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POOL, 1140 ton* burthen
and 4M hone power, R. J.
Farntn, R. N., commander,
? ? m apfoiitei* I* sail u follows :
Prom New York. /Yum Liverpool.
Ittth May. stOlh April.
6tli July. 19th June.
34th August. 1st August.
10th October. 91st September.
14th December. 14th November.
Fare to Liverpool, thirty Ave guineas ($ 108 33) in the aft,
thirty guineas ($140) ia the fore saloon, including wines
all stores No second class passengers taken. Children
13 and servants hair price.
Mer 13 anu scrvauis n?n r.
An experienced surgeon accompanies this ship.
For passage or freight, apply personally or hjr letter to
al8 ABM. BELL * CO. Ageuts. 117 Fultoii st., N. Y.
The Steam ship BRITISH
QUEEN, Lieut. Richard Rob
erts. R. N., commander.? This
splindd Steam-ship, burthen
3010 tout, and 400"horse power,
will sail from London on the
99th ?f June, and Portsmouth
on 1st of Jaly.
The days appoiutnd for her departure (rem this port for
London, are 1st August, 1st October, and 1st December
The rate of passage is Axed as follows:?
Saloon, ? . 36 guineas, or $163 33
Lower .( ue-rooms, . 30 guineas, or $140 00
Fore saloon, ? - 90 guinea*, or $93 33
Children, under 14 Tears, half price.
For freight, (.f which this ship will take 690 tons.) or pas
sage, apply to WADSWORTH It SMITH,
4 Jones' Lane, rear 103 Front street,
Agents of the Br. It Ain. Steam Nay. Co.
An experienced Surgeon will be attached to the ship. Plans
?f the eabiiu may be seen at the office of the consignee*.
j*?-y .
trips per day from sseh place. ? The new and
'splendid steamboat PASSAIC, Capt. P. W.
Martin, on a*d atler Thursday, May 9th, will ruu between
Wewark an>l New York, making three trips a day from each
H?c, aud leave as follows;?
Centre wharf, Newark,
91 o'clock A. M.
From foot of Barclay st. N. Y
84 o'clock A. M.
12| P.M.
On Sundays the Passaic will ni? and leave .
Centre wharf, Newark, I Foot of Barclay st., N. York,
71 o'clodt A M
S " T. M.
10 o'clock A. M.
* " P. M
o ? i . cm. | w - -
Tbe Psutaic will hind it Bergen Toint on her and 3 o'clock
trips down, aud I) and o'clock trips' up. Oa Sundays she
will land on Iter passage down and up cach trip.
. Fare to Newark, 18$ cts. Bergen Point, li.jcts.
The steamer Passaic is remarkacle for spued; perfrtrmiac
the distance mi from l$ to l J hoars each trip. Ladies will fiud
this route very pleasant aud particularly advantageous, as the
(?convenience of changing from car to ferry boat with baggage
is avoided. (i?ods and freight taken on reaaouable terms, but
only at the risk of the owners. m\23-y
? t . j-- Norfolk Charleston, 8. C., Petersburg, and
Richmond. ? The steamboats ALABAMA,
IBNTt'CKV aud JEWESS, all boats of speed and aocoinino
?iation, will commence running daHy on the ftrst April, between I
Baltimore Norfolk, and Portsmouth, leaving the lower end o !
Spear's wharf > wry afternoon at 3 o'clock, or immediately af- '
Wr the arrival of the ears from Philadelphia, and will arrive
neit morunig at Portsmouth in time for Uie cart for Wilming
ton, and thctH*r steamboats to Charleston. Returning will leave
Portsmouth every day after the cars arrive from the Snath, and
Rich Baltimore o?xt morning in tiaac for the cars for Phil a
These boils run in connection with the we II kaown steam
packets Georgia and South Carolina which leave Norfolk
?very Saturday for Charleston, giving travellers a choice. They
?Ico run ia connection with the James River boat* to Peters
fent^Ki Ittmmond. Strangers are islvmnt f?M tnrvcfUrc
know) that tliis is the sheapest and most comfortable route for
southern travellers as there are no changes frocyara, steam
boate, utd stages ir the dead af night, as on the vVasliui'tau
route. The company therefore hope the travelling part of the
community will patronise them, in giving a^ual facilities and
?amerior comfort.
Passage and fare to Norfolk, $9. JOHN W. BROWN,
?99- tf Agent.
trr. . . i i ?' Daily, Sundays excepted) at ft P. M., from
dattery Place, Pier No. 1, North River,
Tin. Stoninglon, Newport, and Providence. Steamers Masea
chusctts, ('apt. < omstock ; Narrsg?nsctt, Cai.t. Child j Lex
ington, Cnpt Vandertdlt, and the Massachusetts. One of
the abavr feiats will leare New York daily, except Sunday.
Passengers, on the arrival of the steamers at Mtooing
ton, may take the Railroad ears and proceed with the mail
immediately to Boston, or may continue in the steamer, via
Newport, and t ike 'he Railroad cars at Providsnce for Bosten
The steam, r LKX' NOTON, Cap a*i Vam'erl#t will len<c
ttiis afternoon 9a' hi Any. 37th July, at b a'ciock. Irom Pur No.
one, for Proi w'enoe, vie Stovngton and Newport, and the
RflODF. ISLANt*, Capt. Thayer, at the same time, from
Pier No four, for Providence direct. m?'J-6m
NONK.-Th- .tramhoal SARATOGA.
I am Wilcoi, will leave the loot of Liberty
?(reel, on Tuculaya, 1 hur*da??, and Saturday*, at two o'clock,
P. \1. Tint boat in writ calculated to carry ail kuidiof freight.
an<l !ia? luperior wcummml -lion for piuatngrr*, only drawing
90 inch" water, and it 300 torn burthen, aud well calculated
for the Pwniiic Hlvcr.
For fraigM or pa?*nge, apply to the Captain on hoard, or to
eomrr of Wm and Liberty tlreet.
ft. B. ? All kind* af frrifht taken on board nl" ihta Boat at
reoaonabie r*te*, in delivered at two o'clock on Ute da) *'f tail
k., ? jilMn
L people* link for alban*.
Lan iine at the n*ual laading* ? The ??* and
1 1 comatodioua ilewnhoal UTIf'A, tafiiuu
True*dell, will leave the tteamhoat pier, loot ol t'ourtUudt it.
mm Thurrday afternooa, JmV 35, at A o'clock
For freight or p.???*g?:, apply to CROOK k FOWBE?, cor
ner of We*t ?nd Liberty *trreti; PETER C. MCftULTZ, at
the office, or the Captaia oi board.
