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 11, 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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GJ, jUNE 11. 1839. VOL. XX". NO. 73iy.

tlMS--Daily Paper, $to0 pae aUhmW, payable semi-
; antally..
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maavanos .
TrI. Weekly, Tw a.T, -Thsd.4y and. Sattr, at $5,
pay Iable alw"a~in advance. .
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tion, 60 cents; second and tlird ainertqons, each 25
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IUAHR.LALY.-I6 lines, nr over S and les than 16-4
Sm.rstlaStt.n; 7i cents; secmod and third inserttonst
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'A fAUUENTO kupe on taheinud are charged an
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* tAjfiLY pyBfI8ERS, paper iuclu'ded, $40-with-
L out e paper 32perannum: not, however, for a lesi
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adfot S6,000 and under 16
ed for $10,000.and under. 3
-U. A. NICOLUL.Secretary,

Office 64 WVall street.
SW CAPITAL 30 )6& DOLLARS.-Thi5 Corn-
'ianeenta4Iu to make insurance again.stloss and damage
bv fije,s nd the hazards of inland navigation..
R. Havens, preaddent, B. 1. Woolley,
t, ill Taylors Micah Baldwin,;'
S Cornelius W. Lawrence, Joseph Otis,
J. Philips Phmnix, Fanning C. Tucked,
John m isoa, .Meigs i. Benaamih..
hpt& Yaravuxn, John Rankin,
Oavld Ue, John D. Wolfe,
b .: bOi, Hlsted- 'Nathanlo Weed,
William V, Todd," Ferdinand Suydam,
," William Couch ..
l| ... LtWIS PHILLIPS, Secretary.
W all reect-Will make insurance against Loss or
]Papee by Fire on as favorable terms as other odico in
John Wheelwight Thomas G. Talmage
John R. Peter. George S. Doughty
.Ltsel StebbinM Benjamin R Winthrop
JamiaL.. Hamilton burr Wakeman
R.H. Winsl0w Edward Sandford
SAlfred, iltvl M C Morgan
John V. Oreenield JohnnBrouwer
Obadiah Holmes Edward Doughty
Tunit Van Pelt Smith Harriott
Wi. W. Chester Thomas Jackson
John W Mason Jona. H. Ransom
GeorgeG CThomas Henry Erben
Wmin. M. Clarke.
1J4HN 41N3ILSON, Jr Sec'ry.
SGRA HaM kSA4NDaO&DS, Counsel and Attorneys.
je4ty ..

AT@ cOMPANY, No.556 Wall st.
..AT n anpua election hb'd at the office of the Compa
,y, on the 3d day of June, 1839, the followingg gentlemen
were daily elected Directors for the ensuIng year:
S ,, .I .IUOTOltS.
:Jcbbhr oWDu -Ebenezer Cauldwell
JohntR Willib orri:letchum
Silas Hick'i Joshua S. Underhill
oR, tK, Corneai CarlesT. Cromwell
JanBa rer, 9ruellnus W Lawrene
ejammn Corlies Nthaniel Lord
Jndby Murray C1harlesLueelandi
ewBr 1 nc. iawar4 A. Wright
Hf* T7WyXk. BAejamin Clark
.a41!rM. H~lIohertB. MinturD
=ieV D. Wek. Willram'Bradford
oh Wood Thomas W. Pearsai
Thomas W Jonkine SilasWood -
Benjamin Strong George D. Post,
,Geore Hussey Ruben rH.Bowne
Uriah F. Carpenter Albert Woodhull
James H.Titus GeotgelB. Smith
Samuel C Paxson.
At a subsequent meeting of the Board. John L. Bowne,
Eea. was unamoual) re. elected President.
jei,- JAMES WILKIE, Secretary.
1iam street, one door south of Wall. .
I At an annual Election, holden at the office of the Corn.
parny, on the 13th instant, the following gentlemen were
unanimously elected Directors of this Institution, for the
year ensuing. viz:
James McBride, John Moornead,
Abner Weyman, Robet J. billon,
Jorun R. Peters, Thomas Neomith,
John D.Lawrence, Thomas Sufferu,I
Joseph Kernochan, James Bxowen,,
George Coggeshall, |John Brouwer,
John G. Hicks, R. H. Osgood,
Campbell P. White, Robert Dyson,'
Henry W. Hills, William Mandeville,
Hamilton Murray, Jonn Johnston,
Joseph Kiseam.
And at a subsequent meeting ot said Directors, WIL.
LIAM MANDEVILLE was unanimously elected Pre.
sidentof said Company for theiyear ensuing.
The Company still continues their business of Insuring
upon Buildings, Goods and Merchandise from loss or
damage by Fire. GOLD S. SILLIMAN, Secretary.
New York, May 16th, 1889. myl7 lm
LI. .-ParSon mayeffectinsurance-withthis companion
utowewnlives, or the lives of6 others and either for tbe
WheJleduration of life, or for a limited period. The payi
Mnts of premium maybe either made annually or in a
P'nmiumeon onehdndred dollars _

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S17 86 91 1 65 41 1 78 1883 31
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19 90 94 1 73 43 1 89 192 3 51
20 91 96 1 77 44 1 9b 194 3 63
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Mcbney will be received In deposit by the Compary and
*e.u min trust, upon which interest will be allowed as fol
Upon Lumrs'over $100, irredeemable for 1 year, 4j.perict
do do 100, do mom. 4 '4
do ao !00, do 2 "
Win. Bar James Kent
I ho~ac W. Ludlow Nathantiel Prime
Wm. B. Lawrence Nicholas Devereux
Beaj. Knower Gulian C. Verplancll
-- -.r Harmony Henry Brevoort;jr
"JoLn oG. Coster James McBrides
T.omas Suffers JehnriRathbone, Jr
f''n Mason F.G. Stuyvesant

S'IHOICE AND RARE WINES.-The subscribers
S offerfor sale the following old and superior Wines,
most of which were Imported by them direct, and from the
first sources:
25 pipes London Particular Madeira, in pipes, halfpipes
and quarter casks
1000 demijohns do, some of which is very old, and was
selected from the moat celebrated estates.
500 dozen old bottled Madeira, being from 15 to 30 years
old, partimported direct, and partvia India. Also, Mailms
sey, Sercial and Tina.
The finest Pale, Gold and Brown SherryWines In casks,
deutljohns and bottles.
French WIrnes-Chateau, Margaux, of 1827 and 18%.
Chateau Lai.te, Leoville, Palmer, Margaux and St.
Julien. ,
500 baskets De wizmont Champaigne
50 caseaSparkling Hock.
200 cases Sauterne, Barsac and Hermitage.
60 cases 'hambertin Burgundy, in the finest order;
Port Wine. very rare, in cask and in bottle
Hock Wines-Metternich, Johatinesberger, Hoekheim
er, Rudesheimer, and Leitten.
L P Teneriffe. Lisbon and Sicily Wines, for sale by
nl0i A. BININGER & CO, 141 Broadwav.


G RINNELL. MINTURN & CO.. 34 Front Street
Shave for sale-
200 cases English Sheathing Copper, assorted sizes
from 14 to 32oz,
360 English Hoes; 30 bales Mobile Cotton
2 cases Tortoise Shell
00 bales Calcutta Hides; 50 cases Manillia Indigo
W00 casks Gum Seniegall
100 casks Qstbe Madder
600 bags Crud Ginger; 2000 bags Saltpetre
140 bales Jute: 600 do Manillahemp
30 cases Grass Cloths
290 cases China Silks, comprising an assortments
black and white Goods, Sewings, &c.
t75 qr. casks LIeoon White Wine; 180 bag s Sago
_0,000 bushels Germen red Wheat
1000 bhis Danish Flour, entitled to debenture
30 oales4 4 brown Shirtingso 10 casesPrlntedSatisMt.
1100 Australian Sheep Skins:
2400 gallo is Teal Seed Oil. 300 boxes Sperm Candles
1000 bIa Whale Oil; 10,000 lbs. Whalebone
10,000 gallons Winter and Fall Oil
TEAS--Young Hyeon and Hyson, in half chests and
boxes; Gunpowder and Imperial, in half chests, cases
and boxes,balanceex ship Oneida. je25

- -The;Subscribers offer for sale, in lots to suit pur
chasers, and on favorable tirms, a large asortment of
Wines, viz:
Madeira, in butts, pipes, hhds, qr casks and barrels
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 of one dozen, bottled at Oporto
St Lucar Wine, Tenerifle and Canary I
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 Hermitagei"
White and red Lisbon, Bucellas no
Maraschino, Bordeaux Anisette and Cordials
Sparkling Champaigne, of various brands, qts and pts
Hock Wine, do do Sparkling
Bordeaux and Marseilles Ciaret,kinhlwood and glass
&c. &c.
ELondon Porter and Brown Stout, qts and pts
Burton, Scotch and English Pale Ale, dodo
Havana antl PrinOdpe Segars, of various brands
Wine, Porter and Claret Bottles, Corks do
Foreign and domestic Demijohns, differentsizes
Souchong and other Teas
Loaf and Lump Sugar, in boxes and barrels
St Croix do in barrels
Canton Preserved Ginger, Bordeaux Preserves
Marseilles and Bordeaux Salad Oil
Old Java and Laguyra Coffee
SBunch Raisins, Almonds, Sperm Candles, different.sizee
English Mustard, in whole, half and qr boxes
Olives, Capers, Sardines, &c. &c.
GRACIE & CO. 20 Broad st
Orders from'other places wi!l receive attention, and for
warded to any part of the "nite'l States. fel

it INES, &c. 600 dozen Madertaof various Dranu
S and vintages, from 7 to WO years old.
100 doz Brown Sherry, do do do do
100 do Pale do do do do do
100 do Port, ofsuperior quality.
500cases Claret, including Chateau Marraux, Palms.
Margaux, La Fitte, St. Julien, LaTour, &c.,&kc
100 do Sauterne, Lynch's, Barsac. &c.
00 do Vinde Graves,
100 do Burgundy, RomAnee, ContilUhambertli, 3
100 do Hermitage, red and vkite.
100 de Cote Rotie, and other French Wines.
600 co- Champagne, Clicquot and other favoritebiands
100 do ,henish,Hockhelmer, Johannesberger, RBides.
aeimer, Marcobrunner, Liebfraumilcb. &c., Mo.
t ,s~lle.,
tO10 j do Canary, C matantia Muscat, Cyprus,Sweet ano
Dry Lisbnc, Malaga, St. Lucar, &c.
Also-20 pipes old Brandy, Otard, Du Puy & Co. and
Seignette; old Mountain Dew and luIsh Whiskey ; reach
and White Brandy East India Arrack ; Shrub; Metheg-
lin ; Old Jamaica Rum ; Old Gin, and a complete assort-
ment of Cordials and Liquors, say Martinique, Cots St.
Andre, Cui acoa,Maraschino, Roso!;o. &c.
The mosrofthe above forsale ondraft aswell asi n bot
e. by BUNKER & CO., 13 Maiden Lane. ml
SPRINU (P* UDS.-Tne suDbscribers offer for sale.|lthe
following goods, received per late arrivals-
5 4 Cambrics and Jaconet Muslins
6 4 Tape and Satin Check do I
Brocades and Swiss Muslin'
6 4 Prit.ted Saxonies
Mousselain de Lames
black and white Prints
Birdseye and Table Diapera
7 8 and 4 4 Irish Linens|
4 4 a 10 4 Sheetings.
-A AAI- TX1-li---3

Ij P. DE LUZE & VOLZ, No.: 34 Beaver street,
a offer for sale
INES & LIQUORS-20 pires Holland Gin, Black
Horse brand, a superior article, of Messieurs Wm
Paule's c-Siint of otterdam.
30 casks Bordeaux White Wine 41
400 baskettCampagne, Sillery Mousseix
50 do do Oeil de Perdrix
109 do do St Peray
800 cases Chambettin -
.0 do Bordeaux Claret
20 do Kirshenwasser
60 do Mareschino
10 barrels white wine Vinegar
20 cases- inen Cambric andjLlnen'Cambric'Hdkfs
6' bales Dutch Camblets "
4 cases Merinose
2 cases Taffeta Ribbons
3' 3 cases Gros de Naples
.. .. ..A.LSO,
14 barrels'ParlsGreen
casks Sulphate of Soda, proper.forlglassemanui-
3 cases Sponges
S3 cases Pistols .
And| an assortment of Gold and Silver ,Watches and
ifusical Boxes ap20o'
( -Hi. RUSSELL & CO 33 Pine st. have received
C31-) by late arrivals, and offer forl saJethe i[foliowing
spring goods:-. .
Rich Dark Chintz Prints .
Rich light fancy do
Black and white 'do
Alac and white and fancylprintedIMuslins
Mouselline deLaine
Printed' q.uiltiags and Welts",
Scotch Seersucker and checkediGinghams
SPink Chambrays
Madass, Verona end Turkey red Hdkfst
Fancy 'Cotton Drillings
Fancy and plain Linen Drillings
Astrachn and Summer Cloths
Mixed Ermineis
Wqrsted Trowoers Stuff, variousekinds
lacohnet', Lansook, checked and CambricjMuslins
erman Cotton Hosiery
Furniture Dimity
Marseilles Quilts,'9 4 o 124
Double Genoa Cords, 27 inch
Moleskins and Beaverteens
White anJ Drab Satteens
Brocha black asod fancy Shawls
7 4 a g 4 Scotch Tartan do|
Kilmarnock Bonnets
Umbrellas, 28 and 30 inch
Valencia Vestings, light and dark
Fancy woollen Cassimers'
Black "do I
Wool dyed blackand green Cloths:
Fine and superfine assorted coloured Cloths
Flushing, assorted colors
Pilot Cloths-
Red Paddings, 3 4 a 6 4
Blankets, various kinds
Canvass Paddings
Colt" ""-iqff. lew

SATIN STRIPED SILKS-Light, mode, and dark
;colors, opened this (lay.
myO0 CLARKE & COMPANY, 837 Broadway.
A 44 Maiden Ltane, have for sale, cheap, an extensive
assortment of Irish Linens, from low to very fine qualP.
ties ; also, Linen Sheetings, of the different widths, Table
Cloths, Napkins, Towelling-, &c that are good styles,
and warranted free from cotton.
On hand-Summer Quilts. Blankets, &c. je4 St
F RATE PRICES.-To strangers-Strangers visiting
the city will find at FOUNTAIN'S Fancy Dry Goods
Store, (No 281 Broadway, adjidning the American Hotel,)
an entire and complete as-irtment-ofall the various styles
and descriptions of hew French Dry Goods, suited to the
season at such prices as will besatisfactory. Amrang which
are the following:
SILKS-Rich chanEeable or Glace
Rich striped and figured do
Chines, foulard, rj ir u iace 1 "o -
Gros D'Afriques, plain and c.hangeable
G res de Indes do do
Poult de Soles do do
Gros de Naples do do
Rich 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.
T-SHAWLS-Diaphanous, Net, Glace Silk, plain and
Mantillas, Paris Gauss, Mouseline de Laine, Cash-
mere, Thibet Wool and Fancy Hdkfs, of the above de.
EMBROIDERIES-Paris work, of the latest fashions,
Capes, Canezous, Chemizettes, Collars, Capes, &c.
L&CES-Mechlin, Enshish and French thread, Lielle,
Blonde, Bobbinet, &c. Edgings, of all descriptions
THIN MUSLINS-Just opened, several cases of Paris
Muslins, new designs.
t 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
S 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
1 white do do do 200
1 scarlet do do do 200
I do do do do 250
I do t do long do 150
1 white do do 150
i do do do 200
I do do do 250
2 do do do 300
2 rich ao do do $0
1 do- do do do 400
1 do do do do 600
my27 257 Broadway.

SSCIENCE AND ART. is published evy month
by E. LITTELL & CO. 279 Chesnut street, PhilAelphia,
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 of which can be furnished at
Two Dollars a volume in niumbes, or r'wo Dollars and a
Half bound. The New series is begun because we are no
longer able to supply orders for complete sets of the old.
1 Poetical Works of Robert -outhey, Edinburgh Re.
2 Railroadr, Quarterly Review
3 Despatches of La Mothe Fenelon, Foreign Quarterly
4 Earlier English Moral Songs and Poems,'- Black.
wo d's Magazine
Diary of a Dutch Diplomatist in London, Monthly
6 Poetry-The Myrtle; Oaks of England; Lament of
the Cher< kee ; Kate ; Sonnets by Washington
Brown ; To the Planet Venus, Amaranth, Black.
wood's Magazine, Bentley's Magazine
7 German Manufactures and English Corn Laws,
Monthly Chronicle
8 English Poets, vol 1, Examiner
9 Hornet's History of Napoleon do
10 Jack Sheppard, Bentley's Miscellany
11 Fenimore Cooper versus Waltar Scott, 'Fraser's
12 Civil Engineering in America, United Service Jour.
13 Fiaser's Travela in Persia, Monthly Review
14 A Letter from the Falls of Niagara,.United, Service
15 Charles Edward Stuart, Quarterly Review
16 Nicholas Nictleby, Nickleby Papers.
17 Deschapelies, the Chess King, Fraser'stMagazine.
F!-bscriptions received at six dollars a year. by Messrs.
CARVILLS, 108 Broadway, and E. LITTELL & CO,
Philadelphia. myl8

- (IND(N BOOK.,'-.Receivsd ner last arrivals-

wig ~ N

ST. STEWART & CO. have just received from
on board the Louis Philippe-
6 cases of French Muslins and Cambrics of new and
beautiful designs.
2 do Paris Fancy Articles: among which are FiFt and
Taglioni Shawls, Mantles, Collars, Beirs, &c c&c.
1 do Thread Lace Veils, Scarfs, Pellerines, &c
I do Foulard Silks,
All of which have been selected with much care by
Mr. Stewart
The ladies are invited to examine them at 257 Broad-
way. je6.
we ENS UNDER GARMENTS.-A large assort.
'.E ment, varying in quality and size, of Shirts :and
Trawers of almost every description, suitable for the pre-
sent and coming season. Also, Hose and Half Hose, of
all the oiffereut fabrics and sizes. Gloves, Hdkfs, Cra.'
vats, Suspenders, Prussian Dressing Robes, &c, with a
large assortment of Hosiery and' Under Garments for
Females For sale wholesale or retail at the old Hosiery
Store, 14 Maiden Lame, by LN ":
H UGHES & OWYNET, 254 Broadway, offer for sale
at reduced prices, the following seasonable goods,
viz : Paris Muslins and Jaconets, 4s to 6s
Mousseline de Laines, 4s to Ss
Chalies, ef superior fabric and beautiful tex-
Sture, 6s to 12sa; rench Calicoes and
printed Lawns, 2s 6d to 4s 6d.1
Silks, silk muslins, satins, bombazines, cashmeres, silk
and net shawls, scarfs, gloves, belts and hosiery ; para.
sole, made of the best pii n, fig'd and striped Pou'lt de
Soies, in a substantial and fashionable style, expressly for
the city trade, at $2 50 each; French shadel. eiabroidr-
ies, laces, &c.; together with a general assortment of
other French fancy dry goods, at equally low prices.
.'pABLE AND PIANO COVEHS.-The subscriber
Sheas this dayirecelved a:large assortment of Table
and Piano Covers: among Which are 7 and 8 4 Embossed
Cloth Table and Piano Covers, 67 and 84 French printed
Cloth Table and Piano Covers, 5 6,7 8 and 10 4 Worsted
Tablo and Piano Covers, of all colors.* Also, all sizes and
colors of Cloth Table and Piano Covers,
mylS9 J. S. FLEET, 10 Maiden Lane.
U CLOTHS, &c-.S :& L HQOLME8, No 44 Maiden
Lane, have received an extensive assortment of Linens,
from low qualities of stout undressed to extra fine, for col.
lars and bosoms; Linen Sheetings,from 11 to 3 yards of the
different kinds and qualities ; all sizes Damask Table
Cloths; Napkins, &c; :-irds Eye and Russia Diapers; Si.
lecia and Huckabuck Towelling, te, for sale low, by the
piece or at retail
On hand Quilts, Blankets' Flarmels, fc. je7
3.3 HOLMES, No 44 Maiden Lane, have for sale a
large assortment of Blankets, from low to fine qualities.
Also, crib and cradle do.
Two bales Gause Flannels, at low prices, by the piece
or at retail.
On hand-Jeans, Drillings, Erminets, &e, for boy's
wear. je7
SLedies.-The subscriber owing to the termination of
his present business engagements end the 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 Goeds ; among which will be
found an entire assortment of all the newest descriptions
of Silk Goods, Shawls,Emroideries, MousbelinedeLalnes,
Laces, Sbring Calicoes and Muslins, &c.
J S FOUNTAIN, 231 Broadway,
je3 tf (Adjoining the A'merican Hotel.)
Cl LARKE & COMPANY, No. 337 Broadway, have
X1just opened-
One case Jac3net Muslins,new styles
Do rich printed Muslins, mode grounds
Do Mousselain de Lairre, small figures
A few damask figured Silk Shawls
A large assortment of French Prints, chintz figures and
which are offered on very reasonab! terms. my29
LEAD COLORED LAWNS-This day received by
AmyS30 CLARKE & COMPAN Y, 337 Broadway.

50 1
the I

ACKAWANA COAL-Broken and Egg steie, deliver
, ed to consumers in New York and Brooklyn, at $6,
per ton. Also, Nut Uoallat $6-all free of cartage
ply. at-the office, at the junction of East Broadway an'
laion street, at 58 William, corner of Pine street, or &
Coal Yard, foot of Jackson street, Brooklyn. d14

L ACKAWANA COAAL Jir sale by the cargo.. in
quire at 53 William street, corner of Pin. d14'
M "tOAL.- The subscribers have on hand Liverpool Or
%_y rel, Sidney, Pictuu, VirginIla, fine Llverpooh Riddled.
Newcastle, and Cannell Coal, for the grate and -tnandfac-!
turers' use, for sale atthe market rates, in rots to suit pur-
chasers& LAING & RANDOLPH, 250 Washington st,
corner of Le Roy and Greenwickst, and :
mhl9] E. Broadway and Governeur sts.
ACKAWANA COM--For sale iby the cargo-De-q
-.j4 liverable at Broolr. Apply at the :office of tbe;
Delaware andHudson Catal.Cor pany, 53 Pine street
New York, or to ALFRED WRIGHT, Agent, at'Prov/,
dence, Rhode Island. ': *". ; d4tf'A
V IRGINIA COAL AFLOAT-Nowland4n fromsehr
S Elizabeth a cargo of Virginia ColUq, of list rate
quality for smiths) use. For sale in lots to sut purcha.
sets, by. LAING & RANDOLPH, 251 Washington st, -
and corner of East Broadway and Gouverneur street.
myl4 : ,

NI OTICE.-The Principal or this WIptution, gratefu
for the very general approbation with which his plan has
been received, bogs leave again to briinitto the notice of
that portion of the public who desire for their soas a
sound, practical, and christianeducaotio.
Third Year.-The first term of td. third year of.
the Institute will commence on Wednhstay, the first of
May next, and with materially extended facilities in al-
most every department. Essential nadxtons have been
made, especially in the department of Mdern Languages.
The instruction In French particularly ifiobest that could
be secured. z
Buildiags.-The buildings for the lItute are now.all
completed, and were erected for the puilpe to which they'
are devoted. They are new, spacious, etsightly; andare
fitted upon aconvUenence of plan, and4peatness of style,
which are not exceeded. They. comp-.atccommodations
for fifty pupils, rooming in pairs--fl je Instructots-4
the Princ pal and the family-a 0s-i U lRoom-Re
citationRooms-a Readina Rooo--a teratory-and a
Chanoel, ;
Locatton.-The location Is unsurpa fo r heatkfnesi
and beauty. It is upon an eminence ,. suburbs of the
city securing, by its retirement and e*|ison, a free and
healthy atmosphere, and command. extensive and
delightful view. It is such as to render unnecessary for
the pupils to have any connection ithe'city. except,
when occasionally permitted by the |neipal,'f0r social
intercourse, and purposes of business." T .,,
Grounds.-The Grounds connected th the establisq;I
meant are ample and beautiful, afford"' full scope for re,
creation and amusement.
Teachera.-The Instltutioni .carridon by the Prlnei
pal, and assistants of character and ea rience in the prn
session '
Doitg.-Its design is, to impart at ugh and prac.
tical education, upon decidedly chr an principles-to
unite sound learning with pure rellglo .
Plan and Government.-It is cond4ied upon the plan
of a well regulated Christian family or the time, the
adopted home of its members -.
Thle Principal, regarding himself the place of a pa
rent, encourages 'a free and open lt n.uree between the
pupils aid himself, and e-deavors, winning upon the
affections, and, by the presentation proper motives, to
induce a faithful discharge of duty. he government is
therefore strictly parental.
Arrangement. -In agreement wit the natural const
turion pf the pupil, the school is arran in three depart
mer.ts, the Moral, theIntellectual,'; the Physical .
Moral Department.-TheMoral D)trment, which in-
volves the government, is supplied by Principal *It em
braces a course of moral and religiou!tlea, adapted to
each pupil. To the Holy Scripturee' natantreferenceis
made, as the foundation' on which se may be built
solid and enduring character, and asg nly safe and prol
per basis of Christian education. 1 views of scriptUre
truth, and of religious duty prosen, are in strict ac]
cordance with the doctrines, discipli-i,-and worship of the
Protestant Episcopal Church. It i _e constant endeal
vor in this department to win over.-> the Saviour, and
to his body-the Church-the first o0rngest affection
of the youthful heart. :
Intellectual Department.-The tllectual Depart[
meant embraces all the ordinary Englih branches peCes
sary to business and commercial ptuliss; additional, ft
cilities for instruction in the higher. apartments of e9rn"4
ing, with reference to College requirptents, to Teadcin.g
the Professions, and Civil Engineerin% also in Vocal MuR
sic, Drawing, and the Modern Langdi-es. It is conduct
ed by the Principal and assistants, id by such nk. termss
as it is necessary trom time totime employ.
Instruction In this department is spddaily directed to the
understanding. It is the endeavorlre to Improve and
strengthen the thinking powers. 'e pupils, therefore,
are taught the rationale of wbateve.omes before them;
more attention is paid to principles td rules. Particular
regard is had to the intended futureAestination of the pu
pil, and his education is directed a rdingly. He may
befitted for the Counting Room, for glneering, for Cols
lege, for Teaching, or for the study -the Profeasions.
Physical Department.-The Phical Department Is
intended for exercise and health. b siC superintended al
ways by a master, who has the supt'vtsion and direction
of the pupils in all hours not taken itn the exercises of
the school, and instructs in agreeabliud useful exercises,
promorive of health and happlnemss.
Manners and Babits.-Special attention is paid to man
nere and habits. Association with ,p family, and witt
occasional company, is, for their iipnpemem,encouraged
It is the endeavor to prepare the puoll to move with proi
priety and ease in every circle ot sociMty.
Requrements.-The admission ofpupils is restricted to
no particular age. But diligent atAen tW. _..j perform.
tince of duties, anu ptoprietyof d6(iz, eiat, are expected
| all who become members of thelnstittliop
Record and Reports.-A daily record of the delfien
cies of pupils in their several classesiakept by each teach
er, which is weekly submitted by the principal to each pu
pl; and, atthe expiration of fcur weeks, to the parents or
guardians of each. in the form of a rort. :
,hPocket Money.-Pupllsehave b ttle reasonable use
for pocket money) They are supl e by :the principal
with all necessaries, and more thn these serve only to
create and nourishartificial tasteii al wants,which have
an unfavorable bearing en future racter. They will,
therefore, be allowed ao money, beihat the pleasure of the
principal. This rule is imperative, a enforced, Paves er0
s ense utnrent andcharat':-_-l,~
AllU1., e31fla d for the use of the
pupils, and distributes only "n an order from the principal,
No accounts wil in any casv, be mad. for the pupils, noi
will any expenditures be incmred for them,further than tht
amount of money deposited for.heirsum.
Wardrobes.-A directress is en.ployed to take charge ol
the wardrobe who devotes herself exclusively tothat duty,
S To save much trouble, every punrl should have each ar
tidcle of his clothing distinctly marked with the initials ol
his name, and possess complete inventory of the whole
He should also have, as his own.l.'operty a set ol
brushes and combs, a Bible" and a "Book:ofCommor
i Examinations.-An examination is held every Friday
of the divisions under the several Instrrtcrs, in rotation;
and a general examination of all the divhions at the clos<
of each term. These examinations are open to the friend
and patrons of the Institution.:
Exhibitions.-An exercise in composition and decaama,
tlon will conclude each of the semi-annual examinatons.
.apparatuss.-The Labaratory s furnished with appa
ratus sufficient for the requisite illustrations in the several
departments, and to exhibit practically the several subject,
connected with the course of studv.
Terms.-The terms are $230 per annum, payable hal
yearly in advance. Requisites, such as fuel, lights, wash
ng, mending, .beds, bedding, books, stationery, &c. ar
urrished, 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 fou
weeks; at the expiration of the second one of two weeks
knowR as fall and spring "vacations
Directions.- Persons desirous of placing pupils in th
Institute, or of o.. sing further information relative to it
may address the Prindpal, either personally, or through
the Post Office, or J. W. Mitchell, Esq., 63 Cedar street'
New York. Circulars may be obtalnedjon applicatiout i
either of the above; also at the book store of Swords. Stav
ord|i C,,.New York.


