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REAL INSTATE.
A FARM FOR SALE?In the town
ZVof- Kaan-beater, about It mile- from Bronxnjio Depot,
about 125erre?, with GOOD BUILDINGS, and in a high
??tat Of euloradon. with a choice selection of FRUIT.
Saul Fares adjoin* lite land of I be late Joan Towneend and
L Andrew* on the west and north, and the new village of
Pelibamvllieon tbe south. In view of and about J mile from
the New Haren Railroad, and may he divided into four
part*, with good building attea. and will be sold in pans or
together One-half the price may remain on the farm. In
cralraefP H ALLEY, it Wail St. or on tbe farm, to
dSMweod* CALEB MOROASr
AT PRITATK S\LK.-The_HO?SE
and LOT Of GROUND known a* No ?7 Oreenw.rb
?veeue, said lot being in size 26 feet front. 25 feet on the
rear by over an feet in depth On the *aid Let there is a
front and rear House; the front House is a mree-etory brick
building; tbe rear House is a 2-story end elite Toe front
Houae is finished in good style, with marble mar lea, fold?
ing doom, Croton water, Ae. For price, terma and further
PV^",,^N,fHONV J BLEECKER, Auctioneer,
J17 lw_7 Broad at
AT PRIVATE SALE?The valuable
three-story Brkk HOUSE and LOT, south-east corner
of Va/ira and Laigbt ale
Also, torn tm-etvstory and basement brick HOUSE ani
LOT, lb Lah>hi-at Lot 27 by about 100 feet deep.
Also, tbe brick STABLE, fronting on II John's-lane, neu
LalgbntI A large portion of the purchase money can re?
main on bond and mortgage for a term of years. For fall
particulars, apply to COLE A CH1LT0N. Auctioneers,
jlf. lw 9 WaU-ay
T PRIVATE SALE?The~House '
Aat.d
I Lot No. 42 Dominick-st Tbe bouse 1* a two story
etltic aad basement house, with slate roof and vaults uii-r
the walk, and is in size twenty feet by forty feet In depth,
with tea room in the rear; lot twenty feet front and rear by
eighty-four feet six Inches In depth. A large portion of the
purchase money can remain on bond and mortgage.
For price and further partirular* apply to ANTHONY 1
BLEKCKER. Auctioneer, 7 Broad st. JIT lw
AT PRIVATE SALK.?4 desirable
BUILDING LOTS, two on Twenty-second-st and
two on Twenty-third nt. aH lying In one body, between
Seventh and Eighth avt. commencing inn feet 'west of the
Beventh-av. *ald Lots belog each in size 2? feet front and
rear by half the block in depth. Por price, terra* and far?
ther particulars. Apply to ANTHONY J. BLEECKER,
Auction*er, 7 Broad at. J16 lw
AT PRIVATE SALE?The three-storv
BRICK HOUSE and LOT of GROUND, known ?s
187 (formerly I *?) Heeryet. between State and Joralemon
ata In the cby of Brooklyn Lot 24 feet front and rear
bv IN feet In depth. Tbe House has a basement and sab
eellar. For price and further particulars, apply to
JI6 lw A. J. BLEECKER. Auctioneer. 7 Broal ?t.
AT PRIVATE SALE?The three-story
brick HOUSE and LOT 97 Lexington-avenue, fin?
ished tn modern ?tyle?3 rooms deep; size of Lot 24 feet f)
Inches by ion feet. $4.no* to *5 noOcen remain on bond and
mortgage For term*. Ac. applv to
lie lw ANTHONY J. BLEECKER, 7 Broad sL
(^HEAP RENTS?LOW TAXES?
J Are matters of ranch interest to a large part of the
commanity. There are 126 BUILDING LOTS tn JER?
SEY CITY, three block* from the ferry, lying on the Ral
road, Warren, Sieuben, Prospect and Morgan ata that can
be bought at from toAtiooa lot. and If built on in a
Tear, only #50 cash payment, and balance can remain five
years at six per eeot. This property can be reached in 15
minutes from Broadway. 1* ri*lng rapidly tn value. Taxes
lower than la any city hereabout, offering great Induce?
ment* to tb'j*e desirou* of securing a home. Apply to H.
McCOMB. builder. Stauben at. on the premise*, or to
CHAS J SMITH, 50 Maiden lane ? MATh2m*
COUNTRY SEATS FOR SALE.?
The subscriber offer* for sale hi* valuable Farm and
Country Meat * mated on Long liland Sound, 21 mile* from
New-Ywrk, In Rye, Weatrbeaier Co. on the New-Haven
sxallroed it will be sold tn one parcel, or divided into
part* of from in to AO acres?each having a splendid build?
ing site. Ac. Or be will sell In one parcel the Mansion
House and oui-buildtngs. with from 30 to 75 acre*. Tbe
land is of superior quality, well fenced, Ac. For further
particular* lnqul re of JAMES BARKER, Jr. TS Beventh
at. or the subscriber on the premises.
J16 3w?_HENRY M. BARKER.
J^ALRMOUNT.?A plot of GROUND
. adjoining Ibe village of Felrmoent, Westchester Coun?
ty, Foi Sale. Tbegroaad 1*dry and elevated, and I* sur?
veyed In lota for budding purposes, a number of which front
on the Boston Road. It will be sold together, or In lot* to
?mit ?ubsenbers. A map of the premise* can be *een and
further particulars given by lotmirtngof
J16 ?w?_X DUE8ENBERRY, 5? William *t
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR
CITY PROPERTY.?The Farm, known as Howard
place, containing about 200 acre*, situate on the South Bay,
ttear the village of Sayvllle. Long Island, formerly the resi?
dence of Capt. Marcena Munsou About half the land 1*
under a high Mate of cultivation, and the whole He* sloping
beautifully toward the beach, and Is capable of great pro?
duction.
The maniion Is surrounded by an extendve. and beautiful
lawn, well shaded with trees and shrubbery-contains
about 20 room*, i* In good condition, and has been recently
painted; coach bousea. stabling for 12 horae*, one of the
large** barn* on the Island; house* for tee, milk, coal,
?moklng, tool*, Ac ; cattle sheds, pig pens, corn house, Ac.
All on the main traveled road, ab jui a quarter of a mile
from tbe water, with a bandeonie avenue leading to t.ie
beach. Thi* i* undeniably a very desirable real lence*
from It* peculiarity of aoll, the purity and abundance of wa
ter. (thero are three wells of soft water, beeide several
springs on the premise*,) modified *ea air?the balmy
brer zee from the t>eaiiuiul bay rendering It dellcloinly cool
In Bummer, and quite temperate in winter. These aJvan
Inge* render it one of the moat healthy location* to he found.
There I* on the place a young orchard of about 150 tre:-a
of seeded grafted fruit, and an extensive gardea tilled
With a great variety of small fruits, plant*, grape*. Ac.?
Oame abound* In the vicinity, and the mo?t enthusiastic
disciple of laaac Walton can be gratified to his heart'* de?
sire with the fish and oyster* from tbe Bay, aad trout in
Oboe!* on hi* own and the neighboring streams. Manure
of the heal quality I* constantly depositing on the beach in
large tpianittie*. and therefore coal* only the labor of carting.
Prom every part of toe place I* an extensive view of the
Ba\ and Ocean beyond.
The dlaiaace from New-York 1* about 50 miles. Time S
hour* by Railroad.
If not aold entire by the l*t of February It ?rill he divided
end aold In cottage Iota Term* moderate, and mo*t of the
purchase money can remain on bond and mortgage If g*>
eired. Inquire of D. D. HOWARD, Irving-House,
Jf tf__ New-York.
FOR SALE.?At New Rochelle, halfa
mile from the New-York and New-Haven Railroad
Depot, a desirable COUNTRY SEAT, formerly tbe resi?
dence of the late Samuel Tilu*. routaiuiog Twelve Acre*,
on an eiuln. : re of wbkii I* pleasantly ailuaied a modern
two story double House, having a fine view of the Sound.
With Carriage-House, Stable, Ac. and a variety of fruit and
?ornamental Trees, apart of the land baa a very commanding
elevation, affordttg several fine building attea .Go the
premise* are Three Tenant Houeee. A large portion of the
Purchase Money ran remain on Mortgage. Applv to
AMOS WILLS TS, 240 Etat Broadway, or to SAMT KL
BOW NE, aver ihe preset*?. Mb lw*
I|K)R SALE.?A neat three-story brick I
HOI SB, and LOT situated on Jaae-at In the Ninth
Ward, and tn the vicinity of Abingdun-*<|uare. Tbe house
Is in a* perfect condition (being nearly new) a* any house 1
In the Ward, possessing, as It doe*, all the modern im
s/rovetnetils and convenience*, such as Range*. Croton
Water, Qaa, Extension Room*, Ac. Ac. It can be pur
rhro ? I Pot fT.tno, Si,POO of which can remain on mortgage,
BUftd ',.nn***jriii givee about toe middle of April Further
particular*, and an examination of the premise*, can be had
by dropping a tin* In box i.Orjt), lower Post Orace. jl? lw
FOR SALE? Aad Poesoa?ioc given the
Aral of April neat, a good two-skory brick Dwelling
Houae, 23 by *> feel, wua kKcneu attached ; also, barn and
other out buildings, ail In good repair; al*o about six acres
of good land adjulueg, with a young orchard of grafted
fruit thereon, tltualed about I j mile* west of the Depot at
South Nor walk. Conn, on the main road Pr.ce $1,800. For
fluiber particular*, tnouire of Chablc* Hovt,35 Broome
at New-York, or of Gaoaec RavMonn, near the Depot,
?outh Nor walk. GEORGE RAYMOND.
