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HERALD.
WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 17, 1889. ?
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FOR HAVRE.?The superior copper-fastened and
coppered brig Harriet, Fisner, muter?intruded to be
omptly dispatchtd. For freight or passage apply to
BOV9D k HINCKEN,
9 Tontine Building*.
FOR ROTTERDAM? The superior Bwndich
brig KRU IlKDWItt, Capt, Hellman, has oearly all
her cargo engaged, and will be promptly despatched.
For freight or putage apply to
ui30y BOYD & HINCKEN, 9 Tontine Building.
FOR LIVERPOOL?NEW LINE?Regular Pac
ket of the 36th April?The elrgaut packet thip 81D
1 DONS.Cept. N. B. Palmer, 900 ton*, will *ail aa
abore. For freight or passage, having accommodations une
qualled for splendor and comfort, apply on board at Orleans
wharf, foot of Wall street, or to E. K. COLLINS k COJ,
,n3(j 56 South st.
A*? FOR BREMEN?The tine coppered and copper las
WKWytened American brig LYGONA, McLellan, master,
ifj?TTBic|,.tV . u(- carg0 engaged, will have immediate,
dispatch. For freight or passage, luting good accommodations,
apply to
lr 3 SCOVILL ?t BRITTON, 24 Beaver ?t.,
a3 or D. H. SCHMIDT, 85 Wall st
~ FOR MARSEILLES?The superior French brig
TKOIS FRERES, Capt. Blaze. For freight or
passage apply to
a!2y BOYD k HINCKEN, 9 Tontine Building.
FOR SALE?The Hull and Spars of a vessel now
on the stocks at an Eastern port, of the folic wins di
mensions?95 feet keel, 106 feet on deck, 96 Teet
beam, 14 feet hold, built of white oak, and heavily copper-fas
toned, ean be launched in June. For further information apply
to BOYD k HINCKEN, 9 Tontine Building.
al?y
PACKETS FOR HAVRE?SECOND LINE?
M^M^The Shin UTICA, John B. Pell, Master, will sail on
BOYD & HINCKEN, Agents,
a6 y No. 9, Tontine Building.
"TEAM BETWEEN NEW YORK AND BRISTOL
The Steam Ship "OREAT
WESTERN," 1340 tow., James
Hosken, R. N., Commander, is
apppointed to sail during the
year as follows :?From liriitol
?33d March, 18th May, 6th Ju
ly, 34th August, 19th October.
Pom Sew York?90th April,
13th June, 1st August, 31st Sentembtr, 16th November.
Farei to Britlol including (Fines, ft ?In Main Saloon and
Cuddy State Rooms, thirty-five guineas, [$163,33) In Fore and
Lower Saloons, thirty guineas, ($140) Stewards feet XI.10,
($6 661 Children under 13, and Servant* half-price. No sec
class sr steerage passenger* taken. An experienced
S rgeon i attached to the slop. For Freight or Passage apply
to RICH'D. IRVIN,
?6'.w 98 Front st.
STEAM FREIGHT AND PASSAGE
LINE?For KEYPORT NEW JERSEY.
The new and low-pressure Steamboat
^ 4 VI ntain Joseph Stoney, will commence her trip* on
HA PL'K Y, the 16th inst., and run until further notice?
If arm K * port, near Brown's Point, Middlctown, in the
I ur ninouth,every day, Sundays excepted,at 9 o'clock,
A Vaslnugton Market Slip, New York, at 2 o'clock,
P K ? ig at Scgoin't Dock every trip. Stage* will be in
? convey passengers to the different sections of the
s I further particulars apply to the Captain on
hoard.
N. B. The subscriber having made arrangement* with the
Keyport Company for their storehouse, dock, 4tc., hopes, by a
strict attention to b isincas and the interest of his customers, to
merit a share of public patronage.
a6-3m* OLIVER VANDKRBILT.
SOUTHKKN DAILY MAIL LINE lor
Norfolk, Charleston, 8. C., Petersburg, and
Richmond.?The steamboats ALABAMA,
KENTUCKY, and JEWESS, all boats of speed aud accommo
dation, will commence runaiug daily on the first April, between
Baltimore, Norfolk, and Portsmouth, leaving the lower end of
Spear's wharf every afternoon at 3 o'clock, or immediately af
ter the arrival of the cars from Philadelphia, and will arrive
?est morning at Portsmouth in time for the ears for Wilming
ton, and thence steamboats to Charleston. Returning will leave
Portsmouth everyday after the cars arrive from the South, and
reach Baltimore nest morning in time for Use cars for Phila
delphia.
These boats run in connection with the well known steam
packets Georgia and Soath Carolina which leaves Norfolk
every Saturday for Charleston, giving travellers a choice. They
also run in connection with the James River boats to Peters
burg aad Richmond. Strangers are iaformed (old travellers
know) tkat this is the cheapest and most comfortable route for
southern travellers, as there are no changes from cart, steam
boats, and stages in the dead of night, as on the Washington
route. The company therefore hope the travelling part of the
community will patronise them, in giving equal facilities and
superior comfort.
Passage and fare to Norfolk, fa JOHN W. BROWN,
uiM-tf . Agent.
"" FARE REDUCED."?** NO MONO
POLY.?Peoplee' New lone far Roster:, tin
' Newport and Providence.?Cabin passage one
dollar?Deck fifty cents.?The steamer LEXINGTON, Capf.
Vanderbilt, will leare New York for Newport and Provi
deuce. Wednesday, the 17th lust., at fi o'clock, P. M, from
Pier No. 4 North River. Freight taken at 4 ctnte per foot. Far
farther information apply on hoard.
The engine, boilers and Knl1 ot the above boat have been put
in complete order, and the jwkhc may reel orrr- -41 Ik at there
will he no racing prnekted, It bemg entirely uaoe.s ukiy to sus
tain her well established reputation for spaed. The regular
davs for the Leninclon to leave New York wiU be Wednesdays
and SatnrJays, until further notice. a4 ?m
hnt A II' U SE TO l.F.T, on JS<I street, tioivainis, Btuok
Wijit l?s rh. house is in srly new, ?n-l fitted up w111, every
MHLconvenienee, eenteiuiiig II rooms. 3 pantries, aud vault,
with stabling, and about 14 lots of ground.
The view from the house is most magnificent, commanding
an eitensive view of the Bay, Htalen Island, New York, kr.
kr. The diitanee from the South Ferry is about 3 miles.
