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volcmkii. io.wi. NEW YORK, FRIDAY, JANUARY 13,1837. wholkno.4?6. * SDOM BKXIKTT, TERMS or tJtlfkmm, *i ih* comer tfNiumm mti y-uld. both in uwrn y??mm ilrwrt. advertiser*. Jwi* Q. -The asterni v? cireuUttoo of tjba *<*? country, wake it a lupOTtor channel for . nni. " 2 I a iMtTB LINES, 01 LBSS. Ci ? I 7 dayt, ft 87 I 10 days, ?? ? rl iMs-. n?$ In - ? a 37 3we?k*< * * " * I T5 | I - ? f IS I IS ? ? * 80 | mmtk, ' *!0HT LINKS, 0R LKSS. <t"*-A11 advarttsi ?S so I s months, ?? <w XiUrtucmwit. fc ? o? | ? mouth*. 15 *o uvvry in?ertiu K> be paid for btluni their insertion. I ill tue W*KKLY HB8AL?,al?l 00 per A Mkmoib t BEBT GbAHA* q w?w??rtGrahafH,t Right Honobabui Sib *vo ti which he ^sve lo 'eeord the death of Sir ioved as i^kef^htr of the English Bar, a ti for ?ome years wUh ProPr*|yen ^ ?an oldest living bairister. He was called so far back, as May 1771, and ranked ?* hisjuniors, Mr. Justice Burrough, the Earl of " ^ftand Sir William Alexander, theNestorsof the ffesaion. Of Sir Robert Graham it may be said, as of ninc rtenlhsof all eminent lawyers, that he made his own -wuy. His honors and his wealth were won by his own industry, talents, and honorable conduct. His family, however, was good, although not rich. He was descended from a scion of the noble house whose name he bore, and whose actions throw such lustre on the history of Scotland. His ancestor was George Graham, Esq., of Calendar, second son of William Lord Graham, by Lady Ann Douglas, eldest daughter of George, fourth Earl of Angus, and brother of Wil li&m, first Earl of Montrose. He had therefore suffi cient blood " to warm him with a noble name, And share the glory of ilw Gr?ine." We ate not aware at what time his more immediate forefathers crossed the Border; but his father settled at Daiston, near Hackney, where he kept a school. His son Robert was born in the year 1743, and re ceived from his father his early instruction ; and in the year 1762, was sent to Trinity College, Cam bridge. He was here soon distinguishsd in every Jsranch iif his studies; and not only enjoyed a higli tepuutim for classical attainments, but was third Vrangltr at the examination for his Bachelor's de Tee, in i766. He was soon after clected a fellow of t colltge, and in 17*9 he took his Master's de >e. ji themean time he had entered himself at the %* Timple, and was called to the Bar on the 10th ^|ky, 1771. His success, however, wus not iin JP^te. He joined the Norfolk Circuit, and chose e Surs of Chancery and Exchequer as the prin *|<j of his exertions?for in those days the divi ?iona<.iga| la^,. Weie not so strongly marked as ^ount^ *or '"my years no great en ^L^*c,rut, and had lo encounter those difficulties ???? K^'vally attend the want of professional ra. e.C||^a" ^l8 industry and abilities, however, jfmt uul,yw(n him clients, and he was so lortunate W.^-^efavor and confidence of the Prince of ?l ~?..a Vie period of his proless.onal caroer wion \nd afi h^y conW be of most Service to him ; r*...; e5 twenty years probation, hoasrs pro i i7a<u fL*merit8 in UP"" him. torn. I' jOnce of Wales appointed him his At c5 tJgc^I?* * ?lk gown f llowed, as of Coui<J.i f? ,h? fT?v> rc?order of Oakha.npton, and .h.. .X heb?"rtI?,!yL?'' e^otbritlipjk and from Courts * r.,??y m lilt'"""' 03 ? ?d?r "> 'he thoso t ,'art8. h'? name will b?Port8> of the cai,e8 1,1 in conjunction wui. ,j,. "r!T..l0u"d very frequently, time, Sir John Scott, Sir John Mitfdhi?cfti?? Mr. Richards, and others ; and although his practic^ was never so great as some of these, yet he Kept his ground very creditably. It is also to be mentioned that he commanded the Temple Volunteers. ' In 1800, died Mr. Justice Builer,?a man not easily to be replaced,?leaving a vacancy on the Bench of the Common Pitas ; and Mr. Grniiam probably con Hidefed that he did not overrate his deserts when he aspired to fill this place. Lord Loughborough, then Chancellor, swayed the destinies oi the profession; but it was understood that he had another person in his eye to fill the vacancy. Under these circum stances, the Prince of Wales, whose festivities at Carlton House Mr. Graham had often shared, once more stood his fnend. His Royai Highness drove down to the Court of Chmcerv. r?aj?piw< mi mtrr new wnorthc Chancellor, and begged him to appoint his Attorney General to the situation. It is said that Lord Loughborough received the application with some surprise ; but after a little reluctance acceded to the request. Mr. Baron Chambre was accordingly removed into the Common Pleas, and Mr. Graham, ?Iter receiving the preliminary dignity of the coif, was created* a Baron of the Exchequer, and soon after wards knighted. Mr. Gikbs (afterwards Sir Vicary) was appointed Attorney General to the Prince. Sir Robert Graham's jidicial life now commenced, and lasted for more thai ? quarter of a century ; and during this long period he merited and obtained the respect and affection of the profession at larse. His Ic^'hI information waroonaiderable, particularly on the law of tithes : aH Ins judgments, if not entitled to the highest characW, must always have conside rable weight. His pawners were formal,but particu larly c /urteouSjt an< in his latter years he might have been pointed out as* model of an old Knglisli gentle man. He retain*! his laculties both of mind and body, nenrly to tie day ot lus death. His tall lorm he held erect, aliiost to the last : anil very recently en hia coining i?lo the King's Bench to take the oaths, his hale ppearanco was generally remarked. On this ooeasica, the whole Bar rose 011 Ins entrance, in testimony o tlieir respect. Mr. Baron Graham closed his professional life by retiring from the Bench in Hilary Vacation, 1827. He probably fcgan to find the duties of his situation too on rous U him t but it is to be recorded that in his 80th year shortly before he retired, he tried the cause of TH King ??. Mtntaxu, which lasted throe days, and inwluch a motion lor a new trial was after wards refusd. In 18J4, iir Robert Graham was sworn a Privy Councillor,! mark of favor shown hiin by his pre sent Maj<sr. He has for s?aae time lived in retire ment at Klgston upon Thames, with two of his nio ?M| and ?e died at bis house there on the28th ef 8estembe ln?t, aged 9.1. Sir Robert Graham mar ried early") life, but left no issue. Smmncn.?Rocket Experimenta.?A consider