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VOLUKBII. ?o. 3H. NEW YORK. FRIDAY. MAY 19, 1837. whoieno.hs IVIUMU DAILY ?Y JAMES 0OHDOH BENNETT, At No.'41 Ann *trt*t, itcond door Uloto Nmuau.and oppoeitt the Veelry Room* of the Dutch Reform d Chut ch. TERMS OF ADVER'naiNO.-TfeeextwwtvecuouJaUunofti* Herald, both in ttwn and country, make it a ?uperter cbannni R* aovflrtiaera. POIt TWILVl LIMB*, OR Ll?l. ? tot, 90 M I 4 day*, #1 J5 I I day*, fis7|IOdar?. * ? 75 8 ? ISO M ? ? t 00 II I 00 I 6 - ? 1 T5 I 9 ? ? a 12 I ia ?*1 S K FOB ElOHT LINBf, OR LB??. wee**, ? ? v * #* *0 I 3 ?? 1 n<trWIt 1 3 BO | ? months, PTR-AH advcr iiemonta to l>e paid for before tb?? iRaortioR. AdrenuuwenU inserted in tiie WigRLV URBALD,at#l OB pel square every insertion. An Ini6ii Suicide.?Jemmy Burns and his wile Kate, two children 01 the "green isle of tho ocean," are perfect patter as of domestic felicity, whan Jemmy lets Kate have all her own way, and does neither more nor less than just what she pleases. Things go on merrily, just as long as he submits unhesitatingly to petticoat government. Tho pinnace of life glides smoothly along, without a single billow ef do mestic strife, or broomstick brwiker ahead, while Katy keeps the helm; but when Jonuny Burns gels three sheets in the wind, then look out for squalls. On one of those occasions, when he felt uncom monly mutinous, and words hud almost come to blows, he threatened to put an end to his wretched, hen-pecked existence. This was no doubt his deter a?natisn at night, and, considering die high prices of visions and whiskey, not much te be wondered ut. What has a man to live for, when his wife wears the unmentionables. If Jemmy had ever read the immor tal Bard of Avon, he would have hung or drowned ? ,at once, for? f //?/'twere <ton<-. when 'tis done, then 'twere well v were dime quickly." Jemmy didn't think of that?but went to bed, "to sleep?perchance to dream." When he awoke in the morning, he thought of his last night's purpose, but his courage had oozed oat at his fingers ends. He looked out and saw the sun smiling on the landscape; he looked in and Kate was smiling in his cahiu. If nothing had been said, nothing would have been done. The least that is said in some cases, the better. But, women ia general, when a man has said or done a foolish thing, arc but too apt to remind him of it, and Kate was not slow to allude to the conversation of the previous evening. Jemmy didn't like to take a stump, and determined to put his design in execution, so far at least as to frighten his wife, and astonish his neighbors. He got a rope?made one end fu9t to a beam, tied the other around his waist, and swung of!'. His wife discovered him in this situation. Instead of cutting him down, she ran out and alarmed the neigh bors. All the Patricks, and Philims, and Judys came running it to see the sight, while Jemmy hung sus pended between the heuvens and the earth. Listen ers seldom hear any good ef themselves. "Unlucky fellow, that Jem," said Dennis O'Brien, " but consid ering the state of the currency, it will he a blessing to the community." Jemmy's dander began to rise, but lie kept still, a little longer. "Faith and its no great matiher after all," said Phelini O'Flahertv, "an 'tis a pity to make any bodther about it.'J "Yes," laid they all, "sure, and is'nt it a wonder the state hadn't done'it for him long ago." This wan too much for Jemmy's philos ophy, and the whote lot were thrown, first into a fit of wonder, and then into a convulsive fit of laughter, by Jemmy, whs dealt out such a mess of liish oaths on the whole party, as has not been hoard since the noted town meeting in Tippcrara, when the-devil, dis guised as an orator, commenced a speech, inciting the people to rebellion, and was discovered by a holy friar, who made him forget himself, so that he went on swearing such oaths as made the whole market place look blue three months after. Jemmy lives in peace with Kate, submitting to all the onerous regulations of a petticoat government, none of the mildest. The most indirect allusion to the suicide to him, is sufficient to quell any symptoms of a domestic rebellion. This story teaches several useful lessons, which its readers will undoubtedly havs the sagacity to dis cover. Ton Hnndoome for any thing. Mr. Ferdinand Fitzroy was one oftkone models of perfection of wliich a human father and mother ran produce but a single example?Mr. Ferdinand Fitz roy was therefore an enlv son. He was such an amazing favsrite with both his parents, that they re solved w? ruin him; accordingly he was exceedingly spoiled, never annoyed by the sight of a book, and had as much plum cake as he could eat. Happy would it havg been for Ferdinand Fitzroy could he always have oaten plum cake, and remained a child. 'Never' says the Oreck Tragedian, 'reckon moital happy till you have witnessed his end.' A most beautiful crea ture was Mr. Ferdinand Fitzroy! Such eyes?such hair?such teeth?such a figure?such manners, too ?and such an irrtsistable way of tying his neckcloth! When he was about sixteen, a crabbed old uncle re presented ts his parents the propriety of teaching Mr. Ferdinand Fitzroy the propriety to read and write.? Though! not without some difficulty, he convinced them;?for he was exceedingly rich, and riches in an uncle are wonderful arguments respecting the nurture ofa nephew whoae parents have nothing to leave him. So our hen> was aent to school. He was naturally (I am not joking nowl a very sharp, clever boy ; and he dine on surprisingly in his learning. Tne school master's wife liked handsome children. ' What a genius will Master Ferdinand Fitzroy be, if you take pains with him !' said she to her husband. 'Pooh, ray dear, it is no use to take pains with him.' 'And why. love?' 