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MORNING HERALD.
V?l. ?
FRIDAY MORNING. JULY 12, 1839
IV*. 114
?BKTINN A 1KB AMERICAN RTBAill
NAVIGATION COUP v IVY.
NEW YORK TO LONDON.
The Steam *his BRITISH
QUEEN, Lieut. Richard Rob
ert!, K. N., commander. ? This
splendid Steam-sllip, burthen
2016 tons, and 600 horse power,
will Mil from London on the
. ttlh of June, and Portsmouth
? - ? ? a on 1st of Jalv.
The days appointed for her departure from this port for
Loadon, are 1st August, 1st October, and 1st December.
The rate of passage is fixed as follows: ?
Saloon, . 3d guineas, or $169 33
Lower state-rooms, ? 30 guineas, or $140 00
Fore saloon, 30 guincaa, or $93 33
Children, under 14 years, half price.
For freight, (?f which this ship will take 880 tons,) or pas
sage, apply to WADSWORTH k SMITH,
4 Jones' Lane, rear 103 Front street,
Agent* of the Br. & 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.
j?3 r
TKANMATLANTIC HTK.4M NHIP CO.
NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL.
The steam ship LIVER
POOL, 1100 ton* burthen
and 468 horse power, R. J.
, Fayhf*, R. N., commander,
is appointei' to sail as follow* :
From Vrif York. From Liverpool.
18th May. 'JOth April.
6th July. lith June.
2 4th August. lit August.
19th October. 31st September.
14th December. 16th November.
Fare to Liverpool, thirty five guineas ($163 33) lb the aft,
Md thirty guinea* ($140) in the Tore saloon, iaelMing wine*
nod all stores. No second class passengers Lake*. Children
?oder 13 and servants half price.
An experienced surgeon accompanies this ship.
For passage or freight, apply personally or by letter to
? 18 ABM. BELL k CO. Agents, 117 Fulton *t. N.Y.
NEWARK ANO NEW tfOKK? Three
tripf per day front each place. ? The aew and
'splendid steamboat PASSAIC, ( apt. P. W.
Martin, on and after Thursday, May 8ih, will ru* between
Newark and New York, making three trip* a day from each
place, and leave as follows: ?
Centre wharf, Newark,
61 o'clock A. M.
' lfl| -
3" I H
' On Sundays the Passaic will run and leave
Centre wharf, Newark, ' m~~* -
71 o'clock A. M.
3 " P. M
From foot of Barclay st. N. Y
81 o'clock A. M. ?
19} P. M.
Foot of Barclay *t., N. York,
10 o'clock A. M.
6 " P. M.
The Passaic will land at Bergen Point on her 6} and 3 o'clock
trips down, and 1) and ty o'clock trips up. On Sunday* the
will land on her passage down and up each trip.
Fare to Newark, 18} cts. Bergen Point, l'2$ct*.
The tteamor Passaic is remarkanle for speed; performing
the distance iu from 1 1 to 11 honrs each trip. Ladies will find
thie route very pleasant and particularly advantageous, as the
(?convenience of changing from car to ferry boat with baggage
ia avoided. Goods and freight taken on reasouable terms, but
oalv at the. risk of the owners. mv33 y
SOUTHERN DAILY MAIL LINE for
Norfolk, Charleston, 8. C., Petersburg, and
Richmond. ? The steamboats ALABAMA,
KENTUCKY and JEWESS, all boat* of speed and accommo
dation, will commence running daily ou the Rr*t April, betweea
Baltimore Norfolk, and Portsmouth, leaving the lower end ol
Spear's wharf every afternoon at 3 o'clock, ur immediately af
ter the arrival of the ears from Philadelphia, and will arrive
aext merntug at Portsmouth iu time lor the cars Cur Wilming
ton, and tlwuce I teamboats to Charleston. Returning -urill leave
Portsmouth every day after the car* arrive from the South, and
teach Baltimore a?xt morning lb time for the cars for Phila
delphia.
These boat* ran ia eounectioa with the well known (team
f*eket? Georgia and South Carolina which leave Norfolk
ev ry Saturday lor Charleston, giving tr*v*llers aehoice. Thej
also rdtTta ev?m?ertt?n with the James River boats to Peters
burg and Richmond. Strangers are informed (old travellers
know) tbat this i* the cheapest and most comfortable route for
southern traveller* a* there are no changes from cars, steam
boats, and stage* ir the dead ef ui^ht. as on the Washington
route. The company therefore hope the tratelliug part of the
community will patronise them, in siviug equal facilities and
aaperior comfort.
ravage ,?d fare to Norfolk, $8. JOHN W. BROWN,
ra'Wif A resit.
NIGHT LINE.
PEOPLE'S LINE FOR ALBANY
lauding at the intermediate landings.- The
"ae<* and ?-le^aut steamboat ROC HESTER,
Captain A. P. St. John, will leave the Steamboat Pier, foot of
Oourtlandt sL, ou Saturday afternoon, July 13, at 5 o'clock.
For passage or freight, apply to
CROOKE k FOWKS,
x Corner of West and Liberty sts,
?f P. C. HHULTZ, at the office,
or the Captain on board.
N. B ? All goods, freight, baggage, bank bills, specie, or any
other kind of -property, taken only at the risk of the owners
thereof. mjW7m
Regular days of leaving New York this month, Wednesdays
and Saturdaya.
FARE REDUCED TO THREE DOLLARS.
M SO MONOPOLY.
NEW LINETOR BOSTON, VIA NEWPORT AND
PROVIDENt E.
, Tlie new, rle^anl, and fsst sailing sUamrr
JOHN W Hl< HMOND. Cuptaia Wm. H
"Townsead, will leave for Ihe above places, on
Saturday, Jnly 6th, at * o'clock, from Pier No. 6 North River.
For further information, apply lo
JNO. H. RICHMOND, Agent,
at the office on the wharf.
Travellers may be assured that this boat will not race with
any boat that may be put atain?t Iter, but will proceed on her
route as if no other boat was ia company. j*S-6m
PFOrLE'S LINE FOR ALBANV.?
Landing at the usual landings. ? The new and
commodious steamboat UTICA, ( aptain
TraesdeP, will leave the steamboat pier, foot of Liberty st.
an Fridsy afternoon, July 13, at A velock.
For freight or passage. a|qdy ta CROOK k FOWKES, cor
ner of West and Liberty streets; PETER C. SCHULTZ, at
the office, or the Caplaia ou board.
All goods, freight, bunk bills, specie, or any other kind of
proprrtv. taken or shipped an board of this boat must be at the
?tak of the owners thereof.
