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Lkcsijre os AoXlClTI.Tr/RK.?The lecturr-of Mr. Coleman, ;
delivered ai the Amrri an Institute on Wednesday evening,
was very long and rather tiresome: but it contained many
truths and practical suggestions worthy of general considera?
tion. Toe main topics of his address were the dignity of
manual labor, the true n ldtion of Agriculture to National
vroaJth. social prosperity and individual happiness, the vari?
ous abuses which have grown out of its neglect and the
means necessary to restore it to its proper rank in general es?
teem. The cor.tr.o?t between onr own land and foreign coun?
tries,?in the freedom and sure reward of labor, and in the
s/ridor scop- which we enjoy for manifald improvements, was
fullv displayed ; and many valual !e statisti -s were presented,
of the amount of grains raised in various portions of this and
foreign lands,?of the results of different modes of culture
and of the new invention- which have been introduced, and
Che ways devised to cany forward this great branch of true J
The preval'-nt opinion that the discoveries of science enn
not be profitably applied to agriculture was disproved, and
?earnest attention to the results of experiment and the de?
ductions of analogy was zealously urged. Some very usetul
practical remarks were marie upon the im perfect culture off
lands,?the neglect lo manure and otherwise nourish them,?
the plan of constantly employing the ground, for a succes?
sion of vears, without respite ami the careless, half-way cul?
ture too often bestowed upon valuable farms thus rendered
almost worthless. The disposition of our people to become
rich by speculation?by'dealingin fancy stocks?and in oil
S'jrts of stock except lice stock,' was severely reprehended. |
and die opinion maintained that, ia order to prosperity, this
must give place to a regard for and a devotion to agricultural
pursuits and a just appreciation of honest industry.
The proper and most feasible method to bring about this
desitabie state of public feeling, in Mr. Coleman'.* opinon, is
to organize agricultural societies throughout the country, to
diffuse information ujson this and kindred subjects and to do
vise and give weight to plans for the promotion of our agri?
cultural interests. He -poke in terms of high commendation j
of the Institute- already formed for purposes akin to these, of j
the efforts of individuals in different sections of the l*. State? :
and the spirit generally manifested among the well and ac- |
Curately informed portions of community with regard to these i
subjects. He mentioned the plan which has been suggested '
of establishing a central Agricultural Society, and approved 1
rather of dividing the United State s into fmr Districts and I
thus establishing as many separate Societies.
The audience was rpiito numerous and ns attentive to the I
discourse *> the nature of the subject would easily aHow.
Correspondence of the Savannah Republican.
Ftoaioa, April 4, 1841. i
An express has this morning arrived at Pilatka from Fort J
Tvwig, stating that the Indians' have exhibited n hostile attitude
this day within one mile of Fort King. A party of seven war- j
riors suddenly emerging from the hammock, attacked a small j
party of soldiers who were out hunting, fired upon them and
killed private Thompson, company "H," Second Infantry.
This occurrence took place at 12, M. A detachment of the
command at Fort King immediately left in pursuit Another
item to add to the pleasing prospect of the closing the war.
The.se Indians are supposed to be of the same party which
left Fort Clinch yesterday about the time the express rider
started from that station for Fort King. It is now the full of
the moon, and you may expect shortly to insert in your columns
Oil article headed ' Bloody Massacre.' Yours, Ac.
Execution.?The execution of John White, for the mur- j
?der of John Glenn and John Gwadkin, look place yesterdav j
morning, near the corner of Brook streel and Broadway. |
He was sentenced during the last sitting, on criminal busj- i
ness, of the Jefferson Circuit, to be executed on Thursdnv,
tho Rib of this month between the hour* of l> A. M., and
3 P. M.
At his own request, he was taken out at the earliest hour
assigned, and at K) minutes past 6 he was launched into
eternity. His demeanor throughout his trial, imprisonment,
and last moments, ua. marked bv recklessness or assumed :
indifference, if not real insensibility.
White was a large man?toll, and of great muscular pow- i
er?und seemed to sutler dreadfully during the first five min- !
?utes after the drop fell. In twenty minutes more his bodv
v?as cut down and taken to die Medical Institute, when*, wa' j
understand, u few galvanic experiments were successfully |
performed on it. [Louisville Advertiser. * j
stales nt ihr Mtock ICxchnu;;r, Friday, April 16.
25 I'. H. flunk.b 60 days 17 1100 do do .b ?0 days 10
5fl ilo do .b30 days IT ! lmi do do . 9}
193 do do .16} 50 do do .b 00 days nj
5S do do .next week 16} I 15 do do .;i|
50 do do . Iii; 25 do do . pj j
H)0 do do .b 30 days 16(1 M) do do . :)i
50 do do .s 10 days 1? 5 Am. Ex. Rank.$4 !
330 do do .b 00days'nil S Mechanics'Bonk'gAaso... 73]
Jim do il<.I 30 days 17 50 Mechanics' Rank.9fl"
ST) do de .'.. 17} 120 Rank of State of N. Y.90
2f> d<> do .?? ISdava 17 j 50 Vicksburg, Rank. 5?
2 )0 do do .s 20 day? 17 25 do do . r>j
175 do do .'.. 1711100 Pateraon R. R.l
so do do ... i next week I7|) 35 do do .4Sj
1 ? -1 DeL und Hudson.WJ}i <">d L. Island R. R. 531
*V> do de .bl5day?92J 85 Harlem R. R. 27}
?00 do do .93 I 50 do do .b 30 days S3]
2>i) do do .92|| 75 do do .b30day?28J
50 do do .92} 160 do do .b 30 du?? 2S'
25 do do .s GO days 92 i 25 Stonington.".. 27*
' 50 N. A. Trust. 91150 do do .271
125 do do . 9J1 5 Uticii and S. R. R.132
50 Del. mid Hud.. b 15 davs 93 i 75 do do . . .. 9}
50 do do .b 3 days 93 50 ?. 8. Hank. 171
35 M. A. Trust. 911
Commercial and ."tloncy JTlattcrsi.
Friday. P. M.
The sale- at the Stock Exchange to-day were comparatively light,
aad price- generali) varied but little from those of yesterday. I>eh
"ivare A Hudson advanced J percent; Patersnn Railroad i: Long
lsUud I ; Utica and Schenecladv I; Illinois sixes declined i.
Stave Stocks,?Jl.ooo Near York State five and a half pec cents
were .old at 4?. and $10,000 Illinois mv,., :lt 471.
At Philadelphia yesterday, United States Rank .-hare- sold at 173 a
At Baltimore 1 Ith. the transactions in Flour were limited, and the
Mocks The demand was small; Wagen price $450, City Mills
84 62?- Susqaehana t 6-;. Wheat, prime red, 95a 105. Cora, white
45a46; yeUow, 4da49. Maryland Oats, 30?scarce.