'Because ne is a great deal too handsome ever to be a schalar.' And that's true enough, my dear I' said the school master's wifs. So, because he was too haudsome to he a scholar, Mr. Ferdinand Fitzroy remained the lag of the fourth form! They took our hero from school. ' What profes sion should he follow?' said his mother. 'My first cousin is the Lord Chancellor,' said his fa ther,' ' let him go to the bar.' The Lord Chancellor dined there that day. Mr. Ferdinind Fitzrjy was introduced to him; his Lord ship was a little, rough faced, beetle-browed, hard featured man; who thought beauty and idleness the same thing?and a parch msnt skin the legitimate com plexion of a lawyer. Ifi'Scnd him to the bar!' said he; ' no, no, that will never do! Send him into the army; he is much too handsome ts become a lawyer.' 'And that's true enough, my Lord!' said the mother. So they bought Mr. Ferdinand Fitzroy a ccronetey in the Regiment of Dragoons. Things are not learned by inspiration. Mr. Ferdi nand Fitzroy had never ridden at school, except when ha was hoisted; he was, therefore, a very indifferent horseman ; they sent aim to the ruling school, and every body liughed at him. 'He is a d-?j ug*' ,md Coronet Horsephiz, who was very ugly; 'A horrid puppy!' said Lieutenant St. Squintem, who %ta still uglier; 'If he do** not ride better, he will rii?graoe the regiment!' said captain Rivalhate, who was very good looking; 'If he does not rids better, we will ^cq| himf aaul Colonel Everdnll, who was a wonderful martinet; 'I aay, Mr. Bumpem well (to the riding-maou*^ ma|tC that youngster ride less like a miller's sack.' ?Pooh, sir, he will never ride better.' 'And why the d 1 will he not ?' 'Bless you, Colonel, he is * great deal too hand some for a cavalry officer! k "Tnif^-said Coronet Horsephi*. j^fejtltf M?d Lieutensnt St. Squintem. And Mr. Ferdinand Fitzroy was accordingly cut. Our hero was a youth ofsnsreptih,tjty_[le ,,U|tlc<j the ? Regiment, and challenged the Colon..I The Colonel was killed! Lionel. 'What a terrible blackguard is Mr. Ferdinand Fitz roy!' said the Colonel's relations. 'Very true,' said the world. The parents were in despair. They were not neh ; but oar hero was an only soa, and they spunged htrfj upon the crabbed old uncle. ' He is very clever,' said they both, 'and may do yet.' So theyberrowed some thousands from the ancle, and bought his beautiful nephew a seat in Parlia ment. w Mr. Ferdinand Fitzroy was ambitious, and desirous of retrieving his character. He fagged like a dragon conned pamphlets and re vie wo?got Richardoby heart ?and notes or the English constitution. He rose to speak. )^bat s handsome fellow,' whispered one member. Ah, a coxcomb,' said another. ev?*do for a Speaker!' said ? third, very audi And the gondemon on th? opposite benches sneered and heared/?Impudence is only indigenous in Mile sia, and an orator is not made in a day. Discouraged by his reception, Mr. Ferdinand Fitzroy grew a little embarrassed. 'Told you sol' said one of his neighbors. ' Fairly broke down 1' said another. ' Too fond of his hair to have any thing in his head, said a third, who was considered a wit. ' Hear, hear!' cried the gentlemen on the opposite benches. Mr. Ferdinand Fitzroy sat down; he had not shone, but, in justice, he had not fa led. Many lirst-rate speakei had begun worse; and many a county mem ber had been delarcd a phcunix of promise upon half his merit. Not so thought the heroes of the corn laws. 1 Vour Adonises never make orators!' said a crack speaker with a wry nose. 'Nor men of business cither,' added the chairman of a committee, with a lace like a kangaroo s. ' Poor devil!' said the civilest of the set. ' He s n deuced deal too handsome for a speaker! By Jove, he is going to speak again?this will never do; we i must cough him down.' And Mr. Ferdinand FUzroy was accordingly cough ed down. Our hero was nowscven or eight and-twenty, hand somer than ever, and the adoration of all the young ladit:7 at Almack's. ' We have nothing to leave you,' said the parents, who had long spent their fortune, and now lived oii the credit of having once enjoyed it. ' N ou are the handsomest man in London; and you must marry an heiress.' 'I will,' said Mr. Ferdinand Fitzroy. Miss Helen Convolvulus was a <.hnrming young lady, with a hare-lip and six thousand a year. To Miss Helen Convulvulus, then, onr hero paid his ad dresses. Heavens! what an uproar her relations made about the matter. ' Easy to see his intentions,' said one; ' a handsome fortune-hunter, who wants to make the best of his person.' 'Handsome is that handsome does,' says another; ' he was turned out of the army, and murdered his colonel.' 'Never marry a beauty, said a third; ' he can admire none but himself.' ' Will have so many mistresses,' said a fourth. 'Make you perpetually jealous,' said a fifth. 'Spend your for tune,' said a sixth. 'And break your heart,' said a seventh. Miss Helen Convolvulus was prudent and wary.? Shesawa great deal of justice in what was said ; and sufficiently contented with liberty and sit thousand a year, not to be highly impatient for a husband; but our heroine had no aversion to a lorer; especially to so handsome a lover as Mr. Ferdinand Fitzroy. Ac cordingly, slie neither accepted nor discarded him; but kept him on hope, and suffered him to get into debt with his tailor, and coach maker, on the strength of becoming Mr. Fitzroy Convolvulus. Time went on, and excuses and delays were easily found ; how ever, our hero was sanguine, and so were his parents. A breakfast at Chwwick and putrid fever carried ofl the latter, within one week of each other; but not till they had blessed Mr. Ferdixand Fitzroy, and rejoiced that they had left him so well provided for. Now then our hero depended solely upon the crab bed eld unole and Miss Helen Convolvulus?the for mer though a baronet and a satir s , was a bankr ranc a man et business?he looked very distastefully at the Hyperian curls and white teeth of Mr. Ferdinand Fitzroy. ' If I make you my heir,' said he, 'I expect you vrill continue the hank.' ' Certainly, sir,' said the ?:ephew. 