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XT Third M ardi?REGCLAR N0M1NAT1
In pursuant-ot ttie^atlot the re~ularlv appointed \
ting Committee, the Democratic Whig* of ihe Thin
n?rt atiben bead quartern on Wednesday evening; 61
when on motion of William Steven?, Esq. Gen.
LLOYD was cailed to the Chair, and WilmaM B.
The rail of the meeting having been rend, Fr?
' P*ni7., E-?q. in behalt of the Nominating Commute
wilted th<- folio wine: ticket; which was-on motion
pnoosly adopted <
For Alderman...J<)HX A. UNDERWOOD
., , THOMAS CBART?NE.
Constables..J<)ll\ S. JENKINS
VA RM M S. MILLS.
The. following resolutions were submitted and unaol"
Resolved. That this meeting cordiallv approve tie
ation for Charier Officers presante?! to them by lb?
mittee, and will do all in th?-':.- power to secnretheir el
Resolved, Tim', we hail with ?ov and sntfcfwtioa tin
iiiation.>f J. 1'llILI.Ips PHQ?N'LX a? out candid*!
Mayor?That we look UJKM1 him to One ?sell ()u
to till that responsible station, an?! 'hat we will coi
unite with our Democratic Whig frieutlsin tbe other
to secure his triumphant election.
Resolved. That the Whigs ?f the Third Ward di?a;
ol" the administration of the Actfhg President of the I
Slat.-?, John Tvler, and loofctti the expiration of the
I >r which be was elected. ?> the tin? and most imp
if p to war? I the resmra'Wn ol :iie Constitution, of lb?
reney, ol thfc prosperity of the country and the hap
ol the people
Resolved, Thai we approve of the course ol Henry
al til?- Extra Session oi Congress, as well as at the i>
Session : taid regret that, the state of bis health thouu!
,..ir;i'i.-?/e'l bimito resign b;s ??-at in Hi?- Senate ats
( wj,euhi*service-jareso much require?! there. But I
' mg ho*' importan! his high character, hi? *rreai abi
and his long experience arc to the;country, we feel i
not be long before he is called from his retire.unit
! council? of the Nation by ihe ?oi?-?- of the People, io f
first ??I'llion within tbt-ir'gift, f?r which be i? so emu
Resolved, That tiie proceedings of this meeting be ?
?y Hie nfiicers and published.
On motion, the meeting adjourn?'.I, to meet on Tu?
ronrningnext JOHN LLOYD, Chairm
V.'ri. B. Marsh, Secretary. n7 .'
I.r Fifth WaTtii?Sea-York: she must, she sh
?nrii'?Atailargeand very respectable meeting oftbi
.?m-ratie Whig Electors of the Fifth Ward, held on',
jay evening. AprilSth.ai the Manon House, lGi Chat
for the nurpo*?* of responding to the nomination ot J. p
LIPS PHCEN1X; Esq., as Mayor, and lo bear the re pi
iVwiiiimifini: Committee for Charter Officers of the Wai
the ensuing year, the following genilomen were vppo
officers ALEX. ti. SI1ULXZ. President. Jas. L. Hk.
awl ("rancis C. Wittenberg, Vice Presidents; John
.ov ami Mar--. 1?'owi i.k, secretaries.
* The call of ihe meeting hn\ ing been read, C. J. Ho
Esq. in behalf ol the Nominating Committee reporteil
foil ?wing as the (Juillet Ticket v<r the en?uin? electio
S For Alderman.ROBERT JONES.
?? A.ts't. Alderman:.WILLIAM ADAMS,
?' Collector.LEWIS KATKX
,i , . . J RICHARD TEN BVCK
'". \ ELIJAH P. NORTON,
?' Cons'Hblc: J-JOSEPH JENKINS; am
Lo,-i-M'lc. JJOHN BEAM.
Which was unanimously adopted, and the nomination i
Phillips Phcenix, Esq.,Avns warmly n*spomle?l ???.
The lollrrwittg resol?iioi?s were offered by C. J. Slier
E*n. and unanfmously adopteil.
Resolved, That the nomination otVnur present Al'derj
Robert Jones, and of our Assistanl Yldermnn Wi'ui
, Adams; ni"ei our dei id.-.i approbation, and we liav?
1,?Mie?! reason? to feel gratifie?! at their firm, indepen
and manly course. Loco-Focoism in vain trying to ?
V tlieiti int'? measures alike repugnant to their vvtdl-kn
7 honesty and good sense, and we hereby tender our ;h
for their past services.
Resohed: That in Lr.wts Katun we find a man who
filled ibeotneebf Collector with ability, honesty ami f
f-jtn^s?;. always acting for the best interests of the. Ward
Resolved, Thai in Ilicitano Tkn Eyck and TElija
ii^-STON we have for Assessors oM and tried servants
? will.a* heretofore, ?lo their duly faithfully.
Resolved, Thai in JOSEPH JENKINS asid John Beai
Constables, we have nUo men who have been trir-d and
foiin I wauling
Resolved, Thai ;'??? nomination of that sterlinr? democt
Whig, J. PHILLIPS I'II;i:\!a, ;., Mayor nie.-is
hearty concurrence, anil we heir-Oy pledge him,'is we
?ach one on our ticket, our undivided support
Res.ilved. That the wholesale robbery contemplated
taking St. John's Park from private citizen?, who are ta
therefor, wit? never equalled except when a man's ;*ro|M
was taken from him -nul ?old ihr assessments, which, insi
of heilig of any value to him, ruined him?ami could ?
have h? en concoct?'.! by a genuine l.oc..-Kocool ihe Bei
.<c!r>o!?with a con?ei?*nce of ihe largwst liberty and ?v?
oiilv de.?re was plunder.
Resolved, That lbfcab?pia'ulating of one of on-city <
cer? with n larse air-oiini ol funds belonging-to .the-C
justly admonishes tax-?>av.r.sto place men ?h ojlice? of gi
responsibility,men of ?.tcrliug integrity who are not polit ici
Resolved. That we view with alarm tin* practice of plac
men im oil!??-s whi-r?: large amounts are constantly pass
tlirnti^h their bauds, with little or no security, accepting
bondsmen who are very liitl?- if any innre security than*
officer himself, and we call upon those whose duty it is
w ihr City secured.
Resolved. Thal ibis Ward views as one of tbe grea
e% objircts to lu attained by securing Democratic Whig C
cer? for our City Government.?the re luc?ion of our pre?
enormous taxes?Economy, Retrenchment, Reform, sJio
beour motto. The Loco-Focos having proved their mr
in he Taxation ! Taxation!
Resolved. That wp view with regret tbe rrsignatior
HENRY CLAVol that important trust so long confided
him?but the voice ol a free people ?vdl soon call him
Unies that Kentucky?the Union shall hear with pride, to
a station that none but the repre.scnt.-tivc of free people i
Dnn'l Carpenter, Esq., in behalf of the first district co
mittee, offered the following preamble and resolution!
Whereas the result of the elections that have taken pi;
within the last year, not only in this Ciiv and State but
nearly all parts of the Union has proved one very startli
fact, namely?that the triumph* oi our opponents have ?
been through the correctness and purity of Un-ir principl
tliereby adding to their numbers tlissenters from the i.-r<
Whig I'artv, but the cause may be trncrd simply and sol?
to theiapathy und luke-wannness that have prevailed in i
Whig ranks since the death of our lamented and bclov
President, Wna; Henry Harrison, a very large number
whom have remained at home instead of excrcisiug th
ritrhl which the Constitution ?o richly guarantees to the
ami which, us American citizens they .should be proud
perfunumg. They appear to forget that the right of s
trace i? not only ? privilege, but a ?buy laat every ut
owe?, m his country; the non-perfunnanccol which may i
only place a minority in power, but eventually be the mea
of dt*stioying the very basis of our institutions; the fi
ffibric of which was reared at the price of tbe best blood
our ancestor?. Therefore,
Resolved, That we most earnestly call on all true Whi
throughout ihe city to be up and doing, and nul t'> negl?
that duty which they owe lo iheir country as well as pan
Resolved, Th.1i the Alderman and Assistant Alderman
this Wnid be requested not to vote for any person to till
Office within tbe gift of ihe Corporation who it is kno.vnh
neglected to exercise that dearest of nil rights in this o
free und once happy country?the right ofsutTrage.
After which ihe meeting: was most eloquently address?
by Mr. Moultnn, who concluded with an allusion to tl
.?-W of the West, whioh was responded to in the most e
thusiastic maniier; when, on motion, ihe meetingadjaurm
in a body io the ine?-liiig al Naiionnl Hall.
ALEX. II. Slll'LT/., President.
James L. Hewitt, \ Vlc7. ert,-is.
h RANCIS C. >N ITTENBERC, >
John Benson. ?c a, ,^..-,..
Mark Fowler, j gg^ ?7 u
TJ'M?xth Ward.?Ma meeting of the Whig Ele
tors of the Sixth Ward, held al Monroe Hall.ou the evenir
f>fthe 6lh instant?tbe meeting was called i<? order bv H \
.Merritt, Esq. on whose motion, GEORGE BRI Ce.,Esi
was cal.ledi to the Chair, .-.mi E. T. Lew is and Ahm. I- a:
DON.Jr were apjx?inle?l Secretaries.
Tbe Chairman of the Nomtnatiug Committee reportedli
following Ticket for Charter Officers:
i-'nr /IW?-niion...CLARKSON CROLH'S. Jr.
<t?mtoHt....RteHAKD H. ATWKLL.
CoIiVetor.-..'.OWEN W. BKENNAN.
Assessors.... SAMT EL ROOM E,
MART1N 1. WATERS.
Whi-b Ticket was unanimously approvetl by the meeting.
On motion ol Andrew Pash; Esq. a Ketirmg Comnuttt
of three was appointed to draft Resolutions tor the consider
ation of the meeting. .,.?,? ??
Whereupon the Chairman appointed the followmgigenUt
met? ?ai?! ? ommiitee?Andrew Fash, Heury W. Merritt an
I Ahm. Pardon,'Jr. , . ? , ' ..
Tbe Committee reportCtl the loi lowing resolution?, whlc
were uhaniinon?ly adopted. .
Revived,Tbal the uameof ClarksonCrohus, Jr. i?ut itse
a ho?l; thai he is identified with the Wbitf party in tbe ol
Sixth Ward; that in placing hi? name beiore the Electors a
a candidate for Alderman, ihe Committee have met the wishe
i of all the Whigs hr the Ward ;?and that we will Use ai! lai
?ml honorable means to secure his election.