All gm?d*. freight, bank bill*, *peeie, or any other kind of
prnprtv. taken or ahipped on beard of tbi* boat miiat be at the
tiek of the owner* thereof.
N B. For the better accommodation of the up town paa
aen;?r?, thi* boat will land at the Old Pri*oa Wharf, foot of
H*mmnnd *treeL my**-7m
Regular day* of leaving New Yorbtfhi* aaonth, Wedaetday*
and ttaturdav*.
w r *?" The new, elegant. aari faat tailing iteamer
Jf)'IN W RH HMO.VD, Captain Wm. II
" '? ^ "*Town?ei?d, will leave frr the above placet, oa
? ttiiHay, July dih, at * o'clock, from Pier No. 6 North River.
For Nether information, apply to
at I he office na the wharf.
Traveller* nay be a??ur?d thai tbit boat will n?t rat* with
II) boal (hat ma) be put aiainat hir, but will prccerdon her
route a* if no otlitf boal wa? in company. jeA-tkn
1 i nding it the intermediate landing*. The
ami rlrpit tteamboat ROCHESTER,
Ciplam A. P. St. John, will le .ve tha Steamboat Pier between
foot of Cixirl lan< t and Liberty ?tt., on Munday afternoon,
J' '? "W. at ft o'clock.
tm >>a.?age or freight, apply to
Corner of Weil and Liberty ?U,
?f P. C. SHULTZ, a? the office,
or the Captain on b???nl.
N. B. ? All good*, freight, baggage, hank bill*, specie, or any
? her kiad of property, taken only at the riak of the owner*
ben of. mv'M-7m
? ~"?S5S HOBOKEN WALKi. Thhi fceaanr.,,
L^T jipY"-*' place of tummer retreat it now in perfect
order for the reception of company, and ii
#ne of the mi'tt |tlemul tetrcalt in the world. To rtcapefroin
the ticnl .md du*t of the city, and enjoy the cool ?hadea and rr
?re?|i inc hree?e* of thi' P'*r#) * ln*?iry ? hlth all can appre?
?late. Boat* ply cona'antly (rom Barclay tlrert, and two boat*
leave Canal and Chriltowher ?treet* evrer* thirty minute*. One
koa? rnn? until 10 oVI.-cV in the evening, leaving Barclay itrret
? <4.9. 10 oVIock.
Fare ?( cent*. JylUa*
w ^ >t?H POUtiHKEEI'ME- -l.andiiit at
t*raa*y Poib4, Caldwell'*, ('old Spring, Fieb
^^^'^^"?kill, lltmli?r|^, ?nd Milton.
The new, an>l tplctvltd iteataboat OSEOLA, Capt. MteWell,
will l?ave New fork fro* tie foot of Chamber* ttreel
?v?ry afte?e.?on (Sunday eteap ted) at 4 o'clock Reianunr
krive ro<i?ltlr>i ,Mie every a??wiwnf (Sundav e*cep?ed) at 7
?'clock. Leading at the old rtatr * prUan, toot Aam *tre?t,
0 tffc way.
All < *?>o?U. Freickl. Bank Bill*, Specie, ae any otker pro
perty takes or *Jii|>|>ed on bow l of tbi* boat, awl he at tke
?Mb of Ike owner* tlnwi of. wtfM- 1m
TINOS AND YONKERS. ? The new aud splendid steamboat
KOSCIUSKO, Capt. D. Haywood, will leave the Toot of Hob
in?oD itrrei, (ext above Barclay.) every morning, ( Fridays ex
cepted,) at 7 o'clock, (topping at the OH State Prison wharf
each way. Retarding, will leave Peekakiil at 1 o'clock.
Breakfast and Dinner on board.
P. 8. In order to afford passengers more time to spend in the
different places, the Kosciusko will leave Peekskill at 2 o'clock,
(for thie trip only.)
For the 4 accommodation of pamcager*, site will make a trip
ott Friday, leaving as above.
For further information, inquire of HAWKINS k WIL
LIAMSON, No. 97 West street, where packages, freight, lie.
will he received for the boat. j)S-y
. NO MONOPOLY? Ofp?tUtn Lin* fm
ALBANY? ? ark Ksoucao.
1 Ff.re to Albany, One Dollar.
" Poaghkeepeie, Filly Cent*.
The large and commudivu* steamboat U ASHINOTON,
Capt. A. Degmot, will leave the foot of Robiu<on street, for
Albany, on Saturday Evaaiao, July 17, at ft o'clock, landing
at the old State Prison Dock, Caldwell'*, Newburgh,
Poaghkeeptie, Kingston Point, Catakill, Hudson and Tox
Freickt taken at moderate price*.
For freight or passage apply to the Captain on board or to
M. M. k D R. MARTIN, No 1 14 West st. Her regular days
of leaving New York will b? Tuesdays, Thur*dayt a d Satur
days; leaving Albany for New York on Mouday, Wednesday
and Friday eewting, at A o'clock.
N. B. All persons are forbid trusting any persons en account
of the steamboat Washington or ownera. j> 22 l?a*
i'o the foot of Canal street. New York.
The ileankotl ORANOE, Capt. Isaac
Scott, will leave Fort Lcc and New York,
'touching at Bull's Ftrry, dail), nutil further
Leave Fort Lee one hoar bsfere snnrise, I A. M., 12 M., 6
Leave New York. 7 A. M., 10* A. If.. 2? P. M . flj P. M.
On Sundays, if fair weather ? Leave Fort Lee, * A. M., 8}
A. M , IS M? M 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, 11
P. M.
Stages will be in rcadine** ft Fort Lee te convey pa?seag?rs
to Hackensack. All package* to be left at Benjamin Mutt's,
SI I Spring ?treet Freight taken only at tke risk of the re
spective owners. Fare to Bull's Ferry, 12J cent* ? to Fcrt
Lee, 18} rent* ? Commencing n Saturday, June 1st, 1889.
Notice to Merchant* and all limine** Meu.
WILLIAM F. HARNDEN. having made ar
rangement* with the New York aud Boston
Transmutation, and Stcuington aud Pr< vidence
Rail Road Companio. will run a car through
. frvm Botton to N York, and vice versa, via Stun
ingtnn Rail Road, with the Mail Tram, Dally, for the trans
portation of Specie, small package* of Oi>od*, and bumilec of
all kind*. Packa^s trnt by this Line will be delivered early
on the following morning, at any part of the city, liee of
charge. A responsible agent will accompany the car, for the
puiposeof purchasing goods, and collecting draft*, note* and
bills , and will transact any other butmett, that may be en
trust.J to his charge.
