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The iuui *aip LIVER
POOL, 1140 tons burthen
and 400 htn* power, R. J.
, Fatreb, R. N., commander,
? m appointed to *ail u follow* :
From Next York. From Liverpool.
18th May. 90th April.
0th July. 10th Jum.
34th August. 1st August.
19tb October. 94st September.
14th December. 10th November.
Fare to Liverpool, thirty Ire guineas ($163 SS) ia the aft,
and thirty guineas ($140) ia the fore laloon, including wines
and all stores. No second class passengers taken. Children
under IS aad servants half price.
An experienced surgeon aecompanioa this ahip.
For passage or freight, apply personally ?r by letter to
*10 ABM. BELL Jt CO. Agents, 117 Fulton it, N. V.
The Steam ship BRITISH
QUEEN, Lieut. Richard Rob
ert!, R. If., commander. ? Thi?
?plendid Steamship, hurthea
9010 ton*, aad 000 horse power,
I will tail froaa Londea on the
, Wth of June, and Portsmouth
i li ? ? Oil 1st of Julv.
The day* appointed for her departure from this port for
London, are 1st August, lit October, and 1st December.
The rate of passage i* fixed a* follow*: ?
Saloon, ? 26 guinea*, or $103 33
Lower state-rooms, ? 30 guinea*, or $140 00
Fore saloon, 00 guinea*, or $90 33
Children, under 14 Tear*, half price.
- For freight, (*f winch thi* ihip will take 000 ton*,) or pas
sage, apply to WADSWORTH k SMITH,
4 Jone*' Lane, rear 10S Froat *treet,
Agent* of the Br. It Am. Steam Nay. Co.
An experienced Surgeon will be attached to the ihip. Plan*
of the cabin* may be seen at the office of the consignees.
trip* j?er day from eack plaoe. ? The new and
"splendid iteamboat PASSAIC, Capt. P. W.
Martin, on aad after Thursday, May 9th, will run between
Newark and New York, making three trip* a day from each
place, and leave at follow*: ?
Centre wharf, Newark,! From foot of Barclay *t. N. T
04 o'clock A. M. 8^ o'clock A. M.
lof ? 12} P. M.
5 ?' 6* ? ?
On Sunday* the Passaic will run and leave
Coat re wharf, Newark, I Foot of Barclay *L, N. York,
?? o'clock A. M. 10 o'clock A. M.
S * P. M. I * " P. M.
The Pa**aic will land at Bergen Point on her &J and 9 o'clock
trip* down, and I) and o'clock trip* up. On Sunday* she
will land on her p.-.isage down and up each trip.
. Fare to Newark, 18j ct*. Bergen Point, 13J|ct*.
The steamer Passaic is remarkanic for speed: performing
the di*tan?e hi from 1 j to If knar* each trip. Ladies will find
thi* route very pit a?*nt and particalarly advantageous, as the
iacoavenience of changing from car to ferry boat with baggage
ia avoided. Good* *nJ freight taken on reasonable term*, but
only at the risk of the owner*. mv33-y
Norfolk. Charleston, 8. C., Petersburg, and
? Richmond. ? The steamboats ALABAMA,
KENTUCKY and JEWESS, all boats of tneed and accommo
dation, will commence running daily on the Ar*t April, between
Baltimore Norfolk, and Portsmouth, leaving the lower end o I
Spear't wharf every afternoon at 3 o'clock, or immediately af
ter the arrival of tlie ears from Philadelphia, and will arrive
Aext mtraiug at Portsmouth in tine for the car* for Wilming
ton, and thence steamboat* to Charleston. Returning will leave
Portsmouth every day after the ear* arrive from the South, and
reach Baltimore u'xt morning ia time for tke car* for Phila
These boat* run in connection with the well known (team
packets Georgia and South Carolina which leave Norfolk
ovcry Saturday for Charleston, giving travellers a choice. They
also run ia connect inu with the James Ri?er boats to Peters
burg and Richmond. Strangers are informed (old travellers
know) that this i? the cheapest aad most comfortable route for
southern travellers at there are no changes froaacars, steam
kouts. and ?ta?es dead uf night, as on lhe*Va?hiniton
"? ? f h? mOV*"* the tr?*cMiD? pari <>f thr
aO?' inanity will patronise them, in giving equal facilities and
Mperiof comfort.
Putsare and fare to Norfolk, $0. JOHN W. BROWN,
mM-tf Arent.
HOBOKEN WALKS.? Thi* beautify
pjace of lunmfr retreat i* now ia perfect
? order for the reception of company, aad ia
owe af the amt pie as?nt retreat* iu the world. To rerape fma*
the heat and du*t of the city, aad enjoy the fool tli^dat and re
freshing breetea of tbia pl?c, is * luiury ?h?fc all c?? appre
ciate. Boat* pit coiis'aafly from Barclay street, and two boat*
leave Canal aa<l Cbrutopher *trc?t* every thirty minute*. Cue
boat run- until 10 o'ikcJi ia theaveaiag, lea run Barclay (tract
M 8.9. 10 oVIuck.
Fare tti ceat*. jylP-lm*
< Jraa?v Potat, Caldwell1!, Cold Spring, Fi(h?
? ? kill, Hamburgh, and Milton.
The aew and ipUudid steamboat OSEOLA, Capt. Miehell,
mil lc are New York from tie foot of Chamber* dreel
every afternoon ( Sunday eicepted) at 4 o'clock. Retaraing,
leave Poitehk?ep?ie erery moraiag (Rundav etcepted) at 7
o'clock. Landing at the old itatt*? prison, faot Amo* (treat,
each way.
All Oooda, Freicht, Rank BilU, Specie, or any other pra
perty t?k< n or *hip|*ed oa board of till* boat, m?it be at the
nek of the owners (hereof. myM-7m
Regular daya of leaving New York this month, Wednesdays
and Saturday*.
I The new, elegaat, aad faat (ailing (tramer
JOH N W Rl< HMOND, Captain Wm. H.
"Towasend, will learr for the at.or* plare?, oa
Saturday, Jaly 6 k, at 4 a'cloek, from Pier No. A North Riser.
Far farUier ialormatiou, apply to
at the office on the wharf.
