New-York American
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Title: New-York American
Uniform Title: New-York American (New York, N.Y. 1821)
Alternate title: New York American
Physical Description: v. : ; 52 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: New York N.Y
Creation Date: June 6, 1839
Publication Date: 1821-1845
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Edition: Daily ed..
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- New York (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- New York County (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- New York -- New York -- New York
Coordinates: 40.716667 x -74 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from the Library of Congress Photoduplication Service, New York Public Library, and Center for Research Libraries.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 467 (Sept. 10, 1821)-(Feb. 15,1845).
General Note: Publisher: J.M. Elliot, <1822>.
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: New-York American, for the country
Related Items: New-York American (New York, N.Y. : 1832)
Preceded by: American (New York, N.Y. : 1819)
Succeeded by: Morning courier and New-York enquirer

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y ANt) 'RK A WIN .-T'lhe subscribers
.-ofer for sale the following old and superior) Wines,
most of which were Imported by them direct, and from the
first sources :
26 pipes London Particular Madeira, in pipes, half pipes
and quarter casks
1000 demijohns do, some of which is very old, and was
elected from the most celebrated estates.
500 dozen old bottled Madeira, being from 15 to 30 years
'id, part imported direct, and part via India. Also, Maim
sey, ercial and Tina.
The nhest Pale, Gold and Brown SherryWinee in casks,
demijohns and bottles.
French Wines-Chateau, Margaux, of 1827 and la.
Chateau LaOte, Leoville, Palmer, Margaux and St.
500 basket De jamont Champaigns
50 cases Sparkling Hock.
200 eases Sauterne, Barsac and Hermitage.
60 cases Chambertin Burgundy, in the finest order#
Port Wine, vetiy rare, in cask and in bottle
Hock Wines-Metternich, Johannesberger, Hockheim
er, Budesheiner, and Leisten.
L P Teneriffe. Lisbon and Sicily Wines, for sale by
6IO A. BININGER& CO, 141 Broadway.
G' 1 INNELL MINTURN & CO.. 34 Front stree
havefor sale-
200cases English Slheathing Copper, assorted sizes
from 14to 32oz,
850 English Hoes; 30 bales Mobile Cotton
cases Tortoise ;Shell
.00 bales Calcutta Hides; 50 cases Manillia Indigo
100 casks Gum Senegall
100 casks Ombr,) Madder
A600 gag Crud. Ginger; 2000 bags Saltpetre
140 bales Jute: 500 do Manilla hemp
S80 cases Grass Cloths
200 cases China Silks, comprising an assortment
black and white Goods, Sewings, &c.
76 qr. casks Lieoon White Wine. 130 bags Sago
0,000 bushels Germai. red Wheat
1000 bis Danish Flour, entitled to debenture
70 bales Printing Cloths
30 oales4 4 brown Shirtings, 10 cases Printed Satinet.
.1100 Australian Sheep Skins:
,2400 gallon. Teal Seed Oil; 300 bhoes Sperm Candles
t 1000 ble Whale Oil; 10,000 lbs. Wnalehone
10,000 gallons Winter and Fall Oil
TEAS-Young Hyson and Hyson, in half chests and
boxes; GunPowder and Imperial, in half chests, cases
and boxes,balanceex ship Oneida je25

OOER & CO. 55 Walllstreet, offertfor sale-
M W0O hhds Tobacco
809 bales do
6% hhdip Stem do
20 131b boxes Imperiat Tea
8 casesPearl Buttons I
62 cases German Beads
2 tn Re I Saunders (Wood' I-0on, Calcutta.
X K. COLLINS & CO., 568outh street, otter for sale
the following articles :
160 hhds N 0 Sugar
200 bales Bridport sail and seine Twines, composing
thefollowing numbers, 36, 30, 24,184 16, 15, 14
13, 12, 11,10, 9,8, 7, 6,5, jlb |
'0 Gill Nets
100 bolts Englishl'Duck, assorted numbers
20 bales patent Sheathing Pajer, suitable for roofs
of houses and bottoms of shipsi, a new article.
C HATEAU MAkGAUX-Vintage of 1834-The sub.
J scribers having made arrangements with Messrs.
Barton &i Guestler, (who puichasedthe whole of ibis vin-
tage from Mr Aguado, the proprietor of this estate,) have
now received per shio George Cabot, from Bordeaux, a
supply ot this Wine, put up" in cases of I dozen and; 2
doaen bottles each, which theyinow offer for sale.
The W .ne of the vintage of 1834 for delicacy of flavor,
aereeable bouquet and vinosny, is superior to that of any
former year. for a Ion" period, of this favorite estate.
apl6 A. BININGER & ICO. 14lBroadway.

E.AVA COFFEE-Iu.bgs old Java, for sale by

11 --LTheSubscribers offer for sale, In lots to suit pur
chasers, and on favorable terms, a large assortment ot
Wines, viz:
Madeira, in butta, pipeo. hbds, qr casks and barrel_
Do in cases of one dozen each, part very old a
Sherry, pale, brown and gold, in various packages
Do do do do do in glass
Port in pipes, hhds and qr casks
'Do in cases ofone dozen, bottled at Oporto
St Lucar Wine, Teaerifle and Canary
Marseilles Madeira, sweet and dry Malaga
Muscat, in qr casks, barrels and boxes
Pico Madeira, Sicily do, Vin de Grave
Sauterne, French Port, red and white Hermitage
White and red Lisbon, Bucellas no
Maraschino, Bordeaux Anisette and Cordials
Sparking Champaigne, of various brands, qts and pts
Hock Wine, do do Sparkling
Bordeaux and Marseilles Ciaret,7pn wood and glass
&c. &o.
o Pe a ALSO,
'b London Porter and Browit Stout, qts and pts
Bdrton, Scotch and English Pale Ale, do do
Havana and Prinepe Segars, oft" various brands
Wine, Porter and Claret Bottles, Corks do
Foreign and domestic Demijohns, differentsizes
Souchtong and other Teas
Loaf and Lump Sugar, in boxes and barrels
St Croix do in barrels
Canton Preserved Ginger, Bordeaux Preserves
Marseiller and Bordeaux Salad Oil
Old Java and Laguyra Coffee
Bunch Raisits, Almonds, Sperm Candles, differentsiazes
English Mustard, in whole, half and qr boxes
Olives, Capers) Sardines, &c. &c.
(GRACIE & CO, 20 Broadat
Orders fromother places will receive attention, and for,
warded to any part ofthe 'Tnite'l States. fell
'. IN S, &c. 600 dozen Mader tiao various branu
V V and vintages, from 7 to WO years old.
100 doz Brown Sherry, do do do do
10 do Pale do do do do do
100 do Port, of superior quality.
500cases Claret, including Chateau Margaux, Palms.
Margaux, La Fitte, St. Julien, LaTfir, &o.,&(
100 do Sauterne, Lynch's, Barsac. &c.
00 do VindeAraves.
100 do Burgundy, Romance, Contl,Uhambertit., ,
100 do Uermitage, red an "*'kte.
100 d- Cote Rotie, and other French Wines.
S00 LO Champagne, Clicquot and other favoritebtands
tOO do Rheolsh, Hockhe)mer, Johannesberger, Rudes.
.aeinmer, Marcobrunner, Liebfraumilch.b &c., Moe
100 ; do Canary, 0 )ntantia Mueat, Cyprus Swee t ano
Dry Ljsbon, Malaga, St. Lucar, &c.
Also-20 pipe S old Brandy, Otard, Du Puy & Co. and
Seienette ; old Mountain Dew and Ish Whiskey; reach
and White Brandy; East India Arrack; Shrub; Metheg-
'in ; Old Jamaica Rum ; Old Gin, and a complete assort-
ment of Cordials and Liquors, say Martinique, Cote St.
&ndre, Cutacoa, Maraschino, Rosoeio. kc.
The most ofthe above forsale on draft as well asi n hot
e. bv BUNKER & CO.. 13 Maiden Lane. ml
C H. RUSSELL & CO. 33 Pine st. 'have received
J1 by late arrivals, and offer for sale the [following
spring goods:
Which Dark Chintz Prints
Rich light fancy do
Blick and white do
Black and white and fancy|printedlMuslins
Mouselline deoLaine
Printed Quiltlngs and Welts
Scotch Seersucker and checked Ginghams
Pink Chambrays
Madass, Verona end Turkey red Hdkfls]
Fancy Cotton Driilings
Fancy and plain Linen Drillings
Astrachan and Summer Cloths
Mixed Erminets
Worsted Trowsers Stuff, various:kinds
laconet, Lansook, checked andCCambriclMuslins
tGerman Cotton Hosiery
Furniture Dimity
Marseilles Quilts, 9 4 o124
Double Genoa Cords, 27 inch
Moleakinsand Beaverteens
White and Drab Satteens
Brocha black and fancy Shawls
7 4 a 8 4 Scotch Tartan do|
Kilmarnock Bonnets
Umbrellas, 28 and 30 inch
Valencia Vestings, light and dark
Fancy woollen gassimers'
Black do
WVool dyed black and green Cloths"
Fine and superfine assorted coloured ClothsQ
Flushings, assorted colors
Pilot Cloths
Red Paddings, 8 4 a6 4
Blankets, vafriousa kinds
Canvass Paddings
-; Ctotf D...dqi,.. few
P UE LUZE & VOLZ, No.:34 Beaver street,
o.. offer for sale
WINES & LIQUJORS-20 pires HollanA&in, Blark
Horse brand, a superior article, of Miieurs Wm
Paule's & Son, of Rotterdam
30 casks Bordeaux White Wine
400 baskets Campagne,Sillery Mousseix
50 do do Oeil de Perdrix
100 do do St Perayj
300 cases Chambertin
50 do Bordeaux Claret
20 do Kirshenwasser
50 do Mareschino
10 barrels white wine Vinegar
20 cases 1 inen Cambric andkLlnenlCambricjHdkfs
6 bales Dutch Camblets
4 cases Merinos
2 cases Taffeta Bibhons
53 cases Gros de Naples
15 barrels Paris Green
'8 casks Sulphate of Soda, proper forlglass manu-
3 cases Sponges
3 cases PistyIs
Andi an assortmentI ofkGold and Silver 1Watches and
musicall Boxes ap20

AVANASEGARS-250:000 Havan Seg. receive.
S ed per the Diomo, from Havana, an invoice of Se
gars, made from old and selected Tobacco, of the follow.
ing brands.
100,000 Noriegats, in half, quarter and tentn boxes
150,000 Dos Conaaneros in do do do do
25,000 Trabucos in do do do do
10,-00 Government Regalias, of exquisite Tobacco,
as well as make, for sale by
a17 A. BININGER 141 Broadway.
IOUERS & CO. otter ior saie-
R 0 tons clean Russia Hemp,20 tons red Sanders:;
4CO0 rolls 6-4 and 4-4 Canton Matting, plain
460 S13lb. boxes Imperial Tea
8 cases Poneees
8 casesPearl Buttons
French Wines in casks and boxes
Champagne Wine, sundry brands fe

L HAMPAIGN WINES The subscribers have receive
Sed per late arrivals and now landing, a supply o0
choice Wines, quarts and pints, including a new brand,
put up for the Southern market, called the 'Palmetto.'
GRACIE & CO. 20 Broad st.
Orders from other places for Wines of every description
will receive attention, and forwarded as directed. mv23
G ILLESPIE & EDWARDS, 73 Wall street offer for
w sale-
230 half chests Young Hyson Tea
93 do do Gunpowder do
lI0 chests Hyson Skin do
120 half chests Pouchong
IS chests do, extra fine
39 do Souchong, do do
60 fancy boxes do do do
4 three quarter chests Oolong, a choice black Tea
26 Cumaha und Lacquered boxes of Tea. my21 2w
SPilINO t,(iiUS.-T'ine subscribers offer for sale. the
following goods, received per late arrivals -
8 4 Cambrics and Jaconet Muslins
6 4 Tape and Satin Check do 'a
Brocades and Swiss Muslin,
6 4 Prii ted Saxonies
Mousselain de Lamines
Black and white Prints
Birdseye and Table Diaper,
7 8 and 4 4 Irish Linens
4 4 a 10 4 Sheetings
3 4 and 4 4 Brown Hollands
Linen Dawlas and Duck
Brown and white Linen Drills
Pongee Hdkfs
Cotton, Hosie.'y, &c. &c.'
ia7 REYBURN & VANDERVOORT, 10 Old sli-.

Li LARET WINES-452 boxes, received i er ship Sla.
Svinia, from Bordeaux, for sale by
oAt'TB & n 9(0 20 rnoad at.


M ENI UNDER GARMENTS.-A large assort.
meant, varying in quality and size, of Shirts and
nrawse of almost every description, suitable for the pre-
sent and -oming season. Also, Hose and Half Hoe, of
all the aifferentit fabrics and sizes. Gloves, Hdkfs, Cra.
vats, Suspenders, Prussian Dressing Robes, kc, with a
large assortment of Hosiery and& Under Garments for
Females For sale wholesale or retail at the old Hosiery
Store, 14 Maiden Laine, by.-,I
Ladies -The subscriber owing to the termination of
his present business engagements vnd tre expiration of
his limited partnership on the firstof September next, offers
at very low prices his present well selected and seasonable
stock of French Fancy Dry Gocds ; among which- will be
found an entire assortment of all the newest descriptions
of Silk Goods, Shawls,Emroideries, Mousseline deLainees,
Laces, SDring Calicoes and Muslins, &c.
J S FOUNTAIN, 231 Broadway,
je3 tf1 (Adjoining the American Hotel.)
SUGHES & GWYNET. 254 Bi oadway. offer fer sale
1 at reduced prices, the following seasonable goods,
viz: Paris Muslins and Jaconets, 4s to 6as
Mousseline de Laines, 4s to Ss
Chalies, of superior fabric and beautiful tex-
ture, 6s 'to 12s ; Vrench Ca!'icoes and
printed Lawns, 2s 6d to 4s 6d.;
Silks, silk muslins, satins, bombazines, cashmeres, silk
and net shawls, scarfs, gloves, belts and hosiery ; para.
sols, made of the bcst plain, flg'd and striped Poult de
Soies, in a substantial and fashionable style, expressly for
the city trade, at $2 50 each ; French shades, embroidr-
ies, laces, &c. ; together with a general assortment of
other French fancy dry godds, at equally low prices.
m30 31
ILARKE & COMPANY, No. 337 Broadway, have
I just opened-
One case Jaconet Muslins, new styles
Do rich printed Muslins, mode grounds
Do Mousselain de Laine, small figures
A few damask figured Silk Shawls
A large assortment of French Prints, chintz figures and
w which are offered on very reasonable terms. my29
I EAD COLORED LAWNS-This day received by
L myS0 CLARKE & COMPAN Y, 337 Broadway.
NATIN STRIPED SILKS-Light, mode, and dark
*"colors, opened this day.
my3O CLARKE & COMPANY, 837 Broadway.
Shas this day received a laree assortment of Table
and Piano Covers: among which are 7 and 8 4 Embossed
Cloth Table and Piano Covers, 67 and 8 4 French printed
Cl-th Table and Piano Covers, 5 6,7 8 and 10 4 Worsted
Tabld and Piano Covers, of all colors. Also, alLeizes and
colors of Cloth Table and Piano Covers.
mnyls8 J.S. FLEET, 10 Maiden Lane.
g LARKE & COMPANY, No. 337 Broadway, have
S now on hard and offer to the ladies of this city, fae
miles from the country and country merchants, a desir.
able assortment of new Spring and Summer Fancy Goods-
consisting of-
Rich Chene Silks
Do satin striped Pekin do
Do do do :,nd figured Pou de Sols
Do do do do Gro de Nap
Do colored striped and figured do
Do plain and figured changeable
Plain Gro de Afriques
Do Gro de Suisse
Do Armures
Italian Lustring
Poult de Sole and Satins
Broche Shawls,6 4, all wool
French Cashmere do
Embroidered and printed Thibet do
Embroidered Mousseline de Laine do
A splendid assortment ofPlain, damask, figured and
Embroidered Silk Shawls and Mantillas
Rich plain and embroidered Fillet Shawls
Do Mode do
Glaces Silk Squares,wkb fringes
A large assortment ot Paris Lawns
Jaconets, French Prints, Challys
Mousselaine de Laine, Brussels and Thread Laces
Ribbons, Gloves, Hosiery, Scarlis, Fancy Hdkfs,
Bags, &c.
A handsome assortment of Paris Embroidery of the new.
eat style. ap23 1m
A LEX. T. STEWART & CO. have just received,
and offer for s)ale at their ware rooms, 257 Broad.
Foulard'Silk, superior quality and new patterns
Gross Odier Camnibrics, of the latest styles
Do Jaconets do do do
Embroidered Silk and Muslin Robes
Do do do Mantillas
A handsome assortment of Silk, Muslin and Valencines
Fancy Silk Bams
New style Embro;deriex,
Together %ith a general assortment of Fancy and Staple
Silk Goods; to which they invite the attention of purcha
sers. my9

RATE PRICES.-To .trargers-Strangers visiting
the city will find at FOUNTAIN'S Fancy Dry Goods
Store, (No 281 Broadway, adjoining the American Hotel,)
an entire and complete assortment of all the various styles
and descriptions of hew French Dry Goods, suited to the
season at such prices as will-be satisfactory. Among which
are the following:
SILKS-Rich changeable or Glace
Rich striped and figured do
Chines;t foulard, plain and glace
Gros D'Afriques, plain and changeable
Gros de Indes do do
Poult de Soles do do
Gros de Naples do (1do
Itich light Silks, figured and plain, for evening
Rich white do do do for weddings
Blue and jet black, of all the above styles
Poplins, plain and figured, &c.
SHAWLS-Diaphanous, Net, Glace Silk, plain and
Mantillas, Paris Gausa, Mousel'ne de Laine, Cash-
mere, Thibet Wool and Fancy Hdlkfs, of the above de
EM BROIDERIES-Paris work, of the latest fashions,
Capes. Canezous, Chemnizeites, Collars, Capes, &c.
LACEiS-Mechlin, Enlnih and French thread, Lielle,
Blonde, Bobbinet, &c. Edgings, of all descriptions
THIN MUSLINS-Justopened, several cases of Paris
Muslins, new designs.
#The above, with his general assortment of Goods, have
been selected with great care, expressly for his city trade,
and will be found to be of the finest fabrics and manufac-
ture. my20
CO. invite the attention of the Ladies to their assort.
meant of Cashmere Shawls: among which are-
1 black filled square Shawl, $100
1 green do do do 100
I white do do do 200
I scarlet do do do 200
1 do do do do 250
I dlo do long do 150
1 white do do 150
l do do do 200
I do do do 250
2 do do do 30
2 rich (1o do do 350
1 do do do do 400
1 do do do do 500
my27 257 Broadway.

I SCIENCE AND ART. is published every month
by E. LITTELL & CO. 279 Chesnut street, Phfi 0le!phia,
at Six Dollars a year, payable in advance. Distant sub.
scribers are requested to remit a $5 note on account.
With the year 1839 begins the Seventh Volume of a
New Series, complete sets oft which can be furnished at
Two Dollars a volume in numbers, or 1'wo Dollars arid a
Half bound. The New series is begun becausee we are no
longer able to supply orders for complete sets of the old.
1 Poetical Works of Robert 'qouthey, Edinburgh Re.
2 Railroads, Quarterly Review
3 Despatches of La Mothe Fenelon, Foreign Quarterly
4 Earlier Enrglish Moral Songs and Poems, Black.
wo d's Magazine
Diary of.a Dutch Diplomatist in London, Monthly
6 Poetry-The My)tle; Oaks of Englaind; Lament of
the Cher kee ; Kate ; Sonnets by Washington
Brown ; To the Planet Venus, Amaranth, Black-
wood's Magazine, Bentley's Magazine
7 German Manufaciures and English 00 Laws,
Monthly chronicle
8 English Poets, vol 1. Examiner

HOUSE WANTZD--AAtWO. story genteel
House for a sentall family, tienanted in a genteel
|11 part of, the city- if up town, a br near an omni.
-J- bus line. The rent mustfla l.w, but will be paid
promptly, and the best care will be Jatken of the house.
Those having such a house will state the rent and situation
directed, 1315 upper post office. m h7
S FOR SALE OR TO LE4S, No 55i Broad-
way-The highly finished (1odern three story
uE brick House and Lot, 28 feet tnt and rear, by
W-200 feet drep, with two story ,ck stable on the
rear (on Crosby street.) The house as built hy days'
work, of the best materials, and is refete with all the re-
cent improvements, and convenience. A large amount
of the purchase money may remalilrn bond and mort.
gage for a term of 'year. For furtlnv particulars, &c,
apply to Mr N. JARVIS, No 153 MI btery street, or at
the sales room of the subscribers. :. I
WILKINS, ROLLINS &,!P. Auctioneets,
myS dtf 17 Broad st.
STO LET-The upper paD o1 an elegant two
story dwelling house, a shui distance above Ca-
nai l street, to a small family One without child.
l ran would b preferred. Fo Urthsr NM:ulsrs
apply, with unexceptionable referee to
mylltr L. $HER 142 Fulion at.
SThe Mansion of the late chancellor Sanford,
with the adjaceiat eru ds, t Flushine, Long
Island, will shortly be off oyd br sale. The
house, built of brick an, tble, is not sur-
passed by any private residence the country, in
point of extent arid convenience, and the durability ar,d
bea ity of its structure. It can nonOP thoroughly exa-
mined by persons d iroue to purchi ,
The woods adjinin_ the niarsio (may be easily con-
verted into a salacius park. The s alieon is, in all ie.
aspects, eligible, being in a healthy I rion-within eesht
miles Irum the city-the site elev and with a con -
manding prospect, and the ne;gh ood embellished
with delightful country seats, In the heat slate orcul.
As it is presumed that the premi will be examined
by persons desirous to purchase, no riher desci ipion of
the property is deemed nee.issarv. n-y22 if

TO0 LT'.T Trie new thri
No 8 ilghth street, below V
is finished in the best style,
In **pieces, mahogany doors ank
the principal story, and may be occur
was finished last November and is
Apply at the office of the New Y


SFOR SALE.-Some val
City of New Brunswck, NA
of houses, stores and farms.
convenient house, arid outnlh
acres of geod land, pleasantly situst
te'n, about one mile from the Cit
Likewise a new convenient house
New Haven, Conn.
The above will be exchanged foi
For particulars inquire of

j bL her offers for sale, by privaI
Block of Ground in the 5tlti
,1-Broadway and-Mercer str
Waverley places; being the most s
dwellings,or.for a church, in the cihj
the most elevated part of Broadway;
valuable -mprovements.
It will be sold in oner parcel, or di$
7 Lots on Broadway, (embracing ti
Washington to Waverley places,)
each; 4 Lots on Washington, and 4rd
of 26 by 92 feet each
In case of a sale in separate lots,
provement will be required, and ,stipl
sances. The title is Indisputable, an
accommodating. Fof further pardc
the map, apply to I
TO BE LET.-The Caltar
1- cupied by the subscribers, c
*SlH and Briling slip, with two
,--Jl-from Water street and Burll
is large and dry.
mh5 tf E.

Stony bec K rouse,
o Fifth Avenue. It
6ith marble mantel
plated furniture in.
led immediately. It
loroughly dry and
SAmericanr, No 74


le property in the
SJersey, consisting
Also, a large and
es, with about 33
on tre River Rari.
Cf New Brunswick.
4santly situated at
property in this city.
:49t Broadway.

tY.t- Tesubacrtj
Contract, the entire
ard, bon ended, by
SWashington and
redid site fr private
i: The ground is on
rnd surrounded by
Id into 15 Lots, viz.
Whole front from
bout 24 by 96 feet
Waserley place,
nilorm style of im-
Iations against nul-
the terms will be
ars, and a view of
ovExchangr ,
. Hanovwr t.

rnder the Store oc-
,nor Of Water street
6nvenlent entrances
i stip. The cellar


S FOR SALE-il Lots t4%and, situated on
Lewis and Goerick streets, bt een Rivington and
L Stanton streets, six on Lewis' nrd five on Goericki
On Lewis street is a large w oden building, for.
merely occupied by the late Mr. Eckt ri as a mould left.
On Goerick street the land is open i a very desirable
situation for a lumber yard or buildlh lots. Apply to
dio tf DAVIS, BROOK -CO. 21 Broad st,
SFOR SALE-The neat story brick House
No 18 Bedford street, is in 'flete order, having
I111 been paired and repaired! spring. Possession
.isU -will be given on the first next.e. The greater
gage. Apply t o.
fe9 GRACIE S Cd. 20 Broad street.
Aba FOR S&LE.-The three story. Houses, now
S erecting by the subscriber, 0w 8th and 9th streets,
between the 5th and 6th Avenues, and which will
be finished on or before the 1st ol April, in the best modern
style, with mahogany doors and plated furniture, marble
mantels and grates throughout. Tbe lots, which are 2.5
feet by half the block (94 ieet 10 inches) are In fee. Apply
at5 Lafayette place, or at the Equitable Insurance Com-
pany, 46 Wall street. W. B. LAWRENCE.
Also for sale or to let, two or three small three story
Houses on Waverley Place, west ofWashington squar-.1
If and Lot No 3 University Place. The lou e is 35
1 feet tront, 3 stories high, built in the best manner,
I B5and will be teady for occupation ; bout the middle
of April. The lot is in fee. Apply to.
mh8is DAVIS, BROOKS & CO. 21 Broad st.
FOR SALE-The spacious 3 story House with
the lot in fee on the west side of the 5th Avenue,
S the first house above W Brevoort's large man-
sion. The lot is 25 by 100, with a .court yard of
15 feet, anid there is a lot adjoining the rear which cAn be
obtained if wanted for a stable. It will be sold on accom-
modating terms. Possession the first of M, ay next. Apply
fel4 1 *" 29 ,Merchanta'.Exchange,
TO LET, OR LEASE.-The five story fire
proof Store, No. 28 South William street.
Apply to CARY & CO.1
Feb. 15 No. 90 Pine street.[
FOR SALE. Real Ektate at Harlem-consisting
of 5, lots of land, situated ,on the ,7th and
i 8th Avenues, between l17th:and 119th streets.
There is by computation 70,000 loads of soil up.
on them, near which they are now levelling. These lots
will be sold as they now are, withthe buildings upon them.
Apply to DAVIS, BROOKS, &',CO. 21 Broad st.
mh8 |
TO LET-The four story Stores Nos. 132 an
134 Front, corner of Pine; street. Apply on th
!I premises to

9U OtK LEASE. Possession given immediately.
-A commodious Mansion House, with out
houses, &c, situated on the east bantik of the
Hudson river, about three quarters of a mile above
the village of Cold Spring. There are about 30
acres of ground, a good kitchen garden, and a bountiful
supply ol pure spring water. Those who wish to hire or
lease one of the most delightful residences in America,
within some 55 miles of the city of New' York, can do so
on very moderate terms, by making application of
GEORGE P. MORRIS, at the office of the
m h 30 tf N'. Y M i error, N o l Barclay s
STO LhcT-irom now till 1st May next, the
dwelling part of a three story house, situate on
the north side of Canal stre-,between Varick and
Js2JUI Hudson, the parlors cor :nunicate with folding
doors, with iron grates and mr..sdle mantels throughou
the house. Apply .to GE..RGL W. GILES, No. 17
Canal street, before 10 A. M., and afterV4 F. M. sel9 tf

TO LET-A modern built three story Hous
ft& onthe north bide of Tenthstreet, near 2d Avenue,
ISH Stuyvesant Place. The House has grates and
-- marble mantel piecesthroughout,mahogany doors,
indor cellar. &s. It isoneofarow of 10 or 12 houses of
niform front. Rent moderate.
Also, the dwelling part of aroood house on the North side
f Canal street, between Varick and Hudson street.
Apply to GEORGE W. GILES, at No. 171 Canal st.,
Before 10 A. M., and after 5 o'clock P.M. mylf tf
TO LET--Several suits of Offices, at No. 92
-! North side of Spruce, near to Nassau streets, as
a3 commodious and eligible situated as any in the
^;tu I ... ;. i di-1. -thplatMa

