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REAL ESTATE.
ABUSINESS STAND and FARM for
BALE, known.. Ken.lcorlm3oe.Uate Da;i* B/ook.)
upon the line of the Harlem Rdlrrved. J?. >tatal1e?
York ?ad 3 ml mm aortb of White Plains. Bud fs/m con?
tains 3? acresof lead, suitably divided Into meadow, wood
and orchard of grafted fruit Near the track is a new bouse
?2 bv 26 barn, sb?d, Ac. PoeseneJnrj given on the 1st of
April Apply to W KEELER, I Nssaau-si : J SHER?
WOOD, $h Bowery; or J. R. SHERWOOD, near the
preirdses.___jib 8tSA W*
AT PRIVATE SALE?The three-story
brick HOl'SE and LOT, 499 Third avenue.
by the prea-n'. owner for bis own occupation, aad sow Be?
cause of a change la business. Has Croion amaar "axex?
cut, and In every respect well built. Sire of IgUM?/?"
locoes by If* House 24 feet 8 leches H?.^??
remain on bond and mortgage U desired, For terms. *c.
apnly from 1 to2 P M to g gjygrE 71 WU t
AT PRIVATE SALE^Thethree-story
BRICK HOUSE and LOT. No 22 West-Washing
too-,,, aLre ol house 22 by ?2 feet a square piazza in
kothe rear finlsaed la saodera style, with kitchen range,
Cat_?* ?Li srassr, beta-room* and other r. >nvenieaci?s for
? goaure?fst"!'r- size of lot22 by 90 feet deep Pa-t oftba
ticrckasa saoeav can remain ou bond and mortgage. Kor
I m ic Appiv to
jEliw ANTHONY J. BLEECKER, 7 Broad-sL
AT PRIVATE SALE.?The HOUSE
nod LOT OF OKOt'NU known as No. 87 Uroenwirh
_ a, said lot being In size 28 feet front, 25 feet on the
_I by over <*' feet In depth On tb* said Lot there is a
front aad rear House; the front House is a three-story brick
building; the rear House is a 2-story and attic. Tue front
House is finished in good styl?, with marble m?o Ins, fold*
lag doors, Croion water, sic. P or price, terms and further
particulass, *j^?0^ , BLEECKER, Auctioneer,
J17 lw_ 7 Broad ?C
AT PRIVATE SALE?The House
and Lot No 42 Dosnioicfc at The house Is a two story
attic aad basement house, with slate roof and vaults under
the walk, and Is In slse twenty feet by forty feet In depth,
avlth tea-room in the rear ; lot twenty feet front and rear by
eight) -four feet slz Inches In depth. A large portion of the
Sureties* money eaa remain on bond and mortgage.
or price and further particulars apply to ANTHONY J.
BLEECKER, Auctioneer, 7 Broad st._j IT lw
AT PRIVATE SALE?The three-story
BRICK HOUSE and LOT of GROUND, known as
187 (formerly 198) Henry st between Stale and Joralemon
au in the city of Brooklyn. Lot 24 feet front and rear
by 100 feet In depth. The Qouse has a basement and sab
cellar, tot price and further particulars, apply to
J16 lw A. J. BLEECKER. Auctioneer. 7 Broad st.
AT PRIV ATE SALE?The three-story
brick HOUSE and LOT 97 Lexington-avenue, do?
wned In modern style?9 rooms deep; size of Lot 24 feet 9
Inches by ion feet. 94 on*, to t-V"" can remain on bond and
aai rtgage For lerms, Ac. apply tc
JI8lw ANTHONY J. BLEECKER, 7 Broad SL
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR
CITY PROPERTY.?The Farm, known as Howard
place, containing about 200 acres, situate on the South Bay,
Bear the village of Bay ville, Long Island, formerly the resi?
dence of Cept Marcena Muriaon About half the land is
under a high state of cultivation, and the whole lies sloping
beautifully toward the beach, and is capable of gr-a: pro
dactloa.
The mansion Is surrounded by an extensive and beautiful
?awn. well shaded with trees anil shrubbery?contains
about K rooms. Is In good condition, and has been recently
painted; coach bouses, stald.ng for 12 horses, one of the
largest bams on the Island: houses for ice, ini.k. eoal,
amok tag. tools, Ac ; cattle sie ?:*. pig pens, corn house, sic.
Ali on the main traveled road, abiui a quarter of a mile
from the water, wtth a handsome avenue leading to the
sTeach. This Is undeniably a very desirable residence*
from Its peculiarity of ami, the purity and abundance of wa?
ter, (there are three wells of soft water, beanie several
springs on the premises.) modified sea air ?the balmy
brer zes from the beautiful bay rendering ll deoclously cool
ko Bummer, and quite temperate in winter. The*^ advan?
tages render It one of the moat healthy locations to hel'otind.
There Is on the place a young orchard of abaii IMi ireee
of se acted grafted trull, and an extensive gardua filled
With a great variety of small fruits, plants, grapes. Ac?
Game abounds In the viciiiliy, and lue most enthusiastic
sJlsdple of Isaac Walton can be (ratified lo bla heart's de
aire with the fish and oysters from tlie Bay, and trout in
shoals on bis own and the neighboring streams. Manure
of me best quality Is constantly depositing on the beach In
large quantities, and therefore costs only ihn labor of caning.
From everv part of the place Is an extensive view of the
Bav and Ocean bayond.
The distance from New-Yoik 1? about 50 miles. Time 3
bottrs bv Railroad.
If not sold enureaby the 1st of February It will be divided
and sold in cottage lota Terms moderate, and most of the
purchase money can remain on bond and mortgage if de?
ar-d. Iwjutreof D. D HOWARD, Irving-louse,
J4 tf_New-York.
(* COUNTRY SEATS FOR SALE.?
?^Tbe subscriber ?Oers for sale his valuable Farm and
g'ounu-y 8eal situated on Long Island Sound. ?.I miles from
few-Yerk, in Rye, Wesb heater Co. on the New-Haven
si I road It will be sold In one parcel, or divided into
parts of from In to 50 acres?each having a splendid build?
ing slie. Ac. Or he will sell In one parcel the Mausiun
t loose and outbuildings, with trora Jb to 75 acres. The
land Is of superior qnalt'v, well fenced. Jtc. Kor further
particulars n.qui e ol JAMES BARKER, Jr. M Seventh
sjt. or the subscriber on the premisea.
Jl? Ssr*_HENRY M. BARKER.
1" ^AIRMOUNT.?A plot of GROUND
adjoining the village of Fafriuount, Weslchesier Coun?
ty, to- Bale. The ground is dry and elevated, aasl Is sur?
veyed In Iota for building rurpoers. a number of which front
on the Boston Road, ll will be sold together, or In lots to
sxi it subscribers. A map of I be premises ran be seen and
further particulars given by Inquiring of
Jl? *w*_J^UKSENBERRY, 58 William st.
I" jiOR SALE-A HOUSE ?tuted Ja
Ihe Village of Geneva, Ontario County, on the west
l>st k of Seneca Lake It s'a ids In he center of four lo s of
H? feel eech, making Si?i f, <?? trout on Mal? ?t.; they extend
back lo die Lake, aa npr sng ab >ut t a< res of land. The
ground IrninediatWy around the li "urn- is abundantly sup?
plied with oramental tree* and shrubbery, and a full grown
fiawtbotii hedge inclining the tront arid sides of the two
center lots ; the north lot contains im orchard of choice
fin 11 trees the south a culinary gard*-<i Ina high stale of
ru.uvaiMaji, and predwsat every article of vegetable grown
In this climate; ft contains a large raspberry plot and straw*
berrv bed, Ac Ac The house is two stories la bight, wild
Karret ano basen oni rooms, Ml feet front by 4U in depth,
at lib a wing of gl fee* t.y jo m depth, making u from of 7)
fed, and pis//a of ibat ieogtli In the rear. The parlors are
fin aisl ed with marble mantels and g rales of modern pal
as- ii The outbuildings consist of a i DSMsh house aud ox ten.
aivs) slaldoe, t( e, BBjaaM haajaa, \c?the whole In good re?
pair. Attached to tbls properly are ."' acres of laud, liuiue
dlaie'i opposite, at present us?d as ornatnenta! and tillable
? ground These lota, BSAag with.n the villa^o bounds, are
*? e,i a'lapud f.'i the building of ornamental cottages, the
whole being wtih'n a few minutes' walk of the Albany and
Bnftalo Ranroad aad the landing <>' the Steamboat* which
connect \?ith ihe New York and Erie Ra.lroad For
terma Impiire of f?( HIEKFELIN. BROTHERS V CO
lit. Jolm-st or W N CLARK. Oeneva
Ii sol *old prevtoH*ly tn<? s tore property will becgere.l
for sale by auction at the Merchants' Exchange, on the IOUi
ol February neu. 122 It*
]^OR SALE ?The tullowintr valaable
property is bow orTered at PRIVATE SALE If not
dUposedofl y WEDNESDAY, the 2?i h dav ot Jasuary.
ll will oa that day baSOLD AT AI i Tio\.'bv ADUIAN
11 MI LLER, at 12 o clock, a'the Navel ants E vc.'iange .
On ihe south *lde of Twenty nlath-st. 15" feet west of
Mlxih-av five .'.r.> brick bouse*, with basements and
tinder cellar*, built wttriin two year*, each 10 feet in widih
front and rear by 40 Ibat bj ilaptl rOia24xx9IJ The street
Is sewered and paved.
