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yolvmb u? ??.??. NEW YORK, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 21,1837. whol. ?o. ???? rauWMD Mlrt ?? JAMII IIOIDOI ?????**, to iht Clinton Sitkmtn itreeti. TERMS or ABVMl ritMO. ?The esteaal ve ctnulMm of the Herald, both in town *ad eeuatry, make ita superior ?fcaonei far advertisers. rw TW1LVB LINM, OB im. Ida*, t? m | 4 4a*s. ttttlTdajr*, #i s7 I ledayi, #3 iff 8 . . . * 75 ? - ? 1MB-- IN II ? ? ? 9T a iwli ? ? I ?I ? ? . a is I i* - - iki FOB KIOUT LIMSn, OR LSI*. weeca. ? ? ? ? * ?? #0 I 3 month*, ..... fts 06 1 3 00 | ? mouths, 16*0 03-Ail a (Ivor to be paid fur before their iaaartion. AdvtirtiMxurnt* inserted la the Wbeklt UBHALD.attl M per aguare every tnaertmi. Columbia co., Feb. 6, 1837. Mb. J. G. Bennett?Dear Sir,?I daily read with infinite delight, the descriptions of thrilling scenes of social pleasure, as pourtrayed by yourswf, and the brilfflint correspondents of your spicy sheet?a publi cation, by the way, which outshines the evanescent brilliancy, and is destined to outlive the remembrance of us most lustrous contemporaries. But while the "Herald" thus pictures scene's from real life, in leading towns and cities, I see no pen cm ployed to describe the gems of beauty which sparkle in our circle, or set forth, in proper colors, the highly refined state of our society. Is old Columbia's vener ated soil so barren, or are her sons so deadened to na tive pride, as not to see that their glory is departing from them?that their native lustre is being dimmed by sparkling accounts of balls, soirees, and parties, and the witching smile of lorely waman in surround ing places?while the diamonds which glisten in our social circle are suffered to diffuse their brilliancy only in the limited sphere of their presence ? Patriotism and gallantry forbid! To those young aspirants for the honor of being called 44 the glass of fashion, and the mould of form, who were born and bred in vour city, it will appear paradoxical for me to relate tke refinement of society, and the unaided and unadorned charms of the ladies of oar village. But still, there mantles in our ladies'' cheeks as rich a glow of modesty divine? there sparkles in their lustrous eyes a ray as gUwing, and a^ bright?and o'er their finely-rounded forms there floats as much of dignity and grace, as are the natural allotments of your city belles. Oh, feminine loveli ness ! how adorable art thou ! Beauty, yielding and extatic?how dost thy glowing presence infuse into iny breast the joys of an earthly Paradise! But I am led away by iny feelings, and will only add that should you, my dear Bennett, publish the above, I will, with pleasure, continue the subject, and hold up, through your brilliant columns, some of those bewitching beauties who otherwise were 41 ? ?- b<rn toMuah unseen, And waste their swei'incs* on the dissert air." OlIUTU. Ma. Rorron.?In looking over a file of your paper, which I have preserved for thp last 8 or 10 months, I have reperused with mach pleasure the disoourse you had just across our harbour, with some of our most celebrated race horses: the last of which you spoke to is Post Boy, a horse which I feel a considerable in terest in ; and my objwet in addressing these few lines to you, is, to ask the favor of the history of the pedi gree of that horse, and by what person he was reared, from you. or perhaps if you are unable, some kind reader will give the information which I require, and which will be very valuable to me. Geobge. Frederick, Feb. 3d. 1837. ?Our gallant visitors linve jast been complimented with another splendid Soiree. It was given by Col. and Mrs. J. MeP., at their elegant residence, and the joyo*sness of all present, testified to. the taste and hos pitality of the host and hostess. At about half past eight, Major General Gaines and his aids were receiv ed by <he appropriate air of " Hati to the Chief?and mi the course of an hour the auite of rooms was occu pied by the dancers. Where so many were distin guished by their beauty and accomplishments, it would bemvidious to discriminate, bull cannot refrain from a rapid notice of those who very conspicuously figured on the occasion. Major Gen. Macomb, in the full costume of Com mander in ehief of our gallant army. Gen. Gaines, in the attire of a Major General. Generals Brady and Atkinson, as Brigadier Generals. Captains Hitchcock and McCall, in the new uniforms of Captains. Captains Cooper (the Judge Advocate), and Brad ley, in citizen's dress; CoL 8., MajorS-, and Lieut. Lynch, in citizen's dress. Lieut. Mitchell, in the uniform of his grade. Mr. W. P., as Hamlet contemplating the skull of Yorick. Dr. O. B., as Midshipman Easy. Mr. S., as Jerry, in " Tom and Jerry." ! Mr. B., a9 Count Surviliiers. Mr. T.j as a Yorkshire gentleman. Mr. W. T., as John Jones, in "Guy Goodluck." Mrs. A., a splendid exhibition of tasteful costume. She elicited much admiration by her personal beauty and gratefulness of manners. Mrs. L.( the proverbially beautiful matron and in telligent fnend. The eyes of the whole company were directed to her graceful waltz and vivacious deport ment. Mrs. McP^ our charming hostess, one of the love liest women of ths day. ?t>e added, if possible, to her circle of admirers by hier affability and solicitude to ren der the occasion delightful to her gucstr. Miss B., of the South? " Wiih her, the prnre-" and the nir??>. A ad all that imcU call djviue. Cun rrwfk?nf<- no rornpari-oni Rut Vmm, finite anil the n?t, With moia than mortal lieuatv blent, w? l.lufriii a ??*ol' laracess." MiN B., of Frederick? "When nature formed the njrnphw iwnI, TI10 inatrlilfM maiden morr comploU;, Than av -r pre Iwhrld - Danit- Nntorr, like a vi*en hold. Impelled by Miry, brake the mould, To henelfexcelled." Mrs. M., of the West? " OI I would turn, with all my heart, A Mnnaulniaii. like Bonaparte, If Jtta-'wi-mat hadon* ?u h. Would irnle hi? wall* ol'Paradi?e, Or break tl-<ytate* d >wa in a tries? But Ma -ho T? i hai aoiieat^." It was thought, by those wK* are considered con noisseurs in the business of twauty, fascination, &-c., that the married ladies, on this occasion, bore away the palm from the sisters of celibacy. For my single self, I must say, that my powers of perception were so obtuaod by the general blaze of perfection, physi cal and intellectual, that I am wholly incompent to give an impartial opinion in the case. " When eharma mf mind To i-lefanr- of outward f.mii are joined? Whe? youth mike* ?urh hrifhtohjecia Mill anoce Wifht. Ai-d fortune (el* ihem in the ?tr.