New-York commercial advertiser

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Title:
New-York commercial advertiser
Uniform Title:
New-York commercial advertiser (New York, N.Y. 1831)
Alternate title:
New York commercial advertiser
Physical Description:
59 v. : ; 66 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
Francis Hall & Co.
Place of Publication:
New York N.Y
Creation Date:
June 18, 1835
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- New York (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- New York County (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- New York -- New York -- New York
Coordinates:
40.716667 x -74 ( Place of Publication )

Notes

Additional Physical Form:
Available on microfilm from the New York Public Library.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Jan. 3, 1831-Aug. 31, 1889.
General Note:
Publishers: John B. Hall and Francis Hall, 1844-<1853>; Francis Hall & Co., <1855-1863>; Commercial Advertiser Assn., <1864-1876>.
Funding:
Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 11512345
lccn - sn 84031981
System ID:
UF00073665:00005

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Succeeded by:
Commercial advertiser (New York, N.Y. : 1889)

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COMM RCIAL


FKALUI9! & JOHN B3. HALL, PROPRIETI'KR. EW ORKK,


PUBLIC
S WM. a. rANL
'a %M. 1, F f R
Otoml No. i
WIDVESBDl
At 1i o'clock. at thi
l25th rclt-e lots on the N
16 fti of 3d avenue, eachlot
Ind
hl.lo. I In on these m].l of 1L
48 fit 10 ins front,
Als. Slo ItoloIidlut the abor
jar
det'
Alsoe, I lot adjonling the last d
gular
IiStb ltret--5 two storyfrt-
lotsof roundon theSplde orf
1I davrvnue. lotseach 5 fro o
4delth. MIe at the o
At I'Vo'clork. ai ehe
1Ith It- All that certl Int "r
1ILh stmrepLt.4iS reet wes of Th
whtre Ihe eortherly aide or I ll
sloe oftRooeevelt Lane. thence
of ibe Old Pa a, Road. thencee
ly lide of Roomoveit's Lane, t
teilenlng Hynga ho t eo
Maps a, the office
smRIe a. mrULL
By ADRIAN H
BSTOI No. 7 W&tL
A. H. M. A IO. will visa theIr
eS EKtate. 't'essels. St-cka a
*, t Loanaas nestcle
,a~tRIAII E
PHLILIP L
TUESDAY
A& I o'clock at Ihe
th street-The ilase of the lo
brick house, with tea room alst
onM te sukh shlow of Ih Bt 11
kebon as No 1I4. The I,Pe i
Falle-rsSneU Harbor, at an an
has 16 years on ren, -Ith he i
Sf, fl In wlk'h hp 9;afl I
Further parik-ua-a ma be had
Banovpr Place. Bromklyn-ra
lot No. 2i0 Banovrr plae ne
nThe house Is fi led In with b
roeami andi balthin room, rang
106
j0u
Further Partelnlar nimy he ha
THUBaDA
At o'clsCk.P. M
'Yalumbleoropeity belonging t
dece
The two mtory basement and w
umpied br W. G. NIthols n ha
In the villipa of Mamsrsrec
llew ro it ,e Bound. I m
Also. the lol and hulidine i
SsFtore. Let rt frent by T7 f
soMuihwest or er of Main and C
Bad rear. hb
Alpo i.elot Io 71 oan the we
0 fret wide. by rte feet deer.
few rais if ihe Nitw Tore an
Situti-d on 'behr sutb Fideof M
t wide. by o,,t
Full warrantlee deeds wll he
Wl] be liberal For furtherari
r gere. No 7 Wall t e. rero
hofield, at the Rail
c Auatmer B. sla
a BY ALB T
Orrvos 40 WALLe. M
A. H. N. wit pive als personal
klae BUhls ani sorts, at the
ale of Furnitur.. at Lh ret of
N erchnoas. 't resister Is swe
Ktook. A'. mt pri-a e sale, an
d and Mo
SATUPDA
Atll o'clock, an tle
Forty-formth streetm-e thr,
bsiement bome and lot on Lb he
lltfeeiel of Sith avenue l
atitanliferret Thebous is
Iner. wih manrhle n anti
Ai twio lts on nots t ride i
amn or ztb avenue. Sit-e fe
niartculaters appy
TUESDAY.
At 1 O'clock. at the
Newark. NJ.- a pirl of gr-.u
BprinR snd L Ivlyl
4kb isret t N. Y -Two 3estor
IrepLt. south side. ti
4bth street- I wo i story .ril
*4bth Sib ,1wet n Ilih arm
eay. lorfllnpartlunil4
T
At I1I1 o'clock at
Gentn I Haesobldd FP niLe-
FRIDAY.
AtIlo'clnrck.ast the
Pelbamviae. Weuit-,. sr ca
lidt I third vepnue. -i0 fCet a
Ibex a aininiD
Olsnmile- Le.t No 71 r .r. Ba
-Ituoxl36 For lull parlcal
Oherry Pt. N. V -Tr.- 14 years l
and 406 Cherry 1I. Con-l i.iiUi of
bone,. 76 it front by 88 It ire,
aonestory rer nrieK bu I-Jim
large slarI Pkilighl. and RL p
ano tmisnuratory. Th'pserr sri
furthtr parniauirapISI
T1111111DA
At lI0 o'C rtk. aL
Household Faroltnrt-
WIULIAM IRaVIN
BY IWILLIAM
BTOas 10 Pnus t. between
W. I. & 00. will live their p
Household Furnitunre, atreid
store aeo to sales of eadl
chantss'
SATURDAY.
At 109 o'clock, at the -
Fine Oil gitin--AdmInistrat
Water colors sketches. print
theestateof the late Jtame Brs
eg of about 100 fine oil painting
views. heads. fiures. game piece
jects. Ac portfolios water colo
of rare oldrniot,copie sl O1
hele. DuJarddn. mandewelde.
engrnvlnos ofhads by van u D
poitfoelo 0S studiB. pen
Mouaehold hrnlture-V& gene
eonvealence of ma e. conslatan
eats suite carved roswcsoc and
red plush, malosianny sofas and
tary. oil cloth, m tis.E: toUCt
black walnut cottagedo p.ltafe
washstands. bureau, clocks. ca
Bamnud black walnutba dngr
centre tables, mirrors. pine
nearly new. together wits an a
Also. a 41splete asortment
ylear'stent
MONDAY,
At 104 o'clock at No. 96 West 2
Splendid Household Furnitu
house, consistlog In pare of ro
carves resewood marble top pie
atylh; centre and board tables.
tops; super ppler machbe cent
Wood and Rococo wood marble to
want Brooae Library table : s
And etagere" maucntdont carv
ter glasses, the fiuest mirrors
Irnme pier glass, with peudent
Brcatelle window cutino& wi
antiue wood and lilt cornices
braze figures ad bract es; d
tiqu.e .asa m. .pero green a
Sa0e; onreuto alit and p.ont
Bronze figures: Chinese vamBs a
Ted rosewood 7 octave paeoo el
winter Scenres Marine Views,
with carved fr.am a
Dinipg Kom-Extenaien dinuo
trary hboir& cervea rosewood
and tea ete. A fleae asotrt oent
uen. Ac: carved miahogauy sofa
_edroom curnlture-Black w
lmedstfad dO maabe top dres ir
tol. t sets.hairmGttreses, fa.'
counterpane,. ot.nkets, b
Also. a C mpleteu assortment o
the sale wa
JOnN L VAND WAT
BY JOHN La. VAND
I AOOTIONEERS & COO
SALES K5lim 11 WALL
Will sInvetheir personal attend
Household Furniture, at the r
boasekeepiaK. AltO, the sate o
]rarnlture,]aintings, &,'Libe-
FRIDAY.
At 1034 o'clock, at the ea
Large sale of imported freno
'blooming Roses, eleted in
of Astora Long Island--1000
lembing roses ef al kinds.
eholcest ids: also. a flne col
Bese tiree8 peoney.wimh uaoy o
Sn fine condition; and warrant
eo,a splendid lt of imported
Diearina state, Peisns In w
ta and trees should not negl
fl them
stalogt: e on da sa
va &. A
BY COFFIl d
liasun No, 57
SATURDAY.
At 11 o'clock, at
Oarpeta. Druggets. Ac,-For a
Imoathe credit-A general assor
superfine Ingrain a
Also bales chintz
Catalogues and samples
TUESDAY
At 10 o'clooa. at
Package Sale-tor approved e
I la.knrreeg and Domest

Oatas.oeus.and asamle
WEDESBD & Y
At I1 o'. lock, at
Speeplal ale of Oarpetin
THURSDAY
At 10 o'clock, at
French Goods-On 6 months' c
Full and desirable assortment
orncb Goods, of r
catimioesf and amnples
ATiki : VA sof c
COFFIN A HATDOOK, sole Age
Vmrpeting, RnUg c. via : Brua
Mdans, Rux
hlso--Ie bales S6x78 Wt
A T. joase
v BV HAY t I iT
TruB 54 WILLAMt
FRIDAY,
At 11 lockk at
Oarpettn Rugs Drugsrms.&-A
prbved endorsed notea-A gene
plly, fine and pupernine Ingrain
pets. rugs,
Matting-An esatire in -oIceb
-4-5 and 6 4 whfte,red
Also. 100 pieces suoer ingrai
a unt Pleasant mill


Also- H pihcp all wool
Also. 100o do wool
Also. 100 do do Vene
Also, 5 bples co', LU
Also, 10 bales Che
Also. ai Invice
S Also. do Co
Also 500 rol.s
I slogues and samnte
TUESDAY.
At 10 o'clock, at
Packag Salte-At 6 months cr
Botes--0. packages Foreign a
le_ forthe
Cataiognes and samtlesa
WEDNESDAY
AIt 11o'clock, at the S
Fresh Tea. I.-Iuvoices by s
orianm, con
Hyson
Young Hyson,
H]yson sun,
Twanka.
Gunpowder.
In the usual var
Oataloguesand muste
THURSDAY,
At 10 t0'ceok, at
Coths. castlmeres, vestings,
Cre
1o pieces West of Englan
S.0 do BelgIan sa
100 do American
$00 do co cas
Also, an Invoice of Uitern
Also, an aMssortment of foreign
to men's wear, for
Catalogues and sample
WEDN&O&OY,
At 11 o'clock. at the
SFresh Teas, T.-Invo
FRIDAY.
At 11 o'clock. at the
Fresh Tess. O.-B
THURSDAY.
AIt 11 o'clock. at the S
Fresh Teas, T.-B
WEDNESDAY
At 11 o'clock: at the S
Fresh Teas. L-Invoc
TO LET.-The Lofts and Oes
A. M. ME.aW A
S BY BANt1 B
I sa- .BLEa Bo1
WEDNESDAY, Apr i27.
Great .sale of splti did boco
auction Saos ol books ever held
theentile collection of choice
and modern books. recently f
lord, of the ltte well known fir
all brarebes of I teraiture are I
is especially ich ina works rela
try and the dran a. bieles tiett
travel, history, Ac. all new a
tion of bookaon America Is exc
and the beautiful condition of
Its scatrctf and hi.toriecal im
voyages and travels, state h
'Works connrcted v ih the hist
.ted States, and the Western C
Tailed by any collection e
Catalogues will be ready four
,wil be orwarded to any addr
.loneere, The entire eiction
fore t
IUISDAY AND WEDNES
Law Library-Tee extensive an
late Frar "-Is Griffin. eq.. bei
yaries ever offe
Particulate
MO.'DAY ftavl 1.n
Spring parcel sale ol lth.
* lar parcel sale will be held as
aptlfros tbe, leading Insiis
ashbourne. Boue Orr& Co,
as contributions from the Ame
LiLte. Particulasrs for the ca