Norwath. Conn. Jan. ith. UM |l lot*
FOR SALE,?The first-claw two-story
and atiic (S ttory tn rear) house & Henrr-et 25x44 with
erick addiuon, detaining waah. tea and bath room, lot 100
?eet deep, ground t ent $126, lease SO year* to run, and *ub
Ject to further renewal. Toe premise* are In the most per?
fect older, with every convenience, hot and cold water, Ac.
?he carpet*, oil coin*, plw-glaese*. drapery, Ac. all new,
will be *old If desired. Poetesalon in April. To be seen
between 10 aad 12 AM. and 2 and 4 P.M. Por further par
ajeo ar* aprW to SMITH J EaSTMAN,
)l?2w* 36 Frontet
FOR SALE.?A FARM containing 160
Ac!e*,12T Improved and in high cultivation, ?ltuated
In Woodbounie, Sullivan Co. N Y. where a caih home
market may beaked for ail kind* of produce, at the New
York rate*, with MO mile* transportation added The land
U eniooth and well watered. On the premise* are a good
orchard and neceasary bu.ldtng*.
Por further partlcubar* appiy at IP7 West *t. or of M. T
M t >RSE, Wooeburue, N. Y. I >t
I^OR SALE?The two substantial three
story brick dwelling-bouses No*. 1? and 131 Hudson
ec between Beach and North Moore *ta. Tbe lots are 25
by too feet, under lenses from Ute Prot Eptacopal Educa?
tion Society, which have seven years to ran from Nov. 1.
I860. For InfbrmaUon resp?c'.mg the property, apply at
No 8T Probat. JOHN CAS WELL,' 1 'V'
j*j;aa*od? EDWARD H AIQHT. j * or*'
^OrTsALE,?A Three Story BRICK
X HOI SB and LOT. plensantlv tltuataaf, 3 Pegraw *l
South Brooklyn near Court at (Where the Fu'.ton Ferry
suvi Greenwood tutga* pass.) nutahed with marble Man?
tel*, alidtng Door*, Range, he. well calculated for a geu
faal OaoB?r , wilt b* aold low aa easy tertua Apply te iL
HEED, rrjefraw-ai_*_ lf?et
liXiR SALE.?31 LOTS on Nineteenth
j* *4 Elahth Ware, City of Brookiyn, with 100 feet waler
Brtvllege to iba channel. Tbl* property will be exchanged
lore bou*eaod lot u BrtK?kl)-n. Apply 10 WO FOR
JMAN.aa^th-Wrmaaaeat. J16 lw*
?piOR SALE.?The modern built, three
JS. eaory bilck houae. No. ?4 Sixth et with foidieg doors,
marble mantel*, baaeaent aad aader cellar. Crotan water,
bath room, Ac In hrat raie order inculre at 279 Oreea
wichet of_(jlllm'l A A W1LDEV
FOR SALE?The premises 14 Dey-st.
known an "TUB SARACEN'S HEAD," lot A? by
78 feet, com mend lag a rent en lease to a go-xi tenant of
ft) 1*2 60 and the tax** For particular* tnquuwof
j]4 Meod' CHAS. T CROMWELL, rat Wallet.
FOR SALE.?A Lot of ground '20 feot
6 Inches front and rear by 75 feat deep, eituaieon
Avenue B. at>out 50 feel aotith from Nlethal For tana*
gtpply at l?u Tenth-et near Thirdeir. JU lw
For sale on staten island.
-Adeslreole HOUSE AMD LOT, near PORT RICH
MONO, ittuaied cm the me/I to Richmond Village, about
one inilefrora the l*ndtag. Tie Hontet? a two story frame
bniichnr, with plezxa front and rear There Is a good gar?
den, with fruit trees, shrubbery, tic. Possese'on given oe
the 1st >f May nsit. Apply to
nISlswtf __EMERSON It PRICHARD.1P Wall-et,
mf ONTICKLLO.?Few sale, r How
IvE. and Lot suitable for boarders, opposVe the aSove
eontemp.ated village. Apply to P. BERTI NK, 211 Third
?r or WM UERTINE. near the premise*. E?stetester
J14 lm?_
Own vourTiouse and lot?
125 BUILDING LOTS In Jersey City, on the Rail
road, within four block* of the Ferry, and can be reached
In f.fWn minutes from Broadway. Pnce* from |M to
?OA Terms?if built on in one year, R50, casb; balance
can remain five years at six per cenL Taxes InJersyCity
are 1cm than one quarter of what they are in thi* city,
Bronklvn or WiUiamsburgb. Great iraproveraents are be
msdA in the vicinity and these lots-rapidly rising in
?e.
Lou with wbarf privilege and water front to lease. For
aps or other infbnnst'.on spply to
o28 3mlawM* CUAS / SMITH. 50 Maiden-lane.
leg
PRIVATE RESIDENCE IN THE
Village of Sing Sing FOR SALE or EXCHANGE for
New-York or Brooklyn property withtn three minutes wslk
of the Hudson River Rai'road Depot. The sail House is In
first-rate order and well cAiculated for a large lamily?good
I urn. plenty fruit. The walk? all Maged? the House % by
2i. Lot 1*5 by 56. Inquire at 73 Wtiliain-s'.. ofGEO Mc
CORD, New-York._d 19 Im??!'
\VALUABLE PROPERTY" tor SALE
In the town of EAST CHESTER We?tehe*tr-r C j.
N Y.?The Farm la'e of Moses Clark, deceased, situated in
Uie town of East Chester. VVestebester Co. Is offered for
sale It is situated about It miles from the Tuikahoe De?
pot of the Harlem Railroad, contain!*? IUI acres, bjunled
northerly by a highway leading from East Chester to New
Rochelle, easterly by the easterly highway of East Chester,
northerly by land late of Judge Somerrtlle, wererlyby
lands late of Rain A Morgan, and lands of James Morgan,
Esq. On the Farm is a substantial mansion-bouse, a large
barn, and extensive sheds, mill-house, carriage-house, and
other necessary out-buildisgs, all in gool condition, also,
a good tenant-house. The Farm l* in a high s a - of Im?
provement, and I* well calculated for farming, or to be di?
vided in lots, as It Is bounded by highway* about 2V> rod*.
From thi* place there I* a very extensive view of Long
I a. and Sou*d. 8)3,o<xi of the purchase mrney msy remain
on mortgage on the Farm. For further particular* inquire
of SAMUEL CLARK, lie Elizabeth st. New-York. AL
PHEU8 CLARK, on ihe premises, or of the undersigned
at New-Rocbelle. JOHN SOULICE,
JI7 3w* Executor of Moses Clark, dee'd.
W~ ATER POWER FOR SALE OR
LEASE?ThedesiraMesnd extensive Weter Power
st Depot of Harlem Railroad, twenty-two miles from City
Hail, will be sold or le***4 on favorable terms For fur?
ther particular*, sddre?? Bon tK? Pott-OfTice JI62w*
HOUSES* &C. TO LET.
TO LET.?THE SCHENECTADY
LOCOMOTIVE ENGINE WORKS ?The under
signed Receiver of the Estate called " The 8cben*-tady
Locomotive Engine Work*," lately occupied by E. 8. Nor
ris. offers tbe said werk* to rent for a term of years, with
the right to the lessee to purchase the same.
Theee works are located In the City of Scbenectady,
w ;h convenient access by mean* of a ibort latteral rail?
road, to all tbe great railroads which meet and diverge
there. The building* are new. constructed of brick w ,th
slate roofs, one being 156 feet by .50 in it* rimensions, and
four others of similar character of lesser dimension*, all
planned and erected on an extensive and convenient scale.
Among these are a large Iron and Bra** Peuudry. a Pattern
Shop. Ac. The tool* and machinery among which ia in?
cluded anew Engine of 80 horse-power, are of tbe most
approved kli.d. The bulldidgs are located on a site of four
seres of land, and in connection therewith belong* a lot
?ttuate on the Erie Canal convenient for Ihe receipt of coal
and other freighL The moat competent Judge* prenounce
the works. In view of their locality, and extensive and per?
fect character, the moat desirable of any In the Union.
The terms will be very reasonable, and possession can be
given immediately. Dated 8chunectady, Jan 1. 1851.
jlOSaw4w A. L. LINN. Receiver, Ac.
1MJ LET?Rooms And Bed-Rooms in
new brick houses In South Brooklyn, nnw the ferry ,
rent ftom f?4Io$6 per month ; also new brick Oolhlc cot?
tage In this city; very nice and genteel,?8 rooms and cellar
?rent, %"M< per annum. Inquire of
jl Im* T.TOWN8END,82 Nassau-st
TO LET OR LEASE?The five-story
STORE 441 Broadway. Apply to
J17 3ieod* W. B. LAWRENCE, Jr. 498 Broadway.
