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, pj-c-l, of Barley have been received, together ?ome
JSp buthe|s, bat we hear of no sale.. It was offered at 50c.
r remains without material change, but l?s active. Sales
2 bushels delivered, at 64c Corn does not improve, and
^demand Ulimited- Sales 2000 bushels Ohio, via canal,
\rlr and 1000 do North River at 6lc.hothweight.de
11 red Oil* continue as before, 25 a 26<c; a sale of 3600
taLels prime Canal was made at the latter rate.
WHISKY' ?Birrrk have advanced somewhat. YVeho
e sales 50 bbls Western, supp, sed 21 [; 30 to 40 do at 24];
ifl d Stat6 Prison 24f; and "0 do do at 2oc. *Tm distillers
j, Tf advanced the ra:e for Drudge to 24c, but we hear of no
U^y_-pde supply is ample, but much of it damaged b_\
torn YVe notice sales to-day about 600bales, forship
^" jg a 40c. For the city trad.- 40 a -55c js obtained.
"p'nufjS AND DYES.?At auction to-day 25 bales
Honduras Sarsaparilla, damaged, sold at 17 a23c; 2 cerooons
(jBjleniaI-'? Indigo at 97 a 100, and o kegs Gum Arabic a*
tile all cash
S(Hp--~A sale of 5M boxes Winchester's No 1,20 bars
161b?, ha* b?-en made for shipment at 1 20, cash.
C?PPJJR-- We have to notice a siK- of 200,000 lbs Per;:
&j Pig at 16c. 6 mos.
FISH- -The supply of Cod is I'ffge. w ith .small sales it
*i>a- 3";- Asinall lot of Mackerel ha, been received,
* ^ L? held above the la;: sabs. To arrive, 250 bbls sold on
"row we did not learn. Sales 500 bbls Gibbed Hi rriug, in
Tading all here, and some to arrive, were made at 2 07'.;
^ to arrive, 200 bid. pickled Scale Fish at *2.
SEEDS.?Clover is quiet, held at 8? a 9j. We h< ii ol
jtning doing either in Clover or Timothy. A parcel of
#0 bids Canada Flax Seed, to arrive, was offered at 1 224,
rt bushel, 3 ptf cen*. off f t cash, and probably sold at 1 20,
y per cent off. Canada Seed does not sell within 50 to 7o
twits per titice of American, it not yielding so much oil -
?nerally one gallon less per tierce.
PROVISIONS.?There i? considerable inquiry for Prime
potl but Mess i? rather neglected. Ssulea about 1500 I bis
Prim?, mostly at S10, a portion for export. That price of
feted for 500 bbls more of a prime lot. Sales 300 bbls Me.-s
tt'j0 97$ a 11; 43 bbl>, sold at 7 94. About 500 bbls new
Beef have b-en received, but we hear of uo sales. Some
small lots sold last week have been relumed upon the seller
as tainted. The stock of Old is much diminished, aud the
(Jemand is good. VVt" notice sales 250 bbls Prime at 4 aU,
tud abont 100 do Mess at 6 .Ml a 7 Jo. There is some in?
quiry for Lard, and we notice sab s 237 bbls at 5? a 6 cents.
Butter is in fair demand at 7 a ilc. Cheese is not active.
W"e quote 41 a ?'>, casks, 5 a b':, boxes.
NEW-YORK CATTLE MARKET?Oct. 9.
At maikft, 1450 Beef Cattle, (500 Southern)?30 Cows
lad Calves, aud 2700 Shop md Lambs.
Prices.?Beef Cattle have been dull of sale,aud prices
barely maintained. We quote, as before, 3 5o a 5 60 as th<
extremes. -1000 unsold and 00 taken to Beimuda.
Cows and Calves.?All sold at $15 a $28.
Sheep a.nl> Lambs.?All but 200 taken at $1 a J 25 for
Limbs aud 1 75 a 3 50 a $4 foi Sheep, which is a slight ad?
duce on the highest quotations.
SALES OF REAL ESTATE,
By Anthony J Bleecker it Co. at the Merchants' Exchange,
October 9, 1*43.
The Country Seat late of YVm R Gracie, situated at Ja?
maica, L I, containing about 90 acres.$10,000
I Village Lot at Jamaica, on Washiugton-st, neai
Fulton, 2-'< feet by 130. PI
1 do do do do. 92
1 do on YVashiugton, corner Centre, 25 \ 100. 16
1 do do near Centre do each 28
2 do on Centre.each 25
"How rich, how poor, how abject and how mi Ul,
How complicate, now wonderful is man.'1
The last link in the ch tin of ere itiori aud made the mo
rargorexnor of the universe, and yet with all his varied pow?
ers of wisdom, man is helpless still: some there are who have
stooda< beacon lights, and conf.;io d l.i.tiii" benefits on their
race. It was said of Hippocrates, that the i ourse of his lone
life was but a single action?the relieving of the sick?and its
hissoal but one prevailing sentiment?the love of doing good.
He who can, by deep research aud labored skill alleviate the
puin of human woj has his meed of praise, and the |ieace of
mindi of good old Hippocrates?has exceeded the pleasure of
th? monarch on his throne. Among the numerous discoveries
of the present ace, one has n.nth been made, havinc for its
object thereliefof suffering, disease and pain. Sands's Sar
isPakilla hasbroughl health and renewed vigor to thousands
throughout our Und , who have given ample tesliinonv to it..
ml worth, and *\I those who are still suffering from diseases
of the blood-?vitiations of the humors generally, such asscro
fala or King's Evil, Rheumatism and Incipient Gout, Sail
Rheum ami other cutaneous diseases. Fever Sores, Internal
Abscess, Fistula, Chronic Catarrh, LJIeeratioii of the throat
and Nostrils, ptinful Affections of the bones < hrouic Inflam
miimii of the Kidneys. Female Derangements, GenerafDe
bility and Prostration of tlieSvstem, and various othei mala
diet will, by a timely use of this valuable remedy, be com?
pletely restored to health. To the pour, it is furnished gratu?
For conclusive evidence of its superior value and efficacy,
see certiflctites published in this and other city pa|?ers.
Prepared and sold, wholesale and ietail, and for exportation,
bv A. B. SANDS ic CO., Dmggists, (Granite Buildings.)
273 Broadway, comer of Chambers-street, New-York. Sold
also by A.B. Si D. SANDS, Y> Fulton-Stteet and 77 East
Broadway, comer of Market-street. Piice $i per bottle; six
^etiles for S5. Original documents mav be aeen at our store.
ET** Facts arc stubborn thinss; and it is a fact that Dr.
Covert's Balm of Life is a salutary lemedy for Coughs,
Colds, Consumption, Bkonchitis, DvsPEPsia, Liver
Complaint, Asthma, Crow, YVhoomnc ( ouch, 8tc, il
used in season and according to directions. It is our candid
opinion that it will not fail in om- case out of a hundred. Foi
proof of what is here stated, we refer the public to oui testi?
monials in the hands of our Agents,?which testimonials are
from Clergymen who have been cured by its use, and also
from Physicians of the highest respectability, to whom the
recipe has been freely m ule known.; but the best proof is.
Out all who come to purchase, come recommended ny those
who have used it. We d-o recommend Dr. Fleming's
Medicated YVorm and Diarrhcea Candies is the most
Military remedy in the above complaints of any thiug now
These article^ are sold,wholesale and retail, at Dr. < overt'?
Office, IJj Nassau sr., Clinton Hall; also, by E. Chastney, 150
Bowery; I). Sand; St Co. 77 East Broadway; Coddillgton, 227
Hudsons:.; Hill, 208 Greenwich St.; YYendover; HI Eighth
Avenue; Woo,I, cor. I21st-st and Third Avenue; and of E.
Randall, Jeisey City.
P. S?Depot for J. W. A vie..'black, blue, red,and capyiug
Iaksat Yi'j Nassau street. Uliutou Hall, New-York.
P7" YVright's Ir?i>i w VeGEI Mit y PlLLS are a cure for
the nies. The experience ofa thousand attests to tie ir excel
but effect in tliis dreadful complaint. The above f'ill.s ire a
cheap and most infallible remedy for the above unpleasant dis?
order. They have been used with complete success iu old and
intricate case.s, wlit re individuals had spec! ..t on s of dollars
in medical advice. They are equally .is useful as a preventive,
willn.jure none, and only require a tii il.
^jf* Observe?In order to avoid counterfeits, purchase on?
ly of the regular advertised agents, or at the otlice and General
tve' 281* Oie.'i:\Vich-st.
Oraces devoted exclusively to the sale of the Medicine,
wholesale and retail:?Nos. 288 Greenwich-street, New-York;
r^l?Tremont-street, Boston; .md No. IG'J Race-street, Phi
New- Chemical Dtscovi kv ? \ composition has n ceutly
Kendiscovered foi renov iting and preserving old leather, and
IJ**1"* boot* and shoes perfectly waterprool. Alltliosi who
fvKyrd cooifort and convenience ? ill procure this article and
*^(y themselves of its qualities in softening and removing
*? cracks or Wiste,?, and making old leather new. Carriage
'ot*ai,(lharueoiiit prevents from blistering or cracking . keei>
'ugUie leather soft and pliable. It will double the we,, of
^w?rcajTuee top?, if used according to directions, h i?
so d at 21 Coartlandt-street, by the bottle or gallon.
iJj^At?!*'* Tuberose Shaving Cream.?This article ;s
?miueutlj, calculated to supersede almost every otliei prepara
niine ravin~'' ?? highly pleasing axe its qualities in soft
mmit r"'d?< and luqiarling a whiteness and smooth appear
?nce to the face, hitherto unattaiued by any invention for
fn. iK" [l .imProves with age, whereas it is well known
wapc losetbeir emolient nature, and dry up, causing the ?km
*L,7jVk y actio" of alkali., on the skin. No gentleman
sooui.i be without this ncj>ius ultra, of the tailet; for we con
?a.ra coiHl article for lather as indispensibh as a sh irp laaor.
onS?WST,Xd?! lU' H l" Drcssiug s,loon, 2H Broadway4,
hffiSlc Sold also i? Boston, 13 < ourt-st., by
AfTfMM?The fall of the leaf is ? time when tin- system^
^Jaxed by the heat of summ, r, would be highly benefited b$
?few weeks' cou, ?e of Parr's Like Pili s, two or three ev
W wghtj these will clear off sour and bad humors which
Wat invariably gen, t?te?. The liver, w hid. generally gets
? upgish, will be'put into healthy action, aud thus be nble t.-.
