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-A large matting of commercial men,
SKfalp owsw? and others. wm nald en Friday in th# M«r-
HrSant’M Exchange for the purpow of devising measure
to preserve protest oar hirsor from the encroach
meats continually made upen it by interest-*! parties to
the great da triment of the maritime gemawc# of this
jpsrt.
J|@* Some time during Thursday night the
dwelling house of Mr. George Covert, in Smith st., near
Ain-lie st., Williamsburgh, was entered by burglars, who
JR succeeded in obtaining about $59 in money and a quanti
'l ty of wearing apparel from his sleeping reom. It is as-
Curtained that tee burglars used chloroform for the pur
pose of stupefying Mr. and Mrs. Covert.
Thieves in Brooklyn are becoming ex-
* ©eedingly impudeht. The show case in front ef Mr.
■Coggeshal’s in Fulton street, in that city, was pryedopen
on Wednesday afternoon, while numbers were passing
and re-passine'. and robbed of four or five fancy articles
•of considerable value. The thief was not detected.
A male infant, about three months old,
' was found on Wednesday morning behind the eafln door
of the steam-boat Manhattan, soon after her arrival from
Albany. In all probability the child was deserted by its
mother, she having gone ashore as soon as the boat ar
rived at the dock. The child was taken to the Alms-
HoufO.
Two lads named John Kelly and Jamea
Mulholiand, on Friday afternoon were arrested in Broad
way, near Murray street, by officers Reed and Radford, in
"the act of picking the pocket of a lady named Rheda
Dickson, of Livingston county, in this State, of a purse
' containing three dollars and ninety-one cents.
■ X&" The Carson investigation, which has
been “dragging its slow length along,” for so long a
time, was on Friday finally olosed. It is to be hoped the
* ■ committee will agree upon, and present their report
within a shorter period than it has taken to
investigate the matter.
I@* Tie first of the New York Anti-Sla
very Society’s Lectures was delivered on Tuesday night,
to a very large audience, in the Tabernacle, by the Hon.
-John P. Hale. The lecture is said to have been not very
successful.
A citizen, named John S. Allen, was
dangerously iojured yesterday, by being thrown from
his wagon in Broadway, near Tweaty-first street. The
M unfertunate man was taken up insensible, and conveyed
to the residence of his family, No. *ll3 Fourth avenue,
where he received skilful medical treatment.
THE SPORTING WORLD.
TROTTING AND RACING OVER TUB UNION (L. I.)
COURSE.
WEDNESDAY. Dre U—Trotting Match, 8250.' Mlle heats,
* best 3 in 5, in harass#.
x H. Woodruff s blk. g. Ned Hyde 11l
Jehu Nelson’s ch. g. Congo 2 2 2
Time 2-52—2 52—2:58.
SAME DAY—Match, S6OO, mile heats, in harness,
H. Woodruff’s g. g. Pertehester 11
Wm. Whelan’s bf g. Commodore 2 2
Time, 2:5 -2:49.
The gray was the favorite, and was offered at 160 to 40
• previous to the start, and‘afterwards at ten to one. He
< Wpn very easily.
SAME DAY—Match, S2OO, mil* heats, beet 3 in 5, to wagons
James Whelpley’s cb. h. Wm. Tell 11l
EL Woodruff’s br. m. Lady Hleks 2 2 2
Time, 2:54-2:54—2:50.
* The stallion was the favorite at ten to six, and had a
very easy task in teatirg the mare.
THURSDAY, Dec. 15—Running Purse and Stake. S4OO. Two
* mile heats, carrying 112 lbs.
( A. Carpenter’s b. m. Lady Shankbone from Provi-
dence. 2 11
J. Turner’s ch. m. Lady Digby, from Albany 1 2 2
Mr. Thayer’s b. m. Disewn, from Boston. diet.
Time, 4:02—4 07—4:17.
It wi l be seen on referetce to our advertising columns,
that a trot con es off on Wednesday next over the Union,
between b. m. Lady Shankhones and ch. m. Lady Digbee,
. for a Purse and Stake of SSOO. It will doubtless be an in-
F trot.
TROTTING OVER THB CENTREVILLE (L. I.) OOUBSK.
TUESDAY, Dec. 13—Purse and Sweepstakes $l5O. Mlle heats,
best 3 in 5, in he mess, owners to drive.
M. Duryea’s s. g. General Fierce 1 1 1
G. M.’s ch. g. John 2 2 2
C. Watt’s b. m. Katy Darling 3 3 3
Time, 3:00—2:59—2:57.
TROTTING AT LOUISVILLE, KY.
SATURDAY, Dec. 3, 1853.—Match for $550, p. p., mile boats,
best 3 in 5. \
. James Ward’s Lcontine Pougaud (harness) 11l
H. Young’s b. h. St. Lawrence (wages) 2 2 2
Time not given.
SAME DAY—Pursos2so, mile heats, best 3 in 5, in harness.
James Ward’s b. m. Flora Temple 11 1
8. Ellis’s ch. g. Rhode Island 2 2 2
Time not given.
GREAT MATCH RACE AT NEW ORLEANS.
FRIDAY, Dec. 2, 1853—Match for $8,500 ($5,000 on Salite Wa
ters vs. $3,500 on Lexington) h. ft., Three mile heats.
B. Ten Broeck’s b. c. Lexington, by Boston, out of Alice
Carnoal 11
L. Smith’s b. f. Sallie Waters, by Imp. Glencoe, out of
Maria Black. 4 yrs 2 dish
* Time, 6:23J^—€:24% Track heavy.
It would seem from the above that Boston stock is still
in the ascendant. In allusion to the winner a New Orleans
paper says, “ Lexington’s appearance, as he walked past
* the stand, was by no means attractive, and he violates all
the rules laid down by horsemen in the purchase of a
horse—‘four white legs deny him,’ is the old motto—and
in addition to that eye-sore, he has glassy «r ‘wall’ eyes,
and is ‘a blazed young rip;’ but when stripped his form
did certainly command admiration. His style of going is
"the poetry of motion, and the horse that outruns him ia
a sticky, heavy track, must be a sort of steam engine in
disguise.”
RACING AT NASHVILLE, TENN.
SATURDAY, Dec 3, 1853—Match for $5,000 a side, $2,000 ft.—
gThree mi’e heats.
1 Boyden 4 Cheatham’s eh. g. Compromise, by Imp. Gienc»e,
dam Ly Stockholder, 5 yrs, 1071bs 1 i
A. & A Towles’ ch. f. Cordelia Reed, out of Eudora, by
Imp. Priam, 3 yrs, 83 lbs 2 dist.
Time, 6:10 —6:07% Track heavy.
FRIDAY, Dec. 2—Proprietor’s Purse, $l5O, ent. $lO, the second
hsrae to receive SSO. mile heats.
G. W. Diilehunt’s b. f. Madonna, by Imp. Yorkshire, dam
hr by Imp. Glencoe, 3 yrs, 831bs 11
P. 8. Fowler’s ch. c. Kangaroo, by Imp. Glencoe, dam by
I Imp. Leviathan, 4 yrs, lOOIba 3 2
A. & O. Towl-s’ b. c. Frank Pierce, by Im. Sovereign,
dam by Imp. Leviathan. 3 yrs 861bs 2 3
Time, 1:59%—1:57.
I
Sovereign’s vs. Boston’s Get.—>A oorres-
* pondont of the Spirit of the Times, writes from Canada as
follows :—“ We don’t go so far as “ A Young Turfman
on the contrary, we acknowledge the excellent, we might
almost say unsurpassed qualities of Boston, both as a
«ace-horse and a stallion. Nevertheless, we think that
his get are not to be compared with those of some other
stallions—Sovereign, for instance—that have furnished
florae of the best stoek ef the present day. Every one of
the get of Sovereign that we have known come to the
post, proved them, elves runners, and wc have one of
Sovereign’* get now in Canada, that will be matched to
run any three of the get of any one horse, Boston not ex
oepted, three races, at two, three, and four miles, at
New Orleans, a week between each raee, commencing a
month before the New Orleans Spring meeting in April
i next; andjsome of us will be along there in the Spring to
Bee Berry maintain Sovereign sway over all comers.”
Deer-Stalking.—The deer-stalking season
in Scotland has been a remarkably successful one this
year. One gentleman, the Duke cf Leeds, is reported to
have shot seventy-eight stags since the first of Septem-
W.
The Laskst Woodcock.—So late as the
Sth inst., Mr. Charles Hood (the trainer of Cardinal,
Hero, and other good ones), shot a woodcock within a
mile of the Union Course, L I.
» ,______________
Hunting Party.—Sir George Gore, an Eo
‘Zlifch baronet, and a party of English gentlemen from
Canada, arrived arrived at St. Leuis lately, on the steam
boat Young America, byway of the Illinois river. The
News says : “They have just concluded a hunting excur
sion in the region of Lake Michigan, and are en route
for Texas, with the intention of passing the winter in
that State. The party have a perfect sporting out
fit; tents, guns, ammunition, dog-keepers, and twenty
three thoroughbred English hunting hounds. They have
servants also, and some dosen of trunks and carpet
sacks of baggage.” •
Great Foot Raos.—A trial of speed for
$1,009 is advertised some off at Florence, Alabama,
on the 19th, between a man named Wash Morgan, of
ioist Tennessee, and a Mr. Cran, of Florence. Distance,
70 yards. G
Wild Pigeons.—The Pulaski (Tenn.) Ga-
EOtte says that wild pigeons have been very numerous in
that neighborhood lately, affording fine sport for gunners
generally, and that Ned Patteson killed ninety odd birds
at 6 shots.
Panther Killed. A gentleman named
* Shepherd, says the Stockton Journal, killed a large pan
ther, this week, on his rancho, about twenty-four mllix
« from Stockton, on the Moquelume river. The animal had
attacked his pig-pen, killed a fine hog, and eaten about
half of it. Mr. Shepherd annointed the other half with
strychnine, and left it on the same spot. The ensuing
night brought the depredator again to its feast, and when
Mr. Shepherd examined the scene next morning, he r on«d
a huge she panth*r and three cubs extended lifeless on the
ground. The aiimal was of an extraordinary sise, mea
suring six feei from the nose to the root of the tail, and
nine from tip to tip. The sameness between a she panther
and a lioness induces us to question if there has not been
some mistake in calling this animal a panther—for, to
•our mind, the size is too large.
Items ©f News, in Brief.
On Sunday last, as two boys were
playing about a shaft sunk for mining purposes, near
Gainea borough. the youngest, about six years old, lost
z his balance and pitched head foremost into the shaft, 40
5 feet deep. His brother, 12 years old, immediately let
•down the bucket, descended by the rope and timbers,
gathered up his brother, put him in the basket, then as
tended the rope, and afterwards pulled him up ; after
which he put him on his back and carried him home, a
distance of over a quarter of a mile, without even call
( ing for help. The little boy had a leg broke, but is doing
well. This is heroism, indeed.
A gentleman of Providence, returning
to his home recently, was attacked by a fellow, who de
manded his money, which was refused ; whereupon, he
fired a pistol, but sucotieded only in making a hole
in the gent’c hat. This failure induced him to run ; but
i the gentleman fired a revolver after him, and believes he
broke his arm with a shot,
It ia rumored that the Clerk of the
Court ©f Common Pleas at Baltimore is a defaulter to the
amount of $34,000. He has resigned. To meet which
there are $7600 in the bank, and hu property will realize
as much more. The bonds are ample for the balance; but
some technicality, it is thought, will release them from
payment.
The Pope’s Nuncio, Bedini, was escor
, ted to church in Pittsburg, on Sunday last, by a large
procession ; but on re-entering his carriage some rioters
puffed cigar smoke in Bishop O’Connor’s face, whom they
■•mistook lor the Nuncio. The rioters were chastised on
the spot, and considerable excitement prevailed daring
-the Sabbath. °
A Mrs. Ames, Tvhile returning home,
was attacked by a ruffian, who declared if she resisted he
would kiff her, holding on by her hair and throat at the
same time. She twisted his eravat and prevented a fur
r ther assault, when her husband came up, having heard
"her scream, but the fellow escaped.
On Tuesday, in Washington City, a
young man was arrested for attempting topass an altered
bill to a jeweler. He had previously passed one of
the same >ort on another jeweler, from whom he received
goods and $64 in change ; Che latter was found, but the
jewelry waa missing.
A domestic in Newark, on Sabbath
(evening last, was seriously burned by the explosion of a
camphene lamp, which she attempted to fill while burning.
She ran wildly about with her drees on fire, and her inju
ries are deemed fatal.
I@* Many residents of New Orleans carry
pieces of copper about their persons as a preventive of
cholera. A physician has discovered that coppersmiths
in that city as well as in Paris, have uniformly escaped
the disease.
r X&f* A bill is before the Georgia legislature
for the establishing a common school education in that
State, «jd to appropriate two hundred thousand dollars
for the education of poor children in the different coun
ties.
A Mr. Grant, of Hallowell, Mass.,
while passing a new building on Washington street, fell
into a hole, and broke one of his fingers thereby. The
wound seemed to heal up fast, but suddenly he became
and died a few days since of lock-jaw.
The Board of Trade at Baltimore has
donated $1,741.17 to a Society for the relief of the poer
of that city. This sum is the balance of contributions
made for the New Orleans sufferers, but bein? unrequited
has been appropriated to the indigent of their own city. ’
An elegant embroidered handkerchief
of Irish manufacture, with Amexicau emblems elegantly
’ worked thereon, has been presented by a firm of this city
* to Mrs. Pierce, the wife of the President, and been cor
dially received.
A lad named Oarlin, only ten years of
age, shot another boy named Flanuegan, six years old, at
Rome, this State, on Saturday week. The boys had a
quarrel, and the mother of Carlin, furnished him with a
1 pistol and directed him to shbot. Such depravity is truly
•astounding. 7
JB@“ The mail train which left Buffalo on
Monday last, ran over a cow, between Dunkirk and Buffa
lo, and one car was thrown down an embankment of fif
teen feet. Five or six persons were injured, but none
fatally.
Russia ia said to have required from
England that Admiral Slade and Capt. Borlase, [both of
whom hold commissions in the English Navy,] be recalled
their commands in the Turkish fleet. It is hoped
the demand will be promptly refused. r
There was a meeting of the Poles in
London, lately, to commemorate the Polish revolution of
1830. Refugees from all the European nations wer&
_ present. Mazzini wrote a letter to the meeting stating
v his inability, trom sickness, to attend.
Js@i“Anew brick machine has been invented
at Washington, D. C., which tempers and moulds at
once, putting off six bricks at every moment. It wiU
make upwards of one thousand bricks per hour.
t 4 J® 1 * Mrs. Bloomer will remove her paper,
“Th# Lily,” from Seneca Falls to Mount Vernon, Ohio,
on the Ist o f January. A public demonstration on the
■ departure of Mr. and Mrs. B. was made on Tuesday last.
■ Henry Ramsay, Esq., haa been ap-
■ ‘n place of Mr. McAlpine, who
I the Me Sold.*' “ ince to b “ CO,U6 Englneer-in-Chlef of
k A proposition for the erection of a
K S.mX’ n ieror. C ?j‘.L 8(, ’ t !? 0 > 10 the ° f J “ h " C-
B
r M OneS f, an< t» G a ? Oli Cour age, who escaped
L ' Jt@- The soldiers of the war of 1812 are to
I meet in convention in Philadelphu on Jenner, tb. sin.
I The New Jersey P.ilroad Company ha“ U &ered th.
[ heroes»free peerage. ™uoeren me
Some Armenians, who came as Com
jniwioner'e to th. World’s fair, found the expense7,
g>x»t of Iring in Ne» York, that one of their number
BsJt£> n r l dU ‘ g “ U * tO work 1,1 P eddlin E perfumery in
A candidate for the post of police of
fa^teal4 lUd .’ ,i ’ h > , *i , ‘’“ b and held to bail
ia steal.n t a trunk frota a railroad depot.
Gavazzi’s recent lecture at Washing
ten was attended by not more than a hundred persons;
instead ef drawing crowded houses and creating great ex
citement, it went off a tame affair.
A brakeman on the Stonington Rail
road, on Tuesday laet, while adjusting the bell-rope on the
top of a car, hia head came in contact with a bridge, by
which his brains were dashed out.
A resolution tendering to Gen. Wool
the thanks of Congress, and a sword for his services in
the Mexican War, has been offered and referred in the
House of Representatives.
£@“ Mr. Hughes, Attorney-General of
Pennsylvania, haa oSared 55009 f.r th. eitablishment of
a Miners’ Hospital at Fettaville, providing $15,000 more
are subscribed for the same purpow.
Notice was given in the House of
Representativ.a last wwk, of a proposition t. amand the
Constitution ; providing for the election of President of
the U. S. by a direct vote of the people.
J®* The first two boys committed to the
Reform School recently established in Maine, were Geo.
Washington and Daniel Webster, the first of whom is a
great rogue, and the last almost a fool.
The weather continues so mild in the
interior of this State, that the canals are all open. No
boats, however, are running : navigation having been
suspended for the season.
The cattle trade of Texas is growing
into considerable importance. During the season 40,600
head of beeves crossed the Neuces at Beaumont, on their
way to New Orleans.
The convict labor in the Clinton Co.
State Prison has been let to the Messrs. Kingsland, citi
zens of Kaesville. The prisoners will be principally em
ployed in the manufacture of iron.
K&- The number of hogs received at Madi
son, Ky., up to Saturday night last, was 11,532. against
48,404 received to the same d&te last year, and 23,502 at
the same date in 1851. Hogs are quoted at $4 for delivery.
The largs workshop in the old House
of Refuge, Philadelphia, was destroyed by fire on Thurs
day eveniug. It is supposed to have been set on fire.—
The boys all escaped.
Yankee Sullivan has been giving the
people of Boston a taste of his qualities, at a public exhi
bition at 50 cents a head. A “ plug-muss generally” was
the consequence.
Elihu Burritt is now in Boston, labor
ing in behalf of the Ocean Postage Reform. A public
meeting will be held in Faneuil Hall, on the 22d inst., to
further this very desirable objeet.
5@“A large otter was captured in the town
of Norfolk, St. Lawrence county, a few days ago. The
otter was making its way across the open fields towards
the St. Lawrence river, when discovered.
The Spanish Government has received
a report from Lisbon, announcing as a probability that
the Portuguese Government will, in a few days, proclaim
the Prince Royal of age.
Flour is selling at 38 per barrel at St.
Paul, Minnesota, and other articles of farming produce in
proportion ; mainly in consequence of tfie rush of emi
gration thither during the past season.