Or. uV Borth *IJe of Twsxaty Sightb-at I4N feet west of
the Stxtbav seven thiaa StQlf brick homes, wtth base
nieni* and under-cellar*. Crotua water, batlis. rasges, iron
balreaics. Ac Ac ; each bring .1 fee*. 5 17 laches la width
f>\>nt and rear bv 4i'1 tact In d-'pih. with inclosed piazza of
12 fVet. making .52 feet; lo?* o| f(S.t 5 1.7 |Dch?s bv 98 9.
The bousca are set hack from the street about 7 feet.
OB the wast aide of Sixtb-av. commencing on the south
avest corner ol Twenty-niolb-si. 'ivelbar^storv brick stores
and dwellings, with cellars, commencing at the south-west
cores* of Twerty ninUi at and S \<h av. each being 20 feel
front and rear by 40 feet in depth, lot* 2uxtH 5,
Lrxlngton-av. commencing at the north-east corner of
Twenty eecoiid st. cue three-story I.rick houw, with ba*e
anent and uader-cellar, Croion water, bath*, ax. j? fsot
front and rear by 45 feat in depth : lo: .*x 16A
One thrae-atory brick bouse adjoining the a >ove, of
?ante dimeoskins.
One vacaut lot, a,tjo|u.ng (be last mentioned house;
33x11?
On tli*) aorth side of Twenty aecond-st, IW fee: east of
Lexington av live vacant last*, each being .V feel in width
by 75 iVet In depth. The yard of ihe Free Academ, is ?7
fka 1 6 Inches Wl Je In the rear of these lot*
BROOKLYN.
Stain Ward of the Cliy of Brooklyn-Col imbla st ?3
loU oa the west side ot t o'umb a ?1 21 ft-et sou'h trom
Congrrssvet. each l^<lng .'I feet in width by *i feel in depth.
Co* ig rasa st?4 lot* oa s>?uh side ot Congress ?1. west
atf Columbia et fsaM , i width by about $0 teel In depth.
For further particular* apply to
ADRIAN H Ml LLER. Auc'Jvnear, 7 Wall-si.
j.M AIS ?-.2i,24..7 2?*
J" ?^(?XslaLE.?At New Rochelle, half?
aaiw from the New-York and New-Haven Railroad
a*p.?i,e dealrsMe COUNTRY SEAT, formerly the reai
?Je . of the late Samuel Titos, containing Ta-e.ve Acres,
cm sr. emmaaos of which la pleasantly situaiod a modern
two ?-i,rjr double House, tav.ug a ana view af the Souad.
?Jrlth t arriar* Howss, Susi>, kc aad a variety of fruit and
omsnentaJ Tre**, apart of the ia.-sd hasa very commanding
?vevaij*. aflordug several to* bulallng Sties t(?a Iba
Breo, *, * are Three T?x.ani Ilousaa. A arga portion of Iba
?;' ?.'. ."Ii r*fr'a;n 00 Mortgage. Apply to
AHi.S WiLLETS. 24<i East Broadway, or to BAMl EL
?OV5 hk. rear ?, !w.
I^OR SALE?The two ^atl^tunt;al three
- .?^?^i?dw?llli.rbouses Noa. )?and 131 Hudson
sWMrtbjBj Beacj ^ \,<k.NuuN sta The bsta are 23
r -_ ?-??.? win ., ?.n-?uur? saa.
By \>m reat. aaaae teasee from Iba Pros, I
whlesj have aatesi rea
Fl
|i*J ?7 Frasiwat jSIiwraawr /T 1 pp 7
J*l???_^jgiRD H A1GHT. I *****
,MFLS.AntF''TTh.ft bro*-n itfJlM
House, l.t) aVcood av between ?|-_?,k .? , T^.,k
is mOim m every part, aad r-aa^^b? h^aJdTa^v
occupied Persons wanting a test c iaaa-JlT' V^Zl
? betier or more convenlssu one In this rjtiwT,r*0,B1'>t >,ni
C**? tnapactKm Terms easy Apply to U rwA
JAMEM SALMON IjAVaat Blxtsj-rau.
fa..*'_iiom?rMolina fSSZ U"'w
FOR S?LR?The 3 tt?rV^klt^
HOUSE, with 2-s'ory frams Btiildlag la middle of lot
Bad Stables oa the rear Lot 25 by tat feet, . < . ,utd <f i
fPltt-st between Rl.lngten and Stanton st* A so the Lease
bold Property fton T ladtf Church, oa which are (wo
?Wcl.'ng Hoases, 7? Morton sc The whole will be sold a
bargaii. If applied tur soon at ?8 SaconJ aveane between
fgot rH and fifth tie jej
FOR SALE.?21 LOTS on Nineteen th
?( Eighth War*. CH, of Brooklyn, with !00 feet water
privilege t" the ehannel TbU property will lt a?M
tor a bouseand lot In Brooklyn. Apply to W O rOtt
MAN. if South-WlUUg>'*t-_J16 W*
FOR S?LE.?A Three Story BRICK
HOUSE and LOT pleasantly situated, ?> Derrsw-ei.
Booth Brooklyn near Cotirt-et (where the Eulton Kerry
and Green wood stage* p*ss.) finished with marhe Man?
tel*, sliding Doors, Range. Ac. well calculated for a gen
tee: family; will he sold low on easy terms. Apply ' > H.
jtEED. TDegraw-s^_ jl?6t*
FOR SALE.?The modem built, three
story htick bouse. No. 42 Sixth st with folding doors,
marble msttels, basement and under cellar, Croten water,
bath room. Ac. in t:rit-rate order. Inquire at 274 Oreen
wich st-of [jlllm'J A. A. WILDEY
EIgTHTLOTS"for Sale.?On Tenth
arenue. Manhattan, Lawrence, Hundred and tweTy
elghthand Hundred and twenty-ninth sts. in Menbsttenviiie,
well locked far Immediaur Improrement by fa.tonej or
dwellings. The low price of lots in comparison w.th
other psrts of ths city, ths pr?sent demand f>r bouses
there, the convenience of access by Water Railroad and
Omnihu-.es, make Manbattenville worthy of the attention
of Manufacturers, builders, he Applv to
J22 3t* 8. B. SCHIEf EELIN, 106 John-st.
]\1
onticello.?For sale, a House
lvR *j>d Lot suitable for boarders, opposite the shove
eontemnlated village. Apply to P. BERTI NK. 211 Third
av or WM. BERTINE, near the premises, Eastchester.
JI4 ln>*_
ONE OF THE BEST FARMS en
Long Island for Sale er Exchange for City or Brook?
lyn Property?Situate at Farmingdale, containing 86 scree,
sali clesr and well fenced, and most of it in s high stare of
cultivation The House is nearly new, and contains 8 rooms,
with handsome verandah in front; new Barn. 24 feet by 4".
There a a Well of excellent Water st the door. It is of?
fered st B 1,000, and is a bargain such as can rarely be met
with, its situated in a populous neighbourhood, at the
corner of four roads, where there is s good opening for s
store. Church and whool-honse within three ninnies' wslk.
It isjsbout 3 miles from Hicksville, 3 rallesfrom Jerusalem.
4 miles from Atlsntlcville snd South Oyster Bay. where
there is sbundsnceof see-drift for manure
Kor further particulars apply to JOHN VANDEWA
TEK on the premises at Eermingdsic, or to J. W.
BRANCH. 217 Pearl-sL back office, up stairs.
N. B.?The Long Island Cars leave Brooklyn at 1 in the
morning ? d 4 In fie afternoon. J22 4t*
VALUABLE REAL ESTATESFOR
* SALE?That noted Public House and Boarding Es?
tablishment known ss the ' STAR INN." It is situate at
Ktshkill Lsndlng, within s few rods of the Hudson River
Railroad D?p6t. It has recently undergone thorough re?
pairs, snd substantial enlargements snd sddittons made
thereto. To It are sttached extensive Stables and Carriage
Houses. It is a desirable property, and one on which a
large ai'd profitshle husirem csn he transacted.
Also, a KAHM OK SIXTY ONE ACRES OE CHOICE
LAND, in a high stale of cultivation, si'.nate about one
mile from J>e " star Inn " It will be sold In cannnction, or
separately, as may be desired. It could be convenieuty di?
vided into two small farms.
Kor further particn'ars, apply to B. H MACE, Esq. at his
office, in Ibe viliags of Newburjrh, or of the undersigned, at
the-Stsrinn." AMANDA VAN VOX) RH IS.
Kishkill Landing, Jsn. 2. 1851. .115 ?"aw3w
VALUABLE PROPERTY for SALE
in the town of EAST CHESTER. Westchester Co
N Y.?The Kami late of Moses Clark, deceased, situated in
the town of East Chester. Westchester Co. is offered for
sale. It !i situated shout 1J miles from the Tuckshoe De
fOtof the Har.em Railroad, containing |(?l acres, bonded
rtortlierly by a highway leading from East Chester to New.
