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WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 29, 1839.
FOR LI VKRPOOL,?New Line?Regular Packet
of the Salh June.?Tlie elegant Packet Ship l?AK
1 KICK, Capt. A. P. Palmer, of 1000 tone, will rail as
above.
For freight'or passage, hawing accommodations uneoualleil
for splendor and comfort, apply on board at Orleans Wharf,
foot of Wall st., or to E. K. COLLINS St CO.,
60 South st.
The Packet Ship ROSC1US, 1100 tons, Capt. Collins, will
succeed the Uarrick, and sail on the 25th July. my 27-y
FOR LIVERPOOL
Intended as a regular packet.
The splendid, new, copper and fastened coppered ship
ROCHESTER, Philip Woodhouee, master, has ucariy all her
<argo engaged and going on board, will sail positively ou the 3d
June.
For freight of 350 bales cotton, or passage, having accommo
dations lor splendor and comfort not surpassed by any ship, ap
ply to the captain on board, east side Peck slip,or to
WOODHULL & MINTURNS, 87 South st.
P 8 Passengers for England are invited to call onboard and
?zamiue for themselves. my27-lw*
FOR M ARSEILLES?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 St HINCKEN,
tny'27-y 9 Tontiue Building.
FOR HAVRE?The superior French Brig OS
SIAN, Capt. Poupeaueau. For freightof a few tons,
or for passage, apply to E. STEVENS' SONS,
ortoBOYD St nlNCKEN,
my27-y 9 Tontine Building.
FOR NEW ORLEANS.?Louisiana and New
York Line?Warranted First Rerular Packet.?The
fast-sailing packet ship MISSISSIPPI, Beebe, mas
ter, having most of her cargo engaged, will have immediate de
spatch.
For freight or passage, having handsome finished accommo
dations, apply ou board at Orleans wharf, Lot of Wall street,
-or to E. K. COLLINS St CO.
mySTv AS South st
"lAt "PACKET FOR HAVRE?Second Line The
KftffVship CHARLES CARROLL, Wm.Lee master, will
??????sail on the 1st of June.
BOYD St HKCKEN,
my9y No. 9 Ton^ie Buildings.
Tit AN WAT I.A.Vnc; STKAM liliplior
NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL.
The steam ship LIVER
POOL, 1150 tons burthen
and 458 here power, R. J.
>\a?
Fat*f.r, R/f., 'commander,
is appointed tosail as follows :
from ATeu> York. >V?M Liverpool.
18th May. 29U ipril.
6th July. ISth Jane.
24th August. 1st August.
19lh October. 3st September.
14th December. lfch Ntrembcr.
Fare to Liverpool, thirty five guineas 1*163 33) in the aft,
mod thirty guiuras ($140) in the lore sokui, including wines
and all stores. No second class paasengia Ukeu. Children
Under 13 and servants half price.
An experienced surgeon accompanies th ship.
For pa.sage or freight, apply personality by letter to
alt ABM. BF.LL St < 0. Agents, II Fulton st., N. Y.
JT TeOPLE'S LINE ''OR ALBANY.?
Landing at the usual lfcliags.?The steam
boat ROCHESTER, Cltain A. P. Si. John,
will l?.ive the steamboat pier, between thdbot of Courllandt
and Liberty streets, on Thursday afternto, 30ih Mav, at 6
o'clock.
For freight or passage, apply ta CROOK FOWKES, eor
n*r of West and Liberty streets; PETER . StJHL'LTZ, at
the i>tfice,or the Captaiu on board.
All goods, freight, bmik bills, specie, or sy other kind of
property, taken or shipped on board of this 1st must be at the
risk of the owners thereof. inv23-7ra
> FOR ALBANY.? Fart One Dollar
Beware of the Eztoriionerss-The new aad
' splendid steamboat AHKO\ Captain J. P.
D?an. This boat, equal in all respects to iv thing nu the
Nortli Rivsr, will cotitiuue to ruu at ONE DALAR, so long
as the public patronage will barely pay ezprnst
It is lor that public to determine whethethe Monopoly
Line, with their MILLION of capital, are to permitted !?
take posse,,i,,n the river, as if they owned ii fee simple ;
straug'e all houorable competition ; liuddlc ottoard a singU
hoat five hundred passesgers, and charge thefehrer dollars
each, fot tlie privilege of steudntg all night u| deck !! and
tins too when they have half adezeaboats Donghlff, lying idle
At the wharves.
Will the public sustain (he ARROW, or wtlkey be hum
bugged ami abuse it lo. another year 7
For time of starting, lie. see papers. m?23 if )
t KOll rOU<iHKtfcP#llC?Landing at
[Urav-y Point, Caldwell'*, Coldirtug, Fi*h?
'kill, Hamburgh, and Milton.
The new uiJ splendid >ti.iml>o?l OSKOLA,bpt. A. De
groot, will Care New York from tl e loot of Chkwrt ?lreet
erery afternoon Hunday neap ted) at 4 o'clocmRr turning,
leare I'oinliknrpite, from near the foot of M?inrert, erery
?Burning (Sun<l.*y excepted) at 7 o'clock. I.tnd|al the old
at ate'* pri'on, foot Amor street, each way. For page, apply
on lx< ird. or of t ItOOk la kUKK.S,
ni)'i3-7m Corner Weit auJ Jerty ?t?.
K rwa W NEWARK AND NEW YfK-Tbree
C- ,./*? i i i,' trip* per da) from each nlarr.?ie new and
iplrmJid steamboat FASSAIciipt. F. W.
Martin, on and after Thursday, May 9th, willn between
Newark and New York, tnakiug three trip* a Jfrcm each
place, and leave a* follow*:?
Centra wharf, Nrwark, I From foot of B Ay ?t. N. Y
61 o'clock A. M. 8) o'clock Aj
lov " I ??? Pi
3 - ( 3}
?On Sunday*the Pa*?aie w ill run and leare
Centre wharf, Newark, i Feot of Barclay, N. York,
7) o'clock A. M. 10 o'clock A
3' ? P M I ? " P.j
The P t***ir will land at Bergen Point on her 6|d 3 o'clock
trip down, and 1 i and 61 o'clock trip* up. Omnday* *hr
will land on Iter passage down and up each trip.
