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New-York JLegUlatttre.
Wbsneidat, January 19.
In the Senate, Mr. Paige made his Speoch on
Finance and against farther Internal Improvement,
ihe question being on the anti-Repudiation resol u
tions. Mr. DeNNISTOS followed on the same side.
After be had spoken a short time, the Senat?, on
?motion of Mr. Foster, wont into Executive Ses?
In the Assembly, after several petitions fur aid
to the Erie Railroad, &c. &c. had been presented,
one for relief to the Tbompsonian Physicians was
offered by Mr. Seymour, who aske 1 a Select Com- j
xnitteeupon it. Messrs. Taylor, Powell, Hoff, j
mas, opposed this. Mr. H. spoke very contempt
uously of the Thomsonians. Messr*- Humphrey j
and Seymour replied, and the Select Committee j
?was ordered : Ayes 81 ; Noes 27.
An attempt was made to restrict the printing of;
the Report and Evidence of the Committee ap
pointed by the last Legisleture te investigate the j
management of]the New-York aod Erie Railroad.
Mr. Ta.mbi.in urged that much of that evidence
?was wholly worthless. Mr. Grout objected to
any curtailment, and the motion to reconsider was
lost: 3b to 37.
Mr. 0'SCLtlVA.n reported a bill " to extend and
improve tho benefits of Common School Educa?
tion in the City ok New York."
Also, a bill to authorize the formation of volun
tary associations for charitable purposes.
The Governor's Message was then taken up,
and Mr. Smith, of Genwsee, spoke briefly in sup?
port of its positions. Mr. Hoffman replied, dis?
claiming that he spoke for his party.
Mr. Starr spoke on the other side. Adjourned
Hint* to Mothers, for tho Management of Health, <fcc
By Thomas Bull. M. D. Lecturer on Midwifery and
the Diseases of Women and Children. First Ameri?
can from the Third London Edition, with Additions
l>y an American Physician : to which is added, the
Ladies' Perpetual Calendar. New York. Wiley &
This is a brief and plain treatise, by one of tha
most eminent practitioners in London. It forms
a neat volume of 208 pages.
Southern Literary Messenger : January, 1843. Vol.
. VIII. No I. T. W. Weite, Editor and Proprietor,
Richmond, Va.
The Messenger has won its way steadily to the
zenith ; it in now the oldest, strongest and incom?
parably best Literary periodical published Ss-uth
of Mason & Dixon's. The ' North American Re?
view ' and the ' Knickerbocker,' if we mistake not,
are new its only cis-Atlantic seniors in the higher
?walks of Original Literature. Sevon years since
we hailed its commencement with ardent bope*. for
we felt that it evinced the merit which deserved
honor: but with stronger fears, for \vc knew that
Merit was not always the key to temporal success.
We rejoice to know that our hopes have been reali?
zed, our fears have proved mistaken ; and our ear?
ly and constant favorite, after a seven yeais' rug?
ged probation, has attained a popularity and pa?
tronage which place it beyond the reach of ordina?
ry contingency.
" Hugh Henry 1'rackcriridge " is the subject of
the opening papor in this number?a biography of
the remarkable man who was a writer, a preacher
and an orator in tbe War of the Revolution, and a
most efficient Whig through all. He afterward
stwdied the law, settled at Pittsburgh, labored
strongly for the adoption of the Federal Constitu?
tion ; and in 1794 became entangled in tho Whis?
ky Rebellion, of which Western Pennsylvania was
the theatre. Iu endeavoring to moderate and con?
trol the popular efiervescence, he became involved
in the movement, was made a leader, and, though
his object appears to have been good, became near
being uttuinted as a traitor on the re-establishment
of order. The narrative affords u wholesome lesson
to those who stoop to disingenuousness anddouble
dealiag even for worthy ends. Mr. B. failed of
the electiou to Congress, which appears to have
been the goal of his ambition ; but, taking a strung
part in the pulitical revolution of 18?0, he was soon
after appuinted a Judge of the Supreme Court of
Pennsylvania, which station he held until his death
in 1816.
" The Late Bishop Moore " is the theme of a
furvid and interesting biography. The eminent
Christian shepherd has gone down to his grave
laden with blessings and honors.
" Female Influence," a tale in seven chapters,
conveys a striking naonition against female levity
in youth?as the foundation of uncounted wues in
riper years.
" Keats, by H. T. Tuckerman," is u delicate and
discriminating analysis of the genius and writings oi
the rarely gifted youth who was whirled to an early
grave by the rude blasts of a harsh and rugged
world. We shall publish this essay if the intense
pressure on our columns shall bo seasonably abated.
" The History of the Knights of Malta," Part II.
by W. W. Andrews, Am. Consul at Malta, suc?
cinctly narrates the overthrow of Catholic and
Monastic institutions in England, and the expe?
dition of Charles V. of Spain against Horrucius
Barbarossa, the pirate chief of Algiers, down to
the taking of the Gole.tta. The history is to be
A brief paper on ' Arabian Literature ' is suc?
ceeded by one on the * University of Virginia,' in
which the defects of Mr. Jefferson's theory of Edu?
cation are frankly admitted. The Faculty has
been driven by experience to abandon it in great
measure, especially its rejection of all constraints
and its banishment of all Religion. Divine wor?
ship has been introduced, and the building of u
chapel is in cenienaplation.
"Our Navy: Judge Abel P. Upshur and his
Report." is an able paper in favor of Naval Re?
form, which we much love, and Naval expansion,
at which we hesitate. U recommends the crea?
tion of the grades of Admiral and Lieut. Com.
naandant in our Navy, and an improvemeMt of the
condition of the Sailors. We second z/it* motion,
most heaitily.
" Scenes in the West," " Eloquence in New-Eng?
land," " The White Fawn of Western Virginia,"
'? Three Sabbath Mornings,'* " The Congressional
Burying-Ground," and *' Romance Reading and
Writ'ug," are among the remaining prose articles
?all zood?of which we have no time t?? speak
paxticularlv. Among the Poems are " The Mai?
den," by Longfellow, " The Sinless Child," by
Mrs. Seba Smith," and " My Muse," by Mrs. L.
J. Peirson; all excellent, but the first of rare
power and beauty. We have marked it fur early
As a whole, we have never read a better num?
ber of the Messenger, and hardly of any Magazine
but Blackwood; and it is no marvel that so able a
work is cherished, eves in the usuallv ?tetiie
South. Its only fault, its besetting tin. is a want
of punctuality in its issue; were this amended, its
increase in public favor would become mure rapid
than it has hitherto been.
VIRGINIA COAt-For smith*' eoasW,
V on band and for nie ? '^BROWNE.
j21 ?orncrof Laight and Washingu^s^
TiKAUH OgCJMAKl? CQAJL,-A1I the various
P .mS" market prices, for wie by
J. sizes, at the lo?et. w?"K ' . ?nmWtfF
corner of Laigbt and Wafbiio
j?l . _
?;V?KPOOL 0RK?L C? iL, of superior
nualitv for family u*e, for sale at the lowest market
I priceq by ' WARD & BROWNE,
j-2] corner of Laigbt and Washing!'
Y~Jzniii& NUT CO?T.?Asmalliot of L-hizh
i_j Nut CoaJ, handsomely ecroeued, and for sale low, by
?21 Corner of Laight and Washington street-.
R'ijAIYK BOOKS?The subscriber- have on hand
?J end are prepared to manufacture to order. Medium.
Demy and Cap Blitnt Book?, of beautiful patterns and
finish. The materials and workmanship are warranted to
b2 equal to aw manufacture in this country. Order? exe- j
cuted at ?kurt notice anJ on liberal terms.
CLEMENT & PACKARD. Stationers. &c ,
j21 _18 > Pearl st.
G~HK?T Mit: DUCTI?N.-lu consequence of
the great succes? of Merry's Museum, the publishers
have reduced the price from $1 50 to $1 per annum, in ad?
vance. The full aunibsr of Engravings, aad the mris
number of paces a? heretofore will be given. Four laree
and splendid Engraving*, printed in two colors, of which
the Iguanadon in the January number i- an example, will
be giren during the year.
Considering the illustrations and embellishments, the
great amount af matter, the style of the work and the ex
p>nse of eetting it up, the publishers believe that Robsrt
Merry's Museum is the cheapest;publication ever issued
i;: any country. The Museum has been published one
j ear. and the list of subscriber!! plncei, it on a -ure b i-i-.
The publishers are determined to make the Magazine as
good as talent, care, attention and liberal expense can
make it: and they respectfully a-k all Mr. Robert Merry's
black-eyed and blue-eyed friends to give him their kind
support and cncouragemeut.
All communications to be post paid and addressed to
BRADBURY SO DEN Sz CO., 127 Nassau-street,
j 13 6t?od New-York.
