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A Liberal Donation —We observe by an
advertisement in another column, that the New
York Biy Cemetery Company have, by resolu
tion, presented to the I. O. of O. F. six hun
dred lots for charitable burial purposes. Such
an act of benevolence we know will be duly ap
preciated by the Order, as they have long had in
contemplation of purchasing at considerable
expense Cemetery lots for the burial of the poor
members. This company was the first to ofler
lots at a price within the means of all classes,
which must be of great advantage to the city, as
it will soon prevent all burials within our dense
population. We trust the liberality and enter
prise of this pbilanlhiopic Company will be
sccoaied by the whole community.
(JO The Camden and Amboy Railroad Com
pai y, we see have reduced their way fares to
two and a half cents per mile, and will issue
commutation or season tickets to any point on
their roads. We don’t think any solicitation
could have induced them to have done it a year
ago, although the same necessity for low fares
existed at that time, or at any time within the
last fifteen years, that exists now. The truth is,
they are alarmed at the demonstration now
being made againtt the monopoly, and hope, by
a show of liberality, to be able to conciliate the
people of New Jersey.
A Gem.—Among the pictures at the Fair at
Castle Garden is one by Blonde], who is declar
ed by bis admirer?, and that is some counting,
to be the best painter of ladies that this country
has produced—excepting Sully. We are not cf
the profession, but so far as our judgment goes
we think that Jessica (from Shakspere’s Shy
lock,') is a perfect gem of a p : c?ure, and share in
the regret which the present owner fee's in
being compelled to offer it for sale.
Truth on the Gallop.— An indisputable fact is
now going the rounds in the city and country, with
race horee speed Do you ask what it is ? Purchase
a pair of cheap Boots at Jones’s, No. 14 Ann street,
and you, yourself, will help to “keep it before the
people ”
OTT” The Sunday Dispatch, and all the other Sun
day, Weekly and Monthly rubrications, together
wan all the new publication of tne day, may be ol
•ained at the store of Mr. Rodnques, No. 331 Spring
street, near the market. Also a variety of pictures
and picture frames of the most splendid descriptions.
The proprietor is always willing and ready to ac
commodate his customers. Mr. Rodnques, would
inform the citizens of New York, that he will receive
subscriptions foi>any of the Philadelphia and Boston
papers and other publications, and deliver them to
any part of the city at publishers prices.
DIED
On the 4th inst.. after a long and painful illness,
MBS. MARGARET M. BONNARD, in the 54th year
of her age, formerly of Glasgow, Scotland.
tier remains were taken to Greenwood Cemetery
for interment. , ...
On the 6th inst. ISABELLA QUlNN,twin daughter
of James and Maria Quinn, aged 3 years and 15 days.
Her funeral will take place to-day (Sunday) at 2
o’clock, from the residence of her parents, 37/ Third
Avenue. The friends of the family are respectfully
invited to attend.
On Saturday morning, October 6th, of consump
tion, THOMAS MARTIN, in the 34th year of his age.
His friends, and those nt his brother Stephen and
brother-in-law John R. Simpson, are respectfully in
vited to attend his funeral to-day (Sunday) at half
past 1 o’clock precisely, from the house of Johnß
Simpson, 38 Amity st.
His remains will be taken to Greenwood.
70 THE I. O. OF O. F.
(Cr* A report, emanating from the Chairman of the
Cemetery Convention, was published on the sth in- '
stant, which is calculated to mislead and deceive
those to whom it is addressed, in regard to the ex- '
pense of burials at the two Cemeteries, which wc }
think requires some notice from us—the following is t
the calculation referred to:
In relation to the comparative cost of an interment .
in the “ New York”and “ Cypress Hills” Cemeteries,
the following was presented: J
Price of a grave (19 feet) in New York Ceme- 1
tery $3 60 .
Opening an ' closing grave 200 1
Carriages for mourners to and from (contem- i
plated Ferry 300 ,
Ferriage for four persons 16 ,
$8 16 i
Trice of grave in Cypress Hills Cemetery $o 60 .
Opening and closing grave 100 J
Carriage to Cemetery and back, via. Williams- <
burgh 309 j
Ferriage, (half price for funerals) 025 *
$1 85 7
Balance in favor of Cypress Hills $3 31 (
The expense of hearse and addition carriages will i
be the same to either Cemetery. 5
This calculation is artfully got up, and the chair- ,
man deserves the thanks of the Cypress Hills Com- ,
pany for his ingenuity; but how does he make out j
the balance in favor of Cypress Hills? By supposing -
that the cost for four persons, in a carriage, to the j
New York Bay Company ferry, say one mile from j
the City Hall, and requiring but an hour, at $3, the
same as the Cypress Hills, which is at least seven j
(instead of four and a half miles) by Williamsburgh, ,
or nine by Brooklyn, requiring not less than six ,
hours on the average to accomplish. Now, can any £
sane man make such a statement as this? and can any
person of common sense believe it? But we contend
that carriages are unnecessary to our grounds, unless
in very bad weather. Having no desire to deceive, -
we will give a fair and honest calculation, submiting i
it to the good sense of all candid men.
Cost of a burial at C. Hills C’y, not for
four, but lor 60 persons, by R. road.slo
Do. in carriages to ferry, at $1 each 15
Ferry, 2 cents 1 20
Opening and closing grave 2 S2B 20
Or if by carriages (usual price is $5) say
£l% $67 50
Ferriage cents each way 3 75
Opening and closing grave 2 s73 25
Charging nothing for land, the cost is $73 25.
cost at the n. y. bay cemetery:
60 persons by ferry $ 2 40
Carriages to the ferry 15 i
Opening and closing grave 2
Cost of Land ... 75—520 15
But as carriages will be unnecessary, de-
duct sls
Leaving the whole expenses her only 515
One word more to the Order. We deplore ex
ceedingly this controversy into which we have been '
dragged by the imprudent attacks upon us; we
speak here, only in self-defence, and therefore we
address ourselves to our Brethren, among whom we
have a right to be heard, believing that we have nev
er yet violated our obligations of honor, uprightness
and charity—and wo pledge ourselves that every
promise we make in relation to our Cemetery will be ;
faithfully redeemed. We love the Order, and have !
wished to provide a Cemetery that shall be conse
crated to Friendship and Love, where our Brothers
and those they love may repose in peace, surround
ed by the Insignia of the Fraternity and Nature’s
beauty, “ when life’s fitful fever is over, and their
earthly mission is done.”
As a finale to this controversy, the Company have
passed the following resolution:—
Resolved, That the N. Y. Bay Cemetery Company
will present to the Lodges of the I. O. of O. F. OF
this city, SIX HUNDRED BURIAL LOTS in our
Cemetery, for charitable purposes, and respectfully
ask each Lodge to appoint a committee to select
their location from any Lots unsold, when a deed,
free from all incumbrances, will ba made to the
Trustees, or otherwise, as they shall direct.
GEO. WOOD, Treas’r, >
JAMES T. LEETE, Sec’y. 5
New York, Ocf. 6, 1849.
P. B.—As reports have been circulated that we
could not make conveyances, we hope the following
certificate will quiet them. I do hereby certify that
the lands held by the New York Bay Cemetery Com
pany was sold to themby me and the title to the same
is perfect, having been in my family for nearly two
hundred years. The incumbrances for the balance
of the purchase money are also owned by me, and I
do hereby agree to release all lots purchased of the
Company when the said lots are paid for in full.
JACOB VREELAND.
MR. G. VALE WILL LECTURE, ON
Sunday next, at 3M p- m., at Eagle Hall, Delaney st.,
near the Bowery, on the Substitute for Popular
Faith, und Sectarian Morality. Monthly meeting of
the Independent Order of Libeals at p m. Free
Library open from Ito 5 p. m. Just publisned “ Re
ply to Dr. West’s Ten Axioms, and Review of late
Debate,” 15 cents, by G. Vale, Beacon office, Franklin
Square. It*
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been issued at the most moderate prices.
416 BROADWAY, cor Canal street,
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of Bassford’s superior Patent Air Cushion, Slate and
Marble Tables. Balls and Pins for thi German,
French and Spanish games. These Rooms are kept
for exercise only. Betting specially forbidden.
N. B.—Tables and Trimmings for sale.
The Bowling Saloon, formerly kept by Horn, will
be either sold nr rented. Apply as above. Sl6
CHEVALIER’S CUTLERY STORE,
No. 184 BROADWAY, (near John street,) New York
Manufacturer of
DENTAL AND SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS.
BOWIE KNIVES AND DIRKS,
RAZORS AND CARVING KNIVES,
AND DEALERS IN
PEN, POCKET and TABLE KNIVES and FORKS;
RAZORS and STROPS, of the best makers;
TAILORS’ SHEARS, and Trimmers ;
SCISSORS of all kinds and Sizes;
Tooth, Nail, and Shaving BRUSHES;
DRESSING CASES, TWEEZERS, KEY RING
NAIL FILES, &C.
The largest assortment to select from, and th
Cheapest Store in the city. s 9 6m 3m*
rur cipßico's poetical library.—
Nt . 2.
Eureka, Eureka! sure, under the sun,
There never till now were such prodigies done,
For, the magical world has conferred a great boon,
By establishing Cifrico’s Bathing Saloon!
Its comforts unequalled, as eveiyone find.
Its economy’s suited to every mind,
Our five common senses discover q lite scon,
The advantage of Ciprico’s t having Saloon.
Stop! savans, clerks, tradeemen, and merchant at
large,
Think of Ciprico’s benefits—Ciprico’s charge,
The arrangements preclude all competitive room
With Ciprico’s far famed Hair Dressing Saloon.
The public that’s knowing—the widely awake,
Are up to these faets, and advantage take,
Of a glorious shave in the elegant room
Belonging to Ciprico’s Bathing Saloon.
H d<lres S V Ci P ric ®’» Shaving. Hair-Dressing,
and Bathing Saloons, attached to Hntoi
corner of Chatham and Frankfort sts . ’ S 3O 4t» ’
H-GUR NEY’S DAGUERREOTYPE ROOMS
189 BROADWAY.
Come listen gwod people of every clime,
When you visit New York, if you only have time
Please call at J. Gurney’s at one eighty-nine.
And if you don’t get a perfect likeness, a “ leetle’
the handsomest “picter,” and a Daguerreotype as
durable as any thing on “airth,” the fault won’t be
mine. 6 g 3m »
eST’FIRE INSURANCE.—THE BROOKLYN
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, having been twen
ty-five years in operation, 'continue to insure stores,
d' ve *‘ ,n ff s. and other buildings, merchandise, house
hold furniture, vessels in port and their cargoes, on
as reasonable tei ms as any similar institution Offices
No. 6 Merchants’Exchange, Wall street, New York
and 43 B ulton street. Brooklyn
a a WM. ELLSWORTH, President.
Alfred G. Stevens, Secretary. jyß 9m*
BAGLEY'S GOLD PENS.”—-A. G.
BAGLAY & CO., would very respectfully intimate
to dealers that their new style of Bagley’s Improv
fd Patent Extension Pen and Pencil Cases, with
Bagley’s Premium Gold Pens; and now ready also
Gold and Silver Pen and Pencil eases of new and
beantiful patterns! Dealers may depend on an im
mediate supply of their orders at the lowest trade
prices. Warehouse (old stand) 189 JJjoadway.
