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PHILADELPHIA ADVERTISEMENTS I
DR. TOIVNSEND'S SAKSAPARILLA!
MOST EXTRAOKD1NAHV MEDICINE
IN TIIK WOULD.
THIS EXTRACT lapufuti in quart baitlr*. It iaaix time*
cheiy*!, pleatainirr.aiuf wurmnlnl auperior U) miyaolil.
It rurm illaeaeea, without Tumititig, purging, nick-em tig, or
delnlituting the patient.
The great heauly ami mi parlor ily ??l litis Sorwnparillu over
all other remeillea ia, while it erailicaiea
iliscahe, it invigorate* the laxly.
IT HAS PERFORMED MORE THAN 15.000 CURES
THIS YEAR,
rureaof Rheumatism.
l.itN) core a of Dunprptiiii.
2,uOD rurea of tiriunU lability ami Haat of Sertuus
FYnwle and over 7,0Ul) cures of l}t.*
eu*e*i>f Ihr Hli/ody pi*-: .
Hirer*, M-roluU, u>si|mUs. salt rheum, pimples on the
lace, ?Vc . Ac . together with numerous cuses of consumption,
liver coiiiplaiuts, ffpiiiul all'. ctioiis, Arc. Thin, we uie
a Wit re, muni upprar incredible, hut w?? huve tellers Iroiu
physicians and our agents Iroiu all parts ol'ihe I!nit?-?| Slates
informing us ol eMruorditury cures. II. \ an Iluskirk, Esq.,
I.lie ofllie utosl I'tSt"clahle. druggist* in Newark, New Jersey.
informs us ilia? he can retir to more than one hundred
ami' fllty cases tu lint place alone There are thousands ol
eases in Hi riiy oi N w Vork which we will reicr tu with
pleasure, and i" nun character well known.
(iLMNIoNS OF PHYSICIANS.
Hi TowiivuiflMAosi daily receiving orders from physicians
m.diHt reiinBo-ul lie I limn.
This i> i<? certify thai we, lie- undersigned, Physicians oi
the cilv oi Alhauv. Icive in unlm-rotis ruses prescribed 1>I(
ToWNSI!M>> SAUSAPAUILLA. and helo ve it io l?t- one
oi ite tn si valuable preparation* ol Snsapurillu in the mar
k p. II Puling, M II J Wilson, M. I)., K. II. Ilriggs, M.
I) . P I) Finetmdilrf, M I).
Albany, April I, 1S43.
The following is from one of the most respectable physici
ails on Long Island ;
( hk&xcort, July 19, IrMO,
|)u Townsend? Dear Sir -It is with salislaction Hint I
say to you, thai I hi ye recently witut-*s'--d,*in sevi ral c.isr..
lb- 1110*1 beuellclul results fro in your EXTRACT OF SAIL
r>APAKII.I.A. living engaged in the practice ol medicine,
* have prescribed il in several eases, and ii. vi r w uhoiii h? rlii.
In the removal of diseas-s arising I roil i a deranged
stale of the digestive organs, jaundice, Ac., it liir cxeet d*
any iluug off? e kind cv? r oijered to the pinHiC. You will
please tdN I IK*'two do/.ell. Ate.
Itespectiully yours,
S. C PRESTON, M. 1).
UNITED STATES OFFICER.
( apt. (J. \V. McLean. Mi uilivr of the Legislature, and late
id the Hulled Stub s Navy, has kindly sent us the following
certificate. It tills lis ow n story.
Kanwav, Jau. 23, I.<17.
A year since 1 was taken with tiie Inlluenxa, and my
whole Mvsl'-ni left in a dt iiiliiateil slate. I was induced (o
try UK 'it >H NSKN I I S SA USA I* A It I I.L A. an.l all. imkin:
I wo or three hollies, 1 was viry much relieved, and attribute
il entirely to the said SarsnparilU. 1 have continued
taking il, and liu.I thai 1 improve every day. I lielieve it
saved my life, and Would not he without it under any con
Hideratioii. VV. McLEAN.
TIIE EDITOR.
JOHN JACKSON, Esq., Editor of the Railway Republican,published
(he above certificate, and r< marks in an ? di
lorial as follows:
IO" The success of DK TOWNSEND'S PKEPAIIA
TlON <IF SAKSAPAKII.l.A appears to be one of Ilie most
extraordinary character. We publish to-day two certificates
in us in halt, oik trout Capl. Mr l.i an, of Una town, uuil om
Irom the Rev. Mr. Wtiite, of Sinteti Island, a gentleman
Hell known in Kali way. Capt. Mclean believes the medicine
to have saved Ins lite, uud Mr. White seems to entertain
an equally strong confidence in its eilieacy. Intelligent
men like tlnae would not praise to strongly what tliey tint
not lully believe to be deserving.
St.'KOFI-11.A CURED.
This certificate conclusively proves that this SAKSAI'AK1I.I.A
has perlert ronirol over the most obstinate disease:ol
the blood. Wee persons cured In onu hoUse is unprecedented
TIIKKF. CHILDREN.
Dr. Townsknu -Dear Sir i have tlie pleusure to infonn
you iliat three ot my children have been cured of tin Scroiuld
by die use of your txeelleui medicine. They were atflic
ted very severely with bad sores: have taken only four
bottles: It took them away, for which 1 feel myself under
deep obligation. Yours respectfully,
ISAAt' W. CRAIN. 108 Wooater streyt.
New York, March 1, 16-17.
CONSUMPTION CURED.
'{ Uru/mc- atul Strengthen. ('viwmnjttiim can i/f rural. BrintvhitiM,
CuHHtiniptiuii) Liter CumjUuint, f olds, t'utighs,
? '?*?ttptttfng of tttooU, (n Mr ( 'hrMf,
J/rrtic Flush, Might .S'irntu, Difficult or I'lffiuo Fxj.t.
ivnUtuii, Fuin i/i the Suit, )v., hare htm mot can he rural
Probably there never was a remedy that has heen m. successful
in desperate eases of Consumption as this. It cleanses
and strengthens the system, and appears to heal ulcers
on the lungs, ami the patients gradually regain their usual
health and strength.
ALMOST A MIKACI.E.
Read the following, and doubt, if you can, that Consumption
can be cured. This Is only one, of several kindred
cases, that TOW.NSF.NDS SAKS A 1'AKII.l.A has cured :
liltOOKLYN, St pi. 1 I, ISM.
Du. Towns end- Dear Sir I was taken, a little over u
year ago, with a severe cough uiul pain in my side; it increased
on me very last indeed. I was pronounced by physicians
to have the quick consumption. | raised large quniililies
ol bud matter, bad night sweats, and---sinking very
lust?my doctor said he could do nothing tor me. I went to
the hospital, in hope of taring benefited, but was pronounced
i as incurable. 1 was now greatly distressed tit the lungs, ami
could Ijimlly breathe : 1 boon became emaciated, and t .v
, peeled to die; was ctiiiliued to my bed, and was obliged in
I have watchers. Indeed, I caiiliui'give you any description
that would do justice to my case. I was supposed by my
friends lo be past recovery; I had tried a great number ol
remedies, and ail seemed to be of no eifei i. 1 read ol He
mi>f-i e.vtru ordinary cUres, performed by your medicine, nii'l
lu tell you the truth, I *ui?j>ec!ed there w as some humbug in
them. Hut I was induced to try it; I did so, ami am very
thankful I did. i caunut suv that I am entirety well, hut I
am so tar recovered as to be about my business, ami hop*to
t?e entirely well in a few weeks. My cough, pa in in the
side, ami night sweats, have left tn'e, ami 1 raise but very
little, ami aui last gaining my usual strength. I had it my
duly to (live you a statement of my case, to publish, il you
please.
1'ETEK HUOWN, 47 Little at., llnsiklyn.
TO MOTIir.US AND MARRIED I. A DIMS
THISJ KXTRAt T OF SARSAI'ARll.l.A has been ex
pressly prepared in reference to IViuale Complaints. No
i female should neglect lo lake it, as it is a certain preventive
for any of the numerous ami horrible diseases to w hlch they
are suojeet. It is valuable lor those who are approaching
womanhood, as it is calculated to assist nature by quicken
ing the blood and invigorating the system. Indeed, this in* dicine
is invaluable lyr all the delicate diseases to which
Women ar< Kllhj' rt
It braces the whole system, renews permanently the natural
? nergit-H? by reiuov nig the impurities of the blood- -by
so lar stimulating Ihe system as to produce no subser|uent
relaxation, which is the ease oi most medicines taken for
. etnale weakness and disease.
i VOIING LADIES. READ THIS
j You who have l'ale Complexions, Dull Kyi s, Blotches
on ihe Fare, Rough Skin, or Freckles, and are, mil ol spirits,"
use a bottleor two ol Dr. ToWNSEMi SSAKSAI'A
RI1.I.A li will cleanse the lllood, remove the Freckles
and Blotches, and give yon ammatinii, sparkling eyes, funspirits,
ami beautitul connpl*xion all of which are ol immense
value Lu cnmarrii.o lawks.
E GREAT FKMAI K MKDD INK
i DR. TOWNS1.ND S SARSAI'ARll.l.A .s a sovereign
and speedy cure lor incipient CoNM Ml'THiN, and forth*
general prostration ol the system no mallei- whether the
| ; ! result of inherent cause or caiis'.s, priHlm-i..riiy irregularity,
illness, or acc.idcnt.
Nothing can be more surprising than it* invigorating f
iciis on the human Ir.ime |'? rsons, ail w eakness and las
Miiude before taking il, at once become 'robust ami full ol
energy under its influence. H immediately count* raets the
nervclessness of the letnule Iraine, w hich is the great cause
of unliappiness.
It will not be expected of us, in cases ?.f so delicalc a nature,
lo exhibit certiticut* s ol cur* ? pi i-fo'ruied, but we can
assure the afflicted (hat hundreds ol cases have been reported
to us.
(o.yhackik, Sept. JSi, 1845.
Dr. Townse.ni> To all whom this nmv concern This
is to certify that my wile und one. hold.- of your SARSA
FA It II.1.A i.reAio.o lo , i riiii. I .i... ... .
alarming un l delicate nrnuiintancen, being troubled with
the droi?Hy.MVflljiii: >.l tin- i?-? i. ii..r\nun all. ctu.iin, and very
J, much debilitated; with my persuasion, and the recoiium-ii
datmn of thine who had used it. nhe wan induced to Iry it,
" with little or no taitli; uml suffice it to w?y. the medicine
had the happy and detiired 1-lTeet, not only during the *?id
period, but alter ,the expiration oi vo:rk ol itn iih', Hkdropay
titnl nervoun affection gave way to an uatoniflhiug
degree, and her health in now better tlian it had been for a
long time previous
If thiH will be of any nervi.e to yon, or any nn? who
doubt* the ?uccea? ol the medicine, 'you are entirely welcome
to it.
1 Mubttcribe rnynelf your inoHt obedient ami obliged nerv't,
S. b. JAMESON.
rheumatism and piles.
. .<* srhtembkr 16, 1s1g.
