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DEAF UNCLE JEFFERY AND IKE LITTLE
BT AfcBC-TT LEX.
Little Fanny Carr lifted up her eyes and sa*
those of their formidable visiter fixed full upon her
face, whereupon she rose from her seat and trot
out of the room as quick as possible.
"Pray who is that little thing?" asked uncle j
Jeffery of Mrs. Pokenham. as they were left to?
gether in the evening?" pray who is that Httle
thing that has just gone out of the room 1
" Do you mean Fanny Carr I O. she it a hole
creature that has seen better slavs, and we let fiT
be here because mv feelings wo n't let roe send bet
assay. She is so" happy, nnd so attached ? us,
poor' thing, and she just makes herself useful by
H?ing any trifle that fall* in her way. She keeps
the keys of the stc-re-room. and the ten caddy, and
the wine cellar, and the beer, andI the cellaret, and
vhe fills up her time with sewing for the girls and
she has thft cote of the linen, and she inartes all
the pastry, and does the presf rves?but what J
mos: prize Fanny Carr for is, that she is such a
good nurre?she nursed the children through all
their maladies, and never left them when we had
the scarlet fever ; every body said that she would
catch it, but she never did, though she was with
them day and night. Yes, Fanny Carr is a most
"So she is your house-keeper, and your cook,
and your plain-sewer, and your nur-'-'"
" 0, no, uncle. I do n't give her any wages.*' I
" A servant without wages V
" Uncle. I see that yon do n't like to see Fanny
Can -itling at the same table with you. I nm
?ure I beg your pardon, but I did not think of it.
I slo n't much think that she would like to eat with
the servants, but I 'II see. At nil events, 1 can
-end her Iit dinner up to her own room."
" Let the- litt!" thing stay," satd uncle Jeff.
" But, my dear uncle. I confess it was very
thoughtless of mi? to seat her at the ?am?- table
with ys)U, und I can very we!! make her 20."
?? Then I ?hall go tool" said deaf uncle Jeff.
Mis. Pokenham uf course immediately with?
drew ber proffer. She could only regret that she
hud been so Inadvertent as ts> place her highly
respectable, and highly-endowed, and fortunately
lieh uncle JefFery, at the same table with a poor
little minikin finikin old maid. Fanny Carr was
mill tolerated, and uncle Jeffery seemed so far t"
overcome his aversion to her as to permit various
little offices, which she was constantly performing
for him in her character of general usefulness. She
arranged the csuhtens in his easy chair?for, after
the first lit of sullennass, uncle Jeffery permitted
himself to be installed into it* comfortableness?
she fetched him his slippers, und reached him hi
foot-stool, and got him the newspapers, and handed
him bis hat and his slick when lie went out, and
tuuk them from him when be came in, and always
met him with a -mile; und. some way or iineitlier.
deal uncle Jeff could hear Fanny Carr - gentle
voice ulmost without the help of his ear-horn, bet?
ter than lie could understand other people with it.
?' I wish I had deaf uncle Jeff's money !" said
Master Daniel. " How I would make it rly ! He
has not the heart to do u.nytliing with it but keep
it to get moth-eaten and rusty."
'?There he is under the window," said Hum?
" No matter what one says, he CHn't hear u.-. It
is such tun to look Iiimin the face ami hoax him?
telling lnm what an old curmudgeon he is, and all
the while making him think that you are paying
the greatest compliments. Mamma does that in
fine style. Now 1 'II show you her honey, milk,
and sugar way."
And so saying, Master Daniel walked up to lii
deuf uncle Jeff, and. witk an insinuating look und u
soft smile, said, " It gives me the greatest pleasure
to assure you that 1 think you have not sense
enough to enjoy either your life or your money.'
" Hey ' What do you say I" said deaf uncle
Jeff applying his car-horn.
" 0 tie! ' exclaimed the little old maid, turning
very red?"how can you mock his infirmities in
that manner .'"
" I'll tell you what," said Master Daniel, turn- I
ing sharply round upon the poor dependent?I'll [
tell you what?mamma ordered you to make the
amiable to old deal uncle Jet'here for our stike,
but she begins to think you urc doing it for your
"0 Muster Daniel!" exclaimed little Fanny
Carr, " you know that 1 try to be kind to every
body?indeed I ought, for I feel what it is to wish
for kindness myself; aad when I see how you till
play upon this poor gentleman, because be hap?
pens to be deuf, I can't help feeling the more
pisiful over him; but it would be just the same if
lie were poor."
" Hey .' hey ' What does she say '" asked uncle
" She says that slie is quite exhausted 1?, ith the
trouble of speaking to you. sir. you are so very
"Deaf! deaf!" exclaimed the old gentleman?
" I am not deaf?I told you all before that I was
?'0 Daniel'" exclaimed Fanny Carr, with the
tears in ber eyes?" how can you so misrepre?
sent me J"
" Hey ? bey ? What does she say '" asked un?
"She says, sir, that she is quite wssrn out with
the trouble of shouting and lunning errands."
" O Daniel!" ejaculated the little old maid.
" And she say* that if you don't e(> away verv
soon, she must. But mamma is very ungrv with
her for grumbling, and 1 should n't wonder if she
were to show her the way 10 the door."
The little old maid burst into tears.
" Hey I hey ? What '* all this f" ejaculated the
' ? mamma, you are here, and it 's high time,"
said Master Daniel, as Mrs. Pokenham entered.
" If I had not been here to meddle. Fanny Carr
was managing deaf uncle Jeff in fine -tyle."
" Fanny Carr," said Mrs. Pokenham, your con?
duct has been more and more extraordinary everv
" What have 1 dune I" exclaimed the little old
"You have been trying to manage my poor silly
unclt?that lias been plain enough in my eyes lor
a long time. You tantle after him. and go about
fetching, and carrying, and coaxing, and looking
like a lamb, and you know that you have your own
private ends in it all."
" What ends can I have '" exclaimed Fnr.nv.
"Why, Miss Carr, it" 1 must speak the plain
truth?and I am a plain-spoken person, you know,
not much given to (lattery?I must say, that I see
clearly enough what you are aiming at. When
one party i* foolish, and the ether is artful, it docs
not need much discernment to see what is in
"What do you mean, ma'am .'" exclaimed the
litde old maid in an agony.
?' Why, I mean. Miss Carr, just this, you see
that my uncle is a silly old man. and rich, and you
being clever and poor, you think that you may be
able t<> catch him in a match. You think that it
would be a better thing to be Mrs. Jeffery. and
keep vour carriage, than even K> live the idle life
which you are now doing."
" The idle life which I now lead!" exclaimed
the little aid maid. " I. w ho toil in labors which
have no end through all the weary days, without
either thanks or wages!?and now to be accused
^ " \ousec that my uncle is half a fool, and you
t.iink that you can ju?gle him into marrving you.
Hut 1 tell you once' more that I ?ill not siarsd by
and see such things done in mv hoase; >o just have
the goodne-s to tie up your tri'infs. and take vour
departure in half an hout-und\c,v glad shall 1
be when you roe Burf, g.snc. for I see how artful
you are. and there is no knowir,. where the mis
ehtet may end.
Fanny Carr burst into an agony of ts.ars
"Mr. Jefferv i< not the weak ninn ,w 1
him but clear-headed and SsW^S^
to detect me, it I were the artful cieature v?u ?\
cuae m. Uf being. But I will go. I will not stay
to be accu-ed of eating the bread of id''*n"5- "r
practising subterfuges?no. I will go and beg-my
??read rather than thai .'-any thing IS netter than
;hat:_onIv_onIv-don-t laugh at him "7?"'
poor gentleman, for if he were to find it mithe
would feel it. for he fit not so simple as you think
him, dear, poor gentleman. ' ,
u jjev ?? hey r ?rbat docs she say ? asked uncle
?<0. mv dear unc!" Jeffery, don't mind her. She
is an ungrateful creature, after all the kindness
which we have shown her, to l>c weary of paving
?ou the few little attentions which I had enjoined
iipon her. But, my dear uncle. I have sen: her
away. Nobody shall -light you in my house, so I
have sent her away."