Rnolvexl, That in Richard H. Atwell we recognize ;
thorough Wing?an intelligent, active and worthy nmen
and eminently capable ol fulfilling thedr.iies ot Assistant Al
derman??ml that we pledge to him oar hearty ?up(x>rt.
Resol-.-ed, That the names Of John Heath and Sainue
Roome are justly the pride of die citiittbs of the Sixth Ward
and that they arc men who the Taxpayers must be satis
fied are eminently qualified for Assessors.
Resolved, That Owen W. Brennan iswotthyofourearne?
?t-.piH.rt for Collector.
Resolved. Thai Mfssrs. Frk and Water.? are well qualifiet
for the ofheeof Constablvs.
Re lohc./.Tbat we heartily sympathise with ouropponenU
in their mhftrtune, that al this (larticular period the Collec?
tor of the Cftv Revenue has given to the voter? of the City
a practical illitstraiion of the Loco-Foco doctrine, that " ti?
the victor? bvlong the .s|v>ils"
Resolved,That the nomination of.'. PHILLIPS PIKKMX
lot Mayor, meets our hearty and entire approbation, and
shall have our energetic, thorotUTb *nd undivided supix>r!.
OEO. BRUCE, Chairman.
E. T. Ltwis. I s-.c-tarics
A Pardon, Jr. j m 'l7 u
TT Her en get-nth Ward.?At a meeting of the De
mocratic Whigs of the ??evtnteenth ward, held at tbt
Renn- Ciav H?iusc. pursuant to the cal! of the Nominaiim;
Cnramittee, to bear their rej>ort of Candidates for Chattel
OrScers t<* be sapported at tlieensuing Election?Mr. GEH
AltD STI'YVKsANT wa? calle?! to the Chan. Messrs.
James Gillespi?; and James Goodwin were appointed a?
?istant Chainneii. and John 1). Bi-htnktt and Isaac Day
Ton were appointed Secretaries. On motion, the call oi the
meeting was read.
-Mr. William W. Dibblke then presented and read the
*?<-l?ort of the Nominating Committee, pronosing the follow?
H1? Ticket for the support of ihe Democratic Whigs ol the
?H-vrntcenth w^r.l at the approaching contest.
For J ?derman.JACOB -V0 K E tv
Collector.WILLIAM H. SIMMON'S.
Assessors.*' EORG E W. G K E E S
.JONA W. CONKLIN.
Constables.JOHN L- HOFFMAN.
.JOHN L. HYE1L
"hich rep?)? was unanimously accepted.
The uamesoflhe did?rent candidates were then severally
r^??d to tiie tncctiiie an.l each candidate unanimously uc
The following resolutions were also reported by the No
?ttruuing Committee and unanimously adoptrc" :
Rru.'.veii, That in Jacob Ackbr, our Candidate for Alder
amo, we present to the Electors of the Seventeen Ward a (
::ian who is of them, and with their in leelin? ami interest?
vliose political or ;if?rvoi.aJ integrity was never doubted?
who bas b?en a Whig ?nal! weather and the most devoted
when tbe ?kies were darkest; nnd we ask them to rallv to
.? -..?r-pt-iri as one who. ott*-n tried a.irj proved, was never
found unfaithful or unworthy.
Revived, Thai in William Phillips, nur Candidate for
Assistant Alderman, and the remaining candidates on our
Ticket, we-pre*enl men of un?ullied worth and fidelity;
?*hoin private life have proved ihemse.ves worthy of-in*
confidence and ?apport of ih?ir fellow-t itizens, and who. .-,
whatever public -Uitions ihey may tie rali-d to fill, wili
tl-orou?hly redeem the a?u ranee? thu? river.: and webere
by pledge ourselves P>r tiiem, that ?felecied, not one of them
?balldisgracethe honest citiiens ...r'nur Ward bv dabbling in
pipe-Invmg contracts, or lead-selling robberies.
Resolved, Thai to the Whigs M-iyoraby Convention i-rjr
?hanks ar?-erninentlv due fur ??avine pre^-nted for our suf
'"jare a* candidate lor Mayor the name of J. PHILLIPS
PHOENIX: and we hereby heartily respond to that ??ortion
>! tbe Address ?-?wed by the Convention, ?A-lierein they term
him " a man of uusulli-d integrity and exemplary conduct
in all tiie relations of lite, and' whose every emotion is iden?
tified with the prosperity anil creatne?.? of New-Vork?
ivhose energies und whose mear.? have been ever freely de
i-oted to her we? being." And we hereby pledge ourselves
that in case of his defeat, the fault shall not !,->? ?aid at the
loor ol the Whiffs of the Seventeenth Ward.
Resolved, That in HENRY CLAY of K??:ituiky we bail
with srladness and pride a Stnt.-snian without tear, an.l a
Patriot without reproach, whose whole Ufe ha? been <|eyo
ted, in ?f-asons boili of peace and war, to the eminent a?.!
successful service of hi? beloved I'ountry?whose principles
and measures arc those which in practice would promote
;he welfare of every section and class of the American peo
;ii?-. And we iiiok forward with joyful hope to tlie d?v
??- hen i,is election to tbe highest office in their gift ?hail be
?:i.- signal lor th.- hammer again to plv merrily on tli?- anvil
-wh.-n Hi.- plough, tin- shuttle, and " the engine shall give
testimony by their increased and well recompeased activity
to the commanding genius, wisdom and beneficence of th?
Man Ol tlie People.
Resolved,That in the coming rontest our Rallj-ing Cry
will I.e. Retrenchment mid Reform in the management of
tii" municipal affairs o? t?,(. citv.
Tin leite,-oi the Honorable 'Henrv ('?avio Hon. George
E. Badger was then, nU motion, read u> the ineet-n^ ami
enthusiastically responded to with three cheer-.
Mr. Thomas Wkhstt.r then offered tlie following Kesoiu
iions. winch were unanimously adopted by the- meeting.
Resolved. That we rejoice and are gwd "ot the Domination
m J. PHILLIPS PIRE NIX. for Mayor, tlie sound, up?
right and intelligent Democratic. Whig", possessing the hi?h
qualifications for th.- Chiei Magistrate o? the Empire Cit'v.
and having given him tbe long pull and the strong pull, we
now pledge OUtSelvi-s to giv? him ihe triumphant pud, the
Resolved, That the nomination?- for Charter Others pre?
sented to tins mu-etinfr, meet our entire and ln-artv approba?
tion; they shall receive, as they most justly merit, our united
and vigorous siipp.rl.
Resolved, That our thanks are due and are hereby ten?
dered to tin- Nominating Committee (or the able and failli
ml dischargeof their important trust.
Resolved, That the burthens imposed upon us by Ixko
Foco misrule and corruption, are mtolorable, and must not
and ??lall not be borne?justice demands,duty demands thai
...r- have a thorough retorrn and change ofotficers.
Ranhtd That haying buckled on onr armor we arercady
for tin- contest?our colors are unfurled?we go iyr victory
?give as Yiiul.*?? Doodle.
Resolved, That tlie, Loeo-Focos liaving destroyed the Be.
?risiry Law, increased vigilance and watchfulness are de
'handed of us to keep out illegal votos, and lo dottrel and
bring to punishment each and evvry guiliy offender.
Resolved, That while we sincerely and deeply regret the
retirement of Henry (?lay from the Senate of rji? United
Slates, we do rejoice, ami we will rejoice, in the bright and
heart-cheering prospect that tlie 'lay is not far distant when
ibe Fanner of Ashland, like tin- late lamented, ?.cloved and
venerated Farmer of Nonh Bend,shall be brought ?n glo?
rious triumph lo the White House m Washington, and.placed
by a gratetul people in the Presidential Chair. It is writ?
ten ns in letter?, of living li.tht, that our next President ??
' ' Ilarr.u of the liest:
Mr. TV E. Tomlinson was then called o|?>n, and ad
? I esscd the meClingi and hi? remark?. \vre n-ccived with
the most . uthusiaslic applnuse.
Mr. Robert II. Shannon then addressed the meeting
with great eloquence m the subject <>i t!,>- coming contest.
li : motion, i in- proceedings were ordered to b< signed by
the ollieers and published.
And,on motion, adjounied.
GERARU STIVVI-SANT. Chairman.
JAMES GOOD.M \N. ( . ??.., , r, ..
JAMES GILLBSPIeJ**^1" l C!"'
JOIt.V I) Brill'NKTT, / r. .,.?,.;...
Isaac Dayton. <>"" ?-???
'}Zj' Courier please copy.
PdRT OF NEW-YORK, APRIL 7, ?B42.
MINIATUKE ALMANAC.?THIS DAT
THE SUN |THE MOON (PULL SK.A
Rises 5 SG | SeLs U ?UjKises 3 j2 | South 'J 3!>|ev. 7 11
LONDON.Mar. ???havre.Mar. 1
LIVERPOOL.Mar. 41 nBW-orlEans.Mar. 23
Ships Hellespont, Ellis, Havana, Siiotlbrd, Tileston ?k Co.;
Mit lay Swan, (Russ.) Holstein, St Petersburg, K. Fiedler.
Barks Nashua, Perry, .Marseilles, Boyd ?v. llincken; !?'.
dore. Springer, M mania.?, F. G. Tbursloii &. Co.
Brigs Laura, Durham, New- Orleans, J. Elwell; Page,
N'ickcrsbn. Boston; Elizabeth, Beaston, Petersburg, Vu.-,
?swego, Vates, Wnldoboro', Me., Breit .V Vom-, Elector,
Packard, St. ?Mary s G.i.. Nesuiith, Leed?, k Co: Sarah
Brown, Morion, MotiiU, SturgesfcCleannan-.Uurbam, (Br.1
itiidolph, Halifax. K. W. Newman: V'irgiiiln, Talbot, Port
Leon and St. Mary's, J Norton i. Co; Salmi, Meuell, Vera
Crui; Nesm.tb,Leeds iiCi1; Independence, Traque; Philad.
Sehr-. Hai riel, ?V?arstoii, Boston; AniL.Ch?ney.Newbury
pori, K. I*. Bach.
Bremen baik Constitution, Thorman, lODdays from Bre?
men, with m?lie. to Oelrich, ?v. Cruder.
Ship Hannibal, Scoit, from Canton, 11th Dec. with ind/.e.
m Whiiemore. 1? Co.
Sehr Antarctic, Tbompsau, 21 days from Demarara, with
iiidzc. to J. ?v. O. Laurie?.
Below?1 ship, bark und britf.
O' lYotic?;.?On and alter lids day tlie Eastern Steam?
boat Mad via Siohinffton and Norwich, will close ut ?il .:'
cpH?k, P. M.