At Savannah, 9th, the demand for Cotton bad been light with a
downward tendency in price. The Stork was limited. A derhne of
i had been submitted to. Sales ot* the week about 1900 bulos at 9-ull
?principaliy at 1UUI0*. There was a moderate demand for Rice
at ?jadj?mostly at $3- Exchange on England 7 per cent; Drafts nt
sight on N. York 2 pel rent, prent.
The Comptroller adv ertises that he redeems the uotcs of .Miller's
TtsnV of Clyde at '.if per rent., and hopes to make future dividcud of I
?at c.-m from an unsettled claim.
Al Avigasta 9ih. the Cotton market was quiet in consequence of
?holder, n^klnc higher rates than had ruled. Small parcels bad been
Oaken at lOalli At Mobile 5th, of Cottou lo a fair extent at full
prices,and marketclosjed ?rm. Exchangeon EugUnd 13,ni:ti; Kr.
5 . -lyrt'.. -V \ ork. -.
BV Al'STIN, WlLMERlMNU A Co!
Teas, imported in ship l..on. Terms, 6 months, //woa-36chests
TOe.-^-l ?uhravvn; 10 halfchesU,K2c_130 withdrawn. Young Hv
, ,o?144 chesia. 70c.: 17 do 69c ; in do 63c. | 15 do li7;r.; 30 do ?;7c.
3 do 66;c.; 11 do 65; ; .'s9 half eho>ts 79c.*-. Im do 701c.; 159 do 70c
-JO d.. 69.; 66 do 68J?.: 36 do 6Sc.: 10 aatfcJaa?,, Cnion 51c.. 600 do
wtthdraan. Gunpowder?16 half cheats, :.7jc; iu do withdrawn; gg,
i:tlb boxe-, 63!? ; :a do Utc ; 200 do 62Jc ; 50 CIS boxes 66c. Impe
Tial?35 t31h boxe-, 64c ; 150 do62}r ; 50 6ih l?oxr4, CSc. Souchong?
190 thrst- withdrawn. CoagO?85 chests, 601c; 10 do 60c ; d?, and
?417 half do withdrawn.
Rv WakiNsA Rollins.
Rtai Ettal??Tbc brak hous- and lot No. 7 :kl street?lot 25 t>y 80
Rv Ms. HorrsivN & Co.
Sun Inc.?Ci.h?322 boxes buoch Raisins $1 35al 77Jc; 00 do
Muscat, lie 75a80c ; SO kegs do $.1 37|c, 4 mos.; l'.'hhds Cuba Musco?
vado Sugar6}c, ra?h ; 27 tNne, brown Havaanah do5Ja5jc. 100bun?
dles paper 35r j 10 boxes Glau 1J ; 27 do 1J ; 23 boxe? Cav. Tobacco
15*. 4 is*. ,arr $100. 0 hhd Suutrrne ?ine $7 37} | 3 do imitatiou
Perl 17c ; 5 .jr do ICc , 70 cases Clarot $1 25sl 62j.
PORT OF NEW-YORK. APRIL 17,1841
Liverpool. March 19 | Havre, indirsct. March 16 | N. Orleans, April 0
steam pickets to arrive.
The Great Western. H.?-kra. leave! Liverpool 3rd April.
Tb> Columbia, leave* l.ivrpool 4th April, for Halifax and Ilo-ton.
fackets. lo Arrive. Packrti to Depart.
From Liverpool. To London.
Sto;ih>.a WbitO'v, Thompson. Westminster. Moore. April 30
Mare a i St. Jam--. Si May I
Colambtu, Baralov-, March 7 Montreal. Griffiing, May 10
Sheridan, Depeyster, March 13] To Liverpool.
South 4meries,"B?iley, March |0 Sh-fMd. Allen. April 14
Geo Wa-hinctou. Burrows. Mar'i" New-York. Cropper. April 19
From London. To Havre.
Montreal. Grilling, February 27 Viile de Lyon. Stoddard, April 2)
filadialor. Britton. March 7 To New-i )rl*-ans.
Mediator, Cbamplio, March 17 Mississippi,Hilliard, April 19
(Jusbec, Hebard, March -.'7
Silric He Gra-.e. Burrows,March -
Sully. Thompson, Mnrrh !?)?
Ship Cameron, Waiting;, Chc-tc-?T S F.atz.
Fr barque Eugene, Beauvois, Havre?A Seignetu
I'nr Joseph Atkins, Higctna, Si Thorns ? Foster A Nickc--o3.
Br brig Gazette, Hurst. Cadet?Beaumont i Berklv.
.?sehr Robert Bruce, Herrick, Pdue Hill.
sehr Valiant Honey quill, Philadelphia.
Ship Panama, Benjamin, Canton?N L A G Griswold. The Pana?
ma left in Macao Roads,6th Jan.ships Horatio, Rowland; Eben Pre?
ble, Mall-i; Oneida, Swift; Akbar,Durnaresque; Lowell. Remmond-:
Konocnassett, Wate.-inau ; Florida Faucan. She left no .-hips in
Shi|> (.lube. Lawry, N Orlean-G F.lwell.
Ship O'Connor, Jackson, New Orleans?Scott A Morrel.
Barque Levant. Hall, Havana 14 days.
Brig fiiraffe. Eldridge, Port au Prince? B. Aymar & Co.
Brir Dimon, Charleston, Dunham i CTearman.
Brig Augnsta, Sherwood, Savannah 10 day'?Sturg.-s A C|e.-,rmaa.
ftrii* Wampane) , *innui\i>s Is dtiy-.
Swedish ling Jane, Wablman, Marseilles 70 days? E a- T Pappe.
I'ami lies nho study cleanliness, economy, and comfort are re?
commended to (v.H ^1 71 Gold-street and examine Willis's Patent
PaEMtvM Bedsteads, for which the -Over medal was awarded at the
Fair of the American Institute iu 1839, These Bedsteads utterly pre?
clude the possibility of any verui.n etTeetiitr? a lodccrnent, whilst in re
gard t'i durability and cheapness; they stund Unarivalled They al-o
pocseH the important advantage of being put up or taken down in
/r.?j /Aon (i mimitr. An examination will prove that every thin:: de?
sirable iu a Bedstead has been concentrated in this ?r plus ultra of
Willis. _ alC-lu).
In thi? city, April 13, Peter II. Mori; lo Sarah Vredenbufgh.
April 18, Joseph C. Pinckney to Hester Ann BloomDeloV,
April IS, Jo-eph Ramee toCathrin A. Smith.
At West Farms, April 10, A. G. Powell 10 Louna Delanry.
in this city, April 15, Henry, youngest son of Isaac and Mary Ann
Labagb. The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully in
rited (o n'lend hi- fun-rnl to-morrow afternoon, at half past 4 o'clock;
from Ins late residence. 136 Madison street.
April IC>, Sarah Renshaw, oaky rhild of VanderbiH L. and Sarah
Buzton, aged 16 months.
