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MONDAY MORNING, MAY 6, 1839. ? 8 FOR HAVRE?The superior French Brig 08 8IAN will be despatched in about tea days. For i freight or passage apply to E. 9TBYEN8 k SONS, or U BOYD k HINCKKN, nl-y No. 9 Tontine Building*. FOR MARSULLMTtJ Sail on the 4th initant, the superior French Brie TKOIS FKERES, Cap i tain Biaie. For freight of a few packages light goods, Mpfy to A. LOUBAT.orto BOYD k UINGKEN, ml y No. 9 Tontine Buildlug*. FORL1V E It POO L.? N r w Liue.?Hcg*lar Packet for the 25th May.?Tlie elegant packet ship SHER 'IDAN, Capt. Depeyster, of IN# ton* burthen, will ?ail a* above. For freight or passage, having accommodations tan equalled for splendor or comfort, apply on board, at Orleans Wharf, foot of Wall street, or to E. K. COLLINS k CO., 56 Wall ?t. The packet ship Oarrick, Capt. A. 8. Palmer, will succeed he Sheridan, and sail on the 2>th June. a27y TBANSATLANTIL' STK AM ?S1F CO. NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL. The steam ship LIVER, POOL, 1150 ton* burthen and 468 horse power, R. J. Father, R. N-, commander, is appointed to sail as follow* : From Xrw York. /Vent Liverjtoel. 18th May. 20th April. 6th July. ( 13th Juue. 24th August. 1st August. 19th October. 21st Scptembrr. 14th December. 16th November. Fare to Liverpool, thirty five guineas ($163 33) in the aft, and thirty guineas ($140) in the Tore saloon, including wines and all stores N# second class passengers taken. Children ?tnlcr 13 aud servants iialf price. An experienced surgeon accompanies this ship. For passage or freight, apply personally or by letter to aid ABM. BELL k CO. Agents, 117 Fulton st., N. FAKE REDUCED TO l'J 1-J CENTS. STEAM FREIGHT AND PASSAGE LINE.?For KKYPORT NEW JERSEY. The new and low-pressure Steamboat WAVE, Captain Joseph Stoiwy, will commence her trips on ^MONDAY, tlsa 29th inst., and run until further notice? leaving Key port, near Brown's Point, Middletown, in the etouuty of M i imouth, every day, Sundays excepted, at 9 o'cUck, A. M.j anJ Washington Market Slip, New York, at 2 o'clock, F M.; landing at Segoiu's Dock every trip. Stage* will be in attendance to convey passengers to the dirterent section* of the oounty. For lurtlier particulars apply to the Captain on board. Fare to Freehold 37} cents. a6-3ni* SOUTHERN DAILY MAIL LINE lor ^ Norfolk, Charleston, 8. C., Petersburg, and Richmond.?The steamboats ALABAMA, KENTUCKY, and JEWESS, all boats of speed and accommo dation, will commence running daily on the first April, between Baltimore, Norfolk, and Portsmouth, leaving th* lower end of I Spear's wharf every afternoon at 3 o'clock, or immediately af ter the arrival of the ear* from Philadelphia, and will arrive Mat morning at Portsmouth in time fer the cars for Wilming ton, and thence steamboats to Charleston. Returning will leave Portsmouth every day after the care arrive from th* South, and reach Baltimore nci morning in time for the cars fur Phila delphia. These boats run in connection with the well known steam packet* Georgia and Soatli Carolina whieh leaves Norfolk ?very Saturday for Charleston, giving traveller* achoicn. They also run iu connection with the James River boats to Pelers hmrgand Richmond. Strangers arc informed (old travellers know) that this is the cheapest and most comfortable route for ?onthrrn travellers, as there are no changes from cars, steam boats, and stage* in the dead of night, as on Ins Washington Monte. The company therefor? hope the travelling part of the community will patrouise them, iu giving equal facilities end Mp*rior comfort. rastage aud fare to Norfolk, $8 JOHN W. BROWN, ?126-If Agent. KAUE REDUCED."?"NO MONcT 'POLY. Ptople'? New Line for Bolton, via '.Vetvpart end Proridenee.?t 'abin passage one doHar?D?ck lifty cents.?The steamer LEXINGTON. Capt. | Vhoderbilt. will leave New Yoek for Newport and Provi deticf. Wrdaetday, the 8Ui inst., at 6 o'clock, P. $1, from Pier No. 4 North River. Freight taken at 4 cents per fooL Fot Atrbier information apply on board. The rngine, baiters aud hull <>t the above boat have bean pat ?M complete order, find Me public may rut arrwdiLU there oooll he no racing practiced. It b? lug entirrly nana.? i-ary to su* ?nsn h?v well eatabttvhed reputation for speed. The regular dtfs for the Lexington to leava New York will b? Wednesdays ?M Saturdays, until furthor notice. a4 3m 60 OROSS INDELIBLE INK BOXB8, cheap, for sale No. 121 Kultou st. m28-1m g SAR3APARILLA rOHTKR?A new and healthy h?v. rage.?Thi* porter i? manufac tured by tbr tubaeribcr* from iBgrrdirnt. p<-rfrelly iooffrnMVe, Iherr being no naraatir a. a. I m Ike competition. ll combine* an agreeable ton**, with an ?Iterative, admirably calculated to invigorate and produce healthy action throughout the ayatem. * The aaoet delicate can uva it without the possibility of ere alist an undue eecitemeul, at the *ame tone dcrire all the ad vantage* from it* tonic properlie* that can be obtained from the ba?l London jiorter. The StraaparilU (introduced into the porter) ha* lang hean celebrated a* a renovator of the *y*teui, perifying tbe blood, ?radicating cutaneou* diaeaw. he. For a lummtr beverage for health it i* believed that due rrteri* utnurputaed by uny article ever offered to the pablie bring lifcUy carbonated and very grateful to the palate, for lale by the grower doaen, by WIUTINO h DABCOCK.tl Liberty at. N. B. Delivered in an) |?*rt of the eity. aM-lm" WOOD TOOK STOVES?Which are I*hiag the place of all other* in l)u.