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MORNING HERALD.
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WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 29, 1839.
FOR LIVERPOOL.?New Line?Regular Packet
of the 2alh June?The elegant Packet Ship UAH
i RICK, Capt. A. P. Palmer, of 1000 tone, will tail a*
above.
For freight1 or passage, having accommodations unenualled
for spleudor and comfort, apply on board at Orleans Wharf,
foot of Wall st., or to E. K. COLLINS <k CO.,
56 South st.
The Packet Ship ROSC1US, 1100 tons, Capt. Collins, will
nucceed the Garrick, and sail on the 25th July. mv 27-y
FOR LIVERPOOL
Intended as a regular packet.
The splendid, new, copper and fastened coppered ship
ROCHESTER, Philip Woodhouse, master, has nearly all her
cargo 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 f.ir Eugland are invited to call on board and
etamiue 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 BOY'D tk HINCKEN,
uy27-y 9 Tontiue Building.
FOR HAVRE?The superior French Brig OS
SI AN, Capt. Ponpeaueau. For freight of a few tons,
1 or for passage, apply to E. STEVENS' SONS,
or to BOYD t* tllNCKEN,
my27-y 6 Tontine Building.
FOR NEW ORLEANS.?Louisiana and New
York Line?Warranted First Revular Packet.?The
fast-sailing packet ship MISSISSIPPI, Bcebe, mas
ter, having most of her cargo engaged, will have immediate de
spatch.
For freight or passage, having handsome ftrnished acommo
dations, apply ou board at Orleaus wharf, Rot of Wall street,
or to E. K. COLLINS & CO.
iny2?v 56 South st
PACKET FOR HAVRE?SecoM Line The
? ship CHARLES CARROLL, Wm.Lee master, will
?sail on the 1st of June.
BOYD 8t HNCKEN,
my9y No. 9 Tonfcic Buildings.
TKABSATLA.KTIL' MTKAiMhfifl? P~?o7~
NEW YORK AND LIVERPOJL.
The steam ship LIVER
POOL, 1150 tons burthen
and 466 here power, R. J.
*Mkm*
Fayrer, R. V.,'commander,
is appointed losail as follows :
From New York. From liver pool.
18th May. 20tt April.
6th July. 15th Jane.
24tli August. 1st August.
19th October. ! 1st S-ptember.
14th December. 1 tli Nivembcr.
Fare to Liverpool, thirty five guinea* $163 33) in the aft,
mod thirty guiuras($140) ill the lore s;?A?u, including wines
and all stares. No second class passengts taken. Children
uuler 13 and servants half price.
An experienced surgeon accompanies
For passage or freight, apply personalll
aid A B M. BELL k CO. Agents,
? ^ PEOPLE'S LINE vOR ALBANY -
? Landing at the usual Hdiag* The steam
HFHK- boat ROCHESTER, Chain A. P. St. John,
wit! l?ave the steamboat pier, between thdbot of - Courtlandt
sii'l Liberty streets, on Thursday aflernai, 30th May, at b
? o'clock.
For freight or passage, apply to CROOK FOWKES, cor
ner of West and Liberty streets; PETER . 8CHULTZ, at
Che office, or the Captaiu on board.
All goods, freight, bank bills, specie, or jy other kind of
prop-ity, taken or shipped on board of this Ul must be at the
risk of the owners thereof. my23-7m
rOR ALBANY?Fari One Dollar?
Beware of the Emtorlioomh-The new and
1 splendid steamboat Al<KO\ Captain J. P.
D".m. This boat, e<ju si in all respect- to sy thing nn the
Nortli Riv? r, will coutiuu- to run at ONE DaLAR, so long
as the public patronage will barely pay eipenss
It is for that public to determine whethefhe Monopoly
Line, with their MILLION of capital, are to permitted In
take possession af the river, a? if they owned ii fee simpls ;
Strang'* all honorable coin|>etition ; huddle ounard a singls
boat five hundred passengers, and charge tbethree dollars I
each, foi the prisilege of st-nding all night up deck !! and
tins too whru they have half adnzen boats boiigldtT, lying idle j
at the whar*e?.
Will the public sustain the ARROW, or wilkey be hum- j
tugged and abused fo. another year 7
For loa-of starting, kc. or papers. iuv23 tf
lies th ship,
lonalltir by letter to
uts, 1| Fulton st., N. Y.
IN I' VnM s i n a vv
FOR POUUHK hit. Pbl??pand ing at
[Ores.* Paint, CaMwtllV, (Milrii|, Fish
"kill, Hamburgh, and Milton.
TH* new and splendid steamboat OSEOLA.hpt. A. De*
gmot, will Base New York from U e foot t>f Chjbert street
? sery aftcruoon (Sunday excepted) at 4 o'clocMKrturning,
lease Poughksrpsie, from near the foot of Meinreet, esery
?laming (Sunday excepted) at 7 o'clock. Land(at the old
atat*'? prison, foot Aiuot alrret, rarh way. For fage, apply
on board, or of CROOK k I QKV.8,
ni)'43-?m Corner West and jerty sta.
K~rwa ^ NKWAKK ANITnLVY Y<K?Tbrne
4T m> tripi per da) front each place.??e new and
?"""splcndid steamboat PASSAIf'ltpt. F. \V.
Martin, on and after Thursday, May 9th, wiljn between
Newark and New York, making three trips a ^from each
place, and lease at followt:-^H
Centre wharf, Newark,
61 o'clock A. M.
10| "
3 '?
Front foot of Rtfc* ?t. N. Y
>ck A J.
8} e'cloek
I ti| Pi.
ft}
?On Sundays the Passaic wilt run and lease
Centre wharf, Newark, j Faot of Barclay, N. York,
7) o'clock A. M. 10 o'clock A
3 " P M. | 6 ? P.<
TV Passaic will land at Bergen Point on her 6|d 3 o'clock
trips down, and If and 61 o'clock trips tap. Onindast the
will land on her passage down and up each trip.
