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f otitninitii the Pros-reding* of CottJrrett? nn<! other
?y>tr? by the Sioti Hiera .Tlnil one dn> in ad?
snore of nuy other Pcnnjr I*ap?-r,
Ii ",ab)i?a?.i ?vcry morning, ?t No.30 Ann-alreel,New-York,
JrhweJ 10 City Sebicriberi fr.r OME CENT per copy, Atari
- /.vriben. t* per annual 10 advance : otherwise %.\
tis-ms or ?pvKETifmc-rox rscn ai>vf.rtislm?-.st or
Cfti uns* oe less (orer sk), first insertion. "?O cts.
0?, far asch subsequent insertion. ?13
?a for Hix insertions, or ono week.jB. 1 JO
(to for Twenty-five insertions, or mm month.ifS 00
Langer Advertisement* at equally favorable rates.
f?r FirellCP'- half l?e above rates; Two Does,one-fourth ot
rstes? payable in .ill oasc? la advance.
BiVKROPT Law?//* History.?On the 4th of April,
IJfJO, Congress pa-tied n uniform Bankrupt Law. At this
[nee the business of the country whs limited; the relations
ktwecn debtor and creditor stood upon a different footing;
mrisonmenl for debt existed in neatly all the States. The
hvtapplied to mereluutts and traders only. A farmer, a
uryer, or o mechanic, had to become a trader, within the
?Maring of the act, to U* entitled to the benefit- of its provi- |
. m A change in the political parties of the day was not
without its effect upon this Jaw. It uu> repealed December
The next action on this subject was in tin- liousv of Repre
leaiatives, January 1, 1812, when a Committee was appoint
(d to inquire into the expediency of establishing n uniform
law on the subject of bankruptcy.
In the House, January 3. 1815, Mr. Ingersoll, from the
(iMumttee <m die Judiciary, reported a hill. At this time :
Boston, New-York, Philadelphia and Baltimore sent in strong
petitions in favor.
In the House. February 27, lSlfi. Mr. Nelson, from the
i onunittce on the Judiciary, reported a bill. April 22, Cent
mittee discharged, and the subject indefinitely postponed.
In the House, December 13, lCTfi, Mr. Hopkin-on, from
the Committee on the Judiciary, reported a bill. February
M, 1?I7, Committee discharged, and tire subject indefinitely
The subject has continued to be moved and postponed tit
nearly every session since, in one or the other House. In
1831 Mr. Sergeant proposed the measure. In 182-i Mr. Ad
imj recommended it in his Message to Congress, nad Mr.
Webster oflered a resolution in the Semite that it was " now !
expedient," but it whs laid on the table. Mr. Adams re?
newed his recommendation in the Message of 1S27. Mr.
I'ad Bnrcn also recommended it in bis first Message; ami in 1
1840 the- Semite passed a bill, 21 to 19. The reader is fa?
miliar w iili the subsequent movements on the subject.
[Naiintial Intelligencer.
KT" ?? Von ought not to quit tradine with me because you
lure joined tin* Temperance Society," said a grocer, who
sell- lupinr, to a Reformed Drunkard, who had formerly
dealt with him; " you ought to continue to buy of me what
you want for your family. I have always accommodated you.
When you wanted a small piece of bacon, if not more than a
rsMiid, I always cut it off for you ; if you wanted a little /lour, '
if not more than four pounds at n time, I always weighed it
oat for you und trusted you whenever you asked ma to do so." j
" I am much obliged to you for your kindness," replied the \
'reformed' man, "and I shall not forget it; but I intend
hereafter to ' go the whole hot;.' Instead of buying bacon by
? pound, I intend to buy a ' whole hoc ' this fall; and in- |
?read of buying flour by the few pounds at a time, I intend
er. alter to purchase by tin1 barrel."
Sodden .Death.?We learn that a man named Bailey, at ,
Chester, Warren Co., N. Y., was killed on the 20th inst. !
He went out to aatch a horse, and while bridling him, the
loicial wheeled and kicked him severely in the side. He I
caught him again, led him to the stable, und afterward went |
?it., the house, thinking that ho was not much hurt. The
stand soon became painful, and he attempted to bleed him
Kit*with ii knife. He wits si/izcd with very seven' pain*,
ud although a physician was immediately seal for, no relief
reold be aflbtded, and he soon expired.
SotctDE.?A respectable looking man, named Josinh New
hill, aged about 10 years, committed suicide by leaping from
ilmirth-story window uf the house of Mr. Nehemiah Leonard,
N*. II Leverett street, Boston, on Friday night last.
Eefects oe Heat.?The Vicksburg Sentinel of the 24th
!t. states that on the Friday night previous, five persons
Jus! suddenly in that city from i (Fusion of the brain.
Asa Child, Esq. the absconding Agem of the Norwich
Md Worcester Railroad Company, has, it is sai.i, returned
from his trip to Texas, and u few .lays since was in South
?ridge, .M:iss.
j-/' Rev. .lohn Pierpout, ot Boston, gave a Lecture on
temperance at Rochester, N. V., on Saturday evening.
eJ5 Dr. Le\ kh's Artificial Teeth on the principle of \t
nospheric Pressure are highly commended l>v those who
yet trii-d them. See Judge Noah's Certificate.
fijT The following is from the St. Louis Argus of the 25th
?t. It is a strange story to conn- upon us so abrupt!) :
?rkai Battle in thk Indian Country.?Largo num?
bers of Indians. Negroes, and Mongrels, from Florida, have
an placed upon the borders of Arkansas and Missouri.?
Bj u gentleman direct from Kort Leavonworth, wo learn that
wme tiOO Negroes from Florida und runaways from the
I'll sctaws and Cherokee* and from the whites, united with a
S>w white men, have been gradually associated in the fast
. ...es W est of Arkansas. Not lone since they marched Isigb,
?P lied river and encamped for the purpose of hunting buf
Lab?. They built a wry tolerable F ort with logs, surrounded
s;th a ditch to protect themselves against all dangers. They
? :;iit few buffalo, and therefore, to supply their wants, in
; It ?! the possessions of the Choctaws and carried off cat?
tle, poultiv, grain, Ac. The Choctaws followed them, but
li'idiiig their numbers and fortifications an overmatch, they
?Fared and sent to Fort Gibson for the United States Dm
(spas. Capt, Moore, of Company ?. was sent to capture
I bent with three companies of Dragoons, but ut'ter arriving
'pun the Red river, he found their entrenchment too strong
ud their number too great to venture an attack. He ac
oiuingiy sent to Fort Towson and was re enforced with a
Sao company of Infantry und a couple of pieces ot cannon.
