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HEWS IN FRANCE ON THE COURSE OF AMERICA
Opinions of Le Constitution nel, L? PreiK, Le
Bpt-rtutcur, and Le Pays, of Paris, on tike
Position uf tike New York Herald and tbe
Amrrlran Ftilbusters?f be Paradox nt til#
Most Readers and tbe I?rsst Intlaenoe.
THE KIL1 Bl'MTKKM IN TUB I'NITKD HTATE*.
[Fiom Le Spectuteur, of Paris, Nov. 10. ]
Wo arc far from approving the acts and tbo schomos so
vehemently stigmatized by the Con. titiUismnel. But is it
not unjust to hold tbe American republic ami tbo nation in a
body responsible fur the plans and the acts of some ail
venturers t It ts to be rwrrettod that the political lcgisla
lion of thi: country, and the laxity of ail national and in
ternational Itond*, which is the consequence thereof, reu
&*r those enterprises no frequent, and, in Home points of
view, no etu-y iu the United States. Hut there have been
adventurers in all times and everywhere, as well in tlio
Old World as iu the New. Wo cannot, thurcfuro, refrain
frstn finding tho view of tho CurutitutinnruU a little too
severe.
TIIK INFLUENCE OF YOIHO AMKKI0A IN KUltOPK.
[From lo I'ays, Nov. 11.]
The continued progress and advau 'e of the crisis which
Ibe principal States of tho Old and New World are now
sndergoing, the events which this crisis produces, their
Importance and the important effect* resulting from them,
have bern for some time past the subject of constant re
marks by the press of Loudon and of the United States.
The Parisian press, also, has not been silent ou this im
portant subject.
This crisis also engages the serious attention of the
governments of England, France and 'Germany. There
is, in tart, hardly any one who ts not In some moasuro
affected in his fortune, his uniertakings and prospect-* by
this crisis, and who doe* not seek to prevent, if possible,
the futons calamities which yet remain to bo feared.
We Lave frequently, at different periods, m rules our
readers aqusinted with American events. Wo have also
labored to point out the real causes of this immeuse flnau
?i*l perturbation. This disaster, which is now exercisiug
its action upon Kurope, whither it has spread from Ameri
ca.owes its origin, as we have already stated, to the
ever excited and exaggerated action of manufacturing and
commercial undertakings. These undertaking^ have been
baHt'd upon no solil or permanent foundation. But abovo
all, in America this crisis is owing to the want of those
institutions of credit of which old Kurope afforded her a
model, but which she lias disdained to copy. It is owing
ID the want of tboso regulating forces which inexperienced
people look upon as fetters, but which sooner or later
prove that they are most necessary and useful.
There is no disguising the matter ? the follies of Young
America brought Uie great States of Western Europe into
a bad situation. The great increase of the rato of interest
for money in London, l'aris, Vienna and Hamburg? an
event most disastrous to trade and Commerce ? has been
caused by the crisis in the United States. But this is not
*11; we have now to consider the great exportation
of gold to America. which the American crisis has caused,
litis evil is regarded in various lights, and innumerable
remedies are proposed for "it in the journals. But we be
Mevo 'here is no reason for despair. The Bank of Franco
hf its vaults at the present moment some millions
C tpecie than it had at the same time last year.
> .SIECTt UAILLAKDET ON TDK I1EHALD AND
AMERICA.
(From la ITe.sse, Nov. 12.]
The New Yokk H&kalo has ingeuiousiy discovered the
mi i s of employing the thousands of workiugmen DO'.r
ranccupied i i c ??? qnerce of the rtHpenK on of ttie banks
iml Ui< niaivhctoriM. It is to employ them to conquer
eithe Uexico, CuImi, St. IXiiuiugo, Central America, or ail i
tb< ?e countrie- at one lime. Kacli of thi-:-.- countries has,
orditig to the Hkhaid, given sufficient reajou to the
Aniei r?'ni!? for an Invasion.
i-systhat journal, "has continuously refused,
? ? i the tingle exception of the Black Warrior ali'iir, toon
? ? x ti the jUKt claims of our citizens against her. Her
tu.i-niutLi had urged the Cabinets of Furopc
to jcin her in a crusade against the United
st tep, their institutions and their influences. A magazine
?* national ire against her exists in the hearts of onr peo
ple, which neeiif but a s|>ark to produce an explosion that
will deprive her of the l?i-t remnant of her American |k?
?essions. With Mexico, the sum e or a worse state of things
exists. Nicaragua. Costu Kica and Guatemala have lung
since virtually declared indiscriminate war against our
citizens, and St. Domingo nud Hayti are not far from occu
pying a similar position." According to this rabid review,
Mr Buchanan would only have to choose, or even
shut his eyes, to allow all those portions of the New
World to "obey the law of gravitation, which brings
small masses to a union with large ones," or leads tbo
large to throw themselves on the small ones.
Tins doctrine and the advice of the Hskalu pass unno
Meed in the United States. The people there are accus
tomed t<> the eccentricities of that journal, which is
conducted with a great deal of talent, but without
consistency or fixed principles, to-day it is filibuster, and
to morow conservative; laughing a little at every body
and often at imoIi'. It is a Kiga.ro of large sue. It ts the
newspaper which has the greatest number of readers and
envoys the least credit.
If M. Marie Martin, of tbe Crmxtitutionnrl, had been
moie Tfaniilior with these physiological peculiarities of
the American press, he would not have attached so much
b?i|- >1 tance to those aims (rirrw) of the Hkralp, in rcfe
rence to which he has fulminated an indignant address
against the American people, who, says the writer, want
th. foregn nations to pay the cost of their rashness in
affairs nt tlnnne.es and industry.
SENHPI.E VIEWS ON AMERICAN JOURNALISM AND
FIl.IBt=TERIHg IN THE OKOAV OK NAPOLEON.
[Translated fur the Herald frmn l,e Constitutionnol of
l'aris, Nov 16. |
It teems thai when, a few days ago, we blamed, as it
deserved, the programme of Aiibusterism traced out by
lite New V .iKK Ili a tin we hurt the susceptibilit es ot
some a-tmircrs of the American republic. A writer to
whom a long residence n the UniUUt States has given tbo
right of being listened to smongM us on thi ftlftiri of the
New World, and who, for the same reason, Is pT^ai'S'l''
lioned to treat with too much Indulgence his transatlantic
frien !*, is kind enough to warn ns of our being wrong in ;
taking in earnest the language of the New York Journal. (
According to Mr Gaitlardct. we have been simple enough
to pay attention to the doctrine and counsel:- of the
Ilnt/t i>, "which pass unnoticed in the United States."
In that country "jcople ?re accustomed," he tells us, j
"to the sccsMliclties of that paper, which ts con
riuciel with great ulent. but without any logical and
fixed principles ? today filibuster, to sasrrow consents !
Uvi , mucking a little at everybody and Often at itself; j
H ? a huaro In large ?i*e; it is ono or thoss newspapers |
which have the i(roale?*t uumber of readers and the least ,
credit.' Our febow writer regrets "that we have not
Vrn more familiar with tho physiological peculiarities of
the American press;" for then "we woul 1 not h ive granted ,
so much importance as wc did W tho views of tho Uwuui " !
]*t< u a /Jj fuont pyturf rf tmr uf tKf of
Ou I'nilrd States. '? whiih hat thr grt*le$t numhrr qf reatl j
er?," ant, conmjwcril'jt, tc wmhi le tew^ted Is icM , the ,
mati credit; Jot whn?*nr has sfufkii the inrfMSNi ' ?>! tKi- .
jr. u <m the j uhiic ?in.f cf any nmisirv. wiU Ji>*i it d\/Mcutt ;
to reconcile the fact iff a neu-Sftaprr bexng read by a Itirgr |
??um tier itf pernmt, with the opinion of if * ha ring little
? red it Ac^rd i*g foi u?, the eotitntry in n^t nlyryiiYil,
but unav' tdtHe, Rut will the IIchvip ssbssrihe t<> th"
)u glii' lit passed upon it by the French writer* Will it
eotu e<te, 111 order lo e?i ai>e our crttlcism, th ?t , in fa? t, " it
m?H k' s little at everylxbly and "f'en at IUelf," aild tint
K has been well characterized by tietiig called " tbe
flg'iro iti large size?'' Will it not prefer |o
be takes in earnest, as it assuredly has the claim to be 1
This is its own afftir. and may become, between it and
He singular defender in the Prrttr, the subje< t of a quar
rel which doe* not regard us In the me.mttnv, let ns
eismrae on what ground the latter can rely for convincing
as that the llmAtji this time has joked and that |>eonle in
th< United ("Hi* did settling but laugh when rcadiug in
its cniumns the project of organisation of that kind of Ame
rican filibuster* m of which Walker is the faosous proto
type
Tlie New York newspaper began with the emb-irrv*
ment < 1 finding the means of existence for a great many
working m- n and families, who, in cnnseqseMB M the
finsm I en-is and the sitstiension of the factories, w ll be
d< prlvt'l ot bread during the winter. It is calculated that i
lbs fli?t of 'anuary next there will be, at New York
aione nt tr'> one hundred and fifty thou?an I persons re
dnced to the deepest mi?ery; it develope I the terrible
fi iMtl ns suggested l>JT this prospect, which b is
nothing rheertnl ahout it. It remarked, for
example, that at some hundred yards irom the ,
lolgii gn where the-e unfbrtunates are to starve, there ,
are ,-tore* filled sp to the roof with provisions or flour,
salted beet an I pork, and not very far off banks whose
tai.'i- are stuffi d with money It enl reoed thi- |>? i iro |
by adding that "the police of the clt\ w.?uM c.-rtaisly be
ineffectual lo reetrals a siarviiit.' multitude bo-m I npor
plundering and getting wber.'Wiih t??apj>e i?e their bun t>~r .
awl thda crtsts might arise where the militarv c ?mo inies
COtnlHise I <f the wealthiest I t tens W uiid b?! oblige!,
whilst fulfilling their duties, to deluge the stretts with
blood an<i to obstruct th ' sewer* with corj>ses for U?e
|wirpo~e of maintaising order. These are j i l previsions
and nevertheless are things as certain ss tbe rlsAg
snd the setting of the sun of to mirow. ' "What
il ill we do ", a-kel tbe ll?:<uu>, "with these Ihou
? >n is of men without work ilafki| Ihe lotig w nter* "
Th?n it pfoty^e* to employ them in two great works
ot on' li< iK'i'v and eniiM'r.ishmeut.tbet'entral ptrhanl
a new City Hag. On this nc?a?k>j tt quotes even the
example nf A if ctus in lt >tne, and of Napoleon III it
1'iitis Hut together with this p un, whi 'h m et have ap
I . ired to it i !?" serfcuts, the fXgitin , ttf Nsw York.deV' I
? a most amn it ? |.i oj. i i , or ratli< r, a< cording to Uie
expre^sh^n of M DsllMwt, tliat pnper '? discovered in In
g. nion* m> ..ns of empkylng the unoncupied labor."