able coitourae of respectable persons, comprising most of he principal shipowners of the port, assem bled at he citadel to witness a series of experiments, imiitut/d for the purposes of ascertaining the pratica bdity / affording assistance to wrecked vessels, or vessel; in danger an a lee coast, by establishing a oomirtntcation to or from them by me ms of lines at tache) to rockrta. These ?xpenmonta wera, we un .lersi<nd, m the first instance suggested by A. G. Carl* R*|, the storekeeper at the garrison, and were carrf<l into effect by means of a subscription ofship ?wiffs and others. The spectators were admitted by ick<!t. Nix rockets, each having a strong line at tacked to the end of the stick, were fired in suoes ?H>t from a pilot boat stations! in the Humber,ofTthc citideL, to two buoys pi iced beyond a sloop moored at a distance from the shore. The wind was at the tirte very rough and boisterous, blowing from the 8. W The firat two fell near the vesse aimed at; the thrd went completely over l?cr, and established n communication ; the other three were fired wi.h great precis on at the buoys; and, it a vessel had been sta tioned at these; buoys, wo?ild have s eceuded in eject ing a communication. A number of rockets were then fired fiom the shore at a vessel mound at about 100 yards distance, a very lirge proportion of which crossed the rigging of the vess. I. Rockets were (hen flrV slddi? r< nt degr. es of elevation, to exhibit their range; and it was shown that by incrra* ng iheir w r a eominiini ation could lie ? s ablidied at very eo iwilsvah' distances; in sotmi instances from .100 t.? 400 yart4 of lins were eat rn-d out. Tin-experiments ww* whoN< successful, mid established the fact that w ?l)???y?rii)eip!a asst?inn e can be conveyed to dis -d te* els from the sh >re with fa. ility ami cer Hinty. Th?i simplicity of ihe apparatus i-? also s ich Hat it nn readily be carrel in vessi Is, to be used in ??es o; danger, for establishing a cummin,cation th'l shore. A subscription, are informed, Ims > ?? rfS tub'* >m ? ln? in it >ubta?'o th ? ei.ietdste nfhi? f? *', "> ? r. R Jig, ii i ii,)! (., in y,' i.,?n in Ks* vr a'm '?? ' V l* '' l? Hav ? i.i Tri ti'v 'fi-irm I fist *, " *'?*"??? ? f M* ku i mil p<, ii. n is'bit t>4>l. k. '* ???<? hi>.>.iit a I|?r till BiUo.it rim r ims i vMiltyatibi' *"2 11 'It '? Mr Hs-itn Ornhnm't M 'oper i , /itL '?? '* svrf ib bat . . t" ,m ?""???ft*' ?P 'or M?nt<nr. , (ri. m. *"',h * 1sntsaa ?hr Tm ITlh.'iT ",f 5! ' *??> ? si w. H *tiim rj fjr '' 1 m been entered into, for the purpose of establishing rock et stations on the coast, to which several public bodies have already contributed.?Hull Packet. An "aflnir of honor," of a very ludicrous character, took place at South Molton. It appears that the dap par medical gentleman of that town is most particular as to the make, color, and fit of his kids. A waggish young at orney residing there, seeing his friend's gloves on the table, took the liberty of inserting a portion of lampblack into the fingers of them. The disciple of Esculapius being called out to visit a female patient, put on his gloves and proceeded to her house, where, to his mortification, the usual act of arranging his curly locks produced a laugh from the invalid; his eye catching the glass he saw his fair forehead covered with black streaks, and on looking at his hands lie found them in the same state. Stung with mortifica cation, he rushed from the house, and charged the liinb of the law wita being the enuse of his sufferings; an altercation ensued, which, however, terminated amicably. The company present nt the explanation, feeling anxious to carry on the joke the lawyer had begun, induced him to send a challenge to the doctor, they arranging that, without his being aware of the circumstance, there should be no bullets in the pistols. The parties met to carry into effect this bloodless en counter, when the police rushed in upon them and took the whole paity before the Mayor, who made an order for both to give sureties to keep the peace for twelve months. The lawyer immediately put in bail, but the doctor's ire was so raised at the deuiuement of this last outrage, that he declared he would remain in prison for ever rather than give up his power of cal ling his antagonist to anjaccount for his behaviour,and he was consequently committed in default of bail.? Exet .r Flying Post. Benevolent Institution among the Jews.?The admirers of the cold and calculating Mr. Mai thus will be terrified to learn that an institution is in rapid pro gress among the wealthy (Hebrews), for the express purpose of assisting with an outfit, and all other ne cessary expenses, such poor Jews as may be desirous of entering into the holy state of matrimony, firs. Rothschild is stated to be the benevolent originator of the charity, and its real purpwse is to endeavor to di minish the vast extent ?f illicit intercourse which ex ists among the lower orders of the Jewish persuasion, To those already living in a state of unmarried profli gacy, a period of four months is te be given for their consideration, and if at the end of that time they do net choose to avail themselves ef the advantages held out to them by the institution, but continue to live on in demoralization, they will at oncc be virtually and for ever excommunicated and driven forth from the Jewish community, and denied the rites of sepulture, according to the observance of that nation. The ad ministration of this excellent charity is on the most liberal foundation. Applicants will be allowed to choose, to a moderate extent, the fashion and the co lor of their own garments, and the high priest h?? ?'? I i j.:;. 