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York . ti<o. L. Curry Si Co., It ". Rroad?ay.
Tliirtv-foar stnrzae are all of the Poem con
taT.ed in this neat, modestly issued volume. It
will therefore stand some chance of beinj? rend ;
I and we believe its reuder* will join in our hope
I that the nuthor, whoever he mny be, will " pursue
the subject" us he hints he may be induced to do.
Wakondah?the Great Spirit of the Indians of the
Rock* .Mountain, is represented us surveying the
woods, sttrarns nn<i hunting ground* he created and
riled so long, und beholding with majestic sadness
the approaches of
" The rude.
Remorseless, vengeful foes of natural blood
And wood-born strength reared up around the maze
Ol" forest walks?jI" utiiinprisontd ways?"
Ho laments the departure of his power, Itovri his
bead in gloomy sorrow, and thus this part of the
Poem leaves him. We quote n single stanza which
will show the spirit of the whole :?
" And yet, O Hod ! I dare to ask of thee
Pardon ftwl palmy i|?ys for this dear land ;
The ;.'!ory of thy Sun, thy shadowing hand,
III mercy spread abroad from sea to sea,
'fliat all its wide vast empire so may be,
From loud Atlantic unto Oregon
An "N> of power, and never to be won
Noryielded up, a home ana fortress to the Free !"
(CT Blackwood foi .November has just be n
issued by Mrs. .Mason. The leading atticle is ft
most vivid and powerful sketch of European His?
tory during the career of Napoleon. The male?
dictions showered upon the great Conqueror's
head are almost enough to rouse hioifrntn his new
faund grtiva: the writer says that candidly he
?thinks him the nearest approach to a fiend thut
aver sat on a throne on the surface of the earth.'
.Ma;a for the month is a CHj.it?! number.
.Mrs. Mason has also published Bentley'a Mis
cellany and the Metropolitan f?.r November.
The Malkk Ai>hkl.?The Baltimore American
states that the witnesses for tht United States in
the case of the .Ma ek Adhel have readied Bulti
mnre, arid the trial will probably l?c com luded this
?eck. The points to be decided are: L. Whether
a vessel fitted oat for nn innocent purpose, and
owned by citizens of the United States, winch shall
be used by hot master und crew in piratical aggres?
sions, the owner* continuing innocent, is liable to
prosecution, under the uct of Congress of March 3,
1819. *-'. W hether the vessel was an armed vcs
kd wiil in the meaning of the act of Congress.
3. Whe ther, und.-i the same circumstances, if the
i..sei i- so responsible, the cargo is also subject
io condemnation, either endei the same act of
Congress or bj the laws of nations.
Barbarism at Home.?At a recent session of
the Court of .Newcastle county, in Delaware,
several persons committed of larceny wete sen?
tenced to receive twenty-one lashes on the bare
back. Cine inun plead guilty t<> three indictments,
mid was sentenced to receive twenty-one lushes
foi euch indictment. But the most extraordinary j
of ull is the following) which we copy from the
" A young uirl, [dead guilty on ten different in
dictments for larceny. Sentenced to pay two-fold
value of goods stolen to the owners, to worn ten
T's on lirr oilier garment, and lo receive twenty
one lashes on the bate hack, well iatd on, in each
case, making -10 in all. Ami this on u woman, a
very gentle looking young girl' tied up to a post,
hei nuked body eposed to the guze ot a lascivious
crowd?strip, d und scored .'
It is said that the- Governor at the intercession
of the officers of the court and others, will pardon
tho girl. It is a disgrace to the Stute that such a
law shotiid remain on her stump book.
Singular Discovkrt.?George Moore, the D.
S. Consul ut Trieste, has written to the Corres?
ponding Secretary of the National Institution, an?
nouncing the discovery of a river in the immediate
neighborhood of Trieste, and hut a short distance
from the highway to Vienna. Ha says :
'? \r about nine miles in n direct line lo the east
of Trieste, the small river ' Kecca' enters and dis?
appears in the Grotto of St. Cautien. At about I
eleven miles in a direct line to the north-west of I
Trieste, and precisely where the Highlands termi- ;
nute, the river 'Timnvo' gushes out from the
rocks, is nuvijable almost to its source, and, at the '
distance of about a quarter of a mile, eaters the sea."
The newly discovered river is about nine bun- ,
<lred feet beneath the surface of the earth, and is a
much larger body of water than the ' Recca,'
though then* is no doubt but that it forms part oi
tin newly discovored river.
VsRMOST As TLUM s/OR THK ISSAHZ.?The
Fifth Annual Report of the Trustees of the Ver?
mont Asylum of the Insane, made Oct. 2Sth, 1S41.
states that the Vermont Asylum whs iri?titut?d tire
years since, and that it has been highly successful.
During the last year, there have been 165 patients. :
of whom ?19 were from the State oi New-York.
Seventy patient* were discharged during the year, j
of whom 41 were recovered. The expenses of I
the Institution for the year were $i l,?<y ; income
from boarding patients, $11.830. The Asvlcni is
situated at Brattleboro'.
CtTBIOUS.?The Louisville Gazette pome lime
since mentioned that a child playing in a garden
in that city, found a silver plate, in every respect,
the inscription and all, similar to one winced in the
centre nf a beautiful table and presented to Daniel
Webster by the citizen* of Buffalo, in 1833. .Mr.
Webster in a letter to the tditor of the Butfalo
Advertiser, says that the plate received i* still in
bis house. It is singular that a perfect copy should
t?8 found in Louisville.
EX" The U. S. ship ol" war North Carolina was
towed by two steamboats, yesterday forxitiooa, into
winter ipuariers at the Navy Yard.
Losu Island Railkwad.?The trains upon this
road ran lueir regular tops through the storm, on
Monday, performing the distance of 168 miles, in
about tb- usual time. The snow upon the Hemp
stead Plains was dtified in some places lour feet
BY GREELEY & McELI
fBHJB <>!*E ?J?HPI\
Thr ?;foi'[,in <ontrov*r><y.
The Pre-s of iate. has commented very freely,
; upon an alleged diuiculty existing between the
Executives <jf Georgia and New-York, growing out
of the refu?nl of the latter to surrender a fugitive
from justice. In Governor McDonald's mes?
sage to the Legislature of Georgia on the 2d *f
Nov. lie says:
" In April last, John Grecanian, otherwise called
Alanson Greenman, stole a negra woman, the slave
of .Robert VV. Fiourony, and escaped to the State of
?w-iork. An atlidavit of the fact was made by
; Mr. Flourn which, after the authentication re
rpiired by the art of Congress, was transmitted to the
Governor of New-York, with a demand for his arrest
and delivery to Frederick Huntington, who con?
stituted the agent uf tins State to receive him. Al
ttojugh the affidavit charging the offence is positive
and unequivocal, eoninniiing in all respects to the
act of Congre-a, the Governor of New-York lias de?
manded proof of the facts and circumstances of the
case before he will order the arrest and surrender
tlie fugitive. This proof, although entirely conve?
nient, 1 declined procuring, end was fully satisfied
that I hod complied witn the. letter and spirit of the
Constitution and act of Congress.''