Traveller* may be aesarvd that thie boat will not race with
My boat that may be put ataiad her, but will proceed oa her
raute aa if no other boat was ia company. jeS-tm
Daily, (Sunday* eicepted) at 4 P M . from
Battery Place, Pier Na. I, Norlh River,
?ia. Stoauigion, Newport aad Provtdeaae. Steanwr* Maeea
ahneetta, Capt Comatock ; Narrafaneett, Capt. Child i Lei
ingiati, Capt Vaalerbilt. Oae of the a bare koala will leave
New Y r>rh daily, eacept Sunday.
Paaaeagera, oa the arrival of the steamer* at Stnaiag
ton, may take the Railroad ran aad proceed with tke mail
immediately to Bo? on. or ma* oontiaue in the ilHicr. ela
Newport, and talae the Railroad ear* at Providence for Boe ?n
The (learner NARR \QA NNETT, CapL Child, will
leave thi* aOernooa Tueaday, 314 Jaly, at ? o'atoafc. and
the LEX I NO rt?N. I!api. V anderhilt. tomormw. m>
NONK ? The (teamhoat SARA TOO A.
< apt Wileaa, will leave the loot of Liberty
?treet,on Tueadaya, Thursday*. and Saturday*, at two o'clock ,
F. M. Th>* b?al ia well calculated to carry all knvltof freight,
aad haa superior aecommod tion for paaaengvra, only drawing
SO inrhes water, and i* 900 toaa barthea, aud well calculated
for the Paaaaic River.
For freight or paaaage, apply to the Captaia on boa^d or to
earner of Weat and Liberty (treat.
N. All kind( af freight taken on Hoard of ih'? Boat at
reaeonable rate*, ?* delivered at twa o'clock oa the day ?f tail,
tag. jelO-laa
Laa iing at 1't# u(ual Undines ? The ara and
'eomaio'li "is (teaml-"at U I I ' * A . ? apiaio
Trweadell, will lease the steamboat pier, loot of Courtl iailt at.
on Saturday afternoon, Jaly 9t, at * a'cloek.
? Far freight or ps?a??r, apply ta CROOK k FOW||F.B,eor
?er of Weit and Liharty street*; PETER C. RCHUL I Z, at
the oAc.e, <tr the Captain oa board.
AM goods, ireifht. Hank bills, specie, ar any other kiad of
property, taken or shipped oa heard of this baat m?(i be at the
VUk of the owner* thereof.
N- B. For the better accommodation of the up to wa pea
aemgera. this boat will land at the Old Priaoa Wh<ff. foat at
Mammo iH street. my4'-7m
M)K f^KKKisklLt, "Vekclank *
point, orassy point. sino RING,
TINOS AND YONKF.RS? Thenewaud.pleudl i (teHmboat
JtOSCIliSKO, Cajit II. Haywood, will tote I be foot of Rob
taoon dreet. (eil ab<ive Barrlay.) every morning. ( Frid iys e*
aepted.) at 7?Vlo?k. (topping al the OM Htaie Prison wharf
Mch way Retarnine, will leave Peekakill at I a'rleck.
Breakfaai awl Diiiiicr on board.
f. 8 la order to affoid pasaenger* morr time to apend 'a the
different place* the K?eeia?ho wul leave IVekskill at fo'clock
<fc>r thia trip only.)
For i he aa< comm nlalioa af paeaeager*, she wiR make a trip
em Friday, leas b?g as above.
For farther iaform*tiaa. inquire of HAWKINS A WIL
LIAMMON. No. 07 W?*t .tract, where pwofcageo, frae^ht tu
w* be reaeirvd for ibe boat jj 9-y
landing at the intermediate landings.- The
'new and elegant steamboat ROCHESTER,
Captain A. P. St. John, will leave the Steamboat Pier between
Toot of Coarllaudt and Liberty ft*., on Monday afternoon,
July 22, at ft o'clock.
for nhwi or freight, apply to
Comer of Wot and Liberty tti,
of r. C. SHUI.TZ, at the office,
or the Captain on board.
N. B. ? AB goods, freight, baggage, bauk bills, specie, or any
other kasd of property, taken only at the riik of the owners
hereof my22-7m
NO MONOPOLY? OpponUtn Lint Jtr
JILBJiNY? Ka?? Kiduceu.
Fare to Albany, Oue Dollar.
' Poughkee|>sie, Fifty Canta.
M Grassy Point, 124 cent*.
The 'arre and commodious steamboat WASHINGTON,
Capt. A. Degroot, will leave the foot of Robin?on si reet, for
Albany, ou Ti'esdat Evnwinu, July 28d, at 0 o'clock, landing
at the old 8t?te Prison Dock, Orasiy Point, Caldwrlt'a, New
burgh, Poughkeepsie, Kingston Paint, Catakill, Hudson and Cox,
Freight taken at moderate prices.
For freight or passage apply to the Captain on board or to
VI. If. k D. R. MARTIN, No. 114 W(?t at. Her regular days
of leaving New York will be Tuesdays, Thursdays a> d Satur
days; leaving Albany for New York on Monday, Wednesday
and Friday evening, at 9 o'clock.
N. B. All persons are forbid trusting any persons on account
of the steamboat Washington or owners. jy 22 1 im*
BANKS. ? The Steamboat SUPERIOR,
CapL James H. Leeds, will leave the foot of I
Warren street, on Tuesday morning, July 23d. at 9 o'clock ;
the old State Prison Wharf, at quarter past 8, the foot of Ful
tou street, E. R , at 9, and pier No 1, E. R., at quarter pa-t 9
o'clock, for an Excursion to the Fishing Banks, and will return
to thecity, about A o'clock, P. M. Fare for the whole trip, 75
cents? Meals extra. A person will be on board to fnruish linos
for those who wish. Bait famished gratia. jyJOSt*
To the foot of Canal street, New York.
The steamboat ORANUE, Capt. Isaao
Scot*, will leave Fort Loo and New York,
touching at BallH Ferry, 4nily, until further
Leave Fort Lee one hour before aanrioe, 8 A. M., 12 M., ft
Leave New York, 7 A. M., 10} A. M.. 2* P. M., 8* P. M.
On Sundays, if fair weather ? Loave Fort Lee, ft A. M., tty
A. M , 12 M., 4} P. M.
Leave New York, 7$ A. M.,10* A. M , 2 P. K.
On Fridays, leave Fort Lee, 9 A. M., and New York, 2d
Stages will be iu readiness at Fort Lee to convey passengers
to Harkensack. All packages to be left at Brnjaiiiiu Mo it's,
>11 Spring street Freight taken only at the risk of the re
spective owners. Fare to Bull's Ferry, 12J cents ? to Fort
Lee, 18j cents ? Commencing u Saturday, June 1st, 1839.
jy? 1m*
Notice to Merchants and all Business M?u.