The amount of property destroyed in
the United States, by fire, during the month of Novem
ber, is reported to exceed $2,000,000.
£@- There were 613 deaths in Cincinnati,
on Monday, 600 of which were remarkably healthy look*
ing porkers.
There have been erected in Cincinnati,
during the present year, over 1,000 new buildings ; and
there are 400 more in process of construction.
Mr. Bell, Governor of Texas, has re
signed his office. Lieut. Gov. Henderson is now acting as
Governor of that State.
The receipts of cotton at all the South
ern ports are now 449,000 bales short of the receipts at
the same time last year. x
Seven hundred turkeys, from Tennes
see, were sold lately at public auction in Charleston,
averaging about $1,85 per pair.
A little child died in Trenton, N. J., a
short time since, from the bite of a spider • and a Mr. R.
Ramford of that place, is now suffering ia the same way.
Eighty negroes, en route for Liberia,
from the State of Tennessee, arrived at Savannah, on the
14 th-fast.
The wife of Governor Johnson, of Va.,
died on the 12th inst. The Legislature adopted resolu
tions of condolence.
The members of the South Carolina
Legislature are agitating the question of giving to tie
people the election of Presidential Electors.
It is stated that a daughter of Gerritt
Smith excites a great deal of curiosity in Washington, by
appearing in full Bloomer costume.
The agent of the Auburn State Prison
states that there has been but one case of small-pox in
the institution this season.
5®- The Emperor of Russia has sold out
his shares in the French funds, and closed his accounts
with the Bank of England.
Seamen are so scarce at Baltimore
that $45 per month have been unsuccessfully offered for
the trip to Liverpool.
The Washington and Hermann steam
ers being hauled off for repairs, there will be no mail to
Bremen until the 28th of January.
Js@““ There is an industrial exhibition of ar
tides from eight States of the Union holding in Washing
ton, and attracting considerable attention.
The increase in the population of Cali
fornia from January to November, from emigration, is
only 21,000 persons.
For the purpose of enforcing the Li
quor law, forty thousand dollars have been subscribed in
Bristol county, Mass.
s©"- The Bank of Charlson has been re
chartered by the Senate of South Carolina, with a re
duced capital of a million dollars.
The liquor bars of the principal hotels
in Detroit have been closed, in accordance with the new
liquor law of Michigan.
The Schoharie stage upset in Albany
on Monday last, by which two passengers were considera
bly hurt.
The Brooklyn Daily Advertiser, after
a life of ten years, has died out. It is to be followed by a
new journal called the “Chronicle.”
An effort is making for the removal of
the Columbia county buildings from Hudson to Chatham
Four Corners.
A bill to prevent the circulation of
small notes in the District of Columbia, has been intro
duced in the Senate.
Judge Leigh, of Va , has decided that
railroad companies are responsible for passengers’ bag
gage, notwithstanding any notice to the contrary.
MARRIED,
At Farmingdale, L. 1., 7 minutes before7th hour of the 15th of
12 h month by order of the feociety of Friends. ROBERT R
CARPENTER, of this city, to HANNAH W. POWELL, of
Farmingdale.
Westchester papers please copy.
Dec. 15, by Rev. Edmund Neville, WILLIAM 11. CHAVELL
to EMILY A., daughter of J. L. Murray, Esq., all of this city.
DIED,
Mrs. ELIZABETH, relict of the Uta William Ludlam, in the
74th year »f her age.
13 ’ in tho 74th y® ar of her a S®. ELIZA
BETH CORBIN, wife of Ferdinand S. 0. Campbell. She was
grand-daughter of Carter Braxton, one of tho Signers of the
Declaration of Independence.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
Thirty Years’ Experience of an Old
NURSE.—M RS. WINSLOW would call the ar.ee
iion of the Ladles to her SOOTHING SYRUP, f«,r children
teething. B will give immediate relief, reduces all iuflamuia
taon, making the precess of teething easy, and is positively sure
to cure the dysentery and diarrheea. Immense quantttiea are
sold all oyer Nj»w England.
*r Pß w?*\ r *?lTlVE.— -We have sold very large quantities of
Mrs. Winslow’s Soothing Syrup during the pa»t six years, and
over 20,0€fi bottles the last year. We believe it tho best medicine
in the world for Children Teething, or for the cure of Dysentery
and Diarrhcea in Children, whether it arises fr»m teething or
any other cause. It gives universal satisfaction—never heard a
complaint from any one using ii—never sold a media ne so uni
versally successful in relieving pain and effecting euxes. In all
cases above stated, if taken in season, relief is and
ABSOLUTELY CBKTAIN. CURTIS 4 PER KINS,
Druggists, formerly of Bangor, Me.—new at No. 40 Cortland
Street, New York.
S<dbyC. H. RING, corner of John street and Broadway:
BOYD 4 PAUL, No. 40 Cortlandt street, New York; Mrs.
HAYES, No. 175 Fulton street, Brooklyn. Price 25 canta a
bottle.
Also for sale as above, CURTIS 4 PERKINS’S WILD CHER
RY BITTERS, for the cure of Billions and Jaundice Complaints
and General Debility. They quicken the blood, and give new
U-* and energy to the whole system. viJPrice only 37>4 cents in
pint bottles
Liberal Lectures and Debates for the
People.—Mr. RYKMAN will lecture at Chatham Hall, No. 5
Chatham Square, this afternoon at half past 2. Subject—The
Fito Fundamental Fa.lacles, so called Facta, of Robert Owen.
Free admission. Front seats for Lad es. Discussion invited.
Grinnell’s Daguerreotypes, in Colors,
212 Broadway, corner of Fulton street, near Barnum’s Museum.
Pearl papier Mache, Inlaid Turkey, embossed, French and
American cas*>s; lockets of every description, suitable for holi
day Gifts. Next door to Barnum’s Museum.
Holiday Gifts—Christinas Week.—
Meade Brothers’ Souvenirs for the Holidays. Daguerreotypes
in Colors, in Pearl, Papier Mache, Shell, Turkey Morocco Casaj.
English and French Lockets imported expressly by ourselves.
233 BROADWAY.
Branch. Williamsburgh, L. I.
Anti-Slavery Lectures.— The. Hon. John
Gcrham Palfrey, formerly Secretary of State of Massachusetts,
Member of Congress, 4c , and who emancipated twenty slaves
conveyed to him by will, because be could not conscientiously
hold them in bondage, will deliver the Second Lecture m the
Course of the New York Anti-Slavery Society, at the Taberna
cle, on TUESDAY EVEN'NG, Dec. 20. Subject—The Political
Usnrpat’ons ot tho Slave Power. Tickets for tae remaining 1?
loctuies, $2 for a gentleman; $1 for a lady ; adml’tisg a gentle
man and two ladies, 50c.; single admission, 25 cents. Sold at
C. S. Francis & Co.’s, No. 212 Broadway; Fowlers 4 Wells, No.
131 Nassau-st.; at the A. S. Ofiice, No. 142 Nassau street, and
at the door.
Public Dinner to John Miltlii:! at the
Broadway Theatre, MONDAY EVENING, Dec. 19, 1853.
Tickets $5, entitling the holder to introduce two ladies to the
boxes, can be obtained at the following places: Astor House,
Broadway Theatre, Metropolitan Hotel, St. Nicholas, Moffat’s
No. 579 Broadway ; Garriok House, No. 23 Chatham st; Joseph
Loo, No. 315 Broadway; P. McCormick, oor. 12th st and Ist
av. P. Lynch, Office Irlih American : Capt. Thos. Murphy,
No. 15 Elizabeth st; Thos. Clark, cor. Chatham and James st:
James Russel), cor. 35th st. and 3d av ; Henry Marshall. No, 391
Bowery ; David Haynes, Montague Hall, Brooklyn.
Professor O. S. Fowler continues his
Lectures at KNICKERBOCKER HALL, comer of 231 street
and Bih Avenue, this week. Monday evening, “ Woman, her
Phrenology, etc.” Thursday evening, “ Manhood,”—to men
alone.
W ■ Blood Is the Life of the Flesh.— Blood,
Pure B’ood, i» truly the life of the flesh ; but while it is so,
there is also implanted in it a principle of corruptibility ; when -
this becomes active, then disease or pain commen-es. In some,
this principle predominates before birth, and the child is still
born. In others, it is not fully dove‘oped in a hundred years,
and in a majority of cases the fight goes on through life—some
times a state of good health prevailing, at other times sickness.
Those inssickness who use BRANDRETH’S PILLS, generally
soon recover their usual health, because they aid the principle
of life to throw out the principle of disease from the body. Just
so soon as pain or sickness in any form presents itself, just so
toon should four or six Brandreth’s Pills be swallowed, and con
tinued every few hours, until they have operated freely. This
method generally succeeds in restoring the health at once ; but
when it does not, a few days’ use will, in a majority of cases,
suffice for that object. • But experience has fully confirmed this
practice as being superior to all others. In obstinate oases it
will be necessary to persevere; for while sickness or pain re
mains, Brandreth’s Pills are as necessary to put out sickness as
water is to pat out fire, and their good effects are not balanced
by any ; being composed entirely of innocent
vegetable preparations, they do not expose those who use them
to danger, and they are, moreover as certain as they are salu
tary. They are daily and safely administered to infancy, youth,
manhood and old age, and to women in the most critical and
delicate circumstances. They do not disturb or shock the ani
mal functions, but restore their order and re establish their
health In eases of boils and all eruptive diseases, they are
unequalled for good.
They are now relied upon by hundreds of thousands of fami
lies, m preference to other medicines ; twenty years’ experience
of their qualities having greatly added to their reputation. The
following modest note from Mr. Bemis, of Dudley, Mass., for a
supply, tells its own story :
„ „ Dudley, Dec. 7th, 1853.
B. Brandretii—Dear Sir—l have sold all the Pills I had of
yours, and the money is ready when you will send my receipt.
Please to send more Pills as soon as you can—send to Webster’s
Station. I have sold sll7 worth of your Pills, and they give
universal satisfaction.
Yours, with respect, PHINEAS BEMIS.
Now that Cholera and Small Pox are threatening us, it will
be well for all persons to be provided with theae Pills ; by their
occasional use much danger may be prevented. The bleod will
be thus purified, and thus ita malignant principle so decreased,
that the infection of these diseases have nothing on which to
settle ; and as a rule, those persons who use Brandreth’s Pills,
would be greatly more secure, than those who carry about with
them, in their bdWels, and in their blood, a load of impure
humor.
Chrfetadoro’s Hah* Preservative and
BBAUTIFIER, NO. 6 ASTOR HOUSE.-This famous prepara
tion is guaranteed to preserve the Hair in its full beaaty and
luxuriance throughout life. If the hair is thin, it thickens it;
If dull and dead looking, it gives it a magnificent gloss. It is
warranted to remove scurf and dandruff, prevent the hair falling
off restore it in bald spots, cause it to curl, and keep it in splen
did order under all circumstances and in ail climates. Manufao
turlrf. and sold only br CHRIST ADOBO. No. 6 Astor Homo.
CHBISTADOBO’S BXCBLSIOK HAIB DYE I
Oomposod of th. same chemical ingredients es the real coloring
matter o. the hair. This preparation, in five minutes, changes
r C " color to a superb black or brown, without discoloring
the scalp. It aeta on natural principles, and ita -affect is more
than that of any other hair dye in the world.
a at No. 6 Astor House. Private rooms for ap
plying the dye. Price per small box, $1; double sise. $1 ML
Secsire a Pleasant Hofiie on Easy
terms at the beautiful village of CLARENCE VILLE. Although
this piece of ground has[ been before the public but a few months,
yet already over one half of tho lota are subscribed fo»-a sure
evidence of ita value. Clarenceville is situated on Lomr Island
Smiles from Brooklyn on the Brooklyn and JamX Plank
Roan—is of unrivalled beauty, and, for a suburban residence has
superior advantages. The Long Island Railroad runs through
the centre of the village; tho depot is on tho ground, by means
of which persons oau reach New fork in half an hour, at all times
of tho day. Two linos of stages also pass the village hourlv
The streets are from 60 to 120 feet in width, are all graded and
planted on both aides with trees. Four public pumps wid also be
placed in the streets, and all without expense to the subscribers
The proprietor is also now erecting at dareneeville 5 hand
some houses, each at a cost of SIOOO, which will, not be offered
for sale, but will be drawn tfar by the subscribers, each subscri
ber being entitled to one chance for every lot subscribed ; thus
five subssribers boing sure of becoming entitled each to a hand
some and convenient dwelling aa»d lot, at the mere price of tho
tot. The proprietor will make liberal loans to those who may
wish to improve their lots. This is the best chance ever offered to
persons of small means of becoming owners of a Homestead, (for
which all are striving) so son venfont to the City, so handsomely
located, at so nominal a price, and on such easy terms.—
Avail yourself of the opportunity ere it be too late. Excur
sions wio bs made to the premises every THURSDAY,
at 8X c’slock a. m., via the Long Island Railroad, for which fro©
llCtate may be procured on application to either of the under
signed. The price of each Lot is fixed at $94, payable $4 month
ly for one lot; $6 monthly for two lots.; $lO monthly for four lots.
JAOOB PEL’ARE, Proprietor,
Hester street. New York.
Officehours. from 9 o’clock A. M. to 1. P. M.
OiUy J 5 Ct«.—Lauek’s ExccMor Halr Dye.
PYSjMtaitMieoii., permiuient and harmlMa,
k Whlflker »» un(l Moustaches to any desired
.'J 10 n J et black - n wili not ftare the
hair or stain the skin, oau bo used without regard to tima nr
wea Vl lher C a ri J’ fr ® 6 °f all tb ® objJSons found ofhw dyea
such as bad odor, turning red, impermanence 4o The chemical
alßr pS Tv I,quid r °LTjL halr is astonishing; the instant it is
appLed, quick as an ©tectrio spark, the color Is set, and is im
moveable, even if washed Immediately. It the ladles knew how
much this Dye adds to[their beautvUen applied tothefr eye
brows, not ane would be wrraont it. Price, 75 cents uar box.
The subscriber also applies the Dye at his Hulr Dressing Room’
No. 5 Roosevelt street, three doors from Chatham A nrivato
entrance through the Hull for Ladies. Also sold at the store of
the New Hat Company, 148 Nassau street; C. Klauberz No M
Chatham atreat; May’s Thread and Needle Store, iil Bowerv
and No. 606 >enrth street. ’’
Mar* Hie Best Hair Dye. — Ballard's new/itn
proved, and enlarged edition is positively the best and cheapest
Hair Dye ever offered to the public, it will color the Hair any
■hade desired, from a light Brown to a Jet Black in twenty min
utes. Also, correct any bad coloring from other dyes, and will
not positively fade, soil, or wash off. The Hair also prevented
from falling off by using BALLARD’B Chemical Hair Fastener,
fiioe and store, No. 333 Broadway, opposite Broadway Theatre
w hore boautifo; Samples, Diplomas, 4c., can bo eoen.
Charles’s London Cordial ®ln has been
but eighteen months before the American public, and in that
short space ef time has beeome universally
It is upon the aidebeord ef the finally and the bar of Um> hotel;
by the bedside of the aiok as well as the companien of the heal
thy. Free frem Intoxfoaiteg qualities, it is barmlees in ita adop
tion. The inebriate, by its use. finds it a slight stimulant, which,
while it feeds the appetite, gradually weans him from the hon ors
ef delirium, and restores a shattered constitution.
Its great repatatieu is derived from its absolute purity—ita tte
lioieus flavor, differing outirely from every other gin—ita great
utility aa a madioiae in eaoos of dispepaia. gout, gravel, diseases
of the kidneys, a»d innumeeabla other maladies.
To travelers it is tedtapensably necessary, dl«4patin.g, as it
deee, the annoyances frequently engendered by change of water,
4e., diapelling agumlbver, ana malaria of every doeeriptiea.
It ie endorsed by tike whole medical faculty of Greai Rritain,
Mid is universally used by the profession in this country. Pet
np in square bottles, Mampod with the proprietor’s name, a fas
simile signature, upon the label, aad peeked in oo*»s of one do-
Beware of imitations. Tbs genuine Charles’ London Cordial
Gin can be bad retail ef all respoetnble druggists and greoera,
and wholesale of the sole importer and proprietor.
Lt. ftfdh FerateiwJ for
the application of irme. cold, or medicated water to the lye or
Bar, in tho form of Jot, donee, or shower bath, are particularly
recommended to madieal man and others, as powerful auxiliaries
in the trettament of the direases of those delicate organs, and for
DMVGUB headaches, catarrh, and leueorrbcea. Te be had at No.
502 Broadway.
J®* Mrs. Brown’s NonpareH Hair Lastral—
Office, 382 st.—for nourishing, beautifying, restoring,
preventing grey hair, and dreeoing the hair without soiling.
This beautiful artislo Is an odoriferous, orotuny liquid, similar te
the natural oil ,of the hair Also, Mrs. Brown’s Lily Cream
Toils? Soaf, for preserving aad improving tho skin and com
plexion, making the hands d.licately soft, and pliable as a kid
glove. 'These excellent preparations are natronlnod by President
Pierce and Lady, Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, Jenny
Lind, the Faculty, and persons of distinction; and are in the
Palace fer cempetition against the world. These trnly excellent
preparations give universal satisfaction, and medals and diplo
mas have been awarded for their intrinsic value. Invented and
prepared by Mrs. G. N. H. BROWN. Office, 382 Broome st.
Agents. Mrs. Kidder. Boston: L B. Putnam. Saratoga Swrinsrs.
ffi. Saulniers’ Patent Hetaile Razor
STROPS.—The oldest and most approved STROP now in nse,
having boon before the public for the last thirty years, can be
had at the subscribers, wholesale and retail.
EAUNDBRS, 7 Aster House and BS7 Broadway.
€!oaks ! Cloaks !! at reduced prices.
The subscribers offer a large assortment of velvet, cloth and
merino clonks—both plain and embroidered—of the latest styles
at reduced prices. BIRDSALL, HASKELL 4 Co.
629 Broadway.
S&~ Diseases of the Eye and Ear .-Dr. Brown,
368 Broome street, New York, continues his successful treatment
for the Bya and Ear. The most aggravated oases cured, and
these eensidered insurable need not despair. Patients in the
country, by describing their cases, can be treated, and the medi
cines seat to any part. Artificial Eyes for sale.
tear* ArHfiolal Eyes.— Dr. Powell has recent
ly imported a large and beautiful assortment of Human Artificial
Byes, which exactly, assimilate the natural organ in color, move
ment, and expression, and can be inserted or removed without
pain or operation. No. 502 Broadway, nearly opposite the St.