Thi-. ii|/'Sf ?> s?"??W is the orgs n zation of an army of
tit,!, t. rs, which ib'iiverriin Mexi'O. Oestral America,
f'ut'S and f spare neither Ibe republic of Santo Dstningo
nor th< empire of Hayti. fn gissl faith, la this a subject lit
for a comical artlel# f
lie llssun t'sdc up twice the same subject. A few
day ag.' we analyzed an article cootaiatngtbe pre -ram me
of filibuster Inm, and tbe first ajipeal lo the adventurers a
week later that piper treated of the sam ' subjei*t, and
published a second article, which appears to us not less
mrHHis than the preceding one.
first, the IIfraik congratulates Itself by availing Itself
of "ome i'm s in the londoo Tim", "that a lllt'e common
sense is In ginning lo enter into the F.uropean view of th'i
position ofaflklrs in ome if the gpsnlsh Ameri<-iui re, nib
In s." It wilt he seen tlist it flatters itself with the hope thst
furope will not opjsise any obst ? le to the ope rations of tbe
tUibustcrs Then it agtin ret ounts the numberof recruits
whodnriSg sett Winter Will, IB consequence of misery,
he thrown into the ranks tff tie great ^ling army. Itre
cnnins'-s witb -atisfa< tN?n '-that in t mletl Stales overt
rtti/en is frre to undei whs' ' II ? to go where b"
likes snd as he l;*?? u nit ban! nr wnho.i
It em " It admirmtly ?v, m the voiitl. of the repnb |
b. ."who like lo |Mi>? 7 ,i.e soldier sM to prsclise the n e j
e- srms at the r leisnre ai, 1 m"rsly as a m,.tter of ainu <e
inesl. fver sac we werr a n ation," It etclsms. "our
,<>op'e have rone on niari.il'Z'ng Uiemselves. till tfw we
are ;he most militAry nation on Ibi' fa's ot th" earth
Tliis n ?? be hragi '^g. hut it m?t he . onfessed the Ian
un n'e , not very fl p|- mt
Ti us we behol. the filibusters fitted out snd armed:
Pm will ih' eveir eepsWst perron tiiem to uty rt'?r
eito Ihe countries w i. e corsinesl Is so m"'b desire I'
i ill inly it will. I* Mr Ru bsnan not boinil bv the
i k,i..i .! nisnifesto, sn I did not tho psHcv sxronnie I In
i?, it > ion' dot-uniei t meet w th '.he appronst on of tl. ?
j, .* frs ? So tru< iti the ey,%? nf the firs in 'iSl
??tig tbe eli?ct one " ng campaign the enemies of Wr
I i in i >' i ? irk *' loo tnttsh noise all it tl> i r i
r i to . erta.ii as tin J were that t w ?- mi ih i? i mi i ate
tn ei.'ttient of i?M iliir favor rither than of dlscrMiit
Ti .. j , , oftf- ? Nrw IIkh tin will lie our oaljr
reply to the Speetatevr, which on itu part rei>roache?t ua
"with rendering the American nation enmaue responsible
for the plans of some adventurers," a reproach which,
bet idee, was not founded U|kiii an exact interpretation of
our thought; for we characterised the tenlency of tho
national policy rather than confounded the nation ittself
with the filibusters
Tlie Mkkai u added some considerations on the necessity
of maintaining, by means of the acquisition of Cuba, the
equilibrium in the national representation between the
North, which is extending itself by the creation or several
free Plates, and the South, which would not be any longer
sufficiently strong to drive back the attacks of the abolition
ists. Now Cuba would carry to the Senate the weight ?t two
slave States, and to the House of Representatives some flf
teen or twenty members to strengthen the party of tho
South The American newspaper likewise insists on the ad
\ aiitnges which would accrue from the conquest of Mexico
and the Central American States. It chiefly dwells on tho
numerous pretexts of invasion all theso nations liavo
already furnished to the United States. It is happy to
tUte "that there exists against Spain ui the hearta of tho
people of the Union a magatlno of national ire, which
nerds but a spark to produce an explosion."
In a word . before a year has passed tho repiy >11 3 may
he in war with Spam or Mexico, or have even already
taken possession of Cuba, Santo Domingo and (?>utral
America
To speak frankly, all this looks like a joke, and is Mr.
(iaillardet himself well sure that it is calculated only to
amuse the numerous readers or the Hkiuiji who approved
the policy of tne listen d manifest!? In alluding to tho ar
tide ot tlie Hmiali? on the orgainaation aud project* ol tbe
ttlihustefs, the correspondent of the I/judon Tims* wrote.
**1 am in dined to holievc that there is some ground tor
that fugg.Hun.V There is, then, another newspaper
writer living at New York who acted as we did; he. took in
earnest the design t ?f the Hkrau), and even stilted , according
to hU men oUarvationt , that that newspaper did not preach
in the desert. How is it that the same articles which ap
pt ured so amusing to Mr. Uaillardet have been regarded
as fo serious by others? .. ?
A cirruniFtaiitT would be apt to give the provocations ot
the Kkkai i) at least an appearance of serious reality
Walker is still at New Orleans, where, accord
ing toa corrcspondcnco from Washington addressed to tho
at me Hkhai.ii he is, in all tranquillity going on, with his
preparations of departure and the recruiting ot his band.
The number of his results is every day augmenting, and
the chief of the filibusters. It is added, is convinced ot hav
ing nothing to fear on tho jwrt of tho federal authorities.
Are perhaps tho latter or tho same opinion with Mr.
Galllurdet, and believe the intention.- of Walker not to bo
more serious than the articles ot the Hkkau))1 U lor mere
amusement, a great politisal newspaper of the union, calls
the unemployed to arms, and excites them to throw them
selves uj>on the neighboring nations, why should uotlike
wi.-e the general or the filibusters equip men and lit out
vessels to aniii>-e tho |<eopler These two methods of act
up are not different in character, and in both respects tho
joke is the same, provided they be jokes.
Tlie correspondence fro >i Costa Rica and Nicara
gua, published also by the Hkrald, at tho same
time as its appeal to the lllibusters, prove to
what point the projects ol Wnlkor engage tho attention
of those two States ; they announce that the Americans of the
North are, by virtue ol a dccreo. expelled from thoso Ter
ritorles, persecuted by national hatred, and that tho au
thor cs arc preparing for a serious defence Besides,
they prove, ill opposition to the assertion of Mr. Oaillirdet,
thai the chief of the lllibusters has in Nicaragua but a
very small md disjointed party.
Finally, 0 ? 'mtrrier dm Mats Vnis itself, whoso au
I thority Mr. c..i!>rdet will not contest, .in I ,vhich lis
| 4 overed, in order to brand 'he projocts ot Walker, an ex
pression more energeti. al than that or ?w< in
ibftrial ?)>/? rj'rif*, ha? been alartne.1 on account of the 'm ic
tion ot the federal power, v. nich did net sufficiently h.vd.?n
M) i Tipose an obstac.tn to tho expedition against l!o.-tt llica.
We have quoted the words of that newspaper, and ex
Itemed our approbation of them.
From all this it seems to us that nothing is more serious
in the United States than fililrutUriam , either in words or
in action.
TIIK KRJCNCn THINK THAT AMKItlCA ItAS TOO MVCII
LIBEHTY, AND THAT A C'RIMIH AMONIi TUKM TKNDS
TO KII.IBI STKHINCI KXPiniTIONS.
[Translated tor the N Y. Hkrai.d, frotn 1>* Pays, Nov. 10.]
The state or affairs pr oduced in the United States and
througtout the two continents of America by Unmcial
occii-rences, as also aH tlie consequences and effects or
every kind necessarily resultiug from these financial
events, are at the present moment the great object ot
consideration and discussion both in France and Kngland.
iarh jierson wh<> reflect* u|>on tliese events and thaellecU
they have produced forms his opinion and draws his con
elusions according to his own peculiar political theories
and principles. Ike great > ri-is winch lias occurred is
is viewed by different parties from wholly different
points or view. At one time men and circumstances are
ac< used as being the cause or the crisis, at another time
its cause is attributed to some peculiarity of national insti
tutions and popular halota. In Europe, however, and in
its old Plates, people are carried along by the
crisis without being able to foresee when it will end,
and are led to make comjwirisons and form opinion* which
ure substantially errone?*is and incorrect. One danger,
and that the least danger of such incorrect views and i
opinions, is that it gives use to a want of conttdence and J
to fears when there is no occasion for any such thing, or I
ff there should exiet some slight cause Tor fear it tends to |
magnify and increase it in most undue proportions.
Now! it appears to us that in the various comparisons ,
mad. and In the parallel cases sought to be csUblmhud,
prople do not sufficiently take into consideration tlie euor
mnus and immeasurable difference iff institutions and |
ii mnais an 1 custom- which exiat between the poodle of ,
tbe Old aud New World. Thee differences are of such a
nature thst they render it a happy impossibility lor tho j
several States of Europe ever to undergo the same
i j'iisirophcs and crises which fall periodically ui?on
America Tins is a matter highly to the advautage ol
Kurope, for crises such as the one now impending over
America, tend greatly to the retardation of the onward
progress of human society mid civilisation.
To prove cooehialvHy what we hayi* her'* nfflrinM, it
will be sufficient for us to lay before our readers souio
f*W historical casei in |k.Iu?, which will Hilly esUhliahour
' 'v^tTnn the lit?l twenty years? not to go anv further j
v.. b |i,r,.,. or four fbiai:' ial crises, like the one now pre
Mailing, have smitten the pevple of the United States of
America Now, we would as*, bavo these varioua crises
taught anv naefnl lessen to the people who have suflc-red
frenulum? No; they have not in the least. I
Now it IS deserving or ?special remark that all theso
cri?ee have been produced by the very same Cannes in
every case in which they have occurred. Th-y have ori- i
s inn ted from the d is. fdwel state of the mercantile raiud,
himI from lb* iiiad tkf^OpMDfDt and inflation of mercan
tile enterprises, which liave bee* carried on reckle??ly
and without regaid to consequences. Moat of these great
ratcrprfeet havt becu for the most part entered into with
out any substantial basis, without any solid guarantees, j
without any serious reDeeUoo, and without those reason ,
a tile conditions whii h ought always U> control mercantile ,
undertakings. In a word, these mercantile schemes have
hail no secure foundation to rest upon
In America, that grout aud magnificent land, which t.ixl ,
bss given to men, where therv arc iromenso landt and j
territories open for cultivation: where there is no lack of
land, as it may be said there l? in our old Kurope,
the productions of the earth never or very rarely Tail to
rew ard nmply the labor bestowed , as is too often the
, ||, Kuro|?e. Hence it is thst in America the crisss
which happen are always exclusively online .1 to com
no ire and ruanulactures? they never arise from agricul- |
tural causes. . _ j
ItiH'h is n?t the case with us in K'irop* Wo have
lost emerged from a |*?rlod of Uve or six years
i of bad harvests Tlie land has not produced the
dally bread of the people Tlie failure of the harvests
has been the cause of diAeoltlcs and embarrassments
of a verj different nature fretn the crisis whirh is now
i weeping over the country. We maybe able from what
' h?* taker place, to form some opinion of the difference iff j
our institutions and o( our manners and custows, and to ,
I sppreriste the ex. eltonce of that reign or authority an 1 |
governmental action which rxtends Its |*>wer overt very
thing which finds ?bui.1ant rem.dy ror every evil arising
in society . by its is.wer and itUdligence, an I, in a word, )
by means <4 which even th?'?e persons tln ir liv?-s in .
secortty wlic are its etieroiea, and deny Its beneficent |
' rlsra<ter l>t one only imagine what would have been i
the sU?e of adisir- in America, if, like us, without a strong
governm. nt sun h as ours, they had bad to go through a
crisis of six h ng years of famine.
