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,r:?.VOIil?.ii ES!JV? WOBSIAU OCTOBER 13. F?.3?:. ONE GENT THE lVEW-YORK TRIBUNE, Is published erery morninp, ?; Nj. ?i .*?"? ....... New.York, und' d.livere-! V- ' S>i>m-nl'i-is for ONE CENT per copy. V.ail Subscriber? ?I per ? ... a. m advance, an-! the paiserinao cajs-eoisdnued ! .. the time for which it f* paiJ- SaMcnpuoui tiien tor Six Mouths. , ..?.?'. , _*Vr eecA JttherHsement of T- - i ! .v , first/nsertion.. 30 cts. ... ... ni in* rtien.. ??? " ? - v ?: ?????? " ?'* k ? "J *>? i ru'KXI '. r'tVE insertions.... ."? OO Longer Adrertisenmnts at tonally iarortMe rates. '- *? idi . meats when ordered to to be eontinned e- the inside after the lirst insertion will be sut.j.-ct to hr tame barge t> on their first appearance?payable :, -.!! cases in advance. Tl E T R I B1 N E, ji iS|>.\V MORNING, OCTOBER 12, TRIAL OF ALEX McLEOD. [Reported for the Tr.buac.j <;?!: Day-Close <>l tlu> Testimony. Sati anxv.Oct IS M. Plait Smith, (sworn ) Resides in Lockport : i- a: Chippewa at the time of the burning of the Caroline; ft he witness :.. ,.i., called '<? prove Drown testifies correctly- that McLeod was .-,r iJavfss at '.? o'clock oi the night ?>: the burning , the Caroline, so that lie cannot hav been nl ;.!r Morrison's?Mr Spencer objected. The , sec ition have rested their ease and have now Dii righl to give cumulative evidence Respond? ed iit.it the evidence offered is Im! incidentally rumalativ?*, -und mainly intenJ.-d to rebut testi mony fos the Defence impeaching Drown's state riient. Iist", nee, showed authorities sustaining tii???? objection. The Attorney ti. noral respond? ed with great earnestness and force, contending that the <-u.s.-.s cited nr.- not in point, and that the testimony now offered is strictly rebutting, viz . to show that McLeod, being at Chippewa late on the evening the 2 Ith, could not have been Lieut Morrison's, as testified lor the defence. All die evidence hitherto offered to show Mc? Leod in Chippewa that night is strictly rebatting to the allegation that he was elsewhere?to wit tit Morrison's. .Mr. Jenkins followed with clear? ness and efficiency on the same si?!?-. After reading a long note of Justice Cowen on the general subject, a few remark? by Mr. Spencer, Justice Gridley, in a long opinion, ruled out ihc u timony. Messrs! Hall and Jenkins still insi.st ed or. their rinht to examine Mr. Smith to sus. tain the story of Drown. Ruled that the evidence oti'eretl rnui-t refer directly to the credibility of the witness.] Examination resumed. Witness is a brother of die Smith who kept .?smith's Tavern at Chippewa ; irded with him on the nigh I of the 2! Hi ; was called up by him on the night of the 20lh : [Mr. Spencer objected t?> the attempt to show that Drown had told witness substantially the story he In? told Io n- about the burning of the Caro? line and McLeod's agency in it. Mr. Hall re p ied at some length. Justice Gridley staled the i .i/- in difference, and called on Judge Denio for bis opinion upon them. Judge D. decided that evidence <>i the declarations of Drown was inadmissible. The- oiler to show tlut part of Drown's story was trite- by Smith, was overruled by the CourL] Witness saw the boats a- ihey returned irom the burning of the Caroline ; was a! the beacon-lire -. thinks it was between 12 and 1 o'clock ; three boats came up logeiher, pos- ! sibly four: thinks one fell below and came into the mouth of the ''reel, ; persons wer?* continu- ' ally passing and n passing from the village to the lire; some gave the countersign, some did noi ; citizens were not allowed to pass without : had no difficulty or interruption in going to the fire ; i had the countersign, but thinks he had forgotten or did not give it Question by Mr. Hall.?Have you any means of knowing that McLeod was not at Lout. Mor- I rison'2 between 12 and 2 that night ! 11 ibjei led to by Mr. Spencer, as already ruled 0 n Mr Hall insisted with eloquence and power. Justice Gridley ruled that if tin- witness could an- I swer lhal he knew the fact required in any otln r way than by knowing that he was at Chippewa, he iui"h! answer ] The Court here took a recess for one hour 2 o'clock, P. M. ! Examination remaned.?Saw the men disem 1 rli from the boats after the destruction of the I i ?rotine ; they came up to Davis's and stopped j a few minutes before the door ; then went away; [ii..i allowed to speak ol seemc McLeod there. | .Mr Hall nexl attempted t<> show by him that he saw M i.".al at Chippewa at S o'clock the nexi morning, being the tune he is alleged to have I been at Morrison's, objected lo and overruled as before ! Mr. Hall proposed this question, "Do | yon know any place where McLeod was not ai the time in question I " [Objected to and over? ruled before: Exception taken.] Mr Hall.- '"Do you know that McLeod was not at Morrison's in Stamford tit > o'clock in the morning aftei the Cardline was iie.siii.ycd !" [Objected to and ruled out as befor? | Mr. Hall.?" Did you s,-,- M,-|.I in Chippe wn at li> o'clock that morning '" I Mlowcd ] I think 1 did, betwoenilO and 11, going on fool from IliM '? invent north to s rosa the bridge ; *u? him ii,. ii- the nest day also. Ci examined. Lives in Lock port; lived in j 1 j: nda in 1837 : was sued un.i put in jail at Niu ; i confident moi by McLeod; ii might haw bi i ti bis brothel : believes it was the 28th that lie saw McLeod pass the bridge; thinks the Caroline wi - tlestroyed on Friday night, and this wasSat t.i.l.tv ; had heard McLeod was wounded in the at lair, and so looked at liim; is not a member of any seciet societv; has not contributed any thing to j free Canada. ('. Davis, (sworn.) Resides in Chippe? wa-; ke<q?s Davis's tavern; did so in Oct. 1837; knows McLeod; he usually stopped at my.tiHUse. [Mr. Halt; " Did you sce'McLtKKiat sunrise the m i ling after the Caroline was destroyed I" Ruled "at. and exceutien taken.] Retired to bed the prec ling night between 12 nnd '. ; the expedition ? returned about 12, was at the beacon-fire until the boat., came in sight on their n turn, and cornmenc ed hurrahing : went directly home; soon tolled ; I there was quite n noise in the len-roo -i: did not - tu there; t!: i not see dpt. Sears that ni^itt: -aw McLeod; he went to bed at mybuus.tweeii j 2 and :t o'clock 1'. M.. and ?Ol up at oi 9 in the ' evening.; wem orYtoward Niagara. Philo Smith, (.sworn.) Was at Chippewa the , hi hi ni the affair, and untilS the next morning : [t h is to noing on about McLeod.] Knows S mud Drown; never heard his reputation for truth and veracity questioned al! on this trial. Cross-examined by Mr. Spencer. " Did I'rown ran away from Canada \ " \o, sir, not exactly: j he wehl away on account of i hk>i> Or something. To Mr lit:!!?lie was my bar-keeper ; a quar- j re[ are- ? in the bar-room : the soldiers came upon i bitn ; he hal t?i fly for safety. T ? tu IVeaton, (called ) t^bjcciion nnttie to the introduction ol new testimony, as not a ??: allowable. Mr- Hall insisted that in rest- j tag the prosecution he reserved the right to ex- j ?i....