Pwwmthe variousfunctious allotted to it; the body alto
P*erwm be reiuvigorated and prepared to undergo what
change the winter may bring ou.
Sold by all th.. respectable Druggists, and of
?29eodlm THOS. ROBERTS \ CO 304 Broadway.
io the br.g Virginia, from Havaaa-Capt Alexandei Mar
w, Thomas Hudson, A Spaulding.
PORT OF NEW-YORK, OCT. 10, 1843.
MlNLATl'RK ALMANAC?THIS DAY.
p. s,,c- ! The Moon. i Full Sea"
^^07 ; Sets.o 27 , Rises in on., el 10 | Morning. 9 49
. Latest Dates.
pudern.September 23 j Havre.September 17
ywpOOl-September 23 | New-Orleans.Srp't 30
Baikg MonmOUth, Hodgef, Indian Ocean. ) H Jen,.
?*anowna, Sherin, St- Marks, viaKev YV, st, W W Pratt
Bugs Lawrence H Ad ams, Rich. Demerara, Bell \ Y'ose;
Jo* Ham, Currv, St. Peters, T Winniett
r* I' /1, Cadmus, Curtis. Williamsburg; N('. II Caw
J^c* Si Co; Swallow, Shannon, Apalachicola, J Norton, jr;
v'1;, Terry, Savaunah, J Ogden; J Kemptou. Osboin,
n . , Arrived*
h*f/?S V.'r?,ll.u' *'*ruam, 22 ds fm Havana, with suCar, to
Ur.;!.an/- n V? ,n<uler- Sailed in company with bark
^..Gallagher, for Philadelphia. '
toSn^vft' 24 (li & St. Johns, NB, w ith (Uh,
wL?ttn>comb St Beck with
naraUo8^11"8' T^ 4 * WUtaington, NC , with
*Md!kctaKt0t' H4mhor?. 2 days from Virginia, with
Vft??~ i ? Below.
vessels m sight last [evening at fun down.. . .Wind
t*aa""*1 iff mi Iii ^)kiu\tTTiMrrT^rrm_\rrr^i-TTi ii*1iT","m
PictsWorth Knowing.?A positive stay for the Hair
falliii?; out?nr to re-rcr ? if in bald p.'ac*.
AceruincureforaJl lUieumariRm <oi<! swelled Limb', no
A Certain and positrve'ciin for the Piles in alia "ses.
A warnnted cur- for ill Braises: Scalds, and Other Sores;
and Sore Eyes:
A w inanted cure f< r, thi Salt Rhmm.
A beautiful Dye foi the Hair?will not color the skin. M ar.
A certain curf= for < orns.
E?ch ? f those to be had <>ulr at 21 Courtland ,r and at the
Branch Horn*, Corn&tock Sc Ros?t 5? COrnhill, Boston, and
such proofs of these facts is aVill conrince all who will call or
send for them giatis
The public may re-l assured, there is Do fancy in thesi isser
7* Great Fair of the American Institute
at Nibios Gardcxti?The Sixteenth Grand Anniver?
sary oj>ens to the public t:.i? morning *t f* o'clock. The
I Great Sil.on is already One immense B?taar of rich varieties,
and new sjiecimeiis are pduring in. The .visiters through the
day will he entertained with um-v itnpled displays of skill and
genius. At" i:i tie- evening they will be addresse 1 by the Pre?
sident" of the Institute, and at half-past nine entertained by
splendid fireworks prepared bv a memh-r. It
- tarn -
'~ ? Dr. Felix Gpuraud's Vegetable Ronsre
imp artsdelh <'?? I lus! iug riiiL'.' to the complexion; immoi ?
h!w bj perspiration or rubbing with a liuea cloth or Hand?
kerchief, jti cents ;>-r bottle. Where also may be had tlie
celebrated Cream of Lilies for removing dandruff, renderiut;
the hairsilkv and glossy, and gradually ciiauging white ox
red hair to a beautiful blank or dark l>ro? u?50 cents per bot
tie; to be had only at?7 Wilkerst. ldo<?r from the c irnerof
Broadway. _ si I lmis
Dr. Felix fiouraud's Poudre Subtile,
will completely m l permanently eradicate >m- rtluous human
hair from females' upjierlips, the hail concealing a broad and
. I< v ited forehead; the stubborn beard of man; "i any ki'.d oi
suneriluoiis hair. Be sure to get the genuine at the original
office, ?7 Walker-street, oiie door from Broadw ay.
?1 |,-, bbttli?Directions French and English.
Agents?Guthrie, i Maiden-lane, Albans -. Myers, New
Haven ; Brown, 7?. Chesuut-srreet, Philadelphia; Jordan, 2
ii ilk-street, Boston j Gray. Poughkeepsie; * ?r-?-:i. Worces?
ter; Carleton, Lowell ; ? '. Dyer, Jr., Providence.
Can be seen tested before buying; proof positive this, and
no mistake. _'_ eS3 lm
jT^ IiiapOStpl*.?An imitation ol Ba r. *. Trli pherous
jbi tin human II ir.ofilie irilesi and most deleteri.chane'er,
is at present attempted to be |ialmed off on tlie public under the
same name. The man who tn?h> s it. nn ti rids '!i it it is tlie same
as the original: and the. worthless fellow sells .it at one dollar
per bottle, while tlie original and genuine is sold for fiftv cents
pei bottle. Barry's Tricopherbus, ir Patent Medii nod Com
pound . is si cur* ?! by Lettei s Pan nl of the I njti -I St nc .; and
the Pnblic are thu ? protected ag linst arc. indn idu d using the
same ingredients. A I? ?(??r from Washington states that. Bar?
ry's Tricopherous is the only aiticl" of that name foi which a
patent has been eraiited; .m?i no/ope dare use i compound ol
the satii'- materials without subiecring.th?imselvesto punish
ment. Tlie original and genuine cures baldness and
hair; and one application entiiely relieves the head from
scurf and dandruff. Tobeltad at the Wholesale Depot, < 116
Broadway, corner, of Liberty-street, up stairs. s'2'1 lmis
ffr' Wire Window Shades?Manufactured to or?
der, of any size, shape or figure ami handsomely fitted in ma
hogauy fram, s to parlor, basement, otTic- and other windows,
h :11 doors, screens foi public rooms, fctc ?y
LEE tc CO., 18 Ka< tory-street.
These beautiful Sli id( 5, unlike all bdu rs, admit all the air
and light into the room and a perfect view into the street?at
the same time they obstruct the view from the str-rt into the
room and keep musquitoes and other insects out. and arc
very ornamental. ir22 istf
Boarding School?Irving institute
Tarrytbwn; N. IT.?Circulars at 7fi Bowery, N. Y.
jy22 ums WM. P. LYON. A. M., Principal.
0~" Photographic Likenesses, bv the Dagner
n otype Process, 236 Broadway, (corner Park place.) by VAN
LOANS ' o4 lmis
gy* The Invisible "W"is*- >o closely resembles the
n I li?ad if hair that sceptics and connoisseurs have pro
nouueed it the most perfect and extraordinary invention of the
d iy. The great advantage of this v. v el and unique Wis is its
1? tug m ule w itliout sew ing or we iving, w hieb causes its ap
pearani es so closely to resemble th- natural hair,both in light?
ness and natural appearance, as to defy detection, i:.. t< xtur^
b- ing so beautiful, so;porpus and so free, that in all cases of
l?erspirntion evaporation is unimpeded, anil tlie great evils ol
other Wigs entirelyavoidutl. The sceptic and connoisseur are
alike invited to inspect this novel and beanoi'iil Wig, and tlie
peculiai method ol fitting the head, at the manufacturer's, A.
( '. Il 'i ry, H6 Broadw ay, corner of Liberty street, up staiis.
GENTLEMEN'S HATS OK THE PATTERN FOR
AUTUMN, 1813. ARE NOW ON SALE
SPENCER'S 11 AT WARE-ROOMS
NO. iu CHAMBERS ST. '
The kinds and ipi ilities of Hats sold at this welj-kiiov.ii es?
tablishment are as follows:
Nr. Fine Nutria, being of the quality and finish >.f the ordi?
nary Si article. Price JJ-1 25
2d. Saxony Nutria, differing bul lightly from th< former in
rxternal aj?|?caraiice, and capable of almost i rjual Ecrvice.
Price :*j 2S
ltd. Itnitatioii Moleskin, of extraordinary capacity foi ser
vice and extreme ueatueas. Th. ityleof hat worn almost ex
clusively by the Parisians. Price $3 25
Individuals unacquainted with tlie productions ol thises
tablishinenl arc informed that the above articles, though sold
at so decided a reduction from the prices of other inakeisof
repute, me nevertheless prepared iu a style altogether;unex?
celled._ ol Zwis*
Eio;;: ding School? Irving Institut??Report
of the Committee of Examination,
The undersigned having, by invitation, attended ths semi?
annual examination of the Irving Institute, take pleasure in
t ?..tifvmg to its nuinerou ? patrons, and to the public in gene?
ral, that the school contiuuea to merit the extensive and. in?
ert i sing patronage which it receives.
Th- examination has occupied three days?has embraced a
great variety of branches iu'literature and science, and has
betii well sustained by the pupil.-.. Tlie Committee feel tha
tin y would do injustice to their own convictions, were they
to refrain from expressing their confidence in this as one
among the best of literary institutions to which parents can
send their children to be educated.
Although .is a Committee our inspection has extended only
to the mental acquirements of the pupils, yet living as most
of us do iu the immediate vicinity of the school, we know
that tlie physical and moral welfare of the youth are attended
to with much solicitude and faithfulness, and that there
straining influence of family discipline and government, the
great preservation of youthful virtue, is as effectually enjoy?
ed here as theyjperhaps ca'! be from under the paternal roof.
The location of the school too has much to recommend
it. It is in the midst of a most quiet, temperate and religious
community?surrounded by natural scenery peculiarly grand
and picturesque, within the distance of a short walk to
pl aces of w orship belonging to four different denominations
of Christians?w ith opportunities of access from the city
twice every day. Signed
Rev. Gkokc.k Dtjhois Dr. Jus. M. Scribner,
Rev. J. W. B. Wood, Caleb Roscoe, Esq.,
Capt. A. SlidkllMakknzie, Nathaniel Bavles, Esq.
