GALENA AND CHICAGO UNION
RAILROAD COMPANY.?NOTICE TO STOCK?
HOLDERS.? Nutte? I? hereby given to the .Stockholder*
ofthe Galena and Chicago Union Railroad, that an inatal.
ment of three dollars on ?ach abare of the capital atock of
the Fir*t Division uf said roud hoc been calledi payable on
the 10th day of December next. By order of the Board of
Director*. W. M. LA It RA BEE, tiec'y. n25DitWtD10
PAGE, BACON & CO. BANKERS,
BAN KRANCISCO, Califonda draw ai sight or on
time, in turns to suit purchasers, on
and on PAGE *: BACON, St. Louis, Mo. payable at most
of the prominent points in the Staiea. Col ecliona attended
to and proceeds remitted promptly. W il, also attend to
?ales of Produce and Merchandize for parties residing
nhroiuL PAGE, BACON St CO. Sun Krancisco.
PAGE k BACON St. Louis, Mo.
Refer to Messn. Drew, Robinson it Co. New-York.
ROCKY BAR MINING CO. D1VJ
DEND ?The President and Secietarv having recent
ly returned from .California, hereby notify Stocahoiden
%rhose cerlificates'were issued prior to the "the Ith Wist.that
a Dividend has been declared of 100 per cent or 8250 per
ahare, out ofthe operations ofthe Company since the month
of June last, ami that the same will be paid on and after the
6th day of December next, at the office of the Company, in
the city of New-York, at which lime new certificates will
betsB?edon surrender of the old.?Dated, New-York, 9th
Nov. 1650. PHILO D. MICKLES, President.
Jas. Delavaw,Secretary. nn iw?
OCKY BAR MINING CO. Ne. 74
WALL-ST ? This Company having taken poiwessiou
of a suite uf rooms at itie above number, on the 2d floor, the
undersigned will open a Stock book and issue certificates
to applicants on ana after the 20lhinston the following
conditions: 1st, 810? per share, in bankable money: 2d,
not more than |0<> shares lojone person. Office hours, from
10 tol o'clock. New-York, Nov. ik, 1850,
PH ILO D MICKLES, President.
James Delavan, Secretary. nI94w
ROCKY BAR MIN1NG COMPANY,
CALIFORNIA ?The Subscriber hereby gives no?
tice, that he has sold all his Interest in the said Company,
and that he ia neither a Shareholder or Director thereot;
and that his name has been used as Director of the suid
Company, without his authority or consent. Dated New
York, Nov. 27. 1?50. [n281w*] HENRY BANGE.
B~ANK1NG HOUSE OK J. CARO
THERS it CO. No. 15 Wood-at. PITTSBURGH, Pa
?Collections made on all the PRINCIPAL CITIES of lb*
UNITED STATES. Reference In New-York, Messri.
Wlnalow, Lanier it Co. 52 Wall-al nil7tf
New-York, Nov. lb', l?S?
BOWERY BANK.?An Election for
Directors of this Institution will be held, at the Bank?
ing House, 163 Bowery, on Tuesday, Dec. 3, between the
hours of 12 M. and 1 P.M. Per order of the Board.
niatDecl N. O BRADFORD.Cashier.
RY GOODS AT REDUCED
'PRICES.?Cloths, C?s*imorea.|Merinos, Alpacas, Par?
amattas, Silks, Woobn Plaids, Long Shawls, Blankets,
Flannels, Linons, Diapers, Towels. Crash, Table Cloths, Stc.
also, damaged Piinta, Oe Laines all wool Cashmere, Blan?
kets, Cloths, tic. for sole by WM. MATHEWS, CO Culbe
rlne-at. d2 3i*
S~HEPHERI)'S MAUD?Or GENTLE^
MEN'S SHAWL..?This article is uaed In Scotland, for
frotection agaitiBl rain and cold, as a promenade garment
n England and this country U Is becomingextensWely used
for the aanio purpose, as well as in carriages, railroad cars
and steamboats. As a bed-blanket, in traveling, nothing
can exceed it for comfort, A full aseortment from the Bay
State Mills, for sale by WM. T. JENNINGS St CO. 231
Broadway, New-York, wholesale and retail dealer! in
ready-made Clothing. o28 tf
UPERFINE SHIRTINGS?The Wil
lianipvitlo Company's Medal Premium Shirtings. 39
nch Brown and 37 Inch Bleached, for sale bv the Agents,
u2I tf NESMITH it CO. 50 aiid 52 Plne-st,
CALICO PRINTERS' BLANKETS",
Lapping and Sieve Cloth, Type Printers and Engraver*'
Blankets, Roller, Cleaver anil Jacket Cloths, for sale by
myll C. B. LE BARON, 55 Pine-sL
EW-BED KORD STEAM MILLS
I COTTONS?300 packages, comprising the differeni
qiialilleB, bleached and unbleached, made bv the N. B. S M.
Co. for sole by NESiMITK It CO.
n21 tf 50 and 52 Plne-st.
CORDOVA PLAINS?20 packages,all
wool, Gray Negro Cloths, for aale by
n21 tf NESMlTH 4i CO. 50 and 52 Plne-st.
lfl/?LTH?M COTTONS?200 pack
* ? agea, different widths and qualities, BoBton Manu?
facturing Co.'s fabric, for sale by NESMITH it CO.
n21 If 5" and 52 Plne-st.
C~OLORED C??TTn?S?50 packages
Blue, Wine and Mixed Coatings and Green Bockinga
foraaleby (n2l ifl NESMITH 4t CO. 50 and 52 Plne-st
T\ A N K EENS?50 cases in 10 yard pieces,
1" for sale by NESMITH k CO.
n2i It 50 and 52 Plne-st.
JL LNG8.?150 cases fine and low priced, at 3 10 6 cent*,
for tale by frnyl I) C B LE BARON. 55 Pine-at.
B~17?E~Tnd CAN AR Y~PlUNirS.?A |
new and superior article, fast colors, for sale by
myll _C. B. LE BARON,55 Ptne-st.
ROWN SHEETINGS.?150 bales Sa
'ilaburv, Eagle, Molrawk Valley, and other slyies, fa
sale low by Imylll C B LE BARON. 55 pine-at
\\f AT ER-CURE IN STIT UT E?CITY
w v Binl COUNTRY.?Dr, TRALL receives Padentsat
the commodious cuv establishment, 15 Laight-at and ai
Oyster Bay, L. I, Communication daily between thes?
places by tteamboatjand railroad. General PracticeaUeud
t-d to. Consultations $5. ? n20|iir
R. T. L. NICHOLS, ami Mrs. COVE
? 'NICHOLS, f!7 West-Twenty-second-st, third bouse
from Sixth-ttv. Patients lakou for full board or day treat
ment, or treated at their residence*. Consultations from 10
to 2 ti5 l m>
R. SHEWS WATER-CURE [NSTI
TUTION, corner Twelfth-at and Univeraity-placo.
ORANGE MOUNTAIN WATER
CURB.-Dr. CARL LORENZ has succeeded Dr.
Meeker in the Medical Direction of ibis Institution. The
establishment It situated in South-Orange, Essex County,
New-Jersey, one hour's ride from the City, bv Morris arid
F.ssirx Railway. Visitors lake the Ferry-boat at the fool of
Cortland-st. at 8 A M and at 3] P.M. "Private Balh? lire
attached to most of the Padenta' rooms. a27tf
lASTiU ( JTION,
MUSIC?An experienced English Ladv
of Christian principles, who has just arrived at Non -
York, from London, with the highest letters< f introduction,
is prepared to receive u limited number of private pupils to
instruct in Music, in which she is proficient Terms?two
dollars a month, two lessons per week, payable In advance
Residence, (the same as was formerly MUs Janson'a,) 71
Varick-ef. cor. of Vestry. For sale.'a mahogany Piano,
modern case, in good order?price $H0. d2 im
PRIVATE INSTRUCTION.?A grail
uateof a New-England College, who bus for twelve
years been engaged in leaching, is desirous of giving pri?
vate Instruction to any students ID College or otherwise who
may desire It, in surveying, engineering, and the mathema?
tics generally embraced in the College or University course
with the higher branch of the French Analysis, instruction
will be given at his own or at the residence of Ma pupil*
upon moderate terms Address " Algebra," Tribune office.
n4 Ilm o..'
THE COMMERCIAL AND CLASSI
CAL SCHOOL, 75 Henry-st consisting of three de?
partments, in complete order, i-i now open. See lull adver?
tisement. (o7 iawtfj SOLOMON JENNER, Principal.
TEACHER WANTED?To supply a
vacancy in School District No. s. New-town, near
Kewnuurket, New-Jer?ey. Apply toettber ofthe Trustees,
Asa F. RANDOLPH, Dan'i. 0. Van Winkle, Isaac S.
rflHE LIFE and ANTIQUE SCHOOLS
JL ofthe NATIONAL ACADEMY OF DESIGN will
tie reopened for ihe season on MONDAY EVENING. Deo.
2. Artist* and students desirous Of entering either School
aro requested to present themselves at ihe rooms of the
Academy, 661 Broadway, on that evening, at 0* o'clock
The Antique School will be opened during the day for
Ladles, if a class sufficiently large sha.i be formed. Appli?
cant* will outer their name* at the Academy. u28 -it*
ALADY" who has had many years' ex?
perience in leaching the Piano, Forte having now a
few boors at her disposal, wishes to take one or two more
Pupil* to instruct, either at their residences or ber own.?
Address E. 8.Tribune Office. nil tm
f^OAL-*$6, $6 75, of all sizes?Reil
^Aah, first quality?a good size for Air-Tight Stoves;
aim, Cumberland Coal for smith's use. H. PElRCEY,
i.C7 lm* 95 Eldrldge-st. between Broomo and Grand stt.
