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MORNING HERALD.
FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 26. 1889.
TRANSATLANTIC MTICAJI NHIf* CO.
NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL.
Tha ? team tnip LIVER
POOL, IliO too* burthen
and 466 hone power, R. J.
Fames, R. N., commander,
? ? ? m appointed I* sail a* follow* :
FVawi New York. From Liomrmooi.
16th May. 90th April.
*th July. ISth June.
24th August. lit August.
19th October. 5M*t September.
14th Dacembcr. 16th November.
Fare to Liverpool, thirty five guineas ($163 33) iu the aft,
and thirty guinea* ($ 146) in the for* saloon, including wine*
?Dd all (tore*. No secoud cla?* pataenger* Uken. Children
wader 13 and lervant* half pric*.
An experienced surgeon accompanie* thii^H).
For passage or freight, apply personally (WTy letter to
al8 ABM. BELL V CO. Agent*, 117 Fulton *t? N. Y.
BBITINH AND ATIKKICAN STEAM
NAVinATIV.H COMPANY.
NEW YORK TO LONBON.
The Steam ship BRITISH
QUEEN, Lieut. Richard Rob
ert*, R. N., commander. ? Thi*
tpleadid Steam-ship, burthen
3016 toni, aad 600 horse power,
' will sail from London on the
r Mth ?f June, aad Portsmoath
? ? ' - on l*t of JaN.
The days appointed for her departure Iram thi* port for
London, are 1st August, 1st October, and l?t December.
The rate of passage i* fixed a* follow*: ?
Saloon, . 36 guinea*, or $168 33
Lower state- room*, . 30 guinea*, or $140 00
Fore saloon, ? . 90 guineas, or $9133
Children, under 14 year*, half price.
For freight, (of which this ship will take 600 ton*,) or pat
cage, apply to WADSWORTH fc SMITH,
4 Jones' Lane, rear 103 Front street,
Agents of the Br. k. Ain. Steam Nay. Co.
An experienced Surgeon will b? attached to the ship. Plan*
?f the cabin* in?|r be *een at the ofice of the couiignce*.
j?*-y _
| NEWARK AND NEW YORK? Three
trips per day from each plaee. ? The new and
"splendid steamboat PASSAIC, Capt. P. W.
Martin, en and after Thursday, May 9th, will ran between
Newark and New York, making three trips a day from each
place, and leave as follow*:?
From foot of Barclay *t. N. Y
84 o'clock A. M.
134 P.M.
Centre wharf, Newark,.
6$ o'clock A. M.
1<H -
a - ( JJ
On Sunday* the Passaic will run and leave
Centre wharf, Newark, I Foot of Barclay *t., N. York,
7J o'clock A. M. 10 o'clock A. M.
3 " P. M. I 6 " P. M.
The Passaic will land at Bergen Point oa her flj and 3 o'clock
trio* down, aud 1} and 54 o'clock trips up. On Sundays *he
will land on Ser patsare down and up each trip.
Fare to Newark, 18| cts. Bergen Point, ISAct*.
The steamer Passaic i* remark a?le for sp?'d : performing
the distance in from 1J tc 1) knars each trip. Laaies will find
this route very pleasant and particularly advantageous, as the
inconvenience of chancing from car t* ferry boat with baggage
??avoided. Good* and freight takea oa reasonable terms, but
onH at the risk of the owners. mvUS-y
SOUTHERN DAILY MAIL LINE for
Norfolk Charleston, S. G., Petersburg, and
Richmond. ? The steamboats ALABAMA,
KENTUCKY and JEWESS, all boat* of speed and accommo
dation, will commence running darly oa the Ar*t April, between
Baltimore Norfolk, and Psrtsmosth. leaving the lower end o I
Spear'* wharf every afternoon at 3 o'clock, or immediately af
ter the arrival of the ear* from Philadelphia, and will arrive
?cxt morning at Portsmouth in time for the cart for Wilming
ton, and thence steamboat* to Charleston. Returning will leave
Portsmouth every day after the car* arrive from the Soath. and
reach Baltimore next morning in time for the car* for Phila
4clphia.
These boat* run in connection with the well known steam
packets Georgia and South Caroliua which leave Norfolk
every Saturday for Ckarlestoa, giving travellers a choice. They
?bo run i a connection with the James Ri?er boats to Peters
burg and Richmond. Slraagars are informed (aid travellers
know) that this ia the cheapest aad most comfortable route for
southern traveller* a* there are no change* froaaxars, (team
boats, and stages in the dead af night, a* on the Washington
route. The company therefore hope the travelling part of Hie
community will patronise them, ui giving equal fat ill tie* and
?nperior comfort
Passage and fare to Norfolk, $8- JOHN W. BROWN,
m36-tf Areot.
.REGULAR MAIL LINE FOR BOSTON
Daily, (Sundays excepted) at 6 P. M.. from
? Battery Place, Pier No. I, North River,
via. Stocsin|ton, Newport, and Providence. Steamers Mass*
ahuaa'ts, Capt. Comstock ; Narragsusett, ( apt. Child ; Lex
ington, Capt. Vanderbflt, and the Massachusetts. Oae of
the ah.?ve b nts will leave New York daily, except Sunday.
Passengers, on the arrival of the steamers at Stoning
ton, may take the Railroad cars aud proceed with the mail
ianme^ately to Boston, or may continue in the steamer, via
Newport, and take the Railroad ears at rrovidsnce for Boston.
XThe steamer NARRAUANSETT, Capt.Child, will leave
i* afternoon Friday, 'Mth July, at 5 o'duck. and the steam
er LEXINGTON. Captain Vanderbilt, twoma. niMis
FOR BELLEVILLE AND ACQUACK
NONK ? The ?t*amh*M SARATOGA.
????? t apt UTileo*, will leave the loot of Liberty
?treet, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and ftaturdays, at two o'clock,
P. M. Thi* boat is well calculated to carry all kinds of freight,
and has sn|>enor accommodation for |msseagers, only di awing
SO inches water, and I* 300 ton* burthen, and well calculated
for the I'assaar River.
For freight or oassage, apply to the Captain on board, or to
CROOKE It FOWKH,
corner of West and Liberty street.
N. B. ? AH kinds of freight taken oa board of ihis Boat al
rensouable rates, is delivered at twe o'clock en the day ?f sail
fc? - je 19-3*1
, EEOPLK'B LINK FOR ALBANY
Landing at the u*ual landing*.? The new and
'tiimiMiii 'U? iteamhoat tJTI' A, ^nptaiti
Trueadell, win lea?e the ateamhoat ptar. foot of Courtlandt ft.