WILLIAM F. HARNDEN. having made ar
rangements with the New York and Boston
Transportation, and Stonington and Providence
Rail Koad Companies, will run a car through
from Boston to N.York, and vice versa, via Ston
ington Rail Road, wiih the Mail Tram, bally, for the trans
portation of Specie, small packages of Goods, and bundles of I
all kinds. Packages sent by this Line will be delivered early '
on the following morning, at any part of the city, free of
charge. A responsible agent will accompany the car, for the
Cu> pose of purchasing goods, and collecting drafts, notes and
ills ; and will transact any other business, that may be en
trusted to his charge.
Packages for Salens. Lowell, Andover, and Worcester. Ms.;
Portsmouth and Concord, N. H.; Gardiner, Augusta, Portland,
and Bangor, Me., will be forwarded immediately on their arri
val in Boston.
All Packages mast be sent to Ofioe, No. 2 Wall stroot, New
George Bond It Sons, )
Bryant, Sturgis k Co., I
Nathan Hale. Esq. I
J. W. (Mark k Co.
B B. Mwoey, J
John T. Smith It Co. l
?JL W^re, r
N. B. All package, and bundleo must be marked to his eere.
Wm. F Harnden is alouo responsible for Uto 1 -so or injury
of any article* or property committed to his cate; nor is aay
risk assumed by, or can any bo attached to the Boston and New
York Transportation Company in wheoe steamers his crate Is
to bo transported, iu respect to it, >r its contents, at aay time
FOR LIVERPOOL. ? Ntw Line ? Regular Packet
? f the Mtk Jaly ? The elegant racket tfhiu ROS
C1U8 Opt. John C'oUiaa, of 1100 toM .will tail at
For freight or ptaMft. having accommodation! aacqualle<
for tpieadar and comfort, apply on board at Orlaaai Wharf
foot of Wail ?t., or to ? K. COLLINS k CO.,
M 9*?th at.
The packet .hip SIDDONS, < apt. A. t. Palmar, will tucceed
the Rotciua, and tail the Still of Auguit. jrV
Mcatskill moun rAirTHousc atthkpine
ORCHARD, 1830.? Thia wall known and fatkionable
retort ia bow anderfoiag considerable repair, and will be
npan fur the reception of vititnra June Mlh. TTia road* leading
to thta ettablithmral have alto undergone a thorough repair, at
peci-tllr that portion of it oa the nvo?itaia kat bwt randered
perfectly infa ami tmooth.
The itaget will run regularly during the aeaaon batweea the
Landing and the Mountain Houte. aad ? ill be found in rexdi
neat at aM timet on ihe arrival uf the boati at tke <-ntik ill Land
ing. Litre carriage! furntthed either at lite Landing or Moun
tain Houae on the thorteit no Ufa.
jelt im' C. L. BF.ACH.
For ahaapu* <a and durability, are not turpaaaed by any
heretofore offered. They combine all the requttiu
qualilietaf the more coal ly for color, lifhlueta, dura
bility and luitre, at the rednced price of f). Their aalei
are lor taah. which precludet the necetuly of cVarging tke gooc
cuatomer for lott incurred by the had. The public ar. invited
to itamine their Hata at BROWN li CO.'S wholeaale aad ra
tail warehouse, No 178 Chatham Square, corner of Mott at.
New York. my!!-***
LOOK AT THIS.? Who koept the mott tpJen
did Boot eatahlialiment in tie cit)T Aimwer?
OLD BOSS KIC'HA RDS k CO., at 540 (.'anal itreet, riinmni
thaaugh to 484 Orecnwieh atreet. On there or tip top faah
ionable and durable Boota and Skoaa, and anve fram A to 30
per cent. 340 Canni ilrurt, uga of tke largett boot in the
world. je3b- 1 m*
Dr. Taylor't Balaam of Liferwort will be f?an<l an imme
diate and mm ereiga remedy. For mora than aeven yaara kae
this medicine tlood the teat nf etp-rienre by numerous phyti
eianv and at nil timet h<t proved itielfof ahuudant virinet. ?
For conaumption in ilt Ant ataget, roiigkt, atibm?t. ipittinc of
blood, fcc , it it a certain aad tpeedy cur*. We refer to the fol
lowing pera>nt ?
Mra. tireea, 9 C.roaby ilreet; JliD'l Cowm, 4M Bowery; J.
Kavanagh, #40 Water itreet; Joel Tarkiua, JM$ Third ttreel;
M? Newberry. 'MO Bowery.
Remember the genuine medicine it told by tke proprietor, at
S7? Bowery.
A genii ? l#ra. Have, 1 39 FaMon it reet, Brooklyn; A. B
Shaw Albany; David Hunt, Uticaj Andrew Oliver, Little
Falla; J. Prouly k ?. o., < >. ae ?a , Jamea Rea, Pate rt on.
jy 90-dSi k Wlf
NOrirt.-Tha nndertign?d hereby gieet notice, that in
confluence nf reeeai aelt af Chriaiian Slug, fcrmerly
in th?>m;.|> y of F. Schwnna k ( ??., he kna haan compelled oa
behalf of tiimielf aad hie partner, Jonathan Akrayd, to af<ply a
aec?>ad lime to the Chancrllor of the Stale of New Torn (or
relief An lajuaction hai aeeordu fly ke> a greeted by 0i?
( haneellor, bt which tbe laid I'hrnliaii Kkf, aad hit Ay nit.
Coaa>ellort, AtUmi yt and 8a i ilert. are ordared " Abaoluta
ly to deaiat and refrain from intrrm-ddltng with of di-?oei?g
of any of the property and rffei teof the latelrmofF. Kenwaan
k Co , or any del u due ia the lair Arm, or an? goode r>f a har
peraont, which had been consigned to the ?aid Ira preriaua ta
the da'e of the agreement of ihe Nth June, IMS, in Ihe taid
Sill meaiioaed, ar with ilir B~"k? of tha ?aid fnm.oraay of
the pautra iherenf, aad from r?reivng, ar rollertiag. or tliapo
ting ?if an, moaiet or other proceed* of goodi, ar rffe It. or
m<iniea of (he taid Arm or a( goodt ?n co' ti^ned, aad from in
lerfering with the potaettioa of Ihe laid gomlt hy the com
p'amani or either of them, or their agrn't, or tervaa'a, or from
pri vniing i hem, or ant of ih?m from enler ng the nora No.
