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THE NEW-YORK TRIBUN!
I? published evcrv morning, at N?i. 30 An
>rror?, New-York, and delivered to City Sul???-ribers it
ONE CENT fvrcopy. Mail ?ubvcriln-rs. ft4 yrr unrari
in atlvdiice, and the paper in no ?r-ase continued beyon
t?i? i'""' }"i" weich it is unid. Subscripti?ms taken I?
Tcnnsof Adyertiiing_For ea? b Adv?*fti?em?3it ?if
TEN Im*'? or ti**? (ove.-,iv) .'?r?t ?nserdon. ?"" Ont
<io. for?K3 b subsequent his*"rt*orj. 25 '
.In. i.-r SIX in?<-.-tioris, or or.e A't-ek.>l W
?Io. f'.?rT\VENTV?FIVE ?ru.-n.on?. 5 00
Longer A Ivertb-menl? at ?equally fev?xalil?s rat**.
Ma*Tiagei?, Jteligioa?and Funeral Notice?, not ?ateeedini
five lin-vs, 25 cents.
H>" A-.????'. ? ;::?-it? when ordered to be continue?! <?
the ins!.! ? after rbe Grst nwrtion will *.- subject tri ?? .':.
charjjea*ontlieiriirslappeararic**?.paj-able in all? i*i
Tj- Tin? WEEKLY TRIBUNE,a' :>r: largejKiper, fo
tin Country. i= pub?^bwi every Sa turd aj morning, at tbt
tor; price of $2 [>er annum, b: advance.
17" The following ?.;t:,-r, tbotigb written al Albany sever
al days ago, lias only ju?t conic f hand by Mail : and as i
contains some .information nototh?n*w ise given, we have eon
?ludi-'l to insert if:
Albanv, Wednesday Ei-e. Feb. 2.
Mr. Foster i-1 not yet through hi? pcrplexiric.*
ui the Senu.fi'. Backed by n passive maj?ritv, Ik
finds it easy to cul die Gordian knot whose lintvm'
defies hi*1 skill: but lo! as he cuts one another pre
???tits itself, and another, and another, in endlcs
succession. A new day has been wasted in conse
queue?-, of hi? rash attempt to riilccvorthc Govern
or, and still },j, work ?- but begun; This morning,
when the minutes of yrsterday'*? proceeding?! wen
icad over, he moved to strike froifi them the repon
of the late Clerk, stating that In- had carried the
obnoxious second Message to flu? Governor, win
declined i<> receive it. and ioj-ert instead, " a re
[ion v..? received from the late Clerk; inform ins;
tin' Senate thai he liad delir? red tlie'iMussnge ?,t
the Governor, which had i??.*?*:i declined b\ him."
.Mi-??i?. iinnADK-. Knoi, Di< kinsiis :i:i?l FckMan
objected to iliis altcrati??ii as papably :i| variance
with the fin't?. So 1'u' from reporting dun lie hud
delivered the. Message, tin* Clerk ?i.:: I*, stated
why la* did not deliver ?t?towit. thai the Govern?
or \voul(! not receive it. On mot?br?ofMr. Scoi r.
tli.. words " which had Leon declined lis him'
were ?truck out. making the falsification ?till more
glaring, ami thus amended, the proposition wa
rairii'tl bv a jmrtv voll? ! 1 tu 12.
'llii- uns not all: The new Ki'?cifuv Clerk liad
Milken the responsibility1 of entering upon the
journal, notMr. Khhah..?,'? iv. ilutiuii offered yes
leiduy, but the following ?tirions sulistitute:
".Mr. Rhoaoes ti:,.ti offered ?i resolution which
tl received, and the uyes and noes should I?* taken
thereon, would place upon ill.- Journal; thr ?Mes?
sage of ili<- Governor of ili?.' ?ilitli of .liiiiiiatv, 18*12,
which tli? Senate had returned to tin- Governor
and refused to enter on their Journal.'"
Messrs. KmmiKs and Knur earnestly protested
again.?-) this high-handed net of a mere ministerial
ai'eiit ni' tin* Senate, g:irMi:i", the record of it? |iro
iTftlingA and suppressing the resolution of a Sena?
tor to subserve a party purpose ; ami Mr. Kiuupks
moved an amendment to accord with the fact.'.?
Mi. I'iisikk objected to tin-, as out of orle e !
Tim President decided!) in order; Mr. V. :ir.
pealed: the decision of the Chair was reversed :?v
a parly vote, und thus the tlnv was worn out.
In the .\s?i:mi:i.v. tin- Ghittermngo bill (incor
poniting a village) came up. and led to u gotx?deal
ol talk about Democracy in general, general laws,
??.'0. ?te. 111?.' bill confines the power of voting
under ilii' charter to tax-payers; und our Citv
Delegation very correctly resist it on thai ground;
while their Country brethren generally would lii??>
to show by opposing ii that they are noi t'ncu-Fd
f?i? of the. (?rout ami Ming school. Several old
members scout Mr. O-Sullivnn's idea uf ti general
law ol incorporation for villages, as likclv to lead
to needless multiplication of these corporations;
nial to infinite confusion ami mischief. No pro
gres?! was made in th?1 matter.
The ( heniung ('anal bill uexl enme uj'. This
i? a matter that reaches fur ahead of its i inmediato
results. The ease is this: The wooden locks on
ill?* Chcmung Canal un* worn out, and have been
taken down to muke wav for new ones* The work
<?! rebuilding is begun : but $*200,000 is pressingly
needed t?> complete it before the ripening of navi?
gation. A bill is introduced in raise the needful,
bill ii provides that it shall not be done until the
money can lie borrowed at ii per cent. I'm that
cannot be done now ; and there i? great fenr among
those depending ?>n the (..'anal, including the Corn?
ing and Blossburg Railroad and Mining interest,
thai they will have no lucks ami of course no navi?
gation next summer, Mr. IIatha\vav of Chc?
mung to-day moved tu strike mit the restriction to
ti percent, and washackeilbyMpsvrs. Hi mi-hkkv
of Tompkins, and l>i\ of Albanv ; bill .V.es-r?.
(?itoii nsd Loom is opposed, and the mothin w:is
defeated by .'?7 votes tu '?.':i. So tliellffuso has ?U
cided that n?i emergency shtill induce llip paymenl
of mor.- than li per cent, interest; and this, it is
said, is tu preserve and vindicate th?' failli ?>f the
State and bring her Sttu-i?? up to par. We shall
Mr. Smith of Gcnesee ii'ov moveil a few Loc?i
i'o.'o amendments to test the principles ol the
lli?u?i\ ?ill which were of course rejected. One
of tln-iii promis? d that ilii? bill should not go into
effect until it /(</?/ been passed on and approved
by the People at the next General Election, (a?
i? pr.?\iti.-tl generally by Messrs. Hoffman asid
Loomis's ?? L'eople's Resolution.") There was a
burst of laughter when ihi? touch-stone was applied
in the practical absurdity of Loeo-Focoism. Mr.
Smith was simplv overborne in Committee, but
I understand he will call tli?' Veas and Nays on
each proposition as it recurs in the House.
Tiif sot?- on them will haven dro.l look:?Final?
ly the bill vvas got through i? Committee and re?
ported, and pending a motion of Mr. Hcmi*hiie\
to disagree with the Committee the House ad?
CITY INTELLIG E N C E.
???ported for Tlte New-York Trilmne.
BOAllO OF Al-.DF.UMKN.
Monday, Februar)' S.
IvKi'tiuis adopted?In favor of suspending
James Buckridge, Foreman of Engine Company
No. 33, for two years; und Julius Fraier, Robiu-t
S. Summers and Samuel Dunlap, menil?ers, for 18
inoiitlis each, for i?t*iiii> inculpated in cutting iii?
hose of said ComjKmy. In favor of paying .latn.-s
Murphv >-'vU for ringing '?li?- alarm hell on the Cen?
tre Market In favor of transferring butcher's
-tails in Fulton i\.nd Washington Markets to S. L.
Hunt and ?I. F. Ruckle. In favor ofah application
to the Legislature t?. mis?- $1,000.000 by tax for
the current year. In favor of correcting the taxes
of H. B Tappan, William B. t-'tuiu'ss. M. Alii
son, ?* Wheeler, and the Second Associate Re?
formai Church : and adverse to relieving Juin?-*.
Walker and Isaac Spencer from tax. In favor oi
paviug Fifteenth-street, from the Eighth r.> the
Tenth Avenues. Referring the petition of Mi
chaeVWhelan for leave to erect a piazza in front
of his house on West-itreet to the Alderman and
Assistant of the Ward- In favor of flagging the
biilewolki, 4 feel wide, through Washington. Tnw,
Batik and Hammond-stiver-?. In favor of dis?
charging John H. Burleigh from a tine on payment
BY GREELKV ?? McEL?
