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VVhea George D. Pekktice em-gratcd ts? Kentucky
lS |85?, and cmbsrked in a new papor, he opi ned with an
stiele on HtsiR-. Clay, entitled " He is not Fallen "
\Vten this article reached New-England. it elicited from
cm of he nuldcsl Poets of our age the following gloriutis,
by J . r,. WH1TTIIR.
Not FaLLCS ! No.' as well the tall
And pillared Allegarry fall?
As well Ohio's giant tide
Roll backward on its mighty track
As he, Columbia's hope and pride,
The slandered and the sorely tried,
In his triumphant course turn back '
Hk ts not Fallen ! Seek to bind
The chainless and unbidden wind ;
Oppose the torrent's headlong; courso,
And turn aside the whirlwind's force,
Dm deem not that the mighty mind
Will cower before the blast of hate,
Or qnail at dark and causeless ill;
For, though nil else be desolate,
It stoops re>t from his high estate t
A .Marius 'mid the ruins still.
He is not Fallen .' Every breeze
That wanders o'er Columbia's bosom,
From wild I'enobscot's forest-tree*
From ocean shore, from inland stem,
Or where the rich magnolia's blossom
Floats, snow-like, on the sultrv wind,
Is booming onward on his ear,
A homage to his lofty mind?
A meed the fulling never find,
A praise which Patriots only hear.
Star op the West! A million eyes
Are tiirniriir elndly unto him ;
Tbe shrine r fold idolatries
Before bis kindlin? litrht grows dim '
And men awake us from a dream,
Or meteors dazzling to betray;
And bow before his purer beam,
The earnest of n better day.
.All h--ss.il f the hour is hastening on
When, vainly tried by Slander's flame,
Columhin shall behold her son
Unharmed, without a Inurul gone,
As from the flames of Babylon
The angel-gmirderl triad came !
The Slanderer shall be silent then,
His spell sbull leuve the minds of men.
And higher glory wait upon
The Western Patriot's future fume.
[Prepared for tue New- York Tribune.)
'I lie Railway Magazine of Oct. 3U gives the fol?
lowing returns of gome of the most important Lug
lisb Railroad* for one week in October:
yamt. Passengers. Receipts.
Eutern Counties.Ia!92 ?*??!.. $;) 95? 20
Great Wr.tern.2*i 7i3 lu.992.. 6*36130
Grand Junction. 9u4j.. 43 *.:<.'? vtu
London and Binniosbam .. 16,148.. 77,510 40
Ltvernoo! and Mm-cbcstrr.. 4 Ccr5.. 22,4s-1 to
Lotu'oii und llr.ghton. 4342 8,218.. l".C4o 10
London and Greenwich_25?I7 77!).. 3 7:t<? 20
Louden and Itlnckwall.35340 B6tJ.. 3,900 40
Wsn bester A Birnrii chant. 1O.SS0 di2. 1 4J7 60 j
Hidlan: Counties. 9,3ti2 2?"8.. 12.75*40:
Mansbemei sad Leeds. 4.3t6.. 20 *7n sn
Wwth Midland. 4.33L. 20.7t-S sU
lotk nnd .North Midland.. ? 7 ^71 1.05".. 7 94 ? 00
Total .13s,i47 ?a0,a67 $291^0160
The average receipts per mile per week on the
above Railroads, from these returns, is about ]
It's, or $-17:) -10, which on a toad of the New-York
ind l.'rie Railroad. 4-^0 miles, would be $311,580
per week, or $11,067,360 per annum. The total
ixpenses (exclusive of interest,) are estimated ut
4(1 pei cent, of the receipts.
New-York s-tate Canals.?The quantity of
iloiir and wheat delivered from tbe Frie (""anal du
lihg the third week in November, at the places
Gamed below, is us. follows, viz:
Schenectadv 532 bbls. Flour. 1,726 bush.
West Troy J. .-24.299 " 34,960 "
Albany..'._5JM86 " 7.DG4
i From Florida.?Hates from Pilatka to the 17th
b'jve been received at Savannah. The news is de?
cidedly encouraging and is comprised in the follow?
ing letters from the R publican's Correspondents : 1
Fost Pienes, Nov. 11.
Gentlemen?The steamboat Charles Downing,
hat just arrived f.om Fott Lauderdale, and brings
rood news tor nil who wish to leave this land of
fewer*, Capt. Wade and Lieut. Themas of tbe
3d Artillery, with K Company of the same Regi
uiftit. had roturned to Fort Lauderdale from n scout
?nthe Hillsborough, just before the boat left.?
Trev had been exceedingly fortunate?the result
wa? 8 Indians killed (6 of them warriors.) Some
30 neu s of corn, sV:o.. ami several canoes, were de
itroyi d. It is shuI that Sum Jones is on an island
in the Okeechubee with some i? warriors, that he ;
is dettn tnitied tu make stand umI die sooner tlittti
surrender. An Indian guide will show where he
is. Two Companies leave, this afternoon, fur :
Fort Lauderdale, Major Childs accompanying.?
Medoubt nil the troops to be spared from tue posts
?n. the coast will Ii? marched immediately upon:
somu strong hold.
PtLsTKA, Nov. 17
Gentlemen?We have nothing new from the Red
men. It is stated that schooners under the corn
m?nd of Lieut. McLaughlin, belonging to tb.e
Florida Squadron, had come into the Ca-loo-sa
Hatcl.e... wufi the Yellow Fever on board?seme of
use crew bid .bed. It was feared that the troops
*oulJ be innoculated. Sever; fevers have again
broken out tit some of the posts. Yours.
McRDKu in Ltica ?It is seldom that U?ca has
?a*stain of blood marked, upon her fair charac-I
Wt^-and it is with shame thut we are now com- j
r*u>ti topublish to the world that murder has been
Maanued within ber borders. It appears that at
* heuse near John street bridge (occupied bv Tlios.
Durcan, and used for a rum-shop and the entertain?
ment of ail sens of human beings) a fracas oc?
curred on Friday afternoon hut, during whichPat
nek. Mc(.i lire w as thrown down a stau way by Dur
f?*'s wife, ai d then, as he attempted to rise, was
j^ocketi down hii? beaten by Augustiti Calbighan.
??ot2 that time McGuire suffered the most severe
k^'ly Sgoay until Sunday morning at 3 o'clock.
*heiihediH,i. Durcanand bis wile are in custody,
, ' ^e police have not yet been able to arrest Cai
^?ao. [Ctica Objcper
."Or. Wrbfjfr-The Whitx Parly.