Being ut Albany very recently, we inquired of
Governor Seward the particulars of ibis case;
aad he, very cheerfully, permitted us to read tbo
whole of his correspondence with tbe Executive
of Georgia on tins interesting and amusing sub?
ject. Deeply impressed as we ever have been, in
tejard to the importance of respecting th<- ?? pe?
culiar institutions" of the South, it is unnecessary
tor us to assure our readers that we s.vull never be
lound advocating or defending Abolition senti?
ments. At the snme time, however, that we shah
always endeavor to inculcate a due regard to the
obligations imposed upon the free State-, of n -
speeling the institutions of the South, we .-hall ne?
ver ut'empl to defend the authorities of t.'i^- South
in urrogatiriir to themselves any " constructive
rights" not very clearly warranted by the Constitu?
tion of the United States.
From the correspondence between Governors
Seward and McDoNALD,itappears that m .lun
last, a demand was made by ihe latter functionary,
tor the surrender of one John Gkmnman, a com?
mon searnuti, charged !>y the affidavit of Robert
M . Flodrnoy, with Grund Larceny in two sepa?
rate instances, und on two separate and distinct
affidavits : The one setting forth that the said
Greenman hud stolen from thu suid Flournoy,
certain wearing.apparel and trinkets; the other,
that he hud Stolen from the ?arne individual, the
person and body of n female -luve.
The Governor of Georgia admits in his cerre?
pondence, that the only evidence of theft, consists
in the tuet that the slave, withcertuin wearing up
parel on her person, was found in company with
Greenman on board of a ship, and it is not pre?
tended that eitle r she or hur clothing was ever in
Greenman's possession w ith a view-to kidnapping :
hut that it was the design of the slave 10 escape
into a Free State.
The affidavit charging Greenman with stealing
the wealing apparel and trinkets, was on its face,
defective, and would not have authorized the ap?
prehension of u pi is,in charged with theft in tin
Mute, because it did not set forth iIihi the goods
uliedged to have been stolen, were found in his
possession; or in uny way whatever, sol forth facts
and circumstances, 10 enable the Executive to
judge whether the crime alleged, had actually
been committed. Nothing can be clearer, than
Unit it we were logo to Hie Police Office and swear
thul John Smith bad stolen from ns titty dollars,
it would not be good ground foi the issuit g a War?
rant lor Ins apprehension. The fact of the theft is
a question upon which the jury Hie to pass, unit mi
application ttsr the arrest of un individual on the
charge of larceny, must set foilh the particulars of
the crime charged;?the Justice, or person' to
whom the application is made, being the party to
determine whether the circumstances set forth
warrant the suspicion of crime ; and if so, he or?
ders the arrest.
Suppose, lor instance. A. 13 , being entrusted
with the money of C. D.,.should ruiuin a portion
of it in hi- possession, instead of paying it over on
the day thui he had agreed to do s,,. Morally,
this would he stealing; and yet it is not stealing
in the eve of the law ; und consequently, it A. 15.
presented himself bet?re the proper officer for the
arrest of C. D. on an affidavit that he had been
guilty of theft, the officer would very properly re?
fuse the warrant until he had examined into the
cncuHislances of the alleged larceny. And such
is piecisvly the course pursued In Governor Srw
akl>. The demand tor Greenman was made upon
two naked affidavits tor theft ; and the person ap?
pointed to receive him us a fugitive from justice
informed Governor Seward thut the wearing ap?
parel mid trinkets which he whs charged with
stealing were those on the person of the Negress
tit the time she was alleged to have been stolen.
Now it is not pretended that the.-e cloth-* und
trinkets were at any time removed from the person
of the ?luve, or ever in the possession ot Green
man with a view of converting them to his Use;
and, ofcour.se. he could not he considered as hav?
ing stolen them except in the allegud slealiae; the
woman, und that, in fact, there was hut one crime,
although tiro sepurnte thefts were alleged.
Cnder these circumstances, Governor Sewakp
addressed a letter to Governor McDonald, setting
forth that the affidavits upon whieh the demand lor
the arrest and surrender of Qrecnman was based,
were not such fi>t would warrant the artest of any
individual in this State on a charge of larceny;
that while they charged theft in two different in?
stances, they did not set forth any of the particu?
lars accompanying the larceny, in order to unable
him to judge whetner he had in fact committed a
crime m the eve of the late, or only in the judge?
ment of Mr. Ivor.tkt W. Flo?R>OT. He says
very properly that, although he doe* not question
but Mi. FlovrSOX buheves u larceny ha* beeH
commuted, he may be in error with regard to the
nature of the crime. That if so. it is a mere error
in judgement for which Greenman is not liable to
punishment; and, of course, that the liberty of a
citizen of tin* State cannot be abridged, or his per?
son setred ind sent to Georgia, upon what may
hereafter prove to he a simple error m judgement
on the part of .Mr. Ft.ofRNor as to what consti?
tutes a iarceny.
Subsequetitlv. a Grand Jury et Georgia found
an indictment against Greenman. and Governor
McDonald nsain demanded hi* surrender?the
iiemund this time being based upon the indictment.
It appeared, however, that the copy of the indict?
ment forwarded was grossly defecttee. and such
an one as would hare been quashed on a motion to
that effect in any Court of Law in the United
State?. Governor Seward respectfully, bui mis?
chievously perhaps, pointed out this fact to the
Governor of Georgia, declined making the surren?
der, upon such defective papers, and added?" I
nwait your Excellency's further communication on
The simple fact that ihe Governor of Georgie w as
driven to the pn>euremeiit of an indictment against
; Greenman, and that he made a renewed demand
lor the surrender of Gkeenma.v on that indictment,
:? a full admission that the first demand was nol
made according to law; and we can very easily
imagine that when his second demand was again
disposed of by quietly pointing out the very palpa?
ble defects in the papers upon which it was based,
the Loco-Foeo Governor of Georgia was in a pretty
considerable tempest with his Whig Excellency ot
*EW-\OHK, TH?RS If AT ."*.<
.\rv.\ork. The whole correspondence, when it
appears; will afford a rich treat for the Lawyers.