EHIGHt CiOAL.-LEHIGH COAL for sale in lots.
A to suit purchasers, in lump, broken, and nut sizes,
LAINO & RANDOLPH, 250 Washington,
iS 6t and cor. Cast Broadway and Go.uverneur.

.e -and effectual remedy for the summer complaints,
viz : Diarrhoea and Ch4lera Morbus ; also Flatulent and
Spasmodic Cholics; having been tested throughout the
State of New York and elsewhere, during thelast twelve
years, with complete success.
This is undonitecUdly ;khe bestMediqine now in use for the
above named diseases, and most of the Coughs, Lung
complaints ar.d BowieW afe&& ons ,!Ucidant to out country.
The pummer. and autuipmnal Diarh.as commonlyy known
by the term Dyuen[trles) that veatly make such dreadful
harvbc among children, sweep.no thousands to their graves
in spite of all remediesusulIly-r'rerfibed, have never yet
ben known to resist its efficacy. When administered in
that most distressing disease, the Cholera Morbits. it nev
er fails to produce the most happy effects, itf 'the doses be
increased in quantity and frequency according to the vio
lence of the symptoms, which ought and can. always be
done with pei fect safety-and if any failure should occur,
it must be owing to a &frninal negligence. It speedily re.
Ileves Vomitinga,' GrIpings, Flatulent and Spamodic
:Chol':cs. Its nodyne .properties render it peculiarly ap-
plicable in Cramps, likewise restles'snesl and weariness
of limbs. It is peculiarly useful for children when teeth.
ing, as it ellays irritation, induces moderate perspiration,
and produces elee,. being superior to the Elixir Pare-
goric, the too free use of which has often proved injurious
by causing visceral obstructions, Infi'ammation ahd fever.
This medicine is discovered to be a certair, and effectual
remedy for the intestinal diseases produced by thedrinking
of the waters of the rivers in tbe southern and southwestern
Stares, which renders it of inestimablee value tothose who
reside or'travel in those sections bftl'e country, '
The Inventor, 'aware thatit is the fate ot all prepare.
tions put up for public use, to be indiscriminately con.
demnied by many, either from selfish motives, or a desire
to discover uncommon skill without knowing anything of
their composition or medical virtues, and notwithstanding
however u9jaat such decisions may be, or whatever weight
they may have, yet he confidently believes this medicine
prepared with the greatest cautio- and from the best and
moat suitable ingredients, Will be. ,,found to relieve the
,aflicead. lie would callth. attention of thepublle to the
certificates accompanying each bottle, from gentlemen of
the highest respectability, among whom are several physi.
clans and surgeons of undoubted talents and acquire.
*m cents. ,. ..- .*.. ... '
HAYDOCK, COBtLIES & CO., 27 Liberty st., -
sp20 2awd2aw" Wholesale Agents
In one closely and beaiutifully printed Svo. vol.
containing 1400 pages, '
Practdigal, Theorletical, and Historical,
Of Commerce and Commercial Navigation.
IllusItrated With .pa and Plans. .
, With a New and Enlarged supplementt, bringing down
Stthe informatidoon natined in the work to'
S ': ".- ':: Ja nar,1 .- .. ;
K '~ '- *- HrmotMaps of the
completed and proposedCanals, Rallwayw,
Britain and Ireland, and of the British Possesslofns Pnl otil
SAmerica, is sold separately.

By the same Author,
In press, to be completed in one large and beautifully
printed octavo vol.
Geographical,- Statistical, and Historical, of the various
Countries, Plates, and principal Natural
Objects in the World.
For sale to the trade and public.
WILEY & PUTNAM, Importers,
161 Broadway, 'N. Y. and Paternoster Row,
my0 London.






0OF rOuKs s
Rev. W.- F. WALKER, A. M Prin6;t-Li and Propriej
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 GreekiLanguagos
and Literature.
AMOS EATON, A. M., Chemistry andCivillEngineer-
J. C. ANDREWS, Music,
Professor EATON does not, by rh.; arrrangement
with this Institution, cease to be Princlpal of the Rensse.
laer Institute, or to devote toIthat jInstitution his supervi.
sirn 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,

Win. E. Burton. Contents of tlhe June number, 1839:
Curious facts in the Natural Hiiitry of the Rhinoce.
ros, illustrated by a splendid engraving on steel
The Deluge By miis, Helein .Mattbews
The Autobiography of Bobb Sbbsaa man about town
Home. By Joseph Sill
Sing not of Home. By A T Lee
The account of all the volcanoes now burning
The Mariner Preacher's Wish. By 0 M F Deerus
The Death of Da Vinci
The Man whD carries Chickens home from Market
Stansas- Henry Pulteney; or, the Adventures of a
Wanderer. By Wmn Landor
Lines--The Poet and his power. By George L Curry
The Miami Valley. By a Pioneerof Ohio
Fools, an Essay. ByJ Jones
Introduction to a Lady's Album

EW BOOKS-Statesmen of the Timesaof George
Fourth ; by Lord Brougham, 2 vols.
Concealment-A Noval, 2 yols
Piccialo, new edition, 1 vol
No 14 Nicholas Nlckleby
MNo 3 Jack Shepherd
Howitt's Birds and Flowers
Mro Follen's Poems, I vol
Charles Hatrund, edited by W A Alcot.
A Visit to the Country, 1 vol. Just received by
WILEY & PUTNAM, Importers,
161 Broadway.
Books at wholesale and retail.' jeP
SAND BOOKS.- WM. A. COLMAN,jNo 205 Broad.
Sway, has received the following excellent little
I Hand Book of Domestic Cookery, l8mo
2 Hand Book of Carving, plates, 18mo
S3 Hand Book of Magic, do do
4 Chesi Player's Hand Book, l8mo
5 The Angler's Hand Book, 18mo, plates
6 The Swimmer's Hand Book, 18no
7 The Archer's Hand Book, 18mno
8 The Cricketer's Hand Book, ISmo
9 Geiman Scholar's Hand Book, l8mo
10 Science of Etiquette, ia9me
11 Quetelet's Astronomy, l8mno. One of the most popular
works ever published.
12 Ede's Practical Facts in Chemistry, 18mo, with cuts.
je8 3tls

and Satinet Tags, on hand and for sale by
T; & C. WOOD, Stationers, and Printers,
my2 1w 18 Wall street.
FU HIS day published -TORTESA, THE USURER ;
. by N. P. Willis, making No. 3 of Colman's Dramatic
Also, lately published-
Bianca Viscont; or, The Heart Overtasked, by N P
Athenia of Dawascus ; a.Tragedy, by Rufus Dawes.
jel 8. COLMAN, Publisher, Astor House.

v iIFTH AMERICAN EDITION-of t'hornton's Family
" Prayers, which is added a Family Commentary upon
the Sermon on the Mount. Just published and lor sale by
je6 SWORDS, STANFORD k CO; 152 Broadway.

JOHN QUINCY ADAMS, 'will be published on
Saturday next by COLAN, Astor House.
Je6 S. COLMAN, Ator oe.

W ILL be published on Saturday-Phantasmion,
Prince of Pajmlands; making vole1. and II. of
Colman's Library of Romance. edited by Grenville
Mellen. S. COLMAN. Publisher,
ie5 8 Astor House.

g* ORTESA, The Usurer; A Play, by N P Wills
I Just published and for sale by
jel ISRAEL POST, 88 Bowery.
lished, MEANS AND ENDS, or Self Training, by
the author of Redwood, Poor Rich Man, Live and Let
Live, &c. and for sale, wholesale and retail, by
je4 1w Gregory Buildings. 142 Fulton st.
,0- ,AT nFtiTArN AN IRELAND: containing the

HOUSE WANTED-A: two story genteel
House for a small family, is wanted t.a gefintwl
part of the city- if up towp, on or near an omni.
^ *bus line. The rent must be low, but will be paid
promptly, and the best care will be taken of the houses
Those'having such a house will state th rent and situation]
directed, 1815 upper postoflice. izW 7
FOR SALE OR TO LXASIE: to 568 Broad-
way-The highly' finished modern three story
i"Z Il brilk House and Lot, 2* feet front and- rear, by
,4Li- ,00 feet deep, with twostory brick stable on .the
rear(on Crosby street.) The house was 'built by da*)m
wrk, of the best materials, and ti replete wikh a ithe t-
cent improvements, and conveniences. A large oaount
of the purchase money may remain on boad and mort.
gage for a term of years. -For Iurther pairtiulars f,
apply to Mr N. JARVA, No 153 Mtaerrystreet, or at
the sales room o'tle subscribers...-
WILKIux R01JINSaN8 & CO. Auctlonpe1es
.nyS dtf 17 Broad t.
TO LET-The upper ilart ot an e-egant t#o
4 ~ story dwelling house, a short distance above Cat
nal stroeetf to a smIll family. One without child.,
ren would be preferred;. For fuhter pa'ricilals:
apply, with usexceptionable references, to .. ., .
mylltf L. SHERMAN, 142 FuitOn it.'

S FOR SALE-11 Lots ot Land; situated an1 wUvi
Lewis and Goerick streets, between Rivlngten and not -b
J Stanton streets, six on Lewis and five on Goerck] o f SuE
On Lewis street is a large wooden building, for. -'f red
merly occupied by the late Mr. Eckford as a mould -eft.
On Goerick street the land is open and a verydesirable case
situation for a lumber yard or building lOt. Appyto # *S5[O
dIO tf DAVIS, BROOKS I CO. l1 .radsvi, nomik
SFOR SALE-The neat two story brick l4use. op ;
NLo 18 Bedford street, is itcompleto order, baking Chief
B i been painted and repaired last spring. Possesblon. r.r
"-twill be given on the first May next. The water -, "
part of the purchase money may remain on bond andm fort. next
gage. Apply tot Tb
fe9 GRACI it CO. 20 Broad stert. be pri
FOR SALE--The. three. -story( Houses, inow s e tcI
hUEl erecting by te subscriber, on 8th and 9th streets, h ii'
B btwbeiwee the th and th Avenue, anddwhich; will .0
be finished on or beforethe -st of April, inthe best moderm reqa
style, with mahogany doors and piated furintie,"i'nirbie to 10
mantels and grates throughout. The lots, which iie 25 a-
feet by hall the block (94 'eet 10 inches) are in fee. ?pI A'
at a Lafayette place, or at the .qultable IrswaraMce 'Coa lution
pany, 46 Wall street. W. X. LAWRENCE. ed uP
Also for sale or to let, two or three small three Sori since,
Houses on Waverley Place, west of Washington qmero a I
U fel I
-nl and loot N3 University Place. The liou. is 8 r
|lit feet iont, 3 stories high, built in the beft manner, Was i
1*Zi1and will be ready for occupation Pbout the middle In
of April. The lot is in fee. Apply to th a t
mrh8 IDAVIS, BROOKS & CO. 21-Broad, sti '"
.er tht
S FOR SALE-The spacious3 story Houst with i j.
the lot in fee on the west side of the 5th Avenue,. ,
IIEn the first house above W Brevoort's large ;man- litca
JL.. sion. The lot Ii 26 by 100, with a court yard of report
156 feet, and there is a lot adjoining the rear which can be pase
obtained if wanted for a stable. It will be sold on accom- pe a,
modating terms.LPossessionthe first of May next. Apply x ,
feI4 29 Merchanta'.Exchalge, chair
TO LET, OR LEASE.-The five story fire prese
proof Store, No. 28 South William street. active
Hli Apply to GARY & CO.1 e_
Feb. 156 No. 90 Pine street.-9 new
S FOR SALE. Real Etate at Harlem-conslstinj Th
Sof 64 lots of land, situated ton the 17th and with
IIH 8th Avenues, between 117th and 119th streets. Of
There is by computation 70,000 loads of soil up. 28th
on them, near which they are now levelling. Thesejlots Of
will be sold ap they now are, with the buildings upon them.
Apply to DAVIS, BROOKS, &.CO. 21 Broad t lot at
mh8 0q adop
STO LET-The four story Stores Nos. 132[an 0o
IA& 134 Front, corner of Pine street. Apply oneth twee
premises to ado
TO Lh;T-from- now till 1st May next, the of req
dwelling part of a three story house, situate on
I the north side of Canal street, between Varick and 11th
Ji Hudson, the parlors copAunicate with folding to di
doors, with iron grates and mn-ule mantels thrdughou CouIl
the house. Apply .to GEFRGL W. GILES, No. '17
Canal street, before 10 A.|M.,and after P. M. sel9 tf i
TO LET-A modern built three story Hous O0
on the nWrth side of Tenthstreet, near 2d Avenue, the ,
RS Stuyvesant place. The House has gratesa and
SS-U.marblemantelpiecesthroughoutmahoganydoors, 0e aI
inder cellar, &s. It isone ofarow of 10 or 12 houses of ting
ttiform front. Rent moderate. at 6
Also, the dwelling part of a good house onthe North side at
If Canal street, between Varick and Hudson street.
Apply to GEORGE W. GILES, at No.171 Panal st., side
Before 10 A. M.,.and after 5 o'clock P.M. myl5tf relat

TO LET-Several suits of Offices, at No. 92
S North side of Spruce, near to Nassau'streets, as
E commodious and eligible situated as any in the
city. Possession immediately or on the 1st May
next. Inquire opposite, at No 8 Spruce'st. fel t.
"'jOR SALE-T he large vacant Lot at the iorth west
' corner of Houston and Mulberry streets, adjoining
the new 3 storv houses on Houston street. The Lot is 36
feet front on Housion street, by about; 100 feet in depth.
For terms, apply to
mhl I E. K. COLLINS & CO. 56 South st.
FOR SALE-Tile splendid new 3 story House
With the Lot in fee, No. 3 University pace, near
11Washington Oquare; one of the best houses ana
mrnosot depiraole residences in the city. It 1s 3 stories
exclusive ofceller, -asement and attic, all of which are
finished in the best modern style, with'large parlors, din-
ing room, bathing room, water closet, boilers, cc cpm-
plete. The ma.,tels in the principal story are of statuary
and Sienna marble, and the house has been built under the
superintendance of the subscriLer for tie residence of the
present owner. I It is now ready for occupation. For
terms, and a view ot the premises. Apply to
J. GREEN PEARSON, at No 6, next door,
ap27 or 27 Merchants' Exchange.
HARLEM I OTS FOR SALE.-Logm on Fifth ave
nue, between 14th street and Washington Square, will be
sold separately, or several laying together,Including the
cornertots, each 26 feet by:100.
Lotson north side of Eleventhstreet, near Wooster st,
_wnth 2 ,a S. knhoafrnnt hv y10 feet 3 Inches deeu.

appropriated for the use of steamboats naviga-
the Hudson river for them to land passengers
In motion of Mr. Timpson, the Board recon-
red the resolution adopted at the last meeting
tive to the widening of Anthony street, which
* some debate was referred to the Street Com-
ee and the Counsel of the Board.
esolutions-To re-number Seventh street from
Bowery to .the East river; adopted.
y Mr. Graham, requesting tbe committee ap-
ted to invite Col. Johnson to visit this city, to
rt at the next meeting what preparation they
e made for his reception, and what will' be the
able expense. Laid on the table.
y Mr. 0 'lis, to direct the Smperintendant of
vps and Gas to report the names of such lamp-
ters as he has suspended or dismissed, for what
ie and by whiit authority. Adopted. .
y Mr. Balis, to direct the several captains of the
eh to report the names of such 'watchmen as
r.have suspended or, dismissed from office, anti
vhat grounds. Adopted. '
y Mr. Balis--That, whereas it appears (from
innexed police report) that Edward Palmer,
ly appointed Assistant Captain ofthe 5ti Dis-
A Watch, has been arrested and held to bail for
'k-the said Edward-Paimer be suspended from
office of AssitantCaptain until the further or-
of the Board, Referred.
3y the Committee on the Croton Aqueduct-
it the Water Commissioners be requested to
ort the prices of the materials contracted to be
L-'..9 --- - .

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Monday, June 10.
ensbge rrom the Mayr ic-B. ne his- .
A1 f euc.dry ordinanceei"d ri aiu'* was
on file. ,. : : .
cond message froaLu. he Maor, tf itipg .
lunication fon-4he M4y6M orf Baltinbte .e-
ifyming a copy of the Rividt.Ordknaig'(>f
ri", was ordEred fORfio& ;', :. -
tions-Of :tb Rutgers Fvmaje Institute.4 .
nns Bart, severally, for relief from asae."- ,
of Theodore J. F. Jackson to be 'efiehe ,
6e payMent of a noit held by ihe city aanbst
6f44WiH.-;&dford for iaRp.tltrnneWtof
f Thomas H. Mott and James Mortionl
Ily for correctJoqn .f tax. -f ; number o0'11-
' have ifi.1 boa t17ea1 in& cirn' ma.
e.moved froimi the fbt of W 2bhpbera stretL; '
bert Adrson for remuni'_aVtn- l ad.ai o.
o the Shakspeare, Hotel at lhe i.eion by '
1ig bars it the stoop.
jrts-Ot the Fire.and Water Commil'tee on
bjctc of giving the election oftthe eh'efEh-
to the FitD Op]ffl!nt gentrl:,y-,! ^-.
report after string the'.eaffty', d.- ,
g ite public mintil, wantonly ui t It e --t
ed by appeals for ob ouw re-ft *1 ii te-
lto attempts which hbabiajirat ;qbeea.mide
tnish the burLhens of the 6jqpat i hjeh it ,-
iave been thwared'for pbliical purpose, re-
mhds in the first placetiat-thcd4fsbrtmieht"ha
" a'parated from tIl polthiesl eon* oon w h -
utini pal Goyeroniti. It co s r'hatthe .
ection of the Jaw of M.'y, ,1838, ft-yhich
bief F.gi1.tr, *)si~de a4isb uai (JRcer, is
at ground of all ,tl&aWfg that has arse*; Pnd
oportknce which .has be en 4ahd to ,cdn-.
rer his nppointmenPt. r ( ccoidinui r.co- :
That such of his duties asheyvljhirsb re-
Ihis agency as a 4isabuiaeOff oicPr-be Ltralt-.
to the Superinieiident ofButlWlings. :,As to ;
ecAion 9f the Chief 1tLsuggsap that *piie dis-
louoisess had ben pra.cutsd by t firemen. '
the law of May, i8M8, did ft rov'for .
[-hes of the mejoriLty o tho meqnberg of the
tirent.being consulted in his nomiaat'lo, and
the same Common (ouncil retraceJ their
after granting this paitial privilege, when in-
Bary Iist they repealed the 7ih section by
tihe election was msde annual, and made it .
Spend upon the contingency of there' being a
cy in the office. By repealing this section
port eays the Common Council prbfided for
u1sion of political disquietude into the de-
ent whenever there abshould be a vacancy cA-
Ied by removal. It then states lhAt the re',
election of Uthe Chief Engiqeer was uuu.--
zed by law as ihus modified, ap.d reconmends
adoption of an ordinance accompakiabiag the
'tv :*.. '*.. -. -. : :" ". *
e ordinance reported provides ka tL%4 '"e4,. '"
hall tske psea .* the seo, oi 'A e 4 'ii i
at ug e eral meeting qf thi depaetnloh at ,
I. no fireman is to bave a voteiwhose iu f6ihas
een registered three months, That, :Uty
>erintending repairs of t ngipei &,, i6a M
Sto the Superpnteqdeotr Qf., ,j1eet'n. 'iat in -
f, anr v caney in tiih oui#Of tyhe, rth -
Al be fiUedby the Co MBOO dod oft the
indon o0f. Ibe. A s;stant Eqgingeus aOd'_ ore-
thitithe first I noeiparioA[ to' -ie I-fie6of4 6
ri neei' ad thc pgie tnder the
ncebmnd* on the d Tk'eday oj July

e report was laid on tha4e, and ordered to
hinted -' -" ''
S.Grahaim offered an ddijio'nal ilae. to the
tLa; the resolution creating the twenty four
copaniee lately mad be reirnded,- and he
,mit, (c this resolution b .aid'on the ltable
printed. .
i exciting discusqiavn took pjiae 'Yp4np'wr. roer
--Mesars. nraiam,. ArpB ad
'on the majority ,to Su to.,ib1'l1t 10'1 --
rnty of their assuran 4 =$tn 'oi eI$M let -
ntendtd by the treaO4,a "1 twtq tow- "2

i~ytd i dc4' Rn te$ "Y iWi-and lues
iougbt by l't.effwnU.nu---. i _____ _
reference. tj, thi ch oge lide in th' report
the repeal i Fe'bruary last of the 7th'section
i. Iaw fxing.she aIe CiOi at the first Tuesday
ne. had beh a b ffected 'by' thq Whipg for po-
d purposes Me. Graham sent for tih original
rt of the comrqitee at that time.' He read the
iges containing the' rcommendtion of a re-
and showed lhat it wap signed by Alderman
:s and Assiatant Alderman flowe, the two
moep of the Fire and Water Committee in the
;nt Common Council, and who had been most
e in urging through the" late creation of the
companies. .
he resolution was finally laid upon the table
out being ordered to be printed.
the Street Committee in favor of regulating
street, between 9th and 10th avenue; adopted.
'the same in favor of fencing in the vacant
t the corner of Beaver and Hanover streets ;
the same in favor of paving 9th street, be-
,n Avenue B and the pier at the foot of the at.;
f the Committee on Roads and Canals in favor
questing the Commissioners in the matter of
and 13th avenues and 123d and 131st streets,
elay presenting their Report to the Supreme
*t until the August term ; adopted.
f the Cmihnaittee on recommending the estab-
ent of a pound at Yorkville; adopted.
f the Wharf Committee recommending that
iiers at the foot of Amos and Hammond streets


S The Man ion of the.late Chancellor Sanford,
M with the adjacent round~, at Flushing, Long
lH Land, will shortly be offered for saie 'The
I house, built of brick and maible, is na, o tr.
passed by any private residence in. the country, In
point of extent and convenience, and in the dut ability ant
enity of its structure. It can now be thoroughly exa'.
mined by persons desirous to purchaae. ''.. .
The woods adjoinIng the mis minb- maais b sellyeoen-
vered into a spacious park. The situation is, in all re,
rpects, eligible, being in a healthy location--within oaiht.
miles frum the city-the ite elevated, and with a cow'-
manding prospect, and the neighborhood embellished-
with delightful country seats,in the highest state of eult.
As it Is presumed that the premises will be examined
by persons deeirous to purchase, no farther description of
the property is deemed necsary my22 tf
J_ TO LET.' The new three story buick House,
No FS Eighth street, below the Fifth AveirAe It
is finished in the beat style, with marble mantel
pieces, mahogany doors and plated furniture In
the principal story, and may be occupied immediately.. It
was finished last November and Isa thoroughly dry aod
safe. g h" l, dr r d
Apply at the office of the New York American, No 74
Cedar et api i
ber offers for sale, by private contract, rhe entire
ll Block of Ground in the 15th Ward, bounded by
,.- Broadway and Mercer street, Washingto"n and
Waverley place. ; being the most splendid site ,fo private
dwellinigs.or for a church, In the city. The ground is on
the most elevated part of Broadway, and surrounded by
valuable improvements.
It will be sold in one parcel, or divided into 15 Lots, viz:
7 Lots on Broadway, (embracing the whole front from
Washington to Waverley places,) of about 261 by 96 feet.
each; 4 Lots on Waishington, and 4 do on Waverleyplas.e,
of 26 by 92 feet each
In case of a sale in separate lots, a uniform style of Im-
provement will be required, and stipulations against nui-
sances. The title is indisputable, and the terms will 'be
accommodating. For further particulars, and a view of
the map, apply to
T. GREEN PEARSON, 29 Merchants' Exchange,
fe9 Hanover st.
TO BE LET?--The Cellar under the Mtoreoc-
M cupled by the subscribers, corner of Water street
8 and Borling slip, with two convenient entrances
from Water street and Burling slip. The'.cellar
ie large and dry. .
mh5 tf Ek. f G. W. BLINCFT.

EWCALSTLe GOAL AFLOAt'-Just received an
Nnow landing from ship iHenry Kneeland, ae cargo of
Newcastle Coal, of a snpei or quality and size, -for fa.
wilv purposed for sale low in lota to suit purchasers, by
applying on board, foot of Jay street or to
250 Washington st, and cor of East Broadway and
my30 '. Govveneur st.
P ICTOU COAL AFLOAT-Now landing- from t he
S brig Barbary, a cargo of Pictou Ooal, of a superior
quality and aze, fresh fTrom the mines this season, for sale
low in lots to suit purchasers, by applying on board, foot
of Jay street, N; R., cr to ..t
S LAING & RANDOLPH, 250 Washington st, "
and corner of East Broadway and
my3ft Gouverneur st.,

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Office, No. 11I Wall street, corner of Broad st.