~ Fare to Newark, I8( cl?. Brrgra Point, I2$ct
The rteainer Pa?*aic i? remaikanle for *p?A?erforining
the distance iu frum If to If hour* raelt trip. Lt? will had
thi* route rrry plra*ant aad particnlarl) adrantco*. a* the
ineonrruienra of rhangiag from car to ferry boagh baggage
ia *?, id?d Qood* and freight takeu on rea*onakerm?. but
oulv at tbe ri*k of the owner* m*23-y
A ryn aja * FARC REDUCED.'"?" I MONO*
Wwr?hi.i..~ ^ rOI.V. People'* iVe*e Unt /Austen, rie
if? jVe*r/x?i ( an* Priwodence.?Cabk*?agr one
dkrllar?Deck fifty cent*?'i'we ttrauier LEXINtlN, (apt.
Tamlerbilt, will leare New York for Newporlul Provi
dence , au Saturday, the IMk ln*t., at 4 o'clnel M, front
Pier No. 4 North hirer. Freignl taken at 4 cent* foot. For
IbrtSer inf u tuition apply on board.
The engine, boiler* and bull ot the abore boat I been put
4n e itr.plete order, and th? pw'dic may rest amriC, tl tktart
?atiU A# n? rtntnt procMcerf, It being entirely unnefry to *u*
tain her well e?tablt*hed reputation for epeed. e regular
day. for the Lriuigto'i to leare New York will b+dnesdaya
?ud SituoUn.until IWtnrr notice. at 3n*
V INDEPENDENT LINE.?OR AL
BANY. and Intermel ate PlaetFare 91.
The w w and inlendtd steamMKOStll
V/SKO, ? apt. I). Haywood, will leare Ihe foot hoi>in?on
atreel, uet abort Uarclav. on Wednesday morumtav 99th.
?tToV.k. '
Th~ F htw are aMitred that thi* Boat ha* no co^ion with
any ho*' now on the Hirer, and will contiuue to nil between
New York and Alban)~as follows:?)
Le?*r* New York. Leave* AIM
Bunday *, Turadaya,
Wednesday and 1 hurrduyl
Friday* at 7 o'clock. A.M. Saturday^ A- M .
?r 28 h
JAM>.s it TAYLOR. (forwerty F. A. Jmm) IHTAI
LOUINti F.8TABI I8ILMKNT, Ne. 08 Mai La?e.
The subscribers rr*pectfu"v inform the patron* of tbore es
tablishment, (hat they ar ? daily receiring a ??nplf *p|rB
Aid Ooo I-. ".I., Me fur ti \rt-r nl?e??"?. when Intake up
to order. ?.-l: by tlie piece ot <>th? rw i?e, a' their uaukr^
for ca*h only. VViit%,?m
Or?r coat* of Sue Bearer eloth*. from 9'A $M
" Pilot R 90
" colored liroad " " ' to 28
Orrs ? fine, " hi*
? * w.Htl dyed black ? i H
Fantal e#? of hlaek, blue er fancy eolnrwd,
fr. ,i 96.40 to 910.
\e*t? of cloth. ea**imere, fir need and plain
?ilk*, from 92A0 to ft!
Drew coat* made ami trimmed from |7 1098.00
Or*r ci>?U " " ? 7.00(1/10
Fantaloon* and re?t?, 81.M) each.
' The *nb?cnber? wi?h to We dwtinetly mder*to<ht gar
ewent* made at thin eataMirhment are warranted f>kvnd to
be mad,- by the be*t workmen, in Die latest ?tyle an-lion
J?tf-y JAMF.S A TA/R.
H'aMDA AHK. t LTLKItk Si i.ltlTANNIA \|E ?
i 1 ease Itudger* A Ron* rmkniie*,
10 c**dt? Di*?a A But ? Brit: naia Ware,
8 do aanorled Tahlr and Pneket Cutlery,
1 do Wade A Butcher'* ilanori,
4 do tlreare* 9 Bon* File*.
SI do general aa*i>r'ed Hardware,
f By la?t arrtral*. now op?rtng, and for sale from (Lire*
on a<< ? uimodating tirtn*. I y ,A. W. 81'lk.S
?I4li Ml
LV
SOUTHERN DAILY MAIL LINE for
Norfolk, Charleston, 8. C., Petersburg, and
Richmond.?The steamboat* ALABAMA,
KENTUCKY,and JEWE89, all boats of speed and accommo
dation, will commence running daily on the lirst April, between
Baltimore, Norfolk, and Portsmouth, tearing tk* lower end of
Spear's wharf erery afternoon at 3 o'clock, or immediately af
ter the arrival of the cars from Philadelphia, and will arrive
?ext merniug at Portsmouth in time for the car* for Wilming
ton, and tbeni-e steamboats to Charleston. Returning will leave
Portsmouth every day after the cars arrive from the South, and
reach Baltimore next moraing in time for the cars for Phila
delphia.
These boats run in connection with the well known steam
packets Georgia and Soath Carolina which leave Norfolk
every Saturday for Charleston, giving travellers a choice. They
also run in connection with the James 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 no changes from cars, steam
bo at s^^gnd stages in 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, $8. JOHN W. BROWN,
m2tf-tf Agent.
EXCURSION TO KEYPORT, N. J.,
? trf near Middletown Point.?The new and ele
?gaut steamboat WAVE, Capt. Oliver Van
derbilt, will commence making excursions to Keyport, New
Jersey, ou Sunday, 19lh iust., stopping at Fort JLimilf n. Long
Island, and Segoin's Dock, near the Princes Bay Light-house,
going and returning. Will leave Washington market slip at 9
o'clock. On her return, will leave Keyport at 3 o'clock, P.M.,
Segoin's Duck at 3|, and F'ort Hamilton at 5 o'clock P. M.
F'arc for the excursion, 50cents.
N. B.? Dinner will be provided at th# Keyport Hutel. For
further information, irqaire of the captaia on board. af-3m*
~ REGULAR MaYl~LTnE F OR BOs"
TON, Daily, (Sundays excepted,) from Bat
tery Place, Pier No. 1, N. River, via Ston
ington.?Th# MASSACHUSETTSon Tuesdays and Fridays,
direct to Providence. Fare, either way to Providence, three
dollars. The Steamer PROVIDENCE, Captain Wnolsey,will
leave this afternoon, Wednesday 29th,at 6 o slock, for Stoningj
ton, and the MASSACHUSETTS, Capt. Comstock, on Fri
day next, both from Pier No. 1, North River, for Providence,
direct.
