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TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 28, 1839.
NEW LINE OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS.
To ?l froui New York on the 96th, end Liverpool on the
tSth Of e.ioh month.
from new rou.
Ship OARRICK, Capt. A. S. Palmer, 36th Jane
New ship ROSCIUS, Capt. JohaCothns, 96th July
Ship SIDDON8, Capt. N. B. Palmer, 36th August
Ship Silt HI DAN, Capt. F. A. Dcpeyster, 36th Sept.
from LiraarooL
Ifew ship ROSCIUS, 13th May
Ship SIDDON8, 13th Jnue.
Shift SHERIDAN, 13th July
Ship OARRICK, 13th Aug.
Three ships ere all of the irst clam, upwards of 1000
torn burthen, built in the city of New York, with tuch im
provement* ?? to eoinbiue great speed with unusual comfort for
passengers. Every care has been taken in the arrangement of
Jfceir accommodations. The price of pasrage henoe is (140,
for which ample itores, including wine, kc. will be provided
Thee# ehipe will be commanded by experienced masters, who
will make every exertion to give general satisfaction. Neither
tiio captains or owners of these ships will be accountable for
any letters, parcel* or packages sent by them, unlese regular
tiilli of lading are signed therefor. For freight er passage apply
?in
E. K. COLLINS fc CO.,
66 South *t, N. York, or to
WM. k JAS. BROWN fc CO., Liverpool.
Letters by the Packets will be charged 12^ cent* per single
sheet?30 cents per ounce, and newspaper* one cnut took.
my'JSy
FOR LIVERPOOL.?New Line?Regular Packet
of the 96th June.?The elegant Packet Ship OAR
RICK, Capt. A. P. Palmer, of 1000 tons, will sail as
above.
For freight or passage, having accommodations unequalled
for splendor and comfort, apply on board at Orleans Wharf,
foot of Wall sL, or to E. K. COLLINS k CO.,
50 South st.
The Packet Ship ROSCIUS, 1100 tons, Capt. Collins, will
?ucceed the Garrick, and sail on the 36th July. my 37-y
FOR LIVERPOOL '
Intended as a regular packet.
The splendid, new, topper and fastened coppered ship
ROCHESTER, Philip Woodhouse, master, kas neariy all her
cargo cugaged and going on board, will sail positively on tha 3d
J-.iue.
For freight of 350 bales cotton, or passage, having accommo
dations for splendor and comfort not surpassed by any ship, ap
ply to the captain on board, east side Peck slip, or to
WOODHULL k M1NTUKNS, 07 South st.
P S. Pastengert for England are invited to call on board and
?nxamine for themselves. my27-lw*
FOR MARSEILLES?The superior French Brig
EMMA, Capt. Noel, has the major part of her cargo
i engaged, and will be promptly despatched.
For freight or passage, apply to BOYD k HINCKF.N,
my27-y 9 Tontine Building.
FOR HAVRE?The superior French Brig OS
JJjKjfW SlAN, Capt. Poupeaneau. For freight of a few tons,
????? or for passage, apply to E. STE\ ENS' SONS,
or to BOYD k nlNCKEN,
my37-y 9 Tontine Building.
FOR NEW ORLEANS.?Louisiana and New
York Line?First Regular Packet.?The superior
. fast-sailing packet ship MISSISSII'PI, Beebr, mas
ter, having uiost of her cargo engaged, will have immediate de
spatch.
For freight or passage, having handsome furnished sccoaamo
stations, apply uu board at Orleans wharf, foot of Wall street,
orti E. K. COLLINS k CO.
my37r M South st
PACKET FOR HAVRE?Second Line The
shin CHARLES CARROLL, Wm. Lee master, will
bail on Lite lat of June.
BOYD k HTNCKEN,
y9y No. 9 Tontine Buildings.
THANMATI.ANTIC NTK A V NHIP CO.
Nt W ViIRK AND UVKRroOL
The stroll tilip LfVER
POOL, 11? tons burthen
and 4U horse power, R. J.
Ftvnra, R. N..'commander,
m appointed to sail as follows :
/Vom \rw York. /Yam Liverpool.
19th May. 20th April.
6th July. 13th June.
94th August. 1st August.
19th October. 91*t September.
14th December. 16th November.
Fare to Liverpool, thirty Ave guineas ((163 33) ia the aft,
nod thirty guineas ((140) iu the Tore saloou, including wines
nud all stores No second class passenger* taken. Children
wader 13 and srr rants half price.
An ssprrienced surgeon accompanies this ship
For passage or freight, apply personally or by letter to
aid ABM. BELl. h CO. A*ent*, 117 Fulton st, N Y.
PEOPLE'S LINE FOR ALBANY.?
Landing it the u?nal landing*.?The eteam
> boat KO''HESTEK. CapUii A. P. St. John,
will leave the atramboat pier, between the foot of < ourtlandt
tr I Libertj ttreeU, on Monday afternoon. 97th May, al ft
?o'clock.
For freight or psuaige, apply to CROOK 8c FOWKKJ, eor
ner of Weil anil Liberty aireet*; PETER O. SCHULTZ, at
the office, or the Captaiu o? board.
ft All good*, freight, bink billl, ?pecie, or any other kind of
property, taken or thipped on board of ibn boat moat tie at tha
Titk of theowncri theieof. my9l-7m
FOR ALBANY.?Fare One Dollar.?
Beware of the Eitorti mar* ?The new and
' tplendiJ ateaaaboat ARROW, < attain J. P.
Dean. Tbit boat, rqntl in all retprrU to any tning an the
North Rirer. witl ccnnuue to run at ONE DOLLAR, to lamg
a? the puldir patronage will baraly pay etpeiiaet.
It it for that public to determine whether the Monopoly
Line, with their MILLION of capital, are to be permitted to
4ake p..????aion of Ilia river, a* if they owned it in fee timple ,
ntrangle all honorable competition ; huddle on board a tingle
boat fire hundred patMacert, aa.l charge litem three dollar*
?each, fur Uie privilege of ?t?nding ail mgbi npon deck 11 and
thu too when tney have half adaaenboata bought off. lying idle
at the wharre*.
Will the public tiivtaia the ARROW, or will they be hum
kue*td and abuaed for another year 7
For time of atarting, he. tee papert. mv93 tf
I- ? ' I III (.IIKKK.rsIC - ? L?ffa| it
(Ji tv-v Point, Caldwell'i, Cold Spriag, ft'ith
?kiil, II am burgh, and Milton.
