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REAL KSTATK
FOR SALE OR LEASE?The Sub
aratsbr* ofler tbelr L ?od tog Property at Ni?r Htre
burg, U. Co and at m*?i'?ocough. M M. Co f>r sale, being
the property orcuesrd ajj "? **? *? PS* IS re*rs. In tae
Free*bung He*it ?**, <*r would leaee the *a'ne. being amply
Cxmded with la** *fni*?*o, Sheds, fcc to parUee wlabing
engag* 1* ike freighting t> .t.ue**, an opportunity equal
to thi* r*r*<y o<. ra. _j28 lw*
FOR SALE, on extremely res* ?nable
terms. 1M acre* of Land, lying aboat three quarters ef
a Kile from the r'l.age of Mlngbain.ou. Bmoib? Co N?w
Yotk. Scan of anexrelien: oaalit. Fifty ac.e* on ler lav
provemerat, ?*itb a good Orchard, and mi covered with valu?
able timber. The remaining t? acre* contaia* an aJroiraNO
quarry of ttoae for nmcin? purposes and eeverai vaiuaoie
spring* of water The wb.ee ites not far fro*itoe laew.
York and Krle Railroad and tn pleasant view of ibe ?*m*.
The sfc-ore afford* a rare chance for pur'ha**r*. a* we.,
from the terms of aale a* rbe situation of the fJ2***Vm ...
Address, poetpaid, C HJ RO*M, ** 0ftc? 1* ??*
A FARM FOB SALE?U the town
2\of Eastcbeeter about l|ssileafront Bftaszetile DftpfX,
about 125 acre*, with GOOD BUILDINGS, aad Ina high
State of cultivation, with a choice *e ertnn of PRUI r.
fjeid farm adjoins the land of the late John Town?erid and
L. Andrew* on the west a_<3 aorih, ami the new village of
PeJJhaaavtUeoe the seuth. In view of and atrout 1 mile from
Iba New-Haven Railroad, and may he divided Into four
parts, wits good building sites, and will be sold lo parts or
together. One-hall the pice may remain on the farm. In*
quire of P. HALLEY, 1? Wall at. or oa the rare
jtl 2weod* CALEB MOROAN
F
AREGISTER OF WESTCHESTER
COL NT Y REAL ESTATE?At 0. M. COW?REYS
Office 13 Chssnberaat N-w-York-Consisung oi' Faraii,
Building Site*, Hudaon River View?, Water Power*, Mill*.
Houses, Village Lota. Ac now offered for sale, aad de?
scribed and ?keu-bed lo tin* Regis er | thu* affording facili?
ties for information to per??* wi*hlr g to pircbase or hire
Bummer Residences without ibe expense* ordinarily in?
curred. At. K. CO! ZENS, Agent. Dobh*' Perry.
j*7 2rn* Westchester Co. N V
AT PRIVATE SALE?A FARM pleas
aally situated lo Pleasant Valley, Dulcbies County,
?even mile* frosa Pougha*?ep*ie. aad one mile from the
?Tillage of Pleasant Valley, couuaing 122 acres of first quali?
ty land. For further par iculara, apply lo
J25 lw A. J. BLEECKER. Auctioneer, 7 Broad *t
AT PRIVATE SALE?The two story
sad attic brick House, known a* N > 105 Fourth-at.
near Charieast. contains 11 rooms, beside basement, with
pan trie* between parlor*. Lot 22 feet 6 inches hy 76 feet 7
inches. For further Information apply to COLE A CHIL
TON, Auctioneers, No. 9 Wall st._J27 lw
AT PRIVATE SALE?Three LOTS
of Ground on tae South side of Elghteenth-sL be?
tween Eighth and Ninth av? each lot 25 by 92ft deep Part
of the purchase money can remain v>n bomi and mortgage.
For terms, Ac. apply to ANTHONY J BLEECKER,
JSSIw Auctioneer, 7 Bro*d-*t.
COUNTRY PLACE FOR SALE.?A
good twostory HOUSE, convenient OUTBUILD?
INGS and fine GARDEN, with great variety of Fruit and
Shrubbery. The r>remi*e*. eompruing about two acres of
Land and situated in a thriving village within two hours'
ride of New-York, will he sold very low and po?*essUn
given on the l*t Apnl, on Issmsrtlsle application to
J1S 6teod* T. T. MERWIN. 18 Mnrchanu' Exchange.
COUNTRY SEAT ON THE HU?
SON FOR BALE.?A FARM of about 8" acres?about
90of woodland?in the viUtyeoi Hast ng?. 21 mile* ujrth
of the city; bou*e new, of atone; aulxtaniial, modern
Style, 13 rooms, with commanding river so*s*srvj unties
beauty and convenience In an unusual degree: ten minutes
Walk from the de-pot of the Hudaon River Railroad.
Grounds In the best order, auppliet with a earletf of fruit;
Stables and Ice house on ihe premise* The whole or a
part will be sold by application on the pre ?i.e. i , the pro?
prietor ALEXANDER HIRN1E.
Hastings Weau-riesler Co er to
HORACE HOLMEN, K*q.
121 3t*w 4w ? IS Beek-nan-at S. Y. Cltv.
COUNTRY SEATS FOR SALE?
The subscriber offer* for aale bla valuable Farm and
Country Beat altualed on Long l*land Sound. 2t mile* from
New-Yerk, In Rye, Weaicheater Co on the New-Haven
Railroad It will be sold In one parrel, or dirided Into
paru of from IS to Ml acre*?each having a apleadid build?
ing die. Ac. Or he will aell tn one parcel the Mamlon
Houae and out-building*. with from 30 to 75 acre*. The
land 1* of superior qualitv. well f-need. Ac For f?rther
perticulare Inqui-e of JAMES BARKER, Jr. 18 Seveotb
SL or the aubacriber on the premi*ea.
J16 3w* HgNRY M. BARKER.
~]ia7rMOUNT?A plot of GROUND
adjoining the village ofFairmoeul, Weatcheater Coun?
ty, Fo< Bale. The ground la dry and elevated, and is sur?
veyed In loU for building purpose*, a nu inner of which front
on the Boston Road. It will be *oid together, or In lou to
suit subscribers. A map of ibe premise* can be aeeu and
farther particular* given by inquiring of
J16 tw* E. DIESEN BERRY. 58 William *L
F~ ARM F? R~~ SALE, containing 7{
Acres, with a New Hou*e. Barn and Wagon-Houae,
In Plainfield, New.Jersey, 28 miles from New-York. Ap?
ply to A BHERMAN. M Nassau at NY J11 ImeodA
F~ARM FOR SALE IN THE TOWN
OF CHESHIRE, CONN of about 100 acres, fine
LAND, with a large new DWELLING HOUSE, suitable
for 1 or j families, 2 Bsrns, and other Buildings, Fruit, Ac
It la about one mile east A the Acelemy ami village. For
locality and pleasantness of situation It I* hardly t > be sur?
passed. Moat of the purch.ae BSSSSSf can remain on bond
and mortgage. If desired. It will be soid at a bargain if ap?
plied for soon. For further particulars inquire ai 29 Chureb?
el. New-Haveo, Conn, of ||23Mj IRA DI K KM AN
F~ ARM OF 130 A( K BS, FOR SALE
CHEAP.?Over one-half of it Timber land, situated
Bear Bpottawood.New Jersey. Apply to A. SHERMAN.
106 Naasau-st 111 Isssoiia
FORSALE?At New-Roohelle, ? nearly
new Stone Cottage and Grounds on the principal
Street leading from ihe village io the Steamboat
Landing Bise ef ground la 47 feel 6 by I3J, on the corner
of Bona and Elm ttieeia. Ami lot adjoining, 50 by 150
feel. The collage I* 18 by 20, one ttory and a half, beeide
baaetnenl, a good well of water ana a moat desirable
residence for a person who would have a genteel and
convenient cootry residence at aineil expense. For term*.
?Vc. apply from 1 lo 2 P.M. to
JT71W?_E. H BROWN. 71 Wall-n.
FOR SALE-Houses in Clinton Place,
No* 53 and hl, I etwees University-place and tifih
av. Are elegantly fimahed and lu perfect order. Will be
?old on sccummodallng term* Can be aeen and terrae
known, by applying lo
GORDON BURNHAM. 41 Llberty al. or
J271W- HOMER MOROAN. I Pine ?t._
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR
CITY PROPERTY.?The Kann, known a* Howard.,
place, containing aboat 2"?' acre*, ?Hualn on the South Bay,
near the village of Bay vill?. Long Island, farsaerly the resi?
dence of Capt Marceua Munson About half ibe land is
ander a high state of cultivation, and the whole lie* sloping
beautifully toward the beach, and la capable of great pro
tsjjSJsjB.
The mansion Is surrounded by an extensive and beautiful
lawn, well (haded with tree* and shrubtsMy?eoatatns
about 20 room*, la In gtsod r sssMsst, and haa t>eV<u recently
painted; coach house*, alahltng for 12 horse*, one of the
largest barns on the laiemi; Fiou*e* for ire, mi;*, coal.
Snioklng, tools, Ac , catile abeda, pig peaa. coro house, fcc.
?Ill on tae main traveled road, ah >u: a quartc of a tin e
from the water, with a handsome avenue leading to the
beach. This Is undeniably a very desirable re*i.ience*
from tu peculiarity of *oil. the purity and abundance of wi?
le, (there are three well* of soft water, beside (everal
?p ring a on the premises.) miKlirn-d aea air?the balmy
breerce from the beaullOil Lay rendering ll BsMsatasbj SStol
In Summer, and quite temperate In winter. These ad van
lajje* render It one of itiemoal heailbv ISajSatSSsS lo netou.id.