New Xoik; Mwoh IW9. 830 3ja»
1 JKF- TO THE CEMETERY CONVENTION
r OF THE I. O. OF O. P.—Your Chairman on last
Tuesday evening, so far compromised the dignity of
his station in order to screen himself from your me
’ rited indignation, as to knowingly misstate facts, per
l vert language, and again charge me with using
Messrs. Bremer & Rice’s names without their con
t sent; then, with the aid of his five friends, prevent
ed my replying to his harangue, by an adjournment;
leaving me the only alternative, which I now im
prove, to repel his attack, and expose the slanderer
The assertion by the Chairman of an O. F. Con
vention, that the N. Y. Bay Cemetery Co .(every
! member of which is an O. F.) hired me to LIE for
them, deserves the full penalty of the Order for ma
liciously slandering a Brother; which is expulsion
■ from the Order, and which he so richly deserves;
and that “ my bread and butter depended upon the
sale of Lots to the Order,” could emanate but
from the same source; for I haye never introduced
the subject to any Lodge, not even my own, or soli
cited an O. F. tobuya lot; and the proposition of
the Company is, not to sell to tho Lodges, but to
facilitate the liberal and members to
give their Lodge a Burial Place in their beautiful
Cemetery. His accusation that I had called the
Convention a Humbug, I admit, but the term applies
to its Acts, not to the individuals composing it; some
of its members called the passing of the resolution
to go to the Cyress Hills, a Humbug, and 1 think it
emphatically so, and a much greater one, if car
ried out.
The Chairman also said that “he did not believe
the following certificate was ever signed by Messrs.
Bremer and Rice.” This was but to screen himself
from the infamy it fastens upon him. He did not
want you to believe it, for it shows that it was cnly
by misrepresentations and trick, and with the pro.
miso that it should not be published, that he imposed
upon those gentlemen, by getting their signatures,
denying that which they had never said, for the pur
pose of prejudicing the public against any statement
published by mo. Read the certificate.
September 28, 1849.
Mr. Leavenworth—Sir:—lt being represented to
me that you had published an article over my signa
ture, “as condemnatory of the action of the Ceme
tery Convention of the 1. O. of O F.”and being con
fident that the paper I did sign, was not to con
demn the action of the Convention, but to express
MY OPINION AND BELIEF THAT THE N. Y. Bay CEME
TERY WAS A MORE ECONOMICAL AND BEAUTIFUL LOCA
TION for a Cemetery for the Order than Cypress
Hills, and recommending the Order and indivi
duals to secure lots therein, or to visit it before
purchasing. 1 therefore, at the request of Mr. Skin
ner certified, (but upon the express condition that
it should not be PUBLISHED,) that 1 had not autho
rized “ any publication as condemning the action of
that Convention,” except as above.
Respectfully yours,
Signed, HENRY BREMER,
of Solon Lodge, No. 339.
1 approve of the above, except as to the promise of
not publishing it. S. N. RICE,
of Hospitaller Lodge, No. 295.
There was no condemnation of the Convention in
the first card, it was only expressing their opinion,
as those, who voted for the resolutionshad expres
sed theirs. The attempt by this Chairman and his
clique of five, to disgrace and insult a brother, by
passing a resolution “ that I should not speak, or ap
pear again in the Convention,” alter being publicly
invited there, and the other resolution, present! d
and seconded “ that the N. Y. Bay Cemetery Co.
BE REQUESTED TO PLACE ME IN ONE OF THEIR VAULTS,”
is in keeping with the whole proceedings of this
Convention.
If this be the spirit of Odd Fellowship, I have stu
died its principles to little purpose; Love, Friend
ship, and Truth, preside neither over, nor in your
Convention, but Strife, Dissension, and Hatred ap
pear to have usurped their places, and brought dis
grace and contempt upon it.
Your Chairman cannot be doing his duty to the
Order, by surreptitiously obtaining certificates, or
exhibiting others, false in every particular,land fabri
cated for the sole purpose of injuring the N. Y. Bay
Cemetery as occasions offer, and which he dare not
publish. His statement that the expenses of a bu
rial were $8 31 more to the N. Y. Bay Cemetery than
to the Cypress Hille, which was again repeated in
his card yesterday, and that if I would prove the
reverse, ho would be in favor of the N. Y. Bay Ce
metery; I will take him at his word, feeling confident <
that he will not keep it; but I shall not take four i
persons, as the number at a burial; believing that j
every O. F. (except Skinner) has more than this <
number of friends who would accompany his remains ’
to the grave, but such an one as we daily see passing j
in our streets. He would have yon believe that as ]
carriages are indispensable to go to the Cypress
Hills, they necessarily must be so to go to the New s
York Bay Cemetery; but herein lies the difference— ‘
they will be unnecessary. And how long the Cypress
Hills Co. will continue to open and close a grave for <
one dollar—it being worth two dollars—may be in- j
ferred from the many promises already made and not i
fulfilled. But say $1 for opening and closing grave;
7 carriages for 30 persons is S2B, at $1 each—usual
charge is ss—and call the land nothing. Or by rail
road—ferry and railroad for 30 persons, is $9,60; hoarse
50; opening and closing grave, sl, and a walk of a
mile; making it by carriages $29; or by railroad slllO.
And to the New York Bay Cemetery for 30 persons—
Ferry $1 20; opening and closing grave $2; land, say
75; making $3 85; and if by land, it cannot cost as
much to go miles in Jersey, as sor 8 miles on Long
Island.
Now, Mr. Skinner must show this statement to be
incorrect, or to recommend the New York Bay Ce
metery to tho Order, or again stand before tho Con
vention as self-convicted of misrepresentation and
subterfuge. WM. LEAVENWORTH,
o7 it of Olive Branch Lodge, No 5.
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number of cases substantiating the truth ef this '
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adjust received, a letter from
THE AUTHOR, N. P. WILLIS, ESQ.-Dont la ;
PEN3EE ORIGINALE ET L’ELEGANEE DE STYLE 80NT
GENERALEMENT ADMIRES.
New York, Aug. 2, 1849.
Dear Madam: -I am happy to acknowledge the
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S THAYER COZZENS, late of the Amer. Hotel.
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prices, Safes of all sizes, possessing every superior
quality to render them Proof against Fire and Bur
glars, AND FREE FROM DAMPNESS.
To correct the misstatements daily published by
those who apply the name “ Salamander” to the
Safes they offer, the subscriber is induced to state
that it was first adopted and applied by him, and that
every improvement made in Fire Froof Sales, during
tho past 20 years, has originated with, or has been
first adopted by him—that he has sold about 8.000
Safes to merchants, bankers, jewellers, lawyers,
and for record and various public offices—and that
in more than one hundred instances his Safes have
been most thoroughly tested, and not one of “ GAY
LER’S SALAMANDERS” has failed to aflord PER
FECT SECURITY AGAINST FIRE. See certifi
cates published of the successful tests, in the great
fires in this city, St. Louis, Buffalo, and various other
places. C. J. GAYLER, 128 Water st.
GREAT FIRE AT ST.""IOUIS. MAY 1849-SEVE
RAL BLOCKS OF STORES DESTROYED.
NINE OF GAYLER’S SAFES TESTED.
CERTIFICATE.
St. Louis, 7th July, 1819.
We, the undersigned, had m use in the second story
of our store, at the time of the late great fire in the
city of St. Louis, (Msy 18.1849.) one of C. J. Gsyler’s
Improved Patent Salamander Safes, and certify that
in our opinion it was subjected to as great a degree
of heat as any other safe in said lire; that it fell from
the second story, and remained in the heated ruins
for several Jays, and when removed and opened, all
the books, papers, Sic , &c., were found entirely un
injured. We believe, from the above stated facts
that Gayler s Safe’s are strictly fire proof, and we
have the greatest confidence in recommending them
to the public.
N. B.—The Sale was not injured by falling
(Signed,) CROUL.McCREERY & BaRKsDALE.
To C. J. Gayler, Iron Safe Maker, New York.
The subscriber had eight other Safes exposed more
or less to the above great fire, all of which proved
equally as secure as the Safe above referred to. Not
one of Gayler’s Salamander Safes has in any one in
stance failed to aflord perfect security against fire.
C. J. GAYLER, 128 Water st.
FIRE AT BUFFALO.
CERTIFICATE.
Buffalo, January 6,1849.
This may certify that one of C J. Gayler’s single :
Salamander Safes was in our soap and candle manu .
factory, which, with several other buildings, was
destroyed by fire on the night of the 4th inst.
The building contained a large quantity of tallow, j
rosin, grease, &c , which produced a very intense .
heat. The wind was blowing a gale at the time, and
the Safe was in the leeward srde of the building, I
when it fell with the burning mass into the cellar, t
where it remained until the building was entirely ,
consumed. J
No water was thrown upon the fire. The safe was 1
subjected to a heat so intense, that the brass knob, j
name, plate, escutcheon, were entirely melted oft’. .
Yeton opening the safe next morning, (which we J
did with the key, we are pleased to state that we J
found its contents consisting of books, papers and j
bank bills, (the latter were in the drawer,) uninfii
red and perfectly legible. We have purchased ano- i
ther of Mr. Gayler’s Safes, and have every confi- (
dence in its security against fire. From actual expe
rience, we cheerfully recommend them to the pub- 1
lie. (Signed ) GILBERT & CO. 1
lo C. J. Gayler, N. York. (
CERTIFICATE <
of Capt. Comstock, of the steamer Empire State. £
New York, Feb. 10, JB«9.
Dear Sir—The Improved Single Salamander Safe c
of your manufacture, that was on the steamer Em- 1
pire State, which was burned on the Uth ult., at the
wharf at F all River, 1 am pleased to inform you has '
fully sustained the confidence 1 had in its fire-proof t
qualities. 'J he machinery, and the whole interior of r
the boat bear evidence that the heat was intense;
and the safe was so located as to be fully exposed to c
its effects tor several hours, and for a longer period c
than it would have been in the destruction of a large
building by fire. 1
The safe contained all the valuable silver plate a
and the books and papers belonging to the boat The j
entire contents were fully preserved, and were found
not in any way injured. t
Owners and others interested in steamboats parti
cularly, and all wh« wish to preserve their books, .
plate, money and other valuables, from fire, can, in 1
my opinion, have all the security they desire, in the 1
use of the Salamander Safe of your manufacture.
Yours truly,
(Signed,) JOSEPH J.COMSTOCK. c
To CJ. Gayler, New York. o7 3t (
DR. SWAYAJE’S J
CELEBRATED FAMILY MEDICINES. (
CURE FOLLOWS CURH •
MORE PROOFS OF THE EFFICACY OF x
DR, SWAYNE’S
COMPOUND SYRUP OF WILD CHERRY.
Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Bronchitis, Liver Com
plaint, Spitting Blood, Difficulty of Breathing,
Pain in the Side and Breast, Palpitation of
the Heart, Influenza. Croup, Broken
Constitution. Sore Throat, Breast
and Lungs; the most effectu
al and speedy cure ever
known for any of the
above disea-
ses is t
DR. SWAYNE’S I
COMPOUND SYRUP OF WILD CHERRY. <
A VOICE FROM SCHUYLKILL CO.
PLEASE BEAD THIS EXTRAORDINARY CURE J
Di. Swayne— Dear Sir:—About six years ago, 1 dis
covered that my lungs were affected, my disease in- ’
creased until 1 was compelled to keep my room, and
at last my bed 1 had greatpain in my left side, upon
which 1 could not (ay in bed, and in the morning my
cough was so severe that I found it very painful to
throw up the phlegm which gathered in great quan
tities on my lungs, when fortunately f bought oi y our ‘
agent, in this place, one bottle of your Compound
Syrup of Wild Cherry, which so much relieved me i
that 1 continued using it until now. 1 used six
bottles, and am happy to tell you I feel perfectly f
well. I can now follow my daily avocation without (
being afflicted with that painful hacking, weakening e
cough, and 1 firmly believe that to your medicine 1
am indebted lor this great change, and am very hap- ‘
py to subscribe myself.
WILLIAM BEAUMONT.
St. Clair. Schuylkill, county, Pa., 5an.29,1849
Dr. SWAYNE’S VERMIFUGE is very pleasant '
io the taste, destroys worms, cures all forms of dys- <
pepsia; by taking a dose after each meal, increases
the appetite, improves the strength, and richly pays .
all those who make use of it. His Sugar-Coated <
Sarsaparilla and Tar Pills are the very best ca
thartic, and act upon the bowels without the least ,
pain, regulate all the functions of the liver, &c.
