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The tribunE7
Djt. Banning's Lectures.?Wc have received
from a friend a printed synopsis of " Popular
Lectures on the Mechanical Nature and Physical
Cure of Chronic Diseases of the Human Trunk,
by E. P. Banning, M. D.," and wc understand
lie author is now lecturing through the country
irith general and hearty approbation. Wc have
not heard him, but have no doubt he will do good
to those who hear and heed him?the latter being
the main point. Even if the claims of extraor?
dinary ability or research on his part be unfound?
ed?what then ? There is no well-educated,
able, experienced physician who could not impart
truths of vital importance, if the People would
only regard them, but they won't. \Ye all, with
few exceptions, live in daily violation even of
those laws of life wc now understand?what profit
in teaching us others ? Wc need first virtue to
live up to the light wc now have. Instead of
this, if we are induced to hear some new teacher
on this subject, we forget that great part of his
discourse which wc know to be true and deserv?
ing our regard, and run our thick heads against
seme pitiful quiddity about ' saw-dust bread,' 'no
neat,' or the like, and throw the whole subject
overboard. The mischief is that our appetites
govern our understandings, and wc don't want
lobe convinced of the hurtfulncss of that which
our depraved tastes incline to. So we push on
in the old way until brought up by a fever, an
epidemic, or a consumption, and then betake our?
selves to physic, mercury, and the graveyard.?
So goes the world, and so is it bent on going.?
Yet we shall try to hear this Dr. Banning if he
comes among us.
mkthodist QcAltTXRLY review. GkOIIOK FeCK,D.D.
Editor, N. Y. Conference Office.
The October number of this Review contains
several interesting articles. The first is a long
review of two discourses delivered in Baltimore,
by Bishop Whittingham, on 4 The Priesthood in
the Church ;' the second, 1 The Philosophy of
Rhetoric;' the third is an able essay on ' Pulpit
Eloquence.' 1 School and the Schoolmaster' is
the occasion of one of the most beautiful essays
on education we have read in a long time. There
is a truthfulness, and quiet earnestness in it that
is really charming. Wc should be glad to sec it
published in some cheap form, to give it wider
circulation ; for strange as it may seem, there is
nothing on which the public mind needs enlight?
ening mere than on this singlo subject. Wc
feel the need of education, and arc active in fur?
nishing the means of it to all. But our schools
and colleges arc too much like patent, intellect?
ual machines, into which every class of mind is
cast alike, to come out bolted, intellectual flour.
The peculiar character of each cunningly wrought
mind in its infancy?the nice adaptation of means
xvc poe-soss to bring out and strengthen the best
powers, and quell the worst, arc very little under?
stood. Every parent knows very soon whether
its child has a weak eye, or deformed limb, but
passes through life without ever noticing its more
serious mental and moral defects.
McCulloch's Universal Gazetteer.?The
fifth number of this important work, which die Harper* are
to issue In 18 parts, at 25 cants each, is now published. It
contains, iu addition to the. usual quantity of reading mat?
ter, a large map showing the inland navigation, coalfields,
light-homes, &c of the British Empire.
[XT Wc have received from the Publisher, F.
Rilev, No. 29 Chatham street, the fine pieces of Music :
'Deux Morceaux,' 'There's Magic in that little Song,'' I
eould not lire alone, Stc._
Official Grngiilng.
New-York, Oct. 20,1643.
To the Editor of the Tribune :
Sir : In the course of business it became ne?
cessary for mc to obtain a copy of a personal
mortgage filed with the Register of New-York
at his office. I went there yesterday, and on
paying six cents, the fee for searching for the
document, it was shown to me, when 1 took and made a
copy of it by filling a blank which Iliad with me, which
occupied in all about five minutes. 1 now attempted to
have the office, but was stopped, and five shillings were de?
manded from me, as the fee for copying the paper.
I refused to pay anothei so exorbitantly for work done by
myself, ou a piece of paper bought by myself, especially
when that charge included whole folios of printed matter,
which neither the Register nor myself had written. Upon
this refusal the paper was taken from me by Mr. Buun, Du*
puty Register, aud I left the office without it.
When public officers seek to swell the fees of their office
by the*e petty iuroads upon the citizen, they should bo re?
sisted. It is the duty of the ReglfterjtO keep books and papers
of public matters for free inspection. The mere fact of
committing the result of an inspection to writing does not
change the citizen's rights.
By publishing the above you w dl oblige
JAMES ?. McADAM, Att'y. 27 Beekman-st.
Marriage Fees in Coon Skins.?A - Corres
pondent of the Richmond Compiler states that
the following anecdote was related to him at a
wedding party:
The conversation turned on the ' hard times,' and to
Tally the gro.^tn ! irmarked that times were so hard iu Vir?
ginia that young p,ople. though ever so loving and matri?
monially disposed, could not get married. But our landlord
remarked, that the years 1821 and 1822 in Indiana and Ken?
tucky, were still harder, ,f possible; for h, had the,, to ?er.
form the marriage ceremony, and take his fees in ' coon
ikinst'-that twelve skins was his regular price, and as
he was a hatter by trad*, and it soon became known that he
would marry tor coon skins, he did a large business both at
hatting and marry ing- ? Many a runaway couple,' said the
ex.Suuire, ' from Kentucky, have I married f<u coon skins.
They frequently brought them," continued he, * on horsei
back, rolled up, and tied behind them, like a jrreat coat-'?
We were all iu a roar of laughter, and thought him joking;
but he affirmed it to be literally true, that he h.xd married at
least 50 couple for coon skins, and that he had more mar?
riage ceremonies to perform than any other Justice, from
Aix circumstance?Ot rather, to use his own words, 1 I got
?? the marrving, because I would take coon skins.' "
Shot in the Neck.?The Cincinnati Daily
Message says :?We were surprised to see a man yesterday
"rith a sega'r iu his mouth, and a volume of smoke issuing
from the'back of his neck. The man had been shot five
y?*rsago, the ball entering the back of his neck, and com
?ORoat at his mouth, which is very capacious and generally
?"'deepen. The wound had been healed, but left the hole
""de by the passage of the bullet. He keeps it corked up,
**?pt when smoking, and sometimes, wheu in a great hurry,
"?eats with his mouth, while his diink is poured by a ser
T*otinto the bullet-hole!
ET Capt. Hosken, it seems, of the Great
Western, in a letter to Richard Irvin, Esq. of this city, has
acknowledged the superior sailing of the Princeton.
33" Twenty deaths have occurred at Rodney,
?*?r Natchez, from the Yellow Fever. The inhabitants had
W4?y of them tied, and of the remainder, from the latest ac
coant?, one-third were sick.
03* A boat containing three natives of the
?feide Vtrd Isles was swamped on Tuesday, near Egg
"?wWqw New Bedford, and one of them drowned.
BF GREELEY & McELRATH.
VOL. III. NO. 168.
B
Notes on Democracy, by a Democrat.
To the Editors of The Tribune :
The readiness with which you published my
first letter emlioldcns me to send another. I will,
by your permission, so long as I shall find a place
in your vehicle on my way to the great .Democrat?
ic Convention which is to assemble in Baltimore,
in my next, make myself as agreeable and as en?
tertaining as the subjects on which I shall con?
verse will admit. My neighbor, Argus, who
know.- a thing or two about, public matters, and
whose opportunities as well as capacity for see.
tog are very great, has furnished me with much
valuable information which from time to time he
has laid aside, believing, as he says, " that the
fullies into which his party has so often precipi?
tated itself, would one day rise up in judgement
against it." lie lias taken especial care, also, of
the evidences of the great frauds by which its cor?
rupt managers have in many instances cheated
and deluded the. people, in order that he may jus?
tify himself as their accuser, and the better ena?
ble himself to aid in their humiliation if not their
overthrow. I think myself peculiarly fortunate
in being so favored by my neighbor, and would
fain hope to make myself, as we jog along, in
structivc as well as amusing. Knowing you to
to be of that class of travelers who hate, being
b*red, I shall claim the privilege of being epi?
sodical in my conversation, thus adding to the in?
terest which the main subject will afford the ad?
ditional pleasures derivable from correlative va?
riety. In my last letter I complained of the in?
tolerance of the priesthood of that portion of the
Democratic party who worship at the shrine of
the reputed author of the " much-ado-about
nothing " Sub-treasury scheme. I wish to be un?
derstood, when speaking of the Democratic party
in terms of censure, that the censure applies to
this portion only, for if some portion of it is not
both guiltless and guileless how shall wc account
for its repeated victories over its talented and well
appointed adversaries, the whigs ? What Cole?
ridge said of bigoted Christians, may be said of
those obnoxious men : they love their party better
than their principles, and themselves better than
either. So apparent is this self-love that it is
become nauseating 'even to the stomach of the
parly, a thing almost incredible to those who are J
familiar with, the capacities and callousness of its
assimilating maw. I do not object to Mr. Van
Buren on the ground of his resemblance to the
persons who thus conduct themselves. I believe
him to be too much of a political dillctanle with
all his imputed affection for Democratic princi?
ples to purr over the mousing schemes of lesser
men. But I object to him, and would object to
any other man's being a candidate for the office
of President of the United States, who has not the
manliness to disavow all participation in, and
countenance of, such insidious modes of proce?
dure. The candidate who is content with suc?
cess, no matter by what means attained, should
never be a freeman's choice; and sure I am that
if the people will only compare the promises with
the performances of those impostors, they will
exclaim, to your tents, oh Israel! Stand aside
and give place to one nore worthy. Briarecs.
