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ARRIVALS AT THEJMIaTIPAL HOTELS.
R. jM.rted for theNew-York Tribune. A_?Tt>R IIO?SE. ? WBg-ft Princeton H ? ns^iv '- t\vBo.,.. C R Km????? Boston 'V Latan, N J ?STwu? f.CMV^M.R.U.more ?V || p rken, Ubai Major J hwinc Army KW UHJcwoad, " I? Meli alf. Natchez A Graadfelt, Sah ? I? VV Metcalf, A T Hvae,New-York OMetcalf. " G A Clrker, Taonton JTufTt, Bo-ton C D Stahlke, M.ari FGagc, S.-ihaha ft?l?in. Portsmouth a C Curtis " j DU rt-eas, Boston H A <? [Ieoshaw, Boston p. Bovd, Baltimore T Le Mart. Mass U Taylor, Mass. I- H Briggs, S II George <* Wilde, Beat ? J PaotooJ, Mass T II Wiley " SonSj Alabama G Hayderv, I M Buna, St Louis D GaUand, " W H ABea, Jersey -Mr Hunter, Princeton Capl Barton, ship Columbus T Adams, Boston S II Hill, Philadelphia W II Pitken, E G Felton, Albany W W Parkwell " Daniel White, Charleston HOWARD HOUSE. B J Adams, Troy Mr Phelps, " j T Rot* n. Detroit T Woodruff, Sagertie* r; W ir I, Maseas ..'etts M Sutten, Detroit It L Marsh, Pen i ..-u D <? Kellog, Troy II Bennett, " E Norton. Buffalo II II Bennett, " Mr Oliver, " TRWillard, " Wm Welch, Pailadolpaia \ W Draper, Wuterl o W" Sherwood, Richmond H Berk*, <> <? VVashinjetoa K B Jones, Penn Van G V S?<:,t. 1 lorida T It Dubais, Buffalo 1 'i' L ?I P Ed? irds, Troy ?? Hul Whiton, W Gardni C Windcll Mbanv TWWhite,Norwich D Whitmore, Troy W Morse, Washington T <? Plum. " J ' omsteck T Rassel " ' f dimming*, Albion ?. D M Mamh ill, Baltimore T <* Wood, Mr Meecb, Uhanv AT Henderson,Man E E Tillman. Jones villa Mr Greene, Flushing Charles Sturres, Lc . M Gapt T S .lt. r. Texas E W Show , N C 1- TStimpson, Do-ton H r; Ferris, S C T Warner, Hamilton. Canada It 1! Snow, Philadelpeia Abraham Ci?.k. P.nintf>rd C D Graves, Ohio S Heggensen, H N Bascoc and Lady, Baltimore James H Watson, Troy JamesO-lx.r ? . IIa iiiltoe,Canada M Walter, Kocli.-ter John L TWae, Batnvia S Thompson, Ohio T Wilson, B iffalo <? N Lyman, Cortland D Lergct, Croton II Lyman, " II J Wilson, Syra i H N Lyman " D Nicholas, South Carolina J Darr, " i; La. hr. Vatcs County W H Hill,Lee, Mass M Johnston, Geneva W Sunnier. Cortland H Walbridge, Lockport CITY HOTEL. H Baraor, Syracuse Mr Btanael, N Y D L Hill-, ' <lo W C Fern-. I S Navy M Huntington, Troy JS Allen, do JHTaabrock, <io' T De Graft", Albany H Tolson, do S Seymour, Pes kskill K A Dean, C S Army J D Dougal, Jeffersonville T Howes Mr Morsebead, N S Army BH Oelaic h, Tenn N LWolvenon, Danville D It Nottingham, Virginia Ln-m rhatan. I' S Army T PGraco i 1- E Tates, Albany D BSmith, NOrleans G S Angoor, t'tica M Beethlone, Albany C J Smith, Albany M Van Halenburg, do Mr Clare, do " VV Holden, Boston S C <"..lt, \ y s Wheeler, Wori ri-trr T S Booth PEARL STREET .HOUSE. T Bush, Boston W Um,jr.. Mass ?I I a... do A Bird, do Capl E D Cboatc, Portsmouth H II Suraner, do 1* Sullivan. Baltimore T Rogers, do T O Parker, Plymouth TTucker, ido EBartlett, do TCGeorge, do s Hutching*, Waterford <J D N.ton, do W P Gotllinr, do H Mamb, do T Ward SC BueJ, do J Coleman, N J J J Wol< ott, Oawego J CaldweU, <lo H F Taylor, do M D Minor, do H Remmington, Suffolk S P Rcddincion, Troy 0 W Fanbush, Mass N C Metealf. ti-wco T Bush, Boston AMalley, Dunbar CM Lee,Silver-Creek j Burton, Vicksburg J M Greenlcaf, Oswego Dayton Roger, Hill-dale Isa II Trucman, " John Jonseu, Canton Orris Harsh, Napoli W Leak B B Andrews. Norwich F Halden, Ela?ra T N It. I.. I. N V AMERICAN HOTEL. r, w Barkwell, Norwich T I i Gray, Norfolk T Tarnbutt, Princeton O Davis T Hood, Boston J J Voung, St Louis N A Groenward, Ga .N Greene, Pittsburg T Rockwell Dr Elliott, do J A Thomas T <; Matthews, Lexington CaptC FSmith,USArmy Gen Williams II L Eustis, WV-t Point Mr Williaiu-. N London S s Sadcn, Boston MANSION HOUSE. A T\li-r T H Rathhone T W Ward, lb ?ion T Broughton, Boston, Boston W T E Sheffield, Mobile WAVERLEY HOUSE. E M'Robin.Bo-ton TC Bums T !?' Fkujt " H Smith, Philadelphia J Grar, Philadelphia H Fink E F Rice 'J' l> Bowan MONEY MA RKET. Male* at the sstock Exchange, Snlurdny, April tt. 190 Bank of Commerce, spt... 99 j 30 Am. Ex. Bank. -I 25U.S.Bank_a 60davs Hj;j II do dr. 25 do d<.'.. 17}' i'l do do .93, .10 do do .s 30 days 17 i SO do do ... s next week 93j 34.-. do ,]<. l*i| M do do .s 30 days 90 SO do ih.s 10 days 17J| 25 N A Trust...* next week :'i 00 do d<.s 15 days 17} 355 do d<. 10 10O do do .s 60 days lOjIlOOMech Bk'g Ass'a. 71 150 d<> d<.b 90days 18 10 Illinois Bank. :c, IO11 do do .b 30 days 17}I S Boston & Prov.?r.tj 90 Vicksburg. 5j 25 Stoaiagton.S7i 50 Fanners'Trust . 75 1 50 do <l<.b30day*2dj 100 Del.A Hud.b 30days 931 ? 90 <!v do .bSOdaysSSJ ?2r< do do .s 15days 93 I 50 di do .bl5days27| ,*sj do dt.?? 50 d 1 do .'-'7i ao;. do do .931 SO Mohawk R R. ?50 ?J5 do "lo .sT5 days 9311 50 Utica aad Syracuse. 130 M) do do. . 9*! 50 Long bland....b 30 days 52J Vt do ?l<i ,.b next week iu j 50New-Jersey... b 4 months 73 100 do .1. ?i! ?second Board. 25 N VTrn-i. s1." 50 Baak of Commerce, spt... 99; ? do do .s.'lday? 9;1 Coiuntrrcinl and .Tloney Itfattera. Saturday, P. M. Storks generally improved slightly to-day, but the transactioni were not \erv lnr|:e. N A Trust advanced s |>er c ut. Delaware iind Hud swn, U S Bank, and Stoaiagton each 3 per cent At the Second Boar.! 13) wa- offered for U. S. Bunk, and Is; asked ?loch 1- an improve, njcut of 1 per ? cat on Saturdays sale*. Mechanics' Banking Atsocia stjou went up J, Farmers' Tru-t}. ?j.isio liiiuoi- \Is7io sold at-17;; 1,000 do48; 4,000 Indiana ?\e- at .VJ1 ; 5,000 ilo at 521; 3,000 In.liana long bond- at51}. In Foreign Exchange* there 1? nothing dome. Quotations remain 7j for sterling, ?i lor Francs. The rate- for Domestic are as follows: Philadelphia.3} a 33 Mobile.9 Baltimore.;t; a J< N Orleans.;> Rivhmoud.."? 1'iiKiuiiHti.7* a r> t'harle.?t..;i.?..1} a IJ N Carolina.5 Savannah.3} .Louisville........7} a 8 The Flour Market remains without change of importance and tran IClioat arc trifling. Geaessee 4 94*5, Troy 4 37*4 !'4, Southern 4 70 a 4 ?H. The sal ?