There I* on Ibe place a young orchard ef SSSBai I5n trees
Of ewecled grafted fruit, aad an exten.ive ganlea tilled
With a great variety of sjaSal frtnta. piatna. grape*. AC-?
Game aUainds In the vicinity, and the most enihuuaaue
disciple of Isaac Walton can be gralilied io bl* heart'* de?
sire with the hah and oysters from the Bay, aad trout In
Shoal* on his own and the neighboring dreams. Manure
of Ihe beet quality i* constantly depositing on the beach in
large quantities, and thereforecoeu only the labor of carting.
?rata every part of the place it an extensive view of the
Bay and Ocean bev.
The dtataace from New-York i* about 5n mile*. Ttme 3
hour* bv Railroad.
If not sold entire hy the l*t of February It will be divided
and sold In collage lot* Term* moderate, and most of the
purchase monev can remain on bond and mortgage if de?
sired Inquire of D D. HOWARD Inrinr-House,
M If New-York.
F
pOR SALE OR EXCHA N GE? Eleven
acre* of excellent LAND to the pleasant village of
Durham. Conn between New Ilaveu and Mtd iiel >wn. 17
lull? s Irom the former and 5 mile* from the latter city. Go
It are a large two story bouse, barn. Ac , but a lew rod* from
Church. Academy and Poet OrrVe, at ? U ch are -e*eived
two daily u.aiia. Price ft.ion Al*ot>U rods ft.>:n sesbOTS
80 acre* of good lar i--dive-siced *urftce?two tine ?ireama
?aaiivconvened into Lake*.and waterfall* passing through
It; abundance of woi>d a-rangeJ. In the ui.wt ptctureeque
manner, on an eminence in the center a beautiful building
alte, to H ? ton of which pure spring water m?v h- hrojgll.
The whole calculated for a retired and keatniful laadacape
farm. Price fl. tO. From |3."i<0 to f?.noo cash wulhe
addel to tae above for a g,?<d soaes in this sire. Address
a note or call between ?j aud 4l F M. on B^NJ. H. COE,
aVrtlst, 1 (firat floor) New York l'utver?tty. 124 tieod
OR SALE.? ThsnitHlern bunt, three
atory brick hou*e. No tt Stxeh at with folding doors.
Barbie maciel*. l>a*eaeoi aad under cel.*-, Crolen water,
feati) room, ax. la brat-rate order. Inquire at 279 Greco
Wttsvstof_|JU Ins?)_A A WILDEY
FOR SALE?The new brown stone
Hoeee. 180 Seewnd-a*. between Eleventh and TwelfDi
SU, 1? perfect la every part, and ready lo be t nntedi*:? y
occaplvd. P,rmi wanUn?; ? a.?i claw H-kim esotaot find
SASSxap or more convealent one to ibis City; It w t.i t-aud
SaoesBsspecUon Term* ?a*v Appirto
-a,-,, JAMES SALMON 1.. Kaat Suteenuk-st. or
IW^w* Hum ER MORGAN. I Finest
F
POR SALE.?The Premies kn-?wn as
i^?..e w?h .0?^t^,UJnf ?r ? Tares Story Brick
??2?H3SrY *?4 *a* asout 17 vear. to run, ai
UaSsam Isf^art: The premlee* arlfl rial
l^t7?V^SI^ * - mjgmu -
FOR SALE-rT*'? ?2 Uir^Btory
brown Stone front House*, now flrd*t**e !
Bl mated on the northerly tile of Firai-paee. aS?L '
loa and Court sto. South Bnwklyn. They ar* hata?t,,s ,1
the modem lmrrovementa having water Oir-Higeo,,. b*ats)M
appa/a'ua. ga* pipe*, fume**, Ac All the h.anea^^T.*
place have l>rown-*ioee front* aud court-yard* In frx*atts
feetSlEche* deep, in sstBsAssj io the ssxaaj lot of n? Sast.
Apply to EDWARD KELLOGG |7 Su.ne-et (up*u.ra?
fsew York, or Cttntoc-st cor. President, Brooklyn.
JS lw*
MONTICELLO.?For SALE. a Hoo.se
and Lot *u'table for boarder., .,pu?*'m ihe a So re
eonurn^'au?o village Apply to P BERTI MB. It] Third
av or WM BERTINE. aeer Ihe preroow*. Eeatcneeuar
J14 Hn*_
PRIVATE SALE?BROOKLYN-?
OneS-eiory brick HOL'aE ud LOT on corner Court
?t bMwrrn H tat-ami Schermerborn ?u. * mih.ide. tie ef
bouse 2S*4?tmt deep ; ?Ire of lot 25x1?' feet, finished tn
modern si; ie. ttt sliding door?, marble makdea feg V".
Ooe house edjotntrg.eame dimension. ?nd qial'ty ol 11 tit
For pert: ml art apply to A. J. BLEECKER Auctioneer,7
Broen-eL UN I?
Ij>R I V A T E SALE ?>T AM FORD.
CONN.-A hne HOUSE and about } of an acre of
GROUND, barxi.jmely laid out, ei; ie:ed on Long la.and
Bound, at the \ suege or Stamford Trie House i. two .tory
and very handsomely Cal.hed, with white carved atareM
mar.telt and every comfort and convenience F.?r price
and full particulars Inquire of A- J. BLEECK. En. Auc?
tioneer.' Brtrad ti._i-4
REAL ESTATE AGENCY.?N. \1IL
LER A CO Agent for letting Store?, H and
Lota, collecting Ree it and oihir debts ,? buying ant telltag
Property on Commission ; Houses and Lots taten on Lease
for a term of y?*exs: Taxes. Waier.re?is ?? d As->easrn-"its
attended to if deeired : Deeds Bono.sod Moi-tg;a?e?, Lease*,
Ac carefully drawn: Life and rire Inairanee effected;
Money procured and ioaned on Bond and Mortgage. Com
misnon* modeiaie. Office 23 Well-st
a K* r.ar Nt as
Messrs. Harper V Brothers. ?2 Clif-.t
A. Van Saritvoord k Co. 16 Souih-sL
B Loder, Esq 45 Wall-*t
J. YV. Mitcbed, Esq. 5 Will*.
R. B Mintnrn. E?q 78 SouuVst.
Isaac Newton. E?q 144 Greenwich-st.
D. t. Manire. E.q <- Fine-si.
T. B Stillman, Eeq Nove.ty Works. J23'm*
VALUABLE PROPERTY for SALE
Bt the town of EAST CHESTER. Wes'chester Co.
N Y.?The Parm late of Moses Clark, deceased. ?luiate j in
the town of East Chester, Wesichester Co. U offered for
sale It Is situated about 11 miles from tbe Tu-kanoe De?
pot of tbe Harlem Railroad, containing 101 ac -e*. b lunJed
northerly by a highway leading from East Cbr-*-.er to Near
Rocbelle, easier, y by tbe easterly highway of East Chester,
northerly bv land late of Judge SomervlJle, westerly by
lands late of Rain k Morgan, and lands of Jsmes Morgan.
Esq. On the Parm is a substantial mansion-house, a large
barn, and extensive sbeds. mill-house, earnage-aou.e, and
other necessary out-buiidiags, a.1 in gooj condition; also,
a good tenant-bouse. Tbe Karra is in a high state of im?
provement, and is well calculated for farming, or to be di?
vided In lots, as it is bounded by highways about 250 rods.
From this place there It a very extensive view of Long
Islaad Sound. Bi.n'-i of the purchase m ney may remain
on mortgage on Use Parm. For further particulars Inquire
of SAMUEL CLARK, 14C Elizabeth at. New York. AL
PHEUS CLARK, on the premises, or of tbe undersigned
at New-RocheUo. JOHN SOCLiCE.
J17 3w" Executor of Motes Clark, dee'd.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE FOR
SALE?Tbat noted Public House aad Bonrding Es?
tablishment known as the ' STAR INN " It ia aituate at
Flabkiii Landing, within a few nxl* of USS Hattos?) River
Railroad DSiV'i ll has recently undergone i>>on>ugh re
pairs, and substantial enlargei?ent* and sddftkma raodt
thereto. To ll are ?lts.'h~l extensive Stahles and OtJTI ? S
Houses. Ills adesirabe property, and one on whi-h a
large and profitable husoes* can hsj lranaac|e<l.
Also, a FARM OF SIXTY ONE ACRF-* OF CHOICE
LAND, In a high slsto of t'Ohloalhwi situate ak-O0Jtone
mile from the '? Star Inn " ll will be sjsoM in esjaasM ion. or
sepamteiy, aa may be de?'red. ll could be coriveineni y di?
vided Into two small farms.
For furdier particular*, apply to B. H M ACE, E?q at hi*
office. In the village of Newburgh, or of the undersigned, al
the'Star ion.M AMANDA VAN VOORHIS.
Fiabaill Landing, Jan. 2.1851. jl5 zaw.iw
WATER POWER FOR SALE OR
LEASE? ThedeslraMe and extensive Water Po ver
at Depot of Harlem Railroad, twenty two miles from City
Hall, will be aold or leased on favorable terms. For fur?
ther particulars, address Box b'H8 Post-Office. |162w*
w
ESTERN LANDS WANTED.
Those disposed to sell Western Lands very low,
for all cash down, may find a purchaser fa* one so seven
thousand acres, by addressing, po?i-pa d, Post Office box
157, Cleveland, Ohio, giving description and prices.
