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THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE
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Country. i? published every Sattli lay morn ng, at the low price of **!?? per annum, in advance TJ E TRI 6 U N Pemm?ylvssniis--Kenmiiipti??n, Intneiii fin provemeaat, Polium, ?V?-. Corre-poud' aco of The Tr.bune. HAaaisatrac, Pa. Dec 24, Igll. As the Session of our Legists ure opt roat speculation is bu3y as to whitt the annual sove? reigns of the people will do in reference to the Panks and Resumption. It is a delicate questioi and of course the crude ideas ol Lot ?>?': ?>> oietn are most inapplicable to the production ?> bemficial legislation. I think aneffort will be made to carry CJt a full Resumption ; there will be a diversity of opinion ia the Loco tanks, but enough will be found to austuiu the ?Yhig minority in ihenec-asary mea sures. it will then remain to be seen whether Govi Port? i will again, by any Handy-work, in? terpose, ' "i spite uf denunciations from any quar? tet," to prevent immediate specie payments. It is intended that the Lot:os may satisfy themselves at present, with cush payments on li.-t:>k issues only, and order u progressive per centugc on deposits, to increase during theyeai to a pet feet Resumption There is loo much cobbling and tinkering about this scheme ; but the j.r Locos actually -'a^cr imi'et t!ie weijht theii re-pons l.'.iiiies. and w uihl demand our Sympathie*, were it nut that they cla? mored -<> loudly, hrtore ntid pendme it,,. , |, , -,,m for a compulsory Resumption. It is matter of conversation h re. among <i ?v. Porter's friends, that an effort will be made to complete the North Branch and Erie Extensions: ibis is to be effected by the issue of (j per cent. Stock to the contractors, who have ? xpresscd themselves as willing to enter into such an arrange ment. This is very much on tilts principle of l! i Diddler r;e e, who think a debt is paid when ?!.? n note is taken for the amount, without fing them? selves any particular trouble u to :!: imp rtriins protest after thedays of grai e ' But ill igucinus Loco* intend to m ike th'- St: ck a ? in u'ati gmr dium! and issue it in small Bums, to inks ?ho ?Iri-te I ot Bank notes um! form a sonn I cui cite; ! VV< need not stop to inquire into th*t Institut mill t\ ol this scheme?they will find tome const ituti >n to suit it, us Gov. Port'-t last win ei b.-.sed hi.- o'dee tiniii to a bill which he vetoed, on it clause in the old constitution. The mure pertinent question 1-, bow our State, with her most udvamngcous Stocks down to 60, can keep this glori iu> Currency at par! 1 he Porter party objected to the Revenue Hill of l ist May which authorized the Banks to i-sue smi'l rmtes to the amount 0: 11 loan ol $3,100.000, then need,- 1 .i_. the State, hecit'u.e these notes were virtually 1 State Hills of Credit,' un-1 yet we hear them now- talking of tnking away ihr agency ot tic Banks, which alone preserved the constitutionality of the i-sue*. and emitting then small i ertiiii ales ol State Stock h:i a circulating medium ' This is a specimen of that same consistency whi ;h has made anti-Bank Corning and Croswell of your State Presidents of Bunk*! There is u strong probability ol 11 gubernatorial movement in the Loco ranks this winter. The fiiends of Mr. Muhlenberg are anxious to bring him forward again, while the present confidential advisers of Gov; Porter will strive their utmost to starve him off. The Capulets and Montagues of Verona were not composed of more belligerent and opposing t> topers than are the Wolf and .Muh? lenberg factions of out Key- . tie State, und al itu'iigh one of the ' Captains' 1- no more, his prin? ciples survive with his friends, and they can bring a stroii" force into ths- field. Mirdenberg Iihs but little sympathy with the immediate satellites of the Pi.iter luminary, und the latter, not b in; suffi? ciently gorged with two terms, will exert them? selves to obtain 11 nomination for so no m.ton genial leader,Who will enter into then plans und speculations, und give \ietn a carle blmchexa make fortunes from our IState Improvements. The movements relating thereto arc yci secret, but will soon develop then..elves. 1 lctnti from Captain Tusten, Superintendent of Motive power on the Columbia Railroad, that he intends to recommend in his forthcoming Report t ? the Canal Board, that the State should itself cen vey posse-rigors ovei that Road instead of merely hiring the motive power to Compnnics as at pre? sent. If this can be done, so as to bring the pro? ceeds into the Treasury, the State ma> make 50 to $75.000 pet annum by the operation : but we h:i\.< too el'ten found that the salaries ol ollicers eat op all the profits and bring the Mate m debt, even wie re private companies can m ike m oney. lhe compliments of the season to you ' It i" only in German settlements where the Holidays arr kept up a., they ought te be. Old l\n-s Kingle can be seen in every shop window hi re, and the most capacious stockings are being ktnt to hangup to-night. 1 will write again before next year. Viator. FiRt Ai Brooklyn.? Between Hand 10o'clock Wednesday night, a fire broke out in lhe exten? sive rope-w alk heading on Smith-street, and run? ning parallel ana between Statt and Schcrmerhom streets, owned by Peter and Xb'm. Sckermcrhorn, and occupied by Schermerhorn, Banker .V Co. The walk, together with the store house, a large two stun, Iniak btiildinti. in winch there wa- about 50 tons of hemp and other material-, including 9 hoi ses und one cow were destroyed, lhe build? ing and machinery were valued at about $35.0011, mostly insured. The loss of stock 1- estimated a! about $ 15,00t?, upon which we understand there was no insurance. It was the work of design. [Jour. Com. ItATKPl t i ti!. 'Sit is. OH. i..\.'it""> CUEM1CAL OIL?BURNING FLI ID.?Tho sue scriber would invite the alieniion ol the public to Ins stock of "GREENOUGH'S PATENT LAMPS," which from their beauty and superior qualities, are destined to supersede alt others now ej u-*. The oil which 1? burned 111 tUcm is a chemical preparation, rery clean in its proper tics, and (ives a very linlliaMt and at samnicat !ti;Hu Tht Karmng Floid is a porubla light, Uet frmn ull smokt smell, or grease, aod will neither soil u<.r auun. Cotaaiou Lamps cauf be altered at a trifling expense, to burn tit fluid. The subscriber 19 kmdh permitted 10 refer to -oi ie of our most respeclablo families. ?bo are now us uc the article. J. C. HOOKER, f t". Broadway, between tiraud atd Broeiae sts. N B. There is no dancer of eaplosiou iu eitaer one of these articles._o? 11 f LO..SX t.>- li H.tVfc.