In thr- tir>t place, the idea of making two ti-;':s
out of the act of-harboring a female -lave who did
not happen to be in a ?t?te ofnud?y at the time,
is quite a.'i original conception. Tuen ajain, e.en
it harboring the slav was, according to the lairs of
Georgia, a felony, there is no law of that State
which ninke. n ci-tinetion between harboring a
welUclad or a nuked Negress. How, then, could
Grtenman be tirst cnargrd with stealing the Ale
gr>ss and a demand for hi- surrender ???? ?>:?.
Uns ground ; and subsequently, on a separat?' affi?
davit not containing the slightest allusion to the
slave, be charged with stealing a certain ringer
ring, ear-ring;, breast-pin, frock, petticoat, and cer?
tain unmentionable female garment* from this same
FlouRNOT, when it was quite probable that he had
never seen either Flolknov or an-, one of the uni
cles er.umeiated .' This was a refinement on the
niceties of Criminal Law, which no nnw but a Loco*
Fuco Executive would have de-ired ; ami i: w?s
treated precisely as it should have been. At all
events, it should uperatrns a caution to Negro
steulers to seize their name in a state of nudity, or
t> leave their rags behind them, as it will lessen
their crime materially in the eyes of Governor
Ttiat his Excellency of Georgia is a very poor
Lawyer, and was made to ajipear somewh it ridicu?
lous on the last, as well as on the first demand for
the surrender <>f Greenman, is his own fault?pos?
sibly his misfortune; and tbiit under the excite?
ment, arising very naturally from his ridiculous
posi'ion, he should have mis-stated the tarts of the
case to the Georgia Legislature, is quite in keep?
ing with nis whole bearing throughout this corres?
pondence; which, by-the-bye, we believe he had
i he prudence to suppress, as we bavs such no no?
tice of itifi the Georgia papers.
COMMERCE OF THE UNITED STATES.
We have received a statement ol the commerce
of the United States for the year ending Sent. 30,
The total amount of exports to foreign
The total amount of imports from for?
eign countries was. 107,141,519
Excess of exports.$24,944,4'..
The- excess of < xports,as given above, was near?
ly all in trade with Great Britain.
Entered ihr U. 6'. Cleared the U. S.
American tonnage, 1,576,946 1,647,009
Foieign do 712.063 706,431)
Our tra ie with Great Britain and France takes
about two-thirds of nil our exports, introduces
nearly one-hall of our imports, and employs about
one-third ol ttie shipping engaged in foreign trade.
[ Evening Post.
The above is a very gratifying statement, as it
shows thut weaie still reducing our debt to foreign I
countries; In the year ending 30tb September,
1 140, our exports exceeded our imports in the sum
bi $26,766,059. Excess of exports over imports
in tbe last two years, $51,710,486. If we esti?
mate ill? interest on our Stick deb;- to foreign
countries at $12,000,000 per annum, there is un
actual reduction of indebtedness, in tbe two years,
of nearly $28,000,000. The following schedule
sbows the value of imports and exports in cacti
your from lo'Jl to lb-11, both inclusive. The
? oromercial year, it will be remembered, ends on i
tbe 30tli of Seplembei :
1 Vors. I Import?
j.r.-.' 585 721
Exports. \ExeesiofIm Ex jofEx
$04 '.?74 ?.e~i\ %.jiTite?,C5c
74 160,281 9.031 SCO.
14,899 030 2.830.237
80.549 007 75980657 4 ."?.J..i.'sil.
96,340,075 99 5 -881 .13,105,313
84 074,477 77 595 322 il 17'.' 155 .
79 434 068 52 324 S27; . '2,540,731?
. 88 509,3M| 7*Vs64 686 6 245 138 .
i ?-'?.".?.. 7M9t527 72 353,63ij 2.i33,346.
1830.. 70,876,9201 73.849.50tl . 2J)72e>88
!-<]..; 103.101,1241 SI.3I0533 21 830,5U.
1332.. 101,029266 77,176.943 23.85232a.
1833.. 103.1 IS 3 I 90,140.43 I 17t'77e7-].
l-'it.. 126 521,332 s|.(i-j4.1b2 45497,170 .
1835.. 149,895,742 121.693 557 28,2 2.185 .
i-n; i-!i;?-ti,u:Ci i--7 b'st.ulu 62 3 ii,\*y.\ .
1537 . I M0.9S9.2I~ 117,410.376 23,569841 .
:- >..; 113717,404 108436,6161 5,230 78e' .
1819.. |62 092 132 121,023,4161 41,068716 .
1840.. 101805.891 13157t,950 . 126 '?<'? 159
841.. I 107,141.519 132.085U46 . 24!M4.s-7
Total. |2=05^i5,403jl2)57^44,784| 3l0,97-J.423|6J,107,*O4 !
?217 370,619 -247 870,619
Fro? 'his statement it appears that the impor?
tant." to the United States during the last
twenty-one years amount to the immense aggre?
gate of 2,205 taiilion dollars, and the rxprsrt* to
1,957 million?; showing an aggregate excess of
imports over exports to the amount of neat 24a'
millions, or about 12 millions per annum on an
average. A part of tins is profits, freight, Jfcc.?
For nine years prior to 15)40. the imports bad uni?
formly exceeded the exports, and in 1836 this ex?
cess reached the extraordinary sum of 62 millions.
If we go on for a few years more, exporting more
than wo import, we shall soon l?e out of deb: to
foreign countries, except for stocks not yet paya?
ble, and, on the other hand, -hall bring foreign
c.iiiutr.es in debt to us.
The exports of the past year, it will be observed,
exceed those of any former year. The imports,
though two rr thteu millions more than in 180.'?
?10. are less than in any preceding yearsir.ee 1833.
[Journal of Commerce.
A METIOR.?The ButTulo Commercial Adver?
tiser of the J6:h, snys that the night before, after a
cold and snowy aftertiooa, a large and brilliant
meteor made there a brief visitation. Its bursting
was accompanied by a vivid lla*h and a soun<4
generally mistaken for a rattlsng and prolonged
t>eal of thunder.
W.U. II At* A U ?V t O.
TYPE AND STEREOTYPE FOBNDRY,
74 Fulton, corner of tiold-atreet,
THE subscribers take this method of announcing to
their friends end tbe public generally that, having
purchased ihe extensive and well known Type Foundry
formerly owed by .Messrs. Conner & Coolie, ihey has- re?
moved the same to their preseul central locatiou. Having
made extensive revisions, alterations aud additions, they
are now prepared to execute orders of any m-iguuude they
may be favored with, wiui promptness, and ou is favorabi?
terms as at any Foundry in Aroerica. Te their new Speci?
men-Rook, which has D*een recently extensively circulated,
they would respectiy refer.