D?. Towkbbwd?Wlu-Sir?My wilt haa been, for geveral
yeara, affljtfM wWiTUieomaUim she lias tried many
different /bmdu to obtain tome relief, but ail to no (Mir
oujKCf'&f indnr.ii t.y n,^ omr adveninci?aL<JAiM'
SAIOAI'AKII.I A II tri.it I ?? al?.
. m my mpl?.y i l.adl> in.nt.h d will.
? ^Sthe |tHLB|PIT? i i in n |i'inr .,i \.,wr su-n.ip.i?fijhl,
iWtlfWiiii .in |>l. I* i v " i ii'. 11 I it
<||* Iif tnfJlSlfcdf lll'dirili' s. iiii'l Would a>IMS'-all Win. .11"
fc V ^ iSiiiiil MWiHBiheL
%'</*% * OARRrr (JARRABRJLNT,
murk,;l Htretl, Newark.
%
4 * DISEASE OF THE HEART. HI I'll HE. AM)
# \ DROPSY.
V < > . Nsw York, July, 22, IW.. ,
Dr Townrbnd - Dear Sir My wile h.tn mm afflicted |
*? with a Do-cane <?l the Jloart, end with .. teriibli Rpptiire for.
o\rr liti-en yeara, the greater laid ol the time She has
11,., ii troubled with ShorliM.su ol breath and great Fluttering |
of the Heart, which han been very diKtreMmig, and baa- fr?
.lii.-lit In been unable to leave her bed. Tin* Rupture wan very
l.irg. .iii'l m v.-riv She tried ttlin'.ht e\.-ry n nndy lor mm h I
n.nen, Willi hilt little benefit. -When Hlie had tit km hill thrre '
bull I. ,v ol \ ..or ? .V < II' Ml HO die I lie, nhr W.i; Utii - ly r< ll?-\. d I
ol do Duteanc ol tin: 11* art, and the Ilupturc haw uimma n |
1 tir' ly disappeared.
Sin- has .?isu had the Dropay, and wan v. ty niu. li kwoI* |
I. II We hnd llo idea that nhe Could he no he lie tit ted, an she |
had mall a eurnpliratinll of <lif?-af?rH. Illlt it httR. an hi rang.an
it may appear, relieved her ol the dropny. I mil aware
that lit. slat. in.-iii m h> Miange, an to appeHi' alnionl like a
fiction, tail it in, lievei tht.li nn, M.btr reality. \ onr SAltSA
PAKIi.l.A m .. Mainly a valuable medicine, and nhould he
dm -I by every ufn- th,,t u wiffering an we have been. II any
diatn lieve ii.in account, th.-y are ul hlnrty lo,rall at my
bouw, and huvc ocular dciuoimirnlioii. Yoiirn reniMSctliil- ,
w1i.ijam i'owkkk,
i'nix ll'ai. ill i'd | > r, n ,,.. .n" 1 j?"i" wriil j
sim lliul.hiiii '" ion k1im.ut, n loik i
lilt t. w iii i/it a mi\s 11
l.? kuriti siti.n.i sii,. i. |.j,; i""""?"*1- annum, no
* 'vty i h a ivl ,
. ; im.ion.n rill mr..i |.f; a.,,u-* htiklt, item
to- aiw?, i.? ?i.,ii,,,,,,,,.,,,;;;jo
nonk l \| ksk "... .
fw'k ?ml;*ki: w/rn.l:s wiihvi il'v"* #
qi1ari, and ll??u, hrnil | |, ? ? , r ' ' '"main a
net b 47?l.v.1 wl '4n' ' '? m? bi.??
isaurf! iso- l>m. U * ott. _ta
uaruncine fyprfss.
FOK '
Boiton, N. York, Providence, Pliilndclphla
SOUTH A.YD WKST.
PROPRIETORS:
BLAKE, COOLIDGE, A. WHEELER.'
jY'hV.AKK,' JK '(**Cuuit nirtel,
It \V. WIII'KI.F.K. Uni??n Buildings, Providence.
F W I> Will Hii*rc?i, New York
OFFICE IN PHILADELPHIA, 13 Souili Tliinl street
oct* dly
COLUMBIA HOUSE.
CHESS 17 T STREET, PHILADELPHIA
Till] Subscribers Imvc made every arrangement for tin
accommodation of their uuestx, ami jesueelfully solid
a ah ire of patronage. DAGI.EY, MACKENZIE A CO.
-dly'
HART'S HOTEL,
So. ?) rilASKLI$ PLACE, PHILADELPHIA
I GUIS IIART respectfully informs his friends and tli
IJ public at laiite, and particularly his old patrons in Dcla
wurc, ili.it liiti house No. Jti Fruiiklmg Place, winch lb
tirutiirs* and coinlbrt, ax well us privacy uiuL quietness n
situation, is unsurpassed by any public house in Pluladel
pliia, is open li,r their accommodation. TravellemllinMigl
and visile in to the city will.liinl Ids house as desirable,
ioditiiut, or temporary (mine as chev could wish -while hi
chant' x, ranging from 7f? cents tutfl a day, will be found a
moderate as bis patrons would ask, for the superior accoiu
modal ions thev w ill obtain.
N II I.I M il dully at II A M : ORDINARY for Hie e?
|tecial accommodation ol merchant* and other bu?ilies
men, from I to :i P. M. everyday, except Sundays. PER
M ANIENT lit fAUDHUS, for whom the bea| accommodation
are prepared, taken on the most accommodating terms,
oct K- I yd
UAHINET, F URN IT CltK AN1> . .
I I'HOLSTER Y ESTAHLISI/MENV.
mill] SUlist'Kl111]R having opened Ids new Warerooim
.L No. 173 dictum! street, opposite the Stale House, it
speciloliy solicits from tin* public a continuance of Hit Hat
lering patronage which lor many years lliey have bee
pleased to extend billl ill Ids I'Tllier establishment sollt
Fill 11 street -his stock of Furniture and Upholstery em
1.rv uriii'li. uiiiiwii in the trade. at one.
as low lift articles oi ;i similar ({Utility can be purchased li
oil I tic h. aboard. anil lie offers .to (lie community his a huh
mice thai bin arrangements in manufacturing will precliuJ
ilo* possibility ol' any article being offered tu their inspn
i,mii which will not I',.- eitlillttd to bin ituar.itiii c.
St rangers visiting the city arc respectfully invited toy
i examination of bin Mock, either an purchasers or othe
wiw < It A WPOKU KIDDLE,
'm l 8-lvd
CABINET AND I PIIOI.STKIiV
KS'J'A ItL I.SIIMVA T.
Qt ANTIN A- LIFT/, Cabinet Makers and Upholsterer
have the honor to inform their friends and the public i
g? ncrui (li.it they have taken the I a rue, commodious an
attractive Bn/.uar Store. Nn. ('IIKSNUT ST 11 MET, o
posite the Acuih tny of Fine Arts, where they now lit)
ready lor inspection a large mid splendid assortment of a
tides in tiicir line; such u*pa(Jpr, chamber und boudoir fu:
; nitnre, ill the latent Paris style, which they sell at Clio inc
j moderate price,
| Urate fu I for the liberal patronage we have received, v
; respectfully solicit a continuance of the same, pledging on
selves to exert our greatest endeavors to give sutislactiou
our patrons hy the quality and finish of our articles, whii
we w ill guarantee to be of I lie best workmanship.
uctH-iyd'
FUHNITURE! Ft IiMTI HEM
\ T the Second street CABINET WAKEROO.MS, No. 1
iL South Second street. E. .MOUNT having a large ui
splendid assortment of fashionable and well made Furuilu
on hand, comprising rosewood tete-a-tete Solas; walnut <1
mahogany do, with plush, satin, damask and Imiey ht
cloth Heatings and other coverings; plain Solas of all uric
and patterns; French Ann Chairs; Ladies' Sewing Chttii
docking do; Outre and Pier Tables; Sofa Tables; Divai
Pedestal Pier Tables; Extension, Dining and Card Tublt
dressing Bureaus; Wardrobes, with and without inirroi
mahogany high post Bedsteads; French do; curled mii|
and cherry do; aud a variety of others; Sccretnrys; Boo
cases, murhle tops; mahogany Wiishstiuids; Hat Bach
plain and with mirrors; Ladies Work Titbits of rosewoi
ami mahogany; rosewood, walnut, birch and muhogai
cliairs, witli hairclolli. plush ami damask seating; likewi
cane seal Choirs ol all patterns, with un extensive asso
meut of every article in our line ol business.
foiuitry Merchants and others uro especially invited
call uiid examine our stock of Furniture, every article
which is manufactured hy ourselves, and will be dispos
of on liie most reasonable terms.
oct H-1yd'
TO STEAMBOAT COMPANIES.
AmJCIL . The subscriber Is now fully prepared to fi
JUkUiiiiiiMKa uisli St earn bout Companies with all sizes
f . I'. DimpivPs Patent Centrifugal Blowers, suitable lor t
smallest river boats or the largest class ocean stearnei
This bhnver is const ructed upon sound philosophical j^ri
ciples, combining great strength and durability, occupying
very small space, and giving greater Ibrco to the air wi
much lew power than any oilier Fan or Blower now
use, without making the least luipleusnut noise while
motion. The superiority of litis blower is at once munife
to any persons disposed to examine its merits, and is vvi
worthy the special attention of all requiring the use
in preference to ail olhero.
Uvfercnce is made to (he following steamers, which hu<
them in use :
Sleuim r Hay State, New York. ?
Atlantic steamer. Washington, New Vork
Atlantic steamer. Northerner, . do
Steamer llot?ert Morris, Philadelphia.
TO lltON t'OtJNDHIK.S, KOl.LlNti MII.I.S, Ac. Ac.
The subscriber also inuiuiiiictureH and keeps oil hand a I
as?.orHn?'iit, from N<?. 1 to No. 10, "ami upwanl, of the alio
Mowers, how so celehratcd, suitable' tor all kinds of ir
works, viz: cupolas, puddling *?nd heating furnaces i
rolling nulls, lorgts, einifhs' lirts, Ac.
JOSIAII KISTKKHOCK.
Manufacturer and (inn-nil Agent lor the United States at
the Catiadas, -107 Market fit. Phil.idV net M illy'
m iOitK ADVERTISEMENTS.
17 It PAI.MKR'S COUNTRY NKWSPA
V, IT'.U AltVKKTlHINti AUKM'V, Tribune Huildin
Ni w Vork, embraces most of die best newspapers ofalltl
cities and principal towns in the United Stales and Can
da, for which lie is duly authorized to receive advert if
incuts nod subscriptions, and fully empowered to give i
ecipts.
Merchants, manufacturers, artists and individuals get:
rally, besides public institutions, incorporated eompunh
and societies who wish to advertise in, or subscrtoe li
iiewspa|H'rs of any section of the country, are respectful
iin ited to examine the tiles.
To remove all doiihts and misapprehensions, the age
In it hy notifies the public, that no person is authorized I
him to solicit advertisements, cards or subscriptions for tl
newspapers for which lie is the only authorized agent.