>n*ea? lifht, *Tfci all be mm of lUaven we may view, And all hut adoration t* your dua." | Haltimore Patriot. NoTwcst iw PamcM.?A droll adventure occur red to the Kmperor Alexander on the eve of one of ihe martial reviews. The Kmperor was foad of walking about alone and unattended, and he often extended his pedestrian wxcuraions to the distance of two or three leagues from St. Petersburg. On the occasion here allmlcd to. he had taken a very long walk, and finding himself much fatiguod, he got into one of the public sledge*. 11 Drive to the imperial palace at St. Petersburg, ' said he to the iswotacnilk 'sledge driver.) " I will laac you as near to it as I can," replied the nmn, "b?t the guards will not allow ur io approach the gates." On arriving within a little distarce of the palace, the sludge stopped. "We must not y(? any further," said the sledge driver. The emperor joaiptfi from the aledge, saying, " wait there, and I will tot*] (iime one to pay you. "So, no," replied the mat, " that will not (la. Vour comrades often make me the same promise, but they always forget to keep it. | I will give no tnorc credit. Il you hsve not the mo ney, leave something with me until you g?'t it." The emperor smiled, and unfastening the clasp of his cloak, he threw it into the sledge. "? Here," said h?>, " taki* this." On ascending to his apartments, he directed his valet-do-rhnmbre to take fifty roubles to the iswotechilk who bad driven him, and bring back his cl?ak. When the valet reached the spot where the emperor had left the sladge, he found about twenty drawn up tn a line. " Which of you drove the empe ror?" inquired the vallet. N<? one answered. "Who has got a cloak f said the vallet, pursuing his inquiry. * An officer left a cloak with me, exclaimed a sledge driver. " Oiye u tQ mo, and her* m your fair.''? ?Great St. NicholasI" exclaimed ihe aatoniahed dri ver, and reiving Ins reigns, he drove rapidly away, amidst the shouts of the assembled tswot?( bilks.? This happened on lheev? of one of the <rr?t*| reviews. ?? After the troops hsd defiled, all the ? if corps formed a rrotin round the Kmperor. " (Jen'le mon," said Alexander, ' I am moeh pleased with the fine appearance and excellent discipline of your troops. But tell your officers from ine, that they last last night made me submit to the humiliation of leaving my cloak in pledge for my houesty." Every one stared with aatonislunent. " I assure you," resumed the Emperor, " the sledge-driver who brought me home refused to trust me, because he said, my comrades of ten forget to pay him."? Vineen Recollection* of St. Petersburg. Western Wonders.?A friend showed us a more than common curiosity?being no less than a sketch of an ancient city, the remains of which have been discovered within a year past, in the fertile and flour ishing territory of Ouisconnin?on the West branch of Rock or Crawfish river. The brick walls of this metropolis, thus accidentally rescued from the mists and mould of the past are between four and five feet high. At their base, they are ntsarly twelve feet in tiucknes9. At regular intervals of five rods, massive buttresses support these ramparts, which circummu red a city of nearly three miles, in an irregularly ob long square. The remains of five large buildings are enclosed within this qpace, and nearly fifty others of smaller sriie, may there be found. Tne walla, as de fined in the unpretending sketch to which we allude, are in length on the north one hundied rods,; on the east, fifty-five; on the west forty-five. The remaining boundary has not been accurately traced. From an inscription on a rude portal of the city, it was found, that its name was Aztalan. Now who lifted these walls, and established gates of this forest city?and when 7 Were they reared bofore successive springs had brought up the wilder ness to its full stature "! These are point9 on which conjecture alone can ptoy the umpire. Was the re gion of Ouwconsm, in other days, some golden Hispa niola, pregnant with mines like those which the im mortal Columbus encountered, and which led him to believe that he had verily discovered the Ophar of yore, and the rains of refining furnaces of Hebraic construction'? Who can tell'? What sort of a cuiy was this Aztalan 1?Phil. <Uaz. Gens or the Pataoowians.?Of the Patagonianc, the old navigator Pigafetta writes, " that when any of them die, there appear ten or twelve devils leaping and dancing about the body of the dead, and seem to have their bodies painted with divers colors, and that among others there is one seen bigger than the re sidue, who naaketh great mirth and rejoicing. This great devil they call Setebos, and call the less Che leule." It has been supposed that from this passage Shakspeare borrowed tne demon Setebos, introduced in the Tempest, act i. scene 2? ? I imutobey, hi* art i? ia aiiehpowpr, It would control n? dam'* gu<l HctieUw, And make a vaaMiof him." There are other passages in the play in which the hint may have been taken from the narrative of Piga fetta.?Edinburgh Cabinet Library, AY 21. [zjr- THOUSANDS OF PERSONS continue to cure then selves of COLDS, COUGHS, HEADACHES, RHEUMATIC AFFECTIONS, SMALL FOX, MEASLES, CQSTIVENESS, INFLUENZA, and the lio*t oftlioav indirutious of the !>ody ?r the blood being out of order, aimfdy by persevoringly purging tbem sekos with tbc BRANDRETH VEGETABLE UNIVERSAL PILLS so long any symptoms of derangement in any organs re main. Often by adopting Una rourne, winch experience has pro ved ia according to natarr, it b&:.g merely amwtn.g her, have ma ay been in a few da)a reatorad Io health, when, had die aaoal plan of (ending for a physician been adopted, tlie patient might have been monthibefor ? he hail beer out, CURl-1). Thi* word can ne ver *e applied to tlKMe who employ physicians. f i#>-3in IU8T PUBLWUHl}-DOLDBAK>? SCIENCE v OF PENMANSHIP, accompanied by twenty-four Engraved Plate*, for "ftJe '*j C. SHEPA1U). 184 Brwailway. Thia ia the rooit aeientitic work evei pubj *hed on the *tdjject, and i* aoaiioplified that persons may learn from It a bold and raiiia style of business writing without the aid ol a teacher It i* partie u1?rly recommended to the notice ol' Clerk*. who will foul ample direction* to remove uU duftcia m thair wijttog. Every learner wM do *W ta Secure a copy. N. B. Several of the Plata* are dcaigned for LArties, lieiug in delicate and tasteful atyle, auited to fashionable billot an -' letter writing. jiatf New books for chrihtmah a new YEAR'S PRESENTS.?The sabecriber ha*received die moat citotcoand lieantiful collection of Annuals and Juvenile Miseel lunuoua work*, which he has ever had the pleasure of offering to bia numerous friends and patron*, am?