^PJCACH ORCHARD, EGO AND STOVE, ?6 15,
White Ash, Egg and Stove, ?6
I f paid la cash at the office T. STO K ES D i C K E RS 0 N,
'?'?' tf ^_1?7 Anthony-st. uear Broadway,
? ^(?X,7?RED or WHITE ASH at low^
" ' ettnagket prices; tmail Nut.$5 50; large Nut $8 50;
Si-'Vf or Egg, $f. 75. Let* if taken from boats. At yard,
47!' tlroome-at near Wooater, and 313 Bowery.
*H3m*^ J. WEEKS, Jr. it NEPHEWS,
i }0AL?I am selling COAL, as usnal,
V> of the BEST QUALITY cheaper than any other deoJ
*r in the city, from my yard, corner of King and Greenwich
(ol0 6w?) PETER CLINTON.
AT PRIVATE SALE, two desirable
BUILDING lots.sUuatedooihe North side ol fifty
sixth-street, between the Sixtuand Seventh-avenues, com?
mencing one hundred und seventy-five feet East of the
Seventh-avi nuc, each Lot being in oi/.e 25 feet front and
rear, by 100 feet S Incites in depth.
Also, two Loin of ground on the South side of Fifty
seventh-Street, directly in rear of the above, commencing
200 eetEas'. fthe Seventh-avenue, each oftheaame (Inten?
sions. A portion of the purchase moiie, ca" remain on bond
and mortgage. For price and former particulars apply to
ANTHONY J BLEECK.GR. Auctioneer,
d21w No. 7 tfrjad-street.
PRIVATE SALE.?The Front and
Rear House and Lot of Ground, 62 West Seventeenth
et. between Sixtli ami Seventh avs. Tiie front bouse is
bui;t of brick, 3 stories high, wlih baaement -md counter cel.
lar, finished in good siyie, wilb marble mantels in parlors
Sic. l roton water il toughout R-ar hnnse i" a frame, two
storit s high, ? ith brick basement 2-i by 20 feet. Both bnilt
by the owner. Size of lot 25 by 98 feel9 inches in depth
For further particulars apply to
nail lw A. J. BLEECKER, Auctioneer, 7 Brond-st
rpo BUILDERS AND MANUFAC
X T?RER3.?For aale the24* years' unexpired LEASE
of LOT No. 68 Aitorney-at. with the buildings, ice. on the
seme Possession as may be agreed upon. Apply to
HIRAM RUSSELL.68 Attorney-si. Immediately.
P. S.?Now occupied by the advertiser as a Carpenter's
Shop. n29 3t*
OWN YOUR HOUSE AND LOT.?
125 BUILDING LOTS in Jersey City, on the Rail?
road, within four blocks of the Kerry, and can be reached
in fifteen minutes from Broadway. Prices from $300 to
6'fiHi. Terms?if built on in one year, $50, cash; balance
can remain five years at six percent. 'Paves InJersyCity
uro less than onequarler of what they are in this cily,
Brooklyn or YVilUauisburgh. Great improvements are be?
ing made in the vicinity und these lots rapidly rising in
Lots with wharf privilege and water front to lease. For
maps or other information apply to
028 SmlawM* CIIAS J. SMITH, 50 Maiden-lane.
I^OR SALE ON STATEN [SLAN D.
-A desirable HOUSE AND LOT, near PORT RICH?
M?ND, situated on the road to Richmond Village, about
one mile from the landing. Tte House is a two story frame
building, with piazza front and rear. There is a good gar.
den, with fruit trees, shrubbery, Jcc. Possession given on
the 1st of May nvxL Apply io
nlSlawtf EMERSON k PRICHARD, 10 Wall st.
BmLDING LOTS it; BROOKLYN.?
A large number of LOTS, on State, Atlantic, Paci
he, Dean and Powers sis. between Powers-sL and the Fifth
avenue, for sale on easy terms. Inquire at the office on the
premises on Atlanlic-st. beyond Powers, and of
H. C. ADAMS, 46 Jauncey Court,
n29eod2w* Wall st. New-York.
)R SALF OR~T(TTeT.?four
JL HOUSES in the new block of first-class stonn front
houses on Twenty-third-St. between Fourth and Lexington
avenues. $2.IM'(i ?f the purchase money will be tnken in
city or Century property, und u large portion of the balance
can remain on bond and mortgage, Apply to S.RICH?
ARDSON, fib East Twenty-third-st. before lb and after 3
o'clock, or to J. PARIS, 9 Nassau-si- Keys at tho build?
ings. nl3 tleod
F~OR SALE.?The 2h yours Hnexiiiroii
Lease of the very convenient II story and basement
House ins Delancy-et. 2 story piazza on rear, with folding
doors on the 2d and sliding doors ori the first floor. With
marble mantels, <tc. Crolon in counter cellar, wash place,
also in basement, 2d ami 3d floors Possession immediate
Iv. Apply to C. <'. P1NCKNEY, Esq. 92 Stamon-at. or io
ft. RUSSELL at 18'tDelincy-sl. _n2-J il*
AT PRIVATE SALE.?A very pro
- ductive FARM for sale, or exchange for New-York
or Brooklvn property, the very desirable homestead for
Winter arid Summer residence, situated in Madison. Mor?
ris County, N.J. less than a mile from the village und the rail?
road depot, containing about 70acres of line land in orchard,
wood and rich meadow, well watered with a never-failing
rivulet and two ponds. 106,000 to $8,000 will be paid in
cash In addition to the farm. In exchange. For full par?
ticulars and description, apply to
r,27 lw COLE 4: CHILTON, 9 Wall st.
AT PRIVATE SALE.?The two story
brick House and Lot known as 15 Rooaevelt-SL Slso,
the brick from House arid Lot known as 22 CbesnuWet,
Also, Ihe brick front House and Lot known as 319 Third-st.
For price, terms and further particulars of the above, ap?
ply to ANTHONY J. BLEECKER,
n27 lw Auctioneer, 7 Br nd-sL
BROOKLYN PROPERTVl?r SALE.
-The valuable BRICK DWELLING-HOUSE and
FOUR LOTS OF GROUND situated on the north-west
corner of Court and Scherinerhorn sts. a central and most
rapidlv Improving part of the city, two blocks south of the
Citv 11 till The House recently built in Did most substan?
tial'manner, and replete wilh modern conveniences, has
been occupied onlv bv the owner, and is In first-rate condi?
tion. It will be sold wilh or without the adjoining lots.?
Terms easy. Apply on the premises of
n2tilw* EDGAR HICKS.
F^?rTsALE OR EXCHANGE FOR
YORK ISLAND PROPERTY a beautiful FARM of
111(1 acres; 30 acre* good wood, 20 do. good orchsrd grafted
fruit, good fence and buildings; Ij nine from Cold Spring,
3 do. from HicksvtiJe, For description call on A. B. AM
MERMAN, 20 Chambers-st n6 luv
FIrITbRIcY MANUFACTORY and
CLAY BaNK for sale.?Tue salamander works are
offered for sale (m essy terms For further particulars up
nlv at the office and Depot, 54 Cannon-SL N. Y. or at the
Works, Woodbridge, New-Jersey. nr> Im"
BILLIARD TABLES FOR SALF,
WITH THE IMPROVED CUSHIONS.?Gentlemen
wi.-i.ing to purcharc tables would lind it to tlieir advantage
lo call in l<>3 Elm-st at the Billiard Table fucory n. ar
Walker, where llu v can save at least 25 per cent for cn.Il
on all ariic'es m ihe trade. Rosewood, mahogany and
black walnut tables made loonier for private houses. S.c
ou i I and tables tnki n in exchange Old ensh ons allured
to the Improved. They are warranted never to get out of
order. All ordeis strictly attended 10.
o. if L. O GORE, 10". Elm-st.
npO LET?The LECTURE ROOM of
-? the Society Library Bui.ding, rurner of Broadway
and Leonard-et for Sabbath days. Apply to THOMAS S.
MILLER, 517 Greenwich st. niOluC
I^?RNISHED B??S> LET. -
. Thetliree-atory house, 252 tVeal Thirieenth-at furnish?
ed throughout, lias Croion in, and cold and hot baths. In?
quire at 2iK WeSl Kifteer.th-st. Possession immediate.y.
rT^?"_LE'r?Thf txicus-ue VINERIES
-I and GARDEN at Andalusia, hucr-sCo Pa ou the di?
rect line of railway between Now-Yurk and Philadelphia.
The graperiee nresuj posed to tie the largest iu Hie United
States Apply, either by le ter or iii person, to CRAIU
B1DDLE.6I South riuirib si. Philadelphia nun lw
TO LET?Furnished or Unfurnished, to
a snia-l family without chinlre-, the Upper Pan of a
two story HOUSE, situatod hi 157 High-si. Bro >klyn., I. I .,
within lOminutes' walk of Fulton Ferry. References giv?
en and required. For particulars inquire as above. ii2:' til
OUsE AM) LOT IN BROADWAY
TO LEASE?The House and Loi, 2-5 bv 100, Rim
Broadway, to Lease for a lerm of years. Possession im?
mediately. Apply to VALENTINE t) HALL, Iii Qra?
in arcy Park, Twentielh-si between Fourth avenue and Ir?
ving Place, at y A.M. or li P.M. nU7 1 w
rt\} LET?Rooms, large and small, over
Jl- our present store?entrance iu Dey-sL?suitable for
offices, Pad os and professions Possession given hrsl of
December until the rnsi of May Rent low.
Ul-filf I). API'LET'in ir CO. Ifll Broadway.
(OHHJ >RKN'S BEAVER HATsT?