In compliance with the call previously published,
National falal was last evening densely thronged
by a most respectable array of citizens-firemen
as well as others-to express their disapprobation
of the measures of the Common Council, in adding
to the number of the corps for the purpose of car-
rying out a political mar oeuvre. Their conduct
has been most signally rebuked. The crowd was
so great that few, comparatively, could gain ad.
mittaince into the Hall. The rest were organized
on the outside, and received the proceedings from
time to time as they were brought up before the
The Assembly was called to order by Jong L.
NOAwooD, Esq., who proposed the following offi-
c rs:
For President, EDWARD DAYTON.
rVice Presidents:
Ebenezer Sitleck, Michael O'Connor,
Rufus Prime, George Kerr,
John M, Sands, Charles Graham,
Elijah T. Lewis, John T. Winthrop,
-George Rollins, and Peter Smith.
Duincan F. Carey, H.W. Flewry,
Alfred Emanueli. Jacob P. Giraud, Jr.
Tbe objects of the meeting were briefly stated by
the President-when
H. B. Hitinedale, Esq. offered the following pref
amble and- resolutions, which, with some accompr.
'nying and. appropriate remarks, were received
with shouts of applause and approbation, viz:
Whereas, the Fire Department of the city ol
New York was organized for the purposes of gen-
Seral protection, without reference to political con-
siderations, composed as it always has been of all
classes, and of every party, whose sole and only
amhitiohb has been- toi guard and to protect the pro-
-perty of their fellow citizens, so as tocommand the
Confidence of those whose interests are connected
with its stability and general welfare, and it has
consequently been the study of its members to pre-
vent its introduction in the deliberations of the
And whereas, the Common Council of our city,
by a recent -ordiniance, so far acceded to the wishes
of the department, as to authorise its members to
nominate the person who might be selected by a
majority of its officers, legally authorized for the
situation -of Chief Engineer, under an implied
pledge, "ns 'they had reason to believe that such only
should be entitled to a vo ce in the nomination,and
that the privileges thus granted should not be
Abridged, or interfered with, but that the judgment
ofIscWh..houldseceive the sanction and approbation
of those in whom the appointing power was ulti-
mitely confided.-
And whereas, by a recent action of the Common
Council the spirit and intent of said ordinriance has
bee .Vittualy annulled and set at naught by the
introduction of forty-eight new officers into the
PDepartment, for the express and only purpose of
defeating the known wishes of a majority of its
Members in the nomination of a Chief Engineer
without regard to the wants of the Department,
.. and in opposition to ther-remonstrance of the Chief
and his asociate gie thereby defeating the
otihftation of tho*ewh b re immediately intiresttd
inj the.passge of said bodinance: .
Therefore, Resolipd, That we view the recent
proceeding aof the Common Council in organizing
., p : eW and inja.eint companies fot the express and
onqty purpose of defeating the wishes of a majority
of the acting firemen, as anr infringement upon our
rights, inconsistent with their official station, and
in direct and open violation of the intent and spirit
of' the law, thereby virtually repealing and setting
at ndught the privilege. awarded in the nomina-
tion of a 1tuief and calculated in its operations :to
destroy that harmony and good feeling which
onght always to be maintained among brethren en-
gaged in one common-cautwe, a.nld which is esen-
', tially requisite to. the wellsH being and stability of
the Fire Departmnt.-
Resolved, That we havriereeived with feelings
- of mrtdft<^)'- d^wi. u4s6., abtwith
who havet eali trMiUm*flW 9 t M ,T."sM
harmony of the departrnr*t, bry defeating the wishes
of a Jarge majority of ts t embers, are some with
.whom many of u have heretofore associated in
the capacity of firemen-who are, or ought to be,
sufficiently, famliar with.the character of Firemen,
to know. that their services are too arduous, and
their privileges too dearly purchased, calmly to
submit to an imposition so gross and flagrant as
that which has been practised upon them, not con-
sidering the welfare of that department which has
heretofore been their ambition and their pride; and
we Hereby tender to them, and those whom they
represent, all the consolation they can derive from
their kindling a flam'in an institution devoted to
public services and private charity, which threat-
ens to destroy the hbrmatny of its members, and
materially to.inipair the confidence of the people in
its protection ahd support.
Resolved, That we ead hoped, that in the mem-
S'bers of our Comlmon. Council who were formerly
associated with many of ae in the capacities of
Privates, Foremen and Engineers, we should have
'found faithful and upright representatives in whose
keeping the interest of the Department would have
been beyond the reach of innovation and danger;
but we regret tofind that in the excitement of pub-

lic pursits, or from less justifiable causes, they ap-
pear to have lost bight of those privileges which
they wou eronce have Considered themselves justi..
f1ed in demanding, and have entirely disregarded
the sacred rights of those with whom they were
connected as fireman and as friends.
Resolved, That we cannot sanction the intro-
duction of political feeling into the department, but
hold hinm tu be unworthy of his station who would
attempt, either by word or action, so to control his
operations in refereaer thereto, as to make its offi-
cers or members subservient to such views, believ-
ing as we do that it w uld be calculated to weaken
its usefulness, and finally to overthrow, and en-
tirely to destroy, the institution; and we do, there-
fore, publicly and solemnly protest against the late
unwarrantable movements in the Common Coun-
cil, as an itnfringement upon our rights as Firemen,
and in open and direct violation of our privileges
as such, believing as we do that the hasty and un-
dignified manner of- uasatng the twenty-four.com.-
panics of which we complain, was don* only to
gratify the selfisih excitement of those who sanc-
tioned it by their votes, without any belief or ex.
pectation of improving the condition of the de-
pettment, for lad such have been.their motives and
their views, instead of orqatiang new companies at
.an enormous and unnecesary expense, they would
have filled the vacancies which now exist, and
thereby have satisfied us and the public at large,
that their intentions were honest and their motives
Iesolved, That wiiTe we protest against the
Slate unjustifiable act of the Common Council as an
invasion of our rights, and an abridgment of our
liberty, wi will nevertheless continue faithful in
the discharge of our duties, and rest the justice of
our-cause upon the good sense of our fellow-citi-
Tbe above resolutions were ustanminusly adopt.
M6IRi FRAtIKLin then addressed the meeting

evening, June 10lh, 1839, after a deliberate dis-
cussion of the late attempt to displace from the
office of Chief Engineer, Cornelius V. Anderson,
the infiterests of the fire Department require that
he should still continue in office.
Therefore Resolved, Thai the action of Edward
M. Hoffmire is alone capable of deciding the ques-
tion. And moreover that his fellow citizens ex-
pect with confidence that he will so act at this time
as to promote the prosperity of that department,
to which it is believed he is a sincere and faithful
Mr. Pray, a fireman frornBoston, addressed the
meeting for a few minutes, and was welcomed
with hearty cheer-. When, on motion, it was
Resolved, that the proceedings be published.
The meeting then adjourned.
.EDWARD DAYTON, President.
Eben'r Silleck, Charles Graham, Mich'l O'Con-
nor, E. T. Lewis, Rufus Prime, J. T. Wminthrnp,
Geo. Kerr, Geo. Rollins, John M. Sands, and Pe-
ter Smith, Vice Presidents.
Duncan F. Carey, Jacob T. Giraud, Jr., H. W.
Floury, Alf. Emanuel. Secretaries.

Polities-or rather party politics-seem now to
govern every thing. Recently, on occasion of the
-annual election of officers of the Chesapeake
and Ohio Canal, the State of Maryland, which
owns a large share of the stock, revolutionized
the old Board, and placed in it new men, who, it is
alleged by the National Intelligencer, do not own
a share of the stock, who have heretofore taken
no interest in the enterprise, and who purpose, it
is farther said, to remove the office from the Distriict
of Columbia-through which the Canal passes, to Bal.
timore, which it nowhere approaches, by a score
and more of miles. Nor is this all; for, at the head
'of this Company, of this "monopoly of asssociated
wealth," as the Loco-foco sang of the day has it,
is placed Maryland's chief Jacobin, Mr. Thomes,
the leader in the consFiracy against the Constitu-
tion of that State, of the nineteen Senate Elec-
Now it may be, that' little or no immediate
evil will result to the Company or to the enterprise,
from this change-on which head we are utterly
without means of judging-but evil must be the
result in the long run, of thus permitting party to
enter within the precincts of undertakings looking
to the good of the. whole, and not of a part only;
and in affairs especially where credit is re-
quired-and indeed is indispensable-hindrance and
loss must, as a general, proposition, ensue from en.
trusting their management to persons loud in their
objections to credit, and bound by the principles-
if the term may be so misapplied-of their party,
to stigmatize as anti.republ ican and pernicious,
all expedients for spreading over times future as
well as the present, the cost of great public works
destined to endure through, and benefit. unborn ge-
In bur State, to be sure, We exhibit an example
of similar absurdity, by continuing in the office of
Canal Commissioner, so rabid a denouncer of pub-
lie improvements, carried on at the expense and
through the credit of the State, as Mr. Samuel
Yeng-and this, too, is the work of party.
We have before said, in reference to the practice
of universal removals from office on every change
of party, that it was an evil which must be cured
by its own excess. Possibly, the like r, medy, and
nO other, will be effectual to check this cognate
evil, of thrusting political partisans-for no other
*cause than- that they are partisans-into the con-
Strol and management of great public works.

-We ask attention to another extract from Mr.
Slade's Speech:
And new comes the grand movement. It is to
put the-President at the head of "the democracy,.'
and make him its great champion and leader in the
war. -And behold Forth from hundreds ofwell-
trainedpresaee, and thousands of well-diaeiplined

there go high-sounding praisesor the sMpereminent
democracy of the President He is the d.e4htic
President, and bae been elected by the democracy.
There is, moreover, claimed for him the represent.
tative character. Under the Administration that
preceded.the advent of the great "reformer," the
Chief Magistrate was simply the President of the
United States-the constitutional Execut'., The
representative aharacterwas understood to belong
eminently to this body, drawn as it is from the
midst of the People; elected by them for short
periods; invested with the power of impeaching
the President and all other officers in their name,
and directly and exclusively responsible-to them for
the exercise of that and every other power. But,
to carry out the scheme of deception and usurpa-
tion, in became important to claim a new and un-
heard of relation between the President and the
People. General Jackson, therefore, set up the
pretension of being "T TH DIREOT representative of
the Arnrican People." Such was the claim of his
memorable protest sent to the Senate in 1834-a
claim intended to lay the foundation of a practical
exemption from all other responsibility, save a
responsibility directly, without the intervention of
either impeachment or investigation by Congress,
to a public opinion which might be created by Ex-
ecutive influence through a subordinate and a sub-
servient press. To give a party cast to this claim,
"it has, at length, assured a new form: and the
President is now presented to us, [see Democratic
Review for September, 1838 1 as "the .N'ational
Representative of the American Democracy." "THnz
representative of the democracy Democracy per-
son;fied A living, moving, thinking, speaking
representative of pure, simple, unadulterated, un-
compounded democracy!
Such is the claim. The President is not slow
in performing his part. 'He talks democracy.-
He writes democracy. He looks democracy. And
it.is the democracy To monopolies he is very
hostile. Against banks he utters anathemas.-
Associated wealth" (see his lNst annual Mes-
sage,) he cannot endure. The aristocracy are in-
tolerable. In short, to every thing that is op-
posed to democracy, and especially "the democ-
racy," he is most especially and very exceedingly
opposed !
The President is thus installed as the High
Priest of democracy; and it would be about as safe
for a Roman Catholic to question the authority of
the Pope as for one of "the party" to question the
democracy of the President. &o complete is the
delusion, that, when the Whigs attempt to rouse
the People to a sense of the danger of the Presi-
dent's overgrown influence, through the abuse of
Executive patronage, "the democracy" are made
to believe that that influence is exercised for their
special benefit, because it is all necessary to ena-
ble the President, who is their representative, to
fight their battles, and put down the aristocracy!
The danger of Executive influence and power,
(the greatest of all dangers in our system of gov-
ernment,) is thus veiled from the eyes of thousands.
They see the President only as a mighty champion
of "the democracy," leading on its hosts to glorious
victory; while every man who will not sustain
him in the holy war is held up as an aristocrat and
a federalist, with blue lights" burning iall over

reckless daring, over the prostrate Constitution
and the laws of the country. And, sir, it is amaz-
ing to contemplate the success which has attended
these efforts of deception; to see the height to
which the Presidential office has towered ; to mark
the moving of its influence and power-now stand-
ing erect, in grim and surly majesty, and taking
the responsibility, and now winding its sinuous
and silent way, and distilling its slow but venom--
ous poison through every department of the Go-
vernment, and through every portion of the coun-
MR. RivEs.-The Fredericksburg Arenp,speak.
ing of this gentleman, remarks-" For ourselves,
we are well assured of the Anti-Van Burenism of
Mr. Rives. We believe that in no event will he
sustain his re-election. What his preferences are
as to the other individuals spoken of for the.Presi-
dency we do not know."

We are glad to learn that Mr. JOHN L. STE-
PHENS has been appointed the agent of the Go-
vernment in the mission to Guatemala, rendered
vacant by the death of Mr. Leggett.
This is a good appointment, if we consider only
the fitness of Mr. Stephens to gather stores of amus-
ing information for his expecting countrymen.-
But we doubt not that in his official capacity he will
exert the same indomitable perseverance and ardor
of purpose, which so much characterized his travels
in the East. He will need all his energy, if what
we hear of the distracted stale of that country be
true. The little we know of it, whets the appetite
for more, and for curious personal adventures, the
description of which, we take it, is Mr. Stephens'
forte, it needs no prophet to predict an abundant
supply. .
NEw ORLLttaS, June 1.
Col. B. S. Furn;sh, United States Consul at Ma.
zollan, Mexico, arrived to-day in the schooner
Southerner from Metamoras. He is the bearer of
despatches for our Government.-[Times.]

A troop of United States light Dragoons, under
the command of Captain Sumner, passed through
this city on Saturday afternoon, on their way from
Carlisle to join the encampment at Trenton.-
These, with the other troops already arrived there,
will form a body of more than nine hundred men.
INat. Gaz]

[Correspondence of the National Gazette.]
May 24th, 1839.
Editors of the National Gazette:
Gentlemen,-I am .frequently amazed when I
pick up northern papers and find our machinations,
that have not forty-eight hours' age, already
in black and white. In some of the Carolina and
Georgia papers I discover a recital of deeds done
which bath most sadly puzzled me, Why, before
the Talk has been half finished, the entire whole is
published! I have endeavored to dive into the
mystery, but its labyrinthical character defies my
scrutiny. I sometimes fancy that my old friend,
the General, has colleagued with the gigantic en-
gine to do up these plaguy letter writer.
Well, in the midst of war, we are in peace!
General Macomb has instructed us to lie low and
keep dark, whilst his diplomatic skill is fairly tested
with our delectable red brethren. No less than
two chiefs and twenty or thirty warriors have
actually come in, and gone out for the redoubtable
Sam Jones.
The General-in.chief embarked at Pilatka this
morning for Charleston; whence he will make
portentous strides to Washington as his own herald,
and lay before his august clemency the result of
his interesting diplomacy. I have received several
letters from friends who were at the Council, and
they unite in ridiculing the whole affair,as "furnish.
ing food (says one) that the pen of a satirist might
dresi into a most dainty dish." Those who went
to the Indian camp represent the squaws to be in
a deplorable state of nudity, although well stocked
with provisions and impudence. One of my
friends thus describes the ludicrous wcne at the
generall Maeomb: Chiefs and Warriors II am
Major General of the Army, and I have been sent
by your great Father, the President of the United
States, to commune with you, sad acquaint you

Sand leave, us alone." Which being interpreted by
black John Philip, the Indians sarcastically smiled,
and uttered UmPE! Your great Father wishes
Sto put an end to a war which has already been
too long procrastinated for the welfare and happi-
ness of both belligerents." (Here was a cry from
several of the red Legislators for more whiskey.)-
-Chiefs and Warriors, listen! your great Father
dearly loves his red children, and provided they
will go and live near Tampa Bay, he will give
them all the land which lies within these limits;"
(showing a map of the country.)
When the General had concluded his speech,
which was interpreted by sentences, John Philip
was directed to interpret the reply of the Snake
Lawyer, which he did as follows, addresing Gen.
Ot Boss :-he say he berry glad to see you,
and hear you cum wid good tings. He say he
fraid he gib you heap a trouble; he will want so
much wiskey."
The Council adjourned sine die.
The General is in uncommonly buoyant spirits.
and reposes the most unlimited confidence in the
peaceful professions of the Seminoles. How much
he will be deceived, a few short months will il-
lustrate. The intelligence from poets generally,
represent that small bodies of Indians come in,
professing peaceable views, while they are gor-
mandizing upon the fat of the land, (pork) in
obedience to orders.
An amusing and seductive part of our opera-
tions with these red skins is, that which forces us
into the belief that each successive captive chief is
the worst of all-the leader of all the non-come-at
buses in swamp; and now that we have got him
the trouble must be over, Colonel Harney ac-
companies from Key Biscayne an Indian who
represents himself to be the chief Chitto Tuske
matta ( or Snake Lawyer), and declares he has
been elected chief of all the Seminoles. Another
barbarous and yielding wretch says he is Ochee
Kajo (or Mad Hickory-doubtless the mantle of
the "- old Roman" has fallen upon him)-and as-
sures the General-in-chief that the nation has sent
Aim' as their Minister Plenipotentiary. Now,
among upwards offifty chiefs, who have signed
treaties, spoken in Councils, and led in battle,
neither of these names were ever known, although
they are now in a fair way, perhaps, to enjoy
honors and celebrity which their diplomacy never
dreamt of. Thus it goes. What a commentary!
Well, I mast bid you adieu.
QUALLAH BATTOO.-We copy from the Globe
Com. Read's account of the attack on Quallah
Battoo by the S. ships Columbia and John
Adams. The Rajahs of Soosoo, OQuallah Battoo,
&c. have entered into an engagement with Com.
Read, and pledged themselves not to suffer any
American vessels to be molested hereafter, and to
use all means in their power to prevent every
wicked design for annoying or in any way in-
juring them. They also pledge themselves to
suppress piracy and plunder, to the extent of

of the United States at that island, which exone-
rated the Rajah and people of Q,uallah Battoo
from all participation in the outrage for which he
had come to exact reparation, but that.one of the
pirates was now residing at that place. It ap-
peared, however, from information derived from a
native who came on board the Columbia, and who
stated that he was well acquainted with all ihe
circumstances of the case, that the whole affair
was planned, with the sanction of the R jahs, at
another settlement called Muckie, situated at no
great distance,'wh re most of the money had been
carried, and where the principals'in ths piracy now
Commodore Read demanded of the Raj hs of'
Quallah Battoo and Muckie, in succession, the de
livery of the pirates stated to be within the limits
of their authority; .but receiving only evasive an-
swers, and finally assurances of their inability to
comply with his demands, he proceeded to execute
the purposes of his visit, in the manner detailed in
the following extracts:
Having'come to anchor three miles from the
latter place (Quallah Battoo), 1 deemed it my du
ty immediately to make the demand for the pirate
and property said to have been conveyed to thai
lIace with him. Lieut. Palmer, accordingly, was
sent to the Rajah, to make the demand, and to say
to him that the Government of the United States
desired to be on friendly teims with the Rajahs of
Sumatra-that we had coma as friends, but that it
would depend upon himself whether we should or
should not leave him with the same sentiments.-
The Rajab professed himself willing to comply
with my wishes, but stated his apprehensions that
the man could not be taken for the purpose of de-
livering him to me. The pirate had many friends.
and the people generally feared him, but he would
endeavor that night to have him taken while
"Commander T. W. Wyman was sent the fol-
lowing day, and the same excuses were repeated.
The hour of sunset of the 24th was named as the
limit of the time which would be allowed for the ap-
prehension of the pirate, and the bringing him on
board the Columbia. The Rajah was told that,un-
less this were done in the time specified, I should
be under thenecessity of considering him an enemy,
and of proceeding to treat him as such, assuring
him that itwas impossible for him to convince me
that he could not secure and give -up a pirate found
wi' bin the limits of-his command.
"The hourof sunset passed, and nothing farther
had been done by the Rajah, in compliance with
the demand; and I now conceived that all the Ra
jah had promised had been done for the purpose of
gaining time., If I had now left, him without in-
ficting some chastisement,I feared he might here-
after question our power, or have an indifferent
opinion of its existence. I therefore caus d the
ships to be dropped as near to the shore as they
could swi9 g with safety, and having sprung their
broadsides'te the forts, commenced afire upon them.
The fire of the-ships was returned with but three
shot. Two o the forts hung out wlii.e fl igs, and
after a few shot well directed at the Rajaih's fort I
directed.the filng, to cease.
As I did tnot conceive the object for which I
contended suicient to justify the landing of a par-
ty of min to destroyy the police, I directed the ships
to be got undir way, and to proceed to Muckie.-
We arrived at the common anchoring ground oft
that place on the 30th, and the demand for the of-
fenders, who it was sa d were residing there, was
immediately made. Excuses similar to those we
had before hear:, were now given for, not having
confined the persons claimed. I desired to obtain
posbessibi) of the Raj ths, and invited them on
board, but could not prevail on them to come.
Having sent another message to the Rijahs on the
succeeding day, and being satisfied, that they did
not meant comply with my demands for the per-
sons c-meerned in the piracy, I directed all prepara-
tions to be made for hauling in the ships.
On the morning of the fist of January, we com-
menced towing and warping in, and by half past
10 A. M. got in'o an excellent position for sweep-
ing with our fi.e the Ieninsula cn which the town
stood, the two ships now not being more than a ca-
ble's length from the edge. o.f thp town. No soon-
er had we. commenced this operation than it was
observed that the inhabitants were engaged in car-
rying off their property from the town. It was
impossible to prevent this as early. as I could have
wished; but a few guns were soon brought to bear,
and we saw no more persons employed in this bu-
sineess. A slow fire from a few guns on the main
and spar deck' was kept 'up, merely for the pur-
pose of preventing any preparation for defence on
shore, and for the protection of our men in land-
ing. By half past 12 P. M. three hundred and
twentUy beaBefl qd marines were. landed and
mander T. W. Wyman. The divisions from the
Columbia wire commanded by Lieutenants Mag-
ruder, Tu'k,'Turner and Pennock.
"The marines of the squadron were led by
Lieutenant Baker. The two divisions from the
John Adams were he-ided by Lieuts. Thompson
and Minor. The firing from the ships ceased,
and the expedition moved toward the town, with
order and regularity. Much anxiety was felt at
the moment as to the result. The conduct of the
Rajahs the evening before being such, it was be-
lieved that a steady and determined resistance
would be mad', but, to my great surprise, the pir
ty entered without opposition. The town was
soon a'er in flames; all the dwellings of the Rr-
jahs, and their five !forts, were destroyed. The
guns of the forts, 22 in number, found loaded and
primed, (and matches lighted,) were spiked and

thrown into the ditch. A magazine of rice vnd
a storehouse filled with pepper were destroyed;
some valuable boats of large dimensions on tho
stocks, and several of less value, were consumed
in the flames. In short, there was nothing left
above ground, and by half past 2 o'clock P. M,
the officers and men had returned to their respec-
tive ships, without the occurrence of a single ac-
Commodore Read does full justice to the promp-
titude and decision of Commander Wyman, and
all the officers employed in these transactions,
who acquitted themselves to his entire satisfaction

SPANISH Ban EAGLE.-We understand that the
above brig, at this port from Barbadoes, was a
slaver, and taken by H. B. M. brig Buzzard, Capt.
Fitzgerald, als arrived here.

TuxAs.-Dates from Houston to the 22d May
have reached New Orleans. Cordova, the Mexi.
can bandit, hid again approached the frontier with
108 men and 40 pack mules. He had cut off a
party of Surveyors on the Guadaloupe, and mur
dered them all but one. They are chit fly Mexi-
cans. Cordova was carrying ammunition to the'
Northern Indians. Colonel Burleson was in ptur-
suit of Cordove. The Government had placed at
his command 400 men.

The brig Amn, Captain Smith, arrived at Balti.
more on Satutday afternoon from Rio de Janeiro,
whence she ailed on the 18th April. The Ann
brings a. full jfargo of coffee. At the date of her
sailing, business at Rio was not very brisk, owing
td'de scarcit of produce ; but as the stock of flour
was d4creasig, hopes were entertained that the
market for this article would soon improve. Fur-
ther reiaforceminents had been sent to Rio Grande,
but though thetowns were in the possession of the
Government troops, the country remained entirely
in the hands of the insurgents. The communica-
tion with the interior had been facilitated, and
light hides and produce were coming in to Rio
Grande more freely than for some time past.
We are happy to learn that the vigilance of the
Rritish rutii-,s nn tha oamst iTof BaziI will ...r

[Communicated for the New York American.]
T H E R M 0 ME T ER.
JUNE, 1839.


Thermometer. Barometer, Wind and remarks.
Night. Day. at 8 A. M.
4th 520 650 29.79 E.-Showery.
5th 50 550 29.66 NE. to NNW.-Rain.
6th 48 700 29.77 NW.-Fine.

Fr. 7th 57 78 30.00 SW.-Fine.
Sa. 8th 58 76 30.06 SSE.-Fine.
Su. 9th 63 770 29.76 S.-Fine.
M. 10th 64 820 29.70 W.-Fine.
Monday Evening, June .10, 1839.

To the Editor of the .N'. Y. 4merican :

I perceive that, in common with the other news.
papers of this city, you have connected my name
and the Bank of the United States with the Cotton
Circular recently issued in this city. You will
therefore, permit me to stale explicitly-.
That the Bank of the United States has nc-
thing whatever to do with it, so far as I know or
That this measure did not emanate from Messrs.
Humphreys and Biddle.
That, with the view of facilitating the export cf
the Cotton now in this port, I off'r to make the ad-
vances named in the Circular referred to.
That the reasons assigned for making shipments
to Messrs. Humphreys and Biddle, are those of
some of the holders of Cotton in this country, who
seek to protect their own interests by a concert of
action. S. V. S. WILDER,
New York, 11th June, 1839.

COM. ELLIOTT.-The evidence being closed on
Friday in the Court of Inquiry on Commodore El-
liott's ease, the Court adjourned to Thursday
morning of the 27th current, in order to give the
Judge Advocate and counsel for the defence time
to prepare their respective arguments. During the
investigation, more than seventy witnesses were
examined, and all the questions and answers were
recorded.- [Phila. Inquirer.J

LA4DS.-A letter, evidently from an authentic
source in Washington, is published in the last
Richmond Inquirer, in which it is stated that Mr.
Stevenson, our Minister in London, hAs succeeded
in making an arrangement with the British Gov-
ernment, by which it is stipulated that the value of
the slaves shipwrecked, some eight or ten years
ago, upon the Bihama Island', shall be paid to the
claimants. The letter says--" This, if true, (and
there is no reason to doubt it,) is not only impor-
tant, as regards the individual claimants, but equal-
ly so in a national -point of view, as it establishes a
great and important principle. The
arrangement is said to do ample justice to the
claimanta, as it secures to them the full value of
their property, with interest. The arrangement
secures to the claimants nearly $500 a piece fo
their slaves, including men, women and children-
more than was ever allowed on any former occa-
sion by the British Government.-[Baltimnore Pa-

The Ogsensburgh Times mentions that Thos. J.
Sutherland, late of the Patriot service, has arrived
at that place, having been liberated by order of
Sir George Arthur.

The Oswego Palladium says, that Sir George
Arthur, on an investigation of the recent outrage
on the schr. Weeks, at Brockville, U. C., has dis-
missed from office Col. Frazier, the Collector of that
port, and COL of the militia.

