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?.* MONDAY MORNING, JUNE IT, 1839. TRANSATLANTIC MTK4M MHIP CO. NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL. The steam ship LIVER POOL, 1160 tons burthen and 468 horse power, R. J. Fatpkm, R. N., commander, m appointee' to sail as follows : From New York. From Liverpool. 18th May. 30th April. 6th July. 13th June. 24lh August. 1st August. 19th October. 31st September. 14th December. 16th November. Fare to Liverpool, thirty five guineas ($163 33) in the aft, aud thirty guineas ($140) in the lore saloon, including wines and all stores. No second class passengers taken. Children wider 13 and servants half price, h An experienced surgeon accompanies this ship. For passage or freight, apply personally or by letter to al8 ABM. BELL St CO. Agents, 117 Fulton st.. N. Y. BUITI?H AIVD AU1.KICA!V MTJKAJ1 NAVIGATION CO?IP\N*. NEW YORK TO LONDON. The Steam shin BRITISH QUF.K.N, Lieut. Richard Rob erts, R. N.,commander.?This splendid Steam-ship, burthen 2016 tons, and 600 horse power, will sail from London on the 39lh of June, and Portsmouth on 1st of Jul*. The days appointed for her departure from this port for Loudon, are 1st August, 1st October, and 1st December. The rate of passage is fixed as follows:? Saloon, - ? 36 guineas, or $163 33 Lower state rooms, - 30 guineas, or $140 00 Fore saloon, - - 30 guineas, or $88 00 Children, under 14 years, half price. For freight, (of which this ship will take 600 tons,) or pa? sgge, apply to WADS WORTH & SMITH, 4 Jones' Lane, rear 103 Front street, Agents of the Br. 8i Am. Steam Nay. Co. An experienced Surgeon will be attached to the ship. Plans of the cabins may be seen at the office of the consignees. jeS-y FOR POUUHKKEPS1K LuSlt at 'Grassy Point, Caldwell's, Cold Spring, Fish 'kill, Hamburgh, and Milton. The new and splendid steamboat OSEOLA, Capt. A. De proot, will leave New York from ll e foot of Chambers street every afternoon (Sunday excepted) at 4 o'clock. Returning, leave Punchkeepeie, from near the fpot of Main street, every morning (Sunday excepted) at 7 o'clock. Landing at the old state's prison, foot Amos street, each way. For passage, apply on board, or of CROOK It FOWKES, my23-7m Corner West and Liberty sts. NEWARK AND NEW YORK?Three "tripe per day from each place.?The new and ?splendid steamboat PASSAIC, Capt. P. W. Martin, on and after Thursday, May 9th, will run between Newark and New York, making three trips a day from each place, and leave as follows:? Centre wharf, Newark,) j From foot of Barclay st. N. Y 6| o'clock A. M. I 8) o'clock A. M. 10* M I 12} P. M. 3 - | J) Ou Sundays the Passaic will run and leave Centre wharf, Newark, 7} o'clock A. M. 3 ? P. M. Font of Barclay St., N. York, 10 o'clock A. M. 6 " P. M. The Passaie will land at Bergen Point ou her 6} and 3 o'clock trips down, and 1} and 6) o'clock trips up. On Sundays she will land on her passage down and up each trip. Fare to Newark, 18} cts. Berg?n Point, 12jcts. The steamer Passaic is remarkanle for speed; performing the distance in from 1J to 1} hours each trip. Ladies will find (hit route very pleasant and particularly advantageous, as the inconvenience of changing from car to ferry boat with baggage is avoided. Goods and freight taken ou reasonable terms, but only at the risk of the owners. mv23y SOUTHKRS DA fLY MAIL LINE lor Norfolk, Charleston, 8. C.. Petersburg, and Richmond.?The steamboats ALABAMA, KENTUCKY,and JEWESS, all boats of speed and accommo dation, will commence running daily on the first April, between Baltimore, Norfolk, aud Portsmouth, leaving the lower eud of Spear's wharf every afternoon at 3 o'clock, ur immediately af ter the arrival of the cars from Philadelphia, and will arrive next morning at Portsmouth in time for the cars for Wilming Son, and thence steamboats to Charleston. Keturniug will leave Portsmouth every day after the ears arrive from the South, and teach Baltimore next morning in time for the cars for Phila delphia. These boats run in connection with the well known steam packets Georgia and Sonth Carolina which leave Norfolk every Saturday for Charleston, giving travellers a choice. They also run in connection with the James Ri*rr boats to Peters burg and Richmond. Strangers are informed (old travellers know) that litis ia the cheapest and most comfortable route for sonthern travellers, as there are no changes from ears, steam boats, and stages iv the dead nf uight, as on the Washington route. The company therefore hope the travelling part of the community will patronise them, iu giving ripial facilities and ?aperinr comfort. Passage and fare to Norfolk, $9. JOHN W. CROWN, ?M-tf Agent. v rr>* Bh " FARE REDUCED."-" Nl n^ ^^VoLY.?Ptaple'e Sew Line for Sewpart and Ft evidence.??'?bin FARE REDUCED."?" NO MONO Rotten, via ' Sewpm t and Providence.?I abin pav*agr oar dollar?Deck fifty The Heamer LEXINGTON, Capl. Vanderbilt, will leave New York for Newport an.I Provi dence. om Sutardav, tlie iftth inat., at A o'clock, P. M, fr?m Pier No. 4 North River. Freignl taken it 4 ctuts per foot For Airther information apply on board. The engine, boilcrt and hall nl the aborr boat have been put IB complete order, and Ike public map rtit amrdllit Ibare will be no rat mg practiced, ll being entirely unne.eitary to am loin her well eat thliahed repntation for epeed. The regular dava for the Leaiuaton to leave New York will be Wrdneadaya ?ad Saturday!.until further notice. a4 8m NIGHT LINE. PEOPLE'S LINE FOR ALBANY? 'landing at the intermediate landing!.- The ?new and elegant vtramhoat U T I C A. Captain If. H. Trueadrll, will leave the Hteamtioat I'ier, foot of CoartUndt atreet, on Monday afternoon, June 17th, at ft ?'clock. For peerage or freight, apply to CROOKE k FOWKS, Comer of Wr?l and Liberty ata, of P. C. SHUI.TZ. at tlie office, or the Captain on board. N. B.? All good*, freight, baggage, bonk billa, aperie, or any other kind of property. Jak> n only at the rirk of the owner* thereof. myW-7m INDEPENDENT OPPOSmON LINE FOR ALBANY, and intermediate placet? 