Rochelle, essterh by the easterly highway of Eust Chester,
northerly by land late or Judge Sorservllle, westerly by
lands late of Rain k Morgan, and lands of James Morgan,
Esq. On the Eatm is ? subatanllal mansion-house, a Isrge
barn, and extensive sheds, mill-house, carriage-house, and
other necessary out-buildings, all In good condition; also,
a good let ant-bouse. The Kami Is in a high st*te of Im?
provident, and Is well calculated for farming, or to be di?
vided in lots. a* it Is bounded by highways about 2V> rods. {
Kroni this plsee there is s very extensive view of Long I
I si und Sot: id. tlono of the purchase m' ney m?y remsin
on mortgage on the Farm. Kor further psrticulsrs inquire
of KAMI EL CLARK, I4rt Elizabeth st. New York, AL
PH EU8 CLARK, on the promises, or of the undersigned
?i New-Rochelle. JOHN SOULtCE,
J17 3w* Executor of Moses Clsrk, dee'd.
W~ATER POWER FOR SALE OR
LEASE?ThedesirsMesnd extessive Water Power
at Hfrpot of Harlem Railroad, twenty-twe mlies from City
Mh 1, wi'i tie sold or leased on favorable terms. Kor fur?
ther particulars, address Box 6?8 Posi-OiBce. jlG2w*
FOR SALK.
STEAM ENGINE for SALE-10
S
horse power, a new an 1 superior machine.
JBI lw* P A LEONARD, llti PesrUst.
T
O CARPENTERS. ? TENONING
snd MORTICING .MACHINES, WOOD PLANING
MACHINES; on band and fur sale by
J22 lw P. A. LEONARD, 116 Pearl-sL
jS?R SALE, on favorable terms, S IX >(IK
and KISTE RES of a Millinery snd Ksncy Goods
Store, with immediate possession Apply to
J18 1w J. BUTLER, 123 Kulton-st.
sHAMPHEr'E, BURNING FLUID,
SPIRIT OAS, ALCOHOL, Ac?The above articles
of the very best quality, manufactured and for sale in barrels
snd half barrels at the lowest prUe, by
JAMES J TAPSCOTT,
Successor to COOK k ADAMS, 86 South st.
The trsdo supplied on rnssonsble terms d28 Im*
( J ENTIRE TEAS.-The Canton Tea
I Company hereby spprlse the public ths' they sre now
I prepared to retail every variety of TEA at lower prices
' iIihu fSrjf oilier esiab'is/imsot csn uniformly do. Their ex
tetisive wholesale trade always requiring them to keep on
hand a very large assortment, the purchaser at retail neces?
sarily fellies many advantages by trading with them,
wMeh he will fall to obtain elsewhere. City and country
families would greatly consult their interests bv duly ro
arx btg ibis aavertisement. This is the oldest Tea Com?
pany In the city. Their only establishment is at 12i Chat?
ham's!, between Pearl and Roosevelt, and they have now
no bras' ch ?nee?
Grocers suppi>?d In small quantities ss Iowas by the
easts*. jusm
NEWSPAPER FOR SALE.?A large
I "and well established WHIG NEWSPAPER, the only
one In the County, situated at the capitol of one of the New
England Stales. The office Is well furnished; Its patron?
age greater than most papers of Its clsss. One-half, one
third, two-thirds or the whole of It will be sold The latter
will be preferred as the present proprietor wishes to leave
that part of the country. Inquire of the Editor of The Tri?
bune._JlSw
I >.\1nTERS! GLAZIERS.'! SASH
R MAKERS M Builder* and others Interested, remem?
ber that SAMUEL SCHOONMAKER,6 Chatham-Square,
ofl'-is for sale the very beat qualities of Krenrh and Ameri?
can Glass of all sizes, from 8x1 fo 34x46, at the very lowest
rasb prices. Painters in particular, may bear in mind that
by the aid of KOUR EXTENSIVE STEAM POWER
PAINT MILLS kept constantly in operation. 1 am enabled
to sell better articles ot Paint at lower pi.ee* than any
other manufacturer in the I'uited States. Paints, Oils,
Putty. Brushes, and every article In the line In any quantity.
SAJVUEL SCHOONMAKER,
6 Chatham-square, New-York.
N B. City purchasers will have their goods delivered In
safe condition and froe of charge to any part of the city.
Jl Inieod*
CHADEPAINTERS! SHADE PaIN
rC"TERS -All Shade Painters in this Ci;y and ,else
where are most reaiiectfully Informed that my manufac?
tory la the only one in the United State* x.-here Paints are
ground by steani expressly for Shade Painters, which ens
Lies me to sell the choicest colors of the very beet qusllty st
the following reduced prices:
Terrs de Sienna, burnt.25 cents per lb.
Terrs de Sienna, raw.18* cents per lb.
Umber, burnt.18) cents per lb.
l u.ber, rsw.15 cents per lb.
Chrome Yellow.JA cm* per I*.
Pans Sreen.31J cents per lb.
Chrome Green, No. 1.31, cents per lb.
Cl.rome Green, No. 2.25 cunts per lb.
Prussian Blue.62} cents perlh.
Chil , *e Blue.K7rcents per lb*
Everyihlng required by the Painter kept constantly on
band. Goods sent free of charge and in safe condition to
a. v partofiheCltv. 8. SCHOONMAKER,
jl lBSSod*_ 6 Chatham-square N Y.
THOMAS E. BROADWAY isortering
some of the rhotceet BEEF, VEAL, and MUTTON
In ibe New-York Market, at his Old Stall, 1 Clinton Market.
Persons ytsiuxg the abc /s Mvket BTfJ do well to give hint
aesR o31 Sroeod*
1
JX) PRINTERS,?For Sale at a great
R bargain, an old estsblished Job Printing Office, loca?
ted In oue of the most business portions of ths city. Has
s good run >f custom and tranalent work, with four presses
and every facility for executing the same. Tbe only object
In selling, la thai the owner is obliged to leave the etty
ard Btosj c .ee the business. Any person having from B*V
to fSOP wilt had this an opportunity seldom to lie met with.
For further particulars, address by letter, post-psld, to
" Printer, " or apply a/ler 7 o'clock, P. M. si 3b Hubert sl
near WaeUegtam. N*w- York. Ja!? 2w*
TO PRINTERS.?For sale the follow
lowltg lots of second-hand TYPE In fonts to suit
purchaser*, either with or without case*, vu .
SmSiiPicn.2,2* lbs I Long Primer?.?191b*.
? rairgeols. 900 ?? | Brevier.4T9 ??
The shoes T YPE I* in good condition snd will be sold st
low rates |d6tf| JOHN K. TROW, t < Ann-si
WATER CURE.
01
(RANGE MOUNTAIN WATER
CURE -Dr JOSEPH A. WEDER ha* assumed the
penasurn Medxai Direction of this Institution The e*>
tabl'abuient U situated In South Orange, Essex County,
New Jersey, ose hour s ride from the city *y Morris and
Es*^x Railway \ isitors take Uie ferry-boat at the foot of
Cortiao-l-st st? AM. snd st H P M. Private hath* are at?
tached -o most of the Patten is- rooms. All letters upoa
profees <m*J btutsee* should las Sddreesed k* De Weder
other* lo ifje Supertni? udent uf the Orange Mouulsun IVil
?sr-Cure. jg (/
? in
L. NICHOLS, M. D. and Mas.
. Nu Sol t. Water ( |ire Physicians, S7 West
1 weotv second sL oee/ Sixth a*. Patients received f?r fuu
board or day trea'meat, or visited st their residence*. c*n
?uitstliMi* from M to & Jtt Im*
\V?TER-IJURK INSTITUTE?CITY
, * T *?* COUNTRY -Dr 'I SALL reeetvee PaJenu st
y***hS*aSJsajsj city erah ishnieid, |^ Lal.htet and at
>???? Bay, L I. Cotrmunfrwllon daily hoween these
f^ae?s try *mm*m sod raliroad Oeoarai Prartlce at
sanded. Coesxiitstioes | ir Inf
F
instruction.
SCHOOLS FOR S\LE?And* variety
of order* for TEACHERS ? on*t*ntly on hand at tni
V. 8 School Agency, 29$ Broadway, all od-r.ng good In?
ducement* Boarding Schoo!? of Ibe highest or 1-r. in?
and female. In city and country, that cannot be surpassed
for location and advantage*, can be obtained 01 tnoe: reas?
onable term*, beetdea smsller Select 3 hool* Ac. kr.
Teacher*' registering fee *l, in aivanca. f -ocurei a eland
mg application and the he?tefT >rte of the ?;ih?cr!h*r App'y
early, In per?on. [ 22 If | E. H. WILCOX. Proprietor.
ISrPORTTNTTO TEACQERS.?For
Sale?A good Private School in a floirisriing condition
and in a good location, having a Ma'e aad Female depart?
ment Rent very low Will be eold cheap if epp'icamn
i* made *oon a?d immolate possession given. Apply at
1?6 W averly Place, or 1'' Factory *t. - IP
BOOK-KEEPING TAUGHT by STUR
TFVANT. 138 Waverly-place, naar Stxtb-av. Books
potted up and balanced, or regularly kept by agreement.