- of Cotton were l.lmio bales at previous price-. Sales of Jcrs yCo a at 54c, weight. Rye 53c Very little Corn iu market. The Gas Light Company of this City iia? declared a dividend of Five per cent, for ihe I :-t six months. The Pulton Baak ha- declared 1 semi-annual dividend of j per cent. The Neptune Insurance Company of Boston has declared adiwdeud of Tea pet . rut for th.- last half year. ? . I The Buffalo Commercial -ays 1 ?? In regard to our niue Stat-- Secur? ity Banks located in tin- city, now under suspension, ur csn hear no tlnns favorable. The law empowers the Comptroller to selljlhe se curilie? at the expiration of 30 days after I failure to rederm. but we pre-unie such a course would prove morcdi-astrousto the bill-holders generally than a more leaieat policy. As it is discretionary with the Comptroller as to ihe course he ?il! pursue, ?0 apprehend the latter ; w ill predominate. X,? rood could |vo<-:bl> arise from too much pre cipitancy in a matter of this kind. ?Dur two ol ! I1.-t1tut1.n-. Commercial and Bank of BufTalo, have ex leaded their lists of Slate Sacarit) Back- taken ondepo-it by them until it embrace- nil 111 repute at the Ks-t. The beneficial effect of U?i-ha? already been experienced as ha? also their w illingness to ex- J teud their line of discounts to the utnto-t of their abilitv. "Owinc to the heavy and extensive improvements making at Ro? chester, and the injury sustained to the w..ik? ai Lockport,the Can .1 cannot be cot rra.K for aaviga.ion at as early a da> Mwa*anticipated. From the W'e.-t we expect an arrival during nil thi? week. The ap- ' pearance of th>- lake at prc-ent is favorable to suc'i a -apposition.-' f?r RtcHMOMi. 15th.?The late Foreign latelligence ha- hail no (Sect oa the market for Tobacco. The demaud far ? 1 useful (|uali lies Coutinue I *l :.ve?price- tirni at the farmer quotations, \ \i ; Lugs |4 a 4 40: common leaf .">t 3 5j ; middling .">i a ('.} and G; : go.^1 . 61 a 7j and 7; . tine 7 j a Sj ; extra manufacturine 10 a 15.'. Flour?City Mills held at $6. Country $4} a 4j. Grain?Wheat?very Utile arriving. SaUs as per quality, fie-m 60 1 to 105 rent.. Corns?43 eeDt? per l>u?li?l. Oat'?fale? at 30 eents per bushel, scarce. At Aiciinnin. 14th?Sale, from stores of K:nr-?treet Flour hare hers marie a: $4 30. We learc that some sale- were mi.de yesterday ' under that price. Con*.?Sale's of 7,000 hush-Is of prime white, deliverable on the river, have been mad? at 50 cents; Ordinary, sal" at 47 eents. Wheat.?Sale- of ?nr r?rcu ?hit- Wheat at $1 00 The Manch Chunk Courier of April 10 says the repair- of the Lc ' inch Canal, opposite that place, are nearly completed, Tur. Hue foil.-The Commi-ioners of the Canal Fun<). in an .wer to a re.olution of the AwenAly, re-peetinc the tonnage of the ! F.nc Canal, have reported the following statement.. ...f the number of i best? arrived at. and cleared from Albany and Troy, navigating the Eric Canal, for each month of the season of navigation in the year ' 1840, and al-u the aggregate numl>er of each of the tight years prc ceding 1840. In e-ieh month of1840. I Irgregate number of each year . ._ri| ' . 680 1832.19,036 j M' ' .o.?C. 1833 . 24,460 .X30A 11334 .36.033 .Xiew l-:n I June. Julv. : Aogusi.??1?.-* '??*? < September.2432 1837.24.082 Oc'tober.4,612 1838.25^20 I November.3,7321839 .25,170 ' p..mber. 6211840 .24,854 ! Total.24J34J SrvTt.mf.nt of the am.!.r.t of tonnage on the Erie Canal, daring the ?e-tson of navigation: '??.ins from tide water. Arriving at tide water. |CRS.111,760 1834 .375,629 1- u;.in-.-jlo |S35 ..445.091 I -rtT. 101.495 1836 . 41 1,740 l-:t-. UT.a.'s' 1837 . 363,413 IS39?.114 ,S47|l838 .389,561 l?40 . 97,902 1839 .355,413 I-411.43-J.id? STATEMENT of the number of lockage -at Alexander'- I.ocki For each month in year lr-10. | For each year. April.'.. 682 1833 . May.3.831 1833 .20,649 June.3.472 1834 .83JJ11 ! Julv.:t.:.:n 1835 .2o.:;. August.3^687 1836.25,516 1 September..'t.-lo. I-H7.?l,05j October.4.147 1833.85JJ62 November.4J033 1839.24,234 i December. 86 1840.96JJS7 From thi* statement it nppear- that the aggregate number of boats that arrived at, and cleared from Albany, in the year 1840, was less than the aggregate number in 1835, by three thousand nine bundrsd and twenty-two boat-. MAR INK F.IST. PORT OF NEW-YORK, APRIL 19,1841. latest advices. Liverpool. Marrb 19 | Havre,indirect,March 16 i N. Orleans, April 7 stf \m pao.hts to ap.p.1vr. The Great Western, 11.-ken. leave, Liverpool 3rd April. The Columbia, leaves Liver].I 1th April, for Halifax and Boston. I'aclsots. to Arrive. Packets to Depart. from Liven.i. To London. Steph'b Whitney, Thump-on. We-tmin-ter. Moore, April rtO March 1'Si. Jam.-. Sclior, May 1 Columbus, Rarstow, March * Montreal, Griffiing, May 10 Sheridan, Depeister, March 111 To Liverpool. South America.'Bailey, March I!' Sheffield, Allen. April 14 Geo Washington, Burrows,.Mar25 New-York, Cropper, Aj.nl If From l.ouduii. To Havre. Montreal, Grilling, February 2T VTile de Lyon, Stoddard, April 21 i Gladiator, Britton, March T To New-Orleans. I Mediator, Chnmplin, March IT Alabama. Bunker, April 26 I Quebec, Ilebard, March 271 To Hamburg. From Havre. Mary & Jsne, Varnev, April 20 j Silvie de Graste, Harr..? s,March 8 To Uavanai < Sully, Thompson, Mar. h Hi Barque Rapid, Wood. CLEARED. ? Ship New-York, Cropper, Liverpool?C 17 Marshall. Ship Fairfii Id. Wilson, Liverpool?Johnson &. Lowden. Barque Chanticleer, Thomas, Tampa Bay?Fitch & Co. Brig Tampico, Marsh, Franklin, La.?niaster. Brig Eliza & Susan. ?ver, Marscil-II G Prout. j Bris: Northerner, Sieve,,., Mar-ill.?Gen Malier. F.nc NatatT, Crooker, Gibraltar?D II Robertson. I Si. titan brig Godolfo, Culatta, Naples and Palermo. Brie Susan, Manier. Guayana, P R?S II Lewi-. Sehr E II Herrick, Hallet, St John. N B?Goster & Ni< ker-.,n. Sehr American Trader. Ilirlev. St '"mix?B Deforest A. Son. j llr sehr Harp. Wood, Antiqua?A Uubbard Si Co. arrived. Ship Colnmbns, Cropper, from Liverpool to C II MarshalL j Ship Montreal. Tinker, from London und Portsmouth, March 11 ? j mdze to John Griswold. Slop Mary Phillip-. Prati, Mobile 15 days, with cotton to Post & Phillips. Barque (idlien. Given, Mataazas 15 days, with molasses toFG Thunum. Spoke 1st inst, bound in, brigs Exchange from Bristol, 10 days out, nnd Grand Turk, d<>. j Brig Henrietta, Parker. Guayana PR 13 days, with sugar to Brett ? I Vose. Left briga Siroc, forNYorkin 3 das/?; Poster, lorNYork, da 7th inst, passed i,rig Spartan, lor .Work. Lai3740, Ion 7-J. -poke brig i Luna, of Calais, fin Guayana for Work, llih, lnt:i!'