?J Fare to Newark, I8f cts. Bergen Point, 12Jc<
The steamer Passaic is remaikanle for sjwiiierfotrming
the distance in front 1} to It hours each trip. Lis will Had
this route scry pleasant and particularly adranlgtis, at the
inconrenienreof changing from car to ferry boatlh baggage
u asolded Goods and freight takeu on reasotiakrrms. but
onlv a? tbe risk of the owners evil y
L r-uw ?t ?FARE REDUCED."?* I MONO"
Wrr tf>. ??^ I'OIA /?'. /'e"? .Vesr /arte /Huston, ria
b*wwa*s. frncpn I end /"rnnidettce.?Cabkttsage one
tlollar?Deck fifty cents?I ke steamer LKXINt)N, Capt.
Taiulerbiit, will lease New York for N'ewporhd Prosi
dener. an Saturday, llie -i.Vh inst., at ? o'clnet M, front
Aer No. 4 North Riser. Frng.nl taken at 4 cant* foot. Foe
IWrtHer iuf irmation apply on hoard.
The engine, boilers and hull ot the abose boat V been pat
4n complete ordrr. and th* yu' /ic may rut arrrHtf tKrart
Will hr is? seosstg pi ecficed, |i being entirely nnneary to sue
?ma her well established reputation for speed. U regular
day. for the Lexington to lease New York will b+dnetdaye
?ud Srtuidats.until furti.ee notice. a4 3an
V INDEPENDENT LINE-bit AL
BANY. and Intrrmed ate PlaeiFare 91.
The ii? v* ami splendid sleamhtKOSCl
CSKO, Capt. L). Ilaywood, w.ll lease the foot Robinson
street, net abuse Barclay, on Wednesday mommies 'd?tK.
?t 7 ?'eb ok. ~
The Public are assured that this Boat has no coRinn with
.my boat now on the Riser, and will continue to rw| between
New York and Albany ?as follows-.?!
Leases Nrw York. Leases AIM
Ptindays, Tuesdays,
Wednesday* ?"?' Thursday!
Fridass at 7 o'clock. A.M. Saturdays A. M .
?r W-dt.
JAMV.8 k TAYLON. ('"snierly F. A. James) tH TAP
LOUING E9TABI ISRMKNT, Nn. M Ma| Lnm.
The eiibseritsers rcspectlu") inform the patrons of those es
tablishment, that they ar- daily reeeising a snnfdf splen.
Aid Goesds, suitable for th vrssrnlseason. which bntke ^
to order, sell by the piece or'otherwise. a' their usuw price*.
Cos cash only. W is r wieaa
Osrr coats of fine Bearer rlotha. front 3*A fM
" Pilot It ?
" eolortd broad " ? bto 98
Ursa, ? a k> 19
? " wool dyed hlark ? > M
Faatal' ens of black, blue *r fancy eolered,
fr. ,, $0.60 to ftO.
>e?ts of eloth. rassimere, figured anil plain
silka. from fbi./m to fMI
Dress coata made and trimmed, from $7 dOfS.Ort
Ossr coata * an 7 00b 1 CO
Pent .loons and rests, *1.60 each.
' The subscribers wish !n V distinctly und?rato<ht gar
ewents made at this establishmeat are warranted f<tunl to
be mad - by the best workmen, in ths latest style atwlion
/btf-s iAMr.gr a t4)R.
Jl AMI tv am . CLTLKRV lb UHlTANM A W._
XX I case Rodger* A Hons f\ oknisr*,
10 ( asks Disnn k 9>t* Brit naia Ware,
9 do aaaorted Table and Pocket Cutlery,
| do Wade A Butcher's |bistort,
4 do Greases A (tons File*
98 do general assorted Hardware,
f By last arnsals, now opsrtng, and for sale from tlslsrs
on acroinnMidattng terms, by kA. W 81'lh.B A
m/7 fiai 199 Pewit.
SOUTHERN DAILY MAIL LINE for
Norfolk, Charleston, 8. C., Petersburg, and
Richmond.?The steamboat* ALABAMA,
KENTUCKY,and JEWESS, all boats of speed and accommo
dation, will commence running daily on the lirst April, between
Baltimore, Norfolk, and Portsmouth, leasing tke lower eud of
Spear's wharf every afternoon at 3 o'clock, or immediately af
ter the arrival of the cars from Philadelphia, and will arrive
aext morning at Portsmouth in time for the cars for Wilming
ton, and tkence steamboats to Charleston. Returning will leave
Portsmouth every day after the cars arrive from the South, and
reach Baltimore neat morning in time for the cars for Phila
delphia.
These 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 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
boat*, and stages ia the dead nf night, as on tha 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,
mSti-tf Agent.
"EXCURS10N~T0 KEY PORT, N. J.,
'near Middletown Point.?The new aud ele
?gaut steamboat WAVE, Capt. Oliver Van
derbilt, will commence making excursions to Keyport, New
Jersey, on Sunday, IDth iust., stopping at FortHamijb n. Long
Island, and Segoin's Dork, near the Princes Bay Light-house,
going and resuming. Will leave Washington market slip at 9
o'clock. On her return, will leave Keyport at 3 o'clock. P.M.,
Segoiu's Deck at 3}, and Fort Hamilton at 4 o'clock P. M.
Fare for the excursion, 40 cents.
N. B.? Dinner will be provided at ths Keyport Hotel. For
further information, irqaire of the captaie on board. a# 3m*
REGULAR MAUTUNE HlRlog
TON, Daily, (Sundaysexcepted.) from Bat
tery Place, Pier No. 1, N. River, via Ston
iugtcn? The MASSACHUSETTS on Tuesdays and Fridays,
direct to Providence. Fare, either way to Providence, three
dollars. The Steamer PROVIDENCE, Cantnin Wnol*ey,will
leave this afteraoon, Wednesday 39th,at 6 o elock, for StoniugJ
ton, and the MASSACHUSETTS, Capt. Comstock, on Fri
day next, both from Pier No. 1, North River, for Providence,
direct.
Passengers via Stonington w-11 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 Steniugton 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 vsill be no racing by the Boats of this Line.
or information apply at the office 23 Broadway,
my 30-6m
SUMMER-ARRANGEMENT
OF THE YOXKER9 AND HAR
LEM STAGE.?The proprietor re
spectfully informs the pbulic that the
1 oukers and Harlem Stage will leave
the Mansion House at 7 o'clock, A M., and at 1 o\:lock, P. M
for Hariem.
Returning, will leavs Raiuor's Hotel, Harlem, on the arriva
of the 8 o'clock A. M. train fiom New York, and on the arrival
ofthe 6 o'clock P. M. train from New York, for Yonkcrs.