Post Oth'ce, New-York. April 4,1312.
no lw JUIl.V LOKl.MEIt GRAUA.M, P. M.
TT AuctiOR lVot?ce.?Stock of Webb's Campbine
Burners?Monday, April I lib. at 10 o'clock, at No. 418
Broadway, corner ofCan?l-strcct; by order of the Assignees,
a larj?? and complete assoitmeut of Campbine Burners, ol
Webb'? unrivalled patent, of various siiesnnd kinds, adapted
to parlors, stores, hotels, workshops and manufactories; also
a great variety ol Ola.?ses, Shades, Chains, Kilig?, Stands,
l'.-de?tal.?, ! lor?.-. Wajron and Harness, and almost e-\rr\
convenience for carry-in? on ihe Lamp Business, Those
.vishing a supply ot Lumps will *o well to attend ilrs sale.
Terms,cash, current monev.
h7 4t WM. W. SHIRLEY.Auctioneer.
TT 15oar?Un^.?A lew gentlemen can be accommo?
dated with day board ami three or lour with mums in addi
ttoii at No. 12 City Hall Place. The ?iiuatinn is extremely
pleasant and accessible; and no efforts will be spared to
give perfect satisfaction. a7 2w it(2)
On tbe 3d inst. by tbe Rev. Edward Fraier, Mr. Charles
Jimaierson, of Port Chester, N. Y. to Mrs. Hannah Slarer,of
hi? city. *
On the 31st ulL at Sl Luke's Church, by the Rev. Mr.
Forbes, Mr. Ebenezer Reed, ol Stamford, Conn., lo Miss
Margaret Louisa Culhell of this city.
At Wallon. Del. Co. N, Y. on tlie 30th nit., liy tlie Kev. S.
Wash burn, Kev. Silas Fitch. Principal of Del. Liu Inst. at
Franklin, to ?Miss Mary A. While, ot Walton.
In East ?Newark, T.o-?a Co.. N. Y. on tbe 27lb Februarv.
by the Rev. Mr. Brooks, Mr. John Tyler, of Utica. to Mi?s
Charloite E., eldest daughter of Uriel Howard, Esi?.. lt?te o?
ISOu Tues?iav, 6th ?> ?t. Col. Lewis Storms; (father, of tbe
Commissary General.) in die 7.1.1 year of his ace.
Very suddenly oh ihe 6th inst.? Mary, wife of John L.
Brower, in the ?Mb year of lu-r ace?
(hi the 4th inst of consumption, Sarah Abrahams, ?econd
daughter of the late J. W. Abrahams.
On Wednesday morning, 6th insL of convulsions, Augustus
Franklin Greenkaf; need 16 days, only son of Franklin and
At Fairfield, Conn., on the 6th inst-, after a short lunes?,
Nancy, wp,c of Slurges Thorpe, aged ?:?>?
C^ILK GOtDDS FOR CASH.?CLARK,
k_r SOUTHWORTll ?t TILDEN, No 64 Cedar-street,
near Nassau street,.are now receiving an entire new stock
of Silks and Fancy Dry Goods from aoctioa and recent im
portallons, which they will sell at a small advance on the
extremely low prices at which they have been purchased
with rash. _?" llni>>
CONFKrTIONKRY,"wholesale and re?
tail, at the lowest prices, at 49 CorUand-street, .V Y.
A fresh lot of Maple Sugar, at ?> i-er Hi. An alio warn?'
N. B.?A Girl .vante-! for housework. al___
C~ARD l'Rl.NTING?Cheapest in the
United States, on tin. Statio?ier>' Halt Card Pre?,?, in
operation at S4 WalLsireeL Orders received at ?A? Pearl
? a!UIJ4>Vall-^t,t- DAVID FELT L CO.
fKITANNIA METAL WARE.?Tea
Sets. Tea and CotTee Urns, Castors, Lamps, Com
nvon Ware. Cothu Piales, ice. ?\ic. manufactured by
Messrs, Leinard, Heed J- Barton. Taunton, Mass, and war?
ranted equal to any imported. For saie by their asent,
anicu ?iu yATH.?? \viTHERELUJr.ai2John-sL
O?D" S CREWS.?The New-Ens.
7 land Screw Co's Brass aad Iron Wood Screws.
.-arraated superior to any imported. For sale at their
Warehouse. 112 John-street. _^'_
4 "NEW \\ ?RK??The Bible Compau
ix.iohr-By the Rev. John Toot>-Tius (iay received <-nd
tor lale by SAXTO.N 4: MILES^I? Fulton-SL ill
Z.?U \ D ? ZEN Shovel, Fork, and l loe
? ) \ ' \) Handles, of the best manufacture, for sale by
S7 6t WM. H. WIGHT &: CO. j00Jobw-?L_
(T* HINA, GLASS and Earthenware at
V,' very low prices.-^.MERRITT iv PAGE. lw> Bowery ?
?iavejust opened a la.-gr varietv of new and handsome pai
terns, which, with their formerex tensive stock, renders their
assortment as complete as can be found in tbe city. Pnr
lias<?rs w^lind it an object to give tbem a calk a7 2wis"
np"? HATTERS.?'The subscriber ha??
J_ constantly on hand a Kill Assortment of Silk Plusb
vh.ch he oiTers'at verv ?ow prices.
:? Jruis " THOS. P. CKMMIVGS 7.' PnP *t n#ar Peari-J^
^5 f ??/ v'r'or '*? of Sidney Coe.1, imponed expressly
:,\r family, tu?, sellinij in lots to suit purchasers. ApplysJO
mH ist'f J. IL CLARK. 44 Water???.
AFET?rP?NJ? and Eastern Money
wanted this dav, nl the lowest rates, by
JOSEPH L. McDUFFIE.57 Wall-sL
(jf (opposite tbe Courier V Enquirer od.ee.)
who ha.-, a rompiete apparatus a:rd nn.l?TS5an?J> tbe
ab:.ve basin?-??, run find empiovni--n: a: C W. Peab*- ' ?'::
riofjty Sbop.'-ti?" Broadwav. "For sale, ?pecin ?i? of Ge?
ology. illu?tratnig the Lect?rrsofProC Lyell. Also; G?*?-?
iogiial Cabinets.; aTSt
M~ ERRY\S MUSEEM for Api il is pub
iished arid for sale !.-? ?' ? ;?"-, riel ?"
Sketches of the Manner-, c . ,: .. ?t of American In
?i';--.ri-i BtmerfliesrVoyage??, Travels .:-.. i Exprriaice? of
Thomas Trouer: Herscbd,tbe-A*irjnomer. an?) ':.'? T-l?
scope; Peter Parl-Vv New Sttnic-i No HI'; Truth and
Falsehood, an Allegory* TheCbinpanse: The ?iugar Case;
i Dialogue on Polttene?*- the Date Tr?-,-- Varieties ?f Drew ;
K?^I^s and other .Matter?: April; The Prophet: Jeremiah.
Siberian Sank Hunter' Return of Spring; Puzzles: Let?
ter? ir?n.feack and Bloe-eyed Friends.Sec. J?c. i-c Tee
ri-.-?-;it "?&?- i, <rnbelli?hed with a beau::::.! ecgravin-.
'-1 be H'-irpSj JEa-_-!?," printed in colors.*
T!i.- above popular work, One Dollar only r^r ?nnii m In
advance. BKADBl'JiV. 50DEN k CO.
_J^_127 \.-i.-?aa.?*, N y. and io School-st. Boston.
1OOTS and SHOES ?elJing o65at cost.
' C. MEAD. S'?j Grandi corner of Norfolk-street.?
11 i- immense ?took of Beots and Shoes, comprisip." one of
thelargestacd bot as?ortm?<r.t? of work forTetai?'n?. that
can be found mi tie- city; ? now sellm? off a: Cost, to clo?e
tb? concern. Th* ?ub?eri?rer invites alltfet wish m piir
chas* to i all and seer?the tallest bar*ramsev>r mFered n
Boot.? and Shoe?. P!,-ssr recoll?e?, a: C. MEAD'*-.
;" [m S4S Grand-su. corner of Norfolk; N. V.
ROOTS .v Stf?lS FUR CASH ONLY.
k.jr The snb*cribers have on ban-!, and are constantly re?
ceiving :rr.-'? ?.:;.- manufacturers a good assortment of Boots
and shoes to he sold vprv ?ow for rr.-r.
'?'?>'?" Imis* _ C.'CLARK Ac Co.. G Liberty street.
"VCH^ an?l Scalp?.?The Large?n. the
' , Clieanesi and Best asinnm^nts. nr" tob? fo'jnd a?.
A. <:. BARRY*:*?, 14G Broad*vay, corner of.Liberty streeti
upstairs. Firr. Premium. AM. manuiartured from ladies'
and gentlemen'shair; not less than two inch?*? lon^. ne?-kia.
<?????, bracelets,earing?, watch L'-jar ??, rings,' awl Lair work
of every description, ai lmis
T.V S ? ' R A ?V ?~\ G?TN .^^Tl?E^Thl
.a. Manhattan Fire Insurance Co. No. 5*> Wall ?:-??:,
with a capital of 5250,000 dollarsvwel! sei nrrd r>n real ??suite,
continues to insure buildings, furnturc. m-rchaniliie. iir.
Sicagainst loss or damage ?y fire. Los?e? prompUv ad
j'Wed. ' SA ML. F. MOTT, President
T. Bull, Jr.. Secretary; a: 2wis
riLLIAM B. MEECH! William B.
^MEECH.? F. r ?ale. low, the above person's due
hill for $44 33. As icw-as eiven for monej*:lent, aswell as
work, uissupp.I it will be paid before long. Applv to
TWOS. W. acton, ?n Mercer street, one door from corner
"i Fourth ?ir?.-?-'t. a7 La*
?LITARY GOODS l.elow' com. at
JL. 84 Maiden Lane.?The subscriber having relinquLsh
>.*d the military business and remot-ed hi? good? from If?-)
Broadway to 34 Maiden Lane, now offer? to s-ii hi? entire
slock?consist?s g of Swr.r.l?. B.-li?. Sashe?, Epaulettes,
Laces, Buttons Plumes, Musket*. Rifles, i.e. fcc. below cost.
Tailor? making uniforms.otficers eguippinr themselves, or
perso.vs purchasing lo ?< !l again will Ho well t?> call.
a7 if _WM. HINTON.
