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From t he Tol
Thf evening star now sparkles bright;
Full shines the rising moon :
And fieetly fades the rosy light
Around ihe horizon.
The V-nsom swells with holy joy;
The heart beats soft and low:
No longer car*- and pain annoy ,
Unchecked the feelings flow.
The meadow brook now dances light;
Its waves sliiio- silver Hear
Tlie v.ars. are dancing strangely bright.
Along yon azure sphere.
The nightingale her melody
Trills liehtly from the brak'* ;
An.1 trembling, Beats in harmony.
Tin* moonbeam un ilie lake.
The lovelorn maiden listens long,
As trills the melody .
Her lender bosom feels it strong :
if'-r fjrs are- flowing free;
.Sie fondly thinks lo-r lot er '. n
I lerenading nigh j
An i .-.a illy sweet in dreams
She sees lii:n standing by.
Oil ' evening i> the time for me;
Be thine Hie- garish day .
My spirit is so full and free,
As fades tin1 lirjlit away,
My bosom swells with holy joy ;
My heart beat.-, soft and low ;
Ami fondly, then without annoy,
My gender feelings How.
From the London Forget Me Pfot, f.r 1812.
A LEGEND OF ST. HELENA.
KV MKS. W?i.t>.
Lose years neu, in the soft moonlight of n
loathern clime, a traveler looked down from a Inno
hill-side upon u valley that resounded with mirth
a:.d son;;. The voices of the young were borne
go the side of the bill by fragrant breezes. There
mu an echo of guy dancing footsteps, ami custn
r.'is, with their swift and .-harp beating, made tbe
?c!:o still more glad urn! perfect. Sitting then in
ihadow, and looking down upon the moonlit val?
ley, the stranger said:?" Thus have I ever been,
thaifrom all companionship with my fellows,
lonely, unknown, und uttctly deserted, while they
Slmll I t.-ll you wey In: sni.l tliisT His father
rasa port iigiii sc noble, his mother n poor Spanish
pri. The noble bad loved tins p.?>r Spanish girl,
ind, though his country had called him.back, hr
loved her still?loved her in his way with a fiery
?elfisli lovo, for he would not marry her. But as
bissen grew tip, he watched him, bad him cdui a
!?J, sad now li?- t?ld his mothei thai if she would ;
?end the youth to him, be would place him among
tbe warriors of Portugal. She hesitated, she.
wept, slie consented, then she retracted her con?
sent; ami Iht son, with that proud longing lor dis?
tinction which loads young spirit- forth to danger,
left his hum.', and proceeded to Portugal. ,'It
may be," said ho, ?? tlmt my deeds may lead rnr
father to do my mother justice." Vain depend?
ence on man's generosity '
He departed. And, wandering on, he rcstedhy
the road side, or in .link woods, 01 among moun?
tains, or sometimes, as jusi no?. upon n lone hill- ;
tidf. T!i?' moon im rcascd in beaut) ; and, creep?
ing down with slow and silent footfalls, our tra
relerdescended among the lovely vineyards.
He remained in shadow; it uns such enjoyment i
to stand under those cieen and litigr'tiil ui-les of
nin-t delicious beauty; and, looking ?ut from his
hiding-place of tender loaves, he gazed till his ;
iiccrt beat benvily and mysteriously. A young
jirl was dancing, sometimes alone t".>r a lew min- '
ites, and anon she struck her castanets, and n
group of girls ad', tim ed, holding mil their bands
to youths who followed them. The dance was
mW, and tbe mt:?ie solemn; and when it wu?
dene he heard the young girl who had led it re?
joicing that the solemn dance was over. He saw
tlietn crowning her with (lowers, and knew that
<hc was the favorite of the night. Then for the
ta?t time he saw that beautiful dance, the Cttchu.
re ; and before she began they sang a: symphony
of harmonious words. "Chivn del alma,,' "toy
"i my soul," <:tnr; a*slender youth, who led the
maiden out, and she began the dance, that lovely
dance; the innre beautiful, the more graceful, foi
being performed alone. She bounded forth, after
rit-t stiiki:-.' the castanets, und then, ?in.lift!'
through the .lance. sh>> bent the knee; and, throw
big b ick her hen.I to gaze on her young com pan
in . she held her tiny instruments aloft, and bent
them, as though challenging her girlish compeers.
Now peeping under her wreathed arms with a
dvous smile, now flinging hack her head in mimic
scorn, then starting up. she moved gently back?
ward with a deprecating air, and; smiling and
breathless, and with u thrilline. laugh, she ended
with clasped hands and head halt' bowed, replying
itelj to their swift applause.
And he, the gazer hidden among the vines, saw
Um slender youth, wh ? led her forward, approach
lo sonduci her t<> u bench overhung with golden
grapes, and lie saw her turn aside from thai youth's
whispered words. Mournfully, and with a sense
oi deeper loneliness than ever, our stranger siill
rtzed, then pausing with eyes bent one way, but
bis toot another, he broke his way through the
sternanging vines, and stood forth in the moon
hgot among the group of joyous dancers.
He had emerged so quickly from the gloom into
'iriif. that a few uttered slight scream-, ami the
Wung men sprung forward with brows bout on
him angrily. Ere thev could ask kw mission, he
spoken. ?? I 'in a stranger," said he, " weary,
sr..I wanting rest." His words were few his man?
ner simple; his voice gentle, nnti he looked most
weary. So they hade the strnngcr sit down among
them, and, bringing him grapes und clear water
troiu ii fountain that made sw.. t m is c in tl e vine?
yard, they desired him to rest himself. The youth's
coming had made tbem pause, and the menlooked
ha f a grj at the intrusion that had so stopped
their mirth, while the damsels stood bv and gave
him welcome und relre-'""i..nts.
Hutk ' the stranger sings, the girls stand listen?
ing; and the valley sends forth echoes 1 The dan
ret?where is she ? With lips apart, und eves al
dun with a sweet sorrow, (for the stranger's words
are >ad) she watched him in silence. And bei
?Wer! Alas' she loves him not. In that vallev
ihere had been none like unto this stranger, end
'?ill now ker heart bad been indeed untouched.
Is it a dream I Vre those dark eyes turned on
?et' 1? :..;i,t mournful song addressed to her, ir
?uicJi he gn.ves at his destiny, his want of friends
^ wandering prospects, and ins sudden passion !
Days have passed swiftly by, for the hours havt
?ten led by youth and beauty, ttiirth and song, ami
?anc?\ The sun is up above the mountains, and
^e stranger is departing. looks back upon
[be valley, grieving and desponding. What right
ta? be to stay! Already ha bus left the brand ol
jealousy among its people! Helana; beautiful
?jkt'oa! why now gazest thou vacantly through
I ttn-yard I There sound still the dancers' feet,
were beat the castanets, there tinkle the guitars.
A'ai thy lover, with arms folded, and head ben;
down upon a sullen breast, sits apart in silence and
V few short weeks, and the stranser is among
jtofll sgaini And rjow he come- wilb sword aud
plume, und ?ay apparel, ami a lall and Im u :. .
charger. There is warl Desolation hall.r
taken the Lappv valley; the wreathed vine, are
Streaming and dead upon the ground; tin- once
cleat fountain is choked utui stagnant, and Helena
So our soldiei turned his horse's head nwr,r.
and led his men?for an armed hand were with
liiru?1.? a crowded city, lie found Helena liiere,
and with her father ; a great merchant, too, had
wooed her. Already h'.-r marriage was talked of.
Ami now Gomerez was ever near her, lioverin''
round bcrlikea watchful angel. Ala-! one .. |
when she had consented to meet him, be was seized
bound, ami bone' to a dungeon.