PUBLIC

A317MONTJ BLXBCK.
BY ANTHONY J
Oprtsc N, 7 BROAn
NOTIO-The rsobsiorlber. ain a
basines are prepared to attend
gum.Ves.OE"ls. too -o a.
JACOB8S
WILLIAM
FRIDAY.
At l nciock. at ih.-
Pearland States t-yr.e largs
woit Ihe Lulidilsa Ih-rtoi No
tolPeari i'. the lot lasa front
1 In o Pearl at. an.- ] bouet 1
Irom street
37ih at -The tsate of the lot
Intg thereon. N pale of 37th S..
fall sue: Ihefto-a thouse Is l
store on the first t.or. and a
huileirg. which is al.t a 2.
for 21 years rom It of Aug Lt.
DtW
Bro.r.klrn Property-The '-s
4us nd laise cand Sr.uft-fte.rie. Bro
rivr. I.e houses ars e0on ii
by uu
leount 'ieroon. Westcheslter
formiDng 12 loitiofground. nfrb
ao.Iald Lnown3aepploLs Ns
Itilh,
Villae of Woodatock-A house
acre of land, in the village of
thevillageof Morrisanta. or
high, and was built last year.
ateve property, epply to
Pear it-The valuable store
V6aa earl st. between William
frr.nt n 2A it on pearlt '. by
ano I It ,in deep
SATURDAY
At 12 o'clock, at th
Hudson and Spring ste-Esta
large and vansable lot of group
situated on and next the so
Spring etc. and Nos 209 and l
300 Spring st, the whole p'o, o
son st. t0 it on the rear, 90 ft
8 ft deep on th
Also, the$ story house and lo
22.
Aho. 4 lots. each 26xI00. sit
clay of N
110th anrid tLlthstr-This besut
the Weodlawn Hotel on t're Bloom
ILtth sts between 10th and ltth
st. and I on l0th at. On the p
tainig aine reoms the ground
an abundanceof fruit
MONDAY.
At 1S o'clock, at the M
The Lake or Canal Boat know
now lies at the foot of 19th st
to Bufalo: will convey on the
river. To be sold for ea
TUESDAY,
At 12 o'clock, at th
2d., 9id and 94th sts--3 lots
one body. situated on 9, d and
commencing 11A ft from 8
AlsI lots on Old st N s
92d st and eth av-6 lots on
and 91dl sat. 5 fronting on
4th av-S8 lots, forming the ent
ofi4thav.betwenDfd and ttds
abo'-. 8 frontingon
4th aV and 93d st-17 lots on
and Sd St.: 4 froBtingon
'98dan a 9.j it @7 ot. all t
so. all Inl.-5 one. alt In
st. and 12
Valuable ipropertyIn 10th ward
and lot 61 PFr reyth cor. of Herte
feet 8 ins.on Heater street Ho
days work for the ltae owner,
rear In lHeater stre t Poss
2nd The 2 story brick front h
itlge street. Lot 25 hiy
Ord. The vacant lit knowma
feet on Forsyth, by 66 feet 8
Forsy th street.-Pouessi
4th. Lot No 6 Forsyth street
log the above, subject to 14 ye
ly ret
eth, Lot No. 40 Forsyth street
unexpired leae, atth
5h. Lot No <2 Forsyth street,
unexpired lease, at th
WEDNESDAY
At 12 o'clock, at thl
West 19th ireet-The valuable
and lotof greued kneon as No
sleano between the8th and
105 Inches In front lAy A. fiet
tIehouse is flhabed in elegant
prov ents
aEsy LEaDS
BY HENRY H.
SALas RooM Ne, 8 WAtL
HENRY LEEDS will give his pe
Real Eistate, Sooshkec atth
sales of H-ouseold Furniture. a
which are respect
NOTICE-We beg leave to not
not now. and never have bad
any other auction house In this
being, as heretofore, at No.
FRIDAY.
At 1034 o'clock at the
Executor's s e of Furniture
household furniture, conristog
ingrain carpets; rosewood sofa
bro atelle ans hair cloth: ma
wood and mahogany marble top
and ornamentsth mi-rble tap an
coiimmi ndo; !ace and merino cr
aseortetit orf ki che
Also 8 resewoid 6% and oit
ers. nearly new
Also. 4 rosewood and mahog
bhorizeontal pianos with an aso
AC, te closean estate Sale pe
the sale cf Tuesday. 29th, and
the highest bidder
SA'IURDIY
At 11 o'clock, in the Gallery.
Execu or'ssateofaOallery of
tires private collection of a ge
ceased, c mp, isingin all msny
public and Connoisaeurs part
found Examples of Lancret, H
De Set. S .Rtuyeda-I., Harket.
Netsche Borst.and cndel. us,
Wonvermans, Guld,. Watteau.
Kranee. Hetig land, and other
collection, ftr account o' assign
by American rtists. The att
recially cl iled to i hI- ine col
sold, without reserve to close
for exhibition at our Gallery.
morn
At 13 o'clock at et
A pair of beautiful Deer, 10
They are perfectly domesticat
children. walk Into the parlor i
will not soil a carpet. Can be
al
MONDAY,
At 10% o'clock, at 279 B
Saddlery. Harntss, A.--The
saddlery ha
Saddles. pefetl men and ladies
pleasure harness, whips. blanke
spumS, rugs. mats, bits. and a g
made s
A lso, the stock and f
TUESDAY.
At 10% o'clock, at No. 168 We
aven
Genteel Household Furnitae-
the alove house, consisting of
hogany, sofas, afrm and parlor
marble top pier andcentre tabl
cy chairs. Brussels tap, stry c
new mahogany externton tabl
lace and muelin windowcurtai
ctloths. angola parlor mats, or
ture-
Alto. glass and china ware.
furniture of mahogany befs
chairs &e: matble top dress
Sash.stands., boStead. matrase
lows thr epl.v and ingrain ca
Srspets. Ac& aiso, Can asisort
widoe of the above furniture I
a short t me. Alio one elega
made by t h ck, rin
At 108 o'clock, at fe. 86
Genteel Household Furniture
tables, chairs in hair cloth, B
mirror door and back. marble
cy chaired, Brurseia and ingrain
and moslin window curtains, B.
and maoogany bedsteads, mattras
together with the kitchen fnr
seen two days previous to the
Tons. Frost, cabinet maker, an
very lit
WEDNESDAY
At101 o'clock at
Genteel Household Furnita re-P
el gant mahogany furniture, co
ton. Brsael antd ingrain car
tre t ble. marble top pier do.
ohioctave piano forte and S
futniture- mthoiany extens
chairetcane seat do, dinner an
delabra. in bronze and ormuol
riom iuenitue, in mahogany.
washs
Aism an eta gant suit of cott
which are nea-rsi- nwa
WIt DNE8D tY. 6th T
At 103 o'clock each day. at the
opposite St.
Large and Vauhibe SBock of
longing to Meesrs. Bruner A
mov1 to heir large werehousc
the largest s'ock in tie city.
be warrante. of the best mak
etageres in rosewood, lined wie
rosewood at d mahogany dressi
cretaries, bookcases, wardrobe
French bedsteads, a
Also. centre tables with and w
carved uits of parlor furnitu
rich silk brocateie. limth and
arm. parlor and Voltaire chair
vat g'auesottooan, o-,ttaga su
tops, couches. in heir cloth. pih
quantities of black walnut and
and other frSnt class furniture
teed at any time ss above, a
Terms-Four months for approve
and sr' icea can be packed on
reou
JOHNsa AuTSa
BY DAVID A
STOE6 on. ExsonH e Pt

Bx [ IMiON
OOwrio 46 Pius
FRIDAY.
At 1234 o'clock, at th
For account of wh
8 bonds of the Illinois and W
esch. payable le
8 bonds of Rock River Valley
each psyable 1.t Jan. 1
10 shares Uniaed States L
50 do Suffol


40 ;o Flrmers ahd t'itie
100 do Toledo. iorwaik an
BI do Natioo
20 do Bank of
48 do Hudson River
12 do New Yor
80 do Mechanic
85 do North Amer can
120 do Brooklyn Bank
14 do New Ytk Fire
20 shares of Nassau Ba
100 do Cleveland, Colum
sto
7 do Jenction Rail
10 do first mortgage bo
Cleveland Rail RoadCo.. t
JOBnH XESeasE,
BY LYMA
(Successors to
STOat 077 and 579 BaOA
Devote particular attention to
Libraries, Paintings, sneravine
and virtu.and etesything conn
Fine Arts. And aso to sates of
lamillee breaking up he
aevoing Satesof Books, (aies
privateuse and for the trade.
business season of the year.
Thei' premises comprise three
sale room. each being 60 feet
frem three sir. eta. pieeantl
the display of Pu nitere. Paln
and every deicritiot on c anc
evening sales ror which cons
liciea Particular attention g
gical and Medical Libraries,
which liberal advan
THURSDAY EVEN
At 4 o'clock, at
Fine Oil Paintings In Rich
paintings, just received from Eu
able for parlors. galleries, bo
found originals by the most di
arti
Also, a line of
SATURDAY EVEN
At 7% o'clock, at
Bare and Valuable Private L
luable collection of rare and s
raphy. Voyages ana Tzaveto,
tnWe
Lofts in Broadway to let-ov
trance to the lofts has recent
'Will be let or leased In entire
ded as may
A. 0. KEMP.
BY .t.
BaLS ReOOM 85 NAsSAU st.
R. C, KEMP will give his person
nature at private dwellinsis.sto
Goods. Paintings anu Merbchand
ectfully solicit sales of this
liberal cash advances when re
His toreis he largest and mu
any in the Iy
FRIDAY,
At 10 o'clock, at sales
Household Furniture, Pianofo
cash advances-a very large as
Mahogany, black walnut. par
furniture. ef god quality, co
French plate pier glass. carv
suit. covered in rich French sa
and walnut iroiture: painted
match with and'without marbl
book cases; carved mahogany
t caklesig chairs.; spring scat pikr
styles- xiension and dining tab
cy tables;omarbse lop reasIn
stands, best curled hair mattr
of house furnishing articles, all
tenion of h
Also a handsome white and s
69 pi
At 12 o
Pianofortes-Twelve superi
planofortesii.o tna Ksold withn