42 F.tehante Place, fur tha |>nr|?ot ? of taking |H>tt?tti >a af he
taid (foodt aad effecta, ami rrmuvuig them from the t?i?l itore."
Tne nnd' r?ig,ied giv>? i hit notice for Ihe purpoie af appri*
inc all pertona having hutineaa iramaciioiit aiik thr (rm of F
?>chw.an k Co., iha taid I hrttliau K ng ha? no authority to
Iraatar' *?> b' liurta, r> eeive any moaiea. ar do any ihiag for
ar on h. half ? f tlx mid Aim of Hrhwanu k and al?a thai
the ??id ? :hritiian King hat no authority la weive or colkcl
miy monirt for g ><>dt "eloping lo or couiigned 10 laid Arm, ami
aolil l y him in hi* individual u.im>
N B ? The OlSce for the liqiodaiioo of tbe aff .ira i4 9
Schwann k ( n i? removed lo M ,1, jyffV9w*
JF.NNISON 8 LATF.ST Imprwveai I'rmian ReMgara
a to* Faciary wad Ware B i ?? , rn% Bf?a4way For Mia
?ebolaauie and ratatf. >ll-iM*
Par Plain aad Fancy Paptr Bcim ml m M
MM Alt* l|IM,ll> BVBBT ITTtl, 1N? roB AW*
liki or immiii
191 Pall*a ?treat,
Three door* from Nimu
t*?w t*>i
9Cf~ City wad country mercbuu will find eon* lastly a ??a
arge itock hand. They cua be accommodated at *bort at
?ice to any siae or any quantity tfiey please; alt#, b / ihippiiu
them lq to profitable n packing a* may b? detired to aay part 0'
lUal genuine Color ae Water, imported from Oermaay, of ?
mo*t tuperior quality ?will *ati*fy every purchaser.
Alio, ju*l received by late arrival*, a tine lot of
of the m >1 beautifrl patters*. myll-y
Pall Rivbb, Mbm. May 8, 188P.
Meter*. A. B. k D. riarda ? lhad beea afflicted with Ike Salt
Rheum ib it* *evere?t form for *eveml yean, and at time* it
wat so bad on my a and ?nd ib diOereat parti of my body, a*
almoit to preven im \attendiag to bBiinea*. 1 had made use of
a great aumber ofdiftrrent preparation* without obtaiaiag bat
little if any benefit, aud I became *u much discouraged that I re
solved to u*e no more uuless I could procure one warraated to
cure. Hearing of your valuable Remedy, I weal ta Provideace
and purchased one dozen^of it, conhdeut that if it cured ma I
could dispose of hundred* of boie*. I uaed it immediately?
received tkat ii beuefilledmc ? and after wing it a few week*,
wa* cured autirely, and my *kin waa aa (Vir a* if I never had
had it. It i* now about two year* aiuoa I waa cured, and s*uoe
that time I have beeu entirely free from it. 1 have tince icld
hundred* of hose* to my Iriend* aad cuatomer*, and it ha* been
u*ed with almost amveraal success in every instance. One Udj,
who called on me for it, had the complaint *a bad an her fine,
that I coald hardly bear to look at ker. She bought aua boi
and in Irt* than one week, the wa* comparatively eared
? ?he u**d only two boles, which entirely cured bar. la
?hurt, ?ueh ha* been it* taceaa* in curing diaea a* of the (kin,
that I think I ahould do thoae injustice who are similarly af
flicted did I not let them know the peculiar beaefit which 1
have received, and which I have knonn hundred* of otkar* to
receive from ike use oi your valuable remedy. Truly yours,
ke. EDWIN PORTHR, Marchaut. Kail River.
It ia wlik much satisfaction that the proprietors are able to
lay the above Certificate before the public, that all may tee aud
know the great benefit which one individual i* able to certify
to having received, and knewn other* to receive trom the a*e
af this valuable mrJicine. Nat only for Salt Rheum, but for
all other disease* of the skin, such as riug worm, Tetter, Scald
Head, Barber'* or Jackson Itch, Ectema, kc., llii* medicine is
alsa a certain cure. The Syrup of Saraaparilla is recommend
ed to he used with the Remedy, as it tends to vurify anjl throw
out from the blood anil system all the unhealthy humor con
nected with the di?ea*e, and the application of the Randy at
the *ame time, entii<ely eradicates it from the *y*tem. Numerous
instances have occarred where this course has effected cure* in
one we< k'? time. Every persan afflicted with theaa compUiuts
in any form, is invited to make immediate uae of tlii* valuable
medicine, and get cured without delay. It ia warranted to
Bare, or the money will be refunded.
Prepared and *old by A- B. k D. Sands, 79 Fulton, N. K.
corner of Gold *treet, and 100 Fulton, corner of William it.;
and cold alia by moat of the reipectable druggiitt ia the U.
State* Price SI K1t le
eatabliihed Coal Yard, No. 670 Greeawich. corue-r at
King itreet.? Tk? lubacriber, turvivor of tke late firm of Sey
inoar k Maison. beg* leave ta inform hli friend* and the public,
that he i? bow receiving a full *upplv of tuperior Peach Or
chard and Grey A*k Coal*, which will be delivered from tha
Yard or from vessels at the preseat low price*, free of carn
age, via:
For Phdad. broken Peach Orchard Coal from veseela,
$7 60 par Ion.
? Broken Peach Orahard from yard, 8 JO " "
" Egg, . 8 M ? ?
? Nut, ? - ? 7 M ? *
AI*o, for tale, Liverpool, Sidney aad Virginia Coal*.
Health and m?a-fif athiag? Mutte-Hama**, I.. I.
IN eon*equeuce ot tha lacreasing patruBage to this boase.
tha proprietor haa been iuduee I ta eularge aad make great
improvement*, and i* bow in complete rsadiaess for boarder*
aad visiter*. Thi* establishment i* well kaowa a * beiai; the
B?are*t aea-bathing place to New York, (boiag only 84 mdes
from Brooklyn.) and is pronouuead by medical mea and all wbe
visit it, aa beiag the most healthy aad delightful situation oa
Hie island. In front of the house i? a spl-adid prosper' ?f the
Atlantic Ocean, with all the chipping arriving and departing
tr?m the a?rt of New York vjr, " ' I . ?iew of
i.M| i?Ad, sua m eallivaud Ha!Jc
the Boaae ia a grave of locust trees, a re fresh tag shade duriug
the hot weather The bathiag-hjuce* an the beach are but a
?lone s throw from the haaae , oue for Udiaa and ahildrea. and
the other for gentlemen. Eatra lines of stages will ran to tke
Bath aa follows, via : ?