I he above are prepaied only bv Dr. SWAYNE,
N. W corner of EIGHTH and RACE streets, Phila
delphia.
Agents for New York City.- Chas. H. Ring, cor.
Broadway and John sts; E. B. Warner. 205 Bleecker
st.; R. A. Sands, 188 Bowery; J S. Lewis, 527 Green- .
wich st.; A. B. & D. Sands, 100 Fulton, cor. William;
Wm. H. Forman, cor. of Grand and Norfolk; J. B.
D0dd,771 Broadway; Rushton, 110 Broadway and 10
Astor House; Scheiftelin Bros. & Co., John st.; How
land, Keese &. Co., 8j Maiden lane; Mrs Hayes, «
Brooklyn. o7 3m* t
THE BANK NOTE REPORTER ’
AND COUNTERFEIT DETECTOR, ,
ISSUED TO REGULAR SUBSCRIBERS, daily, ,
weekly, semi-monthly and monthly, on the fol
lowing terms:—Daily, sl2; Weekly, $2; semi-month- 1
ly. $1; including a copy oi the COIN CHART MA
NUAL, (containing 850 lac simile coins.) and the AU- <
TOGRAPHICAL COUNTERFEIT DETECTOR, 1
free of charge. Address <
o7ly 6m* J. THOMPSON, 61 Wall st N. York.
ONE PRICE STORE.
CLOTHING CHEAPER THAN EVER
at the 1
FULTON SAVINGS BANK,
90 Fulton street.
THE SUBSCRIBERS having become satisfied of
the iniquity of the system which makes the
man who is disposed to give a fair value for his
Clothing,
PAY FOR LOSSES,
By those who are not, have decided on adopting the .
ONE PRICE SYS lEM in their business, and gentle- •
men purchasing of them, may rest assured that they
will NOT BE IMPOSED UPON, by having to pay
for their neighbors’ clothing.
We are now prepared with a NEW STOCK OF
FALL AND WINTER GOODS, of the latest styles, ,
at lower prices than ever before attempted ! ,
Dress and Frock Coats, of French and English
Cloth.
Sack and Office Coats,of Cloth, Cassimere, Tweed,
and Cashmarette.
Over Sacks, of black, blue, green, brown, drab, &c.
Cloaks, of super French black, blue. &.c.
Pants, of Doeskin, plain and fancy Cassimere, Sa
tinett. &c.
Vests, of Silk, Satin, Valentia. Bombazin®, Cloth, &c
Shirts, Cravats, Suspenders, Handkerchiefs, &c.
N. B.—A good assortment of Boys’Clothing always
on hand
P. 8 Garments of all kinds made to erder at the ■
shortest notice.
Remember, No. 90.
J. P. BRITTON,
WM. W- PARSELLS.
P. S.—All goods purchased at this Establishment
may be returned if not as represented. o7 2mis*
DEAFN£SS~
USE DR. McNAIR’S ACOUSTIC OIL, for tho
cure of Deafness. Also, all those disagreeable
noises, like the buzzing of insects, falling of water,
whizzing of steam, which are symptoms of approach
ing deafness. Many persons who have been deaf for
ten, fifteen, or twenty years, and were subject to use
ear-trumpets, have, after using one or two bottles,
thrown aside these trumpets, beinsr made perfectly
well. It has cured cases of ten, Ifteen, and even
thirty years’ standing, of deafness.
RHEUMATISM.
Cnmstock’s Hewes’Nerve and Bone Liniment and
Indian Vegetable Elixir, is warranted to cure any
case of Rheumatism, Gout, contracted Chords and
Muscles, or Stiff Joints, strengthens Weak Limbs,
and enables those who are crippled to walk again.
Use this article and be cured, or go without it and
suffer, as you please. Certificates of cures by the
hundred can be seen at 57 John street, where this ar
ticle is sold only genuine.
THE GREAT PAIN-KILLER.
No medicine has been discovered that is so happi
ly-adapted to use internally as drops to be taken,
and yet perform such wonders when applied exter
nally, as a wash, or bath, by friction.
A YORK SHILLING (12 cents) is all you have to
risk to try it; and as that sum can be no object to the
proprietor, it is hoped that such a price can be no
obstacle to any family, and will never prevent its
trial.
The price, from twelve to filly cents per bottle, ac
cording to the size, will enable all to use it. If you
doubt, begin with a 12 cent bottle, and that will re
remove your doubts, and make you buy and use, and
recommend it to your friends more than a hundred
certificates would. Who will fail to try it then, and
save life and suffering for a York shifling?
This “ Pain Killer” may be used with a success
that will astonish the beholder, in such cases as the
following:—Cholera Morbus, Distressing Dysentery,
Pain in the Side and Stomach, Corns, Cuts and Brui
ees, Cholera Infantum, Bronchitis, Healing Sores on
Man or Beast, Children Teething, Raising Blood,
Hoarseness, Quinsy in a few hours. Chilblains and
Frosted Feet, Spasms. Prevent a Blister from Burns,
Broken Breasts, Measles, Cramps, Hurts, Scratches,
or Torn Flesh, Bites or Stings.
Certificates to fill a volume might be published,
showing the wonderful effects of “ Mrs. Brown’s
Pain Killer,” but they are too common, and used for
articles of no merit; and the one shifting bottle will
do more than a thousand unknown names to con
vince the user.
Principal office for all the above is only at
o7 3mis* COMSTOCK’S, 5t John st.
~NEW FURNITURE STORE,
166 CANAL STREET.
THE ADVERTISER, having opened the above
store, is prepared to supply his friends and the
public generally with every thing in the line, of a
durable quality, modern style, and at the lowest pos
sible rates.
To those wishing to purchase for themselves or
friends at the South or West, will find it to their ad
vantage to give me a call.
o7 3m* JOHN HIGGINS.
FALL FASHIONS.
DEPOT DES MODES FRANCAISE. 5 and
. Division st.—MRS. LYON ISAACS desires
most respectfully to inform her numerous pa
trons and the public that her show Rooms are
> now filling, stocked with patters of the
FALL FASHIONS,
[ just imported from Europe.
Mrs. L. 1. trusts a continuation of public favors, and
flatters herself that by continued promptitude and
attention to city and country orders, she will merit
, the same.
N.B—Ladies furnishing their own materials, will
find every benefit possible to derive therefrom.
Country milliners supplied with pattern bonnets at
t wholesale prices.
1 Please observe, 5 and 5% Division st. o7 3m*
> THE OLD FASHWNEDFReFaND
EASY revived at the HERMITAGE, N 0,47 Bayard
st. The proprietors beg leave most respectfully
1 to inform their friends and the public, that they in
tend to re-open on Saturday evening next, Oct. 13th,
18i9, under the management of that well known favo
rate.
OLD YATES AT HOME.
o7 t* DONALD REORDAN, Proprietors.
\ PEBWN’fiFRHEUMATiCLOMOTi,
Is sold at No. 6 Bowery, where certificates from
some of our most eminent citizens, of the most re
i markable cures of Rheumatism and Sprained Limbs
on record, can be seen of both man and Price
75 c«at s Wtle, ifi c?
DER SCHON QLANZ, OR THE
JENNY LIND HAIR GLOSS.
The UNDERSIGNED having become the solo
proprietors of “ Der Schon Glanz, or Jenny Lind
Hair Gloss.” by purchase of the copyright, are now
prepared to furnish the public with the most beauti
ful and splendid preparation for the hair ever before
prepared in this or any other country.
The proprietors of Der Schon Glanz or Jenny
Lind Hair (Hoss are not going to claim anything by
. way of putting it. beyond what it merits, nor beyond
what its application to the hair shall prove to be
true ; but they say unhesitatingly that the lasting 1
beauty, brilliancy and softness imparted to the hair ,
by the use of this Hair Gloss cannot be attained by
I the use of any other hair preparation in the world.
Its effects are unlike oils or any other preparation
. ever heretofore made, as it is not followed by dry
, ness and crispness; and as by one free application
the hair becomes luxuriantly soft and is changed to
the richest hue. and a splendid gloss is imparted
which is reproduced with increased brilliancy by 1
mere brushing, or even by washing the hair. This ■
is more than with truth can be said of any other hair 1
preparation in existence; and proves beyond all
doubt that this hair compound furnishes a natural I
oil to the hair, and which is absorbed and retained <
by the hair, a desideratum which has long been .
sought but never before attained.
From the universal satisfaction Der Sch°n Glanz
or Jenny Lind Hair Gloss has given, the proprietors
are satisfied that its virtues only want to be known
to induce anyone who may want a beautiful hair
preparation, to purchase this article in preference .
to any other which has ever come before the public, j
They, therefore, invite any lady or gentleman who
may wish to try the Jenny Lind Hair Gloss, before .
purchasing, to call at the principal office, 71 Cham- .
bers st., where an application will, if desired, be 1
made to the hair without charge, so that its virtues
may be tested before buying.
The recipe for the Jenny Lind Hair Gloss has been
procured from the European proprietor at great ex
pense, and to guard against pirating, the copyright j
was at once secured and duly printed on the wrap- (
per, and which accompanies every bottle of the «
genuine. Notwithstanding this, however, a spuri- j
ous or counterfeit article has made its appearance 1
in this city, bearing the name “ Jenny Lind Hair 1
Gloss.” This spurious or counterfeit article may ea- (
sily be detected by being particular to observe that <
every bottle of the genuine has on the wrapper the (
German title, “ Der Schon Glanz,” which the spu- <
rious has not, and also by its being the production of j
“ Julius Whoelher, the distinguished German che- ■<
mist and physiologist.” Eveiy bottle of the genuine t
will also hereafter bear the name “ Jenny Lind Hair
Gloss’ blown in the glass, and the name of our firm ]
stamped in wax over the cork; and every person (
who may be found vending a spurious article, either j
under the name of Der Schon Glanz, or Jenny Lind -
Hair Gloss, or in any manner using our trade mark,
will be at once proceeded against to the full extent
of the law. A pamphlet containing a few of the t
many flattering testimonials will accompany each 1
bottle. 1
The genuine may be found lor sale at 192,
411,461,595,771 and 819 Broadway—at 78, 134, and 363 9
Bowery—l 26 Canal st.—9B Fulton st.. New York;—at J
Mrs Hayes’, 175 Fulton st, Brooklyn, and at J. V. B.
Fowler & Co.’s, Newburgh.
sl6 3mis*ELY & CO., 71 Chambers st.
PROF. BARRY’S TRICOPHEROUS, |
OR
MEDICATED COMPOUND. ’
K7=- NOT A FAMILY IN THE LAND should he <
without a supply of this inestimable preparation, [
which is no less valuable as an immediate and un- t
failing xernedy for diseases of the skin, the muscles J
and the glands, and all external injuries, than as a
means of eradicating scurf and dandruff, renewing
the hair and preventing its loss, and impaiting to the
fibrous mass a rich luxuriance and a brilliant lustre.
Throughout the length and breadth of the United
States the Tricopherous has received the sanction g
and approval of the Faculty, and Professor Barry "
now holds, and is prepared to exhibit to all who de
sire to see them, original testimonials from eminent
medical men, of the most conclusive character. The
instantaneous e#ect of this great counter-irritant in a
reducing external inflammation, however fiery and
by whatever cause produced, is striking and extra- $
ordinary. The superficial absorbents which, acting
like so many syphons, take up whatever is applied
to the surface, whetherit be balm or poison, convey
this gentle, stimulating, yet anti-inflammatory fluid
into the external circulation, supplying thereto a 4
healthful tone, and enabling the vessels of the skin 8
to throw oft’ by evaporation through the pores the t
materies morbi or elements of fever. By this pro- b
cess the irritating principle which occasions pirn- J
pies, rashes, blotches, erysipelas, nettle rash, prick- p
ly heat, scald head, and which is equally active in a
cuts, bruises, burns, scalds and the bites and stings tl
of insects, is rapidly expelled, the pain and itching n
are alleviated; the redness fades; and a complete °
cure is invariably accomplished. The name stimu- h
lating property which restores health, vigor and a
vegetative power to the scalp, and through the scalp n
to the hair, enables the skin upon any part of the I'
body to relieve itselffrom disease. The whole notion
of the Tricopherous is in harmony with the well un- ~
derstood principle that nothing but healthful exter- I
nal stimulus will determine the fluids to the surface 1
and enable the exhausted and torpid vessels which J
have been conquered by inflammation, to conquer in a
their turn, and put the fiery intruder to flight.