Tarrytown, Sept g9,1H3. o7 4tis
Ou Thursday morning, ftth instant, by the Rev. Joseph
Steele, Miss Caroline M , daughter of the Hou. A. Warner,
of Castle ton, Vt., to Mr. Henry Rathbone, merchant of
Ou Monday, 9th instant, at St. Stephens' Church, by the
Re> ? J. II. Price, Mr. Charles W. Hill, of Toledo, Ohio, to
Miss Elizabeth C, daughter of Walter Titus, Esq. of this
At his residence, in Brooklyn, ou die morning of the '.'th
iust, SamueJ Molt, a member of the Society of Friends, in
the 71st year &f his age.
His friends and acquaintances are invited to attend his
funeral from Friends' Meeting house, cornei of ( lark and
Henry sts, Brooklyn, this afternoon at 3 o'clock.
On Sunday evening, Oct. Stli, Martha M., wife of Janus
L. Miller, in tin- 5-1 th year of her age.
The friends of the family and of her sons. Henry II. and
Joshua Marsden Robinson, and those of her brother, Henry
J. Tim inns, aie respectfully invited to attend her funeral ou
Tuesday, 10th instant, at 1 o'clock P. M. from her late resi?
dence, No. f>3 Chrystie-street.
On Monday morning, Oct. 9th, ?.lr. Charles Titus, who
for foity y ears w is a veteran of the New-Yoik City Watch,
iu the 76th year of his age.
The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully in
vited to attend his funeral this afternoon at 3 o'clock, from
his late residence, Kents' Avenue, near Myrtle. Wallahout,
Saturday morning, Ralph Archibald, igtd 74.
Knda\, Nathaniel M Browu, in his??th.
Friday, suddenly, Abraham Fisher, aged 65.
Friday, of consumption, Mr Francis B\rns, aged 45.
At Frontora, Tobasco River, Aaron Holbrook, of Bath.
Me., of yellow fever; also, Benjamin Sprague, of Boston,
clerk tO Capt. McCage, aged Jri year..
II ARD WARE.
p S. HUBBARD, No. 2 Liberty-street, has in
? store, am! now landing from shins Sharon ard Hndsou,
tht following assortment of HARDWARE, which h*? offer*
lor s-il- to tlie trade on favorable terms:
Anvils of ?? Wright, Wilkinson & Foster's' manufacture.
Hriglit and Cotter Vice.,' Wilkinson's ' manufacture.
' At wood's' bright steel face Hind and Sledc Hammers.
Carolina U?>e., Japaned, half bright and bright t 'a^t Steel.
Tinned Tea-Kettles, Sauce-Pans and Round l'ot?.
Hooks tnd Hinges, bl ick and bright edge, and Plate Hinges.
Butt Hinges, narrow and broad.
, Do ' Clark's' and 4 Baldwin's' patent.
< hauls?Coil, Trace, Log and Halter.
Locks?Rim, ( best, Closet, Plate and Pad.
Screw ?Wood and Square and Flat Bed.
<- urry-C .?mbs-' Veal's patent, all kinds.
Do. 'i arptnter's' patent, all kinds.
a h ket shovels and Spades.
Corn Mil!,; Square and Round Bolts.
Cross-cut Saws; Bed-Keys.
Hat and Cloak Pins.
Spoons-hon, plated and German Silver.
Guns, Pistols, Muskets and Rides.
Japaned lea-Itays md Bmad-Baakeis.
I-ue irons ; Brass ( andlesticks.
Trunk Haiidles and Trunk Locks.
Lron Axle Pullej; Bellows Pipes.
80 bags rose head Wrongfat Xatls._qiq jris
K KWARD.? Stolen, front 104 Greenwich
?,r7e ,' mv^! Ttt Door-Plate. with the subscriber's
name engraved in full. Any-one returning the same to 83
( edar-strecl w ill receive the above reward
iL*_LEWIS B. LODER.
T?r FKP^ subscriber has a ^appiy
J. of John Bell swell knpwn CASES on hand, for salt at
the lowest market prices ' J. s. REDFIELD
pRENCH LIGHT BLUE and DRABCLOTHS,
i for carnage linings. Also, Worsted Damasks and Ratti
nets, lor sale by WM. M. TITUS, 50 Beavw-st. O10 2tis*
HOUSEKEEPING MADE EASY :
OR, COMPLETE INSTRUCTOR
11 all branch** of Cookery and Domestic Economy, contain
inu the must modem ajd approved receipts of daily u?.e iu all
PRICE TWENTY.F1TE CENTS :
Revised and adapted to the wauts of the Laui.f the Uni?
BY AN AMERICAN LADY.
This will befonnd theniost complete, accui ite, 2nd 6imj n ?
hensive manual of cbokerj and Uonseb ild onomy ever pub?
lished. |t embraces all the :n..st recent improvements in the
art, and ?s adapted to the important changes introduced wi h
iu a few years, in consequence of th- physio)' tribal investiga?
tions of Combe; and the chemical discoveries of Liebig aud
other eminent scholars In a medical and hygienic point of
view. this w 01 k i.-, therefore, ill important to every nouse
' 'eper-whOvesires^well-beingoi l?erfamily.
The additions by the American editor are such -;.s to adapt it
perfectly loth* wants oi pur peoplej <*nd much uovel iniorrn
atiou in regard to cookery an 1 the management ?fa household,
will be found ij the work. Its cheapness will commend it to
evi ry one.
For sale at all ti...* de, ots of cheap publications, and by the
BURGESS St*STRINGER, New-York,
Cornel of Broadway and Ann its.
Newspapers who w ill insert the above advertisement one
me, or oouce it editorially, shall receive by mail a copy of
til is valuable household work on forwarding to mir address ?H
i 11 ?; containing tin' advertist merit or noti e.
:: _BURGESS & STRINGER.
r*ui>iisW-<I 1 His tiny, tthi :f i-i.L'
OF HENRY ' LAY, being.the/our?A of the series of Tracts
by ' J; mi:.-.' Price 3 cents single, $2 Su per hundred, or $2fl
per thousand. _ ??
[TT* Interesting and Valuable Honks.
entlv pubhsheil by D. APPLETON 4c < ?>.. 200 Broadway.
T tie of the Vill ige, i 1 which the principles of the Roman
ist. Churchman, Dissentui nid Infidel are contrasted, bythe
Rev. F.E . Pag? t. 3 vols Ifimo, $1 75.
The Wife of Leon aiid othei Poems, by I wo Sisters of the
West, one vol. Umo. St. ,. , . .
Learn to Live, wherein is shown that the lit.- ol C host is
and ought to be ani express."pattern for th* life of a Chnsuan,
bv Christopher Sntton. D. D . one vol. i6mo.,$l..
Th- D. uble Witness of the Church by the It-. r.\\ . J. Kip,
A. M.. one vol IGmo . i"l 25.
A History of Hydraulii ;?l Mechanic Arts; by Thomas
Ewbank, illustrated with I?0 plates, . i ol.?vo., 5i 50,
The Vicar ol Wakefield, by Olivei Goldsmith?illustrated
wiUi: 100 plates, one vol: 8y.. Si 25. i
A Gallop Aiivug Amerii an Si ? nery, by Augustus L. Silli
man, >aie v 1 d. Ifimo, 7j 1 N
The Book of the Navy, 1 General History of the American
Marine, b) Professor Frosfc^illustrated witn numerous plati s,
one vol. l2mo. SI.
Tlie Women?The Wives and The Daiight .. ?f England,
by .Mrs Klljs, in three yols. I2md ,; price in boards25cents.,
<t in cloth 50 ceiin each: ,
The complete Poetical Works of Robert Burns, with Life,
Glossary, &c. by Dr. Carrie, Iv; ISmo, plates, $ I 25.
The complete Poetical.Works of John Milton, with Liir.
by Dr. Stebbins. and Essay 011 his Genius, by Dr. < h tailing,
one vol, l6mo, illustrated, >l -'5. .
The Complete Poetical Works of Wm Cowper, with Luc
by Dr. Stebbins, 1 vol, 16mo, pi ites, SI 50, or 2v. $1 75.
Th.- p,,etic.il VYorks of Sir Waltei Scott, w ith Life, Stc, 1
\"|, l6mo, illustrated, SI 25. .
The Farmers Manual, a Practical Treatise on the Nature
, and Value of .Manure, by H. Falkner, Esq., one vol. Umo, pa
? i?r cover; 31f. in cloth 50 cents. .
Productive Farming, a familiar Digest 0! the Recent Dis?
coveries of Liebeg, Johnstone; Darcy and other, oh \ egetable
Chemistry; by Joseph Smith ; piper cover 3H, cloth 50 cents.
The New Purchase, 01 Seven and a hall Years in the h.ir
West, bv R. Carlton. Esq . 2 vol. l2mo, Si 50.
The Churchm m's Companion in the ( loset, or a I ornph te
Manual of l'n\ it Di votion, collected from the Writings of
Eminent old English Divines, Edited by Rev. Mr. Spinckes,
one vol. 16mo?price si.
The Practical Christian, or The Devout Penitent, containing
the whole duty of the < hristiau, by R Sherlock, D. I'., one
vol I?nrto, price 8?i cents.
The Kingdom of I brist, by the Rev. Professor Maun c?
one vol. 8voi 600 pages, $2 50.
Parochial Sermons, by the Rev. John H. Newman. 13. D.?
two large vols.,' v. S5
Bishop Burners History of the Reformation, Edited bj Dr.
Nanrs,?best edition, 4 vob; 8vo, $8.
Guizot's History of Civilization, third edition. Edited !>\
Prof. Henry?I vol. l2mo, SI. ...
Dr. I.'re's Dictionary of Arts, Manufactures and Mines?
illustrated with 1240 plates, price: $5.
The History of Napoleon, translated from the rfrench, D
L'Ardechc?illustrated with nearlj 500 plates, 2 rol. 8vo.$J.
The American in Egypt, by James E. Cooley, illustrated
with many plates, one elegant volume, $2.
10* English B >oks imported to order by ererysteamer^on
the mos* favorable, terms. _ o9 3tis
PA.Mi'S COPY Kocks, and various works on
J.V PENMANSHIP, foi sale wholesale and retail,.-.: Pub?
lishers' pne. s. by J C. BARNET is I O.
olO 3is* ir.7 Broadway,a jew door, below Courtland st.
A DTSON'S HISTORYOF EUROPE, No. 15
I'V D'AUBTGNK'S HISTORY, abridged; I vol. ISmo.
THE FORSAKEN HOME. By < harlotte Elizabeth.?
ELEMENTS OF \STRONOMY?Designed ? an In?
troduction to the Study: ISmo. For wie by
o!)2tis MARK IL NEWMAN, 199Broadway.