From Fal^m Ferry, Bro*kljn. Pram Bath Hcan.
At Ito'clock, A. M. 7 a'cloak, A M.
4 P. M. 8 A. M.
? P. M. S P. M.
je67-tm* WM. BROWN. Proprietor.
Having the moat evteasive and splendid clock of Cloths, C sssi
meres, Veslings and Mummer Goods in tkh city, which will ba
made up in thejinest elagant style at lha shortest aotiee, at Um
fsllowiag prictc. cash on delivery, Bt tha well known
SB Maiden Lane and ll Liberty *C
li*t or rnicB*.
Saperfise black, blue cr fancy eolared Dreaa
Coa'*, $14 ta tl
Gentlrmea*' Summer Coat*, from M
Caceimete Puntalooaa, variety ofpattarna and
rolara, $4 60 la $8 M)
Y'.sts of ailk*, ratiai, velvet*. eawimeres.Mtr
?allies, Vale t.t.as or Thibet Clolk, M ta fi
The puhlic will pie a?e observe lha above prices are 76 per
ceat below tha ardinary price* of Merchant Tailor*. j?W-y
'l"he iu'i?rrik?ri wuald rrspcctlully i*f'>rro builder* im
stSen.that they have coaatantly an hand, ami arc prepared l?
furniah al short notice, architectural ornament* af ? very 4*
scrrptmn, M lor the interior finishing af dwellings abiirchea
and other public building*," viti capital* for caltioia*, aad
ante da. to all ttia order* of architecture, copwln, trasse*. en
ritbed muni (I lap, rear ttea. p<itrri. friete ornament*, Ba. he
Sir to any *i?e. The loin proved quality of camposition araa
mrnts, aa eiecuted by them, rendcri it uaeleaa to *ay much n
lUeulory, and, mm Ike meaa* they po**eai, and from loaf
practice 10 the ctecutioa of model*, mould*, aad every depart
went ol bu*ine?*, flatter them*elve* that for boldnea* of reliaf.
sad general sharpnee* and beauty, th*ir Work will be fouad
much tuprrior to any thing of the k<ad doaa in My other place,
they ha* i*c avoided that tiny, flat and undefined appearance, ?e
murh and to justly complained of. Oreat attention having baea
|>Md to tha modes of manufacture, to insure (he beat qaality, al
the lowaat p*aeihle price, they are happy to *ay that their pre
fat teato of price* will b? foaad to be beyond the reach of
ab'tameat or camnetith.a.
Builder* out of Naw York, in any part of the Uaitod State*
would 8 i*l a material **viag, aad likewiae procure a superior
article by calling or writiac tar any thiag of the kind they May
require, a* we hava aa hand, aad are eaabled to All ardara to
ail amount at varf short act tee
Manafactory ?9V Broadway,
mvl41m* * One tionr from NiblaY
IM Poll IAN r < OMMl'NIt A I ION Person* purct.aainy
DRY OOODB at ihi* *ea*on af the year, are apt. with
reaana, to cmplala af th? aieagre aasoriaient lobe found in
the different More* ia the city. A visit to WM. VANN'B in
meuae establishment, 7tl Or aad *tieet, would save inch sersons
raueli trouble; and the q<aa'ni.* of all kiad* ol Foreign aad
Dam?*tic thsoda. ready lor their choice at thie store, would
leave u?> room for any *ucb complaint. Lot* of Silk*, Bniaha
line*. Mom d* Laiues,! :halli??, Bhswli, Lace, Ribbon*. and Ho
siery. Also, anendleaa quantity of I taea Sheetings, Damask*,
Diaper*. Irish Liaeaa aad Lawn*, have a?t be- a received, and
(he proprietor can, with coaMearo, **y that he at pet- scat of.
frr* i he largeat and be*| ao*ortmo?it of Duai?*tie Mac. da ever
ethiMtsd at oae store ia thia city.
Coaatry merchant* and *traag> r* would do well on comiag ta
the c<ty, ta make an early call, ?s many regret that previoua ta
viviiing u* thry have made .election* fn.ai taferior assortment*
much higher price*.
Observe, WM. VANN'B, 'JBI Orand *tre?t, bet weea Allea
an l O chard.
Terms? Caah, and oaa pricc only? no deviation allowad.
j) tMl*
NOTICE? The Pabscriher affrra for *ala oa very favor* -
blr terms ?
?*>pair i ary haat made aad warranted boroaehe ?pnnjs
?H) ? ? *. a *??.
MM sett ? ? ?
30 000 lb* malleable coach caatiaga
tao ?ei t baroacbr and coach ailee, warrawtod
R 000 p?ir Vermont wood ha rue**
10 00? pair pitted and bra** ilo
?O sett very Aae bra** Military MU aad *1
100 ilo do *a?ldla rlotha
10.000 yds c?ach lace, ?aao>ted. together with afWII
?ant of*addler> aad aoacb hardware, <u<l Newark malleable
?<w tint a. JNO. J. BUMMRnS,
jv* ? odflnt* IM Walrr st
rV>R BALK? ?? *dry email demaada agaiaai tha inflowing
V individual* ? * Nr. John Allen, < armaa , 11. Hard ie
\*fel*r, liviae it ik S**^wborhood of Bleacher at reel ; Mr. Oel
?,ar, late af 41 Ji ? ? ?a*l( Mr. Won'goaMry. Cabinet maker
in the upper pan %t the ciiy. Dr. Dorr, lata af Waller at.
hat aow r> ndiaf ia Baa taw. For pariicalara, eaqu?r? at h?a
?8 Maidea Laaa. i)B-?*tfy
88 CtM i J ttreet , near Broadway.
(fij- C. C. MARSH, Accountant, continues to give Praeti.
?*1 utiMii in this mutt necessary branch af a mercantile edu
cation. Also, to open, close or adjust account*, and to write
up book*.
The coarse of instruction through which the pupil passes is
thoroughly practical, aud the person af good capacity, wha de
rotes about three weeks to the study, will be qualified to keep
correctly and elegantly the accounts (if any busiuesa.