1 Fare $1.?Fare ta ('aldwell'a. lit cenia. The new and aplendid ateamboat KOSf IU8KO, ( apt. D. Haywood, will leave the foot of Robinact atreet, neat above Barclay, on Satorday morning June Iftth. at 7 o'clock, lauding at the Old Stale Priaon wharf. For freight or paaeage, apply on board,or lo HAWKINS k WILLIAMSON, No. 97 Wrtt atreet. Thia boat haa no eoanetinn with any other line on lh' River, and appeala >o a geiteroue publie to Mi-tain her in the pcaition ?he hoa token againvt a combined monopoly. Regular ctaya?Tue*daya, Thuradaya and Saturday! from New York, and Mondaya, Wedneadaya and Fridaya from Albany. JaJ.y PEOPLE'S LINE FOR ALBANY. Landing at the u*ual landiegv?The new and 'commorlio i- rteambnat ROCH ESTER. Cap tain A. P St. John, will leave the ateamboat pier, foot of Coartlandt atreet, on Saturday morning, June Iftth, at 7 ehlntft For the better accommodation of the tip-town paaaengrrv, t)u? boat will land at the old State Priaon Wharf, font of Ham niond atreet. j For freight or pa??age, apply to CROOK k FOWKF.S, eor ner of Weal and Liberty atreeta; PETER C. 8CHULTZ, at the office, or the Captaia on board. All gooda. freight! bank billa. apecie, or any other kind of property, taken or ahipped on board of tkia boat moat be at the riak of tne owner* thereof. N B. For the better accommodation of the up town paa. aengero, thia boat will land at the Old Priaon Wherf, foot of Hammond *t root. my93-7m EXCURSION T(? KEVTORT % "777 aey, near,Middletnwn Paint, c? unty of Mon mouth.? The new and elegant Steamboat WAVE, Captain Oliver Vanderhilt, will commence making Eiriiraiuna to Keypnrt every Sunday, by leaving the foot of Rieington etreel, F.aal River, at S o'clock, A. M . the foot of K'ing atreet, North River, at *i, and the foot of Ve?ey atreet, rth River, at 9 o'clock. A. M Sto|iping at Fort Hamilton, Long laland, and Segoio'a Dock, Siaten laland. near Prineea Bay Lighthouae; an<l on returning, will leave Kiyport at 8 o'clock. Segoin'a Dock 8}, nod Fort Hamilton Dock ai ft o'eloek, F. M. Fare, 96 ceata eaeh way. a#-8m* ^REGULAR MAIL LINE FOR BOSTON. Daily, (Snndaya rveci.trd) at ft P M., from Battery Hare, Pier No. I. North River, via. Stoningion. Newport. and Providence. Steamer* Mom ehuae'ta. Hapk C.omatock ; Providence, ( apt. Woolaey ; Nar lar mrll.i apt. Child. The aleimer PKOVIDENCF,, Cant Wnolaey, will leave It i? afternoon Monday 17th, at ft o'eWh, and (he MASSA CHUSETTS, t'apt in C.imtlork, Tomorrow P**aengere, on the arrival of the atramer* at Stoning ton, may take tlie Railroad vara and proceed with the mail immediately lo Roa on, or m?y continue m the ateamer, via Newport, and take the Railroad eara at Providvaee (or Boatan. ?yd 0m Regular days of leaving New York thia montk, Wednesdays and Saturdays. FARE REDUCED TO THREE DOLLARS. NO MONOPOLY. NEW LINE FOR BOSTON, VIA NEWPORT AND PROVIDENCE. The new, elegant, ami fast sailing steamer 'JOHN W. RICHMOND. Captain Wm. H. 'Townseud. will leave for tlie above places, o? Wednesday uext, at ft o'clock, froin Pier No. ft North River. For further information, apply to JNO. H. RICHMOND, Agent, J at the office on the wharf, lers may be assured that this boat will not race with any boat that may be- put against her, but will proceed on her route as if uo other boat was in company. jt3-6m EXCURSION TO THE FISHING BANKS.?The owners of the splendid steam boat NEPTUNE, at the solicitation of seve ral of their friends, have consented to give a few parties ot pleasure during the summer months. She will leave tlie feot of Seventh street, E. R.. on WED NESDAY MORNING, 19th June, (weather permitting,) at half past 7 o'clock, touching at the east side of Catharine Slip at 9 o'clock, and pier No. 1, North River, at half past 8 o'clock, A. M., for the Fishing Banks, returning in the afternoon. Single tickets $2. Ticket to admit a Gentleman and Lady, $3, dinners included. A person on board will provide Lines and Bait. For tickets apply to f'apt. Penuoyer, on board, or to WETM02E .BENEDICT k CO., 99 Front street. Should the weather prove unfavorable, the Neptime will go the first fair day. QQ- The " Sunday Morning News" will please insert the above. je!4-4tfcW FOR LIVERPOOL.?New Line?Regular 1'acket of the 2*th June.?The elegant Packet Ship GAR RICK, Capt. A. P. Palmer, of 1000 tons, will sail as above. For freight or passage, having accommodations unequalled for splendor and comfort, apply on board at Orleans Wharf, foot of Wall sL, or to E. K. COLLINS & CO., MS South st. The Packet Shir ROSCIU8, 1100 tons, Capt. Collins, will succeed the Garrica, and sail on thn Sftlh July. my 27-y FOR LIVERPOOL.?The very line coppered and copper fastened -hip HIBERNIA, Edward B. Cobb, master, will sail for Liverpool in a few days. Tbe accommodations for passengers is superior to any ship in the Liverpool trade, and terms moderate; tkoss proceeding can have letters of eredit, and drafts payable at sight, in any cnun ty town in Ireland. England, Scotland and Wales, on tbe fol lowing banking houses, via:? Ou Loudon?Messrs. Prescott; Grote, Ames A Co., Bankers. ?* Liverpool?the Bank of Liverpool. " Scotland?the Commercial Bank. " Ireland?the Royal Bank of Ireb.nd, Dublin. Apply to ROCHE, BROTHERS 8t CO., jeft -Jw*kltW 87 Sou' h street, N. York. FOR HAVRE.?The French brig CELEST1NE -Capt Henry, has nearly all her cargo engnged and will *be promptly dispatched. For freight, auply to BOYD k HINCKEN, je7-y 9 Tontine Building*. HAVRE PACKETS.?(Second Line.)?The Ship ERIE, E. Funk. Master, will sail on the 1st Jnly. BOYI) k HINCKEN, Agents. No. 9, Tontine Building. FOR GALVESTON, TEXAS.?