PUBLIC

K 8. LiDLOiW
BY E. II
10. 11 WALL
Real Estate at publ
Loans on Real ,t
MONDtY.
At lfo'clock, at the Patton Hou
S4ale in Partilon-Byvora.erof
counUDt-li.-r re direintciiof
PisePn Ilard-Thbe v 41tiuble
rs the tlanderbilt far m. -.ilan
8 nlleps from Vani.rhl,,'s 1ri
It wail be I..d In parcels o'f fr
lind IP pleadant, heaithyJ and
the I
Also. two lots In the village
New Yrik Bay. Puilpartrularl
where mapsofb te st
TUtESD4
At InX o'cl k.atthe nori-,w.w
Planti. Fleuhol'i Furnlinure.
and valubt-le exotic. gr vciDhoa
fruit tree shrubbery &r.,l'age
es &nn other arlicles apperta
Ahso. a O d amortincb
For ull particulars saee
At tio'ckc. at Ithe M
SPuprime Ccurt- Un. eri iplrid
ISltb .eei-l I-ih'.tn iae 'Uno
Avenue 0. 2f rt
Bleecker streat-l lot on the
For particulars, see legal a
Demo
Supreme Court-Under the dire
llth avenue-2 lote on the east
tnebhe. south from 46th street,
by 100
WEDNESDAY
At 108 o'cloa., a
A large collection of valuable
ohe plaster and composition
patterns, iron presses, finished
John Galler, who is about re
moulds end ornamentshave bee
best manner from the be
At 1 o'clock at the
Broadway-- lots on the south
M0th s
Also-I lot with the story b
above, on
50th street-2 Lots on the sout
Broadway-2 lots on the a.E co
7th avenue- S lots on the S E.
St. adjoining the
THUMSDAY,
At 12 o'clock. at th
22d street-i1 lot on the north
Broadwa sand 4tin avenue, with
The foundation Is now lad
FRIDAY.
At 1s o'clock, at the
Supreme Court--Under the dire
87th street-4 lots on the N ti
avenue: each 25
38th street-4 lots on 8 side of
98 ft
Also. 1 lot on the S side of 8
S5 by
Ilith and 110th streets-8 lo
109th tnd 1L0h sth ,and betw
by 100 f
110th and 11th treets-About
lllth atls 100ti It from 5th a
advFrtistment
125th ad lto6th str et--All t
125ith and 12th >t,. commencing
contiataing
Valuale Prepert on seDl ac
by Ahi 'il'.on-PilB to biga togr
ctnil ao." Is fet 4 Oin. onW
Lim'aid i"nire irek,' wlilbel
Full paruoulars can b- had at
MONDAY,
At 12 o'c'oak at the
Supremo Court-Under the dire
Madison street-The house and
Montgomery;
TUESDAY.
At 12 o'clock at the
Valuable Broadway prepertv
with the building thereon, No.
of Anthony t, and known as th
for 5 years from 'lt of May. 18
tire lot. and contairs nearly
WEDNESDAY
At 12 o'clock, at the
Sale tIn partition.-Supreme
o. D. Sacked
Bousten street-1 lot, with th
east corner of Hcusate
Also, 8 lots on the north side
the above,
Mott street-I lot on the west
north from Ho
24th slret-e tlot on the north
of 6tn. avenue 25
25 hI street-The lease of so ve
street. 1i9 ft I Inch west of Br
with Privilege of renewals, at
for the f
tSeth street- 1 lot on the south
of 10th avenue
Supreme Court-Under toe dire
Horatio street-S lots with t
the south side of Horatio st
JAMBs M, MI.L
BY JAMIB M.
STOR No. 81
JAMES M. MILLER will give
sales of Real Estate at the Me
of Houehold Furniture, at
MONDAY.,
At 1' o'clock, at th
By order of Joteph Horsey.
noaes, and bank accounts Ior th
P, Trav,
Cataloeues and full partIcul
the auction room
WEDNE8DAY
Atlo'clock at the
Lexington av -10 lots of aro
ton avenue, between 47th a
A lso. ne lot each on 47ih and
above.20 bytO 100 ft ins On the
fturdaticn wail 7 ft high and
roal will place the property w
part of
House and lot on the south sid
of 8th avenue The house is a f
lat27 rooms and store on lifit
brick house containing 280 ro
houses. For full pa ticulares.
where maps
bhe unexpired term of lease
Brook yn consisting of 6 lot,
Wa bington avenue, near Fulto
ft. Theleasehas 15iearstor
next at a gn und rent of 60
Terms cash. For particulars in
seailoler at law
TUESDAY.
At 12 o'clock, at the
49th street-S lots of ground o
10cft Eel 5th avenue, b
Also. 8Sth street-4 lo's of g
1(0 ft W of d av. 25 It ftro
82d etreet-- lots of ground o
of 1lth avenue, bi tng f
77th street-4 tRory brick house
ft W of ad avenue; lot 25 by 1
ir ar is a 2 story flame house 2
5(
West 82d street-Honuse and lo
7th snd 8
Seth istreet- 1 lot on the 8 side
ave
THOMAS R. MINUTU
BY TR.
SToRa No ,11o
FRIDAY.
At 11 o'clock, in
Sicily Sumac-Under the itsp
por lor cccunt of wham it ma
mau. sLght
SATURDAY,
At I o'clock at the
Ship Burlington-One haf of
porter New York, burthen 544
Jersey. in 1840.eoppered and
age from Great uBritain to a por
Amera. Term
AND"W MOUT.
BY WILMEtRDl
STORS No, 51
FRIDAY.
At 10 o'clock at
Package Sale-850 packages
Goods. conopising a desirab
tr
Large Sale of Fine Woolens, e
con-is
1CO pieces6-4 French fancy
160pitCes34 d d
50 pieces extra super imper
1I00 pieces black and c
AlSc.,an invoice o black
Also, an invoice o Frf
Also. an invoice cf % t
A,o tiO pieces superior Fr
Also. a large and desirable a.
is^' bli' k satins black broca
dine, bartt -ea aid fancy sli
royales, colored andlblack seot
lagS
Also, London wetin's. white
ana faacyorillincs, ailecise. D
Also, iupieces Cassimore D'E
we
Als". large saleidams ed go
warren's iep oncson. for accou
linen Huckaback Towels 13 do
Sheeaiis:23 do7.4. 8 4 and 9.
56 packast es 9i6 Prints Burlap
the loyeaae o
The ahove Linen Goods were
class city r
Also, 40 packages
Also 10 cases Beav
Catalosues and sample
WEDNESDAY
Large and Peremptory Sae o
Particular
THURSDAY,
At II o'clock, at the
Fine F'resh Teas-Several entire
per Witchcraft, Nestori
Hyson
Young Hysen
Bysou Skin
yson Twankay
Congou
In the usual variety ef packag
aesortaaent o
The eatalotues ans musters w
the day
TUESDAY.
Fine Fresh Teas. E.- Cargo of
tarjuut arrived from S
Hyson.
Young Hyena,
Hyson Skin,
Gunpowder,
Twankay,
In the usual variety of pack
sortment of
Jatalosues and must
0. w. FosrKa
BY S. Ii. d
SToss No. 41


FRIDAY.
At 10 o'clock, at
French Goods-On 0 months
staple French Goods. received
a desirable assortment, ad
8PfCIA., SALE O
280Ocapes rich silk Parasols.
meant of satin Ture, brocade sat
rich embroidered and bordered
and black and green satmin Tare,
dles and tipped; rich wat red.
bordered, &c. all ofl
Also, 150 piec-s extra super
A bo, an Invoice very rich
Als, an in voice super
Also. fancy cap a
800 c cartons extra rich broche,
ris pou de sole cap and bonne
rich and desi
Ctaliogue and anamrpie
TUESDAAf, A
At 10 o'clock, at
French Goods-On 6 months
staple French Goods. received
tng a desirable assortment,
Catalogues and samples
BY L. M. HOF
BToasNo. 111 PAaI
FRIDAY.
At 11 o'clock, at Mc
Fresh Tea.D.- Cario ef h
Hlyson,
Young Hyson,
Byson Skin,
Gunpowder,
Imperial.
In the usual variety of packa
ment of fine and extra qualitie
go. Catalogues and mu
After the tea sale. i
Funar-100 hhh
Coffee-For account of whom i
coffee., slig
SATURDAY,
At 12o'clock. in Trfa
For account ofwha m It may o
tion. 129 cales deer skins and
age of im
TUESDAY,
At 11 o'clock, In f
15 kegs extra pri
Ti'URSi)AY
At 11 o'clock, in f
Indligo-ill caes prime Manila
invoice, Jus
Immediately aft
Sale of Java and damatra cof
matra coffee, carg
TUEtd)A .
At 11 o'clock, at McO
Fresh Teas G.-invoices of f
Catalogues and same
FRIDAY.
At 11 o'clock. at Mcu
Fresh Teas, D.-Invoices of f
TUESDAY,
At 11 o'clock, at MoO
Fresh Teas-V-The cargo of t
of& f ll and desirable
WALDBE P R.U
85 PztA
ToaRa 109 ymARL.
TUESDAY,
At 3 o'clock at Constanitne
South Bie St. Domingo Maho
Edward. consisting of 1566 crot
mingo m
Terms-4 months over $100.
Also, 12 logs Honduras mah
ne
12 togs Honduras mah
WEDB'iOODA
At 12 ca'clock, in
For account of wh
Model of San Franctsoo-Elev
mond, landed and stored from
cieia ands odt odp ay rreigh


PUBLIC

LKOhAR
No. 37T Tr
B
LEONARD A 00.. respetfully
as fO
FYs'rtT'' daylneach month
day in eachmonth, PAPRA
ejery Thursday, HOUSIHO
All incidental maleon such
ties
BRUOU A. O ILT
BY COiCE d
atsALMBoos No. 9
FRIDAY.
At 1 o'clock, In 1ltth street,
Har
Household Furniture-A gene
furniture. beleneipa to
Catalogues can be had of the
Bousabhld Furniture, horses c
anm and Farming Utensils at
County -I'he handsome furnit
In the dwelling house of Mrs W
ehtster county-together with
do. carriages wasons. cws.
piece, superior violin. and v
sale will take place
SATURDAY
At 1U o'clock at the
On Broadway-I lot of groun
Broadway and
84th street-I lot to rear of t
84th street, 25
10th avenue-S lotion ite Wes
83d and i84
8th avenue- 2 lots on the West
corner of 8th aven
7Bth street-I lot in rear of t
76th street. 100 ft W
94i h street- 2 lots, each 25 by
of 94th street, between
For maps and full particulars,
tioneer. I No.
On 66th street- lots of ground
situated on Sontq side of teth
ones. For maps and terms. ap
Wall s
Referees sale-UnSer the dire
Referee-One Ioi of ground with
on the south Fide of 19th at. ab
av. For particular description
N. Y. T
MONDAY,
Atlt o'clock, at tri
House and lot at Ehilzabetbt
ground frothing on Water street
sireets.and one lot iamedlatelI
Sg on Waphineton street. In
Water street is 71 feet in rout
this let there is a two story f
the rear ar d a hop. The lot o
in front, and 114 feet 6 Inche
tart of the estate
For maps and particulars ap
Small s
FRIDAY.
At 12 o'clock, at the
No. 42 Union street Brodklyn
with store, 20 by P6 feet. with
by 80feet, No. 42Unmon street
B.omilton avenue. near the fer
alres stand on the p
For mane and terms apply at
No. 9 Wal
WM. DUMONT.
BY DUMONT
OFFION 11 WALL
FURNITURE SALES-D, H. wi
tention to sales at auction of
the owners. Also, Stocks, S
procured and loaned
THURSDAY.
At 10 o'clock, at No. 56 Wesi 1
aven
Elegant Household Furniture-
end Bi ussels carpets, nearly n
der, 6A ociaves; rosewood bo
extension dining table-, seats
and Bohemian glass gas hebande
tion candles window cuirals
hair natrabsee
Also, Psyche glass. dressing b
and ergravinge glass croe
Oatalogutes I days before sale
1 Wai
THURSDAY.
At No 56 Wes
Elegant Furniture-P
BY JAME
OsCric 43 FCmLTOa 0. O
MONDAY.
At 12 o'clock, at Mon
Sale in parttion-Daiaiel
tore corner of Jay
house and lot No
vacant lot on Con.o
No. 9S Concord s
No. 104 Con
House and lot en Ch
Bakery corner of M.rt-
1 arse lot on Myrtle avenue, a
on Myrtl
House and store No,
Dwelling house No 174 M
Houseacd lot No.
Maps and lull Particulars at
TUESDAY.
At 11 o'clock, at the
Peremptory sae of 62 lota on
and Bergen streets, and the
27 lots on C.sson avenue
8 lots on Rail Read
10 lots on P
14 lots on
8 lots on Berien
Also, the old estahlishod Tav
Hot
This Is some of the best prop
auction this season. Clison av
paved; Pacificstreet is paved
ments in the vicinity are of th
the purchase money may re
Herkimer street--5 lots oa t
rstrict, between Utica and Rc
Huntei fly Road. in the 9th war
kimner street is now opeiod, and
JAS. MCDONSaL
BY BRAN.CUH d
AUCTIONEER8 AND COO
11i8 tFULTON sT
New Aucfion and C
9. 3. CARRIOtT
BY CURTIS dI
STORE No. 11 WItLLIA
SATURDAY
At 10 o'clock, at
By Catalogue-For Cash-Fore
Fancy Dry Goods-A general a
in lots to suit ily and
Catalogues on m
WEDNESDAY
At 10 o'clock. at
By Catalogue-For Cash-for
Fancy Dry Gooos-A general as
in lots to suit city and
Catalogues on the

CO

OAL ,UIDEB COVeR-Theu
under shed. the fo IloIs ng C
mer Irom the best mines
Peach Orchard (Red Ash)
White Ash (8chy
Lehigh. (har
The sizes of whIch are made t
Coankumers may depend upon ge
order, anf of the beat qua
OHARLWiS
129 West Eleventh st. bet
IVERFOOL OHttEL CM
IA from packet ships Wat
Liverpool Orret Coal. ot first qua
'!a il; u .. lowered In the holt
.L-l.1,.c.1 POPHAMA
aud 4th at1 aud 199
A box for orders at Jonu
I t L \ O n1OJL ORit A C
SA z.a n urifr.-.-rh i ing f
anjd ;b..L'.. "
SAML. THOMPF
43 Gold st, 275 Pearl tt. and
"'114m.1MI Ua.I AI. A.'LtrlI-I
V-Now discharging a c mrgoo
we offer to Smith's and manuf
price.
200 Cherry and 186
and foot of South Six't
-. IVEHiPOOL ( tAAL A PL
iL liburton's Orrel Coal.
PiHILLIPS & OAKLEY.
adjoining Tompkins Marke
mar 14 _______
COAL OP ALL KINDS-The su
I and a full assorment of th
they ofier for sale at t
CORNS. BAKER A SON il L
(JOUI~imftLANI)i COAL-ForS
now on hand a
CORNS. BAKER A SON, 61 Le
LIVEBitPOGL Ol iTEL COAL.
ers supplied. Jest receive
stellaton, Liverpool Coal.
CORfS BAKEK 5 t AON. i1 L
L IVSiESOOL COAL--Price
nhas reduced the price of t
which he has a supply of the be
of families. Also. Peact Or
SchuylkIl, at
BIdKrRY tKEV <] (It
85 Murray.cnor. Canal and Elm
(SAL,-PRICE REDUGED- The
J the price of the Peach Or
White Ash. of which he hasasop
wi h which the utmost pains wi
good order. HENRY REEVE
88 Murraye aor Canal and El
OAL--REDUCED PRICES-R
Stove sixe. of the best qu
Peach Orchard, for sale at re
O>el and Cannel ovals.
mar 28 129 West Eleve
BIC ES HBDUCtED -We have
kinds of Aethraoite Coal an
prices Now in Yard, and for s
&umberland Coals.
PflILIAPS & OAKLEY. Yar
near thet1th aven
adjoining Tompkins Market
mar 14
OASL-PRICE REDUCED-Red
high and other Coals, carefu
and for aale by
74 Wall st. 587 East Broadway
and 309 Madisonst
OAL BY THE CAitGO-A c
Aah Peach Orchard, eggs
M. BUCKMAN.41 it
Also. Hazletoan Coal-Lump, br
oompany's prices.