?? Tknrrday afternoon, JuH 94. at 6 o'clock.
|Tor frrtght or paaaage, apply to CROOK h FOWKF.S, eor
ntr of Writ and Liberty ilreeta: PLTEH C. SCHULTZ, at
Ike office, or the Captain on board.
AH good*, freight, hank bill*, rpecie, or any other kind of
property, taken or thipped uu board of tki* boat mutt be at the
fwk of the owner* thereof.
N. B. For Om better accoinntodation of the up town pa*
aatigrr*, ibio boat will land at the Old Prwoo Wharf, font of
Hammond *treet. tWpWi
(Ugular daya of laavtng New Yorkgthi* mouth, Wednearlay*
and Saturdaya.
FARF. RF.DUCKD TO THREE DOLLARS.
NO MOM > mi I
NF.W LINF. FOR BOSTON, VIA NEWPORT AN?
PROVIDENCE.
W The new, electa), aad fast Bailing *teamev
JOHN W HI' IIMOND. Captain Wm. II.
? "Towwaend, will leave for tbe aHova placet, on
Saturday, July fl'h, at ft o'clock, from Tier No. ft North River.
For farther information, apply to
JNO. H. RICHMOND, Agent.
at the office on the wharf.
Traveller* way he a**nred that tbi* boat will net race with
?ny boat that may he put atainct her, but will proceed on h?r
?mute aa if no other boat war in company. jr-S-Am
NIOHT LINE
. PEOPLE'S LINE FOR ALBANY
lanrfing at the intermediate landing*.- The
-new and .decant ateainboal RO< HLSTFK,
Captain A. P. St. John, will leatr the Steamboat Pier between
foot of ConHlandt and Liberty" ?u., <m Monday afternoon,
July M, at ft o'rlock.
Wot paaeage or freight, apply lo
r -r? rp,OOKt h roWRS,
Corner of Wert and Liberty *ta,
of P. C. SHULTZ, at tke office,
or the Captain on board.
N. B.? All goorla, freiplit, bat^ae'. hank hill*, *pecie, or any
othar kmd of property, taken only at the ri?k of the owner*
hereof. mr?5 7 m
HOBOKEN WALKS Thi* braatifii|
place of rummer retoeat it now in perfert
? order for the reception of compmy, and i*
owe af the moat pleaiant retreat* in the world. To e*ca,>efr<vn
the hent and dint of the city, and enjoy the eool thade* and re*
Aethir* hreeie* of thia place, i* a luiiiry which all can appre*
eiate. Boat* ply rnn*'antly from Barclay *trect, and two boat*
leave t'anal and ('.hriftonher rtreeta every thirty minute*. One
koat rnnr until 10 o*tlucn in the evening, leaving Barclay itr*et
?t 8,9, 10 o'clock.
Fare#|centa. jrlO-lm*
t KOH MI I.HKM l-wir -Landmc ?<
tJra.r* r. .nt, Oaldwair*, ( old Sprint, Fi*h
?hill, Hamburgh. and Milton.
Tba new, and (plendid rtaamboat OSKOLA, Cnpt. Mickell,
will leave Naw fork from tie foot of Chamber* Mreet
erery afternoon (Monday eicepted) at 4 o'clock Relnrnine,
leave Pouahbeepaie, every morning (Sundav atcepted) at 7
?'elock. Landing at Ota old itata'* prlten, feat Amoa atreet.
each way.
All Owod*. Freight, Bank Bill*, Specie, ar any other pro
perty taken or ahi|>|>eti on board of Miia boat, mu*t he at the
ritk of the owner* thereof my)3-7m
FOR PEEKSK1LL, VERPLANK'8
POINT, GRASSY POINT, SING SFNO,
TARRYTOWN, DOBB'S FF.RRY, HAS
TINGS AND YONKERS. ? The new and splendid tteamboat
KOSCIUSKO, Capt. D. Haywood, will leave the foot of Hob
imou
IU3RU, U?pi. i/. M?mj ?... .?v ?
?treet, (eit above Barclay,) every morniag, (Friday* e*
I,) at 7 o'clock, (topping at the Old State Prison wharf
ray. Retw-ning, will leave Peekakiil at 1 o'clock.
eepted
each way
Breakfast and Diuner on board.
P. S. la order to afford paatengert more time to tpead in the
different placet, the Kotciuako will leave Peek* kill at So'clock,
(for thit trip only.)
For the aaccommodatioa of paeteagers, the wiV make a trip
on Friday, leaving u above.
For further information, inquire of HAWKINS k WIL
LIAMSON, No. 97 West street, where packages, freight, ke.
will be reoeivod for the boat. j)*'7
NO MONOPOLY? OpponUe* JLmc/cr
ALBJHfY?Yk*z Uidickd.
Fare to Albany, One Hollar.
" Ponghkeepaie, Fifty Cant*.
M Grassy Point, 13} cents.
The larve and eommodieus steamboat WASHINGTON,
Capt. A. Degroot, will leave the foot of Robin.cn street, for
Albany, on Saturday Evmhho, July 37,at 6 o'clock, landiug
at the old State Prison Dock, Grauy Point, Caldwell's, New
burgh, Peaghkeepsie, Kingston Point, Catskill, Hudson and Coa
vackie.
Freight taken at moderate price*.
For freight or passage Apply to the Captain on board or to
M. M. & O. R. MARTIN, No. 114 West st. Her regular days
of leaving New York will be Tuesdays, Thursdays a? d Satur
days; leaving Albany for New York on Monday, Wednesday
u>l Friday evening, at i o'clock.
N. B. All persons are forbid trusting any persons on account
of the steamboat Washington or owner*. jy33 lm*
FROM FORT LEE AND BULL'S FERRY,
To the foot of Canal street. New York.
The steamboat ORANGE, Capt. Isaac
Scot*, will leave Fort Lee and New York,
'touching at BnllS Ferry, daily, until further
notice.
Leave Fort Lee one hoar before snnriee, 8 A. M., 13 M., i
P. M.
Leave New York, 7 A. M., 1<H A. M.. 5* P. M., 6} P. M.
