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tr.Vv Large Paper, for the Country,
A V pi-flishep evf.rv SATURDAY MOHMNf.
die low priced TWO DOLLARS per annum, in advance
^^^is?n of English and American
j Manufactures-At tempt of the English
to imitate American Printed Cottons?
Newark Cutlery and American Hard
vrore-Tinware and Household Uten?
sils, Trunks, dec.
Foreign Correspondence ol Tiie Tribune.
London. Au0'. 3, 1343.
Much has been said about the superiority of
! ?ritish productions over those of the United
States, as well as the comparative excess of prices
ji the latter as regards manufactured articles.?
Twelve months' residence in this country and
a constant inquiry into this subject have satisfied
me that with the exception of a few classes of
mcnufactured articles and those we have as yet
no pretensions to compete in, (Porcelain goods for
eiample,) we can not only meet them but beat
them, and that too in many articles they claim
as exclusive. I am surprised more and more
every day as some new inquiry or adventure eli?
cits new facts to my observation on this head.
The subject in its whole scope, were I to enter
I into details, would require a deal of labor for me
properly to communicate what I desire: there?
fore will leave it with as brief a notice as possi?
ble here.
The ignorance of the American people upon this
subject arises from many causes, among which
are, the character and profession of mercantile
men who come here from the United States to
obtain British goods : their trade is in some de
rrrec a monopoly, and such men are always op?
posed to the home manufacture from pride, as
they always consider the name of Importer to
sound best, rather than be driven to their own
neighbors, and from interest, as, if made at home
less experience and business " connexion" would
be necessary and more competitors would arise
in the trade. And further, the American mer?
chants and their agents, who reside in or visit
England to obtain goods, seldom know any tiling
about the necessary mechanism or manipulation
necessary to produce the articles they desire ;
they judge comparatively as to value, and have
no idea whatever as to what the real cost of pro?
duction should be. Their profession and appren?
ticeship has been to buy and sell and no farther,
and nine in ten could not tell a pin machine from
one to make horse-shoes, except that one was
bigger than the other?or a loom to weave satin
damask from a machine to dress cotton yarn.?
The manufacturer who comes here is upon a fly?
ing visit, and finds difficulty in gaining anv infor?
mation or access to any of the mills, from the
great jealousy of the proprietors here toward for?
eigners generally, but particularly those who
know any thing about their particular business.
This kind of privacy pervades all classes re.
specting their business, and none like to have
strangers look at them while working, as if ano?
ther competitor would be added to their trade.?
John Bull is the most humbugging as well as
humbugablc fellow in existence; and it has been
by his mysteries in these matters and boasting
characteristics, conveyed through the English
papers and their emissaries, that much has been
donctc blind our eyes as to our real condition to
compete with them.
For some years a certain style of American Print?
ed Cottons as well as 4-4 Sheetings, have been
imported regularly from Boston to this country for
the E.I. trade, and a merchant of oreat distinction
tells me the amount is considerable. These goods
have been imitated here, and counterfeit tickets
and marks put upon them, to make them as near
like the American as possible ; but the " Indians''
soon detected the deception, and now they will
only buy the goods of such parties as can be re.
lied on. The explanation is this : tlie goods,
white or colored, were wanted for robes, and the
Americans use much better cotton than the Eng?
lish for that quality si7ev: of yarn : the manufac?
turers will not pul as good cotton into coarse
goods as we do, but I hey size strongly to com?
plete the deception, and in coarse goods they use
also poorer colors. The difference in wear soon
told the story. A great fuss was made a short
time since about the Americans stealing their
stamps and styles in a ease when a lame lot of
these very goods belonging to Barings were seized
because the pieces were stamped "Stark Mills,
Manchester, N. 11.;" but when they found there
were no - Stark Mills*' in .Manchester, and that
"N. H" meant New-Hampshire, they let go, but
?till insisted that Manchester was a fraud, us we
had no right to such a name.
I was a short time since in one qf the great
Tailoring establishments* and was shown by the
master cutter a pair of shears made by R. Hei
nish, of Newark, N. J. 1839. The party told
me he knew of but two pairs of them in London,
and he would not sell the pair in question for
?C50, unless he had another?that he had been
offered ?10 for them?that they hail been shown
to the best London Cutlers, who would not at?
tempt to imitate them. One trial was made and
proved a failure, lie wants two pairs, and if
they can be sent to me by some steward of a
London Packet, 1 will cheerfully attend to it,
get him a round price, and send the money by
the same hand in return. 1 think, however, 20
pairs could be sold by him in a week, and per?
haps ten times the number ; he had batter try it
trough some commercial house. I could give
you many anecdotes of a iike kind. One of
your oldest hardware merchants, who would have
disdained a domestic hardware business, brought
over here some months since a variety of sam.
pi?s of American hardware to be immitatcd for
his trade in New-York, and found they could not
be made as cheaply here as in America. From
this he went to Belgium, Holland and Germany,
and found every where the same results.
In almost every article [utensil) made from tin
plates, or as they are called tin ware, we arc
greatly before them in style, convenience and
cost. Besides, we have a hundred conveniences
in this way for the kitchen and other household
"sec they know nothing qf. Their prices are in
general 100 per cent, above like wares in the U.
States. We see along the streets sometimes pa?
raded on the walk, at others in the windows of
the shops, an (out of date with us,) affair labelled
VOI,, III. NO. 19?.
"New American Baking Oven," &c. &c. I
am sure half a ship load of this order of Yankf t
Not ions would pay a splendid profit if shipped to
London or any port in the kingdom.
Another article is Trunks. You cannot get a
good convenient leather trunk in London. Their
solid leather "portmanteaus" are of good mate?
rial and well made: hut small and inconvenient,
and will not stand the knocks like those made in
New-York. Besides, lor a trunk 30 inches long
and 12 inches square at the ends, of solid leather,
you pay about .$35. I have some trunks made
by Cattnach that have caused me much annoy
ahce. Gentlemen at the railroad stations and on
post coaches will stop and examine the trunks
with great care, and in a number of cases I have
been asked where such trunks could he had.?
These trunks cost about $17 each, and would
sell here quirk for 8 to 10 pounds sterling. I
would wager the trunks and traps they contain,
thai thej' cannot be duplicated in London by an
English artizan.
The Whigs am; the Whic Tariff.- -The high Ta?
riff, which was to prove a panacea for all ills, has, on the
contrary, proved a curse to every laboring man. It has de?
pressed commerce?lowered the price of 3gricuhurnl pro
duels?for were it not for the reduction of the English Ta?
riff .Ii mir ftaur, pork, beef, cheese, Sec. fee, we should
hare no foreign sale at all for those articles.
[New-York Plebeiau.
The above is a fair specimen of the numerous
falsehoods daily published by the supporters of
Mr. Van Bi.rk.v for the Presidency.
" If it were not for the reduction of the Eng:
lish Tariff on our flour, &c, we should have no
foreign sale at all for those articles !" All the
flour sent to England within the last twelve
months is less than the average daily arrivals of
hrcadsturYs in this inland city. And the Brili-di
duty on American Hour to-day more than f>5 per
cent, on its value in Buffalo, and about twice as
high asourduty on mostof British manufactures.