'Humph !' grunted the uncle, 'a pro.ty fellow for a banker!' Debtors grew pressing to Mr. Ferdinand Fitzroy, and Mr. Ferdinand Fitzroy grew grossing to Mis* Helen Convolvulns. 'it is a dangerous thing,' said she, timidly, ' to naarry a mna so admired?will you always bo faithfulf ' By heaven 1' cried die lover? 'Heigho!' sighed Miss Hulen Convolvulus, and Lord llufus Pumilion entering, the conversation was changed. But the day of the marriage was fixed; and Mr. Ferdinand Fitaroy bought a new curricle. By Apol lo, how handsome he looked in it! A month before the wedding day the ancle died. Miss Helen Con volvulus was quite tender in her condolence?AC'heer up, my Ferdinand,' said she, 'for your sake I have discarded Lord Kufus Pumilion !' ?Adorable condescension,' criod our hero; 'but Lord Rufas Pumilion is only four feet two, and has hair like a peony.' 'All men arc not so handsome as Mr. Ferdinand Fitzroy,' was the reply. Away goes our hero to be present at tha opening of his uncle's will. '1 leave,' said the testator (who, 1 have before said was a bit of a satirist,) 'my share of the bank, and the whole of inv fortune, legacies excepted, to'?(bete Mr. Ferdinand Fitzroy wiped his beautiful eye with a cambric handkerchief, exqisiiely brode,) 'ray natural son, John Spnggs, an industrious, pains taking youth, who will do credit to the hank. 1 did once intend to have made my nephew Ferdinand tny heir; but so curling a head can have no talent for accounts. I wont iny successor to be a man of business, not beauty; and Mr. Ferdinand Fitzroy is a great deal too handsome for a banker; his good looks will, no doubt, win any heiress in town. Meanwhile, I leave him, to buy a dressing case, a thousand pounds.' 'A thousand devils,' said Mr. Ferdinand Fitzroy, banging out of the room. He flew to his mistress. *he was not at home. 'Lies,' says the Italian pro verb, 'have short legs; bat truths, if thev arc unplea sant, have terribly long ones. The next day Mr. Fei- | dinand Fitzroy received a most obliging nete of dis missal. ' I wish you every happiness,' said Miss Helen Con volvulus, in conclusion?'but my friends are right, you are much too han .'some for a husband!' And the week after, Miss Helen Convolvulus be came Lady Kufus Pumilion. 'Alas! sir,' said the bailiff, as a day or two after the dissolution of Parliament, be was jogging along with Mr. Fe-dinand Fitzroy, in a hackney coach, bound to the King's Bench, 'Alas! sir, what a pity it is to take so handsome a gentleman to prison!' ('0\KK("liOKAR Y. rr A C\RI>.?-To the Ladie* of New Yerk.? \ new thinff r*|>rf?xlv iMMferlarrd for il??* ladir-at (iltKOORY'M whole ?ale ?ml mail Conh-ctioaafy Store, No. 131 William street, N. York, and i? aoM whnlrwl*or rrtail liy no other rxnmn in thi* my. VAlflLLA fmm Candy, a new, verynrth and eiou* article, i* now hereby submitted to the ludymrrit ami p* irnnaire of the New York ritiaen* ami the nulilie in general, and ettpeeiallv the ladie*, who are said tohrtnehe?t Judge* or the ?weet* of life; ami a* a " aweet without a Idtler," the Vanilla Cream Camlv ?tand? nre-eminent N. I*, (hi hand, ami rmptantlv manafar luring. a general aa aortnient of Candle- for the Month and Weatem market*, at the lnwe?t wbolraalr prire, ami warranted to keep in any rlimate. No charge for bn*??, park inc. or cartage to any part of tlie ri> ty, mrf Im-y JW. ??A \ NIC No. 3 Park Row, iim nnaned a mfcitiMf . where gentlemen ran at all time* be?npptied with the eery be?t ami rlniceat ariicleatbe market afford*. The liquor* are of the l,i -1 kind-, an.'1 having spared neither pain* nor eapenae in fitting up lit* ? Malduhtmnt, he hope* to *hare a portion of the ptthlir patronage. Ordinary from I to 4 o'clock. Oy*t< ra tervetl np In every ?tylo. *-"> 1 klfp'ARe M Of TIIK. FVK?l?R. llJJllff, fifl^ IP I.IMT, ami Proft **or of the Anatomy ami Dwinri ol the human eye. Office, .mil Broadway. Private entrance in Duane afreet m2l If I kti rc II HCT I'KNi?w kerafnraafrfcy I# II 4IIT W AN K HIRbflAIA, Rroker* and Commission Merchant*, W It M Water street apIO _ Ht V<lFf?%tf,K Htustc.?New and fashionable en ?raved Mnair for the Pianoforte and Flnte, at 3 rent* a P-me f r MORRIffON'S PIIJ.S?The genuine Hygeian I nivrr ?al Medicine of the British College of Health. Pin ket* from Jfi eentato |f|. Bold at MRM. KINO'S Old Stand, 141 Fulton *t, near Broadway. R j ?"MY* ffrhlm prime Orange ronnty dairy, 31** WW <10 wrat-m do; in do Butch. For ?ah? hy a i._*. ? HARTMAN k hlROMAM,, brokers * v ommiasion Merchant*, SO and M Water street myS III II J4 tweoivoff, ? rappfy of Mark*' ^ celebrated rnlored Toys. They are offered to the trade on the mk favorable teraw, Wy PI fc. mum, IN Broadway PKlRTi NTHKBT HOUSE REBUILT, NO. MK PEARL STREET This *paeioas eatatolishtnent t* enlarged, siikIerected upon its former site,hi the ceutre <>1 the commercial operations Of the city, inrrouded t?y more than 500 entirely new lire proofstores ami warehouses,occupying the ground of the great conflagration. Tins Hotel, fronting upon Pearl ana Water street, is arranged uj*>n a new and most improved plan, with a spacious exchange room ; extensive .li ning parlors; large and airy sleeping roamscommodious Imtli ing rooms j steam piwrr to elevate a supply Ot water to the upper story, and for other ptirjtoses| together with every con venience required to promote the health and comfort of the hoarders. A constant guard is also employed to keep every partot the premises in order aud security, Alderman Peters, the owner, boispured wo expense to render tliis building, Ixult in extent and style of architecture, equal, it not