Put these aline Mary crises, the most terrible of all
crises are hot tho only ones which we have had to under
go We have also had political crises ; and of
all these, m<?st assuredly the one of February,
when the republic was momentarily set up, had
a most deplorslde and di?a?trous tmportiace Yet,
notwithitatidiuff these |?d'tical crises, and m spite of
all that may be said by the lovers nf civil tumult an l re
vol4ts<n the min is <?r our j'-ople In general are so tho
roi ghly convin? ? d i< the excellence nf the principles of an
On rity . that they have in general. >ot Withstanding the fri
volity of wiii< h viiev are otten ased , such a deep fund ot
, ... a?,| reason tliat they m i le no hesitation, arter
a brief and decisive trial iff the opposite system. U>
emhra e with ardor and enth?sisMH the stand
?rd of order. They gladly and cheerfully adopt
ed the klea cf g remmeoUl authority, and tiny
submitted at once, without hesitation, to the strong and
intelligent ?. t?m of a superior and resolute power. They
saw at a glance wherein their saMy and salvation c?>n
i pitted and thev he itateil no longer.
lb. ?e ?re the reason* why we have been ?nl? to pv
sstely through many dark an 1 dreary ?'*}'' without any
i very serious amount iff suff. ring. These are the reasons
why the difltcnltles m the pre-ent tl-inneiil erK.. w.?
l?ss away witliout producing any derang. tnenl of social
i 0r|h.rt in the United State* It f quite different. There the
' eri-is in addition to Its natural con^eooeni es, will pro
' dnee effects of the moil iiisastrous chara< ter In miny
! other rt-specta. Men now. already, we beh?W several ?f
their tmbhc Journals beginning to .il^ttss the question and
to prc'iss-e the scitahleness ot the opportunity for making
I certain expeditions against the Stales of Woulh Aineru a.
Rj- this means they ho)* to find sn outlet for the ltnmen? ^
ntiBiber of working men thrown out of empi 'tm n , ?
are now . in eons? qsem e of the commercial d ssters, nes
titute of the means of earning their liv *??f
tt e shall r? turn to th sub,. 1 1 oil ime futi t ') wm
In tlie meantime we would cull atlenlioii to wte>?t toa
the grr file t scourge of t'ie js-ople or th ? United S*? tb-s is
the want oTa strotig go.e'ii i. Mil, an I the X" -ot ib?rU
which rtiey erjoj ,< of |l?H-rty Will mevitahl)
Irad to o itfif* <|tifkTH r* atooiitf iheni o( m tiflinf wh^ li hi'? j
prr-i id in ine'it it is imi*?-sil>le tocalculstc the iS cts.
\nvnl lufrlllgrrrr.
The United st-itcs -loop oi war Vairfalia sall< 4 iro-n
ror:.-nui'.th, N. II , "ti the 1st ln?t., for tbe PactOo. Tlie
mil wii'i! * a ii?t ot elm i ? Commander Arthur S'ticlsir,
t.i<-i!tcii:iiils .' Il< cm Rrov n. C. II. IV Old we 51, John I.
|,..v, I . i b I r\ ? I < etl Aetlrg Master, Ch
, v.,' ? * .!??-? pit Wilson. Jr I'u er i t'
j , . , x I on.' i I III Mat Hies, Alan Kamsay \ssistant
i i.., n-ei i 11 It Trtat. 'iiitiii s tlerk, W W ,-mel ilr
ratter * i" W W ?i*<ions Rnatswam, .lsme? M
M.I . f I, r, 1! 1'iy r. Catl<enksr, Am i i file's
"alltral. r, W ' t;i>R Master's Mates, U. II.
I ? . Frank l< M r i m. Ile.iry A Hunt.
T'.e I nlted >*ati ? ?te?m frigate Sn?queh?ntis, f%>m.
S >? ii.. ? - ; . in M.i s \ I ; T Key W. -t
(irders from Wa-hc-aton were r . > ?' I bt t inni.v r<
I inrli* -tewart. Ill ' Vav? \ ?rd . I' . ' ?ele|. 'n i , to ? oni
nn mi immediately the building ot i ne? -li-.p. war
>t?outofi?> tbou?aml libufifF will t on . : tn.?r
liith ha f hanTF
Cmrantn'
THB LIT* CAHl'Al.TY IN WKST 0TRKKT.
Coroner Gamble visited tho ruins of the st^ro corner of
Wert and Betliune streets, yesterday morning, preparatory
to holding an inquest upon the body of one of the victim*,
named John Kelly.
Rumors were atlout to the (fleet that the building wu
constructed in a careless and insecure manner, and that
the occupants of tho same were very much to blame for
leading the floors with such an immense quantity of
grain, when tin- beam* were not sufficiently strong
to bear the weight. Coroner Gamble, with a view of
making a careful inquiry into all the circumstances
relating to the occurrence, determined to poatpone
the inquest until today, ho that ho might pro
cure the attendance of a numbor of ozporionced
builders to give testimony in reference to tho case.
To-day a Jury of intelligent mechanic* will bo em
pannellcd to hear tho ovidcnce of the witnesses who
have been subpoenaed on the occasion , and no doubt a
Just and proper conclusion will be speedily arrived at.
A gang of laborers were employed to remove tho mass
of gram and rubbish with which tho entire lower part of
the premises whs filled, for the puri>ose of searching for
the body of Michael Muhon. one of the tni.ssiug men, who
it is believed is vet under the ruins. Up to last evening,
however, they had not succeeded in finding the body, but
the search will be continued today, when it is thought
the corpse will be recovered. The body of Kelly has
been reuios ed to hit) latu residence in Twenty eighth
street.
The inquest will be commenced at tho Ninth ward sta
tion house at 11 o'clock this morning.
Melancholy Accwknt by Shooting. ? An Inquest was
held yesterday by Coroner I'erry upon the body of a llttlo
girl, si* years old, daughter of Mr. Michael Rigby, of No.
176 East Thirty fourth street, who, it will be remembered,
was accidentally shot by her father on eloction day.
The circumstances attending the melancholy accident
having been already fully detailed, it Is uuneoessary to
recapitulate them here. The child lingered but a few
hours after the accident. The ball from the pistol entered
lier forehead, and lodged in the substance of tho brain.
Verdict ? "Accidental death."
Svdpkn Death or an Eminent Citizen. ? Major Wathew
Wheeler, of Maryland, died suddenly at his lodgings,
No. 77 Cortlandt street, on Wednesday night. Coroner
Gamble held an inquest upon tho body of dccoased
yesterday, when a post mortem examination, made by
Dr. Ferguson, showed that death had been caused by dis
ease of tho heart. The jury rendered a verdict to that
effect Deceased was 6(1 years of age, and ? its u native of
Maryland. His remains have been placed in a receiving
Tault, preparatory to being conveycd to his native State
for interment. Major Wheoler wu quite well previous to
going to bed on Wednesday evening. In the morning ho
was found dead in bed by one of the waiters of the hotel.
Bi'R.mng Firm Casualty. ^Coroner Connery held au
Inquest yesterday, at No. 44 Orchard street, upon the
body of a child named Bertha Schatlor, who died from in
juries received by the explosion of a burning fluid lamp
upon her person. The deceased's mother, it appeared,
was tilling a tamp with the dangerous fluid, when it fell
out of her hand and exploded, setting Ore to Bertha's
clothe' and burning her in a shock iug manner. Two
sist< i "f tte deceased were ^a the *oom at tho time of
the act 'lent, and ono of them, a girl about lfl years of
jure, war so severely Injured thit her life is despaired of.
The ;iiry la this case rendered a verdict of accident*!
death.
Theatrical und Muilcal,
RitnAnwAY Tiieatk* ? Mr M.itliew- is to play his favor
ite characters lh "A Game of Speculation" and 'Trio
Critic," on the occasion of his benefit and last appearauce
hut one at this house to-night.
Nnuo'a Gauokn ? The entertainments for this evening
are to consist of Mile. Zunfrvtti's tight ro|?e feats, and tho
pantomimes called the "Contrabandist" and "Ma^ic Trum
pet." Gabriel has a very comical part.
Bowery. ? The circus troupe continues to attract largo
and well pleased audiences to this establishment. A great
number of novelties, including the comicality of a " Visit
to the Bowery," ore announced for to-night.
Burton's ? Messrs. Burton, Brougham, Rogers, Mark
Smith and other favorites are to repeat their respective
characters in the amusing drama of "Vanity Fair," comi
cality of "You'resure to be Shot," and travestie of "Ham
let.'*
Waii.ack's.? Three very cntertaing pieces ? "My Friend
from Leitherhead,'' "Two fo One" and tho "Riirhts and
Wrongs of Woman" ? are to be performed this evening.
The casts, as usual here, aro excellent.
I-atra Kerne's.? Go and enjoy the superior acting of
Miss Kerne and her talented inmpany in the romautic
spectacle of the ' Sea of Ice," before the picce ii super
seded by the holiday novelties now preparing.
Italian Oi-kra ? "Robert le Diablo," in whleh Carl
Formes, Mrue. l.iCrunge. and other dijtiuguUhed artists
hi the Aeademy have made so greut a sensation, is to l?e
glveu for the last tune but one to uight.
American Museum.? Besides the multifarious curiosities,
visiters will be entertained with the drunm of (he "Wan
dering Boy*" this afternoon, and play of "Time Trios
All' and l'arcc of "I.augh and Grow Fat" at night.
friers ? The break neck feats of the equestrian", India
rubber IwUtifn ations of the gymnasts, and marvellous
contortions and stories of the clowns, utti.rd an abundance
of fun lor the masses who patronise 84 Bowery.
Bouoiia!* Mnammnr.? In addition to innumerable
songs, burlesques and dam ea, we are promised the laugh
able extravaganza called the "110101 d'Afrtqoe" at fleo.
Christy & Wood's, and the luimiulde "Shake pereun Read
ings" at Hi) ant's.