P O I? A I. E NTS.?A latly who is keeping
a Boar?':!!?- School for young ladies, would lake par?
lor furniture fr^r ihe payment of board and tuition ofone or
i wo pspils. The ?iiuatif)n .s a? beautiful and healthy as any
in the city. French is tbe language of UV house." Refer?
ences of ihe tir?? r?-;.?'. labilitv will be given ".n application.
Address a. /... Upper iv>?: off! ?>?. v? ;ih rr-.il name and ;'!a.
?! residence, where ii will receive immediate attention.
jTi ElVTEEL BOARDING in Brooklyn?
v.? The -ni... r -i, j- having leased tiie new an.I eletrant
Iwnise No. .'I I I'earl-it, will be rea.lv on the 1.' Mav t'i re
.???? .. i. .? ? ?, steady hoarders. The locati?noi the
?..?m., ?s v.-rj drsirable, being within a few minutes walk
Ii. Foi further information, plea?eapply loJohn
? -. ? . -.. risen. Jr. ;,i the grocery, corner of l'?-arl and Til
. ? r at So. 7 Wallstreet,N. V.
aT lw- AMOS SMITH.
\fl IL L IN ER V G (.) 01 ) .S.?.STEV~E ??
Tfi. i. GRL*MAN,;93 Reaver street, two iloorslrom Pearl
-tie.-t. New-York, w-ould r?->pectfully invite merchants ami
milliners visiting the city, io call an.i examine their stock -'<
Millinery ami Silk Goods. Their sio.-k i? entirely \KW.
and ha? been selected with the utmostcare. Havin" ?-ni'-r. d
the market ?arlv, they have had llie benefit of FIRST SE?
LECTIONS fmnvtiie importer? and auctions, and having
biiiight their ?goods ihr ra?b. they believe they can oder, not
only tlic cbenpest hut ihe best selectetl as<ortmenl of goods
in tlieir line to lie found in ihe city, it i? their inienuon to
kc?-p cou?!ai,il" on band goods ofthe mr>?i fashionable kinds
.nul to do busiii?-.?? oh tbe <"A*?H SYSTEM, believing tliey
can niake n an obji-ci to lhov waniine goods in their line,
io patronize tbeit*-inswid of ihe credit bou?.-?. Thev'rcly
entirely on ihr cbeapnessof their eo??ls lor patronage. Tlwy
attend the section sales reLr?ilarlv un<| do '.'.'I >o?ie greal
bargains winch they will sell M a triflinsrfldvnhcefrom ?-'.?t.
Call ami see. isTEVENS .?. GRUMaN.
1. M. Stevens. )
S. E. GRUMAN. ) mil .?m:?
OTATIOXEKY AT GOS?.--Tiie sub'
KJ sei -?her has in connection with hi- slock of Book?,
winch be is now -elling oil' at i"?:. a general assortrsent ot
fancy and common Stationery,consisting in panol cut-glass
Inkstand?, pi.iiu Inkstands', agr??t variety; Addison's an.i
oilier n lauufaci tirer? ?il ver Pencil?, some a? low as 1.? ?il each,
mounted senuinesilver; Wallet.?and Pocket Books,AVait*rs,
?teali?fg Wax, L?-tter Stamp?, Motto Seal?, Pocket Memo
i riii'lmn Hook?, ice.
To Teai-iier.? ot Drawing and Painting;?The subscriber
would respeclfully call the attention ol ibosi- who are in tin:
habit of purchasing Water Colors, Drawing Pencils, Ac*, to
his assortment ol NewmanV Water Color?, in boxe? and se
peint'.' cakes, some put up in elegant boxe?, with lock and
key, and sold by the single box at cost, also senamte rak.->
it the cost by life dozen. Also, Drawing Penen?, manufac?
tured of pure Cumberland lead, and retailed at 25 cents
-ach. will be ?old at \2$ cent?; abo, Drawing Pencils at a
I"?? price. Pen Crayon?, Camel's Hair Brushes, India Ink,
Indian Ktibb-r. Whatman's superior London DrawingPa
per, Bristol Board, performed Bristol Board, i.e.
Uso, un liand,"Note Paper.?, a great variety, somesplen
did patterns; French Letter Paper, W'ha?nai?'sLoodon Let?
ter Paper. Also, a genera] assortment oi cheap Papers, ol
lilTi rent kind?.
Tbe public are respectfully invited io call and examine
bis stock a? be has made arrangement? to go into other
businefs, he ha? come to a d?termination to close his stock
b? Ihre tin- first ofMav. lie ihere'?re thinks an opportunity
seldom oiler.? to purchase Book? and Statiqnerv at retail at
?ucb very low pnces. U. II. TINGLEV,
1891 Broad*?, nv, opposite John-st,
N. B.?A variety of English Portlolios, somt \erv hand
?onie. _ _a5 1?viS
AKDWARE, Cutlery & Fancy Goods
ai No. in (?Id >-l.p, N\Vork, three dtvirs east of Pearl
sueet?EDWARD CORNIN.G?? CO. are receiving by late
arrivals from England a large and wel-selected assortmeni
of Hardware and Cutlery, which together with purchnses
at auction make their stock well worthy ofthe attention of
those who are purchasing for cash or cilv acceptances. The
prices are much lower than usual. In addition to iheir
stock of Hard v? ate they oiler a larL'?- assortment of S writes
Iron Cut Nads, and English Iti?se and Clasp band-wrought
Nail?, with ihe usual assortmeni of heavy Hardware Goods.
Purchaser? will do well to call and examine their goods !.<?
iwre purchasing. m?o Unis
? O OK - K E E PI ?G^T-T he Co u ntlng
Rooms of C. O. ."Tliir?li, N Cedar street, continue
0(H-n from 9 A. M. to 'J P. M. in order that merchants and
others may ?vail lhemselve?of a course of in?iruction that i?
truly practical; one that embraces a complete routine of
commercial transactions and mercantile calculations ; and
one in which tbe student actually keep? a set of I ?ink? in a
counting bouse. To ib?se who are unncqiialnted **jth the
a<lvertiscr'? reputation, be desires to say, ?iat ids principal
work on book-keeping Ua> |>as?ed into ten editions : mat it
receive? the preference in tbe New-York Public School?,
and other large institutions; and that he himself ba.? the bo*
nor of being re-appointed teacher ol book-k"?*ping for the
"Mercantile Litirary Association" of ibis city. Prospect
nsrs, with term?, may be had at the counting rooms a.?
alv.ive. mu? lmis
HARPER'S Cough Remedy.?Thomns
W. Harper's celebrated medicine of ren vrar's stand
ingfor the cure of Coughs, Colds. Shortness of Breath, D'uS
ctuty oi Breathing. Asthma, Whooping Cough, and ail
classe?, of Lung Complaints, ba.? been pronounced not only
by those who have been benefited by it? use, nut by a
large number of our most eminent physicians, a? the best
medicine extant for the relief and cur?? of those distresring
complaint-? A n-n ?poon full will give relief to the most se
verv cough, and oue bottle is sufficient in most ca?/*s to el
feet a cure. For sale, price one shilling, by Mr?. A. HAR?
PER, 57J Bowery, at the drutr ?lore ?y Bowerv. comer of
Walker st.. and by ihe dirlercnt agents throtighout the city.
>URL?C CAI'TION.?Since the tie
cease ot my brother ai S7S Bowery, a no-.orioy? ?? t of
ounterfeiters have determined at all hazards to defraud me
of my right in the medicine called '? Dr. Taylor'? Balsam of
I.'.vi'rwort," without any reirard for trulb, Ju? tice or decency; I
and to give plausibility "to their base assertions they have the j
impudence to take my affidavits and certificates, altered
them lo read in Uieir favor, when they wurv ciireclly the
conirnrv. and exposed ibeir fai-ebood";?not content with
robbing'the ?ick of their money, but they trifle with life, by
imposing a counterfeit for the genuine, which is only maje
in the city ai 341 Spring-?treet' bv the original proprietor.
fonnerlv S7*> Bow.-rv. Ali other? ar?1 spnn?as. Btrwar-- ?.;'
the connterfeiters! Obtain that made at?-?l Spring-sL. tiie
liilvtrue article made m this city.
Agents?ol Main-street an?! 19 Fulton ?trt-et. Brooklyn ;
116 and ?? Broarf-st. Newark : Rt?dding, S State-?u. Boston:
J. Han. Easton. Pa
Price. lan;e bottles >^.r.?\t size f ?. smallest site 50 c?nu.
FEVER AND AGUE ct'RK!).?Dr. Le K*y'? Indian
Ve?etab!e Tonic is warrantetl a certain cure for F-.-ver and
Ague Sick Beadacb?. Pain inthe Face, Ner.ou? Debility.
Palpitation ofthe Hear., and pcnhVs the blood. For twenty
vears it kas been used bv the inventor, and ne?^r ?jnce
known to fail Price ?1. So'ldonly at 241 Sprin.'-s:. Talnc
TlT?~KREMLIN7nI Broadway, cor?
ner of Thames-street.? This splendid e?tahh?hrnent
?s now open for the reception .>; ;!ie public, having been
ritted up asanelegani re?ort for gentlemen dy?irocsot sp*.-nd.
?,ng a few hours at leisure in the practice of healthful evr
cise? and airrveable relaxation from bnaaess p-jrs^;-.?. Two
?eoarate salcsins are rtted up as Billiard Rcs.im? and Bow?
ling Alleys : the ."""st contain? four very superior tabl-s, and
the second four excelleat alleys. Each salcon bas tbead
vaniage of a rine figbl ami plenty of room, a d is furnished
in ihe'rnost superior stvle. Indeed no pain? nor expen?? r-.as
i>er-n ?pareo to place The Kremlin up??n a tl?oting. in point
of attractiveness of tiie nio?t mailing re?pectab;i?ty. The
?)r?.>prie'.or?-. it: inviting Gentlemen to visit th-:r establish
menu be^ to ass-ur-ihem that e?prcial r^card will be had lo
their accomtnoilaiion and no espen>e will be spsirvtl to irive
satisfaction ami make them pencciJy ? a: hoiue.'
Korraerlv proprietor of Mor.tconierv Hal!. Moot., Ala.
' ' GF.O. A. THOMAS.
Late Book-keeper atibe Aster Hou?e.
TO BE LET?The ?tore 111 Broadway, adjoinng the
Trinity Church Yard, suitable for any business and lavora
blv known as an ol? and rxvular stand.
'?Uso twelve or iburte?n 1- i.-h.mshi:d ArAKT.ME>Ts lor su.
-le Gentlemen, which will be let byih? month or oUierwye.
There i? a dining saloon upon the European plan, connect?
ed with the Kremlin where meals will be served at all hours.