?l costs : rejected. Of the Special Committee, in
favor of a reorganization of ihr- Almshousp De?
partment, and establishing Workshop** for thecm
plbvment of the paupers : laid on the tai,ir- and
ordered to be printod. In'favorV?f rcpayin? Ber?
nard McSorley a fine of ?10. Adyer.se to the a*?
plication of I'ei.-r Van Iclerstine for injuries to his
horse by falling into it ??--.ver in J?cob-nreet. In
favor of paying Dr. John C- Covel $5 for services
rendered at the Third Di-trict \Vatcli-Hoii.=e: lost,
in favor ot relieving John .M. Battersdn from ;i
?"mi- t'nr violation of the hack laws. In favor re?
lieving Bernard Gils on from ;? fine for violation ??!"
the market law?. In favor of relieving r ranci?
W. Ledley from a fin? ihr violation ot" tin- market
law?. Adverse t" relieving William Church from
a fine for not cleansing his ?ink. In favor of pav?
ing Benjamin**; Whitehoussc %?'> tor compensation
for hnurie-i received while on duty a? a Citv
Watchman Adverse ta roli?v?t?g Loue.- "Vlowrv
from a tin'- lor violation of ordinance relative t?>
wharves; In favor of remitting th? fun- of John
\. Lnforge; Adverse to relieving Charles Cassidv
invitation of R. Peale for the Board to visit the
New-York Museum at ??- cn?"?pening on the ?'it.
ins!. : accepted.
Petition of a Coniniitt.f the Board of Asses?
sor? tor ;m alteration of t}ie assessment laws : re
ferml. Of Jav Jarvis for correction of tax : re?
Communication from the counsel of th.- Corpo?
ration relative to die d?cisions of the.law questions
0:1 assessments, ifcc. : ordered on file.
\ pa j? i* was received from th.- other Board in
: ivoi>.!'ii'iiiiiiihi-riii'.' Attorney-street : concurred in.
Hi ?solutions??f Alderman Leonard in favor
of remitting ihe tine of William Church : referred.
I-or confining th?: work ihr preseiii year on die
Crot?n Acjueduci to the Harlem liiver, ami brins
ing tin- water across <>n a icmimrarv level : re
lor th? counsel of tin- Gorportition to [?repar? ;i
law for adoption hy tit?- Legislature in favor of the
contera plated change in ihr Almsliouse Dcpart
111.m system : lost
For leasing the cellar under Ful tun Market for
livu years t?) Isaac lynowltoti for $2^100 a -.rar.
altered ?o a? to let the cellars at auction : referred.
For applying to ihr Legislature for a law to re?
store the auction duties to this citv : referred.
Before Judges Jvna-s ?uni Oakley.
Monday, Kebruary 3.
Edicard Sanford vs. the Mayor, 'G?rpora-lion',
or1'-of New-York.?This was an action hroughl
by th?* plaintiff to recover the ?mount of his salary
as on.? of ihr Judges of the Court of General Ses?
sions, which was opposed on ihr ground, l?t, thai
tlie law creating thc~.Tudges was um-oiistiuitioiml,
not having been passed hy a two-third vote, anil
2dly, that action could not he brought agains! ihe
CoiMlnOii Council for the amount. Tin- Court
stated that all ihr objections had been passed upon
hy ih<- Supreme Court, and decided in favor of"the
huv, und also the righl to sue the Corporation.?
Judgement for plain tiff.
Matlhcic M. Phuii vs. Lyon Le ri.?This was
un action, tin- Court .?laird, which rested entirely
upon questions of fuer. It was relative to a large
loi of goods pledged lo defendant) and which he
sol?! under circumstances of greai lo?? to -dnintifT.
Verdict was given for latter. Motion for new
Piter J. Stuycesant vs. Catherine Woods and
others.?This was an action on ihr noii-pnvinent
of rent to recover back premises leased to a de?
ceased tenant, hut the defendants claimed tint
they were adinimsti"atorsj and were -entitled to n
vein to settle up ihr estate. Th?* Churl held that
a landlord, in such a case as tin- present, had a
right to possession if tin* lease were hot complied
with, and a verdict was given for plaintiff.?
Edward Dnnscomb and others vs. Georgia
Insurance Company.?This was a demurrer to a
declaration. The plaintiffs insured a vessel for a
war to run b?Mween certnin ports, but she went
beyond, and was lost. Judgement for defendant,
with leave to amend within Id day?, on payment
Disastrous Thkft.?1 in Sunday night, n fe?
in,ik named Mary .Maxwell ?tolo into the hulls?* ?if
David Lee, No. 3J Prince-street; the family in
bed, ?nul ascending to th.* third story, stole two
iron pot?, with which ?he undertook to descend to
the lower floor, in order t.? make her escape- In
her descent; however, ?In' ?lipped and fell, and.
rolling down stair- with the pot?, oar oi which was
broken, she raised such a terrible alarm that the
slumbering inmates were aroused; and, stnrtih?*
up and runniiii* to the arena of the noise, there dis
covered th?- woman lying amind the wr.ick of the
rained pot. with her face badly cm. and, having
handed her ??vor to tl.?- watch, she was ??vlged in
the watcli-hoiise, ami to-dnv seill to prison at the
Upper Police Oilier.
CiiAUGK Of Si i:?.uso Woon.?Two carmen,
heretofore of respectable standing, named John
Smith and Jacob Me Buun. were today arrested
?m a chai:.'?' of hm im: on th?' 2d in.?t.. in the even?
ing, stolen two load? oi' che-tniu wood, worth 1:!
shi.lines, from the wharf between llObinson and
Barclay-streets, property of John I'earsall. which
a colon-?! man named .lohn Vari Aider, depose?! he
saw them take. They were held to hail to unswer
the complaint, which they gave.
Monday, February 8.
'I'h:' Coroner held an inquest to-*lay on th?* body
of John Mill, n colored man. aired 39, u native of
thi? citv. of No- 18 Anthony-street, who had been
seir.id with a violent cludic on Wednesday last,
ami. having had no physician, died on Sunday af?
ternoon. Verdict?Died oi constipation and warn
oi medical attendance.
Also at No. ">l Anthony-street, on tin- body of
William Park, colored man. aged 30years,'ofvery
intemperate habit?, who. after thtve or four day?
of incessant drunkenness, was attacked on Satur?
day uiahi with * the horrots,' ami died on Sunday
; r ; " u : : ? . Verdict?Died of congestion oi the brain.
produced by intemperance,
lie at M FROM a I'vl.l..?The Coroner held an
inquest thi? ufternoon at tin* office of the Patent
Sh'tir Uelin?'iv of Messrs. W ????isey *v* VN'bolscy, in
South-Street, between Clinton and Mon*cgomCi*y
stivets, on th?* h?sl\ of Joba Frederick Fink, a na
live of Germany, ag?*d'_29. The deceased w:u a
watchman in the aforesaid Refinery, and about II
O'clock, when in the eighth story, ran with ??thers
to sec the wreck oi the stt?amboat Citizen, whirl.
had been torn to pieces by an explosion when of!
Pike-street, and had just been towed in near the
Reftnerv, and falling uccidentaJly through th?
hatchway of the eighth story to the first floor, was
so terribly crushed and injured by the fall from n
hight of about 70 feet that he expired soon after.
Verdict?-That he came to hi? death by falling ac?
cidentally thromrh the hatchway of the Sugar He?
nnery oi Woolsey M- Woolsey, in Soiuh-stnvt.
GUT. ! gLU?IrGir?TlTTuitable lor
Caliiiit't-.Mukers, Piano-*>laiiufacturer?. Hatters an?!
W ,?-.li-:,..Maniii'ac:u:vr?i. for sale bv
14 St .lOSUt'A (ULBERT i; SOX, 161 Water ?t
TTNX?RRE?T ?IONEY of^aU kinds
VJ purchasv?! at th?* lowest market ratt-s. at
S. J. SYLVESTER'*?, SS Wall-sT. an?] ISO Broadway
VT ANTED?A place to do Housework
i .:, 3 small um h\ :?-.' ;i .- ri at '-, I'::: --. f?oc i re
XrAXTEl'). rit 50 i:.-i>?-Broa?hvny.?
Fam lies -?:?;?' ? : ???? ,;. ?':.- lu ?? I \ ..? rii ni, r'ng
int Ir:-li <;.r:? with the (??t of references from I
aces, for <'??;?-. Uoa*?ernai?L?. *??-. i'7 ::"
ten.to twelv? ti .--.?? Fl :.*_'??.-?? ton? : one
third d?J?yered immediately, the balance in thr? - month?.
Proposals lefl at this otfice. address???. ? Flagc tig,' or at :iie
Delevan Institute; Bergen Highl?, New J.?.--.??.-. i"7 Hi
T/AXTE?).?Families in or out of the
? .?-.- can procure :-'..>.! servants tor .ir.v capac *y :
gfio.1 city references, by callin;* .it tlie City Office, 75 Cn::.il
aij.l no i barge. : 4 t:
AXT ED?A purchaser fur a respecta?
ble vv?IlestablL*;h?*il i?".?.::???-. --virii some ???menj?nts.
Apply :?? \'A Broadway, ?ri tie- office. T? rms ven rea-ama?
ble to a respectable person ? . i a
~\T A N TE ]7?PI aces fo t* ?rootl S ervants,
,di-n?e apply-at J5G Brosilway. City an<LChniity
| r"oiploy?rs suite?i with cook?, waiter?, nur-e-, housemaiil-,
i kr. ; ?LsOju.-n ?.-:varo*? And i?.y? lor trad.-. t"l Im.
j "\7t/ ANTED.?Employment as a Nurse.
