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

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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 )

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

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FRANCIS &


PUBLIC

w na S. raPn
By UM. He FH&
Orytom No. S
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FRIDAY.
At 11 O'eIrek, a the
Mount Vernon-4 lots of ground
on. a the railroad dsot on t
She village a No bounded
Weterly by lot 1I, northerly
ot No-. containing lala in front
AT PRIVA
Splendid Onsatry Seat In Wrc
Irsd. and two mles from Hlarm
n bare on their SIt of Property
hi the country that Is to be
busInes in tYmk beingonly
the Harlem ersand theer
Sbe met with. perfecatly dry t
*rncerty adjl oins thepremso
npprcarbed hr a splendli ave
2se read 1atog to iunt's
= n. andcomprIses Il ael
verwhislek Includes 4 acro
tUos n a ns rsased. always wa

~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 1 ^ T^ S '.iS*
There sarsn tlo premims a fS
5eeloVh tneeore varieties
kutlvl ic pond has recently
Droperty is enclosed with new
owner of this pr,)pertb. has
bride. which rl htL WL e b
estyIn thm e B.ahberhoed I o
reoeeabe cllltsee" Anylfurtb

ADRiAn R. MUL.
iBk ADRIAN I4.
Ornom No. 2 MirraUOO
Pine street cor
V
A. H M. A CO, will give their
]eal eIslate. Vessels. Stocks a
hangs. Loans negotatd
ADRIAN B.
PHI LIP R
WBDNESDAT
lAt I o'clock, at th
FeroptorI sale of IV7 verych
2e0=villagias of onkera.Wes
of ithe dson River, within 10
ofNewYorkperHudson lter
Inutines' walk of the depot
1]fl let of land eiltuatesd In th
of Tonkers. within fle mint'
pcn Myver Rail Road depot and
Vta vene, HRdeos. 0rionell
a.Watlnaiuon and Prospect
eWtolh property Is ronveon
e Ralilrad ltation and stea
It commands beautiful and ez
the proximity of this property
untes travel by rallroaJ. a
bThWe athhlni esof thesltuai
inue soeLIru by wnch Ide is h
aiLborhood. being is the vofth
in seats and houses In the o
cals. academnies churches. ht
hrFa choice Iocation fbr a get
orfor atihans: and its steady
Vree desirable a
Trms-Ten percent of the p
How'e fees onday of aale
July Dext -the balance can
tuL I. or three years. at the
iOWrntnlerest. Lithographic
ftheaenalopieer. The ltlei to
Will be conveyed by full er.ve
against an saznes Far farther p
1 emnry Nicoll, Beq, No 7 N
AT PRIVA
Sl to00 acre of land Imed
gao be divided Ilto10 or 3n vil
ind 4coDmaldJi; fine v'irwso
W. Te ralrload pasies throws
I fne famis and country seau
IUdIni minutes walk
A V ite at Fordhm
S lots onthe 9th avenue, co
roadiwayu and hureh at: the P
s at, near
A satorybrick home on Wa
Slot on 2th st, between
11 lots on the corner o
ilots on sldst between
SIots on 80th 6i running thr
th av
6 loin on 81st st, betw
i Valuable property en State a
BY HOMB
Omni No.
__ STOas
IOIMTR MORGAN will s Irve h
Of Household Furniture. and ou
ales of Real Eltaso. of SL
a- WEDN
At HIo'clcek at the
Exerutor's Sale of Parm at
valuable farm beloonsli. to th
linen, ontaloilng abeuti slore
farmis sItuated on the lle Yo
14 miles north of the rgillroai
JoinIng the estate of lhs Hon
Lout ISr aers of the above la
"e. and runs to and ,'ludrs
on the eatL side of the turnpik
obuldingseLea. The western or
Il, and has several saperlors
mountain views and the Catsk
Thereins pop the premise. a
good and substanil dwellini
and superior barn aod other
ase has bee occupnled by the l
and is now ordered for sa
JANii 11 MIL.
BY JAM M.

JAMES K. MILLER wfll give hi
,at Real Estate at the Merecna
household Furniture at n
WEDNESDAY
At 1 o'clock, P. IL, at the resi
Auburn
Short Horned Cattle-Thirty h
ed cattle: about twenty of the
cainder young bulls. Nearly e
Sthe imported bull Yorkshire
bred by late Thomas Bates, E
ort edEarl o beaham and Wan
ftephenso
Also. Southdown =
IAURDAY.
At t 'clck. at the hotel of
tew Xoehlle--l desirable bu
hWbiteplato road, Garden antd
ine of the New Hav
Lots 60 feet front
Also, a dwelling house and
The above property is beautif
view of Long Island Bound
A large portion of the purch
and mor e
TUESDAY.
At 1 o'elock. at th
To close a Trust -NInel lots
Brooklyn, between Smith and
from Smith street, each lot Is I
ilock in depth, between Presid
fplteCrrol Park. on Presid
lparticelra inquire at thea

WEDNESDAY
At 14 o'clock, at the Pri
Under the direction of the She
y lots of land In Morrislan
ase of Melrose South. as Nos.
St77o 990, l61 to ". situated
field and e Ihuvier stress. M
or paril uiars. enquir
L._ FRIDAY
'i"Under the direct.n of Pl
and lot k nt.wn as No 7 STran
'feet front aWd
".ekhouse and lot known
br full particulars. see
ALBERi T H. Oo
BY Al40WA" T
0yvloa 40 WILLo s*T
A. H. N. will give his personal
ftate. Ships and Stocka, at th
isles of Furniture, at the res
I eehandlee. A reagter b kep
tate, Stoclk. &c. at private sa
n8ey on Bond and
WEDNESDAY
At 3 o'cbook. P. M
Melvlns, Wililamsbura, Itfie
-ld village of Melvina. twenty-
the Newton and Flushing plank
ter miles of the Peck clip ferr
every fifteen minutes. and rua
*34 cents. Fifty per coot, ca
for four years, at sever per cen
-cash. Title indhsputable and
contain a nui
a Should It rain on Wednesday.
place until the first fa
For lithographic mace and bills
at S. Smith, Req., on the pre
THUSIaAY.,
At 12 o'clock, at th
Bergen Point Property-Grea
choicee bulldtng lota and villa a
lage of Bergen Point, opposite
the same distance from the Bat
mBles from the c
Thee lOt are se by 100 feet. an
Jy) of four lota each. Theb are
ingthe Kills, and on the Plank
to Bergen Point, and having a
harbor, and surrounding coun
sell property in this place.
citi
Sixty percent, can remala on
years at 8 per cent or S p
TliIeis indisputabl
For lithographic book maps an
.uire of the Auctio
FRIDAY
At 12 O'clock at the
Yonkers-Peremptory saleofa
and Lot, situated on the south
the Methodist Church, Yonkers
* 5& illed in, contains seven
blinds, placsm. Atc., imin god
utes walk of the depot. oermS
particolars apply
Joas L. vAannw
BY JOHN L. VAND


NEW-


AUOrIONEERS A COMM
BAL RBcOM 14 WAJ.
Will give their personal attenti
Household Furnihure. at the r
husekeeping. Aleo, the sale o
Furniture, Paintings, &c. Li
Liberal adac
WEDNESDAY
B At 104 o'clock at th
SHandsome new Furniture-A
niture, oesmprising the stock
blusineSs the whole to be sol
*art cf rosewood suites. cove
plu hhalrdlo'h, Ac; rosewood
grtswood secretaries. sof
Bedroom Furniture- Mahoany
reaus washatands. French pla
seo palia
Dining Room-Mahogany, waln
xtendLtg from 14 to 16 feet, bo
FRIlDAY.
At 109 0 clock at the sa
Splendid sale of Diamonds, B
rating in part of scarfs and b
ringsin cluster and single ston
ametLyst. rubies and pearls;
rings diamonds, single stones a
assortment of other stones, sapp
tached lever and lep'ne watch
sortment rarely to beme, with ;
sortwentof other jewelry. Ever
The goods will be on exhibition
vlouas
TUESD tY,
At 1034 o'clock at the
Large and special sale of Wlne
sing the stock of a gentleman
art o( Brandies. Cognac. Dupy
W1es. Madeira. Sherry, Port. C
T3e whole to be so
WEDNESDAY
At 104 o'clock at the
tarse and superb crlleetion o
from Paris and Italy, boing sel
by the present tva er--to be
of the paintinge and artirtos
THURSDAYJune
At 101 o'clock at the corne
Special sale of Furniture-Th
Zql. consisting of the entire
manufacturer, every ltt of which
In part of rosewecd, mahogany
ed in brocatelle, plush and h
liler, centre and sofa tables;
ward robes. bureaus, wushsta
teads. extension tables, To
has been manufactured expressly
fully depended upon in every p
workmanship. Every lot to be
highest bidder
AIDRow MouNT
BY WILMI ID
Sfrost No. 6
THURSDAY
At 11 o'clock, at
I Pire Crakerls-9s boxes extr
'arri
oatalogues and samples
At IN o'clock at th
143 Bonds of L000 eachof
MANUFACTURE
,74 ,Sharesio the Capilal Sto
ALS
17Bonds Of t100 each.
+14G C
1,178 Shares of the sam
for prularta ee a
JOHN i& AOOU
BY DAVID A
SToMs Coa. Xx eAa
,T ,)AT
At 10 o'lokt th
Oarpetiag-A genual as osne r
e-oimmon Inrain an
AIlM, under theinspection 01 t
count of theandorwrltera. dam
tion, 61 pleces I8,i.4 and 4-4
,Hnallty. _
bEal T HAYPOt~
By RtOBERT
Soa No. 3 W
WEDNESDAY
At 10 o'clock, at
Package Sale-For approved e
-15 packages Foreign
Ungalogues and samples
TUESDAY.
At 10 o'clock at
Earthen and Glass Ware-8m
lxg a fuil assortment from t
L Also. 85 crates Ea
Also, aninvoice fine French
Catalogues will be ready, an
lbug or
AT PRIVA
Piece black casimeres of suen


COMMERCIAL


IALL, PROPRIETORS. NEW YORKI MONDAY AFTEROO,


PUBLIC


AsTo01rsj. LEIJ
BY ANTHONY
Or=os No. 7 Ila
WEDNESDA
At 13o'clock. at the
Exe"tors' Sale of Stocks. vi
tmtOfNMew Yorkstockof186Lnt
8 per
18,O0 dollars of the stock of
per c
11i9saresof Knickerbocker
S0 do of the stock of the P
THURSDAY
At 10 o'clock. at th
Thefesiownkoproonert. kno
John Lawrence, deceas
if Avenue A-r. lots, fmog t
019 eastamdof AvenUe A.
-tn5th and16thstreets-Also
four of the same fronting on 78
n4 Alo.- gore lots oppo
on the south aide of t
On Avenue A and 76th street
thenorthmaseoraerof Avenue
frontiagon the vavnue
This property lies in one parcel
gards sell, grads, Ao. The title
terms of e wl be libra
Jersey City Property-4 lots a
Bay street, between Pr
Al so. 8 desirable lots on the n
near the north-west corner
Maps can be hadatie auction
week before
FRIDAY.
At 12 o'clock, at the
Property on State street Broo
situated on the sotherly side
andNiven s street. In the cit
feet from Power street--said l
and rear by F8 feet In depth. T
provingleialhborhood, and o
wsetng a flnne ulding lot In a
Broo
tForfurther particulars apply
WEDNESDAY
S At 12 o'clote. att
Splendid Building sites-0 Acr
R Plde.Flusim. a .oIsla
sol n--eplsotfo about1acress
Iei te vicigityof many legl
Bit Is'nnrvld for its nat
an oxtMneiveand dellightfulvi
roundletn country, .md. admial
able tor handsome Vl
For Maps describing theaho
more full particulars, apply to
MONay H. L BE
BY HENRY H.
Sam Room No.8 WALz
HENRY LEEDS will give his er
Real BEtate, Stocks, o,. at the
sales of Household Furnlture, a
which are repec
NOTIOB-We beg leave to no
not now, and never have had
any other auction house in this
eng, as heretsftore, at No.
TUESDAY,
At 11 o'clock, at the Stuyvema
near Bon
Superb collection of Oil Paint
by Itgnor B& Roti Corel, the
beautiful ispecimens of the wor
Liege. Hemakirk. Both and Bod
mdor ll.lo Pani.Re olsaosd
raine. Oarlo Maratt. Vetchero a
AppianL. Vernet, Ao. This beaut
ed from Th.ra., JuneM. tt
go .1.Jnea U04
AIMo, abolt 1X old oil paintin
to be re
TUESDAY AND WEDNES
At 10 o'clock. at the sal
Signor 0. B. Pandolfni's first
statuary and alabss'er figuer
Statuary. vi :--1 group Love
eres copy lrom the antquile u
ratiote: Franklin, full figure,
by Delmadico; the Angel of Ju
pdw Fth Do, b franklin; TwDan
y d Shepherd with a Lamb. bra
nova, by Lormb the Prser, a
Iasis. copy from the antque;
two Cuoplos. representing stu
busts. The above statues are f
sitely carved and fAl iih
Alabaster and Statmary-Coons
Girls after Oanova: 4 do. of Th
Bebe ofanova; Flemish Merc
Moses in the Buirusnes; Love
Venus from the Bath; groups
Italian Poets; Cleopatra and a
figure
SVases-A splendid amortment
Siennoa, verde antique. Etrus
Roman Vases, from 1 foot to 8
arlora ichet drawing-rooms. t
or lights; Pompeiiand Hercul
and grapes, solid; Warwick vas
patterns and styles. Lions on
maxilamp Florentne mosaie t
saic watch oases: candlestick-
dogs, birds'
The above oods have been sel
dolfinl. just arrived from It
assortment that has been i
which the public are Invited
at saleeroom. No
Artlitic trerres of almost ev
glatutmits. isctLstands jtwr
and ricoh ermulu ricele. wm
broiZo had crmulu snu marul
ranted genuine. in every varie
The attention of the public is e
being the iargtst and richest
this
Also. on Wedosday, at 12 o'cl
of Christ. In solid Ivory. .X f
Gtenoa, and brought to this co
It will be pessitlvely Sold wit
by connolieurnato be the finest
Istence. It represents the ago
companion piee ot the Death w
for over *$1000. It can be seen
'The attent on of thepublic Is
as bsefng the largest and riches
this mark
Also, 8 superbNiapo tables
Just receive
Also. the celebrated crucifix,
solid ivory bya monk. To
Also 1 earved rosewood cheva
Also,pler and oval Fsnp
The attention of the public is
It being the largest anu riche
this m
WEDNESDAY
At 10% o'clock: at
Household Furnlture-Conslet
Wilton and Brussels carpets, m
ered in hair cloth mantel or
centre table, sideboard, dam
and itess. c(i loths, bedroo
bedstetdi, bedding chairs. ingr
glasses, curtalnf, and o
Also, kitchen furniture; with
At 18 o'clock at the
60 shares Cannel Coal Comp
Presi
70 shares of the Phenix Gold
now in successful operation-Ja
may be seen at our
THURSDAY
At 1034 o'clock at No 7 East 1
Superb Househould Furnitu
valuable assortment, the pro
or Europe, made by Baa.oui
sir, all of the highest order
having been purchased express
owner, vii :--nnptrb parlor ount
and sewing chairs; medallion
tin brocade of the most cost ly
dow curtain to'match: suber
pierandmantelsglases ; do ch
aethan arm and sewing chart
aatln elegant roewood pian
made by Bubois Warrlner-cost
gothic rorewood etegere lined
larse Ftrench vres vasles cost
Ueta ; lales rosewood secret
Tl ve ; real Mnen broe z
Middle Parlor uite In ro.ewo
ed medalion worsted; couchea&c
table: statuary, marble top;
frames groups: illustrated boo
nlt
Dminig Room- Royal Wilton ca
tension dining table: arm and
milk velvet, made by King ri
silk window curtains and lace
cover, with gimp trimming: c
0o: rosewood scroll table: sof
by Dubois.Stoddard & CO: abo
stings by Rossiter, Louis. Ra
Vanderneer, Cooper, of London
gank, Oreighofr and other gre
ware, &c; a superb rosewood h
amelled rods,
Bedroom-Brusiseisa carpets,
rcoweood bedstead anmour-a.gli
dressla g bureau, cabinet. &c.
ine, without regard to cost, l
rosewood chairs, covered wi
crimson p1ush: lady's secretary
do cabinet and bedstead to mat
wood: rosewood side table: do
hair of best quality: feather be
tion oak: mahogany couches: r
do, cottage uits, beds and be
kitchen ware. Ac. The above
ined the day before the sale o
will be fou ad one of the richest
In perfe
At 11 o'clock. In the Gallery
A very rare collection of ori
old and modern masters, having
of a Virtuoso of Europe, amon
of Huysdaal, Bobbema. Bern
Leyden. Van Drielst J. Cat, V
Vanilender. Van Os, and other
Europe, and a similar collectio
at public auction In the Unit
for exhibition, with descriptiv