CPRING GOODS. Spring Goods.?The
v.* traJerst-gned" is prepare?! with bis usual extensive as?
sortment of SeasTmable c;(k-v.!? m rx-cute orders t'ct Gar
iflen:.? ?n a style which will c import with any boose in the
Trade, at prr-< which pi:x nSer inducements to the? pay
in;- ready money.
Attenuon :? solicited to the sty!? of Par-raionn? turnished
at this establishment, a- partie :?r care i.? directed to this
drpartmi r.\ .?-:'.!; :h<- c --r f a :,r ? -r.;:r- satisfacdon.
T?..~? wbo :.a??- experii-ijced asy difficulty :s p?-ttinc
suited are .-i??::-?: that 1 mperior?t can always be realized,
French and English Cassimerr* in a ?rr*>a" variety of new
pitlem? just received. The as-or.mer.t of Vestihgs which
tnTp ?o mech ?atisf?cnon through the ?a.?: Sprint: an.-. Sum?
mer seasAns w>>! be kept a p.
French nn.i Enr!;??: CI )tl ? ? super and medium quai.
tie? for Dre-s an J Fr-?ck Coats always on band.
Fancy dress article*, including Silk and Satin Scarfs Cra?
vats, Hdkfs., Gloves, Hosiery, Suspenders. Shirt*. Collars,
ice. at usual moderate price?! WM. T. JENNINGS.
Late Lyhde 5c Jenn:ns>. 223 Broad?*?.
m24 ?mi? ' American Hotel.
BRO\V^~&~YrqUHART have just
received rmm Auction?
3 case? EriiriL-li Calicoes
2 " Moussvdir.e de Laine*, new ?tylr?
2 ?? Mourning de Lain. -. 1? an-i 1? ?'?! per y ir i. .? - ??:
6 " Cantor. Siik Shawls
Several sorts Broche Shaw '.?
Abo, a jor..! assortment real Cashmere Shawls, all wool.
Al?o, a complete aew assortment of Lace Go ?!?. compris
incr fancy Cap?. Cap La,--?. Tarieren Laces, B?rderings.
Edgings. Lace Veils, vc BROWN .V URQ?HART.
a?) ?w?? 231 Grand-street,formerly Vnnn's.
fi.OTJNTRY"; 3Ier?ha?its and Families
\_-' are iriv:;?? ? to;n?p?-ct the new ?lock ot seasonable Dry
Goods ju?t rec-ived fr.>m Auction and now oflered at pre?
sent .-asi, prices at BROWN ,v URQUHARTS,
afi Iwis 'C?l Grand-?L
V LARGE and well selected assortment
of fashionable SPRING GOODS just received at the
NEW-YORK CASH TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT,
M2 Fulton-street, near Broadway.
Compriring a great variety of super West of England and
French liiaik and fancy colored Cloths; French E!a?tic
Do.-?kir< an i oilier Cassimeres; rich patterns 01 (hncy Silk?
and CballyVestinr??, making a very *e?irah!e assortment tor
gentlemen to ?elect theirSprir??: and Summer Clothing from.
Our purchases are made exclusively, for cash atthi present
extremely low p?\-<s, which enables u? to supply our cu?
tnroers on such term? a? cannot fail to me. t the view? ol t!-,e
most economical. We have in our employ theb.-?i of entiers
.11..: ??i! [ruaran.y our garments to be equal in quality,
style and eli-irance to any bouse in ?he trade.
Full suits farnishod at twenty-tour hours' in.lire.
Punctuality strictly observed in filling orders.
Term?Cash on delivery, and im abatement in pri es.
ro26 l! J. c. BOOTH,;; Agent.
\< JES?Lacea?Ribbons.?Gap Lace
_ 3'cent?; Cap Ribbon? 6 cents, BonneCBibbans : shil?
?'.ML'; Lace Muslins; Quillings; Inserting:?: Collars; Hal
-. V>- Millinersaiid Pedlars-supplieo at
LEEPER'S, corner (?r^n-l and Christie streets,
?it ?mis and 233 Grand-?..
LOOK AT THIS!?Just received from
auction, and mr ?..!?? m Willet Hawkins's Store. NO.
501 Greenwirh-strect. lot of Spool Cotton at I cent per
?t"".? ; lot Bobini t Lace .it 2 cents per yard. !..t best qua! ? ?
Silks al only 4s6d; lot best quality Hat Kihbons ai ?';.- ;..
yard; lot Linen Drillings al 1- ?I peryard: lot tine Satinets
at only 3s 6d; lot Pearl buttons at2^;cents per dozen ; loi
French Muslins atonly 1? peryard; lot cooil Frwnch Prints
alls 3d peryard; lot line Chine Prints al 16 cents pryard ;
lot fine Lin.-n Di^p.-r n; is ^.-r yd: lot large Broche Krencl
Shawls at only $5 50; lot nne'Unibrellasato?ly 5s6d; bi
fincblack Cassimere at 3s 6.1; lot Fur Hats at 12?- lor men's
Frock Coats at 18s; lot Carpels atonly 2s Gd; lotsquare
Net Lace at .?.I peryard ; lots "i Riblious al only3 c>-nt.? p.-r
yard?for sale in Inr^e o: small quantitiesai
_ WILLET HAWKINS'S StorejSOl Greenwich-.?*.
a6 3r ,')t!i ?tore below Spring-street.
TT.MRRF.LL?S and PARASOLS.
V^1 M?CDONALD k BYRD would call the am nti n 01
Merchants aud Dealers to tlieir extensive assortmeui "i t'ni
lir?-lla?, Para-ob and Sun-Shades, which they otter for ?me
on accommodatiat; terms at then establishments27n p? .-.??.
next door to the Fulton Bank, and 156 P.-nrl-'t. t\?~ doors
rbove Wall-streel mil Imis?
UFFALO, Cliutoii county, and all the
Safetv Fund B.ii.k?; Biso, James, O?ean.SL Lawrence
and nii toe free or red hnck banks, taken without anv ,1..
| count for cloth, cassiniere?, vrstinsr?,rlani.el?. V-. at tbelowest
ca?h price, at -131 Greenwich street, near CanaL
Bennington money taken at a small discount mSO ?mi.?
?VKW CAK'r?t STORK.-'-The sub
J- ? ?cribers beg leave to Inform tlieir friends and the pub?
lic generally that they have just received a new and iresh
stock of Goods, consisting of Carpeting, Uil-Clmti?, Uul'-?.
.Matting, Druj.'i?'ett.s, Bain-s, ice, with every- oilier article
connected with lb*- trade, which they oder to the public ni
the lowest cash price?, without pretending to seit 1.5 p.-r
cent, cheaper than anv one else, but will guarantee to -ell
a.? low a? any nn<- ?or cash. Those wishing to purchase will
do vreii to call and examine our ?to<-k, where they will find
the most choine patterns and ihr hestofcolors.
WEBB j? MANNING,
a2 lmis 452 Pearl-s-t, 3d CarpetStore from Chntliatn.
pkKNrii cV (iKR^lASTra^icTi^Hls,
?*rv low for caslt?A complete assorrineht of Comb.-,
Brushes, I'eri'uuirrv. Joseph Gllloti'sand other .??1..-I Pens,
Cutlery, Hooks and Eyes, Pia?, Needles, Accordions, Pock
et-Bcoks; Silk and Leather Purses, Bead? and f'.e;. | Bags
Mud Purses, Spectacles, v-.. togeihei whb a general assort?
ment'of a U ?inicies in lin- dIhjvc hue ..: i.ii?;nrs?. Country
merchants are re?>pectfuUy iiivited.r.' .??ill when visiting this
city, and examine the ?lock, rts it :? believfd thai unu?ual
inducements are otTered, at C. II. DARLING'S,
m-1 Jin 74 Maiden Lane and ? Lil.t-rtv-sireet.
\y Subscriber .? now opening in? Spring assortmenl ?.:
Carpeting, consisting of Bin?'.-!?, :t?r??- ply, superfine and
fine Ingrain; an assortment uoi surpassed in tin- city for
variety of styles, figure?, kc. These sroods have I.n or?
dered expressly IbrtheSpriiig trade. Tiv- greatest care b;.?
been observed in makin?; selec?onsol ?ui ii goods a.? can be
confiden?y recommeuded for-durability and permanency of
Also, a large assortmrnt of the diflerent kind? m Hall and
Stair Carpeting, Tuned.loor Hug?. Door Mats, vc.
Also, a handsome assortment of Painted Flour Cloth-, ?ill
Families altout purchasing any of the above described
?rood? are respectfully invited to call.
7'? East Broadway. 71 Divislon-SL,
ml2 Imiscod? lictween Catherine and Market-sts.
.1. Bu\ton. Jr., Auctioneer.
FANCY SHELL WORK &c?B'uxton
L i. RING w ill ?ell at auction al the ?tore 131 Chatham
square, on Thursilay.at 11 o'clock, ? large invoice nf ?u..e
r.or shell work enclosed in rich stained glass and gilt frames,
a beautiful article for parlor ornaments. The work is su?m-.
r:or to anv ever before ...ferr-l tor ?ale in this ? ity. Some ..'
the pieces are thesame which were exhibited at thetairof
tl e American Institute, and received the first premium.?
Also, 2 piano fortes in good order ; a small invoice of good
houseUota taniiture, cotisistin;'rf 2 sofas, full French bed
sti-a.J?, hureitns, iii.iii,,Ki,?y chairs, i.e. : also, an invoice of
table CUtUry, n. h revolving castors, ten travs, plated tea
urn?, girandoles, candelebras. Also, niusicnl instruntt-nta,
emtar?. violins, Antes and accordions. a*5 2t
Bv P. II. Gerrish. Auctioneer. t?~$
A UCTION NOTICE.?Handsome Fur
L V niture?This Day (Thursday^April7th) at in o'clock,
at No. 3 Hamersjey, near Beiltord street-th? household and
kitchen Furniture, all warranted city made, consisting ol
Piano of v.-ry tine ton.- and the best manufacture; t-l-iraiit
Bru??el? and*.Ingrain Carpel?; Kurs, French mahogany
and can?? botlom-Chairs ltockers; So:',i?. pillar^dawajid
dining Table?; marble an : nrabosrany top centre Tables ;
Pier <;ia??es; Pictures, Lamp?. Plate.j Ware, Oil Cloths,
?v..- being the furniture of a family breaking up bousekeep
?CTION NOTlCi:.?Elegant Parlor.