NloholM Hotel. - .
Cho!«e Pressnta for ths Holidays.—
GRZAT BABGAINB at th. ORIGINAL A. JACOBS, 100
Chatham street, in Watches, Jewelry, Silver-Ware, Accordeons,
Ac. We are now selling our Watches at the following low
nrioea:
Hne Gold Lopine Watches, four holes jeweled S2O 00
Fine Gold Detached Levers, full jeweled 25 00
Gold Bnamoled Watches, for ladles 82 00
Gold English Patent Lovers 35 00
Gold English Patent Lovers, Hunting Cases 50 00
Silver Patent Levers as low as sls 06 15 00
Silver Lepines, four holes jeweled, as low as 10 00
Silver Qnartiers, as low as 7 60
Together with a very splendid assortment of Freneh Jewelry in
seta of Bracelets, Pins, and Ear-rings; likewise jewelry and
Silver-ware of our own manufacture, and every article in the
line.
TARGET COMPANIES parading and wishing to purchase
PRIZES, will find our assortment of Silver Cups, Medals, Cake
Baskets, Ao., &0., at unprecedented low prices.
Our stock of Fancy Articles, Portomonnaiee, 4c., Ao., is also
complete.
Constantly on hand our well known ACCORDEONS, thou
sands of which have t*en sold during the past year, and have
given universal satisfaction for their superior tone, finish and du
rability, which we are enabled to sell at prices much below the
regular rates. CaJJ and be satisfied.
Also, a large stoek of Musical Instruments, such as Melodious,
Concertinas, Violins, Flutes, Guitars, Ac., &c. All of the above
warranted as represented, or the money refunded. Do not forget
the number, 100, in large gilt figures over the door.
Fewtew & WeHe. PbrieolGglsti and
f ÜBLPfIBHRS, Cliuwu Holl, 131 rtrret. Office even for
K&- m Old Ordinal Professor L. Jacobs,
Wholesale and Retail, 102 Chatham st., [Established 1845] Ao
ccrdoon, Ftattaas, Violins, Flutes, Guitars, Banjos, Tamborines,
and all kinds cf Musical Instruments and Materials; Importer of
Watohos and Jewelry; Fishing Tackle, in all its varieties. Re
member 102 CHATHAM ST., one door from the corner of Pearl.
Jesny Says that all Cabinet Furniture,
House Furnishing and Fancy Goods, from the coun
ty now in New York for the purpose of renewing their stock,
should remember the ladies of their vicinity, by calling at
BLACKWELL’S Factories of Jenny Lind Sewing and Infant
Linen Stands, 64 Cannon and 31 and3B Attorney sta.
To the Ladies.— Hurd’s Golden Gloss,
for the Hair, is a preparation which has ne equal. It is highly
perfumed, and imparts the fragrance of the most delightful flow
ers. It makes the hair
SOFT, GLOSSY AND BEAUTIFUL,
and causes it to grow luxuriously, preventing it from felling off
or turning gray. It removes dandriff, prevents eruptions forming,
and keeps the scalp clean, smooth and healthy. It has cured
nervous and sick headache by a single application. Ladies who
learn ita value in this respect, will never be without it.
Remember Hurb’s Goldhx Gloss is a guaranteed article, and
person’s whe are dissatisfied after using it, will please call at the
office and the money will bo refunded. It is put vp in large bot
tles and sold for twenty-five cents.
W. C. HURD, Proprietor, 304 Broadway, New York.
Sold at Tuttle’s Fancy Emporium, 345 Broadway, and by
Druggists generally.
I©" A Sard.— Dr. Powell, Oculist, Aurist,
4«., will receive his patients, for the ensuing season, from 10 to
4 o’clock, daily, at his office, 502 Broadway, between3r tome and
Spring stireeta.
Pronrfnm Daguerreotypes.— Those who
desire to get a capital Daguerreotype likeness of themselves,
their families, or friends, should call at BRADY’S OLD-ES
TABLISHBD GALLERY, Nos. 2G5 and 207 BROADWAY. It
should be borne in mind that Mr. Brady has, at every exhibition
in which his pictures have been brought into competition with
the productions of other artists, borne off the palm of superiority
Barker’s Cheieuxtoniqne.— The propri
©tor of this article, during seventeen years experience in the art
cf ladies’hair dressing, has never found, among all that is sold
under the name of “ reetorativee,” “ regenerators,” 4e., any
thing that would restore the hair upon a lady’s head after it had
fallen off. It is comparatively easy to produce this effect upon
gentlemen, from the foot that the frequent cutting of their ha»ir
strengthens it; but a lady’s tresses, which are never subjected to
the tonsorial scissors, may fade, wither, decay, and fall off, and
there is nothing to restore them to their original luxuriance.
There are preparations, to be sure, which may force out a few
Stray locks, but they present “a lean and ragged look,” which
detracts rather than adds te the personal appearance.
BARKER’S CHEVEUXTONIQUE.
was produced by the proprietor after much experimenting, to
supply this important desideratum, and give to the ladies an ar
ticle which would Induce so powerful a growth as to impart all
the original power and vigor to the scalp. In effecting this, it
of course became necessary to combine with it medicinal proper
ties for rem-.ving the complaints to which the head is subject,
for, after all, baldness is but a disease, and not, as many people
suppose, the necessary result of Increasing years. Hence tlfe
Cheveuxtoniqub was so compounded as to be a sure eure for
Ringworm, Tetter, Scald Hoad, Headaohe, Incipient Erysipe
las, Inflamed Skin, and indeed all other diseases which dffeotthe
head.
It will cure the Headache in the shortest possible time, as also
eradicate Dandruff, aad, by being free from all grease, doos not
clog up the roots whore the delicate fibres of the hair firrt start;
but does what is all important, keeps them free and open, ana
thus producing in a short time a soft, delieate, and glossy cover
ing to the head as rich and lustrous as youthful looks.
One bottle is sufficient to prove its superiority over every other
article at present used fora similar purpose.
No preparation has ever boon presented to the public which
combines such extraordinary qualities as this—so wonderfsl and
yet so simple that all are surprised it had not been thought of
before. It recomejeiads itself at ouce to all who nse it, putting
te flight all the nostrums and thousand and one humbugs of the
(General depot at Barker’s Ladies’ Hair Dressing saloon. No.
439 Broadway, and sold at all respectable druggist and fancy
stores.
Large Bottles, 25 cents, at retail; a liberal discount to those
who buy to soil again.
J©* A Card to tbs Ladies.— Dr. DUPONOO’S
French Periodical Golden Pills, infallible in removing stoppa
ges or irregularities of the meases. These Mils tire aChing new,
but have been used by the Doctor for many years, both in France
and America, with unparalleled success in every case ; and he
is urged by many thousand ladles, who have used them, to make
the Pills public, for the alleviation of these suffering from any
irregularities whatever, as well as to prevent pregnancy to those
ladies whore health will not permit an increase of family.
Pregnant females, or those supposing themselves so, are cau
tioned against using these pills while pregnant, as the proprietor
assumes no responsibility after the above admonition, although
their mildness would prevent any mischief to health; otherwise
those Pills are recommended. Full and explicit directions ac
company each box. All orders must be sent to Dr. J. DUPON
GO, BroadwaV Post Office, and they will be sent, confidentially,
to any part of the city or country by mail, if One Dollar is en
closed.
Sold by Burton 4 Steele, Broadway, cor. of Howard street:
De Graff, cor. Alloa aad Grand; Hinton, oor. Bth avenue and
20th street.
Agente wanted for every town and city.. Address
DR. J. DUPONCO,
BroadwHy Peat Office. New York-
The Patent Gas Regulator
Saves 25 per cent of gas,
Produces a better light,l
Keeps servants from wasting gas,
Is self-acting, and needs no attention,
Prevents your walls from being smoked,
Makes the air of your house more healthy.
It can be seen in operation at
“ No. 262 Broadway,” and be ordered of
** All gas fitters.
Orders received at Kenyon’s Ship Letter Office, Journal of
Cowmero*. office.
To Druggists, Chrecors, Bakers, Confec
tioeers and others.-BUSH 4 GALE, Importers and Wholesale
ealers, 186 Greenwich st-eet, North River side of the city,
ff»r for sale, in quantities to suit purchasers, a freah and w ell
selected stock of genuine Drugs, Medicines, French, English
and American Chemicals, Dye Woods, Acids, Dye Stuffs,
Paints, 1 Oils, French and American Window Glass; Grocer’s,
Baker’s, Dyer’s, Hattprs’ asd Confectioners’ articles at the
lowest market prices. Physicians and country merchants send
ing to this establishment can rely upon getting’' prime articles,
and having their orders promptly exeeuted.
KST The Petersville Homestead Association
own about 260 acres of choice land in the vicinity of the de
lightful village ef New Rocholle, on the Now Haven Railroad.
The lands are elevated, and command a fine view of Long
Island Sound, and the surrounding oountry.
There are on the lands of Petersville several fine living springs,
and a number of good wells of pure water.
There are also on the property seven good dwelling-houses,
of an average value of nearly 1,000 dollars eaoh, and as many
barns, which, with a small outlay, ean
be oonverted into houses, suitable for families to dwell in.
The derign of this undertaking is to furnish men of moderate
means a building site at first cost. The land is to be divided into
acre, half-acre and quarter acre plots, giving to the quarter acre
members four city lota or 100 feet square, for the small sum of
9f5, payable at the rate of 75 cents per week, and in tire same
proportion for the larger plots, and any member drawing a lot
with a house or barn on it will be entitled to the same, without
any additional cost whatever.
This Association has also the New Haven Railroad passing
through the best portion of their timbered lands, on a grade with
the tract, and at Just the distance to establish a denot tor Petere
ville.
The Directors of Petersville guarantee to every member a per
fect title.
There are no restrictions as to building.
The Company have about half the number of members re
quired, and to those who now Join, ample time will be given to
pay up back dues.
Distance, thirty-five minutes from the city.
For further particulars apply to the following officers of the
Associatfon: >
F. A. POTTER, No. 2 Hanover st., opp Exchange, Pres.
W«. H. HOYT, No. 280 9th av., Financial Secretary.
ROBERT BRADY, at C. B. Hatch 4 Co.’s, 97 William st.
Regular meetings held every MONDAY evening, at American
Hall, corner of Broadway and Grand st.. 2d floor, at 7 o’clock.
S&- Trusses—Ko Pressure upon th® Spine.
—Butler’B Recent Invention. The Patent Guard Spring is now
applied to Trusses and Supporters, in place of the old fashioned
back pad. It receives the truss band and distributes its pressure
over the back without touching the spine. ,
BUTLER’S PITENT TRUSS ANU SUPPORTER PAD,
for Hernia and Prolapsus Uteri (falling womb) are now tested :
they induce radical cures, and hence are fast superseding all
others in nse.
FP.EDERICK M- BUTLRR, Successor to Hull,
Manufacturer, No. 4 Vesey street,
opposite St. Paul’s Church, N. Y.
Trusses, Supporters, Shoulder Braces, and Spinal Instruments,
all of new construction. A female in attendance.
T ll - - N j , ■•ii.iurru
Highly interesting!
SPIRITUAL COMMUNICATIONS
FROM THE UPPER CIRCLES,
Rapped out at a recent
SEANCE MYSTERIEUSE.
Earnestly submitted to the consideration of
‘‘THE WHOLE WORLD
AND THE REST OF MANKIND.”
1.
[From Ovidius Naso, a Roman rhymer.]
Thebesto vinum ct spiritorum et fumigantibus intotus
Mundissimus, areatibus thestoreof
Gulielmus Burdickieksis et Eknricus Stkikeribus.
Libertas streetibus, 73.
2.
[From Anacreon, a Greek writer of some celebrity.]
Kris masisni;
Sois New Year;
Beyou then spri
Tolay in goodcheer.
Noone can phix
Youoph so kom plete,
As Purdick 4 Striker,
Of Liberty street.
3,
[From JEsop a Lydian Slave.]
A certain Lacedemonian, once straying into the Athenian stock
market, was badly goied by a hornless bull, which tore open the
contents of his pocketbook, and scattered them around; the which
caused him much gloom and depression. Meeting a friend, who
inquired the reason of h’s woe begone appearance, he peevishly
replied “Away—l am out tf spirits.” Whereupon the other,
who was a great philanthropist, rejoined, “ Why this excessive
grief, my friend, when thou canst obtain a fresh supply from
Burdick 4 Striker, fit 73 Liberty street, New Yorkl”
Moral: Never be out of spirits, while you have cash or good
credit.
N. B.—The truth of the above communications can be substan
tiated by a personal call upon the subscribers, where the most po
tent spirits may be rapped out of the most obstinate bungholes,
and occular, auricular and olfactorial evidences presented of the
irresistible power of the
CIRCULATING MEDIUM.
BURDiCK 4 STRIKER, Proprietors.
TO DISTILLERS AND DEALERS IN
SPIRITS —The undersigned respectfully informs the above
that the true strength of all spirituous liquors may now be ob
tained, being made and adjusted from the only original standard
hydrometer, as made by John G. H Ronketti, April, 1851, and
ceatifiod by Dr. Chilton, April 30 1851, (and which is in our pos
session.) from which all our instruments are made: and in order
to ascertain that such instrHnents are from said eiandard, they
wili ba marked as uider, from this date—“By John G. H. Ron
ketti.”
J, PRENTICE, Nd. 1 Chambers street, manufacturer of staad
ard meteorological instruments, hydrometers, and of all metals
and all other instruments in the above branches.
J B. STOUVENEL, IMPORTER OF
• Bourdeaux Wines, white and red, of the beat qualities and
from the best houses in Europe, directly imported t'j-om the pro
prietors. Persons will find in nis store every quality of Wine
and the best marks of Brandy, Port and Madeira Wines, Bur
gundy, Rhine Wine, aad Champagne. Any buyer can try the
Wines at the stores, 63 Ann street, near William, and 40 John
stree-. He also imports expressly for families. All sorta of finer
Wima and Tahl»- Wine** M a reasonable urine.
Benjamin j. pentz, notary
PUBLIC, and COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS, tor the fol
lowing States, authorized to take acknowledgments of Deeds and
other instruments of Writing, and to administer Oaths or Affir
mations for the Staten of
Pekhsylvania, Ohio,
Kentucky, North Carolina,
Georgia, Mississippi,
lowa, Wisconsin,
New York, Rhode Island.
Office during the day, at No. 151 Bowery, under Bowery Bank,
and from 7 to 10 P. M., at No. 124 Second et.
Hanna & beebe.-oandle
WICJL— Only Agmta for Hanna 4 Carpenter’s fine Can
dl» Wiok. expreeriy for LSiandJaw’ nre. from 1 to 15 thran-qa. Fo>
sale ai ID®
Grates and fenders.—j. &h.
KELLY. No. 346 Broome st., next to Dr. Cone’s Chureh,
and opposite the Harlem Railroad Depot. The subscriber has
en hand a splendid assortment of new Patterns, which for style
and workmanship cannot be surpassed. Those who want to
purchase would do well to e&ll, as we feel confident it would be
to their advantage.
JOSEPH KELLY, ENGRAVER AND
PRINTER, 61 FULTON ST., N. Y.—Wedding, Visiting.
Ipvitation Autographs, Address and At Home Cards ; Bridal
Envelopes. Coke Boxes, Silver Lace, Wafers, 4c., 4c.; Business
Cards, Bill Heads, Bills of Exchange, Pox-traits, Diplomas,
Parchments, Book and Magazine work or every description, ex
•ented in the best manner-and at the lowest cash price.
rpHOMPSON’B HALL, 372 FOURTH
_L AVENUE.—FOR SALE, the Lease of Five years, and
all cf pari of Fixtures. The house is now doing a good every
day business; but the owner has other interests to attend to.
Hanna and beebe, commission
PAPER WABBHOUSK.IOd Fulton etroet, and 63 Ann
street, New York, offer for sale, on favorable terms, a very large
assortment of every variety. The public are invited to ooE and
xamins the rises and Quality.
ONE SHILLING DELAINES.—
RIGHT FROM AUCTION—GREAT BARGAINS.
THE CHEAPEST GOODS EVER SEEN IN THIS MARKET.
HITCHCOCK & LEADBEATER,
347 BROADWAY, corner of LEONARD street,
Have just opened from Auetios the cheapest lot of goods ever
sold in this market, as a
SPLENDID DE LAINE FOR Is.
richly worth 25., and fit for any lady a dress, and besides,
would make, for a domestic, a
SPLENDID HOLIDAY PRESENT !
They are going off at the rate of 400 er 500 dresses a day, and no'
time is to be lost by those who wish to secure one. They have
also received from auction a large lot of the
VERY BEST ALL-WOOL DE LAINH, AT 3s.
the richest and best article of French Delaine, Cashmare pat
terns of variou/8 rich and choice styles, the best styles of the
reason, precisely the same goods that have beau and are now
sold everywhere else for sevoaty-flvo oonu and a dollar a yard,
vet may be had here for
XST THREE SHILLINGS A
cheaper, by half, than such goeds were ever k»own before.
They have also every other kind and style ef Fall and Winter
Dwy Goods.
SILKS OF EVERY KIND AND QUALITY,
embracing the most elegant Brocade, Plain, Plaid, Striped, Fig
ured, 4« , Ac.; Rich heavy Sia.ins for Cloaks, and
BISCHOF’S CELEBRATED BLACK BILKS,
which retain their lustre till worn out, and are
WARRANTED NEVER TO CRACK.
All of which they effer at greatly reduced priees. They have
the received another large stoek of
NEW AND ELEGANT WORSTED PLAIDS,
also patterns! of which were of their own designing, and were
manufactured expressly fer the>&. The ladies will find them ex
qui&Vxdv beautiful. They have else a solondid stock of
NEW AND CHOIC*: FRENCH MERINOBB,
of every desirable shade and color.
LONG AND SQUARE SHAWLS,
of every kind, the French Broeho, Woollen, C*shmore, Jse.
MOURNING GOODS OF ALL KINDS.
KID GLOVE'* AT FIFTY CENTS A PAIR,
for both Ladita and Gentlemen, warranted be*rt quality.
UNDERSHIRTS AND DRAWERS.
for both Ladies and Gentlemen, ef Merino, Silk, Cotton, Ac.
HONITON LACE COLLARS, SLEEVES, Ae.,
purchased at Auction for half the usual price.