WALUia P5LL.
BY PELL
Sinai 109 P .nL t
TUESDAY.
At I o'clock, at the
London Market Honduras M
H. 0. Alden. consisting oft14
Honduras mahogany, part very
Termi-4months over t$10,
Catalogue
WEDNESDAY
At 8 o'clock, at th
SouthSide St.Domingo Mah
cargo of the Brittsh brig Adsa
consisting of 1340 crotches.
11 loge s
lso 01 logs Cuba ma
Also 160 crotch
Terma-4 months, over *100
Oataloge
THURSDAY
At 8 o'clock on iotis 701 aad 7
Italian Marble-The entire c
disoharaing, from Leghorn. cene
ordinary and vein


Also. 19 blocks ste tary Itali
unusually large
Terms-0 months, over 100
talogues day
Also. immediately after, on lo
blocks ordinary and statuary I
commrbing blocks of very fin
Also. 1-09 white Italia
Also. 5i0 American b
At 8 o'clock, at th
Rio Rosewood-29g logs Janeiro
Just l
Also 3 uloge large and
Terms-4 moB over ali* ap
logues
FRIDAY,
At 8 o'clock at leot
St. Domingo Mahogany-The c
Gonaives, consistingmu of 769 lo
gany. part f
Terms-4 months, over 4100 a
talogues a
W. FOSTBaR
BY K. .. d C
________SToau N41
TUESDAY,
At 10 o'clock, at
French Go od-On 6 mouths r
sale French Goods, received
g a desirable assortment. ad
Also 0 pieceshigh lusLred bla
Also an invoice of richly
Atso 900 pieces English bonnet
leaf shade. and of very super
the A
Also 20 pieces Frenc
t0 pes super beriges, new and
out re
Also, 10 cases rich ailk para
sortmeit of satin ture, brocate
ged. rich embroidered and bor
ered, black and green sotm t
handles and tipped, riched wat
bordered etc., all o
The parasols will be sold in la
thy the attent
Uatalogues ann samples
1, tCURTL s 1&
STOIA No.1 2
WEDNESDAY
At 10 o'clock, at
By Catalogue-por Caoh-fore
Fancy Dry Goods-A general as
In lots to suit city an
Oatalogues on th
SATURDAY
At 10 o'clock, at
By Oatalogue-For Oash-Fore
Fancy Dry Gtoode-A general a
In lots to suit city and
Oatalogues on m
BY io. ML H
ftOBa No. 111 Pal 5
TUESDAY.
At 11 o'clock, In
Damaged Teas-O-100 pa
Rio Coffee--S0 bags tlo
Hinger-60 cans
WEDNESiOA
At 13 o'clock, in
u$gar-100 hhd
Teas -260 half chests gr
*Oatalogues and samp
FRIDAY.
At 11 o'clock, in
Prunes--0O oases Bordeaux pr
and fancy glass boxes; iu ms i
-imported by M
Cas logues and sample
WI. DUnMO5.
BY DUIIMONT
Orstica 11 WALL
FURNITURE SALES-D. A I. w
tention to sales at auction of
the owners. Also, Stocks Ship
cured, and loaned o
WThe subscriber begs to in
anued the Auction business to
lstate,by t nvate contract, mi
soLcits the continuance of th
liberally t-e~lowed Roca him.


paintings, in rich gilt fames,
nom artists of the French Eng
viz; marines, landscapes, heads
cattle p
Also. fine portraits of the ch
game pieces, still life, tegetho
grave
MONDAY,
At 101 o'clock at the dwelling
st, near
Elegant Household Furniture
Eq, made expressly to order, w
in
Parlor Furnlitu'e--oyal wilt
mantle glass. elaborately ca
wood furniture,'oovereO in maro
vans: arm chairs; fauteuil an
oak sewing chairs:; superb rese
and back: elegant rosewood nar
gold brocatelle, made to order
tete-a-tetei; divans; arm chai
tolid carved rosewood centre
do; elegant rosewood 7 octav
cester; piano stool and cover;
c;:c.-i i, -ifclt. i*,'t r iiaa -
f.. I- tL: *:.'- ."..., l -,J n.rt
ues: caupes to match;brooze f
Bayaro; bronze and ormolu vas
china vases: parian figures; Pa
playing 6
Black walnut library chairs:
arm chairs and lounges in silk
Brussels carpets, elegant extra
carcel l
Dining li oom-Brussels carers
tension dining table: do marble
arm chairs, and lounging cha
work table, writing Oeie; readi
marble slab and brackets: la
mantel vases: bronze candela
Angel, Ac,: bronze figure an
istt: breakfast do; silver sea an
glish cut g
Dressing Rocmas--Brusseis ca
walnut and rosewood Gothic an
top dresi'tg bureaus: do wash
and Maltese chairs: armlcrhairs
gant carved oak arm chairs
andi centre tables: lace woi
chairelnbrocatelle:do arm chair
aoL. ti t.ll cbhair atd i. -
r..l0 F lslu..'.l t r.lt I
Also. aromplete l,-.. ,-
nearly new, with wii. i
Ala-. riN Aclknc.On 1 L -.,
rolar.ofl etich sillb i --.
BY JOSEPH W.
Sycas 35 WLIAtM ST.
TUESDAY.
French and American Glass
nctes at 8 mo
67 cases French glassware, a
489 casks and boxes Pittsburg
biers, bowls, goblets.
100 packages American glass
sort
Also. for account of underwrite
tificial flowers, fancy article
importa
Catalogues are ready, and sa
on the morn
AT PRIVA
Satinets-Of different quali
low priced. In black and
S1 eep's Grey Cloths-Steel m
oassi
Broasd Cloths-Bl
Oassimeres-Superlative,piece
fin
Flaunels-Scallet.
Negro Cloths and Kerseys-In
ved manu
Bleached Shirting and Sheetin
ty of style
Drillt--Blteac
Nankeen--Plain and twille
Also. 64 ticking. 4-4 h
Printing Cloths-A
A. I. T Josn
BY HAGGUKBTY.
&oanM 54 WILtAs
A. 0. K1131 AOT
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A. BARTLETT... No. 18i Water
Mahogany an
B.K O. W. HOUGHTON, (all fan
HAWES A GRAHAM. Inmporters
Marbleized I
FREUND & CO................
SALAMANDER MARBLE 00....
Muilcal Instrume
BRUNO & CARGILL, (Imp. and
ROHE A LEAVITT. (Importers
Machinery and
SOHENCK'S MACHINERY DEPOT
LEONARD'S, (Machinists' Tools)
Needle. Flish-hooks, Line
Plated Spoons and
J. A T. WARRIN. (Manutand Imp
Paints.
RAYNOLDS & DEVOE...........
Paints, Drugs and
D. SARFATY...................
Paper Boxes (
A. LAGRAV...................
WM. IL. LEWIS. (Hat and Band
Paper Wa
CYRUS W. FIELD A CO. (Wholesale
J. 0. ELY, (superior quality of
Paper Hangings an
WM. HINTON. (ManufacturerJ..
Paper Ma
RENSHAW & HILL, (Manufacture
Piano Forte M
NUNNS A CLARK..............
GROW A CHRISTOPHER ...... C
Plated Ware. Ta
WINDLE& CO.................
Perfumery and
A. At J. RAMSEY (Manaf. and
Real Matate and
BRONSON, KNAPP & CO........
RIbbons and Mi
L. &A.UNDERHILL. (Jobbere)
Rodn
B. F. POND A HITOHOOCK,(mo
Silver Ware.iWat
James Cocks, jr..............
Spectacles, (M
IDW. FRANKS. (Spectacles a
Salamand
STEARNS A MARVIN,(Wilder'P
SILAS HERRING, (do.)
Shirt Man
A. T. A W. UNDERHILL, (TroyCo
@hip Bread a
MASON. BALL A 00. (Novelty Ba
ERASTUS TITUS..............
Stationery and
0. F. NESBIT & 00C., (Tontin
W. E. AJ. lIBELL, (Manufacture
Patent Ela
P.B ATaES, (Manuacturers,)....
Type Founders' and
CORTELYOU A GIFFING.......
Teacher of
G. VALE, (Publiaher of liberal
Toys and F
ALTHOF A AHLBORN. Import er
Umbrella. Parasols
John L SMITH, (Imp. and Manu
Watches, Jewelr
FREDERICK LOCKWOOD, (dilve
J. Y. SAVAGE. (Gold Pens,)...
Windnw Flrmr .Doo


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OrmaSury. P
Clharlston, 8 l .-Arr 1st lotin
fue
Arr 2d, ships Micmnc, (Br)
Catharine, ttzr,. NYork ; ba
brigs Monte Christo, Wass, L
PhiladelphbIa: yal Southwick,
Smith,
Cid Id, brig 11henix. (Ewe.)
dice,
Old tat int-t chr D. B
bet. Marks-Arr 2Id nit. sch
Orl
V limniniton, iMC -Arr2d il
NYo
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S i .1 L i ,, A -rora Gtrdine
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COld 4th, big lleal Bo
CId 2d. schr Manha
Noirfolk-Arrt i2d Inst. schis
ing. rh
b id 2a. brig T. F, Kn
Alexandila-Arr 3d inst. ech
lN York; MC. Dlui
Ar 4tllh, chrs Joiephine, (Br
Smith. Crowell. FRiver:
kid 4th; ,chr harah
ild 1d. ecitr Black iquali, H
N York: schrs Beauty, Chambe
Norw
lBoaltimore-Arr 4th inst. ste
New York; brigs Arcadi-n,lHuff
bchr M. on B, Dav
Arr Id. schr Iicaner. HB
Old 4th schr F. F. Rando
Old 8d. schrs Cassius, 'Turner
berts, Char eetcn: Wood
Phbliadelpbela-Arr 4th ilst,
Collins. havi nnah :; brig Mary
chbrs E. Bray, Biay, do: Chero
Gibbs, Gitlb. N Bed orad; Flo
Norris. oaton;: Malabar, Cottr
freylProvldence; B. B. iUarp
nebeck, Cla
Arr d, ship Sea Lion, Hall.
man Calais, Me.: Shamrock, S
Provi dence; Alexander. Bal
Obace. B
Cld4th. stesamship Osprey.
Gem Mayo Boston; rbchrs B r
do: J. Learning. Gdfrey.lan
B Et Sharp, Sharp, Danvers; s
thews,
Old id, steamer John Marsha
Mazeppe. Flaber Bavana: scbr
Ieuji.Bomers. Portsmouth; Mary
land. Ieston; J. Lancaster. Ro
and Juliaoa..aiardntg. Boston;
1i. Potts, M
Provioienee-Arr 8d inLst. ch
lo pe, Kennebunk: sloops Sylp
Shode island,
Old 8d mint. Br schr S
1Bid d inst. sochrs Lydia Gibb
delpbha; iEmpire, Albany. R
Dao ton. Ph
Saui River-Arr ad Inst. c
nebua
Passed up, sacbr Jacob Smith
Taun
id 2d inst. schrs Enoeh Fre
Lind
bew Bedford-Arr Id Inst.
Sarah,
hannueket-bSid lt last. sc
Tanauia,
loston--Arr 4th inst.l ship Str
Wmn aison. Vaughan. London
brig Neptune, Upton, Cienfuego
Picton: Mary Slater, Lake. Pa
tooU: INelson. Welte. iPictou;
Water n itch, Sordan, Jacksonv
sonville; Osceola, Wright, Bal
deiphia: Canton Crowell. Ph
Philadelphla eochrs Amelia, H
Jacksmnvile; Sarah w Edizabe
oncksburs; Saran N S
Arr bth inst. (by telegraph)
erp
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Arr Wd ist. ship Jeshua Mau
barque hidi hl Bouden, St.
Mclonald. Pictou; bri5 Mary S