THE NEW" WORLD.
Contents for tie tceek ending Saturday, April 17, 1841.
I. Fifteen new Poems nv Thomas Moore, anther of Lulla Rookh.
These s.,ns? are ecjual to Moore's best: they have remained till now
uupublished. They are takeu from the fiflb volume of the new edi?
tion of In. works.
II. Two Okh.inal Discourses on the Devth or PprsinrNT Harri?
son, bv the Rev. Cortlandt Van Rensselaer and the Res S. (i. Hull?
finch. The discourse by Mr. Van Rensselaer wan preached in
Washington, in the presence of Prosjdent Tyler, the members of his
Cabinet mid the public authorities. It gives a full sketch of the life
of General Harrison, and anmcrous personal anec lot.-.
III. Caki.vle's^Lki tikes on Heroes, Heao Worship, and tiis He?
roic in HiSTORV.?The Hero a- Divinity concluded.
IV. Ten Thousand a Year.
V. Ornamental gardening,?wuh Wood Cut Illustration*.
V'L Account of a magaiBCenl work in the I-laud ol" Madeira.
VII, Comb to our Bali , a Poem by VV. Mnckworth Praed.
VIIL Lockiiart's Spanish Ballads.
IX. Washington Corrcspokoence, several interesting letter-, toge?
ther ?ith a crenl variety of editorial ixni news article".
CSubscriptions $.1 a year, or $r> for two copies Single Copies 6:
cent-. Otfice :>0 Ann streeL
a IT ll J. WINCHESTER, Publisher.
THE BROTHER JONATHAN.
We .shall this we.-k offer a paper which for interest am! attraction
will surpass any previous i.s.uc from the periodical press of this or
any other country. Among the leading features will lie found :
THREE SERMONS ON THE DEATH OF GEN. HARRISON ;
AN ENGRAVED PORTRAIT OF PRESIDENT TYLER :
A NEW SONG BY THOMAS MOORE.
The Sermons are u- follows:?
A Discourse, delivered at the Baptist Tabernacle, ia Mulberry -t.
by Rev. J. O. Choules, on Sabbath evening la-t. This discourse con?
tain.- nrv many anecdotes of General Harrison and bis family, com
municated to the author by Gen. Harrison himself. It is, in fact, a
eaksgy upon the I its Chief Magistrate of ihi? country ; and w a? listen?
ed to wuh breathless attention by a crowded auditory.
A DISCOURSE, delivered by Rev. B. F. Barret, to the New Jerusa?
Death a Divist: Appointment, a discourse delivered on Sabbath
morning last, in the Church ofihe Messiah,bjr Rev. OrviUa Dewev.
Among tl.ther milter will be found: ?
Pkksiu.vnt John TtlER, an original sketch of his life, with a Por?
AcRICULTURE, an Address delivered before the American lu-ntute.
on Wednesday nvrniugby Henry Colemm, Agricultural Commissioner
of Massachusetts, reported Ibi the lire.ther Jonathan.
The LlCUT ok Heart, an Original Indian Legend of Michigan,
written for the Brother Jonathan.
Sovereign Woman, a uu? Song, words and air by Thomas Moore,
now first published in this country.
The Clown in the Gkev Coat, a popular Irish Legend!
Whips imr v Pensv, mi Essay after Lamb. b.. Marlin Doy le.
CoressioN of Peter Robinson.
FUNERAL CEREMONIES.?A full uecount of the monriitns pageant in
this city, on Saturday last.
New.. Miscellany, Watch Returns, Ac. al7 It
BOARD IN (s I> M:\V-\OBK.
/ 1ENTLEMEN vi-iting New-York will find a quiet and pleasant
v? home at the GRAHAM HOUSE, No. 63 Barclay street, where
ample accommodations are r.t all ti;nev reserved for transient Boarders,
and afforded at moderate prices, by the day or week. No fumes ol
Tobacco or Alcohol will be found to tuiut the atmosphere. N. B. A
few permanent Boarders will b.- taken. ROSWKLL GOSS.
New-York. April 17th, 1841. If
SAniTKL. W. BK.VIiDK T. Watch Maker. Men
_ Exchange, corner of VVall and William streets, having formed a
j connection in business with S. HAMMOND, their personal attention
; will be given to repairing fine Waichs,. The most complicated part.
I of Duplex and Chronometer Watches put in equal to the original
Mr. Hammond would make his acknowledgements to the public
! for tht ir kiin!n"-s and patronage slues living in New York, and will
! always give their work preference in malting Duplex wurk. but will
I not be able to make any discount from the retail price.
Duplex, Independent Second, and other Watches of splendid pat
: terns for sale, w srruiited perfect or the money returned. Jewelry
' iiud Silier Ware as usual
?17 iy BENEDICT A HAMMOND.
>t?. 4 PECK lai.IF.
DOCTOR CARPENTER continues us jsiial to devote his ealiie
persona! attention 10 ihe general duties of his profession.
Those who have bca so unfortunate as to become the victim'of
unqualified and unprincipled charlatan! with which this ciiy abound-,
in consequeuec of the laxity of our laws regulating the medical pro?
fession, are respectfully solicited to call at his old established Dispen?
sary No. 4 I'eck slip, whore many thousand- have been in ide lo re?
joice at a happy deliverance from their manifold diseases.
To stranrers. Dr. Carpenter begs l?avc to add that he i. a native
and "to the manor l>o.-n :" that he is a graduate of Union College, and
receded his diploma in this city; (claims no royal honors, a lic-o
ii lie of the New York State Medical Society, and has had t:?arly thirty
years practice ant e aperieBce in Ibis city, und what is most important,
be speedily and effectually cures hu patients.
Separate otfice and entrance. Charres reasonable al6
ll'llVDOIV <? LA*.*- American Window Glass of Frank
*> lin, Fulton and Delaware brands, comprising a complete assort?
ment of sizes, from 6 by 8 to 90 by 26.
FRENCH WINDOW GLASS?1000 boxe, French Window and
Picture Glas?, of doable and siiKle thickness, of superior quality?
sj/.s from 7 bv 9 to 31 bv 42.
DRUGGISTS' GLASS WARE?TOO parkar*, Druccist- Glas>
Ware from HarBMny GbUM Works, cmbrafiing a ceneral asM.rtment
of Vi?]? and Bottles. For sale bv
MORGAN AND WALKER,
alO tf ? Manufacturers' Agents. !7J Water-st.
BRISTOL'S EXTRACT OF SARSAPARILLA, for all impnities
of the blood. For v.: .: MIL HA ITS PHARMACY,
N2 Jlr Broadway
or KATURJL BISTORT AlW SCIENCE.
Broad?ty. opposite City Hall and the Park knn?B ns Prole's Museum. '
Oa Monday,Wedcesday ?od Friday F.Tonicr;* it r o'clock.
of Vo-al and lustrum-, atsl Mu?ir wi? be pit-on bv
Mr.. MORLFY. assisted bv Mr. RAYMOND. Mr. JOMNSO.V. and
Mr. BEAM KS.