Packages for SaFem. Lowell, Andcver, and Worcester. Ms.j
Portsmouth anJ Concord, N. II.; Gardiner, Augusta, Portland,
and Bangor, Me., will be forwarded immediately on their arri
val iii Boston.
All Package* mot be *cnt to 0??e, No. 2 Wall *trret, New
Oeorge Bond k Sun*, }
Bryant, Sturgi* k Co., |
Sat 25
J. W. Clark It Co. 1
B. B. Mwsey.
John T. Smith ItCc. i
BL H. Window, 5 New Yoa*.
Jame* W. Hale, J
N. 8. All package-, and bundle* must b? marked to hi* eare.
Wat. F Hxrnden i* aloue resj>. >nsible lor the I ??* or injury
of any article or pmfserty committed tc hi* ear*; nor it aay
risk wuaH by, or <ai> any b? ?it*i*e.l to thv Boston and
York Transport aticyi Company in ?ho*e Meamor* hit crate Is
to be transported, iarcspeci tc it, i>r it* couteut*,at auy time,
j* 10- 3 m
KOR LONDON ? Rriiitli Venfl? Th? i??t
new Br. Brie MAGNET, Capt. A Hparki, it do*
loading for the above port; aad hating iuo*t of her
earco engaged, Mill bare immediate despatch
For frnght or pa?*agc, apply to the Captain, oa board, at
Orb an* wharf, foot of Wall *treet,or to
j)3?y E. K COLLINS k CO.. Ml South ?t reel.
A KOK LONoON. ? Regular partial of Aaeuil III.
MR3W%. The firat claaa coppered ?n<l Oop|?r laalencd paeket
"***^""a?hi|i ONTARIO, 'aptam H. Huttleaou, will aail aa
a bore (bar regular day,) having very(U|ierior accommodation
for cabin and iteorage pa?*?nger? Thove intruding to embark,
? hoi, Id tnnk* early application on board, foot of Pine ttreel,
?r to the ??baent>ar>, RAW SON k McMURRAY,
jy'i3-y conn of Pina ami oouth da.
AAvr FOR LIVERPO0L.-New Line -KeguNr Packet
of 'fttb Augu*t -The elegant pack) I ?hip SIDDON*,
Capt*in N. B Palmer, of 100# torn burthen, will tail
a* ab m.
For freight or pa**age, havng accommodation* unequalled
for splendor and comfort, apply <>u board at Orleant wharf, or
to E. K. COLLINS k CO. M South at.
The packet (hip SHERIDAN will tucceed IIm Hiddont, and
?ail on the 'J .11 h Kept. j\ 2tty
M'lH MARSEILLES Mm ver) oiipenor li? w
Ru??ian (hip MINLTTE, (J apt. Setli. having the
"*?"?prtunpal part of her cargo engaged and ua w going ou
bo t-d ?lie will promptly be 4?*i>a(ch> d.
For balauoe of freight, which will be taken at low rate*, ap
>ly to BOY D fc HIN< KEN,
jyl-y 9 Tontine Building*.
fASSAUE ? ?! M BELFAST, (dirett J-R?
aideaia detirou* of (ending for their fatailie* or
"??tBma frirndi, to come direct from the above port, have
now a very favorable opportunity . by the well knovra, faat tail,
int packet (hip JOSEPHINE, '"apt Priudle. A levLerih*
only tern ua dm eg ?ged. which ma) he (ecured if immediate
application be made to the (ub*c ibera.
je*.y corner of Piie and South <li.
PACKETS FOfl HAVHi.,- (ikord
Jf?V Th? ?hip BALTIMORE. Jame* l-'aork, ma*ler,
MiltuD lit Augaat. BOYD fc HlCKf.N, Agenta.
No. 9 T online Buildinft.
Tire pHM-.ge money in the cabin, by thiv line, i( now Ac d at
one hundrid dollar*; but Wiaet and Liquor*, of any eta**, will
not be furni(hed. jylft
FOR HAVRE. ? The (uperior French Brtg t ourier
tltfiV du Rretil, Captain Roturi*r. For freight or paaaage
?? ?'i apply to BOYD fc HINCKEN.
jvll* t Tontine Bui Idiot*.
4*^ Tor SAVANNAH? Ski# Liae.? Ref?lar~Day.
The well known very *nperior fa?t *aflii<t> packet
(hip (iASTON, W Whitlcey, m?*l? r. i( now load
ing for the above por', and will meet with immediate d{ip?tch.
Having very comlorttblc accvBirodalioni for raliin ai, 'i ateer
age paMcn|tera, peraont intending going South *hould ink'
titly application on board foot of Pine at. or to
iy4? y RAWSON k McMURRAY. cor Pin- k Sr.uth (U.
'i'lT ORCHARD, 1939.? Thia ??ll known and faakmnable
<*-*'tre?ort it now or 'ergoiaf con?iderablc repair, and will lie
ipa for the reception of vidtora Ju?? Ifcih. The roada lending
to thi* e*ta><li*hmeat have alae undergone a thorough repair, ea
peci ?ll\ lhat portion of it on the mountain ha* betn rendered
perfectly ??f? ami amoolh.
The atagra will run regularly daring the *ea*on between the
Landing and the Mountain Rou*e, and will be found in readi
neaa at all tint'* on ihe arrival of the boat( at the Cal?kill Land
ing. Ealra cartinge* ftirruthed either at the Landing or Moun
tain Hnuae on the aborted notice.
Eor cheapa"* and durability, air not ?urpa*eed hy an)
heretofore offered. Tltet combine all the requidt*
ipiaMtie* of the m<ireco?lly for color. Iifblne?a, dura
bilitjr did luatee, at the reduced price of |1 Their aalei
are (or cadi, which preclude* Ihe nece*(ity o( charging thegoot
cmtomer ftir loa* inrurred hy the bad. The public art invited
to i tamme their (lata a? BROWN li CO. *8 wliuleaale aed re
lail wnrrl>ou*e. No 178 Chatham Square, oomer of Molt at.