N. B. For the better ac mm mod at ion of the ap town pas
sengers, this boat will land at the Old Prison Wharf, foet of
Hammond street, my "13- 7m
* rot PtEKMULL, VERPLANK'S
' POINT, GRASSY POINT. SINO SINO,
TARRYTdWN, DOBB'S FF.RRY, HAS
TINGS AND YONKERS.? The new and splendid steamboat
KOSCIUSKO, Capt. D. Haywood, will leave the foot of Hob
insen straet. (est above Barclay.) evei^ morning. ( Fridays ex
cepted.) at 7 o'closk, stopping at the Old State Prison wharf
each way Returning, will leave Peekskill at 1 o'rlock.
Breakfast and Dinner on haard.
P. S. la order to afford passenger* more time to spend in the
different place*, Ihe Kosciusko will leave Peekskill at ^o'clock,
(for this trip oaly.)
For the aaccommodatioa of pa*?e?gers, she will make a trip
aa Friday, leaviag as above.
For further information, inquire of HAWKINS k WIL
LIAMSON, No. 97 West street, where packages, freight, fcc.
will he received for the boat.
3B3QQK MAIL LINE FOR BOSTON.
Daily, (Hnudaya eacewted) at ? P M , frnm
ra??rngera, on the arriral of the ateamera al Stoning*
ton, may take the Hailrnad cara anal proceed with the mail
immediately to Boat on, or m*t continue in the ateamer, via
Newport, and tabe the tUiln>M cara at Proridance for B ulen
Tfce at-amcr MASSACHUSETTS. Capt. OnMock, will
learr tin* afternoon Friday, 19th July, at ft o'clock, and Ibe
NARRAOANSETT, Oapl. Childa, tomorrow. ?yW-?m
?k. li"* hOlOKRN WALKS.? Thia bea?tifu|
place of mmmer retreat i* now in perfect
order for the reception of company, and ia
one of the Moat pleaitnt fetreata in the world. To escape from
the htat and du?< of the city, and enjoy th- coal rhadea and f?
freahing breetea of thi? place, i? a lutury which all can appre
ciate. Boat* ply cona'antly rnim Barclay ttreet.aud two bnata
leave Canal anil Chriatonheralreeta every thirty minora. One
boat rnn? until 10 o*iLck in the evening, leaving Barclay atreet
at 8, ft, 10 oVIock.
Fare (li centa. jylO-lm*
K r~ * FOK POUOHRKBPSIK Landing at
*?., | ? ~| Oraaao Point, < aldweU'a, Cold Spring, fiah
^^^^^^^^?"kill, Hamhorgh, and Milton.
The ae w| and aplendid ateamhont OSEOLA, Capt. Michell,
will leave New fork from tie font of (hamhera atreet
every afternoon (ftnnday etcepted) at 4 o'clock. Ketarnmg.
leave Pniighkeepaie, every morning (Hunday earepted) al 7
o'clock. Landing at the old atate'a priaon, root Anna atreet,
each way.
All'tooda. Freight. Bank Billa, Snecie, or any other pro
perty taken I?r ahipped on board of Ihia boat, nuit be at the
? ? ' ' '? ' ?il l
ntk of tbe owner a thereof.
my J 3-7?
FOR BELLEVILLE AND ACQUACK
NONK. ? The steamboat SARATOGA,
Capt. Wilcox, will leave tlie foot of Liberty
?treet,on Tuesdays, Thursday*, and Saturday!, at two o'clock,
P. M. This boat ii well calculated to carry all kinds of freight,
and lias superior accommodUion for passeugers, only drawing
30 inchri water, aud is 200 ton* burthen, and well calculated
for the Passaic Kiver.
For freight or passage, apply to the Capt tin on board, or to
CROOKE fc FOWKS,
corner of West and Liberty street.
N. B. ? All kinds ?f freight takeu on board of this Boat at
reasouable rates, is delivered at two o'clock on the day "f sail
ing. jelQ-2m
FROM FORT LEE AND BULL'S FERRY,
To the foot of Canal street. New York.
The steamboat ORANOE, Capt. Isaac
Scot?, will leave Fort Lee and New York,
touching at Bull's Ftrry, daily, until further
notice.
Leave Fart Lee one hour before sunrise, 8 A. M., 12 M., 6
P. M.
Leave New York. 7 A. M., 10} A. M.. 2} P. M . 6} P. M.
On Sundays, if fair weather ? Leave Fort Lee, 6 A. M., 8}
A. M , 12 M., 5} P. ai.
Leave New York, 7$ A. M., 10} A. M . 2 Pj M.
Oq Fridays, leave Fort Lee, 9 A. M., and New York, 2A
P. M.
Stages will be in readiness at Fort Lee to convey passengers
to Hackensack. All packages to be left at Benjamin Mott's,
311 Spring street Freight taken only at the risk of the re
spective owners. Fare to Bull's Ferry, 12} cents ? lo Fort
Lee, 18} rents ? Commencing v.n Saturday, Juue 1st, 1839.
jy9 1m*
FOR HAVRE. ? The superior French Brig Courier
du Bresil, Captain Roturitr. For freight or pasaage
apply to BOYD fc HINCKEN,
jyll* 9 Tontine Buildings.
FOR NEW ORLEANS^ FIR 8T REGULAR
PACKET. ? The superior fast sailing packet ship
OCONEE, E. Knight, master, having mosi of her
cargo engaged and going on b lard. will be dispatched in a few
days. Her accommodations for cabin and steerage passengers
are very superior, and terms moderate. Those intending going
south would require to inakc immediate application on board,
foot of Pine street, or to RAWSON fc McMURRAY,
jy 10-121 Cor. Pine and South sts.
FOR NEW ORLEANS.? Warranted Fir*t Regu
lar Packet ? Loui.iaas and New Vork Line?The
very fast sailing packet ship LOUISVILLE, Captain
Allen, ii-w loading at Orleans wharf, and having the most of
her cargo engaged, will have early despatch; for freight or pas
sage, having very splendid furnished accommodations, apply on
board or to E. K. COLLINS fc C?.,
jy9 66 South street.
FOR NEW ORLEANS. ? The first class copper
ed and copper fastened ship LOUISA, Capt Osborne,
is now loading, and .will sail for the above port in a
few days. Having very superior accommodations for cabin and
steerage passengers and terms moderate, those intending going
south should embrace this very favorable opportunity Wy mak
ing early application on board, foot of Pine st., or the subscrib
ers. RAWSON fc McMURRAY,
je28-y corner of Pine and South sts.