- in- witnesses not then in town. Resisted, but the judge finally decided that witnesses should be examined. He was then called, bin j could not be found ] Jama M Dufte, (sworn.) Resides at Niagara EaUs, I i' Knows McLeod : saw him the day after die Patriots left Navy Island, at Stamford, harnessing a horse before a wasion : thinks it was opposite Lieut. Morrison's ; told him the Pat? riots bjtd left the Island. Cr.Examined.?-Went from th* Falls to Ni? agara the morning after tin* Caroline was de ?Moved ; went tk.-re ihr night before ; went thai morning u> Chippewa, then back to the Palls, 'tmJ on i.. Niagara ; did not meet McLeod : h?s frequently stated that he did, but was mistaken ; would have sworn to it, hut had blended the de wruclton ol the Caroline with the evacuation of N ivy Island fifteen days afterward. Timvhy IX'hraton (sworn.) Resides at Caiha riiie. Chemung county; formerly resided in Whitby , ' anada; left in the fall of 18 I": was in Niagara in ??ct. .11 Nov. 1838; saw M'Leod there; i wa? -r?j'dtiiir near the ferry, when M<:Leod came up; 1 yassed the time of day with hint : I said "them poor fellows (sentinels); have a bad time ofit;" I can ; -ay al! that passed : we had some convi r-1 lion about tie* troubles. I a^k.-d hirn how many had ':??.?:! killed from Navy Uland on Canada shore ; li>- said two .t I remember right: and - ime aonver nation u!.out how many was on the I?bind ; don't know thit he said or knew bow many : lie -ui,: they never would have the Caroline to assist them again il they g?t on the Ldand ; he said in helped to destroy her; if I remember right, ho said he w:i< ibe second <>r third man that boaided iier: h. was going to tell me that he eatn.- pretty near be? ing killed or was very badly hurt, when -ome one calle ! hirn and snj j come hero H moment, think M I....I said 'Herring, hold on a moment;' he started ri?ht off. 1 never saw him before, h my know Ictlgo. Cross-examined by Mr. Spencer. Km.it, Mcl.1 by tin- iii.ni'. ttalling him ?i; never saw him again tiii I -aw him hero; was pretty confident it is tin- same man: looks some paler now; [a.ked to point Jiim out. but did not: he was not in C..uit;] came here because he was subpii-nucd; wrote a letter to Wm. I.. Mackenzie or John Montgomery at Rochester stuting what he knew about themalter; Im- seen Mackenzie once or twii o in Toronto and several limes in Roches? ter; '- :i member of a ' Patriot1 lo-li-.-: joined in Canada in the fall of 1838; went to Niagara . mil.-s) by stage and boat when lie saw McLeod ; had no business; there; srarted to <ro t-s Lo.-kport, loir did not go; went bnek to Whitby; staid there three or four weeks and then . ami- itwy, ; fij.i not cross from Niagara to Lockport, as he had no pass, and feared he should be taken ui if r.-> attempted to cross w it bout une. Wm. Deffield, (swnrn.) Resides in Queenston : is acquainted wiili the Morrisons ; has been at their liuu.se not more than three times ; Mor? rison M Lcwiston in Nov. 1840 ; he was a ?i ne - ui McLeod's examination before Squire J5. il in Nov. tttlke.i with him ut his house in Sept. I8.'jy, when Morrison said he wished the Arne rieuns would f-n McLeod and try hi n for his pur ticipaiinn in the burning ?>(' the (. aroline ; lie bad not received news thai McLeod hud seduced u dnughti r of Morri-on's nway from her husband, a Mr. Taylor in Buffalo; this was suid.before, a Mr. Brown, and Mis. .Morrison, witness coming to Lcwiston, und see ng Morrison there, und u-r s'uiiiiitii; that he wns there to prove an alibi fur McLeod, n ke I him what he meant by whul he said at his nun house in 1839; he said that tie formerly thought McJ.cod did stay there, but was inisiiiken; said McLeod was one of Her Majesty's ? subjects, and must /?e protected at any rale. Cross-Eruinination by Mi": Spencer N'.-ver r. fiisej before Squire Hell in tell where Io- liv.-d ; in ui.i;, member of uPatriot lodge ; was on Navy Island eight day.--; was taken a prisoner by Mackenzie when he went there, .mil kepi so until the island was evacuated; there were nu n rank and Hie on parade, beside guards around tin- island; witness is a school-teacher; did not Bel up n school mi Navy l.-l.tnd?they knew more than I did there. |s a native of Canada. John E Fanning (sworn ) (Offered to show ilnit no resistance was made from the Caroline, and no firing, to impeach generally the deposi? tions of the assailants by contradicting them on this point. Mr Spencer argued very powerfully against the propriety oi admitting ii? ? testimony at tin- stage of the ease. Mr. Hall replied with warmth The Judge ruled thai the testimony of? fered was immaterial and inadmissible. The tes? timony of .lohn B- Tcvetl and Christopher II Smith io the same point was likew ise ruled out ] Job? Mac&mbcr anil Daniel Baxter called for the third nine - Nbl present. neph Center ealh d : Not present. litj\ nee resumed Mr Spencer rend the evidence, before Squire Bell, of William Deffield, who then -stated thai he never conversed with Lieut. Morrison on the stib icd of the burning of the steamboat Caroline till the evening previous; Lieut. M. then said that he would not state positi vely that McLeod was at ln house the nigh I the Caroline was burnt, blithe was there frequently; witness declined i- stale where he lived ihe winter the Caroline was burned Dr. Joseph Hamilton railed. Lives in Queens ion ; knows Deffield, and has know n him from ? boy. His reputation for irmh and veracity is bad Knows Lieut. Morrison also; his reputation fui truth is unsullied'. Cross.examined,by Hall Has i.itimacy | with Lieutcnani Morrison ; negotiates his hills drawn for his pay ; lives lour miles from him; nevet heard Iiis rhuructt r for integrity questioned, hut has for sobriety ; lie live.