Now York. my ill -Am'
Milncril-er* hare ju*t received a large supply of the
ibnve Water frcm">lh? Vroprtrtora, which th- ? offer for (?le at
?%\t. S?l?(, " W Mil It <., li? Broadway, and 10 A.lor Houac
k. ww?ral dt?cutll,??4l ?* wholeaale purrhnoera
Agent* for the Proprieton for N. York and the Eautaru Statea
C??#.iHH<.M? tlKHI* TtlOTH PAS I'K - l'i.i* highlt
t popular ilenltfrice r?n be hi<d. warranted genuine, at th
Medic ?ted Lotenge W-rehouae, I0S Na??* >tre?t, one dooi
ahot e Ann, where Shenn celebrated f'oi.gh Loaengv* ?r?
aold. j<#?-y
ClULLEC'l ION* on all WU oi the H.oted statea, t anada
/ and Fnrope made oa tne hed term*, hy
jy9?y S. i. BYLVCSTER, 190 Broadway and W Wall at.
Vt Plata m4 Fancr P?p?r Htua 1 mM
1S1 Paltoa ? Ireclp
Three door* from Nassau ,
City ajtd country merchant! will find couatontH a vcq
arge stock en hand. They can be accommodated ttt snort bo
lice to any site or any quantity they please; alia, shippiat
them in ?o profitable a packing u may be de tired to aay part of
Real genuine Cologne Water, imported from Vermuoy, of ?
most superior quality ? will satisfy every purchaser.
Alro, just received by late arrivals, a fine lot of
?f the m st brautifol patteans. mjll-y
Fall R'?bb, Mass. May 8, 183a.
Messrs. A. B. k D. Saads Ifiadbeeu afflicted with th>- Salt
Rheum in it* severest form for several years, and at times it
was so bad on my aand rand sn diflcreat part* of my body, as
almont to preven tm >attradiag to basinets. I hud made ute of
a great number ofdiAVrent preparation* without obtaining but
little if any benefit, and I became so mnch discouraged thai I re
solved to n?<' no more uules.<) I could prccurc one warraated to
cure. Hearing of yourvalnable Remedy, I went to Providence
and purchased one dosea of it, confide* t that if it eured me I
could disnose of hundreds of boxe*. 1 used it imasedietely?
rreeived that ii benefitted ase? and alter u'iug it a few weeks,
was eared entirely, and my skin was as fUir as if I never had
had U. It is uow about two year* siaoo I was cured, and mm .
that time 1 have been entirely free from it. I have >isc?> V
hundreds of boxes to my friends and customers, and it ha* hern
uw ' with almost aniversal saroesc in every iustance. Onalady,
who exiled on me for it, had the complaint so bad on her boo,
that I aoald hardly bear to look at her. Sbe bought one boa,
and in less than oae week, she was comparatively oh red
? she tscd oaly two boxes, which entirely cured W. la
?Hurt, sash has beea its sacesss in curing dis?a-e* of the ?kin,
thai I think I should do those injustice who are similarly af
flicttd did I not let them know the peculiar benefit which I
have received, and which I have known hundreds of other* to
receive from the use ol your valuable remedy. Truly yours,
kc. EDWIN PORTBR, Merchant. Fall River.
It is wlik much *ati?fartion U>.it the proprietors are able to
lay the above Certificate before the public, that all may sea and
kii'?w the great benefit which one individual is able to certify
to having rtcived, and known others to receive frum the use
of this valuable mesicine. Not only for Salt Rheum, but, for
all other diseases of the skin, such as ring worm, Tetter, Scald
Head. Barber's or Jackson Itch, Ecseraa, Itc., this medicine is
also a certain cure. The Syrup of Sarsaparilla is recommend
ed to be used with the Remedy, as it tends to parify and throw
out troai the blood and system all the unhealthy humor eon*
asctsd with the disease, and the application of the Remedy at
the same time, entirely eradicate* it from the system. Namtroat
instances have occarred wlisre this course has effected cares ia
one week's time. Every person artlictsd with these complaiuts
in any form, isinvitod to make immediate use of tlus valaable
medicine, and get cured without delay. It is warranted to
cure, or the money will be refunded.
Prepared and sold by A. B. k D. Sands, 79 Fulton, N. K.
corner of Clold street, aad 100 Fulton, corner of William st.;
and sold also by most of the respectable druggists ia the U.
State*. Price SI jeM-lm
established Coal Yard, No. 670 Greenwich, corner ol
King street.? The subscriber, sarvivor of the late firm of Sey
moiir k Maitoa. begs leave to inform bt? friend* and the public,
that he l? now receiving a fall supply of superior Pca?h Or
chard and Grey A?h Coals, which wib be delivered from the
Kardor front vessels at thr present low prices, free of cart
age. via:
ForPhilad. broken Peach Orchard Coal from vessels,
$7 60 por toft.
* Broken Peach Orchard from yard, 8 AO ?* 4 '
? Eg*, . . - ? 8 60 * ?
? Nut, . . . 7 "
Also, for sale, Liverpool, Sidney and Virginia Coal*.
IIhtid^ the mo*t eateusive ami *plendid dock of Cloths, Cassi
mrrci, Veiling! anil Summer Good* is this city, which will be
made up in thejatait elegant style at the shortest notice, at the
foilowuiu prices. cash ?a delivery, al the well kno^u
cash tailoring establishment or
a. v. jt.m:*,
[tATt James k TavLeaJ
No. M Maiden Liar and No. II Liberty ?t.
hit or rticii.
9ap?rfine black, blue or fancy colored Dree*
Co?'?, $14 ta SI
ti'ntlraeae' Summer Coats. from S3
Cassimere Pantaluous, variety of pattern* and
colors, (4 40 to %9 40
T tele of silke, satins, velvets. citeim' res, Mar
seille*, Valealiu or Thibet Cloth, f9 24 ta $&
The public will pi. tar observe the above price* are 74 per
eeot low the ordinary prices of Merchant Tlilew. t?'f-y
n?e subscribers wvald rr*|>e? tl'ully inform builders and
ttSe.n, that they have constantly on hand, and arc prepaicd U
furnish at short notice, architectural ornament* af svery de
scuption, "for tbe interior finishing of dwelling*, ehurche*.
and other public buildings," vict capitals fur ealumu*, aac
ants do. to all the orders of architecture, eon*alrs, trasses, en
ricbed mouldings, rate ties, p?lares, frieae ornaments, he. kx
Ice. to any site. The long proved quality of composition oraa
inents, as eiecuted by them, renders it melts* to say much ia
its eulogy; and, witn the means they posse**, and from leap
practice ia the eiccution of models, moulds, ami every il< p ?rt
meat ?>l business, (latter themselves that for holtlnes* of relief,
aad general sharpness and beauty, their work will be found
much sujierior to aay tbiag of the k'nd done in any other pUae.
they having avoided that tiny, tat and undefined appearance, so
much and so justly camplained of. Ureal attention havitifheen
paid to the modes of manufacture, to iusure the best quality, al
tlie lowest possible price, they are happy to say that their pre
sent scale of price* will be found to be beyond the reach o I
abatement or competition.