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PUBLIC

BRUCE A. OwILT
BY COLE &
Oryvx No. 1 Nassa
Thesableorlbers will givetheir
of RealEsate.Vessela. Stocks
change. A Register kept for
private sale. Loans neg
JAMES
BRUCE A.
WEDNESDAY
At 13 o'clock, at the
Reforee'sasale of real estate
under the direction of A.
No B Hudson street-One sto
the West ide of Hudson st. be
Alqo-The three story brick ho
the south west corner
No. 657 Washington street-T
ontheueast sideof Washington
and Am
For further particulars, apply
Pest A Nichols, Attorneys. No.
of toe auctioneers No.18 Nas
may b
th street-4 lots of ground,
and 100 ftS89 Insindeptohn t
tween 4th and Sth avenues, dit
These lots are beautiful loca
of the
For maps and particulars app
tioneers., No. 18 N
MONDAY
At 12 o'eloc at the
Peremptory Sale of East Will
ground, sox00 feet, together
iog house on Forest av-nu. 2
pike. Stages f6om Grand street
this property. For maps and pa
of the auctioneer No. 18
IS. n. LUDLOW
BY B. H
No. 11 WALL
Real Estate at ubl
Loans on Real E
TUESDAY.
At13o'cloek at the
Supreme Court-Under the dir
Christopher st-I lot on the N.
4 Ins., W, of Greenwich ave
Gamines, J
Supreme Court-Under the dire
4th avenue-4 lots on the aou
and 182d
132d sireest-10 lets on the souO
avenue, Reynold
WEDNESDAY
At 1l o'clock on board
By order of the United State
Jackstn. her tackle,
The above vessel lies about
Dock, B
FRIDAY,
At 12 o'clock, at th
Snparme Court-Under the dir
16th street-8 lots on N. side o
-each S6x92 ft. D.E
Supreme Court-Under the dire
9th street-Lot on 9th street
See legal advertisement in th
A Southmayd
JAmES eoIL.
BY JAMES C
OFFICE 43 FULTON osT.,
J.,O. S. will give their pers
Estate, Stocks. Furniture, &c
Loans Negotiated on
TUESDAY.
S At 12 o'clock, at the
FIatbosh property-80 section
Plank road to Coney Island. T
a short distance N from the Pl
each section has a front of ove
Maps are now ready at the office
street, Brooklyn. Tem=-60 pe
If de
Wlllamsburgh Property, n
5 houses and loteoa fecoad st
street. These houses are built
manner: have maetioftoons, a
Is a store. Each contains 11 i
ments; rent for ab
Also. North Eighth street-A
lIde, between First and Second
street. The house is two stor
on the rear of the lot;: rent
28x104 Terms-It per cent. on
THURSDAY
At 12 o'clock at the
Country seat at Ravenswood
near the first landing being
through to the turnpike about
good two story frame house w
conveniently
Also a piece of land on the op
by 800 feet, with
Terms liberal-for full partic
43 Fulten str
Flatbush avenue and Paeifi
basement frame house on Pacif
nue- the house is 32 by 3 fee
modern style, filled in with bri
centre. sl Iding doors, Ac. The
nue, commencing 152 feet 4 inc
and running thence in two lines
on Pacific street, and thence
-making two good building l
which fronts on Pacific street
for $469 per annum to good t
main on bond and m
F IDAY.
AtlO o'clock, at No. 7
Furniture sale of the largean
hold Furniture contained in t
ulardeserlption and catalog
Terms-Cash. i
SiMOcM DRAPES
BY SIMEO
Ormios 46 Pis ST
TUESDAY,
At 12V o'clock, at th
By order of the Executors
100 shares New York Lif
1000 do Pennsyl
100 do Delaware and Hu
125 do Union B
117 do New Orle
60 do New Orlean
100 do Mechanics Bank
300 do Manhat
0O do Montreal
SO do North American Tr
10 do Bank of ew Yor
10 do Bank of New York Scr
100 do Cont
60 do Erie R
108 do Hudson Riv
40 do Syracuse and Ow
467 do Panama Rail
612 do Panama Rai
02 do Utica and Schene
6 Co do do (il
78 do do do (scrip
2 do Mohawk Valley Rail
126 do do do
48 do Cayug
138 do Matteawan LMac
200 do Manhatta
2W do do do Sc
100 do New Yor
L 180 do Pacific Mall Steam
Stock is interested in all
10
O0 do United States Mal
41 do Egle Fire In
tO do Manhattan Fire
50 do New York Fire
100 do Washington Fire
20 do Empire Fire I
25 do Republic Fire
8 do Glenham Manufa
10.000 Stock of the
40 Bo nds of the Panama Rail
WEDNESDAY
At 134 o'clock, at t
$100,000 seven per cent Conv
Pianoua and Ind ans Railroad Co
800 shares U. S. Mail Steams
FRIDAY.
At 1234 o'clock, at t
660 shares In the Utica
180 Phenlx Minling and M
TUESDAY
AtiaS o'clock, at th
Real Estate--By order of the E
la
Store and lot 76 Broad st, rent
per a
Store and lot No. 82 Broad st,
*1,000 p
btore and lot No. 96 Front it,
until Itt May, 1857 at $
Store and lot No 90 Water st,
*1UOO pe
Store ar d 2 lots Nos 14 and 16
1856, at $O0 and
Store and lot No 6 Gouverneur
1854 at t75
Two stores and lets Nos 8 an
until lot May, 1854
Building on I lotb in Broadw
known as theLyceum, leased un
ann
House and lot No 88 Prince st,
*1.600 p
1 lot in13th st. near the D
Burnt Mi
1 do do
1 do do
1 do do
1 do do
House and 2 lots in 16th st.
avenues leading to the House of
181,0 at 456
Lot on the cor of Broadway an
85:1 on 24th st, 28:11
Lot on Broadway adjoining t
97:6 on North side, I!6 in
Let adjlining th
Lot adjoining th
Lot aejolning t
Lot adjoining t
Lot adjoining th
Lot adjoining th
Lotadjoining th
Lot adjoiuing the
Lot on 24th st. South side, b
The foregoing eleven lots for
Hippodrome, and are leased to
lion until ls
Lot on 83d st, north side
Diagrams and further particul
be ready at the auctioneers' of
WILLM Inavl
BY WILLIAM I
PrOas 8 Pats BT. between
SATURDAY
At 10}i o'clock, at the sales r
Household Furniture-A gene
convenience of sale-Oonsistin
ingrain rnrpetssuite, carved
ttre in brocatelle. mahogany s
rockers, arm chairs, manteluo
lounges, mahogany French beds
stands, oil cloth, hair matnrasie
lows. windlassand cottage bed
gany cane seat chairs, k
Also-Oil Psintings-About


PUBLIC

IEONAR
No. 37ST Tr
BOS
LEONARD A 00. respeetfnily
Us fol
FirstTuesday In each mon
dayin each month PAPER
ever Thursday. HOUSEHOL
All Incidental iss an suob
ties
BY COFFN
TOme No. 6
AT PRIVA
COFFIN A HAYDOOK, Sole Age
SARPETIN G. RUGS, Ac, va-B
Venet&Da. R
Also 100 bales 57178 w

New York City Bu
The fe(lowin list of Busines
most reliable In th
American ad
BOWEN A MoNAMEE. (Importers
A. T. STEWART C00. (do
Agricultunra
B L.ALLEN, (late A. B. Allen
Archi
F. DIAPER....................
JOHN W. BITOH...............4
Average
JONES A JOHNSON..............
AWBON A MOODY.............
American
y. G. WHEIEIR, (Pocket.knlves,
Agents, Congress Card Ma
Uon
c. W. AMBURGER A 00......
Mollan Pi
T. GILBERTA G00. (Pianes, wi
No, 8.1 Broadway.
A Lare Stock
THO. 0 STEABNS,(Dres Silk)
Trimmlngs, Grapes. Laces. Em
siery
Arelhteets and
HOWARD DANIELS, (Landscae
Articles from India
FOUNTAIN'S Retail A Wholesal
Shawls. Fancy Goods.
An Excellent Ho
DURKES YEASTOR BAKING
189_Water at. o Sbv Dru
A Iarge Stock of
WM. ATWATER 00........
American C
COWLES A 00. (Mannfactnrer).
Auctioneers
W. A. OARTEL (Sales Tues. and
Brokers. (Stook
EDWARD A. STANSBURY.......
Bankers and Bu
WAITMRI. ROBERT & 00. Stoc
Ban
DUNOAN, SHERMAN A CO......
Bullion, (Deale
BEBREEE A CO. (Dealers and Ban
Bell Haning.
N. HAYMAN (Premium Signal Be
Booksellers a
DANIEL BURGESS GO..........
J S.IBARNE$ A 00.............
Brokers. (Bi
T. P. RIOHARDS ...............
Blank Book Manufateur
KIGGINS A KELLOGG..........
Brandiem Win
PETES A CHAMBEBS,(Imp. an
Botanical Medicines an
Dr. & M. GIDDING'S MEDICINES
Black Lead Cru
DANIEL ADIE (Agent).........
Blackiag-T
JOHN VAN DEVENTER. (Oltore)
Brooms. Wooden
BAL. L. OAVERLY...........2
Collections in New
ADAMS A CO.'s New Orieans Ex
Carpe
PETERSON A HUMPHREY, (Eng
Carri
JOHN 0. HAM, (Manufacturer).
China Ware, Glas
SO.AHRENFELDT, (French) 56 M
J. KITTEL 00. (Importers).
Cloths, Casenmer
CLAK A WEST. (Importers)....
Clothiersn,
HANFORD A BROTHER. .39 Par
Clothlers
A. MUNROB A 00. (Men's and B
Co
ALLEGANY MINING 00. (Cumberl
Daguerr
J. GURNEY. (the oldest and m
the United States).........
Druagilt,
KINSLEY A DARLING (sone. to
MABASH A NORIIOP..........
Drapers an
JAMES A. CLARK....... No.
Dry G
GREENWAY, BROTHER A 00-. 3
AVERY., HILLIARD O& 00.......
Druggliats.
SCHIEFELIN BROTHERS A 00..
A. B. AD. BANDS..............
Defiance Sala
ROBERT M. PATRICK (Gayler'
Dent
OHAR. W. BALLARD-N. W. KI
KEmnbroideries. La
COCHRAN A 00., (Importers)
RAMEE A DOWNER. (Importers)
Engravers
J. N. GIMBREDE....N8 Broad
HYATT A CORNELL......899
Engraver
WILLIAM HOWLAND..........
WHITNEY, JOCELYN A ANNIN..
Expresea, ShIp
EDWARDS. SANFORD A 00.O (F
Embroilderles, White
L J. WYETH A CO.. (Importers)
Encaustic Tiles and G
MILLER, COATES & YOUL. (Impo
Fancy Goods. Perf
WARD. PECK A CO., (Importers)
Fringes. Glmps, Ta
MEEKER A MAIDHOF, (Manufat
__ ^inecCT Vmdltont
DAVID CULVER,,(Manufacture
OOWLE S & CO., (Improved ange
Gold Pens and Pencil
A. 0. Bagley A Co (Manufacturer
Gentlemen's Fur
7. M. DAVIES. JONES & 00. (
1, B. HATCH A CO..(Importer
Grates an
W. A N. JACKSON A SONS. 23
Glass talners. Chu
W.J. HANNINGTON,(Flrst P
Grindstones-Nova Scotia
French
J. IS. WHITNEY A 00..........
Hats, .
THOMPSON A ROESLEB. (Furs
hlatters' Furs, Shipplng
JOHN 0. LORD, (Importer and
Bides and Leath
W. P. MILLER................N
Horna. TIps, R
EDWARD OWENS,..............
Hardware, Cutlery
GHAB. S. LITTLE, (Imp. and Ge
OSBORN A SWAN, (Foreign
Tools).......................
India Rubber Shoe*.
NEWARK INDIA RUBBER MAN
N. BRUNSWICK INDIA RUBBE
India Rubber Clothling a
UNION INDIA RUBBER CO. (M
Importers of French Wind
B.J. BAKER A BROTHER, (Chem
F. HOPKINS A BROTHEBS......
iron Works, (Plai
J. B. A W. W. OORNELL & 00A
Jewelry, Fancy Go
OARROLL A HUTOHINSON, amp
Lace Goods and
GEO. PEARCE A CO. (Importe
iUnen Cambric G
BERTRAND, FRERES A HENRY.
Linen Thread. Shoe Thr
THOMAS BARBOUR, (own make)
L~ghtnI
A. M. QUIMBY A SON, 18iNaaia
Lamps and G
DIEL BROTHERS AGO., (Maunf
STARR, FELLOWS A CO. (Man
Lithogr
GEORGE HAYWARD...........
MICHELIN A SHATTUCK.......
Locomotive Needle
THOMAS A EDWARD GILL.....
Machinery and Burnin