Extract ol*a letter from a frf-nileaiau in Springfield, Mats
to one of ink friet'S in this city:
" In previous letters I have neglected to allade
to ' Mr. Webster's position.' I now will say that
I though' th>- articles under that head exceedingly
well-timed, a:.d as clear aad able a vindication as
Mr. Webster nr any other man in similar circum?
stances could desire. I should be glad to know
the author's name. I read the article in The
Tribune of the 5th inst, and was pleased with its
tone and spirit. The Tribune is the only genuine
Whig newspaper that I care to read.
As to your New-York Election, I was net disap?
pointed in its result. Causes, which 1 think are
obvious, have been in operation, tending to the re?
sult actually realized, and in view of which I vas
led to expert no other. Opinions, in the main,
are right all over the country, and have been for
years. The difficulty has been, and is. to get. an
expression of these opinions. I believe that & Iure?"
part of those who stay away from the polls are
conservative in their opinions ; men who think for
themselves, and who rannet, from the constitution
of their minds, adopt ultra measures and opinions,
be they of Whig or Tory origin. When there i.?
unity, consistency aud moderation among the ac?
tive Whigs, or what is cnlled the Whig party, so
that men of moderation ean sympathise with ibem
in their opinions und approve of their measures,
und at the same time respect themselves, then I
think their- will be reason to expect strength and
stability in the ll'hig vote, and a uniform, steuik
adherence to, and prevalence of, true democratic
principles and men. As things note are, men
make a business of polities?a mere game; they
set themselves up us leaders and as cundidutcs foi
high places, with their own personal h'grnndize
nent us the primary, and the vglj'are of the
?ountry as the secondary object. Every tiling is
lone and sacrificed for party. Political honesty
8 consequently scarce, and passion and individual
tneiest have tbe ascendency ovei reason and the
[We do sot concur in all the above. Ed, Tr
The Raisikgop Hemp.?The 1'eoria (III. > He
gistcr ol the 12th, conatins tin interesting artiele
?vitli reference to the culture of Hemp. S?me of tbe
itatements will probably surprise agriculturalists
iot familiar With the subject, but the Register says
be facts advanced are derived from u most authen
ic and reliable source, having been communicated
iy Dr. Barrett of Springfield, in that State, who
ias been fur a long while engaged in the cultiva
ion of this article. The cost of cultivating ten
icres of Hemp is estimated at $ 1G-? 50. The ex
'O^se of each step of tbe jiroceus is given, and the
ihole is presented in detail. It is s'titod that 800
bs. to the acre is^a fair average yield, 1200 having
requently been raised in Kentucky where it [?> u
tuple commodity. This* would give b'80l) lbs tu
be ten acres, which would bring in matket at
>er 100 lbs. (tbe price this year in this City is fror?
;'j 50 to 11 75; in Cincinnati from $f,lo 17. and
n St. Louis from $7 to 8.) $-100; thus giving a
?lear profit on ten acres of land of $237 50.
An estimate is then made of the cost of raising
(Vheat, which is estimated nt $89 50 for ten acres.
Twenty bushels is taken ns un average yield per
acre: so that ten acres, at 50 cents a bushel, (tbe
price at Peoria.) the income would be $100, giving
a net profit of $10 50 on the ten acres. If there
be any foundation for these estimates the culture o!
Hemp must soon attract more attention utnong
tanners than it lias hitherto received.
It will be recollected, too. that at the late Session
if Congress an act was passed highly favorable to
the Hemp interest. Ludet this net purchases of
home-grown Hemp will be made for the Navy for
7 \e-nrs, b_\ the end of which lime the business will
sustain itself mid defy competition froth abroad.?
At present between five im?! six millions of dollars
are paid nruiiially by this country for foreign Hemp,
and the demand if of course to increase w ith the
incraesing wealth, commerce und power of tha
From Iowa 'Territory.?Tt:e following letter
is from the correspondence of yesterday's Express :
War. i lo, Ions Territory. Nov. (i, 18-11.
0 a- summer lias been pleasant, and the health
of our Territory much better tbnn diirim: the two
preceding years. Crops have hrcn tood?so go ul
tlmt cs?rn is selling hereto be shipped at lt> cents
per bushel, oats for IS. wheat 50, and poik nt $2
50 per curt, in exchange for goods at a profit to
the merchant of near 100 percent. This Territo?
ry will be grrut for Agriculture. This county is
scarce 5 years old. Judge of its improvement,
when 1 inform you that there are farms in it baring
some 800 acres under cultivation, and stocked in
proportion. 1 will instance the (arm of Mr. Thomp?
son, w im iias 300 acres ;n corn. 100 acres in w heat,
and iOH in oats, four or five hundred bead of sheep,
and bogs, horses, and cattle in proportion. Corn
will average some 50 or fI0 bushels to tbe acie.?
Wheat und I fits about 40.
Our Legislative Assembly will meet the ensuing
winter nt the new si at of Government, Iowa City,
commencing its session on the first Monday ot next
month, and nmons* the must important business it
will transact, will be tbe tas ins of steps prepara?
tory to admission into the Union us a State.
Narrow Escape.?Below the Lastern Peniten?
tiary on Coates-streat,yesterday, over a dozen men
narrow lv escaped wUh their I'.ves. In grading that
portion of tbe citv, in some place* the earth has
been removed to the depth of twenty feet Be?
tween two of these lofty banks a large number of
masons and laborers were employed in laying a
wall, when suddenly one of the high banks^ gave
way, cnirvui- in its progress a quantity- of Stay?
ing, filling up two-thirds of the crliar. Had it n?t
been for the lumber checking the progress ot the
avalanche of .-artb for u moment, not less than a
dozen men would have been butied bcreath it.
[Philad. N. Amer.
KJ* Died, in Brunswick. 2I$t isst. Mis* Jane
Dunlap. as.-.l 94 years. This need lady was the
dauj;hter of tbe Rev. R ibert Dunlap,the first Min?
ister of Brunswick. Her brother is still living,
upwards of 90 \eurs of ar.e. Neither of the two
was ever married, and they have lived together in
onlv two bouses more than 90 years. The death
of Miss D. was caused by a surere burn, received
as she was engaged ir. her domestic affairs last
week. [Portland Advertiser.
ENGLAND AND CHINA.