L IVEBPOOL OKREL
FLOaT-Now landing from
Wright. Colunmbia and Alber
Also. from ships Jame. Nesmi
Coal, for family u
RAND ,LPHACO, 74 Wall
cor-.4mh -avenue and 11t
WAZLETON COAL-The subscr
prepared to furnish the ab
furnaces, stoves, iron foundrie
direct from the mines of the Co
pure state, without any mixture
article. MAHLON B
decl
a IVERiOiOL COAL-AFLOAT
Orrel Coal. lowered in the
or family use. will be dischar
terprise. Forsale by
eor. Chambers & Washington st
Box for orders at Arthur
OAL-I am now delivering
Coal. at $oper tOn. All oth
price, Re-screened from
JACOB
Jan. 27 818 Bowery and 2t
Vi DNRY COAL-AFLOAT-A s
use. or manufacturing pur
brig Faithful."at Beach street
suit purchasers, by
dec 1 411 Wa
LEHIGlH LO4AL -IIrrtl, ..i
Ler cP ie. -iz& b, sa.r-rr ai
for sale at owes
POPHAM A CO, yarau corn
and 199 Amos
A box for orders at
VDNE Y COi'L FOilt FaLy
S tor family uoe. n..- .-sa ri
Beach street Pier, ana fLIr
dec 1 4 411 Washing

IILLOW MtCI'AL ptiK1'
A quality English Yellow Me
by William Foster
K X6NNELL. MINIURN
UI111d SON'S SPARKLE
Pints-The subseiber is no
or supplies of tL is article, to b
arrival Parties wishing the sa
there beitg so much demand for
sure early deli
S OHARt.ES BELLOWS. 1 N
B UT'I EH-Prime Dairy Butt
Cal olna tra for
OBT. AYRES,
L'LAX AND COT10.O tsIl
SH. W.PECK a
BUTTWER-Western Dairy Butt
sal
mar 28 BEALE. MELICK A D
RYE FLOUB-5-0 bbllt
BEAL&. MELICKA& DEWT
('LOVER AND TIMOTHY
tierceS. f
BDALE, MELICK A DEWIT
" tIED iPIPLtI-J. ft-ai
D BaLL.. MILLILCK A Ds
BEANS--25 bbla. small W
B BEALE, MtLLOK a DEW
SUGA--180 hbds landing,
GISINNELL, MINTURN
NDIA RUBBER-In sheets, s
for sale by GRINNRLL. M


SAILMAtr OF TlHK
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agree. Laan l
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COUMNBROL
M AARIN

PORT OF
THURSDAY AFTER
CLTA
Tseeitrda Atte oos, Ship R
A Wg
Shis Josephine, Bornhclm. ,
C
Ship South Carolina, Auoker
we
Ship Sil1as Leonard. Basettl
Barque Dutcheas.Lane. Mal
Barque Hvnoiagton Ftraser
Barque John Cot y, Rhodes, S
Wright, Ba
lrig Ann Maria Mox
Brig Ambroslan (Swede) Ols
Bchr H. A. Grinanell. T hurbe
tfcbr trclantreas Tyler. S
Schr Manta sett. Fmith W
Ecbr Sea Bird, Henderson,
BHun
echr Hamlet. Halt. Phi
Fchr R.M. BrOwn. Hulse. Wilmi
Sloop Poitter.Fowler
ARRIVED LA
Brazillan brig Don Pedro id.
with wine and saiLt
Mecklenberg brig Hermann, M
with brandy an
Br brig Laroline, Lecoir. 20 d
A. L
Br brigWlberforre, Brittain.
tens plaster. to B water.
Sehr Orianna, Dod
Fchr Statesman, tidk
Schr Gazelle. Barnes. 17 d s
McCina
Schr Aon and Susan. Myers
Bcnt N. P. Smith. Stutes.
Scbhr Jane. Turner.
Schre Agaam. Bes
Belr Leader. Bear
Bchr Undine. Penfield
Bchr Mary El a. Ap
Fchr Granite Lodge. C
Bchr Hope. Blair, % hiLcot
DISATKr
Clipper ship N. &. Palmer. Do
thit port, ctirgto teas, silks, A
Java es. Jan 6. She cot off
ed to Batavia. where she arrive
asid would to to aourabaya to
taken on tihe dry dock there.
a mouth or
Ship Charles, Andrews. left S
and mi-eal stays when off the N
Malacca.) at 9 PM. and went
the steamer noosby. proceeueo
i Sonito, nho ohasoe of gfutl
sexdens and other articles ofv
ihttersr and talent t r Srea
crew, with the snie boat. rer
what stone they weres able. T
B.Fltessaden. Esq., ef Boston.
H.in 1845-valuedata$13 o00,iDe
nmadi, fioat $6,t. 0d at heb u
There 1s $11,000 Insured on ft-i
the tame
Brig Marletta,. (of Eastport)
toenr with a &ctir o of flcur
Wednesday morning at 2 o'l
ighterafrom Nantatlketarealo
A tleter fron a passenger
from NewYcrkf, tor th River
Charleston in distress, sayd,. W
run iWtedtmes(ay anoon.wereof
and badcrosadd toe G when
siondingsa teaked. (pondings a
hae no conriectlion with iet,,b
iudanlyt Theah oat a ;go on t
e interde to go inatolt S van
hare We are asi right
Captain Phillip, of the brig a
fro i Mitanzas repol ted th
Cobden. W'itey. master- fr
MatahS. taI he Cobden e le IW
Ion 73. thea schtr Friends. s (of
lumber, and bound to Moart
ara 2 men on board and took
Inst. passed the Srix Reb
Schr Doniel Beckwith. before
rived at Talcahuana Jan 1, on
on the nighi of the 9d. at 10
but med to the water's edge, a
tal lot. fete was biten with a
to Daniel B, Willi
SPORS'
March 14 lat 39 43 7In 7I2 1.
hoipl lurriae, mn Yoik for S
new clipper l ip. with a bl
Dire3. off Staten Land.was s
manfm N York Au
WHALERS.
Below Providence 29th. ship
Coast via Honolulu,
FOREIGN
At Mani'a Jan 1S, ips John
Ann Maria. Bray. for do o; La
do; barqsue Europae, Hutchinson
NYoI i
Passie ArajierDec 7, barque
for 8ston:Jan 1. Ala. Remingt
chip Vatecever. Lant, do lort
phy, 14ene Kong for Callao-
I ornghae for NYoik;B d., ba
for C

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News London-Arr 29th lost.
Wilmington, NO. for Norwich;
Barnsi M e f
BSd Eih. net. schra Harrlet fJ
Vihginiah: Uo
Protsieneeo--Arr l9ta Inst
barque El,-. Baker. Mobile;
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lid 29th irat. rch
1 d 2lth Inst barque Triton
WimtoisgtonWiC sehrs Wll ODa
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Portland. Ot. for Baltimore; Fa
New Y
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ashb
Altsearr. barques Joshua Bra
Jordan. Mobuie: Hairie. A Mr
'lrkesaon. Puiladelphas bri
tenm; Charlotte, (Br) Packard,
Onward. Tibbeits, Charleston:
Aon Cayes: Sea Fower, Dayto
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man. Hu'riman. Pensacola: Ann
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eywine, Del;Benry Paysen. Ni
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Louisa, do; steame
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Old eh iit ost steamship Crna
Haiulax. i-nis I aronine. Ceok
gers. Havana: Halifax. (Br) O'S
Levache. Piaton, NSB schr Pea
ton.
Also teared 30th Inst. ship
Apatachicolai scnrs Alexandria
Floilna, Balilmore: B A Stev
Saco; 0 Alsirun
Mewburvpeart-Arr Seth iOte
na:;cbrs Grand Ii land. Smal
Hezron. Ph
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At the close of the fiscal year, ending 20th Septem-
siness of the west, which s
her, 1841, just three months previous to the assem- t
bling of the Legislature, which passsed the act sus-
pending the public works, there appears to have
been, (by the annual report of the commissioners of
the canal fund for 1842) a net balance of $605,741 06,
standing to the credit of the canal revenues of that
year, after paying all the inter
debt, and Ior all repairs, superiutendence and colle
tion of tolls on the canals, besides $64,850 89 allow
anses for land damages,and other extraordinary pay-
ment, and $200,000 contributed
expeses of theogovernment.
Does this state of the canal finances look like em.-
barrassment-like becoming dangerousTly burden.,
some on the exchequer of the state ? Alter contrib
ting $200,000 toward the general expenses of the st
state, and having yet $605,751 06 (Rap. '42. p. 5,]
left of its current revenues, for sinking fund or oth
er purposes, does that look like ruining the state
wronging the people by prosecuting the public mo
works? I think not. For, had ten debt at this time
been $10,000,000 more than itactually was, still your
$60,751 06 would have been more than sufficient to p
pay all the interest on that additional amount of de
so that there was no danger whatever of the canal i
debt becoming onerous and burthensome to the pen'.
pie. Nor was there the slightest necessity for tax-
ing the people directly for canal purposes in 1842,
at any time subsequent to that period. The tolls of c
1842 only fell short of those of 1841, to the amount p
of $192,823 05 ; while those of 1848 overran the
amount collected in 1841 $398,895 39 ; and the rev
nues have averaged a larga annual increase euer
since. Then, I ask, where was the necessity for s
pending the prosecution of the public works?
I answer very frankly that, in my humble judg.
meant, there was no necessity for that hasty and ill
advised act of the Legislature; and that it will stand
as a statutory memento of the foolishness of that
body, long after all its members shall have passed
away; while its pernicious consequences will beim-
pressively realized by the intelligent citizens of
state for man long year. world. The
The state, having the ability to meet Its just obli-
gallons, entered into in good faith, is bound to pr
vide for their punctual fulfilment; and it has no
more right to violate its contracts for work alrea
done, or to be done, on the canals or any other st
improvement, than it has to repudiate or refuse to
pay its bonds, when due, which may have been ne-
gotiated in payment for the construction of any of
thelmublic works. Agreements, deliberately entered
into in good faith, whether the contracting parties bs
states or individuals-whether they ha for the pay r
meant of money for canals already completed, or for
work on those yet to be constructed-or anything
else which is lawful to be done-must be considered
sacredly binding on both sides, and should be invio
lably kept ward each other by
The violation on the part of the state, of its delib
crate and binding obligations to contractors for wor
on the canals in 1842, was, therefore, not only unne-
cessary, unwise and impolitic, but it was unjust t
the contractor, dishonorable to the state, andinj
ous to the public interest. No change of the wis
and wellconsidered Democratic policy respecting t
public works-put forth in 1834, by some of
intelligent and patriotic of our fellow citizens, th