The new and vpiendid ? teirabu.it OSEOLA, C.vpt. A. De
groot, will leave New York from tl a foot of Ohamhrrt atreet
every afternoon (Sunday etcepted) at 4 o'clock. Returning,
leave Pouehkiepne. froni near the foot of M-.ia ttreel, every
?netting (Sunday ever pted) at 7 o'clock. Landing at the old
atate'i pri.on, faot Ainoi atreot, each way. For p?'?age. apply
on Kurd, or of CROOK ft FOWKKS,
?jlft'n Comer Wetland Liberty ata.
NEWARK AND NEW YORK?Three
Iript per day from each place.?The ntw aud
"'plan ' itvamhoat PA8SAHt. apt. P. W.
Mtrtin, on and after Thurtday, May 9lh, will rnn between
Newark and New Y'ork, making three tript a day from each
pi are, and leare at followa:?
Front foot ol Barclay at. N. Y
Centre wharf, Newark,
6i o'clock A. M.
tOf "
9 u
3 o'clock A. M
I
P. M.
H
On Sunday t the Pwaaic will run and leare
Centre wharf, Newark, I Knot of Barclay tt., N. York,
71 o cluck A. M. 10 o'clock A. M.
.1 ? P. M. | ? " P. M.
The Taataic will land at Bergen Point on Her flj and i o'clock
?rvpv down, and l| ami o'clock Iript np. On Sundayt ike
will land on Her pottage down and up each trip.
Fare to Newark, IS) ctt. Bergvu Point, I9)?tt.
The ite.uner Pa???ic it remark ante for tpted, performing
dhe dittanre in from IJ to I) houra each trip Ladie? will Ami
thia route eery p*eatatit and particularly aJvantageoua, at the
inconvenience of changing from car to tVrry boat with baggage
it avoided Oomlt and freight taken on reaeonable term*, but
only at the ritk of the nwnert. mytM y
a* r?'? "FARE REDUCED."?"NO MONO
w. . . |W POLY.?/'owle t Arm lane /or ftuvten, eve
Fnrjmr/ and Pree'dence.?< thin nittage one
dollar?Deck fifty emu- The vteamer LEXINOTON, < apt. |
?anderbilt, will leave New York for Newport and Prori
dencr. en Saturday, the 9.1th intt, at ft o*Clerk, P. M, fretn
#ier No. 4 North River. Freight take* at 4 ctata per foot. For
ffhrtiier info mat ton apply on hoard.
The engine, hoilert md liutl ot the above boat hare been put
in complete order, end ffie p'tblir may rut arrr d ttt fftare
tnU be no nrnng prml rod. It being entirely eeue.ei.ary to tut
tain her well ettabliehed reputation for apeed The regnlur
davv for the Letincti n to leive New York will he Wrdneadayt
Wad Saturdnyi,until further netiee. a4 tm
Hardware, cutlery a britannla ware?
I ente Rodgert ft Sona Prnknivra,
IS raeha Ditun ftt Son* Britannia Ware,
i do ataortrd Table and Pocket Cutlery,
I do Wade ft BntrherH Raaora,
4 do (dreavra ft Son' Filet.
|l) do general attorled Hardware,
By laat arrivala, now opening, and for tale frem the ahefteei
on acriiremodaling term*, by A. W. SPIES ft CO.
(il74w 1M Pearl ttraet.
SOUTHERN DAILY MAIL LINE for
Norfolk, Charleston, 8. C., Petersburg, and
Richmond.?The steamboats ALABAMA,
KENTUCKY, and JEWESS, all boat* olWed and accommo
dation, will eommnce running daily on the first April, between
Baltimore, Norfolk, and Portsmouth, leaving the lower eud of j
Spear's wharf every afternoon at 3 o'clock, or immediately af
ter Die arrival of the cars from Philadelphia, and will arrive
neat morning at Portsmouth in time for the cars for Wilming
ton, and thence steamboats to Charleston. Returning will leave
Portsmouth every day after the cars arrive from the South, and
reach Baltimore nest morning in time ft>r the cars for Phila
delphia.
Tliese boats run in connection with the well known steam
packets Georgia and South Carolina which leave Norfolk
every Saturday for Charleston, giving travellers a choice. They
also run in connection with the Jauies Ri*er boats to Peters
burg and Richmond. Strangers are informed (old travellers
know) that this is the cheapest and most comfortable route for
southern travellers, as there are mo changes from cars, steam
boats, and stages ia the dead ef 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, $0. JOHN W. BROWN,
m2tJ-tf Agent.
EXCURSION TO KEYPORT, N. J.,
"near Middletowa Point.?The new and ele
?gant steamboat WAVE, Cupt. Oliver Van
dcrbilt, will commence making eicursions to Keyport, New
Jersey, on Sunday, 19th inst, stopping at Fort Hamilt a, Long
Island, and Begum's Dock, near the Priuces Bay Light-bouse,
going and returning. Will leave Washing<eu market slip at 9
o'clock. On her return, will leave Keyport at 3 o'clock. P.M.,
Segoin's Dock at 3}, and Fort Hamilton at 5 o'clock P. M.
Fare for the excursion, 60 cents.
N. B.? Dinner will be provided at the Keyport Hetel. For
further information, ?r quire of the captain on board. ad Son*
REGULAR MAILTTnE FOR BOS
" TON, Daily, (Sundays excepted,) frem Bat
tery Place, Pier No. 1, N. River, via Ston
iiigtoa.?The MASSACHUSETTS on Tuesdays and Fridays,
direct to Providence. Fare, either way to Providence, three
dollars. The Steamer NARRAGANBETT, Captain Child,
will leave this afternoon, Tuesday 29th,at 6 o'clock, lor Stouiug
ton, aud the MASSACHUSETTS, Capt. Comstock, at the
same lime, both from Pier No. 1, North River,for Provideace,
direct.
Passenger* via Stoniugton will take the Railroad Cars on the
arrival of the Boat at Stoniiigton, and proceed without delay to
Providence and Boston, and Freight for Boston and Provideace
will be delivered to the Stoniugton Rail Road, and forwarded
to Providence at the same rates as if direct, by the steamers of
this line; viz. six cents per foot. The public may rest assured
there will be ao racing by the Boats of this Line.
(fij- For information apply at the office 22 Broadway,
my 30-6in
" new^rrTnoement^for~7ll.
BANY-The steamboat .ARROW, Capt.