On Tuesdays, Thursday and Saturday*, at 3 o'clock. V. M there
will be experiments made on she tvbjert of" ANIMAL MAGNETISM,
or the Nervo-Vital Fluid.
Admittance 2." cents. Children half price. a!7
people's m.yej op ?*tea.1BOATJ>
s? r-?*? FOR ALBAST....FARE ?I.
Us?-?*?> ~s^^ ' The d?? na<i commodious ?tearaboal .-?i >CTH LHE
1 "RICA. 1'apt. Braiaard. leave the steamboat pirrbc
tweeaCortlandt and Liberty street-. Tai? Aflermxjn.'Saturiiay; April
17th. at.i o'clock.
Then-.* -traml-oat NORTH AMERICA, f'.ipt. M H. Truesdell,
leav<-. r.n Monday afternoon. April IPth. at 5 o'clock.
Fur pasrure or freight, npplv to
P. C. SCHULTZ, at the otSce. er on board.
N*. R. All kind* of property taken only at the risk of the owners
XT' The ?rarit of this enemy to hum?n health and happiness, ba
reduced mum an individual to poverty. Ji-trev. unsuoh. anil death
Like Prlix. deferring an all-important point to "a more convenient ?
season," many lo-c the op'innr opportunities' of serving tbemeels r?
and other'. Procrastination in liu-mrs- matter-, produce* the
spirit in cases of health, am! maay a per-on adopts 1 vrry excuse! for
the ni-slt-rt of the uiie. ami the oir.is-ion of the other. In eajeis of in?
cipient Consumption, every article i> obtained to afford -p-edy relt.-f
?bleedinr and blistering are resorted to?mid the patient i? tortured |
by operation-and drur?. 'Why.' -ays a visitor. *do you not try !
Pease's llorehound Candy ?' The answer u?11 w ill, 11" I 1011 not bet?
ter in I few day-?I willcoasnlt my physician.' This is done, and he
-ay?. ? I abhor quark medirines." The patient know\r.z it- harmless
??iTects. sends for a package, takes it unknown to the phvsirsjii : re?
covers health and -trt-neth. and the doctor boast- of his niracalous :
recovery, little suspecting that it wa? done by oue pucko",.- oi" Pease's
llorehound Candy, from 40 Ltivision street.
I bad air family all afflicted with the rroup. and every medical
1 attendant despaired of the relief of my younger children moreeepe- 1
\ nally. We w ere warmly reeoauaeaded your estimable Ilorchouad
Caadj?ami the re?ult was ssrapid as it was efficacious. The family
now enjoy their usual health, and the medical attendants have ae
k::ow ledged it- powerful efficacy upon the vouncest a- well a< the old
est Sigaed, 8.TOWNER.IJO Charles street
For -ale. wholesale and retail, by J. PEASE A SOX, 43 Division i
street. ' ulU-ltn
MORE CONVINCING PROOFS OF THE PECULIAR
40 DIVISION STREET.
I have been troubled with a terrible alarming eougb, which crtlled
' on my luncs, and threatened almost iauneduta death. cede: ""
many cough remedies, without experiencing any relief, and ?:i> indu
I Ced to make tri:J of Pease's llorehound. aiiil 1: afforded nnni'ssWi: re
lief, ami I now enjoy as good health, 11? not better, than I have for ten
; >> ar>. ami would recommend it to ail.
K. B. HESERVE, 121 Fir?t-t.
I I have n?ed Pcu?e'- K.-?enee of Ilor-'houn-l Caady, and have found
I it aa invaluable medicine for the purpose for w hich it is intended.
J. LLND3EY, Pastor of M. E. Church, Second st.
I made tnul of the parrel of HorehounH Candy jrou sein m-. and
nothinc I have taken has afforded me any degree of the relief 1 hate
derived from your exedleat Vet pleasant remedy.
V KELLOGG; Recant Pastor of M. K. Church,Will. ? -t.
No public speaker should be without Pease's Essence nf lionihouod
Candy. I can cheerfully recommend it. Rev . J. AVERS,
late Pa.tor of M. E. f'hurrh. Halley >t. Church Newark. N. J
or inquire at 'Sfi Broad -trc.-t, New ark.
Rev. W. C. Haw ley 03 Crosby street, ba- also tested the virtues
j of Pease'-Candy.
j Elder Knapp hns also u?e.l Pease's llorehound Cju.1v and recom
j mend- it to public speaker-.
Rev. J. Craw ford. Pastor of the M. E Church, 10 Forsyth street,
! has used Pease's Meditated Candy, and recommends it to all those
w ho-e avocation requires the use of the voice.
Rev. Dr. S. Luckey, P. E. of the N. Y. District, ha- used Pease's
Candy and recommends it 10 all those who are in need of its healing
j anil curative qualities.
j Rev. Mr. Whitaker, Pa-tor of the Presbyteriaa Church, Catharine
street, corner of Madison, also hu- u.-ed, and recommends Pease's
Rev. Mr. Griffin. Pastor of M. E. Centenary Church. Brooklyn, al-o
recommends Pea-e'.- Candy.
Tamils will find Pease's Candy very L'-sid for the whoopingcough.
Th* undersigaed have used Pease'. llorehound Candy with un?
bounded success, uu.l recommend it to iU those who are afflicted with
IL Aver?, collector for the N. Y. York Railroad Co. in 20 Second st
near 3d avenue;
J. Mortimer, z'> Main -trect, Brooklyn, L. L
A. It. Blood food, 147 York street. Brooklyn.
T. W.-I.I. Kir. Duaae st. S. J.-mier, .'.9 Henry st
W. T. Peck,653 Broadway. T. II. Thompson. 177 Ludlow st.
A. VVbi?oek, -1-0 Water st. J. Patieu, 128 Cedar ?u
Full '-ts? te?iininiiials have been handed in by some of our most
popular physicians, counsellors, Clergymen, aud most respectable eiti
/.en-, ia performing what is promised.
Beware of counterfeit-, if there be any. Closed on the Sabbath.
.igrnti?Rush ton A Aspinwall ia all three store-: J. Bottum, 1
Ann st. cor. Broadway; Huestis Si Co. cor. of Ann and Viswiu a
Timpson, grocer,cor. Fulton and \t illiaju st>; Koage, 7?." Broudwi
Hays. 139 Fulton st. Brooklyn ; T.Owen, 1 Sisdi Avenue ; Cory,!
Spring st : Palrick, erocer. 'JOO P? irl st; Burrill,i7I i;rand >t; stm
?V Bate-on. 120 Broadway ; Marline. -JJ-I -tree! and 0th aveuut ; T?
lit! Hudson street, and by all respectable sroo-r-.