The annoyance' to inerc limits and others, growing out
numerous pit t? nded ngcin i? s in this city, rentiers the udo
lion of this course essentially proper to guard against ii
position.
Those, therefore, who wish to transact business with f
:ur? ucy, and avoid inisiakes, are respectfully invited lohai
in their orders at the otllcc, or address
V. II. PALMER.
American Newspaper Agent, Tribune Moldings.
B3r ' 'lie cost nf advertising in country papers-?a list
the cities and towns throughout the Union, in which t!
pant rs arc published?together, with the copies of the se\
rut papers lor which lie is the duly authorized Agent, in
he ofeii i this oin. ?., hi the Tribune ItiiildinuN. or I H I
CIt PUTS AND CURTAIN MATKlllAL
Tin; SUBSCRIBERS have jiiHf received a splendid i
I hiirtmeiit of Velvt t.l'ile Carpel* ol various si/en, Willi M
dalliou Outers and very elegant borders. Also Home wit
out tin' M? dalliou Onier*, but Willi very rich border*,
prices nearly an low an tlie name <|iiauiity and (juulity
Carpeting by the yard.
In rich Curtail) Material* and Furniture Coverings ill
have the most extensive variety in the city, consisting,
part, of
Elegant Satin Duma: ks
Very Rich ltrocnlelbs
Superfine quality Satin Laine
Ijicc ami Muslin Embroidered Curtains, Ac. A-c.
All oi which are offered iitextreinely low prices by
A. T. STEWART A CO.,
net 8 illy * Broadway and Read*- si,
ORGANS.
UENItV EllllEN, 172 Centre street, offer* for sale the I
lowing Organs:
One Oolitic Organ of 12 slops ami I octave of pedal pi|M
Dimensions of ruse 10 leet high, 1U leet and 0 inches Iroi
and 0 feet f? iuches deep.
One Oreciaii Organ of 12 slops, 1 octave of pedal pits
Dimension* of case 13 leet 0 inches high, Id feet wide
leet iteen.
One Grecian Organ of It) slops, 1 octave and a half
Itedals. Dimensions of case 12 leet high, 7 leet 4 inch
wide, 5 feet H inches deep.
Three Gothic Swell Organs of 8 stops. Dimensions
case U feet 2 12 inches high, 0 feel 4 inches wide, und 4 It
deep.
Two Grecians of 8 stops, 111 feet high,G feet G inches wit
and 3 feel o inches deep.
Two Gothic Organs of 4 stops, 8 feci high, G feet 4 inch
wide, 2 feet G inches deep.
A variety of Parlor Organs.
One second hand Church Organ.
One Seraphine. oct 8 dly*
SCOTCH WOOLLEN IIOHIKRY
4 II. WATSON, W Mai dm Lune, up Wui'r*, offer* f
lit sab-, on favorable terms, by the doxen or case, u It
assortment of the above desirable goods, consisting in |m
ol the I"4lowing, viz :
MEN'S (slender and outsize) Itluc Gray Hose and II'
Hose, all qualities.
WOMEN'S White, Black, and Blue and Dark Mix
C'lULDKEN K llone, 3-4 aim I 1-2 Hone, While ami ?>!
e<! <?rey, nil aixea'.
Men'*, Women'*, nn?l Children's Undershirt* and lira'
era, a very full MMMortment.
Alno, n few balea of 3 and 4,ply Scotch Knitting Varna.
octwdly* _
HBNOVALI
SILK GOODS.
(\ F I.INDSI.KV linn removed lo the new lliiilding* N
VJ| 6fi l.ilN iiy at reel, (Firm Store from llroadway,) where I
i* prepared to exhibit', wilh few exception*, toil entire w\
M-aiuniMhle and <1* nirahle stock of
NILKH A ND FA N< ' V GOODS Embracing every v
rieiy of Plain and Figured, lllark, Colored and CtuMfcati
Silk*.
IHtHNS (MODSof every description -plaid and 11
iiml f.'anliiiitu h nml Mou*. oe laiiien, Merino*, Ac*. AIm
a large HM?ortin< nl of
FAN'fJ Y ' A I' AND flONNKT HIIWONS, hwrlli
Willi plain Colored and black Satin and T.vffel*, IliM-ona.
FtilNUtiS AND HIMF 'I'RIMMtNUA'?Of every v
riely and the newt at *fyh*.
Nil I W'LX of all kmda and (|iinlitira, including Sil
flrnrhe, Tinoel, f .ikIuiu rc Turkerri, Ac., Ac. lie won
|i;<rtM.ol.irlv rail al|e|iiioii also to Ion uiMimially large hi
diKiral.l. Mtotoort men! of LAl'NS, HMUH OlDtlH I UN
iVIItTD MI/NUNS
And he would reaper I fully oak the inspection of hia *t?s
in g? nenil t?y thorn* who ure willing to avail tltoinaelv
of low pticea f</r Cash mid short credit.
!>'? ^
DKbMdlVK O'M IIOTKL,
( HMoA li W A V, NKW \ OMK. )
I) A A I, HKI.MONICO p'H|H-vihilly inform tltelr friem
i him I the public gem rally that their New llotrl I. in
now completed, tin y are prepared to offer arrommodnfioi
or either lamili* ? or gentlemen aa may he required ugly
Foreign Book* mid Curioiu and Rare Work*
At Luterr Prittu than ever Injure Suit I '|MlFi
aubwiilur liua added immeuoelyio hiw already }
* inuinmotli hlis'k oi i.iiitulurc his uuc urijiumi idiih
from (lie trade sales of Huston, New York ami Philadelphia,
together with fifteen canes ol the finest works pur lite
Uarriek, from Liverpool, ami twenty ditto tier llie Leoni- f
das, from London, which will bo immediateTy marked and
exposed for sale, give an undoubted air of richness, variety,
rarity and extent to his stork hitherto unapproacliod on ?l
this continent. All literary men, lovers of hooks and en- ci
thnsinsfN in uientul investigation, are solicited to come and
enjoy the true " feast oi reason and the fiow of soul."?
Every subjeot on wlnrh tlie wit of man lias been expend* 11,
or brains inrned, may Is-found here. The recondite mullieiiuUician
and the crazy founder of new systt ins of Theology
is each in his proper nileh. Those given to Necromancy,
Astrology, Alchemy, Sorcery and Witchcraft will
he highly amused, w hilst the belle leltre scholar can select
from 15,000 fresh volumes, the very cream and chef
d'ouvres of modem English literature. The best treatisi s
' on (,-very profession mid science, Irom the honest plodding
I farther l*> the enthusiastic soldier. In every art ami set- ,
ence the best hooks are here embraced. In the department
of elementary professional treatises and school nooks of
every klmi his stock is immense. . The slihscriber invites j
all strangers to pay him u visit before they leave the city. J
In purchasing Irom him they save one-half of their ino- I
,. uey. Clergymen, literary characters and hook collectors t
generally, living ou lilies of railroad or steamboat routes. i
1 will do well to puta ohiMtgo oflittdt in their vtvUflev nnd
,|- collie at once to 144* Nassau street, ullowed by all suvun* to >
he " the moral centre i*l the infelb ctuul world." Hooks sell- t
log at half price, literary appliances and conveniences of I
,t every kin*I gratis, as well as nest Spanish cigars and other i
' philosophical instruments for inveterate smokers like the
^ celebrated Dr. Parr. JOHN DOYLE, t
Cfteap Ancient and Modern llookseller, i
a*t 8 ly* llt? Nassau street, New York.
BRITISH
PLATE GLASS W'AHKHOUSE,
NO. (i SPRUCE ST., NEAR TIIE CITY HALL, N. Y In
addition to bis usual assortment of large sized LOOK- .
INCJ Cil.ALS PLATES of superior brilliancy aud beauty,
and POL/SJ/L7> PLA TV GLASS,for STORK and other ,
WIS DO W.SHOW < ASKS, ftv., wlucli has been largely
' increased by recent importations.
The subscriber bus lor side, large and small sized POLlsm.n
1>L\TKS, ,./ /.m'lii/, /;,/ l./UHT
!' UOUSKS a/mo, tor SK V LliiNTS, t ()ACII LAMPS,
" COACH WlMXtWS, UltKKN IIUUSKS. timl MAS
' (/FACTOR V WINDOWS
h The use of this CJIoss in windows of stores and dwellings
is great additional security ugaiust fire.
' Sash makers and dealers will find it to their advantage to
call t*s idtove, when prices will be furnished,
oct t*?illy* ISAAC L. PLA IT.
& UNITKO MTATEH HOTEL,
(cornuit ok kl'lton and i'baki. htucutm.)
Willi PROPRIETOR of this Hotel desires to return his
A thanks to his lriends aud the travelling portion of the
community generally lor (tie Iuvoih which they have heslowed
upon hint since lie opened Ids establishment, and to
assure tlieui Hint lie will spare no exertions to render Ills
if hotuA- worthy of the patronage of which he has already reid
ceivul so liberal a share. Hoard per day #I.Uf>.
> tttiisiy' H. JOIINSON.
r NEW YORK HOTEL,
IV No* 7^1, Ilroailway, New York*
J. II. MONNOT, Phoi'uiktoii.
^ HH11S HOTEL, situate ill the upper and fashionable part
of Broadway, has been so eiilurged as now to be the
,|, The convenience, beauty, and salubrity of its position
liava heretofore caused its accommodations to be somoimp'
olized by pennaiieiit residents of the city us to exclude tlie
? travelling public from participation in its i on 1 torts.
QExtcnsive additions have been made, however, with a
Ik! view to set apart lor transient visitors suits of parlors and
id bed-rooms, to be retained at all seasons for them,
re families from alar will now tiiul the choicest nccommo*
!<?; dations of this Hotel constantly set apart for them, and
iir every attention will be paid to render it as attractive to the
es trunsieut visjf >r as it lias proved to those who, residing in
h; the vicinity " New VoiK, have constantly, since its openis;
lug, hoiioci?t it with their selection, us combining all ,the
s; luxuries of the best European lintels, with the advantages
ps- of its locution. oct 8 ly*
SllAKSI'EAltK IIOTKI.,
(H. COl(Nait OP IHJANE AND WILLIAM STIIKbTH, NEW VOItK.
IM| 'PHE SUIISC'ltlllKKS, under the firm of UEIIUEN A
y 1 (.JALA liKl'N, I1HV1114; re lilted and replenished this spaw'
cioiis establishment, are now. prepared to receive company.
rl' There are one hundred and lime apartments In tliis house,
consisting ofduring huIooiis? silting rooms, parlors, lodging
rooms, Ac. The lurge hall may be used lor balls or public
?J meetings. 'llie cooking: department has been expressly arc"
ranged so as to furnish, at a moment's notice, refreshments
for any HUinber of persons, frhm one to three hundred, to
_ he accommodated at the same time. There are rooms where
private parties may he furnished with dinners or supper#,
and the tables will be liirnislicd with the best the mar*r"
ket atlbrds. Liquors and wines from the best establish?i
ments in the city. I'aslry and Confectionary furuisheil at
hv the shortest notice. There will be a lunch at II o'clock
a*- every day, and up ulteiiiioii will bo spared to give satistuc"*
lion. Men of business and those visiting the city will tiud
; u themselves centrally and comfortably located, und the
M1 prices will be found to be moderate. The French and
!" Spanish languages are spoken in this hotel.