< city for their eonveiuence and econo my, being -naliled tu do ive different hindi of Coohing at one and th- aama time, via; Hauling, Baking, Boiling, Frying and Broiling) all of which are done moat perfectly with the lead fu 'I and labor, of any culniary apparatus now la ear. Those having tracking atnmney* will finu them an effeetaa! ?arc. riaaae call and eiainine them. 8TRATTON h BF.YMOUR, lU In' 349 Water afreet HUMAN HAIR. WHIMKKKA A* KTBIMOWN. Since the puhlication of A. ORllfUJlAN'8 COM FUnHON more than thirty imitation* or counterfeit, hare auccemivrly appe-\r*d. Now the Pilou* tytteta b eiplo red by all tb- Barber* ef New York. Bai no one, doubtle??. will diepite that the author of fRAMMkANT ( OM POSITION it the oaly person who hat especially ap|died him-elf with aoal aad assiduity to there carious mieroecopie researches. The -neno-ag-meni he hat re nsrfved b a ?ure teetnaoay of the general aautfactioa given.? TV- tale of this article sterols his aaost sanguine -spoctalion. From thi* dale, Mr. A. ORANDJKAX proa*itei, according hr> hit aoaijetion, to (wrform estrnordianry cure* apoa all p-r aoa. who tMl give hihl liirir roaldrnce, and who *.111 nvrmH him to eierrise ft. A. according to the raaae and the different affection* of the Piloo* ?yetem. He appreciate* ami combine* mith cireumspeetson, all the prescriptions given id the heal an ffboia, giving no prrfarenre to hta own remedies eaeept where fhe iu<i rvipurea it, ami where, moreter, eapcrieace for ao nanny y-ar* eioiArm* it* effi. aey. 1 Ti* principal ramedtet arc: 1st. Fade, the aaa of which Umarmalee* the infallible cure of XFROTKISIA, and the tem porary or permanent fall of the If br?all Cutaneou* Eruption* of th* aealp of a Teller nature, that which ia moat generally Met with oa the head* of voting children. M. (Mrri/'riwi /irsba, the employment af whsah, in aahort ?Mbe, cure* fa YDROTRIHIA. M. Jt Mculi'ar Flatter, am) a Diaphoretic Cap for the treat ment of Biliktcss ?mad anally, preteriptleaa aaaordtng ta the different ca?e* etn! oomtiiiitiona. Approved and regnm mended by the Jf. Y. Medina! faculty ?Are, Barclay *t., No 1, Avlor House. off Km* H OW TO BEAUTIFY THE COMPLEXION.?WY ETfTB MILK Of ROBES?<'elshruted for the lam 40 in Europe and America for aoflemng and beautifying the anm. aad reudrring it imooih and delicate. It i? a moat per dhrt lavury after abating or waahing, he. It b a positive curv fbr piainlev, sunburn, taa, eruption*, freckle*, It# Indeeil it A to valuable that no tuilet or ureaalng ea*e baompl-te without iL For *ale. wWnteaale end retail, hy A. B. h I). Sands, 100 Fulton, earner Willi*,* J. Syme. M aad *40 Bowery; C M King, 1)44 Broadway) (1 Lindtay. 04 tilth Avenee,and Host druggists, Inncy stares An., in Laadnu and America. Aak for Wyeths Mtlk of Row, decidedly anperior ?o any ffl the mm Id. nlMn CO LT*S 'BOOK-KEEPING. f?- A PRACTICAL WORK UPON A PLAN ENTIRE lYNEW ?The accounts which farm the baaet ot. ne sesenoe nun elaaaed under Fire Dlibioat. with deffnbe etplanatlanaaAer Oh* form* of rnmmar and aritoiweiie. t contain* a vocabulary nf mercantile term* aad phrases Al?a, a key riplajning the an Raia and iwiwu-r af Journalising each af th* Day-Book entries, M a practical aewiuaUat would etplata the aame in hi* pupil, thb tampliAe* th* teiessre (Hut any voaag man of common HwgliA ?duration may acquire 11 In ?ledge without the assietanee of a Oaaaha* To which i* nnd.d, Directions M the Learner, am1 Practical Kerm* far heeiTig ho. ha In avvry evtent aad varmt* ?feommera.nl hanavaj rnUir Vddresses, the Arat ever delivarw 1 subject be. Ac hi? dav pohliahed and for ml* ky D. APPLETON A nlaAW* 900 Broadwm Chemicals,leeches* German silver.?The subscriber would remind hi* extensive oily and country friend*, that he hue constantly on band the rarest Chemical* Drugs, superior large sited Swedish Leeches, and German Sil, rer in ingots, sheets and wire of all guaee nnmbere; bras* wire 3'2, for brush and siere Makers; Dutch metal and Brouae, Ike, Ac. German Silver Sheets, Solutions of Tin, t. Teaspoons, Iron and Red Liquors, " Tablespoons, Soda Ash, " Buiterknives, Morphine, * Ladles, Strychnine, ? Fishknives, Yeratrine, " Castings, Spirits of IVtse, Aqua Fortis, Ether, Nitric Aeid, Aqua Amonia, i'arlkng Acid, Diamond Cement Muriatic Acid, All the goods are warranted and aold at wholesale and retail on very reasonable terms, bv LfcWIS FEUCHTWANOER, a9t-y No. 3 Cortland street NEW YORK BAZAAR Far Plain and Fancy Paper Rexes of all Lien or nusnvtss wnitkhk, 1'J 1 Pnltoa sired, Three doors from Nassau HEW VOKK (tfjh Ctty and eountrjr merchants will find constantly a very urge stock en hand. They can be accommodated at short no tice to any siae or any quautity they please; also, by shipping them in so profitable a packing as may be desired to any part ol America. Real genuine Cologne Water, imported from Germany, of ? most superior quality?will satisfy every purchaser. Also, just received by late arrivals, a fine lot of COLORED AND HAKBLU PAPER, of the bi st beautiful patterns. mvll-y FATRKTltlfilDliAHBi BEDSTEAD. THE Subscribers, Sole Proprietor* and Manufacture!