superior, to any commercial Hotel in this country. This House is now furnished complete in modern style, and re-open ed 11th March, IH.37. The proprietor* respectfully solicit the patronage of its old customers and the puidie generally. JOHN M. FLINT, J. 1). W. WHIT \LL, mlMui Proprietor*. HPHE CLE'iK'S (lUHlEi oil. COMMERCIAL a. COUREHPONOENt! E.?Comprising letters of Introduc tion, letters of credit and general business, with formsof Hills, Invoices, Hills Parcels, Bills of Exchange, Account Sales, Equation of Payments, an Explanation of CoinnmrciHl Terms, and Advice to young Merchants and Trach smen, with rtcartl to the general management of huainess; by B.F.Foster, I'rin cipal of the New York Commercial School; author of a Trea tise on Book-keeping,kc., 1 vol. 12mo. pp. 250. Ju?t publi-h ed and for sale by C. SHEPAHl), 189 llrondw av. I i At a trifling cost, we have here what should lie consider ed tobe an indispensable companion to every junior Clerk in Commercial or Agency establishments. It will be found ser viceable to all as a hook of reference and instruction. a7 S J lAIIJIVEIC.s WAKE HOI ME, 1^4 William " street.?The subscriber hav ing ju-t re|urn. d from London, where he has succeeded in making the most advantageous ar rangements witli hie brother, for a regular supply of all articles in his line, is now prepared to oiler to the trade, a superior as sortment of Staple arid Fancy Stationary, of the hi st quality, and on lower terms than any house in the city. Genuine Reeves and Newmans water colors, drawing paper*, tissue papers, letter papers, and every description of English n?ers, sealing wax, steel pens, Ac. le also continues to manufacture the Patent Ivorv Surface PI ay ing Cards, enamelled Visiting, and gi Id border Cards, co lore. I papers, ever point leads, Ac. L. J. COHEN. rpilfc NKRCHAFTi OKPltACniML AC I cot NT ANT?Being a series of mercantile accounts, in which the merchant is introduced into business, and carried through its various vicissitudes, both prosperous and adverse; in single and partnership business, with an improved merchants Journal The principles drawn from actual experience; to which are added tables of moneys, weight*, and measures, of the commercial world. Fifth edition, hv Thomas II. Goodrich, Accountant. Just received and for sale to tlte trade, or at re tail very low, hy C. HUE PAUL), 189 Broadway. YVooi>* CAKPENtEHI)' At MECHANIC* VY TOOL STORE, corner of Chatham am and Chambers st., N. Y.?T. J. W. has constantly for sale an excellent assortment of the tollnwing: Saws of every description, stocks and bitts, augurs and bitts, patent sett saws, eallipper* arid dividers, turning and firmer clwsels, and gouge*, screw plate*, stocks and d.cs, hammers, ases, adr.es, bevels, gutter-, spirit level*. bur nishers, spoke shaves, circular saws, turnout !?????'?, yi'"-'s, mea suring tapes, drawing Inst wood ls?xes lor cutting screws of all sin-s, rales, files, drill rows, cutting nippers and pliers, mitre squares compasses, saws, pads, oil stones, draw knives, plane irons, iron and steel squares, hollow augers, draw ing screw tools, Slit-tier'* patent augers, cabinet makers clamp-, Copper glue |M>ts, blow pipes, Ac. 1 j' A large assortment of Planes, manufactured by A. A C. Baldwin, New York. mJl-3m* ACAH.G.?S. W. BKYHA.M respectfully informs his friends and the public that he has completed the enlarge ment of his Saloon attached to Ins Bowery Steam Confection ary, lor tin-better accommodation ot ladies and gentlemen, on a much more iq ved plan, ami it i- now reopened for the ' seasoi s W, B. urn- thanks for th? very lilx-rnl patronage ' he has her*' ore experienced, and pledges himself tnat every -h .. ].;.,i|t -ecure to hlsfrieudsa respectable and ety, ;is h.-<>:. ii.e delicacies as thev come in season, l e-cr? am* S Water. M. ad, Leuionad*,Coffet,Pics, ive, Ac. Ac. I ('niifectionaries manufactured a- tt>ual, on the improved prin ciple, at the How i\ Steam Confectionary, No, 2IB Bowery, directly opposite to Rivington strict. 8. W. R KYIIAM. fl8-tf TIIE Jf tUNOTH CHEKflE E Alt M F'lR SALE.?The tub-criher otfer-for sale the splendid Farm of Colonel Timi lite-8. Mear bam, situate in the town ot Sandy t reek, two and a half miles from tie- village of l'iila-ki, O* >. ego County. The. farm contain* almufMA acres, 70ttof w hich is under a very liitrn -tate of cultivation. The subscriber has w hesitation iii rmmmmeniBng it a-one of tin best farms in the t i.ited Stales. On the premises is six g ml dwelling houses, fkve of which are newly painted and In good repair: five large bams; one saw mill. and various other bit tidings; in all amount ing .<> twenty ortlilrty. It also contains seven orchard* of the cho?ce*t kind of frti.t ; three spring* of good water, out of wfakh the water i* enameled through lit houses and yards by aqueducts, and two never failing streams of water. Tlmre was pastured on said farm la* season 2.JI lu-ad of cattle, ten iK.rset and forty sheep. There wn- raised on said farm, last ?rasoa, over MO tons w hav, beside* a large quantity of wlieat, rye, corn, Ac. and also .na.h-fiooo worth ?>f cheese. Tb? proprietor, hnvn.g accumulated a handsome tort tine on said farm, ofl'ers it at a tow price and ea?v terms. For furtlw-r particular*, inquire of T. A. I)W IOHT, 7 Nax-aa st. N. ft. It desired, it will be divided in iota to suit purchaaeit. a25-lm NEW WOIt K S ? Memoir* of tie Lite of Sir Waller Scott, Bart., bv 1. Q. l.ocUhnrt, part first; JnrJ; Hrag, by Theodore Hook, authorM Having* niul Doing*, this rlav pub lislie.k l-i.r *ale by C. MIIKPAKD, No. Big Krtu.lway. aSMw (JKIIHRit NILVKK.-Fi-li and Imltt-r Kim.