,121 lm?_
COLLEGE INSTITUTE.?Young men
in Brooklyn andNew-York. desirois of pursuing C >!
legestudies. are respect ruly requested to confer with "M A."
Tnbune (itriee. Hi* method of Initructioa Is that adopted in
the tfn New-England schoo's. and all the advantages of
illustration In the sciences which th? metropolis affords arlO
be secured to his pupils. Terms. #l??> per annim. Nafl
ber of pupils limited to eight References to patrons and
o'N rs cd the highest respectability._,i2" 6 trod'
\-OUN<> LADIKS' SCHOOL for S*!e.
M In the City of New-York, k Young Ladies' School of
b'gti order, admirably located, and furnished in the moat
perfect msnner for the accommodation of one hundred
and twenty pupil*. For particulars Inquire of E. H
Wn cox, 1*. 8. School Agency. 2*3 Broadway. New
fork. _ d31 eod?
Itl?SIC.?A larly who has been taught
HM by the first Professors, hsving a few hours disengag?
ed, vr?>?>'.? I be dnmreus of givmg instruction* on the Piano.
Her method of instruction will be best evidenced hv the
real and rapid Improvement of her pupils. Address R'bton,
ifhreof this psrer, or 132 Nassau-st. corner of Bridge,
Brooklyn._gl 'W
MUSICAL INSTRUCTION. ? MR.
CHARLES KLAL'SER ""111 give LESSONS on the
PI ANO. In 8INGINO. and in the elements of MUSICAL
THEORY, THOROUGH BASE, Ac The Instruction
will be given In English, French or German. Terms mod?
erate. ? _..
Refarecce?Dr. Weisse, f? St. Oeorge's-place. East Thlr
teentb-st ; Emmerich A Vila, M John-st; Embree, 134
Bowery; Mr Wm. Brunner. 37 Beaver su; Meurs. Schar?
fenberg k Lois. 4SJ Broadway. J20 2w*
RENCH TAUGHT.?Mr. HANS EN,
late ?tiident with Prof. Ampere, in Parts, continaes his
PRIVATE INSTRUCTION in tna French Lanpuge and
Literature. Can be seen at ?"7| Broadway, between the
hours of 4 and 6 P. M._ Jilm*
MUSICAL INSTRUCTION.?WIL
III LIAM MAYERHOFER. late from B X to.. ibat )f
the New-York German Teacher*' Association. I* desirous
of giving lessons to a few lad-es or gentlemen in siegln?-,
on the piano forte, or the or_'ar>, as wen as :n tit rroagh
basssr-d musical composition Best referejees given ?
Apply at WESTERMAN BRO S Bookstore, M Brmd
way-_m_J'l
PRIVATE INSTRUCTION.?A
? Teacher of manv yearn' experience Wlli ir.f.rj-t pri?
vate pnplls of classes In schools, In common and signer
Malhemaiics, wt?i Perspective Navigation, Sarve.: :.-,
?^ncirjeering, and the construction of Plans, Profiles,
harts, Ac. Address Geometry, Tribune O.'hce. jib 8f
13R1VATE SCHOOL.?For Sale the
GOOD WILL AND FURNITURE of a long establish?
ed and flourishing Private Schixil. consisting of about fifty
fay scholar*, ard thirty evening. For particular*, apply
alter Iff. M at the School Ret BSV 67 Chri*ue St. jlCTl*
"dry g^mos.
4 _ REAT CLEARING OUT SALE OF
VI DRY (ioonrs ?01 Merer. I - V.vcry ar'lcle will he sold
i v cheap Pet SOBS will save at teaat 11 c?et? on every
dollar by purchasing of us prevnus to ihat time.
^11? JAMES L PHIPPS, 4M Hudson-st.
DRY GOODS.?JAMES P. HAIGHT
would Inform s 11 those, having claims against or In?
debted to him local at .1 E ANDREWS'. 460 Grand at.
and settle their a-counts a* aoon a* possible, as he Is now
doting up his business preparatory to going South. j22 2t*
J<5c P. COATS S SIX CORD "SPOOL
? COTTON ?The venders and consumers of ourSpi"!
Cottons, are hereby infermed, that we have no Inf.-:"-'.
whaiever, either directly or Indirectly, in the m%nufactij-\
or ssle of any other article of Spool C >tton Imported into
Hie I tiited State*, than 'he one -vloch liears, on etich spool,
our nsme in full "J A P C OATS," and that of ?? Andrew
Coats, General Agent for i'ne United dtales." and we lake
leave at the same time, to state, that all our Threads are
manufactured by (wrselves, within our own premise*.
Hsving recently madeextenslve additions to our Wo-ks,
wlnrhwill materially increase our production, we nope in
future to be able to keep pace with the constantly lncreaa
Ingnemand from Ihe United Slate*
Our trades mark*, having by many decisions received the
flill protection of the Law Courts, we ?halleontinue to pros?
ecute all Infringements of t>>eni J. k P. COaTS,
ANDREW COATS, Oeneral Agent
J15 3mDAWlm for the United Slates.
DAVID COATS'S SIX CORD
SPOOL COTTON.-A shipment of this superior ar?
ticle Is expected by the firft steamer. Our stock being en
tlrely sold out. wewlll be happy to take order* for Thre.d to
arrive. We beg to state to the trade generally, thai we not
only manufacture our own Threadi.htit also spin and bleuen
our own jams, within oar own extensive mills, thereby
giving us a complete command of all the different processes
co' nected with the mxnnfecture of Spool Cotton. Our
n.me and trades marks being protected by the Law Courts
of ibe United States, we hereby warn al parties from In
Mr ging on them. D. COATS, 10 Cedar at. New-York.
116 2w"
1 _a_
ARCUS SPRING c\c CO., No. 51
EXCHANGE-PLACE.i (Ter for saleoocommission,
BRoU n SlIEFTIM.S, FaNCY CaSSIMKBES,
Bbuwn Shirtings, Black snu Cot.oarD oo.,
Shirting Stripes, Broad Cloths,
Bleached Cottons, Sur hp's Gbays,
Bi i t Denims, Satinets and Tweeds,
Pantaloon STi'rrs, Pi.aid Linseys,
(</re?tranrty) KlR*rvs
Sit.BciAS and Cambric', Ci.oakinus,
Apbon Checks, Flannels,
JO 3m PRINTINO CLOTHS.
To Country and City Merchants.
MOULTON ?C CO. 22 Pine an?I 64 Ce
dar *t offer by the piece o? package one of the mosj
exten*l?eand varied ST(?t KS < tW KRENCH. GERMAN,
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN DRY OOOI>S to be found
In this city, at prices that will pleate close CASH BUY
F.RS. Jlti lmDti^mW
f INENS AND MUSLINS 15Y THE
? -^PIECE.-Shlrt Makers Supplied. Also, Table Clothe,
Dtmasks. Diapers, Towels, tic. Blankets. Flannels. Broad?
cloth*. Mernnee>, Cashmeres, i.e. Damaged Gioghani*.
Tub e Covers, Sasxlng S Ik. Ac. For sale at reduced price*,
by WILLIAM MllTHEWS. 60 Calhenne-*i. uv
^?Lr?RED CAMBRICS.?100 casea
' all color* and qualities for sale at reduced price*] b*
d4_C B LE BARON. H Plne-et.
COLORED COATINGS?50 package*
Blue, Wtneand Mixed Coating* and Green S Kkluf i
forsaleby |n2l tf| NESMITH A CO. V> and SSPita-st
CORDOVA PLAINS?20 package*,*!]
wool, Gray Negro Clotha, foraaie by
o3\ it_NESMiTH A CO. II and ? Plne-at
|\TA~NKEENS?50 casea in lOyard piecea,
A a for sale by NESMITH A CO.
?a U _ AO and 52 Finest
\EW-BETjWRD STEAM MILLS
I a COTTONS?.3?' pankagea, comprising the different
qualllle*, bleached and uub'eacbed. made by the N B. 8.M.
Co for aale by NESMITH A CO.
a2l if 50 aad 52 Pineal
PRINTER'S BLANKETS?And Lap
ping Engravers and Roller Cloth, for sale by
I>1
e by
d4' _C B LE BARON, 55 Pine-st.
SUPERFINE SHIRTINGS?The Wit
Uamsville Company's Medal Premium Shirtings, W
ech Brown and 37 u.ch Bleached, for sale by the Agent*.
agtf_NESMITH A CO. M and 52 Pine-st
WALTHAM COTTONS?-200 paclt>
age*, different widths and qualities, Boston Manu?
facturing Co.'s fabric, tor sale by NESMITH A CO..
n2UT_50 aad 53 Ptnos
*M\i\ CASES ADAMS BLUE AND
??^^-?ORANwE PFJNT*.-?uper1or In quality of work
and variety of style, for sale by C B LE BARON,
d4_&5 Plne-at.
aMUl CAS^ BLEACHED SH1RT
^ 'A'lNOS, 2i 27. ? 33 and 36 tech, auttabU for
Manufacturers of Bags, and the general trad* For sale by
d?_C. B LE BARON. 55 Ptne?t.
|7y|CASES BLUE and WHITE and
1 Vr\>YWO BLUE PBJ NTS For tale by
d4 C B LE BAROts. 55 Plne-at.