The student practically opens, conducts, closes snd reopens
a set of partnership accounts; has brought before him more
than a hundred different business transactions, each of which is
a subject of remark, conversation and study; he becomes famil
iar with the various account hooks from actual us* or referenqe,
with trial balances, balance sheets, various mercantile calcula
tions in Equation of Payments, Discount, and Interest, Ex
change, Insurance, fcc. fcc.
Prospectuses with terms, to be had at the reoms.
Introduced in N. Y. P. Schools.
? The Science of Double Entry Bookkeeping Simplified*'
A standard work, eighth edition, 300 pages, 8vo. ? fl.'J.V
" The Art of Single Entry Bookkeeping, Improved by the
Introduction of the Proof Balance," 130pa. 8vo. ? 76c
" A Lecture on the study of Bookkeeping, with Balance
Sheet A neat pamphlet, 48pa. 13?o ? price 18 ceuts.
jy 1> I rneod* ______
Political economists have frequently differed as to what wa?
a fair, and at the same time, the surest measure of value : b?
?e never yet eaaie across any one who had gravely recorded it
to ho his opinion that the nominal price any article sold tor, was
aay measure of its actual value. Seen a notion would b *
deemed so great a fallacy, that its statementon paper as a lofi
sal deduction, would prove its own absurdity, and yet, those in
dividuals who run about from one store to another for the pur
pose af ascertaining the minimum number of dollar* and eentf
at which they can bo furnished with articles of food and rai
steal, of eourse commit a still greater, because a mart
practical absurdity, ihan any speculative philosopher wouki
do, who sal dbwn in his closet to argue from such falst
promisee. The one would merely be lauded at a* a visionary
schemer: but the other is deemed fit only to graduate among the
philosophers of Laouta, who contemplated making deal board*
out of Sawdust, ana extracting Sunbeams from cueainbers. Ta
king that most important ofall articles to men in this dressing age
a coat, whether frock, uress, riding, or the kind called" top," it
matters not, and see how many different elements, all of whisk
affect the interest of the wearer, go to make un its cost.
1st, There is the raw material, and secondly, the quality of
the dye used and the degree of skill possessed by the manufacture!
of the cloth. T^iese primordial ingredients towards a eoat, it ie
self evident, must vary as mach as the wind, weather, or evea
woman's eaprice; and idly, when it comes into the hands of "th?
Snyder," there is the skill of the cutter, the quality ef the trim
?mugs, and last, though not least, the scientific qualification)
which ike artist may possess, who is to send it "into this
breathing world," not " a thing of shreds and patches, n but as
article of beauty, utility anl luxury fated eilner to adorn, ot
desecrate the human forms. 9ther reasons could he adduce*1
to shew that in oats, at least, many things, which the world
large thanks not of, should be taken into consideration befort
its actual value can be ascertained. If these principle* art
based on truth, what folly is it then, for men to waste theii
shoe leather in running after store*, or in finding out tailort
who charge a low nominal price, when it k evident that i* boi
the test of cheapness. They should not entirely disregard
price, but at the same time, they should examine the material,
ascertain the standing of the manufacturer ofit; not neglect th<
skill of the cutter, and above all, pay especial attention to th?
qualifications of the workman, who is to give the finishing touch
to that which in its native simplicity protected the sheep, but
when a proper and scientific amount of labor has been given te
it, is eapahle of adding dignity and beauty to the ?
* noblest work of God."
If this train of reaaetuug should happen to convince any pi
Mm bargain buyer*, that estimate articles by dollars and cents
alone, they are advised forthwith to visit the cash stobr o!
S- THILLIPS, No. 10t, William iTtcKT,and ascertain by th.
evidence of their own ayes, if the articles of dress made up by
him, are not equal in quality, durability, cut and workmanship
to any produced by the most fashioaahle houses in Broadway
Having satisfact >rily solved this problem, they may compart
their several nominal prices, and he convinced, that although
price is not the test of cheapness, PHILLIP'S SYSTEM is?
H>r although he imports the bert article and employs uoae but
the beat workmen, he nevertheless sells for ready money, at M
pw eent lean than i* charged b j those who do business ou th<
eld aod exploded credit system. sij^Mu
WtAWEBufe'iifcAW ft.
ef illustrating the Historical and Geographical Works of the
Society, forming a fry complete Modern aad Aacirnt Atlas,
which far it* eitent ana beauty will he the cheapc?t ever pre
tented to th* nublic. Siity-nior number*, containing each two
maps, beautifully colored, are already before the public, aad
about Ifteen more will coasplele tha plaa. The?e will be
bioufht forward ai speedily as the rigid attention bestowed on
thair accuracy will allow. The progress of publication has
been somewhat impeded of lata, by the necessity of waning for
materials, to be obtained only fro*, actual surveys; but it is
hoped lhat all impediments of this sort will be soon sur
A MAP OF IRELAND, in two sheets, is aearly ready, |
which will complete the whole of Europe
These aia|* are compiled from the eery beat authorities, bath
official aad private. Ti e scale saries according la the acknow
ledged importance of the respective countries and district* -
'I lie Aaneat Maps? a very useful and laterrstuig feature of I
which is, lli.it the) are precisely on thes*uis s< .il>' as the cor
responding Modrra? are compiled with the greatest care, and
ander the most rigorous scrutiny.
The Society base also published, of the same site as the Gea
graphical Maps, with the Constellations colored?
Wit Map* of the Stars, laid down on the Guomonic Praiec
tioa. laclading all the H'art to the Sisth Magnitude, or such a*
can he seen with the naked eye. These Maps, placed on a 10
inah cube, will supply the plate af a Celestial Globe, and will
be found eiceedingly useful in schools.
Also the >ame na a vert enlarged plaa, of 26 inches square,
edited by John William Labbock, Esq., A. M , F. R> S., fce.,
the Can* te llat ions colored
of the SPHERE, aad of such poiats of Astroaomy as are most
necessa-y in the use of Astroaomie.al Maps. By Aaguslus de
Morgan. F. R. S.,fcc 8vo. stitched.
Sis Maps o>' the world, in *t*e It laches hy 10. Copies of
these Map* of the Terrestrial Olabe are printed without the
Names and Places, for the Eiercise of Siudeats in Ailing up the
Imported by WILLIAM JACKSON, 109 Broadway.
STDNET CI IPTON, or Vicissitudes in both Hemispheres
? a Tale of the 19th Century? reeeatly published by Har
per It Beothers? is for Sale by ail the principal Booksellers.
the week ending July 99th, 1439, at W ta. Vana's splendid
establishment, '291 Oraad ?t,
ifrtt pieces of beowa rlamestic Sheetings.
