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, „Twif —We would cn.ll tha reader’*
A.TTEN tbeC;tr( j 0 f OUiwfcU & Bearse,l99
attention i ' geutlamexi. a- will be seen m>o-
„ u ppij a number of articles of gnat
U ffnv U to the public. They are % e uple of go-ah- ul
ut IrnirtA who wlide making money for themselves
Sfl the public great service
The Tailor’s Co operative Union is we
laara about to remove from No 53 to No 54 Cbatloao
This will place their Store directly opposite
its present location. i bis Association has secured a
K o«cl run of patronage by the txceheLcc of its w< t i
and the low price* ctiavg. ■!. It U an establishment
worthy of the support of the public, audit is with
pleasure that we record i f n suco-mt
Dr. M’Lane’s Great Remedy for the
Liver UdmpUiut The proprietors of this oclebrat *
medicine are in daily receipt of th« most gratify‘mi
testimonials as to the excellence of thin remedy Dr.
MLane’s Liver Pill, in eftfes which had been glv«u
up as Incurable by the most skilful physicians, have
been cured immediately, «> aooa as these Pills were
administered. These certificates have been publish
ed. arcl have been so numerous, that it is now an es
tablished fact that VCLane’s Pills are the best
mediMne ever offer* d for the cure of Hepatic derange
merit. Lose no time, therefore, ye that suffer under
that worst of all scourges, the Liver Complaint, but
hasten to purchase aud use these Pills.
For sale by the principal druggists in New York and
vicinity. City druggists re ferred to, Schifieliu, Broth
er* & (Jo , 104 and 106 John street; Boyd & P«ul. 40
Ooartlandt street; Rnshtou, Clark &Go , Broadway,
aud E Thell, 47 Ruigers-st.
Mblodkon Wakeroom*.— Messrs. Car
hart St Needham, keep constantly on hand a splendid
assortment of these excellent instruments at their
Rooms 293 Broadway The public are respectfully
Invited to examine them. No charge is made for
showing them and giving fall explanation. Call aud
look at them.
Currier, the Celebrated Cake aud Pie
Baker at 191 Greenwich et, continues to be run dov n
every day by the public who know how to appreciate
the good things hs turns out
The Temple of the Graces. — This es
tab 1 is h went, which is 100 a ted a few door ab»v*
Niblo’u, announces two performances daily during tht
ootnieg week
New Sprin,g Gooes — G. M. Bodine is now
prepared to offer to the public, the greatest induce
ments in the way of Dry Goods, ever before k' Own
He has received within the last few days, more than
throe hundred cases of thi< Spring’s importations,
comprising, in part, the following goods, which w.
would respectfully solicit your ins pact ion of, and
which wo will guarantee to sell cheaper than any
other house in the city :
300 pieces of eplendid Brocade, striped and plain
Changeable Silks; 2000 white Crape Shawls, plain and
embroidered —acknowledged by all to be the greatest
bargains seen this season ; all descriptions of Ladies’
Dress Goods, very rich—in fact everything belonging
to our line, adapted to the season, may be found at
q M. Bodine’s 323 Grand st., corner of Orchard st.
gleanings from newspapers.
foreign Items.
The trial before the Assize Court of
Paris of the persons implicated in what was
termed the “German Plot” his terminated.--
They wero Communists, and were connected
with the Central Revolutionary Committee in
London. From the evidence adduced it would
appear the designs of the conspirators, which
were to be put into execution in the month of
May of the present year, were of the most de
structive kind The private letters of the con
spirators as well as their public manifestations
were of the same charao er.
The suspicions as to the policy which
the Governments of Franco and Austria are dis
posed, and possibly prepared, to pursue towards
the Swiss Confederation, under cover of a de
mand for the expulsion of certain political refu
gees, are corroborated from day to day by the
information we receive from the Continent.—
There is great reason to apprehend that a posi
tive arrangement, and perhaps a secret oonven
tion, has b en concluded between the two Pow
ers, on the terms propo ed by Austria to France
in the month of November last, for the purpose
of enforcing these demands upon the Federal
Government by military operations, beginning
with a blockade and ending with partial occu
pation
The total number of offenders, not ex
ceeding 16 years of age, committed to prison in
England and Wales in 1849, was 6,562; and in
1850, 7,070 ; being an increase in the lafct r year
of 445. Of these, 167 were transported in 1849,
and 184 in 1850. The total number of juvenile
offenders who were undergoing sentence in gaol
on the Ist of November last, was 747. Of these,
205 had boon in prison once, 90 twice, and 49
three times ; 29 were illegitimate, 329 had lost
one parent, and 103 were orphans. Of the whole
number, 327 were unable to read, and 554 had
not been brought up to any definite oc upation.
The remains of Tom Moore, the poet,
were consigned to their last resting place, in a
vault ( n tne north side of the church-yard of
0 Bromham. Eng , a village lying half a mile to
the left of tee tu-npike road leading from Devi
ses to Chippenham, and four miles from the f r
mer place. ' The stone covering the poet’s ashes
records the deaths of two of his children :
“Anastasia Mary Moore, born March 16, 1813,
died March 8, 1829; also her brother, John Rus
sell Mooro, died Nov. 23, 1842, aged 19 j cars
Tho Espana , of Madrid, publishes the
following singular coincidence, as connected with
the late attack on tho Queen It was in the se
cond year in the second half of tho century, on
the second day of the second month, at about 2
o’clock in the second half of the day, that Queen
Isabella the Second, at the age of twenty-two,
after having presented her second daughter at
the Church, was struck by an assassin who resi
ded at Calle del Arco do Triunfo, No. 2, on the
second floor.
As Mr. Berkely Bloxsome, brewer, of
Gloucestershire, says the London News of the
World, was returning home from shooting ducks,
and on reaching the rear of his dwelling he stop
ped, it is supposed, to draw the ch rge from his
gun While in the act, tho piece exploded, and
the contents lodged in Mr. Bloxsomo’s h art,
causing instantaneous death.
A phenomenon well calculated to create
alarm was observed in the neighborhood of Barn
sley, England, a little while ago, in tho shape of
a fiery meteor Its appearance was that of a
flaming torch of extraordinary magnitude and
splendour, which shot across the sky from a
north east to a south-west direction, about 20
degrees above tbe horizon, and for a few seconds
illuminated tbe country around with intense bril
liancy. The color of the meteor was a deep red,
except at the burning end, from which radiated
a white fl ime with a slight tinge of blue. In
one part of its course it became partly extinguish
ed, but instantly rekindled with increased splen
do*. It was visible about six seconds.
A few days ago, a man and woman pre
sented themselves at the altar of the church of
Reiohenberg, in Bohemia, each of whom was
deaf and dumb. The bride, the daughter of a
citizen, had become acquainted with her husband
in a deaf and dumb institution at Prague, where
both had beeu educated. Ihe marriage cere
mony was performed in perfect silence. The
questions were handed to each written on slips
of paper, and the answers were returned by nods
or shakes of the head.
About three weeks ago, says the Tralee
(Irish) Journal, as Mathew Moriarty, Esq , of
Ventry, was, with his wife and servant, returning
from divine service in Dingle church, he was met
on Milltown bridge by a party of eight or ten
meu, who, after using most abusive language to
him as a Protestant, and pressing his car against
the battlement of the bridge, rushed on and drag
ged him into tbe dyke, whe e they knocked him
oown, and continued beating h m till he was res
cued by his brother, the Rev. Thomas Moriarty,
who was driving a little in advance, and, having
missed Mr. Matthew T Moriarty off his car, re
turned to seek him. When Mr. Moriarty came
to the assistance of bis brother, he found him
covered with blood, and perfectly insensible as to
what had taken place. Mr. Moriarty being
much respected, and very popular in this quar
ter, tbe assault has caused great excitement and
much regret among all classes.
1 Recently, as one of the men was cutting
roed on Whittlesey Mere, England, ho heard a
hare cry out at some distance. Thinking she
Might be caught in a snare, he hastened to the
spot, w en he saw poor puss surrounded by three
foxes, gradually narrowing the circle round her.
She appeared transfixed with fear. As soon as
the man was seen by the foxes, they made off, as
did likewise the hare, but in an opposite direo*
tiou. The water having been taken from the
reed shoals, they form a favorite and secure re
treat to the foxes, a great many of who a are
harbored in the reed sedge and flags, to tho
great loss of the poultry yards in the neighbor
hood.
A horrible case of self-mutilation quite
recently ooourre d in a classical .school near Wind
eor, England. It appears that cne of the schol
ars, aged 11 years, failed in tho task expected of
him, and was ordered by his tutor to make him
selt perfect. The youth obstinately refuse 1, and
in a fit of passion deliberately sharpened his pen
knife and out a piece, an inch in length, eff his
tongue The event has caused considerable ex
citement in the neighborhood, but the only per
son to blame is the unfortunate youth, who will
thus through life suffer for this unprecedented
paroxysm of temper. The youth is improving
satisfactorily, and is enabled to articulate so as
to be understood.
Domestic Items.
The Catholic Almanac for 1852 has full
statististics of tho Roman Catholic Church in
this country, compiled mostly from official
sources, from which it appears that there are in
the United States 6 archbishops, 26 bishops,
1,385 priests, 1,411 churches, and a Catholic
population of 1,990,000, which includes 115,000
in Oregon, the Californins, New Mexico, and
the Indian Territory.
Essex county, in Massachusetts, is more
1 densely settled than any other tract of its size
I in the United States. Its population in 1850
was 131,306 ; number of towns, 30; population
f to a square mile, 328.
The Buffalo and Rochester Railroad
will complete their straight track to
Batavia by the 18th of September next.
A shooting affray took place at Frank
fort, by., on the 24th ult., between Mr. James
» Evans, constable, and Mr. J. E. Dryden, a car
penter, in which the former was severely wound
ed by a pistol shot of the latter. Dryden shot
in self defence.
* ..f welve millions of acres of public lands
year 6 mar kct during this present
The trial of the Rev. Calvin Fairbank,
at Louisville, was concluded on the 24th ult.—
f lie was sentenced to hard labor in the Peniten
tiary for fifteen years.
[n Providence, R. 1., two Working As
sociations of Mechanics have been formed, one
of carpenters, and another of practical machin
ists and iron-workers.
There are upwards of thirty Masonic
Lodges now organized in tho State of California,
the most of which are in a highly prosperous
condition.
The extraordinary success of Brookmire,
the California wheolburrew emigrant, has stim
♦ ulated others to follow in his track- A man fifty
I years old, with nothing but a wheelbarrow loaded
' with provisions, passed thiouvh Cincinnati tha
other day, on route for the diggings,
Rutland county, Vermont, has now com-
Vloted within its own limiis, one hundred miles
outailroad, all centering to its common contra!
point m Rutland.
Another rich vein of lead has been dis
covered at Galena, jielding 30 000 lbs of metal,
A gambler, named Williamson, was
«t?. a by thu passengers of an Uhie river
„® s “ ar » *ew days ago He was taken into tho
*ood» andreoeivod 3 i xt y- toven lashes, each of
wuioh brought tho blood.
hnJao. that Col. Fremont has received
' on hfi iw®.' ‘ ustead $250,000, M waa reported,
titl„ M ."'P° S 1 « old lot Ho has to “make the
"‘ S. tr ® h *> gets any more. This will be
n-T, j d 'F OUU ta,k for the wo ap-
Tt „ a ’ . n any Previous undertaking of his.
thfa 16 ! aa,fr for him appropriate tho paths of
eali7n nt, 7, and . trad ®ra of the mountains, and
taW« .if? b 8 discoveries, lhan to show indispu
title to his exaggerated Mariposa claim.
jf r ... ' 8 B , tatec * that Governor Kossuth has
oinna i t rk t e w . ar °* 10IISe i nine miles from Gin-
I refugees if, *? ra ' Bli deployment for Hungarian
coutroments tbe manufauture °< saddles and ac-
I Capt tWeilty Hungarians, under
to purchase 10 Onn 6 B ° nu IS , SCIU ' *’ with meanß
fea P d to stock &n ' ’
Laborers* wages are higher at the
present time in California, than they were a year
and a half ago. When the. Sacramento City
levee was built, contractors employed plenty of
men at $75 a mouth. Now, it *s seldom t at a
man can bo found willing to perform any kind of
work for less than SIOO a month. A largo im
migration will doubtless somewhat reduce wages,
in r,be course of the next six months, but it is
not pro able that the stand .rd price for heavy
work, will be less for some years, than it vas
during the summer of 1850.
Au old lady named Like, at Mt. Carmel,
11 whim lignin gbe pipe over the fire a law
days ago, fed, a- d was burned <o badly that obs
died hi a few ini u
The Louisville Daily Courier has the
nameb cf Miott and Jon* a at ha h ad of its col
umhti or President aud Vic« P.eaidcut
MMUtiED.
lu this city, on Thursday eveninar, March 18. bv Rev
Dr. Taylor, of Grace Church, HENRY BURDEN and
LAYINIA A. HEBBARI) both of this city.
At Quaker Hill. Dutchess Co. n.Y., Mu oh 15, JO
SEPH PIERCE, Jr. and PHEkE T. IRISH.
At North American Phalanx, Monmouth Co., N. J.
ou Tuesday, March 9, by Rev. J. French. WM. ASHBY
FRENCH ana ANNA PATTER&ON
In tuig citv, or Thursday last, by Rev. James Millet,
JOSEPH CUMBERLAND aud ISABELLA JOHNSON,
all ot this city.
At White P'ains, on the 17' h iusfc., by the Rev. Robt.
W. Hints, WM. DELANDER, Jr. aud AMELIA C.
LAWRENCE.
In Utica, on Sunday. March 14, by the Rev. Mr. Rosen
thal, M 1). ABRAMSKI, of Suwalk, Poland, and SA
RAH D. MURRIS.
In *Ms city, on Thursday, March 18, by Rev Cyrus 11.
F'V. EDWIN N. DODGE, of Buffalo, and CAROLINE
P.Tihbets.
In Brooklyn, on Wednesday, 17th inst , by the R«v.
Dr Vinton, F. T. L. BOYLE and KATE E. SATTER
LEE.
In Winchester, N. H., on the 10th inst., by Rev. Mr.
Manson, HENRY GOULD and JULIA A. TOvfEH.
At Cincinnati,-on the 26th ult., by Rev. Thos. Flavell,
Rev. WILLIAM WILSON, D. D., and ANNE CAMP
BELL.
At Williamaburgh, on th« 12th inst., A. H. GRIS
WOLD and MARY ELIZABETH MEEKER.
At New Bedford, on the 12th inst. bv Icev. Mr. Craig
THOS. A. CORY aud SUSAN A. TALLMAN.
At New Hackensack, Dutchess Co., on Wednesday.
17th inst . by Rev. C. Van Cleef. MERRITT VAN WERT
and PHEBE ACKERMAN.
own.
On Friday, March 19th, 1852, Mrs. SARAH PETERS,
wife of John Peters, and daughter ot Mary and Elian
Aiuley, native of Thongsbridge, Yorkshire, England, aged
28 years, 4 months und 9 days.
The relatives and friends of the family and members of
Hancock Lodje No. 49, I. O. O. F., aie respectfully iuvi
te«J to attend her funeral from her late residence, 246
Division street, at half pabt 12 o'clock to-day, (Sunday)
the 21st inst.
In this city, on Thursday, 18th inst., WILHELMINA
BARKUS, in her 74th year.
In this city, on the 18th inst., SARAH COX, in her
71st year.
in this city, on the 19th inst , MARY CUNNINGHAM,
aged MO. *
In this city, on the 18th inst., JAMES DORLEY.
aged 48. .
In this city, on the 19th intt., ARNEST C. FINK, in
his 67th year.
jff£~ Arrangements for the Funeral of
HENRY GIBSO v ,
THE LAST OF WASHINGTON’S LIFE GUARD,
NEW YORK, MONDAY. MARCH 22, 1862.
ORDER OF PROCESSION,
Under command of Captain J. C. Hcluk.
Military of New York.
Military of Brooklyn and William sburgh.
Military cl Jersey City »nd Hoboken.
Military of Newark.
Continental Company as Escort.
Clergy.
Continental company.
Under command of Capt. J. C. Helms,
as
Guard of Honor.
Hearse.
Pall Bearais.
Orauddaugbier of Deceased.
Veterans of the War of 1812.
Officers of First Division New York State Militia.
Military officers of Brooklyn, Wllliamsburgh, Jersey
City, Hoboken and Newark.
New York State Society of Cincinnati.
Delegation from Orange County.
Mayors of New York, Brooklyn, Williamsburgh, Jersey
City and Newark.
Common Councils of New York, Brooklyn. Williams
burgh, Jersey City and Newark, in carriages.
Order of United Americans.
Civic Societies.
Citizens.
The procession will move at 10 o’clock A. M., from the
City I Jail, pass through Chatham st., Bowery, Grand st.,
Broadway, Fulton st. to Fulton Ferry, from thence to
Greenwood Oemetary, where his remains wiliibe interred.
COMMITTKKON BkHAT.P OF COMMON COUNCIX. :
WESLEY SMITH. ) Board
WILLIAM T. TWEED, > of
JOHN PEARSALL, 5 Aldermen
TIMOTHY O’BRION. ) Board
WILLIAM ANDERSON, > of
JOSEPH ROGERS, ) Assist. Aldermen
t£g~ AVayne Chapter No. 53, O. U. A.—
The members are earnestly requested, by permission of
the G. S., to meet in full regalia (in crape) on Monday,
22nd inst., ar, 9 o’clock, A. M , at their rooms, corn- r of
Hudson and Grove sts., for cue purpose of attending the
funeral of the late lamented Henry Gibson. Ail brothers
in good standing are invited to join with us.
LEWIS A. COWEN. S.
E. S. Dußors, C. of the C. m 2! It*
0(|- Drs. Napoleon Prcterre «Sf Louns
berry. Dentists, have removed their office from No. 333
Broadway, to No. 383 Broadway, between White and
Walker streets, where they will continue the practice of
their profession in all its various branches. m2l It*
jjar Spring Bools $3,50, made to order,
of the best French calf skin, with patent spring shanks,
in the most fashi mable atyles.jwarranted to fit, for $3,50,
at A. BAKER’S, SO Beekman street. French patent
leather Boots, $6 50. A good assortment constantly on
natid. Call and examine for yourselvei. m2l It*
Anniversary of E. L. Snow Social
Union No. I—The E. J;. Snow Social Union No. 1, will
celebrate their Sixth Anniversary by appropriate exerci
hos, viz.: Address, einging, &<>. Altec whicn, those who
Uel inclined, can enjoy taemselves in the mazes of the
dance, a competent cotillion band having been engaged.