The cannon were shortly brought to bear upon the works.
*-"d soon made the splinters tiy and the logs move so queerly
Wat the refugees, at u signal, rushed outside of their forrift
''tiivis and began to (btm upon the Prairie in front of tiieir
>iJtks. Kre they fully succeeded in doing so, Cant. Moore
"k! his gallant Dragoon* charged upon them at full gallop,
'he carnage that ensued is represented as terrible?the
1,T&;ouns routed them in all directions, and, after putting
?*?{* numbers to the sword, succeeded in capturing tk>
"loUbody! The conduct of the Dragoons is represented
x% worthy of all commendation as regards both skill and
^ery. The bravery and numbers of the refugees availed
"-?saluiely nothing against the irresistible charge of the
***taa Dragoons.
This decisive blow will give security to that exposed pop
j""* of our frontier, and convince the refugee Negroes and
??tos that our Dnigoon* muy not be tritled with. The
** ot the Dragoon* was unknown to our inlormant?he said
'?? wptesi brought the news to the Fort.
A Terrible Tempest.?Inn letter from Navalcarnero,
in Spain, we find thf following account of a singular phe?
nomenon which had occurred there: " About 3 o'clock in
the afternoon of Saturday last, the heat boiriui to be insup
portable, and continued increasing until past 4, when a hur
rible tempest ar. accompanied by a shower <-f stones,
which fell with "Teat violence. The country i.? now reduced
to unc scene of desolation : nothing is t<> he beard but i-it-iis
und lamentations. This shower lasted fur two hours, at the
expiration of which time the country around was thickly cov?
ered, and haJ the appearance of being buried in snow. All
the vineyards and the corn-crops were destroyed, and the
r<>ofs of the houses beaten in. The misery ol the inhabit?
ants i- beyond description, and the prospect before them for
die ensuing winter itiNt disheartening."
Perfectionists.?From the Register published at De
Ruyter, Madison county. N. Y., we learn that a -vet of Per?
fectionists exist in thai village, " who claim to be as hi ly as
Jesus Christ. And oven those who once occupied stations
in resrx-ciahle society, and walked i:i the higher circles of
life, debase themselves t" kiss the feet of their leader, and
adore him a- the very Cliri-t !" They deny the sacrcduess
nt iho tiirirriaire rite, rim! by their principles and practices
grossly mitral'? the proprieties of life; Such facts should he
chronicled as part of the history of the limes. [ N. Y. Obs.
The vert last ivav in Stealing.?A German was
arrested a few days ago at St. Louis fur a very novel mu le
ot stealing. It seems I?.* had at borne a cow and a calf; lie
would go to the city, steal a call" und carry it to market tied,
driving the cow along, and sell lite cow an.I calf. The pur?
chaser would take them home, and turn out the cow. sup
pnsitii; she would return to the naif; but no sooner was she
out than -Ii? would run t.> her own calf. The market mas?
ter's suspicious wore tir?t aroused bv seeing the same cow
frequertly in market, and on pursuing the fellow uj>. the fact
wiii proved.
A VetertN Juror.?The name of Lawrence Van Buskirk,
ofXo. 847 Seventeenth-street, having been drawn and placed
in the jury list of the Court of Sessions as n j'iror, liie Sheriff,
on goini; to summon hiin. ascertained that Mr. Van Buskirk had
been a juror nearly BO years ago, ami that he was over 100 years
of age. The venerable gentleman was considered us having a
lawtul excuse,and wns accordingly excused from attendance.
importers, booksellers vxd publishers,
Broadway, NcavTera. and PattrNostcr lloir, /.unit en.
Import ition ol Books, English and Foreign, lor Colleges, Public
nml Pris tie Libraries, die Ac. Single Books imported t? order. Or?
der* forwarded by every steamer and ?Im> by tin Livorpool Pai k. t-.
ami answered promptly by the return of the first Steamer after the
receipt if desired.
\V. A P. would invite attention to the unequalled facilities afforded
by ilo-ir London Agency, I wine1, has now been conducted by Mr. Put?
nam for sc\"ral years, bis ]<>rnn iui,i r<si</>H<> being la London, for
procuring Engluk an.! Foreign Book* for Colleges, Public and I'ri- 1
ruff lAbrnritf, BuuLsilUrs. anil lltr I'vbln ? ?i ntru?u. mint In sf a
good term- ami with greaterdispatch than they have evorbefore been
imported into tin- countrj !?> any otherestablishment.
Orders ? nh references or remittances ma) be sent direct to the
London bouse if preferred, and booh.-, can be shipped thence to any
of the principal port- in the I'nite.l State.-.
Book* fur Incorporated Institution* pay no duty.
All the English Journals, Monthlies, Quarterlies and Newspapers
received regularly Uy ihc st-aum. of Um first af each month for
subscribers, and the pi inripalperiodical* kepi on hand for llic sale. .
Order- for ih" sttimrr ?aUdonia will be in season if received
by 3 o'clock, P. ILSalurdsy .July 31. jy30 I m I
1-. It. JbU'EI.L,
94 JoHX-street, g etwee* OoLD and pearl. jyi'j lm
vTn c~rTi\~T~~ lT~ DTL7 L7~s
No 128 Fnlton-sL(fourth story i New-York. jel9 if
II. W. THAYER, .71. D~
No.!' Howard mri.kt,
Oillee consttltalions from 7 to lo A. M. and 1 to :t P. M. jy]7 lm
J A itt JE S IS . ?* W A a N .
pr] \ t e 11,
?Bou?4-.t<'r:>ing Hardware mul Cutlery,
? J ? Bowery, between Spring end Princt.streets, j-:t-tf
j. v. a.KA.tgin?;.
ATTuR.NET AT LAW?commissioner Or Dr.tDS.
No. 87 Beekman-sL jc8-8m
For sale at the Office of
No. lt'si Front-st.. N. V., and No.Faosr-sr.. Brooklyn, L. L
mJ-J N. It. Wh.te Lead. Oils, Colours, &<u, for sale as alrnvn. If
DUTC-lEan, UEVi\01aD!? * PLATT,
Attorneys, Solieiters ami Counsellors,
Office No. 31,88, I s,??.Voik ( Salem Dutch er,
Merchants Exchange, J ? j. N. Rev> oum,
Wsi'atreeL ) n&l-if _/ O. H. Platt. _
I'm, i oia:.-.;'o ,t i.. j*-. . s ;.? ??--.-<.
fly .'/if Dezguei reotyy < Process.