On Sundays, if fair weather ? Leave Fort Lee, 6 A. M., 8J
A. M , II M., 6* P. M.
Leave New York, 7} A. M., 10* A. M , 3 P. !C
On Fridays, leave Fort Lee, 9 A. M., and New York, 31
P. M.
Stages will be in readiness at Fort Lee to convey passeagers
to Hackensack. All package* to be left at Benjamin Mott's,
freight taken only at the ri?k of the re
spective owners^ Fare to Bull's Ferry, 13} cents? to Fort
311 Spring street
Lee, 18} cent*? Commencing ^n Saturday, June 1st, 1880.
jy? l?n*
BOSTON li NEW YORK EXPRESS FACKAFE CAR.
Notice to Merchants and all Buniness Men.
WILLIAM F. HARNDF.N. having made ar
rangements with the New York and Boston
Trauspor tatiou, and Stouington and Providence
Rail Road Companies, will run a car through
from Boston toN York, and vice versa, via Ston
ington Rail Road, with the Mul Train, Daily, for the trans
portation of Hpeeie, small packages of Goods, and bundles of
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
purpose of purchasing goods, and colloetiag draft*, note* and
bills; and will transact any other busine**, that may be en
trusted to his charge.
Packages for Salem. Lowell, Andover, and Worcester. Ms.;
Portsmouth and Concord, N. H.; Gardiner, Augusta, Portland,
and Bangor, M*., will be forwarded immediately on their arri
val in Boston.
All Package* mast be sent to Office, No. 3 Wall street, New
York.
iiruurcM.
George Bond k Sobs, )
Bryant, 8 turgi* & Co., |
John E. Tha\er k Broth,
J
Nathan Hale, Esq.
J. W. Clark k CO.
Bosto*.
B. B Ma?s'v.
J*lm T. Smith It Co.
R. H. Winslow, S New Yobe.
James W. Hale, )
N. B. All packages and bundles must be marked to His ear*.
Wm. F Harnden is alone responsible for tin loss or injury
of any article, or property committed to kit care; nor is any
risk KMumtd by, or can Miy be attached to the Button and New
York Transportation Company in whos? steamer* his crate Is
to be trunspurted, in respect to it, or it* content*, at any time.
jylfl-3m
FOR LON BON.? Regular packet of August 1st.
Th* first cIhm coppered and oopper fa*t*n*d packet
ship ONTARIO, t'aptain H. lluttleson, will sail a?
above (h?r regular day,) having verv superior accommedatlnas
for cabin and steerage passengers. Those intending to embark,
should mak* early application on board, foot of l*ine (treet,
or to the suh*rrib?r*, KAWSON ?c McMURKAT,
IjrM-y corn' r of Tine an?l south sts.
FOR LIVERPOOL.? New Line-Regular Parke.
? t the 3Mh Jnly ? The eletant Packet Ship ROS
CIl'S Capt. John Collin*, of 1100 ton* .will sail as
abjve.
For freight or paaaagc, having accommodations unequalled
for spleador and comfort, apply on board at Orleans Wharf,
loot of Wall *t., or to E. K. COLLINS k CO.,
AO Sonth st.
The packet ship 8IDDON8, '' apLA. 8. Palmer, will saereed
the Roscius, and sail the 36th of Auga?t. j? 96
FOR MARSEILLES -fjilie very superior new
tM^Uuniaa ship MINETTE, Capt. Pftli, having the
'??'?'?principal part of her cargo engngod and now going on
board, she will promptly be despatched.
For balauoe of freight, which will be taken at low rates, ap
ply to BOYD k HINCK EN.
wh ? Tontine liailditigs.
PASSAGE FROM BELFAST, (diwet )-He
? idents desirous of sending for their families or
friends, to come direct from the abnve port, have
now a very favorable opportunity, by the well known, fast sail
ing packet ship JOSEPHINE., Capt. Priudle. A few bertks
only remain disengaged, which may be secured if immediate
application be made to the wbsf iher*.
RAWKON k McMURRAY,
je38-y corner of Pine and South st*.
AA*- PACKETS FOR HAVKCv- (srcono Liise.)
S/^Ttx ship BALT1MORF.. James knock, maatrr,
"??"miIio* 1st Aupit. BOYD It HICIC5, A(fnli.
K*. ? Tontine Buildings.
The passage money in **?? cabin, by this IIm, i? now flted al
one hundred <i<>l I w? ; but W|0t? and Liquors, of any claw, will
n??t be l'nrni?bed. jy'"'
FOR HAVRF..? The superior French Brig Courier
du Bresil, Captain Rotnrier. For freight or pissage
apply u? BOYl) k HINCKKN
jyll* f Toaliit BuiMi^p.
AA "CATsK fLL MO UN T A in HOUSE AT TuiTnS K
ORCHARD, 1S39. ? This wall known ami fashionable
r?inrt w r>?w andergmag considerable repair. and will be
open for the reception nf visitor* Juste 'J6lh. Ta? road* leadiag
to this establishment h??e alio undergone a thorough repair, es
pecially (bal portion of it n the moantam kaa b??a rendered
|i?rr?tlj aafe and inootk.
Tli* stages will rua regal arly daring the season between the
Landing and the Mountain House. and Will he found in rendi
new al all timet on the arrival t?f the boats at tba Catskill Land
inf. F.stra carriages famished either <1 the Landing er Moun
tain Home on the ?horte?t notice.
i#!9 'Jm* C. L. BF.ACH.
ONK CBICK MAT MTOKR.
H ROW PI fc COK HATS,
For cheapness and durability, are not surpaaaed by ani
UK heretofore offered. They combine all the requisiU
qualities ef the more cottly for oolor, lifMness, di?m
bilitr and luetrc, at the reduced prtce of M Their snlrt
are lor rash, which precludes the necessity of c \ srging the fxx
customer for loss incarred by the had. The public ar* invitee
to etamine their Hat? at BROWN fc CO.*S wholesale and re
tail warehouse, No 178 Chatham 8<pure. corner of M itt at.
New York mySI-Stn*
WHITK SULPHUR STRINGS OF VIRGINIA. The
subscribers haee just received a ?"Fl'lf ?f
above Water from Jibe proprietor*, which th?* offer for eale al
ibtir (tores, M WiIIUbM., 1 10 Broadway, and 10 Aitor House
X thecal <li??o? nt '*?4? to wholesale purchasers
RUSHTON * ASPINWALL,
Agents for the Proprietors for N. York and Ihe K.a?l rrn States
jyIMm* j
BISCUIT RAKKRV F.PWRAIM I ItKADWRLL ?ob
I ia'ies the Biscmt B iking at 974 Washington street, cor
ner of Warren street, and has constantly for s^le,
?OOA BISCUIT, MILK BISCUIT,
BUTTF.R t KM KFRH WINK. BISCUIT
WATF.R CRACKERS. SUGAR t KACKF.RS,
PILOT BRF.AD. All of the Irst quality.