CAI TION?One cannot be ton particular?there are cnurterfi.
abroad in abundance, but if you are particular to see thai .oieh pack
?ge is signed J. PEASE A Si >.V 45 Do ision street, 11 will be nil o. K.
or K. O. just as you please to have it. Copyright NCCUred. Couutry
merchants v?i-hinc tin- Candy can have it sr, percent off for cur^j. alu
EXTRACT OF A LETTER,
Received from the Island of St. Vincent, West Indies.
I ANG CAGE, dear sir, can but feebly express the deep excitcmen
which is produced in the whole extCBt of this island bv the re
rent importation of a very palatable medkauaeatum from the city of
New Vork, N. A. called Pe?-c .V: Son's Clarified Essence of llore
houad Candy. This is indeed a ran as i- of ra- kind, nad most etlec
tual, as it cured the President's lady of a m.~t di-tressinc chronic
COUgh of several years star.dinc. 111 the mu-t incredibly short space of
lour hours. I have al?o te.t.-.l it- virtues in my owu complaint, pal
patis Cord is, and after havinc u.-.-d three packages of thLs admirable
compound. 1 feel now- entirely free from my old friend. Really, Mr.
Peas, i.- worthy to be accounted the Howard of America.
Yours faithfully. DANIEL CREIGHTON.
Closed on the Sabbath.
Ji'rnfs.?Zieber, r7 Dock street. Philadelphia: Redding. 8 Slate
street, Boston j Berfor.l, Pittsburgh, Pa.: ("urn- Si C->. 13 Exchange
Place, New Orleans. La.: Robertson. Ilu Baltimore street, Maryland;
Raw I- St Co. j7 State street. Albany. N- Y.
None is genuine unle-? each package is ?izr.ed J. PEASE St SON.
15 Division street, of whom it can be obtained whulsale and retail.
Terms invariably ca-h. alO-lm
FRENCH LAlfGITAGEe-Makesca's Oast amd Pbjcti
c\l System.?(ientlemen wi-h^n-r to study tha French are in
: formell thai Mrs. L. Manesca Durand, who continues the highly ap
I proved system of her father, the lat>- John Manesca, i? forming an
1 earl) m.irnin; and an eveaiag <"las? for the Spring and Summer sea?
son. Those wishing 10 join will please call and cuter their names.
Those w ho hare already studied the Isncuace can Join classes in the
second and llnrd.courses. Private instruction during lie day. Resi?
dence. 10 Citv Hall Place. ' alOtf
< COMMISSION PAPER WAREHOUSE?The Subscribers are coa
" itantly receirinp/every description of Paper which th?y offer for
sale 111 lots to sun purchasers, upon the most reasonable terms. Among
iheir exteasoe assortment are the follow tag, viz :
500 retoiu Newspaper bv 36
500 do do 96 by 37
400 do do 24 ky 28
200 do do '25 br 40
300 da do '> bv 42
200 do do '>jbv47
HM do do :?by4i
12iX) da m?diura pnntine
fr? do do sad half do
400 do assorted colored paper
300 do envelope puper
Fiae and sup-rSae Flat Cu|v
do do cut. plain and ruled
d? do Letter do
Demi sad medium Wrilin? paper
Cloth paper, 24 x '.?. 2S 1 4i and 36 x 40
Hard?are paper. ie 1 Zi. 19 x 24. and 20 x 30
Hanrinr and Wrapping paper of varions sixes
Newspaper of anv size made :o order st short notice.
Feb.- YiC u"" E. ROOT A Co. iZ Maiden Lane.
CASH BOO K STORE.
180 PEARL STREET, N. Y.
TAYLOR & CLE.1IEXT
Would, respectfully, cull the attention of Merchants and other-, ?a>
their slock of PK?lis. Paper. BlsuU-work. Quills, Ink. Binders' So.k,
Ac. whusb lliey uffe.- a: the lowest pneso row cash. al?-if
B A1NTKS & DI IS G M AIV.
"11 ~T. wm;M inrtte the attention of" t'n? Ladles of New-York *nd those risitiac the City to a.? rieh and raried a Stork of Dry Goods a* aay
?* to the Pity. ConJjdcrinc the patmnare with whieh we have hitherto been favored, we Satter our-el>es that for the aajM quantity of
fjot/d.? uc ran > ir ?ith any : and to please all. w? keep high and low priced food" of crery sty 1'. convinced that a discerning Public kaowi?w
to appreciate t?- unwearied eiertion? of the Subscribers to please the evs and judcement. From ree-at
1 lot very rich Brocade f^om 6* to ?s
1". pieces r?ry elegant Sum. striped,
tiro de Frurnr S*6 per yard '.usually sold for 12? ?
! lot mourninc figured Sdks 7*>d
'Xi pieces figured Silks from 4e6 to ;
l? - plain 'tripsd ?? 5< to twW
27 " Stack, Mus black, plain snd crur>'d from -4? to
30 ? plain ;ro de .Naples, rro d' from 3*6 to lisd
LINEN GOODS of everv description.
DOMESTICS, ? large stock. >rry cheap,
embracing all kinds and '|ualmes.
f. U)IES, please call md examine .vjr rich ?!ivk of Silks fbr VOUrsell
N. B. The French, German and Italian Languages spoken.
10 boir? elwsraat Satin Dsmask, from $3 to |1L|
Cashmere, Broeha. Merino, and Thibet-wool; all pries*.
FRENCH, ENGLISH AND AMERICAN PRINTS.
0 cases French from 2s to T>s per yard.
12 " Faglish. ?plendid. from 1st) to 2st>
American from fid to Is
MOI SUN DE LAIN ES AND PKINTF.D MliSLLY?.
Very rich French from -IsO to Seti : all wool.
A large stock of pruned Muslins from 2< to Is
Castlmeres, Vestiars, Molvskias and Flanaols; rsry low.
BANKS A DLNGMAN,
301 tlrand-st corner of Orchard.
TO LADIES SHOPPING IN GRAND STREET
rflllE subseriner isdaily receivieg DRY GOODS fron auction,of
X the newest styles ami latest importation, which will he ?rlered at
reduced prices. Ladies find it to their id ran tage to give a call
aait examine the Good-.
SHAWLS SHAWLS, SHAWLS. I CHALLY
Br --he Shawls it nil prices \rkua ?> irom 4s to 5*6
Belida do anew aod r* h ar- .K,rh triped and figure do.
tiele. from 3-? to
Silk do dnrax-k pattern- ' DOMESTICS.
MUSLIN DE I. VINES. Brown sod bleached Sheeting and
Elegant ?tripcd and figured Plain/^""?
de Laiaes, all colors. ? WsJtluun, Pbeoix, Hamilton aad
SILKS. I.on? Cloth Shirtttig?
Rich Brocade from 6s to ;, : Also, .1 large assortment of other
do -tripr.J from .'.? to 7- I Goods, |im> aumerous to meatioa
do figured, a large assortment iin an advertisement.