Y T by one who ha? experience in the l.i:?iiie?s. ami
eau i.r::iL.r um-xceptionalile recommen laiion?. lii qnire ni
iNo.;133 Allen street. lalj ::'
??-> .*t,[wT^VA\TK?> ..h H..ml an?]
iVv?'/'''! .Mi)i:'['(?.\i-K.-s.;."-?i ..:i first-rate
' proi.ty :n fee in this ?? tv", for J or 5 ? u>, ?t7p? r ??- it.
: .V: ? ??-- C?.ti '.en ai this t 5 l-n ?
^pAjtl).-T;One or two furnished L'arlurs,
_? alsdone ?r tw dn?/l? ? ?? -. ?? ? . hoard.ran b
(.-lined by application .-it 77 .Mnrmy-t,-. ? ;. Tern? nio?ler.ite.
Rein en ?? - xchairged. ;:; Ci
O?RD?NG.-6eiitlciiic.ii and ?ieir
wives can he accommodated'with furnish? i or untiir
iii-.li*-.j rooms w?th hoard. AL?o*ingle g? ntleinen witii i trge
orsiiinll rn.iiii?. ;u die pleasant situation So. \: Clir?"?treet,
between lieeknian and Fulton-streets I lw
??RD.-?-Genteel Me;.!?*. s-J. Lo.Iir'mg
si ?i,r week. G9 I!, ekman-street. t'T I'm- ~
O A IM) AM) ROOMS maybe ob
tained in ?private family. Apply al 2fi? Hudson *;.
DOAIMll.VC.?7\lr\7mTcn7?nami his u iI'-?.
j .i^? ? >r t v*. single eentleineii, can ke accommoda ted with
L"md boar?I at ?Vii.-t? Kulton"?treet. AI.?o, two or diree per
?iiii? can be accommodated with dinner. n2j tt'
^xcelle.y? hoard and rooms
_J can In* ha?' by Latliesan?! Gentlemen, in a doliehuui
??~r, a ?ton?*'? thrown from Broa Iway. Apply at UDMer
r street, near the ? orr.er of I'riace. nSti tt
AD?ES can purchase the Tricophc
rou?or M*-.::.-.i:*-l Conipound lor the Hair nt Fifty
( eut? per l?o!il.-. at the Hair l):??.?in..- Sal. .7! Broad
way, comer oi l.'liaiiii.i-r--.-:r?-et. <>r at the wholesale Ware?
house, 146 l?roailway cornernfLib?riy-st., up stairs. t";:
100 casks Boyd'scelel?rated IJleaching Powder.jcst
1 received and foi ?ale hv
jy.?.' I'JSUSSE ?ti BRO _f?l I.il.? itv ?t.
BILLS Q.P KXCIlAXi.'!-: on all p;ii'ts
of Kngland, Ireland; and Scotland, in sums oi 51.10,
15, and 201., :.? any ?imouni, lor sale by
S. J. SVLVKSTKI!, 22 Wall-street,
r?.> _ _ nml ISO Broadvvny.
nollKCTlOXSiiii nil p:nts ?,f the
\_y I'liiteil Stale? ?nai!?? on die :ni.?t favorahl? twins,al
.*?'..I. SVIA KS'l'KIt, 22 Wiill-tr?-?:. ami
15 |3(i llroailvvfiy.
? OMPOSITION HOLLERS of the hesi
.j materials and qualitv, and of all mizes; cast at the Of
fice of the New WorKl: t?iquire ol ./. W. UICILVRDS, in
the Pi'?-*?? Koom, (lia?i-uii'iif.) auJ^ ti
?TC i IE ft, REYNOLDS & PLATT,
ATTORNEYS, SOLICITORS and COUNSEL?
LORS.?Office Nos. 81riml K'J MerchaiiLs' Exchange;'Wall
street,'-New-York. SAI.KM DUTCHER,
.1. iV. REYNOLDS,
IJIWGLISIf IM.ATK (:LASS,-?Aiv: na
_J ?nrtmeiit of narrow ?rips of Plate Glass .suitable for
steainboats and sjde-sasln ? varviiii; fi'i-iu Ixtl in Tv?*' in.-lie*.
ironi a celehrnied London manufactory, for sale by
t'5 lui W. CHANCE, SON*?. <<>. Plan ?trnt.
FKKXC?l AXD AMKRH'?X l'?PRK
HANGINGS and Ron!m*s; for sale cheap, at the 1'ni
lei'. Slates I'aper Hanging an?l Band-Box Warehous?-, <>5
Canal street, near Bronuwav/New-YOrk. Rtnonis pajit re?I
in the neatest manner. .lO'SHUA BROWN,?33 Canalst.
G<: R A V K VINJ2: PR.LJ1XING? Grape
I Vines pruii?-.l In the best manner, a: much helow tl?e
usual j>r:i'v. Orders lei. nt the Ganlen, iV?. 30 K-a-t Sev
ent?-eiitli-?tre?-t, immediately ?-a?! of -ith Avenue and Union
Square, or nt the ?tore ni Mr. H. Friser, *159 Broadway, will
lie punctually attended to. J27 lm*
MiF.AT HAIU;.\IX?S?.Mufla:selling off
.. ?per liian ever, to close die stock. AI50, Kur an?.
S.Ik Tntimiin^?. VIOXARQ? K. 224 Bbiverv,
l". Im \?w-\ orlt.
GU 0 (' I-: K S ? lM'CKLIOS! Grocers
Pickles. Superior, qiialilv of Grocer-:' Pickles,'jn'.nnv
quaiidtv, for ?aU by JO?IN Klio.U!, ^1 Fulton st, "
ja!.M Jin ' _
TAS:B. SW?rN,Bookand.loh Printer,
?* No. :.J BARCLAY STREET, Corner oi Greeuwicli.
! Books, Pamphlets Circulars, Cnnls, I! II Heads, LaheJs, \..
I Neatlv and I'.v|??? .litinu-.ly exeeut.?.!. Xylographie Prinl na
I m ail ?Is v:u-;.???:?-._ fl tl
OHiN \\ AI.WH'K. Sweep Smelter and
Refiner ?:i ?/euerai. No. lTJolin stret '. \?-.v-Vorle
Purchaser oi Jewel.-i"> and Silversmith's Polisbings, Pu
macing?, Lenaells Parting B.?r?, Coarse Silver Bar?. Lace,
Gill and Platwl Metals, Rroklrinder*.** Itags.tc. auJ9 ly
INGFS cr.LF.HKATKI) Cl1?IR.f.
. ?_ All hin i? i"??!' ea?e .nid i-..;i:'.' f, ?:i.'h a? Bo? kii.ir. I??'
. ? uinln*nt. Revolving, Le. Th? first premium at the two ?a?t
Kuir? ha? be.-il awar.i.-i! Kui'j'? Cli.iit?. They are uarr.uil
' cd to be far superior 10 ahv in this citv or else*., here.
M. W. KIM'. Patentee,
? ill u" -174 Rroa.lvvav. Iietwe.-ii IJr.nnl and Brnonie *L
II-! ? C 11 ifs ! Leeches ! ! Leeches!!!
Jt 1,000 vrrv tin?-.healihy G.-nnan an.I S\\eilt?h Le??ch
j ???, iusl :????? ?iv.*<: ami loi sale verv rtrasonalile,vvhole?:i!.! and
nuiil.or can-t'iilly :.;.pli.-d. Iiy Vv"ILLlA*B WATSON, Che
j mist anil Pharmaceutist, Apothecaries Mall, SO Cathnrine-st.
! ~\\" N A1? XI lT. ?Jl lliiwery. Xcw-Vork",
JL.? ? Fasliionahk M.n. Cap ami Fur ^ arehou?e, ?sconsta .:?
ly inaiiufacturin", ?ceiitU-inen's '??n; and >ii??:i beaver, nutria,
brush an.l ctissitncrc Hat?. Also, best quality moleskin and
??1!? Hat?: cloth, v.ivct. t'ur. sealette ar.l glazed-Cajis;?
l?r..a.i brim Hats at the lo*vest fa-h price*. i'.? l.n
IVKWroX 1>AHLIX(?^ SCYTHES:
d.^1 The untlersigrieVl?ol?; Ageul*? ?i: th.? City?tor the
sulcofihe above ??jehrate?! Scythes, aru_prepared !'? .'.
ceive orders for the same; at the Manufacturer's lowest
*.ru-*-s. [ ?ala If] \?M. H. WICHT .*. C??. Ki0John>t.
ILKD FOOLSCAP PAPEll.?L?00
Reams AJMES-S Ruled Cap, f??r ?ale by
?7-.?" PERSSE?? BROOKS.??! Liberty ?t.
HI X T "*"S ""GRAXD-STREET ?S?
LOO.V, N... 43i< Grand, corner of Pitt.?This Splen?
did SaJoon i? :iii?-?l up in most convenient style, anil :- . u*t
the tlmur tl.-'t wa? much ns-etl?-.! in that ?-art ??! the city. Hol
Cntie?. Cakes, I':- -. .'*?'?. are served tij ina snperiormanner,
with Confectioherj*, Fruit, iui?J every t!.;i?Lr ctt? ?itit the v:?
ters require. *_'|l! 1"'
ROLLED (.'ITHMAX SILVER.?JA.-.