The cheapness of the Tricopherous places it with
in the reach of the poorest—its varied uses and ac- «
knowledged efficacy render it indispensable to all. *
Sold in large bottles, price 25 cents,at the principal
office, 137 Broadway, and of the following Agents:—
G. W. Childs & Co., Philadelphia; Mrs. Brown, Bos
ston; Pontier & Hartle ts, Baltimore; Haviland & S
Harrall, Charleston, S. C.; F. Bromberg, Mobile;
G. Wright & Co., New Orleans; J. Hemmeon, Hali
fax, Nova Scotia. For sale,also, by druggists gene- £
rally throughout the United States and Canada. y
s 2 3m*ly f
— —— j
MR. WILSON. v
PRESIDENT OF THE ASTROLO- f
GICAL SOCIETY IN LONDON, ii
CAN be consulted on all the events of life at his
residence No. 86 Grand st., second door from “
Green. Fee for Ladies 50 cents; Gentlemen sl. £
MR. WILSON is the only person who predicted “
correctly the marriage of Queen Victoria, and des- *
cribed her husband, two years before it took place. '
P S.—Bring the time of birth with you. s3O 4t* ®
BANK COFFEE HOUSE
I c
DINING SALOON. £
NO. 11 PINE STREET, s
WILL on and after Monday, October Ist, 1849, bo £
under the sole management and superinten- a
denee of P
MR. WILLIAM ROWE, c
formerly of the “Union Club,” Broadway, Perkins’ s
Odd Fellows’ Hall, Sherwood & Fisher’s, Broadway (
and Walker st., and Mr. Windust’s, Park Row. a
s3O 3m* ± y
MRS. BEMAN
HAS for sale, and makes to order in three days, or
in 21 hours if necessary, (as she has 400 hands I
constantly employed,) every description ot fine and ’
fashionable *■
SHlßTS.—Stitched and embroideredbosoms; fancy, f
drab, buff, colored, &c., Palo Alto full bosoms; golden <-
flax linens, York mills muslins. &c. &c.
Of CRAVATS, Mrs. BEMAN has a most princely c
assortment, as also of BEMAN COLLARS, gloves,
hosiery, and gentlemen’s furnishing generally.
4,000 REGULAR CUSTOMERS.
Shirt Store, No. 1 Astor House.
Manufactory, No 13 Beekman street.
Laundry and Gent’s Washing, 132 Nassau street. 1
Cheap Shirts &c.. No. 131 Nassau st s3O 4t*
PREMIUM BOOTS. ’
J CONRAD, Nos. 9 Ann st. and 66 Market st., makes a
•to order and keeps constantly on hand, a large j
and handsome assortment of the finest of French Pa
tent Leather and Calf Skin Dress Boots and Shoes, f
Cork and Double Soles, as well as all other kinds of
water-proof Winter Boots; all made at the shortest
notice, of the very best materials, and keeps no sc- t
cond quality Boots. (
N B.—J. CONRAD has received four premiums at (
the Fairs of the American Institute, for the super!- 1
ority of his Boots. 523 3m c
AND WELLS, ?
' phrenologists,
Nos. 129 and 131 Nassau Street,
yY CLINTON HALL ’ NEW YORK, a
I PUBLISH WORKS ON 1
J \ PHRENOLOGY, PHYSIOLOGY, IIY- ®
| DROPATHY AND MAGNETISM. i
ttlr' Verbal and written descriptions of Character,
furnished when desired. Office open day and even
mg. 523
~GERM&N SILVER
rpilE undersigned has on hand, and is constantly i
jl receiving from his Rolling Mills, a very superior
quality of German Silver, which he will sell at re
duced prices, wholesale or retail.
JAMES G. MOFFET.
store 156 Fulton street, and No. 121 Prirce street.
ab 2:» t jal is* j
ATTENTION MILLINERS!
BONNET FRAME MANUFACTORY.—City r
Country Milliners are solicited to exa
tEpgs'mine the superior style of Goods now for sale, f
at the Manufactory. 381 Bowery, New York, i
Buckram, Willow and Jenny Lind Frames of the t
newest and most fashionable designs, made from the i
latest Improved Patterns,direct from Paris. t
'1 he quality ot every article, both in material and |
finish of the same, will, 1 flatter myself, be sitisfac
tory. All articles not perfect exchanged. Orders j
called for, and Goods delivered, as often as required, j
Dying, Pressing, &c.. &c. Respectfully, &c. t
s3Q 3m*T. BRACHF-R, No. 381 Bowery. t
IN PRICE, j
CROCKERY
AND *
G L A S S_W ARE. J
D, COLAMORE,
NO. 605 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
(Near Houston-st,) i
WILL REMOVE ON THE 15TH OF AUGUST TO |
No 447 BROADWAY,
(Between Grand and Howard streets,)
AND, IN CONSEQUENCE, WILL OFFER
GOOD BARGAINS
To those wishing
CROCKERY AND GLASS WARE.
This is really a good chance to obtain
BARGAINS,
And D. C., not being in the habit of periodically
selling
“ AT COST,” or “BELOW COST,”
Will, it is thought.be some proof that this is
NO HUMBUG.
B7* N. 8.-PRESERVE JARS of all kinds. aus 3m*
THOS. WILKS’S
ENGLISH Ar;D CLASSICAL INSTITUTE,
EAST ROOM attached to the New Presbyterian
Church, Thirteenth street, between the Sixth
and Seventh Avenues, will be re opened on the first
Monday in September. The room is spacious and
airy, and is much better adapted for a school than
the parlors of a private dwelling. Residence, No. 6
Jane street- au26 tf
JEWELLERS.
GILDING METAL of the best quality constantly
on hand, and for sale, at the store ot the subscri
ber, 156 Fulton street, or at his manufactory 121 Prince
street
oWistU* JAMES G. MOFFET.
CARPETINGS,
FLOOR OIL CLOTHS. &c ,
443 PEARL STREET (OPPOSITE WILLIAM.)
b.vilTH & LOUNSBERY are now daily receiving
direct from the European and American manu
facturers large supplies of Carpetings and Oil
Cloths of the choicest patterns and colors, selected
expressly for the Fall Trade, which they are now
offering at the following low prices:
Eng. Tapestry Carpets, latest styles, fm 9s to 12s p. y.
•• & Am. Brussels do do 7s to 10s
•• & •’ 3-ply do do 7stolos "
" &, ” Ingrain do do 5s to 7s
Com. Med’m &. Extra do do 2s to 5s
. Printed Druggits, 6-4 12-4, and 16-4, from 4s to 20s '
Also Floor Oil Cloths, 2 ft. io 24 ft. wide, 3s to 10s "
With a general assortment of all other aiticles con
nected with the trade, equally 10w.59 3m is*
GOLD PENS, AMD GOLD AND SILVER
PEN AND PENCIL CASES.
1 riiHE BEST ASSORTMENT and cheapest in the
5 JL city, can be had, wholesale and retail, at TED
- DIE’S GOLD TEN DEPOT, No. 186 Broadway, en
-5 trance 2 John st., up stairs. 523 3m*
MUSICAL NOTICE.
1 PIANO FORTES.
i ---.1--... . MESSRS. BOARDMAN & GRAY
Albany, Piano Forte manufac-urers
i and inventors of the “ Dolce Campana’ -
1 j » & £ S I attachment, for which they have re
t ceived Letters l atent for England and the United
States, beg to announce that, lor the accommodation
ot la-lies and gentlemen who feel desirous of listening
to the delicious tones which can be produced by
■ this attachment to the Piano Forte, that one of then
j instruments can be seen at Jollie’s Music Store, 300
' Broadwav, besides the one at the Fair of the Amen
(l can Institute. o7 *t*
THOMPSON’S AUTOGRAPHICAL
!: COUNTERFEIT DETECTOR
IS NOW READY FOR DELIVERY—This book
contains near 1400 fac-simile signatures of the Pre
sidents and Cashiers of the banks in the United States
(comprising all those in good standing,) and is one ot
the neatest books of the kind ever published. It is
5 given free of charge to all weekly and semi-mo nth
i ly subscribers to Thompson’s Bank Note Reporter.
- Single copies 25 cents. Sold at all the literary depo ts
s throughout the United States. The trade liberally
3 dealt with, T WM. W. LEE, Publisher,
EXCURSIONS.
MORNING LINE,
AT 7 O’CLOCK. New Independ
r>Jffl4 ==r -, Opposition Day Line for ALBANY
landing at Newburgh, Poughkeepsie,
Rhinebeck, Bristol, Catskill, Hudson, and Coxsackie.
Fare to Albany. 50 cents; to the Landings,
PASSAGE 25 CENTS.
Breakfast and Dinner on board the boat
Caution to Travellers. —Lookout fortwoprices >
on the Alida, one price on shore and other when you
get on board of the boat. 'Phis deception is easy to ;
e seen, as they will publish no prices on their bills
The new and splendid steamer CATALINE, Cur
tis Peck, Jr., commander, will leave the pier at the
foot of Barclay street, Monday, Wednesday and
Friday, at 7 o’clock, A. M., touching at the loot ol
Hammond street.
Remember that the Cataline starts at 6% o’clock,
and those who wait until 7 o’clock are charged $2 by
the Alida- Passengers will plea c e examine this <
boats accommodations before ergaging elsewhere. <
For passage or light freight, apply at the office on £
board the boat or to G. W. WILLIAMSON, at the
office on the wharf. jy!s 3m*
DAV LINE FOR ALBANY & TROY, >
jwib. AND Til E INTERME DI ATE L A ND- i
INGS.—The Jarge and elegant low
pressure steamer NEW WORLD, f
Capt. 8. R Roe, will leave the new pier, foot of «
Chambers street, on Tuesdays, Thursdays,and Sa- t
turdays, at 7 o’clock. A. M., making the usual land f
nigs. Returning, will leave Albany on Mondays, 1
Wednesdays and Fridays. Breakfast and Dinner on <
board. jy!s 3m* i
DALLY EXCURSIONS I ;
To COLD SPRING AND PEEK 1
SKILL, landing at West Point. Ver- <
[ planck’s, Grassy Point, Peck’s Dock, i
(Haverstraw.) Rockland Lake, Sing Sing, Tarry
town, Dobbs’ Perry, Hastings, and Yonkers—The i
new and splendid steamer JOSEPH BELKNAP, Cap
taiH J F. Tallman, will leave the steamboat pier, at »
the foot of Chambers street, every morning at seven
o c ock. Returning, will leave Cold Spring at 12>£ r
o’clock, M.; leaves Peekskill at P. M. On Sun
days this boat will extend her trips to Newburgh i
and the intermediate landings. Returning, will n
leave Newburgh at IX, Peekskill at 3, and Sing Sing ..
at 4 P. M., landing at Hammond street, going and re
turning. .
.. or Passage, apply on board, or to WM. ,i
RADFORD & CO . 202 West street. No freight re- S
ceived at Hammond street. All freight must be paid K
lor when taken on board. >y!s t oM*
Ma.. GRAND EXCURSIONS TO THE (
BANKS, OFF SAND, ’■
StoaffiS£«Hss!i»HOOK, every Monday, Tuesday, Wed- f
nesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday. The steamer
BUFFALO will leave foot of Robinson st at 8, Ham E
mond st. 8X» Canal st. BX, Catharine st. BM, Grand st. E
9, Pier 3 N. R 9>< A- M. h'are 25 cents each way.