OAR.DING SCHOOL.?New Canaan Semi
- nary, Ct. Number limited to twenty. Circulars at 300
Pi.arl st. N. Y. [o5 Im*] J. OSROTt\. Prmrijuil.
IQUENCH LANG CAGE?M?ns. Bglteart, pro
fessor of the Kreuch Language, begs to inform his friends
and pupils that his second French Class this season commen?
ces at his residence, tf5 Duanc st, on Friday Evening, the third
of November, at 7 P clock.
N. B. Private lessons given at home or at the resilience of
the pupils_ o21 tf
NEW SEMINARY?MKS. ldOYTsl-essnn
Rooms, No. 33 Forsyth, neai Walker street.?Instruction
in all th- branches taught in the .best Institutions.?Roy. R.
Hoyi will aidthe pupils in attaining elegance in composition
and penmanship,, and. will assist the several classes in their
Studies bv familiar lectures and illustrations.
Hours from in A. M. to 5 P. M.?Evening Cla.ss from 7
o'clock to 0. Charges moderate, oll Im
F2 KT1 \ AM BOY SEMINARY ? Scientific.
Mathematical and Classical.?The Principals fully intend
their School shall be second to none in point of merit. The
Winter Session will commence on Monday, November 6.
Terms moderate, in accordance with the times. Circulars
with testimonials and references may be had of John S. Tay?
lor, Brick Chapel, or of the Principals.
S. E. WOODBRIDGE,
sl26\v* S. <;. WOODBRIDOE.
/^ W." FE EKS' CLASS 1C ANI)" ENG L1SH
Kj. SCHOOL, 610 Broadway (rear Stuyvesant Institute)
will be re-opmed on Monday. 4th September.
Teachers.?C. E> Washbura. A. M. (latelya tutor in
Amherst College) Latin and Greek; A. Pestiaux, French; E.
Purcell. Drawing,; W. Davison, Penmanship; W. B. Brad?
bury' V oca! Music.
'Hie English and Mathematical Departments w ill be under
the superintendence of die Principal.
Circulars, containing terms, &.c. may bo had on application
to Mr. Briant,6l5 Broadway, oi to the Principal. au31 tf
REV. J. F. MESSENGER'S CLASSICA L
SCHQQL=-(corner of Clintonaud Pacific streets, Brook?
lyn.)?This School will re-opesi on the 1st day of September.
Punctual attendance of the pupiis Is requested.
The course of instruction in tiiis institution is full and tho
rougii, embracing the English, Classical, Mathematical and
Scientific branches. Strict attention is paid to the formation
of the moral as well as intellectual character ol pupils. The
first masters are employed in the several departments, and the
mode of instruction continued which has so long given satis?
faction.
The limited number of sit pui ils will be received into the
Principal's family, and receive the care of a parent. _
Circulars stating terms, &c. may be had on application at
the Church Depositor.-, No. 20 John-st, or at the bookstore of
Mr. A. V. Blake, Fultou-st. New-York, and at Mr. A. M.
Wilder1* Bookstore, 51 Fulton-st. Brooklyn._au30tf
PREPARATORY SCHOOL AT MIDDLE
1 TOWN. CONN.-CLASSICAL AND ENGLISH
BOARDING SCHOOL.?This Institution is situated in
one of the most healthful, ijuit t and beautiful tow ns in New
England, of easy access daily from New York, Albany and
Boston. ... i. ? ,
Students reside with the Principal, and are at all times under
his care. The number is limited, and none are permitted to
remain w hose example is injurious. To render this School
more worthy of th* confidence of parents, the Principal has
examined mauv similar Institutions in Europe and America.
The Sui imer Sensiou commences May 13; ends October 15.
" Winter " " Nov." " April "
The charge is SM j?er Session, which includes all expenses,
save for Books. Music and Modern Languages. \
Circulars and minute information may be obtained of Rev.
Henry Chase, 44 Market street, New York, and of Rev. Alfred
Saxe. Albany. n. Vt, CHASE.
s2i UkWtNl.1)* _
T Oil N ALZ A Nl" OR A'S FRE N C H BO AR Dl N G
ei SCHOOL?On the Hudson river, f.O miles from New
York.?The winter term of this Institution w ill commence
on the 1st November next. Th" studies pursued embrace the
modern and ancient Languages, with th- usual English
branches. Parental advice and discipline are the means used
to secure the attention and industry of the pupils. Constant
efforts are made to impress upon the minds ol the scholars the
great necessity of their making the best endeavors to treasure
in theirmemorv the lessons they are expected to recite; and not
to be satisfied with merely reciting them well at the time tliey
are called. Moral obligations and refinement of manners are
particularly inculcated; and no boy ol vicious habits is allow?
ed to remain in the family. The pupils, eiyoy the heneti; Ol
having the company of their instructor during the time ol re
creation as well as in study hours.
There an- now four vacancies. Terms, ?175 a year, payable
Quarterly in advance. Music, extra. Farther information
may be had by applying to Mr. Alzamora, at No. 48 Barclay
v\.r. ______o7_lm?
ND^-R?BBER OVER-SHOES at DAY'S, 25
Maiden Lane. , _ , _
15.000 pairs Luhes1 plain and figured Rubbers
1,500 do. Men's do. do.
3.00? do. Misses and Children's do. ,
i,M do. Men's ami Women's shut Rubber OverT?hOes
500 do. Ladies' fur-bound Grecians, leather sole*
5W do. Golve or corded top Rubbers
30? do. Ladies'quilted silk upper Over-Shoos?a new
a:.d elegant style . j c ? u
Also?Anew article with surface of patent japanned nnisn,
together with many other styles,?making the most complete
stock for the Trade to select from, to be found in the Lnited
States. HORACE H. DAY,
Successor to the Roxburv L R Co.
s23 Im 25 Maiden Lane.
I
TND1A RUBBER SHOES.?The subscriber is
A now receiving his F*all supply of India Rubber Shoes, and
rmp-ctiully solicits a call. Dealers may relv upon the assort?
ment being as c-Heral and complete as can "be found in tne
market, as he is supplied by thediffereut manufacturers with
every saleable style of Shoes.
His stock of lined Rubbers is decidedly the best ever offered ;
is besides, lining good Shoes, they are lined in a verv superior
manuer, of plain and figured Rubbers, Men's and Women's,
the supply is large and well seasoned.
Sheet and Cloth Rubber Shoes, Buskins. Sandals, mannfac
tared Rubbers, kc, can be found at this establishment, made
in a superior manner and w arrauted
Also, India Rnhber Carriage Cloth, Hose for the Croton
Water, Machine Banding, Life Preservers, Pillows. Cushions,
Sic. Sic , and all other mannfactur*d goods ou hand, and man?
ufactured to order. c; L. ROSS,
sj _121 Maiden lane. between Pearl and Water-sts.
MASON WORK.?Grates set and repaired.
Cisterns built and repaired, Plastering and all kinds ol
Masou work, done at short notice by JOHN HUMPHRY,
108 Monroe-street, near Pike. Please mark the number down.
O30 JK?
OFFICE NO. 160 I
\EW-iORR, WtOKDAH JIOl
TENNESSEE?(Official.)