Passeugers via Stonington w;ll take the Railroad Cars on the
arrival of the Boat at Stonington, and proceed without delay to
Providence and Boston, and Freight for Boston and Providence
will be delivered to the Stonington 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 no racing by ihe Boats of this Line.
or information apply at tbe office 22 Broadway,
my 20 dm
BUMMER ARRANGEMENT
OF THE YONKERS AND HAR.
LEM STAGE.?The proprietor re
spectfully informs the pbulic that the
' Y onkert and Harlem Stage will leave
the Mansion House at 7 o'clock, A M., and at I o clock, P. M
for Harlem.
Returning, will leave Rainor's Hotel, Harlein, on the arrira
of the 8 o'clock A. M. train from New York, and on the arrival
of the 6 o'clock P. M. train from New York, for Yonkers.
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 extra Stages on the most
reasonable terms.
The proprietor would advise the public generally to take pas
ssge on board the boat whenever they can obtain it, but when
they cannot, he would most feelingly and affectionately solicit
tin m to take the Stage in preference to tbe Foot Line.
The public cannot do otherwise than appreciate this very be
nevolent and charitable effort.
Parthsfrom 12 to 20 in number can be furnished with Stages
to fetch them from Harlem to Yonkers, and carry them back,
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 or mail.
Persons writing to the proprietor rc ative to stage matters,
will oblige him particularly by paying the postage, as it is ex
ceedingly difficult to ohtaiu small change in the country.
DEWITT C. KELLlNCiF.il. Proprietor.
Yonkers, May 15, 1839. mylft lm?
FOR SALF.?The Dwelling-house and Farm lately oc
cupied bv Gabriel H. Carroll, deceased, situate at Hun
'tinglon South,about 3 mile* west of Habylon.on the turn
pike road. The Mansion House is nearly new and possesses
every convenience, aud will be sold with or without the furni
ture, and w ith one hundred acres, or so much more of the F'arm
as the purt baser may require. It has an ice house filled with
ice, a good barn with stables, and a garden under cultivation.
Th" F'arm consist* of about ?00 acres, and will he told in
parrels to suit purchasers. There it a farm house on the farm,
with another large barn, which will tie sold separately , (if re
quired' with a p >rti..n of tbe ground adjoining it. Possession
may be had immediately. For further particulars, enquire of
G. CLARK. 130 Water si.; or,
?nv28-lW WM. H. FRANKLIN, I* Broad st
R
MTO LET.?A very preltv Hunt near tUe Battery, in
one of the most pleasant situations of tlie town. En
(juire at 68 Greenwich at. my 08 3l*
M~" VALL AHLK PROPERTY FOR SALE.?TheSub
scriber will dispose nf AO acres of Land, in the village
of Jamaica, Long Gland. It it moat conveniently loca
ted. It will he aold entire or in lota to auit purchaser*. If not
privately diepoeed of by the l?th of Juur, it will be aold at auc
tion, in five arrr Iota, on that day. The dwelling houae and out
building* with ten arrr* attacked, will be lor rent or aale. It
po?*rtM'? every comfort and convenience that a gentleman can
draire. The title- i? tinqueii ieuahlr, and it it very rare that pro
perty of thia character i* in the market.
ALEXANDER L. BOTT8,
mv?7-tf Jamaica, L. I.
TO LET-A houae and store, or the a Use a. parat^ ?
xjt'J1 the flth Avenue, between 16th and 17 street*, tuitable
?MIL for a hardware, dry good*, hatter, millinery, tailor, or
other*. Alan a corner atore for cither a painter, gruier, or
drnggiat. Enquireof W. B. LOZZKNS, American Hotel.or
Henry 8. Kortaan, in Ifllh atreet near the preiniaea. inyJA-lw
KMOVEUr DHL H. VILLER8 h*.~r. moved "Tram No
HA Liberty atreet to No. 4fl Liapenard atreeL
TO SUIT TIIF, TIME9.?OPERATIVE DENTAL
SURGERY?1The aubacriher perform* every operation on the
teeth and gum* on the moat modern and approved principle* of
the Dental art, and with profe?*i >nal ?kill. Irregularities of
the teeth in children and adult* remedied, ration* teeth Ailed
with gold; loo?e teeth rendered Arm; teeth eilrarted; teett*
Aved.trom one tooth ton complete aet en masse. Fee* reduced
oue-thtrd.
N. B. Toothache removed instantaneously. Price 40 cent*.
myl.Vtm DR. H. VILI.EH8.
Knickerbocker hall. no. i#Park row.?th# *uh
?criher* having opened the above honce on the EURO
PLAN PLAN, would respectfully inform their friend* and the
public, that they arc now ready to accommodate them la aatyle
not to be *urp4**ed by any aimilar houae in thia city. Thia
houae will alwaya be furntslted with every convenience, and ail
the Intariea *?f an unrivalled market. There at* ear hundred
lodging room*, which are airy, newlv furni*hed, and in perfect
order. The Ordinary, being on the Aral door, t* apaciou*. neat,
convenient, and w.-|l furnished; and the unlet ahall alwaya be
aupplied with all the variety tk? market afford*, served up by
canerienced cook*.
The marked success which ha* attended establishments of
thia kind, la auffieieat evidence of their adaption to both Imsiw
men and traveller*.
Genllemt u visiting the city, will And thi* a mo?t desirable and
central situation, being nearly on Broadway, fronting the Tark;
and, in short, concentrates the beanty and eleganre ef local aad
transitory object* of attraction and splendor with whiah New
York abound*. ED8ALL A JONES.
N. B.?For the accommodation of Traveller*, thi* bouae will
be open at all ktWI of the ntebL al-tf
SALAMANDER WORK*, Ne. M Cannon street?The
yj proprietor of thi* establishment invite* the pnrticalnr at
Uatioa of proprietor* offiiraace* of different kind*, iron foan
der*. engineer*, maaon*, builder*, chemi?U, laaaafaeturer*, and
other* who require * great heat, to the article* mad* by him,
consisting pi menially of Fire Bricks of all descriptions ami
shapes, wan mien equal to the celebrated Stourbridge brick*,
Tile# of various kino* for baker*' oven* aad green house*; Al
lure* for grate*, lining* for clove*, fvre cement, Portable Farna
?e*, superior to any other*; Flint Stone Ware for chemists, war
ranted! o reaiat toe action of Are. acid*, fcc. Ac A large as
sortment of the** article* are kept constantly on hand, aad
likewi** made to order *1 the shortest notice? all of which are
offered for aaleoa the most reasonable term*,
ml A. Am* M. LK FOULON. Proprietor.
