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Title: New York times and commercial intelligencer
Alternate Title: New York times & commercial intelligencer
Physical Description: 5 v. : ; 67-71 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: N.T. Eldredge
Place of Publication: New York N.Y
Creation Date: January 18, 1839
Publication Date: 1838-1840
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- New York (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- New York County (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- New York -- New York -- New York
Coordinates: 40.716667 x -74 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the New York Public Library.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 178 (Oct. 22, 1838)-v. 5, no. 760 (Aug. 29, 1840).
General Note: Democratic. Cf. Fox, L.H. New York City newspapers.
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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 Related Items
Related Items: Weekly times (New York, N.Y. : 1840)
Related Items: New York times, and commercial intelligencer, for the country
Preceded by: Times, and commercial intelligencer
Succeeded by: Evening star (New York, N.Y. : 1833)
Succeeded by: New York times and evening star (New York, N.Y. : Daily)

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PUBLISHED BY N. 'T. ELDREDGE-NO. 45 WILLIAM-STREET. "PRESERVE AN Hi-NOT nFTOY."


VOLUME I. NEW YOKI, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 18, 1839.

W- 1 e-l-l r -A rf-i PASSAGE FROM fr-w R'- >. -aN AN ra


NEW )I YORLK AjNDI AVU' ILPOUL PAUJ+,k;'-t' !S.--l"IIL'"l kUNUlZ4, IIIELAIND A IN CT LAND.


The Proprietors of the several Lines of Packets between New York and Liverpool Iave ariang(d fox thei
sailing from each port on the ist:.7ti, 13tht, l9th, an i25tlh uf every mouth; the ship to succeed each other in the ol-
owing order, via:
SHIFs. CAPTAINS. DAYS OF SAILINGG iOM MEW YORK. DAYS OF SAILING FROM UVBRPOOL.
Pennaslvania ........ Slnlth. .... u......Jul.....arch 7 Aug. 25.....Dec. ......April
Saint Andrew........ Thonmpson.... 13...... 3 13 1......May I
Orpheus .............. Bailey......... --. ---- ..... .... 7"
Rosiil(n :w)........ Collins ........ 25 ...... ...... 25
Ca nbrilge........ Bursley....... Aug ......De. ...... I .... 19...... 19
Inlep ndence........ Nye.......... 7: 7 ...... 7 125 : .... 25...... 'n 1
Verginian.............. Ilarris......... 3...... ...... 13 Oct. I.. b. I......une
Oxftrd .............. Rathbone. .' ...... 19...... 19 7...... 7...... 7
Kid-lorn .............. B.ritt ....... 25 25..... 5 13.... 13..... 13
NorthnAmerica....... lmie ........ Spt.......n. 1...... May 1 19...... 1...... 1
tnscoe-............-.. -lang........ 7... 7.... 7 ..25...... 2..... 2
44 13*;::; 1.3 ... ...: 13 Nov. I ...... March I:::Ju y I
Sheffield ......... ....- Alei .......... ......
E imopl- ..-. .......... irshitall......... 1 ...... J...... 19
Sheridan............. Peirce...... 25...... 25 13..... 13...... 13
Co0t m::hu....:. C o p p e r ... ... G et. 1 ... F e b I ...... J u n e 1 1 1 9. .... it 1 9 ... ... it
Loltnbis..........."Cropper.. :"::.Oct..1...
Giorje Washington.. Holdrege.. 7 ..... 11 7...... D 25.... 25.
United State........... toldrege...... 13...... 13...... 1 13 Dec ......April ......g.
South Americad....... Barstow....... 19 ...... .... 7... 7
Gurrick ............. P2mer...... 2..... 25 ......
Enjst-m,. ........... Waite......... No. l ...... ...... 19
T a ships are all ef the ft clasa, anl ably cmlnamded, with elegant aco mnins tr asengr. Th
price of sage rm ew YVark to1 iverool, is Axel at40, and from .ierpool to New York, at 35 guieas, Inl
ing wines, stores. n i belt ling. "4ctltlar the Captains nor Owiners will be responsible fox any lers, parcel, or
packtages, i'nless regular Bills of Lling are signed trefor.
APentsfs ships L)uf-r-A. North .nercla, B rope, Colbus, th eri nd, Oheusd C.tmridge-
OODtIUE & NwYork.
C. H. MIAROHALL.
B4RIN.Q. BROTHERS & CO. Liverpool.
Ageent tor. ships St.Andrew, Virglman. heffeld, and United taref+
RoBERT KERMIT, Nrw York.
T. & I. SANUS & CO. Liveriool.
Agent for ships Pennsylvania, Independence, Rooe and Getu g Was0. eYoon-
GRINNEILL, MINTIR New York.
WILDES, PICKERSG,.L & CO. Liverpool.
Agents for ships Roscius(new), Siddons Sheridan and Garrick-
E. K. COLLINS & CO. New York.
WM. & JAS. BROWN ; iverool.


STEAM SHIP GREAT WESTERN-1310 toa.
JAMES HOSKEN, R. N Commander.
BETWEEN NEW YORK & BRISTOL
In consequence of resin
solicitations from a number o
passengers and merchant
Sthe sailing days of the above
ship have been altered, an
she is now appointed to sa
for the p18resen y r fo
FROM BRISTOL. FROM YORK.
19th January
9th March 3d Aril
27th April ay
15th June 10th July
3d August 28t Angust
21st September 16th October
9th November 4th December.
Fare to Bristol, in main saloon and cuddy state rooms, 3
guineas-in fore or lower saloon, 30 guineassteward's fees
1 10-Children under 13 and servants, halfprice.
No second class or steerage passengers taken.
For freight or passage from ew ork aly to
J3 RICH RD IRV Front t.
LONDON LIAN 0 E ALAETb.


To sail on I tmi lt, 'Oth and 20th of every month
This Line of Packets will her be compusct of thn
following Ships which will succeed each Qthern the or
derin whici th y are named, sailing punctually Im NYor
aeld Portasioutth on the Ist, 10lhand 20tb, anl from London
on the 7th, 17th antd 27th of every monil thro-glioutthe
year, iz:
From New York.Lcndon P-Ttsmoud
(Jan. 1 (Feb 17 F 1Feb.
ST.JAMES,W.5.Sebor IJMa J. 17
Sept. 1 Oct. 17 Oct. 2
Jan. 10 Feb. 27 March
MONTREAL, Griffng 10 June 7 July
Sept. 10 Oct. 7 N
Jan. 20 March 7
GLADIATOR, Brittn May uly 7
Sept. I0 March 7 Nov.
Feb. 1 March March 2
MEDIATOL,Clhamplin June Juy 7 Jy 2
Oct. 1 Nov. 9 Nov. 2
Feb. 10O March 27Apil
QUEBEC, Hebard June 10 July 2 A
Oct. 10 Ap 27 ec.
WEtLINGT ON, Feb. 20 April 7 April 1
1). Chad wick June 20 Aug. 7 Aug. 1
Oct. 20 I)ec. 7 Dec.
PHILADELPHIA, March 1 April 17 April 2
Morgan July 1Aug. 17 Atg 2
Nov. 1 Dec. 17 Dec. 2
lach 10 April 27
SAMSON, a9turgee July 10 Auu. l7 pt.
Nov. 10 Dec. 27 Jea.
PRESIDENT, March 20 May 7 May
J. M. Chadwick 4 aly 20 Sept. 7 1Sept. 1
(Nov 20 (Jan. 7 Jan.
April May 17 May 2
ONTARIO, I[uttleson < Ang. 1 Spt. 17 Sept. 2
(Dec. 1'Jan. 2
SApril 10 Ma Ju
TORONTO, Griswold, Aug. 10 Oct.
tDec. 10 (Jan. 7 (Feb.
WESTMINSTER, April 20 June 7 June 1
Moore Aug. 20 Ot. 70ct.
(Dec. 20 Feb. 7(Fe.
These ships are all of thle first class, about 600 tons our
Ctien, an-1 are commanded by able and experienced naviga
tors. Great care will be takenthalthe eds, wines,stores,
&c. are of the best losciption.
The rice ofcabin passage, is now fixed at 8140outward,
fot each a-lult, which includes wines and liquors. Neither
t he captains nor owners of those packets will be rosponsi-
ble for any letters, parcels or packages sent. 1y them un-
ess regular Bills o f Lading are signedtherefor. Applyto
JOHN GRISWOLD,
70 South streRt, New ork, or to
GRINNRLL, MINTURN & CO
m1l4 Iv 134 Front street or


oL)U ItNE OPF LVCKPOOL PAC ITS


The Ol Line of Pa-kets for Liverpool will herafter be
despatche'l iil the following orde,,exceKitIng thatwlenthe
sailing day falls on Sunday, the s Ips will sail on tle sue-
qceding day,viz. F Liverpool.
fhe ORPIIHEUIIS, uly 19 an
575 tone,
).G. Batley ; Mar I St 7
Ship CAMBRIDGE, Ag 1 Sept 18
l50 tons, a Dec I J'n I
Ira Bursley; pril Apray 19
he OXFORD, Aug 1 Ot 7
800 D 19 Fb s,7
R'thbnne; April 19 Jane 7
The NORTH ARNICA, Oct 19
610 tons,an Fob 19
W.E.loxie; May June 10
he EUROPE. Set S 9 Nov 7
618 tons, JIn 7
E.G.Mlarshall; MiY 19 July 7
Tne COLUMBUS. / Ot Nov 19
663 tons, Mar 19
F. A. Depeyster; June I July 19
The SOUTH AMERICA, Oct 19 Dec 7
6ti6tor,s Feb 19 April 7
W.C. Barstow; .lne 19 Aug 7
The ENGLAND, Nov 1 Bc: 19
730tons, Mar I April 19
B.L.Waite; Jul 1 Aug 1
TlieaS ships are all ofthe frsclasj, commanrlel by ien
oftll ir,ct -r and experience, and are furnisholwitli stres
of tithet'Jt k'nd- Every attention wll be paid to pa&aeir
g ,p.tI promote theire.,infortani co venicnce. Therate
of pas5a2e outward is fixed by an understanding wih the
proipri -tors of the other lines, at 8140, including winea,and
stores ofevery description.
All Letters by these ships will hereafter be charged
wvih l t1 e.'its pnsltsge per single sheet, and duble LCttrs
aol t'c Is in proportion.
N'eith.er lhe captains or owners ofthese hips will be re-
spo~nsible for any letters,parcel, or parkafes sent by
tlh Ln intl-ess regular Billsof Lading are siigd therefor.
For freithltror ot;,ie.:ipp!yto GOODHITE & C. and
C. II. M.ARSIIALL S4 SoufliF1 Nrw ork.
aS anito, B ltI.W"- BROTHERS & CO. Livprpo'l
NEW LINE OF LIVERPOOL PAClEETs.


To sailfroin Now uork ontho 2tth, and. Livepool on
he 13th ofeach e onth.
FnOM NEW YOKR.
Ship StTERII)AN,Capt J. A. Pirce 25tb Snptember.
Ship GARRICK, Capt. N, B P tiner, 25th 0,;iober.
New siip) ROCIUS, Capt..lohn Colli s.32lI Novempet
Ship SIUDDONS,Capt. Alex. lritton,2th December.
1FaiM LIVERPOOL.
Ship SIDDONS,13th Ociober.
Ship SiIERII)AN. l3h November.
Ship GARRICK 3th December.
Newship tO.SCIUI, 3lh Januarv.
These ships are of the firs! class, upwatil? of 8OO tons
hbrnhen, built lntheciiyofNew Yo k,with si imrovc-
mcnts as to cmhbine reat apeelwith unrsualcot fort for
passengers. Every care has b,'en takcn ini t'e arrangc-
mient of their accoutnolai,-ns. The prict of passagt'
hence is $140. for wvich ain!le stores, inclll-'gwinp &c,
will be provide id T'Iese ships will be citnianled by ex-
perioncel naaterz, wile will every ex:rtin togive
general satis.factio,n. Neilcr the capt.ins orownrs of
these ships wi II ie accountable for any letters. parcels or
packages sent by them, unless rcu'ar ill- ot liiig are
signed therefore. For freight or assage apply !0
E. K COLLIN & ()o
F5i South st.,N. Xnrk.or to
a29 WM. & .JAS. BRO N N CO(. Liveronnl.
FREIGHT AND PASSAGE FROM, AND REMITTANCES
TO, IRE.AND,


BY WEEKLY OPPORTUNI IES FROM LIVERPOOL.
Office, 67 South street.
Persons desirous of sending for their friends to Ireland,
cai nowinake arrangements with the subscribers for theii
passage, in first class ships sailing weekly from Liverpool.-
Forthe immediate purpose of remitting with safety. Drafts
will be given directly on the RoyalBank of Ireland'o those
feeling uesirons of sending sums of money to their friends,
avoiditug a connexion with any agency or agencies through
tie provinces, payable at the following branches, free ofdis-
cu,.iit or charge, viz :
lt Arnagh, Ballina, Ballinisoe, Bandon, Belfast. Ballyme-
na, Boyl], Castlebar, Cavan, Clifken, Colerain, Cork, Cones,
Diougannon, Ennis, Enniscorthy, Enniskillen, Fermoy, Gal
wva, Kanturk, Kilkenney, Kllarney, Kilrush, Kinsalp, Lim-
e.'ick, Mondotlerry, Lon; ford, Loughrea, Mallow, f enagi,
New Ross, Ornagh, Parsonstown, Ro.common, Roscrea,
Skinhereeu, Siigo, Strabans, Strokestown, Thomastown,
Thnrler, Tipperary,Tuam, Waterford, Wexford.


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TRANSANATLTIC STEAM SHIP COMPANY.
NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL.

The regular days of saying
of the Steam Ships ROYAI
WILLIAM and LIVERPOOI
are fixed as follows:

The ROYAL WILLIAM, Lieut. Wm. Swainson,
FROM ILIVERPOOL, FROM NEYORK,
15th Dec. 1838. l6th Jan. 139.
The LIVERPOOL, 1839, Lieut. R. J. Fayrer,
FROM LIVERPOOL, FROM NE YORK,
10th January 5th February
let March 26th March
19th April 14th May
7th Juno 2d July
26th July 20th August
13th September 8th October
1st November 26th Novemhe
20th December
The ROYAL WILLIAM will leave Liverpool as above
mentioned, and sail from New York on the 14th January.
Her character for speed and safety are already well estab-
lished. She is divided into sections by water tight iron hulk
heads, which plan has given such security and confidence
to the public.
TheLIVERPOOL is a splendid and powerful new Steam
Ship, 1158 tons burthen and 468 horse power. Her cabin
accommodations are in the most improved style for the
comfort and convenience of passengers.
Fare to Liverpool, in the after cabin, Thirty-five Guineas
($163,33); in fore cabin, Thirty Guineas ($140), for which
wines and all stores are furnishd. Childrenunder 13, and
servants, half price. No second cabin passengers taken-
An experienced Surgeon will accompany each vessel.
Letters will be charged 25 cents per single sheet-large
letters in proportion. A bag willbe appropriated to letters
for the Continent of Europe, which, in addition to the ship's
m6ney. will be charged with the regular English postage
from Liverpool to the port of departure from E ngland to the
Continent, which port should be designated on every letter.
For passage or freight from New York apply personally
or by letter to ABM- BELL & CO- Agents,
d31 12m 28 Pine street.


'HAVRE PACKETS-UNIO N LINE


To sail from New York on the 8th, 16th, and 34th, and from
Havre Ist, 8th and 16th of every month.
FROM NEW YORK. FROM HAVE.
Nov. 16 Jan.
March 8 Ship LOUIS PHILLIP, J. Castoff,April 16
June 24 August 8
2 Nov 24 Jan. 8
March 16 Ship SULLY, D. Li
.Ily 8 Aug. 16
Dec. 8 Jan. 16
March 24 Ship BURGUNDY, John Rockett. May 8
July 16 Sept 1
Dec. 16 Fe. 1
April 8 Ship RITONE, J. A. Wotton. May 16
July 24 (Sept. 8
De)Feb
ApriDe. 2416 Ship DUCI. D'ORLEA 1
Aug. 8 A. Richardon.
Jan. 8 )e. 16
April 24 Ship VILLE DELYON, lard, June 8
Aug. 16 Oct. 1
Jan. 16) arch 1
May 8 Ship FRANCOIS ler,Wi. W.Pell. J 16
Aug. 24 Oct. 16
Jan. 24) March 8
May 16 Ship EMERALD, Wm. B. Orne. July 1
Sept.Oct. 16
May 24 Ship SILVIE DE SE, G
Sept. 16 L. Weideroldt. July
Feb. 16 April
June 8 Ship POLA' D, C.Anthony. 16
Fept. 24 NO.
F 24) 'April 8
June 16 Ship ALBANY, J. Johnston. A ug. 1
Oct. 8 Nov. 16
These vessels are all of the first class, and a oly command-
ed, with elegant accommodations for passengers, c.(unpriring
eluding innes and stores of every description.
to either of the subscribers at New York, will be forwarded
by the packets free of all charges except those actually in-
curredi
C. BOLTON FOX & LIVINGSTON, 22 Broad st.
WM. WHITLOCK, Jr., 46 South st. n6
NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL REUULAIL L1AE uF
PACKET SHIPS.


OLD ESTABLISHED PAS-AGE OF ICl;
For Cabin and Stepra e p-_ss3tsere to and fron E&igland
Ireland. Scotland anWId (via Liverpool.)
61 South-street, near Wall-street. N. Y.
The subscribers having coinletcc their arransemrnti
in the United Kingdom wit h Agent? of the firseeclabi
lity, beg leave to return theii grateful thank to their many
and extended friends, for the support they have hitherto
received. [I.piug they will still nerita shsre "((hf pub-
lie patronage, they wi h to inform their Old Country
friends residingin the IUnited 'ates and the Capadasthat
thecy are novw prepared to make ungaeieiits tobring out
Passengers with quick despaich boardd Firs! Class Pack.
et Shtpl., leaving Liverp ol wct kly. Pee oni ending for
their friends may rely thatthention will be
shown then. E'lragomoents c. be male tland te Pas-
s,,tigrrs at the folowng ports viz-
New York, Boston, Philadeiphia, B ltimore, New Orleans
Mobile and Queec.
Draftsgiven forth accommno'aiion of the passengers.
A rareiementa can aiso be ruartn with the uhscribers
for the Importdiion of Merchandlze by I heir inc.
The cominunicaiion is now lrouyhf so close by tle
Steam Ships bf'twneti this Port and Eng .nd. that those
sending 'or heir friend haves i vierv fcility-and an, usual
In all cases where t'e persons sent fordacline comie the
inoneyis refunded to the e from whom it was received.
Passage nCetificate; and tIraflscan be forwan'ebl the
Packel Ships sailing hence for Liverpool on the lsr.7th
13thl, 19tl, anl'25lh ofeacli month, and by the %lebm ships
For t.lrther par-ticulars, apply by letter, post paid,or a
thee office of thesubsciberF.
HERMI)IA & KENAN,
61 Saai .near Wall st.
N. B.--Thln subscrihrs heg !t state. that in addition lo
the above tIey are Agents for the regular Packet aps
salting as follows:
Fur LONDON, on the I st, 10th, an 20ti ofeach month.
LIVERPOOL, on the stl. 7th, 13th, 19t, and 5tt of
each month.
NEW ORLEANL, Weekly.
MOBII,, do.
SAVANNAH, do.
CIIARLESTON, do.
Passengers coining fromtite country can havctheir bag
gagestored free of expense untilthe ship sails, and their
provisions put tp on moderate terms.
We also bcgItosrate that wo are ever ready to give any
infornrmionr in our power to einigranl in ieltion to th
Public Works in this couTttry, as well as thp loalfon of
Land for sale. WeV would be glad to receive any commu.
nicalir nsfroilm R.-tid-tnt Ls imn1holdersand Hjperidtendants
af Public Works on ih- subiect. s24
TO MERCHANTS-The subscriber having been
elevenyears constantly and attentively engaged in
& the fr-.iLhnrti of goods and merchan ise, to and
from various ;. l- now offers to contract for the freigh
of any quantity of goods and merchandise to or from any
port in the world, at less rates than any other person, and
those who have freight to dispose of either in large or
small quantities, will find it decidedly for their interest to
apply to ROBERT ELWELL'S Despatch Line, 50 South st.
Vessels of various descriptions are constantly loading for
various ports, and their prompt dispatch and low rates of
freight warrant a preference. Three fine ships are now
loading for New Orleans and Natchez-the former are ta-
king light freight at five cents.
All goods from out ports shipped free of commisriion.
022 12m
PASSAGE FROM GREAT BRITAIN AND
IRELAND.--Persons wishing to send for their
friends from any part of England, Irelawd,
land or Wales, can enter into engagements with the sub-
scriber for their passages in first chss American slips sail-
ing fromm Liverpool every week throughout the seaso ; anI
those wishing to remit money to their friends, ill be fur-
nished with drafts on the Bank of Ireland National Bank ot
Scotland, R. C. Glyn & Co., London, Fitz Hugh & Co. Grim-
shaw, Iiverpool, &c. Applicationto be made to
o19 If SAML. THOMPSON, 273 Pearl-st.
or'i) R EW ORI E k N\
LOUISIANA AND NEW YORK LINE OF PACKETS.


To, sail 1st.7th l3th1, 193;hand '5lhi of ach il'iiIronm f
,arch port. T ,ieShlp; to succeA each olter i the lol I
lowing order,vi
Ship [tl[N'T'V!LI.E, 1'dr
N As 1VI!i.,E, Wood, 130i, I
'n LOUISA Trumtn .n 1
O n' EN L on. I.nn .


Mr, JAMES D. ROCHE, one of tle firm of Rochc, Brothers
& Co. of this city, has sailed Iy the Siddonson the 2th in-
stant, to transact business for the House in Great Britain and
Irelaind during the ensuing spring. After visiting Scotland
and Ireland, he will devote the greater part of his time in Li-
verpool, superintending the forwarding of passengers whose
passage has, or may be, paid for here, in the most comfortable
manner that circumstances will admit,Jby the ships in con-
nection with this Ilouse, all of which are American oftlse first
class, and will leave Liverpool weeklyruringthe ensuingsea-
son. Persons throughout the United States, wishing to send
for their friends, resident in England, Ireland or Scollandhlave
now an opportunity of so doing, with advantages very seldom
to be had, as Mr. J D. R., being one of the frm, wll not only
see them comfortably forwarded, but will he ready to give
them that advice, &c. in Liverpool, which will prevent tTem
as strangers, from being imposed on there. These aie ad van
taces which must lie important to the emigrant while onhis
way, and, no doubt, will bhe prreciated by their friends
throughout the Union. Terms of passage from Liverpool to
New York, 16 dolla,'s..children under ten years, half price. On
the receipt of the amount at the above rate, with the names
and residences of the persons in theOld Country, we shall for-
ward a certificate entitling them to a passage; and in the
event of the persons engaged for not coming out, the money
will be returned to the party who paid it here. Apply or ad-
dress, if by letter post paid, to
J5 2w ROCHE. BROTHERS & Co, 67 South St.
APALACHICOLA PACKETS.


New ship FLORIDIAN, Wm Pratt, master.
New ship ADEI.INE, I. S. Done, master.
Ship WASHINGTON IRVING, P. W latham, master.
New ship -- E. Talot, master.
These vessels are of light draft of water, built expressly
for the trade, of the best materials, copper fastened and
coppered, with handsome accommodations, and will sail
punctually as advertised-when the day of sailing falls on
Sunday, the ship will sail on the Monday following. The
price of passage is 50, withoutliquors. All god forward
ed to the subscribers will be shipped free ofcommission.
J5 E. D. HURLBUT & CO., 81 South st.
MOBILE PACKETS.


New ship -- R. 11. Post, master.
New ship COTTON PLANTER, C. R. Dnan, master.
Now ship EDWINA, F. West, mnater.
Ship IIECTOR, D. R. Post, master.
Ship LORENA, J. Urquhart, master.
Ship TUSKINA, F. W. Spencer, master.
Ship ALABAMIAN, W. W. Ianc, master.
Ship JOHN BARING, -- master.
Ship JUNIOR, W. H. Williams, master.
Ship ELISHA DENISON, G. West, master.
Ship ST. JOHN, G. H. Hitchcock, master.
The line will consist of eleven ships, which will enable us
to dispatch three vessels month, when the trade requires
it. These ships are of the first class, built expressly for the
trade, of the best materials; coppered and copper fastened,
with extensive and handsome accommodations, and com-
manded by by experienced masters, and will sail punctu-
ally as advertised-when the day of sailing falls on Sunday
the ship will sail on the Monday following. The priceis$50
without liquors. All goods forwarded tothe subscribers
will be shipped free ofcommisqion.
J5 E. D. IIURLBT & CO. 84 South st.


PENSACOLA PACKETS.


New brig ESCAMBIA, Dunham, master.
NNes- -
These vessels are of l.ght draft of water, built of the be!
materials, coppered, w:th handsome accommodations,an
will sail punctually as advertised. The price of passage i
850, without liquors. All goods forwarded to the subscr
bers will be shipped free ofcommission.
J7 E. D. HURLBUT & CO. 84 Soth st.
FOR NEW ORLEAN.--[Holmes' Line.1-T
d sail from New York and New Orleans every 2
& Monday during the season, commencing with th
ORLEANS on tne 17th September.
Ship ORLEANS, Sears,............ .99 tons
ALABAMA, Berry,.......... ..474
ARKANSAS, Dennis......... 627
KENTUCKY, Bunker,.........629
New ship PANTHER, Ashby............--
These ships are all of the first class and will be insure. a
the lowest rates. They are of a light draught of water, an,
well adapted to this trade, and will be always towed up an
down the Mississippi by steamboats.
They have handsomely furnished accommodations. A]
stores of the best description will be provided, with the ex
ception of wines and liquors, none of which are kept or
board for either passengers or crew.
SILAS HOLMES, 62 South street.
N. B.-The ships of this line are not accountable for i h
breakage of glass, castings, hollow ware marble or granite
cooperage of tin, nor rust ofiron or steel. 30
CHARLESTON PACKETS-UNION LINE.


This line is composed of the following vessels, vi.
Brig TYBEE, Thos. K. Herbest, master.
SUN, George Brown, master.
'' PLANTER, J. Surtess, master.
LAWRENCE, Hull, Iaster.
STAR, W. Hull, master.
GEORGE, B. Hull, master.
MOSES, DI). brown, master.
TIhe above named vessels are equal to any of their clas!
out of this port, and will insure at the lowest rates. Thn
are commanded by men who are first rate pilots and ofgrca
experience in the trade; who will spare no exerio ac
commodate and give satisfaction.uperior a
extensively furnished accommodations for passengers, whi
will receive every kindness and requisite attention. Oneo
the above packets will sail for Charleston from the ast siI
of Burling slip every four days throughout the season.
All goods from the country directedto tie care of thE
Agent will be forwarded without delay, and no commission
charged. For freight or passe apy on board, east side
Burling slip, or to GEO. B Agent,
n6 ly 8q South street.
CtlMcKIM l .IAJL L L NEmI t IA 1j ; I Pl 1 A( L'1Z.


The following vessels composite above Lin ofPackets:
Brig DIMON,Frederick e herwood, master.
BrigCORDELIA, Francm Sherwood, master
New Rrig ASILE J. pik mastr
N.M tsig1 PERRY, Ilamtrt, n, aslr.
The above are all first class vessels, built expressly for
this Irade. and commannded hy experienced masters. Their
accomnmodat iornI- fr passengers area xteniive and common
dioug, and exertion will be made to please shippers a d
passengers Ail goodsforwarded.o the subscribers will
be shipped free ofcfini fone.
JOSEPTUTINKI & IA r. D1MON,
6 1 South sreet, up tiers. or
,nh27 WM. CALDWE*AL&sONA, Agents. Charlegto
WIL.MINGTON, (N. C.) NEW ISE OP PACKV I,.