-*, fa ? gar Tonya, 8;xmiis, Forks, and Ladles, of various fmtterns, all of ?tt|?erK>r quality, and warranted wrought for safety the manufacturer. The subscriber orig oallv introduced tliealxive wnre, arxl ha* been *>tal>li?hed nearly Ave years in this city, ami was awarded the first premium for (be lie* specimen- of Genmm Silver Goods, hv the American Institute at their late Fair. German Silver C..flin Plates engraved at on< Usir'* notire. Prir* ? lroiti $1 2-S fRch, pntrrnttnjf influilcii N. H. Ttie prireanfthe alxive articles are stsiul 75 percent, cheaper than the real silver. W M. CHARhkla*, Miumfacturer, tl Clark-on street, ntvl 1m* Between Varick and Hudson street. PA Ml* EMIIItOIHF.lt I F.S. Ju*t received, a splendid assortment ofrape*, collar*, pelerines,shlntltetts. Ac., the newest style and mOst fashionable pattern-, imported this ?(?ring. Also, a great variety of linen cambric handkerchiefs ami Cuff*; an extensive-locks of infant embroideries of every de scription, I rock", robes, frockwaists, linen cambric caps arxl trimmings, Ac. Also, I ca?e children*' cmfaroitfert d satin .iane dre?*u-? ; seve ral caws S.-otch ami Km'li-h cape* ami rtdlars, d- c. A large selection ot Kntdidt and French thretel laee- black blonde pele rine*: a splendid "lock of black and white lace shawls; black and while lace veils, acty rich, Ac. Ac. Ladies asal genileinen w lx> w i?h to purchase any of the alxvve would And it their Inter*; to call and examine the ?trx It which tliev will find are carefully selected from the h*-st markets. The anhscriber, from the exten-ive patronage he ha* receiv ed, and -till continues, feels no hesitation In 'nyiog the goods are tlie cheapest In this city, w|io|e-ale and retail. TIIOM ttt COGIfRAJV, tM Catharine at., a22-lm* anil 191 Bowerv, three doors alxive Hpring st. (1HKAT RARflAn*.-An eitrnwir [a*ortmenl ?( ? Silk ami t otton Hi>4rry. together w ilh a l?rr?' ? illmrm nf Kinliroid'rics r?n?i4inir (if raj* ?, collar*, (icllcrim *, ranar rnuve, Aaharctfe*, infant* rolics, w ai?t? ami rap*, l>*?li?? folanii caji*. lace shawl*: merino itnlutiiileretl, rebru ami brocbe, do. vcrv rirh; I hroad ami hobbinett |?re?, insertinsr* and cdtrin!**, needle work d aw itiapi ami scollop ???It11>???.: ii**) noodle work'd ami landlord band*. plain ami fnr???i *wm mn?hn?, ImnI lm??, pane* and ?al< t v rhain*. needls *. 'I? ? i Ides, rnkl ?il vcr ami Wool ltwdkin?, hair pin?, *ri*aor*; white and cord satin, iraii?e ami lustring rildiona, all wtdtlwt gentlemen* ami ladies lM>r*i skin gloves, ladu * plain ami njwn wrki-d silk and cotton frlint? ?, pi I II 111.1 tip11re I - Ik*; Irwli j?.p|in?,|in. n,*dk anil cotton MUtdkerrktef*. luce apmm. Hlark ami wliit?< kmc and irum trfilt and scarfll; V4 black ami while plain ami figured hioud*, ilaiaaged at tlie lata Arc, 9J Bnwrry. ***y * hi >k Ic llata fi. r < ??li ist W ho Iran It- Prlrti, No. ."SB Rmailwav, corner nf Anthony street, til story. f'nlrnnrt miy nf ttrmt in UrMWimy. THE tukvrilirr lw?ia( np nril a Wan mnta lor Ikrulrnf lint* id tic very lw**l finality ami latest fashion* -tillable for the riMr rrtail trade. would ro?pertfullv Inform hi* friend* and the public m general, that they will Ami at the almvc ???tahlidt merit a Iresli and foidiioualtla art trie not rirdlnl kv ?nv ? ?t t hli*hment in the city, and at a ?li*rnnnl upen each single hat, which will a?fnni*h all wlm hare been accustomed to pay I If u?uai heavy retail rates which the proprieton* <d high rent* ami extravagant Aatnre* have lieen obliged in a?h, la onlcr to meet current nartm, he. Wholesale onler* strictly attended to, and dewier* at a ilia lance may rely upon their nriler* Item* filled with punctuality and despnteb. N. B. In prm-en* of manufacture, arid will lie ready in a day nr two, the " nv piu* ultra maleskin Bi aver llal," which for hrilltunry of finish and rk hmw* of aptK-ntaacr cannot !?? ?ur pawed J. CT KIT ART. At private ?ale. ami will l?e rcadv for in?t>ectk>a on Thursday the I nth in*t. a i?t nt tine nil (Minting*, brought lioni Mnutb America, ami never liefore ?een in tlii* country. RBtl^lnr .f ? ft VI BIT I WO I WD 19 TO MM (' A It ?>*, engraved in a ?ii|>erior ?tvle, and printed with the utmost neatne** Per ?on* ftirni?hln'.' their own Copper Plate*, can have them print ed on the mod approver! fa?hiottnlile rtyn* of card*. The latest fashion* received, anil an invoice of ?n perior Ena melled Card*, expressly for Visiting Card*, winch for hri llian cy of poli*h cannot he rtrelled. nMerrhani* ami *torc keeper* anpplied with Card*, either Copper plate or letter pre**, at a few hour* notice. Card* at Home and for Private Parties, kr. Specimen* to tie ?ecn and all order* promptly eiecnted at VAi.ENTINE'S Enyravinr. Printing, and Fashionable Vi*it my ?ml Btore Card Establishment f) John street, corner of William. ay34 Im Ct||IM>HKIk<!9 rr.OTIIIWO,?The sutwcriheis y keep i nndantly on hand ane*|en*ive aaaorimmlof child ren's clothing, made In the moat fashionable style, which they will sell on very reasonable t km*, at whnte?*liaer retaH. all 3ra* OKU. A. IIOTT k CO., 14 lowery, N. T. PIOMKER FAST LINE VIA RAIL ROAD AND CANAL TO P1TI>BI Roll. Leaves the H'e,tcheater Home, corner Broad nod K^ce itreets, dmhj tU ti o'clock. The Boats :u?d Car* used upon ilti- Line, are ol the very h?"l description, having been built expressly tor the accommodation ofpu-sengers, and are iku surpassed by any i? the<ou! . y-,,.ir Tbi? is llie only Packet line iliat runs on tin Itailioad to Hur risburg. 'herein- saving Rn miles of canal travel, and rea< bin. Pittsburgh in three days and a bull, iietead ol lour ati.i , luili. as was (ori.erly Ibe cu*c, when they went by Columbia, and '' Voi-'- jie?d'andcom1'<>rt this line is not excelled by any other I'loseie'ers to 'Cincinnati, Louisville, Natch,-*. \ idiville, St. Loui*. VC.. will always b.- certain <>t bemjr jak'-n on.without delay, as thin line connects nv itU the bouts at Ptu*l?ur?-n? carry* ''' Por*-eab-'app 1V at '.the north east corner ol' ddi and Chesnut Sts Hid at No 2lin Market st. cornel lid and vv ill.ivy .