N. B.?All persons that start to go to New York city, and
should be so unfortunate as to miss ths 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
sage on board the boat whenever they cau obtain it, but when
they cannot, he would most feelingly and affectionately solicit
them to take the Stage in preference to the Foot Line.
The public canuot do otherwise than appreciate this very be
nevoleut and charitable effort.
I'arti's from 13 to 30 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 giviug the pro
prietor one or two days notice.
Letters will come direct by stage or mail.
Persons writing to the proprietor re ative to stage matters,
will oblige him particularly bv paying the postage, as it is ex
ceedingly difficult to obtain small change in the country.
DEWITT C. KELLINGER, Proprietor.
Yonkers, May 15, 1839. my I ft lm*
FOR SALE?The Dwelling-house and Farm lately oc
cupied hv Gabriel H. Carroll, deceased, situate at Hun
tington South, about 3 miles west of Babylon, on the turn
pike road. The Mansioii House is nearly new and possesses
eveiy convenience, and will be sold with or without the furni
ture, and with our hundred acres, or so much more of the Farm
as the purchaser inay require. It has an ice house filled with
ice, a good barn with stables, aud a garden under cultivation.
Th" Farm consists of about 600 acres, and will he sold in
parcels to suit purchasers. There is a farm house on the farm,
with another large barn, which will be sold separately (if re
quired} with a portion of the ground adjmniug it. Possession
inay be bad immediately. For further particulars, enquire of
G. CLARK. 136 Water ?t.; or,
my 98-1 w* WM. II. FRANKLIN, 14 Broad st.
R
TO LET.?A very pretty Hhik near the Battery, in
one of I hf mo?t pleasant situations of the luwn. En
quire at 08 Greenwich et. inj58.it*
~ V A L L A IIL K rUOI'K R TYF OR SAL E.-The Sui
te riber will dispose of AO acre* of Land, in (lie village
of Jiniki, 1.0115 Island. It is moit conveniently loca
ted. It will be told entire or in lot* to suit purchaser*. If not
priiiUlj disposed of by the 17th of June,it will be told at auc
tion, in tire acre lot*, ou that day. The dwelling home and out
building* with ten acre* attached, will be for rent or *ale. It
|M>**et.?t'? errry comfort and convenience that a gentleman can
draire. The title i* unique*'ieuablr, and it i* very rare that pro
pert) of thi* character I* in the market.
ALEXANDER L. BOTTS,
mv97-tf Jamaica, L. I.
/y7< TO LET?A hoiite and al?re, or the ?to?e separate, on
Ijji! the 8th Avenue, between I6tl. mid 17 street*, suitable
for a hardware, dry good*, hatter, millinery, tailor, or
other*. Also a corner store for cither a painter, gr >?er, or
druggist. Enquire of W. B. COZZKNB, American Hotel, or
Henry 8. For-men, in I6lh street near the premises. my3<V-lw
EMOVED. dTTTTTILLERS haa removed from No
8A Liberty street to No. 40 Lisprnard street.
TO SUIT TIIE TIMES.?OPERATIVE DENTAL
SURGERY.?The subscriber perl >rms every ope ation on the
teeth and gums oa the most modern and approved principles of
the Dental art, and with professional skill. Irregularities of
the trrtk in children and adults remedied; carious teeth filled
with gold; loose teeth rendered firm; teeth extracted; teeth
Used, Irom one tooth to a complrtc set en masse. Fees reduced
one-third.
N. B. Toothache removed instantaneously. Price AO cents.
mv!V:?m DR. H. VILLEKS.
Knickerbocker hall. No. 10 Park Row.?ts? ??*
scriber* having opened the above house ou the EURO
PEAN PLAN, would respectfully inform their friends *nd the
public, that they arc now ready to accommodate them in a style
not to be surpassed by any similar house in this city. This
house will always be furnished with every conveuiencr, aud all
the Imarie* of an unrivalled market. There are ess hundred
lodging rooms, which are airy, tirwlv furnished, and in perfect
order. The Ordinary, being on the first floor, is spacious, neat,
convenient, and w-II furnished; and the table* shall alway* be
supplied with all the variety the market affords, srrved up by
experienced cook*.
The marked success which ha* attended establishment* of
thi* kind, i* sufficient evidence of their adaption te both bsitinem
men and travellers.
Grntlrrm u visiting the city, will find this a most desirable and
central situation, being nearly on Broadway, fronting the Tark.
and, in short,concentrates ike beauty and elegance of local and
transitory objects of attraction and splendor with which New
Yorh abounds. EDBALL It JONES.
N. B.?For the aeeommwdatioa of Travellers, this bouse will
be open at all hours of the niikt. al-tf
SALAMANDER WORKS, No. 03 Cannon street.-The
O proprietor of thi* establishment invites the particular at
Uutiou -if proprietors of furnaces of different kiuds, iron foun
ders, engineers, masons, builders, chemists, manalacturers, and
other* who require a great heat, to the article* made by him,
?na*i*tiag punctually of Fire Bricks of all descriptions and
shapes, warranter! equal to the celebrated Stourbridge bricks,
Tile* of various kinn* for bakers' ovens and green houses; fii
Inres for grates, linings for stoves, fire cement, Portable Furna
ces, superior to any others; Flint Stone Ware for chemist*, war
ranted! o re?ist toe action of fire. acid*, he. fce A large as
*ortment of these articles are kept constantly oa hand, aud
likewise made to order at the shortest notice? all of which are
offered for saleoa the most reasonable term*.
mlfi-Sm* M. t.K FOULON. Proprietor.
UNITE!* STATES ARMY.?Wanted for the 4th Regt
mi lit U. 8. Artillery, stationed at tJovrrnor'* Island, It*)
or 500 able bodied men, between the age of IS and 31 yr*r'i bw
ing above 6 fe?t A ineliea high, of sober end indmtriou* h ibits,
of good rharactrr, and respectable standing among their fellow
ritirens. None need apply hut those who are determined to
serve honestly and faithfully the period of their enlistment,
which i? five years.