.Tl. It. Vau E onn. auccenaor lo A. 8. Wolioti,
Upper Story <>> Granite Building,
Corner of Broadway and Chambers-si, eairance in Chambers) N. V
XT Likeuesses taken from 7 A.M. nil sundow n, in an) kiml of ?eu
th;r?Clear, Cloudy, or Rainy jyShlm
I i w\ REAMS large Imperiul Printing Paper lor sale: 25by :t7
11'U inches?(sizeand quality oftho Folio New-Yorker.) It will
!m sold cheap for en-!,. Apply to the Fditor of lln- >?'l>er. :s!l
touch in; \Kl>s !
I M Milt' RAZOR STROP, with which every person n.a\ keep
bis razor in perfect order, whether si sea or on land. It presents
four faces, each of different sharpening properties, commencing with
ihn metallic Hone, of leu liases the power of the ordinary hone, and
finishing on the simple calf-skin. Retail price- 50 cent-. 7.'. cent.-,
%\ if, $1 2f?, and it fs* each, according lo size and outward finish.
The performing part Of a "? cent Stioe the -"Hie as one al >l 50.
I CHAPMAN, 103 William-sL
N. U. The performing pan of my 75 cents Si>.p warranted to he
superior to tieo. Sauuders' be.i, at ji.l eaih, and the money returned
if the purchaser i*e dirsaUsfied.
nit. A. ATKINNOIV'S KOOT IsEKR.'?A substitute
for Alcoholic or Malt Liquors, a very pleasant and refreshing
dunk, superior lo the ordinary .Mineral crSodu Water.-. It renovates
and purifies the human system. To families it will be sold for6jcents
per qaart, or 83 cents per gallon..at the counter ^ and J cent- per
glass,plain; or4imd 6 cents with Sarsaparilla, ii;ii?er, Angeleca,
Kiecnnipane or lloarhound Syrup. R-'member,3l6Greenwich-street
is the place ?her- pure Knot Reer is 10 lm Mad. ivl7 lai
THIS newly invented Cooking Stove,
adapted lothr a-e of Coal or Wood is far
superior lo any oilier now in u?e. The oven,
which is lamer laan that of any ollir.- Stove
of the same -ize. i- protected in part by a
patent guard-plate which prevent- it from
becoming lOO much heated, and serves al?o
to protect the fine from becoming tilled with
coal or other obsiractions la the draft. It also has a patent damper
in for the purpose of conveying off the vapor arising from cooking,
ami al.-o the deM an iug from the coal. The back boiler-, which in
other Stoves arc rendered almost useless by their remoteness from
tne blaze, are so situated as to receive tse same benefit from the tire
as those in front. Another very important recommendation to the
Eagle Cooking Stove is that it require? lets fuel than any other pat?
ent now in u??. The public are respectfully invited lo call and ea
aninie for themselves, at
THOMAS FRAZIER'S, No.206 \Vatar-street,
Where may be found a variety of tbe most superior patterns of
HalL Parlor. aud otser Stoses. JyS? 4m
COLO out! SII.VKK WATCHES, fa-?nio?7
bleJewelry, Silver Spoons, Utr.tcr Knives, Sugar Tongs,Ar.
'^plated Cuke Baskets, Caodlasticks, Suutrer-. and Trays, l"a?
ttor?. Ac. Britannia Coffee-Pots and Urns, Tea Setts, Ac.and
Fancy tioods unerally, for sale by BEACH .v SEXTON,
mi? if N. Ii. Watches and Jewelrv renairej 114 Chatham ?L
<LOCKS ! CLOCKS '. :-The uudersimed hi
ta'sci. the useacy for the ,.?le of JKR OM F.' S BRASS
CLOCKS, ;ii iheir Clock Warerotaa, No. 304 It mad w> v.
_ ,-re he will saD their PaTEWT Ltchi Dat sad Thirty Ri r
Hr-.- Clocks, cf a variety of patterns, at ihc Ioa>est;wJiolesa]e Factory
price.-. Merchants slid dealers m Clocks would do weli lo call sad
examine their stock before purchasing. AUo. an ai-.orai.eiit of tV,.oo
Clocks, CURAT ?or C*??. RecoUeci the number, -J>? Broadway, up
stairs. ISAAC 0. HINS DALE.
N. R.?Particular attention paid to the P.elaii trade. Every -lo-c.-.p
tiott of Clocks repaired aad warrsnteA _m4 tf
* low rates. H. CRAY A Co. tiO Wall >L
Inciplea of ibe Government. I wish them carried <
pkAY's) j 'ipkoved SHEET bcbber OVF.P.
JL? SHOES?5,600 pair Ladies' ami Grew-men - for sal-. The
j urpe.-s of tut* truly elegant Over-shoe, mute from the Kul.lier.-u irn
| ported from South America, in ?beets, are ? xreedinjrly elastic, the
rsme shoe adjusting itselfto ??wry iridth of foot, softer ihm French i
kidandmadeeverlasuoftheaostapprcrredBroadwaj fashions. The j
bottoms or-ol-s of leathe-laid between th? rubber, are joined to
reth-r -o securely a- to be perfectly water pr.Kii". These Shoes hare
been tried thoroughly tr..- past ?ii.uer. and given general satisfaction. ,
i Every pair warranted not to decompose, or the "tppers to I lo-eu from '
? the sole.. The trade are invited to examiag the-c am! a reneial as?
sortment of India Rubber Shoes, not* in order for the f.li trade.
HORACE IL DAY, Successor to Roxburj LR. Co.,
Su3 2m 12f> Maiden-lane.
'PO THE iT?DIES?Thi subscribers have on band, lately
a. received, a few ca.es of I,adle.' Straw -Bonnets, together with a
Cnera! asjortmeul ofTu-cs and Rutland Bonnet-, Straw Trimming,
Tj-chii Braid. Band-Boxes, Artificial Flowers, p.|m Leal Hood Hal,,
it c, Ac,, all sold very low for c ask, iu lots to sun purchasers, to close
off h lot preparatory to the Full trade.
GALE A CO., Commission MerchanLs.
jyifi 9w 300 Pearl-stroet, under IT. S.HoteL j
ON i: PIHiI'K STOKE.-G< sisbins
good cheap Clothing, would do ?eil to call'at I.i.tj Chatham
street, u|i"ie they can fuel garments ni the following prices :
Linen J ickets, 69 cent* : I.men Iirilhrr Pants. *1 s5i Cloth Co?ts,
$9 to $19; Cloth Jacket*. $i to >.'.: Satinet Pants, tl?5io$375;
< loth Pants, $3 to $4 50. j>-7 Im] JACOB C tGSWELL.
j ?uk at TliiWU PTaid,strip)
a.* blue black and colored Silks, extra cheap: plain and figured ,
Mousseline de Laines; Printed Muslins, for Is 6d aud 2*; French.