. Ion 72 23, spoke whale ship Daniel Webster, from NZealand for Sagbarbor. 16th,Ul 39 20, Ion 7347, fell in with the ?reck of the siuop Luuar. ofCbatham, ' full of vvaler. ; Brig Russia, Lane, Tobasco 25 days, with'logwood to Nesmith A Leeds. Left brig Espelato, fur Hamburg, in 4 day, the only Ameri 1 can vessel in port. Brig Freeman, Slorer, Pom e. P R.20days, with sugar. Left l.rij Democrat, for Baltimore in .'days; Two Si-t.'r?. do. Brig L'Orient, Deming, Turks Island 20days, with salt to Brett .t Vose. Left -riir Rubicon, fmra Bermuda,unc. Brig Mariner, Milliken, Cape llayti 21 day-, with mahogany to the master. Sehr. Don Juan Pepper. Rnracoa 12 day-, wilh fruit lo GL Willard. Sehr Fountain, Baltimore 14 ds, ?iih sugar. A-c to the master, bound toSactv Put in kerc in ,l;-tre... 13th insL lat 39, Ion 74, in a squall from NE was knocked down on her beam ends, cut away the foremast 10 rieht the vessel. Lost part of deck load of fjour. Stc' disasters. Ship Napoleon, which v.cut ashore on Sand Island. i? a total loss. ' , Vessel and cargo were sold yesterday at auction Ibr j!s>0. The ship i imbedded in the sand, and tho cargo all under water. I Barque Bashaw, Howes, ft. New-Orleans, at anchor, below Bos? ton, in a gale 13th inst parted htti chains, lost anchors, and a a- run i , ashore on the we-i end of Long Island. She took ass is tarn ?-. and it i supposed got off wiihuul damage. Brig Forest, from Poionia, w in ashore near the Highland Station on Sunday morning. Br. brig Rlucbcr, from Demarara, for the Clyde, with lots of bul warks, and -liori of provisions, vva- spoken and supplied, Fob. 25, lat. ; . 47. 58, Ion. I'.'. 20. Sehr Patriot, Cooke, of Providence. Boston 10 day-, in ballast, bound to Bush River, Chesapeake Bay, went ashore at raise Cape, near the I Wash Wood-.on Mon lav last?erevv saved. The vessel had nut bilged w hen the captain the wreck. Sehr Louisa, Tileston, Fredericksburg for Portland, ? en! ashore on Nun-haw Island, mar Robinson's Hole, nightof 13th. The \,.| y ticht. and papL T :irr:v 'I it Holme's Hole, in sloop Neptune, with a cargo of corn taken out of the L. to procure lighters tu takeout the remainder of her cargo. Sehr.-.Ward, of and from Mount DcserL for Tortland, was run | into about 3 A M. I3tfa inst. near White Head,by steamer Baagor, on the passage from Portland to Frankfort, ami sunk ihtmediatelv. No ; lives lost i Sehr Alabama, of Freeport, Mobile foe Providence 22, went ashore On Goat Island. w here she now lies, i l.'.lh'p directly west of the light? j j will be got oif without damage at high a ater. domestic ports. BOSTON, April 16? ('I'd. Wolcolt, Ryder, and Jasper, Nickerson, , New York. Ilul.MIS' HOLE, April 14?Arr brn: Rowland. NYork for Bath. 15th, arr and remain at 10 \. M. brig George, NYork for Portland. NEW BEDFORD. April 13?Arr sehr- Cornelia. New Y-.-k: ??u-co. do: si.,..;. Georre Fox, do. NEWPORT", April 15?An sehr Excelsior, NYork for Providence; ' sloops Tecuiuseh,and Mi.Eddy, NYork for do. MYSTIC, April!'?Arr sehr Plutarch. Miner. South Atlantic riaPer nambuco, with 1050 fur skin-. Spoke March 31, lat 29 13 N. Inn 5957 W. ship Daniel Webster, Sagbarbor with :tb? bids oil, 40u -perm. PHILADELPHIA, April 6?Arr schrs Retrieve, Pioneer, Presling, NYork; Roswell, Kmc. do; barge Leader. Eastoo, do. BALTLMORE, Apr,I 15.?CI'd brig Bou Pere. Bogne, NYork. CHARLESTON, April 13?Below, ship Simon, from New York. MOBILE, April :?\rr Da*ad B Crane, Caramon, NYork. NEW ORLEANS, April 2?Cl'd, ship- Troy, Follanshce, N York: j Eagle,Yarin, ilo. _ IVJEW-YORK POST OFFICE. The Post Office open? at.s ..'ch-ck. a. St. ; " " closes at.7 " r. sa. I Open on Sundays from.9 to 10 a. m., and 13) to Ij r. m. ' Arrival and I>?'|>arturc of the .Vlnila. Eastern Steamboat Mail, via Stoaingtoa, daily, ex- dif. closes.! ceptSundays..?.6 a.m. 3 p.m. I Eastern Steamboat Mai!, via .New-Haven, daily e\ < ept Sundays.-j p. m. 6 a. >t. I Eastern Land Mail, w hich leave- Sunday morning, closes Saturday. 9 p.m. Fa-tern Way Mad. Via Harlem, Westchester. Nor w aik. 4tc daily except Sundays.9 r. v. 7 ?.si. Hartford Mail, by steamer, daily, except Sundays. .Ii \. M. '> p.m. Southern Mail, through to New-Orleans,daily.I \. m. 3; r. >t. ( C a. .m. Northern Mail, daily ?.?.2 p.m.-' a / 3j r. m. Philadelphia Morning Mul. .2}P.M. 7 a.m. Southern Way Mail, including the principal errt- ^ ? A. M ces between this and Philadelphia, via Jersey -1 a. m. a City. Newark. Ac.*. ^ 2 p. m. Hudson River Way Mail, both ?tdes . 6 a. m. Western Mail, daiiy.11} P.M. 3}P.M. long islvnd m \ils. North side closes on Tuesdays anJ Fridays at.......0 a. m. Middle Mail .'..?'.6 v. m. South stdCtMondav, Wcdnesdav and Friday.6 a. m. * N APPRENT1CK Wanted to the Bookbinding business. A bo -A well recoaimended L>-. tw.-va 15 ur l? veun mav applv at aU-jf 13.430-10 Fntnilic* who study cle*aiine??, economy and rnrafort, arc rc commended to coll at 71 G.Id-street ?aJ ?urniii' Willi?'? P?Trsr Pre??:vm Brt.steads, for which the silver medal ??? awarded at the j Fair of the American Institute tu Th<"<?> RwJ.tead? utterly prr i .-l?de the possibility efaay ?eiuiiii effeetiag a l"dc<*m?mt. wbil?tin re ! rard to durability and ?-heapne??. they -und unarivaned. They al-o posses, th" important advantage of beins pu: up er tak'-r. <!nwn .a . Ira than a minute Aa examination ??ill proie that every thing de ! -irable is a Bedstead ha? been '..ncctralcd ic this- at plus ultra .