General Scott was at Saratoga Springs on

STHE QUICKES T Trnr-The Swallow made her
passage to Albany on Sunday night in '9 hours.
CORoNER's INQUEST.-Yesterday afternoon, a
respectable looking young man, while passing the
corner of Hudson and Barrow streets suddenly fell
tc the ground and died instantaneously. Th-jury
returned a verdict that he died from some cause
unknown. The deceased was about 17 years old,
had-red or auburn hair, and was stressed in a b!ue-
black coat, with velvet collar and figured gilt but-
tons, a s Ik vest, black bombazine pantaloons and
boots, and a black hat, maker's name John Hughes,
Duane street. There was a gold ring on the third
finger of his left hand, and a valuable gold watch
in one of his pockets. The body w s removed to
the dead house at the Park, where it will Lie kept
as long as possible, in order to give the friends of
the deceased an opportunity to recognize and re-
move it.
Another inquest was held on the body of an un-
known man found drowned at Old Slip. Verdict
accordingly.-(Jour. of Comn.)
script to the Louisville Advertiser of the 3d inst.,
it is stated that on the night of the 28 h ulr., the
steamer Buckeye burst her boilers, about five miles
above Randolph. Six persons were killed, and
among them Charles Gretzinger and Thomas Ro-
gers, of Louisville, Prentiss, Engineer, and
two firemen--the names of the others were not
learned. Butler Randolph, mortally wounded;
- A'cheson, dangerously wounded; Charles
Siarkey, clerk, wounded: Jacob Thompson, cap-
tain, do. We understand that lack or water in
the boilers was (he cause of the catastrophe. The
wreck was towed up by the Sultana, and arrived
at lIrtland on the evening of the 21 inst.
There has been a turn-out of the laborers on
the Railroad between Reading and Potteeville.
They ask for more money and more whiskey.
Former allowance was $1 a day and nine glass-
es of whiskey, The additional money, twelve
and a half cents, was cenceded.-[Philad. U. S.
We learn, says the Philadelphia North American,
that the Clover Hill Cocoonery near Mount Holly,
N. J. has nearly 100,000 worms in the process
of winding. A crop of beautiful cocoons was
brought to this city on Saturday from this estab-
lishment, which had been perfected in twenty
four days.
A fire took place about 4 o'clock this morning,
in Lafayette City, destroying a considerable amount
of property, belonging to a German named Wil-
liams.- (lb.)
DECLINATION.-Dr. Dorr, of this city, it is sta-
ted, has declined the office of Bishop of Maryland,
to which he was elected by the recent Convention
of the Protestant Episcopal Church of that Diocese,
-(Phila. Ledger.)
A bill has passed both Houses of the Legisla-
ture, and rEceived the signature of the Governor,
appropriating $50,000 to the construction of the
Cross Cut Cunal, connecting our improvements
with those of Ohio. This appropriation will ena-
ble the Company to complete the entire work by
next spring, and thus open ain artificial inland na-
vigution extending about 800 miles through the
States of Pennylvania and Ohio.-(Pnilad. Nat.
A Lynch law affair in West Jersey is reported

The City Inspector reporrtthe death of 114 personsdur.
ing the weekendingon Saturday, June8th, viz.-35 men,
21 women, 35 boys, and 23 girls, viz:
Of the age of 1 year and under, 26 ;
Between 1 and 2 years....14 Between 40 and .50 years.l1
Between 2and 5-......... Between 50 and 60....... 5
Between 5 and 10........ 7 Between 60 and 70....... 3
Between 10 and 20....... 4 Between 70 and 80....... 2
Between 20 and,30........ 14 Between 8C and 90....... 1
Between 30 and 40.......181 Between 90 and 100..... 0
Places of Nativity of the deceased : United States 83;
Ireland 19; England 4 ; Scotland 2; Switzerland 1; Un.
known 4.
From the Alms House, Bellevue 4; Hospital do. 4;
Long Island 1; Blackwell's Island 2; City Hospital 4.
Coloi ed persons 10.
DIsEAsise.-A-thma 1; burned or scalded 1; cholera In.
fantumni 2; consumption 23; convulsions 11; congestion of
brain I; delirium cremens 3; diarrhea 1; droosy 2;
dropsy in the head 4, dropseyinthecitest3; drowned 3;
dysentery 2; epilepsy 1; fever, billious2; fever, puerpef
I; fever, sctrlet 2; fever, typhoid 3; indigestion 1; inflam-
mation of brain 6; inflarrmmation of bowels 5: inflam.
mation of chest 2; infi tmmation of lungs 3; inflammation
of stomach 2; marasmus 5; mortification 1; measels 3;
old age 1; paisy 3; rheumatism 1; scrofula 2;.small pix
1; suicide 1; teething 1; tumor I; untknown 4; whooping
cough 3. WM. A. WALTERS,|City Inspector.
City Inspector's Office, June 8, 1839.

13- WARNOCK would inform his customers, that his
assortment of SUMMER HATdS is now complete and
extensive, comprising almost every style. The estab.
lishment is at 17o Broadway. jell
t" GREAT WESTERN.-This ship will soil on
Thursday, the 13Sth instant, at 12 o'clock nnon, and will
proceed to sea direct from the birth where she now lies,
foot of Pike street, at which place passengers: are re-
quested to be on beard with their baggage, at 11 o'clock.
The letter bags will close at 11 o'clock, at the Exchange
News Room and the consignee's office, and no letters (an
be received on board the ship. Parcels are to b1 sent to
the Consignee's office only, and not latter than Wednes..
Passengers will please call a' the Consignee's Office to
day for their oirth tickets, and all persons having accounts
against the ship, will please render them to the same
place this day, in duplicate.
jel9O 9t RICHARD IRVIN, 95 Front sh.
J3-.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

0- FOR SALE-The Dwelling House, No. 36 Bond
street, with the lot In the rear, on Great Jones street, now
occupied by the subsc'iber-being 27 feet in frond on each

ED.-Died, at his residence, on Thursday last, ]
Major General Garret Vieit, a Soldier of the Revo-
lution, and the oldest Maj )r General'in the State.
He was on Saturday buried with the honors of
war.-[Belvidere Fam. Register.]

NiBLo'S SALOON.-The musical entertainment
of last evening was eminently successful. Mrs.
Seguin, Mr. and Mrs. Horn, and Mr. Bishop, uni-
ted their efforts to please, and produced an effect
which must satisfy them that they are favorites.
The audience also seemed in turne for enjoyment,
and exhibited' more than usual discrimination in
their applause. We are to have another of these
Soil as Musicales on Thursday evening.
The eVr attractive Ravel Fa.nily appear this
evening in a variety of their most pleasing per-

Reported by S. J. Sylvester, Bullion, Stock and Exchange
Broker, 22 Wall street, and 130 Broadway.
50 shares Delaware and Hudson........... 73
25 do do ............. 73 -b 3
2.5 do do..............72' "
50 do do .............. 72J- t w10
S0 do do...........72j--tw
50 Dry Dock Bank ..............100 -mslanos
50 BauK of Commerce ...............101
50 do do................lolf
100 Vicksburgh Bank ............... 51'
50 do do .............. 51J
25 do do .............. 501
-10 U. States Bank .................121
25 do do-..............'201
21 do do .............1201
S0 Ohio Life & Trust.............. 104 -s 30
10 Mechanics' Bank............ .11i
50 Harlem Railroad .............. 54-s 50
124 do do .............. 52-c
50 do do ............. 52
25 do do.............. 2-b 10
50 do do .......... 521-s 30da
100 Canton Co .................. 43 -b60
25 do do ......... 42J--bkOids
20 do do 4........... 41
10 do do ........... 41
25 Paterson Railroad............... 62 -slO
42 Sew Jersey Railroad.............991
50 do do .............. 99 60
40 Stoninaton Railroad............. 80
30 do do .............. 29|
20 do do.............. 291
38 do do.............. 29
25 dc do ............ 28t
175 do do ............. 29 -s 30
45 Mohawk Railroad ......;...... 62
20 Boston and Providence .........105.
15 do do ............-.10
100 Long Island Railroad........... 53 .
26 Jackson Marine Ins............ 81
15 Washington AMarine Ins......... 7
30 Etna Insurance.................113
50 East River Insurance'............ 95
20 do do .............. 94
By D. C. & W Pell.
Italian Maible-TLe cargo of the brig Helen McLeod,
consisting of 36 blocks or Veined Bardiglio Marble, viz:-
SBardigho, 1,75 to 2,871; Veined, 2,r7k to 4,50 per foot;
six months over $100.
Sugar-20obrls Pernambuco Sugar, 9c Cash.

THE MAxtieT.-Flour is extremely dull at Saturday's
prices. In Cotton there is very little movement. U. S.
Bank shares have run up to 122, because t is Paid some
parties have sold for delivery and the article turns out to
be too scarce, for their plans.

At wrarket, 50 head of Beef Cattle; 117 Cows, and 650
Sheep and Lambs.
Beeves-Prices from $10 to $12 per 1001be, average $11;
about 100 left.
Cows-117 milch Cows offered, and 80 sold at from $35
to $55.
Sheep and Lambs-650 Sheep and Lambs were sold.-
The Sheep sold at fiorm $3 to $6; and the Lambs at from
$2 to $4,25.
Hay -But a small supply in market; sales at from 75c.
to 1,121 per cwt.

Ashes-The transactions in Ashes have not been as
extensive as one would have been led to suppose from the
present prices,. owing to an unwillingness on the part of
shippers to come forward.
Flour-Fine Is very freely offered at 85t, without any
sales having taken place below that. The late news by.
the steamer Great Western has not, as yet, had'any
discernible effect on the market here, although it has de-
pressed that of New York.
Provisions-We have not the slightest] alteration to
make in our quotations. There are wcoderate sales. But-
ter continues dull, and prices drooping.
West India Produce-Sugars are extremely heavy, a d
prices range very low. Of Rum there is little In the
market, and it is brisk at our quotatio"s.
Leather-Owing to the spirited demand which h;s
been manifested for this article within the last month, the
stock of Sole in the hands of the manufacturers has be-.
come much reduced, and our quotations are fully realized
for large lots.

On Saturday, the 8th ista at by the Right ReV,
B. T. Onderdtnk, Bishop of the Diocese, .amnes
Desbrosses Olierring, Etq. of New York, to Mary,
daughter of Thomas Handy, Esq., of Newp in,
R. I.
This morning by the Rev. Dr. Macauley, Geo.
Farmer, to Mary M. youngest daughter of Dr.
Samuel Mfacauley, all of this city. *

On the evening of the 9 h inst., of consumption,
Mr. H. V. Garretson, eged 46 years.
List evening, after a lingering illness, Christina,
wife of Peter Sharpe, aged 59 years. The friends
of the family are respectfully invited to attend the
funeral at 5 o'clock, on Wednesday afternoon,
from her late residence, 79 Nassau stret.


jelts 8ti s Secretary.
N OTICE.-A general meeting of the creditors of
1 Dadid Carver, Aaron Williams, Luke White and
Ricks Robinson, non-resident debtors, will be held at
the office of Joseph G Masten, Esquire, in the city ot Buf-
falo. on the 20th dey of September, 1839, at ten o'clock
in the forenoon.-Buffalo, June 5, 1889.,
jell lawtsep20 Trustees
Consignees by this ship will please send their per
mite on board at Orleans wharf, foot of Wall street. All
goods not permitted in five days will be sent to the public
store. jell
SHIP ASIA, FROM CANTON.-Consignees by this
Vessel are requested to send their permits on board, at
India wharf, B.IL R., or to the office of the subscribers.
All goods not permitted by Friday, 14th instant, must be
sent to the public store.
jell 3t CARY & CO. 91 Pine st.
W ANTED IMMEDIATELY, a young man in a
WV Bookstore that is well acquainted with the book-
selling business. He must come well recommended from
his last employer. Apply at 88 Bowery.' jell tf

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High Watei tlis evening, 9n.2m. -10
Thzs Morning-Ship America, Fox, for Pictou, Talbjt
& Lathrop; bark Isaac Ellis, Spring, Havana, Spofford,
Tileston & Co; Bremen schr Henriette, Wencke, Bremen;
Br. schr Mary Ann, Van Buskirk, Halifax; schrs On co,
Nickersaoi, Point Petie, Guadaloupe;Extra, Wilson, Phi.
Last Evening-Ships Scotland, Robinson, for Liver.
pool; St. UClaIsr, Putnam, Pictou; Rich'd Anderson. Lucas,
James' River, Va.: bark Iwanowna, Dyer,St. Croix and
Leghorn; brigs Will, Dyer, Tampa Bay and Apalach'cola;
Suu, Banister, Trinidad de Cuba; Tantivy, Johnson Sa.
varinah; sehrs Samuel L. Southard. Southard, Ramsdell,
Tobasco; Celeste, Johnson, Baltimore; Cornelia, Rogers,
do; Amanda, Driscoll, do.
Barque Leonidas, Savage, 18 days fIrom .t. Cioix, W.E,
with sugar, &c. to Goodhue &t Co, and others. The schr.
Richard Taylor, Crocker, for New Yore,. sailed same
dav, and (n the 26th May saw her.
Brig Anrgora, Coggins, 17 days from St. Croix, W.E,
with sugar, rum and molasses, to B Defitrest & Co. Left
brig Patriot. Young, of Thomaston, dischg.
Brig Moses, Brown, 6 days from Charlestonl, with cot.
ton, to G. Buckley. 50 passengers.
Brig Ioaballa, McKee, 18 days from St Croix, Bass
End, with 77 hhds sugar, 141 casks molasses, to J W
Alsop. Left hrif' Ho-noh, for New Haven in 8 days;
Montevideo, for New York.
Brig Emma, Waite, i9 dis fm Maracalbo, with mdz to
Bouchard and Theabaud, Halford, Buncker & Co; Mur.
ray & Lauman; G W Hunt; A Agangoune; S C Andrews,
and to master. Left schrs Thorn and Nile, both for Boa.
toe soon. the only American vessels in port. lay 30th,
off Cape Mayze, spoke shhr Firm. fmin Alexandria for Ja-
maica. 7th inst. lat 93, long 73, spoke Brig George Tlur-
ner, for Poitland.
Brig Mars, o were, 16 ds fmn Mobile, with cotton to
master and W & R Kelley. May 27, lat 28 50, long:87 50,
spoke ship Cherokee, Im Boston for NOrleans. 2d mtt,
lat 26 34, long 86, spoke achr United States, fmin Havana
for NYork. Same day spoke Br packet Reindeer, from
Havanna for Falmou'h, and ship Braganza for Havanna.
Schr Levant,, Thompson, 5 days from. Eleuthra, with
pine apples, to A. Hubbard & Co.- 9th inst. off Cape May,
spoke echr Julia Martha, from Porto Rico, for NYotk.
Schr Harriet Chandler, Lozier, 3 days from Virginia,
with wood.
Schr William E Bird, Coarsen, 4 days from Richmond,
with iron.
Schr Andrew Jaokson, Madden, 6 days from Wilming.
ton, NC,wlith lumber.
Schr Carolinian, Oakley, 4 days from Baltimore, with
flour, to Johnston & louden.
Schr William Henry, Coalt, 3 days from Cherystone,
with corn. -..
Schr Mail, Davis, 7 days from Charleston, in ballast, to
the master. to passengers.
Schr Atlantic County, Tilton, 5 days .from Atacapas,
with live oak for the Navy Yard.
BELOW-Barque Thomas Genner, Koopmin, from
Matanzes, with sugar, ko, to M Taylor. Also, 5 brigs and
2 schrs.
Ship Balance, Liscomb, (of Bristol, RI.) 12 days from
New Orleans. with cotton, &c.
Barque Sardius. Ritchie, 15 days from New Orleans
with four, &c. to M. Taylor. Spoke, Wat. 32, 62, long.
76. ship Mozart, from New Orleans for Havre.
H. B. M. brig Bazzard, Captain F tzgerald, from Barba,.
does, sailed 22d May. .
Spanish brig Eagle, Ballard, from Barbadoes, 22d May
in ballast, to order.
Buig Elizabeth,Hawley. 12 days from New Orleans
with cotton, &c. Passed going up the river, ships Yazoo,
and Ocwulzee, hence.
Schr Carolinian, Oakley, 3 days fm Baltimore-flour.
Schr William Roscoe, Curtis, 3 days from Boston, with
indze, bound to Albany.
SchrMaryland. Ellkin, days from Philadelphia, with
coal, bound to Albany.
SAILED-Ships Wellington, Chadwick, for London;
Trenton, Bennett, Savannah; brig Wave, and others.
BOSTON, June 8--Arrived, brig lAlphine, Henchman,
from Triqidad, 23d alt. The brig Dee, BRea. of Halifax,.
from Jamaica, for Trinidad, was lost on Rey Britton,
about 10th Captain and crew arrived tat T. In the boat,
employed a lighter, went back to the brig and found her
burnt up, suppoGredby the wreckers.*
qSchrs Renown, Sherwood, from NYork, Meguntlcook,
Farmer, and E H Herrick; Pan Matanzas, Hows; Henry,
Gonen, do; Egress, Jendus, Albany; Osceola, do; Henry
Clay, Baker, do; Berry, Sears, Norfolk via New York;
Cleared, schrs Oscar, Small, NYork; Page, Basset, do;
A. M. Hale. Chase, do.-Below, 1 brig.
PHILAELPHIA, June 8S-Ar barques Pilot, Boggs, and
Robert Wain, Matbewa, Boston
10th-Ar ships Algonquin, Turley, and Chevalier,
Knight, I iverpool .
Brig Ann & Leah, Booth, Laguayra. Left brig Sirah
& Abigail, -from Boston, for New York, via Porto Ca.
bell .
Schre Darius, Providence; Mazeppa, Baker, NYoik;
Gen. Scott, Oreen, do
Old, brie Pearl, Harding, Boston; schrs Thorn, Bonnet,
-NYork; barges Comet, Cole,arid Delaware, Cressel, New
Evening-Ar -boat Porpoise, Smith, NYork
Cld ship Eliza &S Sujan, Rio de Janeiro .
BALTIMORE, Jnne 8--Ar barque Sophie, Dewers,
Bremen; brieArk, Liverpool; schrs Albany Packet, and
Potomac, NYork :
CIld barque Serene, Philips, Rotterdam
9th-Arr barks Sophie, Bremen; Ark, Liverpool; brigs
Ann, Rio de Janeiro; Albany Packet, NYok.
Cld-schr Rock Hill, NYork..
Sid--barque Serene, Rotterdam.
RICHMOND, June a-Arr nchr- Wm Granger and
Constitution, Boston; Columbian Eagle, N ,Yoks.
S.S1d-schr Sarah Augusta, Albany; Only Daughter,
Sandwich; Leon and John Estel, NYork. "
NORFOLK, June 7 Arr'schr Thaddeus, Hawkins, N
Y o r k "
APALACHICOLA, May 20-Arr bhip Rowena, Liver..
pool; brig Locinda, NYork.
CHARLESTON. June 6--Arrived, ship Silas Richards,
Dickinson, from NYork; schr Car of Commerce, Chal.
mers. do.
Brig Hunter, Bonney, 4 days flomn Matanzas.
SchrKliza: Montgonmry, New York, 2.S days akth
.ult. lat 34 35, Ion 75 25, Augustus Gustar, a native of
Sweden, was knocked overboard by the foreboom and
Sailed, ships Miterva, Wodsworth, LondoRn; Martha.
Washington, Stevens, Ann. Hall, Tucker ; Washington
Adams. '
7th-Arr ship Niagara, New York ; brig Aehley, New
York. "

NEW YURK.-A stated quarterly Meeting of the
St. Nicholas Society will be held at the Athenseum Hotel,
(corner ol Broadway and Leonard street,) on Thursday
evening, 13th instant, at 8 o'clock.

13' 3. G. TUCKER, M. D., DENTIST, success r
to.Dr. Kimball, No. 3 Park place. Doctor Tucker having
completed his Professional Studies under the able and el-
i tcient Instruction of Harwood & Tucker, of Boston; hqs
determined upon making the city of New York his place of
permanent residence.
To those who may wish to consult him, he now respect
fulty tenders his best services.
New York, April 18, 1839.
Doctor Tucker begs leave to present the following Tes
timonilat from Dr. Kimball
SDR. H. KIMBALL having decided upon relinquishing
the practice of -his profession, and being about to leave
New York begs leave to present to his friends his sincere
acknowledgments for that confluence in his professional
skill which has been manifested by the extensive and
highly respectable practice with which he ihas been hon
orei during hisreaidei 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.
station, and to whom he would with the greatest confidence
refer his friends-yet he would take this opportunity to re.
commend to their patronage and confidence DR. E. 0.
TUCKER, who has come to this city at the solicitation of
SDr. Kimball, and to whom he would refer his former pa.
tiente In the belief that he will fully sustain the high cha.
racter he has elsewhere attained as an efficient and falLh.
ful operator. Dr. Tucker manufacturer the same kind of
Mineral Teeth which have been exclusively used by Dr.
Kimball, and which'or strength, durability, and close im.
ttatton of natural teeth, are unsurpassed.
New York, April 2, 1889.
Testimonial from Doctors Harwood & Tucker, of Bos.
We have perused the above recommendation of Dr. E.
G Tucker, and do most cheerfully confirm, the very
handsome testimonial of our friend, Dr.. Kimball.
Boston.April 5,639. ap.3 d6m&lawns
8JL SQUARE-An elegant House, with the Furni-
5K tare and the Lot, on Washington Square. There
l-(s a stable in the rear. The House will be sold
Without the Furniture, if required. *A pply to
S JAMES BLBECK WR & CO. 30 Broad street,
jill 1w (42) corner of Exchange Place.
J* The Three story Brick Hou e and Lot, No. 47
BS1[I Hudson street, fronting on the rear on Staple
u-. Hutreet. The house is pleasantly situated, and
would accommodate a genteel family. Also, the two
three story Brick Houses, No. 68 and 70 Sixth Avenue.
Also, a Lot fronting Broadway, next to the corner of
SThirteenth street, 26 feet front, in rear 55 feet, and in depth
I 1' feet.
To Let-thethreo story brick House and Store, front-
ing on 3J Avenue, near 25th street. Also, the three story
brick House, fronting on 25th street, near the 3d Avenue.
:Alto. & large brick. Stab.e in 25th street, suitable for a
ales Satable or a line of stages.
- App y to P. A. HEGNMAN,
jlA lw 59 Sixth street.
jrPLANTS-2000 Pots-AARON LEVY will sell on
WEDNESDAY MORNING, 12th instant, at his sales
reoom, 151 Rroadway, at 10 o'clock, by catalogue-The
largest and most valuable collection of Green and Hot-
honss Plants offered this season, embracing about 100
s pecimens, rare. and beautiful, and in excellent condition.
This collection has been pronounced by all who have seen
It to be unsurpassed by any in the United States, and was
selected by a judicious and well known amateur, chiefly
from the celebrated collection of Mr J B Smith, of Phila.
Sdelpia, and perf cted by additions of every desirable ape.
cimen fiom the green and hothouses of Messrs D'Anas,
Col Carr and others of that city-many of the specimens
are as remarkable for their size as for their beauty and
rarity. In this. collection will be found several large fruit
trees, and amateurs may rest assured that.they need not
S lotk further for chole.e plants to enrich their collections.
Also, a copy of that beautiful Work, Risso & Poiteau's
-Hilstorie. Naturelles des Orange (Natural History of the
Oranges), in two volumes, containing more than one hubn.
died highlyfinished colored engravings of the flowers and
fruit of that noble tribe of plants. Catalogues and the
S plants for exhibition now ready. jell It
S ORlPORATION NOTICi-i-nblic notice is hereby
S glven, that a petition has been offered in the- Board
of Assistant Aldermen, to fence in the vacant lots in the
S Perns interested and having objections, are desired
to present them in writing, at the Street Commissioner's
O1ce on or before the 20th June. -
JOHN EWEN, Street Commisioner.
St. Conmr'sOffice, June 6, 1839. "jell

ORPORATION NOTICE.-Public notice is hereby
_U given, that resolution has been offered to the Comn-
mon Council to fence such vacant lots in the 17th ward, as
shall be designated by the Alderman and Assistant Alder-
man of said ward.
Persons interested, and having objections, are desired
to Ipre.ent them ih writing, at this office, on or before the
17th instant.
*AM JOHN EWEN, Street Commissioner.
St. Comirr's OfficeiJune 6, 839. jel .
told Java Government Coffee, just received, for
sale.by R. H. ATWELL, 381 Broadway,
jell corner of White st.8
8 FEEL PENS-Shl Ion's Steel Pens, a new article,
just received and for sale at Stationers' Hall, 245
Pearl-street. Office 34 Wall st.
jell D, FELT & CO.
-.T. ZTPHALIA HAMS- 00 .superior quality,small
V V size, just received by the latt arrival,/for sale by
B. H. ATW.ELL, 381 Broadway,.
S jell coiner of White street.
L9 with an Essayv on his Genius, Works, and Times, 4
vul.umes, imperial8vo, portrait.
SHervey's 'James) Works of, containing Meditations
among'the Tombs,Reflections on a Flower 0arc'en,A Des-
cent upon Creation, Contemplations on-the Heavens, A
.. Winter-Piece; Theoron. and.Aspasio; Sermons, Miscella.
'feous Tractsand Leters, l-vol, 8v6. *,
S Chilllngwonrth (W) Whole Works, with Life, by Birch,
S ivol,Si8.
b -Taylor's (Jeremy).Whole Works, with ap Essay, bio.
graphical and critical,.3 volumes; imperial 8vo.
Imported and for sale by D. APPLETON & CO.
European-and American Book-Store,
S jell '200 Broadway.
ft| 19I S aDGWICK's NEW WOtK--Means and
i. -J Ends of Self Training. By the author of 'Red.
S wood,' 'Hope Leslie,' 'Home,, 'Poor Rich Man', &c.
S Just published and for sale by
Sell ISRAEL POST, 88 Bowery.
| m t RS. MOTT, the celebrated Female Physician
.11V NewiYork, having just received a large quantity
o-l herbs, roots, and essential oils from Europe, not to be
obtained in this country, will be ab.e to cure those dies-
eases which have baffled the skill I of the most eminent phy-
: sicians. Mrs. Mott positively pledges herself to cure or
Srelievealld'seases incident to the human frame, and more
Especially the following : rheumatism of however long
a standing, tic doloreux, gout contraction, palsy, or pa.
ralyzed limbs, decline, consumption, humors, scrofula,
salt rheum, king's evil, canker ringworms, catarrh, scald
head, dyspepsia, debility, spinal affectins, nervous syrmp-
toms, white swelling, asthma, jaunders, worms, livdr
complaint, hemorrhoid, and female weaknesses, fits or
Falling sickness, and other diseases. No mercury or
mineral of ary kind used. Any females laboring under
various weaknesses may consult iMrs. Mott with perfect
confidence, and the greatest secrecy will be observed.-
Hours for seeing patients from 9 A.M. until 6 P. M., at
her residence, 119 Spring street, west side of Broadway.
All letters from the country (post paid) promptly attended
to. Medicines forwarded to all parts of the United States.
ap2i eod is tf

Lm1o0 MoTHERS-Whose children are troubled with
1 J weakness of the urinary passages, can be cured by
by Mrs MO i T, who has long made the disease a parricu.
lar branch of her study. ap22 iseodtl
Sa RUrSY DROPSY !-Persons laboring under thid
UP distressing disease can be positively cured by Mrs
MOTr, the celebrated Female Phytician, without being
tapped. ap22 iseodtl
'T IC DOLOREUX-Positively cured without the use
Sof the lancet, however long standing, by Mrs MOTT,
the celebrated Female Physician. See advertisement.
ap22 iseodtf
V ITS FITS FITS .-rersons laboring under this
tD distressing malady can be positive'y cured by Mrs
MOTT, 'the celebrated Female Physician.
ap2 iseedtf
A STHMA AND PH'THISIC--Persons troubled with
these distressing diseases can meet with almost in.
stant relief and speedy cure by applying to Mrs MOTT,
the celebrated Female Physician. See advertisement.
apUa eodbtf
8' CALD HEAD.-This prevalent disease is speedily
eradicated by Mrs MOT'T, Female Physician.
ap'i2 iseodtf
I, a AkD-6 kegs Lard,.for sale by ....
1. A4 je4 HOWLAND & ASPINWALL, 55 South st
S ANKIN TEAS -Young Hyson, in chests and half
r i.' chests, Hyson and Gunpowder, in half chests, Hy.
r son Skin, in chests all Nankin or country Tea, for sale by
[ jelO0 5t GILLESPIE s EDWARDS, 13 Wall st.
S.OrFICE-120 bags prime old Java, for sale by
S jel GRACIE (tk CO. 20 Broad at >
A JEAktb--.10 Mv supe.ior '1Havatia Cazadores', receive.
S ed this day, also, 500 M of various brands, in store,
for yie by jelO IGRACIE Ik CO. 20 Broad st.
SALMER MARGAUX, &c.-50 cases Palmer Mar-
S gaux. vintage 1825
75 do Chateau Leoville
125 do Chateau Lafitte e
200 do Si Julien, a superior low priced wine
10 hhds do a good table claret, for sale by
jelO A. BININGER & CO. 14L Broadway.
K nOBACCO-89 hhds prime Kentucky, for sale by
I .el0- HOWLAND & ASPINWALL, 55 South st.
j|-UBA TOBACCO-49 bales, lor sale by .