Returning, 6 P.M. Refreshments on board. jyls 3m
J. LAYNG’S BOOT STORE, J
Mjdbfß 3o STREET—The cheapest place in the *
to bu Y Boots, is in the above store, lor ,
!»J every article sold there may bo relied on, be- '
***ing as represented. He is a practical mechanic, “
and has not to employ a foreman; but buys and cuts ?
the stock himself, and has the immediate inspection ”
of all the work, and pays all the attention that may
benefit his customers, knowing this to be his own in-
terest. By this means he has gained a large custom
trade, and his numerous customers feel satisfied.
Below is a list of his prices, which defy competition
for the like article: j
Finest imported French Calf Dress Bdbts... $1 50 ij
Fine or Stout Calf, fair stitched 3 50 2
Double Sole Water Proof Boots, from $4 50 to 5 00
Best French Patent Leather Boots, 700 Si
Congress Boots and Shoes, &c., &c.,in proportion. E
Particular attention paid to measuring, so as in all ti
cases to warrant a good fit. Mending done in the »
store. S 2l 3rn* a
TWO DOLLAR HATS. S
THOSE WHO WISH TO BUY a fine, short <1
nap, moleskin Hat, new fall style, for two dol- "
can be suited at P. T. SMITH’S Cheap Hat
ana Cap Store, 354 Pearl street, opposite Frankfort, tl
N B.—Also, good, new, and fashionable Hats, at o
$l5O. 523 tm* tj
STANDARD PRICE OF HATS, “
THIttE DOLLARS. a
M THE NEW HAT COMPANY, in again a P . ?
pearing before their patrens and the public
with the Fall Style for their approval, would
state that they have spared no expense whatever in
their production which would in the least add to
their quality, or the style ol finish of the hat, but
have endeavored to presentone that would cone <- 1
pond with the wishes ot their patrons in general, if
and receive that approbation which a discerning
public can alone bestow. Feeling amply repaid for .
all their former efforts, and still relying on that pa- ’ ‘
tronage which has been so liberally bestowed upon ”
them, they will endeavor for the future, by unre
mitted exertions on their part, to merit a continuance
of the same, still adhering to those principles upon n ’
which they first commenced business, and which “
have given such universal satisfaction, which are— J 1
ONE PIUCE, ONE QUALITY, aild NO ABATEMENT, SO that £
any gentleman purchasing a hat at their establish- ”
ment, (whether a judge of the article or not,) can P
rely upon receiving their first, best and only quality.
THE NEW HAT COMPANY, «
au26 tfNo 148 Nassau st. near Spruce. d
FALL FASHION JUST FINISHED. ”
MTHE most splendid article ever offered.— .
Elegant French Silk Hats at the low price of
$3, usually sold at sl. Also, an article at $2,50 t
and 82,25. Neat Hats at 82. 7
S 2 3m* BROWN. 146 Cnnal st- g
NEW ENGLAND LIVE STOCK ff
INSURANCE COMPANY, v
NEW HAVEN, CONNECTICUT. 01
CHARTER UNLIMITED-Passcd May, 1849 -Capi- a l
tai sso.ooo—with privilege to increase to SIOO,OOO. s t
Directors— Edwin Marble, Lambert Norton David
Saunderson, Willard Earl, Alfred Edwards.
L. NORTON, President.
W. Earl, Secretary. .
References— James Brewster, Esq., New Haven; .4;
H. N. Whittelsey, u.sq., do.; Obadiah Pease, Esq., A
do ; Samuel Hooker, Esq., do.; Messrs. Marble &
Foster,do.; Messrs.L.& E.Edwards,Norwich,Conn.;
Ebenezer Fuller, Esq , do.; C. L. North, Esq., Meri
den.
In the organization ot this company is presented L
the first effort to protect in this country a class of
subjects heretofore altogether overlooked The de
sign was derived from the system of insurance pre
vailing so extensively in England, also in Fiance and T
other parts of continental Europe, where the insu- 1
rance of Live Stock presents an important feature R
in the influences which have contributed so largely ai
in furnishing the various and superior qualities oj c<
stock of which England so justly boasts, and which A
the American people have shown that they appre- b<
ciate by frequent and large importations of some of S
the finest specimens of stock which this country p
presents. We therefore offer to the Agriculturist
who is ambitious to give a valuable character to his D
stock genet ally, to the lover of the finest specimens fc
of the horse, and who wishes to secure interests that ci
may remunerate him for his perseverence, to the e
cabmen of cities, who after purchasing a valuable
horse would feel a sense of security in an interest so B
important to them, and to the poor man in whatever di
situation he may be found, who is the owner ol any 1c
class of stock, a security in this new system of in
surance, which it is confidently believed they will B
avail themselves of. while it is commended by every 1c
consideration which these interests enforce. p
Agency office of the Company, 72 Wall street. In
spector’s office, 127 Grand street. Inspector, Dr. a<
Charles Wells. Veterinary Surgeon, who has acted
as such to similar institutions in England for throe d
years. JY 22 3m* b
k
NEW RESTAURANT. "
BROTHERS PERKINS respectfully beg to inform p
their friends especially, and the public general- p
ly. that they have leased the entire basement ot Odd
Bellows’Hall, (107 by 75 feet.) corner of Grand and li
Centre streets, and, regardless of expense, have
furnished it, and intend to keep it, in a style they are 51
confident will meet the wishes of the most fas tidious, n
J. H. PERKINS, 1]
816 3m*A H. H. PERKINS.
MOFFET’S SUPERIOR
LAMPS, Gl HANDOLE S,CHANDE LI ER S,&c fj
ANEW AND SPLENDID assortment just manu- ti
factured and for sale at his store, No. 156 Fulton
street, viz : '•
2, 3. 4, and 6 light Chandeliers of various patterns d
and finish.
A large assortment of Girondoles, of new and splen
did pai terns.
Solar Lamps of about 40 different patterns, beauti
fully finished.
Hanging fancy Solar Lamps, for steamboats, ho- r
tels, &c. r J
A magnificent style of Hall Lanterns, entirely of n
brass, very heavy. 1
Also cheap hanging Solar Lamps, basket Lamps, £
Oriental and Brittania Lamps of different patterns, T
Globes, Chimneys, Wicks, &c- &c., all of which will n
be sold at wholesale and retail, on reasonable terms. r
Remember No. 156 Fulton street, first lamp store h
east of Broadway. n
N. B.—All of the above goods can be had either in
silver, gilt, or bronze. au26 tilis*
SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER ,
AT MRS. McNEILL’S French Shirt Store. No. 72 d
Bowery, in a style superior in fit and finish to J
any other establishment in the city. Constantly on
hand a lull assortment of splendidly embroidered 0
and other shirts for weddings, &c., also plain shirts t
at all prices, and bosoms for setting in shirts of every v
possible pattern and style. s 9 3m* I
■ ii
SHEET BRASS. f
riIJIE undersigned is daily receiving from his Roll-
.1 ing Mills, a very superior article ot sheet Brass, i:
of all the different sizes, which he offers, wholesale t
and retail, at reduced prices. Plater’s brass of supe- s
riorquality constantly on hand. f;
JAMES G. MOFFET. f
Store No 156 Fulton street and No. 121 Prince st. t
au26 t jal is* i
DO YOU PRIZE HEALTH ? ’
IT is better to understand one profession thorough-
ly, than to have a smattering of many.—[Jean Jac- <
ques Rousseau. [1
MORRISON’S FLUID COMPOUND EXTRACT OF <
SARSAPARILLA,
No hastily concocted medicine, the result of a hap- c
hazard combination of ingredients, is offered to the
public in this preparation. The proprietor has been
known for forty-five years as a practical Chemist
and Druggist, and his Fluid Compound Extract has '
been used for years by ,
OUK MOST SKILFUL PHYSICIANS <’
in their private practice, with the most satisfactory '
results. It cannot be a debateable question with
those who think, whether it is safe to use prepara
tions got up by persons ignorant of even the rude- -
ments of pharmacy, and brought up for other pur
suits, or to rely in sickness, upon a medicine tested
for years by the medical faculty, and prepared by
THE OLDEST DRUGGIST IN NEW YORK.
1 his Extract is made from the very best Brazilian
and Jamaica Sarsaparilla—not from the worthless
variety which grows in the United States—and will
be found an unrivalled remedy in
DISEASES ORIGINATING IN THE BLOOD.
**'lt iscomfidently recommended for Scrofula, Ulcers,
Pimples, Blotches, Salt Rheum, Erysephelas, and all
eruptive diseases, and also for functional weakness,
general debility, syphelis, mercurial affections, liver
complaint, sour stomach, dyspepsia, rheumatism, fe
male weakness, consumption, bronchetis, constipa
tion loss of appetite, and all complaints caused by
an impure condition of the animal fluids.
Prepared and sold by JOHN C. MORRISON,
Wholesale Chemist and Druggist,
523 4tlßß Greenwich street.
THE NEW YORK BAY CEMETERY
AGREEABLE to the proposition made by this .
Company that the members ot any Church or J
Benificiary Society, who individually or collective
ly have or shall subscribe for ten or more lots, such i
Societies are or shall be entitled to five lots gratui
tously, for the benefit of its poor members, and in
this proportion for any number subscribed; and as
several Societies are now entitled to their lots, they
are respectfully requested to appoint a Committee
to locate them, when the Company will forthwith
convey by deed, free from all incumbrances, to their
Trustees or otherwise, the number of lots each So
ciety may be entitled to; and should any subscriber
desire to have his lot or lots located wi»h those of his
Society, the Company will do so, or exchange their
lots, it already located, without any charge. 1
The third drawing will take place on the first day
ol November next, after which new arrangements
will be made. '
All persons who wish toob’ain lots at the very low
price of sls. payable in monthly installments of $2,
had better make early application. For further par
ticulars, apply at the Office, 102 Broadway
N. B. Subscribers lor Lots, being members of So
cieties, will confer a favor by reporting the name of
the Association or Society they belong to, at the
office, early as possible.
JAMES T. LEETE, Secretary.
Geo. Wood. Treasurer.
September 27, 1849.53 Q 4t i<*
READ ! READ ! READ I
And POCKET THE INFORMATION that fol-
GER, 118 John st., has the best Presses for Cards.
Circulars, Bill Heads, Labels, and Hand Bills; New
Type, Borders, Flourishes, &c.,&c. A large stock
ol Cards for Yankee Press and Locomotive Printing,
cheap. Remember name, WM. B. FOLGER, num
ber 118 John st., near Pearl.
Visiting and Wedding Cards engraved. b3O 3m*
DANIEL SWEENEY.
LATE No. 11 Ann Street—Removed to 66 Chatham.
The undersigned would call the attention of the
travelling and resident public, to the fact, that in
order to extend his business, and provide sufficient
accommodation, he has enlarged his Saloons, and
conducts his new establishment on precisely the
• same plan as his former one. His new stand is now
unsurpassed in extent, comfort and airiness by any
in the ci’y. The enlargement was forced upon him
by increased patronage, and his stand selected for its
, central location. The public^both transient and resi
' dent, are solicited to examine his new position,
’ where will always be found, the substantial element
' of life of the best quality, and in the same excellent
style which has rendered this establishment so
popular.
r l he above is the only establishment m the city in
which he has in any manner an interest, he hopes to
see his friends there.
F 34 3m* DANIEL SWEENEY,
s ———————■
WILLIAM ROBERTS,
i ENGRAVER ON WOOD,
1 IF ESPECTFULLY informs his friends and the pub
? lie in genera) ,that he has removed his place ol
business from
1 NO. 71 NASSAU STR RET, to
0 No. 13 CHAMBERS STREET,
' where he will be happy to receive orders in the dif-
ferent branches of Wood Engraving.
N. B.—- Particular attention is paid to fine book il
Inufrntinnfl. «rll tf
PIERCE’S UNRIVALLED
TWO OVEN RANGES FOR 1849.