This Line of Packets will hereafter be composed of the
following vessels, sailing from New York punctually as ad
vertisep, viz:
New Brig DESPATCII, G. Ddring, master.
New Sclhr. ALFRED F. TiiORN, Sanford, master.
Klchr. CHARLES E. TFHORN, W. J. Tyler, master
Sclhr. REGUIILS, C. Mills, master.
Schr. ORAL, S. R. Davis, master.
The above are all first class copper fastenedvessels built
expressly fobr this trade, very fast sailers, commanded by
able and experienced navigators, and will run regularly to
and from Wilmington throughout tle year.
The detention of vessels at New VorK, onga(l in this
trade, having heretofore been a reat and just cause of com-
plaint, the subscriber is desirous of removing the ,aie by
despatching a vessel of this line every nine days, and to f-
feet Ihe permanent establishment of such regulationsin
their days of sailing as will give entire satisfaction to the
shippers; and as further induce Ihem to give the prefn-
rence to tile vessels of this line over transient vessels-
which preference they are jusly entitled to as regular
packets throughout the year-I guaranty that they shall in-
variably sail on the day appointed, full or not full, and take
freight, when opposed to any transient vessel, at such rates
as will idsu'e the support and preference fall merchants
engaged in this trade, both non resident an(! resilient ship,
pers, and when opposed to a regular packet, at tlh custom-
ary rates, or at the same rates as taken by such regular
vessel.
The subscriber feels grateful for the liberal support and
patronage which this Line las always received from the
date of its first e -tabMishment, (seven years since,) anr res-
pectfully solicits a continuance of public favor; and in re-
turn begs leave to assure all shippers, that while no exer-
tions to please and give perfect satisfaction shall be wanting
on his part, he will not solicit their treigl in any other way
than through iis advertisements, which he again assures
them they can rely upon with a certainty ofth vessels
sailing as stated in then, unless detained bywindor ea-
ther.
All goods forwarded to the subscriber will be shipped
free of commission, or any other expense, except what is
actually occurred.
Insurance by any of the vessels of tlisline, warranted at
the very lowestrates,
For freight or passage, all the hbove vessels having hand-
some accommodations, applv to
BROWN & POTTER 93 Wall,
J3 if corner of South str.et-
N.JERSEY RAIl. RO \i) AND T h NN-rPfRTATION CO
WINTER ARRANGEMENT.
COMMENCING SEPT 3d, 1838-New York, Newalk
Eiisabethtown, Rahway,and.New Fruu-wick.



J -rrev City to Newark 37j c-nts, r,'izthetitow, 50 cia
Rahlway 621 cents. New Brun;wicb $1
Passengers who prcr -re their Tkicets at the Tickc
offices receivna Ferrv ticket gratig.
NEW Vt IN I RA
(v Ewrv .i', -epE Sunlay
L are New VYork at A. :l 4' P M
Leave New ftirisvwi. 1i a7 A-M. an 1 2 P. M.
NEVW. Ki KACCOMM
(t;.'ry day., ecet n'a.
rrE.,VE NE;'-'OROK. VE EAK
Am ,ci,, k, A. M. .
At i in'cl:lt. A. -. At 'lC.A..
A'"' lcnk, P. 5M. l 'lck .
Af4 'erl ct P. '.. ,
At b O'clo,.,ii P. XV. t 'c!ck, P .
Ar 5i o'cl-ck, P.M.
NER ARIC NIGiti I..T Hre
(Eve ry niaht exca ay
Les.ve New York-At 9 ani iL'cloc. .
Lca.e Newark--At olok, P
r'are in the Nih, Le 3 Ces.
Tie )Office in New York is at he i-t of Corand ;.
immediately a,,ioiti(Fg the iih sr
pnicrt.a ly a' the above nae hor. \t Newar f
fice is at t:o Depot, fot nrt slrtn i t w
Brunsv.'ik at lhe swartn ce of th Tai
The lovn Track in the cy of Nrnr v bc
m'tierilertr. 'ir"l Passner's will i c.rri to nrl Im e
Depoi to i:uesi the arrival and d2prtr ftli Trr
i e, mrt *ah.


v .- *. v- LJ... 'L
LECTURES & LESSONS
IN ELOCUTION, ENGLISH GRAMMAR AND COPO
TION- By PROFESSOR BARBER.
r.- Lecturea anti Lessons in ELOUTIO, ENGLISH GR
MAR and COMPOSITION, are ghen by Professor Barber at
rooms, 184 Duane street, to individual and classes evi
day from ten A M. to 9 o'clock il the EVENINO Ter
known by applying as above. A chnmencing class w
meet in a few evenings. TA RING andotherimp(
ments in speech, removed. J3t
lr- iETNA FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF N
YORK.-New York, Nov- 10th. 18.-A Dividend of T
percent. on the capital stock of tis Company has this c
been declared, payable to the Stockholders or their Ie
representatives on and after the 15th inst. The trans
book.closed until 15th inst.
By order of the Board of Direcors.
n123m HENRY LOTT Secretry
t ~ I.A FkVETTE BANK OF THE CITY OF NE
YORK.-Dividend.-A dividend of Four per cent. on I
capital has this day been declared, which will be payable
the stockholders on and atte 2d day of January next
The Transfer Books will be closed from the yth insta
till that time. Byordorofthe Board.
ALFRED COLVILL, Cashier
December 24th, 1838. (127 In
"Q- JENNING'S REFRIGERATOR, COOLER
SAFE -To Families, Hotels, Butchers, Victualler, Stea
boats and Packet Ships, they are ofTreat use and ecoiion
preserving, by means of a few pounds office, all articles n
ced in them. Factory, 300 BROADWAY.
N. B.-A constant supply on hatd, and all articles wa
ranted.
All orders promptly executed
2ftf G & W. II. JNNISON
IC- CAR)D--THE WASHIMTON HOTEL havi
been thoroughly repaired and fitted up in a comfortal
manner, the subscriber is reay to make arranger
with families for the winter. A(so transient hoarders c
be accommodated upon reasonable terms. N.CARR,
d3tf Wash ngton Hotel,263 Broadway, N.


SANDS, TURNER, FOX & C0.,
59 Pinc street
IMPORTERS OF IRISH LINENS
AND BRITISH DR Y GOODS. 7


S. S. TIPTON,
ATTORNEY AT L W,
LOGANBFPOT, INDIANA. J3Cm
ACCOUNT BOOK
MANUPFACTORY,
100 FiTLTON, CORNER OF DCTCH STREET.
n3~ Every description of Stationery and Blank Boo
manufactured to order. L. FRANCIS. J
NEELY'S SCHOOLBOOK WAREHOUSE
MUSIC STORE. AND
KNICKERBOCKER CIRCULATING LIBRARY
221 and 223 BLEECKER STREET. d25
GEORGE F. NESBITT.
STATIONER AND PRINTER,
Tontine Building, corner of Wall and Water s
Has constantly for sale a General A9sortment of
BLANK BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
Uniform sets of MERCIIANTS' AND TRADERS' ACCOUNT Boo
Made to order and Ruled to any given pattern.
Printing, Binding, and Ruling, executed in all i
varieties. .9
REEVE & SHERWOOD,
DEALERS IN
CARPETING AND FLOOR CLOTHS,
French Table and Piano Covers, 4-c Js
157 and 159 Chatham street, (opposite Mulberry.)
B. F. Reev,
J. W. Sherwod, NW YORK. n63
NEW YORKAZAAR
FOR PLAIN AND FANCY PAPER BOXES
OF ALL KINDS AND SIZES, IN EVERY STYLE,
AND FOR ANY LINE OF BUSINESS WHATEVER
121 FILTON STREET,
Three doors from Nssau street,
NEW YORK.
E3- City and country merchants will find constantly
very large stock on hand. They can be accommodated
short notice to any size or any quatity they please; alsc
by shipping them in so profitable a packingas may be desire
to any partof America.
Real genuine Cologne Water. imported from Germany,
a most superior quality-will satisfy every purchaser.
Also, j u st rer eived by late arrivals, a fine lot of
COLORED FANCY PAPERS. n83r
M. P t'II RN,
STATIONER, PRINTER, AND BLA*\K BOOK
MANUFACTURER.
NA 1 N'a.sau. corner of Wa11-strepl


BAXTER & BROTHER,
DORIC AND MINERVA FIRE PLACES,
AND BERLIN GRATES.
n7 28 Broad street.
HENDERSON GREENE & CO
BOOKSELLERS c STA TIONER,
77 Broadway, 2d door below White street, New York.
II. G. & Co. have constantly for salp, on the lowest terms
a complete assortment of School, Classical, and MiscPlla
neons Books, Fancy Articles, Ec. Allnewwork canbeha(
Sas soon as issued from tlhe press.
I VISITING CARDS, warranted to bh engraved iy Mr. Per
kins, in his most elegant and fashionable style.
Books, Music, &cc. bounil in evpry var'iey of style.

e PETTIBONE & LONG
Ilave removed tieir stock ofGoods from No. 4 Liberty st t
e No. 2. PLATT-STREET, Corner ofGold,
S l47ere they now ha ne on hand a general ssorlnent of
e domestic manufacturel
HARDWARE ARTICLES,
An-! are prepared to supply orders for almost every descr:p
tion of goods in theirline, on tle o.it favorable terms.
Now York. Dec. 6, 1S38. d tf
R. BARNARD'S
: COMMISSION PAPER WARE1OIS .
No. 45 Fulto?& Sreet,
NEW YORK.
TOPlr~i, Saltfl. Ati..... (Ii! Vitri-.l. A mn,* t, Pslii^^.^.
Irnportcr of rrrPtih Fai-,C S'a'lonrydiir, 8jaiing Wax
r W;,f- \Vs.'t Colers, A c. n F
r THOMPSON & COMPANY,
MANUFACTURERS,
IMPORTERS, ANF" Wt" I 'tAl.F iLFDA!.EnS IN
FLOOR CLOTHS, &e.
Spruce Street, N.York. s28 6m
JOSEPH GTLLOTT'S
PATENT STEEL PENS.
*,roif',e',,re'sr Wir 'l
VERD ANTIQUE MARBI.E COMPANY
44 BROADWAY,
New York.
Orders received for Mantles, Tables, &r... nade from this
tle.av.t_ Marbhlc. (n?3) WM. B. PECK, Agent.
EZRA COLLIER &~CO.
TITEOLOGICAL BOOK-SELLERS & PIBLISHERS,
American Tract Socifty IHous,
148 NASSAU-ST.
Psalm andl IIymn and Sacre llMnic Books. 113

WHOLESALE PRFUVERS,
IMP"R"F.R F
ENGT,I9H AND FRINCH PRRFUMRY,
BRUSHES AND FA NCY GODS.
36 ANOD : CEDA R sTOiRT
A splendid assortment of
K;,t. '4 .PIt1 rVI \ E S T.I, CUTLR1'R. &c .&
H. COGSWELL,
(Ilate of the firm of A. Drrwp 4 Co.)
STATIONERY & BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURING,
24 Merchants' Exchange, (Hanover st. N. Y.) 116
BUSSING & CO.
MANUFACTURERS OF EVERY POSSIBLE VARIETY OF
POCKET BOOKS AND CARD CASES,
Shaving Cases, Dressing Cases,
TRAVELI.ING DESKS, WRITING DESKS,
CIIEQUER BOARDS MONEY BELTS, AND PORT FOIOS,
uwith a varitly ofnther frncy gond-,
ALI, AT MANITFAC ERS' RICES,
80 William. corner Liberty street.
N. B.-Pearl. I-ory, Tortoise Shell and Leather Pocket
Books, Needle Cases and other b-autiful articles made up
expressly for holiday gifts-all cheap and zoor. n23 3m
HENRY LANE,
WHOLESALE CASH DRY GOODS STORE,
No. 86 Pearl, next door below Pearl street Hous?,
Where he invites his old friends and customers, and the
country merchants generally, who wish to purchase cheap
( r cash or approved acceptance, ocall. n;
JAMES & TAYLOR.
CAST TAILORING ESTAISHMENT,
68 Maiden lane, 2d door below Wiliam street,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
CI,OTIIS, CASSIMERES & VESTINGS,
AND TAILORS' TRIMMIM 113
BENJAMIN POULTNEY,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 128 FrONT-ST
NEW YORK.
Refrer.es-- Hicks Co.
Joseph Walker, New Yo.ek.
Geo. T. Trimblet, d3 ly
HARRISON & JACKSON,
PI, \IN AND ORN MENTAL
LOOKING-GLASS & PICTURE FRAME
MANUFACTURERS,
No. 132 WIillia r
d8 3m NEW YORK.
W. COLLINS'
READY MADE INEN STORE,
67 MAIDEN LANE, (C0 WILLIAM ST.
New York.
STOCKS, GLOVES, HOSIRRY, StSPENDERS, HANDK3CIIIEFS,
TOWELS, UNDER SHIRTS, AND DRAWEtt.
Stock. ailt SuopP ders Repaired.
I.ten made up to ordeal, under the direction ofIi: ,imon.
dIl 611
CHARLES H. DELAVAN,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
CUTLERY, LAMPS, PLATED ARE AND
FANCY GI)IS.
Emtbracing the fin',r art c.- -rin'fd by Housekeepers.
PT'Ni ANT PI-TOLD
otl5 No 42 MADENI.LNR Ncw Y-rk.
E. B. CLAYTON,
PRINTER, STATIONFR AIND LANK BOO
MANUFACTURER.
N 6 Ton in.t Buildings.
North re ,, corr.firr sf I11 a11llei s


R INSURANCE BROKERAGE AND NOTARIAL
BUSINESS.-The subscriber having completed such ar-
raingements as to enable him to attend permanently to the
lines ofadjsting Insurance claims, and noLET ER OF THE HON. FRA. J. SM TH
)SI- tending Shipnasters, Protests, offers his services, ith an
a0Irance of giving every attention to accuracy an e To he depedet Elects o Mine.
Am- spatch. JAMES BERGEN, Insurance Broker
his 66 ly Notary, and Agent for Underwriters, 80 Wall st. It ii probably known to you all, that during the
ery r3 ALBERT COX, Weigher of Anthracite Coa, aQd seven months that havejust elapsed, I have been
viln General Agent for the sale and delivery ofCoal in any absent fom the United states.
-di- ofplheeity. Olfice78, corner ofsixtlt avenue and Waveiry Within that period an annual election of stale
f and other officers of government has taken place
;W W WILSON aS& cO. Ship Bread Uakcrs, 73 Fu:t(n s in Maine
en hav r.onstantly u handPilot and Navy Bread, Wine Bis- Fo ,
day cuitand Crackers, ofthe beat quality, and forsale on c ur tat election, as it alo known to you, it
gal conmmodting terms. Orders left at the Bakery, 73 Fulton was the pleasure of a portion of your fellow citi-
fr t.oratthetore of WILSON &COBB, 49 Water street zns-highl resemble in moral and social
will bepromptly attended to, dS if worth, and deeply invested in the well adminis-
3 NOTICETOTHIE PULICFOR l DR. MILES traction of government from the extentof their
OI1IGINAL AND GENUINE TO PILS.-In orer
;W to communicate more generally to all classes of theperty and business pursuits, however few in
the munity this valuable medicine is now furnished in boxes number-to form a public convention for the pur-
to containing 25 pills, at 25 cents, also boxes of50 for 50 cents. pose glaring their dissent from the extraor-
t. they See his advertisementin this paper referringtowere dna measures and policy that hadbeen institu-
ant they may be lad. d t8 e
r .ed by the p'lrese national administration in rela-
Ph Theaubailb eGO Ileave .1011114110 (1 pr-iters.t8 tion tothe collection, safe-keeping and disburse-
The sau baetiberkegs leave to t or the printers that
1 fe has purchased the exclusive e.tablishinent oicrly nIent of the public revenue, and setting forth their
)R belonuginlto Pe-l &Brotler,alnd having furnished enrirtly reasons for such dissent, nothwilhsanding their
new mouM$m, andtngaged workmen of the first talent
"I; ^.^ ^s past political relation to tire republican part),
31a-' ordet d with neatnesparnd dappatchh
His varlcety an style of type isinferior ononein this ministration.
ar coutry-in ad itn to these advantages, lie fuher b I allude to the convention holden at Banor on
a lave to state that the metalused thenu ur o he 26th of July last.
type indifferent front that used in any other foundry; .id
he wi!lwtrrantthatitis far more durable and iightr than The members of the convention thusassem-
thailn generallisa. bled, and thus setting forth their reaonsand
i1g Idia-iit4ntotlthe inanufactnringof type, he Ilas m
learrtngementv to supply thetradewith alluattrials necesr
n ts flr mfea y name as lleir candidate for the office ofgov-
n' .I B.-Ediltarsofcountrypapers givlngafewinsertlons ernor, inpreferenceto falling into the support
to thisadvertiet nr, will beallowed3 in type byki f th the present incumbent ofthe
Y. rotertimestheamun
New York,.August 24th.1838. THOMAS GOURIN. he being the candidate of a party avowedly oppo-
I TOMATO P-TT Tsed to the present national administration in all
I- TOMATO PILLS. its measuresand Policy, and also in preference to
IR. PIEI.PS'; COMPOUND TOMATO PILLS.--The supporting the nominee of the adminitr
in .UG only genuine CompoundTonato Pill% may behadinthis
city efRushton&Aspinwall,ll0 Broadway, 10 Astor House party, he bing known to be the adherent of the
ad 81 William street; J. B. Dodd, 643 and 771 Broadolicyof government
Aamson &Oliff, 69 Broadway and 6 Bowery; .1. Tarran which to them appeared o obnoxious pnc-
1 &6 Greenwich street; W. M. ih man, 161 Canal set;
Doct. Ritter, 104 Cherry street; Silas Carle & ew ad dangerous in practice.
corner Water anl Fulton streets; A. D. & B. Sands, i03 Ot this whole proceeding, however, I neither
Fulton, corner William street; J. zes, 63 and 330 any show of reason be
ery;Dr. Milor, 193 Broadway; Sciefli 11 al supposed by ny body to have, e highest
k S street; Chemical Hall, 35 Sixth avenue; E. C &
tf Moes., 4t2 Grand street; J. C. Hallock, 286 Spring st. i knowledge, either. anterior to it, or at he
B. Folger, 2- Chamber; E. A. McLean, 205 Greenwi: time of it. Neither my advice was given at
SHenry Wilson, 456 Hudson; Dr. ely, 7reenmih lanjudgment consulted, n rela-
Blnuqmvn, by J. Bryce, 27 James street; Z. S. Booth 110
Y, r fuIn 'ieeI; J. M. Smith, 168 Ftlton at.; ant at W
sale-, by Hoadley, Phelps & Co. 142 Water street, and most my consent asked or consulted in the Use thus
ofthe other whol.-saledruggists. Where numerous certi- made of my name And considering, how a
fleates from physicians and other respectable indiv
mlae fo ay hscin and other respectable indiviuiais notorious it was made, by not only the papers I
:1. Several physicians are now prescribing them in their in Maine, but out of Maine, that I had left the
practicein this citv and elsew'iere. United Slates many weeks before any such Con
-Thlme public are particularly requested to obse vethat at no period as
Ks that this mlicine is (as it has always been advertise) an he slightest evidence adduced that I was coner-
ENTIBELY DIFFERENT article from tlhatnow before the public
ts under a similar name, and persons wanting this article will sant of it, or in any way, of my own knowledge,
do well to inquire for Phelps's ompouid Tomato Pills a party o it no man whose heart retained oe
Price 37 cents-large boxes 75 cents,
*, A liberal discount made to those who purchase to sell
gain. G. R. PIIELPS, M.D.. Proprietor, other ends to answer than truth and the public
.15 Hartford. Conn. good, could represent or treat me in my absence a
TOMATO PILLS.-The original andgenuine are only pre as in any degree responsible for either the acts or <
pared by Dr. Mille, who, from a long series of careful
periments, succeeded it obtaining this valuable extract, an ththepol at lr i hSae a
mta so combining it with certain adjuncts as to constitute an in-
valuable substitute for calomel. cisely in this way on the subject, and entertained B
In dyspepsia, affections of the liver, constipation ofthe correct conclusions respecting my relation to it; t
bowels, sik-heatache, irregularities i the secretions, and and tis notwithstanding all te amp deby t
in a multitdme of complaints arising therefrom, this ined
sine has not its superior. A trial merely is requested to test the sinister minded and interested persons, who
Its merits, and may be resorted to with perfect confidence sought, by misrepresentation of known truths and p
and safety. the suppression of ohers not made public, to t
Applications for agencies, or for the purchase of this me-
a dicine by wholesale, may be made to
at GODDARD) & BUTLER, on the occasion. The first intelligence Ihad of N
No. 8 Gold st., General Agents. the Convention, or its proceedings, was at a is-
Oj Put upin boxesof 25 and50 cents each.
ed Put. tance of more than three thousand miles from a
t Sold also at retail by M. C. Slocuim,
,( Souilardascatllac,2 Park Row,. ndfi83 Broadway; Thomas Maine, across the Atlantic, in the interior of t
oa Souillrd &Delluc,2 Park Row, and5-3 Broadway; Th
T. Green, 359 Broadway; J. Milhau, 183 Broadway; Geo D. France, and only a few days prior to the period of a
Gosgeshall, 421 Pearl, corner Rose st., Adamson & Oli, 6 your annual election.
Bowery, and 699 Broadway; John D. Dodd, 643 an 771 On reach the United States a few avs
Broadway ; II. A. Green. corner of Rivington and Clinou
streets; J. & J. Coddington, 227 Hudson street, comer of since, I learned with no mall surprise, the man-
Spring; Dr. W. Murphy, 227Divisimn street, amid Rushton ner in which the occasion of this notorious un-
& Aspinwall, 110 Broadway and 10 Astor Iou.e. is authorisedpresentaion of my nme to the public,
TOHN GILBERT, COMMISSION MERCHANT, No. had been zed upon by the reputed newspaper
Pine street.--Advance made on Cotton and other Pro- organs of the ad strain party n the state, as
duce. Goods purchased for Country Merchants on order,
at a commission of 21 per cent. a pretext or pouring out upon me column after a
03- J. G. has had extensive experience in a general column, andthrough week after Week, the most e
country business, as well as in this city, and flattershielf unfounded misreresentatins and falsoosand
he is fully competent to give Satisfaction. The utmost des-
patch, and an untfinchingadherence to instructions, will be every Species of contumely that festering malig- C
strictly observed. unity could invent or corrupted minds should har- e
REFERENCES IN NEW YORE bor. On looking over files of these publications, u
s, Robert Jeffrey & Co., inporters of French, English and
a. Sch goods., I find that them .nagrs (including the late edi- 9
d .. D. Dissosway & Brothers, staple dry goods jobbers. tor) of the Eastern Argls, and the editor of the h
Baldwin, Phelps & Co. do o Augsta Age, have ben signally prominent in a
- J. W. & R. ,eavitt, do do thustaking advantage of my absence, and of the te
Silas Bronson, do
Hoyts, Wade & Edwards, do do impossibility of my confronting them at the c
Vau Ars,lale & Cu., sticcessors to J. & wV. Kelly & Co. threshold, to vilify and abuse me. They pro- n
do T. dry jobber. ess to b the primary organs of the admiisra- e
W. ClkT. er Herrin, fary geodsapl jobbers. on pary in the Slateand of them only need I tl
!0 Walker & M'Kenzie, fancy and staple dry goods jobbe
Wm. P Dixson & Co. staple do do mak mention The rest ar mere sounding
/ Booraem&Co. Importers & dealers in French fancy goods boards and below any resentment that I am capa- f
Foster &Eastorn, do do do bl of feeling. But the manner in which, and
Norwood, Marcy & Hall, Importers of woollen good:,
Solomon Brewster & Co. wholesale dealers in ready made the circumstances (in part already stated) Under n
clothing. which the two papers mentioned have beencon- pa
I.evi Cook & Co. Imnporters aont dealers in fancy goodsupon
It. C. Wetmore & Co. Importers ard dealers in China,
lass and earthenware. mean imperious obligation to notice them-to g
J. Cheeseman & Co. do do do expose the perfidy of them both lowards myself ir
Benedict & Wetore, grocers & commission merchants. and their redes whose credulity has been so s
Smiith. Wright, Lyon & Co. wholesale saddilers.
-"" .. &; J. F.-priTp, drtggiTvt. srosslyabused iand, moreover, to enable TnE OLD h
---~te" Tingsby ; (Co. hardware dealers.. REPUBLICAN PARTY-Bet te administrationparty d
lohbin, Painter & Co, staple dry goods jobbers, in this State, to underltaud what degradation the be
ansig & Co. wine erants, 61 st.repued presses and professedorans of re-
Baker, Johntsonm & Co. wholesale dealers in ready
clothing. dly83m republican principles in Maine have sunk under su
clothing. d183m
QUGAR AND TOBACCO.-155 boxes Yellow and White t n
0 Sugar : 55 bales long leaf Tobacco will be landed this I wishtobe understood. I sehe designation bu
Sday from schooner Active, from St Jago ide Cuba, for sale of THE OLD REPUBLTCAN PARTY, in Contradistinction bl
by AYMAR & C0,34 South st. to that of the administrationparty, because, while w
6(00 bagsJanmaicaPimenta I see many individuals now taking not only a ol
r5 hlhds high flavoredSt Croix Rum uidingsharin the affairs of th er party, t
15 Iipes double rose Giti but in their name oldingmany ofhe most ucra- t
150 qr cks Teneriffi: Vine i
tH0 do St Lucar ani Sherry Wine ive oices within the gi of the administration, c
500 halts Mobile Cotton boh in aine nd i other caes, without n
102 buxes Bar Lead, small size fact ever hving any just pretensions of belong- i
95 croons prime Caraccas Intiho inI alo see many a
1 pack Goat ins of he mo consistent and meritorious men hat th
0 ales Diapers ever served in he ranks o THE OLD REPUBLICAN
10 to avns Ilk PARTY no longer associated wih, but rudely de- d
3) tons l.ignumvite n
21 bloxes Rnssia Candles ptup for the Vst India ed by, hat is termed, he administration n
market and entitled to entire pary. e
5 ban elspaper Citgars. d28 Aainletme be understood. WhileI find w
TIANKETS, QIII.TS & COUNTERPANES--R. & A. mysefin a psiion hre the duliorced o
I, LANE have on hand, and are constantly receiving a upon me, f losing to the broad view of the m
large supply of Rose Blankets, Marseilles Quilts and Knot- world the baseness n crrtion of thprini
ted Connuerpanes. are
84 and 9-4 Perthi Blankets, rosedl paladminisration presses this State, and in t
8-4 andr 9-4 do do striped c-nods dointhisexposed factsin regadto the men p
10 4 amd 11-4 sigle beld do, rosed and means v om athe ol republican pary
12-4 and 13-4 do
10-4 to 13-4 super ribbon bound do has creole been upheld ad sustained here,
8-4 and 9-4 bertlh C(ounterpanes; 10-4 to 13-4 bed do can assure m old republican coadjutors, wheth- ol
104 to 13-4 MarseillesQuilts e they are now nked in or out of the adminis- v
81 to 13-4 colordo enP tration prtyhauponthem castnoreproaches s
Together with a full assortment of linen Sheetings, of ha
widlths, Table Linen, Towelling, DT)iapers, Table Napkin, andagaint them prefer no complaint which b
Russia Crash, &c., for sale low at wholesale, at 1l and properly belongs only to the hearts and
Maidfn ianr. s6 unprincipled few to whole charge havebeen or bf
DORDEAUX WINES, from Barton & Gueslier. still are confide their newspaper organ. It is o
STable Claret-Vin Ordinaire, in hhds. these last, and these last only, who erit publi in
St .tusien---Vint-z 1827, in ases, 1 doz each sornfrom their conduct- r conduct that s li
Batailley--Do ddetr
Chateau Bevchville--Do. 1827. do do