E. T^ small Pilot Bread is the site for ike South Amerioat
and West India markets
Any of the above articles can he delivered in good order fisr
eiport alio*. at short not ire ieD-tta*
OKNTL HrvT
CAST WFF CLOTHING
no**HT, i?? tut rtiLi. viin aivitn in ass*. ?v
H LF.VI.TT 14 Dna*e at., ? door* from William.
Qrp- KNOW ICC there are persons who make a grant pW*
kiir advertise?*?i.(Wr Cut Of Clothing, fce. lie , and whn
% waay rases 4m *? five the fnll value foe the same?H L
will assare those feitie?.en whn may hare seek articles by
iheni, and who may send for hia, of receiving the very atmesi
?aim in CASH for evert article.
M. B ?A line through the post ettee, or otherwise, tn the
sbo*e address, will meet with due attentinn. jeM lm'
NEW YORK BAZAAR
V*r Plaia Vhct Fmpmr Bu? ?T mM
mmrmi apt* nir.i, if irur style, *hi ro* a ivy
LINK OF IVIIIflll WdiTITII,
1*1 Valt?a street,
| Three <U?n from NaMM ?
HEW YORK
JJ" City and eoiMtrT merckant* will ted oomtmath a ?*n
arge stock hand. They caa be accMBmodated ^t abort ao
bee to any siae or any quantity tbey pleaae; alaa, bf *bippim
them ia io profitable a packing a* may be tie tired to aay part o I
America.
Real genuine Cologne Water, imported from Germany, of ?
moat superior quality ? will tatisfy every purchaser.
Alio, just received by late arrival*, a fine lot of
C*L.ORB? AND RIAKBLI PAPIB,
?f the m st beautiful patteam. myll-y
N~ 0 CUKE NO PAY ?SANDS' REMEDY F*R THE
SALT RHEUM
Fall Rive*, Mau. May 8, 1888.
Meter*. A. B. k D. Saads ? )h?d been afflicted with *e Sail
Rheum in ita teverett form for teveral yeara, and at times it
waa ao bad on my nand ?aad ?n different parts of my body, at
almost to preven im ^attending to kasiuett. 1 had made use of
a great number af diftereat preparation! without obtaining but
little if any benefit, and I became to mach discouraged that I re
solved t? use no more union 1 could pracura on* warranted to
cur*. Hearing of your valaable Remedy, I went to Providence
and murahased one doxeu of it, conhdent that if it cured me 1
oauld disnose of handredsaf boxes. I uaed it immediately?
aerceived tbat it benefitted ma? and after ating it a few weeks,
I was cured entirely, and my tkin was aa fair at if 1 nevar had
bad it. It it uow about two yeara tiaoa 1 was cured, and *su*e
that time 1 have been entirely free from it. I have sine* told
hundred! of box** to my frieudt and customers, and it has been
u*ed with almost anivertal sacaest in every inttanea. One lady,
who aallad on me for it, had the complaint to bad on h*r fha?,
that I ?anla hardly bear to loak at kar. Ske bought one boa,
and in leas tkan one week, the was comparatively cured
??he uaed only two box**, which entirely cuml her. In
short, inch hat beea its sareess in curing diat n-aa ot the skin,
that I tii ink I ahould do thoae injustice who are similarly af
ttieted did I not let thorn know the peculiar benefit which 1
bave received, and whiah I have known hundred* of otkart to
receive from ike use oi your valuable remedy. Truly yourt,
kc. EDWIN PORTBR, Merebant. Kail River.
It it with much tatisfactian that the proprietors art able to
lay the above Certificate before the public, that all may tee and
know the great benefit which one individual it able to certify
to having received, and known other* to receive from tin ute
?f thit valuable medicine. Nat only for Salt Rheum, bat for
all ather disease* of the tkin, tuch at ring worm, Tetter, Saald
Head, Barber1! or Jackson Itch, Eczema, Itc.. this medicine i*
also a certain eur*. The Syrup of Saraaparilla is recommend
ed to be used with the Remedy, as it tends ts parify and throw
out from the blood and tyttem all the unhealthy huntr con
nected with the disease, and the application of the Remedy at
the same time, entirely eradicates it from the ayatem. Nnmeroas
instancei have occarred where this course ha* effected cure* ia
one we. k's time. Every persan afflicted with these complaints
in any form, is invited to make immediate use of thi* valaable
medicine, and get cured without delay. It i* warranted to
?aire, or the mouey will be refuuded.
Prepared arid lold by A. B. k D. Sand*. 19 Fulton, N. B
corner of Gold street, and 100 Fulton, corner af William st.;
and said also hy most of the retpeetable druggists in the U.
State*. Price SI je'ijJ-lm
PEACH ORCHARD AND GREY ASH COAL8?0W1
tatablished Coal Yard, No. 470 Grernwich. corner ai
King street. ? The subscriber, sarvivor of the late firm of Sey.
moar k klauoa, begs leave to inform hi* friends and the public,
that he it aow receiving a fall supply of tuperiar Peach Or
chard and Grey Ath ^oaJt, which will be delivered from the
y ard or from vattelt at the preaent low prices, free of aai t
age. via:
Far Philad. broken Peach Orchard Coal from vrtteU,
$7 60 par ton.
? Broken Peach Orahard from yard, 8 SO - *
- Egg, . . . . 8 60 * ?
" Nut, ? . . ? 7 M - ?*
Alto, for tale, Liverpool, Sidney and Virginia Coal*.
jylOlm WILLIAM SEYMOUR.
{?- THE CHEAPEST -CO
AND
MOST FASHIONABLE ESTABLISHMENT,
Haviat; the mo*t cilcnsive and splendid slock of Clolh*,Ca?*i
ni'rcs, Vr?tiug? and Summer Goods ia t hi* city, w+iich will b*
made up ia thrjmeit elegant style at the shortest notice, at th*
following pricc*. rath oa delivery, at the well known
CASH TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT OF
A. W. J I7IKX,
ikATE JAM kS fc TtfUl,]
aiden Lane aad No. 11 Liberty rt.
list or raicca.