1"~ADIES DREH?, Habit". andTeli-' CnttiKL'and
U Fitting taught in four lesson.-, with infallible accu?
racy, by means of the Mathematical Theorem. To those
already eD^aged, or about to enstarc :n the business of
dress-making.it will be of the greatest importance, as it
lias proved to be the most exact, 9imble an ! speedy
method of fitting, and dispensing with the disagreeable
necessity of trying on. Terms ?4, including ? set of the
newest patterns, and privileges to the learner's advantage.
Apply to MRS. O'KEEFPE. 2 Astor Place, near Broad?
way. j2l -It"
FOR .SALE ?The old established Drug St' re. corner
Cuthanne and Madison-streets, comprising Stock, Fix?
tures, Ac, Jfcc, one of tho best Soda Fountains in the
city, and two years nurxpircd lear-e. This is one of the
principal thoroughfares in the city. Apply at G4 Madiscn
street, corner Catharine, j-l '?>.'
SALE OR LEASE for one or more years, thst desir?
able Hotel, now occupied by Andrew Hume, situated on
Third A venue. The premises consists ef a large double
House, two stories and attic: email bouse in the rear,
Ice House, and also extensive stables and shed-, contain?
ing in all about eight lots of ground : well cab: tinted for
country and city custom, being on the 'principal avenue
and about seven miles from the City Hall. Apply to Wil
lium V. Brady, 51 William street. j2l tf
Tables are decidedly superior to all other Exteusion Di
uing Tables that have ever been made, iird are therefore,
recommended to public attention. The difficulty at lend -
i! g those ef former construction in opening and shutting
is well known, and has done much to limit iheir use ; but
all these difficulties have br?n remedied in the Patent Ta?
ble*, a? the slides lieri-in Usoil have metallic connections
of a particular construction, and arc not liable to run
heavy on uccoaiu of the alternate ?Welling und shrinking
of tha wood, in damp or dry weather.-These Table
always run easy, whether they be placed in the hoi tost
parlor, where the wood frequently warps, or in a dump
pluc?.-, and ire therefore to be recommended also for the
uso of Ktoaml>05ts ; they are besides a more splendid and
more durable article than any before manufactured?arc
made in all desirable forms and patterns, and of any
length required.
The public is respectfully invited to cali at the Ware
room of the subscriber, No. 140 Grund, comer of Klui
strect, in the new large building of the New-York Public
School Society, where the article may be examined.
j 1-1 Imnod*_C. F. HOBE. Patents.
'JL'O LKT?The.three atory house No. cU,; 3rd
Bffl avenue. Tho basement is level with the street'it;
it is replete with every convenience: marble mastles in
the two principal stories, und the pantries finished with
drawers, shelves, ?fec. To a good tenant it will be let low,
and privilege given for one or more years. Possession
given immediately. Apply to
jSO tf 212 Hudson st.
M~ WANTE D TO tM? Ktf IIA fi K ?A~ 2
story Brick House, modern built, on a full sized
lot, and in a genteel neighborhood, within five or
ten minutes walk of the Fulton Ferry, in the city of
Brooklyn. Any person having a property of tins descrip?
tion,'eligibly situated, which can be offered onessy lernis.
will please address " New World," 30 Ann-street, nini lug
particulars. jlS! tf 1
v TO Tibi?!SE~who desire the quiet and dc
liguu of n country life.?COUNTRY SEAT AND
FARM?For sal;-(or exchange for improved city
property) cheap, and on accommodating terms, a beauti?
ful place of about 71) acres, at Clintonville. Essex county,
N. J.?ii pleasant, healthy and improving section of coun?
try, 4 miles from Newark, same from Elizabethtowii, and
LI from New York, whichTmay be reached in from nw
Liour to an hour und u half. The mansion houserind hitch
en adjoining ure of two stories, containing 11 room-,
smoke room, uoblc cellurs and garrets, &"<:. Flower ami
kitchen gardens with ornamental fences. Also, barn,
cow house, carriage house, Ac. all in excellent order. A
brook, pond, wells, springs, &c. oil the place, which also
abouHds in fruit. The soil i* excellent for the raising 01
grass, as well as other produce.
Churches,schools, post office, (daily mails.) stores, Sic.
'.'This place is now ofTcred at a priceless thanthe
cost of tho buildings nad improvements, and would be di?
vided to suit purchasers. Possession immediately. If tiot
sold, will be to let.
ICT Al.-o. for sale or exchange, a place of 350 acre.-, on
which is a frame house, on the St. Joseph River, near llie
village of Bristol, Indiana. Inquire at No. 120 Nassau st
opposite Clinton Hull. jl.'i tf
~JBA KE R\ ,FOIt ?AI/E.?The lease
nnd pood will of n House, Bake House and Store
,for the sale of the articles manufactured, now do?
ing a pood cash business. Terms easy. Letters addressed
to X. Y. 'A., and left at the Tribune office will be punctu
ally atteuded to. Jill lw*
BARGAIN.?Eight valuable Lotsv?S by I2?
.for sale?4 fronting on Clinton und 4 on Washington
Avenues, Brooklyn ; section 56, next but one to the Bed
ford Road, commanding n perfect view of Brooklyn and
this City?one of the most desirable building spots on the
Island, will he sold at auction 1st February, unless pre?
viously sold at private sale. Address note to " 4D3 Park
1'o.t Office."_ d24 tf
ROO."tI8 TO LET?A room and bsd-ronn
.with closets, pantries, ifcc. suitublc for n smallf aiim_,
Also, ono turgo room, extraordinarily well lighted, suits
Me for a work-shop. Inquire on the premise* of
b22 tf_JOHN_LOCKE, in rear of III Aur. st.
TO LET--9 fine loits to let cheap in sto-ie LM!
Water-stroel Inquire of the ocC?pahL
d24 tf_
BARG A INS I KARG A IN.** .' ? Fo.
sals or exchange. 4(1 tracts of handsome Land, con
'taming 125 acres each, soil of u superior quality
j watered with tine streams, and covorcd with fine timber
such ac white oak, hickory, beach, walnut, maple and
' sycamore. The soil is adapted to wheat, rye< cornj oati
! cotton, tobacco, sweet mid Irish potatoes. Tke above
' lands will be sold at reduced prices, and on terms li
I .ait, or they will be exchanged for almost any kind o
I merchandize. For maps, diagrams and particulars; apply
I to SMITH \- WH1TMORE. John st. hp stairs, nl t;
TO ALL LABORING under the lariumzv ..r
common Sore Throat, ortiiiin/.y Sore Throat?You
! can obtain an article which will make u perfect cure in :i
! lew hour*. Sold onlv at S'i Itowert*. n)2 3mcml
i JL TEKS, .to.?The undersigned attends to the arrauge
j meut of ACCOUNTS of every description; and will under?
take the adjustment of such as have been neglected or
loosely kept. Having the advantage of umple expori
i ?mce, he respectfully ctlcr? his asai^tsnce to Mch bl Busi
. ucss, either in the st-tticmeiit of complicated art-urs of
partnerships. A'c. or in suggesting the inojt simple, cbn
j cue and approved forms for the management of their ac
; counts.
; THOMAS JONES. Accountant, L-3 Broadway.
References?Juo. Haggerty & Son>, l?9 Pearl strecL
A.Bininger <& Co. 141 Broadway.
W. H. Priest. Accountant,
With Aasten, Wilmerding ii Co.
H. Bchaper; with Prime, Ward i King.
S. H. Pierson, with A. Tappan Si Co.
H. S. Whittemoro,
j eodlm*_With Cutter. Rulkley. Merritt ,t Co
. OtPEKtOK -juilitv of Grocers' Pickles in uuv
I *?. quantity, for idle bv
; j'9 3ni_' JOHN BROACH. 21) Fulton st
j^UGAR IBOL-MK .-TlOI.ASslES^Pnnie quT
y ::"1?3^l,?i?^,: in hhds. tierces and bbl*,
for sale at OCKERSHAUSEN'S Sugar Refiuery. No. 1'
Rose St._ d23 lm'
MISSION WAREHOUSE. No. 31 Liberty-street.
Printing, Lithographic, and Colored Pupers in al! their
varieties, mado to orderof any quality from common New?,
to the finest Book paper made in the country, at the fair
market prices, from tha very superior miils of Mesrrs. A
C. and W. Curtis, Boston, and W. At. M. Cartis, Bellville
N. J.and from several other manufacturers, having the bee
of machinery. All orders ihaakfuUy received and prouip
ly executed" ?UT 8m EDWARD CURTIS," Agon
i> ?Dr. A. G. HULL, No. 4 Vetey st. Aster Hou?e. N
York.?Persoas fcfflicted *r? Ruptur-:- may r?ly upon the
beul instrumental airf the world affords, on application a*,
his office, 4 Visey rt. New York, or to either of his nurai r
?ui sg-au in the chief towns of the United States. Pa?
tients ?inst be careful to examine the back pad < f Dr.