T HIS EVENING, June 11th, will be performed the
Comedy of the BELLE'S STRATAGOXM-Doricourt, Mr
Balls; Hardy, Chippihdale; Letitia Hardy, Miss Tree;
Lady Francis, Mrs Richardson
In act 4th, a Miuuet will be danced by Miss Tree and
Master Wells.
A Highland Fling, by Madame Arraline.
After which, a Pas de Deux by Master and Miss Wells.
To conclude with the Farce of THE YOUIHFUL
QUEEN-Steinberg. Mr Balls; Count D'Oxeneteirn, Mr
Utippindale; Christine, .Miss Tree.
Miss Tree's remaining nights of performance will be
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, of the
present week, and her benefit will take place on Friday,
being her last appearance in Amarica.
Doors uenat7)'clock-Performancc commences at7i
Ticketw- -Boxes.b, Pit, 50cents.Gallery,26 cents.
Corner of Leonard and Churc/h streets.
HIS EVENINi, June 11th, will be performed
the Opera of THE MOUNTAIN SYLPH-Donald, Mr
Wilhon; Hela, Seguin; Eolas, Miss Shirreff; Jesse, Mrs
After which the Farce of THE SPITFIRE-Tobias
Shortcut, Mr Lambert; Captain Shortcut, Walton; Mar.
garet, Mrs Sefton.
Tomorrow, the benefit of Mrs Hardwick.
Doors open at 7 o'clock-Performance commences at 7k.
Boxes, $1-Pit, 50cents--Gallery, 25 cents.

HIS EVENING, June Itth, will be performed the
Comedy of THE LOVE CHASE-,-Master' Waller, Mr
Proctor; Wildrake, Gates; Constance, Mrs Shaw; Widow
Green, Mrs Banniser.
To conclude with the grand Romantic Drama of MA-
ZEPPA, or, The Wild Horse of the Desert..Mazeppa,
Mr Woolford; Abner Khan Proctor; Thamar, Coles;
Droqlinski, Gates; Olinski, Mrs Coles; Oneiza, Mrs Wil-
The Drama of Rookwood is in preparation.
Tomorrow, Miss Lee, of the Philadelphia Theatres,
will make her first appearance as the principal Bayadere.
Doors open at 7 o'clock-performance commences at 7J
Boxes 75 cents. Pit 37J. Gallery 45.

W M. NIBLO respectfully announces that this es-
V tablishment has opened for the season.
THIS EVENING, June 11, the eLtertainments to com.
menace this evening with the wonderful performances of
After which the THREE GLADIATORS r Or, La Lut-
te du Puigillat. By Gabriel Ravel, Antoine and Jerome
Ravel. Tnis performance has been pronounced the most
beautiful mnd classical grouping ever exhibited on any
stage. -
Half an hour intermission for refreshment, which will
be served up In the Promenade Saloon when the Grand
M litary Band will perform a.vanriety of overtures, march-
es, &c on the terrace.
To conclude with a new comic pantomime called THE
INVISIBLE HARLEQUIN; or, The Enchanted Trum-
pet-With en ire new scene;A transformations, and Fire-
works-Don Cassander, a f1 planter, E Jerome Ravel;
Harlequin, Gabriel Ravel; The iMonster, Leon Javelli
Ravel; The Dancing Fairy, MdlleA Ravel; A Li tie Love,
La Petite Amour. Columbine, daughter or Cassander,E
Fenelon. The piece will conclude with a grand Tabseau,
descriptive of the Protection of Love in his Fairy Temple.

The Proprietor has the pleasure to announce that he has
succeeded in making an engagement, for three nights,
with that celebrated chantense,
from the Theatres Royal, Covent Garden and Drury Lane.
Arrangements have also been concluded with
whose chaste style of singing has el.,cited so much admira.
tion in this city.
the distinguished singer and composer, is engaged for a
limited number of nights
is also engaged, and %ill 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.

Durilngtherecess,a new and
has been built, capable of holding two thousand persons,
opening into the Garden by spacious galleries, where the
charms if music will receive new del ght with the fragrant
breeze from varied flowers and plants. The seats are
backed and cushioned with rich damask. The embellish.
ments and decorations'are executed by a celebrated artist
The greatest attention hai been paid to ventilating the
building,which, Er rN nOT, is pronouncedthe mostunique
and elegant establishment inthe country.
are newly'lald and enlarged. Lemon, orange and lime
trees are interspersed with a choice and pleasing variety of
Shrubs, Plants and Flowers. Refreshing jets of water
will issue from the Grotto Fountain, richly diversified
by thousands of new and briPiant transparent Lamps,
lately imported-direct from Paris, to impart an air of en.
chantment to the coup d'il 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 Knighta Templars.
THE PROMENADE SALOON in the GaJrden will be
Opened this season for refreshments.
Artists of the highest celebrity in every department are
engaged, to form a succession of pleasing novelties
throughout the season. -
Great addition will be made to thje Orchestra during
Sthe season, to produce, on a scale of unequalled gran-
deur, -
which has -caused such a bruit in Paris and London.
The entertainments will be given every evening in the
week, (Sundays excepted.)
3" No postponement on account of unfavorable wea-
ther !
Doors open at 7, o'clock -the Conceit to commence at
8 o'clock. -
Omnibuses will run to and from the City Hotel to the
Garden, during the evening. je4
I Collection of Indian Poitraits-Views of Indian
Villages-Indianp Dances-Ball Plays-Religious Cere.
monies-Buffalo Hunts-Indian Curiosities-Costumes-
Weapons-Pipes-Scalps, &c. &c. is now spread upon
the walls of the large Saloon in the Stuyvesant Institute,
where it will remain for a very short time,
SOpen from 9 in the morning until 10 in the night. Ad.
mission 25 cents. jlO Im

T1 Painted by T. SULLY, of Philadelphia.
*e SULLY respectfully announces to the public, thai
he inends exhibiting for a short period at 15S Broadway,
commencing on Monday, the 10th instant, the Portrait of
Queen Victoria, painted by himee f from the original study
executed during his recent visit to England, which study is
also attached to the exhibition.
Open daily f.om 10AM until 6 P M, and in the evening
from 8 until 10o'clock.
Admittance 2b cents. Season tickets 50 cents.
je8 dtf
FESSOR J P. ESPY, of Philadelphia.-A Course
of Three Leciures on the cause of the formation of clouds
and storms, at Clinton Hall, on Saturday, the Sm inst.,
and on Monday and Wednesday next, at 8 P. M.
During tt.e course, among other things,will be explained
:he means of ascertaining tie height of the base ot form.
ing clouds by the thermometer. Rules will be laid down
and explained, how any careful observer may know at any
time in wnat direction a great storm is raging, when it
is yet several hundred miles distant ; and many reasons
andfacts will be adduced, go.ng to show that rain may
probably be produced artificially, in time of drought
Price of admission to a single lecture, fifty cents-one
dollar admitting a genaIeman and two ladies je6 6tis
S: Tickets may be procured at the Bookstoles of
Messrs Carvill & Co, corner of Pi.e street and Broadway;
S Colman, 8 Astor House, and R Lockwood, 411 Broad-
way, and at the door. Clinton Hall.
r '1HESE Panoramas are now open for exhibition at the
I New Rotunda, corner Prince F.nd Meicer 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 Irom Mr. Catherwood's drawings, is superior,
asia 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 10 o'clock in the even-
ing. Admittance 25 cents to each Panorama. Books of
description 121 cents apl tf
Sway, under the Lyceum-Where may be had at all
times, his celebrated Philadelphia Ice Cream, of a variety
of flavors. Also, his superior Fruit Ices.
Forms furnished immediately on notice. je7 8tis
L P uE LUZE & VOLZ, No. 34 Beaver street,
a offer for sale
,.WINES & LIQUORS-20 pires Holland Gin, Black
Horse brand, a superior article, o'f Messieurs Wm
Paule's I& Son, of Rotterdam
30 casks Bordeaux White Wine
1400 baskets Campagne, Sillery Mousseix
All dA din I).il do PArdrimW

.aLBANY-From the foot of Bar-
Tclay street.
The ALBANY, Tuesday morning, at7 o'clock.
The ALBANY, Thursday morning, at 7 o'clnek.
From the foot of Courtlandt street.1
The DE WITT CLINTON, this afternoon at 6
1he SWALLOW, tomorrow afternoon, at 5 o'clock.
NOTICE.-All goods, freight, baggage, bank bills, spe
cle, or any other kind of property, taken, shipped, or put
on board the boats of this line, must be at the risk of the
oo ners of such goods, freight.baggage, &c. jelO
n JAMEt BLEECKER. Auctioneer.
FURNITURE at the Lafayette Hall, in Broadway, op
posited Niblo's Garden.
JAMES BLEELKER & CO. will sell at auction on
FRIDAY, 14th June, at 10 o'clock, at the Lafyette Ha'"
for the convenience of sale,
The ban some rosewood furniture, consisting of 2 rose.
wood chairs, 2 ottomans, covered with satin, and 5 fash.
ionable chairs.
36 mahogany French fashionable and other c airs,book.
cases, sofes, divans, American chairs, work tables, side.
board, washstands, bureaus and dressing bureas, music
seats, a set of dining tables, French bedsteads, 108 yards
of Brussels carpet, 2 pieces of matting; and centre tables,
dressing bureaus and washatands, with marble tops.
Catalogues can be obtained at the hall on the morning of
sale. (40) jelO

JAMES BLEECKER & CO. will sell at auction on
Wednesday, 19th of June, at 11 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
4 3 12 dozen Rock Madeira, imported- in 1826, bottled in
1833. from Newton, Gordon & Ryley.
12 dozen Mary and Elizabeth Madeira, or 1826, bottled
in 1829. -
3 dozen 'Wanderer Madeira.
8 dozen Franklin Madeira, of 1826, bottled in 1831.
79.12 dozen Amontellado Sherry, shipped by.Newton,
Gordon & Murdock, in 1826, bottled In 1833.-
50 bottles Lynch's Chateau Margaux, of 1831.
50 do do do do of 1827.
10 cases, containing 3 dozen each, of superior old
brown Sherry, Mat Hayes'sbrand.
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 do do
400 baskets of 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 ofsale. -
Terms -Under $11.0, cash; over $100, at 90 days, for ap-
proved endorsed notes. (34) je6
STOCK-Notice is hereby given that the New York
and Erie Railroad Company will sell at public auction,
at the Merchants' Exchange in the city of New Yoek, 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 interest at the rate of four and a half per cent.
per annum, from the first day of July, 1839, inclusively,
payable quarterly on the first days of January, AprIl, Ju-
ly anl October--being stock issued in pursuance ofchap.
ter 2 '6 of the laws of said State of the'year 1838, and is re.
imbursable at the pleasure of the Sctte, at any time after
the first day of Janiuary, 1859.
The office of the Manhattan Company, in the city of
New Yorr, is designated as the place for the registry and
transfer of said stock, and will be the place of payment
of the interest thereupon.
This stock will be sld In Certificates of $1,000 each.
anl buyers will be required to pay the amount of their
purchases respectively, immediately after the sale, when
transfer will be made accordingly.
New York, 4th June, 1839.
By order, T. J. WATERS, Secretary.
je4 3w
liHE Subscriber has just received an excellent as.
L sortment of Writing Paper, Quills, Steel Pens,
Fluids and Iqks ; together with a general assort.
ment of Fancy Goods, among which are, Penkr.ives,
Portfolios, Pocket Books, Water Coloes, Albums
and Motto Seals, some of which have engraved upon
them 'No you dent', with an illustration of the sentence.
EDWARD N. KENT, Stationer,
jelO No 3 Wall street.
I Experimental Researches in Elec'ricity. By Mi.
chael Faraday, D C L, F R S, Fullerian Professor of
Chemistry in the Royal Institution, Corresponding Mem.
her, etc, of the Royal and Imperial Academies of Science
of Parint, Petersbarg Florenrce, Copenhagen, Berlin, Got.
tingen, ModenaStockholm, Palermo, &c, &c. Reprinted
irom the Philosophical Transections of 1831-1838
'i he Voyage and Travails of Sir John Mandeville, Kt.,
which treateth of the Way to Hierusalem, and of Mar.
vayles oft Inde, with other HIlands and Countryies. Re
printed from the edition of A D, 1725, with an Introduc.
tion, additional Notes and Glossary, by J 0 -Hallowell,
Esq, F S A, F R A S.
Ancient Humorous- Poetry, No 2, containing Corno.
Nopi, Pasqtil's, Wright, Can of-Antidot for the Head.
ache. Reprinted from the edition of 1612.
Just received and for sale by
SWILEY & PUTNAM, Importers,
-161 Broadway.
Books st wholesale and retail. jel0 O
I COL eIAN, a Astor Hiuae,has recently published-
in 1838, by an American.
Part 1st. Addrieed to those who visit London on plea.
Part 2d. Addressed to those who visit Lonion on bush.
ness, to whom economy may be an object. jelO
IRDS AND FLOWERS and other Country Things
liby Mary Howitt. Just published and for sale by
iel ISRAEL POST., 88 Bowery.

ST'EEL PENS-Knight's Patent back Spring Steel
1- Pens; a laige supply just received and for sale at
Stationers' Hall, 245 Pearil st., and office 84 Will st.
jel0 D. FELT & CO.

T AYLOR'S POCKET LACON; comprising nearly
One Thousand Extracts trom the best authors. Se.
elected by John Taylor, l2mo. For sale by
jelO WM. A. COLMAN, 205 Broadway.
0 LD BOOKS.-D APPLETON & -CO., O00 Broad.
way, have just received f'om London, an extensive
assortment ofscarceand valuable works, which they offer
for sale at very moderate prices. Amongst the many will
be found-
Stow's Survey of London, 2 vols, folio
Pool's Annotations on the Bible, 2 vole, folio
Stanley's History of Philosophers, 1 vol, folio
Hirris' Collection of Voyages, 2 vols, folio
Lel'and's Collect inea, 6 vols,8vo
Percey's Reliques of Ancient Poetry, 3 vole
Spencer's Fairee Quebne, 4 vols, evo
Grotis's on War and Peace, I vol, folio
General Dictionary, by Bayle and others, 10 vols, folio
Rapin and Small's England, 5 vols, folio, Russia.
Swno flourished in theTime of George Ill., to which
is added, tiemarks on Party, and an Appendix. First Se-
ries. By Henry Lord Brougham, FR 8, 2 vols, 12mo.
Also, Concealment, a Novel, in 2 vole, 12 no.
Just published and for sale by
ISRAEL POSr, Q8 Bowery.
Or may be had from the Washington Circulating Li.
brary, 88 Bowery. jelO
f AMS -' he finest, Westphalia, Virginia, and
SDutchess' Co. Hams for sale by
jeS R. H. ATWELL, 38t Broadway.
J U1 E HEAIP-2o0 bales Jute Hemp, fo, sale by
'Je59t DAVIS, BROOKS & CO, 21- Broad st.
h.COTCH ALh-Leith Ale, in casks of qrs and pts, just
S, received in first rate order, for sale by
je4 GRACIE & Co. 20 Broad st.
.UGAR- 200 hlids St t;roix Su!ar, for sale oy
jet GOOD H U E & CO. 64 SouLh a:.
Tale of the Great Panic, 2 vols, 12mo.
Just published and for sale by
ie4 ISRAEL POST, 88 Bowery.
IU itt--3. hds prime Porto Rico Sugar, for sale by
je4 HOWLAND & iSPINWALL, 55 South ,t.
W HALE OIL-10,000 gallons, in hhds, tierces and
bris for sale by
ie8 GRINNELL, MINTURN & CO, 134 Frontst.
1HEATHING t UPPER-lou cates English Copper,
Assorted sizes, from 1I to 32 oz, for sale by
jeS GRINNELL, MINTURN & CO. 134 Front st
FLORA'S INTERPRETER; or, The American Book
S of Flowers and Sentiments By Mrs Sarah Josepha
Hale, author of Ske-tches ol'Americar.Character.'
-- A Flower I love,
Not for itself, but that its name is linked
With names I love-A talisman of hope
And memory.
A new edition improved. A fresh supply jnst received
and for sale by LOUIS SHERMAN,
)e3 Gregory Buildinas, 142 Fulton st.
for Copying Objects by means of the Sun; containing
the various requisites and instructions for carrying out this
most important and useful discovery.. Particularly re
commended to Botanists, Entomologists, and ehe scienti-
fic. Sufficiently clear to enable Ladies to practice this
pleasing art.
Ij The Prepared Paner may be had separately.
WILEY & PUT04AM,-Importers,
161 Broadway, New York, and Paternos'er Row,
je5 London.

Lieut. RICHARD" e1.'
BiZR'TS, R. N., Com-
'I his splendid steam
-ship, burthen 2016 tons,
aid 500 horsepower, will
sail from Lndon on 29th June, and Portsmouth on lst
The days appointed for her departure from this port for
London, are
1st August, 1st October,
1st December.
The rate of passage is fixeaas follows: Saloon, 35 eul-
neas, or $163 33. Lower state rooms, 30 guineas, or $140.
Fore saloon, 20 guinaes, or $88.
Children under 14 years, half price.
For freight, of which this ship will take s-60 tons, or
passage, apply to' WADSWORTH & SMITH.
4 Jones' lane, rear of 103 Front street,
Agents of Br. & Am. Steam Nay. Co.
An experienced Surgeon.will be attached to the ship.
Plans of the cabins may be seen at the office of the con.
sienee Jetl
SFOR LIVERPOOL-Packet of the 7th July.-
kThe- packet ship SHAKSPEARE, Edward Cor-
.l* jnell, will sail as above her regular day.
For freight or passage, apply oa board foot of Maiden
'lane, er to
jel 1 GRINNELL, MINTURN & CO. 134 Front st.

s FOR CAN iON, China-A first class, fasa
sailing ship, to sail on- the 15th instant from a
neig.hboring port, and meet with despatch in Chi
ina, is irt want of 100 tons mnieasurement homeward freight
je5 73 Wall street.
The first rate coppered- and copper fastened
ship ItOBT: BOWNE, C. Mansfield, master, will have
immediate despatch for the above ports She has good
accommodations for passengers. For which, or for the
bulk of 2C 00 to 30100 bris freight, apply to
my23 134 Frontst.
FOR HAVRE-Packetof the 24th of June.-
The packet ship LOUIS PHILIPPE, Captain
SJ.-Castoft, will sail on the regular day, as above,
taking the place of the Iowa. -
For freight or passage, apply to the captain onboard,
foot Rector street,or to
jel 22 Broad street.
,6" FOR LONDON-The last sailing coppered A 1
British brig MAGNET, A. Spark, master, will
have early despatch.. For freight or passage, ap-
plyo E. K. COLIINS & CO. 56 South st. je4
,the 20th June.-The packet ship .QUEBEC, F.
M. H. Hebard, master, will sail as above her re-
gu4lar a).
For freight or passage, apply to the captain onboard, at
Pine street wharf, or to
jea OR INNELL, MINTURN & CO. 134 Front st.
SFOR LIVERPOOL--Packet of 13th June.-
W-- The ship UNITED STATES, N. H. Holdridge,
JL|mastei, will sail as above, her regular day. For
frehtor passage, apply on board, at foot of Maiden lane,
orto ROBERT KERMIT, 74 South st. myl3
of 19th June.-The SOUrH AMERICA, Cap.
.j g-tain W. C. Barstow, will sail as above, her ie
gular day.
For freight or passage, apply to the Captain, on board,
at the foot of Beekman strnet, or to
GOOD HU h& CO. or "
C. H. MARSHALL,64 South street.
The rate of cabin passage by the Old LUie will hereafter
be $140, including wines, &c..and $120 without, jel
P g FUR LiVERPOOL-tNew Ltne.]-acket of
U 125rh June.-The packet ship GARRICK, Capt.
al iA.S. Palmer, 1000 tons burthen, will sail as above
For treght or passage, hi vlig accommodations unequal.
led for splendor and comfort, apply on board at Orleans
wharf, foot of Wall street, or to .
E. K. COLLINS & CO. 56 South st
The packet ship ROSCIUS. Capt. Collins, will succeed
the Garrick, and sail 26th July.
Leters by the pasktets will be charged 121 cents per sin
gle sheet, and 5o cents per ounce. Newspapers I cent
each my25
A."r FOR HAVRE--Tne superior coprper fastened
!lM and coppered French bark TIGRE, Captain T
AA Bourdin, will sail on the 26th June for the said
port. he accommodations for passengers are equal 10to
those of any vessel or packet. For freight or passage,
apply to P. A. H. RENAULD,
je7 3w 30 Pine street.
,6AU FOIL VALPARAISO-TIhe last sailing ship
[M1NATCH6Z, Captain Hayes; will sail lot the
above port onii the 15th June, and can handsomely
accommodate a few passengers, it early application be
made on board, at pier .14, E R, or to
my22 HOWLAND & ASPINWALL, 55 South-st.

SFOR NEW ORLEANS-LLouisiana and New
York Linel-Warranted First regular Packet-
1M l superior fast Bailing packet ship MISSISSIP.
PI1, Beebe. master, having most of her cargoaalready enga.
ged, will have immediate deaputch.
For freight or passage, having elegant furnished ac.
commodations, apply on board at Orleans wharf, foot of
Wall street, or to
mya E. K. COLLINS & CO. 56 South street.
Aa. FOR QU BBEC--British Vessel.
S TThe In first class British barque LORD CAN.
I TERBURY, Tripp, master, will have early des%
patc t for the above port. For freight, apply to -
JeT DAVIS, BROOKS & CO., 21 Broad st.
te -. FOR SALE-The fast sailing, coppered and
I subs:antlal brig EMMA, 245tons burthen, as she
M1 now lies at the-foot of Pine street. Apply to
h21 GRINNELL, MINTURN & CO. 134Fon at.
-FOR 8ALE-The' ship ILLINOIS, burthen
m 425 tons; builtirn this city for a New Orleans pan.k-
et, coppered, copper fastened and sheathed, wllm
alr whaling apparatus, consisting of copper boilers,
empty casks, boats, &c. For further particulars, apply
on board at Judd's wharf, or to
ap9 GRINNELL, MINTURN & CO. 134 Front at.
J ^ sailing A 1, coppered and copper fastened ship
,DUNCAN, burthen 350 tobs. Carries 6,000 bbls,
and in perfect condition for a two years' voyage, lying at
the foot of Rector street. Apply to
my3l DAVIS, BROOKS & CO. 19 & 21 Broad et
The fast sailing New York built ship YORK,
la she recently arrived fri-m Canton. This ves.
sel Was built for a Liveipool packet under the superin-
tendence of Capt. De Coat, and combines the qualities of
speed and strength to a degree remarkable for a vessel of
her age. For view of inventory, and for further particu.
lars, apply on board, pier 9, foot of Albany street, North
my29 2w- 55 South street
i kHATEAU MARGAUX-Vintage'of 1834-The sub.
_J scribers having made arrangements with Messrs.
Barton & Guestier, (who pui chased rhe whole of ihis via-
tage from Mr Aguado, the proprietor of this estate,) have
now received per shio George Cabot, from Bordeaux, a
supply ot this Wrne, put up" in cases of I dozen and" 2
dozen bottles each. which thdey.now offer for sale.
The 1, ine of the vintage of 1834 for delicacy of flavor,
agreeable bouquet and vinosiuy, is superior to that of any
former year. for a lonq period, ol this favorite estate.
apl6 A. B1NINGER & CO. 141 Broadway
m ENERIFFE WINE.-Choice London Particular,
r India Market and Cargo Wines, in hhds and qr.
asks, all of Carpenter,& Co's brand, entitled to deben.
Ire, for sale by
ap9 CARY CO., 90 Pinestreet
C HOPPAS & BANDANiNAS-12 cases large and me-
dium, entitled to debenture, just received arid for sale
by CARY & CO. 90 Pine sat. m30
IF RENCH PRINTS-Muslins and Jaconets, just re.
F ceived and for sale by
P. A. H. RENAULD, No 30 Pine street,
my 15 Up stairs
STON, %2 Broad street, now landing from the ship
Tecumseh,from Hivre. a lot of very superior Champagne
Also, small parcel of Chambertin and Chabis, which is
represented Ps being of excellent quality. my29

lkg 50 reams D. C. Dead White Tissue Paper.
100 do do do blue do do do
50 do do do crimson do do
25 do do do gold do do
35 do do do dark and light blue do do:
50 do do do bright and light green do do
26 do do do rose pink.
For sale at Stationers' Hall, 245 Pearl st.
je8 D. FELT & CO.

No. o Astor Row, directly opposite Niblo's Garden-
Rumpff, daughter of John Jacob Astor, Esq., and the
Duchess de Broglie, daughter of Madame de Stael, witn
,an appendix. By Robert Baird; l e6 3t
%VkA, NSIH and Mexican Dollars, wanted at high rates,
K At S J. SYLVESTER'S. 130 Broadway,
je6 and 22 Wall st.

o TER FEIT DETECTOR published for the last
15 years in pamphlet form and folio sheet, for sale at
S. J. SYLVESTER'S, 180 Broadway,
jelO and 22 Wall street.
ILLS OF EXCHANGE on all parts of Great Britain
and Ireland, in sums of 51. to any amount, for sale
je 10 130 Broadway. and 22 Wall at.