497 do bleached Khirtiac* and l.oag Clotka,
1474 yards British aad domestic Calico*,
#49 da printed Swis* and Jaconet Mi.sl ns,
MM da M'oi**elin de Laias, Memphis and Ckally,
I M'i do black, blue black and colored Silks,
345 do Liaen Sheeting*. Iri*h Liaens aad Diaper*.
Hosiery, Oloees. Scarfs, Handkerchief*, Lare Ribbons, aad
all other kinds of Fancy Ooods in a like proportion.
Thi* pre*eat Monday, July Wd, aad during the week will he
oa sale ?
20.999 dollar* worth of New Domestic GOODS, purchased
fur cath liner (As tail fall ta coMe*.
Country merchant', hotel aod hoarding- house keepers, and
head* of families, will find the best aaeorUaeni of house! eld
stuff* in the city of New York.
Cash and ao saeand price !
WM VAN N't, 991 Oraad street,
hat We a Ada* aad Ora4aH.
JSIONE'SWA I ER FILTERS? These (I ters haee hn
? highly approved of in Europe and America for the last
thirty ami are accounted wiaenor to aay hitherto invented,
a* thi-y combine the praprrtie* of purify tag as wtll a* clarifying
the most tarhid wat- r. It i* almost needless to advert to the
utility aad advaatsges ta he derived from the u*e of a well coa
strutted Altering appara.u*, as it is obvious to every person that
filtered rain waisr i? much mi re wholesome aad conducive to
health thaa either *priag or ri -er wairr, the former alatost inva
riably coataiamg mineral substance* in solutioa, and the latter
bei?? impregnated w?th derated and putrid animal and vegetable
matter, the constant a*e of which frequently ocrasieas the
mo t dreadful disease*. ?urh aa fevers, agaes, liver complaint*,
lie. Filtered water i* also af the great st importaare for es
iractirg more perfectly the virtees of tea. coffee, fce , the truth
of which ran be easily tested by making the etperimeat with
Altered aad unAHered nater. Manufsrtured aad *?M only by
J. STONE, Plumber and Eaginerr,
W1 Broadway, N. Y.
P. R ? Those who have Filters made by persons act under
standing the business, caa have them repairs I. and Ailed up ea
the subscriber's |.l*n. and warranted i? art perfectly. jyW-la'
'ftHI sabetnher respectfully b?gs to inform the pubhe. tha
1. he has constantly on hand a large and elegaat aeaortmea
>f every deer riptina of the painted tran*parcat naehafele wia
law *hade?, coa?i*tiug of Italisa aad other laadseapea, Dsaptu
?one. Chinese. Architeetueal and Fsaey Bliads. which he cas
imAdeatly recommend for their beauty, strength aad great da
ability, as they have heea known, wtth eommoa care ta lar
rasa lea tofaarleea years. The prscea of the sha4ee, mcludint
estrds, tassels, rack, pulline, aad finings for windows, aomplels
<ary from f7 and upwar*, per pair. Bliads painted aad Itte
>a order, by applying to fllORUl PLATT, 19 Spraee ?.
It. B Conatry dealers supplied wi tk hi tads aad Mi ad ItU^
ImliM 8bIm.
The neit regular (ale will talie place N4oaday, Jaly 29th,
?t II o'clock, commeneiag with Carriage*, Manias*, ha., aad a
IS o'clock the sale af Hornet will commeaao.
Uentlemea having Horaa* to di*pa*e af, are r>qaa*ta< t*
make early application, m a* to *eaar* a good Banker on Km
catalogue, a* ao horaa eaa ke offered at auction ualeea ragiatn
ed time Tor a number oa the catalogue, for whi*h purpooe Am
regiiter will be kept opea till Saturday, 97th July, at S P If J
G EO. W. Mi L LEI,
jy*7 Successor to J. W. Wilite , 440 Broadway.
?criber most respectfully laform* hit friend* and the puhha
that he ha* fitted op and furnished the baildiac No. M and M
Nassau ?treet, three dnor* eiutof llaidea Lane, id the **oet ate
gant *tyle as a Refectory. Oeutlemen doing business ia the
lower part of the city will find it a convsninat and pltMtat
place to dine.
The Subscriber flatter* himself from the eiperieaac he tiM
had in this business, that ke is able to compete witk any othor
in his liae.
N. B. ? The Subscriber 1* prepared to furm*k dianavs iii
collation* at the shorle*t notice. All order* left at hi* old aa
tatiliahmeat. Fulton market corner of Front street, or at tke
above number* Nastaa street, will be attended to.
Hot Breakfast from 0 to 10 A. M.
u Dinner " 12 M. to 4 P. M.
? Supper ? 6 to ? P. M.
jeM-lm* D. PEARS ALL.
AVILION, NEW BRIGHTON, opaocite New York
City ? This delightfal location, half au knur's sail from the
City of New York, it now opened on the lunaintr arrangement
for the accommodation of boarder* aad visiters. Families can
hare room* to suit. The apper rooms are reserved for tingfo
gentlemen, and will be let on reasonable torn*.
The steamboats now leave the aity at 7, l(ty, %, 04 aad 7
?'cloak ; and the IsUud at 7, 10, 1. A aad ty, (eiccpt Sunday) ?
on that day they le?*e from 0 o'clock ia the inoriang tdU 7 la
the evening, every two hour*.
The Keudall Band is engaged for the season.
The Bait Water Bath are iu complete readiness for ktlkhf
QQK THIS establishment, so well known to the public, haa
been opea for the reception of compaay sinee the 15th of Juno
last. It i* deemed only necessary to ear that the whole Mtv
blishmsnt kas been put in unusually good condition, and evorr
effort kas and will be made to maintain the high reputation it
at present possesses, and make it even more desirable a* a plaoe
of tuminer resort than heretofore.
jy4-lm* E MARSH Proprietor
tiaacs the Biscuit Baking at 77ft Washington street, oo?
ner of Warren *tre*t, and has constantly for sale,
PILOT BREAD. All of the first quality.
E. T.'? small Pilot Bread is the site for Ike South Ameaoaa
and West India market*.