G. MOFFETT, 121 Prince-Mri?et, near W.-.-.-.
would panicularlv call th? attendra of Hardware Dealers
and Mauufacturers'to his sup^rkir anide of German Silver,
which he oiler*? :or ??aie-whoresale an?! retail;: ?fall thiek
i:es?es. and wamints ?1 equal to any. ?ddi? r Foreisn or D
inestic, for color mi?l ?t?.tut**
TEAS.?Eine Gaupowtler and luiperial
Tea?, in chest? fin?, hah' ch? ?'?. for sde by
,.7 tf l.I.INNKU . mSTHinSk Xlo.r? South??. ^
HE'CAXTOX TEA COMPAXY of?
fer for ?ale, at 12?< Cliatham-st New-York, the ?-h.-n;.
? t and most genuine tea? in tin vti .:,.:..:: any quantity 11? >t
less?iaa'4ounces If ?nvarticle purcbasedat theirestab
li-Huient shoul?! not give'fnll **a?>racdon. it ? :? qnt=*t?^l dial
thev be brought back, when the money will Se returned
3AXKR1TT LAW? l". S. COIT?T.?
Dl "l'i HKi:. i:KYM?Lf)S .v PLATT, IV.,-: t? :,::?!
('?::?:?. l:.T?. :J Mercbant??J Exchange. City oi V-??-\-.:-?.
bavins made arrang?m?ntsrdr thepurpo?e. are prepari :
:!::.:;.: to applirations under tins La*v' m tha,?ity a:w trom
tidier parts of ihe Soufhtirn P'istrici oj N' v*'-\?>rk. 11 3::i
LArKlNC. Hlackitig:?A ip??ndui ar
. ^ tide of Blackinsr. warranted to preserve *-ithoat
growing hard or tnouldy, for sale ::: anrqnant??eshy tin
su!is?-r.?.."?, A lib? ral dedomion madeto ibe n-ade.
N.B. The attention of Souifaernenj is pamirulaily re
qnested to the nbove article.
t"H lm JOSIH'A GILBERT *s SOX, 164>\.-uer-s.
J_^l are.at dds season bribe yeartr?ubled widi-bi^irhing
oil; are informed that tbev ::;ay be sapphed, in qrjannn?*? to
?nit their conveni?ioce, with pure bleachetl Sperm Ou at 9s
pergallon,and anbli**acbedeqnalJ*,-goo?"e*iceptin colorai 2?
?d per trallon, and lH>t:i are warr?iu?-d ik>1 to chill or crust
the wirk in buminir.
AUi, zoo*', five ^allou Oil Can? ai 7? each: odier sizes
equallv low, for sale by
,5 lvv J.\.MES A. SMITH, 30 Water-st.
?IOR.VjTiVG. FEBK?ARY ?>. ?S42.
npiMBER FOR THEU.S. DRY
I -**- DOCK. AT RRnOKLVN.-S^ak.! pro;..--.*.'.- ** '.: I ?
| r? ?-.??-?'..-:?:.. omceofthe Nan- Ar-ni. NVW-Yorki until
I thelstdayof April forfm*idshhar;at die.GsS. Navy Yar.i.
Brooklyn. the follouu?:; Tini'n. r Plank for the foundations
of ti.- Dry Dock? viz:
*>"?'i Spruce Piles,ol lencrdi vary n?* 2;' ? " :'???:.:.. nv
rriL-^ not less than 2'-< feet, an.I to be not !r??? dian 11 and
:?-' av?*rage at least 12 inches in diameter 4 ?>? : from tii?
linn exdasiveof the bark.
13,000 lineal feet '?"'"hit? Pine Timber, I foot square, for door
15,000 lini.;: feet W*hite Pine TimUr, 1 foot by 1 loot 0 inches
?quart-, for iVsir limbers.
-Ml.'?.' feet, l-oard measure;, of 3 inch White Pint* Planli, for
75,900 f....;, hn.?r,| measure, of 5 inch Yellow Pin?* Plank, for
All the above Timber and Plank to be of perfecdy found
m?.i durable quality.
The SwtrcE Pilf.s to b? as <:ra:?ri,t a? ran l.e procured;
an?! in ail rtrspects ;.r,-par.-.i for sharptiuini; an.I drivin?r.
The White Pins Timber to !>- free from shake? an?!
lartre knot?,0 ?"" ?awed ?tral?ht an.I ?quar- ,?.'.;:.?. i t.. t!>
.iiin?-s?:nn? ahoye ?riven; anJ of the follow? ij?- length?,viz?
one-ball*of;each loi :.. !,- ?li.-k? 23. 25,28 and Jl feet Ion?;.
The reniaininsliairqf.ear.li Jotro ?dcks3*,S7,-10,an?' \'> fiel
long, the nrnnber o? l:n-:i, ??.-: m'-a, ?. i.-njrh io l?- nearly
The White Pink Pu.-oitt.to be entirelyfrecfrom targe
knot?.?qr.arc etls-ed, in lehrrdisof-21,2.1,27.30. :*.;.o- ??"; fret,
m rivera i hot less than 27 :'?-:. and in width? from 10 to 15,
:.i averas?? i?..; |? -s iban \2.
Tlio Vii.i.invl'isr 1't.ANK-tpIn straitrhteni??'. an i square
.--L-.-'i. su :.-.!. 1- for driving a? ?!..?-1 piling, inlensrthsof 1" or
_'?? fi et, and in widdi from 10 to lo inclu?s, to'dv-trag** noi less
than 12 ii-.i lies.
Alldieabove Timber andPlanktobe<le?iv?:red on ?ucli
wharf of. wharves within the Navy Yard a.? may l.r d.??:_-.
natttd by the Ehtrincer of the Dry Doek.-subject to the 'ill?
s'' :tipii and approval of such person a.? he may -?elect.
TheTn.Ei.lp be ?leUvered in suc?i quantities and at such
lime? between the L-t day of July and the 15th day of i ?cto
ber a- may I...- require?! l.v Un- Xavy A?jent, he ?jiving not
less than ? ?.-? e< k?' n
The White Pine Timber to l>.-.', ?Iv.-r,-,
day of Septeinher am! J!?i day ..:' ??. lober.
TheAV'iitTEand Yr.i.i.mv Pink Plank
October and 3i>:!i Xdvcmber.
Th.- in--.;..i?al? will -:.i!-' die price i>.-r s-ticJ? fortbeTiles
percnbii fpotfor the While Pn?' Timber, and per foot,
li.iar.l measure, for the '.' am! '> inch Pin? Plank.
The right i? reserved to .???iirn It-.?.? than die whole quanti?
ty of -.-a. h kind of Timber to any uns bidder; and oflurs will
i... rectd'vtd for any |x>rt"oii of either kind
Proposals to he endorsed, " Proposals for Timber, for Dry
Navy Agent's Oliice, Xew-York, Jan. .?.!, I :\2.
: ?tnwAl ItOBJERT C. WETMOUE, XavyAg*/nL
PKO P LE? S LINE FROM NF.W
VOrtK TO EASTOX, Pa?Throutih in 9 hour? Fare
I., ave pier Xo. 1 X. P... Battery Place, at 8J o'clock, A. M.
?laily Sunday? t*xceptt*?l. by sieamboal Cinderilla or Water
Wiieh, m Eliiabethport, then to tak- die caiVof?ie E.
Town.and ?Sbmerville Itailrnad to^ f'oiiierville, learimronly
:? mi!.-? Iiy Coaches, (II miles less than by Xew-Branswick.)
For ?eats apply m A. D. IIojh?, 73 Comilandt street, or on
board. A. I). ITope will accompany ttur- passMigcn* to S.?m
erville, and render -'il assUunicc necr-ssary.
[CT* As the rtailroad?? completed in Somervill?*, this tine
unll leave Bast?n at C, o'clock, A. M., dirpe hours later than
die via X. Brunswick, ami arrive in Xew-York about tlit
-an-- time. jl n'
O I.AWVHRS, KXHCITOR?.
TnrsTKF.s,*..-.?The under-i-med attends m the
arm tremen! ni ACCOI'NTS of ?-very description, ninl will
un'lertake th.- adjustment ofsucli a? have ln-m nefrlecio/l or
loosely kept I-lavins* the advantage of ample experience,
In- resj.null}* ofTers his assistance to Men of Biisiii?-??, either
in the .?cttlement of complicate?! ntTairsof partnerships, Jcc.
or in siurges-tini; the most simple, concise anu approved form?
for the mnnaeemeni of their accounts.
't'lfo.MAS JONES, Accountant, 183 Bread way.
I'.rf.ren?'.?Jna Hatre.-rry .v Son?, 109 Pe?rl-?treeL
A. Binintrer.v i.'r>. ill Broa?lwny. "~
w. ii. Priest, Accouncuu,
With Ansti'ii, Wilmerdln? k Co.
II. Schaper, with Prime. Ward is Kincr.
>. Il ?-'ii-r-nn. uith A. Tappunis l!o.