Besides the monthly pay of the soldier, he is allowed one ra
tion per day, and a large supply of comfortable and genteel
clothii g. Good quarter* and furl are at all times furnished,
and the be*t medical attendance provided for the sick Soldier,
for which there is no deduction of pay. The laws provide a
pension 'or those who keeome disabled in the discharge of their
dirt). Apply *1 Nu 3W Washington *t Also?Wanted three
Boss to learn Music. my9-lm*
l-ll SWING DOOR SPRINGS* Bank
'j ing House, Hotel. Store and other doors,for which pur
poses the* srr in g> neral nse in England; maaufaetnred and sold
only by live Patentee, X STONE, NX) Broad* ay.
N. B Numerous rcftrencet can be given where Uiry are in use.
myll-lm'j
(VJ- SECOND WARD HOTEL?Nrut to the corner ol
Fulton street, in Nassau street This well known establishment
having undergone a thorough refitting, is uow in cumplete order
for the accommodation of those who may honor It with their
patronage.
There ere in this house, beside* the lower story,which is thrown
entirely o|?en as a public bur room, a Urge room upon the se
cond story, 75 feet ny 25, well suited for the accommodation of
public meetings, together with several smaller ones adapted to
the use of clubs referees, or lor the transaction of other private
business.
Clubs and private parties accommodated with roo as, and
may be furnished with dinners or suppers, composed af every
species of game or delicacy which the markets atiord at shoH
notice. [jell-y] EDMUND JONES, Proprietor.
NEW KNGLAND HOlhK.
The subscriber has taken the new House Not 6 Roose
velt street, near Pearl and Chatham, which he has fitted up and
furnished with an eye to neatness and convenience. The fur
niture and fixtures entirely new, and the bar and larder well
furnished.
To clubs and parties, to a limited number of boarders, and
to traveller*, the New England House offers accommodations
which the advertiser trusts wall ensure him a slian- of the pnb
lit patronage. M I1UOHE8.
ildn*
BOWERY COTTAGE, 398 Bowery? The subscriber
would respectfully iuform his friends and the public that,
having taken tne 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 PAKMELL.
New York, May 14th, 1889. my 15-1 in*
A REFECTORY TO LET, at 71 Division street, and
fronting on 76 East Broadway, aitli fixtures, for sale. The
proprietor wishes to dispose of them in consequence of having
too much business on hand, aud for the want of necessary help
to carrv it on. For further particulars inquireon ihe premises,
or at 139 Bowery. TUNIS HAUGHUKST.
imy 16-'Jw*
DANIEL SWEENEY, ll Ann street, returns Ids smces*
thanks to hit numerous friends for the liberal snpportthe)
have uniformly rendered him since he first opened his Refectory
and assures them that it will be his constant endeavor to merits
continuance of their approbation. His table it always furmshea
with the best the market affords ; and those who may honor his
table with their presence, may depend upon being served with
cleanliness, civility and promptitude. jlO tf
NEW REFECTORY?J. SWEENEY informs his mend
and the public that he has opened a new Refectory, in that
large and elegant bnilding, No. 144 Fulton street. Fish, Flesh
and Fowl are always to be found on his tables, and every delioa
cr 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 hon/? to find that generous eutouragemenl
which he is determined to I'eserve.
jlO-tf J. SWEF.NEY'_
RYDER'S NORTHERN AND SOUTHERN GEN
TLEMRN'S FASHIONABLE BOOT AND SHOE
ESTABLISHMENTS, No 5 Beekman street, New York
and No. 18 Natohez street, New Orleans.?Southern gentlemen
visiting the city of New York, are respectfully informed tkal
they will find a full assortment of Optra and Dress Boots. Un
ion Shoes, Fancy and Dress Pumps, and Gaiters of the same
style aud quality as were furnished them at No. 18 Natchez st,
New Orleans, aad which obiained the first premium at the late
Fair in that city.
Gentlemen purchasing or giving orders for fine Boots for tke
Charleston, Mobile, New Orleans, Natcliea, 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. 5
B.tkman street, Cliuton Hall, New York, opposite the Park.
URIAH RYDER.
N. B. First Premium at the American Institute, New York.
" ** " Mechanics Institute, u
my4-tf ? * u late fair at New Orleans.
rpEETH ON THE PRINCIPLE OF ATMOSPHERIC
1 PRESSURE, by M. LEVETT, Dentist. No MO Broad
way,entrance in Warreu street Mr. L. respectfully inviles
strangers and the public generally, to witness aud examine lus
scientific method of fixing incorruptible Teeth, from a single
tooth to a full set, on the principle of atmospheric pressure,
practiced so extensively by him. Mr. Levett will give every
information to those who do not apply from mere idle curiosi
ty, hut with a view of profiting by the conviction an actual ex
amiuation will produce.
[From the New York Commercial Advertiser.]
DkfiTistut?Having suffered much lately from decayed
teeth, I strolled into Dr. Levett's, J60 Broadway, where 1 had a
complete reformation in tnsse useful agent- of mastication j
and I must say, that lor sxill, t tse of execution, and perfect ac
quaintance with the sno|ect,lie exceeds any other professional
Dentist 1 ever sat under. mvlO-lm*
PATENT WATER CLOSETS. rORCE PUMPS, AND
BATHS, Manufactured by J. STONE,
a.yll-lm* Plumber aud Engineer, 390 Broadway.
lOn SELF Cocking and revolving d bore Pukds
JLUU 300 Rifles, assorted, fine and common
500 single barrel guue, do do
100 double do do do
1000 pairs pocket and belt pistols
3,000,000 Percussion Caps
Oun Locks, Rifle Barrels, and a full and complete stock of ma
terials. Tools, and erery article required in the Gun and
Pistol trade, for sale by A. W. SPIES k CO.
my4-2m 192 Pearl ft.
TO ARCHITECTS, BUILDERS, AND OTHKRS
The *ub?criber* would respectfully inlorm builders mid
other*, thai they havr constantly ou band, ?nil are prepared to
fumiih at iliort notice, architectural ornament* ?tt every de
scription, "for the interior finishing of dwelling*. churches,
and other public building*," vixt capital* lor column*, and
anise do. to all the order* of architcclnre, eoniole*, trn**ei, en
riched moulding*, rosettes, pitare*, frieze ornament*. kc. Ice.