The above will be let to a good tenant at the low rent of
ffiOOa year. Enquire of R. MARTIN k Co.
43 Whitehall street. New York, (up stairs,)
or at the Toll House, Gowanot Bridge.
The house can be seen daily (Sundays eicepted) between
the hours of 10 and 4. ^ a9-1 w*
w FOR SALE OR TO LET.?Two edtbe rew of new
?jt M three story brick houses on (he northerly side of Fourth
??ilrf?t, between avenues C. aud D. Tbeae houses are fin
ished throughout >n a neat style, with five marble mantles and
grates, closets in all the pantries.plate glass, he he. and are
well adapted for genteel families. They will he reeled on fb
eorshle terms. Apply to
?10-44" A. H. CHASE, 163 Esse* street.
FOR SALE OR TO LF.T.-A new HOUSE aid
?sii three acres of good land for a Garden, oa Long Island,
situated a short distance west of the Uaion Course,
?has t the ears stop several times daily. The house is uew,
two stories high, has 4 rooms on the first fioor and ? in the
second story. It will be sold at a low price, or leased for a
term of yearn. Enquire of Mr. JOHN D SNEDEKER, near
lira Union Coarse ; of Mr. P. P. t'LEA VED, on the premises,
or of ABRAHAM II. VAN WYCK,
al6-.tt' No. 47 Nanann street, N Y.
AteL TO~LEt?A three stea^ brick HOC ME. No AOS
?jjj Fourth street, between Avenues D and C. The house
h complete in all its apartments, aad fit for the immedi
ate reception of a respectable family. Terms moderate.
Apply to Mr. ROBERT AUSTIN, No. *04 Broadway .
or at the prtniMt, from the hours of 10 to 9 eaeh day. Sun
day accepted. all-1 wjs'kW
CHINESE MORUU MULTlt AULI8 I MEES.
M^WM. PRINCE k SON inform those who are deetrom
"*"of pOrchaaiag trees and cuttings of this invaluable iperiel
of mnlberry for tho silk culture, that they may bo fouq^ daily
at ISBmau street, up stain, between ths boats of 10| o'clock
A. M.. and I P. M.
N. ?.? Brusca, Alpine, Canton, Espansn, and othor superior
Tnrietieeof met berry trees, van also be supplied to any relent,
and a large assortment of the silk worm eggs, comprising nil
the choicest varieties, mulberry seeds, kc he.
W. P. k fi. seill give the most oortiealar directions for
planting mid propagating all bint* of Mulberries. a 14 71'
"jiim IMPORTED TRUlTkM, by Ste layout
of Emma, by Whisker. Cotton has nlway-t
been considered one of the beet, if not the beet
"\ g J four mile horse erer bred in England. Ir
,, speaking of bim he w tailed "the coletiratrii
Cotto1*-' Trustee waa likewise a first rate horse, and waa sold
when ? three rear old, for WW guineas.
Trustee will stand at mystaM", near the Union Coutef, Loni
1st ami. the enaumn season, at the low price of fiJO cash, sol >1
to the Groom. This rate will he strictly adhered to, and m
Mare need be sent to Mm Without the money.it being better hull
for the breeder and the owner of the hover. Trustee is a horse tv
great action, and no doubt will bring rood horses, as well ai
moe horses equal to oW Messenger. The season to commeaci
on the first of February, and to end on the first of July. All
?eotdeata and eocapeo at the risk of the owner.
Ififi-fim* JOHN R. ?NE1bF.Rr R
GROSS INDELIBLE INK BOXES, cheap, tor sale at
No 111 Fulton at. mfiS-tm v
BfctRhWRA arm6w Moot.?a mwm umii iff
H now rrop,just racoivrd and for sale hy
?Mm* < M RING S44 Brood way.
PritaiEMlUM niui nHt vs > i.oiiiing ?gf.oRof a
HOYT fc CO., No. 14 Bowery, have on liu<l an attentive
ansri'i troewt of fashionably made < hildrenh Clothing, (asraples
of which obtained the premium at the reeent fair,) wluoh they
are disposed to tell eery cheap for Cssm, either at wholoaale or
retoii. a? tea*
50
STEAM SCOURING AND TAILORING, by William
Smith, at No. 6 Wall street, New York. All orders in the
shore line will be thankfully received and punctually attended
to. Repairing done, collars cuffs, buttons, linings, straps, all
n ads to appear equal to new. al3-lm*
MEN'S, YOUTH'S AND CHTLUiUIN^^LOTHiNcI
The subscribers keep constantly on li ud, a rery large
assortmeut of Ready Made Clothing, suited to every age and
sice, which will be sold at low )>ric<-s lor Cash.
a6 3m* GEO. A. HOYT A CO., 14 Bowery.
SUGAR?Eighty hhds prime New Orleans Sugar, for sale
in lots to suit purchasers, by
alOy E. K. COLLINS A Co, 56 South st.
FINE FANCY GOODS, I'ertumery, Cutlery. Portable
Desks, Dressing Cases, Work Boies, Sic. in ever* variety,
wholesale and rt tail,at GUIONS,
in * 189 Broadway, opposite John st.
GENUINE FARINA COLOGNE, warranted. By ike
single bottle or boa. For sate by
C. H. RING, 844 Broadway.
N. B. A very delicately perfumed Cologne prepared by C.
H. Riug. a*-lm*
UNION BANK, DOVER?Notes of the Uniou Bank, Do
vcr, redeemed at A iter cent, discount, uy
* S. VAN DUOER,
all-lw* No. 177 Greenwich st.
OUTS! BOOTS! AT WALKER fcCO.'B, 906 Canal,
corner of Hudson street?Boots for gentlemen's summer
dress. Just received , 1,000 pair of flue seal, caif and morocco
part with steel and brass plates on the heels; for style and corn
tort these boots goahead of any e*r offered tn the public?
prices from 2.25,2.75 to $3.00 per pair.
Ladies, Misses, and children's shoes of all colors, sorts and
size*?the cheapest in the United States. We have just receiv
ed a few dozen pairs of first rate French and native caif skin
hoots of the latest fashion?prices $4 to 5.60 iier pair.
Men's, Boys', aud Children's Boots and Shoes, of all shapes,
sorts and sizes that can be thought of, the cheapest in the world.