V/Pearl. pure while, drab, black and brown BEAVER
HATS, of rtcj.u west styles, trimmed in ihe most tasteful
and elegant manner, may be found at the extensive estab
Uthmeut of Ihe Subscriber, ami will be sold at prices re?
markably low. WM. BANPA,
n29 6teiai* 106 Canal, corner of Wooster-sb
T AD1ES' beaver RON ne ts. ?La
JLidiea will find at BANTA'S, 106 Canal st.cor. of Woo*,
ter-si. a full assortment' of drab, black, pure white ani blue
Fell Bonnets ol the most fashionable shapes. n2y fiteod*
FASH [ONABLE~HATS^Just fin
lahed, Ultimi ?oit-uaid ?u-liclc ov-sr ofl"r.r^d Klei-aai
FRENCH SILK HATS si Ihe iow priceof ??, usually SOW
St $4. Alto. HU article si $2 30 Nsw Hats at $2
r.26 lm* 158 Ci.iia.-si one duo from Sullivan.
*P LOTH 1 m A N P TA1 LO R1NG.?Irn
V-Auen?st.<-k of fashionable ready-made CLOTHING
of every description?1,000 Coats iroiu ?1 to i,00f
Vests, mm. ? fc.ft. 5.000 Pants, from Si to S-i, to measure
CK'Uis Cas.imen-s and VesCUigs embracing everytuun?
new and fhshii nable A first-rate fitajwavs guaranteed k
smgle iria! wiB cuavince all Twenty pei cent 'ess uhae
aliv Douse ill the city, for outfi. Reiueinner ttie nataa am)
nuuber. michael CONWaY
?S Smeod*_\4S Pal ton st near Broadway.
TH EM DOLLAR SUITS.-A whole"
init cleansed, dressed and,pressed, for$i. Also mid
tary uniforms cleaned, on the shortest notice Carpel*
cleaned forHJ rents per yard. Ais,., hearth russ. table cov.
ers, .VC Dresses d..ed for 75 cunts. White crape suawLs
cleaned or dved. Also, velvets. , T SMITH
nSOSt* ' _ _ 7Q Alien .at
YON'S M AliN ETIC POWDER, 420
Bv this Powder we proscribe
All the noxious insect inbe.
Bedbug, ciH'kroach. ant and fly
Rush io taste- and tasting die
Quickly, too, It puts a veto
On die rascally Musketo
Insects die beuualh iu nan,
Yet il harm* nor child nor man.
For Rats and Mice he has a PlLL
Most potent in its action I
Should they annoy jusi give a dose?
'Twill co'sl vou but a fraction n25 lm*
AKUM.?600 hale* No. 1; 500 do,
No-2?for sale oi irianiiiaidtirenii prices, by
sa22 GAUNT k D?RJXJCK?ON.158SoauV?
slsting n( all the various style? of LAMPS for : ird, oil.
campnene, spirit and phosgene gas Also, ball, street and
othrr lanterns, girandoles, chandeliers, candelehras, udde
cutlery, fancy ornaments, kc. i.e.; oil. eamphune. spirit gas
phosgene STBS, wicks, glasses, kc
N. B.?Just received, a large lot of very beautiful Chins
Va*c?, all of which will Ik- sold cheaper than nt any other
house In this citv. Goods loaned for parties.
CHARLES CULLER, 273 Oreeawicb-st.
o? 2m" between Warren and Chambers si*
JSTOUVENEL <?c CO. have
? that large store, 594 Broadway, next n> Ni
a f?ll assortment of very rich gas fixtures, iat
doles &c manufactured by Messrs Cornell)
French china of every description. Tney mari il
Factory,68 and 60 Vesey-st
*OUN WADDING. ? The subscribers
VJf banne been appointed by W. A. C. ELEY of London
soleStemsfor it-saleo: ? neir SPORTINO AMMl.'NITION
have just receiverra full supply of their NEW CLOTH
WADDING, with chemically prepared edt-ea. warranted
superior to any kind of Paper-wadding in me. and sold at
the same price.
Also eLeY'S SHOT-CARTRIDGES, CAPS, i.e.
FRANCIS TOMES a SONS,
oC^'gra b Maiden-lane.
UT NAILS.?Bnonton Cut Nails, an
ieut constantly on hand, ami for sale by
DUDLEY B. FULLER ? CO.,
n6 lmeod* 139 Greenwich-Bt
C<HAIN CABLES.?A large assortment
'of English proved, from 3-3 to 17-3 Inches, for aa:e by
au22 GAUNT k DERRICKSON, 159 South-at.
ENGLISH COUGH CANDY ,OR
JC/LONDON EXPECTORANT.?The Great Rkmi dy
for bad Colds. Coughs, Hoarseness, i c. It is a prescription
strictly sciemificand will positively cur? ail common coins,
coughs i.e. Ail peisoUs, especially iraveleis, watchmen,
seamen, public speakers kc. should keep a supply on hand
ci this sekion of the year. Price one dime per tablet, 6 eis.
half tablet. _d2 lw*
R. LAEMONT, Member of the Paris
mid London Medical Societies, devotes his attenton
excluafVely to the specialities of an office practice. Per?
sons ni a distance can be successfully treated, by stating
their case in foil, enclosing the usual fee. His Diploma
daled 1843 and hundred* of certificates of cases from others
can be Been al his office. -12 Reade-st i wo doors from Broad
wav, N. Y. Hours R to 2, r.nd 7 to 9 P. M. ii27 1 w
IVO LANGUAGE can portray the joy
A 1 which a woman must feel on having her Tanned,
Freckled, Suu-hurnt, Eruptive, Red, Chafed, Rough,
Chapped or Dai It Skin transformed into Whiteness, Purity,
Smoothness, Softness and Transparency, through the ln
itrumentalityof GOURAUD'S ITALIAN MEDICATED
SOAP! it ft Impoaaible to imagine the exquisite brillianeo
which a continued use of this wonderful Soap la capable of
imparting to die coarsest complexion. The spear of I Um
riel never worked greater wonders; and this. also, rnay be
soid of GOURAUD'S MEDICATED HAIR RE ITORA
T1VE, Which exerts a marvelous influence In preserving
and restoring Hair to places whence it has fallen off, and in
rendering wiry Hair siiky and richly glossy. Tr.al bottles
25 cents each. GOURAUD'S I'OUDRE SUBTILE Is a
well-known depilatory for extirpating supertluous Hair
from any part of the body quickly and safely, warranted.?
GOURAUD'S LIQUID HAIR DYE will InatanUneoualy
change Red. Grey tr Light Hair to a boftoUfulBrown er
Black in a few minutes, without staining the skin. GOU?
RAUD'S VEGETABLE LIQUID ROUGE is a boautiful
carnation doge for pole cheeks und hp*, defying detection,
by rubbing with cloth or handkerchief. GOURATD'S
LILY WHITE is decidedly the very beat cosmetic for
flushed, roueb. sallow skins eve. invented.
Theffonu'no cosmetics and preparations of Dr. FELIX
OOURAUD are o. Iv to be obtained at his Dfcp?l, 67 Wal
kcrsl fira; store from (not In) Broadway Boston. BATES
J JORDAN. 129 Washingion-st, CALLENDER.88 ?juta
nR I in
TJ1REEDOM FROM COUGH INTEN
I minutes, insured by BRYAN'S PULMONIC WA?
FERS -A single dose of this extraordinary remedy is guar
anteed to give immediate relief in all cases of coughs, colds,
asthmas, bronchitis, irritation of the uvula and tonclls, and
all diseases of the lunes, or the money will be returned.
They are pleasant to the taste, unfailing In the effect, and
have been fully tested by thousands, both In the L nited
Stales and Europe. Price Z5 cents. Sold by DnikTgisis
eeuerallv. Wholesale Depot in New-York. 273 Hudaon-aL
j.eiieiaiiji A rprjuNBULL, Agent.
A wholesale agent wanted in each of the principal cities
throughout the Union. Orders addressed to the proprietor,
J.BRYAN, Rochester, N. Y. (post-paid,) will meetwita
consumption and diseases
OK THE CHEST AND THROAT.?Dr. GREEN
ha* removed hie Operative Surgery and Consulting Rooms
to S3? Broadway. To facilitate the convenience of persons
luhVnng from diseases of the Throat and Check bis office
hours will be from 9 till 6 o'clock daily. Advice by mail or
otherwise, $1. Unpaid letters rejected._n? lm*
MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, DYES,
Essence Oils, Points and general Drug Merchandise.
First qualities of above on advantageous terms for City
ReUdlers, Country Merchants and Manufacturers.
GREENLEAF & KINSLEY,
s23meod* Wholesale Druggist, 45 Cortland-St
ANCING ACADEMY.?Madam e
'AUGUSTA ST. JAMES has the honor to inform the
public of New-Yoik ihat she has purchased of Madame
FERRER 0 her splendid establishment, No. 2] HO WARD?
ST, und beg* leave to refer to the following card of Mad?
Madame KERRERO most respectfully announces to tlie
fashionable circle and citizens generally of New-Y'oi k. that
she baa discontinued her instructions in the polite accom?
plishment of DANCING and that the possession of her
ACADEMY bos been transferred to Madame AUGUSTA
ST JAMES, whosevery refined method and beautiful style
of the art eminently qualify her Tor ilie lask she undertakes.
Madame KERRERO, from her knowledge oflbe great
abilities of Madame AUGUSTA, la most happy to recom?
mend her to ad her own pupils and patrons, and zealously
solicits for her a continuance of that favor and extensive
patronage which she (Madame KERRERO)has enjoyed for
many years, assuring them, thai if can-and strict attention
to the imparting of her art to others be an attractive feature.
Madame AUGUSTA, she is persuaded, will give general
Madame AUGUSTA has made arrangements with her
correspondents at Pans. Messrs. Perrot. Coraly, Mazillier,
drille*. She will also leach the Spanish und
Reeular Classes for Misses and Masters oi
DAYS and SATURDAYS at 3 oVIocr P.M.
men on MONDAYS and FRIDAYS at 7J 1
Classes of eight con be formed al any hour ti
veuience of ladies and gentlemen.
YflTATCHES, JEWELRY ami SIL
" V'ER WARE?Those who wish io purchase
WATCHES in JEW ELI! Y. will tint! it greatly to their
advantage to call on the subscriber, who Is rona'andv.ra?