TO LET.?ABBEY HOTEL AND
Cf>TTAOE. on tbe Bloomtngdale Road. Apply to
j 18 1W C. C. WEBER, 3-13 East Broadway.
FOR SALE.
Fl ?r SALE?The old established Hotel
and lut ing Saloon, with (tabling for 115 bor*e?, known
a* tbe We*tcbe*ter Hotel. 21 Bowery. The reason for sal
ling tbe present owner is going in other hutinea*. 118 3t*
JTOJl sale, on favorable terms, stock
and FIXTURES ff a Millinery and Fancy Goods
Store, wiib immedlste'wsseasion Apply to
.118 Iw_; J BUTLER. 123 Kulton-?t.
P?mphene/ burning fluid,"
SPIRIT GAS ALCOHOL, Ac.-The above articles
of tbe very best quality, manufactured and for aale In barrels
and baif barrel* at the lowest prt, e, by
JAMES J. TAP8COTT,
Successor to COOK A ADAMS, 86 Soutb-st
T he trade su p piled on reasonable terms. d28 1 m *
{ \ a RP?TING, Oil Cloths, Hearth Run*.
Table and Piano Cover?, Window Shades, Ac cheap
at HYATT'S Carpet Store, 94 Bowery. JI7 St*
(^ENUINE TEAS.-The Canton Tea
'Company hereby apprise the public that they are now
prepared to retail every variety <>r TEA at lower prices
ilian any other establishment can uniformly do. Their ex?
tensive ivbolesule trade always requiring them to keep on
band a < ??ry large aaaorunent. the purchssnr at retail neces?
sarily c"eiive? msny advantages by trading with Ibem,
w l ich he will fall to obtain elsewhere. City and country
families would greatly consult their interests by duly re?
garding this advertisement. This Is the oldest Tea Com
psny In the city. Their only establishment is at 181 Chat?
ham st. between Pearl and Roosevelt, and they have now
no brarrh stores.
Grocers supplied In small quantities a* low a* by the
chest._J I t 3m'
Jstouvenel <fc CO. 594 Broad
? wav. next to Nlhlo's, lust opened a splendid assort?
ment of HOLIDAY PRESENTS, such as will not be found
In this ctty. Fancy Bohemian Glues Tarveota articles.
Glass and China Vases, Card Receivers. Candelabra*. Can?
dlesticks. Cologne Botilea. Stiver Plated articles. Ac. Rich
Cut Glass, French China Dinner, Dessen and Tea Sells,
French Lamps, and a complete assortment of rich Gas Fix
tares. Boktr and Fluid Lamps, and t.onti article* not men
ttoaed. Also, the same articles will be found at ih- r store
I Jos*>st uutt! 1st February next,
, J. 8TOUVENEL A CO.
awl Ian*_Glass Manufactory, 58 and 60 Vesey-at
Newspaper for sale.?a Urge
and well MtablUbed WHIG NEWSPAPER, the only
one In the County jjsituated at ihe capitol of one of the New.
England States. Tbe office Is well furnished i tu patron
arf?* greater than most papers of Its elass. One-half, one
tnlro, iw o-thlrdsor the whole of It will be sold Tbe latter
will Ue preferred as the present proprietor wishes to leave
thai part of the country. Inquire of the Editor of The Tri
eaae_ Ji 3w
ONE of THE largest SHOE
STORES in the ctty Is offered for SALE. Ladles' and
Children's Shoes, doing a buaines* of B2V0S0 and can
extended to double that amount. Capital required, $3,000 to
ft .fco For particulars. Inquire of
J17 3t?_T. FULLER. 42 Cortlaad-st
PAINTERS! glaziers!! sash
MAKERS':1 Builders and others Interested, remem?
ber that SAMUEL SC HOON MAKER. 6 Chat ham-Square,
offers for sale tbe very beat qualities of French and Ameri?
can Glass of all sties, from 6x8 to 34x46, at the very lowest
cash prices. Painters la particular, mav bear in mind that
by tbe aid of FOUR EXTENSIVE STEAM POWER
PAINT MILLS kept constantly in operation, 1 am enabled
to sell teuer article* ot Paint at lower prices than any
other Bienufariurer in the Untted States. Paints, Oils,
Patty, Brushes, and ever* article tn the line tn any quantity.
SAMUEL SCHOONMAKER.
6 Chatham-square, New-York.
N B. City purchaser* will have their good* delivered ta
?ale condition and free of charge to any part ol tbe city.
Jl lsaeod? _
eHADEpainters!?shade pain
^TER8 :-AU Shade Painters m thi* Ci:y and MM
where are stoat respectfully Informed that my manufac?
tory Is the only one in the United States where Painu are
ground by steani expressly for Shade Painter*, which ena?
ble* me to sell ihe choicest colors of the very best quality at
tbe following reduced price*:
Tena de Steens, burnt.25 cents per lb.
Terra de Sienna, raw.lflcenu per lb.
Umber, bunt.18| cents per lb.
Umber, raw.15 cenu per lb.
Chron.e Yellow.25 cenu per lb.
Pans Green.311 cenu per ib,
Ckrome Green. No. 1.311 cenu per 1 b.
Chrome Green, No. 2.25 cenu per lb.
Prueslan Blue.62* cenu perlt?.
Chinese Blue.87{cenU per 1 b)
Everything required by the Painter kept constantly oa
band Goods sent free of charge and tn safe condition 10
Any part of lie City. 8. SCHOONMAKER,
jl lnseod* 6 Cbslkam-square N. T.
THOMAS E. BROADWAY ia offering
some of the choices* BEEF, VEAL, and MUTToS
ta the New-York Market, at h:? Old Stall, 1 Clinton Market.
Person* vutung the above Market will do well to give Ma
acaii _oSi Ssaeod*
TO PRINTERS.?For Sale at a great
bargain, aa old established Job Printing Oft.-?, loca?
ted la one of the most business pertion* of Qu dty. Hsa
a rood run of custom and transient work, with lour presses
and every facility for execuung tbe same. The only object
the city
from A>*J
.. met with.
For farther particular*, address by letter. post-paid, to
- Printer," or spply after 7 o'clock, P. M. at 36 Huoert *t
near \\ asUlngten, New-York. ja* iw
T- ^PRINTERS.?For taie the follow
Iowing lota of second-hand TYPE ta fjcu to suit
asjiahssrrs.slthirT with or without oases. *i*
StanaU Pica..2J98lbu I Loau Prtear.mitm
sVwrgeots. *? ?' I Brevier.ITS ??
The shore TYPE is to food rtwMog aid will be sold at I
?owruie* idatfl JOHN F TROW. 14Aaa-aL
kB asillng, >? thai tbe owner it obliged to leave
and mu*t close ihe business. Any person having
to |SO0 will find thu aa opportunity so,don to be
c
F
IIVSTRUCTIOIV.
COLLEGE INSTITUTE.?Youne men
in Brooklyn and Neu York, d-*irou* of pursuing Col
leceauidit'*. erere*pectfu ly reooeeied to confer w.ih 'M A."
Tr.Uune Off.ce, Ill* method of instruction I* Uiti adopted In
tre best New-Engla ,?! ?-!??-. *. ?r.d nil the edveatage* of
Illustration in tbe science* which the metropolis affords sri.i
be secured to his pun. a. Terms. B.'?1 par annum Na n
l-er of pupils limited so eight- References u nairoas and
other* of the highest respectability. J206teoi*^
\I 1 SjCAL~INSTRUCTION. -^MR.
l'Jl CHARLES KLAUSER will gtve LESSONS on the
PIANO, in SINGING, and in the element* of MUSICAL
THEORY. THOROUGH BASE, kr The instruction
will be given in Eng.ish. Fretch or ? iermen. Term* mod?
erate _u
Referetre-Dr. Weiss?. 8 St George ?-place. East Tb'r
teeoth-sl; Emmerich k Vila. Hi John-st; Ernbree. 134
K<r?rrT; Mr Wm. Brunner, 37 Beaver-*!.; Messrs S> nar
fenberg 4. Luis. \?S Broadway. j20 2w*
H ECKS ON THE U. & 8C? >OL
AGENCY, procure negotiations with best Schools,
Kami let. Teachers, ke and are selling to the parv.es at one
per cent, on one year's compensation, transfVrrab.e aid
goid until an equivalent la received. Apply earlv, f?ll,
and post paid. E H WILCOX. Proprietor. 2t>< Broad
way. Established 1P47._' ' "?
RENCH TAUGHT.?Mr. BANSEN,
late student with Prof Ampere. In Parts, contioue* his
PRIVATE INSTRUCTION In the French Language and
Literature. Can be teen at 507J Broadway, between the
hours of 4 and fi P. MJ_J31m?