-<g which are the following ? The Book af Gems The Violet Gems of Beauty Penrl Flower* of Loveliness, IflM T Cliriatmas Box Drawing Room Scrap Book Union Animal Parlor Scrap Book Juvenile Forget Me No Keetoake Scrap Book Hook of Beauty Lilley of the TalVy Heath's Picturesque Annual Fairy Book The English Annual Hieotglyphical Rible Oriental Annual Robert Raoiblc's Sketch Boo Magnolia The New Year's Token Token Pa'ent Gift Forgrt Me Not Parent's Cabinet Christian Kocpoake Farm House Religious Souvenir Two Edwards Friendship's Offering Hobday Gil) lllus.ofthc Waverly Novels Illustrations of Syria, Holy Lr Byron Gallery, Ae Asia Minor, Ac dM C SHEPARD, l<eok*cllcr, 184 Broadway. thknorth amrrk an ?ihe OMin ANCE COMPANY, Continue toin*urnagnin?t loes or damage by Are on Buildings. Goods, Ships in Port and thc-ir cargo**, and every desenption of personal property, attbeir Office, No. ia Wail street. DIRECTORS. Robert Ainalie, Thomas Bolton, David Codwise, Menry H BMiott, Daniel Jarkaon, Tlioma* Sarjeant, Cortland t Palmer, Edgar Jenkins, John Lorinier<<raham, C. V l? Hasbrook, Thotnas Tib *ton, Henry H l<eed*, I^ito* D?-('a**e. Georrd D. Strong, Henry Wrekolf, CkfrtmO Hnndr, Samuel T. Tisdalo, Stephen Storm. Virilism P. Hsllett, Edward Frost, ROBERT A1NSLIE,President. B. F. STEVENS, Secretary. dl ?m \'BW YORK LIFE UfMVRAKCB AND 1^ TRUST COMPANY.?Persons may etfeel insurances with this Company on their own lives, or the lives of ethen, and either for the whole dora'ion of life, or for a limited period. The pay meats of premium may be either made annually, or in a ?ro*ssuin Premuim i on one hundred dollars for one year. Aft. 'ZfU- Age. I year. Age. 1 year. Age I year M 0 7% 34 I 07 M 1M SO IN IS ? 77 37 I 13 34 1 57 SI | ff 14 4 M M 1 44 4 w I M W ID IT 0 M M IX 41 I 7* N ? It II ??? K I 31 43 IM S4 3 II II ? ?0 >1 I 34 *3 1 M VI f 34 94 ? 41 44 1 33 M 110 M 447 31 IN >4 I 34 4 5 I 41 57 4 74 24 4 44 44 I 35 44 I 43 M 114 44 4 4T H I 44 47 1 43 40 147 44 0 44 44 IN 44 1 44 40 4 14 1 37 . . > O ?? I M Money will he re. el red in rWpo?lt by the Company, and hold in uusi.npori wlorh mtere*t will He allowed aa follow* i Upon any sum over fl4o, irredeemable for I year. <) per ct 144, for B rrionlite, 4 per at. " "* '? MB " for 3 mouths, I per it TRUSTEES. Win. Bard, SamuelThompson, H.C. RnRharn, Thomas W. I.inflow,laaoc Brnnson, Jonathan OoodhuB, Wm. B. Lawrewee, Prior Retoaen. Jame Me, Bride, Jacob Lorillard, Stephen Warren, John H athbone, it. Jolia D<ivr, James Kent, P. G. Stuyvesant, IVter Hsrmony, Nathaniel Prtme, Thomoa J .Oakley, S Von Ren?aellaer, N. Deterean*, Btnphetl Whitney, John G Collar, Benj Knewer, John J. A*tor, Tho* Muffern, GulmoC Vernlnnc, Ben] L. Swan, J no Mi?*i. OOTMlV' Lawrenee WM. BARD, rremdant. E. A NICOLL, Seereiary. Nr. D. ATKINS, i ' .. ??. ? In the Company. n44 tf U/Onb'R fARPESTEH*' * R8Qti*tC* V V TOOL sTtiRE. corner eft'hathamand *:hamher?tieet*. ft. York.- T. J. W has eoMtMlly for *ale an eveollenf asaortment of the following Haw* ol every description, ttocka and bill*, auger* and Mtta, patent ai-tt *aw*. falNnier* ?nd divid r*, turninr and firmer cMse's. ?rxl goog04> *<?"?* plate*, *toek* and dies, hammers. a?e* adses. be?ids, gn g, ?, apint level*.bumiaher*. spoke shaves, ? ireolar lawi, turning lathee, vieo*. m easuring ta|?e*, drawma in ?tramenta. w?od hove* for rutting screws of all aires, Wee, nl s, 'rill row*, cm fine mpiior* and ^4 en. mitre s#uree -omi>a?s *. ?^es, pad*, oil aionea. draw kmveo, plane irons, uoa and steel ?TMae* .hollow siir<n. ,|ra? ing serew tools, Shelter's rotent au ?^JjJfNnetmakers' ehimp* onot<er rfoe rota, blow imies. Ac JqFiA large assortment of Planea. manufactured bv A A E. Bnhfwm.New York. dw arn* rdS A A \V a ijitj No ** William straot |??m the fo lowing aiticles White Ginger Ront, Ja v*?,n. V,_JN',,n^y P'tcJl, Angii*h *nperior for piasters. As.? Vandla eime-White Was. in bovo* ofNtM lb each r..r>nori ( "rJ,-.,, ??*?*' WB|? in Ol W i Tl ID r.,.u.h ?^ warrnnliw Tooth Itmslw*. French and I. l.Uri mr.r>.ll. J'**'' " La,?n ?**""nient S-idMr. and Soda .r .Ti r7-JTv of 11 fiahry- Medina* Ch?.t* s r^-e if ,I*I? inl? ramSL' wh,rh wiH ^ at .hurt no m IfarmrTs^Sts rlf ?woims Ponnooa and Vero.il'.ige ai *214 ^ "*?aric A?M -Supnr Oorttanate Worn, I nTsm'p^ K A VI? DOMESTIC HAPPI I Nl SS POK I KAYF, V~A Knna<(nfy lor i|m e who are. an-1 ? h?se who ire not msmed br tfo *??Cle*S C Author* anejent h:v .T'tr. Co \nm, ?dh ?? ia*< ii? *1 with a sravoorgsy pen. the pre*.'.) ind lutiire Hapiinee* of w nk<?d IHMP Stic hH|?>'ae**, tlwai <ml? M>*a 0 Pant>h*<< 'hit ha* * rvit ed 'halsltl Coteprr foal dmg twi? Prise tavay?,Wie<ther wirh *ev*rnlart rie* written evrae ?lv fo thl - wo k | I vol lmv> J* ? re,.,, .,1 ?,?f for *hI#* at 110 Hook Hlore of C. J. FOlJHiM No <a| F,illon ,1 i" one door above Pead. VEKY SUPERIOR HATS 4 GAPS, or Mtr MM8KN HAHHION, AT WHOLESALE WICEB. RETAIL EXCELLEB BY NONE MvietUidAm' rment of MATS AIIU CAPS, '01'every variety- -call and sea. COWL.iND * CO., 43 BOWERY. i'.tuft tide, 4 doors south of Bayard. V&" Merchants'supplied oo>*ovitia(terms. the im* MADAME JANHE, VUOM PARIS, OLMAIM * KWilM LACE BL9NDS TULLE HMKROIDBBIia AND CAMBBI08, On-mm Improved principle tohick give* an appearance equal ioneut. NO 176 WILLIAM STREET jll-Bm* PAUL. CERMRNATI merchant tailor, NO. 378 PKAIL ST. New York. TO JEWELLERS, ENGRAVERS AND CARPENTERS. Thesubseribere have iu?t received a splendid aaaortmee (of TURKEY OIL STONE. winch they offer at No. ?t). CireeM wtoh sliest, corner of Barclay. it*Mn? fm Sl Q M JENKINS ROCKWELL'S Patent Vault Lights, J*-tf IK BROADWAY. CUSTOM HOUSE HOTEL. Center of Nassau and Pine tie.. City qf Hew York. The Proprietor of the alatve establishment returns liu ancere thanks to the public, for the very liberal manner in which it bua keen Hoatulaed since it has been under hia direction, and hopes that hia fir tare system of management will convince hie friends that be ia determined to leave nothing undone on hia part to merit a continu ance of-theirpatreaage. The Hotel ieimmediatelyadjoiningtheCu'itoin Houae.and within a minute's walk of Wall 'tree , Biotul way, and otlier principal bu stneseskeete; consequently ia very convenient for those g< ntlomen who reside in the upper part of the city. Breakfast con be obtained at the Refectory at ull hoe in from C A. M. tiHaoon, and dinner from neon till i f>. M. The Proprietor fcela warranted in Baying that brs table* arefwraiehed in a manner not surpaand by any eetabhshment in the city. Arrangements have been made, with agenta in the country, by which the Cueleta Mouse Hotel will, ia tutors, be supplied with the earlieat fruit*, came, ai?d other delieaci a of the varioua seasons, and with an emiaeat importing houin if the city, for a constant supply ef the choicest wiana a?d liquon. JAMES HORN, Jr. j7-3m CO- R. C. MOWN 4k CO., haemg opened a Coffee Houae (the Niagara), at No 49 Warren street, aad laid in a stoak el the chocest Wiuae, Liquate, 4k&, hope by a'rict attendj to tbe wishes oftheir cual?iw.teawrit a sham ol pubhcpatronage. *l7-tf D3~Meaers. WRIGHT * ROWB toga leave to inform their fraoiiaa and the paVlx that they nave Jwpoeed of their atock and .