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COIlIIVERCIAL ADVERriSER. ed-the s
Of damages for the viOl
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THE CANALS-THEIR COMPLETlDN-I-THE DEMO- thi
CRATIC POLICY. cs. A co
-- Legislaiure in a straight
The Proposed Amendment of the Constlutnloa. her
ovsr a varitey f plans,
IN SENATE, SATURD&O MARCI 19, 1853. heir
SPUEOH OF THB HON. JAMES E. COOLEY. Ssna'ro ed
ROMTvnI FtisTDiTrucr.tIN Coteurre or Tes WiOLW oE. Ol
THEaPROro ITIO TOAMasDT"S OsoxsTrprtoe, WITHS AVti
To TIaaseaeD corC.MPEToa or rue PePLoI WoaKS.
ing tbeeanals a sort of s
[Roortiafor 'fts Albany Daily Argua.] dea of
[CONCLUDoD.] venues wthi
A bill passed the Senate, (then Democratic) in the
Spring of 1888, authorizing the commissioner of the
canal fund to issue state stocks-for the Erie canal t
enlargement, $4,000,000; for the Genesee Valley c
canal, $2,000,000 ; and for the Blask River canal,
$1,500,000; making altogether $7,500,000 ; to be
loaned in part or whole, if required, to enable the
banks to resume specie payment, and to be repaid h
sgain with interest to the state,when wanted for pay.
ing contractors for work o0 those several canals, t
"already authorized by law." lines of
Thisbill waa defeated in the House by a Whig ma. y
jority, and did not become a law. But the canals lat
were steadily prosecuted through the year. Oa the wo
first ot January, 1889, the Whigs being in the asce-
dancy, assumed the helm of state under the admin-
istration of Governor Seward, who, approving and b
sanctioning the Democratic system of internal im t
provements, so successfully carried on by his prede-
cessor, called the attention of the Legislature to the
subject in his first message in the following words:-
"Thirteen years' experience has proved the inade-
quacy of all our thoroughfares for
ot persons and property between the frontier and
tide waters. It is submitted whether sound policy
does not require that the enlargement of the Eri
canal be completed as speedily as will be consistent
with the public convenience. This generation may
as well participate in its manifold advantages as re-
sign them. The loss of interest upon partial expen-
ditures during a lone term of years, is an item not
unimportant; and the expenses of transhipment and
other inconveniences resulting from the navigation of
different parts ef the canals with boats of different
forms and magnitude, are auxiliary arguments to
prove that the public interest requires the earlies
feasible enjoyment of the cheapness and expedition
of the improved navigation.'"-(p, 17.) for
In their annual report for this year, (As. Doe. '89,
No. 86,) the Canal Commissioners, consisting of i
Metssrs. Van Rensselaer, Bouck, E arll, Bowman and
Baker, say :.-"The public interest would be essential .
ly promoted by as speedy a completion of the en- l
largement of the Erie canal, from the Hudson river
to Lake Erie, as the facilities for obtaining means a
proper economy In reference to the expenditure o
would justify." (p. 6.) legislation,
After Indicating that all the work on the cana
should be put under contract during the years 1839
and 1840, they say :-'-The enlarged canal will be
finished and ready for use from Albany to Syracuse,
in the Spring atof 1842; to Montezuma in the Spring of
1843 ; to Rochester in the Spring of 1844 : and to
Buffalo in the Spring of 1845." (pp. 6-21.) fr
Here we have a good, old-fashioned Democratic co
scheme for prosecuting the public improvements o
down to this period ; and had it been faithfully car
ried out by the subsequent legislation, necessary t
their completion, the canals would have been finished
seven years and a half ago; and their revenues
would, doubtless, amount now to more than $5,000
000 per annum., n ighten ed publicly
W hat I have endeavored to show, and what I think
I have pretty conclusively demonstrated by extract
from official documents of a high character,
the Democratic doctrine, during the long and suc
ceasful administration of Governor Marcy, and quite
up to the lime of his defeat and the election of Saw.
ard, in consequence of the mistakes of the national
administration, favored an energetic prosecution of
the public works, and a judicious use of the public
credit for that purpose. This wise policy was injudi-
ciously abandoned in 1842 by the abrupt suspension
of the public works. I think it would be the part of
wisdom for the Democratic party to return again to j
the system that bore us along so triumphantly over
our political opponents, when the enlightened, pa-
triotic Nestor of our gallant host, now the Premier
the National Administration, held the helm of public
affairs in this state. I sincerely wish and desire thi
as a stroke of party policy ; although I am not in- f
clinked to view this question strictly as a party que
tion; believingitof such paramount importance to
the highest interest of all our citizens, as to rise u
above all partly considerations,
I do not intend to trouble the Senate much with a
review of Whig policy and practice while in powe
What I desire is, tojustify my position and that of
those who stand here with me, on Democratic priuci-
pie; and that, to the satisfaction ot all candid and i
telligent minds, I have no serious apprehension of
failing to accomplish, share of the
The Legislature of 1842 convened at a period of
great embarrassment in the financial affairs of the
entire union. The demands upon the stats treasury
were large and pressing; but there was nothing
alarming in the financial condition of this state. It
credit stood much higher than that of any other state
in the union; aud it never failed to meet the just re-
quirements of the public creditors until the year
1852, when it virtually repudiated or
ment on a part of the State bonds, amounting to nea
ball a million of dollars, which fell due in July las
and were only saved from being protested, and the s
State disgraced, by the friendly interference of th
Manhattan bank, which paid the public creditors and t
now holds the bonds to be redeemed at the couveni.
ence of theSate entire popular
I have said, sir, that there was nothing alarming
in our niate finances, during the session of the Legi
lature of 1842. Our state stocks were theu selling
for less than their par value, it is true, but it arose
from no distrust on the part of the public creditor
the ample ability and good faith of the state, to pay,
promptly all its liabilities, and to fulfil all its enga
ments. There was no feeling of this kind among, ter
capitalists, either at home or abroad. Our state
stocks were always in better request than those of
any other state, similarly situated with respect t
large public improvements; always
prices and were in better demand.
While our six per cents were selling, freely, at 9
Ohio sixes were at 62-and finally went down to 50-
at a time, too, when the fund commissioners of that
state were authorized by law to levy a tax on its
real and personal property to any amount, and at a
time. whenever, in their judgment, it should be re--
quisite to sustam the public credit. This law still
remains the law of Ohio, and i
first legislative act passed there, authorizing loan
for the structure of her public improvements,
Ohio never altered, never failed to meet her in-
terest when due, at the very day and hour, t
it became due. Nor has she ever suffered any of her
matured bonds to lay over, to be honored by third t
parties, and saved from being disgraced by the kind
inlteerference of monied corporations, as was done in
this state in July last; and yet our state stocks hav
always commanded from ten to fifteen per cent more
in market than hers. When our state bonds were s
selling at 97, Kentucky's were at 82, although the
debt of that state only amounts to about $8,000,000.
Pennsylvania's were down to 28, Indiana's at 214, pa
and Illinois at 16. All other states, except Mas9-
chusetts, stood then, and they are now,
scale of public credit, in our own, and in foreign
markets, than the state of New York.
In 1842 and '43, the treasury notes of the United
Sales sold daily in Wall Btreat below par. And and
when Congress, in 1843, authorized a loan of $20,-
000,000, at 6 per cent interest, it could not, for m
months, be negotiated either at home or abroad, it
These tacts are notorious, and ought to have been
known by executive officers as well as by other pe
pie. The assertion therefore, that ctit cannot be sai
our condition in 1842 was owing to the financial em-
barraesments of the time," it not borne out by a l
single fact or circumstance existing at the period we
are speaking of. Our condition in 1842 was entirely
"owing to the financial embarrassment
and nothing else. Our state seeks declined in Vau
at the same time, and in proportion, as other state w
stocks declined; and as city stocks, bank stocks, in
sumrance stocks, and every other kcind of stocks end
credits of every description declined. And our state s
stocks rose on the revival of business, nod the ros
oration of confidence, just in proportion, and simu[-
taneously with the improvement of other state stocks
and other securities and property of every deacrip-
tion throughout the country. To contend, therefore,
that the suspension of the public works, the viola-.
tion of our contracts with those who were construc
ing the canals, and the impositionof the direct mc
taxon the realand personal property of our citizens
was the means of restoring the public credit, and 5
necessary to enable the state to pay its debts and r
lieve tbe public creditors, is to contend for what ia