10 and re:ail at the
ch Chains. Diamond
idea, Stt-rliiii.' Silver
low as 20 to $25 each ; Watches and
warranted to keep
\atchea, Clocks ard
, and warranted ut
i'ches and Jewelry;
A . W,
pREDERICK W. PACHTMANN, 170
R WATCHES,rich and
<V ER WARE of every
PUR TIPPETS, BOAS. AND EUR
"w-Pension-The ?rlv,.r,-..".r in ,
jr. applica'ion to
A. CASSAT, 131 Pearl-st
EXTRACT of LOGWOOD and CUT
?-JDYK. WOODS of the first cpialhv. manufactured by
the Nr. P PER II AM MILLS, for sale at the lowest market
price. Ivy the mwoihicuirers
au29 .->n>e<*l- RUSSELL A, STILES. 135 Water-st.
MR. JOBSON, M. R. C. S. eTI^
1? ? n erly Surgeon Dentist to the Queen and Royal Kami
ly of England, mav be consulted at 535 Broadway, bv th've
re. oJring AID or INSTRUCTION in the DENTAL ART
should a sufficient number of PopilS present themselves
before the 7th of December, Mr. JOBSON will on thegth
' Course of Lectures on the TEETH, their Dis
eases ai d Treau
repairing their deficii
gic.a! Course, 810: M
535 Broadway. Nev
CRAW BUCK'S UPHOLSTERY
,,,?.,. HOUSE and SHIP-FURNISHING WARE
?OOM 8 35B GRAND-ST. second door east oi Essex-st.
1 * Here wil, be found ? -omplelo wortmsnt of Feaih
era, Hon, Mo?, and Husk; also, Beds, Msttraaaea and
Cushion.; also Redsiead.o/svorvd-Mcriptlon, viz: Patent
Screw Don Joint, Lock Joint, iron Screw. Cotu.ee and
i niridle, t.ots ir.; rtrno a splendid variety of Window
Shades, Pajier Hsiigln"?. Bord??, kc. Mr. C. would call
rjKrtinilsr mij-n'iot to hi? lew style? nf Hair and Spring
Msttrefses NR?Old Bed? ?jid Mattresses Renovated
and made over equal to pew br
d2 Hbii W. CRAWBUCK, 35i Grand-st
2K? ?LIA N PI A NO-FORTES.?We
jl M-J would call the attention of the public to the ftne ??
ibrtinent of Piano-Fortes, with and without the much ad?
mired .Eulian Accompaniment, made by Um celebrated
DOUSeoTT Gilbert 1 Co. of Boston, recently opened at
441 Broadway by WATERS 4. BERRY. The Pi-inosof
T (I i. Co. have been too long and too favorably known
to need any commendations. Hundreds in this city can
testify to their superior excellence.
N li-?aecondhand Piano* taken in exchange.
Piano? to let nil im*
?BOIS Sc WA Rill NER. Piano-Forte
Mafcers,315 BROADWAY N. Y. r.l!) Im*
PIANOS FOR SALE ami to hire, at 7
Bare ay-si. opposite the Astor House, from fij to 7 oc?
taves, in rosewood and mahogany ctises.
nlfc3m* JAMES THOMPSON, lateTallman St Randall.
131A N O- F() RT ES.?V. F. B A R RI So N.
2. Canal-st offers for sale a splendid assortment of
rosewood Piano-Fortes, of 7 octaves, with the latest im?
provements, and at the lowest Manufacturer"! prices,
n 14 Im*
G^lctl. HARM ORE otlhr^i rheir Man
? afactorj and Ware-room, 348 BLEECKER-Si cor?
ner of Clianes-sl. an assortment of elegant PIANO
FORTES, with the metallic frame and reverse bridge, and
all other modern improvements. n'lm'
piANO-FORTES FOR SALE.?Per
" sons about parcnasit.t Plan** will hno u to ujeir s.lv-U)
rnge m call ot BENNEl t COMPANYS Haaufactory, I5S
Full^n-st east side of Broadway.) The)>in"n ? large as
?orntnent of Rosewood Pianos constantly on iiand Every b?
?tnituent warranted for two years B i Co hav-the rmm-?s
ofnion J)an I,000 persons they will mfur to who hu?* f?iir
cIihskC pianos of them, all of which nave given universal sat?
isfaction, but when onj doubts are expnxt~e?1 as to their (pill
Itj ihe payment may be withheld and: such doubts are n*.
uooed ?le Piano's exchanged New vd s-vond-lian*
omnoa U> !?L ?2t it
f F?CHTE <fc NEWTON. Piano-Forto
8_--iM arm factor) and -Vareroouis, 2naiid 22 CanoJ-st ?The
?nn-cni^rs oflei tot sale a large sssortmentof elegam Pinn"
forte? role -jf ? ort in rosewoi?! and r?iabogtin\ cases
diese instrunienis are made in the most substantial manner
Mid -f tbeil l>-'Si sriuu.ned umienah. by experienced me
-harne? nndei our own immediate charge, anci ir? 'tnri
?aieo in sweetness of tone and delicacy o'umch Trio-"1?!
n usiance bj specifying their wishes by letter in regard to
?ryip or iiuaJ'ty of tone may depend Dpon a faithfulselee
-ton Ab insu-timeru? warrsjile-i F C LK.f CHTB
Sl4 Sro* 8 J (fFWTQN
13IANO-FORTES.?Persons about pur?
chasing Pianos will find It to their ad vantage to call at R
3ierui k o'e Maritifacisiry 194 Fulton-si I west or Broad
way.- A genural assortment of tnahoganv and rosewood
pianos constantly on hand, which will he sold low for c&sb or
?ppro'e<! oaper Dealers supplied on liberal terms
?SO tf R GLENN S< -0 uM Kultoa-st
rpo PROPRIETORS ol ESTATES,
Jl PARMERS, AGRICULTURISTS and MANl'FAC?
TI R1STS.?A new and improved THRESHING MA?
CHINE invented by MARY, WEDLARE it CO. In LON?
DON, accomplishes, by far, more than any one existing.?
This machine threshes, with a I horse power, 1,200 bushels
ami mote per day ot com, that is to say. 21) sucks of oats, or
2d bushels of rye. in one hour, and from 4S? to 560 bushels
wheat per day. 2n trusses of straw (weighing Uo lbs. each
truss) have passed through the machine in less that twenty
minutes. Several English farmers are ready to certify the
accuracy of the above statement by their testimonials.?
Smaller Threshing Machines for only two or three horses.
Churl-cutting machines, which produces 20 to 50 bushels
per bour ; Drill machines for all sorts of grain, wilh or with?
out manures. Machines also, for cleaning corn, called
Dressing Machines, doing 5b to 10" sacks per day. A circu?
lar will be forwarded! b\ applying by iettcr, post paid, to
ihe Inventors, MA'RY, WED LAKE & CO. 118 Fenchurch
si. London. nIS 2aw3wD4i2tW
IN DOW SHA DES ! GILT COR?
NICES!! DRAPERY MUSLINS, itc?Families
ibOUl furnishing their Windows with Ihe uliove articles,
will find at J. C. WOODFORD'S, 295 Broadway, thf
argesl and best assortment in UV city ; several new styles
never before introduced in New-York Lace and Muslin
Curtains, Drapery, Tassels. Loops, Pins. Bands. Cornices
Itc. Families pun-basing of lb" subscriber may rely upon
getting a first rate article, ami a* low as it Is possible to im?
port or manufacture it. Merchants buying at wholesale will
find It decidedly to Llieir advantage to call before purchas?
ing eUnwhere J.C WOODP<)RD. 2BS Broad w?v al" "
OFFICER WANTED.?The present
Superintendent of the House of Refuge, for w.ntu
children. Philadelphia, Pi. having notified the Board of
Managers of tin* Institution, of his desire to retire from the
Office, some lime between Ihe middle of January and tirst
of April next, the undersigned has been directed to adver?
tise the fact, and to request applicants for the situation, to
address him on the subject.
The department above named has nt present, about 180
male and 5b female inmates, who have been committed
especially wilh reference to their moral reformation and
training to habits ol industry. The Superintendent is charg?
ed wiih 'be general supervision of every purl of the de?
partment, and is held accountable by tbo Board, for the
faithful performance of the duties of the subordinate offi?
cers. The accounts of the department, and the purchase of
a large portion of the urticles required, are also committed
to his cure.
Those intending to apply for the situation are invited to
visit the house, (situated til the junclion of the Ridge Road
and Coulee Btreet) where Information, more in detail, as to
the duties of the office, will be given by the Superintendent,
who will also furnish a lisi of the managers, any one of
u bom will give such further information as may be desired;
The salary ?f the office, at present, is $1,000 per annum,
with rooms, lue! and lights for self und family. The Board
have not determined what it shall be. in future. Thon; is ho
probability, however, of its being reduced, hut some that it
will be Increased ; depending in a measure upon the esti?
mated value of the services of the person chosen to till llio
Applications, in writing, will be received by the sub?
scriber, until the 15th of December next.
Applicants will please stale their age, resilience, occupa?
tion at present, and for some years past; whether they
have ever had charge of any week-day school, und if so,
for what period of time, and of what description of school;
whether they are connected by church membership with
any denomination of Christians, and such other fuels as
they Brink may have a bearing on their fitness for the situa?
tion. They will also please to furnish the names und resi?
dence of persona to whom they are willing to refur for
testimonials of chamber.
JOHN KIDDLE, Secretary of H. of R
Philadelphia. Nov. 1850. No. ti South-Fifth-SL
n22 OlFAUtYS yti6i.6tosc
I^RANCIS HART'S PRINTING ES
-SV TA BLISHMENT. 4 Thames-st New-York, near
Broadway Slid adjoining Triniiy churchyard.?The sub
acriher executes every description of letter press PRINT?