We find in the Borion papers notices of a Lec?
ture delivered before li;e Historien! Society on
Pie-day evening; by JoH5 Qnscr Adams npon
the relations of Giear Britain and China in which
the venerable statesman espouses the side of Eng?
land. This view of the subject is a somewhat unu?
sual one and we therefore give the following sketch
of the lecturer's remarks from the Tran-cript t
The present wariike relations between the ? L'ni
ted Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland " and
the "Chinese Empire," was a theme which could
nm fail to interest the great majority of those pre?
sent, even had the discussion of it been delegated
to bands far less able; but, coming as 'lie remarks
did. from one to whose opinions so much deference
i- due fn>m Ids well known ability in matters of
political as well as philosophical relation, every
word he so distinctly uttered and so clearly
enforced, was eagerly dwelt upon with unequalled
attention, and the npplause which his sometime so
deeply sarcastic tones elicited?murmured as it
rather was than uttered,or boisterously expressed?
appeared tbe most heartfelt-and natural, as it was
the must spontaneous expression of grateful admi
ralion which an appreciating- assemolv ever gave.
Contrary, we believe, to the general expectation,
the " Opium Question " having been for a long
while such a bugbear iti the public mind, to the en?
tire exclusii a of almost all other considerations,
the learned b-cturertook sides against the Chinese,
giving in bis first great division of his subject in
the Christian view, the award of just:re to'the
cause in tbe English. His reasons he detailed at
considerable length, his remarks bein? mainlv
founded on the law of love, which he well showed
to be the great bttsi * of the laws of nati ins as in
cbnstian communities they are recognized?w here,
as the Chinese code is based on pure selfishness
alone, nevei recognizing a higher or better princi?
ple in any of their dealings. He here touched off
in a very admirable manner, some of their more
ridiculous pietenai'ins, particularly in their reluct?
ant intercourse w ith the English and other nations.
A rapid, yet very complete und accurate sketch be
al-? gave of tlie pi ogress of that intercourse to the
present time, not excepting the somewhat remark?
able features ot the British Embassy in 17?.4. His
detailed account of this was indeed tb? must in?
teresting feature in the lecture?as pointing to
some ol the more reasonable and probable causes
of the War, remote as they weip, than any that
we have yet ~< en arged. The destruction of the
Tea, lie ?nid, in Boston harbor, bud about as much
to do with causing the Revolution, as the burning
of the Opium bad with the present Chinese Wm :
they botA were merely second cause?. The creator
provocativi s were higher up. Tin- gieat servility
and cringing attitude which civilized Ltirope with
tiie I. .States also,had hitherto held in theii relations
with the Celestial Empire, were commented upon
in tbe justest terms of censure, and the strange
anomal) of an English Euibxssadct prostrating
bimself and touching bis head t<> the ground nine
times in succession, before tue dread Emperar of
China, representative uf n nation whom they pre?
tend to despise, wh? dwelt upon in tones of the se?
verest sarcasm, hardly lessened in effect by that
Embassy's ill success, and the deep anxiety, as ex?
pressed by tbe Emperor through bis high Stute
Officers, lhut the distinguished individuals compos?
ing it, might not suffer in their health by a more
protracted stay in Ins Imperial dominions.
The unfortunate termirntion of subsequent over?
tures was also subject of remark, as illustrating tbe
ignominy and self-disgrace with which the British
intercourse w ith China bad ever been crow ned :
and it was to tlrese that the present rupture was
owing. The English of late years had begun to
feel more poignantly the indignities to which they,
in common with other nations, had so long tamely
submitted. Ihey fur many yeurs had endeavored
to screen their national pride under the name of
the East India Company?n monopoly conferred
upon it few individuals, in whose name much of
the needed subserviency was marie. But' this
-.Mit.Id not do; it was after all only a weak subter?
fuge, and it was the British nation tit large who
were held as the Iminbio supplicants to bis Celes?
tial Highness, whose home was the Flowor of the
We can only embrace in our brief sketch sutne
of the more prominent points of ibis admirable his
torical performance ; and. though the Chinese war
may nt first seem ti subject rather foreign i<> the
wonted course of this particular society?whose
lectures are usually with such happy success de?
voted to tbe elucidation of the history of our own
Country and State?yet, (us .Mr. Adams well re?
marked,) our commercial position does really make
it a matter of the greatest interest to us?Com?
merce being tl.e handmaid of Civilization and
Christianity"; and the question, " what course the
United States ought to take in relation to the mat?
ter." w as made it prominent division of bis subject
in the very commencement of bis address. But
he had found, he said, so much to say regarding
tbe justice of the British cause in the pr-'sent in?
stance, that be felt obliged to claim the indulgence
of his hearers for some other occasion; w hen, it
his life was spared, by the blessing oj God hr
Impel to give this (and other points which be alse
must hurriedly pass by) the earnest attention they
merited. He would only leave to tin- cmsidera
tion of bis audience tbif ntl- ctions which the new s
of the recent ransom of Canton might naturally
.May the slay not be far distant w hen it may again
be our privilege to listen to his matured thoughts
on this interesting subject.
The PittN'CE t>e Joi.vville.? The ball given in
honor of the Bruce de Joinville at Boston proba?
bly came off on \\ ednesduy night. From tbe ex?
tent of the preparations we should judge that it
must have been a magnificent affair. The Prince
arrived at that city on Wednesday morning with
his suite, compos**! of the following gentl-men t
M. Lugcol, Cuptain de Corvette. M. d'Aubigny.
ditto, Count de Montholon. Messieurs de Se.laigra,
Bazin, Boirie, Beileville. Bellebott, Vauge, Dclan
neau. Neils?. Lecontour, and Toia-hard.
The followidg sketch sf his personal appearance
&C. is from the Transcript t
Tbe Prince is about 5 feet 8 inciie? in height,
dark hair and biue eyes?of noble but youthful
countenance?very commanding in his bearing?
frank, intelligent," und inquisitive?more desirous
of obtaining informati n tiian of making a parade.
He was much gratified with the prospect of the
bail, and made'iimtiy inquiries of the Boswn gen?
tlemen abntit our Indies. He bad been informed
that th* Boston ladies were very enchanting. He
expressed a preference for an eatertairiment ot
dancin? and chattin? with ladies to one of toasting,
feasting, and drinking. He visited the Navy \ ard
at 1- o'clock to-day.
Robbing a Grave Yard.?Robert W. Saun
ders and Robert Dobbins nave been recogn'ied to
appear bef"re the Grand Jury at Richmond, \ a.,
to answer for rubbing the grave yard of that place
of ds-ad bodies. One witness testified that Saun
ders told him some time since that he had supplied
one institution with 85 bodies.