-M.or?, corner o( Broadway and Canal at. and have opened at IIS Broadway, where they kuep tbe moat assortment of Hata and far Caps, in the city. nl?* WRIGHT * ROWB. tt>- HBE Advertisement?ABERNBTHY'S Confound Li <|uonc? Couch MMture,M onKat?the special Asent,127 Bowery,cor. Grand st has bet-n obliged >? eoneequenee at 0m> treat demand ot this Mtxkciiie .fraa* the lower l?irt ami w?gtaide mi the city, to ap uiint HOPPER, cor. Broadway aii.i Franklin sL, and UNDHK HlLL.cor. Beeknaaa and William sts. Ageats for this Mixture. _ _n4-tf pd-NOTICE TO NEW YEAH PARTUS?J C. DECKER, wis et to infiarm liiafriends and the iKit>hc, Mat he h?s just received a fresh supply m( tirst rale OYtfTKRfl, kji&eady tv serve tliein, Fried, Stewed Roasted,and Pickled, on th? most liberal terms, at tlie shortest notice. Please apply at IU Paiton street. da? ffJ-SHAKSPEARE REPBCTORY.on the site of HARMONY HALL, has bean opened by the subscriber, ami wHi 4m conducted on an entire new ptaii, whu.b lie laipea will give satulactKHi to his friends and the public generally, he will always keep the boa* the market a#oras?such a* Birds, Fish, Plash, Ac. The Bsr will be furnished with the best of Li quors. Oysters served up in the best style I ? ? Meals aanbe had at all hours at a moment) notice. The subscriber formerly kept the Park Halt ft Bps ton, and hopes by a stmt attention flfca r sssfsrt tf kl? i ast uMjiXte merit a share if -ubhe MlMais. A MOM 8. ALLIN, nl7 Sin* Sbakspeore iVe factory. DCt~A tSARD-t. W. BRYHAMrespactAillriufwrme his friends and the public, that since he has sold out hi* Htorein Grand st. he has completed his enlargemcale and Alterations at hie originates tahlisbment,No. MO Bowery, opposite to Rmagton st., Minse <luontly he is better prepared to mewt the demands of his patrons una slijl more extensive scale, atid with a more general assort ment of pure and genuine Confectionary, wholesale and retail. 8. W.B. ruturns thanks for the very flattering putronnge he has beretoforeeiperieaced Bowery VcamCnaiectieaary aiiddalooa, N? Htm Bowery opposite to RivmgLiiu st. JUJUBE PAHTE, just importedfrom Prance?a superior arti cle of Jujube Paste, far sale saaftova, wholesale and letaiL ?II tf 4 W. B. BO- WHERE Iri THE NONBENHEnflhe idea that PURGA TION will cure all the ilk to which flesh is heir) His allowed that ONE PRINCIPLE doth animate thi frame of man, namely, the vital*. This is known to be a Iru'li on allowed truth; and who ever lias followed thoroughly out the principle of PURGATION with the RIGHT PL' RGATIVE, has invariably been ensured sound health. To what purgative doth lame point! To the Pills known by the name ef BRaNDRETH. Beware, beteare <f Counterfeit*. fit Im THOMECH ANICN, PIIOP HI ET?Hi OP HOUSES AN4) HoTEI.H, BOARDING HOUSES, AND HOUSE KEEPER* IN GENERAL. -The subscriber off rs to mcoba-ics hi? Aincririin si ve. emu-.ninm in ingots ami slwrts ef litnr different thiekm sses uirful Cir instruments, grstes ad Inn Hers. Ac. in th MMf ? Ins week, and lie is re*' y to simply bulkier* a*d propri' lors of hnas s, with hoii'o furniture, sunk ns locks, knobs, keys, carpet rods, bed pulls, sash knobs Ar. Ac. nil of the most approv d workman*',ip and latest p ittrrns ; and public and private boisekeei?t?may bnsapplied with any qunntity of t he, t'? and dessert spoon* ; dessert links, tea sets, napkiu nags, fish and but'er kn v -s, gravy spoons, ladles, Ac. ; all or the be*t (jattem, and warranted to keep their colour. Prices very aioderute. s?d any ??nlers execute*! by BR. LEWIS PEUCHTWANGER, j30 tf ST7 Broadway. Tfl REaL P^TA-fr Bh6kKH*. APS.- 1'i.e subs-riber has mad* arrangement* to elector all orders in 'he Mapping Iimm in tli.i ueute.t lannnwr nmens msy W seen at their office. LITHOGRAPHY? Allerder* in Lithography, attended to with care and despatch. A great variety ef Engravings on hand, plain and colored, at se duced prices to centers. RROWNE A REDMOND, jylf-y I It Fulton s?. HOC UK ?T LA?D AVK.M'II. ' | y HE tuberriKershe vingestablished a Branch oftheir Office, at 1 Rronklvn, No. I Profitstre^t.respectfullyinform theirfneads and the public in general, that they are* prepared to receive or ders fnr the tale and purchase ofrealeetate, cnllecttoii of monies, letting and renting of houses, stores, farms. Ac. Any orders laf at nit her vf limn otlicss willla rtrumptly at'ended to. KEWHON A FLEMING,*3 Nassaa-st. N. Y. and Nn. I Prosit st Brooklya.aextdoerto the L.I.|Rank. Mr T^|0 HOVHE AIVD CHVKCH BUILDRHl. The suliscnber is ?ow prepared to execute any orders for any kind of metalic Furniture used in Houses or Churrhse. such as Door Plates. Knoakeas, F'gerws nr Numbers. Loeks. Knoli*. Bs cateheona, Bell Tnckers, Venulaters. Ac Ac. Ac., all of German S Iver, which certainly is by fur iirvK-rablete pl>*ed metal, ns it bear* am >hing and i>oiiahing to the eonsumiition of Itie metal it se't ami since the price far this me'alin its hnished state is ytlbe ,ow the p'icnof plated ware, there i* nodoubt but what proprietors and builders of houws will ,il?o (irsler it. All the builders miJ Pro prietursot Hooeee. ate invited to evimme the tpecimena of the ?aaltiAirious oee* aad articles manufactured by nut y Dr. LEwIB FEflTCHwANGsR J77 Rn.adwsy. AKTI-COJISIMPTIOJI mpkcific fYHUP. This rrlehratod and invnl islde iirefHiration, made by l)r J X. Ohabrrt, is strongly recirminrtnlixl to every one whe >? |>fed s poscd to consumption and other local and chenntc dise?*es ot the heart and lann ; nn matter how inveterate. *r rW how bmg etandiag. It ha* already attnirwd the lughest sstimntMin of the mest re?(ieetahle meml?