PASSAUE FROM BELFAST. (dinct.)-Re.
sideuts desirous of sending for their families or
friends, to come direct from thf above port, have
now a very favorable opportunity, by the well known, fa?t sail
ing packet ship JOSEPHINE, Capt Prindle. A few berths
only icmain disengaged, which may be secured if immediate
application be made to the subscribers.
RAWSON fc McMURRAY,
jeiS-y corner of Piue and South sts.
hffiT FOR LIVERPOOL. ? New Line? Regular Packed
yfsT&y ol 'he 2Mb July.? The slegant Packet Ship ROS
CIUS Capt. John Col'ias, of 1100 tons .will sail ai
above.
For freight or passage, having accommodations unequalled
for splendor and comfort, apply on hoard at Orleans VVhaif
loot of Wall st, or to E. K. COLLINS fc CO.,
M South st.
The packet flap 8IDDON8, f'apt.A. 8. Palmer, will succeed
the Rosciu>, aud sail the 2Mh of August. jr?S
FOR MARSEILLES. ? The vent superior new
Russian ship MINETTE, Capt 8eth. having the
pritM ipal part of her cargo engaged and now going ou
board, she wtll promptly be despatched
For balance of freight, which will be taken at low rates, ap
ply to BOYD fc HIN< KEN,
jy3-y 9 Tontine Baildings.
CAT8KILL MOUNTAIN HOUSE ATTHE PINE
\iT[{ ORCHARD, 1*39. ? This ?fll known and fashionable
resort is now undergoing considerable repair, and will be
0|>en for the receptiouaf visitors Jiwe 2Ath. The roads leading
to this estahlishmrut have also undergone a thorough repair, re
peri illy that portion of iton th? mountain has been rendered
perfectly safe and smooth.
The stages will run regularly during the season between the
Landing and the Mountain House, and will be found in readi
nessat all times on the arrival of the boats at the Catsk ill Land
ing. Extra carriages furnished either at the Landing or Moun
tain Hnuse on the shortest notice.
jal9 2m* C. L. BEACH.
ONB PRICK HAT NTOKE.
BROWN &. CO. '8 HATS,
For cheapness and durability, are not surpassed by any
heretofore offered. They combine all the requistU
qualities af the more coitly for color, lightness, dura
bilitv aud lustre, at the reduced price of $1- Their salei
are far cash, which precludes the necessity of charging the good
customer for loss incurrrd by the bad. The public art. invited
to examine their Hats at BROWN fc CO. '8 wholesale aad rr
tail warehouse, No 178 Chatham Square, corner of Mott st.
New Vork. my31 3m*
EXTRA MOLESKIN HATS? Those who have
paid f>A in Broadway for a Moleskin Ilat, and those
who have paid 1 3 for a long aap Silk, should look at
llOVv ELL'S Moleskia Hats, sold al the low fixed prica of $3.
No man should pay $A for a hat. or even fa, for a heavy long
nap silk hat, while the present quality of Howell's is sold for
(3. The pricc is 4ied, there is therefore no disagreeable par
ley bet wet n the buyer and seller. D. HOWELL,
210 Chatham Square, up stairs,
lel'J lm* Late of the Arm of Brown fc C*.
LOOK AT THIS.? Who krtptlhr noiliplfo
?? ? w di'l Boot eoiblitliment in the oit\ T Aiawer ?
OLD BOSS HICHARD* k CO., at 340 Canal lirtli, running
through to 484 Ureeuwich alreet. Oo Iher# tor lip top fath
ionabl* and dorablr Boot* and Khoe?, and n>f frwm J? to 30
per < rnt. 340 Canal ?trc?t, tign of IIm l?r|fit boot in the
HwW. JcM'Ib*
NEW OPPOSITION "STORK ? Ureal bar
f*in? in Boot* and Shoea at the ae w ?tnre of th?
?ubacriber, 184 Canal, between Varick and Hudaon alreet ? firat
boot an.1 ?!?<>? alort wett of Vam-k ttreet. The public are ia
forme I that there they ran find a monmoth assortment of all
the different k;nd?, color*, and *i?es of ladiea'. gen'lemen'*, and
children'* boot*, *hoet and dipper*, Gentlemen'* French and
American make of gaiter*, at tne low price of $3,.W the pair,
and warranted, and all the different kmdtof $ J and JO*, boot*
of the mott f.ithionable *tyle and all *i*et at N?. 1S4 and 334
Canal .tree! J AM K8 WIOOIN8.
N.B. No ia*ulting and callinc of < utlomer* from the tt reel
allowed at thia (tore. Be particular of the number, 194 i* over
the door. jelt-lm*
Lff V. RARY N O T L L T 1 k S-N?? ready, ia
1 eolomet ?
I. The Adventure* of Harry Franco ? a Tale of the Panic. ?
"llarry Franco it decidedly an interesting lalt? wim of if- h?i
morout trenei put u* in mind of Peter S'mple't Adventure*."?
Timet.
II Sejanu*, and other Roman Tale*? by F.dward Maturin.
uttiir at*D*.
III. The Dwarf, a Dramatic Potm-b) Jtmea Ren, editor of
the Beautie* of \Veh?ter, Itct
IV. The Author'* Printing and Publithing Aaaittant.
V. The Monthly Chronicle of Original Literature? No. I.
VI. Cowper'* Letter* and Po?m*? edited by Orimthawe?
the firtt and only complete edition? tplendidly illustrated by
the Fmdeat ? In 8 volt.
VII. The Poetical Work* of Milton? in 8 cola,? with tplen
did illuitrationa, by Martin.
VIII The London F.ncyclop?rdia? complete in 33 vol*, large
8 vo. with nearly .WO iUii?tr*live plate*? half bound Ruvaia gill.
P iblithed and for *ala by
jyt-y r. SAUNDERS, HV Broadway %
?Irnlth and 8en>lliilliia(-BHlh.|lMWl I..I.
IN ?on*equenee of th? increaaiug palroa?g? to thit hoiite,
the proprietor hat been induce I to enlarge and make great
improvement*, and it now in complete readineta for boardert
and riaiier*. Thia ettahlithmenl it well known a* being the
nearett aea-hathing pUce to New York, (being onlj *4
fr?in Brooklyn,) and it pronounced by medical men and all who
?i?it it. a* being the mo?t healthy and delightful situation on
the inland. In front of the home i* a aplendid pro*p?cl of the
Atlantic Ocean, with all the thipping arriving and departing
from the port of New Vork ; in the rear I* an e*ten?ive viewot
l ong I*l?nd, with it* heiutiful cultivated fields. Adjoining
the house it a grnve of locuat tree*, a relreahmg *hade during
the hot weather. The hnthing-hiutr* an the beach are but a
ttone * tbrow from the home ; one for laitiea and children, and
the other for gentlemen. F.atra line* of ttaget will run to the
Bath a* foll'wt, vi?