I Small Pox at Tahiti.?The small pox has
; been introduced into Tahiti by the American barque
! D-n Qorxotte, and is ext-nding among the natives
!tn that island. The following is an extract front
I a letter received ia Boston, dared
. Taam, July 36,1341.
tine or the sailors-who had been sent 0:1 hoard
ih- Don Quixotte, which arrived here in distress
from Valparaiso, bad taken the small pox on board,
and br eight it or shore, and has di-^1 with it_
Since then two or three native* have broken ou\
and the greatest excitement prevails amon? the
people, and I regret t.) say the whites are worse
that) the nHtires. Many take a very active
pair tn trying to prevent the contagion's spread
intrt but what ran be cone, where tiie sick and well
live as th'-sc people du, smoking from the ?ame
pipe, drinking from the same cup. and sleeping in
tke ?ame apartment '
To instii caution into the minds of these native
is like changing the current of the wind. The I
l'orktown, sleep-of-war, was here last week, and
tho surgeon had some vaccir.e manor, which,
thour-h rathor aged, has taken. To-day, 150 per?
sons have been vaccinated from this matter, and
there is hope that the disease may be abated : still,
so long a time reust elapse eie there can be more I
matter to vaccinate front, th-t we are nil in nlarm.
This -t?te of things is dreadful for trade, as well !
as every thine else, ami there is no end to the ex?
penses of the sickness.
Tou can form no idea of the excitement which
prevails. The disease has never been here before i
ami alarm and consternation are depicted on every
face. A native was discovered yesterdav broken
?nit with it, and. before they could remove him. he !
had escaped out of their reach, and to-day he is
spreading the contagion ali ahout, wherever he mav
be. But in the orT.-ct of vaccination, under God.
mu-t we trust the event.
tine of thst natives hns just been ta.kirijr of the
small pox, and says, before the white men came
here there was no disease or contagion to ily from |
or avoid, which is true. They have not only i
brought among tle-se harmless people this disease,
but nil diseases which result from vice and wick- |
edness ; and, like their white brethren, many pre- j
for the vices to the virtues. There nr.* about
I I.'i (10 natives on this island, and. if the disease
is not checked, nil trade must foil. The French 1
Consul b-Tfl is very much incensed at the English !
ami Americans for introducing the disease onshore,
und, t 1 g tin some private purposes, is trying 10
prejudice tin- natives against us by asking, " Who
are your friends now ?" We liavy lullen upon
1 'Dry ISoeh. It oolilyn, IVesv-Vork.?
Proposals, lor Titulier for lnuM11.tr the
will be received at the Navy Agent's Office, New.York,
ut ti! the Tub day of December, 1841, ngreoably to the
SCHEDULE OF TIMBER.
311 I Piles of Velio*- Pine Timber, 18 im-he? square, ave?
rage length 14 f? t. for maia Dum.
ui Pues of Yellow Pine Timber, II inches square, avc- '
ruga length !l? feet, for main Dam.
?l?s Piles of Y.-llow PineTi nbor. 19 inches -qur.re, ave?
rage length feet, for side Dam*.
725 Pi e. af V.-llow Pine Timber, IS incho.. square,ave?
rage length :iii feel, for Sheet Piling.
t Sei? of Wiling Pieces, for main Dam, of White Oak.
I fant rquire ; total length l,?7ri feet.
?j Sets of Waling Pieces for side Dam-, of White Oak, '
1 foot x ? niches square ; total length 1,070 feet.
58 Cap Timbers of White Pine, 1^ Ceet long and Ifi
14,434 feet, hoard measure, of :t inch While Pine Plunk.
All the aliova Timber for Pi:e? *o ba of good sound Ye|- 1
low or Hard Pine, free from large knots and shikos, and I
suitunble for grooving anil driving as .--hint Piling. Two
of the apposite ends of each jnla to be sawed or hewed
straight and parallel, and a third side to he sawed or
hewed straight nnd square with the other two. Tro
fourth face to be hewed or sawed nearly parallel with the
opposite side, so n? not to deviate more than one inch in
tun width of the pile. The dimensions to be as follows :
thc'fir-t named 3C4 Piles to be of lengths varying from 42 i
to 4s) fee:, and to average at least 4i feet; tlip thickness,
.measured ou the parallel edges, te ba not less than 11 nor
greater Ih is Id inch.?, to average ubouv 15, and the width
not less than Hi inches.
The -ccoiid lot tof 1?4 Piles) to vary is length from 34
to ir, averaging not I. si (hau V, fee I; the thickness on
the parallel edges not less than 12 nor mir. thaa 15 niche.,
and ihe width not less than 14 inche?.
The third lot (of 45i Piles) to vary in leugih from .'6 to
48, averaging 39 feet; iho thickness ou the psral.eleJgc
not less ih.oi 11 nor more than 13, to average 1- inches .
ami the width not leas than 12 inches.
The fonrili lot (of 785 Pile.-) lo vary in length from M
to 3s\ averaging 'M feel; the thickness on the parallel
ei'gej to be no; less ihau II nor more tlisn 11. to average
I- niche- ; an I the v;i,ltli not lo<? than \i inches.
TV- String or W sling Pieces for the main Dam to be
of good, sound, straight White Oak Timber, hewed or
sawed, I- inches square, and m leug'.b varying fruiu 23
Tho whole amount furnish.' 1 to bo 1 ?7il lineal feet
The Waling Pieces for the side Dums to be 12 by !
icches, hewed oi s:i~ej square, of good, sound, straight
Whit, dak Timber, and in lengths varying ironi 35 to 35 [
Icet?the whole amount furnish sd to be 1,070 lineal f- et.
The 52 Caps to be of good, sound Wime Pine Timber,
free from shakes and large knots, hewed or sawed straight
lb inch '* square and Vi feet long.
The Plank to he of White Pine, round, straight and
square edged, free from I irge hosts. It inches in thickness, j
and ui lengths not less than i"> lect?umount 14,434 feel,
All die above Timber tn.l plunk to be delivered on suca
wharf or wharves wiUia t'-e U. S. Navy Yard. N. Y. as
may be designated, aid subject to the mspectkm 0"d ap?
proval of such person as raav be selected by the Engineer
One fourth of the Y'cllow or Bard Piue to be dc'ivered be
fore the 25th day of January, 1349 j one-fourth before the j
25:b of February, a:.d the remaining half before the iith
of April. IS42. The Timber for the mnm and ?nie Dims |
and Sheet Pilings to be delivered in the following order,
1st. The Timber for the Msib Dam.
3d. " " " ' Side Dams.
31 " '* " " Sheet Pilings.