Scoville-- o. 1827,doo and ingraitude, black enough to bring ito ru
Latour--o 1827, doc ouddegradation any set of men who will coun- w
Lafitte-Do, 1827, do do
IIaut Brion--Do. 1827, d8edo tenancy or attempt to justify it, an
Latour--Do. 1&31, do do Do the mass of the administration party disbe-
Lafitie-Do. 1831, rdo do lieve that their presses in this State are debased al
TheseWineare received directfrom theolandepecand tat sutainin the they susn en
table hostse of narton& Guestier, offorleaux, are of
first character, put uip with great care, and recommended who ale knaves at heart and knaves in practice 1 m
with great confidence. For sale on liberal terms, by men who have violated, in every day's practice, m
o24 DAVIS, BROOKS & CO. 921 Broad-st. the political prlncyples which they profess to up- an
C V GILLN'PiE 1491Parl street, up stairs, unctto boli and urge upon you? men whose bread an
C of l- eav r an-i Wall atre ts.offers for sale-
Sof Heaver an'< Wallstre tii,offers fur sale-- every day is obtained upon the bounty and kind- in
S s whit Pngee Idkf ness extended towards the by the ver men and is
2 ito c. i:niso Ponee lkfs
s. d) ass-)rtd-prngee !likf- in dozens e blic finance that they are abusing 7 m
2 do w;,iteSarsnpts,60 yarrit I Iproposetospread before you truths which ten
-to wMnie P.ngpes,3)lyards x 30lnchea s will enable you to appreciate the low standard of ci
4dekSlrchan Pongees. c
20d(o S.-wiri rS;lk character by which the administration presses in
21) do SWwmrg Silk
10,1o SewingSik, Saddlers are wielded in Maine-and how little pride poli- ve
2"5 o toaie oankeelns in their w
12 dol yellow do communion with or fonfidencein suchpresses th
3 do In s IaIk. Nanktn nd Cautton
300 rollswhile Matfing4 4 -confningmyrelt; however, to the Argus and til
200 checkedd rdo to Age. This hall do by the double process o of
50 ,to lrnselsfigd do exposing the lseness of the men themselves, bu
50 'Io 4
l. ',-A rf l pack nf choice mpriaUloofthosepapers, and then in
Poactio:,g, s 'i-poi, Souchong, P eiuhong,aeng ami exposing the alaeioods promulgated in tlieir col- fa
Per-.oTss. oil tf ums. I willconfine myselfto theiacts : their
S11i VFLS AND SPADE.- motives, I will iave for future comment and ge
100 (Iz. PetireC & Wood's Steeledged Shovels expostion if necessary. od
100 ,to L-tmb's da do is undeniable, lhat the system of public w
50 do Clay's do huo finance 'po-ed h Mr. Van Buren and advoca- pr
50do Peirce& Wood's Cs a teel slicvel,
6 o y'so (to ted by hi adherents aims directly at a reduction to
50 ,t Thomnas's do do o
50 !a Thn!i's ,10 du of all business to both the limits and standard of of
2f) do GCavs Ion Showv!s ready specie capital-that by it all banking insti- wi
10h do TbiOil's't d
60 nlo Leonnr4,'slo uto tutionare to b proortionabl rippled, and d
200 di G-y's Sd. credit system proportionally destoye among A
50 do Piirce & Wood's ',n. For sale atimanufactur, men. Reckless partizans o theadministration ye
er'c prices, by FREDERICK A.C, party who are abusing all opposed to this scheme, pin
a18 tf cot ner tll
(118 t- ctv i x n er 01( "i & W ri"-.'r t m ay d pny that they are hostile to the credit sy s- w i
SEMAN SILVER WARE.-To Proprietors of Resta- ten to localbankin institutions. Buwith as th
Grants, and others opening Coffee Houses, &c. ---The sub-
scriber has juit received a fine assortment of GermanSi much reason might they say, while the
Ware. comprising- your flesb tc thequick, that they mean not to spill pr
200 doz ea. Table and Tea Spoons your blood- The inevitable consequence o the co
75 (io Dessert do
25 doz ea. Mustard and Salt Spoon. act in each case is alike apparentandwell known w]
10 doxz Ladles, 2 sizes -and the hand that inficts is responsible for the q-
1 coz SugarTongs. whole inry that ensues3 ha


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thus extended to him by me, by credit, whereof
not a dollar, not event the current interest f it
had thenbeen repaid I And when onthefirstday of
September last, the notes he was owing me for
the capital thus advanced became due, having
run without payment since July 1836, so far
from this reviler of thecreditsystemand of banks
being able to live upon the specie systemof no cre-
dits and of down wztA all banks, to which all .hi
professions lead, not twenty-five cents on the dol.
lar of my notes c,euld hi pay, but ha agiin threw -
himself upon both the credit and thebanking sys-
tem for further help, and sought and obtained of
the Bank where my notes were deposited a re-
newed indulgence !
What comment upon suh a character-upon
a man thus depending in private forhis daily
bread upon the very class and sources of indul-
gences at which he was constantly railing in
venom before the public and to his party-what
comment,- upon such a character, to an intelligent
people, is it necessary for an one to make, to
have him despised as thoroughly as his worst en-
emy could wish 1 I regret profoundly the neces-
sity of exposing thus to the world how despica-
ble is the character and conduct of the man with
whom my old republican coadjutors in this State
have been associated for the last two years. I r*-
gret, profoundly, that I am constrained thusto ex-
pose "to what vile uses at last" the Eastern Ar-
gus has been perverted in the name of the admin-
istration party, and seemingly undercolor of the
sanction of the old Republican Party of Main.-
If, however, I am constrained to make any set of
men blush with inward mortification at trt
heretofore unknown to them, let them ear in
mind that while these truths expose the heartless-
ness of a professed file-leader of the iub-treAsurv
party, they also demonstrate how utterly imprc-
ticable it has been for even that file-leader to live
and turn his industry to account, for the support
of himself and family, without practicing and re-
lying upon the direct ant ist of that system,
viz. upon the credit and banking system.
What can a man think of a system of religion
which he hears preached from the pulpit if he
sees it demonstrated in the daily habits and prac-
tice of its preacher, that even the preacher him-
self is unable to live up to it, but resorts to its ex-
act opposite? And what, insuch a case, must be
such a man's opinion ot the preacher's own heart
and character, whom he thus detects in preaching
to his congregation andthepublic system of
ethics or morals from the pulpit, which the
preacher is known to be in the daily habit ofvio-
lating as impracticable and as unsuited to human
wants apd condition ? Would any term of re-
proach stigmatize too strongly such duplicity and
false-hearnedness
The editor of the Age is an illustration of du-
plicity and ingratitude scarcely less despicable,
ind yet not less in point, both as to the worth
of the credit system among business men and the
mpracticability of the levelling influences ofthe
sub-treasury and anti-credit system of Mr. Van
Buren. I will state to the public certain truths
of his history and experience, also in confirma-
ion of all I have here advanced.
It is within the recollection of many of you,
probably, that I established the Augusta Age on
he removal of the legislature to that place. It
was done at the urgentsolicitation of many mem-
bers of the republican party. After this paper
was in the full tide of successful experiment,"
and had shorn even tilhe Argus of some cti-
ious plumage with which certain gentlemen
attempted to adorn it, the presenteditorof the t
Age, George W. Robinson, was recommended to
ue by certain friends of the paper as a suitable
person to purchase into and take charge of it.
Ie was then (1832) a young man of reputed ta
ents and indutrv, but without capital. Thepur- t
-hase was sought by him, but upon credit, satis-
actorily secured, tor the greatest portion of it-.
and not a short credit-the sixty days or four
months credit upon which our mercantile and
trading classes are willing todepend; but upon a
reditof years-of 2,1 yearsr. To this Iassent-
d, although the time was subsequently averaged
pon one, two, and three years. Such reditwas
iven-and given by myself, too, to the man who
as been for months, and in my absence, heaping
II sorts of obloquy upon my name under the pr-
ext of my opposition to the sub-treasury anti-
redit system! Nay, the experience of this same
ian, in the very credit 1hat I extended to him to
able himto get into business, and for whiet at
he time he did not hesitate to say to me when a
writing, I am obliged loyou for te kindness and
fairness which you have shown me in the transac-
:on,"-his experience was such that about every
ote that became due on his purchase was left un- P
aid for months after it became due-and even
he three year note remained unpaid from Au- r
ust until'he following July after itas due and "
n July I was constrained to take its amount in a
xty day draft on Boston to accommodate one of
is endorsers! And this is the editorwho has
ished up every line of billingsgate that has ever
een uttered against me,and superadeld all that
e himself could invent, week after week, to per-
uade the old republicans of Maine to denounce
ie, to denounce banks, and thus to overthrow all
business upon borrowed capital! I have ever
een most sensible that the republicans of Maine
wouldd never hear from these mushroomcreainres
f the quill, like the before described editor of cl
me Argus, and this editor of the Age, ho the
themselves have lived and waxed fat" upon the '
-edit system, and btf downright secuatio upon
trrowed capital. And whynot Becasesuch
information alone would have wished a refu-
tion to the mind of eve practical '
meir readers, of all that e columns eftheir i
tpercould contain of flimsy editorials and vulgar
snunciations against myself or anyoteroppo-
ent of the anti-credit sub-treasurysheme Much P
-ss have I ever supposed that the same readers
ouldever learn from those ungratefulrevilrs
r myself that I, too, whom they so freely nathe- a
latize without scarcely knowing hy, amthe in- e'
ividual who has furnished these creatures with a
me necessary credit of capital uprn which to ap- a
?ar before their party and the world as en of F
distance and consequence, and to enable them
so to stretch their unfledged wings to the breeze
f business. Nevertheless,such is th inontro-
enrible truth, which neither of them dare a- a
ly, although such a truth.is to me now, a it has
'en for a long while, more a matter of selre- P
roach than of boasting. To be stung by the
sings we have nursed to manhood is not a tee
Exultation to any man. And I expoe the fact S
Smy case only because I deemit due to the pub-
c, and to the old republican party especially, to '1
pprise them what excess of duplicity, inconsist- D<


icy, and scoundrelism lies in quarters from
which they seek and expect to have only truth F
Id correct counsel impartially reflected.
These editors, then, while t'jey have been "
rbsing the borrowers of capital, have been
Ibsisting in business upon the immediate ele-
ents of credit; while they have been reviling
e, they have been subsisting upon my bounty; m
id while they have been urging their readers
id administration partizins, 'to spurn banking
situations, and the paper money system, which b)
but the representative ofcredit, and persuading dc
en to sustain an administration in its wild at- or
mpts to force all business transactions to a spe- el
e standard, they have themselves been praciis- cc
g as unavoidable tb, business pursuits upon the SI
ery opposite principles and system, and living
holly upon a borrowed capital. Leaders like
ese, it is respectfully submitted, are at the same m
me a disgrace and a complete living refutation 'A
the cause they advocate. They are not honest; m
it the people whom they huml;u, are so, and Y
honesty they will weigh and appreciate the tel
cts here presented, m
I have not touched, in the preceding, except in lai
-neral terms, upon the more prominent details w1
the abuse heaped upon me by the papers of th
which 1 have spoken. I could not do so,and h
resent the reader with the many truths incident se
a proper notice of such abuse within the limit lai
a single letter. Yet he may be assured that I sic
ill not leave my work unfinished. Facts little sU
earned of by the readers; of such papers as the u
rgus and the Age have been for the last two br
ears, are now due to the public, and the public ce
ay rest assured that I will not unreasonably
withhold them. But suffice it for me to say here,
at the republicans of Maine, with all the sol
al they have manifested in old conflicts for In
inciples, when I have been with them a humble fr
adjutor, know but little how, and by whom, or fei
hat sacrifices their cause has been sustained in' br
larters where a breach by lhe enemy would C.
ve been a signal of defeat to the whole renubli hn


ST. JAMES' CHURCH AT TORONTO DESTROYED BY
IRE. -It is stated in a Kingstonaper, on the au-
iority of a memorandum on the way bill, that
e large and costly structure St. James's church,
i the city of Toronto, was destroyed by fire on
unday morning, Jan. G6h. The fire was com-
unicated by accident.

An attempt was made on Thursday night last,
y some villains from the other side of the-line, to
destroy the dwelling house occupied by Mr. Nutt
i Caldwell's Manor, Rouvill; the'fire, how-
'er, was discovered, and extinguished before it
>uld do much damage.-[Missisquoi, (L,C.,j
standard.

MUTINY AND ATTEMPTED MURDER.-A gentle-
an at Ocracoke has furnished the Washingion
rhig with the following particulars of a case of
utiny, which took place on board the brig New
ork, of Harpswell, Me., Abel Goodrich, mas-
r. Said vessel was from Boston, bound toWil-
ington, N. C. On Saturday, S9th Decembel. i
t. 38 north, long. 34 west, the master, Goodrich,
while in the cabin, was knocked down by one of
e men named Joseph, and so much injured that
p is supposed to be mortally wounded. Said Jo-
ph also attacked the man at the helm ; but re--
hter crying out murder," the mate and re-
lue of the crew came to his assistance,and
cceeded in securing Joseph, by utting him
ider hatches, and barring them down. The
ig arrived at Ocracoke on Monday, 31st De-
mber.

COURT MARTIAL.-The trialof the nine per-
ns from La Tortue, charged with the crimes of
eison and murder, terminated yesterday; and
om Mr. Day's concluding address, one may in-
r that the court will find Joseph Rcbert,
oise Sanguinet, Charles Sanguinet, Francois
Hamelin, and Theophile Robert, guilty under
th charop- Tanes es .nnzlin and Pascal Pin


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PRANCE AND MExico.-The following letterto
the editor of the New Orleans Bee, received by
the Spanish schooner Balza, from Vera Cruz, on
the 23d December, appears in that paperof the
7th instant.
It would seem that the Central Government,
evidently tottering to its fall, is determined that
the close of its career shall be marked by ob-
stinate perseverance in a course of policywhich
it is impotent to enforce.
With nearly all the provinces in a state ofopen
insurrection, and backed only by a force of some
7000 men under Santa Anna, and its adherents in
the city of Mexico, it still continues to fulminate
defiance against France, instructing its generals
to submit to no a rrangeuient with enmy.
As regards the course likely to be pursued by
the federal party towards the French, should they,
as now seens almost certain, assume the fts, of
power,-the statements are contradictory.
In some accounts they are represented as dosir-
ousof a reconciliation, and in others as breathing
vindietiveanimo'iiy toth invaders. Be this as
it may, the intestine broils which are exhaustng
the resources of the country, cannot ba. be favor.
ble to the speedy adjustment of the claims of
France, either'by voluntary concession or compul-
sion.
Vnu CRU,
St. Juan D'Ulloa, Dec. 31911838.
Mr. Editor-the serious events of which Mexi-
co has recently been the theatre, must be so inter-
esting to you, that I hasten to profit by the depar-
ture of the Beliza, to inform you ot those of
which we have been witnesses
After the capture of the castle of S. TJuan"
D'Ulloa and the generous pitulation by which
the admiral, after our sailors had shown a gener-
ous rivalry in behalf of the wounded Mexican&
whom they were desirous of retaining in the eas-
tle, in order to extend to them all the attention
their situations required, finally after the admiral
himself had again opened the way to peace by
additional concessions, we have been pained to
see the Mexican government not only persist in
her blind obstinacy, but to resort to decrees of ex-
pulsion only worthy of the most barbarous po-
ple.
The order of expulsion accorded to theFrench
but three days to leave the city of Mexico, nd
one month to reach the port of Acapulo, on the
Pacific ocean. As it was impossiblefor a Ehou-
sand Frenchmen to find inthatport one availa-
ble vessel, it is evident their massacre was ien-
led. All the representatives of foreign nations
hastened to protest against such an act ofhorri-
ble injustice. The result of their solicitations
was, that they were permitted to go to Vera Cruz.
No time was allowed them to arrange their af-
'airs, they were divided into three columns ou
their way since the 10th inst,-the greater num-
berofthem on foot. Imagineio ourselt these
n fortunate people on their way in the midst of a
hostile population excited against them by the
emissaries of the government.
While these things were passing in Mexico,
he population of Vera Cruz had in consequence
of the capitulation, returned to their houses; but
he city was made the theatre of another import
nt event. Santa Anna had been invested with
he command in place of Gen. Rincon who was
recalled to Mexico,to be tried by council of war.
Arista, wio. had approached the city with his di-
vision, was elharged with sustaining the opera-
ions of Santa Anna. The latter, stationed in the
ricinily of the place, )eared lhat the Prince de
Joinville bad landed, and moyed immediately to-
wards Vera Cruz, with General Arista, giving
orders to close all the gates of the city and to
eize all the Frencn officers and sailors who had
come to lay in their provisions uwder the faith of
he treaty. His orders were executed, and three
officers were taken at the gate of the mole.
Immediately the French,anxious forthe-fale
of the Prince, rushed to
force it to facilitate hisescape; fortunately, this
rRecaution was unnecessary, the Prince having
aIready embarked. The squadron was imme-
liately informed of this violation of thetreaty,
.s weii a s h? danger that threatened the French
nd all strangersby ti val of the generals
ianta Anna and Arista. Seveal:'1 boas,
'ere in a short time near the mole, and their im-
osingattttude caused the immediate release of
he officers taken. The admiral informed Gene-
al Santa Anna that he must immediatelysub-
lit to the terms of capitulation, or he would
)rthwith recommence hostilities. SantaAnua
declined giving any answer untilnext morning.
The admiral was well informed of tie intem-e
excitement that existed in the city, and cf he se-
ious danger to which all strangers were expa-
ed, required that they should be immediately al-
owed t? quit the city. Santa Anna was compel-
ed to assent, and they immediately departed with-
ut having time to carryaway their baggage.
'he next morning at six o'clock, the admiral
minded a thousand men taken from the different
rews, having at their head the Prince de Join-
ille; they were to destroy the batteries, spike
te cannon, and secure the generals Santa Anna
nd Arista. In two hours their duty was per-
mrmed. General Arista was taken prisoner and
anta Anna, who appeared at the head of two n-
red cavalry, fell covered with wounds. He was
irried offbv his soldiers, who retreated in great
disorder; the next day it was understood his
Ifi leg and the fingers of hi left hand were an-
uata
The government hasjust sent en. Codellos to
?place him, with instructions not to submit to
ny arrangement. The city has been entirely
evacuated. The Mexican troops are encamped
Sthe distance of three miles, aier having pil-
iged in the most scandalous manner many
'rench houses.
The change of government in favor of the ede-
ilists that has just occrrd in Mexico is far
-om giving us cause to hpefo nto
arrangement. They are
nbued with the same hatred of all strangers; the
roof of which is, a petition was circulated
trough the streets of Mexico, b which thegene-
Il expulsion of all stranr without distinction
demanded, and on the 10h instant was covered
ilh more than 5000signatures. It is understc
tat in the other departments the sam course is to
s pursued.


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ANI) COMMERCIAL

FRIDAY MORNING

FORL PR

HENRY
OF KENT
FOR VICE
NiTHIal P.
OF NEW

9 SEE FI
NORTII CAROLINA SENATE
of North Carolina, at
among other resolutions
R-solved, That this Ge
sider the sub-treasury s
station is endeavoring
item to that series of fat
the past administrati
sources of that derange
prostitution of commerce
so severely felt of late
try, and which, if suffer
by its tendency to augm
unite the purse and the
executive, and to destroy
exaction of specie in t
timately change the re
vernment, and place in p
coun
Resolved, That our Sen
represent the wishes of a
this State by voting to c
resolu
Resolved, That the Gov
requested to forward a c
to eeeh of our senators i
that they lay before t
States, and one to each
several States ot the Un
;hey lay them before th
t i
The foregoing resolute
Senators Brown and St
the Senate of the U. Sta
who was once a Judge in
his State, upon present
Senate, put in a special
ior ca sIT4Uk4haeword
used by the Legislature
he would neither observe
sign? Such pettifogging
rated in the lowest justice
unworthy a man who has
dicial station as Mr. S
Joggers in our ward cou
there could be no warrant
cle, unless the word
Our, Supreme Court, how
words, imparting an u
that the article was of su
WARRANTY, though the
used in the contract.
sided in our court, inst
pettifogger would have
sense, and sound law.
he is not bound by the f
cause the word INSTRU
as a judge say, there cou
the word warranty was
however strong might b
quality of the
Such conduct, on the p
who profess to be bound
disgrace any man

TnE EVENING POST.-Our
nalist compels us to noti
rations of the Post from
odiener than w
The state property in our
been deemed invaluable b
with the single exception
Skidmore, the disciple
cupiessome twenty pages
show that the state shou
salt works, as well as al
among th
So uniform has been t
people in this matter, t
their constitution, AT
"And the legislature s
pose of the salt springs
nor the lands coltig"mn
-r-z0iory or conven
It is probably known t
poet of the Post, that s
distinct manufacturers o
springs, are now in succe
and governed by statutory
without such legislation
continue to work in har
ing their water from th
month.
governor Seward, in pu
tional provision, and th
of the good people of the
in common of this grea
comfort to all-and under
en duty, recommends the c
legislature to this subje
there was a single mind i
to this recommendation
except that strange un
guides the columns of t
that single mind, pounce
its LUNAR EYBIE like a r
suspecting bird. We are
tric freaks of the Post d


or from misanthropy, but
sense. We wish the edit
cal and business matters
pletely out of his element
a bat in a duck pond, and
aga

OFF WITH HIS HEAD i-
ington seems to feel a dee
tion of Mr. Parmenter
Kendall has recently de
one of his subordinate of
an opinion of his own up
well worthy the attention
tri
The Postmaster at Cha
stand, at the last trial i
the choice of a represe
the unpardonable audaci
Parmenter! Information
treasonable behavior o
forthwith transmitted t
locofoco spies and whi
have been watering for-a
for this office in particu
past, Amos Kendall forth
"depriving the offending
and appointing a more o
person in
It is somewhat remarka
been made for three or f
tle knot of office seeking
to get this same Charle
out of office. These ael
to no purpose, until h
wholly unpardonable in
Buren and Amos Kendal
for the locofoco congress
upon his head was whi
The above from the Bost
federal ado nistration hold
-ii*-4idais in absolute subject
or the free American cit
for himself, or to refuse
any man whom the gover
immediately ostracised, r
catiuns for office. Thi
punishments is the worst
will not be submitted to
berties were secured by so
t-ea

The whigs in Congress i
-irtha- mittao n" -h r1Pmin.-n nfMrA-r


CUaicuILL C. CAMB lEL
the Swartwout case as rep
telligencer of the l1th ins
stated to have replied t
in the follow
It is a fraud in which
land's) conservative fr
cerned, but in which man
tive friends must in al
largely c
And'again.-" The fri
pose to enquire about t
asto what became of the
to Swartwout for he w
had been swallowed up
Banking Company. Th
gone to, but not a word
subj
Here is the ass kickin
vengeance, for this dasta
jumping off the capitol a
on Mr. Swartwout, had h
Atla
Not content with foul
Swartwout, who has place
to be attacked ,Mr. Camb
omous darts into the mas
democratic party, who ?
other proscription, have
representative from a se
dishonored.- He has gone
institution managed by so
ble citizens, solely beca
bound several promi
We now distinctly asse
shadow of foundation for
and that the Honorab
mark!) Churchill C. Ca
be false when h
If this individual wish
of morality, and expose
him give a true account
the Mohawk and Huds
while he had charge of it
not share the fate of his
stock gambling, Lord C
seat vacated, it will be
anticipated the action o
escutcheon from the H

Gov. PORTER'S INAUURA
one merit, .which, in the
ments, is a very acceptab
it only occupies one col
the United States Gazett
cumstance first, because t
inaugural that attracts ou
without being definite,
der the meaning of the p
The Governor begins by
esence with that great pri
which recognizes the del
people's will, as the onl
who represent them in pu
low a laudatory notice
and a recommendation of
various departments of
Regret is expressed tha
the state has been expen
importance," and in view
has been incurred in th
works, it is recommended
progress shall be complete
ternal improvements sha
season at least. Banki
thinks, has been unneces
years, and expresses his
" in any measure which s
ernment from banking in
each to the pursuit and ex
ends, without interfering
He is of opinion, their
ling" of interests between
tions and the executive
all kinds are moderately
ism is very properly cha
tena
The Governor goes for
countability in all public
ed system of economy in
oddly enough says, that i
comes within his province
heads his "pleasure wil
that he is therein co-ope
the administration of th
the able and efficient
plac
In alluding to the co
says:-" Whether the cour
tails, i.s the best that co
like every thing else whi
man action, it is imperf
corrections which expert

This very self evident
tion we presume no one w
de
The Governor appears to
education should be ov
think a singular luke-w
portant
Altogether the message s
ticularly inconclusive,
or nothing, or every thing
to cons
PRECEPT VS. PIaoGTicE.
F. O. J. SMITtr, ofMain
the columns of the Fran
mean and contemptible co


ders of the federal locofm
favorable result in the elec
Notwithstanding the grea
will be read with lively
PROMPT PAYMENT.-MrSh
self so vociferously consp
'" Hopkins House," has
ernor Porter, Seer tary
Pennsylvania. Ovid F.
office of Att

THE NEW ORLEANS BEE.
ed Journal has abjured
works, and, renouncing
Southern principles, has
ry C
We can find no words
express our opinion of
recently used by the Al
dis-similar revolution in
nadaga Standard. We me
the paper. The New Or
passed into hands that
known political journal
sentiments, and for the
and harmony, of the d
Union
The following is an c
pectus, which is writt
sty
"We believe Martin
worthy, and altogether
ing the office of Preside
that he is the creature
touting expediency for pr
statesmanship, and that
rough purging ot the v
the influence and contag
ty can save the country
imbecility and corrupt
COLONIZATION.-We perc
Dr. Proudfet, Agent of
tion Society, in the Jou
terday, that the ship Sa
coloured men, and employ
transportation of emig
purchased, and, the co


The following appeal to the patriotic lovers o
our country and her free institutions. cannot be
Franklin, that when he

read but with great interest and most hearty appro
nation, The democracy of this stale feel they d
have elevated a viper to the chief magistracy of e
b .give him an answer. H
the nation, v.whose aim is the destruction of the pr
perity of' the people, and to poison every source
of happiness. The thin gauze which now covers r
the destructive and demoralizing policy of the
publish it or not, he ha
deral loeofoco partly, is now seen through by al,
iuig, purchase ad a two l t
eyes, and eveiy day furnishes fresh evidence tha
pure republicanism is noon to attain the ascen-
dancy. -great coat, laid hin
We humbly and sincerely admonish all who sou
are opposed to the present n'isi ule that harmony
union and cordial co-operation should be serious-
ly inculcated and observed, or we shall utterly
tfil of attaining the common object, for wlch e
patriotism cries aloud. The interests of the ps
country, the wants of the people,
should look to the present
the past-ahead, not behind. We should sacri-
fice every thing for the cause--nothing for men
Bring suchlaborers into the field, as are capab
of rendering the Republic the inmost efficient so-
vice. Cast every sellish, personal prejudice or
predilecioni into the sacrilical flare ; and unlii
every where with one sentiment, one obj
as one man, come in one
ble phalanx to the rescue of the public liberty.-
Without this concert of patriotic action,we might
as well lay down our arms, give up the fight, anr
tamely submit 10 a virtual despotism for a half a
cenniry to come.--[Madisonian. States

,O'IDA' CONVENTION.-Ihe Mobile Journal l u
o71v to'on our Cape Cod and Bar
says, the Florida Convention is ma
gress though slowly," on the subject of slavery.--
"The Committee recommend that the legislature e
about $59,3"27 Of this
be prohibited by the constitution, from passing an
laws for the emancipation of slaves. They are to
have the power of prohibiting the introduction
slaves as merchandise or criminals from other
vessels severally of Y
States; but not to prevent any emigrant from
bringing in his own sl-.ves.
higher grade than petit larceny, slaves shall hav
trial by jury. Free negrees and mulatt
"1The amount of' bounty
be excluded from tihe State."
The'Journal makes some prefty severe remarks $19
on tihe abolitionists, and the proceed
convention Ihowv that the abolition inovcrments are
not likely to benefit the slaves of Florida much.
From thIe Boston Mercantile Journal. umn
The following extract of a letter from J. Bales- l
tier, the United States consul at Singapore, in tI
East Indies, received by Mr. B
chanics' Reading Room, contains information, i
which will prove interesting to our mercantile ton
readers:-- a strong dispsiiiot
In reply to your enquiry as to the
facilities of communicating to and from Singa- p
pore with Calcutta, Batavia, Canton and Manill
I have to say, that thie opium trade, between Cal- h
cutta and Bombay to China, has given rise to very
frequent conveyances, in
which necessarily pass through our strait, (Singa
pore,) and always anchor here, for ;i long or short
time, as need be. They pay no regard to the o
monsoons. Besi-les these opium clippers there
are other frequent opportunities,
from both of those places ; so that the means of
communicating are as frequent as can b- desire
To and from Batavia they are much iss so than
could be wished. Formerly, via Batavia info
maiion of vessels passing by Angier, in the straits b
of Sumratra, was known more early, andletters by
that channel from Europe and America, came
more early at hand; but, since the monopolising
spirit of the Dutch hasbecn manifested to degree
which nearly excludes all trade from tie British b
Indian settlements to Batavia, and other ports,
there is noit that frequency of interco
the two places which exi
feeling prevailed. Still, it is yet the most rea
channel whereby to obtain letters and papers frm
the United States to this place, and thie one which
I would recommend, taking care to address them d
to the Batavia houres. sold to hi a
With Manilla, we hold less interc
with the other ports. There are a few Spanish
vessels employed in the business cf carrying b
foreign manufactures from h
thereby saving one-half of the duties which woul
be payable if imported there in a foreign vesse
But either from mismanagement, or dullness of m
the vessels, they generally make long passages,
particularly when they have the monsoon against
them During each monsoon there are, occa- and
sionally, vessels bound to or from that port, wh
call in here and afford other means of communi-
cation. The iarge Bombay cotton ships not un-
frequently go there from China for cargoes of e
sugar, and on their way back to Bombay they sh
again make this a sloping place. of her
But for quickness of communication with and t
to Europe, the establishment of the mail in Egypt
is now resorted to, and only large packages and du-
plicates are sent per ship. On the arrival of th
mail in Bombay by steam, the letters are sent by
one of t.e numerous vessels bound here and to s
China. If it be in the southwest monsoon they
reach here in about 25 days, someti
is in the northeast monsoon, that is, from Novem-
her to March, the letters are then despatched to
Calcutta, over land, and from thence here, by one
of the clippers, and reach here in twe
sometimes ten days from the latter port. Sotha
we }hiVc hThl .'ib Lrad lrt,'t=. T i
i,'l.I aeventy days by this over-land route. It
beet done in sixty-four days, via Paris and Mar-

mare was brought to him
No postage is exacted on letters or packets by
any of these country vessels; and passengers n
always obtain comfortable accommodation, and c
o0tenll on reasonable terms. J. BAI.ESTIER.
Fromn the Albany Argus. stiff
NEW YORK LEGISLATURE. her unso
''ross January 15. aminew l at sou
IN SNaTre.-Petition prcsened and referred--
By Mr. Jones, of Wmin. Van Alen, and others for
legislative aid to the American Institute, to
ble them to accomplish the object for which it
was incorporated. ot of yur OW
Mr. Edwards, from the judiciary committee,
reported the bill in relation to certain trusts
(those of the Union Soc
with sundry amendments. On motion of Mr.