\ S, FUR BOuRst, Su ?Kuh 11:11 r.ir- Book?. :<? the greatest varicl> Oxford Bibles, C.moa Prayers London and Aui-n -an Annuals, Miniature Libraries, in morocco -^ascs; Select Pceius; cbeice Bo ik- :'..r Childieu and Youth All vaiaa bkBoeksiama'ket may be had of JOHN I*. HAVEN, I'ub'i it-r. Bookseller, mid Stationer, No. I!W Broi<!*ay. beteesa Foltonand Dey-streeia. N R?Twelve New and Fine Books for Chil trr:i. j i puMished a. at.ovu. dS9 3t KiWCJ'ii l EMiiuiA i ti) 1 (a.41 KS - All kinds for ease a::d coiafost,sach a< Kecking, Rccuua'.itiit, Revolving, <Vc The first premium at the two U,i Fairabaa-been a.>.?rdcJ Rtng/s Chairs. They ?je srartaatod to be fur superior to any iu .his city o'r ,14 ? 'Iis M. W. KING, Patentee, ?'S U m ur?S(jwayi between Uraud and Brooaie sts. BY GREELEY 6c McEL F t 'he Tribun?. Vau ? j nntlrr Monk, The writer caused an enquiry to b? rnaie into I the n-iture ard legality of BiU >'to,inaction*, t>; they uro at present carried on between the cont? ra --.ton merchants of Great Brnai-i and this cous , t y. The enquiry embraced tr.e business of the late Mr \\ illiams 11 London,and ?imilar. a.n-j that of the Liverpool merchants, so far as related to credits on letters, advances by acceptances or cash, or bills of exchange on consignments; bills of exchange received en d-poa te and disbursed ; lulls diaun by commission house, or agents in the purchase ol goods, on merchants in London and Liverpool", and all transactions involving advances and an interest account. I h- eo.-nmis.-i^n of one per cent as charged on such accounts is illegal and One of the d r! -rent accounts kept by licensed bankers (differing from t!ie common m jde of bank? ing in ttii* country " balance accounts,") alluws tbe charges ofinterest of "pro and contra'" and the commission of one quarter of one per cent, or le** as by Bgreement, but not more. An .American Bunker in London and commission merchant in Liverpool makes the best arrangement possible witii sornr- English banking-house in London, where all bills aio rimile payable, and the buh a>e settled in London by ihese licensed English b.tr.kine. hou.es. Country bankerM are obliged to have ac? counts with u L Midon ba'ik. and nre subject to small commission. The country bank-, though hemselves are charged commissions, cannot ch irgo more than above named commission of one quar? ter of one pei cent. It is questionable whether <: commission-house can even cli?rge this commhv .-.ion : but the charge Usually made of one p-r ce.-.i is usurious, and the usury being chargud as a commission assumes but a name as a cl*ak for usury. The opinion anif the extracts fro'ti the Statutes of V ieen Anne to the thcii present r m occupied ubuut fifteen folios, and were given and made by tv ? i the mmt eminent English eiiun jelors. 1 charg't I two nnil u Im I per cent c?mmis-ion on adva o .?> made on produce on hand oi to arrive, u-tpiuciiccd by some ofoui m r cnuritK, i* aj deci 'edit usurious, mid in btsili coun? tries ih^se charges fur commissions can I;, suc? cessfully tv-iated, and 'he party mukm^ ttivru b? com- si. .j ct to ili laws made and provided against u-uiv ; ami subject to th;penalties tor vio? lation of ihe-e luws. The opinion was .i'-;nincl at the vxpe. cc oi'h'i ? r fifty doll ii und as I he I I ibune has 11 for nottiini; it.:-, cheap enough ii it answer no valuable purpose. By this opinion Brokers tue guilty of usury in charging one pei centu n on domestic bills, or notes of hum! lefi foi collection, or ncgociated by them. Bunks cannot charge commissions, and the practice I of retaining funds after advice lei some week, may even be considered usuii-uis. Money is now worth more than the usual legal interest in England, being ?t six per centum inter? est, and won.ii a lew years was obtained at two und a half per centum. It fluctuates as any com? modity in the mat kit, and able reasoncr, conclude lhal the laws on usury should bo abolished. Many \ears ago there w<i* as great variety ol bank note-* in England as there wetc banks in nu:n bcr. 1 he people so their faces against them, and the bankers were obliged to wtthd.aw their hah circulation, and substitute the notes of the Bank of England. Recently '"Joint Stock Companies" are formed. These issued theh ownnotes. In Man? chester the manufacturers have set t'icir laces against them, and the companies are obliged to use the Bank of England notes. lhe\ recently caused the sii-tien-i ,n of a |ui'itirig hou.-e (iudeb'ed to them ?6000) because that, not being able to ex? pand themselves, they could grant no further ac coinmodaiions. When "ill the monetary affairs of our own coun? try be up.in us solid a '-?asis as those of England ' When the people are sicitcni d and disgusted with the vaiious paper money we have in circulation, and require hut one ?pec es to pervade ihr land. Clio ?\fr'fi 1 MttllTJlAS A "'I* .s?. W YEaR'S r^tfV|'ii.i .--ll's r.> i;.. ii .| ii .? is fortlie Ladies *3^8 f here a now a splundid bloom ef Con llias at Nibtu - Gar Ian, ni il .1 II ir om. Buuqui ts mad: ap in the most tasteful munner aiid at m darale prices A suppli of frc-li lisr.i-u Seeds j isl received f om L indon. Hints. Birds' Seeds, Cages, Gold Fish, I'l mis and Bulbs, Gl e-c of now and besutilu! p tierns. Flower Pots ami Vases, very orua neutal, for wiudowj und dower gardens, Fonn taius f>?r conservatorios uud gardenr, forming the mc?t beautiful i!' -urn- m hydraulics. Order, lhaukfully received and promptlv intended to by Hie proprietors, MBI.O A DUIkLAt*. * dS5 nfCKLEU OVMi'rlGM FOrt CHRISTMAS ? AND NEW YEAR'S?GKOR?tS HOWELL, <-,.r ncr ofB .: I itreet and the Bowery, oUer> for -ab Pickled Oysters of thevrjrj b ist?|u ility. iu nu tntities to suit pur chasers. All Bond-street and Waver ley Place can testify to the superior excelled -i George's Oysters. Give him a call early. _?'-> IW V K ?A . % s; A ii. CAiVK, tVc.?Bosi Plum i .1 Is-Id a lb. New-Yeai l ake. lOd a lb. Sod i His nit and But or Crackers, id a lb. Gtabam and Boston Crackers, ad a lb. Ami a variety oi Cake an I Cia:k"r.. all cheap at PARR'S Cheap Cracker Bakery, , ,;i Holt-street, bear Walker-street VtA-iS YKAK'?l BKVEKAGE. LEMON UK LEMONADE SUGAR, h wbMesonie end con t euient beserage, and may be usrd ?itti hot or cold water, l or sale only at 511 Psarlst dot) Sf l>!>iA KUBBEII Hoods of cvorj escru a such as Ovcreoata VVailiug Pantaloons, Long Boole, Rtdiug Loggias, 11 trse Covers, Cloaks, Pom bos, t'ttpes. Caps, Carriaee Piatster, und Bioi Limns Cloth. Life Krc ?ervora, Air It ds, Pillows Cushion , Machine banding, 10 C'-iber *itk ..'in i.-t ev-rv arue.