ItlUSICAL INSTRUCTION.?WIL
I'lLIAM MAYERHOFKR. late from Berlin. Ti*-mV>r of
the New-York German Teacher*' Association, l* desirous
of giving lessons to a few iadles or gentlemen tn singing,
on the pianoforte, or the organ, as well as in tturoagh
has* and musical composition Best refereacs given ?
Apply at W ESTEEM AN BROS Bookstore. 2*' Broad?
way/_Jit la
PRIVATE INSTRUCTION.?A
Teacher of many years' experience will instruct pri?
vate pupils of clsssea in schools, tn common and higher
Mathematics, with Perspective Navigation. Surveying.
Engineering, and the construction of Plans, Profile*.
Charts. Ac. Address Geometry, Tribune Office. J16 81*
P~ RIVATE SCHOOL.?For Sale the
GOOD WILL AND PL'RNITL RE of a long establish?
ed and flourishing Private School, constating of about fifty
day scholars, axd thirty evening. Kor particular*, apply
after 5(F. M. at the School Room. t>7 Christie st. JI67t*
T~HE COMMERCIAL AND CLASSI
CAL SCHOOL, 75 Henry st consisting of three de?
partments, in complete order, is now open. See full edver
dseraent. [o7 lawif] SOLOMON JP.NNER, Principal.
fOUNti LADIFeS' SCHOOL for Sale.
In tbe Clrv of New-York, a Young Ladies* 8chool of
high order, admirably located, and furnished in tbe most
perfect manner for the acrrnvraodauon of one hundred
and twenty pupils. For particulars Inquire of E. H.
Wn-cox, U. 8. School Agency. 291 Broadway New
York_gj aodd
PIANOS.
HANO FOR SALE.?A superior rose
wood Piano, nearly new and but little used. Address
O.A. ait Ida office. j2" 2t
rtXNO-FORTES FOR SALE.?Per
JL *<ms abont porchaalng Pianos will find It to their ad van
tage to call at BEN NET A COMPANY 8 Manufactory, 151
Fajun-et least side of Broadway.) Tbey have a large as?
sortment of Rosewood Piano* constantly on hand Every 1?
strument warranted for two years. B. A Co. have the names
efinor* than 1,900 persons they will refer to, who have pur?
She sad piano* of them, all of which have given universal sale
Isfac Job, but when any don hu are expressed a* to their qual?
ity, the payment may be withheld anal auch doubts are re*
moved. Old Pianos exchanged. New and second-hand
Biasos to let._n27 tl
PIANO-FORT ES.?Persons about pur?
chasing Plane? will find it to their advantage to call at ft,
wlemn A C-o'e Manufactory, 194 Faluro-st (west of Broad?
way.) A general assortment of mahogany and rosewood
Pianos constantly on band, which will be sold low for cash or
approved paper Dealers supplied on liberal terms
-ao* af_ft, GLENN k CO 194 Fulton et
PIANOS FOR SALE and to hire, at 7
Barclayet opposite the Astor House, from fij to 7 oc?
taves, in rosewood and mahogany caae*.
018 3m* JAMES THOMPSON, late Tallman A Randall
PIANO-FORTES.?V. F. HARRI
SON, 23 Canal-*t. [wareroom 2d *tory.j offers for sale
a aplendid assortment of Rosewood PIANOS 01 t>| and 7
octaves, with the la'esf Improvements. J18 Im
PIANO FOR SALE?A Good Sec: !
band Piano, with mahogany case, French polish.
Price lno dollars. Inquire ai 41" VVashingtonet ji8 lw
UBOIS ?sTWARRINERTprano-Forta
Makers,315 BROADWAY N. Y. JS1 Im*
& H. BARMORE offer at their Man
D
G.
* ufactory and Ware-room, 548 BLKKCKER-?t cor?
ner of Charieeat an assortment of elegant PIANO
PORTES, with the metallic frame and reverse bridge, and
all other modem Improvements. do 3m*
[ 6z C. FISCHER, (late Nonns fc Fis
e cheb.) Manufactory and Wareroom, 170 Greenwich
St corner of Dev. PIANO-FORTES warranted, with re?
verse bridge and patent tube, well calculated for keeping
tn lune risno-fortes tuned, repaired and exchanged.
427 lma
SERAPHINE, jEOLIAN and MELO
DEON WAREROOMS. 368 Broadway, N Y.
galas*_J 8 CLARK
e**a???aw*?a?^aw*Maw*a^a?a*wB*?**s*?*?^a*a^a***sa***??
INSURANCE
OFFICE OF THE GROCERS' FIRE
INSURANCE COMPANY, New-York. January 2oth,
18.51.?The Stockholders of ibi* Company are hereby noti?
fied that the Annual Election for Director* will be held at
the office, PI Wall st, corner of Pearl et on Monday, Feb.
3 The poll win open at II o'clock, A. M. and close at 1
P. M j j2U 7teodl J MILTON SMITH, Secretary.
BROOKLYN FIRE INSURANCEC?.
-Office No. 6 Merchants' Exchange. Wall-et N. T.
and 43 Fulum-et Brooklyn. WM. ELLSWORTH, Praat
A. G Stxvcmi. Secretary audtat*
/CONNECTICUT FIRE INSURANCE
COMPANY. Hartford; Capital, ISMUS*, wlthaeur
plea- B. W. GREENE, Preeident
J. B. Ei DsrDCK. Secretary.
For Insurance, apply to E. WHITE. 42 Wllliam-st
dl4 Smeod Second door below Wall.
HUDSON RIVER FIRE INSU
RANCE COMPANY, o< ' v-aterford, N. Y.-OfficeSi
Weh-et New-York. CAPITAL ?200,000.
dibbctobs.
Hon Hugh White, T C Morgan, W. GV and en burgh.
Isaiah Blood, P. J. Avery, H. D. Puller.
Alfred Noxon. Joshua Mora, Samuel A. House,
Mayo Pond. Gilb V Lansing. Robert Blaka
HUGH WHITE, President
ISAIAH BLOOD, Vlce-Preaident
P. J. Avtav. Secretary.
THIS COMPANY, having a PULL CAPITAL paid la
and Invested, are prepared to INSURE BUILDINGS,
MERCHANDISE and HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE
against leas or damage by fire, on tbe moat reasonable terms.
Ad losses promptly adjusted and paid at tbe NEW-YORK
OFFICE in money current at the Banks in this dry. Local
Relereee: Hon. John Young, Wm P. Miller. Esq. 85 Gold?
es.; Joseph W Savage, Esq. Messrs Joseph Ketchnm A
loo, S4 Front-*! [ue tfeod] JAMES A REU I'A, Agent
OlFFICE BROADWAY INSURANCE
COMPANY, No. 413 BROADWAY-At the Annual
Election for Director* of thl* Institution, hold at the Office
of the Company this day. the following gen Leu en ware
elected
Schureman Halsted. Ben). K. Camp, Reuben W.Howes,
John Harper, Cha*. Sandt'ord, John B Dickinson.
Wm V. Brady. Chester Dnggs, JohnT. Fisher.
\% tn B. Skidmore. Sml. B Altbause, Aaron Arnold.
Wilson G Hunt, John B. Corltea, Cha* P. Brown,
John Falconer. Bernard Smyth, Wm. Truslow,
Leonard K.:rbv, Jno W Mereereau,Crowe i Had.'.en,
Geo T Cahb. Heimos M. Wells, John McLean.
P. W. Edmonds. Matthew Bird. Stephen V. Albro,
Lewis Doty, H. M Forrester, James Footer.
Tbe following gentlemen were at the same ttme chosen
I Dspectors of the next election .
Richard Berry. Washington Yale, James Hart
At a subsequent meeting of the Board. SCHUREMAN
HALSTED. Esq. was unaniuiou*iv reflected President for
theectalag veer. JOHN WRAY, Secretary.
New-York, Jan 14. 1851. J17 lw
THE GROCERS' FIRE INSURANCE
COMPANY, office 81 Wall-et corner of Pearl, N. T.
CAPITAL ?iOO.OOO.-Thie Company, having their
capital all paid tn. in cash, are prepared to insure BuEdrrtge,
Merchandise, Household fumimre. Vessels In Port, tbetr
Cargo**, Ac. against lose or damage by Are; also, the
Risk* of lc and Navigation and Transportation, on the most
Arorable kerne All '^^Jji^."^ adjusted aid paid.
Ruins Story, Moees Taylor, aaxmpeon Moore,
Pete.-Martin. George Eider, Cha* Burin alter.
F-enciaSktndy. Henry Edey, Asa 8. Porter,
Ja* B Wlisoe. Alex. H. Grant, Wm. R Footer.
Ban. B. Sherman. Marshall Peoooe, lease C Taylor.
?AMPSON MOORE. President
J. Mitron SanTM, Secretary. 27f tf
rjiHE MERCHANTS* INSURANCE
X COMPANY OP THE CITY OP NEW-TORR, ones
Ocean Bank Building, corner of Greenwich and Pulton MS.