Dean, will, on and after Tuesday, Mar 38,
1839, leave New York, from the foot of Robinson street on
Tuesdays, Thursday-.anu Saturdays, at 7 o'clock,A.M.?return
ing, lrave Albany, foot of Lydius street, oa Mondays,Wednes
days, and Fridays, at 7 o'clock, A. M.
The public may rest assured that this is the only opposition
Boat mi this route?all other boats starting at the same hour,
belong to the Monopoly. my27-2t
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT
OF THE YONKF.RS AND IIAR
I J.EM STAGE.?The proprietor re
le pbutic that the
Stage will leave
the Mansion House at 7 o'clock, A M., and at 1 o'clock, P. M
for Harlem.
Reluming, will leave Raiaor*s Hotel, Harlem, oa the arri va
of the 8 o'clock A. M. train frem New York, and oa the arrival
of the 6 o'clock I'. M train from New York, for Yonkcr*.
N. B.?All persons that start to go to New York city, and
should be so unfortunate as to miss the regular trip of the Stage
or Steamboats, can be furnished with estra Stages ou the most
reasonable terms.
The proprietor would advise the public generally to take pas
sage- on hoard the boat whenever they cau obtain it, but when
they cannot, he would most feelingly and affectionately solicit
them to take the Singe m iweferenee to the Foot Line.
The public ?amsot do otherwise than appreciate this very ba
ne voient ami charitable effort.
Parlies from 13 to 20 in number can be furnished with Stages
to fetch them from Harlem to Yoakrrs, and earry them bark,
at the regular stage fare, 37) cents each way, by giving the pro
prietor one or two days notice.
Letters will come direct by stage er mail.
Persons writing to the proprietor realise to stage matters,
will oblige him particularly by paying the postage, as it is ex
ceediugly difficult to obtain small change m the country.
DEWITT C. KELLINGEK, Proprietor.
Yonkers, May 15, 1839. ml6 lin*
M VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE.-The Sub
scriber will dispose of 60 acres of Land, ia the village
of Jamaica, Long Island. It is most conveniently loca
ted. It will be sold entire or ia lots to suit purchasers. If not
privately disposed of by the 17th of June, it will be sold at auc
tion, in rive arre lots, on tbat day. The dwelling house and out
buildings with Uii acres atlached, will be for reut or sale. It
possesses every comfort and convenience that a gentleman can
desire. The title is unouesi ienable, aud it it very rare that pro
perty of this character is iu the market.
ALEXANDER L. BUTTS,
my27-lf Jamaica, L. I.
TO LF.T, with immediate possession?A large and well
lighted basement, nearly 80 fret in length with stean
power to the extent of frem 3 to 3 horse.
The Third Loft at 63 Cedar street, being upwards of eigbty
feet deep and well lighted front and rear.
The Up|?er Part of the new store 103 Broadway with sepa
rate entrance. For particulars apply to
WILLIAM JACKSON.
my33 eodSt* 109 Broadway.
TO LET?A house aad store, or the stoic snparate, on
the 8th Avenue, between 10th and 17 streets, suitable
for a hardware, dry goods, hatter, millinery, tailor, or
other*. Also a corner store for either a painter, grocer, or
druggist. Enquire of W. B. COZ/ENS, Am-ritan Hotel, or
Henry S. Fcrnssn, in 16th street near the premises. my35-lw
REMOVED. DR. H. VILLERt Was removed from >7.
86 Liberty street to No. 49 Liepenard street.
TO SUIT THF. TIMES.?OPERATIVE DENTAL
SURGERY.?The subscriber performs every operation on the
teeth and gams on the most modern and approved principles of
the Dental irt, and with professional skill. Irregularities of
the teeth in children and adults remedied; caiiout teeth filled
with pild; loose teeth rendered firm; teeth extracted; teeth
fixed. Irons one booth to a complete set en masse. Fees reduced
oae-third.
N. B Toothache removed instantaneously. Price M cent*.
mylWlm ML K. V1LLF.KS.
kNICKEHBOCKKR HALL. No. 19 Park Row ?The -ub'
sen hen having oprord the ahove house on the EURO
PEAN PLAN, would respectfully inform their friends and the
public, that they are now ready to accommodate the in in a style
not to he surpaa-ed by any similar bonse in this city. This
bouse will always be furnished with everv convenience, ami all
tlielasaries of an unrirailed market. There are ?ae hundred
lodging rooms, which are airy, newlv furnished, and ia perfect
order. The Ordinary, being on the (srat floor, is tparions. weal,
convenient, and well furnished; aad the table* shall always be
supplied with all the variety the market afford*, tarred up by
experienced eoobs.
The marked aurceaa which has attended establishments of
this bind, in sufficient evidence of their adaption to both business
men and traveller*.
Gentlemen visiting the city, will find thin a most desirable and
central situation, l>eing nearly on Broadway, frontiag the Park;
and, In shift, concentrates the beauty and elegance of local and
transitory objects of attraction and splendor with whieh New
York almonds. EDS ALL It JONES.
N. R. ?For the accommodation of Traveller*, this bono* will
be open at all boor* of Ike night. a I-If
SAI.AM A NDKIl WORKS, No. SI Cum afreeL?The
proprietor of this e?t.?hli*hment invitee the particalar at
lentioa of proprietor* offurnaces of different hind*, iron foun
ders. engineer*, m*?oa?. haildera, chemitte, manufacturer*, aad
other* who require a greut heat, to the article* made by him.
?onstaling principally of V'ue Bricks of all descriptions aad
?hapea, aarruM eoual to the celebrated Stourbridg* brick*,
Tile* of far now kind* for bakers' ofra* and green houses; fu
tures for grates, lining* for store*.fire cement, Portable Furna
ce*. euperior to any other*; Flint Stone Ware for ohemists, war
ranted! u rrsist toe action of fire. arid*, he. lur A I arc* as
sortment of the** article* are kept constantly on hand, aad
likewise mode to order at the *h?rte*t notice? all of which are
offered for taleoa the a?o*t reasonable terms.
? IMa> M LK FOULON. Proprietor.
UNITF.D STATKS ARMY.~Wanted for the 4th Regi
rn'iit U. 8. Artillery, slatio?e?l at Governor's Island, It*)
or TOO ahle bodied men, between the age of IS and 34 year*, be
ing above A feet 4 laches high, of sober and indnsin ii* habits,
(of good charaeter, and resiteetable standing among their fellow
eitirens. None need apply hat those who are drteyminrd to
?eri? Uanestly *ad faithfully the period of tiieir eulisliaeat,
which is Ave year*.