Jzl 2aw 3m* _
?J ru UI ACRE? ok weavv TIMBER
? F.? F\r\FjLAND FOR SALE, at a bargain, wiih n.-v.?.
falling water-power, a aaw-miil in operation i situated on a
plank road, six milea from Canhage. die terminus of the
Black River Canal. Also smaller lot. of excellent Land
for farming purposes. Apply to A. SHERMAN, luG Nas?
sau si orJ S EDWARDS, Carthage. |',1 lmeodA
P
I
FOR SALE._
O tt 8AIX?Tka Steam boat 8PLEN
- DID is offered for sale, now undergoing extemtve re?
pairs. Can be examlneed at the foot of Murray -si. For fur?
ther Information, apply to HAWKINS STE^VARr, lu*
Murray-st or to WI LL ARD i. MILLS,
j28 lw" New-Hamburg, Dutcheee 00.
^HE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF
BEDSTEADS, BEDS, MATTR ASSE-l and FE ATI!
ERS ever offered for sale, al M. Wl LLARD'S aVareasotMeV
150 Chatham ?I. corner of Mulberry-sl. The atlmiion of
housekeepers and others is particularly called lo Wili'e
pateut right and left screw bedsleal. Old beds renovated;
ecu wholesale and retail. J28 Im"
FOR SALE?A Good LIQUOR ami
CIGAR STORE, with two Rooms atlacbeJ. Rent
very low Croton We.er, Gass. Beer Pumps, and stand?
ing bxtures complete. To a respon.ible man a crodi. will
be given for a part. Applv on the premises. i65 Houttoo
st. before 12 M. or after I P.M. J28 St*
I^ASHION,ABLE HATS. ? Just Hn
st. leht d, tbe most splendid article ever offered E egant
FRENCH BILK HATS at tbe low price of |1, usually sold
at $4 AlkO, an ailicie al #2 50. Neat Hai? at #J
HtOtVN,
J28 Im* IV) Canal -l one door from Sullivan.
We? HARRISON'S portable, e^f-coolin*t
SL MIl.'.S. Burr ?tone Ort a ler*. patented N >vemtier,
11*47.?These Mills are warranted u> do more work ibaa any
otter Mill, now In use, and do not require one-baif as much
power
Tbe tirsl premium was a war led to tbe patentee of these
Mill, at the Fairs of the American Imuituielu IS4K and IH5<>,
also, at the Fair of the Massschuseu. CUarluhie Mechan?
ical Association In 1K5U.
These Mills are very convenient for transportation, their
whole weight being much leas than the atones alone of com?
mon Mills
They are admirably adapted for grinding grain of all
kinds, cofiee, spices, mustard,starch, salt, palnu, plumbago,
manganese, bones, flirt, quarlx. plaster,charcoal, dye-stuffs,
drugs, snuff, llaxseed, oilcake. Ac. Ac. F'or sale by
H E. WARREN A CO.
J22 2w* 44 Contend ?t up .lairs.
l^RANK MILLER'S LEATHER PRE
M BERYATIYE AND WATER PROOF OIL BLACK*
ING?Tbe best article In use. alwavs on hand and for saie
by ORANNI8 k STEW ART. % Maldeo-laue.
J15 lmDAttrr*
I^OR SALE?A Callender ami two
Starching Machines, all In good order, and will be
sold cheap It applied for eoon. Inquire of P. REN NIE,
comer of Thlrty-ihird-aL and Eighth av. iw
jL^OR SALE?The Slock and Fixtures of
1 a well established WHOLESALE GROCERY AND
PROVISION business The above is a go<>d oppor'.imiy
lor any person wUhlug to emosik hi the aheve busitiwea.?
The stock will he Msa on liberal lerme, and the butmeee
ran be msde prohut>le from the coiuiiieucemeni, the atore
having a good run of cualotuer*. Ac. Appiv at 24?* Waah
t ig ion eL J25 St*
sf GENUINE TEAS.?The Canton Tea
VJS Company hereby apprue the public that ibev are now
prepared lo retail every variety of TEA at lower priese
than any oilier establishment can uniformly do. Their ex?
tensive who'esalo trade always requiring ihem to keep oo
hand a very large assortment, the purebaaer at retail neces?
sarily ferivee many advantages by trading with ibem.
which he will tall to obtain elsewhere. City and country
faunilee wotild greatly contult ihelr intereeu by duly ro
gardiug this advertisement. This Is the oldest Tea Com?
pel y In ihe city. Their only es tab! ahmest is at 125 Chat?
ham sL between. Pearl and Roosevelt, and they have now
no brarrb eioree.
Grocers supplied hi small quantities as ow as by tbe
chest. ^ jis smD* aj2SaWoow*
GLA^S^WXR~E~7h7ap for caTh at tha
MacufacUirer's Depot <r> Cedar-si up ? tat re 1 sell at
net price:, by the package only?put no shave on and take
no diacouuts of. AARON BUTTON, 23 Cedar St.
N.B?G,sss of all kinds ma to order. Perfumers win
do well local! and see. J.V tu'
LAMP WICKS, cheap for ca**h, at the
SsTstJS of the manufacturer. 23 Cedar-at New-York iup*i
stairs > (ja) 3m | AARON SL'TTON. )
kiTTl?M ENGINE FOR SALE-10
S
horse power, anew and superior machioe.
.'- .v.* P A LEONARD. 110 Pearl-st.
I
Hi CARPENTERS. ? TENONING
and MORTICING MACHINES. WOOD PLANING
MAC H iNES, on band and for sale *>y
gl hi ?_P A LEONARD. 116 Pearl at,
*TK> DRUGGISTS.?Fot saie, the stock
? ard fixture* of one o* the h*?l cooc'uc'.e.i Dr'ig E>ta*?
i'shmei.u io the Cny of Providence. Tne stock * fresh
and well se.ecv-d . the Sx'urrs are of ihe rtret class, and
ihe ailuaUwn Is the nest prssssjsSS for domr a la'ge tei?inest
?ceioiaJ.atd within stonothrow of die de,?> ? of the sev?
ere! Rai roa;s leading to sVifjlo?, Worcster and New.
York To a man with a capital of Sv-mi or |7tnit af
foid. *n opportuttliv rarely offered lo do a taTSJtJ aid profits
t.'e i.iiMr ?-ae F<>r furuW pert co^ara'->q<iire *t ism ? are
s> Wesssssjtaset or as? W. \v [TPDlSLE IVssTtaVassna,
SL 1_jiv j*
TO PRINTERS.?For Sale cheap, a
I>. u> e Me.ii.im T'.'t ? P.iwer Pr-j, > ? - / ; aj-j.
2ti kyoNincbea Also, a Medium and a Half Tuf 's Power
Pres? S'/e ol pladn. ^4 r-v tncl ^s.
!srs. Inquire at the MeUv.aluK Book C
?arucu
St- _111* Iaw3w*| LANE k SCOTT.
^O PRINTERS.?For sale the follow
lowmg lots o| second-hand TYPE In fonts to suit
'I
purchaser*, either wldi or witaoui cases vis
Kaaall Pica.12? loa I Lor.( Prloasr.mibe.
RourgeaiU. 308 ?? | Brevier.47^ ..
TbO above TYPE Is lo good condition and will be sold at
laow raten. lo? tf | JOHN F TROW. 4? Ann-st
DOZEN TOWNSLEY SCh-LEl
BRATED WATER-PROOF BLACKING -Thu
' rely Waiev-Preof Biackieg mat will k~ep
now and give a good po'uh, and U war
rese? vsjive of lea'her For sale by
H E WARREN A CO ?(Cortlandst
instruction.
B
ALADY eiving Lej-MiriHin Vocal and In?
strumental Muaic. la deeirou* of forming a few more
MMenieou. Be?t refereree* offered and term* m jd-'rate.
Apply at 141 MacDougal-et. cor of Amity, liter H o'clock.
AM._JJ* 3-eod'
1T S. SCHOOL AGENCY, ?93 Bn*d
J e way. established 1947 ? The Teacher* Department
C I ri*ee Encn-i.. French, (ierman, Bpaniah, Italian,
Greek. Latin. Het.rew, Mathematics. Oymna?uea. Survey?
ing Engineering, E oeutton, Compo*'lion, Penuatahl?.
Drawing, Palming, Sinking. Piano Eorte, Harp. Otmar,
f?'tr?n, Melodeon, Ac 2? vacanclea to be ridel aooe.?
MIS* 8. I. WILCOX reapecifulir lender* her eervice* to
UM I 111 I ee a of New-York and viciniiv aa a private tutor In
fecal ai d Inttrumental Muaie Aopiy early, foil and poet
paid. Reference* exchanged. WANTED, a good P.ano
Eorte. U&to'l E. H. WILCOX, Proprietor.
BOOKKEEPING, ARITHMETIC. Ace.
thorouhly taught by W J RENVILLE. S > Broad?
way. Each atudent la teparately and carefully tnitroeted,
and t* enabled readily to apply in practice the knowledge
Imparted to him. Open day and evening. Term* mod?
erate^_J-1 It"*
OOK-KEEPING TAUGHT by ST??
TFVANT. 13? Waverly-place. near Smu-av. B<>oka
posted up and balanced, or regularly kept by agreement.
j2l lm*_
F1RENCH TAU(iHT.?Mr. HANSEN,
late atudent wiiii Prof Ampere, In Pari?, conunuea oil
PRIVATE INSTRUCTION in the rrench Language and
Literature Can be aeen at Ml) Broadway, between toe
houraof 4 and 6 P. M._'J lm*
MUSICAL INSTRUCTION. ? MR.
CHARLES KLAU8ER will give LESSONSon the
PIANO, it, BINGINO, and in the element* of MUSICAL
THEORY. THOROUGH BASE, fcc The intirucuon
will he given In Engliah, French or German. Terms mod?
erate.