Hull's Truiscs. to see if they sr" indorsed by Dr. Hal ? r.
writing; None oiher arc genuine or to be relied on a*
rood. "Dr. Hull piaraxtees cures to all otherwise healthy
patients who call at hi' rffice for treatment. If the c ire
be not radical and permenent. so z? to preclude the
necessity of wearing aay tru?s whatever, the money r. i
vanced is returned on the expiration ot the term rf - c.;.- d
for the cure, whatever progress the rupture rr.ay have
made toward eradication.
A competent surgeon of i* y ars ? iperience in the art
of Trusting Ruptures, i- in . ? nst int attendance at Dr.
Hull'- office.
Children under 1*2 years universally cui^d without fur?
ther expense than the co<t of the Truss; The radic .1 cure
has been under thejorogressive practical improvement (or
n.ore than *2?.' years pact in Dr. Hull's Truss Offie:*. an I is
now brought t? a state of unrivaled perfection.
Many treacnerou. agent- bave undertaken to ven :
lation; of Dr. Hall's celebrated Hiese and PivotTrusj I :
the easy and safe retention of Ruptur- -. Thi -?? imitations
cainot he relied on?they are made by inekilful stirzi o. -
and mechanic-, and are no better than the orCinar*' Tr
es of the market. The genuine have my fuli name in wri
ting. jl9Jm AMOS G. HULL <fc CO.
'4 *11 a: TRI ASES A N Is -1 i* P O KT eks
J of Dr. HULL'S invention continue to receive my
cided prefereuc- For twenty years p.-' I have
ed the Trusses of Dr. Hull with success. fbe Sapj
was invented in I3.il by the Doctor, with ry adyii ? *i d
approbation?and 1 sin happy :.. say that it is exseasiycly
adopted in Europe we!! :i- m this country.
New York. July 1,1341. 19 Im
?Au infallible remedy for coughs, colds, influenza,
and in fact for nearly every primary affection of
lungs. This celebrated compound is offered by the-pn
prietor with the fullest coon Jehcc of its '.itu acy an I :- -
fulness*. It is nude of the best materials, and contains
the extract of nearly every herb famous t< r medical vir-?
Utes, improved by a process kno**** only to the Pro;>r:
etor, and h,: warrants it free from even deleterious in?
gredient. He challenge-- comparison with any other
vegetable compound in thi- city. k;..>wiii? a- ,', ? do"- tii r
invalids wi'.|, after a fair an ) impartial trial, decide that
his candy is the much wanted. tMititvtn in Pr.rra.
For sale by the proprietor. No. 43fi 'Ir in :. corner of
Pit street. Price t?i cents?or .V; cents per lb. j'u 1;::
ijiHE PKKRD.\ advertising in Spring-street,
? fir.-t under anonymous initials, then as W. W,Tay?
lor, jiuei n-rain as W. W. T!ia\er. i? i- not now, nor _e-. er
has had any connection with t!;e cstabrisbniCut ;?' 373
Bowery; The late proprietor, F. A. T-hayer, bad hut me'
brother, named \Vm. W; Thayer?li has notb sen n: the
house ol his deceased brother for several y ear.-. About
four years ago he opened a -tore at :>'. Spring strei t,ai a
advertised Rogers'BaUam ofLivcrwort, and near two
ycurs stro came before the public in support i f r'urri:r &
(.'?., in imitating Dr. Taylor's Balsam of Liverwort? na 1
again comes forward claiming the proprietorship ol
medicine, when it was well k^own that at the lim
proprietor, the late F. A. Thuyer, first introduced this
celebrated medicine, W. W. Thayer was about fourti
years oi age.
Be careful where ynu buy.?Purchase only?min i this
Onlv?at the old otlice. 375 Bowery; between Fourth ami
Fifth-streets. Our -.?tents will please address for?
merly. ?130 lm
XJ E It WORT.?For several irs I suffer
a most distressing cough and severe pains in the side ami
chest, anil hod in vain med many ;? mcdii - for relief, butt
found none, until I procured the Balsam ft Livrrwor
from-II -sprint; street, which ator.ee cured me. Many
i f my friends bs.ve also used it from the .-amc place, >. itli
pre it bent lit.
Catharine Fowler, ICtTKir?p-sK nrarlla I nn.
CURED?I had been given up as incurable from C -
sumption by mj physicians, Dr. idcNcven and t;:'- Fire
King, auH iia the tas.t re.-otiree, advi-ed me to go to Eu?
rope. Previous to saiiin?, ( procured th G laitm of Liv?
erwort from 241 Spring strcot, without expecting nn) re
lief; but to my great joy, I at once br-g to r cover, i
in it very -hon lim? entirely recovered; As tho=c "
value life wish to be saveV from the jawjs of death, thi-y
will nut hesitate to use this medicine iuf7irQfcrer.ee to any
other W. Ferrale, 161 Tkirtcentb-st.
The quantify of this medicine now ' alb .! for in S|
street is quite incredible, and all who follow direction!
in it.- use, and do not find relief, receive back tie- com '?!
the medicine. Its good effects are so certain, wo have
hevar known it once to fail. Put np in large and small
size bottles. (125 lm"
PETJER8? COT7?SI S.<f ?. F..\^
Are now rapidly superseding all oilier prcparaiicns lor
tlu relief of Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Whooping Cough;
Catarrh, tightness of the Chest; Bronchitis, and similar
pulmonary affection*. It is now well established,.that a
large proportion of enses of Coii-*umption, by which so
many valuable lives are annually sacrificed, owe their
origin to neglected Colds and Coughs, which might easily
have been removed it an early period. No ineUlciuo will
be found so elDcntioiis in curing such case- these I.o
?/.ences They infallibly allay the cough; by removing
the irritation which keeps it up, w hile ai the same time
they promote expectoration, and reHove cougpstion.
Dose.? One Lozenge is usually a dose for un adult, which
may be repealed five or six tine .- a day, ifn quired; li.-H"
of one to a child eight year- old; a quarter i-> okc r;f
four* and so in prnporlinn. When administered !?
children, the most convenient way i1- to dissolve lliein in i
little warm water. The diet should be light, and the
bowels kept regular; as the Loz-jugcs have laxative
effect, other medicine i. seldom required ; In:: .. In :. i
livenes.? is present, a few cnthurtii Lozccgi - ????ill ! .: u -.
Ail. If the cough is harassing ai night; two should be
taken at bed-time. As a general rub-, they shou'd not be
taken before breakfast. I.-it if they are, half the us.ual
doso will be sufficient. If there i? pain in llie chest or
-nie, one of Peters' Plasters (price only 12^ cents) vltoiilil
In- applied over the part and worn till relieved,
Are acknowledged bj tie- faculty to be lh<j most scien?
tific ami successful preparation, for the destrut lion of
worms, ercr offered to the public. There are several
medicines adverlicod as specifics in such cases, but they
have proved so uuceriaiu ami worthless, a- to have lost
all confidence with ike public. Some of the in. indeed, are
so violent i1.: ilie.ir operaliou,as to frequently lead to fatal
results. The public, therefore, i- r.;;iitio :c,l :i^-,i.>-.t them.
These Lozenges, while they will be found t > b ? ;. r tly
sale, will at ib.:-nine time uftver fad, where worm are
present, to de-troy thcin.
Svmptoms of Worms.?The v are licadaclic. vertigo,
paleness of the lips w ith llushed cheeks, grinding the
ireth during sleep, disturbed dreams, sltep brok. u oil' by
fright and screamiiig, convulsions, feverishucss, thirst,
j bad taste in the mouth, offensive breath, cough, ditli ul>
breathing; itching of the nostrils, puin iii the rtcmach,
! nausea, squeamishhess; veracious appetite, lean ties-;
lencsmus, slight.chills or shiveri?gs, drowsiness; 'aiiriie.
i swelled stbmaclior limbs, rising and choking in the Ahr a
? itching of the aim-tow ard nicht, turbid urine, frequent
desire to evacuate the bowels, discbarges of slimi i :
Area specific for the relief of nervous or sick lie ..i,. i, ,
Ibwtess of spirits, or molaut-holy, languor ami debility;
i cither from previous disease or too free living;"tremors
! spasm of the stomach, irritability of I le iierves hysterical
affections,-drowsiness, cholera morbus, sense of fiilig -
I and palpitation of the heart. ? FT?m their erficaey in the
relief of headache, they uro called by aim y the IL : ? h
' Lozenge.
Dr. Peters' principal Ode ts -ir- 159 Bro idn .\. N. Y.
pfH3 North-Sixth street, Philadelphia; 19 Ji-.i.e -:r- I
Charleston; Magazine street. New Orleans jlti lm .
1 ? IS CHORDS A Ij relic
vous Affections. Acting as
digestive organs, and restores them to their natura . . r.