Many weeks he was detained in his dark cell,
and al last one came to release him. He looked
it bis liberator, and thought he knew his fi..?
'? And is it thou," said he, " my rival, that thus
generously earnest to my rescue ! Tell me, I bi -
seech thee, of mj love/'
" She i? not worthy of von," replied the vo tlh
lie !?d him toa festival in tie: open air. There
etiir.e by a gorgeous equipage, and therein snt pale,
but glittering with jewels, Helena, the ilunc< r of
the tnoonlii vineyard-. So Gumerez, turning t ? his
companion, thanked iiirn witli grateful woids | ,
bis generous services; he did not even u-k how
lie bail compassed his release; and then, ivith
folded amis and gushing bean, be moved out of
the crowded city, und, following, as it were, ihe
mere guidance of bi- feet, for ins soul was dwel?
ling on past happy tilings. };,. wandered on. till he
found himself beyond the hum of men upon an
'I bore floated toward him on the eveninir wind
the sound of a convent-bell. There was peace in
its ton. .. rind, stepping onward with u more deci?
ded tread, he reached tint gates, ami asked admit?
tance. He took tie- vows, and then he found how
terrible had been the rival's revenge; I: was he
who had (old the merchant of Helena's obscure
lover. I he merchant was a man ol power, as of
wealth, and Gomcrez was imprisoned. Once shut
up, they told Helena he was false, nnd, with a
In art swelling with a woman's pride, she gave her
hand to the crafty merchant.
Gomerez was bowed to thi: ground wiih s irrow
and de.-pair. He prayed for strength. He sch.d
his passions, since hi* sacred calling demanded it
of him, and rejected til! thoughts-of vengeance :
but he could Holiest in ihe same country with Iiis
now lost love. In his youth. hi.? solitary lifi ? f.?r
beyond bis mother he lind held communion with
no one?had been devoted to study. Learning hud
still gieat churins for him; and now, in the spirit
of a wide philosophy, he gave himself up to ihe
subtle mysteries of science.
Kiii'.' Emanuel was fitting 0111 his lir.si Beet ?
Men of genius were goingrtp tbe Rast ; und. ??!
turning permission from his superior, FHiher lirna
cio, for this was the name be hud nssumvd, re?
quested to be admitted among them. 1 speak of
upwards ol three hundred years ago, when Science,
though in its infuncy, made the most important
Ihe climate of the East, combined with the se?
verity of his studies, bec,nn secretly to undom ine
ihe health of Father fgnacio; ai d his friend Pi
meutel, ihe king's admiral, persuaded him intake
a voyage homeward. He grieved to leave his :or.
ssdations, as he called his books; bul many of the
sick on board the a.Unna!'- ship demanded .? i
care and counsel: this made the good father less
bub to go. They s.-t sail, fii'iuie w inds wafted
them through ihe Iri.li.in sen-,, bul in a few weeks
ihe luce of heaven oftcner frowned ihnn smiled.
A tenipe-t arose, and, liflin? up their v,iir,> in de?
spair, they cried aloud in their agony. Then did
ihe good falber offer up hiss prayers ; still the tem?
pest raged, and, lo! through the dark mists ihey
saw u frightful rock. Hut Providence heard tin :r
cry for help, and, on the morning.of the 21st of
May, 1008. when the tempest had ceased to ronr,
though the sea still boiled and bubbled around
them, and though their i.o-i'l, with spars .ill brok
en, und with shattered helm, reeled helplessly upon
the waters, they lowered n hour ni l wen. ashore
upon this barren and deserted island.
It wa* was ti dny which t.? Father Ignai fo was
fruueh: with sad and tender reminiscences. It
was a festival of Si. FTelenn, the anniversary of
tin- day on which he hud jiist '?.??held In- beautiful
and lost love dancing in the tnootilil vineyard ol
ihe Andelusian valley, so ie- landed with l,,s com?
panions und tlicy climbed ihe tembte rocks-and j
finding much beauty in the interior which tin-, bad
inn expected from their first view oi the i-a J.
limy acceded to ihe good lather's wishes thai it
should be named after the Saint, und they e^ill? .
;t St. Helen.i. Man} were sick, and when tb
ship had undergone repairs, they requested per?
mission lobe left behind, Father I n.on consent?
ing to become their pastor.
Dissensions had meanwhile broken out among
the Portuguese nobility in India. Some i I iheni
deserted to the native prince-, and Albuqui i,. e,
having made them, prisoners punished them cruel-j
ly : In- cut oil' their ears, noses und right Iiutuls.
and in this mutilated state they were put on board
a ship returning to Euroj-e. Among them wasone
called Ecrnundez Lopez, and he. preferring exile
io ii life of ignominy in lit- native country, was at
his own request landed at St. Helena.
Five years hud elapsed -in.Je Father Ignacioand
his flock settled on the i-ltm.l: they bad built a
uide chapel of loose stones upon one ot the moun?
tains, and. being in the caverns of tin* tucks, they
employed their time in cultivating the land that lay
at ihe foot of the mountain, and alreudy afforded
provision ami refreshment to the passing ship* be?
longing to their country, tor Portugal atone knetv
-f tin' solitary rock so fur out in the sea. Fernat/
j dez joined the bund of faith brethren, and i.t
I their doctrines and in their useful industry they
? passed theii cjme: lives.
Meanwhile Heb tin'- hi sbnn '.'he rich merchai:.
i:,',f ami thi n the lover of the Vineyard once mure
proffered his unwelcome suit. She rejected him,
?slid he. in u passion of jealousy and desp.ir. in?
formed her of trie faithful attachment and unhappy
f ile of poor Gomei. r. Helena did not reproach
him; she sat like a statu?. tt? though she henrl
him not; and when he had departed she called her
faithful attendant who hud never let": her stnee -he
and m.r*ed her as an infant in the Vineyard, an :
told her she was determined on following her lowr
o India. His departure thence had not been as
ccrtairii d by his wicked rival
- But." sVd the nurse. " he isbound bv vows
that will prevent him from ever being yours.
-No rea-ter." said Helena, "I will *?e *?*
?'Years, too. have passed aws-v." said the war?
ing womu'i. " it mav be that he bath forgotten you
Helena's look ?f anger checked her further
Helena was wealthy; she hud been a kind and
lutiful and faithful wife and the merchant had let'
ner vast riches.
She departed for the far Kusr attended by some
?rusty servants. On reaching it site learned tbat
Father Ignacio had long ?:. ce departed : hut. from
.essels. which had made the vuraje homeward
ihd come hack a^sin she gained intelligence ot
the good father's abode in the lonely isle.
Helena set sail* again Her ancient r.'.irse
remonstrated, say inj: :?" Lady, why w ilt thou
listuib the peace of this good man I" ?
"He shall not know that 1 am near him," re?
plied Hc.vnti, "but I shall see. l.i-dwej.ing piace."
? ?:. Ii na ?
Be ha i
culuyate wh?t her beloved bad
Even evening :i- the -tun crept belli
ibe volle sielt?, for i: Ii,.. t},.. vv
the islai d, she - :i !?wn upon tt.?* t
tains?the ii ? :- verv carrots?ar
'. un :? Ii wer*, and tIi?? re.r, i
ed n piain st i- ,? over Iii? re
!?: I ive erected a monument
r ti !?? u ere no nrtificei ? t-> ? ?
Strangely and mvstrrioiislv ?