On good table butter imported from the United
States, the British Government imposes a duty
of 15 cents per pound, an impost of 200 per cent
on its value in this market. This is a fair speci?
men of Loco-Foco British Free Trade.
[Buffalo Com.
125 Fxtlton-street.
IMPORTANT CAUTION.?The Public should
i bear in mind that ir is Dr. WISTAR'S BALSAM OF
WILD CHERRY that performs those remarkable cures
whic h are published iu every rait of the country, and not the
articles of similaT name that are occasionally puffed into
temporary notice. Those may he pood, but we know- nothing
about them.
r?7=" Let every Man, Woman and ChIld read the fol
lowing, and if that does not satisfy all ol the great virtues
of this medicine, let them go to 126 Fulton-streHt and see the
original, with numerous other testimonials of like character:
Waterville, (Oneida Co. N. Y.) Sept. 15, 1843.
Drar Sir?1 owe it to theafflicted ro infoim you that in Jin
uary last 1 was attacked by a very violent cold, canned by
working in 'he water, which settled on my lungs. It was ac?
companied by a very severe r^iii in my breist aud sides, and.
also i distressing cc-ngh. I had in attendance all the, best
medical aid in our village; butaftar exhausting their skill to
no ivail. they pronounced my disease a confirms* CON?
sumption; 'hey one and all gave me up to die. Aiter
much persnasiqBj I irot the consent of my physician to use the
Balsam-of Wifff Clierry, prepared by Dr. Wistar. 1 pur?
chased oi'the Agent in our place oue bottle, before using bill
of Which 1 bewail to gain strength, and it was very evident my
OUgh was much better and my symptoms iu every way im
l roving. I have now used three bottles, and am restored t?
perfect health. This result is alone owing to the use of Dr.
Wistar'"* Balsam of Wild Cherry: and I fake this method of
?riving YOU tlee information, partly to pay the debt of grau
tude I owe you, and partly that others similarly afflicted n??y
know where to apply for relief. ?
Very truly yours, JAMES SAGE.
Mr. PALMER, Druggist, under date of Waterville, Sept.
24, IF 13, writes:
The statement givpn you by Mr. Jonas Sage is well known
to be true by thin whole community. It certainly was a most
remarkable cure. The sale of ihe Balsam -.s very good, aud
success in cures truly llattering.
Yonrsrespectfully, D.D. PALMER.
Let rV.e afflicted call and see our certificates. They prr.va
conclusively tint THEY <-a> bk CURED if they gel rhe right
medicine- Be SUTe aud get' Dr- Wistai's Balsam of Wild
Cherry.3 Beware of imitations.
This Bais im cures all affections of the lungs and liver.snch
13 bl< ediug i>i the lungs, bronchitis, asthma of 10 or 20 years'
st ihdinz. croup, obstinate pain in r!ie chest, side, Str.
corn * of Pfassan; Dexrcr, Albany; Gorham, New-Haven;
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ern and Eastern States.
A dedical Treatise to be had giaiis as above. nlC 1m
K1>ited bv C. r. MORRIS and N P. WIl.Lt?.
in MONTHLY TAttTS?PART ii. for december.
Embellished with four Steel Engravings.
literary com eji cs of the present number.
The Suitors, lasong?G. P. M.)
Marco Bozxaris
Two Mariners in India, (from thr French ?fL-igniere?,)
An Imoracticable M in, (Rodolphiana.)
They may talk of liove in a Cottage. (N: P:W )
Sh< tood up in t!i>- meekness of herheart, (N; P. W.)
Man. a Machine, (oy,Cynic.)
The Secret Singing.
The Autumu Leaf.
The Millionain?a Sketch from Life, (N. P. W.)
The Origin ofthe Dimple* (bj the late Mr. Locke.)
A Defence ofthe Beautiful igainst the Useful, (N P. W.)
'I he Soul in Purgatoryi <>r Love Stronger than Death.
SHi slopperiesofGorrespoiideuce, (N. P W.)
While we hold you by the button, (editorial.)
The Land of Washington,>(a song? G. P. M.)
The Portrait of Bacchus, takeu at an early age, (N ? P. W.)
Juliana, (i novellette) in two purs?part firsr.
A Oh intei of Eccentricities, ( Rodolphiana )
Light Vervain, (a tale?N. P. W.)
Be quiet, do. I'll call my mother.
Differeno ol Opinion,(alettei to N. P. V\. )
Stories of the South, (an extravaganza.)
Women are sometsmes fickje, (from tin- French of D< Ma}
Hard.) , '
Proof Sheets ol Bran' /. Mayei Mexico.
Slip-slopperies ofCorresp indeuce, ( V r. W.)
A Confidential Letter,(editorial.) e
The Midnight Bell, (a Bravura from the opera el the Maulo.
Ssxony-G P. M )
A Tr.rilling Incident ol the American Revolution.
Juli ina. (concluded^)
Original Letters of John Randolph.
A F-trewt-11 to Poesy.
An Outline Sketch of Eugene Sue. the kreuch novelist.
The Daughter of Beauty/.
Fragments from a Manuscript Drama.
Byron's Death-love hud Warning, (told the writer by a lady
who hail been Byron's intimate friend.)
The Light of Faith, (an allegory.)
To a Lady 1 met in an Omnibus.
The Marshaft Wife.
Yes still the 5 ime fond, foolish ilnng.
Blam h Beaufin, (1 tale?N; P. W.)
Slip-slopperies ol Correspondence, (is. I, W.)
Here-and-there-ities, (editorial.)
Why don't ho come ? .
The M in without a Name, (from the French Ol Brtliaud )
The Man of Strawy (? local sketch.)
The. American.in Paris, , .. , ,. . ,. .?
Sketch of Madame Georges S md,(a popular l- rencn noi elist.)
The Schid.ii t>> the Mistress.
To Louisa oa hearing her complain of deafness.
A g-m l'r..m the pen of ^rs. Osgood. ? , '
'I he Last Hours ol J<^ u Randolph, (concluded.)
Outline Sketch ol Rink the ( omposer, (Rich. \\ jlhs )
The Poet >nd Mahdatiu, (a Chinese story? N. P. V\ )
Lines to Fanny.
Slip-slopperies oli Correspondence.
To Callow ( lucksteroi our Feather, (N.T W.)
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COO UKWAK?.?Stolen on thenight ol die
*J~\J22d instant, from the Merchants' Hotel, a gold patent
Leter Watch, gold dial, gold fob chain and seal; marker Johs
Harrison. Liverpool; No. 10.S3C. The ]-erson snspec.trd is
about P* years old. full red face, of medium statue, had on
d.xrl crei ish coat 7\ud pants, low crowned hat; has a country?
man - appearance. ^ ith T?o bundles under his aim. He c?li->
himself VVra Hull, aud hails from Trenton, N. J. The'above
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S.\'A\ EN POSY M^.-hmrC Hotel, or 174'AVoshingtoa
*}'??-< ??_ ?? ns? 2c*
PUBL1(J NOTICE is hereby given that an ap
plication wiU.be made, to the Legislature ofthe State o'
New York, at its next session, for an Act to incorporate tlie
? Irish Emigrant Society' of the city of New York. Dated
10th November. isis.