It cures both Nervous ;,nJ Sick Headaches ??? ?; prevents
a determination of blood to the hi adj usually the symp
tomsof Apoplexy. I*. :- a 'so Hteful in Affi ctions of the
Liver, and is very oflicaciou- in Flatulence.Ch lic,"and
other pains m tiie stomach and inti -i ncr. it i- very . .
viceablo iu Anienorrhua, Chlorosis, Leucorrl:aa. II- st -
ria. aud similar disease-. In cenvalescenco from Fevers
and other acuto diseases, it speedily restores strength?
Tho aged and infirai, and persons of sedentary habits,
prune to ccsiiveness. or who suffer from 1-'.?. . f a v.- tits,
experience great Leaerit from it. Sold at 192 Fu
at 15 cents and >I per bottle, -recording to >:/.?. im
?Cure in three minutes.?The up'
plication of this remedy br.j in every
instanco proved effectual ma!' yia
ung the pain, aut! making a perma?
nent cure, ?wiihcut the least injury*o
the other teeth. Its taste and sniet
^rcboth acreeab'.e. and it will ai.-o
relievo th'e pain in the iru^s occs
?ioced by cold or inflammation, - :. the. teeth are not
decayed. A trial .'will establish: the fact. Sold by A B.
Sauds & Co. corner Broadway and Chambers st. Granite
Building; A. H. &. D. Sand.-," 71- Fnlton si and 77 Easi
Broadwav. d24-ttn
DR, J. ?. HEW KIT take tn.- mcibod t> re?
turn thauks to his friends and tl;e puldu* fort he lib?
eral eucouracement he has received iu his line of or. ? , e.
whxh is confined to Sprains, Dislocations, H:p Diseases
White Swellings. Carvatstrcs u*ad Diseased Sp;ces. Hh?u
matism. Nervous Affections, Contractions, and all Dis
fases cf the Joints a-td Limbs, ilc.
References gi?en on application Dr. IL it 5 Broad
?<ay. between Brot^ai^ and Sprrnir-st? ja Ilm'
Ieei'iie?*: :,t;jLi usEx: i.sECZsiLw:
i ?lOAiOl) very fine, healthy German and Swedish
Leeches ju?t received and f*r >a!e verv roa.-aa&blc.w r;o>.
sale and retail, or csrefully applied, by WM; WATS' ?.Y
Chemist and Pharmaceutist, Apothecaries* Hail. Catha
riai* jla Im
& __?' V.'.irrs:;:--J to cure."?Salt Rhena. Ringworm.
Tetter. Scald Head. Barber's or Jackson Itch, Eczema.
Psoriiiis, P*!:::..r,a. and other disease* -f the ?tut, are
*-<f?iv certain]V ineffectually cured by tf:e nso oi Sand's
Remedy; which his bott been tested in more thtfn six
thousand different cases of the ab ve discuses, without
bavins f::i;--d in any where the directions ar^ attended to.
TJte'M?payalleled sacness oi this remedy in curias; <!:>
e .-es cf the skin is -it. our equal in the history of medi
r'ic. The Compound Syrup of Sarsaparilia i- recoru
mende i to be used with lIk Remedy, as it iced* to throw
, utfromtfie blood and system generally all the unhealthy
humor ?? nnected within >'? * a - *. and the application of
the restedj extiriwlly it in- fame time, entirely eradi?
cates it i"ro~. the system. The Rei iedy is perfectly harm?
less in its bporati ;n anil in ij be applied wirb safety -ven
t.? the -kin of the testierest infant. Tes?mosi?ls of its
efficacy are daily received, and it.c fo'Iowing are selected
for publication. winch it is thougairwill satisfy the mind
of evcrv candid :?? r m of ita extraordinary virtu- *:
N v York, May 4. I?t0.
Jtessrsi .\. P. & D. .-a:-..;.-?il":.:Iemcn.?F. e'.ir?? of
inaskfulces and gratitude induce me to inform you tka;
I am perfect!} ? ured of the S .it Rheum by the use of your
Remtdv. The cisease spr over b< :a my hnac? to my
finger ends; and had b: a stand rig faurtcen yon.--, during
which ums L'Vas under the treatment of more than twen?
ty different physician.-, who ???II failed to $ivc more than a
t sup -r-rv re ief. 1 j is ucsble to .is-- r?y hands but little
cod co;i!.i" not put them fa v.i-.rr: my nails repeatedly
c-.-.m- off; and I v.-. - almost I ?'. I s? fr:m the complaint.?
I tried Indian end Kn?i doctor^ but aii to no purpose, un?
til la-t suaraer I was advised bj a friend to use your Re
utadv. 5 ...-?it-iue: c ?t m;;i litth .*.?11^. b ivirg tried so tiia
ny. things without producing any geod: effect. In a few
days my hasd? wert bctt r, r.ad notwithstanding 1 put
tr err. :u ' Laly they c ntinned to improve, and in a
few weeks were entirely well, It is now more than six
?. e-k- sincethe care was effected., since which time they
have heeu-porfcctly well;
Your.im;.-: respectfully.
LYDIA Li WIS, Newark. .V.J.
Mes?r?. A- B. Sc Tl. Sanc's?Gentlemen,?I certify tl;at I
have beeucured c f the Salt Rheum ?f ten years' stand
inc. by the u-: ofyour R me y ami Syr tip ofSarsnparit
: . and i wi-h ? very per?ou troubled with t'ii< dreadful
complaint in any form, woul i call on me. and I will satis?
fy them that; our mcdictaa will cure them perfectly.
Residence 10 ? N'assau st. s ore Fulloa su
New York, June:*, tr-;u:
Messrs; A. It. A- D Sands?Gentlemen,?Feeling deeply
indebted t- ynu for the valuaWIe:service* you=lmire ren?
dered mOj ! do most chccrfiiiiy inform you Uat my wife hi
entirely einet I of the Salt Rhi ".rr., by the use of jour Re
rrtcdyan'i Syrup cf Sarsaparil a; S?e has been very se?
verely afflicted with the disease in the facs forsLxyearsr
bad tried various uwlicinas, b la internal and esters .1.
with oh t producing any rood ctficL unti: by the ndvice of
:?? friend w!.o cured by ynur mediciue. she was indu
ced to use jr. and I am ihankfu! to i< iy the result has been
B perfect cure. Your- respectfully;
J?i!^ CHAPMAN; 79 Chatham st.
New York. Sept. 15.!~ f.
prepare : a:;-l sold whole-'Uin am! retail, by
A. B. Sc D: SANDS! DrwccisU.
73 and 100 Fulton st.
Sold also by AI r ham i'.. Sand* & Co; No. 273 Broad
v/nv; Dbvld s?i .:- ? Co. ""< ??7*. East Broadway: and by
Wiu. Bro- .?. 431 Wsshingt .. St. and S. W. Fowle, ?1
Prn.ee sr, P. su n: Joseph B I Jr. Providence; R I. 17.
\V; BulJ.-Harlforrf, Cbisu: Dr. R. VV. Mothcwson, Nor
wich, Cout?; IL Rawts At Co Albany; J. Gbrham. and J.
Fowisr.:Newbu?r, .?. \.-. Dr. DiVid Jauc, 20 South Third
street; Philade!?h.a} R. K. Tyler. Baltihjore; E Trivett Jfc
So , Ponghl.psi'cj and by ^ruggiats-gencrnlly in all the
principal cities acd chief towns in the United States.
Price $1. jrr?lm
C* SE S3 A -'- i7.t I l'Al.S\M.
\J For the curs ! every kind ? f wounds, sprains, sores,
liurfts. coughspscrc ltiiigsj;rherm?s: desperate piles, and
rheumaiisro/?fall;kiu?s It will prevent the toothache,
restore toipid aud p ritued limb?, frozen limbs, .-tiir
' :i t-. :? mil.Jc . : c- :i t,.; tlependod Ujxju tu ijuii'l
pain net! relieve soroitess :ti tili cases;
This yalwaL!.- .'?!? ?!.h bei.; very extensively-used
for the last tea years; < bile uj increasing demand, the
i uivcrsal satisfaction it ::.* ? given, and the testimony of a
multittid ! ofi ... ? i. of the fir-t staudiug in the com?
munity; who hnve te-trd :.r.d iiifullibly proved its efficacy;
shows that'll m cds only to be ased to prove its invaluable
excellence; I nd ccdr a 11' w lio h avo ever tried the Balsam
prize.it so fiishly that niny wiii ; ot be induced; undor.any
consideration, to do without it. TuL Balsam has nttrac
teil ihe nttcntioii of men of scienco, and physicians and
surgeons of the cr.scientific aciprtiremcnts give it
ihcirTunqualifird approbation: while many id' them iu
different sections oi the United States now u?e it in their
I ractice; aud bayo authorized ihz publication of their
An ? now. to ..! j cr ihs who^Ore afflicted wi'.k any di*
? .vc like the above . rimi 1 tin- Balsam is confidently re
aommended, for pnfifyiiig the spring? and cbonnels of
life, and restoriufl them to their i:ut;ir,il tone and vigor.