U NITE* STATES ARMY?Wanted for the 4th Hegi
mml U. 8. Artillery, alationed at Governor's Island, lilt)
or 900 able bodied mea, between the age of IA and 34 years, be
ing above 4 fe?t A incite* high, of sober and indu?trioo* habits,
of good character, ami re?peelable (landing among their fellow
eitlten*. None need apply tint those who are determined to
serve honestly aad faithfully the period of Uieir enlistment,
which is Ave year*.
B? -Idea the monthly pay of the soldier, he I* allowed one ra
tion per day, and a large supply of comfortable and genteel
clothn g- Good quarter* and fu? I are at all time* furnished,
and the best medical attendance provided for the sick soldier,
for whirh there m no deduction of pay. The laws provide a
pension lor thoae who become disabled in the discharge of their
duty. Apply *? Na. 996 Washington ?t. Also?Wanted three
Bora to learn Mfta. m*3 lm"
I^NOLISH SWING DOOR SPRINGS suitable for Bank
Ti ing House, Hotel, Store and other doors, for whirh pur
poses they are in general uae in England; maaufartnred and sold
only lit the Patentee, J. STONE, Mil Broad* ay.
N. B. Nnmerou* rrfsrence* etui he given where they are in uae.
ay 11-I m* j
fKf" SECOND WARD HOTEL.?Nest to the corner of
Fulton street, in Nassau street. This well known establishment
having undergone a thorough refitting, is uow incomplete order
for the accommodation of those who may honor It with their
patronage.
There are in litis house, besides the lower story,which is khrowu
entirely open as a public bar room, a large room upon the se
cond story, 75 feet by 2d, well suited for the accommodation of
public meetings, together with several smaller one., adapted to
the use of clubs, relerees, or for the transaction of other pcivWa
business.
Clubs and private parties accommodated with roo as, and
may be furnished with dinners or suppers, composed af every
species of g.unr or delicacy which the markets atiord at short
notice. fjell-y) EDMUND JONES, Proprietor.
NKW ENGLAND HOUM1C.
.07- The subscriber has taken the new House N<* 6 Roose
velt street, near Pearl and Chatham, which he has filled up and
furnished with an eye to neatness aud convenience. The fur
niture and fixtures entirely new, and the bar and larder well
famished.
To clubs and parties, to a limited number of boarders, and
to travellers, the New England House offers accommodations
which the advertiser trusts will ensure hint a share of the pnb
lit patronage. M. HUGHES;
n5-3m*
OWBRY COTTAGE, 293 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 his bar with
the choicest of liquors and cigars, hopes, by assiduous attention
to the comfort of his guest, to merit a liberal share of patron
age. EDWIN P ARM ELL.
New York, May 14th, 1889. my la-1 in*
A REFECTORY TO LET, at 71 Division street, and
fronting on 70 East Broadway, with fixtures, for sale. The
proprietor wishes to disjiose of them in consequence of having
too much business on hand, and for the want of necessary help
to carrv it on. For further particulars inquire on the premises,
or at 139 Bowory. TUNIS HAUGHUKST.
my 16-2 w?
DANIEL SWEBNEY, ll Ann street, returns tils siuces*
thanks to his numerous friends for the liberal supportthey
have uniformly rendered him since he first o|>eneJ his Refectory
and assures them that it will he hit 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
cleanliness, civility and promptitude. jltt tf
B
NEW REFECTORY.?J. SWEENEY informs his friend
and the public that he has opened a new Refectory, in that
large and elegant building, No. 144 Fulton street. Fish, Flesh
and Fowl are always to be found on his tables, and every del lea
cy of the season jwovided as soon as it appears in the market
No care or attention will be wanting on nis part, to give general
satisfaction, and he hope* to find that generous encouragement
which lie is determined to deserve.
jlO-tf J. SWEF.NET'
RYDER'S NORTHERN AND SOUTHERN GEN
TLEMEN'S FASHIONABLE BOOT AND SHOE
ESTABLISHMENTS, No 3 Beekmsn street. New York;
and No. 18 Natohez street, New Orleans.?Southern gentlemeu
visiting the city of New York, are respectfully informed tkal
they will find a full assortment of Opera and Dress Boots, Un
ion Shoes, Fancy and Dress Pumps, and Gaiters of the same
style aud quality at were furnished them at No. 13 Natchez st,
New Orleans, and which obtained the first premium at the late
Fair in that city.
Gentlemen purchasing or giving orders for fine Boots for the
Charleston, Mobile, New Orleans, Natclieu, Vicnsburgh, or
any of the southern or south western cities, are invited to call
and examine a splendid article of light Dress Boots, made of
French imported stock in the latest Parisian fashion, at No. &
B:ekman street, Clinton Hall, New York, opposite the Park.
URIAH RYDER.
N. B. First Premium at the American Institute, New Tork.
" * ? Mechanics Institute, "
my4 tf ? ? ? late fair at New Orleans.
13EETH ON THE PRINCIPLE OF ATMOSPHERIC
PRESSURE, by M. LEVETT, Dentist. No 2(h) Broad
way,entrance in Warreu street Mr. L. respectfully invites
strangers and the public generally, to witness aud examine his
scientific method of fixing incorruptible Teeth, from a single
tooth to a full set, on the principle of atmospheric pressure,
practiced so extensively by hiin. Mr. Levett will give every
information to those wno do not apply from mere idle curiosi
ty, but with a view of profiling by the conviction an actual ex
amination will produce.
[From the New York Commercial Advertiser.]
Dentkthv.?Having suffered much lately from decayed
teeth, I strolled into Dr. Levett's, 260 Broadway, where I had a
complete reformation in Oivse useful agent- of mastication }
and I must say. that lor txiil, ? tse of execution, and perfect ac
quaintance with the tnii|ec',iie exceeds any other professional
Dentist 1 ever sat under. mv 10-lm*
PATENT WATER CLOSETS. FORCE PUMPS, AND
BATHS, Manufactured by J. STONE,
myll-lna* Plumber aud Engineer, 890 Broadway.
1 OO Cocking and revolving d bore l'istol*
I"" 300 Rifles, assorted, Aae ami common
400 ?i??lr barrel guua, do do
100 double do do do
1000 pair* pocket and belt pistol*
3,000,000 Percussion Cap*
Oim Locks, Rllle Barrels, and a full and complete stock of ma
terial*. Tools, and every article required in the Guu and
Pistol trade, for *ale by A. W. SPIES k CO.
my4-'dm 102 Pearl *t.