" Hugh '." said deaf ur.cie Jeff.
The little old maid's eye, w??re drowned with
tears?whatever poets may say in rhvme of trie
superlativeness of the beautv of bloodshot orbs,
and their red curtains, and that, we rave always
teen accustomed to consider those sort of things
amazingly unbecoming. But it happened that our
tittle heroine forgot to consul*, her looking-glass
upon the occa-ion, and consequently her eyes he
came somhteing like the Red Se?.. The poor little
body however, proceeded as expeditiously as might
br- to lav h"r scanty w ardrobe as straiehtly as pos
I sible in a wooden box. which was both small enssugh
and large enough : to collect her needles and her
knitting: a few letters, carefully tied up with a
piece ?f faded red riband, the dates of which
proved chronologically that the paper had been
made full twenty years ago, all of them written in
a neut masculine hand, 1;"kte that of a schosd usher,
and dated as manv years back; to look very par?
ticularly at and sigh ever a little morsel cf sandy
hair: to stroke her favorite^pussy for the las: time:
and then to take her clog-, her reticule, and her
umbrella; to look at an old summer-house: to
gather two or three leaves from an old tree; and
then to pass through those inhospitable doors into
the wide, wide, bleak and cold world, alone
There are some hearts like some vegetable ?
they take root any where, no matter how unfavor?
able the soil, or how- blighting the atmosphere.
Thus it was with the little old maid. In spite ot
derision, and scorn and buffeting, her feelings had
grown to the inanimate -tone walls that surrounded
her, simply because they had nothing else to cling
to: and if the mere impulses of a loving nature
could thus attach her to repelling ur.d repulsive ob?
jects, hew tenderly might she have loved what was
really liveable !
Poor Funny Carr. with the liberal, large, and in?
exhaustible sum of somewhere about rive shillings
in her pocket, looked mentally round for a shelter
for her head. iinJ having bethought herself of one
of Mrs. Pokenham's discarded servants, who had
married and settled, determined upon seeking shel?
In a little cottage by the rood-side, as clean as
?hose dear cottages of Kiigland ever lire, with h
neatly-trimmed garden without, luxuriant in sum
met blossomings, and with the whitest ol white
curtains within, and the reddest of red Hours, and
the brightest of round tables, and the mn>t resplen?
dent of fire-places, sut the little old maid, dressed
as neatly as it" fairy hands had been her the woman
and working at her needle a- blithely as bttds per?
form their daily lu-k of singing. What though her
live shillings was very neatly exhausted, she could
I earn almo.-i sixpence a day, and that was indepen?
dence, and independence was happiness.
There came a great dust whilst the little old
maid was thus delving lor happiness and sixpence
a dnv. and a noise of carriage-wheels; and, looking
up to see what might be coming, she saw a plain,
respectable, grave, steady, brown-visaged carriage
and pair, with a coachman in a brown livery be?
fore, and u servant in brown livery seated in the
box behind, and le and behold, it stopped at the
very cottage-door w hen- -In- wns working ; and so
the little old ma: 1 jumped up,and threw dow n her
cotton and her scissors, and hastened to tell them
that it was all a mistake, when, to her particulai
astonishment, she saw deaf uncle Jeffery, getting
down the steps, and walking across the cottage
garden, and coming in at the door. And having
gone thus far, the deaf old gentleman took hohl of
her diminutive hand in his great gigantic paw, and
gave it a squeeze, winch almost made the little old
maid cry out. which, however, she did not do, for
ladies of all sires very seldom cry out at u squeeze
of the hand, generally bearing ihn: sort of pain very
philosophically, and then uncle Jeffery proceeded
to draw one of the brightly-rubbed wooden-bot?
tomed chairs to himself, for his own particular use,
and to sit down upon it close to the little old maid.
" I hope you are well, Mr. Jeffery." shouted the
little old mail ; " it is very kind of you to come
and see me. I hope you are well."
"Quite well, thank you," replied uncle Jeffery,
?' and now tell what you think has brought me to
see you /"
" Perhaps." said the little old maid, coloring
slightly .w ith the remains of u well-whipped, well
worn-down, well-subdued pride, " perhaps yon
wanted me to do some plain work fur you, Mr.
Jeffery. 1 tun taking in plain work."
" You need not speak so loud, my dear." said
deat uncle Jeff; " you know you will the yourself,
you will exhaust vom self,"
" Oh, Mr. Jeffery !" said the little old maid, the
tears rushing into her eyes. " Oh. Mr. Jeffery.
pray believe thnt 1 never Complained, nor ever even
felt it a trouble to tall; to von. Indeed, I did not.'
I don't know how soon I may be utHivt?d myself."
Uncle Jeffery took poor Fanny's hand, and gave
it another squeeze that almost threatened it with
compression. " 1 knew you did not. Yet, never?
theless, you rrui?t not speak so loud."
'? But you have not your ear-born," -aid Fanny
Carr, persisting in shouting, lest her visitor should
j think lluit she grudged the trouble ; " bat voe have
not your ear-horn."
?' But you know that I always told you that I
wns not deaf."
The little old maid looked perplexed.
?' But you never believed me-?was that it '"
The little old maid colored crimson, but she
could not deny it.
" Well. then, if I was deaf. I am bettrr."
" 1 am glad of it, with all my heart." said the
little old maid. " for it must be a miserable thing
not to hear a word that is said to us."
" Yet sometimes it is better net to hear what is
saiJ of us." replied uncle Jeffery.
The little old maid colored deeply. She re
; membered too well all that had been said of him
and before him.
" But do you know thai I had, even when I was
at the \v?srst, quite hearing enough to know how
kind you were to me. and how amiable to every
" Oh, you are toe good to think so," said the lit?
tle old maid with a hliuh.
'? And now tell me your plans, and if there is
tiny thing I can help you in. aHd rea?y you need
not speak so loud. You know I could always un?
derstand von even when I wns very hard of hear?
ing. Now tell me your plans."
" Oh," ?iid the little maad. " they art' soon told.
1'he people who live here,were Mrs. Pokenham's
servants, and they are very kind to me. and 1 have
got plenty of work, and 1 am quite happy and con?
tented. Only if you want any shirts tusking
" I certainly would Not let you do them."
" Oh !" exciaitned Poor Fanny Carr.
"No. that I would not: for your gentleness.
\eur ktr.dsteas, your simplicity, your disinterested?
ness ot character, deserve something better. Now
you have told me your plaits, shall I tell yon mine 1'
'? ^es. if you please." said the little old maid.
".Heil. then, to begin with mvse!t*." said uncle
' .Uffrey, " I have a few- thousands* a-year. I have e
?arriage and horses, ar.d servant*, arid a very gooc
i .louse, and gardens a: d orchards, and pleasure
: grounds: and I believe that all my own counts
consider me rather a respectable man "
Fanny Can go: up and curtseved.
" Bu: ye: I have the character of being a seven
ard sarcastic and morose man.^
" Oh bo. tha: you are not.'" warmly interrjptec
the little old maid.
" I am glad that ysu do r.wt thiak so. Well, ]
have one want in my house. Can you gues* \?ha
u is V
Fanny looked puzzled. " Money will buy every
" Not the thing thai I want "
" Then i: must be something very particular in?
" It is something very particular, indeed."
" Oh, I '11 help you to rind it."
" That is very kind, and I hope you w?]?I watat
?something to love."
" The world is full of such things." said the lit?
tle old maid.