-f ' Willis._. a 16-1 in. fU a r i i r 0 : la this citv. April IS, John P. Hamilton, t.i Paebe L. Weed. .V:-e t-r ofHezekiah Weed. April 15, Samuel F. Cowdrey, to Henrietta, daufhter of the late I John Hull, deceased. April 11. Horatio HOL la Elizabeth Lewis, daughter of Royal Wild*, j April It. SmithD.Sturteyaat, to Cornelia Fredora, daughter of CapL Edward Hammond. At Ni w-Haven, April 13, Robe? C. Gist, to Surah M. daughter of Hoc. Nathan Smith, deceased. 3D i r ? : In thi- c:tv. April 17. William Ryeri ared 7T?. April 16, Elizabeth Platt, 16. .Mr-. .Mary Ann McLcod. April l.t. Mr-. Catherine Ca**idy.2S. J in.'- Reeves, Sen. 72. At Pelham. WestchesterCo. April HLElizabeth, wifeof tbelateGeo. Wm. Prevost, major in the British army. A XI VI A L VIA ? N K TISHI. \TEW-YORK MUSEUM, (known as Peakr** Museum. Broadway. ? > opposite the City Hall and Park.}?The public is resmectfirllyni fermedihai a scries of curious and peculiarly interesting Experiment will take plan- ..n the subject of Animal Magnetism, or the neryo-vil il fluid which pervades all animated being*. Th.- phenomena exhibited darin; th" magnetic -t?te, cannot fad to elicit the attention of the phi losopbical ami -. lentitic The exhibition will take plan eevery evening thi* week, at s ..'clock, in the Lecture Room of the 31nseum. Private exhibition daring the day. Dav vlsiOfTS to the M'l-enm are admitted or the -arr.e evening tree ofchtirce. Admission to all, 35 cents. Children half price. al9 FEOPEES LINE OF STEAMBOATS ^ FOR ALBASY....FARE $1. EsgO ?j- The aew ind ? mmodiou; steamboat NORTH AME !,\nm in hit Kir?,. r.pr M H. Truesdell, leaves the steamboat picrbetw.-enCirtlir.lt and Liberty -tree;*. This Afternoon, (Monday) Anril 19th, at5 o'clock. The new steamboat SOCTT1 AMERICA, Capt. Brainard. leave on Tuesday Afternoon. April 20th, at 5 o'clock. For passage or freight, apply to P C. SCHULTZ, at the office, or on board. N. B. All kimU of property taken only at the riak of the owners thereof. alO ?=1 TO LET. ?v;rf S.MAI.I. HOUSES?Several -mail Houses, with stable* ad ?""?joining, well *uit.-.! to Cartmen, in 12th street, m ar 5th avenue. 19 3t? Apply to ROBERT MILLER, No. 121 Twelfth ?t. FOR SALE OR TO LET. jjSH A pleasant Country Place, (suitable for a country seat, a card "?""ener, or milkman,) 3] miles from the Williamsburgh Ferry, consisting of a substantial, well-finished and convenient house, barn, well ef excellent water, cistern. Szc with from two to ten acre*of c<h..1 land, part wood. Ii will be sold a bargain, or let at a moderate real to a good tenant. The situation is Inch and healthy, w ith a fine view ..("'.lie surrounding country. Possession can be had immediately. Enquire ..f BLEECKER A- VAN DYKE, al9 2w" 13 Broad >t. or at 7!'Canal-t. PECTORAL irO.\F.V OF LIVERWORT. FOR Coughs,'Cold*, Asthma, Whooping Cough, Shorta.fBreath and anAnectionsof the Heart and Lungs, leading to CONSUMP? TION. Reader, you have tried many medicine* for yonrcold. Have you hadabottb of NOWILL'S PECTORAL nONEY OF LIVER? WORT! Trj it It i- assarcdly the best medicine ever offered to the public The testimonials tendered and the high eulogiums given thi ia*t winter from th.who have taken it. at teat at once its superior virtue. It isfrom this cause that we are induced to make it as popu? lar a* possible, though it ha- increasingly received the public appro? bation araountinc to about fifty thousand bottle*. Xopuffor advertwe meal Ii u done tin. to hoax on the ?uderer a w atery colored solutioa, and liiellVaeiou-iiie.li, ine, tie r. l.y ba-trr.iiii: a <li.x-a.-c lo it? fatal ter? mination?the puff alone sustaining tin-hopes of the patient, until , hope- are r..ne. This medicine, offered to the public at the low price of Tw o Shil? lings, i- accessible to ilL The preparation of the Honey of Liverwort is solely composed of vegetable iagrediciits simple in ihrir nature, but in combination not only calculated to remove the immediate disease, but to invigorate the -\ ?te.ii generally. No medicine ever offered to the public can be said to hare restored to health so great a number of persons ia consump? tive eoniplaint* as Xowill's Pectoral Honey of Liverwort. It should he kept in all families, to administer upon the lir-t symptom of cold or cough. ?- inattention and neglect are the euu-e- of number- losing their lives, especially in consumptive cases. Price 50 cents per bot? tle. aT'tf TO THE LADIES. Intellectual devclopcment and Personal Beauty considered in connection with Dr. FtH.r Clouraud's Depilatory POWDERS. riviIE Sculptor, whose study is i" imitate the exquisite workmanship .1 of nature, portray* in his model of the human form, u broad and elevated forehead. This de\elopement is not only consonant with, but sometimes necessary to the possession of a high order of mental fac? ulty. If a fine forehead i- ? mark of iatcllcct, it ?> no less an essential element of personal beauty ; ami it i- ofimportaocc to those, and th.-rt are many sin h, possessed of this prominent feature, though obecared by the encroachments of u loo luxurious growth of hair, to remove that portion of an excresence which tends, in their case, only todeform. Thi* can be done safely, speedily, effectually; and if used in accordance with direction*, without the least inconvenience, by Dr. Felix Gou raud's Depilatory Powder-. The furze of the lip. when annoying, or the -liort hair on the back of a lady'- neck, when too apparent?the hair of a mob-, or the beard, w hen high upon the .-heck, may all be re moved, and eventually the root- de?troyed, by the u-o of thi- prepara . tion. Manufactured by Dr. FELIN GOURAUD, <~ Walker -tr-ct. one door from Broadway, and for sale in tins city only there. Price $1 per bottle. Note.?As Powder*-, purporting to produce the effect of these, have lie.-u and are -till sold in the city at -oin* perfumeries and druc -lores, it is proper to inform the public that such are not Dr. (i'- manufacture. Pur. basers canseethe preparation tested if required. AGENTS. N.