II. S. \Vhiitemore,
eodlm** With Cutter, Bulkley, Merritt Co
O THE AFFLiriTED.--THOMAS
WM, HARPER'S Coii?h Remedv, in?* best medicine
extant for any disease of die lun-r?. Ont? l-oiilc \*- ill gtyc
sure i?-li?-f. Has been iu use now 12 year?, which is a proof
r,\ :;? _"->o<l quali?cs. Price one shiflin?*; per liot?e. Sohl at
the otlic-, .07* Bowery, ami the agents throughout the city.
't\?'-.'ll '.in.- i-i
?iv? ,?,?? die 1st
XK PR1GE STORE?At84Chatham
str.'.'t, where will be found Clothing at th?.- followiue
low prices: Beaver and pilot clotli Coats from 35 t.. ?15,
. loth and cassimere pants irom *K1 to "si. satinen pant? from
Ssi 50 to S3, double and single-breasted vests from $1 ??) to
$2 50. The West side of Cnadiam-st.?Ko. M.
17 Im IIEXRY COGSWELL.
N E T RIG E STORE,^Gentlemen
wl?hing to purchase [*ood cheap Clodimg,.would do
io call at liwl Chadi?m -t. where ?iey can fiml rar
:i..'iii? at ihe fHlltwihg prices
Cloth Coats, >:i to l-': i ;? th Jackets $4 toi; Satinelt
Pan!- ?1 7"> to : 7' ; Cloth Paul? vl to A .V?.
jaG 3in JACOB COGSWELL.
EW F A 1. LG 0 O D S-ALF11ED
SMITH. Mi n baiit Tpilor Xo. 1^'. Fulton-st,, would
invite his friends ami the pnbl:.- to call and examine his
.. , ..i'h. w Fail (..?!-. ...ii-.-:.;:/ of Cloths', Cassimere?
and \ ? -: i.::?- ?uit?-?l tothefall trad.-. Gentlemen leavine
their.r? ma; relyTupon tbeirbemg f?lt?llc-d in the most
sat -:'.ici i. v mann? r. T> rrus moderate?-Cash on deliver;*.
pAKCAINS in Dry Goods.?Elias F.
I y i 'i-.H-. 21 ; Gn --I1-.V i.'ii ?t. i? ileterniineil to.retlnce hi*?
stock of wiiii. r goods aiitl ?fters a great variety of fancy an.I
staple Dry Go?hisjii ven low prices.
Mcrino?s, Fn nch, German anil Englidi Flannels and
Satinet? oi eviiry* color and quality.
Moasseliii ?le La.i..-.nul Calicoes.
Lar?-?, a complete assortmentorevery description; C-l hlk
Lace for Veils.
Lin. us. Lawns, ice. Purchasers will find it to th.-ir ailvant
iji in.-.U! at Jin ?ir?-niwic h ?U l.i'f.vi'?-ii.*?liirrav and ftohin
?..n ?t?. I" I
Lai ?In? r'- Lectures.
'7* F> have been induced by the repeated
callsfor LARDXER'SLECTURES.?lelivCTetl ??!
Xiblo's, i" reprint th? m in a pamphlet form. They embrace
?il? discussions of ihe San. Comets, Electricity, Light,
Sound, i? '-. -V.'. a ii. I may ii?: had at th?- oili. ?? of the Tribune,
?jn Ann ?t. Prie.- -*> cent-.
MUSIC nt Three Cent? a Page, Retail?
C T. GESLAIN; >Iu-;c Publishecand Dealer.takd
this method of informing hi? friend- and the public Ibatbe
lias remove?! from BroadAvay to Xa 12 Lispenard-street,onl}*
one : lorfrom Broadway;and has rt*?lnc?Al his Music to the
verv Uiv? price ofScentsa ;iai.'--. Ilewould atdie same time
Inform the public that his Music i.? not incorrect, a? has been
reporte?!, bui s'the same and printed from the ?ame plates
as the-music of my ?ton .:i the city; an?l, as a guarantee,
anv Music purchased at hi? store and found to be incorrect;
can be retnnied an?! the money refunde?". TI??* publicare
respectfulh invited to call and examine fbrtbetnselves.
fi?jin ' C. T. UKSL.VIX.72 Li?;.,-r.ar.i-*v._
and :;>r ?de at 183 Broadway. Price $1 5?. In-?tnir:i?m
- ?iven !>??- the autlior a.? hidicrto in Book-keepin*r and all
uther ..?u:.-*? of the .i>--k privately, if desired. Applicnuta
who require It will be <:heer:?i!!y 'referred to former ;?-:; .-.
wi.is are Book-keepers.
jUl h;,- l'n**.*?IAS JUNKS. AccountauL
1>U?LTONSrS ***eries of Graniinars;?
Ji w.;!; ni.-asiir" we hail ti:>- se?*ond ediuon o? this valu?
able work. Such em*iiHlalions i.av?- h<---n mad..' in the ?in?
? h ? dirion, that we have no h?sitation in pronounc?nj? it, in
. iropii ?, ibera???-ompIeteaiid nsetul Gr?wk_GraxrtiTiar
thai - : ? ????? : on : ? die Entrllsh Lairju.??_?'-. [X. V. uij.?._
Fromthe Princeton P.-a;'-?? of Jaau?rv,184L
Tur. Principles op Ksclish ??ra.v.mah.?Th:?i>?>-I? con
taius no :;???? nomenclature, ?io innovation.? in languazt*, no
startlins par?doxe>,no^sbortcuts to literatun*. Thoueb sim?
ple, plain n:i.i short, ?: > such a book as none but * scholar
could prrxlui -. Thi circula?on ??:' a huhdre?! thousand co
? ieswouhi do wonders in coir??ctin<i oura-uiooal ten?lency
;...?-i- Is a corrupt dialeirtand idiom ? a tendency fren whicn
n.. districa ?s free, y- : which many among -- ?eem resolved
to s?renj?ihen r?inerlhan destrov.
Published bv CLK.MKXT k PACKARD,
IS?? I'Varl S?.N. V._
F'-r sale by the principal ii loksellers in the L'. Stat?-?. !"
THF Counting Rooms "of C. C. MARSH,
Ce lar street, continue open from 9 A. M. to 9 P. M.
in order that merchants and oth?-r*tnay avail liieas?-lvasof *
course of instruction that L? truly practical; on?* that em?
braces n complete routine of comtm-r?. ial tjans3?*tions and
mercantile calculat?ons* and one in which the stu?l??ni roa
a!lv keep? a ?<?: ofbtMks ina rountlng-.hoose. Tofin??-3 who
ar-'- nnacquain:--.: --v ith th- adv^ni-t-r*? r-'*.'j:a::i nui,- dr-?ire-?tii
?av. that bis principal work on hook-keeping has passed into
;.-n f*,jjiions ; that i: receives the p**elerenee in the N- w-Vurk
Public Schools, and other !ar*?e ?ns?turions; aH-1 that h*,
.'..::.?*?:?.. i:.i- '.ne honor ofbeim; re-apr*ointed teacher of book
keepim* for ::.-** .M-r, a:;:.i>- Library A.s-?c;ati.-in" of tiii
citv. Pr*a*pectnsesi witb term?, mar i>f- had attb?* counting
Jnoni? xs at>?ve. _jle Irn'
REMITTANCES"to Eugland, Ireland
. and Scotland in ?am.? oi 5.10,15 an<i"?^? to any amount
pavahle ?il ^rht on anv :.- -vn tn th* United Kintrdom, for ?ale
nT" S. J. -?YLVESTER'S 22^,"all fl.
t"5 and 130 B roadway.
ICE NO. 30 AXX-STRF.F.T.
IVO. 26 i.
THE HOWARD INSURANCE COM
pray?Capital Saw,WJ0- Office N*c..54Wall ?f. This
? " ??j il ; .-i :.:::u:. ? to make ?asuranc-again ?t k>?? or dam?
age iiv ::re, ar.d ini.ind n.iv::*?v?:ou.
\ > .??? T.-yi.-r.
Cornelius Sv. Lawrence
J. Phil! :- PiKcna,
John M --. :?.
Joseph B. \ arnnm,
Ca ebO. Halste?!.
Wfll .:::i W, Todd.
B. I_ Wooilev,
Fanning C Tucker,
.M? .:_-* l>- Benjamin.
John Rank in,
John I). Wolfe,
lbInry G. Tboinpsot*.
R. HAVENS. President.
v.tp?. Sr-.*r.-tarv. ?IS
Office of thf. Jrfterson ?nso?unc** ?.:?j. i
New York. Feb. 7. IS42. s
T AX ELECTION for Directors of
_TjL thi** Institution
Il ? . I" >? ... ?in et, thi? ::
? i ????' ? '.-!! 1) rec: irs?
Thomas W. Thorn??.
Ttioma? T. W ?odrnrl
.''. a am ; It. Robson.
John I?. Oavlson.
John It. I.?-..
Francis P. Sage,
.I.iiin ?'. Merritt.
('. C. Tuni
the onsuin?r year, held at the'c
ay, the following person? were
James IL Wb?tine;,
John P. M?3or?%
William R, Thiirn.
James K. Holm.-?.
At asnhseqnent me??thigofthc Board;Tboma<W'.Tboi*ne,
E?o., was unanimously re-elected l*resident of said t'otn
pan*. :',>r ihr ewutng vea:-.