English aud American Prints, it all price-, from ?d up to3s 6d;
Mu-lin Shirting and si.ting, from fid up to all prices. Also, Linens
in endless variety, together with au ? ntire assortment of all Goods
generally kept in respectable Dry G.!- stores. For sale >u the well
known cheap store No. ?.n? tJreeuw irli-street.
N. B.?Cluths, (.'a--iuiere?, Gutr.broous, Caiubli i-. Lama Cloths,
Ac, A c. _ iv 17 Im
/mkpktim; ciieaVe'r than kvubi-h.
V M- WILCOX, No. 47 Canal-st. South side near Broadway, has
just received from auction n large and choice selection of Ingrain Car
peting which, being bought for c??h. can he -old at prices to suit the
wishes of til" purchaser. Also a rreut variety of Rugs, Mats. Aiauo
and Table Covers, Floor Cloths, <?c. Ac. with various other articles
connected with the business, all of w inch ?ill lie sold as cheap (or
cheaper] than ran be porchasi d at any other Store iu the City.
J>1U llll
AREAT BARGAINS in l>rv t.'?od-hi Mol'PKK. MuitsK
? * A Co.-. New Establishment, 219 Greenwich-*t-, eor. ?f Barclay.
The sub-criber- have just reeeived large lots nf Goods, well selected
for city and country trade.
N. B.?Country Merchants nre. invited to call and examine our ex?
tensive assortment of r,<...d-.
j' - ii" _ HOPPER, MORSE A Co. 219 Greenwich-st.
on baud a well selected assortment of Cloths, Cassimeres and
V?.tings, suited to i tie season, winch he oilers to make up Sur ike i
public generally in the very best manner, at extremely low pr.a for \
Cush on delivery. a*l ly
ANI) Clothier, No. 99 Bowery, three doors above Hr-icr-slroct,
New-York, Constantly on lend, a handsome assortment of
Cloths, Cassimeres, and Vesting*, which will be made in 'he best -tylc
:il the shortest notice, and on the most re.nable terms. jelj t'f .
ii att Eft*' Pl.t'.mi-t;.I ssortai nt constantly
On bund, lit extremely foM ]ir<m far CASH. II it Manufacturers j
are particularly invited to call i>-d eximine it, st ISO Pearl
street, up stairs. SI I.AS DAVENPORT.
jy 30 Im- _ Acenc
NPKIM; s AMItO.V.- Itit?w.N A l'o..<.|um"
y tutd one pries Hal Store. 17- Chatham squam,comeri i
Mote-.t. Tne latest fashion Rata tor tlie low fixed price of gS !
surpassing in bean ty and style of finish any ever sold befon \
for ibe sawi price. In presenting these Hat? to the public, ihr
proprietors think they have reached the ultimatum of beauty, dura*
bility, cheapness and comfort te the wearer. Alt sales or- for cash
wlncii precludes the ncc. ssity of charging u good customer lor losso.
incurred by the bsd. ni2:i-3m*
Ai? sPKBNG"F~isn??v?rhTTp Cash N .7 t-J
SffChatham-si, (opposite Rosevelt-su) WILLIAM BROWN'S
Fashionable Hat and Cap Store. A large an? splendid assort
rn-nt of Cloth aud Velvet Caps, of every style niul deseriptioi
now in u-e; nl?o the ino?t extensive assortment of Summer lists cvei
exhibited in any Store, all of winch will bo .old st wholesale and re?
tail, ut the lowest prices. mi!'-3i'i*
*ss, CO N AWT' f*
^?tSv 280 (iruii.l- street, New-Vork.
_ nviO 3m*
1.71 Chatham-street, and I GO Bower v.
au3 if
rjs^ ItllfalalNBRV.?Mrs. HAMILTON, 435 Pearl-streat
I jp) (near Willium-.tn-t..- continues to make, clean and alter La
e\S? dies' Hats in the inust fashion JjIc style ; also, Ladies'Caps eio
SHiilly made am! Irinueed. ml.r>-3ma
OLD BOSS RICHARDS (as usus.li Im. goneall lengths (cash
in band) und has procured all the different kinds, choicest,
must elegant tip top fashionable und durable Boeti and Shoe,
-o low tint he ean bid defiance to all competition. Please call at No. '
in au.I 940 Canal-sin et, or at 509 Green? ir's. corner of Spring street
niul 174 Chatham-square, and !>?? satisfied tiiai this is no puff. jS:lm*
.No. llJ BOVERT is decidedly the.t establish
tent iu New-Vork t.. ct bargains iu the Boot and Shoe line
you have only to call to be convinced. Ladies'. Gentlemen's
Misses, Boys' and Children*' Boots, 8h?e* sad Gaiter*, in all I
their varintv, of my own manufacture and werranted first rate, at'
p ice, to sun the tunes. Likewise a Urge assortment of good country
work, which will he sold very cheap,
jy?? W ILLIAM AGATE, 114 Bowery.
orkmenibip, constantly on band. Gentlemen wishing a aooil
r:n I.-, m ide on P..ri- L .st- b> the be t French workmen, w ill
be accommodatetl by calling on HENRY CENTLIORE,
931 Broadway.
N. R.?Pun- mads Boot- on hand nn.l for s?le. au3 tin
[read, then caU at 171 ?'hainam square, directly opposite the
rrsdesmaa'* Bank, where stands old Bos* RICHARD'S Boot
and Sh.m- Mu-eum. tJre.it, cmsI and wonderful?and of the
grandest modern Curiosities "i the day. All who wish to see a hun?
dred thousand pair of fashionable and durable Boots and Sln.es ex?
hibited mi one view for sab-?aU who wish to -re the largest boot ever
exhibited iu the known world rAadi of let ttirr?M who wiah to en
eouraee N. w-Vork. London, Pari? and Philadelphia fushiou??all who
wi-b to encourage the honest mechanic?all who are opposed to
States-pri on Monopoly and who wc.,r Boots and Shoes, rieh or poor,
are in\ ited t<. call where the i imble sixpence pas-e.. for the slow shil?
ling, sud the larc'st h??ul in the world -laud, at the tb.or, st
}}M Im* BUSS UlCIIARIiS. 171 C!mthaiu-t.|r.