-w-York???. L. Brown,Utiea. JaredGray, Pouehkeep?ie. Peaa*} I? anhi?Mr-. Brow n. 7<i Cheslnul -t. Philadelphia, Maryland?Mr*. Schaper, 33 Baltimore -i. Baltimore. Virgiaia?Frazlcr, nop. Dr. Plummer'* Church, Richmond. Connecticut?E. C. f.-rr.-, Middletowa. Dealers supplied on liberal term?. Single bottles sent by mail. JO'Lettcr? must lie post paid. ?19 tf HEAT'S .VI ER CHANTS' .TIA? A/.I.VE, AND COMMERCIAL REVIEW. Published Monthly_per annum, in advance, bv FRCCMSS HUNT, KDITOR ANIi l-ROI'Rtr.TOK. 142 FULTON-ST. N. v. f p II IS Periodical i- devoted exclusively lo the interests uid wan is of I the business community, and in this respect differs ia its .-harac ter fr. .in any Magazine either in this country or Europe. It is intend? ed lobe literally and truly a useful work. It- com. in? embrace every subject connected ?ith Commerce and Political Economy. Biographical Sketches of eminent merchant*, and Essays from the ablest pen-, on Banking, Navigation, Manufac? ture-. Insurance, Trad.-. Commerce and Mercantile Law-, including important decisions in the different courts in the United States ami England, form part of the contents of each number; together ?ich official reports of all ui a Commercial Regulation* and Treaties. The Men ham-' Magazine is also the repository forautheotic Statis? ts .-.! iinformation of Foreign and Domestic Trade and Commerce, Banking, etc. collected from official source-, and classified lu table valuable for preseol and future reference. all' Im ROAROIN? IN NEW-YORK. /GENTLEMEN visiting New-York will find a quiet and pleasant V? home at the GRAHAM HOUSE, No. 63 Barclay street, where ample a> commodations ar- at all time* reserved for transient Boarder-, and afforded at moderate price-, by the day or week. No fume* of Tobacco or Alcohol will be found to taint the atmosphere. N. B. A few permanent Boarders will be taken. ROSWELL (JOSS. New.York. April 17th. 1841. tf HO.V1E EDUCATION. THE Children'* Retreat, at Jamaica, Long Island, w ill be opened on theiir-t Mooday in May next, under the charge of J. OV'ER ACRE. Those who design to promote the health and happiness, a. well a- the moral and intellectn il culture of their clulJren. by plaemj them at a Select School in the country, are respect/ally referred to the following gentlemen, viz: JsMFS MlLNOS. D. D.. (iroRGF PoTTS. D. D.. Rev. S. WllirTLFsry, R.-\. B.O.Peers, K.litor. Thomas llers-cs. ProfessoroFMusin, I raEL Pos-i. Esq. H. Greelev, Editor of New-Yorker, and E.Collif.r. K-q., ..I' New.v.-rk. Rev. I. s. Sfemcer, Rev. B. C.Cctler. D. D. aud Tiii: idori D wicht, Esq. of Brooklyn; K>-v. W. L. Johnson. Jas. H. Reeve, Esq. and J. w. ILAvmar, ofJamaiea. ai I 2m J/RE.M'H LANGUAGE.-Makesi Cs Oral andPracti l CaL svstkm.?Gentlemen wishing to study th<t French are in? formed that Mr-. L. Manesca Dumd. who continues the hiehlv ap? proved system of h^r father, the lat- John Mane.cn, i? f..rm:ne an early mornin; and an everiintr Clas- for the Spring and Summer sea? son. Those wishing to j-un will pb-n.-e call and eater their nani"-. Those w ho have already studied the langnage ran join classes in the second and thiH.courscs. Private instruction durinc the dav. Rcsi dence, 16City Hall Place. " alOtf CIOMMISSION PAPER WAREHOUSE.?The Subscriber. ar-> con ?tanlly receiving every description of Paper. ? hich tbrv offer f.* -ale in lots to -uit purchasers, upon the most r.-a-onublc terms. Among the:.- exteu-ive assortment are the follow-in;, viz: ?0U ream* Newspaper 34 bv 56 500 do do 26bv37 400 do do 24 by 28 200 do do 25 bv 40 :?si do do > bv 42 ?JOO do do 2S;hv47 100 do do 30 by 41 ItAsj do me,!ium printinc 500 do do and half do 400 J,, as-ortad colored paper 3U? do envelope p-ip?r Fine and superfine Flit Caps do do cut. plain and ruled do do Letter do D'.ni aad ned.am Writing paper Cloth paper. i4 s % gs i ti and .36 x 40 Hardw are paper. 1- x S3, 19 X 24, and 20 x 30 Hanging aiij Wrapping paper of various -uses New -paper of lav !12e mad# lo order at short notice Feb.-Y.tC u' E. ROOT it Co. c5 Maiden Lane BANKS & DIN GM AN. w E weuld invite tfa? attention of tHe Lsdim of N'ew-York and th?.?? visiunr theCitv to u rich aad vsned aStoek of Bry Gaods m nr in ti' City. Conaiderinf ihr psir^nacr wuh ?hicu ?e hitherto t>een favored, we flatter ? ..???;?-. that for the Mnae qasnlity W >d< we can r:e with an? : tad to plu-e all. we keep hitrh and low priced roods of every ftyle, eoisiacsd that a di?ccraing Puhl? kaowaaw ippreciatc the unwearied cxerliun- ef :he Subscriber* to p!ea.-e the eve and juiir'ni-nt. From recent SPLENDID SILKS. 1 lot very rieb Brnrnde from 6.- to 9? 15 piece* very 'lecanl Satin, striped. Gru de Fnrae per yard .usually d id for 12?) 1 lot :n"urnme tirured Silks 7s6d ?.s."< pieces ricur?d Silks fr-m 4?'! ti 3* 1'* ?? plain striped " 5f to f>?ftd. ?27 Black, blue black, plain and ffurrd from t- to 8s '\> ?? plain m> de \aplr?. ;ro de Ss, iss from '-C :o 6*6 LINEN GOODS of every description. DOMESTICS, ? la ire -t.'.k. very cheap. embrarin? ill kind* and quxhties. LADIES. plea<e rail and cxsmuie cur rich stock ? f Silk- for your-elve \. R. Trie Trench. German and Italian Languages spoken. IlPOKTATIO.\S. sn.vwLS. 10 boxes elecsmt Sr.tin Osmask. from $3 to ?'.'. J I'ashmere, Bn^-ha. Merino, and Tbibet-wool; all pn?< FRENCH, ENGLISH CND IMERICAN PRINTS. 2 cases French frnrn 3? to 5s per yard. 12 " English, splendid, from ls? to "->? lj " American from 6d to Id MOL'SLIN DE L?NES AND PRINTKP MUSLINS. _ Very rich French from 3*6 to 5s6t all wool. A Urce ?t.s:k of printed Muslins from "i< to 4* CLOTHS. Cassume res, Vesting*, Moleskins and Flannels: very low. BANKS A DINGMAN, al3 301 Grand-*! corner of Orchard. DR\ GOODS?DRY GOODS-DRV [GOODS. AA'E ir.v:t.-the attention of our cu-tomers. (the Ladies In particu ?? lar.) to our extensive issortment of SPRING GOODS, tor qua? lity, -tyl>- ud cheapness cannot be excelled in the city. Sellins for Cash only, and having !