-lc in llit line, for sale at wholes le and retail, by S. C. SMITH A SON, 1I8 |w 151 Wal it an ' fittOathariae st?. I EVOIA RUBRER t^rttsfc*? AM) OVKB ASJIOES ?5000 pair La lieaaad Goou' Figaced Kubber. 10 0 pairs Ladles and Cent-' Plain Ruborr. t-Jim do Men.km Over Shoes. 100 do Ladt.-' sheet Rubber do. 101 do Geats' do do. -.''?ii tlo do Cloth do, handsome, .'at Jo Ladii - - Velvet Tep tlo. |-.'? Jo do Furred Isrecians. 7."> Americau Msckintosh Costs and Capes, it'll L te Preservers ar.d Lue Jackets. 50 Indn Rubber Beds and PlUoWS. 3000 lbs Indn Rubber :*? >U os. (inlfi'.li'- Patent Cotton Floaters. Machine Band bag, ?II widths. Toccther >v nb a cencral assortment nf India Rubber Goods. For sale at 136 Maiden lane HORACE H DAY, d?3 8w Suivev-or to Roxbury Im ia Rubber Co. VsS W FAI.I. CwOtAJM. ILFRED SMITH, Merchaut Tailor, No. t?t? Fulton-st would invite his Inonds and the public to call and examine his stock of ?ew Fall Goods,consistinc of Cloth.-, Cassini erea and y eat? ings amtcd to the fall trade. Ircnil-mcn leaving taeir or lers may rely tu-oy their bohig fuifiiiei lutiic most i.^tts tSLtory lit in;-: r. T- na> moderate?Cosh on delivery. ?V tl l)KAl tl ORIHVRD .NI T lOll. AT I LACKAWANNA PRICES.?Real Peach Orchard. Red A-k. i.iise Nut final, doubly screened ami delivered i ? auv pnri of the city, fr e of caitsre 21.$? -r,0 Brokoa nr Egi..' . .f.- .V> | Lchigh.>? "" Screi-a.-d Liverpool.A' 0,1 \pplj at \ int. Ml Washiiiclon si. near SpiiHS. <ip ^m* pOAL, COAL.A'?i- iery be.-t ijaahty Poach v.' O.-chaid Red A.h Coal for tamily u<c well fcreeued_ tad delivered m aay part of the city at the yard corner oi" !re in a ich an I Christopher streets Kg- and broken. .00 .-iiove.? 50 d93 15;* Jas. FERGUSON. IM) ?ATTERS?An assortmeai of Silk Plush' I Baa la :i :?; other Tr?umiagi ou ban! an 1 for aalo si Intl T.tnrf prices, by ,rJ Im* ISAAC J. TU AVER, ?Maiden Lane RATH. ?I.! i ? ? HOREHOUND U I IV? RWORT tfc PL.M RIST ROOT; forOu-ughs, Colds: Consumptinn and Liver Co t)| I nut.? Cou-ump iou .s s cisca*- oben secretly lu sir. i- the ?y?icn for years before there it tfi~lei?t ccinpinu: tf the Luags. Aud in this .t ga it can |r r.u.'c l as effectually; and a.* certainly ? i y otter disease. Let net per-"ns -le'ay ihe use of medicine until tu ir lungs arc i ensibly affected out in due season retort to ?r. Allen's H-'-im of Liverwort?this medicine hs- provederen the Couqaerorof Phy-ieun-" forwhi b a" r.atiitiu i will have abundant etiu e to bless ill- hsnd i fProvj leoce. Mure ihm 100 physicians in this ?.t> now usctbismedi iee in their practice. LIVER COMPLAINT CURED.?D? Ulrn?D irStr I have u.-J your l!ai.-a:u of Horehound. Liver wert and Pleurisy Roor in my practice for sde?e months past, and from ihe 'underfill etfect il hs? ha-t. I am ful y sati-tie ! that itposscssei very >j ier;or virr'.s in tile cure of Luc Conpla nt and Cdhs -ui ttion. i do strongly recom mend it to the public, and to tue Faculty. Rc-p-cttuity. J. U. RlCHAKDSOM. 3L t).' Ilud-nn. Angus: I. '-!l WHOOPING Ol '.II-This d tease-prevailing very ext i. ively, and is sweating - tf mu.y little ones ? : very fewilaya illnsss. Parents shonid rrmemher ?b?tOr. . Allen? Balsam of Live rwo-t - the only icfallible remedy, and has saved tbo i- .ml- of liv?s durine seven \ e .r-. S dd b> W a. Tyler, * mle ale agent, e? Barclay -t.. K M. UuiOD, 127 B?iry, corner, of Ii r nd St.; Dr. Han. -c<*rnernf Broadway arid I i mhers-f treet; J. O. Fa), at MilnorV Drug Sore, corner of Broadway and John ? ?. aadH Everett. 367 OrcewnicH-st. d-H im VOT? E ras Kl PI A lihtn>b.U*<?S*. II Hr. A. G HULL, No. 4 Vctcy-street. A-tor Haare. Kow.Vork.?PcTsonj etfli t..d ?iij Ruptures may rely : U|too the bet instrumental aid the world alfoi Is. un np" plicali at bis . :!: e. I V?-c> ?tr.ca, Ne-v York, or to ei_er cf bis numerous agents in tbecsief to-> n* of the United States Patients must be careful to examine the back pad d Or. IIa i'- Trusses, to see il they are ca loraed i>y lir Hull in writing. None other are genuiuc ir to tie r^tirii on a? good. Mr H i I rnarantces c in - to all olherwisebcalthy patients ?rhu tt.il st his bltlce for treatment If the cure be not radical and per im i as to preclude the necersity of v. earing ?:;-. tru awl ever, the money advanced is returned on lite expiration ; "f the term cifii d fir the cure, whatever pm rr ? the '. itcpturcma) u i\e mada toward eradication. A ct mpctent Snrgt on ol !.'. j ears' e.xperieui e in the srt : of Trussing Raptures i< in constant sttei.JaL'.e at Dr Hai.'? tri e. t'h Idren under I- year* universally cured without fur \ ther expanse than the ens' of the Tru-s. The radical cure has been under the progressive practical improve? ment for mire man 20 years pas in Dr Hull's Trn*s Of? fice, and !- son t>r ugbt lo a stale of unrivaled perfection. Many tmachen ns agents h ue nndertnken tn vend urn ? on? of lir. Hull's ee|i bratod Hinge and Pivi ?. Truss far ?.u- easy ind life retention of Ruptures. These imita lions ? mriM le relic I en?they arc made by uoskilful inr -?-" - ?ii ' in ??. sn ! -ire no better ihau the ordinary if" - ??! the market. Thy teuuine have my full u?me n ? M ' e. II im ,\Mos ?}. HI LL A Co. 'j'llE Tftt i??8..?i AND 8irrpT>KTEKa I of Hr. HULL'S invention eoutinue t" receive mj ;decided proferettce. r'-r twenty years past I have cm nlnyeiiilte Tru-.f |lr |lHj| Vi'.h sticces The Sup |K>rtcr was invented in 1631 by the Doctor, with mv ad? vice and approbation; and I mil happy to say that it is extensively adopted in Europe ... ?-?n as in lin- country. (Signed VALENTINE MOlT.M. D. New-Vork, Jnlt I. i-ll. ,!J lai US' PILLS. npiIE woudcrfal cures i c?r?l U Ulis medicine are the I all-enerossinc subjects uf tlic day. Go where you will, you hear of nothing but .Mr. Such a Hue has been cured by Dr. Peters' Vegetable Pills, or you know Miss So and .'-u ?ns at the p..tut of death but -lie ba- lu-.-u cured Ly Hr. Peters' Pills; or. nro you not (lad that 'it s -lup been reaiortid to health t.y Dr. Peters' f\-..s|.R,.i-. MeOICINE. Really, ihn medi ine must be very good, ont could not , cure sc. many. It is goo I. For many yea's it has passed on in the " even rilent tenor of ita * aycuring bundreda ; of |?ersana who were wrangling mt?: death. But no* its , onward coarse is impetuous. It is us ijipossible io tiny tlie demand for tins medieiae, , as to hush the rushing wind. A life medicine that will procrastinate death fsr years: ?hsll it not enter every house 1 shall it not be used by r\ individual! Let im man -av : do i ..t waut it. Yoa Ituoiv pot what lo-murrow in..y bring forth. All sbouUl i".