All articles manufactured by taem shall be of a material
equal, if not superior, to nay manufactured in this country
?nnd undergo a thorouch examination as to appearance,
rangiag, dressing, and properly assorting. All article- ex?
hibited in tue Si?ecimeu-Book formerly issued by Conner &
Cookc. together with Sorts to Fonts sold by them, can now
be famished from this Foundry without delay, wrji many
SUjet ml Jed.
WM. HAGAR A CO. are Agents for the sale of the Na?
pier, Wasningion and Smith Presses, which, together w ith
Chasss. Cases, Composing Sticks, Furniture. Ink. and
every article used in the Prtniinc Busioess will be kept
on baud, andfurnished at manufacturers' prices.
N. 1>. No Machine Casi Type manufactured at tin
^...1? I ts II BE LLS?R.ugh and polished Sleirh
O Bells, assortsd from 000 to No. 10. Also, fancy acd
common straps, for rale b?
uluitf -v M H. WIGHT. lo'John-'treet,
7 tt.s-.si tin's Afriaau o> ,nrs. cak-ah t
Lj HARPER. No. 4- Vescy-su who has had many vests
?in-nsnu in ibsbosissa. '?ai '*
'PEAS.?Fine Gunpowjer and Imperial Teas m cacsu
i. aaid half chsela For sale by
<j7 if grinnell. m1ntu&N 4. Co. 7* Souui it
RNli\G, DECEITIBER t>. l*4t
Dry Doch. H ooklm. New-VorU_
Proposals lor Timber for haiidu>? the
? OFF til DAX,
will he received at the Nary Agent's Office, New-York,
iictil the 3th day of December, 1341, ngreeably to tae
SCHEDULE or TIMBER,
I AC\ i'i!c? of Y. How Piu- Timber, 16 inches square, ive
rage length -15 lei t. for main Data.
lvt Pile* of Yellow Piue Timber, H icche- sqaare. ar
rai-e I-reth fe-t. for mam Dam.
453 Fib's o( Y. How Pi.ie Tiaiher. 1- niches iqaare. are
rage iei'rth 38 feet, t">r aide Dam.
725 Pile* ?f Yello" Pine Timber, IS inches -qaare, ave?
rage !c|.cth 36 f'-ct. for She*t Ptline.
; -1 Sets of Waling Pieces, for nmn Dim. of White Oak,
! 1 foot square ; total leaf th l,?7'i feet.
2 Set., of Waning Piece*, lor lide Dam-, of White Oak.
1 foot X 8 inches square ; total length 1,070 feet.
52 Cap Timber, of White Pine, 1; feet long and Iti
14,434 feet,board meaanre,of 3 inch White Pine PUnk.
All the abova Timber !'-r Pile, to baof eood sound Yel?
low or fiard Pir.c, free from large knots ant ?hake?, and
tuituable fur rrooving and dnvini: a.- >h- et Piling. T*o
of the opposite ends of each pila to he s iwcd or hew-d
straight and parallel, and a third side to be sawed or
I hewed straight an ' square with ihe oilier two. Tue
fourth face to be hewed or sawed nearly parallel with the
oppe-i?.- .-n'l'. as in.t to deviate amre than one inch in
the width ef tee pile. Tbe dimension* to be as follows ?
tnc'firrt named 364 Pile? to be of lengths varying from IS
t 1 I- feet; acd in average al I .ist X? feet; the thickness,
measured on the parallel edrcs. to b? not less than 14 nor
greater than 16 inchc-', to average abotli 15. and the width
not less thin !0 laches.
The second lot (of 194 Piles) to vary ie ler,7th from M
to 2-, averaging not less :h?n V. feet; the thickness on
the parallel edge* not less than 13 nor mor. than 14 niches,
and ihe width not less than 11 inches.
The third lot (of 45i Pill si 10 vary in length from 36 to ,
1' avcrariiig 3s feet; the thickness 011 the parallel edgi -
not leas than tl U"r more ti..au 13, to average I'd inches;
aim the width not l?ss than li niches.
The foortb lot (of 783 Piles t;i vary in length from HH
ie38.averaging 'M feet; the tbickneaa on the parallel
edges to be not le.-s than II nor more than 13, to average
IS inchc* ; and the width not It-.s than li inches.
The String or Waling Piece* for the main Dam to be
of sowd. s.iund. straight White Oak Tu:.her. hewed or
?used, 12 inches square, and in length varying from 25
Tho ?Ii "Ie amount furnished to be I rTri lineal feet.
The.Waling Peres for tbe side Dams to be Id by S
inches, hewed 01 sa ?ed square, of rood, sound, ?irmghl
v\ bite u.ik Timber, and in length* varying troui 41 iu 35
lent?the si hole amounl furnished u> be 1,070 lineal ft sL
The 5a Caps 10 be of e <od, -oun.l White I'ine Timber,
free from abakei and arge knots, hewed or sawed straight
1ft inches square and 16 feet long.
The Plank U> I.f White 1'iue. round, straight and
squire silted. Ire- from larte ku-ls. 11 inches m thickaess,
mid in lecrth- not !e? t'i .n :<?? t?amount M.4.'H feel,
All the above Timber and Plank to be delivered on suck
ulurf er wharves *nUi* the fj, S. Navy Yard, N. Y. as
maj be designated, 1 *??i to the inspection and np
proval ofsuch per.' -elected by ihe Engineer.
One fourth of the Teil? . Pine to be delivered be
f re the iotli day of January, 1349; one.fourth before the
35th of February.and the remin in* half before the "JUti
of April, I - 4 The Timber for the main and side Dauis
mid Sheet Piling* to be delivered ? the following order,
I?t. The Timber for ihe Main Dim.
ltd. " " ?' " Sboet Piling*.
Tho O.ik W ilinc pivL's to be delivers I on or before the
first day of April, mid the White Puie Timber ami Plank
before the I5lh of April, 1343.
The ric'.n roaerved to reveive . le-? portion thsn an of?
fer lu iv einlirn, e, and proposals will bo received for any
ROBERT C. WETMORE, Navy Agent
Naw Agent's Omca, New-York, Nov.Sta. 1341.
11 111 .Vim,.I D5
TD' NOTE.?The time of delivery of the above titulier
is e.Xteiideil as fallow- :
The tir-t foarth, on 85ih February.
The s.coud fourth; on 99th March.
The remainder on 1st May.
Offers received until 24th December, which muat -mte
ihe price per cubic foot, or running not, as the case may
be, and should -t.ile whether sawed, counter hawed, or
rough hawed, i* offered.
ROBERT C. WETMORE, Navy Areut.