>rs f the faculty, as well ofthis country us of Kngland and France and can. ti?ere(ae, be pre entwel with entire ' onfldenee anrl safety te all parsrms who labor under the affile lions it is intende I to remo* a. No 3X1 Benadway, January 17th, l(3T. fl-lm C' It F F K , I, \ TIN. Ann CJEilWAN i.Ou ? UUAGEH, (lentlem<<n and l.adies who wish to get indnnia tinn ai the above languages by private mstnietinn, can do no better Ummapply to CHR GBR. EOKBL, Pt if of the Ancient and German l^ngaace.s.e. cr>merof Brooas and Orchnrn sts Reference given by Dr. Aathon, Ee?j., Ptof. la the fehnnbia Col' Im, all ?iw .im" LU?TKE'? COMMR1ICIAL HCHOOL, I#.1 1 Broadwsy, ia open lor the reception ot Pupils day and evening, where gent I. men ar-qua hflerl for mere m'ile situations In n ?ii"c nor ana oxcedlitons manner. Ptnnian hip, commerrlml ArWi l ??? Hookh ?*ptrnr by Double Entry, are laugh' upon the moat improved system*, and m much lea* time than is usually de V t,?l te th t leinwrte, PENMANHHIP is tauehs upon an orlgi al and impraved plan. | whu.h has *to?sl the te*t ol time ami exix rience, ami rrnaved the Iii\,ninlifled app "bat'OO ot Competent judge* It is f.'e de-l upon sim|4r nnd rationnl prteciples, nnd ? eapshie of et.anging the most illecihj' Hand Writing, nnd suhatitaling an elegant ami masterly | UM) Ol |iTll. Bn, iK KEEPINOa* spplted to ialan l and firaign trade, snd Commer ial Aiithmettc. *How.ng the abort method* nmploved by Merr-hs'its ami Be>ki rs far the v aluntMinot mere hand se, hhI the Ciilcu atuie-of per eenmg", ever' res, lu'enst, Ac.. are|?rti a larly attended to, and th most spnmved meth.id of anangiag merrhents' aeemmta is . l. arlyesemprfte i. The amer opens. P-W* end tin aneea two eosiplete se s of Rooks, in which are eemhhl d ill 'fn sections that cen loesdrf) oc. or in baeim-s*. and i< fie'ff d'oset as Rook keepevin tl? m?*' e*tefi*,ee m rcantile e? nb'Khwie'-t*. .... ft y~ Ench i upil i- taiifbi it rHvidatltf, *ml r.et in e| .se* In struction. morning, i^emom and evening I, dies cue n-ceiv le?e n? in fer,man?hi|i their rnnteec , if r quired ??* Proepjet ?,.? May behadbt mj? ?! ing to M1 Porter, nt is class reoins, it3 Itiomlway, overti?e l?.uginst Store. flO tf TO THE TEACH Kit 8 OF THE FRBHCH LANGUAGE.?W?? would invite the atUmtuAi of ti** Teach ers to the Freiich Grammar by Mr. J. P. WIEtlZIUCKI. ju?t imb lubed by W. Saudford, ftjruwily JAW. 8andtoid. U i* aahiiated Ui supercede all book* of that natun- that may I* found in the mm ket at present, and tiicre ia no doubt that it wilt beootne very popu lar on accoant wf the miurovetiiciits thai there are, which facilitate all difficulties with whicl* arn English pupil meet*: here we wdl spe cify some of then. Until now-a day*, it wu thought Oust an Eng lishman could not learn the presruiic ation ol'tbe French I.aii*iiag?, without bearing one who pronounces it corr.ctly laiuselt f but Mr. Wierabicki'f Grammar teaolies us the falacy of that Mpimon . I?r the tact ia, that until now there was no grammar that gave any aat irfuctory rules facilitating fbe ddGculty ; biagiauimar on the con traiy. gives ufl nik;s that there ate in the language, (forhespeibs abeat eveiy latter giving It a proper sound,) so much an, that we wil not hesitate to iwinounce tkat every one may acsuire a food ijro nunciauon of Ike French without even a teaclier, though true, that that aicity of the pronuiiciatiuti which canuot be described in uo way but acquired and api>rec?ated only by the ear.ie Ml to be learn ed by the orguu of bearmL'. Upon the whole the prceise rulea that hit (the author) give* will miabl every one to be understood by eve ry Frenchman. Ho likewiae made a new ula?ifcialifl ol Uie artl ele which cannot hi' found elsewhere, that article the use of winch puzzles eve v Englishman that atieinpta la apeak French. Like wise lie gives rales in what order tlie French w ord* ought to lie used in order to make an inteliieibie sentence , (this cannot be found in any other grammar ;) finally live arrangement that pervades Wfl grammar i* a uew and easy one, calculating to facilitate tke study of thai bcautifnl language for the pupil, amileaaon thelaliur of tlie teacher, and we are ao confident ?f it* merits that we will nay aoth il* of itourselves, butsolisit a candid |ierusal of the teachers, for we at? aatiatiuii they will lie |4caacd with it. ladoed it lads fiiir to supercede all other* It can lie had at wholesale or retail at the of fice of puhltoation, i?Ann st. N. Y. n'JStf W. 3ANDFQRD. ATWATBH'I patemt HALL AND PAR LOU 8TOVEH?To which the highest prel um was awarded at the late i air of the American Institute, contain the following important improvements: A coinb.n >tion of diaughts so arranged that tho fuel may be burned with gieat rapidity, or at a Medium rate or very slowly. All thv heut from the i: amliera of combustion tuay bo made to paai directly from the smoke pipe or chimney, oritih# an adjoining room,ur the beat may be retained iu the mom where tho above ia. a* may be pr? I'm red. By the use of these drauglrta. the ftre may be all extinguished in the cham ber of combustion without i lie removal of a particle of the cealor aabo* pom tlie s'ine.and witlxxjt any gaa er 4u?t whatever coming into the room. By tlus combination of diaughts, the tire may be lighted from the bottom, and made to bum upwards in the usual way; or it miy be lighted f om tho top and made to bum downwaid* thro gh the whole mass of coal*, tlie Name, gaa, Ac. passing uutthreught'sebotUiin of too grate into the base and then off into the suioku pipe; or shouldtbo coal net dull at any time in the bottom of th ? grate when the4We is burning, the draught majr be turmd downward in a moment, soaa to cuuae all the dull coal toboco i eigi ited. In ibu use of these draught* Am het air is brought te pass over every inch of the radiating aurface of the iron, viz. ail pari* the top bottom and side*, and so uniformly is itthtfuacd, a* to give a very mild and pleasant heat. It n confidently k-Keved that these stoves are constructed on principles dilfonng from all others new known; no othei* contain the combination ofdrafts nor so large a radiating -urlace for equal izing and exh .1 listing tbe heat, nor the ;?? *>er of causing the hat air todescend tothe lowest possible point, so as effectually to warm tlie floor around the stove and ihn feetef'persoria Hitting near. The liattnriis are various and elcj: nt, and made of *izes calculated tor Churches. Halls, Parlors, Wffice*. Chan,tiers, Ac. The easting* are superiur to any others in the market, and the sheet iron stouea are highly ornamented. Tlie Htovea are recommended as riving more heat Ooin a given quantity of coal,and being fruer from dust than any others now in use. They can at all times be aeea in op'ration at iOt Water street, where they are for sate by tlie subscribers. jta tf R. AT WATER A CO. ^VSPENSARV UAMOAUKIS A J'RHSISKS f A general aaaortment of tla'se useful aurgical inatrument^ of the latcatand most improved patent, forsale at No. a Ann at eet, where they are adjusted at -d applied by a practical surcuon. ii?r nuiii'Pta'i'M v DR. CARWAN, SURGEON DENTIST, and Manufac ture t>f Incorruptible Teeth, No. 231 Hudson, a f. w door* above Hprina street. N B. Dr. C.'s charge* are very modertKe, and his incorruptible teeth are really splendid, jit 3m RVBKH'H FIttST PHENI I'M U EMTLE- I MEN 8 BOOT AND SHOE HTOKB, No 5 Rm kman at. ' Clin'onHall, New York, near th-; Park.?'The aubecriber, gratefni liar tlie ><Mtingiiialicd patronage received since his opening the above store, would respectfully infirm his friend* qnrl the iMihlic in general, ibut lie kee?