? I a memorial to the pood mm
Ij?! temple lit their worship was fast falling, but
leaven forbade its utter annihilation. A- some
dm's ??;??..- w i.y. others remaine I strangely bit
tired : ::? ! before Helena el ?sed liereves in death
the calm " ? ale of le mons." the ruined chape]
id disappeared, und left in its ;>1 jc- a perfect
onuriten; of the goad friar.
He ;< now seen by travelers as )?<? stan !s on the
ountain rnp. with cowl thrown back, and ns ii
rin a-..er hi I a?.-: ?..t!
tsbine, unheard bv tern
N*fcw-YoaK,:Octolier ?tit. Is-..
Afr. C. C. HnsUi!, Buffalo
Sia: Having Cntived great ben tit from taking your
invajjabl? S .ttsapaRiLL.t I fr-i it my duty, likewise a
pleasure,.to info m yeu cf the astonishing effect it nad.
under the bleuing of Divine Providar.ce, in restoring nie
tn health, ?f;< r a 1 a? and afilictiug illu?. I was u suf?
ferer from th? I'.-.-r and Ague fat nearly two years,
which reduced nc to a perfect skeleton ; my throat was
uicerau d, and, from the ... I rn ila.ion ??: phlegm, I ? as in
constate! .iici.l uf ?ull . n.: I liud no Hppelue.r eould
1 i R'ailoer any thing but I >\ lids a::<l only a few drop's ai a
tiai". I i - ; I .!? r. I- I began 10 -uk rapid y. and,
ailJi iit ii i very liin:.- ? n> done for me .hat the mind of the
most shiiful pbysi inas could -tiggi 1.1 found no r Re ; tny
i;. ??? was > Snsidere : hopelcis. an 1 I hear.! from them th it
d :' ?> hours must t. rmiit :t inj sufferings By site prov.
ide.dial eircutn tat ? .? your Sarsaparillu was mentioned ;
my f i 1.1 en leavored to obtaiu some, Im: could Lot with?
out i. ii liug t.i ton (a i ist ineeof over oiHi m les.) at Bul
f .1 i. thi H they did, and in the beginning of October I
couimei rod taking it; and from that time I began i" re?
vive ami increa o i.i strength sufficiently to go to the ril
Isga ..r Ina A bor the first wo k in November. Lisi year
I went to Mnglnn I, and wishing for my own satisfaction to
ascrrtaiu the ????allies of yniir Sar.mpaiilla, I was much i
gratified in tho? iug a j> irl ? f a bottle I had by me for
nearly two years to nil eminent and skilful chemist, who
;? .? ? ? .1 il 3 semi ii und k'oi I urlicle ; U ? as perfectly !
sweet,.and retained every quality. Should any in tour i
neighborhood !??? suffering as I was, you may urge them |
to a trii.l of) our medicine ; or should j'-ur Agent* in this
city wish any reference, they can, by calli?g on me, ur
! adillg nny palitiit-to me, n>certJlii the a, re,*it< I ii ,t *
r,.. \ from It.
With re-j r. t -,i l r*m tin yoar i bedieni servant,
ol JOHN GILES, 301 Pearl ttrcet.
] r *? bo I: of loo pages, containing statements of some ;
of ti.e most impormui eurei on record, mayoesr?? ?>u ap?
plication i? ent oi il..? Agents who sell the medicine. Re- j
fcren e i- tlso made lo Mr.TilOMas H?. ts, ??'u- Slanton
sireet, and Lkmi elLhuand, corner of Franklin and Hud
snn.ftreets, ? ho -rill b? p'e ised to satisfy any one of the !
at tonishing ? fiicts of ihi? medicine;
For sale at Milhau>, 1S3 Broadway, Wil isra It r. r,
50 CourilsBdi-iitroit, P.urritt .v Co., lW Maiden lane; and
by Druggist goi cral >
A 1; for PKIST.il.'S SARSAPAR1Lt*A, oil see ibai
a,- u n -..'i sture is a rots the cork of the bottle.
, tHldA f i .4 ivJ't-.T KTeiW. I'l
*? ' bar iiffers-ftic sm i he w and splendid as
rt-;.!v Brussels, fiu md superfine IngraisCtirj
call licfore piircha iruj r. . a. IT c,. .' itreeu i lUlh
Broadway. WllXtlX. aa273tn
< iit.?.- : s iii 'i .'jet: *s* i-i>.: ? vfti.
i bJ M S. BRU -v N. ,'- dow odcriaj Urussells, :t
ply 'ugt-aiii and Russia rarpets. on terms which cannoi
fall tu p isi tti i ? , i ? a vd. Cue*. Door Mats, Stair
Carpets an I Rod . Table Covers, Oil Cloths, Ate, as go< -i.
iud ii ..p.-; lhaU at any -iiu.lar establishment in ibis
, ity. ' L. i Mi S BROWN,
si! im* \ . Id! 'tiiat iH-n-tre?t. Xe*->.?rk.
S7i.it*sL iSi iVH.Ml BK ?;Ot>r>*?.-ll \*- 11.
1 LlAMS .v '.'? ?. would i olitely intite the Ladies to tul
and ev uuiiie Iii? ,r lire., und Spli a,n I a>s r: i.ent of plain
figured, plaid and sttipad Moussclian de I....1.--. it nil
pric ?. from 1 10 ' Iii! ings pet ! if !? Taglioni* an ISHka
of all cnl iv togetbci ?fitli a full aMtortmentofFmhcb ad
Kiii-i:-!! Mennos, i- lanoels, ,ve.?.11 ?h?r;, .1 full a>-nit:..en:
01 Fall aud V\7int< rGoti -. for sale - heap, '
HENRY Wild lAila A CO, 505 Greeawich-st.
N R?Frt ueii. Englisb and American Pri-t... t'rota to
?! shiUiairs slT Im
i \ \t- PiHl'-; ss i r.,uK-i. il ? wi.hingro
" " purchase good eheap Clothing, would -lo well i? call
at I33J ? ha . is .:, where they rau ibid g.rmt nt> at
t ??: I! "i ins pri - ?- .
C1 th C rats. >i ? . i ??; Cloth Jackets; $1 t- $5 ; Satb
nett P.int-s, $l,7i to jJ.T.'i; Cloth Pants S3 to S I "
ol ,1m .1 tt:OB COGSWELL.
\fcVt FALL ?.i.I'RKli SMITH,
. 1 Merchant Tailor No. 130 Kuitnn-sL would invite his
friends and tue public to call and examine !.:- stuv.k of
new Pall GoodijC usLstinrofCloths, < asi uneres and V... -
ings suited to the fail trade. Gentlemen leaving their or?
ders may relv npou_their being fulfilled in the most s?u?
MAT sX?R! t-tiil s?A t. : - V .
i a retail business, situ tied ia the central part of the
ritv, -1 a good'run-of patroaage. Term- cash. Thi
> ., r opp etuaity for a ?eis i capiutlist. For fart ,vr
A T MARSHA ,L*S TROV >!il ; P DEPOT, Vo. 90
.\ c . im.streei Net York, a few ? ises of Winter
EJader-S irtsaiii Dmwer^itogether with a htrga assorts
oont of Linea Bosom Smris. Collars. B.i.o::i.. Ao , which
will be -i-.J st the foil rwing prices, viz Cnder Shirts and
Drawers a: $l.*iv.i. gf 50, $6, $S, $9. ?i?. Sli, ?15
in ? ?: .>;.r.i. per dos n : Linen Bosom Sm-ts at ST.
v-. c; 1, s: :.$!'?'?. j .". <!,:. *ls. $.0 tad upw.rd. per
ii?zeu; Linea C -.lars at no cent.- 6i cents. "3 cents jl,
>? 25, si 5fl ii 75, j. yj -i \ i*..u *,!.?: upward- per ioz
. Plain S..:r;? it $5 50; Colored Skirts at $5,$f>, fT,
js an i yJ per dozen.