From Fulton Ferry, Brookljn. From Bath Houte.
At |8o*?lo?k, A M. 7. .'dock, A M.
4 P.M. 8 A.M.
? P. M. I P. M.
,ejT lm* WM. BROWN. Proprietor.
FjpO (Tb TAIN * beautiful head nt Hair or in elegant pair i f
X black whi*ker*. nee W*elh'*f/ ream of LiIIm* Foraale,
genuine, eholetale and relail bt
je JO loC C H RINtf, Druggist. 644 Broadway.
WINDOW BLIND MANUFACTORY.
The *?b?c fiber respectfully bets to inform the public, thai
he has constantly ou haud a Targe and elegaut assortmeni
or every description of the pointed transparent washable win
dow ih.idet, consist ,ug of Italian and other landscape*, Diaphi
uou>, Chinese, Architectural and V'ancy Blind*, which he can
confidently recommend for their beauty, streu-th and great du
rabilUy, as they have been known, with common care to last
from ten to fourteen year*. The price* of the *hadei, including
cords, ta**el?, rack, ptillie*, and Attings forwiudow*, complete
vary from $7 and upwards, per pair. Blind* painted and fitted
to order, bv applying to GEORGE PLATT, 13 Spruce si.
N. B. Country dealer* supplied with blind* and blind fitting*.
ml?-!im*y '
TO ARCHITECTS. BUILDERS, AND OTHERS?
The lubtcriber* would retpectfully inform builder* and
*th?<*,that they have constantly ou hand, and are prepared to
furnish at short notice, architectural ornaments of tvery de
scription, "for the interior finishing of dwellings, churches,
and other public buildings," vizi capital* for columns, and
antae do. to all the order* of architecture, con*ole?, tra**e*, en
riched mouldings, roiette*, pUaret, frieze ornament*, lie. fcc.
Itc. to any *ize. The long proved quality of c?mpo*ition orna
ment*, a* executed by them, renders it useless to say much in
its eulogy; and, witn the means they posses*, and from long
practice in the execution of model*, mould*, and every depart
ment ol business, flatter themselves that for boldness of relief,
and general sharpness and beauty, their work will be found
much superior to any thing of the kind dona in any other place,
they having avoided that tiny, flat and undefined appearance, so
much and so justly complained of. Great attention having been
paid to the modes of manufacture, to insure the best quality, at
the lowest possible price, they are happy to say that their pre
*ent scale of price* will be found to be beyond the reach of
abatement or competition.
Builder* out of New York, in any part of the United State*,
wonld find a material saving, and likewise procure a superior
article by calling or writing for any thing of the kind the* may
require, as we have eu haud, and are enabled to fill orders to
any amount at very short notice
GALLIRR It MURPHY,
' Manufactory 6W Broadway,
nyliSa' Oue door from Nible*i.
PRICE NOT THE TEST OF CHEAPNESS
Political economists have frequently differed as to what wet
a fair, and at the same time, the surest measure of value ; but
we never yet eame across any one who had gravely recorded it
to be hi* opinion that the nominal price any article sold fbr, war
any measure of its actual value. Such a notion woulifcbe
deemed so great a fallacy, that its statement on paper as a logi
cal deduction, would prove its own absurdity, and yet, those in
dividuals who run about from one store to another for the pur
pose of ascertaining the minimum nuinher of dollars and ceutt
at which they can bt furnished with articles of food and rai
ment, of course commit a still reenter, becaute a more
practical absurdity, ihan any speculative philosopher would
do, who sat down in his closet to argue from such false
premises. The one would merely be laughed at as a visionary
schemer ; but the other is deemed nt only to graduate among tin
philosophers ef Lartuta, who contemplated making deal boardi
out of Sawdust, and extracting sunbeams from cucumber*. Ta
king that most important ol'all article* to nsen in thi* dressing age
a coat, whether frock, ores*, ridiug, or the kind called " top, it
matter* not, and tee how many different element*, all of which
affect the interest of the wearer, go to make un it* co?t.
1st, There is the raw material, aud secondly, the quality of
the dye used and the degree of skill possessed by the manufacture!
of the cloth. These primordial ingredients towards a eoat, itit
self evident, must vary as much as the wind, weather, or eves
woman's caprice; and 'idly, when it come* into the hands of" th?
Snyder," there i* the skill of the cutter, the quality ef the trim
rang*, and last, though uot least, the scientific qualificationt
which the artist may possess, who i* to *eud it "into thii
breathing world," not " a thing of thred* and patches," but at
article of beauty, utility aul luxury fated either to adorn, or
detecrate the human I'ormt. Other reason* could be adducec
to show that in cats, at least, many thing*, which the world at
large think* not of, should be taken iuto consideration be fort
its actual value can be ascertained. If the*e principle* are
based en truth, what folly i* it then, for men to waste theii
skoe leather in running after store*, or in finding out tailor*
who charge a low nominal price, wheu it i* evident that i* nei
the te*t of cheapness. They *hould not entirely ditrr^arc'
pi ice, but at the *ainc time, tftey should examine the material
ascertain the standing of the manufacturer of it i not neglect th*
skil of the cutter, and above all, pay especial attention to tht
qualifications of the workman, who is to give the finishing toucl.
to that which in its native simplicity protected the sheep, but
when a proper and scientific amount ol labor has been given tc
it, it capahle of adding dignity and heautv to the ?
? noblest work of God."
If this train of reasoning should happen to eoaviuee any ol
the bargain buyer*, that estimate article* by dollars and cent*
alone, they are advised forthwith to visit the cash stork ol
8. PHILLIPS, No. 106, William *TnicKT,and ascertain by the
evidence of their own eyes, if the articles of dress made up by
him, are not equal in quality, durability, cut and workmanship
to any produced by the most fashionahle houses in Broadway
Having satisfactorily solved this problem, they may compart
their several nominal price*, and he convinced, that altliougt
price i* not the te*t of cheapneaa, PHILLIP'S SYSTEM is?
lor although he import* the best article and employ* none but
the best workmen, he nevertheless sells for ready money, at 9<
per cent les* than is charged try those who do business on the
old aud exploded credit system. my'i8-3ra
PEACH ORCHARD AND GREY ASH COALS? Old
established Coal Yard, No. 670 Greeuwich. corner of
King street.? The subscriber, corvivor of the late firm of Sey.
monr It Xai.on, beg* leave to inform his friends and the public,
that he it new receiving a full supply of superior Teach Or
chard and Grey Ash Coals, which will be delivered from the
Yard or from vessels at the present low prices, free of cart
age. viz:
ForPhilad. broken Teach Orchard Coal from vessels,
$7 AO per to*.