*, are prepared to execute, with despatch, all order* for their Vh rivalled Patent Swelled Beam Windlass Bedsteads, which arc bow almost universally used, as being the best arliole as yet in vented?combining ease, convenience and durability. The sacking, acted upon by the windlass and ewrlled beam is made perfectly light and free from all liability to sagg, still leav iug an elasticity in the tame, which renders it particularly easy, and simple in constructing; th< matter of putting up aud taking down will lie found of but little trouble in comparison with those of any other construction, whilst the precision with which Use component pants are fitted, acts as a salt-guard against the intro duet ion of any aiud of vermin. From the care taken to render each Bedstead perfect, their qualities lor durability will rruommeud Uirm to purchasers? who are invited to call and examine a large assortment, now on avoid. Also, a large assortment of elegant Furnitiare, Mxttruesc* Feather Beds, Ac. constantly on hand. J. W. It C SOUTHACK, Nu. 1*? Broadway, jelSy FrankRu House. FANCY^AND'COLORED PAPER ?Juut arrived, a most splendid assortment of plain, coloured and marble paper, for printer*, stationers, bookbinders, apothecaries, sugar-bakers, and esprnallv motto paper, fur the latter, beautifully cut, and to b* sold by the ream extremely cheap for (ash, at No. 131 Fulton street, three doors from Nassau. Best arrangement* are to he found likewise to accommodate cons.try merchants and wholesale dealer*. f 10 3m WINDOW BLIND MAN UFACTOR If . THE sabscriber respectfully begs to inform the public, thnt he has constantly oa hand a large and elegant assortment of every description of the painted transparent washable win dew shades, consisting of Italian and other landse*|>et, Diaphi uous, Chinese, Architectural and Fancy Blinds, which he o?* confidently recommend for their beauty, strength and great du rability, as they have been known, with common car* to last from ten totourlm jrart. tu. of it* skaiiss, mduiliss cords, tassels, rack, pullies, and fiuiugs for w iudows, complete, vary from $7 aud upwards, per pair. Blind* painted and fitted to order, by applying to GEORGE PLATT, 1* Spruee st N. B. Country dealers supplied with blinds and bitnd fitting, so 10 lw*v SALAMANDER WOAKI. No. to I'h??i street?'fin O proprietor of tki* establishment invite* the particular at tentioa of proprietor* offnrnaee* of different kind*. iron Costa der*, engineer*, mooni, builders, chemist*, manufacturer*, and other* who require ? great heat, to the article* mad* by him, consisting principally of Fire Brick* of all description*and shape*, warranted raaal to the celebrated Stourbridge briok*, Tile* nf various kinas far baker*' oreac aud gre>n houses, fli tare* for grate*, luting* for stoves. fire cement, Portable Fttrna ce*. superior to any other*; Flint Stone Ware forcbeaiiit*, war rantrdto rc<i*t tne action of fire. acid*. Ac. Ae A large as sortment of the** article* are kept constantly on hand, aad likewise made to order at the *horte?t notice- all of which arc offered for *alcoa the moet rcacoaablc term*. mlft-ftm' 1L LB FOULON, Proprietor. DAN'IRL BOLL, formerly of No* A Bell, offer* for ?ale hi* whole itock of Plant*, consisting of a choite eolleet wi of (Jrcca-Noo** and Hot llouo Plant*, with hw Shrub* and Rote* whieh is the be?t in the Untied State*. They Will be told together with hi* grem-hntMc* or ia lot* to tail purchaser*. Ladu* and gentlemen wishing to rathe atrlactioa will do well by calling ?oon. If not dttpoeed of by the 4th of June, they wfll the* be mid atpablic auction on the prcmi*e*. He likewiee offer* a large quantity of Mulberry Tree* of different kind*, the Multicaeli*, Moretto, Alpine, Ac. the whole will be dis puted *f on rrr* reasonable terra*. aitt-lm* NRW KNfiliAIVB HOI'MBc. (t7- The Mihteribcr ha* taken the new lloete No. 6 Roe** relt itreel, near IVarl and Chatham, which he ha* fitted ap aad fnrnithed with an eye to neatness aad convenience. Tin fur niture and Asture* entirely new, and the bar and larder wall faraiehed. To club* and partiea, to a limited aamher of hoarder*, aad to traveller*, the New England House offer* accommodstiaa* which the advertiser tra*U wail ensure him a there of the pah lie patronage. M HUOHEB. aft-3m* EH RC O VI) W A~RiTho r EL.?Ne a t to the eora*r oT ?trret, in Na??aa ?trr*t. Tin* well knowa e?tahli*hm**l having aadergoae a thtwoogh rrltting, i? now in complete order for the aocoieiwedatioo of those who may honor it with their patronage. There are ia thia house,beside* the lower Wory,whieh it thrown entirely open a* a public bar room, a large room apoo the *c coud story, 74 feet ny 9A, well *uited for the accommodation of public mnetingt, together with srverol entailer eae* adapted la Hie a** of cluh* releree*. ?w for the transact*** of other privai* basiae**. Club* and private partiea accommodated with roe m, aad may be famished with dinner* *r * upper*, eompoted ?f eraey specie* of game or daltoary whieh the marhet* afford at short notica. EDMUND JONRR, Prop wtnr. KNIt K f.R BOt K It R HALL. No. 19 Park low?The mN ?crihers having opened the abova house on the EURO PEAN PLAN, woald revpectfally inform Hieir friend* aad the public, that thay are now ready to accommodate than* ia atlyle not to be *arp?**ed by any timilar boa** in thi* city. Tat* bouse will alway* he l'urai*h?d with evert caaveaienct. aad all the Insane* of an unrivalled market, 'fhrre are an* huadred lodging room*, which are airy, newlv furnished, aad ia porfbot order. The Ordinary, being on the nrst Boor, is iparioa*. neat, conveuieat, and well furnished, and the laile* thall alway* be supplied with *11 the variety tb* market affords, eerved ap by ? tperienced cook*. The marked *uceea* which ha* attended e?tahli*hm*al* of thia lint, ia eaiicioat evideao* ef their adaption to both bail am men aad travrller*. Oeatlemra visiting the rite, will And thia a and desirable aad ?antral situation, being nearly oa Broadway, fronting the Park: ?ad, ia short, eeac untrale* the beauty and elegaare *f local aad transitory object* of attract!