OomtS'niu,
MARINE

PORT OF
MONDAY A R
CLEA
J 0s!ai Aftenao,-see
S4ra-teamship
San Juan C.
bteamshl8 James Adger. Dick
Tilesto
Ship Ashburton, MoWfillame
A
ShipJllsa, (Brem) Rosenk
Slrc
Bthc
hip Cromwell Balls. Por
mque Ann Hoo., Wady, Mei
Barque Mount Bean. (F) Nom
Vatable A S
Barcue Stentor, (Br) Lick
BarueAni M'Lester. (Br) B
Barque Iogaro. (Brem) Ahren
t Schu
Barque Pilgrim, Andrews.
erig Edwin, Morton. Ca
rig Hamlet. Crawford, N
Brig S.B. Lawton. Orange,
Brig Brah Wooster, Wooste
Hun
Brig Oen Plackney. Has. Ba
Brig Minnet. (Br) Tate, St
Britg Gladiator, (Br) Salters.
rig Acadian. (Br) Lockh
Brig Wllberforce. (Br) Britton
Brig Rosalie. (Br) Holmes, P
Brig Forest State, Stevens. P
Mebr Archiever. (Br) Horto
chr Magnolias. Davis, an
Behr Plandore, Brown, Sav
Behr Judith, Ward. Tucker, t
R hridmerva Wright. Rogers
ohr litmouth Rock. Se, ma
Bohr Galege gWlson. R
Bchr Arctic, Winslow, Alex
Bohr Henry, Baker,
Bchr barab AD Roe, BOud
Steamer Parker Vein. Oart
Blteoi'Marli Louls
Sloop Pointer, Fow
ARRIVED SINO
Packet ship Montezuma. Deo
with mdse and 4 Iasengers,
X6.Iat4 2 0.,longB4A4. ezhal
State found Fast; May 14. l
scr o ora, of Plymout
Ship Bspindola. Barstow. fr
days, with mdes and 868 pa
hlp Oregon (of Neweatle M
with ballast and 868 pase
Ship Ox'erd. (of FreeportJ M
mdse and 7 passe
Br ship Balnbow, Bartlett, 3
tos railroad iron, and 7 pass
1I6, on 44 47. spok Br ship Br
bound
Clipper ship Trade Wind, Wet
Inbalast. to Booth A dgair.
spoke an American clipper shi
showing whiteelmal with reso
84 40 W. slgnalls-d barque Ya
40 26W. spoke barque W. H.D
for Baltimore. 11 da,s out; sa
a Ohilan barque showing a
T, W. was becalmed off Hatter
ed calms. foIs. a
Ship Statla Morse, Lawten,
28, withr mdos ad pa en
14. leat 4e. Ion 41 80, aw the
bound ; 2d., at 48, Ion 49 17,
lat 492;0.Ion 6 8,Passed aularg
Ion 120. passed a large ship
white swalow tail goal: J
bearti N by W, 1 miles dista
finB;ay 14.lat_46. &ion 41 4,
w'tht.
Barque Pilgrim, (of North YT
fm Antwerp. with mdes and 166
Losc
Br barque Perseverance. Fln
and SB passengersre, to Thomn
birth en t
Bremen barque Ndiand. We
mdieand 2B4 posenjmrto
Br barque NairUls. Hrrion,
and 91 passeng
.Norw bauar Niord.Patteron.
tons raillroadiron, to order.
brig routter. 1m Boeton f
t 4d
Brbr h Oiatherile. Oserar.
tar 49 ds, with 4D0 boxes orange
Pglad-vessel to mabserMay
China. fit Liverpool t
Br brigVvid. lns, 44 dem 0r
iren, to
Brig Rowland, (of Tbomaston
with snuar, to J WElwella O
spoe sap RusnllSturges. fI
Brig Maria White, Crosby, 6
and laths, to S
Brig Relief. Storer. fm Rond
Br schr Ann, M uretmson. 1U d
cats and potatoes.
Br schr Debonnaire, Crockett
player. t
chr Chas ltimondtton, (of C
Charleston. with cotton "c, to
tera. swoke brig Mayflower, f
Bchr Rebecca. Waglm, P
Bohr New York, Adkl
Schir Fairfax. Osbor
tMchr MarIa, Bliset
Schr Envoy,-, Ba
Bohr Merning Star. Sm
Bchr N 0 Harris, -. Colu
Bhr Otronto Bammond
lchr Valhalla. Davis
BohrCuiniUhanWard., James
BeiVill
Schr Oidnev Miner, Boll
chhrD Ucas. Smith,
Bohr Helena, Jones. Co
Bchr Ielbonrumne -
Fchr John Warren, Lozle
Schr Bolivar. Mitche
Scbhr Mry Emily, Sn
Bchr J Warren, Kell
Behr DTFmith. Br
B chr F Hall. Dickenron, C
1chr L K Nickerson
bchr F Red. Race
Becr Gold Hunier. Mitchell
chr A G Ieasard. Galve
Scbhr Ann,Henderson. Ron
Scr flarah L, Smith. Por
Sbchr leo Goillnm, Coo
Steamer Westernmrt, Hall fo
ParkerVein Co. The W. on S
bandy Book, found great diffic
casioned by a hawsergetting
tow by the steam tug Achllles
Sloop Joel Hall. Co
SIrp Joseph, Bodgm
SAILED--sturday. steamshiphlsp
vannah : James Adger, Dickin
vwndy, Norfrlk, t; Northern
StIcoolas, Bragdon, Havre:
banue Marlel. --; Br brig M
oth
A'so aid. shlps Inca, Richard
Portsmoth
DISASTER
A telegraph dispatch from Phi
states that the schooners ten
Clarke.for Wells. Me, and Ja
went ashore Satuday night t
loprn. The Gen. Hersey and Jam
and will be a total lose. The a
butlls lying in
Ship Joshua Manran, at Bosto
reports 20th nit, lat 46, Ion 4
W. sprung a leak, ad threw o
Ship Cariolanus,. from Pacific
tic) and barque BHarriet Spra
Roads whilst Ketti g unoer w
nambuco, on the nisht of 26th
losingmisen topmast and mins
boom, had house stove, and
barque remained 2th. and wo
next
SchrJustina BandaI, Smith, a
from Baltimore, spruneg a leam
Tewholetf the e round tier o
peaeeasd corn, ll ofbhich h
and ordered to be sold atauotio
for re
The Norwegian barque Norden,
Tibbetts Cove. Quebec. lay in t
Is not likely to be got up wi
WHALER
Ar at NBedford 8d, h. oa e
ien, Indian Ocean. Praslin feb
sris.
lCid at do, 8d. ship Hiberni
A letter received In fdgarto
Officer of ship Mary, of Eidga
March 17, with .lt bris. o
TO MA
PSTIOOS eF PUNT
COAST Suaman" Or
Sfr--I have the honor to report
for the geographical portion
nis. (Sir F. Drake's Bay) from
0. Davldsmn. compu
Ponoa de los Reree, la
Do. ]on. l,
I would request author
Very respectful
A. D. BAOHCI S
Hen, JAsIe GUTUalS. Sec

FOREIGN
At Pernambuco. April 28, bo
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COMMERtCIAL ADVIgr__IM_ L. governmen
zation ; yet it is threat
TUB HEFOORMED CITY CHARTLR. itellu sd
Mass Meeting In Metropolitan Bal. mor
In pursuance of the call issued by the reform oon
mittee appointed on the 5th of March last, a mas
meeting was held in the Metropolitan Hall, on atur -
send, and that ;a what the
day evening, for the purpose of promoting the adop- s
tion of the reformed city charter which has been sub
mitted to the people bythe Legislature. The assem.
blage embraced merchants, tradesmen, mechanic, u
professional men,-representations of every class o f
steod skinning-"4 because
population, and was an imposing detto rstrationsof t
public sentiment. Peter Cooper, Esq. was unani- i
mously called to the chair; Gen. Anthony Lamb, p
Jonathan I. Coddington, Henry Grinnell, Robert
as high asi
Kelly, James Boorman, Henry Erben, Willard L.Felt
and thirty.nine others were elected vice presidents;
and Stephen Conover, Isaac N. Seymour, ana six s
others were appointed see retaries. Mr. Cooper hay.
the sup ert, of Schools in
ing first briefly stated the objects of the meeting,
Pritchard read the following address and resolutions:
ATLDRSS TO THU VOTERS o Hrw TOBRK. ages
After unexampled displays of extravagance, profli-
gacy and corruption in our municipal affairs, a large
portion of our citizens met together at Metropolitan
Hall, and decided with entire unanimity, that the
charter under which such gross outrages had been
openly perpetrated, required change. The general
character of the checks and guards necessary to pre
vent a repetition of such alarming evils was declar
and a committee was appointed, charged with the s
important duty of applying to the Legislature to san
authorize the people of the city to adopt them. The
Legislature granted the request of the petitioners,
and passed an act, which by its terms, is to be sub
mitted for approval to the voters of this city, on th
7th day of June, inst. thl
The question whether or not those amendments, t
shall be adopted, creates an issue between the frien
and the opponents of good government; between r s
those who have brought disgrace upon the city by u
their gross misdeeds, and those who desire to wipe
off a deep stain from its character. If our opponents
shall succeed in defeating the adoption of these check
and safeguards at the polls, they will obtain an ir-,
portent victory over the friends of reform,and be able
to continue their career of fraud and mis-government,
The issue is therefore most important. It will settle
the question whether any improvement in our city l
government is possible; a question which concerns
our prosperity as a people, and our deepest interest
In deciding E such an issue, the character of the
amendmentsithemselves becomes in some degree sub.
ordinate. The rejection of them will be deemed and
treated ae an expression of opinion favor
present Common Council, and hostile to reform.-
The adoption of them will prove the reverse, and an.
nounce that the people are true to themselves, andi
favor of an honest government. In deciding an is.
sue of this grave character, individual preference
for particular measures, or individual objections t
parts of the plan should be generously waived for t
higher object of settling an important principle.
the Common Council and their friends shall succee
in defeating the proposed amendments, it will be as-
siumed that they are in the majority, the influence o
which will secure their re-elestion in November. In
the train of that event will follow numerous repeti -
lions of the disgraceful frauds which have been com-rn
emitted by the present incumbents of power who will
then be shielded from censure by what will be re- v
garded as the expressed approval of the people,
On the other hand, ifthe amendments are carried th
by the popular voice, this success will be the paren
0t other successes, until thorough reform shall be p
reached. The defeat of the amendments will leave
the government of the city in the bands of the one.
mies of reform, who will then be able to arrest all
improvement. The success of the amendments will a
be latal to the present Common Council and leave
them without a hope of triumph at the fall elections
Not only, therefore, should that large body of citi-
zens who regard the amendments with favor, vote
for them, but also those, if there are any, who would
prefer/to give them a different shape. It is a1- b
ways difficult to propose changes su
prove, when changes are admitted to be necessary.-
Improvements are often fettered with imperfection
but It is unwise to reject
solely because it is not better, especially when s
rejection will be attended with the b
have been indicated. F
Those amendments, so far as they go, are most i
portant. They strengthened the veto power : tjcey w
deprive Aldermen ot most of their judicial functions
they punish bribery; and the attempt to bribe offi
cials ; they change the rule of evidence, by which
parties to that crime have hitherto been shielded e
from testifying to the iniquities of others; they r
strain the sale of city property and franchises pri
Tately, and require such sales to be public; they pre
vent the awarding of jobs to political favorites, b
providing for open bids and an award to the lowest
responsible bidder ; they create an auditing depart
meant, and limit and fetter the power of expenditure
in a variety of modes. At a meeting for reform held
at this place on the 6th of March, it was unanimous-
ly recommended that the two boards into which the
Common Council is divided should be elected from
constituencies of different magnitudes,
In pursuance of this recommendation one board
has been so constructed that it will represent the
separate wards; the other so that it will r
the smaller districts. This feature conforms to wha
is usual in all our legislative establishments, and
accords with the popular principle on which our in
atitutiono are based. Its echioet value is that it break
up present and effective combinations of &sordid
and selfish character, in which respect it will perfo
immense service. If the more numerous board shall
be found too cumbrous, it may be changed; but it a
mast be borne in mind, in estimating its probable
efficiency, that any change must be an improvement
over what at present exists, and that the immediate
service expected from it in' rescuing the city fro
the hands ol a mercenary and unprincipled organic.
nation overweielhs objections of every other eharao
ter. Reforms, to be effective in a republican gov
einment, must embrace the great bulk of the people
It they are determined to secure it, the popular
character of that board will not be an obstruction
The reform committee, in view of the pre
of public affairs, strongly recommend the adoption o
this feature in preference to a decision against th
whole plan. They repeat that the issue now tobe
tried will be decisive of a far higher question, th
question whether or not there shall be any reform
our municipal affairs. A vote against the amend. w
meets will be a vote in favor of misrule, misgover
meant, and corruption. A vote in favor of the amend
meuls will set an example on the part of this grea
city which will be felt in every quarter of the country
This question you have now to decide at the polls,
Let none neglect this high duty. The responsibility
cannot be escaped. Every individual who neglects fur
to vote gives half a vote in favor ot misgovernme
One hundred honest men, who would be thought alo
good members of society, but who will not spare an
hour to vote for this measure, do as much harm as if
fifty of them openly went over to the enemy and took
up arms against us. Beware lest you virtually allo
yourselves to be enrolled with the corrupt. Letit be
seen and known that you 1eel your responsibility;
that you cherish the becoming pride of your position
as a citizen of this great metropolis; that you are re
solved to wipe away the disgrace that now covers us
Give your influence snd your example to this most
important work now, and soon your city will be re-
deemed, and cheered with a near prospect of the
bleasings of good government. We recommend the an
adoption of the following
Resolved, In the language of the men of the AllaIre work
that the corruption recently expuiedinouroloyguvcram
are highly dicgiacelul and ieely injurlou se to the causes
Iree sov
k/esotec. Ac the opinion of this meeting that the true i
involved in Ihe contest to be dec ded o