Any of tke above article* can bo delivered in good order for
exportation, at short notice. je 1 'J -0m*
ESTABLISHMENTS, No. 0 Beekman street, New York,
and No. 18 Natehrt street, New Orleans. ? Southern gent loatca
visiting the city of New York, are respectfully informed that
they will find a fall assortmeat of Opera aod Dra** Boot*, Un
ion Shoe*, Fancy and Drcit Pump#, and Gaiter* of tke samo
?tyle and ^aaffty as were furnished them at No. 10 Nateho* st.
New Orleaus, and which obiained the first premium at the lata
Fair in that city.
Gentlemen purchasing or |iTii( order* for fine Boot* for the
Charleitoa, Mobile, New Orleans. Nstehea, Vicasburgh, or
any of the southern or south western cities, are invited to call
aad eiamiae a splendid article of light Dres* Boot*, nada af
French imported stock in the latest Parisian fashion, at No. ?
Beekman street, Cliaiton Hull, New York, opposite the Park.
N. B. First Premium at the American Institute, New York.
'? * " Mechanic* Institute, *
my4 tf ?? * 14 late fair at New Orlean*.
Brooklyn salt water warm and cold
BATHS, near the South Kerry, margin of ilae Ea*t HWw
^?w"Y orf! (hat hi* Baths'are uow open'everv da'yTrosai 0 A. ti.
till 10 P. M. for Ladie* and Geatlemen. Tney are fitted op te
the most approved st)le. Ladio* and genlleoeen caa take wana
baih* every day. The Swimming Bath i* exclusively for ladiaa
oa Tuesdays and Fridays uatil0 P.M. One warm kath,20cM|
0 tickets, $1.00. Cold baths, 124 cent* jall-te* ?
A Treatiae oa the E;?, containing Diimrin of the
I'tHNt af Near and Far *ightedae-*, and of Affection* of tha
Retina, with Remark* oa ihe u?e af Medicine*, at *ub*titataa
for Spectacle* . by W C. Wallace. Oculi*t? ircond editioa.
From Sir John F. W. iferachel.
? Highly carioa* tad iatereating, a* well a* is many re* pec I*
From Profe**or Knight, of Tale College.
" He ha? made interesting ditctfiriti, which throw moM
light oa hither'o obacure poiut* in the ph)*iology of miom.*
From the Report in the London Athena-um. of the eighth aecW
iag *f the Britiib Auociatioa (or the Advancement of Sci
" Sir Daeid Brewiter laid before the *ectioa, * *ene*of beaa
tiful preparation* of tbe Eva. made by Mr. Wallace, aa able
oculitt ia New York, calculated to eatablith ?enie important
point* in the theor* of eiaion. He ataled, 4 that one ?f tbe
mo*t important re**ftB of Mr. Wallace'* dxoertmai, waa the
diacorery of Afire* in the retina. Sir Joha Herachel had tup.
poted ?uch fibre* to be requisite in the eiplanatiun of the theo
ry of eiaion, and it ?*, tbrrefore, doubly interfiling to Cad thai
they hare been actaally diacovercd."
From Profeaaor Sillimaa.
" I bare been very favorably impretaed by kia rarioua com
maaic ation* on the eye, and topic* relating to that organ."
From the Loa< on Britith and Foreign Medical Review.
? Tbi* i* an mgenioa* and well written paper." jyl7-lw*
EMOVED OR. H. VILLK.RH rrm-id fram Ne
U Liberty alreet to Na. 40 Ltapeaard atreel.
SURGERY? The anbacriher perferma every operation oa the
teeth and gum* na the moet modern and apf?roeed principle* af
the Dental art, and with profeaeioaal thill. Irregularitie* *t
the teath in children and adulta remedied; carina* teeth AIM
with gold; loo*e teeth rendered Arm; teeth attracted; teeth
filed, from one loot b to a complete *et aa naix. Foe* reduced
N. B Toothache armored iMtaataacoualy. Price 10 eenta.
Military and firemen's caps-militari
HORSE EQUIPMENTS, Laatbe. Gaa Inn, Chan
and Shot Bag*, Cartridge Bote*, BelU, Scabbard* and Kaap
Mck*. All the abaee ariicl**, Wholeaale and Retail at lllwil
prirea, ? alaa, Trcak*, Yalieee, Carpet baga, Rat Bote* mi
nrery tbiag m hie line af kaMBeea.
Wt Breadway, bet wean Whit* and Ralk*r*tr**k
If. I. Campanie* abaul formiag, both Military and PirwM^
en* be Airai*hed with Cape at the *horte*? notice nry 1 4- Ana*
90 Ca*** Gan*;
9 do Piitoli;
10 ? a*k* Pitoa h Snn*' Britannia Ware;
A do Tea Tray*, kc.
The a hoe* ju*t opened, and will be told at wtnad car
pri? e*. by A W. SPIES R CO.,
mrA7Aw* I W Pearl . I real
tahecribert htee jaat roaeiacd a targe awpply of tha
above Water freofihe aropnetnea, which th?v ? ffer for *ale at
tkur taaraa, AA vr Tlks I iO Broadway, and IS A. tor Howe.
A. kUnl di?oo?ntj?i4? ta wholesale parchaeer*
Agent* for the Prepnetora for N. York and the Enaiarn State*.
IN PRESS ? and wMI ahartlf M*ar ? Tea Yuia' Rim?
litmri* ia the Lifa of H. W. W , a celebraied Slicc
I to a boat Iowa By one af kia tic lime wko ha* not committal
?a. cide. jylf-At*
1 |j| |<\ Wil l, BE FORFEITED, if D Poett'* Eradi
. * V/\l V/ caior fail* lo eare a recent caae of a certain dal
cate di*ea*e in leaa thaa 94 bnae*. For **le. whwletale and
retail, hy appointment, by A. B k D SANDS, ?? aad lAOFul
ton ?tr*et, and the following Drag Store*: corner of Chamber
?tree! aa4 B rand wa), corner of Chamber and Chareh *treet*,
A 44 Broadway. At aad *90 Bewer . araer of Caratae aad Bed
ford *lreeU, 95 aad IA8 Ath Avenue
Price ft. jylft-Sm
BOARD ? A gentleman and hi* wife, ar two or three ?ingla
tenitemen, Can hare h*odeem?ly furniahed room*, with
hoard, by applying at No. 10 Park Place.
F.ng'iah aad French *pohen. ^W-l w*
PATENT RIFLES - a verr ?upenor article for the ?oath
era ai d wecern market, where they have already been ap
pro e> d of ? Air *ale ek- legale and retail, fcy
C%OAL ?? T? baat IHait t aal. ta? ?a?c kt ~
AS Soalh alma*

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