- mi his pay ; is well known 11-iiielvl has resided .it Queenston, ofl'nnd on. from childhood ; knows nothing personally io his discredit; his want of veracity is a matter nf notoriety; when his affidavit at Lewiston ratn um. heard In- character canvassed, and n was declared to be bad. Know s all the neighborhood around Lieui Morrison, and know his reputation to be uniformly stood. Knows Deffield ; was a sergeanl in the militia before he deserted to Xacy Island; know of such desertion by affidavits al.-o ; is a brother of Sher? iff Hamilton, under whom McLeod was deputy : [ Mr. Hall?* Is McLeod a debtor of your brother/' Ubjectcd to, but allowed. .Ans?Xoi directly; there have been defaults in the Sheriff's office ; has heard tln-se are debts due from McLeod : do n't know much about it; [inquiry arrested by ihe Court :] don't know his that brother ever threatened to dismissMcLeod forhia share in the Caroline affair; [stopped again.] fiir.e' Resumed.?Una heard Lieut. Morrison has been a sober man ever since he went to Lew iston in behalf of Mr. McLeod. Mr. Kail?Do you know that Lieut. Morrison in LS37 was in the habit ofTntoxication ! [Ruled out.] John Macombtr, (called lor the prosecution.) Knows Samuel Drown ; his reputation for truth and veracity is unimpeachable : lives five miles from bim. Cross-examined?Ho n't know n;;i.-h about his character : is not very well acquaint d with him. Joseph Center, (called for the prosecution ) attended th? taking 61 tin- Commiseion in Can- ; uada, on; behalf of the People ; w as present on < the examination of Harris ; the Commissioners in one instance refused to take down the answer as the witness :'ave it; witness was asked win: par: he took in the destruction of ihe Caroline I he inswered lhat he was the last person who left her. ignited two carcases when !ir did so, threw one into tite ladies' cabin and the other into the engine-room: the Commissioners did not put down tins answer, but obtained a different one. I which was put down : they refused to note his (witness's) objection; Harris at first declined signing his testimony, saying [inquiry stopped bv the fudge : also, with regard to the separation ot :he Commissioners ami inking testimony sepa- 1 rawly; so that Mr. Center, attending for New : fork, could net attend all the examinations : aiier i good deal of conversation and explanation iciong counsel, the Court ruled out the evidence ts not to be entertained here.] Daniel Barter called. Not here Andrew Robinson, (sworn ) Known WiDiia Deffield a few years; not intimately; knows no? thing ayains: his reputation as a man of veracity. Cross-examined, ? Preferred ike complaint against McI.-oJ : had ;|j!rie!ii suhpu-nard to im ? ' peach Morrison's testimony ; did not set l>;iie!ii to talk w:Ui Morris.?! : .- certain he did not ?et ? any one1*. get M'-rrtson intoxicated. /Janiel JUarlrr and-Chubbuek called. I X?' answer. Jumfs M. Dyke, recalled. Has known I Deiiirid since : never heard his veracity disputed. Cross-examined Is well acqaai ited in Qneens ;' ton, and Niagara, and along the border: has j spent a good deal of time at Qaeenston : we.s a stage agent: lived at Niagara, seven mi!-- from Queenston ; has lived also at Niagara, on !<o:li I sides ol the nver; now lives on this side: was once arrested by McLeod, only once, and let go without bai!: is not unfriendly to McLeod; tocghi for linn when he was arrested Daniel Baxter was again c.iiieii: No answer. Ttir evidence was now declared to he . losed on both sides. John Mot;, ..ye of ;a- .t::rors, whose brother !.r.- .it th? pi.:.i' of death, tyas allowed by con? sent to go In.in- to-morrow attended by a consta? ble. Another applied, but having no such ex i cuse, was not permuted. The .fury were charg | ed not to speak with any one, or to read any papers till ihe re -assembling of-Court. but may ;o ? to church ?o ether, sitting apart from ail othi . and attended by a constable. The Cou'n now (S o'clock,) adjourned toMoti day morning .11 5 o'clock. IFro ii the Lodi Freero*o.] J ' Bvirstol'si MnfMnparilln no* 'lands unrivaled or n-tonishiug c ires. Ctnitc recently several cases of re? markable .-u.-. - bave been effected by the use of this \ slu able niediciue. The individualcuredjby its u-e .-.re not pen ins living it so remote a distance as to render it on possible to ascertain whether such individuals ever existed ..- not, but they nr.-. us ,t were, our neighbors. We have ?sen ; ubliahed in the Buffalo Commercial the certificate ofa lady residing ill Aurora, Erie County, wlu wan -?> much rediu ed by n cancer that Ih.t life wa- despaired of; and an individual now a- nur elbow, who was ker near neighbor, and well acquainted with her .-it the time, rays that for -one; weeks it vv..s not expectej tii.it -he would survive a day ; ami that on ons particular Sabbath raoru ing h. r death <s a- hourly ,c ited. So. there is uo doubt that the case'was a real one. And to ihn astonishment alii surprise of all, this lady h asa been raised, within a few mouths, by the use ol Bristol's Sarsaparille to the blessing of heallh and happiu ?. and is now able to attend to the domestic aitairs of her family. This i- not an isolated case, ? ith r, ? here individuals have been raised, as it were, from Death't door, while sinking under the ravages of li ease; but they are numerous. A in n by the name r?f Fnettu* ('ms-, residing in Darien, Oenesoe County, has j also given hit certilii ate "f Iii.- being e.ire.1 of? cancer by ine use of the Saraaparilla. Also, a man by the name of Mathew Hassel l, who resided in Buffalo. Im- been happily cured of a disease brought on by the iojudieious u-e o mercury, aud subsequent bad treatment. The poor tuf ferer ?> ai sinking rapidly into a premature jtr ire, and the medical faculty had given up his case as hopeless ?reu Mr. Bristol commenced administering bis Sarsaparilla, and, sstoaistaing i- it may appear, he having taken no other medicine since the 1st of June last, has to fir recovered us to be able to resume Ins old business of shoe-makiog again. A few iIh>- since, being it Arcade, in Wyoming Coun? ty, wc were iuformcd thai there was a man by the name of Freuen, residing three miles north of thai village, who led !.o lingering with a cancer on the hp and tongue, ami In- attendant physicians, even the celebrated fir. Cole grove, of Spriiigrille, had considered hi- case a- hopeless . mi l had even sent for his daughter 10 conn- home an I see him die, whan, as ins last hope, he commenced taking Bristol's rsaparilla, and he i- now rapidly recovering. The article is noi written a- ? puff, but for the benevo? lent purpose of informing a suffering community that this I- undoubtedly destined to rival all other medicine- ever brought before ihe public, and to persuade the aiHicted to embraci truth and flee from error. r .i sale at Mil.II M''3 PHARMACY, 1S3 Broadn ly, and by WAI 111 Hi.lit. 50 CortUadl street. Wholesale Agent. .,-..i' pE?CIl ???..;< ?. KU <JOAI? i . > I bers are daily receiving ibeir .upplys of the Imsl Bed \-ti I'. :.. h < ir. har.l C. il. I.rokeii. er/niul not -ire-, wl.i. ti ihey will scll in lots to suit purchasers fioni vessel ?uJ Viird in the luwe-t market prices. Also, Grey Ash and Mvorpool Coal M KU ITT ? BR M'V. -I i Im4 So. ana Mulberry, near Spring-street. 