Dealers ituu hi: j _rt. nf the coiiatry can vie;-:.;J upoa
ititeg supplied with co ..:? agr-eing with our ? 1 al r le.
MARSHALL'S Troy Shirt Depot,
No. 90 ? hjth.m-.trcct. New.York.
N. B ? So patroaage a-sked of laoae who
i IS A t; L E ss I l.trJK ??.
[succissoa ro cea rcuscHEa.,'
|\,f A>TJFACTIJRER OF PAPER BOXES 127 Wi
?I street; ofet try p raible laape, style, an I vanity.for
the use of any lin oof business:; constatniiy ok aa:i-i a large
assortment of. Square Iloxes, plain and fancy, singla, and
iu sets; also
br the halo or ncsr_
Genuine German Tologne Water inorted. and fnr s?.le
at a verv law price._'lm'
*q MAA, ti.?Its) tuns on hoard snip Uuebec. lor sale
s-i 'uKINM-LU M1NTL RN i CO 7: Souta iireet.
vew -Tvi r or ! \vHKn
Gentle hi r n's Ifair-C ntt i n 2.
Will be 1 ntrod ,i .? .? 1
fniurdnr, |si h in.!..
AT HIS RU?JIi, utor BROADWAY,
Where, front arrangements Bade, ?,.. sriji i,. f, . ..
Hy those who ?iah to be operau a on s-..
l>l ICsil'.U. KEVAOLDli .V *? j, a i
Attorneys, Solieiters and Connsdiors.
On.es No. ?l, s3, 1 _. . i -?? cmDct i
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vi N c e n ted TITl rs
FIRST PREMIi M
s T i. M t; t~ r v i? E ? C .-. ;? -.
?I.VEK JIB da Ii llfARDKO,
5. ;*.<.- PA'IH.X i' iKl.l'-K?tKIX
i\ CUA1R?li-U?1? 1,0c offered,- much improV-d.
Will r k ..1 itself. Will ple.ue rv, n io ifant
Will give perfect ease. Will comfort the a id
Is not this ?ut?cienl : In sickncs or iu n> u't'i.
That soothes all the eases ofsufferi ie I im laity?
Tell of the jiV-irur.- thero i- in the u?o ofit,
Rocking so freely?of ease lite reabty.
Tita regulating wit ofthis Ch ..r au? ?? it in effect costs
to two ?: itutc' m.1 separateehairs, consequently tie ; .ir
? iaserofK ngVS-'elf-Rockcr buv? the CHEAPEST a
I .1- the easiest an.! bi -t r rker in the market.
.Vit?The rocker* of this chair present ?<? obstruction
neither >'<> they ?>'ar the carpet.
Always on band the following patent C!ia;r-. all ?ai
ranted r.ni c< t out of or.ler
KEVdLVLVG CHAIRS. RECUMBENT CHAIRS
RECCWBtiNT R K\ OLVING CHAIRS LIBRARY
CHAIRS. WRITING CHAIRS, STlfDY CHAIRS
ul . Ii IE CHAIRS, with a ?re it variety, all made ijt
e-(>?cial case ind comfort. All kinds of chiir* nude t,
The subscriber conti?.', himself exclusiv, Iv 'o the ma
nufai tureof chairs. M. IV KING,
Patent Chair Maker, No 471 Bra i I ?? at.
olJ'tf New York, between Ii' n l St ,".???. me ?t
?5 E G Eft BOOK : '. 1 IVo
*. Ca si >ual Records r.n Marti ige, being a llimili .ruom
mentai} on the indiscr. uons mishit: from limna-i frai ti
ia which til symptoms and bauelul effects of self-abuse,
intemperance aad ibertimsm arc expltinel in an cx?j
manner,.to which are idded very extensive practical nb
servatibnson lexual debility-, am: it i si eu lain ?. utpaihic;.
addr? I m j >i itji and maturity, by It. .1 Cult --vel', M.
[>., member of the !....i..ii Royal College of Surgeons I..
? nciut'.l p-acini irr in medicine et.-. Tor ..;!.? :.t t!i
Print Stnuiriii Wsll street. Price 23 c ats .. :: I . ?
X V? hi ?>.? Flie a i ? r IX scd bi si ? .v.- r ...... Hulls
its .1 'partaic .: . id -? lit it. a ei nil i ?:? :'. of . itron
age. > BRJJ.MItERG',
?0 Nss ,?: -t. lia-ein rit'. opposite the Pub'ic t*lor>>.
'1 li ? sub rn it nva i- Inn;-elf ol this opportunity i l"r>
turn ng ibanks to his f..'- and the ;>.i!> i for the liberal
Fu;>j>ort on 1 patronai;e extend?d to bim in hi- I ite '.-i-i
ii?ia ol Cusloet Muiise .-r. ad bees I av>- res].ifullj
t ? re. oiuniRiiil Mr. .??;? > .l!tKit>, as Iii sui cess i . slid a
being evury way wot til j of their enhfidenee aad ??t;>n..rt.
JOSEPH til I'M i\\
New York. | jtb Oetobi r. 1*41. ol '? ??"
'JtO M OOI.EN IRUFAl TIT IS I it-.
I The lubscribcr lias now in operation on of In? Pa
t. ul Kan!,-: 1'.lerand Sb, !l Picking M-ichines ut Ni
!. n's f.ardi a. A jr.- t number of Manufacturers have ;o
-.?;.;.!..-.l hemselTcs and uniformly ??y it is pre
ciscly ?* imt tii'v wane T*?y are durahl? an-l easil;
ke;.i in.ardor. Thocostof one of26 lachea.widlh of feed
table delivered al Hartford, is Nioety sis Dollars, anil
for .i greali r or less width three doll .r- j er in. i. added
Curding Machines with Condenrors and Spinhins
Jacks made In tho best modern style, iir.jer. or l.'tieis
.,: inquiry lefl ?t No ?i Prince si n? ir Broadway dum y
tl.e Fair " ill mm t with prorar.1 at'eul o
ol3 I*' HEO.C. IvI'. LOGG. Nea II?rtf?rd ?'nnn.
/ v?~. ti: j- > h .r*n vi f-??- :.. .. er- .
* > military companies * ho:are rot furnished with ran
:? .,- .in ! cups can obtain them ; v aj plyin at tan state
of ROARDM?N * Ii Vit I".
ol >2f_g Bat ling t?:i;-. li-ar Peufl stree*:
; \ UrisM'.llk. Uteiy from 'I'roj >. ".. tok'.?
s "a ibis opportunity to is form bis old easterners
frier. !.", and trie public generally, that he has laben tt,
Chutoa Hair Cuttinr, Curling urn Shaving Saloon l32
Ciiot ... . ..n-.-r ofGrand streets Having Its I I mg e*?*
riesi I ia the business, he is competent to cut mid ear:
Hair in the most fashionable style. Please give a call.
PRIM KERI ?Ml t-l. 4 - - IOrt BOW.
1 Ell t .?MERRITTfi .'. PAGE are opening attbei
-. r- -. I i Boxerv aud 335 Grand-irwei, h large ntimlie
ol now pottercsofOinneraBd l*. ?? VVare. wbicbi with then
former e\t.-n.- iv n assoi tment of China, plain and cui Glass
Lamps, Girandoles, iterate, renders tne.r stock a* com.
r.-s .tn.l other ?Im '?i-ii to lay out their is may :>. the I"*-'
ids vill fiad it an objf ct to give thow a call.