DI'Nbar's Cheap Shoe and Gaiter Bool Sti re, =3j
Bo very, between Walker and lie-ter streets, where may
Im- bsd ladies', misses' and children's Shoes and Gniter Hoots in
great varieties. Ladies' Gutters, fron, jl 7,*> to jit! ?->. jy:il Iu
IANE'S FBENCli SHOES.?Having perused an ad
_* vortisemenl in th^ New-York Tribune, of June It, nor the ng.
usiiire of J. B. Miller, aad finding therein our names used for the pur?
pose ofteUing sh.if a far inferior quality to tho-e ?b.ch ?? sup?
plied the ladies of New-York with, we take this mctb.sl to inform
them thrit oar name, are u?u.i without our perini?io,!. -i!e:y to palm
ort" tbeir .ho.-- upon the patron- of the old stand, Lane'., 1 Murray
street ; and there is alson cr, -. misstatement made iu th' putf allu?
ded to. that Mr. Allen conducted our basinets for year- ; years, of a
truth, but three was Ii. iu oar employm. .it, and then tnerelv to b!..ck
out the uppers, and io attend the journeymen, f. r It i- u well-knawa
fact that saving during the illne-s of Mr. Lane, he never trimmed a
lady's shoe nor cut u pa:.- of ladies' gaiter boots, for a suffi. irnt res
sou, that he wa. uot competent to do it. or at l.'nst we did not so con?
sider hnn. Ladies w ill find a -upe'ly of the art'de they were fonuetly
-upub-d with, at lh? old -tsnd. No. I Marrav-street,
ji S? 2w? Till i.M AJi I. \NF 4 SUV.
i 'Oi.l'.UBIA.\ CRKAMe?Refiaed on an -
A ' principle?This inestiuialde compound is the most valuable pr
rsaration yet discovered to afford esse and comfort in shaving. This
principle of its mauufucturc cr.braces s complete neutralization of
Alkali, the active presence ol'which i? found iu every other sosp.?
The stiseuce. therefore, of this deleterious ingredient is of ic-elf a high
recommendation. Added t? lins. it is corapo-ed of-Severa] d--l:*htful
emolients. producing u delicion- softuess of the -kin. effectually re
moving a I pimples m a few days, and answering as well with cold as
with warm water. Ii i. put up in convenient earthern boxe?, from
which it it used. A liberal discount made to wholesale purcna.-ers?
Prepared and sold by WM. VAN LMBt RGH. Agent,
No.96 Falton-street, New-York.
Sold bv Lawr-nce. Keese A Co., Moudlev, Phelps ii Co, P. Bawne
Si Co. llavd.ick. Coibes Sc Tburston. J. A W. Prufold -t Co., II II.
Schiefflm A Co.. KushtonA AspinwaU, Johu Meakiu. 509 Broadway.
Marshall C. Slocum, aud di the principal Uruggisls and Apotbecsrie*
in the citv. j>'l" Im
DOCK AND III II.OI.M; ??TONE.?Tue S. -r : ...
will dehver on bo.rd of vessels at the Prison Dock, Dock Stone
for l? cents per ton. and Marble Building Stone for 3? 6d p?r ton.
Slates Prison, Mount Pleasant, June 9. l--li
p? VJ r-.ra D. L. S E VMOCB, Agent.
i 'hoi".lFRTA~fS'F?lvi^
^ In eicht ca^s out often this disease msy be arrested and ccrsd
by obuining a box of l?r. Jarae?' Nursery Pills, which has been found
by experirrce a Specific in the above complaints. Sold by A B. A
l>. Sands. Druggists, 7y aud 100 Fulton-iU and by Uavid Sands A Co.
,. East Broadway. au4!*a
>nl?I a*k nothing tuore."?Haisrtsc*.
I PUBLIC no CSE itll
nne. corner of I03J street. Inquire at liri Bowery. Rem
I {> let.
TV third story of the rear building No. i1 Ann-street Ii
one oftne !>??-?. Raoms in the city foraPnut:ui off.cc. or ami
light business, bei r lighted on three sides. Rent $150. Apply to
a99tf Ii. GREELEY, or J. WINCHESTER, 30 Ann-st-_
T.ie splendid Basement Rooms iu the Merchants' Exchnnge
corner of Wall end Hanover-streets. Apply to Mr. Pearson,
?Ticc of the Company, corner Hanover ami Exchange Place, or t<
a-.* tf J. WINCHESTER, Ana-street.
JaiX to t. kt?7.1 i'.r.. lOway, between V\ averley Place and ?tn
j ?? parlors < the St story, ha i. roi :.i on the '? I si irj .
.? itii two pautrie?, two !>???! roo n? on the attnc story, and kitcl,
.'i! with pantry ami v, tit. Rent >?"?"> to 1st of .May next. Possession
etven immediately? will lie let meetivr or separate. anS Iw*
For s?le or to let??a Iron Foundry i s r
business location. Apply to Mr. HALLOCK. wraer ofSnllivan
am) Spring-streets. jy-0 2w
SU? for SALE?Or exchange for productive City Propci
^fxZ.' v~-^ y ir'-1 ' ' , ; mres, situated in Huntington Township, L
1 . mi fr . N irtliport, from w lieh steamboat plies t ?
from New-York twice > week, Uoosl buildings, goad ?stur. sec. Ai.
For full particulars .: |cire of E. W. WOOD, -I Rirington-street
tt^fe I-"?:: SALE?A good Farm of 70 .err. with t large
s^yw d aeliing house, til for a respectable family, ami two ?mall do
PTI?all nearly uew. The locati ??? is bau Isome am! very healthy
am! h i. the lie.i facilities f"- communicatinn with tin- city four times
daily. I'riee loa and term- easy, apply to
hi Iw" DAMEREL A HOOPER. 156 Front-sL
f! r ! IlMr.? Mrs. BROWNE, with their daughter Mi-At
ccsts Browne.) beg h ave f announce to the Ladi.f Nea York
and it- vicinity that,after leveral years' absence, they have returned
to this city to resume their Professional Practice, and have talt-n a
bouse No. 700 Broads ay.
Ladies desirous of obtaining Tuition, either on the system of the
celebrated Logier, or by the common manner, may he attended at
thrir re-|.lenee. in at the Academy, 7iHI Broadway. References are
numerous, and of the.very highest respeliability. All Miss Augusts
Browne's Musical Compositions for sale?' The Americas Boquel' snd
' 1,'Henri Boquel' just published, and may also be had at Mr. Israel
Post's, ft Bowery, and Mr. U. F. II. Young's, Clinton Hall, corner ol
B' ukman and Na-sau -tr. eis, und at the Music Stores. ami tf
:. IC ra wan A co.*?,.
ceiving into their Yards Lackawana Cod tre-u from the Mines,
winch they offer lo their customers and the public at the followiur
reduced price-.:
Egg and Broken.$7 00 per tou delivered.
