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xi.W-yORK TRIBUNE.
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THtNKVV-Y(>KK WEEKLY TRIBUNE
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Great Britain.
rgrrespoadence of The New-York Tribune.
Loxjdox, 3d October,
Qgrtitstss?The general improvement in bu
^ of this country, mentioned in my last
I <ects. has been fully maintained. The Manu
V_?f4ni?Districts arc fully employed, both lor
. jjpplybf roreign and Domestic demand.?
toharvest is now all secure and the crops prove
^jcthan average. Colonial and Foreign Pro
# meets a steady and increasing sale ; there is
j.great advance in prices, but as old stocks arc
1 g clearing off, new importations will meet with
yjU prices, and an increased demand. The
jfooTMarket continues abundantly supplied, and
ante obtained on good security at very moderate
jg. The increase of general business has rc
iredihe market, of a large amount, but all kind
peculation is looked on with much suspicions
ydcapitalists look with much caution upon every
iierprisc out of the common routine of business. [
?: spite of this there is no want of schemes,
lift plans of all kinds, actively engaged in try
;7to gull the public; at present they are not
-?ft?5stul. Though it is but a few weeks since
^reccr-sof Parliament, yet some of Ihc leading
?ins of both parties arc very busy at Pro.
jci&l and Metropolitan meetings] euch active in
ta&ng their particular quackeries before John
'fail, probably to make up for their abuse or ucg
ict of his interests, when in their places in Pariia- |
I \hc Premier, Sir Robert Peel, has been endcav
j iQDg to conciliate Iiis supporters among the coun- j
I |* gentlemen, wh?c Messrs. Cobdcn & Bright
?ire been arguing the anti-Corn Law question to '
Satisfaction of larp;e audiences, both in town
jdcountry. All this looks like work for the next
<?ion; but the Protection party are too strong
a both houses to give any hope of abandoning
represent system of Coin Laws, though there
an be no doubt that the most intelligent por
m of the community arc in favor of a fixed
:aty; and if the two parlies in opposition would
locate that principle they would have good
lance of success, as very many supporters of
tie present Ministry are in favor of it. There !
xing now a vacancy in the representation of the
?it? of London there will bo a great tri id of
?enirth between the two parlies, and in such a
nstituency the. result will g<? far to represent
:cvcncral feeling of the country upon the qu< s- I
.onof Free Trade. The Conservative candidate I
?Mr. Thos. Baring, of the house of Baring cV j
tethers, and on the liberal and anti-Corn Law;
sde:is Mr. Pattison, also a merchant and once a j
Efniber for London. Both arc very popular men
ind highly respected.
The Queen, with Prince Albert and the Royal
Family, are now at Windsor Castle, reposing
themselves alter their Continental excursions.?
?Their reception in Belgium as well as France was
enthusiastic and is highly creditable to both
countries. The Grand Duke Michael of Russia
i-shereon a visit to the Queen, and it is already
supposed that her Majesty may extend her voy?
age next season to the Water Palaces of the Czar.
In foreign news there is not much novelty.?
Poor Spain is still torn by revolutions and counter
revolutions. Barcelona is besieged by the. Gene?
rals of the Government, which they helped into
power a few weeks since, while Madrid is placed
under martial law, for fear of a revolution in favor
VEspartero, or some other party as yet without
I name. In the mean time, the smugglers in the
! with of Spain are carrying on a large and profit.
;j ole trade in British Lr("'ds. This is a fright
"J state of things. Foreign interference can
?Elyend it. The revolution in the Italian States
'?'pat down, with but little loss of life.
The Repeal meetings continue and Mr. 0*.
formell receives the rent?they have had a sort of
fooaation show in which King Dan wore a
&Wn or cap, made to resemble one worn by the
Kings of Ireland?many speeches were made,
plenty of blarney. Besides thin, they arc
we most family porties, quarrelling among them.
?!?&> The truth is, the Agitators and the
Priests have taught the people their strength and
uey now hnd the pupils anxious to be masters.
?K'onncll will find he has raised a spirit eatier
wan he can lay it. The Government seem to look
"o,lettingtltem amuse themselves. Perhaps it!
is best When the novelty is over and O'Connell I
his bled the people enough?all will be quiet, j
^ be troubles continue in Wales, but active mea?
sures are taking to reraedv the grievances, and
were the matter will end." It is almost a local
"latter and more is known about it in London than
'n the neighboring counties. Yours, truly, W.
O Among the articles of carijo brought in the
Chilian fr*m Janeiro, to Boston, are a 1S0,0C0 tcotA
* - for rh? Ttemont House, We are glad to see these im
!?nMt Hide instruments introduced to oui Hotels. The
??aallongbeen eutertained that it is iulgar to pick ones
????the table, but the reason of it we could nerer per
I 1 ? To one with uusound teeth, notliing is more painful
a *>?o follow his men with his dessen while his dentals are
I J?W tightwith muscle. In Europe the practice of sup.
. '^tooth-picks at the table is universal. In the Southern
f : I J ^ of 11 would as soon forget Iiis sah
I ??shu caieof toothpicks. I? Inly they are usually
?"gfjellon softwood, thalyictds to the pressure with"
?fctog elastic 1.. England, where they can afTord cost
^famitureot every description, tliey are-made of quills.
? 'Wes.ue famous ^whittling, and we do ?otsee
Voo?i-picWs could not be supplied from Home Mann
Sad.?A Western Editor thus takes farewell
iii patrons 1
K Dear readers! with this paper c* ..
Wo! Ournuihber is fall lttU',< , ".*Y. r"" ."'^ of
Wd esublishmeut.' We ,UH .'.,.{, "' M(1 'rtl> *n' ??
?9U, shave off our whiskers, dun a (Z ?"J' ""r Coai "d
Ja. of ?,pawons,' that will |?iy~in prom IS S^d'
Jgmgfortogoto?,meotne, field Ptff o,S2 ^
*?ni>re extended, but it csiiimt well /M. ?? 11 ,n*J
Vkrjjont Asylum for the Lxsane ?The Sev
Jjfwual Repon is just pnblished. Bj the Repori the
^uwuun a|.pertr* to be tu a nourishing condition. 2't -,i
^have eujoyed its advantages the past year, 3S have be?i
Ttaarged, aud 136 now remain. Of the recec; coa.^ s? '
J^M. lia\e recovered, while ?f the chronic or old cases
?m33.; percent, have recovered. Tl..' terms are fixed at
?^wttk, or $10'.? p.-r year, if the patient remain so |0| ?
*ia?it?tioii. Patient* from other States am received on
?Hae tems as those from Vermont.
^Pwerate Outrage.?A brute named Levi
t!?1 V^tut evemnj; enticed a yonng man named Francis
al>0ttl 17 y*5"* "f *5e? ?mployed in ih.? s: ?ie ofj.
^"^y. ne*r tb?* h?>ad of Long Wharf, to accompany him
Ve' "poiMome specious pietenciv?. .ind when arrived ih ai
bridge, knocked him down, seized him by the
JJJ^d.searched his pockets f..r a knife, telling him at
,?d>d?*t,m'! "UtW!U^'"^ to kill him and cut him into
Mhi?C*i*e Thp lvl STru'-:s,<"^ got away from hi;n, and
^~*U 4 t?rB until mo.iiing. [N. JL Herald.
^Sb Ti' A" ^ryan J"'""Lriit down yesterday.
*?? r?."U.V ' 1" e'u,r?'f?"* ?keieton which he found "in
^iSSS^v"???- H*i'" ??">y ?11 die parts,
**?l \l1 ,N,ew,Urle;i"*. ?"d from there to theEastr
Jcl^C0TereHI VA ?V' djff*rent froal that has bten
0TtTe<1? ?cd weighs about 4,690 lbs.
fr> m, ?. CSt- Louiji Rq>. 10th.
WA We?ingonVife Fowler, Esq. in
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BF G REE LEY & McELRATH.