VOL. XXI. NO. 7313,

,r --

. OTICE.-The Principal of this Institution, .ratfu d
r the verygeneral approbation with which his plan has
en received, begs leave again to bring it to the notice of
at portion of the public who desire for thtir sons a
und, practical, and christian education.
Third Year.-The first term of the third year of
e Institute will .commence on Wednesday the firfrof
ay next, and with materially extended facilities in al-
oat every department. Essential additions have be n
ade, especially in the department of Modern Languages. i
he instruction in French particularly is thebest that could
Buildings.-The buildings for the institute are now all
)mpleted, and were erected for the purpose to which they
re devoted. They are new, spacious, andsightly; and are
eAd up on a convenience of plan, and a neatnessof style,
nichare not excede&d. They comprise accommodations
r fifty pupils, rooming in pairs-foi the Instructors-
e Principal andjthefaml ly-a-rnieralSchoolRoom-Re
tationRooms-a Reading Rot,--a Laboratory-and a
Locatton.-The location Is unsurpassed for healthiness
id beauty. It is upon an eminence In the suburbs of the
ty, securing, by its retirement and elevation, a free and
ealthy atmosphere, and commanding an extensive and
tlightful view. It is such as to render it unnecesary for
e pupils to have any connection with the city, except,
hen occasionally permitted by the principal, for social
tercourse, and purvasex ofbusiness
Gvrounde.-The Grounds connected with the establish.i
ant are ample an-j beautiful, affording full scope for-e
rettion and amusement.
Teacher..-The Institurioni carried on by the Princi
al, and assistants of character and experience in the pro.
Design.-Its deslgirls, to Impart a thorough and prac.
Cal education, upon decidedly christian principles-to
nite sound learning with pure religion.
Plan and Governmeng.-It is conducted upon the plan
Sa well regulated Christian family ; for the time, the
opted home of its members -
lTne Principal, regarding himself tn the place of a pa I
nIt encourages a frte and open intercourse between the
uptls aid himself, and endeavors, by winning upon the
fFections, and, by the presentation ofproper motives, to
reduce a faithful discharge of duty. The government is
herefore strictly parental.
ALrrangement. -In agreement with the natural const
ition of the pupil,the school is arranged In three depart
aer.ts, the Moral, the Intellectual, and the Physical
Moral Department.-TheMoral Department, which in-
olves the government, is supplied by the Principal It em
races a course of moral and religious studies, adapted to
ach pupil. To the Holy Scriptures constant references
nade, as the foundation on which alone may be built
solid and enduring character, and as the only safe and prol
er basis of Christian education. The views of scripture
ruth, and of religious duty presented, are in strict acl
ordance with the doctrines, discipline, and worship qf the
'rotestant Episcoral Church. It is the constant endear
or in this department to win over to the Savitour, a-nd
a his body-the Church-dithe first and strongest affectionr
fthe youthful heart.
Infellectuai Department.-ThelIntellectual Depart
tent embraces all the ordinary English branches neces
ary to business and commercial pursuits ; additional faf
titles for instruction in the higher departments of larn
ig, with reference to College, requirements, to Teachin,
ie Professions, and Civil Engineering; also in Vocal Muf
ic, Drawing, and the Modern Languages. It is conduct.
W by the Principal and assistants, and by such. qiters
s it is necessary trom time to time to employ.
Instruction In this department is specially directed to the
understanding. It is the endeavor here to Improve and
fngthen the thinking powers. The pupits. therefore
I taught the rationale of-whatever comes before theor;
iore attention is paid to principles than rules. Particular
egard is had to the intended future destination of the pu|
il, and his. education is directed accordingly. He may
e fitted for the Counting Room, lor Engineering, for Col
ege, for Teaching, or for the study of thfie Professions.
Physical Department.-The Physical Department ls
ended for exercise and health. It is superintended al
rays by asster, who has the, supervision and direction
ffthe pupils in all hours not taken up in the exercises of
ie school, and Instructs in agreeable and utiseful exercises,
promodve of health and happiness. *
Manners and HBabits.-Special attention Is paid to man
eri and habits. Association with the family, and wltl
ccaslonal company, is, for tleir improvement,encouraged-
t is the endeavor to prepare the pupil to move with pro:
priety and ease in every circle of society.
Requirementis.-The admission if pupils is restricted to
10 particular age. But diligent attention t. .... perform-
nace of duties, anu pioprietyof deportnmeat, are expected
y all who become members of the institution
kRecord and Reports.-A daily record of the deiclen
ies of pupils m their several classes is kept by each teach
ir, which is weekly submitted by the principal to each pu
pill; and, at the expiration of- fcur weeks, to the parents or
uardiansofeach. in the form of a report. -
Poeket Money.-Pupils have but little reasonable -,use
or pocket moneo, The are supplied by 'the principal
with all necessaries, and more than these 'serve only to
reateand nourishartifeial taste and wants,whlch have
in unfavorable bearing en futuia character.1, They will,
therefore, be allowed no money, but at the pleasure of the
principal. This rule is imperative, and, enforced, oaves ex"
iense to the parent and character to the pupil. The Purl
er takes charge of all mineys intended for the use of the
lupils, and distributes only >n an order from the principal.
No accounts will in any caso, be made for the pupils, nor
will any expenditures be incui:ed for them, further than the
amount aof money deposited for teir use.
Wardrobes.-A directress is employed to take charge of
he wardroLe who devotes herself exclusively tothat duty.
To save much trouble, every puda should have each ar
iele of his clothing distinctly marked with the initials of
his name, and possess a complete inventory of the whole.
He should also have, as his own.,property, a setof
rushes and combs, a Bible" and a Book-"of Common
t Examinations.-An examination is held every Friday
if the divisions under the several Instructors, in rotation,
mnd a general examination of all the divisions at the (lose
ifeach term. These examinations are open to the friend:
Lnd patrons of the Institution.:
Exhibitions -An exercise in composition and declama,
ion will conclude each of the semi-annual examinations.
4pparatus.-The Labaratory s furnished with appa-
ratue sufficient for the requisite illustrations in the several
departments, and to exhibit practically tke several subjects
connected with the course of study.
Terms.-The terms are $230 per annum, payable hall
yearly in advance. Requisites, such as fuel, lights wash
ig, mending, -beds, bedding, books, stationery, &c. are
urnished, and without extra charge.
.Academic Year.-The academic year embraces forty
six weeks, in two terms of twenty-three weeks each.
Vacations.-There are two vacations. At the expira-
tion of the first term, there will be a vacation of four
weeks ; at the expiration of the second, one of two weeks,
kpowp. as fall and spring vacations
Directions.- Persons desirous of placing pupils in'the
Institi-re, or ofot. sing further information relative to it,
may address tre Principal, either personally, or through
the PostOffice, or J. W. Mitchell, Esq., 634 Cedar streep
New York. Circulars may be obtained on application r
either of the above; also at the book store of Swords. Star'
ord!& Co.New York.
OFF4C-Ro :

Rev. W- F. WALKER, A. M Princ'.Vdi and Propriet
tor; Moral and Intellectual Philosophy, and Evidences of
Rev. A. T. TWING, A. M., Seperintendent.
Rev. W. H. WALTER, A. M., Mathematics. Natural
Philosophy and Rhetoric.
Rev. ALVA BENNETT, A.M.. Spanish and Italian
History, Geography, and Penmanship
J. P. EDWARDS, French Language and Literature
and Bookkeeping.
W. H. A. BISSELL, A. B., Latin and GreeklLanguagos
and Literature.
AMOS EATON, A. M., Chemistry andiCivil'Engineer-
J. C. ANDREWS, Music;
Professor EATON does not, by Ih,: arrrargement
with this Institution, cease to he Principal of the Rensae-
laer Institute, or to devote toithat Institution his supervi.
sten and direction. But the two Institutions being. very
nearly contiguous, students are conducted by a teacher, at
fixed hours, to that Institution, to receive practical instruc-
tion, with the use of anlextensive suit of instruments and
other facilities. fe20
In Monthly Parts-Nos. 1, 2 and 3, now ready.
ICTORI&L, Descriptive and Historical. By Chris.
topher Wordsworth, D D,Late Fellow of Trinity College,
and Public Orator in the University of Cambridge ; Head
Master of Harnrcw School; Member of the Archaeological
Institute of Rome. and Author of' A Journal ot a Resi.
eence in Athens aiid Attica."
23- In this Work a Topographical Description of
Greece will be th, medium lor illustrating the History,
Mythology, Antiquities,and Artof that people. The work
will be c impleted in about Twelve Monthly Parts, each

ZE. G. TUCKER, M. D., DENTIST, buccesa r
to Dr. Kimball. No. 3 Park place. Docter Tucker having
completed his Professional Studies under the able and el-
icient Instruction of Harwood k&L Tucker, of Boston; hds
loternnined upon making the city of New Yorkl-his phc.-0f
permanent residence.
To those who may wish to consult him, he now respect
ully tenders his best services.
New York, April 13, 1839.
Doctor Tucker begs leave to present the following Tes-
imonial from Dr. Kimball :
DR. H. KIMBALL having decided upon relinquishing
he practice of his profess on, and beine about to leave
New York begs leave to present to his friends his sincere
acknowledgnnts fot that confidence in his professionsalI
skill which has been manifested by the extensive and
highly respectable practce with which he has been hon.
orei bring his residei.ce in New York.
And while he is most happy to know that there are in
the city a number of gentlemen of deservedly high repu.
tatlon, and to whom he uould with the greatirtconfideqnc
refer his friends-yet he would take this opportunity tore.
conmmend to their patronage and confidence DR. I. 0;
TUCKER, who has come to thiscity at the solicitation-of
Dr. Kimball, and to whom he would refer his former pa.
tients in the belief that lie will fully sustain the high cha
racier he has elsewhere attained as an efficient and falih.
rul operator. Dr. Tucker manufactures the same kind of
Mineral Teeth which have been exclusively used by Dr.
Kimball. and which "or strength, durab lily, and close im.
station of natural teeth, are unsurpassed.
New York, April 2,1839.
Testimonial from Dociors Harwood & Tucker, of Boe.
We have perused the above recommendation of Dr. E.
G Tucker, and do most cheerfully confirm, the very
handsome testimonials of our frier.d, Dr. Kimball.
Boston. April 5,839. apl3 d6mw lawoe

and effectual remedy for the summer complaints,
viz: Uiarrhoia and Cholera Morbus ; also Flatuleent and
Spasmodic Cnolics; having been tested throughout the
State of New York anrid elsewhere, during the last twelve
years, with complete success.
'rnisis undomitedly the best Medicine now In use for the
above named diseases, and most ol'the Coughs, Lung
complaints ar.d Bowel affections Incident to our country.
The summer and autumnal Diarrhbeas (commonly known
by the term Dysenteries) that early make such dreadful
havoc among children sweepnri thousands toiheir graves
in spite olrall remedies usually prescribed, have never yet
been known to resist Its efficacy. Wienz administered in
that most distressing di- ease, the Cholera Morbus, it nev
er fails to produce the moet happy effects, If the doses be
increased In quantity and frequency according to the vio
lence of the symptoms, which ought and can always be
done with pe feet safety--and it'i anty failure should occur,
it must he owing to a criminal negligence. It speedily re.
lives Vomitings, Gnpings, Flatuilent and Spasmodic
tChol:cs. Its anodyre properties render it peculiarly ap-
plicable In Cramps. likewise restlessneos and weariness
of limbs, it is peculiaitly useful for children when teeth.
ing, as it illays rini ntati.-n, induces moderate rersplration,
avid produces sleeu, cerei suf.erior to tihe Elixir Pare.
qoi ic, the too Ifree use of which has olten Iroved injurious
by causing vitceial obetructtors, Ir fin:omaticn and fever.
This medicine is discovered to te a ceriai. and effectual
remedy for the intestinal disepsres produced 1'y the drinking
of the waters of tie rivers inthe soruthernard southwestern
Stares, which renders itoil reaimable vaLue toihoee who
reside or travel in thosesecrone cfrtce country.
The inventor, aware that It is the late of all prepare.
Lions put up for public -use, to be indniscrlminately con.
demned by many, either fiom selfish motives, or a dediie
to discover uncommon skill without knowing anything of
their composition or medical viilues, and notwitsaLanding
however unjust such decisions, may be, or whatever weight
they may have, yet he confilently believes this meuicinie,
prepared with the greatest caution and from the best and
most suitable ingredients, wdl be ,Joul to relieve the
afflicted. He would call the attention of the publie to the
certificates accompanying each bottle, from gentlemen of
the highest respectability, among whom are several phypi.
clans and surgeons of undoubted talents and acqdite.
HAYDOCK, CORLIES & CO., 27 Liberty st,
sp20 2awd awc Wholesale Agents
In Oiie closely and beautilully printed 8vo. vol.
containing 1400 pages,
Practical, Theoretical, and Historical,
Of Commerce and Commercial Navigation.
Illustrated with Maps and Plans.
With a New and Enlarged Supplement, bringing down
the information conaitined in the work to
January, 1839
By J. R. McCULLOCH, Esq.
3j The Supplement, contalnlng excellent Maps o4the
completed and proposed Canals, Railways, &c. orf Oreal
Britain and Ireland, ad of the Brildish Posmaualons in North
America, is Sold sepal ately.
By the same Author, .
In press,ro be cpmguleme4 in one parge and. bianfitylU.-
printel octavo vuL. -
Geographical, Statistical, and Historical, of the various
Countries, Places, and principal Natural
Objects in the World.
For sale to the trade and public.
WILEY & PUTNAM, Importers,
161 Broadway, N Y. and Paternoster Row,
my30 Londe.-:

LUTION-Now ready the 'seventh volume of the
History of Europe, from the commencement of the French
Revolution to the Restoration of ttie Bourbons. By
Archibald Alison, F.R S.E.
Contents.-Rise, Present State, and History of British
India-Administration of Marquis Wellesley, and Cam.
paigns of Wellington and Lord Lake in the East-Cha.
racers of Wellesley, Wellington, vastlereagh, and Can.
ping-Campaign of Eckmuhl, Aspern, and Wagram-
Descr:ption of, and War in, Tyrol-Walcheren Expedi.
tion, and Overthrow of the Papal Power-Campaigns of
1809 and 1810 in Portugal and Spain, and Battles of Tala.
vera, Busaco, and Fuentes d'On io.
The Eighth and last Volume will be published in the
course of this year. WILEY & PUTNAM,
Importers of Foreign Books, 161 Broadway, N. Y.
Juiie 4 arl Paternoster Row, London.
1Treated in a very comprehensive manner, by K C
Von Leonhard, Counsellor of State, and Professor at the
University of Heidelberg, in Germany, with illustrative
engravings, translated by Rev J G Morris, A M, and edi.
ted by Professor F Hall, M D, formerly Professor of Ma.
thematics and Natural Philosophy in Middlebury Colleee,
Vermont; and afterwards Professor of Chemistry and Mi.
neralagy in Washington College, Hartford, Conn.
The 2d number will be published in the course of this
month. For sale by
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ik at Practical Treatise on Dental Surgery, by Chapin
A. Harris, M. D., Surgeon Dentist. I vol. Svo. This
work possesses a more practical character, especially as
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je4 S. COLMAN, 8 Astor House.
LD BOOKS.-D APPLE ION &s CO., 0 broad.
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for sale at very modera e prices; amongst the many will
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Rymer (Thos) Fomidera, &c, 17 vols, folio
f Grose's Antiquities of England and Wales, Svols, 4to
Daniel's H.istoire De France, 17 vole, 4to, Russia
Bundy's Roman History, 6 vols, folio
Churchill's Collection of Voyages, 6 vols, folio
Humphrey's on the Bible, 3 vols, folio
Picart's Religious Ceremonies, 4 vnls folio
Rapin & Tindal's History of England, 5 vole, folio
Museum Florentinum, 4,vols, folio
Bayle's General Dictionary, 5 vola, folio
Lyttleton's Works, 9 vols, 8vo
King of Russias Work, 15 vols, $vo, in French.
3D. A. & CO. continue to receive additional supplies by
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Terms $3 per annum, delivered in any part of this city
and Brooklyn, and sent by the earliest mails to all parts of
the United S:aies, by the publisher,
je4 ISRAEL POST, 88 Bowery.

D Epipham Episcopi, folio
Delyra's Biblia. 4 vols, folio
Daubeny's Guide; Do Vindication'
Dawaon's Lexicon; Dana's Sermins
Det ham's Astro. Theology
Doddridge's Family Expositor
Dibbin's Sunday Library, 6 vols.
Doddridge's Devotional Le ters
Doddridge's Sacramental Meditations.

L ACKAW ANA COA--Broken and ECn.edelje;. *
ed Lo cm.ntmers h lNew York and Brooktyii # ,
50 per ton. Also, Nut Uoaat $6-.lTfree of M s .*
Apply at tme office, at the junction 4 f East BroadWay :an-
Divison a st-reet, at 58 WUhiAnj, orn f F '.ret, Ot .
the Coal Yard; foot of Jackson street, Brooklyn d 14 -.
SAL'KAWANA COAIL lot pale by t o argo. iD '
qurre at 53 William street, corner o1 Pn1 du'l-.
jOAL.- The a ubscrlbers have ou hand Uvapotl O
^ rel, Sidney. Pictu'i, Vfginla;tn6 ULverwp.oA
Newcastle and (Cannell U~va', for iM ftate afja' B a
turers' use, for sale asthe n market mueh ir lotO'ac t1r' p ^
chasers. LAING &kRANDOLIH, WaufS' -
corner of Le Roy'aqd Greenw)c0,,
mbl9 E. Broadway and PDo.r
IACKA WANA C0M&- For sale &by the caii .i Q
-A liverable at Broola n te
Delaware and Hudson tCnal Ctirp'ray', e "
New Yorm, or to ALFRED WIt aG1T ut, "-
denc.e. Rhode Island. ,. :
IRG INIA COAL AFE&AT-Nqom laadn&tl
Elizabeth. a cargo of Vlirginia UQa, oC.f
quality fot smiths' use. For sale in lots to -S ,s v
sets, by LAINO & RANDOLPH, 2 W25%'0
and cornr of East Broadway and Gouverflertri*6t
mvi4 1. '.

Snow landing fr. m ship Henry KneeLnd, O -
Newcastle Coal, of a superior qdarity nd g 'le 8-
milv purposes, for sale kiw In lots oi suat
applying on board, loot of Jay mreet' or to ".
.LULNG &^. lAAD04^FI4.^-'
250 Washington st, and c6r o( East Broada&yoaoj
Smy30 K Gouvei
discharging fromiig Elizabeth, rldied Neo'dhK.-
Coals, 01 firstC auenqvat (r smlts and itanufacuiti
or sale in lots to suit purchasers, b ._
LAINa &a BANDOLPH, 2aV blnjt4, 4';
and coi ner of East Bmadsay lGeureadr af "t
I CI(TOU COAL AFLOAT--Now ladridf" lftot'.t_*
-4 brig barbary, a cargo oi ictou psl of taulou.
quraffty and size, f*&hfifbt-e (ha u #flbif*tki r lw ipj
low In lots to suit purchasers, by applyIng o4r a, B
of Jay street, N. R., LAING & RANDOLPH, 258 Washl~gtof t
and corner or fast Broadwa5-
myO t k Gouvtrnl'.'
J EAt;H MO4UN IAIN COAt, -'-The subsaaiberijave'
iorsale Peach M remain roa1,feeh frotnt o -
th's season, in lots to suit pmchapfsers t the markiket
LAINO & RANPOLPH1 210Washligtbrgjyi;._-
je4 ft and cor. of East Broadway and GouverIeerF: ,P:4
L HIGH COAL.-LJHIGH COAL for ea1e In kas.':
to suit purchasers, in lump, broken, and oat stze. ;
by LAIN A ft BANDO.LP12W Wriihdgion. V
je3 6t and cor. CU) m roadw.ait 4 en r,'4'
u UST COAL '00tois PeaoJr *apaiiP4
suitable for lme burnersiad bn mi ket0lsaW'"
in lets to suktatzrchan+'*,1by '- U: P- "'
LAINOGk &R O&BkWEQ~FY h gf iwtt ,.
je3 6z aiid rt". Pf A!pBAmdwY AN wreo
< EAxH MOUN'TAAIJ W4 C -) _.ch (tt.o. .,4
for alein broken luap or, ut srizer-by t he'i0
as 6lw as can be purchased In Phfadi pbhla, 'dp 'l
in Philadelphla. New York. hr eliewherie. by ,'
LAI3 & RANDOLPB,,60.W' tn "
j3 add corner of EUst Broadway q. d G.o6ernir 4.
M ISri S DGWICK't NEW piW K.-,Tts tay.pUpO..
i libed, MFARS AND '1ND, or Sel( Trainlug.y i-
the author of Red*AWod. Peor.tlch Man; Live and .ti
Live, &c. andif salo WhItesIale aid retail, by ?^' .
IlSBH UAN," .'-'
Je4 1w Gregoty Buillim _. yTlions. "
'HA3PANNE WUWI--!THa, tMl4i have.
K_) ceived per late arrlvale, and now jia g, *sv p1;"_
or choice Wines, quartand pints, Iuda nwa. -Bu.
pat upfucxauitiftuteha- Ml-kk4i. called thed I mil
11 4 0 ,J
In store, Chatesp. Margeoux, f1,4,e4 illa4
other bratBrds;pin ca#, each one aozev,
glas stopqr, e,, rselswd Niom bemsftwiprI'W
wine o .h r,>a.
wAlso, ovpcediia ino d as :.'. ".':
Orders rrofdrat leplfrcesW ifsa ft'-tf4*
W CoUeima imuentidb;8mY0,1*h#&d '*dort~~/ ^

M ALT LIQUOMS-tonhd Browrn Stout, and Scotch
Jue4 a Ase, pits and quarte, of very superior quality, for
Jane 4 .sale byj.. H ATW ", 3$81 Broadway.
,V 1 4ARBT WlNB8- 0OcaesClarets, Ohateau Mar-
aux,LS Qour, Lafette, St.Julpa, LeAvilie and others,
for sa'e'in qualities to suit puithasers,by
Junes4 Rft.,.7ATWELI, '1l'Broadway.
f R'EA POY.-I obdr iert. 6t Lquiered Teapoys, for
sale by je4 CARY & -CO: 90. Pire at.
Ut-AA-3l hds prime Porto Rico Sugar, for sale by
je4 !HOWLAND & ,SPINWALL, 55 South it.
^L' OOL- l7 bale* South American Wool, for sale by
myI8 55 South st.
7 0ORTOISE SHELL-400 Ibs, just received, for sale
Sby GOODHITE & CO. 64 South st. m22

M ATS- 2U,,00 HRu-sia, lor sale ty
m22 GOODHUE k CO04 Southst.;

J quarts and pints, bottled by Fredk Bryant and Davis
and GQo-Swayne, for sale by
mvl6 REYBURN & VAN 9ERVOORT, 10 Old slio
I vana Segars, various brands, some very superior.
100 M Principe do do do for sale
in lots to suit purchasers, by
my21 GRACIE &k CO. 20 Broad st.
RaKtASS KETTLES-10 casks German Brass Kettles,
U assorted sizes, for sale by
myW DAVIS, BROOKS & CO. 21 Broad st.
C 1HAi1 CABLES-An invoice of Chain Cables, Gilf.
' fith and Lewis' make, for sale by
my18 tf DAVIS, BROOKS & CO. 21 Broad at.
SHOICE BLACK TEA.-Souchong, Pouchong, and
Oolong, in chests, half chests, and twenty pound
boxes, of resent importations, for sale by
my23 2w GI LLESPIE & ED WARDS 73 Wall st.
D now landing per ships Poland and Lotena, from
530 baskets white Sparkling Sillery, of the above brand,
and lully equal to any previous importation. For sale to
the trade and consumers on reasonable terms, by
mylS A BININGER & CO. 141 Broadway.
SHEATHINM COPPER-l-o cases English Copper,
S assorted sizes, from 16 to 32 oz for sale by
my28 GRIN NELL, MINTURN S CO. 134 Front st
f ALLEGO FLOUR-200 bb'ls, for sale oy
my2S 134 Front st.
I RA&8 CLOTH-5 cases white Grass Cloth, for sale
X by my2t CARY & CO. 90 Pine at.
rjILEAS -200 chests Hyson, and 500 boxes do, 250do
L Hyson Skin. 400 do and 300 half chests, all of recent
importati, ns, and s( me of superior quality, for sa'eby
mylt2w CARY k CO. 90 Pine street
INAMION-5 bales, first quality, for sale by
C mysi GRACIE & CO: 20 Broad st:
OGWOOD-75 tons bright Campeachy Logwood,
S just received, for sale by
je3 HOWLAND & ASPINWALL, 55 South sat.
SUSSIA RED LEATHER-Just received a small
invoice, and foi sale at Stationers" Hall, 245 Pearl
st, by myli D, FELT & CO.
S and Satinet Taes. on hand and for sale by
T. & C, WOOD, Stationers, and Printers,
my29 1w 18 Wall street.

10 CO FF EE--The cargo of the brig 'Grand Turk,"
just landing and for. sale by
je3 3t JOHN GIHON & CO. 64 Pine at.

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reet, corner of Broad st.

THa FLORIDA WAR.-The quasi termination
which Gen. Macomb has cefected of this one-sided
contest does not seem to suit the inhabitants o.
Florida. The St. Augustine Herald, of 18;h ult.'
thus records more murders, by the Indians, and
comments upon Gen. Macomb's armistice, or ar-
."A few days since three Georgia volunteers
passing'along an old trail about nine miles from
Black Creek, were fired upon by Indian, probably
out hunting. 'An old man named Benzely was
-killed, and another man wounded. Gen. Ma-
comb' s armistice appears to be all on one side, for
this is the fourth murderthat has occurred in that
quarter, since orders, were given that the Indians
soulU not be molested.'
"Gen. Macomb's plans are probably better
known to himself, than to public rumor, for we
cannot believe that the insane project of permitting
the Indians to remain in any part of Florida is
entertained in any quarter. The settlers of the
interior, who for four years haveseen their wives
and families weekly murdered, to will shoot any In-
dians prowling about, whatever may be the terms
of treaty; and then innocent families will again be
massacreed atiIndian River to avenge injuries sus-
tained on the Withlacoochie. After one Indian
is shot (and many would be) every white .family
from Chattahoochie "to Cape Florida would be in
The account which the General himself, in his
official report to the War Department, gives of his
negotiation, is somewhat grandiose. When he
talks of "dictating the terms of peace" to the
handful of savages who have successfully defied
the whole power of the United States, and to
whoin the Commander-in-chief of the American
army was fain-after a protracted, bloody, and
ruinously expensive war-to concede terms of set-
tlement, which, at the very outset, they would
have cheerfully acceptei,-it is is difficult to refrain
from a smile at such a vain-glorious boast. But
we must let the General speak for himself. After
recapitulating the steps taken to bring the Semi-
noles to a conference, the official report thus pro-
Knowing the slowness of the Indians in per.
forming any matter of national importance, I did
not yield to the general belief that none would at.
tend my invitation, and I had the gratification to
receive a visit from a young chief of considerable
importance, accompanied by seven young active
warriors. I explained to the chief the object of my
Mission, telling him that his great father (the Pres.
ident) was sorty that there had been so much fight.
ing between his white and red children, and that
for their good he recommended to them to cease
firing on each other, and make peace. The chief
expressed himself greatly delighted with the pros-
pect of peace. I told him that if the whole nation
would retire' below Pease Creek, hostilities would
cease, and that they might remain there until fur-
ther arrangements could be made. He- again ex-
.pressed his gladness at hearing what I said, and
promised that he would take my communication
and spread it around, being persuaded that it
would be well received by all his people. In a few
days after he collected a considerable party of his
people, consistingof men, women, and children,
and paid me another visit. I repeated to him, in
Their presence, the same "talk," and they seemed
all please with it. I then made them some pre.
sent, aftex which they departed auch gsawied, for
they were alt in a most destitute condition as to
clothing and other necessaries.
On the 17th int. ,ieat. Colonel Harney, of the
2d dragoons, who had previously received my di.
rectiona to open a communication with the Indians
in the southern portion ot the penlinula, near Key
Biscayne, arrived 4rith Chitto-Tustenuggee, princi.
Spal chief of the Seminoles, who had been recently
elected by a coincilt held *-by the Seminoles and
Nihacsukies. CWiitto4"usenuggIe expressed _
great desire that tie 5iiihebd on which, ihe was
called to meet me might be speedily attended to.,-
Accordingly, on the next day a meeting was held.
composed of Chitto.Tuutenuggee, attended by 0.
che-Hadjo, a brother of Blue Snake, who came
with him to *itw.ns the proceedings at the request
4ofhe Council of the nation, and Harlock.Hadjo,
chief of the Miesukies in this section of the coun.
try. and all his band that had not been despatzhed
by him to call in the warriors who were out in de.
tached parties. "
.Alie' going through the usual ceremonies among
Indtan. of shaking hands and smoking, I explained
to the meeting who I was, and the object of my mis-
sion among them, at which they immediately evinc.
ed great satisfaction. I then dictated to them the
*',. terms of peace, which they readily accepted, mast.
ft-sting greqit joy on the occasion, and they have
since be'-n dancing and singing according to their
fashion in token of friendship and peace, in which
many ot our office. joined them, all being satisfied
of the sincerity of ihe respective parties.
The enclosed general order, announcing the re-
sult of thir conference,exhibits the terms of peace.
Under existing circumstances, I did not think it
necessary to enter into a formal written treaty-
such an instrument, with Indians, having but little
binding effect. Nor did I think it politic, at this.
time, to say any thing about their emigration. lavy-
ing that subject open to such future arrangements
as the Government may think proper to make with
them. No .restriction upon the pleasure of th

Government, in this respect has been imposed, nor
Sh-is any encouragement been given to the Indians
that they would oe permitted permanently to re-
main in Florida.
Th. re is every reason to believe that when the
. Indians remaining in Florida shall learn the pros-
perous condition of their breathren in Arkansas,
they will, at no distant period, ask to be permitted
Stojoin them.
I have the honor to be, sir, very respectfully, your
obedient servant, ALix. MACOMB,
S- Major General commanding-in-chief.
Secretary of War, Washington City.
Now, we take it, there has been no time, since the
romnmencement of hostilities, that the Seminoles
would not have acceded to the same terms; but
all discretion to treat was refused to previous coinm-
manders.- They were to compel unconditional
and immediate execution of the treaty-and were,.
especially, not to listen to any overtures that should
look to the Indians remaining in Florida.
-It is, therefore, clear, that the conditions now
stipulated, instead of being dictated by our victo-
-rious arms, are, in-fact, concessions to--or rather
Spropitiations of-an unsubdued enemy. We do
not find fault with them-but only wish they had
been more modestly announced-as we sincerely,
though-somewhat doubtingly, hope they may prove
effi.ectual for the final paeification.mof Florida.