The anniversary will bo celebrated on the EVENING of
the 25th of March, at the City Assembly Rooms, (ior
morly tho Coliseum.) No. 450 Broad way. Tickets admit
ting a lady and gentleman, pi ice 600., can be procured of
the following persons, viz.:
Mrs S H Coleman, No 621 Fourth st; Mrs Knapp, No 118
Norfolk at; Mrs Calhoun, No 83 Chrystie st; Mrs VVeMi,
No '22 Norfolk st; Mrs Bingham, No 61 Chrvstie si; Mrs
C Fenton, No 107*6 Mulberry st; Mrs White, No 38 Crosby
et: MrChas T Hooper, No 51 Greenwich *t; Mr Wilson C
Derby, No 79 Fulton st; Mr. E Newell. No 67 Greenest;
T A Wood, 55 Grand st; L Kelly, 114 East-27th st; and at
the door on the evening of the exorcises.
Addresses will be delivered by the Hon. Horace Greeley
and Hon E. L. Snow. m2l It*
Republican Building Mutual Loan
and Accumulating Fund Association Office Apollo
Rooms, 410 Broadway Open from 9A. M , until 2 P.M.
President, JOSEPH N. BARNES.
Vice President, JAMES G. MOFFBiT.
Assc. Vice President, JOHN E MILLER.
trustees:
Wm J, Valentine, Harvey Hart,
Isaac Mix, Jr., Gilber* S. Nixon,
John P Hone, John Hoope,
Edwin R Barnes, George Boyd, ,
Jesse D. Price, Henry M. Stevens,
Edw’d S. Kidder, Henry Bruner,
Horatio N. Wild, Ohas. H Ring,
James Timpson, Wm. B. Peck
JOHN BOYD. Surveyor.
’ J. BANCROFT STEVENS, Attorney.
JOHN T. CAIRNES, Secretary.
The Books of the Association are now open for sub
scription ; persf ns desirous of joining can do so by ap
plying as above.
Shares, $800; Dues. *3 per month. m2l It*
iKT Home.—Diy Dock Building and Mu
tual LOAN ASSOCIATION.—A special meeting of
this Association, will be held on MONDAY EVENING
March 22, at UNION HALL, corner of Avenue C and
Fourth st. A few more shares remain. Those wishing
to invest their money to the best advantage, would do
well to attend this meeting. Bye-Laws can be had at
the meeting, or at 179 Orchard street, any evening.
D. O. SMITH, President.
W. V. Barr, Secretary.
TRUSTEES.
JAMES H MONTROSE, GEO. W. McREE.
WALTER H. MANNING, GEO GARDNER,
WM- ENNIS, JOHN McCAFFIL, Jr
m2l It* Attorney R. IT. CUDLIP.
«S“The Rose Hill Building and Mutual
LOAN ASSOCIATION will hold a special meeting on
MONDAY EVENING. 22d ins ~ at 7*6 o’clock, P. M., at
UNION HALL, cor. of 22d street and 3d avenue. Wm.
T. B. Milliken, Esq. and others, will address the meet
ing. Tho public are invited to attend, as the subscrip
tion list will soon close.
CHARLES A. DAY - , Secretary,
m2l It* Office 114 Fourth Avenue.
jygjr Plienlx Building asnoclatlon - Incor
porated Peb. 25, 1852—will hold a public mooting at the
HERMITAGE HALL, corner Houston and Allen streets,
on MONDAY EVENING. March 22. Hon. Jacob L.
Fenu and Quentin Mo Adam, Esq., will address the meet-
ing.
The Pheuix is in a very prosperous condition, and pos
sesses all the important and liberal features that are re
quired to reudor it an easy, safe and profitable institu
tion. It affords a poor man an opportunity of building
or purchasing a house of his own selection, while as a
medium for “ small savings,” it offers a more profitable
mode of investment than any that has heretofore ex
isted.
Tho officers chosen by this Association are men who
are well known to be competent and trustworthy, and
entitled to the fullest oonfldenc-.
Entrance Foe, $2; Monthly Dues, $3; Shares SBOO.
All that is required at present, to join, is $2. Interest
of 6 per cent, allowed on dues paid in advance.
WILSON SMALL, President, 91 Ludlow st.
AMOS WILLETS, Vice President. 276 Pearl st.
Ax. feed R. Hatfield, Seo’y. Office, No. 65 Chatham-st.
TRUSTEES.
Warren Chapman, Robert M. Dewitt,
Andrew’ Hume, Joseph Nesbitt.
Peter J. Powles, Edward J. Small,
George W. Dawson, James Cuthell,
George A. Barney.
Q. Mu Adam, Attorney, 62 Wall st.
Jacob L. Fknn, Surveyor.
Hooks for subscription are open daily at the Secreta
ry’s office, No. 65 Chatham street. Prospectuses and
Bye-Laws, and full information, can also be obtained
gratuitously at the office. m2l It*
W Better than Ever.-'The last meeting of
tho SECOND GREENWICH BUILDING ASSOCIA
TION was one of the most gratifying ever yet held.
The audience was vsry large, composed of mechanics,
tradesmen, clorka , and others interested in the princi
ples of Building Associations. Tho speakers took up
the objection's which have been lately urged against
these institutions, and satisfied all of the perfect safety
of the system, and the largo profits to be realized by
every member. At the close of the meeting a great num
ber came forward and subscribed for shares, and many
decided to join at the next mo-ting. To afford one more
opportunity, probably the last Public Meeting will be
held in the Bleacher Buildings, on MONDAY EVEN
ING, March 23, at o’clock. Persons desirous of en
tering this prosperous Association should not lose this
chance. Come and satisfy yourselves of the great ad
vantages offered. The tul'est information will be freely
given. JOHN KRYSER, President.
/ GEORGE STARR, Vice President.
R. Ross, Jr., Sec’y.
TRUSTEES.
Chas. Crane, .las. M. Post, Samuel Sinclair,
John Tliomas, D. C. Weeks, Wm. C. Smith, Jr.,
Gf o P. Nelson, T. W. Farr, Robert Pederson.
Those who cannot possibly attend the meeting on Mon •
day night, are invite l to call at the Office, No. 43 Eighth
Avenue, and subscribe for shares. m2l It*
No Place Like Home.—THK IRVING
BUILDING AND MUTUAL LOAN ASSOCIATION
will hold a
PUBLIC MEETING,
at CHATHAM HALL, No. 5 Chatham Square, on TUES
DAY EVENING, March 23d, at 73-g o’clock.
Addressee will be delivered by able .speakers, who will
fully explain ths workings of this beneficial Assccia
tien.
Entrance Fee. for the present, $2 ; monthly dues, $3 :
shares, SBOO.
This Association is NEARLY FULL. All persons that
are desirous of securing shares in this flourishing Asso
oiatiou should not loose this chance, as the books will
SHORTLY CLOSE.
Ladies and gentlemen are particularly requested to
attend.
MORRIS FRANKLIN. President, 106 Broadway.
GEORGE H. BELL, Vice President. 158 Nassau at.
Albert H. Nioolav, Soc’y, No. 244 Grand st.
Thomas Lawrence, Attorney, 15 Bookman st.
trustees.
Geo. H. Franklin, 173 Westst.
Geo. W. Rihlet, County Clerk’s Office, City Hall.
Silas C. Herring, 137 and 139 Water st.
Jambs Jackson, Jr., 487 Broads ay.
Royal G. Millard, 89 Barclay st.
Nelson Puff, 216 Duane st.
Elias Combs, 24( Grand st.
F. G. Richardson, 43 Pulton st.
Geo. T. Maxwell, 18 City Hall.
Office of Association, No. 244 Grand street. Open
every evening from 6 to 9 o’clock, and on WEDNES
DAY from 3to 9 o’clock, P. M.. for ladies. Articles
of the Association may be had gratis. w2l It*
Dd* The Fill ton Bulbllng mid Mutual
LOAN ASSOCIATION will hold a Public Meeting «n
THURSDAY Evening, March 25th. at CHATHAM HALL,
No. 6 Chatham Square, at half past 7 o’clock, for the
purpose of receiving New Members.
An Address will bo delivered, explaining the objects
and advantages of this Association to those who desire
to invest money profitably and safely, and all those,
both male and female, who labor for a living. This As
sociation offers unequalled advantages to its members.
Among the numerous advantage, maybe mentioned
the following : 7 per cent, will be allowed on six months’
dues or over, when paid in advance; and should any
member wish to withdraw after being a member six
months, an additional 7 per cent, will be allowed. There
by securing a double interest, at least three times as
much as allowed by the savings hank. This is an entiro
new feature in Building Associations, and well worthy
the attention of all taking an interest with the advance
ment of the Meshanioand Workingman.
To those who wish to remain members until the Asso
ciation closes, a much larger profit is made on their in
vestment, or if they prefer money, it will be advanced
to enable them to build a house to live in. Thereby en
abling thorn to be their own landlords and to compete in
the great struggle of life with capitalists and monied
Mon. x- ,
i.adies are particularly invited to attend, as they can
subscribe to pne or more shares, and hold them in their
own name, with the same rights and privileges as the
opposite sex. Parents can subscribe for shares for their
children, which will enable them to educate and furnish
a capital to start business with at some future da} y
Shares are limited to 800, a very large proportion of
which are now taken up. Come early and subscribe, as
no more will be sold after the above amount are taken up.
Subscriptions will be received by the following officers:
SAMUEL SOUTHERDEN, President.
24 Vaudewater street.
Wm. Weed, Vice President, 86 Bowery.
Isaac Amerman, Jr., See’y, 65 Third avenue.
TRUSTEES.
Geo. H. Walker, 61 Elizabeth, corner of Hester st.
Isaac L. Devoe, 40 Eldridge st.
I). W. Whitney, 27 College Place,
Henry McCollum, 40 Eldridge st.
Foster B. Williams, 145 Hester st.
Tobias V. Mumford, 20 Norfolk st.
Nathaniel Terpenny, 186 Fifth st. m2l It**,
jgr Notice—Building Associations’ Fire
INSURANCE COMP AN Y.—All persona who have taken
shares are hereby notified to call at the office of the Com
pany. Harlem Railroad Buildings, corner of Chatham
st. and Tryon Row, to sign the Charter previous to its
being sent to Albany. Aa nearly all the shares are ta
ken, persons w ish ng to hold anv stock in this Company
had better call at the office and subscribe immediately.
The office will be open on Tuesday fro*" 11 till 2, and.*)
till 7 o'clock, and on Wednesday from 12 till 4 o'clock for
persons to sign the charter and subscribe for the few re
malning shares
JOHN BRUCE, President.
S. Jkssuuun, Secretary. m2l It*
Fowlers «& Wells, Phrenologists anti
Publishers, Clinton Hall, 131 Nassau street. Office open
for examinations day and evenings. r'A) 3m *
'ilie Third Manhattan Building AS
SOCIATION.—The First Regular Monthly Meeting w'll
be held at 430 Broome street, corner of Crosby, one block
from Broadway, entrance in Croaby, on TO-MORROW
(Monday) EVENING, March 22d at 7% o’clock.
The monthly dues are now due. Members can pay sad
have their books at the office of the Secretary, No. 16
Spruce street, or at the meeting, ou Monday evening
next, March 22d, when shares will Le offered for redemp
tion.
The Eutrauoe Fee is $2; Monthly Dues, $3; Shares,
SBOO.
It costs now but Two Dollars to become a member, aud
the monthly instalment of Three Dollars in the course of
» few years—probably six or seven—will positively yield
the 'sum of Eight Hundred Dollars
Members paying not leas than six months in advance
will be entitled to interest thereon at the rale of 6 per
cent per annum.
W. T. B. Milliken Esq. and Jacob L. Faun, will ad
dress the meeting, explanatcry of the working of Building
Associations.'
A FREE DISCUSSION TO ALL.
This is the fourth public meeting ever held at this Dali.
It Is largo, aud will seat six hundred people, with new
and comfortable seats. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
ARE IN YITED TO ATTEND.
Persons desirous of becoming members of the Third
Manh*ttan Building Association oau do so by subscrib
ing at the mce' ing, or at the office of the Secretary, No.
16 Spruce st., 2d floor, where by-laws can be had free
of charge.
JAMES S LIBBY, President. Lovejoy's Hotel.
DAVIS COLLAMORE, Vice President,
N 0.447 Broadway.
J. W. Weston, Secretary.
trustees:
Jam*s Y. Watkins, 16 Oath- ! Albert Miller,l43Nassau st.
ariue st. j Wm H. Cornell, 69 Fulton
James Neeves, cor Houston Market.
,; iid Bowery. John A. Currier, 191 Oroen
Sevmour Whiting, 60 East wioh st.
Broadway. JosephHough,22oßroadw»y
Wm. A. Conaut, 12Bowery James L Worth. 24 do.
Jacob L. Fknn, Surveyor, No. 16 Spruce st.
''mi mi ov & J enkh. Attorneys, No. 64 Wall st.
Ml4lfc* _____
as- *• There la yet Time.”—THE ALLK
atiANIA MUTUAL LOAN AND ACCUMULATING
FUND ASSOCIATION, will hold its first PUBLIC
MEETING it UNION HALL, cur 3d Avenue and 2Ut
street, on Wedneudlty Evmmg, March 24th, IBW, at /X,
o'ol ck. Addrcs*s will he delivered by several eniineut
speakers, explauatory of the objects ot
and the heuelits pioposed to its Members. ''“d'OS. t ' e ",
tlemen, Uooliauice, Laborers. “" r ° ha “ t d ’’ d( !luba’oribe
others, will and it advantageouo •“ f? d *,
fnr Hhares The simple saving ot 7 cents per any is
toVecure the eSm of SSW at the termmstion of
Bumc eut to secure for subscription of shares art
noVopJ'naVtlmoffloe ofthe ?9S Third Avenue,
Z staHs Where all information w.il be cheerfully given,
and ‘•Articles of Association furnished gratis, The
office is open every evening (Sundays excepted) from 7 to
5 o'clock, until further notice. Information urmshed
aud subscriptions received, by either ol the otticera and
t,route p. Entrance fee, 50 cents; monthly aues, $2;
8 -M o jks Maynard, Jr., IS G*immeroy Park.
Vice President—J . H. Valintine, 94 East 16th st.
A»*’t Vice Fretiient— Richard Kelly, 344 Third Ave.
Trustees —Robert C. Voorhecs, 108 East 17th st.
Job L. Black, 1913 d Avenue.
Hiram Puroy, 79 Elizabeth at.
James M. Dennis, 84 Third Avenue.
Charles E. Peck, 132 East 21st st.
D. Hennessy. 92 East 19th st.
V. Bagley, cor. Broadway and Murray st.
' MOSES MAYNARD, Jr . President.
J H VALENTINE, Vice President.
RICHARD KELLY. Ass’t Vice Pwj't
Oscar F. Benjamin, Secretary. m>4-t
Popular Saving Bank. - A ?ub i-
Meeting for the purpose of admitting member, to the
WAVERLEY BUILDING ASSOCIATION, will talc;
place on THURSDAY EVENING, March 86, at half P«bt
8 o’clock, P. M., at Lent’s Room, cor. of -2d street and
Seventh avenues; admission free.
Addresses will he made hy several able speakers.
ing the objects of the Association, and the advant*Ri
proposed to its members. «itth avp
Theloffice of the Association is at No. US SIX 111 AY J.
NUE, and is open at all hours of the day and
and where subscribers can at any time sign the articlt*
the entrance fee, which for the present is onl>
Sub oriptlons received, and every information given bv
the Secretary, ae No. 70 Wall street, office oj Conn
and Enquirer,
N. B. MOUNTFORT, Prosi .ent
John Gregory, Vice President.
Jas. w. Hale, Secretary. 81 - l lfc
Lexington Building ami Accumulat
TNG FUND ASSOCIATION of the City of Brooklyn -
The above Ass Delation has been organized upon the plane,
those which have operated so successfully in this country
and in England. Entrance Feei 50 cents per Share
Monthly Dues, $2 60 per Share. Shares S6OO • neb. Six
per cent, interest allowed on all advance payments.---
Members withdrawing during the first year receive bac .
all Monthly Duos paid and six per cent, interest. Alt-r
the first year, they receive in addition a portion ot tin
profits earned.
OFFICERS.
Hon. EDWARD COPLAND, President.
ISAAC T. S. BRTANT, Vice President.
ISAAC BADEAU, Secretary.
TRUSTEES.
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Francis B. Striker, Pardon W. Kenyon
Francis D. Mason, Robert E. Dmau,
Juaah B. Voorhis, Wm. M. Muohmore.
Barnard & Parsons, Attorneys
ngy*- An adjourned meeting will bo held on Thursday
Evening, March 25, at 7*6 o’clock, at Granada Hal!. N
-92 Myrtle Avenue, when the character, objects, and bene
fits of this Association will be explained. Ladies ami
gentlemen are invited to attend.
mM tf Issac Badeau, Secretary.
“Get Money,” Save-Invest, and In.
CREASE IT.—HUDSON HIYER BUILDING and MU
TUAL LOAN ASSOCIATION. —This Association wi !
hold a Public Meeting at Bradbury’s Musio Room, No.
41.3 Broadway, cor. Lisp-n»rd-st., (thirdlloor.) on
DAY EVENING, Match 22, at 8 o’clock Addresses wi 1
be delivered explanatory of toe workings of Building
Associations.- Shares will be redeemed at the Regular
Meeting in April. Persons desirous of procuring money
to secure a Homo free from landlordism, will have an op
portunity at that time. Office cf the Secretary open
daily at No. 41l Washington-st., cor. LaighL where al
dt Sired information will be furnished. Dues $3 monthly.
Shares SBOO. Those wishing to join can do so by leaving
their names and Entrance Fee ($2) with the secretary,
or either of the following officers. Now is your chance :
SYLYANUS S WARD, Pns't , No. 411 Washington-st
ALFRED W. WHITE, Vice Pres’t., City Inspector,
trustees- (Park.)
John Boyce. No. 227 Greenwioh-st.
James Webb, No 43 Charlton-st.
John D. Dixon, No. 105 West Broadway.
Geo. J Rodman, Nos. 229 and 230 Weet-st.
Jacob La Wall, No. 66 North Moore-st.
Patrick Coyle, No 141 Chatham-st.
Geo. T. Warner, No. 314*6 Broadway.
B. 11. Romans, No. 72 Warren st.
John P. Brinkerhdff. No 23 Chambers-st.