Reference?Dr Welaae. 8 St, George'a-place. East Thir
te*nih-*i; Emn.ericb A Vila, 65 Jolin-st; Einbree, \U
Bowerv, Mr Wm. Brunner. 37 Beaver-aU. Messrs. Scher
ret,i?-rg" A Luis. 4i3 Broadway. _j2o *W
HI US1CAL INSTRUCTION.?WIL
1*1 L1AM MAYERHOPER. late from B-rtin. member of
the New-York German Teachera' Associatton, la desirous
of giving lessons to a few ladies or gentlemen in staging,
on the piano forte, or the organ, as well as In thorough
bass and musical composition Best references given.?
Apply at WESTERMAN BROS Bookstore. 29" Broad?
way/_ jn "a
MUSIC TEACHERS of the hiuhest or?
der, may he obtained t>y applying to the U 8. School
Agency, 2Hi Broadway, established in 1847. and patronized
hy niany of the )>esl institutions, families and teachers
throughout the Union Apply earlv. full and post paid.
j,7 3i" E H. WILCOX. Proprietor.
P
PlAflUS.
UNO-FORTES FOB SALE?Per
about pun-basin* Piano? xsJU Bod It tt> .heir ad
isslsssjto tsll si ItflniTI I COMPsaPl B Ms?factory,
1 Fu ton-al (east side of Broail way ) They have a large
SSSSS ii em of Ro-ew(H?l Pianos ronatanliV ?S liand. Every
Ins ruinetit warranted for Iwo years B At. Co have the
SataaeS of more than MM I persons Ibey wi.l ref-r to, who
have purchased Pianos of them, all of which hav* given
nniveisel satisfaction, hut when any douhti are expressed
Ma to their etiaiity. the payment may he withheii until such
doubts are removed fid Piano? exchange.!. New and
secoiid-hano Pianos to let. n27 if
AN< > FORTES?Persons about pur
chasing Pianoa. will find it to thetr advantage to call at
H. GiennAco's Manufactory, 194 Fuluiu-at. I west of Broad?
way.) A general assortment of mahogany and rosa wood
Pianos constantly oa hand, which will be sold low for caah
or approved paper. Dealers suppled on liberal terma.
?M If R- glenn A CO. 191 Pulton-aL
J& C. FISCHER, (late Nonns & Fis
* CHRS.) Manufactory and Wareroom, I7n Oreenwlch
at corner of Dev. PIANO-FORTES warranted, with re?
verse bridge ann patent tube, well calculated for keeping
In tune Pianoforte* tuned, repaired and exchanged.
j28 3m
??0LIAN PIANOFORTES.?We
?* ** "ssw eall the attenti in of Iho public to the fine as?
sortment of Piano-Fortes, w.o. ?,m without the much ad?
mired i"'.o;ian Accompaniment, made by um aaunrated
house of T. Gilbert A Co. of Botion, recently ep'nnd at
447 Broadway by WATERS A BERRY. The Pianoa of
T. G. A Co. have been too long and too favorably known
to need anv commendations. Hundreds in thiacily can
testify to their superior excellence
N. B ? Second-hand Pianos taken in exchange.
Pianos to let 123 1m*
UBOIS& WARRINER, Piano-Fort?
Mskers.SIS BROADWAY N. Y. JK> Im?
D
6c H. BA RMORE offer at their Man
Be ufactory and Ware-rooTn. 34S BLEECKER-Bl cor.
aar of Chariea-at an aasortmenl of elegant PIANO
FORTKS. with the. metallic frame and rev -rse bridge, and
all other modern Improvements. .1' .?in ?
I^lANO FOR SALE?A Good Second
bsnd Ptano, with mahogany case, French podsh.
Price MS) dollars Inquire ai 4I7 W ashlngton-at. fkSkt*
P"liUaO-TWTES FOR SALE?VeT
?on* about purchasing Pianoa win find t. to their advaa*
tage to call at BENNET i COMPANY'S Maaufactery, 151
fu.t. n .t .east aide of Broadway.) They Safe a large as?
sortment of R.*ewood P'ano* ..nstantly on hand Every la
struiienl warranted for two years B A Co have the names
efniore -ban l,non persons they will refer to. who ba*a pur*
Shaited pianoa of them, all of which have given universal **X>
Ufactea, but when any doubts are expreaswd aa to then qual?
ity the payment may he witliheld until such doubt, art re.
aioved. Old Planne ax change' Hew and second Astafl
alasos to let nil a
PiXnITF(mTES? Persons aboct tHir
chasing Piano* wil> fttxi It to their advantage tooalI at R.
?4 enn A ? o'? Manunvtery 1>H Paltoc-at |ws*to' 8p *d.
way ) A gererat tnnrarsoi .-r rnabogany and ro*ewo*<|
Piano* etmatantly on hand, which will he *old low for cast or
appro?M pe.p*. r?eajer? ?applied on lite-rai term*
?je tf_R GLENN A i.O >?>* gairoo-ss
P"' T?NO-FORTES?V.~F. H ARRI
SON, .3 Cai.al ?I | wareroom 2J *U)i v.] ofTer* for sale
a spiei did sssuitiasi i of Rueewooa' PI ANOS of ? 1 ?..i 7
octaves, with llie Is eal liiipri.vrmei.l*. J;B I hi
PIANOS FOR SALE and to hire. ?t 7
Barriay-tt opnodte tne A*tor Hou*?. Torn t4 to I oe
lave*, in rosewood and mahogany case*.
Ol" lm- JAMES THOMPSON, late Tal.man k Randall.
SERAPHINE, vEOLIAN and MELO
DEON WAREROOM8, M Bnatdwav. N Y
dSnltu* / S CLARK
si;\vi\(. ma( iiim:s.
Im. singer vV do's. sewing MA
?CHINES mav be aeen in practical operation ai the
Clothing Establishment of Smith A Conan:. 12 Bowery,
~?ho a-e *ole Agent* for New York.
M B ? We juaraotee ih<- right to use my Machiae to all
parties puicl.aalijg them
.1272w_18AAC M. SINGER a CO.
cew1ng machine.?l m.sinoer
e^A Cl)'S. Beia> SJtch Sewing Macliine. pronounced by
competent judge, to be, lor real utility, far ?uperior to any
invention SS the k Ld known, which doe* not interfere win
any hudy'a right, >* not liable to get otu of repair, and in
which every Dtljoctkas, tmi>eriertion and faun 1* SatMSSsN*
overcome, in?y BS) *een in practical operations No 198
Wa*l.ingion-*t over the riiina Tea S'ore, BsSMI, Mass.
wht-re the machine it for sa'e, and nracuce upi>n it sBowssJ
gratultaxSaly Our mai hitie may also he *een in oSBBMlssj
at No II Bowery, New N ork, a' ihe clothing waremaise of
Sniih A Con ant." who are authorized torece.or <er? for
BaaOBSj e*. Ail person* lnlereeied, are invited to call aid
judge for themaeivee. Thoae who cannot call, can hive a
rail d. scrtpnon forwarded IS them by addressing the sub
? ? BTS, [?jslagejald
I M BINGER A CO Boston, Mats.
N. B ?An Acent 1? warte-i in every town In lh" Ua ted
Biatee Ail applicationa muat SS po*t paid. jPtw"
BUSINESS CARDS.
ADVERTISEMENTS are inserted in
ihe treat Paper* of other Cille* and Towns ai V. B.
PALMER S Adver*.l?ing Agency. Trtlrune Building. d24 if
CLAIMS FOR BOUNTY LAND,
PENSIONS. PAY, Ac. promptly attended to, throagk
an ageney at Washington, and Land Warrants and Land
Patents, purchased bv GEORGE WOODMAN. 49 Wu.
Ilam-*i near Wali-ai. Cixinselor ai Law and Commi.aiooer
fbr Wisconsin ll?nois. Indiana and Kentucky. d9 2m*
CHA150D WASHBURN ft CO?
I
Manafacturers of a'l kind* uf Foreign Refined Iron Wire,
Teegrarh Wire. Card. R^ed. Couon Fiver. Anneaiod,
Broom. Buckels and Spring Wire. Al*o.ai; kini* of round,
flat or oval V* ire, beat adapted to varioua Machiae Pur
p?<*e?. annealed and tempered, straightened sod cut any
length. Worcester. Mas*. iil if
KELLY'S HALF PRICE ENG RA V
INO AND PLATE PRINTINtl. Office 141 Fultoo-et
N Y?Book and Magazine work. Portrait?. Map*. BUI.
Head*. Circular*. Diplomas. Cards, Pauwit Medicine La?
bels. Also, 1 ankee Card Press. Ac ji0 lm*
MICHIGAN LANDOWNERS?
WM B DRIGG8. Detroit. Mich Agert for the pur
??**?'?n't' P*yweot of taxes, ae -Thehrm ol
? ACY a UKiOOS havtaf ;i??otved, and Mr Macy
SSSjaai SSM SSlj his i?terr*i in the eatabiUhment 10 me and
1 *^lf>,nt,na* th" hustnawa and de-rota to H BS9
^^I ?rT?*io,t,eonwn ,AbT ^rs left with DE LOB
VV BEADLE. Rsq my authorised Agent, at 74 Broad way.
New-York, will be promptly attended to. a?3m*
Tw
patents.
$'H\i) 11 F w A R D!-WILDER'S
m -1 "PATEWT ESTABLISHED'-IwiU piy ifca
above reward to any perM,n who aba!! detect to as to coo
vlci anj^^ma.ufacturer berrsPer infnnging my Patent
for the Balamander Safe, by the a.icg Piaster of Part, or
o?ssrw i*e Infnnging SSM Pa'ent.-Bcarkitn. Jan, 17 1851
B G. WILDER, Paiec'tee. '
HOUSES, &C. TO LET.