** and ipleador with whieh New T?rh abound*. ED8ALL k JONRH. N. B.?Ftw the areoaiaiodatioa of Traeellera, thai house will be opea at all hour* of the night. al-tf DANIEL SWEENEY, ll Ann *tr-et, retnrn* hie *?????? Hiank* to hit numerous friend* for the liberal vuwpoelthey have uniformly rendered him aiacehe first opeaed hit Hefaotory and amuroe them that it wiR be hi* constant endeavor to merit* ?Oiiluiuaae* nf their anprobatioa. Hi* table ie alway* furmehee with the he*t the maraet afford* . and those whe may hoaor hi* Hi Me with their prrwwer, may depend npon being served with elhanli****, aivility and pramptitade. jl# 11 NEW REFECTORY J. SWEENEY intorme hie friend and the public that he hat opeaed a new Rrfeeliwr, Iai thai large and elegant baitdiag. No. 144 Fulton street. Finn, He?h and Fowl are alwag ? to h* found oa hi* table*, aad every delta* ft Of tho .eaooa grovided ae too* a* it appear* ia the market. Ne aare or atlenlion will he wootiag oa III* pwl, to give general ?atHfaetioa, and he horww to find that gene rone eaooiwagemoat which ha ie determined to deeerve. i hi tf ? J SWEENEY 'pilR FLUSHING PAVILToN I* now ready U aecoiamo 1 date transient and permanent hoarder*. A few more families will be taken cheep if wpUcaboa* a/e made eoon. Flushing, April It, 19M. alt-lmeod* HARDWARE. CUTLERY A BRITANNIA WARE? | rate Rodger* A Bon* Peak aire*, |0 cask* Diaoa A No* Brttanai* Ware, I do aa*orted Taki* and Pocket Lallerv, I do Wade A Bei< horv Raaara, 4 do Grease* A Bo* ??, BO do general aeeorled Hardware, By last arrival*, now opening, aad foe eale from the ehehme on accommodating tiram,by A. W. SPIES A CO. mf7-4m IBB Pawrl stroek. tJIbilC E fUMPS F?)R DEEf WELLS SBBRTK A J. STONE, Plumber A Engineer, 100 Broadway *0-lml ?5. A. Bradbrooit'? 6KXIRAL OUTFITTING STORE, Where a Geutlemxa may procare every article for a complete Outfit of the heat quality, No. 353 PEARL STREET, CORNER OF FRANKLIN SQUARE, N. Y. Here the public m?) always procure Fhk good* in the Outfitting line, And what iaimpoitant, be aure, Tliat untiring teal will combine, Willi skill in preparing each sort Aa good u elsewhere can he bought. Here the steamboat and packet ahip may Their ready made linen procure, And pricea moat moderate pay For artielea well made am! secure. Mere they wilt constantly keep Every article belong'ne to that elass, From the counterpane, blanket and sheet To the towel aud clotb for yonr gle*s. Gentlemen alao will lied Their ready made linen complete, From fabrics the be.st of their kind. And made up exceedingly neat. Shirta,Under Shirts, Draw'rs, BeiU and Hose, HandkcUtliicfs, Bosoms and Stocks, While the <>l<ill that ?ach article ahowa, Brings customers crowding in flocks. But he need not each item rehearse, The Suspender, the Collar, the Glove, The Pantaloon, Strap and the Purse, Each tine as those mentioned ahore. Linens, like wise, to order are made By those who are knowa to excel, And the very fair prise that is paid Yields work that is always aoue well. 'Tis extremely coaveaient to know Where au ample assort meat is found, Ami at once there be able to go Without searching the city all round. Alse, Vesting and Slock Satins, iu lengths, to suit purchase m90-tf IM PORTANT. The IQniue d^neniion!? Preparation for W'nr!! Off- At this moment, when we are perhaps on the ere of a War with England, it become* the duty of every one to enquire how far this may personally concern himself. It is a sell-evi dent fact, that an enormous advance on English manufactured goods will be one of the consequence* of such an event. And in no article will it be more heavily felt than on Rngllsh cloths. It is therefore hardly ltcessary to point out the policy of all and sundry providing themselves with a sufficient supply of clothing. PHILIPS1 well known Cash Tailoring Establish ment, 10fi William,corner of John street, present* an opportu nity of obtaiuing a first rate garment, equal to any, and sur passed by none, in the city, f*r materials, make, and price? l'he astonishing patronage which this establishment lots expe rienced, it a sufficient indication of public judguieut. And tlit proprietor, having made such arrangements for the ensuing season as will, he hopes, insure and merit a continuance of such The system adopted is alone peculiar to this establishment Purchases arc made direct fruin manufacturers in England, thereby avoiding the accumulated profits of importers and job bers, consequently reducing the price of the article to such aa extent as to euabfe him to employ near but final rate workmen; whereas those differently situated are cora|ielled to employ in ferior workmen, in oonsequeaoc of buying at second or third hande. And those establishments which give long credits, as a result, incur many unavoidable losses, and are obliged to make their cash customers suffer sufficient profits for running such risks. The advertiser deems it unnecessary on his part to give a list ? f prices so much practised, as it it too often deeeplire. He confidently relies on one trial, being sufficient to merit a con tinuance of the favors of those who may give him a call mib-lm O TRAM S< GL UING AMU TAILORING, by WilliMn O Smith, at No. 0 Wall street, New York. All orders in the above line will be thankfully received aud punctually attended to. Repairing done, collars cuffs, buttons, lining*. straps, uM ? aOo to appear equal to new. *11-1 in" CHEAP CABH CLOTH STORE^ At No. 20 Maiden Lane, WHERE may be fouud, by She piece or yard, a supe rior assortment of fine and low priced Broadcloth*, Habit Cloth*,C astiraeres, Summor Stuffs, Velvets, Vestingi, Trim mings, Ac. Ac. The subscriber will offer the ahore at very low prices for cash, in order to diqxvsr of his entire slock ore vtou* to Augsnt next, as lie will then he obliged t o remove from hie present stand. nrJS-lm MAAL T. THAYER. REMOVAL?J.ITbaNCKEH, Merehaat Tmior. inform* hit fnenils aud the publis generally, that he has removed from No. W Fulton street, **U. S. Hotel," to No 90 