Stove and Furnace. 7 00 do do
Smell Nut.5 tHi do do
Yard- corner of Beach and West, King and Greenwich, and Mont
gomeryuud Monroe-streets, where orders will be received. Also a;
their Bank, corner of William and Pine-streets, where contract- wii
be made for cargoes delivered at Rondout. je--:im
gTs?? /,/ i PER TON?Peach Orchard Coal, broken supe
V / '* ' nor '|uii!ity,co:i..laii;ly discharsinB at the fo..t of Chnm
bers-street. '1 bis coal is -elected ?uh great care, and cannot be stir
pa?e.l by any in the market It will be delivered fr.if cartage io
any part of the city at the above low price. JAMES E. WOOD,
jy 12:1m' Union Coal i Iffice, cor. Chambers and Washington sts.
V-l" "W I PEACml KIU HARD M 1 I O.I1?v ?
?>t)..Jw do do Broke and Egg. Now discharging, and will be
for the season from the Old State Pr. Dock. Tin- coal is of the
first quality and will be delivered with care -.ml good order. Lehigb
aad Liverpool at low prii es from boats or the yard, corner of Hudson
and \-uo.--lrci Otders hiu-l be -eut soon to ..c ure the above low
price,. jv 1? Imj J. TF.RP.F.LI.
rTtHE undersigned woubl inform In-friends ami the public that hi
1 Is prepared tocever buildings with the above materials at shon
notice, sa I on favorable terms. Reference will be given losomeofthi
iirs.1 buildings hi tfaa country fbr workmaasbip, ie. Build iagaj
covered in any part of the country, flutter-, Cornices and Leaders uf
tho ubdve materials made und repaired, at tue
Old Stand, No.904 Pnnal-sireeL
Summer ovens, that '.ho subscriber will warrant to Rake or no sale
Tin Ware always on hand. .\l?o, the Atbanor Cooking Stove, the
only place they eau be had iu the eily. W. II. SWEET, mihi
r? l led and platers' BRASH.
AFIRsT RATE artii le of Boiled and Platers Bra-, eaa always ?>
found at JAMES ?:. MOFFKT, ISI Prince street. nearWooster,
i*. the lowest market prices. Likewise a very superior article ci
Hoope.'- Brass. *99 it
ROLLED l.KK.MAiN ;?! l.VF.K.
JAMES G. MOFFETT, 121 Prince-street, nearWoesier,would par
ucularly call the attention of Hardware De ib-r> snd Manufacturers
to his superior artie'e of German Silver, which he mTi rs for sale w hoic
sde and retail, of all thicknesses, and warrants it equal to any. either
Foreign or Domestic for color and softness. nSS-tf
Ul'31. LS.?The subscriber respe? Unity begs leave to inform hi
friends and t^e public that be has on hand, ami is constantly re
ceiving, largo invoicesof Quills, which he oilers for sale ut reduced
price-, wholesale atel retail. I OUtttry merchant.-, would do well In
call, before purchasing elsewhere, i*.
je39 tf A U K EACHINE'S, ?i'.r, Pearl-st
a Lawson's Patent Balance Pulley?The public are re-|.tfnlly in?
vited to call and examine tin- article, it having many viilHable pro?
perties beyond any thins for the -..an- purpose vet offered.
M. W. KING, Patent Chair Maker,
?vZ'l -l""! Broadway, Agent for this improvement.
pi OLD and Silver Refiner, Assayer and Smelter, No. 13 John-street
'jt ?Assaying ami Melting dene at tbe shortest notice, old Hole
and Siher and Bookbiuders Rags bought and un-liec ; Gilders -kew
tags, washings, and old shroff bought. je9-3m
4 stral. MANTEL ?ND HALL LAMPS,Girandoles,Caudel
l\. abras, Japanned Tcs-Trays, Bread-Baskets, in setts or separate
tine Table Cutlery, and Ebonv ur Alabaster Clocks; fur ?ale b)
BEACH A SEXTuN, IN Chattsm-st.
N. it. Lamps mhi-ouzcd ami repa.rod,e?|ual lo new. Extra Lamp
Sbadsa, Ac on band. je-sj-if
iu beTen wi c n pottkry',
vi?l Eijtt>(?entls>sitres>t,
BBTarEKM Tlir. nivtii ami TENTH AVENUES.
riAllE suk-crilier respectfully informs the Public thai he eontinnes
I to manufacti re the following arie ies, which he offers for ?ale or
reasonable terms, viz:
Stece War?. Earthen Ware. Portable Furn-.ce*. Chimney Pot?
Stove Tube... Oven Tile, Green-House dn., Fire Brick, Hrue^ist am
Chemical Ware. Jtc. Ae.
Stove Linings made to any pattern ami ul -eon notice.
c?l? k STORE.
Wood, Marble, etc Paiut>,OiU, Glass, Brushes, etc. at whole?
sale nu.I retail, s. ^HoONMAKER, No.7 Chatham Square,corum
of East Broadway, New-York. jel-3m
1> Itoyd's celebrated Bleaching Powder, just received and for-ale bv
jv-J * PER3SE A BROOKS, <"?! Liberty-sL
li'STI HI O lASatEss.?Tne subscriber i- selting at No. e
II John-street s goad assortment of the above named article, on
reasonable terms. iv?slm] JOHNGRAYDON.
t Jl'3'1 N W . E 1b >a OWS heei - eonsiantly ou hand all kiud.
..: tilt \S> .v GEtLM t\ SILVER ITastinrs- ie?3m
)i,lM tt'.s' BANK, Axriu?ur?l Raak Note- ?
Petti nea, a uxu I u unproved rates by
jv 'ii'< tf vanvle'tK BROTHERS.ao WalLstrant.
i! A K I) WARE
Wi H H) W \RF,.
W. A J. JAMISON, 353 A- J??j Gresen-erich-at.
Ki^> HEN FURNITURE in all its vnnurs, consisting: of Hard
i ar--. Wood-ware, Tin-ware a.n Willow-ware, kept comiantly
on hattd, of the best qualities, at very low price, to so it tbe times.
TI:o-.j who would wish to purchase articles of tee above k ad will rind
it t.s t.icr adi mtage bj i iliing bet?re purchasing ei-.-where.
N *,. A Urge assortment of r'rem a TraveUing Boxes and Rasketr.
aut.lui_W. A J. JAMISON.'
i^ i'1'.K SPRING contains much more Iodine end Carbonate.of
Hagn -ia than sny oihcr fountain, consequently is the mo-t powerful
shertiive and aperient. It i> highly charged wan Carbonic Gas?
which renders ii a pungent and ilel ssttul drink.