JEWELRY.
WATCHES, JEWELRY and SIL
VER 5VARE.?Those who wish to purchase
WATCHE* or JEWELRY, will find tt greatly to their
advantage to call on the subscriber, who la coustantly r*>
Cetvlng ail descriptions of gold and silver watches, direct
from the manufacturer* In EnglarJ, France and Switzer?
land, which be * sailing at wbulnaale and retail at loa
very lowest price*
Ladles' and Gentleman's Gold- Watch Chains. Diamond
Rings and Plrs, Gold and Silver Specurles, Sterling Sliver
Spoons. Caps, Forks. Ac
Gold Watches as low as T to *2.5 each; Watches and
Jewelry exchanged Ail Watches wairanted to keep
food Dm a, or the money returned. Watche* Cio, ?s and
?wairy repaired tn the beat manner, and wa-rauied at
mach less than the usual prices.
OEO C ALLEN, Importer of Watrbe* and Jewelry.
aJb "m* Wholesale and Retall. M WaU at ap stairs
HOUSES, A.C. TO LET.
TO LET?The lot and building 141
Eas* Broadway, for ? Work*hor> or ?( >re | or It wi'l
be sold. Apply ?hout I o r'oc* at ??> E Broad WIT JU lw?
TO LET, in Eulton-at. Brooklyn, a neat
modern slore with dwelling stitched. sultaNe for any
light business. Tbe iitaailun gocd. Addree? II. Tribune
orf.ee._ j21 IT
TO LEASE?The first class Three
story Besses, i?i Mmtmrn aerond d>ini>o?? Pmce
at In excellent order. Apply sl5n Re?de-t )U 3f ,
TO LOT.?TH g 8CH E N ECTA D V
LOCOMOTIVE ENGINE WoRKS-The under
sigred Receiver of the Ettate railed -The Sch-necudy
Locomotive Engine Wurli." l?te:y occupied by E. S. Nor
rii, ofleri the ta d werk* to rent for a term of yeara, w ith
the right to the leatee to purchase the tame.
Treeework* are located la the Cr.y of S:beneetaJT,
wnh convenient acceaa by meant of a thort lalleral r*ll
roac.toell the great ratirotris which meet and dr/erge
trete. The b'iilJing* are new. constructed of urtck with
date roofg. one beim; 'eet by >) in tu t asor: >nt. H1
four others of ?imilar character of letter dimeotiooa, all
planned and erected on an extensive and convenient tesle.
Among thete are a large Iron and Brats Eo';aJry a filtern
Shop. Ac The tools and machinery among which is In?
cluded anew Engine of 80 horse-power, sre oi the most
spproved kind. The buiididga are leested on s site of tour
scree of land, srd in connection therevcith belongs slot
situate on the Ene Cans! cr?venlent for the receipt of coal
snd other freight- Tbe most competent Judges prsnottnce
the works. In view of their locslity. snd exteisive sad per?
fect character, the most deatrahle of any in the Union.
The tenni wi:I be very reasonable, snd po*?e?t:on can be
given immediately. Dated Schenectady, Ian 1, 1851.
jle 3aw4w _A. L LINN. Receiver, Ac.
TO LET OR LEASE?The five-stjry
STORE Hi Broadwav. Apnlv to
]17 Steod* W. B LAWRENCE. Jr. 49ft Broadway.
TO LET?Rooms and Bed-Rooms in
new brick hoases in South Brooklyn, near the Perry;
rent from $4 to $S per month; also new brick Uothlc cot?
tage in thiscity; very nice snd genteel,?8 rooms and cellar
?rent. ??fsi per annum. IsMptraof
jllm* T.TOWNSEND.^ Nwsn-st
TO LET.?ABBEY HOTEL AND
COTTAGE, on the Bloomlngdale Road. Apply to
JI8 1W C. C. WEBER, W East Broadway.
MKDICINKS.
Morse's Compound Syrupof _
\'ELLOW DOCK ROOT.?We feel
prompted bv every principle of humenlty, to make
known to tbe world the' wonderful efficacy of this exlrsor
dluary pieparation. Thoiitanos have been relieved of a
(teal auiouiit of suffering, and many livet saved by the use
of It It is acknowledges by the beit judge* of medicine to
be the most elegsnl, ? irntinY and salutary preparation now
in use. and as a depuralive remedy, seldom if ever equaled.
It stands unrivaled for the cure or Erye<pels*.Sall Rheum,
Canker. Sciofula and all the various diseases arising from
an impure state of the Blood. Also, all Biliious complaints,
and i? u*ed ?I h unprecedent success In all cases of Female
Weakness ami general debility, strengthening the weaken?
ed body, givit g tone to the various organs, and invigoraU
lng the tntire system, and al*o fortaecure ofthe Liver com?
plaint. Catsrib. D\si>ep*ia, He*d*che,!Dizziness. Coughs,
Ac Those ateete.1 with Chronic [>isease.|of w hatever
form, will find this medicine not only pleasant t? the taste,
but a certain cure, if it be within the power of remedial
scents to sfltri thelrdlsease. It is composed of medicines
to happl.v combined, as to tend directly to give tone to the
ston ach and bowels, -xciie to hesltlty action the Liver and
ibewholeGIendulsr System, allay Nervous Irritability,and
promote thefree action of the Longs, t'us rend-nng it ap?
plicable to all disesses of a Chronic nature. It is purely
vegetable, snd msy be used in sll rl I males, a>.d at all ses
tons of ihe year.
Prepared only by C. MORSE A CO,at l"2 Fountaln-i.
Provfd-iice. B I. and sold bv thousand* a'l over the Unit?
ed S'a es, Canadss, Ac if*>dock, Corlte* k Clav, 2|n
Peail si. N. Tork, Oeuersl Agents. J15 6m*
C^OURAI DS MARVELOUS ITAL
iTj AN MEDICATED SOAP will insure, to snyj-dy
using It, s dazzling while skin aid rosy cheeks. The
meciramsnts of whTi Ii it is comp so'S'e of to powerful
s nature that the host ol cutaneous disfigurements?such at
? ediess, roughness, tan, in-burn, sallowne**, freckl**,
l?t?|.Uta, lell-r sail rhell in chaps, clia'es, CbllhlailS. AC,
must give wav before them, leaving Hie akin white, a?>fi,
.mooih aiid irsDspsrent, and altogether lively Neither
maiden, wife nor mother, should use any other delightful
rsnottset in their Mranona For shaving it Is the most
l'loriou? compound overused, making a rich creamv lathes,
in ?alt or bard water a* well as tn sot. GOCH AUD'S POU
URE SUBTILE Is wsrrsnted U) uproot anpe.fluoiis hair
from any nan of ihe human bodv' OOURAUD'd MEDI?
CATED llAIR RESTORATIVE will prevent baldness,
and restore the hair to places whence It ha* fallen oft': it
will also give to dry and wiry hair a rich moisture and s
macnlhceut softness and gloss OOURAUD'S LIQUID
KOUOE Impart* io pale lips snd itbeeka a permanent rose
.ism (iOI RAI D S INSTANTANEOUS LIQUID HAIR
DYE Is the beat srticle invented for changing red or gray
hair to a lieauitful black or brown in a few minutes QOL
RAUDS LII.Y WHITE removes instantaneously flushes,
redness, seilowness, roughness, Ac. The genuine articles
are to be had only of Dr EELIX GOURAUD. ii7 Walter?
s', first door from (not in> Broadwsy | f, R Calender, 88
Soulb-ThirCsl. Philadelphia; Bate* A Jordan, 12) Wash
lng ton st. Boston. jiieod
B~ALDNESS ALWAYS CURED.?A
'tixurisnl hesd of hair, whiskers, eyebrows or mous?
taches, ran always be trained <*ith absolute certainty, in S
-hnrt i in-, bv the use of HARVEY'S AMERICAN VEOE
TAKLE H.MR TONIC. A guarantee will be given, wheth?
er the want of hair he natural or accidental, provided the
directions he fol'owed In every psrticu ar. This prepars
thjsj hss Ifeen used by s large number of persons with the
um?.i gratifying resuiis, ana so unvarying has been its Suc?
res* In r? storing balr fee ???'?I heads that ore proprietor feels
warranted in challent'ing he production of a single cats
tlust cannot he cured bv the application of the American Ve?
getable Hmr Tonic For sale by J M' Allster. 141 Fulton
at; Cbaa H Rng. IM Bread way; J It I Coddington. 7|5
sVosdwaj . A L Seville ,v Co iln Broadway; and at II R.
Pierry'*,.V VViiloOL'hby-tt Ifrookiyn. J22 1 moo JA
*i>iITH'S IODINE SOAP is the Soap
k^ard the only Soap ihtt will eradicate and permanently
n niove all Eruption*, Biotrhe*, Discolors'lont sndlndurs
tiont of the Sun, and co'ten and remove glandular swell?
ings but ihm it acis bs an infallible preventstive of ttuse
anroy snces, keeping the cuticle sofiat-d pliant and impart?
ing to that envelop s lesun'ui transparency. The philoso?
phy of its operation lies in a nutshell. It acts aa a stimu?
lant upon the torpid ah'orheois. cnut'ng them to take up
and ctrbtirse every unnatural accumulation upon the sur?
face and relieving. In it very ?hon lime, any cutteular dls
esse. ntlSlhnr acute or chronic SMITH'S IODINE
SOAP,used as a ssive for old sore*, is msgtealln It* effects.