LV[


losue between the friends and the enemies of good-Kovem
between reform and no reform, and that the character of
amendments proposed for adoptiu Is subordinate to t
great
lteioird, That these amendments,in strengthening the
veto sower, in oyriverlg aldermen o0 their Judicial unot
In pishig bttetry a Ci the attempt e
quiring the property at d liauchl cs 0oh tecity when
ed 01 at public auction, ia declaring that contracts hall
let after adver isement, ano to the lowest responsibleb
and in establishing Ithe principle that the two Boards ha
elected from tonstitiencles, of different magnitudes are
os o r,'-t .o c-..r.., .. ii .-harttr.
a.... ed. r,1-4 .;1 -r1,so ..'jy requested of voters to
early,rand t vote I. i "In favor of amendments
char
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ri ..M.llIi n li 1. r ---. A t. i lr, ..,Jr .i CiDeglt
J-rr-,n Is,.heBower-c..:wic$
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I-FINIr.. I--I, iP.-'' I--I If
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-. '- ...-i.,E-1 t. i,- btta ,I. l Iar rb.et,,i....,
"I"' ofgs a nc o u f
1....-,,. i. 1 ,, tCmptroilerofthecity,Azaro iah wa
-lI.,1i I. 1r--t- iI mteounte
I ,.I I.L, .,ior, itlIF,, and earnest support of every
CiL :it
/,.... ,;ed. That the reform committee be requested t
tinue their labors, and to take
rors existing in the present amendments, in respect to t
atotmnenit of the terms of Aldemen." and the right to tak
of erim nWalsie moments at the
Mr. Vanderpoel, formerly one of the Judges of fi
the Superior Court, was the first speaker. He sai
My friends : We have assembled here for the pur-
pose of awakening every good citizen to a sense of v
the wrongs he asa suffered, and arousing him to ex-
ert himself for the preservation of such evils in fu-
ture. Now or never, is the motto which we require j
to use in this enterprise. If the majority ot the n
electors have not been sufficiently aroused, I care
no' whether another occasion shall ever be offered
them. The reform committee have labored diligent-
ly to present the work now offered to you. They c
have subjected it to the ordeal of the Legislature,and
now, it through love of ease, or any other ignoble
motive, a majority of the electors of this great city
shall be deterred from ratifying what has been ao
complished at so much labor and toil, they deserve
all the evils which mal-government has inflicted.-
The reform committee has done its duty-the Legis.
lature has done its duty, and with the electors of t
city remains the rest. I believe we shall triumph.-
(Applause.) fin
Know full well the cohesive power of plunder;
but though it is able to cement and unite vast bodies
of men in quest of prey, yet I hope and believe the
powers of corruption are not quite strong enough t
overcome an organized movement of the people in a
good and righteous cause. It is asked what demon.
stations of hostility have yet been made to the new
charter proposed for your ratification. I know that
no overt act has yet been committed, but I can see
the enemy, serpent-like, worming and coiling in the
dark and'through the grass-I can seen his sinuous
course. No demonstration has been made, but rest
assured, on Tuesday next hordes of hungry fat con-
tractors and job sellers will be on hand, who have so
long fattened upon that old carcass in the City Hal
-the city treasury. (Laughter and applause.) The
city treasury which they have been so long permitted
to use. is threatened to be locked up against them.
No more franchises to be granted without a full and
fair equivalent-no more mammoth jobs and con- Th
tracts to be given out to favorites without a fair of
and honest competition. If the majority of the elec-
tors of the city should be presumptuous enough to
ratify and confirm that naughty instrument, with p
what lugubrious sighs and heartrending groans wi
these jobbers look back upon those good old flesh
pots upon which they have so long feasted
My friends, it delights me to see this movement of
the.u or.--lts aisfismt h.,hat there aro oeoam,.tna


ponsibllily for the last six months, [eboer.1 and it
S astonishing what a Single honest man, with right
S he side, can perform. Your comptroller has save
r to the Olly of New York more than half a million o
r dollars. If we lived in a country where pensions
r are given to publiooffiesn, bhe would deserve to b
8 pensioned for life. [Cheers.j Mr.
e If, under the new charter, we have such men, our
taxes will be red need one half. I pledge my wor
r that the real expenses of city government are not,
o reality, onea half the amount now expended, and i
there was the rigid economy practised that ought
o prevail, my words would be proved true. It would
be lar better to let out the government of theoityb
P contract; and there are gentlemen who would under-
take to contract t10 do the government of the city
t three millions of dollars. [Laughter and cheers.]
We have nailed oar "'IFof"-Dno to the mastu% butte
i the city treasury; and I know that we have a eomp
1 troller who will keep everything in proper ord
There; but still wewautachaerter, and such hones
m en as the charter will give us.
After the enthusiastic and prolonged ehserag
I .
S whihb followed Mr. Noyos's eloquent and fbmsb
f speech had subsided, the resolutions were manul-
Smousuly adopted, and the meeting adjourned,
the mate; Emanuel was ly
Sr UT OF- POLL. pose one out of
t M 11tate,-r. Ak ,rime ur n m mats r i C ar
Veo ,rt mn.in m.Binto L eastnueoinc, dvrdmeao
.1. Tee dtleelcn detects already easabUished. s wlall e
tloue t toe elecktiondistritsrf several wards of
ciLy of low ork. unt
cm. i tshe following are designated as theplacesn In eah
tie lteclon districtsein theseveralwards of the soaid ol
whichelectlons shall beheld, untll otherwise provi
luantto an ectof the dIglatureetd rat
toelelons inthecity oewYork,"piprila 8,183 ai
as suebsequently amended. pas
FIRST WARD. p s
Flrst Dlstrlet.atBroadPrehouecor.BroadandPearit
Stoned District~at No
Third District, at No 110 6reenwiNh street,
FBsSECOND WARD.
FrAstD Noet, s.61Ann street. On c
STecDnd Ditrictp at .Iutionete sr.
First Distrit, at No. 47 Cortianditseet.
Second DPerict, at No. 8 Barclay street,
Third District, at pta Mooney
Fourth District, at No. 24 Greenwich treet,
FOURTH WARD. between Caet n
irst Distlrct. at Shakhpelre Hotel, corner William ,S
DBanteets. captaln'b bond. W
tSedDletrilt atNo.James tret.
Third District,
Fourth District, at No. 8W3 Pearl street,
FifthlDistrict.at4No.lOaksltreet. I
FIFTH WARD. heard thatiEi
First DirstrIlet. atNe No.8 LeonardiS eet.
Second Diatict. at No uane
WhirilIBlstrictatNo.147WestBroadway.
Fourth Distriet. at No. 107 BHudson str
Fifth District. atNo. Vest
SIXYTHWARD.-TeC
First District, a1 sixthh Ward BoseL corner Duaao
Ce sire rs.B
Seco Distri cti at Nn M ri m strit
'I hlrrabsoieL at lNo.luCentresri.
Fr,-rtb Distrlci. at ortn American Hotel, corner
sor--t mionBowery.
Fi l, r,,lcl; t.t 474 PeV Pl street.
ILn Distrot.lb Wier re
bVVBNTB WaBp t Morton to
First Disnot, at Ne iIt LatR i .lcay.
Se c,od Dstrfrt, am No 173i M sois Street.
him e l.t,..t. at N
ouribh iottr. at Ne e 1 .9c.meia trret,
r.ith t Obllci.t ablei 84Ciherry treeOL (Marinters'HaL)
Z,!.t1 Dtri'at N aorttas oomer f uSas Broadway a t
G., mv,.j.uro
Seventh Distrlct, at No. 88 Water street.
EIGHTH WARD. porters are
First District. at 6 Mercer street
second District. atl.East corner efPrince dWooston
Third District. at No. 179 Prince trees p
Fourth District, at 20Dominick street,
Fifth District, at No. 100 Variek street. fo
Sixth District. at No
Seventh Distriet,at No. M3S Hudson street.
gthih District, at No. Sa Springstreet.
NINTH
PirstDistrict.at~o. 66Greenwlchree B.
Second District, at ie 18 Morteon street.
Third Districft. at No.3 9 West eet. m
Fourth District, at Market, Northeast corner o Grove a
Blocker
Fifth District.No. 709 Washirgton street.
Sixth Dittrict, at No. t 9 Perry street.
Seventh District, at sotheast ostre
Second anue,
Fight District at No.,9Ga9nseevortstreet.
Ninth District. iWest-corner Horatio and Fourtha treets
TENTH WR.JdeDe ree
FrstDistrlictlatBclet'scorner DelunceyandEldrdgests
Second District. at Tenth Ward Hotel rer iMt eam
Forsyth streets. T
Third District, .at18Walker street
FourthDistrict, atko.3 Ludlow tee.
Fifth Districtat No. 7
ELEVENTH WARD. The pllain
Fifth District, at No 196Stanton street.
Second Districtt No. 99 Columbia stret
Third Distico.5t N o
Fourth District, at No.707 Fourth street.
Filthdlstrictatho.50 Lewis street,
Sixth District, at o. 89 avenue .
heveeth Distris,a v
MlahthbLis iet. atN o, 18lasenue 0.
TWELFTH WARD. Een hby hi
irst Diletct, at houseof P.McGamn., Bloomilugdale road
end Ninoety ninth street. see ta
second Distrlct.on north side of Nghtysixth street tw
doerveastuoforthAvene
Tird District, on Third Avenue, one deer north of One h
dried and twenty
fourth Distric on One hundred and twenty-nnth street
between Iftloomisitcale road and Rleventh
fith Distilct. on One hundred and fliy-aeighth street o
door west of Tenth Avenue. s
THIRTEENTH WARD. ion But what
Fint District atcorner ClimtonandGrand strei, (Onde
onks.)
SecondDistrict, at No 16Delancystret c
,ird Dibtmet.- at No
Fourth District. at No.N
Fifth District at .a 88 Magin estrenet. s a
FOURTEENTHWARD. the magnit
Ft District, at No. 76 Prince Street.L i proc
Second Dristrics, at N.4Prc
Third D stiiot, at No. 204 nd
Fourth Distriot, at Broadway House, career Broadway an
Grand ittt ftecutw
fifh District.,at No;I"H totrstr.
FIFTEENTH WARD. forever
FirstDilstrct.at io. 167 leeooker street.
Second District, at Oonstitutlon Hall, No. 68 Bleecker stre
Thmrd lDitrictH.M A ,Kerr's, onerofBroadwaysand to
Pla
Forth District, No. 262 Fourth street,
Fifth District. No. 40 Fifth avenue.
hxitbDistric, So. 2westEieventhstreet.
SIXTEENTH WARD. day evening,
First Distri.at No
second District, No 121 Ninth avenue.
Tlhird Di trict. No. 211 Ninth avenue.
Fifth Distirict, No. 12
F^thIei^ tellhWeslqneteeuhsrst t
bilxth Dvistrict, No. 2aeeven,h avenue.
SEVENTEENTH WARD. man, who
FirstDistrict at tc. Blvingten street,
SecondDistrict ,rtNo.llttHoustounstreet.
Thd District at No
Fourth District. atNo. 79 Third street,
Fithlthbisict,0atNo. 137A'lThird street.
Sixth District,.atNo, 13 avenue A.
Seviuth District, at No. 208 first avenue.
Eighth Dlitrlct. at No,9a. at Eleventb street.
EIGHTLENTI WARD. ing ibstc
First Districlua Seventeenth street, adjoiningthe comer
laid s mteetand kuuthavenue
SieendDDisrlect.attha n ay Hoae, northeast no er
ofr evoteenth satreetandh avene.
O[hbird D)rict, at h Oe1utL' td oresl aertl
orTn eaty-fourthstreet And Third Avenue.T
Fourth Dstrict.atthemal house north side of Twenty.
seventh street. ajoininga nicrthwest corner ofiTweumievent
street andFourth avenue. son ndJr
kifth Llstrict. at the north-west orner Of tbfrty.fou
street and Thidaeu.cae ~
Fstr et t NIaETEENTHWARD. man t V I
First District, at house ofJames Slavin, Fortyulxth str
bettweenp'ent and itlevencib avenueste
second street. between Third and Lexington avenues.
'io wietrist, at south-east corner of Fiftieth street
Futbila trct, at house of Charles G. Griffin, Blooming
dale. cars and other imp
FitlihDistriet.atThomasStarr's, Th.rid avenue. near
entv-seventh street, J
TWENTIETH aAR. buildiA
Flre istlerlct, at~o1leetaeu
i>tonii Diatrict, at No. 4-8 Seventh avenue.
Third Districtat hirts-ixthtstreet, thhd dooreast of
avenue, i
Fourth District, ati No. 85 Ninth avenue.
urday night, on suspicion
HOMB DEPARTMENT, containing $
-- -perty of Mr8 o sH
COURTS-SATURDAy.--UNITE
CounT.-B-efore Judge Nelson.-The trial of Danie
Molony, late captain of the packet ship Roscius, fo
the murder of a sailor named Emanuel, was contin- w
ued. Mdr. Cutting opened the case for the defence,
and called as his first witness, George Henry Assezs
who, being examined by Mr. Hoffman, testified as
follows: nic
I was born in France ; I am eighteen years offage
have followed the sea eight years; I went out in
Roscius lrom New York and ret
ped as ordinary seaman ; took my turn at the whee
1 waa in the mate's watch coming over in the Bos-
cius ; that was the larboard watch; the ship was di.
vided into two watches, the starboard and aboard;
ihe starboard was the captain's watch; Emanuel wa
is the starboard watch ; O'lrien was in the larboa
watch ; Waldron and Donnelly were in the starboar
I remember the day Emanuel die
ten o'clock on the morning of that day, thl starboard
watch was on duty, and continued until 12 o'clock;
Emannel shipped aa a sailor in Liverp
a Spaniard or Portuguese; it was Emanuel's watch;
at half past 8 I saw him trying to stow himself away
between water casks on the main deck;the first thi
I beard was the first mate, Mr. Haslem. singing out
for him; he told him to go on deck to his work; t
first mate had come down to the carpenter's room t
light bis pipe; he was on the main deck when he