(Norton's Line.) The beautiful coppered and copper fastened Schooner ROMP, Grant, Master, will commence loading on Monday, and be despatched in a few days. For freight or pascage having splendid accommodations hoD for cabiu and steerage, apply to B. H. NORTON, jcl6-3t* Texas Agency, 14 Tontine Huilding. VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR 9A LE.?Tbe Sub J&. scriber will dispose of ftO acres of Land, in the village of Jamaica, Long Island. It is most conveniently loca ted. It w ill be sold entire or in lots to suit purchasers. If not privately disposed of by the 17th of June, it will be fold at auc tion, in ifive acre lots, on that day. The dwelling house and out buildings with ten acres attached, will be for rent or sale. It possesses every comfort and convenience that a gentleman can desire. The title is umpiesi inuable, and it is very rare that pro perty of this character is in the market. ALEXANDER L. BOTTS, my27-tf Jamaica, L. 1. OMR PRICE II;IT HTOKE. BROWN & CO.'S HATS, lor cheapness anil durability, are not surpassed by any heretofore offered. They combine all the requisite qualities of the more costly lor color, lightness, dura bility and lustre, at the reduced price of $3. Their sales are lor cash, which precludes the necessity of charging the good customer for loss iucurred by the bad. The public arc insitrd to 11amiue their Hats at BROWN * CO.'S wholesale and re tail warehouse, No 178 Chatham Square, corner of Mott St., New York. /fc EXTRA MOLESKIN HATS.?Those who hire AV paid $4 in Broadway for a Moleskin Hat, and those who hare paid f 3 for a long nap Silk, should look at HOW ELL'S M lr.kiii Hats, sold at the low fitrd price of $3. No man should pay $3 for a hat, vr even $3, for a heavy long nap silk hat, while the present quality of Howell's is sold for $3. The price is lied, there is therefore un disagreeable par ley between the buyer and seller. O. HOWELL, 310 Chatham Square, up stairs, jeU-lm* Late of the Arm of Brown It Co. NEW OPPOSITION STOKE ? Great bar gains in Boots and Shoes at the new store of the subscriber, 184 Canal, below Varick and Hudson street?first boot an.! shoe store west of Varick street. The public are in formed that there they can find a mammoth assortment of all the different hnds, colon, and sizes of ladies', gen'lemen's, and children^ boots, shoes and slippers. Gentlemen's French and American male of gaiters, at the low price of $3,30 the pair, and warranted, and all the different kinds of $'1 and 30s. bouts of the most fashionable style and all sites at No. 184 and 334 Canal street. JAMES WIGGINS. N.B. No insulting and calling of i u>turners froin the street allowed at this store. Be particular of the number. 184 is over the door. jelAlm* O0OD NEWS. Old Boss Richards* Cn?of 340 Canal st, have opened their fashionable mammoth Boot and Shoe Slur* through to Greenwich st, with a good en trsnee in Qrertiwich st,one door from Canal, well calculated for ladies, misses and children. Their assortments and fashions are not equalled, and prices low. 340 Canal street, siga of the largest Bool in the wor'd. jel-lm* If" ^ BOOTH, BOOTS, BOOTS. AT WALKER "fl? * CO.'S. 300 Canal st,eor. of Hudson st.?Just re ceived 800 pairs of gents'summer dress boots, the handsomest article that has been offered to th* public, svith steel and brass plates on the heels, priees $3.38. $3 AO and $3 per pnir. Gents' meter* and high cut walking shoes,from $3 to $3.30 per pair a fashionable article suitable for hoi weather. Ladies', misses' and children's boots, bu-bm shoes, nf all colors, sorts, sites and fashions, prices 40c., 7Ae. and $1 per pair. Gents' French and native calf skin boots, from $4 to $3 50 per pair. Boys' and children's hoots. Dont mistake. Walker's, 306 Canal street. Comer Hudson, and 334, the new stoi * Greeavrieh street, or the old stands, 336 and 330. my34-lm* JI it UN L?t)V LE, BOOKSELLER respectfully informs the I public that he has removed his wholesale and retail cheap Bowk Establishing nt from No. 364 Pearl street to No. 306 Broad way, second house above Dunne street. He has on hand a very extensive and valuable stock, embracing some of the best work in every department ef literature and science, which he sells for cash, at prices much lower than any other bookseller. He has many rare and antique books, which he will be constantly addiug to by the purchase of nil kinds of aid, carious, and scarce works. Gentlemen having books to dispose of, either in large eollec lionn, small parrels, or even a single volume, will Ana a ready purchaser, for cash, by applying to him. jeft Im*w4t* Military and firemen's caps-militahi IIOIIHE F.qUirMENTB, Leather Gun I atet, Gams sad Shot Bap, Cartridge Botes. Belts. Heabbsrd* and Knap sacks. All the above articles. Wholesale and Retail at literal prices,?also, Trankt, Valices, Carpet hap, Hst Boss* and every thing in his line of business. HENRY 8. GRATACAF, 363 Broadway,between While and Walker streets. N. B. Companies sbout forming, both Military and Firemen can be fWnislied with Cap* at the shortest notice. my 14-Sm* MINERAL WATERHfrom Haraloga and White Sulphur Spa. ?The Huhacrtber* have just received from (he Con gress. Putnam, ami Walton ^nnp #1 * fu" ?uPI?'j nf Water in quart and pint bottles. Also, having made arrangement* with the proprietor of the White Sulphur Spring* of Virginia for a constant supply of this water, and having just received an invoice of the same, are prepared to etecute order* left at either of their store*. Rl'SHTON fc ASriNWALl., 86 William sf. 110 Broadway, and 16 A*tor House. Soda and Reidlita Water kept in bottle* as heretofore for family use or exportation. myW-lm" QARSAPARILLA ROWANB'8 ALTERATIVES, or ij Compound Spirituous Estract of Sarsaparilla, is prepared -ntirely without mercury in any form whatever, for chronic disease* or complaint* of long standing. Addtwo spent s Inll of th* spirituous Extract to a pint of simple syrup, and jou have a pint of Compound Syrup of Sarsa|>arllla. Far sale by J. O. Fay, Agent, at Milnor's, Fraaklin House Drug Store, No 193 Broadway, New York ;114 Canal street ; 117 Bossery, fcc. New i? the time to take iarsaparilla ansl purify the Mood. myFT-lm1 LIOR RALE? A Porter Mouse located in n good bu?ine?s P stand, where lr?t rate hueines* it m w dorse Apply to JAMES BILLINGE, jelt 8t* 74 Chambers timet, in the bneenseet NEW ENOIiANV HOUNR. 