Also, plaia Silk? in a great variety V B- Ladies will call an.) exam?
_alT_C. A. HOMAN. 2A5 Grand street.
1 ESTER, HOLMES A CO. No. 167 Peari street, are daily receir.
Is mz from Auction ami elsewhere constant supplies of new and
fashionable staple and fancy GOODS, which being bought with C??h.
are offered to country and city merchants at unusually low prices fur
Cash. They invite those who wish to get a great many (roods for a
small sum of money, toexautiae their pr?sent unequalled stock. al7tf
RKD RACK iuONFV.
i VN all the Baaks, without exception, taken at par. at 4SI Green
" wich Street, where can he found a first rale as^irtmcnt of Cloths,
Caasimerea aad V'estines, Prints, Ac. Ae.
EZRA VX>UXG,431 Greenwich st.
N. B. The low est prices :,-ke !. and no abatement a!5 if
/ 'HEAP KOMRAZINES, Silks.Mouslin De Laines.lk :.
v nei Silk?. Ribbons, Linens, Domestics, a large lot of Hosier] and
Glores, from Auction, very Cheap. P. tiREUORY A SOX,
N. B. One price. 6t ITS Spring-st
CHINA. GLASS. AM) KAUTIil'.N WAR!'
A J" ER It 1 ITS \ N I) I'M ? Eoffcr for sale at their Store-. So*. 100 Bow
IvJ. cry and 335 Grand streets, an extensive assortment of the above
goods, which, being entirely ,>f recent purchases and importations,
compiises the latest patterns, and enables them to sell at rerj low
Brittannia Ware. Plated <' istors, Table Cutlery, ice Ac. al.'l-lm.
COME AND SEE.
IN the buildiug known as the Cc lumbiaa Hall, ?t") Grand -treet. the
moat -pacious whole.i|e ami retail sales room in the Caited Slates,
the Isrrest and best -elected assortment of Ladies', Misses', an.I Chil?
dren's slloKS exi lasively, in all their varieties of pattern, width, co?
lor, shape ami material usually called for, of our own manufacture.
We would inform those ladies who have formerly bc-n compelled to
go to Broadway and clsowhere, thai they are under the necessity of
doing so no longer; and we invite them tu "come and see," and save
Irom two eiL'ht shillings per pair, and be belter served, without the
delays and disappointments ittending being measured.
We would also say, that having from 'J to IPS) persons in our em?
ploy, and baviag been for a number ofyears the b?rgest manufacturers
in America, that our work is well known, approved of and so cht
after, in everv market where pood work is sold. The citizens of New
York. Brooklyn, VYilliamsburgh, and the surrouadingcouatry, are re?
spectfully solicited to call and examine for themselves. Wholesale
and retail dealers for city old country trade, wili find it to their ad?
vantage to call before purchasing, as not only quality and quantity,
but prices, <ball make u .1 great inducement
?H tf_ SMITH, BRISTOLL A HALL.
NPi;>S KR N HATH.
ri^Ilf". subscriber would direct the attention of gentlemen about pur
cbasiog their Spring Hats, to the inducements offered by him?
inducements which 110 other dealer bus erer offered.
The kinds of Hats s?l.I are two. viz:?Nutria, (.commonly known as
Beaver,) and imitation moleskin Silk.
PRICES?Nutria $1 35_Imitation Mole-kin Hat s).'l 25.
QUALITY?The Nutrin sold by us. is the article sold generally by
ihe ino-t fa?hionab|e and noted makers as 1'e-ascr, ul the price of $5.
The Imitation Moleskin combines 111 a high degree ucutnoss. bril?
liancy aad durability,
FASHII (X? D'OttSAT Pvtters'.?Any deviation whatever from the
fashionable form. 10 meet iodividual taste, w ill be made.
SYSTEM OF BUSINESS by which we are enabled to otter the $5
Nutria Hal at * I 25, and Mob-skin at a proportionality low- rate:
This rc.-iil: is ob: lined by the adoption of the most rigid economy
in all tin- arrangements of the establishment thereby rendering unne
eessary eaurmousprufit? to meet unnecessary aad extravagant expen?
al? srrs -ft Chambers street, opposite Post Office.
siTKA.il CANDY AN0> HI 'GAR REFINERV.
I"> L. St A. STUART, cor. Greenwich and Chambers -t-. are now
V? manufacturing and offer for sale, Candy Sugar Plums, & c. (made
bv their improved steam process, from siegle, doul le and treble re?
fined Sugar) superior in quality to any mode in thi- country or Eu?
rope, and al uearlyor quiteas low pri. as the inferior qualities
are usually -old, having increased their buildings, they are now
prepared.to execute the largest orders for Candy, or Refined Sugar,
at tin- shortest notice. Coantry dealer- are requested to c.iii and exa?
mine (he quality of Candy sold at th.tablishment before purchasing.
Candy carefully packed in boxe- of 20, 25, SO and 100 pounds, for the
southern and western markets, und delivered ia this city, or shipped
without charge for boxes or cartage.
It,'fined Sugar?Double refined loaf parked in boxe?, barrels, or
lo.; crushed aad ground loaf sugar, in barrel.; sugar house mo?
lasses, in bads und tierces. The above Sugar- are refined by strain,
without the u?c of day or blood. al? iui
THE CONNOISSEUR'S SHAVING SOAP.
rilfllS is an Emolient ('.imposition, winch affords the highest degree
I of Comfort hi Shaving. It gives a rich and durable lather w ith
warm, cold, hard or soft water.
Since it.? introduction, in 1837, its popularity ha* be.-u constantly
on the increase, and the Proprietor daily receives assurance- from his
Customer-, lhat ,1 not only excels every other article known to them,
but they cannot w ish for a greater luxury id Shav inc.
It is put up in convenient earthen boxe-, from w hich it is used. A
liberal discount to wholesale purchasers. Prepared and so|J bv
GEORGE D. COGGESHALL,
Chemist, Druggist, and Manufacturer of Aerated Water?,
121 Pearl, corner of Rese-st New.York.
Sold also by John M111 iu. 183 Broadway; Rushlon <fc Aspinwall,
William-st. 110 Broadway and lo AstorHouse; and by respectable
Druggists and Perfumers generally.
A liberal di-couut made to w holesale purchasers. Orders from cus?
tomers out of the city m c- be addressed to any wholesale house here
with whom they may deal._Im alt)
E CO NO .-?IV ! E ( ONO 71V !
Tili: GREATEST LUMINARY IN THE WORLD ?The undo
signed respectfullv solicit (lie attention of the Public to
TOUGH'S PATENT SPIRIT LAMPS.
manufactured by them, and of which hundreds have been sold within
the la-t two month- in tills city. All who have seen and used them,
acknowledge their superiority for licht over all other Lamps?of
w hich the great demand for them is ev idence. They gire as much
lizhi as tArrr Uu> Burners, and the expense is Fii ty eta cent less
than ihe expense of gas.