sung out for Emanuel; the deck below
deck; the one below that we call between deck;
Emanuel refused to go; the mate said if he did'nt do
what he told him he would give him a good licking;
then Emnuel went on deck; I went up on thetop s
deck too at the same time; when I got there the
mate was getting a strap; the c
Baslem what he was going to do with the strap; Mr.
H. told him he was going to lick the Spaniard; the
captain told hm hbe should'nt do it; I went below
that time, and came up again at 12 o'
say if the mate struck Emanuel with a strap whe
he first went below to call him up; I didn't see it
I was at the cook's galley; there was no halooing
or screaming below; my watches' turn was
twelve o'clock, and I ca
and Wuldron were at the forecastle when the mate
came down for Enlinuel, it was Waidron's watch on
deck at that tim5; hic was below, because he was
laid up with a badw b dhand;w
o'clock, I went to clean the caps
cleining it from 12 o'clock 'till 4 Di
whole watch; Emanuelwas not cleaning the capstan T
that day; Emanuel was knocked down with
block that day; at 4 o'clock the starboard watch of1 T
of sTnsa academy.
cme on deck; remained a couple of minutes, and C 0
then went below and staid there till 5 o'clo
I went on the top deck to get the men's supper; I -
com n Is purchase fr em the N
just passed the deck and remained about five
minutes; came again on the top deck before six S8.F
o'clock; remained about a minute and again went be- C
low; at six o'clock my watch was called; when my
watch was called I saw Emanuel below; I d
bear any personally Emanuel while be was below; he th
the East River Mutual insur
was lying in his berth; he went below at8
his watch; I saw him as he went below; his f
as clean as my face now; I did not see any blood
Church. to the Presbyteri
upon his face; if there bad been I would see it; he 8
passed close by me; I saw nothing different in his man' pr
net from whiat I had soonb
Der rom buL budseenbef29. To authorize the village
weather -sin rigging to keep the l
o'clock, and rti mn i;d there uutil eight; I was stand-
271' l--To amend the9ancor
lag to tieck, sod ciy back
sometimes lacing outward, an
captain was Leiuw all the time, until a little
8 o'clock he came on deck; Emanuel went below t 6 tt
oclock, and I did not see him again on deck until 5
about 8 o'clock; when his watch was coalled,he did not I
come up with his watch; it was about half past
176--7Ohupl ly the t uLa
before he came up; the men were reefing maintop- 17-
sails; there had been two reefsin it before; we p5
weregoing to close reef the aintopils; thea
we hadon was two reefs spanker, double reefed top- ;
sail and double reefed main
A ~ isct151-iauthloea a o
both watches were engaged in the ree
topsail we had carried away a martingale and a 281
foretopmeat ; the captain s
Emanuel was; the mate said ea dhe s i
stowed away again. The captain took the dark 1i--o
lantern, and went below with the mate, and found of c
rtn rmu ,r fI.
him stowed away ; I heard the mate tell the cap-
tain he was stowed away in the topgallant forecastle sci
and that was the place where heh
1,. To amend the several act
himself away; it is forward,
are; Emanuel came on deck with the captain and n..
mate; I was standing close to the mainmastJ the
log; i a ot u hmorifie tt, wn
scuttle was within two feetto where I was
tbe captain ordered Emanuel to go on the maintop- ith
sail yard to lend the men a ha
the captain told him again ;iat this time aoman fro 1
the yard cried out to let go the reef jack, and the
captain went toward it to the main rigging the e
.:11 1-- Uoarge Thle powers o
jack was on both sides; the captain went
at thisI lime Emanuel went aloft, and instead of oi
on the maintopsail yard he was skulking on the but tow
2& r.. l~uwize t. ,.l ffici P








.OXgHECIAL

MONDAY AI'T NOO

T2= CHARTER KLBIS
The large uand spirited me
Hall, 8 which an extend
a7ojegjrt of this paper
U Us.fle mind is thorough
Sgeaf the amendments of
t be voted upon to-morr
a siMilar character are to
Park, at the Military Hall
battan Hall in the Eleven
where. The newspapers of
shades of opinion on other
Imous in advocating the p
prietors of some of the lar
elty propose to close thei
S to-.morrow afternoon, that
time not only to vote them
influence In bringing up ot
deed, there are gratifying
spirit is abroad, and that
full expression of the popu
sioars above all mere par
eem the procurement of
indications will prove tra
the city, the number of v
than at any previous ele
counting room,the workshop,
and among all classes of
defective system of muni
and is heartily denounced
fair expression of public s
Can be no doubt
But tan very strength of
most serious apprehension
thousands who are sincere
of the proposed reforms w
ever-confidence of triun
ems common to all great
of individual responsibility
There is a homely but tru
everybody's business is
nman who is impressed with
S majority of his fellow i
mote the msne political ob
prone to underate the im
vote, and while It may be
handles the pen to urge a
lects to deposit his own ba
a duty to practice what h
that if the rest should f
could be accomplished. It
home grumbling at oppre
aouneing the Common Coun
form, they must go t
We publish elsewhere a l
bthe polls will be opened
districts throughout the c
columa for the very earn
form committee have issue
tion. It is certain that i
work to defeat the amend
cess can only be achieve
and practice
The opposition is in a gr
fear unscrupu lous. Fraudu
in circulation for the pu
pecting friends of reform
readers to examine their
that they are printed in t
ply the
In FAVOR of Amed

A LAST APPEAL
Fmuow CirTizzes :-The c
trusted with the responsib
overcome the corruption
the city government, ma
your efficient action in
the charter proposed by t
day, the 7th of June, betw
are to adopt or reject th
thirteen important change
operation of the city gove
as fol
1. Prohibiting leases and
perty and franchises, exce
thirty days' public notice
can give adequate securi
inestimable time, and sa
thousand
2.lncreasing the number
mon Council by which th
ed from smaller districts
population, thus bringing
Thissystem has been tried
niance of our state and n
hasproved wise
8. Granting to the Mayo
of the city, a veto powe
ruled by two thirds' vo
This also is the adoption
tional provision of
4. Allowing only the mo
Common Council to origin
no.- Taking away from the
u judges of the
6. Providing an efficient
counts and claims
7. Restrict the power of
contr
8. Prohibiting allowance
upon contracts, and other
9. Imposing new checks
the public money by the
tthe board o
10. Requiring all work a
two hundred and fifty do
contract, after ten days p
bid
11. Prohibiting contracts
default to
12. Prohibiting the ex
moneys for junketiogs an
the established holidays o
less authorized by a three
cou
18. Guarding by new prove
by and bribery, o
.... The gross abuses whi
tration of our city gove
corruption of many ofits o
effect has been to increase
city from 3,8,,':,561 ('5 i
186E, an Increase in one y
than fifty per cent., besi
permanent debt. And this
no benefit to the city. Li
inadequate security ; the
condition ; Ihe public hea
and discomfort purseus us
things affect every one o
as the richest. Each one
of the increased tax. You
are growing high and hi
pay it i the larger price
any place which pays a r
chance to secure a large
ing on Tuesday, the 7th
charter a
CITIZEBN8 0
The evil which now affli
loading us with intolerab
gracing our name, which t
our institutions, is the c
public officers. In our ow
of thin evil have bean mos
and most destructive.
it before it becomes pe
call upon you to act with t
patriotism of the men of
worthy to be their success
the seventh of June, rally a
CHARTER AMENDMENTS
rights, interest and privi
citizenship, as you love t
ceed you, as you hope ip t
and cherish her honor and
Do MoT FAIWL TO vOTe
MEETS TO
, By o
Pavas COOPe
T. B. WnrIexx


A VALUABLE ISvireio.--
per of Friday the testimo
relative to the dangers atte
The principal causes of ac
first, filling the lamps wh
generation of a gas in th
unduly
We have inspected with
constructed as to guard a
The lamp cannot be filled
ficient safety valve is p
gas when formed must esca
cond great caus
The lamp is the invent
Walker of this city, and
while effective in the pe
which it is intended. Th
double, one sliding with
tube, which contains the w
fastened at its other extre
shoulder within the orif
order for burning, this
you unscrew the neck piece
draws the inner tubes w
flame is entirely extingui
the top is completed. Th
and outer tube serves as a
gas which may form in
This invention, it appears
the perils of using camp
burning fluids, and we re
sist in the use, to avail t
It affords. The places w
are mentioned in the adve
paper.
Fromt I/ia L u/i
Tea RESULT Tl'S Faa.-
elapsed since bthe inaugu
offices of the country h
of organising the new Adm
meant all over the country
nitely more arduous in
other-if not fully done,
to indicate clearly the pr
it is to be finished. The
the change of government
lic report, generally credit
new Administration, rele
tbe needful toils belonging
fices, Is about to concent
grave questions of public
of our country
It might be captious to
tions of public interest w
secondary importance with
head of which stands the
political axiom "to thI v
There is, however, conso
f'the public report" annoo
from its organ) that before
the Administration may h
organisingg," and will dir
questions of p
Three months-one sixtee
term of office-gone, and
"about to concentrate it
public
Blow coa


Cet oandmer of die CUamedal Jbl e
1r. Anouurue Ma SO 158. Tn
IUtiMM CLIATA o BST. AV ,-Li
rreaion or FLORIDA-DIARY or AN I1ALvi, &a.
Now is the seaon to enjoy the fine climate of this N
"ancient city." The Winter proves beneficial to
moms of the invalids who resort here, but the great
effects of the climate are not seen then, as In warm
weather. For the last six weeks the thermometer f
has risen nearly every day 84 dg. nd about t
days since went up for a few hours to 92 deg., yet f
ha thlsgreatheatnotbeen oppressive,fora delight
sea breeze springs up at about 9 o'clock, A.M., and
continues through the day. The West wind, if it
continues many hours, becomes oppressive ; but
is not often; while the sea breeze can be relied
for at least a portion of everyday, and is altogeth
the prevailing wind of the season. If a West wind
has ruled the day, and caused man and beast to
droop, the sea breeze is sure to come up with#in-
creased freshness toward sundown, and to invite th
sociable and pleasure-loving ladies out upon the se
wall until midnight. across the
Yet the invalids have nearly all gone Northward.
They left in great numbers early this month; w
most of them to their injury; some in fat to die
upon meeting with cold winds at Charleston and th
Baltimore. They all enjoyed the genial April here,
felt better, and grew impatient to get back to busi-
neoe and friends. But few could be persuaded of the
great peril of the retrograde change from a Florida
April to a Northern May; and still fewer from the
North are willing to prove the advantages of Au-
gustine as a Summer residence. Those who have
done so, have felt convinced that a safer, or plea
er place for the hot months is not to be found upo
our Atlantic coast. the column re
Strangers generally remark upon the swarms of
children they meet with here, greatly out of propor-
tion with their ratio elsewhere. This phenomenon
is as much a feature of the place, as the narrow
streets,and the quaint stone houses
it is,. that children do not die here. Minnows, ch
ems, children, ants--small fry of every description,
thrive amazingly well in this climate. In fact it i
rather a drawback to the pleasure of livinghere, th
the luxury of the fihe climate has to be shared w
such prodigious numbers of the inferior creation, (n
meaning to include the children under that head, t
though the larger part be darkies.) The mosquitos
are not worse than all along shore, to remotest
" down East ;" but the ante in the stone houses are
overwhelming. o n the outside th
Among the advantages of St. Augustine for the in-
valid, we should not fail to mention the good boa
ing houses and hotels, with their excellent tables.-
Such comforts as one finds here, are not to be had
elsewhere in Florida. Many indeed who have tray- th
elled all over the United States, and upon the con.
tinent, have declared that they have found nothing
more satisfactory than at a certain boarding house p
here, kept by a lady; there is also another excelled
private house, complete in all important comforts fo
invalids. The hotels tooare all very good, and the
society of the place is decidedly pleasant. It requi
however, an experience of life upon the road in th
interior to appreciate the comforts of St. Augustine.
Here, for example,is a specimen from whatwe
anty as an authentic journal made last March.
.Diary-First night out from Tampa,25 ms.arrived
at?,foandfamilyallsittingbyalogfireoutintheyard,
no fire place in the house, man did not rise to greet
us, or even turn in his chair to see who we were;
that was "the niggers' business. Sat there till ne
nine waiting for supperwhich was served out on the
porch. Venison fried with pork,sweest potatoesoor
bread sand arrow root-no tea. No doors to the
chamber and only a broken shutter to the window
-put up bed quilts-air came in freely between th
logs. avenue to the cryst
2d day-Arrived late and very hungry at dining o
place, could get only very salt and hard baoon,sweet
potatoes and corn bread, nothing else-had no tea
there. Was induced, by a promise of some black
tea; to take a buggy and go on five miles further for
the night. Miserable place-water for the tea was
boiled in the fryingpan after the ham had been dish.
ed up ; no milk to disguise It; brown sugar only
made it worse. For supper-hard dried beef, fried
half cooked rice, heavy hot c
Breakfast-same; declined any more tea; took
dy coffee without milk. Lay that night upon outside
of bed in kitchen, beside a snoring Dutchman and
his wife, and Dr. sat up there nearly all night wat
ing sick grandmother in next room-all three smok-
ed vile tobacco in pipes most of the time. Great e
draft over the bed caused by blazing logs in chimney.
Sd day-Engaged horse and cart to go on 20 ms.;
tremendously rough ride over palmetto roots-great
appetite, but could get no dinner at the half way
house, said they could fry us some bacon but had no
potatoes, no bread; got some water and whiskey,
with a bit of sassafrass root to chew upon along th
road. Reached the station for the mail wagon abou
sun down-supper, the old story, bacon, corn bread
and sweet potatoes cold. Had some tea made o
safras-was so indiscreet as to glance into the ki
en just before supper and saw water boiling in the c
frying pan; found one spoonful of the tea, "a dose f
an adult." Slept in room with all the family. Had
bed to myself in the corner; same eveningDutchma
slept in the other, four children in one bed between
us; man and wife with nursing child on the floor;
no doors to the house; filling between the logs near:
ly gone ; large hole in the roof over children's bed-;
asked man why he did not mend it; said he did'nt t
know why-woman said that when it rained they co
moved children' bed to a dry spot. wards,
4th day.-Took mail wagon after breakfast-had h
the luek to meet three judges at dining p
way to Tampa-good dinner had been provided for
them. Being the only passenger, persuaded driver G
to remain over till next morning to give me a chance
to eat some venison and finish cold chicken. No door
to room, no filling between logs at one side, night
breeze very fresh. Driver got up at one o'clock, ro
lighted his pipe and was going back to bed to smoke
remonstrated with him-he said it was a free country
and he would do as he pleased-told him the country
meant out of doors, Ac.; final
porch "accoutred as he was," and took a long smo
-'said on entering that he was "nicely cooled off
and had "had a good scratch." Between coughing
and driver's swearing got no sleep that night,
So the diary goes on, with nothing satisfactory us-
til the writer reaches St. Augustine, where "the corn
forts of civilization" have for him a blessed signify
chance. In mild and dry weather this open air styl
of living may answer tolerably well even for the in-
valid; provided he can have good fare. But many a l
poor consumptive wending his
has received fatal injury for want of proper food an
from his exposure at night in these open hoseas.- h
The sea breeze at St. Augustine is too severe in Win
tor for cases of bronchitis; and is at all seasons u
hindrance to the recovery of some such. These con.
sequently are better off at Jacksonville or Pilatta
but even for the trying effects of the winds, th
is great compensation in the superior aceommoda-
tions of the place. Unfortunately, the city is fast
going to decay, there being now at least one tens, m
meant in ruin, for every habitable house.
none the less an invaluabl
States; worth more than Madeira or even Cuba
our invalids: and the time we believe is not distant