- this remedy, and remember thut health is the first blessing of God. PETERS' VEGETABLE PILLS Ireanti bilious, inti-dyspeptic, ami nun nterenrial, and m ij be justly eousiiiered a Universal Medicine, bat il?ey are peculiarly beucfictal in ihu following complaints: Ve low and Bilious Fevers Fever and Ague, Dyspepsia, Croup Liver Complaints, Sick Headache, Jaundice .\-th ma. Dropsy, Rheumatism, Enlargement of the Spleen, files. Colic t'emalo ubstrnctions. Heart Rarn.hnrrcd Toacuc Nausea, iiisieasioa of the Stomach and Bowels, la iptent Diarrbtxn. Flatulence, Halntual Costiveness, Loss of Appetite, Blotched n: S illow Complexion, und in all oases of Torpor of the Bowel?, whem a Cathartic or ?u Aperient is needed. Tbey are exceedingly mild in their operations, producing neither nausea, griping nor I debility. Price 35 and SO cents per box. Dr. Peicrs'- Pri n ipal otl'u i 159 Broadway, corner of Grand, and at !Hi North Sixth Street. Philadelphia. II dliliu_ ?pHK PEB's?N idvemsing in f?pring-stn t I firstuuder inoajtmoaainitials, then a. W, W.Tay lor, aud again a- W. W. Th ?j er. !i - not now, not Lever (i? had aii> soiai-ctn.il ?Iii tin- r-iuldi-bn.. nt :.t ?<'.< Bowery. The law proprietor, F. A fhayer, had but nan brother, named Wm. W. Th ivor? h i bei not been in ihe house o In-it ceased b other lor - veral years. A tont four j >? .r- ago bo ? peui d a -tier ,,i j I. Spring street, nad ailvertited Ragers' Balsam of Liverwon, sad near tso vearj i.- ?camc before the public io support of Burnit A Co., in imitating Dr. Tat lor'.- Balsam of Liverwort?and agsia comes forward claiming the proprietorship of ^ald I medicine, when it was well known that at the t:ai : the proprietor, the lau- F A Tbayer, li-.t introduced th ? celebrated medicine, VV". \V. Taayor was about lourt- on j ? -irs ol ate. B-csreful where yea bay.?Pnrchaiae only?naiad this iisiLv?at the old office, 375 Bbwi ry. between Fourth and Pitth-streeta Mat ut.'uis will please address bs for in- rly. C30 liu ?V *>. '/OO BO TVER V -Principal and ooly Office a- s of ttic Dinner Pill?Means uf exterminating disease :;ud promoting health?All th"?? aim are obliged m deny tbeis-eivcs the good things of the s<.a?ou, by r.-a.-cn ol in? digestion at:J dyspepsia, poisoner of all our se-aruc? m" nu lyment, can be relieved from that lullnc-s or oppres sion which a hearty meal usually occasions by ukiuc a [ n couple of the DINNER PILLS :oon after eatn.g. they asM tulaie with the ood taken into the stomach, and pro mole s wbolesama digesiion, <nd lesiore the .-tou.ach uud bowels lo a healthy and natural ac'ion. The Dinner Pi I I i- at?o an excellent common family mediciue, and may be takca r.s as i- ec ?! do e ol physic, Uiej eillsp.tdl'y remove an] indisposition, arising from excess of any Kind, er the natural catisve of which our sysi-ni is liable. lor sale at the Office of t^e Ihueer Pill, No. i'.'.'j Bj?ery. Price25cents per box. Duociions accompany c?ch le\. Copyrights cured. HOLDRIDGE A- CO. d'J" l?r Proprietor- of the Hiunsr Pill -Jt.? Bowery EW.fORK SUPREMK COt RT.?In U>m-tterofth? apollcatio of the Mayor, Aldvtmtu and Cammoaahyol tiie Cut of New-Yoik, i- latitr to rp.tiua Thtriy-seeuitd itreet fiomthe Tenth avenuet the Ea?t aiver, tnibesixr irrua)' Ward ol > .id Ciiy. Tn all Whom it Clay i-e;srro. 00 ; tic tsbereb) givea. ihat a petm .n ?Iii be pi.Kot-d t. use i honorable Justices of the Supreme Court of Judicature of the IV p:t t tbeSuteof NewYotk, atlbecspiiolinlbeCtyof Albat ? u lh? ri -t Toesday ... February 1S4J. at th.. opening l ibe Court n that dsv Jr a? -.??? ihtrealler s- r. uascl can hr h-ard S? Jamas B urnt in ol ihr City f .New Y^tk. setting forth the riehi tilte a:iu claim of the prtttio.tr tu th--urn "t .?nv ttiousa id 1 it-.r? hi rt Inibra < .li?altd ind a?-?-ie : by th i:,.uiuit!-i .ner- f E-tiuiatt _t>d A?-c? aie nl appointed ra trie I sbesr eetitltd ui.itttr tu jwatrsu'.ktowiias n:C t^,i the losuad daoi -ct to the laid uusnsw.i owaeti by <ud in cunstqueace t>( ? relinquidiinc ihr interest of the sod unknown ownen in s piw< i or p.-tcel v* land ?tu.uirrd f.r the pUr( o:e uf opening Thirty. lecood ur.tt >n ihr ?nd Ciry ^n : aescrib d utb- rrp..rt ot the ? slid Comm-??i.>:.rt...a- fallows, v-a. - All tlis cenato I .t.pirtt ; ur parcel of rroond tiloate, lying and beisg ta ihesaUSsX een'h Vl'arnef the said city, md hoanded and containing as ! follows, to wit?brgfaniug at ihr ?.inti*e.t-r;j- cum?. .1 the Kichth avenae, iseitabliahedby law. asd Thiit- .-end street ai ihe same w ,. to be ..pen-d. ao? rumiinj ibence aorthwester ' iy sl-tif the noilbeailtriT line M ?ide ..f Thir'y -tc jud stieet ; ss the : mis eras t" be opened. o"t handred fcrl tu the soatb easterls line or side of land uf Jainei Boi.-ci . ihr.ee K-uth ? westerly sloiw the aot?hem erly iiue ur side ol thr --.d .if t.'te.j! I James Boomun, thirty feat to * ILte drawa ihrunsh j Cic crntrr ,.f I'hir v-rcud it r'ret. si the lame was to he opt ned; theiire . uthe_..a-ily a! eng the -aid line drawn through the ceo , tie ol ThiMv-se. .,n"d street,as he tame was to be . pened stvut j one bundled fe.t t ? the northwesterly line t lidv of the Euhth ' Imme i? estjblishtd -iy law, ?:id running theece noitheaslerly al .ttc the said aerthwesletly l:ae at side N ?atd Etchth aveuu-. , a? rstabli'iird -y law, ttiiity fett to the plsvr et ?rtiaaiBg." And notice i< fortket given'll.sl n preseetinr. the vdd peituon as aforesaid. the?ii ? 'u tiers will be mevrd that the prsyer uf hr same br cranlcd 13d tur a ru'r or order ot ihr said Cart, directing the Clerk of said Cisin rssidiug i ? the City "f New Y? k, to piy over l" the laid petitioner or to hii stt.iruey. ihe . nr. sum of on- tb ..mnd dullao above m-ntiontd ard the in rrrue there.t. If any; and for -uch further or uther order as to Ihe laid C u-l ?hall is. in uistt aud praper. ?.tr,. Dr.emberid. 1SI1. j3 rlwd I. W WUKRLKR. Atgy for Petitioner. CI>Eitsiii~BEl.L.*J?Raugb and polished Sletgk O Beils, assorttd frosa 000 to No. 10. Also, fancy and cotnaion -irsps. for ra'.e by U30U- WM. H. WIGHT, lire John-street. N MM.. DECEMBER 31. **** MEDIC \ I. FIK.-as DIVISION N. T. *-. A.?The offi cej-s and members oi this Division, and particularly those on duty the 25th ult. exposed to tbe storm an J wei feet, ?Inch is the le.iiiioc c?u?a of tee rvcr painful sud tn ublesomc complaint, Rseumatisni, stiff juats. pain m the back. In:in md ?ou d find a cert tin remedy by call ice a: A K. A D. Sands. Nos. 79asd 111) Fulton -treei. and procure a b"tt!e of I'urneti'e celebrated Rheumaiic Mix? ture and Syrup ???> bit b i- warranted to cure ui:y case ol Rh inraium of from one to twenty years eundin*; ; rchei ? ays given with the first application. Suutoctosay lb ?.: -un a>- i.. le^rebiiuraod curative properties ol thest prep raiioai fi r tbe cure of Chronic, Acute, Inflammatory sad Murcnrul Rheumatism, ai lu excite the admir tiou and surprise ol everj indivicaasl who has fairly tried tn-'ir merits. Forfarts ia -fac?on the Propne or woald re? fer the afflict : t i thi | .