1/?-. V?.!C tM? AC17E cured by I hi nni.- rt I genuiue Rowano's'I'onii Mixture, or Vegetable Fe? brifuge, foi sale by .1 t>. PAY, neral agent, at the drug tiore igt! Bruadway. N. V. lw* pi ll DAIVUV i iili V?s.Vr*. i . re. ' I , amiueiii ed the manufacture of Ibis article, and sfa ill keep a 11octant supplf during the season. -\ : Im* l*. G. HODGK INS W Courtlnad-st. t Elf.?, iliMv APPIsYj?n> by Mr.. SARAH t" a a liAKPl i. N ? 1" Veaey ?t ?ko lias had iiianv veurs ..t pe-,..,,*.i? in llirl.iitins,. IsAI if I s ; u I it its. is BKKSfi Jk CAKE, I Al oTet lludsfin ami tin Walker . Iron, call be bad very superior h me made It read and vorj ijrr-- biases, ilia Cakes ue all made from the beat Dairy Butler the n-nrkci uffards. Also, fancy articles, such as Kisses,. Mackruwla Finger, Rout and Preach Bi? on. At. ac. und? large fl?ui an i Po.1 iiFllie very best quality and orua nieuted in a most elegant -tile. "All at M1LNER.' N. It The sub.i ribur a!-o make, the old st;. le of Bread from Rye aud Wheat Flour, mixed Two itin- * idled til learn ihe baking bus.oC Im* (?tJ'i ! (?> ItKOWR ItKKAO?Tuesuu ?? her would respectfully inform the citizens of New York thai be is prepared to supply (hem with the above article of-a superior quality, which may be obtained hi the follvwi ig places ;?Nos.323 Rle, cker f-'ti Bowery, j:. Caaalssu, 213 Ceuue-st-, ITJ Walker-st, 6S Division St., 365 Pearl sl All orders Uft at either of the above places, ..r at the Bakoiy IS3 Charles -t . will he promptly attended to. [.?> lui'J EDWIN T. 1MMELV \. K ? t Id.-rsi .!i?-,niiit to tho-e ?hosell again. / ' i. i il ?. \ fcATt.NtJ HOC?E, 14? I V street, exteuding to l: Am. street ? Green Turtle Soup cT-r\ d.i.. Me iU, Poultry mid liainc, the best our , iuiirli.-tu.Vor:-. Wines. Ale,dec. A hot lunch served at tn ? Bar every day -t half-past 10- Breakfast, Uuiu,.-r and | Supper at the u.-iia! hour-. Free Coacert-s every a.gai. | slS Ira*_ji__j s xitKSii TEAsi-Balance cirjo of Ship Uueida, j V cousi-tiug of llyson iu . iie.ts and boxes. YOUI g Hj - IU, 10 tuest-, half Cbestt alld boxes. Ilvsou Skin. Gcu >i .;. -. Im ?erial au.i Souchoer. for - .1- by oTtf GRINaVELL MISTCRX A. Co. 7; South st. pTwCK AM> BtniaDIWC STOlYJs'.?Tha ? y Sabscril^i ?-ii! dehvsrou board of vessels, at lb Prison Dock, Dock Stooe for 15 ceul? per Ion. and ajsrt !e Building Stone for a- fid per :o:< < its Prioou, ^louut Pleasant. Juu.- 9, !S4a. .1.1 ,,., Is. I. SKrjtOlTR. AaTsoa. IJsa?STIlB!*' BANK, -- tltara Beak I Note.- to Vaiii..-.. wanted at improved rates by M. -a,; ,," VIVCI S.VV Bt?r?TIIKRS.W Wall.street STXi K OXIDE OF .t|\.><:a.\? -*!'-. Dtons. of superior quality, giound, for ?ale by Pr.lt>-: I. Ik BR?OKS.4I l.iKertv ?tre?L_?"* FKR.-VCil AM> USKKKAS PAFsV.lt HANGINGS and Borders, for -ale cheap, at the I ail a States Paper Hanging; and Band Box Warehouse, 65 Canal-street, near Br-adwsy, New-York. Room., pa? pered in tin- neatest manner, an i JOSHUA BROWN. 65 CoBsd-street nKK^KEDV, uteiy from Troy, N. V.. tsa-s s to - opportunity to i?forni his old customers, friends, and the public generally, that be bxs takeu the OlintOM WairCuitms. i iirliris aad Sf.avius Stalooc. 133 j Clinton.? ?rherof Grand streets. Having aad long expr- ; rieeeeia the business, be i? competent to cut sad curl i Hair in tile most lashiainitile style. Please give a calL | o: Im_ VftJAaaK- i-.iard-nip Quebec i ??? c af25 ^ORTNNEl.I- MTNTTTRN t CO W stnoth-streei^ Si GRINNELL. MLVTL'KN u crv?->e % ( VIN C E NT L ? DILL'S - nr. sc, s, v. FiR>T * T.? * g ? T V !? E F o D > I? K V. I !>o r altnn-rt. (foiirth ltnry'. New-York. jet'J t ??. i>. >\\ A l N. B'?.tK AND JOB PRINTER, je2fl No !<? J-.S.i. st?Third .<?.,.. v. > *-Y?.rk. If / trJEAP < i STOKE. I ^ ber offers far sale new aud splendid assortment i j-pij Brussels.flue *ud lapc-rina lugrain Carpeting,Oil i loth, Kap, Malta, Martina-, *ith ail other articles com , aecle.1 with the bu-icr-ss. chcajvr than can be bought at anv , other -tor.; ia the city. Per?on? from the country or . iri ! warning ?purchaw *.,| Gail it ..,?. h :. thsir advaatage ;"> eall before purchasing elsewhere, at 47 CaaM-strtvit south hie.a?arJW!*>ay. I? sMKI. M_ W i ,\. , - ... iits?t: ri :*.<;.* < HE tl' kik L'a.wJa. I.. a M. S. BROvVN.are now ..ffenej Brussetts 3 ply Ingrain and Russia Carpel*, mi tcriu- which eaaool fail to please the economical. Kurs Door Mats, Stair Carpets and Rods, T ide Covers;Oil Cloths, .v.-.. as e.?..d. Slid cheap, r than si auv similar i.ma 'iu in in.' <-?>'? L. -v M. s BROWN, ?'-- No. 161 Chainam-street. New-York. pAI.L A IVI.VJ'ER ?.<>.?!>??.-II iviL '. I I.I IMS .v CO. would i olitely invite the I.ad n* to . .1 ind examine their I irre and Splendid i?s rt oeni ofj lain j figured, plaid and striped Moose? lisie de Laii.es, at all I prices, ironi ! to 5 shillings p-r j a,-.'. Tmc1i.ui - and S Ik, ..: ill coloi -. together ? nt a full assortment ol Preach and ? English Merinos, FUsnels, Ac?in short, a full a.tmeut lolKr.ll .-id V\ nr. r i:.|. |..r. |].-,n. . t HENRY WILLIAM** CO.,^05 Greenwich-at. N R?French, English acd American Prints, from 5d to j :t-hiliiJC? -IT 1 in ( |WE price ktore-Ge .-? i ! > ' purchas ? good eheap Clothing, would do weil id call at I't U Cbatnam street, where they r*n find gsrun nts ..: the following pric:-: Cloth Coats. $9. to $ 2; Cloth Jackett, $t Sati nett P.int?, i:..."> to *2.;.". Cloth Pauu *:t to >l.."..i. ol 3iu JA'.uB COGSWKLL. <'lir.i;? itti<l tplt-ntlid Full Kibbourn VI J. DRUM MO.N ? 31? Grand, has just received fn i ITA? Auction a most splendid naaortaient ol >i.lt- uid Ribbons, which he can and will sell lower ihau any jobber down town. Those country milliners, who ^o liberally patronised bim la'i year, are requested to call and exam iiv his ,-t ck ? ..