Reside* the monthly pay <*f the soldier, ha it allowed oae ra
tinn per dav, aad a large sapid y of romfortukl* and genteel
ctothii g. flood quarter* and fuel arc at all time* famished,
sad the be*l medical attendance provided for Ihe *irh soldier,
for which ih?re is no dedaetion of pay. The law* pravid# a
I tension tar thorn- who bneowt* disabled in the di*ch*rfp> of their
daty. Appty at N*. 4 Fraahfort street Also--Wanted three
Roe* ta'euro Mnase. myt-lm*
SWrKRlOH Ll.r.CMKff, PHOSPHOHt'8 AND DIA
MOND CF.MBNT?TV ahoee Article* roaitaatly on
hand, and Ibr *ale, in ail qnsMitie*, *t very reaoonahl* priee*,
by tLCWI? FKUt 'HTWANtiKR,
my'17-y M 7 Gold street.
i tt?- SECOND WARD HOTEL.?Neat to the corner of
V ultoa street, in Nassau street. This well known establishment
having undergone a thorough refitting, is now in complete order
for the Meomnsedioion of those who may honor it with their
patronage.
There are in this house, besides the lower ?tory,which is thrown
entirely open as a public bar room, a large room upon the se
?torT. 75 feet ?y 26, well suited for the accommodation of
public meetings, together with several smaller ones adapted to
the use of cintM, referees, or for the transaction of other private
business.
Clubs and private parties accommodated with roo as, and
may be furnished with dinners or suppers, oomposed ?f every
species of game or delicacy which the markets afford at diort
notice. [jell.y] EDMUND JONEtn, Proprietor.
NBW ENGLAND HOUSE,
IKr" The subscriber kas taken the new House No. 6 Roose
velt street, near Pearl aad Chatham, which he kas fitted up and
furmshnd with aaeye to neatness and convenience. The fur
niture and fixtures entirely new, and the bar and larder well
furnished.
1 ? clubs aad parties, to a limited number of boarders, aad
to travellers, the New England House offers accommodations
which the advertiser trusts will ensure him a share of the pub
lic patronage. M HUGHES
BOWKRY COTTAGE, 398 Bowery.?The subscriber
would respectfully inform his friends and the public that
having taken the above establishment (formerly kept by Ben'
True), and having improved, refitted and supplied hit bar with
the choicest of liquors and cigars, hopes, by assiduous attention
to the comfort of his guest, to merit a liberal share of natroa
Hr- mr EDWIN PARMELL.
New York, May 14th, 1839. mylS-lm*
NEW AMERICAN WORK.?Ou Wednesday next, in 3
vol.., HARRY FRANCO, a tale of the g re at pauic.
7 Editor of " Beauties of Webster"?THE
DWARF, a Dramatic Poem, by James Reet, Esq.
THE AUTHOR'! ASSIiTANT-now ready.
yery useful book for all who write for the press, and one
which has keen greatly needed."? Lit. Gazette.
F. SAUNDERS,
myM-y Publisher and Bookseller,357 Broadway.
REFECTORY TO LET, at 71 Division sTreetTa^
fronting on 75 East Broadway, with fixtures, for sale. The
proprietor wishes to dispose of them in consequence of having
too much business on baud, and for the want of necessary help
to carrs it en. For farther particulars inquire on the premises
or at 138 Bowery. TUNIS HAUGHUKST.
my 16-3 w"
DANIEL SWKKNEY, ll Am street, returns his swees
thanks to bis numerous friends for the liberal suppovUhet
have aniformly rendered him since he first opened kit Refector*
and assures them that it will be his constant endeavor to merits
continuance of their approbation. His table it always furnishes
with the best the market affords ; and those who may honor hit
table with their presence, may depend upon being served with
cleanliuess, civility and promptitude. ji# tf
NEW REFECTORY.?J. SWEENEY informs hit Irieud
and the public that he has opened a new Refectory, in thai
large and elegant building, No. 144 Fulton street Fis'h, Flesb
J?*' always to be found ou his tables, and every deliau
cy nf the season jWovided as soon as it appears in Use market
. ?!'re.or Mteuliou w ill be wanting on nit part, to give general
?atiaMCtisn, and he hopes to find that generous encouragement
which he is determined In deserve.
'10 tf J- SWEENEY*
RYDER'S NORTHERN AND SOUTHERN GEN
TLEMEN'S FASHIONABLE BOOT AND SHOE
ESTABLISHMENTS, No. 5 Brekman street, New York,
and No. 18 Natohtx street. New Orleans.?Southern gentlemen
visiting the city of New York, are respectfully informed that
they will find a full assortment of Optra and Dress Boot* Un
ion Shoes, Fancy aad Dress Pumps, and Gaiter* of the same
style and quality as were famished them at No. 18 Natchexst,
New Orleans, and which obtained the first premium at the late
Fair in that city.
Gentlemeu purchasing or giving orders for fine Boots for the
Charleston, Mobile, New Orleans, Natchea, VicnsburgN or
any of the southern or south western cities, are invited to call
and examine a splendid article ef light Dress Boots, made of
French imported stock in the latest Parisian fashion, at No. 5
Bitlunas street, Clinton Hall, New York, opposite the Park.
_ ? ? . URIAH RYDER.
?. a. Pint Premium at the American Institute. New York.
. ** * " Mechanics institute, u
my4-tf ? ? ? late fair at New Orleans.
Teeth on the principle of atmospheric
PRESSURE, by M. LKVETT, Deutist, No. 260 broad
way,entrance in Warren street Mr. L. resjierlfully invites
stranger* and the public generally, to witnrss aud examine his
scientific method of tiaiuir incorruptible Teeth, from a siugle
tooth to a full set, on tne principle of atmospheric pressure,
practiced so extensively by him. Mr. Lcvett will give every
information to those who do not apply from mere idle curiosi
i '7i but with a view of profiling by the coavicliou an actual ex
aminatioa will produce.
(From the New York Commercial Advertiser.]
Dkivtistuv.? Having suffered much latrly from decayed
teeth, I strolled into Dr. LcvettV 360 Broadway, where I had a
cumulate reformation in these useful agents of mastication j
and I must say. that for s'rill, e sse of execution, and perfoct ae
2uaintaace with the sa qec',h? exceed* any other professional
'enlist I ever sat under. my 10.1m*
PATENT WATER CLOSETS, FORCE PUMPS, AND I
BATHS, Manufactured by J. STONE, '
?iyl|-lm* Plumber aad Engineer, 3P0 Broadway.