Consult yotr phyticisn before buying. VVnoletale
and Retail Agent. J. W. KELLY, M Beekman-sL
_J20 1W*
ri^HE TREE IS KNOWN BY ITS
J FRUITS. AND MEDICINE IS KNOWN BY ITS
EKKECT8.
Who ran Cecide so justly of the value or worthleetness
of a remedy ss those who have made trial of It themselves,
and feel tbe reeuil* In their own person* ?
Physicians know this perfectly, and hence their studious
efforts to preserve the names of medicines in Latin, tba
patients nny rot understand what those agents sre by which
they are e.tber cared or killed.
This public sentiment, w Inch rpeaks by the authority of
experience, lias declared with great unanimity, that
DK S P TOWNSEND'S COMPOUND EXTRACT OP
SARSAPAR1LLA,
IS THE PEOPLE S MEDICINE.
It is so wonderfully adapted to the constitution that tl may
be used for all disesses.
WHERE THERE IB DEBILITY,
It sTfMsWfsRMs*
WHERE THERE IS CORRUPTION.
It Purifies.
WHERE THERE IS FOULNESS,
It Ci.eaksks.
This celebrated medicine, which Is of such Important ser?
vice to humanity. Is now prepared at the new Manufactory
cor. Prent and Washington (rj. Brooklyn, under the direct
supervision of tbe well-known Chkmist snd Piiysicui?,
DR JAMES R CHILTON, OK NEW-YORK CITY.
Whese eerflficete and signature will be found or. the
outside wrapper of each bottle of the
ORIOINAL AND OENUINE
DR. TOWNSEND'S
COMPOUND EXTRACT OK SARSAPARILLA.
PRINCIPAL DEPOT.
82 Nassau st. N T.
Sold in Brooklyn by
MRS HAYES. 175 Ftilton-tt
And at the Office of the Esctory, cor. Kronisnd Washing,
ton sis. Brooklyn. jtCtSAW*
_CLOTHING
CALL EN DER AND STARCHING
MANGLE forsslecheep.If spp?ed for soon Inquire
of P RENN iE, corner of Thirry-third-tL and HUguih-ev.
J10 2w*
MRS. VANHOUTEN'S SHIRT AND
Kl RNISHING ESTABLISHMENT. 82 Na***n-*C
is destined to become the retreat lor the fashionable gen?
tlemen of New-York. Her new and splendid styles of
Winter Goods are row offered at very reasonable prices.
Orders will be executed at 24 boars' notice. Gents fur?
nished for the ball-room in elegant style. Call and see.
d31 lmeod*
Y\rINTER GARMENTS.?In view of
? v the advanced taste of the Season, we sre offering at
Reduced Price* a ?election from what In an endeavor to re>
tain the supremacy of our Good*, we have do hesitation lo
commending as the beet assortment nf first Quality
BEADY MADE GARMENTS tn the city, eompnstrig a
particularly new style of Rurtoat*. Over end Body Sac it.
Dress and Envk Coats Pantaloon*. Vesta, Ar.
WM. T. JENNINGS. A Co. 231 Brosdwsv.
dS tf opposite the Park Fountain
HATS.
FASHIONABLE HATS.?Just ftn
Uhea, the most splendid ankle ever offered Decani
FRENCH ff LR HATS at the low price of B3. uraallysold
at 4M Also. acartldsaiBS so. Neat Ust* at S3.
BROWN,
?las la* IM OanaUt one door from BalUvan.
p
PIANOS._
PIANOS ?A 6| octave Rosewood Pi
uo,n*u'*iw*. end of excellent tone, for |I50; ?
? new aird valuable f<J octave roaawood Piano, vary low.
and a 5 octave Melodeon A ?<?, 1" watches, a lot of pitted
spoon*. 12 gros* Military Soap*. Ac *c Ca*h advance*
on fry Good*. Grocertea. Hardware, Furniture, Pianos,
Bo<>k?. Watcb?a -'? >' kc
ijjft? I. F. JQNF9, II Ann-si M floor
FOR SALK CHEAP FOR CASH-?
Two Spleadid 7 Octave Boxwood PIANO FORTES,
ftorjnd Corner* and Gothic Tablet*, embracing all the
modern Improvemen'*, tine tone, delicate touch, warranted
b>r two jeer* ard meed one year graut. Apply at the
Mar-afactory ard Waremom*
McOONALH V BROTHER. BM Bowery,
ja It* between Houston and Etrst-st*
IANO-FORTES FOR SALE.?Per
- aorj about purciiaatag Piano* will find It to tbetr ad van*
tage to cai at BENNET a COMPANY 8 Manufactory, 151
Falten-at ear side of Broadway.) They have a Large as
torrmeni of fc*ewood Panoaconstantly on hand Every ta>
t*ruroent srarranted for two year* B A Co have the names
?fmore than i.uoo persons they ayffj refer to. who have ear
e-a- ?J piano* of them. *J of which have given inlversal sat.
t>rac3oa. bat when any doubt* are *ipressed as to tae1rrrua>
try. tae payment ma\ be withheld anil sac* doubt* are r*>
?e?ed Old Piaaos exchanged. Mew and aecond hand
B %??<?'' B27 tt
PIANO-FORTES.?Pereona about pur?
chasing Plaao* will and It to metr advantage to call at R?
Olera A i o's Manufact*ry 191 Fulton st. (weatof Broad?
way ) A general aaeo ranent of mahogany and roan wood
Piano* cocsoaniiy on hand, wiucn wu be suld low for cask or
approved paper Dealer? ?applied <x liberal ?stTD*
a? tf R GLENN A CO I9i fitlioo-av
1ANOS FOR SALE and to hire, at 7
Barclay-si opposite the A*tor House, from -4 to 7 or.
tavea, tnro*ewood and mahogany cases.
Pl83m* JAMES THOMPSON, late Tallman A RandaU.
PIANO-FORTES.? V. F. HARRl
SON, .'? Ca-al st. [wareroom 2d stnrv J offers for sale
a aplerdld assortment of Boaewood PIANOS of M and 7
octaves, with the la'est Improvementa. ?_ J'^JL1?
PIANO FOR SALE.?A Good Second
hand Piano, with mahogany case, French polish.
Price I? dollars. Inquire at 417 Washlngton-st. jt? lw*
(^HURCH ORGAN MANUFACTO?
RY?GEORGE JARDINE, 548 Pear! St. near City
Hospttai, Broaaway, New-York ?Plans and estimates gi?
ven. Orders respectfully solicited, which will be most
faithfully executed, and upon liberal terms. iaIS Iyeod* 1
UBOIS <5c WARR1NER, Piano-Forte
Makers,315 BROADWAY N Y jfo Inf
P
D
G& H. BARMORE offer at their .Man
a nfactory and Ware-rr?m, 34? BLEECKER-St cor?
ner of Charles-et an assortment of elegant PIANO
FORTES, wilh the metallic frame ard reverse bridge, and
all other modern Improvement*. d> 3m*
J6l C. FISCHER, (late N?ima <Sc Fis
s citEa.) Manufactory ard Wareroom, 17" Green wich?
st, corner of Dev. PI ANO-FORTES warranted, with re?
verse bridge and pateut rube, well calculated for keeping
In tune. Piano-fortes tuned, repaired and exchanged.
d27 1 ii'n
SERAPHINE, jEOLIAN and MEL?
DEON WAREROOMS, 3t? Broad wav, N Y
. d301m* I. B CLARK.
(
COAL
COAL.?I am delivering the best red
ash, stove and egg COAL, well screened froji under
sheds. Dry and (in good order at to' l'> per too; white ash
?5 75.1 PETER CLINTON,
ja Im* cor. King and Greenwich sis.
/10AL?COAL.?Peach On-hard, Black
V^lleart, I.eklgb, Liverpool Orrell. Csnnel and Sidney
COAL In va/ds, of a prime quality and for atl?|:ow by
JAS. L. WOKTH,94 Broadway.
;22 tf and Fourtn-st. corner Thompson
SI EAMHOAT COAL, in size and ouul
l;v expressly adapted to ?teamers' use. for tale ov the
cargo. Address [j2l lml*| F TYLER A CO PbllsJei'phl*
TO COAL DEALERS.?The sub.<cri
hers will e\ertna order* for Spohii a?i Lewis Vein*
red ash Coa', and ? bite ash front 11 road Mountain, of all
sires, at the lowest market rales Orcersare respec't'ully
Solicited. |J21 linisl F.TYLER A CO. Philadelphia.
1OAL.?The Subscriber has in yards
J Pesch Orrhard. Black Healb, Lehlgh, Liverpool Orrel,
Cannel and Sydney Coal. All of a prime quality and for
sale low. .JAMK8 L WORTH, .'I Broadway, and
J20 If Fourth comer of Thompson.