Ice. to any (ize. The long proved quality of Cumposition orua
meul*, a* executed by them, render* it useless to tay much in
it* eulogy; and, with the mean* they po**e*?, and from long
practice m Ihe execution of model*, mould*, and every depart
ment of btitinet*, flatter themselves that for boldness of relief,
and general sharpness and beauty, their work will be found
much tuperior to any thing of the k<nd done in any other place,
they having avoided that tiny, flat and undefined appearance, *o
much and *o juitly complained of. (levat attention having heen
paid to the mode* of manufacture, to iniur* the be*t quality, at
the low eat possible price, thev are happy to Mt that their pre
vent *e ale of price* will be found to be bvyoud the reach of
abatement or competition.
Builder* out of New York, in any part of the United Slate*,
won Id find a material saving, and Itktwi** procur* a tuperior
articl* by calling or writing for auy thing of the kind ihty may
require, a* we have on hand, and are enabled to All order* to
any amount at very thort notice
UALLIER k MUUTHY,
.Manufactory 61)Broadway,
my 14 3m* One door from Niblu'*.
PATINT WI3DLAM.
BEDSTEAD.
0QF" THK Subscribers, Sole Proprietor* and Manufacturer*,
are nrrsared to execute, with despatch, all order* for their Un
rivaVleJ Patent Swelled Beam Windltw Bedstead*, which are
now almost universally used, as being the be<t article a* yet in
vented?combining ease, convenience and durability.
Tin tacking, acted upon by the windla** aad swelled beam w
made perfectly light and free from all liability to ?ogg, (till leav
ing an elasticity in the tame, which rrnden it particularly ea?),
and simple in construction; the matter of putting up and baking
down will be found of but little trouble in comparison with those
of any other construction, whilst the precision with which the
comjwiaent pagfs are fitted, act* a* a safeguard against the intro
dnciion of any kind of vermin.
From the enre taken to render each Bedsteod perfect, their
qualities for durability will recommend th?m to purchaser*?
who are invited U call and examine a large assortment, now oe
vend.
Also, a large assortment of elegant Furnitnre. Mettraosei
Feather Bed*, lie. rooetently on band.
J. W fc c SOUTH A< K, No. IflS Broadway,
jelly Franklin He***
Military and firemen* cats-militart
HORSE EQUIPMENTS, Leather Gun Cases, Oame
and Shot Bag*. Cartridge Boxes, Belt*. Scabbard* and Knsp
sack*. All the above article*. Wholesale and R-tail at liberal
price*,?also, Pranks, Values, Carpet bags, Hit Boxes and
every thing in hi* line of business.
HENRY 9 OR ATACAP,
363 Broadway, between While and Walker street*.
N. B. Companies about forming, both Military and Firemen,
cau b* furnished with Cap* at the shortest notice. my 143m*
CORSETS READY MADE, ami made to order, in any
style of faney, warranted to fit.
Corset hand* wanted?none need apply but good hand*?to
?uch, constant employment will bo given. Apply at
MRS. WHITNEY'S,
my24-lw Corset warahoutr, 1 <14 Division ?t.
Hoots boots, boots at walker * revs,
206 Canal street, corner of Hudson sit eel.?Just received
6110 pairs of gents' summer dress hoot*, the handsomest article
that ha* heen offered In the public, wilhileel and brass plalrs
on the heel*, price* f 1.26, fll 60 and >3 per pair. Gents' gait
er* and high eul walking shoes, from yi to fi'l 60 per pair, a
fashionable article suitaule for hot weather. I.adiet', misses'
and rhlldrvn's boot*, buskin shoes, of all rotors, sort*, sires and
fa-luons, pri, r* MV., 7^. and $1 per pair. Genie' French and
native call shin botlsA.im f t to fl* ,W |ier pair. Bays'and
children'* hoot* Doiff ousliike VV ?!k- i -. ? M anal ?lreel. '
corner Hudson, and M6, the new ?toi ?tlreeuwieh street, or Ihe
eld stand*, 226 and 230. ? rtr ^ |my'J4 lm*
R. GRAHAM'S TUSCAN AN1) STRAW HAT
MAKtT A UTO R Y, NO. DIVISION iTRI.CT.
RflKAHAM, Ladies' Tuscan, English and French Straw
? Hat Manufacturer, beg* to inform the public, that he ha*
ou hand, a large assortment of Tuscan and English braid Bon
net*, from the coarsest to the Guest qualities, manufactured in
a manner that cenaot be excelled by any in the city for color
and elegance nf shape. He especially invites the attention of the
ladies to the new Swiss Cottage-shaped Bonnet, which is the
most elegant that can be imagined, and only nee<!s to be seen to
be admired; also Leghorns in every variety. All the above are
warranted to he imported, and to clean well, and may be pur
chased by the tingle hat or case at reasonable prices.
Always on hand and made to order, all kind* of silk, honey
comb, shirred and framed millinery Bonnets, made up according
to tlie latest fashions ami in the urntcst manner. A general
assortment of Uibhon* and Artificial Flowers, of choice selec
tion and every variety. Orders from the country punctually
attended to.
Mrs. Graham continues to clean, bleach and alter old Tuscaa
and Straw Hats of every description, in her well known elegant
style. Mrs. G. thinks that her style of bleeching cannot be
surpassed, she having been constantly engaged in the bleeahing,
pressing, and manufacture of straw lor the last fourteen years.
ih Scotland and this city. She has discovered n new process of
blenching, by which the color of the oldest hat is made to look
as white as when new, without the least injury to the straw,
aud leaving no smell of snlphur Leghorn hats cut, pressed
mid trimmed in the latest fashion my 14-1mdAW*
CHEAP CASH CLOTH STORE, ~
At No. 30 Maiden Lane,
fjfj- WHERE may be foaud, by the niece or yard, a tupe
nor assortment of hue and low priced Broadcloths, Habit
CloUis, Cassimeres. Summer Stuffs, Velvets, Vesting*, Trim
mings, Ac. Itc. Ths subscriber will offer the ahove at very
low prices for cash, in order to dispose of his entire stock pre
vious to August neit, as he will then he obliged to remove Irons
hi* present stand. indS-Sna ISAAC T. T HAVER.
ML N'S.YOUTH'S VNDCHILU k e n s clothi nu"
The subscribers aeep constantly on hand, a very large
assortment of Ready Made Clothing, suited to every age ssnd
sjxe, which will be sold at low prices for Cash.
ah 3m* GEO. A. HOVT A CO., 14 Bowery.