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BRIGHTON M VRKET?Monday, Oct. 16
At Market, 1700 Beef Cattle, 65(1 Stores! 4550 Sht
1550 Swine.
FiticEs.?Beef Cattle. -We qu
first qualit) $'\ a 4 25; second '|'i tlil'
2 50 a 3 60.
Barrei 1N0 Cattle.?-We quote Mess 3 I2j ? 3 25; No
I, i! 50; No 2, $2.
S1 ores.?Two year old, $8 a 13, three year old, $11 \ 17.
Shekp.?Small lots were sold from75c lo $1 42. Weth?
ers from 1 25 to $~.
Swixe.?Selected lots of Shears 41 aoje. Ohio Shonts
3 and 5c; Old Hogs, 3^, 3;. und 4c A\ retail, from 3 to (3;.
PHILADELPHIA CATTLE MARKET?0 u 19.
Be:ives. 1034 Pennsylvania olTfcred (including 154 head
driven ou to New-York); market overstocked, <md ..ahs dull
at 34 a 4j for ;infsrior to fair qualities; -11 a 4( for staictly
prime cattle- 70 left over.
Cows arm Cai VESi?300 in market; dull at $20 to 25; for
fresh Springers $12 a $1(3; Dry Cow., $9 a $10.
Hor;s.?630 iu maikct; prices ia:ig?d from 4 50 a $0 j^r
100 lbs; sal--, extremely dull, demand being limited?200
left over;
Sin !? p \mj L ?.?>![.<;. 3'.U>(? .??]';? red; ^.!r; at "'oz a ^1 'lb to
$2 25, ?.s in ;|U.ij:!_\.
imeiamiuiwn mm um
r..7" A Library for the People ofCcJorlia*
b.estrtolished al No. 161 D?ane street hi this nryr. ir con
r.iiti'; upwards of Twelre Hundred volumes .principally con
tributed by the New-York Philptnathean ana the Ladfer Lit
? rai v Soi leties nnder the direction of whi?*h it Hits beeu opened
during the past year.
As the supply of Bool/-, ir, not sufTu ieut to no -t the increas?
ing intellectual wants ol the Colored People, this method is
adopted respectfully to solicit the .'id of the friends of their
improvement.
Donations of Book,. Money, Geological and Mineralogical
Specimens and Philosophical Apparatus may be sent to the
Library Room, No IRl Duane street, which is opened every
Wedneadiy evening from T tillrlO o'clock. The s?bscriuers
are authorized to wait on the friends of the nvntal imprbve^
ment. and solicit donations for the Library, which is entitled
the Art!'>Forfca&rsoctafe Librerv.
PHILIP A. BELL.
GEORGE T. DOWNING,
ALBRO LYONS
aul 2aw3mW8tS JAMES M. CUNE SMITH.
':7" BucfctWla'eat.? N- w Bu< kwheat, Corn, Meal and
Rve Floor in barrels half barrels, and nnarters, suitable foi
shippihB or family use, foi sale bj HOLT S OWEN,
ol93t? 209 Frout-.it. corner Beekman.
E
HOARDING SCHOOL.?New Canaan Semi
lary.Ct- NWmber limited to twenty. Circulars at 309
Pearl st NVY. [</,lin?] .1. OSBOR N. Pi un ipal.
Af BAV S E1V11 NAH V .M K S. HOYT*S Lesson
JL*t Rooms, No.38 Forsyth, neai Walker street.?Instruction
in ail tii branches taucht in the best Institutions.?^Rev. R.
Hoyt will aid the punils in attaininc elegance in comi>osition
and penmanship, and will assist, the several cla.ssis.in their
Mui'ies bv familiar lectures and illustrations.
Hours from 10 A.M. to4 P. M.?Evening Class from 7
o'clock to 9. Charges moderate. oll |m
pERTH AMHOY SEJVI1N?KV ? Scientific"
X Mathematical and Classical.?The Principals fully intend
their School shall be second to none iu point of. merit. The
Winter Scission will commence on Monday, November6.
Terms moderate; in accordance with th? times. Circulars
With testimonials and ref*reiic?<s may he hud of John S. Tay?
lor, Brick Chapel, or of the Principals.
S. F.. WOODBRIDGE,
b126w? 8. G. WOODBRIDGE.
p W. PEEKS' CLASSIC AND ENGLISH
SCHOOL,649 Broadway (near Stuyvcsant Institute)
will be reopened on Moudav, -it.'i September.
Teachers.?C. E. Wsshoura, A. M. (latelya turor in
Amii-rat College) Latin and Greek; A. iVstianx. French; E.
Purccll, 1'rawin^; W. Davison, Penmanship; W. B. Br.ad
bury' Vocal Music.
The English and Mathematical Departments will be under
the superintendence of the Principal.
Circulars, containing terms, &.C. may bo had on application
to Mr. Briaut, Broadway, or to th- Principal. ?u31 tf
RKY. .1. K. .\!h>S!?:><-;?;.."S CLASSICAL
SCHpOL?f corner of Clinton and Pacific streets, Brook
1 vii.)?This School will re-open on the 1st day of September.
Punctual attendance of the ptijiiis is_requestcd.
The course of instruction in tiiis institution, is full and tho
rough, embracins the English, Classical,Mathematical and
Scie:i"P.ic branches. Strict attcntton is paid to tiie formation
of the moral as well as intellectual character ol pupils. The
first masters are employed in tin several departments, aud the
mode of instruction continued which has so long given satis?
faction.
The limited 1 tirilier of s:\ pupils will he received iuto the
Principal's family, and receive the car- of a parent.
Circulars stating terms, &c. may be had ou application at
the Church Depository, No. 20 Jolm-st. 01 at t!ir bookstore of
Mr. A. Y. Bl.ahe, Fulton-st. New-York, and at Mr. A.M.
Wilder'* Hwokstore.il Fulton-st. Brooklyn. auJOtf
PREPARATORY SCHOOL AT SVUDDLE
1 TOWN, CONN.?CLASSICAL AND ENGLISH
BOARDING SI HOOL.?This Institution is situated in
one of the most healthful, quiet and beautiful towns in New
England, of easy access d uly from New York. Albany aud
Boston.
Students reside with the Principal, and are at all ti*r.es under
his care. The number is limited, and noue are iiermitted to
remain whose example is injurious. Toreuder this School
more worthy of ilia cohfideuce^of pareuts, the Principal has
examined man 1 similar Institutions in Kuro|>eaud \m-nca.
The Summet Svssion commences May 15; ends October 15.
" Winter " Nov." " April
The charge is SCO |rr S> ision. which includes all expenses,
save for Books. Music aud Modern Languages.
? in 11I ',r;, anil minute information may be obtained of Rev.
Henry Chase, :i Marketstreet, NewYoijiiand >fRcs% Alfred
^iV'tA^i-,,. D. H.CHASE.
s^l : N15*
JOHN ALZAMORA'S FRENCH BOARDING
tt S( HOOL?On th" Hudson river, 60 miles from New
ITork.?The wiutet term of this Institution will commence
on the 1st November neat. Thestudies pursued embrace the
modern and ancient Languages, with the usual English
brauches. Parental advic? and discipline are ike means used
lo secure the attention and industry of the pnuils. Constant
etTorts are made to impress upon the minds of the schol - rs the
great in 1 essii. < f their making tht I? *t i ndeavors.to treasun
in their meinoi \ the lessons ?u y are expected to recite;and not
lo be satisfied with merely reciting them well at the time they
a ? called. Moral obligations and leriuement of manners are
particularly inculcated; and no boy of vicious habits i< allow?
ed to remain in tie-family. The pupils enjoy ihe beneficol
baviiig rJic comiun) of tb< ir instructor during the time ol re?
creation n> well as in study hours.
l here are now foni vacancies. Terms; S175a year, payable
rtuarterly in advance. Music, fj-tic Farther information
may be had by applying to Mr. Alxamoni, at No. 18 Barclay
'tre.-t. ,-,7 irr.*
WONDERS OV Till] HEAVENS.