(?. dint <u ne>. sasj A u ( L \i.Mi\t;s, Agent. Philadelphia, May 0. __ LO N C< ISLAM) It AIL HOAIL ^ ftk ' .V On anil finer the 1st of Mav. the Lars w ill run a- follow - Leave llicksville, 1 Leave Jamaica, ; l'\'V 7 o'clock, A. M. ! 1 1 "to clock, A. M. ? on ?> k, A. ? 11 " I si J, .. a n P. M. t 3-t ,4 P. >1. I ?? On Snmlavs the 11 and I o'clock trade will be on. itlml. Passenger* w ill be received and ielt m tie- I I "W nv 1 ' vi'.i W estbury, C.'lew'sv'ilje, I). Lai icy Avenue, l ...on t ours., Wvcotl 's Lane, and Hedtor.h ., , .,?? Tickets can be bad at the various 1 l thir l urni- . who take seats without them will he char, ? my 1-if . ? ? i .. ? ^ l.j.mi \ |, It A \ Y ?From the toot ? s l-r -I.-The < II AM PLAIN* this mo-1. SiWBHat-ing at 7 o'clock. The ALBANY tomorrow at 1 llu. of Cnnlaml, .t. , The It. L. STEVENS this afternoon at no dock. The NORTH AMF.RH A mow afternoon at ?> o v In, k. NOTH'K.-AII "1-. freight, Imc/at"', banu bills, aped .or miv other kind of property, taken, puww l?| I mats of this line, .met he at the risk ot the ovv ners nt siu proods, trciirht, baggairt*, &c. _ ?? KL IV A It It VM'I' M E. N r. . FOR NF.WBMtOII.-La.idmi: aji Laid T k= '? well's and We.t Point.The.teainhoat IIIOH Ni liffia^gg^.a I. ANDER. I apt. It War.lrop, w dlh'.ive lie foot of Warr.-I, s.ree. evrrv Monday. Thursday^nd >?binl;..v afternoon at 5 o'clock. Returning KV? Vridn'v after day morning at 6 o clock, and every I . further notice.? noon at .V o'clock, commencing M?;v 1 P'or height or passage, applv t",'h? , 11^ K Nowhurgh. ,?V ? irnr .^Vk.AV l-OH T A N ,. PBO N C ENC K ?Prom Peck Slip, E. R. I he I III It I I Cap. Vanilerbilt, ? ill leave on Monday afternoon, May 2fJ. at 5 o . lo< k. The Lexington will arrive at Prov idence m ..me .or pas.se,, gers to take the 7 o'clock morning tram ol tars tor Boston. For further information nKiuire on hoank^ot,^ f N. B.?All persons are forbid trusting any one on accound>t the* a!?ove brmt or o\vri??r?. r- 1^55 r ptm if vIM FOUII - *?> Peck Klin E. R.?The steamboat CLEOI ATRA, Capt. Reynold-, wil leave tomorrow (?atui Stages will leave Lyme ,Bacon's Landing,) for New London, imme.liataly on the arriv al of the C iTl-o-itivelv no freight received after b4 o'clock. For fur ther information Inquire on hoard.or of S )ut|i X H ?.All ja-rsons are forbid trusting any one on account the aimve boat, or owners. _ NT E A Mini A T|S A \ l? I ?K AH I hSr i. t %t' k El) It A THE I?LI) LINE COMBI . L ulii i I III \ vi'ioN ?If the pulilic do not wisl. to pay al4 for tlour amt'fJ or 91 pa-sage u. Albg.iv, tome to llie rescue of the Sandusky. The Did l.ine monopoly have a multitude of hired slanderers, and every infamous lal-. ho,h4 i- uttered by tl.ein to prevent pa-ei,ger? going in tin HftiMluNkT. ihf i*? ?'Iiturly ikfwly titleil up? ll:^ Ih-i fat!>!?* find gentlemanly treatment. Leave for -Albany *1"^' Thur-day, and Saturday, at 5 odock, I. M. hare, on. dod ir. niv18-21' "XS?HOI SE TO LET, OR FOR SALE ?Th. new n,o C,.a den, limit three st'srv Ikuim- in Oth at. a few door- . a-t o Broadway, Uiug the middle ot the three houses just fmi-lied. This house i- tin:-lied In III. I?e?t inauner, with all the modem improvements, and po-ss -mn can !>?? had imniedi ately Apply to <i. CL ARK, 130 Water street. mylB-isH ^ ?? ? , to LET Tl.re, - part)ofth< h >e, No fST!? 12 Sixth Avenue, suitable fora -mallfamily. Two hand " mi- |?_ ? the -crond story, with inarl.le mantle nieces, sliding doors, ajid a balcony in trout. Three rooms ou the third -torv, ainl two liclrooms in tl? garret. A large yard with a gnodsnpplv of w ater. Situation healthy and rent mo derate. Apply on the premise-, third stary. myin zw M'l'O LET?The store, -eend, third, tv fourth floors, of the first . In-, building. No. -H A.m. .. t.nr-i.-f. or together. The store and mid door are handsome ly slielv.nl, well adapted for an auetione. r or any respectabl husiiiess retjuirme "".in. ....lford in the rear, PtMUesaion immediately, apply h> W. Samlloni, ui in r or to W. Fuller J , M., iiio T.K I'- The fkorr known ?? No 1 !?> M.u.lc,, from Pearl jree. Lately. Inquire *11*4 Pearl st. l-?-y TO I.KT-The wlM.leof the second ?tnrv of the r.'.Vi Hou" No. 37 Courtlandt -tre..t, either to a small mw-c JiaMstable family w ithout children, t<> artUls, or h?r ???ces. The floor contains two large rooms, well lighted, with nrc plaess. and cl.oet.; besi.les two large closet, that have been used s- l?edrooinv Applv -m tie- premises. mvH itv M'I'R LKT-sl Ear Rockaw av - ? two dorv House, suitable for an exten-ivc hoarding Emse. with a new barn, a well and IKimpof excelh n water, and two acres of laud enclosed With o.na.ncutal and ots.'r g?l fence. It is situated w ill,in a carter ol a ,nde.d the lieacli, and near to the Marine Pavill.on. [ ' P can he viewed at any time, and ten... known on aim In atton to th.- sultscrilier on the premise.. SAML. R. ?? N"? rtt.N. my4-tf . 5?| r? M'l O I.KT?A hack building in ? central sitnatH ii, either as a stalde or workshop. Apply at SnBrnn*l W1y* - ? TiZja , Mf() bKT?The large and eomoKelions II ??<? No. A II*.v stn-et, suitable for a fioanluig bouse on an exten sive - ale. Apply to .All-. R. N. fJotigh, on the pr.-mi NPLKiiDIU EXHIBITION OK NEW PLOW ERS.?Tie- subaw rilterhaanow in Ins gardens the r t ,.i ta rh Colic, t.on ol ?erainuiu?ever seen in Amer ica, ami for -ale at verv low price- suitable to the times. Ill new American ? edlmg Os .anlum- ami Bahliea, will Is found equally lM.autiftil to anv of the European im|??rt.sl vanetiev tl.cse cannot In- seen or had t-U? whera. Now s the tune t<, *?.< iheOcramuros, while in full Moom. WI, is and red M -? Ros, ,,, ~.t. 91 to 7? cent* cash?other deuce garden pUnts am ro JT equally l"W. Orders delivered in New. A ork fr?