Hundreds of persons whose declining health kas brought
th< ni to the \ r: verge ? f an untimely grave, havo been
rescued, nnd permaiiently restored to tho eujoyment of
health; without which :h.> Mcssicgs of life lose half their
charnis, ni:d even life itself seems but n partial bie-sing.
Pun iia-.-r- should cnrpiire for the true article by u-ieg
ihe whole nan e?Chsi - man's Arabian Balsam, aud sec
that it has my iiartse written i:i my?own hand-writing
across the printed dircctii nn i!.e wrapper of every
bottle; IC ( HEESEMAN.
S-!H at wholesale an ' retail by A. B. & l>. Sands. Drue
;.? isis, No '. 'i mid 100 Fulton street. Sold. also, by Ahm.
Ii. Sand-,v Co", So Broadway, (.ranii?? Buildings;
norncr;of ( it mliers-strect; David Sands ic Co., No. 77
East Brond way; corner uf Market-si reel; nnd void by
ApothcfRri s generally tbroushout the cily'and country^
Price ,v|, large size ; .To cents small size. jl Im
r>191TOiVIi:.?$T\' EXPOSE?.?The - bscri
> ber ha on li ind 20,000 bottles UAARL.EM OIL,
v.'bich he warrants lo ba gi uuiuo. His motto is " Honesty
i, the best foliey-."
The subscriber '.v^,? 11.1 here express his regret that m
many of hi- follow citizens Have hitherto permitted tlo-m
selves !?> <? ' ? :v i ni ! impo ? ! upon by dishonest men
?pirck-. auctioneers and pretenders who ori'::r to Sell :\\i*i
they caii Haariiem < ?il at fourteen diillitigs per gross !
At) 'nd strictly to the fbllowing^ Wrappers printed ii;
i ir ficrmau language an si those with thirty-six heads are
itivnriably spurious : and of those printed in the English
not iiiorc ill nn one oiit of :i hundred is genuine; mosi ol
them beiiigprini diu N - York. All genuine ones ure
English ami hin e my name an . residence printed on ihem.
This is done hi Mr. Tilly tlie inanufiicturer.iu Hollaud.
They have iilsn niy v?-rit:?-;i signature.
This Haarlmtn Oil is used for a variety of diseases. It
needs no puffing;; its u-'* always secures its recom?
mendation: Coughs :::ni colds nr.: cured hy it without
pHffing i! in the style of Candy dealers.
N. B. The undersigned sells ilic best Candies (Stuart'?)
in New York, but he dpii'l .-??li Cough Candies to care
con?iiniptton, sprained anklns and tooth-ache; he leaves
that Ui large dealers and medical gentlemen;
N. 15. Genuine German Cologne Writer imported by
the undersigned. CHRISTIAN SYLVESTER.
Fancy St?re N6. 121 Esiki Broadwny,
One dr?,r above Pike-si.
N. B. Want l ol the above riuce a few dozen of the
mporti .1 BRITISH (15L ill-^
CobLs, Consumptii h aid Liver Complaint.?Consumption
is a disease often secretly lurkin- a the system for years
lo-f.,re there i thele -tconiplaic cf the Lungs. And iu
this stiii'e it r-.:n he eiired as eflei aally, nnd as certainly
?s.any other;diseasa. Let not persons delay the use of
medicine untilth ir lungs are sensibly affected; but indue
season resort to Dr. Allen's Rals?m of Liverwort?thin
medici te hv proved even tho r-Coaqucrorpf Physicians,!'
: for v. hfi h raaukiad wol ...:vc abundant cuu-.: to bless
1 the ban I of Provi ie&ce. More than 100 physicians in this
? city mm- use this medicine in their practice;
LIVER CQMPL?INT 1 I - i i-.-Dr. Alleu-D.arSir:
I have i:-?il your Balsam of Horehouud, Liverwort anJ
Pleurisy Root in my practice lor some months pa-r, and
from the wonderful effect it iias hr.d, I am fully ta:i-!:ei
that it p. --. --s very superior vir:1: -- in the cure of
Liver Complaint and Consumption. I do strongly recom
m^ndRto the j.u&lie. tiid.to Facility. Rr-?p< etfully,
J. if. !t;.;??.D30n. 3L D.
HudsbS August I. 1341
WjiOOPINU l'??GR?Thy disease prevailing-very
ejfCebjivcly; aud is.sweeping off many little one/, w.ta
very fewdays illness; Parents should remember tliatDr:
AJli n's I'.alsiiii of Livrr^ or: is the only infallible remedy,
and has saved thousands of lives urisg sevea years.
Sold by W, A. Tyler; ? ioleiule ;igent. cS Barclay -t.:
E M.Guibn, 127 Bowery, corner of Grai>u>st:i Dr. Hart,
c*rher?bf. Broadway.and Chambers-street j J. O. Fay ,:at
MiLnor's Drugstore; corner of Broadway and John st;
and U. Ev rett.:3tT7 Greewoicb.-it. d2u !ru
'HIE 3N C-:vr. .rJ2Ni TE.-F- r l-.j c.;:.uy.-u
can procure a rollcf William Browu'3 Pencil Paate.
If your stove cr grat ? is ? ?> er i with rust, in o..e minute,
by the applic itit ? of :;.e abov-j article, a lustre will be
produce-: tr.zi will a*tc;iish the cae who makes use of it.
The Paste is used niiii.-.u: making a dust, and will give.a
much mere brilliant polish than the BritL-h of American
Lustre is the fi rm of a powd r. The polish made by the
Paste is nt?o much more dttra! I<. Manufactured by W M
BROWN. Chi-x.--. No. 4-t Wa^biDgtODistrect. BortoM.
Dealers and faaiii - su li d by A R.\t D Sands, Drur
?ri--. No,7l> Jnd Jot; FultcnrSTreec Retailed bv David
Sands&Co No. 77 E.-t Broadway, and Abraham B.
Saiitls & Co. So. 27:5 Broadway; d2i> \m
A PF?RDS . liate ji , ?' will effect apermahest
~~ care in"this alarming disease in children, aud has in
cirnerocs ca.- - be- .j foe d the enlv preservative of life
when every other La? ?* a r, mcdy has fsiled to give relief
and wnea hope bad almost tied, called for the languaee.
?? /: Las sr.ced mu cJiiid."
A phamphlatcbatainiag fhli dtrteiions for use, * ith a
large number of certificates of cures from Physicians,
t-LEEuYMi.*. aadnthers of the highest standing is the
commsBity. accompanies each bottle.
Sold by the duieu or at retail, by
A. B.i D. SAND?,
7?) and 100 Fnlton street, cr by
A BRA LA"! !'.. SANDS i CO
Grastte Bundiag?..273 Broadway, corner Chamber street
and by DAVl D S.\ NDS & CO
i. East Broadway. ror. Market st.
I'rice. 56 en!.- ??:?.?> \\ prr bottle.
JZT PARENTS whose children are subject to this
-.reaped disease,should always have the medicine on hand.
A word to the wwe, etc. d20 lm
Through iu 9 hours. Fare only $2. ?
Leave pier No 1 N. F.-, Battery Place, at Si c'cl^sci, A
M. dsilv, Sundays excepted, by steamboat CfcderiRa or
Water^Witch, to Ehzabcthport, then to take the cars at
? c E. Tc*:i r.ud Soruerrilie Railroad to Someyvillc,
cavrag ?aly 3-1 miles by Coaches, (11 miles l?rss than bv
N. Brunswick.) For seals apply to A. D. Hopo. 72 Court
! '-it st. or on board. A. D. Hope wiU accompany the
? isseuzers to S?nserville, sad render all assistance ueces
XT As tire Railroad is completed to Sontervillo this line
v. ill l*"-ve Fusion a; 6 o'clock A. 31.. ihre?- boors later
tarts the line via N. Brunswick, and arrive iu New York
about the same time. _ jj
ivEW-YORK A N 1>
C'kuI further notice, on- Passen
-er Tram daily (.except Sundays) will run in connection
?ith trie steamboat BTICA, Tapt. A. H. Schultz, irom the
fi ot Of Albany-street. N. Y. a.? follows :
Leave New. York at ~i o'clock. A -V.
Leave Gdshen " S
Trains for the conveyance of freight will leave each
termination cc Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, at
thesame hour* as the Passenger Trains.
,josi if rl.C SEYMOUR, Superintendent.
?AND DRESS BOUTS.?Tue subscriber makes to
Juj oriicr Hoots of the above description, of the finest
quality of French calf-skin, and in the latest sty le,
add at very reasonable prices. Gentlemen who hav - beer.