SOILED QUILTS AND WOOLLEN BLANKETS,
eqnallv as s ood as fresh ones, but for about
HALF THE USUAL PRICE.
TERMS CASH. AND ONLY CASH TO ANYBODY.
P. s.—Th»*v hive inat received a large lot of slightly soiled
FINE SHIRTING LINENS, at 2s 6d.,
warranted free fiom injury. The Ladies will find them the
cheapest linois ever sold in this city.
ZyRE AT BARGAINS IN VELVET AND
VJT CLOTH CLOAKS,
Ladies’ Cloths, Mantilla Velvets,
Merino PlAids, Paramattas,
Embroideries, Drapery Mullins,
Shawls.
The very liberal patronage with which we have been honored
since we commenced business, has enabled us to
OFFER GREAT INDUCEMBiSTS
to our friends this season. Mr. Lyons has visited the various
European markets, from which he has made large purchases,
which will be found worthy the especial notice of buyers.
Among them are
FRENCH MERINOES,
at 75., Bs. 95., and 10s. a yard, Mousselin de Laines, Silks, and
every variety of other kinds of DRRSS GOODS. In addition to
eur usual space, we have opened at the upper end of the store,
A COMMODIOUS SHAWL AND CLOAK ROOM,
in which will be found a splendid assortment of Shawis, import
ed by ourselves, and at leant 20 per cent, below the nsnal prices,
t Our styles of Cloaks and Ladies’ Cloths will embraee the new
est and the
MOST ELEGANT DESIGNS
out of Paris, and the prices will be such as to command the appro
bation of all parties. 5 We can enumerate but a veryjfew articles of
our varied assortment, but it will be found to oombine all the
usual fabrics kept in large establishments of the first class. We
direct particular attention to our BHAWLS, Freneh Morlnoee,
Paramattas, Blankets, Flannels, Domestics, Bmbroideries, 4c.
N. B.—loo Do«en Bl’k, White, and Col’d Kid Gloves, to. 6d.
a pair. One Prior invariably. LYONS 4 JONBS,
Ne. 277 Hadson-street, opnoeite Dominlek-street,
1 FOREIGN subscriber
? invites the attention of ladies, and all connoisseurs of real
ly fine Shawls, to a superb variety Just imported for the Fall
trade, and embracing everything that is rich, beautiful, and
raro. Some magnificent specimens of real India camel’s hair,
Persia, Delhi, Deccen, and other Eastern productions, will be
found embodied in this eolleetion, together with an exquisite as
sortment of Freneh cashmere, Broehe, and Canton Orape
Shawls, in every conceivable design. He would especially pre
sent to public notice a feature in the Shawl trade net heretofore
introduced into this country—the fabric being of pure camel’s
hair, but manufactured in F ranee by that extraordinary Freneh
invention, the “Needle Loom,” the work of which approximates
so closely to that of India as to require the closest scrutiny to
detect the difference. Public inspection is most respectfully
solicited. GEORGE BULPIN,
Foreign Shawl and Cloak Warehouse, No. 361 Broadway.
ARIS MANTILLAS, CLOAKS, <to.—
The subscriber invites attention to a most superb variety
of the above-named fashionable articles, having boon personal
ly selected from the most eelebrated Parasian Magazines, and
embracing every novelty of the season.
The varieties comprise rich VELVET CLOAKS and MAN
TILLAS, embroidered and plain; fine Ladies’ Cloth Cloaks ;
Silk, Satin, and Opera Cloaks and Talmas.
The Fur Department contains an unexampled assortment of
Sable Ermine, Stone Marten, Chinchilla, Mink, and every
other description of skin, particularly some of the finest speci
mens of Imperial Russian Sable, in large capes and pelerienos,
in price from S6OO to $2,000 the set. GEO. BULPIN, J’aris
Mantilla and Foreign Shawl Emporium, 361 Broadway.
pLOAKS AND MANTILLAS FOR
VJ THE FALL AND WINTER.
MOLYNEUX BELL, 58 Canal st., New York, takes pleasure
in announcing to the ladies that he has completed his magnifi
cent large Show-Room, which is by far the most elegant that
has ever been erected for the exclusive sale of rich embroidered
and plain
VELVET CLOAKS.
Is now open with a splendid stock of Parisian novelties in
Cloaks and Mantillas, expressly manufactured for the occa
sion, and suitable for the present season.
Ladles appreciating elegance of toilette, will not forget to
make an early call.
MOLYNEUX BELL, 58 Canal st.
O THE TRADE.
HOT CORN; Life Schnes in New York.
Elegantly bound in cleth, $1 25.
over 20,000 copies ordered.
Wetrust that our friends of the trade will be patient with us.
Such is the demand for “Hot Corn,” that it is utterly impossible
for us to even measurably supply the demand. Under these cir*
cumrtances, we trust our customers will wait with a little pa
tience, relying upon our exertions to give them a supply as soon
as printers and binders will let us. We are now getting up au
extra set of stereotype plates, which we will soon have to work,
that we may supply without so much delay the orders which
roll in by the hundred and thousand, so that, if we may judge
from appearances, 50,000 copies would not more than supply the
demand.
The Press from all parts of the country hail this work as
THE GREAT TEMPERANCB BOOK OF THE AGE.
DE WITT & DE VENPORT, Publishers,
Tribune Buildings, Nassau st.
NEW WORK—By the Author of GUB
HOWARD and HARRY ASHTON.
SIX THOUSAND COPIES ALREADY SOLD.
ROMANTIC INCIDENTS IN THE LIVES OF THE QUEENS
OF ENGLAND.
Byj. f. smith.
Author of “Stanfield Hall,” “Amy Lawrence,” ‘ Minnie Gray,’
“ Gus Howard,” 4c., 4c.
12m0., extra cloth, gilt. Price sl, with beautiful illustrations.
It has been frequently observed that truth is stranger than fic
tion. In the sketches of the lives of the Queens of England, we
doubt not but that we shall be able to prove that history is mere
interesting than romance; for we know of no subject so likely to
excite the sympathy cf the young, lead them to the study of the
domestic manners and customs of a race from whom our ances
tors sprung. /
The names of many of the Queens are unknown to the general
reader, and yet their chequered lives present a page as full of
adventure, love, sorrow, and suffering, as any which the imagin'
ation of the romancies has created.
In painting the literary portraits of these illustrious ladies, the
author has adifered with scrupulous fidelity to history, but at the
same time has claimed the artist’s privilege to arrange the ma
terial after his owu guise.
GARRET 4 CO., Publishers, No. 18 Ann st.
For sale by all Booksellers ih the Union.
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AGRICULTURE, MECHANICS, SCIENCE.
Now ready, the PEOPLE’S JOURNAL for JANUARY,
oontaining the following
FORTY-SEVEN ENGRAVINGS :
1 View of Bathurst, in Australia.
2 “ Matchless,” a French Merino Buck.
3 Imperial Chinose Pullet.
4 Chinese Imperial Cock
5 Ennis & Fenwick’s Patent Smoke Consuming Stove.
6 Patent American Excavator.
7 Kettle’s Patent Door Fastener.
8 The same—another view.
9 Turton’s Foot Power Carriage.
10 The same—sectional view.
11 Same—detail view of chain and rod.
12 Same—separate view of Crank Shaft.
13 Gutta Percha Ro'ling Machine.
14 Cutting and Stamping Machine for Gutta Percha.
15 Gutta Percha Forest —the natives gathering the Juice.
16 Hubbardston’s Nonsuch Apple.
17 Statue of the “Greek Slave,” by Powers, at the Crystal
Palace.
18 The Lombard Plum.
19 The Chinese Bull.
20 Design for an Electrical Clock.
21 Flemish Beauty, Pear.
22 Petin’sfAerial Steamer.
23 Portrait ot Robert Stephenson, C. E.
24 Gwynne’s Improvement in rolling Wrought Iron Wheels.
25 English Mail Steamship “Arabia.”
26 Chinese Granite Warehouse at San Francisco.
27 Type Casting Machine at the Crystal Palace.
28 Wilder’s Planing Machine.
29 Splendid Exterior View of the Crystal Palace.
30 The Shepherd’s Battle, Sculpture at the Crystal Palace.
31 Ice House with Moveable Roof.
32 Hood’s Saw for Cutting Ice.
33 View of the Cooper Institute.
34 New House of RAfuge, Randall’s Island.
35 The Vermont Crystal Palace, a New Bee-Hive.
36 The same—sectional view.
37 Cary’s Rotary Pumps at the Crystal Palace.
38 Bentley’s Improved Iron Double Action Water Wheel, at the
Crystal Palace.
39 Separate View of the Wheel.
40 View of Vertical Application of same.
41 Modification of same.
42 Ihe same Improvement applied to Saw Mills.
43 View as applied tc Grist Mills.
44 View of the Pumping Boom, Fairmount Water Works, Phil
adelphia, Pa.
45 Patent Blind Fastener at Crystal Palace.
46 Sectional view of same.
47 Hurd’s Centrifugal Sugar Machine, at the Crystal Palace.
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Is an niustrated Record of Agriculture, Science, Mechanics, and
Useful Knmriedge, Published Monthly, at the low price of One
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ken by every one who sees it. The November Nnmber contained
forty engravings, the December Number seventy-two engravings,
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Scenes from the opera at
FIVE POINTS.—New Musical Book for the Christmas
Holidays. Ready this day, the new and entirely original work
entitled, “Scenes from the Opera at the Five Points,” composed
by G. Henry Curtis, containing the beautiful stories of Little
Katy, Maggie, and others. This musical work will be produced
at the Tabernacle, on Wednesday evening, Dec, 21, for the
benefit of Mr. Pease’s House of Industry. A handsome work
for the Juveniles. with an engraving of ths Five Points House
of Industry on the title page. Price 25 cents. Published and
for sale by HGRACE WATERS, 333 Broadway.
Fanny fern’s new book for
THE HOLIDAYS. 20 COO ordered in advance of publica
tioi ! Will be ready MONDAY, December sth.
LITTLE FERNS FOR FANNY’S LITTLE FRIENDS,
by the author of “Fern Leaves.” One elegant 16m0., 300 pages
—6 Illustrations. Price 75 cents. The same—gilt edge, $1 00.
Copies sent.by mail, post-paid, on receipt of price.
Published by
DERBY 4 MILLER, Auburn, N. Y.
DERBY, ORTON 4 MULLIGAN, Buffalo.
For sale by all Booksellers throughout the United States and
Canadas.
The new hydropathic cook
BOOK, with„Three Hundred Recipes for Cooking on Hy
gienic Principles, containing also a Philosophical Exposition of
the Relations of Food to Health; the Chemical Elements and
Proximate Constitution of Alimentary Principles; the Nutrative
Properties of all kinds of Aliments; the Relative Value of Vege
table and Animal Substances; the Selection and Preservation of
Dietetic Materials, 4c., 4c. By R. T. Trail, M. D. With One
Hundred Illustrative Engravings. 1 vol., 12mo. Price, deliv
ered free, 87 cents. Published by FOWLERS and WELLS, No
131 Nassau st., New York. Boston, No. 142 Washington st.;
Philadelphia, No. 231 Arch stf
New medical books.—a com-
plete practical work on the Nature and Treatment ef Vene
real Diseases, Strictures of the Urethra, Gravel, Prostate Gland,
and all other affections of the Genito, Urinary Organs of the
Male and Female; 348 pp., illustrated oy a great number ef ex.
traordinary specimens of colored plates, equalling eopper en
gravings in the delicacy of their finish, as large as life. By Db«
HOMER BOSTWICK. Practising Physician and Surgeon.
[From the Boston Medical and Surgical Journal.]
“It may ba said fearlessly, that this is decidedly, and withcat qualifier
tion, equal to Rieord’s, the great French work, or Acton’s, of Londonx
the same faxnity of diseases, and Uie tact cannot be denied or eouaeale.
that he has produced a thorough, well-digested, systematic treatise, whh
far surpasses anything of the kind on this branch ef practice heretoforeal
tompkd in this country, aad nothing car prevent this able work from be.
ing spread over the land. Price, $lO. Office 504 Broadway.
“ Dr. Bostwick is also the author cf a Special Treatise on the Nature
and Treatment of SEMINAL DISEASES, IMPOTENCY and STERIL
ITY, taused by Secret Vice, or Self-Abuse: their terrible consequeneea,
progress, and cure. This is a subject of tne most vita! importance to
young men, especially such as expect to many. There are no octa plaints
more difficult to manage than these, and nothing but a scientific treatment
can eure them. The Doctor has divided snmintu diseases into three differ
ent stages, and demonstrated them in a masterly manner. Me has devised
a new method of cauterizing the seuinal ducts,wbie’a ia far superior to tho
eld plan, and is attended with Mareely any pain. This is an important
book, and we look upon it as calculated to do great good. It is qay of the
most truthful and useful works of the kind ever before published, and
should be in the hands of every young man in the land.”
Nearly 50,W0 copies have been sold. Price sl.
Author of “The Family Physician.” Pries 25 cento.
Author of a treatise on natural death, diet, longevity, how
to keep young, and render parturition easier and safer. Pries
75 cento.
Author nr a treatise on the Cause of Quackery, 4c., 4c.
Fer saleai STRINGER 4 TOWNSEND’S. 222 Broadway, and
of the Author 504 Broadway.
WM. E. & J. SIBELL, FORMERLY
Sibell 4 Mott, STATIONERS AND ACCOUNT ROOK
MANUFACTURERS, corner of NASSAU AND WALL
STREETS. New York. WM. E. SIBELL, JOHN W. SIBELL,
No. 20 Wall street, No. 1 Nasaan street, opposite the Custom
House Printing. Lithoeranhinr. Riudinr. Rnlin<. An.
T?YE SIGHT—E. S. FRANKS, SPEC-
Fl TAOLE MAKE’S, 52 BOWERY, (titfrd door from the
Bowery Theatre, New York,) Optician te the New York Eye
Hospital and Eye Infirmary, adjaste his improved spectueles to
weak sight with unerring accuracy, at a low price, and exchange
them, without further charge, if not approved. References—
Doctors Dubois, Wilkes and Halotead, owrgooMto the New York
Eye Infirmary; Doctors Stophcncen and Rogers, sarpaons te the
New York Eye Hospital; Doctors Hoisted and Balkley, phy.
eicians to the New York Hoapftal; Doctor Wood, late Preei
dent’of the New York Acadany of Medicine; Dr. Darting, ana
tomical demonstrator at the New York University Col
lege ; Dr. Mott, Dr. Wattace. and Dr. Dtaca. Editor of tho
• RoapeL” No. •
BALL PRINTING, &e.—Cards,- Show
bills, Bill heads, Circulars, Fancy Printing, 4c., executed*
in the beat sty le, at moderate at
BURROUGHS’ Steam Presses, 115 Fulton st.
THE HOLIDAYS.
T" hFTjREAT’ EXHIBITIOIN OP
CBKISTMAS AND SEW TMAB’S GIFT 3
IS NOW OPBN AT
T UTT LE' S EMPORIUM,
345 Broadway.
Tho asoortm-att of BOX AND fciNGLH TOY’S,
GAMES, PUZZLES, DISSECTIONS is the largest, and the
variety toe fin«»*t ever before offered for the HOLIDAYS.
THE TOY DEPARTM3NT CONSISTS OF
Villages Buildings
Cities Churches
Fortresses Gardens
Artilleries Markets
Camps Railways
Menageries / IN BOXES. • Furniture
linn ilugs Cottages
Soldiers Birds
Animals Ninepins
Fowls Hurs.j frtablee
Farms I Pasture**. 4c.
COFFEE, DINNER AND TEA SETTc.
in Metal, Wood, and China—witn I'ete acete Sets, 40. :
Kitchens Bureaus
Furnishsd Rooms Bo r >k Cas a s
Chests of Drawers Work Taoles
Nests of Tubs Wool y Digs
Garden Uteusils do. Sheep
House do. Donkles
Horree on Wheels Camsls
Men on Horses Chtaete Twmbtors
Shields Armor
HelmeiS SINGLE TOYS. Caps
Cross-Bows, Guns
Pianos Accordeous
Harnaonicons Trnmpew
Drums Fifes
Whipi Tops
Jumping Rcpee Graces
Magic Lanterns M-agnetic Fish
Tools • do. Ducks
Wagons do. Ships Ac
DOLLS!!!
This Department is mere than usually full ef the most beau
tiful Wax Dolls, both dressed and undressed, — dolls, whieh,
though dressed in the most costly fabrics, are yet furnished ai
the usual low rate*. TUTTLE is confident that no House in this
eountry has anything to compare with his assortment of
Dressbd Dolls. He has, besides, every kind of China, Wood,
with Porcelain Heads, Legs, and Arms; India Rubber ; Papier
Mache; Gutta Pereha ; the famons Model Rag Doll : Crying
Babies of Papier Macho and India Rubosr ; German Dolls, and
indeed every kind that can please the little hearts that elueter
around the iamily hearth.
GAMES aND DISSECTIONS !! I
[OYER FIVE HUNDRED VARIETIES,!
Games. Dissections.
German Tactics, Paul and Virginia.
Why, What and Because, Jack Bean Stalk,
What will the world say ! John Gilpin.
Comic Steeple Chare. Cow jumped over the moon.
Weights and measures. Boys’ Sports.
Gams of the Gamut. English Scenes.
Spelling Game- Ruth.
Old Soldier and Dog. Gianny’sPJg.
Conundrums. Whittington <fc Cat.
Magic Ring. Beggar’s Daughter.
Capital Fun. Little Pet.
London Cries. Poor Richard.
Anagrams. Raphael’s Cartoons,
Every Day things. Early Bible History.
Pietorial Ark. Uncle Tern’s Cabin.
Regatta. United States.
Portrait Painter. World,
ie. 4c. 4c. 4«. 4c. 4c. &e.
Metamorphoses.—Girls and Boys—Jenny Lind—Torture-
Teller: Every one may be fortunate—English and Prussian
Horse Soldiers—Little Husbandman—Wolf and Sheep—Litte
Acrobats—Brothers and Sisters—Waiter in disguise—Child «f
the Regiment—Rider and Horse—Picturesque Italy—Scenes h
Bwitaerland—Little Parisienno—Girl and Boy of the Older
Time—Lady of London—Animals—Bride and Groom—Bravs
Boy—Eugenie—National Costumes, 4c.. 4c., &c.