TO ARCHITECTS, BUILDERS, AND OTHERS?
Tlie subscribers would resjveetfully inform builder* and
other*, that they have causlantly on band, and are prepared to
furnish at *liort notice, architectural ornament* ?f ?s*ry de
scription, u for the interior finishing of dwelling*, churches,
and olhrr public building*," vixt capital* for column*, and
antm do. to all the orders of architecture, consoles, trusses, en
riched mouldings, rosette*, pitare*, frieze ornament*, lie. lie.
Ac. to any *ir.e. The long proved quality of rwinposilion orna
ment*, a* exeruted by Uiem, renders it useless to say much in
its eulogy; and, with the uirans they pomes*, and from long
practice ill the execution of model*, mould*, and r?ery depart
ment of buiine**, flatter themselves that for boldness of relief,
and general sharpness and beauty, their work will be found
murb superior to any thing ol the k'nd done in any oilier place,
they having avoided that tiny, flat and undefined appearance, to
much and to justly complained of. (irvat attention having been
paid to the xioil?* of manufacture, to insur* the best quality, at
lh? lowest possible price, they nr* happy to **y that tlwir pre
sent seale of price* will be found lis tie be) oud the reach of
abatement or competition.
Builder* out of Slew York, in any part of the United State*,
won Id find a material saving, and Ilk* wise procure a superior
article by calling or writing for uuy thing of the kind thsy may
require, a* we have on hand, and are enabled to fill order* to
any amount at very short notice
GALLIER k MUBTHY,
Manufactory Ml- Breadwav,
my 14 3m* One door from NibU's.
PATENT WI.TDi.AS4.
BEDSTEAD.
0(7" THE Mubsr.nbers, Sole Proprietor* and Manufacturers,
are ni. par- d to execute, with despatch, all order* for their Un
rivaVl. J Patent Swelled Beam Wimlla.* Bedstead*, which are
now almost universally used, a* being th? he?t article a* yet i?
vented?-condoning ease, convenience and durability.
The sacking, acted upon by the windlass and swelled beam is
made perfectly light and free from nil liability to **gg, still leav
ing an elasticity in the same, which rrnders it particularly easy,
and simple in construction; tbe matter of putting up and Mking
down will be fonnd of but little trouble in comparison with this**
of any other coast ruction, whilst the precssi'.a with which tbe
com|ioa*at pagjs are fitted, act* as a safeguard against the iatro
duct ion of any bind of vermin.
From the eare taken to render each Bedstead perfect, their
qualities for durability will recommend them to purchasers?
wbo are invited le call and examine a large assortment, now oe
sand.
Also, a largt assortment of elegant Furmtewe, Mattranses
Feather Bed*, lie. constantly on hand.
i. W It C SOUTH ACK. Na. I* Broadway,
jelfiy Franklin House
Military and firemen's eats?military
HORSE. EQUIPMENTS, Leather Gun t ases. (Jam#
and Shot Bags, Cartridge Botes, Bells. Scabbard* and Knap
sack*. All the above article*, Wholesale and R-tail at liberal
prices,?al*e, Tranks, Valices, Carpel hags. Hal Boxes aad
every tkiag in his line of business.
HENRY S ATACAP,
3W Broadway, bet wren While and Walker streets.
N. B. Companies about forming, both Military and Firemen,
can lie furnished with Cap* at the shortest notice. my l4-3m*
CORSEl S READY MADE, ami made loonier, In any
style of fancy , warranted to fit.
? orset hands wanted?none need apply but good hands?to
tnch, constant emplovment will bo given. Apply at
MRS. WHITNEY'?,
my94-lw Corset warahou*', 1#4 Division si.
BtTS BOOTS, BOOTS.?AT WALKER ft CO.'8,
9M ( anal street, corner of Hudson stiret.?Just received
(W pairs of gents' summer dress hoots, the handsomest article
that ha* been offered to the public, with steel and bras* plates
on the heel#, prices 99.95, ?-i 40 and $3 per pair (JenIs' gait
ers and high cut walking shoes, from 9'J to %'i 40 per pair. ?
fashionable article siiitanle for hot weather. Ladies', misses'
and children's boot*, huskin shoes, ?f all color*, sorts, sites and
fa-loons, prices Mb'., 74r. and 91 per pair, Gents' French ami
native calr skin boots Aom 94 lo 91 Mt per |>nir. Boy#' and,
children's boots DoiN mistake. Walkeril'B I anal street,
corner Hudson, nnd 934, the new ttoi 1 Greenwich street, or the
eld stands, '496 and iJ? M Ml m m |mytl4-lm*
R. GRAHAM'S TUSCAN ANI) STRAW HAT
MAN17FA0T0RY, NO. DIVISION STREET.
RGKAHAM, Ladies' Tuscan, English anil French Straw
? Hat Manufacturer, begs to isform the public, that he hat
ou hand, a large assortment of Tuscan and English braid Bon
nats, from the coarsest to the Guest qualities, manufactured in
a manner that ceiwot be excelled by any in the city for color
and elegance ef shape. He especially invites the alteutioa of the
ladies to the sew Swiss Cottage-shaped Bonnet, which is the
most elegant that can be imagined, and only ure<!* to be seen to
be admired; also Leghorns in every variety. All the ahoye are
warranted to he imported, aud to clean well, and may be pur
chased by the single hat or case at reasonable prices.
hand w
Always on haBti and made to order, all kinds of silk, honey- I
comb, shirred and framed millinery Bonnets, made up according
to the latest fashions aud in the ueatcst maimer. A general
assortmeut of Ribbons and Artificial Flowers, of choice selec
tion aud every variety. Orders froui the country punctually
attended to.
Mrs. Graham continues to clean, bleach and alter old Tuscan
and Straw Hats of every description, in her well knuwa elegant
style. Mrs. G. thinks that her style of bleechiag cannot be
surpassed, she having been constantly engaged in the bleeahing,
pressing, aud manufacture of straw lor the last fourteen years.
iu Scotland and this city. She has discovered a new process of
blenching, by which the color of the oldest hat is made to look
as white as when new, without tbe least injury to the straw,
aud leaving no smell of sulphur Leghorn hats cut, pressed
aud trimmed in the latest fashion myl4-lmd&W4
CHEAP CASH CLOTH STORE,
At No. 'id Maiden Lane,
Qtf- WHERE may be found, by the piece or yard, a supe
rior assortment of hue and low priced Broadcloths, Habit
Cloths, Cassimeres, Summer Stuffs, Velvets, Vestiugs, Trim
mings, Ac. kc. Tlis subscriber will offer the above at very
low prices for cash, in order to dispose of his entire stock pre
vious to August next, as ho will then be obliged to remove from
his present stand. mid-Sin ISA AC T. T HA YKR.