EXCLUSIVE AND IN ADVANCE.?The Pic
Ci torial Times of Sept. 23, wen received exclusively at
the oldest foreign newspaper office. .No. 1 .Ann street, |ier
Great Western. Also. 1 variety of others, including tlie
' 111 1151 rated Sund ty News,' 'Punch.' 'Charles Wilmers
\niericau News Letter,' 1 Willmer Smith's European
Times,1 4s". &c.
N. B.?Persons wanting anj backdates, or any work pub?
lished in England c m ha^ ? them ^"t oul by retui n te oner.
Subscriptions received foi Bell'r? Life, Satirist, Weeklj
Dispatch, Sundav Times Pimch, World of Fashion, Exam?
iner, 4ie. Also, in sale in single numbers
. '.i 3l _[? DOEL. No. i Ann st.
THE PH tVLANX or Journal of Social Science,
di voted to the cause of Assoi iation or a Social Refi rm
and the elevation of tin human race, bj A. Brisbane and (?.
M icdaniels. For sale by S C. Wyckoff, No. 1 Sixth street,
neat the Bowery, opposite Tompkiu'a Market. o" jt ?
CLAV OCAliliS, ATTENTION!?T^i? mem?
bers of the Clay Guard Association are requested to at
teud a meeting of the Association at the Henry Clav House.
To-M?rr?w iWeduesday) 1 reuing at 71 o'clock.
MARK HULL, President.
Hii.vHv S. Rirt-EV, Secietary. 1*
?MERfCAN lXSTlTCTr-J-k^tfi Annual Fair
-X. ,v NIBLO'S.? M- 'iiiiers of the Institute ran procure
their tickets at the Clerk's desk it Niblo's Gardeu daring the
dry and evening. _olO 3
SECOND ADVENT IN IS-13 -Prole^or N*7N.
WHITNEY w ill commence a Course of Lectures 011 the
Second Coming of Christ in 1843, next Sabbath, iStli instant,
?>' ' oustitution II ill, 650 Bro.1dw.1y. between Bleeck.-r and
Bond-streets. Service t.. commence .ii tin- usual hours,?
morning, ifternoon and evening.
Th-:.- w i): be .. Bible Class at '.i A. M., and at 2 P. M.
CA H HIKHS WANTKLfTjl?IKDIATELY, to
form routes for a new Paper, to be cal'ed " The Citi
ikn," devoted to the princij U s and objects of The Amerii m
Republican Parfv ; th- first <?! .-i et imi n numb, r of w hich will
be i<sii.. () on Thursdav morning, from No. 3'J Ann-street.
Apply at the printing 1 tTice, on the2d floor. oio 3t"
ANTED?By a very respectable young >vo
housework. Apply at 128 Broadway. Satisfactory city re?
ference given for iudusti y, 1 ajiability.'&c. &c it*
\A7"ANTKD?A situation by a Protestani young
* woman as chambermaid. Is a good washer andiroiier.
The best of city reference given. Apply at 202 Houston-street,
up st .irs. oln Jf
TX7ANTKD?P>\ ;i respectable young woman a
? ' situation as cook, \n isher and ironer. Also one as ch im
bermaid, w ts!m;g ?.!;.! iron. The best of city references given.
Please call at 1911 Mott-street, front basement. oio 3t?
WANTED?^Ky 11 very induslfi?us Protestant
boy of IG. 1 situ iio.il of any description 111 a privat- fam?
ily, where he w ill m ike himseli useful, and will be highly re
commended lor hOnestv, 4;e. '.>> some of the must resiiect ible
families in this city. Please inquire at No. i2:; Broadway.
N. tf. A home is more object than wages. It*
lATANTED?A situation by a respectable young
* ? English woman as chambermaid or general housework
iiiasin^il private familj. Apply at J8 Pitt st. olO 3t*
TXTANTED.?By an American, a situation as
v 1 ch imbermaid or waiter 01 to do general housework in a
?small family. Apply at U>.'. Houston st. olO 3t*_
WA N TED A PARTNER?an active man?to
?? take an interest in a profitable office business worth
$!20;l per annum. S300 in cash w ill purchase an Ulteiest. Ap?
ply at f? Liberty street, front room. -*>9 istf
OA KD IN COLLEGE PLACE.?A smv?f
rooms with board can be obtained at No. 0 College Place.
pREAP FURNITURE.?A small quantity ol
^ Furnituji tobe sold, consisting of good Ingrain Car?
peting, i.'liairs. Tables, single Maple Bedsteads and B- d
uing. a Sofa, Si.c, new 1 ast Mav; will be sold very low if aj>
ph>d for imnirdi it. lv to ii.C. A. Tribun,- Office. o|0 3T?
STEEL PEN W?REH?1 SK.
No. 167 BROADWAY,
(Bet we e n C ourtland and L iberty-s treets. )
C. C. WRIGHT is CO.'S SUPERIOR BURNISHED
olO_ POINT PENS._3is?
HOOTS AND SIIOES;
A T ' '-ALL' A- Cl L'S, 260 Pearl-street.?Agener
-sAal assortment mav had at the above place. N. B. A 1 t:r
invoice of thick Kip and Calf Roots, just received and will be
sold it a bargain. Brogans in great 1 arietie?. Also Women's
Buskms. Bootees. Slippers, Sec.
Also Hats and dps. Country mercliaiits and others are in?
vited to call and examine. All sold unusually low for cash or
acceptances, by the case or uozen.
GA LE ii CO. 260 Pearl-street,
I02m? U. S. H-vtel Buildings, New-York.
DU. BIRCH'S NEW ALTERATIVE tor the
cur-- 1 1 1 hrouic Ith. um itisni. Liv> r Coin; Iaint. Pains of
the Bones uid Swellings of the Joints, all kinds of Ulcer- ind
Affections of th- -kin ariiing from an impure state of the
Blood. This medicine is perfectly salt tnd pleasant to tike.?
One bottle is generally sumch nt to test its efficacy, and com?
monly fi om one to five effect, a cure. The c- rttneates of its
cures and the reference^ given in the bill of directions w ill
show that it excels anv oth^r before the public for the same in
tention. Price$2pei bottl-, or S20 per doieu. Soldbj the
proprietor at his residence m Dutche*? County, near Patterson
Village, Pntnnm County, and at 2&sDii ision-stre.:t, at the cor?
ner of Grand and Diyision-streets, and also at 183 Brqome
street, New-York. olO ?teod*
OFFICE OF THE ".NEW-YORK A N D EE IE
RAILROAD COMPANY?New-York, October9, 1813.
?At the annual election for thirteen Directors of the New
York and Erie Railroad Company, held on Thursday, the ith
of October insC the following named gentlemen were unani?
mously elected Directors of said Company for the ensuing
David Austen. New-York, Horatio Allen. New-York,
James Brown, do Theodore Deln.n, no
D. A. < ashman, do Matthew Morgan, do
?'. M. Letipp, do R. B. Minturn. do
Harvey Weed, do P. Spoffard, do
F. W. Edmonds, do Johu C. Green, do
Silas Brown, do Wm. Maxwell, Chemnng co
Anson G. Phelos, do A. S. Divan. Allegany uo.
Elijah Risley, Chautau.-iue Co.
And at ?. meeting of the Director*, held on the 7rJi October
inst. Horatio Allen, E.ai. was unanimously elected President
of the Company, vice Wm. Maxwell, E.?o. who declined a re?
election, ott lw WM, M. GOULD, Secretary.
ACARD.?The und^r^iTned Passier? on
board the steamboat WORCESTER at th<- tim- of her
] ?- tccidenl in L.'iur Island Sound, feelingdeeplv ..-mel'tr: CO
Capt. YAN?ERBILT and his Engineer, Mr s.imu-l i ar?
.:. for an energy and promptitudein the discharge of their;
duty by w hich, in human view, oar lives were preserved, hire |
sTest pleasure bearing their te^umonv to the followinc facts:
At thr moment <<i" the breaking of the shaft the Captain a?d j
Mutineer vvere both nearrbe enirine. and nish-d forward si- ;
mnltueoush at the risk of their lives to u hook the ecceu- .
trick; the Endneer arriving SrH KI thrpoint unhooke i it, I
thus preventing the ste-m from rushing shrpugh the cylinder j
(the bottom c f which was broken by the codCJ&swn) into the j
main cabin. , .
An accident precisely sirnilai in character occurred on xnXx* \
the South America som- years rince. when the neglect to per
form this duty caused the IcWof many lives.
?*We would therefore tender to < <.;?', Vni'l-rbilt and Mr.
Cartel our In utfelt thanks, wishing mem sflthe happiness
which duty faithfully performed can c< nter.
Be jamin G. Fey, Baltimore. A. D. Cha e, Saaton.
John P. A'leti. M-nchester. < reo. Ack rm-i. N Burgh Mo.
H. Wris'it, Liverpool. J. p. Evans. Jr.. Worwich.
Frederick Hovej. Eastford.Ct.J l-. F. Bishop, N. London.
Capt-J- H. Tonne, Boston. H. fhnma*, Norwich.
\. W.Curter, Ohio. Wm.Sterne: &!>ondon.
a W. Bei ton, B .-t:n. C Crrbin, Jr.. Windham.
R; J. Nichols. Georgia. J Lawrence N. London.
J. J. McKay, Mass. E. F Philips, Homer, N. Y.
J R Lowere. Phibdelphia. A. Wells, N. London.
E. L. Nln irs,.Ronoiiville. H. Williams. Augusta, Me.
S. A. Pierce; Boston. V.". sicrcsr, N" L nndon.
E Crehore, do. G. P.>hears, JTJavam (all*.
Geb. F. 1!. W?rcester. A. Clylia, Aj*alachic< .'. VU.
Kdvr. Emera n. Boston. L. L>cka>%Wilkmsnnvi!li%Ms
J... Murray. N. Hampihire. W: W. Parker. Albany.
H. Brown, N. London. L. Covill, N. London.
Hiram Pirker; S Woburo. ''.Marker.