Gor. 1S13
Court ties. Joues. P.'lk.
M inry.1 ;-21
Hickman. . . -217
Montgomery. 1242
Giles. . . . . .1307
De Kalb . .. 519
Gibson.1159
Stewart. . .. 470
Franklin... 417
Lincoln.... 659
While. 932
I Iverton,
J ickii'll .
201
1117
Wayne. 676
Meigs.
Hamilton. .
Van Barer.. ,
McNairy. .
Henrv.
124
623
149
751
753
Perry.726
Henderson. .. 1105
' idison. . ..11
Carroll.1274
Weakley.
Laud; rdah
592
291
3 i ith.2101
340
318
Diekson. .
Humphreys
Warren. ', . . 342
Kn,tr'33. ... Ill
Bedford. . .. 1510
Monroe. ... 860
Hawkins. . . 1130
farter.714
Sevier.820
J-fferson. . . 1610
(.rr-tinger. . . 10IS
Kuox. . ..
Johnson.
Hardeman
McMinn.
Dyer_
Greene. .
Polk_
Ctaiborne.
Shelbv.1352
Rutbe'rford. . 1586
Sullivan. . .. 353
Wilson.2427
Williamson. .1930
Ro.me. . ..
Haywood. .
Ubion....
I -oclie. . ..
Washih gton
Tiptoa....
Fayette.1072
Anderson . . . 694
Campbell. . . 2S3
Marshall. . . 697
Marion.470
Davidson. . .2064
Hard in.582
Rliea.213
Bentoi. 310
Lawrence. . . 474
Cannon.354
Robertson... 1199
Bradlev. ... 483
Coffee.339
Sumner.818
Blount. .... 1054
Morgan.... 183
Bledsoe. ... 520
1911
349
619
S79
360
978
225
599
6S3
695
313
620
840
357
1900.
913. ,
911.
1226.
464. .
516. .
662. ,
1039. ,
2314.
456. .
104?.
717. .
343.
576. .
621. .
179. .
643. .
1167. .
450. .
429. .
656. .
469. .
900. .
21/.. .
713. .
612. .
489. .
1164. .
410. .
1479. .
1023. .
1296. .
153. .
61. .
256. .
572. .
454. .
S6. .
915. .
1025. .
238...
1524. .
419. .
813. .
1026. .
1367. .
1251. .
1073. .
S61. .
671. .
640. .
477. .
160. .
1059. .
469. .
1060. .
283. .
379. .
1337. ,
355. .
1431. .
665. .
359. .
410. .
469. .
690. .
764. .
873. .
935. .
1732. .
730. ..
162. .
238. .
Gov.
J mes.
.1367
. 247
. 925
.1110
inn.
Polk.
2187.
939.
781.
1276.
Pres't, 1310.
Hur. V.B.
(new county )
432. ,
614. ,
1361. .
2504. ,
511. ?
959. ;
628. .
319. .
574. .
560. .
. (new o unty.)
.1017
. 379
. 603
. 728
1158
. 262
1109
. 666
S4
44
741
. 721
. 707
11 OH
1046
1195
c-09
509.
11(13.
353.
32S.
554.
425.
726.
(new com t\ ?)
2369
. 319
. 433
. 476
. 144
, 1353
. 846
. 1053
. 729
. ?69
.16(15
1003
.1S42
. 372
. 624
. 955
326
S94
194
, 462
. S29
1711
213
,2240
. 1505
9S3
655
274
S21
7S9
519
,1003
540
343
690.
657.
693.
2037.
359.
2344.
935.
1343.
133.
S3.
176.
624.
395.
70.
853.
S64.
212.
1574.
345
756.
736.
1634.
1336.
071.
509.
649.
654. .
337.
100.
1123.
634. .
664.
265. ,
362.
.1497
293
.1101
.1190
.1272
. 457
. 645
. 531
.1201
329
.1302
. 760
. 119
. 606
. 906
. 662
. 751
.1313
.1312
.136!
. 523
.2657
. 396
. 191
. 513
. 140
.1375
. 923
.1063
. 637
. 9:6
.1311
.1095
. 2096
. 390
. 876
. 1022
. 446
.1032
2025
952
7P0
1342
416
642
1461
2531
386
9S8
691
266
535
473
477
1079
34^
637
352
723
658
653
333
1944
323
2156
926
1251
99
45
131
449
314
49
660
897
206
1659
(new ?oimti )
. (new county )
431
1763
510
. 161
. 258
. 622
320.
1236.
596.
379. .
331.
505.
. (new COUntV.)
. 960 680. .
. 480 846. .
. (new countv.)
.'702 1621...
.1005 6C9. .
. 168 126. .
. 690 227. ..
. 631
. 950
.1706
. 327
, .2550
.2017
.1047
. . 607
. 267
. 917
. 892
. 573
.1140
. 626
. '161
. 503
.1960
. 662
. . 209
. 259
. 637
.1167
. 467
. 794
.1193
. 211
. 644
733
681
1475
1336
S70
691
54.5
676
367
SO
10S3
666
902
227
32S
363
1274
581
393
301
372
.650
791
1739
640
161
202
Total. . .58,307 54,474 63,929 50,705 60,391 48,289
Majority.3.S33.3,224.2,102.
(LT Gov. Jones's majority is increased 609
over that of 1841, while the vote is the heaviest
ever polled in the State._
Vermont... [Official Canvass kor Congress.]
Whip Cand. Loco.
I. .'Solomon Foote . . .6.69S C.B. Harrington. . .4.926
R. R. Thrall (Abol) 603 Scat.67. Foote's maj.1,197
II. ..Jacob Collamer-6,925 Truman B. Roiaotn.4,333
T.Hutchinson (Ab) 1,003 Scattering (Whig). 260
Collamer lacks of being chosen. . .271.
III. .?George P. Marsh. .. 6,264 John Smith.4,596
W.H.French (Abol) 718 Scat. 133. MVsjnaj. 808
IV. . .George B. Chandler 4,957 - Paul Dillinghatn, Jr. 6,317
O. Putnam (Abol). 797 Scattering (Loco)... 377
* Elected. Dilliugham's Maj?. .... .286
Sales at tue Stock Exchange, Oct. 31.
$500 N V 6s, '50_99 V
1,000 III 6i, Delafiald.. 37\
1,000 Ohio 6s, '56 .... 96
5,000 Ohio 6s. '66.. . . 95J 20
1,000 do do.9611 50
10,000 do do. . .. b60 95^: 15
4,000 Keut'y.99 i 20
6,000 do do.?SI 300
7,000 do do.98| 100
0,000 111 Special ...s30 33 1:2.50
3,000 do do .... blO 38J 100
2,000 do <*o.b3 38} 25
6,000 do do.b3 35$II50
5 000 do do.s30 39 A 25
2,000 do do.38 J [200
4,000 Indiana.36*
5,000 do do.36J
2,000 Inda Sterling. . . 36
14,000 do do 60 yrs . . 35
second board.
fi.5,000 Illinois.38|j 50 shrs Harlem . . . s6d 33
1 do do.s20 33j
do do.334
do do.b3 33$
do do.b6!33
doL I Rrd.52
2.000 Tennessee6s.. . . 99$
15 shrs Merchs' Bit... 105
9 do Del Sc Hud.108}
20 do Atlantic Bank. . 76
50 do Farmers' Loan . 21
15 do Ohio L St T .. . HS]
20 do N Am Ins Co. . 90
do Harlem.^3
do do.bnw 33
do do.s3 33
do.sbO 32J
do.33
do.s3 32?
do.?3 32]
do Pateraon. 57
do do.57$
do do.?8
do Stonington.. . . 323
do
do
do
do
bin
100
60
5,000 Ohio, I960. 951] 150
10,000 do do.. . .s6ds 95$ 50
50 shrs Harlem R. 33 25
100 do do.33} 60
50 do do ..... . sl6 33| j 100
66 do do.h20 33-1
Public Stock Exchange, Oct. ?1.