A. A KELLOGG, Owner. Saratoga Spa.
Sold at wholesale and reuil in New-York by A B. A D. Sands,
druggists ,.W aad 10" Fnlton-stt nt r.-ta:l hy David Sand, it I'o. 77
East Broadway; J. R Cbilton,S<53 Broadway; Hilbaa, 133 Broadway;
Sb-cum. corner of Broadway atd <'r.amb?r-.su pomllarl and D^l
luc, 5ei Braaiiway, 9 Park R.-.* Ruahlon jc AspinwaB, ;'i WDliam-st:
Or M Im.r. 193 Broadway; Hart.-Ii; Broadway; Rinc.?ll Broadway;
fi .da. 64S Broadway; Coggesbnll, 4-Jl Pearl .t'i Billinge A Rosenmil
ler, 311 Rl^ecker -:: Hill, 908Grecnwich-st; Jeiinin?? A ?en.uet, 16e
Greenwicb-st; Bruger, ^1 Co.-tiandt-st, Rotion. 198East Broadway,
sul Im
riao Till: 4 ITIZE.Yi OF NEWARK.?The 3o
A scriber. orieinal inv'ntor of the much celfbrsted Incorruptible
Mineral Teeth, respectfully infarm- thePubiic and his num?ron- pa?
tron- that, having been repeatedly solicited io thi-city notwithstand?
ing th? many calls upon i.im m New-York, he h%- arrsn7?l it -o that
he can stt?nd to thi-ir eill- two or thr-e time a week. Tho?e whomay
w ish hi- service., by learil e their address at 110 Broad-.treet for the
sresent. uctil a more suitable and (lermauent residence can be obtain?
ed, will be alien Jed to. The great patronage he has had diirina? a pro
fes-ional pm^tice of twenty-five year- he hopes will be a -utSciect
guaranty. Trrm? moderate.
Pupils taught m Mechaircal and Dental Surcerva* usual at N".-i3t
Broadway, au4 iwu, HENRY VTLLERS, M, DnDentalSurgeta.
OFFICE N O. 3 0 A N N - S T.
VOL. I. SO. J00.
?s rt^-? *> >?W-Y(mK. II B ANY IND TBOT
" 1 l-aa*? For A inj ?' v:r"'t
The ILRANY. ....Tbnrsday Moraine ?t 7 o'clock.
The TROY.Friday M.Tuinir al 7 u cU*-k
The. ALBANY.Saturday Morning it 7 o'clock.
From ihr fool of t'orllnmlf?lrrst.
JTV- >U ALLOW.Friday Alteruooa. *i o'clock.
I'HOt'l.i: ?. I.I.M-: ()(. MTKA.1tBOATS
f* g*** ^ FOR ALB AXT.. PASSAGE $1
SmmB.??^A1 ?'"*' *?>'? commodious steamboat NORTH
AMERIl \. Cape M. II 1 ruesdi . I? ives til
boat Pi.\- between CoitUn.it and Liberty ?treet.
THIS AFTERNOON, August 5, at S o dock.
For trejgkt or passage applv <>n bonrU or to
P. C. SCHULTZ, at the oOlce on the wharf.
The new and commodious steamboat SOUTH AMERICA, I'm.t
Brainard. leavei the pier between Court!andt md Liberty-street
? street- every Monday, Wednesday as.l Friday, at 7 o'eteek
The ROCHESTER, Capr.AP.St John.'leaves ti,? a'o,,v<. pier
I every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 7 o'clock.
For passage or freight, apply to
P. C. SCHULTZ, at the office, or on board.
?T " ,?* WESTERN
***>*x=x=****>- com* ANY.
r 1111K. above Company are prepared t?. receive and forward
Erie Canai, Lake* Huron and Michigan, and on the Ohio and Wa
! ba*li and Frie C.in.v!?. on tile most favorable lens)*. Families emi
grating v,e.t. and Men suit. wiU find it to their advantage to call si
I their Office. 108 Broad street. A Steamboat will start .iailv at S P. M.
j from the foot ?fCortlandt street, and three dual Boat* ofa superil r
I class will be started doily from Ilbaay. F?r Freight or Passage ap
I ply to NOAH COOK A CO. 108 Broad street, N. Y.
O. M. TOMLINSON ,v CO. Albany, X. V.
J IMK3 CIlAPPELL & CO. Ko. beeler, N. Y
E. S. BEACH, da
A. R- COBB a. CO. Buffalo, N. Y.
- Proprietors.
COBB. OATMAN & CO. Cleveland. Ohio.
DAVIS a SMITH: Portsmouth, Ohio.
DORR, WEBB a CO. Detroit, Michigan.
alO-tf BRISTOL* PORTER. Chicago, Illinois,
' FOB ?IIREWlBt'BI ?S?.?/.M?ti AKRA.VUE UK.vr
a*, r-as? ?j. Tbo steamboat OSIRIS, Capt, J. U. Allaire, will
?g_ run c- follow .? leave Fultou Market slip, East River,
? i sumi iiin i 11 eJ ,rv j|onjay morning, it ii o'clock; Tuesdny,
I W ulnesdsy, Thursday, Friday, and Sunday, at 8 o'clock, A. M? and
! Saturday, si 13 o'clock, soon.
Returning, leave Red Bank at bslf-past 1 o'clock, every day, (ex
| cept Monday) at 10 o'clock, A. M . and Saturday, st I P. M.
The boat will run r.- above until further notice, ntivigatiou nnf
t weather permitting. N. B.?All freight andbuggage at the n?k ottbn
) owners thereof. j\!':im
T. POWE 1.1, ?- CO>S. LINE.
?=namsT*aasr-*?V.The .,.???.,. HIGHLANDER, Capuin Robert
I Ward rap, will leave the foot of Warren-street, Now*Y?rk, avert
>l.lay, Thursday, and Saturday afternoon, at 4 o'clock.
Rellin iog, the UK-Ill ANDER ws.ill leave New burgh every Mon?
day niorniug it 5 o'clock, and Tui winy and Friday afternoon at S
For freight or | assage, apply to the Captain on board.
N. B.?All baggage, and freight of every deseripllon, and bills, or
specie, put an board thia boat, must be at the risk of the owners
thereof, unless -i bill of biding or reeeipi i. iigiie.1 for the sitme. jyv'.l
,7x, FARF. REDUCED!?19j c.? to and from liar
^'i^-'.u>-,?? leui. The proniietm rmi/riurs* Ho- earliest opportn
X..' B ;,' *i*"" nnv of informing his friends und the public in geu
eral ihm bo i- prepared to run his new und splendid line of Stamen
from the North American Hotel, Bowery to Do WittC. Kel inuer'a
Harlem River Mansion House, regularly every half hour in the day,
touching at other intermediate place, aloog the route, and making
their p uwage through in sbnut an hour.