" Broken Peach Orchard from yard, 8 AO ?* "
? Egg, ? ? ? 8 AO * *
u Nut, ? . 7 A# u -
Also, for sale, Liverpool, Sidney and Virginia Coals.
jy 10 Im WILLIAM SEYMOUR.
NO CURB NO PAY ?SANDS' REMEDY F?R THE
SALT RHEUM.
Fall Hirta, Mmi. May 8, IM.V).
Mettr*. A. B. k D. Band* ? lhadbeeu afflicted with the Salt
Rheum in it* *erere*t form for *everal year*, tnd at timet il
*? * to bad on my nand tand tn different part* of my body, a*
almost lo preren tan 'att? nding la butinet*. I Had made u*e of
a great number ofditT.-rent preparation* without obtaining but
little ifauy tear fit, ?ml I became *o much di*courag< d that I re.
?olred to uie bo more tin leu I could procure one warranted lo
cure. Hearing of your valuable Remedy, 1 went to Proi idence
and purcha*ed our doren of it, confident that if it cared me 1
rnuld di*po*e of hundred* of boirt. I u?ed H iminedietely?
received that it benefitted ma -and after u?ing it a few weekt,
wa* cured entirely, and my akin wa* a* fair a* ll I never had
had it. ll it now about two year* tiace I ?ai cured, and ?ince
that time I hate been entirely free from it. I hare unce told
hundred* of boiet lo my friend* and rut omen, and it hat hern
uted with almotl universal KKcett in every iiutauce. One lady,
who called on me for it, had the complaint is bad en her face,
that T csnid hardly bear to look at her. She bought one boi,
and in led than one week, the wa* comp?rati?r|y cared
??he wed only two botes, which entire!* cured her. In
?hort, inch ha* been il* tncce** in curing diMa et of the tkin,
that I think I t lion Id do thof laiurice who are timilarly at
flictfd did f not let ihem know the peculiar bentfil which I
bate received, and whiah I hare known koudredt of othert lo
receive from ike ute ol your ral'iahle remedy. TruW yonr*,
kr. EDWIN POR THH, Merchaat. Fall Hirer.
ll i* with much tati>fl*ction that the proprietor* are akle to
lay the aborc Certificate before the public, that all may tee and
know the great benefit which one indiiidnil it able to certify
to baring received, and known othert to rrceire frtn ih?- nte
?f Ihi* raluable me licine. Not only fir fait Rheum, but for
all other diteate* of the tkin, ?wh a* ring worm, Tetter, Scald
H*ad. Barhr r'? or Jack*on Itch, Ecttma, lie., Ihin medicine it
alto a certain cure. The Syrup of Sartaparilla it recommend
ed to be uted with the Remedy, a* il tend* lo Pur,'7 '"d throw
out from the blood nnd *)ttrm all lh* unhealthy humor con
nected with the di>eaae, and the application of the Remedy at
the taaie lima, entirely eradtealat il from the *y?tem. Numerou*
mataace* hare occurred where thit courte hat effected curet in
owe wck't time. Evtry perton afflicted with thrte coirplaiult
in any form, it inriled to make immed.ate ute of Ihi* raluable
medicine, and gel cured without delay. It i* warranted to
cure, ar the money will be refunded.
Preparrd and *n|d by A. B Si D. Sand?. 7# Fulton, N. E.
corner of Oold *treet, and 100 Full n. comer of William
and *old al*o by mo*t of the mpertable druggid* in the U.
Stair*. Price il. jeW-lm
( 1 HEAT ECONOMY IN Thk.Tlf.? J. R WAKKFlELD,
\J M. D., Deutnt. "fflee Rrea Iwat, retpecllu ly intVirm*
the pnhltc that he hat determined to rednce hit pricet of den
ial operation! to let* than one third hi* u*ual term*, and will
therefore in future intrrl Stockton'* bett mineral Sileciou*
Teeth at only two d illar* each. The utual charge* for tho*e
teeth, (which are uneau-tlled in thi* country or Kurope ) are
fr?m ?JMo 1 10 each. Terth haiid*anelv inaerted (fro n one to
an entire *el) upon gold plate*, prr.pnrtinnably law, and erery
other operation unon the teeth etecuted in a tuperior manner
and at *imilar reduced price*, all of whiah will \>e warranted.
Dr. Wakefi' Id ba* been engaged in hi* j?r -fe**ion for ten year*,
the la*t fi*e of which ha* hern principally in Philadelphia, and
ha* hitherto charged the tame price* a* other member* of the
piole**i?n. but hat after much reflection r>*olved lo adopt the
cheap ea*h *y*iem. ..nil thu* place it in the power of all rla**e*
to preserve and improve lho*e nece?*%ry organ*, the teeth.
Remember, tfflce -JW} Broadway, net t door below the W**b
in^tot Hotel. jyll-ft* ,
1 0AL ? MO Tom ke*t Sydney Coal, for *ale bj
J E. K. t'OLI INS, fc Co.
jySy Ml South *tree|.
^lULPHATKOI M OR THINK. Ju.t re. ei.ed and f, r vale
by LEWIS FF.UCHTWANOER,
iy J. y 1 ( hM Knit
T KITING, Printing and Wrapping Paper^ for tale by
. J rFRSftF. -V BROOKS,
jyl-y Paper Warehoutv. II Liberty (treat.
w
DYSPEPSIA may be cured without hating recourse to medi
cine, by using at a drink, Filtered Rain Water
[Aeerhethv.
J .PARKES, of No. 2 Wall *t., N. Y., Manufacturer of the
Fnglith Filterer, and late Foreman to the celebrated George
Robin*, of London, begs to inform the public tbat he ka* asso
ciated himself in buiiiueM with Mr. George Wade, the Pa
teatee of the double Filterer, and that they have now oa hand.
Machine* of either kind* warranted to perform satisfactorily.
Price from $6 and upwards. No connection with any other
persoa or persons, who are selling what they lerm filtering ma
chines.
Bills of particulars nay be had as above.
Filterer* repaired, and goods packed and sent to any part af
the world. jy4-lm*
triton Insurance com tan v,
No. *4 Wall itreet.
New York, Not. 8, 1838.