COAL.?$6, S(i 50, of all sizes?Red
Ash, first quality?a good size for Air Tight Stoves;
also, Cumberland Coal for smith's ase. 11 PEIRCEY,
;17 Im* ?5 Eldridge-at between Broomeand Grand *ts,
COAL AT GREATLY REDUCED
RATES?The subscriber offers his large stock of su?
perior COAL to consumer*, at very reduced rate*, for
cash only. GEO. A SPARKS.
J!?lm* 205 and 2"7 Franalln st.
COAL.? 1 am now delivering the best
RED ABU 8TOVK and COO. wall scrueuea. r>.>m
yard under cover, at $6 50 per tun. Also, best LIVER?
POOL ill per chaldron. PETER CLINTON,
d28 2m* corner King and Greenwich sta.
(^OAL-WHITE ASH?PRICE RE
DICED TO 15 75 PER TL'N.?White Ash Coal, first
2nallly. Egg, Stove and Nut sizes, at the above low price,
elivered free of charge fur cartage? must be paid form
good money whan the order Is given.
T. STOKES DICKERSON.
d23 tf r 7 Anthony-st. near Broadway.
COAL! COAL!?PRICES REDUCED
-*J6 5n PER TL'N.-Peach Orchard, Red A*h Coal,
1st quality Egg or Stove sl/e* at the above LOW PRICK,
delivered free of charge for cartage. Must be paid for In
good money when the order is given.
T. 8TOKE8 DICKERSON,
d23 tf 1n7 Anthony-st. near Broadway.
STT^ER"TUN?GOOD QUALITY
'rfUcOAL, large Nut a'd small Stove, at $6 per tun:
Bchuylklll and Peach Orchard of allsUes; also Liverpool
and Blacksmith * Coal, at low price*, at "SIMPSON'S"
Depot, 76 and 78 Thompson-si near Spring. d24 1m*
MAGNETIC POWDKR.
LYON'S MAGNETIC POWDER,
for the destruction of
Cockroaches. Bid-Bugs, Moths.
Ants. Flies, Flea*,
and Insects on Plant*
LYON'S MAGNETIC PILLS
for the destruction of
Rats and Mice,
warranted without Poison.
Principal Depot. 420 Broadway
AGENTS.
New-York?C. V. CUckener v Co. 81 Barclay *l
A. B. A D. Sands, 100 fulton-si
Roshton, Clark A Co. liu Broadway.
HavUand. Keeae a. Co. 811 Maiden-lane
Oreerileef A King si ey, Dortland-si
Bcheffelin Bros. A Co. l'<n John-*l
O. 8. A R- Bamton, 274 Bowery
John Mitchell, 381 Bowery.
H. A. Kerr. 74b Broadway.
Brlghani A Miller. 17 Avenue D
Dr. Lyon. 472 Grand st.
E.Cook.3u5Grand-aL
Van Valkenlrurgh A Marlin, crr.tr Ninto
avenue and Twenty-first sL
Rtker and Berrian, 353 Sixth-avenue,
?rookiyo?Mrs ilaye* l75Fultoa-aL
8 Braoklyn.Mr. Ay res, cor. Henry an 1 Atlantic sis.
Jersey City. Buskirk, M Waahlngloa-st.
Sag Harbor, L I ?Dr E. Mills
Long Brook-Jan.e* M Oould. d25 3m*
H ARU W ARK.
CHAIN CABLES.?A large asaortment
of EngDab proved from 3-3 to 17-3 Inches, for sale by
ML22 GAUNT A DERRICKRON. l&waVmih-et.
AKUM?500 balea No. 1; ?Oft do,
" -for taue st manufacturers prtree, try
SAUNT A DERRicriON lHBootS-*s
O
c
UT NAILS?An Rssr,rtment of BOON
TON CUT NA I LS constantly on hand and for sa.e L>y
DUDLEY L FULLER A CO.
df 3meod*_1311 Green wIcb-sL
CKATES.?A full assortment of common
ard fancy SKATES, snapped and .nauapped
SLEIGH BELLS ?A foil ami ciampiate assortmea'. of
loose and fancy strapped Sleigh Bell*.
CUTLERY ?Ivory and Desert Kniveaand Forks, Tea
Tray*, polished ghove,* and Tohss, Fire Stands, Ac. at
wholesale and retail, by.C. S LITTLE. 33 and ">4 Fuiton-st.
du Saaaosj
PATENTS.
I^HE LARGEST ASSORTMENT Of
J. BEDSTEADS, BEDS, MATTRESSES and FEATH
ERS ever offered for sale, atM. W1LLARD8 Warehouse,
150 Cbatnam-st corner of Mulbarry-et. The attenUon of
housekeepers and otiiera is particularly called to Will's
palest right aid left *<-rew bedstead. Old bed* renovated i
cols wholesale and retail. dJh lm*
WINDOW SHADES.
\\lNDOW SHADES! GILT COR
*ZJ. altlf?l! MU8LIN8, Ac?famtllea
a^t rurnlaarng lhe;r windows with the above article*,
mm lad at J. C WOGDFOR? S, ?6 Broadway ma
,arg-si and le-si assortineoi in the cRy , *evrjral new s'tylea
never before intriaiucnd In New-Yora. Lace and Mxall
Curtains, Drapery, Tassel* Loop* pin*. Bands, Cornhwa,
kc ramiUe* purchasing of the subscriber may rely apoa
getting a brat rate article, and as low as It Is possible u> in?
sert or manufacture iL Merchant* buyiiur at wboteaaie wBJ
?od It decidedly to their advantage to call before purcbasv
tag else where J. C. WOOD FOslD W5 Broadway alatl
insurance.
BROOKLYN FIREINSURANCE(X).
<'<? r No 6 Merchant*- Exchange, Wall-ev ff. T.
BOJi, r-j u r, *t Brooklyn WM ILUSWOSTH Trs/L
A 0 r?Ti?r.-ia rA*-retery so* ?*-??>
c
??ftre Nu 6 Merchant* Exchange W_ea*i N. T.
rlorr starr
ONNECTIC?T FIRE INSURANCE
COMPANY. Hartford . Capital. $J"0.nno. witA ? tor.
plus. K W . GREENE. President
J R Ei nari or. Secretary
Kor Insurance, apply ui E WHITE. 42 William ?t
414 Jracod Second door below WaR.
Hudson RIVER KIRK Insu?
rance COMPANY of WawHbrd. N T.-OfVe?
We!i-et New-Yock. CA PI TAI, S'iOU.UO?.
oiaacroa*.
Hon Hugh Whiles T C Morgan, W rt Vaodermurf*,
Isaiah Blood. P J Arery. H D Fulle*
Nocon Joshua Mors. Samuel A Hoeee,
Mavo Pood. trllh V Lsraing. Robert Blaae
HUGH white, Fremden?,
ISAIAH BLOOD, Vlre-PreasderC
P J Avxav. Berretary
T
HIS COMPANY, having a FULL CAPITAL paid k)
?nd Invested, are prepare 1 10 INSURE Bl IL?lNOfR
MERCHANDISE snd HOUSEHOLD FUKNITURl
against lose or dam a/re by fire, on the moat reasonable tenee.
All losses promptly avDualed end paid at the NEW YORR
OFKICE Iri m.ioey rurrent at the Hank* In this city Local
Reeve** Hon John Young, Wm P Miller. B*q M <*okt?
at ; Joseph W Savage, Esq. Messr* Joseph Ketrhnra A
?oo.34 Front-ct |o. :J>??i| JAMES A REQUA. AgsrsA
TVATIONAL LOAN KUND ASSU
i^RANCE SOCIETY <-(? LONDON
Obncb.*! AcinUs Orrtc?. 71 Wail st i
New-York. Ja*. 1, IBM. i
NOTICE ?I" PUrsoacce of a reeolutlon of Use Board of
Directors, the Mtoerto existing mode of loens of one-hal/or
two-thirds of the common annual premtuma paid hy (here?
to red is discontinued, in reference to poilrle* to to here?
after gran'ed. And the Board hare Introduced the follow
In? new and favorable system of loaas fr>r toe future, vts.:
A party insured for the whole term of life msy at anf
time horrow one-half the amount of annual premium, wluV
cmt note or security, or deposit of policy, and is entitled fat
division of profit*.
He may at any tinie ?nrrender hi* policy, and receive
back a* rsjee thereof rsiis half the gross turn paid by Msj In
annual connnm premiums.
Ti ls new form of b ans spplb-t only to policies hsjresAer
to be issued
A party already In wired for whole MlV may, on pay must
of a small sum, convert hi* insurance into a new policy 09?
on the loan system now introduced.
Partie* already insured and entitled to a two-third loss),
sre not shut out from said two-third loan, if they prefer fa,
upon the term* stated in the Society's pamphlets.
A party may, at a moderate annual premium, Insure Aar
life, snd K he ?urvive to reach the age of *' years, the fsM
siiai insureii up to $1 \i"*' will be paid to him ; or If he dies
berore i-esxhing that age, the fiill aum insured will be paM
to his family or legal representative
?ctinu DiascToas roa jAiWasy.
C E HABICHT. Chairman.
IOHM J PALMER,
SAMUEL > HOW I.AND,
WILLIAM VAN HOOK.