Walker's new shoe store, 206 Canal cor. Hudson street, and 226,
230 and 286, the new store oor. Greenwich street
a6-lm* WALKER It CO
MECHI'8 MAGIC RAZOR STROPS AND PASTE ?
One case of the above received direct from London, by
the St. Jamet, Mid for sale by the dozen.
Fixturcn and riognat Glass Cum.
Upright and Counter glass Cases, with mahogany frames, and
thick Frenoh plates. Counters, Shelving. Ac. far sale, as they
now stand, in the Cutlery Store, No. 9 Astor House,
Broadway.
al2 2w* JOHN GRAVELEY.
FORCE PUMPS FOR DEEP WELLS?manufactured by
J. STONE, Plumber A Engineer,390 Broadway.
a9-lm*
B
PUMPS, WATERCLOSETS and BATHS?manufactured
by J. STONE, Plumber and Engineer, 390 Broadway.
a9-lm*
ARDEN ENGINES A SYRINGES manufactured by
J. STONE, Plumber A Engineer, 390 Broadway.
a9-lm*
NOTHH of Niagara Suspension Bridge Bank, wanted, on
very favorable terms, at
S. J. SYLVESTER'S,
alS 130 Broadway and 23 WaM st
GUF.RLAIN'S Ambrosial Cream for slaving; Coggershall's
Connoisseurs Shaviag Soap for sale by
a*-lm* C. H. RING, 644 Broadway.
NOTICE. - To prevent all mistakes growing out of two silk
Rnd straw establishments under the same reof and until
recently of the same name, Mrs. A. J. ENGLE. formerly A.
A. Mott, 1261 Bowery, respectfully informs her customers and
the ladies of this city, that notwithstanding the damage sus
tained by the burning of the property neit door on the 8tk
Inst, belonging to Mrs. 3. S. Mott, tier store is agnia refitted to
receive orders as usual. E. J. ENGIL.
N. B. A branch of the same establishment will, on the 1st o
May, be opened at 463 Biondway, one door above Grand street
al5-l w*
Removal,?*. ?. dam ki n, u.u.r,?,?.
his friends ao<l the publiu geurrally, that b? hu removed
from No. 88 Fulton street, "U. S. Hotel," to No 90 Nunu it.
near Fultou, where lie ii prepared to receive ami execute all
order* entrusted to his care, with neatness Mid punctuality.
i8lm
ORTABLF. SHOWER BATHS?m aim far lured by~J
STONE, Plumber A Engineer, 890 Broadway. a9 lm*
P
s
UCCEfiHTOJ. A.AL. VERNOL'B, DRAPERS AND
~ TAILORS, a? they have adopted ttic eath lyitem, aad are
able to icll clothing on the most reasonable term*. The pub
No are invited to call and examine their asaortmsut, and they
will be satisfied that a great taving will be realiaed in a rash
?yttem, as conducted at 91 Chatham st.
N. B -A great variety of CUlIn and Cussiotsre Vesting*,
kept on band,and made to order in ibe moet fashionable style.
Also, a Urge assortment of Coats and Cloaks. mf7-'Jia*is
Farm" Tor BALK, or EXCHANGE.-Nine bnodred
and niucty-nine acre* of very choice land, level, well wa
tered, beaab and maple timber, and near two railroads, in Tioga
county, Pennsylvania; would be *oldfor three dollar* an acre
on accommodating term*, or would be exchanged for city pro
perty; apply at 98 Maiden Ian*. alfi-9t*
B~ OARD WANTED IN THE CITY OF BROOKlYn^
by a family eonsuting of two grown persons and two chil
dren?location to be within 18 minutes wdk of Fwitoa or
South Kerry. Address C. nt the office of the "New Verb Oa
xctte." n9
f P'O LET.?A Parlor, with two Bed Rooms adjoining, far
X niehed, in a private family. No. 10 Barclay street. a!8-tf
b i'RAW WRAPPING PAPER. UN MOM Cap aii
O Crowu for sale by
J. CAMPBELL It PF.RSSE,
afi y 110 and 119 Nassau st.
COLLECTIONS ou all parte of the United States, Canada*
aad Europe, of claims, dratts and notes, mads on the most
favorable terms, at
S. J. SYLVESTER*,
ally 180 Brsadway aad 2] Wall at
SYLVESTER'S Reporter and Counterfeit Detector, in
pamphlet form and ktiio sheet. Cor sale at
8. J. SYLVESTER'S,
alSy 1M Broad war aad 99 Wall s
QOnX WATER! SODA WATER!!?W. P. MORRIS*
tj (late Lynch A t'larkr's) Soda Water on draft, or in Bst
Irs at C. H. RING'S Drag and Chemical store, 084 Broadway.
Congress Water in pints and quarts constantly on hand, fresh
from the Springs al down town pricee. s8 Imis*
ACARD.-DR. WHEELER, Ocak*t,aSOrnenwich st In
permitted to refer to the fallowing gentlemen, far testi
mony as to the emiuent success which has attended his peculiar
mode of treating Disease* of the Eye, for several yearn jmst
David Kimberly, Esq. 131 Front street; Charles O. Havens,
Esq. 88 Wall st; Messrs. While A Barnes, 8 Cedar st; Mr. J as.
Cruikshank, 40 Greenwich st; Mr. Justus D. Miller, 181 Ckat
bam st, Mr. Benjamin Flanders, 49 South st; Mr. James R.
Buy dam, 88 Carmine st; Mr. John Munson, 7 Broad st; Mr.
J. Bodine, 94*1 Fulton st; Mr. Augustus Baker, 18 Peak Slip;
Mr. Miirliue, 30H Cherry st; Mr. O. B. Loomis, office of the
Evening Poet; Mr. R. Pritehard, .198 Washington st: Mr. P.
Mead. 9 Stone st; Mr Wm. Kirk,(who was totally blind, and
returned Irorn the Eye Infirmary as incurable,) 398 Varisk st;
Mrs. Mrgie's family, (one of whom svas totally blind,) 141 ?1
drtdge St.
Mr. Cbarles Psrksr, 88 Carmisie st. from whose eyes part iries
of steel werv extracted, after tsrmewting bim upwards of foer
years.during whteh period, neither the professional gentlsmea
connected with the Eye Infirmary, nor any other surgeon* or
medical men had hren able to detect them.
? * Since publishing numerous certificate* and testimonial*
oa this subject. Dr. Wheeler has received (among others) the
following gratifyidg letters, to which he rcepeeUally invites
public attention I?