%X) LKT AT HOBOKEN?A ran -r
Jt 01 tew three storv and basement BRICK HOUSES,
on W aahmgton and ll id?on Terrace*. The? bare been
buiii to the muii perfect and ?ah.ianual manne , und?/ the
?upertateLdeoceof Mr K Henrv. and the constant sup?r
v;.too of t!i?r owner. Mr J. C Stevens They ar- rotneta
with all the modern convenience*? Hoi and Coid Water for
Bathing and Washing; Weier-CIoset . I aulu. Wool
Houses, Sewer.. Ac Ac Oa* Pipe* are laid through the
rouses and the .treet leading to ihora. and (ia? will t>e fir
r.'.i.ed a* toon a* the Work* are completed. A Boat will
leave for Barciav. Canal or Ch istopUer sts. every 7J min?
ute* during ibe d'a> , and families are commuted with at a
very low rale.
N. B ?These Hou.e* were rorr.nience.t in the Spnag of
I SSO, atd are drv and ready for liumed.ate occuoetiu.
Kor term*, Ac inquire at the Hoboken Land Office, ot
jm tm* W. W. SHIPPEN. AgenL
TO LET or LEASE, the first class
three-?iorv HOUSE. 121 Mercer-st second dooraaove
P u.ce-n fi'f aafjeta, if desired, on the fir.t of Feoniary
Inquire al Reede-st J28 3f
?ACTOKIES with WATER POWER
? TU LET-In the town of Haveretraw. Rockland
County, about half a mile from the North Rirer. and only
o* mile* from New-York, large enough to employ 3no men.
wr.n two overshot water wheel* 22 feet In diameter by 1)
leet breaat. In teperaie buildings. The water-power I*
wonhy the atteLtlon of any poroon wishing to engage In
manufacturing from tta healthy location and close proxlm ?
ty to the citv. It has been occupied the past five years by
Messrs. L. '. A i. Higgins a.- a carpet factorv. and Is well
cs.'culated Ibrcottoa or woolen mac-tnery. Toe bulldlnga
will lo .et seWtVBS* In .uire of E. PECK i. SON. 27
Ot sl before ii o'clock A.M._!?? 1m
TO LET. furnished, by a ?-mall private
Ja ha \ ?* -.-c, r ii '.ior and basement lo two or three
persons, vi,thoui chlidren. Address ? Thomas,'' el tb s
Office._gj if
BUSINESS STAND TO LET.?A
splecd:! Store to Rent and Stock of 0ood$ for Sale.?
An old tstat>!:*hed business, locstod In a nourishing village
, upon the Hudson-the business uow in the most success
! fui operation- but the owner relinquishes it on account of
poor health The good will of the concern a great bargain
to any business man. Apply to
jlfl lmeod*_F J. STRYKER. PJ5 Broadway.
F~ URN1TURE TO LET.?Any family
or individual wishing to hire furniture, "to furnish a
Boarding or Private House the ensuing year, can be accom?
modated with all the necessary articles to furnish the same
complete, si moderate charges.at 47 Beekman si. near Wll
ham. Address D 8 H. 47 Beek man.t. NY. or what Is
morej relera' ie. rail in person.
ft. B. None need apply, except such as can give good
recommendations as lo moral character._|27 l'v*
IX) LEASE FOR TEN YEARS, 7
full LOTS, lying together on Fifty-second and Fifty
third sts. 3n0 feel .easterly from Fifth-avenoe?Pifty-iblrd
street It being graded. For .ale. with a Builder. Loan, two
full Lois or. the southerly side of Twenty third-street, 275
feet w estrrly from the Second avenue. Also, on Twenty
second-street near the Sixth-avenue, two new 3 atorv
Houaee with lea rooms, handsomely finished, have gas and
all modern CroU.n fixtures, Ac. Price iti.i"". Also, afuw
Housesin the new block of Stone front Houses onTweuty
thlrd-st. between the Fourth and Lexington avenues. Ap?
ply to 8 RICHARDSON. MM) (East Twenty-third-street,
fourth house from Fourth avenue, of said block, do tfeod
TO LET.?ABBEY HOTEL AND
-I COTTAGE, on the Bloorningdele Road Apply to
JM i w- C C WEBER. *>d East Broadway.
fWK) LKT?From the first of February
JA next. APARTMENTS In the two new Brk-k Houses
Noa. 3 and 5 Second-av., censisting of a parlor, kitchen
wilb Croton water, two bed-room., large coal bin in Ilia
cellar, and separate yard accommodations. The stairs and
balls will he ,'atd with oil cloth.
ALSO. THE TWO STORES In said buildings, with
the two be 'rooms, parlor, kitchen, Ac. attached to each.
These premise, are replete with every convenience lor
small respectable families : none other need apply.
W HAYWARD.
.125 lw* G3 Delancey arid 23 Chanibers-sL
TO LET?R<Hims and Bed-Rooms in
M. new loick houses In South Brooklyn, near the Ferry;
rent from $4 to I* per month ; also new brick Oothlc cot?
tage In this city | very nice and genteel,?a rooms and cellar
?rent, |2ini per annum. Iittniire of
jllm* T-TOWNSEND.H2 Nassau-at
TO LET?The large OFFICE on the
M. second fi\>or of the building corner of Broadway and
John-et. fronting on Broadway, now occupied by The
I niti d Slate. Life Insurance, Annuity and Tru.l Co. Rent
moderate, und poaeeseion given jabeut the 1st Feb. Aoply
on the premises. J27 3l'
TO LET?The lot and building 141
-1 East Broadway, for a workshop or atore ; or it will
be sold Apply about J o clock at Mi E Broadway J22 lw'
XMTANTED ? TO HIRE with privilege
v v io purchase, a small but neat and comfortably ar
rapged HOl'SE, pleasantly s.lua'ed in some retired and
quiet villase. frein 3 to 5 miles Off from any Railroad or
?sSsMtjOM Hinte leading lo this city Ad I ress. /> >t /> i i.f.
(u I, descrii lion and terms, and if possible, reference to
parlies In Ibu c ty acquainted with the property.) Box 273,
lower Po.t Office, New York. J23 rUeod*
INSUKAftCK.
THE .MERCHANTS' INSURANCE
J COMPANl OPTIIE CITY OF NEW-YORK, office
('r-Hn Bar * Building, corner of Greenwich and Fulton sts.
t AMI CAPITAL - 200,000. Insurance against loss
crdamsge Pv fire CROVVELl. ADAMS, Pre.tdent,
GeoRi.r W. Bavsck. Secretary. JsjSJ) tf
BROOKLYN FIREINSURaNCECO.
-Office No 6 Merchants' Exchange. Wall-sl N T.
aid ?3 PuIum-sc Biooklyn WW FLLRWORTH, Pro*"*,
A. 0 Sravgns.Secretary. auSSea'
CITIZ EN'S FIRE INSURA N(V < % fjf
PA NY-Offices ?7 WALL-ST. and 1?7 SOWrgT
Tb!s Compaay, with a cash capital of
HI 30,000,
and a large aurprua, securely tnvetted, contteaotto trsurs
,?.'e.ii loss or damage by FIRE, on dwelling bouses, mor
tfiar.dlse. hoi.sehold furniture, and all descriptions of Per
soeal Property, on the most favorable terms
DtaSCTOSS
Jeremiah Johnson, Wlliian J. Valeuuae
Alonio A Alvord, James C. Baldwin,
Daniel Burtnett, Jay Jarvls.
V* Ul am tVallaco, John S Harris,
Thomas Mr.Elrath Robert Barkley,
Luke Baker, Francla A Palmer,
Jacob Miller
DANIEL BURTNETT. Presldoot
Jimii M McLSsif,Secretary | |s)niM
f 1FE INSURANCE.?UNION MU
LdTUAL MFBINSI KAM I COMPANY.-With a
LABOE CAPITAL SECURELY INVESTED ?Office,
SI A ? -1 (Jssjaesrj Court y? INSURES Lives in all of
the tWtBSJS fSSatSaV on die tnoet favorable terms LOANS
grai'ted of one half of (he premium,on Life Po?ciea. Risks
tsker ei e<| mal le rates for any pari of he world.
BOARD OF FINANCE
Prat k in Haven, President Merchants' Bant.
Thomas Thai ker. MerceanL
Resjel Wiiliams. President Keoneber Railroad.
Prosj^-ctus and everv other Inforinaiion given by
11 HI" i. Moj.LISTER, \<e,.u, 37 VVall-st.
W 1'o.kiK. M D.
mC R On vMedical Examiner. j25StSATu
'HEGR04 HKS- FIRK INSURANCE
I
CAPITAL, (a*2#>OsO#S).?Thai ( ompany. having their
CMpilal all paid in. iu eaab. ere prepared lo inaure Buildings,
Merrhar.dise, Household Furniture, V essels la Port, their
C.rgot... i- sgsinst lose or <tamage by fire; also, the risks
of Inland Navigation and Tran.atxtsttoa, on the most fa?
vorable terms All los.es prornpi.v adjusted and paid.
DIRECTORS.
Rufus Story, MoaesTav or, Sampson Moore,
Fetor Martin, George Elder, Chas Barkhalter,
hrat ia Skicdy, Henry Edev. Asa R Porter,
.lame. B. W ilson, Alex H Orant, W'm R. Foster,
Ben B Sherman. Marshall Pepoon. Isaac C.Taylor.
SAMPSON MOOKE, Preoldeot.