PREMIUM CHILDREN'S CLOTHING.?GEORGE A.
HOYT A CO., No. 14 Bowery, have on hand an extensive
assortment of fashionably mad* (ehildreu's Clutliing, (sampD*
of which obtained the premium at the recent fair,) which they
are disposed to sell very cheap for Cash, either at wholesale or
retail. a6-3m*
GENTLEMEN'S
CAMT OFF CLOTHING
BSVSIft, AND TMVC VL'Li. VALUE OITBN IN CASH, WT
H. LEVETT, 14 Duane st., 3 doors from William.
fj&- KNOWING there are persons who make a great puff
in their advertisements for Cast Off Clothing, Ac. Ac. and who
in many cases do not give the full value for the same,?H. L.
will assure those gentlemen who may have such articles by
them, and who may send for him, of receiving the very utmost
value in CASH for every article.
N. B.?A line through the post office or otherwise, to the
above address, will meet with due attention. my?l-6w*
TO DRV GOODS JOBBERS. STOKE KEEPERS, MAN
UFACTURER8, Ac.
CARDS of every description, either Cop]>?rplate or
Letter Press, executed in a superior style on favorable terms.
Just received an assortment of Plain and Ornamental Type,
expressly for Card and Circular printing. Sjwcimeas 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 furnishing their
own Card Plates can have them printed on the latest and most
approved fashionable style of Cards, at short notice. Just re
ceived a superior lot of Porcelain Cards, expressly for Visiting
and WeddingCqyds, which for whiteness and brilriaucv of pol
ish cannot be excelled.
SILVER PLATED DOOR PLATES, the silver plate of
which is uncommonly thick, with the improved Brunze Edges.
Brass Door and Number Dates, Seals, Ac. Ac.
VALENTINE'S
Fashionable Card, Engraving, and Printing Establishment,
slP-ln* 60 Jehn street, corner of William.
WINDOW III INI) MANUFAt TORY.
THE subscriber respectfully begs to inform the public, that
he has constantly on hand a large and elegant assortment
of every description of the painted transparent washable win
dow shades, coB.istiug of Italian and other landscapes, Diaphi
nous, Chinese, Architectural and Fancy Blinds, which he can
confidently recommend for their beauty, strength and great du
rability, as they have bcra known, with common care to last
from ten tofourtern year*. The prices of the shades, iucluding
cords, tassels, rack, pullies, and fitting* l>r windows, complete,
vary from $7 aud upwards, per pair. Blind* painted and fitted
t? order, by applying to GEORGE PLATT, 13 Spruce si.
N. B. Country dealers snpplied w ith blinds and blind fittings
ml 0-3ii *y
QAKSAPAR1LLA PORTER?A new and healthy ber7
IJ rage.?This porter is manufactured by the subscribers from
ingredient* perfeetly inoffensive, there bring no aareotic used
in the composition. It combines an agreeable tome, with no
?Iterative, admirably calculated to invigorate and produce a
healthy action throughout the system.
The most delicate can ns<- it without the poseibjlity of cre
ating *h asiiw excitement, nt the same time derive all the ad
vantages from it* Iwuc properties that can be obtained from
the best London porter.
The Sarsapanlln (introduced into the porter) has long been
celebrated as a renovator of the system, purifying Ih* blood,
I eradit atmg cutaneous disease., Ac.
For a summer beverage for health it is believed that this
porter it unsurpassed by any article ever offered to the public
it being hfchly carbonated and very grateful te tlie palate.
Fur tale by the grots or dozen, by
WHITING A B ABCOCK, 31 Liberty at.
N. B. Delivered in any part of the eily.
We have made trial of the Srnsaparilla Porter manufhetumd
and told by Messrs. Win ling A Bahcock, and lure found it a
eery lively and pleasant beverage.
kromthe ingredient* which enter into its composition, we
believe that it will be found a wholesome and refreshing drink,
and tree Irom the unpleasant consequences which follow tlie
use of strong beer and porter.
ALFRED C. POST m. D.
J. II. BORROWE M. D.
GILBERT SMITH, M. D.
WILLIAM N. BLAKEMAN, M. D.
rayS-lm' E. MEAD, M. D.
'p HE Pt'BLIC are rant! respectfully invited by Messrs. L.
X I. HKAI.S A < O. to direct a moment's atlenti in to a fsw
words in favor of their admirable Hair Restorative.
This invaluable compound has not been ushered to tlie world
wi|h tlie flourish of quacktry and imposition?it needs no facti
tious charnrier to introduce it to notire, aud In bring it into
use, which the discerning part of community will well appreci
ate. Ami it claims no consult ratisu that it does not merit, on
account of qualities really possessed, the proofs of which are
innumerable, and satisfactory to the most prejudiced, who will
examine into them for themselves at the office of the proprte
tors, No. IB4 Broadway.
H?als' Hair Restorative, it a preserver and improver of the
hair, rendering it soft and beautiful, and when the hair has
fallen from the human head, leaving the heir /Am, or the head
bald, the faithful application of it will infallibly restore a new
suit in all its natural luxurianrr and beauty.
The price* are one dollar per boltl', and three dollars per
jar. For tale at wholesale ami retail, by
L. I. HEALS A CO. 1(1 Broadway.
N B.?Retailers allowed liberal profits
Aokhx*.?J. D. Moore, 113 t'besnut st.. Philadelphia ; A.
Snyder, Troy. N. Y.; Geo. Oates, agent for North Carolina and
Georgia; Messrs. Pollard A Green, 39 Chartres ?tr?et. New
Orleans; Hanningtou Ilinhley, Rucksport, Hancock Co. Msiim;
C. < arlton A Co., St. Paul street, Montreal, L. Canada, Peter
Righter. r.'Ug'ikerpsir, N. Y.i James lugolt, Uticn, N. V.; Al
len C. Warner. Paterson. N. Jersev ; John True*. Newark, N.