IB ' GEORGE T. IlnrK. Sv.-n-iarv.
ihr.- y of rus Jefferso.*" Insurance Co.)
THE Board of Di rot-tor.?, of thi? Compa?
ny have this ?lay *i> ??!:;?? i a semi-annual Dividend oi
K _..! per .-??:;!.. [lavable t.- t'lic stockliulders or their legal
renresentativ? ? on and alter tlie I -St It inst.
Transfer l?ol-s dosed from P'th to nth ?list., inclusive.
GEO. T. HOPE. S.-t?>.__
N'i. 1 ll.inover-street, New-York. )
v?EXEivAL meetiug of tlie creditors of
the Commercial Bank ofth?; Citv of New-York, will
be held at the oifice?f the Receiver, on Monday, the 1 lili
dayofFebruaryiiistanwat 10 o'clock in the forenoon?at that
lira?: the amount of monies in thchandsof the Receiver will be
.l.'i-lait-ii.and h> Uillli?-?i'.-ei'ai-.-.iunthatday t?> pay Vo nil the
cr? litors of the Bank whose claims-?hall notb&i.fcpnted (ex*
cet>t_?tockholdei*?):a dividend of thirty ?>?-r rent. Persons
holdtngthe l'< ceiver'scertiricates ofbalancesdueoncertified
checksofthe late Cashier, are requested then t.i produce the
?ame. Dnted'Februarv-tth, 1*12.
f5tl' It. M. BLATCHFQRI>. Receiver.
E ( ' IIA X i(: A L j LA M P~V.ireho.ise,
Ni>. .?'!7 Broadway, between Authouv and Leonard
streets:?Fresh Importation of Mechanical Lamps. Tlie
subscriber.respectfully announces that he has josireceived
from Pari? the most complete and splendid assortment 11
diese unrivalled Lniup-j ever imported into this country, em?
bracing th.- latest and must fashionable pattern.? now ni use
in Pans; together widi a beautiful variety of Idas? Globes.
Fancv Porcelain and Paper Shades,.Taper?*, ice .v?:.. all ol
i\ !i i ii may now be examine?! at his ston?, No. ?5o7 Bread? ay.
The superiority tit the Mechanical Lamp, combinim; ele?
gance of appearance, economy in tlie consumption of oil,
with the most brilliant and reculardilfiision ol light, is es?
tablished by general approbation.
The prices nre ??i redo<ed that they do not much exceed
the cost of the common lamp.
Lamps and l.ii?:i'.? Ion ne? I lor Bull? am! Parlies.
E. I>. SAX TON", Successor to A. Diaco.x,
fS lui ".'"T Broadway.
T( ) T11E Tl ? BLIC?LIFE BOAT.?
The undersigned begs leHve respectfully to invite the
attention of sea captain**; merchant?, nn?l all othiws interesteil
m th.- navigation of boats and vei?seL?, to hi.? newly invented
Th'-?e Life B.iat? are made upon an entirely different prin?
ciple from those no\y in use. Tiny nre warrante?! (?? l?
every way adapted to tlie purpose lor which [they are tie
signed, and <*a:'. be fiirnish?il for nearly one half the expen*?
of what i? termed " Francis' Life Boat?."
Tho?v feeling interestwl on this subjwt aro invited to rail
at the e?tabli?liitieiH m the undersignetl, No. 4CC Water si.
and examine tor themselves,
CHARLES L. INOERSOLL.
1_/* There is one now hu Iding, winch the public are in?
vited to examine a? tlie work progressa jlti if
A XFOKir.S News Office, 163 Bowery
XjL V'alentines and Valentine Writers, Books ami Station?
ery, all ?orts of rvewspapet? ami lVrin.lu-.tli?, = nd n ?jroul
quantity of Juvenile Works, Prims, Engravings for Scrap
Bnok?,'Song Books, Oraculums, Fnncy Articl?*s,<kc.,?.c, for
sale at tlie lowest ?'ash nrices, hy
JOHN* AXF'ORD, Periodical Agent,
f5 fit- . Iij?t Bowery.
?i-iLRISTMAS AND NEW-YEAR!S
Kj PRESENTS;-BO?ti?ETS FDR THE LA?
DIES.?Tin-re ?, now n most splendid bloom of Ca
nielli.?- at Nililo's Garden, an?! at Harlem. Bouqu?a made
upi n tlie ino?t ta?tef'ul manner nrnl at mod?rale piii-ev A
supply of fresh Garden Seeds ju?t receiv?! trixii Lomlon.?
Ili.-d?: Bird?' Seeds, cair.-s. Gold-Fish, Plant? and Bull?.
ein-??-? ol new and beautiful pattern!?, Flower-Pot.?? nn?l
Vases, very ornamental, lor windows n:i?l tlower-gahlens,
forming live nnvt beantifnl ?l?*-.ijriis in hydraulics.
On I era thankfuUv receiv?**! ami promptly aueruled to by
the proprietors, N'JitLOic DUN LA P. d-25
fiOR K - "S O L E^W?T?Tl-l-ROOF
\j ANO DRESS ROOTS.?'???-.e sul.scrilier makes to
orrler Boots of the above description, of the finest ?pial
iiv <ii" French calf-skin, and in the late?t style, nnd ?I
very reasonable prictts: Gentlemen who have been in
the habit of paying extravagant prices i?,r interior artu'l?-?
are requeateil.tn criTl and be convinced that his price*? are
from t? :i to twenty per ex. below other jtores in the neighbor*
hood. Uniwiir.'s Veing taken of the leet, ami a pair of last?
kept for.each customer,'there is no difficulty in getting a
handsome vel ?-a?y lit.
Cm stantly on hand a lar^e a**soi*tment of nmily-madf
Bor.t?, latest styles,nt prict?.*faryingfrom TWO tu six Oo|.
lar? per pair Overshoe?, Uah'-Booi?, Dancing-Pumps, Sup?
per?, v>\ tc, at cndally low prii-es.
H ?I IN L. WATK1NS, 111 F..ilton--tr?-et,
?1 ly between Nassau ami Dutch-streets.'
npwo SILVER MEDALS AXD7DI
J_ PLOMAS have been awarded to John landmark, a.?
Chambers-street, for the best Cologne and Perfumery. Foi
9years he ha- l.?-?!i ?iiig-?gi:d in the manufacture of Per
t'ntuery in this citv, find until the present time he basiiot
;..-.-? n!i.d I?mselrliefore the public in tin advertisingcol
L'.itir.? of auy paper, hut now sustain*?! by"the decision of em*
inenl judtres ofPerlinnery? given nt the Fair? held in tins city
and Boston, h>- feels authorised in saying to those who wanl
any article in 1.1- line, that at 83 Chatham-street d-ey^may
rind a ?uperior quality, al moderate prices. Remember the
number :? ?'??. formerly entrance t<? Chatham Chnpel. ?Ill ly
TO PRINTER S?rTh? joll?winj; prices
are charjrwl for Prihrin? Tvpes, ut BRUCE'S NKW
?ORK T\ PE FOUNDRV, No. 13 Chamliers-street.
Pica.per lb. 58 ?-i?.
Small Pica. '?') "
Long Primer. -12 "
Bour/> ni?. |i! ?'
Brevier. 5i "
Minion. r,e, ??
Nonpareil. IM "
Ornamental I.? tier ami oilier type in proportion.
Th**se are: tlie prices on a credit of six month-; hut we
wish at thi? time t?> encourage short credit, or cash pur
chase?, ami w il il.? -re to re make a discount ni rive p?-r cent
lor New-York acceptances,; at ninety day.?, and ten percent.
We have rei ently a>:.l"?l many splendid articles to bar un
r.valle'l ?i.-?oi-T:ii*-iit ol Printing Type?; und we furnUb
everv thine nec?2ssary tur b Printinp OrJi?-?- with the utmosl
prumptitmle. GEO. BRUCE ?CO.
1 T The type on which thi* paper is ??rinte?l ?? from th?
Fouridry ol 'G<jorge Bruce k Co. Ci 2wd3tw
.M. IIA OAR ?? GO;Type& ?Stereo
T T type Four. Iry, 7t Fultor., i.-orm-r of Gol'l-sf. N. Y.
The subscribers take this m'etbod of annoumring to their
friends and the public ?enendly that, having purchased the
?tensive ah i well r.:;..'.?ii Type Foundry' lormerly owned
l.-y .M??r?. (.'?..:?i;er L Codke, diey have renioveil the sain?
to their present central lo?-ation. Having made eitensiv?
r?vlsious, alterations ?tniTaiiditious, they are now prepared
to exircute orders of any:ma?nitude they may l>e t'.ivtirt'?:
vvith, uith proaipiness, an?!ou as tayorbie tenu? a.? at am
Foundry in America. To th^ir ?tyrSpecimen Book, whicl
has !?e.:i recently extensively circula:e?l, tbey would re?
-; ? tfolty refer.