JAMES 1IEROEN,
q 04,18 Iy' LOUIS GALA UK UN.
Vera Cruz Conimissiou House,
F. Ij. WALH1NG1IAM A CO.,
re r JNITEl) STATES UO VERNMENT A I/CTIONEER
U AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, Vent Crux,
Mexico.
REFERENCES.
Messrs. Franc hois A Co., Draper A. Devalin, and Uendult
A Francois, New \ ork.
Messrs. John Henderson A Co., llultimorc.
all II. Vails, Esq., New Orleans.
ive tQr-N. II. Sales made in English, Spanish, and French.
??" F. L. WA I.SINGll AM A CO.,
r??* fvq Si. Joan l>e |)ios street,
iwt 8 ly* Vent Cruz, Mexico.
CARPET INGS.
IW. TIIACV is now opening an extensive assortment of
? rich Tapestry, Velvet Wilton, Brussels und other description
of FASHION A RLE CARRE TIN OS, selected
by Mr. T. L. Cubstkii, al the principal inauufucluring eslablisliinentM
in England and embracing all the latest approved
designs. For sale at ??I Broadway, two doors above
',e the Hospital. oct 8?lyd*
1?' II. A I) II. UUOOKM A CO.,
riLOTIIIERS AM) DEALERS IN CLOTHS, CA SSIit
U ML litis AND VESTINUS, Nos. 110 ami 1|8 Cherry
s, street, corner of Cathurine, huve on hand a very law stock
I-, of Fashionable ready made Clothing, just manufactured,
|y ami ?specially adapted lo Ihe seasou. Also, CLOTHS,
(' ASsiMEliES ami VtlSTINUS, by the piece, or in
lit quantities lo Hint purchasers.
jy liAUAIENTS of every description mainilartured to orle
der in the best possible manner ami in point of style not to
be surpassed. . oet?s~~Jyd"
!!' Albion Life Insurance Company.
LONDON AND NEW YOHK.
INSTITUTED IN l*K>.
\TOTICK is hereby given, that persons insured in the Al1\
bion are from tliis date permitted lo visit Europe, at ail
seasons of I lie year, in first-class vessels, witlioul any pay"I
ment or charge lor sta risk; and lhat their policiis shall
he remain in full force during such voyages and residence in
* any part ul Europe.
fiy Prospernis, with modified conditions, rales, Ac. may be
> ' hud on iipphculion to tiie agents.
u JOSEPH FOWLER,
s oct8 ly* K. s. 1SUC1IANAN.
'[j; IIUOOKM'E
ai PA TENT ELASTIC MET A LUC SHANK HOOTS
of AND SHOES.
CONGRESS GAITERS FOH LADIES ANO GENTLEMEN,
in These articles arc superior to anything ever before manufactured,
in mis or any oilier country, lor
durability, beauty, and utility.
NO. 13M Ft! I.TON 8TUKKT, NEW VOItK.
TIIIS unique and useful invention was awarded a Silver
Medal (the highest premium) at the last Aiintiui Fair of the
Amtrieun Institute, lor its superiority over ull others offered
lor competition.
It has met the approbation of the officers of the army and
navy, as well as every gentleman oi taste who lias liiirly
tested its value, ami is rapidly coming into general use
among all who regard ease, grace, cumiort, ami durability,
tut desirable requisites ill their Room ami Shoes. It makes
"* tin; Root or Snoe more elastic, preserves its original style
' ami shape, ami gives the hollow part a beautiful and elevated
arch, thereby allowing the heel to be worn very lugh
*[.' with perfect ease, or qilito low, without exposing the punla'
toons-strap to injury. It also keeps the loot Irom pressing
f forward, ami reluius it in a natural and easy position ?
Myself and Jol n Dick are the only persons who make and
sell Roots and Shoes with this invention,' in the cities ol
|(. New York, Rrooklyn, and Jersey Uily.
CONG It ESS GAITERS.
The undersigned, the first in llio city of New York to
h', manufacture this justly celebrated and elegant article, continue
s to make tiiem up in an* endless variety ol styles, in
cs workmanship unequalled, and at prices delying competition
All oilier kinds of Roots, Shoes, Gaiters, Pinups, and
Slippers, for ladies, geiiUemeu, youths, misses, ami children.
LORIN fIROOKS,
138 Fulton street.
? P. S.? Just received, a cam of Russian Leather lor Gen*
llemeil'a Roofs, both lor Dress and Wafer Proof. This is
or probably Hie first lot of ibis ceiebruted Leather ever im|?orl,n
cd into the Hinted States.
?clS?lyd*
Of MALL, TIIOAtPKUVtt 4 BLACK,
LA TE MAUilUASU Co.
U A ve just received a large assortment of Sheffield Plaled
XX ware, couaiaung in part 01?
Table Cutlery with plated handle* to match their pattern*
ot Silver Forks; rich Epergrea, Silver mounted, with or
W' without platleuu; Dish Cover*; Cantor*, Tea Kettle* and
lima; Tea and Cotlee Seta, Egg Uoiitr* and Ekk Standi;
plain and chafed Waller* in hi/.ch from 8 lo & niche*;
Flower, Fruit, Jelly, uiid lee t 'nanl Siandn, Acc., Arc.
/A SILVER WARE,
The variety ol" pattern*, and extent of mcir mmortment In
much greater than can lw lound at any or every other chtabhwluneiil
in iln* city, and the quality of their Silver, (an
0. well u? the workmanaliip,; i* not to he *urpa*wd in tlie
he United State*. Their a*MUintent of Diamond and oilier
ir, rich Jewelry, Wan III*, t'liairrtf^ Ate., ih complete ; all of
which are ottered lor *ale at a hiiiuII advance on the coat, ai
li- the old aland No. I8J Jlroadwuy, Mlgli of the Coldcll Eagle.
If oct S - 1yd*
? S C WINIIIKHTKK,
l?' AT Ills OLD ST A MJ, NO. Iftf HALT I MORE ST.,
cr ix KSPEC'TFCI.I.V nilorin* his nuineroiin cuatonieiH, that
LV he i* (a* In reiotore) prepared lo *upply them with l.lli- ,
n- en or Muniln Shirt*, plain or fancy, at the nhorleat notice;
and having devoted iiiifny years ol Iiih hie to tin* import- |
k. ant hrain ii of ihe inriiiKlihig imwnn **, he i* prepared to (
In guarantee entire mtielai lion to all who may lav or him with
?<l their cuHlolii oct ? |y* .
f L__ j
k A. (I. MAULEYS
rll /(EI.KIIHATKI) IMI'KOVKIl KVKH l'OINTl:l> <1()LD 1
\j PEN Tin* l'< u received the higln-*t premium at the 1
ia*t Fair of ihe American luHitute, and ha* lieen pronoitnc.
ed, liy the liiat teacher* of Penmanship in the country, to
he infinitely Miperior to any Cold I'en ?ver before introdin
ed to Ihe American puhhe. The (anting pro|iertieff ol
thi* I'en are undoubted, owing lo thp total ulna nee ol corI*
roNihihty Ironi any ol the ink* m u*e, r? inlera it ha* liable
ig In damage, more to repair, and pi* vein* Ihe necewnty
1.s ol the flieat care that oilier arlich * ol die kiu?l I
J Mauuftfctory, ItfJ Ur<m*lH?jr, .N?w York. oclo?lyu* |
??tear. ' OENKRAL
TRIMMING ESTABLISH- f
MM NT. If
II/II.I.IAMS IIROTIIKKS, Mantuarturein, Importer*, and
I? Dealers in every variety of lilies' Dress Trimuiiuga. uh
ALSO, w
Upholsterer's Trimmings, of every description, MiiUbifl
t>r steamboats, hotels, Ace. lm
fW JOHN STRUCT.
W. II. will be manufacturing and receiving constantly
luring tlio season (lie newest and most lushioiiuble styles
if goods in the hue, consisting of? ?
Handsome |>i? ss and Upholsterer's tiinips and Fringes. |j
Worsted and Silk Drapery Cords, Tassels, Loops, Ate.
Millions, Bindings. Braids, Ac. |
Steel, Hold and Silver Meads: Purse Trimmings, Ace Ac. ALSO,
"?
Zephyr Worsted, Canvass, Patterns, Ac. Ac. w
Orders executed vvilli neatness and de*|Mitch, at
oct 8 ly* 52 John St., directly opposite Dutch. ft<
~H. WORCESTER'S |
Piano-Forte Manufactory and Ware-Koom,
137 Tlilrd Avenue*
M WORCESTER offers for eule a large assortment of 1
i choice Piano-Fortes, from 6 to 7 octaves, in elegant f,
ItosewiNsI and Muhoguny eases, all of which are manuluc- 'J
ured under his own supervision-and tor sale on reasonable U
ernis. J,
Ily devoting his personal attention to the touch and tone
>f his instruments, which have heretofore been considered ,
inrivallcd, lie will?pdeavor to maintain their previous restitution,
and respcrtltillv solicits an examination from Prolessors,
Amateurs, and the public. 11
a commodious woreroom Um raesn^y bfu tiddtid to his
iiuiuitactory, which will afford increased liicilitleu in the 'J
election of instruments. v oct 8 ly' "
Nails, Tacks, Brads, Brass Retties,
Ac.
TKTAJLTER M. SMITH, 229 Pearl street, offers for sale at
IV the lowest market prices, cut, wrought, finishing, clout, 1J
shoe and trunk Nails; Brads, Tacks, and wood "Screws ol p
brass and iron; brass Kettles, hailed and unbailed. All
kinds of lLugcs, Turn Buckles, Hooks unil Staples; lllind it
Fasteners, Stair Rods, Cutlery, Files, Rasps, Ac. Locks of tl
all kinds, Wool Twine, Med Cords, Rope, Cutlery, Files, a
Sad Irons, Ac. oct8,ly'
Fire IuBurauce in New York. i
fill IK COLUMBUS INSURANCE CO. OF OHIO, Incur
L poraled in IS&I, with a perpetual charter, capital $1-10,- v
UX), paid up unti sutely invested, and a surplus of more c
than fcld.UN), will make insurance on eve ry description of
property at the current rule of premium. ,
Ail applications lor insurance in New York, Brooklyn, ,
or any part of the Northern and Eastern Suites, will have
prompt uttciition at the Agency, No. 70, Wall street, where ,
all el.iuiiH liir losses will he liberally adjusted and promptly
paid. JOSEPH HOME, Agent. j,
Stuvkns A IIoxib, Counsellors. oct Sly* i(
INSURANCE.
IEXINGTON PIRE.LIPK, AND MARINE INSURANCE 1
J COM RAN V manria iiroptrly ol ivory ilmrri|>lion,
ngnum! in-rila by l-'lrt- ami \Vifl'*r, 01inrlvr.il by I lie J.i-Ki.lulurv
ol Kvnluiky in lr?b ?b|iilal,*11)11,10).