Saparfine black, Sloe or fancy colored Dre**
Coa't, 914 to 81
Gentlemen*' Sunatr Coalt, from $4
Cautmrrr Pantaloon*, variety of pattara* and
color*, $4 50 to $9 00
YtaU of *ilk*,*atia*. velvet*, cassiraeres, Mar
seille*, VaUatia* or Thibet Cloth, $1 16 $6
The public will pl? ase obaervr the al^ve pricc* are 7ft per
cent h. low the ordinary priee? of .Merrhaat 1 a-lora. j'9*-y
TlO ARCHITECTS, BUILDERS, AND OTNER8
The subscriber* would respectfully inform builder* and
atSen.tliat they hare cauttantly on hand. and are prepared to
furniah at ahort notice, architectural ornameat* of trery de
?enption, " for the iaterior finishing of dttellings. churcha*.
*ad other pablic building*," ?ii| rapital* for caluma*, ami
ante do. to al the order* of architecture, console*, traaaea, en
riched moulding*, r?*ette?, patare*, friete oraamenl*,fcc. Ire.
ha- to any *isa. The loag prated quality of eempoutioa araa
ment*, a* eiecuted St them, render* it ueelt** to say much ia
it* ealagy j ami, witn the mean* they po?*e*?, and from long
practice ia the execution of model*, moaldt, aad every depart
ment ol busiurs*, flatter themselves that for boldness of relief,
aad general tharpne** and beauty, their work will be found
much superior to any thing of the k?nd don* in any other plaoe,
they having avoided that tiny, Mat and undefined appearance, *o
much and ?<? juitly complained of. Great attention having beta
paid la the mode* of manufacture, to iuvttr* the be*t quality, at
the lowed pe>ssilile price, they are happy to tay Uiat their pre
?eat Male of price* will be fuiuad ta be beyond the reach of
abatemeat or competition.
Builder* oat of New York, in aay part of the Uaited Stale*,
wonld find a material saving, and like wi*e procure a *siperi*r
article by calling or writing tor any thing of the kind tbey may
raquire, a* we have an hand, and are enabled to fill order* to
my amount at vary abort uotiec
U ALLIEN It MURPHY,
Manufactory 6W Broadway,
mvl4-3m* One door from NiblaV
NOII< E. The andertigasd liernt.v ti?e. aolice. ibm in
coa*equ*nc* af reaaal aot* of ( ;bri*tiaa Klag, formerly
ia the employ of F. Schwann Ik Co., he ha* bee* compelled oa
behalf of himfelf aad hi* partner, iJoaalbaa Akravd, to apply a
aecoad time to the Chancellor of the Htate of New York for
relief. An Injunction hat aacordingly he?n gTaatrd by the
I hanceMor. bi whi<h tbe *aid Christian King, aad In* Agent*,
Coaaietlor*, Attorney* and Salicilae*. are ordered " Ah* date
ly to de*i*| and refraia from intermeddling with nr di?p< sing
of any of the property aad effect* of the late arm of F. Hehwann
A Co , or any debt* due ta the late firm, or any gooda of athar
person*, which had been convened to the taid firm previau* to
the date of the agreement of the I'ith June, tWW, in the taid
Rill mentioned, or with the Bwohs of the *anl firm, or aay of
the papers thereof, aad from receiving, or callerting, or dispo
sing of any mome* or other proceed* of good*, ar effe.-U, or
moniet of the *aid firm or af good* so roosigned, and from in
terfering with the poeaemiaa of the *aid good* by the com
plamant or either of them, or their agent*, or sert ante, or from
preventing them, or aay of them from entering the (tore No.
41 Etrliaage Place, far the purpo*e of taking |io**es*io* af ihe
?aid good* and effect*, and removing them from the *aid store."
The undertigued giv?* this notice for the purpose af appris
ing all peraoas having huiine** transaction* with the firm of F.
Hchwaan It Co., tha tai l Christian K'ltg has no authority to
transact ant hutineae, reerive any monie*, ar do any thing for
ar on behalf of the *aid firm of Schwann It Co.; aad also, that
Ihe *aid Christian Klag ha* no authority ta receive or collect
an* monies for goods belonging to ar consigned to taid firm, aad
**M by Sim ia h? individual name.
KREDTRH K SCHWANN
M. B ?The Ofire for the liquidation of the affairs of F.
ivh* ann k Co is removed to A3 Pine st. jyHO-flw*
Military and firemen s caps-militari
HORSE EQUIPMENTS, Leather Gan I aae* Gam*
?ad Shot Bags, I art ridge Bote*, Bells, Scabbard* and Kn?p
tack*. All the abate article*, Wholesale and Retail at MteraJ
price*, ? alsa, Traaki, Valiee*, Carpel bag*. Mat Bote* aad
every thing ia hit line af buainet*.
HENRY 8. GRATACAP.
MB Broadway, Setweea Wliile and Walhar street*.
N B. < ompanie* about forming, both Military aad Firemen
oan he fnmithed with Cap* at the shortest notice. my I4-Sm"
II.!. Ills Mini *?>>?. R n I hi n B It . ih- II ???-?. I.. I.
IN consequence of th* iacreaaiug p?troa?ge to thia bouse,
the proprietor ha* heea induce l to enlarge aad make great
improvement*, and i* now in complete readme** for boarder*
and viailar*. Thi* evtablithmenl is well kaowa a* being the
ne*re*t sea-bathing place to New York, (being oal? *4 mile*
from Brooklyn.) and w pronounced by medical maa and all who
visit it. a* being Ihe most healthy and delightful (itualioa oa
the i?land la front of the house i* a *plendid prospect of the
Atlantic Ocean, with all the *hipi>ing arriving aad departing
from the port of New Yark ; ia the rear i* an eiientlve new n?
Long I aland, alth it* beiatifnl caltivaied field*. Adjoining
th* hoaae it a grave of locast trees, a r*fre?hing shad* daring
the hot weather The hathiag-h.iace* ar Ihe beach ar* hut a
s? owe * throw from the hoaae | one liar ladiaa aad ahildrva, aad
Ihe other for gentl*m*a. Ealra luies af stage* wBI ran la the
Bath as fblltwa, vit : ?
Frata Faltoa Ferry, Brwaklpa From Bath IIou**.
At lOo'aloak, A M. 7 o'clock, A Sk
4 P. M. S A. M
? F. M. ? T M.
>47 In* WM. BROWN, Proprietor
PRICE NOT THE TEST OF CHEAPNESS.