SX. Hall aM.i Bedroom Furniture.?On Thursday, 7th
;n?t. ?t m o'clock, at ?"1 Wa.?t?ngtoii-streetj Brooklyn, a ?u
penor assonment of fasbioaabie Furniture, consisting of
Bruv?.?l?, Venetian and Ingrain Carpet?. Oil Finor Cloths,
lar-jre P'>r Glasses ?? by a feet, marb?e top Centre and tVer
Tables, one superior toned Piano Fort-. Mahogany Chairs,
.?vifa, eie.jniit Mantel Lainj-, Girandoles, Mantel Clock,
China Corlee, Tea and Dinner Sets; Tea I'm. i?ory ban?
died Knives and Fork?. Fire Set?, Kjl'?, lb"!?, mah iganv
marble top Drtssine Bureau, mahogany P'renci: B'-l?-,?*:,
maple do.. Bed?. Maltresst-s, Wasnstand<? xv?n.??w Shades,
fancy Chairs. Crock-ry. Plated and Glass War-, writh oth?-r
articles worthy the attention of ??iu-?ekeep.-p; and other?,
bem;; m ?*>o*i keepiuir an?! but a ?bori dm? u???d.
aT If JOHN SNIFFEN. Auctioneer.
RE V7j.~C~? VERT?Dea7SirTlri3lay.
j 1841,1 was severely attacked with aninfiamrhation
01 my r?;l?: ?umr. am! was confined from business 5 month?.
Since thai rjtne I liave?u*fer?-d much pain in that lung attend
ed with dilBculty ol breathin?; and very severe coughing,
during which time I raised a great deal of putrie-1 matter. I
believe I was on the border of ihe Consumption. I wa? at?
tended by rlinereat physicians.but ?ili to no purpose. A'?oui
six week? ago I got a bottle of your Balm 01 Lite, and I am
nappy to say that mv pains have subsided. I am entirely
rel?-ve-.l of my cou^b, and with the eicepiiou of weakness,
I feel about as well as I ever did. I ha?- great couridence
in v-our medicine :?r diseases of the ?unir?. Yon ar- at lib
en'v to do witli Ibis letter as von ?ee proper.
31- "DERBEY..V.... 23 3pring-;t
New-York, April l?t. l?4i
For sale bv J. Cover?, li? Nas-as streit ; aL?o. tor sale at
?A2 Water s?; ?10 Broadway ; 10 ?\stor Fb-use; 56 W3I1 a;:;
street- 73 and I on Pnlton-street, 77 Ea?t Broadway, 645; and
771 Broadway; 6J, 1-K** and 188 Bowery ; 23 D-via.on-s?,
ui- ?hv? __
JATO HE 3 AND" JEWELRY very
/ 1er*-.?The subscriber rs selling all descriptions ol
ifi.id and silver lever, anclior, >-scai?eme?t. If-pLae and ?erg?
Watches, Diamond Ritirs. P'ns. Gold PencH?, Keys Uc al
retail, lower than at any other place in the c:ty. Golc
Watches ?s tow as 30 to 40 dollars each. Wat-rbes aad Jew?
?-lrv exebamred or bought
All watches warranted to keep good time or the mooey
rttsrtj?-xL 6. C. ALLEN.
Importer of Watches ruitliJewelry, wbcdesaJe and retail. 3C
Wall ?re?*t. no ?lairt_djP Isti"
?NT?STRY?Wim. Thorn, Dentist.
solicits the attenuon cfihc?se who wear Artificial
Teeth, and tnose who may nrauire them, to his method of
snpplying the maxillary-*family. v:-_ the t?-ein. Knowing
that there a a disagn*eabie uste in the mouth of those who
indulire ia aci.is. resuiiinir from the action of the acid ?n
the iroid platK. in all cases that admit of it, he insesl? teeth,
from one ta a ccrrapiete set. without us;h2 one particle of
metal of anv descrrplion. . _?_
a7 Ira- ' TT 84 CH-01B??S-STRE?T
THE RAINERS have the honor to an?
nounce that :*-ey w:,i; ^th n?t more Conceit atibe
???-:- ety Library on Thar-s-iiy'E-. er-.mj. Arr-.i 7. .P. M. woet
aii *D?.r mo?t popul?r piece? w3l be -ur-.g .-.v.-r jgain.
Tickeis 50 centstn be isa.: at -.be Mu?:c Stores ami a; :h<
doors. Concrn to commence a: 5 o'clock. at
pRAXD COX CERT.?Mr. Wm. H
v.3 Oakley bn? the honor to s.nn-.s-jnce to his friends and
' ? public that I. s w a Grand Vocal and Instrnment
? Coscrrt *tth< Broa?lway.Taberoadesc?Tbursday.Ev?i
? ? ig; April 7, a??i?te<! hv ihe tallowing eminent talent;?
SERAI THORBECK the ct?ebrrate-lW.wt?m" Haoover.
Germaire. w i? r;iak>- :?.:- rir?: appearance in this coantrv :
LOUIS'WIEGERS. the celebrate?: Vkrfmist. ?. Tor
beck ukI P. Weigenjwill perform a ?...-?ind Concertsr.tr Du?
et : Mr. W. H Oakley w;? sir.g ?w.e of hi? tn<est favorite
?onr?; Mr. R. Mnnsonabd Mr. BeMri have kiadlv volon
trer?,-i to ?>??;?t on t?.? ????ca?:rTn. The Choruses will be ?;;?
tamed by :!.-* Choir of the Bro-dway Tatremacle under th<
direction of Mr. George Andre*??.
p. Chora??Glory t" ???I in the Highest.Hellwjg.
-. Solo?In Native Worth, hv Mr. Oakley.Hay den
5. Chort;?? o -?:.?: Beauty Lord a;\-e.?rs!.Moiart.
*-. s ;.^?i on? der die Lillies, by Mr. Mun?on ...TopInT
7. Chon??0 ?lag to Jehovah.German.
- -II ?? : n the Cradle of the Deep, bv
Mr. ( laklev.J f. Knight.
.-. St iin II indo forthe Piano-Forte, by il. Thor
! eck.'.D. Sleibeit.
10. D;:et~!)rv:.? ano Gohah.by M.-vsr?. Benne't
!!. Cborti?L?! He cometh.Havden.
1. Die??H. T!iorl...ck and L. Weij-rr???irrand
variation.?Concernante for Piano-Forte
and VTolin.CG. Retssiger.
i. s ill?Comf*rtye my People, by Mr. Oakley.Handel.
;. Chorus?Now elevate the sign cfi Judah.Hayden
4. Solo?Holy, Holy Lord, by Mr. Muiison.Han.bl.
;, Sentence?Holy ? ?it? Lord.German.
r". Solo-?Tbe n;.!"Se\ton.by Mr. Bennett.Ruisell
7. Chonii?O bo? lovi |y ?s Zion.Mozart.
8. Duet--The M- *? mger Bir.i. by Two Yohng
:'. Chorus?Hark ' w hat mean tbo?e Uoiy voic.i?. Gr-nnan.
10. S Jo?Sound the Trumpet in Jerusalem, by
Mr. Oakley...Himme .
If. Choru:?Glory beto Go?l.on High.Mozart,
N. R. In order to give good riTect to the Solos and Cho?
rare?: they willb? accompanied by a powerful Orchestra.
Professor Alpers will preside at the Pinno-Forte and Or
?jan. Tickets 50 cent?, to admit a gentleman an?, lady, ma?
be. bad a: ?.!-.?? Music Stores, and at the Door on the eveu ni;
of performance- a6 2t?
Se. und Series of
flAMATIG Readings an<l Imitatious.
MLs? CLARENDON has the honor of annonncin-* to
? - friends, and the citizens ofNew-York, that she will ^;\r
i Sec nl Series of Dramatic Readings, at the New-York
So? iety Librar*.*, Broadway, on Monday Evening, Apr-.i ?I.
Pertormanc? to commence at R o'clock precisely. Tickets
50 cents, may be obtained a: the door. a7 tt
p RAND CONCERT and Exhibition?
\ J Tlii? evening (to commence at B o'clock, precisely,)
i ; every succeeding e.venine ihranghout ?.he week, J.
CLARK will present ?n his Gallery ol Fine Aris.No. 281
Broadway, opposite 'Washington Hall, the additional
ittractionsof Vocal and Instrumental Concerts for-which
ri ,r:..>-^ ?uch alterations 'nave been made as will give
-.be andienet a fn!! an?! uninterrupted view of the splendid
Pa n; ij? am! ofthe performers at tliesametinie, thus com?
bining the novel and delightful attraction ol a.Gallery
Fin?; Ait- an.! a Concert, both ?l tbcrbichest ability and ex?
cellence. Amonij the professors engaged .? Signoi-| Bini. the
inrivallvd Guitarist an" singer, wbowill make bis first put>
lic ipnearanc? on this'occasion, and siug some of his mo?t
i?? : Im an airs. New music every evening^
Adm;?.?ii.ii SO cents. Tickets to be nad at the principal
nius c stores and a: ?he Gallery.
N. P.?The seats being numbered, they will he reserved
for tli?- corresponding ones on the tickets, which ii i? there?
for- advisable to procure early. a5
4 MERIGA? [Museum, corner of l*foa?rl
.' * wai andAnn street?P T. BARN'UM. .Man:iL'?'r?
K\ KKV 'DAY AM) EVENING THIS WEEK, com
menciny on Monday, April lib. .Mr. Winchell, ihe Comic
Droller ist, will play his celebrated langhable pieceentitled
Olil and Young Nick! with specimens of VentnioquLsm.?
Also, i.?. taughaliU charactersof Chailiam ?ir?-^t Aucti??neer.
Belty M?dagain, the Irish Itinerant; The Yankee, preen
finm down east, i.c-ice The invsterious Gypsey Girl, In
lier wonderful performances; Mr?. Penson, the popular
vocal -t from the late National Theatre. La Pctne i ele?te
ivill dance the Crac-vien?-. La Bava.ten.',and otherdan?*e*.
??'all- m Nuii-ars. with real wnter, Pnenmatic Railroad;
Albino Lady;: Fancy Glass Blowiog; G.and Cosmorama;
m : 500.0? 0 i-i.iri'isitie?.
A splenAid Day Performance take? ?darr t^vrry Wedne*
.; i\ and Stnurdaj afternoon. Admittance to ihe whole if.
c.-:it?-4. Ini.lr*?n half price. a'4
PEALE-S New-York MUSEUM.
Mr. HARRlNGTif?N; the justly celehrated and un?
rivalled VentriloQ,uLst and singularly gifted Magician, foi
five night? only.
Mi-4 Carolina Riubini, the sweet little duet and solo
?<i[iLr?ter. relative of.I lie ereat Riubini.