10 pertoim the marriage cere mony himself, whenever the parties, however hum ble, may feel desirous. This is genuine charity, and as far as its moral object is considered, most praisewor thy. What will Mias Harriet Martineau say to all this'!?London paper. How to Coon a Potatoe.?To boil a potatoe seems simple enough, and yet we scircely ever find it well done. At the tablea of the great a good potatoe is ne ver seen, because if not eaten the very moment it is boiled, the potatoe is worth nothing, and also because | the refinement of peeling helps to destroy the flavor. Another mistake is, to serve this vegetable in a cover ed dish, whereby the steam coudeuaed by the cover fal s upon the potato, and it becomes sadden and them, and do not wash until just before you use them. If they are steej ?? water long before they are boiled, they beoome ? ' and watery. Put them into plenty ?f cold water"" ?ome salt. When they are about half boiled, thrii 4ay the water, and pour fresh boiling water upon th? potatoes from a tea ket tle, adding to it some salt. Let it boil up briskly.? When you hare ascertained with a fork that the Dot i toes are very nearly done, throw in a cupful of cold water to check the boiling. The water will aoon boil up again, and the potatoes will crack. Let the water then be drained oft, nnd the potatoes served up imme diately in an open dish, with thnr skins on. The water upon them will evaporate the instant they are in the diah. They must be eaten that moment?in ten minutes their fine flavor would be gone.?Maga zine of Domestic Ecenomy. V' IYI iIteraby Novelties.?The following new work* havejust b?ien issued from the press of Messrs. Saunders anil OtleV : Sir Orenville 'lemple's new work, (Travels in Greoce and Turkey,) 2 vols, plates. Advanturca in the North of Europe, by Kdward Landor, Ksq., 2 vols, plates. A new work on Flowers, (The Floral Telegraph,) with beautiful colored plates. The Continent in 1835, by Professor Hoppua, 2 vols, plates. Tour of a German artiat in England, by M. Passa vant, 2 vols, plates. Dr. Hol'k's visit to Jeruaab m, Ac. 2 vols, colored plates. The Chevy Chase, illustrated in a a senes of out lines, by J. Franklin, Ksq. Abo nearly ready Mrs. Janieson'a Characteristics of Women, a new and greatly improved edition?em bellished with her own Etchings, in one vol. General La Fayette ? Memoirs, written by himself; nnrl Metallic and nher unpublished poems, by N. P' Willis, Kaq., 1 vol. The Great Metropolis, by the author of " Recol I.-fttuns of thel.onls anil Commons." ?jll-6t SAtwnr.ss & Otlkt, 45 Ann at. INDICATYOIV. Dt HKANDRKTH ha* unn a.* il.il tiy j?r-? I. Iilhrr medicine*, a* ? miTri run U <?? k IrruiiF he ia ?aid to raaoaMM*d i i? Mi-dicine in lar*t- '|* iiiIMim and that n?*o?d me. icins M to ri'iuiml The fart m, ihat any no-dimc hattn* Mercu jr. A-ariir. Antimony or Hemlock in it, ? nlil not lw taR n in lat*e doae*. hec-jaae i il were. -urh meili cine wou (I (J (troy I ill- at oaaa tie 4<mh not u| the medicine* In which he n 11 ? i In. Iih f tho?c in*r.' lent* in tnem.lm il nevi dent, f'tMll heir ilir "tioii* thai . re*l f a e M rerjuif.-d in the tnki ? ot'tlirm Now Hraa irth'a VegMaale I'm aranl Pill* can Im taken I at all time*. in lar*a or amail rio?e* according to urfrno oI ? >ini<iom? On# r.flh???* who apply thi* epilhet of MERCENARY, waaa pal t o| l?r H'? for tiiree month* v,r from May ?? Au*u*t. In the Pile*. of whir i the Randreth Pit ? comp *t?,y cur d him Thi* man now ad. *rti*e* lartelya Pil ?. ? hirh hriwiaNi villi'-are ftwy iiweaae. and < i.ill> t hemic under which Im la I oi?d l)r Hnndrc'h app ala tothetaah ratimatian In* Pill* arc held in. m all part* of the United State* ; thi* ia hn Inat ana * ?r nail ill w > hII i 'I i il?Wit?il pmiima ; wlKinihi' ami hankie! on thrte ows ew*f. jii ima I1INK AMRM OF TIIFj KYR. Or Rt.LloTT.Ocalial mJ *iid Profea*or of Anoton.y and l>i*ea?r* of the Human ere. Nn :?w llroadway, upstair*. Im*** t? inform tho*" who are ImnMei m h weak, "ore h I I of naian. that thei have now an opportunity of yet tin* tlteir eye* perfectly ruri'' (without iui opciation,) H the ?al of*kill. ?n'dirnn', anJ Mr K ha?inf *tiidN*d uii<lertho moal p.rWwnt<,d (>coli?l? in KurniN an4 un? ol lh^ la-at ?? Am*rtro, pr<ifc?*<>r Smith, of Ihr M?l*ra Collnec ?f Ohio, l* ermWIe 4 oa?i:.t with conflilrnc* that h?< cub rr?ii?? t? nicht, mul rurr in a ?hort Imir.thr mint itanfi-ron* di* n<c< of ilw eye. jnthrrioronattlctnl in*ural>lr. a* trom hi* r*tri? ? tare and aueoaaf I pra' tirn. hundirda 1,1 New York and el???h* r can testify. Horcfn ? e* Th?> patent, ?rlf ad rutin*, hrauliful. traii?!rt?rrnt nr iiuir. Wp*ctKrle (HaaaiNi, harm* the iirruliar iiroperty of kr? p in? Ilir eye prrlmtly rool, *iri"* iimneoiatv and iwrmanrnt ea*? 1,1,1 It III" .mill' time a>l|iMt itwlf to rrery a*? without thr n e? ?ity of chaaica fl. K will himarlffit lha Patrot Ola**r*. to auit tbr partfuku 'l?flTt. I'rmr ?f lha imtntit rlaiMHX #1 US. rwrniwn dn Sa. N. fl rilioti * Paleiit Ointmviit, for th?' immediate cureofinfla ?aiitlon ?ftl? art I' i> i Mimil< pa ho*. womniUil ? V"* KrMt* ontlM a?cum? of Monday. WHnaailuy, ami f'nday. !'r K Im* removed ln.TUJ I'.rnadway, corner ?f Bonne f.atraiiC4 intnacfirnrr dtsti <>I>UK,M Mi.UN i ... I-..rami '? , "" JfHloI'Ml p in nut for *ieutirv? clothe*, dr. wer*. wanl r Ml, ai.lNMtii aifrctoal pt??entirr a*ajn*l moth orefmrHl tnan a #Jotce?uii cnnlimalKw of tlie rlmn-Mi thiw* *, only hy Koli ,rt!1 t.he,mat.i,,,.| tvrfianer. Ln?<)<ai,in naat Bilk lxi*?,atS <hillin** earh. '? H m an aw^ilent ivmedy a*amat moth, a fhet whirh ladia* wift lo well to hear in ini'nl wHen Thiiy lay hy their motr*. maiiliilaa 'w?u?. *e H' ighr?n li*ro)4 " tian?<a lie t'K. hi*hly rec ?u ownted no lady'a toilet *>mniM he fithoat it World <if l'hi*lon? ,'i?teeiiie<l an I b-*ant article, hy ita intnnBie metit ?eU more into poWir MtiiBa'**!, it ia the nv*t uaertil and valuable nfeparatmn e*er tiHvraM "Cfarl Journal For *aJe hf JAMBH TARHANT, nf tf Cor. Warren A Oreanwir.h *ta. MAOAMK JA*IMK, FROM PARIS, CLEANS * REPAIRS LACK BLONDE TOLLS KMHB01DKE1K3 AND CAMBBICB, On an improved principle i thick five * an appearance equal Mmm. MO 176 WILLIAM STREET jt l-3m" vv i i h<6K?'? patent graphic pencil cases. THIS IB THB MOST OOMVKN'.BNT COMBINATION Of PEN ANB PENCIL, WHICH WAS fc VSR INVENTED. Thb BUBSCK1BKR H0PK3 IT WIU. MEBT THB SOBPOaT OP THB PUBLIC. IT IB MAUPACTUBKD BY HENRY WITHERS, ji/ IS7 Broadway, New York. SATIN BEAVKK BOXNbTIS. THIB SPLENDID ABTIOLB HAVING kUBN VNJVBSSALLY WOBN IN BOTiOPB, AND 8* MUCH ADMIHKV BY )hB LADIBB OP NEW TORK, AB TO HAVB CAUOBD AN UNPRECEDENTED BALH """ FOR TUB SAME, IS NOW OFFERED BY THB SUB SCRIBERS, AT WHOLEOALB AND RBTA1L, AT THB 8AT1N BEATER BONNET WAREHOUSE. 