Builder* out of New York, in any part of the United States,
wm4d Had a material saving, and Ilk* wise procure a superior
article by tailing or writing for .ray thing of the kind they ma)
require, as we have an band, Mid are enabled to fil I order* te
any amount at vary short notice
Manufactory .Vfli Uraadnay,
?vlilm* One door from NiblaV
O I K It.? The an<ler*ii;B* >1 hereby give* a<>lice. that ia
_ . consequence af recent a?ts of < brisnaa King, (nocrly
.a the ? inploy of I*. Schwana k t o., he ha* beea compelled oa
behalf of himself aad his partner, Joaatban Akrnyd, to apuiv a
second time to the Chancellor of the State of New York for
rel ef. An Injunction hat accordingly ke? n granted by Iht
Chancellor, by which tbe said Christian King, and his Ageats,
< ona?*llor*, Attorney* and Kolkitor*. ara ordered - Absolute
ly lo delist and refraia Irom intermeddling with >r di>p>eiiig
of any of the property awl effect* ef the laic firm of F- Hcbw^an
k Co , or any del is due la the late firm, or anv fo, ds of * Ur
person*, whiih had lieen c?u*ittned to the said firm previeus 1a
the da'e of the agreement of I lie I'Jlh June, IISO, in the said
Bill mentioned, or with the Books of the said Arm. or aay of
the papers thereof, and from receiv ng, or collet-ting. or di*po
sing or ant monies or other proceed* of goodi, or < ffet Is, or
monies of the *aid firm or of goods ?o cot mned, aad from in*
terfering with the |>ns*e**ion of the said good* by tbe com
p'aiuan' or either of them, or their agent*, or *ervant*. or from
prefeuiing them, or aay of them from entering Uie *tore Na.
4i Etchauie Place, fur tlia purpoee of taking possesion ?f the
said goods and effects, and removing ihem Irom the aaid store."
Ti?e underrigiie.l give lliif notice for (he purpa*e af appris
ing all persons having business transaction* with the firm of F.
JSchWnon It Co.. ilia said Christian K'ug ha* no authority to
transact ant bn*iae**, receive any monies, ar do any thing for
or oa b< half of the ?aid firm of Schwann k C u.; and al*o, lh?l
Ibe said Christian Klnt ha* no authority la receive or coll' c|
any monies for g ?ad* lielonting to or consigned to said firm, and
sold by bim in his individual name.
N. B ? The Oict for the liqu<d itiou of the affair* af F.
Schwann * Co i* removed to HI Pine *l. jylKV'Jw*
HORSE EQUIPMENTS, Leather Oaa t *?es. ??m.
tnd Mhot Bag*, Cartridge Rov*. Bell*, KcabMrd* and Knap
tacks. All the above articles, Wholesale and Retail at lllerai
price*, al?a, Prank*, VaWces, Carpet bag*, Hat Boies as*
every thing ia his line af boaine**.
AM Broadway, between White aad Walker *lreata.
N. B Companies aboiitformmg. both Military and Firemen
nan be furnished with Caps al the *horte*t notice. my I4-Sm'
Itrulih nnd ?????*- lit* ? It ? ny Kn lh-? Un*e, >.. I
IN consequence of the inereawig patron. ge to this hoaee,
the proprietor ha* been induce i to enlarge and make great
nqmxeaienls, and is now hi compute readiBe*s for boarderi
snd visiter*. Thi* establishment is well known a* being the
iieare*! sea-bathing pi <ee to New York, (being onl? *4 mile*
ir*?m Brooklyn.) and is pronounced by meiScal men and all who
?tail it. as being the most hea'ihy and delightful situatiaa on
the i?land. la front of the home is a splendid pro?|>ecl af the
Atlantic Ocean, with all the shipping arriving and departing
from the pert of New York , in the rear is an estenatve view ol
t ong lsl?nd, nilh It* beautiful cultivated fields. Adjoining
ihe bouse is a grate of lnen?t tree*, a reireshing ?hnde daring
ihe hot weather The bathing-h.<uee* an the beach are but a
*|i>ae s throw from the hoaee , owe far la ies sad children, awl
ihe other for gentlemen. Eitra lute* of stages will rua to the
Bath as foil 'WS, *it !?
Frain F'dt n Ferry, Brnaklya> From Bath Hauea.
At iSoVloek, A M. 7 o'clock, A R
4 P. M. * A. M.
? t. M ? F. M.
)aV7 im* VM. BROWN, Pvoprwlae
Political MMomicU have frequently differ**! as to what *?
a fur, and at the tame tim?, the wrcit measure ef value ; hut
?a merer )et etaie acress any one who had gravely re<>.rJ,;d it
to be hit opinien that the nominal price anv article sold lor. wa?
any men* are ef itn actual value. 8ueh a nation would b*
deemed to great a fallacy, that ita statement on |>aper an a lec i
eal dcdnction, would prcve it* nwn nbsnrdtty,and yet, Ihoee in
dividual* who rnu about frem on* (tore to another for the pur
p?*e af ascertaining the minimum number of dvliar* and eenu
at whieh they can be furnished with article* ef fond and rai
men I, nf course eemmit n still rreater, because n m?r?
practical absurdity, ihan any speculative philosopher woult
do, who sat down in his closet to argue from snch falsf
premise*. The cae wonld merely he laughed at as a visinnan
schemer: but the otheris deemed nt only to graduate .unougth*
philosophers of Laputa, who contemplated making deal boaidr
?ut of Sawdust, and extracting sunbeams from cucumbers. Ta
king that mnet important of all articles tn asen in this dressing age
a ee-it, whether fiock,?.re*c, ridine, or the ktud called " top," ii
matters not, and see hnw many different elements, all of whiel
affect the intnrnst of the wearer, go tn make un its cost.