Nassau at, near Fulton, where he is prepared te receive and execnte q|1 orders on trusted to hi* eare, with neatness and punctuality, a 8 lm REMIUM UH1LURkfN' sUlOTHINW?GEORGE A. HOYT A CO., Ne. 14 Bowery, have on band aa extensive assortment of fashionably made Children's Clothing, (samples of which obtained the premium at the recent fair,) which tbry arc disposed to sell very cheap for Cash, cither at wholesale or retail. a*-3m* JAMt.lt A TAVLOU,(forme rty F. A. jantes) CASH TAB LORINC ESTABLISHMENT, No 00 Maiden Lane? The subscriber! respectfully inform the patrons of the above es tablishment, that they are daily reeeiviag a supply of splen did Goods, suitable for th weseu l season. wldra they make ap to order, sell by the piece or otherwise, at their nssisl low prima for oneh only. Wiutna Paarae. Over eoaU of doe Beaver elotho. fooen M to $99 ? Pilot 14 to 98 " ? colored broad " " 14 fid to 98 Ores " file, " 19 to 10 ? " wool dyed black * to M Paatal- *a* of black, blue or fancy eolorod, tr- a $3.40 to $10. >eat* of cloth, camimere, figured and plein eilke, from $4.40 to $0. Dreae aoats made and trimmed, from $7.90 to $8JM Overcoats ? * ? 7.00 to IIM Pantaloon* and vest*. $1.90 enrh. The subscribers wish to be ditlincffy understood that gar ments made at this establishment are warranted to fit, and to be made by the best workmen, in the latest stvle ru t fashion, jd-tf-jr J AM EM A TAYLOR. GENTLEMEN H CAMT OFF CLOTH IU O aOVOHT. ?*n THI FCI.a vault OIIM I* e ISM, BT H. LEVETT, 14 Dunne sL, 3 doors from William. (Kp- KNOWING there are pnosi who wake a greet puff ?a their advertisement* for Ca*t Off Clothing, Ac. Ac. and who ia many **?*? do not gtVe lite full value for the tame,?H. L. wiTl assure I'.mm* gentlemen who may have such artielea by than*. aad who may send Cur him, of receiving the very utmeel value ia CASH for every article. M. V? A line through the p>xt ofltrr or otherwise, to the above addrees. will meet with du? iU?ati>*>. f I-9m* OOT?! BOOT* AT WALJKftR k tO.'l 900 Canal, corner of Hudson street?Boot* for gentlemen's summer dress. Just retelred, 1,008 pair of due seal, calf aad morocco part with steel aad brass plateena the hoelt; for style aad com fort these boots goabead of any rrer offered te the public? prices from J. J4, i 74 to $3.00 per pair. Ladies, Mittes, and children's shoes of all ralara, sorts and sine*?the cheapest in the United Stales. We have just fee ess ed a few doitn pairs of first rate French and native calf skia boot* af the latest fashion?price* $4 to ?.*> p*r peer. Men's, Boys', aad Children's Bo?Ib aad Shoes, of all shapes, snrwaad sixes that can he thoaght sf, the eiie-apest in the werld. Walkerh n?w shoe store, 980 Canal nor. Hudson street, aad and 990, the new storv nor. Greenwich street - - WAI.KKRAEO PATH. ION, NEW BRIGHTON?GEO. PI P. HIS, (lam af the Wtverly Hence, New York, aad Reckaway Pavi lion,) hat iff* pleasure to announce to hi* friend* and the neb lie, that he has leased this splendid eslsbltebmeat at New Brighton, Stalea laiaad, six miles from the eity of New Yark? The hoaee it bow open for the summer, for the aeeomiaoda lion of his boarders and visiter* The proprietor flutter* himtrlf that having h*ea long known to tii* public, aad havmg opened a koase toai ouanot he eer pae ed far every advantage u a watering |daee, (he thiake he way eav, in the world,) aad confidently iiopmg that he shall have ia filay each improvemeals made, hy adding a Library, Reading aad Billiard R? >me, Bath tioasee. together with a variety of amueemaate daring the eeaeoa. *? will make st very inviting. There are the heel of eehooA ia the viriaity, ssy walking din taare. Families arriving with their carnages, well fiaff th* beat af stableag aad atleajsnce of grooms. At. Th* Steamboats Water Wileb and t mder'lla leave New York at 7, 10) A. M , and 9|, 9t? i?i, 8 P- M.j sad leave the New Brighton Doak for the eily at 01,9, !?! A M.,and $.$,7 T. M ayldtfkW RYDER 8 NORTHERN AM) SOUTHERN OEM. Tl.EMk.NS FASHIONABLE BOOT AND SHOE FJITABL18HMF-NTS, Nr. $ Be-kwn atreet, New York, and N?. 18 Nalohrt atreel, New Orlejtta - -8>alhern grntleman eititiag ihr city of New York, are reapectfulltr informed that they will (InH a Ml aaaortmenl of Opera and Dreaa B.w>ta U#. iob Shoea, Fancy no,) Dreaa Paeipa, and Oaitera of lh? ?im> tlyle and quality m ware funnkrJ ikem at No. 18 Natcher at. Haw OrlfiM, a ad wlnah okiaiaed Iht drii prcmiaaa at tkr late Fair in that city. Oeatlemm parch raina or g.riaf ordert far fiae Boat a for Ike ( karUaton, M.<kilr, New Orleana, Nalthra, Vicaakiirgh, or any of tba aouthera or aoalk wealern citiea, are in a i tad ?o aall and etaaiiae a apteadid arlirle af light Drear Boot*, made of Ereaek iaaparf-d aloak in the lateat Paneiaa faehion, al N# $ Reekaaa ?ir*et, Clialon Hall, New York, opp?eata tha Park. URIAH RYDER. If. B. Firal Praam u* at Ike American InMiiute, New Yark. " * Meekanira Ihatitnta, * ? ? ? late fair at Naw Orlemu. ?J** Leeches, leeches.?10.000 Lsvant and Swedish, juit im|>orted, iu fine condition, and a very superior lot, 1 far sale low, or applied, u usual, by O. COLBY, Ehemist, he. 1 a98-lm* 361 Pearl, corner of Frankfort. STOMACH PUMPS, Suspensaiy Bandag" ?, ami tuema Isy riages, manufactured by 8. Maw, surgical instrument ma ker, Loudon, for sale by ?? COLBY, a2S lm* 861 Pearl, corner of Frankfort. STRAW WRAPPING PAPER. 