OW. Morton, Secretary, No. 411 Washington-st.
John Hooper Surveyor, No. 106 Fulton-st.
Attorneysa.nl Counsellors, Edgar, Youngs, Ruth
ven, No. 25 Nassau-st. m 7 tf
i Chelsea Building and Mutual Loan
ASSOCIATION. —The third regular meeting of this Asso
ciation will bo held at the Assemb'y Rooms, corner of
35th st and Bth Avenue, on MONDAY EVENING,
March 29, 1852, at 736 o’clock.
It is well known that the majority of persons who
wish to avail themselves of the advantages of Building
Associations, are those who reside in the upper parte
tho city, and very many of them are unable to attend
tho meetings of those Associations which are located in
the lower part of the city. Therefore, to remove that
objection, it was found necessary to organise an Associa
tion with a location more convenient and decidedly pre
ferable in its operations.
Among the many advantages which this Association
possesses over others might be named the following
The entrance fee will be 60 cents per share; monthly
duos $2, which will bo received in $i instalments, and
at any time during the month most convenient to share
holders. The value of each share will bo SSOO. Wh> will
not become a shareholder when they can do so by saving
7 cents per day ?
It is but a small amount to lay aside and there age but
few persons but what can spare the above amount from
their earnings.
This small sum. if deposited in sums of sl, in this As
sooiation. will, in a very few years, amount to tho large
sum of S6OO. Or, if you wish to purchase the house you
live in, or build a snug residence for yourself, you can
obtain the money to accomplish it by becoming a share
holder in this Association, and you have only to pay
about the same amount as you are paying for rent—thos
in a short time you own, free and clear, the house you
live in ; and in the possession of which the Homestead
Exemption Law carefully secures to you lull ownership
of the same against execution for debt.
Ladies and gentlemen wishing to become shareholders,
can do so by leaving their names, with the entrance tee,
w ith either of the officers of this Association, and well
known residents of the upper section of the city, A
book, containing Articles of Asaotiation, can be had
gratis.
Interest at the rate of 6 per cent, will be allowed on
dues paid in advance.
DANIEL BARNES. President, No. 116 West 22d st.
George R. Howei.t., Vice President, No. 32 Park
Row.
Wm. H. Hoyt, Secretary, No 230 Ninth Av.
W. W. Brackett, Attorney, No. 76 Nassau st.
Trustees— Abraham Brown, cor. Pth Av. and 26th st;
Francis A. Suiflen, No. 637 Hudson st; James Moore, cor
10th Av. and 26th st; John R. Doremus, No. 269 West
24th st; James P. Decker, No. 92 West 28th st: Daniel
Wilson, Lamartine Place. J 26 Sm*
X£T Third Mechanic*’ Building and MU
TUAL LOAN ASSOCIATION.- The unprecedented suc
cess of the second Mechanics’ Building and Mutual Loan
Association (12"0 shares having been subscribed for be
fore the first monthly meeting, and the subscription
books consequently closed.) a very large number of per
sons having been disappointed in becoming members of
the second, have commenced a Third Mechanics’ Build
ing and Mutual Loan Association, having incorporated
in their Constitution the same advantageous principles
to shareholders which found such favor with the public,
and which tilled up the second, its predecessor, so rap
idly. . _ , .
Any person, male or female, desirous of making lus ot
her small earnings more than triple itself in the space of
a taw years, or any person who is desirous of borrowing
moaey in order to purchase his own house on the moil
advantageous terms, who will but take the trouble to
compare the advantages offered by this Association, both
to lenders and borrowers, with those offered by other As
sociations, will at once find the key to the success of our
plan; for instance,
Ist. It will loan money at 6 per cent, per annum on the
amount advanced.
2d. It will allow interest at the rate of 7 per cent per
annum to all persons who prefer paying their subscrip
tion for two months or more in advance, thus securing a
double interest—firstly, the above 7 per cent; secondly,
their share of the profits. Persons who wish to borrow
money for the purpose of buying or building their own
House or Farm can here secure an advance on f»r more
11! I u ni; Vi L » U 1 m v.au uvuv. ouv.u»v w.v .......... — <
liberal terms than is offered by any other Association.
:Jd. Persons desirous of withdrawing from the Society
can do so at any time, by giving one months notice ; and
receive back all the dues paid by them, with interest at
the r»te of 7 per cent per annum.
A person who will but save 14 cents a day, (and there
is not one person who cannot if so disposed.) can in this
Society secure in a few years a small capital ($1,000)
with which he can establish himself in business, and
thus achieve his own independence.
The entrance fee is 60 cents per share; monthly pay
nionts $2 per share ; value of each share. SSOO.
■ Ladies and gentlemen desirous of joining can leave
their names with
J. H. SAYRE, President.
S. P. TOWNSEND, Vice Pres’t, 82 Nassau st.
Jacob Pecare, Secretary. 163 Hester st.
John Hooper, Surveyor, 106 Fulton st.
trustees ;
Cyrus H. Loutrel, 77 Maiden Lane ; Josiah M. Smith,
c rner Centre and Hester sts ; Dr. Henry S. Downs, 10°
Grand st; C. M. Wright, cor. Columbia and Union gt.,
Brooklyn; Henry Silberhorn, 94 Christy st.; R. M. Sel
leck, 90 Fulton st.
Edmund J. Po-ter, 6 City Hall Place; C. N. Potter, 27
Wall st., Attorneys.
The first regular meeting for the payment of dues and
admission of members, will be held on Thursday Evening,
M arch2s, at 7)£ o’clock, at Union Buildimra. 103 Bowery.
Mr D. P. Barnard and John Hooper will explain the
workings of this Association. The Secretary is daily from
9 a.m. to 1 r. m. at his office, 163 Hester-st., for the purpose
of receiving subscriptions. e 29 tf.
Bewaie.- Friends flit in appalling silence
around spectral bottles, that reflect mercurial blue in
chambers whose icy walls tearfully echo back the cough
ridden. Mrs. JERVIS’S Cough Candy comes, teeming
with the healing warmth of woman’s experience. Its
genial ministration is soothingly delicious, and Us place
in every drawer, and on every mantel-piece, and in so
many *’ mouths of wisest censure,” prove it to have stood
tho test of time. Sold by Mrs, JERVIS, No. 366 Broad
way. m!4 4t*
$1" Hair Dying at kauck’s Shaving, Hair
Catting. Shampoouing, and Hair Dying Room, No. 6
Roievelt street.
flair, Whiskers, and Mustaches dyed to any desired
shade, from alight brown to a jetblack, without the least
injury to tho skin or hair, with Lauck’s Excelsior Hair
Dye-the best and most durable Dye in the world ; its
action is instantaneous, and it never changes, while the
inconvenience attending its application is little more
than a shampooninjt would be. Charges moderate.
In combination with the above. Shaving, Hair Cutting
and Shampooning done in the beet manner. The proprie
tor hopes, from his long experience as a Hair Dresser,
constant care and attention to his business, with the
comfort, cleanliness, and convenience of his establish
ment, to please all who may favor him with their custom,
For sale: Lauck’s Excelsior Hair Dye, price per box
sl, or three .boxes lor $2,50. Also, a beautiful article for
the toilet; Lauck’s Chemical Compound Hair Tonic.
cents per bottle, at 6 Rosevelt, three doors from Chat
ham st. F 29 3m* •
4ST “ Prevention |» Better than turf.”
Though an old adage, no one will say it is not true. Thou
sands of persons who will probably lance over this ad
vertisement, are living witnesses of its truth. Many of
them, perhaps in the bloom of health in other respects,
are neglecting the disease which is now preying on the
brightest ornament of nature, the human hair, causing it
to fall out, b«» u mo thin, and ultimately producing bald
ooss.
STORE’S CHEMICAL HAIR INYIGORATOR,
Is a certain preventive of those diseases, and a sure cure
where they already exist. We positively assert that no
person need he without beautiful hair, who will taka pro
per care of it; and it is impossible to prevent baldness
unless they do so.
Storrs’ Inviqorator was not introduced to the peb
lio without an experimental knowledge of its effects.
The proprietor will vouch for the qualities which he claims
for it, and its virtues are authenticated by the endorse
ment of all who have given it a fair#rial. It will cleanse
the hair from all impurities, cleaning the pores of the
head of the scurf which clogs them, and prevents tho hair
from growing, reaching the roots of the hair, giving it re
newed life and vigor, and causing the hair to grow on
bald places. It will render the hair beautifully soft, lux
uriant, and silky, prevent its falling out, and keeps it de
lightfully pure and fragrant. For dressing the hair it has
no equal.
K - CAUTION.
STORES’ CHEMICAL HAIR INVIQORATOR, like
all other articles of true merit, has its base imitations
There are other articles offered for sale of nearly the same
name, but of course totally dissimilar in every respect.
I deem it my duty to caution the public against these
frauds. Purchasers should ask for tlie article by its full
name, and see that it is ao entitled upon the wrapper.
Never let dealers persuade you to use any other prepara
tion as a substitute for it. GEO. F. STORRb,
No. 68 North Eighth st., Philadelphia.
.Price Twenty-Five Cents per bottle.
Agents in New York—Dr. A. Doolittle, No. 141 Grand
ft. and C. 11. Ring, No. 196 Broadway, corner of John st.
m3O ly Bm*
As steadjr us tin- sublime flow of
water over the religiously-inspiring Niagara Falls, is the
demand for Mrs. JERVIS’S Co’d Caudy. People may
smile, and call it a ” mere candy,” but it has commingled
with the suirar—which is used to make the medicinal
properties easy to take—as dignified a simplicity, and as
happy a concoction of nature’s herbs, as ever human
ministration applied to pulmonary complaints. Sold by
Mrs. JERVIS, No. 366 Broadway. Ml 4 4t*
49-Western Bathing and Hair Dressing
Rooms, No. 13 Courtlandt street, under the Western
Hotel.—(Messrs. DEMONET & MYERS, proprietors.)—
Having, in order to keep pace with their increasing busi
ness, enlarged their room to nearly double its formersize,
making a very capacious, airy, and well ventilated sa
loon, with entire new and elegant furnishings, they are
now prepared to receive visitors without subjecting them
to that annoying delay so common in small saloons.
They have also, in addition to, and in immediate connec
tion with the hair dressing saloon, fitted up
A SUIT OF ROOMS FOR BATHING.
Warm, Cold and Shower Baths prepared at a moment’s
notice, in a style of neatness, comfort, convenience and
elegance unsurpassed by any establishment in the coun
try. D. &M. are determined not to be surpassed by any
of their competitors for public favors, and as long as
skill and art, together with spacious saloons, and every
appointment conducive to health, as required by taste
and fashion to render their patrons visits agreeable,
shall bo the meed they hope to merit a continuance of
fayorfl. rß3m*
*rH»lr Restorative—th«lu, ■« U«lr ln.l
- to restore the Hair, to cure effectually Dandruff
Scruff, tee.
ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS REGARD,
Will be paid by E. Phaion, to any person who «au pro
duoe a Hair Invigorator which can equal hie as a beauti
ful and healthy restorative of the Hair. This truly va
luable Hair Restorative has been before the citizens of
NEW YO IK. BOSTON, AND PHIL \ DELPHI A.
over twenty years; during which time it has given the
most perfect satisfaction, and superseded all other so
called Hoir Restoratives, Invigorators. many of
which are in the dark bosom of oblivion burled. Hun
dreds in the city of
CINCINNATI ALONE,
have cause to rejoice that they were induced to try one
single bottle of Phalon’s Hair having tried
most every thing r-oommended for the hair, without de
riving any benefit whatsoever Pnalon’a Hair Invigora
tor not only prevents
THE BAIR FROM COMING Ofti*.
but by its use preserves it to extreme old nge. For In
tents and children, whose hair may seem weak or thin,
their mothers can apply nothing better. It removes the
scurf, which is so apt to cause weakness of the hair in
YOUNG PEOPLE,
and which, if neglected, continues to render the roots of
the hair less productive the faster they advance in age.
Ladies will find the luvigorator a groat addition to the
toilet, but on acoonntof Oh delicate ami
AGREEABLE PERFUME,
and the great facilities it affords in dressing the hair,
which, when moist with the Invigorator. can be dressed
in any required form, so as to preserve its place, whether
plain or in curia. Prof. E. Phaion would again remark,
when used on
CHILDREN’S HEADS,
it lays the foundation for a good head of hair; and would
also state, it has res'ored the hair when hundreds of
dollars has been expended in vain upon other prepara
tions. It also dresses
THE HAIR BEAUTIFULLY,
keeps it soft, silken and clean thrice as long as any other
preparation. It will change the harshest hair into the
most healthy, glossy state- imparting to it a most beau
tiful dark color—keeping both the skin and hair in a
healthy and luxuriant state, until the latest period ot
life.
fFrom the N. Y. Tribune.]
We know of no compound for the which, as far
as our experience goes, can equal Phalon’s Chemical
Hair luvigorator. There is no remedy for the permanent
cure of baldness, and diseases of the head generally,
that has reached the popularity enjoyed by this article
It imparts vigor to the roots of ihe hair and promotes
its growth to a remarkable degree. Judge Edwards, of
Philadel obi a, a man over 7<> years of age, the top of
whose head was as bald as one’s hand two months since,
has now the hair growing fast by its use. There are ma
ny others, whose names we are not at liberty to give,
whose hair has been restored by Phalon’s Invigorator.
I From the N. Y. Sun.]
A young gentleman, a friend of ours, living on Sleeker
street, was attacked with fever—the hair on the top of
his head was dried off—the sides were covered with old,
rusty, dry hair, filled with dandruff; he ha« at this time
a beautitul head of hair from the use of Phalon’s Hair
Invigorator.
PRICE ONLY 50 CENTS PER BOTTLE.
Prepared by Prof. E. Phaion. New York
HAIR DYE —PUalon’s Celebrated Liquid Magic Hair
live is the best yet discovered for coloring the Hair or
Whisker?, the moment it is applied. The wonderful ease
and certainty with which this favorite and old establish
ed Hair Dye performs is astonishing. J»■ is for sale, or
applied, at Phalon’s Wig Factory, No. 197 Broadway.—
Copy the address. f 8 3m*
Removal.— THE MOB AND DAGUERRTAN
GALLERY—established in 184 U, and for the last five
years located at No. 132Chatham street—has been re
moved bo the beautiful ‘ New Free Stone Building," No.
65Chatham st., next door to the “Chatham Bank,” and
directly opposite Chambers street.
The public are respectfully informed that this estab
lishment has been constructed expressly for the Daguer
rian Art, and is second to no other Gallery in the United
States for the artistic arrangement of the light, also
posnofle'ng other facilities, both in the chemical and me
chanical departments, unequalled.
The “Reception Room” ban been fitted up expressly in
view of rendering every convenience both to Ladies and
Children. AUG’S MORAN i>.
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sgr Those Magnificent Daguerreotype*
fur which a Prize Modal was awarded to M B. BRADY at
the World’s Fair, have been returned in perfect order,
and are nowon exhibition at his Gallery, No. 206 Broad
way, eoruer of Fulton street, together with the portraits
of more lhan 500 of the most distinguished Stat'B
men, Scholars and Artists of our country, and are open
at all times to the free examination of the public,
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Hush’s celebrated Magic Cream LIhI
MENT, an Infallible Pain Exterminator. —The most won
derful article ever offered to the public for immediately
eradicating the severest Pains and Soreness of every de
ecription that the human system is afflicted with. Its
tost recommendation has been found in a trial which
costs bub 25 cents. The spi cial attention of Horse owners
is called to this famous Liniment as being superior to
any article of the kind now offered. Principal Depot, H.
V. BUSH, wholesale druggist, 325 GREENWICH, corn*
Duane st; also by E. M. Onion, cor Bowery and Grand st.
In Brooklyn, of Mrs. Hays, 175 Fulton st., Dr. Palmer,
1611 Myrtle Avenue, and by other Druggists. Fls 3m*
JR3T “It in not for a Day, but for all
time.”—Mrs. JERVIS’S Cold Candy, still continues its
usefulness in cases of Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Sore
Throat, Hooping-Cough, Asthma. &c. Sold by Mrs. W.
JERVIS, No. 306 Broadway: Zieber, Philadelphia; Red
ding, Boston; Gilman, Washington; Wright & Co., New
Orleans, and by Druggists generally. ml 4 4t*
jar Mr*. Jervls’B C«ld Candy is as familiar
in the mouths of the cough ridden as household words.
The asthmatic gasps for it; the consumptive smiles an
amiable bloodless, weak, white smile, as he stretches
out his emaciated, pale hand for its relieving presence.
Sold by Mrs. W. JERVIS. No. 366 Broadway, and by
Druggists generally. wl4 4t*
KeUlnger’s Magic Fluid, is certain to
renew'the hair if gone 30 years.it fastens and starts it
growing in 3or 4 applications. We can prove that one
bottle has fa D ceneu the hair in a whole family. Mr. Ed-
ward Dickson, at Hudson, had no hair for over 20 years
—now has a beautiful head of hair by the use of a few
bottles. Mr. D. L. Orrosby, the celebrated manufac
turer of porte., ale, cider, mineral water, &0., called and
said that his wife's hair, which was nearly ail gone, had
grown s > thick and fast that it must convince the most
obdurate sceptic of its restorative qualities for the hair.
West 17th st, between Bth and 9th Avenues, Mr. William
Gardner, who can be seen at W illiamfiburgh Ferry, has a
fine head of hair by the uso of six bottles. Mr. T. W.
Barker, 60, McDougle-street, had no hair for ten ycaro.
Also, Mr. P. C. Bush, 66 had no hair for
ciany years. Mrs. Mary Bandy, of Williarasburgh writes
us, that her two granddaughters have had their hair re
newed in a short time. By calling on Mr. John H.
Gatfield, the most remarkable case of restoring the hair
will be related, No. 31, Crosby-streot. Over 20 cases in
the little village of Yonkers, where the Dr. resides, have
have had their hair fastened and restored. It sells best
where it is most known. These cases are indeed aston
ishing, Hundreds of other cases can be adduced ; and new
ones are daily handed in. Ladies and gentlemen can be
fully satisfied by calling on Dr. K. at the Central Depot,
176 Bradway, White front House, between Grand and
Broom-streets. This remedy is perfectly delightful
and is sold in large bottles of SI, and at all prices to
suit circumstances. It it ten times cheaper than any
other article in the market. The Trade furnished aj
230 Pearl-street as usual. 026 ly 6m*
A3T* The Champion Lock of the World.