The public can ?" them in use at the st?r? of the sub-eribers. No
148 Fultoa street aad references will he given lo tho>? who bavt
them in u-e
The subscribers also offer to the Public the"
j The deservedly high reputation which this Oren enjoy 1 in thi? cit)
! and country, require, no comment This is well known as being su
1 perior t" any other Sven in the country. It is an indispensable arti
! rle in hoiise-krepinz. The Public arc cautioned, against purchasing
a spurious article sold for the Union Oven. None are the real Union
Oueas, but those made bv th? subscribers.
JAMES MYERS A CO. 14- Fulton st.
N. R.?The prices of the Union Ovens have been reduced from thi
original price- One Dollar on each ?ixe. olO if
WESTERN NAVIGATION COMPANY.
COMBINING THE OLD NEW-YORK AND OHIO LINK. NEW
YORK LINE. AND UTICA AND BUFFALO LINE.
rYMIh' above Compaav are prepared to receive .md forward
1 FREIGHT AND PASSENGERS WEST to a!! Ports 00 Ih?
Erie Caaal, Lskes Huron and Michigan, and on the Ohio and Wa
ba-b ac l Erie Canals, en the most favorable term-. Families erai
grating we-t. aiJ.i Merchants will find it to their advantage to call si
their 1 Mfiee, 108 Bro I street. A Steamboat will ltart daily ut 5 P. M.
from the foot ofCortktadt -ireet. an.! ttiree Canal Boats of a .up^rior
Claas will be st irte.i dailv from Alban --. For Freight or Passage ap?
ply to NOAH COOK St CO. 108 Broad street. N. Y.
O. M. TOMLJXSON i Co. Albany. N. Y.
JAMES CHAPPELL i CD. Rochester. N. Y-i
EL S. BEACH, du.
A. K. COBB Jc Ci >. HurTalo. N. Y.
AGENTS. , .
COBB. OATMAN t CO. Cleveland. Ohio.
DAVIS A SMITH. Portsmouth. Ohio. .
IXJRR WEBB A CO. Detroit, Michigan.
al0-tf BRIST" >L St PI ?RTER, Chicago. Illinois.
iq ^ ?s,^f 11, i, EA-^III'*'-?TO LET. a parlor, two bs;d
m. n*?m? on the second t!o-.r, .1 pantry, bed-room in the attic and a
kitehnu ire-ervmc a privilege ic lk? house; 157 Mott--t. near Broom.
Inquire or. the premi-e- betweea 10 tied 12 or 2 and 4 o'clock. al2-lw
BOARD?Wanted, for a gentleman and his wife, in a private
family, witfain five minntes'walk of the Park. Terms must be
moderate and the dining ho-ir a.- early as half put t o'clock. Ad?
dress 0. P. Q. box 72 Upper ?o-t Otfice." itj tcS't tif
\l>\ VNTAGEOUS & PRODUCTIVE INVESTMENTS
H)R CAPITAUSTS THROUGHOUT THE UNION,
Under a New and Improved System of Insurance:
Uniting til UM ad. utagesofthe mutuiil plansand of JointStuckCom?
panies under one charter, with those of both brauche? of the busi
nev<; at the same time affording increased security to the Stockhold?
ers and a more certain protection to the Public'
tCSPCCTrtriXT sre>ented sy tub
UNITED STATES INSURANCE COMPANY
of the City of New-York, with ti Capital of
O tV E M ILL 10 S 0 F D 0 L L ARS.
Mhnrr? S j oo each.
TEN rZR CENT TO BE MIU OX ICCVRBO UTON SfBSCRHTIOS.
TWY. Charter of thi* Company i* without exceptionone of the safest
and rno-t liberal ever granted by the State of New >ork, and as
there is no probability that any uew companies will be incorporated for
some tune to come, it is doubly valuable on that account, and tho Com?
missioners arc desirous of improving it to the best advantage for the
good of the public as ?e|J as that of in.liv (duals.
In soli< iting the attention of Capitalists to their plans of luWcriptioo,
they can recommend them ?ith entire coarkleoce a* hat ms been adopt
.? i alter mature reflection, both in reference to convenience, pmcticn
btlilv, profit and safety ; and with a view to un rca.se the confidence of
?M public, in the permanent safety of Investment? iu their capital, they
deem it proper to r-mark, that no pains or accessary expense will be
spared in securing honest men to condui t its business in every depart?
ment, men of integrity and sxperienee, whose study and determination
w ill be to promote and preserve the interests and property of the stock?
holders, and not apply the confidence reposed ia them to unjustifiable
and rcWless speculations, which in years past have caused,the dowas.
fall and ruui of so maay banking institutions, ami all confidence in tha
integrity even of innocent and well meaning men, who are looked
upon with di-lrust. however worthy or useful iu reality may be the ob?
jects or motive., they have to accomplish.
The plan- of subscription differ from those usually adopted by joint
stock companies, iaasmuch as the capital will draw no interest?or iu
other w ords, the interest w hu h the company may acquire under the
investments of their capital, will make no part of the dividends; but
each stockholder will DC paid twice in every year their res pel live pro?
portions of interest money as well as profits derived from their insu?
rance business; cash subscribers, deriving all the interest received upon
their payments exclusively.
Bank, City or Slate Stock lUbscriben ail the dividends on tbeir sub
senptions exclusively, white those securing their pay men la by bonds
and mortgages are required lo pay no interest, and are entitled to their
equal proportion of annual profits derived from their insurance busi?
ness in common with other subscribers in money and stocks,
That there ma) be no misunderstanding by the subscribers however,
it is necessary to add, that although no interest is required under ordi?
nary success in business upon their subscriptions, yet provision must
be made otherwise, as u-md iu mutual companies, to meet all losses and
legal demands fairly and promptly by equal assessments; and in case it
should ever be found, under any unusual event, that the amount of
earned and terminated premiums on band should be insufficient to meet
their los.cs. such deficiency must be made good by assessments ia pro?
portion a? each Stockholder's interest bears to the amount of such dnfi
eieney. It should be remarked further, that there is little probability
of the occurrence of such an event, as the premiums ofevery insu?
rance company, where it is conducted prudently, and where the offi?
cers give their business constant attention, will most generally meet
not only nil their losses, but afford a profit of from ri to IJ per cent an?
nually, in addition to the inlereston their capitals, which mother com?
panies go nit" common stock instead of being paid directly to the sub?
scriber-. The t,me allowed under the amendment to the easMter of
tins company for completing the subsi riptions to their capital, will em?
pire bv limitation on the 5th day of May next?in the mean w hile their
subscription books ml!Continus open until the full amount shall havu
been duly subscribed.