$1,000 Ohio 6s, '60.. .s3 96-T
1 000 do do '60.bnw 95;? j 50
do ... .s60 95 50
do . . . cash <Jbl\ 50
1,000
7,000
1.000
1,000
do
do
do
do
do_b3 95^ 150
do.95 f 1 60
l!000 Ohio7s,'. 105 j I 60
I,000lll6?,70....b30 37 100
3.000 do do-cash 37} j 150
do. . .. nw 37] I 75
do.b7 37}1200
do.nw 37 100
do . . . cash 37 j 25
do. . . bnw 37 25
do.. . . b20 37}; 25
1,000 Kv 6s, 30 yrs .sl5 9SJ
3 000 dr> do . . .cash 98*}
1.000 do do_h 15 961
26 flbarea Dry Dock Bk. 31
do
do
do
do
do
1,000
2,000
2.000
6,000
2.000
1.000
do
do
do
do
do
do
lb shrs Farm Trust .56O 21
do Paterson.. . . s3 67}
do L I Rrd . . . s30 6l|
do.52
do.s70 51j
do.b60 52$
do.cash 62j
do.b60 52
do HarUm. . .cash 32?
do do.cash 33
do do.s30 32
do do.cash 321
do do.bl5 32*
do do. .. Tuesday 32$
do do.bnw 321
do do.nw 32}
do do.h30 32}
do do.Mon 32J
fTT* Health, Q,ulet, and Comfort.-The Gra?
ham House. -S Barclay-street, N^?risl^^-j4?jW
to strangers stoppings few days or weeks in thexity, ?ucJm
are rarely offered. It is eligibly located on a clean ai dhairy
street, very near the business part ol the city, ud mjfe im?
mediate vicinity of the principal steamboat Undings. Its
E?nta ?SIconvenientand neat, while its table is sullied
withthe best Vegetables and Fruits that can h* procure.I..ex?
cluding entirely Animal Food and st.muants of ?Uogdi.
Char?es moderate, and every effort made to render Boarders
comfortable. Shower Baths free. Remember, 63 Barclay
street. _ , , _~
-SHAKERTTfOSlERY. ,
KNIT AND FLANNEL UNDER SHIRTS
mid Drawers. Manufactured by the Shakf.rs of Mer
rimack County, N. H. Persons Wishing a superior article
Set clothing suitable;for the coming "^^J"??
durability with warmth, either at wholesale or eta. . are in
vited to call on the Agent, where they will becerUin 01rget
o\i D&Wlm ? 126 Maiden Lane between Pearl &Water-sts.
TEAS?250 half chests Canton Young Hyson.
150 thirteen pound boxes do.
Srjvf bfjRINNKLL. MOTCR^S^^oujh^
I" MPORTANT TO UMBRELLA MAKERS.
D> ,, , ? Manufacturer
oll lm?_--j?
VTOTICE?The copartnership heretofore exist
j\ ing under the firm of LOTT St-CHAPIN is this day
dissolved by mutual consent. The debts and business^of the
bS Firm will be settled by Jerome I^&gj^f*
business at the same place. J?0. R- CHAPIN,
3t- * 156 Fulton-street.
"TAMES G. M?FFET7l2l~Prince st., W. Y.,of
J ?t'oTGerman Silver, fully eo.u*l to the imported.
2 ? ^r^l^S?^ article. Al;o a
wiucn. wiio, ,.v>ml1, , siroenor article and at ver, rc
tilla
ol
2500 Sheet Brass, various sizes,
in/in " rtiDPFR'S do. a very superior ------
largequanritr of CO OPE R'S EARS ind RIVETS
wiing marmfictured under his own'own
el'ce he jsenabled to warrant a supenor article and atveryw
duced prices._.-?
/^l ALA PLAIDS.?3 cases Gala Plaids, a new
IT 'C:,.Ttlful style of goods, suitable and seasonable for
n^nft m Ah . 5 bales Shepards and Harlequin
?"'?J J new&nffo rgenllemens cloak linings, ladies man
O.ius^mtm^l^^^^ Sr^ciraens are exhibited
hr^Tatr.^^
lated for 1 ringe makers, for "^Exchaiige p!aCe, npstairs^.
ol8lw* ._??'
-BOOTS AND SHOES,
A T GALE (V CO.'S, 260
Aal assortment may had *&J^g&?i ?d will be
invoice of thick Kip and Calf BooO;J0?^?^ Women's
.old at a bargain. Brogans in great raneties. a
Buskins, bootees, Slipi-ers. ice._, _ j others are in
\lso Hats and Caps. Country ?'?wtt?fl?fot cash or
titodte call and examine. All sold nnusuaJl> low lore*,
acceptances, by the case ^^Li St CO. 26a Pearl-street,.
010 2** U.S? Wto* NwT?*.
VASSA?-STREET.
ESKING, OCTOBER 2S, 1843.
CHE A P STORE.
nvrrr< ?nl^US^?,Mt:i<s AND THE PUBLIC.
DRUGS, DYE STUFFS. PAINTS, MEDI
?5H??> GROCERIES, &c.
-rnuv? ?\LrX\V!V,H STREET. .NEW-YORK.
TOHN.C. MORRISON offers for sale on the
ej most liberal terms f..r ('ASH ?- CREDIT, a lery exten
?-?^f?I f'.TrV0'.^;?'iR' ?DOOS them the tollowing, to which
he would ci'i the attention of
APOTHECARIES
Opium
I amphor
Cream Tartar
i aatile Soap
Liquorice
Balsam Copavia
Rhu barb
Map
a livj
Flors. Chamomils
Gum Arabic
astor Oil
Quicksilver
Magnesia
'!a .us
Roll and Flour Sulphur
A'cohol
Borax, refined and ciu:ie
alomel
Red Precipitate
'orrorive Sublimate
Aq.ua Ammonia
?pirits Nitre Dulcii
mper Carbonate Soda
Tartanc Acid
Epsom Saks
Laudanum
Senna
Sulphate Quinine ' Spanish Brown
Oil Peopermmt, and all Essen-; V- .????? Ked
^a'?Us . Sand Paper
(jum Myrrh
Lanthan des
Gum Tranacinth
Powdered B-rk
o-k of all kinds
?arsiparilla
Spoufes, coarse and fin*
PAINTERS.
>\ tndow Glass of all sizes and
rjuaJitiea
White Lead dry and in oil
Red Lead
Litharge
Si ints of Taxpentin?
! utty
WWting
V erdigns, dry aiid in oil
< hrome lireen
Chrome Yellow
Yellow Ochre, French arid
American
Prussian Blue
Vermillion
Kotten Stone
ivory Bhck
Gum Copal
pHi .t Brush.*, all siz^s
Ros- Pink
Lamp B ack
British Lu>tre
I ?lue, all sorts
Gold and Silver Leaf
G Id and Silver Brome
Qoppei Bronze
Chalk, white and r*l
Paris W hit?
CONFECTIONERS. D1S
TILLERS & BAKERS.
Cochineal
Nutmegs
M4C?
Cloves
( innamon
Cassia Duds
Ajspice
I Isingbsss
Gum Tragacatilh
< ium Arabic, Turkey
1 Gum G unn?tige
Oil of Roses
do l'e:;-ermint
do W liitergreen
do Lemon
do Cinnamon
do O/ange
do Bergamot
do Aniiissr-ed
du Absynlh
do Carraway
do Juniper
Rose, Orange and Peach Wa?
lters
Vanilla Beans
Tonquiu B?an*
Coriander Seed
Carraway Srvd
Aiiins Seed
Jujube Paste
Pearl ash
Saleratus
Super Carbonate of Soda
Tartaric A el
Ginger. white-Jamaica
Green Ginger
MANUFACTURERS.
Alum
Blue Vitriol
Copperas, English & Ameri
can
Oil Vitriol
Sugar Lead
Bleaching Saks
Cochineal
Aqua Fortis
Nutgalls
Annatto
Soda Ash
Pot and Pearl Ashes
Extiact Logwood
Tattaiic Anid
Bichromate of Potash
Sal Soda
O.... i... u?
Cudbear
Woad
OILS.
Fall, Winter and Summer
Strained Sperm .
Refined and unrefined Whale
Lard Oil
PATENT MEDICINE.
DEALERS.