" To you who love every thing from the over- :
flowing of your heart, but not to me.*'
Poor Fanny looked infinitely perplexed. " I
wish I could do sny thing to help you "
''Yoacan. I told you I had a carriage and ser?
vants, and house and furniture, and piate and mo?
ney, but I have no one to ?bare them with me: ns>
or.e to ride with me, sit with me. walk with me. j
talk with me, take the head of my table?to love
toe if they could. In short I want a wife. Will ,
you take this troublesome office J"
" Oh, Mr. .letter.!" exclaimed FannyCarr, with
a face as red as blushes could make it.
The piain brown chariot with the brown horses
and brown hammercloth. and the servants in brown
liveries, drew up with a great dash, quit* in an
! unusual manner, at Mr. P .ken'iam's door. I: was
I very evident that every thing belonging to the
brown arTiir was in a considerable state of exri'e
roent, in fact quite in a brow n fever or sort of effer?
vescence, and some way or another the agitation
was communicated to the family of the Poken
'? Who can it he!" exclaimed Mrs. Pokenham.
" Do n't bring them in here, but show them into
the drawing-room. I always like to receive car?
riage people in the drawing-room ! and, Jane, tetch
me a clean pair of gloves.
" La, mamma, a wedding ! look at the w hile fa?
vors '" exclaimed Miss Pokenham the tirst.
?' Then there's one chttrine less in the world."
said Miss Pokenham the sreond.
"It's all right." said Master Daniel, "I like
bridecake, and 1 do n't care how many people
marry and are miserable, >o that 1 get a good feast
?? I like the quarreling quite as well a> the cake,"
-aid Ma? er Humphrey.
" Look :" exclaimed Mrs. Puker.ham. " I de?
clare it" it is not deaf uncle .letf! 1 though*, he ''
be glad to come back to us: I made him so very
I comfortable with bis chicken- and ea-y chairs, that
I thought lie 'd want to com?- back again, if that
iiltlc deceitful Fanny Cur had not poisoned bis
" He's a good customer," said Master Dan.
" Mamma 'a legacy will keep well: it will be
I tine high game, said Ma-t<-r Humphrey.
" How smart uncle Jeri" is !" sai I Miss PoI,?i
ham the tirst.
" White silks and pumps. I declare, and a flower
in his button-bole!"
" And what on euith is that little lump of finery
behind him '" said Miss Pokenham the second.
" Why. goodness gracious .' you do n't think that
uncle .Jeff has been such an old stupid as to get
married himself!" .-aid Miss Pokenham the first.
" 1 shall faint at the bate supposition,"exclaimed
Mr-. Pokenham?"an unna ura! monster'"
" Here he comes, and his qneen doll with him."
Uncle JefTery waiked into the room as stately a>
ttic tall'st grenadier in the service of Frederick
the Great, dragging after him a bundle ef white
satin and white lace nnd| French blonde and white
kid gloves and orange blossoms, and it really was
astonishing to .-ec how many dozens of yards they
hail managed to tie up together.
" Is it you, uncle JefTery J " shouted Mrs. Po?
kenham, of course not at all expecting an answer
to her question.
" l es. I have brought vou myself and mv better
" What do you mean, uncle JefTery ' "
" You need not speak so loud," said uncle JefTery.
" True, true," said Mrs. Pokenham. " I had for
got thut \ou are nut at ull hard of hoaring."
" I urn not," said uncle JefTery.
Mis. Pokenham -.lured in spite of herself.
" I always told you that I was not deaf."
" Vou did. of course you did."
" But you never believed me."
" 0 yes, that I am sure I did." shouted Mrs.
" Speak in a whisper as you used to do. Cn n't
you tell each other what a fool, and a dolt, and
I what a piece of ugliness is cross and dent old uncle
" 0, uncle, and can you really hear 1 "
" Ay, n pin fall to the ground : I always had
excellent hearing "
?' Yes, uncle. 1 know you had.*'
" But'you don't believe it."
" 0. certainly, certainly."
" Well, if some people are haid of hearing, others
are hard of belief. Perhaps you wo n't believe me
when I tell you I am married."
?' Married ! and to whom I "
Uncle JefTery lifted up the veil of the bundle of
white satin and pomps and vanities, am! introduced
?? Mrs. JefTery."
"Fanny Carr'" exclaimed the winde congre
"Wretch of a maa.'" exclaimed Mrs. Poken
j ham. " Is it thus you come to wound our feelings ? "
?' And to make you what I hope you will consider
a handsome present.'
?' How liberal! how kind! " exclaimed Mrs. Po?
kenham, her hopes reviving.
" Yes, indeed, I have brought you my ear-horn
tied with white riband, and I hope you will keep
:t hung ip heie In the drawing-room to remind you
of cross, deaf, old on-|e Jeff."
i s'stoV. oKK s Aiit-riiai r siuvls
I PRICt-8 REDUCED?The public should know that
this si.ore escee,!- uny thin;: ev.-r gel up tor warming,
both id point of comfort rnd economy. If i roperly
ruansj-rd it ue?-sJs |o m* replenished but ?snre :n *l li-ur*.
und thf n but three or four sticks sre sufficient. Ou-r 3i'00
ef the-e -stoves have been sold in Boston ibis season; ibis
being the third season since there introduced. Tfiey are
rrcoauiKuded by the m?st eminent physicians there and
in this city. The subscriber wishing to relinquish the
Cooking Stove bu-iiiess otT-rs the remainder ef Ins stock
of Cooking Stoves si cost He has < a consignment a few
superior three colnmn coal Stoves. Also. Cylinders of
various size*. Also, Mautel Crates, all of which will be
?old low. HILL, 950 Water st. dij liu'
?y WO VlhVEB J1EDALM AMI 7111.
X. PLOMAS, have been awanled to John Lindmark. --
Chatham-street, for the best Cologne aud Perfumery. Kor
9 years he his beeu engaged m the rn?nufaetnre of Per?
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preseircd himself before the publ c in the advertising
columns of any paper, but now sustained by the decision
of eminent judges of I'erfunierv. given at the Fairs held
lu tills City aud Boston, he feels authorised in saying t?s
those ?ho want any article in fiis hue. that at Bti Chatham
street'they any Snd a sup-rior quality, at tnocerate
prices. Remember the uutuuer is SsJ, formerly entrance
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the OrSce on the Whe.rf. or on'board. N. B. All kinds ol
prop?rtv taken only at the risk of the owner* thereof.
PEOPLE"** LINE FBO.tl NEsV-YORK
1 krbugh in J nours. Fire ea'y $i
Leave pier No i N. R.. Battery Place, at ?i o'clock. A
M daily. Sundays excepted, by sicanboat Ciaderitla or
Water Witch, io Elizabeth port, then to tax.- cars or
the E. Town and Soraernlle Railroad to Boundbrook
leaving only 3; miles by coaches, raak.cg by far the most
p'easaut and expeditious roate to Eastou. For seats ap?
ply to A. P.Hope. 7.1 Coartlaadt s'_ or on board. A. D
Hope will accomnauy the passengers to Bound Brook, ano
reader all assistance necessary.
XT T.ie Expre-s Line tinJiuc their chare* of hanbug
not to answer, now explain tae reasan of our gettins
through several hours before themby atatiag that we start
three hours in advance of l-ieir Liae. This chartr- is j :-i
as de.titut? of tra'.n ** the first. n*27
EXPREnS MAIL LINE FROM NEW-YORK "
fin EASTON, pa.
SSSfivia NEW-BRUNSWICK.?Fare through >
?Daily. (Sundays excepted,) from the foot of Libert}
street, at 9 o'clock, A. M. For seats, apply at the office
foot of Liberty iirceu Northern Hotel, foot of Cortiandl
stre-t. or of the Agent on beard the Car,, who will ac
compaay the passengers to New-Braaswick.
WM. F. A DHE, Agens.
The People's Line deny that they area - humbug.* (bah!)
as al?o thai they leave Eastofl I! hours in advance of the
Express Line. To ' prove' this, will the Agont please tell
us what rims ihcv '.'o' leave Exstmi I Tae public are
pret y ?< tl ?roi-ri-'d who tslls the truth.