6000 reeraa Gap and Crown for tale by J. CAMPBELL A rF.RSSE, ab y 110 and 112 Nassau st. UMPS, WAT?RCLO?ETS anl'B A T H9^ m an of?e?ured by J. STONE, Plumber and Engineer, 390 Brondway. aO lm* PORTABLE SHOWER BATHS?manufactured by J. STONE, Plumber & Engineer, 390 Broadway. a9 lm* TO PAPER MAKE H 8?Foordriner Machine Wire Cloth* and Felts, for sale by J. CAMPBELL Si PERSSE, aSO-y 110 and 112 Nassau street Paper makers felting.?a bales 3?, 40,43, 04, 00, and 72 inch, of superior quality, for sale by J. CAMTBELL k PERSSE, a0 y 110 and lit Nassau NEW 0IILEANS^U gTaTl^OO h hdsTprime^imTitv, for sale by E. K. COLLINS k CO. a!4-y 66 Soutb street. GENUINE FARINA COLOGNE, warranted. By the single bottle or box. For sate by C. H RING. 044 Broadway. N. B. A very delicately perfamcd Cologne prepared by C. H. Ring. a6-lm* OEIDLITE POWDERS?Prepared from Sarory and Moore's reaeipl?a very superior article, fori ale by ab-lia* C H. RINfi. 0U Broadway. GARDEN ENGINES k SYRINGES manuftstursd by J. STONE, Plumber k Engineer, 390 Broadway, at-lm* BANK OK MlCllOAN.?TImmBikttfcit WRbil at Si p*r cent, by CARPENTER k VERMILYE. sl*-y No. 42 Wall street. THE HUMAN HAIR. ($lj~ CAU TlOJi.?The ignorance, humbug, and quackery on this subject bas of late become so iutolerably impudnat, that the public should really be on tbeir guard against ihe many pre tended nostrums for the restoration and preservation of the hair which are now dividing their attention and opinions. What the specific virtue of any of tbem may be, I do Hot pretend to determine, for no one has ever beard of or seen their effects, hut this 1 know, that not one of the many who pretend to the discovery of a specific for the growth of the human hair, has ever studied, or in f ict possesses nuy knowledge either of its or ganization or structure. Clirehugh's Treatise on the Anatomy and Physiology of the Skin and lltir, has proved of the utmost importance to these pseudo professors, as it has given them an taught into the sub ject, which before they did not possess, and of course were most gravely silent upon; but since the appearance of Clirchugh's Treatise they discourse most eloquently on the pretended vir tues of their nostrums, and prate most philosophically of bulhs, roots, kc., as if they had derived tbeir information from study and rractire, when forsooth the whole depth of their wisdom has baen gleaned from the labors of another. Under nil these circumstances, it may be reasonably inferred that little or uo faith is to b? placed us the use of any of those Oil*. Balms, Composiliuna, kc., which are daily foisted on the pubiia by ignorant impirics, who, in their advertisements, put all rules of composition, grammar, and orthography at defi ne*. Hi-ad C.'s Treatise, which may be had gratis at hit raoms; every thing like quackery is there utterly discarded; nothing set down hut what is founded on philoiopliic principles and practical esjierieiice, and beyond the power of refutation; the public will, therefore, discriminate between the impiricisin of i^Msms u>4 Its* pais, HismislRil ctaima of Irslti. VA1R CLIREHUGH. Professor of Hair Cutting and Wig Making, corner ofKalton and Broadway, up stairs. my3-lw* PREMIUM WIGS AND SCALPS. ft/- CLIREHUGH, Wig Maker and Hair Cuttrr, comer of Fuilou tlrcel ami Broadway, having just complrted a large and elegant meortmrut of hit celebrated Wig* and Toaperv, he invitee all wearer* to aa iwnertion of them. They are the mo?t untgn* article of the hind ever invented, and are to be had at ao other establishment in thi* country. Far elegance. Iichtnov and durability, they aow rank among the ftr*t production* of modern ingenuity. In their mauutacture, they differ from all other* hitherto made, llie hair bring singly inserted, and *o equally divided a* to appear ju?t issuing from the ikin. They cover no more of the brow thaa the nataral hair doe*, and being without any me tallic spring, all disagreeable pressure i* entirely abviated. They mutt be *eau to be understood or appreciated. mytHw* I~TALTaN TRANSPARENT WIN DOW til ADC 8. Ia addition to the former nipple, the tubteriher will reteive in Ilia eour?e of the prevent week ahoat Stiff pair* highly finish ed Italian Trantparent Window Shades, of every variety of landscape and scenery; among them will be found aaany en tirely new. The subscriber having purrhaied them leu than half lha original eoet, be will be enabled to tell them from from (IN to #4 a pair. For vaJe by OLIVER W. WOODFORD, i'17-lin* ffff 4 taberint street. THK MTI'ISV OP HO?H-HBKI>IN?. \o. 7?i Ctilmr itrift, naur Broadway. IT must b* apparent to aM that there o no effectual way at teaubiag a practical knowledge of Book-keeping but by conducting the pupil through a variety of buvine** trananrtiona, by hte making the rnkriei of each a* it occur*, and becoming familiar with the areeaat books from aclaal nee. It must not be imagined that baying ami telling merchandize are ail the trainer lions that lake [dace in business. The c< ar*e of in struction which present* to the pnnil more than a hundred dtf iermit he-iues* transartioa*. each or which become* the vuh.eet of remark, cnavereabwu and study, if decidedly a enuru of Cat I ice which mail remit in a good knowledge of Book ea*ng. Room* open day and erruing. Prospectus, with lev me, kt, to he had at the room*, where the advertiser'* works may be teen or parehaecd. C. C. MARSH'S WORKS. " The Science of Double Entry Bonk-keeping Simplified. A vtaickvrd work, ia it# vfveath edition. 