3 fIHHS Rangels made on a new and very superior
>1 JL plan to all others. It has a fire brick top, the
is advantages of this great improvement are, that the
i- baking of all articles in the ovens proceed with the
r. strictest uniformity. The water back is constructed
:s on a new principle which ensures a full supply of
y hot water for every part of the house at all times.
I VSQMQti FIERCE & CO.,
1 sis to v
BALLS'AND DANCING.
SECOND GRAND
“NATIONAL” CIVIC BALL,
AT THE APOLLO ROOMS.
«.W»> ON MONDAY EVENING Nov. 12th, 18.9,
51 PURDY, Conductor.—The public is re-
informed that no pains or exrense
«S»will be spared in making this grand soiree
equal, if not superior, to the one given last season.
i ickets admitting a gentleman and ladies $2, which
may be had from the following committee:—
Mr F. s. Chanfrau Mr. C. Burke
Mr. E. L Tilton Mr. AV. Porter
Mr J. Jefferson Mr Crocker
Mr. AV. 'Paylor Mr. E. H. Dawes
Mr. IT. Richardson Mr. AV. H. Hamilton
Mr AV. T. I’eterschen Mr. D. Undeihill
Mr. J. Gilbert Mr. L. A. Corbin
Mr. J Seymore.
Or from the Treasurer, Mr. Thos. Bowles, at the Box
Office of the National Theatre, or from Mr. Alcker,
at tbe Apollo Rooms. o7 6t
AT 639 B RO A DWA Y,
(formerly occupied by Mons, (’harruaud )
ftfiWMr. BARBETT, (from England,) Professor of
c-*» Dancing. (Pupil of Mons. E. Coulon, first Pro
fessor of Dancing from Paris, and of Great Marlbo
rough street. London.) has the honor to announce,
that his Academy for Dancing will re-open as usual,
at the above rooms,on AVEDNESDAY, 10th October,
lor Ladies. Misses, and Masters, to commence at 3
o’clock: also, on SATURDAY, 13th October, at half
past 12 o’clock, when instruction will be given in all
tbe New Dances which are at present in vogue, and
danced nt the fashionable assemblies in London and i
Paris.
Gentlemen’s Class on Wednesday Evening. 10th
October, at half past seven o’clock Also, on Friday
Evening, ’2th Oct ,at the same hour.
A Private Class for Ladies and Gentlemen will be
held on Monday Evenings, at 8 o’clock to.commence
on Monday, the 22d of October, lor the exclusive
practice of the following modern dances :
“Ball Room Polka,” “The Redowa,”“La Celia
rius,” “ Polka Cotillion,” “ Valse T deux terns.” “ Re
dowa Polka,” “ Valse a cinq terns,” including tbe ce
lebrated ‘ ’Schottische” a dance ot German invention;
also, Coulon's celebrated new “ Quadrille Ma- u
zourka.” ]j
Mr. BARRETT will also re-open his Academy at o
the Institute. Washington street, Brooklyn, on Tues- v
day. 9th October, for Ladies, Misses, and Masters, at a
3 o’clock, and on Thursday, 11th October, at the t
same hour. s
Gentlemen’s Class on the same evenings, at 8 v
(Soirees held exclusively for pupils and their c
iriends.) r
Terms made known on application at Mr. Barrett’s j<
Academies, on the above days and hours of teaching, L
or at his residence. 6‘9 Broadway, daily, fmm the
hours of 9 o’clock until 11, m the morning. s3O at*
DANCING AND WALTZING.
THE class of mutual instruction in this po-
art commences on TUESDAY October 2d,
the large Hall, at the Perseverance Hotel,
AV. Knighton. Those wishing to enroll their names h
are invited to attend. Tickets for three months, to ‘
admit a gentleman and lady to a complete know- i
ledge, is 5 dollars—3 dollars in advance. Present
nights of tuition, Tuesdays. Wednesdays and Fri- i;
days. Private hours for Ladies. s3O 4t* *
GENTEEL AND FAbHIONABLE °
«MT,; DANCING.—MR. W. WHALE and DAUGH
respectfully announce to the Ladies
Gentlemen of New York and Brooklyn,
ei that their Classes will commence for the sea
son, 1f49-50, at CONSTITUTION HALL, No. 650
Broadway,'lUESDAY, October 16th. Days of Tui
tion at 650 Broadway—Tuesday and Saturday after
noons, at 3X o’clock, for young ladies and masters ; "
and same evenings, for the elder class of gentlemen,
at 8. At Gothic Hall, Adamsstreet, Brooklyn, Ladies
class, every Monday afternoon, 3X> and Saturday
morning, 9X- For Gentlemen, Monday and Thurs
day evenings, at 7X. Schools and Private Classes
will bo attended to on application as above. The
Tuesday semi-monthly Soirees will commence for
the season November 21. Ladies Tickets to be had
only of Mr. AV. No lady admitted without an invita- C
tion ticket, procured from Mr. W. Genth men’s
Tickets of admission to be had of Mr. W. Subscrip
tion to the Soirees for the season, $5. Instructions tc
given daily m all the new and fashionable Dances c<
and AValtzes, at the private Academy, No. 66 Sixth 81
Avenue, where all information will be given. F< r
further particulars see circulars, to be had as above, t*
523 3m* si
iii
DANCING AMD WALTZIKG e
i ACADEMY.—MR. J. PARKER and DAUGIL
have the pleasure to announce to their
friends and the public, that their School will ni
open for the ensuing season, on TUESDAY, Si
the 2d of October, at his ASSEMBLY ROOMS, in
Bayard street, attached to the North American Hotel,
when will be brought forward all the new and popu
lar dances of the day. Days of Tuition—Tuesdays
and Fridays Young Ladies’ and Misses’ class at tc
three o’clock; young Masters’at five o’clock; Gen
tlemen’s from eight till ten o’clock. Terms made
known at the School, or at Mr. P’s residence, 207
Bowery. Mr. P. assures those families who may he
pleased to patronise him, that the strictest attention
will be paid to the improvement of his pupils, in all bi
the Ball Room, or Fancy Dances at Mr. Parker’s resi
dence. 523 4t*
MR. C. WRIGHT’S DANCING
ACADEMY, MILITARY HALL, BOWERY,
f MR. W. most respectfully informs his friends
an d l° rmer patrons that his School for the in
struction of Ladies and Gentlemen will com
mence on TUESDAY, Oct. id. Days of tuition
for Ladies, Tuesday and Saturday afternoons, and on &
Tuesday and Friday evenings for Gentlemen. Mr
AV. will teach all the New and Fashionable Dances n
of the season.
N. B.—For further particulars please call at the -
above room, or at Mr. W.’s residence, No. 15’ Tenth
street. s? 3 6m*
AS CHEAP AS ANY, ,
IwruAS GOOD AS ANY-AND FULL AB MANY 2
.W® BALL TICCE'J S AND CIRCULARS, c.
Wsl#’ in gold bronze and every style. ti
at BROOKS’S Yankee Press Office,
No. 1 CHATHAM SQUARE,
as can be found anywhere. R
Also, Business Cards, Circulars, Bills, Bill Heads, ~
Labels. &c.o T 3m* «
BALL CIRCULAR.
BALL COMMITTEES and others are respectfully o’
invited to visit the CHINESE ASSEMBLY h
ROOMS, 139 Broadway, and inspect the alterations
and improvements made since last season, for the J
comfort and convenience of parties attending Balls.
A commodious double staircase oi c sv ascent has
been constructed, leading from the Ball Room to the
Supper Room—this will be found to be a great im
provement.
An elegantfy furnished parlor adjoining the Ladies’
Dressing Room is appropriated as a Reception Room ti
for gentlemen waiting for their Ladies, where they
can also be served with refreshments during the
evening
The Ball Room now leads from the Reception
Room, and is separated from the passage by folding
doors—Ladies thus avoid passing through crowded A
lobbies. L
The Bar is removed to a distance from the Dressing R
Roomsand Parlors, out of view and hearing of the
ladies—this arrangement cannot fail to be duly ap
preciated. S'
Three new and elegant Chandeliers will give an
additional brilliancy to the Ball Room. ai
The Supper Room is newly embellished and ren
dered wann and comfortable. Arrangements have
been completed with Mr. Thomas Downing, the well
known, efficient Caterer, of Broad street, who has ts
undertaken to furnish the Sappers in a superior
manner; either as a Saloon, similar to those now so tl
popular in the first class Steamboats, or as a set sup- e:
per lor the party, at their option. S
A well-furnished Committee Room with fire and C
light provided, without any extra charge. ci
These alterations and improvements have been a.
suggested by many experienced Ball goers, and the ir
proprietor is determined that this Establishment
shall deserve the approbation of its visitors. B
The Rooms will be let for Balls. &c., on the most li
liberal terms, especially to those Associations devo- tl
to charitable purposes. As they are already en
gaged for many Balls, those wishing to secure par
ticular nights are requested to make early applica
tion. W
The Establishments now open for inspection from
Ba.m.tolo p. m daily The Superintendent will be
happy to attend on Commitfees.
GEORGE H. ANDREWS.
Lessee, 80 Leonard street <
BALL SUPPERS, DINNERS, &o, a
"Thomas Downing, No. 5 Broad street, takes this op
portunitv to inform BMI Committees, Military and
Fire Companies, &c , that he has contracted to fur
nish the Ball Suppers at the CHINESE ASSEMBLY
ROOMS during the present season, and he pledges
himself that they shall be first rate and no mis
take. He will also furnish Dinners in this establish
ment to Parties, Military Companies, Fire Compa- j
nies, &c., on liberal terms and in the best manner,
having made arrangements for cooking on the pre
mises. and serving up Hot o7 i
DANCING
AT THE HOWARD HOUSE, cor. of Broad
{Odvway and Howard street. E. H. Conway, re
awFhllzspectfully informs the public that he will com- "f
his School at the HOWARD HOUSE,
on MONDAY, the first of October. Persons wishing "1
to join either of the classes, please apply to Mr. Con
way at his residence 61 East 15th street, or at the 'I
Howard House on the days of tuition. Every fash
ionable mode of dancing taught. The Soires will 1
be held at the APOLLO as last season, due notice of
the first. "I
Dats of Tui’ ion.— Monday and Thursday even
ings, for Gentlemen Wednesdays and Saturdays, at b
three, for Ladies and Arisses. Private classes and les
sons, from 9to 12 every morning Schools and private
families punctually attended. A private class for the -
fancy dances, will commence on Monday evening,
the Ist of October, at 7 o’clock, for gentlemen, includ
ing Waltzing. 5!6.3m
BALL TICKETS & CIRCULARS, r
• CARDS, BILL HEADS, Billsof Ladins, Ke- ’
feeipts. Notices, Checks, Price Lists. Posting ■
'and Hand Bills, Country Store Bills, with rich d
designs; Badges. &c., &c , printed cheap for s
cash, at the office of c
SUTTON’S YANKEE PRESSES,
123 Fulton st, (N. E. cor. nassau ) e
ORNAMENTS for Card and Bill Printing, in great <-
variety. , t
N. B—At this office may be seen specimens of work v
done for bitty-four diflerent Ball Committees last 1
winter. Rememember the name, f
THOMAS E SUTTON, C
523 3mis* Job and Card Printer.
E. MoKINLEY’S n
GENTLEMEN’S
FURNISHING STORE, -
No. 1 PARK ROW, OPPOSITE ASTOR HOUSE,
New York.
Black shirts and white,
Red shirts and gray, (
Goods of wool and goods of silk,
Goods all colors dypd i’the dark.
Collars, bosoms, socks and s’oeks,
Handkerchiefs of linen white.