1 OO 8Ei-r revolving 6 bore Pistols
?E a/vr 300 Hides, assorted, fine and common
500 tiagle barrel guns, do do
100 double do do do
1000 pairs pocket and belt pistol*
3.000,000 rnrcustiou Caps
Gun Locks, Rifle Barrels, and a full aad complete slock nf ma
terials. Tools, and every article required in the Ouu and
Pistol trade, for sale ky A. W. SPIES A CO.
192 Pearl st.
TO ARCHITECTS, BUILDERS, AND OTHERS
T)>e subscribers would respectfully inform builders and
others, that they have constantly on hand, and are prepared to
furnish at short notice, architectural ornaments of every de
scription, "for the interior finishing of dwellings, churches,
and other public buildings," viri capitals for columns, and
ante do. to all the orders of architecture, eonsoles, trusses, en
riched mouldings, reseller, pa tares, frirxe ornaments, Ac. he.
Ae. to any site. The long proved quality of composition orna
ments, as executed by ll.em, renders it useless to say twuch in
its eulogy j and, with U.e means they possess, and from long
practice m the etccution of models, moulds, and every depart
ment of business, flatter themselves that for boldness of relief,
and general thurpuest and beauty, their work will be found
muck superior to any thing of Die k'nd done in any other place
they having avoided that tiny, flat and undefined appearance, to
much and so justly complained of. Great attention having been
paid to the modes of manufacture, to insure the best quality, at
the lowest possible price they are happy to say that their pre
sent seale of prices will be f und to be beyond the reach of
abatement or competition.
Builders out of New York, in any part of the United fMates,
would find a material saving and Hkswise procure a superior
article by calling or writing for any thing of the kind tlivy may
require, as we have on hand, and ars enabled to fill orders to
any amount at very short notice
GALLIKR A MURPHY,
Manufactory 592 Broadway,
my 14 3m* One do?r from N ibieV
Paper makers felting.-* do,?. m, bb.
?rrd 72 inch, of *i?erior quality. for ?ale by
J. CAMPBELL k PER8SK,
?4 y 110 an* 11 * Nmmu
YNNULIHM SWING DOOR SPRINGS Mutablefor Bank
Ju ing Houar, Hotel, Store and other door*, for which pur
pn?e? they are in geueral uar ia England, maaiilactared and told
only be tar Palrnlra, J. STONE, MO Broad* ay.
N. B. Numerou* reformer* can br girea where thejr are in aar.
atyll-lai*
Military and firemen** cats military
HOUSE EQUIPMENTS, Leather Cmn Mate., (font*
and Shot Bag*, Cartridge Bote*. Bella, Scabbard* and Kmq>
aacka. AH the above article*, Wk?|r*afo and Retail at liberal
price*,?*l?n, Trank*, Valirea, Carpet bag*, Nat Bote* and
' eery thing in hi* liua of buaiaee*.
HENRY S GRATACAP,
MS Broadway, between While and Walker ?treel?.
\ n Cnmpanie* about forming both Military and Firemen, >
ran be famished with I ip? at Ik* *korle?t uoiirr my I 4-3ai*
CORSETS READY MADE, and mad# to order, in any
?tyle of faney, warraated to It.
Corset hand* wanted?none need apply hut good hand*?to
?nch, comtant employment will li gi" u Apply at
MRS. WHITNEY'S,
my51-lw Cornet w?rahny?e, lid I>i*t*ion it.
Boots, boots, doots.-at walker a co.'s.
'J06 Canal itreet, corner of Hudson itrret.?Juat received
flOO pair* of gent*' ?ummrr dre** boot*, the handaomett arliole
that ha* heen offered to the public, wilhitcel ami braa* plate*
on Ike keel*, prire* fJ.Ji, $2 60 and |3 per pair, Gents' gait
er* and high cat walking *hoe<, from S'J lo $2.30 per pair, a
fa?htonahle article ?uitaMe for hot weather. Ladle*', misses'
and children1* Knot*, bmkia *hor?, of all color*, tort*, tiaa* and
fat hum*. pri?r*M>i' , 7.V. and $1 per pair. Gent*1 French aud
aatira calf *kia boet*, from fid to ?? pc pair. Bay*' and
children'* hoot*. Don! mistake. Walker**, SOB Canal ?lra*t,
earner Hud*on. and S3A, the new *toi ' Greeawieh itreet, or tha
aid Mgndn. MB a*d J30 myJ4-l?*
WOLYBORO', BelUrille, Emoi, Windsor, F ultoa, Kilky,
and all other antarreol Eastern bill*, bought at the he*!
rate* hy SYLVESTER k CO.
nyM-lai' 1M Broadway
R. GRAHAM'S TUSCAN AND STRAW JUT
MAWCI AUTORY, NO. 9J DIVISION ITKEET.
Ladies' Tuscan, flnKli?W and French Stoat*
? Hat Manufacturer, beg* to inform the public, that haha*
on hand, a large assortment of Tuscan and English braid Bon
nets, from the coarsest to the finest qualities, manufactured in
? manner that eennot be eiceiled by any in the city for color
and elegance nf shape. He especially invitee the attention of the
ladies ia Ike sew Swiss CoU&gft-shapfil Bonnet, which is the
most elegant that can be imagined, and only near1* to be seen to
lie admired; also Leghorns in every variety. All the ahoyc are
warranted to be imported, and tn clean well, and may be pur
chased by the single hat or case at reasonable prices. "
OB hand <">d made to order, all kinds of silk, honey
comb, shirred and framed millinery Bonnets, made up according
to the latest fashions and in the neatest manner. A general
assortment of Ribbons and Artificial Flowers, of choice selec
tion aud every variety. Orders from the country punctually
attended to.
Mrs. Graham continues to clean, bleach and alter old Tuscan
atid Straw Hats of every description, in her well known elegant
style. Mrs. O. thinks that her style of bleeching cannot be
surpassed, she having been constantly engaged in the bleeching,
pressing, and manufacture of straw lor the last fourteen years,
If ?ml this city. She has discovered a new process of
bleaching, by which the color of the oldest hat is made to look
as white as when new, without the least injury to the straw,
and leaving no smell of sulphur Leghorn hats cut, pressed
aud trimmed in the latest fish in.. myl4-tmdkW*
CHEAP CASH CLOTH "WorE
At No. 'JO Maidon Lane,
. WHERE may be found, by the piece or yard, a supe
rior assortment of fine and low priced Broadcloths, Habit
Cloths, Cassimeres. Summer Stuffs, Velvets, Vestings, Trim
mings, kc. See. The subscriber will offer the above at very
low priees for cash, in order to dispose of his entire stock pre
vious te August next, as he will then he obliged to remove Irom
his present stand. m'JS-Sm ISAAC T. THAYER.