>ut one price to nur Goods, from which we never vary, we can always ?if'T bargains worthy attention. Please call and examine our Sil.Ks. I DOMESTICS. Black double width hr.'h lu?tre Hamilton, Phoenix, Walthan and ?? striped and figured,2s6 i other styles 5-4 Sc. 6-4 Sheeting*. '? plain Italian,'5s [New-York Mills, Boon, Haniilton, Colored Sills, yard wide, 10s [Coddwgto^Walthain super, Berlt ?? Engli?h Gm dc Naples 3-6 shire and otjicr Long Clnth?. ?? Corde Volonte for Bounet* from -d tu Is Blue black Levantine 3s Heavy Ann and superfine brown Black do 2-6 - Sairtinc-. .i large assortment MOCSSEL1NE DE LAINE. LINENS .'?LINENS Rich Parisstyles nil wool 3s [Alarge lot froth auction, the best , Rieh Satin stripe 4- j assortment of Shirtina- and fine Rich styles from 1-6 to 2s I Linen? ever offered, from 2s to FRENCH a ENGLISH PRINTS lOspervard Cheap RIBBONS, ' Rich Frew h Prints from I- to 2s6 j GLOVES, HOSIERY. >v LACE ?? English ?? Is to is goods_Astonishing Cheap. " American styles 6d to 2s6 P. GREGORY k SON. Scotch Gingham 6d to 2s6 ' alQ 175 Spring-Street TO I.ADIr:<4?IIOPPI>G IN GRAND STREET rix HE subscriber is daily receiving PRY GOODS from auction, of A the newe.t ?ty!e? and latest importation, which will hs> offered it reduced prices. Ladies will find it to t.'.eir advantage to give a call and examine the Goods. SHAWLS. SHAWLS. SHAWLS.! GH U.I.Y Brache Shawl- H ail prices ;Pl:tin ( hallys Irwin ts to .-0 Belida do a uew and rich ar- R"'h Satm ??"l'cd aud figure do. liele, Itrom 3s6 to 6? Silk do damask patterns I ? DOMESTICS. MCSLIN DE LALNES. Rrow n and bleached tsaeeting and Elegant striped and figured Plain S.h'rl,"!i: I de Laines, all colors. Waltham, Phenix, Hamilton aad <U n< [LongCloth Shirtings . Ri.-h Brocade fr..m?- to Ss LA,*?'1 lare* ?',*,"rtn"'nt nl* other do -t-iiisi1 from 5s to 7- Goods, t<'<> numerous to meation do figured, a larre assortment ?' ??' auverii-emeni. Also, plain Silks in a great var.etv v *?? a::<1 exam ' ;inc. alT C. A. HOMAN, 255 Grand street. CASH SYSTEM. ESTER, HOLMES A- CO. No. 167 Pearl street, are daily receiv 1 s nig from Auction and elsewhere con-tant supplies of nee and fashionable staple and fancy GOODS, ?In. h being bought ?iih Cash, , are offered to.uitrv ami city merchants at unusually low prices for Cash. They unite tho-e who Wish to gel a irrest many Good* for u -mall -um of money, to examine their pru-eut unequalled -t'*k. a!7tf ItKD HACK HONEY, ON all the Rank-, without exception, taken at par. at 1-1 Gr.i wich street, where can be found a first, rate assortment ofCI dhs, Cassimercs and Vestincs, Print-. Arc. Sze. EZRA YOUNG, 4SI Greenwich sL N. 11. The lowest prices asked, and uu abatement. a!5 tf i OJIEAP ROiTIRAZINES, Silks. Mouslin De Laines. Bon " net Silk-. Ribbons, Linens, Domestics, a lane lot of Hosiery and Gloves, from Auction, very Cheap. P. GREGORY Ai SON. N. B. One price. fit 17.' Spring-?!. CHINA, GLASS~AND EARTHEiN WAHR. MERRITTS iND PAGE offer for Mile at their Stores, Nos. 100 Row cry and 335 Grand street-, an extensive issortment of the above goods, which, being entirely of recent purchases and importations, comprises the late-i patterns, and ? nable* them to sell at very low prices. Brittannia Ware. Plated Castors, Table Cutlery. Ac Ac. al&lm. CO .HE AND WEE. TN the building known a- the Columbian Hall, 263 Grand -treet, the I most spacious w holesalc and retail ?alc- room in the United State?, ; the largest and best selected assortment of Ladies', Misses', ami Chil ' dren's SHOES exclusively, in all their varieties of pattern, width, co ! lor. shape and material usually called for. of our own manufacture. We would inform tho-e Indies who have formerly been compelled to I go to Broadway and elsewhere, that they are under the necessity of doing-o no longer: and we invite them to "come and -ee," and save from two eight shillings per pair, and be better served, without the delay- and disappointments attending being measured. VVe would also say, that having from S to 300 persons in our em? ploy, and having been for a number of years the large.t manufacturers in America, that our work i? well known, approved of and so ?Iii after, in every mokei where good work i- sold. The citizens of New York, Brooklyn, \VilUamsburgh, and the lurroundingcountnr, are re .?;.tfully solicited to call aud examine for themselves. Wholesale and retail dealers for city and country trade, will find it to their ad ' vantage to call before purchasing; as not only quality and quantity, but jir., .-hall make it a cieal inducement. j alttf SMITH. BRISTOLL ?t HALL. IATINDOW CEASS-3000 American Window Glassof Frank? 's |in, Fulton and Delaware brand-, comprising a complete assort? ment of sizes, from 6 bv 8 to 20 bv 26. FRENCH WINDOW GLASS?1000 boxes Trench Window nnd Picture Glass, of double ami single thickness, of superior quality? ?ize from 7 bv 9 to 31 by 42. DRUGGISTS' GLASS WARE?700 packages Druggists Glas Ware from Harmeny Glass Works, embracing a general assortment of Vials and Bottles. For sale bv MORGAN AND WALKER. ?10 tf Manufacturer-' Agents, I7it Water-sL SA.VK'KE W. BENEDICT, Waich Maker. Merchant.' Exchange, corner of Wall and William streets, having formed ? connect:..n in business with S. HAMMOND, their personal attention will be civen to repairing fine Watches. Teameritcomplicated parts of Duplex and Chronometer Watches put in equal t? the original Mr. Hammond would m ike his acknowledgements to the public for their kindness and patronage since living in .New York, and will always ttiv- their work preference in making Duplex work, but will not be able to make any discount from the reiad price. Duplex. Independent S<.nd, and other Watches of splendid pat? tern-for ?nie, warranted perfect or ihn money rulurned. Jewelry and Silver Ware a- u-nal. al7lv BENEDICT A HAMMOND. STEAH ('ANDV AND SUGAR REFINERY. KL. & A. STUART, cor. Greenwich and Chambers -i-. ..re now s manufacturing and offer for sale, Candy Sugar Plum-. Ac. made by their improved -team proce>-, from -imrle. double and treble re lined Sugar) superior in quality to any made in tin.