All aniel. ? manntni-vjreil by tiier.i ?hall be .,t a material
equal, if not superior, to any manufacturt-il in this country?
and undergo m tborou-zb ?^tamination as to appearan*ie",
rantring-,dressing,andproperly a.??orting. All articles ex
hibited in the Specimen Hn-ik lonnerly :??uec| by Conner 1
CfMjlve, togetiier w ith Sorts to Fonts ?old by them, cna no?
!>?? fnrnisheil from ibis Foundry without delay, widi many
W?.f. UAi'All L CO. are Agentsforthe;sale oftbeNa?
pier; w'.-i-i: ngton awl Smith Presse?*, which, togt*tber w-'ul.
Chases, Cas??*, C iniposing Stick?, Faruiture, Ink, ami ?sven
a-:.. > -i-iii ?:. the Vrlu'.hej Bcsihtrjs will !,^ kept on hand,
and t'-jm:.?i:?-.l at rnnnufacturers1 jiri?:?-*.
N. B.?So Jlai-hine Cn.?: Type manafactored at this
Foun?lry. je3 u*
Bv S??*-cial Appointm<3iL
OSEPH O?LLOTT. Pen Manufacturer
TO THE Ql'EEN.-CAL'TION.-The birh chame
ter of t!:e?e Peri? has induced ihe attempt, *a ih?/ parto
?vvenl disreputable makers, lopractireairaud not only u?nr
Mr. Gillstt, but rdso upon the public. AnJnlijrior article
ln-ar.nr the mts?pe?id name, thur. GDIotv.bmittin? the lina
t, i? now in the market It can readily bedetecte;! ''.y.''-'
'ju:'.n;i|ieij appearance, and the verv common style in wbicli
it is put up. ' .
Olisi-rvv. the r^nuine Pens nr?* area?l marke?, .n ion
?Joseph G ?lion's Patent,** or "Joseph Gillott.'wa-Tanti-?;
and that ?ach gros '.?-nr^ n tar simile ot'his ???rnati'''';,- _
The alxiv.- may be had, wholesale, of" 1IL.NB\ J fcr?. ? \r
jyl? ly 71 Jnhigtrm. co*-*""r "- CUti
L~X\\ BLANKS io~r Practice in Bank?
rupt.-*.-, Form? oeret??o?^^^m^j^
pomtme?t of Aoorney aad other Blaata ^^cl? u'ulli
IP' ?SwCIiauouer, comer Cedar an? ?a^uWeet,
TO LET?Two fiue Lofts to let cheap
in r-*-""r* \&, Wati-r-st. Ir.ciiiv of the occupant, '?-i ti
"su? i.t,T?A ?**tore, grauite front, on a
JL ?Mr. er near C?y lialL in Now.-irk?a s;ix>-.l grocery
'?*n?i. loqnire.OI IL ."*?!. Crse?-, J? Market-?!.* ft*l* "
O LET?A House, large aud eonven
?**w for a bosni.?---iiou??-. Enquire ni R. M. Crane
?na??? pregustas. ?T Mai : i : -*.i ???.?:. Xewtk, X. J. f i ?5t
TO LETZrri-Soarifiiijr House tu Pearl'
?rr??-i ?r> [<.;_ ?-,s;?..,...;?? over thirtv rooms, a ?lancau?T
room r:iiy fe? t tag r? me firs: floor. For further particu
Ltyeoqu j-eo* ?-*?>> s. s- s. HALSTED, ? l Cedar-si.
IT7*U LET?For one or more vears a four
X story and] l..i?.?m?-i?t brkk wcrk-shop." ?3 bv 50 fee-,,
wdj lighted ail wund. No. )-i C&am*i!*a.-?-jeet near Grind
Apply to G. J. Pnc?, N'?- I? Columbia-?'. 15 1**-? '
To LET OR l.F.ASF.-The'thralto?
Kn.:k **"r.v.?. No. 34 Fulton-street, opposite the Unite":
Slat?-? Hotel, lately ?v?*np*ed a? a Hat St?ni ? a?iv-sirab'e liu
?.:;??? location. Iiuio? ? at Osbo.ru x Littles.SS FVitois-.*t.
110 LET?Par! of a House, pleasantly
. situated on tin East Ruer, v.?th a large bam anil
;il?>u? feur acres of ?and. with fran. ic suitable for a sum?
mer r?-?:ii- ?.<?. nr ibr milkmen. Apply on the premise**? 47:1
?irv-t and I?: Avenu.-, or at the Dear ?nd Dumb institution,
to_fSSw JOHN" f. MILLER
TO LET?Tin1 three story hou.se, No
80, Thin! avenue. The bieeuitrni ;s level with the
?tn-rt : it is replete with t-vei*y convcuirwee: marble mantels
in tl.r two principal ?[.vie?, and the paotries finished with
dn?w-,?rs._?.ie*lv?>-. ".??. To a ?chv? tenant ii wall l>?* let low
ami privilege give i a>r one or more years. P?vs?*ss:on given.
immediately; Applv to
J20 tf J AJ?ES T. M. BLAK ELY. 242 Hudson ?t.
TO LET! at Reduced Rents-Three
St?n?s with Cellars, in W&<d?t^on*4rveL in tin* butld
attiie corner ?if XV-ish?h***ton and l)?-y ?tovt?. know n as the
D.'v ?ir.'.-t Church. The?** stores are well ?ituat???l for th?*
r.:a:i ,-.;: and country trade, am! unsurpassed by any ?ton-?
;n the city for tf?? huuer ami pro*? Mon business.
Also, lie \vliole upper part or clmreh room of the -aune
building-, w.'il lighted and suitable f?*racro?*ketf\*^ore,w*are
house or large i*arpenter*s' or cabinet maker?*? establishment.
Ap.pl>' *'? HIRAM BAUXEY. .'?* John-?..
i ** tf opposite Dmrh-st.
IT'OR SALE?a bargain?a House and
Lot. Xo. ?t'i llouston-vStreet, price $3,0WV Al??x To
?.?i .->r 1.-.-I?.-. t'a,- ???.???mit Ii ?tory modem built liou.??- ?H Or
chard-st. near ("rand. I*V)$sc!??4on immediately if rcquirtnt;
Inquire of .Mr. K.i-.ir. Oratid corner ol Oivlm?l-st I ? lm
i^OR SALE or to rent iu Brooklyu?That
L-sirabie resilience, Xo. 91 Clark >u with stables. Jcc.
will be sol?! on ver; ac?*ommodating tenu?; or rented t"??r ?
termoi ?..-. i-?:.>. i -.?.il tenant, with the furuiture, on tipplica
lion at Uic house, in*at Xo. J Liberty st t?v>i>t
JJOR SALE?Two three-story modern
uilt Brick Houses, in Broomc-street, near Orchard?
linished w ith nun ble mantels, undcr-c? liars, ?vc. Terms ac?
commodating. Particulars at Laud-Otiice of Butler ?fe Ben
sou, N.-?. I Ann-street, i"4 tit*
M ) K SAL Pu the~V il h pT^rOyst?r
Bay, a tine mtxleni built 2 story House?9 tnii>li?-.l
rooms, limit ?n modern style and uew, with l5~acrt??of (**oo?l
Land. ; ntyes of tine l.vu-i. orchard, l??'iiuiu''ul -*nrdenof
tlu-.M-r?, ?hriililn'ty. ?rrape vines, k&kc. gootl wnter, and
very pleasant. 'liUireood. Term*en?\*. ParticuUr-? at the
Land Dili?-?-of BI'TLEKt BENSON". 1 ,Vnn?t. f* lm*
J^OR SALlv-F.ijrht vnluahle" Lots, 25
by l-v-', ?in ?a!?'?i frolitm?* on Cniiton and A on Wa?|,-.
iu**ton Avenues, Brooklvu; section i??, n?'\t bul on?? to the
Be?librd itoad, ctiutinandiiig a perfeoi view of Brooklyn and
this City?one of ih** most desirable buildim* ?jxiis on the
Uland, will be sold aiaucuon l?i Eebruarv,miltrss previously
Mid ai j.rua:,- sale. Address note to " ?*:?"? 1'ark Post Othce."
\?OR SALTT?r"F\eh??-?e?A horizontal
__L hi'.'li-].ic?-ii'.' Eneiue, with *H>ppei sieam ami exhaust
valvi-?at cock end of cylinder. Cyliuder SOinches diameter;
6 feet stroke: horirontal puinpover die cyUjjjler.i wrought
iron connecdnj? n>.I 15 le?;t long; water-wflwl shaft, and
.rank rast in r.:, 11} feet long, three wat? r-whe?l rlancbes, .'
pillow blocks Ibr shad. Ail the part?, except the eccentric,
complete ami ?h-*oo?J onler. The Engine in all ?is runs made
verystroiig, so that verj" liighsteamcan be ns.-dii necessary.
Forfunher particulars'iiiouireof It. M. Stratum, 2'2 Water
?t..or uf Tlii.ma?.I.IUaii.-l,.-.vki lHu.ls.ni ?t. N. V. f? Ijnr
O R S AL F, or LF.ASF, W'^hi?g
ion Hall, Hurl? m? for one ?r more years, that desirable
Hotel, how occupied by Andrew Home, situated oil Third
Avenue. The premises consist of a larc;?* double Hoiise. two
?loiit-s and attic; small house In the rearj Ir?.- House, an?l also
extensive Stulde? nn.l ??beds, containing in nil about eigbl !ou
nl*gmun?ls; well calculated for country und city ?"intom, !)??