H. II. ( ti.!se_ Biitini?,e, M;-? D.C/Shear*,Chenaruroco
I Boyden. Worcester. Misi Setmliw. Parpons Boston
B. L. Harden, do. Miss Elizabeth CHi9ret do
I ipe N E.Jenkins. Boston. Mr. 1. M Crehore, 1 :
E Iwin Rqbii soutBro iklyn.Ct^'iss Lucy Frost, do
H. A. La imer, N. London: Miss M. Put mm. do
J-A Pope, Millbury, Mass. Miss F Flmtofr. do
A DRUG STORE FOR. SALE?^iturted in
- ill.o- iv ! ,-. Has hi >n established a number of years, is
handsomely luted.up, md doing agood business. Toauv per*
sou abuut to engage.in the business, it Uah opportunitv that
rarely oci urs. For furthei [larticulars, apply at No. 2 is Grand
^U''KKA!Al.Kis WHO W?KK Kofi A LIVING
J. ?Tie' Undersigned, (mowing that ther? ar- many worthy
persons, both male and female who, for the. want of meitusi
ire under tlie necessity ot wttnessnnz the decaH- and rojvef
their teeth, is willing to prrfoYm for them any dental opera?
tions they may uee>l at one-half his usual prices'. The work
shall be.do.hejusl i> well as it Jon..- for those jfho are w;alfhv.
To those who are ij easy circumstances, his charges are mod?
el ite; By this distinction, the Idwaiess of pric. on the ."n*
part is made up tiv w |. u ( ,| | on i|?. other. The w.ok ..lull
!.cureii;in thebesi style. SAMUEL B- SMITH, Den?
tist. 115 ('I.ambers st., i few doors below Church si. o"0 3ris*
MIL WiLLlAMS, tlie"Kii*iTU!i Oi-uiist. bt-ini
now nearly 7j years old, and feeling the inilrrauie?>of ase
fast coming iipoii him, i> very desirous i , relinquish hisprac^
tice as aa oculist in tlie U. Sr...te?, aud his plans for supplying
the blind ami deal m ith n niedies lor the cure ofsucli diseases,
to > ouuger hands; thi refore he announces his reidmess t<> sell
all his remedies by p.-i^ ite contract in 9rder. if his health per?
mits, tii return to England. They consist ?'! r*batconstitutes
his numbers I, 2, >. 1,5, c>. 7. n. r>. which are now iii ifcbbound
ca?ks; and tlvise p>r the cure of deafnessare secured in bor/les
About 2,600 p !c'..-r. ire.-now ready for sale and delivery*. Each
packet contains ample instructions for everycase, a circular,
and its ? his recent publication entitled " Evsry Man his Own
Oculist." To the above will be added a large quantity of cir
cul ms, md twenty copies of the aforementioned treatise, pub?
lished byM . W. in 1810. All his remedies ar-' worthy of
die ittcnti m of merchants from the South and West now in
this city, and he intend: to sell them so as to enable the pur?
chaser to realise from one to three hundred per cent, and then
to sell them cheap. Any centleman desiious to make him an
offer, or to have an inb . ?? iew with him, may obtain it by ad?
dressing i letter. | !-;.aid. for him, to the care ot the llev.
Mr. Harrison, 4 liatwl House, No. H Thompsonst. NewYork,
orfor him to the care of Dr. Dooltttle, ZliCenuest., when
Mr. W. would appoint an interriew. Proofs of immense
numbers of cures rrlay bV obtained eratis of Dr Doolittle, who
will gladly answer any questions, and sell either No. of tuck'
'?t.s for ..al- at i reduced price. . plO 3t*
B R1 STOL'S SA RSAPARtLLA.
BRISTOL'S 'SA K SAP A R T LLA is nol one of
those mushroom quackeries, built upon no other and no
better foundation than false statements, purchased pftffery,
and deliberate misrepresentation : and hence while a dozen
oi ui Ore of those medical meteors hive shot up, blazed, md
gone out forever, it lins been slowly but constantly risiirg in
reputation, until now t; the end of nine years, its celrbritv
is almost w itlidut pn cedent, and yet rest.*, as every thing val?
uable must o.st, oil the solid and substantial basis of long tried
and severely tested merit and worth.
The asto lishing cures th it have been performed by this me
Jicini? ui 1 m ire n markable have never been chronicled?are
neither apocryphal nor.exaggerated, as the reader^ if he *vill
r-.ke the tTOtible to ascertain, either by personal visitation, or
written in rttiry, will be abundautly satisfied. Such investiga?
tions are constantly solicited by the proprietor, to whose ad?
vantage they cannot but tend, because the statements of cures
will bi thus found to hi con firmed.
1' t by poin t, inch by inch, step by itep, for nine long years,
I is this inedicine heen working it. vv.'.\, bj the sl*?w but cer?
tain pi igres ? of a natural and easy course, up the ascenl of pub.
lie fai qi. until ils present reputation has bi en attained. That
it is -till, and w ith vastly increased rapiditv giowinc in the
pul lie estei in, i. one of the best evidi nee-, th it r mid be ad?
duced in favor of iu intrinsic and genuine w'orth ; for. had it
not possessed an inherent and reil value, it must have long
dnci link into n- glecl and i ont mpl ; n" imp"-'nr.-.and es|? ?
. iaih nl n medical IrinJ, where detection is so easy, could long
maintain a con iderablc ascendancy over the public mind.
Temporary success may indeed attend a hold and ingeuious
humbug bul months will icarcely elapse before the cheat |s
discovered, and the ha?< speculation put down. Nine years is
al least too long fbi a hoax to live.
11 <?! there nol h- en a i itality, a life, a truth, in thi Gosfiel of
oui Sai ior, i In i ?tianitv musi liave perished in its infancy.; f. t
nothing ?hon of truth i tu overcome the determined opposition
of jealous), prejudice, envy and hate, with w hich every new
thing is encountered. There is force m the same remark ap?
plied [to this medicine . I if, severely Mied as it has been, un?
less it did really pos sess tiie virtue claimed foi if. it could not
have survived for a lingle \ car.
That Bristol's Sarsapariliahasbeeninusefor nine years, that
it ha* wrought many most surprising cures, that it ha.s never
once failed of producing the wished-for effect, that it has tri
I umphed over the worst cases and answered the severest t;sts,
thai itl is >ti ..illy nid continually increased m reputation,
that itha secured thee imm end ations of the press, the approval
and ? idorseineni .d't!:e medical faculty, and the good opinion
of the mosr intelligent and estimable men of our rime^adv u.
r.j-s which no other medical preparation Ins, and which none
c -:i have unless itj * due is unquestionable and established
upon the just experience of years?are fack affording pretty
good security for its worth and usefulness; sufficient,at least,
to justify i fair trial of the medicine, when the best recom?
mend ition and proof of it merits and efficacywill be afforded
by its own operation. The patient can have no better evi
dem I- than this?the proprietor derircs uo other.
For sale by reput ihle I)ruxL-i?to aud Agents throughout the
i ITV AGENTS rOR THF. 5ALE OF EltlsTOL's SARSAPABILEA.
William Burger.vvholesale agent, 50 Courtlandt st and at
retail at the foil >w iug pi ices: J. C. Morrison, lull Greenwich
stie.-:; Milhau's Pharmacy. No. 183 Broadway; Rnshton,
110Broadway,and 10 A-r... House, Ja?. Syme, M. D.GJ Bow?
ery*; and John Syme,30 Fulton st ; Roheit Legiiett, M. 1). 17
Avenue.D; B. Qtiackenbush, 709 Greenwich st; A. Hill, 207
Gre? n'wii h >t; J. J. Coddiugtou, comer of Springaud Hous?
ton street; D.H. BurtMett. Third Avenue, comer of Eiifhtn
.:; Philip Merkle. \:A Grand street; Daniel ? Tucker, :m
irroid st.: E. II Tripp, MO Division st; and at Bowvry;
J ; ii B. Hart. 348 Grand, corner of Norfolk st; S Morrison,
200 G.uwichsr; N. Cromwell's; 28-1 Grandst; Smith's Med?
icine Store, Xi" Broadw ij ; J. LeCSett. 177 Houston street; A.
McClaury's, corner Division and Eldridge. streets; Drugstore
cor. Broome aud Suffolk st..
Henrv Buel, 53 \'ork st, Jersey < i:y.
I. G. R ? I, U3 Fulton st. Brooklyn. L. I.
J. Crumble, cor. B ivery.and Fourth st. olu ImeodD&W
BRITANNIA WARE, BRITANNIA WARE.
tTST R.EChr\rED AND FOR SALE?A com?
plete assortment of Dixon Son Britaunia ivare in setts?
also a variety of Hardware of all descriptions. For sale at
?>...',: ..wo-!. ..i. .iOHN JAMISON. 03 3tis
PLANT STANDS? PLANT STAN?.S !
F ALL PATTERNS?Wire Plant Standsfor
Wiudows, squar md half circle, all sizes. For sale by
i 3tis JUIIN JAMISON; 255i Greenwich st.
STEEL FIRE SET.
JUST received, a complete assortment of Steel
Kire Sets, all patterns, for sale cheap at Ik) Gmenwich-st.
bv_o"Jtis_JOHN J A MI SON ?
FRENCH EVENING CLASSES?Mr. Lefeb
\..-1 ikes pleasure in announcing to the public that he has
,-e ojiened hu d nl> ev-niii^ classes lor the season. He is now
org inizing i ui w on?. < rentlemeu wishing to join are invited
to etil at his I lass Rooms, 522 Howard st.
N. B. Mr. L. will give private lesson, from I to 6 o'clock,
daily._o5 atiseod' '
PRIVATE SCHOOL FOR BOVS?IJnder the
care of Rev. C. D. JACKSON. A. XL 2ia Green street,
near Waverley PI act.?The F^ill term will commence on
Monday, September L?The design of this School is to k'ive
t.> i-very small number the means of a thorough and accom?
plished education preparatory to (."ollere or business, uuder
the iiersonalinstruction of the Principal. Circulars contain?
ing teams references, Stc. c.ui be had at the house.
pHINA. ?iLASS ANlJ e AIL Tri L N - W A RE. ?
Vj NEW (iOODS AT LOW PRICES.?.The subscriber
would call attention to his extensive assortment of new and
desirabh articles, comprising the best patterns of Breakfast
md Dining-W i e; T< i Sets, extra in finish and quality; Cut
and Plain Gl i ss, 6f. ' '<? ods sold foi ca ih only.
PEL. P. t'AGE.
, - 2weodis*_17 C.ahari;.t.. near Chatham Siju.ire.
?Tk\tlI-: MEN'S CLOTFIlN'ti CLEANED,
VT Renovated and B^pairtdjOnreasonable terms, and with
h. H- LEvETT; G John st, n^ir Broadway.