Nrw Yean, 80th Jasinary, 1MB.
Dear Bir?The great benefit I have received from jour pro
'rational attendance upon me, since my sight breams impaired
from a trvrre attack <>l the measles 18 years since, succeeded by
that malady named by physician* Optlialmia Tar*i, demands
from m# an acknowledgment in term* muck stronger than I am
eanabls of etpreeaing. Aa yon propose giving some public ro
fnsntl* an<l testimonials on the subject of your peculiar made
of treating diseasea of the eye, I have no objection that yon
shall *ay, on my part, that I have the almost confidence in your
ability to remove any curable disease, and by means, too. wbirh
would scarcely inconvenience cveti the most delicate and timid.
Hours,vaspectfislly, CHARLES O. KETCHUM,
71 William st. Hew York
Ta Dr. Wheelers Oculist, 89 Gesenwieh st. N. T. .
New Vol a. 98th January. 1MB,
?ir?Among the individual* to whom ton may refrr for prool
of your vkill and ability aa an Oculist, f am quite willing yon
shalt add my name, having had sufficient evidence in the cue of
my Utile daughter, of the safe, tender, and effirxemn* maimer
in which yon treat diseases of tne eye. 1 mm a blow which she
nafortiinately received,one of her eye* not only b*came dan
gurotisly inflamed, but was covered with a film, whi?b alarm**
me and other members of the family. By a timoty application
to vou, however, you eomplst'Jy cured her in a very f*w fifty*,
and with very little hveouvenicace or pain. As regard* J**
Balsam of Moaeatello, the benefit that it afiorded myfuteily
during the fast summer, was such as to warrant me to rsson
mend it for any child troubled with relaxed bowels.
RsvpeetfaHy yours, Ac.
JOHN HARRIB, 199 Ludlow street,
No. 40 Washington Market, N Y.
To Dv Wheel**, OeuNsI, M Ortenwieh streot.
? ? Office hour* worn 8 o'clock, A. M. to 19--out door patient*
?fter 19. mlfi-lmeoi.
I it Ko.k. AND OERMJkfl BlLVlK A .d s.qqdy en
id and for sale by
LEWIS riUCHTWANOV-R,
kf j 9 LsmBnndt *1
N
IMPORTANT.
The Kaiue QacNtion!?Preparation for War!!
QCf" At this moment, when w< art perhaps on the eve of a
War with England, it beeomee the duly of every ?ne to enqairr
how far this may jmrsonally couacrn ntmsuf. it is a self-evi
dent fact, that an enormous advance ou English manufactured
good* will be one of tke consequence* of such an event- And
in no article will it be more heavily felt than on English
?loth*. It is therefore hardly necessary to point out the policy
of all and sundry providing themselves with a iufficient supply
of clothing. PHILIPS' well known Gash TaHoriug Establish
ment, 100 William,corner of John street, presents an opportu
nity of obtaining a first rate garin* nt, equal to any, and eur
passed by none, in the city, for materials, make, and price.?
The astonishing patronage which this establishment has espw
rienced, is a sufficient indication of public judgment. And the
proprietor, having made such arrangements for the ensuing
srason as will, he hopes, insure aud merit a continuance of inch
The system adopted is alone peculiar to this establishment.
Purchases are made direct froui manufacturers in England,
thereby avoiding the accumulated profits of importers and job
bers, consequently reducing the price of I he article to sucn an
eitent as to enable him to employ none but first rate workmen;
whereas those differently situated are compelled to rmplov in
ferior workmen, in consequence of buying at second or third
hands. And those establishments which give long credits, as a
result,incur inany uo.ivoidifble losses, anu are obliged to make
their cask customers suffer sufficient profits for running such
risks.
The advertiser deems it unnecessary on his part to give a list
of prices so much practised, as it is too often deceptive. He
confidently relies ou one trial, being sufficient to merit a con
tinuance of the favors of those who inay give him a call.
ra38-3m
AMES if A Y L OR, <formerly f\X j ainee) CASH TAI
LORING ESTABLISHMENT, No. 08 Maiden Lane.
Thc subscribers respectfully inform the patrons of the above es
tablishment, that they are daily receiving a supply of splen
did Goods, suitable for th present season, which they make ap
to order, sell by the piece or'otherwise, at their usual low prions,
for cash only. Wnv-raa Patau.
Over coats of Ine Beaver cloths, from ?*> to $39
44 44 Pilot 44 44 14 to *
" colored broad " * 14 60 to 38
Drcs? 44 fine, 44 13 to 19
? ? wool dyed black 44 M to 36
Pantal- cus of black, blue or fancy eolored,
fee .i $A-N) to $10.
V csts of cloth, cassiinerc, figured and plain
silks, from $2.90 to $0.
Dross coats made and trimmed, from $7.00 to $8.00
Over coats " 44 44 7.00 to 11.00
Pantaloons and vests, $1.90 each.
The subscribers wish to he distinctly understood that gar
ments made at this establishment are warranted to At, and to
be made by Use beet workmen, in the latest style and fashion,
jtj-tf-y JAMES Ik TAYLOR.
?3. A. Bradbreek's
GENERAL OUTFITTING STORE,
Where a Gentleman may procwre erery article for a complete
Outfit of the best quality,
No. 353 PEARL STREET, CORNER OF FRANKLIN
SQUAE, N. Y.
Here the public maj always procure
Fine goods in the Outfitting line,
And what is important, he sure,
That untiriug real will combine,
With skill in preparing each sort
As good as else where can he bought.
Here the steamboat aud packet ship may
Their ready mhde linen procure,
And price* most n <Hierale pay
For articles well made aud secure.
Here they wiH constantly keep
Erery article belong'ur to 'hat clans.
From the counterpane. bUnketand sheet
To the towel and cloth for your glass.
Gentlemen also will fitd
Their ready made linen complete,
From fabrics the kt?a,
And made up eicvedingly neat.
Shirt*, Utnler Shirts, DrawVs. Bedts and Hose,
Handkerchiefs. Bosoms and Stocks,
While the skill that rach article shows,
Bring* customers crowding in flocks.
But he need not each item rehearse.
The Suspender, the Cellar, the Glove,
The Pantaloon, Strap and the Purse,
Each fine as these mentioned above.
Linens,likewise,to order are made
By those who are known to eseel,
And the very fair pri c that ie paid
Yields work that isalway- none well.