CASH CAPITAL 8'JjOO.OOO. Insurance against loa
er damage bv fire. CROWELL ADAMS. President.
ejhtoavca W Savaen. Secretary. jejn if
Orrtcr Mracaftrtta Mlt Iks Co. S3 Wall-et. i
Nr w-Vobb, January 16,1851. )
THIS COMPANY respectfully jrives
notice that by a resolution at the Board of TriaaSOaV
passed oc the 14th tost the business of the Company will
hereafter be extended to the lnaorar.ee of Vessels. In addi?
tion to Cargo acd Freight
JOSEPH WALKER. President
LEWIS GREGOaY. 1st Vice-president
ELWOOD WALTER. 2d Vice-Preeident
Cuts Nswvoes, Secretary
TRUSTEES
Joseph Walker, C. W. A Rodger*, Cyrue Curtiee,
Thon:** Hunt Paul N. SpotTord, Herman Boker,
Jarres Freeland, Sepamu* Crookea, Che* Q. Car'eton,
Herrn Sbeidee. CBarle* Payee, Luctua Hopkins
Thou.a*8 N?**3*t Ciia* H. Rogera. Dea'l G. Harlland.
Wilson G. Hunt, Samu?! J Baal*. Levt Cook,
StewartC. Marsh. William Wan. Davtd L Sayre
George H satinr?. A .met Ree*). Henry A Stone
Samuel Wllletu. Johr Steward. Jr. O R Malikry
Geo D. Pbein*. Jame* T So*Bar. Frederick Viator
H W T Mail. R>cAard Mtgaiow. ,(T lw*
L
DRV GOODS.
IN ENS AND MUSLINS BY THE
su*pJECE.-S! irt XIaim 8n;'plied. Also. Table CUHhs,
Dsn ssks. Dispers, Towels. Ac B anket*. Flann? ?, Broad
rlotha. Mernr,. Cashmere*, Ac. Damaged Otngham*.
Table Cover*. Sewing (Mk ar For tale at reduced pne**.
by WILLIAM MATH E WS, 60 Catherine st_jfc Jus'
JSc P. ( OATS S SlXcORD SPOOL
* COTTON.-The venders and consum-i* of oar Spool
I Cotiona. are hereby infermed, that we have no Internet
whatever, rtther directly or indirecUv. in the manufacture,
or aale of any other article of Spool Cotton imported into
the I'tnrd States, than the one which bears, on each spool,
oor ntme tn full " J. k P. f*OATS," and that of " Andrew
I Coats, Genera! Agent for the L'nited Sutra," snd we take
I leave at the same time, to state, that all oor Threads are
manufactured by oursei res, wuhia our own premises.
Having recently msdeextensive additions to oar Works,
< which will materially increase oor production, we hope in
future to be able to keep pace with the constantly Increasv
tnr demand from the Celled Slates. _
Our trades marks, having by many decisions received the
roll protection of the Law Courts, we shall continue to pros?
ecute all infringements of them. J. k P. COATS,
ANDREW COATS. .>-r>-r,| Agent
J15 SmDAWl m for the Caned Slates.
DTvTD COATS'S SIX CORD
SPOOL COTTON.-A shipment of this superior ar
1 tide is expected by the first steamer. Our stock being en?
tirely sold out, we will be happy to take orders for Thread to
arrive. We beg to state to the trade generally, that we not
only mar ufaciure our own Threads.but also spin and bleach
I oar own rams, within oar own extensive mi ls, ihereby
giving us a complete command of all tnejdifferent processes
i connected with the manufacture of Spool Cotton. Our
i name and trades marks being protected by the Law Courts
of the Lc:red States, we hereby warn ar parties from In?
fringing on them. D. COATs. to Cedar sl New-York.
jlS 2w*
MARCUS SPRING fit CO.. No. 51
UM EXCHANGE-PLACE ??tier tor saleoncommlssi-JO,
Bbown Snctrtxcs. Fancy Cassimebej,
Bbown Bhibting?. Blacx Urn Colossd :<o .
8hibtinc Stsipes. Bboad Cloths,
Bleached Cottons. SursKs Gbavs,
Bi t s Dbnim?, Satinets snd Twsbd*.
Pantai oos STvrrs. Plaid Linssvs,
(great raru+y) Kebseys.
BlLECIAt AND CaMSBICS, CLOABINtit,
ArsoM Checks. Flannels,
J6Sm_PRINTING CLOTHS._
To Country and City Merchants.
MOULTON Sc CO. 33 Pine and 64 Ce
dar sl offer by the piece or package one of the most
extensive and varied STOCKS OP FRENCH. GERMAN.
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN DRY GOODS to be found
In this city, at prices that will please close CASH BUY?
ERS. J16 lmDASmW*
COLORED CAMBRICS.?100 cams
all colors and Qualities for sale at reduced prices by
dt C B. LE BARON. 55 Ptne-st
COLORED COATINGS?50 package*
Blue, Wine and Mixed Coalings and Green Sickin ft,
forsals by [a21 tf| NE8M1TH a CO. 50 and 52P'.ne-et
C~ORDOVA PLAINS?20 package*,all
wool. Gray Negro Cloths, for tale by
nSl if_NE8M1TH a CO 5" and 52 fineet
NANKEENS?50 casesin lOyard pieces,
for sale by NES&flTH k CO.
n21 tf 50 aad 52 Ptnsvst
NEW-BEDFORD^WaIi MIL?LS
COTTONS?300 packages, comprising the different
qualities, bleached and unbleached. made by the N. B. 8.M.
Co. for sale by siESMlTH k CO.
n2l tf So and 52 Plne-st
PRINTER'S BLANKETS?And Lap
ping Engravers and Roller Cloth, for sale by
d? C B LE BARON. >< Plne-st.
SUPERFINE SHIRTINGS?The Wil
llamtvllle Company's Medal Premium Shirtings, St
DCb Brown and 37 inch Bleached, for sale by the Agents,
?3]itf_NE8M1TH A CO. 50 and 52 Ptne-st.
WALTHAM COTTONS?200 pack
ages, different widths and qualities, Boston Maoo
hvcturlngCo.'s fabric, for sale by NE8MITH A CO. ?
nXlU_*_?asai?Plns>a
ek t/Y CASES ADAMS BLUE AND
awlFl "oRANOE PRINTS.-Superlor In quality of worfc
and variety of style, for sale by C B. LE BARON,
d4 56 Plne-st
CASES BLEACHED SHIRT
- 'I NOB. 26. 27, 29. 33 and 36 Inch, suitable for
Manufacturers of Bags, and the general trade Por sale by
d4 C. B. LE BARON, 56 PlneeL
11 m CASES BLUE and WHITE and
-I vl'iwu BLUE PRJNT8. For sale by
d? C B. LE BARON, 55 Ptne-st
200,
YVINTER GARMENTS.?In view of
v v the advanced taste of the Season, we are offering at
Reduced Prices a selection from what In an endeavor to re?
tain the supremacy of our Goods, we have no hesitation in
commending as the best assortment of First Quality
READY MADE GARMENTS in the city, comprising a
particularly new style of Burton (a, Over and Body Sacks,
Dress and Fn>ck Coats, Pantaloons, Vests, lie
VVM. T. JENNINGS, k Co. 231 Broadway,
4.23 tf opposite the Park Fountain,
M KS. VAN HOUTEN'S SHIRT AND
IT! FURNISHING ESTABLISHMENT,^ Nastau-tL
Is destined to become the retreat Air the fashionable, gen?
tlemen of New-York. Her new and splendid styles of
Winter Goods are now offered st very reasonable prices.
Orders will be executed at 24 hours' notice. Gents Air*
nlshed for the ball-room in elegant styls. Call and see.
d31 lmeod* _
TO PARENTS AND CHILDREN.?
Msny children are deformed from relaxation of the
planoel muscles of the feet, during the early years of walk?
ing, leading to malformation oi ihn feet, lameuess and
misery through life The difficulty admits of easy and
Srompt remedy And as the celebrated Ameebury of Lon
<>n, says. ? Many of the cases of knock knee and those
caae* (initialing hip diseases, the difficulty can be removed
like s charm, by properly sustaining the pla'.e arec ' San
ford Bell, M D of this city ssys, tn relation to this subject i
" Among the many contrivances, I hsve seen used, none
come so near perfection as the Spring Shank of LORIN
BROOKS . wit), it there is no positive confinement, but the
muscles are taught properly to perform their functions,
wbtie the bones and ligaments are kept quietly and posi?
tively in their nstural poaitlon In ray daughter's case,
they have produced great benefit." 114 li
REMEDY for COLD FEET.?CHEM
ICAL INSIDE MGVEABLE ELASTIC FRENCH
HAIR SOLES?They fulfill all the requisite indications,
viz : softness, elasticity, and tendency to saeep the feet tn a
natural state of beat and moistare. In cold and damp
weather most people will find them highly useful tn pro?
moting health and comfort Sold at retail by LORIN
BROOKS. 168 Fulton-st west of Broadway. j!4 lw
ALLENDER AND STARCHING
MANGLE for sale cheap. If applied for soon. Inquire
of P RENNIE. corner of Thirty-third sl snd Eighth-av.
jlO 2w*
c
TELEGRAPH.