J Mn.tos Smith.Secretary. 27fii
\\ASHINGTON INSURANCECOsM
ff PANY-Office No 7 Wall et ?cor New^t) CASH
CAPITAL !*200,000. Insure* Buildings,Merchandise,
Household Furniture, Ye**?i* in port and their cargoes, Ac
against loss or damage by fire, on the most favorable terms:
dibcctobs
FrerWVs Pertx, RuMe-i: Stebb'ns, Edgar, H. Lang
Daniel S Ml ler, Fred H Wolcott, Rich F. Csrraani
Wm E Rowlsnd, W. E Wilmerding. Jr. Wm. Oothout,
James D. Oliver. A C. Kingslsnd, Phi' R Kearney,
Itch r) K Haigbt, Oeo C Saaerlee, Chas. E. ?uincy,
Corn't Savage Oeo B. Oreer, Robert Lane,
Henry Morgan. J T. B. Maxwell.
OEO C 8ATTERLEE. President
A H Mf t re. Secretary. JU eodtf
HAKDWAKK.
C^HAIN CABLES.?A large a-sortment
?r of English proved, from S-S to !7-i inches, for sale by
ao22 PAINT It DERR1CKS0N, I >J Souin st
DIG I RON.
-i- tuns Su.-ex No 3 Forge Pig Iron.
200 tuns Oxford Charcoal No i Foundry Pig Iron.
IOC tune Dot er Charcoal No. 1 Foundry Pig Iron.
ICO tur.? BeoSeb Oertsherrle ?4o. 1 Foundry Pig Iron.
For tale by DUDLEY B. FULLER A CO.
J18 laieod- _1JJ Greenwich *L
AKUM.??uu bales No. 1 ; 500 "do,
No 2?for ta'e at manofacttirer.' prlcea, by
(2 OALNT k DERRU KSON, IWSo'ith-st.
GAUZE WIRE WINDOWSHADES,
0FFIC1 SIGNS. Ac?Tbey olistrnct the now from
sxdadmii the view to the street, they also adm>: the ught
and airs?d keep out tcseeis. Maoufecurod ot any size
snd ojajgaclfj painted with any lsr.dscapes, loiters and oth?
er device required opoc them.
g? _LEE A CO. ^9 Bioockerat
%\ LNDOW SHADES.* GILT COR
? ? NICE*:: DRAPERY MUSLINS, Ac-Fa.- a
about furaisiirg ibeir windows with the above articles,
will tad ii J. (. WOODFORDS. 295 Broailway. the
large*: ai d t-eet sssonmem In the city i several new sivlee
never t*for? introdnced la New-York. Lace and Muslla
Curta i... Drapery. Tassels. Loops, Flo.,, Bands. Cornices,
Ac. Families purchasing of lb? subscriber may rely upoo
- * ' rst -aie article, at d ae lew a< l| .* poa- k*S lo'. u
p'.r or marufscrure a. Merchant, buying at wholesale will
find It decidedly to their advantage to eall before purchasi?
ng elsewhere. J.C. WOODFOrD.2ft5 Broadway. al6if
DRY GOODS.
DAMAGED GOODS ? Coaaxwltai
New Siv I (mm'ray*. Ginjbem*. Snow J'r^P
D*m?*s Diaper*. T?' :o Cloth*. Linen*, ntfured IW
Luet'ee. tre meet Broad Cloths, back and colored. Drip
DEfe Kef men* ?ummer wer. ac. for eaie b>w bf
jjflt-** W MAT HAWS. W CailssiiBS-et.
JcV P. COATS'S S|\ CORD SPOOL
? COTTON ?Tie vender* at d consumers of our Spool
CoUon* are hereby inferroed. thai we na?e no Iniereal
whatever, etlber directly or tn.iirec-.lv. in ibe manufacture,
or ?ale of anv other article of Spool Cotton Imported WU>
the L*l d Stale*, than the a*M ? hieb hear*, on each ?Pool,
ournamrin full "JA P COATS." and that of ? Andrew
Coaia General A.eri for the United Siei.*." and we lake
leave at the ?arne Um-. U? *Ute. ihal all our Thr?ada are
inar ..faetured b? ouraelrea, within our own preuiusea.
HawtBi recently matVexteoalve addition* to oar W >rs*
? ' ' . mai?ne!ly tncreane our production, we Bope to
future to be able to keep pace with the conetectly iacreas
Inf d? maJ.C from the Untied Slalea
f lur tradea mark*, having bv many dect*lona received lae
mil proieciloo of ibe Lew CourU. ?re ahailcon?nu,? u, proe
e^te a^ infringements of them. J- A P. COATS,
ecu in,?*-. ANDREW COATS. General Agent
JI5 SmDAWlm _for the United States.
1)
AVID C 0 A TS ? S SI X. CORD
m~r SPOOL COTTON.?A ahipment of thi* ?upertor u
ttcle I* expected by the Aral steamer. Our ?lock being en
?reiy aold "Mil, we will be happy to take order* for Thread to
arrive We tree to .tale to the trade generally, that we not
only mar iitac tu re our own Thread*.bui alao *pm and bleach
our own varna, within oar own ailaWWee mills, thereby
giving u* a[complete command of all the different prvce-.***
connected with the manufacture of Spool Cotton Our
name and trade* mark* being prolect-rt by ihe Law l mm
of ibe United Stale*, we hereby warn ai partiee from in?
fringing ?n ?iem. D. COATS, eS Cedar-*l New-York.
JlS 2w?
31
ARCUS SPRING & CO., If?. 51
? EXCHANGE-PLACE.offer for *aleoncommi*?lon,
BaowN BhcSTiacs, Fancv OsaWSBIBS,
Bbown Shibtincs, Blacb and Colobbo do.,
BiiikTtsc STlirrs. Broad Cloth*.
Bi rai hbii Cotton., SHKsr's Gbavs,
B. i a Dbnims. Batinbts amd Twsbbs.
Pantaloon BTvrra, Plaid Linssts,
(f/rnttarttly) KkRsBVS.
BlLBCIA* AND CAMBBICS, cloaking*.
Afron Chbcks. Flannrls,
J6 3m PRINTING CLOTHS._
To Country and City Merchants
MOULTON <3c CO. 89 Pine and 64 Ce
dar at. offer by the piece o> package one of the moai
extena ve and varied STOCKS OK FRENCH. GERMAN,
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN DRY GOODS to be found
In ihUcity, a: prlcea that will please c.o?e CASH Bit
ERS. JltilmDASmW*
OLORED CAMBRICST-^TOO cases
J all colors and qualities for sale *i reduced price* >,y
dt C. B LE BARON. 55 Pine-si
COLORED COATINGS?50 packages
Blue, Wine and Mixed Coalings and Green Bj:s!u<.
forsaleby |n21 if I NESMITH A CO. 50 and SlP'.na-a*
CORDOVA PLAINS^JO packagea,all
wiail. Gray Negro Clolhs, for*aie by
n21 tf NESMITH A CO H and 52 Plne-ek
c
i\ aNKKI" NS ? 6(1. dv'vl. Ill >hld |.IC? r*
il for sale by NESmItHACO.
n21 U 5i' and 5. Ptue-si
EW BEL)FORD STEAM MILLS
. COTTONB?Sra? package*, comprialng the d fereri
alitlee, bleached ard unbieached. made i>v ihn N R S af
o for .ale by NESMITH A CO
n2l tf 60 and 52 Plnn-ei
PRINTERS BLANKETS?And Lap?
ping Engraver* and Roller Cloth, for aale by
d< C B LE BARON. i.< Plse-aL
s
UPERFINE SHIRTINGS?The Wil
- llairMvllle Company'* Medal Premium Shirtings, St
nch Brown and S7 inch Bleached, for sale by ihn A genta,
nSltf NESMITH k CO. 50 and 53 Plno-ot,
WALTHAM COTTONS?200 pack
ages, different widths and qualities. Boaloo Manu
factnrtng Co.'a fabric, for sale by NESMITH A CO. ?
n21 If 5*1 and 52 Ptne-e
'X \4\ CASES ADAMS 1^?E~?~ND
sW "-'ORANGE PRINTS.-Buperior In quality of wort
and variety of atyie, for sale by C. B. LE BARON,
d*_S6 Plne-et.
CASES BLEACHED SHIRT
auo,
Manufacturer* of Bag*, and the general trade. Por aale by
d*_C. B. LE BARON,55 Fine-st,
CASES BLUE and WHITE and
100,'
WO BLUE PRINTS Por aale f
RON7 55 Pin
COAL.
COAL YARD FOR SALE ?The pro
Bristol of an excellent Coal Ysrd hsvlng other husl.
r,e*?, which detnaoda hi* entire attention, would eel] hta
Coal business on favorable terms 31.500 only required in
cash, the balance can remain. The Yard la In an excellent
location, and con nlelely provided with all fixtures necee
aary. Addre** ?? R H St." Chalham ?quare po*t office. J2?
C~ OAL AT GREATLY REDUCED
RATKS ? The ?ub*crlber ofler* hla large atock of au
perior COAL to conaumer*. at very reduced ratea, for
CMhonly. UEO. A SPARKS,
jy lm* 2u5 and zV7 Franklin-at.
COAL! COAL!?PRICES REDUCED
-B6 50 PER TUN ?Peach Orchard, Red A?h Coal,
1*1 quality Egg or Stove al/e*. at IhealH.vn LOW PRICE,
delivered free of charge for cartage. Must ee paid for la
good money wbee the order I*g1ven.
T STORES DICKER.SOM,
d2) tf 107 Anthony-el. near Broadway
CK)AL.?I am delivering the best red
^ a*h, itove and egg COAL, well acreened from under
aheda. Dry' snd in good order at }'> IS per ton t white ash
B5 75. PETER CLINTON.