?Tie ritremely convenient to know
Where an ample assortment is found,
Aud at once there be able to 8?..
Without searching the city all round.
Also, Vesting and Stock Satius. in lengths, to suit pure baser
m?-tf
C. flAKl.NKK**
TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT,
No. Ml N.stvu 'luiwern Aon .m l Fulton.)
Cloths, Casnmeres, Vrstmgs and Tailor* Trim-mags. All
order* punctually esrcuted, and garments furnished at prices
which ruuiot fail lo please.
Particular atleotion giren to order* Air mmufecturing.
mTft- Im*
GENTLEMEN'S
CAST OFF CLOTHING
ior?HT, awn th> rrn ?>?.?? hiti* in run, n
H. LEVF.TT, No. 98 Beekmaa *t.
OT/- KNOWING there arc |>rr?nii* who make a greet puff
in their advertisements for (.'ait Off Cli thing, Ac. fcr. and who
in many earn* do not rive the full value for the s.iiae,?H. L.
will asenre those gMitlemeu who may have inch article* by
them, and who inay vend for hit*, of rrccmug the very utmost
value in CASH for every article.
N. B.?A line thrcngh the po*t offire or otherwise, to the
above addre**, will meet with due attention. f l-fim*
CHEAP CASH ( LOTH STORE,
At No. "JO Maiden Lane,
Qr/- WHERE inay be I'cund, by thr on ce or vard, a tape
rior assortment of fine and low priced Broadcloths, Habit
Cloth*, ( aisimerei. Hummer Stuff'. Velvet*, V> stings, Trim
mings, Ac. Ac. Th-subscriber will offir the above at very
low price* for ra*h, in order to di^v.** "f hi* retire stock pre.
viou* la Angu*' oeit, a* lie will then be obliged to remove loom
Kit present stand. mDS-Sm MA AC T. T HATER.
CI 11 i I 11 It EN S C LOT HI N( 1 ("he ???lw Tiber beg* leave to
/ infirm hi* customers and th- public generally that he haa
now on hand a full aaaertment ol'children's clothing, made after
the Intrat French and Krgiisk tnsliieus. which are entirely dif
ferent from any ever offered before in this city.
N. B.? The above article* made to order at the ahor'ect no
tice. G. B SMITH. 364 Tenrl it ,
m78 Im* opposite Frankfort sL
NRW ENGLAND IIOiNB.
(&- The subscriber h.?s taken thr ae* Hon?e No. 6 Roose
velt street, uear Pearl sum ( halhatn, whi'-h he lias filled up and
furnished with nn rye to neatness and convenience. The fur
aiturr and fisturre entirely new, and Ike bar aaJ larder well
famished.
To club* and parties, to a limited namber of boarders, and
to traveller*. the Vis England House offer* accoinmodutians
which the advertiser trusts wil! ensure him a share of the pub
lie patronage. M HUGHES
aA-fim*
THE DOLPHIN TAVERN, 4J < ANAL ST.
(It/- THE subscriber having taken thr above establishment,
and ha?mg thoroughly repaired the same, respecttnily solicits
a continuance of the same public naironug' be was favored
with at his old establishment, in Delancy street. His Mends
may rest secured (hut hit whole tint'' and attend.** will be devo
ted to their comfort, and that hit Airs, Wine*, and all kind of
Liquors will be of the best qualitv. Convenient rooms for Ho
fere aces, Dinner Parties, Ac. Beds by thr night or week.
mMftw* WILLIAM HATDON.
Of- MCCOND WARD lit) H I. IVert to the eorwr ot
Fulton street, in Nassau street. This wrll known establishment
having undergone a thorough refitting, l* now in complete order
far the accommodation of those who may holier it with their
patronage.
There are in this how* r, besides the lower *?<>rv.wbwh hi throw*
entirely open a* a pnMie bar room, a huge room upon the se
cond story, 7ft fort ay 7ft, well suited for the a. romiwodatioa of
pablie meetings, together with several smaller ones adapted te
the as* of aluba reftre*s,or f.w the transsi'ioa of other prlv*i?
business.
( lutis and private pa-ties arromiiindstrd with roe as, and
may be furnished with dinner* of suppers, composed ?f every
specsev of game er dsffic icy which the inarltsU afford at shori
not ios EDMUND JON EN, Pray wto?.
CANVAHH BACK LUNCH.?BA.MUEL HMITH
Ike honor to inform his friends ami the public generally,
that he haa opened the new and ?itensive basement of the fimr
?tory House N". 337 Brondw ?JI, where be wonld be most Hsptiy
t* serve with all the delicat e* of the different market* in the
City afford. It is Ids intent.<m to tujqdy all tfoi#* who Honor
him with a visit with the best of Lionor* and pure Hprmg
Water. Mr. Hmith w most banpy to take this opportunity in
returning thank* for the liberal share of business he has al
ready received, and hopes through strict attention to the com
forts of his g*r*to,to men I a continuance of public patronage.
aAtwie*
S
1 El l M l rX POWDER* Prepared from Mavnvy an.
1 Msore's receipt -a very tnrerier article, for sale by
uft-lm* C H. RING. 644 Broadway.
THE STUDY BOOK-KKKPINU.
No. 72 Cedar atreet, near Broadway.
IT mail be apparent to aH that there is no effectual way of
teaching a practical knowledge of Book-keeping but by
conducting the pupil through a variety of business traneactioua,
by his making the eutries of each as it occurs, and becoming
familiar with the account books from actual use. It must not
be imagined that buying and selling merchandize are all the
transactions that take place in business. The coarse of in
struction which presents to the pupil more than a hundred dif
ferent business transactions, each of which becomes the subject
of remark, conversation awl study, is decidedly n course of
practice which must result in a good knowledge of Book
keeping.
Rooms open day and evening. Proweetus, with terms, kr.,
to be had at the rooms, where the advertiser's works may te
seen or purchased.
C. C. MARSH'9 WORKS.
M The Science of Double Entry Book-keeping Simplified."
A standard work, in its seventh edition, 300 pages octavo, 00 of
inn true lions; This book is introduced into the New
York Public Schools in preference to ani other on the subject.
The trustees of this institution, it is well known, compose some
of the first talent in the country.
" The Art of Single Entry Book-keeping, improved by the
Introduction of the proof or balance;" third edition; ISO pages
octavo; 40 pages of instruction; 76 cents.