Wager, the bill and amendtrents were ordeied
printed. who said that Wilo
The Senate then proceeded to the consideration
of executive business. Adj. t
IN AssEMnLY.-Prayer by the Rev. Mr. Allen. san
Petitions presented and referred: By Mr. u
Welch, for a navigable feeJer to the Genesee val
ley canal. By Mr. Clarke, two, for the exten- ai
sion of the Black river canal. By Mr. Carhart,
of N. Bangs and others, of the Methodist Mis-
sionary Society, for an act of incorporation. B
Mr. McElrath. to incorporate the Spanish bene-
volent society in the city of N. Y. By Mr. Kel-
logg, of the Junction canal company, praying the
state to take and enlarge tihe side cut known by
that name. By Mr. Peck, foraid to construct
Ogdensburgh and Lake Champlain railroad. By T
Mr. Sprague for the survey of a canal route by
from Carthage to Ogdensburghl; for hid to su
vey the route of the Mohawk and St. Lawrence cal
railroad and navigation company. By Mr. A. s
G. Chatfield, to extend the Chemung canal feeder,
and for other purposes. By Mr. Brodhead, ofthe a
trustees of Sullivan academy, to amend the la
for the distribution of the literature fund
A report was received from the Canal Corn- p
missioners, on the survey of the Oneida river, ca
and referred. caused consider
On motion of Mr. A. Smith, the bill for the re-
lief of William Coleman and others, was made
the special order of the day for the 15th inst.
On motion of Mr. Kellogg, the committee on The
the judiciary was instructed to enquire and report
on the expediency of some enactment with a view e
so ascertain the citizens entitled to the right
suffrage, previous to elections, by a registry or
otherwise. e intended to ha
Thie State Printiung.-The house resumed, in out
committee ofthe whole, Mr. Lewis in the chair,
the consideration of the bill relative to the ap-
ment of state printer-the question pending being
on the first section. by just irom
Mr. Enos opposed the bill at some length, ex- na
mining and reftutingin detail, the
duced in support of' it and exposing what he con-
ceived to be its real object--whichf he averred t
be nothing more nor less than to oust the prese
incumbent and to appoint Taurlow Weed state k
printer. mare might run a mile
Several attempts were made to amend and alter b
the bill,which failed, and the second and remain-
ing sections passsd, and the committee rose. Mr
The report of the committee was agreed to, and
the bill ordered to a third reading. and puf
The following bills were taken up in commit- m
tee of the whole, but not passed upon the corn-
mittee's rising : nont of April,
Relative to certain suits in the counties of Mont- a


HAMIITON, U. C., Jan.
more that an extensive
is about to take place in
militia and the 1st and
have been dismissed. T
also just

The case mentioned in
morning, of the United v
ofCassimercs and twelve
ted by James Bottomley p
last, was concluded yes
fore the District Cour
were directed to bring i
morning, we have therefo
tion of the report of t
charge of the'court ut
GENERAL SESSIONS, Ja
was tried and convicted o
rino good-, the property
342 Gran
Peter Williams, Barne
Falkner, were Iried for p
latter convicted and
John D. Kent and Sar
and convicted of aggrav
on Rache
PotLICE OF'F 'CE.-i'any a
was verified to perfection
ple, orH all of Justice,
fair sex, most foully b
borrowed some handker
who conl( not appreciate
not being willing that she
as she seemed disposed,
Hall, and introduced her
expectation that they mi
suasive accents in mneltin
tivating damsel. They r
courtesy, and politely r
cials to wait upon her,
examine to her satisfacti
and sarcophagi of this t
would again be pleased t
and do justice to her cl
The lady appeared displ
tention on the part of tho
ungallanily turned his b
through the open door w
the street, and left hi
absence was discovered,
rushed from the room in
their rudeness, and to
soeic time one of the ro-
pearedt with a lady who
was mtncli alarmed at hi
to be released. This w
set ait liberty---l/e bird
it be before she
OWNEtR WANTED.-Ano
valuable gold watch and
vered by officer Sparks
had purchased it for $25
subsequently arrested.
,-,t the lower police offc

BOWERY AMrplitI'rIiEATRh
rical pageant of the O
produced on 'Wednesday
success, is to be repe
other performances.
splendid affair, and is

BY THIS MOR
From the Balti
CONGRESS
WASHINGTON,
IN SENATE.-Mr. Morris
petition from a WilliaP
ing a plan for dispensin
specie in eaI trying on the
of ihe country. Mr. Mor
the memorial to the
Mr. Clay, of Ala. moved
Motion
Mr. Nicholas, of La.
mittee on the District
the resolutions direction
quire whether or not the
Columbia had complied w
session, prohibilingthenm
The Committee asked
the further consideration
request wa
The Committee on Publ
charged from the reque
tions for a grant of Pub
of two Colleg
Mr. Wright, from the
asked that the Committe
consideration of a memo
tional
The orders of the day
Calhoun being entitled to
ait some length upon th
Lands. Mr. Calhoun for
to lthe several states wh
,ir. Bayard, of Delawa
and Upposed both the pr
and the plan
After Mr. Bayaid had c
ordered to be engrossed
opposed to the b
The Senate then went i
and adj
HouS.E or REPRESENTAT
of Va., as soon as time j
ceedings was read, mov
rules furo the purpose o
offered by him two da
amend thle rules of the Ho
of cuniimittees, &c., when
hial.lb made viva voce,
lte i(Ow !rei0.iires. A cl
deredl, on motion of Mr
swered to their names,
taken on suspension-tw
ry-the motion was lo
Mr. Willianms. of N.C
table the resolutions ad
of Norli Carolina in re
The resolutions were
prin
Reports were then rec
standing c
The committee on fore
Mr. Legare to ask for a
sideration of a umemnorial
chusetts, in relation to
charge wa
At one o'clock the Hou


before the House yesterday
falcation) and Mr. Under
and concluded his remnar
of general interest to th
ing severely upon the ge
minist
Mr. Fry, of Pa., defen
in reply, and was fol
Alab., on th
Mr. Biddle spoke ne
Fr
Mr. Toucey, of Conn.,
cussion, defending the
deavoring to throw off th
Administration upon th
as he said, that Swart
mna
Mr. Wise replietl to so
explanation mad
Mr. Toucey continued
SALES OF STOCKS AT P'Iti
$3070 DIratt on New York..
4 shares United Slates B
8 do do .......
23 do commercial l Bank.
It do Mechanics Bank
75r do Girard Bank ....
75 (In Vicltcsbur Bank ..
8 to Grand Gulf ......
2 do Camdem & Ammiboy
20 do. N Castles and F
PHILADELPHIA, Jain. l7tth-CI
lRtichimLoITdi; xtra,
Memn.-Tiie ship St 1.itlis, W
ed (lowwn yestes
ltit, at Reedy Islaind,
BALT'IIMORE, Jan. 1711t-No
Si'd, hirigs Gen Piuckikny, Ford
wood, Tamlpa Bay, Flt.;

OFFICE OF THlE I:NITE'li
BANKING (C'OMPANY-No
New Yirk, Jtn
API'LICATIONS for the stock of
ceived at the office, direct, d
after thi ('a'e. I lie sub:'cr>iit
sec-our ties as a 'e author -el bo
of' New York, passed Aupril 18,
ness of banking '1lii: amotinl
FIVE MIuLLIONS O DOLLARS for t
ol a majority of thle stockho
creased to an amonmit not exceed
Blank i rnmiis o'at:p'icaliot i f
real estate are inlendte:l to be
apillicat:o: a!t tie office
o,' Coumn. of finuan
5J15 tf
*It.- At the Aninual Elctiun o
U1.INTON IIALL ASSOCIATION
must. the f.llihwiig gcnitle.ne
ensuing
Philit p Hone,
Jolmn V. Leavitt,
Kevo C. IIanEee,
Asa Biuelow.
-- DIVIDEND.- -TlES UU


BANK OF COMMERCE IN NEW YO
50,000 shares of 100 dollars e
time to time after the 1st Jaui
000,
DIRECT


JAMES B
JAMES
ISAAC
JAM S D1
ARCHIBALD
JAMES
ROBERT 1B.
RUSSELL 1
PI'ELATIAl


JOIN RATIO
ROBER
SAIMUEL B.
CHIARLES I
JOHN AUSTI
JONATIIAN
PETER G. S
SAMUEL
STEPHEN


The undersigned hereby give
of February next, and on the
the hours of 11 A. M. and 3 P.
the cily ofNew York, they wi
three millions fourlh1undred anu
ofthe capital stock of the BA
betih; tie whole b.dfiuoce of the
lars not already subscribed by
which subscriptions may be m
ing ill a sealed letter to the u
said, ten dollars on each shar
checks upon, any ofth
(.:Copies of the Articles-of As
stitutiotn has hcen formed, ma
Messrs. Prime, Ward &k King,
ofthe New Yoi
By a resolution ofthie director
thle remaining instahncu fi's of
called for prior to t
Not exceeding 10 per cemt. oun
10 o
10 "
S 25 "
2" 5 "
With the right to any shareho
shares full stock, and to rec
uip
In case of an excess of sub.c
serve thie righlit o distributing
disce r
ISAAC
PETER I. S
.lonIN RAT
JA.IES B
ROBER
New York, 1 ltb Januarv, 1
BOWERY '
3_ The shubscribher propo
Theatre withll the aid of au sub
sand dollars, ill fifty shares
upon the foll
1. TIle subscriptionsto be pa
ed by tle Shareholders, in su
as the work
2. The Theatre to be insured
aImnouuit of
:3. Tile shareholders to rece
ol seven per cent. i
4. Each shareholdetr to tbe en
'svei'y "niiit of
S. Thle t.iietscru l)ti. 'r to inne
shares at cost, at any time a t
to be sold in the meantime wit
subsc
6 Tihe lihares to be transfer
to be kept biy the l'rustees, an
ginal cer
GeuIclemei dinU;posed to take
please to address thle subscr
Broa
TICKET
Ihi addition to the above, tihe
build and re.openi thle TIheatr
passed inl this country, propt
lars by i ilinri' I-renty thousb
rinl, tlie :., r i.. i, -i;.t
Thie tickets will I .--.1-
price of box tickets after tlihe
htifoire, 75 cents each. Thie ''
Tile older of Ies'- ticket
itumibet iotl h-ss tllan five,
THIOS. S.
Sublscription Lists for Ticke
imug places, vwher'e ar early
IHoward's Hfo
Mr Brown's,
Pearl Street I
Hlale's News Rlo
Office Courier
DIclonicoHe
'llenix Coff
No. 11 Nassa
C('ustoml IHouse Hot
City IIotel
Slepainu.a, 39 Chr
Conmgru'ss Iall. Broad
Astor
American, WVashington
Carlton HIouse, IIoward
Clarendonu Hou
North Ameri
lrancl Ilfotel ;
Rilny's Fifth VWard Ilote
1'arker, 21 IBowerny
J. W. Brais
Stanley, 2
Bull's Ilead Ilote
Dry Dock Hot
Tanmmany Hail, Lovejoy's.
5OtIItO IUFE INSURAN
NY, Cincinnati, January 7th
and a lialf per cent. ,mi the
lias been declared, payable t
the office of the company in Ci
25th iist. at its Transfer Off
By or er of
jal7l F1 SAMUE
111 OHIO LIFE INSURE
N V.-T'Io'h Transfer Office of t
be kept at No. 6(2
Thle Transfer BotUks will be
ins tant.
N. Y. 1S39. (jCas17 lm)
rC-- ("'-,I ; 3 -. of 3 boxes
double cro.-, U, i, o, per bri
please attend to tIe receipt
chargingr at Pin'e st cot wha
E-- OFFICE OF TIIE N
INSURANCE CO.. 121 Bo wery
.t.iutiary 9, 1839 -Ttle Pie noid
pany have this diay declared a
rrt onil the capital stock out of
tuitutiou, payable oil T
.117 Iw I'E'I
r'- OF'tIE OF TlE JEFi
('UMPAN'Y--New York, Jnmnarv
directors of thIis institution, i
47 "\ nal st., on SMthi ulnny, ntli -
cprn from 11 o'clock
jal6i (
i "--Tll "1 t AMEIR(IC' i ',- I \
Tih- TToy w--Tin mavt an ;!, :.,l;l,'r
shlire ofIlic capital sto(- : t I ',-
onil tie 21St instant, at No. 49s
solution of Ilie
NATHIIANIEL WE
Jn'ary 4th, 18&9.
"=" ORiGANS OF NEW
Whereas several articles ha
thie papers fmr the express
nlaniufactutrer of this city an
public to suppose lihe is tlme
mitte'd to put in my claim fbr
ral instruments which have g
-and possessing the minlost re
to, stlewv, having also had tle
ricam iln'situte, T'ItE GOLD
g;rnp, bIoth at the F
1 irlvite the autenuion of the
out contesting the qualities
with fullest confidence eng
these sublime iustrulments qui
erectdl in
GEORGE JARDINE, GCMol l
jal7 459 I!roadtway, corn
t3 BIIOADI)WAY BATIHS, 0
oei Battths andl arranuelsents a
are in pcirf-
MEI)ICATI'EI) VAPOt)i BA
Baths have been fittedl up a
fimund far superior to any mi
the '-ouintry. Also, portable
sert to any pa
('01.OL) ANI)D VWARM WAT
1309 II'
SULPIIER BATIIS, 600 Br
will lie found a ever failing c
alsu, ill nmrcurial affections,
f- GRIEENW \VICI SAVINGS
JtAN. DIVIDENnso o 139).--T


give inolice to Ill' depositor
usuimal senli-:ulnual dividend o
all n-ums less than five hundred
aill sums of five hunutred donla
bank, during bank hours, oh
All interest not called for wil
diuaw interest
By order of
GEOUIGE SUCKLE
B. B. lowl nLI S
CLINTON GILBERT,
New York, January l-'lli, 18
S COMMEI.CIAL AND R
V ICKSBURG.-Divided.--Th Pr
lhlis Bank have declared a divi
capital stoc'-, I' i\ I 1, in-. t
New York, el a' 11 I. 111i Bank
first Monday inl Jan
J. J. CIIEWNI
Vicksbnrg, Dec. 5,183M..
t3- OFFICE OF THIE AT
OF NEW YORK, 291th Decemin
rectors Ilave this tay declare
l"ati' per ccit. or thlle last six
holders or thliir legal represe
January.
(131 3ws JACO
DXj- Office of th/e Lockport
Road C'ompany.-Notice is ie
for seven Directors of this Comp
tlIe 5th ilay of Fel tlnary next, a
143 Fulttntu street, ill tlhe city
of- i- o'colck at nocin anl t o 'cl
dtiection of three Inspectors, t
Directors. WILLIAM 1
New York, January 5th, 183
-- "IIEChiiANICS BANKING
Williatm street. i erclhmis
11, 18'39.-Tl-'' Board of DI):e
this day unanimously Rtesolvc ,
!ion to tfile tock ofthis Assori
of Febii Iary next, for thie peri
unless three fourths iiianiountnn
the mean time de;eremine in w
be opened for a far
Subscription to tie capital dst
received it cashrm, iu'mtlic slo
gagi-s as shall be approved by
of Febru
E. D. COMSTOC
John H. Cornie, Cashier.
rr- NOTICE is hereby gi:dn
for D)irectors of flie Eagle
Friday. the 25th instant, at 1


MARR
On the morning of the 16th
Church, by the Rev. Mr. Pri
to Miss Margaret T., daughter
this
DI
On the l7th instant, after a lo
Thomas Joyce,
The relatives and friends of t
vited to attend the funeral, th
his late residence, in Frankf
On the 15111 idstant, of apop
illness, aged 42 years, Mr.
mercantile house of lRutherford
New Or
'rlhe friends of the family, t
bert Gedney, and of his brotli
are invited to attend tile fune
274 Bleecker street, this
On the evening of tile 16th
daughter of bier L.
The friends of thi family are
the funeral this afternoon, at
stre
On tile evening of tile U1th in
ees Guyluet, andl daughter o!
SPhlilad
IeIr remains will be rcmjvcd
inme
On tie 15th instant, Julia A
Jenkins, ag
Funeral this afternoon, at 3
str
On tlhe Itth instant, Marg ire
Dorchest


TRADE AND

MONEY MARKET,
The stock transactions yes
United States Bank shares sold
a trifling improvement on the
laware and lHudson Canal Co
rather reced
WHEATr eotNTY.-The bounty o
the state of Maine, payable t
at over
MoiEa SPECIE PAYMENTS.-We
resunied specie payments on
which, the Examiner of 'the
sunmitiwn of specie payment
quietly. Little specie was call
ill some of the banks the de
The State Bank, we are info
We give this morning from
the last bank reports of tile
to the Legislature. We compile
bles, which may be useful f
Capital. Cir
tioni
Tuscaloosa....... 1,235,232..
Mobile............ .2,300,000()...
lHuntsville ...... .. 1,000),.. 1
Montgomery...... 882,000 ....
Decatur ......... 1,500,000..
6,927,232 9,10
Notes &
Bills Dic Sp
Tuscaloosa.. .... .3,905,8C61. .
Mobile........... .8,4116,31..
Huntsville......... 2,733.045..
Montgomery"...... 3,038,642..
D)ecatur.......... 4,586,683..
22,740,551 525
Ve liave excluded permanent
will be seen that for a circular
There is in specie ......
Notes of other banks ........
We exclude from the aggreg
nearly balance e
Tuscaloosa, Dr, $33,817
Agent
Decatur 724,619
$758,476
It will be seenl that the Ban
capitalof less thai $7,000,00
SALES AT THE STOCK E
50 shares U. S. Bank .....
27 no do do...
110 do Mechanics' Bank
15 do Bank of America.
20 (o Union Bank ....
3 do Dry Dock Bank.
10 do Commercial Bank
20 do Brooklyn Bank..
92 do Delaware and Hu
100 do do do......
25 do do do.......
31-0 do o do .....
50 do o (to...
2f0 do do do......
K)10 do do do ...
75 do do do..
50 do do do...
50 do do do......
20 do N. Amer. Trust
10 gio do do ...
50 do Farmers Trust..
50 do Ohio Life & Tiust
50 do do do..
30 no do do ...
50 do do no..
10 do do do..
100 do Kentuckv Bank ..
10 do Illinois State B
25 do Vickslbur Bank.
16 do do do ..
105 do do do...
40 c'o Mohawk Railroad
20( do do do ..
25 do Paterson Railroad
100 do do do....
50 do Utica Railroad....
55 do Harlern Railroadr
50 do do do ..
50 do 0o do....
25 dG o do..
10 do do do...
90 do Stonineton Railroad
25 do ito do
PXEORTS FROM HAVANA, YEARN
Val
Bags Coffee...... ..........11
Boxes Sugars ........... .36
Ilogsheads Molasses........ 5
Tierces Iloney .............
QUuintals of Wax............
Pipes of Rumn................
T'holusands of Segars........ 1
Quintals Tobacco ........... 1
ApjoJi-TI onlie year.
Other article nHot enumerated .

$16,0
SALES OF REAL E
BY JAMES EL
At private sale-The 5 sto
of Broadway and Readc street
CITY AUCTION S
L. SM. HOF
Terms, 4 months, over 5 mb0
Madeira, 361 to 374 cents-40
5U cases Mus 2
At 3 and 4 months--Sugar-4
St cents. New Orleans Sugar
6j to 6

BOSTON AUCTION
Raisins-Chesmrie, 800 boxes, 3
3lc ; 570 casks, 3 t,
Figs-Chesme, 200 drum
(Grapes--Malaga, 70 half kegs
Coal--Sidney 10 cliald $10,25
Peach Orchard, 10 tons, 8,6

SALE OF STOCKS AT P
20 shares Boston & Worces
Tauntoun Branch ito, 10 sold,
894 to a9 per cent-8l do Exe
cent--5 dto Charlestovwn Wliarf
Bank, 5M7 to 57* per share-1
-30 do Granite Bank, 934 pe
per cent-3 do North do, 935
do, 95 pier cent-3-do Atlamti
1 adv-- 10 do IHone Ins Co ,7
dto S8 per cent--2 do Tremon
man's ilo do 74. per cent- 2
per share--13 dlo Globe Bank,
-20 do Western Railroad, 83
54 per
DOMESTIC
POUGHKEEPSIE, .January
Fleece Wool is increasing at
moderate supply. A sale of 1
lity at 50O cents and 6000 pound
60 cents cash, was made for t
lage. In pulled the market i
tor No 2, and54 cents for No. I
BOSTON, January 15-Flour
but little doing in any descri
advanced; sales of white 95
IHemp-Last sales of clean,
Molasses--250 to 300 hiogshead
6 mo
BRIGIHTON, January 14-At
Beet Cattle-We rhuote to cor
first quality 7,25 lo 7,50-seco
25 to


Sheep -Iots were taken at82,
Swine-None at market
PHILAD)ELPIIIA, January 16
limited et $8,50 per barrel for
sales could be effected at $8,25
sales have been made for fore
lion under $8,50, though mo
pri
Grain--Cood Pennylvlnwia
$1,80 per bushel, bultit is s
yellow corn, afloat at 81 cents,
Supplies v
Whiskey-Barrels are scarce a
HIogsheads have improved in
effected at
ALEXANDRIA, January 14-F
to 81,653-Rye, 50 cents-Corn,
-Bacon, per cwt
Flour-Yesterday the wagon p
of stores $8-it is held at $8 t
had at thee
MONTGOMERY, Alabama, Ja
the week has been tolerably b
and some few lots have cha
good order, aud boats arrive
ton from 9 to 12 cents-Fl!ou
$16 per
BALTIMORE, January 15-Fl
ard street, continues rather
tinue to ask $8,50, while on t
yesterday at $88, and another
consider $8,25 as the fair st
paid by dealers, for parcels by
wagons $8,124 is generally pai
finally, at $8,50-no buyers.


The demand for most descript
continues dull, and holders are
tisn of farther importations,
any extent, except at low price
transactions reported since o
cambrics $22. per corge; 400 d
per pee; 900 do 38 yds 36 in lo
do 7; 120 do 40 yds 43 in grey s
do 3j; 300 do 40 yds 35 in do
cold prints 32; 200 do 24 yds 33
doz Turkey red and white hidk
wanted. Glasswere 67 casks
last, and the stock is rather l
ed for, and the market well
eae
Tin-A small lor of Singkip,
1000 pcs of Straits have just
ca which will likely bring about
unm-Bengal in Isttle request
been sold at 500 a $505 cash, an
mos
Coffc'e-We hear that $7 per pcl
Camlpaa. Oil-Cocoanut scar
pcl, has been rel'uc
Saao-Pearl rather scarce, a
bought at i 30. Black Pelper-
bought at 5 15 a 6 25, an
Tortoise Shell in some request
during the week at
1:. : -b Loiiloni, 6 month
,. Ii ..' n. t4s6d--few
a;Mlounts have bell negotiated
request, and some private bil
Co's rupees per

SHIPPING IN

PORT OF NEW-YORK.
Sun rises .............. 7 15
Sunsets ................ 4.45I


LATEST
From London ...... ....Dc. 14 F
From Havre.......... Dee. 15
PACKETS NEXT DUE.
FROM LIVERPOOL.
England, Waite ......... Dec 19
Pennsylvania-........Dec 25 S
FROM I.ONDONDON.
Philadelphia, Morgan..Dec 20 i
Samson, Sturgess......Jan 1
FROM HAVE.
Albany, Johnssou-......Dec 16
Erie, Funk.............Dec 24
CLEA
Ships John Baring, Palmer, M
gress, HIabby, St. Joseph Fla"
Clharleston. Ci Sultton-Bark P
hard & Co-Brigs Granite, G
Leeds; Warsaw, Sheffield, Mo
ARRI
Sloop Eliza, Nichols, from N
di
BEL
Packet ship Albany, Johnson,
ndzeo to W W
Wind-Southl-ligh
MEMORY
The U. S. schir Ezperiment, Lt
folk on
Brig Harry, Scales, Irom Ha
hoarded by a pilot off Cape
la
Brig Baltic, was under 8 day
not having the Spanish Consul's
of He
Brig Jae (condemned) and sc
19th
The Mississippi river was enti
miles below R tandol t
DISAS
The schr MahIala, Allen, fm
distress, arr at Wilminglton,, 1
sprit, rigailn
Ship Balance, Liscomh, which
for NOrleans, returned 15th, le
posed to be caused by
Schir Curlew, rolled away the
lost fore ghff, 13th
From Nassau.--The schr Carib
ported wrecked at Abaco on th
leans,) arrived at Nassau 18th
was badly injured when the sc
of thle wrecking schrs with the
to Nassau, leaving the schr in
terwards, another gang of wr
Caribou by force, drove out th
D., affixed a temporary rudder
and took her into Nassau; It
be a law suit between the part
would be
The schr Oriana, of Scituate,
Joseph,) had been sUt fire to a
she went ashore, by some pers
previously icen stolen, and c
would probably be recovered,
usihg every exertion to discover
salvage on her cargo amou
Thme huli of schr Mary Rlizab
her passage from New York to
salu for 705 dollars..and purcha
Ori
Schr Eixabettlh, of Baltimor
been sunk in atlemptin
'The cargo, lumber, of the br
had been sold. The vessel it
pair
The above accounts are to the
the agents of thle underwriters
demanded by Capt Wish, of t
conveying the cargo of wrecked
and the C. Would pzobahily p
salt for Boston. The schr Kosci
adelphia, wtas to proceed to NO
the Carribou, via Ragged Islend
[Boston
SPO
27th ult. on the Bahama Banks
for H
18th ult. lat37 15, Ion 73 50,
NOrle
PORTS IN THE U
BOSTON. Jan. l6th--Arr schr
N
Telegratihed-Brig S
CI'd, Quincy, Ho
PROVIDENCE, Jan. 15lth-Sl'd
sloops New Yolk; Guilfor
NEWPORT, Jan. l4th-Arr sch
folk for P
BALTIMORE, Jan. 16th-Cl'd
mondson, St Marks; George Po
ALEXANDRIA, D. C. Jan. 15th-
brig Cazenov
NORFOLK, Jan. 12th -Arr Br
Ibtigs AIix, fm NYork; Hurd,
Abaco,'Prospect
CI'd, brigs Clara, Windies; L
Indi
RICHMOND, Jan. t4th-Arr br
Presto, Bait; Richmond, NYork
Bait; sloop Pe
WILMINGTON, NC. Jan. iltk-
vidence; Sale5, Tpton, Sale
Grand Turk, Nichols, Barbadu
Flower, Tyler, to; Coral Br
Pease, dlo; schrs Edlwa;d, Far
chard, Havana; Catharine Nich
do; Velocity, Kelly, da; A F T
Boston; Waaldc
CI'd, ship Plato, Tubbs, Jama
na; Enterprise, Clifford, dto;
on, Fulton, do; Vesper, Hopki
Guadalouue' Enterprise, Parkin
& Willialn, lark Jo; E
CHARLESTON, Jan. 12thl-Arr
Yor
Cl'd, brig Zealand,
Sl'd, ship Congaree, Bo