Balsam of Ho ey
Turlington:!* B.ilram
BatemanN Drops
Hartem Oil and British Oil
Seidletz Powers
Stoughton's Bitters
Extract Sarsaparilla
Cephalic Snuff
Anderson's Pil:*
Lee's do
Hooper's do
1 Ipodeldoc. Steers and liquid
Soda Powders
Godfrey's Cordial
Anderson's Cough Drops
Thomson's Eye-water
tu mice Stone
Tar and Rosin
Japan, Copal, Coach and Har
nesi Varnish
Turkey UmDer
'IVrra <le Sinena
,Rcd Chalk
!Gum Shellac
I Bright Varnish
I Sash Tools, ill sizes
Ulack Lead
GROCERS,
i oung Hyson Tea
Hyson
Imperial
Gunpowder
.Hyson Skin
Souchong
Bohea
! French Brandies
!Spanish Segar?
Pot and Pearl Ashes
,1 Starch
Liouoiice Ball
Bath Brick
Saleratus
Fi. Biue
Pow dered Ginger Root
Alum
Olive Oil, in bottles & baskets
Nut megs
Saltpetre, crude and refined
Pepper Sauce
Macaboy *nuff
Scotch Snuff
Mace
India: >, Flotant
Castile Soap
t loves
Castor Oil, in bottles
Alcohol
Epsom Salt?
Cinnamon
Friction Match?*
Carbonate Ammonia
j British Lustre
j so', i for washing
Mustard, London
Cayenne Pepper
Powdered N utmeg
Powdered < innamon
MANUFACTURERS.
Grain and Bar Tin
Fuller's Earth
M idder, Dutch and French
Indigoes of Bengal, Caraccas
and Guatemala
White Tartar
Red do
Glue
Sumac
Lac Dye
Sti.ch
PruBsiate Pcttsh
Ottm Senegal
Powdered Curcuma
Powdered blue Smalts
Quercitron Bark
Spirits Nitre Fcrtis
naitnetre
British Uutn
Nitric Acid and Oxalic Acid
-OfLS ?
Tanners*.Tram, Linseed
[Neatsfoot, Olive, [or Sweet]
and Sea Elephant
Sperm and Sturic Candles
PAPER MAKERS, HAT?
TERS. &c.
Bleaching Powders
Powdered Blue Sinai's
Glue
Oil Vitriol
Copi>er Galx
Sin 11 L ic
Alcohul
Extract of Logwood
.Nutgalls
Blue Vitriol
Verdigris
Copperas
Sal Ammoniac
Antimony
Sugar of Lead
Alum, 8tc. Stc
DYERS AND MANUFACTURERS.
Logwood Brazil Wood
Camwood Red Saunders
Fustic Hatch Wood
Nicaragua Red Wood
Boxwood Hypemic Wood
Gum Asphaltum |Peach Wood
Sal Ammoniac Ebany Wood
'DRUGGISTS* GLASS WARE.-Comrnon Vials, Pre?
scription Vials, Patent Medicine Vials, Acid Bottles, Co
lognes. Fancy Pungents, Druggists' Packing Bottles. Castor
Oils, Concaves, Magnesia, Blacking or Varnish, Demijohus,
Fl isks, Inkstands, Jars, Lemon Syrups, Mustard*, Snuffs,
kc. &c
Chemicals of all kinds, French, English and American. All
kinds of Paints and Colors. Every description of Drugs and
Druggists' articles, and Patent Medicines, Perfumery and
Soaps, a general assortment, &c. U.c. kc,
All articles warranted genuine. The promptest] attention
given to orders from the countiy._"19 lm_
CARD.?Dr. REESE having refurned to the
city, has resumed the practice of his profession in all its
departments. He may be consulted at his otfice and dwelling,
127 Grand-etrert. a few doors east of Bioadway, and opi>oeJte
Rev. Dr. McElroy's Church.
Dr. R. wi'l.ns heretofore, attend to Operative Surgery in
general, and particularly that for the removal of diseases and
deformities of the Eye-_
LAW CARD?John M. Dufkield, of Natchez,
Mississippi, will attend to legal business that may be con?
fided to him inMie Circuit Courts of Adams and the adjacent
counties, and in the Superior Courts of the State. A favora?
ble professional connection in Louisiana will enable him to
attend to business also in the Parishes of that State, near
Natchez. He refers to? . ?
drant Si Barton, Van Arsdale, Cauldwell and
Rob. Cochran,agent for Brown Wamock,
Brothers & Co. Malcolm ic Ganl,
Sam. Cochran, Henry Laverty,
William Kam s!6 D&W ly
Dr. J. G. hewett, No. 6:<3 Broadway, be?
tween Houston and Bleecker streets, New-York.?His
Practice is coi'tined to Dislocations, Hip Diseases, Sprains,
Contractions, Palsied Limbs, Rheumatism, Nervous Affec
tions.Teudmiess. Inflammations and Curvatures of the Spine,
Deformed Shoulders and Malformations of the Feet and Limbs,
Scrofula, White Swellings, Weakness of the Joints, and Dis?
ease* of the Limbs generally.
References given on application to Dr. IL_Oj lm
nHHE BEST COUGH CANDY.?It has been
X proved bv many,'of our citizens that J"NES'S COUGH
CANDY is the grand remedy for pulmonary or long com?
plaints. It is 30id for one shilling a package at the sign of the
American Eagle, 82 Chatham-street. We advise our leaders
to try it- T is really good?no humbug. Also lor sile at 130
Fulton-street, Brooklyn; 8 State-strett. Boston; 3 Ledger
Buildings. Philadelphia; 207 King street, Charleston, S. C.
ol7 im
/SrGANS.?HENRY erben informs the public
V/ that he continues to manufacture- Organ; at the old oatab
lishment. 172 C nitre-street. He offers for sale the following
Organ-: oue Gothic cased Orc-m?3 stops with a swell and
pedal bass, dimensions 13 feet high, 7 feet 0 inches wide, and
6 feet ID inches deep. One Swell Organ, 10 feet 6 inches high,
6 fret S inches w ide, and 3 feet 9 inches deep. One Swell Or?
gan of 9 feet 5 inches high,'6 feet wide, and 3 feet G inches deep.
A Chapel Organ of 5 stops, 8 feet 7 inches high, 5 feet 4 inches
wide and 3 feet deep. An elegant Parlor Organ. Also, a
small'Parlor Organ. A second-hand Church Organ, 9 feet
hrh, 5 feet 6 inches wide, and 3 feet deer>. A second-hand Par
Inrdrcan. A rosewood Seraphiue. Tne above Organs vary
? price from S225 to SMO. HENRY ERBEN,
09 jf Centre-soeeet. head of Canal street.
"GERMAN SILVER~GERMAN SILVER,
JAMES G. moffet, -Manufacturer. 121 Prince
st.. N. Y-, offers for sale, at the lowest market prices, 500
lbs- German Silver of different widths and thicknesse?. In
con's-quence of paying (penon-illy) his particular attention to
r>e manufacture oi this article he warrants it to stand unrival?
ed to any manufactured in this country for softness and beauty
.if color, and fully e>\nn\ to the imported._oll Ire?
TTTONDERFUL INVENTION to force the
VV growth of Human Hair.?Trial bottles only 3 shillings.
The names of som- of our most respectable citizens can oe
shown who hav* usr^I this and lound it all it is here statetL?
Call and see them at oar store; they certify that, having used
Jones's Ccral Hair Restorative, they found it to possess these
q IT^WDLL DRESS AND SOFTEN THE HAIR,
STOP ITS FALLING OFF AND CLEAN IT
It j^siuvely makea the hair grow, and keeps it in order a
long tim-?- Sold a: the sign ol the American Eagle, 82 Chat?
ham-street, price 3, 5 or 8 shillings. nr 139 Fultos-st., Brook?
lyn; 8 State-street, Boston; 3 Ledger Buildings, Philadelphia;
207 King-street, Charleston, S. C._o!7 lm
CAS^IMERES.?An exte-nsiv- variety oi Liusi
meres and Doe Skins, embracing all th< new styles of
black and fancy colored, plain, ritbed and plaid?just received
at DAVQL'S Cloth Store, 50 Maiden Lane._Ql3 2w
BUY YOUR OWN CLOTHS !?2 cases super
lustrous black French Broad Cloths. Also, a great vari?
ety of fancy Cloth, French, English and American Cloths
and Cassimerta?just received at DA YOL'S Cloth Store,
ol7 2w No. 50 Maiden ianc
FIVE DOLLARS A YEAR.
WHOLE IVO. 78?.