—Nowell'scelebrated Parautoptio Bank Lock having re
ceived the prize medal at the World’s Fair, with special
approbation, and vetoed the skill of Mr. Garhute, the
celebrated English locksmith, to pick it after a trial of
thirty davs, is now offered to the public by the subscri
bers as being impenetrable to all burglars and pick-locks
of any nation. Bankers, Jewellers, and others, will be
effecting an Insurance on their property by the purchase
of this look, which cannot be obtained from all the in
surance offices in the world combined.
DAY & NEWELL,
Bank Look Manufacturers,
Rn'«d«»v.
(%r?9 **>»
OTTIWELL & BBARSE
Tin, Copper and Sheet-Iron Workers,
AND DEALERS IN
Mot-Air Furnaces, Cooking Ranges and
Stoves,
ALSO, MANUFACTURERS OF SHOWERS, BALLS
AND CLOSET PANS.
199 THIRD AVENUE, N, Y.
FURNACES AND RANGES CLEANED AT THE SHORTEST
NOTICE —ROOFING, LEADERS, &C., PROMPTLY
ATTENDED TO. M2l3OQ*
H. R. R.
RADWAY’S READY RELIEF,
WILL STOP
THE MOST SEVERE PAINS
IN A FEW MINUTES, ANT) CUKE
The Mont Obstinate Rheumatic, Neuralgic, and Nervous
Complaints
IN A FEW HOURS.
Internal and External!
IT WILD STOP
THE MOST EXCRUCIATING FAINS
IN FROM THREE TO FIVE MINUTES '
AND HAS CURED
Rheumatism tn Fours Honrs.
Neuralgia fn One Hour.
Croups In Ten Minutes,
Diarrhea In Fifteen Minutes.
Toothache In One Second,
Spasms in Three Minutes,
Cramps tn Throe Minutes.
Sick Head Ache In Fifteen Minutes.
Chill Fever In Fifteen Minutes.
Chill Blaius In Ten Miuntes.
Bore Throat In Four Hours.
influenza In Twenty Hours.
SPINAL COMPLAINTS, STIFF JOINTS, STRAINS
BRUISES,CUTS,'WOUNDS, FROST BITES, CHOLERA
MORBUS, DYSENTERY, TIC DOLOREUX, AND ALL
OTHER COMPLAINTS WHERE THERE IS SEVERE
PAINS, RADWAY’S READY RELIEF WILL IN
STANTLY STOP THE PAIN, AND QUICKLY CURE
THE DISEASE.
PAIJV.
The immediate relief from Paiu is to the sufferer the
most potent desideratum, no matter what the cause of
Pain may be, whether it bo Rheumatism, Neuralgic,
Tooth Ache, Tic Doloreux, Head Ache, Diarrhea, Burns,
Bruises, and Scalds, Rad way’s Ready Relief will stop the
most severe and excruciating paroxysms in a few mo
ments.
TO THE SICK.
Ye who are at the present moment suffering the most
violent and tormenting pains, whoso joins, limbs, and
muscles are sore and aoning. whose nerves are weak and
feeble, and, by the constant attack of Neuralgic pain,
unable to resist the progress of disease, Radway’s Ready
Relief will, in a few moments, mitigate the most severe
paroxysms and quickly rid the system from the disease.
Ye who are suffering by the constant and frequent at
tacks of Diarrhea, Dysentery, and other Bowel Com
plaints, Radway’s Ready Relief will in TEN or FIF
TEEN Minutes, stop the most painful discharges, and
impart Health, Strength, Nervous Energy, and Vitality
throughout every Nerve, Cell, and Secretions of the sys
tem. Give it one trail, and wo guarantee that Radway’s
Ready Relief will exceed the expectations of the most
sanguine.
CHILL FEVER.
It will stopthe most violent paroxyms of Chills in FIF
TEEN Minutes, and by bathing the Head, Nock aud Back
with the Relief, it will, in a few minutes, relieve the pa
tient from pain.
SICK HEAD ACHE.
In Fifteen Minutes, Radway’s Ready Relief will relieve
the most powerful oases of this distressing complaint.
RHEUMATISM,
It will give relief, in a Few Minutes, to the most ex
cruciating pains, and will cure the patient in a few hours.
IN ALL CASES OF PAIN
Radway’s Ready Relief will be useful taken internally
aud applied externally, it will never fail in giving imme
diate relief.
See that each bottle bears the Signature of RAD WAY
it CO. upon the Label,
as* Price 25 and 50 cents per Bottle.
General Depot. RAD WAY k-CO., 162 FULTON ST.,
near Broadway. jai*
XI. S. LIFE INSURANCE CO,,
IN THE CITY OF NEW YOKE.
Office, No. 27 Wall Saeet,
POI.IUIK3 INDISPUTABLE, JCXOKPT ON THE GROUND OK
KRAUO.
Ogr This Company makes every Insurance connected
with Life Risks*, upon as favorable terms as any similar
institution.
DIRECTORS:
Frederick Sheldon, John J. Cisco,
Josiah Rich, Charles E. Bill,
James Suydam, Edward S. Clark,
James Marsh, P Van Sohaick,
Thomas C. Doremus, Isaac Phelphs,
Isaac A. Storm, Francis T. Luuueer,
James S. Polhemus. Benj. R. Winthrop,
Luther Bradish, JohnJ Phe
Charles M. Connolly, VV'm. M. Whittemore,
B. F. Wheelwright, Gerard Stuyvesant,
Wilson G. Hunt, Clinton Gilbert,
D. H. Arnold, Jacob Harden,
John A. Elisha Riggs,
W. H. Vermilye, Shepherd Knapp,
William Tucker, William B. Bollos.
FREDERICK SHELDON. President.
JOHN A. STUART, Actuary.
J. Eadik. Jr., Secretary.
J. W Scott, M. D.. Medical Examiner, residence No.
88 Ninth street, at office of Company daily, from 1 to 2
p. jj
G. P. Cammann, M. D. Consulting Physician.
Edgar S. Van Winkle, Counsel. A.H, 1851 ly*
FREEDOM PROM COUGH
IN TEN MINUTES AFTER USE
Over Fifty Doses in one Box for 25 cents.
BRYAN’S PULMONIC WAFERS,
FOB COUGHS. COLDS, ASTHMA,
BRONCHITIS. HOARSENESS,
SOKE THROAT, DIFFICULT BREATHING.
INFLUENZA, CONSUMPTION,
Awn am,
DISEASES OF THE CHEST AND LUNGS,
these Wafers give instant relief, and when persevered
will never fail to effect a lasting cure.
HALL, RUCKLE & CO.,
Wholesale Agents, No. 220 Greenwich st.
Jll Bmis*
REFRIGERATOR,
PROVISION SAFE AND SHOWER BATH
MANUFACTURER,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Refrigerators made and repaired to order.
mU 6m* JNO. M. SMITH. 468 Broadway.
BILLIARD -TABLES FOR SALE.
nn C. O’CONNOR, THE original in-
JL • ventor and sole proprietor of the vulcanized India
Rubber Cushioned Billiard Tables. These cushions are
used by all professors and amateurs. Billiard Saloon
proprietors can have them applied to their tables in one
day’s notice, without any inconvenience or loss of time,
by applying to the manufacturer, 41 Ann street, the only
place where the real article can be had, as there are many
impositions enacted on the public in Ann street and else
where. The subscriber would invite purchasers to call
and examine his stock before making their purchases.
These cushions never get out of order, and are always
the same. The subscriber has on hand, and ready for
shipment, an assortment of Billiard Tables of the best
description, with slate, marble, and wood beds of the very
best material and workmanship, to be seen at his manu
factory, 41 Ann street. Also for sale at the lowest prioe 8
in the olty, Cloth. Balls, Cues aud Maoes ; Cue. Wax anj
Preneh Ij I H Htn * I O, OTAVNOR
TOMPSON S HALL
WILL BE OPEN ON SUNDAY, 7th, IN
a New Place, under the Old Name aud Proprie
torship. JAMES TOMPSON.
872 Fourth Avenue, termination of 6d horse navigation,
next door above 27th street. m 7 lm*
ASTROLOGY.
PROFESSOR WILSON, THE CELEBRA
TED Astrologer, 212>£ Elm street near Spring, will
challenge the whole race or Astrologers to compete with
him in telling the past, present, and future events of life.
He'oan tell with the greatest accuracy the time and na
ture of sickness and recovery: success in business, time
of marriage, de crlption of wile or husband, gaining pro
perty, Ac., Ac., Ac. Nothing can escape his obrervation
when the time of birth is giv*n. P. S.—Ho has nothing
to do with Geomancy, Conjuration. Palmistry, Cards, or
any such humbugs—such deceptions are only practised
by impostors. Shortly will be published such an expose
of that impostor in White street, that will make persons
ashamed to acknowledge they have consulted him. w74t*
HANNA & BKBBB,
CANDLE WICK.—ONLY AGENTS FOR
Hanna lit Carpenter’s fine Candle Wick, expressly
for chandlers ms, from 2to 16 threads. For iftlo** Jw
raltoa i treat. oMa*
Great reduction in pricer, at
the Celebrated Largest and Cheapest CARPET
ESTABLISHMENT in the United States, No. 99 BOW
ERY, New York.
HIRAM ANDERSON’S
Eight Spacious Sales Room*. Wholesale and Retail.
SALES ROOM NO. 1,
contains the largest handsomest. and cheapest assort
ment of English and American Floor Oilcloths, to be
found in the city, from two shilling and sixpence to one
dollar the square yard, of one *o eight yards wide.
SALES ROOM NO 2.
contains the mo'it beautiful and variegated assortment
of English snd American
unparalleled low prinosrlfive shillings to six shillings and
sixpence per yard. New and elegant figures for Spring
Sales.
HALES ROOM NO *,
is fully stocked with an unrivaled assortment ot English
and American imperial Three-ply Carpeting, of new and
elegant designs, manufactured expressly for the City
trade, at a reduction oi ?6 per cent, from former prices :
6« fid , 7e. and Bs. per yard and upwards.
SALKS ROOM NO. 4,
contains one hundred and fifty pieces of fine Ingrain Car
peting, new 7 Fall style, at is fid., 25., 2s 6d., and 4s. per
yard.
SALES ROOM NO 5,
displays a great variety of English Druggets; from one
to four vards wide, from hs. and fid. per yard and up
wards. Also, an elegant assortment of Rugs, Mats, &c.,
at very reduced prices.
SALES ROOM NO. 6.
is fully stocked with every variety of Stair and Hall
Carpetiog, at Is. fid.,-2?. fid., 3e. fid. 4s , 6b., and fin. per
yard.
IN SALES ROOM NO. 7,
are the Patent Tapustry lngr*in Carpets exhibited at
the World’s Fair, formerly sold at 90. per yard, now sell-
I"*‘ tC ’.6d.P 9r |rLE3 ROOM VO. 8.
An extensive assortment of Table and Plano Covers ;
Window Shades from 9a. to $lO pernair; Table Oil Cloths,
Brussels and Tapestry Carpeting, Brussels Stair Carpet,
Plated and Brussels Stair Hods, Parlor Door Mats, &c.,
all of which are offered at 25 por cent, less than at any
other ettablishment in the city.
HIRAM ANDRRSON, No. 99 Bowery.
All goods packed free of charge. m2l It*
fTARPET AND OIL CLOTH WAREHOUSE,
No. 91 Broadway. Great Reduction in Prices
Families supplied at Wholesale Rates!
LIST OF PRICES.
Three Ply Carpets oi new design, for Spring Sales, 6s. to
Bs. fid. per yard.
English, Scotch, and American Ingrains, ss. to 6s,
Medium quality of Ingrins, So. and 4s.
Good Ingrain Carpeting, Is. fid., 25., and 2s. fid.
Common Stair Carpeting, 10d., Is. fid., and 2s.
Tapestry Venetian Stair Carpeting, 4s. to fis.
Axminster and Chenille Rugs, S 3 to SB.
Tufted Rage. *1,50 to $3.
Heavy English Oil Cloths, fi to 24 ft, wide, sa. to Bs.
Medium quality Oil Cloths, 2s. fid., 3s. fid., ts 4s.
Window Shades from 6s. to $6 per pair.
Also, Table and Piano Covers, Chenelle and Tufted Door
Mats, Carpet Bags, Table Oil Cloths, Stair Rods, Drug
gets and Stair Oil Cloths ; also, 4-4, 5-4, and 6-4, white
ane check Matting of the best quality : new style Lamp
Mats. &c., &0., &c,
N. B. Every effort will be made on the part of the
Proprietor of this Establishment to moke it worthy the
libaial patronage it has formerly met with, and ho has
become convinced, from past experience, that the regular
and low-price system, uniformity in prices, and polite
and attentive-clerks is the only true system to succeed
on. m!4 3m*
TUST RECEIVED, TAPESTRY, VELVET
and Brussels Carpets, English aud American Brus
sels, Three Ply, and Ingrain Carpets. New pattern* oi
Oil Cloths from the well-known Factory of Geo. S. Wily
& Co. Venetian Hall and Stair Carpets, fi 4, 12-4, aud
16-4. Druggets, Table and Piano Covers; Hearth Huggs;
Door Mats, &c. A Iso, 50 pieces all wool Ingrain Carpets
at the low price of 4 shillings per yard.
GEO. E. L. HYATT, 444 & 446 Peatl-st.,
m!4 2t* Opposite Wil iam-st.
Principal Operator.
MRS. CLEVELAND, 603 BROADWAY,
New York, who has obtained the highest modal at
the late Fair of tne American Institute, for her exquisite
specimens of needle work, respectfully announces to her
friends and to the public generally, that she manufactures
and constantly keeps for sale a large stock of superior and
fashionably made linen for gentlemen; also, pressing
Gowns, Bosoms, Collars, Cravats, Gloves, Hosiery, Bto.
Shirts, Bosoms, Collars, &c., &c., made to order in any
desired style, and at the shortest notice. The attention
of the gentlemen is solicited to an inspection of her stock.
She solicits the custom of all who desire any of the above
articles, which she engages to furnish in a superior stylo
of elegance. , ,
Mrs. C. would also inform her numerous patrons that
she has added to her establishment a Laundry, where
that branch of business will be carefully attended to.
JlB 3m* __
M. B. PETERS & CO.,
IMPORTERS OF WINES, BRANDIES AND
L HAVANA SEGARS, No. 300 BROADWAY, invite
the attention of wholesale and retail buyers to their ex
tensive stock of the following named goods, which they
offer to the public at prices 20 per cent less than can be
purchased in any other house.
Otard Brandy,
Castellion do
Seignette do
Martell do
Revert® do
Ilennessy do. &o.
Jamaica Rum,
St Croix do
Swan Gin,
Medar Swan Gin,
Hourglass do
Star do. &o,
Scotch Whiskey,
Irish do
Monougahela do
Madecia,
Port,
Sherry,
Sicily Maderia,
Burgunda Port,
Malaga dry,
Malaga sweet.
Families who wish to supi
goods, will lind this a desiral
chases. Brown Stout, Ales ■
all limes. [t)2B 3m*J
Lohillard fire INSURANCE CO.
OFFICE NO. til CHAMBERS ST , Ad
joining STEWART’S STORE. , CAP! T A I.
8200,000.-This Company, having their Capital all paid
in, aro now prepared to receive applications for Insur
ance on Warehouses, Dwellings, Merchandize, Household
Furniture, Vessels in port, &0., &c., against loss or da
mage by Fire.
DIRECTORS:
Corn. V. Anderson,David Morrison, John B. Durbrow,
Nath’l P. Bailey, Adam P. Tents, John A. Harriet,
Jas. M. Benedict, John J. Ferrell, Ell Kelley,
Samuel Bell, Nahum Sullivan, Morgan Morgans,
Wm, S. Duke, Wm. Adams, And’wG. Norwood,
Simeon Draper, Thomas M. Beare, Atnedee C. Fargis,
Theod. C. Jung, Wyllis Blaokstone,Washington Smith
Zophar Mills, Ezra P. Davis, John Add. Thomas,
Thomas Thomas.
CORNELIUS V. ANDERSON, President.
Washington Smith, Vice President.
Carlisle Norwood, Secretary
John Coger. Survejor.
JO** Applications for Insurance will also be received
at the Office of A- G. NORWOOD. 49 William at. v 8 tt
RICH’S SALAMANDER SAFES.
WILDER’S PATENT FIRE STATISTICS
for 1851.—Statistical account of fires in the year
1851, wherein RICH & CO. s Safes preserved their con
tents from the devouring element.
I "" 1 CONTENTS OF
q A m
I *8 000 in notes, &o
Books, &c.
do
OWNKUS OF LOCATION OF
SAFES. FIKKB
Wilsons Si Hy&fcfc.. Vazo City, Miss
John Williams.. . New Orleans..
Henderson & Peale do
Joseph Rafel do
K. L. Scannon ... do
Conway Tool C 0... Conway, Mass..
ft lea California Of
lice, (this Safe
was also in the
lire of May, 850) San Francisco..
A. S. Bates... ... Chicago, i 11.
Jas. Ferguson... , New York
L. W. Chapin do
J. G. Gilbert do
9 Safes in Great
Fire May, 4 1851.
The importance of being in nossei sion of such cheap in
surance for valuable documents, books, papers, fee., is
apparent on reading the above list, wherein it will be seen
that five Safes, (which cost the owners only $560) saved
property to the amount of $138,160 from fire. Certifi
cates to that effect can be seen at the store of the sub
soribers ; also, others extending over a period of ten years
past, during which time no instance has occurred wne-i
WILDER’S PATENT SALAMANDER SAFES. IM
PROVED BY RICH & CO., has failed to preserve its
contents in the fiercest fire
A large assortment of Safes of various sizes and put
terns, with and without powder-proof looks, for sale at
ths depoi*l46 WATER STREET 1 , NEW YORK.
Burglar-proof Bank Vaults and Vault Doors made to
order-
SETARNg & MARVIN, late Roff, Stearns & Co.,
(Successors to Rich & Co.) 146 Water-ft., N. Y.
The only makers of WILDER’S PATENT SALA
MANDER SAFES, with Rich’s Improvement, in the
United states. m 7 3m*
AT REDUCED PRICES!—THE REAL,
Genuine, Original JACOB’S, 100 Chatham street.
ONLY ACCORDEON AND MELODEON DEPOT.—This
old establishment received the premium for the case of
Musical Instruments at tho Fairs of the American Insti
tute.
As attempts have been made by persons bearing
the same name to reap the benefits of the said Premium,
the true Jacobs takes this opportunity to call the atten
tion of the public to the facts relating to the same.