JAMES BLEECKER
C HANCERY SALE OF F
LOTS ON CHRIS
JAMES BLEECKER & CO. will
the 18th day of January, at 12
No. 13 Broad street, under the
Esq. Master
The five two-story brick buil
Nos. 41, 43,45, and 47 Christo
number including two buildings
teen I'aclory and Fourth st
uudivided half part of a certa
point of land bounded by Chri
See special advertisement, s
'ter in Chancery.
JAMES IBLEECKE
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
V STt EETS WITH
JAMES BLEEICKER1 & CO. will
day, 24thl January, at 12 o'clo
Broad
The following valuable real
chanics' Dank, and now occu
dry Comp
Eight lots ofground, situat
WVest and Beach streets, hav
West street, and alout 133
Bulk }Tcad and Wiater Right
feet fomn the north side of
be soil togeth
Tertls on the day of sale. A
chase rnoney can remain
Lithographic maps can be o
J15
JAMES BLEECKE
VALUABLEE PROPERTY IN
Sopposite Dutch street.-Jam
at auction, on Wednesday, 23
their Sales Room, No. 13 Broad
IIouse r o. 40 John street, on
Dutclh street, and the lot 26 fe
len
Three-fourths of the pur
bond and
A map of the pro| erty can
WALDEN PELL,
A AUCTION NOTICE.---C
C PELL will sell at aucti
a quarter before 11 o'clock,
warden's inspection, for acc
kets Champagne Wine, damage
tion.
A AUCTION NOTICE--IHAVA
Boxes white and brown HT
nish Seed Segars; 75,000 IIav
tion TIIlS DAY at a quarter o
store of C. &


IN pursuance of an order of t
New York, Notice is hereby
claims against Jacob Reed, la
ceased, to present the same
the subscribers at the office
street, in tile city of New Y
of July next.--Dated New Yo
MARIA WALDRON
JI 8law6m ELIZA
REPOSITORY OF ARTS, 4
SHORN beg to inform the pu
import the most choice and
which will be found every publ
and which together with water
cils, brushes, &c. &c., they
D. & H. have also for sale
Fortes. chosen by Mr. Horn
equal to any that are manufa
musical publications are
All things love thee, so d
yet"-- Oh come to the west
sy"-"AA enetians Serenade
" Meta"-" Sweet round my
ber Mary ?"--" Halls
N. B.-A choice collection of
eminent authors, such as Her
&c.
N. B.-Piano Fortes tuned and
J
WANTED-A small Count
having a Garden attach ed to
lyn, Williamsburg or Jer
81 Lower Post Office.
,- LO LET-A large Cellar








The Trustees of the Clin
Presenting their annual report
pleasure to congratulate th
hitherto attended the liberal
their institution was founded,
present high standing of the
tion, the interesting object
child of the
The able report made by the l
tion at the annual meeting on
view of the present prospero
prospects, calculated to affor
those who aided at its birth,
are now watching with parental
mature
Nor should this feeling be
of evil consequences to arise
cession of strength by til
The Trustees of Clinton Ial
in bearing testimony to the ab
have been conducted; and, wit
form good conduct and correct
bers in all that relates to the
luded to, consists in the over
late annual election of officer
tions of both parties in the n
going party sp rit and exciting
*more thIl all others, should
:influence of those disturbers
Trustees while they disappl
pleasure to inform those of
pressed some concern on this su
no permanent evil is likely to t
on to hipe that both parties w
customned good fellowship, a
will be conducted with less
,least, of p
The number of members wh
mentioned, has increased to
the corresponding increase o
at present of 18,000 volumes,
sary during the last year,
which the trustees of Clinton
to furnish in the Hall. The
former library and reading r
have heen connected by a spi
rooms, by which arrangement
continues below, and t at of t
story, are both doubled This
plated in the planning of the
which has certainly arrived m
10e4, while it has added great
rience of the members of the
-attended with considerable e
'Clinton Hall Association, and
funds which from the last an
-had reason to expect would b
year, to the payment of a part
12,000, the balance remaining
-erection of
Besides the expense incurr
ments the revenue of the Ha
cessation of the rent which
for the rooms now added t
Room. But it will be perceive
exhibited, that the rents of th
meet the expenses, ordinary a
terest on the debt is not suffer
no further calls are made upon
beyond the current expenses,
principal may be calculated u
menced. The trustees are na
debt, and with that view will c
priato from time to time, a
Hall, to decrease the amount
are now reduced to so narrow
doubt exisliig of their ability
,on the debt, they have not had
iing thle payment of the expe
:ment. viewing the same only
wheu [their debt haviPig been
"well as their pleasure, to de
to the increase of the Libra
in the history of the Institut
subscription to the stock of C
the original subscriptions we
estabhshmnents have been f
emulous to unite tleir names
enviable relief amongst our ci
benefactors and trusty guardian
ed, as we have reason from p
to devote the mercantile chara
an happy union, the refineme
spirit of trade, and to enroll
tions of society, the honor
chan
The Library and readir.g ro
-der the new arrangement, and
eflcia oiperatiomu, we would re
holder) to call and witness the
,pily thoy sowed in good g
invitation to all who are int
-and increased usefulhess of
"ca
oClinton Hall owes on bo
race Co., the interest
Ist of the present month,
Balance in the hands of t
use of the lecture room for
The Association owes f
the pastyear in the bu
nation of the Mercautil
balance of -
To MEET TH
Balance as above,
Amount due 1st February
Estimated receipts of th

Leaving on the 1st February
-whice amount is much less th
"be on the quarter en
By order of t
PHILIP HIONE
HENRY M. ELLIOTT,
New York, Jan. 14,1839
JFIFTIE'I'TH STREET.-Notice
sons interested, that the Co
perform certain duties relative
the East river to the Hudson ri
city of New York, have comply
and Assessment, as well of t
by the owners and parties inte
premises required for the sa
and advantage to the owners an
tihe lands and premises not r
and that the said Commissione
or transcript of the said es
premises in the Clerk's office
the inspection of whomsoev
,objections thereto, if any, m
'said Coummissioners, or either
thle first publication of this
further given, that the said
went will be presented to th
:of the People of the state of
the city of Albany, on the fif
openimug of the court on that
counsel can be
New York, Jan
CHAS. DUSENBERRY,
E 6 LaZARUS, 29 oa
.11 14t J. COLVI
AUCTION NOTICE.-Pawnbr
ed Pledges.-The subscribe
1NGRAHAMwill sell at public
28th, at half past 9 o'clock, a
very valuable collection of u
been there deposited 12 muont
gold and silver patent lever,
ilepine and plain English aind
soup ladles, table and tea spoo
keys, breastpins, forks, fin
chains, coral and other bead
frames, spectacles, gold and s
clarionets, platedl and other
stands, guns, pistols, swordt
tea pots; together with a v
wearing apparel, such as cam
touts aud body coats, cloth
monkey jackets, pantaloons, sl
remnants of cloth, silks, prin
a quantity of household furni
quilts, sheets, a very excel
shovels and tongs, brass kettle
chairs, tea trays, with a great
numerous t
JOHN I. IIART, Lic
488 Pearl st. oppose
Where advances are liberal
N. B.-Dealers and others wil
8o attend this sale, there bei
'of Clothing, &c. &c. The wh
Silver Plate, and Jewelry,


iDROSPECTUS OF THE CORSA
- ture, Dramatic News and C
vel
N. P. WILLIS and T. 0. POR
ly inh the City of New York,
tion and character. It is the
sing periodical as call he ma
Imor, and literature of the tine
ly of English, but of French
give dramatic criticisms with
in short to picture the age init
centricities a
As the ptiratical law of copy-
expense, the labors of Bulwe
with the whole army of foreign
sent (consistently with the
stood by American Publishers)
can productions. Their critic
I.o always on the alert for nat
of their ability they will keep
ofeonupatri
They see their way very cle
the track of any weekly period
practical professions, they tak
that if the harvest of event, w
over the world, they can hardl
agreeab
New Y ork, Ja
Terms, Five Dol
Names ofSubscribers will ie
the office of The Spirit of
way and Barclay street, and b
tors.
S EAIL MKINS--South Sea Seal,
a superior article for ladies
12 Jacob st. by
yELLOW NANKEENS--10 cas
sale by TALBOT & LATIHR
A NCIIOR-A second hand An
sale by WM. NELSON
CALF SKINS of a superior qu
season-fo
jal 2w PENNY SM
M OUISSELINE DE LAINES-
worsted, just recei
jal8 3t D. N. L
CHOPPAS AND BANDANNAS-
eum, and small Choppas and
ties, for sale by WM. C. l.AN
W ORST''ED YAIN---For Car
bales, Nos. 10, 12 and 1-I
article. fir sale bty WM(.
MA MIICAN CLOTIS'1--0 ca
.A qualities, bluC. black, gr
in ixt Cloths
J18 W.C.
W HALEBONE--20,0lb.e I. nunrs
s ile by W. K. & C. I1lTCt
SUGAlR,T
75 boxes Philadelphi
250 do dto
125 do do
100 do dl
100 do New York
75 do do
120 do do
CO bhls do cr
180 do Philadelph
50 do Boston
412 chests HIy
109 do H
194 hf ch Yo
36 chests
1()n~ n ..


NOTICE

na- At an Election for D
INSURANCE COMPANY, held at
1839, the following gentlemen
ensuing
John R. Hurd,
Thomias II. Merry,
John Mason,
Abraham Bell,
Charles A. Davis,
humghi Auchincloss,
Siueoln aldwiu,
Joseph I). Beers,
Russell Glover,
RobertI. IWalker.
Frederick A
CIIARIES I. JOH
New York, Jan
At a subsequent mccltirg of
sons were re elected
JOHN R. HURD
'I OMAS H11. MER
CIHAS. P. JOHNS
GEORGE DUPLEL
New York, January 16, 139.
TlE
DOCTOR
PIIHYSICIAN A
Member of the Medical Facul
May be consulted oil all
.JUMA
And on all imperf
AT HlI8 OFFICE,
Near Maiden lan
ASPECT
Spectac'e lenses adapted s
deviation or defect, restorin
eyes perfectly cool, and
Office open daily, Sundays

DURAND
BANK NOTE
No, 26 WALL
Inform the Banking Institutio
they have organized an esta
in all its departments, for t
above business. Their long
tion as inventors or perfect
which have taken place in ba
trust, be a sufficient guaranty
ecutiou ofoeders ent
Their die, or machine work,
counterfeiting, is entirely n
made expressly for this firm
C. Darand, who has devoted t
subject. For beauty of execute
effect, they pledge themselves
any thing tlmit has before
PHIoCES-For a Steel Plate
For a Coper Plate
Bonds for loans with coupons
&C. elegantly executed.
FIRE INSURANCE.--T
F COMPANY of Boston-J. In
dlant, continues to insure in
Houses, Stores,
Applications for insurance o
nlade to A. G. IIAZARD, offic
FIRE INSURANCE. --The IEt
ny ofllartford --Thomas K.
to insure against loss and d
New York and its vicinity, dw
and inanufactories, niercha
A. G. HAZA
dl5 Office 13
NTOTICE-The co-partnersi
Stween thie subscribers, un
BROWN, was dissolved, by mut
of October last. Tlie concerns o
settled, and the business
BENJAMIN
LEONARD
New York, 24
LEONARD BROWN (late Hal
ated with hinm ASA POTTER, (
transact mercantile business
the firmum of BROWN & POT
LEONARDI
ASA P
1st January, 13
NEW AND IMPOiTANT I
PATENT MACHIINE FO
will be put in operation for
CO'S Machine Shop, No. 29 G
been recently patented and i
witueessed its operation, to b
kind ever invented, being ve
and not liable to get out ofre
shingles per hour with the at
of these machines is about on
The inventor will remain inl t
pared to dispose of rights for
gle nlachinies. Those wishing
Broadway, (Exchange Office
SACRED MUSIC.-Dyer's third
Pieces, Odes
Dyer's Selection of Sacred
hymnn tunes.
Zeuner's Ancient Lyre.-A
original Church Music. Seven
prov
National Church Harmony, d
vate devotion, by N. D. Goul
ti
AMusica Saicra, or Utica and
ted, with anm appendix, by T
Warr
Spiritual Songs, for social
ings. Fifth
Sabbath School Harp-A stl
of Sabbath Schools, by Lowel
lea
The M.2thattaan Collection
and anthimne composed and.
patronage of the New York A
adapted to the use of classes,
figured basis for tile organ
Published and for sale
jal7 22m
DTlUNDEE LINENS, AND O
subscribers have now in s
ceiving, a large and conlplete
tion of heavy Linens, which
to the trade oil f
Osnaburgs-Inu whole, half a
and 72 yard pi
Burlaps and Brown Sheeting
qual
Canvass Padding--Heavy and
prior Flax, mater
Dowlas and Crequillas-25 t
so
Imitation Russia Shleeting-
color and white, an exce
Brown Russia Sheeting
Russia Diaper-
Russia Ravens Duck-Co
Lines Buckram-
Twvilled Sacking--Brown aud
IlBrown Linen and Drilling-
White do do
Bleached English and Scotcll
wi
Bleaclied and Brown Diape
Irish 3-4
Linemn Bed Ticks---4-4 w
Linen Floor Colohs-
Bridpmort Englgish Seie and
Shoe 'Thread-Brewn E
Cotton Blagging ;
Assorteld qualities anlt co
Colored Flushin
Red Paddiings-3-4 and 6
Whitnley Blanke
Scotch and Irish Bl
do dto )\V
Irish 4'4 Linen-In whole an
WOOD, JOIINSTON
d25]l
rCALBOT, OLYPHANT & CO.,
.L for
40 cases 7-8 and
20) do white Ptng
20 do crimson Hdkfs
3 do brownSinchlew
10 do Saddlers' Sewin
15 do white Gr


20 do white antl brown Gr
ties an
l0 odo Pearl Butto
10 do Amnerican Sewing S
best I
20 do Palhnm LeafFan
250 do Ging
0 do di y Gin
150 do China Ware, P
75 pic ul
10 cases Cassia Oi
70 rolls 4-4 white Mattin
150 do 4-4 Brus
400 sacks Li
11 bales Missi
TEAS-450 chests
250 15 b boxes
175 chcsts
485 boxes O
230 chests IIyson ;
200 12 lb bo
75 cases canisters d
110 chests Young Iyson
SPRING DRY GOODS-Prints,
British an
Printed Muslins, bishop L
Black and white autd black
Chintz Furnitures, ver
Mousselines de L
Check Gingbams, b
Gambroons, new mixed
Buffalo Clot
London Weltings and (lnli-m,
Erniinetts, printed and p
3-4 and 6-4
Clothls, black au
Silk Gloves, sil
In store and landing from rece
able terms, lIy THOM
J9 tf
IIINA SILK GOOi)
2' cases 4-4 and 7-8 black
5 do 7-8 do
5 d(o 30inch corded
3 do 30 inchll (
5 do 30 inch Ma
6 do 30 and 32 inch
1 do 30 inch supcior
1 do fluiedc
5 do 24inchbl
20 do Pea
10 do fine Nanki
1000 rolls plain and Ilg
J4 In PHILIP
SPRING GOODS,-Received by
by GODFREY O
42 Excha
)Dark Print's ha
Black andlm
7-8 and 981'Pri lts, colored
6-4 Jacone t, Book
40 cas9* Mouis
15 (o rich s
'20 (lo
7 tto rich sa
6-1 printed Meri
Irish silk and cotton, popl
and Verona H
Valenti
Silk and silk and co
th a splendid assortment of
Wi and Victoria Shawls
EXCHANGE on the Royal Bank
purchasers. Orders by mail


DRY G
D-AVII) IIADI)EN & CO. 61 P
complete assortment
Ileosie y of all kinds, inc
Pam!a!loon Stnut
Tabby Velvets an
Worsted and cotton, and wo
Blue aum green printed
Cloths and Cassilnre
Red Paddinirs
Ingrain andI Brmnms ia
Italian l.u.-trmgs a
Cotton I.aces
Genoa Velvets; I
Italian black Sil
Patent Thread
l)rnggets-plain, green ac
BEIITlrSlI DRY GOO1)S-D-
place, has received per latl
seasonable goods
Rich dark aund (inc
Mousselinec dei I m.i,
(Crnp, Camblt-.
Ermiiimetl, pla
Printed Marn3i
Cotton Pintalon l" ..
Tablhy Velvecs ;
Red P'aiddings, 3 4 and -4
Mouslins, tape andm fah
Rich 9-8 printed Mons
Printed 9-8 Canmliri
Pink checked Chambray, a
ha
Extra rich fan
Men's and women's I.
White Toilet Covers ;
Also, 200 cases assorted t
J1831nm] 50 do black ad
RIENCII GOODS-ticth fig, 'd
Plain, colr'd and blue
Do dto Gr
Rich printed Mou
Do do 'usli
Black and bluk bla
Do do do Cra
9-20 and 12 11 ric
Not;. 9 andl 12 r
Nos. 11 a 22 plain
Fancy Scarfs, 3-4 and ,-
Bayadere and
Silk net Gloves, embr'd and
for sale by T
jal8 lw
WI(IGHT, STURG18 & SHAW,
arrivals, and ofler for sale
the following assortment of Br
IINEN GOODS-5.1 4 alnd 7-8
styles and qualities; 7-8 and
Sheetings; 6 G0-4 Damnask and
and 4-1! biown Illlanlds ; Tow
las ; plain white and brown D
rough Browns ; Pantaloon S n
full assortment of white andmu
kills ; linen and worsteud tl
patent lin
9-8 and 7-8 Prints and pri
Ginghams--Black and wh
Whlite Muslilis--9-8 andJ C-C
mulls ; India Books ; bishop l
assorted
ltUmbrellasV-Wha
Pani. it P'nu -L'-
B( i o i. I- I, 1. hi clot
printed quilting, fancy C'ai
din
Valenc. v, .ringi.
IIosier; --\\..11. i'n white
ho
Wonten's printed a
White, brown and
GClove-u- Ien's and woIlien
do do
do do whlt,
Baudannas--Plain and twi
Spun and silk hldkis,
Alpine and stuminer cloths, Ml
de Naples, bonnet, cati andi bel
silk velvets, India rubbli.r s
linings, faney sil'i shawvls, scar
tin cravats, white cr
GERMAN 1IOSIERVY.--SNE
have received per late arli
cases assorted German CeCt
Ladies' whiit, unbleaclhed,
and embroidered,
Iadiei black warp a
Children's auso lted
Men's white, mixed stand unm
Also, ladies assor
J15 3m No. 41
SPRING GOO)S--Jusnt ieceive
CGrasse and Poland, from l
ment of Goods, for li,
Black and blue d..
Do do Gros de Par
Black Italian I.u-
lilue black a!nd col
Black silk Sergi's; black a
Umnubrella Silks, %7 anil
Plain and fig'd Poult de
Colored Fiorences and Mia
Gaumze and Lace Vilz i; uric
Black, blue black and
Do do eido Ha
I)o do 5 -I & 6-1 Vi
WVhite andl pink A
Dotted Tlhlue Lace, bl
Dark blue and assorted e
Lonma and short Lace Gloves
Changeable Silc
Rich Damnask 'i-4, ai
)o emb'd Cra
Rich Scarts, Maintillas a
Embossedt M llsiuo, for lres
Stripedl Mou;e
Plaidi Gros
Black Pnd blue bi
Rich fi:m'd Ribblon s, 9-16 a
Rich iBelt
Black anuId Colohed Taf
Col'd Satin Ri;bons, N
Col'd W
Blk and whitb ILa
Black Velvems
White. black alnd coI'd Ed
Bliue jlack-and ct
ladies fancy Cravt:ts;
Gros d'Ati'iqeu
Gunim Elastic Su'4spende
Black Satins anilGr
Plain and fig'd
Black Modl; tdo; I
While andi col'd Satin
Me's ;land wovmcn'. b'k
Black aud coh
Black aud mvhilm Si
hancy French r'ints ;m I
J5)3nm .1. A. VO
- I \1 1I'1 I: m,1 ,1l'. i ,
Sfull assoi'tinelmnt ,niCGer-nm
ceimved by late arrive'
SATINS--ilack. blue,
SERGES-Do m !o
VE.L'VETS-Fiigurcdl, vi!i
L.USTRIINGS--ta ticoni's l
VELVETS--.Lyons aid Ge(;oa
nan Velve'sta, hIt
SILKS-PI .... r-.,,,.
RIBBONS- I .n I ;i-:soitedl I
tuerior (
GATLLO()NS--la,:mt
CRAVATS- Imaluin, p
Do Taffecas. ann
PLUSII--Fmr haIllter
IIAT BAN DS and illtin
EDGIN S--'l'ireadt-a
VEI.VET RIBIIIIONS-Black man
VESTINGS--A fuill assor;mnmct n
Satiin ldo; CoLton aimmd
--AI
60 cases 'Tapes and I l'
21l do Frimigm..i in
5 idlo Piuk Oflice '
15 uda Fmuritmre Binili
5 do llosiery-S-an> I
2(0 do to whiit
5 bales Turkey Rdt i Yarn, a
from n 10o 1c


NE W SPRING GmOOImli-S
haven jst recein u d per .te
6-1t hirte Ca.ill, ricit,
6-4 checked and l
Beavec-rlecns-pla
Marseilles \"eli
Alkio, i
Crape Calmbl lts,
Ginighams; Pri
l'antaloon Stuf
Linen Drills, (rus Clot
jal5is I I EII
A tprintedl catalogue, gnriig a
riety of articles, wimlh their i
any part of the rouinry whe
ing each package of goods, sp
are forwarded.
BH ARVEVY & SLAGG(, No. 18 E
sale the following Goods, m
Light andmi Dark Prlts- Ne
and 6-4 C:mobrics; '-1l, 5-4
Checks and Nains:ooks; -9i su
city trade ; 3S1 Molr,,kins an
Cotlton losiery-- Men'.l a mixt
youths' umixt and brown, mi ni
Dra
VWoollen lIos.crv--A g.puieln
iamibs' awool and ostedh, boy
half Iose am>! Glove.i, l.l
P'rintedn .l-eans--5 C.tset-, a.ls
Cotton 'fapes-- A sUlprior ar
Stay and P'etershal liindi
AlNo, one canm i S, Silk
raven. [.J2 N \
1 11 I-ll I'11 \; i- -1
place, las eC'ic i'e
Iiglt and dlark Prhil
Fancy Gingtlnams, .inei
Canllt.leieupn-. s;
Fine linen D)rills, fi,
Bulilflo Clothi, 1liav
Valencia V('siins,
Sup printed WeIiinis, sati
Carpet Biumdin!:, \vxhite .tt
EW irl'IN( (iOOD-ti 'l
ceived, by late arrivals, a
pla
Cases dark anl ligl,l t
I)o black and whi
Do do .
Do dotl
Do stripes
)Do fancy
D)o ,umio;s.:el i de ai
Do ii e iiilo
D1o (lamuibrioon.s ail
D)o crape
Do twill'd su
I)o silk and w
Do black tabby Velvet,
IlGuHIt.,Y IMPi'ORANT N
comnpl aint, ilyslepsi a, 1Iil!iui
SconsmuilptinucomUughs, anlI',
chest and side, ulcers, fema
nlereurial diseasos are suece
Medical Olffice, 10i0 Ch
InI all cases of lypocondriac
of thie IIeart, Neirvouia Irr
Fluor Albus, Sm-inial YWeaknes
ilte, Ftatulencry, H-:mintlurn,
ness, Chlorosis or GrIeen Sickn
t Faintings, Ay.sterics leadac
Sare, (Gout, Rhcumuatisni, As


SHIP
FOLR MA DRAS AND CA
sailing ship CHAMPLAIN,
ini a few days for lio alu,
acconimodattons, ca'n take a
sage, apply to t
J113 BOOT E
PASSAGE FROM GREAT



Persons wishing to send for
old country, can secure their
can ships, sailing w'eldy 1i
termsn. Mr. J. 1. Rochle, one
is there; lie being more inter
at Liverpool, will see them fo
comfortable manner. amid wit
expected fronl any house in t
Ilhere. Those wishing t remini
have drafts, payable
Sitoval I ank of
PRESCOTT', GROTE,
which will be paid in all the p
land, and
Apply, or address (i
_1163t 3__ ROCIUE, R111O
SFOR LIVERPOOL-The s
.j|U SON, J. T. Watkins, maste
3. will be despatched for
thIe '5th inst. For fr. ;
J15 DAI I', F11t? Ii \
M FOR I.IVERPOOL- Pack
^_g' Thle packet ship UNI
l reage, master, wpill sail
For freight or passage apply
lane, or to R
PASSAGE FROM GREAT
L \ ND, via IIVERPOOL,
-Persons wishing to send
in Great Britlain and Ireland
with the subscribers to have
spring
Drafts for ariny amount for t
sengers. For further -. ,,I;,
orat the office o
JIERDMAN & KEENA
J4ear W
FOR LIVERPOOI-New L
of 25th January.--The
Captain DePeyster. of 100
For freight or passage, havii
for sapiletdor or comfort, app
foot of Wall street, or
56 out
Letters by the packets will b
Sheet, and I50 cents per oun
The packet ship GARRIICK
the Sheridan, and sail 25th
K PASSAGE FROM
IRELAND--The subscribe
arrang -mients in this cit
pool of persons residing in E
Wales; and those engaging a
pend on their friends being f
tuality, and without anry un
And for the further arcoin
wish to remit money to their fri
amount on thle Batik of Irelan
latndl, R. C. Glyn & Co. Londo
payable o
For passage, or
SAMUJEL THOMPSO
N. B. Applications by litte
mediate attention..
To sail [i
x-, FOR. IIAMBURG.-Thelu
andi copper f asened ba
K i i... i, hasa large pr
aged, vi. I ..11 ll I ispatc
freight or passage, having f
dS i). Ii. S
-rf ., FOl IIAMBURG-- h F
%?T' ? sailing copperrd an
36i, CATOR, Capt. Ilubert
oflier carro eingagedl, and wil
balance of freighillor passage
apply to D. ii. SCIMI)
FOR KINGSTON, Jaima
ing schr. M(OKENA, Ilaum
qluicpk despatch. Caum t
and a deck load, and will acco
sencrs. Apply on boari
.19 W7M. WYLLYS I"RATT,
First
y FOR NATCIIEZ, direct t
the Balize, without stop
iport.--The A 1 swift. co
edm brig NEVA, hIaving 7-Sthis o
ing oiln board, wants tinly the bul
shie will sail immediately, amu
cent. less rates than by any
conflict to sail o n a given
bulk head.
FPour more cabin pas
Jt4 I
FORl NATCIIEZ, GRN
--[Old E tabli iled d I.ii
known, regular Ipacket b
master, having a large part of tl
board, will s
For balance of freight or 1t
E.R.,orto Jl
Tihe above vessel is of thI fi
to the trade, having been the f
the above ports t
All goods sent fromn oumt ports
warded free ofconmissio.
FOR NEW ORL.EANS--M
sail on the 21st .Jamlary-
et ship ORONOCO, i' oers,
part of her cargo engaged ani
what freight may offer, antd
which will bI taken low or pa
12, E. R. or to .JOIN
or hIICDA RDS &RICII
No freight will be taken ai
inslant.
FORlI NEW ORLEANS-[
Packet--Positively to clear
i'sa Itakes a steamer at the
per fastened and coppered sh
take very light freiglii at c
at pier 11, Old slip, or to
N,. fmi iht taken after Frid
in H. !-i lading
I. 'OR NIXEW ORLI.EANS-
SYork Line]--Regtular Packe
The superior last saili
Capt. 'Trulman, is now loadiu
above. l"or freigllt, or passaf
dations, apply oni board, at Or
or to SCOT
No goods wi!! be mrcceive
The sinmp OCONEE, Capt, Lyi
andi s'mi nn tll e 2tit inst.
l"O,) MOBIlE---Packe
iulst.---To go to the cit
superior fast sailing ia
and going I..... i.Itv., .i i .. 1
day and(l ( i, .1 i. i .n .
For bamha ... .. i" "'i. ;.i o
furnished .. ....,.. 1., ..
street alhl MIUrI'mr
No goods received on hoari
.118 SCOT'r &
SMOB1I.E PACKET--To sa
Ipacket slil EDW\VINA, Y.
ias ubhove. For irci:hst o
at w'iest pier, Bn
J^ll E. D tiiil
n APAI.ACIICOLA ItA(
^23(1l-T'lIe packet shili1
-- -master, wiill s'il as ab
ap lmy on board, at wuet m
_W E. I). IiJ
'C )FOR iT. MARiKS, iK
tg lfalt sailimg brig SiT. Ml
w'ill lammvex tlink il.- atch
iia' itig w lIl fuiriliished acCm ili
pier 11 E R, or lo
.117 corner of