JOIIN \V. HUNT, President. 1
John Brand, William 8. Waller,
Madison C> Johnson, DiulU'y M. Crulg,
Richard Pindell, James O. Harrison,
'l'numa.s II. IUxtkh, Secretary.
All applications fur Insurance ill the cities of New York
and Brooklyn, will have prompt attention at the office of
the Agency, No. 7t>'Wall street, where all claims lor losses
will be liberally adjusted unti promptly paltl.
JOSEPH IIOXIE, A Kent.
Stkvbns a. IIoxik, Covnsellom. net Sly* (
- j'
Marine and Fire Insurance*
ml IE NEW YORK EIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, by i
JL a recent act of the legislature, Ih authorized to take Ma- ]
line luul Eire Risks, under the new title of the NEW YORK ,
EIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY, havlug ,
paid all its losses ill full, occasioned by llie great fires of ,
1KJ5 mid 18ir?, and possessing a lull Capital ot fJI)U,OlO, with ,
u surplus, affords ample security to ull persons making Ma- J(
l ine and Eire insurance. Risks will be taken on as liivora- t
hie terms us other similar Institutions on application at the ,
office of the company, No. 72 Wall street, (adjoining the
Courier Ml Enquirer uttlre.) i
DIRECTORS. v
Oliver II. Jones Joseph N. I.oriJ ,
Samuel S. Ilowlaud William Spencer
Siinuel C. Harriot Jubal Terhell
Horace llrooks Oeorge l.ovet
John C'lapp Coma. Vanderbilt '
Walter R. Jones Oscar Coles
Thomas l|. Mdls, Isaac N. Seymour I
Hamilton Blydeidmrgh Israel Corse t
Oliver II. Tivotdy Joslah O. Eaw I
Waller K. Join s, jr. John E. Andrew u
Andrew A. Pilot John Eweii c
Abraham B. Davis - (.'buries Minium
Jlorulio N. Stebbins.
O. II. JONES, President.
d .IIndbkhii.l, Secretary. oclfl ly*
English Carpetiugs and Flooor Oil :
Cloths*
PETERSON A HUMPHREY,432 pearl street, near Ma
disou, have just received by late arrivals, a large lot of
KI DM IN ST EH VAllPETlNUS AND OIL CLOTHS,
with designs and patterns, which will be sold ut wlioh suitor
retail at reduced prices. oct8 ly*
GRAIN SACKS?GUNNY BAGS.
GllAHAM BROTHERS,
SO AND Htf WATER STREET,
I f ANUEAt TUBERS find dealers in DA OS AND DA (1- .
JU fr//Vf #, oners ior wue mi Kintis oi liAUli Tor UKAiJY, '
4t.ifur tihivpii'is aiul IJttmo Uuv. CORN mul WHF.A T *
SA flJCK? jI*>,0UU, inaiiulactured from Linen, Cotton Duck
and Drills?sir.es and fabrics warranted.
GUNNY HAOS? IOQjOOO; small, medium, large and
extra large, for covering Rio Coffee. .
FLOUR SACK# of various fubrlcis, suitable for the
shipment of Flour to England.
WOOL SACKS' -10,Out) ,
COFFEE HA OS.?20,UU0 Rio and Luguy ra Coffee Hugs,
sixes and fabrics warranted. oct B?II
Lamps, Girandoles, Ilall Lanterns, and !
Chandeliers. j
DE1TZ, IIKOTIIEltS <fc Co.,
WASHINGTON STORES, No. 13D Willium Street, \
ARE Maiiufacturiiig and have always on liand, a full un- 1
sortment ol articlea in their line, of the following descriptions,
which they will yell at wholesale or retuil at low 1
prices, lor cash:
Solar Lumps- gilt, bronze and silvered, in great variety
Suspending Solum, do do
Urucket Solars do do
Solar Chandeliers do do. 2, 3 and 4 lights
Suspending Cumphiuc Lamps
Hruckct do do 1
Side do do 1
Cuuiphine Chandeliers, 2, :t nnd I lights v
Girandoles -gilt, silvered and bronzed, various pullcrun '
Hall (.untenis -various siv.es, With cut or stained glass. l,
oct ti-tf 1
OLEOSTATIC LAMPS*
L.l'UAl'DEbAINE,
No. 37b HROADWAV,
HAS received per late arrivalsa large aud splendid assort- I
menl ol FRENCH PATENT OLEOETATIC J
LtAMPH of different patterns. These Lumps were invented
by the celebrated A. 'I'bilorlcr,ol the Frencu Academy,and
are considered the best Lumps now in use. These Lamps
are tor sale only at J7o iirouuway, ill lids city.
Also on liaml, a large assortment ol CO TLEll Y, 67HANDOLER,
VAxEti, CHINA WARE, TOILET
EEU'E, an11 every article in the Furnishing hue.
Mr. C. being agent lor the BROOKLYN FLINT
GLASR, is prepared to execute orders lor Rich Cut and
Engraved, also pressed and Plain Glass of every variety, at
wholesale and retail, and invites the attention ol purclius< rs
to the splendid assortment ol rich Glass Wure on baud at
liis establishment, where they can depend upon being tarnished
with Hie liue-st quality of Giuss Ware ever mauoiuclured,
being the only piucc vvlitre the lirookiyu Uicli Flint
Glass can be procured. oct b?dly * ?
Gaylcr's Talent Salamander Sales.
M1IIKSE SiIVh are warranted perfect in every reaper! aiul c
X ?' ullbrd lull protection lor books, papers, Ate., against
luttti by lire or thieves.
"for u comparatively hiiiuII sum any person may have
an insurance ulliee ol low own?one winch exacts neither
notes or premiums, ami winch cannot be broken down by
agrcultne."
t.uylei's Patent Double and Improved Single Salamander
Safes ol nny dimensions required by Hanks, brokers, Mti- J
ciiuuis, Jewelers, or lor Records or mr oilier public offices, \
made to order. An assortment lor saleund ordersreceived v
ul llie Depot, I'M Water, between Pine and Wall street*. t
oct a?uly' Ucl'ki - A. K. MOEN.
Florence's Hotel and Saloons. t
Cor* of Broadway and Walker ?t?., No* 400. i
JOHN FLORENCE, Jr., deems this a lilting opportunity, "
when so many ot his loriner pairoiiK Irom Uiu Saiih,
West, North and East, arc visiting this city?to state, thai
liudiug Ins old Sdooti not large enough lor their oecommodatlou
or HilHCeptible ol lhal elilliellishnu lit due to Ihc im
iiictise patronage hilherto bestowed upon him, lie husubaudoned
all connexion therewith and nan en end am above
(4tm 11 mail way) all erteusive and superbly luriushrd Hotel,
kept iqiou the European plan. He would particularly in I
vile aiuuiiou to the rosily and singularly beautilul Pubis: '
Saloons couuectcd with llie Hotel, and further solicit a trial 11
by "Epicures" ol llie prulicitncy ol Ids Elcvesoi "Uareine" v
and "buyer" who preside over llie Cuislues of llie FLO- u
HEMCE XALOOiW. ocl W?tlly" ^
Steam Boat Company of Georgia. "
, All nuMThandise designed lor (he interior ol
kdZfitaL ^n,tH ol HEOUOL(, SOUTH CAltO
juii*/1, i r*N NESSEEy and ALA IJAA1A, sent via Savannah,
will be lorwardtd by tlie Stcum lloat Company ol
(Jeorgiu iu (heir Steam llouis to Augusta, I ret: ol comiius- .
sioll, at the lowest current rate ol Irtignt. fl
In addition to the stoalii lioat power this ( ompuuy already
possess, they have now under construction a taw steam
boat, ol umnmnlly light dralt of wuier and high speed, hiull 11
expressly with a view to ensure prompt lruiis]NirtMtioii ol
(lotids, in all stage* ol the river iiavigutiou. J;
(.otitis marked lor the interior ol the country, utter reach- *
lug Augusta or Humhurg, are lorwurded by (lie Agents (*
Shipper* muy rely tipon having the ordt r of their Good?
rareluiiy looked t?? in Savaunah.
IIiIIm of lading advnn?j? the Hliiptneiit of goods, anil a
letter adviMing whether iiiHured, Mid lo what |m?iiiI, should ...
ilwuyn accomiw^v the dame, nr he aent by mail.
I'urties who I *xv lieen in the habn nl lorwardmg incr- ?
-handixe to the interior of (Georgia hy IIiih line, and direct- r
ng to the rare ol It M. Goodwin, will ph-aae take notice
hat the ronneslmi ol that gelillelfian w ith Huh Company ^
laving reused, all future eominuiilcations should he au- ^
IrtHHid to 1
W 1'. WII.1.1A MS, Agent, Savannah, On. r
MKPKKKNCMH. i,
M' hhih. Taylor Merrill, ^ ,
" JomuIi Man y it Son, I w v. . In,
41 OoiHlliue At Company. /
I. II liriKliNin, hM|. J ,
M lluw? h, <.ri*y At <;?>., HfHtton.
Jlt liry Sloan, fc*|, I'hiliuklplita.
ml 8?Uly* uci48 c
.yjo.".L w - ? ?
THE BEST VlMBKEI.LAS IN AMERICA.
JAAC SMITH Ac oO. would uilorin die public, umI unr.
iiply for some lime |ia*t, thai they are now (they tiiiuk)
le lo fulfil any order lor their ?S'u/*r Uinghatu UuthrtUa?,
t il knowii aa " Smith'* Super Umbrellas."
They have alao ou han.l every variety ofX'ollou and Giugiin
Umbrella*, which they will well low lor cawh or credit.
ISAAC SMITH A CO., Wholesale Manufacturers,
No. 206 Pearl street, New York.
ocl 7 ly* No. 28 Milk alreet Boaton, Maw*
airliuuk'N Patent Platform Scales.
Hill UNI VERSA I. CONFIDENCE which la felt in the
accuracy ami perfect ndjuatmeiit of thcac Scale* ia audi
at they have come to lie regarded aa the niam/imt from
liieh there ia no appeal.
ScuIch of the uhove manufacture of every required modiation,
graduated to the English, French, S|mniah. Portaiese,
ami Chinese standards, lor exportation ami home
itile, coiiatantly on hand, ami for nale hy
iH tdly* FAIRBANKS Ac CO., 81 Wuter at.
II A UN DUN A. Co.,
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
1 A VINCI DISPOSED of their interest in the Expriaa hetwo
ii New York and lloaton, b?g to inlorm their
lends ami the putdic that they will devote their attention
vrticularly to the Exchange, Shipping, and Commission
usiuetts in connexion with their Liverpool ami lloaton
oiiaea and Agencies at London, Puris, and lluvre.
The lucilities that have been ottered hy the aubscrihcrs
le past few years for the execution ol London and Paris
rders are now very much iiicrcuacd through the direct
tie of steamers from New York.
Orders for purchases to he made in England, France, ami
liter |>urls ol Eurooe will be executed, and upon the most
'usouable terms, by our ugenls. Cash advanced and
rcdita given lor the purpose of iucilitutiug their execution,
articular atteulioii paid lo entering ami clearing goods at
ie New York uad lloston custom-houses, and lorwurdiug
rilh the utmost despatch.