-C ol d argr W. ItrWKLL. Florot. Ac ?sr of Jav mv 17-31' and W.lloughby st*. Brooklyn, L 1. 4 -I'M K % A I.L, NTOIIUART A C<?.. N<?. N Courtlandt street, ln-g to intonti the tru.le tlwt Uwty bwe rei.Kived from No. fi < o.irtiandt street to the also r larp. and elegant new More, w here tbrv have on hand ami arc constantly receiving, fresh supplies of llalters lush an T Ahep'bmry colored Plushes, for ladies' Ixvui.et*, whirl, U,ey will s?-il ?ni accomtmwlatlng terr?K ? ?. ,,3.v Itats, t ajw. Blocks, and Htnck Kmnies, at wbrdesali ?12 v Ik A P K It H A NUINUfr-IH tN t l" KTI. BT A M M ERB I le g I. SVC re.p. ctlaUy to . all the attention "f their friend, ami die public generally, to their new ami elegant as^wttneiit nfgondsj,i?J re--e,ved and o,K?ing at tlwlr new store. No *13 Pearl stre.t, between Frankfort ami Hague .(reets. t V?*1'"' ami dealers will flml. at tlo-ir estahh.bmcnt, *' **"*''?' k where els,. u? be met with, in add,tarn to their entire m w .to. k s?>. ?5J* wsisrwtfSiitssatf te en trusted to bis eare. . - - , a i \ i it k MPI't.l Etl AT WHHLEBALE M ritVt ?B ?ro Til' I AlHEB -T. MORC.AV 1? 12 .1 ?i. , to inform the ladies ot N. York ami Its ?'T . J tm, he l.a'h,^ " .ve,l. per recent arrivals, the newt SeVmrV^?,td:.-r,.,.c,,t Xgnodi ever -ff-red in tin. rlEieganl Printed Masliwj. of dor most novel designs. the drew of Ifl yards, among 1 rrX^?^eV,;ck W^ "dhs. *? right shillings per yard, never offered in this city uiidct shilling*- , . Rg.lK.iM in endless variety. . . . A full and clmicc assortnu-nt of rich figured ate I Bilks and Patina. ... J ? t..r Is tisl per <lo?.en plain and embroidered Hosiery, tor ' Russia Diapers ami Table Lin- ns. I case of Gibson'srelehrared Irish Linens. 4 rartonsol Enibmldnriea. . h a large Uraperv Muslins, In every ? vie. mC ^ The special agent. h?f ''"W' J , ,iriimn,| thU Me I been oblige,fin . ?t the cilV, to ap lioPPER e^rnrr Broadway and Frank ft n stn^?. ms< Beekman ami WiU.am street-, age... for this Ml si "re _ , . , ssj.T. ?-o. "????sv)r(rj;Vs.:T.N?.,n'cs. TUB NEW YORK HERALD, A DAILY AND WIIILY NIVIPAPIL DliTrRIBUTION and aUBrtCHinSION.?The Daily Ha ALi n ipriPfl to.itiHrrHipn in the city, ri'fuJuly every nomine, fipuuilay,) at the rule of rw o cents per copy, payable wmJui Ui adcmttcr to tilt. Newsmen. Country 8uh*cri*>cni in a part ofthc Tinted Mlau* or in Cana da. euu resetve the DAILY HbKAl.lt, tiy aw / ? ,i?c r?c w lit#* Qfntt per copy, on remitting cash iu advance?for ?u?h d period of time as they please. The Wbkkly Hbbald. ronluminc alJ the matter of the dady, 1 ?vol i,y mail, at thhbr dollaka i>cr aiuiuia, in adpanc*. lo th thy it is sold at the office ut *ix cents per copy. Letter* tethe P.,til or to be PMt pa,d. 22?& ?--rjfe. OLD EST A HLIhii kD PACKET OFFICE, VI No. PEARL STREET. flMIE Ti ipiietonliave, ,i? |ui|c(l their additional nrranjje 1. incuts for tin- ili s|tai, I, ,,f ,xtra sprint; ships, to h ave Li >erjiool iii tin* mouths oi February, March, and April. Pcrsonx de*troU*of scuding for tin ir trw-ial- should make enrly appllea lion. In doing so, they ? ..... detention, delay, and dis appointment. All will In- entitled to ? free tin?in the steamersruiiniutr from tin- ,1 ill ,, .,t i?,rts in lieiand, Scotland, and Wale*. Draft* 1 - u?u t1 on the Rank of Ireland, payable in ?ry province, eottnty, nn<l inland tow. Apply or address ;IS4 Dili ti LAS ROBINSON in \ t . Pearl at. DOT ROBINSON iV BROTH Kits, bunkers, Liverpool 1.5tf ROBINSON ,g t ??., Diililin, ssi M M ? FREIGHT AMU PtsSAtiKFROJI I.IVF.R POOL. T i remedy the inconvenience occasioned to shippers in Li pi hil, by ninny of the recent ve*- i la having abut out goods, ttis-y are requested to observe that in addition to the eight extra spring ships previously organi/.od l>v the Robinson Line, tl,. follow oil' select conveyance- nre eie'ii'.' ?? I. in order to adord evr rv fncility with ;j greater frcqu* in v ol deji irturc, vix; rtiWllATTA.V, xi tons, < apt. McTurraa <? \KDIN EH. Sdti fnpt Jackson, MAN* ULSTER, A70 ? apt. I'alton, it A.I AH, AS I (apt. Bliss, CALEDONIA, (new,) 7tJJ ?'apt. ROBINSON, Inrw.i 7 J t'apt. IIKNHY KNKKI.AND.SUU < apt. Harding MATTAKKKSKT, tit ( apt. Drew, BURLINGTON, bio t'.apt <i. J. Prince, SYLLKRIK, --J Cut A Hunter ANN HALL, "71 t'Hpl. Jackson, KI'TTSSOFE, Alii Tnpf. Newton, l.KVANT, 3d? Cant. Parsous. To passengers giving a pt'< lerence to this line tliey are very respectfully informed it is the intention nt this company to do away with the present confused system of bringing out passen gers, a Hi I for (instead of the present steerage) fore and all cats in-, after the principle of those much admired and jMiwerful si, aiucrs -n sucees?tully employed on the Liverpool ami Olus <r,,w station. Applv or address UtM Pearl street. lMirtiLAS ROBINSON v I'll. HOB IN SON B KOTII Kits, Liverpool, all ROBINSON v 1 o. Dublin. PArssAt.P. I'D A \D FiiDM THE C N IT E l> KIMUDOMOFUIlFiAT BRITAIN AND IKE LAND. M M M . M Weekly conveyance bv the Robinson's Line. Tlie proprietor* resjiectfiillv inlbrni their many ami very numerous frieud* tliat the tinilernieiifiiiiii'il extra spring .VJist.ks JANE WALKER. K,J 1 h ? M \Rti.\ltHT, LOMiRl.SS, Htl.l.KKIK, M ATTAKI SET, l.KVANT, S LOCUM, have been engaged to supply the berth, in order to ensure and guarantee additional facilities, comforts, ?nd despatch. Omits as usual 011 tlie bank of Ireland and the Itobinson U Co., O11I1 1111. on tin- National Hank, and all Its branches, ot which Daniel O'Connell, Esquire, is the governor. The rates of pussage have been for some lime past very coiisideraldy reduced, nnd the company tender a free passage to all wherever the steam boats run to: tlie proprietors dcein it worthy of noticing that. t vear. I83n, they sailed from the port of Liverpool lor the las. . . _ alone, sixty vessels of tlie large-! class, being on an average of one ship for every six days, a great accommodation, as it pre vent- detention and delay, -o verv seriously complained of by I hi?eng?rs w lio engage with establishments having only occa sional opportunities- Apply or address rg}t Pearl st. DOUGLAS ROIIINSON, New York. ROBINSON BROTIIKRS, LiverpooL 1*2?f ROBINSON fc CO., Dublin. PAaaADK KltllM I ?? ELAND AMD ENGLAND, ? in opportunities every live or six day*, by way of Liverpool. \K' 11 Tl JS& ^fg> Til K- ROBINSON'S I.IN'K, with remittance*, nuwipy or dfr?, i'|icck?, awl hunk |m?t notes, sailing on the 1st, nth, 16th, and 2titli of every month The proprietor of tlx- Rohinaon Line very kindly r?surn thank* to tl??