.. the habit of paj ing extravagant price* f- r inferior aru
cjea requested to call and be convinced tiut h*s prices
a ?' fr mi ten to twenty per cent, below other stores in his
neighborhood; Drawings beiug. taken of the feet, aud a
h dr of lasts kept for each customer, therd is no difficulty
in getting a handsome yet easy fit;
Constantly oa baud a large assortment of ready-made
Boots, latest styles, at prices varying from TWO to SIX
D illars per; air. Overshoes, Half-Boots,Dauciug-Puraps;
S.ipp -r:. Ac Ac. at eqii.div low prices.
JOHN L. WAT KINS, 114 Fulton-street,
il iv between Nassau and DutchsStrcets.
~?? J t Ti WAEV.'Jt'R, Sweep Smelter ar.! He
finer in general, No. IT John-street, New York.
Purchaser of Jeweler's ami Silversmith's Polishing*,
Pumicing*, Lemclls, Parting Bars, Coarse Silver Bars,
La e, Gil: and platod Metuls, Bookbinder's Ratrs. ic. &c
? IS Iv
p <?.*'? NED Sf<; AR.?WOOLSEY & WOOl.
S\ SEY have this day reduced the price of their-Re
[ lined Sugar of nil descriptions O.io Ceut a pound.
Usual terms and conditions.
5 -2* ' tie <? -York Patent Sugar Refinery and S9 W illst.
vvTriT-IslA?liAR~*fc CO.
71 Fultou, corner of <JoI<l-*ir?et,
' 'subscribers tike this method of acupuicing to
J. their friends and the public geucrally that, haying
I purchased tiie extensive and woll known Type Foundry ;
I form rly owed by Me.-?rs. Conner Ar Cooke, they hare re
i moved the same to their present central location. Haviug
made extensive revisions, alterations and. additions, they
an n< - prepared tooxci utc orders of any magnitude they
may be favored with", with promptacss, and on a> favorable
toraiB as r.t any Foundry in America. To their new Spei i
meu-Bodk, which has be?m recently extensively circulated,
they would respectly refer.
All articles manufactured by them shall be of a material
equal, if not siiper.or, to any manufactured in thi:' country
?and undergo a thorough examination as to appearance,
ranging, dressing, and properly assorting. All articles ex?
hibited in the Specimen-Book formerly issued by Conner Ar.
j Cooke. together with Sorts to Fonts sold by them, can now
Lbe furnished from t-iis Foundry without delay, with many
rv.li.ee lidded.
W.U. HAGAR & CO. are Agents for the. sale of the Na?
pier, Washington and Smith Presses, which, together with
Chases, Cases, Composing Sticks, Furniture, Ink. and
every article, used iu the Printing 'Business will be kept
on band, and furnished at manufacturers' prices.
N. 11. No Machine Cast Type manufactured at this
Foundry. jeTtf
"TiciES MO! Fl'.TT. 121 Priacu-streot, near V\ coctci '
*} would particularly call the attentionofHardware Deal?
er? and Manufacturers to his superior ar.ticle of German Sil?
ver, which lie offers for stie w Itolcaa'le and retail, of all thi;-it
oesses, and warrants it equal to kjv. oithar Foreign or Lo
ei.-.tie. for color and iiiftnes? ?>- -i'
i HARPER'S Cough Remedy the host mediciuo ex?
tant for any disease of the lung*. One bottle *ill give 1
sure relief. Has been in use now 12 years, which is a j
proof of its gnrd qualities. Price one shilling per bettle.
Sold at the oilice, f>7j Bowery, and the agents throughout
the city. j 15 Smcod j
J?JPE?IOItL?MP O 1 ij. The general cm
plaint of the quality of Lamp Oil. for family use, has ?
induced the subscriber to open mid offer in the Mechanics I
Lamp Depot of Air. Diocouj 337 Broadway f.ir the sale of
an article of refined Sperm Oil. prepared by au improved
process, und under his personal superintendence, which
for purity and brilliancy of light will be found to mect the 1
wishes aud merit the. patronage of every person u-*iti*_' it.
Samples may be seen of various qualities und prices at the :
oifiee, where orders w ill be promptly execute.I, either for 1
family u?e or the trade, on tho most reasonable terms.
I Orders for Brvoktyn will be received at the Refinery, 32
Chapel or 138 Itridge st. EDWaRO DOYLE.
?28 if Agent for the Union Oil Refinery
-MO CA ?C I* fr..-?'S ^5tsI7b>EKH, Etc.
3 Jiisi published. :-e ;.. ? ; lliiilder's Guide, c?u
tnitiii ; ??? ?.-.! .. p;-.'.* plates, with full explaoa
iiotis. (Miran! Lafevrtr. Af t eel.) This work should
be iu the bunds of every builder iii cito country. It eon
i oils an .ilcu.-ii" treatise ou Hand and Stair Railing, a
branch which has heretofore linen i ut iiaperfectly uoiiccd
in other works. Itj publication has been at eiulnd with
treat expense. It is handsomely bound in quarto, and i*
r. -pecifully offered to the public, srlinlcsalo sad retail, by
the publisher, WM. D. SMITH,
Architect, Portrait and Card Engraver,
leu Broadwav, third story.
For sale a few Oil Stonos suitable (or Engravers. Den?
tists, Jeweller-, Ac. jj Im'
1* The undersigned ? sole AgenU in this city?Cor the
sale of the above celebrated Scythes, nr ? prepared to re
eeive order- for the same, at llie M'inufacturor.s lowest
jI2tf WM, II. WIGHT .v Co . in? John si.
rJ.^XiIA?.?h'iiie Gunpowder and
8 cheats :md half chests, for s.i!s \>y
No.;43tj Grand, cor of Put.?Tins sp!eudid: Saloou
is fatr-j up in most conveniem style, and is just the thing
that was much needed iu ihai part of the city. Hot Coffee,
('skes, Pies, Ate are served up in a superior manner, with
Confectionary, Fruit, aud every thing else the visiters re
L\l Merchant Tailor, No. I'M Fulton-sL would invite his
frieuds aad tao pukii'; to call and examine Iiis stock of
r.ir.- Fall Goods.consistiug of Cloths, Cassimeres and Vesi
iufr'S3Uito.J to the fall trade. Gentlemen leavinr their or?
ders may rely upou their being fulfilled in tho most latii
i artory inanacr. Terms moderate?Cls:i on delivery. s2 if
t 3 LACKA WANNA PRICES.?Real Peach Orchard,
It l Ash, la, p >,-._.. ,:3a|( j.^.-j.y 6Crecnej aiij delivered
r i any part of thu city, free of cat tage at.$7 .Mi
, Broken or Eg?.is 5o | Lahigh.$8 on
Screened Lit erpool.i 1 00
. Apply ?tvYard, 3?4 VV*ashingtonv.t;.pear Spring d?5.3m*
{ ' ?' ?> A' 3 CO A j/.-ThX vTrT'lie-r^j I'-I.'ry" jv'.Th
1 0: hiiid lied Ash Coal, for family use wellscrceiied
aaddeliyered i.n any part of the city at the > aid comer of I
Grienwicb an I Christopher streets.
l./z and broken_.jjji (jfl
;stove.7 50 ;
; .WS I5t* _ :J.4S. FERGCSON
i HANGINGS and Borders, for sale cheap; at the
Ucited Statea Paper Hanging aad Band-Box Warehouse, '
65 Canal stree.t. nur Bio?dway, New-York. Rooms
papered in the neatest aiann^r.
jH tJI JOSHUA BROWN, fi? Canal-st
0 Series 1,2, rl acd 4, recommended by tho State Su
periatend?nt, nud published by the Messrs; Harpers, with
a j.neral assortment o/Scuriol Books, 'or sale low ,-,'t
j- CLEMENT & PACKARD S. I cO Pearl-st
BRIT A '1 i"i i A "WA RE.-The ???scribeM have
a great variety of TADNTON, DIX-ON *. SONS,
Tta am<l Cojte Urns. Tea Sets. A.c. together wit i a com?
plete assortment ot cpmmad Britannia and Block Tin
: Ware, which they offer at extremely low prices, wholesale
and retaiL ELISHA KNIGHT &. SON.
jl Ira" 0*5 Johrt-itrcet, between Cliff and Pearl sts.
j I* ?A Iso Patorit Cistern Poiiuic. a superior article.
I produce a healthy state of the System, by Friction, with
j ??ut the ri-k of-earing the skin, as all the crdinarv Horse
j Hair Gloves ire luble to do.
The great value rf the Horse Hair Renovator as a
therapeutic agent, when applied to the human.body, ?
j ar,w too well known to every one who has paid the least
? f. otion to the importance of a health} action cf the skin
! to requirefarther comment.
For sale by H B. SANDS Sl CO , 271 Broadway, cor.