Prsi'MINO M'okk.? The Manchester Amrrirnn
states that the print works in that city resume the man'i
farture of mtiroes In day on full tlm" The several com
panics, mostly engaged in the manufe"ture of tool?. who
occupy the "Junction shop," at Worcester, commence
work to day on full time. Work wi" impended throughout
the wb"le 'hop about four weeks ai;o. ? AYio lint/of I M r
citry, Pre. 2.
NPKC'IAL NOTICES.
k HOTRER SINOI'I.A R RLBfTIOR WAdER ?V ARM I'M
J\_ s VIII., of So an Chamber* -trcei, entered inMsn
urmrml with Win H .lont-a. tn which. If Mr Wood wm< |
defeated on hir el. ? i m for Mayor, Mills wa* In draw a waaoa
front Harlem bridge lo the City Hall, with twenty hu?heN of
citli la the w.moo. .iii4 tier Ttru ai. I Mr. Wood being de
fnlnl Mr Mill" will . unif'tiec th" t a- k, lUrttsg tram the
bridge to morrow mormi.g at It) o'clock
Am R A 0.101' RN*P MEETING OF THE STOCKIH >I.PERS
< ! th.- Nrw York t'rn: nil Railroad Company t? reapeo.t
fuliy called for fctlurdav next, at the Continental Iniurnuce
i otupaiiv, No 18 Wiul ?!ioet, At 11 o'clock. A M.
J*tt. (Iaii aTIW, 8fC. <) Kt ? TRIM Hl.E, Ch'n.
BAHOril S< lll.KISI N( iRU ?IT HAVIN'J HERN UK
ported that Hiifiii'b Si iii' i?inKi'i , ofuwi'ltyol Mllwiiukle,
Wl?< ntialn liud obtained u dl v orce from Iiia Wife, IC?ili.-i
Vcblrliltigrr, and liml innrrted anMlwr woman, the trader
algned (lila lawful wife) notlfleti the public tha' auck report
t?tba'h?*i hti"l and ha? obtained no dtrornft from tier In no
Slate of the I. ulted Kuti a. fcKI 11KK HCHLKIHINUKK
"L^OR THE ItENFFIT <iP TIIK POOR -TUB ROOTRTY 1 >F
1 St Vincent de Paul will cliaw tlielr firm annual frativul at
the City A??embly Rooms, M Friday ttnUlf. Pee 4 Ti k
eta M rrnn, lo b< h >d at the t athollc boo it > urm. iml at the
door on Friday evening
(NRKAT SHOW or K\T CATTI.K I ?f TIIR t'tTY Of
T New York ?The American Institute will hold an exhi
bition of at* II and grata fed rattle, calvi-a, ?heep. Ktkie, pork
in-l dreaaed poult? of all klu I* In tin- Crymai falli^M
tlie Iftb, lfitb and IT * h day* of Oe> t-mber fnatanl I. literal
premium* will ha awarded Farmer*, autek hr-eder* and
other- w i?hing to ethlblt w til plea*.- make tppllr tUitl to WW
H. I.KORARP, the agent of the Institute, al the <"ry"'*l
Palace. or TUttf< F. PKVOK, the chairman of ?MhmiMoa.
; and S MHM market.
N'OTH R -All. PERHONS ARK 11ERFHY PORllIDOF.il
to harbor or truat any of th'- rr-w of the ?team-hip Kan
pxroo.jt ft? ? naati i , from 14* ertstol. aa no lebta of tbalr ?K
tra. tuitf will be pal-l by th- captain or air>-nt.
401IN ft. PAI.E. Agent, 1} Broadway.
Nr.w Yon*. per S, IK6T
OFPW R OF RRfTlYKR Of TAKE*, (NEW CO! KT
Hou?e,) S3 < hamber* *trcet, RewYotk, Hot. 1, llti -
Notice la h. reht iii'ti that one per ?ertt will he a I led on the
I at day ol l>?re'mh-r on all u?>? remaining unpaid. alao two
prr eeiv will l-eai'dedon w Ifl'hdavj.f I eeent'ier. Cheeka
and blll? on city t>a*ka taken IWriMnpmi ?mialnlit( mooey
and bill* MlMMiVMU Ro ttwnev rerelaed after 2 o'eioflh.
W itX< *N SMALL, Re -iver.
PFNSAt'OI.A M*R!NK M \ R R A( KP -*T \T,FO PRO
po?ita will ? e reei<t?> d hy the nnderatKri^d nn'll Prldny,
ttb Heertn> ?r n? ?t, at lto'elork, for furntaVnit 1 i* maferl ila
and ninaoti w ork f"r four lufpto hnllduiB? an I enrloainj wall
for Matttie l>arrarka it I'M wrala. Flnrlla AI?o fi>r the car
renter'" work a' I til i?t<*t mi; Plana ?tfl apeelfteafi m* ai
hthite.. at A .1. M iittilli'a oil ? >*. No III W i'l ?tnr ' an I fur
lh?T Informailrn flv?n, or at mf room. Ro MWM'frn M ? t.
S i't'faelory referrn. and botid fcf (M fallWnl f'lmv ?
of the c?*ifhct will b? rc'inired. P. A. tllHilON>.
fTIIF MpnWKf <?F PROTECTION AMICI ATJO\. \V,|
J a, mi lb.- nialnl'era of Prtiteetlon No %
P'?- rw?pcftfnlly l|v|te>l tfl a*?emi?le at 'h'? engine noii?* of
No b. J o'i lo- k I. - nfterti'H ti, to alti nd the fuu<ralo4 on
late IIM ' Ite, linn et t' I* etr/
ItitllKKT THOiriOX, Preaidt n-.
Tiie swiks renkvolknt sn ri.rv ai-kxuw
le-'ge* with tb ti?> th- re>-i Ipt f.f flUi from th ? follow i<
sentlemen. m,nmi"c e ot the p*?w ngera on board the \ >n
n- rltih, diirini; thr >a>t to III ? I' irt. Tit.. \le?ara. II It.
R'lllaotl, .1 Wool am and J l.iililiera That monay w i? eol
lerted on ln?>rd the \ an It-rlnlt lor the benefit of Marianne
S'c btiater. wh ?<? h-tal >>< n I waa lent overboard of ?ald at' *m> r.
T
HE VVMItRRS OF Till SWISS HEVV.rOI.FVT St It 'IK
_ ??. <t- invit.-l t i utter I h a-.- ?! ? i ?-to-r il nv t n
w hli n w 111 lake pl:tce al the hoti : of Mr. !?aurant I'eltnon. o,
rnrnff If t hatnfo-ra mi eel and Rrondwav, on Saturlay, Do
eemlwr A, at 4 n t lock I" M , preei?el? ily order <if the Pr*
aitlt-ni M i. PAII.I.AKH, Hwreura.
T' MM ANY HfHIETY OP rOMMIIfAW 'iRPRII -l!R<?
Um r?- Il beeomea my palnftil duty lo annotince lb'- dr-oh
of a n.-otb a and an e* S"<. hem of thr ?.><-i^!y Ohnlel C.
Peait t? tmn ore II* died at hta re?t l.-nre In Ibla eltr, on
We 'ties' ty. the 31 Inatetit He beloved reaper 1 and
i teem- dot r very i.ro-her o. thla order. Ilia yoiee will no
icngtr he (:? m I in onr great m .gwani. nor will he erar again
Hi' I ) rail r a mr: firea liiother*. von are particularly re
tn all I hi n't tid h'* funeral horn liU lale reaHano*. Wo lsi
KaatTwint) frit (rert Una (Pi Ittay) aft. rno??n, at S o'clock
pre ?It By or l-'f of
1 I'ANIFI, K OKI. A VAN, Uran I H?ebeni
,1a* II. flWVilli ?I'firi.u >
Mat t a!' tt >eaaon of URowa. ?trelf>h moon rear [of dlaeo
viii llie UC h, of Indt pt t.d? nt c tin- Ala', rtti l of 111- ao laij
the f9lh
HOt.a>AV
1-IR' MhSillOI "S SM'MF'l E ? ? a M Y ARTt<?l.l> Ft H
tbi- ho'i'i ?'? ' IWffltiimM baira, re?t?dlM) pnrfnir -ry,
Ae., lu t ?erf varklj. a' wbi' t ? ?1?? an t, hy
. R W kNiollftVl Id Yfwy afreet.
b? [mm
t\fi. vt?R sai.f"- v i <?!.'? > bwpoi' n hi, Ann not;
I * An I one vent oW. t< f"Tlil of tlie W?trtr r>n f tl?i ?* 1 , . ?
v all h ih t.halrhlacl, lottj ami ently. Anpiy t> AH. I'M;
K^S, Fifty ill'th *tri?et. ne?l ho'i".- to the K?i"t rlTrr.
L^or sm,r-\ t.tr ?? vaior^m vv.i po ; w
P eacellent wt r'l < halr.laik. I 14 1 I nirly.n N
only lo he a?rn lob' 1 pit ? MfJ Apply at It# kin^ nlft-f',
front baarment.
PERSONAL.
KBTELLB-I MISREAD YOl'R NOTE. WILL BE THERE
on the 7th. QARKTA.
GEOBOINE M WILL KIND A LETTER FOR liKR AT
the Union square Post office from K. A. 0.
1? MR. JAMES COOK, WHO RESIDED IN HOBOKEN,
? * J., In thr year 1844, wilt aend hi* addre s to J. I' W,,
h?i YtH ,iersl<i ??oe, he will Iruw a friend that wuhij
?ery much from him.
IF ANNIE LOlTIfl WILI. SEND HE It OM
ata't where au Interview may be bail, lo William, '"*11
1,089 Herald office, she will hrar something of tbo "Join 6t
my pet" to her advantage. No delay, pieaie.
IF (MIFFITH JONES, FROM ENGLAND. WHO IS SUP
posed now to be somewhere In New York State, will in ikrt
known bis whereabouts to Joi.n K. .stimaon A lirothor, No. II
Wall si reet, New York city, he will hear of something to his
advantage.
IF THE PERSON THAT CAl'TIONF.D II . OF BAR
clay street, against visiting Mrs It., of Twelfth street,
wil give Mra. R.'s full name, they shall bo amply rewarded.
Address Jones, Herald office.
J g. -TELL THEM To DIRECT To SWAN A CO., AO
. gugla, Georgia.
NOTICE-MR. R. METZGER, PEDI.F.R, WHO IS PED
lliifC around WMmluf county, N Y? is led to re
turn home Immediately, on act mint ol hi* wiles sickness.
Anyone knowing "f Din whereabout will oblige hla wife by
informing him of thlsanuoimc. men!
IO BETI'RNKIbNICARAflUANS.- ANY PERSON WHO
i? knowing to, and will inuke an affidavit ruing ih?
death of Dr. H. A. Stringer, who Whk ttUaohed ><? th. boauiktl
ot Granatin, and died in November, ISM, can have live doll iru
for bis trouble by applying at 13 Gold street.