Navy Acent's Office, New-York. Nov.35th, I34L
The respective paper* publishing the timber will add
this nice. irdrt 3tawtD24
MECHANIC'S*' TtMll.s.?1,'IIA"-. C. U\ ER
510 Greenwich st between Spring and Canal..has
jii-t received large additions i" his former stock, and s??
lixw on hand a f-nerm assortmeat of Carpenters', Cabinet
Makers*,Chair Makers' and ab.-.ost every description of
Wood Workers'Tools al Ihe ver> lew est City prices. A
feueral a".oitnient of Wood Saws ready tiled and ret.
Call at CHAS. c. DYER'.- To.d .-tore. 510 Greenwich.
Saw- re cut, re-loo tiled, framed.riled and set, as u-ual.
?t> A l?E !t II A N I FA 4' T V IS K ll?S' AN DIM ).M
1 MISSION WAREHOUSE, No. :il Libcrty-sirccu?
Printing;, LilhogTaphie, aad Colored Pupers in ail ihcir
ranetiea, made to ordcrof any quaint from common News,
to the litest PuKik paper made iu the coantry. at ike fair
market prices, from the vrry superior mills of Messrs. A.
C. and W. Curtis, Boston, and W. A M. Carlis. P.ellville
N. J.and from several Other manufacturers, having the lies
of machinery. All orders thankfully received and promp
ty executed. aoT6m EDWARD CURTIS, A/cut
JOHN WARWICK, 3*eep Smelter and Re
Bai r iu general, No. 17 John-street, New-York.
Purchaser of Jeweler's and Silversmith's Polishings,
Pure icings, Lemell?, Parting Bars, 1 oarae Silver Bars.
Lace, Gilt and plated Metals, Bookbinder'i Kae,. Ac. Ac
?OCK nil U111.U1>?; fUTONli.?The
r-ubscnterr w dl dehver on board of vessels, al th
Prison Dock. Deck Stone for 15 cents per ton, and Marbl*
Building Stone for 3s Cd par ton.
Sl -icj i'ruon. Jioani Pleajaci. June 9. !^li
iaslS fim t>. SK.ntnl.'K. A.'sos.
/suf AI*: tUEAPTT?EAP: ? JAMISON
V' A JERVIS'S Cheap Engraving and Printing Office.
A Visiting Card Plate engraved and fifty Cards for only
$1 50. All other Engraving al one half the nsual price
Please call and examine specimens. No. <9j Courtland ?1..
DYING A S U PRINTING ESTAJ3LISI1MENT,
OmccNo. Ill William, corner or Johs-st.
ALL KINDS OF S!Lh>. COTTON tND WOOLEN
? ???ODS DYED, restored ant dressed, including la?
dies' and eenll-m-u's curments. such a.. Dresses. Ci?is.
Shv*!-. Crapes, Velvets, Ribbons. Meriuoes. Hosiery,
Cas-uusres. Carpets. Regs, Piaao and Table Cover. Win?
dow Shades. ?v22 Am"
KOLI.bO ANW PLATERM BRA??
ArTRST RATE article of Rulled aad Plavrs Brass,ean
always at found at JAMES li. MOFFBT,IS1 Prscce
t, lost Wooster.it tbe lowest markei price*. Lake
witm ? -?r\ s'lt.srt..- srticls of Crsepwr's Rrass s'29 if
ROLLKi) GERMAN SILVER.
JAMES G. MOFFETT, 121 Prince-street, near Wooster
wouM paracnlarly call the attention of Hardware Deal?
ers and Manufacturers to his superior artic'e of German Sil?
ver, waieh heotfers fbrsaie wholesirlc acJ retail, of all thick?
nesses, acd warrants it equal to any. eilfcor Foreign or Do?
mestic, for eolor and softness. a:>i-i'
Taken at ISe Rooms SOI Broadway, corset of Duane
street, N. Y.. ov er Riell's Free lialierv of Paia?ngs.?
Portriuts tak> u in a few seconds clear or cloudy weather.
TT Pnpila ?-iructed in the above art in a few dayt?
Term- n;???'?rn-?_A PAGE, ag 13f
t B > IT COAL, waica is the best quality
P*acr. Orchard, we are Sellin* from the yard, deliv?
ered in the oest order, free of carure. at $7 5o p*r ton.
K. A B. SKIOMORE,
oirj lw- Washinxtoo, cor. Franklin?tr-et.
P? AKTlCtLAK NOTICR.-Persons wishieg
to buv, sell or exchange farms, or real estate of any
kmd.ic iir citv or country, will rind a prompt and e?S
ciea: ag-nt ie S. bENSON, No. I Ann su
Also.Loans ?rfected on chy property.at 1 An., si
O.M POSITION BOLLEB8, of the best
matenals acd quality, and of all size*, cast at the Of?
fice of the New World, 30 A-an-st. Inquire of Mr. J. W.
RICHARDS, in the Preju Room i>v?s?nsent.> ?o21 <(
ILED FOJLSCAP PAPER. 10w> Kcaona-^
ATME Ruled Cap. For sale bv
PERSSE A BROOKS.
t27 No. al Lrbenr itrset.
?e no. 30 ann-strke r.
?Ol.. I. NO. 202.
PRY liooil >.
Muffs: mcffsj: uiff?: it wat
SON'S, 104 < batham-st. and I CO Bowery.?The sub
seiner inf.nu- th ? ladies of New-York and vicinity, that
be ha. i a* ''ti h md .1 very rich ail dream a-jortfir
of Lynx und other Fur Muff?, at priee. reduced lull 50
per cent. .':om my previous year He c irrie-tlv ??hciw a
call belore pnrcbaimr; and assures those who nvar him
they ?h-dj not tw disappointed. For trimmings of ill
kind*, tod Furs r-...ir.si st BO?CS.
n"2t> !??? WATt-i'V. 154 Cbathnm-at. and !rta Bowery.
V E \? FALL GOODS.?ALFRED SMITH.
1? Merchant Tailor. No. 136 Fultou-aL would invite hit
friend? and tie pubbe. to call and examine hie stork of
new Fall Goods, entts?stisw of Clctaw, Caiaimeres and Vert?
rags salted to the faii trade. Gen tiemen leaving their Or?
der? may rely anon they beins fulfilled in the most satis
fictory m einer. T-Tir.- moderate?Cash on delivery. ?2 tf
ONE FRIt'E ATOKE?Gentlemen ?ihine to
purchase good eseap Clothing, would do well to call
at 131; I'tiathuin -'rest, where they cae find garments at
tic following pric
Cloth Coat* |9 to $;2. Cloth Jackett, $4 to $3; Sau?
nen Pan la .$1.73 to $2 73; Cloth P int.. $.1 to $4.30.