5^ The subscriber has taken the new House No. 6 Room ?elt street, near Pearl aad Chatham, which he has fitted up and furnished with aaeye to neatness and convenience. The fur niture and futures entirely new, and the har 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 wall ensure hint a share of the pub lie ptUrnaage. HUOHKB. N~ EtV LODGING HOUSE.?The Targe 4 story House, Nes. 83 and 70 Duane street, a few doors east of Broad way, (south side,) has been taken and refitted for the above purpose, in genteel and modern style, with entire new furni ture. The situation is very desirable, being very retired, and still in the immediate vicinity of public business. The rooms are very larje and airy, being 13 to 16 parlors, with bedreoms attached sufficiently large for two beds, with a large number of single bedrooms. To permauent lodgers, and gentlemen of retired habits, this situation has peculiar inducements, as the rsoms will be rented very low and kept in superior order. No Bur kept on the premises. In a few weeks, a limited number of Boarders will be ac commodated with breakfast and tea. N. B.?The roams can be reated without furniture, as best suits the appHcauls. Apply on the premises. my30-lm* CIO NO RE 88 HALL, 143 BROADWAY, N. Y.?The sub / scribers beg le.tve to inform their friends and the public generally that they h..re taken ihe above extensive Hotel. Strangers visiting the eity, either on pleasure or business,will find it an agreeable place of residence, it being in the immediate viciuity ef the most prominent aveuues leading to the commer cial commauity, as also contiguous to the various places ef amusement. The subscribers hope, by assiduous attention to the accom modation and comfort of their guests, as also to their table, to merit a share o punlic patronage. ASA HOLT, (Late of Holt's Hotel.) ??y30 lm* FREEMAN C. EWERS. TUB VERANDAH, Eighth Avenue, between 3bth and 36th Streett. EKROLLPFKIFFER informs his frieads and the public ? that he has taken the house and grounds, formerly the country seat of the late J. B. Murray, Esq., in that improving vicinity, the Eighth Avenue, where he trusts, by personal at tention and ihe strictei-t care in the selection of his refresh ments, to give general satisfaction. N. B. Private Rooms for small or Urge parties. A limited number of boarders can be comfortably accommodated. je5-14t* MOUNT VERNON HOTEL AND GARDEN. THE subscriber respectfully informs his friends and the pub lic in general, that he has taken, for at- - of years, the "Mount Vernon Hotel and Garden," corner of N. rth Second and Water streets, Williamsburgh. The House has been fitted up, anil repaired throughout, with an additional Piazza iu the rear of the same, overlooking the Garden, which kas also been put in complete order for the reception of ladies and gentlemen, who will find that their comfort and convenience will be the especial object ef the proprietor. A grand display of FIRE WORKS will take plaee every Thursday evening, during the summer, accompanied with Mu sic. The refreshment* shall be of the best kind, in their preper season. Liquors of the first quality. The undersigned would remark, that if a strict attention to his duties, nt all times, will command a stare of public patron are, nothing on hit part shall be wanting to eiware the success of his " experiment, jel-lm* F. F. FOSTER. fgj- SECOND WARD HOTEL.?Neil to the corner I Fulton street, in Nassau street. This well known establishment having undergone a thorough refitting, it uow incomplete order for the accommodation of those who may honor it with their patronage. There are in this house, besides the lower story,which is thrown entirely open nt a public bar room, a large room upon the se cond story, 7A feet by 3b, well suited for the accommodation of public meetings, together with several smaller ones adapted to the use of clubs, referees, or for the transaction of other prival* business. Clubs aad private parties accommodated with roo as, and may be furnished with dinners or suppers, composed ef every species of game or delicacy which the markets afford at short notice. fjell-y) EDMUND JONES, Proprietor. NICKERBOCKER HALL. 19 Park Row?The sub scribers having opened the above heute on the EURO PEAN PLAN, would respectfully inform their friends and the public, that they are now ready to accommodate them iu a style not to be surpassed by any similar house in this eity. Tnn house will always be furnished with every convenience, and all the luxariet ef ?n unrivalled market. There are one hundred lodging rooms, which are airy, newly furnished, aad in perfect order. The Ordinary, being on the first lloor, is spacious, neat, convenient, and well furnished; and the latles shall always be supplied w ith all the raricty th* market affords, served up by experienced cooks. Tb* marked success which has attended establishments of this kind, is sufficient evidence of tkeir adaption to both batiaees men and travellers. Gentlemen visiting tbe city, will find this a most desirable and central situation, bring nearly on Broadway, fronting the I'ark: aad, in short, concentrates the beauty and eleganre of local and transitory objects of altractian and splendor with which Ness York abounds. EDSALI. It JONES. N. B.?For the accommodation of Travellers, this honsc will be open at all hoars