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ilp rosperily more then all the other elements that
anisik the progressive onward march of the age.
Having done this good service., and being capable I
ofrucnlerring yet greater blesings oa the popd.ple, t
thry should itt be regsrdrd by the Gavernmenit i
i lb alav,.r ; nor by the railroad interest, wit
lousy or din'rnti, for while the canals are common be
nefact.rei, conirilbting by their increasing rarena
loletei t a) oai ,im n and l. h, en th e
they can never lie elr.ant'allv in the way of any of
our ci;rene. rYr. i.ve hring' e Just appreciation of th
rapl,d growth of thWeef.and the cnnsequent inere
of trade from that quarter, can come to any other t
co oclunsioq. A few years sine, there was o ralrod ing
in bthe slate of Michigan ; now there are
ning Ithrough the stale; and both od abhundant s.p
port, all from the npultaion and business of the
West; though but i small part of the freight of tha
immense asud rapidly auigmenting business passes
over the railr-a.s : mostd oft going roand byveaels
through the l.keas, it appears tha
In a few years these two railroads will be found in.
adequate to do the business that will crowd upon
them; h bile the freight through the lakes will go on
increasing. As this tide of accumulatinir business
awell- along in ins prrgreas In market, pressing
gently on ihes aenues of commerce, where is 11 i to be
acrinimodated, unlessby improvemrentsto oureaual.
we keep pace with its wonderful increase and impor-
lance. Already we perceive another railroad ia pro-
rrese to p.rsllel Ithse constru
etweenoBufi'lo and Albany. Yet, there ouhti o be
ton jealuo.y or apprt bensin on the part of the Sloc
holders of thepresent roads; for it bhas been clearly
demonstrated that, in this crunire, the greater the
facilities for travel-so in proportion will travel it-
self increase. This is particularly true, I believe,
with the business on the Central road; which I un-
derstand has rather augmented, than diminished, s
since the completion of the Erie railroad; although
that has been overwhelmed with freight and passon-
gers ever since it was first opened to the public. i
The railroads how completed, and eren when as. f
slated by all the contemplated capacity o(f that lately
Projected, cannot begin to convey all, or hany thing i
like all, the freight and passengers that will daily
urges a transit through this state. Thor. fore, while
there need be no jealousy on the part of any, where
there is business and room enough for all, so none
should detract from the acknowledged capacity aad
ability of the canals, when enlarged and completed
to subserve greatly the growing interests of the
stale. They should, with as little delay as is corn-
patible with a prudent economy and a judicious ex.
penditure of money, be enlarged to the ltull an
originally contemplated. The Democratic partylmust
Ia sn for thits, as they are pledged to the people to
do; or they most go otf of power. There is no use
in talking 'about running your one hundred nod
fifty ton boats-about coaxing the canal-by scratch- 4
ing its bottom and tickling its sides; you musogo
for the whole or you will have no great chance to o
for any. -eiv
You must go for the two hundred and forty ton lai
boats, and nothing else; becausethe people will be ha
satisfied with nothing short of that; come
quires it, common sense dictates it, and the highest
intieresta of our citizens justifies and demands it.-
'This great work must be done-and it must be done an
by so modifying the constitution, I now think, asto
allows suspension of the existing canal debt; so tha
the canal revenues, after paying the interest on that
debt, may be annually applied to that wor
bshall be fully completed, or a new debt must be an.
thorized to accomplish it. I care not much which of
these plans is adopted; either will answer; but one
or the other must prevail. You must have means th
to carry on the work, and it will never do to under- t
take to raise the necessary means by the imposition
of a direct tax on the real and personal property of
the people, and flows along
There is nothing connected with this question re- s
quiring any such resort to direct taxation. The ca-
nals ask nothing but a reasonable,paternal husbandry
of their resources; and their accruing revenues wi
bee me more than ample to redeem the state from
all existing liabilities, contracted for their constr
tion, or that it may, hereafter, be necessary to enter
nto for their completion, the strongest
But this great state work cannot be carried on
without debt-without using the state credit, longer
then is contemplated by the seventh article of the
constitution. All large transactions are carried on t
a greater.or less extent by means of credit, which if
judiciously managed, so far from being a curse, as
some have contended, operates advantageously to all
concerned, our noe canal sy
It does not follow, however, that debts should be
created, simply, because an individual or a state hap-
pens to have a credit, just for the fun of the thing;
or for any other than tor the most justifiable objects
and purposes. Such a use of state or individual of
credit, can work no injury to the indebted nor any v
one else; it must result beneficially to all parties,
It is. however, contended, that State debts, espe-
&ially the canal debt of thestate of New York, is in-
jurious-that it compels us to tax commerce, and m
tends to augment the prices of whatever commodi-
ties pass through our canals. This to a certain and
though to no injurious extent is true.
must pay for its transit into and through whatever
regions it penetrates. Yetnoone is injured by it;
no injustice is done to any one, much less to come
merce. Where is the injustice of taking commerce b
for the cost of its transportation to market? This
hbas always been done in this and all other countries
at all times and under every form of government m
that has ever had a form; and it has always been
considered just and right. It has remained for the o
fanfaronade financiers of our time and our state to c
cry out and complain of it as injurious to the people
and unjust to the public interest, ur acti
If the canals be the common property of all the
citizens of the state, to the construction of which l
all have directly or indirectly, and in a greater or
)ees degree contributed, they must, of right, be free
and open to the use of all, under such ruijii n
and restrictions as may be thought mostI l..jI t.,
promote the interests and be of the greatest common
benefit to all. And as but few, comparatively, of
(our citizens will ever use the canals, it were certain-
ly an act of great Injustice for the government to
require all of the inhabitants of t
ute in common for the construction of such
system of canals, merely for the conveni
benefit of a class of common carriers, collected o
the lines of our canals, perhaps from every state
the Union. Those who use the canals most ought w
to contribute mosttoward lthe cost
tion, and toward the current expensesof super
ing them and keeping them in repair.
no injustice in that ; and commerce shou
ior its transit through our canala until their revenue
shall be sufficient to pay for their construction. let
Then it may, possibly, become the interest of the wi
state to relieve commerce entirely from that kind of
taxation; but certainly not till then, unless, in
meantime, it should so happen that the competition
in Canadaand the Southern states for the commerce
of the West should becomesoflerceas to interrupt i
current through iteaccustomed channels, which there
ia no danger of, provided our canals are sp
opened lo the capacity contemplated by t
oates and projectors of the enlargement in 1834.
That done, with boats on your canals carrying 240
tons. no province of Great Britain, no other state of
the Union, nor any other people under heaven
successfully compete with you for the immense corn
merce of the West. Nor can the lateral railroads in-
jure. materially, your enlarged canal; for
ly increasing commerce, the vast multitudes of ema
igrents, the throng of business men and the crowds
of people of pleasure, moving daily through the
slate, must afford, in all time to come, ample and f
use and employment for all the railroad and canal
facilities you now have or that you are l
etruet. M
But commerce, so far from having be
sad er onerously taxed by reason of the canals, h
in fact, been wonderfully focilitated and benefited
them. Previously to the construction b
ble monuments of the enterprise and energy of their
projectors, and of the munificence of the state, the
transit cost of a ton weight
York was $100. Commerce, in those days, when it
required two or three weeks to drive a loaded
from Buffalo to Albany, was, certainly, pretty round
lv taxed ; but now, when you may run th
distance through to the city of New York in a single
day, and when the average cost of transit per ton
does not exceed $8 or $10, surely both pro
consumer ought to be perfectly satisfied on all sec-
lions, and at both ends of the route, which I believe
to be the case. m
But, says the demagogue, it ought not to c
so much for transportation ; and, were you out of
debt, you might release commerce entirely from the t
canal tolls, and reduce the charges en transportation. S,
True, we might, and we may now if we choose to lay
a direct tax to pay the interest and cost of construct
ing the canals. But, suppose the people had con-
structed the canals with their own money instead of


borrowing and creating a debt for that purposes
would they be less valuable, or less the property
the whole people on that account? Certainly not:
nor would it, in that case, be less right and just
the state to charge equitable toll
ing through them. The state might, with just as
much justice, be required to build warehouses for
the convenience of commerce as canals. Com
has no more right to claim an immunity of transi
tolls at the public expense, than it h
tion from ware house charges for its convene
storage in the city of Now York.
But, says a distinguished gentleman, t it will be
found that if we had borrowed no money and had
finished the canals by our surpl
on a thousand feet of pine lumber from Dansville to
Albany. on the Genesee Valley
ced one dollar; that a reduction of 33 c
thousand feet of green hemlock,and 67 cents on eac
thousand feet of green spruce, and 18 c
cord of wood can ied to market from the head o
Black river feeder ; aund that investigation
that the canal debt has materially dm
value of real estate
155LL5
Now, sir, with due respect for the high source
from which this green spruce and hem
ernllmadge, as Join commi
emanates, I consider its
thrown to the whale-manufactured to suit the
if there be any, at the head of the Black river
feeder." 1 consider all such 18 cent cord wood
mery and fustian, as being of very little conseque
one way or the other-as having
merely for effect; and that it has entirely failed
have the effect it was intended to produce.
"Tbe Black river.feeder" folk know altogether too
much to feed very long contentedly on
spruce" speeches as these. What our "Black river-
feeder" friends require is the complex
river canal; and that was very freely
them before the last election. They ca
pence about a slight transit toll o
and green hemlock and cord wood. What they
is toget their vast quantities of spruce and hemloc
lumber to market at all. They would be well
fled to pay any reasonable canal charges, could the
canal he completed and brought into
will not long be satisfied with any
esr from the value of real estate, being "mat
diminished by the canal debt," were you to complete
the Black river canal a
yourself to the people you would do bef
tinn, "investigation would show that the canaldebt,
or the result ot that debtthe canals themselves,wou d
materially increase the value of real estate "at the
head of the Black river feeder," and throughout t
whole of the Black river region
Complete your canals, and the price of all kinds of
lumber, and all real estate at the head of the "Bl
River feeder," and at Dansville, in the Genesee val
ley, would at once be doubled in valie, dep
Previously to constructing the Erie canal, real us
tate might be purchased in the Genesee valley for
$150 per acre: and wheat for twenty-fe cents
bushel. I recollect the time when it used to tak
four bushels of good wheat to purchase a single pound
of black tea in the Genesee valley. But no sooner i
was navigation opened on the Erie canal, than real
estate quadrupled in value there, and one bushel of
wheateould buy four pounds of tea. That is the
effect that investigation has shown to be the resul
of our canal debt; but for which we should never t
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COMEuRCIAL

TBMUDAT AIThM.OO

Tn Ca jaLs.-We publish 1
Mr. Cooley'e able and luc
tion of aina enlargement
Demeeratie legislators can
of their political creed, w
with snch a great practte
the enlargement and comply
Fir otherwise has it been
Democrat leader, legis
has their hostility to th
id straightforward i
ought to have been. Eve
could invent to hide the t
siton has been resorted to,
tbe eansl enlargementt po
cover. When Washington
carrying out the good wor
modigcations, was adopted
pretence for Democratic o
stitutionalityof the mea
ransgement wee overthrow
power, many of them enter
understanding en the part
understanding which was
tiset declarations to that
eoce,-that their efforts sh
roted toward devising a
theo enlargement of the c
conatituLtional and free f
emhbraaccs the natural ef
make it distatef
In but few instances h
shown to redeem these p
the imet strenuous effbr
number any proposed means
in the form ot taxation
unpopular with the peop
ber have been "faithful a
ad hq will hereafter me
satisfaction. These gen
honor for their fidelity
journals have opened a b
threaten to have them read
cowtumacy. Nevertheless
duty, and in their fealty
eosntituents and the state
contending for such an a
ties as shall provide for
asible way, vil: from t
eanals themselves. And
support given to these g
public opinion-by "the
that there is yet hope that
of the state's interests w
mority, and that the view
the real friends of the en
We should be glad te ent
those that have been repr
it difficult to banish do
incomprehensible the Demo
in view of the clear case
the canals, there is every
deep rooted and violent.
though emanating from me
meets just the same oppos
the Whig Governor and
bers in the Legislature.
meant, and not to the mod
manifestly their rule of a
opposition. To openly avo
constituents, open the eye
the Democratic party's dow
Their determined hostili
any measure which is like
policy and a desire to a
lead them to temporize a
measures for the same end
slog them with conditions
mired the people
This may seem to be a hb
oae founded upon a uniform
our judgment, admit of
Btill it is possible that
the right,-by exposition
and nsecesity, of the enl
mercial prosperity of the
by the combined force of
and by aid of the great m
with the popular sentime
the opponents of the me
persuaded, or shamed, in
sure reaUi dvigned to be
and acceptable to the peop
will be but one sentiment
trietic citizens upon thi
meat be too long delayed,
remote from the canal line
terested in the question,
present opposition. They
terests from those of th
transit, and consequently
from us by the Westand So
will be universally felt.
mer county selfish, adver
iaL It were wiser for he
ity she must share, than
which she mus
The present Legislature
a crisis which it can control
benefit of this state. Ot
utmost to invite traffic
desire that the Empire st
the inefficientmeans it po
in enterprise and refuse t
dy too narrow for its co
interest governs, such a de
ral enough. To them ev
the enlargement and eomple
state, like every imposit
roads, is a boon beyond al
of the same Empire stat
York-a very different fe
should care first for the i
Whatever will increase
her,welfare should share
mand their aid. They act u
ents if they pursue a pol
grandisement of other stat
own. Yet a longer delay
Erie canal and the compl
such effect. Already the co
opportunity of successful e
may not be easily recove
licy has already been to
men who still further pos
an irrepara

Errdval of the ..

THREE DAYS LATE

The Cunard mail steamer N
rived at Halifax at 5 o'clo
expected at Boston earl
(Nisgara left Liverpool o
She brings ninety-six pass
T'te fog was very thick o
of which the Niagara stru
harborbut was got off wit
The Cunard screw steamsh
sapivtd at Liverpool on th
15
The screw steamer City o
in14 days


One item excepted, the ne
far as telegraphed. In t
John Russell announced
received notice that the t
from their imprisonment,
leave T
Also, that Mexico having
English printed calicoes,
measures on the part of G
mitted to
He also adverted to the
the matter of sequestrat
outbreak at Milan. The
applied to Great Britain,
against the sequestration
tria, and correspondence
na in consequence. The r
sequestration would be r
ing their innocence of p
me
The attention of the G
the fact that the only Wint
to Canada was through terr
only with a view, however
ernment Intended to facili
Halifax and Quebec railw
subject was giv
The Canada clergy reserve
to a third reading. The Je
over until after
The mail steamer Austral
,had finally abandoned
The ship "Bernice had
by her Japanese and Mila
OsapaL