1st, There it the raw material, and secondly, the quality ol
the dye used itud the degree of skill possessed by the manufacture**
of the ninth. These primordial ingredients towards a eont, 1 1 is
self evident, must vary a* much as the wind, weather, or eret
woman's naprice; :tnd 'idlv, when itenmes into the hands of " th<
Snyder," there is the skill of the catter, the quality nf the trim
mings,nnd last, though not least, the seieutific qualification!
which the artist may possess, who i* to send it "into this
breathing world," uot " a thing of shred* and natches," but ai
article of beauty, utility an I luxury fated eitner to adorn, or
dnsecrate the human forms. Other reasons could be adduced
tn shnw that in coals, at If ait, many things, which the world a>
Ittrge thinks not of, shuuld be taken into consideration before
Ite actual ruhib can be aceertaiutnl. If these principle* art
based en trnth, what folly i* it then, for men to waste their
shne leather in running after store*, or in finding out tailor*
who charge a Inw nominal prine, when it in evident that i* n?>
the test of cheapness. They should nnt entirely disregard
pi ice, bat at the sain* time, they sheijld examine the material
ascertain the standing of the manufaeturer ofit; not neglect tlx
skill of the cutter, and above all, pay especial attention to thr
qualifications of the wurkman, who is to give the fiuislung touch
to that which in its native simplicity prelected the sheep, bu>
when a propertied scientific amount of labor ha* been given u
it, i* capuhle nf adding dignity aud beauty to the ?
* noblest work of Ood."
If thi* train of reaeonst^ sheuld happen to convince any of
the bargain bayer*, that estimate ai tides by dollars and cent*
alone, they are advised, forthwith to visit the cash stork o'
8. PHILLIPS, No. IM,V)lluh stbcet, *nd ascertain by th?
evidence of their own eyes, if the articles nf dress mad* up by
him, are not equal in quality, durability, cnt and workmanship
to any produced by the most fashionable houses in Broadway
Having satisfactorily solved this problem, they may coripurt
their several nominal price*, and be convinced, that although
price is not the test of cheapuess, PHILLIP'S SYSTEM is?
for although he imports the best article and employ* noue but
the be*t workmen, he nevertheless sell* for ready money. at 34
per cent less than is charged \rj those who do business on th?
?Id and exploded credit system. my'JB-Sm
SYDNEY CI IFTON, or Vicissitudes in both Hemisphere*
? a Tale nf the 19th Century? recently published by Har
per It Brothers? is for Sole by all the priucipal Bookseller*.
STONE'S WATER FILTERS? These filters have b?en
? highly approved of in Europe and America for the last
thirty years, ami arc accounted super. ?r to any hitherto invented,
at they combine the prop* rties of purifying as w? II a* clarifying
the most tnrbid wet- r. It is almost needle* to advert lo the
utility and advantage t to be derived from the use of a well con
structed filtering .<|'}iAratu;, a* il is obvious to every person that
filtered rain water I* much more wholesome and conducive to
health than either spring or ri >er water, the former almost inva
riably containing mineral substances lu solution, and the latter
beii>( impregnated with decayed aud putrid animal aud vegetable
matter, the constant nae of which frequently occasions the
mott dreadful diseases, such as fevers, ague*, liver complaints,
lie. Filtered water is also of the creat st importance lor ex
traetirg more |?erfectly the virli-es of lea. coffee, fcc., the trulh
of which cau be easily tested bv making the experiment with
filtered and unfiltcred water. Nfauufaclured and sold only by
J. STONE, Plumber aud Engineer,
890 Broadway, N. Y.
P. 8.? Those who have Filters made by person* not under
standing; the business, can have them repaired. and fitted up on
i lie subscriber's idan.and warranted to act perfectly. jyJ'i-lm*
THE tnhacrther re*paitfullv b?*? lo inform th# fuUir, thai
helm* candantly ou hand ? Urge anil elegant wurtiM
of every deacriptioa of tiie pointed transparent *.ithable wia<
daw thadci, eoM?inlin^ of Italian and other laadtcape*. Diupht
nou*, Chinctc, Architectural and k'aacy Ulindt, which lie can
cmifidcaily rex: o mm cud Tor their beauty, ttrengtb and great du
rabilUy, a* they have beea known, with common care to la*
from ten tofuarteen year*. The price* of the *hade*, lacUdinr
cord*. ta?M*l?, rack, f>ullie*, and fitting* for wiadnwa, eoroplett
rary from $7 and upward*, per pair, illind* (tainted a ad fitlco
to order, by applying to OEUKUF PLATT, 13 Spruce ?t.
N. B. Country dealer* supplied w*h blind# and blind ttting*.
ad t- 2m *7
NOTICE ? The Fubtcriber ?'<T-r? for >alc ou vary fiforc
hie term* ?
AilO pair very be*t made and warr Rated baroacbe tprntg*
?00 ? ? ? ? ilcp,
*00 *ett ? ? ? bow*
30.000 lh? male able coach raitinf*
9.'>0 ?ett barouche and coach ailet, warranted
6,000 pair Vrrniont wood harm*#
10.000 pair pi itcd and brjt* do
*0 ?ett very fine brat* military k-ita antl ttirrapa
100 do do *a<ld1e cloth*
30,000 yd* ?vach lace, i*#ot ted: together with a fall aa*ort
mant of taddleiy and aoach hardware, and Newark malleable
aattiac*. JNO. J. MUVtMKltS,
j y ti-euMai* IM Water at.
J.^OK SALK~fe?dry imall demand* agaiud the following
individn-.il* tif Mr John Allen, Carman ; II Hardie,
Wiv.tr, liviat it . kt afijitborhood of Bleeeker *tr#et; Mr. (fat
tier, late of <U Jia ? J. .wet; Mr. Montgomery, Cabinet maker,
in the upper pan of the eity; Dr. Borr, late of Walker *t..
hat now nudinc ui Be- tan. For particular*, enquire at Na
6H Maiden Lane. jtft-ittfy
CI. A. llrndkrMh*!
Wheta a Gentlemen may procure teery article for a complete
On i fit of the be*t quality.
Here the public ma) alwai* procure
Fine good* in the Outfitting Una,
And wl ?i fa i mput t*nt, he *ure.
That un'iring i?al will aombme.
With thill m prepariag each tart
A* good at eitewhere can ba hough*.
Here the *ieamboat and packet ?#iip may
Thoir read} made linen procure,
And price* tkj*I moderate pay
For article* well made and *ecuN.
Here they wiH comtantly keep
Every article belong'n/ to that elaaa,
From the counterpane. Ma*4#t and *heet
To the towel and iloth for your fine*.