Mr. Ausiian, the d:\ertini:. merry, quo er comic singer.
Duets, Solo.?, Ventriloquism, Legerdemain, and Wood*-r
ful Flymg Machine, in the lee ure room every evening tin?
Splendid PAY PEttFORMANCK even- Wednesday and
Sainrdav. at ;i o'clock P. M v
MES.MERETIC EXPERIMENTS by Mr. Peale.
The largest anil rate?! collection in the world of Origina!
Portra?tvof distinguished American Wort|;?>>?,
DACCKU?.KMTYPK LIKENESSES taken in ih? ciosi
?cientir - manner and ji moderate prices. Admittance to the
whole 2? .-eni.. ; children half price. a3
; f A NT ED?A Partuf^in a well esral?
lished Land OlBce. * capable amn with sj.?1?
i- accepted."Apply at 13 Dmcb*st ?7 It*
\\NTE1) tin- day, 4 Cooks, 6 Girls
for general housework, I Chambermaids ami Whi
.i' ? ii ?? Otfice,:75 C .tul??. a7 it
AiS'TED this flay. 2 young men. from
It: to 13, one for Grocery and the oiiier for R-fei to?
ry, at Cuy Office, 75 Canal-st. a7 It*
W''A XT El.)?A Journeyman Tailor lo
v * go to Poughkecpsie,to whomgtxxl wave? and con
?tant employment Will be given. Apply at Register ami
Agency Ofnce, 310 Broadway. r-7 It
/"A.NTI'.D?l'y an experienced Farmer
ituation to take the charge of a farm, or ?ork
m ?J ir?-?, in the vicinity of New-York. Please apph <e
i; ???. 75 Canal-st m7 J'.*
ANTED?A Situation as Cook and
Laundress, by a respectable young woman. Ap?
ply at No. ."7, con ? er of (?rand ami \Voo?i,T-street?. Ila?
the very best ot reference for capability, honesty. Ate. 7alt
'ANTED?An active man as Partner
with $1000 cash,; intake an interest in a manulhc.
lorv that will clear $300fl per annum. Address Mechanic,
Tribun? office, with real name, will he nttended t ?. a7 It'
VVrANTED?A situation as chamher
7? maid ami ?eamstre?? i.y a smart girl, or as gen
era! bon?einanl. Has city nierences for capability honesty,
i.e. Apply at No. 1*? Second Avenue. ?7 It
J ANTED?By a lady, of two or three
years' practice as teacher, a ?ituation ai assistant;
or would not object to lakhi?: charge of the female depart?
ment of a ?iniii school in ?>r near the''itv. A small compen?
sation will satisfy. Address L. W., Tnbnne otfice. a7 lw
WWTED??t .564 Broadway, situa
tmiis for American, En;r|.?h. Irish Protestant, Ger?
man, S.-oich and colored Servants, families in theritv ar:<I
COonlrv c^n be suited with trivwl help for anv r.aparitv at
thisoffice. T. ELLIOTT, Proftrietor. a7Stls
^X^AXTS Employment at the Ternjier
f f anee intelligence Office; 77 Na?.?au-st. Farmers
married and ringle ol cood recomroenda??ns?1 Coanhman,
I Waiters, and fev.-ra! LaUirers lately landed from Eng
i land Wales. Employer? iiirnistied gratis. a7 It*
r.NEOHM VTIOX WANTED of Alauson
.1. Plumb, who ?eft H'??ick. N. Y? alioui two years rince
He visited a brother of his in the western part ?fNew-York,
and left there intending to <?o wi>t, and has not been beam
from ?:nce. a9 3tW
BOAftD.?Wanted, a parlor and bed
n^im attached, with or without board, by a small
family, coiisistinji of a ?ren'Jeman, lady, child and nury.
Location below Canal-street Addres? E. P., box >I0. (Jp.
per Post-office. _ a7 3t
L'T*50X"S lutel!is;ence Office, Number
??^i Prar!-str?tet (2 tfil
ILE STT? LE ST?D?. E. H umphr?y-s
Vegetable Ointment, for the Pile?, FUsure?, i.e., an
unfailing remedy ; aL?o, for cracks in the ?kin or mucous
membrane, nlce?s-. of lontr ?tandin?. braised or incise?!
womids, boms andscaldsV; We are ?nfoimed that it never
has aile?l to cure ihe pile?, when retrulariy app'.ei). Nu?
merous certi'icaic*) can be seen by calling on Mr. (.'overt.
sole arent for New-York city, 131 Nastau-st We publish
one ofthe ir.anv we have on hand :
" To the Public : This may c-rufy, ?uii I have been af
rlicteii with piles for more Uiaa ten ycan> past, an?i had paid
a great deal of money for medicin??s, liniments an?! oint?
ment?, for it? cure, without benefit?until, recently, 1 have
;:?.-?! Dr. Humphrey's Vegetable Ointment, which has ?/?
forded me complete reiief; and I have do hesitation in
?rating it a.? mv bebef that it wiil ?nfalliblv cure lhat di?
:re?#.in?r malad'v. CHARLES ELDUfeD, Merchant
" Auburn, Feb. 18. PJ42."
J. Covert, 131 Na.??au-street, sole a?rent for die city ?TNc-w
York; al?o for sale bv A. B. it D. ?sands 79 Fulton-street;
Alfred Hill, 208 Gree?wirh-st: E. M. Guion. 127 Bowery :
.Marcus Hurd, 196 Wa?bii:<rton-street ; W H M?nor, ?9C
Broadway; John Syme. 63 Bowery; L. II. Church, Jly
Peari-?t; Samuel J. Stewart, 75 Fuitoo-?*, Brr>jkiyn: Dr. E.
Humpbreyf, propr-.e'jir, Auburn. a2 2wLs
LE EC H'?sTLEECHES ! !?C?nTtam
ly on l^nd, receive?! fresh e?ery new arrival, a ?a-Tf**
sopptyofgood sire, healthy ."iwe?ishand German Lesc???"*
lhat will bite quick. For ?ale by the thousand, Uuodred. or
dozen, anri put up in tarfso as to be iraasported with safety
?.o any part of trie country.
'.'" l?e--ches applied by a competent person at any time.
DAVID SAND? Sl CO.
Wholesale and retail Dru^?*u.t?and Cbemists,
a5 2mi? 77 East Broadway, corner Markel-sT.
THE"~\\*7^~:thev"Go.----The way Dr.
F.'s Worm Can?Jv goes- is a cauti??D to ail the vermin
tcai inhabit children and adults. Tte way bi* Diarrhosa Cac
?iv ?joes a a token of its efficacy in all bowel complaint?.?
The way his Dinner Candv po?s i? s comfort to all dyspep?
tic?, and the way hii Cathartic Candy fjoe? is a caution to
For ?ale, wholesale aD?i retail al 13.5 >aa?au-?t. under Clin?
ton Hall. ??2 -*''*
?G ?RON.?60 tons No. 2 Cold-Blast
Charcea! Pi? Iron, for sale by .
NATH'L W1THERELL, Jr. 112 John-?.
ri \ S, D Ka PKR, :?.
??r.-.-e si Will ,?ur?-?tr--t-t comer ni P-?>??xr??
PEREMPTORY SALE OF FRENCH GOODS-FOR
.\; 10 o'doek, .it Ifce Aucnoa Room.
F.-.SNCM C?ood??100 case? ... Freuen Dry Goods, just
:.;ir>">r?rii p*-: -..???e?; arrivais, eorp isuig * u?t desirable as?
?.?.-iinei:'. ?'.' l*?ijioc3ble as : v-..?,-..? i..e goods.
Ai??', i?. cj.?e? comprising black, writ.? and ai-bleacbed
cotton hose >md bah i> ...
v..??.. ??? c:ir..<r.>:c:r*? laces of the u;<*st ?elect and desira
A - . :Jt'?.H> cotton nrifiges
? ; . .'-?? ?:;!?! ?.-.?npirs un it:?; nioraim; of sale.
Viso, ....i-.-- the in?i ection cf the wardens of the port, for
recount m" tue nnder*writtrs. '.?inisi?ed on the voyage 01
A.--, ? case French crape.
Also, : case Tarieton Muslins
Also. : case bl i?-U ?>????'. ?due black Cra??e?
a i?.-., at 12 o'clock, ou a credit of w days, lot approved
t-: cases new ,-.nd riegan: Par:? fancy silk vesting* of very
TO LKT <-R LEASE in the vOIage of Jamaica?I.?pa
..? an : ? ittvenieot Uoose, with a large court yap), gar
i ;_-. ...?.-. greeu-bouse, ic?- house ?Ve. situate?!
rilbin leu minutes walk of ibe Ra itroad Depot. Tbe
? ?-. m ? arc .. perfect order, any will be let with five acres
>( ?.iw<!, or more ?f required.
For particulars; inquire of SIMJEON DRAPER. Jr.. New
'. bi ?.. or of the ?uL>?cr:!w-r. .?:i the premises.
W.M. R. GRA CIE.
w. c. Haggeny, Aoc?ooeer.
BY JullN HAGGERTY & SONS.
_Store 169 Pearl-streeC :_"_
B\ r". COt CON ?v CO.
TUESDA V, April 12th,
At 101 o'. !".k. at ?M2 Bast Broadway,
F f h nit r re?Tbe furniture of the house, consisting mahy
hairs, solus, pier nod centre table?, dining do, large pier
i?. ?. Brussels trpets, ruba pattern very rial, mantle lamps,
-.i.ul,-i..r.i?. ir-v? :?g bureau?, mahogany bedsteads, Isplvn
?i.tpiiio forte; crockerv and glassware, beds, betiding,
; ..??-asters, matrasses, marble wash ?lands, toilets, i.e. togelber
with the k:t.-?-' n furniture.
WEDNESDAY; April ?Sib.
At 10 ivrlo.-k, nt .?.> Madison street.
By order.of the Executor:?Carpets rugs, od etotb, ball
amps, list stand, malt* clairs, mdU-s,,lool??ngglasses, mantle
lamps; b-.fs and bedding, crockery, Cvc, a general assort
iH'ni of household furniture. Also, a quantity of carpenters
?ools. which, will t-e ?old in lots *
?Jo*iab Richards, Auctioneer.
BY HANGS. RICHARDS & PLATT.
Store ???S Broadway.
Wm. \v. Shirlev, Auctioneer.
BY ?Yiu.i.xM "W. SHIRLEY.