1(4 Broadway, New fork. i7-lm* W. A. ANDROSS ft CO. SIT, K ft) SILKS! i SILK Silt THB BKBSCHIBBR HAS CONSTANTLY ON .HAND. A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF BLACK AND BLUE BLACK SILKS OF BUPKRMB DUALITY. Alto? A SRKAT VARIETY OF PT.AIN AND P10CRBS POTLT-DBSOI, COM PRISING A SPLENDID AQSC..TMBNT OP THB RIOHBST AND P* 311 ION A BUR nil ADBSi POB SALE LSW AT s!4-r OblVICR ?. (KtLDS.VII rH'S.7< Catherine ?t PAUL CERMENATI, MERCHANT TAILOR, NO. 378 PBAKL ST. nat-tf New York. TAYLOR 4c DUNHAM, 53 W8LL STREET, STOCK AND EXCHANGE BROKERS. Loans, Notes and Bills of Exchange negotiated. <122-1 m ARMY RECRUITS WANTED, FOR NO \-COMMISSI* >NED OFFICERS AND PRIVATES, Apply at f?o. 403 Water at< eet, and 131 Fulton at eet. dlS-lm* TO JBWELLmit^ENOUAVERII AND The subscribers have juat recei* ed a splendid assortment of TURKEY OILSTONE. which they oiler at No. *10 Greenwich s rent, comer of Barclay. Ait a?n J W& G K JENKINS ROCKWELL'S PstOBt Vsmlt Lights, jS-tf 1*9 BROADWAY. PETER BURNET, CHEMIST AND APOTHECARY, Greenwich Dispensary, So. 36 Sixth Avenue, N. Y. N. B. Le< cbing and Cupping punctually attended to, at s minutes notice da, or uight. Prescriptions and tamily rvt-i|M s ru efully prepared. jT-lm CUSTOM HOUSE HOTEL. Corner nf Nassau and Pine ., City of New York. The Proprietor of thfc above establishment return* lu* aincere thanks to the public, for the very liberal manner is which 4 has been sustained since it has been under his direction, ami hopra that his future system of management will convince hi* friend* that he is determined to leave nothing undone on hi* part to merit z continu ance of their patronage. The Hotel is immediately adjoining the Custom House, and within a minute's walk of Wall "tree , Broadway, and n( her principal bu siness street* ; consequently is very convenient for those f ntlemen who reside in the upper part ofthe city. Breakfast can be obtained at the Refectory at all hour* from ? A. M. till noon, and dinner from noon till ? P. M. The Proprietor feela warranted in saying that ha ~ . ?mi, ? . a?i.? ??irtrany establishment Arrar.g. merits have been made, with agents in I he country, by which the Cua'em House Hotel will, iu future, be supplied with the earliest fruits, came, and other dclieici s ef the various seasons, and with an eminent importing house is the city, fur a constant aupply of the choicest wines and liquun. JAMES HORN, Jr. jrani LCy1 R. C. BROWN ft CO., having opened a Cnflce House 'the Niagara), at No 45 Warren street, and laid ui * ?t?ek ofthe cho oest Wioes, Liquors, ftc., hope by s'rict alttmloii to the WMhes ufthi ir customers, to merit a share ol pulilir patronage. sIT-tf Cry-M.-?.r. WRIGHT A ROWE hep* U-av lu inform their frienda and the nnVhc thai tbey ? ave di*|i?*etl of I heir *tock and Store, corner of Hr.adwavaud Canal *1. * d hava opened at 11? Vraariway, where they keep the muat splendid aaawrtutent or Hats and Fur Capa, hi tbe city. Mt-y WRIGHT * ROWE. fO- 8BE Advertisement?A BF.RNETHY'S Compound Li quonce CcHifh Mixture,3d pace,?the ai ??cial Arent.197 Bowery,ror. Grand at h<u lav-n obliged hi Mnaequenev ol the treat demand of thu Medicine. from tit" lower part tnd Meat aide ?t' the eit v, to ntr i?ant HOPPER, cor Broadway awl Franklin at., and (J.NDSR HILL.cor. Oeekman and William *t*. Acuta for this Mixture. ?4-11 trir EM QUION. at tl?' old o*tabliahetl Dnif fltnrr, 1*7 Row cry corner Grand street, haa tbe plcuniire In inti** tlie public. tb.il lhe tire which ?mrounded lu? prelum* jeat nliiv murmur, and threutened him with mi tint destruction, b ia not mterf roil with hi* Ixiamca* in the lea* ; nwlnit In the well directed effort* nfthe Fire Department In Maying He prngree* - totrhi/m. end/U frlende, tit. return hie tinctre thank*: mid be ia thoa enabled to nerve them an antUfarivnly a* he ha* before endeavored to do. with the very lieat nrtic ea in tin* DruK. Medicine it d Perfumery me wbie.li a diarninnuitm* public way be *afiafiiil of by fivwif him a call, where he Mill lie luippy at all tune* to serve them Aher netliy'a Couch Mixture, (?uian'a Worm Drop*, mid Ga on'* tTmver aal pl'ater atdl continue to reeeite the unqualified ain.roWiii' of IM enlightened | ubhc | See jiivertiaemeiil V ? Lu ! ill" It jry-n in i r* new yfarpartib?-j c. decker. wi* ea ?? Inform bw frlends and tlie fio'ilic, that he l>aa juat received a fresh aupiily of lirat rate OYHTEIW, ami re?dy ><? *e> ve them, Fried, Ht?will Hoa'ted, and Pi kltMl, on the moat liberal tcrma. tt tbe abort eat notice Plaaae apply at 138 Fulton atri et _d*l _ rr>-TRITE A GENCINE CIRCASSIAN I AIR oil, cele heated thiouchout tne wuriil aa the beat and aioat valuable pr> i? rati .n ev r known for im?ui|. benutif'yinjr. n> uriahini. curlma, and improving the huaian Ha.r, put au IH-a ly with a ateel pla e ?ewbipe, anil a treat semi the h'irnan hair, ft* sale wb>i| sale and urtail, at Harl'a, corner ol Broaptwiy ami Cbamtier sleet*, at lleaara Lawrence A Heea, and Hoell A Uuwen. m Maiden lane, and almost every l)ni; Htora throughout thu United State* d*T jn-KHAKItPRARE RKfECTOR Y,on the aite ofHARMONY HALL, ha* lieen o|?-?nd by the aubacHW and wHl tm conducted on an entire nuw plan, whi h he hoitea will aif aatialacUun to hi* friend* and the imblic generally, he will always keep the beer the market artonfa *ui h as Ririla, Ftah. Fleah. Ac. The Kar will lie formatted with the beat of Li au'aa llyatera aer\ed uo in the heal ilylf. Meal* aanUe had at all l?iur< at a moment'a notice. TkeauUcrilier formerly kept the Park Had at Boatim. and tinpea by a atria! altctitmn to the cemfitrt of hi* ?iwt?m<r*, to went a ahare ofputdic palruiiaxe. AJIiWS ALLIN, nl7 im* Mliakapeere Refectory. CARD-*. W RRYHAM reapeetfullnafwrnia hi* frienda and the public, that aince be bua *oldoat bi* .-tore in Grand at he haa completed hi ItriMtiMti and .literati aaat hw or 14mm ea tahb-bment. No. vta Howery, opro*|te to Kinnatna it . ? oo-a Hienrly lie ia better prepared to mevt tlie ilemann* of hi* pattw* on a atijl more rtttMiM scale, ami with a more venei*l aaa?ft uienl ol yure and genuine Coalectionary, wliulea.ile mi4 retail. ?1 W B. ri 'iirna thanka f?t tbe very rtaiienn* pitrnteire h ? haa heretofore r?|ieiieaccd Bowery "team<'ooleeti*,nary and Sali?>n *0 llowerv oproaitr to Rivin(t)ei tl. J(TJI'Bt) PAHl'E, juat imported from Franee?? <uiienorarti cleof J'lttfiePtate. tWaale awove, wdioleaaleand n<?ail. el* tt ?? ??'. R. WHOOD'M \RPF,!fTKHH'&MI ? ' \ M? ? TOOLSTORR.' m reft'hat imnnrl t'h >rnle r?t., j. J|. York.? T J W. Inta coiiatanUr fr aab* n eel lent a? ortinent ol the fidloveiti* -Ha wa ot eve y rip<rri|>t| n, atoet<* and lirfta. antrera and hitta. patent tell aawi, callipper* ami divid ra, lenlw ami (Irmer chiae *, and *on?e*, ?crrw plate*. *to> k* ami di?a h.