T. PuWhl.l. CV tO'a, I,INK.
as, FOR NEWBURGH, LANDING AT
' CALDWELL'S, W EST PI IINT a. I OLD
?SPRINGS The steamboat HIGHLAN?
DER. Captain Robert Wardrop. will leave the foot ol
Warren-street, New-Y?rk. ever) Monday, Thursday, ami
Saturdav afternoon, at A o'clock.
Returning, the HIGHLANDER will leave Newburgh
every Monday morniug at 6 o'clock, and Tuesday anJ
Friday afternoon at ! o'clock.
For freight or passage, apply to the Captain en board.
N. B.?All baggage, and freight of every ?lescription. and
bills, oi ?pect?, put en board this boat, must be ai the ri 'a
of the owners thereof, unless a bill of lading or receipt is
signed for the rams. jyil
NEW-YORK A ERIK
:itAIL-ROA I>? Trains will
hereafter run between New-York and Go.lien arror ling
to the follswing arrangesm m. -topping at Pyrmont. Bleu*
vcttville. Clark-town, Greenbusb, Pascae,Sufferna Rama
pe Si uto i, Monroe Works, Turner's, SeamanviUe, Mou
roe Village aud Chester :
A Patievger Trcin rrrry msnang, (except San 1 f
leaving the foot of Albany-st at t) o'clock, in the Compa?
ny's Steamboat UTlCA. Captain Alexander H. Schultz.
A Passenger Train rnery Wednesday and Saturday itf
temssn at 4 o'clock, from the foot of Alosny ?irest iu Ibi
A Freight Train every Monday. Tuesday. Thursday
and Friday oftrrnoan, at 4 o'clock, from ike toot ol
Chambers stroet, by the steamboat I'nioa.
A Passenger Tram etery morning, (exceptSunday,)
at 7 o'cl"Ck, arriving in New-York by the steamboat Uli
ca at the foot of Albany st
A Passenger Train terry Wednesday and Saturday
afternoon, at 3 o'clock, arriving in New-York by the
A Freight Tram every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday
and Friday afternoon, at 3 o'clock, arnniif. in New.York
by steamboat Ui.lou and Barge- al the foot of Chambers
For freight or pasinje inquire at the Company's Trans?
portation office, corner of Lib.-rty and Wcsl-street-s, and
, at the various Depots on llie line of the road.
t reicht will he received at the foot of Albany-street,
: on Wednesday and Saturday, aud at the foot of Ch im
; hcrs-strcet, on Monday, Tueaoay, and Friday unul 3
; o'clock P M. H.C.SEYMOUR,Superintendent
o2S if of the Eastern Divisiou N. Y aud R. R.
ft, FOR ?HREHSBI RV.
* FA L L A K R A N GEM E N Ts?Tb* steam
boat OSIRIS, Cape J. U. Allaire, -i.
on aud altet November 9, run as follow :?Leave Ne ?
Y( rk from Fulton M irket Slip, East River, every Tues
day, Thiir-ilay and Saturday, at 9 o'clock A. M
Returning, will leave Red Bank every Tuesday.Thura
Jay and Saturdav,at half past 13 o'clock, P M.
; The Boat will run as above until further notice, weathe r
I d navigation perm Illing. nS
7u. W'aMTEO TO CHARTER.
A Vessel of 3000 Inrrcls burthen, to load for a
port Ir South America. Applv to
il7 G'UNNI'.I.L. Ml NT CRN .* CO 7? South ?t.
if'arffBiv.'.BI ?'wTENT A? TION PIANO
pnPC9S|PORTKS?Purchasers and the public grn
|f y J jf-ra|l\aro invited to call aad examine the
line assortment of Pianos now nsivniug at No. 134 Pearl .1.
up stNir.,, from the celebrated manufactory of Lemael Gil?
j The m inii.actarer ha? recently patented an improve*
1 mem m the action of these instruments, which secures a
'[iiickness of touch, and power and beaaty of toue, truly
As these instrument are wnrrante.l theymay with eon
fidence be recommended to all lover, of tins beautiful ami
' iner- astngly popular arltele of furuitnre.
n'253m A. REED A f. HILL, Agents, I 14 Pearl ii
D A U I tltK S>:OT Y PK LIKE N ES4**Er4
Of Children whom we love, and Pareeu we revere.
Htcure the Skadou ere its Suhstanrr fades.
1 Taken after the. plan discovered by M?ns. Dagoerre by
M. VILLERS, M. D.,
: No. 'i'i'.l Broad-cay, ;fac:ng the Park,/ New-York,
i From 9 A. M. to I P. M. daily, Suuday? excepted.
Taken in Fair, Cloudy, aud even in Stormy Weather.
Instruments furnished, and Pupils taught with his late
Tri ms modrrnlr far Cneli. nt- :f
VINCENT L. DILL'S
(STEREOTYPE FOL (V I? K Y.
No lite Kultoa-st. (fourth rtory> New-York ie!9 t
J. B. SWAIN.
BOOK AND JOB PRINTER.
jeM No. 16 John s'.?Third Story, New-York. if
DVTCHjERj REYNOLDS dfc PLATT,
Attorners, Solieiters and Counsellers.
Office No. sI, ri, )?r-_ i-^_?, ( Sslxm DtrrsgBBB
Merc.-.ants' Exchange. ^tvr" ? J. N. RevaoLM.
Wall-streeL > m27-tf (O. H. Platt.
; ENGRAVING ON WOOD,
Dcme in the neatest manner, cheaply and expedittoasly
st the OrTICL Or the KZW WORLD. SU ANSi-stseet,
Ry TIAR.X HART.
Apply to the Publisher of the New World. auQI if
PATENT CUEMIlTlT OIL I A>IPS^
CHEMICAL OIL?BURNING FLUID?The sub?
scriber would invite the attention of the public to his
stock of I* GREENOUGH'S PATENT LAMPS." which,
from their beauty and superior iiusliiic-s. are destined to
supersede all others now in use. The oil which is burned
in taem is a chemical preparation, verycleaa in its proper?
ties, aad gives a very brilliant aad eeoaomical light. The
Burning Fiaid is a portable light, free from all smoke,
smell, or grease, and will neif. er soil nor staia. Common
Lamps can be altered at a trifling expense, to burn the
I fluid. The subscriber is kindly permittsd to refer to some
of our most respectable ?milie?. who are now using tne
article. J. C. HOOKER, Iris, Broadway,
betweeu Grand and Brooiae sis -
N. B. There ii no daa-ger of exploaua in euner one of
these amclea. ogltf
DYING AND PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT,
OrncE No. Ill William, corn er or Johs-jt
Ll. KINDS OF SILK.-. COTTON AND WOOLEN
ra. GOODS DYED, restored and dresaed, including la
lies' and gentlemen's garments, such aj Dresses, Coals,
Shawls. Crapes, Velvits, Ribbons, Meriuoes, Hosiery,
Caasiraeres. Carpets, Rags, Piano and Table Cover?, tt in
dow Shades. A.c. Ac. oi?ltm*
ROLLED GERMALN SILVER.
JAMES G. MOFFETT. 131 Pruace-etreeu near Woo-ter
would particularly call the attention of Hardware Deal?
ers led Manufacturers to nja superior artic'e cf German Sil?
ver, waica heoflers for sale wholesale sndretad, of all thick?
nesses, and warrant! tl equal to any, either Foreign or De?
rmatic for color and softness. i'22.if
PARTICULAR NOTICE?Persoa- wishing
to buy, sell or exchange farms, or real euate of any
kind, in tae city or country, will rind a prompt aad ?65
cient agent in S- bENSON. No. 1 Ann at.
Also, Losas affected on city property, at 1 An- st
Tooth AcSe^?Jetestsd name.