SANDS'S SARSAPARILLE
Th is ur.nvsl'ed preparation has performed some of tin
most astonishing cures of diseases thai are recorded ba the an
nah of history, thas proving conclusively it is ca; able ? fful
tilling the high aim and parpose for which it is design*!. Pa
tiects suiferinK for years f:om rations chronic constitutions
disorders, after trying different remedies, spending thousand?
of dollars in traveling and doctoring, and suffering all that hu
man nature is capable of enduring, hare, by the use f
few beetles, entirely recovered their health. Chronic Rheu
matum^Scrofula or King's Eril, Salt Rheum and Ring
worm, Ulcers and painful affection of the Mies. Ulcerati
Throjt and Nostril,, Scurvy. Biles, Chronic Sore Eyes
Blotches and various cutaneous eruptions, Glandular En
kargement, Hip Disease, .v.-. are effectually cured by its us.
Uiseweshayiagtheir origin in an impure ?t?te of thr bl
and fluids generally will be speedily and eflfectaall, ret:, i
by this invaluable medicine as its operation t? peculiar,aad
consists in removing the cause of disease bv entering into tl .
circulation and passi g through th* general system. When
structionsto its favorable operation exist, they are rem< n
as it passes along the alimentary canal; hence the patient w tf]
feel and know the sensible operation of the Sarsaparilu from
its curative powers.
The proprietors are daily receiving from the medical pro?
fession, the clergy, officers of justice, and numerous privat
citizens, ample and willing testimony both written and ve:
bal, t-j the superior value and tfftcacy of ihi* preparation. T<
the poor it is furnished gratuitously, on sufficient proof being
furnished of their worthine-s.
The following certificate? from individuals who have sut
fered with Scrofula in its *erer#s: form, aie presented for thi
careful perusal of the ilBicted :
Essex, Coy*, July 25, iso.
Messrs. Sands?(?rnt; about ei.ht years since, by being
overheated, and directly alt*r expo?ed, I w?s seized with
severe cold, winch deranged the whole system Purple
Ii? id spots appeared on the skin, aitentled w ith violent pain o
the head ; the symptoms being alarming, a physician was call
ed who prescribed blistering and leaching, which produ ?
par ial re.ief% Hard bony lumps formed under t. * ?km on \ .
rious part-, of the body, md th? doctor pronounced my com
plaint hereditary Scrofula now for the first time developed.
Pbe following winter my sighr failed m bo:h eyes; medical
aid was again resorted to, winch relieved my sight during th<
summer ; my no>e now began to increase uisize sndtl
irutg tin
_..K wholi
bo<ty rapidly enlarged with a dropsical swelling. Thenos
even Krew veiy sore and discharged profusely tue most loatl
some substance. My whole system was involved in disease
the lumps soltencdand discharged freely, producing great de?
bility -,?ulcer, now broke out on the legs, and to complete mj
misery, the musdea and siiiews contracted so tliat I was ran.
dered nearly helpless. I remained with little change in this
condition until last Octob-r. when I was ?u ld< nlyseized with
an indescribable, sensation which rendered me nearly uucoti
sctous, and my friends supposed it was the will of kind Pro?
vidence to rid me of my sufferings, but from this I recovered
only to suffer on ; the ulcers had become utie continuous sore
entireiy raw.
It was in this condition I commenced the n>e of your inval?
uable Sarsaparille, w hich 1 was induced to use from the mart]
remirkable. cures I saw published. It ?.meto m- is iom
guardian angel; and I c in j-carcely t< II whj vet, yet from t!..
moment I heard it mentioned I was impressed fully with tin
belief that this was to be the good Samaritan for m??n ?
truly it has wrought wonders in my case. After using it i
few days my pains grew easier, the swelling of die body md
limbs went down, the ulcers commenced healing, and, I rested
well. After suffering every thing but the pains of death, how
h ippy am i and how grateful do I feel to be able to a<ld an?
other testimonial to theefficacy of your priceless Sarsaparill i'.
My health is restored, and I have walked four miles vv ithout
inconvenience. I superintend my family affairs, and in fact
feel almost like a being in a new world. I am induce.! to
make this public acknowledgment from a deep seuseof duf,
due to you as a means in the hands of God of restoring a fel?
low mortal fiorn t premature grave. Language.!'* inadequate
to express my feelings. May the Lord be with you. and make
his face to shine upon you, is the sincere desire of your much
obliged and deeply indebted friend. To the afflicted I would
say, Donor despair, for however desperate your case m ly be.
you surely have an antidote at hand, viz: SAM}*'* Sajrsapa
rili.a. Trust to no other, however great their nreteusious.
MONISSA SIMMONS.
Middles*! Co. St.?Essex, Con. July 25, 1843.?Personall},
appeared the above named Monissa Simmons, and made oatli
to the facts contained in the foregoing statement before me,
UUKDON SMI I H, Justice of the Peace.
V.'p, the undersigned, being personally acquainted with Mrs.
Monissa Simmons, do not hesitate to say that we consider tde
above statement ol her cas- substantially true and entitled to
confidence. REUBEN POST, Deacon Biptist Church;
I. HILL HAYDEN. Merchant:
CHAS. greenlkaf. Sur Dentist;
a. F. WHITTEaX ORE, Post-Master.
Mansfield, Oct. 3d, 11113.
To R. W. Mathf.wson, Norwich:
Sift: For tha last fifteen years 1 have been the subject of
complicated disease?troutied with the dropsy and my
nerves completely unstrung, with more or less of erysipelas,
in connection with other bad humors. In May la,t my clttix
iiux'face'wa^
of ihy head had separated oiie fiom the other, and completely
disfuured mv face. \ could scarcely breathe through my nose:
my eves were so affected rhat I could s.e but lit' le, at the same
time attended with an acute and indescribable pain constant!)
darting from the nos? to other parts of the head and throat,
w hich was badly swollen and very sore, and a constant burn?
ing heat or irritation of the stomach, with my limbs bloated
to nearly twice their ordinary size. In this situation, foi
weeks I was compelled to lie upon one side, with but little or
no sleep. My humors assumed a renewed and .stubborn hold
upon mc, and apparently threatened a speedy dissolution. 1
tried eVery c*|>e(lieiir rx ssible, with but little or no benefit. My
physician at length recommended Sands'* Sarsapanlla; I pro?
cured a few bottles of it, which i believe tobe the means (tiro'
the blessing of Oed) of my restoration to comparaiiv.- health
agaia. I had not t.akmi but two or three bottle* before my dis
ea->o began to leave. My pain and swelling it goi e, my appe?
tite good, sleep and re-st quietly; to me it has Ix-en a sovereign
balm. EUNICE CRANE.
Having been acquainted with th-1 afflicted widow, Mrs. Eu
iice Crane, of Mansfield, for nearly six years, (whose pro?
tracted sicku"?3 has called forth the sympathies of the com?
munity where she resides) I consider it an occasion lor joy
that her sufferings have been so far alleviated by the use ol
Sands'* Sarsaparilla, which has been so-kindly forwarded by
yourself. HENRY BromL E\
Minister "f the Oospel.
We, the undersigned, do certify thai: thetabove are facts.
ll 1 HER MARTIN,
ELEAZER BENNETT.
Prepared and sold, wholesale and retail, and for exportation,
by A. b. SANDS & CO., Druggists and Chemists, Granite
Buildings, No. 273 Broadway, corner of Chambers street, New
York. Sold also by a. B. & d. Sands Druegjats. Nos. 79 and
in Fulton street; David Sands St Co., No. 77 East Broadway,
corner of Market street; and by Druggists generally through
out the United States. Price SI per bottle, six bottle* S3. o!8tf
Joseph Hunt, Auctioneer.
AUCTION NOTICE.?2 Trunks and Contents
to be sold at Public Auction on Tuesday, Oct. 21th,
1813. at the store No. 35 Ann *t. at 101 o'clock, to pay sto?,;*
S?d expenses._"2I
A UCT1?N SALE.?On (he 25th ?hv of October
A instant, at 9 o'clock A M. will be sold at PUBLIC
AUCTION , at the storehouse of the Dutcheu? Whaling* ora
pany. on their wharf at this place, the following articles
mortgaged to this Bank, viz:
30 piece* of locust timber, suit vbl? for ship building;
U do oak do for the same purpose;
100 bunchee of green flags;
1 patent heaving out chain and fixture*, m good order.