: \ : nt.Ui :i t.\i<;.
is??Ai?: cijeap ! t sia ;??: t jamis
* ' A J I ' ,f v'IS's Cheap Ehgraving nnd Priuting Oifice
V: Visiting Card Plate engraved and fifty Cards for only
il All other Eagraviag u oac half the usual price
Please c ill .u I uxainms ipecitn sns. No. 40i U turtlacd -t
corner GreeowicSt. n2 Din
lAKfiNsiiu an Is 'tit'i::! ** ?? paper
1 HANGINGS aud U; ;-, for cheap, ui tbc
Unit i State? 1'sj.er Hanging at-j Band Uox Warehouse,
.?"> Canal itrcct, u Ilr>.ad>>3y, Naar-York. Rooms ps>
:? : neatest mai ncr.
?u4 Ins JllSlli A UK.'iWN ?"(' ? ' tr.-.L
. J.v.v Sir.* Al'i'J.StitS ?. 1-.T-. >... -.ii i
t j HAltf?K V 1. *' Vesey at who has had many rears
; .0. s?i aa UViLifi^iti s ; 1:..
U Subsenber ?ill Jehver on board of. vessels r.z t'i
Prison I' :k, Dock Sto :e for C> cats per t:.;;. jnd Mnri.l.
Building lorii-. OU p-r too.
S-.a:..M i'.-i.on. M..ua: V'.^i -t. Jar.? ''. 1542.
1 ? * -j 1. ? - Ii I? SE VHOIIR, Ageot,
1 1imi CAN Ii Y Mill t't?rs}S.-i 11 r
* i . imincuced the manufacture of this article, aiiu ;bjl:
keep a coastsai supply .iuriug the -? ason.
.1:1.11- r: (T. HODGRINS I? Courtlmrf-u.
E: 1 .5 \ i> Ii i A \ U V \ ? iE ': :. S .
J. '.5". SilitM.Oi,:. - , ?oiTer b
sv**?l! \T.v..'..'.t. ?. rAersofduTerenrandoft
... rv '.? ni'rs arilj
wm : ?? J ?V. K. ?
i iRM PKE51ir.ll E)1P0RR1 01?' P.ISIII? o
\o. I Wall-atrs, t. -V
! LI rCHEK S >ll .. .A.VS g :;sj
Fill Fa-.: ii Gem - '- ;r".g
l!.'< ?1 t i vie i- oriti [ - -^j^
ladonivcrsaily tals.:.ed by S'u-jbS
tlcnrca of ta-t-t a?t fashion, and feel ?: ctijeat that ?
?ee will be bur to aJin.re. A!-o. S. Aray aad Navy
Chapesuxi wbich bav? met tite approhaaoa of the Wai
Departs] at m the City of Washinjtoa,.'and orSc r
, . oaa tout the Cnited >-:-?. aad b?*s been awar-i"! a.
..t-aiiaji :.: the laat Eair. at the American M i
.-??.allies' ln-titt:tc. ia the city of New York, for t:ie best
Navy aad Army Lbapemx and B saver Hats offere J.
VVk lesale orders oremptly stt ad 11 ?1* 'm
..1. I 1 1 B? \\ h It \
fablisl :. at New-York to get bargains in the
B iv jt sti Sbce line : you base ociy to call to Le
avinced. Ladies' G ... ? HI
Cb MreBs1 :'?> is, Sbtes uti iJitter-. in their variety or
; Dr own mannikctare and warranted irst rate, at puce,
?o'.ait Ui I.????*?-?? ? '- ? 'runc-t of good
eoantrv work, which will be told very c-nap.
jyogy, WILLIAM'AGATE. 114 Ko^-ry.
PKK 1! OBCfliSvKp COAl,.?Th
ber- are daily receiving laeir supply of taa Urat Ree
Asa Peach Orchard Coal, tiruaen. ?ag an,! nvt sizes, whict
ihey will sell in lots to suit purcha^rs from vessel auC
var'd at tt.e iose*: Xtr'?-t prices.
SJao Grey AjS and Liverpool ''oaL
MERITT i BRADY,
.14 In'_No. -ait Mu:!..-itv. n>ar Stpring-.tr?et.
?LANTEB*' BANK, a... \:r-arsl Baals
I Notes '-r| Natchez, wanted st improved rates bv
)T .vrt ,r vivvi v.-c on. rrtti- it-. ssi WslUstrsuti
BLAI K OMUt tVP 'I l.XGANEstE
? fsa].jr jaii.ty. f oaad, fur sale y PERUSE
ii BKOJh.=. 41 Liberty slr??u c.7
: ' ? enzng M< Il?(?. at the Gr^na:.-): ,tre~t
? ? ?- 31( Greene istreet, will open this eve
r I A School Tor Young Lad.rillbeopea
? ..: te ? titt;- ia be F* its e Department, under the
of M -- Pratt. Term, moderate. A
? ? ? : i ? e La ties. :.i rec. ,ve toitractioH tVout:! to S
N. E-?A few more pupils c?n be received in the Da*
- ?l I -a- X. CAMP. Principal
SY 1 i. > : > <; ; ?? iT i>~% v NOUOOL-At the
I i-j Classical a::d Commercial Institute, 554 Broadway,
\. NEWMAN: Principal. Term- from ?J to ?? m ti e
? v. ai ..a::,; from >' to $I0ia I be day school for the Eng
L?h .and from $2 to $3 extra lor the Laoguagi -.
Frt cc : and Spsnub taught by IV. !???-.r BAS&ET. Pu?
pils i istittej at auv time. I nquestiooable rcf rences
i given. ?ss Im"
; ?? i'M it; .*.?.*> i>?V tt IlOOl?. inihe
! * ' M. 1'. Church, Seveath street, a fow doors east of
rhird Avenue?A. NEWMAN ?od D Kl.ti'KMlV.
Prin ip I . Terms, from $3 to $6 per qua tor in the eva.
.: . iti I from >: to ?.? ..: the day S. hool for t'i- English
:; : I frcm $i to $5 extra lor the Languages.?
French aud'i ... - taught by Professor Basset, Pupils
; idmitt <! any time. .-.'> im*
j^KE.Vt 51 !. ? > I At; Bf.?Stadi. L .ma
1 NESi V i 1 RAND'S tir.t class for the season com*
.? By ti.e system she pursues the
j learuer may acquire a (ait knowledgi of Kreuch by only a
! few lessi :;- .1 <*t. k. f i:t hour each, during the winter;
IZCVl.Nt; INSTITUTE KOARDI.Vti
t SCHOOL Tarrytowo :.. Y.?The Winter Term of
I t isScbool >.immence outlie first November. No in
Ktttutio* otP r. greater facilities for the acquirement of a
; thorough Education. Circulars eoutainuig references,
1 .: ilogue of ?ludest?, Sic. may be im I atColmaa's Book
-r ire, 305 2ri idwuy, Crowen's. 633 Broadway, ?rat ii. .?
- Raynors, 76 Bowery. Applications for admission may
be made, bv mail, to the Principals, or to Peter P. Ly on.
: >. ( , ,: st. WM iv LVOV A. M. I ? ,
.iiJa CHAS- II. LYON, A. M. > riaeipau
1 lid irni; ,v Fai.>ri\(..-r. i.kaivs
1 ' SCHOOL, No. X) Lispenard -i. 1? new open for the
reception of pupils. Schools aud Classes ?t private resi?
dence* attended a- usual. .?IS 1 in*
?.-r-?"V v--*r<in *l ? * IC?The subscriber, auativeof
?c.y^fi?r232 Europe, and educated to the profession
} f ?>? j it of Music from his childhood, respectfully
offers his service* to the inhabitants of New York 1?
teat ber of the Piauo forte aud Singing. He has but over
twelve years exi n :ci * .11 teaching ; mors tlniu balfof
tlist period in this country.