"A Lecture oh the Study of Bookkeeping, with Balance
Sheet." A neat pamphlet, 48 pages, l'Jmo., price 18 acuta per
single copy.
Mercantile Writing.A course of lessons is prepared which
will not fail in effecting a valuable improvement. mS-taSmis*
COLT'S
BOOK-KEEPING.
{0- A PRACTICAL WOWK UPON A PLAN ENTIRE
LY NEW ?The account* which form the bases of the scienee
are classed under Five Divisions, with definite erphuiationsafter
the forms of grammar and arithmetic. It contaius a rocabalar}
of mercaatile terms and phrases. Also, a key explaiuiug the na
ture aud manner ?f Journalizing each of the Day-Book entries
as a practical accountant would explain the nauic to his pupil; this
so ssniplifies the science that any yoaug man of common English
education may aoquirc a knowledge without the assistance of ?
teacher. To which is added, Directions t* the Learner, and
Practioal Fermi for keeping books in every extent and variety
of commercial houses ; Public Addresses, the first ever delivered
upon the subject fee. fee.?ibis day published aad for sale by
D.APPLETON It CO.
iHS-Smis&W* 306 Broadway
"CELEBRATED EYE
WATER.
DR. J. FRANCIS'S celebrated Eye Water is adapted to all
inflamatory diseases of the eve. It has been tried, and has
succeeded in caseswhen hope hau lied, and when the faculty ol
medicine had de- clared the sufferer to be incurable. Hps ad
apted to weakness of sight and will remove those aobuloas,
scaly, dead, oloudy appearances, freipieatly known by the name
oi Cataracts. Eyes that have hern diseased for yesu-s, this Eye
Water has made a perfect cure in a few days.
CERTIFICATES.
From the Rev. Mr. Davie, pastor of the Church at Budge ville,
N. York.
litis is to certify that a poor man, whom I have bsen ac
quainted with for some time, aad after spending nine months in
an oye infirmary was discharged by the Physicians of the Institu
tion, with what they termed an incurable Cataract, so that he
was nearly blind ; s> trial of Dr. J. Francis's remedy, three hot
tiro only being used, removed it to the surprise of all who kaew
hies, and low he can see with that eye as well as ever he did, I
feel it my duty to give this information for the benefit of Use
public.
A Gentleman by the tame of Brady, having a Cataract on
encli eye, after S|>euding eighteen mouths with some of the first
Oculi-'ht in the city, was given up as incurable. After ating
Dr. Francis's Eye Water only ten days, his eyes were perfectly
restored, to the astonishmMiit of all his acquaintances.
Another case was that of a poor man, after spending twelve
month* in an eye infirmary, was discharged as incuraMe with a
nebula on each eye. Ho that be was almost blind?aud after
using Dr. Francis's Eye Water bat a few days, has recovered
his sight perfectly.
The Rev. J. Harrison, 44 Thompson Street, having procured
a bottle of the above for Mrs. Harrison's eyes?says to his as
tonishment, it has removed the dimness and paai, which had
been execs ive for years?eke had used many aiffercat rye wa
ter-, but they all failed, therefore, I hope the public will tooa
appreciate it- value.
The Rev. D. Dunbar says, from the testimony of those wis*
have used the Eye Water prepared by Dr. J. Francis, I have no
hesitation in n corn mending it to the speeial notice of the pub
lic, a* aa mestimable remedy.
DUNCAN DUNBAR,
Pastor of the MeDeugal Street Church.
(Cy- Ariifietnl Eyes inserted by Dr. J. Francis, that cannot
be dklutguished from Ibe natural, ant! will perform every mo
tion af that organ without giving the slighles. paiji, and for his
great improvement in this art, he has received a diploma,
II Barrtav street New York. m!8 DnliW
TM It fit 1 fit.
DR. SHANKS, PHYSICIAN AND OCULIST,
Member of the Medical Faculty of the City of New York,
May be consulted on all disease* incident to the
HUMAN EYE,
isd ot* ill iMrcnrncTions or vision,
AT HIS OFFICE 171 GRAND STREET
SPECTACLES
Hpectaclel ?n*e? ai'-ipteil so as to embrace the minutast devia
tion or defect, restoring vigorous vision, keeping the eye* per
fectly eoot, and free from all irritation.
Oics open daily from 9 A. M. to 8 P. M., Sundays excepted,
mfft-lm'
OK. B l< L I O T T i
OrVLMT,
Ne. M>a Bsoadwat, mrimri la B*am itkh,
? oafiiM ? hii practise In
DIREdff*b.li OP THF EVE
AKO
OPTIIALMIC SURGERY.
im uanaaAL,
NOTICE.?The poor from Brllrvue and other publie inati*
tntion* under Dr. F..'? treatment, are requested to attend at tha
offite between (' hour* of 9 and 11 o'cloak A. M. on Tuesdays,
Thursdays aad Saturday", inatead of Monday*, Wednesday*
sad Friday*. atBO-lai*
LLF.WF.NnF.UO V CO. nrnrtieal Wptieian., t*?R rao
? pertfully to inform the public, that tbey bare got in daa
?tare iho Knltou ?treel, a uew supply of all good* in lltair line,
a* tpertarle* in gold, silver, (beet aad German ill tar frame*.
Brauil PrKble*, Ola*>e* of all description*, Ac.
L. Lewenlierg has itudicl optic* for 38 year* ia ?ome of tha
tint nniveriitia* in Furopa. He i* the Aral inveatoref the aa
ber lense* fur weak light* and Viiomitre or Optician'* Guide
so well known. Ilia intention* in optic* ha* been patronised
and recommended by hi*l.itr Majesty George IV, and hi* royal
highness Duka of ?u*?*i,a* wrll a* by fourteen em in mi I mem
bers ef the faculty. Testimonial* e*n be *eea at hit place.
From Uie greet riperience L. L. ha* had in optic*, he i* eon
Aden! of giving erery ?ati?faction to those requiring the aid of
gtaanaa.
L. L. k CO. tng'ige all *peetaele? bought from them to At
the sight for three ytar*, and they shall feel obliged if tha
if If ' '
wearer of their tpertarle* will *ay if they do not *uit for threa
days, as it frequently happen* that a abaage taken place within
thi* time, from an affection of the nerves or from blood to the
head.