' -limber -t. ;rain'.e i '.i'Cu.g. jgt) tf
1 for sale at 1^0 Chatham sL New-York, the cheapest
and mo,t genuine tea, in the world, in auv quantity not
, less tr.an ?. ounces. If any articles purcbasr.l at their es
; ubbahmeat should net give full satisfaction, it is request
. ed that they be brought back, when the money will be re
turned. ' .?j J
! QNk PR3CE ^TOKE-Gentlemen
y^Sr S?0d clolhiD"- w6m dr> well to call
?^^^T-^^^ find garment, at the
Cloth Coat?^ to 12; Cloth Jackets; $4 to $5: Satinet!
Pants, $1 75 to^2 75; Cloth Pants. ? ts7 j4 50
-- _ ...-rric*?*. A ?~0r,
of fresh Gardes Seed* jast received from Landoo r a
Bird*! Seed?; C x*.f, :j F - Manti ?cd Ba^G??.
< f ac~ .i.-.C beautiful psuerss: Flower Po;? ?ad
?. try ornamental, fi r i?dowj and flowergartena^!?
tains f r cens rvatcries and gardens, fv.rus.sj tSe - *
beautiftil d?*i2BS;iii-hydraulics. c ?.
Order. 'Ja uikfully recoivi d acd promptly ztuu^t-s ,
l>y tb>^roprietor>yN1BLO ^PUNKAP. '
f/~il\ii'? (tfrKUUKD '^MiR.Hi:
i\ All kind* for r;i^ a$td coo-fort, su?.? as Hoc* 7
Recumbent, Revolving, .fcc. The first sra
two last Fairs has beeii awarded King's Chair*,
are warrant <: ii be far ;t.j..*: n.r to any in this ehr
Is. -rherc; M. W. KING. Patzte-, ' "
? if 471 i.r.Iwav. between Grand ?n.i Rr.Mnj?.fUj
V3 CPnn-FPS tFF?.-T3e -
?I bcr is now evlliui: the remainder of 'uis ?toe* ,r
Muds, comprisii g a good assortment of I.ycs. Crease iB?
? ?il.er Fur Muffs, at prices below actual co?t ofm^T
i ?etare. being ... terraincd, u possible, to sell oat eotn?'?
ere the season closes. A: WATSON'S
_i7 Ire 154 Chatham st. acd lr>) 8o??T
VK?-V 'RK SI t'f.r MK Od Kl'.-ln :In- Sj.;Trr ^
apalii iti f th? Mayor, Aldermen sad Cfstaccato j
the City oi New-York, relative^.o aprnlnc Tbir.y^"!
.irret fiomtbe Tenth avenue! the East Uiser, uv?ielS
i -enah Ward of isid City. 'I ?!' whom it any cornyi3 ^
tic fs hereby given; that i petition will be pielectee le tW
honorable Justice? ?f the Ssprwni C urtof Jum'catur? .Viv
People d i>rS .-?i N ? Y ?.??'?. . api.-.-i:h, <
Albany <n the first r?esdi-j ot Februar) \iU2, atlh?
f the Court n thai day ? r a-? lh< rentier w. u,,,.. aa
ba heard by .'a;: ? Boortnan oi the City t New York/ietusi
forth the right, title >;;c claim if; the petiilii ertaoVya^j
one thousand dollars h> tri tufor? < l?mated and h* |k.
Commissioners of E.titnat? ind Asvusmcnl aapoiiittdh tht
above entitled nutter t pwCi i itinkwwi ?? and tor the |,.?llW
damage tu the ?>:?'. m ? ? ?w i.ownersby and i;; roo*(?ji;erk>si
relinquishing theJrti r..?t ??(thr saidunkmiwnown.^ir.jp,^
? parcel oi land eqntrcd foi the purpose ol op-'iir^ Xhinr.
second ?trvvl in the said City and descrihed a the reporr^fdu
...id Cos ' issii ners.ai follawsi.vie: u All that certain lot.pie,,
trparcel) cruund'jituate, lying and betag in the mSJ s.?.
teemh VVaidwf thr saKl c?y ?ad bounded aadeotttahbagsi
follows, to wit? beginning at the r.:i?e,;-ily co:a?i v| is.,
Klghth .iv..-! ui. is establbhcd by law, and Thftty^eood Mr.?;
... the wme ? is to be ?,p<"'running thenceaenhwettrf
Iv along the northeasterly line oi side ol Thify iec-od ?trr?
is the sam? was to be'-opened, one hundred fret totbeioais
easterly line or side of t o.u of James Bcoiman; tbei.ee wcth
v?r?triiy along ihn southeas >-ily Iii e ?r ?IdebfthV laldlsadof
t.".e said James H... town, thirty i.?t. n> a Ii. c dranu thneta
the centre i f I iiirty-scc -id! ? re*t;as iliessuie ivas tolwVpeasxl;
thehc.be istei ly -l-ec the cafd line drawn ihiouch ineC<*.
lieol Thirty-iecoud ?lret:l]as the same was to re ..pesed ib..sj
one hundred foet t i the northwi stcrly Ifiie" < r ji.l?. of the EiiKih
avenue .,. estal lish).: I y I >nd running the.,re n->ithes>ua>f
al ms Ike s lid ij^rtbwestctly I hie or sideol laid Eirhth maw.
as established y law-, thirty feel to the place of tetioais;.*
Ami notice i- ful ihi: given that "u presenting the sriepethu?
is a fores 2 id ,\ th c s a i 'i (ii ttces will be mo ved; that.the prayer, ?|
: ,?- ian c be s: mted for a ruU oi order ?-t die uid CetR*,
directing :i.e Cli rk of said Ci url r? iidir-e. i?i the City ofLNew
Yoik,to pay ver to lhe;said:petltibner orto Iuj aitornry.t^
said suas of oai h mand di l?ar; above mmt:. :::A .ltd thets>
crease tiiereuf, lfanv:,a ?! forsuch further or other?rderu
to ihe ?.,(i! Ci art ihall teemusetand proper.
D it?d DrcemberSd, M' i.
d3 6*wd .1. W WiiKKI.KR. Atfyfor PettUooar.
jVTOTlCE TO CKICDITOl.v* ? All personsiar<
Li ?hg claim, sgaicsl >VBlct Place are reoues ed to furohli
a:raccount thirrMOi, duly. authchUcated, to the ?ul'icr'.V-errn ?r
b- for.- *he fifth da) of F? bruary nt-xt at hi' it re. No, HCedar
street.in li,i? city;
a ?]' A COUK1v'Of cTiaNCE-hY held for the Suitef
. ? New-York, at iho city of New-York, on iho f?amk
d v of N vemb r, in he ynai ond ihouiand ?ight liuudnRnutS
forty-oue. Present Reuben II. NValworth.
Keubens P? ?!. mi Jobh Darley. vs. Usury s. U. wce, ieipd.
u-iih Elisli iBIoonu' Lymaii Taylor, Job Mo n, aml otatn.
Il ippearingb) iiKdavif i the'.satUfacilon ot troi Courttt.it
the defendant. Henry F; B?w?n, residcsonlof this Siae.bui
I? a resident ol 1 niter* Stales. i?< wit. ol Hie St;ite. ?f .NV?
Jersey, oil it tion -i jl i ? Das i. i Ks ana ?f c?i no I !<>r the am
plainanli, it is ordered tlial the said Henry F. Buwen raw* aii
Mnpcarance be entere?! and: notice thereof ii> ?eimloa
the complain ints' solicitor within four wwnlh? from the dale if
lias id.', and in < iseol bis ippearahc* th^t he cause hit ap
iwer to the c?ui plai cants' Hi I i to bc-filed mid a copy i tier eof la
he served on the complainaots'solh itoi within fotty davf iflti
scrviccof acopyi i ?.ii'l bill, and indefaull thertol laiilbiUai
cbrnplainant inay be taken as confessed by him; and it ii fur
ther uid. r. d. ihat within iwenjy days the laid coniplainaoti
s.iuit ttdsonlcrto be publishell in the Slate Paper and in the
Tribune, v ncwspapei published in the cltytof N< w-Yotk, and
that the said publication Ke c<i tinued iii eachof lhc said pa
pers st le.o ..in - in each w< ek foi < ight weeki in .iirri-'iivni,
orth it he can >e ? cupy ? t this ordei t.? b?i per.onallj- .erved on
said Henry F ft wen, >t least twenty days before the time
above prescribed lochis appearance.
uis I im ' a AssUtanl ?e(i?trr
O" Albany Evening Journal will copy the above.
j-DY OR9KB of the Hou: Miruael Cl-iicelfer, first
l i Judge of the Court of Common Pleas for the City/and
Couuty of New York, notice is hereby giyen;pursuatttta
the provisions of the Statute authorising attachment!
a^)iin-t non-resident debtors, that an httachinent ha? ittuetl
against the estate of William Fawcett, a resident of Lou
don, in the Kingdom of ?Ir.-at Mri on. and that the tain,
wdl be fortlie payment of bis debts, unless he appear
and discharge such aitachuiout according to law witlk
nine months nAer the first publication of this notice, and
that payment of any debts due ?> bun by resident? of u.,
State, aud tho delivery to hiut or for his use of any pro
peitv within this S'.at.: belonging to bun, and the lrun?f>r
of aiiy such property by bim ;oe forbiddi n by law ami ait
void. Dated, I Cth September, 184L
EDW. W. MARSH, Attorney
slH lawOui for Attaching Creditors.