For further information e.? to hi* qualifications su.1
ter, he has the pleasure of referring, among others,
to ihe fbllowiag ???!! known gen'lemen, in *ti??e families
he is no* and bat been for some time :?' ..'iiing.
j Dr. Patton. j I'bomas Hastings, Esq.
1 Shepherd.Knapp,Esq (' arles M. Saxton.
I Orders left .t ihe book storeof Dayton Si Saxton corner
1 Fu'lon and Nassau rtreets.ir at H Itu.tou ?1 wnl be
tally . indad 10. PEDRO A. ANDREU.
I sr24 1 uilw*
^ARATOls'? V, .1'????:?. r otn th* lodire Spriug
' Tbc 1 dh Spring contains much core Iodine aa.
''~r'.'te .?: M?saest? dinn nn> oih. r louutain, 10..I con
.CqiiemJ. 1? the 1110*4 powerful alterative and apertout It
is highly charged with Curboni tJas, abich readers it s
puugeut and di lightful drink.
A \. KELLUGG, Owner, Saratoga Sps,
Sol i at wholes '?? and re ml in New-York by A. It.".v t>
?aed?. Drup;i?t>, 73 j:: 1 IOU Fulton-street; at retail by
ivid - . ?. a n T7 East Broadway ; J. R Cbdt?n. 263
? Mil baa, IS3 Broadway; Sloctim, corner ol
.roadway and Chambers-street; Soiiillard .t Delluc, hol
jroadwny and 2 Park Row: 11 ushton A; Asuiawallditi Wil
iam Dr.Milnor. 193 Broadway; Hart.278 Broad
way . Ring, 641 Broadway . Dodd,612 Broadwav; Cogges
ball,421 Pearl-street; l.ewi? A. Koaenmdler.311 Bleeck
er-stroet; H?l,2l)dGreenwich-street; Jes-n.gsA- Bennot,
11.s Grcdi-a'ieh-strect; Burger, 50 Corllaikdl-slreei; R..i
lit- Kn.t l!r....lwav. ?14 tin
WXT. th \ii Alt A- 10,
TVPE AND STEREOTYPE FOUNDRY,
7 1 Fulton, corner of Qold-stlreet,
'pi!K sul tcribers teke t:..? method of announcing t>
I their fneud? an.! the public generally that, having
"inii? .| t:-^ extensive and wknown Typ? Foundry
f. rmerly owed by .Mew. Conner ?v Cooke, they bate re
moved the same t.> their present central location. Having
?s ide extensive revisions, alterations and additions, they
arc no - prepared U> execute or.ler? of any ntagni' .ide they
. iy 1" cored with, with promptness, arid on ?> favorable
terms as at any Fi indry in America, To their new Spec!
incn-Book. arl: 1 has teen recently extensively circulated,
?. would : espectly refer.
All articles manufactured by tb -ni -hall be of a mater.a
quat, it ni t luperior, to any manufactttred in titi- country
?r.n.l undergo n lharough examinatian as to appearance,
ranging, dressing, and properly assorting. Ail articles ev
sit-.: 1.: t:;.- >j.-. ii:'..-;:-lt.i..k formerly i-sue-J by I'onner &
!'?-.!;c ici;eth?r with Sort, u Font? sold by them, can now
be furnished from ibis. Foundry without delay, witn many
hi. e added.
WM. HAGAR A- rn sr.- Agents for the aale of the N?.
,>i-r. lVr.<hingtoa ami Smith Pr.?-. which, together with
Ohn-.is, Cases, Composing Stick.', Ferniture, Ink, an.l
every articlaused in ihe Printing Buriaesa will be kepi
.a \ .1 !, andfurnisheil at manufacturers' prices.
S. II. No Machine Cast Type manufactured st this
! ? i j: 'i ??-3 ?s??> t>. i-j Fuiioo
I- ? -in . :....I re ;>. tt.nlly inform ti.e writing publici
universally; t!::.t he coutiuuea to manufacture bis^" Irupe
RECORD IN K "
?rhb it. th< re no j; c?r remains a doubt. 1? ?up.'rior to any
ii u -. i.-.t.. Iy 1 r.:- ;.??-icL' every quality which reo
1.1 it safe far 1 ibli la . . -nt? sa l permanent records,
i.: for the pis 1- re tuTordi .1 m using it. a? it t!o\?? freely
:'r 11 qul 1 ..r....' die pen . an 1 d'?es not corrode them. All
i' tiers, a belli? r in . ity cr country, :.r.' iat ited to call, be>
bre thi v replenish, . ; examine Mr. Hammond's recotn
.... nd iti ins from lome of the l?-s! judges in this city ; al-o
n tl -: ??? officers ol Vermout, and from Yalo r..!:.ve.
Dartmouth College, .0 Sic s!5 Im
: ? * ? r v <? ? ?? fire :>??i HA!? W
\ I 1 OMPANi ? Incorporated 1810 -Charter perpetual
I hi? long established and (veil km.sn institution contin
ues to in arc bouses furniture, More- merchandise and
oihi r property, againet lo.I cln aa;"- by lire. It? rates
.:. .? ' ... 1 it- l. riH" m- l|!.' ral a- those of oth^r good
? ... panic. DIRECTORS.
Etipb del Terry, f /.ra White, jr.
s II. Huntingt. m, Jsmes r;. ,?1* i?. Jf.
H. Huntiugtou, jr. Jobn P. B'ace,
A b ri Day, Charte? Boswetl,
Job ? ELIPHALET TERRY, Pres't
J..M..- G. B ,1.1.0. Sec'y.
App 1 ationsl r iuuiracce or the renewal nf policies rosy
? made t 1 ?!;? ?ub?< < her ?.h.i bas ! ?en duly appointed
g. nt for the city cf New-York an it- viciniiy, ami who
will receive |irrijio,al. and i?.ae polish ) oil the post fa
ror bletetm*. JOHN NEU.SON.Jr.Agent.
-J?- Ulhe. '.I Wall st
novEVsj r?:? BEP?siTOBy,
186 Pearl -tr et. opposite Cedar-el. The proprietor
if il h nent bas th ? pleasure of offering to deal?
s'., t e public generally, the largest and moat varied
? ^ of Traveling and Packing Trunki, Carpet Hags.
Falises, Sic that can be found in this city. Dealers
ind 1 ther? w II d ? well to call jlJ rxainiae.as tli* a-?ort
n?'st i- l'ii? u:k! j.'ie.-.- low. Im
li. :::.i.v 3 pickles ! I?Orders received
I for Osborn's Assorted Pick!.? in Gallons, Halves and
aaarts, in lb., usual packngea. Culsup? Saue?s. Sic. at
,1 , -*0 Pnltnn-st noar Frir<.
?-./.:/ ;.'in p1..1T E K.?s' URAss.
4 . !.-:.-:' RATE article of Rolled and Platen Brass, --e
1 . <.,- ? 1 ft lad ?: JAMES G. Ml IFFET, 121 Prince
itreet, coar Wocatsr,' at the lowest'market rricee. '.ike
1 .. . .-r. superior artie.1? o' Co.i[i*.r's Kra,?. a2S tf
QAVIJLION fountain1 Saratoga Spring,
1 Thu bra ted Mineral er constantly on band
fre?h iVom the Springs, for sale, wholesale and retail
?Agei - GASSNER At YOUNG, 132 Cbarhsm-at
V It Sem m auy part cf the city !%ee 'if exper.?e. ol4 In
, 1. ; tr tTT It * l3~lili~t. Vl) dt 4 AsaE. -
t At So. 354 liu boo a;:J 66 Walker street, can be ht>i
? r . superior ii me made Bread and very larre loav-s
:l ? Cakes u.a.i made fr..tn the !>.'-t Diiry Bu'ter lir
? i-r.et ?f-r.- A -o. fac-y arti.-l??. such as Ki-se
?11 -.???*.? K.i.j - it .: ,:i: I'r. t.-f B.?cuit. Jte. Ac. an !