THE PERSON WHO DESIRED A LETTER DIRECTED
to the cure of Wlltlain Wilton la now In the Weal, and
would be gratilled to hear from tier who Inserted th.' article
In Thursday > Herald, A letter directed the same an beiore
will rcach him.
T(t VORTEX -THE PABTIBB WHO PI T IN A PLEA
of usury are J. D. P. A Co. Further Information to
morrow by mall relative to the conspiracy to defraud e'ret 11
tors. W.
TI'IIXIAM WAKEFIELD, FORMERLY QUARTER
vv masterln her Majesty's Seventy tirst Highland Light
Infantry, stationed In Canada, afterwards serving In 1 lie Third
W est India regiment, but now on halt pay of the la it named
corps, trill please send his address to Frederic Z. Seymour,
Esq., counsellor at law, box 1,2 18 Post office, Boston, Mass.;
or In ease of his death, a reward will be given lo any person
who will furnish f roof thereof to the advertiser.
TXT ILL ARTHUR SCIIOLFIELD PLEASE CALL AT THE
vv Aator House and see his brother? Should he not be is
the rity, an I this meet Ins view, will he immediately ad'tresM
a note an above, stating his whereabouts v
C11A8. SCIIOLFIELD.
T
$5
REWARDS.
<J?r REWARD -STRAYED, FROM NO. 1H5 BLKECKKR
street, a large black Newfoundland dog. Whoever will
return him loGen. T Stanley, office foot of Rnblnsou Street,
Noith river, will receive the above re wan I.
REWARD.? STRAYED FROM NO H2 '!AST
Twenty-first street, on Thursday morning, De icr.'l,
black and tan terrier, white breast, tan legs, in > tail
Knots over the eyes, short ears; answers to li me of
Pincher.
Sr REWARD.? LO^T, ON DECEMBER 2. A ' ! , OF
?? no value except to the owner, SOtttiilnlng M dol
lar bills iind one two dollar Mil, 'wo nn< dollar m two
gold dollars. Whoever wi'l return the name to fort
street will receive a reward of live dollars and sof
the owner. A v ' rf.
rf?1A REWARD. ? LOUT, ON WEDNKKDW ',
" " 2d iost., asmall white ste do*' wi-h blt-i- ?? *
spi t on the side. ?nd answer* to tie me of Lilly. >? is-vr
will return the said do? to 42S Eighth ?t'.'mio, will oblige the
owner and receive the above reward.
$2
(jjl/t REWARD? IF THTttVl WHO TOOK FROM
?p I " ? the boune 152 Franklin sir- on the morning of
December 3. between 3arel 7 a smtll gold (lenev ena
melled lady's hunting watch (row* on one side and th> inure
of a baby on the ot Iter) willreturti th. name to th' -mid
offioe he can receive the reward an I no i|UcHtlotisa*' 1 i. "A
word to the wise is atifflcleul." llrokera are reie ?ed to
btop it if presented.
(jfjin REWARD -LOST. ON WEDNESDAY EVENING,
?7*1*' going into the Academy of Music, a bracelet, cum
posed of garnets in large and small clusters. The Under w^ll
receive the above reward by leaving it at the ollice of Julien's
Hotel, No. 4 Washington place.
REWARD WILL BE PAID To ANY PERSON
?PJ.tr that will give information that w ill lead Ui the detec
tion of the two men who stole a yellow leather trunk from
No r>S,tj West Washington place, Thursday afternoon about
ball jia?t three o'clock, December ;t One had on black
? lothes and a Kossuth hat, pretty tall, and an imperial; tbo
other shorter, light coat, black pan s ami black silk hat.
They were both youni; men. Then waa al to a woman with
the in She wore a plaid shawl, tis.'^ West \\ ,ishin6'ti.n plant-.
fT REWARD-LOST, DECEMBERS, IN THE <ITY
tj Hall or in going from tin r, through Itroadway to
the Howard Hotel, a check on the American Exchange Hank
tor five huiKtreil dollars, with a p ild note attached The
ahowinward will be paid on returning them to t'liarles
Brebee, Wall street.
<fc,-A REWARD -LOST OR STOLEN, ON THE MORN
M r ingof the 3d Inst., at the lower Hud~>n Klv,?r Kail-*
road depot, a calf skin wallet, containing five Jin hill< of the
Canandalgua Bank. (AO; fow IW bills of the M:ink ol tleue
va. f4ti, two $lo bills, bunk not recolli*cted, one au I
< tie (,'> gold pin e, $?i, one SI bill of the liollUier Bank ol
lioffulo. fl one certified eheek upon the Tradesman's Hank,
drawn by t A R Poillon, dated Nov 24. IHftT. parable t,,
John R. Brown or bearer, H:vi 10. one note, drawn by
Greer. A Hammond to the order of an 1 endorw l by Pardee
A Mllligaii. dated Nov 2, IH57, payable tliree months after
date, $|,I32 !>; one note, drawn by Itlram I* < -k to the order
of and endorsed bv II AW Hunt and by P idee & Mi'llgan,
dated from llthio l.Mh Nov , payable three mouths after .late,
?2&o. two notes, draw n by Psrdse A Miillfao t<> th" or ler of
I' II. Hit lay and not endorsed, dated Weal Tro.s , No? Z'l,
1W>7? one payable at iu and tbe other at seven months after
date, for between t and $dno each, $1 . (1st, one note dr twii
by < A R Poillon to tie- order of and endorsed bv 'ohn R.
Brew n. dsted Nor, 17. IW7. parable thirty davs after late,
trM II. que note, drewn t.y J. J Van I't^i to the order of P.
II. Hitler and not endorsed, dated Sept 26. IH57, payable th e
tin nths after date. fVT'.t 'Jl. Also sundry other not- s and nils
reliant oua papers not recollected. I .ih.i hi ol tie abovs
t hecks and Holes bss been stopped, an 1 ,i'l persons ar" 'ti
t-.oncd agnlnst rcrotlntlng 'be sami The above reward will
be psid for the reinrn of the wallet and ?? nt i-n't to FLANI
t-AN A Cl'MMINOM, Ko :tl Ns??au street, or tie- paners may
be retwrned lo them or to box No 3,a'<S Post office, and the
money retained.
R F. W A RD? KTOLBN- A BLACK HORSE ABOlT
??')"/ 1S14 b inds high'. H or tyears old. Miort t.tll, the k
t urimit mtuie. Unit- sprung m 'he kuees f-st will be paid lor
the thief and I orse, oi $'i"> for the return of i he horse t< N" 4
Rlvington street. GARDNER SMITH.
Ar/jO REWARD? KTOLBN -A REWARD OK FIVE
hundred dollars wW be paid to any person wbtr
will give such infill mas- >n as will lead U> the detec< i..u and re
covery of tbe black and colored silk? hoi! ne< k 'ies atolsn
frori -> I'ortlandt street, on Tnes-lay inortnug about fit{
o'clock RaM foods were seen to be taki n In bla. k trunks
Slid uut on a carriage or hack Two hun tretl and tifty dollars
will fee paid to Stli h driver, ftM ?ey inform t >m he will give
that will lead to I he recovery of the goods, and he will be held
harmless Any Information fium any one will U>- very gladly
received BOSUSfSlnf the above, or from any one who <nv thn
carriage, II ROVER, NOBTIIKIT A TAYLOR.
Reward.- mihrino from room no. ia in no. to
i Exchange place a ma bog my box ol Oct tg Hi shape, con
tain i it K an accordeon, w hlrh titled Into II \ n ? p- i son re- urn*
iti(j the ssine will be ji ild $/> and no qnestlons'aske<l. N. It.?
ra wnirohers will ph Ase -ake not e
I-OOT AND rOUSD.
\SSAY OFFICE? R E< EI I'TS STOLE V -THREE RE
rrinia, issai I by the United StaU-a Assay otli ?>, New
\ crk, of ihe following description, have t, ?? n stolen, fir ?
No I 23?. datetl Nov. 3?, lfV.7. for BU so bit oniioes. No.
1.2;'0. dated Dec 1. 1K"?7. for 2K1 ounces; No I 210, dated Dec.
1 1HA7, for 2HII III list ounces, all for silver bullion, and paya
ble lo K. W erner or order. The public are cautioned not to
receive or negotiate the same, as their payment his oet-n
stopped at the Assay Office. t WERNER.
St w York. I?ec.S, IBA?.
TTiOUNr-ON TUESDAY- Nil IHT." PART OF A^OOLD
X waicli seal. Apply at the office of the Evereti House.
l^Ol'ND A PAIR 0f"'g0LD iPECTACLIW <-s WBTl
r nestlay December 2. In Pearl street, near Wall Tho
t-w ner can have lee ume by calling at the Colled States I'lre
Insurance Company, 69 Wall street
ItiRT? ON BOARD THE TOW ItOATNIAO AB 4, THB
J p- rson of Joseph Rllbrts-k. clothed in ?reeti ttann--l jack
et, green pair of pants, wi'h sandy whi?kers: Wore a common
brass ring on his letl itand, it Is sitp(>tMe,| tlia' b? hvl aOoot
b's person f,fiy dolisrs in notes of lb" M--r-itant?' Itsnk of \|
banj , and New Jers.-y mt-ney Any Inlormaiion rcspe -tine
him uav t,e ser.t to >1 Cob nle street Albany or lo No. 4
Rtxmnte street New York. <>FnRHK RlLBRoOK.
IOST-ON Tl FfiDAV I.ART~ I.ARtlR BLACK NEW
J lonnd In lilt pup, about Ii-n m or. the old. whit." feet, tall
? , ped wi-h wir e, bid on a lestlo-r collar; answers to the
n nnr of 1 n. Wh -ever returns hi n to Sill or SttS Brna lway
shall br liberally rew.irded.
1- ? ?},T? I V Til K UiWER PART <>F TltK CITY. NKXtl
A Wall pirrrt, oo the ?i IV Bihrr, a |> ilr of i II *|?e'
laelm, li t nMbwir hht. rarlMir will be atriKhly r<
? urdivl hv if tvlnir 'I'tin >( Uh- olllcf of TKKNII'ILM IIKCH,
A CO., *i rtne Ktrn-t.
IoUT- A I'AlR'tr (I01D s-rrrTACt.KS, TN MOROCCO
i rmr, i ?ir ' HB|>* I "llWf h' I" i"'l t l?*t*l p ..hi 1-a' i.j ?? ?
"r l tnornlliC'lv'n of Hnin m Rlrerjffl or r mf'htn
' rra pfre.-t In W?U ? reet. 1 '?Vi- will !>-? ?> l 'ahly rt'
? irlfd l>y leaving llw >nm? it 47 waw
IOHT-ON tllK ITTII "?>r XOVKMMKR- TV~?V>|-R !