J-rsey, Weils A Humphrey, Hartford, Conn., R. II. Coleman
A Co., Druggists, 133 Market street, Baltimore) Mil.; Seymour
A Macy, Hudson, Columbia Co. N. Y.; Robert 8. Patterson
Penn Avenue, Washington, D. C, mff-y
1?* NORA VINOS.?A. LOWE hu Ju?t rfiuiwi fron L*i
PJ <lon with an immrnw aaaortmrat of Kugrac ingr and Litho.
grapha, by lire moat eminent arliata, of ererr" deaeriptina, from
an luch tqiiare to the largert n?e, and from I7J eente per dnttn
to tereral Hollar? each. Aa inspection of tba tame it re?prt.
fully inrited, aa the atoch includes ?ereral new engrainies which
bare not been before in thu counter. AL f.X. LOWE,
Hrpoaitory offline Arts,Hd Canal street,
aarH-lm* near Broadway,
NEW YORK BAZAAR
Far Plnla aarf Fancy Paper Ratra af all
? moa a!*o mta, ir truer rrrtt, awn ron art
Liar, or nwamraa
l'JI Faltaa ? ? reel.
Three doore from Nassau
arw ron*
OlJ" City and country aerchanta will find conatantlr a rerj
arge atock hand. They can be accommodated at abort no
tice to any ante or any quantity they please; al<?. by shipping
them in ao profitable a packing aa may be deaired to any pnrt ol
America.
Real genuine Cologne Water, imported from Oermany, of a
moat superior quality?will satisfy eeery purchaser,
sceieeo by
Alio, juat receierd by late arrirula, a tine lot of
COI.OKKD AND NARRLB PAPKR.
?f the m at beautiful pattern". myll-y
OIL Ob VITRIOL, All'UArORTlR, Ac.-AII kind* of
aeida, Mich ac Muriatic, Dipp'ng, Nitric, Aquafortis, Du
pier, arid Oil of Vitriol, constantly on hand ami for sale in
all quantifier, by LKWIf KKU( HTWANORR,
my17 y 7 Gold atrert.
uTkrior*i.kr.ciir.n. PHOfiPHoIui and dia.
_ MONI) CKMKNT ? The abore articlea constantly on
hand, and for sale, tin all quantities, at rery reamnnhle pricea.
by LEWIS FltJOHTW ANGER,
m)27y 7 Gold street.
AkiIm Sale*.
NEW YORK TATTER8ALLS?Tho
regular tale* by auction, at this wall known es
tablishment, ol Horse*, Carriage*, kc., eouta
li ur to take place oa every Monday, at It
o'clock, throughout the year.
The next regular sale will take plane on Monday, June 3rd
at 11 o'clock, commencing with Carriages, Harness, kc., and at
13 o'clock the sale of Horses will commence.
Oentlemea having Horses to dispose ef, are requested M
make early application, so as to secure a geod number ea the
Catalogue, n* an hone can be offered at auction unless register
ed time fur a number on the catalogue, for whish purpose th?
I resister will be kept open till Saturday, 1st Jane, at 6 P fti<
OEO. W. MILLER,
Successor to J. W. Watson, 446 Breeihcay
P. 8. At private Sals.?On* pair of rery fins black horses, 9
do do bay horses; 4 very fine single horses.
_ Also?Carriage* and harnesses, among them a very handsosad
imported Cabriolet, belonging to His Excellency the Miniate?
of r ranee, suld ouly as he is leaving tlis United States.
??-y o. w. m.
JAIIIlS BLEECKEK, Auctioneer.
EXTENSIVE SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE*
On Soventh aud Eighth Avenues, and on 31st, 33d, 33d ami
34t'i Streets, belonging to the late Hrnrv Ecklord Esa
JAMES BLEECKEH k CO. will sell at Auction,'oTthu?
day, 30th May, at 13 o'clock at their sale* room, No. 39
Broad street, corner of Exchange Dace, the following valuahba
properly, belonging to the estate of the late Henry Lckford,
Esq., viz: No. 1 to 13, being street lets, and Na. 13 to 31, av^
uue lot*.
STREET LOTS.'
First?16 lots, No. 1 to 17, as per map, on the south side of
91st street, between 6th and 7tk avenues: 16 of the lots being
each 25 feet by 96 feet 9 inches, No. 1 being irregular, and Na.
14 not included.
Second?24 lots, No. 19 to 41, each 36 feet by 96 feet, 9 inches,
contiguous to each other, sa the south side of 91st street, be
tween 7th and 8th avenues.
Third?24 lots. No. 43 to 65, oa the south side of 23d straet,
between 7th aad sth avenues, of the same dimensions, and m tha
rear of the la.-t described.
Fourth?16 lots, No. 66 (o 81,on the south side of 33d street,
between 6th and 7th avenues, 15 of the lots being of the sum*
dimensions, aud iu th rear of the first mentioned lats, No. 81
being irregular.
Filth?14 lots. No. 83 to 95, on the north side of 33d street,
between 6th and 7 th avenues, 13 ?f the lots of the same dimen
sions, No. 93 irr< gular, and No. 83 a gore 1st.
Sixth?34 lots No. 96 to 119. on the north side of 38d street,
between 7th and Sth aveuues, of the same dimensions.
Seventh?24 lots, No. 130 to 143, on the south side of 33rd
street, betweeu 7th and Sth avenues, of the same dimen
sions.
Eighth?13 lots. No. 144 to 154, on the south tide of 33d st,
between 6th and 7th avenues, 11 of the lots of the same dimen
sions, No. 155 irregular, and in the rear of Not. 82 and 96.
Ninth?10 lots, No. 156 to 165,on the north tide of 33d street,
between 6th and 7th avenues; 9 af the lots of the tame dimen
sions. No. 156 irregular.
Tenth?34 lots. No. 166 to 199, on the north side of 23rd.
street, between 7th aud 8lh avenues, of the tame dimension*
Eleventh?24 lots, No. 190 to 313, on the south tide of 24tk
street, between 7th and 8th avennrt, of the same dimensions.
Twelfth?9 lots, Nc. 214 to 322, on th* south side of 34th st.,
between 6th and 7th aveuues; 8 of the lot* of the tame dimen
sions, No. 332 irregular.
AVENUE LOTS.
Thirteenth?8 lots, No. 293 to 230, oa the east tide of 7th
avenue, between 23J aud 24th streets, each 34 feet 8 inches by
100 feet.
Fourteenth? 8 lots. No. 231 to 338, on tha same side of7tk
avenue, betweeu 22nd to 23rd streets, of the same dlmen
tions.