State paper cop'/. n!3 6wd
Ole Bull.
The following account of the great Violinist
recently arrived in this country originated, we be
iicve, in a Boston journal. There is no doubt
that its subject is, since the death of Pagaiiini;
the greatest living pa fbrmer on his instrument.
As the public are very properly anxious to
know all about the past career of such a success
tul candidate for their favor, we present the fol?
lowing biographical sketch, compiled from au?
thentic sources. Ole Bull is a native of Nbrw?j ,
and was intended by his parents for the service
of the church. A passionate luve of music had.
however, possessed him from his infancy, and
the violin engrossed all the study and thought
which the paternal wish desired to be directed tn
ecclesiastical lore. It was his friend, his constant
companion, the central object of his attachment.
At six years old he would repeat on a little com?
mon fiddle bought at a fair, all the airs which he
had heard sung around him. or played in the street,
and two years afterwards, he had astonished a
society of professional men, by playing at sight
the first violin part in a quartette of PleyeFs,
though he had never taken a lesson in music, but
had found out his way entirely alone.
In his twentieth year Ole Bull, with a very
slender purse, left his home and set out for Paris,
which he reached at the period when the cholera
was raging in all its fury. Friendless and patron
less, he comes forward to be heard. At anv other
moment his talents must have forced public at?
tention in his behalf: but in those days of desola- 1
tion there was indeed every reason to despair. !
One day, in returning to the miserable apartment j
he occupied in an obscure lodging-house,he found j
that the trunk in which his last slender means
were contained, had disappeared. He turned his
eyes to the spot where he had placed Iiis violin?
it was gone! This climax of disaster was too
much for the poor enthusiast, who wandered
about for three days in the streets of Paris, a prey
to want and despair, and then threw himself into
the Seine ! The" hand of some humane person
rescued him from Iiis situation. His next en?
counter seemed like another special interposition j
of Providence; for he became the object of be?
nevolent attention to a mother who had just lost
her son through the cholera, and who found in
the young stranger so remarkable a resemblance
to him, that she received him into her house, and,
though possessed but of moderate means herself,
furnished relief to his necessities. The cholera in
the meantime ceased its ravages, and Paris as?
sumed its habitual aspect. Supplied with bread
and an asylum, and soon afterwards with the
loan of a violin, Ole Bull was again enabled to
gratify his devotion for music. By degrees his
fame "began to be heard ; and he arrived at some
small reputation. Thus encouraged, he ventured
the experiment of a Concert; and fortune smiled
on him for the first time, for he gained 1200
francs?a large sum, considering the position in
which he then was. With the means thus ac?
quired he set out for Switzerland, and from thence
traveled into Italy. At Bologna, where his first
great manifestation appears to have been made,
accident accomplished his introduction to the
public. Full ol' painful emotion he sat down
with the resolution to compose something; and it
was partly amidst a flow of obtrusive tears that
his purpose was fulfilled. Taking up his instru?
ment, he then proceeded to try the effect of the
ideas he had just called into life. At.that mo?
ment, it chanced that Madame Rossini was pass?
ing by the house in which his humble apartment
was situated. The impression made on her was
such that she spoke in emphatic terms upon it to
the director of a Philharmonic Society, who was
in a critical predicament, owing to some failure
in a promise which, had been made him by
De Bcriot and the syren Mali bran. Madame
Rossini's piece of intelligence whs a burst of light
to the " Manager in Distress;" he had found his
man. The artist was induced to play before the
dilettanti of Bologna, and ins success was com?
plete At Lucca, Florence. Milan, Rome and
Venice, the impression he made was yet greater
and more decisive. On each occasion he was
recalled several times by the audience., and al?
ways hailed with the utmost enthusiasm. At
the Ncapo'itan theatre of San Carlos, he was
summoned back by the public no less than nine
times?thrice after the performance of his tirst
piece, and six times at the end of the second. It
was a perfect furore. Our Norwegian artist now
revisited Pans, under happier auspices. Wel?
comed and introduced with eager kindness to the
composer of Robert le Diablo,*' he was several
times listened to with delight on the stage of the
Opera, and obtained the greatest success that had
been known since the display made by Paganini.
The tirst impulse given to the genius of this
artist was the remit of hearing his great prede?
cessor, having effected his admission to the sa?
loon of the French Opera, by selling his last
shirt, so low at that time were his finances.
Every one was exclaiming that nothing could
transcend the efforts of the great Italian. Ole
Bull retired in a thoughtful mood, and this idea
never forsook him until at Trieste he threw him?
self boldly on the resources of his own genius?
and tints completely freed himseli from the risk
of servile imitation.
The style of this performer is bold,impassioned, j
and impulsive. Ole Bui!, incredible as iL may
appear, practices but little, a very limited apph- j
cation of the hands being required to carry out j
his conceptions. He possesses much ol that
modesty which always characterises true genius, j
and has no knowledge of any of those tricks on
which so many of his professional brethren de?
pend in their struggle for popularity and dis?
tinction. There can be no doubt that in this
country he will add greatly to his laurels.
. . popular view of Astronomy, inclndSng a full illustra
rion of the mechanism of the Heavens, embracing the Si V
MOON, and STARS, with descriptions ol the Planets,
Com 11 s, Fixed Stars, Dorm f Si irs.The ? owstella
Aurora Borealu, or Northern Lights, Meteors,
Clouds. Falling Snr?, Aerolite, x. .. by Duncan Brad?
ford. Thick roval quarto, handsomely bound, gilt extra. IL?
LUSTRATED by neaily ISO colored engravings, m ips; fce.
The subscribers Take pleasure in aunouncing^o^ermblic
that they have pur hesed the PLATES md t OPTt -R1GJ11
ofthe above most magnijicent work, and will have ready lor
delivery in the course ofthe ensuing month, au edition, got up
on superior paper, and in the he-t style, which : - .
selling to SUBSCRIBERS ONLY at the very low price of
FIVE DOLLARS. The original price when published Dy
tlie Stationer's Company of Boston, was S;2. "he present
publbhers have concluded to put it u the extremely low rate
above mentioned; in the hope tint every head ol a family, and
almost every individual, may be enabled to obtain a copy oi
this most useful, highly instructive, and inwosicallv vain
able book ROBERT P. BIXB1 &< O. ,
No. 3 Park Row; opposite the Astor Hou.*e, N. i ?
New-York, Sept 23, Uri3. . .
\. b _Traveling Asents and others desirous of ohraininE j
subscribers to the above work, nre requested to c ill on or ad?
dress R. P. B. X Co. immediately. _s23 3meo<i_
PREMIUM CHEESE, made in Otsvgo County.
?The subscriber offers for sale, at 112 Maiden Lane, NV
a:,d 170 Fulton-street, Brooklyn,several hundr-d Ids. oj that
superior atticle, which receive,! :heyircf pi emiun at the r ;>r
iu N. Y. this year. The:? is no Oheese superior tovnsm uie
?meage. EDWIN SMI I H
Brooklyn. Nov. 13. 1613._._nl5 2w?,
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the ensuing yeai will be held on Monday, December Itn, *'
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Tggdecj _LEWIS rHlLLirs. Secretary-,
\TlGHOL~r\S C^RJIOIaL, Agen- and Atrornev,
JL i in connection wi?uhis .\;ei^i.if, ; :;. Sva - ' '.