'JOO page* octavo, HO of mvtrueliona; $1.26. Tbie book is introduced into the New York Public School* in preference to any other on the (object The trustee* of till* institution, it i* well knnwa. compote voni 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, I JO page* octavo, 4ff page# of loslrutlvoo, 7ff real*. "A Lecture on the Study of B ok keeping, with Balaneu j She. l ' A neat pamphlet, peg '. ISm ? . price It) cviile per siugle copy. MtreanHU M'ritinf ?A oouree of lemon* iv prepare t which will not fail in effecting a valuable improvement, mff-eeffauv* TO DRY GOODS JOBBERS. STORK. KEEPERS, MAN L'FAl TL'KKRB, kr. C.fRDA of every description, either Copperplate or Letter I'reve, CBerutvd in a tnperi'vr style on favorable terma. Javt rreeiveJ an assortment ef Plain and Ornamental Type, e*pre**ly for Card and Circular printing. Specimen* enn he etamined, end all order* promptly attended to. Wedding, Vis iting and Cnmmereial I nrd* engraved in a superior style, and printrd with the utmost neatneaa. Person* farnivhing their own Card Slate* ran have tbem printed on the latest and most approved fashionable stria of Card*, at abort notice. Just re ceived a superior lot uf /Vfiieia Card*, e*prc*aly for Vieiling and Wedding Cards, which fur whiten*** and brUriaoi y of pol ish cannot Ik vvtrlle l. SILVER PLATED DOOR PLATES, the sitvee plate #f which i* un?om*nonly thick, with tha improved Bronte Edge*. Brae* Door and Number Plate*, Seal*, he he VALENTINE'S Fashionable Card, Engraving, and Prtnting l.atnidishaaent, affW-lm* M Jolia street, corner of William. Q(t uALl 1L) WAS the quantity of Steel P?ma ma Ot),OUO,4?)4 nafaoturod by JOSEPH GILLOTT from Oevvher, 1*37, to Ortobnr ISffff ?The above statement will show She estimation ia whie thane pen* are held, and it i* presumed will be an mlecmeel to those wbo deuire n really good article, at leant to make a trval of them To he had of all stationer*, and wholesale only at fee manufacturer'* war# houae, Iffff Seek man vlrret mff-lf M t.N S, YOl rtl'S /M) I HILUMKN'B < LOTHINt. I Tha ?uh*eribcr* aeep constantly oa hand, a very large irtmentnf Heady Mad# Clothing, veiled to ever* age and , wbveh will be add at low prior* lor Cask ?>n*,wh*eh will be odd at low prior* i lA lm' GEO. A. HOYT k CO- J* Bo?J_ RBifOVAL. P. MELLYTJR H CO.. Importer* of Walehe*, have rumored from No. Iff tu Ne. M Maiden Lane, up stairs. _ I~NINE FAN) Y GOOD*. Part ornery, Cailery. Portabi* ' Deuba, Dressing Caeet, Week Bus#*, he. I* "<*7 wholesale and retail,at SolOlfB, m 7 |fat ?roed ww*. oppnmfa Jobn *k nH($G LOST?FIVE "lioLI.ARS REWARD Strayed from No IW Water street, a email dark yellow lerrmr.lut, about threr year* old, leng tail ?"d mr*. Whoever will return ber to M Water (tree! shall receive the above reward. She aa*wer* to the name of "Com." myA-fft* BHERmT/DA arrow ROOT.?A wyfai artfaia the new rreu.jeet received sad for sale by i| ha* C. H. UNO, M4 Broadway. THE WASHINGTON MARINE INSURANCE CO Kim removed ta 46 Wall (tract, nearly opposite Hanover street. THE WASHINGTON MARINE INSURANCE CO. of the CVy ..f New York continue to insure Marine and Iulaad Navigation Risks on terine as favorable as any other Company in thi, city. DIRECTORS. Jacob Harvey, John Thome, W hi. BraucUii, Albert Wnodhull, Edward Richardson, Simeon Drsiier, Jr., T. T. Kiasam. Richmond WhiUaarsh, A. B. Morrcll, R. H. Winslow, Jl'd ^ John V. Greenfield, 8. II. llerrick, j?#c pj. Seymour. John Bishop, y o Thurston, Jonathan Ogden, I |>. Disosway, i ? If I 1 rs.. .. - ' ' George Knceland, Oliver H. Joiies, John Pardy, George Ehniiigcr, Miuot C. Morgan, George Lelami, James Lswson. JACOB HARVEY, President. JAMES LAWSON, Vice Pres. WM. H. BIRD, Secretary. ml-lwm REMOVAL -LEWIS KE UC HT W ANGKU has removwA to No. 7 Gold street, second door from Maiden Lane, where lie will lie able to sell all the Goods which he is in the habit of keening?such as Acids and Chemicals of every de scription, German Silver in all shapes, Superior Swedish Leeches, Diamond Centrist, Brass Wire for Brush making, ?at wholesale and retail on the most accommodating and reasonable prices. mly CIOALS.?60 toue Orrell CoaJs, for sale by* J a'iO-y E. K. COLLINS k CO. 66 Souths! BASSFORD'S ROOMS FOR BILLIARDS ANG CHESS, 218 Broadway,and If Ann street, entrance join* the Museum in both streets, for the sale of Billiard Table#, Cloths, Balls, See. Sir., and exercises for health. Purchasers ana plnyers are invited. There are 13 Billiard Tables ready tor itial, sereu in one room, with spring, steel, India rubber and clotB cushions, anil eagle, iron, and wood I'ruinns, the best assertnieak ever offered the public. mtSI-y UNITED STATES ARMY.-Wanted for the 4th Regt mmt U. S. Artillery, stationod at Governor's Island, 100 or 300 able bodied men, bet ween the age of 18 and 36 years, be ing above 6 feet 6 inches high, of sober and industrious habits, of good character, and respectable standing among their fellow citizens. None need npply but those who are determined to* serve honestly and faithfully the period of their enlistment, which is five years. Besides lire monthly pay of the soldier, he is allowed one ra tion per dny, and a large supply of comfortable and genteel clothti g. Good ijuarters and fuel are at all times furnished, ami the best nodical atU ndance provid< d for the sick soldier, for which there is no deduction of pay. The laws provide a pension lor those oho VccMM disabled iu the discbarge of their duty. Apply at No. 4 Frankfort street. Alio?Want'd three Boys to learn Music. rny3-lni* E COCHRAN, EXCHANGE BROKER. 