By the Star
PEOM AN JUAN
The steamship Star of t
paseghb, arrived this morn
age from San Juan in s
hou
O her outward passage,
rived at Ban Juan on the
and Batled on the
The Star of the West has
on board, hu report that
perfectly healthy, and the
tion for t
The U. a. sloop o war y
meander, was left in port,
colas on the morning ot the
ing orders fr
The Star of the West spoke
80 80, Ion. 75 10, the sc
N. C., from Turks Island,
her with p
The California adviess b
let inst-the same date
Geor
We are indebted to the
his att
W The remains of Mrs.
moved this morning from
at Buffalo. Mrs. F. was


ornmeeedesea of t i
8S. Auunrm, M
WHO ARM 21
WfY a vruo
I knew Francesco Madia
as 1848. He was then r
perimental Christians as
ple of a convert to the sp
pel, in the midst of a p
almost hopelessly perver
generation. There were m
that time, claiming to be
distinction from Beoman
averse to calling themsel
est In their renunciatio
Pope, and 'of the system
known among u as the "
of this body of so called
held the New Testament fo
painfully evident at tha
spiritual apprehensions
trines of the Cro'ss." It
even at that favorable epo
struction ; they could no
to hear preaching; they w
of seh other, and very
subject of religion, exc
testant in private. Of th
society Francesco Madiai
known to the foreign Chri
tive in circulating the
but it was for hie piety,
among his inquiring cou
unknown to them in the c
as a zealot, as charged
but there was no leader
at a later period about ei
up together before the
Swiss chapel, they proved
the Madiai, and to each o
ciardini was accused of be
to the magistrate that
them whom he could cal
deed to this day leaders
the Tuscan "evangelical C
tors have been either pas
foreign r
My personal acquaintance
cad at Rome early In 1851
was his occupation. He c
of mwrrier to an English fa
who were travelling wit
not then, and never was,
called him, %"a post rider
men of a bad class" as th
him. The eurrier In Euro
postillion. Be is both gu
tain extent, of the party
pected to speak several l
exchange of money, and su
stand between his employ
the whole host of persons
including door.kesepeors, c
gars. The calling is respe
ing a bad class of men,
more faithful to the inter
tradespeople. They mus
tons from respectable fam
their profession, for of
must be pla
Now it is evident that an
only, about to pansa W
Spring at Naples, would ta
ing the man, upon whose f
they were to rely to esca
regulation of their house
Madisi from the city of F
known in his calling, an
of resident English to ad
tain knowledge he proved
roughly honest steward ;
before God, and as far as
with a
I saw considerable of hi
often to my house after 8
released from his duties
about 47 years of age, of
ion, serious countenance,
conversation, neat in pers
his manners. He was rema
ing from the Scriptures,
of them explain another
that he had neither conco
in Italian, to aid him in
the better for him to be
his diligees to discover
of the gospel, he read t
six times in the course o
ligent also in seeking opp
Italians upon the subject o
the quiet distribution of
ever, mournful different
rence in respect to relig
he thought, more sceptica
Italy. During his stay th
teen Bibles, at fifty cent
Testaments at twenty cent
disposed of many more.
these were all that were t
for an entire year after
lot of four dozens, smug
stores of the French army
trance in
He did not act, however,
or receive a single cent f
any thing to do with gett
His testimony upon one
here, viz. that in almost
Bible, he had to promise
ter-so suspicious are the
such the terror with which
possession
As an instance of his mor
conduct in respect to c
Chapel. I notified him of t
his attendance, as I kne
himself to imprisonment,
Tuscany under the surveil
from the Duchy of Lucca,
lish family at Rome, was a
the police for attending th
made to sign a promise ne
ant service again as the on
immediate imprisonment
satae. This man protest
from curiosity, and that h
-a kind of defence that
made. Notwithstanding thi
came to our communion; a
assist in the distribution
without any apparent hesit
esty and dignity of manne
tion to the communicants,
terwards told meof his sur
for such an office, and of
come forward before suc
duty tor Christ. Many an
will appreciate the severit
humble currier, and the
favor, that he passed it i
and in
In our many conversation
I could not but remark t
above the prevailing politi
ran steadily upon the plan
upon the means of winning
ly spoke of the governme


sion; as one who deeply f
tent reigneth, and who c
fear what man m
After Holy week he went
not see him again until
meantime, however, I saw
en
But as It will require a
my narrative of these wor
pause here.
Corremondence of the
TAMPA, Ma
THN SnIP CANAL-THN IN
LIDS,
The inhabitants of this
village are just now wound
reports given respecting t
canal across the state, by
has recently come in. Pro
ly upon the guides. Dur
village lots have chang
been held during the Wint
Another which, with the b
chaser at $1000, a month
$1,500. The survey for th
all that this speculative
the simple fact that a li
found which proves to be b
The supply of water prom
there is but the slight ele
overcome. The question n
this sandy soil of Florida
surveying expedition which
will clear a road along the
of fifteen feet depth, at
mile. When this work, re
is accomplished, someth
known as to the practical
dertaking; but until then
engineers meanwhile ar
upon the subject, and to g
their opinion in the form
ment at Washington. In a
creet regulation, Capt. G
corps of U. S. Engineers h
communicative in the matt
have him to blame for the
ingopinion among the most
out the state, is, that t
The preparations for a
to excite the cupidity,
the Floridians, according
rests are to be affected
of Tampa is for war, bec
out of it for this place.
officers stationed here th
Legislature, which now ne
the Indians, injudicious
been better to have exte
the state over the India
trusted to the regular ope
the removal of the dang
tribe. In consequence of
the sovereign people of
is anything but


Cunocm ELcvCTIoes.-The fo
ported in addition to those
Church fVthe sAcetim-Wa
eriol De
Vestrymen-Wm. 0. Aspinwal
field. M D.; James A. Edgar, J
W. K. Lothrop
S,. I uk's Gtiurch-Wardens
Wall
Vestrymen-Henry Meigas, Jr
H.lGoP. Francis Pott, H. N. G
Bmuxome. Dan
bH RartholomesnW'et CwrA
ler, .Be
Vestrymen-Geo. Clark. Jaco
Win.. RBushton. Jas.S. Sand
Foiger. Na
S. PetW's CarA.c-Wardens.
Coll
Vestrymen.-Alexander W. Bra
rip Franklin. John regory. N
Brown. William B. Anibl
St. Geore's ChurAck.-Warde
Wins
Vestryscn -Adolphus Lane.
Anstier. Joseph Lawrence. H
Baml. Hopkins,
Tu DzSiiLT DispEasAy.-
on the corner of Second
street, for the Demilt Di
$80,000, was opened on
which occasion was read
por
Within the two years the
$20,298 bad been subscrib
larly gratified at having
distance of able physici
service of three visiting
remove the impression ofte
tutions were nurseries for
ced to practise in. Their
cure for the physicians o
estimation equal to that o
lishments i
The treasurer reported
the year, on account of b
amounted to $21,195. The
following number of vi
v[S
Males.....................
Females...................l.
Adults...................... 51
Males.....................
Whole number attended,
or relieved, 1,782: transfer
60 ; remaining under tre
of visits
Nearly two thirds of the
two of which (cholera and
demically during
They were liable to impo
more than counterbalance
ed by the prevention of c
the case of the small po
by means of vaccination, w
culty in performing, some
secreting the children t
one house where there w
were thus prevented in the
the only one that died.
creasing number of colon
and also the delays in rem
many instances, by the off
commissioners
The following named gen
ages for the e
Frederick E. Mather, Joh
Win. F. Mott, Jr., Oliver
chill, John J. Walker, W
Hyden, Charles Tracy, Ad
William Walker, Jesse W
Giles Babcock, Nathaniel
Win. S. Brown, Henry Da
Green, Norman White,
Alexa
FATAL ArraAY.-It is report


U


though exeeDingily eppre
the state tIs wholly isd
but the die is east; theU l
ter the fourth of May net
between the Seminoles au
Should the Indians antic
blow as they are well abl
more bloodshed and devas
to the settlers in a sin
occurred during the res
Indians simply been mad
the state. Such at least i
a large proportion, if no
ple of
But if the hopes of the
and the consequences of
their town, should be di
one other source of enco
progress of consumption
dy there are more cases of
proportion to the populat
than in the New England
commented upon by property
resort of invalids. That
is remarkably adapted to
omplaints, is beyond dis
compare with it. All tha
dreds of Invalids to the pl
Me-accommodatlons. As it
been a dozen invalids her
who have not found more
recovery in wretched lod
ing. There are but two
where sufficient healthfu
and at these places but tw
received at a time. The g
who flock here are stow
boarded chambers, wretched
still more rude and windy
glass windows, and are lef
without the convenience
lounge, and often without
ing all the while from $
Many in consequence have
their stay here. The peo
by admitting that they are
tions, but declaring they
what they have. The inva
remain of the opinion tha
bitant price for what they
habitants were not too eage
little as possible, the com
would very soon be
There is a fine opening he
families from the North
ers, to come in and mak
time offer every needed c
valid. The place at present
-from New Orleans by sa
John's, by a land journey
posure. Steamboats, and r
will, however, soon overc
in the matter; and then T
public spirit, may become
valid from all p
In my next, I propose t
of the exposures and hard
attempting "to rough it" a
have done, in Florida.
HME DEP
Tun Dvr N THE STRazm--
ances have been borne wi
equanimity during the pas
the streets. It is felt to b
air of Spring should be fr
verized filth, penetration
thousands of dollars worth
foaosting pedestrians. Suc
surely never before encoun
a city. The desert of Saha
way, and at every corner
whirled by the breeze one
himself up in his mantle
ground until the pillar
eyes of the sufferers are
they can scarcely read the
nances to ascertain whether
concerning the sprinkling
every one utters bitter c
know whether the superint
or dead, or what has bec
funct or incapable, where
streets, and what is he d
taken to abate the nuisan
morning paper having cal
district attorney to this s
"Any public officer hav
him by law, who wilfully n
liable to indictment for
ble by fine or imprisenm
696,sec.
Any citizen may make com
before any of the magistra
cess for the arrest of per
offences ; and if such com
it will become my duty to
being returned to me, bef
my duty commences, and
indictment, if ordered, and
caused, there it ncads. Tha
for
It is to hoped that some p
discover what the duties of
department are, and if tho
they appear to be, put the
ness to
If something is not spe
streets, and keep them i
persons who have hitherto
way railroad grant will be
ject, for the reaeon that t
to sweep Broadway from t
Square at an early hour
be a blessing to have at l
in the
Since the above was put
refreshing shower of raI
temporarily laid; but a f
revive t
T "CoMBixan TaouP
There was a large assemble
to hear the second perfo
the Italian artists who
management of Mr. Le
boni appeared as Tormie
Signor Marini as the Don
as Dr. .falftoet. The or
Signor Arditi, and as is
leads, took care to make
singers were or not. Th
been much more agreeable
been slightly subdued. F
ment was so loud as to dro
Alboni, thus depriving t
they most desired to hea
pleasing music of her rol
and was very warmly appl
have often been heard he
the public ear is family
merits. We noticed no im
voice, and Signors Marin
vigorously and powerful
evening La FPaorita wil
opera in which these art
greater advantage t


SPRanGo STYLES AND SPIaN WaA
er, and at GENIN'S will be fou
cial product of the keason-a dr
in style, and adapted to the "
verilisemeDt Is not a telescope,
terpiece of taste and skill ca
the medium of this notice, the
vited to join "all mankind and
visitofinspection to GE
o s0-4] i

GENTLEMEN'S PARIS HATS-J
Canada. eight cases Gents Paris
elected by Mr. Genin,
10-4] GENIN. 214 Bro
SPRING CLOTHING made upin
durable manner, at H. L.
Iu ESTaBLUSMoHeT. 27 C ouT
scription of clothing can be
most favor
A large stock Lof WINTER C
cheap for cast
CAariTiNss.-PETERSON A
way, have just opened, and ar
supply of rich and elegant CA
England. consisiBting of Moqu
from the meet celebrated Fre
Medalion, Velvet and Mosaic
& SOes. England, together with
qualities of Carpetings, fo
mar 2