?alcs Room No. 6*4 and t-'t? Na*sau-?t., near Maiden-lane, for
Pubiic and Private ?ales of Furniture and
FRIDAY, April ?lb,
At li'j o'clock, .ii the Auction Room,
An assortment of valuable Furniture, rich Tut Gins*, line
?i Goods ind Cutlery, rich Waitersand Trays; Lamp?.,
nul -.iiriou? Cbiua, Glass'and Earthenware, worthy Hie uo
ce of buvers, as ?-de? rhustbe made to iai?e cash.
SATURDAY; April tab,
U in?, o'clock, at the large stores No?. ?M and 6G Nassau-st.
Vn extenslvi aisortmentol ?roods uow arranging, in part
rich; China, Glass, Eartbenwure, hue Cutlery and Plated
Ware, vw and second han.! Furniture, ?kc.
MONDAY. A ni llth.
It III o'clock, at store No. US Broadway! cor. of Cinia.-st.
The stock of Webb's unrivaled Camphene Burners, of all
tes nid patterns. Storeke? p-r?, Hi.tel?. Housekeepers
i ml Mauuiacturers who want bargains will do well to at?
en.1. il?sale ? positive for cash, current money, by order of
? .i?. _mw... Also a ??rent?? variety of glasses, sbailes.cliain*,
' ii',-., ?tau.l? and pedestals, and ?< now wagon ami harness.
TUESDAY, tpril l.'tn.
VtlOo'clock, at tlie large store No. 50 Broadway; next to
the Waverley lion??-,
? to 500 articles of valuable Cabinet Furniture^ embracing
all articles required to furnish house. Sale peremptory tor
nsb.onaccoaiitef whom it may cpucern Goods packet
or shipping at mod?r?t?? charge
THURSDAY, April Utb,
At 10J o'clock, at hoii?e l\"o. *> Gn-enr-st. near Spring.
A general and neat assortment nfFurniture in good Order,
embracing kitchen, luisemenl, ? parlor? and o bedrooms ?
. atalogucs .1! auction room on Wednesday, UJth.
N. B.?Out-door Sales personally attended to at moderate
ARsTlAL'S SALE?By virtue of a
Landlord's Warrant, 1 w ill expose for sale to ibe
vk-iie?! bid 1er, on th? premises. No. 2y Coenties slip, at 10
?'clock This Day. ibe lollowine, arli'.les
1 hhds London Dock Port wine.
I quarter cask do do
5 demijohns do do
1 Counting House De?k, Stool ?md Chain
2 Slat Partitions; a quantity of empty Hbds nud Bbls; a
?Otof glass Bottle?, Skids, Tin Pump, ?'? pi on, kc. kc.
i7 It- _ J RAMSAY. Marshal.
/ 1 H A N C K R Y S A !. K?Under the ilirec
V-^ lion of Joiiu A. Sidell, Mailer ?:i Chancery?of valuu
ile properly on the ?lariem River in Westchesler County.
Will he ?old at B-issford's Hotel in tl;e village of Foidh?m,
m ibe 1 till dav of April, instant, by Jaiuer, M. Miller it Co.
Vuctioneers?The Farm formerly belonging tn_ ibe lale
? hnrles Hadley, situate on the Weslcbester side of t!ie Hsr
aem River; near the Farmer's Bridge and on both side? of
:;u- road, leading; 10 Fordhpm.
The farm consists of about '??* acres and has a good, *ub
?lantial farm souse, two siories htirh, ?uli the neces?n'-yout
luildings, Uwiil be sold onadvanwgeousterms, which will
be made known at ibe sale. A considerable portion of-the
purchase money may at die nption .-i die purchase, irmaiu
m mortgage for two years. The place is 18 miles from tbe
? iiy, ami .iliout one mile from the Railroad Depot ai Ford
lam, and immediately eastoi tbe Kingsbridge U?teL? New
(cork, April 7. IK-1J a7 dtAll
J"!S CHA SC E R Y?l'iefore the Vice Ch-in
.3. cellart?Prederick Penuj President of the Mechanic*'
innn'nig Association, vj. William L Degraw and ot.iers :
lu pursuance 01 a tiei-rei<d order ol" ihe (^ourt of Clinn
:ery, made in tl e .i!>. ve entitled cause, will he soul at pub
? ii tic lion ?n.der the direction of tbe suiis?;ritier. and 01 tlie
Hasters ofsaid Court, i.y WHIkins tc lodlinn, Auctioneers, at
tbe Me'rchaol?' Exchange, in ibe City ol New-York, on
ih-2.iui day of April instarit, at 12 o'clock, noun, of that
All that certain j.arce' 01 bind, situate, lying and being in
die Sixth Ward ..: the City of Brooklyn, in the County of
Kings, bounded .md described is iollow??Beginning at
tbe nortb'Tly.corner ci Union and Clmton-streeu, in said
City.andVunning ihence easierly along ?aid Union-street,
nuetiu'idredand ?Lttv-five feet; thence noriherly-in a line
.; righi angles with Unlori-L?reet one hundred feet ; thence
? ?i-terly in a ?in*? parallel with Union-street fifty feel :
thence northerly in u line ai right angles with 1'i.ion street,
?me hundred feel to Sackelt-ttrvel ; thence westerly along
??ackett-sireet swenty-nine feel .?r?.J tliree indies to Bed
?look Lane ; thence southwesterly along Red Hook l^ane
<o Clinion-stre.-t, thence southerly along Clintou-sireet
?bree fuel to the place of beginning. New-Ytira, April 6,
WILLIAM W. CAMPBELU
' 2awtd.? Master m Chancery.
"TO~EK?~Ple"a?aiit Rooms and Of
? fices No. ? Wall-street, corner Broadway. Apply tu
? it J. M. ELV, ?2U Fulton street.
Tolj-rr?A Part of a new riio~
.,^_ d-rn built 3 story brick Hou*e,toasiiiali respecta1 de
[?unity without children. The renl would be low. Inquire
it i-ii'i Grand-street. a7 ef
Ask;A (?iiKVV BARGAIN.?T?T'Ex"
?y?.ffl change for Dry Goods, twn 9 sio-y line brick lious<-s,
...m niarble mantels, well finished. Apply to
:?7 ?r> A. P. SMITH, lb' John-st. upstair?.
GlWCr??tS' 'and Feed H tore To Let.
A good ?lan-l and low rent, with lliedwelling ifde
Applyto PETER A. H. JACKSON. House Corn?
ier di.d Collecting A^et,i, lirj Nassau-st., at 1 o'clock.
TO LKT?From ilie 1st of May next,
.the upper part 61 a nein two ?lory brick House, ?Vo. 4
1 enire.,tri-ei, ?jetween f?rniid and Broome, coiiALsliug
ne parlor. .1 bedroom between tue parlors, and iwoberP
..oins in the garret, one of which contains a fire-place. In
,ii!te of E. II. KENT, on the premises. a-1 lwis
F< )R ?A LK?That very desirable plat
_of ground, ?ituated at tbe corner of Laigbt and V'ar
?ireet?, fronting on St. Jolm's Paik. ?>emg ?> fe*t, 23
n.-lies. 00 Laigbt-^treet, ami So feet on Vanck, widi the
Church thereon. For particulars enquire of JO.SEPH
MEEKS; No. ?1 Beech, or
.i7 if SA ML. KOOME, 121 Walker ?f.
^fl| PASS A?C HOT F L TO LET.?This
??j?? old and weU-esLiblished ?.land will b? let or leased
fora Public House or Boarding School. It is pleasantly
?ituated on tUe banks ol tbe river, about three-quarters of a
mile from l"as?air. Falls. Inquire of
C. M. GODWIN, ) v ,. , )
RUSSELLSTEBBINS,JWew lork' / Executors.
A. CODWIX, pHtersm, )
or of SA.MI'EL MCNN. Agent, C2 Wall, comer Pearl-st.
Patelin, March -i5tli. 1342. ni25 Imis
AAWILLIAMSBL'RG Property to Let
iuUJH an.l for sale.?To Let, two conveuient new Brick
?Jweiiin^-Hou*ea on South Seventh ?ireet, ?near the Feck
Siip Ferry landing ; a Store an.l Dwelling on Fourth-street
.-orner of'South Sixth, and a larj.'u douide House with Gar?
den, ?.a,, on South Eisrhlh-Siireet, one block from the Ferry,
1 very desirable residence, and an eacellaot ?ocatirm lor a
r'x?d Boar.Jiiig-Hou.sc. Reni toodeWe.
Also, for suie, a lew handsomely situao-d Building Lots,
n?-ar the Fern-. Apply to THOMAS MOORE,
South Second. n*-ar Fourth-street, v\ diiamsbarg.
TJ7' Tbe Perry: will t>*- running by the 20th instant
7tii Apr.:, 13-L?. _ __flL*Ll
? g*5 rVFOR BOSTON', via NOR
^111 JHTimT W'CH AND WORCESTER.?The
.*??n5?f=*77rVcKSTER, CapL W. \V. c-it, will leave Pier
No. 1 Battery Place, (North River,) This Afternoon,
(Tbnod-ry) April 7, at .5 o'ciock.
' So ferry nor change of cars on this route.
Ticket? can be obtained and berths secured at Adam? it
Oo's. Expreja Qriice, No. 7 Wail-st. a?
m DA\'?D~L(JL\L?POB, at theLolli
pop Hall Pr?s?, baring Felt very sore at J. Brooks'e
Yankee' Press, established at No. 57J Bowery (opposite
1 ne Theatre). J. Brook*, oui of compassion for poor David,
?1 the dog-day?are fast approaching, will leave bim arvi bis '
wbir?g?g Loiiipo?* Uall machine to do the ??s?t be can, but
?inly advises the public not to lie guile?* by lying and 000
-ense. The ?Yankee' Press is a beaut ful r?acbioe, and the '
?.est invented, aitiiougb it does not pretend to outdistance
?iK^n pow^r; nor doe-? J. B., like htm,treat Yankee !nj?c
luity with conienpr, but only adv?.?es tnem to call at 57J
Bowery, where they will ?? v,ve their 1001^," be bonestlv
itralt with, end get good Card?. Ate. of ever?,- tint and shade,
equal to the best, and as cheap a? they ?sill pay for rubbish.
^10\ fc)L, but true-?They say the way
Dr. F.'s Medicated Candies destroy Worn? in chlld
rt9\ cure Diarrhoia a:.?! a!I KoweJ Complaint*, ?five comfort
'.? Dyspeptic?, and Pb-? sic ai! wiio want pby?icLng, is a can
tioB i all Quackju To he bad at 135 Nassau street, oad*x
Clujtsr. Hall a22wi?