Fifteenth?Slots, No. 239 to 346, on the tame tide and ave
nue, betweeu 21tl and 23nd streets, of th* tame dimen
sions.
Sixteenth?8 lots, No. 247 to 254, on the west side ef 7th
avenue, between 31>t and 22nd streets, of the tame dimen
sions.
Seventeenth?8 lots, No. 356 to 262, on the tame tide and
avenue, between 22nd and 33rd streets, of the same dimen
sions.
Eighteenth?8 lots, No. 363 to 370, on the tame side and ave
nue, between 23d and 24lh streets, of Oie tame dimeatsont.
Nineteenth?8 lots, No. 271 to 278, of irregular dimensions,
forming partly a triangular shape, ene lot forming in part aside
fronton 31st street, and 2 of the lots, Nos. 377 and 378, fronting
on Sth avenue and 23d street.
Twentieth- Blots, No. 379 to 386, oa the east side of Sth
avenue, each 34 f?et 8 inches by 100 feet, between 33d and 33d
streets.
Twenty-first?8 lots. No. 287 to 391, on the same side and
avenue, between 23i and 24th streets, of the same dimen
sion*.
The sale will be peremptory, and the terms accommo
dating.
Ei cry lot put up will be told without reserve to the higlseet
bidder.
Lithographic maps can be obtained at the sales room of Us*
auctioneer.
Terms?10 percent of the purchase money to be paid on tho
day of sale, 15 per cent on delivery of the deeds, th? balanoo
MS remain on soud and mortgage.
See sp-ciul advrriisensrat, signed MARION ECKFORD,
Executrix.
O. O. IRVINO, )
J. E. DEKAY, 1 - .. .
F. R. TILLOU, [ K,wutow
CHAS. P. CLINCH,J
my!6-13t (No. 1ft) ? ?'<
FUR SALE AT AUCTION?On Tuesday, the 4lh da
of June, 1939, at I 2 o'clock at noon, at the auction room
of Mr?ir?. James Blee< kcr It Co., No. 30 Broad street, in Um
city of New York?on* hundred uiid thirteen lota of land, situ
ate in the Twelfth Ward, hounded on, and adjacent to, the 4tH
Avenue and the Harlem Hirer, and betwe?n the new fren
Bridge and the old Harlem Bridge, aa will appear by the nap
at the office aforesaid.
These lot* of laud are hounded by atreeta already regulated.
The Railroad CM* pass through and stop apposite them. Dwel
ling houses an J manufactories are rising rapidly around theea
lots, tlieir situation being highly favorable, at the junction of
the New York and Albany and the Harlem Railroads, and la
the immediate vicinity ?f the Harlem Hirer, now made navi
gable by the opening of the draws on the two bridges, thr >ugh
which pass ?loop?, schooners and other craft daily plying to and
Irotn the ( rotou Water Works. The water in the rirer in
front of tins property bring of a depth of 33 feet at low water
mark, and of a width that wrll admit vessels of any site to ndn
at their anchors iml lie in safety at the bulk-he.d, affords a posi
tion for the carrying on all sorts of business, and ie of much
importance in point of cheapness and diapatcb to the eo?
mere# of the city.
Lithographic maps will be furnished.
The lots are situited as follows :
9 lots fronting 139th street, midway brtwrea 3rd and 4th
Avenues, and mApnuiag Mr. Btephruson** Railroad Car manu
factory.
13 lots ?n 139th street, opposite the abnve and other mnau
factories.
8 lota fronting the 4th Arenas and lying between 139th u4
130th streets.
13 lots fronting I JOth street; south side 100 feet from lha
4th Avenue ami between it Mid the llarleav River
4 lots at the corner of the 4th Avenue and 130th street,
south comer.
4 lots at the comer of the 4th Avenue and 130th street, north
corner
19 lots on 130th street, north side, aaJ between the 4th Av
enue an<> the 3lh Avenue,
18 lots on 131st street, south side, 900 feet from the 4th Arn
nue, and ruuniag towards the Mh Avenue.
8 lots front iug the 4th Avenue, lay tug between 131st and 139m
streets.
10 lots fronting 133d street, 100 feet from the 4th Avenue,
and thence towards the river.
4 latv fronting I39d street, 100 feet from the 4th A venae.
113 Lots-Total.
The Harlrm Railroad cars running at all hours to this ?ro
wieh ta
perty, will afford facility to those gentlemen wlio may
view the same without murh less ol lime or of esamae.
For further information, apply at the Auction Room, No. 39
I IIARI
Broad street, or to f HAmLRB llkNRl HALL
May 13, IH30. [e?y18-l7tis] t Harb m
ft/-" LARUE SALE OP REAL ESTATE.?The alien
tion iff the public i* t?IW to the Mlr*on)in?r) lale of Real Es
tate. (eo?*i?iitit of the Arcade, the City Hotel, aad mm) large,
?ithatmnt?*) ?ml riluaMe private granite built dwelling h?>u*e*^
i* tli* city of New l>rir^?e. SYLVESTER k CO, of ink
Broadway, arc appmuiew tl?e ag?nt? for the I ran,action of tbe
bueiocM. TbiH grmiernen will hare great pleasure in com
muuira i?e trrry required information on th? *nhject
milt Im*
COLLEt TION8 on nil pnrta of the L'nitrd State*. < *nn?
da*, and Europe, made on the lowed term*, at
S. J. SYLVESTER'S,
n?? J"< IM Broad way and M Wall it
O \ l.\ EHTK. It'H Reporter ?iul ( ounterfnl Detector. peh>
O Ittbed for the la*t l? year*, containing account* of *e?*rn
new counterfeit*, and for tale at
8 J. SYLVESTER'S,
?yU ISO Brxnleu and 11 Wall ,L
BILLS OF EJH MANOE. payable on all part* I ??rent
Britain and Ireland, in mum of ?5, to nny amount, for *ato
at S. J. SYLVESTER'S,
my9l\ ISO Broadwwr and M WaH*t.
NcI^RREVT HOlliyi)??MM
8 J. SYLVESTER S
U
my lA IM Broadway and U Wall ?L
WOLFBORtV, BUterille, hu*i. YVindtur, FnlMS, Kt'by?
and ail other unenrrent kait rn bill*, bon?hl at the be*4
rate, by SYLVESTER fc < 0.
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