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12,000 do do.43f*150 do do.o?^
24.000 do do.431 is doPaterson.64?
5,000 Inda Sterling. . . 41 50 do do.64*;
1.5.D0O Indiana $....s60-4U 15 do do.6a'
5.000 do do.bf,o 42* 130 do Nor & Wot . ". . 27
5,000 do do.r.3 41 j 1
1,000 IU 6s "61.35 1
2.000 Teuuess?".10;1
10,000 Pennsylvania .b?ii 71
50 Jo do.s.l 27j
25 do do.slO 27 j
?25 do do.'27 J
do do.b30 -27
. da do.,3 70?ll50 do N Jer-ev R.b60 95
50 ihrsrhenii Bk-.. . . 95 200 do do....".!>5
10 do Leather.L06 (60 do Mohawk R. . .. 47
10 do Bk of America. 100 JI SO do do. 471
$5,000 (Jin.).boo 102
9.000 do do.mi";
5,000 Indi ma sterling. . 41*
10,000 Indiana $ bonds.: 4."'
100 shr* Hadem.42
100 do do.s3 41"
175 do do.4I;
50 do do.b3 42
2,000 Kentucky. 104 H 50 do d.buw 42
3,000 Illinois.43$ 50 do Virksbnrg. 5
50shrs L Island. 70*1175 do Firm's Ln.. . . 'X
Public Stock Exchange, Nov. tf*.
15 000 Ohio6s, -'60. .b90 103 | 75 shrs Fann.Tr: .. ?20 27;
10,000 do do. ... s3 102 ! i;i d) do.M0 28*
3,000 do do.lst Feb 102J125 do do.cvm 2*!
5.00O do do . . . >10 102 i 60 Jo Manhattan G>*. 9.?'
1,000 do do... cash 102 ;.*. do Canton Co... . 27^
2,000 do do... . s 15 1012 25 do do.cash Sil
10,000 do do. .. .b30 102C 15 do do. . 27i
5,000 Ky 6s, 30 yrs. .s3 lftljl 25 do Mohawk.4fi"
1,000 do do .. . .b3 I0H 50 do do.b60 4?)
1,000 la dl bds25 y .p20 42] 50 do LI Rrd_blO 69
1,000 do do ..'.rash 42}! 50 do do.cash 6Sr
1 000 Illinois 6i. 70 csh 4U| 75 do do.cash 6^
2,000 do do.b3 413 25 do do.sbm 65
1,000 do d>. . . caili 41* 250 do do.cash 69
2,000 do do.b3 41ljl00 do do.b30 70
2,000 Texas Treasnotes 4)25 do do.cash 69]
15,000 do do_cash 5 275 do Harlem. . .cash 41
l?O shrs Am Exc Bk.b30 P:', . ?? do do.b30 41)
25 do do.b60 83f 1200 do do.$10 41
100 do do.b60 SI
95 do Farmers' Tr csh 2S
50 do do.b3 28
50 do do.b60 42
50 do do.s3 41
25 do do.s30 402
Receipts of Produce down X River?Nov. 21
Flour.bbl.s U,496iBeer.pkgs 210
Ashes.bbls 620!Oaf<.bushels 7350
Provisions.bbls 1472) Whisky.bbls 32
do .tierces 1221 Mint Oil.bores 3
Cheese.c.sks 311 Feathers.sacks 34
do .boxe? 123 j Lard.bbls 53
Starch.casks 391 Beans.bbls 15
Fruit.bbb 386j Paper.bdles 61
Hogs. d.-aJ. 165 do.boxes 3
Batter.ker,s 747|Ochre.pkges 25
Leather.bdles 265[Seed.pkges 596
Tallow.bbls 67 Nails and Spikes, .kegs 39;>
do .casks 491 Iron.lurs 465
Goods.pkgs l?'3| do.bdles 24
Castings.pieces 2561 Wool.sacks 75
Shovels.bdles 39jAvrs.boxes 12
C rail berries.bbls 24 [Pea's.tcs 13
Hop?.bales 16 Beeswax.bbls 4
Buckwheat-Flour, .bbls 100 Ginseng.sack 1
do do . .bag, SOj
Ai.HANy, Nov. 23.? floor-?We have no . hange to no
nee in the mark-r of yesterday . we hear of but few sales.?
There is bur 1 ir1.1 -*? activity among buyers?holder are firm.
The market ranges from $-1 56 to $t 62$. The receipts by
the Canal are large
Buffalo; Nov. 22 -?The market ios been canvassed for
Flaxseed and some 800 bbls were picked up at "ft per bush.
2000 bushels of white Corn, from the Wabash, was tak^n by
,1 Lockport distiller at 41 cents. Yellow is in demand and
would bring 45 cuts without hesitation. A full cargo of
Chicago Wheat sold at 73? cents, and the inquiry for ap?
proved samples 1 f Sandusky continues good, but we know of
...nly one invoice on the market, which is held at 77 cents.
Western Flour:? freely taken at the quotations previously
n ted. 200;hbls of..Michigan, promiscuous brands, sold at
$3 63. a :d 550 bbls of other good brands brought $3 6S per
The weather is clear, and boats arc ;;d! clearing for eait
ern points.
ALTON (HL) MvRKET ? Pork?Between 800 and 1.100
head of very good hogs have been brought in during the
w.-ek ; and pretty extensive contracts have been made for tbe
delivery of others. For hogs weighing 175 lbs. $1,60-per
cwt.: 200 lbs., $1,75 ; over 200 lbs., from $2 to $2,25. I'
seems more lhah probable, Horn the state S the markets
abroad, that higher rates than the above need not be expected
dating the present season. Beef?A number of Beef Cattle
have been slaughtered, packed, and sent down the river in
the coarse of rh-^ present week?most of it on account of
the owners. Two dollars per hundred was the price paid lor
thosr purchased in this city. Wheat?Continues to corn
moid sixty-two and a half cents per bushel in this city. A
fe-.v years ago, Chicago atforded a much better market for
this staple article tha.i Alton. Now the case is reversed.
BRIGHTON" MARKET?Monday, Nov. 20.
At Market, 3000 Cattle, (about 1900 of which were Beef,)
1100 Store?, 5200 Sheep, and 1420 Sv ine.
Prices?Beef Cattle.?We quote a very small nnnv
ber extra 4 25 a 4 50; first quality $4 a 4 25; second quality
3 50 1 X 75; third quality 2 50 a 3 25.
Barreling I attle.?Mess3 12 j: No 1,2 62j; N*o2, $2
Stores.?Two vear old, ?8 a 12, three vetr old, $11 a 17.
She rv dull; small lots ai 60c, 75c, 92c' $1 33 and $1 50.
Wethers from 1 25 to $2.
Swine.?Good lots to peddl- 4c for Sows, and 5c for Bar
row Ohio Shoats 3f a 3Jc for Sows, 4} a 4}c for Bar
rowa Old Hogs from 3 to 4c. At retail, 4j to 6c.