-* en hand and is (blatantly inasnfactur ing a prime article of water pr<*<?f Boots of French calf *kiH, which liave given great satisfaction fiir many years to those who have worn ttiem Dress Hoot* of superior workmanship aid finish, and Opera Psmp that received ea|ieci <l1v the Silver Medal of tlie Ameriaau Institute, at the late Fair at Nihlo *. Htraie.ers visitiag th city will find it to their advantage to call, as much attention i; mud to transient customers. All orders Uiinkfully rnceiv d and i?un. iMnllp attend ad to. H. B. ? A good a*eoriment of Over Hhoes fer sale at reduced pri ces. j*Ttn?* Emporium of fashion, hamuel chap J MAN would moat reipectfully ae?i*aint the Iiuiiei and gvn tleineimf thla city, and the public rernfillf, I hut lie Mf ill cooti hui'm at the eld and well known (land No. 84 Clint (mm .treet? where mny !>>? found a tncwt e.xtenaive vamiy of article* of hi* manufacture, of every irtyln ami quality. quite too nunicron* to mention??uc.h a* Wi*?, Taupeea. Whiakera, Muaiachoea, Bnwi, Ritur'nti, Pufft, Curl*. French Hruid*. Grecian*, Prized*, 4c. Ac,, of the luteal Huropeaji and other fnhiona, an.; manufactured in a ah lienor order. Mr. C. would al*o inform the *< nil*men of New York and ifran Strapenerally, that hu paya particular lit?ntion to cutliaf and retime geaOemea'* buir, und flutter* lnm-elf that liylm lone ??? periencc and aa?iduily. he ia enabled to cope wub. if not lurpuar, the moat nkilfui in thiabrarch, in a *lylc pecnlinrljr adapted to the vnrted taatc ofindividaala Alao, paiti. uUr attention M paid to the l> a'luiK faihiana of the day. N. B. Soothern and weitem mi rrhnrrti and whoV*ale dealer* ar.- particularly invited 'o sail ami exanMiie nu iumh'linen', winch lie mconfident will be found nq ia) lo any in Ike city, ai do.< the loweat Unm< for ca?h. Doa'tai ilaketbe No. -MClinfham itroeL (1 Im" Brrlin and kkflkctino grates DOKIC AND MINERVA FIRE PI.ACER?Alao, a 'ar*e aaaortment of t>rate* and FircH??t?,*uit*ble for parlor*, cbamhera, ?/lice* and atowi, ate ottered for*nlel>y the aubai ribera, whohiale ai d ret ail. at then wari hou<e. Na. *7 Exchaatre rdace. Berlin t.rnto* -Theie huimtIi cailinga, ruualhaf in Amah the fin'-?i metal. arworn.merited with rich arid chaate deawm*, fireu led inba? tellef. They ure coloredI hy a ew proce**, not acted upon by Ileal or niat, and rrquirinf water only to keep them clean , The Reflecting fiiale. recently introduced, unite* lieauty and economy, bnuff c/matrucled with brilliiuil aielaiiic ll< (lectori, to tb ow into th/roi>iii .'i laree poitHin of the heat which ordinariiy eK a|M i llironjrh the Hue. I)or?e and Mn erva Fiw Place.? Thii well eniah'ialwd article ia known to I he puhl.c a< on ? Hpemr to any iIiiiik new in uae for bMrainjr coal, nail combine* all tbe adv?ntaaea af laith the uaual ?node* of coinmunieutin* beat, by radiatHMi, aa in the common (ruleand ftre place, anil liy triirwinia*inn, aa in cloae itovea It mtlii"! ? warmth IhrnnflMi it the roeat by niearn of heaUxl air. Which by the conatroctMu of lh< mail t ire Place i? Ml i cniut'eil to norne i? contact wnh hotted iron pali*. which n well known to have th" effect ofdeatrnylnc ? he ox y ten of the almoaphere, r?ll deri itfitoAeii'ppreaatve, unda'waya mjunoi ? to the Imm th. It ia portab'e, a autrentence tMaily appreciated,a* they can l>e removed at plaaiure It ia adapted to th.. parlor, the waraUouae. and'i.e coiMtiaa room, umiuta th comfort of an open ire with perfect ?afety and convenience. Foraaicby fit ly BAXTER A mi -? I 11 Ki: Eic'.ame place C1HKF.NWICHCOAL YARD*. The uadeyaiawid a ri-*|?Tir,illv inform* hii cu*toi?er? and the imldtr tbat he Ham commencedreceivin# hi* naaal aepply *f that *ery ?et?*norW? hu?| killcoal.io much approved of the laat yeer hy ennaume ?, in pre (?trence te any ooal *old in themarket fhdera for Hroki-n. Kff, or Nut, hy th<' ton or rnrm. will lie r.?*w?d hy A f?e OMifi ? Ca., M Wall atreet.Ruaacii * Copland,M Walletrett.er ateither M tbe yarda. Mi er tlJ Hadaonat. JAMBH U. W. WHITALL. IW-f KERP YOCR FRET DRT.?" Hallo, fiend you mi I ?ut wet f et if yow nrnaathere," ?? 'I a aeraon iflnne of my cai'omera " There i* noi'aafer," iaid be, " for I have a pair ofRtcharda Water Pioni Bootum " " llielurd*1 wbmathiaRi ehnnti''" " Why. I?'ke?iai the liira'-et aiaortmeat of Water Pr* of Mo.la iind Hhii' a in thecity.al /imi 'an?l nreet. fhatik you, I wiH have a pair bet re niahl " Recolh*i t RICHAROH. No VM Canal itreet. N B?A apleiul d aaaoJtment at Ladiea' and licnlterneiri ami Children' India Kabher B?"?ta and Hlmea alan all kim'i of Water PriKif llo-ta and H'oea. m de of India Ruh-ei Cloth. fa<*>l l?tak?na. with 100 t aira Ladie*'and t^ntlaoien'i Wat>r Patent Mockwmi or mer ?hi*.?,*ome t-'ark Hole*, 4kc. Only enII and yew will th'- Urfeet aaaor ment, heat qualiie *. at the toweet price* ever heard ?f Watei Ptotf IhMitr, only $3 SO to ?< M per pa>r,aifo?d a i you pay tn fir. Apply at RK'NARDM. No at* Canalatreei, The larveat Miaufnetarer andoiiteat cm< in the block. ft l-lai / < KHMAN B1I.VFR W UM %T WHOlaE raCI and rktail. ^ lue imrn Table MixioM ? (hrr.en Hiaar Poor a so do Tea do 10 do Napkin Rm?a W do Pnrka 10 de Pl*'? ? . 3? do Rntter Knivea 10 do Udi, a rtcnaar H?oka Lik^v* if#, ?<of>r pittas, knorJifri, lorkt, roihi, w.ndow ihutter bam, labtnfa, ?*;, ''I**'* ."PlLl'IS'."r Ac for *al< by Dr LEWIH PKtJCII TWANOER, f If.. ITT Bron. way ? 1? IIRAKM'H IfKW WORK MRNRIIITTA M* TKMi'LK. n Lowt *tor?, I** 'h? autUi ofVitjan Qftf. TKMI'KRANf'K CORRfiMPOWHKSCH, b- twem Htmurf M flnpkin* and fWril *nnih. Krv l?r Juatin MwanN and he*. I*. Hji?el H Co* Mat puWiihwJ JimI hi hmIi( fit If ? ?HKFAkl> IWlHMiUf. STATIONKK'M WAHKHOtlK. IN William .L The -nlwiilwr hmjn* Jiml retmne?l from l-nortnn, wkare be hn? nureeednrf in making the advant?