AT an Election for Director* of thi* Institution, held their
the following geutlemeu were uaanimou?ly chosen
vi? : ?
Robert L. Patterson, Henry Ogden,
Alexander Pattersoa, Robert C. Wetl*#re,
Cyrus Chenerv, Lawrence Hill,
Samuel D. Dak in, Henry Hariland,
John Wilson, Philip V, Hoffman,
Arthur W. Benton, D. H. Robertsoa,
John P. Austin, Jonaa Concklin,
Wm. A. Coit, Joseph Wood,
Ernest Fiedler, Charle* L. Vo*e,
Bradford Lincoln, George T. Fo*, Jr.,
John T, Howard, Joseph E. Bloomlield,
John F. Delaplaine, Joseph B. None*.
And at a subsequent meeting of the Board of Director*, the
follawing person* were uuaiiimnucly elected officer*, ?il
ROBERT L. PATTERSON, Esq. Presided
JOSEPH B. NONES, Vice Praaidenl
Ales. THOMrioK, Jr. Secretary.
Capt. Hector Cornis, Inspector.
Willi* Hall, Esq. Attorney.
The aboTe Company? capital all paid in and sa
cured according to law ? will insure marine, inland transport*
tion and navigation risk*, intludiug tkat of fire during trauiii
on liberal terms. ?y8-y
Office or the N. Asikrican Tml'st k Banrins Co. )
New Yore, July 3, 1839. {
{JCf DIVIDEND ? The Board of Director* have thi* day
declared a dividend of four per cent on the capital stock issued
payable to the stockholders or their legal reiireseatiTe*, on and
after the 25th inst. The Transfer Book* will be closed from
the 18th to the 20th instant, inclusive.
By order of the Board,
jyS-lm* WALTER MEAD, Cashier.
JUST RECEIVED KROM INDIA, YOUNO'S INDIA
HAIR RESTORER. ? This invaluable article, r u* line
of a decoction made from tropical herbs, ha? been r< . < ived,
for tilt- first time, from India, where the i tiv> < interior
districts are in the habit of utiug it as a i il> > <ly
against the decay of the hair ? and accident divuvred r ?-pa
cific sirtue to the propriety, who has slim t- ted it* rm l by
the most derided cures. All ages and both sexes may use it with
perfect security. In ONE or TWO applications it stops the
tailing off >f the hair, (if no destroying disetse counteracts its
efficacy.) id impirts the necessary vigor and strength for mak
ing tli'- in , imperceptible kair or dowu grow with unwonted
laxMi uce.
Sol at SMITH fc DE JON'OII, No 319 Pearl street, at $2
|>er battle, with directions how to use it. jy2-2w*
SCHOOLEY'S MOUNTAIN MINERAL SPRINGS.
MARSH'S HEATH HOUSE
THIS establishment, *o well known to the public, ha*
been open for the reception of company since the 13th of June
last. It i* deemed only necessary to *ay that the whole esta
blishment has been put in nnusual'ly good condition, and every
effort has and will be made to maintain the high reputation it
at present possesses, and make it even more desirable a* a place
of summer resart thau heretofore.
jy4-lm* E. MARSH Proprietor.
J. ST ON E.
PLUMBER AND ENGINEER,
No. 390 Broadway,
Manufacture* Lift, Machiue, Force, and other Pump*. 6xed
and Portable Water Closets, Hot, t (?Id. Shower and Vapor
Baths, Garden Engines and Syringes, Water Filter*, kc.
N. B. ? Information given relative to Hydraulic*, and Level*
taken for the conveyance of water. jel7-lm*
HKAi/rifl.
SALT WATRR BATHS
NOW OPEN
For the season at Caitie Gardeu and at tha foot of Desbrosse*
street, 3d Pier couth of Canal street, North River.
?jttO la
<*7- SYLVESTERS NEW REPORTER AND COUN
TEllFEIT DETECTOR is, nest to the Herald, the very be*l
and mast useful publication noweitaut, to the man of business,
it i* an excellent advertising medium, and the charges arc rea
?onaMe. It i* published every Tuesday morning, by SYLVE8
TER k CO.. IM Broadway. jelT*
SARSAPARILLA PORTER-A new and healthy Beve
rage. ? This Porter is manufactured by the subscriber* from
ingredient* perfectly inoffeusiee, there being no narcotic ased
in the composition. It combine* an agreeable tome, with an
alterative, admirably calcaiated to invigorate and produce a
healthy action throughout the lyatem.
The most delicate ran use it without the possiSility of cre
ating an undae excitement, at the same time derive all the ad
vantage* from it? tome properties that ean be obtaMed from
the beat Lund hi Part er.
The Sarsaparilla (introduced into the Porter) ha* long been
celebrated as a renovator of the syttem, purifying tha blood,
eradicating cutaneous diseases, kc.
F?*r a summer beverage for health, it is believed that thi*
Porter i* unsurpassed by any article ever offered to the public,
it being highly carbonated, and very grateful to the palate.
For sale, b) the gross or doten, by
WHITING k BAKCOCK, 21 Liberty street.
N. B. Delivered in any part of the city.
We have made trial of the Harsaparilla Porter, manufaaturad
and told by Metars. Whiting k Babcock, and have found it a
verjr litelv and pleasant beverage.
(? rom the ingredient* which enter into its composition, we
believe that it will be found a wholesome and refreshing drink,
and free from the unpleasant consequence* which follow the u??
of strong beer and porter.
ALFRED C. POST, M. D.
H. BORROWE, M D.
OILBERT SMITH. M D.
WILLIAM N BLAKEMAN, M. D
jel4 lm* E MEAD, M.D.
ft?- THE CHEAPEST -fg)
AND
MOST FASHIONABLE ESTABLISHMENT,
Hi'iai Ihr miMl rilf uiift and ?|>lruilid stock of Cloth*, Ca?*i
nrrn, Vntiup ami Huinmrr (km4t in lhl( city, which will be
made up in the{m?*t elegant style at the *horteat notice, at the
following price*. caah no d? livery, at the well known
CASH TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT OF
JAMES * TAYLOR.