?'! Im J tCOB COGSWELL,
p ?PPLETOIVS ?'???II TAILORING ES
1 V . T \< LISH.MENT, 194 Grand, corner of Attorney
-ireet ? Tn- subscriber respectfully informs hi> frienda,
??d the public generally, lhat k" eoatiaues to make Gar
taeiu- to order. 111 any stj le of fashion to ?Jit hi. custom?
er.' taste?. A good tit and ihr best of workmanship may
at alt times be relied or. Gentlemen preferring furnish-I
jag their own materials, will ri .1 it to their interest to
eive him a call. Punctuality in all cases strictly observed.
Charge, m ideinte. n35Tia
't'<? 1 HE PUBLIC?L, Si M. ?. BROW v. iiTj
I Causam st. are sailing Ittgraia CHrp't? ai it- ?d. I.-.
3s. and n'.- per y ard.
Those in want 01" Carpets would do well to call and ex?
amine lor themselves.as they w;l| save st least '23 per cu
by purehasii r of the -uh-enbers.
N B. .Mi articles eonneeted with tha Carpel business
ailing in the same proportion. Also, remnants of till
Clotb. sellable for putting ander Stoves selling ai trices
to .tut the 'lines. it IT .lni j
3>ai;i 1. It *l st o 1 vi* ? 1 iui:m:ssfs.
Of Children whom we luve, and Parents we revere.
Secure the Skc.dt'ir irt its Sub.'tanre fades.
Taken after the plan discovered bv lions. Haguerre. by
M TILLERS. Mi V..
No. aI33 Broadway, .facing the Park.) New-York.
From '.1 A. M. 1.1 4 P. M. daily, Sunday- excepted.
Taken in Fair. Cloudy,audoven in Stermy Weather,
lasrrnmenti furnished, ami Pupils taught with h.s lute
Terms moderate for Cni.li. nIS tf
J. B. SWAIN,
B?"?K AND JOB PRINTER,
jeSfi No. 16 John st.?Third Story, New-York, if
V 1 !S C E NT L . DILL'S
* T T. R b OTVPE F O u N U K V,
No 12s Falton-sL(fourth stor>'i New-York, jel? t
VI rORNEV: AM) COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
-?J tf N K W ? Y O R K ?_
OIKIIER, I'.KVVOI.DS A PLATT,
Attorneys, SoliritHrs aiH ConnseHera.
Office No. 31,82, 1 mrmwm t. ??? ( StLr.m DoTcnu
Merchants' Exchange, > \ j. N. Reyh0l?s,
Wall-street. S aa2T-tf (O. H. PlATT.
K N a K A V ! N? << N W OO I) .
Done in the neatest manner, cheaply und expeditioaaly
at Tar. orrici. 01 thk >r.w woaLO,30 a.nn trsiir.t,
Ky MARX HAUT.
Apply 10 the Publisher of the New World. auSl tf
1 i? A IcT, fc H 4 I. I D I I 1,
(svecassoa t<> 1.E0. er.cscur.a,)
MANUFACTURES OF PAPER BOXES, 127 William
Street, of every possible ?iiane, style, and variety, for
the u-o of any luieof business ; constantly 011 hand a large
assortment of Square Boxes, plain' and fancy, tingle, and
in iota ; also
by the lialo or cost.
Genuine German Cologne Water tmorted, and for sale
nl 11 very l?w prire. *9Sm*
SMILLIE vV SHERM \ \,
C<I7It4SIBON tie nSOUAIVICAL DEN
?o TlST.-t. 1.3 Chambers street, opposite ihe Park,de?
sire ngnia u> express their gratitude for past encour?
agement, and to assure their friends and the public thai
nothing -hall be wsnimg on their part to insure the
confidence und favor ofthosa wlio insy uonor them with a
call. ArtiticiMl Teeth of Hie first quality, from one to an
entire s.-t, inserted "ii the most improved methods. Fi.l
ing. acaliag and extracting performed with rare and in?
tention, .ml their charges 111 all cases to suit the circum?
stances of their patients. n?1 1 hi
Dlt. II. flLLBRS, Dental Surgeon,25 years'
experience?The original inventor of the best kinds
of Translucent Mineral Teeth, iatrodaeed 1? the public
in 1827. Dr. II. V. perform- every operation in los pro?
fession at one-third lass tnau ii charged elsewhere in this
city . he hope- Ins Ions tried and well known abilities lu
every department of his profession will be h infhcient
cuarar.tv. Residence removed to 233 Broaaway, oppo?
site th* Park. Pupils taught Mechanical Dentistry. Fees
Uiree-foarth reduced. Term- cash. nl-tf
?iTTver .tieisXl aw aruko.
KlNG't* PATEN i' mele UOCKLMl
CHAIR?1841?Is uo* offered, much improved.
Will rock of it.-elf. Will please even an uifanL
Will itive perfect ease. Will comfort the a|(ed.
Will not gat out of order. Will prove s family eon-fort
Is not this sufficient '? lu sickness or 111 Health.
Kock, roek m Kiag'schair, there", a charai 111 it.
Thatxsitlie. all the cases of suffering bumaniiy?
Tell of ihe plearare there is ia the use of it,
Itoeking -o freely?of ease the reality.
The regulating seat of tin- Chair makes it iu effect equal
to two distinct and separateebairs, coasoquently the pur?
chaser of Kiuj'- Self-Rocker buvs the CHEAPEST as
we'l as the easiest and best rocker in the market.
N.B.?The rockersof this chair present ao eistrur.tiun.
neither do they wear the carpet.
Always on sand the following patent Chain, all war?
ranted not to tret out of order :
REVOLVING CHAIRS, RECUMBENT CHAIRS,
RECUMBENT REVOLVING CHAIRS. LIBRARY
CHAIRS, WRITING .'"HAIRS. STUDY CHAIRS,
OFFICE t'HAIkS. wnn a ?rreni variety, all ?i?.!e for
especial ease and comfort. All kinds of uhairs made to
The subscriber confines himself exclusively to ihe ma
nufacturc of ehairs. M. W. KING,
Patent Chair Maker. No. 471 Broadway,
oI3tf New York, between Grand Sr Brooms st.