|| .?iD.. highly respectable rcntle men who ere testify to it- merit. Mr. J. D C rs| ia, Treasurer Rowerv Theatre; John C. Moore, lot Broadway; John Green, IIS Walner-st.; Aaron Oilbcrt, 110 Fultoa sL; Wm.M. Sf-pheas, Sixth Ward P.di ,-. H. -. Williams, 1 j Ann-street; Isaac P.. Smith. SM fir- n*:cb st. Also tobe had ol Davia Sands St Co.. No. 77 Unit Broadway, cr.r. Market --.ht-r. no n.eroii- t.--ii:i'i:i!i.,!- c<u be seen Sold alto bv a B Sand. A: Co? 273 Bro ttjwav. "d-d lm ? KOI P. CROUP. DR. CHAPMAN'S COMPOUND CROUP SYRUP 4 FFoRDSi umediate lelief.aad will, rT-ct a permanent 1 a"- enre in this ilarming disease in children, and In. in I nnmerous cases been found the only preservative of life ! ? hen every oll.er It nun n reu? dy ha- lulled to give n lief, I ??? ?' :i ;' ? ! dei..si :'. ! . I ? for language, ' ft fmj satrd ray child " A iihitHph.Yt coataiaitg tali uincuona for use. ? ith a I tree tiumler ,,r .:? r t!tl:??.of cure., f.om PuvsiCIANa. CbeaavsiK.v. axd others if the Inchest standing in the cumm-nity . at companies ?ach bottle. Sold by Ute ih,a !i or ?t r, lai', bv A. B A I). SANDS, 71J aid 10" Folton itrt ? t, or by A Bit IK AM B -?.Nl>? A: CO. ? irainte Build::.::-. 272 Broadway, corner Chamber street and by DAVID SANDS Jv CO. 77 Ea?l Broadway cor. Market it. Price. SO cent-, and $1 per hot'le. XT PARENTS whose children are subj-ct to tin dre t ed dii ie, should always hava tbe medicine oa hand. A wor i to the wise. cc. d39 in Tik- Phys i early?Medicine com-s too late. Whan the disease becomes inveteiate D ECOJI MENDED 1 ?? thi Facnliv ? FAKCE'K ?V tmi-ltilioa* f-?TIIII.V APERIKN1 P I L L M, -By experience these Pill* havt iiern proved by thousands to he the besi and rafnsl Kami ly Medicine hitherto discovered; At all scs.?ous of th year they will be f iend vi ry valuable to all who ?i-b ti s> i uts thi it.s ,ie. against sickness Tin y are alike -a'V for c tildren a- for any period of itie. and require no extn attention in diet or to i Intbiog. B liou- an I L ver Oini nlaiats, Dyspcp-isor Indigestion Nervoos Diseases Sick Head at'?, and ia fact ah di.ia es arisian from an Impurt -?-late nt fin Ill io.l ?tr a lisordered state ol ihe stoiitsch or bowels are speedily removed by takirg them. They prevent scurvy costivenesi and its con-eqeeacas, tbire foresea-farinc men should uever be without them: tim> nor climati i il i ? - : lern not. I wo or three doses will con? vince the patient of their salutary effects, for the stomach will re.ti!:') r- eain it. strength, m healthy state of the livei ami bowels will sp cdily take place, and renewed b'altl and vigor of body Mid mind will be the certain re-uit.? Their virtues, in faei m % be -tin.med up, a- a medicint which str- ngthens the ft eble and eooaotiuates the musclsi of the strong, and will be found of infinite value to fe? males of all aj es, (if taken accordmg to the directions,; who wish to ii- set lire from sickness. For aale, wholesale md retail, by 'AM. WATSON apothecary's Hall :u; Csthsrine at. d7 Im J tIMIIOrV?.*J i V E .\ 1*0 MED.?The subscn ? > bei im.hand 90,000 bottles HAARLJEH OIL which be warrants lobe genuine. His motto is " Houesiv ii the best policy ' The subscriber would here express hi. regret thst >t many of his fellow citizens have hitherto permitted ihem ?elves lo be de, ? iv, ,1 and imposed vpun by ilishonesNitel, qiiacks, auctiom er- si d pretenders who offer to sell a hst .?At* i all Haarlssm iblat fourteen shillings per gros? Aiteud strictly to the following : Wrappers printed is ili?- i rman langunge and those ?ith ihirty-six heat!? ari iuvanably ppnrioua . and of i i"se pruned in ihe Englisr not more than on l out of a hundred in genuine, most ol tbein beim ;ir lU- tl in Mew York. All rei-uinc uses an Englishnnd have my name and residence primed on them Tin. is done bv Mr. Tilly the manufacturer ia Holland Thcv hate also my written signature. Th ? Haarleem Oil is used for a variety of diseases. Ii uoeds ao palBug; its u-h alwaya seearo* its r-criu men i?'i.>u. r..ii i- o-d eold? are cured by it without puffing i in the style of Condf dealers. N. It. The undersigned s -iis the best Candi?s (Stuart's) iu New York, hut hi don't tell Cough Candies to cure consumption, sprained ankles and tooth-ache; be leavm that to laire ,i ah r- ai d medical gentlemen; N II. Genuine German Col< cue Water imported by the aadenigm I. CHRISTIAN SYLVESTER, Fancy store No 121 Ka.-t Broadway, One iioor stove Pike-st. N. B. Wan tail ?! lit* above places fjw dozen of th m|iori-d BRITISH OIL. d!8 OR. I?. I,. BRCIVIIAtTFER'M ?;EH MAN Rill I MATIC EMBROCATION.?Thisval uable Embrocatiou bi lung experience in private prac? tice, has been found to be the most valuable preparalioi nCeredtathe public As Rheumatism has biriV-d thi -l.ill of medical s, ience, tr.e proprietor is happy ho has it in h - power to offei a remedy which ha.- never beei known in eny ca-e tu fa.i of giv nz imm- di ite relc f. 229 Hr i*nw v. AprilS, Ml. After mi itirfT- CtO il trial of the thousand and one reine din suggest! d by friends (many of which ware nau-?ou. iii IB r nature, il saTon - me pleasure that I am enabled to sta'c thai l?r. Breuheufer's Embrocation Ins had th. eflea t to era licate all indications of the Rheumatic affec? tion with which I ha\.- bei n troabled, Respm '.fully vours, Bicaed) WJg. T. JENNINGS. For sale by WM. H.BENNETT, lirucrnt. d.l lai 1 THK>r. PILI S er? no longer among those of doubtfu utility, rhey s^iep-ssed sway from the bnndreds ibat are daily launched upon the tide of esprriB.ent.suu ; no* stand before the public as mga tn repuiarjo?. and as ! rxtensively employed.ia all jiErts of ihr United State.-, tae Caaadu, Texas, Mexieo, and the West Indies, as a, y j ajicdicina that has ever been prepared f<r tse relief ol ?uff-riiit mac. They h.ve leju introduced wherever i: ?*as found p. s-itde to carry the n . and there are but few towes tbst do not contain kiu- retuark.ble evid-ncasol their e i d i rf c"s. The c-rt;?ca-e, thai h*?e beeu pre? sented to tue proprietor exceed twenty thousand up ? ,r-J. t f rive uj; died of which are fr?m recular practis in; physicians, who ars tbe m.-si compe.ent jjdj'es of ; their men:.. Often h.,\ ? the ja--? pef r:;ed by this medicine been ' tb* ?u'-je-1 o! editorial commaat in various newspapers i and journa t . an ! ,t may with troth be a.-eerted. that no ; medicine of lb- kind has e?"r rectivsa testimsi.ia!s of greater v-lae than -re attached to ibis. They are in ceneral u-e s.