Political cccnomicts hare frequently differed a* to what
a fair, and at tile same time, the surest measure of value : hut
we never yet came across any one who had gravely recorded A
to be hit opinion that the nominal price any article lold fbr, wu
any arviire *T it* actual value. Sucn a aotioa would be
deemed so great a fallacy, that it* statemeut on paper ai a Uyi
Ml deduction, would prove iU awa absurdity, aad yet, those id
dividaal* who ran abowt from m atore to another for the par
pa*e of ascertaining the minimum number of dollars and cent*
at which they can be furnished with article* of food and rai
meat, of course commit ?* still greater, because a mors
practical absurdity, ihan any speculative philosopher would
do, who sat dowu in his closet to argue from sarh false
premises. The one would merely be laughed at as a visinoarj
schemer; but the other is deemed fit only to graduate among tht
philosophers of Lauuta, who contemplated malting deal board)
out of Sawdast, and extracting sunbeams from cucumber*. Ta
king that most important of all articles to men in this dressing age
a eeat, whether (rock, arc**, riding, or the kind c*lled " top," it
matters not, and see liow many different elements, all of wkiefc
affect the interest of the wearer, go to make ur> its coat.
1st, There ic the raw material, and secondly, the quality ol
the dye used and the degree of skill possessed by the manufacture!
Of the elath. These primordial ingredients towards a eoat.itis
self evident, must vary as much as the wind, weather, or evea
woman's caprice; and 'idly, when it comes into the hands uf" th#
Snyder," there is the skill of the cutter, the quality of the trim
miugs, and last, though not least, the scientific qualification!
which the artist may posscsr, who is to send it "into this
breathing world," not " a thing of shreds and patches," but ai
article of beauty, utility anl luxury fated either to adorn, 01
dosecrate the human forms. Other reasons could be adduced
to show that in coats, at leact, many things, which the world at
large thinks not of, should be taken into consideration before
its actual value can be ascertained. If these principles are
based on truth, what folly is it then, for men to waste thcii
shoe leather in running after stores, or in finding out tailon
who ehwrge a low nominal price, when it ic evident that is aci
the test cf cheapness. They should not entirely disregard
pi ice, bat at the same time, they shoirfd examine the material
ascertain the standing of the mauufaeturer of it; not neglect the
skill of the cutter, and above all, pay especial attention to the
qualifications cf the workman, who is to give the finishing touch
to that which in ils native simplicity protected the sheep, bul
when a proper and scientific amount or labor has been gives te
it, ic capable cf adding dignity and beauty to the ?
u noblest work of God."
If this train of reasoning should happen to convince any ol
the bargain buyers, that estimate aiticlae by dollars aud cents
alone, they are advised forthwith to visit the cash stock of
8. PHILLIPS, No. 1M, William sTBEKT,and ascertain by th<
evidence of their own eye*, if the articles of dress made up bj
him, are not equal in quality, durability, cut aud workmanship
to any produced by the most fashiouahle houses in Broadway
Having satisfactorily solved this problem, they may compart
their several nominal prices, and he convinced, that althougl
price is not the test of cheapness, PHILLIP'S SYSTEM is ?
for although he imports the best article aud employ* none but
the b'tt workmen, he nevertheless sells for ready money, at 34
per cent lesc than is charged bj those who do business on tht
old and exploded credit system. any'j8-8m
SYDNKY CIIPTON, or Vicissitudes in both Hemispheres
? a Tale of the 19th Century? recently nublisned by Har
per Si Brothers? is for sak by all the principal Booksellers.
jy 19-lm*
STONE'S WATER FILTERS? These filters have I* en
? highly approved of in Europe and America for the last
thirty years, and are accounted superior to any hitherto invented,
as tliey combine the properties of purifying as well as clarifying
the most turbid water. It is almost needless to advert to the
utility and advaatagei tc be derived from the use of a well con
structed filtering apparatus, as it it obvious to every person that
filtered rain water it much more wholesome and conducive to
health than either spring or riser wattr,the former almost inva?
riably containing mineral substances in solution, and the latter
being impregnated with decayed and putrid animal and vegetable
matter, the constant ase of which frequently occasions the
most dreadful diseases, such as fevers, agues, liver complaints,
Ic c. Filtered water is also of the great' st importance for ex*
tracticg more perfectly the virtues of tea, coffee, fcc., the truth
of which can be easily tested by making the experiment with
filtered and unfiltcred water. Manufactured aud sold only by
J. STONE, Phimber and Engineer,
390 Broadway, N. Y.
P. 8. ? Those who have Filters made by persons not under
standing the business, can have them repaired, and fitted up on
the subscriber's plan, and warranted to act perfectly. jyW-lm*
WINDOW BLIND MANUFACTORY.
THE sabseriber respectfully bees to inform the public, thai
he Iras constantly on hand a large and clegmut assortment
of every description of the paiuted transparent washable win
dow shades, consisting cf Italian aad other landscapes, Dntphi
nous, Chimt, Architectural and Faaey Blinds, which be caa
confidently recommend for their beauty, strength and great du
rability, as they have beeu known, with common care to lad
from teu to fourteen year*. The prices of the shades, including
eords. tassels, rack, pul lies, and fittings for windows, complete
vary from $7 and upwards, per pair. Blinds painted ami fitted
to order, by applying to GEORGE PLATT, 19 Spruce si.
N. B. ( ouuiry dealers supplied w? h blinds and blind fitting*
mH?-2ra*y
T^OTICE? The Subscriber offer* for salt on very favora*
ble term* ?
p?ir rery best made and warranted baroacke spring*
400 44 " tt tt ?tcp*
000 sett ? - ? bow*
JO .000 lb*, malleable coach eastings
260 sett barouche aid coach axles, warranted
0.000 pair Vermont wood harness
10.000 pair plated and bras* do
Ml sett very fine brass military bit* aad stirrup*
100 do do saddle cloths
*20,000 yds ceach lace, aesoi led; together with a full ascort
men! of saddlery and coach hardware, and Newark malleable
castings. J NO. J. BUMMEltS,
jyft-eodSm* * ISO Water st.
FOR SALE? indry small demands against the following
individuals via . Nr. John Allen, < armaa ; II. Hardie,
I slater, living ia tkt Mkfhborhand of Bltecker street; Mr. Gal*
ner, late of M'Ji ? ai :'_eet; Mr. Montgomery, Cabinet maker,
in the upj>er pan ?f the city; Dr. Dorr, late of Walker st.,
bat now residing in Bestcn. For particulars, enquire at Na
88 Maiden Lane. jsft-istfy
O, A. Rradbraali'a
general outfitting store,
Where ? Gentleman may procare every article for a complete
Oaifit ot the best quality,
So 33,1 PEARL STREET. CORNER OF FRANKLIN
SQUARE. N. Y.
Here the public ma) alwa>s procure
Fine goods in the Outfitting line.