: [From the Albany Daily Advtiertiser.J
Auss ol FEXECUTIVE PowR."-We do not
know how the "democracy" of such legitimate

fWtnei of iahe Prsidetd of the V. Stahs tVWhA the
promise of the Treasuryship In his pocket. in the
event of a failure. The result could not be doubt-
ful, especially in a section of country where rever-
ence for State Rights, and dread of the oversha,-
dewing influence of the General Governmcn', and
the tendency of our system to "consolidation" are
so much in vogue. Mr. Botts was elected by an
unusually heavy majority, and Mr. Selden goes to
Washington, his services rendered, to claim, like
a Hessian, his hire! Let the people of N-w York
pander- upon this gross "abuse of Executive

One of the most glaring and objectionable spe-
cimens nf "Executive interference with the free-
dom of Elections," that we have ever yet seen, is
to be found in the Globe of Thursday last, in which
the Attorney General of the United States appears
under his own sign manual, in propria persona, as
the writer of an electioneering paper intended for
the Tennessee market, written and sent to-a citi-
zen of that State, to be used in the political contest
now going on there, and putiished now for the be-
nefit of the party generally. This article is an
elaborate vindication of the conduct of Mr. Van
Buren during the la'e war, and a labored attempt
to prove him to have been a war democrat." If
the duties of Mr. Grundy's office, for the perform-
ance of which he receives a handsome salary, are
slight as to enable him to devote much of his
time to "interference with elections" in the States,
the compensation ought to be decreased. At any
rate, we had thought that Mr. Grundy, now that
he is ensconced in a comfortable berth, would have
borne in mind his own famous speech, in which he
said that.he "never saw an office-holder busy with
elections, that he did not think that he (the office-
holder) was more concerned about his bread and
butter than his country."-(Alexandria Gazette.)

The Albany Evening Journal gives a comparative
tabular statement of the receipts of tolls upon the
canals of this State, during April and May, 1838,
and the same months in the present year. It ap-
pears by this statement that the State has received,
as earnings of the New York State Canals for one
month and ten days, upwards of FOUR HUN-
The Journal goes on to say, that-
"This unprecedented amount of Tolls has been
collected during the six weeks which the Erie Ca-
nal has heen represented, by our State Paper, is
out of repair and its navigii >n interrupted by mis-
management! The month of May, during which
time the Albany Argus has maintained that our
Canal navigation was almost wholly interrupted,
the Tolls amounted to more than $300,000. This
season, in spite of calumniatos and incendiaries,
the canals have yielded $408,000 in FORTY DAYS.
Last season, %hen the Canal was under Regency
"management" and its navigation, according to the
Argu%, uninterrupted, the Tolls amounted to but
$341,000 in FORTY-NINE DAYS."

The Milledgeville, Geo. Journal brings out Gov.
George M. Troup as a candidate for the Presiden.
cy to be supported by the States Rights party of
that State.
The late overthrow of the Mexican Federal
Army, followed by the death of General Mexia,
will, it is supposed, enable the government of
Mexico to turn its undivided attention towards
Texas. The New Orleans papers appeared to re.
gard an invasion of Texas as highly probable.

informed by a gentleman just arrived from Ela-
vana, in whose veracity fuil confidence may be
placed, that great discontent prevailed among the
natives of the Island. They are much dissatisfied
wiih European Spaniards, who have seized upon
all employment, civil and military. There were
some apprehnsions of a revolt. Robberies., murders
and burning, of houses have re-commenced in the
city of Havana. It was feared that the Governor
General, E-pelletta, would find a difficult task in
suppressing the effervescence that was beginning to
meni'est itself in the minds of the creoles.-[Louisi.
The military display at Montreal, on Friday
week, in honotfthe young Queen's birth-day, ic
spoken of by the papers of that city as the most bril.
liant military spectacle ever witnessed in Canada.
About 4,000 of the flower of the British army, hel-
meted dragoons, hussars of the guard, royal artil-
lery and infantry, were reviewed by Sir John Col-
borne, and fired a salute in honor of the day.-
INat. Intel.J
The Philadelphia Gazette, of yesterday, co.n-
tains a very remarkable fuWfilment of a prediction
of Mr. Espy, in the announcement of a storm. On
the first of April, (a clear day in Philadelphia,) he
stated, "that at this moment a storm is raging at
the South, in about the latitude of Charleston."
Memorandum was made of the fact. By a care-
tul examination of the papers of the next fortnight,
it was seen that there was frequent mention of
marine disa-ters about the precise locality indi-
cated by Mr. Espy. This ii certainly curious, al-
though the first of April was a capital day for the
prediction, as, in the event of a failure, it would
have been only an April-fool joke. How-
ever, we shall soon know all about this interesting
subject, and we trust that Mr. Espy will not only
secure good weather during the evenings of his
lectures, but put a stop to this wretched easterly
wind at once, or we shall have no faith in him.

ICorreepondence of the Portland Argue.;
BAroox, May 31st, 1859.
I have just conversed with a gentleman from
Aroostook, who left there on Tuesday of this week.

He reports that the timber cut by those who had
permits from this State, and had been stopped in
the great boom at Fort Fairfield, amounting to
about sixteen thousand tons, had all been let loose
by the request of the owners and that such as was
cut by the trespassers still remained there. The
last, he states, is not' a large quantity, as the most
of it remains on the banks, of the river, at the
landing places, having never been put into the
water. The timely alarm given to the marauders,
in the winter, suspended operations, and much of
the timber is yet in the woods where it was hewn.

ern Argus gives some further particulars respect-
ing the destruction of the Dam at Augusta:
The freshet, to which we alluded on Saturday,
has been very destructive. The river, it seems,
has made a bend just above the Dam, washing
away its western bans, and taking a circuitous
course of eighty or ninety rods, back again into its
former channel. Besides the damage done to the
Dam, which is probably rendered useless, a large
mill, containing eight saws, nearly completed, has
been swept away-a smail two-story dwelling-
house destroyed-the large and elegant mansion
of the younger Mr. Bridge, situated ten or fifteen
rods from the river, has also been carried off; and
the house of Judge Bridge, which stood about nine-
ty rods from the Dam, has been torn down. This
latter house stood on an elevation of near 100 feet
above the level of the river, which has now a pre-

Office, No. ll Wall tr

and attended with only a moderate expense. Fifth
and Sixth streets cannot be continued across to
Broadway, as expensive buildings are erected in
Lafayette Place, which it will cost too much to
purchase and pull down ; but Seventh street is not
built upon at all in Lafayette Place, and has only
a stable on the Bowery, so that it might now be
extended to Broadway at very little more than the
expense of the land.
Towards paying part of this expense, it is pro-
posed that irt street should be closed between Broad.
way and the Bowery. Although the measures for
widening Art strt+et have passed nearly ihrough-
all the forms, a legal gentleman in the vicinity has
stated, it is not yet too late for the Corporation to
reconsider said widening if Art street was closed.
Tne sale of the land would pay a good part of
opening Seventh street. Art street goes diagonal-
ly from 7th street, on Broadway, to 8th street, on
the Bowery, and is as unnecessary as a diagonal
street would be, coming out at Bond street. Art
street, as was stated before the Committee, has not
a building lot west of the Bowery, and it seems a
pity that so much valuable ground as it occupies
should be thus thrown away.
The inhabitants of Lafayette Place have no.
thing to fear from opening Seventh .street-the
corners would be soon built upon with valuable
houses, whilst the northern, end is now very far
from being attractive in appearance; but, by
opening Seventh street and closing Art street, all
this would be removed.
Seventh street comes out by the Bowery market,
and wou'd be convenient for the inhabitants of.
Waverly Place to pass through on their way to
The writer of these suggestions has no property
to be at all affected by opening Seventh street, as
he owns no real estate but the house he lives in;
but he thinks it wou!d be a public improvement-
and the remarks are offered for the consideration
of the parties interested to present it to the Cor-

Wednesday, June 5th.
The two Boards met in Joint Ballot at 6 o'clock,
and the minutes of all the meetings of the present
Common Council were read and approved. -
After the reading of the minutes, Assistant Aid.
Graham asked to have a protest entered-upon the
journal of this meeting, which had been signed by
the Alderman and Assistant Alderman of the 1st,
the 2d, the 3d, the 5th, and the 15th Wards. By
it the gentlemen mho signed it protest against the
resolution passed at the last meeting admitting
twenty.four new fire companies into the fire de-
partment. 1st-Because such a measure was un-
necessary so far as the interests of the city were
concerned. 2d-Because it involves the city in
an expense of $100,000 without any justifiable
purpose, and by withdrawing a large number from
the performance of jury duty, throws a more oner-
ous burthen upon those who remain liable to it.-
3d-Because the majority of the Common Council
refused to refer said resolution to the appropriate
committee, but insisted on passing it immediately
upon its introduction at a meeting called together
at a late hour of the night, without giving the indi-
vidual members an opportunity of duly considering
it. 4th-Because it was understood at the time
said resolution was passed that a meeting of the
foremen and assistant foremen of the fire depart-
ment was to be held the next evening for the pur.
pose of electing a chief engineer, and the tendency
of its party passage was to introduce into the de-
partment political influences to the diminution of
its efficiency and the perversion of the objects of
its institution, introducing into it a number of men
designed to control that election. 5th-Because
that resolution invades the rights of the fire depart.
meant, and establishes a precedent by which those
rights and the interests of the department may be
subject to the caprice of an accidental political
majority in the Common Council. 6th-Because
the passage of that resolution was obtained by the
suspension of the rule requiring a ballot upon every
question on which it is asked. 7th-Because, for
the sake of stifling the voice of the minority upon
the merits of that resolution, a resort was had, for
the first time in the history of the Common Coun-
cil, to the previous question.
Upon the question of placing this protest on the
journals a very animated debate took place be-
tween Messrs. Graham, Willis and Purdy. ,The
former insisted that as long as the minority stated
the truth in point of fact and were willing to take
the responsibility of the inference they- chose to
draw from those facts the majority had no right to
enter into an argument as to the justice of those
inferences. Aid. Willis denied the truth of the
statements contained in the protest and went over
the same ground as that taken by the majority on
last Monday evening.
The discussion was ended by a motion of Aid.
Purdy to lay the protest on the table, which was
Aid Talmadge then moved that the protest
offered at the last meeting by the members of the
minority against the suspension of the rule requiring
a ballot to be taken when asked for, should be taken
up, which was carried.
Aid. Purdy then moved that the same be placed
upon the minutes, which was carried.
The returns of the Chief Engineer were read'pd
ordered on file, the resignations being accepted]ffhd
the appointments confirmed.
A communication from the Chief Engineer, stat.
ing the result of the nomination made by the Engi-
neers, Foremen and Assistant Foremen at Fire-
men's Hall on the 4th instant, was received and
laid on the table. :
William Palmer was removed from the office of
Clei k at the Alms House atBellevue, and Abraham
Van Kleeck was appointed in his place.
John T. Brinkerhoff was appointed Dock Mas-
ter in the 8 h Ward.
Herchel E. Brower, Pound Master at Hirlaem,
was removed, an&'Joseph Kilpatrick was appoint-
ed in his place.
Aid. Purdy nominated Robert Crooker as Street
Inspector in the 10h Ward.
Aid. Smith nominated William Hyatt. Robert
Crooker was appointed.
Henry Waters was appointed Assistant Captain
in the First District Watch.
Bznjimim T. Dean was appointed Assistant
Captas of the Sixj.h District Watch. _
Joseph B. Farting, Inspector of Carts, was re-"
moved, and William Godfrey was appointed in
his place.
Israel Dean, Inspector of Pressed Hay was re-
moved, and Jseph Roe, Jr., was appuinted in
his place.
Alexander J. C. Hamilton was appointed In-
spector of Baled Hay.
Ira Lores, and others, were appointed City
W sighers.
The Common Council then adjourned.

[For the .N'ew York .,merican.]
The Corporation, after hearing the parties for
and against the proposed Square, between Broad-
way and the Bowery,-having very properly de-
cided against it, on account of the great expense-
it is respectfully proposed that an application be
made to the Corporation for opening Seventh
street, from the Bowery to Broadway, which the
writer thinks would be a public accommodation,

ACT.-At the adjourned general meeting of the
Stockholders, yest-rday afternoon, the Act of Ma-
ryland granting $750,000 to the Susquehanna
Railr ,,ad Co. was .accepted-there being upwards
of 6000 votes in favor of its acceptance, and 1067
vo as against it.-[American.]
Two of the Bailiffs appointed by the City Court
of Baltimore, have been stricken from the list by
the Court, for having taken a bribe, from a gambler
who had been arrested by them.
SPECIAL VRDIcT.-Three young men were re-
cently tried in Cataraugus county for shooting and
mortally wounding a dog. The written verdict of
the Jury was--" All three guilty ; plaintiff's dam-
ages assessed at 6 pence; and each of the defen-
dants to have another shot at the dog.
RIOT CN THE AqUEDUCT.-A q'iarrel and riot
between ihe laborers employed on the sections of
Messrs. Mills & Co. and Mr. J. Appleton, two and
a half miles south of this village, took place on
Sunday n'iht, the 26th ult., in which much dam-
age was done to prop, rty, and several persons were
severely injured. We have received no very defi-
nite account of the affray, but believe the fight ori-
ginated in the religious antipathies of the Cork-
onians and Fardowns, and proceeded to such ex-
tremity, that one man named Donohue was beat-
en nearly to death, and several others severely
wounded; the office of the contractors, Mills & Co.,
was broken into and robbed of 9110, and many ar.
ticlea destroy# -one or two shantees of the labor-
ers were demoqished, or partially torn down. It s
said several gins were fired, some wounded ; but
we have not hard that any lives were lost. After
the worst of the rioters had full time to make their
escape, measures were taken to arrest the offend-
ers, and a large gang, as we have elsewhere state.
ed, were taken up to the Court sitting at Bed-
ford.-f Westchester Herald.]
The mail from Philadelphia did not reach here
.- & -2-1--Ln f r1A l

We learn that Professor Espy, of Philadelphia,
intends to deliver a Course of Lectures in this city
upon the principles of his new and singular me-
teorological theory.

dress of Mr. Adams, at the late Semi-Centennial
Anniversary of the Inauguration of General
Washingtonohas been published, under the above
title. It is now ready for subscribers, at the store
of S. Colman, and will be published on Saturday.
NIBLO'S GARDEN.--This evening, Niblo -.opens
his new Salon, and intends to make an impres-
sion upon the public by the variety of the enter-
tainments. Those astonishing athletes, the RAVELS
will exhibit their twistifications. Mr. Niblo is fa-
mous for his rage for improvements, and certainly
deserves great credit for the taste and magnificence
of his late alterations.

On Friday week, one of the boats belonging to
the Greenville Bay whaling vessel of Tyne was
manned under the direction of Capt. Taylor, and
proceeded to the Narrows, to mike experiments
with some gungshich have been constructed by
Mr. W. Greene1, for harpooning whales. The
many difficultiesthat have of late years attended
the Davis' Strails fishing has induced the spirited
proprietors of tlle vessels in that trade belonging
to the port of $ewcastle, in order to give greater
certainty to the~expediticn, to fit each vessel with
one or more gtJns for projecting the harpoon,
and securing the fi-h at a distance which it would
be entirely impTssible to accomplish by muscu-
lar. exertion. The result of the experiments on
Friday week was such as to put beyond doubt the
practicability ald utility of the plan, as the har-
poon, of upwais of 12 pounds weight, can be
projected with Fertainty a distance of 40 yards,
having a three-fluarter inch rope attached; con-
sequently a fisl may thus be secured when it
would blie impossible to strike it with the hand, or
in case of a race between the boats of different
ships, the gun-boats would stend by far the best
ch ince to secure the priz-, by reason of their be-
ing able to project the harpoon to a much greater
distance. The guns are neatly executed with
percussion locks and brass covers. Tyne Mer-
Within the last thirty years the improvements
which have been introduced into letter-press print.
ing have been immense, the advantage from which
to the public is evinced by the cheap rate at which
the works of distinguished authors may be ob.
trained, as well as by the rapidity with which pub-
lishers are enabled to send edition after edition in.
to circulation. Formerly, when the common hand-
press alone was in use, 200 or 250 impressions,
printed on one side only, were all that two men
could produce in an hour, while now by means of
a steam.engine, or Napier's hand-machine, nearly
1500 may be obtained in the same time, printed
on both sides. This improvement formed an epoch
in the history of printing,, which, it was imagined
could not be surpassed either in its rapidity, or in
the perfection of its machinery. We have, how-
ever, to announce a still greater improvement, the
advantages of which in the case of newspapers,
and works of which large numbers are to be struck
off, cannot failto be instantly appreciated. An in.
genious individual of the name of Villier, who di-
rects the movements of the mechanical press by
which this journal is printed, has produced a ma-
chine capable of yielding 100 impression in a
minute, or 5,000 in an hour and such is the sim-
plicity of his invention, that it is not exposed to
the numerous accidents of the complicated
press in present use, nor are its movements
accompanied by that stunning noise usually pro-
ceeding from machinery when put in rapid motion.
Until a patent has bien obtained by the inventor,
all that it may be prudent to say of this remarka-
ble press is, that the types, or rather stereotype
plates, (for Villier to his other discoveries has add-
ed a short-hand method of stereotyping, by means
of which u difficult operation is got over in one
hour, which formerly required twenty-flbur,) in-
stead of being laid on a horizontal table, are at-
tached to a cylinder, the revolutions of which are
performed with a quiet celerity altogether astonish-
"-Tirz _ot the Yeast important feature of this in-
vention is, that it riot only pu s an end to the great
destruction of types unavoidably springing from
thri employment of the modern accelerated presses,
but it gives forth its daily impressions, printed, as
it were, with a new character, the original types
su-taming no other wear and tear than th t prc-
ceedinm from taking the stereotype cast. We en-
tertain no doubt of this clever invention coming
shortly into general use, and heartily wish the in-
ventor all the encouragement and success he so
richly merits.-[London paper.J

The Evening Post states that Gerrit Smith, Esq.
of Petarboro, has made a donation of $10,000 to
the American Anti-Slavery Society; being part of
$100,000 which it is proposed to raise the present
In the United States there are twenty.four.
State Temperance Societies. Only two Slates yet
to be heard from.

the Library of the New York Historical Society,
which are many rate works relating to America.

I For the New York American.J
Mysterious spirit of the mine,
Whose power the human-race controls!
The tribes that bask beneath the line,
The fur-clad wanderers of the poles-
All shades, all tongues, or bond or free,
Whatever their creed, still worship thee.
Lord of the humble and the high!
In pleasure's or in peril's hour,
To thee we turn, on thee rely,
So sovereign's thy protective power.
Thy virtues more defence afford,
Than wisdom's shield or valor's sword.
Nor art thou, as a guai d aloe,
Against impending evils famed;
Far more efficient art thou known
To be in courts where honor's named-
The soldier's badge, the bishop's see,
Though merit claims, are won by thee.
Thou art theisovereign of the wise ;
For thee they burn the midnight oil-
For thee they trace the starry skies,
Or with laborious learning toil.
Inspired by thee, proud science soars,
And tme-worn knowledge opts her stores.
Thou art the idol of the weak;
Of thee possessed, they thread the crowd
With head erect, and when they speak,
'Tis with commanding voice and loud.
Thou givest e'en to meanness merit,
And arm'st with power the poor in spirit.
Thus those, t' whom partial nature gave
But twinkling lights and shallow urns,
By thee are rendered great and grave
As those in whom Minerva burns:
E'en potent genius feels thy fires,
Andcwoos the fame thy breath inspires.
Thou art the meteor of the poor,
.nd magnet of the mitred throng;
The star that guides the patriot corps,
The rainbow of the sons of song-
Thu luring form of splendid dies,
That seldom greeo the poet's eyes.
Thou art the Loco Foco's god!


Whose idol rage is worse by half
ThanItteirs who, tired of Moses' rod,
Bade Aaron build tike golden calf,
Round which they shouted, danced and sung,
Till Sinai's mount with horror rung.
Thou art the guardian of the brave,
As witnoss'd erst Moldavia's plain -
Where naught the Russian bear", could'save
from Islam's sabre, or its chain,
But thy still all-potential charm,
Which stayed the Turks uplifted arm.
Through tower-capttowns and walls of brass,
Which armies have besieged in vain,
Laden with thee, the sluggish ass
Safe winds his way. Nor can restrain
The bannsr'd hosts, with shield and spear,
Thy still all- conquering career.
Thou art the rival ef that God
Whose torch old Troy in ashes laid.
For lo, the paths by love once trod
Now groan beneath thy cavalcade.
While beauty, deaf to to vows sincere,
Lends to thy voice a willing ear.
O'er time, o'erjdeath, thy spirit flings
Its purple pall, and soothes the pain
That age begets, or sorrow brings-
The splendid dower and wide domain
Give to the Widow's tears relief,
And touch with jey the Orphan's grief.

which took effect, One ball itered halh oli,
and another wounded him in the side, nelthet of
which it was thought would prove mortal. We
know not whether kinney was apprehended.-
JGalena Gazette, May 15th.J
Cua E ER RHLUMATISM.-D solve half an ounce
ofsaltpetre in a pint ofbrandy. It is said bythese
who have tried the experiment, to be the most ex-
cellent antidote for that painful complaint.
GREAT SALE OF BOOKS--Gentlemen wishing
to furnish their Libraries with Standard English
Books, are referred to the advertisement of Bangs, Rich-
ards & Platt, of 196 Broadway, who will sell this after-
noon, at 4 o'clock, one of the finest collections of Histori-
cal works that has been offered In some time. The col-
lection embraces, also, the Private Library of the late
James T. Watson, and also the duplicate.volumes from

Nor Is thy power to earth confined, r WARNOCK would respectfully inform his cue.
Beyond life's bourne its reach extends, towers that he is now prepared to furnish his light and
Nor death, nor hell itself, can bind beautiful Pearl Hat. The approbation with which it was
Its victim, if the Pope but Jends received last summer, wairants him in introducing them
To thee his ear. For thee, well cramm'di, the coming season. The article now offered is ofdecidediy
His holiness lets loose the damn'd superior manufacture. WARNOCK,
XIV. ml7 tf Hat Establishment. 170 Broadway
Ambition bends before thy shrine, FIREMEN & CITIZENS OF NEW YORK
And regal pride invokes thypowersTAKE NOTICE.
An regal pride invokes thy.powers 3- The Firemen and Citizens of New York, without
Philosophy, though half divine, distinction of party, who are opposed to the pi oceedlngs of
Before thee asti'l ignobly cowers; the Common Council at their meeting on Monday evening.
The MUSi, immortal, towering, free, 3d of June, in i egard to the manufacture of 48 votes for the
express purp as of voting for Chief Engineer, and all in
Alone disdains to stoop to thee favor of preserving the Fire Department from excitements
injurious to its interests, are requested to attend a public
MARR n meeting to be held at National Hall,in Canal street, near
MARRIED: Broadway, on Monday evening, the 10th of June, at 8
On Wednesday, 5th inst., by the R-. Rev. B.T. o'clock.
On Jerdonk, D. D., J Rensen Onderdonk, to Sarah, By order of the Committee,
daughter ot the late Israel E. Trask, Esq, of CARLISLE NORWOOD, Secretary. je8
Sprin. field, Mass
P POOL.-Consignees by this vessel are notified that
DIED; she Is now discharging under a pLblic store order. je6
Suddenly, on the 5th instant, at his residence, EUFURES ON THE LAW OF STORMS-PRO.
in Brooklyn, Johen Wright, Jr., of the firm. of o FESSORJ. P. ESPY, of PhNladelphia.-A Course
in Brooklyn, hn W ght, r., o the firm of of Three Lectures on the cause of the furmat'on of clouds
Wright, Skillin & Co., of this city, in the 49th and storms, at Clinton Hall, on Saturday, the 8t inst.,
year of his age. His friends, und thuse of his son- and on Monday|anil Wednesday next, at 8 P. M. .
in-law, Dr. Ostrander, are invited to attend his During thecourse, am(ng other things,will be explained
the means of ascertaining tie height of the base of form.
funeral, to morrow afternoon, at 4 o'clock, from Ing clouds by the thermometer. Itules will be laid down
his late residence, No. 60 Pierpont street, and explained, how any careful observer may know at any
Last evening, William C., son of Henry and time in what direction a great storm is raging, when it
Mary Dougherty, aged 6 years. The friends and is yet several hundred miles distant ; and many reasons
ary Dougerty, aged 6 years. The friends and andfacts will be adduced, going to show that rain may
acquaintances of the family are respectfully invited probably be produced artifici,.lly, in time of drought.
to attend the funeral tomorrow afternoon at-five Price of admission to a single lecture, fifty cents-one
o'clock, from No. 56 Pike street, without further dollar admitting a gentleman and two ladies, je6 6tis
notice. N OTICE.-AI1 persons having claims against ED-
At rannonthe 3k June, Capt. John Lamb ar WARD R. JONES, late of this city, deceased,
At Quarantine, on the June, Capt. John Lamb are hereby notified to present the same f,r settlement to
Perry, master of the brig Smyrna, of Philadelphia, the subscriber, at his residence, No. 738 Broadway, on or
formerly of Providence, from which port Capt. before the tenth day of December next; and those in.
Perry has sailed a number of years as ship mas- debted are requested to make payment forthwith at the
same place.
ter. Dated New York, June 6th. 1839.
A#Mobile,, Ala., on the 23d May last, 4nn je6 law6m ISA&C JONES, Fxecutor.
Eliza, wife of Elliott Robbins, and daughter of HE JUBILEE OF THE CONSTITUTION, uy
the late Richard Smith, of Smithtown, L. .T JOHN QUINCY ADAMS, will be published on
At Port-au Prince, Hayti, in February last, Saturday next by
Prince Saunders, Esq., Attorney General for the Jefi s COLMAN, 8 Astor House.
Government of Hayti. Mr. Saunders was one of 7l HE JUBILEE OF THE CONSTITUTION; a
th government oatd e.lrd men er. S rsaras in this i-course, delivered at the tequestof theNew York
the best educantedr coloredr me~n crf reared in this Mi-.tnr:-.. iat o nta-;-.?-wn~ ._.1-nrrn <-T.. iw- -T. s--

Reported by S.J. Sylvester, Bullion, Stock and Exchange
Broker, 22 Wall street, and 130 Broadway.
75 shares Banik of Commerce..............101
60 do do.............. 101 -s 30ds
50 Delaware and Hudson........... 73
50 do do............ 73 -s 60
50 do do"............. 7
100 do do.............. 73-nw
200 do do .............. 73j-s 3
50- do do.............. 73-b 3
50- do do ...... .. 734-30jds
100 do do .............. 73--b 15
25 do do ............. 73--s 60
50 do do ............. 731-s 15
50 Kentucky Bank 9-..............89-b 60
2j do do............... 881
10 do do ............. 881
50 do do...........89 --O 30 ds
5) do do.............. 89
10 do(10 do ............. 895
50 Ohio Life &L Trust............. 1031
20 do do..............1031
20 Mechanics' Bank............. 1051
50 do do ..............105
50 Phenix Bank.....................106J
20 N. A. Trust Co ................. 0
15 do do .............. 80
50 Vicksburg BanK................ 531
25 d do ............ 54
10 Bank of America ................125
50-*' Dry Dock iBank ................102
50 do do ..............1021
20 State Bank......................1081
20 Canton Co ...................... 41
75 do do.............. 411
25 do do ............. 42-b 30
'10 do do.............. 411 1
2 do do............. 42-b 20
|50 Paterson.Railroad............... 64
so50 do do .............. 6S3
50 o0 do...............63
25 do do.............. 64 -ba0ds
50 (to do ............. 63j-c
50 New Jersey Railroad............ 99 -as 4mo
90 do do ............ 991-c
50 Harlem Railroad ................ 631
100 do do ........... 54-s 30
100 do do .......... 54-c
50 do do .............. 54j-nw
100 do doj]............. 544-s 60ds
200 do do ............ 55 -60
25 Mohawk Railroad................ 63
35 do do ..............63 -sa 30
25 Boston and Providence Railroad... 1056
15 do do ..............105
32 Stonineton Railroad............32
35 do do..............321
20 do do ............ 32
60 do do............. 82--s30
25 do do............... 33-b 30
40 dc do ............. 33
20 Utica & schenectady R. R........123
10 Eagle Ins .....................105
25 Manhattan Bank................106
20 UnitrdStates Bank............... 107
10 Howard Fire Insurance..........113
50 E.R. Insurance................100j
20 do do ...............101l
20 17th Ward Insurance........... SO
25 Manhattan Gas................. 82

At market-345 Cattle, including stores, 36 yoke
Working Oxen, 41 Cows and Calves, 225 Sheep, 18
Beef Cattle-There was a decline from last week's
prices. Several cattle lelt unsold. We quote first quali-.
ty from $8,75 a 9, second qualty $8 a 8,50; third quality,
$7,&0 a 8.
Working Oxen-Sales slow. We notice but a few yoke
sold at $95,110, 12S, and 13.5.
Cows and Calves- Continue dull. We notice sales at
$28, 35, 38, 40, 4-4, and 50. A very handsome Cow fiom
John Tidd's tarm at Lexington, sold for $75.
Sheep -Sold at $3, 3,50 and 4.
Swine- At retail, from 8 to 12. One lot sold to close a
very large one, 71 a 8S -[Yankee Farmer.]