<|nn?? imnifrnmU With Hm it rat tier. for h refiilar ?mp?Iit ol all vrtirlea in tu< line, i? now pro pnrwl tonflwtn ?ha?rad<- * ??tpr-Mora??or1ii?ent nfsutntaaml Fan r.f Htalio-aiv. nl tha Imal ami on towt* tpinu than any hntiae in thi? nt j. (?en i?e Rawve'aand Newman ? W??*r Color*, Drawing Papora, Tuaiia l*are'?. I'arwn and .very iloaanption of Rivlwli paper*. Realm# Wa*,."K?*l I'on*. Ac H<- al*o rrnitinue* \? manutnrmre tbn Patent ltr?ry Wm fkee Play nir Cnnl*. enameU- H Viaiting, an<l (al l trwilar Ca<U, rahirril m pitn. ?wr pnMt Uida.Ae. L / CONSK. nil ? IIOK AT THIN l?K. FKKT WAIlKANrKn Ontf 1 i railai WAI.KKR'H. tm Canal ?lre t, an<l trjr a n?tr lmn<i*<Mn- Hov rtnoM, <ut Ilk w wntrr pn-ot tout*. i?fio* only $i 4t ttm pair, ami warrant- H tokeejiih- feel d'f a> ii wear <W*w?' ?"r ?* h?> '? Heh*an?e *?? ?mm<* of ra'itlenien'* wa''-r i>roW we! ? allK'tami wif'cr ilrena Ii-? a a an a oiii' i ar *i? U- ifl?My ? IhI ?? hoo *,% ? own make verr hanrlomiefer f1rn?? T?*'>>*n?' an* In at boo a may Ia ban al il-i* ?*?iilM*hrnent >1 I ?uile?m? -ne'? inl'i A -in* a tiial ? il pn>?r l'>a *?t ?ntam? nf th.? n*ar anr o her e?taMi*h ?e?t In N w Vn k. *!??> ?? WAI.KRH'H ?r f v n- Iww.t ? w??M.-h ? . r??, JStCa^al ?'reet N R Don't miatak* the (tore, . Fni9M m ?v?r tm- <h*?r. film j HEW YORK HlftAL?? A DAILY AND WI1IIT KIVirAFIL DISTRIBUTION AND SUBSCRIPTION.-The DAILY Ha ALP ia aerved to Hub-rrton m the eity, regularly every aeonac, (except Sunday,) at the rale of TWI Ctnf per copy, payable week* in mdvnce to U?e Newame*. Country Suheerihera, in any part of the United Siatea or m Caiia da can receive the Daily Hkralk, by Mail, at ?* mtc centi per copy, on renutUng.?aab iu advance?for auoh periodical time aa they pleaaa. The Whbkly Hub alb, containing all the matter of the JailwM ?eat by mail, at thkbr dollar* per annum, w? advwict. iu t* aity it ia a?dd at the office at ail ceata per cepy. Letters u> the Editor to he poet paid. OLD ESTABLISHED PACKET OFFICE, AT ? PEARL 8 I REET. THE Proprietor a huveconc uded their additional arranreoMGU for tlie (<M?|iati huf extra Spring Hhipa. to leuve Liverpool in the mnnthsof February, March, and April. Persona Jeairous of apmimK lor their trittfidu, ?hnui<i make early applit atiuu; in aoini nr., tliry will pieven' detention* delay Mid tiiaappoinUn^nt. AH wiH beentitled t? a free paaaage in thc?t.-umera tunning man I he different ports inIreland,Scotland and Wjlea. Dratl* a* usual on the Bank of Ire-land, payable in every Province, Comity and la land Town. Apply *r mldresa. 334 Pearl at. DOUQLAH. ROBINSON A CO. N. Y. RUBINtKiN * BROTHERS) Baiikera, Liverpool. jS-tf ROBINSON A CO. DuWin PASS AGE TO AND FROM TIIK I' > ITGD KINGDOM OF OKEAT BRITAIN AND ,jg> ,(8R Weekly ronvpyancc by the Robinson'* Line. The nroprietor roapactful y inform their many uni very numerous fneAda. that the undo mentioned exiru Sprint; aliip". viz JANE WAl,k?K, KOTDZOFF, MARGARET, G0NUUV.8S HILLERY, MATTAKUSET, LEVANT, SLOCUM, Have been emmxed to supply the berth, in ord?r to ensure and guarantee addition I farthtioa,cainfir* an't deipato'a. |)raltaae ?mual on tlie liaukof Irulitiid a< d tie* Rotanaon A Co. of Daldia, | on the National lUnk, and all its branches, of which Daniel I O'Counell, Esq ia tl?gov?raor. The rates of pa ?> sage have beau for sometime p int very conaido ably reduced, and the company ten dera Ire? pm?age w>all wherever thcsieainboats run Ui; 'be pro prietor* deem i' worth* of noticing thnt fur the >ant yi a', l*3?, they I Mi led from the port of Liverpool alone, sixty vimm 'Is <>f the lara>at and finest clasa, bemi ou an average of one ship liar every six daya, a (rrcat accommodation, an it i>reventa rleteniion and delay, s? ve ry Herionaly complained of by >>assuni<ers wh > engage witn eatab llahmenta havinr only occasional opportunities. Apply er ad dress 331 Pearl str.-ct. DOUGLASS ROBINQON, Kc.iv VeKb RoHIN?AV BROTHERS. Liverpool, ft tf ROBINSON A CO. Dublin. OLD ESTABLISHED PACKET OF F1CE, nouier ?f Pine ami .Smith ?treeia.?Tlie aahacri ?"*- Iniia continue lo brill* wit Steerag* Paa-ensera frotfl i.reat Britain and Ireland.in ship* of the tirst class, with prompt^ tufle,ecosemy utid comfort. P, raona willing to aend ft* t^eir liieadK, ty upplyinr ut tlua otiicr, ira i iecare iheir i naa i?re? on the iwont imaonabletenna. The ?hi| aofthia line wi I leave Livnrpool wtvkly.and.tb<>aeeiiKa*iiiKpaa?i?eBaiPiiaisnrod, that lheir Uiend? will meet with no iiiiiioj*a4iiry delay. In ?i 1 ? caae* where the pef aona declinecen>ui?, Hie paatmire money will lie refiaided Phoan wialmif to eirdurk lor the old <'aunir)', run he HCCoHMiiodalt d hv rr*u'ar Liverjrool packet", aaiHiif hi|i, ieth. Mth, unH 30th ?V;'' m??1,b, and Uy tlie London i>*c*cta, ?tuliti<ron the tat, leth. and wihef each month vcc innnodiition of thoan peraon* encngin* pa*?ngea for tneirmend*, who muy wi-li lo aend liie n nunu y. lo ? nabht then to provide for the vovage, drafU will b ? g.ven on the ftilliivwng named mert hanti, ? ho areagenia. and who will give every aaaiat nncein forwarding pn.t-enrera to Liverpool, vis: Mesa. Daniel Wirght it Ce., 8 Robinaen at, Glaagow. William Mney,25 Edea Ouay, Dubliii. 6 A R. llalloian, Relfaat. Mutthew MaCiinu.HteamPaeket OfRee, Wexford. J<ibn MoAuliff,Merchant Uuuy.Cork. relet Keenan, Writatreet, Drogheda. John Beat, Sugar lyland, Newry. M. Dongherty.Ce'eraino. Jameii Cairn*, Corn Market,Londonderry. Jamoa OiImon, Hadcliflcatrect. Hiiro, Janac* Pinnetan, Lacarrow near Atldeae. John Muittgh, KaMinueaigy. Jwieph Konan, Mulliugar. John Alkinaon,Corlwle. iJS&SW. rpairheg in the rountiy, aaolr lo wlt1, ?"^?J^n For farther particular, aT?? kawson t M-MURRAY.?*' __ corner or Pine and South aL A GOOD HAT, undone tvarranted te ? ?[*'"' oreaerve ita ak.ipe. enmlaninc beauty and dnrah. ifv, rail at COL'PLAND A CO 8, U Bowty. eit aide, kiar doora aouth #f BayaM .t. ft# ONE PRICE AND ONE Ul'ALITY BROWN ti GO. Chatham 8<|nare, continue manufac* 4 turing the if celebrated HuU, p^lce~THREK DOLl'aRs! l* 'a'abliahed m I8M. In praavntmg theae HaU tu the public, the tuvipiietora tlunk tliey have nearly reached the a'Uma tuai of baautr, darataHty, elieapneaa a"d comfort t ^ the wearor All aalea tor rmh , m ifood auatnmer there lore paya the kiaaaa ef tbe ImmI. 178 Chatham .Square, cotnet of Mottatrcet JulySl-y TREVALLi STODDAmT* rO.,N? I?, CortNmltauaet- Beg to inform the tiade, that ihagfen removedfro?n No. (Cortlundt ?t.,tothe above largeaM elegant New Store, where the* have on head, and aj* nonatantlv renewing, finab auppliea of Hatur'a Pluah and Trap minga?alao.f.incy colwred Phiahoa for Ladiea Boimeta, wUck the* will aellwa acconimoeatuig trnaa. Hats,Caps, Stock a, and Stock Fraaiea, at wholeane. ai?