Tuttle most repectfnlly commends his very large aad varied
assortment of Toys, Dolls and Games to the notice of his numer
ous patrons and the public in general. Each Department is fur
nished with a competent and attentive clerk ; and, for the con
venience of those not familiar with our language, he has both
German and French ladies and gentlemen in attendance, who,
with the other clerks, will do all that is possible for the benefit
of those who may favor the “ Emporium,” with a call. Goods
sent free of charge to any part of this city, Brooklyn, Williams
burgh, Jersey City, or Hodoken.
Holiday presents at Rogers’
BAZAAR, No. 449 Broadway, consisting of an extensive
variety of
WORK BOXES and RETICULES.
CARD CABESand PORTg-MONNAyES.
ELEGANT STATUARY and PARIAN FIGURES.
SHELL COMBS.
MUSIC-BOXES.
TOYS, TOYS, TOYS, TOYS, TOYS.
By far the largest assortment ever offered in the City, and all
so cheap as cannot fail to please those who purchase at
ROGERS’ BAZAAR, No. 449 Broadway.
Holiday presents at bur-
DETT’S Cheap Dry Goods Store, 191 Grand street,
earner Mulberry. Greater bargains than ever are now offered.
Elegant Needlework Collars, from Is 6d to 12s.
Splendid patterns do. Linen Cambric Hdkfs from 3s to 20s.
do do Needlework and Tambor Bands, from
2s to $3 00.
Superfine English Merinos 5-4 wide, only 2s 6d, all colors.
French Merinos, embraciug the choicest colors and finest
quality, yds wide, only 10s.
Richest Lustre Oil Boiled Black Silks, very heavy, 8s to
12s a yard.
Ladies and Gents French Kid Gloves, warranted first quality,
only 4-<—a pair equal to 8s Gloves.
Rleh Double Damask Table Linens, from 4s 6s to Bs.
Also Table Napkins, Dorlies, Towels, Flannels, Hosiery of all
kinds, 4c. 4c. GEO. O. BURDETT,
191 Grand st., cor. Mulberry.
Fresh fruits, &c._ Malaga
GRAPES, MALAGA RASINS, IN whole, half, aad
quarter boxes, Zante Currants, Sultana Rai
sins, Eve’s Apples, Citron, Italian Cit
ron, Candied Oranges and Lemon
Peel; Lemons, Oranges, Bor
deaux Prunes in fancy
Boxes, Smyrna Figs,
Arabian Dates, Bitter Almonds, Jordan Shelled Almonds:
Sicily Shelled do., Paper ,«<, Shell Almonds, 4c.;Filberis,
BraailNuts,MadeiraNuta ■ No - Pecan Nuts, Cocoa Num|
Peanuts, Calabria, Sicilv, and Refined Liquorice, Rock Candy,
Sperm Candles, all colors and different prices ; Sperm Oil,
Winter and Fall Strained ; Sweet Oil, in bottles and betties ,
Sardines in oil; Anchovies, Olives, Capers, Mushroom and To
mato Ketchup ; Pickled Onions, Waluuts, Gherkins, 4c., 4c.;
Worcestershire and other Sauces. Also, very superior Green
and Black Teas, a full assortment: White and Brown Sugars,
all the different kinds, at all prices; Coffee, an assortment,
roasted and ground daily; Chocolate prepared: Cocoa and
Paste; Cocoa Shells; Spices, whole and ground, warranted
pure ; Pineapple, Raspberry, Lemon, Orgeat, and other Syrups ;
Cherry and j Raspberry Brandy, rich and delicious Cordial;
foreign and domestic, in bottles, on draft; old Irish,
Seotchand Monongahela Whiskey ; WUWKItY ’Liquors, an ex
tensive assortment; English, Scotch, and American Ala and
Porter, in bottles; Isinglass, Tapioca, Arrow Root, Sago.
Starch, Rice, Barley, Hominy, Oatmeal, Ofcstile, Yellow and
Shaving Soap ; Indigo ; Molasses and Syrup ; Brandy Peaches
and Cherries ; Jujube Paste, Saleratus ; Jellies ; East and West
India Preserves ; Sap Sago, English and American Chsoae, 40.
Havana audPrincipe Cigars, various brands, and very fine;
Heidsick Champagne, and other favorite brands, always on
hand.
The above goods are for sale, in original packages, or by re
tail, to families, by JOSEPH ST A PLES.
' No. 132 Bowery,
Diamonds.— by louis aunch, 58
Reade street.—LOUlS AUNCH, most respectfully informs
the public that he sells aud buys diamonds and also re-sets them
to order, in the newes tstyle ; also, received a lot of Watches
Chains, and Jewelry Holiday Presents. To be seis3o per
cent, less than any other house in this city. Call at the office 53
Reade street, from 9 te 5 every day.
N LECOMPTE, WHOLESALE AND
• RETAIL CONFECTIONER. 224 Greenwich street. N.
Y.; has constantly on hand at the lowest prices, a general as
sortment of Confectionary, manufactured from Stuart’s double
refined sugars, together with a large variety of faney coufecties
ary, liquor almonds, French eomfits, gum drops, jelly drops,
ehrystalised cornucopias, fancy boxes, iced white lasnoa, ana
paste, toys, sugar fruit and flowers, cake ornaments, ojud other
articles suitable for the holidays, and usual trade. Just reeel ved
frem Paris, invoices of Freneh and Garman gum paste toys,
fancy boxes, cornuoepia, Ac., 40.
CHARLES HEIDSIEOK.—CHAM-
PAGNB —The undersigned respectfully request the atten
tion of dealers, and the public genwally, to the merits of this
superior wine. Although it has been but lately introduced, un
der ita present designation, yet a discriminating public have
already discovered in it an old standard and highly appreved
wine. The present proprietors,
MESSRS. CHARLES HEIDSIEOK 4 CO.,
with an honorable delicacy, not wishing to encroach upon the
purchased privileges of another house, have successfully endea
vored to establish for it a position in the name of the senior
partner, Charles Heidaieck, under which brand it will continue
to be known.
We weald here state, that the comparative consumption of
this wine, siuee i*s introduction, has exceeded that of any other
brand now in vogue, with a constantly increasing demand.
P. S.—lMPOßTANT —Connoisseurs ef Champagne Wine are
respectfully notified that the genuine wines from the above
house are branded “Charlrs Hiemibck,” in full on the label,
and that all other wines assuming the same name are not genu
ine. The baskets of our Charles Heidsieck have also a distinct
mark, as follows : “Chs. H.,” with four red stripes of willow
ocbtbe cover. This change from “C. H.” to “Chs. H.” ought to
be especially observed, i* consequence of the appearance of
baskets in the American market bearing initials resembling
their own. A careful observance of three marks will prevent
all mistakes. T. W. BAYAUD 4 CO.,
TOYS! TOYS! TOYS! FOR THE
HOLIDAYS, at
ROGER’S BAZAAR No. 449 Broadway.
Also, every variety ef now and beautiful articles for Prosenta.
comprising a splendid assortment of Work-Boxes, Reticules,
Desks, and ten thousand other things well worthy tho attention
of those in search of Presents for the Holidays.
I C H H O LI D A Y G I F T S!! I—
“TUTTLE’S EMPORIUM,” £45 BROADWAY!
The attention of the numerous patrons and the public seve
rally, is invited to the very large and unusually varied and
beautiful assortment of ueeiul and faney artiolss now open at
the “ JDmporizwn.” To those who would provide themselves
with articles of rare taste and vertu, TUTTLE confidently now
commends his splendid stock. For convenience, a list of a few
of the articles Is given below :
Alabaster ornaments, Writing Desks
Bronze do. of ail kinds.
Laces, Porte folios, do.
Bracelets of Porte Monnaies,
horse hair. Porte Cigars,
Parian Statuary, Caudy Cases,
Biscuit do. Card Boxes,
Porcelain do. Souvenirs,
Perfumery, Ball Memoranda,
Perfume Bottles, Glass Baskets,
Odor Cases, Glass Receivers,
Glove Boxes, Glass Jewel boxes,
Jewel Caskets, Dressing Cases,
Lea h Toilettes, Reticules,
Brushes, Rodgers’ Cutlery,
Combs, Rings,
Fancy Mirrors, Caves,
Dominoes, Cigar Stands,
Opera Glasses, Sewing Birds.
Watch Stands, Brooches,
Whist Boxes, Vases.
Tablets, Ivory Folders,
Gold Pencils. Pearl Folders.
Gold Tooth Picks.
These, with numerous other articles. TUTTLE will be most
k appy to show to all who may favor him with a call. German
and French ladies and gentlemen are in attendance, for those
who are not familiar with eur language. Goods sent free to all
parte of this city and vicinity.
pHOICE FRESH TEAS, PURE JAVA
VJ COFFEE, Fine old Wines, 4c.—G. W. 4 D.HATF, No.
150 Division st., having just received a large stock of flue
Green and Black Teas, would call the attention of housekeep
ers and the public to the following prises thereof, vis :
Extra fine Oolong Black, which is warranted equal for fra
grance and strength to any Tea in the market, at four shillings
per lb. Fine English Breakfast Tea, very fine and rich, only
three shillings per lb.
Finest quality of Young Hyson Tea, six shillings. Very
•hoice Young Hyson at four shillings per lb.
Best Java Coffee fourteen pence per lb. Fine fresh Ground
Coffee one shilling per lb. C ushed and Powdered Refined
White and Yellow Sugars, which they continue to retail at the
very lowest market prices
Also constantly on hand a great variety of pure old Wines,
Cordials, genuine French Brandies, Irish and Scotch Malt,
Whiskey. Jamaica and St. Croix Rum, Old Holland Gin. 4c.,
4c., in bottles, or en draught. Persona in want of anything
in the above line can rely upon getting them pure of the sub
scribers.
G. W. 4 D. HAFF.
No. 150 Divislon-st., junctioa of Walker-st.
SEFUL AND ELEGANT GIFTS FOR
THE HOLIDAYS.
WALLACE’S ALBUM FOR 1854.
THB MOST USBVUL AMD BLBQA.NT GIFT-BOOK OF THB SEASON.
The Musis contained in it is of the highest order of merit. The
transcewflani genius ef Wallace has never before been so fully
developed; and he has evidently intended that the Pieces in his
Album for 1854 should add largely to his already wide-spread
fame and popularity as a composer. The Illustrations in the work
are ameng the finest specimens of lithographic art ever done in
America. They are seven in number, and are printed in colors.
Prioee—same as in last number.
P. 8. —The Music of Wallack’s Annual cannot be procuredin
sheets.
THE BOUQUET OF MELODY FOR 1854,
Being a complete series of Ferd. Beyer’s Bouquet de Melodies
ef the Gems of twenty-one different Operas. Elegantly bound in
moroceo with gilt edges, sl9. Turkey morocco, gilt on both
sidee, sl2.
A variety cf Musical Gift-Books, containing selections of
Polkas, Miwourkas, Songs, 4c., 4c.
PIANO-FORTES manufactured by Wm. Hall 4 Ron exclu
sively for our own retail sales, and warranted. These instru
ments have been subject to the test of climate, and have pro
ved their immense superiority over most others.
GUITARS.—This popular instrument is made in its highest
perfection of tone, elegance and durability by the subscribers:
and is one of the most desirable articles for a Holiday Gift that
can be found.
Flutes. Violins and Accokdeons, suitable for ■’presents, in
great variety.
WM. HALL 4 SON,
239 Broadway, opposite the Park.
PICKLED OYSTERS FOR THE HOLI-
DAYS—WM. B. STORRER & CO., No. 1 Fulton Mar
ket, would respectfully inform persons Intending to kesp open
house, for the reception of their friends, on New Year’s day,
that tney would be happy to supply them with Pickled Oysters
of tho first quality, on the most reasonable terms, which will be
seat to any part cf the city, free of charge.
ARLEY, BETTS & CO.—OYSTERS
and CLAMS, wholesale and retail, Nos. 15 and 16 Fulton
Market, N. Y. East Rivers, Saddle Rocks, Shrewsbury# and
Chingaroras. Hotels and Families supplied at short-netioe.
Shipping Orders received aud promptly attended to. Pickled
Oyntera always on hand.
rpHE WORLD’S PALACE OF
JL CHRISTMAS
AND
NEW YEAR’S GIFTS!
TUTTLE’S EMPORIUM, 345 BRO VI)WAY.
This vast and splendid establishment is the greatest magnet
of attraction in the city at the present time. It is the Mecca of
all children’s loving mammas and papas—the veritable Kriss
Krinkle’s own store-room of
TOYS of every variety, in boxes and single.
DOLLS of wax, rubber, gutta percha, porcelain, dressed and
undressed.
Crying, Laughing, and Rag Babies.
Games and puzzles. Over five hundred varieties.
BABY J UMPERS. A beautiful and invaluable article.
Fancy Goods, from England, China, France and Germany.
Work Boxbs, Toilet, Jewel, and Odor Cases.
Indies’ and Gentlemen’s Dressing Cases.
Caid and Cigar Cases, Portmouuaies and Portfolios.
Opera G‘asß««, Fans, Tablets, and Souvenirs.
RETICULES for Ladies, useful, beautiful and cheap.
PERFUMERY and SOAP, from Taylor 4 Son, London, to
gether wi h a whole catalogue of articles for use and ornament,
too»umerous to mention.
Every department is complete, and the variety is uneqnalodin
extent and beauty. Those who desiie the first choice, would do
well te call at once, while the goods are being opened. Soon
the store will be crowded. '
AP R E S E N TAT IO N
took place on THURSDAY, 15th inst., at lhe Greeley
Hotel, corner of 44th-st. and 6'h avenue, by the Operative# in
the New York Garbled Iron Works, to E. DOMING, Esq., Seo
mary 'O the Company, of a beautiful Gold Watch, as a token
ot their esteem for him, as a gentleman and employer. Al»o,
at the same time and place, was presented to Mr. E. S. CHAP
MAN, foreman in the establishment, one of Sharp’s celebrated
Patent Breech-loading Rifles . of exquisite beauty of workman
ship. from their manu'actory, Hartford, Conn , ana now on ex
fa. bition in the Crystal Pa ace. at the Presentation, appropr ate
addresses were delivered ; after which all partook of a collation
served up in lhe best style, by tne gentlemanly proprietor, J. M.
Gretly, Esq.
/"COPARTNERSHIP.—THE OOPART
nership heretofore existing under the firm of SMITH.
DRUMGOOLD 4 PROCH, is this day dissolved by mutual eon
sen t. D. P. Smith assumes all the liabilities of the eoneern, and
either partner is authorised to receipt for all monies due to the
eonpem. DANIEL P. SMITH.
JAMES T. DRUMGOOLD,
WM. L. PROCH.
New York, Sept. 22,185 X
The undersigned have this day formed a Copartnership unde*
the firm of DRUMGOOLD & PROCH, for the transaotion of a
General Clothing Bn/lness, at the old stand, 128 Tullon street,
where they will be pleased to see their former patrons, and offer
great inducements to new ones.?
JAMES T. DRUMGOOLD,
WILLIAM L. FROCH.
New York. Sept 23.1863.
BF. BUNKER & LEWIS, DEAL
• ERS in Paints, Oils, Glass, Varnishes, 4«., 4e., 116
CHAMBERS STREET, and 1112 BROADWAY, aor. 33d street,
have constantly on hand 1 and for sale White Lead, dry and in oil,
White and Colored Zinc Paints, do. Fish’s Minortu Fire Proof de.
together with a general assortment of Paints, Glass, Brushes,4c,
Also Sperm, Lard, and Refined Whale Oils, of best qualities, for
family use. Also, the American Patent Soapstone Paint, the best
article for tin roofe (and leaky tin roofs in particular) ever offered
to the public. All of which they will sell at the lowest price#
for casn or ita equivalent. N. B.—Leaky tin roofs covered and
made tight fer one cent per square foot. Also, House, kttgn and
Fresco patottng dona at the shartosi notice.
SOLOMON S. RBILLr, OAMPHJSJfS
and Lamp Mannfaetover, 135 Canal street, rerner of Lrtght,
M7 Greenwtafe street, eorner of Ceurtlaudt; 318 Canal street, near
Hadren. Caxawhene Distillery, cer. Bth avenue aad Ganesveort
stvwU Solar Lavps, Girandoles, Chandeliers, Brackets, Gan
dabtem*; fir Oil, Camphene, and Burning Fluid; Pure
Byi—», Eehar, aad Lard Oil; Cuanphene Darning Fluid Aleehol,
fiphrta ot Tmy—lini, at who. terete axd retrt.L Orders by poet or
-.qLerwbv*. px—i fly te
ERRIT WHOLESALE AND
RETAIL OIT/DRALER, 213 GREENWICH BTRRET,
comer of Vesey street, where he keep# constantly on band a
large quantity of CAMPHINE AND SPIRIT GAS, at factory
price#; Camphine and Spirit Gae Lamps; Lamp-wicks of all de
scriptions ; Lamp Gtareee and Khadee; Cans. Also, the beet
Sperm OU, whica la sold at the lowest price.
THE HOLIDAYS.
WTO’S THE ORIGINAL?—Amidst
the many conflicting sta*wnant« that ar# put forth by
rbal retabJishnients. re to tbtir or’ginality in tha peculiar Hue
of business »htttl commenced in Chatham street, la 1815, th
is none that boar# upon it# foco the stamp of malignant falsehood
greater than that put forth by one rival house, claiming to be
established in 182-J ; as well might I claim t«> bo wstab'ished in
1776, but in this particular instance, these very truthful preten
der# to my nacoe aud busine.s, have overshot the mark, for un
fortunately for their voracity the Accordion was not invented
til) 1835; fifwen j ears after they claim to have ustabbshod a
business for the sale of them ; but this is not all, I have the affi
davits, (seme of them sworn to,) of fifty different indi»id*als
who without reservation, declare that they kno < I commenced
business ia 1845, and until 1849, there wu< ao other parson of the
MID# ot Jacobs in »y line of bu#ine«s in Chatham #tre*t Can
anything be mere cl Mir than this? I think nrt, and I now
publish one of ire affidavit# (all of which can be seen at my
Store,) signed by Mr. Barney Williams, the celebrated Irish
Cemediar*:
Thia is to certify, that T know the Origin*’ L. Jacobi, the
celebrated x’rofrerer of the Accordion, that I know he este.o-
ILhed a hurineas for the sale of Accoraions iu 1815 aud uaiii
Juvo 1849, no other person of thet name, taking hi# title of
Original was in the above business. As a lover o? fair play and
train, I am tho public’s obedient servant,
mv , . BARNEY WILLIAMS, Comedian.