I ?ST OFF i XOTHLNG takeu in payment or purchased
CROTON INKS.?These arricie-3 are wiirrunied
to re* in ad van < e ol all other inks now in use for brilliancy
of color, tiit* ease and freedom, with which they flow from the
pen. consisting^of all the duTere'it kinds now in use?black,
blue, copying, intelible, red and carmine, warranted not to be?
come thick or mouldy in anj < limit.?manufactured expressly
for steel i>e:is. A large assortment always on hand, neatly
boxed for exportation. Druggists, stationer., and dealers ara
invited to call and examine, ^ they will be furnished with
specimen* gratis. L. FRANCIS, Mann fact arering
Stationer, 76 Maid?n lane, and No. 1 Liberty-street.
T?TLNUOW SHADE DEPOT. No. 7 Spruce-st,
\v The subscnte.'rs invite the attention of the public to
their splendid assortment of Decorative Window Snides, all
having been got up with sreat care, and warranted to please.
Shades panned to any lantern or size.
The assortment const-ts of splendid American Landscapes,
'tali? do. Wild Vignettes, French Scrolls. Vignette and Ro?
sette Centres, Scriptural Views. Fancy Sketche.;, and Gothic
Landscape Centres, Ttntern Abbeys, Moonlight Views. Su.
Stc. Sign Banners and Decorations done in a style not to be
surpassed by any other establishment.
Southern and West-rti Merchants supplied w ith anv ouan
tity. (s23 lmis)_BARTOL ac DE MAUN Jf.
FRESH STOCK FALL GOODS.?Boots?Shoes
and Bro^ans? The subscriber has now on hand, about
5C00 cases, comprising all kind* usually found in wholesale
stores, among which may be found
12?0 cases men's thick pegged Boots
800 " " kipp " "
750 " call " and sewed Boots
125 " boys thick and kipp
550 " " " and *'Brogaas
lieo " men's " M " ,r
Also, a large and extensive assortment of ladies' and child?
ren's Boats, Shoes Gaiters, Stc. with 5<W dozeu sailor Hats.
MUuy of the above goods are on consignment and must be sold
to pay advance*. Purchisen are therefore particularly iuvitetl
to call aud exaininr, beforejiurchasing.
C. H. CARPENTER, 131 Water-street
auil3mi5 Comer of Piae.
AMERICAN MUSEUM, SERIAL GARDEN
-Li AN D F AfR.?Corner of Broadw ay and Ann street. T.
T. Barnum. Mariager. ._
RETURN of GEN. TOM THUMB.
th. in sliest of a'l dwarfs, who u Eleven n'"T"^ ow,
Twentv-llvv l>:ihej high, ?ja?! wrigh? only r.> POUND-! ha*
returned tohisoW juaitr.s. and may ire ?ra ivety da, aa>:
? veniuc this week.
h D~R. YALSNTTNE,
The ecc^ninc dVITnoator f different character, rs ?r.v med an>:
wfl7?77*n his wtlole budget of ??kaliries, whims, seraj *,od?
dities, xc .... , ,
\kn eii'-uc'"^ uv thij week only,
s^enpid moving dioramas.
( ONTX I.GRATrON OF MOS? OW
the teto grandeur of which can bo exceeded only by the
^v'-'wM COhE. the wonderful Chhi?*" Nondescript,
with his DOG BI LY, who sines dan.e, <ou j-rrl r:n; a m
riety of feats, which astenish every beholder.
Miss ADA !R. the ch irnurrc Vocalist
M? u. I i. SKERM A.N. th- . 0| nhu B til id Sing ?:.
C1T l BRASS BAND, of twelve muticiaus.
Fancy Glasa Mowing. The PERPETt A,L FArR is open
to <|l ruiters of the Museum without extra chart**.
Gnud, per form nice* <-rv evening it ?i o'clock. j':d >> ed
ii.-s.! i7 i'ud S iturday afternOOfto at j.
i^tdinjMtoli 10 the whole 25 cents-children* under ten years
halt pi.>-_ ??9
PEALE'? JfBW-Y?iliv M?SE?^ 5 c'v ?
COMPETITION DEFW&fWmd* upon Wo\
The most astounding Curiosities' m li>t World, an lam*
?All FOR ONE SHlLLl i
CASPER fLtTSSER, tin Wild Boy of the j?W-Half
Man HaltMonkey?ca* fjnjf feet, no hands?possi-SS** the
power of speech, vet walk " ?>-??? sB-foura
Also engaged. Mr. C. JENM x o 0t% n'mir.-d Ten. r Sillg'
er, Drollerist, and Delfneator of Yankee fmraeter, n'trivalled
9aua[p fi ner, ate. Also the Ncgm Muistms/*bo will iatn -
di IIt 3''* nh-i - -of tin ir new and original Songs'; Put ?>, K?
j trains, and .e "i-a;-:. ^accompanying themselves die
I Bine Castanet*, Ba?r/> Tambonne, tvc. Miss Adair,-iS?
! charminigi*?tigstre*s. La t 'v.< ?rirn.ithe graceful ilauseu***.
i Tlw celebrated Ft'D-GE MElv.N. AT*?md MO, 0 otlu i en
I Performance in the Lecture Room to commen* So'clock.
Afternoon entertainment on Saturday at .i o'clock. ?vl
: VA'i'I'CNAL PAINTING.?The E VJ BA !; tv.'?
-> TION OF THE PILGRIM FATHERS from Delft
Haren, 'tainted by HOBT. W.WEIH forthe Rotunda of tin
< ipirol .it Washington, will be opeu for exhibition Oct. Id.
far n short time only, atthe NAT I ON A I. ACADEMY of
.DESIGN Bro idway, comer of Leon ird-street.
(dmiftauCe'&criitSf Season Tickets ?0 cents; Cat logues
Kl cents*. .
Open froni 9 M. flfl M. s^? -'WIS
fiOtiERS'S O YMNASli'V. N<w. 15- 17 and 111
it Canal'Street.5?Tili?splendidestaSlisnrWmt i; m?w op.-n
forthe retfeptfon of lfu'p?s fmm 6d'clocft, A. Nr.. mifH P.
M, The great benelst derived' from the useof Oijinreastic \
ercises by all whose emplovgnSnts are s'edent ry rs begruniug
co!be.-ippreci.stet! by the public. The,.- ete.i ises ai> in tact
illdispeilSabll' to those W hos? empli-% im-uls or .sln.lies
tl.en to sit or stand in a stooping position, thereby causing'
pain in uTe ehest, round shoulders, an.I .soin^ti'r->'? W'eaku^sS ?!
Book-keepers'and sT^dfrnts, also parents and guardmns of
boys, are particularly invitcil !o call and view this GyUftf*
siuin,,which will be found the ttoVt cOni|Wete '?!;-? in tin
?cuciiig and Sparring taught by an < i] ? ii aCed ?id lOmpe
t'tit Pro'l >*-r on l-r*ero1 terms.
Shower Baths r*.."fcE.to subscribers. of Itt '??J
H?BUK ExV.?Increased aitracuons.---Free In?
strumental f'oncerts. at the rsVilioh of th- Elysian
Fields every afternoon. A superb Brass iTanu w 11 be in at?
tendance on the lawn in front of the Pavilion....,,! perform a
va'iety of new ami popular airs, overtures, marches, dsC.
This additional novelty to the far-famed beauty of its seen
erv cannot fail to increase the pleasure derived from a visit to
this verv favorite resort.
Tre terry b.-i.ats ply to Hoboken from Barclay, Oanal and
Christopher st reers. Fare only 6i cents; au7 is
HPABERNACLE?Thursday, 1 o'clock.?Doctor
J. Lardner informs the public that an injunction having been
served noon him, arising out of an alleuged claim existing
against the Late Proprietors of the Plaiietariufh, the Lecture
anuonnced for this evening must he postponed for a few days,
until tin legal proceetlings necessary in such case, ran be tak?
en. Due notier will bv given of the commencement of the
r]^AKE NOTICE.?Mrs. WILLIS, the lady
-l that gives informoti"ii on futnre event; and what is just,
can be seen at No. 2Sj Elizabeth sr. ten doors from Houston,
near Bleedter,- till the last of October only, as then she will
l^ave the City. sW (mis*
BEACON COURSE TROTTING.
I TKTEDNESDAY, October 11 th, at I o'clock pre
V ? cisely. Purse S75. Two mile heats , under the .saddle
Vi'-o for horses thai never won ^ purse owr Sat)
W in ia.m Whelan entersb. g.GEO.WASHINGTON.
II. Wooor.ru " b.m.SARAH.
G. Scii" v r " b. .- STRANGER.
Geo. Vande-nburgh " b. g. WM. TELL.
C. I uiman " JOHN AN I) hi RS ON
After which a match foi S500. Two mil" heats, in wagons
C. Bnm%f. br. m. ISADORE. and
Wm. Whelan's b. g. FULTON.
Immediately after, nurse SSo. mile heats, best three in five
in wagons. Free for horses that nevei won a purse.
'*. Carman enters I?. m. LADY WIGGINS.
D.Abbott " b. m. NORTH STAB.
S.McLaughlin b.m. I.ADV TO.MI'KINS.
H. Jonks " b. g. BLACKBIRD.
Geo. Spicer " b. g. STRANGER.
Persons having entered horses foi the above purses will pleas'
beon the ground in time/as the horses w'ill be called up pre
ci..e|y ar tin tune adv.-rtised. ? 1. 2t'
WOOLENS! WOOLENS !! WOOLENS!!
JOHN DAVOL at his CLOTH ESTABLISHMENT.
Nu. 50 .Maiden Lane,
T^7'01TLD respectfully invite* the attention of pur
v v chasers to his well-selected assortment of Woolen Good:
idapted to the fall and winter trade, consisting in part of supei
black, brown and green French Broadcloths ; wool black, in?
digo- blue,invisible green, woaded brown, Oxford mixt and
cadet tnixt English and American Broadcloths, embracing
Common, middling, line and superfine.
F. BioUey et Fils superfine jet black Doeskin and lingl*.
inill<-tl Casstmeres. the most beautiful article manufactured foi
gentlemen's pantaloons, warranted never to change Uieir colo
or loose ttieir lustre.
Super wool black London Cassimeres: fancy, plain, plan
and mix' Cassimeies and Doeskins; til Wools and Satinets
blue and black and fancy colored Shepard and Gala Pl aid.,
Vestings, together w itli a great variety of Tailors' Trimmings
Buttons, Bindings. ?cc. which will be off-red at the lowes
prices by the piece or yard, at DAVOL'S I loth Store,
o'i 2uu's _ No jo Maiden Lane.
COAL SCUTTLES, COAL SCUTTLES.