Beeves.?800 offered, including 100 left over from last
week. Sales dull at 3$ a 4 for inferior to fair qualities; 4j
^ 4r for prime. 60 left owr.
Cows vno Calves.?250 in market Sales from I6to$24;
extra $30: Springers 10 to $15. Dry Cows 5 a $8.
Hoos ?950 Pennsylvania md Western Sales extremely
dull at 3| a li for inferior to fdir qualities: extra ij?325
left over.
Sheep - 1300in market Sale; at V5c to$lj; extra ^2
FR.EXCH LANGUAGrE?M?ns. Bekeart, pro
sot if the French Language, begs to inform his friends
ri:Tt he is now i'orming classes lor begiuners, at his residence,
No. 33 Duane-strec-r.
\. B. Pnvate lessor given ir home orat the residence ol
the pupili._ _ _._.nI.6 .
y liamson has organized 1 class for beginners, and one
for those who are far advanced in the study of the French
Language, both foi ladies and gentlemen. 1 nose who
oV?ie to join either of thov* clis.es, tre respectfullj
invited to call uion him, at hn residence, No.72 Murray
Street. _gjf 4**
cehtly of the Yonkers Female Seminar'.-, has opened a
school in Thi-tecurh street; one door east of' Washington In
stitute. Mrs. A. solicits the patronage of tlie citirens ?'! the
upper via J- whoappreciate me advantages of a solid, uselu
religious f-male education.
\irs. A. w ishes a limireJ uuinler of girls as bnardiug scho?
lars A young lady who s;*aks French wouhtbe a desirable
b.urde.-. ' Terms md references learned by application atl I3tli
street^one .i^oreast of Washington Institute. n2U dxwtf
SCHOOL?(comerof Cliaronand Pacific street, Brook
j ra.)?This School will re-ope., on th? 1st day of September
Panctual attendance of the pupils Is rec.ue-:ted.
The course of instruction tu tiiis institution is full and tho
rongh, embracing the English, Classical, Mathematical and
Scientific branches. Srict atteuttou is [ aid to the fbrmatiou
of the moral ?1 well is intellectn .! character ol pupils. The
first masters are employed in the eoeri! departments, and the
mode of iustmrtna continued which ins so long giren lati*.
i'-.e limited 1.umber of six pupils will b* received iti^ the
Piincipal's family, and receive the care of a parent.
1 ircui'.-j ;t?U?g teims. 4iC. r.:'.V be '..;>.d on "pplic itton <tt
t! e Church Depository; No. 20 Jfohn-st. or ?t die bookstore of
Mr. A. V. B lake, Frdton-s t. New- York, .-uid at Mr. A.M.
Wilder'^ H...'ksto.-e, M Fnhon-st. Brooklyn. au30tl"
J. x muuications lutvsde.i for any of tiie clTicers or members
of this Association, may, until farther noric-*. b?* directed as
follows?N. A. Phalanx, care of A. McPherson, No. 231 Wa?
ter st. New York._n22 1m"
TO FAMILIES.?The, Patent Refined Mould
Candles minufacturcl by W. Hl'LL it SON. 1?8 Cliff
street, ire thUcheapest and m'.:s: economical Iiuht that .:an b
used in a l^milv the-.- eire afine, clear light und wjJJ burn
much long?.- than sp-.*m. Families wishing *o make trial can
purchase a small quem/. ,-. They will be sent horn- free d
charge._]_n21 2:'
MRS. ROBINSON, Fashionable Clear Staroh*r,
8^ Mercer-street, fifth d nor above Spriar-st. from Eliza?
beth-s-. Embroideries. Laces, Tar 1 ton, Muslins, Silk Hose,
?c.made to.lpok equal to new ; Shawls, Merinos. Foulard
Silks, Mouseln de t.a:n-s. Table Carers, Sic. cleaned.
n.iv" Im*
JL caulis. Cantons and Aiiatics. deliveretl ?iis Totumn at St
or in Apnl at S9 r^r hundred. Oxford, Mass .Oct. 25
o^fiw^viitVV I. R. "3ARBOTTR
RAlSiX<.~i00bo.\es new Bunch Raisins, for
1321 132 Chatham street.
tribune job printing office.
All kinds of Job Printing, such a *^
Checks, Cards,
insurance PoLictn,
Bills or Ladin?,
Mammoth Show Bills.
Lecture Bills,
Ooscfrt Bills, Plain acJ
Political Bili.j,
Circulars, (ne.it) Stc
Promptly execated at che Once of the Trtbuue, No. IfiO Nas?
sau street?opposite the Park.
tribune book bindery.
No. 7 Spruce street, (Tribune Buildings.'
book binder.
a [?r* Sylvanla Association.?Office No. >'
Pin* st third story. Open from 10 to 12 A. M. foformatior
cheerfully given The Constitution givun. jylOtf
0^7" Health, tautet, anri Comfort.?The Gm
ham House, 63 Barclay-street, New-York, proffers advin-.^-r.
to strangers stoppiug a few Jays or weeks in the city, surh ai
are tirtly offered. It is eligibly located on a cleau and airj
street, very near the business part of the city, and in the im
mediate vicinity of the principal steamboat Undings. lt>
apartments are convenient and neat, \shile its table n supplier
with the best Vegetables and Frmu that can be procured, ex
eluding entirely Animal F)od and stimulants of all kinds
Charges moderate, and every effort made to reader Boarders
comfortable. Showe, Cafai free. Remember, 63 Barclay
street. jr85 tf
T C. BOOTH Ar CO. at tr,e New-York Casl
ti ? Tailoring Establishment, 142 Fu!toe-street, near broad
way, still continue to take the lead in economy aud ele-cam
in the manufacture and style of the various garments belouv
ing to a gentleman's wardrobe.
This superiority they ar* enabled to maintain incoaseo.uenet
of the general adaptation of tlu cash principle by the public
resulting from ya^t experience, that the credit system neceasa
rily imposed a heavy tat on the prompt paving caatnrnei tu
supply the losses from that class ol the community whiei*
must neceisaril> he excluded from this establishment. By ad
herring strictly to the cashjystera.eaa?lcs ihcsubseribers 1? fur
nish their customers with garments01 superior style and fiuul
at a very treat reduction from credit prices.
Gentlemen w ho contemj late refitting oraltvnug the arrange
meuts ot their wardiob* would do well togiveus a rail, as oui
assortment is one of the most extensive in the city, as various
as the changes of fashion, embracing all the ?.iifferellr styles o!
French Elastic Cassirr.eres of the choicest patterns, tor which |
this establishment has become so celebrated. Straelen ami
others visiting the city are particularly invited to cull and ex?
amine for themselves and test the above assertions by iwtron
mug au excjusi ve cash house.
No deviation iu prices and strict punctuality observed i
filling orders. _J._C BOOTH St CO. ,v>j uti '
WM. T. J ENNINGS A; CO , Drapers and TaTl
V V ors, 231 Broadway, American Hotel, opposite the Fouu
tain, solicit attention te an assortment of jeasouable g?od.i
including Cloths. Cassimeres, Vestiuga, Stc, in all thr new
and various styles.