1 iron safe;
1 patent balance;
2 windlasses in Jigging left:
1 dusting brush;
1 office stove and pipe.;
6 office chairs;
1 pitcher an I tumbler;
1 office writing desk, mahogany;
Careening tackles, blocks, lail* and J crabs;
1 office table, pine;
I chart of the World;
12 fire buckets;
1 sc?ew press;
lseal;
1 writing desk, mahogany;
1 pine closet;
1 "I cart;
4 float stage* and stage planks;
1 set guaging tools. . . . . ,
Also, a v ariety ol materials in the storehouse, such as tools,
empty casks, rosin, ?heathing paoer, Russia felt, oakum,
sheathing board*, eomposition nails and castings, cordage,
new and old. Conditions made known on the day of sale.
JAMES H. FONDA,
Cashier of the DutcheasCouuty Bank.
Poughkeepsie, October 5, 1813. o9 t24th*
LOTS AT AUCTION?Will be sold at auction
on the |>remise?, on the 24th day of October next,^50 lots,
of vanous dimensions, in the flourishing manufacturing vil?
lage of Waterloo, SeDeca county. N. Y- Sale peremptory _to
close a concern; to commence at 11 o'clock a m, and contin?
ue until all is sold. Terms mv liberal?made k'nown at sale.
a. g.Williams.
By S. GROS YEN OR, Attorney.
New York, 25th Sept., 1813._s26 lm*
CL'KEToR COUGHS, Colds, Asthma, Hoarse?
ness, Pain in the Breast and Back. Difficulty of Breath?
ing, &c The subscribers would call the attention of the cit?
izens of New York to a pleasant and effectual remedy for the
above diseases. Dr. Rush'3 Balsamic Syrap of White Mus?
tard, is no novelty, having been used in New Jersey and some
parts of this State for the last fifteen years with great succexs.
It heals the lungs and will cure a common cold in a few hours.
Messrs. Bush St Hillyer, 173 Greenwich *t., wholesale Agents
for this city. O ders and communications addressed to the
subscribers will meet with prompt attention.
DESHLER St CARTER. New Brunswick. N. J.
o21 lm* Proprietors for the L'. States and the Canada*.
ALL KINDS of FLOUR, at wholesale and
retail, at the Croton Mills. 2l5 Cherry-street:?Family
WriratFlonr; Ryedo; Prime Southern do: Pearl and Hominy
Wiioat; Graham Flour, mide ot superior W heat? kept con?
stantly on hand,in large quantities, to suit Bakers and Grocers
and at the lowest market prices
The above article* are also put up n small bags of fifty aaf
tweuty-fire pounds for family use. and will be sold it wholr
sale price*. Kept continually fresh on hand by a daily supplj
from the Mills. ? ? a u
Also on hand, at retail-Ship Staff, Shorts, Sc.. at th*
?Mau3*y cl>OT^"iet-wo dfSgfeS^g ? BifSxiifeRs.
T?7HLTE LEAD?Dry and in Oil-Just receivec
VV several hundred keps of the Saugertie* Whita Lea<
Company, put up expressly for my trade, and with my ,or&n<
upon it It is warranted superior in quality to any ainu 0
Eagli.h or American Lead. , ;
Purchaser* not finding it as stated will return it and receiw
their money back with the egpew-^ ? M0RRIS0N.
Dealer in Prog*. Paints. Oils, Gl?u, Dyewo^-d*. i>y?tuff*
Teas, kc.No. 188 g.e.nwich street, between Ve*B*
Fnlton ?trett._._gg ltr r
TEWELKV OF THE LATEST PATTERNS*
J Plated Cake Baskets, Castors and Candlestick*;
Britannia Coffee-Pots. Tea Sets and Cms;
-* ?r 0^. of ??^j^k
o9 lm*
I j JTi"Z&s* m Wa]1 Mrwt or Nassau efrett,
. ^^ 'i?.^ ^t,loat*in,af5 $100 in five dollar bill*.
r?Il !vr
018 Ivr
;r; ^HJ-MAN, l?,Bro?dw,v.
\\'AN"I h.L<?130 Nassau, street_2 SiUhmd 2
A Agents. 3 Partner. 2 Searnstre^, ?tt^%y,3
\ \rAN TED FOR YEA K S?ATo^i^^4Th *,
i \ not Od r understand, Book-,,^ ffE J *
e need apply who cannot Kit? the t*?t r*?emm?,d*tv n.
?n,*-rance upni.-h:neM and?bth:y. . r whowdl not
tonable wages. A man iron the country asttnSSZ
ill or address a line, pest paid, to PHILO, 132 Naaaao-sVVeT
._' '_t_ on a? ?
V?*ANTED immediately tn ;t private family an
* * English or Irish Protestant woman, one who and**
mos platq c^dung, is a good washer and ironer, and who
?uld eb willing ;o make hi rseJf generally useful. City ref.
ences requited. Apply at 269 Grand ?t. o21 it*
V?/'AN i I.I I?Three or four active and intelligent
r ? men to eugaire m an occupation which will require them
tritel through the country. References required. Apply
V>. US Broadway ui Monday. Oct. :jd, in the forenoon.
? M 2i*
l.YTANTKD?A tlx- r ?.??? ;obbing moulder. Any
' * person coming w> \i recomrnende ! canhari i reraaiMnl
? u '.ti. n .nd good wag??. En.juire it ?jl Wat-, n. (M lw*>
A RESPECTABLE GIRX with g??tl tec?m
mendstions i*s,;rs a situation as serrani r all w oik.?
:. to M. CONNELL. 92 Beekmaa-itire. . ..: ?tory.
jl.1TANTED?? By a respectable you ft? rleman,
T 0? man, who can speak the French and in* ?h Las*
wtes-very well, a situation as Clerk in any kind of a store,
^ he w< nM be willing to nuke himself geuer&lly uwfal.
- beat reterencen nirrn. Call at :is7 Bre>-tne-?l i*30 3t*
S'^ ()()() WANTED?A Partner^ IVe ih.it
. rVV? cm furnish $2.000. in an old establishment,
" U11 ? l'*T s large per centag<. Foi faither particu
lam inquire &C til Fulton-street, 2d tloor, troi.t room froml
? IA M and from 3 to 5 P. M. oju 3t? "
CACHING IN MUoIC, &c.-A youn? lady
long accustomed to Teaching, especially Music, with**
fJOOD BOARD with pleasant Rooms can te
^ a obtained at 26 Cliff street. ol?
1
? btaiu Boaid. Fire,&C. in an agreeable tamily tor lier ?er
ice? a* a Teacher, uid will cheerfully render service euough.
She proffers unexceptionable refcreuces. Address Q. A. at
this office. o|6
A
GENTLEMAN AND HIS WIFE and two
? or three single gentlemen can be pleas*ml*, sccoinmodat
d with board by applying at n E?t Broadway. ?z4> tf
V EW BOAR DL\< ;* H?rsT:7--Ge7it]emen can
L " be accommodated with good b?iard ami pleasant ronm? at
in. ome street, between Motr and Mulberry. 1 hose aj>
i'I 'ii'i; eajrlv n ill hare .i choice of-oxms. ?29 1m*
THEAS?SO hall cheats Caper Souchong.
217 do Ning Yons: Souclujmr.
3u fancy boxes fine Bonmty Soachong.
10 do do .NiOkcv Souchong.
_J0 do do Hyson.
*? chests ?uperior Twsnkay.
20.) do Hyson.
iW half chests Vonng Hyson.
1W chests jo d0>
M?0 do Hyson Skin,
i c , W half chests extra fine Ouni\?wdtr and Impex
rial, e or sale by
Ql7 2w GRINNELL, MINTURN tk Co. 79 South-st.
rroTIIE VARIOUS EIKE COMPANIES IN
-?- THE UNITED STATES.?The ?Hhseriber would re
??pecnui > call the attention of the rnnous Fire Companies iu
p?n??rti^t]?J?yr?Jld heautifnl assortment of BRASS
HUE. rpRCHKS and SIGNAL LANTERNS which be
has tust finished;aiid will keen constantly o:i hand. They
unfinished in the most beautiuil manner, an.l are of ?plrudid
oid elaborate designs. Companies from abroad who may
wish to see the patterns ol theabore K-furr purchating can
obtain a lettir slie?-t of patterns, with the nncea to each, bj
'P.plymg by mail to the subscriber, ami they may rel} on ob?
tuning precisely such an article as the pattern tbe>- may ae
lect. Ueck Lifters, German Silver Futures for Shirts, i.e.