The reason of this imitation and unfair rivalry, is owing en
tirely to tho lack that the Aeeordiou# of my eaanufacture havo
Kttained a staßdard of perfection, uneqnalb'd by any oxaerg in
the world, heuce ii I#, the treuble there partiet take te palm o!f
thrir Inferior trreh for ray Accordioas. To guard agaia#i this
as much as possible, have, at great expense, placed two Uka
neeses iu wax, as large as life, of myself and brother, Mr. John
Jacobs, in nay show window ; by recollecting this aud teat »y
number i# lUJ CUatbaaa street, you can make n» mistake and
avoid the many trap# laid by these designing perseas to impose
en you.
Another pafsguard for purchaser# of my Aecordians ia this, I
invariably sell at ene price, no deviation, one quality aud one
plice. I shall herewith publish my scale ef prices, by which
persons living at a distance can «end for an Accordion, at any
price to suit them, and can depend en having one sent, just as
good a* if they selected fer themselves. *,
ONE FRIuE, AND NO ABATEMENT—ACCORDIONS,
8 Key#, single $1 51) 12 keys, double $7 00
10 do 188 12 do do Inlaid... 800
12 do 225 12 do do 11 00
8 do double 3CO 14 do do 14 (X)
10 do do 350 10 do Flutinas 950
10 do do 550 12 do do 12 51
10 de inlaid d 0... 600 14 do do 15 U)
I have always on hand an extensive assortment of Vielins,
Guitars, Flutes, Flageolets, Banjos, Tamborines, Drums, Fifes,
and every article in the Musical Instrument line, at wholesale
aad retail.
Country dealers supplied with all the above articles, at
prices that will enable them to compete with any other per
sons in the trade, as I sell for eash only, and therefore at small
profits.
Materials for repairing Accordions and other Musical Instru
ments, are here to bo found in great variety.
In addition to the above, I would inform my friend# and the
public geeerally, that one side of my Store, is devoted entirely
to Watches; Diamonds and Jewelrv, and purchasers can select
fr«m a stock of twenty thousand dollars, comprising the latest
and most fashionable styles. The following is my price list of
Watches and Jewolry :
Fine Gold Watches sls 00 to S2O 00
(19 de Cylinder Watches 20 00 to 35 00
do dd AflciiPr do 27 50 to 50 00
do do Patent d<s do 35 00 to 100 00
do do Hunting do do 33 00 to 50 00
do do de P. Levers, do 55 00 tdt 175 00
Good Silver Watches, 350t0 800
Silver Cylinder do 900 to 15 00
do Anchor Lever 13 50 to 20 DO
do Patent do 15 00 to 45 IW
do Hunting do 20 00 to e0 00
do do Anchor 18 00 to 25 00
do do Cylinder 13 50 to 20 00
Fine Gold Guard Chains 10 00 to 50 00
do do Vest Chains 600 to 50 00
do do Fob 1U 00 to 50 00
do do Watch Kers, 100 to 10 00
do do Diamond Rings 900 to 100 00
do do Diamond Bre Art Pins 900 to 500 00
do do Plain Wedding Ring# I>o to 500
do do Stone Rings 100 to 500
do de Seal do 200 to 10 00
do do Gents’ Breast Pins 100 to 500
do do Ladies’ do 100 to 10 00
do do .Seals 150 to 15 00
do do Bracelet# 200 to 25 00
do do Pencil Cases 100 to 12 00
«O do Ear-rings 100 to 10 00
andmany other minor article# too numerous to mention. A nar
ticuAr feature of ay business is, that all articles in my show
window have the price in plain figures marked on them, by
which means, persons can make a selection as to price, before
entering the store, at the same time I invite thorn to walk in and
oxamiae my inside stock, which is very large, and well worth
the trouble. Civility extended to non-purchasers, gratis.
In conclusion I would state, recollect the Wax Figures in the
window, the number of the store,
102 CHATHAM STREET
BSTABLISHBD 1845,
And one door from Pearl st., and you cannot be deceived,
The old Original Professor L. JACOBS.
STERRY & CO. WILL OPEN
• their r>sw and splendid CLOCK ESTABLISHMENT,
at No. 338 BROADWAY, on Monday, the 19th inst., with an
extessive stock, comprising all the latest styles and patterns, the
prices ranging from seventy-five cents to two thousand dollars
and upwards. Parties wishing to purchase Clock# for Church
Spires, Railroad Stations, Banks, Offices, Watch Makers’ Regu
lators, 4c.; also for exportation to Europe, Australia, California
or elsewhere, are invited to call and examine for themselves, and
the public generally are requested to view the stock; also the
large Regulator placed in the front of the building, intended to
keep the correct time by the sun, (which will be taken by obser
vati*n every clear day.)
Holiday presents-—watches,
JEWELRY, 4c., 4c. A splendid azsortment of
Gold and Silver Duplex, Patent Lever, Anchor Es
capements, Lapine and Vertical Watehes, selected
the best manufactured in Europe, which will be warranted per
fect time keepers.
Also, some new patterns of Gold Chains, Seals, Keys,
do do do Gold Pencils and Gold Pens,
do go do Thimbles, Rings, Pins,
do do do Bracelets, with stones,
do do do Silver Forks, Spoons, 4c.
AH the above articles will be sold at the lowest prices, and
warranted to be equal to the best sold in the city,
MOTT BROTHERS, Importers of Fine Watches,
2 Nassau street, opposite the Custom House.
P. S.—The above articles carefully repaired and Warranted, by
the most skillful workmen in the city.
TXTATCHES, JEWELRY, &c.—GENTS,
V T Ifyos wish to purchase a fine Watch that can be
depends#?upon time-piece, for your peeket, or
to preeantifeyouh-ttfend, go to LOCKWOOD’S. Or if
you wauWFmace ©f Jewelry, made up ia a style to ple®e yowr
to TOCKWOOD’S—who is constantly adding to his
Ctoci 4&DP -beautiful articles in his line—Fine Watches,
Jewelry, 4c. F. H. LOCKWOOD, 208 Broadway.
Removal.— watches and jew-
BLRY,—The subscriber would respectfully in- JgX
form hi# friends and former patrons that he has removed
from hia old stand. 74 Falton street, to 395 BROADWAY. tikZS
where he has a spaciovs store well stocked with every thing de
sirable in the way of WATCHES, JEWELRY, 4c.,DIAMONDS,
PINS, RINGS, CHAINS, both for Ladies and Gents of the
richest patterns. Notwithstanding I have removed to Broad
way, I intend to sell at my former fow prices.
LEVI SCRIBNER, 395 Broadway.
OS. JENNINGS, WATCH AND
• JEWELRY STORE, 94 FULTON ST. lam sell- JNu
ing all deseriutiens of Gold and Silver Watches, Jewelry
s#id Silver Ware, ai retail, much less than the usual
prieo.
ROBERT ROSKELL WATCHES.
Real Robert Roskell Watchre, eaoh warranted perfect time
hxc-i >ors.
COOPER WATCHES. Duplex and Levers, in hunting cases,
perfect time-keepers.
Independent Second and Quarter Seeond Watches, in gold hunt
ing cases, for timing horses.
LADIES’ ENAMEL Watohe*.
Scma In hunting cases.
Fine Gold Lepine Watches, full jewelled $25 00
Fine Gold Detached Lever#, full Jewelled 28 00
Gold English Patent Levers, from $35 to 45 00
Geld English Patent Levers, hunting cases 75 00
Silver Patent Levers, as low as 20 00
Silver Detached Levers 12 Q 0
And all other stylos of Watches at equally low prices.
DIAMONDS.—Diamond Crosses, Breast Pins, Finger Rings,
Rsr Rings, of the richest styles, for sale at much less than the
uveal prices.
JBWRLRY AND SILVER WARE.—AII kinds of Jewelry
and Silver Watch es of the latest pattern in great variety, and war
ranted to be ef the best quality.
REPAIRS —All kinds of Watches and Clocks cleaned and re
paired in the beat raanner. O. S. JENNINGS,
~ Folton street, near William, N. Y.
Kick holiday gifts;—fine
Gold and Sil rer Watche% Diamond and other
Jewelry; also Sterling Silver Ware of latest patterns,
.f'ne eubferfber would call the attention of purchasers
the and elegant assortment of goods in his lino, which
■S® offers for sale at much les# than usual prices, affording per
toelrous o r making presentations of choice holiday gifts an
tjc-q --,! ted stock to select from. Among the many articles of
»j»ntorio will be found the following, which he offers wholesale
j JULBS JURG3NSBM WATCHES,
perfect timekeepers $l5O to $250
1 COOPER WATCHES,
Dl» lex and Levers, *rom 125 to 275
INDEPKNDBNT SBCOND
i- quarter second Watches, for timing horses..... 125 te 250
CHRONOMETERS.
Bp’lidid pocket Chronomrters, perfect timekeepers.. 125 to 250
S BIGHT-DAY WATCHES,
Wkl h rub eight days with once winding 140 to 185
4 ENAMEL WATCHES,
For |.dies, some in hunting oases 35 to 100
DIAMOND WATCHES,
For lilies, seine in magic cases 55 to 300
* MAGIC WATCHES,
Whirl change into three different Watches 100 to 175
WATCHES WHICH WIND
And 5m the hands without a key 85 to 140
J ALL KINDS OF WATCHES AT VERY LOW PRICES.
Fine Watchee, 4 holes Jewelled $25 90
Ftee Dtnaebed Levers 3090
Gobi ErJfaallafl Watches for Ladies..... 35 00
Gold ' Pat-mt Levers 3 S Of)
Gold E..- kih latent Levers, hunting cases 58 00
Silver 1 -.1 »t Le--*s as lew as 16 00
Silver Drt-' bed Levers 14 00
LADIES' U.OLD SETS, ear-rings, Pius, and
bract - 4. sls 00 to $75 00
EAR-RI? d 2 to $25; PINS, 2 to $25; BRACE-
LETS. A 5 00 to 80 00
GOLD LOI'aF.TS. 1, 2 and 4 glasses 3 00 to 25 00
GOLD GKAID CHAINS 10 00 to 30 00
GGLD CH A TEL t TN W CHAINS 10 00 to 110 00
GOLD VES f CH a- NS 8 00 to 85 00
GOLD FOB CHAINS 6 09 to 25 09
FINE GOLrt WEDDING RINGS 250 to 700
GOLD GUARD KEYS 100 to 500
GOLD FOB KKAS. 200 to 600
GOLD FOB SEALS 3 00 to 12 00
GOLD THIMBLES 250 to 500
GOLI) PENCILS 125 to 700
GOLD PENS AND PENCILS 3 50 to 16 00
DIAMOND RINGS 7 00 to 250 00
DIAMOND EAR-RINGS 100 90 to 300 00
DIAMOND PINS 15 00 to 300 00
GOLD CROSSES 2 00 to 12 00
GOLD FINGER RINGS, with Stones 2,00 to 15 00
GOLD SLEEVE BUT ">NS per get 250 to 12 00
GOLD STUDS per set 1 50 to 10 00
GOLD SPECTACLES per pair 5 Of) to 900
GOLD EYE GLASSES 175 te 600
SILVER TEASPOONS. . per set 500 to 900
SILVER TABLESPOONS per set 12 00 to 21 00
SILVER TABLBFORKS per set 13 00 to 23 00
SILVER CUPS for children 5 00 to 15 90
SILVER NAPKIN RINGS each 150 to 350
GOLD ARMLETS, for children per pair 250 to 600
PLAIN GOLD RINGS 75 to 300
CHASED GOLD RINGS 100 to 590
SILVER THIMBLES, silver cups 75
GOLD SCARF PINS 100 to 7 90
GEORGE C. ALLEN, Importer
Wholesale and Retail, 11 Wall st.,
second floor, near Broadway.
WATCHES, JEWELRY. SOLID SIL-
VER AND SILVER PLATED WARE.—The yx
subscriber (established 1838) offers to his customers and (J Aw
the pub-ic in general, his well selected stock in the above
named articles, lower than they can be bought elsewhere. It
consists in part as follows:
GOLD JEWELRY.
Guard, fob and vest chains: seals, keys; hoop, plain, hair and
stone bracelets, with ear rings and broaches to rings,
double and single lockets, spectacles, pens, pen and pencil cases,
thimbles, gentlemen’s pin#, studds. 4a., 4c.
SILVER WARE.
Goblets, cups, soup and gravy ladles, table and tea spoons,
forks, tongs, shovels; fish, butter and fruit knives;
eard cases, thimbles, pan and pencil cases, 4c., all made of dol
lar silver.
SILVER PLATED WARE.
Waiters, coffee urns, cake and card baskets, castors, ladles,
forks, table and tea spoons, made of the best plate, equal in
finish, and will be warranted to wear almost equal to the real
article, ata very low price.
Jewelry and Silverware made to order and repaired.
Watches, French Clocks, and Musical Boxes, carefully repair
ed and warranted. F. W. PACH TMANN,
No. 170 Canal st., between Sullivan and Varick sts.
HE UNHMRSIGA'BD HAVING KE
moved his Bakery from his old stand. No. 79 Beek
man street to 330 Pearl street, between Peck Slip and
Doverlsteeot, where he has increased facilities for con
duoting the Baking business in all its ranches, will be
prepared to supply Steamboats, Ships, Hotels, Restaurants, Gro
ceries, and Families with a superior article of Loaf Bread. To
gether with all the various kinds of Biscuits, Crackers, 4c., and
fee best assortment of Table Rake. The subscriber is grateful
for past favors, and a eontinuance is respectfully solicited.
; AMRS KELLY. 330 Pearl st.
WILT’S FIRST PREMIUM. BAKERY,
324 GRAND STREET, aad 196 DIVISION ST.
The subscriber would respectfully announce to families
reaiding in the vieinlty of either of his stores, that they
will always find a fresn supply of Pies, Cakes, Biscuits,
Tea Cakes, and everything usually kept by Bakers. Ice Cream
always en hand; families supplied at the shortest notice.
INDIA RUBBER TOYS: GOODYEAR’S
PATENT.—THE NEW YORI< RUBBER CO., sole manu
facturers of India Rubber Balls, Dolls, Toys, Canes, 4c., are
prepared to execute orders for the following articles, vis:
But Ball# tor out door play—all sizes.
Parlor Balls from five shillings to $7 50 a dos., for Parlor Play
—light and beautifully ornamented with landscapes and figures
in Pencil colors, Arabesques, gilding, etc., etc. These Parlor
Balls are se light and elastic that they will not break glass. No
family should be without these, for healthful exercise in winter
in-doors. Also,
INDIA RUBBER LAUGHING BABIES, FULL LENGTH.
INDIA RUBBER LAUGHING HEADS, and a great variety
of other India Rubber Heads, from $1 50 to $lO a dozen.
These Dolls will not break in falling, will not hurt the chil
dren, §td will last from fifty to a hundred times ns long as those
of Wax, China, or other materials generally do, aad besides they
are far more artistic and beautiful.
The Company have also succeeded in producing copies of a
great variety of animals iu India Rubber, which make noises
similar to the live animals; such as Barking Doars, Croaking
Frogs. Clattering Monkies, Chirping Squirrels, Singing Birds,
etc., etc. Also,
. INDIA RUBBER CANES,
all ef which are a late invention, and a light, elastic aad very
beautiful article.
For sale in quantities to suit purchasers, by Newark India
Rubber Manufacturing Co., 59 Maiden Lane, National Rubber
Co.. 100 Liberty rt.; Union Rubber Co., 19 Nassau st.; John W.
P. Oberton, 43 Maiden Lune; Henry Davenport, 86 John st.:
Daniel Hodgman, 27 Maiden Lane; at the wholesale and retail
stores generally, and at the Warehouse of the Company, (by the
case only) 43 Maiden Lane, up stairs.
J OLLIE’S MUSICAL GIFTS FOR 1853.
ONE HUNDRED PIANOS FOR THE PEOPLE.
The subscriber having secured the copyright of tin oily cor
rect edition of M. Jullion’s Music, including tho
AMERICAN AND CALIFORNIAN QUADRILLES,
will issue immediately, the work being now In press,
ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND BOOKS,
containing ah Jullien’s popular aud fashionable Music, to be
called
JULLIEN’S MUSIC FOR tHK MILLION,
V PRICE ONE DOLLAR.
The work will be beautifully printed ou flue paper, with an
exquisitely illuminated title page, and a correct portrait o’ the
great Composer and Conductor,
M. JULLIEN.
The object of the subscriber in so greatly reducing the price
of hi# copyright edition of M. Jullien’s popular Mimic is to create
aci version in favor of geed music against that wretched class
of bad music with which the country is flooded, to the destruc
tion of all that is good and pure in the musical art.. The Mus e
contained in thia book, if bought in single piece*, would cost $6,
or just SIX TIMES THE COST OF JULLIEN’S BOOK OF
MUSIC FOR THE MILLION.
In order to carry out this design, and to afford further induce
moot-to the purchasers of Jullien’s Music for tho Million, tho
subscriber will distributa among them
ONE HUNDRED PIANOS,
made by the best manufacturers in the country, fully guaranteed,
aud classified as follows:
5 Superb Rosewood Pianos, each $450
5 Elegant Rosawood Piano#, each 40)
10 Superior Rosewood Pianos, each 350
20 Excellent Rosewood Pianos, each 30)
30 Beautiful Rosewood Pianos, each 250
30 Fine Rosewood Pianos, each 225
The seaaon of friendly gifts being at hand, an opportunity in
every way so favorable should be attended to at once. The
EARLIEST SUBSCRIBERS WILL RECEIVE THE FIRST
COPIES OF THE BOOK. The edition will be given or ssnt
with each book.
The subscriber refers with pleasure to the perfect success of
hi# J OLLIE’S MUSICAL GIFTS of 1851-’2, and the ENTIRE
SATISFACTION of all who subscribed at that period i# the
surest guarantee that every engagement will be faithfully car
ried out.
The books are now open, and subscriptions will be received at
the store of the subscriber. All letter#, prepaid, enclosing or
ders for the Jullien Book, will be attended to promptly. Price
One Dollar. SAMUEL C. JOLLIE.
Music and Piano Warerooms, No. 300 Broadway.
Books and fancy stationery,
FOR CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR S PRESENTS.
J. SLATER’S extensive Book and Stationery Store, 204 Chatham
Square, near the Bowery, has on hand a splendid assortment of
Annuals, Albums, Ornamental Iren Inkstands,
Family Bibles, Paper Weights of all desorip-
Pew aud Pocket do. in Velvet, tions,
Morocco and other styles, Watch Stands do.
with and without clasps. Baekgammou Boards,
Prarer Books do. Papeteriee.