- a family m-cticine. and there are thn j-snd. oi" fsmilres sin declare they arc never sai i-n.d aalass they have a sueply always on band. Tt ey have n i rival ia curirr ?od preventmr Bilious Fevers, Fever and Ague, II..pepsin. Liver C -mplaints. Sick H'adach--. Janasiies, A.tbm... D>opey, Rh-umatisoi, Englarecmeiit of the Spifen Pil?s. Cholic, Female Ob ?troclioo-. Heartburn. Furred Tcugue. Nausea, Di'tec sion of the ???.? .i -'-a and B >?els lai ipi-r.t D srrtaseJTIat nlence. Habi utl Costirenesi1, Los*of Appetite, Blotched o: Salto? Cemph lion, and in all cases of Torpir cf the Boweb. whrre a tathart,c ec aa uperient is needed. They are c.tcecdiuslv mi d in iheit operation, producing oeilher naa ea. i r or 1- !?? :ty Dr Peters' principal Offices 405 Broad war, New. York ; DU Nartn-Mv-.ti street, Thiiadilpuix Price 25 and 50 cut parr box._d3t - I ' 1/ I,' 'V I I _Antl-ICxtortion ami Improvement I Lfi t lit ia f)enti?iry. Persoea desirous of arotdia? the eii.-avag-,nt eiiare-? of Dentists, will rind it advaataseous t.< c til oa V. SHERWOOD, Surgeon Den? tist. 100 Chamber. St. west of Broadway. N. B ?Curio, s and aching t-eth infallibly cared wjtb eat psio. and rendered n?ef jl for many yearn. Incorrupt? ible m ne'sl feth in-erted on vinous systems, from gl to $6. Filltur and cleaaing ia proportion. Whole aetls on the atmosphene preieure principle. d97 1w CE NO. 30 ANN-STREET. vol. i. ><?. 227. I.VM U \.\< K. TUE 1HIWAKU INaiUKA.NCE CO. L'apit u jslLTj 00? ; office No. jl tv all ?-.. i his Com p?ay eouliuses to raise insurance against j,..., or sain igt by fire, .icd inland uavi.ation. DIKJJCT0R5 Renn? If er Havens. William Couch, Najaa Tat lor. B. L. Wool'ey, Coro? .Js W Lswr-uce. .Vie.h Baldwin, J. Phillips Pbrxutx, Naskaoicl Wee I. Join Mot:.ou. FanningC luc'-irr, J.j.cpri B. \ eraum, Meigs D. Beoj uain, DavU L??. John Bank in. Caleb <>. Halsted, John l>. Vt ?ff-. Wuita a W. ICid. Ferdinand t-sydam. Henry ii. Thompson. K. HAVENS, Preti lent Lewu PntLurs. Secrewv. Jrf I :?:;-:? > l.ViR.'ii ??: Ml l?*A? ?>Y.Office Xo. ?7 Wall si.cornerol H mover si?This Compass* continues to insure agaiost losaoi damigebj Fire, on ftuld-ng-. Goods, Wares or Mcrcbnn './.? gener? ally; ar?'i oa Vessels ami Cat go-is, against tu-s o or dam-ay bv miau I uasijuin. on a- favorab e 'erui- si any I n i office. DIREC'IORS. Tu,.m W. Thome, David Rogers. M. I? J.cu Mores, B. K Rnbson. M. D Tboi T. Woodruff, JobuC Met tit, J-.hu R. Davison, J ?? pa Drnki Francrs p. ji..-.-;, .?los!. Fucker, Juu H.I...-. C ' b<\Tunis rbomson Price, J m - K. W hums, Aofoa Biker, J si , ? A len, William ?tebbins, Marlin Hoffman; SamuelUndeibill, Eiisba It mir.. THOMAS IV. TUORNE, P esident ?e.ar.k T H. et Secretary. d3(1 IJKUF. OKU'S AIK-I K.5II r>PoVli I PRICES REDUCED?The public she Id know ras: this Store exceeds any thing ever got ap foa isarming both in point t,f comfort rod economy. If proper!} in nifcH it needs to be replsniahed but once in 31 h ur-. ami then but tnn-c or (but sin ks are sufficient. Over 3l 00 ?f there Stoves have been sold is Boston this season; thi being the third season -line there introduced They arc recui mended by th- mo.t eminent physicians there ant1 in this city. The subscriber wishing lo rein .push the Cookii e Stove business mr. rs the remaii der ef bis stuck I t'o kn.c Stoves at cost He has ua consign men! a few -u, enur ihre.- cotnmncoal Stoves. Also; Cylinders ci various sizes, idao, Maotel Grates, all of ?h eb will be ?obi bi?. J. HILL 35U Wat r sr dlS Im' K?? ??!??> ~PA T GNT .% ?~ fl OX IANO FORTES.?Puichasers and the ,,ub n generally ere ii wied to eui: and n assortment of Pianos now open ct MIL? LET'S Ma-ic Saloon, No. 339 Broadway from the cele? brate.! msaaf clory of Lem lei Gilbert K ston. The manufacturer has recently patented an improve m nt in the action of these instruments, ?h eb te. tires a quickness of touch, and power and beauty of tone truly surpi i-uig. The improvement reeou nends iteelfpartfculariy to ihe itteation of Southern and Westers tradera, as the rim ?diet y ofconstrnction m..k ?? u le-s liable t>. t-et out of or der, and ihus overcomes the obj-ction whieb has loug been fell to the action no v in use. The increasing demand for the instruments, although the imprwemeu' 's?, bean but very recently introduced, i. the most convincing evidence of 'he public es imati m f its superiority. l or -a ?? at MIL) El 'S Music Saloon, So. asf? Broadway dS93m K. II II.I. Ac- nt pT?iY? POBTKa- Sevi gantnesi msen.I and mahogany Pi for Portes, of superior quality, ar>- off. redete >ale at the maoufact ry. No. M West Fourteenth street, between the ?*>tti ?nd 6th avenues, a good ?ssorituent o| Piano Fortes for hire. Second hand Piano fort - tiouaUi ir taken lu cm b iure. it 1 I I ill U'INo. UOtt Boss/cry.?Means of ajtlcrminatipg [)isea-c and promoting Health.?THE DINNER PILL ? Dyspepua i? a derangement of tho digestive functions, .iccasioning an interruption in the organs concerned in the progress of digestion. Indigestion is certainly Iks most iie'|ueiu if all diseases; it is met with in every country, iu every das. of lociety, ui avery .?uson of tlio year. Devoid of lh" dangers which itleud other disease;. It is nevertheless distressing to the patitut. puisouing nil the sources of enjoyment, and leading in many instances to the miseries ol confirmed melancholy. The Vegetable DINNER PILL, sold at 236 Bowery, is particularly in ?ended to eradicate all morbid accumulations of the - to mach. To accomplish ihi. end, one or two o' these Pills should ba takea soon after dinner. They assimilate with tic food tskcti into the stoiuicii, streiivllun the dtecstit'i rgnas, aud restore the stomaci mid bowel, to their natu? ral and healthy state, removing th* cause of headache, ppression, Ac u-ualiy felt by th.' dyspeptic aft-r eating. Die DINNER PILL may lie taken nt any lime, either ! i r night, but the time moat snitable is soon after dinoer r tea. If the stomach and buwcls are much out of order ai d eoatJnad, the invalid should commence nitk taatug three <r four at badtime,which is -uifi' ie:-!. in all ordinary ca es. to unload the beweis of its oppressive accumulations; after which make daily use of the DINNER PILL, and et thcui be takiu soou after dining. They will set as h .?e.itle aaaistatft to uatare in her elforta. TMe Dinner Pill is for'ala only at Nu. ?.'firi Bowery, by Hi. Proprietors IIOLDRIDGE41 CO Copyriahtsecured dSS6 ' JII..EK PaaATE?VVMTTHOMtSON, N ? ' William ?tr-et. continues to manufacture Silver Ware if the Best description, and of the latest pattern... Autoi a i variety of articli; he would enumerate ttic following us *?urtiiy of Jttentn i;. Presentation Vuaea, richly chased ami appropriately le-i"ned do Pitcher.