Bordered too, and some of silk, {
Cravats all fancy, black and plain,
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tied, P
WARWICK THE KING MAKER.—Richard Ne
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Robin Hylyard, McFarland; Adam Warner, Gilbert; a '
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J Dunn, Hart, Rodgers, Lawrence, Broadley, Leslie, 10
Smelly, Lester, Neehnm, Myers,&c. * r
Previous to which. in
HEARTS & TRUMPS-Mr. Ruby, Mr. Gilbert; to
Capt. Wagstaff, Mr. Lester; Mary Gray, Miss We
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Trices—Boxes, 25 cents; Pit and Gallery. 12% cents
Doors open at half past 6. Curtain will rise at 7.
BROADWAY THEATRE.
MONDAY EVENING, October S, will be per- ,e
formed
THE STRANGER—The Stranger, Mr.Couldock;
Mr. Solomon. Mr Blake; Mrs. Haller, Miss Charlotte
Cushman; Countess Wintersen, Mrs Heild.
To conclude with
SUDDEN THOUGHTS—GeneraI Dornton. Mr. nr
Whiting; Impulse, Mr. E. Shaw; Sophia, Miss K.
Horn; Clarissa. Mrs Loder.
Dress Circle and Parquette, 75 cents; Family and ht
Third Circles, 25 cents. Doors open at 7, commence be
at 7% o’clock. tii
CHANFHAU’S
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Monday evening, oct. s iso, will bo per- S?
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HEARTS & TRUMPS—Ruby. Mr. Tilton; Captain
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Mrs. Miller, Miss Deering. bl
After which, le
THE FEMALE FORTY THIEVES—AIIey Baby,
Mr. C. Taylor; Gamon Baby, Mr. Jefferson; Dia- rG
mond, Mrs C. Mestayer; Ruby, Miss Smith.
To conclude with in
THE CHEROKEE CHlEF—Pattipan, Mr. Wood;
Ben Buntline, Mr. Dawes; Matilda, Miss Lockyer
Boxes. 25 cents; Pit, 1234 cents; Private Box $5 ; a.
Seats in Private Box, $1; Seats in Orchestra Box, 50 gj
Doors open at 6%. Curtain will rise at 7 o’clock. hi
BURTON’S THEATRE.
CHAMBERS STREET, REAR OF CITY HALL.
Proprietor Mr. Burton
MONDAY EVENING, Oct. 8, the performances
will commence with
JOHN JONES—Guy Goodluck, Mr Burton; John
Jones, Mr. Holman; Eliza Melton, Miss Barber; D
Jenny, Miss J. Barton.
After which. 8l
THE DEMON JESTER—Hans Ketzler.Mr. Brouh- af
ham; Rogueingrain, Mr. Lynne; Madame Roguein- “
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To conclude with e3
THE TOODLES—Tim. Toodle, Mr. Burton; Mrs. di
Tim. Toodle, Mrs. Hughes. st
Boxes, Dress Circle and Parquette, 50 cents; Fami- P r
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Doors open at 7. To commence at half past 7.
OLYMPIC THEATRE. L
JI ONDAY EVENING, Oct. 8, the entertainments a»
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SEPARATE MAINTENANCE-Mr. Pennipother, tii
Mr. Walcott; Mrs. Pennipother, Miss Roberts; Jane «
Briggs, Miss Njckinson.
After which, 10
FIU DIAVOLO—Fra Diavolo. Mr. Bishop; Lord
Allcash, Mr. Walcott; Zerlina, Miss Taylor; Lady
Allcash. Mrs. Conover. E
Toconclude with
BRITANNIA AND HIBERNIA—Sir Patrick O’-
Raleigh, Mr. Walcott; Queen Victoria, Miss Taylor.
Dress Circle, 50 cents; Upper Boxes, 25 cents; Pit
One Shilling; Private Boxes, §5; Orchestra Boxes,s3 pi
Doors open at 7. Curtain will rise at 7% o’clock. el
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MONSIEUR LOUIS ELSSLER, w
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Also engaged, tl
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MR. F. C. WEMYSS. v ,
PETE MORRIS, MR. JERRY MERRIFIELD, f.
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ty, surrounded by .the most eminent Patriots
(portraits from the best authorities) of other lands.
This Sublime Painting, by JAS. BURNS.isnew open
to the public at the O 1
APOLLO ROOMS, 410 BROADWAY,
from io A. M to 10 P. M. lr
Admittance, 25 cents. s3O 4t la
GRAND MUSICAL FESTIVAL, u
IN AID OF THE ITALIAN REFUGEES a
gzaSL from the late glorious struggle for liberty, at e<
tfIMEy the Tabernacle, on WEDNESDAY, Oct 10th.
The following eminent artists have kindly a
volunteered their services fcr this occasion: Signora f?
Tedesco, Vita. Caranti, Rossi Corsi, A. Patti, and Sig- w
nori Corelli, Arnoldi, Baslini, Vita, Rossi Corsi, No- "
velli. Sanquirico, and M. Baril!; as also the choruses J*
of the Italian Opeia and Grand Orchestra. The »
whole under the direction and leadership of Mo.
Ant Barili. Tickets sl. to be had at all the Music c
Stores and Hotels, and at the door on the evening of
performance. r n
Doors open at 7. Performance commences at 8. It
—■ §
FRANKLIN THEATRE, J
175 CHATHAM SQUARE. v
UNABATED SUCCESS—Crowded Houses—Extra- a
ordinary Attractions for this week. A variety s
of chaste and beautiful exhibitions to be seen at no
other establishment in New York. Engagement
with Madame Pauline’s troupe of “ Model Artists.”
numbering Seventeen Ladies of unblemished beau-
ty, also the Female Minstrels, twenty in number, are
engaged Signorina Rossa, the great “ Female Jug
ler,”will appear for .the first time in this country, r
Several beautiful representations of Living Pictures k
will be given every evening, commencing Monday, f
Octobers. Admission—Boxes 25 cents; Tit 12% cents; (
Stage Seats 50 cents; Private Boxes $1.07 It* •]
M ACALLISTER’S 1
TEMrLE OF ENCHANTMENT, ‘
AT THE CHINESE ROOMS —Third series of Ma- J
gieal Sories, which are visited nightly by the
elite of New York. On MONDAY, October Bth, and
every evening during the week, will be given an
entire change of performance.—First Dream.—The v
Living Cards, Enchanted Bottle, Magic Looking
Glass, Orange Tree of Paradise, New way to make (
Coffee. Receipt to make Milk, Spanish Harlequin.
Second Dream —The Hindostan Rings. Moffat’s Life 1
Pills. Brides Present, Inexhaustible Hat, Neptune
and Volcanic Production, Egyptian Menagerie. I
Admission, 50 cents, back seats; Children, 25 cents.
Commence at 7% o’clock.o7 (
BURR’j SEVEN MILE MIRROR 1
OF THE LAKES, NIAGARA. ST. LAWRENCE, 1
AND S IGUENAY RIVERS, exhibiting at the
MINERVA ROOMS. 40S Broadway. This immense 1
painting is a perfect mirror of all the cities, towns,
cataracts and other wonders of nature and arts, em 1
braced on the entire border between the United
>tates and Canada from Lake Erie to the Gulf of St. 1
Lawrence, thence up the wild and romantic Sague
ney, embracing the most picturesque and historical- 1
ly interesting scenery in America. F«xhibition com
mence at 7% o’clock nightly. Exhibition Wednesday <
and Saturday afternoons at 3 o’clock. Admission 25
cents; Children half price. o7 it* f
GROTON GARDEN,
NO. 45 AVENUE D,
OPEN FOi< THE SEASON.
ICE CREAM, Soda Water, &c. constantly on hand.
Families supplied. n .
my 6 6m*JOSEPH PARSONS. Proprietor. '
uR. HULL’S
UTERO-ABDOMINAL SUPPORTER
AN instrument invented to relieve i
the aching, dragging, and bearing :
down pains incident to Prolapsus
>3 Uteri, (falling womb.) also to over
• W come Consumption, Indigestion, lr-
W regularity, and all the evils result
3n« from a weakened state of the ab
■ dominal muscles. For sale and ap-
plied at HULL’S TRUSS OFFICE,
; 4 Vesey street, Astor House.
i The offices are attended by competent persons,
t who attend personally to the application of the in
- struments. The Ladies’department especially is a
retired, distinct parlor and sitting room, under the
■ exclusive care of a well qualified female. Aul9 3m*
NEW CASH TAILORING
<« . ESTABLISHMENT. 15 North William street,
Tai between Frankfort and Chatham. JOHN C.
r MMOSEMAN would respectfully inform his
5 IM friends and the public, that he has taken the
r store> an j 1S now prepared to make to
} order all kinds of Garments, in the most fashionable
s style, at prices to suit the most economical. Also
. constantly on hand, a good assortment of RLADY
1 MADE CLOTHING, Bosoms, Collars, Cravats, Hand
-1 MOS EMAN. 15 North William st.,
J.’ s 2 6m* Between Brankfort and Chatham.
b FINE WATCHES,
r JEWELRY AND SILVER WARE—The
J - subscriber is selling all descriptions of line
J&l&t Gold and Silver Watches, Jewelry and Silver
Ware, at retail, at the very lowest prices.
Fine Gold & Silver English Patent Lever Watches.
Fine Gold and Silver Detached Levers.
0 Pine Gold and Silver Lepines.
r Fine Gold Guard, Fob and Vest Chains.
0 Gold and Silver Pencils and Gold Pens,
y Ladies’ Bracelets, Gold Lockets and Thimbles.
Ladies’ and Gentlemen’s Breast Pins
o Sterling Silver Spoons, Cups, Forks, &c.
Gold Watches as low as S2O to 525 each.
° Watches and Jewelry exchanged. All watches
if warranted to keep good time or the money returned.
1S Watche#, Clocks and Jewelry repaired m the best
10 manner, and warranted, at much less than the usual
'»• rates. G. C. ALLitN, Importer of Watches
and Jewelry, Wholesale and Retail.
S 2 iy*is 51 Wall st., up stairs.
■h .
JAMES J. MAPES,
- AGRICULTURAL CHEMIST, CONSULT
-5 ING ENGINEER, &.0., &.0.,
<l, IVT AY be consulted at his residence near Newark,
>ii IVA New Jersey, on the application of chemistry
et and Natural Philosophy, to the Mechanic Arts and
it- on Theoretical and Practical Agriculture, including
rit he making of composts, special manure, Sec., &c.
ity-’ Letters on any oi the above subjects, contain
araprosorfee, will be duly „
(|h MtW JUWT.J “"I
DR. J. FINCH’S
VEGETABLE
EUREKA PLASTER,
FOR THE ERADICATION OF
Cancers, Salt llhemu, Et y -'i
elas, King’s Evil, Felon;., iiiu:-
snatism, Ulcers, Comcs,
ioiis, Burns, Scalds, Wouji-d;-,
and Sores of all kinds,
Together wuh imp«ri‘i<-. u p tie .y»; - ,
that rise to the surface <;f the . ; i?. A. u
PAIN ERaDICATC.:,
this Plaster is the most wonde. iui di ' . .r; i’ \ n tv
ever been made. It acts hi a r.-.- ; ; i.;
magical. No one can conceive its : ; ;i • if. tv.
using it II cures Ca?ictrs, thorcughby ami eli; tiuaiiy,
and Is the i>nly reliable icmcdy for ih;:- h, • n;u.i
and hitherto incurable disease. v. ith
with which millions of the people of thi ;• uatiiry ksc
continually suffering, yields to its power, rind in
cases, an hour aftex its appl c
while Vs pains gradually disappt■■■■. . : t 1 in ; few
days, the sufferer Is aitonished i > fi«.l him e i entire
ly recovered. For Kings} Evil, Ulc.t rs, !'• lons, Kr-.-
ncrcal Svres, and Diecana oj Ihe ijkiu caused Ly the
use of mercury, and for old soies of every kind it is
an Infallible remedy. Burns, Scalds, &c., are cured
in a few hours by its applit at on, while the acute p t n
is removed almost Instantly, making il far preiei-Fbic
lo the various pain extractors now in use, they are
for the most part composed of mercury, white this
preparation is purely vegetable. It also cutes the
most obstinate Corns, causing no inconvenience In
the process. The plaster can be applied, r<i the pa
lien: attend to his usual occupation, while the erudi
cation of these annoying excrescences goes on.