- lie will -eh at a small advance auction prices I.sc-v- : n.l Edri'gs, retailed lower th in any other establishment. Jaconet Swiss and t5..ok Muslins?with a geacrul i?irlment of Faucy Goods. X. B. i:..:?rod Silk Velvets ?I per yd*. at:309 Grand street. -it: ;.? \ I: S'.ll.l. UOO JJS.?ALFRED >?.ll t.\ i v Merchant Tailor, No. 13(1 Fullon-sL would invite-bis ! friend, and tse public to call sad examine his stwlt ol iten Fell Goods, consisting of Clot h-, Ca simeres and V'es - ings suited to the fall trade. Guntlemen lesviug their or? ders lu.iy r.-iy upon their being fulfilled in the.t wtw factory manner. Terms moderate?Cash on delivery, fi :i Hat si roRii v*nt maiTe- I retail husiueas, situated in the central part of the city, with a good run of patronage Term- c??h. This i- :i good opp istunity lor s small capi.alist. K.ir farther iiifnrnistion inquire nt -Ji.s Spring -t . - r.f GREAT' BARGAINS JN CARPETSl\ - - j til i l'AKD?l caki>?TIIVt; froni i 0%\J\J\J A... hon mi the M^uutactorioii, among which ir.me entirely n-w patterns, of richly shaded tu ? ?? ply, 11 prices from 10s to Us |ier yard. S ip r nu I i'tlrj super Kulli-h iiiL'rjiM Carpets, I. ? patterns, from 7? <> 9-, Super an i , tira super American Ingrain Carpets, new pa terns, from 6s to 7-. Kvtr.i fine aud fine American mi l Scotch Ingrain Car? pet, 4< 6d to tt-. Common Ingrain and Russia Carpeting; rieh eolors, Is 6J to Is. Also several seta of English and Amcricsn rid Clmli,-. of iloubU ? i.ite ground nmi uew patiarns, at prices from Is in 13- per j ard. Al-o. Druggets, Tufted snd Br?ssel Ii K,:"s. from ?2 to $12'i Mats, Stair Carpets and Rods; Table und Piano Covert, etc, nil of wusch wi I be -uM elie?i> at I iM:s St MARCV'3 New ami Cheap Ta?:i Store, im Bowery, Middle Carpet S ore b< tween iiest,.r ami Grand-stt \. It.?Window ,-'ii .d"? from tl to 12 feet in length, with fixtures, at prices from $3 to $21. Alto, .shade- painted to Hide-, of arit size or pattern. o7 lw* iiOMHIV ?ND FASliio.'v. j. \\ . KECsCOCSG i-.v ? ids n offer to the publi the much admired METROPOLITAN ' HAT. which, with others of different ond of them .t approved ityles, he is now getting up of the heal materials and at the lowest city cash prices. Al-n, Can*, Srscki Besoms, Collars, und Umbrellas. Country de.-iier? will foul it to iheir advantage to call mat examine J VV. K.'s Hats before purchasing elsewhere, as be >? .'I supply iheai with .-. tir-t rata artii le ?i the lowest manulacturing prices. tldJm" J. W. KELLOGG. No 133 Caa .1 -t. ei vi *' s: i f t : i .u's' i u rTl ii US LARS ACSD Kis l 'i CENTS \ handsome aud *-^-<?iiiir.il.le article, axeelli J by none ever offered ai t. price Try tnem and judge for yourself Men's, hf.v - iiinl ehililrrn'. 1'apj. of f... h. Ve|-.rt. if. St.: s!3 lm' i; EO. W. M VER, T J) Bowery. FIRST PREM1?31 E31PORI03I OF UMM N... i \: nil-siireet. JLS j FI.K'I ? iIEK -v Ml I LAVS ti; 3 Fall Fa-stiiou for Cintlemen's tejV^a - v II .!? - t ? ? vie i- i.ri-niiil Sf.-ja g$&BPSKk vil m t? ,Uj cdmiredbygen-aS^LSa tlemen of raste anu fashioa, and feeling coafiden .will be but I.Imire. Also, U. 9. Army and Navy Chapeaux, which ba%-e met the spprohatt?a of the War Denarluient in i v City ?:t' Washington, fand ofiii r throughout lite l nitc I Slat -. and hute bees awarded the first premium at the laat eight Fairs sif tue American Ms chanies' Inslitute, ia.the city of New .York, fur the best Navy and Arm) i hapeuux and Dearer ISata offered. Wboleealo order- premi.tlv attended to. -1- Im just recVetved AT MAKiTIIALL'S T!:i?\ SHIRT DEPOT. So. 90 A Chathata-slreet, Neu York, a fe? cases of Winter I nder Shirt* and Drawers, tosether with a large.I menl of Linan Bosom >iurt-. Collars, B.nur, *c . whuth ?dl he sold i.i the following prices, via: Under Shirts and Drawers at |L$4 3f>, $1 Ml SO a?.*?. 3?. ilO: sjt2, 813 and upward' per doaent Linen Bosom Snir'- al *7, 89, $1?, (1I, $13 50. $I.V$I?, $1;*, j ." ind upwards per .dozen; Linen Collars .u 58 cent's 62cents,75cents, $1, it! 25, >l 50. jl 75. >J 42 2.*.. >2 50 and ipwards pi r J../ en; Plain Shirts at $3 50; Colored Sain, at $5, $6, $7, v .....i 89 pi r do? VI notice. y\ Dealers from all parts of the countey can depend upon i emc supplied with goods agreeing with our catalogue. MARSHALL S Troy Slrrt Depot; No, BO ? halb-.m-itreet, New- York. N. B ?No petrosag ? asked of tiio~- who heat down. -22 Im :to. lit BOWERY it des .n . Bttablishmcni in New-York to getbargaint tithe 1 Boot and Shoe line; you bave only to call to be convinced. Ladies', Cent:, men's. Misses, Boj ?' and Childreas' Itiwt... Shsi:. and te.iier*. m all their variety of Diyowa nuuufactur? and w?rrn^te.l f.r-t rate, at psices to suit the limes- Likewise . large assortment of ^oc-j .?on: trv ??rk. w'ttch wifl <?? said very cheep. ,v2ttm WILLIAM A-ttTK. Ii' ?????. --?'. \rOTl?JE?The uudemi.:<?-! having rteamed his . 1 f rim r pr. iV no a ..s A: rhiti et and soperintead ini ol th- , rectum ofhuildiugr, both puMieand private resjsect. fully iniorms :.i- Wen ., and b? public, that ? * has opi ? - eslan tr ie< lur.', .!': ? No S3 sec rd - ? r'j ofthe *? r rh^.it.-' EStchanee, where all . rders will be thankful!) received ?nd p Ectuailv attended tu. SETH GEER. Sew-Y .rk. October 5. Irl'. ?*> ilTAHOGAM ! l.M:iis. nude a-d w.rrauted. Fur sale very low at fc<8 Wasiiineton-sireet. u6 !w" < it A K 5. E > I i i > 1 ? IsCCCEs-i'R Ti USJ. eSU*-:HS:*.i \f ANITFACTI RER Ot PAPER BOXES lit William ; .*l street,ofeverj possible shapis.style,and variery,for the use ofaay line, if busin. - . constantlyou hand air. arsorwiestof SqcareBoxes,plain at-d faasyvaiiuj .and in set--; aUo BANDBOXES, br the We or nest. , Genuine German Cologne Water imortr i, and .ur sale ..I lm ?ry 1-w prr' ,Tk??4 kkkv a>0 til. *? -?!???? BOW. \ |.:k?'. ?MERK1TT3A PAGE are openiar at their KiO Bowery and 05 Grana-street, a large.number I oraewpaturnsofDiaaarand iea Ware, which, with their torue-r extensive assortment of China, plain audeut C-!a?*. > I amiis. 'Itrai.doles. ir. ir. re-iders their ?t.stk a-com- j tdeie in variety as cm be found i- the city. Hon* kei ?? It- ani! others -ho wi-ii to lay on- ta-ir money to tr.e be-t ] i iv ml II ??? will find It ?uoh,.-ct to 51s- them ir:!l -IT 'in'_I TO KH.MKY vi E KCH a NTs*. /^Uttstr?, Centlemea's ;'.cli- ana Braces, at wholesale, V cheap for -oh. t.- T. LOVE, 151 We-t Broadwaj earner nf Be?rh-sL_?17 lm" , i -HE \V < HEAP : CHEAP! JAM V Si JERVIS'S Cheap Engraving ana Printing Otfice. A Visiting Cartt Plate rajrive.'