MEN'S, YOUTH'S >ND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING.
The subscribers keep constantly on hand, a very large
assortment of Ready Made Clothing, suited to every age aud
si", which will be sold at low prices for Cash.
?* 3m* GEO. A. HOYT It CO., 14 Bowery.
PREMIUM GHILDREN'S CLOTHING?GEORGE A.
HOV T Ik CO., Ne. 14 Bowery, have on hand an extensive
assortment of fashionably mads Children's Clothing, (samulr
of which obtained the premium at the recent fair,) which they
are disposed to sell very cheap for Cash,either at wholesale or
"tail. afi-Sm*
GENTLEMEN'S
CA9T OFF CLOTHINO ,
iti'SMT, Afro run ruLk vai.aa oivbn if* cash, by
H. LEVF.TT, 14 Duaue st., 3 doors from William,
ft?- KNOWING there are person* who make a great puff
in their advertisements for Cast Off Clothing, kc. kc. and wins
in many cases do not gfve the full value for the same,?II. L.
will assnre those gontlrinen who inay have sack articles by
them, and who may send for him, of receiviug the very utmost
value in CASH for every article.
N. B.?A line through the post office or otherwise, to Ike
above address, will meet with due attention. mvf-fiw*
TO DRY GOODS JOBBERS. STORE KEEPERS, MAN*
UFACTURER8, kc.
[email protected] CARDS of every description, either Copperplate or
Letter Tress, executed in a superior style on favorable terms.
Just received an assortment of Plain and Ornamental Type,
expressly for Card and Circular printing. Specimens ran be
examined, and all orders promptly attended to. Wedding, Vis
iting and Commercial Cards engraved in a sajierior style, and
printed with the utmost neatness. Persons famishing their
own Card Plates can have them printed on the lulest and most
approved fashionable style of Cards, at short notice. Just re
teivnd a superior lot of Porcelain Cardt, expressly for Visiting
and Wedding Cards, which for whiteness and brilliancy of pol
ish cannot be excelled.
SILVER PLATED DOOR PLATES, the silver plale of
which is uncommonly thick, with the improved Bronze Edges.
Brans Door aud Number Plates, Seals,kc. kc.
VALENTINE'S
Fashionable Oard, Engraving, and Printing Establishment,
a'38-lin* SO John street, corner of William.
WINDOW BLIND MANUFACTORY.
THE anbscriber respectfully begs to inform the public, thai
be hat constantly on hand a large and elegant assortment
of every description of the painted transparent washable win
dow shades, consisting of Italian and oilier landscapes, Diaphi
nous, Chinese, Architectural and Fancy Blinds, which he can
confidently recommend for their beauty,strength aud great du
rability, as they hare been known, with common care to Inst
from ten to fourteen years. The prices of tlie shades, including
cords, tassels, rack,psillies, and fittings fiir windows, complete,
vary frpm $7 and upwards, per pair. Blinds painted ami fitted
to order, by applying to GEORGE PLATT, IB Spruce su
N. B. Country dealers supplied with blinds and ohud fittiujrs
ml9-'Jm*y *
SAKSAPAHILLA PORTER?A new aud healthy here
rage?This porter is manufactured by the subscribers from
ingredients perfectly inoffensive, there being no narcotic used
in the composition. It combines an agreeable tonic, with an
alterative, admirably calculated to invigorate and produce a
healthy action throughout the system.
The most delicate can use it without the possibility of cre
ating an undue exrhement, at the same time derive all the ad
vantages from its tonic properties that can be obtained from
the best Loudon porter.
Tlie Sarsapariila (introduced into the porter) has long hern
celebrated as a renovator of tlie system, purifying the blood,
J eradicating cutaneous diseases, kc.
For a summer beverage tor health it is believed that this
porter is unsurpassed by any article ever offered to the public
it being hfchly carbonated sad very grateful te Uie palate.
For sale by the gross or dot-n, by
WHITING fc RABCOCK, SI Liberty st.
N. B. Delivered in any part of the city,
Wr have made trial of tbe Srwsaiiarilla Porter insaadhsland
and sold by Messrs. Whiting k Babcock, and have found U a
very lively and pleasant beverage.
From the ingredients which eater into itsrompnsition, wu
believe that it will be foaad a wholesome and refresluug drink,
and tree from the unpleasant consequence* which follow Use
use of strong beer and porter.
ALFRED C. POST, as. D,
J. II IHHIROWK M. D.
GILBERT SMITH, M. D.
WILLIAM N. BLAKEMAN, M. D.
myt-lm* E. MEAD. M. D.
THE PUBLIC are most respectfully invited by Messrs. L.
I. BKALS fc CO. to direct a moment's attention to a lew
words in favor of their admirable Hair Restorative.
This invaluable compound has not been ushered to the world
with the flourish of quackery and imposition?it needs no facti
tious character to inlioducr it to notice, and to bring it into
use, which the discerning part of community will well appreci
ate. And it claims no consideration that it does not merit, on
account of qualities really possessed, the proofs of which are
innumerable, aud satisfactory to the most prejudiced, who will
examine into them for thcmsrlres at the office of the proprie
tors, No. 104 Broadway.
Beats' Hair Restorative, i* a preserver and improver of the
hair, rendering it soft and beautiful, and whea the hair has
fallea from the human head, leasing the heir lAia,or the head
bald, the faithful application of it will infallibly restore a new
suit in all its natural luxuriance and beauty.
The prices are one dollar per bottle, and three dollar* prr
jar. For sale at wholesale and retail, by
L. I. HEALS k CO. 104 Broadway.
Jt. B.?Retailers allowed liberal profits
Antsvi?J. D Moore, lit Cliesmit *t., Philadelphia ; A.
Snyder, Troy.N. Y.; tieo. Oates. agrat for North Caroliaaaad
Georgia ; Messrs. Pollard k Green. JP Chart res street. New
Orleans; Hauuington lliakley, R?, hsport, Hancock Co. Maine;
t . t. arllon fc Co., St. Paul street. Montreal, L. Canada; Peter
Rightrr, Poughkeeptie, N. Y.j James legols, Utica, N. Y.; Al
len C. Warner. Peterson, N. Jersey; John Truer. Newark, N.