We know that this plaster will do all weqm.mi: e
above, and only ask those who are suffering to give it
atrial, knowing that this will be the moss effectual
means of securing for it a rapid sale. Its t
use will be ot two .'old benefit. It will relieve the
suffering on the one hand, and pecuniarily b« fl; the
discoverer. We do not wirii to offer it as a t overeign
remedy for all but for tin-e oniHDt idled
above, wears willing t<*'ive any gu -rantt e that can
be given or required.' We have -.i its astoriisn
ing effect in removing Uheumaiic P 0.;?.,? and have
felt the greatest satisfaction in the reiief we have
been the means, under Providence, of living to the
suffering from various Ills. We r<-fcr with pleasure
to every person who has used it. Below we give tlie
voluntary testimony of some well known persons,
who speak of its merits from expcrieuce.
ULCERS OF THREE YEARS’ STA. DINO.
New York, June il, 1849.
For the benefit of my fellow citizens and the public
in general, I take leave to say tli.it my son Charles,
now in his 20th year, has been, for a pur iod of at leas t.
three years, afflicted with an ulcerated leg. 1 obtain
ed for him during that period the very best medical
advice in our city, and likewise tried every remedy
recommended by friends, but without any effect to
wards a cure. I then supposed It incurable. Being
personally acquainted with Dr. Finch I the;; men
tioned the circumstance to him, and he said that his
Plaster would eradicate it entirely, or there should
be no expense attending its application. “ Hoyeing
against Hope,” I desired my son to try it. He did
so, and in a day or two obtained great relief- within
a fortnight he considered that his leg was entirely
well. Since that period, which is now about nine
months, he has not had the slightest symptoms uf its
again breaking out, or suffered the least incoiivei'.
lonco from it He also furnished it to two of his
friends who were similarly afflicted, and with the
most perfect success. These facts should be known
to mankind in general, and I take great pleasure In
giving them publicity.
Charles mcdevitt,
Foreman of the Evening Mirror,
Cor. Ann and Nassau streets, New York.
The above certificate of my father Is perfectly cor
reel In all its details;
CHARLES McDEVITT, Jun.
STRAIN IN THE BACK.
This is to certify, that I hava been for the last four
or five years past afflicted with a lameness, originally
occasioned by having my back strained by lifting
heavy weights, and became so lame that I have not
been able to work at my business more than half my
time. 1 have tried different kinds of remedies recom
mended to me by physicians without effect, and be
came so lame, that 1 was obliged at last to. give up
my business; and having often heard of Dr. J. Finch’s
Eureka Vegetable Plaster, and from my continued
lameness, was at length induced to apply the said
Eureka Plaster to my back, and found nothing to give
me ease but that, and am now so well that I am ena
bled to attend to my business without any inconven
ience.
I therefore recommend the said Dr. J. Finch’s Eu
reka Vegetable Plaster to all persons who are afflicted
In the manner I have been as above described.
MICHAEL M MCLAUGHLIN.
I certify, that Michael Maclaughlin. who has given
the above certificate, is to me personally known, and
full faith and credit may be given to the statement he
has made as above, he being to my own knowledge, a
gentleman proverbial for veracity.
A. B- AMERMAN, Commissioner of Deeds.
New York, May 29th, 1849.
OBSTINATE ULCERS.
Naw York, July 7,1849.
Dr; J. Finch:
Sir,—lt is with pleasure that I now address you on a
subject which I have too long neglected. Any of my
acquaintance? and friends who saw me only three
months since, will tell you that they at least never
expected to see me alive at this present moment; Re
duced almost to a shadow from the effects ot an ob
stinate ulcer on my right leg, and despairing of ever
producinga cure, (having tried all the most approved
salves and ointments,) I accidentally heard of your
preparation. 1 used it, and in two or three days
I was gratified by a return of a healthy skin, which
had not been the case for over two years. A constant
application for two weeks completed the cure. I have
gained flesh, and all appearance of lameness has en
tirely left me- Well may you term it “Eureka”—
“ I have foundit} 1 (to my entire satisfaction,) a return
to health. Yours, respectfully,
JAMES REEVES, G 4 Fulton sb
ERYSIPELAS, CORNS, L UNIONS, FRESH
WOUNDS, NAIL IN THE FOOT.
New York, May 31,1849.
Dear Sir—l was greatly afflicted in the latter
part of the month of October last, and early part
of the following November, with Erysipelas in the
right ankle and in the lower part of the leg—the
swelling and pain were very severe, and as I was
warmly interested in the important election to take
place about that time, and w?s almost compelled to
lay myself up at that time, 1 concluded to use your
Plaster, and found, to my great satisfaction, that it
had the desired effect, and cured all the inconveni
ence of that troublesome disease. I have since ap
plied it to Corns and Bunions on the toes and feet,
and am now using it for those troublesome appen
dages to man’s understandings; and although not yet
fully cured, I have the gratification to say that 1 find
much relief, lam also now applying it to afresh
wound. I yesterday cut my finger very seriously
with a sharp knife; and, in fact, before the blood had
stopped flowing, I applied apiece of your Plaster with
the happiest effect; my finger is now without pain,
and is getting well fast. I have also been informed,
by a gentleman with whom lam well acquainted,
that he had some time before accidentally run a nail
In his foot, and was seriously lame, until he heard of
your Plaster, and concluded to try it; and although
he did not strictly follow your directions with regard
to dressing the wound, yet in the course of three days
his foot was so well that he was enabled to walk
about the-city during the day without a slick, and in
fact called at my office, to give me the information
with regard to his foot which I have above stated-
in addition to all this, 1 have the pleasure to en
close with this a certificate, signed by Mr. Michael
MacLaughlin, a gentleman of veracity, and full faith
and credit may be given thereto.
Wishing you great success in your present under
taking, not only for your own benefit, but for the good
of mankind ingeneral,
I am, dear sir, yours, very truly,
A. B. AMERMAN,
Commissioner of Deeds, &c.> &c.,
Da. J. Finch. 20 Chambers street.
Having been appointed general agents for the sale
of Dr. Finch’s Vegetable Eureka Plaster, we would
inform;the public that we are prepared to supply it in
large or small quantities. The price is 25 cents a box or
duster, which can be sent by mail to any part of the
United States, at a trifling postage. Agents supplied
at the usual discount. The cask must in all cases at
company the order.
We know this plaster to be all it is represented to be
and we do not wish to force it into the market any
faster than a conviction of its merits will warrant, for
we know that we can sell enough of it for cash to pay
us well for the trouble and expense we may Incur in
bringing it before the public*
Single Plasters sent by mail on the receipt of 25
cents.
Agents wanted in every town in the United States*
The terms are cask in all cases. To those who buy
SIO,OO worth at a time, a discount of one half will be
made. Agents purchasing a less quantity, can have
it sent to them at th« rate of $1 68 per dozen. Agents
willplease state in their orders how it is to bo sent,
and whether they desire the boxes or Plasters ready
spread. The price is the same for cither.
All letters must be post paid, and addressed to
STEARNS & CO., General Agents,
61 Ann street. New York.
STATE ’OF~NEW YOBKj ’
SECRETARY’S OFFICE. ALBANY, JULY 14,
1849 —To the Sheriff of the City and County of
New York:—Sir: Notice is hereby given that at the
General Election to be held in this State on the
Tuesday succeeding the first Monday of November
next, the following- officers are to be elected, to wit:
A Judge oi the Court of Appeals, in the place of
Freeborn G. Jewett;
A Secretary of State in the place of Christopher
Morgan;
A Comptroller in the place of Washington Hunt;
A State Treasurer in the place of Alvah Hunt;
An Attorney General in the place of Ambrose L.
A Stale Engineer and Surveyor, in the place of
Charles B. Stuart; .
A Canal Commissioner, in the place of Nelson J.
Beach; and
An Inspector of State Prisons, in the place of Isaac
N. Comstock; r ~, ...
All whose terms of service will expire on the last
day of December next.
Also, a Justice of the Supreme Court for the First
Judicial District, in the place of Samuel Jones,
whose term of service will expire on the last day oi
December next-
Also, a Senator for the Third Senate District,in the
place of William Hall:
Also, a Senator for the Fourth Senate District, in
the place of John L. Lawrence;
Also, a Senator for the Fifth Senate District, in the
place of Samuel Frost; and
Also, a Senator for the Sixth Senate District, in tho
place of William Samuel Johnson;
All whose terms of service will expire on the last
day of December next.
The following officers are also to be elected for
said City and County:
A Judge of the Court of Common Pleas, in tho
place of Michael Ulshoeffer;
A Judge of the Supreme Court, in the place of
Aaron Vandernoel;
Sixteen Members of Assembly;
A Sheriff in the place of John J. V. Westervelt;
A City and County Clerk, m the place of Janies
Conner; and
A Coroner, in the place of William A. Walters;
All whose terms of service will expire on the last
day of December next.
[The electors throughout the State arc also to vole
for or against the adoption of the act entitled “An
act Establishing Free Schools throughout the state,”
passed March 26, 1849.1 Yours, respectfully,
CHRISTOPHER MORGAN.
Secretary ol State.
SHERIFF’S OFFICE, >
New York, July 21, 1849. $
The above is published pursuant to the notice of
, the Secretary of State, and the requirements of the
Statute in such case made and provided.
JOHN J. V. WESTERVELT, Sheriff.
. All the public newspapers in the county, will
i publish the above once in each week until the elec
> tion, and then hand in their bills for advertising the
same, so that they may be laid before the Board ol
. Supervisors, and passed for payment. Seo Revised
Statute, Vol. 1. Chap- 6. Title 3. Hart l. Bag* ll>;_
BOARDmG.
J XTERY DESIRABLE ROOMS on the second floor
, v for gentlemen and their wives, or lor single gen
; tiemen, with the use of a complete bath room, at No .
' iflt East Broadway. References exchanged 1 ‘ *1
’ TOBACCO, SNUFF AMD SEGARS.
WC. LEMON, invites the attention oi the pub
. lie, to his celebrated Fine Cut Chewing lo
bacco, and his Unrivalled Mectar Leaf. _»v'»ich is a
sweet Fine Cut Cavendish. Also, Smoking Tou«yCo
and Saulis, in all their varieties. W. C. L., mauufac
tures the above articles an 1 warrants them ol a
B decidedly superior quality and style.
= Also always on hand, a well selected assortment
r of Segars, suited to the city and country trade. Mer
r chants will find their interest in examining these
L articles before purchasing LEMQN
g 9 3m* 4 Wall nn.l 21? s(.<.
COPPER AND BRASS TUBING.
rpIIE UNDERSIGNED has on hand, and is con-
JL stantly manutacturii g tubing, both ot Copper
and Brass, of all sizes, and suitable! or all purposes,
at prices as low as can bo obtained at any other es
’B tablishment in tire country.
1 JAMES G. MOFFET,Store 156 Pulton st.
’t au 26tjl is* No 121 rrii.ee Rt.
‘ SAVE YOUR TIN ROOFS.
fTUIE Steatite Compound or Patent Soar* Stone I’aint,
- JL manufactured by the subscriber only, its prin
cipal virtues consist in its cheapness and durability,
the article being of such a nature as to resist the ac
■. tion of tho elements: lire, air,or water, have little or
no effect upon it, ana it is superior to any other paint
or cement lor preserving tin roofs hem destruction
k by oxidization or rust. It has been in use 1< r the last
“y twelve or fourteen years, and approved by thousands
Jg th Leaky°tai e r d 0010 covered with it, an J wan aided
tight, for one cent per sauare loot. Orders Iclt at the
in store No. 136 Chambers st, either for rools or pauxt-
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