- country or Eu? rope, ami al marly or quite os low price, a- the inferior 'jualitie? are usually sold, having increased their buildings, they are bow : prepared to execute the largest orders for Candy, or Refined Sugar, at the shortest notice. Country dealers are requested to call and .-va mine the quality ofCandy -old at this establishment before purchasing. ' Candy carefully pai ked n I -\.f20, 25, SO and liK) pound.-, for the j southern and western markets* and delivered in this city, or shipped without charge for boxes or cartage. Refined Sugar? Double refined loaf packed in l?.xe?. barrels, or I.: crushed and ground loaf sugar, in barrels: -ugar hou-<- mo? lasses, in hh.l- and tierces. The above Sugars are refined by -team, without the useofclnv or blood. alS 10t THE CONNOISSEUR'S SHAVING SOAP. THIS i? uu Kmnlient Composition, ?Inch affords the lughestdegree of Comfort in Shaving. It gives a rich and durable lather with Warm. . old. hard or -oft water. Since it- introduction, in 1<T7. it? popularity has been constantly on the incren-e, and the Proprietor daily receives .a??urance* from iu Customers, that it not only excels every other urti- ie known to them, hut they cannot wi?h for a greater luxury ill Shaving. It i- put up in cobveaient eartberh boxes.from which it i? used. A liberal discount to whole-ale purcha-er-. Prepared -ind sold bv GEORGE I). COGGESHALL. Chemist, Druggist, and Manufacturer of Aerated Waters, 421 Pearl, corner of Ro-. -t. N'ew-York. Sold a!-o by John M.lhau. 1S.1 Broadway: Rii-hton A- A-pmwall, .-?? William-sL ll'J Broadway and 10 A-tor House; and by respectable Druggists and P.rfimer- generally. A liberal discount made to wholesale purchaser*. Order? from cus? tomers out of the citv may be addres-ed to any wholesale bouse lo-re with whom they mav deal. lm ?10 WESTERN NAVIGATION COMPANY. COMBINING THE OLD NEW-Y'ORK AND OHIO LINE, NEW YORK LINE AND CTICA AND BUFFALO LINE. T'HK above Companv are prepared to receive and forward FREIGHT AND PASSENGERS WEST to all Port- on the Erie Canal, Lake-. Huron aad Michigan, and on the Ohio and Wa iia-h an.: Krie Canal-, on the ni?"t favorable term-. Families emi rratinr we?t. and Merchant- will find it to their advantage to call .1 their i irSce, 106 Broad -treet. A Steamboat will -tart daily at 5 P. M. from the foot ofCortlandt street, and three Canal Boats of a superior class w.ll be -tart. ,1 daflv from Albane. For Fr?irht or Passage ap plv to I NOAH t'ooK & n>. 108 Broad ?tr-et. N. Y. O. M. TOMUNSON t|CO. Albany, N. Y. JAMES I'll APPELL A'. CO. II- '.cier, N. V. E. S. BEACH. da A. R. C<JBB 4 CO. BurTalo. N. Y - Proprietor". AGENTS. C. >t!R. OATMAN A CO. Cleveland, Ohio. DAVIS * SMITH. Port-mouth. Ohu' lK IRR, WEBB J. CO. Dct-oit. Michigan. alO-tf RklSTOI. A PORTER. Chicago, I CASH BOOK STORE. 180 PEARL STREET, N. Y. TAYLOR * C L E 31 E IV T Would, rospeetfallv. call the attention of Merchants and others, ts their stock of Books, Paper. Blnok-work. Quills. Ink, Binders' Stoek, ?tc. w lach tiisy offsr a: the lowe.t pnsa? ros cuf. alO-U" PROCRASTINATION. IT" The spsrit of thi? enemy to hutnan health and happine-s. ha* reduced man> in individual to poverty, distress, anguish, and dead*. Like Felix, deferring an aU-iniportani point to "i more coaveaieot reason," mam lose the opening opportunities of serving themwelve* and others. Procrastination in business, natters, prod act** the .ame -pint in case* of health, and nu) a penon adopts every excuee for the neglect of the one. and the omission of liie other, la aUM of in? cipient consumption, every article 1? obtained to aiford needy relief -bleeding ami blistering are resorted to?and the patient is tortured by operations and drugs. 'Why.' says a visitor, 'do you not try Pease's llorehound Candy The answer is?? | wi\L if I an not bet? ter in i few da)?1 will commit my physician.' This i* done, and ho says, I abhor quack medicine*.1 The patient knowing its harmlcsa . (fei :-. rends ior a package, lakes it unknown to the physician; re? covers health and strength, and the doctor boasts of ho, miraculottSJ recovery, little tuspeeting that it was done by one package of Prase's* llorehound Candy . from 45 Div ision street, PEASE'S CANDY. 1 had my family all afflicted with the croup, and every medical attendant despaired of the relief of my younger children raoreespe cially. VVV were warmly recommended your estimable Harcbouad Candy?and the result was as rapid as it w?s efficacious. The fnmily now enjoy their usual health, and the medieal aitrudsut* have 14 kaowledgcd its powerful efficacy upon the youngest as well?, the old? est. Signed, S. TOWNER, 90Charles street. For sale, wholesale and retail, by J. PEASE & SOX, 45 Division street. alO-la MORE CONVINCING PROOFS OF THE PECULIAR EFFICACY OF PEASE'S CANDY, 45 DIVISION STREET. 1 have been troubled with a terrible alarming cough, w'jich -ruled On^my lungs, and threatened alaiosl uuiucduie death. I made useO ?many cough remedies, without experiencing any relief, and was indu? ced to make trial of IVj-e's llorehound, and it afforded inimcstuite re lief, anil I now enjoy as good health, if not better, than I have for tea years, and would recommend it to all. E. 15. MESERVE, 181 Kir-i it I have i-eil Tease'- Essence of llorehound Candy, and have found it ah invaluable medicine for the purpo-e for which u is intended, J. LINDSEY, Vaster of M. E. Church. S<scond su I made trial of the parcel of llorehound Candy you sent me. and nothing I have taken has afforded me any degree of the relief I have derived from your excellent yet plea-ant remedy. N. KELLOGG, Recenl Pastor of M. E. Church. .'