THHRBIRN W CIIE.UIt'AL E.T1
. BROCATION AND BLA< K LINIMENT.?Ne?
glect not yourself, wnile a remedy is at hand. The pro?
prietor, after making numerous experiments, aucc-eded
in inventing a remedy for ihe diseases enumerated below,
which he confidently offers 10 ihe pubhc a* an improve?
ment overall ethers, and fully adequate to 11* ends. It is
infallible is -he cure of rout, rheumatism, bruiaes. sprains,
cramps, numbueasaud suffuess of the joints, burns, scalds,
?nffuess of the neck, frozen limbs, etapped h nds, chil?
blains, fresh cuts, scald head, salt rheum and all external
injuries; aud a'so of those to which HORSE.* are liable,
sprnns in the back, railed bai k-, dec. Soil by A. B.
i.D. SANDS, wholesale and retail, at Nob. 79 and 100
Falun -t-, N. Y.. and by D. Sands & Co. 77 Ea.t Broad?
way Priee. :tlet?._nlO lm'
DATE NT tTJEtIM AI. OIL LAIPN
1 CHEMICAL 11IL?BI RNI.VG FLUIDe-Tha ?ub
senber woold invite the attention of the public to his
stock of "GREENOUGH'S PATENT LAMPS'" which,
from their beauty and superior qualities, are destined to
?i;persede all others now m use. The oil which ia burned
in them ia a chemical preparation, very clean in its proper?
ties, and rives a very brilliant and economical li?ht- The
Bernini Flmd is a portable lirkt, free from all smoke,
?mell, or rr-ase. and will neither soil nor slain. Common
Lamps can be altered at a trillmz expense, to burn the
riuid. The subscriber is kindly perniuud to refer to some
of our most respectable families, who are now usinz the
article. J. C. HOOKER. 4f>6 Broadway,
between Urand and Brresise tu.
N. B. There is no danger of explosion in either one of
these articles. n->l!f
Pectoral honey OF LIVERWURT.
NowiU'a p.rctoral Honey of Liverwort, p-epared
only by J<j-eph Nowill in the city of New-York, is the
surest and most eflicauous remedy for Courts <7olds.
Astama. Whooping Coush and all affectioiis of the Heart
and Lucrs leading to consumption.
I: is t?id atthe low price of two shillings per boille.
For sale wholesale ana retail al the*Original Depot.
'A Madi-on. cor ?."atnenne. and retaviM by H. V. Bush. *1
Barclay -t: Aaroa Gilbert, 110 Fultoa and 223 Bowery; Jss.
H. Hart, 27- Broailwav. cor. of Chambers street; and rfo
Hudson, cor. of North Moore at.; W. H. Dtwcntvrry,
West Greenwich. Conn., and retailed by Druggists ia
every ciiy in the Union. . ... .,?.
N. B Be -are thai each eutside wrapper bears the siraa
ture of Joseph Nowill ic fall.without whica "^meod
Boy??* BLBAtHWG POWDEBe
100 casks Bovd'i celebrated Bleaching Powder, just
receded and for a*^ fc BROOKS,^! Liberty-.,
U'A\TEI)-Apr.itnii a r?nteel arid lucrative
?? busiuea?. with a ?uuil cspitaj. This is wiihoat
bun bug : a fair anci Son -r io!e. aad 10 truth, a trrv pro
r-table; bo.!n-,a. Inquire at 4; John .treat, tfiree deore
irom Wil lam tats day. ji 3,.
YV "* *' *> **??* B y of food morals. abT^?t 1? Mars
* ? ol ag*-. i* learn the 8ook-biadu>r bus.orssa. a>ae
who eaa board ?idi hl? pareal? ?iil be preferred. ?nuiT
? t 13 Ana -ir--c.-. alouf
I O OsiA riI?T??a Des >t. whose otfiee u in the
L viciuut Ol Chaarbers-slre? atd r\rk Place, woutd
? ilJii;sr*y attend to tae plate work of one or two others du?
ring hi. present |e|.ure. The work will t>o faithfully and
seeunuljr dene, and at a ve.-y low price.
j An ?ppoi tunny is ai.o otlered to individuals wishing
, artificial lettb. (orOther deuial operations) to have them
v.ivpiied on easy terte? by a regular and hoc-putting
? :u: .-r of the Profession. Adurrns ?? Surgeon," Park
P StOffice, staling w;icu and where an interview is to be
i e,l. _ dl 8f
s.s . j i 1 3 t. ?> can he -eppiu-d with tti- best of ser
I rants, Mr dty and country, aud at the shortest no
l re. at 50 Ea-l Broadway. n-D 1m
\ 1)1111. M ? :' V H ZENTZ or .Mrv UA
Li CHEL ZEiVTZ should call M tko oiBee of the sab
? ril er?, intel igenca ?rill!? eotniuauieaicd to them which
eill prove to :heir advantage.
r.22 i;kiwl:i.i.. vinTURN * CC<78South at
j/>\t F.I.I.fc.VF KO.tKD ANW ItfMPit
la can be aad by Ladies and Gentlemen, in a dalighli'ul
h ase, a stone's throw from Broadway. Apply ai 119
Mercer street, near the c iner of Prince. n.'U) tf
IMIAKDIMs ?a gei i.e.wan su.t his wife, or two
?) single gentleman can be accommodated with good
board at No. 46 Faltet: treet. Also, two or three persons
cinh~acro?ai lated w ltd diuuer. tu9tf
|)HAHI?1M; lttl>t( t ?.-l,.. -nbscr.ber"
kJ baring Sue I up ttie brge and commodious house a
the corner of Howard ami Rim streets, only one Mock
from Broadway, where gentlemen can hatr good board
a'ui plea,,at room- for ft! 50 per week . aiso gentlemen
? id ti.eir ?ive? rn reasonable terms, by applying st Nt*. 9
Howard >tree;. eutrani e in Elm. ui* Im'
SO A KW AN D KOO 'S.* ::? -v !??? ?':?".' uVapTi
i* rate family by applyinc at 906 Hndson-st je7-tf
Vi> TO I.K T?Part of a modern built two-story
jH3.H?ase, No. Ib'i Chambers itrci t. Keut moderate to
a mail family. Ii quire at .00 l u t.-u street. n?"J 5t*
KOtt s|?t ljet \ room and hed-rc**?
-SiisLwiin closets, piuitn-s. Ac. tu :.ble for .a icaattf Mnui.
Also, me large room, eatraordin ily weU lighted, suite
k a for a wo: k-shop. Impure on the premises of
?1 f JOHN LOCKE, in rear of At Ann at,
?ah, FOR 8AJLJB OK EXCUAiKGE-s
Hal Country Se it, I'1 miles from the city, located m
Uuceiis Cnuuty, I.. I. coiitsinir.g upwards of 50 acres of
first rate land The buildings sr* one doable house, mo
? eru finish, with ernte., marble mantles, 'oldiug-deors,
.'.. extra kitchen; also. v! large barns, wsgou-bouse. car
riage house, shop, granary, poultry house and ya.'d, ion
boH-e, w-ith all other conveniences necessarv for a large
family. The fruit is of the best kind and in every variaty:
. pples, i h'-rries. Ac m abundance.
a large amount of the money rasy reuvaia on koud and
r uir lit age; or Btooklvitor New York ejlV property would
Ii- i.akeu iu ei'-hsuge. Address l? M.S. at this office
?99 tf _
ifAKiTAT?siit Alt?; n^?r^w
sale or exchange, 4?' tracts of handsome Land, cou
'luining l*."> iieres each, soil of a superior quality,
watered witn fine streams, and covered ? uh fius timber,
rlicb as while ,.?k. hickory, beach, w tliiiit, maple and
sycamore. The soil is adapted to'wheat, rye. corn. oats.