The Premium Instruments are sold only at 100 Chat
ham street. All other claims to the Premium are sheer
impositions. This method is pursued by us to convince
and protect the public against impositions of a sinister
character. The party bearing our name, and imitating
our business, has, for the purpose of misleading the pub
lic, caused to be placed in their show window a silver
medal, obtained from the American Institute by some
of their family for making children’s clothing, as a pre
mium for making musical instruments. Persons arc
particularly requested when about purchasing and look
ing for our store, not to mind the name, but be certain
as regards the number, which is 100 CHATHAM ST.
In addition to our celebrated Seven Tray Acoordeons,
we invite particular attention to our Melodeons, which
embraces all the most recent and valuable improvements,
For softness and richness of tone, they cannot be excelled
by amy in the city.
The "Double Swell,” "India Rubber Bellows,” and
improved method of blowing with Pianoforte Pedals,
are additions which will certainly win tho admiration
of all our city friends who may honor us with a visit.
Also, constantly on hand a lull assortment of improved
Molodeons, including Carhart’s, Prince it Co., Dearborn,
and other celebrated makers.
Wo also invite special attention to our splendid assort
ment of JEWELRY,
whoh, for endless variety, design, and magnitude of stock,
cannot fail to please the most fastidious.
Our WATCHES are from the most renowned makers,
including T. F. Cooper, M. I. Tobias, Boesely, Yates & Co.
Watches exported by these makers are ot such world
wide celebrity as to require no recommendation. We
can with confidence warrant them good time-keepers, in
every way equally good as represented, and respectfully
solicit a trial.
We also submit tho following list of low prices, from
which no deviation can be made:
Accordeona. Gold Watches.
8 key single $1 37>i Fine Gold Watches. .sls U 0
10 do 1 87 Do. do 26 00
12 do 2 12 Do. Detached
Bkey double 276 Levers, 13 jewels... SO 00
10 do 3 26 Do. do 35 00
10 do. Inlaid.. 600 Do. Hunting 46 00
12 do. do 600 Increasing in price to 136 00
and varying in price Silver Watches.
to 75 00 Silver Watches 3 00
Yiolins and bows... 76 Do. r do 500
Flutes 60 Do. Quartier 8 00
Banjos 125 Do. Detached Levers. 13 00
Guitars 160 Cylinder Escapement
Melod eons from S2O to $260 1
Fine Gold Vest Chains, from $7 00 to 60 00
Do. Fob do 10 00 to 30 (JO
Do. Guard do 11 00 to 76 00
Sterling Silver Tea Spoons, per set 4 50
Do. do. Table do.. do 14 00
Fins, Ear-rings, Finger Rings, Wedding Rings, twenty
two carats, Bracelets, Armlets, and every other article
appertaining to the business, too numerous to be in
cluded in a published list of prices.
In consequence of the great popularity of our
store throughout the country, we have been obliged to
enlarge it to three times its original site; and, conse
quently, have enlarged our stock, which is now the lar
gest of the kind in America.
N. B.—Aooordeons Violins, Guitars, Banjos, Flutes,
Tamborines, Strings, and parts of instruments, of the
beat quality : for sale, at 25 per cent less than at any si
milar establishment in the city. Accordcons tuned and
repaired by Jacobs, who personally does the repairs.
jfcSF* As frequent complaints are made to him by par
sons who, through mistake, have left ihoir aooordeons
in another store, and have had them spoiled, he recom
mends his friends and customers to take no notice what
ever of signs and names, but boar in mind tho number,
whioh is
100 CHATHAM STREET.
P. B.—City and Country Merchants supplied on the
most advantageous terms. m 7 3m*
PATENT STRAIGHT NEEDLE PERPEN
DICDLAR ACTION SEWING MACHINE—Seen
rod by Letters Patent of the United States, August 12,
I'tfil. The only machine having right to use the straight
needle. To this machine was awarded the first premium
at the last New York State Fair; also, first premium (a
gold medal) at the Iwt Pair of the American Institute.
Great improvements nave just been added by the inven
tor—tor which a further patent has been applied. The
character of the machine for doing all kinds of fine work
is fully established, and it is tho only machine capable
of doing good work.
Machines and Rights for sale at the Office, No. 256
Broadway, N. Y.; also, at No. 57 South Fourth st., Phil
adelphia ; and No, 19 Harvard Place, "Boston.
Territorial Rights for sale on most favorable terms.
I. M. SINGER & CO.,
No. 255 Broadway, N. Y.
aiU 4t*
Astrologist, has removed from
Washington Square, where she has re-Wed for the
last twelve years, up tD SIXTv-SECOND STREET, be
tween the 3d and 4th Avenues, opposite Mr. Brjwn’s
Scale Manufactory. The 61st Street and Yorkvillo and
Harlem Stages pass near the door every few minutes.—
Fare cento m!4 4t*
Awning and flag depot, corner
BROADWAY AND PEARL STREET, opposite
the New York Hospital, where may be found a general
assortment of all kinds of Canvas Articles, Silk and
Bunting Flags, Banners,Ac. of all Nations and varieties,
on hand and made to order.-
N. B. The celebrated Anti-Mildew Solution applied to
Awnings at a trifling cost. Orders received and attend
ed to from all parts of the City through'the Dispatch
Post. 4»*
THOMAS B. BROADWAY.
WILL EXPOSE FOR SALE DAILY AT
his stand, No. 1 Clinton Market, some of the
choicest Beef aud Mutton that the New York Market
affords. As the oldest butcher in Clinton Market he feels
confident of his ability to supply the public with the best
of meats. He can confidently refer to numerous patrons
who have dealt with him for many years. While here
turns thanks for the liberal patronage which has been
showered upon him, he would assure the public that he
will continue to strive to merit their good will.
i*2l 8m »
BEEP, VEAL, AND MUTTON.
Abroadway, offers for sale
_• daily at his stand, 844 Broadway, one door above
Thirteenth street, a choice lot of Beef, Veal, Mutton,
Lamb and all other meats in their season, to whioh be
would respectfully invite the attention of the public
tIH ft«n»
TIN PLATE & SHEET IRON WORK.
YX7OOLCOCKB & OSTRANDER, 57 ANN
VV street, manufactures and has constantly for sale
Speaking Pipes, Mouth-pieces, Elbows, Ao. Zinc Tubing,
Bell Boxes, Ac. for Bell Hangers ; Tin Roofing and Lead
ers executed in the best manner and at the shortest no
tice. Goods packed in tin oases for the California and
other markets. Jobbing in every branch of the trade
promptly attended to. Speaking Pipe put up to order
with tbo imnrov«d whistle. 8m
The subscribed has in yard a
full supply of Anthracite and Bituminous Coals,
consisting in part of Peach Orchard. Black Heath, Le
high, English Cannel. Liverpool Orrel, Cumberland,
Sydney, fee., all of which is warranted to be of the very
best uuality, delivered in prime order and for sale at the
Tory lowest prioeo. JAMES L. WORTH,
No. 24 Broadway, and
p2B 3m* Fourth corner of Thompson.
CARPETS
"ATT’S
NEW CARPETS
SHIRT STORE.
Heidsieok Champagne,
Muram’s Verzinay do
Mumm’s Cabinet do
Grape Leaf do
Creme De Bouzy do
Verzinay’s Grand Mousseux
Champagne,
Fleure de Sillery do
Golden Crown do
Royal Crown do
Anchor do
St Denis do., &o.
Cordials,
Syrups and Bitters of all
kinds, constantly on hand.
Hooks and Clarets of va i
ous grades.
All kinda of Wines, Bran
dies and Liquors, bottled
and for sale by the single
bottle or the dozen.
»ly themselves with choice
.jle place to make their pv.r
and Porter may he found at
NO. 300 BROADWAY.
Jewelry, unknown
$30,000 in notes &o
Books, &o.
$4,000.
SI,OOO in notes, &c.
Books. &c.
sl*o,ooo in notes,
bonds and mort
jjagps.
Gold dust, &o. val
ve unknown.
San Francium
PRESENTS
SINGER’S
MRS. PEARCE,
PARISEN’S
COAL.
R H. it. No. 2.
('ONB UM P TIO N PHILOSOPHICAL!
V.' considered, and effootually checked
BY !<- K. R., NO 2,
RADWAY’S RENOVATING RESOLVENT.
Every organ in the system has a specific duty to per
form, and when disease or decay int<-rn.pts the functions
of either, it renders them unable to perform their duties;
and instead of increasing in health and strength, they
waste and consume their vital principles
BY CONSUMPTION.
We mean wasting away—a decay, a decomposition of
the vital organs, and their inability to perform their na
tural functions. The decay of the Liver renders it una
ble to secrete bile; the decay of the Kidneys to secrete
urine; the decay of the Lungs, to receive air and to ven
tilate the system.
Consumption of the Lungs,
Consumption of the Liver,
Consumption of the Kidneys,
Consumption of the Bladder,
Consumption of the Blands,
Is the wasting away and dissolution of these organs.
TO CURE CONSUMPTION,
We must treat every organ in the system, lor the Lungs
are not the only organs affected. It affects the Liver, the
Heart, the Kidneys, Bladder and Pancreas; and, in'taot,
every organ in the body is more or loss tainted with de
composition and decay.
THE LUNGS
IS THE BREATHING APPARATUS or the SYSTEM.
When the Lungs are in a state of decay, they arc un
able to receive or emit the necessary amount of air reqni
sibe to sustain life. The greater the atmospheric pres
sure upon the air cells, the more painful, irritable, and
suffocating is the weight upon the lungs.
THE GLANDS
Become smaller from the irritation and inflammation of
the lungs.
ULCERS AND LUMPS IN THE THROAT,
Are formed from unhealthy deposits, which the lungs are
unable to eject without the aid of powerful emetics, and
the Liver too weak aud feeble to secrete
PUSS
Becomes deposited in the bronchal tubes, it hardens and
is formed into lumps, which ulcerate, superate and dis
charge.
THE AIR CELLS
Are clogged, aud the respiratory organs checked, so that
breathing is rendered oppresive and exoeedinglydifßcr.lt.
RADWAY’S RENOVATING RESOLVENT
WILL ACT AS FOLLOWS;
THE LUNGS.
It will heal, strengthen and remove from them all dis
eased deposit, cleaning the air cells from all diseased
humors.
REMOVES FROM THE GLANDS
Inflammation; and rids the throat from Ulcers, Tu
mors, Hard Swellings, and other diseased deposits.
TO THE LIVER,
It will impart life and energy.
AND EVERY ORGAN IN THE SYSTEM
It will re-organize and cleanse from putrid and unheal
thy matter and humors,
IN TEN MINUTES
after baking this pleasant remedy the patient feels ea
sier. It immediately *llay» the irritable oougb, loosens
the tightnt ss across the chest, and relieves the sham
wrenching pains. Let the afflicted call upon RADWAY
& GO.. 162 Fniton H**eeb. Advice «rrx/i*. vSJGnj*
LIVER COMPLAINT,
JAUNDICE, DYSPEPSIA, CHRONIC, OR
J NERVOUS DEBILITY, DISEASE OF THE
Kidneys,
and all Diseases
arising f rom a Dis
ordered Liver or Stomach,
such as Constipation, Inward Piles ,
Fullness, or Blood to the Head, Acidity of
the Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust for
Food, Fullness, or Weight in the Stomach. Sour
Eructation s, Sinking, or Fluttering at the Pit of the
Stomach, Swimming of the Head, Hurried and Difficult
Breathing, Fluttering at the Heart, Choking or Suffocating
Sensations when in a lying Posture, Dimness of Vision,
Dots or Webs before the Sight, Fever and Dull Pain
in the Head, Deficiency of Perspiration, Yellow
ness of the Skin ana Eyes, Pain in the Side,
Back. Chest. Limbs, yy.. Sudden flushes
of Heat, Burning in the Flesh, Con
stant Imaginings of Evil, and
grea t Depression of Spirits,
cafi be effectually
cured by
DR- HOOFLaND’S
CELEBRATED GERMAN BITTERS,
PREPARED BY DR. C. M. JACKSON,
AT THE GERMAN MEDICINE STORE,
120 Arch street, Philadelphia.
Their power over the above diseases is not excelled, if
equalled, by any other preparation in the United States,
as the cures attest, in many cases after skillful physi
cians hud failed,
The.se Bitters are worthy the attention of invalids.
Possessing great virtues in the rectification of diseases of
the liver and lesser glands, exercising the most searching
power in weakness and affections of the digestive organs,-
they are withal safe certain and pleasant.
READ AND BE Cv*NVINCED.
[From the Boston Bee.]—The Editor said, Dec.3 —“Dr.
Hoofland’s celebrated German Bitters, for the cure of
Liver Complaint, Jaundice, Dyspepsia. Chronic or Ner
vous Debility, is deservedly one of the most popular me
dicines of the day. These Bitters have been used by thou
sands. and a friend at our elbow says he has himself re
ceived an effectual and permanent cure of liver com
plaint from the use of this remedy. Wo are convinced
that, in the use of these Bitters, the patient constantly
§ains strength and vigor, a fact worthy of great oonsi
eration. They are pleasant in taste and smell, and can
be used by persons with the most delicate stomachs with
safety, under anj' circumstances. We are speaking from
experience, and to the afflicted we advise their use. ’
Scott’s Weekly’, one-of the best literary papers pub
lished, said, August 25: “ Dr. Hoofland’s German Bitters,
manufactured by Dr. Jackson, are new recommended by
some of the most prominent members of the faculty, as
an article of much efficacy in cases of female weakness.
As such is the case, we would advise all mothers to ob
tain a bottle, and thus save themselves much sickness,
Persons of debilitated constitutions Yvill find those Bit
ters advantageous to health, as wo know from experi
ence the salutary effect they have upon weak systems.”
The Daily Sun say 3: “It is one of the beat medicines
of the age r Jaundice and Liver Complaint.”
Neals Gazette says: “Dr. Hoofiand German Bit
ters we know’ to be an excellent article,fulfilling in every
respect what is claimed for it by the advertiser.”
The Evening Bulletin says: “The celebrated Ger
man Bitters are said lobe an invaluableremedy for Jaun
dice, Dyspepsia, and Nervous Complaints.”
The Daily Nfcws, July 21. says: A Medicine.— Wo
speak kuow’ingly of Dr. Hoofland's celebrated German
Bitters, when we say it is a blessing of this age, and in
diseases of the biliary, digestive and nervous systems, it
has not, we think, an equal. It is a vegetable prepara
tion, and made without alcohol, and to all invalids we
should recommend it as worthy of their confidence.”
The Dispatch says: “Asa medicine for Liver Com
plaint, Jaundice, Nervous Debilitj', and Dyspepsia, it
has been found invaluable, effecting cures, and thoroughly
eradicating diseaoe.whon all other medicines havefailed. 1 '
That this medicine will cure Liver Compliaint and Dys
pepsia, no one can dtubt, after using it as directed. It
acts specifically upon the stomach and liver—it is prefer
able to calomel in all billious diseases—the effect is im
mediate. They can be administered to Females or In
fants with safetv and reliable benefit, at any time.
LOOK WELL TO THE MARKS OF THE GENUINE
They have the written signature of C. M. JACKSON
upon the wrapper, and the name blown in the bottle,
without which they aro spurious.
For sale, wholesale and retail, at
THE GERMAN MEDICINE STORE,
No. 120 Arch street, one door below Sixth, Philadel
phia, and by respectable dealers generally throughout
the country
For sale, wholesale and retail, by A. B. fe D. SANDS,
corner of Fulton and William streets, N. Y,
Retail Agents—Chas. 11. Ring, corner Broadway and
John st. N Y.. and Mrs. Havs, Brooklyn. fl 6 .Hm*
CONSUMPTION
CIAN BE CUBED.—DR. HASTINGS’S
/ COMPOUND SYRUP OF NAPHTHA.-The wonder
and doubt felt by the medical faculty when Dr. Hastings
proclaimed the curability of pulmonary consumption by
the use of Naphtha as a remedial agent, has now, after
eight years of trial, settled down into a deep conviction
that there are few or no oases in which Consumption
oannot be cured bv Dr, HASTINGS’S COMPOUND
SYRUP OF NAPHTHA. In every case in which it has
been tried in England and the United States it has been
followed by immediate relief and ultimate cure. In the
Blenheim Free Dispensary, under the charge of Dr.
Hastings during five years that the Naphtha has been
in use, there has not been a single death from disease of
the lungs, while previously patients had died almost
every week. In incipient stages of Consumption the ef
fect of the Naphtha Syrup is almost miraculous, and a
cure effected in an incredibly short space of time. In
the more advanced stages, and even in the third or last
dreadful division of this hitherto incurable disease its
effect is equally wonderful. This period is marked by
the expectoration of the tubercles in cheese-like parti
cles mixed with pus, muons, blood, eto., and most gene
rally accompanied with severe diarrhea. On administer
ing the Naphtha Syrup the formation of the tubercles
is almost instantly arrested, the foreign matter throw n
off, the tubercles already formed are destroyed, and the
breathing* immediately becomes easier, and the patient
on the third night, after first taking the Syrup, is often
able to enjoy a quiet night's rest, a thing unknown for
weeks previously.
THE TRIAL OF A SINGLE BOTTLE
is all that is asked by the proprietor to prove this medi
cine to he all that has been stated.
BRONCHITIS.
Bronchitis has in this remedy a sure and speedy cure,
and is acknowledged by all the medical faculty to be
without a rival in the speedy cure of bronchitis, both
acute aed chronic. .
COUGHS, COLDS’AND CATARRHS
yield to the influence of the Naphtha Syrup, often in the
short space of forty-eight hours
NIGHT SWEATS.
This distressing and weakening accompaniment to con
sumption and other diseases is instantly stopped by the
use of the Naphtha Syrup.
SPITTING OP BLOOD.
The most severe attacks of spitting of blood have in
variably been stopped within the short space of thirty
minutes, and all disposition to recurrence of the same
prevented. In conclusion, the proprietor warrants the
Naphtha Syrup to be not only the best, but the only cer
tain cure for Pulmonary Consumption, and all other
diseases of the lungs
The short space of a newspaper advertisement will not
admit of the publication or the many hundred certifi
cates received by the agents in this city and also from
every part of the United States, but every person inte
rested i« requested to call and penme them at the office,
No. 164 Greenwioh-st., whor A pamphlets and every infor
mation will be freely furnish d. None genuine without
the written signature of M. A. F. HARRISON on the
winder of each bottle. $1 per bottle, or six bottles
Principal Office, No. 151 Greenwich street, New York.