Hymn do. do. Pearl Needlebooks,
The Poets and other Gift Books, Velvet do.
Juvenile and Children’s Books. Ivory do.
Games, Pusxles and Dissected do. Card Cases,
Maps, Peai 1 do.
Mathematical Instruments, Velvet do.
Fancy Portfolios, Shell do.
Rosewood Desks, do. Port Monnaies,
Mahogany do. Pearl do.
Papier Mache do. Velvet do.
do. Work Boxes, French do.
Rosewood do. Pocket Books
Fancy Glass and other oma- Gold Pens and Pencil#,
mental Boxes, Silver do.
Alabaster Inkstands, Reticules, 4c.
Papier Maohe do.
Fancy Letter and Note Papers, Enve’opes, Wafere, 4e., to
gether with an innumerable variety of other Staple and Fancy
articles, which he will sell to the satisfaction of all those favor
ing him with their patronage.
N. B.—Please call aud examine at
J. SLATER'S, 204 Chatham Square.
T?OURTH ANNUAL SOIREE OF THE
JL NEW YORK SOCIABLE CLUB «
will be held at z £*>Z
NIBLO’S SALOON, on •
MONDAY EVENING. Dec 20,1853.
Bv order—
CHAS. E. JOHNSON, Chairman.
SIXTH AMS UAL BALL OF THE Bat-
MET M. B. and B. Society, will take place at the
city Assembly Rooms, 450 Brcadwa-, on Wednesday z QZ
Even.ng. Dee. 28, 1853. The p o .?eeds to be appropriate
ted to the Catho ic Half Orphan Asylum. Matthew
ginnis, Chairman; John Fleming, Secretary.
(Jot'lien Band is engaged for the occasion. The floor
will be undm the di*action wf Mr. C. Wriwht.
Twelfth regiment ball, at
NIBLO’S THEATRE AND SALOONS,
MONDAY EVENING, January 30, 1554. / QZ
This Begimsat will give a Grand Ball at Niblo’s The
acre and S«do*ns, on Monday Evening, January 30th,
1854 The feature introduced in 1853. will be repeated
on this occasion. The Parquatte and Stage will be floor- ''Sfi
4d for Quadrilles. The large Dancing Saloon will be appro
priated exclusively to Waltzes, Polkas, Sehoitisches, 4c. 4e.
Two large and efficient Bands are engaged, and will be under
the direction of the Dod worths.
The Committee have determined that every effort shall be
made to render this Ball grandest that has ever taken place
in this city The tickets are limited, and no pains will be
tpated to promote the comfort and enjoyment of all who may
attend. . •
'Tickets ean be procured at the following places :—Astor
House, Irving House, Metropolitan Hotel, Prescott Hotel, St.
Nichole© Hotel, French’s Hotel, the Washington, Mercer Hou>ta,
Military Hall, Westchester House, Delavan House, Bowery Ho
tel, Niblo’s. Phalon’s Saloon, st Hall 4 Son’s, Dodworth’©,
Firth, Pond A Co.’s Music Stores, and <f the following Com
mittees :
Rmjbftiox Committee.—Col. Henry G. Stebbins, Lt. Col. E
B. Hart, burgeon Bortholf, Qr. Muster Fields. Pavmaster Daly,
Sergt. Major Carnes, Qr. Master Sergt Smith, Capt. Vincent,
Capt. French, Capt. Leclere, Capt. Cairns, Capt. Dyckmzn,
Capt. B»sson, Capt. Waterbury, Capt. Fowler, Capt. Kirk, CapU
Johnson.
Kktsrtainment Committee, —Lieut. Stetson, Lieut. McAu
ley, Lieut Boyle, Lieut. Pieard, Lieut. Leolotf, Lieut. Barr,
Lieut. Thompson, Lieut. Wallack, Lieut. Libby, Lieut. Har-,
Lieut. Savage, »iettt Watts, Lieut Maniort, Lieut. Christo
pher, Lieut Liftchilds, Lieut. Nicolay, Lieut. Heedkamp.
Floor Committee.—Capt. Jos. E. Palmer. Adj. Juulusß.
Stearns, Chas. R. Churchill, Peter Folsom, Jacob Cornwell,
Prescott Vracy. Wm. M. Scott, George Holberton, Eugene Ul
ma»n. Z. J. W. ►mith, Frederick Frye, Adolf Dobke, Bernard
Snyder, G. F. Randolph.
mENTH ANNUAL soiree of the
JL STATE GRENADIERS, N. Y. S. M.. 2d Regt., at -Ct
the City Assembly Rooms, on THURSDAY, Dec 22d., / QZ
1853. Tickets may be procured of the committee :
Capt. Castle, Lieut. Regan, Sergt. Moore, Sergt. Som- :
merville, Sergt. Shelly, and of all the members of
Company. Rojiert Ramsey, Secretary.
UIXTH ANNUAL BALL OF THE
kJ TRADE SOCIETY OF JOURNEYMEN SAIL «
MAKERS will take place on the evening of December / QZ
19, 1853, at the APOLLO ROOMS. Tickets may be
procured of the Committee : ’JS’jsZljl
Matthew Te’>fer, 284 Bleecker street.
Stephen B. Conckin, 111 Christie street.
James E. Lent, 63 Johnson street, Brooklyn.
Stephen A. King, Edward S. Corr,
Truman B. While, Patrick Daly,
Thomas Roberts, Goo, W. Quackenbush,
Henry A. Cole.
The nineteenth annual z gz
MILITARY and CIVIC BALL of the GULICK
GUARD, will take place at the APOLLO ROOMS, on
Tuesday Evening, JAN. 3d, 1854. Tickets may be
procured of the fllowing Committee:—
Capt John Carland, Edward Carland, William Blair,
Lt. Gilbert C. Deane, John Dennett, John Pheland,
“ Aaron O. Bogart, Benjamin Fuller, Jos. Yeamans,
Sergt. Jamas Bostwick, William W. Magee, John F. Egbert,
“ Thomas Brady, James Fleming. John Brown,
• Joseph Diackery
JOHN CARLAND, Chairman.
Gilbert C. Deane, Secretary.
The third annual military
and Civic Ball of the WASHINGTON CADETS.**
Company G. 10th Regiment ,N. Y. S. M., will take / QZ
SI ace ou MONDAY Evening, 19th December, inst., at
'iblo’s. Tickets $2, to be procured of any of the fol-^sreF£*
lowing Committee, or the Music Store*; —Committee
Arrangements—Capt. Sam’l. T. Webster, Lieut. John
H. Whitmore, Lieut. Daniel Lusk, Sergt. Isaac B. Ostrander,
Wm. L. Herbert ar.d Sergt. Chas. 11. Walaron.
THE TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL
BALL, in aid of the
NEW YORK FIRE DEPARTMENT FUND, z QZ
will take plaee at Niblo’s on
MONDAY EVENING. Jan. 23, 1854. Om
Tickets to be procured of the
COMMITTEE.
ft BAN D MASONIC BALL.—THE
VJ members of National Lodge, Ne. 209, F. A. M., <3
will hold their annual Masonic Ball and Festival, at the z QZ
Apollo Rooms, 410 Broadway, on FRIDAY EVENING,
January 27th, 1854. i&Z.LS
Tickets, admitting a gentleman and ladies, One
lax, can bo had of the
COMMITTEE.
J. H. LANE, W. M., 20 Cornelia-street.
FRANCOIS SHARLLEAU, S. W., 308 Greenwioh-st.
B. REED, (Secretary.) 230 Moaroe street.
J. B. WILLIAMS, (Chairman,) 1?2 Canal-street.
WM. CAIN, 30 Old Slip.
Also, of Brother JNO. W. LEONARD, Agent of the “Ameri
can Freemason,” (a valuable semi-monthly Masonic paper, at
One Dollar a year,) at the different Lodges ; and at his Office,
69 Variek-street.
T7OR BALLS, CONCERTS, LEC-
X TURES, FESTIVALS, COMMITTEE MEET- n
INGS, Ac —THE CHINESE ASSEMBLY ROOMS, k Q/
(539 Broadway between Prince and Spring street*,)
have been renovated throughout. The Ball Room has
been beautifully frescoed, the Orchestra enlargrd to
double its original dimensions, the gas lights doubled
in number, the floor prepared as in Europe to prevent dust; the
supper room furniture is entirely new, and arrangements are
made to furnish balls with the best of hot suppers. No pains or
expense will be spared to give satisfaction to parties engaging
their rooms. Apply to
CHAS. COWTAN, Superintendent.
Dancing and waltzing aoa-
DEMY.—M. KILFOIL, respectfully announces -ft
to his patrons and friends that his cassee for the second z QZ
quarter, will commence on tbe Ist of January next, at
the Warren Hotel, Corner of Oliver and Henry sts, on
Wednesdays and Fridays; and at the Hudson Ex
chwge, corner of 10th Avenue and 30th st. on Monday
aud Thursday of each week.
All the Fashionable Dances will be taught, endea
vor made to advance the pupil in an aocomplififi&nt so essen
tial to ease and elegant manners.
Indies’ and Children’s Private Classes will commence at 5 and
terminate at 6 o’clock.
Gentlemen’s Private Classes from 6 to 7 o’clock : Ladies Clas
ses from 7 to 8 ; Gentlemen’s from 8 to 9.
A Quadrille Practice for both ladled and gentlemen from 9 to
11, for the benefit of all pupils.
BROOKE’S DANCING ACADEMY.—
L. Db G. BROOKE’S DANCING AND WALTZ- ft „
ING ACADEMY, 361 Broome street, between Broad- y QZ
way and the Bowery.
The Ball Room, with reception, dressing and practlc-|g®7J®
Ing rooms adjacent, possess great advantages for pupils.
and renders it, beyond all question, the most maguifl
cent, convenient and extensive Dancing Academy in the United
States, if not in the world.
A ll the different styles of dancing will be taught, and every
variety of waitsing.
La Polka, Walts, Redowa,
Felka Mazeurka, Polka Redowa, Deux Temps,
Schottische, I<ea Pantineurs, German Cotillion,
Gallopade, La Gorlitaa, Siciliene.
Days and evenings of tuition, (for Glasses,) Tuesdays and Fri
days, from 3 to 6 P. M., for Ladies and Misses; and from 7Ji to
19fc P. M., for Gentlemen and Lads.
Mondays and Thursdays, Private Class for Gentlemen, from 6
i'll BP. M. Private lessons at all times, when not occupied by
classes.
Wednosdays and Saturdays for children, (exclusively,) from 3
till 6 P.M. ’
The Ladies’ Primary Claeses are under the direction of Mrs.
Brockes.
Each Scholar’s quarter commences from the time of subscri
bing.
PRIVATE INSTRUCTION IN DAN-
CING, at No. 600 Broadway, four doors above Me- ft
tropolitan Hotel. JO“ New classes forming at all times z cjZ
for Ladies and Gentlemen.
Separate classes will be formed throughout the season,
as occasion may require, for new beginners, for
who are somewhat advanced, and for those who require ’via
instruction in the more difficult branches of the art, such as the
new dances, Ac.
Ladies and Gentlemen who intend participating in this pleas
ant amusement, are respectfully solicited to* inspect the advan
tages and facilities offered for instruction, before engaging
elsewhere.
All applications to be made in the Book Store, No. 274 Bow
ery, where all information will be cheerfullv and freely given.
The books are now open for the reception of name*.
R. BURNTON.
The last regular term of the season will commence after
the Holidays
PARKER’S DANCING ACADEMY—
MR. PARKER has the pleasure to announce f»
that his school up town is now open for the season, in /
the large Assembly Room at Knickerbocker Hall, Blh
avenue, corner of 22d street. Days of Tuition,
days and Fridays. Young Ladies’ Misses’ and Boys’
class, to commence at o’clock ; Gentlemen at eight
o’clock. The first Assembly will take place on Wednesday, Uot.
sth, and be continued every alternate Wednesday during the
season. The location cannot be surpassed in convenience of ac
cess, the Eighth Avenue Railroad passes the door throughout
the night, the Knickerbocker and Fourteenth street stages from
South Ferry and Wall street line pass the doer, while the 7th
Avenue and Kipp & Brown’s stages pass within a block. Mr.
P. will give private lessons. Apply at the Academy.
PROFESSOR BOND would announce to
the Ladies and Gentlemen of New York and its vi- ft
cinity, that he will commence the Daneing Season on / Q/
THURSDAY. September Ist., at his Rooms, 360 Grand
st.; FRIDAY, Sept. 2, at his Rooms, 179 Wooster st.,
near Bleecker st., New York ; WEDNESDAY, Sept.
at the Equestrian Institute, South Fear th st., between
Third and Fourth st., Williamsburgh, L. I. M. 8., through his
agents in Paris and London, has got from the first Professors all
the leading Dances of the season, which he will introduce in his
Academies. Likewise the celebrated Parisian Schottisch, all
the Fancy Dances and French and German Waltzes that are in
vogue at the present time. All Pupils advanced as fast as their
practice will admit of, separately or in classes, and taken at any
time through the season, their term commencing at the time of
entering their names. Parents sending their children to him,
may rest assured that every pains will be taken to make them
graceful and accomplished daxwers. All defects in the carriage
of the body and movement of the limbs are remedied by his
mode of tuition. Mondays and Thursdays, 360 Grand street,
Tuesdays and Fridays, 179 Wooster st., bv Bleecker st., New
York; Wednesdays at the Equestrian Institute, Williamsburgh,
L. I. For the benefit of the Pupils, there will be Quadrille
Practice after School hours. No extra charge for Fancy Dsnces.
PROF. B. YATES AND SISTER re-
•pectfully beg leave to announce to the public that f»
they will have the honor of opening their Dancing and z QZ
Waltzing Aondemy at Columbian Hail, 281 Grand street, -z&Tfox
on Friday, September the second; and also, their newly Wrj
deewated rooms in Jersey City, corner Grove and South
Fifth streets, at which time they will be most happy to
impart to those who may favor them with a call, a troat ready
and admirable style of dancing and waltz’ng. The female de
partment un/ler the personal supervision of Miss Yates
Prof. Yates and Sister have just arrived from Paris, where
they have been sojourning during the summer months with those
Dcpular French artistes and Professors, Mons, and Madame de
Vireing, availing themselves of all the newly invented polkas,
•waltzes, Ac., Ac., which will be introduced immediately after
the opening of the academies.
DAYS OF TUITION.
New York, Wednesdays and Fridays, for ladies, misses and
maeters, from 3t05% F. M.; for Gentlemen, from 7 until 10 p. m.,
also for ladies who cannot attend in the afternoon; Jersey City,
on Tuesdays and Thursdays for ladies, misses and masters, from
4 to 6; for gentlemen from 7 to 10.
Professor YATES will also teach the following characteristic
Dances :
1. La Neapolitan, 13. Polka Nationale,
2. Cachuea, 14. La Manola.
3. Olio Dance, 15. La Jota Arragoesq,
4. La Cracovienne, 16. Pas Styrienne,
5. El Jaleo del Xerxes, 17. Dwarf Dance,
6. High lane Fling. 18. Chinese Dauce,
7. la Zingarilla, 19. Wooden Shoe Dance,
8. Tantella. 20. Pas de Grotesque,
9. La Viennoise, 21. Scotch Rant,
10. Kossuth Mazurka, 22. Joskey Hornpipe,
11. I.a Bayadere. 23. Pas de Matelot,
12. Fox Hunter’s Jig. 24. Tambourine Dance.
Terms made known'on application at the Halls, or at
No. 9 EOSEVELT STREET.
JSSF* Private lessons given if desired.
FJV HILLGROVE’S DANCING AND
JL. • WALTZING ACADEMY, No. 30 Bowery, corner -tt
of Bayard street, {Lud>eit entrance in Bayajd street.) z QZ
More will be formed for the second quarter,
/ill the newest and most fashionable styles of Dancing
and Waltzing taught. Among which will ba the
POLKA, POLKA MAZOURKA, REDOWA, W
SCHOTTISCH, FIVE STEP WAL fZ, DEUX TEMZS,
WALTZ, LAGORLTTZA. POLKA QUADRILLES,
POLKA REDOWA, LA ESMERALDA. LA TEMPLATE
Also, the favorite Dance of POP GOES THE WEASEL, and
a variety of other Danees, Quadrille*, <fce. Classes on Tuesdays
and Fridays, ftom 3t06 o’clock for Ladies, Misses and Masters
Also, EVENING CLASSES for Ladies and Misses (exclusively)
from 6 to 8 o’clock, and classes for Gentlemen from 8 to 11 o’-
ctock the same day. The school to continue to th-e Ist of May.
Assemblies every Monday Evening Apply as above.
MR. C/W RIGHT’S DANCING ACAD
. EMY, MILITARY HALL, BOWERY, (opposite «
Spring st.) Mr. Wright would most respectfully inform z QZ
his friends and patrons, that his school will commence
on Tuesday, October 4th, at Military Hall, which has
been thoroughly painted and refitted since last winter,)
Days of Tuition for Ladies, Misses and Masters, Tuesday
and Saturday Afternoons from three till six o’clock. For Gen
tlemen, Tuesday and Friday Evenings, from seven till ten
o’clock. Private lessons given on Mondays, Wednesdays and
Thursdays. Schools and Academies attended. Mr. W. will
teach all the fashionable Dances. For further particulars please
inquire at Military Hall, or call on or address Mr. W. at his res
idence. No. 279 Ninth st.
THILLGRO VE’S DANCING. AND
e WALTZING ACADEMY, No. 30 Bowery, cor. of
Bayard, (Ladies’ entrance on Bayard st.) / QZ
Having been favored with more than usual erceess.
ho will still continue to teach and conduct, the School
in that same respectable manner that has heretofore
ved bo satisfactory.
All the newest and most fashionable styles of Dancing and
Waltzing taught.
Day and Evening Classess, on Tuesdays and Fridays, from 3
to 6 P. M., for Ladies, Misses and Masters; and in the Evening,
for Gentlemen, from to 10% o’clock.
All persons wishing to join, may rest assured that every pains
will be taken to make them easy and graceful Dancers ; and
strict, attention will be paid to the conduct and respectability
of the School. Having had several years’ experience he will
be enabled to give every satisfaction in regard to the advance
ment of the different classes in all the fashionable Dances aud
Waltzes now in vogue.
N. B.—Pupils will be taken and new classes formed, at any
time during the season. Each scholar’s quarter will commence
from the time of subscribing.
Assemblies every Monday Evening.