? Ton. tobacco, tweet and Irish potatoes. The above
lands will be -old m reduced prices, mid on terms to
seit, or they will be exchanged for almost sny kind o
men h indixe. V or maps, diagrams and puriicuhrs. apply
to r-.MITH A Tt'RNER. lb Join, street, up stairs, ul tf
agSA FAR.71 FOK MAI.E, r' Kxcloinae for City
Property?A Farm in Queens County, L L, con
taning between 50 and 60 acres of first rata Land,
in i high state of cultivation. The Dwelling and Out
houses ar- all new and in first raie order, with a never
tailing well of good water, apple orchard, Ac. The drs
t nice i. nim H;;ies from New-York. The above proytrtj
?.ill be sokl or exchanged for cut- property, and pessw*
lion given immediately. Address L.M.S.at this ofAce.
\1 US IC TUITION.?WILLIAM PEASE, Pro'
'I feaaorand Teacher of the Piano Porto, Organ and
Singing, respectfully informs the young aenlleosea ofihis
i ity that he has fitted up a room in his Music Saloon, No.
B oadway, aad is ready to commence imug leasons
on the Piano Forte and in Sil ging either ia the d?y Ihne
or evening. Gentlemea wishing to oomsaence will pieaso
? make application at the Music Saloon, No.700 Broad
v n . j,i jimr from Fourth-at.) Terms moderaie. oH tf
HATKNT AtTIOiaJ 1*1 A NO
PORTES?Purchasers and <hu public gen
?inllv are msited to call aad exsimun the
tine assoftmeutof Pianos now nsjwuiug at No. 134 Pearl si.
up itairs,from the celebrated manufactory of Lomael Gil?
The manufacturer has receutly patented an Improve?
ment in the action of these iiisirvineuts. which secures a
quickness of touch, aud power and bcaaty of louc, truly
As ihi se instruments are warranted tbeymay with con
fideuce be reconiuieiiiled to all lovers of ibis beautiful aud
incrsasingty popular article of furniture.
n95 3m A KKIrll St F. HILL. Agents. 1:14 Pearl at.
9UBB AI <iUf*TA IIKO WIVE,
Composer and Professor of Music, .ami
!f % f 11 Teacher of the Piano Forte. Organ, >'ing
mg and Composition, wiabea to ucqusuit the Ladies of
New York wi?i her recent arrival in this city, and that
?be will give lessons at the residence ot hor pupils, or ai
he Hoi st-, of her father, I). S. Browne, Professor of
.Music. 700 Broadway, where all le-r Compositions are for
-ale. Miss Browne will give Anishing lessons a.- usual.
Commands left at tho Music Store of Hewitt A Jacques
SJ9 Broadway, alao attended to. ttJQ Im
PIANO I OK 1 t FOK MA I.E.?A splendid
instrument, patent action, superior lone, node in Bos
ton by a Celebrated maker, und has not been '- months in
i-e. Will be jold at a grent barguui for Cash, at 311 f ast
t 141?5 is-fllK MAIsB.?Suiuble for ? Doctor
? ? use. Rnquire at John K>kiir's Carriage Establish
ment, IBS Leonard street, 0a5 lar*
J 0?S 1 ? A cerufii .te of TWENTY" -II A it ES of ihe
Is Jamaisa and Brooklyn Railroad Stock in favor of
Jim. I.. Norton. Jr. Application mil be iii nie to (lie Com?
pany, at their office, ou the 15th <>f December instant, for
a new certificate. dl 'Jw
/ M?>Ml'.7IP riON ANW I.IVF.K ? O.TI
l PLAINT?I eertify that Dr. B. D. ALLEN'S
Balsam of Horebound, Pleurisy Root hns restored me to
health, after suffering .ix years from Liver Complaint ?
For two venu previous to iskiiir the Balsam my lungs bad
also ti.me affected IS thai degree my physician believed
i ? laboring under pulmonary consunptioa. To the won?
derful effect of Dr Aden's Bal-am. I owe my recovery.
JOHN T. ROCKWELL, Brooktyn.
HORRIBLE?What ia more distressing than to see our
fellow creatures cat off by cou-iiniptioii when Dr Alien s
Balsam i? a perfect cure. Ohl try this uover failing rc
iDi ilv. It w ill save your life.
TICKLING in the throst and hackin? cough are certain
sign* of consumption. Dr. Alleu's Balsam is the only
aiedieiue thsi can cure.
BLEEDING from ihr Lungs?No disease more danger?
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Horehonnd Liverwort and Pleurisy Boot.
OPPRK-SluN AMI .-'HtK.M.s'S Of THE CHEST,
Conaumptioa sad Liver Complaint?Hr. B, D. Alleu's Usl
tam of Horebound, Liverwort and Pleun.y Ro<jI has no
equal in the known world for tue cur? of the above dis
easea. Its repu'atiou is apreadiag far sod wide, end
the demand for it is beyond precedent. Physician* soi
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ELIXIR O F O I* I U M .
VNF.W iiheinical preparatioo of Opium, en. bracing ul 1
ihe valuable medicinal properties of Opium to the
e tclasiou of those which are deleo rio s and useless. The
Morphine '.'(etein and Narcem in cmbicatioe with the
native Mecoaie Acid, sre all retained in their original
purity, and hence the superiority of this preparation. Il
la much preferable tn every other form of opiate, such a*
Lasdayum. Paregoric. Morphine, Bsnarcoliatad l^iuda
num, Ac.. Ac, as has been fully proved and duly ac?
knowledged by ihe most eminent iurgeoaa, physiciau*
and chemists. Its use is not followed by auy of the disa?
greeable etfecta which invariably atteril ihr ordinary pre?
paration, of Opium, snch as con.tipati-n, headache, tre
tnors. nausea and vomiting, but it may Ire taken in suffi?
cient dnses to allay s||-etf-riiir. with perfect rafstyund
sntire success. For fanner particulars, of Us trials in
hospital.. Sic. see directions with the medicine.
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Sands. 79 and lot) Fullon-s% N. Y.
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3 For ? '? relief of Nervous Affections and Dyspepsia,
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health an'1 strength, which has invariably followed its use,
rnndem the valetudinarian happv and contented. The
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the -mell. and doe* not mterf?m with a regu'ar diet. It
has been highly appreciated by the female sex. who base
renerally found muca benefit from iL Sold wholesale and
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*1 par bottle. ?19 3w*