Ins on tin- principal Avi-mn-, and about seven miles from tin
City Hall. Apply t<> William V. Brady;51 William-street
^?R S ALK.?Bai-Haitis! Bargains !?
For sale or exchange,'forty tracts ?l' liamlsome Land,
containing \2r> acrvs i-aclt, soil of a superior ?uiality, ?va
tere?! with tin?' ?tn-ams, ,i\u\ coveretl with fine timber, such
a? white oak, hickory, bench, walnut, maple and sycamore.
The ?oil i? adapted to wheat, rye, corn, oats, cotton, tobacco,
?w-*??Lan?l Irish potatoes. The above lauds \\U1 be will ut
re4ui-?-?l prices, ami on tenus to suit, or they will be ex
chan???'?l lor almost any kiml of merclwiKlire. For maps,
diagrams and jiai-ii.-ular-. hnply to
nl tf . SMITH *c WIUTMOKK, 1W Joimst. upsmtrB.
F~0R SALE?A Farm, two and a half
mili'i from Flushiii? villaje, an?! about ibirt??en miles
from th?* city of Xew-Voni. The said Farm contains al-oiii
170 acres of choice Land, 100 of which is meadow and tilla
hle Land, and 'ft acres principally wood-land. Th?-r?' are
three. Ap?le-OrcliardsV conta?n?np>"al?oul RW young tree? of
graftt*?l truil, which annually yield from ten lo twelve hun
iin-d barrels ofahples; ami there i? also a choice assortment
ni small fruit. On the premises diere, i? a spacious Mansion
House, w itIi ornamental grounds, pardeus ami jhruhbery,
iwn barns, carriage-liotise, granary, Ice-liouRe, ?inolie-liou-e,
and all ne.-???ary nppendng?s either for the convenience of
a praclii nl farmer, or for ine residence ol a man of fortune.
Tli?-re an- al?o two Cottages or Fann-Ilouscs, and 15 acres
of gno?l Salt-Mendou*. The situutlon is on rising ftround,
within a quarter ofa mile of the Hay, of which it commands
a delightful prospect, and is altogether one of the most
healthy and desirable locations on the Island. Term? ac
enmmodadng. Inquire ol R. It. Story, 2.r- Fulton-sL, Brook?
lvu, U. M. Hartley, Clinton Hall, New-York, or OlReuben
Munson; on the pfimilses. fl lm*
RUG FIXTURES and Stock for sale.
?A rare chance for lit?se commencing business, con
sisting of ICflfl liottle?, a valual.le a?.-i of drawers,jars, ?cales,
show cases an?l counters; also, a valuable soda water foun?
tain, with every requisite tor carrying on the business. The
nliove will be ?old low for cash, at tue drug ?tore, corner
Cadiarineand Mailison-slreet?. f?* 3t*
T ~~K~.-\ R F (I ? ANC F.?ForTale* a lot
..'"V.OIiGrouml containini! altoul thr?'?- acres in a high state
? i cultivation, situ?t?*?! in th*- pleasant and tlourishingvillage
of N.'A i'.'.mi, L. I.. 'J mile? from the Ferry nl WtUiamsborg.
On the premises are a ilwelling house ami kitchen adjoining.
,\l?<.. a barn ''0>>\ a? excellent well of water, a good garden,
witli a variety of irint irees; currant buslies, grape vine, ??e.
Th.- location is desirable, bi?ii?? in the immediate vicinity ol
??liiin'h?-?', schools, ?lores, i.e. ami ahi.ui |H) v.ir.ls from the
l'?#?t Olli.-.-, where stages pass to and from Ne-sVnrk four
times a ?lay. For further particular?, apply al (?ol Brund
wav, N. V., or of Thomas Lhuh.-, stage hou?e, Newtown.
f : 2w* ___
*() THOSF \\ lio DKHiRF the quiet
nrhl delights of a country lile.?COUNTRY SEAT
"iND FARAL?F?r sale '<>r e'xehange lor improved city
;>r<i]>rrtvi cheap, and on accomnwHindng term?, a beau
iul place ?if about 70 art.-?, at Cltntonville, F.?>ex County, N.
J.?a ?)l.a?aiii. Iiealih; an?l improving section ol country, 4
inil?*s iroiri Newark, same from El?taTietiitown^and N from
New.Yiuk, which maybe r.ache.l in from an hour to an
Imiir and a half. The maa-noii-houtte and kitcb? n .iiljoit.ii?
are of two stbri?*8, cont. ninf; ll rooms, ?mnke-rodm, nil'"?1"
ccUare and garrets, Aie; Flower and kitchui gardcns,-.willi
nrnnmcntal fence.?. Also, barnj ctiw-Iioase, carriage-house,
i.e. all in exr.-llk-nt ?u.ler. A brook, poofl, wells, spnngS, fcc.
?m th?- place, which abo abounds in fruit The sml id <-xc?-l
leni li.r the rafoin?? ofgras?', a- well ?sother.produce.
Church.-? hclxi/l,, post nlfice, (daily mails,) stores, i.e.
*?,'** This place is n<>.:- i.ifere.1 at a price le>s than the cost
of the buildings and improvements, and would be divided t?>
-uit purchaser?. To---vu immediately. If not ?old, will
he 10 let.
I r Also,Torsaleor exchange, a piare of 2.V3 acre?, on
wjiich i? a frame bouse, on the St. Joseph Hiver, near the
village ? f Bristol, Indiana. Ir .mir?-at No. 136 Nassau-street,
opposite Clinton Hall._jliitf
T?ALUABLE WATER POWER AND
T FACTORIES AT PRIVATE SALK.-All the nro|.
??rtv well kn?'wnas ihe "Frankford Bleaching and Cali?-??
Pr?ntiii"- Works,** situated hIkiui four miles from tlu* city of
Philadelphia, on Franklbrtl Creek, partly in the l>orough of
Frankibrd, an?l parti; In the Northern Liherti?-? Townshio,
,.i .. i. i. .. .. .e..:.:,... i:.... . ...:.i. .._!....? 1_~.,_".
-Iliii-.'?. Tin- mai liinery consists of thr*.*?: printing n.a
??i.ne?,'in?- hydraulic and two >cr?-w jin-sses, five lartr?
steam b??lers,*tliree waiter whocis, tul)?, vnt?. and all other
machinery and impltarw-nt? nec?->?ar>' for coixiucting a very
larg-- hi.-aciiiii'/ anil printing busuMrss, and capable ol flu
iabmg at least ?me tli'iu-an.! pirr?-? ot*calicopex day.
The iinproveui.-nt-i in th^ Northern Liberties, are one
large hl??achiog factor; and siii^ein-i linu.?,?, with neet&wy
.?uibnildiii-.'?, and ??::?: sawmill and eight dweilixi*;?. The
machin-rv cim-i.-t- of one hydraulic pr?te, two cah-nder?,
twelve drvirfg cvliuden, one water ? heel, iburda-li wheel.?,
-.wo large'?t. am boilers, wirb tul.-, vat?, ?kJ ahoth?*rimple
roeirti? necessary fijr conducting the Meuckm-r btuimtwio
^i?'Fa.t.ir'- derive their power fnm, the same ?lam.
which ;? -i th.-i..o .Irive a very '*,r'-"; :"?'>?*,'' ofymd?n
??S2 tnrt% an?. AM fee t bead and tall.
Tf. - j i r,,wcr ?n die <-re.-k dho-.?-tide water -
and"wrimate.r.-dU-ir hal-' a inile from navigable ??rater,
i? ,- i ? '-.n.lc.l m ahundance.
rC ; i'? ,'rr'v will be ?old together, If required, or it may
?e-. vie mV?' ti.ree or more part? to advantage.
,1 ?livi.le?! I f nnrcjja.v; are re.|ileS?.-.J to call on
Persons wisiunr M^ ,Eg; STFyF vsov k co
No. ' Church Aliev, or to
f*>lrn sv-.p'KL PlLLLNf", ow tfce "premii??.
T(j PRINTERS.?-1200 lbs. Brevier
Tvpe, -uitahle tor a country paper, for sab1 iu lots to
.ui?"'?iir.;ha-?i-. Price 25cents per !b. c??h- ALso, "fttlln
VonparieL Price 30 cents, cash. Persons remitting uncur
'enl lii'-ili.-V W?I he Charged tile (li-COUIlU
f4 1w ' liKF.KLEY ?t McELRATH SO Ann-?*.
DR. J. G. IIEWETT^ak-28 this method
!.. return thar.k-1* his fnVrnt? an?I the ??uhiic for the
lierai ei.coura-rem?1it he bas r?v?-!v?-d in hk line of practice,
.vhich i< roniu.ru to Sprain.?, Di-locauons, Hip Disease?!,
White Swellings, Curvature?. an?l D?>eas?-d Spines, Rheu
inatlsm. Nervous Adections, Contractioa?, tuvl all Diseas?
? fthe Joint.? and Limlj*?, Sec.
Ri:l?rerK-<?s given on appiicaticn to Dr. H- s?n Broaoway,
etween Bro?jme and Spring su. J?? -J?v*