.Exchange at sight, in sums lo suit, constantly lor sale in
oiidon, Liverpool, and Paris.
Ollices No. 0 Wall street, New York : No. 8 Court street,
loslou; No. 6 Cook street, and CO Waterloo road, Liverool.
IIA UN DEN Ac CO.
N. II. Ouj Arm in Liverpool continues to give every attit
ton to the forwarding of all kinds of Merchandise upon
lie most reaaonatde terms by sleajuers ami sailing shins to
II parte of the w orl^l. oct 8 fy*
JOHN N1BLO, ~
[IAVING TAKEN the sjKicious, airy, and elegant rsiubII
lishmcul, tumidly known as the A1.HAMIIUA, No.
*>7 llroadway, takis pleasure in announcing to stranger*
isiliiig the city nmi to the iiuhlic. that lus Saloons are now
pen toratheir reception. They have been unproved, deco
ated, and newly tarnished; and every etlort has been
nade to render them the most attractive uml agrceuhk
iluce of resort in this country.
The large saloon is cooled hy perfect ventilation uml a
lew and elegant Fountain, uml is ornamented with the
hoiccst Plants ami Flowers, let s ami Delicacies of every
dial uro served here during their seasons. The room*
ibove, where there is u well-stored Bar, with.choice Wine*
lid Liquors of great variety, are devoted exclusively In
eiiin-im ii. i ne visiter, wncuiei seeking u goou prumemile,
hii agreeable lounge, or delicious refreshments, will
iud litem ui No. 067. uct 8 ly *
Rock, Swan & Inglis,
A UK constantly receiving?
ft. Appleton -1-4 inch brown Sheeting; Carroll 4-4 do do
Appleton .'#? inch hn>wn Shirting*; Carroll IIO inch do di
llumiltou 6-1 brown and bleached Sheetings
Do 12*4 brown uiid bleached SheetnigN
Do do do Sheetings
Do brown, bleached, ami dyed Cunton Flannels
Do twilled Shirting Stripes, JO and U7 inch; do red Bock
iugs
Do Semis, Cotton Blanketings, Ac.
Do Prints, new and desirable sty lea
Sntlolk brown, bleached and bine Drillings.
Also, a great variety of Plaid Liuwtys, Cloakiugs, Col
onades, Apron Checks, Uinghums, Ac. Ac., which tlicyol
er tor sale at No. 51 Pine street. ocl 8 ly'
Iledsteads Propf Against lings*
[ INDSLKV'S IMPROVED PATENT BEDSTEADS, n
U OARDINER'Sj 6b Cold street, lint door from lieek
nail street, New I ork. This improved Bedstead receive!
hu highest premium awarded at the lute Fair of the Ante
lean Institute in October, 1H4J,'4, ami '5, and the allvei
nedal ol 1816, over every other competitor. The Hedsteadi
mil all other article* ol furniture required lor the chum
>cr, ure maunlactured of the best mute'rials, uud under Us
inmediate supervision of the uiidersighcd.
.Mattresses, Pilliustcrs, Feather llcits, Bolsters ami Pit
owh' on huml or made to order to til the Bedstead, am
vurruntcd to be tilled with such hair, feathers, Ac. as rep
eseiiled. WiLLIA.M C. GARDINER,
ocl 8 1 *
Playing Cards.
11IIE very choicest of Crehore's white, red, ami blue stu;
, back eagle Playing Cards, ulso Merry Andrew, High
antler ami other varieties, with every dtscription of back
ogether with an assortment of Playing Cards from ull tin
irincipul card manufactories in the United Stales. For sab
it the very lowest prices ami in any quantity to suit pur
iliusers, by CllARLES SMALL, Pearl street,
oct 8 ly_^ next door to the II. S. Hotel.
Pine French Letter and Post Papers*
A FINE assortment of these Papers, together with Eng
ft bsh uud Americuu Papers, lunli ruled ami nlaiii, con
ituntly on liuiul. The Im-hI of English Blotting Paper, rei
md white, Copying and Wrapping Patter, for aale whole
lale and retail, by WM. W. HOSE,
ocl 8 ly* Importer of Stationery, Itt Wall sL
C. RICH & CO.'S
Improved Patent Salamander Safes*
A DECIDED improvement on the "Original Wilder';
IX Genuine Patent."?The subscriber has in store an us
Mirtment of the above named article, comprising seven
:ecn sizes uud a variety of patlerus. Tbe superiority of thii
o any other kind of'Safe mumifuciured ill tiie United States
io is prepared to exhibit to the satisfaction of the public?
Mith by certiUcales of scverul tests and experiments um
iy rclercuce to I'SM) purchasers of these Safes.
Orders lor C. Ilich A Co.'s Safes, uccompaniod by plain
or the interior arrangements, will be executed in the hand
lofntxl uiuuucr ami ul short notice, on application to
A. S. MARVIN, 1JH 14 Water street,
oct 8 lyj Agent lor the Manufacturer.
Hlbornla Sealing Wax.
Ill IK subscribers have just received a lull supply of the cc
. Icbrated " lliberuiu Purest Sealing-Wax," manufactured
xprrbsty iu uieir oruer, oy Messrs. mow. iuiouub a sons,
.oudon, and warranted to be of the lnotrt superior quality.
It 18 distinguished fyr itu tine color, burning freely withnil
dropping loo much, and consumes itself but little, cans
ng no waste, or inubility to drop before reaching the propel
iluce for the seal.
The above article has been very extensively used in bunks
mbllc offices and counting-rooms iu this city, and hui
[iveii very general satisfaction, for which rcuson, and to siure
a Miiiformly good quality, they have ordered the Wan
lirccliy from the lactory, ami each slick sold by them bean
heir name impressed upon the end, und iu wurrunted to ht
Ully equal as rcpremuted.
1-or sale, together with un extensive assortment of Pu
>ers, Blank JJook und Stationery, by
E. II. CLAYTON A SONS,
net 8 1' 80 Wall street.
Copying Presses.
rllE subscriber has now on hum!, and is constantly re
ceivuig, (Copying Presses, of ull the diilnvut pnlterni
uid sixes, wiUi all lite various articles used for copying
Uso, the celebrated GEKMAN COPYING INK, which it
vurranted to take copies clearer and more perfect Hutu any
ither Ink ever sold. Merc hunts und others in want of ether
ol the above urticles, are invtled to call und exuiuitu
afore purchasing elsewhere.
tifeiOHtib K. NESHlTT, Stationer ami Printer,
oct 8 1 y * Tontine molding, eor. Wall und Water sts.
Marks & Duvall,
ltfl Pent4! street,
a AVE on hand Ilallery Kettles, Urass Pails, Platers, roll
ami mice i J trass, Tuning Metal, German Silver, und all
niter goods muuuijciured by the Woicoltvitle ilium Co,
Mho, Kiyds, boiti iron ami Ticued.
WuilItains A Co.'s superior Gilt Buttons, including Miliary
and Naval.
Oextcr'a very superior Knitting and Tidy Cottons?ull ol
vhicli,as Agents lor lite manufacturers, lin y offer for sale
ill the most iuvorubio it-rms.
Tltey tiro also Importers and Dealers in Pearl liultous
vory and Fancy Combs, Spool and Skein Sewing Cottons,
}hoe and Stay Luces, and a general assortment of Fancy
J nods. oc-l 8 ly'
Turk Hit!iu Parasols rihI Pnrusolef Is.
rlll> subscribers Ituvs now oil hand a large assoriuu ul ol
guecn and black Tuck Satin, watered ami plain changebte
Parasols und Puntsoie-Ms, suitable lor the nicr.Ht renin
raJr.
Also, are now manufacturing in large quantities their
veu-kiiown ' sitpd iJinbreiluH.
Also, a very great variety of Umbrellas und Purusola ol
very <tuahiy.
Jobbers ami country nterchuiils will please give us a call.
ISAAC SMiTil A CO., Wholesale Munuiacturers,
oct8 ly' IhAj pearl si., N. V., uml ^ Milk si., iioHtou.
Watches, Jewelry, 4c.
\ SPLENDID asssortnient of Gold and Silver Duplex,
1 Patent-Lever, Anchor Escapement, Lepitic ami Vertical,
Vale lies, selected from the Inst manufactured lit EunqH
vhiclt will Ite warranted perltcl timekiepeis.
Uso, hoiuu new patterns ol Gold Chains, Seals, Keys, Ac.
do do do Gold Pencil Cases and Gold Pens,
do do do Tiuuihies, Kings, Puis, Ac.
co do Bracelets with Stones.
,do do Silver Forks, Spoons, Ac.
^All the above articles will be sold ut the lowest nrices.
mi warranted to be equal to the beet made iu the city.
MUTT IJKOTHERS, Inqiortsrs of Fine Watches, Ac.,
No. 7 Nohhuu hi reel, opposite the Custom House.
P. H. Clocks mill Watches cleaned and repaired ill the
cry beat manner, and wurrunlcd to give suliidacliou.
octb ly*
Machine llcltlng*
tOODVEAR'S l'aicni <*11111 Elastic Composition for MaJ
chine liclting, uh iiua been uiliy Uslid, |mh%h?hmh lunuucruble
advantages over Unit manufactured out of leather;
vill lust u great ueut longer, uud can be produced at a great
eal Iohh expanse.
The METALLIC 8TEAM FACKIAU, lor steam
oilers, in now conceded to be auperior to uny article ever
el'ore ueed lor that purpose. The above are Hold by
i>. JIOOCMAN,
N. V. India Rubber Warehouse, X# Maidiu Lane,
oct8 ly*
I), HODGjMAfy
J A NUKAfJTURFK and dealer in every variety of Cuodrl
year's Patent Metallic Hum Elastic Fiihrit h, oilers 101
de a large and well selected mock, conaiHting 111 partol tin
dlowiiig articles, vi/.:
Patent Metallic India Rubber Shoes, Sliiired Suspend! rx,
'arriugu Cloths, Macintosh Coats, Machine Handing, l..fe
reacrvt-rs, Coats, Clonks, and Caps, l.egginH, Overalls,
lover, Air IhdHuiid PiIIowh, Air CualiioiiN, Ilorne < 'overs,
amp iiiuiikcts, Travelling llags, Finding and Hunting
ooih, Tolsicco Wallets, liaihing CapH and .vials, Ac.
Also, Day'a Puteiil Hone. An of which Uooda are Wariiited
equal tor durability and liniHh to any 111 the market.
fCJr~ India Hubber Wuretiouso /J Muidcu Lane, corner !
assau street. ocinly*
aper llanglngN, Window HIiadeM anil Up- |
hoi*ivvy UOCMlN.
Ol.OM((N A IIAIll, UromlMHjr, are now rfceiviiiu
per Hie variotiM pucket hIiijmi from tiijglaiid and Franc,
e lurgt Ht inni l? mi HKMirtmi nt of the ?t>ove (lood* iu (in
y, uii oi which ihey otter in any <|uuiitity, wholmule or
luil, at lower price* tliun can b< inuiid in uny oilier talaaliment.