TELEGRAPHIC?Citizens and Strtn
rert are Invited to call and examine the operation of
the MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH at
NORTON'S TELEGRAPHIC ROOMS,
177 Broadway, New-York.
The tinmen** success attending the adaptation of Olm
stead's Patent Telegraph Battery to the
MAGNETIC MEDICAL MACHINE,
as* Induced the subscriber to accept from the Manufac?
turer*,
Mesara T SMITH k CO 77 Fulton-*!
the appointment a* sola Agent flu the sale thereof, and they
will hereafter be kept constantly on sale at
NORTON'S TELEGRAPHIC ROOMS,
177 Crosdwsy, New-York,
Tbe O'metead Patent Magnetic Machine for MEDICAL
aurpoaes, I* so entirely different from any other medical In?
strument*, that no person can form a proper idea of Its ad?
vantage* without w'itneaatug it* Operations, when they will
be found bo apparent ss to render argument superfluous.
The current of electricity incompletely under the control of
the operator, and can. from almost tie perceptibility, be grad
Baity increased to any strength the patient may desire,
while. Instead of feeling- the painfUl spasmodic contraction
of ibe muscles produced by all other medical Instramenis, a
genLe current im flowing pleasantly through the nervous*y*?
tern. Telegraph Companies are respectfully Informed thai
every deeenpuon of Magneuc and Chemical Telegraph
apiarauit it kept constantly on tale at
NORTON'S TELEGRAPHIC ROOMS,
177 Broadway, New-York,
Where all orders must be addressed. oil FMAWtf
HARDWARE.
CHAIN CABLES.?A large assortment
of EngQah proved, from 3-3 to 17-3 laches, for sale by
aa22_OAUNt k DEJaXlCRJMJH. lit) aViMtVtS.
UT N AILS.?An assortment of BOON
TON CUT NAILS constantly on hand and for sale by
DUDLEY B FULLER A CO.
d** .- meod?_139 Greed wleb-st
(TkAKUM.?500 bale* No. 1; ?0* do,
NeJ? for sale st manufiaetnrer*' Slice*, by
BBS ?ACHT A DEElJCKaVJN lstl
C
CKATES.?A full assortment of common
bo and fancy SKATES, strapped and unstrapped.
SLEIGH BELLS ?A full and eomp.eu) assortment A
Ich se and fancy strapped 8 at go Be.ls.
CUTLERY.-Ivory and Desert Knives and Forks, Tea
Trays, polished Shovels and Tonga. Fire Stand*, he. at
wholesale and retail, by.C.8. LITTLE, 33 and *4 Fulton-rt.
Sli2raeod
PATENTS.^_
HPHE LARGF^ST ASSORTMENT OF
??aBEDfIEAP,8' "ED8, MATTRESSES and FEATH
^a^^V'a^^Vi," S??
cuts wUiis**.* and retail dJ8 Lot*
COAL.
(n?AI..?The Subscriber hat in yards
reach Orr hard. Black Heath, Lehlgh. Liverpool UrrW.
Ctnrel and Sydney Coal. All of a prime 'pianty an1 for
?a ?low. JAMKS L WORTH, 8r<?adway, and
Fourth corner mi Thompson.
(^OAL? $6, SO 50, of all sizes?Red
^A?b, first quality?a food eise for Air ?tlJT?,:
alio Cumberland Coal for smith'* ?ae. H. PEIBC?.Y,
,17 lm* Eldridge-et between Broom* and Pfand ?:?.
(^OAL AT GREATLY REDUCED
J RATES ?The *ub*rriber offer* hi* large clock <>f an
rertor COAL to conaumer*. at very reduced ratea, for
c*.honlv. GEO A ?'PARKS,
j" m- _j?and J> 7Franfcltn *t
COAL.?I am now ileliverin*?, the best
REO ASH STOVE and EOG. weil acreee-d. from
yard under cover, at #*> V? per tun Also, beat LIVER?
POOL?!4 per chaldron. PKTER CLINTON,
d* an* corner King ana Oreen wich-*1*
?f^OAL?-WHITE ASH?PRICE RK
DICED TO *A 7SPF.R Tl'N -White A?h Coal, first
Jaality. Egr. Stove and Nut si/e*, *t the above low pr.ee,
elivrred fre* of charge for cartage? M be paid for in
rood money when the order I* given.
T. STOKES DICKERSON.
d? tf I'r7 Anthony st. near Broadway
COAL.?Peach Orchard, Black Heath.
Lehlgh, Liverpool Orrel. Canar-1 and Sidney Coal, *:l
of a prime cuality, delivered to hand ?oroe order, and I or
?alelow.by JAMES L. WORTH.
J15 24 Broadway, and Kourtn-*t corner of Thompeon.
COAL! COAL!?PRICES REDUCED
?S* 51' PER TL'N -Peach Orchard. Red Ash Coal.
1*1 quality Ek'g or Stove *Ue*. at the above LOW PRICE,
delivered free of charge for cartage Rut be paid for la
good money when the order i* given.
? * T. STOKES DICKERSON,
423 ir 107 Anthony at near Broadway.
?TfTER TUN-GOOD QUAL1TV
OcoAL. large Nut ard (mail Stove, at *W per tun:
Schuylkill and Peach Orchard of all at/**; alao Liverpool
and Blacksmith'* CoaL at low price*, at " SIMPSON'S"
Depot, 76 and 78 Thompeon-ei. near Spring. d24 Im*
MEDICINES.
SMITH'S IODINE SOAP is the Soap
and the only Soap that will eradicate and permanently
remove ell Eruption*. Blotche*. Ditcoloratton* and Indura?
tion* of the Sain, ai d so'len and remove glandular ewell
Inge, but that It act* ae an Infallible preventatlve of those
aacovtnee*. keeping the cuticle *oft end pliant, and Impart?
ing to that envelop a beautiful tran*perer,rv. The phlloeo
phy of In operation lie* in a nuuheU. It acte ee e ?umu
lent upon the torpid abeorbeote, caut'ng them to take up
and disburse every unnatural accumulation upon the eur
face and relieving. In a very short time, any cutlcular die
ease, whether eruie or chronic. SMITH'S IODINE
SOAP, used ?* e eelve for old soree. 1* magical in It* effect*.
r*7 Con?ult your phy?lcian before buying. W Oole**ie
and Retell Agent. J. W. K ELL Y. 34 Beekmen-et.
DR. IVATERS'S TOOTH SOAP.?
IMPORTANT DISCOVERY ?Recent Investigation*
have demonstrated the existence of nutnerou* Animal and
Vegetable Para?tte*. which ?unound the Teeth of moit in
dividuaJe, and contribute largely to the accumulation of the
Tartar, the decey of the Teeth, Ac Ac. An effective reme?
dy against these evil* ha* long been e deeiderelum. That
remedy ie now found In
DR. WATERS* TOOTH SOAP.
One of the most valuable preparation* ever offered to the
public. A single X ceot cake will eatiefy any one of iu
valuable properilee. 8old who!e?ale and retail, et
PRICE'S MEDICINE DEPOT. ISO FULTON ST.
Sun Building, end by Druggist* generally.
f*fr* Circular* containing accurate drawing* of the Anl
mainline referred to, with tne recommendallooe of several
ProteealonaJ men, may be bad gratuitoasly on application
ae above. ? J20 StMThAS*
Morse'* Compound Syr.ip of
\rELLOW DOCK ROOT.?We feel
prompted by every principle of humanity, to make
known to the world the wonderful efficacy of this extraor?
dinary preparation. Thousand* have been relieved of a
great amount of (uffering. and many live* saved by the use
of It it I? acknowledged by the beetjadgeeof medicine to
be the mo*t elegant, ?<Tentific and salutary preparation now
In use, and a* a depuratlve remedy, seldom If ever equaled.
It stand* unrivaled for the cure of Erysipelas, Salt Rheum,
Canker, Scrofula and all the varioua disease* ari*ing from
an Impure stale of the Blood. Alao, all Billou* complaint*,
and 1* used with uoprecedent ?ueeeee in all eaee* of Female
Weaki.eas and general debility, strengthening the weaken?
ed body, giving tone to the various organs, and Invigorat?
ing the en tue system, and also for the cure of the Liver com
Steint. Catarrh, Dyspepsia. Headache, Diz/tnee*, Cough*,
c Tho?e affected with Chronic Disease* of whatever
torm, will end tlil* medicine not ouly pleasant to the taste,
but a Certain cure, if It be within the power of remedial
agent* io effect their disease. It is composed of meu!cin?e
so happily combined,** to tend directly to give tone to the
stomach and bowels, excite to healthy action the Liver and ]
the whole Glandular System, aliay Nervoua Irritability, and
promote the free action ol lite Lunge, thue rendering it ep
pllcablelo all disease* of a Chronic nature III* purely
vegetable, and may be uaed in all eltmale*, and at all aee
*on* of the year.
Prepared only by C MORSE A CO. at M Fountain ?l.
Providence, R. I. and sold bv thousand* all over the Unit?
ed Bute*. 'Canada*, Ac flevdoek, Corliee A Clay, 218
Pearl et N York, general Agent*. J15 6tn*
2~~FAFFRE, "FLUOSPAR, dec.?Just
^landing, the above articles , likewlee Pelledium, Pla?
tine. CaOinium, Oxide of Titanium, Bleached Shellac, Ex?
tract ot Saltiower?for aale on very moderate terma by
Dr. LEWIS FEUCHT WANG ER,
JIT it 141 Melden lane
WATER CUKE.