WONDERS OF THE HEAVENS.?Being a
popular view of Astronbmv, including a full illustra
?.i.V'V1" ^hanisrn of the Heavens, embracing the SUN.
VAyO?.and STARS, with description, ol the Er^ets,
rs> t,x,KU Stars, Double Stars, The C on?i ella
V',N'' 1 HSOALAX11 ok Mil kv Way, the Zodiai'ae Lp-ht,
1 ^ h-.iiVAi.is, or Northern Lights, Meteors,
f, h Cr. *LL1N'i SrAR?' Aerolite, &c., by Duncan Brad
LUSTHi'-ri-'-ti'?1 'iUU'"- handsomelj bound, gilt extra. IL
''l i,. ? ' T^'V 150 i-olore<l engravings, iruaps, &c.
th 1; |,..v 1 ?V1 , r* u J'VJsurt*announcing to the imblic
? i i .nepnrciuse,! tie PLATES and COPY-RIGHT
i, tl ?' '""-s"'.'''<-nt work, mi will have read; for
tne cnurseoi ^??ruuing month, an edition, got op
they purpose
low price of
fli.. ^r.ri in,-, v C.V.?'...* '" '"J's'aaj price when published bv
u i \ ' ompauy of boston, was cto Vhe nresent
puhliohers have COueluded to out ir it ,1 ."' 11! _V_.
above mciitioHed, in SKoSffiS^ vxtremely low rate
almosrevexy io.AYi&^%J^^ <>f a. bad/* audf
dhu most useful, highly u^r^^?^^
New-York, Sept. 23, 1813. xiou*
N. B -Traveling Agents and others desirous of obtaining
subscribers to the above work, are requested to call on or ad?
dress R, P. B. & Co. immediately. S23 jmeod
(lelivei ?
on superior pukt, ^nd in tl... f... . ',1' ? i
selling to SUBSCxURETts n\\ V1*' l?hieh
VIV& DOLLARS. ThTo ^T*
?i,- Ctmrtn.-. i.._ L ! sUlal pi ice when
OFFICE NO. 160 I
XEW-YORK, SATURDAY ITU
GJALA PLAIDS;?3 cases < "ala Plaids, a new
land beantiful style of goods, suitable and seasonable for
child.ens dresses. Also. 5 bales Shepards and Harlequin
Plaids nl :i>-w dssisns for gentlemen? cloak linings, ladies man
tiilas. Sue. ii.c. Ju-itrt-ct ivt-l.it DAVOL'St o;h Store.
"I' 2w_No.50 Maiden lane.
BUY YOUR OWN CLOTHS !?2 cases super
lustrous black French Broad Cloths. Also, a great vari
et; of fancy Cloth, French. English and American Cloths
uid Cassimeres?just received at DAV?L'S Cloth Store,
"17 2w_No. 30 Maiden lane.
HALE OIL.?2000 gallons rejected; 5000 do.
superior North-West '? oast, very li^ht colored, just
Oed. For sale by
19 3t OR IN N ELL, MLNTURV&C0..78South-st.
? f
>AL.?300 chaldrons Liverpool, in yard,
/ blc for manufacturers, for sale in lots to suit pui
r^Al>?lM ERES.?An extensive variety ol Cassi
V/ meres and Doe Skins, embracing nil t!,? new styles ?
black >'i<! fancy colored, plain, ribbed and plaid?just reel ived
a: DAVOL'S Ch th Store. 50 Maiden Lane. -U 2w
suit?r
purchasers
by GKINNELL, MIN'J URN < O.,
nl92w _7/1 Soutli-Jreet.
\o.SON WORK.?Grates sei and repaired,
x Cisterns built and repaired. Plastering and all kinds of
Mason work, done atahort notice by JOHN HUMPHRY,
103 M?nroMlrcei; hear'Pike. Please mark tlie number down.
_o20 3t -
"LT7HITE LEAD?Dry and in I til?Just rec< ived
t y several hundred kegs of the Saugertirs.WhiM Lead
Company, put up expressly formy^trade, ami w ith mv brand
uporrii It is warranted superior in Quality to any kind of
English or Acieric ur Lead.
Purchasers nol fmdini; it as ->ta'<-d svill return it -mil receive
tin ir money I ack ? ith the * t\ ? uses.
JOHN C. .MORRISON,
Dealer in Drugs, Paints, Oils,. Glass, Dyewoods, Dyeataffs.
IV'as, kr. S'6. 188 Greenwich street, between Vesey and
Fulton js tree t. oI9;lw*
SHAKER HOSIERY.
ySVV AND FLANNEL UNDER SHIRTS
JV and I?. iwi i.. Manufacture)] by the Sharkrs of Mer
rimack County, N. II. Persons wishing a superior mich
? it under clothing, suitable forthe coming season, combining
durability with warmth, either at wholesale or retail, are in
i-iled to call on the Agent, where they n .!i be certain of get?
ting the genuine article; where ran also be found, Shirts,
Stocks, Caps, Linen Collars and Bosoms, Cap Trimmings.
P tent Enamelled and Top 1 ? irh.-r, Umbrellas, Perfumery,
&C &C &c. G. W. GORUM, Acent.
ol2D6tWlm* 126 Maiden L.i ebetween Pearl at Water-Rt?
ONAS BUTLER, Attorney and Counsellor at
Lav., Galveston, Tefcas.
J
RfcFEKSTo
Daj-.iel Lor?l, Jr. Esq. lt. C. VVeimore & Co.
John Al.ttioii, Esq. .1. J. r.-ilm-r. his ).
J. Pr-sci ti Hall, Esq. Walsh Sc Mallnnr,
< rrifTcii k Havens, E ? i;. W. M. Johnson St Son*.
__ \'f isrs; Tost k Mam.
' Mr. Rat!*.- wilj attend to ( ollcctions, Agencies, Land
Iraes.&c. Coinmunicatie-u* may be left at No.20 John st.,
No. 4 Vesey st. or at No. 8 Gold street, New-York. Letters
din cted to Texas must be Postage paid to the Lines, or th
will noi I-.- forwarded by the Postmasters in Loui'a. ^21 Im"'
GUIAUAM Fi A) UK. ground daily, ol a superior
? quality, made of prime new wheat?extra pahis taken in
the cleaning ind grinding? may be had,wholesale or retail at
th? mill, 2l5 Cherry-st. Orders left at the following places
will be attended to: :8! Pearl-st; IU West Broadway; Hi
Uuuston-st.
GENESEE SEED WHEAT,
of a superior quality, also to be had at the mill.
s22 Im" HECKER Is BROTHERS.
RMfMED S?Gi?lS,
AT THE FOLLOWING LOW CASH PRICES.
TtrOOLSEY a. VVUOLSKV offer this stand
? ? ard quality Double Refined Sugaras follows, namely:
Coif.Hi cents per lb.) When less than i package* are
Crushed..Hi " " " > put chased half a ceut per pound
Powdered. 12 > additional.
'iiii iborc are packed aslollows:
Loavi e in boxes of 300 lbs.)
Crashed in b!>k of 200 " /
Powdi red in " " 2.V) " )
Apply to the New-York Patent Sugai Refinery, corner of
South and Moiitgomery-str?et5, or at 89 Wall-street.
N. ]).?Orden out of the city nin->t bt. accompanied by a
remittance._ i72m*
p 15 FJ NED SUGA RS.? K. L. He A. STUART
JPtoffei for side the rario?s qualities of ihnr Refined S't^^i?,
in iiuantities of five packages and Upwards, ai the following
casti prices:
Standard Double Loaf Sngar, Hi cents per pound.
Crushed " HI "
" Ground " 12 "
Ground Sugar, 2d quality, Hi " ''
Tlu tbove are jiacked as follpTTS, without charge for pack'
age :?
Loavi s i'i b'.uej of 300.
Crushed in bai tels "! 2?0.