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 and
si*e, which will be sold at low prices for Cask.
ah 3in* GEO. A. HOYT St CO., 14 Bowery.
PREMIUM GHILDREN'S CLOTHING ?GEORGE A.
HOYT A CO., Na. 14 Bowery, have on hand an exteasive
assortment of fashionably made Children's Clothing, (samplf *
of which obtained the premium at the recent fair,) which they
are disposed to sell very cheap for Cash, either at wholesale or
retail. a4-3m*
GENTLEMEN'S
CAMT OFF CLOTHING
BsrsHT, ajid tmk ri'Lk taluk oitun it cash, ?t
H. LEVETT, 14 Duane si., 3 doors from William.
Q(J- KNOWING there are persons who make a great puff
in their advertisements for Cast Off Clothing, lie. kc. and who
iu many cases da not give ths full value for the same,?H. L.
will assure those gentlemen who may have such articles by
them, aad who may send for him, of receiving the very utawet
value in CASH for every article.
N. B.?A line through the pest office or otherwise, to the
above address, will meet with due attention. my9-6w*
TO DRY GOODS JOBBERS. STORE KEEPERS, MAN
r UFACTURERS, kc.
Q{^ CARDS of every description, either Copjwrplate or
Letter Press, executed in a superior style oa favorable terms.
Jnst received an assortmeut of Plain and Ornamental Type,
expressly for Card and Circular priming. Specimens can be
examined, and all orders promptly attended to. Wedding, Vis
iting and Commercial Cards engraved in a superior style, and
printed with the utmost neatness. Persons fnrnishing their
own Card Plates can have them printed on the latest and most
approved fashionable style of Cards, at short notice. Just re
ee{ red a superior lot of Porcelain Cards, expressly for Visiting
tiding Ugpds, which for whiteness and brilll
and Wedding Ctyds, which for whiteness and brilliancy of pol
ish canaot be excelled.
8ILVER PLATED DOOR PLATES, the silver plate of
which is uncommonly thick, with the improved Bronze Edges.
Brass Door and Number Plates, Seals, kc. kc.
VALENTINE'S
Fashionable Card, Engraving, and Printing Establishment,
a?0-lm* 30 John street, corner of William.
WINDOW BLIND MANUFACTORY.
THE subscriber respectfully beg* to inform the public, thai
be lias constantly oa hand a targe and elegant assortment
of every description oil' the psinled transparent washable win
dow shades, consisting of Italian and other landscapes, Diaphi
nous, Chinese, Architectural and Fancy Blinds, w hich he can
confidently recommend for their beauty, strength and great du
rability, as they have bcra known, with common care to last
from ten to fourteen years. Thr prices of the shades, iucluding
cords, tassels, mck, pullies, and fittings fi>r windows, complete
vary from $7 aud upwards, per pair. Binds painted and filled
te order, by applyiag to GEORGE PI.ATT, I'd Spruce si.
N. B. tJooatrj dealers supplied with blinds and olind fittings
mlB-2m*y
CJAKSAPAKILLA PORTER?A new and healthy bere
kj rage.?This porter is manufactured by the subscribers from
ingredients perfectly inoffensive, there being no narcotic used
in the eom|>osition. It combines an agrrrable tonie, with an
alterative, admirably calculated to invigorate aad produce a
healthy action throughout the system.
The most delicate can use it wilhoat the possibility of cre
ating <a oedsse ?xeilrmeni, at the same time derive all the ad
vantages Irons its tnaic properties lhat can be obtained from
the best London porter.
The Sareapanlla (introduced into the porter) has long been
celebrated as a renovator of the system, purifying the blood,
?radicating cutaneous diseases, kc.
For a summer beverage for health it is believed that this
porter is unsurpassed by any article ever offered to Use public
it beiug hfehly carbonated and very grateful In tiie palate.
For sale by the gross or doxrn, by
WHITING * B \ BLOCK, SI Liberty at.
N. B. Delivered in an) pari of the city.
Wr have made trial of the Srasaparilla Porter manufactured
.w<l ?ohl by Mmn. Whiting It Bahrock, anil hare Covad it a
very lively and pleasant bevcragr.
From the ingredisuts which enter into its composition, w#
believe that it will be found a wholesome and refreshing drink,
and tree from the unp1ra?ant consequence* which follow Uie
use of strong beer and porter.
ALFRED C. POST at. D.
J. H. BORROWE M. D.
GILBERT SMITH, M D,
WILLIAM N. BLAKEMAN, M. D.
myfi-ltn* L. MEAD, M. D.
f|MIE PUBLIC are moil respectfully invited by Mmn. L.
X I. BF.AL3 fc ' O. to dtreet a moment1* attention to a few
word* in favor of their admirable Hair Rvetorative.
Thi* invaluable compound hat not been uehered to the world
wifli the Aourieh of quack. ry and imposition?it needs no facti
tious character lu introduce it to notice, ?ud to bring it into
use, which the discerning part of community will well appreci
ate. Ami it claims no consideration that it doe* not merit, on
account of qualities really possessed, the proofs of which are
innumerable, and satisfactory to the mo?t prejudiced, who will
eia>aine into them for them*el?rs at tha office of the proprte
ton, No. 1(14 Broadway.
Beats'IIsir Restorative, is a preserver and improver of the
iiair, rendering it soft ami beautiful, and when the hair ha*
fallen from ihc human head, tearing tbr heir tKin, or the head
fiufd. the faithful application of it will infallibly restore a new
suit in all its natural luxuriance and beauty.
The prices ars one dollar per bolll', and three dollars per
jar. For sale at wholesale and retail, by
L. I. BF.ALS k CO. I?4 Broadway.
N B. ? Retailer* allonrd liberal profits
Anisti.?J. D. .Moore, 113 Chesnsil st.. Philadelphia ; A.