. and fifty Cards for only ?1 50. All orher F.arr?vir.g one b?li" the u-uai price Pics.se cull and examine spvcisietis. No. ?40i Couriiar i it. corner Grccawien. t>2 3m SCHOOLS. pVEZVI.M; M'UOOt. st -.he wh>trw, " 116 l''?nwich itreet, w.U 0p?n tili. av?. "? " 1 A vci.1 [? Yo??? Udie* will be opea ..T" in ihr F.'.na c Departm.- .it. .-nder the : *'"??'??:?? . ??>??? Miss Prate. Terra? mole rate. A ? ? -- : 'i. unc I.? >;.'- ? '.n reci iva instruction .'.-.ju, :t to S ; o'cloi k. !' M N B.?A few more pnpil? can be received ia the Day SccooL_?>-t la'_V CAMP. Principal. I^VfirVSXIS iND i>lY MU(K)l->: ,: ia Classical ..:: I Commercial lu-liiuie, 554 firoadwoy, ? A. NEWMAN PrincipaL Term- from $3 u $ri in the i evening, ami front to $iu in the day -chool for the Kdc ? ? ? i... and fr ... >.! :?? >'? e\tr? fur the Language*, '? French ind Spanish taught by Professor BASSET. Pu .? ? ulmiited at any time. Unquestionable references ; riven. _ eaj iM* pVE\I.V?, 4M? !>\V HvnooL, ! la M. ii. t lurch, Seventh street, a few doors east of Third Avenue?A. NEWMAN .ml D. BLACKMAN Principals. Term*, from$3 to$6 per quarter in the eve ?tiisr. and fr an >? w $3 in the day School for the English bram .-?. ?? I from $2 to$3 extra for the Languages.? Fr nch . I Spanish taught by Professor Basset. Puju!.. admitted at any time- _a?Slm? J.Vt ?i ? 1. S KO tBDIMi.NI hooi. VOZi I BOYS?WILTON, "-airfield Coiimy. Conn?The number of pupils is limited, to twenty. The next term wiii comuteni ?? NoV< uih.ir 1st. JAMES BETTS, PrincipaL N. I! ?An intervii r? can be had ?irn the Priucipal dnr n; the li -? ;... and I ?t neck. ,,f October by calling on the Rev. Samuel Whittl.y. Brick Church Chapel,at the Iii f.heM.'s Magazine, >ew-York, at which , ici and at 10.1 Pineapple-street, Brooklyn, circulars cut lining partii ulars maj at any time b.- obtained. oS Iw" T<? 1'Si ? ? :.. in?* OF TIIK nil oi ? NEW YORK -Professor BASSET will organize his Evi aing Cla.for iustruction ia the France language on the 30th September instant; also on the f.th and ?'th of October next A Clar is already formed tor those who, having acquit considerable knowledge, wish to perfect themselves by ouversation A Class of Young I.a.lies w;i, . also be attendi Let 5 P. M. A. ih....- w ho join the different Cla.sl I ?? mi ntioned dates will eujay many ad vantages, he requests early application. Prof. H.can be ? ??:. either b- fore 9 A. M. or after - P. M. at ins residence, l?>; Broadway, second door ?Vom the corner of Ki indway 1 and Grand-street. sl J lm* ni-'iire. tu:- evening. Is., the system s!ie pursues the learner may acquire n lair knowledge of French by only a lew lessons i wook. of an hour each, during the winter. tv. iNi. ,v r.?.;> i'i.m;._k. GRAIN'S s ." SCHOOL, No. 39 Lispeusrd -t. is now open for th< eception of pupi's. Schools .ml Classes at private resi? dences attended is usual. -I" lin* ^jCsi-,-'! i MIS;.?The subscriber, a native I xe^CJ Kur , ?? aid educated to toe profession * f f I !? of Music from his childhood, respectfully ort'e-s his service to the inhabitants of New York, as teacher of the Piano-forte aud Singing! He has bad ovei twclveyt in experience in leaching ; more than half of thai period in ti.is coon ry. I'-.r fiirth-'r informs ion a-to hi, qualifications and ., act' r. ho hoa the ,.lea?ure of referring, among others, to ? iug well kaowu gen leinen, in whose families lie i- uo ? and has been for some time teaching. Ilr Pat ton I fhomas Hastings, Esq. She) dor 1 Knau;'. Esq i C-art-- M Saxtoii. Orders left at the book store of Day ton ft Saxton corner of Pulton and Nassau street", or nt 40 Burton ?t will he , punctiir.Hi land d to. PEDRO A. ANDREU. -Jl Inll-V W-* "??-? rotJA t? ATE k, f ?iii iii? ii diaeSpnus i- Tii.: indni. -iirios coiitiun- much more bxlnie and . Carbonate of Magnesia than any other lounlain, mid con? sequent! is the moat powerful alterative and aperient. Ii is highly charged with Carbonic Gas, which renders it .. puugent uii.I delightful drink. t A. K ELLOGG, Owner, Saratoga Spa. Sold nt wholesale and re ad in New.York l.y A. It.-v I) Sands, Druggist an.I Iihi Pulton-street; at retail by David Sands .v c. " East Broadway; J It Chilton, S63 Broadway; Milhau, l"vi Broadway; Sloeam, corner of Hroadway and Chambers-street; Souillard tt D.-llue, .'i-l ltr>.d.viv .u.d 3 Park Row. Itu-h'ou A Aspiuwall 86 Wil liam-straet; Dr. .Mil, nr. 193 Broadway; Hart.378 Broad? way ; Ring, 641 Broadway i Dodd, M9 Broadwav ; Cofges hall, 431 Pearl-streei ; l.cwi- A. Ho.mimdler. 311 Blee, k er?ir.-. i ; Hill,SOS Greenwich-street; Jen-nuts A Bonnet, 166Greet vieb-street; Burger, 5o Cortlandt-street; It.it ton. V" E ml Urn d s n. sit Im IV ?. 9S ? ? :i A i it. TYPE AND STEREOTYPE FOSNDRY, i I Falton, corner of Gold-etrcet, HEW-VORK. rfllir -y.'.y cnb.-r? t ik- thi- method of minotmrinir to I iii-oc friends tnd the pnblie generally tout, having purchased the extensive and well known Type Foundry formerly owed I > Messrs. Conner & Cooke, th.-y have re moved the -a e.- to their present central location. Having mode ex ten ive revisions, alterations and additions, they n. s [ ri o ,r, ,i o, c t 'i utc orders of any magnitude they b< favored vith, with promptness, and on as Atvorable terms is al my Foundry ia America. To their new Speci m-n-!!o,.k, aim ii ha- been reo.-ntly e\ten?ivcly circulated, they would retpie tiy refer. All articles manufactured by them -hall he of a mr.t.-ri.il . [a e ii woi - ipi rior, to say manufai iure.i m this country ?ami undergo s thorough exomisiatian as toappeoronce, rangiag, di ? iagj, tod properly assorting. AU articles ex? hibited in the >-"p. .men It .ok formerly i--ued by Conaer A Co. i.e. tili r ill Si .i- to Fonts -old by them, can now la fumi lied i.this Foundry without delay, with, mau? since a,!,!,'I. WAL H f. tit 1 CO are Agents (or the -all of the Ifa ; ier, IVashiii.'t.-i. ni-i Sti, 'Ii Pr.-s...--. which, together with i'lia-ts. Ca ?-. Composing Stick-. Furniture, Ink, and every article .-.J iu the Print.ng Busiaeas will be kepi tin - md, and furnished >: manufacturers' prices, .V B. No Macbiue Cast Type wanuftuitured at tin Foundry. _je3-tf ' i llAIM It II \.?S ?!?>> li. No li: Fulton \ 1 ? street, would respectfully infirm the writing public. ., ? illy, tii.. ?,. ? ontinues to manufacture his." Impe risbablc Black RECORD INK." which, there no longer remaiu- u doubt, i- superior to any in use, U?l ???? ly for it.