Mo;t justlv dimce.i :o everlastisg fame'
H'HY will you ssffcr w th TrKith"acae, ?ben yci
? v c?n have it cared for 25 ?s : warranted never it
S-itf-rers are invited to cell and lest the merits of my
Nerve Pa-te, a certain aad safe remedy. Price. 2 ihil?
ltag*- Decayed Teeth filled in the be.t mwner for ?1 ta
2. Other operations accordingly. Dr. Pearion. Sur?
geon Deatist, 143 Csxal street. di la?
L E G A L
VK?T'iRK SUPREME COURT.?la ire-ai t er of ir?
ipoficitisn of the Major, Aldtr-ntu and Cuanno-a.iy ? ?
the Cut of N-w-Yo-k. lelatite to t-pratirt Thh y-ice i
.tree i'om ?U Tr. tb ivs-esae to ttc East euer, 'n he >:i
leecta Wir.i of .-id Ci r. To aD whom it may concern. ne>
lit uherebv girre -h .1 1 petiii-o ?til he pusroted to ira
h-muriM- J..'-t.res of the Syprrme Court of Judicature of thi
People f the Stele ? f >"??? Voik, at the capi olinthe t-iyw
Atiai y ? n ihr first Tosad y 0 F? brtrary IMS at 10? pe?
iftbeCustrt n ?UI dry jr u u.d tb?rrs ter a? a at >r eci
h-i.'d Sv J?ib,? Bo^raim of lite City, f New York. >e It .
f.rtb the righi. title ana claim of the petirkwrto the ?0?? ol
jae IttOesaad il?r? h- rse.ofjrs . ?limited sad SSSrSSC I SJ "?
Conioiu.i a,'? of E.liu-ite led Asses mcut apr*ui led in lh?
sheve eialitlcd matter tc f?oersu?kco?!;*s are tor the loasai s
damage t . the said unanown owners by a.-d in Consequence
rriinquiihin* tbe laterrs: of the s.idnakoosrn awiwr>iri apieci
or pj'rcrl of land 'squired fur the pu-tojr of openi-g Thirty
second ?trtst in the .aid Ci y and desciib-d a ihe report of ihi
'? said Comrntssio ,r?.a> follows, via: "All 'hi crnatnl^upirc,
, r pircel uf ground situate, lying and bai.g in the laid S 1
renlh Warn ?f th-sii I ci y, -nd bounded ?nd containing a,
i follows, to *it?hegii.n'ng at the northwesterly eome .f th
Kighlh ivrnse, ?? e-iab!iihed by law. and Thirty- tcoad lire*,
a. h- same was to beopem-d. and ranoill*: 'hence?oclhwsr-trp
lr I aw -.tie northeasterly !:neoi side, f Th it J -< rid ?Ire,
'? .slbesimssrssto be opened. one hendred I eel to the south
? easterle line or side of land of James B-s.-mi": lbe.-ce ronlh
westerly iloni the ?.uthex.? e-ly line or side of tbe .aieijatn
the .,. IJ . nea B viman. thirty frrt to a Ii e draw,. Ihr u I
i -he cei.t-e of I hir v-?.<-..ni - re, t. tstbi sstce was to he pened
thesice - ntheuterly al.ag .he said lir e d'aw,. lb ough the c-n
' treuf Tfli-tye.vtid street, as besame wi? to he ..pen. i .-. ,.
1 one hundred i-11 ? the north?, s-t-rlyline 1 ?sde 9| the fc.ii nU
IvetTOC a. established by law. and running the. cenoilhea?:,, .?
' il-.ne ih-?iid northwesterly line er ?tdeolsaid ElcnU -v-iue
u eattblisbed ey law, thirty feet to ihe place of r-Mtnatne.
I And notice i? f-ir-her given that on presenting th- raid pellll
. as sf.resii!, Iheaal ? 'u-iices will be -nored that ih- pjWet
' he same b- granted and for a ni'e or order uf ihe said < own
d-ree.ine 'be C erk J ,aid C-ur' r aiding i the City 1 f >'??
Y"'k. la par . vet to ihe ,aid petitio- er or to his attorocT, Was
; .aid sum of one h ...sa..d d< fart sr.,re m- ntioord si d Hie in
1 rr,a?e tnrrr- r. If any. a .i f^r -urh turther or vlhrr oroer a.
i to the said C urt shall se-ni uitttand puper.
D ted D-ecu-ber&i. IS'l. _ ..
' .13 6? d J. W Wtf EELBR. Att'y for Petitioners
I X C H A NC K R Y?Befnre the Vice Chancellor.?
1 William C,Pickcr*gili s-?. tledea E. Edwards, kc
lr pu.?uo:c< I . *>cr*tal order-f ihe Criilt ol Ctteacers
of the State of New York. Die following described premise!
; -ill be <-Id under ihe J.rac ion of ihe-uhsc.ilxr > ne ..f th
master: of said Conn at public atjcliou,on h- twwi.iiih dayo,
December neat, at 12 o'v;.ck. am n,at 'be Merchants' K?
chance, In the City ol NewYork.hy Anaon Blake. Ai ttioiie,r
All th it certain lol piece or parn-1 of land, aituatr.lying ami
I heirg 011 :!:r southwesterly side ol Keriys'test, in ilit StCom
: Ward of the Ci y el New Yo k. su-l S-uuid-d and coulainiof.
a< t lion?. U w't; Beginn ig on Ihe ?ouihwcstnly side .
Ferry si tri: it. irsaid. at the eastetly c tnerofth sildlo'.aoi
I adjoining the lan^ ot Gideon Lee. .<-d mnning thee.ee souih
westerly along the land ot the raid Gioeon I.-e, seveniy-h,.
'. fret, theiic, -,.-iith%?,st,rly i lulle aioie ??.udieri?. a!o"a ih
land of tbe said Uideoii Lte, ninety-sis feelsix iachs-s; thenci
? a-.rthwej|eily lixteen leel; thence'.outhwestetly one t -?t -o>i
if h? ; thence <gai in-rlli?e?terly wenty-tw.- tret,to andot
Jsioti Lorillard ; thence noithesnterly along said ?ih.r land
; the -a d Jacob Lorillard, one hundred aud seseniy-tour t ?
i ten incti-.. to Fare .trr-i aCaresaia, and thence southeast,rlj
1 don? Friry sire,t "ihir y-ti'hl etl lotheplscc f h,ginniiig.
j And. alsv, ill those right certain lots pieces or parcels 01
1 land. ..ilualr.IytHg and being iu the Sixteenth W td theCil.?
of New Vvork, kisawn ind dlalingnbhrd upon 1 imp ?tili Ire
Mep of pr.-r'r'r :n the Twellih W'srd?I tbe City ol Nr?
1 York belonging lb Henry H. I.tr.it. Dirid H. Comstock, Juhi
K. Peters, AbsnOmP lers,Russell Stebblas,J bo Brouwet and
JacobBronwer,and Slsden Ihe tint day ?I Ut-n u.n-r, 1S3I 1
j the ot?i,er of Rcgistcl ui the City and'Cunty of >e? Volk
? is lots numbers 191 (one bundled and niaety-n e.) 197 (oot
: bu'sdred l .d nin?ty-sevea.)193 (one hundred a.-d ninety-s uh .
: l-.O (one hundred and ntaety-aiae,) JOO ttwohuedrsd.) 301 (tw
h?iudrc.i and one,> 303 twohundrrd sod two,l .'03 |twn hen
? drnl .in,! i!:ritwinged and coats fine a> Rilkes . that is Ui
:-ay?lot Dun-bet 191 begins at a point on the nortbwrly sideo*
Twenty mn h street, distant two hundred andIweuly-nVeteti
ne trrlv (n,ui the < m?r firmed by the icterseetiou f tl?