ING in ihe most elegant manner, being provided with all
the beautiful types, borders, ornaments, cuts, kc. kr. und
the most improved presses and other machinery in use ul
Work tumid "'it loilh great dispatch, und at price* com
menrurate with the tabor and itnrk emjioyei.
Prices just and uniform, No primer in the city does of
can rate bis work ut lower comparative prices.
The i ry Otckeap printing may be construed ?h-ibhy print
my. There are as many grades ol excellence in this art as
in any olln-r. <uch of which should have its graduated price,
though the fuel seeuis In be hole recognized in the commu?
nity. There seems to be less laste anil less judgment ill re
specliothis than any other of ihe fashions of refined life.
How common is Ihe vulgarexpression. ?' Any kind of print?
ing will answer; the money so spent is thrown away."
How many merchants give their orders for printing to any
Itinerant solicitor, who would kick a pedlar of merchandize
mil of [heir stores.
CARDS.?A ^reat hue and cry has been made about Card
Printing, as il it were u separate branch of the printing
busiuess. The truth is. Cards, und almost every descrip?
tion of tii.e priming, are executed heller on a hand-press
than on any machine that has ever been substituted Never?
theless, the adveiUser has one of the best Card Presses
.?ver invented, and w ill print Cards at all prices, to sun the
wishes of customers
ACCOUNT BOOKS made to pattern, and any kind of
K. H. has had more than twenty years' experience in
everv department of ;lie Printing business, Including the
Nt wspaper, Book. Job and Siere Hyping departments, and
is fully competent to perform contracts in a thorough and
saiisfactorv manner. n2S 5t*
SORTER'S LIFE PRESERVER or
BUOYANT DRESSES, on etfecmal msaiis of escape
from drowning, freezing, or being burned to death in case
of shipwreck, from tire or from other causes, ore for inspec?
tion and sale at 19 Nassau-SL N. Y. Orders addressed to
JOHN B. VAIL, cure of the Union India Rubber Co. will
receive prompt uiteutiofl. n27 lw*
nPHE LARGEST usaomnent of BEI>
I STfcADS, BEDS. MATTRESSr-S and FEATHERS
aver offered for .ale a' M WTLLARD'fi Warehouse. ISC
Cbsiharti-si corner o< Wiilberry-at Toe attention of house
s??epert and others is pamcuiarij coiled U' ,viilie'i paten!
rigbi unci left scre-? Iw-ristead Old hods renovated ? cot*
whpw?s?!e ard retAlI n2fi 1m*
?T^OYS! TOYS! at 62 John-st^The
-? subscribers have imported a large and general assort?
ment of Toys for the Holidays, w hich they offer a; the
most reasonable prices. WM.'H. FREY & BRO n2 Jolin
X CARD.?MR. GEO. FREEMAN,
2* Miniature Painter, has remo yea from the St Charles
Hotel to 539 Houston-st- n'23 Im*
BOUNTY LANDS.?The subscriber
will give pard-ular attention to the prosecution of
claims for Bounty Lands inder the recent act of Congress.
Having a competent Agentin Washington to tutend to pre?
senting the claims, he will lose no time in procuring War?
rants. HENRY D BEDGWICK. Attorney and
"S 2m* rnrin-1-.ibir al T.SW. Vt WaD-St
W r. L L 1 N G O F F T HE E N TI PJE
STlH K ?Boots. Brogans. Gaiters. Buskins and Rub?
bers, at S2I Grand-st. comer of Orchard-si. N- Y Late
Rirharris i Bishop's old establishment. n27 im'
rpo JVUCHIGAN LANDOWNERS?
M WM S. DRIGGS, Detroit, Mich. Agentfor the pur?
chase ai d sole of land, payment of taxes, iic ?The firm of
MACY DRIGGS having been dissolved, and Mr. Macy
having sold all his interest in tJje establishment to me and
n-tired, I shall continue tbo businesa and devote to it my
careful personal aiteniion. Anv orders left with DE LOS
?? oEADLE, R?q my auUj irise.1 Agent, at 74 Broad way,
New .^ ork. w-ul be promptly attended to. n25 3ra*
I I RO?DOT, (Ironj Pari?) ACCOR
? ??DEONSand SERAPH1NE3 tuned and repaired
Make? ?eiu of notes Tor Seraphines and Accordeons, 89
Leomvi-si. near Broadway. a7 im?
MFici?aNTSra n D~m ElTh aNics*
- *?P?DAI< '-'FK insurance company ?
Office56 U oli-st.N y Tbl* COMPANY commence* bu
?in?!.? wnli h Capital ol" 8100,000. Actually paid in and
Invested m the ?i.x-k? of Die United State? and of the State
Iis business will he conducti-d upon prlndpiss to render
ceriaih the payment of the sums insured by the Co iip,UiV,
whether the walrfis arise fifty year* hence, or within a few
yeera after its creation. To'th'is the characters of the Trus?
tees are pledged. To unable them to redeem thit pledge,
they deem it necessary 10 require the payment of rail pre?
miums, according to the rates of insurance of the most ap?
proved offices born in England and here, in cash, and not in
no.es, either in whole or in part
James Brown. Ilenrv Orinnell,
Robert B. Minium, Horatio Alien,
Bu-seli H Nevins, Charles N Tabot,
J. Sinvlh Rogers, Stewart Brown,
Paul Spoflord, William Hi Webb,
Jacob a Westervelt, 0. W. C. Schack,
Mark \V. Collet, Martin Hodman,
George P. PoHen, 0 s. Robbin*,
Wm.T). Murphy, Wm W Billings, n. London,
David H Nevins, Benj.Huriunglon.Ssg Harbor,
Richard Irwin, John c. Lee, Boston,
Henrv Chauncey, Samuel Lawrence, Boston;
John H Oourlie, Robert Hooper, ??
Alfred Large. Thomas B. Curtis.
F. Strachau, Wm. S. Bullard,
J. SMYTH ROGERS. President.
JOHN L WENDELL, Vice-Pres't and Actuary.
AlexanderM. Oreig,Secretary, nil im.-od
Hudson rTv^Tr FIRE INSU
RANCE COMPANY, of Waterford, N. Y.-Otiice35
Wall-st. New-York. CAPITAL !"Sv?00,??0.
Hen Hugh White. T. C. Morgan, W. G.Vandenbtirgh,
Isaiah H:ood. P. J. Avery, H. D. Fuller,
Alfred Noxon, Joshua Mors. Samuel A. House,
Mayo Pond. Gilb. V. Lansing, Robert Biake.
HUGH WHITE. President,
ISAIAH BLOOD, Vice-PreeidenL
P. J. Avert. Secretary,
THIS OMi'a.NY. bavinga FULL CAPITAL paid la
and invested, are prepared to INSURE BUILDINGS,
MERCHANDISE and HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE
against loss or damage by tire, on the most reasonable lerm*.
All losses promptly adjusted and paid at the NEW-YORK
OFFICE in money current ut the Bank-' In this city. Local
Referees: Hon. John Young, Win. P Miller, Esq. 85 Gold
?t.; Joseph W. Savage, Esq. Messrs. Joseph Ketchnui it
Son, 3-1 Front-st [c# tfbod] JAMES A REQUA, Agent.
tv ati ON A L LOAN FUND a*S?~
1 FRANCE SOCIETY OF LONDON.
General Agent's Office, 7t Wall-at)
New-York. Nov. 11. 13.50. S
NOTICE?la pursuance of a resolution of the Board of
Directors, the hitherto exisUng mode of loans of one-half or
two-thirds of the common annual premiums paid by the in?
sured is discontinued, in reference to policies to be here?
after granted. And the Board have Introduced the follow
ing now and favorable system of loans for the future, viz.:
A parly insured for the whole term of life may at any
time borrow one-half the amount of annual premium, with?
out note or security, or deposit of policy, and Is entitle.' to
division of profits.
He may at any time surrender Iiis policy, and receive
bark as value thereof one-half tha gross sum paid by him in
annual common premiums.
This new form of loans applies only to policies hereafter
to be issued.
a.-e not shut out from said two-third 1
upon the terms stated in the Society'
before reaching that ace. thofull sum insured will be paid
actin?: directors fob decemrer.
C. E. HABICHT, Chairman.
WILLIAM VAN HOOK,
AQUlLA 0. STOUT,
BACHE Mcl VERS.
JOSEPH Q AIL LA RD. Ja.
ROBERT 0. DILLON,
J. KKARNY RODGERS. M.D.
Bl22awtr J. LEANDER STARR, General Agent
<k\fKCVR1TY?Pertkts u t y ?U N ION
?^MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY?Cash
Capital and Assets S'JjUU,000?Insure Lives on the most
favorable terms. Permits granted at reduced rates for
foreign climates or to California. Particulars given and
Policies granted, on application to JUDD it HOLblSTBR,
37 Jauncey-court, WaJl-st. C. R. Oilman, W.Parker, Medi?
cal Examiners. niS 6tU
CITIZENS FIRE INSUR?l*c?cOM^
PANY?Offices 67 WA.LL-ST. and 167 BOWERY.?
This Company, with a cash capital of
and a large surplus, securely invested, continue* to Insur*
agalnai loss or damage by FfRE, on dwelling houses, raer*
cliandise, household furniture, and all description* of Per?
sonal Property, on the most favorable term*.
Jeremiah Johnson, William J. Valentina.
Alonzo A Alvord, James C. Baldwin,
Daniel Burmott, JuyJarvIs,
William Wallace, John S. Harris,
Thomas McEiralh. Robert Barkley,
Luke Baker. Francis A. Palmer.
DANIEL BURTNETT, President.
James M. Mi lean, Secretary. o5 tf
npHE GROCERS' FIRE INSURANCE
-1 COMPANY, otiice 81 Woll-at. corner of Pearl, n y
CAPITAL 8200,000.?This Company, having their
capital all paid in, in cash, are prepared to insure Buildings.
Merchandise. Household furniture. Vessels in Port, their
Cargoes, iic. against loss or damage by lire; also, tba
Kloks of inland Navigation and Transportation, on the mow
favorable terms. All losses promptly adjusted and paid.