Ground in barrels of 250.
Aj'iily at the Refiner], No 233 Greenwich, corner of Cham
I'-1 ? r,rtr;. Orders oilt of the citv im'St bs abcompanied by a
rerhittiii) ?. ,:it iir>
? nimal m rVGNfiTISM:?Miss MA ry MAT
j.jL TOCKS, the Brt-iri Orphan,, whose clairvoyance as a
magnetic subject has been Unquestionably ? stablished by pnh
lic tx|K?riineuts at the New j'ork Mhseuin, is now deyotine
hwr peculiar faculties nuderihe direction of an experienceu
magnetizei (a pujijl of Hie celebrated Deleuze,) ti> the examin?
ation and i are of diseases; H^r success attested by the most
respectable persons in this and other cities of the Union, is
calculated to convince the mosi sceptical.
Physicians as well ns the public in general, are respectfully
invited to call at li- r residence No. 'j Bleecker street) three
doors from the Bowery, Northside. ol-J 10t*
A chi;apa.\o klal extractofsar
lx. SA.PARILLA..?Persons takiiiz this, too oftenget mix?
tures, mercury or mineral, instead of the root. Weadvise all
to ir. a 25 cenl package of Jones's Lxtract of Saraaparilla
Candy, which contains eicht ounces ol tlie medical projierties
of the root. Sold at the sign of the American Eagle, 82 ( hat
ham-street, N Y., or 139 Fulton-street, Brooklyn; 243 Broad
siiuet, Newark;-8 State-street, Boston; 3 Ledger Buildings,
Philadelphia; 2HT Kiuit-Mrect, Cbr>rle?tou, S. C. ?>JT Im
q^lli-: BEST COUGH CANDY.?Ii has been
1 moved by many.of our citizens that JONES'S COUGH
CA.ND.Y is .the grand remedy for pulmonary or long com?
plaints: It is ioid for one shilling a package at the si^u of the
American Eagle, 82 Chatham-street. We advice our leaders
t-> try it. "T is reallr good?no humbug Also for sile at \'J0
P'nlton-street, Brooklyn; 8 State-street. Boston; 3 Ledger
Buildings, Philadelphia; 207 King street, Charleston, S. C.
_ol7 lin
TTTUNi >E1< FU L INVENTION to force the
V V growth of Human Hair.?Trial bottles only 3 shillings.
The names of some of our most respectable citizens can he
shown who have useJ this and found it all it is here ?t?te?.'.?
Call and see them at our store; they certify that, having used
JbneVs Coral Hair Restorative, they found it to posies* these
IT WILL DRESS AND SOFTEN THE HAIR.
STOP ITS FALLING OFF AND CLEAN IT
It positively makes the hair k'row. and keeps it in order a
louts time. Sold at the sign of the American Eai;le, 82 Chat?
ham-street, price 3, 5 or 8 shillings, or 139 Kultoii-st., Brook?
lyn; n State-street, Boston; 3 Ledger Buildings, Philadelphia;
2?7 King-street, Charleston, S. C. ol? lm
, \\n-ilTL\ KhTj'UK \i\iEY iTaIK elKineedTto a
j il dark brown or permanent black by the Moorish Hiir
I I)\e. Sold at 50cents or $1 a b ittleat the si<n of the Ameri
! can Eazle, 82 Cha?iam-street, N. Y.. .-r 130 bulton-st., Brook
1 I) i: 8 State .street, Boston; 3 Ledger Buildings, Philadelphia;
2A7 Ki_n;-_strtvt, '_l,arleatiiti._S_C._o|7 Im
T<i .MANUFACTURERS.
REEDS, BOBBINS AND SPOOLS of every
size and kind manufactured by the subscriber* at their
Factory, Matteawan. Steel Reeds of superior quality manu?
factured from wire imported expressly fur the purpose. All
articles in the above .line furnished to manufacturers at short
notice, and of superior quality.
Orders received at 'A Pine st. New York, and at the Factory
Mattawean.N. Y. CARVER &c riNE. o2 3m?
p LRANDOLES at 114 Chatham-street.?A great
VJ > arit ty of new patterns?bronzed, eilt and silvered (iirati
doles; also, a choice b>t of splendid Gothic Tea-Trays, insets
or separately, and a superior quality of ivory handle Tahh'
Cutlery, together with a general assortment of Plated and Su
vet Ware, all of which are now offered atgreatlv reduced prj
ces. [o9 lm*] ALBERT BEACH.
ClROTON WATER ?The subscriber is pre
'pare*! to put down the best rjuality ?if Tir.ntd Leid Pipes
into dwellins .. offici s and stores at th-- lowest prices and upon
the shortest notice. Persons aboui having water introduced
into their houses will pi- ;i>- call and ei unine for th-m.s'-i \ ? s.
B ith., water < lotets and every thin^ in the line attended to and
performed in tlw neatest manner. T. NAYLOR ?t CO.
ot ]ni 708 Broadw av
ADDER?24casks primeOmbros, forsale bv
OR IN NELL, Ml NT CRN & ( O. "
ol? 7H South sfeet.
!:NTl ck* Y ?Ni) MASSACHV-ETTSCOM
- MISS 10.VEIL-JOHN OSBORNE SARGENT, No.
\ W II street, Citj of New-York. ol2 3twlm?
PRINT W?RKir??SE-"
I N NEW-YORK.
l> F. LEE, formerly of the firm of Lord A: Lees,
JD. Leefic Babcock,&c.and ?. B. PRE WSTEIL under
the firm of LEE BREWSTER, have established at 113
PEARL STREET, (Hanover Square,) New-York, a waw
lioiist on an eitensirescale,
exclusively
fok
TRI NT ED CALICOES,
to supply the City and Interior Trade, bp the piece or packagi.
By confining theii attention entirely and exclusively to tins
one article. L. k B. are enabled not Only to exhibit a more ex
ti nsive aad beautiful assortment than is io iv found elsewhercj
(there heiiikt no simihr establishment !or Prints in ih-. L'nit<d
States,) but ro sell always at prices a.- low, and gcnirally
lower than houses whose attention and ineruif. arc divided
unong a large.variety of article*.
The Stock, embracing Some Thousands of Different Pat
r. nr. and I cdorings, comprises all the lite>t md choic't
st\ to wincii will Iv constantly added all new anil Jesira
bh patterns a. they appear in the market, b-sider. many which
vs ill be Rot up exclusivelr for their own sales.
Purchasers of this aiticle will find it to their interest to ex-?
iraiuetbis Stock before baying their Prints. Even11 they do
u.it purchase tiiey will at least have the advantage of seeing all
the new styles, ami learning the Lowest market prices.
IF7? i' analogues of frices. corrected with ?.very variation of
th'e^Markct.are phc?l in the hands of Buyers . All orders
will receive the beat attention. au2i 3m Dai W
K
0
;;,; yn< --henry erben informs the public
? j 'that'll.- continues to inaimfacnir? Organs at the old estnb
kiSmtallMtKL ^Offers for sale the lollowuic
Organs: one Gothic cased Onr?-8 stop*^ with a swell and
pedal bass, dimensious 15 feet high. 7 feet 9 inches wide, and
6 feet in inches deep. One Swell Organ, 10 feel C inchesh.^h,
ri feet ti inches wide, and 3 feet 9 inches deep. One. Swell Or
trail of 9 feet i inches hi?h, 6 feet wide, and 3 feet b inche* deep.
A Chapel Organ of 5 stops, 8 feet 7 inches hich, 5 feet 4 inches
wide, and 3 feet deep An elegant.Parlor Organ. Also?
sm^lt Parlor Organ. A second-hand Church Organ. 9 teet
t i h I Kt 6 inch- s wide, ami 3 feet deer.. A second-hand Par
\S Organ. A rosewood Seraph.ne. T^e? vary
NASSAU-STREET.
>R*5ffG, OCTOBER 21, 1843.