A I . n h?'rt>> helWern lire i .1 way nil I (.ii'h ivihi- ir ,
hi RMiIM; r<inr<l IWMIi M?r>n Cmirlli KM fliir'jr
tirpt * , i ?*?? ?*. t la I) fi hreaat plfi, <i\ at alitpel, i*. .mami'ia ,
m iml) i I illiMtitw. In ? rpn"n. ?-i tn? w t>lne anas*!
ami <lirk hair In sa centre Tb ? Holer will he ptniabl} r
??MrH I t InrMl ll* IMP with Unhurt IHvl?, ub I 7*9
HmatfW iy.
1" CM-i ?N WRMnHHT MO't S l Vii I. VsT.~"l N'~ OVR
J i t tti*- F' urth ? tt'ii' nn I 'ir > i.; v ,y i iiiiupeii, wh 1 -i
|v tween K'irh'h uMl I'tm % I'll k 'h-cnl I ?r ? *.?'!
1 lir nti.t.r ? '!' be PUl'a'.lv r ? Ward tj by I ? ivini{ lb*' MH6 at
No # t nifrr?lty pMTc, R. Y I
II ST-Afl RCAIT TR THIRTY SKVKNTl *TRKKT,
J kftwi. :i KinkMxl Mi h (frniiM ,,r in a fit'haranuo
Maga, nr i'ii the r.rnar of UMrrrw* ulien ml Kleraii'h
Pi .1 the Mil. tar will be mwarii.nl by Wvlti* it at tl Weat I
Kleventtl utree'.
I- OUT? A "KT Of WAT' ! f ~ l I \ I V S~"7V?f K K T~ 7 V I >
J tr nk' Thr Anilvr will t'>' rrw intril by IcavtM thetrt
at # Water ?Rert. Raw York, or RIlMMrl at , Bfonklyn
]? out -If iff MojfPAY AfTRRWOOIf. A ROCT I rtYl
J o'clock, ?liti< ftoittjt from lb* ear* i.t Thirty llr?l aireet i
n or In th# Re I Mm llna Jf or (vm li fi; * 'ogrm
tram RU'li avenne ti. Third a*enn.' and Thirty fiiirlh ?treat, '
nor'liw I ?? ri I Ii.-r, ? m nk fur mult, f ir wMrh >i ? i.ti'>lc r.'
will b? ?w> dMlTfTln* It at the tiorlhwoat coriior of
? Iffh Itmw and Tl lrty fmirih m-n
]t'KT? l?Kf I. HFTWKKN l.RnXARO ' RTRKKT A!*l?
J Fallon market, a ri?-?'iiit b(?ik Hdlonelni! to bare* Ml
i\ - ink TW flmlcr will t>? llhcrallv r> ? ?r t?>! by 1-u hi? It ?t
A i lark ?, forncr W c*t au.1 Warr.'ii atr'ct MtlflHlffK. i
Ii ST - V * III. M K H(lROC(X) COYRRRD MFM"lt t !f
J dum t'P' k bclonRlii* to the Srw Ynfk HI?toirto*l Sm-i-"
riy, ffcc fln4rr wlUtileaae amd H in li?nj II Ci-M, 127
Wa'cr ?trc?<, mr will, or t" ih>' l.i^mrj. *<c?in<i avenue,
' 'Tii. -of l.l.'NMitb atrect, where lie will i-n aaltt'ily i*war.l? I
for t- < Iri'nl'lf .
I oSt ofi oy fiir kwnivii i>?" nwi'KMnvR
li |, in li e iti'uhtMH CI the Trll.'tlK' offer a pochH
?.??<??< e.'tii*' ? t !<..t hank Mlla an I p inrr? ??Terwlll
r. itirn th*1 |*<k ar'lwk an.1 Mfti t.> .'?ii Ra^ Hr.?ailWay,
will h. " * u It I. at. I no iiii MMi<t^ I
-'ANI>' I.. .lAt'KaoW. |
. Mnl'l- .V- imiRMHRa T TiN TIIV < MRJ?RH or j
, ^ Tw'.i" il I r ' ? (?<>. |p. ,B< .-ml * 'll l-'r W I'eh.
>< Ith iii? "'tv in the bnti<i',\ II, , i |a to <Mir..?n ;iera -ti. I
r?,v I'lr' V n ' to "nr. h4?eii, n '1. ? S?y ? ho!t?)k l? la known
f,- . v. r.. ?t' I Will In rt-'~- - ill 1" -a n,K rrtnrn la
?v i , li l..-fnrr taltiriii . ' \ .. I : n ? will he
? .! No. of tlie watrti i;| |i !| j.? li> .1, .ml ma.li' t v
Tn' p, I." ' n ? ol.
IIPOII COKfOAN. I2r? f-" ? Tv ..nty nta'h atrcet.
DRY COO DM, Am-.
OQ N A PS At' STREET - HENRY II LEEDS ,t CO. WILL
jii) sell ?l auction on Friday, 4. ill 11 o'clock. at th.?
salesrooms, 23 Nassau h reel, ? splendid ???oitincnt ?l f-incy
furs, made up by a Maiden lane manufacturer, expressly for
city reull trade, amongst which will he louiid re?l sables
?nd mtr>k of velue, ii ml other grade* '???! numerous lo des
cribe Every article will he said to tin- htchSst bidder and
wai ntiled aa represented. A deposit required from all pur
chasers. ?
40
pkr cent below cost
Ores! reduction Id
CLOAK? MANTILLA!) AND FURS.
Th? subscriber U prepared lo
< loan out hia
F ill and winter slock ?f
Cloak a, m* utilise and furs,
At retail
for i'asn, at
40 nef still below runt prices.
P WM. H MACKENZIE,
294 and 2*1 ? 'anal street, Hraodrsdtl)
'Jftl BROADWAY
OO L 111 l.l'IV S <1RE \T SAL*.
1,000 plush bordered hIiuw la, at i 1 , dull ? k,
.'i (Km rich chenille do, ui >1 dollars
5UII ? kirn superfine do,, m.S dollars.
Will bo added lo the niK> of this week. >?
(JBO. BIILPIN.
361 Broadway.
AlO. BROADWAY. *73
" I u Com iu nation of Mali*, of cheap ail In
Aii'l silk rohea,
Will bo opened this meriting.
A new invoice of Bayadere ailka at 91 per yard
Also elegant quillc rohea for 9V?.' Reduced iroin 94tl
Also i-jcn (lounced silk rubes for 918 Reduced from $31)
Hy BKKKMAN t COMPANY,
Broadway,
473 473
4-7
r BROADWAY
) SHAW |,H AND rMIAKN
Our large stocg of shawl* of every Inscription, Including
many new ?nd exclusive style*, are reduced U?
ONE Ha LP THK1R ORIOIN.VL COST.
f task* in velvet and heaver, solaet aod elegant In style,
andtniulc oi the richest materUls. Imported, tun all reduced
4tlper w.-'ii iu iirlce.
Ladies w J1 tWl in our cxtenuve establishment an assort
ment oi'
RnAW^fl ANT) CLOAKS,
More varied and tasteful than can ho shown In any one
house in the Culled Kutca. (,'H A UI.KK STREET A HO.,
176 Broadway.
BAUENDAHL a CO., l(? FULTON STREET, OFFER
inducement* In hlack and colored ladles' cloths, from
SI 2ft lo $2 .VI, and heavy black and colored beaver cloths
from 92 .Mi 10 94.
LACK LYONS YRLYKTB, ALL widths,
At reduced prices,
Hy BKKKMAN A CO.,
473 Broadway.
MI-OAKS I CLOAKS ! I
U I1KKKMAN A COMPANY, 473 Broadway,
Have now on luiml a choice selection of cloaks
In bltu k plain ami rihhed heaver.
Brown pfaln and ribbed . caver.
Also 'ui' n'id pliu h clonks of various eolora
Bli vi t euculsr and sleeve cloaka
ALL A I.KUl'Ll ll e iu -
B
lOS AfKKirt
INS STOC > OF KDRH,
1 . ctlun price*.
n !e?rooin. Sfirt rOMlway.
Tlr t "... 1 a stock Ii it cou' i v be made ready f<j
then., .ill eollVreil at Um* pric.ia obtained tt iliu re
cent i tv'U
I .ad * every orportu;iltj o try on .i id <ho
rourt vi ry artic.lu thry m ay with *<> purcbaa*
Tlr !s h a full avforlment
Clo I* Mill-' Mill
lap' Fnnalauaa' i,
Tippe Ka.Ui.u U.iy sr.blr,
Vic ? ? i. Mink, aloii" niHr'en,
Ii Ta, Un aaiiirr* I,
? ?'ir.vca, ' net. fla,
1 &$,, S'?'l< Ti iricn, Jkr , Ac
SlelRh ami njn omatoil <o a choice tssor'meot
ol children ?lnr.i i.. ? \ %ricty.
Continv >i n or rat ousat halm or dry
litKII'S
Under deed ot ?<-<n>;nn.t iit lor tur b?nndt of crniUtora
At < 'olntobian Hull, JX' (Jrand Stret U
In order to cli^^ the entablinhment iiy 'b? l?t of .lanuary nert,
we continue lo ulfxr, witboul regard 'o cost, an imincuau
Stock oi
BHAWT.S,
C'LOAKfl,
RICH SIT.Kfl,
FRKNCU MKRINORS
AND DKI.AINKS,
KNfll.lSII MKRINOR8
AND DRLAIN KS
UNKN ttOOIM,
KMBROIOKKKfl,
OLOVKS,
IHfSIKRY, Mr , Ao ,
The public will Pnd the above aunouncetncul alrlctljeer
red. and not one of th? prevailtn* Action* of 'he day.
O. O. HOOK, One of Urn Aaelgneee.
CtHKAP FI.ANNRIX! CIIKAP FI.ANNCL8tl
J 4 4 Shaker Hannei only SO cenla per yard.
Super Hailaj-d Yale only Si 6d.
Other 4tylca equally reduced.
By BKKKMAN A COMPANY,
4*3 Broadway.
D
KCKMHKK 3, l.?%?>7.
l.iST A!0?0C?Ct?rHT.
EDWARD LAMBERT k CO ,
Respectfully anneunee ilia', in view of tbn
Approaching holiday*,
their
RKTAIi. K.- I Aitl.lSIIMKNT,
No Hroadway,
Will he kept open unltl the 31at Dooember next.
After which 'hey will resume their
JOHHINO AND IMl'i-RTINH Hl flNESR
Kxclualvely, at N<> SSCbainhera street,
As heretofore The opportunity, therefore, now presented
for month <'uly, lo ihc iadieNot New York and vicinity for
the purchase of
Choice and
Desirable
Silk and fancy goods.
At retail, at le?* than wholesale price*.
Will he wiilslrxw ii.
Bijou K'nri a .na uaual, n" mixe.l lot*, ladles', 73 cents;
V iM-ea', cent*. Oentlemen ?. X! tj cents per pur
N R ?Particular at'entlon I* Invite I to thl* speelnl notice,
na'hi* re'atl hruncb of our busincsa will be discoullnued alter
the Mat instant
T7XTRA SI FFR CI.OTll OLOVEfT
J j Plush lined, wiih sud wilho tt fur cuffs.