Under the assurance that the system ofsmall profits and
quick returns,'' which has elicited so liberal a patron ige, will
becontiuued. whilst our arrangements are such as will enabb
us to till all orders in future with promptness.
A feature in the establishment which must commend it Tr
those re-juiring articles for immediate use, is the addition tc
our stock of an assortment of first quality ready made Gar?
ments, cousbting of Surtouts, Frocks, Dress Coats. Panta?
loons, Vests, Office Coats, Traveling Frocks, Drejsinv
Gowns, Stc.
A choice selection of Silk and Satin Scarfs, Ci tvats, Hand?
kerchiefs, Gloves, Suspenders, Hosiery, Under Vests, l>raw.
era. Muslin Shirts, Collars, Stc, at price* which must offer
inducements to purchasers. jvl5 Utl"
M" EN'S, BOYS' AND claTLTjRirN7^^ -
HAM-STREET and 4- BOWERY, will keep constantly
on hand, a full and complete assortment'of MEN'S, BOYS,'
AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING, of ill descriptions,
made in the most fashionable stvlk, to which he would
respectfully invite the attention of those m wan'. As he h ><
made arrangements to receive CLOTHS. CASSIMERES,
VESTINGS, Stc. by every Packer, and has secured the
services of experienced <'utters, he pledges himrelf to give
perfect satisfaction to all who may purchase.
iV. B.?Garments' made to order at thr shortrst notice
mvl with, strict punctuality. ?12 tFlu
FROCKS, CLOAKS, Stc?Extra Beaver and Pilot
Cloth Over Coats, Winter \? rocks. Sacks, Stc Also, extra
ami medium quality Cloth Cloaks, for sale at 231 Broadway,
Americau Hotel, opposite the Fountain.
ol3 istf WM. T. JENN1 NGSSt CO.
steam" refined candy.
RL cV A. STUART, 285 Oreenwich, corner
? of Chambers street, are constantly manufacturing by
steam, and have uow ou hand, a Urge assortment of Caudy,
&c of superior quality, suitable for the Southern market.
This candy being made from Refined Sugar, will keep in a
warm climate harder and dryer than any'made"from raw an*
gar; nl3 linis
Stc?The subscriber offers for sale very superior Tort
Wine, in glass and on draft?als j old pal" Cog. Brandy.
Did Madeira and Sherry, iu glass and in wood.
Fine Hocks, Clarets, Burgundvs and Sauternet. in cajes of
one dozen each. Apply to GILBERT DAVIS,
tU istf 15 Pine street, comer 01 u illiam.
REAL ESTATE AG E NGY, No. 13 and . 16 j
Douw's Buildings, Albany, N. Y.?The undersigned of.
ler theii services to die public as Agents for the purchase, sale
and exchange of Real Estate; for the transaction of business
counected therewith in the public offices in Albany, such .13
ther ecording of Deeds, payment of taxt s, obtaining legalized
copies of public records; for the rrunagement of the property
of non-resident owners, and the transaction of business con?
nected with Real Property' generally.
Owners of Farms and Western Lands will Und it foi th-ir
interest to register property they may w ish to dispose of at this
Property advertised in the Albany papers at half the usual
Communications dost paid) will recciv? immediate, atten?
RkferEITCES.?Thomas Olcott, Piest. Mech. and Farmers
Bank, I'hilip Phejps. Esq., Dep. Compt., Hon. Daniel Cady,
Albany : John B. Miller. Esq.. Utfca ; Henry Yatea. E-q..
John C Bergig 25 Merchants' Exchange, A. S. Depoyster.
Sec. Hudson h ire Ius. Co., New-York.
sUfl 3mis A. ELLISON fit CO, Albany. N. Y.
fMJAL.?Peach Orchard and ?ther Coals con
itantly on hand, by tlie cargo or ion, at low prices, from
bo.ttoryard. J. T ERB ELL,
; 4i,t coruer of Hudson and Ajnosssrxeeta.
pOAL AT SUMMER PRICES ?We are .still
selling the besr quaiity Peach Orchard Coal, delivered
from the x aid iu prime order at the lowest summer prices, v \t. :
Broken and Egg, Five Dollars and a half and Stove ;tt Five
Dollar; per ton free of cartage. R. & B SKIDMOKE,
u2tTw* Washington, corner of r rar.kliii-st.
COALS:?Large nut size> $5; stove $5 25; and
fresh broken and egg So 37 per ton. from the yard, coiuer
of King and Greenwich-Streets. Consumers rnav rely nn get
ting the best Peach Orchard Red Ash Coal, w>i! screened iu
tlie yard, ami delivered at the above prices for cash. A reduc?
tion of 25 ?u? per ton will be giveu if taken direct from the
boats. n22m_PETER CLINTON.
FOR SALE?At the above low price, if
t iken direct from vessel. This cargo of Coal is ir. good order
v;d of 'he very best quality. Orders left at the office of th?
?S?? ^ P^r?l DICKERSON; -
n23 tf N o. 107 Antouy street.
pOAL ! COAL!?At 215 West-street, corner of
\J Franklin, and comer of Fifth and Lewis-.treets. ?The
undersigned arestill selling,their very superior Peach Oichard,
Broad Mountain, White and Grey Ash Coals, broken, egg,
stove and nut si2es, doubly screened wl delivered free ol
cartage, a-i cheap is ihe cheapest. Orders lelt at the Sugai
Refinery, 23 Leonard street, or sent through the Dispatch Post
to either of the yards, w ill receive immediate attention,
nlj lcT _ _TYLEE St MAPES.
COAL! COAL:!?The real genuine Red A.sh
Peach Orchard, not purcuased at the 'lock of second hand
dealers, but at the fountain head, at tile mines, where We get
th* first ijnaliry of Coal, and will he delivered at the following
pi ices, tree of cartage, well screened from the yard, a sworn
^-ijiher'i endorsement On the baci of each ticket: Nut $1
Stove S5, Egg and Broken $5 50, from the Lump; Lackawan.
a a and Lehlgn &4 5u. Liverpool, from ship. S3 5?.
Yard 5?*. Washington sr. near Spnag.
lack aw an a coal
URESH FROM THE MINES, at the Yards of
-F the Delaware and Hudson Ctnal Co.
Corner of STATE & FURMAN-ST., Brookl>n
EGG AND BROKEN.S5 00 delivered.
STOVE.5 00
LUMP.4 50
NUT.4 '0
Orders also lecetvvd a: the Delaware 5: Hudson Bank, cor?
ner of William and Pige-sU._nov7 tf
IVORY?4,000 lbs. prime India Ivor)-, lor sate by
n? GRIN-NELL. MIVTtJRN St CO. TgSonth st
mats! mats! mats!
FRENCH, English, India und Americaa
of all kinds. _ ',. , , . .
Mauilla, Jure, Lnghili ftnu American bh-e; Shiu and
ofali si?es?with a general assortment ot
u L \ S. RANl'EL s.
t23 3t" US Broadway, one door ab-jre (.^uai sr.