-, round and oblong W alter-, with ich chased and iirape vine pattern edg..s, Tet air1 Coffee 'ervices, richly ch -ed. aisia aiM aoticue (?ct.erii-, cuke <ud frun Baskets, in the m ist modem taste and e| gently finished; Dessert Fruit Knives aud Furks, -ilw jiade-, Chi Ureu'- Mags, chased aad plaiu patterns, f.rks and sjpooas, kiusr threaded, and pl.iu thread, d pnuerca. The whole of these articles are manufactured on the jreun.es, of sterling silver, aud no care ur expense i ?parsd iu the beauty of the workuuu-hip N B. Orders by Ictier puoc'nally attended to. .lit Im Tooth Ache?Ueiesrad name. Me t JUstlr damned to e.erlisllng fame.' nrULV will you s..tTer w th Tooth ache, when you vv cm have It cured for i!? els '. warranted U'Ver to ?che sgaio. SutT-srers are invited to . all and test the uteri'.? of my Verve Pa-te. a certain sua safe remedy. Price. 3 rhit mg-. Docayed Teeth tiiH,.! in las be-t inauiier for $1 lo I. Oiler Operations according!/. Dr. Pearson. Sur ??in De a list. 143 Canal street d6 lo?" ?- IVE PBICE STORE-Gen?etnen vbbu purchase good ekeap Clothing, would do weil to call ?i l it} Cbaica.n street, where they caa find garments at :ne foUowing pricis. Cloth Coats. fJ U. 113; Cloth Jacketr. 41 10 ?.; Stll iutt Paatj! ,$1,75 to $-J.7i ; l. loib Panto |3 to It I n\ 3m JACOB COGSVV ELL BIFFALO ROBES! BUFFALO ROBES Several nundrrd BufTilc Robes, recently purchi-'d at the N. A Far Ca's auction sale for sale v. ry cheap by | tne bale or sinale skia. Ai-o. a variety of ?let^h Robes lacdsniaely trimme I, it t'-e Hit, Cap and f.ir at r of dll \n\- S TI'TI'I.K. I'M i U.una.1, .viin-.. put11 ii?sHfeis. a r<;i,tss cVc. r Ac for the Holiday".?A splendid aatortoteatof aesr llld rictl roods Ii l tfered at low p'tees, lev MERRIT rS i PA ?E, 100 Bo #rrv, dti3 rtf si. l :?*. Mr .nd-.'. -?lilt ?l IS K. 1S S OF Bl I' 1 E K?-eiecte ?J'/U with great cars from the t.e.t dairt-. of Dela 1 county, bv a person who has had tweatt eight years -.tpenence in the bunce-s. and iLte.i led expressly for fimdy u :e For sale at No 1?7 Ced.tr ;u 3d dw.r, in any ?jusiiiity to su.t purchasers. Shippers, .irocer., Keeps s af Hotels, Victualling, bouses ind private families are par tcubuly requested in call aad see for thetnselves. They ao rely en be-ng supplied with au srtiele tn t will givj them perfect satisfaction, on as iond terms as e.n t,e had in the city. AARON GREGORY, d9 Im*_WILLARD IDE. D VING A N I) r'KI N i IN'i !?.SI'ABLISHM K.VI . OryiC-No. Ill William. cOKSXKOr JoHrT-3T. * LL KISU< OF srll.K-i. COTTON AND WOOLEN .4. GOODS DYED, restored and dressed. iucit.rj,cr ' and ireallemsiu'- garmests. ssch as Dresses, Coals -bawls. Crepes, Ve'.'.^ta, Kihbona. Mennoes, Hosiery, Csssimeres. Carpels.. Tsog:, Piaao and Table Covers. W iu ? Shade-, ft e_ Ac <t/39 ttm* ^l li.SaB IJOI ME TlOI AftHE?-Fraie qua C3 lity ts'ygir House Mola-ses in hhds. tierces and b?l?, far sale at UCKERiHAC.^EN'o Sugar Reafnery. - Rose sr. dil lm*_ I IIEAPI CHEAP 1 C'HEAPr ?JAM'??> V7 _ JE RVIS'S Cheap Engraving and Priming OSes t Visiting Card Plate engreved and fifty Cards for oa y II 50. All other Enrraving at ?J^L?%Z?t1S'?. Ple-a: call ?cd examica srseariasecs. No. 49, (.ourt^rdj-.. OL'TCHER, BEHHM dk PLATT, Attorneys. Solicitors ana1 Caansfllors. eu? i- j/? i _ _r . ( Salem Dctihss Office No. 31. ? ,* .tew-ierk. } , N o.y,0LB MercKanta' Excaartga. \ y WaU-sL-eet ) ta27-tf (O. H. Plait. J _W A ft T S._ \ \ ' A > rjE D?situations fur goo d Sc uch. American ?? and English anrxM itismsiTi itm, Irish Protestant .na colored uK.'k?, clumber o.a;J, aoj nouseiuaid*. Ap ?:y at 45o" Bros Iway. j;g ;M I A' A> T K 5?-S Bali - tot ; . .. , jth city " ? ret" rence .or years ; al-o ?mall boy* tor orftces snj - !'.nu?r?ic4 isberer?. Ac. Apply at 156 tlroadwav. No cftargM durum ?iater. d?N lm 1 A1> TK D?A B >y ol foc*l moral*, sIhiui 16 years '? ct > k an the Book-biadinj business." e)o* ?ho can bo'nl *ub bis pareats ?iil be preferred. Apply ,t 1 j sac street. alt? u" ? U?T.?A certil ite of TWENTY SHAKES of tbe I a Jamaica and Brooklia Bau broad Sio. k iu favor ,sf loo. L. Ni rtou. Jr. Application wiUbe asade to the Com ' iav. at their olfive, ou the Iii!? of Jaaaaiy Leat. for s ue at ..-US, ate._ dlti 4?" l,V\l Kl.l.feA i Bil.tKU A *1> KOts.viN Cs can bo bad by Ladies and Gentlemen, m a Jcltgkifa I .... i .tone's throw front Broadway', Apply at 11 V? lercer street, aear the eoraer of Prince. nitj tf r>t?\ir. is? And ahsnosotne nafbr isbed eparunenl > cau b- ob.a-nel ay a gentleman and ais wife, for ?t er week, at ?? Monroe ?t.' oJ0 B UAKIt t 1 .'" M.i;u-su-eet,arespectabl Some and cheap enough. ,129 I m" I .?<?.* 14 t> Ol.r or t*0 pi a-aat r.C-u be ol'? ' * lain Ml with ltour.1. b> applying si TT Harra? street. lef-reecea exchaegrd dS8.1?r* I SOAK VS.Mi BE IH( M>. -The sul ? nber. D rissme Otts d u.> the 1 urge a id comm > liou? bouse, at irnerof Howard aad'Elut-streel*. only ose hkek '-"iv Broadway, khere ttenil'aien can base gcud board n 1 pie nun room- at $2 5.' per week. A so ganthtmen u I their ?nr, ?>.! reasonable t-rus. by applying st No. ' Howard-street,entrance in Elm, d29 lm IJtfiKI>lr>6-S gentleman sad Bis wile, or two ? ' -maI- gentlemen can bs accommodated ?itti good ? ? .-.: .it No. 4" Fulton stn eu Also, two or three persons i he .ceorn jiodsted with dinner. >t29ti' "?? \ It V ANS? USSOUm lay be obtained in apri ?> ?? tefamih by n?plyuut at306 Hu.i-.-u-m. je7-if HOB ?Ali?.?the goo I wi , stock a fixtures of 1 a Secsr Sioro, silu.ated on the west tide of Broad ?-ji. in one i f ihe mo-t c irra' pi ices, acd cne <,f the Idest stands in tbeeitv, and doing mexc Heat business, i !.-.?. Bos No '!?.", le.wer P-i i ?-. d'O iw Ml ?I I, t*. I ?2 6 le It- i let . heap lit all!? IS l W iter-slreeL Inspire . lite occupant. ?124 if w* BAUlsAML?Eigbi ... .mi,- Lots 25 b, 123 Iii? foi set"- I fronting on < !' 1 n and I on \\ a-lung ion tvet.ties, Brooklyn; section 5?'. n xt but one to the Bid or I Road, com nanding a pe-f cl vie" ? f Brooklyn sad t !? l.'ilv? oil" oi the mo-t de-ir thl* hull liue spots on ihe I land. w.II he .- 'Iii at sue ion I-i F ? ru ry, unless pre .11 It-old at private aale. Address note to >l491 Park 'ost OtBce."_d2< if Jtsa WABTK t> to extbangi lor a tirst-raie Farm l.ot or lor , t, am lots >a ibi- city,four Boas. ? and Loia la f-e, located ia this city, The buildings are brick, and mil in ihe best manner, and nil re * and w. Ii in. The ?hove property will be earcbanged Cur a best-rale Farta, ? ch cool buildings on the -aim- and to be s. itniii 15 or 10 inde- fietn ibi ? city, or ?? ill be eat hanged ft r gi-ud ?a c mi Iota well located ? u the west side of ihe city. The beva Houses md Lots are all on the west aide snd is v' od streets. A note udilrt?. id '<? I? B. P. ar ibis i dice, wting place of intervh ? ? it I receii a attentido, dl!3 ?