The Oak Waling pwees to be delivrre ', ou or before the
first dav of April, and the While Piue Tia-bcr and Plank
before ibe 15 h of April. 1842.
Tre rm lit reserved to receive a less portion thin an of?
fer may embrace, and proposals will be received for any
ROBERT C. WETMORE. Navy Agent.
Natt Agent's 0?fue, New-Turk, Nov. :ia. Ia34l.
XT NOTE.?The lime of delivery of the above timber
is extend? 1 as fo'cows :
The tir-t foarlh. on 25th February.
Tke -eeotid fourth, on 20th March.
The remainder on Is: Mav.
Ort- r- r- ro ved uuti! 2->:h December, which must -tale
the price per cubic f.iot, or running Ool, as the rase may?
be, and should stale whether sawed, counter hewed, or
rough hewed, is offered.
ROBERT C. WETMORE Navy Agent.
Navy Agent's OiSce. New-York, Nov.25th, le4L
Th? respective p^ptrs paritrshrng the ti . Oer will add
this no e._ _P-? 3tawtD24
Pi Ki IH EAR NOTIC?i?P rsor-wi.hoig
to buv. sei: o- exchange farm-, ur real e-late cl ?ny
kind, in lie city or country, will rind a prompt andstfi
ci< gent in 3. bENSON, No. I Ann St.
Also. Losns stfecteu on ci.y property, at I An- st.
D?>t IBTXnXJ BUI-LOINK STONEe-T: e
Subscriber will dehver ca board of vessels at th
Pn:oc Dock, Deck Stcae fu- 15 cents per ton, axd Martie
Building Stone for 2s 6d par tan.
State* Prison. Morni Plaasanu Juc-? 9, 1542.
?12 s> n. L. SPVmOlia. agent.
?xTD'9 BLEA4rUllVG POXYDEK ?
100 casks Boyd's celebrated Biea-jtng Powder, just
received and for sale by
jya PERSSE A BROOKS,Cl Uberty-st
\Ett VAS.I. go0dm,?ALFRED SMITH
- " Merchant Tatior, No. lite' Fultea-st. would inviie kit
friends and the puMic. to c-ojl and examine his stuck of
I ew Fall floods, con-istin;: oft'loth-. t"a.??imeres and Vest,
hip salted to the fall trade. IJeutl-raen leaving their or?
der? may rely coon their b.-icz fulfilled lathe most salis
f i inr: rr.zzsrr. Term- moderate?Cash on delivenr. ?2 tf
j hlVli PKICE MI'OKh'-H'u'jKi.'u wishing to
v/ parchare r->od ehe?,? Closhm?-, would do well 10 call
.: 13.'- Chatham street; where they can find garments at
the following pnc;s: I
Cloth Coats. iJ 10 JIJ; Cloth Jackei?, V to fS; Sara?
cen Pants. $1.75 to $_.7.): Cloth Pact-$3 to $4.30.
?liji"!_JACOB COOS WELL. !
( IHEJlP CAKPET M OKK.-I
\ I-r offers for saleaaew aiid splendid assortment of
3-,.|y 3ru?- .??'.fine ao.l superfine lucraiu Carpenug. Oii
r!<nn. !'.vc. M?tr;. Hatting;with ail other articles con?
nected -rtt.-: the business, cheaper taar. can be bought at any
otJicr store in tho city. Persons from the country or cuv
wishing to p ircaase wfll tied it much to their advantage to
call l^-tor" p urchasuig elsewhere, at ;7 Canal-street, south
tide, near Broad way. DANIEL M. WILCOX. an273m
!> APPI.ETOM'si CASH TAILORING IS
tis rAI L1SHMENT, ?4 Is rand, corner of A torney
strcet ?Th.- subscriber respeetfullf informs his friends, ,
a?d the public generally, that he mo'ioue. :o make f.ir
raeiit- to order, in any style of fashion to tail his cu. on?
ers' tastes. A good lit ami the best or workmanship nay
at all times be relied on. Gentlemen preierring furm-h
tag tb.-ir own materials, will fi d it to their interest to
Cive him a cad. Punctuality in all cases strictly observed.
Cure - in sV-ute. " ;.j5i,n
~ '<? '? 4s K Pl'BI,HV-l. -v M. .-: ItKtiw\. ir,|
"Thalham .t. :,re sciuu? lnkr.,iu Carpets at 3i 6d, 4s,
6s j>ei yard.
Those in ?? aat of Carpers would do well to call and ex?
amine tor themselves, a* rrtev will save at least 23 per ci.
by purehasii s at the subscribers.
N H. All articles eoaneetcd wttb the Carpet business
elling in ti.e -a...,r proportion; Also, remnants of Oil
Cloth, siiit.-.ble for nutting under Stoves -elling at Direst
to -uit the times._ ?17 sjn|
DAGl bRBSOTTPfi l.IKE\?>i<>KS,
Of Children ? hon ?0 love, and P irenis we revcra.
Si curt tht Shaih.it trt it* Sakntanrr fadtt.
Taken ?ifr th-' plan discovered bs M?ns. Baguerre by
M. TILLERS. M. V ..
No 933 Broadway, facing the Park,) New.York.
Fron u A. M. to 4 P. M. daily. Sundays excepted.
Taken in Fair. Cloudy, and even in Stormy Weather,
lastronenti furnished, and Pupils taucht with his late
T< rmsi moderate Or Cnab. a'- tf
J. B. SWAIN,
B(X>K l.VD JOB PRINTER,
jc-W Wo. 16 John-sc?Third Story, Ncw-Tork. tf 1
V ! N C K N T L. DILL'S
9 T E o t v -p k s- <> r iv jj k v.
So t-J- Kultnti-.urn.iirtti smrvi 'sew-Ynrk. tell I
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
o.1.1 tf v K \v Yd R K .
DUT4 HSR, iU:Vi?!,?.s A PLATT,
attorneys, Solieiters an. Coiinsfliors.
Office No. 81, 84, i ?- ( Sixer* Dcreuss
Here ant Ex bange ? lfw"* orst.> j ^ RktsolMi
Wall-street. S n27-tr 10. H. Pt.srr.
EN <; K A V I NG ON W OO I) .
Oc.ne in the neatest manner, che iplv and sxpeditloasl*
?t tse orricz or thu new world. 30 ajsh-stsskt,
Its TIAF.K 13.4J?T.