M Maiden Lane and II Liberty ?t
liit or rrncu
Superfine black, blue or fancy colored Dreti
Coa'a, $14 U> 31
O^nllemen*' Riinurr Coat*. from S3
Caaaimere Pantalooaa, variety of pattern* and
colore, %4 SO to $9 SO
ThIi of ?ilk*. ? ?tin*. velveto, ca?imerea,Mar
Millaa, VaUttia* or I l.iKn < loth. $fj 9# te JU1
The iiublic will ot? aae ob*erve the above price* are 7# par
ceat h> low the ordinary price* of Merchant Tailor*. jc9ft-y
VKKHKNt < KH?I r?M MltVIXU
Verbena Cream ! ta thee I dedicate my lay,
For eaty shaving tliou'lt to ooue give way,
The lading, ?parkling, creamy froth, oa beard* the virtue* chew,
More fragrant than t te roae ! more white than laky mow ! 1
It would be iiaele** to eitol the prealiar emolieot pmpertiea
of " Ring'* Verbena Cretaa"? ita rich di rable lather with
warm, cold, *pring or rain water? it* entir.' freedom from all
?marling, rnln-*? er rougHnea* to generally complained of by
the u*e of otliee *eap* after ahaving. Prepared and *old by
CWAS. H. Rl V (J. Ml Broadway.
AI*o, for tale by A. B fc D. Hand*, 7f and 100 Fulton itreet;
Ouion, IS# Broadway; S. II. H. It F. A. Woodworth, 314
Broadways P. Dickie, 413 Broadway; E. M. Ouioa. roe. Bow.
ery and Orand atreet; J. Sjme, S3 Bowery, eor. of Walker ?L
je*) lm*
MF.DK INE ? HESTS, of new and elegant patt? rn*, rare
full* filled with the be*t of Medicine*, and tecarely pack
ed, for famtlie*, traveller*. ?hiu?. and plaiitatioa*. For tale by
RUSIITON k ASPINWALL,
*S William-*!., 110 Broadway, and 10 Aator House.
>16 lm*
EW ilEHl AM U E |)I\INI? ESTAil ISIIMFNT
S\NS SOL't I. SI Broadway ? The ? iriaity ??( tln? i-t
tahlishment to the chief mart of liiiaine*a, induce* the *?ib*crt
her to helieee it raa be make a place of acceptable re*ort for
gentlemen who arc in the habit of fining ib the lower part
tne city.
The Dining Hall it cool and *p*cion?, and will accommodate
50 or SO per*on* at a time. The appointment* of the table, , and
the attendance, are of the Aral order; ami the charge* m ill he
quite a* mod-rate aa at other re*pectahle Houae* in the neigh
hirlmod ofbuainea*. The Wine* alto will be found of*uperior
quality, and at price* more than u?iall? rea*on*Me.
(leatlemen ar? requeated toeiamine the new tariff of pricea
and the quality of the wine*
Choice Soup, wilt he in readine** every day at 19 o'doeh.
Dinner will be terved from i t> ? o'clock.
Coffee, Chocolate. lcaCre?m. Pa?lry, < oafectioaary. Roman
and Arrack Tunch, k(. at all hour*.
The Coffee aad Reading Saloon front* oa Broadway, wfi
the mo?i agreeable apartment of the kind in the city,
EDWARD MILFOHD, Agt nt, late oft arltoa Ho nee
jyS-Iw* and formerly Prepiietor of Americra Hotel.
N1
AacliM HalfM.
M
NKW YORK TATTERSALLS. ? l%a
regular hIm by uttioi,il thi? wsU knows w>
tahlishment, of florae*, Carriages, lie., c?A>
one to take place nt every Monday, at II
' o'clock, throughout the year.
The tint regular tale will take plase on Monday, July 1Kb
at 11 o'slock, coinmcusing with Carriages, Harness, ac., and
13 o'clock the tale of Horses will commence.
Gentlemen having Hone* to dispose of, are requested M
make early application, *o a* to *ecnre a geod number en the
catalogue, a* *<> horse can be offered at auction unless rejfi* tar
ed tune Tor a number oa the catalogue, for whish purpose 4m
regiiier will be kept open till Saturday, 13th July, at ? F M
GEO. W. MILLER,
jy?-y Successor to J. W. Wat sou, 446 Broadway.
NEW YORK BAZAAR"
For Plaia aad Fancy Papnr Bmm af all
P
that b.
Ni
191 Fnltna atrcel,
Tkree doors froai Nastaa J
ww von*
OQh City and country merchauu will find constantly a vary
arge ttock en band. They can be accommodated at *nort no
tice to any si*e or any quantity they pirate, *l?e,b7 (kipping
them in so profitable a packing as may be desired to aay part of
America.
Real genuine Cologne Water, imported from Germany, af ?
most tuperior quality? will ?ati?fy every purchaser.
Alio, iuit received by late arrival*, a fine lot of
COLOHKD AND iTIARBliI PAPER,
af the m *t beautiful patter**. myll-f
A V I LI ON" NEW BRIGHTON, opposite New fork
_ City ? Thi* delightful location, half an hour's sail from the
City of New Yerk, u now opened on the summer arrangement
for the accommodation of biarders aad visiters. Families caa
have room* to iuit. The upper roam* are reserved far tingle
gentlemen, ami will be let on reasonable te>m*.
The (teamboat* now leave the city at 7, 10$, 3J. IJ aad 7
o'clock ; and the hland at 7, 10, 1. taad 6 J, (etcept Sunday)-?
on that day they leave from 8 o'clock in the moraiag till 7 in
the evening, every two hours.
The Kendall Band i* engaged for the *ea*on.
The Salt Water Bath ara iu complete readine** for bathing.
je38-tf
BRANDY WINE SPRINGS HOTEL.
THIS e*tabll*hmeat will be opeueH for the reception of
company oa Monday, the I7th of June.
The proprietor has engaged Mr. WM. H. RUSSELL,fo?
merly of Boston, a* steward, Mr JAMK9 M SEYMOUR, M
the office, aad Mr. J. B. DOBNY, a* coadactor of the Balk
and Concert*. JAMES M. SANDERSON,
jefl twist 1 ?t A Proprietor
PEAKSALL'S NASSAU COFFEE HOUSE.? The Sub
?cril'?r mo*t respectfully inform* hi* friend* aad the public
a* fitted up and furnished the buildinc No. 04 and i0
Uri el, three iloor* east of Maiden Lane, in the most ele
e .i as a Refectory. Gentlemen doing busine** in the
i of the city will And it a convenient aad pleasant
me.
flatter* himself, from the experience he haa .
that he is able to coiu|>ete with any ather
in In ....
N i i?criber i* prepared to furni?h dinner* and
collatioii a Hit: *horte*t notice. All order* left at hia old es
tablishment. Fulton market corner of Front street, ar at the
above number* Na**au (treat, will be attended to.
Hot Breakfast from 0 to 10 A. M.
?' Dinner " 13 M. to 4 P. M.
" Supper " 6 to 9 P. M.
jc39-lm* D. PEARS ALL.