Also for sale at the following places:—E. M. Guion, No.
127 Bowery: Jno. B. Dodd, No. 771 Broadway; J. & 1.
Ooddington, No. S93’Hudson-st.
Beware'of counterfeits. .r!8 3m*
A CERTAIN CURE
I TOR THE PILES.—OFFICE, NO 196
BOWERY, (4 doors above Spring st.) DR. UP
HAM’S Vegetable Electuary, or Internal Remedy for the
Piles, Triumphant!
Dr. Uphanrs Electuary is a certain cure for PILES, in
every form, and also for every morbid affection of the
bowels, as has been abundantly proved by the thousands
of certificates already published. More than one hun
dred physicians in this city have united in recommend
ing it to their patients, whin ordinary means have failed,
and they do not hesitate that it is the best medi
cine ever yet discovered for Piles, and all those peculiar
ly distressing affections located in the lower sections of
the bowels, and which so frequently baffle the skill of the
most eminent of the medical profession.
The following testimony of one of our most respected
oitisens, is another powerfully convincing proof of the
•fficaoy of this medicine, and the truth of the above re
marks:—
Nxw York, Nov. 1,1851.
Dr. Upham.—Unsolicited I consider it a duty I owe
to you aud to those suffering with the painful disease of
the Piles, to communicate my situation for some months
past, and the surprising cure which your Electuary has
effected in my case. I was attacked in March last sud
denly and severely, and continued to grow worse gradu
ally, until I was nearly incapacitated lor business. I
immediately consulted my family physician, and was un
der his treatment for three months, without receiving
any relief. I then had recourse to numerous remedies high
ly recommended, but experienced no permanent benefit.
From the alarming symptoms of the ease, I was convin
ced that the only course that I could adopt, with uny
prospect of success, was to submit to an operation of the
surgeon, and this was the opinion of my physician. An
abscess had formed, which was very distressing and pain
ful in its consequences ; it was at this stage of my situa
tion that I by accident, saw your advertisement, in the
papers of an electuary, and without any confidence iu
its recommendations, purchased one box of Mrs. Hays iu
Brooklyn. Judge what was my astonishment, when, af
ter using but one-half of the box, I found gradual relief,
aud at the moment of writing this communication, I
have used but two boxes, and am entirely recovered from
the misery in which 1 have been for months in mind and
body I owe to you, sir, my profouudest gratitude aud
thanks, lor having compounded and given to the public
what 1 candidly believe to be a sure and speedy retaedy
for the Piles,
You are at liberty to use this communication or any
part of it, as you may consider best for your interesi, or
for those suffering with the Piles, and also allow mo to
present my address, as reference, to any who may bo
skeptical in regard to vour remedy.
J. H. HAVENS, No. 39 Burling Slip;
House, Washington Av., Brooklyn.
The Vegetable Electuary is prepared and sold by the
proprietor, No. 196 Bowery; Mrs. Hays, 175 Fulton st.,
Brooklyn—and by druggists generally throughout the
United States. Price one dollar nor box. j 25 3m*
PATENT ZINC PAINTS,
AS MANUFACTURED BY THE NEW
Jersey Exploring and Mining Co., for sale by the
quantity only.
WHITE ZINC PAINTS.—The No. 1 quality, ground
in either Oil, Spirits Turpentine, or In Varnish, (which
gives the beautiful porcelain finish, so much admired.)
is whiter than the purest White Lead, is free from all
foreign impurities, and destitute of the unpleasant smell
and poisonous properties of Lead Paints.
The Nes. 2 and 3 qualities are in all respects like the
No. 1, except not quite so white. They come at lower
prices, and are well adapted to outside work.
The Dry White Oxide of Zinc, mixed with water and a
little size, makes a brilliant and lasting white orating for
walls and ceilings.
A suitable dryer is prepared for the Paint, and it is in
all other respects used like White Lead, except that it
should not be quite so much thinned down with oil.
DARK BROWN AND BLACK ZINC PAINTS.—
These are furnished at a low price, and are undoubtedly
the cheapest and best Paints in the market. They are
invaluable for tin roofs and iron surfaces of all kinds,
being a perfect protection against oxidation. Upon
wooden surfaces thuy are also a valuable protection
against fire.
The attention of dealers is requested by tho Company’s
General Agents, MANNING & SQUIER,
f 22 3m* 46 Dey street, N. Y.
HANNA & BEEBE,
COMMISSION PAPER WAREHOUSE
109 PULTON STREET, Now York, offer for sale, on
favorable terms, a very large assortment of papers o
every variety, as follows:
WRITING PAPERS.
A Large Assortment of Cap and Letter, manufactured
by Platner & Smith, Owen & Hurlbut, Do ten, Mansfield
& Root, W. Wheeler A Co., and others.
PLATE PAPERS,
Of various qualities aud sizes, any size made to order.
COLORED PAPERS,
Cranes, Conger Brothers is Collins, Glazed and Thick, ail
sizes and Colors, Medium, Double Cap, Ao., Ao.
NEWS AND BOOK PAPERS,
All sites, and qualities and weights, constantly on band
and made to order.
MANILLA PAPERS,
A superior article, as good as any in tbo market. A large
assortment now in store.
WATERMAN’S CARTRIDGE A FACTORY PAPERS,
All the various sizes manufactured by him.
HARDWARE PAPERS,
All sizes and qualities.
MEDIUM, DEMY AND FLAT CAP PAPERS,
TOBACCO PAPERS, STRAW PAPERS,
Of every size and weight for Shippers, Grocers, Ac., Ao.
N. B. Manufactures’ Stock and Materials at lowest
market pricey o 5 6m ♦
CALIFORNIA GOLD.
Specimens, quartz and sand,
bought by H. SOLOMON & CO.. Gold and Silver
Refiners and Assayists, Sweep Smelters and cleaners of
earth's minerals, and all known substances that contain
the above metals. Old gold, silver, diamonds, and pre
cious stones bought; Jewelers’ and silversmiths’ sweeps,
ores and all hard substances ground at the Refinery, 46
Ann street, New York, 3m*
BROADWAY TB^AYRR.
M'ONDAY (TO-MORROW) EVENING *Ol
. he performed
THE BROKER OF BOGOTA—Baptlsl.i Febro, Mr. For
r.st, Cabarero, Conway: Ramon, Fenuo; Joanna,
W CIA. Pouoii.
To conclude with—
THE LADTEd HATTLE—Le Baron d- Montriobard,
Pope; Henry do Fiavigneul, Reynolds; The Countess
D’Aucr-val, Mme Ponisi
Dress Circle and Parquet, 60 ots; Family Circle, 25
Doors open at half past 6: commence at 7.
NATIONAL THBATRJB.
|V(' ONDAY (TO-MORROW t EVENING, will
XTJL be performed—
THE MATCH WOMAN OF BOSTON-Skipper Keen
Fye, W'. G. Jones: Li las. Mr». W. G. Jones.
THE OLD* ONEINENTAL —Sergeant Jasper Danvers,
W. G- Jones; Nancy Pipe, Mies Martini.
To conclude with
THE BATH BUN—Mr Doublequill Bun, Mr. Fox; Pen
elope Asutou, Miss Barber.
Boxes 26 cents; pit 12>£ cents; orchestra boxet. 6u omm.
Doors open at fi>£ —curtain rises at 7. precisely.
BOWERY THEATRE
Monday and Tuesday evenings,
will be performed—
MACBETH—Mao beta, Mr. Eddy; Macduff. Mr. Goodtll;
Dunoen, Mr. Moore; Malcolm, Collins; Lady Macbeth,
Mrs. J. rdan.
To conclude with
THE FOREST OF BONDY—Lieut. Landry. Mr. Cony;
Capt. Aubri, E. F. Toylor: Eloi, the dumb boy, Mast.
Tony; Ursula, Mrs. H. P. Grattan.
Boxes 25 ots: Pit 12)% cts. Seats in Orchestra Boxes,
fOots. Doors open ■• thVji; *0 commence at 7 o'alook.
BOWERY THEATRE.
WEDNESDAY EVENING, MARCH 24
V V 1852.—First Benefit of W. T. PETKRCHEN, Mu
sical Director, on which occasion will bo offered the fol
lowing rare bill of attraction :
•‘The Wizzard of the Wave," a song by Mias Hifferb
“ The Planter and his Dogs,” and “ The Middy Ashore.’
in which all the favorite actors of the establishment
will appear.
Box Book now open. mM It*
BURTON’S, CHAMBERS STREET.
ri HEAT ATTRACTIONS for THIS WEEK
vT —Monday—Two.Comedies THE WEST END, with
Mr. H. Placide in his original character, and BACHE
LORS TORMENTS, with a full cast.
Tua.d*y—THE ROAD TO RUIN 'and THE DUEL IN
THE DARK, with the whole phalanx of comic talent.
Wednesday.—First night of Shaksprare’s TWELFTH
NIGHT—Duke, Mr. Dyott; Sir Toby, Mr. Burton; Sir
Andrew, Mr. Lester; Clown, Mr. Plaoide: MalvoPc, Mr.
Bteke; Fabian, Mr. Johnston: Sebastian, Mr. Bland;
Viola, Mias Weston; Olivia, Mrs. Dyott; Maria, Miss
Mary Taylor.
NIBLO’B GARDEN.
rpo-MORROW (MONDAY) EVENING, will
JL be performed,
THE CROWN DIAMONDS —Don Henriqne de Sandu
val, Mr Hudson ; RcbolUdo, Mr Leach; La Catrina,
Mme Anna Thillon.
To conclude with
HOW TO PAY THE RENT* Morgan Ratler, Mr. Hue
son; Mrs. Conscience, Mrs. McKenna.
Tickets Fifty Cents.
Doors open at To commence at7^£.
BROUGHAM’S LYCEUM.
Broadway, near broome street
Monday Evening, March 21. First night of the en
gagement ot Miss Davenport.
THE HUNCHBACK— Mas'er Walter, Mr. Foster; Sir
Thomas Clifford, Palmer: Modus, Walcot; Julia, Miss
Davenport.
To conclude w : th
ADVICE GRATIS—Mr. Oddbody, Mr. Chippendah
Mrs. Eventide, Mrs. Maeder.
Parquette and Dress Circle, 60 cents. Family Circle, 25
cents. Commence at 7.
BARNUM’S AMERICAN MUSEUM
PT. BARNUM, PROPRIETOR AND
• Manager. JOHN GREENWOOD, J«. ( Assistant
Manager.
Admission, to the entire Museum and .Performances, i!5
cents ; children under 10 years. cents; Parquet, 12J*
cento extra.
CHERRY AND FAIR STAR EVERY EVENING.
SUPERB PIECES EVERY AFTERNOON,
FOR ALL THIS WEEK,
from Monday, 22J. to Saturday, 27th March, 1862.
MONDAY and TUESDAY AFTERNOONS, at 3
o’clock, the lively piece entitled A WIFE FOR HALF
AN HOUR ; after which, wonderful Accordeon Perform
ances, Dancing and Comic Simnutr, and the new and hu
morous farce of ORO.ANIC AFFECTION.
EVERY EVENING THIS WEEK,
at 7% o’clock, the brilliant and gorgeous Oriental Spec
tacle of
CHERRY AND FAIR STAR,
Cherry Miss Me«t\yer I Alexia C. W. Clarke
Fair Star Miss Barton 1 Topack Mr. Hadaw^y
ACT 1.
Scene I—"elestial Haunt of Fairies.
Scene 2~View of the Sea. Rooky Greek Isle.
Scene3—The Villa and Grounds of Has^aubaJ.
Scene 4—A FOREST. Hunting music heard at a dis
tance.
Scene 6—The Villa and Grounds of Haasaubad.
Scone 6—HAUNT OF THE FAIRIES.
Scene 7 —The Port and Pier of Famagosta.
ACT 11.
Scene I—Greek Camel Drfver’s Cotlag.*.
Scene 2—General View of Famagosta. The Grand
Vizier.
Scene 3—VILLA OF CHERRY AT FAMAGOSTA.
Scene 4—THE COLLONADE. The Discovery. The
Threat.
Scene s—The Sleeping Chamber of the Prince.
Scene 6—Turkish Apai tment in house of Mustapha.
Scene 7—THE PRISON. The Camel Driver and his
wife.
Scene B—Exterior of the Prison; the Spy and the ag. d
Lover.
Scene 9—Moonlight Valiev. The Fairy grants her aid.
ACT 111.
Scene I-THE COTTAGE OF ZOE.
Scene 2—Landscape; Fair Star and the Pirate.
SceueS—THE BURNING FOREST!
Scone 4—View of the Desert.
Scene C—Frozen Mountains of Caucasus. '1 he Green
Bird.
Last Scene—The Grand Procession.
The YOUTHFUL GIANT, the HAPPY FAMILY, file,
are to be seen at all hours. .
WITCHCRAFT EXPLAINED.
PERSONS CONTROLLED AGAINST
THEI W - WILLS —I. B. BROWN will again lecture
and experiment on Psychology, at the SOCIETY LI
BRARY ROOMS. Broadway, cor. Leonard street, <u
MONDAY EVENING March 22, and every evening
during the week, a dmiasion 25 cents. The brilliant ex
periments given at his former lec ures, have gratified the
audience, and convinced the sceptical. Persons taught
the science on moderate Mil It*
ERIN’S GREEN ISLE.
TRTSH EVENING LYRIC ENTERTAIN-
X MENT.—Wit. Eloquence, Mirth.—O’Reilly, Orator
».nd Humorist, in one of his startling and effective* me
langes, at METROPOLITAN HALL, FRIDAY EVEN
ING. March :6th. Descriptive sketch's of scenery, bu
rn' rous aimed >tes, passages of thrilling eloquence, &>• .
accompanied by voc il a»a instrumental music. Tiohfts
15 cents each. Reservi d seats 60 oe"ts. m2l It*
METROPOLIS*AN(Iate Tripler)HALX..
The crowds which flock to wit
ness the wonderful and astonishing experiments iu
MENTAL ALCHEMY,
By PROFESSOR WILLIAMS, has compelled him to en
gage the Hall for throe evenings a week in future, in
stead of two, and the interest which the ladies have ta
ken in them has induced him to devote two afternoons a
week for their exclusive beneft .
His public lectures will therefore be given, until fur
ther notice, at the above named Hall, on TUESDAY,
THURSDAY and SATURDAY Evenings, at 7% o’clock.
To Ladies only on TUESDAY and SATURDAV AFTER
NOONS, at 3 o’clock. Doors open at 2.
Admission t>s cents. Children half price. m!4 tf
THBAZTECS.—CHANGE OF HOUR
/CORNER OF BROADWAY AND LEO
NARD ST.—Those curious little people from Cen
tral America, scarce two feet in height, both weighing
only 37 pounds—one 10, the other 17 years of age—here
tofore deemed fabulous or extinct—unseen by civilized
nations, and unequalled as living curiosities of a pigmy
race, for size, form, and character, can be seen daily,
from 11 to and from 5% unfcilQo’olook, at the Society
Library. Tickets, 25 ots; Children half price. j 26 tf
AT 598 BROADWAY,
The day performance commenc
ing at 3 o’clock on MONDAY, the 22i March, and
fo continue for the week, at the TEMPLE OF THE
GRACES, three doors above Niblo’e, will consist of
beautiful pictures by the LIVING MODELS, with a
new baud of Ethiopean Minstrels. Evening perform
ance commences at 8 o’clock. m2I It*
THE GREATEST CURIOSITY
TN THE WORLD—MR H. WOOLEY
X begs to inform the public that he has a beautiful
mare with a living snake in her eye from 4 to 6 inches
long, which can be seen at the corner of Broadway and
Canal street. Admission cents—children, half price.
m2l It*
BUTTER CRACKERS.
1 BKUEN, 811 DELANCEY STREET.
t) • would respectfully inform the public, that he is at
all times prepared to supply customers with the best
quality of Butter Crackers, from his Bakery, lie devotes
his attention entirely to this branch of business, and from
his long experience, fiattero himself that he is able to give
the fullest satisfaction to all who patronize him. Refec
tories, Oyster Saloons, &0., will be promptly supplied, by
sending an order to the Bakery, No. 311 Delanoey street
N. B.—J. B. is now prepared to supply order from all
sections ot the country, at the lowest cash prices.
S’B im*
W. CHAWBDCK’B
TTPHOLSTERY, HOUSE AND SHIP PUR
wishing Warerooms, 858 GRAND ST., New York,
where will be found a complete assortment of the follow
ing articles Feathers, hair, moss and husk; also, bods,
mattrasses, palliasses and cushions; also, bedsteads of
every description, via.: pateht screw, iron joint, look
Joint, iron screw, cottage and trundle, cots, &o.; also, a
splendid variety of window shades, paper hangings, bor
ders, tko. Mr. C. would call particular attention to hit
new stylo of hair and spring mattrasses.
N. B.—Old beds ami mattrasses renovated and muds
over equal to new, by W. ORAWBUCE,
v29*m- <MSOO r«i%d«S TA ...U( «.*»« . k
GRATES AND FENDERS.
H KELLEY’S GiIATE AND FENDER
• Manufactory, No. 346 Broome st., three doors
west of the Bowery, adjoining Dr. Cone’s Church.
Builders and others who arc about purchasing would do
will to call, as ho is confident that bis pafeerns, for vari
ety and ohoapnens. nniinrn*flflod. 3m* if
MILLERS’S
WROUGHT IRON PICKET FENCE, AN
entirely new Article of beautiful and original de
signs, suitable for dwellings, stores.
CEMETERIES. FARM HOUSES,
qnd all places requiring IRON RAILING. It is supe-
Jior to wire railing for strength, beauty, and cheapness,
jqian be attached to wood as well as iron posts, andean
oajput up without the aid of an iron worker. Prices
m6O cents to $3 per foot. Specimens can be seen at
eoo Manufactory, 74 Trinity Place, New York.
vl Sn»*
FLAMMEHSBUROH.
This new villaoe is accessible
several times a day by stages and steam
boat, is situated within 8 miles of the City Hall, op-jpem
posite Harlem, on the College Point and Flushing*,jL*
Bay, near Flushing, and adjoining the village of Strat
tonnort, which sold *o readily last spring, aud is now
budding quite fast: is laid out on the same scale, the
streets of both places intersecting each other, and will,
from its commanding situation, at no distant period, bo
one of the principal sea ports in the vicinity of New
York. The lots vary in size, from two to four city lots,
in price from $125 to $l5O The terms are $25 down; and
•he rest in instalments of $lO. which enables every per
son, however circumstanced, to become his own landlord.