S JOHN GRAY, recently appointed Flour Inspector,
informs the public that his offices are atthe corner (if South
and Broad street, No. Front street, and No. Dey st.,
where he or his deputies are constantly in attendance to
perform the duties of his office. Having understood that
Christopher P. Tappan, the late In!pcctor, assumes to
perform the duties of Flour Inspector, Mr. Gray cautions
all persons interested, against having their flour inspected
by any other person than himself, or one of his legally ap-
pointed deputies, as the penalty of the law will be en.
forced in all cases where flour liable to inspection ia not so
'1 he following is a copy of Mr Gray's commission, now
on file in the County Clerk's Office;-
The People of the State of New York, by the Grace of
God, fiee and independent, To whom those Presentsehall
come, Greeting. Know ye, that we have nominated, con-
stituted and appointed. aid by these presents do nominate
constitute and appoint JOHN GRAY, of the City of New
York, Inspector of flour and meal for the City and County
of New York, in the place of Christop!-er P Tappan,
whose term of office has expired during the receE2 of the
Senate, hereby giving and granting unto him all and sin.
gular, the powers and authorities to the said office by law
belonging and appertaining ; to have and to hold the said
office, together with the fees, profits, ,and advantages to
the same belonging ; 'or and during the term limited by
the constitution and laws of our said State. In testimony
whereof, we have caused these our letters patent to be
made patent, and the great seal of our said State ro be
hereunto amixed. Witness, WM. H. SEWARD,
Govern General and Commnnroder-in-Chief of all the
Militia, W'd Admiral of the Navy of our said Sate, at our
Ctitv of Albany, the twenty-third day of May, in the
year of our lord oge thousand eight hundred and
thirtv.nine, and in the sixty-third year of our inde.
petdence. WILLIAM H. SEWARD.
Passed the Secretary's Office the 23d day of May, 1839.
Je6 Itos JOHN C SPENCER, Secretary.
Dj TO LET.-A modern built three story brick House
in Eighth street, between the Fifth Avenue and Macdougall
street, finished in the best style, and ready for immediate
occupancy. Apply at the office of this paper. ap25
jj FOR SALE-The Dwelling House, No. 38 BOnd
street, with the lot in the rear, on Great Jones street, now
occupied by the subsc'iber-being 27 feet in front on each
street, and 200 feet deep.
Persons wishing to view and purchase the premises will
please apply in the first instance to Mr. J. GREEN
PEARSON, No. ,7 Mterchants' Exchange, Hanover st
The premises are in good order, and possession may be
had immediately.

tne 24ih ut, will be repeated on Friday evening, June 7th,
with some slight changes. A popular anthem will be ad.
dad, and some additional ligh pieces will also be pro-
There will take part in this performance, it is expected,
One Thousand Vocal Performers, assisted by a powerful
and efficient Orchestra, including many of thire first talent
in the profession, vli:-- C Hill, J L Downe, Cassolania,
R Mun on, Jr, S P Taylor, Dodsworth, J C Andrews, of
Troy, &c.
Vocal Leaders-Mr George Andrews, Mr S B Pond, Mr
C Holt. Jr, .
Leader of the Orchestra-Professor U C Hill.
Piano Forte-Mr ieharfenbeig.
I Overture..................................Handel
2 Te Deum-'We Praise thee, 0 God'......W Jackson
3 Invitation-'The Spirit and the Bride say
e.me.......................................E Collier
4 Tune-Orville............................E Ies., Jr
5. do Park Place.........................s B Pond
6 do Harbourg.......................... Slarudsole
7 Anthem-'O Praise the Lord'..................Handel
8 Solo-'Look aloft'-by Mr Church-corn.
posed by himself-words by Mrs Sigour.
ney, arranged by U C Hill.... ...........----.

9 Hymn-'salvatlon 0 the joyful sound'.......L Mason
10 Anthem-'.Denmnark.-(arranged by Zeu.
nor).....................................Dr. Madan
1 Old Hundred................................ German
2 Quinteite-' When winds breathe soft'-
(with piano accompaniment)..................Webb
3 Anthem-'Praise ye the Lord'............... Pergoleai
4 Duett and Chorus- There is an Hour'...... Hastings
5 Solo-Mr W H Oakley-(by reqiest)-
'Sound the Trumpet in Jurusalem,'- with
Trumpet accompaniment............. ...Himmel
6 Verse-Yes, we trust the (lay ts breaking
&c.......................................... Zeuner
7 Sanctus and Hosanna...................
8 Solo-Mr Holt--' In native worth'-from
Oratorio of the Creation..................... aryda
P Thanksgiving-(A full Anthem)............Hatings
10 Anthem--'O Praise God in his Holiness....L Mason
11 Grand Hallelujah Chorus.................. Handel
The price of tickets is fixed at one dollar each, and will
admit a gentleman' and lady-for iPale by E CoIlieieW Co.
148 Nassau st; GouldNewman & Sexton, comrur fFPul
ton and Nassau sst; Firth & Hall, L Franklin eqoa At
will, 201 Broadway; Cooledge & Lambert, 67 Wayftreet,
Endlcot, 359 Broadway.
Ar""-fin Subseilhers' t~irb>Ata will nj thin ne#l*Sa n nkjKS.mjt*

High Watei ttnis evening, 3h 58m
This Mornin&g-French ship Valiant, Breoyeuir, for
Point Petre, Guadaloupe,E. Grousaet; brigs Excel, Sher.
wood, Savannah; William, Blaney, Pictou,J. Fetters S
Co.; (Br.) Stranger. Stuchbury, St. Johns, N.B., G B.
Morewood & Co.; Two Sisters, Haynes, Pictou, Nesmith
& Leeds.
Last Evening-Ships St. Lawrence, Brown, for Li.
verpool, Howland & Asplhwall; Cotton Planter, Doane,
Pictou, N.S., E. D. Hurlbut & Co.; Saratoga, Hathaway.
New Orleans, E K. Collins; bark Aiicii, (Br.) Pidgeon,
Miramichi, Hicks & Co.; brigs Planter, Smith, 'Charles.
ton; Balbic.'Cutting, Bath, Me., Richardson & Co.; schr.
Eagle, Shelly, York River, Va.
Br ship' Brunswick, Porter, 36 ds from.Hull, with mdze
to F E Liff.tin and others. May 14th, lat 49 43, long31,
spoke ship Tam O'$hanter for Liverpool; May 30th, lat
419, Ion 64 10, spoke brig Star, of Halifax for Jamaica;
2d inst, lat 40 17, Ion 66, spoke Br bark Mary "White, of
Bristol, hence.
BELOW-Ship Roscius, Collns, from Liverpool, 15th
May, with mdz to E K Collins & Co
Ship Henry Brown, fm Rio Janeiro, with coffee to Davis
& Brooks
Ship Floridian, from Mobile, with cotton
Ship Auburn, Durfey, from New Orleans, with cotton to
.Johnson & Lowden.
Also, 3 ships, I barque, S brigs, and 2 schrs.
Wind N W.
SAILED-Ships Rochester, Woodhouse, Llverpool'
Georgiana, Parsons, do; Hagartb,. Crocker, Piecoo; John
Cuming, Thayer, Savannah, St Lawrence, Brown, ldUv%
erpool; and others.
Brig Chieftain, Crocker, from &S. John's, N.B., and 5
days from Eastport, within plaster,.&c. to Brown kt Potter.
67 pasteengers.
Schr Crusader, Reed, 4 days from Portland, with 71
tons of plaster, bound to Philadelphla.
Schooner Suterior, Baiton, 4 days from Machias, with
lumber, to I. F. Snow.
Schr Trio, Nickerson, 3 days from Boston, withindse,
to E. & J. Herricr.
Schr Splendid, Patterson, 3 days from Boston, with
mdze, to E. Lewis.
Schr Berry, Sears, from Norfolk, bound to Boston.
Sloop New York, Parker, 2 days from Providence,
with mdze. I
The Pilot boat John E. Davidson, on the 5th instant
off the south end of the Woodlands, bearing ESE. distant
15 miles, fell in with the achr Two Sisters,of and for Cape
May, bound to Fdll River, leaky. Took from her the
Captain and two boys, who abandoned her. They then
took her in tow, ar.d succeeded in bringing her to the city*
She had been blown down to the leeward by the north.
easterly winds which have blown for several days.
BOSTON, June 4-Arrived, Br. brig Teesdale, Ster.
ling, from Bristol, Enrig, Aril 28; batiques Emma Isidore,
Fletcher, Smyrna, April 12th;Tiberius, Sears, Liverpool,
May 4th; bri,'s Frederick, Hoegeman, Gottenburg, 2d ult;
Maryland, Stevens, Havana, 23d ult.; Mentor, Mayo, Sa.
vaniabh; schrs Stranger, Bearse, Albany; Talent, Bates,
do; Republic, Herriuian, do; Grecian, Chase, New York;
Sally Hope, Baker, do; Adventurer, Stoddard, do; Sarah
Miller, Greenlaw, do; Peqot, Baker,| do; sloop Empress,
Lewis, Albany.
Cleared, brigs Thoosa, Powers, for Port au J'ince;
Premium, A Elwell, Wilmington, N.C.; J. Coben, Jr,
Moore, NYork; schrs Litchfield, H. P. Lunt. St. Thomas
and a market; Wankinco, Nickerson, New York.
NEWARK, June 4-Arrived, ship John Wells, Rus.
sell, from New York, to fit for a whaling voyage te New
PROVIDENCE, June 3-Arrived, schooner Mozart,
Thayer, from Pictou; Angeline, Joline, and Charles M.
Thompson, Linn.ore, Philadelphia.
FALL RIVER, June 1-Sailed, brig Annawon, Sand.
ford, for Wilmington.
NEW BEDFORD, Juno 3-Sailed,'ship John Adams,
Baker, for New Zealand.
EDGARTOWN, June l-Arrived, brig Maryland, fm
Havana, for Boston.
PORTSMOUTH, June 1-Arrived, brig Chatham,
Vesper, from Richmond
June 3-Cleared, brig Constantia, Patten, for Havana.
PHILADELPHIA, June 5-Arr. bilge Joshua Sears,
Pease, ftom Halifax, via NYor,; Acorn, Howes, Boston;
Granite, Eldridge. do; William M. Rogers, Taylor, do;
schrs Butler, (of Bath,) Eaton. Naguaha; Gen. Warren,
Baker, Boston; Thetis, Salem.
Below, brig Wm. M. Rogers, from Boston; schr Bulter,
Porto Rico.
Cleared, brigs Arethusa, Dennett, for Boston; Ajax,
Fuller, NYork; barge Shark, Stevenson, do.
BALTIMORE, June 4-Arrived, Bremen Packet, from
Bremen; Chatham, Taylor, Boston; schre Elvira, Hardy,
Ponce; Barbara, Squires, and Gen Cobb, Cobb, NYork;
Amy W. Leeds, Leeds, Albany; brig Columbia, Cooper,
Laguayra, via Porto Cabello; ship Elysses. Gait, Am-
sterdam; schr Intrepid, Camp, NYork; Emperor, Shores,
Taunton -Cleared, schr Thomas Dail, Griffiths, NYork.
ALEXANDRIA, June 3--Arrived, 'brig Hartley, Rice,
from Barbadoes; schr Alexandria, Brititon, New ork.
Sailed, schts Sarah Miller, Smith,I and Richard, Baker,
New York.
IORFOLK, June 1-Arrived, schr Nile, Bell, fm Rich.-,
mnond, lor Bosion.-1Cleared, brig Nairiri alnard, for1
Portland. 4 1 :
EDENTON, N.C. May 28-Sailed, schrs XalodA forJ
NYork; South Boston, do. -.
CHARLESTON, June 1-Arrived, sb'p Graftoa, Smith,.
from New Yo k -Cieared, ships Glasgow, Little, for Li" "
verpool; Minerva, Wadsworth, London; Martha Wash. I
i',gt'n,. Stevens, and Sarah Parker, Davis, Liverplol; \;
barque Acadian, Auld, Greenock.
SAVANNAH, May 31-Sailed, barque Gazelle, Mer.
ry, far Liverpool.
APALACHICOLA, May 25-Cleared, brig Susquehan-
nah, Holmes, for New York.
ST. JOSEPHS, May IS-Arrived, Br barque Marahoo,
Fitchett, from Bristol.
MOBILE, May 30-Cleared, schrs Atlantic, Pierson, for
Newport, R.I.; elect, Post, Saybrook.
NEW ORLEANS, May 29-Arrived, ship Charles,
Brewster, from Havre, April l1th; brigs Kenhawa, Tobas-
co; Borodino, Boston, 23. :
Cleared, ships&t. Louis, King, for Boston; Cincinnati,
Barstow. NYork; barque Chief, Hasey, do; schooner Peru,
Allen, Newburyport."

MUSIC-REPEATED.-Agreeably to notice, the
Union Perfolmance given at the Broadway Tabernacle on

HIS EVENING, Jaulie 6th, will be performed the
thePlayof THE LADY OF LYONS-Claude Melnotte,
Mr Balls; Beauseant,.Richings; Paulene, Miss Tree.
After which, a Pas de Deux by Master and Miss Wells.
S To conclude wi-h the Farce of THE YOUTHFUL
QUEEN-Steinberg, Mr Balls, Count D'Oxensteirn, -Mr
Ctippindale; Christine, Miss Tree.
In consequence of Miss Tree's very limited engage-
ment, no performance can be repeated, 1but is positively
r that night only.
Doors pen at7.'clock-Performance commenced ai7T
Ticket. -Boxes.$1, Pit, 50ocents.Gallery, 25 cents.
S Corner of Leonard and Church str, eta. "
THIS EVENING, June 6:h, will' be performed
'he Opera of LA GAZZA LADRA-Albert, Mr Wilsun;
Manville, Seguin; Lenoir, Morley;'Marcel, Horncastle;
Felix, Mrs Bailey; Annette, Miss Shirrefl.
To conclude with the Farce of THE ORIGINAL- Col
SDetonator, Mr Lambert; Sir Jacob Lukewarm, Blakely;
Emily Lukewarm, Mrs Rogers. -
Tomorrow, the cel rated vccalists;will appear.
Doors open at 7 o'clock-Petrzormance commences at 7j.
Boxes, $1-Pit, 5oents-Gallery, 25 cents.
HISEVENING, June 6th, will be performed the
Play of ERNEST MALTRAVERS-Richard Darvil, Mr
Hamblin; Erne-t Maltravers, Bannister; Alice Darvil,
*Mrs Shaw.
To conclude with the grand Romantic Drama of MA.
ZEPPA, or, The Wild Horse of the Desert..Mazeppa,
Mr Woolford; Abner Khan, Proctor; Thamar, uoles;
SDrolinski, Gates; Olinski, Mra Coles; Oneiza, Mrs Wil-
ToniorMw, the drama of Nick ot the Woods.
The drama of Rookwood is in preparation.
Doors open at 7 o'clock-perlormance commences at 7j.
SBoxes 75 cents. Pit371. Gallery 25..
consequence ot the very unfavorable state ot the weather,
the opening 0ot this Establishment is unavoidably post-
Sponed until to-morrow evening, when the extraordinary
RAVEL FAMILY will make their first appearance be-
fore the New York public this season.
The Grand Concert, announced for thas evening, will
take place on Monday evening next Je5
WM. NIBLO respectfully announces that this es-
tablishment will open for the season on THURS.
DAY, June 6, 1839, with a.
M The eitertainmenta to commence this evening with
the wonderful performances of the RAVEL FAMILY
Miss Elizabeth Ravel will go through her graceful exer-
cise Gabriel Ravel will dance his celebrated Hcrnpipe.
Madame Antoine Ravel will dance a Pas de Varities.
Francois Ravel will perform several surprising feati of
agility without balance Pole. Madame Jerome will dance
a flying Pas Seul. La Petit Amour, only 3j years old, will
astonish the audience with her grace and intrepidity.
After which the THREE GLADIATORS Or, La Lu .
e du Pugillat. By Gabriel Ravel, Antoine and Jerome
bRavel. This performance has been pronounced the most
beautiful and classical grouping ever exhibited on any
Halt an hour intermission for refreshment, which will
be served up In the Promenade Saloon.
To conclude with the Ballet Pantomime, called VOL.
AUVEN r! or A Night's Adventure--Vol au Vent, Ga.
briel Ravel; Gregotire, Jerome Ravel; Jacques, Antoine
Ravel; Sebastian, Leon Ravel; Joseph, Francois Ravel;
Naneite, Madame Checkeni; Miller's Men, Lasses, .c,
by the Corps de Ballet..
The astonishing
now FOURTEEN in i'umber, having returned from Ha.
vara, are engaged for a limited number of nights, and
will make their appearance on THURSDAY EVEN-
The Proprietor has the pleasure to announce that he has
succeeded in. making an engagement, for three nights,
with that celebrated chantenee,
from the Theatres Royal, Covent Garden and Drury Lane.
Arrangements have also been concluded with
whose chaste style of singing has el'citedAso much admiral.
tion in this city.
the distinguished singer and composer, is engaged for a
Ihnited number of nights
is-also engaged, and will make his first appearance in
New York since his return from the south
from the London Concerts, will assist at these entertain-
MR. C. E. HORN will. preside at the Piano Forte.

On Monday Evening next, June 10th, a
Overture-La Bayadere......................... Auber
Ballad-Mr T Bishop, 'She wore a wreath of
roses'......................................... Knight
Song-Mrs C E Horn, 'Mleet me tonight'...... C E Horn
Cavatina-Mr C E Horn, 'Said a smile 'to a
tear', obligate, Piano Forte ,ccompaniment... -Braham
* -' Aria-Mrs ESeguin, 1l1 braccio meo-..........-Nigolini
Solo-Flute, Signor Bametta....................Rossini
Duett-Mr and Mrs C E Horn, 'Forbear'..........Horn
Trio-Mrs E Seguin, Mrs C E Horn, and Mr
Bishop, 'O dolce e carol istante'. .....................
Half an hour for refreshments, in the Promenade Sa-
Overture-Cheval de Bronze....................
Glee-Mrs C E Horn, Messrs Horn, Bishop,
and Maynard..................................Snifarr
Ballad-Mr T Bishop, 'There's a song of the
olden time'....................................Moore
Ballad-Mrs E. Seguin................................
Air-Mr C E Horn, 'Mad Tom, of Bedlam'......Purcell
Romaace-Mrs C E Horn, 'Grecian Daughter'.... Bishop
Air-Mrs E Seguin, 'Love me now from my
Solo-Trumpet, Mr .Wolter...........................
Glee-' Here in cool grot', Mrs C E Horn,
Messrs Horn Bishop and Maynard............Sinfonie
(The Piano used at these Concerts, is from the manufac.
tory of J Pirson.
During the recess, a new and
has been built, capable of holding two thousand persons,
opening into the Garden by spacious galleries, where the
charms of music will receive new de, ght with the fragrant
breeze from varied flowers and plants. The seats are

backed and cushioned with richdamask The embellish.
S ments and decorations are executed by a celebrated artist
The greatest attention has been paid to ventilating the
building,which, EP vu MOT, is pronouncedthe mostunique
and elegant establishment in the country.
are newly laid and enlarged. Lemon, orange and lime
trees are interspersed with a choice and pleasing variety of
Shriubs, Plants and Flowers. Refreshing jets of water
will issue from the Grotto Fountain, richly diversified
by thousands of new and brilliant transparent Lamps,
lately imported direct from Paris, to impart an air of en.
chantment to the coup d'mil of the favorite endroit.
THE SUPERB GOTHIC TOWER will be illumina-
ted with transparent windows, designating the most pro.
minent events in the history of the Knighcs|Templars.
THE PROMENADE SALOON in the Garden will be
opened this season foi refreshments.
Artists.of the highest celebrity in eiery department are
engaged, to form a succession of pleasing novelties
throughout the season.
Great addition will be made to the Orchestra during
the season, to produce, on a scale of unequalled gran-
which has caused such a bruitin Paris and London.
The Ravel Family will per orm Thursday, FilHay,
and Saturday, this week
The entertainments will be given every evening in the
week, (Sundays excepted.)
t3, No postponement on account of unfavorable wea-
tther !
Doors open at 7, o'clock-the Concert to commence at
8 o'clock.
Omnibuses will run to and from the City Hotel to the
Garden, during the evening, je4
r HESE Panoramas are now open for exhibition at the
SNew Rotunda, corner Prince ?.nd Mercer streets,
Broadway, opposite Niblo's Garden.
painting, of the largest class, covering a surface of ten
thousand square feet, painted from drawings taken by Mr.
Catherwood in 1834.
ed likewise from Mr. Catherwood's drawings, is superior,
a a work of art, to any Panorama before exhibited.
The Panoramas are brilliantly illuminated every even.
ing by upwards of 200 gas lights, and'explanations of
the pictures given in the forenoon, afternoon, and at hall
past 8 in the evening.
Open from 9 in the morning, till half past 9 in the even-
ing. Admittance 25 cents to each Panorama. Books of
description 12j cents apl tf
Lectures on Jerusalem and Thebes will be delivered by
MR. CATHERWOOD every evening at half past eight
o'clock, commencing with Jei usalem.

- OT OfR-STOIEN.-A Check of D. Horr, drawn
' on American Exchange Bank, to order ofJ S HUnt,
or to bearer, dated 28th May, 18830, for $70Q.
Also, one of the same tenor, dated 29th May, 1839, for
The public is cautioned against receiving the above
Checks, payment of the same being stopped. Any infor-
mation respecting them will'be suitably rewarded-on an-
plication to J. S. HUNT, 27 Wall st. jeS 5t*
to m 'rrow, by Boston, Decatur and Bailie Peyton.-
Trains at 10, at 11, and at half past 12, precisely. The
horses will not start until the passengers by the last train
have taken their stats on the stand.
Three locomotives will be running, and furnish power
to take up 1350 passengers In the last train Three boats
will be running on the Sou'h Ferry.
Passengers are requested to obtain tickets at the Rail.
road Office, to avoid confusion on the trains. Je6 It
-SATURDAY, June 8-Fashionable and Splendid
Furniture-At 10 o'clock, at No 16 Waverly Place, a
large assortment of fashionable furniture, belonging to a
*family going to Eurole, consisting of royal wilton and
brussels carpets, nearly new ; set of window curtains of
drab, crimson tabourettes and silk lining, unusually full,
with very handsome rods and ornaments of-mat gilding ;
sofas, divans, chairs *ith cushions covered with drab
cloth, with rich trimmings: superb centre tablos, bronze
and gilt chandeliers, candelabra, bronze and gilt clocks,
astral lamps, piano made by Nunne; pier and mantel
glasses, dining tables, rich white and gold ',French dining
set, tea and breakfast do do, rich cut glass, card tables,
refrigerator. French bedstead, dressing tables, marble
slabs, French wardrobe with looking-glass inlaid into
latin wood, French bureaus with marble tops, mattresses,
feather beds, bedding, toilet sets, &c. Also, splendid sets
of rich cut glass dishes, decanters, wines and tumblers,
&.c. &c. Catalogues ontheday of sale. jt6.2t
JAMES 8LEECKER, Auctioneer.
AMES BLEECKER h CO will sell at auction on
Wednesday, 19th of June, at 1 o'clock, at their sales
room. No. 30 Broad street, corner of Exchange place,
An assortment of superior Wines, being in part the
stock of a gentleman leaving the country, consisting in
part of
43 12 dozen Rock Madeira, imported in 1826, bottled in
1833. from Newton, Gordon & -Ryley.
12 dozen Mary and Elizabeth Madeira, of 1826, bott'eJ
in 1829.
3 dozen Wanderer Madeira.
8 dozen Fianklin Madeira, of 1826, bottled in 1831.
79 12 dozen Amontellado Shterry, shipped by Newton,
Gordon & Murdock, in 1826, bottled in 1833.
50 bottles Lynch's Chateau Maigaux, of 1831.
60 do do do do of 18S7.
10 cases, containing 3 dozen each, of superior old
brown Sherry, Mat Hayes's brand.l
8 30 do do do do of very superior brown Sherry, do do.
60 do do 2 dozen each of do old London Port do do
25 do do 3 do do of do do do dodo
400 baskets (f Champaign, with a general selection of
Clarets, Hocks, &c
Catalogues can be obtained on the day previous to the
Samples can be examined at the office of the auctioneers
on the morning of sale.
Terms -Under $1CO, cash; over $100, at 90 days, for ap.
proved endorsed notes. (34) je6
~ JOSIAH RICHARDS, Auctioneer.
the Library of the late James T Watson, takes place on
Thursday Afterroon, 6th instant, at 4 o'clock. They are
now arranged for examination by catalogue, at tie rooms
of the undersigned.
This collection embraceb some of the most valuable,
rare, and splendid works ever offered at auction.
Fi: Paiticulars under auction head.
je5 2t 196 Broadway.
S STOCK-Notice is hereby given that the New York
and Erie Railroad Compaa. : will sell at public auction,
at the Merchants' Fxchange in the city of New Yoik, on
Wednesday the twenty.sixth day of June instant, at one
o'clock P.M., under the direction of the Comptroller,
one hundred thousand dollars of New York State Stock,
bearing it terest at the rate of four and a halfl per cent.
per annum, from the first day of July, 1l39, inclusively,
payable quarterly on the first days of January, Aptiil, Ju.
ly anl October--being stock issued in pursuance ofchap.
ter 2V6 of thelaws otf saidSt te of theyear 1838, and is re.
imbursable at the pleasure of the Sate, at any time after
the first day of January, 1859.
The office o'f the Manhattan Company, in the city of
New Yorn, is designated as the place for the registry and
transferof sail stock, and. will be the place of payment
of the interest thereupon.
This stock will be s-ld in Certificates of $1,000 each.
and buyers will be required to pay the amount of their
purchases respectively, immediately after the sale, wlen
tr nsfer will be made accordingly.
New York, 4th June, 1839.
By order, T. J. WATERS, Secretary.
je4 3w
AMES BLEECKER k CO. will sell at auction, on
Monday, 10th-of June,11at 12 o'clock, at their Sales
Room, 30 Broad street, corner of Exchange Place,
The valuable Building Lots at Harlem, belonging to
Charles Henry Hall, Esq (the sale of which was ad-
journed from the 4th instant, in consequence of the
First-8 Lots, No. 1 to 8, as per map, fronting 128th
street, midway between the 3d and 4th Avenues, and
adjoining Mr. Stephenson's Railroad Car Manufactory.
Second-8 Lots, No 9 to 16, o0 the south aide of 12t.th
street, between the 3d and 4th Avenues, and near the
new brick buildings there and the manufactory above
named. This street is paved, the sidewalks laid, and
is lighted from the 3d to the 8th avenues.
Third-12 Lots, No. 17to 28, on 129th street, opposite
the above and the manufactory aforesaid.
Fourth-6 Lots, No. 30 to 35, fronting the 4th avenue,
and lying between 129th and 130th streets.
Fifth-12 Lots, No 37 .o 48, fronting 130th street, south
side, 90 feet from the 4th avenue, and between it and the
Harlem River
Sixth-- Lots, No. 49 to 56, fronting 131st street, 90 feet
from the 4th avenue, and thence toward the river.
Seventh- 4 Lots, No. 67 to 70, fronting 132d street, 90
feet from the 4 h avenue.
Eighth 16 Lots, No 71 to 86, on 131st street, south side,
190 feet from the 4 h avenue, and running toward the 5:h
Ninth-19 Lois,No 87 to 94 and 95 to 105, on 130th street,
north side, and between 4th and 5th avenues.
Tenth 4 Lots, No. 106 to 1(9, at the corner of 4th ave.
nue and l3iith street nortb correr.
Eleventh-4 Lots, No. 110 to 113, at the corner of 4th
avenue and 130th street, south corner.
Lithographic maps can be obtained at the sales room.
The Ha ilem Railroad Cars runningfrorn the City Hall.
at all houis, to this property, will afford facility to those
gentlemen who may wish to view the same, without much

loss oftimeor of expense.
Terms, 10 per cent. cash, 20 per cent. on delivery ofthe
Deeds, the balance on mortgage, 3 years, at 6 per cent or
5 years, at 7 per cent., at the option of the purchaser.
For further information, apply at the auction rooms
No. 30 Broad street, or to
je5 (No. 11) CHARLFS HENRY HALL, ctfHailem.
r 1, TER FElT DETECTOR published for the las
15 years in I pamphlet form and lolio sheet, for sale at
S. J. SYL VESTER'S, 130 Broadway,
je6 and 22 Wall street.
C OLLECTIONS on all parts of the United States, Ca-
naaas and Eu ope. made on the most f.vorabh
terms, by S. J. SYLVESTER, 130 Broadway,
je6 and 22 Wall st.
O HIO, Indiana, Illinois, North and South Carolina
Kentucky, Virginia, Maryland,VDelaware, Pennsyl.
vania, Eastern, and Safety Fund Money, -hought at a low
rate by S. J. SYLVESTER,
je6 130 Broadway, and 22 Wall st.
(IHAMPAIGN WIN ES-350 baskets sparKlingand o
) the choicest quality, landing and for vale by
Je9 GRACIE & CO 20 Broad st.
B XCHANGE ON LONDON-Drafts at sight, in sunny
E to suit purchasers, payable in every town through.
out the kingdom. Apply to SYLVESTER & CO.
jeO 156 Broadway, below Maiden Lane.
14 XCHANGE ON SCOTLAND--Drafts at -sight in
Ii sums to suit purchasers, payable in every town
throughout the Kingdom. Apply to
SYLVESTER & CO. 156 Broalway.
je6, below Maiden Lane.
f OLD AND SILVER-Foreign Gold and Silver, o
Gall kinds, purchased at the highest rates, by
SYLVESTER & CO. 156 Broadway,
S j:.6 below Maiden Lane.
rUHE following Broken Bank Notes are bought b
SYLVESTER & CO. l16 Broadway, below Mai
der. Lane:
Essex Bank, Guildhall, Windsor, Belleville,Wolfboro
Commonwealth, Middlesex, Kilby, Fulton, and Norfolk.
Also-All kinds of Uncurrent Money, &c. j, 6
|for sale by R. H. ATWELL,
Je6 381 Broadway, corner While st.
SARDINES, and French preserved Game, of various
S kinds, for sat!e by R. H, ATWELL,"
je6 381 Broadway.
If iL AMS -'hie finest, Westphalia, Virginia,, ar.i