Ml dozen al 7& ? ent* a pair.
former price SI and 91 2ft,
At
UNION ADAMS',
391 Broadway.
EAYY RIBBED SHIRTS AND DRAWfcRS,
Warm, cotnfurtable and durable,
50 cents each,
Former t rice SI.
At
UNION ADAMS',
Ml Broadway.
LINKN CAMBRIC IIA.MlhKKt HIKKS, AC., AT A HA
cnllce.
l.nuugrrila' colored hortler handkerrhiefi, all linen, la 6d
each.
I.MH 'In white, do., ai Is. lid each.
.Iiiii dozen lailles' tioinauu-hed tin , at $2 2ft per doien
Also.
0nu i inliroidered rnmhrlc collars, at SI ?3, worth S I
BKt KM AN A COMPANY, 473 Broadway.
LADIlisrir\TKNT MERINO I'TdER~ i' KSTx"
Warranted not to shrink In Wasluo ?,
00 ceni? each.
The sale of these goods will be continued this week,
? At
* UNION ADAMS'.
Ml Broadway.
I~iCE PETH AND COIJ.ARS, BELOW AUCTION
J prices.
Point d'alencnn,
Point sppli'iue,
YsWnclennes trimmed,
UoaltM,
A nd Msl'ese sets and collars.
H
Will be sold ai Mi per e?nt below cost
At BKKKMAN A ? nMI'AN
Y'H, 473 Broadway
X'*W CMIAKB-NKW CT.OAKS,
IN at COST or ?tTSKIAI. Also ?ASCfAfTrSB.
ONE TIIOI SAND BLACK I; F a X Kit ' I RCCLAR3
Will be ready for sale tin* *>.ek.
At haif the usual prices,
as follows ?
2"St bcA'ttlftil Mark t.eayer circular* at 9:v
Z'*> So. anporflne do. at 14
9Mt do. ito. with sieeves, SI I'
1U[ Ultra superlative do, at IU
The subst ribef ha^lni a larife quat 'Jtv ?' ceHanafac'iirwl
material*, and with a view <.f*lvlns em,.u.vm?nWo bis hands,
ha* determined for the remsin-ler of 'he se?? n
TO MaNCFACTI UK >K\V CI/)AK?
of ihe very istest Parisian styles. sn>! to*, il iham f ?r cash
at aWc u. covt ok w atkriai. ami? labor.
Such an ouuoritiiity as this I ?s never v?> be?n offered.
I1F.O MI I.I'IN. 361 H'oadway^
O"" Ni~TUOURAND POLLRIXRD I IIICI I.AK ci.oaks.
Ai *"vea and a half dmlare
One Ihotts^tid do., of thi k gray heaver.
At nine dollars.
One thoimanrl superfine do., a? ten iol'ara,
will be added Ic
Ht'I.I'lN'S great s.Utt,
Airing 'he present weak,
xt 3d i Broadway
s
IIAWI.S SIIAWlJ* tllAWlrf*.
Urrat reduction in price*.
sille shawls a' 96 chentile ?li?wi * 97.
Wool ions stiswUS*!. iirst quality,
At BKKKMAN tin ??. 47.1 llrofl way.
AHD WIDF. PRENClt CALICO, It ftl PER YARD."
Rich chin / ?*>lors.
Just opened hy IIKKKMAN X mMf \\T.
473 Mmadway,
DA*(IW1 H'ADRMIRl
A DODWORTM'S DAN'INU AC A DEMI i'R,
t\ , No n* Broadway, v. w York.
No 137 Motitatcife place, Bfo .klvn.
Classes now opeo for the reee^Uon of puplla
n
B^BNBTT AND T HfAf.Y'A DtNCINO AND
wal'ring aca leakf , Jefferson Awm1 K'? m*. corner
of f Ireenwteb and Sisih avenues The < .unh hop comes on
ua Tnislty sTenins, Dee H, with l.ei Iaiiciuis u Mdrilla
ancy and all thi- fasnl<>nsble danei s vf the ??aeon Days and
evenings of tuRlon, Tueaday and Frwlat Bro>ikl)ti. al
Franklin hnlldlnes, It* Oranre stre?'l near Ful' ai The third
bmi tomes off on Wedneeday evening I'ee I Dava and eva
tilng of tuition. We.ln.aidsv and aatiir tay sf*ern ??? < la**?-?
from 2 to 5 Ktenlng cla??e* ftir bulie* from 7 lo A s u'la
men. Mo 9 Ball ria^m practice frtim 9 to II o'cl>"'k Ps- ?s
rie*|irnts of ball manager*, apply at lite academy, ir u? t ur
tle 1 1'* band. ISM Sullivan street
I1IM1 KM..
Nth ward.
ItrPPORT RPOI'LAR NOMINATIO*J
Al a meetitiR of lis d? nux rat* of the Sevent '
held December 2 at th? Manhattan House 2UA Ho
snantlpthi call of the Him x r i'ic RepubMcsui ?.
rnl'tee at T??n .my Hall, he following n imcd ne, ?, , r
duly sleeted lor tlie committee* for the eesiun't yes- ?
ii?>wn<<i c o??iTT?r ? lohn Cochrane, -tunh.-i vi*|,hl
Wat II. ManaHeld, William 'milter, Oeo W. tCK ir?min
Torso Mrs'* tit ar* ?, Coaeirtrr John Dlmont, Prank
Creamer, Joseph lie llin l"r, .'o?m Kolvr *on, Chsrios I'
ttwinrM.
Waso Convtrrsg ? Th. ma* Rclllv. Irmk f'r- imer John
MeDermot. Mk liaet Muliismi, Mar io Ifc.vle, W-n Joh'i?in
Owen II* tly. F.tnsrd Drake. Ilenrv Ms<-.hiH lohn Dinxnel
Edward Slltfters Fissk Itio. k, Fn'nk Ri .Te-t, J.>hn Dtnn
Joe*PH i?k BINDRN 'hair.na.
(I'O W Si hi Ute Ii, Secretary
4 MI'RIi \K I F^Klitl C'iMMirrCR NEW ' oSk l>K
J\ i'?mher I. laS* ? \ reirubir uei tiei* of tlie tin - ican
t ncral i otnaiilier. nfthe t liy . . iu>t\ t *? \ .rfc, wnl
be held at then riami*. coi i<ef of Br >adway ami I4S|?enanJ
Strrt t, rti.s iFridiiyj eveliins, ?? 7'. P M.
" iril \ It MFM^ PresMat*
F c W \iiNKK, J.,,,.
TU"S MeKM.lMTM''
Coaa * II IViinun.l,.
Jons I NoTM, jSecretanee
FALL rAWHIORR.
?)Q rMTf" ? ? - **T' ii.kkdh * co. wni.
a-O ncIl at auelion oo KrUiav. U*t. 4 al II o clock, ai b*
Mlrnnmrni 23 Niimu aapleadld aaaortm*nt or fancy
turn, madf) up by h Maiden lan* maiiafac'uj,?r, caprcacly for
city Urid**. amongst whieh will b6 found Mi) aablca an?I
mink of value and other grail*** Uto numcrona I? dcaerlbe.
Kvery ar'rrle wtll b c told lo the bidder, and warrant*
ert aa repi eaenied. A tlcpoail required from all purchaaara.
47
r BROAIIWAJ r.
? ) Ureal sale of fine flirt,
Regardless of eost.
Hudson Hay ulilo. vmic of the richest And darkeM
In iIih United State*
Mlnka, In all qualities anil al ?
We have nine mlnka of eitraordinarv quality, royal er
mum, aud every other description of fur for ladies and efctt
drrn.
<?ur fura ar* all genuln*, manufactured onder our own
pervialon, and vuaranteed
1" nrthAsers will be satisfied with both gf ods and priest
CUARI.Kri ST itKK f A CO ,
47 1 Hreadway.
A A C. 1 il, A NZ, IMPORTRRH AND MAVI'FAiTIT
? rcrs of fur* of every description, at No. IIM William
street, nenr Frankfort, and 244 Grand street, near Bowery,
invite ipeelll sttet tlon to their rtch and eitenslve *lock of
Laiurs Fmov Fuss,
Well known for their elegant styles and tliwIM maanfac
lure, which ihey oiler, In order to dose out thia season's im
portations, at price* regardles* of coal.
BOLPIN 8 GREAT SAI.E Of FCRH.
una HCWDKBn Tiiursmn rxjiuass
AI.L OF OKNUINK MaTRHIaL AND kt ANUf ACTORll
Beautiful seta of mink at
Eitra do. do jjj
Kitra large mink rapes at H
Do. of rlob dark shade, al 1*
A splendid assortmsnt of tar glovca
Also,
Huff*, euflh, ganntlsia tippets Ac . Ac.
OF GKNU1NK W KM, HF.AKoNKU SKINS,
IT liai THE 0?U*L CSICSS
l.adtrs are enntloncd against purchasing seei >od hand moll
eaten goods, vhlrh are now being ottered lo different parte ui
?beeiiy, and which are really dear at nothing.
361 Broadway.
IiU'RP, FCRB.FX'RS.
1 Tllfc UUDflON BAT FT'R COMPANY,
78 and 77 Maiden lana,
Offer their Immrniu' wholeaale slock of over
$4110,1)00 worth of fyra, al retail at adlaconntof
BO per cent
From wholeaale prices. The following are aome of the prtcea
at which ?? are selling, vli ?
Mink nets from W 00 to $100
Sable acta from 20 U0 to 2M
.Slone mnrtcn *i ts from 12 HO to 100
French sable set* Prom 2 <10 to 12
Kockv mountain maru-n acta from 2 Oil lo 10
Heal Siberian suulrrel acta from 2KIH M
Frcuch mink sets from 51*110 SO
Alao. a splendid assortment of gentlemen's fur oal*. papa,
gloves and collar*. Sleigh rvbea vf every kind at lower jirteM
Uimii an> other houac In the country.
I h?-a? are ihe only Hadaon Bay Company i-arehonaee la
th? city. KDd have no connection with ?r.,v oil.. - boiwe.
M lfiR J.
1/ 1 ' RK THIRTY PKK CF.NT I KS8
T TIIAN Al < THIN PRll'W
For ? few dnya only, In which time we are dc.'rmlned to aell
ihi balance of ourvalu.'il I" alock of
RICH HKS,
Conprlalog
Mink and aalile ?cia,
Fltrh, and a gen-'Tal
VA RIKTV OF FANCY FORK",
Oent'i collar; and gloven.
Fur coata, robea, Jtc ,
A' b" CIIINKSK BPH.DINw . 5.W Broadway and at our
wlwile* ? !>? w ar**houaca, N'?. x'.iii! *11 1 me and N'o. 19 ' '?"l.ir
afreet. JOHN B. PiniXIPM t Oft
V H. VH ?noda :old are wai ranted ai reproaonled.
I.11RK' Fl'IfS" KIRS!!!