-tf-r m IMPORTANT TO TIIK PUH MC.-Tbn atihaertber, manufacturer el' a new and beautiful ?i>k of fur Mat*, which lie i? enabled to null at tlx- low pncu of 94 V> The article ahove mentioned, ia m*'iiiflic (trod on an entire now principle, knownoely to himae.i', an.I mtlrl at no o'hai ealah halin.ent in thin city. Tlr-y am a la-nutiful Hhoit Nap i'ur Hal, warranted to retain thei lu-lir and akape i* nny climate A law. a Imuuiif'il ahoit nj)i .*ilk llat, of ?upeitor 'ruiliiy. UeuUemen afa respectfully tnvitad to call and ??amine th* above article*, In fore rair?haiifig alai-where. J. P. AUTEGLENAVE, ?SI Broadway, jtl Im* ' do?r? Iirlow I'eala Mumimi. hATKXT W A I KU ( l.ttNK I H A HI) M NPI. 1 J.trrUNK. PLUMBlft fe ENGINEER, ?*! Broadway, con tinue# to man .facture In# much ' ptmrved imtrnt Water OkiMta, wbithare auitftbleeither tor dwellings or *<eanib ata.and areau w-rtor lu any hrthertotn?ente<l, l?>th for effect un;>ea? ami ruKMia in iheiraction I'arlat.le watar<.h*?el*ofevtrT doar.nptioa. CAtmuN.-lntwwMl Poree Pttmi# ?J. S take# thin opport? ritjr of ktat'ne that he in the oriental manufactory of the above P?rni'?- and that they are mad"ot th~bc*t Broai anil Bored Cyla 4 r?, and not of thin Copper tubea and tobier, to deceive tlw pub Hi. P. H.?A* J. 8. manaficturet every nrtielc on the premtaea. m ia enabled to**ecii'ntb? l'*lluwinf?lo?criiition af work rheipmtWtn any Vtlierparaoilin theri'y, vw. rta U*, Water Cloaeta, Puni|w A. .. jH4 Im* If IIO'i'M \T IIAL.fr' PUI<E. I hart ahoa- three" I) tbouaand p<tra <?t ti'-otlernwru' Ho. .t# of different knwU en himd. andowiii* tolbaacarcityof monev, t willaell for the t?r?*#'nt at ib<- follow iiiir prir?? at retail, * nr. tine double call akin water proof boot*, S4 V per pair aad all the d ffertnt kinds ?t* gentle meua' elejant win ei d e?? boo'l. from !?* Ui ft# M [?-r paw? and mime of the moat e?*tly wurfc. ft Wttn ft T% ?ta?le i?air. All who want a pxnl pair of b ?ota for ame a tnfla, will do well lorali loon Nearly ill the abore b"ota araof my nwn in inular'ure. and I hm not at rani to wairnnt every tanrto d i iuair?tn Ilia wearer.? I lioao wh i have worn my boot#, kn w what they are, and wtl improve thi# <*>ia?r?onity lor wnat th"V may want. Don't aiiitak* the (ton*, tor So. ?&* w ? \.ia:ly ov. i the dotir. N. R- All kirvU of meo?' i onr?e boot?. nn4 lioya' hrM>l< of dUTer ent kind', e?|u.iJly rheaii for ra?b Kt|*i if any. inended rratia.? Apply at RIcriAKOM'M, No wx Onal itmet, jtl tka*WMBo?? on th.- Mock. Land okfic b.-joiin r. bogaroi-h A'tomey andG'otinaelbir al l^w. Clinton Mall. No. i Beek <tan alraaU o(i??ot<- th?' Brick t'hurrh rity of New York. Ilbnoie. Mn? awun. Arkanaaa, Military Boantjr, Oaneral Land attire, ant Waat? ern Airency. Palvnta obtaiaed, and lillaa p<-rferted for ?old?erf or their he?w, either, tat. (UrilttUoMry- ad Late War? .'Vl Canadian Velaa teraa?4th P.n?h'h Befttfeaa from the H. Aialoa to t'nnada aad Novarirntja &th. Ifanortero I'mra the BriUah urmy. or the hetra l all tW^ahoee ra?< ? ath 1 Itlea ta land? f-rt'einel l'era<?n |>iyinan( ol la*, rerlainie4- Tth Heir# under a*.-entitled to land* aoli for taxea "th Tlawe whaiairtetl with thiar dixeliarraa. warrant*, oc trtlaa. before ihe twlaal* laauiil ran t*^laim the aame *rh. lAlxk in thr arveialStale*and TerrOoneaHi th* (' .-u?W'?. t anada. No?a Heo'ta and Teia>. h?airht <tid <uld.or eirl.ariced, taiea paid, and title* inv< itifatod. abtajaadand perfi-eted on appiiraiMNl to iMa mm* Coat MaaOra thrnnahout tba ITnilod Rtalea aad other rintlmiafl f<wwiinlin*any oftheabn?? rlanna. an.I aru?ia aa aaant* in thntr ?evpral aeetiona of roaatrr will he entltl d to 15 per rent, on ail ? >iiim'"?i'>n? <'?mimurneati"0? t oat |u>mI rrlr" Vnhiahle farmtiu hi rid for vale in tli# Mtata of lllmnia, quarter wtiam at" l?" arre?eaeh, m par> el? fr> .01 aa to tejn aarca aititatadiieartowna.andxlherwiae. Alio, in Mmanuri and Arkan ? ^ iru if SHHAPON t< KOt ? ( ORkPOI'NU fr'OIl MUV, INIJ Tlie >mr|iialifted aoiaii*>'|t>r?n thi? ^oar? ha? reeeiraj froni tla* nMioaroui p'tuiM wl?o havanaed it ia an evideare ofita ? upe'iwr value over all ofhr-r *havma ?o,v i ia uae. lor a ipnrk. i' at aji li rrualenl latlier. wh eh will not aty ii|iaii th fare or irrrtala the ?km in Ihe leaat. It m pb*aa.inlly t*rfum< d. nad |ait in a naat aov ared tiot.anaweriait all tt?epaii?o4e? of a ?haviof ho*. price SOrrat per |>?t, lor aaie at hoppprs priAnMArr, dtO-'f Jt4 Broadway, for franklin ft. qio TIIK PI ft! jIC. fi',e?rt'y (Pitcfal f?.r the mrtrrtm M. pled palrmagereeeived fV*?m * frnr-ou? poWb*. ,n?e Ihr oj^i inf of hut eataldix^m^t, th<' ait kmIh i Iwp Ui inform hi? frieoda and lha P'dd R, thai havm* madp ? verale??entt I impoivitnenta in hiara ahltohmeeil, ta now prepaml l>etr?r than evert" furrTah thorn with I ia uniivalled II ta of lb >?r ooa alyb a. ?tr >*?/' fcmppfi Be?V#r*. Yrdlum \app'rl Uwrm *.*) Hmno H at thai oon eataV.br l*<'l ?ad law prw* oflive dollur? iirrinl the In at thro* vrara. theanli?rrtti?>r hna d vat'd hit wnol< allrntion to the manu IWrtttre aad aalo of lait one iiialilv of ka'a. aad three ? vlea of na>, whirh ara amted loth"* wantaaf the it oat laahi'iiaWe and taaty aenil' men o< th? eiaooi'imly. A iit'le reflertion wiH mnvinra any one 'hat Biwi auch a plaa united with the .flnrta of Ihe law! "nrkm. n in th? <Hetntry, prrfor liontn th?' aitir.e rae i??rre|y lad h> be alt'In'd. 1 lie treat ?ua nra. whrh be lai. alt a.ly mei ?ith. .1 m "natralaa thai Mirh iialeeil ia lb? ra?*i and llw a treat r larant e that ?nrh wdl eontmoe to bo the ? rta of fie ?yat'm a.t.n le?l. i? h. Iieva.1 In lw lha ar ?n?e m"n<a now rooipla ? fiir fiif -Itrna a fan aupidy of tin- mart rea tori .tyleaf hat that evertrmerd a rentb>ninn a hna I ? I m A MR IM)N i Wnllund n't** t? WA M l>'? Ht'lt ollit-TinkNtwMiiwwl* mm.Ihr nnmi^Hif th? ?r?w ?h, an-l fi*m* an iliprt g'm?y uppnar inrl. fnthr h*ir F?r ?ato *1 HOrPRR'ft ITtarwirf. .No. IN Bromlwitr. aarne* til KiMklin it. Prtmr 7B IMI< pa' Mtf". ?it-r . STOCK *? A rhiurf ?f '..ntVrM?r? m>H Yarnift M,n'? r?*v and o?H?t Htuck* oj lh?? fwiRMlNHila ?n^ work iml rciTiynl I7 Mn KINOt Ml fMii* ilml ?'wHilw ill fiHiirril r>rirr* a la-ff 'l*n.A>i it? > hit. 1 It It vim nf Tr?ai n<>rt(fl I ritil. wkir'i will pay fmt (ttirtr*Vte"t F.aMM at tlM VftfioU ? uml w.-l?a? ?r?*w. lo' ??'''?'/ , ,t< r O ? ?IfKl.rft ?1 Wall at. Jf .ll UK. IMltiK. A tint ml- aitirlr, f. raato *l*?wfw ami roUll,l>i . . jH> r Dr LKWI# rBt*?:HTWANftrR,3ni?ro?<h?tr.