ef the night. al-tf NEW REFECTORY.?J. SWEENEY informs Kit trienc and the public that hr hat opened a new Refectory, in thsj larnr au<! elegant building, No. 144 Fallon street Fiah, Fletb aa>i Fowl are always to bp found on hit tables, and every deliaa cy of the season provided as toon at it appears in the market No rare or attention will be wanting on hit part, to give general satisfaction, and he hupes to find that generous aaconragcmcni which ha it determined to deter re. 110-tf J. SWEENEY DANIEL SWEENEY, ll Ana street, returns hit tineai' thanks to hit numerous friends lor the liberal suofmrtthe) hare uuilorialy rendered him since he first opened kit Htfeetory aad assures them thai it will be 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 pretence, may depend upon being served will cleanliness, oivilily and promptitude <|6 if BOAKD -At the Walton Mansion House. No.3J0 Pearl street, Fraakliu Square, at $.1 60 per week. ?The location is cen tral, and it is one of the most pleasant summer resorts in thi nly. Young men doing business down town, or gentlemen and their wives, will find at the above plan a comfortable home.? Rooms to let at the above house without board. Also, a splendid Hall for masonic, t>dd fellows and other lodges, referees, committers, musical parties, Ac. jelt-lm* HHOARDING?la a genlael private family ia Brooklyn The house is heautifully situated in Pacific street first house from the corner of Henry,on the left; only two minute walk from the South Ferry. The French, English aud Spa .. utfli languages arv spoken in It e family. Apply as above. aytMir 1H10 ARCHITECTS, Bl ILDERS, AND OTHERS? The snbseribers would rrspertfully inform builders aad etSe?s. that they have constantly oa hand, and ara prepared to furnish at short notice, architectural ornaments ef svery de tcripfion, "for the interior finishing of dwellings, churches, and other public buildings," vies capitals for columns, and ante do. to all the orders of architecture, consoles, trasses, ea riched mouldings, rosettes, pitarvs, friesr ornaments, Ac. Ac Ac. to any site. The long proved quality of composition orna meats, as eiecuted by them, readerv it uselrsa to say much ia its eulogy; and, with the means they possess, and from long practice in the esecntion of models, moalds, and esery depart mrnt of business, flatter Ihemselses tint for boldness of relief, and general aharpness and beauty, their work will be found mvita superior to any thing of the k'od done in any other place, they having avoided that tiny, fiat and undefined appearance, so much aad so jaslly complaiaed of. (Jrsat attention having been paid to the modes of manufacture, to insure the best qoality, at the lowest possible price, they are happy to say that their pre sent seal# of prices will be found to be beyond the reach ol abatement or competition. Builders oat of New York, in nnv p?d of the United States won Id find a material sav lag. sad likewise procure a superior ? vrticls bycalliag or writing for any thing of the kind (hey ma} require, as we have on hand, and are euabled to fill orders to any amount at very short notice t? ALLIES A MURPHY, Manufactory 6M Broadway, myI4Sm* One door from Nibl.Y Q ARSAPA KILL A PORTER A aew and healthy bever O age,? Manafaetursd and for sale b? WHITING A BABCOCK, 41 Liberty street " We have made trial of the SsrsajuriH* Porter maaufar tiired and sold by Messrs. Whiting A Babeoeh, and have found it ? very lively and pleasant beverage. From the ingrvdiealt which enter into ilseompsv?itioa,we tieve that it will be found a wholesome and refreshing drink and free from the uuphaeanl consequences which IVvflow the uee of strong Beer and Porter. Alfred C. Post M D. H. Borrowe, M. D. Gilbert Surttb, M. D. William N. Blaksman, M. D New York, May ?4,18?? E. Mead, M. D. This Pnrter will be delivered in aoy part of the city, or on board of vessels?also in suitable parkac* for transportation to any part of live United Slates. my'47-lin KVM>|\ I I Mil* HI,AN" has r-movvd trio., ft! Am. street to -WW William street, and roniinn-s to tench Em broidery, llai-ed Work in Silk and Worsted, making Was, Worsted and Shell Fiewers aad Was Fruits, An Ac on the most reasonable terms Drawings for embroidery on silk furnished for sale. Was Sheets. Colors, and Was Finite. jell-ltn* WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. FIRE-WORKS; LMDT.rD 7 FIRE-CRACKERS. A large assortment, lor sale at the lowest prices, and war ranted good, foriale by GA88NKR k YOU NO, jeS-tjd* 13'J Chatham. FIRE WORKS. 00^ FOURTH OF JULY.?The subscriber, the old es tabfl-htd agent for the U.S. Laboratory, (Edge's Celebrated Fire Works,) now offers to the public a complete assortment o f large and small Fire works, far the approaching celebration of the glorious Fourth of July, consisting ?l Rockets of various sizes, with Headings of Gold and Silver Rain, Stars, Serpents, Crimson Fires, ice., Suns, Fans, Pyramids, Palin Trees; Baton and Peruvian Crosses, with plain and illuminated centres, Mines, Torbillions, Hetagous, Triangles, Verlicles and other wheels, Signal Lights, Pigeons, Roman Candles, Italian Stream ers. Snakes'Nests, Flower Pots, Serpents or Snikes, Scroll :utd Pin Wheels, Brngolas, Spur Firnt, Grasshoppers, Blue Lights, Torpedoes, Pulling Crackers, &c. &c. Also, Fire Crackers iu botes of different sizes. Parties, committees of arrangement, country merchants, city venders ai d others, supplied as usual with articles warranted, and at Laboratory fixed prsces. H. YVELIN, je6-lm* 231 Fulton street, near Greenwich. FIRE CRACKERS. SIX HUNDRED BOXES OK FIRE CRACKERS, for sale in lots to suit purchasers. Also, one hundred and fifty thousand Srgars, of various brands, by late arrivals from Havana, by je l4-2w* A. A 8AMANOS, 4 Wall st. TjMKEWORKS ! FIHEWOKKS : FIREWORKS !! !? X1 CHARLES W. VULTEE, 