Gentlemen alto will (tad
Their r?adv m ?d? linen complete,
From fabric* the b*?l *f their kind,
And made up evceediugly neat.
Shirt*, Under Shirt*. Draw'ra, Belt* and Hum.
Handkerchief*, Bo*otn# and Stack*,
WhMt the ak til uvit each article *bov*a
Bring* mttomer* crowding in flock*.
But he need not each ileen tehearac ,
The Su?pender, tha Collar, the Olevt
The Pantaloou, Strap and the Puree,
hach fine at thu#c mentioned above.
Linen*, likewite, to oriler are mad#
By th-we who are known ta e*e*l
And the eery fair price that I* paid
Yield* work that i? alway* dooe well.
TV* eitremely convenient to know
Where an ample a**ortment i* fowtd,
And tt once there he able to go
Without tearehin^ the city all raund.
Alta. Yetting and Stock Satin*. in lengtht, to *uit purthattr
ESTABLISHMENTS, No ft B-ekman etreet, New York
tnd No. IS Natehet ttreet, New Orlean*.? Southern tantieme*
tinting tha city of New York, are re*|>ectfully informed thai
they will i tod a full a**ortmriit of Opera and Dre** Boot* Ua
ion Shoe*, Fancy nod Dret* Pump*, and Gaiter* of the taint
ttyle and quality a* were furni?hed them at Ni?. IB Natcher ?t
New Orlean*, and which obtained the 6r*t prrinium at the late
Fair in that city.
Gentlemen |turrha*ing or order* for iae Bnult for th?
I hirletton, Mobile, New Orlean*. Natehct, Vkwurgh oi
my of the touthrm or toath w cetera cuiet. are invited to call
*nd examine a ipleudid article of light Dre?t Boo*#, made o/
French Mnpnrted ttock in the latett Pariaian fashion, #t No. I
Beekman ilrcet. Clinton Mall. New Yerk, -iroaile ?be Park.
N. B. Fir*t Premium at the American ln*t?tute. New Yn?l
e* ?? - Mechanic# la*titute, *
av4-tf .* ?* ?? latefbir at New Ortean*
W t ate* Gunt;
I It Pi lol*i
It t atb* Ihion H Sent' Srrfannta Wae^l
? ilo Tea Tmya. kt
The above lot opened, ami wl'l be *?td at nlnnt ,?v
pen a., by A W RPIF.M It CO,
?yS7 iw* flwrl
AmiIm KUiIm.
retpilur ?Jn b* auction, at (hit weM known
tabHthawi.t. of Morses, Carriage*, fc?., IM&
?tic Iv take place every Maadaj, at II
' o'clock, tliru?#lieut the year.
The next regular Mir will take place on Monday, July IMk,
at 1 1 o'clock, commencing with Carriage*, Marne**, fcc., aad a
It o'clock the talc of Hone* will cemmcaca.
Gentlemen having Hone* to di*po*e of, arc rejected M
make early applicatiea, touli *eeare a good number om tkc
catalogue, ai u<> horae nan be offered at auction unlet* register
ed tiiue for a number cm the catalogue, for which pwrpo** the
register will he kept open till Saturday, 3Tth July. at 0 T M.
jyO-y ^ucceaaor to J. W. Waltea, 440 Broadway.
scriber most respectfully lal'orms hi* friend* and Hie public
that he hat fitted up au<i furnished the bailding No. 04 and 40
Na*??u street, three door* *a*t of Maiden Laiie^Tu the most do
rant ityle ai a Refectory, Gentlemen doing busiaes* M the
lower part of the city will find it a couvsnieut and pleaaen*
place to dine.
The Subscriber flatter* himself, from the experience hehf.t
had in this business, that he i* able to compete with xnfrctiYY
in hi* line.
N. B. ? The Subscriber i* prepared to furnish dintu rar.C ?
collation* at (he shortest m/tice. All order* left at hi* iklpj .
faMishment. Fulton market corner of Frout street, eratttj?
above number* Nassau street, will be attended to.
Hot Breakfast from 0 to 10 A. M.
" Dinner ? 13 M. to 4 P.M.
- Supper ? iUlP.M.
jett-lm* i D. PF.AR8AI
PAVILION, NKW BKlOHTOJf, opposite New Yo?fc
City ? Thi* delightful location, half an hoar's *ait Croia the
City of New York, I* no * opened on the summer arrangement
for the accommodation of Uoarder* aad visiter*. Families can
have room* to *uit. The apper reeas are reserve J for eingla
gentlemen, and will be let on reasonable teime.
The iteamboata uow leave the city at 7, 1<M, S) aad f
o'clock ; and the Island at 7, 10, 1. S aad ty, ( ^rept Sunday) ?
ou that day they leave from ? o'clock in the menani; till 7 ha
the eveniug, every two hoar*.
The Kendall Baud it eugaged for the *ea*on.
The Salt Water Balli are in complete readiness fcr bathing.
Qff~ THIS e*tabli*hinent, *o well known to the public, baa
been ope a for the reception of compaa) linee the lith of June
la*t. It la deemed only necessary to sar that the whole esta
blishment ha* been put in unusually good condition, and every
effort haa and will be made to maintain the high reputation it
at present possesses, and make it even more desirable us a place
of uamir revert than heretofore.
jy4-lm* E. MARSH Proprietor.
Batter y Place?New York.
i * *
THE anbecrttcr return* hi* grateful thank* to hi* fVieafe
and the public, for the *upt>ort he ha* experienced for the
last tit yeafr, and begs leave to inform them that lie ha* opened
an extenairc Hotel i?r the aceematodation of traveller* front
every teetioa of the Uaioa.
The Battery HoUl it utuatrd oa Battery Place, froutiag the
Bay of N*-w V ork, one of the rao*t desirable aad eoutm mdiag
tituaiion* in the city, nd, a* regird* location, m uurivalled.
The landing* are but a *:iort unUaet fioa* ihe Hotel, where
arrive daily, the *teamhoat* from Philadelphia, Providence,
Stoaiagto^ and Albany. Paeaenger* have. th? refore, *tery fa*
cility ia starling for any of the great NorUtcra, Eastern, Weet
ern, or Southern route*
The 'nterSor arraneemeati of the Hoiin are calculated to af
ford sad. faction to afi. Tne parlor* arc spacioas, aad are fur
nished m the neatest stjle. The bedroom* a-e of a larger siac,
and rendered more comfortable than arc usually obtained ia
lance Hotela.