- possessing every quality which ren? der- it safe fur public docHinenu and pennam nt records, h it i -r tue pleasure onorded in usmg ii, as u tlows freely from quill or rhetalie i>-;i-, and does not corrode them. All deufera, whether iu city or country, are invited to r ail, be? fore they replenish, aud examine .Mr. Hammond's reeom ,n dati iu from some of the besi judges in tin. ?-st> ; also from i.ute officers ol Vermont, uuj from V?lu College, Dartmouth > <.:i. ?e. .v.-. A .-. ?15 Iw j li.lH T ? t? K 3> ? tit!: OslKAM li a 1 COMPAN1 ?Incorporated 1810? Charter perpetual This long ?? bbtL-hed and well-known iastitulion contin mi ? i ? Iiouses furaiture, -t..re,. merchandise and u;hi r property, ag dost loss mil damage by lire. Its rate a:, ? Ion . ad :;- terms as liberal as those of Othi r good Coi . DIRECTORS. Elipbalel Tcry, Ezra \\ lute. jr. S, |f, H? i ting ton, James Goodwill, jr. H. Huntington, jr. John P. B'aee, i!v ri Day, Charles Boewell, Jo. i rn! ELIPIfALET TERRY.Prea't James g. BoLt.es, Sec'y, Appli atioi for-insuranceorth'erenewal of policlesmay be made tn the subscriber, who ha< b-?n duly appotnte . gem for the citv of New-York tin its vicinity, and who ? will receive nror?sTsals and issue ooltetrs on the most fa vorabli mi JOHN NEILSON, Jr. Agent, ? . ? Office .'.I W all->L rn . v m i vii .vs? BEP?8ITOBV, :? - Pearlstreet, cpposiie Cedar--r. The proprietor of this ejtabliehra-at baa the pleasure of offering to d-?i .... publicgenerally, the largest and most-varies, ttoek of Traveling and Packing Trunks, Carpet Huts. V'nitscsy itc. Air that can be fouud in this city. Deslers i ? do well tn ?i aid ixamine. a? the assort ? meat is full ?uu prices io>. _s*7 lm pYcSaLEH! PICKJaE? ! I?Orders received I. rorOsboro's Assorted i'icitls- in Gallons, Halves and ? tsa.-t- ia the i?ual packages, Caccupa, Soocea. &?. at JOHN BROACH*8, v,,..1! ?0 Puitnn.st near Prni.t, an:.: ; ; .vnnVi-ii *>?!???? itka??. a t IK: T L.'. J E aru. le of K sued and Platers Bra>?. eae .' i el. ,, i ... f is: a- JAMES G. MOFJ'BT, 121 Priese -:r t, ce?rWoostar, attheilowesi ntarket prices. Like ^ ... .v.,i-j.?-,-seilet- o/ r*..f,;ie-'a rtra-a. ?03 n' j PA.YTL.tQX POC N TAIN, sarstosa ap.rie-, This rated mineral Wa er constsntiy ???? baud, j fres'e from the SpriaCS, fir 'r.lc. wholesatle ami reraii by . . GASSNER tt YOUNG, 132 Cha'bam-si "N R. S my pari f the city free of expense, sis lm MR.1, PJEBBV, MILLINER AND DRESS MA _ KEK.33> Grand strset respestfaUy iuforaastbela dies of N ??- York,and vicinity, thus she iatewis opening bes Si;.-- hUromi on Thursdav, \4-Jt ia-t. wito aa as artment, f Pin and Winter Paeis.sn NiniaerT. ?or eh Rinee, correctness of style and .u,aerior ?o.--m sc .. i.aison in -hi* c".v ship she pi dees lersell ire i ?? -urpa.?.. Fi im s rr lo i exo rience and sutj-noe eau. e.i . .-r.- II ,- ?= '-;-.;.^H^ioes p^. Porucular ,.a. s taken ? UJ'"' ""n a*,e ^ oUir? "J mti'3MRi. PERRY- ?5 Grand st w VV A N T S. axti-. u ? < .. pusiue?., to go lu Nfwark N. J. KeeutreofJ sV Ku< 11 U ilhsm-.treet. up stair*. hetwe-n theiiur,.' I sud I o clock. P M . ca Weeatsday. Oct. I3.a.da> ?i.irr : m-. M. tl. .NJO< Bs-ed apply witBoai lt.- b ?:? reference.._ ?n ;?? \ \" .tiVTBU.-ii . r of the tir?t class, constantly--t 139 Ko wer?, . ; \ \"A.N i til- I DM Id i ?! lie* i::vt niioo j'jjui I.? bo n.lroJuced iato ibe coun try. None need apply nnles* ihey f? rural** larorible -rechnen- in tb.'ir v.vit.ou. One who can e me recom? mended from mmm maauiaciurcr of patent medic ., woakl be preierred Addre-.s K. A. A. at Iba office of Uta Tnl une._?11 A *.V> J' t. u t'r I ?? ? > t . ? .1.1. American Office, 564 Broadway. III?- T. ELLIOTT. IV.r-n.ior. A M t D?A iroart, acurs boy. Ii i year* of age, as a.t apprentice io the Jewelry basi nesa. A. pood reeommeu<latioe as to character. tCc will be required. ApplyatM Joha-st. B. W. I'LAPP. oil3 U' A.>Tt'. l>? v J.-.in ev i . t i-, ? ?eil . i to.i.ed to Sa?a in iking and S lop wo . k. i f ;? y..uu< m-u who has beeuait.. Si-a-msAiHg business and in...-! , to finish h;? trade it hoa*a-carpeoliop. ?i <? good recom luendu'.i.iii?. t?u and emphtymeul by . iliip* eo u'j I? J i OOKE, :? Ann nt w ol u j tnP.llAHEK W kCVI'tcu i - ?-s iodustrious nun. one who fan rebroaze not lacker, Badunderstand* hie business gtraeratly, can Si..I Mead* emrdoyment ai WOK.AJM a II vi GHWOUT, 561 Broad "'*>'. i h U i'O Kl'StftlA t I ?? r IKON s? OKii.* in I TIN PLATE WORK lv>.?WANiEU? laimedi ?tely. ant rate ?eikrarn Kizhest wane* aad eenel u -uiplojni.m t given. Apply atS39 Wateratreet ot |>oaui> \v.l> i'eu-A geallem la, hi? wila, I* . h Idren mid uurs \sre desirous of obtaining boai I in a private fawity, or ?hers there ire bul few boarder? A iron, room, ?iis ekwei aod bed-room adjoii i.;. would be required. Locaiioa below Canal afreet, weal ?id. Broadway. References given and re>| ired. tddreeaK. T. at ihi? ..dice, slating 1 cation and t> rm?. o93ti?" ISO A it ii ? A gi aiaaaii 'gentlemen can b ? ?ci oinmodated with apleasaal rom room and pantry attached; nl.o, a ?mall had ru in i ? ?ired, ??? tIi board, in a desirable 'aliou down town, where the family is small; aad th.-ki? would m node moderate if cugaged foi the winter, tddrass \ v i. \ 692, lower Po?t ? itli. e. , ? | , DOAUD- aI 69 Beekman atreet, fur the i It Cull .me. l'rirut? Voamlinsr. inauent il. -r.l hl.I Kik ui? m i loeatiui; convenient . busiuesi part of ih>. City, will l.e accommodated u. N?. 7a BniaHe-street, just out of Broad, way, where bul lea . ??r* are taken md every exertion made t" re-.ier -r home pleasant and eoinfortable. The houte u entirely new, and u- ?Iv liirai.hed throuc'i.uiL Terni?. i? -riii i Reiereacoa exchanaed. t. nOAKlJinii i\ ItHOAUVl VI . ; n . -j t:. Is apposite ihe Park, und uaxt door to the AlUi r . . i Hotel?-a sery pleasant mid convenient location, s? Ii ?.' DtrAIll) AND KmMI?~niKV ? > vata family by asiplyiag at $ 6Hnd> n :i ? > it \ it 15.! *-?;. Single nan ....i .. ? J residing in tie- lower part ol ihe t'iiy e?h Im a. commodaleu with good Beard, with orwitbo i re..iu ?IS? Fulto?-?t. Also,throe .?r foai can loin- !i.roaly, if desirud._ jcUl tf* ~B?.iKWi.N.; n s t:- vo?tis. /GENTLEMEN visiting New-V?>rk ?dl find n quiet and VJ" pleasant heme .?t the GRAH.VM HOUSE, (Co lt..relay itreet, where ampin accommodations are ill tiMie- reserved fortranaieui Boerilera, and afibrled it mod ernte prn e?, by the day or week. Nofumea ol r. . or Alcohol will be found to mini the atmosphore. N. II. A tea- permanent tt.:ar lei- will be taken. New.Vnrk. April 17th. | ? ! ?<v-<v|-I : QQSS ,V?