Snyder, Troy.N. V.j Geo. (tales,agent for North Carolina and
(Jeorgia; Messrs. Pollard k Orren. 'Jfl I'hsrtr"* street, New
Orleans; Hannington Hinklry, Bucll?p<irt, Hancock Co. M iiim;
C. Carlton k Co., St. Paul street, Montreal, L.Canada, Peter
Righter, r.>ug'ibeep*ie, N. V.; James Ingots, Utica. N. Y.; Al
len C. Warner, Paterson. N. Jerses; John Tracy. Newark, N.
Jersey; Wells k Humphrey, Hartford, I on*., II. II. Coleman
Market ? ? ? ~
k Co., Druggists, 1.13 Market street, Baltimore* Md.; Seymour
k Mace, Hudson, I olomhia Co. N. Y.; Robert 8. Fatter*un
Penn A eenue, Washington, D. C. mfiy
13 NORAVIN'tiS.?A. LOWK hasjtisi returned fr?m L?o
Le don with an immrn?r ***< riment <>f Kugrai ing* and Litho
grapht, hy llie most eminent arltsls, of every description, from
an tuch tiptare to the largest ?iae, and from I1J rents per dnten
to rerrrat dollar* each. An inspection of the umr i? reipecl
fully inrited. a* the stock include* several new engraving* whick
have not been before in this counter. ALEX. LOWE,
Repository offline Arte, S3 Canal street,
tnylS-lm* near Broadway,
NEW YORK BAZAAR
Far Plnia anil Fancy Paper Hevrs *f all
I'A I Fultea atre-el,
Three door* from Nassau
new toss
City and country merchant* will find constant!* ? rerj
arge stock en hand. They can he ac< ommodated at short no
tier to any tier or any quantity they please; also, hy shippiag
them ia so prodyakle a packing as may he desired to any part oi
America.
Real geauiae Cologne Water, imported from Germany, of e
most superior quality ?will satisfy every purrh*?er.
Also, just received by late arrivals, a line lot of
IOIiOKKD 4NIF flARBLB PAPER,
?f (he m st bvautiful pattern*. myll-y
0
IL OF VITRIOL, AQUAFORTIS. fcc.-AII kind* of
acid*, mch a* Muriatie, Dipp ng. Nitric, Aquafortis, Du
plev. ami Oil of Vitriol, constantly on hand ami for sale in
L E W18
all quantities, ky LEWIS FF.UCIITWANOKR,
my 27 y 7 (told street.
Ut'F.RlOR LEECHES. "rHo-l'i" >Ri s \M> hi \
MOND CEMENT.?The above articles constantly on
hand, and for sale, tin ail quantities, st very reasonable prices,
by LEWIS FF.UCIITW ANGER,
my 27-y 7 Uotd street.
M
AmUm Mm.
NEW YORK TATTER8ALLS.?Tha
rsgular ulet by sactaoa,at tkis wall known es
tablishment, ol Mors**, CiiriuM, kc., conti
nue to Lake piece on every Monday, at It
o'clock, throughout the year.
The next regular tale will take place on Monday, June 3rd
at 11 o'clock, c?wm<u*ing with Carriage*, Harness, kc., IM at
12 oYlock the salt of Horses will commence.
tleutlemea having Horee* to dispose of, are requested M
make early application, ?o a* to secure a geod number ea tha
catalogue, a. u? hone can be offered at auction unless register
ed time for a number on the catalogue, for which purpose th?
retisier will be kept open till Saturday, 1st Jane, at 6 P M.
GEO. W. MILLER,
Successor to J. W. Watson, 448 Broadway,
i "l At SHls.-Ons pair of very fine black hones, ff
do do bay horns; ? vrrv hue single hone*.
_ Also?Carriages and harnesses, among then a very handaosad
'imported Cabriolet, belonging to His Excellency the Minis**?
of s ranee, sold ouly as he ii leaving the United States.
*u-y o. w. m.
JAMES BLEEt KKU, Auctioneer.
EXTENSIVE SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE,
On Seventh aud Eighth A'enaei, and on 31st 23d 23d aad
24t'i Streets, belonging to the late Henry Eckford Esc
JAMES BLKECKKR k CO. will sell at Aaetion,'on thum
day, aotli May, at 11 o'clock at their sales room, No. 3?
Broad street, corner of Exchange Dace, the following valuabhn
oroperly, belonging to the estate of the late Henry Eckford,
Esq., viz: No. 1 to II, being street lots, and Ne. 13 to 21, av*.
uue lots.
STREET LOTS.'
First?Id lots, No. 1 to 17, as per map, on the south side of
list street, between tltb and 7th avenues: 16 of the lots being
each 96 feet by 98 feet V inches, No. 1 being irregular, and Na.
14 not included.
Second?24 lots, No. 18 to 41, each 16 feet by 88 feet, B inches,
contiguous to each other, ca the south side of 21 ?t street, ba
tweeu 7th and 8th avenues.
Third?24 lots. No. 43 to 86, oa the south Side of 22d struct,
betweeu 7th and 9tk avenues, of the same dimensions, and in tha
rear of the la>t described.
Fourth?18 lots, No. 66 to 81,on the south side of 12d street,
between 6th and 7th avenues, 16 of the lots being of the eaaae
dimensions, aud iu th rear of the first mentioned lets, No. 81
being irregular.
Fifth?14 lots. No. 82 to 96, on the north side of 22d street,
between 6th and 7th avenues, 12 of the lots of the tame disten
sions, No. 83 irrigular, and No. 82 a gore 1st
Sixth?24 lots No. 96 to 119, on the north side of 98d street,
between 7th and 8th avenues, of the same dimensions.
Seventh?24 lots, No. 120 to 143, on the south side of 23rd
street, betweeu 7th aud Stk avenues, of the tarns dimen
sion.
Eighth?12 lots. No. 144 to 166, on the south tide of 23<1 st,
between 6th and 7th avenues. 11 of tbs lots of the tame dimen
sions, No. 166 irregular, and in the rear of Nos. 81 and 96.
Niuth?10 lots, No 166 to 166,on the north tide of 23d street,
belwten 6th and 7th avenues; 9 af the lots of the same dimen
sions, No. 166 irregular.
Tenth?24 lots. No. 166 to 189, on the north sideof2JriL
street, between ?ih and 8th avenues, of the tame dimension*
Eleventh?14 lots, No. 190 to 213, on the south tide of 24tk
street, between 7th and 8lh avenues, of the same dimensions.
Twelfth?9 lots, No. 214 to 222, on the south side ofS4tk st.,
between 6th and 7th avenues; 8 of the lots of the tame dsmcm
sious, No. 222 irregular.