Apply to tli-s Publisher of ihe New World. airJI tf
c~sa a t% ku ? et cludius,
(sccccssor to ceo. rcuscrjKR,)
kTANlTFACTUREtt OP PAPER BOXES, 197 William
-'* street,oferery possible shape,stylo,and variety,for
the use of any Hoeof business ; constantly on baud a large
assortment of Square Boxes, plaiu and fsucy, single, and
In sou; r.lso
by the hale or cost
(ientiine tiernintt Cologua Water Inorted, ami for sale
at a vrrv l**w jince. ?U :1m*
i YZl Ii. VII.LiERtt, Dental Surgeon. S5 v:?r-'
\J experience?The original inventor of the best kiods
of Trnuslucent Mineral Teeth, intr i<luc-il to ih" public
in 1'T. Dr. II. V. performs every operation in his.pro
fessioo at one Hunt less tiiiin is charged elsewhere in tin'
city; lie hopes his loos med Bnd well known abilities in
i very department of ins profession will be asuflieisst
IURranly< Residence r?m ived to 'J'Xl Itron w:iy. opps)
-ire tin I'.irk. Pupils tiutriit Mechanical Dentistry. K>es
three-fourth.reduced. Term* cash. nl-tf
M.\% S,5rfiT,ii.\.%T7J? ?t I ?HItSj; KSi" ?S . i i UMl
i MISSION WAREHOUSE, No. 1)1 Liberty-street-?
Printing, Lithographie, asd Colored Papers in all their
varieties, made to orderofany quaUts from cOBLnon News,
to the S". st Bc.uk papier made in the country, :it the fair
"furket urio?, !r>uii the. very superior mills of Messrs. A
C. and W. Curtii Boston, and W. 4 M. Curtis, RellviHe
N. J and IVonsevi ral othermanui?crnrera, havmc the be* 1
of machinery. Ail orders thankfully received und promp
Iv executed. miT li.n RDWARO CITims. Arnn
IVTOTICK.?Tfie public is respectfully invited to call
.i st ihe uffieeol the London and American Patent Wa
ter-proof Company, No. 106 Fulton street. New Y"rk. ?
where all Garments and every description of Cloths, .
Leather, dee are made impervious to wet, so that ihe
wearer nai bid defiance to ram. snow or dump, wtuic the
ap; earsncn or t ?tum of the articl- ? is notcbanfee ill ihe
?lifhteat dearee and the pores of the goods being still 1
open, p'-r-pirstion will.freely escape. Those who vslue
t!icir!.-: Ith >vi I to well to call. All Goods prepared by
Iiis Company are wsrrsnted *atrr proof.
For each Overcoat.*l 50
Dress Coat. 1
Pant*. 1 08
Broad Cloths, p?r yard. 50
Csssinsrss, " ". 55
Cot rn neil Silk Goods from 3 to 19 ry. pr yd
Bool:-. ."?i per pair
Sh.i.v, of Cloth oi Leather. .17$ per pair
Also, !*???.(? any be hsd ;.t the office for water proving
Boot- Stioes and Leather, at 50 tents per box.
P.S. ForPateul Rights and Agencies apply to F. B.
It.sers. or auv of the Company's Oi?cr?.
o?fl In WM. j. SPENCE, Agent
rior.8U5iPTiors AIVB livhk (oh
V Pl.te.'VT-1 eeetifr that Or. K. I). ALLEN'S
Ual-n:n of Horehound, Pleurisy R?.?t has rs-tore.l me to
health, :? It.-r ?ntr.-rtne -ix years fron Liver ConplainU?
For twoyears previous to takinc die Balsam uiylunrshsd
also become .Tf^ct. d .-that decree nj pa?' nan believed
me laboring under pulmonary coaeomptiots. To the won?
derful ? rt et of Dr. Allen's Balsam. I owe my recovery.
JOHN T ROCKWELL, B.klyn.
IKlltai SI.F.?What i. raw.- ili-lressing than 'o .ee'our
f-llow crenurcs cat ?.rT bv c?n?nmpimu when Or Allen's
Balsam is a perfect cure. Ohl try this never failing re
mi dv. It will save your life.
TICKLING ia the ihrost and hacking cough arectrtain
signs of coEsomption. Dr. Alleu's Balsan is the on y j
medicine lb t can cure.
BLEEDING from the Lumr??No dis'a-e more .langer
one end no remedy .o etf-e>?a| ?? Dr Alien s Ba'saw of ;
Hoiihcn .i I ivsrwortaad Rleariss Root
OI PKK.-SI >N AVI? fttiRFNLSS Df THE rPIEST
Coi -an lUonand LiverConiplal?te-Drs K D. Alex's iial
of H rebound, Liverwort and Pleurisy Root his no i
equ ii lu lbs known w.irld for tr.e cure of the ab.iv? dis
,a-e?. Its re-a atior, is spreadinr far and wide, sod
lbs demand for it beyond precedent. Physicians are
universally preset bins it t ? their patients with the most
a.?toni-hi=j ben- fit. Be -are to ret ihe genuinss. Observe
lbs eertiGcau of c ipyright on the label an^ wrar>< er._
ScW corner Broadway and Grand-St, by E. M. GUION
j and Be P-arc'ay St._lm
Fujj j.Ii-.a* in the upper part of the citvasd West
of Fi roadway, desiroas cf being .erved with the orit
Lnsl Humbert's Bread fr:.m -i James-street.cau be accom
atodsted by leav'Bg/thoir sdsireai at -71 Hudron-street.
towereoraar of K ur or ai Keeeher. n'il tw
i_ 4 > rub mil House, K.irclu--?t. .MISS
TRAVER acl MRS t-iiss reapeetfuily u form their
fr.euds an- ihe public th it they have uken the we I
i know a OasHiM Hi.cse. hitherto k-pt hy Mr. R.Go?s
who rastiresO and aaviag put it in excellent condition
for the wtater, are prepar-,1 to accon.m>:ate u few ?iure
permanerit Boirdr'rs ?Ith Parlors or Bedrooms only on
? reasonable terms. TneirTa^le will he supplied wiih the
bsssi Vegetsbtes. F'jtt-. Ac tnst the markers of our City
arTarsts; while those who prefer quiet, -imp!" and natur-l
' livinr ai.d an atmosphere untainted by the od rs ef Alco
I Sol and Tobicco. will find h?re an a;reeat'le Home.
Trassieat B.ixr>l?T., or persoas visiunr lhaCitfr**}'
1 rnmmnd lied on reasonable tertes. _ " '
K,?j.a.f.l> A.-v it Vi. i : f. ?**
AFIRST HATE artktlaof R-!led aad ?'"
aiway, at fouml at JAMES G. MOFFET, f rVsres
street. mrWootter st the lowest ?arke^c"-.4 .<
CLBD FOOLSCAP PAPeE ot
AIME Ruled Cap. ^'1^ BROOKS.