INTERESTING
TO THE ^ HOLE WORLD.
A VALUABLE NEW WORK
dy count alfred d'ohsay.
IN PRESS, and trill be Published on Tues?
day, October \> Uh, (price 25 cents.) in one
number of the "Brother Jonathan Monthly
Library,*' complete,
ETIQUETTE:
OR, A
TRUE GUIDE
to the
? SA GES 0F SO CI ETY
with a
GLANCE AT BAD HABITS.
4< manners make the man."
TO WHICH IS ADDED THE
ONLY TRUE THEORY'
Of THE
RHENISH OR SPANISH WALTZ,
and of' the
GERMAN WALTZ A DEUX TEMPS,
Now kaiysed and Explained
FOR THE FIRST TIME.
Waltzing is the Art of a (Jcntleman, and
never ye.t was taught or understood
by a Dancing-master.
The. lame ol" the author of this valuable work
in the higher circles of English society, is pro
j verbial; and the appearance of ihr? work itself,
it may be easily imagined, caused no little sensa?
tion iu the British metropolis. Twenty-two thou?
sand copies of the London edition, we nre in?
formed, wore fold the first month of its publica?
tion at half a guinea each. Among the various
subjects which this curious original treatise seit?
lotth, are tho follow ing :
I. General Observations on Etiquette?
ideas of unthinking persona on the usages of so?
ciety, Arc.
II. Introductions?how they should be effect?
ed, and when persons should or should uot be in?
troduced?meeting a friend with a lady when you
nre unacquainted with her?tho science of cut
ting an acquaintance?slighting a friend.
III. Of Letters *>f Introduction ? the
manner they should be written, dispatched, pre?
sented, or received?how to treat a new acquaint?
ance introduced by letter?promptness in answer?
ing letters.
IV. Of Marriage?the duties of those about
m be married towards their friends?how Old
Bachelors should behave under such circum?
stances?advice to newly-married people.
V. Of Dinners?the Etiquette of a Dinner
Party?directions for the Master or Mistress of
the house?instructions for gentlemen guests?
the arrangement of the party at table?advice
relative to general deportment at table?taking
wine with a lady?how to furnish and lay out the
table?behaviour towards servants at table?
for sto be obfrrved in waiting on a lady at table
?advice to ludies?lbs science of eating and
drinking.
VI. Of Smoking and Snuff-taki.vci?restric?
tions to be observed?when, where and how to
smoke or take snuff.
VII. Oj- Dress and Fashions?to what ex?
tent fashions should be adopted, addressed to
both ladies and gentlemen?grand points to be
observed in dress?when to wear gloves?when
wear jewelry?remarks on neatness in drees,
VIII. Ok Music in General Society?high
y gifted musicians in private society?when a
ady should sing or play?the duties of listeners.
IX. Of Dancing?the Etiquette of the Ball?
room?duty of the master of ceremonies?when
and how to apply for a partner?presentation to
a lady with whom you are not acquainted?the
ady's part?color of doves to be worn at a ball
?how to lead a lady through the quadrille?be?
havior to be observed in the quadrille and waltz
?of the steps?the treatment of a slight from ah
acquaintance in the ball room, &c.
X. Of Conversation?picture of an egotis
?when to avoid an argument?fidelity to truth?
getting in a passion?defence of your friends?
talking to and at people?lessons in talking?
tone of voice?talking too largely?vulgar terms
to be avoided?caution to parents?directions to
a gentleman in addressing a lady?advice to
radespeople.
XI. Of Visiting?the time to visit a lady?
when to leave your card?duration of a call?
when to place your hat in the hall?strict rules
0 be observed.
XII. Of Visiting Cards?how they should
be worded, and when they should be left, and
when sent?instructions for married ladies?ge?
neral directions relative to wedding cards?invi
taiions to dinners, balls, or parties?invitations to
christenings or funerals.
XIII. Of Card-playing?how card-tables
should be set out?general directions to the mas
ter or mistress ol the house?the art of playing
whist?hints to ladies who play for money.
XIV. Of Tattling?usages of good society
?caution to those who repeat the conversations
of others?some advice to young ladies?danger
of badinage towards dull people.
XV. Of General Society?deportment to?
wards a lady of your acquaintance in the street?
handing a lady to a carriage?shaking hands with
lady?behavior in the box of a theatre?visi?
tin 17 a coffee-house?saluting a friend publicly?
respect to be shown great people?treatment of
guests?vulgarity defined?how- to onvr a favor?
rule to be observed when inviting a friend to ride
_manner of saluting a lady in company?gene?
ral directions in addressing letters?rules to be
always observed when visiting?the index of a
vacant mind?queer notions of ill-bred people?
postage on letters?ceremony; when it may be
dispensed with?the true test of a gentleman.
XVI. The tkle Theory of Waltzing?
gentleman's step in the figure of eight, in the
Rhenish Waltz?lady's step in the same?ser?
pentine waltzing?gentleman's step in the figure
of eight ? deux temps?lady's step, do.?gentle?
man's step in the figure of eight, a deux pas, but
not a deux temps?lady's step in the same?how
to learn the Rhenish and German Waltzes?the
orv of Spanish waltz?the true grace of the
Wliltz_general remarks on waltzing.
This remarkable w ork will be printed on fine
paper, in clear and beautiful tyoe, and will be is?
sued complete in one number of the Brother Jo
hathan Monthly Library. It may therefore be
sent to any port of the United States for the post?
age of a two sheet periodical, viz.: under 100
miles 3 cents?any greater distance, 5 cents.
Price 25 cents per copy, or five copies for one
dollar. Agents and Newsmen supplied at the
usual rates of discount.
This work, being issued in the periodical form,
persons iu the country wishing to procure a sin?
gle copy can have a twenty-five cent piece en?
closed to the publishers in "a letter, franked by
a Postmaster according to law?or five copies
will be sent for a one dollar bill of any solvent
Bank in the Union. The post office law allows
postmasters to forward all remittances far peri?
odicals free of postage. No letters are taken
rom the post office by us, unless they are pre?
paid or franked by a postmaster.
Letters should be addressed to
WILSON AND COMPANY, Publisher?,
162 Nassau su-cet, New York.
FIVE DOLLARS A YEAR.
WHOLE AO. 788.
SANDS'S SAKSAPARILLA
This unma?ed preparation has performed ?om? of th?
most Jvtonishinu' cures cfiliscvc* that are recorded in the an
nah of history, thus proving conclusively it is capable offnl
nllinc the hich aim and purpose for which it isdesici;ed. Pa
Bents suffering for years from varions chronic constitutional
disorders, after trying different remedies, spending thousand?
"f dollars in traveling and doctoring, and suffering all that Im
man nature is enable of enduring, have, by the use of a
rew bettles, entirely recovered their health. Chronic Rheu?
matism, Scrofula or King". Evil, Salt Rheum and Ring
worm, Ulcers and painful affection of the bones, Ulcerated
Throat and Nostrils, Scurvy. Biles, Chronic Srrr Eve*.
Blotches and various cutaneous emptier:*. Glandular En?
largement, Hip Disease, Jtc. are effectually cured byits use
Diseases having their origin in an impure state of the blood
and fluids generally w ill be speedilj ind effectually n roovi d
by fmis iuvaluable medicine as its operation is peculiar, and
consists in removing the cause of disease by eut-riic into the
circulation and passing through the seu-r*! system. Where
obstruction? to its favorable operation exist, they are removed
?? it passes along the ilimentary canal . hence the |?tieht w ill
f< el and know the ??ruible operation of the Sarsaparilla from
it.- curative powers.
The proprietors are daily receding from the medicil pro?
fession, thi clergy, officers of justice, and numerous private
citizens, ample and wiUing testimony both written *t:d ver
b J, !?? the superior value and efficacy of this preparation. To
the i ooi it is furnished gratuitously, "ti sufficient proof being
furnished of their ? t rthiness.