110 Chatham, corner of Or ange street, the oldest established Firework Manufacturer in the city, announce* to the public generally, that hss present stock of Fireworks is the largest iu the Union, and eaa be sold at lower prices than by any other manufacturer and vender " if ~ " The assortment consists of Rockets of all calibre and sizes, with gold and silver rain, orange, crimson and jessamiue fires, kc , kc., sunt,fans, line pigeons, maroons, jiort fires, palm trees, mines, tourbillons, hexagons,octagons, verticals, triangles, Ro man caudles, diamonds, crosses with golden fires, Peruvian fires, scolls, pin wheals,grasshoppers, blue lights, snake* of all sixes, kc., kc., and a host of others too numerous to mention. The public and all sceptics are invited to call and sne Also, Fire t rackers, Double Headers, Chiuete Rockets, Torpedoes, and Tailing Crackers, at the lowest market prices. Country merchants are invited to call and see the above stock before purchasing elsewhere. Goods sent to any part of the city free of expense. i out forget the place. CI VRLKS W. VULTF.E, jel-tj4* 110 Chatha corner of Orauge street. JAMES k TAYLOR, (formerly F. A. James) CASH TAI LORING ESTABLISHMENT, No. 88 Maiden Lane? The subscribers respectfully inform the patrons of the above es tablishment, that they are daily receiviug a supply of splen did Goods, suitable for th present season, which they make op to order, sell by the piece or otherwise, at their usual low prices lor cash only. WtfTS'.n Paicxs Over coal* of fine Beaver eloths. from $20 to $M * Pilot 14 to 90 44 colored broad 44 44 14 Ml to 28 Drcs? 44 fine, 44 12 to IB 44 44 wool dyed black 44 to 20 Pantal one of black, blue or fancy colored, fre .i $6.50 to $10. Vests of cloth, cassimere, figured and plain silks, from $2.60 to $fi. Dress coats made and trimmed, from $7.00 to $8.08 Overcoats 44 " " 7.00 to 11.00 Pantaloons and vests, $1.50 each. The subscribers wish to he distinctly understood that gar meats inaJe at this establishment are warranted to fit, and to be mode by the best workmeu, in the latest style and fashion, jb-tf-y JAMES k TAYLOR. WINDOW BLIND MANUFACTORY. THE subscriber respectfully begs to inform the public, thai he has constantly on hand a large and elegant assortment of every description of the painted transparent washable win dow shadhs, consisting of Italian and other landscapes, Diaphi nous, Chinese, Architectural and Fancy Blinds, which he can confidently recommend for their beauty, streugih and great du rability, as they have been known, with common care to last from ten to fourteen years. The prices of the shades, iucludin| cords, tasaaU, rack, pullies, and fillings for windows, complete vary from $7 and upwards, per pair. Blind* (united ami fitted to order, by applying to GEORGE PLATT, 12 Spruce si. N. B. Country dealers supplied with blinds and blind fittings. ml9-Jm*y IVT EW WORK, by Mr. Maturin, nearly ready?SEJA 1 s NL'8, and other Roman Tales, by Edward Maturin 44 A series of Passages illustrative of dnnteslii scenes in the Imperial boas-holds <>f Tiberius, Claudius and Nero. From specimens we have ??en, we can comm-u.l this forthcoming work to the public favor, as replete with int' rest, displaying marh classical research and dramatic skill. Mr. Maturin sou ofathe eeleSrated author of- U main' and numerous other woms, hat shown hims# If the inheritor of much of hit father's genius, and promises to achieve a reputaliou, uot unworthy of his pareutage."?N. Y. Mirror, jll 9t F SAUNDERS, Publisher. 157 Broadway Brooklyn salt water warm and cold BATHS, near the South Ferry, margin of the East liiier. ? MK. GRAY would inform the inhabitants of Brookl)nand New York, that his Baths are now open every daj from 6 A. M. till 10 P. M. for Ladies and Gentlemen. Tnry are fitted up in the most approved style. Ladies and geiitlemen can take warm baths every day. The Swimming Bath it exclusively for ladies on Tuesdays and Fridays until < P. M. One warm bath,25cts; 5 tickets, $1.00. Cold baths, I2j cents. jell-Sin4 CIDER VINEGAR CONSTANTLY ON HAND, end for nl? in lolt Jo loil, ky EDWARD KEARNY. >3 Old Slip, corner of Sooth street. 90 Half Pipe* Vinegar jnot received. jell-Ivy* HIr PER LEGHORNS If orr The subscriber Km just received from Leghera en in voice of t-tlr* line Ladies' list*, u rivalled t>jr any other in the city, amoug which arc some numbers a* high a* <0, 80, M and 98. Ladies in want of stick articles as the above will phase call audesamine before purchasing elsewhere. E. G. BROWN, jeH-lw' III William street, corner of John. A TRITON INSURANCE COMI'ANY, No. *4 Wall street. New York, Nov. I, 1838. T an Election (or Directors of this institu;ion, held their day, the following gentlemen were unanimously chosen ?i?:? Robert L. Patterson, Henry Ozden A L. ? a t >, I a tm 11 .1 t a aanM D . . I ? ? s I \ M9 Alctander Patterson, Robert L. Wetmore, Cyrus Ckenere, Lawrence Hill. Samuel D. Dak in. Henry Havilmnd, John Wilson, Philip V, Hoffman, Arthur W. Benson, D. II. Robertson, John P. Austin, Jonas Concklin, Wm A. Coit, J'isenh Wood, Ernest Fiedler, Tharles L. Vose, Bradford Lincoln, George T. Fos, Jr., John T. Howard, Josepli E. HleomArld, J -hn K Dela|ilaine, Joseph B. V ties And at a subsequent meeting of the Board of Directors, the following persons were unanimously elected officers, vis - MHMMvrTi.r ROBERT L. PATTERSON, Esq. President JOUTH B NONES, Vice President. Ai r*. Tmosspsois, Jr Secretary. Cnpt lltcToa Corrin, Inspector. Willis Hall, E?q. Attorney. Th* above Company?ramtal f ia0,0M, all paid in and se cured acrording to law?will insure marine, inland Iransporla lion and navigation risks, iulluding tkat of firt during transit on liberal terms. my8-y R1 PILLS !! T*?Superior to tho Hygeian, Braodreth's, F.vans', Indian Purgative, the Matchless (priced) Sanative.or any other Pills, or Compound, before the public, as certified toby rhysieiaas and others. Let none condemn them until the y have tried tbem, and then we are certain they will not. It is now a settled point with all who have used these Pills, that thee are pre-eminently the heat, and most efficacious Family Medicine, that has been used in America. For a more particular history of the virtues and efficacy of these Pills, also, many certificates from those who hsve evperi enred their truly wonderful effects, and for particular directions for use, sec the large bills, (which also rcpr sent a Persian Pah see and Uaidcn.) accompanying each boa of pills. For sals by J. O. f'oy agent, New York. For sale at Not 78 and 100 Fulton at.; at Book Htoree, No 477 Broadway, opposite Nihloa Garden; No. 9 Chatham fin Square ; 989 Oreeawich at.; J7?