A LARGE assortment of Coal Scuttles, Cindei
XJl Sifters, Shovels, Sheet Iron Ash Barrels, ate. at 2x>:
Greenwich ^t.. for sale by
o93tis JOHN JAMISON
CHOICE TEAS ?A fine selectionol choice ant
fragrant. Teas.just received from the last sales at auction
now ordered at the lowest cash prices Young Hyson at 2s am
in j a fine article at 5s; extra fine at Rs, which vtill compan
with who i- genera.I) sold at SI: also a good article uf 01?
HysOii at (?: Hyson Skin. e.;ual to any in the city, at if, I.n
perial and Guupowder at6saiid 7s; the finest Oolong, Sou
ciiong and Mohea Powchong of the Charleston's cargo; -^L?
the celebrated Howqua Mixture at the reduced price of 7s
boxe* of 20 lbs at a still farther reduction.
The public are n- pectfully invited to call and examine be?
fore purchasing elsewhere.
Oh! Java Uoiree, fresh roasted and ground daily, at 11 peuc<
Also a complete assortment of Suears.
A. JOHNS I ON. Tea, Coffee and S..glf Deiler,
?6 lim?" -;1 Bowery, corner of llayard-srreet.
SUPEKIOH OLD PnKT WlNE A: BRANDY,
Stc?The subscriber ? (Ters for sale very su|?eiior Port
Wme. in glass and on draft?also old pale Cog. Uraudy.
Old Madeiraand Slierrv, in glass and in wood.
Fine Hocks, Clarets, Burgund ys and Saulerne?, in cases ol
one dozen each. Apply to GILBERT DAVIS,
sit istf Vj Pine street, corner of William.
RL. 6c A. STL'AK-T, 285 Greenwi?,*!!, rorner
? of Chambers-street, are constantly manufacturing by
st-am, and have now on hand a large assortment of Candy,
of snuerior quality, suitable for the Southern m?rk-t.
This Candy being made from Refined Sugar, w ill keep in a
warm climate harder and dryer than any made from raw su
gar. o7 tmis
REAL ESTATE AGENCY, No. J3 limTlfj
Douw's Buildings, Albany, N. Y.?The undersigned of?
fer theii services to th-public as Aueiits fc>r the purchase, sale
and exchange of Real Estate; for the transaction of business
connected therew ith in the public offices in Albany, such ar,
the recording of Deeds, pavrneiit of taxes, obtaining legalized
copies of public records; for the management of the property
of uon-resident owners, and the transaction of business con?
nected with Real Property general!\.
Ow ners of Farms and Western L uids w ill find it for their
interest to register property they may w ish to dispose of at this
Projierty advertised in the Albanv papers at half the usual
Communications (post paid) will receive immediate atten?
Rkkkrknces.?Thomas Olcutr. Post. Mech. and Farmers
Bank, Philip Pheljis Fsq., De|). Compt , Hon. Daniel Cady,
Albany ; John b. Miller, Esqt. Utica ; Henry Yates, Esq.,
John C. Bergh^ 2.i Merchants' Exchange, A. S. Depeyster,
Sec. Hudson F ire Ins. Co., New-York.
s2n 3rnis A. ELLISON it CO.. Albany. N. Y.
CHEAP FOR CASH.
T^HE subscriber would respectfully invite Mer
J- chants and Milliner-, to call and examine his stock of Mil?
lineryGoods, at No. 95 Beaver-street, (one door from Pearl
street, and first street below Wall-street.) He has taken great
pains in selecting his goods to have them of the most fashiona?
ble and desirable styles, and VERY CHEAP. He believei
his assortment to be the best selected of any in the city, and
embracing almost every article in the Millinery lint ; and as
he buys and sells fur cash, they cannot help being cheapesr.
The reputation he already has, of selling Millinery Goods
cheaper than can be bought elsewhere, he is sure must be an
inducement for persons to call before purchasing. He attend!
the auction sales daily, to avail himself of the bargains thai
may offer, and in turn to give them to his customers.
,, , a L- M- STEVENS.
Ncw-iork, September 12,1813. ?12 imis
F- RANCIS'S "HIGHLY IMPROVED MANL
FOLD WRITER.?This article has now been befo?
the public but a short time, and has gained a reputation be?
yond parallel with any thing ever known, and the many thou?
sand copies daily in use is a proof of the high favor they havj
obtained. It has entirely taken the precedence of the Copyinl
Press , and many of our merchants, after paying from ?26 tc
Siofor a Press have laid them aside and given the Manifold
Writer the preference, finding them to be neater and more <*x
peditious. The Copying Books ?ue done up in a variety ol
sixes, the paper being ruled or plain, varying in price from si
to $5. Businessmen and merchants who study economy, will
please call and examine the article, and we will guarantee Out
it will recommend itself more than a column of advertising.
Strangers visiting the city are cautioned against buym^rom
itinerant vendersou board steamboats and at hotels, selling s
worthless articJa for a few shillings, at the cxr*?"? of this
truly invalnable article. Seid wholesale and remil bv
L. FRANCIS, 76 Maiden lane,
jy3* tf U Juactioa Liberty-street
B? . ..,,-J0*I*>, R'chsrd*. Aortiosi?r.
\ HAND'S. RICHARDS & PLATT ?Store
WEDNESDAY EVENING. Oer. I?.
At , o clock, it th- auction room.
BotfXf Ql ii?TTTl*| -Aj, fx'rt?,?e as-crnm-: of valua?
ble Standiwd Book* ix-hool An,\ Cubical Books, BiuL-s, itc.
iu quantities to *ail dean rs and "then.
Among them w '0 ToddV J<shn?r>.x m?,) Walker's D:c?i?n
ary;8rp: '0 ?;?t *no Bibb?; W- McKenzie'* yo R_cip.?: 16
i hristian Psalmist; ?GilliV? G-e-ce 8v.v. 5 Natura'itt's Li
hnrv, jvo, morocco; 10 KVk W'hire'* Wo-k*. ???, c'oth: 10
Tragedies of the>'eas: 101 hatles be TwellihvlO Staksm*?*
W ik$, r df; :-> P Ignin's Progress. l2mo; 8 Heads of h Pro
pie Bvo; a '?:?. . Lamtoa-'s Works, 5???; # Maishall's Spelling
Book*; 5 ? ?*n..\ Poems, 12mo; WvoUof Novels: 5 Bio
iphical Dictionary; 10 PafeV's riiilo*ophy: 5 IlitrhcoekH
Gsolocv, 2 v.ds. ,nM,io. t*. lb?!?.? .:??"> Arils, foil ; IM Hieb?
lieu; 109 Simsen 0?u Bo- k; 10. Jone*'Philosophy; dJicob's
Or>-?k Reader; ri Phelr*1 Philosoph . j Ten Thousand \W-t;
: 200 Donaldson on Medicine, Jvo, b *ruV; S Comstoek1? Che
mi?tr) . I" L< veil's Child'*B >ok,20 Colburn'*Fitst Lessons;
10 v ews'Luin Les?ooii* Vustin* Wt>rto 8vo; to ftur*
11 j ?> Geographj. Doarto Bibh*. extra No. t Phim-ey'sedi?
tion. ... ?
A'so, il'r^-e invoice of Sfadwry. including upwards of
0,00" Qu.IN, yi nests of Barks imiiK -i B ^r?L;Jd ien bovs
Domino--*; hi doreu Phe*]?'English Ink, R**ve?s Water f"o
lor*: 12 dote 1 Glass Ink Stands; n Reams . f Goodwin's Let
t.-i Paper?; H? srroce of Steel Pen? rarioiu.rotten?; iuilbi ot
Red Sealing War, v ?:i.>u< on ?ntilii
-RIDay EVENINGi OcL 12,
ffflojrsKLi m's Stock?An esteiuive*?ortm? t of School.
Cla?sicai and MisceRaneoiis Books, ?ml Stationery?bewg
part if ?e) stock of a Book seller.
A I fRIV ATE SALE.
13 v ia t?es ot the V w-Y6tk Price Current and Shippujj
List, from 182? W WM1 mclusivi folio, b mud
C \- fohu P. Coachmoo, Auctioneer.
\ JfeS IG S bi G'S SALE ?>F HA? DWA R E?This
Day, Tugsdcv Oct. 10, it to o'cloc' ?t me Franklin
S id - R ? >m, ? Criatham to. t, up ^tair?, will W + l i a 1-n.v
!. isso iment rilt'<*vei?-l House Furuv.hing;Artiules,eon
f siting of Kiives i'd Fork*, Lamps F?re >e*u. Screens.
' . .vi 1 nrlary, C in Sfe*i icks, Irwn Ket?l.-s. &<?. ALo. U
bor^J rTfKHi: Sand. In^'ifftts Saw Frame?, lot Chissel
' . i 'r*uh RivetsvStc.
Wanted, 1 rVtwdiately; two cider ?- ..-e*, -d two sofa
! tnvk-is. AppU <? ib..v-. _ QlO U*
Win VT- Shirley, Auctioneer.
n?^NA.GLAtS. EaRTHEiS WARE, LAMPS'
&c.? H'v>.rsday, Oct. lifth, l? oVlock, at the aucribn
room, No. II P5?lr?*t.?Ca'aioeuiesasa o? a larg-? ai?< ircneial
assortment of blueprinted, edged, C C, 'ipf. Dourbpu sprig
tnd fancy dinner, t-.V cofres and tratet w*iv, ?tone jugs
French china, cut, plant, -t?.s.Hl md fancy glass w ?r.-. -atrsl
lamp.-, cut shades, 3d patent s'd.- ?nd a ra icty of ^tho^
Is sold in trade. Lots on a ;~**<\\t t floor months, olflftis?
I71JJRN1T?RE NOTICE?Stilb He-rf^te-ads, ?5tc.
P V COLTON would inform ill vfW aw in: want of Fur?
niture of iny description, tliai he is prepened to furuiah, <nd
has constantly on hand a very 1 t.e .is>.irts,v..;. meluding
F1; ? ? "'s Patent Sofa Bedsteads, which for simplicity, dura
? bilit*-andecotsomy:An witliout llwir eo.UAl. The public arc
I iiivite?! tO Call and examine them?also, all ot:>er kinds of
Sofas ilway * on hand.
Time breaking up housekeeping or wishing to s?%Jl ill or
; auv portion of their Furniture; will find a ready sale by wad
ing i line or railing upon the Mibscriber.
1 S ile'i by Aaetion faithfully attended to.
i awffistf F. COLTON, 113 Fulton and 34 Ann st?.