Jersey; Wells k Humphrey, Hartford, I oil; R. H. Coleman
k Druggists, 133 Market street, Baltimore, Md.; Seymour
k Macy, Hudson, Columbia f>. N. Y,; Robert S. Patterson
Perm Avenue. Washington, D. C. mfi-y
^NURAVINGS? A. LOW L lias just retavM l from Loo
A don with an immense assortment of Engravings and Litho
graphs, by the most eminent artists, nf every description, from
nn inch suuare to the largest sue, and from itj cents per doten
to several dollars each. Aa inspection of the same u respect,
fully invited, as the stock includes several new engiwvincs which
have net been before in this country. ALEX. LOWE.
Repository of Fine Arts, 83 Canal street,
mylt-lm* near Broadway.
NEW YORK BAZAAR
Plaai* nml Pniaoy Paper Ret tea mf all
tl*t>? 4HD l?*IY ITTil, A*D rot ?.*t
Liar or av?i*t*a wnaTtett,
191 Pultaa afreet,
Three door* from Numiu
new mat
9fT~ r'*J ?!"? enuatrr aaerrhant* will And oomtnallT ? *ery
*T ttock ot band. They can he accommodated at aaort to
tico lo any sue or any quantity tAey plraw; alto, by tbippint
theta in to proAyable a packing at may be drtired It any part of
Atria a.
Hoal genuine Cologne Water, imported fr*>wi flerttany, of ?
mott Miperior quality?win talitfy erery purrhaaer. ,
Alio, jtflt received by late arritak, a lite lot of
COIiOKi:D ANDKARBLB PAPER,
tf th? m at brautilul pattorn*. myll-y
OIL OK VITRIOL, A0UAKOKTI8. Ik.?All kindt of
andt, ouch at Muriatic, I'ippiag, Nitric, Aqiufortit, T)u
piet, ami Oil of Vitriol, rontlanfly on hand and for tale it
all qnantiliet, by lAWIft FRINHTWANOBR,
myJ7y 7 Gold tlreet.
T~~0>aFkr MAKLMA-?Foardriaor MatMaa Wirt Olotft
and Feltt, for tale by J C'A MTRFLL ft Ff.RSIIt,
?SKy 110 and 119 Nattta atreot ?
AartiM laJ?.
NEW YORK TATTERBALL8.?Tbw
ar sale* bv auction, at this well known eu
llshment. or Moree*, Carriages, he., eouts
s to take place on every Monday, at II
o'clock, throughout the year.
The neit regular sale will take place on Monday, June 3rd
at II o'clock, commencing with Carriage*, Harness, Ike., and at
13 o'clock tke sale of Hor?ee will cemmence.
Gentlemen having Horcee to dicpoee of, are requested to
make early application, ?o a* to secure a geed amnber an tke
catalogue, a* ao home can be offered at auction unless register
ed time for a number on tke catalogue, for which purpose the
re.iister will be keptepea till Saturday, 1st June, at 8 P M.
GEO. W. MILLER,
Successor to J. W. Watson, lit) Biosdmy.
P. S. At private Sale.?One pair of very fine black horses, 3
do do bay horses; t very 6u? single horse*.
_ Also?Carriages and harnesses, among them a very handeonsn
imported Cabriolet, belonging to His Escellency the hluuatef
ol k rapce, sold only as lie is leaving Ike United States.
Q. W. M.
JAMES BLEECKER, Auctioneer.
EXTENSIVE SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE,
On Seventh and Eighth Avenues, and on 31st, 33d 33d amd
241 i Streets, belonging to the lute Henry Eckford Ess
JAMES BLEECKER 4 CO. will sell at Auction,' onthnm
day, 30th May, at 13 o'clock at their sales room, No. 90
Broad street, corner of Eschange Place, the following valuable
property, belonging to the estate of the late Heary Eckford,
Esq., viz: No. 1 to 13, being street lots, and Ne. 13 to 31, ave
nue lets.
STREET LOTS.
First?16 lots, Ne. 1 to 17, as per map, on the south side of
31st street, between 6th and 7th avenues: 16 of the lots bei^
each 36 leet by 96 feet 9 inches, No. 1 being irregular, and No.
14 not included.
Second?34 lots, N?. 18 to 41, each 36 feet by 86 feet, 9 inches,
contiguens to each other, eu the south side of 3ist street, be
tween 7th and 8th avenues.
Third?24 lots. No. 49 to 06. on the south side of 33d street,
between 7 th and 8lh avenues, of the same dimensions, and in tkn
rear of the last described.
Fourth?16 lots, No. 66 to 81, on the south side of 39d street,
between 6th and 7th avennes, 16 of the lets being of the same
dimensions, and in lb rear of the first mentioned lots, No. 81
being irregular.
Fifth?14 lots, No. 83 to 96, on the north side of 33d street
between 6th and 7th nvenurs, 13 of the lots of th* tame dimen
sions, No. 83 irregular, and No. 83 a gore lot.
Sivth?34 lot* No. 96 to 119, on the north side ofSSd street,
between 7th and 8th avenues, of the same dimension*.
Seventh?34 lots, No. 130 to 143, on the south side of 33rd
street, between 7th and 8th avenues, of the same dimen
sions.
Eighth?13 lots, No. 144 to 166, on the south side of 3Bd sL,
between 6th and 7th avenues, 11 of the lots of the same dimen
sions, No. 166 irrerular. and in the renr of Noa. 83 and 96.
Ninth?10 lots. No. 166 to 166, on the north side of 33d street,
beiwi en 6th and 7th avenues; 9 of the lots of the same dimen
sions. No. 166 irregular.
Tenth?34 lots. No. 166 to 189, on the north side of 33rd.
street, between 7th and 8tli avenues, of the same dimensions.
Eleventh?34 lots. No. 190 to 313, on the south side of 34th
street, between 7th and 8th avennes, of the tame dimensions.
Twelfth?9 lots, Nc. 214 to 333, on th* south side of 34th St.,
betw een 6th and 7th aveuues; 8 of the lot* of the same dimen
sions, No. 333 irregular.
AVENUE LOTS.
Thirteenth?6 lot*. No. 833 to 330, on the east side of 7th
avenue, between 33d and 24th street*, each 34 feet 8 inches
100 feet.
Fourteenth?8 lots, No. 331 to 338, on the same side of 7th
avenue, between 22nd to 23rd streets, of the same dimen
tion*.