Ii Dutchess' Co. Hams for sale by
je6 R. H. ATWELL. 381 Broadway.
Ve OLASSES-1301 casks Porto Rico Molasses, no%
landing at pier 14 E. R. for sale by
Lyr, fT .A TT S.t ARCTNMJATL. r gRtinth of

NEW YORK, ALBANY, AND INFORMATION WANTED of' tWo brothers OTIdE.-The Cd.-partnership heretofore existing
TROY STEAMBOAT LIN-or A anp E, who came from Ireland to onder the rms ofSCHERMERHORN, BANKE4t
AT^ LBANY-From the foot of Bar- JAMES and JOHN OP E, who came rom Ireland to & and SOHERMERHORN, WILLIS & CO., was
clay street. this country some years ago* dissolved on the first day of March last, in consequence of
The ALBANY, Friday morning, at7 o'clock. JAhiEs was a farmer, and went to Butler county, Ohbol the death of Oliver W Willis. All claims against the
The ALBANY, Sunday morning, at 7 o'clock te nn t wih famil above firms will beettled by the surviving partners.
I'yasao adwstirecn 'dwihafml J J. SCHERMERHORN.
*From the foot of Courtlandt street. oeaibHARb pat .-
The DE WITT CLINTON, this- afternoon at 5 named HARD. EDWARD BANKER.
o'clock. JoOHN, who is a slater by trade, was in the city of New New York, June 8, 1839. jeS 1,4t
S7he SWALLOW, tomorrow afternoon, at 5 o'clock. York 8 years ago. "TOTICE.-The subscriber on the first day of March
NOTI1CE.-A1 goods, freight, baggabank bills, ape Their si-teT,- MAROARET MCCREADY, row in the vicinity k last entered into C'opartnership, and continue the
cie, or ainy other kind of property, taken, shipped, or put
on board the boats of this line, mupt be at the risk of the of New York, would be most grateful for any information business of Ship Chandlers and Rope Manufacturers, at C
243 Waters s'eet, under the firmeof SUHEBMERHORN
ow ners of such goods, freight, baggage, &c. je6 concerning her brothers. BANKER & CO. ande at Nor3 Souh streetorn
BAKE nCOers ofsuch3 ouh sret-corner of
BRITISH & AMIRICAN STEAM NAVIGATION Addressher attheoffice of theNew York American, Jmnes' lane under the firm of SCHERMERHORN &
COMPANY-NEW YORK TO LQNDON. New York. BANKER, where they offer for sale a general assortiner)t
BRITISS QUEEN, *** As this is a gratuitous notice, the less hesltatian is of Cordage and Snip .rChandlery n the tavorableN
SLieut. RICHARD RO. felt in asking any other papers, disposed to aid the search EDWARD BANKER "
BERTS, R. N, Comn- ofra sister for her brothers, to give it.some insertions; JOSEPH W. PURDEN.
Sander. s Nfw York, June 3, 1839. jeg .4t In
'lhis splendid steam my243taw Im Nw
s his, sprl endid1 tonstem HE subscriber gives notice, that having-arrived in 4
shin, burthen 2016 tons, C L A R K E C 0.M P A:N Y, this city from England, in order to close the concern v
atio 500 horse power, will.
(n5hosh June, and Porsmouth owi FANCY DRY ofF SCHWANN & CO. No 42 Exchanre Placeof which b
sai romLn n o29 Portsmouth on 1st FANCY DRY GOODS heis one ofthe principals, all business for the said Arn i
J.uly.' No. 337 Broad. ay, New York. must be condtcted~with him alone, and that he will attend T!
The days appointed for her departure from this port for April 29 tf for that purpose at their count ig house.
ALondon,uate- g40LM tE S, -Mr. Christian Klug is no longer employed In the man.
*TstAugust, lst.October, S. & L.! HOL M S ,t
stDecember. No. 4 MaIden Lane, -agement of the concern'
The rate ofpassage is fixed as follows: Saloon, 3&gui-' Dealers in Linens, Sheetings, Damasks, Towellings, &c., je3 2w FREDERICK SCHWANN. i
neas, or $16333. Lower state rooms, 30 guineas,or $140. Blankets, Quilts, Flannels, &c. OTICE -JOHN A. BROWN and JOHNSTON
Fore saloon, 20 puinaes, or $88. With a large assortment of Dry Goods. 1i McLANAHAN, of Philadelphia, retiring from the
Children under 14 years, half price. S F U A, houses of Alexander Browh & Sons, of Baltimore, John i
For freight, of which this ship will take O0O tons, or J. S. F U N T A I N, A. Brown & CO, of Philadelphia, Brown Brothers & Co, H
passage, apply to WADSWORTH & SMITH, Wholesale and retiildealer in Silk Goods. of New York, and William and Jajnes Brown & Co, of
4 Jones' lane, rear of 103 Front street, Laces, Embroideries, Shawls, Rich Muslins, &c. %'r Liverpool, these concerns stand dissolved; but all or
Agents of Br. & Am. Steam Nay. Co. any of the partners are authorized to received their debts,
An experienced Surgeon will be attached to the ship. No. 21 Broadway, settle their accounts, and use the signature of the firms in B
Plans of the cabins may be seen at the office of the con. (Adjoining the'American Hotel,) liquidation. P
signee Jet NVhere will be found the newest and most fashionable Witness our hands this first day of June, 1839.
FOt CANION, China-A first class, fast Goods in his branch of business iy29 is. (Signed,) WILLIAM BROWN,
a -sailing ship, to sail on the 15th instant from a GEe. BROWN, re
neighboring port, and meet with despatch.in Chi- ROCKLAND LAKE ICE. -JOHN A. cROWN,c
na, is ii, want of ICO tons measurement homeward freight A. BARMORE & Cp. 522 Greenwich street. 7JAMES BROWN, h
Apply to GILLESPIE & EDWARDS, Has on hand a large supply of this superior article, and STEWART BROWN,
je5 13 Wall street. wiiL supply JOSEPH SHIPLEYf
BATAVIA. in any quantities, and at the shortest notice.. -JONSTON MOLANAS AN, (i
The first rate coppered and copper fastened N. B.-AI] orders for the above Ice, will be received at SAMUEL NICHOLSON,
ship T. BOWNE, C. Mansfield, ster, willhave T DOWNING'S 5Broadstreet, wherethearticlecanbe HERMAN H. PERRY.
immediate despatch for the above ports She has good seen. G
accommodations for passengers. For wb-.h, or for the y HE undersigned,acting partners in the late firm of
bulk of2,Oto 3UOObrls freight, apply to 0,lO CAPITALISTS.-Wanted from $3 to $5000 on W. & J. Brown & Co, of Liverpool, intend to con- o
GRINNELL, MINTURN & CO, 1 Bond and Mortgage on property worth double the tinuebusines under the fitm of Brown, Shipley & Co. 9
my23 134 Frontst. amount in the heart of one of tne Ilrgest neighboring Alexander Brown & Sons, of Baltimore, Browns &
F' R HAVRE-Packet of the 24th of June.- cities. Address box 1344upper post office. inhl8 istf Bowen, of Philadelphia, and Brown Brothers & Co, of
The packet ship LOUIS PHILIPPE, Captain ANTED, to go distce into theNew York, will represent us in the Ui ited States. i
,n ANTED, to go a ort distanPe ito the country,' Liverpool, 1st June, 1839. (Signed,)
J. Castoff. will sail on the regular day, as above, a LAUNDRESS who understand her business. WIIAM
taking the place of the Iowa. t ct b .Apply atNo5 Waverley lace.- m 2 tf WILLIAM BROWN,
For freight or passage, apply' to the captain on board, A JOSEPHt SHt-PLEY,
C. BOLTON, FOX & LIVINGSTON, W smart active LAD, from/12 to 15 years of age, a u
jel 22 Broad street. who can read, write ard cypher, and'is wil'r.g to devote 1EHE undersigned intend to continue their business as
his whole time to the benefit of his employers." App:y to hitherto conducted by Brown, Brothers '& Co, un.
i FOR LONDON-The last sailing coppered A 1 my1 iw T. & C. WOOD, 18 Wall st. der the same firm,and will act as the agents-of Brown,
British brig MAGNET, A. Spark, master, will Shipley & to, of Liverpool.
., .have early dispatch. For freight or passage, ap- EMOVAL.-F. J. CONANT & CO. have removed NewYork. June 1, 1839. (Signed,)
ply to E. K. COLILINS & CO. 56 South et. je4 ll their Wholesale Clothing Warehouse to 81 Cedar GEORGE BROWN,
LONDON LINE OF PACKETS -To sai~the street, up stairs, between Broadway and Nassau qt. myl7 JAMES BROWN,'
D. Chadwick, master, will sail as above, her A CARD.-MRS. EDWARDS (formerly Miss M. SAMIUEL NICHOLSON, P
regular uay. Forfreight or passage, apply to the captain Oram) in'ormshe friends and the public generally, that N wl c t r P
on board the ship, at foot of Maiden lane, or to she has oi ened a Boarding and Day School, at No. 1 Al- G McLANAHAN & CO will continue the Dryl
myl4 GRINNELL, MINTURN & CO 134 Front st. bany street, corner of Green vich street, and is now ready Goods Commission Business of the late firm of C
LuiJDON LINEg OF PACKETS-To sail on to receive pupils. John A. Brown & Co. in Philadelphia, that branch of the
the 20th June.-The packet ship .QUEBEC, F The course of instruction will include all the branches business having been transferred to them. i
3 Heard, master. e sail k et s eher reF'- of the French and English languages necessary for a fe. Philadelphia, 1st June, 1839. je4 3t
H. Heard, master, will sail as above her r male education, and for which, the best masters will be DELAWARE & HUDSON CANAL CO.,
engaedFor freight or passage, apply to the captain on board at June3,1839.
PineFor fstreight wharf, or toassage, apply to the captain on board, at Refences -Mrs. J. Waidinton, Mrs. Dr. Van Rens- HE Board of Managers of this Company have de.
je3 GRINNELL, MINTURN & CO. 134 Front st. elaer. Rev. Dr. Milnor, Rev. Dr. Wainwright, Rev. Dr. dared dividend of three and ahalf-per cent. on the Ca.
je3 GRINNELL, MINTURN Whittingham. pLal Stock, which will be paid to the stockholders on and
!,& FOR LIVERPOOL-Packet of the 7th June. Terms matte known on application to the school, after the 20th inst. l
= The packet ship GEORGE WASHINGTON, myl5 2m is los. TheTransfer Book will be closedfrom the3itothe 10th
.. Captain H. Holdridge, will sail as above her te- 'BOAttDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR YOUNG Inst. By order of the Board,
gular day. LADIES. Je3 lim J.H. WILLIAMS, Treasurer.
For freight or passage, apply on board foot of Maiden No. 410 Houston at., near Broadway.LL PERSOS are hereby forbid trusting the crew o
laeir oJl R. ,MSBT~r^ ~" *~rr^ A LL PERSONS are hereby forbid trusting the crew of-
lane, or to FR.d & MRS. BAILEY would inform their friends A, the British Brig LORD RAMSAY, as no debts of
my7 GRINNELL, MINTURN & CO. 134 Front st. and hepu lic, that ther Summer Term will commence their contracting will be paid by the Captain or Con-
tj FOR LIVERf-OOL--Packet o' 13th June.- the 8th day of May next. Great attention is devoted in the signees. je4 DAVIS, BROOKS & CO.
4 The ship UNITED STATES, N. H. Holdridge, Institution, to Elocution, Grammar, Arithmetic rid Ma. UT N A Y O CO
.~mastet, will sail as above, her regular day. For thematics, History. Writing, Composition and Miic. The MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF THE CITY
freight or passage, apply on hoard, at foot of Maiden lane, whole school attend daily to the Fret ch Language, vnder OF NEW YORK.
orto ROBERT KERMIT. 74 South at. myl3 the instruction of a Parisian Lady, who resides in the la. ) May 18,1839.
OtLD R INE IVEROOL 7A4 KES-o t ppact mily. The number of scholars is limited to fifty. One D IVIDEND.-The President and Directors have this
9Dh June L-The SOUTH AMERICA Cae competent Teacher to every eight orJen pupils. day declared a dividend ot five 1er cent on the renewed
ofP1'9h Ju.Th s~OUrH AMERICA, a. "ap296wis capital stock for the. last six months ending, Ist instant,
tain W. C. Baistow, will sail as above, her re p2 i and also a surplus dividend of three percent, payable on
gular day. Office of the UNITrED STATES FIRE INSURANCE and atter the first day of June next. The Tran-fer Books
Forifreight or passage, apply to the Captain, on board, A COMPANY, No. 55 Wall st. will be closed from 23J Instant, until the firs day of June
at the font of Beekman street, or to A T an annual election he'd at.the office of the Compa. By order,
GOODHUE S A& CO. or 64South street i.y, on the 3d day of June, 1839, the following gentlemen my20 lim A. B. McDONALD, Secretary.'
C. H. MARSHALL, were duly elected Directors for the ensuing year :] i o OW.
The rate of cabin passage by the Old Liie will hereafter DREmzcToas. IVIDEND.-The Board of Directors of the HOW.
be $140, including wines, &c. and $120 without, jel John L. Bowne Ebenezer Cauldwell E17 ARD INSURANCE COM?&ANl have this-day
FOR LiVEKPOOL-LNew Line.l]-Packet of Johp R Willis Morris Ketchum declareJ a dividend of Eight per cent on the new capital,
25th June.-The packet ship GARRICK, Capt. Sila Hick@s Joshua S. Underhi payable on and after the 3d June next.
AS. Palmer, 1000 tons burthen, will sail as above RobertC Corneleu CharlesT.CromweTh my23 Im LEWIS PHILLIPS, Secretary.
iorreigt orpassage, .Lvig accommodations unequal- James Barker Cornelius W LawrenAM MANHATTAN FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
led~ ~ ~ ~~ta fo ped n ofrappcyonmbordations ueqal.
led for splendor and comfort, apply on board at Orleans Benjamin Corllesi -Nathaniel Lord Office, No. 56 Wall street
wharf, foot of Wall street, or to Lindley Murrayt Charles Kneelandl IIIVIDEND-A Dividend eofTen per cent is declared,
E. K. COLLINS & CO. 56 South st ienrv H. Lawrenc Edward A. Wright J payable on the 1st June next. The Transfer Books
The packet ship ROSCIUS. Capt. Collins, will succeed Stephen Van Wyck 'Benjamin Clark will be closed on the22d instant. By order,
the Garrick, and sail 25th July. IaaacFrost Robert B.Minturn myl7 Im ,T. BULL. Jr. Secretary.
LeaterH by the packets will be charged 121 cents per sin Robert D. Weekb William Bradforo. ONRBUT ON P I AC O
gie sheet, and 56 cents per ounce. Newspapers I cent lohn Wood Thomr, W. Pearsall CONTRIBUTIONSHIP INSURANCE CO
each my25 Thomas W Jenklons SilasWood Office No 57 Wall street.
Benjamin Strong George D. Post T June 4, 1839.
iE FOR VALPARAISO--The fast sailing ship Geore Husey Roher H. Bowne nT HE Board of Directbrs have this day declared a Di-
NATCHur:Z, Captain Hayes, will sail lbt the tTriah F. Carpenter Albert Woodhull vidend of Eight Per cent. on the new capital, payable on
above port on the 15th June, and can handsomely" James H.Titua GeorgeB. Smith and afier tha IStn instant. Transfer Book will be closed
accoiximodate a few passerlgecs, it early application be Samuel C Paxson. on the lOh.
made on board, at pier 14. E R, or to At a subsequent meeting or the Board. John L. Bowne, le5 lm3tts R. W. MARTIN. Secretary.
my22 HOWLAND & ASPINWALL, 55 South st. Esq. was unamousl) re- elected President. GUARDIAN INSUatANCE CO.
.$3S1, FOR ST. CKOIX-The coppeed packet brig je6 JAMES WILKIE, Secretary. N June 1, 1839.
i S USAN, Captain Cowpland, will sail on the 10th N NEW YORK AND ERIE RAILROAD. 1OTICE is hereby given, that an Election for their.
l June. For freight or passage, apply to .il OTICE TO CONTRACTORS.-Sealed Proposals teen Directors of this Company, will be held at their of.
my3i &OODHUll & CO. 64 South st.': will be received by the subscriber until the tenth day fice, No 67 Wall street, in this city, on Tuesday, the 11th
FOR NEW ORLEANS--LLouisiana and New of July next, at the Office of the New York and Erie day of June, instant, between the hours of1 and 2 o'clock
y Rn- n Fist ar acket Railroad Company, in Goshen, Orange County, New P M. By order,
o he]up-rWarrasted salit pack lahip PcSS et York, for tne ga-.ua on and masonry of eleven miles je8 bt JOSEPH GREENLEAF, Sec'iy.'.
P1, eeb hesupema or fast sailit packetrship MISSISSIP. of their Railroad, i ane Cointy of Rockland, extend- t FFICE O1' THE EAST RVER FRE INSUR.
t^eebe, t aenga- ig from that portion of the line which is now under contract U.P ANJE COMPANY of the Ciy of New York, No. 44
gor freight or passage, having elegto the west line of the-County; and likewise for the gra- William street, one door south of Wall. New York, 4th
For reiht r pssae, avin elgan Ifrnihedac.duation and masonry of bc~ween twenty and thirty miles June, u839.
conmodations, apply on board at Orleans wharf; foot of in the County of Orange, extending weawardly from the DIVIDEND.-The Directors have this day declared a
Wallstret, o tosemi-a in jal dividend of six per cent. upon the renewed
FO.y29 E.AK- COLLINS & CO. 5, South street. i he line passes through the Pamapo Valley, by Rama- cap^ita stc 3k ofthis institution, out of the profits thereon,
SFOR SAL --Thelast sailing, coppered and po works, Sloatsburg and Monroe yorks, and through payable on and ar.er Wednesday, the 12th hIstant, to the
f substantial trig EMMA, 245 tons burthen, as she Momoe, Chester and Goshen, to Siuth Middleton. Stc-ckholders ofth. 14t intart, or their legal represents-
now lies at the foot of Pine street. Apply to Plans, profiles, &c. will be ready for examination after tires.
h21 GRINNELL, M[NTURN & CO. 134 Frrnt st. the first of July next, at the offices in Tappan and Go. The Transfer Book will be closed from thisdate to the
a FOR SALE-The slip ILLINOIS, tburthen salen, for the portions of the line in the respective Coun. 11th instant inclusive.
h 425 tons, built in this city fur a New Orleans pack. ties. jeS lm GOLD S. SILLIMAN, Secretary
st L w co e d, r ns e Security will be required for the pe 'formance of Con.
ewhaing apparaed s, coppe stened an sheed woie, tracts Persons who are unknown to the Subscriber, or N.j "TICE--At a meeting of the Trustees of the New
, empty casks, boats, &c. For further particulars, apply to the Engineers, will be expected to firnish satisfactory York Life Insura ice and Trust Company, held
eon board at Jutld's wharf, or to testimonials. No-transher of Contracts will be recognised. Tuesday, June 4th, 1839, WILLIAM P. VAN RENSsE-
ap9 GRINNELL, MINTURN & CO. I34 Front at. Individuals proposingfor more work than they wish to L4ER, Esq was unanimously nominated t, fill a vacan-
contract for, must specify the ouantitvthev wish to take. cy in the Board of Trustees of said Con-pany.

e FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER.-The last The undersigned resei'ves the right of rejecting all je5 3, E. A NICOLL, Secretary.
r sailing A 1, coppered and copper fastened ship propositions which appear incompatible with the interests RUST FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY-No. 50
DUNCAN, burthen 350 to,,s. Carries 6 000 bbls, of the Company. I Wall street.-Will make insurance against Loss ,r
and in perfect condition for a two years' voyage, lying at For further particulars apply to H. C. Seymour, resi- Damage by Fire on as favorable terms as other offices in
the foot of Rector street. Apply to dent Engineer, Tappan, Rocklanui County, N. Y., and A. this city.
my3t DAVIS, BROOKS & CO. 19 & 21 Broad st. C. Morton, resident Engineer, Goshen, Orange County, DIRECTORS.
SFOR SALE. N.Y. E; LORD, John Wheelwright Thomas G. Talmage
st r The fast sailing New York built ship YORK, je4 tlOjy Commissioner for Orange and Rockland Co. John R.Peters George S. Doughty
It Las she recently arrived fr m nCanton. 'IThis yes. '10 CONTRACTORS FOR EXCAVATION AINU Russell Stebbins Benjamin R, Winthrop
sal was built for a Liverpool packet under the superin- RP MASONRY. James K. Hamilton Burr Wakeman
tendence of Capt. lie Cost, and combines the qualities of ROPOSALS will be received RF the 13th and 14th R H. Winslow Edward Sandford
speed and strength to a degree remarkable for a vessel of proximo, at the office of the Philadelphia and Reading Alfred Colvill M C Morgan
her age. For viewof inventory, and for further particu. Railroad Company in Philadelphia, for the Roadway For- John V. Greenfield John Brouwer
e lars, apply on board, pier 9, foot of Albany street, North mation and Masonry of about six miles and a half of the Obadiah Holmes Edward Doughty
River.orto HuWLAND & ASPINWALL, Philadelphia and Reading Railroad, between the Falls of Tunis Van Pelt Smith Harriott
my29 2w 55 South street Schuylkill and the termination of the road on the Dela. Win. W. Chester Thomas Jackson
N, v*RS. MOT r', the celebrated Female Physician o ware river. On this portion of the Railroad is comprized John W Mason Jona H. Ransom
,l NewlYork, having just received a large quantity a Tunnel under tte Morristown Railroad, and a very George C. Thomas Henry Erben
v o herbs, roots, and essential oils from Europe, not to be heavy lot of walling and embankment at the Company's Win. M. Clarke.
obtained in this country, will be ab.e to cure those dis- landings on the Delaware. Plans arid specifications ol JOHN WHEE.WRIGHT, President.
eases which have baffled the skill I of the most eminent phy- t.e worK tobe let, will be in readiness for exhibition on JOHN NEILSON, Jr Sec'ry.
,f sicians. Mrs. Mott positively pledges herself to cure or and after the 10th proximo, at the Rising Sun Tavern, in HENRYM SDAMMERS, Surveyonl A n
relieve all d seaeses incident to the human frame, and more the Germ.ntown Road and all further information in re GRAHAM & SANDFORDS, Counsel and Attorneys.
especially the following : rheumatism of however long lation to the work which may be desired, will be given on je4 tjy
standing, tic doloreux, gout contraction, palsy, or Pa. application at the same place, to CHARLES T. STEW. NEW YORK GUARDIAN INSURANCE COMPANY,
s ralyzed limos, decline, consumption, humors, scrofula, ART, Assistant Engineer Office No. 67 Wall street.
1 salt iheum, king's cvil, canker ringworms, catarrh, scald MONCURE ROBINSON, C. E. 9t May, 1839.
head, dyspepsia, debility, spinal affections, nervous symp Philadelphia, May 18th, 1839. T an election held at the office of the Company, on
toms, white swelling, asthma, jaunders, worms, liver N. B -Contractors not personally knowR to the Engi. the7th Inst., the following gentlemen were re.elected
Complaint, hemorrhoid, arid female weaknesses, fits or neers, will be expected to hand in with their proposals, unanimously as Directors of the Company for the ensu.
n falling sickness, and other diseases. No mercury or certificates as to character and competency, iing year :
mineral of ai y kind used. Any females laboring under mylS tilj.el4th Messrs-Henry Rankin RobertLenox
various weakiiesses may consult Mrs Mott with perfect CKERMANN'S PHOTOGENIC DRAWING BOX George J.)hnston Robert Maitland
confidence, and tile greatest secrecy will be observed.- A for Copying Objects by ineans of the Sun; containing David S Kennedy John Johnston
Hours for seeing patients from 9 A. M. until 6 P. M., at the various requisites and instructions for carrying out this Charles March William Colgate
if her residence, 119 Spri e street, west side of Broadway. most important and useful discovery.. Particularly re. GardinerGHowlandRobert Dyson
All letters from the country (post paid) promptly attended commended to Botanists, Entomologists, and the sclentt- Henry Brevoortjr John Van Nostrand
to. Medicines forwarded to all parts of the United States. fic. Sufficiently clear to enable Ladies to practice this Francis Burritt.
ap2" eod is tf pleasing art. At a subsequent meeting of the Directors of the Cotion-
y '10 Mut1H ERS-Whose children are troubled with 3-= The Prepared Paner may be had separately, pany, held on the 8th instant, HENRY RANKIN, Esq.
1i. weakness of the urinary passages, can be cured by WILEY & PUTNAM, Importers, was unanimously re.elected President for the ensuing
by Mrs MO IT, who has long made the disease a particu. 161 Broadway, New York, and Paternoster.Row, year.
0' lar branch of her study. ap22 iseodtf je5 London. This Company will insure against loss or damage by
--lAMES' NEW NOVEL-Charles Tyrell; or the Bit Fire, Dwelling Houses, Warehouses, and other Build-
OtSY! DROPSY -Porsons laboring under this Jte Blood. By G P R James, Esq, author of 'The ings, Merchandize, Ships in port and their cargoes,
r MOT, the celebrated Female Phy.cian, without being Huuenot,' 'The Robber, 'Mary of Burgundys s c, 2 Household Furniture, and every description of Personal
tapeap2 iseodt vols, l2mo. Just published and for sale by Property.
tapped. iseott IS EL POST, 88 Bowery. All losses sustained by them will be adjusted with libe.
r'IC DOLOREUX-Positively cured without these Or may be had from the Washington Circulating Li. reality, and promptly settled.
as o. the lancet, however long standing, by Mrs MOTT, brary, 88 Bowery. je JywOSEPH GREENLEAF,
the celebrated Female Physician. See advertisement. myl04w2wis Secretary.
ap2'2 iseodtf ,TILL be published i nSaturday--Phantasmion, IAST RIVER FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
Prince of Palnlands; making vols I. and II. of E OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK, No. 44 Wil.
d 12ITS i FIIS FITS !-re:sons laboring under this Colman's Library of Romapce; edited by Grenville THE CITY OF NEW YORK No 44 Wil
E distessing malady can be positive( ly cured by Mrs Mellen. S. COLMAN. Publisher, liam street, one door south of Wall.
MOTT, the celebrated Female Physician. e5 8 Astor House. At an annual Election, hulden at the office of the Corn.
ap22 iseodtf pany, on the 13th instant, the following gentlemen were
STHMA AND PHI1 HIllC.-Persons troubled with F HE MUSEUM OF FOREIGN LITERATURE, unanimously elected Directors of this Instiltution, for the
A .1th.. MA...... .... n ..... .. ..... ,. w ..,. :_ B SCIENCE AND ART. is published every month year ensuing, viz:


Store, 196 Broadway.
At 4 o'clock, at their auction room.
;eived from Londorn, together with the Valuable Private
Library ofth'e late James T Watson, and also the crupli-
:ate volumes of the Library of thie Newiv York HISTORI.
CAL SOCIETY, including many rare and valuable
Works relating to America
Among them are, the Musee Francaise, the whole
works wi.h the Supplement, 6 volumes, imperial size.
rhe supplement cont-ins .504 line engravings and 15 vig-
iettes, fine proof in pressions. This complete work is
published at 11,520 francs. Ttylor & Cressy's Architec.
ural Antiquities of Rome, 2 volumes in 1. Rogers'
Imitations of the olli Masters, 2 vols, morocco. Came.-
on's Baths of the Bemans, 10 plates. Aristotle's-works,
, volumes, half Russia. -Poli Synopsis Criticorum, hfive-
'oluines, best edit. Bayie's DictiL .ry, 5 vols, JRussisa,
iest edition. Hogarth's Works, atlrl,, size, half Ruiisia.
Har grave's Collection cf.tate Trials, II vols. Rapin &
rindal's History of England, .5 voTs, with heads, monu.
nents anda1ps..
D'Oyley &Mant's Bible,3 vols. Pinkerton's Voya-ges,
7 vols. Boydell's Shakspeate, with 100 fine engravings,
imperial size, morocco; Heath's SLakspeare. 6 vols, impe-
rial size, fine plates, hall Russia. Pugin's Views- in
'aris and its Environs, proofs before the letters, imperial
ize, -morocco. Hamilton's Life of Count Grammiaont, 64
ine engravings. Philosophical Transaction, abridged by
button, Shaw, and others, 19 vole, calf extra. Caulfle]rs
Remarkable Character's, 4 vole, plates
Also, Corps Universal Diplomatique, by Barberac,
Lousset, 8&c, from the Amphrictriona to A D, 1738, corm-
plete in 20 vols,(bound in 17,) calf, and in fine preserva-
ion, compared with Talleyrand's copy in Paris, and found
o correspond; the only copy on eale in the United States.
rhe same work, the 4 vols of Ancient Treaties and Ce.
emonials only. Martin's Treaties to. 1820, In 16 vols,
Completing the Barberae series, from the earliest period of
Picart's magnificent edition of Ovid's Metamorphoses
olio, Russia. The splendid Work of the Royal Society
if Northern Antiquaries, entitled Antiquities Amerianse,
ato; Pinkerton's Voyages and Travels in America;
Churchill'a Collection of Voyages; Hawkesworth's do;
Anson & Damphere's do; the works of Swift, Addison,
Gibbon, Middleton, ?ope, Beallmont &. Fletcher, Rollin
Gill-es, Robertson, Russell, Locke, &c; the Public Works
)f Great Britain, folio; Linnaeus Systema Natura, 9 vols
Pliney's Natural Iistory, folio, 1599, Asiatic Researches
I vo!s; Grose's Antiquities of Englandpand Wales; Kno
ie's Turkirh History ; Lavater's Phisiognomy, 4 vols;
Ludolphus Ethiop.,; Johnson's Poets, 73 vola; Bower's
Lives ol the Popes; Leland's Ireland.
Also, a three and a half feet Achromatic, Telescope
made by Adams of London.
Also, to be sold at half past.7 o'clock on the above even
ne, a large and beautiful Mahogany Bookcase and Secre.
ary, nearly new and in good order.
Also-A pair of 20 inch Globes, by Adams, London
n excellent condition.
Catalogues -are now ready and the Books arranged for
At 4 o'clock, at their auction room.
Law Library-A Large and valuable Law Library,, conm.
rising a large collection of Modern Reports. Among
which are Cranch's Reports 9 vols Dade's Reports4 v;
'etPr's Reports 12 v; Vesey Junior. ChanceryReports 20
v; Viner's Abridgment2B v; East's Reports 16 v; Atkyn's
Chancery Reports 3 v; Cruise on Real Property b6 v;Peere
Williamsa' Reports 3 v; Durnlbrd & East's Reports Svols;
lRobin-on,s Admira ty Reports. 6 vol; Statutes at Large, 9
v; Ispinasses Reports 5 v; ;hitty's Plea4ings; Chitty's
Criminal Law; Saundet's Reports; Englistinommon Law
EReports 11l v; Comyn's Digest, &c. &c Full particulars
A large assortment of fine and superfine white and blue
better papers at low prices.
Also, a Washington proofpi ess, in good order.
Also, a set of Stereotype plates, for a 12mo Bible, entire.
ly new and complete.
Also, 44 reams fine medium printing paper ; 54 do do
mnedinm and h'lf-do.
(Office of the "New-York American,")
No. 18 NEW STREET, N. Y.
All Orders executed with neatness and punctuality, and
on moderate terms.
Chancery Bills and other Law work'carefully printed
2N "Office 64 Wall street.
SEW CAPITAL 300,000 DOLLARS.-This Com-
pany contiruesto make insurance against loss and damage
sv fire,and the hazards of inland navigation.*
R. Havens, President,, B. L. Woolley,
Naiah Taylor, Micah Baldwin,'
Cornelius W. Lawrence, Joseph Otis, -
J. Philips PhEnix,5 PFanning C. Tuckrr.
John Morrison, Meiga D.'Benjamiu.
Joseph B. Varnum, John Rankin, .
SDavid Lee, tJohn D. Wolfe,
Caleb 0. Healsted, Nathaniel Weed,
William V,. Todd,j Ferdinand Suydam,
William Couch.
d211 LEWIS PHILLIPS, Secrary.
R OOMS-furnished or unfurnished. can be obtained at
119 Cedar street, west of Broadway-with.breakfast.
and tea, if desired. Terms moderate. Apply as above.
STO LE r-The handsome three story brick
Dwelling Hoit No 50 Pierpont street, and two
1S5 !lts of ground, replete with every convenience and
.l ndeightt'ully situated on Brooklyn Heights, having
a beautiful view of the bay and harbor. Possession imme.
diately. The house may be viewed from 4j o'clock to 7
every afternoon. je4 lwis*
I HOUSE '10 LET in the 3d Avenue, between
19th and 20th c .reeta. To a respectable family it
if will .'', rer ted low. Apply to
ny23 SYLVESTEK & CO. 156 Broadway.
TO LET, from the pre ent time to the first of
t October next to a small family, the marble house
No 714 Broadway, with the use of the furniture,
which is of the most elegant description. Apply
to JOHN M. BIXBY, Attorney at Law, 27 Beekman st.,
N. Y. my22 tf

SThe subscriber intending to go abroad, offers
for sale, his residence near the Beach, with the
1 grounds around the Mansia-n House and out offi-
Ses, in all from 4 to 6 acres, and more if required.
'I he groups' are highly improved with shrubberies, and
the laws is scattered with trees of a proper growth to'
render ti.e who'e, beautifully ornamental.
The house has rooms sufficient to accommodate a large
family. This place has no superior, if an equal in New.
port for locally, and tie good taste displayed in laying
out the grounds,the whoie having been under the exclusive
di-rection of a first rate English gardener. For part.
culars apply to J. M. Bixby, Esq, Attorney at Law.
New York, or to the proprietor.
|IjU, The suoscribers will offer at public sale on the
1-A.! premises, on Monday, the 10th June next, that
Valuable Farm, Paper Mill, and Saw Mill, situated on
Muddy Creek.Lower Chareford Township, York County,
Pennsylvania. The Paper Mill is in first rate order and
successful operation, running an Engine and Sellers's
Patent Machine, and has room for another erinirie and
Steam-Dryers, or any other adcetions for carrying on an
extensive business; these Mill being 30 by 70 feet, and three
stories high. There is a sufficiency or water power for a
Grist Mill and Rolling Mill,for which it is an advantageous
situation, being quarter of a mile from Castle Fire Forge,
and within one and a half miles from the Susquehanna
and 1Tide Water Canal, which will be completed in the
ensuing fall. The frame of a Grist Mill and husk
timber, &c .&c will be sold with the property. There is
also an extra Water Power below the Paper Mill.
The Farm contains 100 acres of land, with asufli.
ciency of woodland, on which are, -erected a large
two story stone dwelling H-use, with a pump in the
yard, with other necessary convemiencies ; also a well
finished frame tenant house and large frame barn, all in
good repair. 'i he attention of persons desiring such pro.
perty, is requested to the above ; and further particulars
may be had by applying to JOHN G tRDN.ER, Esq., in
the borough ol York, or the subscribers, residing on the
iny4 2awtjel0 J. B. ROSS.
F110 LET-Thelarge Basement Roomat presentdivid.
A einto two apartments, under the Bank of the Del
awarhrnd Hudson Canal Go. at the corner of William and
Pine streets. Also. a Room on the floor ofthre same build
ng Inquire at th.e Bank. f16 tf
place of 30 acres, beautifully situated near New York,
bounded 80 rods by the Boston Post roaJ, and extending the
same distance along the Sound, to which it gently slopes.
It is under a high state of cultivation, and is susceptible ot
being divided into 3 or 5 sites for country residences-pos-p
sessing eveiy advantage for health and pleasure belong
ing to the many elegant country seats in the vicinity.
Those wishing to purchase all, or a part, will obtain par.
ticular information of Ihe improvements upon it, by p
plying at the office of ilieNew York American, 74 Cedar
street, o'r at W. W. CHESTER'S, Broadway, cornet
Dey street, New York City. 'mhl2 eodtf
STON, u2 Broad street, now landing from the ship
Tecumseh,from Havre. a lot ot'f very superior Champagr.e
Also, small parcel of Chambertin and Chabis, which is
represented Ps being of excellent quality. my2o

WALDEN TELL, Auctioneer.
BY D. C. &,W. PELL.
S-: ", Store No.87 Wal street
D C Ik W Poll will give particular attention to sales cf
household furniture. .
At of 11 o'clock In front of their store.
Castile Sotp-167 boxes castle soap, saved from the
WreCk bf the brig Governor Coddlngton.
Black and Gold and While VemnedMarble.-At 36'cl (,.
on Judd's wharf, ER, the cargo of the brig HelenMcLeod,
consisting of spleddid veined black and gold, white and
bardilio Italian marbleof desirable sizes. Terme, d mos.
for sums over $100 approved endorsed notes
S At of 11 O'clock in front of-the store.
Steel-184 b xes Ala Sooeel, damaged on the voyage of
importation, and sold for account of underwriters
Malasa Fruit- 500 boxes bunch, muscatel and bloom
raisin, landing- .
Wines, OilsDrugs, Pickles, &c.-At 12 o'clock in fron
of thestore-of Mr E Grouset, 18 Broad st, 227 hids claret
wine. 306 do sauterne.40 do Rourillon, 780 qr caskY port,
800.qr casks and 200 Ind hIs Marseilles Madeira. 70rcasks
and 1200 cases superior Muscat; 1200 do claret, Il0b bas.
kcts oil, Imbales s. oft shelled almonds, 500 cases pickles,
50 cases anchovies.
Sale of Wines, Brandy, Whiskey, &C-12 o'clock, at
the store"fMessrs Hogan & Mils, No 94 Beekman st,
50 hhds &di0 qr-cakse and 200 indian bbls superior eold-Pale
Sherry wine, various brands; 20 pipes 60 hhds and 100 qr
casks fine Madela perbijgs'Odessa arid Mexico; 10 pipes
30 hhdsaud 40 qr caskR old Lordon Port; 300baskets first
quality Champagne; 200 cases superior Margaux, MedoC
and St Julien Claret,just arrived per Junius and Havanak
50 half pipes Bordeaux and Rochelle Brandy, -various
brands; 10 punch.old Irish whiskey. The above are all
entitled to debenture, being direct importations.
-. TUESDAY. June25th.
At half past 11 o'clock, at the Large Room of the City
Sale of Bottled Wine, part of the stockof Mr. John
sadsby, of Washinagton City, D. C.- 10,000 bottles of
choice Wine, selected by Mr. Gadsby, with great care in
the course of the last thirty years-among which will be
found, Madeira, imported in 1807 to order for, Mr. Jeffer.
*on, Madeira, fhom the well known house of Newton,
Gordon, Murdojk & Co., imported by Messrs. McDonald
& Didgloy, in 1803. Also, a very choice parcel imported
into Georgetown in 1706, bottled in '808. Also, imported
by Messrs. Howard, March & Co., in the various years
from 1815 to 1825. Also, Blackburn, imported froh 1814
to 1821, has been twice to India. Also, some extra, im.
ported from Messrs Shaffer & Young, in 1812. Also,
" Wagser," Madeira Wine,; selected without regard to
cost, imported about 28 years since.
Sherries, "Pomar,"-Pale Sherry," Lobeo."
Pomar, Brown Sherry, "Lobo" imported by Mr. Po.
mar, the Spanish Consul at Norfolk.
Also-East India Brown Sherry, imported by Messrs.
McDonald & Ridgley, ofNo, tolk.
All the above Wines were laid in by Mr. Gadsby, with.
out regard to expense, and selected for him by competent
Some of these Wines have been in Mr. Gadaby's pos.
session upwards 3f24 years. Tfieir character is too well
known to require farther particulars.
Terms liberal. Catalogues will be forwarded If desired.
The Globe, The National Intelligencer, The United
States (I'nila.) Gazette, The Baldimore Patriot, The Rich-
mond Whig, The Boston Courier, and The Albany Daily
Adverti er, will please insert three times a week tili sale,
and send papers stating the charge, to D. C. & W. PELL
for payment, forthwith.

r F HE POUDRETYTK COMPANY are prepared to re
1 move the contents b 'nKs or, ParvIa in a manner
less offensive than the usu., .%)de,
Tubs ) ith close covers are to be used,- which are no
emptied into carts, nor.into the rivers, but are carried ou
of the city in large waggons.
Orders left at the office, 120 Nassau street, (up stairs,
where satisfactory references will be given) or in writ'lng,
at the City Inspector's Office, No 2 City Hall, or at the
New Jersey Peat Company's Office, No 62 Eighth Avenue,
or at the yar '-' 30th street, corner of 7:h Avenue, wii. be
promptly attenAet
DN Terms, eigh cents per cubic foot. o22 reodt
COIlt MATS-Six bales, just received, for sale by
j84 CARY & CO 90 Pine st.

fLIOGNAC BRANDY-30 casks Cognac Brandy. nnw


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GEORGE B. ROLLINS. Auictioneer.
(Sales Room No. 17 Broad street)
tEPW. B. & Co,have:made arrangements In addition
to their sales of Realt.Estate, at public and p;'vate sale, In
attend to sales of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, cargoes
of.Mahogany, Groceries, &c. &c. and to transact a general I
.Auction-and Commission business,. : .- ,- ,"-
W. R. & Co. have opei.ed a REGISTER for the disp
sition Ofproperty'at. PRIVATE SALE.
S, -MONDAY, 10th.
SAt 12i o'clock, at their sales room.
Chancery Sale-Under the -direction of Charles B
Moore, Esqu AH those three lots of ground situated in the
late 11th. now 17th ward, known on a certain mapshow.
ing the division of pai ofthe real estate late bf Nicholas
W Stuyvesant, deceased, among his heirs, as No. 499,500
and 501. -
TUESDAY, June llth. "
At 12 o'clock at the sales room, 17 Broad street.
1 Chancery da.le--inder the direction of 'redrck.Ded,
peyster, master in chancery, ithe three story brick house
and lot; No. 144 Fulton-street, a few doors east of Broad.
way, for particulars see special advertisement 4leed
Frederick Depeyster, master in 'chancery. .
WEDNESDAY, June 12. -
Chancery Sale-At 12 o'clock at their sales room, 17
Broad stieset, under the direction of Daniel U llman, aq.,
MIaster in Chancery, all that certain lot, piece, or.parcelOf
ground, with the building -thereon erected, situate, lying
and being In the present 156th Ward of the City of JNew
York, known as No. 41 Bond street.'
AIso-Alrthat certain lot, piecoor parcel ofgroimund with '
the building thereon erected, situate, lytag, and being in
the present l1th Ward of tihe City of New -York, knowna as
No.39 Bona street.
Also-All that certain lot plece, or parcel of ground with
the building thereon erected, sirvate, lying and being in
the present 15th Ward efthe City of Naw York, known
as No. 37 Bond street. .. ..
At 12 o'clock, atcheiipales.room, 17 Broad street.
Chancery Bald-Under the direction of Frederink De.
peyster, Esq, Master in Chancery-All that certain lease,.
hold property, part aad parcel of the farm or piece of
land in the 8th (late Seventh) ward of the city ol New
York,-knowa.as No223 King Lt. iq brea&4f, in front and
rear 25, and in depth 100 feet, with the bulldiugs, &c &c..
Also, all that(certain otherlot known on the said map of
the said farm by the number 225, being in wid'h on each
side 26 fect, and in length on each side 100 feet, with the
buildings and appurtenances. ..
S2 Chancery Sale-Under the direction of Frederick De
Peyster, Esq, Master in chancery. "-
All that certain lot or piece of ground part and parcel of
the farm or piece of land in the 8th (late Seventh) ward, of
the city of New York, and known and dlstingnished by a
map lately made by Stephen Ludluip, one of the sworn
urvey-ors of the city of New York, br number three
hundred and twenty six, said lot being in breadth ip froat
and rear 25 feet, and in depth 100 feet, with the bulloings
and appurtenances. .
TUESDAY, June t6h.
At 12 o'clock, at their-sales room, 17 Broad street.
Chancery Sale-.-Under the direction of Dariel Ulman,
Esq., master in chancery, all that certain lot, piece or
parcel of ground, si- uate on the southerly corner of Hud -
sol and Dominick s:-rws ; being 21 feet front and 70 feet
deep. -- '
L. M. HKOFFMAN, Auction r
By-,L 1. %. 10F1'i AN & (C4
Store corner ofWall-and Frontsti ..
L. M.Hoffman & o. will give their atntieon to Fu'rs
At 11 o'clock, in front of the auction store.
Nutmegs-2 casks prime fresh nutmegs
Fashionable and Splndid furniture-On Saturday,
8th instant, at No 16 Wavecley Place, at 10 o'clock.a
large assortment of Fashionable Furniture, belonging to a
family goingto Europe, consisting of Royal, Wilton and
Brussels Carpets, nearly new; set of window curtains of
drab and crimson, tCl retss and silk linings unusually
full, an I very handsome rods and ornaments of neat gild-
ing; sofas, divans and chairs with cushons, covered with
drab cloth with rich trimmings ; superb central tables,
bronze and gilt clocks; a trial lamps; a piano, made by
Munn; pier and mantle glasses; dining tables; rich white
and gold French dimitj setts; tea and breakfast do do;
nch cut glass; card table'; a tefudgorator; French bed.
steads; dressing table, with marble slabs;- French ward.
rabes, inlaid with satin wood, with looking glasses;
French Bureau, marble tops; matrasses beds and bedding.
Catalogues on day of sale. '
TUESDAY, June 11.
SPLENDID FURNITURE-At 10 o'clock, at No. 587
Broadway, a valuable assortment of fashionable Furni.
ture, belongIng to a gentleman goingto Europe,consisting
of Brutnels carpets, sup rb rich silk curtains, rosewood
chairs, divans, sofss,.sidetables, dining, tea and break.
famt do; pier and mantel glasses, bronze and gilt candela-
bras,,do side branch do, hanging Ado, Canton dining tea
and breakfast sets, rich- cut glass, knives and forks,
French bedsteads, feather beds, mattressas, bureaus;
wardrobes, washsand 8c. Also, a-varlety of kitchen
furniture, withwhich the salewill commence.
Catalogues one day previous to dale
Mahogany-At 3 o'clock at Martia's yard, Z R, 143
logs at Domingo mahogany, large size, crotches and can-
non ood,, cargo of schr Briliapt. Catalogues ready the
day previous. -

A yvmzjw w ~x i L i, Lrv n Li lpi ur.


OR SALE at the Foreign andt Classical Bookstore
Bernard-Jeuli desEufans, 1 vol, octs.
Beriluin-Oeuvres Complstes. 4 v,,l, v, $ 4 bound, .
0 All ofhistleasold serately, '. .... :_
Bouilly-Encaouragsement de la Jeunease, 2 sl, $125;
a te s-ma fills, 2 vol, 1, Coates qjirts aux Enfaas
runce,. *,l ; $5; t 0i-t -j,,' 1F#4nnTir vol,.$l,25;
icilluVl, 1I vql114 1a"9 1spiW p 2 yVol, $1.,25
Defratt np "iTtiltsde 1R s6(e, vbl 41;,
De sn yi2r- euturet de J 4n raul Choppart, 1 voy,
Mine. o D. $ tl,88- : .. .
Miss Edgeworth -Education Tramliere, 3 y6tl, $1,S.
Florian-Fables, I vol 371 cts ;Guillaume Tell, I tol
30 eta; Nouvelles, I vol 97 cts ; Don Quich~tte, 8 vol, $l,
76; Gonzalve, Ivol, $1.
Fenelon-Eduoation dos Filles, 8Ij ctu Telemaque, 63
Fledry-Histoire d'Angleterre, I vol., $1; Histoire Ro-
maine, $1; Histoire de 1I Amertque, 756 cta; Mythologib,
75 cts; Morceaux Choisie. 1 vol, 76 ctsa.
Mine. Guizot-Les Enfans, 2 Vol, $1,7v; L'Ecoller,3
vol, $2,60. -. .
Gaultier-Locturro Giacties, Vol, $2. ,
Lafontalne-Fable., I vol, 81t cents ; Contes, 1 vol, 76
%ants. -
Levi--squisses Historiques, I voL $1.
Marmontel-ConteP Moraux vol $2,75; Bellisalre,
vot, 69cts, L U Incas, 23 oi,61 25; Morale en Actions
vol 37j cts. -
Tremnaeure (Mile) [& Vachenoire 1 vol, 50 cto, V
Sie, ou la n asneAti evl, .SOcta
Mine. Vbilart ando Tatu-Les Enfans ia Valele.d'd
Andlau,4Tdl, $2 .
Mme.Waldor-Auguste, ou le Chol d'ian Etat. vobl,
6 eta. ; dltt
C1OMATO PILLS.-The original and genulneare on
I lyprepair'ed by Dr. Miles, who from a long aerieso
a T fulopeximentssUcceded in obtaining this valuable
extract, and so combining it with certain adjuncts as to
institute an InvIiuabr e sabstitute 1or calomel.
4ysp'psla, af eetfdi9' of the liver,-'dnisumption of the
,.j#isick -headache, Irregul aitied ^n th.,etretiona,
and in a multitude of complaints atlsing theefrom, this
'ue licae, has not 1it superior. A (tlal mierely is requested
to test its merits and may be resorted to with perfect on-
ddence and safety.; wi' 't o
L ** Applications for agencies, or for the puorrchase of this
medicine by wholeoale, may be niade to'
0(ODDARP k BUOTLEHR, Gold street, ,
GI;11Oet-ertI Agents
Fut up inboftxeab 25 and 5# cents each.
r 8old also at retail by M', C. Slocum, WS Broadway;
S--ilard IL Delluc, 2 Park row nd 683 Broadway; Th6-
maswT. Green, $49 Broadwayf J. Milhau, 183 Broadway ;
George D. Coggestehall, 42( Pearl, 'or. Rosei street, Adam-
son &Oliff, Bowery and 69G Broadwriy;.John D. Dodd,
643 and 77U'Broedway; H. AGreen, cor. of Rlvingt6nard
Clintonstreet) J 'J. Cddhrgton, 27 Hudson, corner
of 8pringestreet; Dr. W. MUrphy, 228 Division street;
and Rushtof SAsplnwainl 116Broadway, and 1 t Astor
House. J-a21
-RRIS TOOTH ,WAHProearet from tbohrlai[Ra
0 receipt only'by DNIirEL 4ODDXRD, No. 8 Gold
street, New York. .
The Orris Tooth Washis pturelY a vegetablepreparation
possessing. thepropeirtles6fclenssing the tee;th and mouth,
retorieng the gump to a healthy state, and preventing arny
unpleasant taste or odour in the mouthl,, whether arTising
from decayedteetb, or from, a d4ranget, state of tile
sto m a ch "y...'t
Sound teeth and white teeth are the most valuable per-
tions of poor humanity, but how -ma'y neglect the atten-
tion necessary for their preservation, even when surroun I-
ed by all the means needed. Among these we know of
none more pleasant and effectual. than the Orris t ooth
Wash; it cleanses and whitens the teeth, strengthens the
gums, purifies tha.ibutlhyt and'swaeetens the breath. We
recommend Its use to all, young andold."-1 Boston Post.]
11The Orris Tooth Washits the best detergent we ever
used on our onamelW-^IMslwi- script.1
To THE POSLIC -The concurrent testimoav ofthe most
eminent Dentistsand members of the -medical faculty in
oveiy part of the Union,is united ln favor of the Orris
Tooth Wash ,
From, Dr.'1ieazer Parmley, Dentist.
I have uned the Orris Tooth Wash," and having ueen
made acquainted withthe various articles of which it !s
composed, feel great pleasure on, recommending it as an
agreeable, wholesome, and efficient wash for the mouth.
No.1 L Park Place,, New York, Jan. 13M.
From N. Dodge, manufactsmrer of.lmitatio Incorrupti.
te Teetrh, and Surgeoi Dentiet, New York.
Gentlenmen-.-I consider your Orria Tooth Wash the
Sst in use I wish t keep it ooastantlyon hand for the use
0 patients ptlease .endime*-wi|y-
122 Canal steet, New York.,JrfyflrB-$3.
Jan. 23 .Signed 'DODO*.
SrtENUINE BEAR'S GRiASE--For promutiing tie
qW growth of the hair, and, imparfthg ., ,beautiful atid
glossy lustre to It. far se riot to any thitr application.
The superiority of this Oil over every preparation for ip.
ducihg the growth of the hair, Id geperanly acceded to by
all who have used It, as it imparts a glossy richness to the -
hair, rendering it sft anJ flexible, and. excirtqgpe capfl.
lary vessels to healthy action. To persons becoming bald
by sidkness or o.hsr'oausesithe. pplication ,.t this Oil
daily, will soon prodte8I a ie'saC.q qf lI grow/h The
subscriber has jat received realh i ulipl ef thm genulim
Article, put up neatly, a earshe. pantq and, pt rd et-
pressly for hi retail tade, ate jowery Medlipe Store,
No 230 Boweryt-' '' my20.j
R-.R.TA.YLQ&'fl BATOAM 0F ^ WLir fis 6o
v highly celebrated in" t.e *aiSfctersumpnlon, liver
complaints, ra!eln btd, &c. S.:is-dad at the Ba' ery
Me liacne Store, 260 Jowery. The subscriber warrants
this Balsam to bath ) genuln* article, rei|d;s ftth
the proprietor. "- -_A : i-- Iw
my 3 .. :T. W BADAU.Ageat,~
& LISON'S Ift~TO*v QyfUlli&AtropthWieco0o
S m mencemeot 0rthe Fr< 'Dat4,_ulfonl I 171 to the
restoration al the Boqr"'-s i$731 y Archibald Aluoo*
F B S E. Advocate. v ol0'7:.,' ,y. Ahia Alsl,
WIL-Yf 't PI'AttM, !Bnptorfru,
161 3Brgadwav,SN. Y., anlt frhqwtter low,
myo La r don
JJl WHi rE aULVAURB SPA. -Tee bscribers
have jtat resetieri from hs. Cogllre, FPttm ,ad Waltpn
Springs, at Saratoga, all tmpply of vasBt pakt dnn
p~int b ttles. '... --" ..
Als, a'vitng padB,,arpageeseta ith that psoprietor 'of
the White Sulphur Spprrngs of Virginita, t ra .yftj a
this water, ttndl hMavlt'gjtt ei trteed an aunwe wof tie
^ agre prepand no-^S qnsuarirnlf tibto hi
inttres, ., .-*rU T t A _i.siaWlLs,, .