DENTIST?A. McTLli OY, Dentist, -149 Broome
streef, 'hird door west from Broadway; Every Dental
[operationin tfreliiv,'he>tand most unproved style.01 tliesci
j ci>??. >wl hvis*
I T C. BOOTH & CO. at the New-York Cash
' v ? Tailoring EstaolisHment, M2 Fulton-street, near Broad
1 way, still conlh/-iv to take" the lead in economy and elvg&nce
'. in tue manufacture and style t>f the vnious garments belong
ins ;j> a gentleman's rr.?rdrobe.
' 1 titi -rioiity they enabled to maintain in consequence
of the general adaptation of *he cash principle by the public,
resulting from *^?st experience, th-rt the credit system necessa
I nly imposed a nea'f? ux on the prompt paying cuitoiuei to
supply the losses froCi that class of the community which
inn it necessarily be excluwd from thraestabllshmoit By ?d
herringstrictly to-heta.shsyr^m.euabU* we subsenbera to fur?
nish their customers withjrarmiiStaol sat^eriorstyle and fmi?h
at 1 very ?reat reduction from creii''* price...
Gendemen who contemplate refittimoraltexing the arrange?
ments of their wardrobe would do well WgWenaa call, as our
assortment is one of the most extensive m /V^nty, ;u various
as fl?* changes of fashion, embracing ail the Jiflferent styles of
French Elastic Cassimeres of the choicest patterns, 101 which
this estsblfshment has become so celebrated. Strangers and
others siaitioR tliccity are imrticularly invited to call and es
amiue for tlSpmselves and test the above assertions by patron?
izing an eitclnsire exsh house.
No deviation in prices and strict punctuality obaerved >n
fillingjirdei_JL f^._BO?1'H fei CO. jv24 ist^
ML \ V H() VS' A X f) C HI LI )R K \rS C LOTH
[NG*. GEORGE T. GREEN. Nos. 110 CHAT
HAM-STREBT and 4 BOWERY, will koei. constantly
i on hand, a full and complete assortment of MEN' S, BOYS'
' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING, of all descriptions
mads in the m0s1 FASHIOfraBLE style, to which he would
I res|>?'ctft/i!7 invite the attention of those in want; As he hau
! madearmngeBreuts to receivi CLOTHS. CASSIMERES,
YESTINGS, he., \tv evejy Packet, and has secured the
1 services of expecieiiOd Cituers, he pledges himself to give
I perfect satisfaction to all who may purchase.
rf. Br-Garments made fa order at tfir s>hoitt<it notice
?nul with -''net punctuality. _s|2 tFlis
WMTT. JENNINCiS iSe CO , Draperal and Tail
ors,?3l Broauw'a'y, American Hotel, opposite tin Foun<
tain, solicit attention te tfft assortment of sensouable goods,
including Cloths. Cass?ner?/ Yestings, &c. in all the new
and various styles.
Under the assurance that th" systrw of " small profits and
quick returns," which has elicited 10 liberal a patronage, will
be continued, w hilst our arrangements are ?n<h as will enable
us to fill all orders in future w ith promptness.
A feature in the establishment which inuat cvmniend it to
those requiring articles for immediate use, is the* addition to
our stock of an assortment of first quality ready Made Gar
menu, consisting of SurtouU, Frocks, Dress Coats, Panta?
loons, Ve?t;, Office Ceat?, Traveling Frocks, Droaaiuy
A choice selection of Silk and Satin Scarfs. Cravats, Hann
kerchiefs, Gloves, Suspenders, Hosiery. Under Ve*u, Draw?
ers, Muslin Shirts, Collars, tkc, at prices which must offer
inducements to 1 nrchaxers. ivl*? i?rf
" t:0NVENI f:N Cif?ND ECONOMY.
CAMUEL PIERCE'S NEW PATENT P^E
? MICM KITC HEN RANGES.-'Ihe subscriber invites
the public to call at b?> Ranue Establishment; ill Fulton -
street, and examine hi*> assortment of Ranges, varying in pri
ces from S2A to $?>/). Thrse Ranges are s<? constructed as to
be used with any kind si fin Land with the ordinary kitchen
utensils. The ovens are iflways ready foi baking, with- ut
hindrance to the other necessary cooking operation*. They
are a Certaiu cure for smoky chimneys; and mso allow all the
ehiuvia from the cooking to escajie u\: the chimney;. Oue of
the stroneest evidenci ? that these Range) die superior to any
others, is that then irenoless than 'liree rer.s>ms infun^ipg
on the patent right of ;he proprietor, against whom trie public
are cautioned, as suits have been instituted sgaiast ihem for
infringement. These Ranges are w irranted to cive ci^irc sat?
isfaction in even r-ti... SAMIJEL PIEKcE,
s28 2wis Sob' Inventor and Proprietor. HI Fulton st.
ted iu lit-;
ud .,1 Aldermen to build \ ?ewer in Hunmoud-st/' ? f.
Personsintcrested iu the prpposiiioii andopi>Osed to the same,
are request! I t ? pr.senl 'heir objections iu writi ig to the un
dersigned at his olfice. Hall of I CCOrds, ou or before the 20th
ofOctobei inst. JOHV EVV'EN. Street Commissioner.
Str -et 1 oi.ininsi.Hicr's Office, October 8th. 1813 oJO
SKW E R IN Kr? CTuR-STREhT.~PuHrjcNo.
ricic is hereby Kiven that a petition ha.> been presented in
1 thw Board of Aldermen to build a sewer in Rector*?tr.et.
Persons interested in the proposition, and opposed to the
: same, are requested to prasent their (?bjectious jn wri'iugto
1 1 the undersigned at his office, Hill of Records on or belo-e th*
20.hof Octoberiust. JOiiS EWEN
I St eet Commissioner.
I Street Commissioner's Oflice, October Orb, l?i3._o]o
B" Y ORDElTof Hon. ll P. ingrahum, As^ociute
Judge of the Court of Common Pleas for the County of
I New-York, notice is hereby giv u, pursuant to the provisions
j ofth- Sntu'e authorizing^attachments attains: absconding,
concealed and iioii-res?deiif debtors, that an attachme ' has
I issnei! against the estate of William H. Farrar, a resident of
I Jacksonville, East Flo id i, and that the sjhi- will be sold for
j the jmv meat of his debts, unles.; he appear and disclrprge suc%
J attachment, according to law, within nine ino.tb* from th>*
I lir^t publication of this notice; a;.d that the payment of any
d.bts une to him by resi lent* of this State, and the delivrry to
' him or for his use, of any property within this Sta e belong?
ing to hirn, and the transfer of any such piopetty by him, are
1 forbidden by law and ar.. voi .?Dtted the 1th day of Octo
! ter. 1813 WILLIAM COIT. Attorney
o 10 1 aw0m_for attaching creditor.
POR SA L? IIR T() LEASE-A valuable proper
A ty at the Kerry, hvof ofGrand-streer, Williamsburg. Apply
lt_ to ANTHOS Y J.BLEECKE^R & CO. 7 Broa.j-gt.
p OOM TO LET, furnished or anfurnished. In
-ILjuire at No. 327 Broadway. References exchanged,
FOR Sa LL?A house and lot in Luurens
street, near Bleecker. Apply to
?**hJ.'. A^HONY J- BLEECKER 8t CO. 7 Rroad-st.
QEWER IN HAMMOND STREET.?Pf
^N'o 1 ice is hereby, that a petition ha. been presented
TO LET?The two story house witn back
building, No. 18 Warn n st. It has been occupied as a
boarding house, and nearly aU rhe rooms ire now occu
'i, -' sl? Pr5'to ?M001''^ corner Spring and Broadway, or
J. C. .vleeka, \'yi Nassau st. lt?
FARM FOR SALE?On the j^cldandLake,
( I jrkstown. Rockland County.?This Farm is beeuti
fully situated on the. Lake, containing over 3?> acre* of
excellent Land, and will be sold a bargain. The improve
roents consist of a la!?e Double House, with necessary, out
buildings, all in good repair; a large Garden, well stocked
witbTnuu and shrubberies of various kinds; and the whole
an.uds a most desirable location for a larze Boardins- E?tab
lishment. or lor a private residence. For further particulars,
?nrju?reof JAMES WOTHERSPOON.
Jane sr., between Greenwich and Washington st*.; or of
lw* A P. STEPHENS, Esq.. near the premises.
WATCHES ! WATCHES'?The I irgest
and most splendid assortment of Watches ii ' oecipr
is to be feund at the subscriber's. He is c< itantly
receiving all descriptions of Gold r.rA Silver Watch* . of the
newest style, from the manufacturers in England. Iraace
and Switzerland, and is sellinz tiiem at retail *t much I?s* pri?
ces than any other house in die city. Gold Watches ?s W*
as S20 to $25 each. Watches and Jewelry exchanged or
bought. All watches warranted to keep good time or w
money returned. Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry. ?
the beat maauer. and warranted, lower than at any Other^prace.
G. C. A t.LEN, Imi^rter of Warche* and Jewelry,
mv!7 utf Wh?l^^rm^ret^ V? Will-tf.. up ?t?'m.
SHIPPERS PER SHIP ^^MTON
for London ml] please clear their good* at the Custom
_House thi* morning. _________-??
_t+ CONSIGNEES SHI* QUEBEC
fVom London will please send their j>ermits on board,
a?no^&l w?hia - days ate liable to be sent to
public store. _______-._ 010
XHE PACKE'I SHIP WELLLNGTON.
V?S for London, will t-iil Wednesday, 11th inst. at twelve.
pJ^^ets w'iO please be on board, foot of Maiden lane, ac
'^Letter Bag* will clo?e at the Merchants' Excnange and
Hah'* Foreign Letter Office at i past 11. _ oIO
"^REOl'LAR LINE OF PAC1 7 >"?R
<ij3ife NEW-0 ?LEANS -Pac_et of th* t &er.
SSmat The splendid svell-kcown, fast-sa l'i . <.tAet-Sbip
ALABAMA, Capt. Bunker, will sail positively as above, or
passage free. This favorite Packet-Ship has excellent accom?
modations for Cabin, Second-Cabin and ?t?erate Passengers,
nnd affords every comfort Passengers can desire. Persons
wishing to secure berths *hould, without dtfav, army on
board, foot of Wall- .t.. or to W. k J. T. TA PSC?TT.
At their G-ueral Passage-Office, 13 Peck Slip, cor. South-st.
N. B. The Packers of this Line sail as usual, every five days
throughout til* seasoo. ow