.-.'- 'lum .. p 1 I of the very bast qaalitv an.l orna
1 a most elegant style. All at MILNER.
N. i". Tb? - er a! 0 tti.'.ke- the old ityleof Bread
from it*e and Wheat F'our. mixed.
T*o Boy? ws::t?d to iea-r. th- ' aking hu-iaes?. 06 Im*
pt!sn?- j;;i<>\v.\ iiitK a D.-i
IJ ber wotlld nspecl/ally inform the citizens o: New
\ :;;.'. be i- prepared to suppiy them witn be above
iriicle of a teperior ;uality, wfaieb may te obtained at
? 1 _>.,.. 322 Kl-rker-'.. 4?Bowery.
ilS . .: -i < Centre-SL, 173 Walker-si. 68 D.ns.on
* I Pearl it All orders left at e.th-r ol
N. H -A liberal w? un> >?? ?h ? sell agsm.
V .treel extendsng to H Ann street.?Green Turtle
Soopesrerrday Masts. Poultry and Game, the beat our
uirketaffords. Wioea, Ale, ttc. A sot lu.-.ch served at
be Bar every i?v at half-past 10. Breakfast, Dinner and
Sui . -r at the usual aour?. Fr<o Coaceru ?v*ry auf kt.
W A NTS.
\\' A.XTE D ? v sitaati b bj a profeaas-d cook and
?? i,..-.:r.'..-.-io give : e bee: ol c,t> re?rre-ce_
Applr io 16m street, tM dr>ar from I n ?v u.o. 0133*
lit' l> rED --' rood till plate and ? et . ?n ?rork
>T . it V'esey -t. ol3 3*
IV'AIKXE D?A rserso- ?b ..- SI u i ! .-.?-??
VI tk?t i.-u> a handsome profit. Apply at 5""j
Br ad way " oI3 tU*
A.\ I'E !>.? * :-* more ?-. ci >? ?? i mi r. --a
t a te t State? Intcil geoce OtEce. 456 Broadway. Trrma,
:?? dc Uf i oar for all re?jaire.i by a family. olH 2*
TT7ANTED?A ( ile Ctgar V iker None but
\\ -...r it ? land need apply, that Canwork on Spaa
i-n. luqaire at Hid Wrsi Pr-.jdwav._ol2 St*
\ t" A\ TS-.' ? \ litua .. foral ? . ?? ISaad
\i 1" \ ear-old. as an apprentice or dork: bai been
two years ia a tiothiug -tore and can be weil recom
mended. Apply ?t 373 B.i?erv. in the store. S-.!-t\
moderate. ' ol2 if
Ur?STEa>? Protest ai Servants Ibis Jay, at the
.Americas Orfice, 5W Broadway.
ort lw T. ELLIOTT. Proprietor,
It/ASTED-A Joarneymaa Carpeut - wed accus
?? lomedto Sash making and Stop-work, oray?uug
man who has been ai ta> Sash-making bu-iurss and ?ishes
t i finish iis tr i,i at house > tr. eating, '?I n : .>o>t recom
... mdauous can unJ employment bt callii g eo
o9 lw_j i UitRK 31 Ann -t
' i '<> 'itl.lii, D?n, k i?s?. 1 Uniform ioi
i. rale cheap. Apply at 3S9 Houston at, old 2"
jj o u i \ i i. \\ ateb ci os.t-: r
1 WANTED, a iecead-baBd Portab'e Wat r CloseL
Apply; ? \vm VVEST,
i 1 1 1 ? P.a aber an I Tinsmith, 109 II idson-at.
'MO i^. t( -,.-,-? PAKKNT*. \
a toaae m to, fully compel, ul u te >? i the el l-s cs mij
the dirTereutbrauchet ,t Eegh&h.; *ho no* preparing
hnc-eif i\,r a professional Irfe, is desirous of obtaining a
situation as a-aistant Ii a ber ou reasonable terms, or as
instructor in s private family. The best of i-s-rrrces
riven. His experience in leeching ?.il warrant entire
satisfaction to bis employer. A personal ictetvien nay
he had by addressii ; A B . Dpper P. tl OS e. olS *r
k?l.Ol*** Wanted bauds . make |teivei
a. Coals and Cassimeru Pantaloons. Also a I? ?: , ...
English I5>>y. a boCan come well recommended Applvto
ol*2'3C JAMES NATHAN, 13 Cedar-si.
i a ti f - 'i ? H i: H \\ t:*. i ri: \ ? md
I i industrious man,one who can rebronze nn.i |?cker,
and understands his business generally, can find iteady
. . irmentai WORAM .\ II lUGHW OUT, Stil Bri id
way. o*J I?
I .* OA It IS. -Pleaaa il ro nits. ? ith hoard, may be
Is had. deb* bu ally situated, al 101 East Broadway, Ina
private family, lor a few ?? leel I s .r,|er. of qu et bablti -?
House first cla?-. Term, meter.i c. Kefereneea as
chanced. ol 1 lw
I * make arrsngem nts lor board during the wiater with
i private bo irduig house. ? here there are but f. w board*
??r.. Weald ?m l a n ein by himself,ou 2d or 'lj daor.
with a grate. Lo alien uiu-i be in the vicinity or foot of
Dey -t. Terms must be moderate. References exchanged.
Iddi ?? V. V.i nice of the Tribune, s attng ti rots sad b>.
OVAKOIAG lud.in msBioy boobtaine.pleas
I > ant and .!? sirable location. Apply st No. It! II ii I son
?t Terms-moderate. nl?- 3*
[Ill.tBU-A geiilleill.il in.I hit ?iffl md asiughl
I I ien;;, man c i i have good board n ? private family
where thcte ire Imt few boarders, in s des r idle situation
near St. Luke's Church, HudsoB-street, by a dressing a
ir-eloH rt at rbisefli e will meet with attention. -1 - Hi*
j >t? his.*? .At ii H.ih^sii i. M tue muter
I > Call mil see. ml Inf
C Privutc ?ionrUiasg'.?ftentlemen wishing per
maneni Board and Rooms in a locati.tonvenient to the
lusiuass part of ibi City, wiU be aceomtnsMia'.m.i si No. TS
Duane-strect, ju?t out of Broad, way, where but few board*
?r- ?,v t .'. ii sud everv exertion uiai e in rjnder their
Uo rue plMMant aud eouifoitabto Tlie house i? .i-nr?..ly
md newly fun shed throughout. Terms, moderate
Re* renews exebaaeed. jv83 if
poiKori., in iti:*' irjuAY, u x? ?.mi,
it opposite the Park, and next door to lb* American
Hotel?a very pleasant md convenient location s?l luf
, .*>.? it s> .i S a> Hint 111*mm ? ,.V|.
r> v-.ro frimilt. hya-plyins it 80" Hudson-st. je7-tf
j>OAKl>l>A'<s,?ingle genuemau (etui ao others)
J * r.-.i.liug in tho lower part ol the I'ity raw ho ac
omibodaled vitli g. Board, with or without n? ms, at
(ti I .iii.u-st. Also, three or four can base Diaasrronly,
ifdeain !._ji -'.l U"
BSS.AlSDINCi s.N NKW-kVKik,
4 lENTI.EMEN biaiting New-York wiil lind i quiet and
Ur al i-i home st tho GRAHAM HOUSE, No. 63
Barclay street,whore ample accomnsodattous crs at-,
nine, re- r\ea |. r tr-.n.isi.t Hoar !??.-.. <?:;.'. atlorde-l it mod
erste prices, by the day or week. No fumes of Tabasco
ir Alcohol will be found to taini the atmosphere.