The following c< rtificates f:cr> individuals who have suf
fered with Scrofula in its severe*; lore?, ai- pr*?rat?d loi the
careful 5 crusal of the afflicttd :
Essex, Coiw, July 25*. 1?J3
Messrs. Sands?Gtut : about eight years since, by being
overheated, and directly alter exposed, I was seize-) with a
severe cold, which deranged the whole system Purple or
livid spots appeared on the ski 11, attended with violent jain ol
the head ; the symptoms b. ing uarmiuir. ? physician was call?
ed wlio prescribed blistering Hnd leaching, which produced
par ial re lief. Hard bony lumj . formed uudei t e skia on va
riou; parts iif the body, *ud th. doctor pronounced :uv com
[daiiitjbercditary Scroiula now for the ti-"3t time developed
1 he folio whig winrer my sight failed in both eyes; medica
*<d was again resorted to, which relieved my signl during thi
summer; my n<<>e now heg in to iucr- sue ini>i^' tad ilie wind?,
body rapidly enlarged w ith a dropsical swelling. The nose
even grew very sore and discharged profusely the most loath?
some substance. My whole system was involved m disease ;
the luini s softened an I discharged freely, producing gre.'t de?
bility ;?ulcers now broke out on the legs, Rial tocompleu my
misery, the muscles aud sinews contracted so tlvit 1 wj> ren
dercd nearly helpless, [ remained with lirt> change in tt.is
condition lUitil fast October, when I w.u sa <d-uty ?.-ired with
an inde3ctibable sensation which rendered tue nearly uncon?
scious, and my friends supposed it was the will of kind I'ro
vidence to rid me of my r-uff^rm^s. but from this 1 r? ,n. !-?,*
only to suffer on ; the ulcers had become one contiunous sore
entirely raw.
It was in this condition i commenced thr its? of you. isval
uable Samparilfa, which i was induced to use from the nan?
remarkable* cities ! saw published. I' came to me as some
. uardian angel; and I cam c*rcely t 11 why vet. yet fronl ?>e
moment I heard it mentioned I was impreased fmly with ih*
beiief that Oi'.s was to be the g'oWd Samaritan lor me?and
truly it has wrought wonders in'iriy C?fe. After using it a
few days mv pains grew easier, the iweUinj! of the body and
limbs went dow n, th-- ulcers commenced healing, an-' > rested
well. After suffering every thiit^' but the pains of death, how
happy am i and how grateful do i feel to ?** ible to add ?n
other testimonial to the efficacy of your priceless SarsapHrillt!
My health is restoted.and i have walked four miles without
inconvenience. i superintend my family affairs, and in fact
feel almost like a being in a new world. i amiiidncedto
make jhis public acknowledgment from a deep sense.of du' v
due to yon ?s a means in the bauds of God of restoring a fel?
low mortal Corn ? premature gi ive. Language is wadequate
la express my feelings. May li.e Lord be with yon. and m ike
his face to shine upon you, is th- sincere desire "f your much
obliged and deeply indebted friend. To th-afflicted i would
say, Do not despair, foT however desperate your case may b<.
you surely have an antidote at hand, viz: S/a.nds's SARsara
IllLLA. Trust to no other, howerei srea' their pretensions.
MONJSSA SIMMONS.
Middlesex Co. ss.?Essex, Cob. Jnly 25, imx?Personally
appeared the above named Monissa Simmons, and made oJth
to the facts contain-"! in the foregoimt stttement before m-,
GURDON SMI ? H; Justice of the Peace.
\\ e, the undersigued, being p 'rson illy acquainted with Mrs.
Monissa Simmou?, do not hesitate to siv that we consider tdr
ibos e statement oi Iw eis ? substantially true and entitled to
confidence. REUBEN POST, Deacon Bipust Uiuich;
i. hill HAYDEN, Merchant;
CH AS. GK.EENLV AF, Sur Deutiit;
A. F. WHITTE vOKE. Post-Master.
MaNSFH l?, Oct. 3d, 1313.
To R. W. Mathewsox, Nnnvich:
Sir: For the hut fifteen years 1 have been the subject ol
com dil ated disease?troubled with the dropsy and my
nerves completely unstrung, witli more or less of erysipelas,
iti connection with other bad humors. RTMayla'at my diffi?
culties seemed to enrage and be more firmly seated; my head
and face was so swollen that it app? ared to me that the bones
of my head had separated one from the other, and completely
disfigured my face. \ could scarcely breathe through my nose;
my eyes were 30 affected that i could see but lit'le.at the same
time attended with an acute and indescribable pain constantly
darling from the ncse to other parts of the head and throat,
which W.13 badly swollen and \ery .sore, and a constant burn?
ing heat or irritation of th** stomach, with my limbs bloated
to nearlv twice their ordinary size. In this situation for
w? ks I w as compelled to lie upon one side, with but little or
no steep. My humors assumed a renewed and stubborn hold
upon me, and appaiently threatened a s|>eedy dissolution- 1
tried etery expedient possible, with hut little or no l*-nefit. My
physician at length recommended Sand-.'.-. Sarsaparilla; i pro?
mo ,i a few bottles of if, which i believe tobe the meant (tiro'
the blessing of G> <i) of my restoration to comparative health
again. I hail not taken hut. two or three hottlea be-f^re my dis
e l e bi gan to leave. Mv p^in and :.vsellnrg is goi e, my appe?
tite [food.sleep and rest quiettj , to me it has been 1 sovereign
balm' EUNICE CRANE.
Having been acquainted with the afflicted widow, Mrs. Eu
dice Crane, of Mansfield, for nearly mx years, (whose pro
tractedsickness ha? railed forth the sympathies of the com?
munity where she resides) i consider it an occasion for joy
that her sufferings have been so far alleviated by the use of
Sanaa's Sarsaparilla, which has b*-en so kindly forwarded by
yourself. HENRY BROMLEY.
Minister of the Gospel.
We, the (inijersigie-d, do certify that the above are fact*.
LUTHER MARTIN,
_ELEAZER BENNETT.
Preparrsl anil sold, wholesale and retail, and for exportation,
by \ B. SANDS k CO., Druggists and Chemists, Granu
Buildings No. 273 Broadway .corner of Chamb-rs stieet. New
York. Sold also bv A. B. St D. Sands, Pnmgists, Nos. 73 and
100 Fulton street; David Sands St Co.. No. 77 East Broadway,
corner of Market street: and by Druggists generally through?
out the United Stntes._Price$l pel bottle, SIX bottles SI OlBtl
AUCTION SALE.?On ihe 25th day of October
instant, at 9 o'clock a M.will be sold at PUBLIC
AUCTION , at the storehouse of the Dutches* Whaling Com?
pany. oh their wharf at this place, the following articles
mortgaged to this Bank, viz: .
30 pieces of locust timber, suitable for ship buildinf;;
J4 do oak do for the same purpose;
10 bauche* of green flag*;
1 natent he?TJnK out cnaJ" aD<1 fi**Hres>ln B?0<1 ord^r
1 Iron safe;
1 |>ateDt balauce; .
2 windlasses in Mgging Ml'
I dusting brush;
I office stove and J'tP"''
ii office chairs:
1 pitcher and tumbler;
1 office writing desk. mahogatVr, , .?1...
Careening tackles, blocks, fills silu 2 craoj'
1 office table, pine; J
1 chart of the World.
12 fire buckets;
1 sciew press;
1 seal;
1 writingdeak, mahogany;
I pine closet;
1 ? cart;
4 float stages and stag* planks;
1 set guaging tools.
Also, a variety of materials in the storehouse, such a> tools,
emjitv caaks, rosin, sheathing paper, Russia felt, oakum,
sheathing boards, composition nails and castings,.cordage,
new and old. Conditions made known oa the rfav of sale.
JAMES H. FONDA,
Cashier of the Dutches* Countv Bank.