I'oiiiitry meirliaiilN itnd other* will And a large a**ort ill
o| Window Snndt-a and I'h|hi llnrigiiigM ol all Ihc \niih
Kly h * mill prion, and Wlucli Uwy are reuiitoltd in
il nnd t xaniuie.
rhia eotahhahnieiit In alwaya cIommJ on Saturday.
SOLOMON 4 IIAH'I',
*1 o ly Upholsterer* and Importer*, 'Aid Broadway.
J ? O
J. PETIT Jt CO.,
mroKTBIU AND WUOLBAALN DBALRAU IN
SILK AND FANCY DRY CiOODS.
No. 1U PEAK!. SlUBAT, A HW DOOM BkLoW WAU,
NEW VUltK.
nel K? ly
New 1CuIf 1mml Uuld P?h
BAUD JL IIUOTHBlli),
Diamond Pointed Gold Pen Manufacturers,
AND PEALEUK IN
GOLD AND SILVER PENCIL CASES,
No, 1 Court Avenue, Uoxtun.
No. 102 William SrmcKT, Nkw York.
oct 8? ly*
M. W. K1XU di, HON,
-PATENT CHA1K MAKERS,
406 BROADWAY.
PIVOT KKVOLVINCi CIIAIUS, Reciimbcut Revolving
Chairs, Self-acting Extension Recumbent Chairs, Dentist
Chairs, Improved Invalid Wheel Chairs, Brunch Reading
and Writing Desks, and every variety of MccliuiiiculCliuirs
lor eouiiort und convenience.
Also, by permission. manufacturers ol' Major Serle's II.
S. A. Travelling Invalid i'lnur.
Fashionable Cabinet Furniture made to order.
W. h! HALi'eCK, i Nuw V,,rk ort 8?ly*
UEOItUU J. It Y RD,
MANUFACTL'llEIl AND WHOLESALE DEALER IN
Umbrellas, Parasols aud Sun Shades.
No. 1hi) Peart {Street, (uj?]m.u'Ic Ccilui,) Neu> York.
COUNTRY merchauts anil wholesale dealers will always
liud, at Ihe above establishment, an cxtenaive asm allot in
of CM Hit ELLA AT. PA HA SOLS. PA 1LI SOLE 'PTES,
, and SUN S/f A EES, from plaint si description to llie must
splendid ever otic red in the United States; and, from the
improvements he has recently introduced into his muuiifnrlory,
the subscriber is enabled to sell at lower prices than
ever, either lor cash or approved credit.
UKOIIUK J. IIYRI),
oot N ly' 100 Pearl si reel, oppysitc Cedar.
FRENCH CHINA.
U. Q. A 1). HAVir.ANl),
No. 7-1 John Stii'uut,
IMPORTERS OK PORCELAIN, are receiving goods ill
1 usual assortment, among which are :
dUO Dinner Seta, (
IdUO Teu Sets, \*,mt veiynil.
'..no pairs Vast k lor Mantel Ornaments
f.OU pairs Rich Coifeefl
I Card Baskets, Candlesticks, Ac.
ort'8?ly"
EXCELSIOR SHIRT MANUFACTORY.
ELSE LINEN AND COTTON SJtlttTS.
1). W. C'A N K1KLI),
No. 21-2 Maiden Lane, neur Broadway, New York*
Nuuufuetiirer uutt ( ealU'iiu iiN Out litter* !
Slip-is w a era 11 nd to lii admirably.
Ceiiileiuen are invited to cull. oct 8?lyd'
SAMI EI. S PARKER.
wholhsai.k ani) uktaii. dualuit in
EE A THE UN, MATTE ESSES, EE OS. EE OSVEAOS
AND CII AM EE E CLE SITU
EE, SHOW ICE EA VJHS, ij-c.
lfMi ic i:?H CuKHNWICll SrRKKT,
Corner bl Court laud hi., New York.
obi 8?lyd'
, HEABAN AMI III,
321 BROADWAY, NEW YORK,
1 A RE dally receiving I'ruiit tin; large Auction Sales, an anil.
sorinienl ol FANCY und STA PLE J)It Y (JooJ)S,
r adapted to the best City Tradfe, und purchased much below
4 (lie cost ol importation, which they are oiferiug at u vt ry
snuUl advunit:.
L' They have ulso received by the various steamers aud
packets, a very gem rut assortment of HICJI EANC V
* DltY UOOJJS, to which iliey invite the ullention of pur'
chasers. ' In their slock wilt be IbuiUI llie Nouxcuulis uj
' Pur in und Lund on.
Tiiey beg leave to present their thanks for the patronage
so hberutly bestowed upon their establishment, aud to assure
the public that they will strive to secure a continuance
ul confidence and sujijhjiI.
It is their purnose to extend their already large business,
and Hlimuiuicd by their unexampled success thus lur, tliey
I are determined to leave no honorable efforts untried'to acI
complish their design. A considerable umoimt of experi'
eiice in business lias demonstrated to their salislactiun thai
the only sure method of obtaining and securing a large business,
is to have it based upon correct principles, aud thai
while, as men'hants, they consult the interest ol their customers,
they ure pursuing the only true method of advancing
. their own. octB?ly'
I II. C. SMITH At CO.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
and wholusalk and hut ail
CLOCK ESTABLISHMENT,
No. 7'J John Street, New York,
WHERE may be found a large and splendid assortment
of llie best modern improved 'Thirty-Day, Eight-Duty,
h Thirty-Hour, Hums, Wood und Alarm CLUCKS. Willi
- Clock Trimmings, Mahogany Knobs, Spoul Boxes, Spool
- Stands, Iron Rivets, Ax., which will be sold at the lowest
? cash prices.
, Clucks repaired and warranted. oct 8? ly*
, commission ra rer warehouse,
No. 'J iiurling-slip, New Vork.
11I1E highest market, prices paid, in cash, Ibr Rugs, Can,
vim, Hogging, Gross Rirjw, Toned Rope, Hemp Rope,
liujte Cuttings, Cotton Moult, Gunny 1 Sagging, ami all
other kimi 01 i'apt r Maker's Stock, ui their Rag Warehouse,
14 Piatt street, New Vork. net 8? ly*
: CLOTHJNQ, &.C.
de vlins' clothing warehouse,
No. 33 John street, corner ol Nussau.
rnilE Subscribers arc prepared with u most extensive ami
i- select stock ol TALL ASU WINTER CLOTHING,
> to which they respecttully invite the attention ol wholesale
* ami retail buyers.
They luivu on hand nml in process of inunufucture upi
wards of FIFTH FN TIJOUNANV GARMENTS Hi
i which tliey guarantee to be tnude witii all the elegance and
! durability ol the bent custom work of the most fashionable
house-s in tlie United States, ami at prices nbauly onimiai.k
LBss!! and tins. logetlitr witii the Con/i System, tortus the
great secret of llicir moat nattering success.
Their stuck of French, English, German and American
Cloths, Containervo, Vesting*, Ueucers, Tweeds, Qfc. $c., is,
they venture to assert, the largest ami beat selected (of any
similar estublislinu nl> in New Vork.
, Their work nuule lu order they guarantee equal to lliat
made at the most noted nteruliatit tailors ot the city, but at
' prices corresponding with their Cheap Cash 'System. For,
, in every dipuitmeni, they have' uecu red tlie Her vice a of the
. beat Cutlers ami Workmen the city allorilH.
Terms CAtill or no delivery.
DAMUL Ac J. DEVLIN,
oct 8?ly * 33 John sircet, corner of Nassau.
To Neiiatom, lie prose nhilives, At LogUluloni#
FOURTH COITION NEARLY EXHAUSTED OF
Till: STATESMAN'S MANUAL.
, MKAKl.V t- UUlt THOUSAND cu|?it? ul thin v.iluubk
> 1\ National VVoi'K has been exhausted ill one ytar; The
l'lilli Edition ih in tlie prtHH ami Will be ready in it lew days.
Two large volumes 6\u., hllU pug* a. I'nce go.
From the Journal oj Commerce ((/'August lit, 18-10.
44 This ih one ol the most important hooks published in
I the United HutUs lor a long time. The country Uceos sucu
u work, in which by rcuuy reiertuce the citizen hmla at
once uli the valuable opinions on the course ami policy ol
( (he nation, trout the beginning."
, Good and responsible Agents will find it a profitable business
to canvass districts and legislators tor tin- above valuable
work. E. WALKER,
octM ?ly* 111 Foil on si reel,
i removal.
> 8WM " OH>
CI F. LlNUSEl bus removed to the new buildings, No. t.o
It Liberty &i reel, (lirsl stote irolu Ihoailway,) wot re lie is
r prepared to exhibit, Willi lew exceptions, an entire new,
seasonable una desoublc stock ol
nilas anu fancy goohs,
embracing every variety'ol plain and ligured, black, colored
ami changeable Eilns.
DHbRstf UOOLHS of every description; plain ami figured
Cashmeres and Mouse de laiuiew, idcriuocs, ?kc. Also, a
urge aesorlmeiit ol t 'A A C Y CAT A i\0 If ON ALT
i RtHliONN, together Willi plum, colored and black Sulm
i Tuife-tia Ribbons.
FRtNUtiN AND U1MJ> TlilMMLMi8 of every variety
ami ticwesl styles.
tsHA M-Lot ol all kinds ami qualities, including Silk,
llrociiu Tlubbel, Cuslumru Turkerri, dec, *vc. lie woulu
particularly cult atteulioii to Ins unusually large ami desira
ole itHsorirneiii ol LACLH, LMLiUOiDLUlLSS, A A J J
WH1TD MUSLINS.
^Aud lie would respectfully ask the inspection of bis stock
lu general by those who ure willing to avail themselves ol
low pricks lor Cash and ti/torl Li edit. oil a- -dly '
NAAI11UL HAMMOND 4 CO.,
(Late Jleuedict Ac llunmioiid.)
lMl'OHVKRS OF FLSK If 'ATOMS.
No. 11 Merchants' Exchange, (Ilr4l door in WillUun street.)
HAVE constantly on IihimI it large uud vuluuble assort im m
ol t'LW WATUHtHjol theirownimportation, which
11icy arc now Helling ul lower price* (when quality is compared,)
than cun be purchased ul any dealer hi New Vora.
A wrilteu warrantee, in ull cases, will be given to the purchaser.
h. Hammond having nlleuded aolely to (he repairing ol
Chrouomuter, Duple*, and other line Watches, in the lute
linn ol lleticdici ?v Hammond, will continue in give Iiih undivided
attention to that branch ol I he huHiiiettH, iii connexion
with Iiih prcHciit purnur, whose reputation Iiuh i<>o^
hi nee been eatatiiialu.d, nuvnig worked lor the luat (til year*
lor the trude in ilnaciiy.
N. II.?A large and valuable UHMorihiciit ul'Jewelry, Mil
ver Ware, Ollite and Mantel Clocks, Ate., coiiMlauiiy on
hand. oct tliy'
II In uk Hooka uud Hiatloncry
SOUTHERN nierchiiutM and others in lived of supplitK
O lor I lie coiiutuig room, can he lurinslicd with Rogers,
journals, day books, cash 1.00ka, blotters, and every vurieiy
of account bonks manufactured t.f (lie last materials.