SECOND WARD HOTEL.? Neat to the corner f
Fultoa street, in Na**au *treet Thi* well known establishment
having undergone a thorough refitting, is now in cumplete order
for the accum mediation of these who may honor it with their
patronage. ......
There are in this house, besides the lower story .which i* thrown
entirely open a* a public bar room, a large room upon the se
cond story, 76 feet by 34, well suited for the accommodation of
public meeting*, together with several tmaller one* adapted t*
the use of clubs referees, or for the transaction of other peiv*?e
buaine**.
Clubs and private parties accommodated with roo as, and
may be furnished with dianem or t uppers, composed ef eve^r
ncciii of game or delicacy which the market* afford at thort
uotiee. fjell-y] EDMUND JONES, Proprietor.
MCKEKBOCKER MALL. No. I? Park Row.? The sub,
seribtr* having opened the above house on the EURO
PEAN PLAN, would respectfully inform their friead* and the
public, that they are now ready to accommodate them ia * ttvle
not to be surpassed by any similar house in thi* cits. Tsii
house will always be furnished with everr convenience, and all
the laxuries ef an unrivalled market. There are one hundred
lodging rooms, which are airy newly furnished, and in perfect
order. The Ordinary, beine on the first Iloor, i* spacious, neat,
convenient, ami well furtiisned , and the tables shall al ways be
supplied with all the variety the market afford*, served ap by
experienced cooks.
The marked tucce** which haa attended ostnblidi wants of
this kind, is sufficient evidence of their adaption to both business
men and travellers.
Oentlemrn visiting the city, wfll find this a most desirable and
central situation, being nearly ou Broadway, fronting the Park:
and, ia short, conceatrate* the beauty and elegance ef local ana
transitory objects of attraction aad splendor with which New
York abound*. EDSALL It JONES.
N. B.? For the accommodation of Travellers, this honee will
be open at all hoars ef the night. al-lf
N* EW REFECTORY ? J. SWEENEY mCsrme ha Inend
and the public that he has opened a new Refectory, ia thai
large and elegaat building, No. 144 F niton street. Pish, Flesh
anil Fowl are always to be foand en hia tables, aad every detiea
cy of the season provided as sooa a* it aanears ia the aufhet- -
No rare or atteatiou will be wanting oa Us part, to give genor J
tatisfartien, and he hapes to And that generosi* aneoarngenenl
which he is determined to <*cecrvo.
i lo-ii J. SWEENEY
D' ANIEL iWfclNfcf, II Ana *ireei, returas his since* a
thanks to his numerous friend* far the liberal snpportthey
have uniformly readered him since he first opened hie Kefaotorg
aad assures them that it will be hi* constat ' endeavor to merit
?oiiliuuanee of thair approbation. His table is aiways I urniehee
with the best the market afford* , and those who may honor his
table with their presence, may depend apoa beiag served with
cleanliness, civility and promptitude. jl0 tf
H~TSCUIT B A HER l\? if. r H R A 1 M TREADWELL mm
tiaaes the Biscuit Baking at 376 Washington street, cor*
aer of Warren street, snd ha* constantly for tale
SODA BISCUIT, MILK BISCUIT,
BUTTER CRACKERS WINE BISCUIT
WATF.R CRACKERS, SUGAR CRACKERS,
PILOT BREAD. All of the first qual it*.
E. T.'s *maM Pilot Bread is the site for the Sooth American
and West India markets.
Any of the above articles caa be delivered ia good order for
exportation, at short notice. jel3-0m*
U~ YDERA NORTHERN ~ AND SOUTHERN GEN)
TLEMKN'S FASHIONABLE BOOT AND SHOE
ESTABLISHMENTS. No 6 Beekmau street, New York,
aad No. 18 Natehet street, New Orleans.? Southern gentlemen
visiting the city of New York, are respeetfally iaforaaed that
they will tied a full assortment of Opera aad Dress Boot*. Un
ion Shoe*, Fancy and Dre** Pumps, and Gaiter* of the came
style and quality ae were furnished tbem at No. 10 N*tche? st,
New Orleans, and which abiained the first premium at the Into
Fair ia that city.
Gentlemen purchasing or giving order* for fine Boot* for the
Charieetoa, Mobile, New Orlean*. Natehee, Vicnshurgh, or
any of the southern or south western eitiee, are levited to ril
aad etamiae a splendid article of light Drss* Boots, made of
French imparted stock ia the latest Parisian fashion, at No. 0
Beekmsn street, Clinton Halt, New York, eppeeite the Park.
URIAH RYDER.
Jl. B. First Premium at the American Institute, New York
es n ** Mechanic.* Institute, "
mvt- tf ?? " " late fhir al New OHaana.
Military and firemen's ? aps militari
HORSE EQUIPMENTS, Leather Use Cases, GaaM
tad Shot Bags. < artridge Botes. Belt*, Scabbards and Knaft
?ark*. All the above article*, Wh.,le#? and Retail at UUaal
prices, ? also, Tranks. Valices, Carpet bags, Rat Boaes and
every thiag io his liae of basins*.
HENRY fc GRATACAP,
S03 Brosdway, betweea White and Walher streets.
N. B. Cempaaie* about forming, both Military aad Firemen,
caa be furnished with t'ap* at the shortest notice. ary 14-Sm*
UtM E ? The fubsenbtr offers for salt on very favosa
We terms
?00 psir very best made and warranted hnronehe tpnag*
flOO 14 ? tt ? tteps
MO sett a mm kowt
90.000 lbs. malleahls coach castings
WO sett haroacbe aad coach ailes, warranted
? 000 pair Vermont wood hnraes*
10 (WO pair plated and brass da
?0 sett very Kae bras military bit* aad ttimps
100 do do saddle cloths
10,000 yds coach lace, assoi ted; together with s full aaaoH
ment of saddlery and eoarh hardware, aa?l Newark mallsable
ratting*. JNO. i. SUMMEHS,
jy?-eo.l3m' 110 Water *.
JN
WHITE TUSCAN HATS-For tale al
?0 WILLIAM-STREET.
This article is entirely new. snd its properties surpassing
ell is a kiad of pearl white, aad very light It is taid by
? of great taale t? be the mo?l beselifal shape that haa
been seen for many years
English |)un*tan.'t Leghorn, and Tuscan Halt, of the Samt
\aalitiee. alv aytk ?) an hand ? a aew and elegant at tort meat
of rich Lulettring n ?v.>a* selling at thi* E*tabli*hmeat, st un
common reduced prices
The: subscriber, T. BENNETT, begs the favor of a anil
from his customers, jelB-lm*

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