Neat and sp,n-i?us apartments are fitted -ip on each cud of th.s
i route for the comfort und convenience of psssougers. This new and
! well regulated hue running nearly double 'he number of trip, daily
j 'init the Cars do ou Hie track, gives It ? decided advantage otertUeiu,
j ?stopping much longer anch trip at Kel! ager'a and gii mg passen,
ears sufficient time to partake or every Wan of rsfreshment which
..re al *ay- ker>t on band ..ml kerved up in the be-i possible manner,
on terms suitable to the times.
Roweryacd White Hall Stages run a> usual every five minutes
.lurum th- !?'.. i> I '-ill J. Ml'KI'IIV, Proprietor.
For KOCKAW VY tnd NEW.YORK?The Citi*
?v'V. \'j jr"?iC?;;.',)?' new line of Sti.L-s, between .New-Yoik and
Rot kawav Pavilion, on and sfter Thursday, July I, 1841.
During the summer season the Citizen's Line of Post Coaches will
leave New-York every day (Sundays excepted) at t o'clock P.M.;
-lopping nt the Broadway House at a <|uurter past .1 o'clock ; Carlton
llouso, Washington Hall, American, A<tor, City Hotel, Howard's
Franklin. Yolk Hon e, (ih.be Hotel, and South Ferry at about t
o'clock, nuil arrive- at Roekaway at ?! P. M. Leaves the Pavilion at
Roekawny every morning at c o'clock, and arrive al hew-York at lu
A. M.
Families called for nt any purl of the city.
Passenger* can take their seals at New-York, and not be obliged
to pet out until they arrive al Ibeir journey's end. Orders left at 'Jt
Bowery sod No. 5 Cortland-sl. York House. Tin. Line ha*u regular
relay of horses, and splendid Tost Coaches. Fare gl.
j)'ii Im. M. !.. RAY, General Agent.
HARNDEN .v CO*S. Ameri?
can oi.i Foreign Eypreae, Foreign
Letter, and Goueral Forwarding
.Olli.e ? Packoges of all kinds,
sample goods, ?|.ecie. sod bank notes, will bereei ived and f..rwir.l-J
by Express, to and from the following place.
From Boston to Liverpool, London, Manchester, Birmingham,and
Ler.ls. ling.; Dublin and fork, Ireland; Glasgow and Greanock,
Scotland; Par:, ami Havre, France; mid from Boston to Providence,
New-York Philadelphia, and from Troy and Albany, having recently
made arrangement* with the People'* Line to thsi effect.
HARNDEN A CO. will atteud to collecting or paying Draft-,
Notes, Bill*, or acceptances, tnd the purchasing of goods of every de
-i riptioa, or transient business of any kiud, which they undertake
L'lterBags will be kept it their P.o-ion. New-York, Philadelphia
and Albany nilic-, for Cunard'a Royal Mail Liue of steamships ; al...,
for tb- iteamer Great Western, and the .ailing packet* from New
TAKE NOTICE?Packages sent to either office, for England, or
any other place, must not, in any ease, contain letters,
N. Be?All goods niu-i be marked HARNDEN a CO, who ans
alone re*pon?ible for the loss or injury of any article* or property
committed to th.-tr care ; nor i- any ri.k assumed by. nor can any lx?
attached to the B. a P. and S. Railroad, ?r the N. J. Steam Naviga
tien Co^ on whose roads, or in whose steamers, 'heir rraie? are or
may be transported, in respect to them or ih. ir contents at any time.
Refbrrmccs?Me*srs.,Fletcber, Alexander tt Co., Liverpoid and
London; Welles A Co., Hioker-. Pan.. France; Tin... B. Curti?,
Esq, Boston; Goodhuo A Co.,New-York; Carey A Hart, Phiuulel
phis . ami The*. W. oieott, r:..|. Albany.
Oppicbs?No. S38 River-street, Troy; 19 Exchange,Albany; 42
South Third ?street, Philadelphia; 39 Church-street, Liverpool, -t
Court-street, Boston; l'neu Buildings, Providence.
WJI. Wl man, Agent,No.3 Wall-streei, Na? York.
jvtbtf 11A It VI IK N A CO
1\ NY.?Canal Knd Lake Transportation?Merchandize, Passen
gern. Ate forwarded vriih care and dlspstch. For freight or passage
apply to
H. NIL ES A Co.. 59 Quav-st., Albany. )
II. WRIGHT a: Co.. Rochester. ' Proprietors.
J. P. WOLF ? P. J. KNAUF, OS Wash; si. NY S
And W....P. GRANDIN, 104 Broad-tt. N. Y. )
P. L. PARSONS A Co.. r.uff .io. f Agents.
H. U ELLS. B Court Boston, | jyl 4m
SEYMOUR WHITING would respectTully kfonn bu friends and
tr.e public lliat be still continues at his old Staad, No. 63 F.u?t
Broadway; tad,having as-o. :atrd himself in partnership with Dr.
LINUS PRA IT, thev ar? ready to attend to all who need thnr pro?
fessional sf.rv.ee.. The public may be assured that all operations in
their rirofs.sion will be [icrformed on the most approve.! plan. Arti?
ficial Testa, from one to a full set, it*erts.l in the most .cieiitiric man?
ner, and 00 is favorable t.-rms a- at anv other office. Whole sei? m
-erted on the old Itmosoberic, or the new approved patent atmospheric
plan. Which obtained the premium at the Fair ol the American Insti?
tute last war. and ss well as can be doue in this city. Te?tn plugged
with cold, tin foil, or cement. SS circumstances rnsy require.
Nerve, of Teeth destroyed without pain, and m most cases the
Tooth effectually preserved by filling.
An infallible cure for the Toothache.
N B Messrs WHITING Sl Pit ATT will instruct one or two young
men'in'the art of De^tisU^^^"??
Hi, Honor Chancellor Walworth.|Prof. Wa Tally M D.
M. L. North, M. D..Sanu spring-- Re*. Nathan el Pratt. Georg la.
IV?. W. Minor. M. D. } N. rorib?^ C' . .*'.'
fared Liatley, M. D. f jRev. Henry G. Lndlow.
Prof. Beu'. SiUissaa, M. D. LL. D., \\ m. N. Blakemsn, M. D.
Prof Jonathan Knight. M. I). Ijoha Miiler, M. D.
Prof! CKarle? H. Bheperd. M. D IStephen Rrown. M D. ieS.3s?
ED' BAt *t MONEY on all the Bsnks t?Aen at 'c
Dry Oooda, ?tioie.ale. and retail, at4+1 PesW-sl. jyl? lua'

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