J22 lm* cor. King and Greenwich als.
COAL.?I am now delivering the best
quality of PEACH ORCHARD COAL, dry, from un?
der abed*, and well screened, at ?<i 50 per tun. All other
Coal cheap in proportion Yard 2M Mulberry at. hetwnen
Spring and Broome. [ja2w*J_P. DOLAN.
COAL.?I am now delivering the bwt
RED ASH STOVE and EGG, well acreened, from
yard under cover, at Bo 50 per tun. Also, beet LIV ER?
POOL B9 per chaldron. PETER CLINTON.
d28 2m* corner King and Green wich-its.
i"H)AL.?The subscriber will receive in
V>a few day* MS tun? of Peach Orchard grste and black
heath egg or large size stove and furnace COAL, which he
will be enabled to .ell at a reduced rnce, and fir which he
now solicit* order. JAMES L. WORTH,
j/7 if_i\ Broadway, and lih cor. Thompson.
sf^OAL-WHITE ASH?PRICE RE
V^DUCED TO $5 75 PER TUN -While A*h Coal, fir.l
quality. Egg, Stove and Nui sis**, ax the above low price,
delivered free of charge for cartage?must be paid for in
good money when the order I* given.
T. STOKES DICKERSON,
d23 tf_107 Anthony-?t. near Broadway.
(^OAL?$6, $d 50, of all sizes?Red
/ Aah, ?rat cjuallty-a good size for Atr Tight Stores:
Bi.e, Cumberland Coal for .ml?V? use. H. PFIRCEY,
;17 Im* S5 Eldridge-at between Broome and Grand au,
STEAMBOAT COAL, in size^d~iTu?l
Ity expreasiy adapte,] to iieamer*' u*e, for **le by the
caigu. Audreaa fJ21 lml?| F. TYLER A CO Philadelphia.
ri^O [ CO A L~DEA L ERS?ThTsuiscri
J- berawlll execute ordera for Spohn ard Lewis Veins
red ash Coa'. and white ash from Broad Mountain, of afl
alzea, at the loweat market ratea Orcera are respectfully
soucitetf. (J21 lmts] F.TYLER A CO. Philadelphia
H5 i^ll PER TUN for goixi C??L^:
?J'?"-FVPLunsp, #.i .V); Biove and Range, ft per tun
deliver*.! Hchuvlkill and peach Orchard of all size*; also
l.iv-rr-oo, and Blacksmith'* Coal, at low price*, at SIMP?
SON'S Depot, *ri and 78 Thompaon at. near Spring jZ5|m*
WATER CUKiS.
WATER-CURE INSTITUTE-CITY
sad COUNTRY -Dr TRALL recHvee Patient* *|
the commodious City establishment, 15 tstatjtsVst and at
Oy*t?r Bay, L I. Communication daiiy tretween these
place* by aieamhoet and railroad. General Practice at?
tended Con*unational5. |m>
ORANGE MOUNTAIN WATER
CURK-Dr JOSEPH A. WEDER ha* assumed the
permanent Medical Direction of th ? luailtutlon. The es
Ubl'stment is *ituated in South Orange, Essex County
New-Jersey, one hour's ride from ihe city ??v Morrl* luA
E?*ex Railway Vintor* take tl.e ferry-boat at the foot of
CorUaLd at ai 8 A M aj^i at J, P M. Private baths are at?
tached to moat of the P?ile?.i?' r.*?n*. A I letiera upon
profeasional bu?lc? ** ?aould lie addressed to Dr Weder
other* to ihe Superintendent <*f the Orange Mountain Wal
ler-Cure. 19 t^
11 L. NICHOLS, M. D. ami Mas.
eOovr. Nichols, Water Cur- Pny.lctaca. ?7 West
Twenty-second at near Sixth av. Paitente n ceived lor full
board or day irea-ment, or visited at their residence*. Cen
sultatlon* from 1? 10 2. aj|B im?
JEWELRY.
WATCHES, JEWELRY and SIL
Jmm\J03i " ARE.?Those who wish 10 Lurchase
WATCHES or JEWELRY, will find -l gr-n y k? tbei,
advantage to call on the auhacrlber. who I* constantly re>
eelvtng all deacrlption, of gold and ?> I ver watches, direeS
from the maLufacturera In England, France and Swttxer
land, which Le a selling at wboteeale and retail si the
aery lowest prices,
Ladlee' aiirl Gentlernen'a Oo'd Waich Chains, Dlamord
Ringa and Pins, Gold axd Silver Spectacle*. Sterling | <rZ
Spoona. Cupa. Forks. Ac
Gold Waichea as low as an to #25 eaci; Watrne* and
Jewelry exchanged AU Watches warranted 10 keep
5uod ?me, or the money returned. Waichea, Cocks ard
ewnlry repaired in the beat manner, and war rar tad a!
much lee* BBSS the usual prlcea
Or.O C ALLEN, Importer of Wstcaes and Jewelry
aMsss* w-oolaeeieMvd Ratall M Wsil st^ sssirs.
MEDICAL.
MRS Bl'RR'-1*
ANTIQUE OINTMENT.?A sure and
?fr-jy out fur tl.e PILES. CAsJkH U rnb?, Chapped
Hard*.*-. Tbl? ert.r * baa l-ng been u*?d ta private
practice aiidlssrki .v. .. d. ???! n be tike BOM article ex teat
fur .he <v..ef of If*- above named corn plaints.
Fur Sa r at ?to>.a.'? aad wall In if ew-Y<*k. by Oee ?*.
W MsUe ?2Vaa.au at, I Mli.or a C ? tit Ru.ioo-ei A B.
A D Bart's, im Fu'tor at Hsvil.nl. *>????? k Co. at)
Maldt-n 'n? S C V Otrkener It Co. *l Barrlav ?( CM.
lUag*. Bioinwav. rwnsf of Jehr. st J. Ii I. C'uddtogtosj,
MslMm tt and 115 Broadway, K A S.v.:?, B '?ery,
curt r-r of Sprlrg at.
a Be, fi r *?.>? l.\ the Agents of oar P*ie holler generally.
Put up aad sold at wholes* I fee
PERRY DIMS A SON. Pripneuwe,
-.7 :-m M HAfi * Providence, R. [
AVER'S CHERRY PE(JToRAL-^
Kor the rapid cure of tMbjl *? |,'"? atthms, creep.
r??arBeoese, bronchi is. asthma, incipient n?ninip".?i aad
lot B*a re.ief of renr-un pti?e pati<-tiia in ad.acred (tagesof
the diseiM". _ ? .
Thisrenedv It rljered to the rommumty wiih bm coetf?
,ri.-we Mill ?n artlrle which seid-m felt* to realise
the kopplest efleete that COO lie des I ml So wide Isla?
f enl of It* uaelV lies* and so numerooe lh- raaea of Its rurta,
thai almost esrry sect Km ol trie coontry abouod* la persnoo
puhltrly know n'w bo hare been restored from alai aitor aaal
even ile*peraie Oiseese* of trie Bflgl by It* use Wrasa
once tried, II* ?uperiority over every o-ner medic neuftsa
k i o I*too apparent kO escape OBeea ?eili"SI, and "Sera It,
vtruie* are know n lb* pu'-uc BOS kSSJeei hesitate what ata*.
dute to Mpk) f>>T the distressing aid dsngeroa* a*eru>*at
ol llie J u n.oasrv Organe, which ?re ncleet to <-ur ( SMS*.
An. BOtOtJl) in "the l.iruii.lable atlacts upon ine lungs, bat
fur too Builder varieties ol Celde, CosjgM H ?arsene**,*?,
an.l for children it la the plessaileal and aafes' rrieiiickao
Hi*i can be iililalatal No isnii.y *l.ouiu be without it, aaal
tb.ise who have used It, l ever will.
|?i spared and so.d by J ante? C Aver, Practical Chemist,
Lowell Ma-a BBal BOSS bj H erisfie w. Ml in ari. is V Co Hue
loa Reese k Coeison, Baltimore. Heviiand. Harran A Co.
Charleston .Jacob S Karrar.l De-nut, T H McAllister,
[XMiisriile; TTst-odora A Pec*. Burlington ; Isaac D larnsa,
Tienton; Joint t'.illvert a Co Pmlsdelphls; /. I) A W H.
0 in, Wasliingloi.; Cbas Over. Jr Providence Wade,
Eckaleln A Co Cincinnati, an.l by all Druggiale Bed 'leas?
ers to Medicine everywhere_J2S 1st
PAUTJON TO DRUGGISTS AND
" IHK PUBLIC?The unparalleled and aatoatealag
r^racy of Dr W letar'e Balsam of Wild Cherry in all the
diseaaea for w hieb it ts recommended-curtng many cases
after the skili of the best physicians were unavailing -has
1 :le ted a large and Increasing demand for It This fact
has caused unprincipled counterM ers and Imitators to
palm Off ?puriou* mixtures, of similar name and appear,
snec. for the geru.ne Ks f*m _
BE NOT DECEIVED BV IMI'oSTERS
The public thuuld be careful to get the genuine article as
tho imitationt and counterfeiti. being got up bv those who
know nothing of medicine, or ol the Jl*e*?e*ol ibe h .rna?
S) item, tre mitlrely unttfe aiid dangerous.
I Firm ibe Comn bits lOa.) Knau rer Peh 8 Mtt J
WlaTTAR'S BAI.saM t>P WILD CHERRY.