N. It. .? f^w permanent Hoarder. ?iil l?- i.ikcn.
S a V, -a. A;.nl ITih. I-11. 1 ? ] K11-s IVi-f t r:i)S.<J.
^'."^ TO laE'sT? A handsome t*-> story H?u-e ItM
il-L Waverley place, near Waahington Parade Pos
? e.-i.-a iairaedi itely. Item io* to a ^-ooii tenant, >'-:il Islf
>..^ ei;??.s.S|-i fu la ET?i* mom anal hr,l.rm?aa
5 a i i,-et., p.i iti? Sec. siiltaole for a aoiaut ?.
\ o, on lurtrc room, extraordinarily weil lighted, suits
for a wo. it-shoo. Inquire on him premise- of
JOHN I.IU'Ki:. in rea- . f :il Ami ?'.
S... VOK Tkt.U ii'.i i:\ni A At. l \
\v3 Country Sea, 10 miles from the city. Ueated in
Queens County, I I conta.ig upwards >'i lu acres of
.r.r rat ? land The buildmm nre cue doable house, mo*
era finish, w-ith grates, marble n.uiitl ?, olding-doors,
Be ? en kit-hen ~J*o,9 larite btrus. wagoa house, car
lege hcu-e, shop, tranary. poultry bouse sad yard, ice
rtou-e. with tail other conveniences aeccsearv for ? lar-e
family. The fruit is of the best kind ami in every variety
?pples, i berries, *c in sbuadance.
A large amount of tin- moai y may remain nn bond and
nortrage* ur Brooklrn or New-Vork city propeiiy would
re 'token 10 exi bange. Address L. M. S. ,.t Uns olflco.
A . FOB nil. tlii to la et. ? \ new
s?-bnek House, pleasantly situated in '-' "ti street, be
l?een tbe 2d_and ?d Avei. The II.e ia ?I by 38
?'.,'. is., ? tries and basement; the tot is 9") feet 9 mrhe,
lecp, The lubscribersinl nd to ereel a stable on the
r,-nr whtch wilV mske it a desirable reidiuce lor -ml
nee. The above House and lot can be purchasedon ul
raotsgeoM terms. For farther partieiilari inquire at 3d
Pi .treat, of l.tJDI.UM * GHA.MAN. Builders. t,32w*
I I.Lli'VttljS LA>D AGEiUV Ii M.WEAD,
I Attorney and Counsellor al Law, and General Land
tgent, L<\t ?roN, Fulton Co. Illinois.
R-ferenci?H/?race Greelv, 30 tnnsi Hon Abraham
'riltiu, Madiaoa; Geortre Draper, ?'?; Cedar -n; New
V.-rk Dr J. R Mann, and Win R. McDougal, Chatham,
St *? Je,., !. o!3 Im*
PRljSPfcC'lUS Knit THE SALE OF REAL ES
TAI K. AT NEW BRIGIITOV, Steten Island, to the
?mount of Sei cm tlttnoai t< Tin i - on H-,i i.t-?.
'I iIII. fin ? I * r ? (if THE NEW -BRIGHTON .1?
I SOCIITION rtrer for tale, by sub criptiou. fire bun
In .1 blot ks of ground, the most eligibly titeated of any
thi ?. poaseas, as respects contiguity to u ?-? ferries, ami ul
0 several of tbfi mosi elegant and desirable villas an.I
-.uiitrv .eats iatiie vicinity of the en- of New Vork ?
Phi ?!! />! hunJr,.! blocks ,ire to be dil| ese.l of Si ' ijlhl
hundred dollars eai b; every one of them ?ill eoi tsm riirhi
hn Idii t? lots, add wdi ateasure about IOC by 200 feet, be
? tuffii iem Kit a neat eottzge -..-I gardenplot
Each subsenr.Ar wdl "bis n i block valued ?t ^rcrord
u:2 in the cash sales m ula by ire- Assos iation Ihe last two
? ar- from .il'.to to )l*fsj, ard he mm/ have allotted to
-nn property a irtii :'n,ni f >rtv to -ixty lina:S the value of
... nption.fOn tome of then, are splendid improve
!.-. ? .-ni..ri-irig lar^e matl-i'.a tn.usi ., I.ote,. . ..tta^os,
dOI k-, Ac. in pi-rl.i ?. order.
The ; an adopted for disposing of the above property,
presents great inducements to ike espitattUt desirous of
m a ,? od investments, and to all who wisbm obtain a
,unl y r- ideoceat s moderate price, and in a position
the most eligible in the vicinity of New-York. I'or ex
im;,I : ike , le^aat COUtilry seat, with about lour acres of
1 : sdjeiaingtreceatly f. isbed by Thomas EDal ii,Esq ,
it a cost exceeding $fiOJ)00, and winch is unrivalled for
taut) of situation, will become ti?e property of one of
the subscribe, s fr-e and uniacumbered, at a cost to Mat
: uf only in *
' To some other tub e-iber will be allotted, free and un
-mbered; "Btlmvmt Heute" aadgroantts, nowoceu
.i ed ua a tentinary for young bidies, at an anneal rentof
The splendid " /'nrii'ion,'' ereereJ ,u 1 -:i" at a eoat e?
i- diug $130,000, including It:-: v ro::r,.|. and outtu Idicgs,
? i I fill l i another, free ami utincumb-r-il.
?? linif iiou Huujit " which, with ir.e groind.. eostmrer
53 i.OCO. and -ventral new and beaotifol cotlao;., mil Le
ome the ; ropt .*? of other subscribers.
i b ? Ass ci itioa, ia otrenng s? la--2e an -mount of ral
aable property at on, tune ou tueh favorable terms.wouM
serell remark, that they sre prompied to do .? .olely
sun the new of closing their stfatrs within the tern, ol
' cae.r o/ganiz*d exi-teca-e, which b -boat .I rawing
Co a .do-' They feel . onndent taal each subscriber
wi.1 obtain property j-realer iu value than the amount of
nt investment , .
I i?rj -f meiniproved property , whicu tost ia all over
? 1 oo with maps and ar- om .anyir.g documents, can
V i . n on 'PI I* ation io Henry l.y.-.cn. President of the
-asociation, attbeir ?'?.'k-.-, 19 Wall, entrance firstdooi
.i Hanover -treet.i who will give all fanh-r detatla of the
proposed plan. . .
Termi of subscription for sn uadivided share of eight
. , dred d-dlars. as follows :
In a be:. I payable io one an 1 two year-, -.n
It-r ks of sobscri-rtion srr opened b) EDWARD A. NT
COLL, i:.'j.. Trustee, at the ortVe of th? New Vork Life
i -1 Trust feiupanv. No. 'Sr. VVa 1 st.
ft. H. The ,:J,h pa-, meat will be depo.iud En the New
Virk Life aed Tru-t Company, and lie rceeipt of the
secretary of the f:oxpacy given to all sibscriber?.
By onter of rhe Ten "tee"_
BOVU'1 HI.1.AI lll.it. PUHUKK.
100 .v-a< B>ivd'? eelebraied Bleachicg Powder, just
- --^..eit sad for tale k"