The proprietor assure* the public, that ao expense will ha
(pared, and every exertion made, to render hi* establishment %
desirable retort for travellers and r.ltifens. jjVMm
&/? 8KCONI) WAItlJ flO'lr.L*? Neil lu the cwiuer t
Fulton street, in Nassau street. This well kuown establishment
having undergone a thorough refitting, is uow ia complete order
for the accommodation of those who may honor it with their
pat ronage.
There are in thi* bouse, beside* the lower ?tory , which m thrown
entirvly open as a public bar room, a large room upon the se
cond story, 7ft fret by 34, well soiled for the accommodation of
public meeting*, together with several smaller oises adapted to
Ihe use of clubs refereee, or for the transaction of other private
Clut?? and private partie* accommodated with roe a*, aad
?nay be furnished with dinner* or >upyer?, computed ef eve^
specie* of game or delicacy which the markets afford at *hert
notice. r>ll-r) EDMUND JONF.S. Proprietor.
KNICKERBOCKER HALL. No. 19 Park Row. -The tub.
?criber* Iwilf y?< the above houae on the EURO
PE AN PLAN, would raapcctfully inlorm thotr friend* aud tha
public, thai tbrjr ?r? now ready t? MMMMkll them ia * sty I*
cot to be *arpa*?ad by *1111 similar how in this tily. Tit
house will always be funnoketl with e?in u4 iH
the luiuriaa of an unrivallrd market. Tiier a are cue houdrad
lodging room*, which are airy newly furnished , am' 1a perfect
order. The Ordinary, being oa the tint rto?r. 1a spM-toaa, neat,
runvrnitnl, and well furnished, and (lie tank* tball always be
supplied with all tha vatiely the market aiforda, sowed ay by
eiperieored cooka.
The Marked aucce** which ha* attended eatablisinnentn ot
thi* kind, i* sufficient evidence af tbeir adaption to bo lb bu?<naaa
aaea and traveller*.
Gentlemen 'Wiling the aitv, will find thn a a toil dnlnUaiad
central situation, beim nearly on Broadway, fronting the Park*
and, In sltorl, coaceat rates the beauty and elagatice of local a ad
irantitory object* of attraction and splendor with which New
York h bound*. ED8ALL k JONEL
N. B. ? For lite accommodation of Traveller*, thi* Immm will
be open at all boar* of the night. al-tf
EW REFECTORY ? J. BWT.ENEY im>>rme hie Inead
and the public that he ha* opeaod a new Refer tnry, ia thai
lii-:* and eirgaut building, Na 144 Fatten street. Kiah. Flaafc
and Fowl are alway* to be found on hi* table*, and every deltas
IT of the season provided a* aon* a* ft appear* ia tfe markets?
No car* or attention will be waatinr as hi . part, to give |nnil
satisfacti?a, and he boix-< to find that grneruu* eaaoara^eaaaa*
which ttc la deteraiiaed to <'e*er?e
110-tf J. ftWEENBY
Da \if 1. ?>? ?,( Kr.i, II A,.. ? (1 ? ? return* htt M?aee?
tliank* to hi* numerous friead* far the liboral ' iiyirttk*)
have uniformly rendered him *iuce he Ar*t opene i hi* Refectory
aad **>nraa them that it will be hieeoaatar ? ml' . fur h a*rita
continuance of their approbation. lit* inkle i*a?wa)? mmiahaa
with the be*t the market afforda , aad thoee who m-j Iwnor ha
table with their [>re*e*ic< . may depend upon being *o rved with
a'eanlincaa, ctvdity and peoaq>litMM. ill tf
oi U'i ST. i.At HI NO Fu * l?ICRa? Th~*ub.crTberi
sole agent* in the U. Htatea far the *ale of Bo>d k ftoaa'
Bleaching fowder*. can ?upid) manvfacluror* and dealer* at
the la*>e*t market price*. For purity mcl *trength they will
be f<<iad faMy ?<<ual la any aMauf wtnred in Ihw coootry ar
Grtei Oriuw. rk.ll.lHK k BliOUKR,
?vl-v " ?! l.ibrrty *t
L" ~ I T K f3Tf MO YKLTII i-Ne* raa*y~~?
J volamaa- -
I The Advantarea of Harry Franco? a Tale of tha Tame. ?
"Harry Franco i? decidedly an late'eating tale? *<-bi* of li ? ha
morou* *cene? put u? in mind of Peter D* mpte'* Adrentnrea"?
II Bejanua, aad other Knaeaa Tale* ? by Edward Malaria
naaaiv iimt.
HI. The Dwarf, a Dramatic Poem? by Jsm?? Ree*, editor af
the Beauties of Webster, Re.
IV The Author'* IVinimg and Pnblishiag A****tnnt.
V The Monthly Chronicle *T (hi|iiial Lilaratnr* ? No. I.
VI. Cawper* Letter* and Pneaw- e<hfed by Onm*haw*?
the tr*t *nd only e<>?ip|ela ediiian? eplendidly ii Intra ted by
the Km-len* ? in S ?ol?.
VII. The Poetical Work* ofMiltoa? ia S vol?, ? with efte*.
did illaitratmr.*, by Martin.
V I II The Lomloa Knc)chip?dM? aornplete in *2 vol*, larfa
* en. with nearly <00 illu>tr?li*r plat*<? ivtif bound Kueaiagilt.
Pibli.hrd and for *al* by
|. n ? *. *A|fND?R^ ??7 R-n?iwny
. bu.i,?i i<i' a 11 I * a.uu unni i(UU
/V iretd '? l*? H'wi ProHe*aor < he, M. D>
D. D , L. L. D . Chancellor of th? Uaivcraity aad Preaideut *f
the Meilical Department of the College of Ripley, Fellow of
If,, H?y*l College of Wnrffeona and Ph)<4ci?a<. and Corre*
poadia^ Vacciuator af the National Vacciae K*t?Mi*hmeat ia
; i.omlon. General Cna*uliinr Ihynciaa and Hurfe .n Aeeoa
chrur, may alway* be confluent UIU e'??i*nlted bj the unforta
nate. perwnally, or by letter, ia earn department ?f Phy?ic and
Surgery at hi* ?>*?, No S Norton, or at h** rt Mdenee, So. M
flnen treet, Albany, N. Y. Confi leutial c?.n?ull?tM'n? daily
from 9 in the morning until 9 in the e?e lag. jjH 3m*
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