ANDREW MQUNT
LARGE
O
o
FI.VE WO
AND OTHER GOOD FO
WILMERDING
WILL SE
Friday, 1
1CO PIECES 6.4 FREN
100 PIECES 84 d
30 PIOCB EXTRA SUPR
CLO
100 PIECES BLACK AND C
An invoice of BLACK AN
An Invoice of FREN
t0 PIOES .4 FR
80 PIECES 64 CAS81MEBR
for men
A large invoice of Satins. Te
Black and yancg Cravats
REMOVAL
TO MERCHANTS, MJIL
J. H. HARLEY bhas I moved
JOHN STREET, one door from
nection with his Fall (Fu) busi
Spring Straw Goods. via: Lad
cete; Mens', Boys' and Infant
&c. HBe would invite all who wis
to favor him with a call. as he
be pleased. _______
Harper's and Put
for A
HARRY MUIR-A stor
PUNCH'S PRIZE NOVELISTS-
Travels in Londo
NICK Of THE WOODS; or t
Kentucky,.
THE lHlEt Of RIDOLIfFE-
Go rdia
THE MONA RCHIST-A no
THE Pl&NTER: or Thirtee
Northe
WHITE RED, BLACK-Sketche
the ITnited atres during the v


wiMu OW
HAtnaE'S NOw MOuTLT M
ais a hiltorial sacous
invention of their creed
present day, with aketches
the prairies to Deseret, t
&c., and numerous illui
Clarke concludes in thi
"Notes from the Copper
Browne alse concludes his
in the Island of Juan F
articles are profusely il
and Mr. Abbott's glorifi
part are continued. The
from foreign periodicals
and the several editorial
tained. Among other remi
leon's visit to the United
magazine, we find the fo
may belkve or not
"After having lived a lit
having been thrashed by o
day, an accident which bef
Waterford, but Louis Phi
England, in this good ci
went to New Jersey, where
a funny scrape. A certain
garden of the person with
and began to eat up a par
to dry, fancying that th
ing that he was the son
sallied the prince and sh
Jersey Blue was excited,
ed on the charge of felon
refused any atonement, an
in New Jersey, was arrest
jail. A good-natured la
to be there, paid the cos
Napoleon returned home
than the accretion ofa ce
This is the origin of the
stea
"P. S. A friend at our
Sporting Club, states tha
for a much higher offence-
who laid down on the tuli
dollars fine and seats paid
yet been refunded to th
Hunt's MzcusANTs' MAG
month opens with an import
ufactures of Paris," based
Parisian industry made b
of that city. It shows tha
ent branches of industry
ban-lite of the French ca
less than 407,846 persons
of 1,463,608,350 francs, or
year." Article II. is a le
tenant Maury.,LL.D. ou "Th
of itsWaters." The other
mere of St. Louis, the l
sources, condition and pr
True Merchant," and "Th
very." The last mentioned
Price, of Alabama, who ar
true, speedy, and successful
heat
HousIaKpPiNo MADn EA
York-Stringe
SAn illustrated, revised
this useful manual has be
be a "complete instructi
ery, and domestic econo
readers, however, that the
keeping made easy" is to
with plenty of money. Th
will come
RAPID Rev rSOM BUFFALO
Buffalo last evening at 5 o
at half past 10 o'clock th
with the Buffalo Commerc
train met with an accident
Hornersville,by running ov
with the engine,passed over
was thrown off the track
ed over, and part of the s
passenger was injured, e
was buried beneath one o
slightly
Tna mrPiNo M usDas.-Th
three double eagles were
buried in the yard at the
Arthur Spring boarded at
street murde re. The sa
taken from Mrs.

TRIAL Yoa POST yOSRos
District Court this morni
men, Newton and Rogers,
the post office at 8toneha
one of the prisoners, made
It occupied about halfanh
and showed the possession
which well directed, would
ferent position in the co
now holds. The jury found
ty. A motion was made
new trial, which was not a
fore the adjournment.-Bo
A FriaS broke out this af
story frame dwelling house
field Avenue, owned by
some $1500. They were in
of whom lost t
A fugitive slave, named
his escape from Trenton
from the South came to
sioner James Ewing havin
ground that he had never
the pursuers went to Pa
Dickersen, during which t
Xeivark Advert
IMPORTANT AaUsrT-OSTru
-It will be recollected by
bank was robbed about two
182,000. On Friday last,
ed and brought before hi
son, of this village, on s
Staged with others in the
He was held to bail in the
the May term of the Sup
stances developed on the e
it is thought that the whol
wholesale robbery will co
petrators thereof be brou
Demn
Budness
biraXOL NoncO TO rne LaDni
Tuttle's Emporium. Ne. 145
"Tuttle r imself
fo grateful t
as when he Invented the fam
time, however, Tuttle has Int
titled to greater wonder, and m
ladles. He h'fs jut opened a l
completely furnished with the
the astonishingly low price of f
to see them. N. B--TUTTLE'S
If Attention is called to th,
the Supreme Court, Richmond C
Win. Emerson. Esq, Referee,
Hill Staten Island. known as t
hy B. H LUDLOW, on Monday. Ap
Patten House. near New uore
ab ut 85 scres, situate near t
from Vanderbelts landing. T
healthy, and the prospect uns
It will be told in parcels of fr
make desirable country reside
ness i
Also. S loto at Tompkinsvitle b
on New Y
MapS of the above property ca
auctioneer, No 11 Wall street
GE 'IN'S BAZAAlL-During t
importations of superb SPRIN
Mr GEMIN. have arrived, and
largest and most recherche a
lats. Costumes for Children o
nets. Embroideries. French Sho
been offered at that etlab'i,
found among these new goods th
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Temise Cloths. Bombaz;uea. Ca
indeed their stock is intended t
Goods and apparel which can b
market-the newest and most d
Particular attention is invite
nment. where full .uits of mo
oars' notice. BONNATS.,
e0stanin
BARTHOLOMEW A WEED
between Spring an
mar a3-eod6t nearly opoe
GBIEIsNWIC
261 WE-'T EIGH
Steam
VITRIFIED
Trom Three to Etarteen Iesc,
f'ect L
T HE BEST AND <;HEBIr
AGE and SEWERAGE ever ye
The subacriberis the ax
Steam Presse
In this country, and he offers
terms as the ordinary Drain P
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RICH CURTAI
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BROCADE
BROCeT
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TAI'NSTRIESa
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LACE AND MUS
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Columns, Tab

The Salamand-
8 NOW OFFEIlNG theabev
ticies produced by them are
of
CHOICEST
Very uperiorin their finish
Having obtained
GoLD
for them at the last Fair of
vite the attention ol the pu
SILAS C
WAREROOMS. 818 B
R. F. A J. P. WILLIAMS, the
the manufactur
J. RUSTON, the financial
ment to whom communica
feb 6

UNION INDIA R
WAREHOUSE NO. 1
IKXCLUSIVB MANUACT
P5 YEAR'S
COATS IFtPREM
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CAPM PILLO
OAPS, USHI
LEGGINS. CARRIAGE
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all citiiate..
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Private Dwellings,
boats, b
FIVHER BEDS, together
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thorovbsh trial, as the best a
ws many and ereat advantage
toned the fo
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always :--are proofamaint all
era as well as relievers of
far more cleanly than any o
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odo
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Pacific Ocean. beartgi clos p
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with the Fetin
t1 he Trade general supp
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temen, who have used ad
George I chu hler. Me
J. Green Pears n, eq.
Elihu Townsend. Ese.
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J. W. Brad
Capt. Joe. J. Cometoc, Com
Capt. Banard
Capt. Bolliter. of Buf
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ive and magnlceni at
FURNITURE. of isl own manufa
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THE OFFICE NO. 6 WALL
the Merantile Mutual Insu
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New Spring
HITOHOOOK A
817 SAOnwvAT. cos
Have In store ard are dt
NEW SPRING AN
of the latest Puais
MOST ELEGANT TEXT
Including all kinds and qu
LAINI. BAREGES.and ever
Suitable for a
Together with a
FAMILY. O HO
asalkindsef Linens, Damaka.
Towelin
MOURNING GOODS
GENTLEMEN'S CORAVA
UnderBShilrt, Dr
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BLOODGOOD
Flushin
STHE PROPRJET of th
hSERT offer for sale.ithe
thby bave ever cultlvaed.
Of FRUIt AND ORNAMENT
GRAPE VINE. RAFPBERRIH
EBIN G SHRUBS. HBED
The stock of ORNAMENTAL
gery large, and ihe Tress of t
Orders scat to KING A RIPL
44 Pearl street, New York wh
gratis. will receive immediate
with greatcae. KIND

IVpubtic j4ir
InhusMrance Bufdlnag cor o
OMees O10 and 11
THI COMPANY having their
incaah, and securely inve
aainot lose and damage
The charter f this Company p
terest to the stocktlolder, at t
four fifths of the remaining pr
aeured In soip bearing interest
able In cash whenever the ac
shel amouentto
TRUS
Samu"l Howland. James Wan
Stephen Whitney. Arthu
Dante B. Fearing, Mort'r W.
Wm. H. Russell. Den log
hug.C ODowning. Jif ftein .
Gtasawar B. Lamar. Rabet
George W RIgas. Ruben Wit
Wm. h uer tuncan.,dward 0
Charle H. Russel, Joi
Isaa. Townsend. J Iosepti
John A. Stevens.
ROBERT S.PHO
Dtuncl a. CMv, Secreta
The Mtagneti
NEW-YORK OFFICEOB, OOR
TEB STREETS AND No. 9
beloW Ful
TUHE MAGNETIC TLEGRA
purpose of the farther a
keep pace with the rapidly
and enable their agent to d
promptitude meonages tha
Storxp eitr for consrun
ed and Inactive opereaton,
Poles and Telegraphbc Wire
to the City of WASHINGTO
withAeWone from N O
ftrentwreet t-om Pha*&delh
INGTON. by the other line a
are two wires the whole dita
tions at Wlbnln ton. Trento
Newark. Jerey %ity. Ha
New
With 1 VEN WIRES. as as
prompt delivery. thi ompany
avail themselve of the use and
of communicating with per
tant cities. an extent of m
as other tie
TELiERAPHING, but recent
a systematic and reliable med
of hundreds of thousands of
through It
PRICOS-For the transmison
sive of date) address and r
made) the prices arefr

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N. L. & GEOR
NON. 71 AND 7I
BOLE A GZTS PORT
BTAXP.DARJ
)FFER FOR .SALi at very
above superior CANVaSS, Nod,
w I de-l or inch selvage. Wa
manufacture to
Alsa. SHIP DUCK, of the
RICH'b SAFES
ILOER'S .PATENtr
WITH IOH'S MPOV
RoDWay, Mrss
ISAAC BBIDGE. Esq
Dear Sir-We send you one of
the fire in our town on the 2
increased heat of a lare fram
surrounded b aquanmyof bau
and many other combustible
the heat it sust dued. The pa
ed. We therefore do heretbli cer
Safes we have seen. Aln otr
ed.worldese. as can now
Youa rtpeotfully,

CR~iirol a
Messrs, BritinAs : MaVm.
Gentlemen; On the nigbt of t
onsisting of oi's, candies,
packing; a sO a very great q
was cosumed by fire. Your S
In the hottest part of the fire
lnthemoet perfect conoition.
me t, at dark and the box of
Is our custom, put Into the Sa
cue thing, to leave about. T
all of my who'e stock that had
Unfortunately for me. vou ha
nes o your Salamnuderm., to t
one who witnessed the d
Yours
Merchants and others inter
books and papers from fire. are
atthe storeof the undreigoe
tificates. similar to the above
years. No book. peper or docu
er been injured byflre in oneof
of Fafes on hand at the Depot
factory, corner of Avenue A
$TEARNS
Successors t
The only makers In the U. st
mandrr &afee, with Rcb' Ic
Dress Goods, Eb
Glo
L EH BOlUTILLIER BRlOTH
of their 1.1W GOODS. which
great care for t
SILKS. beth plain anui Sered
SILK, of dee
PRINTS ia ev
ERBBONS at
EMBROIDERIES of all kinds,
at much below
ALBO. JUST
A large assortment of very
and others of the excellent m
latter of which they are Tu
mar r1 00 Canal st

SPRLIYGf Ia*P
For Men

WILSON G.
No.. SO and 83
MFOB'U ItRS ANO W I
CLOTHIER'
mAVn NOW IN 8T9es. 0s tI
(^ HRlAN, FRENCH AND
every
RAP D'ETF.8, QUEEN
Mixe and cinded WORSBE
CASHMERETTS, CASHMERE
BLAT LINENS, Yellow n
FRENCH and BARN8
White Buffand Faset Fl. u
GRaSS CLOTHS. PONGEIR.
ATINI SElRER, VELVET
TRI-.COLOR
ALSO-Always in store a l
Cloths, Casuine
MI. W. KING
P.TE.ST C(H~
466. BD
DIVOT REVOLVIaG ut
g VOLVIN.. CHAIRS.8EL
CUBENT CHAIRS. De.tist Oha
Chairs. Branch Reading and W
ty of Mechanical Cbairs ti
ED Also, by permission. in)
IU. S. A.)Travell