A* L. L. consider* it vrry pernicioas for the sight to wear
?pectarlr* merely for fashion'* ?ake, our advertisement is res
pectfully directed only to *u*h person* who actually are ia
want of the aid of glasses. alh-t w
PAPER MAKERS FELTING.?? bait* 36, 40, 40, M, M,
and 72 inch, of superior quality, for sale by
j. CAMPBELL A PF.RRSE,
ad y 110 and 119 NmM|
"The Thing I Itself."
QHh TI7F. SUISCRIBIR oprn* thi* da*, per packet thip
Sheffield, the must <??? raptete ami elegant article of German Sil
*rr ware eeer imported, consisting of *el? of
Table Fork* Hoop Ladtee
Desert Forks Sucre Ladies
Table Spoon* ( ream Ladles
Desert Spoon* 3ugur Ladle*
Tea Spoons Hugar Tongs
Salt Spoon* Hut lei Knives
Mustard Spoons Fruit Km*aa
Gravy Spoon* Ten Sets, Ac.
All of new style and the latest silver pattern*. It i* harder and
more durable than silver, consequently not ?o liable to ha
scratched or bruised. TJalike plated goods, it improve* by age
and u*r. Spoon*, Knire*, Forks, A*, alter using, only require to
be dipyd ia hot water and wiped dry. when otherwise cleaned
it may be done in the same manner a* silver; nil for rale at
eery reduced price*. Housekespers aad otbar* are imeiled to
calf and etamiur. DANIEL F. DF.I.AVAN,
*9 tf II Maiden Lane, near Broadway
DANIEL SWEENEY, ll Ann street, returns Ms wore*
thank* to hi* numerous frirnds for the liberal suppwrtifcej
h ive uniformly rendered him since he Ar*t opened hi* Refectory
and assure* them thai it will be hi* constant endeavor to meriti
continuance of their approbation. His table ia always furmthea
with the liest the market affords ; and those who may honor Ki*
table with their presence, may depend upon being servedI with
eleaniinc**, civility ami promptitude. J'? ^
NEW REFECTORY?J. BWF.ENET inform. bis In.ad
and the public that he has opened * new Refectory, in tha)
large and elegant htiiMmc, Ifn m hnii 'mireet Fish, El..t
ami Fowl are alway* to he found on hi* lahiea, and every dalle*
ey ?f the season provided a* *oon a* it appear* in the market.
No eare or attention will be wanting on his part, to giragenarai
?attsfurlmu, rod he hnne* to And that generous encouragem, n
which he is determined ta deaarre.
,10-U J. SWEF.NET
NEW YORK BAZAAR
Wmr Flaia aasd Knaey Fapcr Moxea mf all
BIRD* AND SIXES, IN EVEEV ITTLI, AND BO* ARV
LINK or IkllKIN WNATkvll,
l'i I f ilrcct,
Three door* from fi u it.,
NEW YORK.
OCT" City luduafrjr mtithauu will and coalutlv a ?iry
large itock ?n hand. Iney ran be accommodated at ihort no
tice to any size or any quantity they plen?e; alia, by shippinc
them in so profitable a packing a* may be desired to way part of
America.
Real genuine Cologne Water, imported from Germany, of a
moit mperior quality?will istiefy e?ery purchaser.
Ako. juit received by late arrivals, a fine lot of
COLORED AND MARBI-E PAPER,
of the rn it beautiful pattern. mvll-y
I^AffCY AND COLORED PAPER.?Juut arrived, a mo.t
X/ splendid assortment of plain, coleured and marble paper,
for printers. stationers, bookbinders, apothecaries, sugar-Msker*.
anil especially motto paper, for the latter, beautifully cut, ana
to be told by the ream oxlrinvlv cheap for ? alb, at No. 191
Fulton street, three door* from Nassau. Best arrangetnenta
are to be found likewise to accommodate country merchants
and wholesale dealer*. f |(j 3m
o
WINDOW BLIND MANUFACTORY.
THE subscriber respectfully bigs to inform the puhlie, that
he has constantly on hand a large and elegant assortaaeot
of every description of the painted transparent washable win
dow shades, consisting of Italiin and other landscapes, Diaphi
nous, Chinese, Architectural and Fancy Blinds, which he eaa
confidently recommend for their beaety, strength aad great du
rability, as they bare been known, with common care to last
from ten to fourteen years. The prices of the shades, including
cords, tassels, rack,puilies, and fittings for windows, complete,
vary from $7 and upwards, per pair. Blinds painted aad fitted
to order, by applying to
CEOBOE PLATT, Id Spruce sL
N. B. Country dealers supplied with blinds and bliud fitting*,
ml9 9w*y
I dlAf Rawing interest at 7 per ceul, far tmie at
Itljvv" a discount.?A claim on the city, confirmed
by the Corporation, and will probably he paid in 19 montka
with interest at 7 per cent per anuum until paid, for tale at
discount. Enquire ?f G. H. PADDOCK,
adrod.1t* 98 Wall street.
MJ r>UIT THE TIME8.?OPERA fIVK DENTAL
SURGERY.?The subscriber performs every operation
on the teeth and gums on the most modern and approved prin
ciples of the Dental art, and with professional skill. Irregular
ities of the teeth in children ami adults remedied, carious teeth
filled with gold; loose teeth rendered Arm; teeth extracted;
teeth fixed, from ene tooth to a complete set. eu masse. Fees
reduced one third.
N. B. Tootb ache removed instantaneously. Priee 9#
cents. DR. H. VILLERS, at No. 86 Liberty st.
Will remove on the 1st of May to No. 49 Lispcuard st.
a4-lnus*
Mangles, mangles!?-important ~uT MouP a*d
Boarding House Keepers, and Private Families.?DUN
CAN It WEST respectfully inform the public that they have
on hand and are maisufaaturiag their patent Mangles, which for
utility and durability are not to be surpassed. It is s labor
saving machine, as it entirely supersedes the use of ironing, and
rapidly puts a beautiful pass on sheets, table linen, lie. lie.
without tin aid of fuel. They can be seem in operation at
foe City Hotel, Psarl Street House, AtlivnWim, and Bar I ton
House. They are ealy said at 'No. 9 Little Green street,
near ' foerty, New York. m4 9mis*
1Boo8? mni Mfcoea.