Poukthkeepsie, October 5, IM. o9t25th"
T OTS AT AUCTION?Wf'fbe sold at auction
-Lion the premijes, on the 21th day of October next, 3i0 lo's,
of various dimensions, 111 t ie flourishing manufacturing vil?
lage of Waterloo, Seneca county. N. V- hale peremptory to
clo^e a concern; to commence at II o'clock A M, and contin?
ue, until all is sold. Terms serv lib-ral?rnide Known at sale.
a. g. Williams.
Bv S. GROSVENOR. Attorney.
New York, 26th S-pr., 1813._lm?
T N U1A - R L' f > 1 i t*J K ' J V K K - S H ? hi 6 at DAY'S, 25
JL Maiden Lau".
15,000 pairs Ladies' plain and figured Rubbers
1,5?0 do. Men's do. do.
3,000 do. Missis and Children's do.
4,300 do. Men's and WomenN shut Rubber Over-Shoes
itrO do. Ladiei' fur-bound Grecians, leather loles
do. GoLe or corded top Rabbers
3W do. Ladies1 qui!te<l silk upjier Over-Shoes?a new
and elegant sty le
Also?A new article with surface of patent japanned finuh,
together w ith many other styles.?miking the mont complete
^tock for the Trade to select from, to be lound in the United
States. HORACE H. DAY,
Successor to the Roxbury I. R. Co.
lm 2o Maiden Lane.
TNDLA RUBBER SHOES;?The subscriber is
A now receiving hi* Fall supply of India Rubber Shoea, and
respectfully solicits a cril. Dealers may rely upon the assort?
ment being as general and complete as can be tound in the
mirket, as he is *upp!ied by the different manufacturers with
erery ?deable style of Shoes. ? ,
Wxt stock of lined Rubbers is decidedly the beat ever offered;
as besides, lining good Shoes, thev are im?d in a very superior
manner, of plain and figured Rubbers, Msn s and Women's,
the supply is lanre and well seasoned.
She^t aud Cloth Rubber Shoe*. 3uskms. Sandals, manufac
Oir?d Rubbers, ate , can be found at this establishment, made
in 1 superior manner and warranted
Also, India Rubber Carnage Cloth, Ho*e for the Croton
Water, Machine Banding, Life Prr*ervers, Pillows.Cushion?,
&.c , and all other manufactured goods on hand, and mau
nficturtnl to order. C. L. ROSS,
%2 134 Maiden lanp. between Pearl and Water-?t*.
GERMAN SILVER, GERMAN SILVER,
TAMES G. MOFFET, Manufacturer, 121 Princ*
t? sr.. N. Y., offer* for ?e.le, at the lowest market prices, 5n<1
lbs; G-rman Silver of different widths and thickuesges. In
cons-qnence of payiug (persoudly) his particular attention to
th?mannfactnre ol this article he warrants it to stand nnnval
e<i to any m uiufactured in tliis country for softness and beauty
of color, and fully e.jml to the imported._011 lm" .
JEWELRY OK;THE LATEST PATTERN?.
J Plated Cake Baskets, Castors and Candlesticks;
Britannia Coffee-Pots Tea Sets end Ums;
Gothic, Sandwich and Convex Tea-Trays; .
Table Cutlery, in a single dozen or.-sew of 5? P?e?K
and many other goods of a gfer^f^Si&^SS
o9 ^ ALBERT BEACH, at 111 Ch^nmgeet, _
{)()(} WANTED-A Partner, one
?iD &. Uv 'I 7. Cln furnish $2,000. in an old establish]
T?EN DOLLARS REWARD.?Lost, on Tue#
X day i he ITtSuttt, a Gentleman's Diamond Breast Pin, t?t
;n plain gold. Th* finder ?h.Ul recriv? the above reward by
???avi.ii; it *t MjBWeefcegsj. ?19 3t*
J c??T.?Lost in Wallstreet or Nassau street,a
LJ null Waller.containing Jim ,? fi? 40li,r bill*. A
..titable reward will be given by returnicgu to the owner 7i
>*uth stwt_^ oM Ivr
WANTED A &AliIJENER, who undenrtands
! V T?f ;*w* **r*nmti *ad i* competent to take th* ch*ntf
f a Grveo-House and On.pery. Mu>t be ? tittle man a*da
Protestant? to board tu tin- i*rmly. a?d nukr hira^lf gecer
i >llv useful. Xone othtr nttd apply- .To a sober. irxiusTnon*
ooi oblismg young man a permin? uUituation may be seenrrd
Applv M2 Nasaau-?tr?vt (second story) between the honrs of
:e and 12o'clock. A. M._ oiQft*
\X/"ANTED? Three or four active and intellitjent
' * men to encage in an occupation which will require them
'o traiel through the couotry. Refervneeweouired. Apply
it No 426 Broadway on Monday., Oct. 23d, m u* forenoon.
o20 3t? '_
UrANTEL>?A first rate jobbing moulder. Any
person comm; W( ll recommended can have a permanent
situation and zood wage?. F.nquire at 231 Water at. o?0 |W*
A RESPECTABLE GlRL with good recorn
-.JL mendatjons want* a situation a.t servant of all work.?
apply M M. CO NN ELL, 92 Beekman-*tree:. 2d utory.oM 3v*
\ATA NTED?Bya respectable young f?entle>manf
? ? German, who can ?rvak th-* Kreuch and English. Lart
;w\z~s >ery well, a sittUttOfl as Clerk m any kind Of a stor?*.
? n l who would be willing to make him-elf u^neiallv n*?f?t
i if ; ot references siven. Call at 3t7 Broom*-**._o20
that
establishment,
i?t ii u and w ill pay * large per ceutax?. For farther partico
1 ir.< inquire at Hi Fulton-street; 2d rfoor. frout room. from*
? > A. M vid from 2 to I'. M. ? 30 3?*
A &ARE CHANCE?The Stock and Fixture*
1 V of the ( frOCery Store 31 Hudson street JOr sal". An or
(HJituuity here oftetM to any wishing to avail ;h'm*lie* of
t$advantages. The proprietor* ha?ms other business toat
I :i I to ire thus ;>ur?Iicly Induced to make their want o<" a cash
? :n?T known a* none other* need apply. ol8 tt*
A 1" 102 Chambers-street, near locariw^y, a few
XXcentlemen can be accommodated with pleasant rooms ami
board, wle-re there arc no children. References exchanged.
Mrs. J ANE HAIGHT,
(>16 lw* Widow of Capt. James Haighi.
Bi >AK D IN Tl I K COUNTirv'?Two~?r three
well oidered families may N' pleasantly accommodated
? ith biMid, wher? =be lemale children cm have the advantage
of i Voatic Lad tea' Schoul, in which e?ery branch oi a pe4i?r
ialacation is tattzht. attached to the heu.?*, and the m?le chiM
n a ROOtl Classical School ret 10 rod* distant. Thi? situatico
U in a iniet country tow u, Hbont two hour*' ride by railroad
from the city. For particular.! ;u:?l reftreneos apply at the of
fice of ;liis pa;vr. __oil eo<ttW
1001) BOARD wi?ii pkrasant Rooms can be
I obtained at 26 Cliff street._oP 3w?
' j > E A CUING 1N l\ \ U 1C. $c ?A vonn* lady
I lone accustomed to Teaching, e*p?.<vally Musie. wiihts
to obtain B'>ard, Fire, &<?. in an lurreeablc iwnily for her ?es
i ic? s a% a Teacher, and wi'I cheerfully reuderiirvkf eooogh,
profTen uue&ceptionable relVrcuces. Addres* Q. A. as
tliig office. _?*tT_
A GENTLPuM?N ?ND HIS WIFE and two
1~\. or three ?iugie gentlemen can bepleaaantly accommoiSaft
.1 with board hy ajiph in;; at tl East Broadway. ?25 if
X 1-iW B< >A ll D1N(; IkH Si:.---Gentlemen 'can
be accnmmodateJ with tood b.iard and plwsaitt rooms at
377 Broomestreet, between Nloti ?n<l Mulberry. TImx* ap
(
plying oa'lv will have a choice of room*.
sffl lm?