????terlj ? Ii f Sixth avenue with the nortberlysidenl Twent)
ninth street, th nee mnnirg northerly Uooelliewesteriy sids I
lutaumbei 1110 on sai.l map, iw>> leet live mi ties, more or leas,
t-, Und nut* or torm- rly uf-silrW^ri. ihence ssesisilj alo: g
? d I -st usellti im .Iii it to lot nuuib,r 192 on >.i d map; tbenCi
southerly along the easterly s de uf said leil mend ned land
m 1?1 n feel s.ven im-hes, moi e m less, in th, northerly ndi
ol Fweoty-nicth su?i twenty-fist feet i? '.lie place of begin
nine. Lots i umbers 197. ISJ.'ltlS.0, 201, .'<: and JUS, i ik< i
t^ether. begin at a point ..u lb- north rly side ol Twenty
nixtfa street, ?fores od, d siaut ibr,e hund ,d md t?,u y-fi>.
feet weslerly frumthe conica I" mi d hytorinlrraection uf th.
Sixili avenue wi h the northerly -id- of T?e- ly-uintn strert,
th,uie ru .ning noriharly slnng ih- westerly -id, f lot N". I9<
on ?am map, on a Hi - pan rl wiih th- bulb avenue sf rcsal I
t?-,niy eight fea I and >tx im.li,? ami llii-,-q uartcra ?<! -? on .
in -re or le... to Ian 1 ? >v Ol toriaierly of-Slewart : thi c<
<v,-trily along said I '?I mentioned I unito land now .-r fbrmerlj
?I-; thence ? ullinly alon; ;a d last tL?nii-.ii>/d i id
eighlf.,1 lie inch, ni oe or le s, to the iiO'liierly side ?
Twenty-O nth 'If et. .f n said ; run- ing tl-.rnre > ail et I? aloi ,
then ntberly side ofTweiity-niMlhstieelsloiesaid,osseiu -
c id and tifly-e ghl lers live iuc- more or leis.l . Ihr place ol
And. also, all tha' certain lot, piere.-r parcel uf I mil. .ilinl!
lying and being in the W,rd a'orr-aiil. on ih, northerly shle ot
Twenty truth .tre,t and known by the number 187( .ue hun
d cd and righ y-seva) on the uup last sibresaid, bounded and
containing a, (allows, thii is to>a>? beginni i at a point on the
northerly iide uf Twenty-ninth street,distantone bundrrdaml
twenty-live feet vveiiei ly Irnm tbe i?mer foru etl by ihe baten
section ol tins <?.. t, rly iid? of the Sixth ivenii? wilti Hie north -
: erly side of Twcoty-nlaus tire,t .if-.rr.a.d, running, thenci
ntHtherlvou a line p'irallel wim said Sixth ????' slung tbs
wes'crly side of lot No 186 ea said map, eighty-two f-el foui
i che?, more ol lr-?, tu laud now ur Nrinnly "I - SteWail .
Iheuce wes'erly along said last memiun d land t.. lotnumhti
!ns,.ii isidmap: I h-nce southerly along said last mrmioiied lei
and on a line parallel with the sixili avenue aluresaid, seventy.
sixfe. t eleven In hi s more ?? l,s?. to the northerly side el
Twenty-ninth ?ttr,i sforesnid; thence raster Is along the north
etly siaeof Twsnty-o nth street twenty-nv fed to the place ol
beginning. Including ih" land fermfng the streets sdjo'iiii-g
.and ui Irunt ?f said lots U7, 191,197.198 199,200,201,202 ans]
203. to Ih? unedle of < iij ?treets. subject I ? ill- in, ul ?.ii-l Ian I
lo .all Ihe owners ol bats fr -noig tli?reuii. and tiy the publir
generally as public stres Is, sccoiding loth* laid map, and tht
mid street] o he opened acco diogly; and said lots on fwer.ly
ninth -lr,el ?nbj-cl .lio lu the roiesu ti, seain?! nni?a ,rr. Sil.
COM lined in (lie deeils llien lur 10 Ofden E. Kdwaid.-.
Datsd New-York. N i, n'.rr ? U. mi.
JONATHAN N VTHAN, Masterin Chancery.
(tiilTin am! Ha-,n. 1.,licit n. nK 2o?td^dJ0
IN CHANCKRY?Before ihe Vi.-e Chativellor.
Peter A Srhernieili -ui v>. .lainei Lolimrr Graham, et si
John Anthon, Sol.?In pur nance ol a decretal order of lh<
Cuurt >.f Ch im ,:y. nude i ? th.- above enlill-d came, will hi
?old st public auction, under the direction of the subscriber,
on- of the inaateti <d -aid C.-ui'. i>y Ain?lie Ji Co. auctioneers
on the iVJd day of November InsUat, -t ib.. Merchants' Ea
change, in ihe City of New Y-rk, at 12 o'clock, noon of that
day,-* All that certain piece r percel ofground, situate, ly
intr mi! being in tbe Ninth Ward of the City uf New Yoik
be.inn ire at a point on the weaterlysideel Oree-mi.h laa,
?nty iix fe,tlivr inrhi ? northerly from the northerly s de ol
Chriifopbei itrs et, from tbance runnlngakacg ?r-sn?irlilae?
Wiy (eel: itenee sreslerlr oi-i?iy one feet, thence due w,?i
thiny two f?t ..ne inch: thence south ninety one feet tr.
Chri.topher ?tr?et; thence easterly oe Chrlstopber ilreei
tbiity feet, two md "ne ha'f Iiu he. t.i laud ol Catharine Trap
hagen. lliiilf eight f el ten inches, theoeai easterly slonglhi
land of ibe slid Uatbrrino Traphagen,one hundred aad two
feel ?izlnch' l to the place of he ginning.
Ucd Nesj V/ik. No* Ist It II.
WILLIAM W. CAMPBELL,
ol 2awtN23 Master in Chancery.
The ?ale ot the above property I? atljiiirued lo the 7tb diy ol
D> reinber m st. at -be tame b ,ur sud place.
New-York, Nov. 23d, 1851.
W1LUAM W CAMPBELL,
njl Jnvi.17 M liter in Cbsncer?
Tlf ?.le of th, sb-rve ileicrihed pi .p< rly m fai the! adjeurnet
to Ih- 2 ,1 .lay ui D eembel ll ?t., at the lime bout and place.
New Toik.U-, .70s, mi
WILLIA.M W. CAMPBKLL.
.'3Ji.?ii!2i Master i? ? 'u ...,?,?.
'I' I 'i it u n i-r ?s sc X en es .-a a v v
FOR rilE HFDIUM STEAMER.
177" Proposals, sealed, will be received by ibo Navy
Agent, New York, for the f llowii g best quality Whi'.t
Oak Timktr, which shall hjve grown ou laud within the
influence of salt water, vtxs
JJ door titnbrr- 100 first futtocks, 100 third fultocks, to
side 10; inches, anil to mould from 9 to lb niches, and in
?h ipe as p-jr moulds which will be famished. About .TJU-J
1? y> ) cubic foelcf plank stock.
Also, the following best quality long leaf, fine jraia
Southern YrV.jie Ftne.vit :
M Keaius. le to 27 feet long, sided 13 inches, moulded
12 ii-chea, uett size 12 by lu iacbea, to spring i laches il
27 feet.about c fl. HKS
il Beams, 12 to27 feet long, sided 11? inches,
moulded l'J inches, nett uze 10 by s! inches, to spring
as abave. 317
2 Beaiiis, 27 feet Ion/, 18 by lr; icchta, spring as
above. -I do. 23 feet long, l'J by lUinche?, tospnug
12 inches. 4>jo
Timber to maae 2S0Q running feel of ledges ?? by
sJ inches ?ijuare, (ueti aizej. 77(
Timber to make 'Jt>J mnning feet carli^rs, ti by
iucues square, (nett sizi;. }4fl
2 pieces, i-. feet lour. 11. bp 24 inehes, 'straight; '54
Plank stock for plank, water ways, ic. HZ'
c feet, 917(1
ISO White Oak deck Kuees, 125 Hackmetick deck
Proposals for the White Oak to be received until 31?i
December. To b-, delivered ou or before the lit March
ext. For the Yellow Pine and Xaees, until the 15th
January. To be delivered ou or before lae 1st April text
all at the Navy Yard, Brooklyn, N. Y, subject to its in?
spection and measurement; price per cubic foot, deliver?
ed. Auy further luformatioa. from tbe Cuuatrjctor. a:
the Yard. ROBERT C. WtTMORE, Navy Agent.