WATCHES !?The laree>t and mostsplen
*^-3did assortment of Watchasin the city is tr be found
_2^at the subscriber's He is coatantlv rtceiviag ^11 de?
scriptions of Gold and Silver Wajtches, of the newest styles,
fiom the manufacturers in England, France and Switzerl md
.rid is enabled to offer a larger assortment, and at much
prices at retail, than any other house in the city. Gold
Watches as low as $20 to $25 each. Watches and JeWelr>
L-tchingedorboiirht. All Watches warranteil to keep good
??me r,r ;he moner r^rarned. V/i!cn?, Clock* and JeVteir,
retiaiieil in the be?^manner, and warranted, low? u.-n it ^>
other place in the city. . , ,
(}. C. ALLEN . Importer of Watcb? and Jewelry^
D9i*tf wholesaleanA^*r"^ ^* Wallstreet. ap?^
WCHi^-A^JRW?LR^ bo^or
taken in exchange by ?. o.AL>f* ai lnU4
up stairs.
? ? m experienced fortBMn for * Lmseed Oil establishment.
idrrwJ5ox 12> Branch Potl Office._n24 lw
y&NTED-^By a respectable young woman
? with good reference, a situation as nurse and ??anutreta
chamberwork, Ol waiting and ?central housework?willing
.. ?: in washing tod iroainx. Pleas* apply ax No. 12 Rr>**~
lift___________?_L3t* _
\\r ANTED?Places by 2 girls with the best City
? t nKommendatioru lor Cookum or Housework. Ple.-is*
ply at 291 Mal>?rry?st. n24 2t*
"ANTED?A situation by a good FTOteft&M
cook, rasper and iroaer. with bast City recommenda
Apply at 139 Hammond ?t. n2^ 3??
l?TAiNTE??A situation by a nice girl as cham
? * bermaid, washer, &c. or as nurxe and for sewing .?
Good Ci:y references. Apply at 288 Mott ?;. D2i Jt?>
I XT ANTED-?A place for housework, &c. by a
V r woman with very" stood City references. Apply at i*
f .iu:ens st. n24 2r*
ANTED?? place by a colored girl as chain
bermaid or nurse. Good references. Apply at 5 Uth
A LADY wishes to obtain a situation in a school
?jL or private family, to instruct in the usual English
'rtnchrs, with music, and drawing, and painting, plain and
ornamental needle work. She would be witling to devote ?
portion of her time to sawing if desired. The most satisfactory
-ferenefs v?jll be giv-m. Salary n? object for the winter.?
Addiess S. King, at this office._n23?f
\X7AiS'TEL)?A place by a very capable, steady
? ? rran as w aiter, who lived 6 years in his last pUc?, ta
which he refers. Applv at 104 Madison sf_ nlj St*
t\TANTED~^Capttal wanted in the Silk Brst
? * KCSS, in the way of a partner or partners, by a gentle?
man in theconn'rr. lonx acquaint**! with trie business and
iOW cw uing 1 Urge establishment, Inquire of the Pvuxish
eRs or of T. B. W AKEMAN. Em Secretary of the Ameri
cm Institute, or of D. Woodbury. Esq., 116 Pearl street, with
whom is 'eft, in writteu form, the outlines of the proposed ar?
rangements. ulO 6w
BOARD WANTED?With a furnished room or
two rooms, in the lower part of the City, by a gentleman
ind hu wile; Address W. Pitman, box 580 Upper Post Of?
fice _. -_n23
p ENTE Ell" HOARDING at Mrs. GERE'S, No.
VT 27 Courtlandtstreet. Single or married geutlemeu can
be accommodated with excellent Board and comfortable
r. om? on modeinte terms. Also, a front parlor and bedroom,
on the second floor, furnished or unfurnished. nil 1m*
BOA RD IN P>( ? NI >'-STR K ET -Board, with
pleasant rooms, may be obtPnrd at56 Bond-street. T\ rms
ir.oder.te._nil Im?
HOUSE, at 5t Greenwich street.?The house i? large
vid the rooms are furnished with grates, well calculated foi
families or single gentlemen. Oue parlor on the first flooi.?
Lodgings $1 i-*r week. Transient board 5 shillings per day ?
Meals equally low. Please call and see, i>4 lm*
QWEDES IKON?UK) tons Swedes Iron, assort
^ ed, noW landing ?nd for sale br
?8 (iRl NNK.LL. MINTUR.V fc CO. 78 South?t.
\ STORK.. No! *7 Caual-street.
The lubccriuer (formerly of th* well-known old establislied
Tea, Cotter, and Spice Stoie m Dutch-street) respectfully in
:ot be surpassed, and which she intends offeriuit it the tesj
lowest prices that ailticles of as good quality can l*> obtained
for in the city.
Any article purchased at this establishment not trivine, per?
fect satisfaction will be cheerfully t.iken back and the money
returned. Fresh supplies of roasted and ground i toffee ana
Si>ic?-? will be receive.! dadv from the vsell known Factory of
Mr. E". Whitiiigton. No 7 Dutch-street, and sold at Factory
t"?ces. MUS. DAVID AI KEN.
xr o ... ... . (Komwrly E RITCHIE.)
!N. b.-An gooua delivered to any i?rt of the City free of
charge,_ u2l2w?
rjASSNER ?.V YOUNG, No. 132 Chatham st.,
VJ have on hand and for sate the following eiieusire aasort
ment of selected Groceries, 8tc, wholesale and retail, at the
lowest prices* :
SUGARS?Loaf, crushed, powdered .md brown Sugars
COFFEE-Jivi, Manilla, Sumatra, &?
NEW TEAS, 01 ail gradeaand kinds
CAN DLES?i>|*rm, j atcut and moulds, of all size*
OIL?Spejrm winter and fall strained Oil
SPICES?Pure, ground and whole
SOAP??" istile. yellow; biowii r.nd rtucy
( IKX OLATF.. t oeoaand (,'ocon .Shell?
PURK ^I)^^'"'^ KLKS,' 14 *Tni ^--rmenr
1 S,Kh' S LU *V INES? Madeira, pile and brown Sherrv
Pur,: Chipng:,.^. Old Brand.es, (ii,, EJiMPH
. ..... ^. r i, ie; i ?., l e..
New Dutch Uerrings, Sardine* and AttChovvea
Biid S.v.!. .< nil iry Hemp, Rape, Millet and,Yellow
W hite Comb Honey. lUsm ill boxes, aaeiieral aisoriuunt of A
lorcign and domestm Preserrea and Jellies a
La Noima, Noriagas, CorNgas and Principe Segart.
iP-lCM ? ^' Atrowu,?1' iMarcb, Ric^, Flour. ^
.ip^jS- ** V? are ?h?* Agents for the celebrated Saintoaa Pa?
vilion Water, in o,nart and pint bottles.
Goods shipped or delivered to any part Of llM eity, free of
eJLE^!Tj_I. v lawjitjsi
HULl/STRUSSKS.-Notice to Rup^
Itureil Persons.?-Persons afflicted wirh rnpturm
luiay rely upon the. be?i instrumental aid two
world affords, on application at the office, No.
I Veseysire*t, or to mthdX of the acenu tu ?t? prineiiial towns
in the United States. Be careful to examine the bacit pad ol
Hull's Trusses, to see if they are eudoised by Dr. Hull in wit
ting. None ar? geuuiue, or to be relied upon as good, wiihj
Ottt his signature.