MARTIN W.EMMONS,
ii Spruce street. New York.
ETOLL'S TRUSS ES. - N otice to Rup?
tured Persons.?Persons afflicted with ruptures
may rely upon the best OUCntmenUl aid the
world affords, on application af theorrice. No.
1 v ..e .-ttreat, or to either ol tl,^ *jents in the principal towns
trie United bfales Be careful t<. exrti. in? the back pad or
yillV 1 russes, tu ^ h 'he> itreendorsed by Dr. Hull in v>r.
U. \one ?ru trrnoine ..' to rv ..?,.> ,u ,??,,;, ^,,:
>t his signature.
i nn persons S*?e umJ?<ruken iu vend mutations o( Hull's
lebnted j'russe? and thousands are imtMXed upon in cous#
uence. These uiitations cauuot be relied upon; they atr
? >ad.' by unskilful mechanics, iud Are uo Ivetter than the ordin
k! ius>?e4.
??ms hav4 been fitted u(. Jt No. 4 Ves?y itm t, exclusively
lor ladies. ha? in, a swpurate entrance from ilia busiuws depart
Blent, where i i<'i^le t? in ronsfant attendance to wait ui>on f'e
^-^?^ TH< MT^N^^flJSSES.-Offiee
l(^7^v' ? rein, red :o 13 Beekmiu streut. About 200 of the
^*^pe...|i?f tlr*' phpiciaiis and soueoiis of New York lure
Jiy^ Kivni their decided tir.ference to this Truss, as
i you can graduate the pressure from one to 50
i'"iiuds on the rupture without a back pad, which does ?0
much injury to the spiue. A fair trial being the best ???t of
its supeiority, it is Hj'plie.d and six days trial given, and if \*
e'xercisVor coiik'litm:, ani give 'pertect Asa?in a woro. ti U is
not satisfactory iu every reapect. the money i? che?.?lui!> r< -
lurned, and :1h'j is the only condition ?n which yon should
buy any tniss. A permaiient cure, is easily effected, and wag
ranted if directions are followed. ?
Offices are fitted up at No, 11 Beek man street, one door from
Nassau, exclusively for applying tlm truss, and all are invited
to come and try for themselves. o7 1m
AMERlCAlTcboPKR'STOOl^,
iand TOOLS in genersl can b# obtained in
* 'all their variety at WHOLESALE and
RETAIL. M 33 FL'LTON-STREET, NEW-YORK, of
the most celebrated manufacturers (irarruntsd Cast Steel,)
ALBERTSON'S, CONGER'S. BARTON & SMITH S.
HORTO.V8. GlFF0RI)'3,andoth. r makers.
Also, AMERICAN IRON hlVETS, COOPERS*
TRUSS HOOPS. HEAD AND STAVE JQINTErtS,
STOCK HOWELL AND CROZE'S BRACES. DOW?
ELING BlTTS, BECK IRONS, TAP AND BUNG
BORERS. COMPASSES, &c. &c.
NOTICE?Sufficient is it iu answer to the adVerttaemmt
that appears to the contrary, that we have the sanniuc war
ranterf Congers 'Pools for sale, as here adrertiaed.
A liberal discoaut on Edge Tools to merchants.
GH ARLES OSDORN'
02 3m _CHARLES S. LITTLE.
'jsztLwmBF^ TO THE PUBLIC?Whereas Os
f? 1 ?* 1 bom & Little, of 33 p'ujfon-street. have ad
\ vertised Conger's Edge Tools for sale, and
I J and the impression has gone abroad that they
J are of my make, and whereas the said Os
born 8t Little are unwilling to remove said erroneous impres?
sion by stating the whereabouts of the real maker, therefore,
to undeceive my frimids and the public in general, I would
merely state that my tools can be hadatonly No. 33 Attorney
street, or at George Bri^s fit Co. No, 115 Maiden-lane, wrvere
full supply may always be had. af. a liberal discount to fleal
future will be stamped Cotter N. Y. 33 Attorney
s2fi lm? JOHN CONGER, Ncw-York.
TOBACCO KNIVES.?The sub?
scriber would inform tobacconists and ^th?
en that those Tobacco Kijve* and o'her
tools offered for sale at Ot'vii ~v ?.ittle'i.
UFulfonsf.flr.d stamped Conger, are not my iu... Mine
may be had at GEORGE BRIGGS fit CO. iMMaiden lane,
or at 33 Attorney *t. where they are made and will be stamped
in future Conaer. N. Y. 33 Attorney,
o^m? - - JOHrffCONOER, Ne^-Yorfc.
CHirivCH BELLS AND TOWN
CLOCKS.?The subscriber, who wa* awarded
with a diploma at the New-York Stiu- Fair. 1842
and I&13. for the hrst toned < hurch Bell, is i.ow
prepared at his foundry, at West Troy, N Y. to furnish Bells
of any weigh*, from 20 lbs. to 1000 lbs. made of the best mate?
rials, and w irraiiied to stand ami tone such as to ple*se.
Fastens to them the improved cast iron yoke with, movable
arms The increasing demands for his bells is the beat ef|.
deuce th it can b<? given of their excellence. To say nothing af
?ither States, between, three and four huudred Church Beds
have been furnished for different places in the State of New.
York from his foundry. . _ .
Also, Leveling and Surveying Jnstrw^U, Chopper sad
Brass Castings, fa_o!6 tf ANDREW MEN EELY.
^-tecaJOHN GALER, (formerly with J. V.
Tiiycu.) LADIES' ROOT'AND SHOE
S PORE, 05 Chathamstreet-oii opening the above new store,
begs respectfully to solicit the attention of his fnenda and the
public to his choice assortment <if nnofsi avn
LADIES', MISSES'AND CHILDREN'S BOOTS ANO
SHOES,
of City Manufacture, being of the most approved style, ana
at prices correspondins with the time*. Abo, Gentlemen a
and Youths'tine Call Bootsand Shoes.
Having had several years' experience in the business, he can
confidently iiuorc to purchasers the best description of worg
""N^B.-Bootx and Shoes of every description mafejtoarder.
A
ECONOMY AND FASHION.-The subscri
ber has reduced his supertoi toj^f^g^S^
*V**fur bodies ta the extreme low prlcK of 52 25. 1 he*oo>e
Jean elegant Dreis Hat, and will COOp^^f^i^J
with Hau sold at S2 50 and $3. Also e???^/?""/S
in^ Fur and Silk of the best quality, latest pafttma. and at tbe
lowest city piices. .... . if not
N'.B. Country- dealers supplied by the case as IW. " ?\
lower, than by any other hous* in this city.
J. W. KELLOGG, 132 Canai-atreet,
i23 3m*_corner oj^ThoBapaon-*treet.
(?I JUST FINISH E D?Elegant Nutrin FurHats,
l?a (ordinarily termed Bwrej,) at the low price of I3j
sutierior short nap of Prussian Mohwkin at $3. iff
Hats ar?iroual in durability and lustre to those sold at 51.?
Also?An article at S2 50. a very neat drws "at.
o3 lm* BROWN, Pi-actical Hatter, H< Cantf
pi?n? fortes turned for
FIFTY CENTS.?W. C. RAYNER ?'?es
f v t- i a Pianos in any part of the city for ?
of the iron m bar. All ^"^^X'p-jse. R0 lbs..aa
remor-I, as by .sending &ty mail ^r^(l9<j?warranVd to
orted sites. w,UJF^^&tfE* they ar? ordered,
suit V* w,l9l?'?itiJi' works, or to Kellogg
byapp>?? w ^h'^ &Sl" t:- Heartt & Brother.
|Co Towi?md, Albany,
au21 tf _?-?-??-r?
T* H TH ACHE CURED tN
O^E MINUTE, br the use .f the
CLOVE ANODYNE-T s i
an excellent article, nd will c * ?*??
most violent tooi.iache, or win ?n the
gums, in one minute. The Clove
Anodyne is not unpleasant to the ta*t??,
or hijurious to the teeth,and will rr.a
ma.nently cure any tooth to whicii it
is applied. Price. 25 ceuu. For sale
by DAVID SANDS fit CO., No. 77
East Broadway^ 79 Fultoo-stree'; a^d
73 Broadway, cor. Ch'.abeo- i?, Granit? Buildings. s23 1

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