Navy Agent's OSce. le Water street. I
December Ith, Uli. y
ROLLED afUYD PLATEB.*S> UBASS
A FIRST RATE article ot Relied and Platers B-a<?..ca'
always as found at JAME.^ (j. M'lKPBT. 121 Pris
street, near Wocater.,a: the lowest raaikct prices. I is ?
?is. a -?,> rmswrlneat-tiels nl cnnn? . ftntm i<S
TO THE AFFLICTED?1HOM 19 w'd
A HARPER'S Cough Remedy, tbe b-?t isediri e-x
tant for any duea.e.? of the luna-s. Oi ebo-tle will rivt
proo of relief. Has be.eu in use now t-J years, wh.eh is i
proof of its rood qutfua. Price one eh.lling per bottle
so.d at the oSce, 57j Bowery, and the Aeeatx through
oat fity_n)2 3mc.Hi'
CHBET INDIA B?BBtCH OVERSHOES
?-J fir Ladies and Geatlemca?The best, banrlsomest an:
eanesl kind of Overshoes ever invented. Made etc
_J?l a. CrsVirH k. su.N,
d' lBi 6b Chatham aad 151 Water-eis.
M F. I) I C A L.
/IK.iT DIVIs?lo\ N. V. ?v. a.
ccrsaad members ol diie Division, and particularly
hom: oa Juty Ibe 23ih uli. exposed ;o the storm ?ao ?et
. t. ?Steh islh- beding c-uso of the earr pamful arai
r -jblesomc complaint, Rh'ui-.atism. stiff jot01*. pegs,i|
'ic back, fir !>?. and would Si;d a c< rtsta reesed) >.v cs'|
aa at A b A D.Ssnds, Nu?, t'.'ard lOOPalloa street j^i
toco ?? a bottle at' Burnett's ceiet-rntcd Rheumatic >lix
urn and Syrup. ?.Vcb u warrautrd :?? cure at>y c?vr of
RheBmaiiim .1 from Ol.c to twenty years sianoin.: . n!-.r|
? al ? ?y? riven ? oh ihe first ai pttcatioa Seite to say,
.bat such are ihesoarchnirandciiruiiveproperte. et :stl?
? n i- ra"o!.- for tae cureof Chronic. Arnte. IrtLmaiaiory
.ad Murcaria] Rheumatism, as ti> rxcre the admit
_c! surprise ofcv.ry icdividesl who has fairly tried tbeir
nei ii> For farther satisfaction iae Proprie or would rt
er tee stiiictci t.. iae following nigily respectable gentle
sen who cr.o tt-s'ify to its rarnt.
Mr. J. D C&lia, Treasurer Bo?erv Theatie; Jaka
I.Moore, I6d R-oalway. John Green, US Walker-at.;
\m-:i'Mtbert. HuFuuim sr.; Wm-li Stephens, Sixth
A'ard P .'i e; H. S. Will.a-n?. IJ Ann-strea?: I-, ?**
>aailh. n.... Green* ich si. Ai?o to he h i.l ,.| !>.? io Samii
V Co . No 77 Ras! Broadway, cor. Market at, when as
m?i f?t;i-?ie:al? en he seen Seid also by * B.
-???e. x Cn. 27 Otnvdwav. d? lsa
TT. .a ,.'? i? ,.i i- it :ti.i> ft-. iiw.i>fv.
Dr. A. G. HULL. Noi ?* V.y-surset. Astor Hoasa.
"ew-York.?Persons afflicted w-iii Ruptures may rtay
i, on tho best 'iistruiaentsi aid the woilu ..lo'- on ap.
>lu*ati n at h.s oUVe. 4 V'e?ey street, New York, or to
? Ither ? f h:? etunerous agents in the ca ef towns of the
i'mted Stai- s Patients must be careful to exaaii a lbs
>ack pad of Dr. Hu ,'? Tru?-c?. to tCC lit v . ? e?
orsc.t hy Dr Hullin writing None , thcr a 0 . i ?
>r to b- relied cu ,n> good. Dr Hull guaranti I curra to
dlotherwise health) patienta who cad at hi, . tli. ? fat
reatnseet If, the cure be not radical and petmaoeet. sa
i? to i rcclude the nice soy rf wearii c m.v run .>nai?
ver the money advanced is muraed on the espfratroB
f the term specith d l?t the cure! wh .trv-r pie.re ? the
tcpturemay 1? ?sc made toward eradicaln a.
A ci mpOtent Su.g.ou of !5 year-' experiei ce m the art
: ft isstog Ruptures is iu constant utlcLdaLce ai Dr.
Hub's ? See.
Ch iiireu uu 'er I- years universe I) cured ' Uhoal lur
her eapebse than the coot of the Truss. The rad.eal
ure baa been nno^r the progressive practical iteprove
neul for in >.-c ID an 30 years , i, in Dr Hull'' T.? v Of.
Si e and i? cow b.- ngbt to a stateoi unrivaled irfecti a.
Ulaiiv treacherous agent? h tve dt n ihi n to lei ?'? imv
tatioasof Dr.'Holi'seelebrati : I! u-< ... P ? Trui let
be easy and -afe reteaiiou ofKupiures. !' i:.iia
ious caiient be rcbuu on?ti: ) ete r a e : :. skitfolstuv.
tedna and mechanics, and an no better I iaary
Presses of the market. The genuine have i v ?.
,n._riri?e-. <fl Im \v'i- i?; in LL A DO.
jTrr. im -s. 5 *.ai> ?i 5*k i i ..i
a or Dr. ULI.L'S iuvenil, ii couuuue I
lecidesl preferea.ee. For twenty years past I have en:
loyed Ike Trusses of Dr Bail with success ft Sop,
sorter waa invented in 1631 by the Doctor, with m? ad
rice and approbation,; .and I am happy to say that it it
-*tcnaively a looted in Europe ?? w-n a. in tin- ? ooBtry.
S, fned VALENTINE Ml > I T H. D.
New-York, Julv I -II. da Im
/ ' i N '.> V AVW I> <JOI <? kl DlltU'-i ' '0? now
the cure lor ? oeglis, Ihe Hon bonod Clai lied Cam J
i. prep red t>v V Newbcrt v w rib modiral advice for las
?nr.) of coi'g"-.. i- found to be a tir;l r..le aiticlc lo allay
itriUtioiia ? f the fauc- - a :d 'u gsaii.i i a -p ? dy c..-e
if user; early a. directed. This Candy deserves a trial
Mao the Anderson Coi g\: Drop. an.I Powders ss pn pared
by James Meile? ,V Co. und now by Dr. 1) Melle a *
iircd thoasands; many oi ih?ui were pronouaci ' p
.ire, as is proved by c rttficates around each vr. I f drops,
I'hc ab. vc ?. edieilte's a'e -old whole.-a!e in N. ? \ k B)
Sands a Co. 71 indlOO Fulton s-. by Edearr'aatCa,
i Diuigist Nassau it II. Disbrow,corner of Altea sad
i- .- ? r*n si pod the iwany oii-er i ?urwisis. e* -w*
iMI'M ilt'MllA A..U S."\W IS ?Oll
*s Pl/ASiNT?1 re-lily thai Dr. it. D ALI I Vs
Baltam.of llorehound, Pleurisy Root has restored me ts
health, alter sufleriug >ix yean from Liver C. mpbin i.?
For two seats i-r.:v ousto lakiu* the Balsam a > lungsbsd
l?, la-, J.affei t d ethat degree my ph) iicij h .? i il
me laboriag unCer pultn narycoo umptlon. Ti * ?a
??rill1 ? Ii ct of Dr \ le;-'e Balsam, I nw? m ri COVI rt.