Many Pewons i. ;vo und?rtaken to vend uniwtiousof Hall's
?elehrateJ Truuws. and thousands arp imposed upon in conse
?lueuce. 'these imitations cannot b.? relied upon; they ate
instil* by unskilful mechanics, and are no better than the ordin?
ary Trusses.
Rooms haV? been fitted up at No. 1 Vewy str?et, oiclosiv??lY
for ladies, having a separate entrance from Dm business depsrt
.nein, where a female is in coiutvnt attendance to wait npon le
?n^lp nsrien??. ?21 t<
>removed to 13 Beekman stre?'t. About 200 of ?i
fust physici in* and surgeou? of New York hav
given their decided preference to this Truss a
'jou < an graduate the pressure from one toW
pounds on the rupture without a back pad, which does so much
injury to the spine. A fair trial being the best testof lUsujie
i lority ir is applied and ?ix dayn rrial given, and if it d. ea not
retain the riii>ture, w bile petfonniug every kind of exercise or
coughing, lind giee perfect ease?in a word, if it it m>t satii
toiT in every respectj'.tli* money is cheerfully relumed, and
this is the only condition on which you should buy any truss,
A permanent cuie in easily effected, and warranted if direc?
tions are followed, i ?? m
Offices are fitted up at No. L3Be?-kman stioet, one door from
Nassau, exclt^ively for applying this truss, and all are invited
to come' and try for themsemj*._nil lmStit
l *mi*mB? * , T00l#s in facti) for HOUSE and
0 'ship carpenters, BUTCHEH3,
s/r &r nn he obtained in all their variety at WHOLEj;
YORK, of the most celebrated manufacturers, (tcarrant?d
MORTON'S. GIFFORD'S. and other makers.
also Cooper*' Dow,ling But*;
American Iron KiVe&t ">? ^c]i ]t,'\?*''
Coopers'Trnaa,Hoops; , do. I at.arid Bung-borers
do. Head and Stave Join
do. Stock Howells and
do. Braces; ... , .
NOTICE?Sufficient is it in answer to the advertisement
chat appears to the contrary, tluit we have the genuine
ranttdJoh v CorvoKR'a Tools for sale, as here advtrttsed.
A liberal discount ?n Edge Tools to merchant*.
The ..ibtrr.hers are also iMfORT krs *U&OfMtM^OjtAtr
WARE CUTLERY". &c. fkc, including a very Exte.-tsive
ASSOaTME/T, which they P^toCoONTW MrBCHANTSond
MansET.PRicts^^ chaRLES S^ LITTLE.^
T?? THE PCr.LlC?Whereas Os
do. LevelitiK Planes;
do. Vices;
do. Compasses;
do. Mark;uglrons,fccfcc
r^ ~!rTB!rgg~n bom St Little, of 33 Eulton-stiect, h*ve ad
11 vertis??d Conger's Edge Tools for ..,!e, ??<)
5 II mid the impression has goueabroad tliat they
-? ^ ore of my make,'and whcre;u the said Ot;
V?orn & Litt!? are unwilling to remove said erroneous impres?
sion by uating trie whereabouts 01 the real maker, tfierefore,
to undeceive rnv friends and the public iu geuernl, I would
merely ?rare that my tools can be bad at only No. 33 Attorney
street es ar tieorge Biiggs k Co. No. 115 Maidpb-Ianei wher*
a full supply may alwavs be h?d. at a liberal discount to deal
era. and In future will be stamped Conger N. Y.33 Attorney
street. o28 3m* .IQIIN CONGER, New-York^
? nsi LO? KS.?The lubscriber. who was awarded
with a diploma at the New-York State Fair, 1W2
*nd 1*13,/.? the hist toned Church faltjn n?m
prepared at his foundry, at Went Tr?y, N. Y. to lu>uu>h Bell?
of any weight. l'r..m 2?ll;s. to lieiO 11)3. m??lr of ihe best maur
riaU, .?n 'i warranted to si^nd and tone such to pl*a*e.
Fastens u> them the improved cast iron yoke with movable
or*,,.' Themcrea.ingilemanjls forhu>IIsis the M&tfJ;
deuce that can be given of Uieireaeell?*?*- ao say nottipu or
other States, between; threa and four hundred ( hurch ?e,n
have been furnished fordiffemit places iu the State of New.
York from his foundry. .
Also, Leveling and Surveying J2&g&?^\?^v
Brass Hastings, kc r. 16 tf_ANDREW MENEELY__
ITO FAMILIES in .vouth Brooklyn.
[OTTO F. JACOBSEN proiWses;ogtveiav,
i ? iatructiou on the Piano, to a limited nembrr ol
pupils, some of which ^realrpady ?ti^ageil; term to c?mns*ncr
on the ?ith it.it. He w ill ai*o give leaser^ in the- German Lan?
guage . .
He rrfers to Mr. W. iL Dwi?;h<;,Court street, opposiie South
g where his terms, and any other particulars reejuMed,
ti\\ bi-eiveo.?B.ooklyu. Nov. 2?rh,_ _ . ^ if*
r3? JUST FINISHED?Elegant Nutiia Enr
iaLrlau^^riiharily tersoed leaver,) at the low prig of
t/'^iS: s?n<nor ihr.rt aap of Pruisian Moleskin at ?j
These luts Me f"i?al in durability and lustre to those sow ?
? 5:. Also?An article at ft M. a very neat dreaa Hal.
.nlil in * BROW NiPr*eu caJH ra^.J^C^- " .
\ IL bei has reduced his superior imitation gsg TW
fur boili? t? *4i?trerne low P^^^drantagjou.ly
are an elegani Dress Hat. and ^^SSnUy
with Hau sohl at $2 M and fK-M* ,act<.it peUerua, aud at the
inz For and Silk <>f the best >',aiw ^
lowest city prices. ._r?|!rtJ bv the ease as low, if not
N B- Country deal* rt rhif dtr>
lower, than by '-ny 0V yy KfcLLOoO, 132 Caiial-streer.
coiaer of Thompson-street.
s23 3rn* _ -?
-^"'TT^Y'^h'-iHOt'S?Warranted Btt?enor in
f% Lgpect'to'smyh^tofoiw osed^tt about the price
I W&'&Hoa in bur. All doubts on this subject may be
* *?s by sending i'j by mail or otherwise, Uft \h, ?
Trtn0A'.'.r^, will immedtatt-ly He forwajrto?'? w.?n-.nfed to
* - ?'? coUO'-n s'* oi-ler-d,
K-armlyiug to the sabsrnhrr 3t the works i 1 1- KeltogK
-Co.. Waqrw, rUi-. V Lesley. J. ''-. Hejrit it flroih?r.
Tro"; Lewis Ue>:?i!i>t 3i l'n.t Joho Townsend, Albany.;
Ptersoiu & Co.. Naw-York; Charias Smith, Boston: A. M. ft
B. W. Jones, Philadelphia, aud E. Piau<t Brother*BaltamoiOi
where farther information may he had 00 tlie ?ubjr-ct.
Troy Iron and Nail Facfvry. HEN-R V BURDEN.

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