. Wille.t si. No public speaker should be without Pease's Essencoof llorehound Candy. I can cheerfully n.nmend it. Rev. J. AYERS, late Pastor of M. E. Church. Hallcy st. Church. Newark. N. J. or impure at339 Broad ?treet, Newark. Rev. W. C. Ilawley 95 Crosby street, has also tested the virtual of Pease's Candy. Elder Knapp has also used Pease's llorehound Candy und reeom mends it to public speakers. Rev. J. Crawford, Pustor of the M. E Chureb, 10 Forayth Mrcst. has used Pease's Medicated Candy, and recommend* It to all ibosa whose avocation require* the u.f the voice. Rev. Dr. S. Luckcy, P.E. of tt> .N. V. District, has used Pease'* Candy ami rci ommends it to all those w ho are in need of its healing and curative qualities. Rev. Mr. Wbitaker, Pa-tor of the Presbyteriun Church, Catharine street, comer of MadUoa, al-o has u-cd, and recommends Pease'* llorehound I 'only. Rev. Mr. Griffin, Pastor of M. E. Centenary Church, Brooklyn, als? recommend* Pease'* Candy. WHOOPING COUGH. Parents will find Pease's Candy very good for the whooping rough. DR. ROGERS. The undersigned have used Pease's llorehound Candy with un? bounded success, und recommend it to all tuo-e who sre afflicted with pulmonary disease*. H. Aver-, collector for the N. V. York RailroudCo. in 20 Second tt. near 3d avenue. J. Mortimer, r'l Main street, Brooklyn, L. I. A. B. Bloodgood, 147 York street, Brooklyn. T. Weld. 105 Duane ?t. S. Jenaer, 59 Henry st W. T. Peck,653 Broadway. T. If. Thompson, 177 Ludlow St. A. Wbitlock, 4-s(J Water st. J. Patten, 12H Cedar ?L T. H. Lyell. 7 Carroll Place. Full 3000 testimonials havo been handed in by some of our moet popular physicians^ counsellors, clergymen, and moit respectable citi? zen", in performing what is promised. Beware of counterfeits, if there be any. Closed on the Sabbath. Agents?Ruahton Si Aspinwall in nil three st?re?; J. Bottum, I Ann st. cor. Broadway: HuPstis Sc Co. cor. of Ann and Nuenausts; Timpson, grocer, cor. i'ulton anil William sW ; Keuge, 755 Broadway; II iys, 139 I'ulton ?L Brooklyn ; T. Owen, I Sixth Avenue ; Cory, 193 Spring -t; Patrick, grocer, 296 Pearl st; Burrill,271 Grand st, Smith Si Bateswo, 12<i Broadway: Martine, 21 st street and 9th avenue; Teal, 41ii llud-on -ireet, and by all respectable grocers. CAI TION?Due cannot be to<i particular?there are courterftefl abroad in abundance, but if you are particular to see thai (Such pack age i- signed J. PEASE ? SON, 15 Division street, it will be all O.K or K. O. just as you please to have it. Copyright secured. CouutrJ merchants wishing thi* Candy can huve it 85 percent off for cash. af9 EXTRACT OF A LETTER, Received from the Island of St. Vincent, Weit Indict. T ANGUAGE, dear sir, can but feebly express the deep excitement which is produced in the whole extent of this island by the re? cent importation of u very palatable medicameatum from the city of New York, X. A. called Peas,. \ Son's Clarified Essener: of llore? hound Candy. Tin- is indeed a rura avis of ?B> kind, aad most effec? tual, as it cured the President's lady of a most distressing chronic cough of several year- standiog, in the mo-t incredibly short space of four hour-. I luve also te-ti d it* virtues in my own complaint, pul pati- cord is, and after having used ihre? packages of this admirable compound, I feel now entirely free from my old friend. Really, Mr. Pease is worthy to be accounted the Howard of America. Yours faithfully, DANIEL CREIGHTON. Closed on the Sabbath. Agentr.?Zieber, r!7 Dock street, Philadelphia; Reddiag, w State street, Boston J Herford, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Cures A-Co. 13 Exchange Ploi e, New Orleans, La.: Robertson, 110 Baltimore street, Maryland; Rawls Si Ca .17 State street, Albany, N- Y. None i- genuine unless tach package i* signed J. PEASE As SON, 45 Division street, of whom it can'be obtained whol.-alc und retail. Terms invariably cash. alO-lm no. 4 peck MEIE. DOCTOR CARPENTER continue* as usual to devote his entir per?onal attention u> the general duties of hi* profession. Tho?e w ho have been so unfortunate as to become the victims a unqualified and unprincipled charlatans with which this city abounds in consequence of the laxity of our laws rrgulitiug the medical prf fessioo, are respectfully solicited to call at his old established Di.pea wry, So. 4 Peck slip, where many thousands hare been made to re joice at i happy deliverance from their manifold diseas?i. To strangers, Dr. Carpenter beg, leave to add that he is a native and " to the manor born ;" that he is ? gradual" ?>( I rnion College, and received hi* diploma in this eitv: Maims no ro.nl honor*,) is a licen tiateofthe New York StateMedical St* ietyi *"d has had nearly thirty years practice and experience in this city, and what is most important, he speedily and effectually cures his patients. XT Separate offii es and entrances, (.barges reasonable. alG ecomo-hv: economy: THE GREATEST LUMINARY IX THE WORLD.?The uude* signed respectfully solicit thg attention of the Public to TOUGH'S PATENT SPIRIT LAMPS, manufactured by them, and of which hundreds' have been told within tiie !i-t two months in this city. All who have seen and u?od them, ickaowledge tn?:r superiority for light ov er all other Lamps?of which the great demand for them is evidence. They give u? much light ?? three Gas Burner?, and the expen?e is FtiTV ria cct ukss than the expense of gn.. The public can see tliem in u.-c at the stora of the subscriber-, X?. !4e Fulton -treet. and rcfercuecs will be given to those who have them in use The subscribers '.tier to the Public the UNION OVKN. The deservedly high reputation which this Oven enjoys in this city and country, requires tio coin -tnL This is well known a? being su? perior to any other #lveo in the country. It is an indispensable arti? cle in house.keeping. The Public arc cautioned against purchasing a spurious artii le sold for the l.'nion Oven. None are the real I.'moa Oueo*. but tho-e made bv the subscnbers. JAMEd MYERS; Sc CO, 148 Fulton et. N. B,?The prices of the Cmon Ovens have see a reduced from the original prices One Dollar on each sia*. alO tt