*" alii LET, Ironl Parlor, Russia Lou Firstes Mai bin Mantle, and pitied furniture?with Bed Booms in a Genteel Modera limit houa???na iood It ard. T?o Single Genilem a,can benlaoaccom odaied fbe family, very am ll and private. Apply 41 ? .s.. it, Sir^ -t. .14 lm* Jss^ ?OtS.'IfS T<# ?7ii I ?A room aud h'tl roots lu?Lwitn cl.v-els, pantries ,Vc. suitable lor a sinaill aiuo^. \ so, one utrge room, eatraordinarily well lighted, suitu !e lor a woi It-shop. Inquire On the premises of e.M tf JOHN LCiCKE. ia rear of 31 Ann at. hOU sVaI,!-* ?>k EXt isAiViTk-a BW Country Seat, 10 miles from ihu c.iy, located in tueena County, L. I. containing upwards of SO acreae r-t rate land. The buildings are one double boose, ino crn finish, with unites, marble mantles, lolding-doore, v. , pztra kit. ht u. ul?i>. 2 large barns, wagon-house, car .ue" house, shop, granary, poultry bouse aud yard, n.s tou'e. wiui all other conveniences necessary for a largo ainily. The fr'tit ia of the best kind and in uvcry variety: ppi-i:, .berries, Jcc. in aimadanc". A lary.i: amount of the money i?uy remain on bond and Ui :t.- ii'.-. or Brookll ii or New-York cjlv properly would ?ken in exchange. Addieas L. M.Jsj. at ikisotRea -2f) tf_ -jgL UAK4biA.INM! H A UtU AINU!?Pot ^^ssl jale or exchange, in tracts of handsome Laud, cone ? laming 135 acres each, soil of a superior quality, ratered witn fine streams, and covered withfiae timber, uch as white wik, hickory, beach, walnut, miipl? aud t. nnore. The koilie adapted to wheat, rye corn, outs, iltlon, tobacco, sweel ami Irish pirtatoea. The ubovn inda will be sold at icduccd pries, end on terms to .nit, or they will bo exchanged for almost itu) kind o nercbandize. Por map-, diagrams and particulars, n^plv i-Ml PH A W HI I'MdHK, lb John ft. up stair*, ul tf i;()OK-Ki;KIM.\(i. 'MIIE Counting Rooms of ?'. C. MAKSH.gti Cedar I sirei-t, continue -pen frota y a. M. to * P. >l in or ler that merchants snd others niay avail themselves of a I course of instruction thai is truly practical; one that em hi ace* a complete leutina of mem*atile iiansacliova and mercantile cmenUtinas; and oae m wnieh the student ac ually keep, a sei nf tmoks in a counting bouse. To those viioare auacquaiatad svitfa ths advertiser's reparation, in desires to say. thai hij principal wotk on book-keep i?g In- p i is?d iii'n ten editions, thui it receii es too pre o euce in ike New-York Public Schools uml olbei large itistitutiuns ; end ihn he, himself, has the honor of bnnr D-appointed tcacherof b ok keepng for the '? .Mercantile i.ibrary Assoejation" of this city. Prospectuses, with .inns mi) be had at the counting roou,. as above ill.'j Im" _ i KiM ii mii.liNi;ky, " ?l?:t Brortdvray uml l itt i 2 Bowery. \| lt?. H KI.O.M., (Su.-soi to A. J fcagol, *s formerly a. A Motl.) respectfully informs her 'it nda and t.;. publii gi nerally, that she will np< u on the '."cii inrt. a large assortment Cap-. Head l)res.-s, Tur lus, aad ?Ii. re the public ?ill receive the mos' suiisfuc <rv iltentron. Alt- N K avail heraelfef this opportunity of thanking he public for the v. ry extensive iHitronsgo tbo ha* re \ ed -n c ? tier commencing in 1-4 I, mid begs t > .^?sjre hem of lo-r renewed exertions Ui merit ibrir saj.port. .JtT_aj?|-_ ?7<UP8BIOB li.AiUP Oils. 'I he gen i .: n7 O plaiai of the quality of Lump Od for family use, lias iiduc d llie subscriber lo open and oiler I'l the "decliai.lr al Lainn II ipot of Mr. Diacon dl)7 Broadway for thn sale of . i article oi redaed Sperm Oil,' prepared by au improvt d r ,. c --. aud under h... pi rsonal taperin'endeaca, wb eh or purity and In liaacy of light will be found lomseithe ? t-henau l went the pair, u ige of every person usina It. ; mu,.|-s may t,,. -e n of sarioas qualitiea ami priese at the ili-:.!. tvtiere orders will be promptly ?-xecuits?!, cither for amtly u-e o' tit ? tta 'e, on llie most reaannable terms. Urdersfor Bruoklya will be ree ived at the Itefinery, 30 bipsl or 188 Bridge st. KUVV ?RH doyle, ,PJsj if Agent for the Union Oil Itef-nery [OUN W.IKB'H'H, Sweep Smelter aud Re ?* liner in general No. it John-street, New York. Par aast i of Jeweler's and Silvsrsmith's PolisblofS, 'umicings, Lewell?, Parting Hur-, i oarse 8ilser B?r-, ,,. ??. ililt an i pi tied Metat'a. Bookbinder's Ils^s. etc. ace .10 le ll'lIlfE HONE a.-a-ipe .rani. I ?r v: ? U Honey, fron Oswego county, ia boxes of 15 or 20 ounds for aale by GASSNER A V.'L'NG, d- l tjl 1 I i L'halha ii at. ?>\m\ W-? OliH A Pi |s RKIK RAII.K'MD - WINTER ARRANts'EMEN i 'Haul further uotn a, one Passet ?er l .-uio daily (excep- Sundays; will rur. in COSneCtlOa a Ith Ike .team .oat I TK.'a. Cap! a. H. Schal.*, from th(. fact <-l Albs ay .treet, N. Y. a> tol owo . L ave. New York st -\ o'clock. a M. Leave Uosneu " S " " " Trains for the conveyance >.f freight will leave each termination on Tuesdays, Thursdays an t eutuidaya, at ?lie tame hours as the Pa--eng. r Praia*. ? ? tf H. c. SKYMiil't;. s> iptrintendeat. A ?'Me. II? BOWERY i-. lecidedl/ the be Vestablichmeet m New-York to gel bargain* ia the MB ll'.'.i snd ?boe line; you have only to call to be ***** convinced. Ladies', Gentlemen's. Mil es, Boys'and Chil lrras Boots, Shaea and GalKra, in all their variety, of ay own mncufaclure an.', wurruxt'-d fir.-: r-t?, at prune .o itut ihe times. Likewise a large assortment of good otie'rv work, which wfll he ' vai? cheap. jy2om WILL!.*. K AGATE, iM Bowery. C 4! tlfc .?i> D rs*#? AT SI RIBNER AI <>?'' GREAT CATHARINE BOOT AND mice market, tj cstha rinc s rest, y - u caa find Boou j.id Shoes h.lf the nation, Tbe'iiieape t xt? b st in allcreanon. p., , prises itie most splendid a,sortmeatof ?j ", 1*., i .h-" ever oAVeu. sad at prices thai cannot be ^ i men'afiaaCslf Water Pro-f boot* 13 Met*. ?5 ?ui Dress do, fr >m f2 lo $4 ; apUneud Gaiter* for ?V-ic- t 8' 58 I ' 82 ? u isses Gaitera Men's Daacing i.iter-. I ? ? ' ' '"">?' *nd Youths' BooU Dg tapply f Mi?aes' and beat yon ever raw at1 7J res dla lm . ii acut?too; h ache( - Ci e ,., ibr-- utinute.?Tne sp' plic t. ui of this remedy h?? m everj - ? -ia.. provedeflectail m alierm liagthepiin, and making s perma? nent cu.-e. wph ui ih- le -t n jury to thsoih r teeth It' w ami smell *?at??ltet. are both sgreesble, aad it ? lit also , / g5^^rdi'ive th" v1'" m ?uni*ccc** -lonedby'eold or mfiimmaiiou. when t'ac ta^th are not ' icayeal a ranaJJwill satablish the^fae?. 8o d by A. B. - aneaacCo eoraar B oa i??> and Chambers sr. Or*nite Bunding: a.B. H D-Sands, 13 Folwn at. -B'^' Broadway.