JOHN T RO? KU Kl.I It -: yn.
HORRIBLE?Wl at i- mori dir. ti ess ng *lu:. io e our
ftilnw creatures cat-olT by c nsumptiot ivheu Di APeu's
! la tJUl Is n peitVCt cue tiL: Ir; ibis t?ver falling ts>
h ,!s It ''I ? ir v. ui III?
TICKLING in the kroat and hack in (???!:!> rectrtam
gus of .consumption. D:. Alien's Balaam is tte ou'y
uedici 1 iii -t can cure
BLEEDING fiom til- I.unit ? N? disease iu- i'.ii <er
ua and no remedy ?o en*-c '.-I ..s Dr Allen's Ba.'susn of
lion lioanil I iverwort and I l -tiri v Root.
OPPRESSION AND SORENESS OF THE < HI ST,
Conaamouon*ad LiverComplai t?Dr. B. D Allen's Bal
?um of li rebound, Liverwort and Pleurisy Root has no
? Huil iu Ihe known world for the cure of ike, above du
eases. It*reputation is spreading iar and ?nie, and
ihe demand for it i- beyond precedent Pnysi iani ire
universally prescribiae it to their patienla with the meat
aatoniabiBg heBefit, Be sare to get ihe genuiae. obseiv?
ibe certificate of eopyright on the label um! wr?pi>er>
Seid comer Hosiery and Grand-sL, by E. Nl. til ION
uided Barc'uy st. _ . n83 lm
/ Mlt t^ll, BROM IIITIM A*VH? DVN.
V PEPSIAe?Tbe Recipu for COVERT'S BALM OP
LIFE has been submitted to a large Bomber of ILgular
l'i ysiciane, who have united in pronouncing it a isfe sad
effectual remed) for the cure of Cougba, Hri" cbitls. and
ill affections of the Throat and Lungs lending to Con?
sumption. 'The follow iu* is a specimen. It is fromss
article in the Boelon Medical Journal of SUgu i 3d, \*W,
on Bronchitis, bv Frank H Hamilton, Professor of Ma
t- n i Medics and General Pathology in the Gem va Medi
??Tb? Rev. I. Covert's mixture, al.o, iis.il so extensive?
ly for'his .(Tecroii by clergymen, belongs in ihn .sme
c.a-s of ex p. ClOraBtS, being one of those lucky coiiibiaa
sidos of medical agenti which, while ii promotes expects.
ration does not Impair the tone of the stonj ch. tit th-s
mei'ieine we feel at liberty to speak, tioce its compo-itmii
is not held from tha profession, and we hope the proprie?
tors will roou s- tit lo give it to ih? public. We. iliere
fore, venture to recommend it, having employee it is our
ca.e, aud in the c: -e of iniu.y others. ? i h ?Vi nlrdbenefit-"
To he had at the two principal ofBeCS lor the ssle of
tins medi ine. |3I Nassau al. I'M Fulton. dd Isi
DIL l>. a.. KKKNIIAI'FKKMR GER?
MAN RHEUMATIC EMBROCATION ? I h
nable Embrocation. b% long experience In priva'e prac?
tice, has been found to be the most valuable prepantmu
ollere,! to the public A. Rhen in atom has b .lil--il IBs
-kill of medical science, tbe proprietor is happy be hash
in In? power 10 olfer a remedy which has never been
known in uiiy case to fail of gtv ng immedlste reii. f.
?i? IIa sow y, April 2, i -It.
Affr an im ffectasl tnul of tin- thousand ami one reme?
dies suggested by trends (many i rf which were nauseoas
111 taeir liaiiire.; || all ir.'s me pleasure that 1 am enabled
Oi Ha'e thai Dr. Brchaul'-r's Finlirocatinn has had tits
effect io eradicate all indications of the Rheumatic ahV
tiou with which I have been troubled.
(Sigaed) WM. T JENNINOft
For sale by WM. II. BENNETT, Druggist,
dj) im lets Greeawn h ?ir. st
Till, wonderful cures effected by tin. medicine arotb?
all-engrossing- subjects of the <!?y. Go where >?u
will, you hear of nothing but Mr. Such a I >ne has been
cured by Dr. Peters', Vegetable Pills, or vom know Mim
So and So was at ihe point of death but she has beea
?ur.d Sy !)r. Peters's Pills; or, are you BOt tibd tl al
Mi?a-ha, been resturad to health by Dr. Peters'?
Reall), tut? medieiae mu-t be very graal or it eeald sot
cure so many. It is goo I. For many yea>e it baa passed
on in the " even silent tenor of its sn," curing but dre.ls
of persans wt:o were wjaugling with death Bui now its
onward coarse is iinueluou*.
It h as impoeribteko stay the demand for thii medicine,
as to hush the runhiug wind.
A life medicine thai will procrastinate death Cor tears
? ball it net cut. r ?:v ry house I rtliall it net be used by
every individual' Let no man say I do not want It Ton
know lot waat to-morrow may bring forth. All should
use this remedy, and remember that health is ihe fir:t
blessing of God;
PKTERS'S VEGETABLE PILLS
j Areanti bilious, anti dyspeptic and aii'i no-reijrial and
! may bfl ju-tb, considered a L;niver?al Medicine but 'icy
: ere peculiarly beneficial in the fo lowmg compUiaU
i Te low and Bilious lesers Fever and Ague, Dyspepsia,
] Croun Liver Complaints, Sick Headacb*, Jaundice. Asth?
ma, Drop.y. Knaumaii.m, Enlar;'^m-nt of the Spleen,
i Pilea. Colic lemale UBjetractioas, H':arl Harn Fu-rcd
Toogue Nausea, ?'bteasioa of tho Stomach and B-we!?,
liicipieui Diarrboea, Flatulence, Habitual Cosuveness,
Loss of Appetite, Blotched or Sallow Complexion, and IS
all cases of Torpor of the Bowel?, wher- a Cathartic or
an Aperient is needed. They are. exceedingly mihi in
their operations, producing neither uausca, griping aur
Price 2S and SO cet.u per box.
Dr. Peters's Pn icipal c ifice 1?9 Broadway, corner of
Gra: d, and at .hj North Sixih Street, Pb.ladclphia.
d6 I m
SM1LLIE & SHERMAN,
SITBCIEON A neCUANTICAJL DEN?
TISTS,!.) Chambers s-reet opposi'e tbe Park.de
airc agnia lo express ta-ir grantu''e far ?asl ttcour
sgement, and to assure ?heir friends and the pn Tic tkel
nethi:;g shall he warning on llieir part to insure ibe
'.orfiden. e ar d f,vor ofrho'tj who msy honor them with a
call. Artificial Teeth cf the first quality; from one to aa
eutire set. ic-erted on the ra'.-st improved metb- ds. 1 til?
ing ?<-alii,g and ex'ractin? per'ormed wiih tare and at?
tention, Tud th' tr cliargcs in sll ca-es to suit tbe e-rcata
stancss of iheir patients. _ tSIHm.
>K H. VJI.I.r-. ?tOenta
?rience?1 he original inven or ct the brsi kindi
'if'i ii eut Mni-ral Teeih, iatroduc d to the public
in 1827. D-. H. V. perform, every operation in bis , r>
fession at ?-ne thir. Ic.s than is eharg'd elsewhere ie this
ci'y ; he hopes his long tr.ed rnd well ki own abilities m
every depi.rtme t of an profession will be a saflicient
Siiaran^. Residence removed to .33 Brca way op -?
?ite the Psrk. PopiM tanght Mechanical Dentistry. Fees
three-fourth rflureJ. Term- ca>h.__
ooyd's bleaching POwDBBe
i> D."J caska Royd'e celebrttc! Fieachiog Powder,JBSt
received aud for saie by
jysjy PE?SSE ti RROOKS.dl Liierry-n