| Bowery, and 110 Fulton St., Brooklyn, L. I ll J. N H ?To Mothers.?It is with the grealesl conffdence that we advise all those about to become mothers, to make use of the Persian Pills. Prire, only AJ} cents and 11} cents per boa. Two siaes. mv 97-1m* SADDLERY AT REDUCED PHI' ES.?JOHN G. H VIOH T. has removed the bnlanre of his stock of Bad dies. Bridles. Travailing Trunks, Ac. from his old stand to N-, 34 Fulton street, opposite the U. ft. Hotel, where the same will lie sold at very reduce! prie- s. jeA-lmeod* 'ID.I.i H ? No. tl Murray street.-?Artihcml uistor rupv tlo y i Teelhl ~ _ _ inserted in the neatest style, by J BHBKKY Den tist Teeth cleansed, fflled, esiraeted Ac Full sets made in ike best manner for mastication. I'Surges moslerate?terms cash ?vyQ.Tnodlm* IIOUiTON, M. D., Ovnrisy, has reiarned from t har D ,IC r . lesion, B. C . and n sumed the pr ictice of hia Profession at h? residence No. W Park Place, w'.iere he will be perma neatly located. jetft-Qmeod* , akiIm ami?. NEW YORK TATTEK8ALI.S.?Tha regular ?alee by auction,it Uii* well known es tablishment. of Horses, Carriage*, kc., conti nue to take pluce on every Monday, it 11 o'clock, througlieut the year. The next regular tnle will take plaee on Monday, June 17th at 11 o'clock, commencing with Carriage!, Harriett, kc., and ad li o'clock the tale of Hortet will commence. Gentlemen having Hortet to dispose of, arc requested MS make early applirutien, to at to teenre a g?od number on the catalogue, at ao horse cau be offered at auctiou unless register ed lime for a number on the catalogue, for which purpoae tha rctitler will be kept opea till Saturday, 16th June, at 6 P M, GEO. W. MILLER, Successor to J. W. Walton, 446 Broadway P. S. At private Hale.?One pair of very fine black hortet, I do do bty hortet-, a very fine tingle hortet. Alto?Carriage* and harnettet, among them a very handsome imported Cabriolni, belonging to Hit Excellency the Minister of Fraaca,toU only at belt leaving the United Slate*. a24-y O.W.M. NEW YORK BAZAAR F?r Plain and Fancy Paper flaxen of all bimds inn sites, if t.vtuv s-rvLr., and ron tav Liar, or stsiaxis whatcvkk, 1 tl I f niton a Irani, Three doort froa Nattau , mw voaa ft?- City aud country merchant* will find constantly a very arge ttock on hand. They can be accommodated at utort no tice to any tize or any quantity they pirate; alto, by shipping them in to profitable a packing at may be detirrd to nay part of Ameriea. Rtal genuine Cologne Water, imported from Germany, of a oiott tuperior quality?will tatitfy every purchater. Alto, ju?t received by late arrival*, a fine lot of VOLOKKD AND flARBLK PAPER, of the m it beaulifid pattern*. myll-y PRICE NOT THE TEST OF CHEAPNESS. ~~ Political econoinitU have frequently differed at to what waa a fair, and at the tame time, the turrit rneature of value ; bik we never yet eame acrot* any one who had gravely recorded ft to be hit opinion that the nominal price any article told for, waa any rneature of it* actual value. Such a notion would bn deemed to great a fallacy, that iti ttatementon paper at a logi cal deduction, would prove ita own absurdity, and yet, thoee in dividual* who run about from cue tlore to another for the pnr pote of atcertainiag the minimum number of dollar* and renin at which they can be furnithed with article* of food and rai ment, of courie commit a itill greater, becmute a mere practical abturdity, than any speculativs pbilotopher would do, who lat down in hit clotrt to argue from tuch ,fal*e premite*. The one would merely be laughed at at a visionary schemer; but the other it deemed fit only to graduate among tha philosophers of Lapula, who contemplated makiug deal boards out of Sawdust, and extracting sunbeam* from cucumber*. Ta king that most iin|>ortant of all article* to men ia this dressing age, a coat, whether frock,ore**, riding, or the kind called " top," it matter* not, and *ee hew many different element*, all of which affect the interest af the wearer, go to make up its co?t. 1st, There it the raw material, and secondly, the quality off tha dye used and the degree of skill possessed by the manufacturer of the clatli. These primordial ingredients towards a eoat, it ia self evident, must vary at much as the wind, weather, or even woman's c-price; and 'idly, when it comes inta the hands of11 tha Snyder," there is the skill of the cutter, the quality af the trim mings and last, though not least, the scientific qualification* which the artist may postal*, who is to send it "into thia breathing world," not "a thing of shreds and patches," but ax article of beauty, utility an.! luxnry fated either to adorn, or desecrate the human form*. Other reasons could be adduced to show that in c<ats,al least, many thiugs, which the world at large thinks not oj', should be taken into consideration before its actual value can be ascertained. If these principles ar* based eu truth, what folly is it then, for men to waste their shoe leather in running after stores, or in finding out tailors