\ r<l i, kt ?A handsome la i ?torj House i : ? '.j.il Wave oy place, ni itr VVasbingfon Parade Po* s oa i < me iateiy. Rent low to a good tenant, sHO istl >i M>W?SitlS i <* laaS'J"?A '.i and he.l.i. JuS.witft cioseu, pantries sec. suitable lot inus. Also,. it' larite room, extraordinarily ?ei: lighted,suita bio for a ?ork-?bop Inquire on the premise ol ;i" '.luir; mum:, in r.-1 . r :w uu< ?> J?w, POK rtAI.lt Ost tiXt'JM.Ns.t \ gal Cniiuii? Seal la miles from me city, located in Uueeos Couuiy, L. I. conuming upwards ..: :,<i acre* of first rate land. Thebuildings are one doable house, mo ?lern finish, with grates, marble annul ., oldiog-doora, Itc , extra kit. hen; al-o. S large barns, wagoa bouse, car risg4 house, shiqi, granary, poultry nouseaiid yard, ice hou-e, ?uh nil other cenvemenees necessnr* for lime family. The fruil i- of the best kiud ami in every variety, apples, cherries, Jrc. in buadance. A large amount of Ike money may romain on hoed an I moitgage; or Brookli n ?r Mew-York city propei ty would be taken in excb??ge. Address L. M. S. ut uns olDee. ?09 if_ ?Vi *?'**?t~y*.i~ttis oii to i.kt." \ .: ?. AIS, brich House, pleasantly aitualed in 35th street,.be iween the8J aad ?d Avenue. The House i? 2i by 38 feet, two stories aad h i-.-imi-.u ; the lot ia9d feat 9 incln s deep. The subscriber*inl ml to erect a stable on thu rear, which -.ill make it a desirable residence f'.r earl men. The above Hoiira and mbenn be purchased on ad rnnmreou* terms. For farther particulars inquire at 39 l'i.i-tr.-l i.l.l l?t f" A I.II.I.M tX. Huil.l.r- .,?! J? ? -Hjffe - ,???.?.?? "tJ.ll.l.a N?vm FA K.TIN, v^P* with comfortable improvement*, Ineated ia this -irjt... These Farm* would be sold o exchanged l'-vr l>ry Goods, tsroeeriea. Horses, Wagons Carriages, Ho it- ind >U ics. or Hlimut an; km I l?f trade, fir price* extremely low, if application he made soon. Haps, din grams and particulars will be given st Hi John n. <i> l?* FAKITI FOB MAI.K, .-r Bxi Image ibr ?? Pro pert)?A Farm in Qneens County, I. I., con taoiog between SOaodtfU acres of Aral rate Land, in a Iul'Ii state of cultivation. The Dwelling and Out bouse* are hi n.'w and in !ir?t rnto order, with n Bever failiug well of goed water, npple orehnrd.Ae. Tiled,. lance is nine mile* from Mew-York. Tbe above praytrty will be sold, ur etvlnnged for citv property, mid posses? sion gnen immediately. Address L. .M. 9. at this omea. ?7 3lawtf PROSPKCTtIS i n!! TDK SALK ?F REAL l > TATE AT NKU BRIGHTON, siaien I,laud, to Iba amount of Skvcm KuMoaco TiiousanD DoLLans. rpilE ritUSTEES ol THE VEW BRIGHTON l I SOCIATIONeffer for sale, by subscription, fire hue Jred t>li.< k> of ground, the most eligibly kitnated of an> tin v possess, us re-pert, contiguity to I'm lerne., and ill so several of the most elegaal *nd desirable villas and country sent* in the vicinity of the eity of Mew-York These yic kundrtd blocks nr^ to he disposed of ?i eight bnndre I dollars 'aeb. every one of them will costiiu eij/lu bnildiiUT Iwts. ?nd will sue t.lire nboul Iis; by ?.t.il I'eet, b< ins sufllcienl l'or n neat e. ttsire and garden plot, Esch subscriber will obta n n block valued at (accord? ing to the ci-h -'ties ni'.de by the Association the iasl two yi .ir-1 from S'OOO to $1690,aod bs May have allotted u> him property '?111111 from forty 10 sixty times the salue of ht? subscription. On some of them ore splendid im| royi menu, comprising hirge mansion bouses, liotels,coitaga . doi k?, A.c. 1.1 perfect order. Tba plan adopted tor dispoaiag of the shove property . preaeau great indneements to the eapitallil desiroiuof 111 .km!.* g .od investments, and to nil who wish to obtain a iioantry residence at a moderate price, and in apnsitiun the most eligible in tba vicinity of New-York. For'ex ample: ihe elegaat country seat, with about lour a re- of land adjoiuing.receBtly tim?lied by Thomas E.D?vir,E*q . ?t a cost exceediag $110.000, and which is unrivalled foi baaoty of lituatioa, will heeo.ne ihe property of one ?f th i subscribe.*, free and naiacumbered, nt a cost to hint of "nly s>?r>? To some oil e.* >?b ? il.er will be allotted, free and mi - iecumleered; '/lelnsw .i House *nd grsiaod*, nowoccu pied n seminary for young huliea, at an annual rantof |E00. The splendid ?? Hort'ti m," er.-etud In IKI7, nt BeOSl tit ee.-dnitr 9190,1 IX', ineludingtbe gronnda and outbuildings, siill fsll to 11 io'her, Iren s.u.! unmcumbered. ?? lln^hion Hum' " which, with ihe grounds, cost over *.!-i. 0 ami several new and beantiful cottages, will I. come the property of other subscribers. Tne Association, m offering lari'e an amount of 1 uable property at us. time on such favorable terms.woal merely remark, that they are prompted to do so sole! ?Uli the vie* ofclosing their affairs Within the". of their organized existence, which is .about drawing to u 1 lose. They feel confident ihst each sut.scriber will obtain proj erty greater in vslu: than the amount of in. 11.vestment. -I the rinproTi'.1 prr.j,.'tr\', 'wh'.:.. 1 -t :!i ?3 0 i;is> ) with maps and aecoo ..nying documents, can hi - en an application to Henrv Lynch, Presidi nt "f the Asm ...oii. (at their office, ??:< W o!, entrance .'ir.i door 'j i H iiiovi r street,; who wiii give ail farther deuil, of iho presuosed plan. Term* ofnutweription for au undivided shar- of 1 Ighl Hundred dollars, 11? follows; luca-h.NOO In a hoc ! payable in one lu i t*o year.-, on ? mtereit.. 10? geeo rw.r.ks of subscriptioo are opened bv EDWARD A. NI COLL, Esq., Trustee, at the otti. ecl toe New Vor< Ufa and Trust itampany? No, 3S VJ*' ... . .. N l; Tha essb e-?> meei "ill he depo?.ted ,a the .Ne* \ irk I ife Bi d Trusl Company, ar-d the receipt 01 the Secretary of the Company given to all snbseriDera. Bv oHer of Ihe Trustees._ RiDIXED GERSiAN SILVER, ? slMES G. MOFPETT, i^'l I'nuce-etreet. aur Woosier J ' would parti, ulsrly call tne at lection of Hardware - ?r. usd Manufacturer* to hia superior iruc.e of GeTBaan riil ?rr. ? - eh ne ,.-rer-ior?*le w'nolesale und retail, of ?lllhica lejuK*. ivod warrantr it aqu^l to any, eiJte. Foreign or llo ne?:ie for rr.U.r nnd ?ofl'ie??. ?Alf ' I' ri As*.?eine Ujop?woer and Imperial 1 ? ?s >?< chest 1 L and half ci.< -t? For .ale i y o7|f GR1NNELL. MINTt'RV A r?. 7e ?ouih ?t BO? BI FAt UiX,: POWDEBe 1 l". casks Boyd'? celebrated Rlea^oing-Powder, just ?-?ceived and for side bv ..-.'J PKRSSE *. RROriK-t.?; loWiy-st. RVi.VU F?TiLSCAP PAPER. \0i> Ream* of AIME Ruled Hap. For .??!? by PER.-sSt: cv BltOoKS, ,27 No. 91 Liberty 'treei.