AT A COI'RT <)K i:llANCKBY. held f.,r" "the Sliu'i
New \'>>ik. ittlie City of New-York, on the foiinh it)
of J.inn iry "lie ihoustnd ?ight hundred and forty- wo.?Pi*
sent?William T iMcCoim, Vice Ch mcellor of ihs Kir-i Clx
. nil.
Charlotte Jane Bulla? and olhei <, v-. David S. Brows orJ
Betsey his ivite, licnjamiu Bro k? and otluis : (lr?:er for the
appearance i f i on-resident di fend mi.
Ii appearing upon prool by arbdavil mule in llii< came.t)
Charles S. Rn--. Solicitor foi the complainants, ihat lienjiai
I i5:n k?,one of Ihe feiidanfj bruin, i??iii. s OUl of lhi? State.
unl i ? ,: resident 11, e .St.de of Connecticut; On i> adii.g xc?
fltinjr said .lltid ?'.ii,.1.10 in .'i .ii ,,| Chaib.iS. IU.'. K quire.
s Ii. it..i for the complainant, Ii is ordAed, that ihes.i?<l Bib
j iinin Brooks i:an?e Uu ippearar.ce to.be eilt? ed liereia,u>j
notice I hereof lo be sorveu on th. complainant'] Solicitor,
wiikin fnui iiinnib ? f < ? >tu ihe ilale <>l this order; and in i J.e tl
bii appesraiice, thai he i aure his aii.wer to the coinpl.ia?ot'i
bill to he filed, .o d i' (ipy du unl in be jeryed un theooiplaic
ant's S?Iiciloi. within forty daj ? ?lier ?erv i? ?? i I i copy of niJ
bill; and thai in d< lault thereof, said loll n| cninplalntMiikn
a- con festen by hiui Ami it h farther ordered, ilui wiihin (ueu
tydays Ir-itn die date ? f hi- ordi i, ihe 'aid complain?nbcit!?
lI? i- .ir.Jei to bs pub iihed in ihe Stale papei.and in (he. NEW
YORK* TRI BI NE. printed in this Slate. ( i .i.l.i wtekii.
succession,and once at le.i.i in e m*ti n . ek, ..i ib.ii Ihe i.iiiicio
plainani cause > ?? py-vl ibis order to he served on the um
Beejaiiiin Brooks, personally, it leai twenty days before the
time herein h lore prescribed for Iii? appearanci heiein.
(A Copy. I IIIKAM u ALWORTIL Cltfjr.
C. S. Rot:, Soli? ii -. , 16 laai*
i i' State p ipor copy.
pTy ?K?KI.' Ron. Frederick P. Stevens, Judge
??f Erie County ConrUj Cc-iinsellor of tlie Suprcint Court,
Noilee is hereby given that an attachment lias i,;ued againet
tbe estate of Ii < .1 ihnson, i n n-residenl d< blur, ,u ,1 that ib<
sJine will he sold for the j a.mei.l of bis debts, Hille?? b* tp
pear aiid discharg? inch aliachinent, according to J ?w, wiihio
nine months from the first publication of this notice'; and ihr.
the p,.yme(it ( f any drbi and the delivery of any pri.p?:it>
hinging:to s'ich d.htoi l?) him Oi to liis uae. and the inwjef*f<.
any props n/ by him foi any purpose whatever, .ne forbiduts
by law ami are void.
Dated Ihe 21st ?Ijv of Lie. em!,, r, IC4K
SK I M E. SILL, Atlorne* foi AttachincCreditor.
N PURSUANCE of an order?f th? Surrogat?
? f the C unty t w-Y< rk, Notice i. In rtby given fu all
v?b ivb je. I no. ieainrt Cnihaiim Heran, Lite of liV
City of N w York, widow,deceaird?,to psesenlthesthifllitj
h r v. uchei. Hier? ? f lo the .ui icrihcr, ji ihe i m< - of in* A;
toniey, W ihiain ii. Ii. dg? -, No. 7? I burch ? id.-:, in Ike <'i'J
of New-Y rk. ? n or before the Eightfienth day ?yl J'dv ceil.
Dated New-Y rk, thi Thirteeiuii day ? f January, 1842.
j?M 1^6m ANDREW ANDERSON,A'lmini irjUf
A T A COURT OK~CllA>CKRY, held f-r Ui? *itt~i
??.New-Yoik, a the City?/New-York, on lh? (ouhh di)
uf Janusry, me tho.i?aii?Jrisfit hundred mil forty-two.?Pie
seiit?Vyilliam T. MpCoun, Vice Chancellor of the KlrilCfi*
Aug'ula T. A. Ployd, v.. josepli B. Nones and Etrellne J
huswife, and Eslhei I., u- Order for the appearance of r.C+
i e.ii'.eiii defeniLi.'.
It j-pe rif,^ up n proof byalEdaili nade ln this cause, 1?
Charles S RSolicit r for Ihe c mplainanl, that K?therZe;
'"?, ?nie ? f ihe d-f-nij ,u:, herein, i-*tirs out of tin Slate, ist
Ii'a resident ol:the Sute I Pennsylvania. On read?-ij; art
nling ?.ii 1 Rlfijavi , ai d ... mod' n ol Chartea S. Roe, Eiquirr.
Solicitor for th-. e niplainaut, It is ord? ed, that the said ti
liter L..r; cause hei appeararc?? to be ehtered herein, *iidrc
iice. thereof tu be rem d on ih c mpl?in?aUa Solicit r. wiih;:
iou: months;Ii m the date.of th ? ..rder; and in c.t.r ?(he
appeal in e, lb u >| - ... hi r answer to the corapiaina?m?iffl
lo be fil? d,ane i copy thereof to be served on ih? coaiplals
aiit-'j Si h ii r. v.i :,. . forty ,1 ijsafter service of a ropy.f isU
bill; and thai in d r. ull th. reof, .aid bill of complaint be Wkw
as cp/fessad by her. A/id i' Is further ordeied, that withi:
twenty days fi m the cateof d.i.. o?der. Ike laid wHtlutti
v-l-Tv- !l-" Published in ihe Slate p4per, arid in ike
NEW-YORK PRIBU.VE, printed in this Stale, f.r tup
weeki in I lo eision, and once al least in each week, or .halite
>'d complainant cause a copy of this order to be served oo tte
said Esther Lean, personally,al bast t ?enty days ssfuret^
lune herein before pre.Cribs?f f?r heir appearance h.rein.
(A Cupy.; ill RAM WALWORTH, Clerk.
2a.Roe. Solicitor^ \*6 lt*b*
Evening Journal copy.
C ERY,?Before the V ce Chancedl?r f ihe f irst Circri
Russ.l! ILNevins,<tc.vs. Jacob D.CIm>;etal. Majter'>Sde.
In pursu ihee '/f . f<ec.-?e ,.f the C-.nrr of Chancery cf F
St^tc-of New York, will be ? dd at public auction,under B?
?? recionof he masters ol laid Court, at the .VerchsDn'E1*
Jiange, in t|> City of New York, by Wilkins k R/'llins.A^
lioaeen. on the Tenth day of February neit, at 12 Cd*?'
n?* n, ?.(thit day,
All thjtcertain lot piece or patc-l ot* lard, situate, lyiBf*^
eiuS ui lb- Twelfth Ward of the ciiy of New-York, ?**
<nown and distinguished as lot number eiitht (3 Jena v^J*
plan?.f the Mount V'ernon property; filed in the otnee of rU"
rpter in a?.d for the City a:?: C ,iinty of New-York,' a^*3
?Mwatd Doughty, City Surveyor, September 5, ltS6J-*j
? (uuded as fellows, <--ii- Btginaieg at ihe S*uthern coto??r
'! N i. seven (7) and Sixty-first street, ihet.c- lunnicgoo^
treet South-easterly fifty-six feet and thi?e icch??, to W*''1
Mhence a!.;i.g ihe lot No. 9 North-sasterlylbne bundrirdJ*'
eventy-three f. et >ud :> ii icchej, iJ land now <>r ijiect*
^eektnan, thence al..rg said Beekman's i*nd North Wei-e-'.
odie-Nbrth East corner of lot-No 7 ai.d.j.id land,
Sou th W. iietly aloi'fc'the lice of lot No. 7 oj,e. hur.dred
igbty-lw.i feet, ?t ucht ji ill's lo Sixty-iiist jlreel, I? ??
ame more or lets?Diled New-York^January J9th, A *?
1S42. R. C. WHEELER,
Masler in Cha?cei-7,20 NdU*u-stre?
luv. Li?l>csT0N,3olicitur. jjSJawuu

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