Tt likewise offers an inducement lo the capitalist, rarely
met with, as there is no doubt, judging from the past, but
that this property will, in six months, sell for twice the
price now asked Beinp exceedingly healthy, and sur
rounded by scenery which cannot bo surpassed, embra
cing views of the East River, village oi Flushing, Hiker’s
Island, Morisania, York Island, the Palisade Rocks,
Ca,skill Mountains to West i*oint. making it one ofthe
most desirable places for a residence that can be imsg'ned.
N.B.—A few lots unsold at Strattonport. price S2OO.
Any person wishing to purchase at the above places, are
requested to call at the office, where maps and every in.
formation will be cheerfully given. JOHN A. FLAM
MER, No. 157 West ISth-st., between 7th and Bch avs.
All payments for Strattonport and Flammersbnrgh lots
must be made personally to JOHN A. FLAMMEK. Office
hours from 1 to 8 P. M
Maps can be seen and had at the following places: N.
MILLER, 15 Charabers-st.; T. LENT, 76 Walker-st : P.
RICHARDSON, 16< Bth avenue ; P. HEARTY. i’OS Bow
ery; JOSEPH THALER. 44 Attorney st ; JOHN 0
FLAMM ER, 3 Mott: at PARSON’S Real Estate Agency.
812 Broadway ; and at the ‘’ommission Agency Office, 290
Brotdway. Room 23, np stairs. m2l It*
BOWERY CLOTHING EMPORIUM,
8 BOWERY.—GREAT REDUCTION IN
PRICES—The subscriber is now running off.**
his stock of Winter Clothingfor Men and Boys, at
a reduction of twenty-five per cent from the usual flTjt
prices. Overcoats and Woolen Under. Garments Iff
selling off without regard to cost, to make room tor- - **
Spring Goods. Those who want to save money will
please call at No. 8 Bowery.
j 25 14t* W. L. CONKLIN.
TO GENTLEMEN OP TASTE.
A WORD OF ADVICE TO YOU; THAT
is, if you want to get fitted out with a first y*«
rate suit of Clothes, out by a man of taste and ||«
economy, made by the best workmen, and at prices (W
as.low as any others in New York. Call at JOHN*
C MOSEMAN'S Cheap Cash Tailoring Establish
ment. No. 78 EAST BROADWAY, one door above Mar
aot street. nS tf is
EMPIRE CLOTHING WAREHOUSE
IDA AND 122 FULTON STREET, 8
-I/Wv doors below Nassau. New York. v m A
CLOTHING AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. jM
The subscribers having made extensive altera- |NP
tions and additions in their large Establishment, 1
which now comprises
EIGHT "LARGE AND SPLENDID SALES’ ROOMS,
and being furnished with a new and carefully selected
assortment of
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
invite the attention of the public to their superior
Stock of
READY MADE CLOTHING.
ido up in the most fashionable and recherche style.
The reputation of this establishment is so favorably
known, it is needless to say anything on that score; but
to strangers we would say, that we are prepared to fur
nish, at the lowest Cash Prices, every variety and style
of Goods that can be found in the New York Market.
Our extensive facilities for procuring our Stock gives us
a decided advantage over others in the trade, and from
the heavy amount of goods we have constantly on hand,
(ho possibility is precluded of a person not being suited.
In our
CUSTOM DEPARTMENT
Wherein are employed the best cutters in New York ;
there can always be found a large and splendid assort
ment of
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, AND VESTINGS,
which will be made to order in the most fashionable
style.
EMPIRE CLOTHING WAREHOUSE,
120 and 122 Fulton street.
SMITH. DRUMGOLD to PROCH.
ml 4 Smis*
FLAMMERSBURGH,
ON FLUSHING BAY.—PARTIES WlSH
ing to see the shove mentioned place .
can do bo at present by going; on the steam
boat Island City, which leaves Fulton
Ferry, New York, every morning. Sundays excepted, at 9
o’clock, and lands passengers at Flushing, a pleasant ten
minuteßwalk from the above new village, returning at
two o’clock, affording ample lime to take a good view of
the'plaee, and select lots. The agent will be onboard, of
whom maps and every information can be had. Enquire
of the Captain forJ. C. GREEN, office 157 AFest 18th st.,
between 7th and Bth avenues.
»21 JOHN A. FLAMMIR.
BROADWAY, ABOVE HOWARD
„ WOOD’S MINSTRELS. X
«. Wood, Proprietor. S \ Wklm, MMiarfar./gPWi
EVERY NIGHT THIS WEEK Ml
and on WEDNESDAY and SA IURDAY AFTERNOON.
E . H<tu, Jr.. A. \\ tils, T F.’ Brip;pfs, ana others of equal
merit. Tickets 25 ucma. (.'onccrt to commence at a
before 8 o'clock.
To-morro'*' • vcniug, March 22, farewell Benefit of Mr.
R. H. BLITSR. m2 l if
GRAND BACRED CONCERT
QUNDAY EVENING, MARCH 21, AT
O the NATIONAL HALL Nos. 29 and 31 Ca-
Bui street, near Broadway.—lmmense Attraction
for THIS EVENING ONLY, vccn.l and insfru
mental, when will appear: Vocalists—Mies
Moore, Herr Quint; also, Mr. Rudolfl, and a grand or
ches ra, under the direction of M--. Door* ope i
at 7 o’clock; to commence at 8 o’clock. For particulars,
sec pfiffimrae. Tickets, 25 ■ 1 It*
BLACK BALL LINE PACKETS
Pi ROM LIVE R POOL. -PASSAG ETO
X 1 and from Liverpool by the above line, on Jy£jk
the let anu 16th of everv month. Or*fta foi
atd upwards on the Royal Bank, Ireland swhbßs'*'
and Prescott, Grote & Co.. Bankers, London, to be had
at the old and loutf established house of
KOOHE, BROTHERS & CO , 84 Pulton s u,
m2 1 f m * next do r but one to the Fnltcn.Baulr.
/.GENERAL EMIGRATION AND FOR
■ . MON KXCHANOE OFFIOBS. JtiSSt
Axrangemontß tor 1852. SJSoL
Our friends and the public are respectfully notified that
we continue to Remit Money to all parts of Great Britain
and Ireland, and have just concluded arrangements to
draw Drafts on France and Germany. We also continue
to make engagements to bring out Passengers from all
parts of England, Ireland, Scotland, and Wales, via Lon
don, Liverpool; and Glasgow, by our Regular Line of
Packets, and other first class ships; also, by the magni
ficent
Pioneer Line of Steamships ,
running regularly between this port and Liverpool, the
tiret of which, the PIONEER, 2500 tons burthen, Cap'.
Asa Eldridge. has just made her maiden voyage wittout
the slightest disarrangement ol her machinery, provin '
herself one of the beat Steamship over built. The acoorr. -
modatious lor Passengers of all classes are excellent,ar d
rates ot passage reasonable.
The undernamed list of magnificent Ships, (in addition
to which several new ships are now being built,) form
the
Union Line of Liverpool Packets :
Benj.Adams,(new) Ashburton Constitution.
Charles Crooker, John Curn ir, Liverpool.
Charles Chaloner, George Green, New World,
Queen of the West, Centurion, Cornelia,
Albert Gallatin, Henrv Clay, Oriental,
Emma Fields,(new) Loodiaunan, Oregon,
E C Scranton,(new) Luconia, Canada,
Gov. Morton, (new) (New Ship) Erie,
Silas Grecuman, Roscius, Waterloo,
John McKenzie, Hidden*, West Point,
Andrew Foster, Sheridan. Victoria,
James H.Shepherd, Garrick. Emigrant,
New Hampshire, Hope, Onward,
Rappahannock. Ellerslie, Sea King,
New Brunswick, Eliza Ann, London,
Caroline Nesmith, Memphis, St. Louis,
William Patten, Colonist, Trumbull.
Richard Cobden, Florida, Forest King,
Winfield Scott, Mersey, Philena,
E. and E. Perkins. Robert Kell/, Arlington,
Continent, (new) John Henry, St. Patrick,
Kossuth, (new) Soargo, St. George,
James Nesmith. Themis, Racer,
Martha J Ward, Mary Ward. Kennebec,
Wm. Rathbone, Acme, Arctic,
Constellation, (Now Ship) Antarctic,
Hungarian, Edward, J. Z.
Olive Branch, Revere, A. Z.
Underwriter, Coriolanus, i£. Z.
Constantine, Amidas, {(New Ship)
Two of the above Ships will be dispatched from Liver-
Eool every week, and our business there will continue »3
erotofore under the superintendanoe of Mr. WM. TAP
SCOTT,—a safe-guard against delay or imposition; in
proof of which we refer to the many thousands of paasea
gens brought out by our line during the past year. Pei •
sons sending for their friends will therefore perceive by
such arrangements we are enabled to bring them out bet
ter and quicker than any other house.
The X Line of London Packets
Sail as usual from New York and London twice each
month, and is comprised of the following very superior
Ships, viz.:
Northumberland, I Devonshire, I Victoria.
American Ecgle, j Southampton, j Ocean Queen,
Margaret Evans, I Hendrick Hudson,
The Clyde Line of Glasgow Packets.
Sir Wm Molesworth.j Sarah, (New Ship)
Hyndeford, I Elizabeth, Brooksby,
Anne Harley, Adam Carr, (Now Ship)
Mt Stuart Elphinstone,
will sail from New York and Glasgow twice each month
as usual, and by which passage can at all times be en
gaged on reasonable terms.
A regular Weekly Line of Packets for New Orleans.
Drafts and Bills of Exchange.
Thankful for an unprecedented increase in this branch
of our business, we would inform our friends and the pub
lic that we shall continue to pay particular attention
thereto, and persons wishing to remit money in small or
large sums to their friends, in any part of England, Ire
land, Scotland or Wales, can as usual be supplied with
our Drafts, payable at sight, in all the principal places
throughout those countries, which Drafts being well
known are as easily negociated as “ Bank of England” or
•Bank of Ireland” notes. The ‘‘tens of thousands” who
have remitted money through our house for the last 14
years are well aware no safer or better mode of remit
tance can be adopted than our drafts afford.
tty* For the accommodation of the French and German
population wo have just concluded arrangements to
draw Drafts on Messrs. Vogel, Kook Ik <50.. Bankers,
Frankfort-on-the-Maine, and on Messrs. Edward Blount
& Co.. Bankers, Paris, which drafts can be made payable
in all the principal places throughout Eianoe and Ger
many.
0&* Emigrants and others forwarded to all parts of the
West and Canada, in the same expeditious and economi
cal manner as heretofore.
H3P* Any further information will be given on applica
tion, personally or by letter, addressed to
W. K J. T. TAPSCOTT, 86 South st. N.Y.
WM. TAPSCOTT fc CO.,
St. George’s Buildings, Liverpool, and 7 Eden Quay.
Dublin, or of any of our Agents throughout the United
States and Canada, m!4 Hm*
General passage and foreign
EXCHANGE OFFICES. (Established in £££>•
1824.) CiJ South si., corn or of Pine, New York;
36 Waterloo Road, Liverpool; IS Edon Quay, MaCwli&
Onhlin.—The subscribers will dispatch during the preTT
out year, 1861, the several undermentioned magnificent
Regular Lipe of Packets sailing between Now York, Liv
erpool, and London, as under. Persons proceeding to the
Old Country, or those sending for their friends, will liiyi
it to their interest to select our several lines for their
conveyances. Passengers engaged with us will bo shipped
under the superintendence of our own firm, thereby pre
venting any disappointment or delay.
The ‘ ! Swali,ow Taxi. Line’ sails from Now York, and
from Liverpool, on the 6th and 21 st of each month, com
prises the
CONSTITUTION,
QUEEN OF THE vt'EST
LIVERPOOL,
CONSTANTINE,
The “Dkamatio Line"
26th, and from Li verpool on
ROSCIUB, I HENRY CLAY.
GARRICK, | BIDDONS.
The “Red Star Line” sail from New York the tUh,
and Liverpool 26th of each month, via : the
CONSTELLATION, I WEST POINT,
WATERLOO, | UNDERWRITER.
The American and Ht.'Georck’s Link of Packets,
comprise the ST. PATRICK. ANDREW FOSTER. CRE
OLE, ST. LOUIS, MEMNON, fee., tail from New York
and Liverpool every six days.
The London Link of Packets sail from New York «u
the Ist and 16th, and from Loudon 6th and 21 at , and
Portsmouth Bth and 24th of each month, comprise the
PRINCE ALBERT, I LONDON,
AMERICAN CONGRESS, | COR N EMUSjQRINNELL.
YORKTOWN, PATRICK HENRY,
INDEPENDENCE, | SIR ROBERT PEEL.
DRAFTS AT SIGHT, for any amount, on the National
Bank of Ireland, its Branches, &0., ftto., at all times for
pale. Apply to, or address by letter, post-paid,
F. W. BTRNESk CO.,
hh st.. corner Pine. New Y-.rfc
o»6 fimis*
AND LIVERPOOL UNITED STATES
MAIL STEAMERS. - The ships compris
iag this lino, are tho At i,antic, Capt. West;
Pacific, Capt. Nyo; Arctic, Capt. Luco;
Baltic, Capt. Comstock j Adriatic, Capt. Grafton.-
Those ships nave been built by oontract, expressly for
Government service, every care has been taken in thoir
construction, au also in their engines, to ensure strength
and speed, and their accommodation for passengers are
unequalled for elegance and comfort. Price of passage
from New York to Liverpool, $130; exclusive use of extra
size state-rooms, $325; from Liverpool to New
£35. An experienced Surgeon attached to each ship. No
berths secured until paid lor.
PROPOSED DATES OF SAILING.
FROM NKW-VORK. FROM LIVERPOOL.
Saturday... .March, 6, 1862 Wednesday... .Feb- 25, 1852
Saturday... .March 20, 1862 Wednesday. ..March 10, 1852'
Saturday April 3, 1862 Wednesday. ..March 24,1852
Saturday... . .April 17,1852 Wednesday.. April 7,1852
Saturday May 1,1852 Wednesday.... April 21,1852
Saturday May 15,1852 Wednessay May 6,1862
Saturday May 29, 1852 Wednesday... .May 19, 1852
Saturday June 12,1852 Wednesday... June 2, 1852
Saturday June 26, 1852 Wednesday... June 16, 1852
Wednesday... June 30, 1852
For freight or passage apply to EbWARD K. COu-
LINS, 66 Wall street, New York, or to BROWN, SHIP
LEY & CO., Liverpool; E. G. ROBERTS & CO.. 13
King’s Arms Yard, London, 8 Boulevard Moatmartre,
Paris.
The owners of these ships will not bo accountable for
gold, silver, bullion, specie, Jewelry, precious scones or
metals, unless bills of lading are signed therefor, aud
the value thereof therein expressed. f22Bm*
T7IA STRAITS OF MAGELLAN AND
V Panama. The magnificent new extra
Sieamship REINDEER, I.BUO tons burthen,
Capt. D. L. Wilcox, will sail from New York "■
for the above named ports, on TUESDAY, April Ist. 1852.
This Steamer was built expressly for the California
trade, is coopered and copper fastened, and is expeoted to
make the shortest trip ever made to California. Pas
* enters by this Steamer will avoid all the delays, dan
gers, &c., of the Isthmus. A limited number of tickets
may be secured by an early application to
GEO. E. HAMILTON, Agent,
Office over Ocean Bank,
cor. of Greenwich and Fullon-sts.
m 7 4t*
OF 47 BUILDING SITES AND TWO
handsome villas, recently erected.—DAVlD AgpjL
SCOTT,.Auctioneer, will se'l at public auction, on jttjW
the ground, on FRIDAY, Maron 26th inst., >V| “ I' 'AJII
above property, situated on Bergen Heights, Iluaeeu
County, New Jersey, one mile and a halt from Jersey
City Fer>y, by omnibus rouie, on the Bergen and New
ark plank roads. The public are solicited to examine
the property, which for beauty of location cannot be ex
celled ; commanding, as it does, an unintercepted view
of the bay and harbor of New York, from the Narrows
to Fort Lee, and of easy access to New York. For fur
ther particulars, see bills and maps. Terms easy. In
quire of DAVID SCOTT, Auctioneer, No. 11 Montgome
ry street, Jersey City, near the ferry, where maps of the
property can be d. m2l It*
BOARD REDUCED,
At the private mansion house,
61 GREENWICH STREET.—Mrs. BERT begs
leave to inform her friends and the public in gene
ral, that she has taken the large and
House, No. 51 GREENWICH ST., near tho Battery, and
within five minutes walk of the Eastern Boats and South
ern Trains, where she will continue to accommodate with
good clean baAp and airy rooms, from $2 60 to $3 60; Day
JBuardern6(» oW: liuthH gratis. 61 Greenwich at. [«2B fim
The large double house, nos.
190 and 190>£ West 26th street, near Eighth itml
avenue. The house is built in the very best style ffvrw
and contains all the modern improvements, viz
marble mantles, baths, ranges, Croton water, &c.. &c.,
including a balcony and small court in front. Terms
moderate, and p&rfc of purchase money can remain on
bond and mortgage. Inquire 6f WM. 11. HOYT, No. 230
Ninth avenue. r 29 tf
For sale at a bargain, in fourth
street, one hundred feet west from the Bowery.
A five story Philadelphia brick building of the first pjlf
class, M'ith all the modern improvements, now bc-.l'JXilL
ing finished and ready for occupation first of May next.
Terms made easy. Tho above property is well calculated
for a gentleman’s residence or lor permanent investment.
For particulars inquire of
kI6 tf P. HOLLEY, 10 Wall st.
FRED’K. W. PATCHMANN.
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER. 170
CANAL ST., between Sullivan and Yarick Jx
sts., would respectfully inform his customers and
the public in general, that he keeps, as usual,
very largo ana fashionable assortment of fine gold and
silver watches, jewelry and silver ware of every descrip
tion. Every article warranted as represented, and at
the lowest possible prices. Watches, jewelry, and silver
ware, made to order and repaired. California Gold made
up to order. r 22 3m*
WATCHES AND JEWELRY
VERY LOW.—WATGHES AND JEWEL
RY AT REDUCED PRICES.—The flubeori- «
ber, haying reoeiyed several large invoices of
Watches and Jewelry, is now soiling off his J
present stock at greatly roduoed prices. Aw
Fine Gold Lepine Watches, 4 holes, Jewelled, for.. .S2O uft
Gold Detached Levers, full jewelled SO OH
W. L. CONKLIN
Gold Patent Lever 88 BO
And all other kinds of Watches, at equally low psiooa.