FOIl PENSACOLIA, FlLOi
t sel will be desrpatichei
next week. For freigli
J5
Coinr Oti ;l SIl
t FOR S,'I. AUGUSiJT'INE
S. C.--The superior faats
Captain Elkin(lt n, \m iw
ties S!ip, will have desplatch.
on board, er to
d'i'8
1'0s FOR. S.VANNAll-A goo
Sto receive light freinhit
ae- days, and have qcui
.11i A CO
ra FO ltSAVANNAh -Ship
of 2h inst.-The superi
SGAST'ON, W. Whinl i.
'," .." il .,; ,, ,. I ,' .
1' I' l. 1' a' "i li l.mi
at Murray's wharf, to SCOT
or .1TISSON & I&O.
FrIeiglihts by this line are nii
custominary rates.
I"FFOR 'I LAItL'eSTON--tm
''lY l)avy- Tile sp'ilcrirm
12 ILEY, (eCorgue Ileahl imas
nmay offer this lday, and m saI :
or ipassage,:Iam iing superionr a
bmetwccn.tPi e sirepti and
J1 .1. TINKlIA
FOR CHARIMLESTON-
The picket Brig PIANTE'1
take wthat freight oiffr
For freillt (.r igpasoa. l inivg
onu board, east side
.118 GEo. B I
m FOR E I)ENTON. PL
S,R^ N. C.--Tle lprnlildid
1I-"-S ING, Caputain Irelan,
Coenties slip, will him c iminem
passage apply o
dAi. A. Ii.
F, 'Olt NEWBiEIHN, N.
S'7 This D)a--'l'he fast,
N._,_, S\WAN (Charlee \V'l
wh'it freight oliers. until I
above. For freiight or passage
ket st.
.11R BROW
L \Olli W11,MiNGTON. N.
tiuely FirstlVessel -Sa
lter'ior flst saying regut
E. TIIORN, \V. .1. Tyler, inas't
Dover st. and Ia m ingm a great p
ssil as above. For freight ior
commodations, apply on
Te regular packet schr. REGU
surieild tie above, andl l 'u
jal8 Ili(O\V '
SFOR SWANSiOTO, N.
t FAIR, Capt Marslaill. wI
offilr, and sail oini Salur
oni hoard, at foot
il7 I)EPEYSTEIR & W\I
FOIl NORFOLK--With i)
fast sailing iScliooner TI
ing at middlle pier Coenti
ate dispatch. For freigllt or p
J. i A. I
FOR IhCIHMOND.--[A. A
fine fast sailing packet
lisk, now loading mat e
have immediate despatch. For


STEAM
NEW YORK AND PIIIL
L.INE-D
Via Newark, New Brunswick
l'v continuous line ofRailro
Now York) Into the city of Phi
road Bridge
Leave New York, from the fo
(Sundays


Morning Line, at
Mail Pilot Line, a
Passengers will procure their
Liberty street, where a coim
readiness to convey them t
crates o
Philadelphia baggage goes t
by til
Passengers by the Morning L
in season to take Ihe 3 o'clo
which arrives ill that ci
Mail Pilot Line delivers pas
hours in advance
Rrturninmg, the l.ies will lea
A. M., 4j o'clock, P.M.
CAMDEN ANDI) AM
LINE-For Plhiladelp
excepted,) at 7 nd 1
pier No.
SEVEN O'CI
By steamboat to South Anmb
via Railroad, and arrive il Ph
Fare in thle above line $3.
Philadelph
TWELVE O'C
By steamboat to South Amb
by Railroad, and arrive in Ph
Fare
FREEIIOLD AND MONMOUTH
boat, via Railroad to Hightst
by stages. Fare t
TRENTON LINE-By the 7 an
to Trenton #2.-Forward deck
Fare to Perth, Sout
All baggage at the
J5 BL
STEAM BOAT, RAIL ROAD
FOR ALBANY, VIA NEW
WINTE AR



Until further notice the s
J. Stone, and NEW YORK, Cap
nately leave New York daily
foot of Beekman street, at
leave New IIaven daily, on ar
8 o'clock
FoR IIA
The passengers for Hartford
will proceed immediately on t
the Cars of the l~artford an
party to Meriden, from thence
arriving at
FOR A
Post Coaches leave Hartford
(Saturday evenings excepted) a
bany at about 3 P.
Fon ALBANY, VJA
Passengers can also take the
ing iln New HIaven, for Albauy,
tire arrival of the boat, via V
and Canaan, Mondays, Wedne
Wolcottville and Winstead, T
urdays; and arrive in Albany
N. B. The New HIaven Steamn
responsible for packages of a
vered to the Captains oftheir
iaxlon. iGoods left at their l
be taken oil boa
Foe further info
JOIIN SAXTON,
or CIIAS. W. II1NMA
New York, Deceber 31,
TOUSE OF REFRESHMENT. N
LI proprietor of this establish
fore, to supply his customers w
son, served upi in tie best ui
andsl, and his very moderate c
flattering pitronlage which llm
award him. His efforts shal
been, to m-erlits it continuanc
that reputation for excellence
has for so long a time main
UNITED) STATES HOTEL
1 splendid establishment wi
of January, under tile char
uated at the junction of Fulto
it offers every inducement to t
ness. Commnodious pri\'ate
tached are handsomely fuiiis
parties, and the subscriber hat
mtunts recently inadmle will rend
for citizens and strangers. Ti
every variety of liquors, care
supplied with all tile luxuries
ambition of the subscriber to r
and he pledges hinmselfthiat no
spared to merit a share of pat
lIe p
Tihe House will be open fio
all hours, ED
STORE IN PEARLLTRE'
156 Pearl street between
ether with the Lofts, one
city. 1'he lofts can be had itn
able for a Clothing Store,
Wall st. north corner ofPe
r OTS ON WASHINGTON SQ
j splendid lot oh south side
fronting easterly on McDougal
and rear, and 128 feet in dept
the panoramic view
Also, the like its above oin ti
25 feet front aud rear, by 105
with south out its e
CIIAS. OAKLEY, 1
jatf
FOR SAuLE-A very sup
ill thie upper part otl th
il Broadway. It was built b
tlie best ilmaterials, andu in t
possesses all tire modern iin
ALSO FORl SALE OR EX(
ttory house in Bridge street.
.115
FOR t SALE, te HIouse Ic
S'versity place. Thle Mituil.o
A- .L.I stories high, with ever
within.
J.l2 Imis DAVIS. BROOKS
TO lET,-Thc splendid lf
street, finished i the bet
l connmmodious stores illt
premises.
I"OR SALE--One of time
vcnieIntly arranged houses
Fifteeinth wardl, a few do
sesses all thle moilern ilipro
be had a few weeks before the
quire at 142 Water street.
STO LETT--An Ofice and
EIuinne oni tie pretmsie.
TO LET--The Store No.
1at No. 178
jal6
E LET'TE'I l f'roml tie lio. Ab
county, East Teninesse
Washingron,
Sir--Since 1 have Hbeu ill t
your Dyspeptic medicine with
tioml, amdt believe it to bIe a
my constituents, I)r. A. Car
nesmee, wrote me to send himu
emluuoyeid it vemy successfully
invaluable. Mr. Jolhnson, you
you would probably like an a
would recounnncnl-I Dr. A. Card


ciate for tIe sale of your aee
commission Ilim, hme is willing
the medicine by water to the
Knoxville county, Tennessee,
ton, Tazewcll, East Tenn. Wr
no doubt but if you had agent
Tennessee, a great deal of y
am going to take soimi ofit ho
and that of nmy friends, and
whether you would like an agent
ty, East Tenn. 1 can get somme
you, as I liv
Yours res
ABRAHAM M'CIELLA
To Dr. WM. EVANS, 1
P. S.-My address is Bhlnntvi
GUM SENEGAL-100 cases, dif6i
j7 T1 LOW & CO)
ofA000t M ALACIAMA (
$20' 0tPOSITtE want o
ket rates, atS
.116 10 roa
D RUGS & DYE
100 boxes Ro
18 casks r
20 casks Sui
6 casks Mull Mal
j.t 115 157 FAR & I
SARD)-50 keg's Jersey, a p
Ijal73t JOHN JOIINSON
PORiK--M)ess anil iriiime couC
J17 3t JOIN JOINSON'
C11)ER1-501) htl)s Newark uandil
h y JOHN.IOHNSO.NS SO
Cr ri CA.SIKS lone tozen
0)L J C'IIAMPAGNE CII)ER, ,
and in mine order for export
Brown Stout, qts and pts. p
THIIOMAS MEANS.
J17 n 3 oors
SICT--20 tierces prinmi Rice
L ll JOHN LAIDL
T1.OOR CO'THIS-- ales -4 gr
.by WVM. C. L(
-OTA'TOES-300 bu6hels pi ini
S this morning" at pier 3, E
ance of ier care, for sale in
.117 IHOWil.ND & AS
H AVANA SEGlARlS--112 ir Iob
3 half boxes of superior
J17 I
LO)UR-350 barrels Biltimor
F ,t'good brand
.117
NTORTII (CAROI.INA SWEE
IN ry choice, put up exp-essl
ec', and For sale by
ja17 3 W
STO 'AGE timay be obtained o
tof fire proof stoe 57 South
to O. W
BlISMII'TH- Metallic Bisinmint
Sat tlie lritann
jal7 3t BOAIRDI)MAN
TICKEL-A quantity of Nickel
N 1 -l 'ARDM


AMUSE
NATIONAL TIIEATIE.---
Church s
THIS EVENING, January 18,
grand romantic fairy
SPIRIll OF AlR-(Mortals)
Baba, Baildock; Demetrius,
Williams; Ottavio, Wallack,
Russell; Nicola, Miss Ayres;
Girls, Turkish
Inmmnortals--Terragon, the
lek, an attendant Imp, Perciv
Mrs Penson; AGLAE, the Sp
lmons, Spirits of Air, Danc
To conclude wiv
THE CHILD) OF TIIE WE
boy) Celeste; Mr Ilartman,
Russ
Boxes l--Pitt 50 cents-Ga
at hall-past 6 o'clock--Per
o'cl
RANKIIN TI'HEATRE.-
rYl18, 1839, will bie perform
ETIIIOP ;jor the Child of th
Alinaiuzor, Bellamy; Zoe, Mrs
thews; Griniuli
Fancy Pas Seul,
""Fo conclude with the i
ILQATING BEACON-Angers
Junk, Mr Iall; Mariette, Mrs
the
l:P3~- Price efadmiissioin-Box
Doors open at 6 A'clock-Per
o'cl
BOWERY AMIPI-TIgT~E-RE--(L
u No. 37
TIIIS EVENING
Will be presented for the f
PaIeatnt, in which the Olympi
'1lie performance will conu
and Gallopade,
Antipodean Feats hy te w
lorsemanship by
Comnic Song, b
Runninmtg Vaulting, by the n
Mr T Turner will appear
scene, on horseback, enti
Still Vaulting by th
Dl3- Intermission 15 minute
me
Chinese Dance, to be pe
Pyramidical Devices, or
Comic Song, b
Ilorsemanship by N B
Mr Miller will give his imuit
Horsemanship by T V Turner
Mr Garvey will perform
The Evening's Performanc
grand Histor
C- Perf6rnmance to conimen
cents.--Pit, 25 cents.
A MERICAN MUIISEUM, corner
Soltpposite t
The proprietor respectfully
consequence of the many vis
to witness the wonderful
COMBS, and Mr. BELL, tie
re-cngagedtthhem for another
nlng at a Quarter Ibe
Mr. BROUWER, the VOCALIST
during the performances, anmus
her ol' Popiular Songs, accompa
Pia1
Also exhibiting, the great P
Sick, from tie celebiat
The Grand COSMORAMA, is i
the price of idmision charged
Principals ofSclhools and the
ter
Admittance to the whole, 2
when with Guardian
EALE'S MUSEUM and Americ
252 Broadway, oplpo
GRAND CONCERT OF VO
TAL MUSIC, every evening for
iuencing this evening, 7t
Principal perforiniers, MA-'
Paganiii--A Youmng Lady, pup
kin.. Mr. Beams ivill pre
For Programmne se
Admittance to Museumn ad Sal
Upper seats 25 cents. Childr
by l'arents or Grd:s. af
fRAND) EXHIBITION OF PAI
Uof Fine Arts in Ba
TIHE DESTRUCTION OF JERU
Whlichelo, representing the a
Ronlan army under Titus (af
ed il its destruction. The Tem
anti the whole preseilns a scene
THE REVOLT IN PARIS, A.
sending Charles tlie Dauphin,
thle Wise) saved from tIle fur
Marcel, Provost of Paris, whi
Marshal o 'Clhampagne
DON JIIAN, HAIDEE ANI
painter ofAdain and Eve.) repr
of Lord Byron. Ianbro, who
turns and finds Jua his "dau
idomnains," Steri and inflexible
wreak his vengeance on tihe u
leanu ofexciting interest
TIHE CIRCASSIAN SLAVE--
scene which is of frequent oc
nmenian Slapve1Merchant is ea
isl Paclla, forLthe sale of a
whilst thie later l" from, friend,
strayedd" wimi natural delic
horror, shrinks fionlh the ste
This Picture is provided within
seeln unless
SAINT JOIN IN THIE DE
sets St. John inl his youth, a
die ofa skin about his loins,"'
strealmi gushing
TIIE PRINCESS OF CAPUA-
splendid rohbe of white satin,
plationi, regard
The roommu is comlnfortably wa
with gas ill i
Hours of .\I,h.,tIIII from
night,
Admhittance 2.3 cents. Seaso
(i
pANORAMA OF JEItUSALE
(AGARA, are now open for exh
(Ia, corner oif Prince aud
Thle PA NORAMA OF JERUSAL
ing of lihe largest. class, cove
square leei, Iainted from draw
in 1834.
The PANORAMA OF NIAGARA
fil picture, and a failhilul re
cataract.
Thie Panoramnas of Jerusalem
illulmintated every evening by
aild an expllanation of thIe fl
o'c!
Open from 9 in the morning t
the ev
Admittance 25 cents to eac
crimtion imay be obtained t
For sale at tIle Ponmorama, a
5 feet, from actual sur
Also, a snmallcollectlioi of
same artist. Apply at i
3 I)ANCING ANDI) WA
JOHN'S IIALL, Frankfort str
pleasure ."' ,u',...'i'..e,: in. li
lias taken ,i It..-.,, I it .
been handsolmely reiiiledtl andti
thie formation of classes for
nesdlay, tIhe
For further particulars, ap
names of scliolars manmd subscri
book. He respectfully solicits t
ous friends and therisliblic,
no pains or expense on his p
ampll satisfaction.
Days ofTuitioun, Wcehliesdays
noon for Ladies--and in th
Publics every other Monday.
October 13,1838.-
D"ANCING ANI) WALTZINGG
IItl, Canial street, a few do
GRIFFITH[ has thie pleasure o
patrons that he Ihas taken the
sou. A new andl splendid wig
time past summer. T''lie ball
rooms, have beien newly fitted


I,, .uri,- i i n. in i liim.. the
t! l.. i I .1 1.i ti a il I .i y l
Monday, 26thi inost. from 2 to 5
7 to 10 P. I. f
Mr. Grifitll's resiitd-nce.44
GOLDS S
IVRITING AC(ADE1
PENMA
No. 285
(Opposite the Was
Mr. Goldsimithn, Proflessor a
respectfully announces to th
Blrmooklyn. that his WVim!inrg
W1~v open, during the day and
pupils all
Mr. C. bees to assini'' a th
deficient in thie lmnot tns't'l
PemInanship, that lie ca iii
IN.12 LIEssor-.,
a mIasierly colmmland of the pe
ance witli tlie sysltmiatic p
means anld practical exhimplmtifia
cannot possibly ever lose
Thle first 1'remiums have be
best sipecimpnes of Off'-hai d P
two la-it Fairn of thie Ameri
respectfully invite all who fee
and examine hi
Mr. Isaac F. Bragi_, well kn
)f I1 .,. |I.., ,in. i li
Iln. I c m\\r, ii,. Class w
4 o'c
J: m. 1.' ,.. i 1 ;-;ii;-: lih
lessons in mu..
For sale at the Acadlemny, the
Pe
Terns made known
31. CGOLDSMITH-We have laVex
ofOffhlaiul 1'Peleunanshilp, ex
cxlhibitint at the Fair of ilhe
not hesitate to say llhat they
more to our notice. Mr. G.
mind of thle pen himself, Ibut
ing it to others, as we alive
onishing inmproverneunt of

P ItTIES! PARTIES
FI AMIIIES, Public andut Priva
1' fri(lm the snhscribei s' etab
of' Ilancy aiu Ornamental Confe
Cream, viz. lemon, venroler, p
ry, &c. ; Pyramids of Cocioain
Grapes, Oran4es, MRackaroni
various s fiormcs of B;ninonige
nanented C.ikes, all supplied
at the '-lior
An extensive asormeril of.e
berry, Currant, QUuilce, Bar
Plhums, Cantelopes, Iauly Ap
Catsupt ill cart
N. It. h1e1 I. i*r:.llui lt hisi
famloltus, mand Ilie fir t primim
tors by thie judges ofthli Me'
specimen ol Ice Creams. Tliey
pyramids, or in any forimi or q
si
Fatmuilies wighming to imanufatn
the sainle baked anmi embel
Dealers suppllirl with Rock
ary, in connection wi'l alln x
gar, constant
The Saloonm isme-optned fuin
ng the winter season, a. d
JOHN 1PEA1S < & SON,
J8 Confctionec


PUBLIC

DAVID AUSTEN
BY AUSTIN, WI
Store corner of Wililiam
To-me
Russia Crash--I l o'clock, at t
inspection of the wardens of the
writers, for cash, 15 hales Ru
age of im
Also, I case satin levanbalicre
damaged on the voy
Thursday,
PACKAGE SALE-10 o'clock,
approved oenlorsed notes at 6
anl Domestic Dry Goods, comp
seasonable
Also, an invoice of Iri
Catalogues and samriol
Friday, F
LEGHORN HATS, STRAW PLA
at their auction room, for aplro
1200 cases Leghorn Hats, Stra
Also, Devon ldait, colored pa
bats, coronati
Catalogues and sample
Mondlav, F
PACKAGE SALE-io o'clock,
ppliroved endorsed notes at 6
Scotlh, French, Irish
Catalogues and sample
Wednesday,
FRENCH GOODS-to o'clock, a
proved endorsed notes at 6 m
Goods, comprising a general a
article
W. C. IIAGGERTY
BY JOHN HAG
Store corner of Pea
Wednesday, J
PACKAGE SALE-to o'clock,
Laproved endorsed notes at 6
French and American Dry Goods
sortment ot seasonable article
Catalogues and samples
Thursday, Jannary
Damafled Goods-At lockoc,
he inspection of the wardens of t
Crwriters, for cash, 25 cases of i
t*"low blinds, silk and cotton pu
iro sawls
SSAT PRIVA
f3 e iasos ne 7-8 colored caml
ioret ?us tian 4 cases assorted
tmrst ticks 3 s1~ 7- patent
icks No No ca' .'Z^ P, en
iew styles a 'nestic pr
A
G. T. Ari--
BY ADEE, Tco
Stoit No Wi
Tuesday
Assignees' Sale-9 o'clock, at
he assignees, the stock in trade
siness, -onsisting offancy sh
tan anl and worstel hosiery
checks, bwn and Ichd seeti
hollands, ginghams, merinoes
velvets, white, red and ye
blankets, colored cambrics, F
crenit.
Also, to close a concern, 5arg
Goodll, consisting of grds dO n
loren-es, figured silks, cclnhric
Ierseskin gloves, stay lacets, f
Italian sewines, lace veils, bare
silk hose atnd half hose, black a
and gauze ribbons, marking cott
coloredd cra
Damaged Goods-At o'clock,
wardens of the port, 15 cases Dr
prinis, white cotton hose, moles
hamns, &c.damaged on the
JOHN RUDDEROW Auct
BY JOSEPH S
Store No. 163
This D
CLOTIIS, CASSIMERES, &c-9
room, for approved endorsed no
assortment of Cloths, Cassme
Consisting of 10 cases superfine
ilk, blue, invisllile green, hott
sell brown, woadled'olive, Lond
cases finc and superfine blue, bl
1 cases super London queen's o
)lhack cassimeres; 2 cases su
2 cases extra cadetmixed do; 1
irown cloths; 1 case drab do; 2
ldue cloths; I do invisible gree
and hvy American black ribbe
bale superfine twilled scarlet
weaver cloths; super black bomb
ontl
Tuesday
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, &c-9
oorn, for approved endorsed no
assortment of Clotls. C mere
AT PRIVA
10 cases superfine Oriskn
10 do Dexter Manuf
5 do superfine water
1 do extracadet (
BY ). C.
Store No. 57 Beaver, on
AT PRIVATE
2 cases black taff
ROBERT HAYDOCK, A
BY CORLIES, HA
Store No. 35 Wil
AT PRIVATE
10o bales Cornwall, Utica,
eiavy brwn shetne-
80 bales and cases Western s
30 hiales Moravia and Nw Berl
55 cases superfiine and
20 bales 6-4 Auburn and 7-8 po
10 cases best Phila
6 cases brwn
10 cases blk, drab and m
lo cases steel, cadet mixed an
IQ c.asessupeenfir West of Ni
olrd cl
G. H. MOORE,
BY JOSEPH L.
Salcs Room 13 South Will
nj3 J. L. M. & CO, will open
or approved en
AT PRIVATE
A Beautiful Country Residenc
irult farm, containing about 50
rhrog's Point, Westchester coun
)eden Ilalinmond aiid David Aus
view. Applys above
T'lhe above will be sold in o
Idjuinin O0. Ilaimnonit's fa
i'bey contains about 25 acres,
wo of the most desirable sites f
,e found on t
Mousseline de Laines-- case
e lain .
WALDEN PALL, Aucti
BY D. C. & W. PEL
Store No. 78
This
Segacrs--ll o'clock, ill front
1oxes Spanish seed sears; o10,0
vana sears.
Havana sugar-For account
boxes white Havana suig
Segars-40,000 choice Havana
To-morrow.
Chnampa-ne-- l11 o'clock, in fro
ler wardlen's Inspection, for ac
;ets Champlagne, Juno brand,
porta
Lionlinivit'-- ll o'clock, in
sticet, 12 tons liginminl
Monday, Jan. 21.
Ital:ian Marble--At 2, on Pier,
oire of 22 blocks Italian marble
liimensiona. Terms, 6 months
lorsed notes
Tues
Rio Cofftee--ill o'clock ill front
tlin coe
TtibaCc--222 whales St. Domi
I'irmns
WVednesday,
Scears-11l o'clock, in front o
iea
Cuba Maio_,any-ONE o'clock, a
R. tile caro of the hri? Betsey
:ntI:a, consisting if 20.000 fe
ever.al very valaile loes, we
rate. Terms, 4 months over $10
?Mahoganiy- 2 o'clock, on Peck
niingo Inahocany. now landi
oPues on morning f sale.
Friday,
Wine-- tl o'clock, in front of t


Ild imadeira, sherry n port wi
AT PRIVATE
Claret-920 cases claret, of var
portati
Port Wine-In cases of 1 and
casks and 62 hhils. Port
Sicily Madeira-7 holds
Sherryv-An invoice of fine s
TO LET-The 4 story fire proof
trO- NOTICE-In conserquence o
Minturni, the firm of R.R. Mi
Auction and Conmmission husi ne
iy the irdlersignied,uude' the
icit a continuani-c of the pat
prepared to give the usual
THOMAS It. M
JONAS MI
T. R. MINTURN
BY MINTURN &
Store No. 89 Wa
To-morr
New Orlcanis Sugar--ll o'clock
itore, 78 lilids prinil New Or
Tuesday,
Gum Myrrh--11 o'clock, in front
irlne uliyn
Assafetida-4 cases prim
Thursday,
lu Chancery-12 o'clock, at the
in, No. 15 Bro d street, undcrt
master in cmancery-all those
-rouind i ituate lying and ein
of New York, biouu'ledl and lco
i1 front by Nassau street 49 f
street 32 feet 9 inches ; northern
ckr, about 70 feet ; southerly
ong'ing to Nicholas Quacklinl
lallis, a lout 69 feet, li
BL L. M. HO
Store corner of Wall
to- L. M. HOFFMAN & 00. wil
Furniture
This
Candlest-ll o'clock, in front of
sperm cn
Tea-200 131) boxes
Su!ar Itetinery-l 1 o'clock, o
itni 'ireene streets, time content
of loatf, lump, bastard moulds, s
coolers, pipes, cisterns lined w
ry, sugrcar milis, fillers, steu
worthy the attenti
To-mo
SCHOONER CHINA--I o'clock,
thie schooner China, 84 tons biur
.tstened andl coppered; sails
For terCns apply to Pete
BY F. J.
Store No. 91
NOTICE.-F. J. BEANS w
and the public. that lie will il
disposal of Household Furnitu
any part o
Tues
Furniture--ll o'clock, in fron
titv of furniture, &c. h
BY THOMAS
Store No. 85
This
Aniseed-10~ o'clock, in front
anis
Faper-150 reams crown wra
pap
Desks-3 new coun
CAndles-79 boxes slerm
AnIMo .CI,-3 l hrls Ne