when it will be appreciated by our wealthy citizens,
as highly as of old by the luxurious Spaniards.
G. H. H. ment on the island,
al having reprimanded the
Cormwosndence or the Commerchal Advertiser. cert
WAsHiNGvoN, June 5,185. opinions. H
We have delightful weather, and this city n
appeared more attractive
I mean so far as natural scenery can make it.
The crowds of office seekers have left us, and the
clerks and chiefs are left to a little quiet,
I think you do well in omitting from your journal
the thousand and one re
ports made one day and contradicted the next. In
deed, I know not what to credit as to appointments
unless I see them announced by official authority,
I believe, in some cases, the wi
port in the hope that it may pr
certain quarter.
As to the appointment of Mr. Dix to France, I am
inclined to think that he will go, provided a suit
able person can be found to take charge of the keys
of the treasury in your city. loss estim
We have had rumors that another
paper will be established in this city; it may be
yet I think they will get along with the Union,
with a little more caution on the part of the man-
ager in chief, a aseno
I said in the commencement of iy letter that gu
Washington was attractive in her
Her public buildings are now worthy of inspection
The Patent Office buildings will, when completed
constitute a great attraction to visitors, covering,
they do, a whole square, on which will repo
of freestone and marble
position by a thousand different hands from which
stroke after stroke proceeded for years. The West
wing is now in progress, the ground all around be- g
ing covered with marble blocks rivalli
the Pentelican quarries, and Ninth street being
most blocked up with the sheds and materials of t
workmen. The Eastern wing being completed, th
rooms are in process of b
taryof the Interior has fine accommodations now
very different from those obtained for some time past
in private buildings rented to the
round prices for public use. To the late quar
the Secretary of the Interior has succeeded theAtto
ney General-Cushing-whose door fors
seems to be almost as much bele
those who hold numerous clerkehips in their gi
The apartments vacated by the Attorney Gene
are in the Treasury build
the studio of Clark Mills, the sculptor, who has ren
SgiOus DlsTuBANCeE-T
S dered into perennial brass the hero of New Orleans,
and has other professional work before him of au im-
portant character. Curious men, who have never at
seen the buffalo and the elk in their native haunts
,oierports. Last nigha
may be seen standing in rows, and peering over the
S fence circumjacent to his studio, gazing at the aa
mals, which are quietly imprisoned there, awaiting
the study of the sculptor. From this workshop c
proceeded the equestrian statue now attracting th
watchman attempted to for
attention of visitors to the city from various quarters
Sof the world. D. them wit
hand of offi
NEw Jzsuee RAIL ROAD AND TRANxsPoRTATION Cox-
f 'Aie.-This company held its twenty.first annual
meeting at Newark on Saturday. A sketch of the tw
renortitimidation, but withoutbe found under the financial head. Amo
report will be found under the financial head


I__I____i_____II__ _1__I__II III


JrItem ASmav J
SE1 LIGELATI
The ezoursion train mov
precisely S o'clock. It w
and six passenger oars.
[beside an elegant band
OtherB will be picked op a
route. Quite a number lef
took seats in the regular
will he at least three hund
guests c.r the company at
Amorgthem are some twenty
the New York Press, who w
val of the ten o'clock trai
with an elegant supper
The following is the ti
Ltave Albany at...............
Arrive lt IchenecRtady (17 mil
arrive at Utica 17 miles) .
Arrive at 8yracuse (63 miles)
Arrive at Rochester (81 miles)
Arrive at the Falls (76 mle)..
ime fixed for the trip.......
The following is dctual i
as reported b
Arrived at Schenectady 7 mile
Left ........
Passed Amsterdam 0(16 miles)
Arrived at Fonda (19 miles)
Left "..............
Passed Fort Plain (15 miles) .
Arrived atLittle Falls (16 mi
Left ....... ..
Passed Herklmer (7 miles)..
Arrived at Utica (14 miles) .
Left ..............
Arrived at Syracusa (5 'ie)
Left .............
Arrivedat Rochester (81 mli
Left ...........
Arrived at the Fals (76 miles)
We add the following
UtICA, June 4.-Owing to
Schenectady. Going up t
18 minutes. Reached Utic
Loss thus fa
ROCESTERa, June 4.-He
home. We left Syracuse a
ter at 12.80. Total loss
1 hour 8 minutes; but at
The following was report
Falls, on Satu
The Legislative excursio
style. The train, consist
about 800 persons, left
o'clock this morning, and
this afternoon. The actu
the time table 66 minutes
sixe of t
At S8 o'clock, the comp
tuous dinner, at the Cata
moval of the cloth ex-Go
that to him had been ass
of welcoming the member
the county of Niagara.
the pleasure it afforded h
many of the representative
occasion, and to the adva
free intercourse between t
lators. He aliseoi referred
brought the company toget
sage-eight hours-from th
the Niagara river, and
rience in making the jour
seven days and nights.
remarks by saying that
old friends, who, be hoped
of the state without calli
and see how a retired publ
at home. His remarks we
company with hearty ap
with the follow
"7Tha Leidatufre ft a stat
Representatives of a free, e
may their wisdom entitle them
stlue
Mr. Speaker Ludlow, of
called for, and responded
referred to the vast and ha
enterprises of the day, a
Consolidation aet, which
central lines in this stat
be
"T C ntral ML of Raill
enterprise. capital and skill-
with the grandeur
After the Speake
Hon. William H. Seward
rising, was greeted with
proceeded to remark upon
old railroad through Aub
&e., and tbe pleasure the
seeing the tide of travel t
lages ; but (said the ex.G
that by building an air li
saved between Buffalo and
ing this air line, what d
come here and celebrate t
the old line had been raise
he gave notice that they m
faster than theo had done t
build roads which would e
the capitol ahead of the
friend who had first add
the members of the Leg
York. They should have
were welcome now. He r
which they had passed in t
of Cohoes, Trenton, th
other beautiful streams, t
fields ; but to pass fro
passed works which were
pri
But we cannot follow hi
was eloquent and effective
pla
Comptroller Wright was n
he wea#not
Mr. Bristol was then ca
speech of some length, but
ly to be heard by the rep
ed to be, that we would m
had a free press independ
press indepen
Park Goodwin, of the Eve
and made an eloquent spe
man in London, who was qu
felt the shock of an eart
London Times the next mo
tion of an earthquake, he
been none. So in this cou
herald what was done here
the people would not eve
had been here to-day, an
sent would hardly believe i
ceedings inithe morning
to cement and bind toget
Union. He spoke further
to the country, and close
toa
The company separ
From thi Rochtafer A m
Ox BOARD LGUSLArTI
N. Y. CuNTRAL
Rushing along over the
miles an hour, does not a
for either making or tak
thing flies too fast for ev
vation. The track of the
in fine order. The cars
The ties are close toget
size and length, less jar i
diary circumstances. Muc
gineer, James Hall, Esq.
arlos Dutton, Esq., for th
the road and all its
The train reach-' tyracus
and left there at one min
Rochester was two hours
The train is drawn by th
race White,' one of the la
owned by the company. A
great crowd in wai
In the forward car, Rem
tablished a "Temperance
pense of the "Central Lin
"great comfort." We passe
Montezuma, without knowi
ted speed o
There are seventy-five
on the train, and ab
At all the villages on th
myra, Ac., the citizens t
the Legislatu
TBE CROWn A
Long before the arrival o
began to collect about
splendid locomotive "Mo
Lockport and Niagara Fa
in readiness to carry on t
decked with flags, and w
flowers. A train made up
Falls Road, was lying clos
the honorable body, if i
deemed best t
The train reached the d
12, end with only a minute
change of cars. The par
erably. Not a moment w


station, or the Legisl
pleasure of listening to
seve
Reportedfor f oras 1 rA
General Synod of the
PRIDAY-THIRD DAY
resolvedd. That the Synod st
of Religious Seminaries to act
ye
Elder Gleason offer
Reeoked. That steps be taken
cities to amend the style of t
word "
The subject was, on moti
lowing gentlemen, as a s
M. Knox, Rev. E. S. Por
The synod then proceeded
judicial
The first case called up
who applied to the consi
Street Church, New York,
This, it is alleged, was n
an obnoxious preamble was
New York having sustai
Carhart appealed to the
sustained it. The class
this case a
The Rev. Mr.Chambersth
sent the classes, proceed
some length upon t
Mr. Carhart, the party co
speech of Mr. Chambers;
representative ot the par
continued the discussion.
of the synod up to th
AFTERNOON
Rev. Dr. Baird, the Ameri
countries, was introduce
interesting address relati
spoke also of the effort
Catholicism in this country
purpose over $200,000 ha
States to erect churches,
sum about $90,000 was sen
at Lyons. The Roman Cat
country, 1400 churches,
young men preparing
He said that in the king
feeling was manifested for
religion. In Florence, al
copies of the Scriptures
upwards of 20,000 persons
in a secret manner, aft
something is also doing se
Catholics have turned f
past five years, and 18
closed with a strong appeal
the mission of
Rev. J.P.Revel, a membe
sion, was also introduced
testing address, after which
emitted the following,
Sesolved. That this synod ha
sure of the success of the A
Union, both In our own and for
ly commend its claims to all ou
end efllent
Resolved. That this synod we
tian affection and regard, the
of the Waldenses synod: tha
pleasure his statements In re
interesting Church; and we wo
thy in their behalf, and assu
bhigh regard wlich the Refo
America entertains for them
Jclaims of said church to the c
churches und
The order of the day, be
Carhart, was then taken u
tinued until the h
MuRDER.-A man named Fe
cott, was brutally murder
on Friday last. The dece
tle of a Mr. Hill, alias
afterwards advertised as h
ed called union Simnsonto


smw Vs W Mlsu
MEX
The Republic of yesterday
of Santa Anna since his r
cludes that" here are all t
We trust and believe that
ture, and without a
It is not to be disputed
ernor Trias in taking mi
Mesilla valley is both ias
thai can be said of the en
by Mr. Bartlett in running
all the additional compli
out of the wholly unautho
of thati line by the late
still, it isnot the less tru
line ban been run which i
ed States can rightly reco
conclusive reason-that t
signatures of the survey
indispensable condition pr
the recognition of the line
where that this condition i
line has been
Without touching, therefore
it is manifest that its re
would be in defeat of th
added the indisputed fact
United States has formally
line as run by Mr. Bartl
and if possible still more
dilional fact that the Mesi
ged to New Mexico and w
ico, transferred to the Un
In this state o1 facts it
pation of the valley by t
in violation of the rights
of every principle of inte
insolence if perpetrated
petrated by Mexico it is a
Yet it by no means follow
Mexico-poor, weak, distra
-a nation to which war wi
be annihilation-is in no
to ultimate measures eit
people of the United St
mere pass, as she has here
all reasonable forbearanc
true that toward her the n
States is the policy of fo
is. therefore, on allaccou
believe, it is to be expect
a spirit, the Mexican auth
flection, abandon their pur
valley by arms. The quest
of boundary under an exist
is on its face a question t
What is known of the case
believe, the conclusion th
the advantage both of M
States. Under aosuch circ
criminal-it is absurd i
Trias or for Santa Anna t
question
While, therefore, do n
ico, it is yet proper I s
gard the seizure of the Me
admissible proceeding.
either the people or the
States can submit to as
that territory. It is true
complicated by the errors
But, be this as it may be,
all that has been announce
this administration, that
already been taken, and w
place the whole question
authorities and the people
proper p
A RsvoLumtoinAT Hano.
Haddonfield, Camden count
named James B. Cooper,
years of age, and who ret
memory of all the exlcitin
adelphia and Camdo duri
He was under Col, Lee, b
member of the intreprid
valiant party. He entered
was between 17 and 18 ye
with it until the peace of
ing Stony Point, and Powl
tle of Guilford, N. C., a
was also in the company wh
Watson, Mott and Granby,
snd Augusta, Georgia, and
of '96 in South Carolina.
rendered him a favorite,
dence of Col. Lee, and th
Lee selected him as bearer
gress, and also to the C
was entrusted to carry tbe
general. After peace had
his attention to a sea-fa
the second declaration of
as a sailing master. Afte
ated, he was presented by
Lieutenant's commission.
and was a special favor, a
motions until the year 18
ordered on duty m the
is now in good health, an
the others of his compatr
three others wbo drew th
office with him, but this
ed themselves for that pu
the debt of nature and go
What pleasing reflection
upon the memories of suc
back upon the time when
struggles of a feeble nat
grasp of despotism, and s
success of those efforts,
rapid advancement of tha
greatness and power to
ook with fear and admir
like these, to such patriot
subl
INTERESTING TO Ausxnao
New London Advertiser sa
of that city has in his po
size of a rather small tabl
up near the head of the
from a depth of fifteen fe
ing been covered to that
ings from the surroundi
were thrown up some piece
tity of clam shells, the l
posure to the air. It is s
there by a crew ofa ship
who visited and described
Sound eight hundred or
them the country was cal
are maps and descriptions
at Copenhagen at this t
sent to the Connecticut
they have pronounced it
composition of bell-metal
arrow head that are on it
are also three other small
distinguishable. Tie docto
ly to the Antiquarian S
PAPUER 3,IaiiG-.-Mesar
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new mill is to be 800 fee
width, and is to be furn
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mill will be capable of tu
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amount produced by the
Tim
Ms. ALEXAnDER FITCH is on a tou
through the Middle, Southern
sta
luinsless
OIL PAtmitus.e-We would cal
and others to the fine collecti
Signor E. Rosei Corsi. the artist
Stuyvesant Institute. by H.
tomorrowo) at 11 o'clock. Th

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CAPITAL 8
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NUITIES. and makes other con
of money and the
DEPO
The Company allows Interest
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For six months..........
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HENRY W. BABSTOW
JOHN H. BROWER,
JAMES 0. BELL.
CHARLES L. FROST,
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SHEPPARD GANDY,
CHARLES CAROW,
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CEPHAS H.L NORTON.
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CORNS. W. THOMAS,
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EDMUND T. H. GIBBON
DANIEL DRAKE SM
ADRIAN B. HOLMES
JAK= D. HAry, Secretar
OFFICE OPF THE MEKCA
ANCE C
W IN CONFORMITY WIT
their Charter, the Company su
Amount of Premiums not market
Amount of Premiums on
April, 181, told April. 1818..
Total amount of Premiums..
The amount of Premiums mar
above,
On Marine Risks.................
On Inland Navigation Risk..