No. 61 Liberty street.
w a n t s.
U AXTKU.-H, , V-ui* man who has had levers
>'"* mercantile business. , JltMt.on
. Tm r? V ^o'A'" C"-*- ?W '"?res. ?V.
given P E,chMC*- "* ??--W. City rrf.reuce
I -_mS4 3v
VV ?1 r F ?? !t?B*-W"tod 1 r?atioa .? w.t cu'r?,
Jill " . , * ?vouaf wo,n"- Wlli> ? f"*b irfu: ,,f
milk and well recommended. Apply st 73J iJre-nw.-r.
U'AN I E P?Sitaarieas for good Protestant servants
at the American Office, 5<4 Brsadway.
? A'A N TK I* ? S B'yol j"c*i morais. a?oul I? years
vv ofaga to learn the Book-binding boameaa. s>Ue.
who co board wi.h bis paresis will be preferred Apply
at 13 Ann street. _ wlb?"
L^A 71 3 I, I E M 1:1 be ? ipplied wub the best of ?er
a rants, lor c-ty and country, and st the ?bortest no
lice, at 50 Ea*t Broadway. n." Ira
n<> AttO ?Y ANT ED?Bj h man aad his three
children in a plain private latuily.oue room wits a
tire place wanted, ami the occupan.s will furnish iL Ad
liresj A. a: tnis office, ?latutg wnere an taterview may be
BOA KOS.Mi.- F
ma' be had in * private family, ? here there ares few
select boar lern of quiet habits. House ? ml apartments
very desirable: location deligSiful. No. lul East Broad?
way, n > Si'
Bo ik!) WANTED?A comfortable room, ?itb
board, in a pl**?snt family, is wanted by a sing'e
gentleman, in the riciaity of, or between Tomr'ni* ?quere
and avenue ?. Relerrn es green and requited. Ad?
dress S.. J isn. box '-I upiw-r [ o?t office. nl t tf
I) having fitted up the large and romnemlioaa hou.-e a
the corner of Htw.r 1 au.l E ? streets, only oue block,
from Broad way, where gentlemen can haic gr->.i board
and pleasant rooms for $2 5" p*r week ; also gentlemen
? nd their wives on reasonable terms, by applying at No.!*
Howard -ireei. enutm t ill Elm. n9 I in"
r? U 4 K O A NO KOO Tl M Bay bo obtained iu a prl ?
I? rate family by spplyuig at 20r> Hudson-si. jrT-?f
B*e A RD.-A gentleman and his bad) an.; a slag e ui -
dividual caa have ; biuird in a private lamO) .
nhere th -re are hut few boarders, in a desirable ?nualiou
icar St. Luke's Cbureb, 385 Hudsou sC by calling nas ???
Ifately. . n?i 6*
?saV WOK WAll-: OK tXl MAM.K -Iv"7
jQ^Hottsea ai d Lota in fi e. well located, for s de, or w,l I
'?? cxcbnHge.t for good vacu. Idiots. The propenv otTered
s geo.l ami well let. and if exchanged for v scant Iota,
bejf iuu-1 be west of Broadway and not hifucr up ihau
:M - re.-t. Address A It. at this office. i.ll -'w
?rda BOOItlS TO I.KT-tr.n and bed-rooos
t ilt with closet*, psnt-ies *e. suitable for a small! Uta;,
Iiso, one large room, eatraordlnarily well lighted, sous
ile for a work?hop. Inquire on the premise* of
- s. :f JOHN LOCKE, in rear ..f W Anu^t.
ahm, FOB SAEaE OK EXCHAMsB -A
S?Cnuntry Seat, 10 miles from the City, l-caled in
im ens County, L. I. containing upwards of 50 acres of
.r.t rate laud. The buildings are one doable house, mo?
lern fini-li. ?Ith gnitr?. marble mantles, oldiug-.loors,
fee., extra ait. hen; also, 9 large barns, wagou house, ear
?mg ? house, shop, granary, poultry house and yard, ico
ion-e. wild all other conveun net's nei es.arv for a large
family. Th" fruit is of the be?l kind and in nvnry variety:
ipplea, ehernes, Ac ui abundance.
A lame amount of the money raay rntnnis on hood and
nortgagej or Brooklvn or New-York eitv property would
re taken ui exchange. Address L. M.S. at this office.
II AK4? AI.NSt ! IIAK4. tlVSI- For
ale or exchange. Id tracts of handsome Land, con
'taining 133 acres each, soil of a superior quality,
wntered willi lir.e ?ireauis. aad covered ? Ith fine umber.
inch as while . ak. hickory, bench, walnut, maple and
.yearn.ire The soil is ad..pie.I i . wheat, ryo corn, oat-,
mtton, tobacco, sweet nml Irish potatoes. Tho above
laud, will be sold at reduced pries*, ami on terms lu
.ait. or they will be exchange, lor almost any kind ?
merchandize. I'nr map-, diagrams mid particulars, apply
to .-.Ml I'll A 1 I RNKK. In John ?trect. up ..sr. ul tf
fvr*, Fosi sah:, tut k\?ti i.Ni?ic for
Merchandise, l/.'To acr.f eaeeheat fhrmlajr
LAND in the Slate of Peansylsaaia, near the town
il t; uton, an,I within 19 hours' rule of this city ; m a very
healthy and llouri*liing ririglihorliood. anil wntered, and
heavily and valuably timbered The s.vmo is free anj
ele ,r of all incumbranee. Title indispuiabla. The whole
ar any p..rt will Ins d sp,,scd of low for cash. Dry goods,
hardware or any kind nf salable merchandise, will be ta
aea nl s fair price in exchange. Inquire of
JvMl.s L.C1IEESEMAN, IDS Eront-sL,
nlT -'.v* Up stair* .
gj^ t'AK.tl as'OC. as A I.K, or Exchange for City
^V** Property?A Farm in Queens County, L. L, ooa
i miog betwi en SO und 80 acres of fir?t rale Lund,
in a high stain of cultivation. Tho Dwelling and tlu:
hoitaos are all new end in lir-t rato order, with a neVCs>
failiug well of goad wati'r, apple orchard, Ac. The dis
Unce is nine miles from New-York. The above pro^srty
will be -old or exchanged for city properly, ami posses?
sion given immediately. Address L. M. S. at ihis office.