EXPLANATION OF THE TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION
Cash subscriptions can lie made as usual in other companies for 1, 5,
10. or 'id shares, or any other number required, the .subscriber having
guaranteed nil interest received on amount of In- subscription, in addi?
tion to Ins full proportion of profits derived from the insurance busi?
ness?subject to the liability of assessments a< usual on mutual compa?
nies, aud hereinbefore explained.
iu Bank. City, or State Stacks.
Subscriptions can be secured by transfer of any bank sto-le of this or
an) Other State of the Union, that is in giss! credit und well managed,
and which may be actually w,.rtli par or above pur on their books, ami
which cannot be purchased for less than par m the New York market,
dollar for dollar?the subscriber having guaranteed the dividends on
both slocks, subject to the liability lo assessments with other sub?
scribers under which arrangement they will gam with usual success
in business from li to 12 per cent, or a double interest upon one capital.
Stale ?:?<? k-. or -lock- of the Corporation of the Cily of New York,
w ill be received at their cash market or par value upon the same terms
Unincumbered Real Estate.
Subscriptions secured by bond and mortgage on improved and unin?
cumbered real estate, either in the City or State of New York, can ho
made at iKe-Mrds the value of the property, for I, 5, III or LS veur?
Such bonds and mortgages bearing no interest whatever, but ?ubjeei
to assessments as before provided in common with oilier subscribers
and in case any such assessments should ever be required and paid, thej
will be endorsed upon the bond and mortgage, in payment thereof. N*
cash payments are required from real estate subscribers on mi lue rip
lion, but a note is to be riven for Id percent on the amount of thei
subscription until the bond and mortgage is prepared for the ful
amount o:'ih>ir stock, when the subscription note will be camelled, ot
the 1(1 percent if preferred can be paid in money or secured by banl
stock, and the bond and mortgage made for the balance of 90 per cent
The buildings must be insured and the property appraised by thre?
disinterested men, under oath w ho are not interested directly or indi?
rectly in the property. The titles musl be undisputed, and a certifi?
cate furnished from the County Clerk.
Ineumbered Real Estate.
Persons holding good improved property upon which a small
ineumbrance may exist, in this City or Stale, can (upon obtain?
ing the consent ol the holder of the first mortgage to assign his inter**
in the property to this company in exchange for an equal amount of
their stock,) give a second mortgage up to two-thirds ihr true value of
the property in security for subscriptions to this stock for I, .1, 10 or
IS years, and thus obtain an increased loan on In. property in trie
-to. k of the company, which will pay an interest ef 6 to 12 per cent.
Itv tins arrangement the holder of the first mortgage will not only
continue to receive his regular interest from the owners of the pro?
perty, but he will gain from li to Iv! per cent annually from the profits
derived from the company's business, and may gain 5 or 10 per cent
on the par value of the slock upon a favorable change of the money
III irket, should he be disposed to -e|| his st.s k.
It is believed that there an iu this city and state many millions of
dollars in the best of improved real estate upon which incurohranees
exist to a small pan of the real value of the properly, mid uponwhiih
loan- cannot be obtained in cash in consequence of such prior inrum
branees; and if the terms of subscription offered by this company to
their stock could be made known as well as the certainty that their
stock will be a valuable und profitable one, the commissioners are of
opinion thai hundreds would be induced to assign tbeir first mortgagee
under ibis last arrangement, w hereby they would n?t only m ike a very
advantageous exchange of investments for themselves, but afford great
relief to the original owner, us both could hardly fad of obtaining au
increased income of from 0 to 12 per cent annually, and a- the o|>e
ration in itself, makes the properly ui once UNINCUMBKBED, so that it
can !>c lawfully received under the terms of the company's charter.
The advices from Europe by the late arrivals are unfavorable to the
completion to the full extent of the negotiations previously made
there, but it i- believed, upon receipt of more recent accounts in Lon?
don from ihr? country, that a more favorable opinion will be enter?
tained with regard to American securities than those consequent upon
the reception of the news of the suspension of the Pennsylvania banks
aud tie- prospect of war; and within a few months the prev ious ar?
rangements for a lerge cs?h subscription to the stock of this company
either in London or Bristol, no doubt will be made certain of ar.com
plisbment, as the apprehensions of a war will then have subsided.
Should it be found impracticable to have the full amount of the ca|
its I of this company subscribed and paid in. in our own country on ?
before the .'.tli of May, the commissioners hav e com" to the determine
lion to proceed at once in its organization with such amount as mi
at that time be actually paid in, provided it is not lo? than tSMfiC
audio goon with their bu?ines??the remainder of the capita] beta
duly Mi ur>-d to be paid in compliance w iih their charter, until furth?
accounts ire received from their agents in London.
With a capital paid in of only $.VX>,000. the dividends can be made
equal to those of anv other companies ia New .?rk.the balance can
b? paid after being secured, at any time, as occasion may require.
The. harteroiilv re.pure. the ?uh-cnpttoni to be mide, and the 10
.?.r to b.ured before ihe t>ta of May , tne bonds and mortga?
ge, can be mad.- out at any um? after within 60 days.
Those of the companies most successful and best managed, paid last
,?-,,?, 1-, tu to oer cent dividends, and their annual receipts in pre
ntium.T. raged from -W0.0O0 to ?900,000
i pplicalions for slock ol Mis company can be made to either of the
commissioners at their leveraPplaeea of residence, or at their Office,
31 Wall-street, or at the President House, No. 149 Broadway, N. York
Hon. EDWARD ROGERS, M. C. Madison, Madison Co
Hon. A. C. H. SMITH. Fairfield, Herkimer Co.
Hon. E. G, MERRICK. Clav ton, Jefferson Co.
ELIAS GOODSPEED, E-q. Wilmington. Essex Co.
PLATT AHAM?. Esq. City of New-York.
BKNJ. BALCH. Esq. do do ,
Hon. CORNELIi.S MASTON, Pean V an. Yates Co.
Hon. BARON" 3. DOTY, Ogden-burg, St. Lawrence, Co
M. OfiDKX, Klmirs. Chrmon? Co.
CALVIN K. AVERILL, Ksq. Rouse's Point, Clinton Co.
Hon. CHARLES HATHAWAY, Delhi, Delaware Co.
Hon. BKNJ. P. JOHNSON, Rome,Oneida Co,
Communications relative to this business, made in the Citj New
York, will receive prompt attention when addressed to Benj. '\lch,
11 Wall-street. New-York, April 12, ItsH.
Blank subscription Notes and other forms require.) will be forward?
ed to any psrt of the country when requested, on appheauon ast
above, bv' any gentleman wishing to become a ?ub-enre-r or to sreur
an agency. Agents wdl receive 10 percent commission on the amount
of annual premiums, or a fixed salary, a- ma . bs agn e I up'.n. al.*-tf
* N APPRENTICE Wanted to the Bookbin ling business. A tsaj
A. well recommended between 13 or 16 veari may applv at