N OTICE.-The Co-partnership heretofore existing
under the firms ofSCHERMERHORN, BANKER I
dissolved on the first day of March last, in consequence of
the death of Oliver W Willis. All claims against the.
above firts will be settled by the surviving partners.
New Yolk, June 3, 1839. je3 14t

N OTICE.-The subscribers on the firet, day of March
last entered into Copartnership, and continue the
business of Ship Chandlers and Rope Manufacturers, at
243 Wat'-r street, under the firm of SCHERMERHORN,
BANKER & CO. and at No 63 South street, coraer of
Jones' lane, under the rm of SCHERMERHOWN &
BANKER, where they ofcr for sale a general assortment
of Cordage and Sntiip Chandlery on the mcst favorable
terms. J. .1. SCHER4ERHORN,
N' w York, June 3, 1839. je3 14t
pHE subscriber gives notice, that having arrived in
this city from England, in order to close the concern
ofF SCHWANN & CO. No 42 Exchange Place, of which
he is one of the principals, all business for the said firn
must be conducted with him alone, and that he will attend
for that purpose at their counting house.
Mr. Christian Klug is ne longer employed in the man.
agement of the concern.
7m1 June 3,1839.
HE Board of Managers of this Company have de.
cleared a dividend of three and a half per cent. on the Ca.
pi~al Stock, which will be paid to the stockholders.on and
after the 20th inst.
The Transfer Book will be closed from the 31 to the 10th
inst. By order of the Board,
Je3 1m J. H. WILLIAMS, Treasurer.
0'gO CAPITALISTS.-Wanted from $3 to $5000 on
JT. Bond and Mortgage on property worth double the
amount in the heart of one of tWe largest neighboring
cities. Address box 1344 upper post office. nihl8- istf
*A ANTED, to go a short distance inLo the country,
a LAUNDRESS, who understands her business.
Apply at No 5 Waverley Place. my22 tf
EMOVAL.-F. J. CONANT & CO. hare removed
their Wholesale Clothing Warehouse to 81 Cedar
street, upstairs, between Broadway and Nassau -t. my17
A LL PERSONS are hereby forbid trusting the crew of
the British Brig LORD RAMSAY, as no debts of
their contracting will be paid by the Captain or Con-
signees. je4 DAVIS, BROOKS & CO.
SOTICE.-All persons are cautioned against trusting
the crew of the French bark TIGRE, from Havre,
as no debts of their contracting will be paid ty the captain
or consignee. je7 3w
I.i Junel, 1839.
1. OTICE is hereby given, that an Election for their.
teen Direciors of this Company, will be held at their of.
fice, No 57 Wall street, in this city, on Tuesday, the llth
day of June, instant, between the hours of I and 2 o'clock
PM. By order,
je5 6t .JOSEPH GREENLEAF, Sec'ry. *
SMay 18,1839.
D IVIDEND.-The President and Directors have this
day declared a divided of five yer cent on the renewed
capital stock for the last six months ending, 1st instant,
and also a surplus dividend of three per cent, payable on
and alter the first day of June next. The Trandfer Books
will be closed from 231 instant, until the first day of June.
By order,
my20 t1m A. B. McDONALD, Secretary.
L)IVIDEND.--The Board of Directors of the HOW.
declared a dividend of Eight per cent. on the new capital,
payable on and after the 3d June next.
my23 Im LEWIS PHILLIPS. Secretary.
S Office, No. 56 Wall street.
"IIVIDEND-A Dividend otTen per cent Is declared,
k1L payable on the 1st June next. The Transfer Books
Will be closed on the 22d instant. By order,
myl7 Im T. BULL. Jr. Secretary.

Office No 57 Wall street.
THE June 4, 1839.
THE Board of Directors have this day declared a Di-
vidend of Eight per cent. on the new capital, payable on
and afler the lith instant. Transfer Book will be closed
on the 10th.
je5 lm3tis R. W. MARTIN. Secretary.
SPANY, No. 44 Wall street, make Marine-and Fire
Insurance, at the same rates as the other Insurance Offices
of this city, and the entire profits are shared by the In.
sured. '
Zebedee Cook, Jui.r Moses Taylor
Gulian C Verplanck Charles Sagory
Robert B Minturn William H Aspinwall
Pelatiah Peit "'Caleb kartlett
George T Elliott "John Harper
Rufus L Lord Adam Norrie
David Hadden, Mortimer Livingston
Sidney Brooks Nathaniel Weed
Berman Oelrlchs Archibe'd Gracle
Alfred Poll A B 5 raves
Henry W Hicks John Duer
Samuel F Dorr Joseph Blunt.
ZEBEDEE COOK, Jr., President.
ALFRED PELL, Vice President
JOS, B. COLLINS, Secretary. my25 istf
O ANSE COMPANY of the Ci'y of New York, No. 44
William street, one door south of Wall. New York, 4th
June, 9. 9.
DIVIDEND.-The Directors have this day declared a
'semi-annual dividend of six per cent. upon the renewed
Capital stock of this institution, out of the profits thereon,
payable on and after Wednesday, the 12th instant, to the
Stockholders of the lt instant, or tlheir- legal represent*s-
The Transfer Book will be closed from this date to -the
llth instant inclusive.
je5 Im GOLD S. SILLIMAN, Secretary.
ONEY sent to any part of England, Ireland, or
Ty Scotland, In large or small sums, to suit the conve.
nlence of those withingto remit to their friends. Those
persons living in the country, can enclose their bank bills
and forward them through tne post, with full directions to
the subscribers, who wi I pay every due attention to the
eame, and will remit without delay, according to instruc.
tions. SYLVESTER & CO.
'je4 156 Broadway, below Maiden lane.
.OtiSE FOR SALE-A fine spirited, GBEY
HORSE, fifteen and a half hands high, a fast trot.
ter in hat ness, and a very pleasant saddle horse, will be
warranted perfectly sound and kind, and without trick or
fault of any kind, seven years old. Any gentleman wi*ejs.
ing a horse to enjoy himself with as a I permanent proper.
ty, he would suit. He has the advantage also of being a
fresh horse in the city, as he was this morning landed
from a Coxsackie barge.
His owner, who came down with him, can give a satis.
factory reference here as to his veracity in his statement
respecting him. He is at Powell's ,table in Houston tt.
next the corner of Broadway, where he may be seen. by
inquiring for Mr. HOUGHTALING'S horse. ShouldMr.
H. not be there he may oe seen at 24 Vestry st. or at 14
Maiden lane. je8
C HAMPAIGN WINES-350 baskets sparKlingand of
S the choicest quality, landkg and for sale by
Jet GRAC-E & CO., 20 Broad st.
for sale by R. H. ATWELL.
jee 381 Broadway, corner White st.
.ARDINES, and French preserved Game, of various
S kinds, for sale by R, H, ATWELL,
je6 381 Broadway.
a i ALLEGO FLOUR-2-.00 barrels of this celebrated
brand of Flour, deliverable at the mills in Richmond,
Va. or in this city, for sale by
je4 GRINNELL, MINTURN & CO. 134 Front st.
V ERY OLD BRANDY-12 hall' pipes Champagne
V Brandy, 25 years old, from Mical Celerier & Co,
Cognac, for sale by P A H RENAULD,
jel 30 Pine st, up stairs.
EINE TWINES AND NETS.-The following as.
sortment, 25 bales 24 lbs, 16 do 18 lbs, 17 do 12 Ibs'
15 do 11 bs, 12 do, 10 ]be, 14 do, 9l1hs, 8 do, 7 lbs, 6 do .
lbs, 10 do 5J lbse, and 4 do Seine Nets, all Bridport manu-
factory, received per late arrivals, andjfor salon by
my7 E. K. COLLINS & CO. 66Sc'itth st.
it USSIA RED LEATHER-Just received a small
invoice, and foi sale at Stationers' Hall, 245 Pearl
st, by mys1 D. FELT & CO.

OGWOOD-75 tons bright Campeachy Logwooa
just received, for sale by
je3 HOWLAND & ASPINWALL, 55 South st.
1_ AILROAD IROA--259 tons, 2 x | and
m 260 do 2 x 1, with splicing
plates complete, for sale by
my31 1w DAVIS. BROOKSS k CO. 21 Broad t.
S-iUMAC-75 bags first quality Sicily Sumac, land
Sing from barque Chancellor, and for sale by
m30 GRINNELL. MINTURN & CO, 134 Front st.
ENGLISH CHEESE-G-loucester, Wiltshire, Che
shire and Stilton, of the best quality, for sale by
June 4 R. H. ATWELL, 881 Broadway.
iEIDSIEtUK CHAMPAIGN-600 baskets of this fa.
vorite Wine, just received per ship Erie, for sale
jel 30 Pine street, up stairs.
SHALE BONE-7,000 pounds prime quality for
sale by
F my28 GRINNELL, MINTURN & CO, 134Front t
UERS & CO. offer tor saie-
6 0 tons clean Russia Hemp, 20 tons red Sanders:

( Office of the New-York American,")
No. 18 Ne.w STREAT, N. Y. .
All Orders executed wit 'Vatness and punctuality,' and
on moderate terms.
Chancery Bills and otherLaw worxt carefully printed

No 337 Broad ay, New York.
April 29 tf

S. &L. Htl U M ES,
No. 44 Malden Lane,
Dealers in Linens. Sheetings, Damasks, Towellings, &c.,
Blankets, Quilts, Flannels, &c.
With. a large assortment of Dry Goods.
Wholesale and retail dealer Il Silk Goods,
SLaces, Embroideries, Shawls, Rich Muslin q, &c. &",
No. 231 Broadway,
(Adjoining the American Hotel,)
WThere will be found the newest and most fashionable
Goods in his branch of business n.y 29 is
A. BARMORE & CO. 522 Greenwich street.
Has on hand a large supply of this superior article, and
will supply
in anyquantities, and at the shortest notice.
N. B.-All orders for the above Ice,'-will be received at
T DOWN ING'S, 5 Broad street, where the article can be
seen. my6 6m

CARD.-MRS. EDWARDS (formerly Miss M.
Oram) informs he, friends and tie public generally, t.i-at
she has opened a Boarding and Day School, at No. 1 Al-
bany street, corner of Greenwich street, and is now ready
to receive pupils.
The course of instruction will include all the branches
of the French and English languages necessary for a fe.
male education, and for. which, the best masters will be*
engaged. .
References-Mrs. J. Waddiheton, Mrs. Dr. Van Rens-
selaer. Rev. Dr. Milnor, Rev. Dr. Wainwright Rev. Dr.
Teims made known on application to the school.
my15 2m is lios.
No. 410 Houston st., near Broa4way.
Vm R. & MRS. BAILEY would informin their friends
and the public,. that thor Summer Term will commence
the 8th day of May next. Great attention is devoted In the
Institution, to Elocution, Grammar, Arithmetic and Ma.
thematic, History, Writing, Composition and Miusic. The
whole school attend daily to the French Language, under
the instruction of a Pat islan Lady, who resides in the fa.
mily. The number of scholars is limited to fifty. One
competent Teacher to every eight or ten pupils.
ap29 6wis
will be received by the subscriber until the tenth day
of July next, at the Office of the New York and Eiie
Railroad Company, in Goshen, Orange CoUnty, New
York, for trioe graduation-and masonry of eleven miles
of their Railroad, in the County of Rockhlnd, extend-
ing from that portion of the line which is now under contract
to the west line of the County; and likewise forth gra-
duation and masonry of between twenty, and thirty wiles
in the County of Orange, extending westwardly from the
line of Rockland County.
I he line passes through the R amapo Valley, by Rama -
po works, Sloatsburg and Monroe % orks, and through
Monroe, Chester and Goshen, to Siuth Middleton.
Plans, profiles, &c. will be ready for examination after
the first of July next, at the offices in Tappan and Go.
shen, for the portions of the line in the respective Coun.
Security will be required for the performance of Con.
tracts. Persons who are unknown to the Subscriber, or
to the Engineers, will be expected to frnish satisfactory
testimonials. No transfer of Contracts will be recognized.
Individuals proposing for more work than they 'wish to
contract for, must specify the quantity they wish to take.
The undersignedo reserves the -light 'of rejecting all
propositions which appear incompatible 'with the interests
of the Company. .
For further particulars apply to H, C. Seymour, reali-
dent Engineer, Tappan, Rockland County, N. Y., and A.
C. Morton, resident Engineer, Goshen, Orange County,
je4 riOjy Commissioner for Orange and Rockland Co.
SROPOSALS will be received on the 13th and 14th
proximo, at the office of thfe Philadelphia and Reading
Railroad Company In Philadelphia, forthe Roadway For-
mation and Masonry of about six miles and a half of the
Philadelphia and Reading Railroad, between the Falls of
Schuylkill and the termination of the road on the Dela.
ware river. On this portion of theRailroad is comprised
a Tunnel under the Morristown Railroad, and a very
heavy lot of walling and embankment at ti Company's
landings on the Delaware. Plans and Acifications of
ti.e wortto be let, will be In readiness for exhibition on
and after the 10th proximo, -at the Rising Sun Tavern, in
the Germantown Rolad, and all further information In re..
nation to the work which may be desired will be given on
application at the same place, to CHARLES T. STEW.
ART, Assistant Engineer
Philadelphia, May 18th, 1889.
N. B -Contractors not personally known to the Engi.
neers, will be expected to hand in with their proposals,
certificates a. to character and competency.
Smyl tiljel4th .
R11OOMS-furntited or unfurnished, can be obtained at
119 Cedar street, west of Broadway-with breakfast
and tea, if desired. Terms moderate.' 'Apply as above.
TO LET-The handsome three story brick
Dwelling House, No 50 Pierpont street, and two
[ilql lots of ground, replete with every convenience and
I- --ldelightfully situated on Brooklyn Hmeights, having
a beautiful view of the bay and harbor. Possession imme.
diately. The house may be viewed freep 4J o'clock to 7
every afternoon. je4 lwis*

m HOUSE T.O LET. in the 3d Avenue, between
19th and 20th streets. To a respectable family It
S will be rented low.' Apply to
my23 SYLVESTER &.CO. 156 Broadway.3
m TO LET,. trom the pro nt time to the first of
October next to a small family, the marble house
la No 714 Broadway, with the use of the furniture,
i- which is of the most elegant description. Apply
to JOHN M BIXBY, Attorney at Law, 27 Beekman st.,
N.Y. my22 tf
S The subscriber intending to go abroad, offers
for sale, hiaresidence near the Beach, With the
grounds around the Mansion House and out offi-
ces, in all from 4 to 6 acres, and more if required.
'the'grourds are highly improved with shrubberies, and
the lawrs is scattered with trees of a proper growth to
render tte whole, beautifully ornamental.
The house has rooms.sufficient to accommodate a large
family. This place has no superior, if an equal In New.
port for locality, and the good taste displayed in laying
out the grounds,the whole having been under theexclusive
di-rection of a first rate English gardener. ,For part.
culars apply to J. M. Bixby, Esq, Attorney at :Law.
New York, ortothe proprietor.
[1U FOR SALE.-Aplace of thirty acres, beaut.
S2 fully situated near New York, bounded eighty
rods by the Boston Post roaJ,, and extending thesame
distance along the Sound, to which it gently slopes.
It is under a high state of cultivation, and is susceptible of
being divided into 3 or 3 sites for country residences-pos.
seemssing eveiy advantage tor 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 Letimprovements upon it,by p.
plying at the office of fhieNew York American, 74 Cedar
street, or at WV. W. CHESTER'S, Broadway, cornet
Dey street, New York City. mhl2 eodtf
F m NO LET-Thelarge Basement Roomrn-at presentaivid.
JL jUnto twoapartments, underthe Bank of the Del
twarhnd Hudson Canal Co. at the corner of William and
Pinestreets. Also, a Room on the floor ofthe same build
ng. 'Inquire at the Bank. 1 f16tf
HE POUDRETK ()OMPANY are prepared to re
move the contents b.'~ 'KS or, ParIviEs in a manner
less offensive than the usui. &)de.
Tubs with close covers are to be used, which are no
himptied Into carts, nor int o 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 writing,
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 yard 30th street, corner of 7th Avenue, wii3 be
promptly attenncedt
3 Terms, eigh (cents per cubic fiot. o22 -reonddt
S PIN UU iDi.-T-he subscribers offer for sale. the
Following goods, received per late arrivals-
5 4 Cambrics and Jaconet Muslins
6 4 Tape and Satin Check do
Brocades and Swiss Muslin;
6 4 'Priited Saxonies
Mousselain de Laines
Black and white Prints
Birdseye and Table Diapers
7 8 and 4 4 Irish Linens "
4 4 a 10 4 Sheetings
3 4 and 4 4 Brown Hollands]
Linen Dawlaa and Duck
Brown and white LinenlDrills
Pongee Hdkfs
Cotton, Hosie.-y, &c. &c4
ia7 REYBURN & VANDERVOORT, 10 Old slip.

GEORGE B. ROLLINS, Auctioneer.
(Sales Room NQ, 1,7 Broad street.)
W. I1. & Co. have made arran gements in addition
to their slies of Real Estate, at public and private sale, to
attend to sales of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, cargoes
of Mahogany, Groceries, &c. &c. and to ti'ansact a general
Auction and Comnumisslon business.
W. R. & Co. have opet,ed a REGISTER forthedispo.
sition of property at PRIVATE SALE.
Chancery Sale-At 12 o'clock at their sales room, 17
Broad street, under the direction o" Daniel Ullman, Pasq,
Master in Chancery, all that certain lot, pioce, or parcel of
ground, with the building thereon erected, situate, lying
and being in the present15th Ward of the City of New
York, known as No. 41 Bond street.
Also-All that certain lot, piece or parcel of ground with
the building thereon erected, situate, lying, and being In
the present 15th Ward of the City of New York, known as
No. 39 Bona street. "
Also-All that certain lot,.piece, or parcel of ground with
the building thereon erected, situate, lying and being int
the present.15th Ward of the City of Mew York, known
as No. 37 Bond street.
At 12 o'clock, attheir sales room, 17 Broad st i eet.
Chancery Sale-Under the direction of. Frederink Do.
peyster, Esq, Master in Chancery-All thatrcertain lease.
hold property, part ald parcel of the farm or piece of
land in the 8th (late Seventh) ward of the city ot New
York, known as No 22'Kingsat. In breadth in front and
rear 25,.and in depth 100 feet, with the buildiugs, &c &c.
Also, all that: certain other o16t known on the said map of
the said farm by the number 2t5, being in wid'h on each
side 26 feot, and in length on each aide7 100 feet, with tne
buildings and appurtenances.
2 Chancery Sale-tUnder the direction of Frederick Do
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 8t (late Seventh) ward, of
the city of New York, and knowfin 'and distinguished by a
map lately made by Stephen Ludlur,. one of the sworn
purveyors of the city of New York, bI number three
hundred and twenty six, said- lot being in breadth In frost
and rear 25 feet. and hi depth 100 feet, with thebuildings
and appurtenances. .
S. MONOAY, 17th,.
At 12 o'clock at the sales room, T17 Broad street.
Chancery Sale-TUnder the direction of Charles B Moore
Esq, all those three lots of ground siuate In the llth,now
17th ward, known on a certain mip showing the division
of the real estate, late of Nicholas W Stuyvesant, deceas.
ed, among his heirs as Nos 499, 6000 an-SOl..
S TUESDAY, June 18h W
At 12o'clock, attheir sales room, 17 Brta'd street.
hbancery sale-Uader the direction of Daniel Ulman,
JEq., master inthancery, all that, ceitain lot, piece or
parcel of ground, situate 0o- the squtherl corner of Hud -
son and Dominick street's ; being 21, feetfront and 70, feet
deep. I .
t THURSDAY, June B. 5
S At 1o'Clock, at their sales room. 7
Chancery Sale-Under the direction of Thomas Ad.
di. Emmet,: 1sq:. Two .lets of giouad situate be ween the
2d and 3d aver-us, on the .outt side of 6.h street, distin-
guished on a mab showing a divlion 0o'. a part of the real
estate ofthe late W &uyyveoiBan the 17th ward, as
NOsB 2 and33... .

isn 3 -. .
L. M. HOFMANX AuctioneWr..
L. .- Storecorner of Wial and Frontatt,..
L. M. Hoffman- & o. will give their attention to pur"
tSae Sales
At 11 o'clock, In front irthe auction store.
Ctaret-50 cases superior claret'
Wine-3D hhds superior Pale and. Brown Sherry; 10
cases Rhenish wine. :
Ground Ginger-. 10 kes p.re ground ginger -
SWine-7 half pipes exsra M*ilra wine
Nutmegs-10casks- prime nutmeg.
At 11 o'clock In frontof thiauctin store.
Madd-r-Under*arden's Inspection, sc 16 casks mad,
der, damaged on the voyage of importation .
At 12 o'clo k, infront of their Store,
Window Glas-400 boxes French window glass, as.
'sorted sizes.
WEDNESDAY, Juan 19.' :-
S At 10 .o'clock, at the Phenix mtes room.
Fresh To -The car o of ship Ala, ol. e, master, con.
slating of Jyson, Young Hyson. Gunpowder, Imperial
and Souchong, Intiae usual variety of packages. Ustalo.
roes one day preiou:,te sale. .
ALMN PELL, Auctiro -'e ..
R .',* k W, PELL,, '
.. .. StorerNo.S7 We street
-D C & W Poll will- give' particular attention o saes of
household furniture. -
S' '.THURSDAY, 13th.- -
At iPI I o'locik in front ot their store.
Bed Argo6ws- casks -red arA0s, slightly damaged
iging, Anclhors,:Chahe,&c-i2 'i( lock,-ln front of
thepublic store,, corner of Front and Whiteball streets,
for account of underwriters or whom'it may 'ocen, the
anchors, chais, tandlbg and running rigdirgi, all, boat,
&kc. &c,. aed-Itom the wreck of the brig overnor Cod.
dington. .
At 12 o'clckil0. front of the ubiac Stbre, No 51 White.
hait, cornerof Frointi /
Bordeaux Corkep,-,, balei- vhmm toriks 15,000 each;
10 do. do., 30,0 seeh ;-8 lo. deo4000. each.
-WDiEaDATY, iJ s t1.
Saleof W ,Jrady, Whikey, &c-12 o'clock, at
the, treo of Mere Hoiogs MJB, No 94 -Beekman st,
We hhbi0fqr casks asd u0Oir .Sherry wine, variuosm j 0.o pipesie h& -b and 100 qr
casks fine iMeea,e pb iJ dee, and Mexico; '10 pipes
Wo hidsand 40" qpcaek eo ib-don Pori 300'baskets first
qciality Chf psg;.,(90.oe superilrwiiargaux, Medoc
Sand St.Julln Claret,jnat errtdlper Junius and Havana,
60 half pipes Bordeaux and .m-R "ele Brandy, various
brands; 10 punch. old Irish whiskey.. Tbe above are all
entitled to debentur. bee..-dhreglm ortaWiw.e
TUMOAt,, tFts-:
MausaniUa Mahogaii. and-Cfdar-At ,.Bjeloek, at the
foeo of Market n, I., the care of iAe brig Neapoliton,
consistingef.Mansatwla.mabegaay and cedar. Terwas,
4 mes. over $100, approved eodorsednotes.
"- TUSDAY; June 2th.
At halfpast- l-o'clock, aet the Lasgle Room of the City
-MoteI -
Sale of Bottled. Wine,. part of the stock of Mr. John
4adsby, -of' Washigt n Oty,,:D. C.-10.,00ooe bottles of
choice Wine, selected by Mr. Gadeby, with great care tin
the course of the last thirty years- among which will be
found, Madeira, imported in 1807 to order for Mr. Jeffer.
son, Madeira, firom the well known house of Newton,
Gordon, Murdok &Co.,.inirpoited by Messrs. McDona!d
& Didglay, in 1808. Also, a very choice parcel imported
into Georgetown in 1706, bottle in- 1808. Also, Imported
by Messrs. Howard, March & Co., in the various years
from 1815 to 1825. Aho. Blackburn, imported fio,. 1814
to 1821, has been twice to India. Also, some extra, im.
ported from Messrs Shaffer i& Young, in 1812. Also,
S Wager," Madeira -Wine, selected, without regard to
cost, imported about 28 years since.
Sherries, Pomar," Pale Sherry," Lobo.",
Pomar, Brown Sherry, Lobeo," itmprted by Mr. Po.
mar, the Spanish Consul at Norfolk.
Also-East India Brown Sherry, imported -by Messr.
McDonald & Ridgley, of-Nortolik. M" "
All the above Wines were laid, i bT Mr. Gadsby,with.
out regard to expense, andseleited for him by competent
Some of these Wines have been in Mr. Gadsby's pos.
eselon upwards 3f 24 years. Their character is too well
known to require farther particulars.
Terms liberal. Catalogues will be forwarded if desired.
The Globe, The National Jntelligencer, The United
States (rnhila.) Gazette, The Baldlmore Patriot, Ti'e Rich.
mend Whig, The Boston Courier, and The Albany Daily
Adverti er, will please insert three times a week till sale,
and send papers stating, the charge, to D. C. & W. FELL-
for payment, forthwith.
Store, 196 Broadway.
and 21st.
At 4 o'clock, P. M. each day.
Private Library of Old English and Foreign Books-
Embracing an extensive collection of valuable works in
Theology, History, Classes, Fine Arts, Languages. &c,
many of them extremely curious on account of their age
and variety. Full particulars hereafter.
At 4 o'clock, .at their auction room.
Law Library-A latge and valuable Law Library,, con.
prising a large collection of Modern Reports. Among
which are Cranch's Reports 9 vole Dade's Reports4 v;
Peter's Reports 12 v; Vesey Juniors Chancery Reports 20
v; Viner's Abridgment2 v; East's Reports 16 v; Atkyn's
Chancery Reports 3 v; Cruise on Real Property 0 v;Peere
Williams' Reports 3 v; Durnford & East's Reports 8 vols;
Robinson,s Admira ty Reports. 6 vol; Statutes at Large, 9
v; tepinasses Reports 5 v; hitty's Pleadings; Chitty's
Crimiual Law; Saunder'a Reportsi English Common Law
Reports 11 v: Comyn's Digest, &c. kc Full particulars
A large assortment of fine and superfine white and blue
letter papers at low prices.
Also, a Washington proof pies., 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 ; 64 do do
mednm and half do.

H IDES -2000 hung dried Hides, for sale by
I- je6 HOWLAND & A8PINWALL, 55 South st.