I .v:;o buokeko AM) EXOHANOE OF
' i FICR, 16 Joh.i ?t.? Eor sale houses, lots, farms, wild
land -v e Also, money pro urod on bond snd mortgages,
rents, notes and accounts collected with punctuality.
A. P Stil I'll.
i. ) .J A. WHirMottE.
IVO g'e?.'??.?If Mr. J?OAH ZErsTZ or Mrs. KA
il CHI I. ZKNTZ should call at the office nf the sub
s nher-, Intelligence will be communicated to them which
ari l prove to ihmr advaataae
i5ra OKINVEI.L. MINIVKN * CO.. 7J Somh si.
? ' ! Mit' TI'ITIOci. -VMI.I.ItM i'T.AsE. Pro
.15 fessorand Teacher of the Piano Forte, Organ and
3iogisg, respectfully informs the young nntieasea of this
city that In- ha* fitted up a room in hi* Music Saloon, No.
TOO Broadway, and is ready to commence giving lessons
ui the I'iimio Forte und in Sn ging edier \x the day limn
ar evening. Gentlemen wi?hmg to commence w.|| please
la make application at Iba Mu?ic Saloon, No.700 Broad
*? ly, 12d door from Ponrth-st.) Terms moderate. ol4 tf
PATENT ACTION PIANO
Fl 'It l i.s -Purch .-"rs ?rid the public gen
ally a-o invited to call ami examine the
lue as so iment of Pianos now n^uning at No. I j-i Pearl -t.
iy. stair*, from the celebrated m inufactory of Lemuol flil
The msnufactarer liss recontly patented an iniprove
nent in the action of these instruments, which secures a
luicknes* of touch, and power and beaaly of toLO, truly
A* tin *e instruments are warranted. I'o-y may wi'h eon
iJer.ee be recommended io nil lover* of th..* beautiful ami
nor aaiogly popular article of fu-uitare.
n'.-, in. y It EE-1 A F. HILL. Ageni?, l:M Pearls?.
a-aoiVl^-W-? 711??^ At ?;i'mta KROWNK,
ij^n?-V^!?|c .::.|-.? and Pr fe ?or of Music, and
fit' ! N eachoroflbe Piauo Forte, Organ, Sling
nig and Coiupo-itio.i, ?t-hr-s to acquaint the Ladies nf
Si w i i rk iv .in her i eceut arrival in this cuy, and thai
.he witl give lesson* at the residence <>f h?r pupil., or ai
he HOUSK of her falh-r, D, S.Browne, Prof.ssorof
Music 700 Broadway, where all h'-r Compositions are for
??de. Miss Browne ?iii give finishing lessons as nseeE
i lommands left ;i th'- Mu-icSiom of Hewitt A Jscqavea
lt9I)readway, also attended to. nlO Im
},HII'M)-A C'dl Co nner, wirb Chain nltacheali
which the owner can have by proving propo-'tv nn 1
navinr for this sdvertisemant. Apply >o D. H BUKT
LETT, No. 19 Third Avenue, corner of St. Mark'* Pl ico.
Ail is; svj.sk *sa i.K.?-in* bie r ,f . Doctor
nse. Enquire st John Ryker's ''arrug* Establish
ueot. 1-5 Leonard >lreet. _ n25 lw"
DR. Mt Ml .W S
Fa T. I X I It 0 F 0 P I ? M .
VNEW chemical (ireparatinn of Opium, embracing all
the valuaole ?ediciaal properties of Opium le the
sxclssion of those which are deletCrioOS and useless. The
l?^rpbin?Codein and Nareeia in combination with the
aative Mecoaie Acid, are aM retained in their original
purity, ued h< nee the superiority of tin* preparal'on. It
is mueb preferable to every other form of opiate, such as
l.aM.laiiura Paregoric, Morphine, D-marcotized Lauda?
num, Ac. Ac, a. his been fully proved anJ duly ac?
knowledged by the aiost eminent surgeoaa, physicians
nid cbem?ts. It.. use is not followed by any of the disa
rreeabte e-T.-. t- winch invariably attend the ordinary pre
p ira-.ioii? ef Ool-ta, such as constipation, headache, tre
.: rs, nausea and vou lieg, but it may be taken in sulfi
eient doses to a! ay alt aanteiinp;, with perfect safety and
? luccess. For farther partrular?. of its triaL* iu
hospitals. Ac see directions with the medicine.
The Trade supplied at the lowest puces, by A. B. A D.
Sands, 7'J and IM Fulton-*'., N. V.
Retailed by D. Sands A Co. 77 East Brosdway. by
Rufc'ntnn A Aapmwail, by Dr. Chilton. itti Broadway, by
-. II. Ri; g. till Broadway, by CoddingtOB, 997 Hudsou
? t.. by Church's Di-pr nsary, 1A8 Spring st-, and by all
Druggists iu the city aad country. ,'
V, ee ?>:, ,-enrs.
MO ALL la A KO KIN 4J under the Iniluei.zv o
i c.immoa sWe Thro -t. or ftaio-vy Sore Tbro.it-You
s*n . btaio an ar-.clc which will make a perfect cure ,n a
few hours. Sold on-y at 57* Howery. nl23meod
a A Y D ? >r ss F B E W11' ?1 ss T K E I> PE.m
! 1 tue Ute Fair of me American lns-.,.ute a Silver
V Medal was avrarfad to/oslah Havde? for h.s -ope
nor Ame-icn P ns. It i* now eooce/ded that Hayde.n'a
P L are renal to the best and bett-r than. mo*t of those
?P-.rt.~i Tlo pn? .? much le-.. and tko trade, find it
dj a laceon to deal 1? them. Cou.umers^ also will find
ka ? i.liiv e,jri.il 10 their exoecutions. sale to the
hy EDVV. J. ENO % itt-st. nI7
rilAKE NOTIt'E.?SCUTT A BELL hivera
1 reu d from auction a large assortment of Dry Good*,
onsi'ting of a general ns-ortment of Hst Silks, crrdsd
ted plain; Merinos Flin*e|s, Velvets, Silks, Satinets,
', - m-re. Hosiery and Cloves of any ?ort* and sizes,
,:| r.f whicn they req iesttheir customers to call and view
il the.r .lore No. - '"J Spring sr. u*-! Iw*
to ?IN warwick, Sweep Smelter and Re
? t fin r in geueral. No. 17 John-street, New York.
Purchaser of Jeweler's and Silversmith's Polu-hings,
Pumicing*, LeaielD, Psrting Bar*. Coarse 8ilver Bsral
Uce, Gilt and plated Metals, Bookbinder's Rags, Ac *u