ORANGE MOUNTAIN WATER
CURE -Dr. JOSEPH A. WEDER has aeeumed the
permar.ent Medical Direction of thl* Institution. The e*>
labl'thmect Is situated In South Orange, Eeeex County.
New-Jersey, one hour's rid ? from the city by Morris and
Essex Railway. Visitors take the ferry-boat et the foot of
Cortland et at 8 A M. and at 3| P M. Private baths are at?
tached to moat of the Patient*' room*. AU letter* upon
professional business should be addreaaod to Dr. Weder;
other* to the Superintendent of the Orange Mouataln Wa?
ter-Cure, jj if
L. NICHOLS, M. D. and Mrs".
e?ovr Nicroi.s, Water ( are Phy?teiene. 87 Weet
Tweoty-eecond ?t near Sixth ae. I'atlenureceived for full
boerd or dey tree-mem, or visited et their leetdence*. Cvo
?ultatlon* from lo to 2. jig im*
WATER-CURE INSTITUTE?CITY
and COUNTRY?Dr TRALL receive* Patient* at
thecomiuodioue City establishment, I*> Lalghtat. and at
Oyster Bay, L. I. Communication daily between the*e
place* by steamboat and railroad. General Practice at?
tended Consultations f>i d27 lm*
T.
MAGNETIC POWDER.
LYON S MAGNETIC POWDER,
for the destruction of
Cockroaches, Bxl Bugs, Moth*
Ants, Flies, fleas, ?
and Insects on Planta
LYON S MAGNETIC PILLS,
for the destruction of
Rate and Mice,
warranted wliboutpoteon.
rnoctpel Depot 420 Broadway.
AGENTS.
New-York-C V. CUekener A Co. 81 Barclay et
A ? V D Sand?, loo Pulton at.
Rushtoo, Clerk A Co 11" Broadway.
** Hevlland. Keeae A Co 80 Maiden lane
Greenleaf A Kingsley, 9>i Cortlaod-et
** ScbeffeHn Bro*. A Co. 1?? John at
G. S. A R. Bernton.274 Bowery
John MltcbeU, 381 Bowery.
H A. Kerr, 7*3 Broadway.
Brlgham A Miller, 17 Avenue D.
Dr. Lyon. 472 Grand et
' E. Cook. 306 Grand at.
Van Vaikenburgh A Martin, corner Ninth
evenu e and Twenty first at.
Rlker and Berrlan, M Sixth-avenue.
Brooklyn?Mr*. Hayes, l7?Fulioa-et
8. Breoelyn.Mr. A vre?, cor. Henry anl Atlantic sts.
Jer*eyClty.Bu*klrk, ? Wa?hington-st
Bag Harbor. L I -Dr E Mills.
Long Brook?Jamea M. Gould, d2S 3m*
WINDOW SHADES.
AUGE WIRE, WINDOW SHADES,
VSJ OFFICE SIGNS. Ac-They obetruct the?vtew front
end *<lmlt the view totheetreet, they also admit the light
and air and keep out insect* Manu facta red of any rize and
eieganuy painted with any iandecapee, letter* and other de
i te re.! Ujor. lliem
J? g_LEE k CO, 309 Bleeckeret
WINDOW SHADES! GILT COR
i_ ?191?" P*AP?-r MUSUNS, Ac-Pamllles
ahwt ftrrnlshlng their'windows with the above article*,
H Ai C WOyD'ORD'S, 296 Broadway, tne
.^J^-^'"T*? to^^J: e*veral new r.yiee
?jererr?fore lntrodncedjn New-York. Lace end Mas.la
Curtain.. Drapery. Tja*?la Loop., Piaa Bands. Comicrai
At PamlUee purchasing of tie .ubecriWr may rely urxa
geumg a first rate article, and a* low ae it Is poielble to W
C?.?rJ2S55StttrB^ ?'?'chant* buying at wholesale will
Jewelry.
WATCHES, JEWELRY and SIL
JiS? WA"?Thoee who wish to purchaee
BATCHES or JEWELRY. wUl find It greetl?^fS S
?l^***: W eaJJ on the *u beertUer who U coueientiy re>
eeijrtn?; ?II deecrlp?one of gold and silver watchea, direct
from the rrsanunacturera in England, Prance and Swluer
lend, which he m selling at whoieaaJe end retail at the
eery lowest prices.
Ladle*' and Oentlernen's Gold Watch Chain* Diamond
RhigejBdJttna^GtjW and Sliver Spectacle*, starting Slivar
'OoM Watches a* io w as ? to $25 each i Watchea and
Jewelry exchanged. All Watchea warranted to Been
good time, or the money returned. Watchea, Clock* and
Jewelry repaired m the beet manner, and warranted at
aroeh lea* than rite usual price*
GEO C ALLEN, Importer of Watchea end Jewelry.
?a*!*** W^oteeeie and Ratait, M Weil et ap stnlrt
BUSINESS CARDS.
important to BUILDERS AHo
JfrTHlKS-N S udN 8 ACADIAN 8TOSKU?AI
RIES -The Stone liuarrle* ?.' the Br1lS*h t?')irmJH ?
ih? Hay of r uid\ aad other In- * - tie., are known u> ?t,.
Introduced roost excel *nl BROWN 8AND 8TONP. >?a*
rough ?t?te, 'or t.ulldiag purposs*. Into aevecal ofoerpw*^
, < ni|>etlu? ?IIb our own ouerrle*. TrWe alto eil?. ati?.
eiheustiale qiiinh .r,. ibe I eel of oRANITE end STATtJ
ABl MARBLE, renal to the Iia..sj>, tuowrnw tu 04?.
water, which, with ihe aid <>f the new ?ton-wiiiio? a*>
chine, known aa " Wilton'a It-venuoe," cm be worked ?
ll.e quarr :ea w here labor and fuel are cheap, and ,!*;i?nr*?
at the Atlanric port*, in the Colled Stale*, partly dressed,*
w'.ich will better *ult ibe 8outhern Parte, wholly buiehits,
at prtc?-* much below ibe average coat of *u?* Aroei 'pa**.
i.e. nearer home.
Mad nee of the al>ove paten', nrh a* are described la
ihe " Selen ific American" of 2Mb of May, Ik*), are aowkj
oper*tlor. ir. this City and New Haven, and otte. very po?.
erful *nd much improved foreuiunr jrrenlt?. matsatlhs
eattblial.mert. c* II ?. lUrvey. K.q New H*?en. ha* baa*
?i ipr.-d to Er gland fortb?' Fair, (under order.)by u.a pro?
prietors otlbe patent*, for tlreat Hrliain and bar po**n*?i aaj
ib North Amenca.wbo are prepared to *eli mack'.aa* far
.aid co'eric*. ur der guarantee fcr their unrestricted a**.i*
be worked uinieriicerise or otherwise. Applications by *>
dividual* or eompertrs desiring the u*e of iheee maeaiss*
in the anove named colon.e* caa be made to
.nlheapo I- RICHARDSON A CO V2 South at.
Till 'M AS PROSSKR V VON. I'.attat
or A B HOWE, 135 Fulton *t to fteod
/ 1 LASS-WARE elMftp for ca-li tt the
Um? .fa.-tur.-r'* Depot ."> Cedar-et up *l*lr*. I Mil ?
net price*, by the package only-put no JfAe
no discounts of A A RON BUTTON. 38 Cedar at
NB-O'm* of all kind* made to oder. PerlWrs wj
d.i v. ell to call and ?ee. _i* ^m
LAMP WICKS, cheap for cash, at the
office of tbe manuf.. turer, 23 Ceda^at New-Y?rt (a*
aAaira) U?aVaV| A A RON S. TTON
s
^IGNS! SIGNS! SIGNS.?HOUSE
? ^viSIGN PAINTING, Graining, Gla/mg and P*o*r
Hamrna-. don* w'.ih neaiee** and rlUpateh, by JOHN
WAI-KEY, i"2 P. ton.1 New York. opposite Ihe 014
Dutch Reformed Church, _J*> It*
ATLANTIC DOCK MILLS.-Indiai
Com rioar and Indian Corn farina dried and aaaae
factured by ''Stafford's Patent Processes, "may be ohtalaai
of the following and other reapeciable Grocer* in IhM City
H. 0 Oreenwood, 487 Broadway.
W. 8. Walt. I"! East-Broadway.
Alberl T Albro, 37? Bowery.
Thoa B. A W B P un**, 2oS Hud*on-*t
Tho* Ho;vea Co cor Chamber*and Weal B-oa) way
William A Robert Bs lagti. Charubers-at
Park k Tilford, I12 8ixtb-av
A. T Hlgbie, ISO nret-av.
t? Angevtne, 22R Sixth av
John W Cook. Thirteenth-* and Ftfth-ev
E Demlng. 67 Tbird-ar.
Morrta k Fowler, L'niveraity place cor Twe.ft>e*l
V J Vale. 6 CbIob-place.