. SCIENCE AND ART. is published evey month
by E. LITTELL & CO. 279 Chesnut street, Philiaie!phia,
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0 q bod. i 9 SLIP & COENTIES 'LIPL-Public notice is here. I every person vending, dealing in, or retailing Strong
am All 9f.hto, 4d 4A To sail from New York on the 25th, and Liverpool On The proprietors of the several Lines of Packets '..; by given, to aFl Boteer athe SOD Lu in AND City ol New Y orkt
till-g the 13t its ot: tween New Yorkand Liverpool, have arranged fortheir Mayor, Aldermen and Commonalty of the City of N ll person Ciy or New York
o 8 Ld PPLOM 'NEW YORK. sallingrrom each port on the 1st, 7lh, 13th, 19th and ath York, have determined upon extending the said Pier 71 Liquors, [except Iporners or Ditillers selling any Ii.
cFrunce,2vol. $l,25i Ll Ship SHERIDAN Capt. A'ug.F. Depeyster, 25th May. of every month ; the ships tosucceed each other il the fol- feet into the Riv er.
C~imore or distille by thereiy furhe qgavitn, aboveteeron
CiOibsA rues petite Amuies,9 'jb;$ h0; 8u"r!. Ship GARRICK, Cain. A 8. Palmer, 25th June Kati viz g- And notice is hereby further given, to all the persons five gallons,] without having first obtained a License for
Choixade LttresoMoraicsvt tol.,I New ship ROSSIUS, 'Capt. Joh. Collins,25th July. concerned in the said Pier, that they are requested, on or such purpose from the Mayor, and the respective Aider.
de etts M lsI 2hip SIDDONS, Capt N. B. Palmer, 2OthAugut. 3 00 0 0 0 before the expiration of sic weeks from the date of this rio. men and Assints of the Wards in whch they severally
aesnoyera-Aventures de Jean Paul Choppart, 1 vol, New ship ROSCIUS, L3th May. 0 M ice ard advertisement, to signify in writing, at the streetir a re 25 aed by Law, or eacoenc, to the aenr
A ~~~~~~~ ~~ ~ ~ C Shi ;0DOS Mt Jue ;0 ;P. Commissioner's office, their intentions' to 'corntrbute their' airy of $925;ar ncs r1ealnotealiina
-M ine. Cottin-Elisabeth, 1 Vol, 44 ctA; .ansfield, 8 vol 'Ship SHIDONS, 13th June. t 31 q;0 0 M 60 = -3; proportIons respectively otthe expense of building the said punishment, [ny Iiclinent,] of fine and imprisonment
0. 1,Jiae. C E1 4 M e v Ship SHERIDAN, 13th Jugy. A extension to the aforesaid rieror not to contribute ti.ereto, Tavern and excise Licenses ill therefore be issued at the
Mi- s ~dgewo h- i f miliere, 2 l, t These Ship GARRICK, o3th August. clws u w u o COO'' > S iV as th "m as they may deem expedient. Mayor's Office, City Hail, between tie hours of 10 and 2
-'& c0s Guillaume Tell, I o These ships are & of the first Cland upwards of further v that If anQ persons," o'clock, on t!>e days prescribed as follows, for each no.
Floaan-ab eIvol ca? its Gquilrtte, s voO tons, built in the city of rew York,with suchimprove- m 0 H o owners of, or interested in the aforesaid Pier, shall neMlect specrive Ward.
^0Octs; Nouve~leqt ?ol'8Tci;DBu~atk,vll, (Bmeats as combine great speed with unusual comfort for <*0 ;k S ,., ^ p 2 S !' W or refuse tocomply with thedirectiois aforesaidand shall -t Ward, Wednesday and Thursday, 15th and 16th May
7i; GonaUlve lon,l Vl 31, otm; Tolemaque,68 passengers. Every care has been taken in the arrante- *agjt40-- 0 5. ?_ LSi. not bear or discharge their proportioned part of the ex. 2d do. Friday and Saturday, 17h and h May
ce neloa-Bs tole d' ngio nesre, 34 cts, 1; e a'ue merit. of their accommodations. The price of passage a S ? o t S P pense of building the said extension to the aforesaid Pie, 3d do. Monday aid Tuesday, 20th and 21st May
Fle.,ur-Hitoi.. i^^*ng~etrr vo,l $1 ; CHistoir hence is $140 frwihapesoencungie,- OQ .- 2 30 that they will thereby forfeit all their interest in the wharf 4th do Iensa n hrdy ^ n 3 a
Hietoiree .l dco, will bee, p i Thes s b m-*Z age arising therefrom, agreeably to the act of the Leglsla 5t do. Friday ard Saturdiv, 24th and 25th M ay
ma7ie,$1; M istolrede dola1' te Ics vMythoogie, by experienced masters, who will make every exertion to W' -a 6th do. Monday and Tuesday, 27th and 28th May
73cts; Morceaux Cholis, $1,7o L6 cr give general satisfaction. Neither the captains or owners S. ree -re chcasne md e ande provid..
S- Str~~eoetw Co JisOHNe' OEWEc, Junee 1th comsioe. h d~o.WensaadThray 2han3thM.
Tote.. GUiaot-LeB Enfans, 2 vol, $l,7o, L'Ecolier,3 oeme shl wll be accountable for any letters, parcels 0 0 jel~c'6w JOHN EWEN, Street Commissioner. 8th do. Friday and Satury, 31st May, 1st June.
vol, ,r t Gractrees, 3 vol, $2. jor packages sent by them, unless regular bills of lading I 5 *IER No. 14 EAST RIVER,- between Old slip anri 9th do. Monday and Tuesday, id and 4th June.
afotafrr-Fables, 1 vol 81 cents; Contes, 1 vobl 75 a sg therefo. For pn- Coenties slip.-Publc notice is hereby given to all 10th do W wednesday and I huraday, 5th and 6th June.
TO. i E.K. CPOLLINS & CO..South at. New York, or to the proprietors of thesail ier, that the Mayor, Alder men 11th do Friday and Saturday, 7th and 8th June
Lvi-Msquless5 Hixstorigqesj ol). 1 r WM* &iAS. BIOWN & CO. Liverpool. and Commonaity of the C ty of New York, have deter. 1'th do Monday and Tuesday 10th and 11th June.
1~%arm rrntsl-.-Oonr Moran "'vol $2,71; &liLetters by the packets will be charged 121 cents per sin- mined upon extending the said pier 56 feet into the river. 13th do Wednesday and Thursday, 12th and lh June.
vaTor85eta; Les oCas.T vo ol 26; 5 Mor lenAcio, gla sheet, 50 cents peor unce, and newspapers 1 cent each. o And notice is hereby further given to all the persons con, 14th do Friday and Saturday, 14th and 15th June.
,.x ^ R my2o o n l corned In the said pier that they are requested on before 15th do Monday anu Tuesday, 17th and 18th June.
*rreniadeure(iie5)LaVache'nolie IvoIS0dteV FOR NEW ORLEANS. 4 a a the expiration of six weeks from the date of this notice and 16th do Wcdnesd y and Thursday, 19tr and 20th June.
tie, oula'tne Artt ^ a, :73 v seLA W to Z; -4- advertisement, to signify at the Street Commissioner,'s Of- l7rhdo Friday and Saturday 21stand22d June.
Rtan -L fa ra Valele A' flee their intentions to contribute their portions respectively f M3 Persons now holding Licensee, are requested to
Mnel.oltSSE m '-4 8 of the expense of building the said extension to the afore. produce them when applying for renewal; also, special-
ndlar, 4 Vol $2., a the sai axeso to tehteoap
Mme.Walhor-Aupste,o I uleChoixd'aE14.1lvol. Louisiana and New York Line of Packets. V ol, a a s a a a s a a s S said pier, or not to contribute thereto, as they may deem yreqyhsi ma
-6ine.. tll~tf (To sail every Saturday.) -_ expedient,.eate fteLw yodr
S / "1 Sh MISSISSIPPI, Beebe, master, to sail 9th March. P" CP 41, W W.S S, tots And nones Is hereX further given, t i JOHN MOUNT, First Marshal
o will be read# oary In July, Thi LOIVLE Allen, 96 61 atha 5 owners of, or interested in the aforesaid pier, shell neglect NewYork, Mayor'sOffice, May 1, 1839. my7 tje27
S l LrbrarsWitder tie sanction of the Massa- PillIVILLE A 1 5 or refuse to comply with the directions aforesaid, and shall ORP A
chueetrs Board f idua en, a collection of original and ldg $t =2 2 : 33 a aS a not bear or discharge their proportional part of the expense | ORPORATIONNOTICA.-Pubhic notice is hereby
selected Sre((B H *CHOO LIB"R. HUNTS alJEEdig,' 0h* a aoa^< ihseteted 'Boa d -of Sru* 16,aC~oecinorL rgnladIAAOA ahwy1 62dgvr
seethed Librry w~iitll ~r t O O git Le o IBRAY.v'uas e HIJNTSVITLLE Zlid gl 36th Apil 44 'S ofbui ing the said extension to tf e aforesaid pier, that gvn htaptto a enpeetdn h or
wo 550s'- t. JB.AY.ship 6t A.il toAt of Aldermen orglt 1tad32 tetfo h t
The Libraryone t 4j Irnhictwol"Wvia rofifDto *o1uae New ship 1 0- A l I-- they will thereby forfeit all their interests in the wharfage o the to regue 3r
each;the one toe h ein ei8o., ea4,ver acghg ro lum ec New a hip 3t. h / arisina therefrom, agreeably to the act of the Legislature, to the sLo i ne res
j"417.otme Ju#6Wf^i^e $file YAZ6 r 9 b It 2th I'; 0t: 0 i n s case made and provided. Persons in

ra~ning(from wo so.40 nagea. Tire forer,,or.Juven~le Ship^ YAZOOTrask, < 27th "; a a a 0* a a a? a s s a as 0^ JOHN EWEN, Street Commissioner. prent then. in writing, atthisuoflce non orbefore the 17th
Series, Is Intended t(r chitdie or froil or 12years: of ": SHAKSPEARE, Cornell," 4h May. a a.4 a 1, Street Commi-sioner's Office. June 10, 1839. jelO 6 Inst JOHN EWEN, Street Commissioner.
ag ndude he'ate~fradvduiofht~g,'ad The above ships ate all of the first class aoprd 4nd to~- St. Com]'sfieJn~h 89'J-
agp andsln oter ib tef-for andvancd ulsco hoars aged gheid cpper fastened, of a light draft of water, %nd builtIn thi GZ" ;~"~' OTICE.-Ali persons having claims against ED- ~~RUtfO OIIE-uhcntc shrb
parents. city expressly fortiere trade-, with eiegarn~t accommodatibns v C. giver~ ADRJNElt f hsct, eesd
Th Lbar s oco~~ reading, grid not schlDol. tatahnes n omaddb beadeprene .~C -ae husiereb notifiled tpresientcte, same f38rosettlement tor m ivn, thtaptiinhs enpesneuoh on
buitters- -rh-- York^ ^iS to New^
cjmisa, or text bQekW, t166 deslA4rbelnlt to furnish youth With- in rtnshe-p rice--of- passage from Neww okt e h usrbr thsrsdne o.78Bodao rmn'oni o eladpm n3dsrena h
pjrabl~o~sft ersa ilri tei eiur hu :-Orleans is fixed IL-8O Wr frm'eL-&asoNw 0t before the tenth day of December next; and those in 10th avenue
sluiiinle rest, dr o wtlima 01ir' .1 cc themr, anPO. of York at $90 wihu .4uos The wto at al*4rinb d. bted are requested to make payment forthwith at the Peresentshn nwiig tteterCm soe'

Th inwllearc every department of Sclence and sponsibiulfqr jewelry, bullion, precious stones, silvefr or NY~iafl Offce Juneie 6,ti 1839.o stitu .je .4P ae ewYrJle 89 fieo
Literature, preferenree'-ing~gwiVi-to wo km relating to our platte watre, orforanyetters,parccel rpackagesent by These ships aie all olthe first class, and a'ly command aYork Life Insurance and Trust Company, held ORPORATION NOTICE.-Gnand street repairing,
own counityhd t o history, iastitutiis. or pon boardorthem,'unless regular billsofladigiare d with elegant accommodations foCr passengers. The Tuesday, June 4th, 18,y, WILLIAM P. VAN RENSSE- s betwor Orh add unless regeet, adOfcaarga1
manners, t o ofowJown peephe. Being in. taken for the same, and the value therein expressed. All dwhe gianacomm t Lfverpoolas Igs fixed L4ER, Esq. was unanimously nominated t L Ill a vacaNS bewen Orchard and FOr at
tebd~ed''dr tiva $14 and forntoihesubscriberom LiverpooltotNew Yore at 35 uineas, cy in the Board of Trustees of said CO m pany. PubaIc notice is her-by gBven thao petitions have been pre-
orinmndita .htceI eiion,- oi Of a psrnoatr -:a. For f reight or passage, ar)plvto d6 y mrtdt
odeharant itin oal .chniacterne o rill bmop E. I K. C Ls 1.0. o dt. incddlne wines, storesband bedding. Neither te cap- jee3 w Z. A NICOLL, Secretary. souredro teo
character in workswill be p t a rid i y e N receivedW afte Fridayevetil mh9 tainsor owners will be responsible for any letters, par- XTINES, TEAS, AND GROCERIES.-Wines- wks ofthe same a to gdand pave Orhard st
The workLwfrl bepw i b pe ex.4 n 'e MW :. A M coels or packages, unless regular bilas of landing are VW Madeira- Newton, G M. and S.'.s; Leal's; How. beweenWalkeran-He .
pressly manufactured for the Litrary ; will be bound in SEW YORK AND NEWARlKe signed therefore. and March & CoV'aBlackburn's and others in caiks Per n and h, t
cloth, jwIeai.tr, b '. a--r Lavhg gilt I and after May 9th, the Steam- Agents for ships Oxford, North America, Europe, Co- dr t, in demiosa bottled Portof ost teraboves p ostinsaedired o
upon the backs, and'for getster, durability, cloth hinges g boat PASSAIC -will make three lumbus, South:Amerlca, England, Orpheus, and Gam- esteemed brands, in- casket and demijohns; also, of writing, ah reet Comu ioef
inside of the coverts. ps a da from New York to New- bridge quality, bottled. Sherry-W. Duff Gordon's, and Pale, the 17th Instant.
The larger Series wil befirished to Schools Ac de. arkr a. dayve fo N aY tI Nwew: b GOODHUE & CO. or Su sI, N. York Brown, and. Gold, in casks, draught, and bolied.- JOHN E N, Str.
arkrk Cnd leav asSHL 6ouh a, .wYrk
mea. kc, at seventy'ftcnts per volume,ard. the J;ve. New York, .Newark. C. H. MARSHALL, So Rhine-Rudesheimer, Marcobroiriren, Steinberger, Hrch.Cor OfficJe 6, ls. je
mivle Series at fortdca Woline; which the Publisiersm Foot of Barclay at. Centre Wharf. BARING, BROTHERS k CO. Liverpool., helmer JoharnesbergM Rauenthaler, sparkling Hock, S Coin
advy decla be p Aath a) oM r6e o'clock, A M Agents for ships Westchester, Virginian, Sheffield, and kc.; also, the Mosele, Brauneberger, and Stharzberger
work Bordeaux-Chateau Margaux, C. Lafi3e, Latour, St. Ju. rN pursuance o fan order of the Surrogate of the Coun-
roundtheir ~jh inrQ ecitual character, and the style of A4$ -' I 3 '4 ROBERT KERMIT.,75 South at, New York. lHen, Paulillac, Leoville, with other Clarets, of various U ty of New York, Notice is hereby given to all peraona
their mettuha'idcl execution. fI d'undays the P iSgAIC will leave- T. & I. SANDS & CO. Liverpool. rades and prices, in cases; Sauterne, of vari'ma bands. having claims against Edwin Beach, lane of the City of
~vtiaLock and,4 l`M U unse J9 o,'cloek Roco urgundy-Sparklinganstl;C mbrijoayad
A Bokcsewjh6ti ke'h andrKey.'flb *unae 'lc,A AM I 7* o'clock, A M Agents for ships. Shiskspestre, Iiudependence, Roce Brud-prln n tl;Caiem ~laadNew Yorkdcaetbrsntesm ihtevub
gratuitouely.Cto It! _Library. P M | S P M and Geo. Washington, Romanee Malmsey, L. P. Teneriffe, Lisbon. S. bila. ers thereofito hesub-cniber,at herreidence,No.4SWar*
Orders forlife above work afe respectfully solicited by 7-1 cents. MrT GR1NNIELL,MINTURN & CO., deira, ho. 14hampagne-Heidseick, Grape, and various ren street, or at the office of Burr f Benedict, No.73 Nas-
the agent in New ,Tork. -. :'* FERRIES: WL S, 134 Front st, New York. othe1 favourite brands, pints and arts. sau street, in the City of New Yoi'k, on pr before the
je8 '.T. l0UISSHFERMkAN. 142 Fulton .L -W HOBOKEN ERRICS. WILDES, PICKERSGILL & CO. Liverpool. LIQUORS. -Brandy-Otard, Dupuy &t Co., 1827 and twentieth day of June next.
A LlSON'i Hia ltOY OF E'~b .fram tre ctbm- -i44 Te steamboat HO -KENand Age"te for ships' Roscius, Siddons, Sheridan. and '30 Champagne Brandy, 1815, '25; also, bottled, superior Dated New York, the thirteenth day of December, 1838,
F. quality. White Brandy, of high proof, for preserving dl4 law6m ELIZA BEAC, Aduinistratix.
restoatio o f the F~rqc Rqv,46toio in 1789 to, the qINERwlupacnsatliety. roof, for preservingn or. Pac rnd.StCoi n amiaRubote ai urunc hanodr fte uroaeotieUnrt
Bopiti IBS B;ihiad lsri.tefm Barclay street and Hoboiken. _6,bt t'*'ok
restorat.Ho the oft>1lh I BStc bald Alison A_ J L 'l'^ ~ s 1 1, ''- COS'^99Tfie. peach'Brandy. St Croix and Jamaica Rum. bottled and .N pur6urco nodro h urgt lteCut
F R 3 B.drfate.v .'. PJ flfr- a, melt" ur a~ d half hour, andbok LIVERPeryi OLD LINE PACKES- Monongahela Whiskey Gin-Holland, on draught; Lon- having claims against Alexander Sydlemai, late of Pros-
161 Broadway, N. Yf., a-nd Pate aster ow, wrnneawefiualr'4ra~rmanBth day. ... -O ryi -ivE~nRPuOL I/ u PACKrETS.B^ do Excise, and Colognre Gin, bottled. Arrack-Absiitne, tori, Connecticut, deceased, to present the same with th(
ma7 3 :i 6 A Loiodqn N4.W Y;RK AND ,h.RI Gold 'to LIQUEURS AND CORDIALS, of every description. M. Peck, No6J ot tet nteCt fNwYro
SIf R IrOfUNDIIV -Gbrnat of' Jeim iad Gold stea ettei l MbsSisLti M SK .C S. SK IUUR -ORILofeeydeciton .Pek o 6 ot rein-eCtyo e Yr.o
*-1%Th bsr'br.lev'toInrru the Printe4- r i will heeate ea Orange, Lemon, Citron, Canle, nh, nise, orcelrethe 2Mth thof September next.
hat he hasa pdfthaed'tt dtet former __ despatched In the following order, excepting that when the ainad lather M art iniu bials;lso RCsrc ero v and Dated New York, the a Marca 189.
'101*41ginto PLE.I SWjarxd& avilg; fur SUMMIR ARRANGEMET. saflingday falls or- Sunday, the ship will sail ontthe suc-chnrench Annizetne, i baskets. Rpbr ad ANGELINESYDLEMAN
ha ntrl e iit," il ev odn d oke ftKSM EARNEET Cherry Brandy. mhl9 1ai dniitani,&~
"Tai bed. S centre d IWokme pfh G.tknd after the lotday or May, thea l leave ced a viz M QUORS -Brown Stout, Double and Single,
firsttT dife is now peled Walker etreft and -Harlem, fram 6 o'clock A. M. to 9 PrwmN.Tork- Prom Liverpool AL LI quarts, small packages or otherwise a.U KaUANT o an orue- made by te Surrogate of
U160 1a 12 P n e e y h lf h u I Iv 1l 9 T h e O RP E US 5ts-. G0 B ail sy Jan 7 braI d s. pn g lith Seotch a nd P h iladelp h ia A le a nd z the city and co 'in iy of N ew Y ork notice is hereby
giv enr noif allrgo Vers o n h a vin c-i s ~s the~h esVt th e Si
6~eh. t e be s- O bc4 k ,.M l M ay 7ol w n oi et 6rter..A1. 1 pre en the.1 T here withS5 5 on .B ie the*4 vou her an* l thel' office
ff1 h. 'Aug. I .1 ROSE AND PEACH WATER, bottled. las Judo lt ds
leave to state, that teh' ^etq ucD HAVAtA 19i 'f vYry super' o qlity a r0 61 ROSE

it "S'tq S:w, stree, Ne YorkWb patties, ARo s yaG ,a.nx.
l p^ y .5 e e 4 Lu s e ^ ^ h ^ ^ ^ ^op r y a a r q e e m/ m a l t s t^ n g H y s onin t ai nt h '7 R E T c a S i s e r i a G u n p odi e r, ha lyh s o a n d -h6 1 w MA YN N J D O ,d u i i t a i x
ear~~~~a $5.l~nlgu~a trd trtip ea- i.rqiaitei 5,7oWAY. Dec.r~~~nn~ne Aprl19W.1 oxs.Ja.1 -&YugHc. ncanses ade, afcetai of2 Pierre

^te^^^rf~~~atry~~aiW~~jmn^ i ^-;& WB A^^~ned~. j1 The NORTH AMERICA-61& tons j ebi9 chests, selected with great care from late importations. --y order of Daniel P. Ingrahari, AssocIate Judge
to ^ uytlLhed ad -ra 7n M ij and Tcn Oin smal boxesor b lb half chests, and of New York, notice is hereby given, pursuant to the pro
N. tA4 ze.9 The AprilE61 toeI G.Mr hs~vsons beofrtestueathrznatamnsagitio.

knewfourtiAuUt2eaoutia. *** .-" "^ l.. ** rw,.m^ *RI-Ak~ Jan.19 BROE*ltn **~ an. 7ctetl,,,*,- Man. .vllasofte ttLiberiazn a&ch~ei aais nn
ow Yorrv riggas~J aqT r HAA4 shall. of very spedo uality alway

bao t ka .101, QaYi oo Ma y of W 4 by -th Ag 19 ,t. u N o n hOCOA, in Shelland prepared, in small boxes. Cocoa reside o s that an attachm ent ha Is e Sgate
la o T I to mae Doc19j The (XOD80om-.ttb n v'i esFare ofJsehWWakannreiet-f.o tt

PPeFe 1 S COLUMBUS-663 tone-I B.i Shell. and Bean. B of New York, and that the same will be sold for the pay.
B5 et4~r kun aiiet. tliEWb*Iaff~ lCT o *1 baI',iiy, xrdayse ezcepepd, a( ? -iyctbock, A. M. Junae 1, Cropper. ?Juiy19 '* CHOCOLATE-Zealand, from the pure Caraccas Co- meri of his debts, unless he appear arid discharge such
Gunpo a Octtly9- ,r 'ha lec. 7 em, sBpiced; alwdy falaius attachment, accmtdinig to law, within nine months from
Powder is ilrVt6yea^^ tert'nd sto erta *. 1 SEV-BN 0CLOCK LINE. Feb 191,The SOUTH AMERICA-616 to^.-. PRESERVES, of Havana, assorted, andlof the iEast t~ie first publication of this notice; and that the payment at
ry'ohner8spKluPef C B June19 W.C; Barsow- Aug indies. any debts due to him by residents of this State, arid the
oJrenhikfcAIsrjI~aue. w^aafltlaiutqualtT, f'rdm thence to Bordentown, via Railroad., and from Nov. '1 S 1 3 lUITS-Bunch Raisins, Inrwhole, half, land quarter delivery to him or for his use, of any property within this
Jeq^ualfnlty ;ube ^ yte t o the gri; o'clock, P.M. -i. '* Jell' Waite. ,-(.Sultania Raicin.; Zannte Currants; Princess' and Bordeaux perryby him, are forbidden by law, and are void. Dated
t* 4 Superinon disrbj6 .rIdIPthe, 'a,*the J r o,a. Foassanger. '.faseahlns a al o ejj- ti jC mindsd by 11 s, Jp tirelrserr'm. the 8th day of April, 1839
^^^S^M~~~~~~~hvis ID^^^ & y^b*t-a boxe of one%S& n/p^ ,^ SMITH BA.RKER, Attorney for Attaching Creditor
a adge inai .11 P4dllN, Ma I, W.t"Pl Z..$ 26.ie FiBLAC ESlu

Also, GSIBBHiIgDAND 'MONMOUTH IJNL. y th sTos -ofh s wlb dozen glass jars; gerrings, Dutch and Scotch, pickled. In apaiaw m
IoJ ti.M.w th'niltSep9 Nv

upy W ^r 144 Fq. TheIIIAP iT he eons p s e t r fi Ma r- iesa rd che a Prtyets-nd 'o y day of May, o ne t ho usian de igh h uned a thirt y-
A W J on. 19 sh all. P' i4 a( to n. ^ $2.'" d d eck p passenger s to T e suron, ryi s, a nd stor es or Lveryer &eri ption,. aid di w t o o t o a ei ht au dd al s I pb t sn
R M eraylo n o te Ships wlls beCOCOAb PesentWillam T. McCounp, Vice Chancellor ot the
*I'ti~~~~~~~ae~~~theee~~eb Is 4 ab ay-aerhit'- posIble Mar.an 1e0es, paclolakgsm t by OCOLd k-egs a frrot Circuit.racsCo

-'-~t~ f^y ^ ^ IA!^*5Aen.le eua blso adPr.4I^4dAel^n' Jh raen vs. Rufus Davenport, n ZlanB
*" *,;- I fi~a^ t CO. .. 0Prt~ ,nraawhri'f.nr 'h~ C. H. MARSHALL, '[South st, N.Y. smoked Beet, &c. / It appearing by affidavit to the satisfaction of thi, coumn
?' yN'Pwrt n~C odAnti& CO. 9 Flestrea. i Ai~ 'agq a*"/e"la o* T" t's"wnr -""' mhlS,.J s.do^S T~^Er SUGARS-'St Croix, in barrels, half barrels, or- other that the defendant, Zalman B. Wakemam, resides out
ourebmeed fromt jUT agents,or those who are.kMAdi lo be |IN&W-YORK AND PHILiLDELPHI I. ~1A1LROAD aPl6 and toEA .ING, 00, .verpool. wise; Port" Rico; whitr and brown Havana; refined treble; of thlls State, bun is a resident of one of the United States.
-^lef~y4r> -. 1 -, .; ''' -^ .-' -, -' -';^;- l~y fazC'. _LtVERPOQL LINB) OF PACKtETS. double, and single Lgpp and Crushed, in barrels, half no wit, of the State of Connecticut-on motion of Wil-
WnaowerDRNUMOIJRU.& C(%..' Via^ Vo~eark, '^W' euiilck. ~Pninreeton 'nd Trenton. if .i jgS SA barrels, or otherwise. liam Inglis, of counsel for the complainant, it is ordered,
'~~~~1~ BijKtn(<(e4<.Tr^-i >i";'mi .****:*'hog .x^w ,'-~ fl y 'S y S S CANDLES- New tedford and patent Sperm, Mould, that said Zalinoni B Wakeman, cause his appearance no

plRll~llt' i'ofS "l llOttf'^w- LsavTdew-YOr~t-wi lhO$,t-. fi 'es-rediy To salrf'rnru New York and Liverpool in the following OILS-8perm, af the finest quality; Salad in baskets; Plainari's solicitor wirhmn four months from rhe dane of this
ontnlTy ioiT 4a~'ffa~entew'tea,'r 'Affsltftf s~e ^w order; Fitni New York. From Liverirooi. or Lucca In chests aud an retail. a order, and in case of his appearance that he cause his an-
yotl 'tarta ,?y1*ulgIy l*ua~d:'4r-n yyf ~ ("^ ff^ ^ ^ 7v v~- Aug 7 | Sept 25 S" AP-Old Casrile, Brown and White. swer to the complainant's bill to be fuele, and a copy
^^^*^ T-ae~eisfflwbr l ''Ch.Igol ^VWK^WheSt Ship INDEYTIEN BCE, -jT Dcc7 I Jan 325 SPICES-Mace. Nikmegs, Cloves, Cinnamon, and Gin, thereof to be served on the complainant's solicitor with.
Picwrr'lea flIy~r~. ^ a'~nnf~nttclc A'M .-B~=zra Nya, ^Ap 7 Maiy' ger; Whine, Black, aad: Carenne Pepper. galn ffourty thsfereo said vice of acomplitmy tfie tilaknd as

ast ttia.' rt t ceO Nov "i Tb O-a, Iandbplh it ;11State p r ik -
Y~tt.~o$a ip~rpiat4 !$I~ f OC Wl f5siffrs ill procrWe. theirt t Ricvt nter Ofie fo hp U AHIGO, 5 s* sotf i s e inrae
Podo is tWune7 Jul 2hamm pan of theScity, of norms a assfaorabed t do f the purcaseont'e sadppranlatoc nec ekfregt
-~~~~l- ',Jl l~ia.nelo4 -q orD-ZlN'clvC tos eSouthanrri cvatoy, Junn. Word C; BhpHKParstw 7g 7e 2 Incity. any debts.AwEI~ ~ roda
eil. rdithernwcrhe 'ai" nPiaelpi bat ag B orentho ugi waithout. band, fompenec-1 FRUward'ic Cornell. Inw e haf man. quate d leaer t( et aeh.n, r~tm.a...
zI, e. i.a-hAgl CLM i16. Julya

fm twent .to'iitrn aing 01 t'e lettexcetience edb ny.thway.' T all. 1 .uueyd1 Lipr o OWLAND kt ASPINWALL off.: torsale an a No bdrspa .
owe,8 ac n rtis wdohr RtrigtoLnewlTeesisaelltte first class, ab y commanded,' lIandi 55 South street (Copy. JONWA ORHCek
e fra t the ,r, ... ruins, Ird ehe Returning,7 the^ Lines wil leavePhl a Philadelphia at 81 wi h e egtamotonso passengers. The p ice uand e A outh refit e LoaW prancJOHN WAL WOmyTHl Cler
tnontian^^ptaD I'.' uio'n'iA e.eandt AccomM. da- t ioy27 L Wm.
An 'o t dTZO ....NEo61oW AM T andA*OPRA. MYT7 of assage from New: York to Liverpool is fixed at $i40 c d0o'a;8do nRefinedPLoaftSuRgar, 100 bb. W ri ofiantorder of te Soat
I crushed, do2$ ....... do' so do Purt Ris fiedoSo
'Wblw t a ,d tful~iy tatea.-;--~l ,.~ NEW JZRSZY UAILROAD aTRANSPORTATION and from Irverpoolto New York at 35 guineas, including c- -A full rtnt fled rwnherry also I NPURASUANCEof anorder of the bUrlogate Of the
b"t- .... n--l-eeeU-i-d-l lWOt, an edwB-timee n oip a.. ae.nbrow.nSherryalso,- e, a ad bdn AidMro L County of New York, Notice is hereby given to all
a u y e ,, w r and we'neea" "nly add, .Y wines, stores and be",.ing, k MaSdan Lu butt, .... 100. casksI 100 qr 4ourm
"N-doc a^.lttawr--.rTLHGazA .* ..- ... -_. 810,9 any letter st captain nor packages, ulbss regular ills or old Mare Wina l50 bnsia, his sweet ralaca s 100 do the ity of New York, paint dealer, deceased, to preoer.t
llilt u t oo41k no sot r-
tjnett' re,-LtGz1 us, to, doge th City of Ne Yorkn pain deaer deesd nope pree
r .ctea.Wr^ fed "k.n- ok ...... -S 89' *r lGRINNELL, MINTURN & CO, Dye 10, their place of business as executors, No 4 Wall street, In
[spe"ta ..r p.ib siLion -f d.cheste 1Cour. '.. Aggnts, 114 Front e or wood- ton briht Lima Wood 400 do do Cam the city of New Yok ao before the first da Dee
Itisa tl Uy wifoldu p b ;=-tte .f c~ teilo ,s JS,- -,,- --8W I E PC E ^ LL ^ ^ A"S L w u. 1" "h ctofN wY k, o orbtrehefstdy of Dcom-
'.- i iNW' BR"NSWICK TRAINS. -- -?el8 WILKES, PICKERSGILL st O., Liverpool ,. em 1_bachy Ltw al. Hemp. ,.",, b
Afa 1 0 erou i interert, anrels of uaka-s u s reua Heml o-f6 5ane uia e p. e et