198 CANAL STREET. $.j^- All kinds of uucurrenl Bank Notes bought and sold up on the most favorable terms. WANTED?6,000 cross and hend Pistareens immediately, for which tin high"?t price will be given. al6-lm* JAMK8 O'DON NELL, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Grat, (Maine.) Ktrnns to?Hon. John Anderson, Collector oCthe Port 9 Portland; and Messrs. Codmuii k Fox, Counsellors at Law. He w ill practice in the counties of Cumberlsnd and Ox ford, and attend to the collection ?fTdemands hi nil parts of tli# Skate. *6-1 m ROOMS TO LET. FURNISHED or unfurnished Apartments to Let at S3 St. Mark's Plane, earner of 3d Avenue. Terms moderat*. my3-2w* TOIU ILDF.RH AND ARCHITECTS ? I). AI'PLETON A CO., 200 Broadway, have t>?iw day published the third edition of the very popular work of Minsrd Lafevrr, Ths B-au ties of Modern Architecture, illustrated by. forty-eight original plates,designed expressly for this work. D. A k Co. have *U? receutly published s new work, by the same author, entitled The Practice of Stair Case and Handrail Construct!' u, practically explained iu s series of fifteen plates royal octavo. The above works form the most valuable aad cbsap putdles Iions, for the ( irpeuter and Builder, extant. m\3-3t* rjio HOD BE Kfct-PEKs.?SUPERIOR BTVLK CUT 1 LKRY.?The subscriber lias just rsceived a few sets of bsry Bnllsace Hnadled Kuives and Forks, ia sett of 61, OS 66 pieces; also sets elegantly tiitod on mahogany eases, aad. some with Pearl Handles aad Silver Ferrels DANIEL E. DKLAVAN, my.Vy No. II Maiden Lane, a few doors from Broadway. RICH PLATED TEA& COFFEE URNS ?Just reeeiv.d some new patterns of Plated Tea Urns of diiTvreat si ceo, and warranted silver edges. D. E. DELAY AN. No. 11 Maiden Lane, myt-v A few doors below Bruodsray. ("1 LOBE HOTEL.?F. BLANCARD respectfully informs X hit friends sad the public that the above establishment ia now open for tlie reception of company. A continuation of the liberal patronage he has received is respectfully solicited. He would also notify the public that the Table d'Hote, at A P. M. will commence oa Monday, lite 6th insL Tbe baths,attached to the Hotel, wiil be in readiness for tbo accommodation of bis patrons, on Saturday, the 4th last, my 3-1 w SUCCESS TO J A.ltL VERNOL'S, DRAPERS AND I TAILORS, m they bav* adopted Lhe cash *)*trm, tad **? able la tell i lolhiiig oa lb* moat -r.i*onuhle term*. The put IU are invited in . ..II and evnmine Ihtir a**orlm????(, aad they will b? axlialiod Ural a great rating will be realiaed ia a cask ?yttem, a? contluclod at 91 Chatham *L N. B -A groat variety of Clwtba and Ca??hu*re VratlaH, kept oa band,and made ta order ui ibe moat faahionabJe rtyha. Aleo, a larg* Mturlarat of Coats aad Cloak*. ist?.'Jm*ia rilABLKT I P. OK PEARL AND ALABAS1 RR.-A am L |>rrior < oeiiM;tic Cor pretervtag the *kia from leromig chopped, and for prerontiag that reervisa and rough new gaaeral IJT MSMgM ' " rapoanre to cold, for removing I'rerkl**, fcr., aad lor healing pimple* ami other eruption*. It i* aUo far *? [toner to tbr ordinary Pearl Powder for improving the *n*n> [do ainn. to which it impart* additional *ofiner* and beautv. for tale by (.uion* . 199 Broadway; J. H. Hart, V7tt Broad way and 94 lludn.n itnytj ami by II. M. tduion, l'/7 S??w*ry, corner of f St and. 0 Henry, corner of Pike, and corner of Maim aad V runt atreeta, Brooklyn. Price. M eanlt. mOeedJae* SHUDA WATER ! SODAWATER !!? W. P. MuRRIB'S I (late Lyu< likt larhe't; Bo la Water on draft, or in Bob I le? at C. II. RlN'iJ'B Drug and Chemical *t >re, Stt Broadway, (eagre** Water in pint* and quart* roaataully oa band, freak from Ibe Spring* at dowa town price*. * Imia* NMBOIl< t, UK \ J. KNUEL, (formerly A. A. M.UJ rraperlfully iafurmi brr *u*tomerf, aad tbe Ladir* of tbi* city aad ririnity, that the More Na. 411 Broadway, incou ?equeti.r of repair*, will awt be open until the lith of May. Im Uie mraa iimr the ibviu* Ladier willing topurchaae,to call at her old establishment. No. I36j Bowery, where the bat ju?t re ceived leghorn and Tuscan of a *wprrtnr quality, a general an nulment ul Kilk Hat*, Neede Work, together with a rarielf of Fancy (4ood*. my1-lw* MRS. A. J. ENOF.L. rilO MERl HAM S, STORK KEEPERS AND HOTEL 1 KEEPERS.?J. w. STENT. Oeneml Builder and Job bing Carpenter, No. 14 Pellatreet, labra thi* method of return ing hi* liaeere thank* to hi* humerou* patron* ia tbeabore linn of hatinr**, and to inform them and the public generally, that he has now oa band 40,000 feet of wrll **a*oned prepared (hal ving and foanler ttulf?aad from hi* Ion* rtperieure aud ap proved latle la ill rag ap bar*. ?torev, he. h? ie at all timen ready to recnive ordnr* ia tbi* particular hraie b, and to enn* eute tbe *am* witb punctuality aad 4i*patcb, on the mat ruu ??maSle term*. aS7?tm NEEDLES NEEDLES NEEDLES*?-The ank iu returning hi* *ekn?wl*.lg'mei?u to h?? aamcrou* cum tomari for tlieir prelbraace given to hi* ImaCNeedle*. beg* to aware them that he will continue to supply tbe beat Need Ian the world can produce. Rodger*' Sctaaor*, Pen and Poeknl Knivaa, Hosiery, Thread*. Tape*, la. RICHARD RICHARDS. Importer of, and Dealer in Needle#, ke. aM Im* IBS Diviaionitraut. '|1 . in I I HE 'ITWKb.-OPERA TIVR DENTAL X SURtfERV.?Tha *uh*erih*r perform* every operation on the teeth and gum* on the matt modern tnd approved prin ciple* of the Dental art. and with profa*?inaal ah ill. Irregulnr itie* of the teeth in children and adalta remedied, eariouiieelk tilled with gold; loom teeth rendered firm; teeth eitraeted; teeth died, from one tooth to a complete *et. en raa?*?. Eos* reduced une third. N B. Toetk aehe renuived in?tantane>m*ly. PriOS W*. cent*. DK. H. VILLERB, at No. SA Liberty .1 Will remove on the Wt of May to No. 49 Lavpenard *4. ad-lmu" 11 WN SELF t oehiag and revolving ? km* Pwtol* Kvlv fno Rifle*. ae*orted. hoe aad common 400 tingle barrel gun*. da do 100 doable do do do 1000 pair* pocket and belt pittole 1,000.000 Pere>i*eton Cap* Oun Loch*. Rifle Barrel*, and a fall *ad completa *toeh of ma terial*. Tool*. *nd erery article required in the flan ?m Putnl trade, for *ale ky A. W. SPIES nybtm '? r>?H ??_ JOURNEYMEN mouse painters wanted ? Eight nv ten good Hv.ua* Painter* wanted, and eosd wagan will be^ivrn. by ? WMITNST, ll^CkwienK a^lUHIiw fofttr Wii< Irtilwif.