LD BOSS RICHARDS It CO'S new establishment, 940
Canaljstreet, one door below Greenwich street, is proba
bly the best place la the city for bargains. They having the
largest assortment, best quality, and always the latest fash inns,
and ean sell so mush lower tuna others, that it will be feand
advantageous to all lo call at 140 Canal street, first doordelow
Greenwich. OLD BOSS RICHARDS k CO.,
nsM-lm* Sign of the largest bout in the world.
I" VORY~TABLE CUTLERY AT COST OF 1MPOR*
TATIO.V?The subscriber intending finally to slose foe
Cutlery establishment, No. 9, Astor House, during the jamasit
month, offers for sale as above the following Table Cutlery,
via:
88 sets of Balance Ivory Table Knives aad Forks, with car '
vers, ike. complete, of varions patterns, and all of warj
ranted quality.
98 doc of Balance Dinner Knives, only for silver fork*.
16 do do with citra long handles.
119 do Di ssert Knives to match.
139 pairs of large and Game Carvers.
S4 do long elastic Bikers.
3 mahogany cases containing seta of do of extra fine auaKty.
Rodger*' Pocket Cutlery, a general assortment at wholesale.
Common Table nsid Pocket Cutlery, Rstors and Scissor*.
London Dressing Cases, lie.
JOHN ORAVELBT,
fsl Iw* No. 9. Astor House, Broadwmy.
CU) MM 188 ION AGENCY IN UANOOR, MAIN A?
' The subscriber tenders his service* fer the transaction of
a general Commission aad A actio# business. Confident thai baa
Eears exp'rieuce in tli* above business in Boston, wifl enable
na to give satisfaction to those who may avail themselves at
his eervicrs, he solicits consignments of Merchandize generally,
for private tale or auction. Cash advanced on unlimited con
signments. Particalar attention paid lo the purchase and ship
ment of Lumber
SETH E. BENSON, Commission Merchant
and Auctioneer, Bangor, Me.
Re fen to A. O. k A. W. Benson. New York ; John Bensom
It Boa, Boston ; John P. Adam*. Baltimore. ml8 1 as*
ARDWARE, CUTLERY k BRITANNIA WARE.?
I case Rodger* fc Sons Penknives,
10 cask* Dixon & Hons Britannia Ware.
3 do assorted Table and Pocket Cullory,
1 do Wade h Butcher's Razors,
4 do Greaves A Bon* Filet.
30 do general assorted Hardware,
By last arrivals, now opening, aad for tale from the shstvua
on secomasodnlsiig terms, by A. W. BI'IEB k CO.
ra97-8m 199 Pearl street.
American Britannia WARE.-Ju.t mtind, ?
?erj (iltniirc uwrtmnt of American Britannia Ware,
in tele; in poiut of style and finish, eicceds any thing of Lie
kind before made. TKe article i* qwte aa good u that import
ed, and for tale at one-third leaa
DANIEL K. DELAVAN, II Ma>den Lane,
aH-y near Brood wy.
PATRNT WIRDLAW,
BEDSTEAD.
tO- TH ESnberribera, Hole Proprietor* and Maoafhcturert,
are prepared to eieeute, with despatch,* T order* for their Ua
rivalled Patent dwelled Beam Windlass Bedsteads, which arc
now almoet universally uaed, aa being tin best article a." jot in
vented?combining earn, convenience and durability.
The sacking, acted upon by the windlass and iwelled beam ia
made mMh light and fre- fr >m all liability to *i?gg,stHI l*fT?
tag an elaatieity in the tame, which render* it particularly ?a#y,
?imple ia construction ; the matter at putting ap and taking
down will be f<mnd of hot Utile trouble la comparison with thorn
at any other mint ruction, whilst the precision with which tha
component p*Oi are fitted, act* aa a late guard against the inlr^
Auction of aa) kind of vermin.
from the oare taken to reader each Bedataad perfect, thai
qualities for durability will recommend them to pnrchaiera?
who are inriled t# hall aod e*amide a large assortment, now oo
aand.
Alan, a large aaaortmeat of elegant Errniture, Mottramoe
leather Bed*, Nr. constantly an hand.
J. W fc C BOUTHACK, No. 1M Broadway,
jolty K ran Mi a Ho?.
Knickerbockerhali.. No. 10ParkRow.-th.wt
srriber* having opened the above house on the BUBO
PEA N PLAN, would respectfully inform their friond* and the
public, that they are now ready to accommodate thorn in a?tylo
not to be Mrpuwed by aay similar honso in thi* city. Tom
honee will alwaya bo furnivked with ererv convenioM*. and all
iht laaoria* nf aa anrirailed market There ara one naadrad
lodging room#, which are aire, newly faruiihwd, and in perfect
order. The Ordinary ? t>"*f "? "?? ^">r? ?? ?|*cioaa, neat,
eoavenicat. and well furmebed. and the Union ihall alway. bo
supplied with all the rariety the market affords, served up by
evpertenced rooks.
The marked success which has attended establishments at
this hind, is suNrient evidenao of their adaption to both hmiaam
men ami travellers
Oeatlepwn visiting the city, will find thi* a most desirable and
central situation, being nearly on Broadway, fronting the Park;
and, in short, concentrate* the beauty and elegance of local and
transitory object* of attraction and splendor with which New
York sb.rn.ids EDBALL k JONES.
N B.?For the aecommodatioe of Trarellers, this houoe wtM
be open at all hours of the night al-tf
CUSTOM HOUSE HOTEL-REVIVED -I.OVEJOT k
PEPPERS woald respectfully ahra their frienda and the
psiblie generally, that thoy hare taken the Ho? an the corner
of Pine and Nassna streets, known as the Custom Home Motel,
and a nee *o celebrated under the management of Horn?and, at
a great aipenae, have fitted it up in a new and moat splen.hd
style, and furnished it throughout ia the best possible manner.
They intend to keep the ehoiceet liquors, wine*, and viand*,
that the market can produce; and their t offee Know will ho
furnished with errry variety?auch a* coffee, chocolate, tea,
sandwiches, cold meal*, stewed oyster*, fcc., liqus.r* and ???gam,
all of the first order, snd fruit* ia thslr season. TH* Refectory
below, will be supplied with oytter* mreery style; and all the
kinds of dishe* thd appetite may era**, anoked ia the most ap
Pr*The Coifing Rooms are airy,convenient, and well faraidsed,
and now ace at the command of tha traveller and the ?rftiaoa.
By assiduous attentions, L. k P. hope to pie?, and to deterve a
share of public patronage in'll eodisU

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