We hsve an utter abhorrence for all kinds o! p Is. aad
especially such ss are calculated to ad*k*M u.e public as u
the curative virtues of patent medicines There are doubt
lei* r sry catch pennv nos rums. dai!\ vended and hourly
used which are not ?nlv of no va ne, but ahiolutely deie
terlou* to the phytlca! man. There are other balsams, ex.
tract*. Ac . not eii hrsced perBdveoture. In the pharmaceo
tic arrapgemer.it of the apot.'iecarv or regula- phy*ician,#
that are in certain cast *. of more value than all the prescrip.
font ?f?a'en pu: s9gf?*V W'lsiar's Baltum of Wild
Cherry Is admitted by the concurrent testimony of those
who lave p, oved its virtues 11 be of the latter class la
colds snd consumption, asthma and chronic cough*, as well
astiiotrier klndre^idt eases, it has been used wah almost
univertal ?ucceas. In a climate so changeable as tan, su?
perinducing and aggravating the family of diseases above
a-lud. d to, thi* medicine haa a tWMM not to be estimated.
None genuine unless signed I. BIT PS pa ihe wrapper
Price 25 rents a packsge Tor sale at wholesale or re?
tail, by A. B. A 1) Sands, General Agents, iwi h tm sf.:.
Tnomss and Maxwell, Wt Wtlllam st.. John Milhau. 18)
B-oadway; Astor and IrWng House Orug Stores, and
1 to Broadway._ -
iOURAUD'8 MARVELOUS ITAL
"T|AN MEDICATED soar will Insure, to anybody
ualng it. a da//llng while shin and may ch?ek* The
0 .-.In amenta of which Ii t* comp serf are of SS) powerful
a PHlnre ibat the host ol euisneoiis diaPi'urements-auch as
re.lr e?*. roughness, bam, sunburn, *a iowneas Im-klea,
pmoier*. letter, salt iheiiin diso?, ebs'es, chilnlaina. Ac.,
Mas give wav before ihem, leaving the skin white, soft,
smooth and transparent, and aluigether Ijvelyl Netiher
malden, wife oor mother, should u*e any other delightful
rrooiienl in their lavaiiona. Kor shaving It Is ihe most
glorious compound ever used.mskmg a ^oWaJle.
I.. salt or hard water as well as In soft. OOL RAI W? POU
ORE Sl'BTILE is warranted to uproot ?up?'rtuou* hair
from any pari of ibe human bodv OO?RAI Of M KOI
CAT ID HAIR RESTORATIVE wi.l prevent baldness,
and restore ihe hair to places whence It has lallen ?n. it
will also give lo diy and wiry bair a rich moi*ture and a
m.^.iihcent .oflne.. end gloss OOfRAUOS LIQUID
ROl'OE Impart* to pale Hps and cheek* a permanent rose
stsln OOl RAlTD S INSTANTANEOUS LIQUID HAIR
DYE ts the best article Invented for changing roil or eras
hair lo a beautiful black or brown in a few minutes OOU
RAI D S LILT WHITE removes ln*'snteneously Hushes,
redness, sallowness, roughness, Ac. The genuine articles
are to be had only of Dr. FELIX OOURAUD. ?7 Walter
si. first door from (not in) Broadway; t I Cslender.aj
South-Third-el. Philadelphia; Bales A Jordsn, IWN Wask
Ington-st. Boston. _JH^ood
1 V (b?GRECIAN FANCHERONI AN
DROPS - A sure and safe remedy f >r, and wit
positively cure the Sick Headache, Chills and Fever, Jsua
Hre. Dyspepsia, Chronic Diarrhea. Ses Sickness. Cholera,
and Cholera Infantum, and reitore a healthy action lo the
Liver, without a particle of Calomel, Mercury. Q nutne or
Morphine entering Into Uielr compound. They will also
correct all derangements of the Stomach and relieve from
those sches and pains throughout the system commoalv
cslled rheumatic. It Is an excellent remedy for the OKAv*
EL, and as a \ KRMIPI (iE or WORM Medicine there is
none belter. There is no other medlcioe that gives such
universal satisfaction tn the above dtaeases.
Prepared oily by Dr. J. S KANCIIER. 110 Fulton sL
New-York?a lew doors from llroadwav Kor sale at most
of the drag-stores in the city and throughout the country.
jJi 2aw3m*_
W. KELLY'S PASTILLES, tot the
esimost taatanlaPeous cure of Coughs ad Colde la
their Inriptepry, Bronchitis. Hoarsen.***, and oil er diseases
of the throat, BO prevalent with singers, mlmai '<?, a id pub?
lic speakere Kor Bale by the manufacturer, wholesale and
retail. M Beek men et. J25 I w*
KEAD TH E FOl tLOWING TRUE
STATEMENT l Taaavroww, Dee. 9, MM.
Ma. HARRISON-SlB, I write you these few Uoes to
Inform you of the great benefit I have receive 1 from yoor
COMPOUND SYRUP OF NAPTHA. Eight years ago I
was taken with ihe pleurisy tn my left side, and ulcerated
my lungs; therefore 1 was obliged lo give up work and
seek for relief. I tried everything that I heard of. but all to
no purpose. My health continued to decline, till finally I
began to raise blood and largo quantities of matter. In this
state I continued for some time, until last fall. November
1849, wbea I took lo bleeding from the lungs I bled eboa
two quarts In twenty four hours. I then gave up all hopes
of recovery, until I heard of your Naptha. Still 1 thought U
was like all the rest of tho patent medicines, (a hurnbeg f
But I resolved to try one bottle as a last resort, and, thanks
lo 0>-d, I did so, for with bis blessing I believe It will make
a well man ot me yet. I bad not lakeo one bottle before I be?
gan to get bolter, and In a lew weeks 1 was about the bouse,
and from that time to the present I have not ra'sed sny
blood?before thai I had a bad spell every few months. I
could nouio without (ton an / account, and would recom?
mend all who aiilier from lung complaint to try It atoact,
for I do believe that If anything will effect a cure, this
Naptha will. Yours, with respect, C. D REVERE.
F. 8.?1 would have whiten lo you before, bad 1 not re?
cently contracted a severe cold, which your NaerH* has
entirely removed I can now attend to business, and ex?
pose myself to all weathera. C D R
MAP Harrison, 154 Oreenwlch-st.; also sold by O. M
Ouloo, 127 Bowery. J7 lmTuThAB*
DALLEY'S MAOICALfjPAlN EXTRACTOR^ '
TS* (triainal and only Uenuint,
IN A NEW BNVri.op SND MICH SNLABoRO BOXES.
THIS ONLY NEVER-FA I LING,
j*. quick and certain euro for Bums, Scalds, PUes, Sores,
Cuts, Wounds, and all external Inflammations, can only
i>e obtained cenuime, and In Iis prladne purity, from tht
Proprietor himself, and hi* authorized agenta
caltion extba.
Avoid counterfeits tn the old wrapper and the smaa
boxes; they flood the market, and the low p-iceoftho
poisonous stuff Is sold at is a strong temptation lo certain
dealers lo buy and sell a deleterious and counterfeit araV
cle, in order to make a good profit, but without regard to
the health of the coLtumer.
DOUBLE CAUTION.
A certain notorious concern la this city, called the Es>
f re Company, sells a nostrum In a wrapper under sry
i.aj/e. on which a certain "A. L Cometork" rigun-e as "sott
proprietor" Ail 1 can iay to the public Is, beware of lav
toeliion and polaonous imitationt of my Salve.
Be iure and buy DA LLE Y'S Extractor o.xi.v, iu the new
1< p and the large boxes, and avoid the counterfeitsSS
you would poison. Mind the emblems on the new wrap
pers?Tiiaagle, Sun, Serpent* Lioo, Dove and Eaglet
Mark, if jou want the genuine article, apply lo H. DAL?
LE Y, 415 Broadway, sole Inventor and proprietor of DAL"
LEY'S Magical Pain Extractor.
For aale also by A.B. A D. Sacda, Haviland, Ksoso It
Co. C. V. Cliehener A Co. aad at taiktuil'l | Mrs Hsyea,
Broc,kl>n. and Wm. T. Mercer, Newark. N J. j2l latewg
_ Perry Davise
VEGETABLE PaIN KILLER, is the
v best a-tlcle in t!>e worid for tte imm?.hate relief oTBs
1? n.sl and Internal Complain**. Full dlr. rtlon* furiCSSSS
Will be fourd In lh? " People's Perupbl ?<," published by *?
proprietor*, a copy of which win be given with every
bottle For sale at wholessle In New-York, by ?
A. B AD. Sauf-, 1*0 ho :o--?t ; William Burgee, ?
Cortlaad-SLl I Minor A Co 2ll Fulton-tt ; Oeo J. VF.
Ma>t? e RJ NaMsu .1 , Ha^ll?nd. Kee*e st Co. an Ma.deo
lane 1 M Ward A Co hi do ; Alcoit. MrKtssoe k "'
lYIs)
Norton
Broadi.
C ickenere Co ?I Barclay *r.; K op, Kischer A Co New-?>
AUo.for Bale bv the Trade generally.
BEWABE OK ('ill'N I FRPEITi
AtsiSSjy r.i r< buttle OENUINEORI JI.NAL PAIN KIL?
LER, mat u fact 11 red by the proprietors.
FERRY DAVIS A SON.
74 Higb-at Providence.
N B. The name Pain Killer Leioags exclusively to Pa*
RY DAVIS A SON, a* a Trade Mark, as rejrsuy decides
by ibe S, preme Court. i71
J.
lo.; Leeds A Ha//ird 121 do . J K Tnppee, 12t <k>j
ten. Babcoca k Wo ?1.1*9 do.; R. B. Havi.aud A Co Ij*
ad way; Hajdock, Corlies A Clay, 21k Peal st, C v.

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