Rufus Story, Moses Taylor, Sampson Monre.
PeterMarnn, George Eider, Chos. Bnrkhalter,
Francis Skindy, Henry Edey, Asa S. Porter,
Jas. B. Wilson, Alex. EL Grant, Wm. R. Foster,
Ben. B. Sherman, Marshall Pepoon, Isaac C. Taylor.
SAMPSON MOORE. President
J. milton Smith. Secretary. 27f tf
hm HE MERCHANTS' INSURANCE
X COMPANY OF THE CITY OF NEW-YORK,office
Ocean Bank Building, corner of Greenwich and Fulton si*.
CASH CAPITAL $-200,000. Insurance against lost
or damage bv fire. CRO WELL ADAMS. President.
Gttoaur. W. Savage, Secretary Je2? tf
BROOKLYN FIRE 1NSURANCEC?.
?Office No. 6 Merchants' Exchange, Wallst. N. y.
and +3 Fulton-aL Brooklyn. WM. ELLSWORTH. PresTL
A. O .Stevens, Secretary. _ au96m*
iPRANE'S PATENT SOAP.?There is
Vy DO longer any doubt of the superiority of this article
over everything ei.-e yet Invented for washing. The in?
creasing every-day demand for our Soap Is ample evidence
thai we have never claimed too much, nor said too much
of our Soap, and that the public do appreciate the justness
of the award to it of the hirst Premium and Diploma by the
N. Y. State Agricultural Society at Albany, and the late Fair
of (he American Institute In tbls citv. For aale at the
manufactory. 1 11 Sullivan-su and by Grocers generally, in
this city ami Brooklyn mi l Willlamsburgh. d2fiteod
I ETTER FILES.?ThT"Pat^iulLEAF
???'HOLDER, an entirely new style of LETTER FILE.
for holding Letters. Invoices. Bills, or other papers fir con?
venient reference, believed tobe far superior to anything
now in use for that purpose. Those requiring such an arti?
cle are requested to call and examine. For sale, wholes*!*
diid retail, by the Agents for New-York Ciiv.
o!fl BELL ii GOULD. Stationers, kc. 15.-. Nassau-it.
M~ RS. O'iMFART'S PATENT A?
DOMINAL S? P PORTE RS. for the cure of weakness
or rupture, cannot be eiirnassed. Tbey ore free from steel
or brass springs, and without back pads. All letters (post
pant i promptly attended to 148 Canai-st ill" I m'YI'? W
_ JPHC IPOS ALST
OiltkE'l OXPAHIMCVr, r>0 ? hall UF HEC'iRDs ---i'jj
io,,re,'us*la wel s?. trytoivad si tli?- street Commissioner's Oire-? 'jn
ill Moncaj, Dec. b. ISTjO, At 6 o'clock, P M to Resinate as I Set
C'irb and Gutter m Forty tlrst ?t. from the Ninth to lha Tenth hv.
To Penal* e s-.d lirnd-*, m conformity with the Amended Grade*,
Sectim A ol Second arenas, from Twenty-eighth st. lo the Northerly
Luis of Fid} thud st. .111 Re-set Curt, awl Gutter Stone* toeiein
fro ii i ?ent>-e gnt to Forty seiend ?t?.; also K? la) Fl**?"?<oa 'he
Easier!} Bidawau thereof, ne.weeu Taectyemntb sad Thirty-first
sis. To Kef uei'.e and Grade Se. nan B ol Second sv. from Fifty thud
t. Highly suth sL To Keeuttae and Grade Sectio.. B of Second ar.
freu. Ninetv-iLird to One Hundred and Twenty-third at. Plans, ipe
ciSi Aticins, ai.J *IlisforniationUi*r*(4>,can bu uad oa*ppltcatioa to,si ?
Contract Clerk ol the Dapartnwat
N T, 28, 1840. [nM] JOHNT DODGE, Street Com.
EFAJtTMZaT OF REPAIRS AND ?L'PPLIF.3?TfTBUlLri
KHS.?Sealed Proposals w:U ba -ecived at the oUSce of the Coin
ov*eion?r r,l Repair, and Supplik, bssenient, No 1, we,t end or ni-w
City Hail, until Moi Jay tbe ?.',ih day of r?'o?einb^r, a'. M o'clock, M.
at which tune they will be publicly op?n?d, for maa ne alterations
and aduttions to H 0*0* of Er.? no Coulpan. No. 32, and Hovi Corn
F?ny No ??. a^r??abl>- so to* piaa lul speciaeatioa ?at.ib.tad bathe
offic*of tha Sapariataedant 01 Kepsirs to i'uohc Building?, No. v>
E'lisbetb -Irret K-timati.t-ars reo ilrei to sStimatis for ?ach sap.
aratory -Nov. 15. 1*60. WM AIMM3,
Corarcijai marof Raiiaira an.l Suprtliee.
N. B ?BlmU estimates can b- Lad at either uf tba above otEcas.
EPAKTMENT OF REPA I KS AND SL'PPI.IKS.-To f1rz
ENGINE Kl'lLOEK-S : See!-d Proposals will be received at th*
olfie? ol ths CHUi'nia.am?r of Kspairs and Supphs*, basemen: No. 1
Westend ol New City Hall, until Mon.fa) December i, la o'clock, M,
as whici. Ou.ethey wti! be pubtcty opened. 101 the builbaj of anew
Ergme for Company No. 2. The same to b? on a iiui.Iar plan to tha
prsseot one, and '.he old Engine to be taken by the Contractor in part
pay meat at ?ui-h price s.a ?hall b? satisfactory to said Commissioner.
Contractors must name the prn e for buiMmz the n?w Engine and ?b*
arriGun* that th?v wilt allow for the oM one, j?p.irately A piau and
sprvuScation cf the wort rsquired to bedoue, and *ll information iu re
turi th*r?ii' can be bus ?1 the -Hce of tt* Chief EsfaMr of tha
Fire Department NO ?I Elijabethsl
N. h.?Black estimate* ran be had at either office.
n>3 WM. ADAMS. Com'rof Repairs and Suopliee.
t^TKEET DEPARTMENT,No.4HAIX,OF RICORDS?Sealed
?pn.p? sa'" will be receive-! at tbe Street Commissioner's ot?ce unsJ
Ti urxfay, Dec s. Is?n, at 5 o'clock, P. M., to Krj ilats an! Set
Curb and Gut er Stotas in Bat?vi? at. Ro<?eveit to James eta. Plans,
speaificstions.and ail information thereto, tan be bad on appl canon
to its Contract Clerk of this Department
Not 47. Into. i.nav] JOHN T DOOGE, StrastComr.
DEPARTMENT of REPAIRS and SL'I'i'MES.-TO BC'ILO
KBJ ?Seale.1 Propoeabj will be received at the oSke of tee
Con misMocera of Rapa rs and Supalies, b uwiirient, No. I !f?* ?>ty
Hall, until Saturdas, Dec 7th, I860. 19 o'clock M, at which time in?-y
w.ll be publicly opened, 'or bui ding a house for Engine C ,*pany
No. 'J. a ptaa and speciaeatioa uf the work required to be done, and
ab informellen in regard thereto, can be had at tbe of the Com
miwioner of Repairs and Suppl.ee, or the otSco of tne Sup t ol He?
naus to Public linildinsa, ly tiiiateth sL
N B -Blank E timatee eis L-j>ad at e tiler of she above oCi.es.
oS? w-M tili?! 1 mrt "i --' -t Rep ? 1-' "
-FU PRIVATE fa M iL I ES. ?Take No
-I- tlce, if you are in want of a good article of Family
Hard Soup and Soft do, and Starch; also, an excellent arti?
cle ofwhite Soap, used principally for linen* and calicoes.
Iti* remarkable for it* bleachin qualities Orders received
and mended to puncuialy by JOHN SEXTON, at the Fac?
tory, 1< Deabroa>>es-sl. nfi lm*
npELEGRAPHIC.?Citizens and S,
NORTON'S TELEGRAPHIC ROOMS,
' . 177 Broadway. New-York.
The Immense success attending the adaptation of Otn.
stead's Patr-nt Tt^grauli Balten) to die
MAGNET! ? MEDICAL MACHINE,
hos induced the siihacriher toi accept from the MarufBA
Meaart. T. SMITH i. CO 77 Piiluin-r?.
the appointment a? tote Agent fbj the aale thereof, and tbtr
win hereafter be kept constant!; on ml? at
NORTON'S TELEGRAPHIC ROOMS,
_, ?, , _ 177 C road way,New-fortt
TheOlmitead Patent Magnetic MaeMrie, for MEDICAL
purpose.. Isso entirely different from ar.v other rj^l;c.tjYs.
strusnents. thai no person can form a proper idea of iu aj
vantages without witnessing its operations, when titay .vi.I
be found so apparent as to render argument superfluous.
fh? ^7 e]ectri<ity ^completely under the control of
UM operator, rind car. from almost irnpercei.nbi.'itv. be grad
Bally Iricreased to any strength the patient may desire
while, insieiut of feeling the p?.,?.; sp.issuod.ic ,-ontr*:t:.>n
of .he muscles produced by all other medical inatrnmenls. i
gentlocurreni Is flowing pleasantly through the nervoussys*
tein. Telegraph Companies are rtyspecjftlly Informed that
every description of Magnetic and Chemical Telegraph
apparatus is kepi constantly on sain at
NORTON'S TELEGRAPHIC ROOMS,
ITJ Broadway, New-York
where ail orders must be addressed. oil PMkWt]
OfRIELLY'S TELEGRAPH LINES,
connecting with all sections of the United Stats*
Ger>era' Office Iii Broadway Open from 8 In 'he mornins
till II ai night Visitors in (lew-York whoareacauttotae*]
to transacring business with the O'Rwily Lines in any sec?
tion of the I'niled Stan**, will find it to their interest toleav*
tbe*r d'spa'ches s* this Office to insure prompt ?,-.| correct
transmission lest tf
SUPREME COURT.? In th* matter of Urs application of th.