-iinmena aX' a.adr. t. lipvela, fa p *, apirit b-v I* burmahera a|aike *linvea. eirciilnr aaw* tu'ninc Mtlnra. view, meiuurin* Ufiea d a mjr tn atrumenta. w .od oxe* lit c ittmc acrew? of a'l airea ni ea. nl *, dr.II row* en tine ni|i|H r* and pli ra, mitre *?j 1 rea, coiniaiaa *, *a?es. pad*, ia atone* tlraw nmve?, idaiie irona, oon and *teel ?iu rea, hollow aueera. dra iny acr?-w tool* She tar'a latent au 1 110 ?t III ?b r% rla M|Mi. cor>er rluc ot* ho>? I'lia-a M< T A liirjee a*aurtuicn ol Plane* manufuctured nv A A K fta'dwin, Aew York. ilN-bn' Tl) I1RAL RSTATB IIROK KliR. "nl>a file- 1 a? ?? adi'arrnnii'in nl* 11 neeute *1 *11 ord< rain h ? Man ,nir li ie in tb ? neite.t m inner, Hpe rim n may Ue ?< en at her office LITH??flUAPIIY- Aller.ier. n Lithofraphy, attended towilb care a dde* a'ch A *r at ar ti "f Erifrnvixir. on hind plain an eo or J. at re die el rice* to d 1 ler* hU<W.M. A REDMOND, jylty lt?Fu ton *t I \ Ml K, "? imYK'IALR, V F. t F K N A H V sli r. GKt>N, ar h e ni th ?? irnero Lib-rty a d W-oWnfftonatraa ? hi* -o-ed to 1 if "Btr e*. No *. nea to How ry, ,?h - a h h * a V. crinary loli ma- with II it* dju c'a, i ? i.dmf o fe f<e lio ae ?!?<?? 11*, w ieie he e rk it do e cm t em ,-t pi rived ?ciee ifi rirm ii be, y *0 er, at.ad: a * rddifi ( men tlo'*.- lame f m com- or other alB'C aeia of th f e' warr ? te- to* *mind.-ft rlein* hod * tb* 11 Hi< i< r e ahntM r , eived a 1 ream .m at tbe t au ia* Fair* ?I toe Ante ica'i m?ti ate J\MKH DRY jn^| R, Voter naryHnrreoa P ieeofShai r Far t rrnwt*<, tU eetlU? t ahoee, 9t 7* one arr barahone. II T%. |# Jm* TO THE TEACHERS OF THE FREKCH LANGiUAUE. - We would invite tlx' attention of the Teach ers U) Uia Frcnch tirammiirby Mr. J. P W'lEil/.BICICI, just pub lished by * ? Snudl'oi J, formerly J. 4c W Hui.lh.rd. It ia calulale<1 to supercede all kouks of thut nature that iiiny U' tounil in tb mai ket at present, and there is no doubt thai it will liecouie v? ry hi' on urcount ol'th - improvements that tlicro are, which facilitate alt wMtien with whirH an Kugliah [>u pi I meets : here we will ape eify some of tliein. Until nowadays, it kiu tlajught that an E?g liHOiuiin could not leurn the prniiuiic utior. of tin- French I.aio,nu*c without hearing one who pronounce* it corrrctly himaeu , lait Mr. Wiendueki's Gr.immar tenches us the falacy otthal opinion , lut the fuct is, taat until now tliere wa* no grammar tluit guve any sat irfactury rule* facilitating tlx* ditficulty ; his Kiuuiinur on the run traiy. gives afl rules that there aie in the language, (for he speak* ubwut eveiy letter giving its |m>pcr sound,) ao much so, that wcwul not hesitute to iwmounce thut every one jnuy acquire a (rood pro nauc.iation of the French without even a teacher, tbouirh true, thai that mcit? of the pronunciutiun which cannot be descrtlied in uo war hut acquired and appreciated otily by tlie ear, ia iellto be learn o.1 by tb?- orga.i of hearing. Upon tin* whole the pwia* rules that hv (the million give* will vi.&lil every one to be under*toon by eve ry Frenchman. He likewiac made a new classification of tlie arti cle which cannot be found elsewhere, that article tlie uae ol which puzzles ?vrry Englishman that attemi>ta t? sfienk French Irfke wiae lie t;ivua rule* in what order the French worda ought tube used "Tn ord.T io make an intc llirible sentence , (this cannot be foundI in any oilier grammar ;) finally the arrangement that pervades has (rammer in a new and eas^ one, calculating to facilitate the study of that beautiful language for the pupil, and leseen thelabor of the teaclier, and we are ao confident wf IU merits that we will say noth ing of it ourselves. but solivit a candid perusal of the teachers, for we are satisfied they will be pleated witb it. Indeed it bid* fair to supercede all others. It can be hud at wholesale or retail at the of fice of publication, 29 Ann at. N. Y. ?attf vr. sanpforp. Saponaceous compoi nb for shav I NO.-?The unqualified approbation this Soap ha* received from tlie numerous ivrsons who liaveuaed it. is an evidence of its sujs-nor valuvi uver all other -having soap.v in use. lor a<;ilick, ti m andemoilent lather, wh ch will not diy open th face or irritate the skin in the leist. It is pleasantly peii'iim. d, and i>ut in a neat c jv end pot,answering ad thepu pones of ashavingbox. Price SUcent per pet, for sale at HOPPER'S PHARMACY, _dM>-tf 344 Broadway, cor. Franklin st^ I kOCT ? J AC ICSON'8 PATENT VEOETA I' BLE MEDICATED VaPOR BATHS, IS* Biweiy, and 15 Ann st. These Bath* ar" an Improvement on tho eof Mi. Whit'aw, whose wonder: ul < urea hav established tha c liar act r oft he Vu|>or Buth, as tha m *t i ow nu' auxi iary in utolpraetiee , an i Or. Ja^-.k so 's own pra' ticu in almost < very variety ol di-ease, has bot-n eq iafly sucoeeslul. A I'uw of ttoes.'eeific (fee Is of the iiKHiicuted vapor bat s a e?To remov ? I h effects . mercury from the system may rul eveditficu ty of i.reathing, and hirce cure Attb a and other diseas so th best .'Mid lungs -tog ve sti- nglh to th ? sto imicli to he iliaestive org iu>, and cur d>* epaia and its c nse qee t disorde s?to cure acute a d chrMniciiitJiimalion?re promote the pea ing of s -ro ulous mid chronit ulrtrs, a, d it inov lieu ? a tic oui s and feelings from the join s?ro premotu me absorption or d opsieu iiunaora -tocure gout in ail its form- i.< leas i.me than an, uthei a ent id h.*rto us d. -AI-o, nil kinds ol eruptive dis eases, Er>sir>elas orS' Antiiony's Fire, Halt K eum, Scrofulous. Eruptions, Ac. It hemdim r lii Ves rx au-lio , i. nd lat gue. ra ses thrhp.rila, tranquiii/es uervous irritatioa, ani increases the ap petne. For til ? truth ofthese assertions, Dr. J. ar>|>eals wit'? confidence to tlie liundr,ds wh > nave tested their rura ne |?wrr. Th se baths are h li ved to be tkii only *n sinap m'io i in lh:s count y, un er ths dir<*:. .01 ofa r ^itl ir physic an. It is i<ro:<er to mention tlmttluiy b ar no resemblance whatever to those emp'oyed in the ThomimiMiia pra< tire. Vtsiorscanna e a ba'hata*'jr hour from8 i?'cloek A M. to half past I P. M., ami from ? to It in the evening. A fern lie alw ys in attenda ce to wait upon ladits at the U iwery. Baths dun <g tfc. diiy at No. IS Ann street. d'V7 tf Rheumatism i i-cneill-h antv-rheomatic MEDICINE, an infallible cure for Rheumatism. This medi cine has more Uodmoniala in its t'avoi from clergymen, physicians, and ethe's, than perhsus