Fifteenth?8 lots. No. 239 to 346, on the lame side and ave
nue, between 31st and 32nd streets, of thu same dissen
sions.
Siiternth?9 lots. No. 247 to 264, on the west side of 7th
avenue, between 2lst and 22nd streets, of the same dimen
sions.
Seventeenth?8 lots, No. 366 to 262, on the same side and
avenue, between 22ud and 23rd streets, of the snmc dimen
sion*.
Eighteenth?8 lot*, No. 263 to 570, cm the same side and am
ue, helweeti 33d and C4th streets, of flic I
nue, between 33d snil 24th streets, of 9i? tame dilatation*.
Nineteenth?8 lots, No. 271 to 378, of irregnlar dimensions,
forming paitly a trmugnUr shape, one lot forming in part a tide
front on 21st street, and 2 of the lots, Nos. 277 and 378, fronting
on 8th avenue and 33d street.
Twentieth- 8 lots. No. 279 to 386, on the east side of 8th
arunue, each 24 ftet 8 inches by 100 feet, between 33d and 23d
streets.
Twenty-first?8 lots, No. 287 to 291, on th* tame side and
avenue, between 231 and 34th streets, of the same dimen
sions.
The sale will be peremptory, aud the terms accommo
dating.
Every hit put up will he sold without reserve to the higheet
bidder.
Lithographic maps can be obtained at the sales room of the
auctioneer.
Terms?10 percent of the purchase auoesy to be paid on the
day of sale, 16 per ceat on delivery of the "deeds, the balance
can remain on bond and mortgage.
See special advertisement, signed MARION EGRFORD,
Eincntrn
O. O. IRVING,
J. E. DKKAY.
F. R T1LLOU.
t il AS. P. CLINCH, j
mylS-l3t (No. 1ft)
Eiecutora.
I.30K SALE AT AUCTION?On Tuesday, the 4th day
of June. ISSb. at 12 skMl at noon, at the auction room
of Messrs. James Bleeckrr It Co., No. 99 Broad street, in the
city of New York?one huadred aud thirteen lots of land, si tie
ale In the Twelfth Ward, bounded on, and adjacent to, the 41k
Avnius and the Harlem River, aud between the new free
Bridge anil the old Harlem Bridge, as will appear by the Hip
at the office af-<re*aid.
These lots of land are honnded by street* already regulated.
The Railroad cars pass through and *lop apposite them. Dwel
ling houses anJ manufactories are risiug rapidly around theae
lots, their situation being highly favorable, at the junction of
the New York and Albany and the Harlem Railroads, and la
Ike immediate vicinity of the Harlem River, now made navi
gable hy the opening f the draws on the two bridges, thrvugh
which pas* sloops, schooner* and other eraft daily plying to and
from the Croton Water Works. Th* water in the river m
front of this property being of a depth of 36 feet at low water
caark, and of a width that will admit vwl* of any site to ride
at their anchor* and lie in safely at the balk-head, affords a posi
tion for llie carrying on all sort* of business, and is of much
importance in point of chvapnes* and dispntch to the csm
merre of the city.
Lithographic map* will be fumitbed.
Tin- Iota if iiluitnl a* follow* :
9 Iota fronting 13*>th *tree t, ? mid way between 3rd ?d 4tb
A?e nuee, and adjoining Mr. bit phtaton'e Kail road Car ?r?i
factor).
13 lot* an 139th atreet, oppoeite the abere amf other maau
factoriee.
9 lota iron ting the 41 h A*rnne and lying between I J9(h and
I30ih ttrrrt*.
13 lot* fronting 130th rtrrrt; aonth ?id* 100 feat fro? thi
4th Attain- ami between it and the Harlem Ritw
4 lot* at the corner of th? 4 lb Art*** and IMtb (tract,
?ontli corner.
4 lot* at the corner of the 4th Aranoe and IHrtth (treat, north
corner
19 lot* on 110th ttrrrt, north lida, and between the 4th At
enur and the 4th Arcane.
IB lot* on I3l?t *treet, tonth ?iJe, 300 feat fmm the 4th Arn>
nue. ami running toward* the Mh Arenue.
4 lot* fronting the 4th Ateaut, laying between l>l*t and 1194
(treat*.
10 lot* fronting 133d (tree t, 100 fe?t from the 4 th A remit,
and thence toward* the rirer.
4 lot. front lag 133d .treat, 100 feat from the 4th Arena*.
113 Lot*?Total.
The Harlem Railroad ear* running *t all honra to thin pro
perty, will afford facility to tho*e gentlemen wrho may with In
new the Mine witnoul much lo#? of time or af e#jnea*r.
Kor further information, apply at the Auction Room, No. 39
Broad *trret, or to CHARLES HENRY HALL,
May 14, 1839. fmyl4l7tia) it HnrtaOb,
dtp- LARGE SALE 03 REAL ESTATE The attend
tion of the (oihlir i* called to the ertraordinary aale af Real En
late, (conai.ting of the Arcade, the City Hotel, and many large,
?ub*t*nt'*l and raluahle prteate granite bail! dwelling hou.ee,)
ia th. city of New Oeieaae SYLVESTER A CO., of 139
9roadway, are appointor* the agenla foe the transaction of tbn
limine*#. Ttmae gentletpen will hare great pleaeure in com
mnnica mg erery required information on the anbjeet
m?34 Inr
till.LS Ob EXCHANGE on England, Scotland and rw"
JJ land, in auma of Xt and upward*, alw*y*for ?ai* by
SYLVEiTER A TO.
my 34-1 m* 149 Broadway.
BiMK OF ENGLAND NOti*, <"'r"tn?. Napoleon^
1 Doubloon*. 9pani?h and Me.-can dollar#, and eaary uUag
bind of gold and wlr.r bo.gbt co
my34 )m? I ft# Broadway.
4J VI.VEflT^h s SliiVT REPORTER, in *beet or pamphlet,
O form, i# publ??h?d erery Tueaday morning, containing ?
complete Connterfeit Deteeler. bank note labia, price# enrrew^
(tate of the machete. geoaml newa.
price ai* renin. by SYLVESc ER A CO.
my34-lm* I19*
rflf-ETH?No. 97 Murray ?treat-^ti^ial ^rrnfEbfc
| Teeth inverted in the neateat ?tyla. by J. ??'?KEY Dnw
tiat. Teeth clenneed, tiled, eetrneted. Ac. 9 nil aaU made na
tbe heat manner for maaucatina Chargna moderate term*
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