Soda and Sidittliea k.pt hr bostlm a hereto~re for
family oseaor exportation. ', : .m 1w
I' l'' VOtN Dt 9H-L urnr of John and Gotdstreeta
-rhe ascribbr begs leave to iifdr'n the.Pinteis
hat he his Mrchased the qee ive 5s.abllisui'menfit raer
y ,elo-a0l z o PS[A.,A 11'..O riHER i and havifl mur
ni hed entirely new moulds, gar engae4 workmen ofth
firsi talent ih the different department, he'ft now prereiaed

to execute orders with nearness and desapItch n
His variety a0A'stle ot Tye is iflferior to n6de o iithis
country In adiditlod to those aitdvtnass,Ithe further begs
Leave to state, that th- metal *sad Ir. lie mainulacture, of
his Typele different from that used in any other k6odndry I
and he will wartaut that ft Is far more durable aiuJIghtei
hanthatin ge m i tse. ,I.
In addition td t-, nanufateturing or Type, he hs,:'pade
arrangements ply the trade with all mater ai5tece'I
iar for printing offices. .' .
S B.-Eitors ,of eootlrt papers- giving aI fe.w taso ion
to this advqfimsement, witbe allowed $8 in Type,byjlta
king fburtimo'the amountt,
S- New Vorn, Awgmt.-2h, 13. ss
j r u i ,Oi'- V.... K.- P ~_r[, al t Ud
ijl othot-kinads, foir-sale by t~emisIbiNart-. Also, Iagie
hGuntpowderin pannlsitrsfo 8p.'Stanh.: :. Dpo" s.3Agle
Powder lixwaIrwianredplehlBW, qoiee Any other So rwr Powdw beitotoi iBprfil.. Tihe dif-
SferenLisdf EgaIePitlaer arm )J of t .e;qua.lty,
being maz$ufa10tu1pdby the sane pve su aud nfi materlsai
of equalypity ; they d er oly tp tk sie of a4e grain.
Supernne Sporting,r.ow4tri0, I tasof. .two ise. the
largept gra kke ingjeeBao.b!a l#.l, with stats.
S.Al~So, Gunpowder I kegI.Wn'rretni of.aa "r tAU lity
jlh~efollfwmgkins s ;-" _.: .... ..
7 FFand Fl lazed, Fr0 and O Frough
noon- or Rerung, fr.
Jf : KP .....N ... P ,
Trhe thres'aqtkhindq a 6c.alled Nov owdeo being
-of the quaty msanufqturet t#!Be Vp= gt" tes avy.-
Teey answer the, bew fa ; bloWtsi riqck,, on acouantto
then vry rpatusagth.
*y -^FAS C KA Ma aftptepet
41-No Powd asswoIsari a'4, gqa'e. buBqas. Is
purchased from ,,ui ageats, ,O those who arq known to be
supplied by them.,.

ro60 terria s ofr variidciues, and in perfect condition
Also, Mushrooms -
Green Peas, Green Beatup Apar.gusa, Strawberriesn
Peaches, Cheirries, RaipberAeis &c.; and a variety of

N.B. F11-a-it. iecr Mn ttr. o
Pates of a tfme, jutl recelaWb Wt-heitai8n; tiiavaglsfr
F- rance1 by ..' ..ER k O.
,I T : 1 I MaI4en nte.

Ser and Grocer, L4!W.GvniwAchst, has on hanid supes-
riorloaf, lump and crushed ugsir, al4o wblteCarthage.w
Sugar,stuprro Barbadoes, Poo Riop amA browt.Havans
SugaR,iogethM with-&g ifr I Ess.4vaxistof rocel le.'
X. 13. Iniviessupp a. rewbsappf~n, Putter. Uoodsii
sent to any pag; of n-e pir with9uitolkarejj)1irtwrge,
felS -

:' 5i basn old Gdvrrnmentr Jalk Coffee


To sail from New York on the 25th, and Liverpool on
the lt ofreach aouth.
I- -.,M .NEW -YORK.
Ship-SHUtIDAN Capt. Aug. F. Depeyster, 25th May.
Ship GARRICt-, Capt. A S. Palmer, 25th June
SNew ship ROSCIUS, Capt. John, Collins,26th July.
Ship SIDDONS,Capt N. B. Palmer, 25thAugust.
New ship ROSCIUS, 13th May.
Ship SIDDONS, 13th June.
Ship SHERIDAN, 13thJuly.
Ship GARRI(K, 13th August.
SThese ships are all of the first class, upward* of
1000 tons, built initho city of l"ew York,with suchimprove-
ments as combine great speech with unusual comfort for
passengers. Every care has been taken in the arrange-
ment of their accommodations. The price of passage
hence is $140, for which ample stores, including vlne,
&c., will be provided. These ships will be commanded
by experienced masters, who will make every exertion to
give general satisfaction. Neither the captains or owners
of these ships will be accountable for any letters, parcels
or packages sent by them, unless regular bills of lading
are signed therefore. For freight or passage, apply to
C. K. COLLINS & CO. South st. New York, orto
SWM. &StJAS. BROWN & CO.,. Liverpool.
SLetters by the packets will be charged 121 cents per sin-
gle sheet, 60 cents per ounce, and newspapers 1 cent each.

Louisiana and New York Line of Packets.
(To sail every Saturday.)
Ship MISSISSIPPI, Beebe, master, to sail 9th March.
LOUISVILLE, Allen, 16th "
SARATOGA, Hathaway, 23d "
HUNTSVILLE,Eldrldge," 30th '
New ship 6th April.
New ship 13trh
New ship 20th
8hip YAZOO,Trask, "6 27th "
6"' SHAKSPEARE, Cornell," "t 4th May.
The above ships are all oftre firstclass, coppered and
copper fastened, of a light draft of water, and built in this
city expressly for the trade, with elegp nt accommodations
for passengers, and commanded by able and experienced
masters. The price of passage from New York to New
Orleans ts fixed at $80, anti from New Orleans to New
York at $90, without liquors. They will at all tiees be
towed up and down the Mississippi by steamboats andi the
strictest punctuality observed in their time of sailing.
Neitherthe ownersor captains of these ships will o e re-
sponsible for jewelry, bullion, precious stones, silver or
plated ware, or for any letters, parccel orpackage sent by
or put on boardofthem, unless regular billsof lading are
taken forihe same, and the value therelnexpressed. All
goods sent to thesubscriber, will be forwarded free of com-
mission. For freight or passage, apply to
E. K. COLLINS t CO. 56 South St.
No goods received after Friday evening. mh9
-On and after May 9th, the Steam-
Q boatt PASSAIC will make three
Trips a day from New York to New-
ark, Sn 1e as follows:
New York, Newark.
Fobodf Barclay st. Centre Wharf.
81 o'clock, A M I 6J o'clock, A M
12 PM ,14 "
4 1 :t at 3 'c c '
QOn Sundays the P SIAIC will leave-
In O'Clock, A M 7J o'clock, A M
5 "' P M 3 P M
Fare 186 cents. May 7
TThe steamboats HOBOKEN and
g t _<.. PIONEER will ply constantly be-
t WWMMOM l lsweep Barclay street and Hoboken.
he NEWARK will leave Canal stieet at the commence-
ment of each hour and half hour, and Hoboken every in-
termediatequarterdurin. the day. mylO0

: tand after the lstday of Mlay, the cars will leave
Walker street. and Harlem, from 6 o'c'ock A. M. to 9
o'clock P.M. in the following o0der- 6 o'clock A. M.,7,8.
81, 9,99, 10, 11, 12, 1 P. M., ana every half hour until 8
o'clock P.M.
Extra cars wilt be furnished, when required by parties,
at $5 a trip each way.
N B -Passengers observing any neglect of duty or In-
solent language on the part ofany one employed by the
Company, are requested to make their complaints at ,the
ol0ce,77 Bowery. By order of theCommittee,
mh29 J. S. WHIGAM. Superintendent.

Daily, -,Sundays excepnea,) at 7 o'clock, A. M.
from pier No. 2. North River.
By-steemboat INDEPENDENCE to South Amboy,
from thence to Bordentown, via Railroad, and frpm
tince in steamboat, and arrive in' Philadelphia at 2
o'clock, P.M.
Fare in the above line, $3. Forward Deck E assengprs
to Philadelphia, $2 24 .
o'clock .,oat, via RaglZad to Highlstowe, from t hencq no
-irehold-y stages. Fare to-Freehrld,& 50 .
,TWEN-TON LINE-By the 7 o'clock boat. Fare to
-Wreinon. $i. Forward& deck passengers toTrenton,
yi o.
-Fareto Pertha dSouthAmboy,0cents.
,- a S"o ---" "' RtBA BXLtfBS,AgenL
Breakfast and Dinner on board-Breakfast, cents;
:$nney, 6O cent. .
*AlIBaftageattheri. ao 't'"wner. mhl-S
ia N.e r New LiNE-.DIRECT. .
Via Newark, New Brunswick, Princeton an T'renton.
Througlvih SIx Hours.
LeaveiNew-York, (*pm ihe foot of Liberty'street, daily.

,' Miorning Line, at 9 o'clock, A. M.
Afternoon Lire-at 4Iso'clock, P. M.
Fare through in beth lile, $-4. "
Fare to'Trer.,onm $2 50; o P.incetou, *2.
passengers will prbcutre their ticKers at the Office, loot
of Liberty street, where a conimodtous Steamboat will be
readiness to convey thenrto Jersey City, with baggage
crates -m board

Philadelphia baggage goes through without being open-
ed by the way.
Returning, the Lines will leave Philadelphia at 81
o'clock A M. and 5 P M. mv27
Newark, Elizaldthtowo,'Rahway, and New Brunswick.

Leave e YIrork (at the foot of Liberty st.) I
At 9 o'clock, A. Mh. daily.
14t P M. do.
o n6 P.M. do.
Leave Naw Brunswick.
At 7j o'clock, A.M do.
1ti4 noon do.
9 P. M..do.
On Sunday, the 6 P. M. trip from New York, and 7j
A.M trip from New Brunswick, are omitted.
Fare between New- York and Elizabethtown, 371
cents; Rahway, 60 cents; New Brunswick,75 cents
S (Foot of Courtlandt st., New York)
Leave New York I Leave Newark
iSi o'clock, A. M. 65 ,"
9 7 I
11 I 9 "
', P. M 10ij "
4 i 6 P. M.1
o .1 1< 3j "
8 5 t "
On Sunday, leave New York, 'oot of Liberty wt, 9 A M,
aidt 41 P M; leave Newark 1 P M, and 10 P Ni.
gVAt ,i4 (Sundays excepted.)
Le1eNew.York at,12 o'clock P. M ; and leave New-
arkat 10 'clock P. M
Fare between Jersey City and Newark, 371 sents.
SPassengers who procure their tickets at the Ticket'Of-
Aces, receive a Ferry Ticket gratis, besides preventing
confusion and delay after crossing the river.
Tickets are received by the Conductors onlymon the
day when purchased. -
the Town Tracks ti the CIty of Newark have been un
derlet, and passengers will be carried to andfrom the De-
pottome.at the arrival and departure of thetrainsfor 61
c nseach. my27
CHAINa, &c. kc.-The subscribers receive or-
dels for every description of railroad bars, spikes spli.
ctin plates, chains for inclined planes, stay and short
lip iof improved patent iron, Locomotive engines, &c.
c.,r at 'ianuftcturoers' prices. A distinguished Engineer
residei.d1i Engdand, for the purpose of inspecting all rail.
nwy iroO and machinery ordered through us.
On hand for sale.
F A i nnh2i. 2 nrl .h ~i. rail&. _* I- ie < tas t*


The proprietors of the several Lines of Packets .e-
tween New York and Liverpoolj have arranged fortheir
sailingfrum each port on the 1st, 7thli 13th, 19th and 25th
of every month ; the ships toeaucceed each other inithefol-
Iwing order, viz.



0 o

> c"..r ..a .. "
ae wih ea acom mo as -f ss eg so h

priceof pasagefro e Yr o Liverpol, s^ e
10 a d- from Li Pepo o to 0New Yr t 0)5 gi n s

signed therefor.
geto shI-, Ps Oo Nr =s u 5'
c (a 2L 8 F

lubs -- outh Aeia, Eng and, Orhes and
GODUc H. MAf;HLL & or16SuhsN ok
AR0-2iNG B T SO. S Lero

AgenOWe fo sipsWesChester, irgnan, Sheffield an
2- e-

Unte Staes
4 CD0f-

a a ao .. a a a. -

ROBERT c KERMIT,07 Sot st New York.^
ad WashinAgt4----
(-i- f)i> '- as -'f as i-'- as

1n340 Fot3 st, New 0or.

Aget a orsaips ao as idos Seianad
je13. W:-. J s B W C s'O. -ierool.
t^tW<-t 01

Lavaoa hereaaaer
CA C.1

ceo eo Lv o ls o
n 0ud Cn" wei e C c a ca
tai-io. Towne Rs wil -be ons-b o -r alet s pa

celopc es regul ar blD--8s- os-f lani an-19
signe t herefey. or ."

Augen. o hisOfrd1ot9Aeie EuOpe, Co
lu > 1mbus Soth Amrica Elndrpheu a Ca m-

Apridlget un
.T N THUE C. ? 64A-outh atN ." Yr.

Jan "* .. .. iro -^' -'"5 sa
C. H.AWR l.OMlt.
eto 19 -NoC"-- .T We EU R OP W--1 t .N ar- -

aThese ships aie all of the first class, andaycoi, mandj
price of passage from New York to Liverpool, fixed
at $140, and from Liverpool to New York at 35 guineas,
including wines, stores and bedding. Neither the cap.
tainsor owners will be responsible for any letters, paro
cel'i or packages, unless regular bilis of landing are

signed therefore.
Agentsfor ships Oxford. North America., Europe, Co-
lumbus, South America, England, Orpheus, and Cam.

brieGOODHUE & CO. or D C
134 South at, N. York.

BARIeNG, BROTHERSo & CO. Liverpool..
Agentsfor ships Westchester, V irginian, Sheield, and
United States,
ROrBERT KERMIT, 75 South st, New York.
T. & I. SANDS B& CO. Liverpool.

Agents for ships Shakspearie, Ir d ependence, Roscoe
and Geo. Washington,re o rdecpti a wth

134 Front sat, New York. s
Agents for ships Rozcius, Siddons, Sheridan. and
E. K.COLLINS & CO-.66Southsat N. York.


TosaiLine of Packets for Liverpool will herfoll be
despatched in the following order, excepting that. when the
sailing day fall s on.Sunday, the ship will sail on the suc-
epeding day, viz!
From N. York. From Liverpool.
July 19" Sept. 7
Nov.19'e The ORPHEUS-575tons-D.G.Bailey Jan. 7
Aug. I1 ASept.19

8hpIarP.DNG, 9. i.Ma 7.
Dec I1,The CAMBRTDGE-850 tons-Ira jan;19
April.I Barsley. May 19
Aug. 19 Oct. 7
Dee 19 r The OXFORD-800 tons-J.Rathbone. Feb. 7
AprlllQ tJune 7
htp The NORTH AMERICA-610 tons .cF..19
May.I W. E. Hoxie. FJuebj9

Ma y true 1Jne June192
Nov 7 AuNov.
9The EURO PE-618 tons- E. G. Mar- Nar. 7
Oct. 1 The shall. -Mr
May 19, a July 7
Fb. 1Ih COLUMBUS-663 tons-u T B. A(rN 1
June I 1 CJuly 19
Oc9 The SOUTH AM'RICA-GiS tons-_D
V-sb. 19 W. C; Barstow- Apeil 7
June19)i Aug. 7
r LIThe ENGLAND-730 tons-B. L.De.pr9l
July I Aug. 19
These ships Wre all of the first class, commanded'by
men of-character and experience, and are furnished with
stores of the best kind. Every attention wIll be paid to
passengers, to promote their comfort and convenience--
-Tpe r-ate of passage outward is fixed by an understanding
with the propriewors of the other lines, at *140. including
wine~s, and snores of every description, anid $120 without.
Neither the captains or ownet a of these ships will be re
spoflSbLa ftmra ltier., uawes4., ar paOkegoa neat by
them, uniesf regular bills of Lading ars sfgnedl therefore.
For-freig ht or pasa. or, 64p SottoNY
C. H. MARSHALL, "80aB' -
apl6 and to BA RING, BROTHERS &t CO, Liverpool.

Tosa~tiwNtYor~cand Liverpoolin the following
Torde lr: m Ne Fro -IPi y0ENC (Ag I Sept 2
EzraJ~ye, ii.Apr 7 May 26
Ship ROSCOB, 'Sep7 Oct 25
Jo.sC.Delano,| n.My7 June26
ShlpGEO. WASHINGTON, (Oct 7 Nov 25
Hy. Holdredge, 'J 1 w%;e 7 a,2
Ship SHAKSPEARE, /Nov7 Aug ^6
Edward Cornell )M arl De 2

These ships are all ot the first class, ab commanded,
with elegant accommodations for passengers. The price
of passage from New York to Liverpool is fixed at $i40 ;
and from I.iverpool to New York at 35 guineas, including
wines, stores and bedding.
Neither the captain nor owners will be responsible for
any letters, parcels, or packages, unless regular bills of
lading are signed therefore. Apply to
Agents, 134 Front st, or
sel8 WILDES, PICKERSGILL & CO., Liverpool
to sail on the 1st, 10th and2Oth of ainerymonth.

This Line of packets, will hereafter b composed o
thefollowing ship, wiich willsucceeder : otherin the
ordei in whichtb-y are named, sailing p jnctually from
New York and Portsmouth on the e1st, 10th and 20th and
from London on the7tt. ,17th and 27th of each month
as follows:
From New York. From Lond. h Ports.
Jan. 1 )Feb. 17Feb.20
May 1 ST.JAMES, 14 Sebor ....,... Sept. 1) (Oct 11 Oct.-20
Jan.20) rMar.7 Mar.10
May20 GLADIATOR, Tbom BrItto July t July 10
Sept.20) Nov.7Nov.l0
Feb. 10) Mar.27 Apr.1 I
JuneI0 QUEBEC F H. Hebard. 1July27 Aug.1
Oct. 10 kNov.27 Dec 1
Web.a20 1 Apr. 7 Anr 10
hne20o WELLINGTON,!D.Chadwlcx Aug. 7 Aug.10
Oct. 20o (Dec. 7 Dt .10
Mar.10) (Apr.27MBty 1
July 10 SAMSON,* JRussell Stuarges Aug.97 Sept. 1
Nov.10- Dec.27 Jan 1
Apr. 1) May 17 May20
Aug .1 ONTARIO, Henry Huttleson Sept.17 Sept.20
Dec. 1) kJan. 17 Jan. 20
Thiese ships are allofthe first class, aojut 600tonsoui
hen, and are commanded by able and experienced navi
gators. Greatcare wil Ibe takenthat the beds, stores, &t.
are ofthe best description. The price of Cabin passage
snow fixed at $140, outward, for each adult, which in
eludes wines and liquors. Neither the captains nor the
*wnersofthese pac!-ts will be responsible for anyle
-..a, parcels, or packages sent by them, unlessregular
111 s of Ladting areisigned tharetor Applyto
sell )134 Frontost.,NX.Y

tT o saIl from New York on the 6th, 16th, ard 24th, and
from Havre 1t, 8th, and Ifthofevery nmonh.'
PFom New- York. From "atrre.

SMadeira-Newton, G. M. and S.'s; LeaPs; Ho;w.
ard, March & Co.'s; Blackburn's, and others, in casks,
on draught, in demijohns, and bottled Port, of the most
esteemed brands, in casks and demijohns; also of extra
quality, bottled. Sherry-W. Duff Gordon's, and Pale,
Brown, and Gold, in casks, draught, and bottled.-
Rhine-Rutesheimer, Marcobmonier, Steinberger, Hoch.
heimier, Johannesberger Rauenthaler, sparkling Hock,
&c.; also, the Moselle, Brauneberger, and Siharzberger
Bordeaux--Chateau Margaax, C. Lafitte, Latour St. Ju.
lien, Pauillac, Leoville, with other C!a'ets, of various
grades and prices, in cases; Sauterne, of tvarious bands.
Burgundy-Sparkling and still; Chambertin, Volnay, atid
homanee Malmsey, L. P. Teneriffe, Lisbon, S. MIa.
de.ra, ke. :hampagne-Heidseick, Giape, and various
othet favourite b, hands, pints and quarts.
LIQUORS. -Brandy-Otard, Dupuy & Co., 1827 and
'30; Champagne Brandy, 1815, '45; also, bottled, superior
quality. White Brandy, of high proof, for preserving.
Peach Brandy. St Cioix and Jamaica Rum, bottled and
draught.-Bay Rum. Scotch and Irish, real Malt, and
Monongahela Whiskey Gin-Holland, on draught; Lon-
don Excise, and Cologne Gin, bottled. Arrack-Absinthe,
LIQUEURS AND CORDIALS, of every description.
Orange, Lemon, Citron, Canelle, Menthe, Annizette,
and other Martinique Cordials; also, Curacoa, Maras-
chino, French Annizetre, in baskets. Rvspberry and
Cherry Brandy.
MALT LIQUORS -Brown Stout, Double and Single,
in pints and quarts, small packages or otherwise, best
brards. English, Scotch, and Philadelphia Ale and
SYR"PS-Lemon, Raspberry,- Sarsaparilla, Ginger,
HAVANA SEGARS of very superior quality, always
on hand, in quantities to suit purchasers.
GREEN .TEAS-Imperial, Gunpowder, Hyson, and
Young Hyson, in cannisters, caddies,- half chests, and
chests, selected with great care from late importations.
BLACK TEAS,-Orange Pecco, Flower d., Pouchong
and Souchong, in small boxes, or by Ib, half chests, and
COFFEE-Mocha, Java, Manilla, Liberia, &c.
COCOA, in Shell and prepared, in small boxes.LCocoa
Shells and Bean. A
SCHOCOLATE-Zealand, from the pure Caraccas Co-
oa. spiced ; also, plain.
PRESERVES, of Havana, assorted, and of the East
FRUITS-Bunch Raisins, inwhole, half, and quarter
boxes; Figs, in their season ; Bordeaux Prunes ; Citron ;
Sutana Ristns; Zarte Currants; Princess' and Bordeaux
Almonds; Grapes, in their season.
FISH-Sardines, in oil; Anchovies, in boxes of one
dozen glass jars; Herrings, Dutch and Scotch, pickled, in
kess; also. smoked. Salmon, soused, in its season; pick-
led, in kits. 0,
SAUCES and KETCHUPS. of almost all the varie-
ties, English and French.
MUSTARD, French and English, in pots bottles, and
10ib and 20ib kegs
CHEESE-Double Ghister, Cheshire, Schabziber,
Parmesan, and American
IIAMS-Westphalia,Virginia, Newbold, kc. Tongees,
Smoked Beef, &c.
SUGARS-St Croix, in barrels, half barrels, or other.
wise; Porto Rico; white and brown Havana; refined treble,
-double, and single Lump and Crushed, in barrels, halt
barrels, or otherwise.
CANDLES-New Bedford and patent Sperm, Mould,
and Paris Wax.
OILS-Sperm, of the finest quality; Salad in baskets;
or Lucca in chests and at retail. 3I
S ,AP-Old Castile, Brown and White.
SPICES-Mace, Nutmegs, Cloves, Cinnamon, and Gin.
ger: White, Black, and Cayenne Pepper.
PICKLES-English and French, in gallon, half gallon
and quart jars, assorts e.
OLIVES- -French and Spanish, of fine quality.
D: This assortment Is varied and increased.
*** These articles will be furnished, delivered in thy
part of the city, on terms as favorable to the purchaser,
as those offi st quality, can be obtained elsewhere in th-
city my6 Im R. H. ATWELL, 81 Broadway,
H OWLAND k ASPINWALL offel t'orsale at 4No
and 55 South street'
Pugar-200 boxes A Boston Refined Loaf Sugar, 100 bbles,
crushed do do do ; 80 do Puerto Rico do
W 'r -A full assortment of pale and brown Sherry ; also,
-iold Madeira, in butts, hhds and qr. casks; 100 qr
casks San Lucar ; 100 Indian bls do; 4 pjpes prime
old Fort Wine ; 50 Indian bis sweet Malaga; 100 do
do Miscat; 190 qr casks Calabria Port.
Dye Wood-3800 tons bright Lima Wood ; 400 do do Cam-
r peachy Logwood.
Hemp-150 bales Sisal Hemp. -
Sponges-50 bales Smyrna Sponges.
Straw-4 cases Cut Straw.
Cassia-150 cases Cassia, inhal picul cases.
Wool-100 bales assorted Barbary ; 100 do; do Grecian
30 do do Bengaza.
Tobacco-159 bales prime Cuba Leaf Tobacco.
Pimento-100 bags Pimento.
Cordage-90 coils assorted Bolt Rope.
Matting-I15o pieces 4-4 and 6.-I Caron batting
Maraachino-40 cases, 1 dozen bottles each
Fur Seal Skins--3000 assorted Clapmatches and Bulls,
Fruit-1000 boxes fresh Messina Lemons
Ra-gs-40 bales Messina Rags.
Pig Iron-1l Otons No. 1 American Pig Iron: 50 do .No. 2
do do do ; 100 do No.l British do do.
Tin Plates-l100cases assorted Tin Plates.
Fenezio Sewing bilk-A small invoice just received, red
blue and black letter Sewing Silk.
Stone Blue-2cases Stone Blue.
Copper-17 pigs Mexican Copper. jei4
& AVIS. BROOKS at CO., 19 and 21 Broad st. offer
9 for sale, on favorable terms-
IRON-300 tons English Bar Iron, assorted, flat, round
200 tons Swedes Iron, common and extra sizes
150 do old and newSable Iron
1 100 -budlao Eneliaish- otlare--mwd, Nov.. 12
to 27
1200 packs 1 st quality, Russia Sheet Iron
65( tons Itailroad Iron, with splicing plates
200 do Pig Iron, of approved stamps
50 do Boiler Plate, English and American
'J IN PLATES-a000 boxes Tin Plates, most approved
brands, j X and extra sizes
1000 ingots Banca Tin
CHAIN CABLES-50 tons of Griffith & Lewis' proved
patent Chain Cablem,assorted, jinchto 1 j inch,
with full supplies of apparatus
BRASS KETTLES-80 casks, assorted, from 1 to 16 o
best German make
NAILS-1000 casks assorted, Wareham manufacture.
HEMP-lO0 tons clean Ruasia Hemp; also, 60 tons East
IndiaJute Hemn
CORDAGE-1000 coils 1at and 2d quality Russia Cordage
assorted, j to 6 Inch-entitled to deuenturo.
DUCK, &c.-1800 pa. ';ght and heavy Ravena-200p
Rtussia Sheetings.
BAGGING-50 roils ; also. 500 coils bale Rope."
FLAX-100 bales water rotted Flax.