any other preparation now beltire the put>Uc. It is e^uaNy etn acioos in (Tronic, a? well as Inflarpm.t tory ' ase*. and being solely a rrfrlable incparution, ao reetrn tion in retinieu or diet, need Ue uis^rved Hurinr its use. A (real many oerti.catea are in the bands of the agcuts, wh.cb will be ahown with pleasure to persons wishiugto see them. The high stnadin?, and disinteiestetlnessol (hose who liave given them, and ihe for cible manner in which they an> written, must csmvmcethe moat sceptical of the extraoidinar. virtues ol t>M prepu'ation. For sale, at John Dnyle s hook Store,4*4 Pearl St., DooliUie and Vermilge, 'Jit Greenwich st,, Hen^eraon Ure<-ne, corner of Breads way ana Howard St., and H. A H. Ray nor, 7< Ikiwwrjr. ?IHsi' VEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE AND ]* TRUST COV1PANV.?Persons may elTeet inauraneae with tha Company on tiieirown Iter*, or the Uvea of other*, and either far the whole dura ion of life, m for a tainted peiiod. The pay ments of premium may bu either made annually, oi in a gtoasewm Premiums on oeo hno^Mddollars for one year. Age. 1 rear. Age. 1 year. Age. I year. Age I year 14 0 78 ? 1 #7 M 14* M IN 15 0 77 *7 1 U 39 1 #7 It I IT II ? M ? I Jf k? I ft H IN 11 8M ? i"si a is m ; it ??? at im M IN st a m w W I as 44 IM M ?4f 31 an M 1 M 45 1 tt S? 9 7* n ? t4 M 135 44 IM M I 14 -JU on st IM 47 IM M 3 47 M ?M M 1 St M 1 >4 M 4M M I ?? 37 | 43 4g | Ki Meney will he reeelve.1 in <lepoeit by the Company, and held in trust, upon winch intereet will he allowed aa follows: Upvii any sum uvei tleo, irredeemable for I year. H per et . ,0*. " for S months, 4 perot. 1 _ ' for 2inoo4hs, S per sL TP itfrBPa Wm. Baril, Havtuel rhompMMi, H. C. DeRham, ThwmaaW kadlow.l.eac Br ? a won. Jonathan (??HMlhna, Wm R I^iwrenee, Peter Rem?en, Jame Mr Bride, Jacob l.orillard, Stephen Warren. Jotm Ra'Masne, jr. Johu Duvr. Jain.? Kent, P. (J. Stuyveaant, Petor Harmony, Nalhansel Pnme, Thoma- J Oakley, H. Ven Hensaellaer, N l)eve raui, Stephee Wlatney, John G Costar, IWiij Knewer, John J. Astor, Thoa. .Sutlsni, Oulian C. Verplane, Benj L. 8wan, Jno Mamm, Coruelnss W. Lawn-nee r. . . o WM BARD. PreanteMt. E. A. NICOLL, Seereiary. Mr. D. ATKINV Phvsician to the Comonny. nM If TO HOUHK AND CHURCH Rl'Il.DKRM. Tht-nuhacnhrr m -ow rf. pHmt la execute any oril.ru for any kind of metalie Furniture ua*d in iioiaea or Cl'iirchu*. aueh hm Ikwr Flatea. Knockem. F jur.? or Numtaia, Lo?b?. Knot*. K? cute henna, Heli Tiiekera, Ventilator*. Ar tr*r., nil of German N Ififi WMth wrtmnly m l>y fur prufi mlila to flnted uutal, n? k liear*aru Mil* ariJ pu'iahw* to flw con?>ui?i>iMin ol'tlie iix-tiiI it nr-lt" ?ir?i? thepr nttlli|j lar'alMI ita flnialied ntnteie x? t Im> low tin' i> icnot i>lxleil ware, 0?>? i* nodouht hut what profirieUira ami UuiklcMof h'aiae* WW al*o |fv6?r H. All the Ipailden anW Fro prirtMIO IIoiim'h. iir<- invit. d to examine the ai<ecntiena of'the multfariotM oaea nwilartirl^miiuriiitiK fir. ?l by r,t? y Dr. LB FEIJTCHWANGER. JT7 Broadway LA!?I> OKFK K. JOIIS r. BOOARDim, Attorney aadCoweelk* at Law, Clinton Hall. No. > Ileek ? mn itrwt< th< Hrirk < :hurch ????*,) city of New Yo>k. .Mi? ?-iun. Arkanaaa. Military Hourly, General Land oIHro, m d W?i nil Agency. . Pat .nt* wMained. md titloa perfected for aoldiara or rH*>ir heira oithcr. t?t. K? lutmoari va. l-ute War- M Canadian Volun leer*-4th F.n?liah Refugrea from the I' Htatea t ? Canada ard N.iviirtrotia Sth. Deaer er? from the British irmj. or the heira in all theal?>?<t ?<a> ? tin. Tltlea to laodi I. rt'erwU larnon -payment oftax, r?-clai'?ed 7th Hei * under nt-rntttl-d to land* noid for knxea ?th Thriec ? It* parted with thair di<charc*a, warrant*, nr title*, belure lir |.*Unl? ?MMMB HW M ?tb I.nnd* in the ar veral State'arxl Temtoriea in t-.? U Hiate*. i nnadi No?a Sco'ia anil I" ?a?, tnxirht and mm,ar ?uliannd, taxe* p?ul im! title* inr> afif it*n, obtained and perfected on an,' ica'Kin to (hit office. Po*t Maatcratliroiiflwait U>? United 8tal"? and other rmtlentea forwardinr any of t lie ahnv* claun*. anH tclin? aa Merita in then aeveral aer'tmn of country, wdl he rn'itbd to *> per cent, on all a mmiaalima Co?nnmmcati n? po*t i"ikI tC>-V lualtle l".irani'f land for dale in the State ??f llliaoia, 3M quarter *eelion* of las nrren ear; i, in |?r el* fr m a# to TO) arrea aiiuatednear Ujwna,and (rthorwiae. Atao. m Mwaouri and Arknn aaa. d?tf NKW BOOKS FOR CHHISI MAH * NBW YFAMHP KWKNTH Hie mi ?. ntier Iw.rereifd t|.em,?i rladee ami heaatifat r Hart ion of AnmiaU and JuTmnle Miaeel lanerrn* >?ork?. whirh h<- lia? ?!Yer had the fleinur* of nHenef tn ki? n'imern a friendaanil iwtmna. airm r wWchare IheddMiwan The IVkiIi id" Oema Tha VtoWt (i?-wa..f Beauty FeaH )'lower?ot Lo.eli- eaa, '"vji 7 ('hriatn<aaBox D Hi>-m Hcrrap Uoik I'mou Annual Parlor Herap Book Jtvmili I'unirt M? N? Keetaake Ncn.pBo k R.?ifc of HeairtT T.illey of thr Taller Hex'h'* F etu'eaqoe Annual Fairy lt<? k The F.ny i?h Annual Hien.slypliiral f!i! tl'iental Annwal Rotxrt Ita lda'?.""'<"'h Boo It.'afnolia 1 lie New Ye i a Taken Token Fa oet (Jifk Fiirf^t Me N? t Fa'eafa' a' inat (*t? iftti/inKeepanVe Farm RAH Ktriifioiia ?<< (TeMt I w ? Oinrarda Frie' il?hi(. ? I iflenny Holiday Hit' I ln? ofihf Wn*ei!y Not eta lAatnlmw fH> ria, Ho'y 1^ H>n>n Oallery, Ac A?nMin 'r.4r C BHHFAND. B.<ik?eller, dM l*t Bmadway. THB NORTH AMKKICAN KIliK n I - ANt*fi OOMFANY, r'ontkiaebiinanreacn u t l'>aa or oumn|ri- by ft * <m Rinldmt* 'mh <1*, Shu a in Fori "id ????ii Mmw, mt even iieaeript.ou ot !?" i?hi il f ofxirty, . t their O'tieo. No Ik Wall atiM t. MftSOlOM. BoWrt Aio'ie, Th mm B>.|t??n. DiiiM ('ante, Henry II K4iott, Itntid JaekMiH TMM* H ?rJ?.int, Ci?|landl Fainter, F. 'itir J.nkm?. John Ijori'TwrDr 'haai, I! V F (I ?i*iK>k, TlMttnaa Til aton, Menty H l.weila, I, maIWn.e. Ctarv I) Mtmnf, Henry W>ek If, I h rliwl) Handy. Mm ? ? a< r TixitalAi Stei'lun "t-imi, Wdliwin P lalh'lt, F.d . aMPr *?. ? ROMRT AINMJe, FrraMHL B F srLVr.NR. aneretary .)l tm CTATIOlfKH'M \V AHRIIOIIK. i? W, loam at. 1 rhf* "??r ilw?f h*)v?t Mm ihwI fmm I-O' mw, wH?rt Nil K#i? uere ded in tnakinr the "at a4vanta*eo<ie*rrin(<>mente wit*>hia Brother for a ret l>r anp* l> or all , ill li a tn Ma Tme. N now mr artil tnoOer to the r?d . i\-mi* rmraa ortwot of'??atdean-l Fan ry Statin ary, o th. beat iiaalit . and on hrwnr t# m. than any hii'i*e in thi- "|ty. Hen ne Brwae'a and man'* W tat Co"o??. Drawtna Fap >a. Tmw Fa ? ? LeMr* Patw? and ever. d ? anpti n of Bn*Mah pa. A-a Sealer **'ax. Steel Pen*. 