PUBLIC
JAMES BLEECKFSR
BY JAMES BLE
Sales Room, No. 13 Br
"- J. B. & CO. have made arn
sales of Furniture, Gr(ceries
Goods, &c., and to transact a
This
At 12 o'clock, at the Sales
1. Chancery Sale--Under the
EsqN. maser in chancery-
Christopher street-All those ce
2 story brick buildings situate
ed ty Christopher, Amos, Facto
north side of Christopher street
the northwest corner of Christ
ning west along Christopher st
north 187 feet or thereabouts to A
Amos street 25 feet, thence east
83 feet 6 incher or thereabouts,
the street Nos. 41, 4, ,4and 47 (
cnudes 2 buildings. And alsoan
ill that gore of land on the point i
and Sixth
See advertisement signed Phil
oe
2. City of Brooklyn--Tie subsc
cupiel by himh, at tile northwe
Clinton streets, Brooklyn, cl n
nanneroi an English cottage %ll
rear, stable, out-houses, and f
three stacks of chimneys, and cui
ball, passages, closets, a white
rooms have fire places. Tihe bil
and substantially Constructed T
sion than usual, being aboul
gains a great variety of trees an
iusi heauiifut kinds. The prir,
cels-
Ist. The throe luis al Ihe cone
hou
2d. The aditoinng lot. htng th
SThe parc-ls will lie
Parr.el I at will I,e rffer,cl at
old if 3ny ahmonnt bo
P.u, Il 2.d will t ie r-.ffar I at
aiy hildler abor
The subcrriler reserves n b
none to be made on h
A nial, will be left with Ithe iu
ally Ihe dilnensiors of the I
ained on any day ae
T1'e subtrrilher reset% os Ilu
portion of
Terms ofSalei $8200 mayremain
per.cent. on the first parcel, an
second parcel; 10 per cent ,,n the
n the. day of sale, and the re
ext, whlen the usual warrantee
posse
To-mo
At 12 o'clock, nit the Sa
1. Cnanrervy Sale-Under the d
ing, Esq., mast
6th avenue In 9th ward-All h
building, onl the northwest side
nd which, on a map of liiinlofi
eslgnated ly the hltter B, dilllnt
er of a lot No. 20, on a Imnap of
others, running along the nor
0 ins thence northwest 129 ft 3
nCr nutrly west 28 fe-el, ltencre
S5fl 2 n q I t, together withi lt i
Trj m house buildirin o
Al- or land and hull
northwest stie irr, in the s
said iM~p, desgnated by the tit
he east cornerof a liot No 20 o
and otheib, running along tie no
ft ID Ins, Lence norlhe-:st 116 1 I
rear ne.nrly west 92 t, thence a
129 ft 3 nris, Ltocetler with the pr
ietwen tIhe iiullse Iliilrl ilg u
Ihc al.iar elht liour.s i.ul iunig U
all and singular tie edifices, Il
:ci thkreunito belCng.ing or i
See adveirnumleenlet signed Ste
:han
Postponed from
2. Chancery Sale-Under tho d
3Es. master i
New street-All that certain st
the easterly side of New street,
erly along New street 23 feet
inches; thence south I foot; the
7 feet 6 Inches,; thence wes; 82
nevertheless the southerly half of
he said store house now erected
onwhlch the said southerly h
See advertisement signed Step
eeanc
3. Chancery Sale-Under thie
sq. master in chancery
llth avenue, 80th andil 81st st
ands and tenements lying in th
if I lth avenue, between 80th and
as parcel 252, and lots 1061, 1
nap of the Bloomingdale Trae
ront oh the avenue and in tha r
See advertisement signed Fr
chati
4. Columbia street-To close
house with attic, No. 5 on the w
the Ist lot from Giand street,)
louse 25 by 40 feet. The premi
,oac.hmaker's establishmnent-
of the purchase money can r
Monday, J
At 12 o'clock, at the sal
3. Chancery Sale-Under the d
Esq. master
14th street, 7th and Sth avenues
n the Oth Ward, on the southwe
he 7th and 8th avenues, known
Ituatued at Greenwich, bouodcd
containing In frort aod rear 25 f
0 feet 3
*See advertisement signed Chas
2. Chancery Sale-Under the
Esq. master i
&l avenue, 8th and Stuyvesant
ofground situate Iit the 1ltl w
mle, between 8th) and Stuyvesan
he northeast corner of 3d avenue
5 feet hIy 75 feet, of a lot of g
perty
See advertisement signed Fr
han
3. 20th street, 2d and 3d ave
.concern--Il Lots of ground on
etween, tbe-2d and 3d avenues
eases contain covenants for pe
nents to be paid for. Buildings
f May, 1840, unless a longer ti
L lease of one lot can be
4. Horatio street- The new an
louse and lot of ground No. 28
he best repair, and complete with
rate sized family, and flnishhe
throughout, folding doors, &c,
he cellar under thie basement.
noney can remain on boud and
neighborhood are restricted ag
,ood improvements upon them-
btained of th
5. Chambers street-The 3 br
aid lots, Nos. 14, 16 and 18 C
outh side, between Centre and
ceet of Centre street, and near
re rented for offices and dwel
lhe ground has a front of 51 fe
ild is 65 feet S inches on one sid
nd running to 3 feet 3 inches i
i10,000 of the purchase money
,a
Tuesday, J
Blegant Furniture--l10 o'clock,
ween Prince and Houston street
Family giving up bousekeeplng
vilton, Brussels and Venetian
irecian chairs; sofas; marble t
merior English oil cloth; stair
lnd secretaire; ottomans, card
ern; china and cut glass, a se
risms; hat stand; a few pain
:itchcn utensils,
Also, a handsome mahogany
Cataloeues can be huad onl Mon
N. B. The house is tuo let. Poss
.ale. Por particulars enquire
tre
At 12 o'clock, at the Sale
1. Chancery Sale--Under the d
Esq. master i
S. E. corner of 8th st and 1s
ituate on the. southeast corner
ontalning 97 feet 6 inches on
tre
Ist avenue antd o10th street-A
lie 1st avenue, hlout 50 feet no
ect 2 inches front and re
1Otlh street, 2(1 avenue-Also
0th street, 150 feet east of 2d
ind rear, and 24 fee
Thie whole will be sold without
.nd two thirds of the purcha
gage for one yea
See advcrtisemenr signed C
hanc
2. Exesutor's Sale----The Es
isqa
Bloomlngdale Road-Thle convey


tl country seat, at present oc
lbout six miles from the city,
nmgdale road, and extending fr
ontaJning about 7 acres of lan
lient dwelling house and office
ivated
Park Place-Also, the modern
house No. 6 Park Place, built
my days work,'and at present
5 feet front h
Front street----Also, the ne
ire proof brick store No. 101 F
ly Mr. John
For a view or examination of t
ent occupants, and fur terms
College
N. B. If required, a large pr
an remain at legal interest, se
he pre
S. Bleecker street-The two st
street, near Broadway, and the l
2 feet 11 inches deep. The ho
vell finished, marble mantels,
n front. The tit
Terms: 10 per cent of the pur
day of sale; $5000 can remain
litional mortgage will be rece
lala
4. 7th avenue. 16th and 17th
2 story frame house, stalled, and
oo feet, on the easterly side o
7th streets; soil good; a well r
outlerly lot. Title clear, andl
'lhe house lets tor $210 per ani
ory to the highest bidder. T
tie dJay of sale, and the lamlan
5. Front street-Tise six store
ground Nos. 253 and 255 FroIt
Dover street,) heing 33 feet 5 i
n Ienitli, by 62 feet 5 inches o
inches on thle north side, more or
if the yard of the adjoining l
iwnic thereof. The building co
ion shutters in front and rear.
purchase money may remain on
to five years at
Wednesday.
At 12 o'clock, at tle Sal
I. John street-The three store
on the south side, nearly opposite
feet in front y o101 feet in le
hliase money cau remain
2. Pike street--The house and
houseis 25 by 44 feet, two stories
built in toe most substantial
Icing occupied by tile owner.
ile whole house. In the base
pantries, closets, with drawers
ry. The parlor story contains p
I small tea room annexed. Ti
plete with closets and wardrobe
in the thinly stc.ry. Thle ceil
throughout. The lot is 85 fee
in tie
The premises may be exami ne
o'clock. T'he property will ie
Terms: $1o00 to be paid on t
main on bond and mortgage for 5
:at tihe option of thIe purclhaser,
balalace to lie paid on the lot
with a perfect and indisp
3. Oak street--The two story b
on the north side, near Pearl st
and the lot of ground 22 ft one
8 inches ill tne rear, by 78 ft 1
and 78 ft inches on the we
house is 42 feet in depth, buil
by dlays work. Theie are 12 fi
pantries, Bgyptian marble man
in the parlours, city made locks
cistern; vanltand woodhouse i
been painted throughout, and is
life for a genteel faintly, and c
siness part
The premises may be viewed un
the hours of 11 o'h
Terms 10 nor cenit of the nltlr









/ REALEA
C-C-tlNgSE MORUS M
Prtce & Son inform those
chase. Trees and Cuttings
of the Mulberry, for silk cu
daily at 13 Broad street, up st
past 10 and 3.
F1OR SALE-Five lots 25 by
Thompson street, betwe
streets, the only vacant groun
whole amoum it oj purchase
for a term of years, and an ad
b nild dwelling houses to corr
acter of the other buildings
new and handsome priva
C. BOLTON, FOX
J103w
FOR SALE-The splendid
pa 63 Morton street, finis
.LIBL style, with mahogany d
tles, Russia iron grates, pla
under cellar the entire depth
in the area, and a well of ex
house Is 25 feet by 45-the
can be seen when required, o
ber. For further p
CHARLES OAKLEY
J10 2w
p JOBBING STORE TO LE
one of the best stands in
bing business. Inquire a
FOR SALE.-The substan
Story brick house, No. 4
Also. one 3 and three 2 s
Jackson and Nassau streets,
street.
J16 S. B.
Tr LET; or Lease, for a term
choice Land, suitable for
Trees, with such buildings a
n 11W same. Situatednear t
Apply to -3JOHN-R. PITK
J15 lw
PUBLIC GARDEN-To let
[H with the Mansion Holse
u.mufLpart of the Garden, tog
for a Confectionary, which h
a small part of the ground fit
For particulars, app
J12 2w CHARLES OA
S ROOMS TO RENT, to sin
S Spring street, one door f
AM the drug store.
HOUSE FOR SALE--The
House and Lot, No. 336 Wa
-iason street, now occupied
(and has been for the last 15
stand for that business. The
low. Possession given 1st Ma
lars. apply at 44 Peck slip
rk LAt UA Estate




FOR SALE -Eleven Lots
SWard, situated on Goerita4
1. Rivington and Stanton st..
Goerick st. On Lewis strei
formnervly ocgip -y-Mr'Er
Goerick street the land Is op
ble situation for a lumber yar
Jl1 ]mis DAVIS, BROOKS
- A- -HOTEIL IN NEw
ti Situated in the centre of
*iullL ofthe Flushing and Ja
liamsburgh ferry. It contain
with a gojd two story house, 4
a well of good water by the do
by 50 feet, all of which are
ing to keep a public house or
opportunity seldom met with, as
a good run of custom. It wil
commodating term
JAS. H. KOLYER,
JS tf three miles
A COUNTRY RESIDENT
For Bale, a small FARM
situated about five miles
road to Cranberry. On the p
and a half story House, conta
apple Orchard, and other fru
good order. The land is go
one, in a good neighborhood
dence ofa Rev. go
J9 D. MALLORY,
HOUSE ON LAFAYET
IB that elegant three story
rooms, on Lafayette place
lonmew's church, and near Fou
best manner, is replete with
the modern improvements,
dating, and possession gi
.18J tf E. H. WARNER, c
TO LET OR LEASE-The s
Front street. Possession
This is a first rate stand,
nected with the very large su
joining, which would form a
to [J8 tf] CHARL
TO LET-In the building
the corner of Duane street,
ry, a good and old stand
Rooms on the second story, wit
premises.
TO LET--The upper par
:-tt Broadway. opposite tha Park
sin.and elegant rooms, and
a good tenant they will be re
mediately. Apply at the st
FOR SALE-Eleven Lots
Lewis and Goerick sts.--
rick. On Lewis street is
formerly occupied by the lat
On Goerick street the land is
nation for a lumber yard
dIO tf DAVI i
._ FOR SALE.-Two Lots of
.aif of Washington square,
A.f1kkstreet, containing togeth
by 128 fee
The situation is very beauti
square, the Univer
I GREEN
dl4tf 29 Merchan
Am FOR SALE.-The subscr
following Dwelling Iiouses
tion
The House and Lot i fee, No
112, house
Houseand Lot in fee, No.
Greene street. Trhe lot is 25
And m. e House with lease o
lot is 26 feet 10 inches by 11
inches
These houses are all finished
order, and would be sold on
st May next.
dl4tf 29 Mercha
__ FOR SALE. -The Housa
W place, being one of tlos
m building under the direction
corner of Waverley a
The house is 35 feet wide, wi
room on the 1st floor, and fo
stories. It is intended to be
and most convenient houses in
and will be ready for occupati
For further part
J. GREEN
dl4tf 29 Mercha
FOR SALE-Two Lots of g
Tompkin's Square, will be
soon. EnquireatNo. 105l
FOR SALE-Fourteen acr
Bank of the Hudson River
i5 very desirably located.
chase money canremain on bon
For particulars enquire at


WANTED TO LEASE OR
May neat, in Brooklyn, a
Garden and Stable attach
Apply to JAMES D. ROC
Brookly
n27 ROCHE, BROTHERS &
NEW REFECTORY.-J. SWE
and the public that he ha
that large and elegant build
Flesh and Fowl are always t
every delicacy of the season
I n the market. No care or at
part, to give general satisfac
generous encouragementwhich
n27 li

CO
PEACH MOUNTAIN COAL
X The subscribers have fo
of superior quality, in Brok
for sale in lots to
LAING & R
250 Washington street
J17 tf and East Broad
LT IVERPOOL ORREL COAL
p.LJper ship Sheridan, Liver
quality and large size, select
into the hold. For sale in
LANG & RANDOLPH, 25
corner Le Roy a
J9 cornerEast Br
EACH ORCHARD COAL,--T
I hand a full supply of this s
ranted to be of the best quali
the following low prices, score
man
Broken and Egg size....
Nut size,...............
Lump sze..............
H. 0. ROCK
J15 corner Washi
DETACH ORCHARD COAL.-T
L to receive orders for their
at the follow
Broken and Egg sizes,..
Nutand Lumlps.......
Delivered free of cartage. Or
No. 38 Washington street, oppo
diatelyv attended to. H
TAIVERPOOL COAL AtLOAT
Snow afloat, a cargo ofthe ab
use, or sale in lots to suit
Ice, No. 3d Washingto
d3E

O_ HORSE & CARR
,M No 70 and 72 Prdce at
0ar
The last sale, of ll
--ed, and property sold

The nest regular Public Sal
the 17th January, at 11 o'cl
at 11 o'clock, without regar
Carriage, Harness, &c. Those
uf wonld do wellao call at t
wishing to purchase. The pr
whole attention to the sale of
Horses, Carriages, &c. and wi
thorough knowledge of the bu
share of publ
All orders for shipping alte
desp
A few Horses can be can be
the best attentions, roo a
DANIEL T.
JOHN P. BUTLE


o


INSUR
THE CITY FIRE INSURANCE
1 44 Wall street.-This co
dwelling houses, ware houses,
port, and their cargoes, merch
furniture aid other personal
age by fire, on
DIREC
John Barrow, Cor
Abraham Bell,
Williafm H. Falls,
Isaac Frost,
David S. Brown,
Josiah Macy,
Robert Hicks,
John D. Wright,
Amos Willets,
Cyrus Hitchcock,
Thomas C. C
JOHN BARROW


R. A. READING
BDAVID LYON


d13


H AJI'rOlu FIHE INmiU
ford, Connecticut.-This
less or damage by tire, Dwell
dite, Mills. Manufactories,
sufavorable as similar i
DIRECT
-":EUlphalet Terry,
.IS. H.Huntington,
H. Huntington, Jr.
Albert Day,
Job A
JoEl IAyn. El IALE T
JAMES 0 BOLLE
All applications for insura
ces, andall lbusinesseconnec
made to the subecribei, who
the city of New York, w.th f
sales, and issue policies, rene
factory terms.
d12 iy Of
ETAST RIVER FIRE INSURE
SCityof New York, No.44
south.o
This company continues to
mage by fs e, upon Houses a
Merchandie.
DIREC
JameaMeBrlde,
Thomas Suffem,
Campbel P. White,
Jonu Meorhead,
Joseph Kernochen,
Robvrt Dyson,
Abner Weymau,
Jamesw owan,
Iery W. Iill.,
Robert I.1
WILLIAM M-LNDEV
GOLDS. S.ILLZAN, S rctar
W-TNA FTApUSUACE
/t yf5C. (-ce No. 5Wall s
4".lauge by fire, Dwelli
n w" gitn general, Marchand
t;are, IHousehold Furniture
,., soal Property on as favor
tnatitutions
DIRECT
CharlesTown,
Frederic Pentz,
Jabn All'n,
Chester Clit k,
Win. A. F. Pentz,
RitssellStebbins,
L. M. ofloenan,
John Wright, Jr.
M. L. Marsh,
R. Pegg,
William th.Thorne,
Simeon D. Skillen,
Simeon Draper,
John T. Stagg,
Timothy Souihmayd.
CHARLES TO
H HRsa LoTT, Seretar.
FARMEBlir' LOAN AND' T
34 Wall street-Capital
grants Annuities, and recei
periodovar one month, and
not less
RATES OF INSURANCE


7
7
8
8
8
9
9
9
9
9
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2


8
8
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
1
1
1
I
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
-1


1 51
1 50
1 6
1 65
1 69
1 73
1 77
1 862
1 89
1 93
1 98
2 04
2 11
2 17
224
231.
236
2 13
250
2 67
264
275
281
2


I
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
I
1
1
I
1
23
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
4


1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
4
4
4
4


i
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
4
4
4
4
4
4
5
5
5

6
6
6
6
7


An tInividunal may effect ia
onthat of another,foerthe w
limited
DIRECT
Georg OGriswold
Thomas Tileston
John Delafield
Elias H. Ely
Charles Dickinson
Isaac Townsend
Frederick A Tracy
James Tallmadge
Waiter R. Jones
Daniel Jackson
Ferdinand Suydam
Joseph Kernochan
William F.
LEWIS CURTIS
S DAVID CODWIAE,
I. K.- DELAFIELD, Secret
NTBSW YORK LIFE INIUK
11 PANY.-Persons may effe
Company on their own lives
either for the whole duration
riod. The payments ot prem
nually, or in
Premiums on one hundred
LI I year Ae l year
072 56 107
1 077 27 112
16 084 28 1280
17 086 29 128
18 089 30 131
19 090 31 132
20 091 32 133
21 092 33 134
22 094 34 135
23 097 35 136
24 099 36 1333
25 100 37
Money will be recetvee in
and held in trust, upon which
follow
Upon any sum over 8100, I
41-2 p
Upon any sum over $100, ir
I pe
Ilpon any sum over 0100, i
3 pe
TR[IS
William ard,
Thomas W. Ludlow,
Wm B. Lawrence,
Jacob Lerillard,
John Duer,
Peter Harmony,
S. Van Rensselaer
John G. Coster,


INSUR
FIRE INSURANCE, BY MA
ANCE CO., BOSTON.-Capita
and invested securely.-Auth
risks. Applications le Insu
by FIRE on buildings and mer
of policies in the city of N
room of ASA BIGELOWV, jr., 46
will be at
C. W. CARTWRIG
Boston, 8th June, 1838.
FIRE INSURANCE, BY M
CO., BOSTON.- Capital $500
rested.-Authorized to insu
risks. Proposals for Insuran
and merchandise, and for the r
of NewYork, left at the coun
46 Pine street, corner of Wil
JOSEPII BALC
Boston, May 21,1837.
L'QUITABLE FIRE INSURE
1 WVall street.-This company
ware houses and other build
niture, and other personal pr
port), against loss
DIREC
Samuel Bell,
William Burgoyne,
Joseph W. Duryee,
Shepherd Knapp,
W. Bearh Lawrence,
Jobn P. Nesmili,
George Ralel'e,
Samuel B. Ruggles,
Lambert Suydam,
Abrm G. TIhompson.
THOMAS,.1- MER
JOSEPTI STRONG, Secretary
TlHE UNITE D STkl"S-I^K
h Iave renloved t*r' office
street, where iipations fir" I
inage by Fire r,>rece
job hv Bowne,
~_"RI Willis,
illas Hicks,
Robert C. Cornell,
S names Barker,
Benjamin Corlies,
Lindley Murray,
Henry II. Lawrence,
Stephen Van Wyck,
Isaac Frost,
Robert D. Weeks,
John Wood,
Thonmas W. Jenkins,
lenj Strong,
George Hussey,
Uriah F. Carpenter,
James H Titus,
Ebenezer C
J. I,. BOWNE
JAMES WILKIE, Secretary.
trfiE MANHATTAN FIR
I No. 56 Wall street, contain
Damage by Fire, on as favorable
tut
I)IREC
Samuel F. Mott
William F. Mott
Wiliam Wallace
Elishai Riggs
Elbert J. Anderson
Thomas Barron
Samuel Osborne
Henry I.. Pierson
John G. Rhor
Uriah Henricks
SAMUEL F. MOT
THOMAS HULL, jr. Secret
H UDSON FIRE INSURANCE
New York, Office No. 62
against loss or damage by Fire
mage by Inland Navigation an
able terms as any oth
DIREC
N. W. Stuyvesant,
Wm. VW. Campbell,
Henry H. Elliott,
Robert Van Rensselae
John E. Foley,
Benj. Disbrow,
James R
N. W. STUYVES
A. S. DE POSTER, Secret
NEW YORK GUARDIAN
SOffice No. 8 Wall street
Company having been all paid
cording to the provisions of
now ready to receive applica
LOSS OR D DAMAGE BY FIRE.
Buildings, Ships in Port, Go
sonal Property generally. All
pany will be adjusted with li
DIRIEC
HENRY RANKIN
Robert Lenox,
George Johnston,
Robert Maitland,
John Johnston,
David S. Kennedy,
Charles March,
JOSEPH GREEN
New York, December 20th,
L-AGLE FIRE COMPANY OF
.I: a Million of Dpllars.-Thi
against Loss by Fire, at the
DIREC
Edward Laight,
Philip Hone,
James J. Jones,
Henry Laight,
Robert Ray,
Garrit Storm,
G. WV. LAIGHT
THOMAS GLovEr,Secretary
THE LONG ISI.AND I
No. 3 Front st
CAPITAL
TIhIS Company continues to
. age by Fire, on as favorab
.ill losses sustained by this
liberality and
DIREC
Joseph Sprague
Henry Waring
Charles E. Bill
David Kimberly
Robert T. Hicks
James M. Duffielo
Jonathan Trotter
John A. Fott
John Lawrence
Jeremiah Lambertson
Stephen Haynes
George B. Fish
Abraham
JOSEPH SPRAGU
n19 lyeod S. AL
WILLIAMSBIIRGC. FIRE
AOENCY, No. 62 Wall street,
DIREC
George D. Strong,
Stephen Storm,
Charles O. Handy,
Edmund Frost,
Jllhn A. Morroll,
Nicholas Haiglit,
William
NICIIOILAS HAIG
WAsuINGTON PO
This Company continues to
Property against loss ar da
terms. C. ZA
d4 Imis
EVENTEENTII WAR FI I
--Office corner of Bowery
against loss or damage by fir
ings, goods, and merchandize
other similar instit
DIRECT
Peter Palmer,
Richard R. Ward,
William W. Campbell,
William S. Slocum,
William C. Redfield,
James C.
PETER PALM E
JOSEPH W. SAVAGE, Secret


S hnosa.ufftern, John Rath bone, Jr.
John Mason, P. G.Stuyvesant, OF
8am. Thompson, Thes. J Oakley. -The ol
Benji. L. Swan, Stephen Whitney, this City-
k. Stephen Warren, Joln J. Astor, or Dama
Cornelius W. Lawrence. ings in gera
ls WM. BARD, President. goes, hoseh
n E. A. NICOLL, Secretary. sona] p
ih DUDLEY ATKINS, Physician t
r N IEW ORK FIRE INSIJRANOb COMP-AN V.-O-lcc Tmis
is No. 56 Wall street. Insurinu ginst l
DIRICTORS. operationciy withi
t William B. Bel!es,
Richard J. nlitchlinson. Samuelala Tkry,
Jeremiah Vanderbilt, Cornelius Vanderbilt, eals
Thomias Truslow, William I. Fa ls, th e
Lewis eymnour John Clapp,he capital a
Zebedee Ring, Oliver II. Jones
Caleb Bartlett. WllamSherwood
1, Anugustus Greels, Walter R. Jones
- Thomas H. Mills, lsaa K. Jessup
Willam N. Chadwick, Jretluiah Clask
John Sampson, George Lovett,
Ephsim D. Brown.
Tr- .Dwelling houses, stores, warehouse, uildin
I generalmerc sanize, hosehold fuTrniture, s
cargoesin port, ships building or repairing, and
S kind efrpernalproperty,contUnie o be ins
d Many, ain't less or tmae by FIRE, onter
voranbl, an security as smple,as hy any other C
in this ilty. WILLIAM B. OLLES, Preside
A., MERCHANT, Secretary. ,o2 A
TJEFFERSON INSURANCE COMPANY-Office No.47 ji
SWall street, corner of Hanover street.--This Compan
continues to insure against lossoramage
goods, wares, or merchandise generally; also, on
t sets and cargoes, against loss ordamage
tion, on ae favorable terms as any other l
Thomas W. Thorne Dr. David Rogers
John Morse Beni'n Robson, M.D.
Thomas.T. Woodruff hFranci P. Sage
MoaesTucker John H Lee
Thomson Price JohnCMerritt
John R. Davison ISamuel Underhbil
Caleb C. Tunis
Thomas E. Davis Joseph rake
Anson Baker William Stebbins
Stephen Lyon Edward
THOMAS W. TIORNE,President. m4.
G EoraT. Hos, Secretary. J51,yv
MARINE AND FIRE INSURANCE. aGe3lF H so
.E'ORGIA INSURANCE AND TRUST COMPANY AT age by F
S "AUGUSrTA-Capital, One Million of Dollars, of which ti
S 760,000 is paid in, and invested in Stocks; the balance
course of payment by instalme
By the act of Incorporation, the proportyof
holder is aound, to the amount of his stock, for a
made hy the Company, while he Is a stockholder,
o months afterwards; which makes the actual respo
of the Institution equal to Two Millions of Dollars.
sent number of stockholders is more than two
Agency in tIhe city of New York, No. 64 Wall st
S rofPewL Ioratio ".
HENRY THOMAS, General Agent.
JUSTUS IIARRISON Agent for Marine Insurance.
THOS. N. CAZNEAL, Assistant do
CHARLES SQUIRE, Agent for Fire Insurance.
Insurance on Marine and Inland Navigation
Fire, may be effected by application, personally or by le
at the above Agency, where all losses will be adjusted and
pai according to the usages of the Underwriters of New
ork. THOS. S. METCALF,President. New York
LEWIS GREGORY, Vice-President. houses
Wf. T. GOuLD. Secret
FIRB INSURAiNCE--'t h; NATIONAL I NSISRA N
J, COMPANY, OF bO:TON,witha capialof5000
paid In dand safely invested, Sanmuel W. Sweit.
continue to insre against loss ordamae byFiren
linh il[olses. Furniture. Str.rp and Marn.nlm.; A


INSUR

Ma- FIRE AND MARINE I
18 and 20 Merchants' Exchang
lic is respectful
MUTUAl. SAFETY I
is now in operation with ample
transact its business upon the
sons insuring will this cunp
amount of their premiums, an
any profit remains, they wil
drawing interest agreeable to t
the amount of their premium
may bear to the whole aggreg
BUT, in no case can any in
sum beyond the amo
ZEB. COOK, Jr
ALFRED PELL,
Jos. B. COI.INS, Sec'y.
rPHIE NORTH AMERICAN
_L NY-Office No. 58 Wall s
ues to iamrre against loss and
vorbfle a,4 any other Fire In
DIREC
Robert Ainslie,
J. I.. Graham,
Stephen Storm,
G-. 1 ..- D Strong,
( ,-,"' Iln. I, Palme
l)aniel Jackson,
lHenry H. Leeds,
Henry Wyckoff,
Wil!lam S. Fearing,
Josiah Lane,
John P.
ROBER AINSL
JOHN McBnASl, Secretary.
THE I.GLOBE FIRE INSU
..L TAL $500,000 -NOTICE IS
ol subscription for the Capit
will be opened at No. 49 Wall
of January next at 12 o'clock
12 to 2 o'c ock each day until
ble subscribed for; the shares
Five dollars per share will
tnue of subscribing; and thu
the directors shall determine
Bond and Mortgage of Real Est
cent more than thle sum for
gaged exclusive ofbiildtings,
or the same may be secured
stocks created by this or any
States, or any incorporated ci
shall be at the time at or ab
New York. Dated New Yo
IlI.ETUS H. WOODR
HENRY F.
RICHARD R WAID.
d2
AT an Election for Direct
RINE INSURANCE COMPA
York, held at their office, .
gentlemen were elected Dire
Jacob Harvey
Gekorge Lrland
William Brancker
John Thorne
Hlbert Woodhull
Edward Richardmson
T. T. Ktisam
A. B. Morrell,
led Fry, 19
R. W. Winslow
John V. Greenfie
Isaac N. Seymonu
James
At a meeting of thle Board
J.ACOB HARVEY was unanimo
JAMES LAWSON,
J10 IIO 1w Attest,
OFFICE OFTHE JACKS
0COMPANY of the City of N
7th Janua
The Board of Directors have
of Three per cent. out of the
payable to the stockholders or
demand.
J.8 2w W. W. DI

C EVENTII AVENUE.-Notice i
..sons interested, that the C
to perform certain duties rel
nue, from Twenty-first street
ninth street, in the Twelfth s
of New York, have completed
assessment, as well of the
the owners and parties intere
premises required for the sa
aforesaid, as of the benefit a
parties interested ot and in
quired for the said opening
and that the said Commissione
or transcript, of the said esti
mises in the Clerk's Office in
inspectionofwhomsoever it
tions thereto (if any) must, ac
ting to the said Commissioners
daysatler the first publication
lereby furihergiven, that the
sessment will be presented t
ture of the People of the Stat
the City of Albany, on the fifth
opening of the Court of that
Counsel can be heard there
10th,
JOHN HARRIS, corner 10
G. W. MUITRRAY. No
A. L. ROBERTSON,
.111 dl4t
TWENTY FOURTH S t REET.
Sto all persons interested,
appointed to perform the duti
Fourth street, between the
the '~eventeenth Ward, of th
pleted their revised and cor
assessment, as well of the 1 o
ow ners and parties interested
ises required for the said ope
vantage to the several persons
in the lands and premises not
of Twenty Fourth street as afo
missioners have deposited a t
said revised and corrected r
ment in the premises, in the Cl
York, for the inspection of
and thatobjections thereto (
be made in writing to the sa
them within ten dait after the f
And notice is here)by further g
corrected report of estimate a
ted to the Supreme Court of J
State ofNew York, at the Cap
the Fifth day of February n-a
on that day, or as soomi there
there
New York, Janua
SAMUEL GIIF
No. 1.'6 Wil
THOMAS BUSS
No. 80 William st
JO. N.LORD,
No 39 East Broadway
CASH ADVANCES-The suhs
J pointed Agent in this co
SCtOoDER sm & oO., Hamburg
- tel tsm,-tqr'ts-preparedl
ments to either of tlhe house
Office No. 31
NATII'I, D
New York, Janu
REFER
Messrs. Goodhuc
Joseph Foulke &
Pope & Aspinwal
T. Deland, Esq
Messrs. Nichols
Francis J. Ol
Messrs. Neal & Co
Nath. I,. Rogers & B
NOTICE.--ln consequence o
R u. Mintm, the firm of R.
disolved, and the Auction a
hereafter be conducted by th
of MINTURN & CO., who soli
tronage of the r friends, and
facilities by
TIIOMAS R
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vate Journal of Aaron of Burr
2 vols. Thue Far West, or a
2 vols. The Only Daughter;
Subaltern; 2 vols. Heir o
Gore; 2 vol
All new publications as the
immediately added. 1S
THE INDIAN VEGETABLE
North American College o
cure ofintermittent, remitte
putrid fevers; Pains and Inf
sumption; Dropsy of the hea
vy; Rheumatish; Dyspepsi
For sale at the Agency and
Bleec-ker st.
THE LADY'S BOOK-Just rec
lAgency, Nos 221 and 223 B
Number ofthe above popular
per year.
G RAND ACTION PIANO F
have this day received f
splendid assortment of the ab
different patterns, with all th
ranted made of tho best season
climate. A warrantee will
purchaser f
J9 SAM'L C. JOL