Mayor Ahierruen ?nd Commonalty of the City of Sew York,
relative u> th. up-mn?; ui i..i;iia n-evenue, fromsSd -t t..o?kb-?i.
in Iiis Nu eieen.t; W aid . f -ma City. Hie suo-criber., OooMai -eioa
. rs (j. KstSBStsaod Ae-*s?in u; in th. ?bor* ?nul'ed matter, ap
poini.d b) a rule of tbs J5upf*-rfT? Court, euler-d ou lae 41M Jar of
March laMr. gws Douce pursuant to tbs rtiquireraMts of as Actsf
?is Lesnbitun. ol theP-opeof lb* Stats of taew > >>rk. eutid-d "so
Set to snMinS sn Act enuilad so Act to i?duc* several Uvn ^
parti. uUrly -o UiS City or >t* Yoik, iat.. on* Act. pa,.*..eJ Aorilu,
1813," pas-ed April JO. 1899, that the sbstractol the K.tuuaU and
A?ssm.nl of the M-'l tVn.mi*eione.s in the ah...a matrer, contain
ing dm dsjimm t"t Ol? ?wh'I ,?t the lotoB***a>eeu,tue nurOOera os* such
n.u Rj* they appear u? th* m*i-8 of lbs Com hum hum rs, Cocstbsr w us
? in h m.p. and rha *s?..uat of -be *e**Mit.?nt wnether lor ?,:>K*
r bm>filj and also ah the arnda.it?, sttimatnsod odierdocuiu* .la,
wbtch wns u-ee by ihn Coaunjsskmsrs, m maSltis las? ivp.? i. nata
tmaSapoahiMi in Um 3ir?n CoouumI l?.'? .,ifi.-?, ?i th. City usl
Coonl) of N?>? Tor., I',.r 0.? iospsctiooof wboiaaotTsr itnwf om
earn; thereto rarnain forstlsaatsitti Ja>sbafora tha said Coiumw
...?^?r- n.ska Iheir report t.. ihs Mid Muprama Court, at Ui? tuns sad
p'si" bewhtsftsr nwatioocd. And th??sid Cotami?f|.>a*n nrtiVtr
ri? mill.e purausntU) hapr .??-..?. of ts. Act, muWad Set
Ui amsns sn Act si.trllad so ict iors>stion to t<a Coltsctioaof As
? t- snd taxes is I ? City aad Count) of N??r York, aid for
other purposes, passsd M?> is, i?tU." paiied May T, ItHl.toUit
i?i"'. or o?"?r. occupant or oceuptats ? ?II bouse*, and im
pltlVad or unimproved Isno. aOWlH ll^n-hy. th.l they ravacoin
pitted d." sstitMhts snd aaHesnssnt | auvl Ui.t all Ksr..iui wln?, .uter
tats are aSected tbeisbs, sod ?ho nu> be ooposei t th* aame, are
requested to pre-cr.t tl.e r objection* in wrrtiaj, to N- rholaa c Kv*r
*'i. ih* Chsintan of ..;tt ComrnissiorMra, at hi* bouse, N?. 117
U hit* st in Hie City of Nev-Yoik, ei?HB thirty Jay* from Iii* dal*
of ibis DOtics . ^'id tlut the limits embra.e.1 0) ih;? a.-*^m*ni
as fodow.-, that is to say : All tBOett Iota, pieces or p.irre'd ol laad,
bstwr^i, ths northerly l.ne 01 ?i,<?or 4tu st s.ud th- soalhertj Us* or
side of 66Ui-*t. end b* ntstorly and westerly lin.a or aids* 01 Lai
ilietoo avenU*?9aC?pting thei-l> Hi, all thO** stf-et* or [tart* of
itrsets witbin s?id Lmit* wh ch ' aveabsady ?* n opened, and also,
all the lots, pir. e^ or parcel, f !a.-:d. I. u.g oa both sioes of sasi L*I
Inttiinraveni e, bouu.le.1 on the north by lbs soinherb' fme or si le o/
iMh--L ar.iJ ih^ m urn By ih? nonborlv hne or *id?uf SW-st. 0*1 Ui*
?s-r b> th. csi.t^r l.fce beteeen ilj-> rinrd av-nue and Ihvssid I.a line
ration tvat'us.snd on tue wrstby Ursveatortinsbetwsea tli? Pourta
a*tnn? ano the said l.eim-?o:. av*Luo, aud comprising all lb* lot* or
pwrmol land ?llhin tho?* Imuts, fr..n(m? on Or* said Leti.irtoo
avenM, ami ths intoraectinf stroste?NScaptini Uisrsf'om. rnoe*
?ti.ets or psr'?. ol streets ?loch have alrenay been opsiwil. A*d
also, all lbs lot*, p;m SI Oi parcel* of laud, altuntd on Hie ?aste ly
line of said Lsxington-avenue an1 th* uirr.eciui* s'reeu, heteeen
lb- i.oilh.rly line or ?irte ol 111 at at. and th* aootherly llM or sids of
t,,i .1 and ?xiei.diaaeaster.yi about one tiun.ire.1 feet. bstae saflM
uior* or less from II ? e..l.rl> lin* or ?-de oi -aid Utnnat?n-**?kinv
And also, all Ui* lota, pieces or paresis ol hind, tilnat* on Ih* w^,Uf.
ly Ini* or side of sai l Lexington avei ue and th- 1 itsraectinz strests,
- -1 t),^ Dorth?rlJr bne or aide of alst at and th* .out erb hu* or
v..- ol .lid -U at d eiten.l.ae WeetS'lJ Ton. said Westerly line ?#r .uj*
of :?* d Lezini .nvenoe, nls-ui. um bnndred feel be th? ?am* mur*
or leas. And the said Couuui.siober* lurthar jr,ir? nolle*, that Ihaar
report in the above matt, r, will b* made and presented to tbs S?
pr?me Cmirt 01 Iii? state of New >..ri, .t a Special T-rm of th*
?am Court, lobe beta at the City Hall ol the Cey of New York, on
Saiurd.y,Ui* let day of February. iSrR, at UMOperuns of Use Court
OB that day, or as soou tle.uulYer anuwil can t>? heard. DaUd
New York. Not.mber 15,1860 NICHOLAi C KVBHBTr, WIL?
LIAM DODOB, HKNKY HFKKMAN, Oninu**inn?ri. nlstBI
AUstlHUTKAIOK S SaLA.?In puraueuc* ol *u ooor or the
H?n Al*iaud*r w Brsdford,Snnmnte ol the County oi s*?
lork, DCMONT A HOSACK wift .*ll und.r.th. dirscUOiof Jarna*
IteiiWick, Aduiiuistrslor ol all and tiugular 111* aooda, ctuiteis, au.i
redit* uf william RE!?wick, lit* of th. City ol tt*w York, I?
..-eased, iut**UU, at pubhcauc'Uon atth* Marchant*' Exchasiit.. ... Eli*
City of New York, on th* 8th day of Junuary Mit, at (w?f.? V. logs.
?I uuou, th* following i.i.,. real ?alate of which to* ?. iutea<ale
i-?d **hi*d, risi
All lhatctrtaju tel, p.*c* or parcel ol mad ?* th* Fuan**ath Ward
jfth* City ol New-Tork, known on th* map or chart of Raj -id'* farm
?ythenumh*rtw*lT*hundred and for.y tliraa bound** -*.*i*rlyhy
troadway aasurly by btl,S30,southerly by lot l,i*4, Susi lerlj by
litl.Stl; b*iu* in width 111 front and rear M feet, ami . -. .. : o
feet and kiown ni ft?4 Broniway.
til tbatc.rtam lot. piec* or parcel or isnsin u* Fourth rv.i., f
the City of Naw York eommencin| at a poml on th* .oiitharly (id* of
Cballiaiii-*u**l, disteut 33 f?*l - moh***aer*ri'y Irwin th* bOTBSI lorav
*i by th? ?astarly aid* of Jam.a and tile ?o'Jtli?rly aid* of CastnSDI
3'.r?ol, and running from such point, easterly. afou< th* soulbarly Sid*
it Chatham street. Is f*?t v ir.cb*. to land, foruierly of th* *.ui* of
Koo?rl Hn-kartou, aiel now 1 f Jaaie. S.:ol.? . tiiern - a inth*rly, aloag
isidlands,S] feet I inch) thsnoe w**terh ISfe*t6 acb*?, *mS UteaSs
nortbert) 48 ^?*i 3 >Drh*s. to the ^1?, ? .,r No.its
All those four cartain lot* of land in in* Rigum War* ol 11 . engr
diaUofnuabed a. Iocs Nos. 6sn, fioo, V>7, :>c a map of lauda 0*101141?. 1'
the *.t*i* ol Anthony Lispeniard, bounded ?aaUrly 111 fronibyft**
wick streut,suutherly by lot No. waaurly b) lot* No> SMi,SW,
tnd *X), northerly by lot No. W4. conUitdiu; in fron! axd rt?r Tl feet,
aco So feet in length on tnch side, known by Ih* street nomtar* of fjt
is, S7, .no jv Reowick etreet.
All those certain lots Ol lau* is Iba EigbU. Wars uf tb* city ul
Naw York, beainnini m Ornauwich strut, at tb* distauca of U laat
northerly from th* northeasterly corner of Ore.uwich auS Caual
.ireer*; runnir^j thenr*northerly nlona Oraenwlcfa .tr**t, *Jfe*ti)
uchesi thence amterly, at right Snslaa to Orunwich alrut, vt) fnetf
tiiauc* southerly, iu a hu* parailai to QruQw.ch itreet, 43 -
i lchca . thei;ceer*Qt*rty. WO fa*t. to tl:a ptac* of bafioniufi fcnswses
mrub?r? 47V and 4SI Oreenwicb*lr?*t.