4e H alao ontm'W* I a ii aeta e the Pa'eo' leory Smthe" P'tf n* Cru4 .enamelled Vi*i'inj|. and gald l>?rdnr ('a 'I*. er.fc.'.'d pi? r?. ever fwant tvada.dtr. L J. t'ORBI. TU M1W TORI HIliLD, A DAILY AND VIIKIT X 1 W ? F A V M B. DISTRIBUTION ANB SUBSCRIPTION-The DAILY H*? als i< sorted loHub-cnbers in the c?ty, regularly iwj "*lb (except Sunsay.) at the rat* of two tenia per copy, payable weekly in advance to Uie Ncwuimu. Country Subscribers, in any part of the United States or in Cut da, can receive the Daily Hkkald, by hi il, at the rate of tua ct-ntt |ier copy. oh reuuttiag ca*h in advance- for such period at time as they please. The Weekly Herald, aontaining all the matter of the daily, im ?ant In mull, at ihksk ooi.LAUs |*r annum, in advance. I.. thfa ?ity it ta suid at the office at six cents per copy. Letter* to the Editer to he )<ost paid. <M> ! OLD KSiTABLISHBO PACKKT OFFICE, AT 334 PEARL STREET. HE I'roitrieto * hava conr uded their additional arrnn;em?iilv lor tlie il??i at- hofextraSi ring Ships, to eave Liverpool la the moatiu of Fe ruar?, March, and A|ml Peisons desirous or a. ndi'u ortli ir 'n. nda, khnuld make early apph. ation; in doing so. they will proven' di tent ion, delay and d?appointinei t All will bo ? ii titled t<> a IVte pas.JKe in tliesteamers ruining from the different uorU im Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Diufts as usual oh !"0 . 'ij?1 ,ri' "d, paynhl- in ? very Province, Coutity and Ia land T?wu. Apply wradilrens. 334 Pearl st. DOUliLAS, ROBINSON * CO. N. T. . ROBINSON fa KUOTHEHS, Ba-dters. Liverpool. fi" ROBINSUN fa CO. Dniihn EMIGRANT PASMAOE OFFICES ForSterrave Htutengrrtfrmii llntsiund, scothmi.mnd U'nlm. THE tSulncrihera huve m ile arrunii-oienta for gelt luff iqMa. ol" Steerage hu$*entrer? from (jn-al Brvtam and Ireland, with proiuptnam, oceuoaty, utvtlcom Ion. Persons wi*b inc to send for their friends, by upplytai at No. loa PINE-8T.W ur 167 SOUTH-ST.. can lecure thiir pa-sages on the most mo derate leiin> in vi aaela of the fir.t clumt. No cxpvi?e will to ipaied in the different ship* by which the patariisera will b? re ceived, to insure to thein every comfort during the taasace. ha all cases wlicr" the be mom decline comi.-r.tbe m*r?? win lie re turned. Every facilily will lie given m oliiammg iiirormutmn?C person*, i>r?t|>erty, fac . in Engiand, Ireland and 9eollar,d. Vea? sols will leave Liverpool weekly, so that there w ill l<e no deten tion. For the accommodation t?t tlioer person* engaging passes* for their fiienda. whoiMay wifli to m'nd them ftionejr to exabUi them to provide for the voyage, Drafts will be givea en tbe lbj? low ing gentlemen, via; William Mkloy.SS Eden (luay, Dublin. John Hiram t?haw, OhichntcrQiiuy. Kelfant. Matthew M"Ci-nn, Ftcani Packet otfice, Wexford. John McAulifl".Merchant Uuay.Cork. Jeter Kee'.an, West at reel, Mrugheda. John Best, Suirar Island,New ry. M. Dontrheity.Coforaine Jaini'K (bairns, Com Market, f.or.ilondory. Jame.4 (.iiluuii, S.r> lladciitlc street, Hlijro. JaniHH Kinnerun, Lacarruw neur Athloae. John M nitifb, lia linacarfy. J>seph Konan, Mollio?ar. John Atkinson, Carlisle. Daniel Wricti* A C*., 3 Rehinann street, Olasfow. Aaents who w iN alao (five every UHSihtance in forwarding pats? gera to Liverpool. Applii-ntions for paaaar ? from iiersoaa residing in the country, (post paid) will meet withevtry atti btion For particulars, apukr to RAWSON fa M'MURRAY, 100 PihesL ol ?m? or 167 Houthst. J|^ J A BIER W . W r, II It hnvrnr taken the Mi ie fur mer.yooci.pied by WKIGHTfa KOWE, Broadway ? ornar ol Canal sr., It gs leave to inform lis fr end and tf e pvbKa I'eH' nil v, 11 wit he Iuin opened witn a sp'eadid acswtmeaC of Far, bilk, untl Bearer Hats ; Otter and Seal Caps, and every oth er si licit1 in hi* line. The Silk Hats are r- ade on the finest fur bodies, which re them lirht, elastic, and durable, and warranted to retain their i and color unt l worn >ut The public are invited to give him a rail before parehaaing elsg N. B ?Theol?lstock will he sold clwap farcash. nil 3m JAMES W. WEBB.4M Broadway, cor. Canal at. 4 ORE PRICr AND ONE ftVALlTY. BROWN fa CO. Cliatliani Squire, rnntnuie mnmifae turing iheir celel-ratrd Hats, p ire THKEE DOLLARS, as rs ab'ished <n IH34. In prirrnt ng tirae t ate to tin pub ir, the prapiietora hink ibey have nearly leached the ultima tum of beauty, dnrabili'y. cheaimess a< d comfort to the wearer. AU sains for ?aah ; no good customer there fore pays the lossee ?C the bad 178 Chatliam tMjuarc, corner of Mott street. _ iiilyvi-y TKKVALLt NTODDAhT At <'0.,N?.l?. ?JW Cortl ? mlt street- Beg u> iidnrm the tiadv, that they have removed fro?i No. ?Cortlamk at.,to the above large am ^ elegant New Store, where lhe.y have on ha ad, aad im aonstantl/ reoeiving. fresh supplies of Hatter's Plush and Tna mings?also, fancy cnlon-d Plushes foi Ladies thev will sell en scconim<Kletiiig terms. Hats. Caps, Stocks, aad Stock Frames, at wholaMle. eia-vf-y RU8HTON dk. AMPINWALL* No. M W.11 lanistreet, ofler ler sale the lb lowing aiticlus -White Uinaer Root, Ja maica oat -^ Burgundy Pitch, Enflish. tuperior for plasters. fa? ? Vanilla Been', prime?White Wax. in boxes of 30 a S? lb. each? (ierman Cokien. Fauna, warranted -Tooth Bruslee, Freach aa4 English, mini.' to order, u arge anaortnM-nt S< idlilx and Setia Powders, eaivfelly put up, ? f supcri r quality?Medicina Cheats, fa grea> variety ofpn tern*, vthich wdl I* filled to order at shaft ik? tice, fi>r ship* and familiee Swsims Panacea and Y?rn,ifags.?t manufacturers priecs?Tartaric Actd-r-Stipur Carbonate Bods, fa a. dee II pONCKNTUATBD COMPOVIID ITMP Of MA KMAPARILLA ?Twroa rtial of* oftafthif at ???aft u w u?e wr aiiverf i*e?t lartiiriim. I ft. SUllman'* fyrap of Www parilla m iwrpared from the Hunganan .Saraaiwrilla root, by tha newly invented praca**. t?jr * Inch mean* alltna B>cJ>cio?l prnper tiea of the root arv extract ?t, at thr aariie time aiade very ??liU We, ?<> lliat the infant can take it without pruduainc rtwt ?aaatiny and diaafrrctUe efli-ct which muaUyruti* are apt toca*aa. Sar ?apunlla1 a* lieen need irom the moat remote pennda witfcaach iui Imundr-d auccea* in the removal of uld aura*, ptmpiM.btfea, *yphi Utic aJVciioaa. cold*. influeexia, ami all diaeaae* ariaiiiv front a contaminated itate of the blood. Ac , yet it baa Merer been aaaa with more ant* actn.n Ih.i t to Hi. it*' fiii. ii'-r and palient tl>*ir*t hnaaflate. And why? Because it haa nevei been prepared pro perly be litre. 