AVENUE LOTS.
Thirteenth?? lot?, No. 293 to 230, on the east side of 7th
avenue, between 23J aud 24th streets, each 24 feet 8 inches by
100 feet.
Fourteenth?8 lots. No. 231 to 138, oa the same side of7tk
avenue, between 12nd to 23rd streets, of the same dimen
tions.
Fifteenth?Slots. No. 239 to 146, on the same side and ave
nue, between 21>t and 22nd streets, of th* same dimen
sions.
Sixteenth?8 lots, No. 247 to 364, on the west side of 7tk
avenue, between 21st and 22nd streets, of th* sami dimen
sion*.
Seventeenth?Slots, No. 266 to 161, on the same side and
avenue, between 22nd and 92rd streets, of the same dimen
sioas.
Eighteenth?8 lots. No. 263 to 270, rat the same side and ava
nue, between 33d and 241 h streets, of (he same dimensions.
Nineteenth?8 lots, No. 271 to 278, of irregular dimensions,
forming partly a triangular shape, one lot forming in nart a sida
front on 3isi street, and 2 of the lots, Not. 277 ana 278, fronting
on 8th avenue and 33d street.
Twentieth- 8 lots. No. 279 to 286, on the east side of 8th
avsnue, each 14 feet 8 inches by 100 feet, between 29d and 13d
streets.
Twenty-first?8 lots. No. 297 to 191, on tb* same tide and
avenue, between 23i and 34th streets, of the same dimen
sions.
The tale will be peremptory, and th* terms accommo
dating.
Every lot put up will be sold without reserve to Ike highest
bidder.
Lithographic map* can be obtained at the sales room of tha
auctioneer.
Terms?10 per rent of the purchase money to be paid on tha
day ef sale, l.> per cent on delivery of the deeds, th'balance
can remain on .mat nod mortgage
See special advert is* me at. signed MARION ECKFORD,
Executrix.
G. U. IRVINO, 1
J. E. DF.KAY, Execute**
F. R. TILLOU. f
t HAS. F. CLINCH,/
myl8-!3t (No. 10)
FOK SALE AT AUCTION?On Tuesday, th? dth day
of June, 1839. at 10 o'clock at noon, at the auction rouca
of Mmri. James Blen kcr It Co., No. 30 Broad street, in Ihs
city of New York?on* hundred and thirteen lota of lanil, Min
ute in the Twelfth W.vrd, bounded oa, and adjacent to, the 4t)i
Araaa* and th< Harlem Hirer, and b?twe?a the new fren
Bridge and the old Harlem Bridge, aa will appear by the nap
at the oftiee uL/r' said.
These lot* of land are bounded by atreeta already regulated.
The Railroad cats pa?a through and vlop appoaitc them. Dwel
ling house* and manufactories are riaing rapidly around then*
lots, tlieir situation bring highly favorable, at the junction of
the New York and Albany and the Harlem Railroad*, and Uk
? he immediate miinity ef the Marina Riser, n.iw made navi
gable by the <>p< mag of the draws oa the two bridgwa. thr >ugh
which pass sloop*, schooners md other craft daily plying to ami
Irooi the Crotou Water Work*. T>ie watrr in the riser in
front of this property being of a depth of IS feet at low water
mark, aod of a width that will admit sesaels of any sixe to rid*
at their anchors and lie iu safety at the bulk-hc.d, affords a posi
tion for the carrying oa all sorts of business, and is of muck
importam e in moat of cheapness and dispatch to the aoam
rnerce of the rity.
Lithographic maps will he furnished.
The lots arc situ tied as follows :
8 lots frooinig 138th street, midway between 3rd and 4th
Avenues, and wAouiag Mr. Stephenson's Railroad Car maaa
factory.
13 lots sin 139th street, opposite the above and other aaaau
factories.
8 lots fronting the 4th Arena* and lying between 139th and
13'?th streets.
13 lots fronting 130th street; south side 100 feet from tho
4th Avenue and between it and the ilarlem River.
4 lots at the corner of the 4th Avrnue and 190th street,
south corner.
4 lots at the corner of the 4th Asenac and 190th street, north
corner
19 lots oa 130th street, north side, and between the 4th Av
enue ami the Ath Avenue.
18 lots on ISIst street, south side, 900 feet from the 4th Arm.
nue, and running towards the 3th Avenue.
8 lots fronting the 4lh Avenue, laying between 131st and 131a
streets.
10 lots fronting 133d street, 180 feet from the 4th Avenue,
and them ? towards the river.
4 lots fronting 1 ?9d street, 100 feet from the 4th Avewua.
11.1 Lots?Total.
The Hnrb m Railroad cars running st all hoars to this Pro
perty, will afford facility to those gentlemen who may wssh to
view the same without much las* id time or of expense.
For further intnraMtiem. apply at the Auction Room, No. IB
Broad street, or to I HARI.ES HENRY IIAI.L,
May 15. 1830. (myl8-l7ti*] t Hart em
LAJtOt SALE OF REAL E9TATE.?The atten
tion of the p iblic is called to the extraordinary sale of Real Es
tate, (consist inc of the Arcade, the City Hotel, and many large,
substantial and v ilus' le private granite built dwelling housesj
in the city of New Oneaus. SYLVESTER A CO. of LA
Broadway, are appoiutew the agsnts for the transaction of the
business. Those gentlemen will hare great pleasure in com
tag every rrijaired information oa the subject
my94 I m'
ClOl.LF.bTIONI m all part* of the United Btates, t 'aaa
/ das, and Europe, made ?a the lowest terms, at
S. J. SYLVESTER'S,
m0 199 Broadway and 39 Wall sA
S" JYLV ESTER'S Reporter and I miaterAil Detector, pahs
J liah?d for th< last 13 years, eoataiuing accounts of sevtra
new couaterfeila, and for sale at
S J. SYLVESTER'S,
my 1 ft 138 Broadway and 99 Wall st
BILLS OF EXl HANOE, payable oa all parts ot ureaA
Britain and Ireland, ia sums of A3, U? any amount ibf *ntw
at S. J. SYLVESTER'S,
mytA 1391. wed way aad 38 WaRrt.
my93 '98 Browlw aad 93 Wall ?t
WOLEBOROMfeilevilla, E?*s*. Windsor, Fallen,
aad all other unearreat East m bills, at the best
1 nissha SYLVESTER A ? O.
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