And what is important, be cure.
That aatirini( aeal will combine,
With skill in preparing each sort
Aa good ac elsewhere can be bought.
Here the steamboat and packet ship may
Tltctr ready made linen procure,
And prices most moderate pay
For article* well made ami secure.
Here they wilt constantly keep
Every article belonging to that Has*,
From the counterpane, blanket and sheet
To the towel and . loth for yosir glees
Gentlemen also will fed
Their ready made linen complete,
From fabrics the best of their kind.
And made up exceedingly neat.
Shirt*, Under Shirts, Draw'rv Belts and Hose,
Handkerchiefs, Boeoms aad Stock*.
While the skill that each article shows
Bring* customers crowding in Bock*.
But he need not each itesn t else arse ,
The Suspensler, the Collar, the Gloec
The Pantaloon, Strap and the Purse,
Recti fin* aa those mentioned above.
Liaean,likewiee,to order are made
By thoce who are known to excel
And the eery fair price that m naid
Yield* work that icalwaya ?<ae well.
TW extremely convenient to kaiw
Where aa ample assortmeat i* found ,
And at once there be able to go
Without aearchlng the eity all rouad.
Also, Vesting and Stock Satin*, la lengths, to suit purchasers
my'29-Sm
RYDF.RS NORTHERN AND SOUTHERN OKN
TLEMEN'S FASHIONABLE BOOT AND SHOE
ESTABLISHMENTS, No I B"kmu ?trr*?, N?w York
*n?l No. IS titlehu Nrw Orl?an?. Howthrrn
Milting lh? city of New York, *r* rr?p#ct fully iul"rm?<l thai
tlxj will fln<l i fall aMorimrMt of Optra and Dr*?a Boot* t'n
io? Shoe*, Kmry and Dr??* Pumpt, and Oaiter* of lb? ?ai??
?tyl? and ijumNm it ??r? formatted tkem at No. 18 Natrhe* it
New Orlratu, ami whi?h oluaiord the firtl premium at the l?t?
Fair in that city .
Oentlemen purchasing or (iria( order* for Itae Bo?U ft>r tfc?
Charleston, Mobil*, New Orleant, Nalehet, VirattmrgH, or
nf up in?ih irMUm citiea. are inriled to rah
N. B. Firtt Premium at the African New Yo?t
mt ? - Mechanic* InatitaU, "
?rs, ?!???????
URIAH RYDCR
90 Cmn Ounai
Auiiira Sale*.
^^>3* Ntw TOW TAHKIMHi* ? ?
jT" -J" riplw tale* bv iuctioa,i( thie ??M known ?f
tabHihneat. of florae*, OtnriMM, kt., eoat?
?[ \ j / iim to lake place aa erirj Mw4i|, at A
o'clock, throaghoat ?h* year.
The n?Tt regular *ale will (lit plaee on Vioaday, Jaly 194,
at 11 o'clock, iomm?uMi| with Carriage*, Narae**, he., aad a
It o'clock tke sale ef Hor*e* will commeaoe.
Oeatlemen having Horace to ditpoee of, arc requested
make early ipplieatiea, so a* to accara a |*?4 Dumber aa Mm
catalogue, a* ao horse eaa be offered at auctioa unlea* regnter
ed time for a number aa the catalogue, for which purpose tfta
register will be kept opea till Saturday, STtk July, at S P Mi
UEO. W. MILLER
jy#-y Successor to J. W. Watson, 446 I) ma J way.
PEARSALL'S NASSAU COFFEE HOUSE.- The Subf
?criber moit respectfully inform* bia friende and (he public
that he ha* fitted up aud furnished the baildiag No. #4 aad tit
N.nsuu ttreet, three door* cast of Maiden Lane.iu the moat eto
gant style ai a Refectory. Oeotlem-n doing bust Bess in tha
lower part of the city will find it a convsnient aad pleaan?*
place to dine.
The Subscriber flatter* him?elf. from the etperieace kehW
had in thi* business, that he >? able to compete with anf cdhev
in his line.
N. B.? The Sub*eriber i? prepared to furnish dimuaangltf
collation* at the ihortest notice. All order* left at Iim
tahlithmeat. Fulton market corner of Front *treet, or attte
above number* Natsan street, wiH be attended t?.
Hot Breakfast from A to 10 A. M.
" Dinner " 19 M. to 4 P. M.
" Supper " 6 to 9 P. M.
K'ir- I 111 ' D. I'KAH
PAVILION, NEW BRIGHTON, opposite New Torli
City ? This defcghtfat local ion, half an hoar"* tail from tha
Cityaf New York, i* now npeued on the maacr arrangement
for the accommodation of boarder* aad suiter*. Familie* eaa
have room* to *uit. The apper ritn* are reserved for *iagla
gentlemen, and will be let oa reasoaable term*.
The steamboats uow leave the aity at 7, 104, 1\. 1} aad T
a 'clock ; aad the Island at 7, 10, 1. Saad 6}, (accept Sunday) ?
on that day they leave from 8 o'cloak ta the meriang till 7 ia
the evening, every two hour*.
The Kendall Band i* engaged for the *ea*on.
The Salt Water Bath are iu complete readlaee* for bathing
je58-tf
SCHOOLEY'S MOUNTAIN "MINERAL SPRINGS.
MARSH'S HEATH HOUSE
QQ- THIS establishment, so well known to the public, haa
been one* for the receotiou of compaay since the 15th of June
last. It i* deemed only necesearv to ia* that the whole esta
blishmnnt ha* been put in unusually good condition, and every
effort ha* and will be made to maintain the high reputati' <? ft
at pretent |>o?se*se*, aud make it even more deeirable a* a plaaa
of summer resort than heretofore.
jy4-lm* E. MARSH Proprietor.
PETTET'S
BtTTKRV HBTHIi.
Battery Place ? New York.
THE subtcriber return* hi* grateful thank* to hi* frirade
and th* puhlir, for the *upport he has eiperienccl for the
last six years, aud bee* leave to inform them that he has opened
an extensive Hotel Kir the accomaaodatiou of traveller* froa*
every teclioa of the Usioa.
The Battery Hotel i* situated oa Battery Place, froatiag tha
Bay of New York, one of the most deeirable aad ceinmtndiag
titrations in the city, and, a* regards location, is unrivalled.
The landing* are but a shart Jistanet from the Hotel, whera
arrive daily, the steamboat* from Philadelphia, Providence,.