WINES-Malaga, dry and sweet, and Muscat Wine aI
qr. casks and bbis. also, Sherry, Port, Madeira,
and Claret, in woodand bottles ; also, dO00 bkts
Champagne Wines.- Ruinart' and other brand
RIO COFFEE-6-5600 bags lot quality of new crop Ri
70 cases Bengal Indigo, entitled ts deb
260 bales green and dry salted Buffalo nides
20 do Cawnpore and MWadras Goat Skins
2oo00 bags Saitpetre, let and 2d quality
2000 bags Race Ginger
300 bales Jut., 200 bales Munjeet I
300 do large, medium and small Gunny Bags
4o do Gunny Cloth, 42 inches wide
80 do Safflower; 30 bales Senna
350 cases garnet, liver and orange Shellac
100 do Lac Dye
10 do Gumn'1ragacanth
10 bales Coir Mats
25cases containing 50 carboys Castor Oil
150 rolls 4.4 white floor Matting
2000 boxes Fire Crackers
10 cases Caasia Oil
1000 mats Cassia, 67 lbs each
TEAS-10,000 pkgs. green and black VTea, consisting' o
Imperial,.Gunpowder, Young Hyson, Souchong
and Hyson Skin,in6 &, 181b. boxes, 241b. cases
chests and half chests.
ILKS & SHAWLS-90 cases Choppa Romals, rge,
medium, and small size-20 cases large "nd
Small Bandannas; also, 80 cases black Sarsn 's,
Synchews, Levantines, Lustrings and Satins -
white and crimson PQngee Hdkfa., Suchan Pon.
gebs and black Hdkfa ; also, 10 cases Canton
Crape Shawls, 3 Cahu ere do
ALSO- 6 chests Turzey Opium, put up for the London
50 bales Brazil Ipecac. mhl2
lV ventlve is better than a Cure "-There Is no medi.
cal observation better established, none moregeneially
confirmed by the experience of the best physiciaiis of all
ages and countries, and none of more importance to the
whole human family, tran the fact that many of the most
difficult and incuf able consumption originate in neglect.
ed coklds. In a climate so-variable as ours, where the
changesofweatherare frequently sudden and unexpected,
it requires more care and attei,.tion to guard against this
dangerous enemy to hum n life, ttan most people imia.
gine, or are able and willing to bestow. The billsot mor.
tality exhibit thIe melancholy fact that the proportion ofl
deaths by this disease are a five to One; Inasmuch,
then, as this fatal disease Ia increasing and spreading wo
widely aid fearful v, and bids defiance to the skill of the
most, experienced physicians,, it is a gratification to the
subscriber to be enabled to offer to all who are of con.
sumptive habits, or those afflicted with distressin*
corghs, colds, asthmasi or any affection of the breast
and lugs,, a reasonable prospect of relief by
using his celebrated Stt enthening Plasters. They

OIviuE I

. every person vending, dealing in, or retailing Strong
or Spirituous Liquors in the City oi New York.
All persons whio shall sell or deal in Str(,ng or Spirituous
Liquois, [except Importers or Distillers selling any Ii.
quors imported or distilled by them, in quantities above
five gallons,] without having first obtained a License for
such purpose from thie Mayor, and the respective Alder.
men and Assitrants of the Wards in wh ch they severally
reside, are su-ject by Law, for each ofience, to the pen.
ally of $25; and in case of Re'.ailers, to the additional
punishment, [by Indictment,] 0of fine and impiisonrinent.
Tavern and Lxcise Licenses will therefore be issued at the
Mayor's Offlce., City Hall, between the hours of 10 and 2
o'clock, on the days trcscrihed as follows, for each re.
spective Ward.
14t. Ward, Wednesday and Trursday, 15th and 16th May
2d do. Friday and Saturday, 17th and 18th May
3d do. Monday and Tuesday, 20th and 21st May
4lh do Wednesday and 'Thiursday, 22d and 23d May
5th do. Friday and Saturd.y, 24th and 25th May
6th do. Monday and Tuesday, 27th and 28th Iay
7th do. Wednesday and Thuri day, ,9.h and 30th May.
8th do. Friday -nd Saturd ry, 31st May, 1st June.
9th do. Monday and Tuesday, 3d and 4th Jirne
10th do Wednesday aild Thursday, 5th and 6th June.
11th do Friday and Saturday, 7th and 8th June
12th do Moiday and 'Iuesday, 10th and llth June.
13th do Wednesday and Thursday, 12th and 13th June.
14th do Friday and Saturday, 14th anrid 15th June.
15th dto Monday anu Tuesday, 17th and i8th Junp.
16th do Wednesd y and Thursday, 19th and 20tl June.
17th do Friday and Saturday, 21st and 22d June.
J, Pj Persons now holding Licenses, are requested to
produce them when applying for renewal ; also, special-
ly requestedto apply within the time as above, to avoid the
penalties of the Law. By or0er,
JOHN MOUNT, First Marshal-
New York, Mayor's Office, May 1, l139. my7 tje27
May i1, 1839.
SOTICE.--Proposals will be received at this Office,
A until Monday, the 10th day of June next, to supply
by Contract the following articles, viz:

Qu'ntity Qu'ntiry
of oil, of oil, Vo. of No. of
LIGHT HOUSES. (surim'er (winter Glas- Wicks -
strain'd) strain'd) ses.
GalJon, Gallons.
Galloo Isl. L. Ontario 320 160 S6 600 2
Oswego & Beaton d. 427 213 4- 800 2
Genesee do 213 107 24 400 2
Sodus Bay d, 213 107 24 400 2
Tibbitts Point do 192 96 24 360 2
Horse Island do 171 t-5 24 3s0 2
Fort Niagara do 192 96 24 360 2
Sto'y Poit do 213 107 24 400 2
Ogdensburg d 213 107 24 400 2
Buffilo, Lake Erie 320 160 36 600 2
Portland Harbor do 320 160) .6 600 2
Dunkirk do 278 138 36 .520 2
Silver Creek do 213 107 24 400 2
Presque Isle do 213 107 24 460 0 2
Presque Isle Bea'n do 85 43 12 160 I
Grand River & do do 278 133 36 520 2
Cleve!and & do do 320 161 36 600 2
Turtle Island do 235 117 36 440 2
Sandusky do '78 138 36 520 2
Port Clinton do 171 i85 24 320 2
Conneaut Beacon do 85 43 12 160 1
Cunningham Har. 4. 64 32 12 120 1
Haran River d 171 85 24 320 2
Black River do 171 85 24 320 2
Ashtabula Beacon do 171 85 24 320 2
Otter Creek do 235 117 30 440 2
Michigan City do 235 117 30 440 2
Salmon River do 213 1Q7 30 400 2
Fort Gratiot, L Huron 213 107 30 400 2
1ois Blanc d( 278 138 36 420 2
Thunder Bay do 235 1U7 24 440 2
Wirdmill Pt,near Det 235 117 24 440 2
Gibraltar do 235 117 24 440 2
St Jsephs, L Mich'n 235 117 24 44o 2
Chicago do 235 117 24 440 2
Pottawatamie d( 235 117 24 440 2
Cumb.Head, L Chain 235 117 24 440 2
Split Rock do. 235 117 24 440 2
Juniper Island du 213 107 24 400 12
8794 4390 1065 16380 .7.5
The Oil to be of the best quality of Sperm-the. tube
glasses to be of the following description, viz :-base to -be
two inches diameter, and two inches high ; chimney or
tube above the base to be seven inches high, and one and
a halfinch diameter.
The articles are to be delivered by the Contractor at the
respective Light Houses m, ntionedl in the list, as early as
possible, andin no case to be delayed beyond the 20th Ju.
ly,next. He will take the receipt of the respective Keep.
ers for every article delivered, which is to be surrendered
to the ustom House, and upon % which payment will be
made to him.
The Contractor will also be required to report the con-
ition of each Light House, and uis apparatus.
d Jel dtIO J HOYT. Collector.
IN pursuance ofan order of the Surrogate of the Coun-
ty of New York, Notice is hereby given to all persons
having claims against Edwin Beach, late of the City of
New York. deceased, to present the same with the vouch
ers thereof to the subscriber, at herresidence, No. 48 War
ren street, or at the office of Burr & Benedict, No. 73 Nas-
sau street, in the City of New York, on or before the
twentieth day of June next.
Dated New York, the thirteenth day of December, 1838,
d14 law6m ELIZA BEACH. Administratrix.
j^Ukt UANT to an order maue oy the Surrogate of
JL the city and co'tnny of New York, notice is hereby
given to all persons having claimsafainst the estate of Si.
las Judson, late ot ,he city of New York, deceased, to
present the same. with the vo,,ehersthereof, at the office
of Pierre Ogilvie Beebee, 4 Wall street, New York, on
or before the first Monday in October next.
Dated New York, March 26th, 1839.
MAR Y ANN JUDSON, Admtnistratrix.
,Y order of Daniel P. Ingraham, Associate Judge o
he Court of Common Pleas, for the city and county
of New York, notice is hereby given, pursuant to the pro-
visions of the statute authorizing atlaehments against non.
resident debtors, that an attachment has issued'a rgatnrt the
eseate of Joseph W Walker, a non-resident of the State
of New York, and that ti e same will be sold for the pay.
ment of his debts, utiless he appear and discharge such
attachment, accoidina to law, within nine months from
tie first publication of this notice; and that the payment ot
any debts due t, him by residents of this State, and the
delivery to him or lor his use, of any property within this
State belonging to him. and tie transfer of any such pro.
perry by him, are fo> bidden by law, and are void. Dated
the 8th day of April, 1839.
SMITH B aRKE R, Attorney for Attaching Creditor,
au8 law 9m

T a Court o Chancery held lor the State of New
York, at the city of New York, on the seventh
day of May, one thousand eight hundred and thirty.
Present-William T. McCoun, Vice Chancellor ot the
First Circuit.
John Greacen vs. Rufus Davenport, and Zalmon B.
Wakeman, and al.
It appearing by affidavit to the satisfaction of thiq courts
that the defendant, Zalmon B. Wakemam, resides out
of this State, but is a resident of one of the United States,
to wit, of the State of Connecticut-on motion of Wil.
liam tnglis, of counsel for the complainant, it is ordered,
that said Zalmon B Wakeman, cause his appearance to
be entered, ara notice thereof to be served on the com-
plainant' solicitor within lour months fromthe date of this
order, and in case of his appearance that he cause his an.
swer to the complainant's bill to be filet, and a copy
thereof to be served on the complainant's solicitor with-
in forty days after service of a copy of said bill, and in
default thereof said bill of complaint may be taken as
confessed by hith : and it is further ordered, that within
twenty days the said complainant's cause this order to
be published in the State paper and in the New York Ame-
rican, and that the said publication be continued ih. each

B Y older of Michael Ulshoeffer, First Judge of the
Court of Common Pleas for the City and County o0
New Yoilk, Notice Is hereby given, pursuant to the prbvi-
siins of the statute authorizing attachments against non-
resident debtors, that an attachment has issued against
the estate of Charles R. Briggs and Moses R. Munn, resial
dents of the State ol"New Jersey, and that the same will be
soil for the payment oftlieir debts, unless they Eppear and
discharge such attachment, according to law, within nine
months from the first pnblihation of this notice ; and that
the payment of any debts due to them by residents ol this
State, and the delivery to them or for their use, of any pro-
petty within this Scate belonging to them, and the transfer
of any such property by them are foib.dden by law, and
are void.
Dated the 18th day of April, 1839.
apil9 law9m Atttiorney for Attacnina Creditor.
tkj OTICE of application lor mtne exemption oi a deb-
IN tot's r.erson from imprisonment, pursuant to the
provisions ofthe fifth article of the fifth chapter of the se-
cond part of ihe revised statutes. Francis Sherwood, as
well in his individual capacity as ore of the firm of B & F
Sherwood. 16
Notice first published April 20th, 1839. Creditors to ap-
pear before the Hon. Robert H Morris, Recorder of the
City of New York, at his officee in the City. Hail of the
said city, on the third day of July next, at ten o'clock in
the forenoon of thatday.
Dated April 19, 1839. ap'20 lswlOw
T a Court of Chancery held for the State uf New
z-l York, at the City of New Yolk, or the eighth day of
April, one thousand eiht hundred and thirty nine.
Present-William T. McCoun, Vice Chancellor of the
First Circuit
Peter Birower. guardian, &c. of the ir.fant children of
Abraham P Brewer, deceased, vs. William H Ellet.
It appearing by affidavit to the satisfaction o1 this Court,
that the defendant, William H Ellst, resides out of this
State, but is a resident ofone of the United States, viz .-
the State of Souih Carolina. On motion of M M David
son, of counsel for the complainant, it is ordered that tl'e
said William H Ellet cause his appearance to be entered
and notice thereof to be served on the complainant's soli-
citor within four months from the date of this order ; and
in case ulhis appearance he cause hi.s answer to the com-
plain.int's bill to be filed, and a copy thereof to be served
on the complainants solicitor within forty days after set'-
vice ufa copy ofsaid bill ; and in default thereof said bill
ofcomplaint may be taken as confessed by him. And it is
further ordered that within twenty days the said complain-
ant cause this order to be published in the State paler and
in the New York American, a newspaper published ir> the
city ofNew York ; and thai said publication be continued'
in each of the said papers at least once in each week for
eight weeks in succession, or that he cause a copy of this
order to be personally served cn the said William H Ellet,
at least twenty days before the time above prescribed for
hiis appearance. Copy,
ap26 law8w JOHN WALWORTH, Clerk.
A T aCoutof thancery, hieldi for the State ot New
York at the City of New York, on the twenty third
day of April. one thousand eight hundre'l and thirty-
nine -
Present-William T. McCcun, Vice Chancellor of the
First Circuit
Andrew Stark, William Whitewright, and William
Steele, executors of Robert McCrea, deceased, vs. SamUel
L. Gouverneur, Maria H. Gouveineur, Robert Tillot on,
Otis Loorner, Charles C. Pearsall, George Y. Ray, Jo.
hannes H. Lott, Frederick W. Boardman, Sarah Besley,
Henry W. Warter, Ezra L. Miller, Ebenezer Mason,
A nthony Arnoux, and Gabriel A Arnoux.
It appearing by affidavit to the satisfaction ofthis Court,
that the defendant, George Clinton Ray, resides out of
this Sta'e, but is a resident of the city of Manchester in the
county of Lancashire, Et.gland. On motion of Wiillirm
'Inglis, solicitor, and of counsel for the complainant, it is
ordered thanthe said defendant, George Clinton Ray, cause
his appearance to be entered rand notice thereof to be st r-
ved on the complainants' solicitor within nine months from
the late ofthis order ; and in case of his appearance that
he cau-e his answer to e comp'ainant.,' bill to be filed
and a copy thereof to be served on the complainants' soli-
citor within forty days alter service of a copy of said hill ;
and in default thereof that said bill of complaint may be
taken as confessed by him. And it ie further ordered that
within twenty (lays the said complainant cause this order
to be published in the State paper and in the New York
American ; and that the said publication be continued in
each of the said papers at least once .i each week for
eight weeks in succession, or that he se a copy of this
order r to be personally served on the said George Cinr.ton
Ray, at least twenty days before the time above prescribed
fur his appearance. Copy,
an27 law9w JOHN WALWORTH, Clerk.
A T a Court of Chancery, held for the State of New
York at the City Hall of the city of New York,
on the: twei;ty ninth day ofApril, in the year of our Lord
one thousand eight hundred arid thirty-nine.
Present-William T. McCoun, Vice Chancellor of the
first Circuit.
James G. King, vs. Harriet B Alvord, Mary E Brow-
ning. and Henry B. Alvord, imp'd with Henry A. Beach
and Dudley S Gregory. executors of D wight Browning, de-
It appearing by affidavit to the satisfactionof this Court,
that Harriet B. Alvord and Mary E Brow ning, two of the
above-named defendants reside out of the State of New
York, but within the United States, and that Henry B.
Alvord, and another of the above named defendants reside
within the State of New York, but has concealed him-
self in order to avoid service of the subpoena issued in this
case ; and, on motion of J. Blunt, of counsel for the
complainant, it is ordered, that the said defendants, Har-
riet B Alvord and Maiy E Browning, cause their respect.
tive appearances to be entered, and notice thereof to be
served upon the complainant s solicitor within four monifa
from the date of this order; and in case of appearance
that they respectively cause their answer to be hile to the
bill of complaint filed In this cause, and a copy thereof to
be served upon the conipla'nants's solicitor v ithin forty
days after service of a copy of said bill, and In default
thereof that the same may be taken as confessed against
them. And it is on like motion f rather ordered, that the
said Heiiry B. Alvoid, do cause his appearanceto be enter
ed, and notice thereof to be served upon the complainant's
solicitor in three months from the date of this order, and
in case of his appearance that he cause his answer to be
filed to the said bill 6f Complaint, and a copy thereof to
be served upon the solicitor lor the complainant In forty
days after service of a copy of the said bill and in default
thereol that the said bill may be taken as confessed against
him. And it is tarthez ordered that within twenty days
the c mplainant cause a copy of this onrer to be pub.
lIahed in the State paper a' d also in a paper published in
the cilt of New York, styled the. New York American and
that the said publication be continued at least onc in
each week in each of the said papers for eight weeks in
succession, or that ihe said co.,plainant cause a copy of
this order to be served personally on the eaid defendants,
according to law, at least twenty days before the time
specified for theirappearance.
my2 law8w fi- 1 Clerk.
AT a Court (of Chancery, hehi for the State of New
York, at thei City of New York, on the twenty-
second fay of April, one thousand eight hundred and

Present-William T. McCoun, Vice Chancellor of the
Fi,'st Circuit.
James Barker vs. John Byrnes and Mary his wife, Pa.
trick.O'Neill, anti Edward McDermott.
It apppearin g upon proof by affidavit made in this
cause by Smith Barker, solicitor foir the complainant that
Patrickt O'Neill aid Edward McDermott, defendants
herein, reside ou. of this State, and are residents of New
Orleans, in tihe State of Louisiana ; on reading arid filing
said affidavit, and on motion of Smith Barker, Esquire,
solicitor for the complainant, It is ordered, that the said
Patrick O'Neill arid Edward McDermott cause their ap-
pearance to be entered herein, anJ notice thereIl to be
served on the complainant's solicitor within four months
from the date uf this order, and in case .f their appear.
ance, that they cause their answer to t'e coriplainatn's
bill to be filed, and a copy thereof to be served on tihe
complainant's solicitor within lorty days after service of
a copy of said bill, and that in delault thereof, said bill of
complaint be taken as conleased by them. And it is fur.
therordered, that within twenty days ftoc the date of
this order, the said complainant cause this order to be
published in the Stati paper and in the New Ioik Ameri.
can, printed in this State, for eight weeks in succession.

D HORNE has removed his office to 204 Ful-
ton street, between Greenwich st. and Broadway.
Strangers are respect!rily appizecd tinttDr. HOkaN
wes bredto the Medical Profession in the city of London'
anLt has been a practical member of said Faculty ofPhysi
42 years for the last 32 in the city of New York. Hi
practice from being formerly general, he has long confined
to a particular branch of Medicine, which engages his
prolour.d attention, viz:--ILuesVeneria Scorbutus, Scro-
fula, Elep' Antiasls, and. in short, all diseases arising
rinmavitia d state ofthe blood. His experiences very
great. His success astonishing. In many thousands o(f
cases committed to his care, of all grades and every degree
of malignancy, he has speedily restored his patientsto
health and a soundconstitution.
He cautionsthe unfortunate againstthe abuse of met
cury. Thousandsare annually mercurialized out of life
Seethat your case is eradicated, not patched up. The
learned Dr. Buchan emphatically observes--" Married
persons, and persons about to be married should be par
ticularly cautious ofthose afflictions. Whata dreadfulin
heritanc( to transmit to posterity." Persons afflicted with
protracted and deplorable cases need not despair of a
co-plete recovery, by applying to Dr. Hornse. Recein
allections, where iocal, are, without mercury, extinguish.
ed in a few days. Whiatgrieves the Dr. is, that many
afflictea,instead of taking his salutary advice, have re
course to advertised nostrums, where there is no rerponal
ability, and the compounders unknown, i by such means,
throwing away tieir money, (where they vainly hopeto
save,) and ruin forever thei- constitution.
Persons who may have contracted disease, or suspec
latent poison, are invited to make application to Dr
HORNE. at his' Establishment, No.204 Fulton at., be.
tweei, Greenwich st. and Broadway. Alesidenceofthirty
wo years in New York city, has radically established
Dr Horne'scharacterforsterlinghonor- and based on rea
respectabilityand skill. Dr.Horne offersto his patron
a sure guarantee._
Offices forseparate consultations. Patients eco nive
come in contact.
Attendance until half past 9 In the evening.
No Letters taken in unless post paid. All city letters
P3 Stultorum incuratapudor malis ulcera ceiag.st
-Horace's 16th Epistle.
P. S.-As long as Dr. Hornedesirestobenefitthe public)
It is proper he should continue his advertisement for tlhe
good ofstirngers, as it is wellknown people areinxtremel
shy in speaking of cases of a delicate nature, even where
l physicians pre-eminently successful. ul,
N pursuance ol an order of the Suirogate of the County
of .New York, Notice is hereby given to all persons
having claims against AlLxander Sydleman, late of Pres.
ton, Connecticut, deceased, to presentt the same with iht
vouchers thereol to thie subscriber, at the office of Win,
fM. Peck, No. 60 South street, in the City of New York, oi
or cefulore the 25th day'of September next.
Dated New York, the 18th day ofMarca 1839
mhl9 law6m Adminlstratrix, &e.
A GUOD MEDIIN X that performs what it promises
to, is a public benelactor. Such the
has proved itself to be, by having been successfullytried
in all parts of the county. Many thousand certificates
might be obtained of its value and efficiency If the pro-
prietors were disposed to collect them, in corroboration of
which they w!ll simply give an extract of a letter lately
received from their agents, Messrs. Masters & Co. of Port.
land, Me., where. coughs, colds, and pulmonary affections
prevail as much as any wheie; and where as great a va-
riety of remedies have been offered. They say, 1" We
ha e universally recommended your Cough Syrup as su
perior to any other cough preparation we know of, and
we are happy'in being able to do so from tihe numerous
and unanimous testimonials mits favor from all to whom
we have sold it. We believe your syrup will eventually
lead all others in its efficacy." The proprietors would
add that what gentlemen say is corroborated by more than
one hundred agents in different parts of the country, and
they therefore confidently recommend it to the public as a
highly valuable family medicine: as on tilial it will be
found not only the most efficacious, but the most pleasant
and agreeable remedy to be met with. They will guarantee
this uiuch by offering it gratis, or to refund the par -n
every case where relief is not obtained.
Sold wholesale by the proprietors,
GODDARD & BUTLER, 8 Gold street.
Andatretail by Rushton & Aspinwall, 110 Broadway
10 Astor House, M. C. Slccum, 303 Broadway, corner o
Duane street, Souillard & Deiluc, 58 Broaday, and 2 Park
Row, John B. Todd, 643 Broadway, corner of Bleecket
street, aud 771 Broadway, corner 8&h street, George W
Ernbry, 77 East Broadway, corner of Market street, D.
Clay, cor. of Varick and Franklin streets, 1. L. Schieffe
lin, corner of Canal and Laurens streets.
For sale also as above. |
This article is confidently recommended for the con-
stant use of all who wish to preserve a sound set of teeth)
with healthy gums and sweet breath. loshowtheestima,
tion in which it Is held by the faculty, recommendations
have been received from the following, aid accompan
each bottle to wit
SDr Eleezer Parmely, Dentist, Park Place, N Y
?eo Clay, Dentist, East Broadway, N Y
N Dodge, Dentist, Canal st, N Y
J Parn.ley, Dentist, Augusta, Geo
SW Parsons, M D, Surgeon Dentist, BotonP ma
SA Davenport, M D, Boston
S A Shurtleff, M D do
Jno Randall, M D do
W Channing,*M D do
S M Weeks, M D. Tuscaloosa, Ala
J H Harris, M D, Nashville, Tenr|
S I Leggett, M D, Surgeon Dentist, Zanecvii,., U&!.6
N Peabooy, M D, do Salem. Mass
Edwin Parnons, M D, do rbitlana,Mo
W K Brown, MD, do do|
F J Higginson, M D, Cambridge, Mass
Dudley Smith, M D, L5owel, Mass.
N. B.-AS some people's teeth require an occasional u
t.'~wder for cleaning them, the Compound Orris Tooth
Powder is highly recommended in all such cases, and i'
for Sale with the above. ja24
CENTRATKD.-. For putfiying the blood, removing
eruptions, &c., from the skin, and all 'mpurtties frim the
system, this pleasant and healthy Syrup has no. equal.-
Perhaps there is no more certain way of promo-tfhi gene-
ral health during the Summer, than by using triai Syrtip ia
the Spring. The medical profession giseK a decided pre.
ference over all the most celebrated Panaceas, Syrup.,
&c., and nu- sing mothers, whose ir.farMs are aicted with
Scald Head, Sore Ears, or. Weak Eyes, are particularly
recommended to use it. Itis perfectly haimrfea, and when
combined with Seidlikz or Soda Water, lbrmst otling
and agreeable beverage.- Used with cold watert-i makes
a very pleasant Summer drink, and may be used with ad.
vantage by most persons at anytime.- "It is prepared trem
the best Honduras Sarsparila, according to the most ap.
proved formulas, and great care hai been taken to keep
it tree from impurities and all obnoxious admixtures.
Prepared and sold, at wholesale and retail by Ihesub.
scriber, at the Bowery Medicine store, 26f4 Bowery, New
York. Baylt
I-" AND PRINTING.-r. & C. WOOD, NO ^ oWall
street, ,,ffer for sale-
Swar, Quills-Alarge assortment of the list qualityby
the hundred or thousand

t, Steel Pens-Perryian, Oillot's,Windle's, and other kinds
Wafers-Red, black and mixed colors of all sixestrane-
parent ditto, and Motto Seals
Wax-Superior English and American of various colors
Ink Stands, Wafer and Sand Boxes of every kind and
pattern, by the dosen or retail
Manifold Writers, Travelling Port Folios and Bank
Note Polt Folios lor Brokers
Maps of every State In the Union Sect*on Maps.
Mitchel's Maps of the United States
Law Blanks of very kind and other Blanks
Writing Paper and Wrapping Paper of all kinds far
sale by the retail or quartity
Chee.t Books-A splendid assortment of Checks on all
the different Banks of the city
Blank Books (of every sort and kind, made to every size
and ruled to any pattern I
Lithography-The subscribers having at a great ex-
pense fitted up their Lithographic, are now ready to exe-
cute at ihe shortest possible notice, all orders in the above
li.e: Su(h as Cinculais, Dralts, Bills of Zxchanga
Notes, Diagrams, Maps, Plans, les, and in a tbeanner
equal if not superior to any other establishment ti the
kind in the city. my9 ir

of the said papers at least once In each week for eightI and once at least in each week, or that the said complain' ULLJER', HISTORICAL DIU'IIONAIRY, )2 votl
weeks in succession, or that he cause a copy of this or. ant cause a copy of this order to be served on the said folio
derto be personally served upon the said Zalmon B Wake- Patrick O'Neill and Edward McDermott personally, at Collier's Church History, 2 vols
man, at least twenty days before the time above prescri- least twenty Jays before the time hereinbetore prescribed Leasfetlo's Bible, folio
bed for his appearance. for their appearance herein. (Copy.) Cyprian Episcipi
(Copy.) JOHN WALWORTH, Clerk' iy3 law8w JOHN WALWORTH, Clerk. Cyprian Opera
(cop.) OHNWAL ORTH Clrki; Can-cetas on Jeremiah
Win. Inglis, Solic:tor. 1A) myll law8w T a Court of Chancery, held for the StateoiNew Coverdales Bible, 4to
N PURSUANCE of an order o! the Surrogate of the A York, at the City of New York, on the twt nty.se- Carpenter's Itroduction to the Scriptures
I County of New York, Notice is hereby given to all cond day of April, one thousand eight hundred anu thirty. Calvin's Institute do Life
persons having claims against William Falconer, late of nine. Churchman Armed, 3 vols
the City of New York, paint dealer, deceased, to present rresent-William T. McCoun, Vice Chancellor t f the Cae'as Lives, 2 vols
the same witn the vouchers thereof to the subscribers at First Circuit. Cave,'s Primitive Christianity
their place ofibusiners as executors, No4 Wall street, in Nicholas Schureman vs. Henry: Wilkes and Shubalt Cox's Lives of the Fathers
,the city of New York, on or before the first day oh Decenm- Hobart and Prudence his wife. 3audels Essays, with notes, by Robinson, 2 vol
her next. It appearing upon proof by affidavit, made in thiscaut e, Claude's Defenoe. Just received and Ior sale by
Dated New York, 15th day of May, 1839. y Smith Barker, solicitor lor the complainant, that Sht. nimy SWORDS, TANFORL CO. 162 Broad'way.
WM. MITCHELL, baIt Hobert and Prudence his wife, delendents herein,ay.
yHORACE SOUrHMAYD, reside out of this State, ac:d are residents of Buston,in the otI SCULLOCH'S DI'CTINARY, Practical, Theore
myl6 law6m Executors. State of Massachusetts: on reading and filing.said affida- il tical arnd Historical, of Commerce and Commercial
T a ourt of Chancery held forth tat o New vit, arnd on motion of Smith Barker, Esquire, solicitor for Narigation, illustrated with naps andplans, a ne* edli
Ta Courk t otfChancery held for the tateofNew the complainant, Itis idered that the said Shubalt Hobert tion, with a new and enlarged Supplement, bringingdow;
York at nthe City of New York, on the th'irtenth and Prudence his wife, cause their appearance to be en. the information contained in the work to the presen:time.
ninday of May, one thousand eight hundred ad thirty. tered therein, and notice thereof to be served on the corn Imported per the ship Queb c, and will be ready for
plainant~s sohecito~r, within four months from the date o'f elmey in D. e PPis TO
Present-William T. McCoun, Vice Chancellor of the pthinanrd solicitor, within four months from the date of delivery in a few days, by
First Circuit. order, and in case of their appearance, that they my20 D. APPLETON & CO 200 Broadway.
The President, Directors and Company of the North cause their answer to the complainant's bill to be fi.ed, N HLIMuN'' ClHAMPALiN.--Tne. s ucribers
River BPrksiofnthre Cito Company of NewYokes.a Nogrs and a copy thereof to be'served on the complainant's.oo. 4 J have, after a careful comparison made by them in
River Bathk of the City of New York vs. David Rogers, licd or within forty days after service of a copy of said Francesin the Champaign districts, selected the, Wins.
and Susan his wtfe, S muel D hogers, and Frances his bill, arid that in defaut thereof, said bill of, complaint be the estate of '" De Brimont," and Which they now have
wiTe, Robert Lnox, John Jacob Astor, John L Ireland, take as confessed by them ; and itris further ordered, the pleasure of offering to the public as a rich and fruity
The .North American Insuranrice Company, anlWilliam that within twenty daystfrom the date of this order, the Wite, and-possessing all the qualities which character
Stevenson, Junior Win adpstsighleheqaite hihcarceize
inSappearenso by aJ davitr to a said complainant cause this order to be published in rho the highest grade of Chanmpaign. From phe uperirity
It appearingiby affidavit to the satisfaction ofthe t State paper and in the New Yt,rk American, printed in arid great extent oflthe stock ofethis estate, a unliorwnhy of
and r iph affidavit v, as duly filed in this Court on the 8h this State, for elgtt weeks in succession, and once, at quality-and regularity of supply in asisured'te, putchasers.
day of April last, thatthe defendants, David Rogers, arid least, in each week, or that the said complainant causes a ihe Wine is put up in the best manner, the bot ipes neatly
Susan his wife, reside out of this State but ate(residents copy of this ordertobe served on the said ShsbaltlHobertl l-haraA bot as
nt'St Croix'. in the.W est lndie )-: O n mo "tion o..f'p oNis o de ob(er4 o he sa d Sh b ltH be t ,h na o .. .. .. ...