Awork n v _ldi l ehdourendInteret o Leare New York(at;te footof Liberty st.)j LO1'DON ilNB OF 'PACKETS. Sponges-60 bales 8myrna Sponges. Dated New York, 15th day of May, 1839.
. ,am led cbs pn =..1.o Cution.]"- At 9 o'clock, A. M. daily.' to sail ontbe lst, 10thandcO0th of exryMknth. Straw-4cases Cut traw. WM. MITCHELL,
r rWnds hawe ed aentanlo. "4* M. do. Casia-50cases Cassia, inhalfpicul cases. HORACE SOUTHMAY ,
d-n-d, and that without. affsc~aiQn or pedantry.-.LWeekly 6 P. M. do. 1i ..... T". f Wool.-100 bales aborted Barbary; 100 do do Grecianl mylG law6m Executors.
True .. ,d .- t,,_%.,Leve .ew runsw ck. -l i gr dtb e r 80 do do Bengaa. T a Court ot Chancery held for the State of New
Thisut is, at V'"l A.I o Titie fpcetwl hratr 1cmosdaT V-Lfb

o^^ l^^ ^A^cockAMd.TsLn o aktwl eratrbcmoe oToacco-15 bales nine Cuba Lafobacco. AYr at the City of New York, on the thirteenth
[l*Talaad4. wGzet. 1- -do' thiefollowing etia which will succeed er ; othenln the Pimenito-100 bags /imento. daiy olnaoetosadegthnreknhry
It~v dayO of May onens thosan eight hunre aDyd thirty- rih im od 0ooCm-teciyo

w"1- -' *T 9 F: Id p *do. order in whtchtr..q are named; sailing pjnctuailyfrom Cordage-90 coils assorted Bolt Rape.,
161 Ydway Y. udTartroterRow, On, Snday, the 6 P. M trip fro w New York, and 7 New YorkandPosmothon the lt, 0and2th and ttig-5piece44 and 6- Carn Matting Present-William T. McCoun, Vice Chancellor of the
161 A6,l, Fur Seaerest, ann ar ahON a"h n u TheePresident, Diretorstand Cohpanyao F ,'ngf- the4N bales nges.orth
Je.,, o, London. trip from new Brunswick, are omitted. 'frm -ondon on the7tl. 7th and 2d7h of each month Marachino-40 caes, 1 dozen bottles each. First Circuit.
'jjiqnl jNBW.D~guenw, Ihotogeni. Draw- are between 'New York and lnzabetnhtown, 37. as follows.. Furifeal Skin,---O assorted Clapmatches and Bull iThe President, Directorf and Company of. the North
S Apar u ed~t;DBin copio t f leaves .of cents Rahway, O cents New Brunswick,75 cents rem New fork. LrmLod.&Port. -eh. River Bankof the cy of NewYork vs. Dad Rogers,
nntand Itwoto ptlni-autdl lBttrgl. s...eeeaweeds, ,.. iF to May I JAbeu2 agsi---ases MCem Rags. s.iaR. wife, Robert Lenox, John Jacob Astor, John L Ireland,
-'( f d Nw 'W*i t:Pttr- NmlaDertsrs, *LeaNew York I Leave rewark Sept. 11 Oct YI Oct.20 Pig Iron-100 tons No.1 American PIg Iron: 50 dolNo.2 The North American Insurance Company, an] William
-3n,..._.4i-8,..... ... .., o A. 7' '* May20; LADIATOR, Tbe- BrittlUJuly 7July10 Tin.Plates-al-0eustssorted Tin Plates. It appearing by affidavit to the satisfaction ofthis Court,
my2~ -' -' ~*TIadayLeavea e NewrMar. 7 Mar.10 soodo do; 100.bo.l Brts dod.aSeesn uir

^l^rT^ ^ ^^ 1'h Zr Sept.20 lop! 7 Nov.10 Fenento Sewing bilk-A small invoice i ant iccelved, redi and Which affidavit aas duly filed In this Court on the 8th
eAey, ^i iedHcamionoP e hu c of 'Feb 10, 'Mar Apr. I bu bandblackletter Sewing Silk. 7day of Aprillast, that the defendants, David Rogers, add
te ...w.t aor P. ie ** PM JunelO^. QUEBEC F H. Hebard. ^July27Aug.I Stone Blue-3caseUStone Blue. 8usan his wife, reside ouf of this State. bun are residents
''' .ELk CO 6 NO27 Dec 1 opp 7 igs Mxican Copper. ;el4 ot St Croix in the West Indi..: On motion of S, Ray.b o
IWT i ,, 8 6 ,* ,, Feb.2 Apr, 7 Aor 10 AVIS, BROOKS & CO. 19 and 21 Broad a. offer. of counsel for the complainants, it is ordered that
W ,.. ... -R 9 :, M do' ..... !h .. ... 7 Aug.10 an sal, on.,hvorable t David Rogers and Susan his w e a ir nipne
... aa<3UN.- rLAYDY' H ,; by Or ua C, Sunday, leave New Tork, aoot of -Liberty t 9 A M ne20 WELINGTOND hadw Aug 7 Aug. 10 r sale, on favorable terms- Md ad Ro d Susan his we, cause their ap.
S', Ldho. Aoime,. cd .t pm eave NewaikPM ad P Oct20/ (Dec7De;.10 aRON-aoo tons Ingtish Bar Iron, assorted, flat, round P earance to be entered and notice thereof to be served on
Juat- bltsthis ,nll, Esoiotla/ d "4 ig, le a PM, (Sayd 10.P.I.. Mar. 10" fApr. 2 May 1 squa. the complainants' solicitor within nine months from the
Jtretpisblhsked, aud'fer~~a London onae tUndays excptd. Mar1h oqf date moft thirst oirde;adi aeo hiperneta

,'.jet'--: -j : .f .IR&-E. OST Blowery. LsveNew rk at l2o'clockP. M ;and leave New. i-yI0'SAMSON, I A! 'LPjt' r'W .-c C : *Br' d#w'- ,; hnae "just ark at 10' clock P. M '-ov.1 Dec.27 Jan. 160 do olcand new Sable Iron tey cause meir answer to tne omplainants-hill to be file-
1 a li.hed-.^ .' i 'i ... L Fare between Jersey City a, Newark, 37E MMts.. Apr. A). May17 May20 1O5 bundles Englsh Sheelron. assorted, Nov. 12 r aitna oP y thereofto be served on thecomplainantysa ll-
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Y order of Michael Ulshoeffer, First Judge or the
C.'urt ot Common Pleas for the City and County of
New York, Notice Is hereby given, pursuant to the provi.
si)ns of the statute authorizing attachments against non.
resident debtors, that an attachment has 'issued against,
thie estate of Charles R. Briggas and Moses R. Munn, real
dents of the State otf New Jersey, and that the same will be
sold for the payment oftteir debts, unless they appear and
discharge such attachment, ascoiding to law, within nine
months from the first publication of this notice; and dithat
:he payment of arny debts due to them by residents ol this
State, and the delivery to them or for their use, of any pro.
perty within this State belonging to them, and the transfer
of any such property by them are forbidden by law. and
r.re void.
Dated the 18th day of April, 1839.
apl9 law9m Atttorney for Attacnina Creditor.
N OTICE of application for the exemption ol a deb-
tor's person from imprisonment, pursuant to the
provisions of the filth article of the filth chapter of the se-
cond part of the revised statutes. Francis Sherwood, as
well in his individual capacity as one of the firm of B & F
Notice first published April 20th, 1839. Creditors to ap-
pear before the Hon. Robert H Morris, Recoider of the
Cit) of New York, at his officein theCity Hail of the
said city, on the third day of July next, at ten o'clock in
the torenoon of that day. I
Dated April 19, 1839. a.20 lawlOw
A T a Court of Chancery held tor the State of New
York, at the City ol' New York, on the eighth day of
April, one thousand eiht hundred and thirty nine.
Present-William T. McCoun, Vice Chancellor of the
First Circuit.
SPeter Brower. guardian, kc. of the infant children of
Abraham P Brower, deceased, vs. William H Ellet.
It appearing by affidavit to the satisfaction of this Court,
that the defendant, William H Ellec, resides out of this
State, but is a resident ofone of the United States, viz .-
the State of South Carolina. On motion of M M David
son, of counsel for the complainant, it is ordered that tVe
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 his answer to ihe com-
plain.Lnt's bill to be filed, and a copy thereof to be served
on the complainan's. solicitor within forty days after ser-
vice of a copy of said bill ; and in default thereof said bill
of complaint may be taken as confessed by him. Ard it is
further ordered that within twenty days the said complain-
ant cause this order to be published in the State paper and
in the New York American, a newspaper published in the
city of New York ; and that said publication be continued
in each ofthe 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 on the said WilliamH Ellet,
at least twenty days before the time above prescribed for
his appearance. Copy,
ap26 law8w JOHN WALWORTH, Clerk.
A T a Cout ol Chancery, held lor the State ol New
York at the City of New York, on the twenty third
day of April. one thousand eight hundred and thirty-
niDe -
Present-William T. McCoun, Vice Chancellor of the
First Circuit
Andrew Stark, William Whitewright, and William
Steele, executors of Robert McCrea, deceased, vs. Samuel
L. Gouverneur, Maria 0 Gouveineur, ItobertTillot nn,
Otis Looner, Charles C. Pearsall, George C. Ray, Jo.
hannes H. Lott, Frederick W. Boardman, Sarah Besley,
Henry W. Warnrer, Ezra L. Miller, Ebenezer Mason,
Anthony Arnoux, and Gabriel A Arnoux.
It appearing by affidavit to the satisfaction of this Court,
that the defendant, George Clinton Ray, resides out of
this State, but is a resident ofthe city of Manchester n the
county of Lancashire, England. .On motion of Wiiliaim
Inglia, solicitor, and of counsel.for the complainant, it is
ordered thatthe said defendatit, George Clinton Hay, cause
his appearance to be entered and notice thereof to be s, r-
ved on the complainants' solicitor within nine months from
the date of this order ; and in case of his appearance that
he caube his answerjto t. e complainants' bill to be filed
and a copy thereof to be served on the complainants' soli-
citor v'thin forty days alter service of a copy of said bill;
and in default thereof that said bill of complaint may be
taken as confessed by him. And it is further ordered that
within twenty days the said complainant cause this order
to be published in the State paper ane in the New York
American; and that the said publication be continued in
each of the said papers at least once os each week for
eight weeks in succession, or that he se a copy of this
order to be personally served on the said George Ciir.ton
Ray, at least twenty days before the time above prescribed
for his appearance. Copy,
anD7 lawSw JOHN WALWORTH Clerk.
A T a Court of Chancery, held lor the State ol New
York at the City Hall of the city of New York,
on the: twenty ninth day of April, in the yea? of our Lord
one thousand eight hundred and 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 ofDwight Browning, de.
It appearing by affidavit to the satisfaction of this Court,
that Harriet B. Aivord and Mary E Browning, 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 oft New York, but has concealed him-
self in order to avoid service of the subpoena issued in this
cause ; and, on motion of J. Blunt, of counsel for the
complainant, it iq ordered, that the said defendants, Har-
riet B Alvord and Mary E Browning, cause their respec.
tive appearances to be entered, and notice thereof to be
served upon the complainant s solicitor within four months
from the date of this order; and in case of appearance
that they respectively cause their answer to be filerl to the
bill of complaint filed in this cause, and a copy thereof to
be served upon the complainants's solic tor within forty
days after service of a copy of'said bill, and in default
thereof that the same may be taken as conibessed against
them. And it is on like motion f rather ordered, that the
said Henry B. Alvord, do cause his appearance to be enters
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 of complaint, and a copy thereof to
be served upon the solicitor for the complainant In forty
days afler service of a copy of the said bill and in default
thereof that the said bill may be taken as confessed against
him. And it is farther ordered that within twenty days
the c mplainant cause a copy of this order to be pub-
lished in the State paper ar d also in a paper published in
the city of New York, styled the New York American and
that the said publication be continued at least once in
each week in each of the said papers for eight weeks in
succession, or that the said complainantcause a copy of
this order to be served personally on the said defendants,
according to law, at least twenty days before the time
specified for theirappearance. B(i^.
my2 law8w 1 11 Clerk.
AT a Court of Chancery, helh for the State of New
York, at thel City of New York, on the twenty-
second day of April, one thousand eight hundred and

FPresent-William T. McCoun, Vice Chancellor of the
Fi.st Circuit.
James Barker vs. John Byrnes and Mary his wife, Pa.
trick.O'Neill, and Edward McDermott.
It apppearin g upon proof by affidavit made in this
cause b Smith Barker, solicitor for the complainant that
Patrickw O'Neill and Edward McDermott, defendants
herein, reside out of thisState, and are residents ol New
Orleans, in the State of Louisiana; on reading and filing
said affidavit, and on motion of Smith Barker, Esquire
solicitor for the complainant, It is ordered, that the said
Patrick O'Neill and Edward McDermott cause their ap-
pearance to be entered herein, and notice thereI 1 to be
served on the complainant's solicitor within four months
from the date of this order, and in case of their appear-
ance, that they cause their answer to the comtplainant's
bill to be filed, and a copy thereof to be served on the
complainant's solicitor within forty days after service of
a copy of said b 11, and that indefault thereof, said bill of
complaint be taken as confessed by them. And It is fur.
other ordered, that within twenty days from the dare of
this order, the said complainant cause this order to be
published in the State paper and in the New York Ameri.
can, printed in this State, for eight weeks in succession,
and once at least in each week, or that the said complain
ant cause a copy of this order to be served on the said
Patrick O'Neill and Edward McDermott personally, at
least twenty days before the time hereinbetore prescribed
for their appearance herein. (Copy.)
my3 law8w JOHN WALWORTH, Clerk.
A T a Court of Chancery, held for the State of New
York, at the City of New York, on the twt nty.se-
cond day of April, one thousand eight hundred anQ thirty.
Present-William T. McCoun, Vice Chancellor t f the
First Circuit.
Nicholas Schureman vs. Henry Wilkes and Shu balt
Hobart and Prudence his wife.
It appearing upon proof by affidavit, made in thiscaut e,
by Smith Barker, solicitor for the complainant, that Shu..
bait Hobert and Prudence his wife, dependents herein,
reside out of this State, and are residents of Boston, in the
State of Massachusetts: on reading and filing said affida-
vit, and on motion of Smith Barker, Esquire, solickor for
the complainant, Itis ordered that the said Shubalt Hobert
and Prudence his wile, cause.their appearance to be en.
tered therein, and notice thereof to be served on the corn
plainant's solicitor, within four months Trom the date of
this order, and in case of their appearance, that they
cause their answer to the complainant's bill to be flied,
and a copy thereof to bs served on the complainant's so.
licitor within forty days after service of a copy of said
bi'l, and that in default theteof, said bill of complaint be
taken as confessed by them; and it is further ordered,
that within twenty days from the date of this order, the
said complainant cause this order to be published in the
State paper and in the New York American, pointed in
this State, for eight weeks in succession, and once, ht
least, in each week, or that the said complainant cause a
copy of this order tobe served on the said Sh-balt Hobert
and Prudence his wife, personally, at least twenty days
before the time herelin before prescribed for their appear-
ance herein.

rDH t HOR1iN has removed his office to 204 ul-.
ton street, between GreenWich stL. and Broadway.
Strangers are respectfutily apprizetd tfl t Dr.JDB kNik
w s bred to the Medical' Profession in the city of London'
ant has been a practical member of said Faculty of Physi
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
profound attention, vis:-Lues Veneria Scorbutusw, Scro-
fula, Elepi'mntiasis, and. in short, all diseases arising
fri ma vitia td state of the blood. His experience ls very
great. His success astonishing. In many thousands of
cases committed to his care, of all grade, and every degree
of malignancy, hlie has speedily restored his patlentsto
health and a aoundconstitution.
He cautionsthe unfortunate againstthe abuse of mer
cury. Thousands are annually mercurialized out of life
ooethat your case is eradicated, not patched up. The
learned Dr. Buchian emphatically observes--" Married
persons, and persons about to be married should be par
ticularly cautioueofthoseafflictions. What a dreadful in
heritance to transmitto posterity." Persons aflicted with
protracted and deplorable cases need not despair of a
complete recovery, by applying to Dr. Hornme. Recent
affections, wheri local, are, without mercury, extinguish-
ed in a few days. What grieves the Dr. is, that many
afflictea,instead of taking his salutary advice, have re
course to advertised nostrums, where there, is no reeponsi
ability, and the compounders unknown; by such moans,
throwing away their money, (where they vainly hope to
save,) and ruinforever theli constitution.:
Persons who may have contracted disease, or suspect
latent poison, are invited to make application to Ir
HORNE. at hisi Establishment, No.204 Fltton at., be.
tween Greenwich st. and Broadway. A i evidence of thirty
wo years in New York city, has radically establlshea
Dr Horne'scharacterforsteriinghonor- andbasedonirea
respectabilityand skill. Dr.Horne ofersto his patron
a sure guarantee.
Offices forseparate consultations. Patients cei never
come in contact.
Attendance until half past t9 In the evening.
No Letters taken in unless post paid. All dcity letters
3psc- Stultor-umincutatapudormaiu. uisc r ceta .
-Horace's 16tb Epistle.
P.S .-As lon as Dr.Hornedeslresthobenetltthepubliefl
it is proper he should continue.,hia advertisement for th
goodofstrantgers, as itis well known peoplearetxtremel
shy in speaking ofcases of a delicate nature, e'en where
v physicians pre-eminently successful. '; e ]1
.Vit ventive is better than a Cure."-Thie Is no medi.
cal observation better established, none more generally
confirmed by the experience of the best physicians of all
ages and countries, and none of more importance to the
whole human family, than the fact ha i many of hshe most
difficult and inicui able conumptionsa originate in neglect.
ed colds. In a climate so variable as ours, where the
changes of weather are frequently sudden and unexpected,
it requires moa e care and abtei.non to guard Laglu.st this
dangerous enemy to hum n life, than most people tma.
gine, or are able and willing to bestow. The birlso' mor.
tality exhibit the melancholy fact that the proportion of
deaths by this disease are as five to one. oInasmuch,
then, as th, fatal disease Is increasing and spreading o
widely and fear full f. and bids defiance to the skill ofthe
most experienced physicians, it is a gratificrtion to the
subscriber to be enabled to offer to all who are of con.
sumpt've habits, or those afflicted with distressing
cot gh&e, colds, asthma, or any affection of the breast
and lungs, a reasonable prospect of relief by
using his celebrated Strenethening Plasterh. They
have been used ,ver the United States for the last
twenty years, and have every where given general satis.
faction The subscr.betr has had the pleasure of selling
them da'ly for a number of ye-'.rs in this city, and of the
many thousands who have used them he has not heard a
dezen complaints. They are also patronized extensive-
ly by the medical profession, and probably there is iot
an intelligent pbiysic~an in the world that would hesi.
rate to sanction them by his naje and influehcei when
made acquainted with their comrosition. 'Ihe numerous
cut es they have edfcted are worth a million theories, and
they are most earnestly recommended to those who are thus
afflicted. Pei sons whose business requires that they should
stand or sit much, or those of sedenra-y habits generally,
who are troubled with pains or weakness in the breast, side,
back or limbs, are advised to try one of these beautiful
plasters, as they are essentially different from all others,
and aie free fiom the objections which are made against
plasters generally. Peraons about to purchase them will
remember to ask for"Badeau's Strengthening Plaslers,"
and see that the accompanyingdirectiona have my sign.
ture', without whicti none are genuine. They are destined,
doubtless, ere long to become one of the most popular
remedies of the age, as they address themselves to the
good sense of all intelligent persons, and from tbi low price
may be obtained by all. They are spread in a scientdic
manner on the most beautiful lamb-skin, will not stain
the whitest linen, and may be woin with ease andcomfort
for rne month. They aie put up in boxes, with large and
attractive show bills, will keep in any climate, will be for.
warded to any part of the world as per order, and a large
discount made to those who buy to sell again. Sold at
wholesale and retail, by th, subscriber, who is the sole
proprietor, at the Bowery Medicine Store, 260 Bowery.
jl N. W. BADEAU4
.CENTRATED.-For purifying the blood(, removing
eruptions, &c,, from the skio, and all impurities from the
system, this pleasant and healthy Syrup has no equal.-
Perhaps there ia no more certain way of promoting gene-
ral health during the Summer, than by using this Syrup in
the Spring. The medical profession give it a decided pro.
ference over all the most celebrated Panaceas, Syrups,
&c., and nut sing mothers, whose. inflints are aicted with
Scald Head, Sore Ears, or Weak Eyes, are particularly
recomnimtnued to use it. It is perfectly harimless, and when
combined with Seldlitz or Soda Water, forms a cooling
and agreeable beverage. Used with cold water, It makes
a very pleasant Summer drink, and may be, ;ed with ad.
vantage by most persons at anytime. ft lriepared Iroe
tire best Honduras Sarsparil~a, according to thetrost ap.
proved formulas, and great care has been taken'- to keep
it tree from impurities and all obnoxious admixtures.
Prepared and sold, at wholesale and ietall by'the sube
scriber, at the Bowery Medicine store, 268 Bowery, New
York. '' myll
|l kNUINE BEAR'S GREASE-For promoting the
q'Hu growth of the hair, and imparting beautiful and
glossy lustre to it, far superior to asy other application.
The suijeriority of this 'Oil over every pre4ptatiln for in.
during the growth of the, hair, is genMrally acceded to by
all who have used it, as it imparts a glossy rnchr ese o the
hair, rendering it soft and flexible, and exciting the capil.
lany ve.oehs to healthy action. -T*ronsbecaming bald
by sickness or o.her causes, the aliplicatern of this Oil
daily, will soon produce a reaction of its growth. The
subscriber has just received afreshi supply of the genuine
article, put up neatly in earthen pets and^ prepared ex-
pressly tor his retail trade, at the Bowery Medicine Store,
No 2'0 Bowery. my2041
B. highly celebrated fur the c ue of consumption, liver
complaints, raising biod, &c. &c., is sold at the Be. ery
Medicine Store, 260 Bowery. The subscriber warrants
this Balsam to be the genufne article, received direct from
the proprietor.'

ny i4 '2 N. W. BADEAU, Agent.
Cl AND PRINTING.-1. & C. WOOD, No. 18 Wall
street, offer for sale-
Swar, Quills-A large assortment of the fl.st qualityby
the hundred or thousand
SSteel Pens-Perryian, Gillot'e, Windle's, and other kinds
Wafers-Red, black arid mixed colors of all sizes, trans-
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 dozen or retail
Manifold Writers, Tiavelling Port Folios and Bank
Note Port Folios, for Brokers.
Maps of every State in t he Union Sect'on Maps,
Mitchel's Maps of the United States
Law Blanks of every kind and pother Blanks
Writing Paper and WrappingP Taper of all kanas f(r
sale by the retail'or qurantity
Check Books-A splendid asortmenk of Checks on all
the different Banks ot the city
Blank Books of every sort and kind, made to every sixe
and ruled to any pattern -
Lithography-The subscribers having at a great ex-
pense fitted up their Lithographic, are now ready to exe-
cute at the shortest possible notice, all orderw4n the above
lr.e: Such as Citculais, Drafts, Bills' o6 -Exchange
Notes, Diagrams, Maps,-Plans, Plates, and in a manner
equal if riot superior to any other establishment of the
kind in the city. my9 tf
- folio
Collier's Church History, 2 vols
Leasfetlo's Bible, folio
Cyprian Episcipi
Cyprian Opera
Cascetas on Jeremiah
Coverdale's Bible, 4to
Carpenter's Introduction to the Scriptures
Calvin's Institute do Life
Churchman Armed, 3 vole
Cave's Lives, 2-vols .
Cave's Primitive Christianity
'Cox's Lives of th6 Fathers
Qlaude',s Essays, with notes, by ROblnson, i2 vols
Clau4e's Defence. Just received andb for saleby
my2% $WORDS, STANFORD & CO. 152 Broadway.
1 eCULLOCH'S DICTIONARY, Praiclcal, Theorel
.v1 tical and Historical, o onmixiftrce and Commercial
Nav igation, illustrated with meaps and plansi.a -new edi.
fiOb, with a new-and enlarged Suppiement;-bringing down
the information contained iD the work tu) th present: time.
Imported per the ship quebec, and will be ready for
delivery fn a few days, by _
my20 .A.APPLETONk C'O-. 200 Broadway.
SK. -.BRIMTL'T ;,eHAlPAlON.-T" subscribers
iLhave, after a careful compares s made by them In
France in the Champaign districts, selected the. Wines
the estate of"1 De Brimont," ant:' which .:they now have
the pleasure of offering to the public as a rich-and fruity
Wine, and-prossessing allthe qualities which characterize
the highest graftle of Champargn. FroiVT K superiority
and great extenLofthe stoXof this estate,*, uniformity of
qualht y and regularity of supply is siiredfto purchasera.