J Crawford, 209 Heorv-et
Krapp k Beam, 641 Houston-si
W F. A W Spark*, ?S Ie-slnatim av
" Indian Com Flour" tsdeelgned for making BreadJPad
dlni* and Cake*, and for mixing with N neat. Rye or Back
wheat Flour, and will be found on trl?l a very superb* sr
tide. It I* put up la double papered package* of 7 ihe ?ad
in boxes ofoneilo;t*n each.
" Indian Corn Farina." an entirely new and moat oasi
Clou* article for making Pudding*. Mu*h. Ac and will prove
an admirable *uh*tllute for Rice, Samp and Ho auiuny. 4i
an article for ihe compoailion of Pudding* thl* Farina ba*
no rte.it III*put up in I lb. paper* In beautiful *ly le, and
lnboxMof4 dosen each, at the extremely low price *f
t'4 cenu per tingle package.
The*e article, are .old at wholesale by Messrs Allna a
WhiUleeey, 8 South-.l.; J M Hoyl A Son*. 17n VN asking
ton-*t andofA O. Ben*on, W Bouwet or at the MIIU
Consumer* can obtain of the Otocer*a pamphlet of I?
page*, entitled. "Remark* on Indian Corn tu Preaerva.
Uon and M*nuf?cture, with Recipe, for ( o.>king, Ac
Order. a,ldre**ed to E. BRON8ON, Agent, Mg*
Dock Mill. Company, No*. 17, 18, I * and M Atlantic Dock,
Brooklyn,New-York, ? Ul receive prompt aiwntl?n aiiddav
patch._>**??*
ADVERTISEMENTS ?re inserted ia
the beet Paper* of other Cttle* and Towna at V 8.
PALMER'S Advertialn?; Agency, Tribune BuUdlng dMtf
ipHURCH ORGAN MANUFACTO
V^RY -OE010I ARDINE, 54* Pearl *t. near CUf
Hi^pilrd, Broadway, New-York ?Plan* and estimate* ?
ven. Order* respectfully ?oliclted, which will be mom
faithfully executed, and upon liberal term* jal3 lyaod* I
LAIMS FOR BOUNTY LAND,
- PENSIONS, PAY. Ac. promp?y attended to, ttiraask
an a.-eney at Washington, and Land Warrants and Laa4
Patent*, punhased by OEOROE WOODMAN, 49 W>
llam at. near Wall-*t Counselor st Law and CommlMtamr
for Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana and Kentucky d9 As*
COMMISSION PAPER WARE
IKUSE.-JOHN ROBERTS, 102 John -st oil era At
aale
5,000 reams Csp and Letter Papers.
? ream* Crown and Folio Ra? Papers.
3.100 reams Crown and Polio Straw Papers
t,flOf ream* Tea, Shoe and Bag Paper*
Also, Hardw aie, Manilla, Printing and other Paper*.
{JJ lw*_
DOCTOR P. GARDINER, 140 Na?
ssu st. Brooklyn. New-York ?An educated T. Kotasic
Phyilclan, Member of the T. Botanic Society of Phtlsdsl
pbis. having a few leisure hours dally would be willing is
all .'Dd those afflicted with disease. lie has generally bees
sti -rearful with Cold*, Consumption, the delicate com?
plaints of Female*, Asthma, RheumaiUiii. the various kiast
of Fevers, Ulcers, and the diseases incideal to human as
tu re He Is also acquainted with several Indian ?pec ties
JI831*_
DR. A. G. BIGELOW?Residence '-?04
Third avenue?execute* In the raott perfect manner
every Operation necessary for the Health, Heaaty aad per?
manent Pruervation of the TrWA. Arti/truil and Nalw?
Teeth tupplud or Inerrted.
Dr. B. ha? made the ureotett Improvement In ihe Treat?
ment of Hernia or llrr.i, h Vr.rwlyM ( Tie lh*d.>ureui\ sal
Ihmaiet of the Kereou* Hyilem, tit.
Offlee Hour* from 8 to 12 M. JIS St*
C
Frank miller's leather Pre?
servative and WATER proof OIL black?
ing- The beat article in use always on band and for aals
by ORANNI8 it STEWART, M Malden-laM
j15 1mDA4t>s/?
Important to stammerers.?
no cure no pay -The subscriber ha* been aik*
ed with Stammering for is years, and ha* within t**M
last few weeks discovered ihe origin of Stammertnt, s*4
a method by which he has entirely cured htrnMlf Hs kst
formerly spent a small fortune in trying to get relief, *rk*
no avail, but now bind* himself to cure all who msy ap?
ply. Apply between I" and M a. M.
j18 2trf_EDWARD 8AUEE, 318 Elghtk-ii.^
Kelly's half price engrav?
ING AND PLATE PRINTING, Office 141 Fultowt
N. y? Book and Magazine work, Portrait*. Map*, But
Head*. Circular*, DiplomM, Card?, Patent Medicine La?
bel*. Also, Yankee Card Press, Ac. J10ISS*
Luther r. wattles ft CO
manufacturer* of steam and gas Fittings. Sptnslaf
Rings, improved Chucks, Jamb Plates, Brass Valves, he,
No 43 Csnal-sL Refer to Rogers, Ketchum, a Grosveraor,
Providence, R i. J132*r*
The anti siccative or inde
STRUCTIBLE ROOF PAINT?Kor the cover!*! ai
all kinds of Metal Roofs. This paint Is composed of Is*
moat durable materials now In use, It I* water-proof asi
fire proof, and never gnu hard enough to crack by the ess
traction or expansion of the metal, and renders every a*sk*
roof more durable than new.
d.I. BEMAN, Manufacturer,88 Ea*t28th-?t
j16 1?' 7ih houM east of Fouth-sv.
T2
michigan land owners.?
wm B. DRIGG8, Detroit, Mich. Agent for the _
chase and sale of land, payment of taxes, Ac? Tbsamisf
MAC Y k DRIGG8 having been dissolved, and Mr. Man
having sold all his interest In the establishment to me asi
retired, 1 shall continue the business and devote in k sf
careful personal attention. Any orders left with DRL0B
W HEADLK. R*q my au'-h Jrtaed Agent, at 74 Broa.lw*f,
New - York. will be promptly attended to. t36 Jar*
REWARD.?The show-case at
tt <*av"the door of tbe subscriber wa* opened os fh*
evening of Tuesday, 7th Inst and one half size Daguarrss
type, in rich gilt frame, similar to those now In the cess,
and two large Gold Locket* were stolen therefrom. Tat
above sum will be paid for the delivery of said arUdet at
the subscriber's Deguerreec Ualiery. 3-19 Broadway, over
luenoieof J.A J.Cox. J H VVilITEHURJT,
j14 lw*
HATS.
FASHIONABLE HATS.?Jost 6?
Uhed, the mint rpleodld article ever offered D****
PRENCH81LR HATS at the low price of $3, usually e*^
Ut4. Also, u article at t2 an Neat Hat* at 9%
BROWN,
d26Im* 1SB Canal-et joe door t-om fafflvat
PROPOSALS._
TO IRO? roVsDEgX^S?*?*?"s^oaaa, ?.n b^rw^v**^**
? ubacr bar at th? oS"r? of taa Crotoa I . 11J_? |J. lai"
t.1 Janaanr Slat, ltel, at 3 .'cktcfc V U lot i.uou Ca.t U m TassW
hV)i*a. Pattern. Caa be aetn o* ?ppUaUoa is u. Wala? Hg?, .
attinar-SIt*. Tbs Roiaa to bs JWi.aea* aa aaar an raamia*l?*J
D-partm-at Offert u, an .vtntnno "iTrooannin tor Tap aa**' ***?
?Oakce Crotoa Aqaadact Dayarfsat, Jaaaary 10 latl.
1'? ***j_HlCHOLti dksji. I
TO BRASS POUNDKIU.-s.aM propoMb wjl ba raaseaO*
tha aulMc.ber, at tka oSV. of O.. Crutoa A iuaSu.i Um*'**\
Batd Jaaaarr SS. lSSI.jit 1 o'clock P M tor J.OfJO \ reck
tkiansVa, a-bre* aatiaraacaa bs sea* OeWt U WsaaWaaa,
m*ai* for rt nmn s^tirka '-Ottea Crotoa A?a*S*ct D?*a#l"*"
Jaanary in ihai [jlltOjWT WtCHOUtS DKAH. tr*mt*+^
WTHCkT Df.r'AKTItXarr, H0 t u^ll tit RRC<t*Uhl^J?*f
O frseoesJ* ?ttl bs rsrsieaJ at tks Stnsst OooMB-a?.>?*r? '
See, aalil Uoaday. Jas tT, |?si, at. a'cl'ica P St. as bu.U ? f*
IM Irot sf Tw.nt, a.iUat H. R. Msaw ap?*k?t*u?a. aaS*" #
farn-.aUxi U .rttu, car. ba bai oa as.Lt"ir tu taa Contra- * <?*?>
th- tJaayaitissaV- -Jsn I?, ISM. JOB* T DUIelR
Stea*t Cssjs? siis**

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