1 TI'iF. AM'.RK'AN AN1? RCrSTAN rm COMPAITT'8
V. AMKtlOUHK,
No. 87 Miiiilcu lane, cornet if <iold street,
r- A <?. SAMUEI^i
Offm their Imni nae m . k of 1 i< h manufaoturcd lailiea' ami
chiiilret! :i f'Ulcy fin " at 1 great reduction from their whole
a?le prlcea, ,1 .t. .|.t to realUe 1 u*h. Our alock e inaiata of ih?v
neWeat ami moat faalilDnahle aiylca, ami manufacture ! with
great ' ir- fcai U?e vet y heal alock TUo following will give
you aome |.lea *? 1 our prices ?
Si, nk nwru n. .'Uiroin. $10 to (Lk)
Fal.je, ?en ,'iom 28 to STO
Mone marten M'tw frotn .... 10 lo 75
Mountain ma.- en, seta from 3 w >0
French cable. *efa from J to 20
Ruwlan a?|ulrrel. aela from 5 to SO
Alao a rtileailid aaaorinieDt 01 gentlemen's fur coat*. iapa,
j'Ni\ea ami muffler* Fancy aleigh and buffhlo robea in great
larieiy h'.verv article warranted ita repreaented. Call ami
sec. as ivc sell cheaper I ban any oili?r houac. Pie. ?a? remem
ber No (>7 Maiden lain, the American and Ruutan Fn# ?'o?n
pany'* Warehouse.
IiH'KS, Ft'KR
' We have about
HWIof those M0 PRM.KRINKfl left.
They Itoncatly coal $4A
Firat iiuallty? warranted.
At WH1TF. A BIRD'S,
28 Maiden lane, corner Naaaau
iM'R <"APH.
' 2,000 gent emen'a Fur Cap*.
Fashionable abani-, at .Vi i>er cent l?'?a ih in the drat coat.
Hatters please eiumine.
At WHITK A BTRIVS,
2H Maiden lane, corner Naaaau.
F
v Rt<- Thia la the I**' Motfa and ? Mff*
>. .. *i& French mink Halt l..^ j ItlHOH,
For thn?c ?la number * ? ' ' ",rn,r N iaaau.
S? Mattlen ik ? '
1RF.AT BAROA1NH IN Fl'RB,
1 A' i'iUCI Broadway.
No stock of fur* selling lower In ihia city Kleganee, eemfort
and durabliiiy are the seal ot myni kiiul 't irr linptirtaiion
direct. Mink, atone tnar'en, tltcn ar ? ? all* otfere I lower than
tbrlrcoat. Any quantity a( eel* for misse* and chil
dren. : 1 "in S8 to f 10 Afaociilia at f I -iimI .-I all warranted.
No deception whatever. F. I.AN l?KY, Pr oprietor.
Kfl'U AND NHW M1M.INRRY.
Al 2U4 and ICIH' fnewi I'aniil air- el,
Krrir '"lbs Pudding*.
MADAM t 'OUNHFOHO ,k CO.
Having rented a portion of
W Buchanan MeK'enrle'a eleganl prenilaea.
Are now prepared lo oiler
A n> w and beautiful "toek of
RH'II I.ADIK.S' BONNKT8,
Wlr h, on aci ounlof th*' <1. pressed tltaoa, they will sell at
VKRY RRDCCRD PRU'BH
P
ARIH FFATHFRS
s.ono im/.Ks asmortkd QCAi.iTim
will be sold iow for cash, by
HOMRR
A Krrrnim,
No. .1IM Hi iia tway.
Corner of Pearl si
INSTRUCTION.
A - ? BTSf NFSS WRITINC kr , KASir.V MCARNKD,?
?F'). DOIJRKAR'S syst. m of hand training, AuV llroibtway,
will remove al atlffnees sod 'remi liug from any hand, ami
make better business | rntnen in ten leasi.na than the ohl sys
tems do in ten months, tine &*> -eat vacant.
I (Win XEW FCPtUi AT ONK DOI.I.AR FOR TKN
1,1'UU wi ling lessona of one hour eaeh The aiihacrther
ha 4 li used the new building No Vnil llroailway, corner of
Twenllrth street, for the purpose of giving a grand aertea of
* 1 King classes to all, obi and voting, for one dollar for ten
lesson A, ot one kow ? nch I'uiiifs name* must 'ie registered
this areek, al the rooms, IVS2 Hrn.i l way corner of Franklin
sreet OL1VF.R B. UOI.DHMITH.
a oniAX last, wiin Baomn hkr kdi;ca
j\ lioti aa a lencber In France and has eiperlence in
teaching in school* and families wishes a .('nation, she in
understands Herman. French, Fogltsh, with all the higher
loam Ins ami music t ail at lib Hre. ne si , Friday aud Sa
turday, at 10 10 12 o'clock A M and 2 U> 4 P. M
B~~QOKRKKPINtl AND WRITING ARK TACOHT BT
Mi FWTKR, smhor of "Double *Wry WerhlMeM Ac,"
st 944 Broadway, Appleton's BuiMing, 11 ion sound elemenia
r v principles, > 'h-- entire esc luslon of the nn? tern ' ' an and
i.'n les-on rliarlatanry '' llpen day and eveninif. Termisio
derate.
iDl'I'A TI<>N ? A I.KNTI KM V V, TllfiROI'GIII.Y l ')K
A pete III lo give lualruction in all the branch's of natural
plmoaopht. 'cchnnlogv; alao IB languages. mii?i tc , wiahea
to iitl pupils. | ,ir'b uiarly *uch aa are desirous of finiahing
iheir edneallon Organic snd In'Cgayilc sub*'unce* r,irefu ,f
anal y red. Addre** Pr?fe*aur, IM6 Wee Twentieth *ireev,
F^RKNrD OFRMA1* AND ITALIAN TAITOHT Tf>
aduha onv i-r?a' ..oally and stainnie ?? ^My, by Mail ll?s
WAfiNF.R al Ie r f ?? lem e 4^Ufay lie... oppoalfe thw
A*' or Library l.raanns only giv u ia the afte. noon and
? venlng.
F^RKNt II LANGCAGR -PlurfSSOR D i.ackoix. 7?4
' Itr'uulway. roottniles to tri w? ? thorou 'ti In ilrucMoe .n th*r
> reneh tanguaiie imparling lo kM pi" ds th.* aiulnv i? speak
ih tlo- ucy aii?l 1 "rr1 < 'nesa. Applications re
? frtmi if to 10 P. M
m 3 to fi or from t
17
MIMIC Al?
7 Ol TAYF PTANfiS f 'h- ?i:?. |I-A AV!1?afl I.ADO
I plan"* *1 c<v?t for eaafc. Planoa a-i ! '? ?|.* 'o rent si
crlrrs suit the time*
Jl DfON A MVNOKR *22 Broadway.
Aln PFR QIARTF.R FOR MtHir A Nl? SINGINi) I.RS
?T I ' ' ? ns Term* redu. e.| by it rsi as* teacher, tf early
application ;* made Instruction, to either beginners or thoe.i
far a>!? arced, on 'he piano, ratic, ballad and aol
feci ? s(r it - The Utter e*[-ectally "ivi1 -d. Addreas ll ,
I . 1 ?*,! Poal Khce.
7 PI V IFORTKH? AND Ml ?IC TAI'GHT IN A FKW
J le??"iis >n 1 he plan *, singing, guitar, acei.r lewn and
\ o'ln I - r>n* m derate H. v.* n pl?- .. ?nd Iwo mefc*
deons to r- nt or for sale, cheaper th m e?..| n t. red
Prof IH'Msli?Y * trand slreef,
AIM 1 ' ~s *WA? I'M M. FRICF FOR v <kvf.m
vl''" '?l*ie r""cwi?id piano, large 1 m I < or' era. a<-ol
| ed boo m and keys, heavy rnotil i'ligs. fancy desk and
lis*, w: h harp pedal, two y-ara warrantee Afco, a s-eon 1
b.nlf1, ronew wsi pian w1P ne made an object loapttr
1 ha?i r. I'lam-s lo let, at ;*l Greene street, near r*nal
A. B I.INrOI.N
\<JR F tT BARGAIN FUR CASH? A FAMIt.Y Wt*T
in* money will aell their piano st half cost a splendiif
r-ieewissl 7 O' tave, round corner* rarve.l case, . rnam- niecl
In pearl ? d fold cliy make, muale snd stool wua It. I'all al
I Vs Ftrat avenue between Ninth and Tenth sireeie.
I IIMFV-r ?AI RIFI-F AN RXi'Fl I.FVT I'f * N ' It T
I little aaed, Pethla A Co makers, and warranted, will, 00
sec. mt of embsrrassmnsits, he sold at an imtn-u*- aacrlfwe.
It y Mr Weber's klndneea It m*j be a*en ?t IH> We*l I' road ?
way. near Canal strert.
I l>POKS OR TIIF PIANO ? A YOCXG K.N'.I.ISII I.ADY
.1 J -Mt*a I. tff-v. of N > M Ma.fis n ?vettue? wi'l give rr(T\l#
K ssona on 'hi piano on verv ai<*lerals kfts* >he wiil df rt'
'iue'te<l by no'e call st the residence of tim- t.n or '>lle* in
t'Siert :o qualKt atlnna relkeer res. Ac wloi. lb i*e wV> p*e
ter willcsl up 11 her for ihc sarre p "
\.rrstc at n tf f pr vr a r watnr*' v.>, rj
a)| ljr..?d v iv f'ua ssnd "ncl sirs. sis *t I iwer pri.;.-a u? 1
ever bef i, e riftr- t m 'hi* m ?eke?. Plaroe \rd tr?l- fern*
V' m. and rent ail wed 0S1 par chase. For sale >s :.if
ay mant*.
rA NO4-' FfVF VF vr ivn st pkrior tonrd t f*'
lave plan terte*. two with irve| 1 >g? an I muMI ig*.
msdc of g I' I erlsl* sod ? I ranted in ever/ resp ? 1, wCl
be aoi.' c?'re?r.i iy low for c*?h
D 1 1 li? !?MITII ItStxth anin i*,
pitjfo* for 1 \s(i ??iKtn-T i\ Nut York
I '1 'v. >11' I'.li ??? <140, me o, jolt eui 7 ?
I r fKV ? hf .'llrou (Vain ?. ?ne p^ari k-v for fifik a'
W ? - '??'id p'r.n ? fr->m *1- *0 *?i. a. J41 Ninw ir?
?tie. near Twenty s,f h airee*. ^ U0N7.AI.Kt
1!
??IIAIUL
\TAN \. rV?%?-Mi- A N II IKRMAN ^ROtRS ARR
11 .1^ . m i >: r n "-sly low raiea. for '-ash, al nay
1-lim ie Put t' taera are parlic ilarly invited *0 etam
die ? irti' s .. ... esw'ujh are being cioeed ?m u? pa?
?Nsll.
s t<eing r osed 01* lo pi
l MfclRS, if Ufo^lWi,,

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