'I liia 1 reparation n now tie only preparation at .>ar?*M>Hri!ia rvni* rully UM"d It may be hail hi A Undeihill. ? Beckman. comer of WrtUam at, H. Henry. 2W FiiHonnear t?reenwich at. I?r Burtria, <iran<) at Mar Centre market. Dr. H. Hart, c?rner Ur-adway a d Chamber* at. Or Hyme, Bowery, corner Walker at, l)r fSuioii. Bowery, minor Grand a<. Apothecary'* Hall Boeton. 138 Waahmfftea afreet Hea another caiman ol thi. paper I'rice ii per latltle dtf?-lin AfcARD TO TUB LADIKH. Tha auWcnber'aopa toll of Hie tcmale mtnd and 1liHr.11 term too Ui T.iHeil lo ?up poae for a moment that the ladiea ol thu city and >>iaewhe>e. to whom thi* card 1* poitrly aildrvaaed, can lie cautied ur flatten H 10 rtrontfte htm.bui win Ik* toaildr>-a* kimncli In tlieir good aeriae un Thry aie respectfully uilorimd, that " B*deau'* ceh-braietl -"Irenfllunm* Flaater*," were prepared vulh aperial reC renee to tlieir favor, and they are moat carne-th recommended ta aneh *a a, ? 1 mol'led withcouthii.coltla. aathiiiaa. Ac. He ta confident that if il ware imaaihle la obtain tlie nam * of Ibe ladle* who havr le ceived benefit by wearing the beautiful flatter* lie could preaeat an anay. ? Inch, for modem worth, intellijrencc and 'evpeetabilily. would lar outweigh bra htiheat recnnHiieiuialunn*. They ateaprr aa on the moat Ircuutifnl. aoll aiul 1 Italde urarli 1. pink ami fawn color ed lamb akin i will mil *o?l the while*! linen and may lie worn lip tha moat delicate I' mil* mail iituiition*. with eatundoofalprt fat one moil lb. Tliey are aoldat the Bowery Medicine Btore. wo Bowery, by tha lull a' moat oblige J oiirl bumble aervarit. .Il* W. W. BADEAW. F| BANK UN COFFEE ROOMH. No. Ml Nataau aticet, nearly I oppnaite rhnluu Hall. The aubaeriher beg* nw tn 1x1 torn* the laiblir that he lut*- pened a relector> at the above place, where he will, at all lime*. keen the beat ofealaldva thai the market* if furil. and at ancb cuaooalile rat.? aa he tlanka mnat kianre tn tana ?uccaaa All a. rtaof rvfreakmenta. oyatera, Ar frt>ai ? A M un til 10 o'clock, r M. JOHN AI J.F.N dIT 1111 __ M. II. MAXW KLL, Counttdlor at Law and (or* t niavion/r. No J, >'aaaau at .near Wall atrael, ia My aa llmriaeil by law. lo take Ilia ackmiM le. lay oven I and certify II w eve rntion of any deed, rnort?afe |ai?ec of Attorn-y ot iiulnanient under aeal. to he uaed or rrcorrWd in the atalea of New Jw?ef, I'onimc'icut. l?eoriia. New llamiialHre, Maaaaehuaatta, Flanda, Kenaaylvama, North and rtiailh Carolina. *c. Ala*, to lake a->tf aertify ?l?n??ai'i"r?a. In be uaed in aakl Htafea. and ta taka Ta?t? mony.lobe ra id in the courla af Connecticut, New Hampahireaadl Maaaaclnaaatla. r* taw *n w IIOI HE ?t liAvD A(? K \ "I H. THEauhaeriVerahaetncaalahlialieda Hrancb of Heir (>fllca, a* Hroaklyn, No. I Front atrret. levpeelfullylaforta tlMirfhetda and the autille ia general, thai th?f are prejnired In raMirt m tier? -1 -n. ? . I'? II... haale.iM'e cnlleetMn?f?ur. m, lotlmg am! renting of hotiaaa, atorea, farn.a. Ac. A' y uiAaw W at mther af tbe.r olflea* willhr nri.rrplly atu nded In. M.WHON A rLi:MI>(J,91 Naaaaa at. N Y. and No I From ?t Rrowklta.neatdooitn tha L.I.|Bakk. *> y . . Oi l) KNTAKMNHKD MKDICATEI) TA l't*H BA I1M. H John atreel J P. CAKBOI.L irfaa grateful ar-knowbili-ementa ta the publie. ami ta t? ii?awai af I ha minheal imdi-cion. fur tha Hlieral patniriar" la-atawed an baa aaiah I ?hm> nt. a Inch lia? >mw h evj in auM<e?fulofrm^i<at upivarda of ilnen yean A? the limila of a Hwarwper mhi-rliaetneril laechxleo iliapoa'dality of giving ari any I die* | rbmil id' the medicinal vir taeaof bw X'ap-T Balh. la' la .ta laava merely a> at vie that it haa tieen Sjnml a aalh. 'h-aigh [<"ivrrnilr?-me?lv i ? all 1 be fbUvwfnc tha* eaaea ? -Hcadaia, l'??aar<ai? di IHw^imatiarvi. Oont Inr*~ taenf canceiiai 1 turaora, f?ai-aaea of lb lauia.U Lairh < am|dain<a> Aff'-r taai* ol 'he l.ivei, A.lltnn ."orVb-n> oVl? and IMably, Ha haa in hi* |*w re?l written renamawmla twma. ret irdlngthe aifety anil > flitory of ? ia V*[w Balh. f am t? ? iwi'l enunenl phyaieiana. *ome of wMrh he ?lalMiuia 1 < the 1 rut 100 af the public I Itave on ? vaeal oeeaai-ata viatied lha Vapor Bath aliahmrnt m J hn <lre?l. < ond'ict< il by Mr. A Mr*. Carvail, and lave -ntirelr ?aliahed my elftlaUtbe llatbaare ar*tiimvlere<l llw-re with *kil ? imI allei lion Lt.X H HTKVF.Nft. M D. lean cheerfully >t*te'hal I hue Uanid Ihe Bull-a in John atrret' wellalten'U-d to and every araitkal ofllie |aiti 11? rimaultad. v ALi..v ri.vN mutt, m d. I have hern for m my year*in Ihe hnlw! ol *< ruling iwlienta to Mr? A Hra. <;a>roll * Vaiwr '.?lh? in John at and ha* *?ak. n them fre? Tiietiilv my ?< ll.uiNin alloccMtaia I had ma-on lo Iw ?attafbal wit** tbeaMfl nn.l utt- n'inn e iia which ibi y aere adminiafared, -ml Iba lieve llial 111hKtetf'ar.t Mr A Mra I'amill leav* nnlhi ? to he'-la ? in-d br male or feoiab-lail'rer* WM.J MACNEVF.N.M P The Ba'hn a ein canalnnf o adineaa Iro ?< t o'etnek tn tha mnrt.nc MlloVM at n?M Pnr1al.l<- lialha, wiih eomjv tetit pervna " *.imi< iatef tlN-m, a^n to an> part i>i the ci'y >a BmiAlyn at fl*a ram* c* notice. No conne*mn with any oilier eaialiltehrnea' dl7 Tw* 'rAKHf AHHOV YOUR f'OI'OK INTIMHI 1 No ' ottered to Il<e world, ever poaaeaar^ Iht in imitable Tirtoe. evt awrdinarv twr a*, and ihe univer?ol prai?w tnd adr- i nt on of l?r MA ?a?N'M VRtHrTABLB KtTB ACT OP I.IVKItWORT The cnuntlea* indivntualv labra ng ? ndar all'ha aymp ?rw el that d rein I malady C,*?? mpf'on "eh a. violent nwi k . ?pI'Hiro1 oaruplio and blocal iaiin* in the ftaa-t ah rt hreaih n:, lo** of fleah *rfl 'ipp-1 it 'hat hi* iniahlabt" e?<r*at pTi.a/e I i'y a |wroMa' iIwwih al !?<?? ?*?> bare arived I'm n an "*? '?pel* ijmve, ? n a xi ea of menial evallaiian only n W appvo< ta red h tho*e who a ' ae<ry "f in nd an* ten ? atiHy have poxlurnd aome'Wnf of rt. al banadt tot1"- homan famdy A gen ? in New York wholtaale and retail, Wt A BAB Band* cor Pulton and Wdham; a"'' 'dad, by Iwlnor A 'lamlil*, nor Day ami Broadway; J Breo*. ear Canal and l?w?dway . I Byrne, ?| Bowery, coa Walkvr a??rat, and J B None*. Broadway i John CohrMIe, Jan oat. Bynorrte and Breadwayi T. R. Amdin. 41 Carmine *t , and C. J. Ovbom. nor llnaarnn ana niai. Pmw ?? cawta.