Copying presses of every Hiyle and price, copying ItUei
hooka, copying paper, Stephens', Arnold's, l'erry a, May
nard Ac Noyts', Cooper Phillips', uinl titifuuii copying
iiikM and willing UiiitiH.
Jathographic blauka, hiliN of exchange, hills of lading,
notes, checks, and drolls, circular le-lius (uud it desired o.
f.tc-Hiimlie of hand writing) lummhtd ul snort notice, uuo
at prices but little al?ove ordinary printing.
I CIER A. MEKIEIt,
oct8 ly* Stationer uud Cltliogrupher, 4tfWsllsL I
Piano Fortes.
JAMES IMRSSON, HH? Walker street, has imw oil hand,
uud ih daily tlnioliiug, Piano Fortes of every dtst riptiou,
irom Iiih very superior horikontul grands now 11 to plan,
square <i l-l octaves, comhimug all the improvements 01
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Uruiis, uuui ui I Mining, itml every dcitci iption ui Mercaiiut*
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Copying Paper, Copying Ink*and Writing Fluid*, Copying
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Letter Paper, plain anil ruled ; LiiVciopeu anil envelope.
Paper*, CaHli boxen, Letter JLickh inul InkMlniidM, ami every
aTuCle 01 Stationery net4h.il in cnmiting-iooniM or olllct, lor
Male liy 1'D LIl A. MLSlKK,
net H I y * Lithographer aim Stationer, ill Wall Hi.
I. I.NII col.I? AM) MlLVKtt W A l t IILS ThtNM Who
x wimIi to piiruniiMU Com or Silver Wmu ii. h will mm it
^really to tin ir advantage to t:uh on Uie MUlMKriher, wuo in
nclnhg ail description* 01 line Coin ami Silver WaiciieM at
retail, lower than any other Iiuumc in the city.
1'iiic Com uiiil Silver Cugli*h 1'ateni Lever Watches.
Do do Detached Lever do
Do do Lt'piliu do
l^tdn-H' and geiitlemeh'h line Cold Cuard CliauiM.
Do do breastpin*.
Lulus' lirarclctH.
Cold Pencil*.
Cold WaU'in a an low ?m fJU to ?35 each.
Wah iich aim Jewelry exchanged or houghl. All Watches
warranted iotke?p good initc or thu money reluruetl.
Walcm h, Chants, add Jcwt iry rt-puind in the b?Mi in.oim r
mid wiirraiuetl at mm n It** loan the initial pncdl.
UkU. C. At.I.C.N, importer,oi WaoditH and
Jewelry, wiioita.de uml re tad,
oct 8 ly' ol Wuii mi. corner oi Wilhuiii, op stair*.
KIM V K LOP EH.
The Commercial Adhmlon Envelope*.
OKUlllllINC neither wealing wax. wafers or letter nihiii
LI Which hr?i import. .1 mi.l for ?*!? by ANHTIt'K, [Q ]*?*
mii Rtreci, upp<Hiiiu the |K)Nt office, are worthy the attention
?f the men-?util? conimuiniy.
oct b-dly*
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NHW STOCK OK
EMBROIDERIES, &c.
nONSISTINO OF IUCII MKCII1.IN TRIMMING LAC.: *
Patent do do do ,
'do do do do
Lisle Thread do do all widths uudtpiulilie
New style of Motiralug Collars, very neat.
Tape bordered Lawn and Linen Cambric k lldkfa.
Hemstitched do do do do
Wide and Narrow lLverierc Bordered do
Rich Needlework do
A LAWiK ASROKTMENT OF
Figured mid plain while Netts, all widtliaIIlack
Silk and Cotton do do
do and light colored Crapes, Cra|?e Link and Illusion.
A Fit ESI I STOCK OF H
. laid it * and Gentlemen's Dark Kid Gloves, beat quality.
Silk and Satin Scurfs and Cruvuls.
Kich Needlework Capes and Collar*, lie went alylu.
Inluiit's Needlework llohe* and Cap*.
Also a great variety of Evening Dresses, colored and
plain while. For aale by i
JAMES MAIIHETT A SON. H
oci8?dly 71 UarcUiy at., corner Greenwich *ts
NKW YORK AND LIVEUPUOL LINE OF I
PACKETS.
VIZ ILL sail from New York on the 11th, and from Livery
If pool on die 2Glh of every mouth.
From New York. From Liverpool.
New Ship tSept. 11 Oct. 26.
W ATE It I.OO, {Jan. IJ Feb. 'J6.
Capl. F. F. Allen. ( May II June 20.
Ship yOci. II Nov. 20. j
STEP'N WHITNEY, {Feb. II Mai-. 20
Capl. C. W. I'opham ( June II July -go.
New Slop w Nov. 11 Dec. 20.
JOHN It. SKIDDV, {Mar. II April 2b H
("apt. J. C. Luce, (July II Aug. 2b.
New Ship w Dec. 11 Jan. 'JO.
WEST POINT, < Ap'l 11 May *i H
Capt. W. 11. Alien, ( Aug II Sept. 26.
The qualities of the ubove uhipn, and the reputation of
their ctunmandtra are well known. Every exertion will he j
made to promote the comfort of pussciige r* and the interests I
of importers. Tin; price of passage from New York to Li- I^H
vurpool ia ilU), from Liveriiool to New York JS25, induding
store* and bedding, without wiueA Neither the captain IflH
nor owner of Iheae whip* will be responsible for uny letter*.
pareela, or package*, utile** regular bills of lading are sign- l^H
i d therefore.
For freight or passage, apply to
octS- dly' U. KEItMIT, 76 South at H
NUUD1NU BOTTJLICS, I
INI) II It EAST SHIELDS -With patent flexible ivory H
lL inoullt piece.
The ho hue riber reHpectfully solicits the uttculiou ul lliouu
interested, to these contrivances for feeding intiintg.
1*1. They arc free Irom taste or smell, and pliable.
I 2d. Will not act ou the milk uor the milk on them.
:kl. They are kept clean with very little trouble.
I ^4 Id. Are the best known urliticiu! moans lor leediug in
lam*. They luivu beeti in uso lor some yuursuud give very
I decided HatistiuJlion.?Price ?l and $1 On.
ElUL I)H I'll V, tkMI llroudway,
t urner ol Houston street.
I Cuution.?Imitation* of my article* are already u lie red for .
sale in various quarters. Be particular to examine tha stamp
ami ask lor Dupuy'a Paleul Nursing llottle or llreast Shield
ik-iS ly\
iieutlcuieu'N Fall aud Winter Hear.
\VM. T. JKNN1NUS A CO., I
Dkaukiih ano Tailous, importer* of Cloth*, Cussi moves, H
Vesting*, Fancy Dies* ArlickH, Ac., 231 Broadway, Ante- lH
rican Hotel, oiler for inspection an intensive axaoruitulU ol
new and fashionable good* for Fall and Winter wear, se- H
ice led Willi a view to rendering tiieir slock a* rich in quali- H
ly and variety u* can be found iu the city. H
fUU Of tJHCOATS- Blue, black, brown olive, and
greet.milled cloth*; various shade* Heaver do; drub and S
nine Devonshire Kersey; Canada grey do; drub, blue and fl
liluck Pilot Cloth; brown, black, blue, ami drab Mohair
Coatings.
r? JI\ run f /iut'Atf, out ( A?v, ?j-f. -Heaver ami milled
Cloths, Signovui's, u new article: extra Tweed a, Ac.
DRESS AND FROCK COATS, lihm, l.luck, olive,
blown, green and Adelaide Cloths, ??i liiolly's, Siiuoiii'm,
and other fabric*.
JJ USJN ESS AND TRAVELLING CO A 7V>'~lNuid
Cussniiere, Tweeds, and other good*.
HUNTING COATS.? Olive, brown, and drab Mole*
km, Ac.
J'AN'1'ALOON.S.?French, English, Herman and American
black, blue, mixed, uud fancy Cussimeres, selected
with a releronce to thu various tasnsof our numerous pa
irons in iIiih hue, to which hucIi ulleiilioii Iiiih been directed
.4s to enable us to nnmru a til continuing esse uud elegance.
VESTS.?Uiaclt silks and wit ma, fancy do, woollen uud
velvet .plaids, figured Meniioh, while and budf Cassimerrs
and Marseilles, rich Slk ami Satins, for Hall and Turtles,
ARM YAN1) NA VY.?Experience cnubles us to furnish
Uniform* in Mlrictconformity with rv|(ulalioiiH,and we huve
always oil hand the material necessary to the d liferent
grudts of the service.
FIRST QUALITY READY MADE GARMENTS.
Equal to the best custom work.
O VEllCQA I'M.?liruwn. olive, greeu, black, and blue
beaver, and milled cioih Surloui*; u large assortment im*
j i to veil styles Sacks, including blue, black, brown, uud drab
Mohair; drab aud bine Pilot; olive uud brown Tweeds, Ac
Voutiraaud Hoy's Overcoats. Winter Trucks, Suck a, Ac.
Uuhiiichs and Travtlling Coals. Olive, brown, greeu, uud
blue Cloths, plaid Cussimeres, Twetds, Ac. Orewtaiid Truck
Coat*?A large assortment m various colors and lubricu.
Cloaks -lllue und iilack Cloths, full und three quarter circles,
Tuntaloons?11 lack, blue, inixeil, and laucy Cussimeres;
plain and ribbed velveteens, lor riding, travclliug
Ac. Vt slings?lilack Silk, Satin, llombazuie, uud Cussi*
mere; fancy Silk, Satut, and Valencia; tigucred uud j>l?un
wool Velvet, black uud figured Silk do. Dressing uowiik ?
l)u Laities, Merino, ami Iigured Muslin, in great variety.
Hunting Coats, in various styles.
FAN C Y DRESS ARTICLES.?Tuglionl, Jenny Und,
Mazurka, and other styles fancy Cruvats; English, Trench,
und lluhuu black uil' Cruvats; extra uud medium quality
black satin Cravats; superior black silk and Sauti Scully
newest style fancy do; Merino Scurfs or Mullles, for travelling,
AC.; twilled unil plain English, Trench, uud India
Toikit Handkerchiefs. Cloves? Chason's und llujou's
hliu-U wliim. ami cnloivd kiih ului M. i iiw. IliirVukii. I> >. .I
Uorhii, Linen, Cotton, dec. Suspenders?All the various
styles and qualities. Uudervesis and Doawers? Mei inu,
Silk, aud Uuckskin, Wool und Cotlou Flannel. Hall Host-,
Winlejuid Mixed Merino, und Cotton, various grades; Shu ts,
Uosoms, ami Collars. Umbrellas, Silk, and Cotton.
PltHJti UUOiJti.?Clotiis, Cauuiiueres, Vesting*, ?kc.,
as extensive an assortment as cuu ho louud ill the couulry,
which will ho sold hy the piece or yanl, at us low prices as
they can he bought, with Inu obvious advantage hi a selection
from what can he relied U]>ou us the most fiishionuhle
goods.
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