-ir ninny nml wiiMy eilendeil friends, for the eth rient and able *up|nvrt tliey have received for so many yearn pact; and at the same time feel grul i tied in having it in their power to announce that they have, in consequence of many lieavy ?hipin>'nt?of ?t?erie, de|.,i?ited In their credit in thehanks of Ireland and Kiiglaud, have been enabled to extend and aug ment very materially their arrangement* with the moat opu lent and wealthy banker*, for the payment of their draft* on pre?.-ntalion. A* rcgtirda tie* agent* for the attention of lie' ttohlnson* pas senger*, through Ireland, they at least poa*e?a twine sty, proluty. ansliiilcgrlty ; have been selected a- restMiiwlble. wise, niwl in telligent hnsines* men, wlto will earefnllv attend to the collec tion ot'dehLs or other business w here efficient power* of attor ney have been remitted. Pa?s.-ngcr* studying their conve nient, should prefer (hi* line. In doing so, they w ill avoid making contracts w ith people having no agencies either in Dublin, Liverpool or elscw here, and whose only feeling, after receipt of money, has and will lie to gain a per rentage on amount of passage, reckless of all other eons4ajuences. Application for remittances and passages should be directed 331 Pearl street. Dot Of. As ROBINSON 4. rtl. New York. ROBINSON k. BROTHKits, hanker*, Liverpool. woaivsn v t CO. Dublin. myJO tf I-'OB Hi ht,, r KOM \ . 111 an, ?The w>-U knov n fust .ailing hist class packet -**?-hip THOMAS b ANIKLM, Captain bavnlson, will sad as almve, and ran liandsomely Beeomin?wlate a few cabin, *e cond cabin, and steerage passengers, if immediate application is made on board, foot of Dover street, or to RAH SON t Mi Ml RR AY, | mvt2 Corner ot I'ine and Mouths. PARK AUK KIOIM COIt K . 1)1 M Kef! The well known t.i-t sailing ?hip TRY AtlAIN.Cap tain Haycock, will positively sail in July, and will he Comfortably fitted up for passenger*, who will be engaged on reasonable terms, if early applicatinn he made to RAH RON 1 M- Ml RRAY, a26 Corner of Pine ami South street. I* ASS AO K FOR LIVERPOOL. Tin packet .hip I'olt || ITTAN, laying at Dover wharf, w ill he promptlv despatched, and can very enmtortahly take a few cabin ami steerage passengers. This np|>ortunity presents In pmnt of speed and safety, a convey mice second to none. Oralis as usual on lie- Rank of In land, and llohinson k Ca, Dublin | on Liverpool, lloliiii-oii llroihers, Ranker*. Apply 354 Pearl street, New York. my3 DOITGLAN ROBINSON It CO. iv VOHK MFK INMIcTa.NCK AMD TRI ST COMPANY.?Persona mav ilfri insurance* with this Company on their own live., or the hves of other*, and eitherfor the whole duration of life, or for a limited pert oil. The payment* of premium may lie either made annually, or in ? pros. sum. Premium" on One Hundred Dollars for One Year. Age. 1 year. Age. I year. Age. I year. Age. 1 y. tf 0 72 2?l > ?f ? 1 48 .50 I 96 15 0 77 27 I 12 ? I 57 51 1 97 16 n 84 2H I 2ft 4A I 6.7 52 3 OS 17 b IW 29 I 29 41 I 79 .10 3 I* IS 0 fit if> I 31 42 I SI .54 3 IS 19 f 'M 31 1 32 4.1 I 87 55 2 32 20 (i f?l 32 I 33 41 19" 56 2 *7 21 0 92 J3 1 31 45 I 91 57 2 70 2 2 0 W 34 1 35 46 I 92 M 3 14 2rj 0 97 15 I 91 47 I SI 3 67 0 90 in 1 ?? 4? I 94 60 4 36 25 I (*? 37 I 43 <9 I "ft Money Will he received m- epoalt btr the Company,and held in tniM* np?ti Which Imrren * ' Im ?lkjw#4 m R?Mow?; I lam imv snm over ?IUU, irredeemahle for I year. 1 44 per cent. mum mo " for .5 mo*, 4 per cent. u m - inn * for 2 nw?, 3 per cent TRISTKKS. 5% m. Itard, Samuel Thompann, Tlmmaa W. Ludlow, Isaac Bronson, Hni H Law reuce, Peter Rennet), Jacob l<ordlard, Rieplieii Harren, John Duer, Jamea Kent, Peter Harmon**, Nathaniel Prune, .H Van RenaaeUaer, N. Devereaua, John O. Costar, Renl. Knewer, Tims. Sufierii. Corn'. W.JUwrenee. H. C, Dv Rham, Jonathnn Ooodhue, James M< Bride, John Rntbbonr Jr. P. (1. Sluy vesant, Thomas J. Oakley, Mteplien Wbltnev, J',hn Ajtor John Maw w. 4lnhan C. Ver|danrh. Pi 'U. L. Swan. WM 1? ARD. Presi lent. K. A. Nl< OI.L, s.. .etary. Dr D ATKIN?. Phy?M"ian to th? Company. na?-u l Til F. N'ltTII \ >1 F. *4 14 ANFIHF. IN 1 R \\t F. ( OMl'AiNY rnntinw 'n 10*4 or ?l?m i|? Arv - 1 b iikttiif". iroods *li?p? in poft* ?ihI Uirir rtfftjrig anri #vrrv?bM*Ttftion fif fx m?n?l propmjr, At their office, N*. DIRECTORS, ft,,?m 11 Wwlie, Thorns; Bolton, David C-wlwise, Henry II Elliott. Daniel Jackson, Thomas Sarieant, Cortland! Palmer, it 7?.! John la>nm? r Oraham, C * ,, ' Thonias Tilr-ton, ^rv "1^ I mills De Ca.ws, ??Hf*e Strong. II* nr Wvt Koff Olmrfi* " Sam,.el V. Ti-d'ale. Stephen Storm. William P. Ilallett, roBKHT ATNSLEF,, President. JNO. MrBRAlR, Secretary rl1 nm__ - t till) HM II t< KKKMAN respe.iiaUT infom* . hi* frier'I" ate I t! ? ' - that he ha-. ?< r hta Steam CWectionsrva W? Grand i^tweenChryr 1 rorsvth streets, ndded a splendul saloivn. The stfie in 1 1 ., j, furnislie<l. "ml the superutr escellettcv of hfs iee etu auis wines. sn-J other refreshments, cannot lie surjmaaed in Saloon "halllw. -orvinrted tn th? ?n* r< ?i?-ctnble and orvlerly manner, andthat tentioa "hall he pnid to the accommodaikm of th<* *^!P favor him with a vi?I4. ^ *wy"*" _ ^ , ,1'HM 5 UIC?Hill hetahen in ibe *re proof wore*. M) and ?2ftAa?'k".aU,.AU.