AH that certain lot of and m th* Aixleeutb War* ol nid Uly,
>ound*d northerly, 111 front. h\ 3*v*i,ie*.uj ?treat, weaterjy by lot
No 47, southerly b) lot?7, and' easterly by hit No. 4V, -.oiiUiniu* t?
is**, width in front ud rear, and91 .'oat lilt, riches in depth, nas ?
kuarwn by number 4h. i?i a map of lauds of die lite Wilham navud.
All that certain lot or pan.al of land m die SuttMUtb Ward or 11 a
.aid .-ty. iM'iuuiri* at? point or, tu. noiUiorly aid* uf Soiteenth'
?treat,auteaflOtl feet ?*st*r!) iron, the w?,rerly ,.d? .d **.*? tfc
? ??nor; runniu thanes northerly, in a Im? para!l*l to th*S*Tenlk
sr*n^*, 63 f??t and half sn inch, th*n>-a t?jt?rly, on ? ha*
aarsllal to Hmeentn (treat, 100 l*?t, k the we*t?rly hoa or 1 ,
StteoUl axenuej thenc* mutiierly, asms th* ?ame.S f??n meba?,
t- the laud. ..f John Jacob A.tor. thaoce ???t*rly about 43 'fi;
and thanr* southerly, nlont said landa, to tb? northerly line ol Sir,
t-^nth ('.reot; rhecc* westerly, along th* ?am*, ?1 fee' 7 bet
Sil mat certain Intol l?r,o m the .aid Sixteenth Ward of*S Jci?J,?*
gtoutngat a point 01. 0 . ?ootbarly aid* of Sutuuth ?trul el.etatt
1OO teat waaterly from th* ?*?i?rl) line of 3?*?qdi a??uu? i lh?o<a
icratherry, oa 1 ho* p*ral!*l tu MTent? a?euua, 100 f?et > 'nohat,
t ance westerly, parallel to Sixteenth ??-reet, n feetf thamtecurt*
edy.ona Im* parallel u- Serentfa-ueenne, 100 fwi 1 -uriia* m th*
? .id Has ol oixteenlh-streati ihauea ea..terlv, along laid ?treet i
feil to tl.* plat.* of be<iuninf
Allthatvertaic other lot in laid last mentioned W?i I, on lbs ri irth
s.oi Sixteen h .'r?t 1 l 4 a point SSO '?et (titarty iromtha
north-aaatariy corner of fle.etti and listeenth .1- .od m*(*ur
nit thenr. asalarli t> '??? ihene n?tharty a* Let 1 iuchMI
theuce waatarl? SS faeti tl.anca . ... .? , W f**t 3 inches, to the
place ? '? ... . 1.
Also tsat certain water lot, with ill* mills (reel.* Ibereoa, <ilu?i?
nganrdee, in "?? 3ilt?*r:lh War* ol -Jb* ^it) ol B*w Yorl, u
grafted to alexandar M. Comb, containing In oraadih, oa (?ch ?14*01
t-.? Spi.ytaa Duy?*l Cruk. mo fut, end running Ihr rngji lb* "ho ?
r ght of th* Corporaton acn;a* tie ??m*. from high water ??rk v)
low w.urmart - Dntad New York. !?oe. IS tM?i
nSS tJanS JoHN v. dsvkiiv, Proctor, II Wallet
(ZTHThTrF.S SA I.F.-SUrtitIOK 1 OVhT.?TUtMlAS VlURPHr
?i/foriui PHILIP MeAKDJtt* Sil Be plea/ad to tike sous
1,? rer ol
he on* p<rt
?ae'gnid axd thereinSSt forth are ihua d**crib?dl All that ;ert? 0
, .. e , T pen - ?.' gri und with buildins,? arsl improvanvsets Uierc.n,
s.t'inte.iy mg .0111 neing in l"? S xteenth ' la'e lim fwelf Ii I W.r 1 cftka
1 t ., ol New-York, bounded snd deecribed na follow., that is to ssy?
Re duiiingals ooiai 00the toutiutrly ?hie ofTwsnty e'thth .beat,4.?
tsnt lO leetBOMh-westwurdlr from the ?outh west corner ofT??s
ty-eighth-streetsad Lexington nver ue and runoi g thence (onth-wset
wnroly in a lire psraliei witii Lexington-BVsnus ,(S feel and '1 in s??,
there north weatwesterly ar.d in ? l.ne parallel wits T?*a*r-ei?kuV
.liaet ?t fret. 1 hen. 1 u.U. erl> ..,,1 .,1 a l,r,? p.ra !?l w.lh Le.lug
t n-avei ue'" l-.t'i in he. to Twci.i> cijgbth street; and >h*M d .ns
the eaid southed) line ol Twenty stghth .treat ?0 feet to -he pl?-of
beginning, be:e? part and parcel of the pr?ml?e? cou'eye.1 In meriaul
PbUipMcArdeLoneof the partiesbar.to b, Abr.bam H v4n *yi*
.nd Eleu C 1.1. wif?,byd.?d da'nl the tir.tday of A'igu.t.'??,
and rec. rded in the Re.-t* 'a olllci of the City aal Couotyof ^?*
York ir. Liter 4o4 ol' Ccbreysncei. St p7ee 417 the 4-1 d?? ?
Adeu.t.IS46i th? w?il? on both --les .1 the h-t hew./ cutajss
beinc rssiiectnelv party wall., t-.n* u^d m commoa betwees ??
??,-r 0 Ibis lot.Ud theowue, oi the l..t next ?Jjoiamg on ?ac?
,,vn.,r,, reauai.-ti.eli 'he pmmue*b*r*b/roora/Btf oemg th*
v.ne -V?t w.i' frsnl?snd con.eyad to th? ssJd/ofaa QMUn t*
1I...UW .n'sirsr.t.i u^-ther weh Mary hi. "He, ny d'ed beer
, M?r.?--^.r-e Ui aruapraa* t ndeoUirai f rrm'tgagu i--^''g4j*i?
?-of ?..Co-..?..,.,,-.-t?.ud ??--?ort. w.
-eM.,apart w BKAMS. Attorney fc? PUiatitT,
ls'i8?0- iO I) :.r.e st. New York Ci'.r
Tn'he ?h?r rf ol the l itv and Co ;nty of New York.
r-.i 1 KS Ml 1'OLKT? Bar-he MeK'er* and A'thur 1.**'/, agefsoT
Swo ... H- ttu"olph -T-VMLI.itM H hrooI.eH.-Yo.^*
copy o'your saswer to ?ha sstd comp-J' ? f N.w y,,,,,
dis off-,. Hn Iii V..|,?m.t ? ?; ?J', ?? ,??,?.,?.?. ol
twenty day. all" Oi-???.' -"Vflto ?n*?ar '.'.a sa d complutt
the day ol .nch tsivica Wtd ? ,r!l0- w,u .cd?
Within the tinx sforr.aid. th. pi* ?-w' . , .. ,,?,,?,
t-.r-r.t 'or Ui. sun of on* ?"'^JJfsod lortye?n dollar, t itv-n
c.r,r. wO mier*-t on th--i.m 1(J (1?th-,-jmof (i'tydoll.ri
cent- fror, tr - Itrsto J tan1 _ ? f., ..,?._ ry.ted S.?
from tl.e I7lh M.y.I*V " ZM?*? W1I.-0V.
york, November Ii, W?". PU ntiff?'sttorna/.
- ? w~l? jfitcb.n I rodg* 'I th. Supree*.
By OKI?*"' H - pr?,puMmsnt?*?p?T!sl Bss/tM
fo,jr._Netx*'" h?"o^?:.j jt r. . (j^^inJ.eoiiceeW saj
,utu* au._-r<-?.< ?*-' ? a-xehmeat na. .sue! igsxnat ?.??**!
bob r";>';..'"iSSnri por/ROrAUD aresd.atof S.n F-ssrses.
Csltor?? " ,r.- 4? narg. truth ?u*:hment a... rbag 10 1.
an ee? I" ? ?>Tiat>On 01 this "...--<?* . snd rh?j
w,rl?n sir-. n.oot. w to Sm by ,B>- p,r,0n uid th. l.h'arT
Kf'Sf, bi*1.'"f ssry property ?hS tbi* SUto, beloafJg
hS" ^ th- ait^-T? f ?yP-.5ir property bv W, .? forbad
to birr, sac ?? ^ _IHr-n llM lfltn of Movernle,!. i*M
by law. *- N. ME[iB1LL, ABora*ylor Ats*. bJa< ClttdlWiV^
dl Itw'J ' M _. - Wall N'--,
cs.DTBXMZ C017RT, Sew Yorr..-\V/l,?n. I) W>tmora ^
-urniucned and rsnu.r.c to answer to. CompU r.t us lt.-,, .
wa (Oed is US oiBe. of the Ch-rk ot the Ut snd .s
York. M the < ,ty H.H. m the Cny o. ?.? YoO,. on 0> *Wj^
No.ember. ISSO. toe to ur?e a copy of your ana_w-r " ( C I/ ,A
hunt un lue ?ubacriber, at his office, No bi wall J*-*f___(fg as
.w-To,k,w,Uaut-.nt) ds/safter ^*^$^&VtZ*?
you, axcluarv.or t>.. day of .ucb wr*?* f?1'*^* tin.*:
the ssid c.mp'aint w.th.n the time afore... I,*?|? "g comp!?-*
joo wdl apply to th* Court for Ui. r.l rfd*sr*l>d? IS ?? J r
-Daus /a- Yo.k. Sormnber ?. 1860. D
TVOrtCE 1? hereby gixen. Et ?-JF^?S?&m
i>Leg_l.ture of th. State of *ork',2 '"bh''k?? set***"
ct to ireorporat? ?n Inatitubon to V *t.'i*d 'he ?? ?
r.ingx BaS.' toi;* loctte-i ,? th. City of "?w ^gjjelf
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