HENKV LUDLAM.
ROBERT O DILLON.
J K EAR NY RODOERS, MD.
al22awtf J LEANDER STARR. General Ages*.
OFFICE BROADWAY INSURANCE
COMPANY. No. 418 BROAD WAY-At the Annual
Election lor Directors of this Institution, held at the Ofhos
of the Company this day, the following gentlen en were
elected :
Schureman Hoisted. Ben). K Csmp, Reuben W.Howes,
J. hn Harper. Cba*. Ssndfoid, Johu B Dickinson,
Wm.V Brsdy, Chester Drtggs, John T. Kuber,
U in B Skidiiiore. Sml. B Allhaune, Aaron Arnold,
Wilson O. Hunt, John B. Corlles. Chas P Brown,
John Kaironer, Bernard Smyth. Win Tmslow,
Leonard Kirby, Jaw W .Meraereau. Crowe I Ha iden,
Geo T Cobb. Ileiinu* M Well*. John McLean.
F. W Kdmondt, Matthew Bird, Stephen V A'bco,
Lew is Doty, H M. Forrester. James Foster.
The following gentlemen were at ihe same time chosen
Inspector* of the next election i
Richard Berry. Washington Ysle, James Hart.
At a subsequent Hireling of the Board. SCHURKMAN
1IALSTKD, Esq. wss unanimously reflected President tor
the ensuing year. JOHN WRAY, Secretary.
New York, Jan 14. ISM._JIT lw
OFFICE OF THE OROCERSrFIRE
INSUR A STE COMP A NV. New-York. January Mh,
18AI_The Stockholders of this Company are hereby nort?
hed that toe Annual Election fo- Directors will be held at
the office, 81 Wall*!, corner of Pearl*! on Monday, Keb.
.'i The poll will open at II o'clock, A M. and close at I
P.M ||*?7ieod| J MILTON SMITH. Secretsry.
fj^HE GROCERS' Fl RK INSURANCE
M COMPANY, office 81 Wall-at. corner of Pearl. N T.
CAPITAL 8200,ODO. Tbl? Company, havint thesr
capital sll paid In. In cash, are prepared to insure Buildings,
Merchandise, Household furniture. Vessels In Port, their
Car,-?>??. Ac. against loss or damage by fire, also, IBs
Risks of Inland Navigation snd Transportation*, on the most
It ?orshle terms All losses promptly adjusted snd paid.
DIRECTORS.
R:ifu* Rtory, Moses Tavlor. Sampson Moore,
Peter Martin, Oeorge Elder. Chas BurkhaJter.
Francis Sklndy, Honry Edey, Ass 8. Porter,
Jas B Wilson, Alex. H. Grant, Wm R. Foster,
?on. B Sherman. Mai shall Pepoon, Isaac C Taylor.
SAMPSON MOORE. PrealdenA
J. Miltus Smith, Secretary. 27f if
TH E MERCHANTS' INSURAN('I
COMPANY OF THE CITY OF NEW -YORK, often
Ocean Bank Building, comer of Greenwich and Pulloo skft.
CASH CAPITAL R'iOO.OOO. Insurance ags'nst lot*
er damage bv fire CKOWELL ADAMS. P?e*tdent
SBOBSB W Ssvaoe, Seeretsry JeSSUl
Omer Mi hi ami ilk Mut. 1st Co. hi Wsli-st. I
Nkw-York, January 16, IUI. J
riMIIS COM PAN Y nispectfallv gives
JA notice that by a resolution of the Board of Trustees,
pasted on the 14th ln?t. (lie l?i*lnes* of the Company wiB
hereafter lie extended to the lnsurai.ee of Vessels, lu sdsB
tlon to Cargo snd Freight
JOSEPH WALKER. President
LEWIS GREGORY. 1*1 Vice-President.
ELWOOD WALTER. 2d Vice-President
Cuas. Newcosis, Secretsry
TRUSTEES.
Joseph WaBter, <: W a Rodders, Cyrus Cirtlss.
Thomsa Hunt, Paul N. Spodord, Heruian B<Aer,
?lain- Kreeland, Septimus Crook< *, Chaa G. CarletoB,
Ileiirv Shelden. Charles Payen, Lucius Hopkins,
Thon.a* 8 Nelson, Chas B. Rogers, DsaVI O Havilsad,
Wilson G. Hunt, Samutl J II als, Lev! Cook.
Slew art C. Marsh. William Watt, David L Sayre,
George Hsatiiig*. Almet Reed. Henry A Storm,
San uel WllleU*. John Steward, Jr. (> E Maliby,
Oeo I). Phelps. James T Strutter, Frederh k Vletor.
H \\ T Mail, Richard Blgelow, |IT lw*
telegraph.
1TELEGRAPHIC?Citizen? and Srran
. gers are Invited to call and examine the operation of
ike MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH st
NORTON'S TELEGRAPHIC ROOMS,
177 Broad wsy, New-Tort.
The Immense success sttendlng the adaptation of Olot
Stead * Patent THegrsph Battery f> the
MAGNETIC MEDICAL MACHINE,
has Induced the subscriber to accept from the Manufac?
turers,
Messrs T SMITH A CO 77 Fulton-st
the appointment as sole Ar.'ent tu the sale thereof, and they
Will hereafter be kept constantly on sale at
NORTON'S TELEGRAPHIC ROOMS,
177 C road way. New-YorR
TbeOlmstead Patent Magnetic M whine, for MEDIC AB
purposes, is so entirely different from any other medical in?
struments, that no person can form a proper idea of ItsasV
vantage* without witnessing It* operation*, when th-y WiB
be found *o apparent aa to render argnment *op? ifluou*.
The current of electricity I* completely under the control ol
the operator, and can. from almost liapereeptlbtllty, be grad?
ually Increased to any strength the patient msy desire,
while. Instead of feeling the painful apasmodlc conlracrJjoB
of the muscle* produced by all other medical instrument*, a
gentle current lit flowing pleasantly through the nervo** sy*>
Sem. Telegraph Comp*nie* are respectfully informed tost
every description of Magnetic and Chemical Telegraph
apparatus is kept cor-tanuv on sale at
NORTON'S TELEGRAPHIC ROOMS,
177 Broadway. New-Y irh.
Where al,orders' mutt be addressed. oil FMAWtJ
business cards;
? ohaijod wash BURN & CO.
i Manufscttirersofsll klnd*o! ForsigB R/-fined Iron W?.r%
Telegraph Wire, Card. Reed. Cotton Flyer. Annealed,
Bro. m,Buche ?azd Sprtng Wire A *o, all kind* of round.
Sat or oval Mire, be*t adapted to various Machine Par
poses annealed anil tempered, ?tr?:glitoned and cut aay
length. Worcester, M*-s. )2I it
AD v ERT ^ EMEN TS arn inserteTl?
the beat Paper* of o'her Ode* and Town* *t V. B.
PALMER'S Adverting Agency. TrlUine Building dJ4 tf
CLAIMS FOR BOUNTY LAND,
PENSIONS. PAY. Ac. promptly attended to, ift^sagt
ar. ???' ..e> at Waahlngion, and Land* Warrant* and Lssn
FafeuU, purchased by GEORGE WOODMAN, *a VVaV
-s' Co
Ham si m ar Wail-s' Counselor at Law and Cotrim
for Wisconsin, Illinois, Indians and Kentucky d? Jat*
COMMISSION PAPER WARB
hcl SE ?JOHN ROBERTS, 102 John sc offers fef
sal*
ROM resins Csp snd Letter Pspers.
sVBM resms Ctown and Kollo R*/ Paper*.
3JJM reams Crown and Folio Straw Papers
.'."? o resms Tea. Shoe snd Sag Paper*
A.so Hardvvaie, Macilis, Pristine snd other Papers
;18 If
I AMP WICKS, cheap for cash, at tbs
B ?' ben Uisfsci rer. 33Cedar-M New-York (af
t'^ir*) [J20 3m I AARON BUTTON.
|^R A NK MILL ER S LE ATHEITj'RrV
-R SERVATI\ E AND WATER PROOF OIL BLACR
I N'G? The best ?r ;< ie in use, ai wavs on hand snd for sale
by GRANNII t. STEW ART, % Maid?n-Uns,
JlMmDA4tr?-_ ^_
GJLASS-WARE cheap for ca??h st tfc?
. Manufacturer** Depot SJ Cedar-tt up stairs. I *aBjS
I U.e p., a*ge only?put uo shave on sod tab*
I o discount* of AARON SUTTON.il Cedar St.
n.b ? G **s of ?11 kind* nude to order. Perfumer* vrfB
do well in call and *ee. jjf. 3m'
I
VJ MICHIGAN LANDOWNERS.?
WM. 8. DR1GG8. Detroit, Mich. Agent for th* t**r
se and sale of land, payment of taxes, Ac ?Th* trat at
MACY A DRIGtiShsvlrjj beendlMoived, and Mr Ms<f
having sold all hi* liierest In the estshhsluueet to me asm
retired, I shall continue the business and devote to It rar?
careful personal alteotlon. Any orders left with DKLOS
W BEADLE, R*q my authorised Agent, ai 74 SrosJway.

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