'} M.AS?8o hall ent-sts C'aixv 5-ouchong.
L 217 do Nin{{ Yonj SoUChonff.
2u fancy hoxea fine Sonmiy 8ouchon*f.
10 do do Mofcce Souchonj.
M t\r> do Hyson.
7s chesu ruperior Twankay.
-Oil do Hyuon.
4Ufl halfclieiits Xoang II wm
I(fO cbeM* do Co.
,'Ofl do Hvson bkin.
50 half cheat* extra fine Gunpowder and Irnpe.
rial. Kor s^le Uv
oi7?w_GH1NNELL, Ml NT URN & Co. 7a Sooth-st.
C HEAPS TO RE.
TO MV 0\V CUSTOMERS AND THE PUBLIC.
DRUGS, DTE STUFFS. PAINTS, MEDI
CINE.^; )CE lUE*,
1.10 GREEN Wit H #TREET, NEW. YORK.
fOHN C. MORRISCW1* ??ers ,or ?1? on the
*f most liNral terms fir CA?lI 9r CREDIT, a ?ery exten?
sive usortmem ofaooda, among iN1" following, to which
h- would ciil the attention of ^ ?jjjygWc
Window ^los3 0l all ?ireaand
(lualitie* ..
White Lead dn"?^^^
Red Lead
Litharge
Sjiinu af Turpentine
Putty
Whiting;
Venlixris, drv and tu oil
(.ltroine i-Jreeu
iChrome Yellow
Yellow Ochre. French and
American
Prn.-tsian Bine
Vei million
Rotten Stone
, Ivory Black
Gum ('opal
Paint Brushwi, all tim
I!??*- Piuk
Laini* Biack
British Lu.lre
(flue, all torts
Gold and Silver Leaf
Gold and Silver Brouze
Copper Bronze
Lli.dk. white and red
Pan* White
!M>anish Brown
Venetian Red
Sand I'aper
I'omice Ston^
Ttir and Rosin
Japau, Copal, Coach and Har
ue*a Vamuh
Turkey Umber
Terra de Sinena
Red Chalk
(?um Shellac
Brntur Varnish
Sash Tools, ill sizes
Black Lead
GROCERS.
Young Hyson Tea
Hyson
Imperial
Gunpowder
Hyson Skin
Souchong
Bohea
French Brandies
Spanish SeRar*
Pot nnd Pearl Ashc*
Starch,
Liquorice Ball
Bnth Brick
SHleratu*
Fig Blue
Powdered Ginge?; Hoot
Alum
Olive Oil, in bottles & baskets
Nutmegs
Saltpet/e, crude and refined
Pepper Sauce
Macaboy snuff
Scotch inuff
Mace.
Indigo, Flotant
Cajtile Soap
Clove*
( astor Oil, in bottle*
Alcohol
Epsom 8altx
Cinnamon
Friction Matches
Carbonate Ammonia
British Lustre
Soda for washing
Mustard, London
Cayenne Peo|ier
Powdered N utmeg
Powdered Ciunaraon
MANUFACTUKERS.
Grainand Bar Tin
Fuller's Eaith
Madder, Dutch and French
IudiKoe.1 of Bengal, Oara.ccas
"no Guatemala
APOTHECARIES
Opium
' amphor
CroAiu Tartar
? as tile Soap
Li (uoriee
Balsam Copavia
Rhubarb
J dap
A loe*
K'tor*. Chamomilt)
Oum Anbic
< i^tnr Oil
Quicksilver
Magnesia
vtanna
Roll and Flour Sulphur
Alcohol
Bnr.tr, refuted and ciude
< 'alomel
Red Precipitate
Corrosive Suhjimate
A'jua Ammonia
Spirita Nitre Dulcis
^uivr Carbonate Soda
Tartanc Acid
Epsom Salts
Laudanum
Senna
Sulphate Quintue
Oil Peppermint, and all Essen
rial Oili
Gum Myrrh
' antharide*
Gum Tragicanth
Powdered B?rk
^ork ol all kinds
Sarsapanlla
Sprintes, coarse and fine
CONFECTIONER3. DIS?
TILLERS Si BAKERS.
' ochineal
Nutmeg*
Mace
C;oves
Cinnamon
Cassia Buds
Ajspice,
Iningl??*
Gum TraRicanth
'mhu Arabic, Turkey
(?um Gambouge
Oil of Rose*
do Peppermint
W inter green
Lemon
Cinnamon
Oianife
Ber^amot
AnnMsead
Absynth
< Jarraway
Juniper
Rose, Orange and Peach Wi
ters
Vanilla Beans
Tnnquiu Bojoin'
Coriander Setxl
Carraway Seed
Annis Seed
Jajube Pxite
Prarlash
Saleratus
Super Carbonate ol Soda
Tartaric Acid
GiiiRcr. white Jamaica
Green Ginje.r
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
"FACTURERS.
4. "
Man
Alum
Blue Vitriol
Copperas, English
can
Oil Vitnol
huk'ar Le^d
Bleaclunc Salts
Cochineal
Aqua Fortis
Nutgalls
Aunatto
Soila Aa!>
Pot and P<?irl Ashfs
Extrai t Logwood
Taitaric Acid
Bichromate of Potash
Sal Soda
Gum Shellac
Cudbear
Woad
OILS.
Fall. WTnter and Summer
Strained Sj)erm
Refined and unrefined Whale
Lard Oil
PATENT MEDICINE.
DEALERS.
Balsam of Ho iey
Torlington'j BaUim
Bateman> Droj?
Ha.laem Oil and Bn?-^h Oil
Seidlftz Powder*
StouK'htou'i Bitter*
Kxtract Sarsaparilla
Ccjihalic Snuff
Anderson's Pil's
tree's do
H^ver'i do
? 'podeldocj Steers and liquid
Soda Powders
(redfrey's Cordial
Anderson's Cough Drops
Thomson's Eye-water
S2f> T^r
Glue
Sumac
Lac Dye
Starch
Pru**iare Potash
Gum Serial
Powdert-d Curcuma
Powdered blu* Smalt*
Quercitron Bark
Spirits Nitre Fortis
saltuetre
British Gum
Nitric Acid aud Oxalic Acid
OIL"
Tanners' Train, Linseed
Neatsfoot, Olive, [or Sweet]
, and Sea Elephant
I Sperm and Sturic Condi's
TAPER MAKERS, HAT?
TERS. 8tc.
Bleaching Powders
Powdered Blue Smalts
Glue
Oil Vitnol
Copper Galx
Shtll Lac
Alcohol
Extract of Logwood
Nutgalls
Blue Vitriol
I Verdigris
Copperas
Sal Ammoniac
Antimony
Sugar of Lead
Al'im, Ste. &c.
Logwood
Ctmwcod
Fustic
Nicaragua
Barwood
Gum Asphijtum
Sal Ammoniac
Soars
DYERS AND MANUFACTURERS.
Brazil Wood
}Vd 6aanders
Hasch Wood
R^d Wood
Hyperu?c Wood
Peach Wood
Ebany Wood
I^RUGGISTS- GLASS WARE -^ommoo VuU f?
scription Vialt Patent M**gJ$i& BcvJ?. cW
logne*. Fancy ^"^^f^ ? Varnish. Demijohns,
All articles warranted genuine. The, promptest attention
Riven to orders from the country. o',$ lm
TiEASrrr*W half chests Canton Young Hyson.
IX thirteen pound boxe? do.
For sal* by
j7 zw GRIN N ELL, MINTURN fit Co. 78 Sooth sty
IMPORTANT TO UMBRELLA MAKERS.?
A 100 grr?M Top Notches of different ?ixe?.
1000 ?* Tip? to match, cheaper and better than any
manufactured m the United State*. For sale at 121 Pnoce ?t.f
br, . JAMES G. MOFFKT,
oll lm? Msjoftcttuei;

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