Stoiiiugtou. and Albany. Pa*?enger? have, therefore, every fa
cility in starting for any of the great Northern, Eastern, Weet
ern, or Southern route*
The Interior arrangement* of the Hoatc are caloulated to af
ford satisfaction to ail. Tne parlors are spacious, and are fur
nished in the neatest style. The bedroom* reofi larger sire,
and rendered more comfortable than are usually obtained ia
large Hotel*.
The proprietor a**uret the public, that no eipease will ha
?pared, ana every exertion made, to reader hi* establishment a
desirable resort for traveller* and citizen*. jyTJ-lm
{JSJ- SECOND WA~Rir HOTtuLl? Neat to the coraer I
Fulton street, in Na**au street. THi* well known establishment
having undergone a thorough refitting, i* uow in complete order
for the accommodation of those who may honor it with their
petmaage.
There are ia this house, besides the lower story, which is thrown
entirely opea a* a public bar room, a laige room upon th* se
cond story, 76 feet by 25, well suited for the accommodation of
public meeting*, together with several smaller ones adapted to
the ase of club* , referee*, or for the transaction of other private
business.
Club* aad private partiee accommodated with roe aa, ?!
may be furnished with dinners or suppers, composed ef evev
?pecie* of gume or delicacy which th* maraets afford at (holt
notice. (jelly) EDMUND JONES, Proprietor.
NICKERBOCKEK HALL. No. 19 Park Row.? The *uhj
sen bers having opened the above house oa the EURO
PEAN PLAN, would respectfully inform tlieir friends and Use
public, that they are now ready to accommodate them ia a style
not to be sarpwed by aay similar bouse ia this aity. Ilia
house will alway* be furnished with evrrv convenience, and all
the laxaries of aa uarivalled market. There are one hundred
lodging rooms, which are airy newly furniihed, and in perfect
order. The Ordinary, being on the nrst fUsor, so tperioa*. neat,
convenient, and well lurmsned, and the takle* thnll aJways ha
supplied with all the variety the aiarket afford*, served up by
ciperienced cn?ks.
The marked success which has attended aetaMiahmeaita of
this kind, is sufficieat evideace of their adapUoa to both buaiaaea
a*ea and traveller*.
Uentlem* a visiting the eitv, will find thie a aw>st desirable an4
ceatral (ituation, l>eing nearly oa Broadway, fronting the Park:
and, ia *hort, concent rates the beauty aad elegance ef local ana
transitory object* of attraction and splendor with which Near
York abounds EDS ALL it JONES.
N. B.? For the aecommedatiea of Traveller*, this hoaee will
be opeu at all hoar* ef the eight. al-tf
NEW REFECTORY.? J. SWEENEY inform# Ml Inrad
tuidthe public that be Ku opeued a ucvr Refer tory, iu tbag
larae ami elegant building, N? 144 Fnlton *treet. Fi?h, Flaak
and Koal arc alway* to be found oa hit table*, aad evtrj delta*
ct of the itiMo provided u too* m It mtin in lite in ark at?
Ne ewe or attention will be waatiai on hit P"?. to give (mnl
talitfactiaa, and he b?|>e? to fiad that generous eneoar i|i w?f I
which he ii determined to ?'eaarea.
ilO-tf J. SWEENEY
DANIKL sWhtJht, 11 Aaa (treat, return* hi* HK?n
thanki to hi* numernua frieade for I he liberal raaiportthey
have uniformly rendered him *iacehe Aral opened hi* lUfretorj
aad aeaure* them that it will We hiirnMW rad. .?vur Ii merit*
eoatinuaaee of Ihair approbatioa. Hi* table n aiwaya In ranha*
with the heat the market afford* : aad thoae who may honor hta
, table with th?ir pre?eoc?, may deneud apoa being aerved witk
aleaalinee*. civility aad promptitude. jlf tf
BIT* U S Bl.r.AC HINU POWDfcHa.? The aatrcriben.
aole arenl* in the U. Statee for the ?aie of Bo)d k SUoe'
Bleaching Pawdera, can *uppl| maavfactarer* and dealera at
the lowril market price*. For purity aad atreagth they will
be found fully equal to *aj manuf <cinre<l in thia country or
Ureal Bntaia. t PERS9H Ii BROOKS,
ei ? 41 Liberty iL
ITER ARY M O V E L T I K S? Now rrady, m
2 voltimn?
I. The Adventure* of Harry Fraaco ? ? Tale of the Taiwc.?
"Harry Franco ia decidedly an interesting tale? *ome oftl < h?
moroua areuea put u? in mind ot Petar Staple'* Adventure* ?
Ttmn.
It. Bejanai, and other Romaa Tale* ? by Edward Mat una.
aaaai.v iiidi.
III. The Dwarf, a Dramatic Poem? by June* Ree?, editor at
Hie Beautie* of Web*ter, fcc.
IV. The Author'* Printing aad Pahti*hing Aaanlant.
V. The Monthly ('hrouicla of Original Literature? No. L
VI. Cowper'* Letter* aad Peem*? edited hy Oriaohawe ?
(he (I rat and oaly complete edition? ?plendidly. illutlrated by
the Fiadeaa la ? vola.
VII. The Poetical Work* of Mlltoa?ia 8 vol#,? wilh vplea
did iHadratinnt, by Martin.
VIII The Lnndoa Encyclopedia? complete ia W tola, large
It to. with nearly MM) iMuvtralie* plate*? half bound Rutiia gilt.
Pihlivhed and for ?ale by
Jy?y F ?A UNDER*, UT Bmadwaf
n|-RMHHi;i> 4 PA K T M E N TB? To let ia a nleavaat
I1 part of Broome dreet, to ane or two aingle gentlemea ?
fo**ei*ion given immediately Far paiticular* apply to th?
addre** of ?? A . R..'' at thi? office. jiJ4St*
UTaNI LOCK HOSPITAL. Established iWflT
? word la tk? WVse."? Professor Cooke, M. D.
D. Dj L. L. D., ( hanceklor <?f the Univemty and President of
the Medical Department of the College of Ridley, Fellow of
the Royal College of Surreone and Phy*iri?a?, and Correa
rmndiag Vaccinator of the National Vacrine E*tabli*hment ia
London, General Coaaulting fhytician and Surgeon Accoa
cheur, may alway* be confidential!* cunaulled by the unfortu
nate, personally, or hy letter, in eecn department of Hiysic and
Surgery at hia office, No 3 Norton, or at b?e re?idei*ce. No. U
Ureen <treet, Albany, N. Y. Confidential con*ultntion* daily
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