S SUPERIOR WRITING INKS-
subscr
Maynard & Noyes'
Stephen's fine unc
Do do change
Maynard & Noye
Stephen's Eng
Metaline Black Ink, a super
II. COGSWEILL, 24 M
alt]4 Han
M AIHSHALL, CARVILLE &
offer f
10 cases extra super
10 do ri
20 do de
30 do pla
10 do rich
10 do li
20 do do
5 do super
15 do do
30 do d
10 do light
10 do rich Chi
15 do dem
15 do cho and whit
10 do ric
30 dro dar
15 do sup
10 do 4-4 twilled Sile
5 do 4-
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Extra super Song Cl
Super
New York Mill Shirtings;
All of which will be sold o
J3
I-RY GOODS, AT REDUCE
D 25 Maiden lane, will, in th
move to No. 31 Cedar street
stock of cut goods will be off
prices, The following, with


H LEOPOLD, 101 WILL
DRY GOODS & TAILOR-R
that he has just received a v
cloths, cassimeres, vestings a
and most fashionable style, whi
remarkably low
II. I.. particularly invites th
ring thefithat they will no
at. his store Gentlemen purc
here offered inducements to b
convince then of. In thle T
potulacknowledges himself se
tieumi(nwho may honor him w
n don having clothes made i
eleganlce,anil at extremely
NEW TAILORING
THIIE subscribers have taken
L up stairs, to avoid paying a
Jer todbe able to mnanufactur
niore reasonable rate than cal
which are not lnore eligible
trusted to their hands will b
most approved style, and warra
ing their own cloth, can lhav
pri
le Frock Coats, made and tr
Dress do
Pantaloons
Vests
D All other garments ma
pri
TO TIIE TRAVEL
N. B.-Elegant Life Preser
to lie distinguished from the
unred to order, as above
JAMES &TAYLOR, (formerly
LORING ESTABlIStHMENT,
subscribers respectfully inf
establishment, that they are
splendid Goods, suitabtlil for
make up to order, sell by the
uisutal low price
FALL AND WI
Over Coats of fine Beaver
'" Pilot
cc" Col'd Broad
Dress fine,
VWool dyed
Pantaloons of blakel,
frol .i 5,
Vests of Cloth Cass. f
from $2,5
Dress Coats made and tri
Over Coats "
Pantaloons and V
The subscribers wish distinct
ments made at this establish
o be made by the best work
ashlion. .1- .
BANKING.---Ithas been sugg
1 law, a bank for thle Improv
standing, and to facilitate a
for the citizens of New York,
prove of vast benefit to the
upon the soil being consider
boots anitd shoes must rank next
asmnuch as the earth is almost,
dation upon which they stan
Slate lie of the same opinion,
much Iith thle plans of the
ard Autgutstus esteems as the v
may think of the project of hi
At present, however, the incre
boots and walking pumps conv
Naw\ York are getting their e
Martin Van Birenlis re-elected,
so far improved, thai they will
RICHIARD AUGUSTUS' present
p]-le ithell, witlio nany aid
continues at l.56 Pearl st.
IIE H .1-IR! THE HAIR!!-
Sborne in mind that to a goo
desirable property is the poss
and which call only be obtain
of the VEGETABLE HAIR OIL
sirable substitutte for thle ma
are daily palmed
The advertiser pledges hi
IIHAIR OIL will be found to nou
and restore it in bald places
tensive demand for it, has put
per bottle. For sale at th
d4
COMMERCIAL AND LAW BL
tion, ofthe most approved
style on paper of good quality
assortment of Papers- Blank A
For sale by
d25 No. 6 Tonti
FIRST PREMIUM STATION
t ute has awarded the fir
& CO. Proprietors of Stationer
York, for Blank Account B
Permanent B:ue, an
The highest premiums, gold,
have been awarded to this est
SUCCESS
Gentlemen are particularly r
'the above, as thay are prono
to be the finest specimens o
in this country, and
Also, io examine an extensi
of FOREIGN
The Trade and others suppl
terms. We invite Comparison
Opposition.
P RaCTICAL INSTRUCTION
I CUTION -A complete syst
of STAMMERING and all oth
Also, all affections of the voic
ease of the throat termed Ch
KING. Professor of Elocution
door from Canal Street. Mr. K
experience in teaching, is ena
a method entirely his own, f
dersland the analysis and cor
of English composition ; and al
and the utterance of others ; i
acquire tone, mannerism, or a
MTr King will be at home ever
Communications from abroad,
diate at
References-Rev. Dr. Wainwr
Principal of the Collegiate Sc
Mrs. W. Roberts, Femmale Sem
zer Parmly, Pauk Place, B.
QII)NEY B. WIIITI.OCK, 75 F
kJ and is daily receiving fro
at Elizabeth Port, white tarre
manufactured from Russia, M
yarn of which is spun by m
Cables, tHalsers, &c. made at
first quality clean Russia he
ceived for Bolt Rope. Whale
Steamboat Packing, Manilla Ro
ted Flax Bale Ro pe, Bed Cor
Sea Lines, IIamb ro' I.ine, IIo
other articles in his line. Al
euted with punctua
Hardware Merchants, Ship (
dealt with at manufacturers'
PATENT PARLOR AND ItHL
The suascribers
the attention ofth
well's Patent Com
Iiall Dumnb Sto
Ter for sale. As
Imy, as well as b
lion and workmans
-very thing ii the
u- Ire offered to th
"i ..ssceming pmt
um 'nofthe stove i
---^^f""^%=.... botl a
weather may require. A length
is not within thle compass of a
faction ofthe public, we have
testimonials from gentlemen wh
One of tihe stoves is kept in c
No. lt5 Fulton street, fi
On haud a variety of Cook Sto
a good assortment of Coal Sto
Also, a splendid article of Ra
HI. E. Peck, New Hiaven, Con
proved construct
HIIARVEY & TREADWEI
N. B.-The Dumb Stove receive
ver mnedal) at the late Fair
n29


RAIL ROAD COMPANIES
TIJREIS are itiformed tha
invented a new article for bo
road cars and locoimotive engi
or bearings made of brass or
consumption of less than o
these boxes are made from po
pared in a peculiar manner,
ments have been made to secure
P. H. Dreyer and Thomas Ho
only one half of the present p
the expense of turning and fi
applied to a transportation ca
for several days, with a weig
the car, and at a rate of spe
and has proved to run easier
information and testimonials
the Long Island Rail Road Off
Rl;IlAltl) 13AltNARD, Comn
P'tl nton st., New York-A
RY ROCK, manufacturers uof
hasjust received alaige asso
sisti
Albums splendidly bom
da d.) do
do in f.n
Eminbel.lishmeon
Portfolios ?nd B'ortinug
Embossed Flowe
do C
do Let
do Mus
Enamelled and
Perforitrtd an
'1 rcllio ant. B
Ricks Floral, 14 storical, a
Caurds,viz:-T *e Moss Ro es
tinns for thi Year, Coimvers-imti
Enigmas, Ilistorical PopJ
rHE subscriber, (late the
would respectfully inform
that he has taken for the p
chants' Exchange, (Hanover s
continue the STATIONER
NESS,-and hopes, by strict att
serve a continuance of
On hand, and will daily be
Ledger, Journal, Day Book;
other Blank Books; together
Foolscap, Letter, Packet Pos
different manufactures, of all
terms as can be had in the cit
description. Respect
24 Merchant
October, 1838.
N. B.-All orders for single
bound to any pattern, thankf
attended to. Counting-house
NEW YORK AND NEW
PRINT WORKS-Office No.
door below John.-The subsc
their friends and tile public
arrangement for dying Silks, S
vet, Hosiery, French and Engl
Also, for restoring spot ed S
aged Goods, which they finis
manner. Sewing and Floss Silk
ed and put up in any style.
tlemen's Clothes, Moreen Cur
&c. pyed, elensed, scoured
n13 tf IA


RATHBONE'S PATENT U
STOVES.--The subscribe
these Cook Stoves as among th
have abundance of testimony
references, &c. to endorse
are now prepared to fill who


C ASSICAL AND COME
Bowery,
OLIVERt W. NORTON, Princi
Latin munil Greek Languages
Belles
AIUGUSTUS LEFEVRE, A. M.,
and Spanish Langua
ERASTUS S. BARNES, A. 1B.,
THOMAS D. HIIOOVER, A. B.,
Department, and G
F. GRANT NORTON, Instruct
WILLIAM JONES, Instr
Mr. NORTON would assure the
struction in his school shall
languages, double translations
a rigid demonstration of eve
and the advancement of the p
with permanent acquisitions,
ment of the intel
The additional assistance wh
compelled hilm to procure, hlas
vide ithe labor, that each te
braiclh, to which his undivi
which arrangement will be se
greta ad
The number of pupils will be
ment, and the greatest caution
the admission of corru
The same strict and careful
habits is maintained, which h
pils from the contagious exam
secured the approbation of p
aim to secure them from un
but to impress upon their i
Christian morals, in their a
TER
PER QU
For Tuition in Reading,
Enslsh Granmmar, &-.....
Rhetoric, History, Natu
Geometry, Trigonom
Astronomy. .............
Latin and Greek ...........
French, extra ............
Spanish, extra. ...........
Penmanship ...............
Music, gr
No extra charges,
VAcATIONS.-Four weeks in A
days. Pupils received at any t
tion charged only from
REFERENCES.-Rev. .1 M.'
Skinner, DD; Rev. Wm. Patt
Rev F L. Hawks, DD ; Rev.
Norton; VWin. E. Dodge, Esq.
1). Smith ; Rev. E. F. Ilatfi
T O 'JIlE PUBLIC.-I begt lea
that I have been appointed
house of WATKINS & ASKAM, T
London, to take measures and
by them ; and I take the pres
your patronage. Numerous mer
where (to whom reference ma
sonally acquainted with the Pr
sure you that you nmay depend
latest fashions and thie most
an elegance of style
The FIT is guaranteed--or,
entire satisfaction, you wil
Specimens of these clothes
you are invited to inspect; o
resilience, to show them, onyo
that e
The prices are extremely mo
by the subjoined list; and now
communication with London,
the utmost despatc
I am, your most
S. WATKINS, 128 Fu
PRI
Dress Coat, of the very finest q
Ditto ditto black
Frock Coat, ditto co
Ditto ditto bla
Vests-various...........
Pantaloons, of the newest and
Extras to Coat.--Velvet Col
S2,00); Braided Edges, $1 0
graved Gilt
Terms-Ten per cent. for Cas
ne
.." Gentlemen choosing to
selves, will be charged on
THE MECHANICS' BANK
JOURNEYMEN AND APPR
of the state of New York, pas
Legislature. authorizing the
number of Mechanics and oth
have formed an Associa ion f
ration of the great and increa
Mechanics, it is designed to
Should the Association, howe
clusively to those who have al
it would fail to accomplish on
adopt some plan by which the
neymsn and Apprentice might p
and commence the important
for their future credit and a
reputation for indu
The Association has now com
with a view to the accomplish
it has been determined to ap
the Institution, for the exc
Apprentices, upon a.plan of w
li
The Board of Directors, as
apartment, will reserve $100,00
use of the savings depositors,
time to time upon the conduit
Saving deposits will be re
Apprentices only, in sums not
an interest of five per cent.
The interest will be calculate
vings Ins
WVhen the deposits of an i
shall have the privilege of i
of the Bank, at its par value
stock certificates. This is b
tory ; it may remain in depo
sir
This department is establish
safe and profitable investment
neymen and Apprentices, and t
power of preventing, if possi
privileges to a
The regulations ant by-law
department will be furnished
will be opened at the Apprenti
every Thursday, from six to e
opening accounts and receiving
tendence of two of the Trust
Thursday in J
The present
- ELEUTHEROS D. COMSTOCK,
J. H. CoRNELL, 9 Ha
John I- Labagh,
Thomas R. Merce
Richard E. Mount,
Andrew Lockwood
Robert Smith,
Archibald Gracie,
Janies G. Stacey,
Adonirani Chandl
James Hlarriott,
Frederick Pent
Samuel Roomie,
__ Peter J. Bogert
James R. Walter
Nicholas Ludlum
John A. Bunting,
Edwin B. Clayton
WVilliam H. Pec
J.ames Van Nord
Richard Nelson,
James McCullough, 1 Rutge
TtIW O SUFFERS FROM DE
V liefanrd permanent cure,
obtained by using "SEGU
fair the mnost popular and ext
puIrpose ever inirodnced int
sale autnd retail, at the Gener
way, corner Courtlandl st. Pr
GUION's, 189 Broadway, and
Grand st.
AKIN'S IMPROVED MAN
received an assortment of th
ters, invoices, &c. can be wri
either one, two or three dupli
dling to the trouble. Mercha
nifold writer for commercial
substitute for the cop
.18 3w EDWARD) N. KEN


3URG.LEW of the Merchan
Beaver street, begs respect
that he is prepared to give
apartments, on the shortest n
tention will bae paid to the
up, as well as that they may
cacy which those ordering
"/fERCIIANTS, and oth ers are
MI.L and exam ne a large ass
tionary and fancy goods, just e
the most reasonable terms by
No. 3 Wall, corner New stre
found--Blank Account Books o
Papers, Quills, Fluids, Black
rian, and Windles, Patent stee
Bills ofExchange and Lading,
Bill head boxes, Man
Also.-Penknifes, Card ise
umns, EancyPaperand Card
American) Scrap Books, Siher
Purses &c. &c. and every des
IN, RULING and BINDING exec
tuality.


DROF. OLMSTED'S PATEN
tors have on hand a good a
stoves, designed for heating pa
&c. It is confidently believe
stoves a fair trial, that they s
ty, durability or economy. T
in operation at the warehou
they will be kept, to exhibit
who have given t
u20 SMITH & S
E ELEVATED OVEN ROTARY.-
the ordinary Rotary, can b
the subscribers, sole agents
baking is greatly improved an
struc
o26. 3m RATHBONE &
O"LNEY'S COAL BURNERS.-A
ous sizes of this excellent
stantly on hand. This stove
lic for over four years, and
use throughout the country,
office stoves. food evidence
cle is found in the fact, of
demand for the Coal Burners,
tion caused by the multitude o
duced. For economy, simplici
surpassed. Orders at wholesa
026 3m RATHBONE
EXTRAORDINARY COMBINE
.JL Verbena Powder or Sand
forms one of the most pleasing
ginable. One of these Sachet
about the person, will diffuse
glance s ) generally through
room, that the possessor alone
origin. It is part cularly des
parties, andl all public place
elected, together being very
achs, faintness, or the oppre
experienced in warm rooms o
as a perfume for bureaus. war
preventative against moths.
at G NS
J77
TrYENT'S IMPROVED IND
i1nmarking on Linen. Silk,
vious preparation, prepa
KENT, stationer, No. 3 Wall
cle needs only trial for conmm
scription, on Linen, Silk, or
perfect freedom, by a common
looks pale at first, by attenti
assumes a deep black, so firm


DOCTOR ItORNE continues t
Strangers are respectful
was bred to the Medieal Prof
and lias been a practical mem
12 years, for the last 32 in t
twice from being formerly gene
particular branch of Medicine
attention, viz': Lues Veneria
tiasis; and, in short, all disea
of the blood. His experience
astonishing In many thousand
care, of all grades and every
speedily restored his patients
tut
lie cautions the unfortunate
ry. Thousands are annually i
your case is eradicated, not
Buchan emphatically obser
persons about to be married,
tious of those afflictions. W
transmit to posterity." Pers
and deplorable cases, need no
very tby applying to Dr. Ho
local, are, without mercury,
Gleets and strictures remove
grieves the Dr. is, that many
salutary advice, have recou
where there is no responsibi
known ; by such means, throw
they vainly hope to save,) and
ti
Persons who may have cont
latent poison are invited to
at his old establishment, No
the corner of Warren. A re
York city, has radically est
for sterling honor, and based o
Dr. Ilorne offers to his
Office for separate consul
come in
Attendance until half
No letters taken in unless po
e hand
Smultorumnt incurale p
Horace's
P. S.-As long as Dr. IIORNE
lie, i. is proper lie continue
of strangers, as it is well k
in speaking of cases ofa deli
sician is pre-eminen
F OR THE CURE OF CO
and Consunmptions.-Dr.
a Medicine unequal d
Ih Asthmatic o- Consumpntive
Hoarseness, Catarrhs, Wheezin
will give immediate ease. In
without
I tlhas been the instrument
curing many thousands of poor
matic and Consumptive, not ex
standing, and in most of the
could not possibly be effect
fully alleviated the complaints
attend to business--and to ren
gree comfortable
This valuable medicine has
yea.is, and still stands without
eases. It can be had at whole
Dispensary, No. 188 Bowery,
pectable druggists in this ci
d24
NEW ENGLAND
T HE reputation of which lia
the most safe and efficaei
f
INFLUENZA, COUGIIS, C
ING COUGH SPITTING
AFFECTIONS O
PREPARED ONLY BY TH
GODDARD & BUTLER, No.
In presenting this useful re
prietor is authorized by a
ceipe was confidencially obtain
himself, and in his extensive
tions, with astonishing effe
vegetable substances, of which
peculiarly adapted to disease
Stom
This medicine has been use
proprietor has not known a si
failed in giving relief in dise
ed; even in cases approach
with bleeding at the Lungs,
had failed, the most decided an
ded its use. Common colds, w
of obstructed perspiration, wi
few hours; when used in as
and shortness ofbreath, it gi
tranquil rest and sleep. In w
rival. It operates by gentle
en to infants wit
The genuine New England.
oped in a bill of directions,
per, bearing on it the signatu
hand writing. The bottle will
cork,' New Engla
The above may be had genui
ries, as well as the proprieto
agents in every s
A few ofthe many certificates
are in possession of the propr
sal of those who are trouble
Messrs. Moffat
Gentlemen-After having tri
of my friends, almost every
the least relief, I had recou
Syrup, and am enabled to say,
it has cured me of one of th
knew, and shall feel it to be
one whom I find in need o
-Yours resp
Boston, Nov. 30. 1831
I have the satisfaction and p
the bottle of New England C
of you on thie 23d of April, ha
very severe cough, which has
past. After using a variety o
manent relief, I was induced,
to try your Syrup. The result
ceeded beyond my expectation
it as a very valuable medicine
flicted with similar comply
Boston, May 1, 1835.
It gives me great pleasure t
in favor of your New England
which having entirely cured
that my physician advised me
a southern climate, but the f
preclude the necessity.
JOSEPH
Boston, Septe
The proprietor would add, th
numerous testimonials of the
me
Also for sa
THE ORRIS
The O R s T OTH X AA i
paration possessing the proper
mouth, restoring the gums to
ing any unpleasant taste or o
ising fiomn decayed teeth or
ac
"Sound teeth and white teet
tions of humanity; but how
cessary for their preservat
all thie means needed-amo
more pleasant and effectual
cleanses and whitens the teet
ifies the molth and sweeten
its uise to all, young and
Thie concurrent testimony o
all parts of the Union, in its
tile numerous certificates
NEW ENGLAND COUGH S
IPUBLIC.-It baconmes the
caution the public against imit
valuable medicine, called Ne
to mislead-as an article c
is often substituted. Therefo
ine, be sure to call for New
sure that the signature of th
on tIle label or wrapper. Tho
wish to obtain a sure re
'FTle genuine is sold by mos
city; also by numerous agent
as well as th
n19 3mn GODDAR
RHEUMAT1SM, CHII.BLAI
cal Essence of Mustard, f
Chilblains, Gout, Lnmbago,
no nmalady to which the human
more applications of various
han the Rheumatism, nor is


sisted with like force the a
virtue ofthe Essence ofMusta
other remedy in use. It has b
thirty years, and has been at
success. For sale at Church
corner Spring street.
F OR THE FACE AND SKIN
tion, recommended by the fa
face and skin. This Lotion i
world It effectually removes
redness, and all other cutaneo
ministered with great succe
is perfectly safe, yet power
qualities of the most celebrate
considered an almost indispen
For sale at Church's Dispen
Spring st. Price 75 ce
DATENT PREMIUM BEDS
I Hair and Straw Matreses
FRANCIS IIEWITT, 114 Blee
there are a number of Bedstead
called patent, and having som
invites his friends and the publ
the principle of this bedste-ad
ken down and put up in one m
perfect guard
N. B. These Bedsteads are
street and 114 Bleeker street, a
0:-All work warranted and


C tlARLES BARTLETT, CO
48 Courtlandt street, New
the public that he still conti
ng articles at his o
AN IMPROVEa SUBSTITUTE
FEET.-It embraces a full an
opposite limb which can be dr
joint at the toes, ankle and k
stump it enables a person to
ease and
AN APPARATUS OF SPIRAL SPRING
muscles, moving the foot in s
the strong tendons above the h
ly imi
One ofthe numerous article
and Leg formed expressly fo
an amputation extremely clo
stump totally inflexible. It
ables them to rise froni the
out any app
C. B. would also inform tho
tune to lose a limb, that they
shortest possible notiiee; and
fied time, which is no
All charges moderate and
C. B. also manufactures H
wooden
Apparatuses for Clump Feet
Feet and Legs. Splints of
ord
References can be given in
phia, Buffalo and numerous
tions strictly attended to
ZrIC ZAG COAL COOK STO
economical Stove can be s
of the subscribers. Satisfacto
convince those who wish to pur
most perfect Coal Cook Stove
Patent right secured, and inf
Sixty days allowed the purch
we warrant it to give sa
d3 RATHBONE
8IAMES H. PATTERSON,277 B
Sthe Orpheus, an extensive
iny" or "nSouth bown" Drawer
"ie br-asted. The goods are
rink or thicken


COLT'S REP
AR
T IIE PATENT ARMS M
are now ready to supply ord
splendid Arms, at greatly re
of a weapon for defence will f
cle of the kind in the world,
pairs of ordi
C B. ZABRISKI
o25 tf 15B
GENUINE HAV
AT THE SIGN OF T
JOHN ANDERSON, Importer
adjoining thle City HIospital,
tunity of acknoweldging hi
friends, for their very libe
pleasure in informing them,
arrangements, at great expen
manufacturers of the day, for
choice brands, of the most deli
fer in addition to his usual
judges, to be unequalled at
sale wholesale and retail,
80,000 L
75,000 Indian
75,000
44,000 D
60,000 L
45,000
38,000 Prin
30,000 De Yar
17,000 Choic
In order to protect stranger
practised on them, the subsc
following guarantee-should an
tablishment, not prove as g
"e returned and the money r
IIPOILTANT TO
DR. RALP1, auttierof The
I tle volume on certain de
for the use of those of both s
well as asilimimediate and pere
began to state, that he Icontin
al, at his residence, either
stage and variety of the d s,.
to give the most delicate nd
honrr him y with t
Ie also conceives it to -.e
order tlat he might not be c
tion of advertising people) t
in his prrfesrio, ,as gradua
burgh, and member of the
&c., as wli as author of t
work expressly on these ptcu
of 30t yeais experience-lie ha
umny and reonwmnendaiion fr
Europ" to the sreat eminent
and f Philasdelphi, anrlwhic
one whlo w
p:3r- Dr. Ralph has thought it
on th, preceding statemcUt,
press sed to him, a mater of s
cation and rank in his profe
and talents to the cure of
the aitvemnising people of tlh
kindofperron If, however,
timing people bring upon soc
ent opinion would be forme
of diseases which requires
medicine, or a greater mesur
imthose to be consulted on th
is a fact, for instance, that,
sent moment (Bore than half
from month to rnionti u'ncumrc
of this disease which all
alone, would never cure.
have taken from u 1to 2t) bot
es of pilis,or of capun, es,
and yet are quite surprise
true statement of their case
properly treated at first, (a
quire exceedingly different
into a gleet, and, aeon after
every honest man wileo really
see and acknowledge at once,
selutely nccs ary: bui thi
length, however, this finct
patient's own mind, an)d then
being pointed out, and the
perfectly surprised at the e
his crure
With regard to what Is tcrm
tion to Gonorrhae-the diso
-it is irunpussifle, in a blie
unhappy consequences of fall
rant or unprincipled men.
noticed in the Ihlate book al
be known to every one; it i
aren't perfectly eradlicated fr
fects eroe net confined to the
them, but extend to an innoc
ing a feeb and c diseased po
pointing the pro-pect
DRi RALPI maiy te consult
COURTLAND STREET, N. Yo
who write by post, receive to
ful reply susd.iftbey wish i
warded to them, having t-e 1
of it. and containing every th
an I perfect cure of these c
chest comp
Itia exceetlingly desirable t
ders ;-recent c ses, for th
aged, are very quick
0""C "blit .re .Ait- .
htihai he continues his office
4J Ann-sti eet. During the tw
.tilms city and throughouih thl
ed,and Imany cases ef Dysp
sies, Consumption, Antina
affections, which had resist
have been greatly relieved, o
ment. Hle oourld also observe
and religious character, he
Right Rev'd. Bishop OnJerdo
Spring. D. D.,and that number
tary effects of' his treatment,
several cases iim this city si
can he re
The Rev. Mr. Stow, author
whlch thie following is an ex
gyman at Montrose, Pa The l
Doct, r pear s-Dear Sir-A f
in December last, giving an a
and soliciting your assistance
decidedly alarming. se ummuch
physicians, whio, after a vei
case,gave me to understand
less. lHer cough raged with s
she would suffocate in her a
couah increased the dropsy,
sy on the other hand. impar
to her cobgh; and thus, by
were hurrying her fast to
cough continued sixteen Imou
was assuaged at last only r
of morphine. A few days after
ed, and was irsmmediatelv adm
py effects. luer dropsy and
and lfaft her but the skeleto
She has been constan-wy gal
able to attend in sotome ueasu
and, with lthe exception of
health. Sir is as one raised
feel bound first, anIl princip
cy to my aimily, I feel myself
for your invaluable prescri
laid my family nuder time great
an most highly do we value y
complaints with which Mi Sul
ed. Yours,withfe
TIMOTHY
ANGINA PECTORIS.-hls prom
symptoms are, an unpleasant
or pit of the stomach, attended
but mot e particularly the olef
exiendlingof.en to tne should
left arnit. Those subject t
with a sense of suffocation, o
experience shortness of bre
heart on walking fast oi asce
symptoms are not censiant,
good health, except during t
do not frequently occur, bun
tended with peculiar and al
proving fatal when aprare
Dr. Sears has had much exp
thisdilease, and has been sn
had resisted all oinar
F..LLhING (F TIh; WVO
PRESSURE.--Dr. A. G. I
supporter is, in hll c.ses o


source ot ihnmnediate relief an
a very great number of cas
curesin a few months wear
the Medical Society of the
session, as a valuable substi
in
Dr. Iull begsleaveto caution
profession, again t a variety
instrument, which.-are vende
other cities asiiuprovements.
many ofthein unsafe. The
title and my name embossed
Office, for sale and applica
na- Extract from the Bost
1838:-" 7 Uero Abdominal Su
New Yors Medical.S.ciety
Sin favor of this instrument
"bpliefthmatit will, in most c
"pleasury. Such,too,is the
neighhm.r
MRE IICAL CARD) -Dit. CA
L. New York, deems it pro
the public that he continues t
his old establish
To a vast number of the cit
needs no heralds to announce
ismmost complicated and de
deem it material to be very
names of the varlonis inaladie
mankindar
To strangers he begs leave m
that he confines himselftool
selfpersonally to the welfare
sistants or shop boys, and ha
vacy of patients, who ca
Dr. Carpenter would add tha
the Profession of medicine a
Diplcma in the year 1813, of
Society, signed by the highly
John R. B. Rogers, M. D., as
a long series of yearsdevoted
care ofall delicate
Be particular in three numb
s reel. (a15)


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informs the sickly and infirm
is based upon the virtues of
oils, the health restoring qua
rienced by those patients w
mild yet efficacious system.
isi ndebted for her invaluabl
conferred health and happine
up to the present time complex
of mineral practice. Mrs. M.
cure or relieve the following
ever long standing; tic dolore
or paralyzed limbs, decline,
la, salt rheum, king's evil,
scald head, dyspepsia, debili
symptoms, white swelling, as
complaint, hemorrhoids, fema
sickness, &c. &c. Hours for
until 6 P. M. at her residence,
Broadway, N. Y. All letters
to ; medicines forwarded to a
d2

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of female mind and character
pose for a moment, that the la
(to whom this Card is politely
flattered to pationize him, bu
their god sense only. They a
BADEAU'S celebrated S
were prepared with special r
they are most earnestly rec
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