Leo Return Premiums.........
Earned Premiums for the Yea
Paid during th
For Marine Lossem.......
ForInland Navigation Lo
Re.insurance. Com
Expenses. and Bad Debts.....
Profits to be divided.....
Amount of Earnings of 1847...
S1848............
S1849.............
1850--
S 1850.............
1862...
183.....
Total for Seven Years.......
Less amount of Oertiflca
and B0 per cent. of 1861 paid

The Company farther report th
following A
United State Stocks, B
Stocks and other securities..
Bends and Mortgages.........
Bills Receivable... ...........
Cash and sundry account
or notes...................
Total assets...........
The Trusteeshave declared
PER CENT. on the nett earned
payable in Scrip, on and laft
ne
The Trustees have also resol
certificates of 1851 and 181. a
num. on and after Monday. 9t
standing certficates of prof
cent. of the outstanding certifi
to the holdersthereof. or the
aftes the 1th dayof August nex
sented and cancelled to the e
the Board W.V
TB US
JOSEPH WALKER,
THOMAS HUNT.
JAMES FREELAND.
HENRY SHELDON.
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Rail Read Mor
County
WE OFFI FOR SALE AT FAI
CU RITIBB of the most u
WA0.WOl MARIETTA and
MORTGAGOEEVEN PER CEN
redeemable
SttW.u COV1NOTON a
MORTOAGESEVEN PER O9
redeemable
495.,.0 7OVINGTON and
TERRIBLE FIX PER CKNT8..
Ingtun. redeemab
lI. FIRST MORTGAGE SEVEN
BONDS. redeem
*lsir..1 PERU and INDI
MORTGAGESEVFN PER OCE
rsdremablej
MliOwOClOrOand HOOKI
VEN PER CENT. FIRST
BONDS redeema
$500O00 OHIO and PENNS
CONVERTIBLE SEVEN PER CE
1,1
$W000 CLEVELAND, PAI
RAILROAD SECOND MOR
BONDS. redeemab
$100,000 WILMINGTON a
SECOND MORTGAGE CONVEY
BONDS, redeema
20000 BELLEFONTAINE
FIRST MORTGAGE CONVERT
BONDS, redeema
$K0,000 WASHINGTON COU
CENT. BONDS, rede
50.00 ATNENS COUNTY.
BONDS, redeemab
These two last are guarantee
nati Railroad Company. and mad
holders'
$80,000 CRAWFORD COUNTY
BONDF, guaranteed by the Oh
pany, and made Convertible i
1. 1
80,000 FAYETTE COUNTY,
BONDS, guaranteed by the May
Company. redeemal
$50,0 BOURBON COUNTY,
BONDS. guaranteed by the
25,000 BOYLE COUNTY, (
BONDS, guaranteed by the Lex
Company, redeem
$40.e00 MASON COUNTY, (
guaranteed by the Lexington
pany, convertible into Sto
$50000 CINCINNATI SIX
payable January 1 and July L
ry 1.
$150,000 CITY OF MARIETT
BONDS. guaranteed by the Mar
Company and made convertible
1 1
tO00 CITY OF MADISON
BONDS, guaranteed by the Co
road Companyandmade convert
ble Novemb
These Bonds arefor the sum
principal and interest, redeem
most cases lst July and
The payment of the Railroad
by a Deed of Trust tosome re
with power of sale
The County and City Bonds a
Sacts of the Legislatures of th
of the votes of th
The laws under which these
proper authorities to makee a
apart eclusnvelp to pay accr
sinking fund to redeem the pr
through the courts
These debts operate In the na
real and personal estate within
tiv
The Constitutions recently
prohibit absolutely the creati
ties or Cltles.This will prevent
We deem these securities goo
ments. We recommend the
Printed Exhilbita" giving
cas. can be had by a
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THE A
jFire Insura
OF
CITY OF

Proposed Capi

THIS COMPANY WILL BR
BUSINESS IMNt EDIATELY
THE REQUISITE
DIKrS
HENRY GRINNELL,
CALEB BARSTOW,
JOHN C. RYAN,
EDMUND PENFOLD.
HANSON K. CORNING
OGDEN HAGGERTY.
THOMAS MONAHAN,
HENRY BLOSSOM,
JOHN H. EARLE.
ALBERT WARD.
CHARLES EASTON,
LOUIS LORUT,
SAMUEL G. GLIDDE
JOSEPH TORREY,
THOMAS SCOTT.
A. R. TROTHINGHAM.
THOMAS F. YOUNG.
PAUL N. SPOFFORD.
WILLIAM C. STURGE8.

THE
Fire Insura

CAPITAL

Oee, 237T BROADWAY,
W- THIS COMPANY INSURE
ohandise. Ships and their car
ture and Personal property ge
by Pir. OHRISI
JOSIAH W. BAKER
WM. JAPFRAT
DIRECT
OhrI'r Champln, Joseph P
Francis A Palmer. T. K
Silas 0. Herring. Charles
Alexander Studwell, Josiah
John L Everett, J. T, De
Francis P. [Sboals, Josi
Oscar Varet, George P
Wm. H.Llvingeton, John B
Benjamin F. Oas, Edward
John Falconer, Thomas
George W, Plat, Thoe. H.
J. B. Lawrence, D. A. W
John Bodine. David L
Philo V. Beebe, Presto
Win. N. McIntyre, George
COLUJARIBI FI
NEW
Office 59 Ba
CORNER OF CO
HAS A CASH
$200
and WILL INSURE BUILD
PERSONAL PROPERTY, A
BY F
BENJAMIN D. BR
DIR R
Win. B. Renwick. B. G. Cl
M. Ward. Ja. Eng
A. F. Lagrave, B. Du
Jaa. Olwel, Gec W.
Edw. Eleworth. Geo. Har
Orison Blunt, Jas. L P
Joa. W. Meeke. Wm. F.
samL B. White. Ja. A
Bend. Collins. 0. V.
Chas, Denlson, Jr. Richard
John Armstrong. W. W. Oa
James Mathews, Samuel B
JamesE. Brush, EBbtB
JOHN C. BERG
ABK. W. KaslUp, l A
JAnus Mosc
f]hnucs HAmOnoa, Surveyo

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LION OF DOLLARS. continue
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LE BOUTTEILLi
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desirable styles of PL
ey have also a great variety
ABLE-and FIGUE) SILKS
BLACK ENG
Their stock ialso
B®E DE LAINIE-AL
GEIS-TISSUES-PRINTED
-AND OTHER
RIBB
In everyetydle a
THE EBR1BOIDE
Oontains Collars Handkerchle
Lace Collars.
Holery, Mitts. Laces
In KID GLOVES they ha
MAKEand all wrermaufa
60 CANA
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MIARBLEIZED IR
Columns, Tab

The Salamand
18 NOW OFFERING the abo
articles produced by them ar
ts oft
CHOICEST
Very superior in their finish
Having o
GOLD MI
for them at the last Fair of t
vite the attention of the p
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WAREROOMS, 818 B
B. F. &J, P. WILLIAMS, the
the manufactnr
J. RUSTON, the Financial
ment, to whom communica
feb

RICH FU

ff-1L.LIJ.7?
WOULD RE BPEWTIF
tion of buyers of FINEF
steak of his ow
Rosewood, M1la
Wal
Which he warrant el t
lower prices. No. 89 BOWBBY

RICH FU
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W OU3LD solicit the attention
sive and magnificent as
NITURE. of his own manufact
B lack Wa
Alo, his large importation
NITUkE in (
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READ & L
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STOCK AND BEXC
sTOMK8 BOUGHT AND
COLLEOTIONS made in al
ANADA on favorable term
ncrrVnewst Moest
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For Spring and

John JI. Davie
IMPORT
MEN'S FURNI
HAVE RECEIVED FEt
SPRING AND sUMME
adapted to their RETAI, trade,
tion ofpurchase
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flam e ao be redued Loany d
rOesL but little more than the
trouble Ito se, and are noL lia
factur-dln Brrlnla Metal
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PAPER D
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PULANTIC, an Invo ce ol 9t
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WILLIAM STEET. and con
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California a
D. L. RO
San ranch
FALiCONER,
Mlelbourne
AGENTS OF THE NEW YO
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Consignments of vessels an
Ross, Falc
my 121 4
Stationary &
A 1 *C CO., 7T NASS
ORDAR. offer for sale E
rltg Paer. Their stock is w
Bianlua
ACCOUNT
To this department of their
paid and to Insure prompme
recently added another L
establshment, well calculate
sunrance offices, and
Orders for complete or part
to pattern without delay
A. RUSSET. J. B
HUSSEY, BO
Commission,
BAN FRANCISCO, (and Ne
Rom TO-Georg
L.Ml% ;?Nr
Benjamin
Mason & T
Foster, Eliliot
It. L McCr
Edward Carrinston,
Alexander Brown
Birkhed
Lambert Gittige
Robert
John Masn CoPl
Commission Hous
T HE UUDERSIGNED
PARTNRBSBIP under t
HUSSEY, BO
.at .Melbourn
A cash capItal of ffty tho
aone half by HIU8EY, BOND
one half by Mr. JOHN H.
OARDS Jr. who will be the r
house. Theflrm is strlcty pl
Resident partna
J. B. BOND. No,
HBO
JOHN H,
an 174-m JOH
Sibbald'. Patent
pou
0O0 THE PR SERVAT
from scale, incrustation,
for leseLIrg the drger of t
for extending the duraiHlty
timbers of vessels. Ac. for wh
in thi ceutniry. Great Britain
Psirphbletcontaining descrit
States Navy Dtpartment and
100.1b. by
Sole Agent for New Yo
go.91 We
J. B. Klented Esq. late C
Steamship Arcrle, of *,'Colln's
tion to Steam Boilen. on apple

PBYFE
No. 323
Ar e now offering a arge a
Late Importa
French Pap
F
Interior D
Too E RE WITH
LACE AND !IUS
Window Cor
ALSO A LAltOA
CURTAIN MATERIALS
AT PRICES AS 10 sthe
my 17 WHOLSALS

RICH
PAPER M
A
BORD
IWENi Y CASES JUST
J OOBINTHIAN. and
Velvets & Gold,
c Ae, eFor sale by t
CHAB Mc
my 14 lz
NOT
THE OFFI
Mercantile Mutu
WILL BE REM
Granite Buildi
ON OR ABOUT THE IF
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ELECTRIC
The Hazard Po
UAVE JUST RECEIVED a &,
ouperiorSPORTING POW
GUNPOWDER,"manufacturedo
ranteed to be unexcelled by a
country o
bold by the principal retail d
sale at the office ofthe e a
street.______
AW'E wOOLO

WILSON G.
IJlPO
HAVE FOR NALE OF R
H EAVY COATINGS--Equlim
Ostrich Skin. oiUk and Wool
Sontag. Whbitneys and Petersha
yer sy.-or all the various c
tANKKStI--Buie. Scarlet
GERMAN BRoAD CLUTHSi
dium and double milled-a la
FAlCY OASiMEMEW AN
election of foreign and domes
constantly renewed by the new
VISTi'b ,&-In Velvet. Grenad
er fabrics, of new .t le
S atin IDehin~es. Sil and o
Lininngs an
osigedfor I ^^ "
fins. SO and
The Magneti
NEW-TORK OFCIOE, CORN
V BR STREETS, and in the M
MOUSE. Broadway. Entrance
Chmeres
I HK MA82NEPIC TELE
k purpose of the further a
keep pacet wit the rapidly
and enable their agents to
promptitude all msge that
ueavy expenditure for construo
tdand inacetive operaton, two
Poes and Telegrahic'Wfr
wt m mermy ofm WANGTON
with le reas from E
oreoas ym P/iifedei/
UICONi by theowtler llt
are two wrthe whole ditan
tfoasat Wilmington. Trenn
Newaik. Jersey City. Havre
New o
With SEVEN WIRES, as above
prompt delivery, this Compan
toaalthemselves of the uca
mode of communicating with
d istt aitlies. an extend' of
led by any other li
TELEGRAPHING, but recently
a systematic and reliable me
of hundreds of thouans of do
trough I
PRICES-For the tranemisson
siveof date, address and sign
made, the prices are from
cents, to PHILADELPHIA ts
MORE or WASHINIGTONjIftit