Also, all kinds of Gold Chains. Pure Gold Wedding
Rings, Gold Keys and Seals. Gold Pens and Pencils,
Gold and Silver Thimbles Diamond Rings and Pins,
Bracelets, Gold Lockets, Co ft Pins and Ear Rings, Gold
and Silver Spectacles, Breast Pins, Finger Rings. Silvtoy
Fruit Knives, Sterling Silver Spoons, Cups, Forks, Stc.,
at much less prices than any other house. Gold Watches
as low as Twenty each. Watches and Jewelry
exchanged. All Watches warranted to keep good time
or the money returned. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry
repaired in the best manner, at much less than the usa*
prices. GEO, C. AXI.KN,
Importer of Watches and Jewelry, Wholesale and Retail,
No. 11 Wall st., near Broadway, up stairs.
•TlvTlMrtT ffirmerW N«. fl.JlgJjAt
BENJAMIN WILT S BAKERY,
QQ A GRAND STREET, AND 216 DIVI
SION STREET.* The subscriber jl V*
would respectfully announce to families re
siding in the vicinity of either of his stores,
that they will always find a fresh supply of
Pies, Cakes, Biscuits, Tea Cakes, and every
thing usually kept by bakers. Parties and Balls suppl ied
with loe Cream at the shortest notice. >1 am*
WHO IS NOT HAPPY AT THE THOUGHT
of Krcetmf! once a year all *f our old j/. ra*
neeleoted friends, and to enjoy the sweet
smiles of the ladies, and sip the ruby wine,
and above all to taste of those richly flavored
oakes of CURRIER'S, oomprisini! choicest
qualities of Fruit Cakes, Almond, Pound, Citron, Lady
Cake, and Scotch, Sponge, and all fancy articles in the
line. Oyster Crackers of every kind and sort, at 191
GREENWICH ST. o2fl flmls*
PUBLIC ATTENTION IS RESPECTFUL-
Iy invited to the establishment of the jl "w
undersigned. His long experience and con
tinned success, leads him to believe that
can yiela the utmost satisfaction to all who
entrust their orders to him. His prepara
tions for the approaching festivities embrace all kinds o
Cakes, consisting of
Plum, Pound, Citron,
Raisin, Almond, Currant,
• Sponge, New Year, Scotch,
Jenny Lind, Kissee, Lady’s Fingers,
Macoaroons, Coooanut Drops, (ko.
Particular attention is paid to all orders for Wedding
and other parties.
N. B.—Families supplied with superior Broad in any
part of the city.
P. S.—No connection with any other bakery.
W. DUNCAN, No. 378 Fourth Avenue.
m!4 3m* cor. 27th st. formerly of IA9 Bo.mtfF-
SOLOMON 8. REILLY,
CIAMPHENE AND LAMP MANUFACTU-
J rer, 185 CANAL ST., corner of Laight; 167 Green
wich st., corner Courtlandt; 218 Canal st., near Hudson.
Camphene Distillery, corner 9th avenue and Oanesevoort
street. Solar Lamps, Girandoles, Chandeliers, Brackets,
Candelabras: Lamps for Oil, Camphene, and Burning
Fluid: Pure Sperm, Solar and Lard Oil; Camphene Burn
ing Fluid, Alcohol, Spirits of Turpentine, at wholesale
and retail. Orders by post or otherwise, promptly attend
ed to. *ls
WOOD'S MINSTREL HALL,
great Array or talent.
TAPSCOIT & CO.’S
P. W, BYRJSTES & CO..
NEW WORLD,
ASHBURTON,
ALBERT GALLATIN,
PATRICK HENRY,
lail from New York on the
the 11th of each month, vis s
«9 Rontl
THU NEW YOHJB.
FOR CALIFORWfA,
GREAT SALE
FOR SALE.
VALUABLE PROPERTY
TO THE LADIES.
DP TOWN BAKERY.
IVfi academy
THm met hod o>
the Will W, mat „’, t “ t hl “ Now
•troal. Wjbur.h oVrdln P'oecker, and ,t*t%
I'hnradayssnaSnrgh <s!ob?J t jd , £j!S h Nintl
• treat, net it at th« BroiH.. i *™ d *» »il
the isth Ooto Ceneerd and ¥illfe** 4 ? te „ w “Ungton
introduce in h-tVednesdava and Bro °hlvn, on
the ueieon, Inchademv all thaVuu" 1 *?? - Mr B - “ il >
Parents sending ererv varistv“t’ihhhle Dances of
that every nainsy. ehlldranro M F * n " 5 ’ D »n00,.-
gi aoeful carriage, »„ t>k ™«y raat assured
not to ho overlooker; s . ° f.n easy and
motion, that can be jj fkat oujrbt
hours lor young miflfieaA j n a «n y ' *l*‘ Ce ’ and etse ol
from 7 until 8 for lair*® . no °} ber way. School
gents and masters, on TuS* 8 . rs ’ from 2 until 6PM
To make it more agrecao s ™ )8 ? e "' fr® o * 8 until 9 for
ties a'ter school hours, for rv* nd £f lda £ 8 *
and Fancy Dances. No extFf wl }l ®® Quadrille Par-
Tor ms moderate. ' n R Quadrilles. Waltzes
THE AN
OF ADKINS' WAShu^T
will tike place ou WEDNfcrrwr t» *
Varch 24. a; the APOLLO ROOSv UW BAND
Tickets sl. to admit a ventlemau a.E YENING
manage-. J. BEVSQV. road way.’
FIRST PREMIUM MILL’!?' u»° r
Establishment and stka v
NET MANUFACTORY. No. 6f>4 BR
WAY,near Niblo’s Garden N.Y.- MRS. VI M S*JN
MONS respectfully announces to her numerous iw
trons,and strangers visiting the city.that the will ofl
THURSDAY. March 25th, a splendid assortment o\
ris Spring Millinery, in addition to a beautiful asft
ment of her own manufactures, together with alar
variety of Straw Bonnets of the latest Spring f aehiont
Paris Ribbons, Flowers, *c, Mrs. S. kindly solicits a
call. m2l It*
TRY SMITH’S CHEAP HATS
And caps a new and fashion
able hat for $1 50; line do *2; Superfine gn*
do.. <2 60; beat quality $3. Caps, from 26 oto. H
to $l. at -MSI
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opposite Frankfort street.
rift tfim* ”I*^
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ing How to Keep Young, &c., &c., and of Rendering Par
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STEARNS & COMPANY, 202 William Bt., ngsmA,
have now on hand and for Bale a lew copies of thisZCP/'
valuable work, handsome! v and durably bound in'**'***'’
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TN CONSEQUENCE OF TME INCREASED
X demand, and unrivalled popularity of their__j«a*-.
PIANO FORTES, have extended their busi-WsßSfe#
ness, and opened a wareroom in Broadway, "TTmTi
No. 606, where we shall constantly keep a choice selec
tion of our Piano-Fortes, from 6M to 7>* octave, in Rose
wood cases, with all the latest improved patterns. We
shall also continue to keep a full assortment of instiu
ments at our manufactory and warerooras, No. 22 Canal
street. All Piano-Fortes of our manufacture are wai -
ranted in every respect. Professors, amateur], and
those who anticipate purchasing, are respectfully invit
ed to call and examine. All orders from the city or
country punctually executed.
Mr. Leucine, of the above firm, in consequence of
the difficulty experienced by his friends (who are not fa
miliar with the German language,) in pronouncing hia
name, will spell it in future Light**. m2l Bm*
SAFFORD & BROTHER.
OfiQ BROADWAY, N. Y , DEALERS IN
* *V/t7 Now and Second Hand Piano Fortes.—
Wehave a large assortment, of Piano
from the justly celebrated house of Mallet &M f VIT
Allen, Boston (late Ballot, Cumston fe Allen) success
ors to Brown la Hallet. Since the commencement of
this establishment, its proprietors have received, at dif
ferent times, Eiaht Medals for superior instruments—a
fact which should not be forgotten by those who wish to
fiurohase Pianos of real value. Also a number of Pianos
rom the excellent manufactory of A. W. Ladd, Boston,
whose name has long been a sufficient guarantee for the
superiority of his instruments. Those Piano Fortes are
constructed in the most substantial manner, and are un
surpassed for the richness, depth and brilliancy of tone,
delicacyof touch and superior finish. Now and Second
Hand Pianos to rent. Pianos tuned. r 29 3m*
PIANO FORTES.
VP. HARRISON WOULD RESPECT
• fully inform hie customers and the pub- m—
lio iu general, that be has removed bis manu
factory and ware-rooms from 23 Canal-ft.. to
No. 37 Morcor-st., between Broome and Grand-etre-to,
wh»ro may be found a splendid assortment of Pians
Fortes, with the latest improvements. N. B.—Pianos
to let. r 29 3m*
FIRST PREMIUM OOLD MED AL
PIANO FORTES. —THE SUBSCRIBER
would call attention to his splendid assort-—-.
ment of Pianos from 6 to 7>4 octaves, in rose
wood and other cases, which tor sweetness and** i
equality of tone, with the many improvements which his
instruments possess, it is believed cannot be surpassed.
His Pianos are all made from the best and thoroughly
seasoned materials, and with his patent arch bottom,
which adds greatly to the strength and durability of the
instrument. The qualities of Ms Plano Fortes are too
well known to require more than an allusion to them an
an evidence of their value. It may only bo necessary to
refer to tho fact that at the great Fair of the American
Institute, tfiey awarded to him the first premium gold
modal for tho best Pinno Fortes, and to the many other
testimonials from some of the nrst professors and ama
teurs, both in and out of tho city. The subscriber only
woulil add. with Lis long experience as a manufacturer,
ho earnestly,believes his instruments cannot be surpassud
elsewhere. DAVID J. VAN WINKLE,
No. »2 West Sixteenth st.
Tho following la one of the many toatimonialH ho would
offer iu addition to the above:
Dear Sir— Until 1 had the pleasure of inspecting you, 1
Piano Fortes at the late Fair, and in company with
Messrs. Greatorex and Ensign, awarding you the first pre
mium, 1 had seldom soon an instrument of your.manufac
ture. I have now inspected your establishment, and from
my experience as a maker, I can with great confidence re
commend your pianos, as equal to any manufactured in
this country, and shall take much pleasure in adding my
mite of praise to the congratulations you must receive
from many members of the profession.
With respect, your obedient servant,
GEORGE LODER.
Tfo David J. Van Winkle, Esq.
Mow York, October. jlB Sm*
G. Sc H. BARMORE,
OFFER AT THEIR MANUFACTORY
and Wareroom, No. 348 Bleeoker street,
corner of Charles at., an assortment of elegautDßSßfe
PIANOFORTES, ulfn
with the metallic frame and reverse bridge, and all other
modern improvements. 019 ly6m*
PIANQ FORTES
F)R the holidays—forty piano
Fortes, made by the celebrated house of acfcbk.
Gilbert & Co. Boston, are now offered for Hale|tiKß|
at prices to suit oustomeis at their New York” I VM
Ware Rooms, No. 333 BROADWAY, opposite Broadway
Theatre, and 447, below Grand street. It will bo for the
interest of all to call and see this extensive stock of
Pianos before purchasing elsewhere. Also a good assort
ment of second hand pianos, for sale or to rent.
d 23 Bm* HORACE WATERS, Agent.
A. H. GALE Sc CO.,
PIANO FORTE WAREROOMS AND Ma
nufactory,
Nos. 104,100, aud 108,
THIRD AVENUE, til If 1
m 7 to* New York.
DAN SWEENEY,
Late no. 11 ann street-removed
TO t£ CHATHAM ST.—Tho imdorolgned -
would oall the attention of the travelling and
resident public to the fact that, in order to ex- |*SaSi®L
tend his business, and provide sufficient ao- -ZJ
oommodation. 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 city. The enlargement
was forced upon him by increased patronage, and his stand
selected for its contra! location. The public, both transi ■
ent and resident, are solicited to examine his new posi
tion,where will always be found the substantial elements
of life, of the best Quality, and in the same excellent style
which has rendered his establishment so popular.
The above is the enly establishment in the city in which
he has, in any manner, an interest; and he hopes to see
his friends there. fc2s 3m* 1 DANIEL SWEENEY.
PEOPLE'S HOTEL,
17 AND 19 CATHARINE SLIP, N. Y„
1 / East side of tho Market, GEORGE S. <•
ST. JOHN,,Proprietor.
TMb popular establishment having boon re
built ana newly furnished throughout, was »ZLjr. r
opened to the public on Monday, 20th October. The house
now contains an extension dining room on the first floor,
a Smoking and Reading Room on the second, and the to
mainderofnie second, third, and fourth floors, contains
45 neatly-fitted lodging rooms, whioh will be found very
convenient for gentlemen desiring rooms transiently or
permanently.
tSf* Baths, one shilling each. Ales, Wines, and Li
quors at the bar. Breakfast, Dinner, and Supper.
j 25 3m*
MERCER'S DINING SALOONS,
CORNER OF ANN AND NASSAU STS.,'
N. Y. The Proprietor of this popular es
tablishmeut, Mrs Edwin J. Mkrcrr, re
speotfully informs her friends and those of fHHk
her late husband, that she still continues her _„
Dining Saloons for Ladies and Gentlemen, on the corner
of Ann and Nassau streets, where, she trusts, by her at
tention, she will merit the continuance of their patron
age. All who find it necessary to breakfast and dine
down town, will find at tho old stand, corner of Ann and
Nassau streets, all the requisite eatables and delicacies
the market affords.
A LADIES* ORDINARY
is connected with the establishment, to which, by a pri
vate entrance in Ann Strkitt, they can pass to a sept
rate room, and dine with their friends as sociably and
quietly as at bomo.
Thankful for past favors, a continuance of patronage
is respectfully solicited.
r293m* MRS. EDWIN J. MERCER.
PUTNAM HOUSE,
NO. 367 FOURTH AVENUE, BETWEEN
26th and 27th streets, opposite Harlem
Railroad Market.—LA WREnCE R. KERR. Hk&aK
Proprietor of this tabular LODGING
HOUSE AND Dl.' 1 N O SALOON, 1 ZJ W
is prepared to accommodate citizens, travellers ana busi
ness men with pleasant lodgings, and meals at all hours,
in a stylo equal, to any other establishment in the city.
He would call particular attention to the following ex
tensive and economical
BILL OP FARE.
BRSAKEAST AND TEA.
. 6d
. 6d
.fid
•fid
. fid
Beefsteak nunvvuw am.
Pork Steaks Buckwheat Cakesfid
Veal Cutlets Fried Eggs each (3d
Mutton Chops Boiled Eggs each 3d
Lamb do Poached Eggs Is
Ham and Eggs Broiled Mackerel t><
Fried or Boiled Ham.. .Is Milk Toast 9»
Fried Sausages 6d Dry Toast
Fried Fikh 6d Fried Potatoes 3i
Fried Clams fid Tea and Coffee, each 3(
Fried Eels fid Cocoa, per bowl 6(
Fish Balls .. . fid Coffee and Cakes fi<
Porter House Steak... Is6d Extra Bread 3 (
Tender Loin do ...Is Brown Bread 3
Sirloin Steak Is Bread and Milk
Broiled Cbioken 2s Rice and Milk 9<
DINNER.
Roast Beef 6d Roast Turkey ]g
Roast Veal fid Roast Goose la
Roast Lamb fid Roast Duck la
Roast Pork 6d Roast Chicken Is
Corned Beef fid Chicken Pie Is
Corned Pork fid Chicken Fricasse.. ... .Is
Pork and Beans 6d Beef Soup . 6d
Meat Pie 6d Lamb Chops Is
Pot Pie .fid Pork Steak Is
Clam Pie fid Fried Eggs Is
Boiled Fish fid Beef Steak and Onions Isfid
TO ORDER.
Sirloin Steak Is Raw Oysters Is
Tender Loin Steak... .Is Stewed Oysters... ... Is
Porter House Steak.. . Isfid Fried Oysters 2s
Broiled Chicken 2s Pickled Oysters Is
Veal Cutlet Is
DESSERT.
Plum Pudding fid I Plum Pie fid
Suet fid Apple * ’fid
Bread fid | Mince fid
Peach . .
Custard
Rice.. .
Indian.
Apple Dumplings fid Cranberry
Farina fid Lemon
Tapioca fid EumpKin... ....... ... .
Brandy, Wine, Porter, Ale, ffc.
Lodgings 26 cents per night. Open at all hours.
r 22 3m- LAWRENCE R. KERR. Proprietor.
N HOUSE.
IINING SALOON, 114
of Ninth st. «
md Lodging.
F FARE.
• CR. -H w
Boiled Ham . 7.
Chicken Pie )i
Clam Fie fid
Fried Clams (d
Fish Cakes fid
Ham and E«k Is3d
Lamb Pot, Pie fid
Oyster Pie Is
Pork and Beans fid
Voal Pie fid
Extra Vegetables 3d
Beer and Cider, each.... 3d
Bottled Porter 3d
Bottled Cider Sd
Extra Butter 3d
KRT.
I Rice Pudding fid
Suet Pudding fid
I Pies.—Apple, Cranberry,
I Minoe, Peaoh * I'umk
| kin, each fid
r AND TXA.
JM. GREELEY’S I
• Sixth Avenue, corner
Open on Sundays. Board i
bill o;
niNi
Roast Chicken and other
Poultry Is
Roast Beef fid
Roast Lamb fid
Roast Yeal fid
Roast Pork M
Roast Pig •]«
Boiled Chicken Isfid
Boiled Corn Beef 6d
Boiled Fish «d
Boiled Mutton fid
Boiled P0rk...... 6d
Sorter House Steak ... lefid
Beefsteak Pie fid
Peef Soup fid
mesa
Apple Dumplings fid
Bread Pudding fid
Custard in mips fid
Indian Pudding fill
Plum Pudding fid
feRKAKr.
Mutton Chop
Poached Erks dd
Sausoaos 6d
Two Boiled Gd
Veal Cutlets fid
Buckwheat Cakes fid
Wheat Cakes 6d
Hot Rolls fid
Pork Steak fid
Toast. 6*l
Extra Bread »d
Toa.au d Coffee, each 9d
Beef Steak
Broiled Mackerel...
Fleh Cakes
Fried Clams....
Fried Eels
Fried Errs
Fried Fish
Fried Ham
Fried Liver
Fried Tripe . 6d
Fried Potatoes Sd
Bam and Eggs Ml 4 sm*| Is
6d
(id
M
6d
od
6d
I
T Fancy Dances
«7 7m*

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