who charge a low nominal price, when it is evident that is net the test of cheapness. They should not entirely disregard piice, bat at the same time, they *houl<l examine the material, ascertain the standing of the manufacturer of it; not neglect tha skill of the cutter, aud above all, pay especial attention to the qualifications of the workman, who it to give the finishing touch to that which in iti native simplicity prelected the sheep, bat when a proper and scientific amount of labor lots been given to it, is capable of adding dignity aod beauty to the? ? noblest work of God." If this train of reasoning should happen to convince any the bargain buyers, that ??lunate articles by dollars and cent* alone, they are advised forthwith to visit the cash stosk of S. PHILLIPS, No. 106. William iTaer.T,and ascertain by the evidence of their own eyes, if the erticlrs of dress mnde up by him, are not equal in quality, durability, cut end workmantlup to any pioduced by the most fashionable heutes ??? Broadway. Having satisfactorily solved this problem, they may compare their several nomiual prices, aud he cooviuced, that although price is not the test of cheapness, PHIL LIP'S SYSTEM it? for although he imports the best article and employ* none but the best workmen, be nevertheless tell* for ready money, at M percent lest thin it charged by those who do butine** on tha old ami exploded credit system. .tin IIKAIeTH. SALT WATER BATHS NOW OPEN For the season at Cattle Garden and at the foet of Dttbroteet street, Sd Pier south of Canal street, North River. myff0-3m 09- D. O. HAHMIMON, Dentist, formerly 94 Bar clay street, has removed to No. aOJ Warren street, 2nd do from Wet Broadway. myl4-3m CHEAP CASH CLOTH STORE, ~ At No. 30 Maiden Lane, (9 WHERE may be f<i<wd, by the piece or yard, a ?upe nor assortment of line and low prired Broadcloth- Habit Cloths, Cassimeret, Summer Stuff*, Velvets, Vesting*. Trim mings, ke. kc. The tubteriber will offer the above at very low price* for cash, ia ardcr to dispose of hit entire stock pre vious te August eest, as he will thea be obliged to remove from his present stand. m'JH-Sm MAAC T. THAYER. healthful exercise. THR HUB8CRIBER, Ike proprietor of the Hou*e No. Itf Pearl street, hat two BOWLING ALLEYS. tituate at the comer of Pearl and Dorer ttreett, and retpect fully eallt the a tention of persoes requiring etereite, especially all of seden tary purtuilt, to Bowling, at aa eiertiae rmincntl) conducive to ensure good health The most celebrated Physicians hare recommended aa a pnn eipal meant of obtaining life't greatest bletting. Health, all toch recreative etercitet at will aire active motion ta the matcleaof the system. Among thete, Bowling it probably the moat wor th- or apfiroval. The subscriber pledget hunt* If to ihote who may favor him with their cuttom, to maintain tha utmott ilteortia and good order in hit ettabllthmenl. The Bowl lug Alleyt will be let ta pnrtiet by tha hoar, ar longer period. Na playing after a reaaoaable time each eva omg. ALF.tR. J. HENDERSON, jel-lna* REF RI GERA TORS.?I M.~LYO.N'S m< pale at Kafe Refrigeralort and Wine Cooler Ware Room, Mo. 4d8f Broadway The advertiser having made tevrraJ important hi provementt in the coostrurtioa of the ahi#e article. The d-mrt opeoing in front, thereby making aneity acceta to all the shelves, ami admitting the ire to be put in itt proper place with out Jitturbing the shelves or that latUi . On ripenmeat, the above article it wtrrnated t, t tin the ice at leag or linger than any other Refrigerator. V B.?Country marc limits, hotel proprietor*, refectories, lamiliat, Ac. will Ami it to their interest la call. The public are caulioued agamat infringing tkia patent, my At I m* RYDER'S NORTHERN AND SOUTHERN OENI TLEMEN'S FASHIONABLE BOOT AND SHOE ESTABLISHMENTS, No ft Beekman street, New York, and No. 18 Matohet ttrret. New Orleana. ?Southern genllsmen visiting the city of New York, are respectfully informed that they will And a fnll assortment of Optra and Dreee Boots Un ion Shoet, Fancy and Drett Painp*, and Gaiters of the tamo style and quality ?? were furnished them at No. IB Nalchet st, I New Orleans, and which ohiaioed the Aral premium at Ike late I Fair in that city. Gentlemen purchasing ne giving order* for Ane Boots for the Thnrleston, Mobile, New Orleane, Natchea. V teas burgh, or any of the southern or south western eitiea, are invited to call and eiamiae a spliudid article of light Drear Soots, made of French imported vtoeb ia the lateet Parisian fashion, at No, 8 Beekmaa street,Clinloo Hall, New York opposite the P*rk. URIAH RYDER N. B First Premium at the American Institute, New York. " - Mechanics Institute, " mvd-tf " ?* 14 late fair at New Orleans. SlTRAW UOtlDA?The enbeeriber kega lease to inform } hse friends and Ike public generally that he ha* new on hand and for sale a splendid assortment of Ladies ami M.saer Leghorn, Tuscan. Braid, and Straw Bonnets, in ail their varie ties. and at as low prices a* can be obtained at any other store in tk? clip. Also (vent'emen's nnd Youth's double and single brimmed Leghorns, white, colored and variegated, of the oeweal pot tenia and finest quality. R O- BROWN, left-1 m* 111 William street, enr. John sL WEDDING ANU VimTING I. A KDS.? Engraved ia a new arvl apiwovrdftyle, or prtuledfrom engrsved plates, wilh the utmost neatness, on the highly enamelled porcelain Cards, which, for whiteness snd brilliancy ol ?veelled. All orders promptly attended to at V \LEN I ?'*"7' Es?hio? iblr I'ard Engrtting snd Printing f ' - K 'ishwsut, lohn street, corner ol Willism street ** * _ EN'S, t GU I H'n A Nt? t ttli*DHr.A ? *? H' Nil. _ _ The subscriber* aeepconstantly en bond, a very ai^e vsorimenthf Ready Made Clothinj;, svitwl ?? every ' pe add site, Which will be sold at low prices for f?? ajm* GEO A. HOYTBt?-,?AB wery M'