DA ?> CING ACADEMY —MR. E.HAR-
PER has the pleasure to announce that his school
for the ensuing season will commence oa Thursday, z QZ
Sept. 1‘ t, 1853, at his now assembly rooms, 185 Spring
bt. ; Oct. 4, nt 174 Grand street, N. Y. Also, Oct. st.h, at
People’s Hal’,, corner of Yo’-k and Pearl sts., Brooklyn.
N. B. Pupils taken at any time during the season. All
dances of the day tanght. Merritt’s Hall, 185 Spring st., Mon
days and Thursdays ; Central Ball 174 Grand st., Tuesdays aud
Fridays ; People’s Hall, corner of York and Pearl sts., Brook
lyn. Wronesuavs and Saturdays. Terms made known at the
eoudemy on the days of tuition.
BALL BADGES, ROSETTES, &c„ made
in great variety of styles, and furnished at short notiee.
Also, NAVAL AND MILITARY EMBROIDERY,
in Gold, Silver, Silk or Worsted.
MASONIC, O. U. A., I. O. O. F., L OF T.,
and all rther kinds of REGALIA, JEWELS. COSTUMES,
SEALS, EMBLEMS, and trimmings. Also, Flags of various
klndb; Gold and Silver Sters, Fringes and Bullion for
Enibrc.idery. of various kinds, at reasonable rates, at the old
established Premium Regalia and Jewel Manufactory.
ELIAS COMBS, 244 Grand st.
Keal estate agenoy—the sub-'
; scriber being extensively engaged in the above business,
respectfully offers his services to persons desirous of either buying
or selling Houses, Lots, or Lands ; and also to persons desirous of
Borrowing Money on Rond and Mortgages, or to persons having
Money so to loan. His facilities for the disposal of Real Estate
ar« surpassed by none. The very bt;st of reference given.
JACOB PEC ARE, Qiftce No. 163 Hester street, near Hewwy.
Mnt'y ''■ar '») Rn-H Nn-rtawis**
W ~0. JENKS?IMPORTER, MANU-
• FACTURER, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in all
kinds of TRANSPARENT WINDOW SHADES,
Paper Hangings, Gilt Cornices, Dra;;ory Muslins, Curtain Mate
rials. Bands, Loop Pins, Brasses, Coras, Tassels, Rollers, and
Cambrics of all widths, Buff and White Lineirs, <fcc., Ac. Also,
a large assortment of TABLE Oil, CLOTHS, 458 PEARL
STREET, four Doors from Chatbem street. New York.
gfipr- Ordftra promptly
CARD.-THE” UNDERSIGNED,
manufacturers of Gold Pens and Gold and Silver Pencil
and Pen Cases, patentsi, would very respectfully inform the
public that they are opening (at their retail store, 277, (Irving
House) Broadway) a beautiful assortment of FINE
ERY, of recent importations, which, in connection with their
assortment of superior Gold Pens and Pencils, enables persons
to equip themselves with “Pena, Ink and Paper, of qualities
superior to any previously offered in this city. A. G. BAGLEY
A CO.. No. 12 Maiden Lane, and 277 Broadway, New York.
BEAT BARGAINS IN FEATHERS,
Beds, Mattrasaes, Ac., at CRAWiJUCX’S, No. 358 Grand
Street, second door east of Essex street, CHE A.P UPHOLSTERY
and FEATHER STORE. The attention of families about pur
chasing, is respectfully invited to the large and beautiful assort
ment of Beds, Mattrasses, Paillasses, Bedsteads. Cots, Ac., Ac.,
all of which have been purchased at low .cash prices, and will be
sold at such prices as to make it an Inducement for all to call and
examine the above stock previous to making their purchases.—
Goods sent to any part of the clt.y, Brooklyn, or Williamsburgh,
free of cartage. Old beds and mattrassei renovated and made
over. W. CRAWBUCK. 3fiß Grand street, second door «>uit of
Jtvuti
URN ITU RE! FURMTUREL FUR
NITUBEtIt—GKO. BOYD, continue# to manufaoture Mid
keeps constantly on hand a general aMsortvnet-c of
CABINET FURNITURE
of the latest styles, and warranted in every particular of th? best
wcrkmfinsl.ip, at his' old established Warehouse, No. 113 and
115 WOOSTER street.
Hair Mattresses, Straw Palliasters. Feather Beds, Bolsters, and
Pillers, warranted pure, and at as low prices at any OKtabllih
ment lu the city.
All articles ptnchjujod sent to any part of the city ftu-4 Crook
lyn, of ohsrpa.
A cal! ti veeitctikdl/ «uitrAte4 from persona ah«»r>t to pur*
Extra, advertisement. wal-
THEATRE.
GREAT AND DECIDED SUCCESS
OF THE
NEW COMEDY,
In Five Acta, called the
GAME OF LIFE.
MR. WALLACK
begs leave to announce, ths.t in consequence of the unequivocal
and enthusiastic recaption of the above play, and the great de
mand at the Box Office, he is induced to repeat it
EVERY EVENING
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE,
With tbe following cast;
Adam GreenleafMr. Blake
Rupert Wolf*Mr. Lester
Mr. Chatterton Drake Mr. Brougham
Mr. Bn»ii©rMr. Dyott
Myer Shadow, ssq Mr. Walcott
Mr. Grimm Mr. Rea
James Mr. Burke
Lyttel Wyndham, Esq Mrs. Stephens
Ro»e Greenleaf.Mrs. Conway
Th- Widow JoybellMrs. Brougham
Mrs. Smiler Mrs. Cramer
Matilda SmilerMias Fanny Dean
(Iler fourth Appearance.)
Together with the beautiful aud interesting DRAMA, in TWO
ACTS, now produced for the first time at this theatre, called the
MILLER’S MAID.
Giles Mr. L. Thompson
George Mr. Reynolds
Old Granger Mr. H. B. Phillips
Matty MarvellousMr. F. A. Vincent
The Miller Mr. F. Chippendale
Gamekeeper Mr. Rea
James Mr. Burke
Phccbe, th® Miller’s Maid Mrs. Conway
DameMr.s. Cramer
Numerous Novelties are in active preparation.
Box-Boek open for the week.
TXT’ALLAOK’S THEATRE—MONDAY
V v (to-morrow) evening, will be performed the New Com
edy, in five acts, called
THE GAME OF LIFE,
With new Scenery, Dresses, and Appointments. Characters by
Mr. Blake, Mr. Lester, Mr. Brougham, Mrs. Stephens, Mrs. Con
way, Mrs. Brougham, Mrs. Cramer, Miss Fanny Dean, etc., etc.
To conclude with the MILLER’S MAID.
Admi&flion- -Dress Circle and Parquette, 50 cts.; Family Cir
cle. 50 ets.; Stall Seats, SI; Private Boxes, 86 and $7.
BURTON’S.— T. B. JOHNSTON’S BEN
EFIT—MONDAY (to-morrow) EVENING, Dec. 19, 1853,
MARRIED LIFE,
in which Messrs. BURTON. FISHER, JORDAN, MOORE and
JOHNSTON, Mwdames BURTON, RAYMOND, HUGHES.
COOKE aad BUCKLAND will appear.
After which the very popular piece of the
YOUNG ACTRESS,
in which Miss AGNES ROBERTSON will sustain! characters.
To conclude with the highly laughable farce of
CHRISTMAS EVE IN CONNECTICUT;
Or, The Yankee Cupid.
Miss Jenkins(the Yankee Cupid)Mr. Johnston.
jQ©*- Box Book now open.
Bowery theatre—to-morrow
(Monday Evening.) will be performed—
INGOMAR THE BARBARIAN.
IngomarMr. Eddy I PartheniaMiss Woodward
GOOD FOR NOTHING.
To conclude with the Opera of the
POOR SOLDIER.
Tickets—Boxes, 50 cts.; Pit, 12X cts.; Seats in Orchestra
Boxes. 50 eta.; Private Boxes, sy. Doors open at 7/sc o’clock; Gar
tain will rise at 7% o’clock,
Bowery theatre—a card— Mr.
T. D. RICE (the original “Jim Orow,” and “Daddy” of
the entire race of Ethiopian performers) begs leave to announce
to his numerous friends and the
TWENTIETH ANNIVERSARY
OS' HIS
FIRST BENEFIT AT THE BOWERY THEATRE,
WILL OCCUR ON
FRIDAY NEXT, THE 23d OF DECEMBER.*
Mr. RICE takes Pleasure in acknowledging that the present
management have kindly offered to him the Theatre for a
BENEFIT
on that occasion, and that the managers of nearly all the places
of public amusement in the city have in the kindest manner
permitted various artists engagod by them, to assist on this great
occasion. The performances of the evening will be sustained by
the best artists in the city, selected from .the various establish
ments. Full particulars, with names of the volunteers, in future
announcements and bills.
BOW EB Y THE AT R E.—
BENEFIT OF MR. E. EDDY.
WEDNESDAY EVENING, Dec. 21st.
The five act comedy of
TOWN AND COUNTRY.
Reuben, Mr. Eddy ; Rosalia, Miss Woodward. Eddy a»d
Johnson as the SIAMESE TWINS : and the great drama of the
RED ROVER:
Red Rover Mr. E. EDDY.
Box Box open.
Broadway theatre— Mr. Collins,
the IRISH COMEDIAN AND VOCALIST.
Monday—no performance—The Mitchell Dinner.
Tuesday, Dec. 20, by request,
THE IRISH AMBASSADOR.
Sir PatrickbyMr. Collins
Morenos. Mr. Whiting; Isabella. Mrs. Abbott.
With HOW TO PAY THE RENT.
Morgan Rattler Mr. Collins
With the last new farce of the!
TWO BUZZARDS.
Characters by Miss J. Gongbnheim, Mrs. Vernon, Messrs. Dav
idge, Whiting and Lanergan. Begin at 7.
National theatre. Monday
(To-morrow) Evening, will b® performed—
UNCLE TOM’S CABIN,
In SIX ACTS.
Uncle Tom Mr. J. Lingard.
St. Glaire Si p i e .
Qumpten CuteH. Stone.
Eva Little Cordelia Howard
TopseyMrs. G. C. Howard.
Dress Cirol® and Boxes, 25 cts.; Orchestra Arm Chairs,
Mcts.; Exclusive Private Boxes, $5; One Person to Private
Box. sl. Doors open at 7; to commence at 8 o’clock.
ATIONAL THEATRE.— E VERY
MONDAY, TUESDAY, THURSDAY and FRIDAY AF
TERNOONS, commenclnF,at 2 o’clook, will be performed the
new moral and religious D'ama, in 3 acts, of
LITTL-E KATY,
Thk Hot Corn Girl,
Dramatised by C. W. Taylor, Esq., (especially for the National
Theatre,) from the very papular story recently published in the
New York Tribune, written by Mr. Solon Robhuen, in which
the youthful wonder, little Cordelia Howard, will appoar as
Little Katy.
Cast:
Eugene Sedley, the affluent! the aegraded! the fallen!. J. J. Prior
Tnc Missionary of Five Points House of Industry. Mr. J.Lingard
Clinton Travers, a N. Y. sporting character.. ..Mr. N. B. Clarke
Frank Breeely, a youth about townF. Blake
Harry Bl worth, his companion: H. Stone
Edward Lavine, a merchant’s clerk in Dey street. ..J. B. Howe
Peter Codicil, a Tombs LawyerTeulman
Corney Joe, a genius under difficultiesG. L. Fox
Bill Styles, one of the “Rangers” J. Herbert
Jake L”Bhy, *<<eper of Orange st. refectory... : Lyons
Bilks, under ground SocialistG. Lingard
Cale Pelfer, another of the OrderDamond
Little Mike, a fast youth, with prospect of “ eleva-
tion”Master J. Murry
Abe Giggle, a darkey that is a darkeyMack
Ist Policeman Rose
2d Policeman..Clin©
. Gamblers, Loafers, Policemen.
Little Katy, the Hot Corn Girl Miss Cordelia Howard
Elenor Sedley, the Wife! the Mother! the Widow!.Mrs. J. J.Prior
Alice Rosely. afterwards Mrs. LavineMiss Barber
Wild Meg, or the Five Points Mrs. Bannester
Betty Sharp, aLadv’s maid of the da/Mrs. Mack
Mrs. Pinch, a specimen of a Colonization landlady. Mrs Lingard
Hot corn at barnum?s.—for
ALL THIS WEEK,
from Monday, De«. 19th, to Saturday, Dec. 24th, 1853.
On MONDAY, TUESDAY, THURSDAY and FRIDAY
AFTERNOONS, at 3 o’c’ock,
the wonderfully-pcpular, truly moral, heart-touching, yet hu
morous local play of
HOT CORN ; OR, LITTLE KATY,
dramatised from Solon Robinson’s sterling work, and received
on every occasion with
SHOUTS OF .APPROBATION.
Admittance to the Museum and Porforreancss 25 c°nts.
“TTNCLE TOM” AT BARNUM’S,
FOR ALL THIS WEEK,
From Monday, 19 h. to Saturday, 24th Dec., 1853.
EVERY EVENING AT 7 O’CLOCK, and atjso
EVERY WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY AFTERNOON.
AT 2 O’CLOCK.
The only really dramatic and original adaptation to the stage
of Mrs. Stowe’s popular work,
UNCLE TOM’S CABIN,
i>. 5 parta, gotten up in matchless style, and performed by one
of the most brilliant companies in America, to
CROWDED AND APPLAUDING AUDIENCES.
Admittance to the Museum and Performances. 25 cents.
Living giraffes at barnum s-
Are now to be seen every day, except Sunday, from 8 A*
m. to 10 f. m., besides
THE SWISS BEARDED LADY.
the largest Living Serpents, the vast Chinesk Collection,
THE HAPPY FAMILY.
and all the other curiesitics. In addition, there is
UNCLE TOWjS CABIN and HOT CORN,
performed in dazzling style in the Lecture Room in She afternoon
and evening.
ADMITTANCE to the WHOLE MUSEUM—aa wall as to the
performances—2s cents. Children under ten, Seats in
the Parquette, 12)4 cents extra. Secured Seata in the Dress
Circle, 50 cents, wnich may be obtained during the day.
New york amphitheatre, 37
BOWERY. —J. J. Nathans, Manager : S. Lathrop and M.
Day, Clowns.—Prices of Admission—Boxes, 25 cents ; Pit. 12%
cents ; Reserved Seats, 50 cents. Doors open at 6%; Perform
ance commences at 7 o’clock. The entertainments commence
with a giand cavalcade entitled THE TURKS UPON THE
DANUBE. Every variety of Equestrian, Gymnastic and Acro
batic performances. The company comprise Mons. Charinl,
Madame Franconi, Miss Emma Nathans, Messrs. Sergeant, Li
ming, etc. Also, day performances Wednesday and Saturday.
Rainbow hotel and dining
BOOM—Nos. 31 and S 3 Beekman street. WILLIAM J.
HOWELL, Proprietor.—This establishment is now open to the
Public. Every arrangement has bsen wade for the accommo
dation of the public ; and the proprietor takes this early ooca jion
to announce to his old friends that he is again prepared to at
tend to thefr wants. The house contains nearly one hundred
first class r®»ms. Tbe Dining Room will be conducted on the
same plan which has heretofore met with the approval and pat
ronage of the publie. The articles served up will always be of
the best to be fouad in the market.
BILL OF FARE.
[The list for Dinner is toe lengthy for an advertisement.]
BREAKFAST AND TEA.
Porter House Steak- Q 31 (Butter Toasto 06
Rump Steaks; . 0 12 Rice Cukes 0 06
Mutton. Chopso 18 Bread Cakes and Honey.. 006
Ham and Eggso 18 Buckwheat Cakesy 06
Broiled Bacono 12 Pot Coffeeo 06
Broiled Kidneyso 12 Pot Teao 06
Fried Tripe 0 12 Chocolate 0 06
Liver and Bacon 0 D Wheat Cakeso 06
Fried Fisho 12 ; Fried Potatoes. 0 06
Fried Oysterso 18 Roiled Chickens........
Milk Toasto 12 Dry Toast 0 06
Sausages.o 12 Hasho 06
Poached Eggso 12 Hot Rollso 06
Fried Omeleto 12/
MM. VANDYKE’S HOTEL AND
® DINING SALOON, formerly Vandyke ABrinley, No©.
21, 23 and 25 CATHARINE SLIP, (oast of Catherine Market,one
door from 202 South str/ et.)
BILL OF FARR -BREAKFAST AND SUPPER.
Beefsteak,....6d Br riled h^ckerel... .do Wheat Cakes.6d
Pork Steakdo Stewed Tuaneysdo Buckwheat Cakes ...do
Veal Cutietde Porter Houss Steak. .-?e Indian Cakesdo
Mattes Chopflde Sirloin Staakls6d Dry Toast.do
Broiled Chicken‘.'s Boiled Chickenls Mush and Mi1k......5d
Half Chicken2.*Hoi Rolls6d Milk Toastdo
Ham and Eggs... .Is 6d IFried Tripe, jdo Rice and Milkdo
Fried Ham...kiFriod Liverdo Bread and Milkdo
Broiled* Hamlt>;Fri»d Haslet.W- Fried PotatoesSd
Boiled HamlriFried Sausagesdo Butter Cakes3d
Fried Eggsed,Fried Fiehdo Tea.....3d
Fish BrlledolFried Clamsdo C0ffee.......3d
Beef Stewde Fried Eels..do Chocolate.__Bd
Boiled Eggs.........dcjFricd Shadf»d
DINNER.
Rcari Beef..6d Boiled Fish«d!Raw 0y5ter5........d«
Rcast Porkde Pork and Beans.9d Fried Tripedo
Roast Vealde Pot Piedo'Beef Soup9d
Roast Lambdo Clam Piedo:Chicken Soupl«
Roast Mutton9d Veal Piedo ’SuccatashM
Roast Turkeylßd Oyster Piedo Sweet Potatoesde
Roast Goosedo CnickenPotPic....lßd Green Peasdo
Roast Chiokeadel Chicken Fricasse ... .do Asparagus..do
Roast Duckdo Chicken Stewdo Spinach 3d
Corned Beef.6d Ham and Eggs .doj ßoiled Onions..do
Corned Muttondo Lamb Chopdo String Beansdo
Do. eapre Banoslßd Fried Oysters;2s Lima Beans...gd
Boiled Hamls Stewed Oystersla
DESSERT.
Plum Pudding.......fid (Apple DumplinggdlMince, Cranberry, Ap-
Indian Puddingdo |Blackberry Pudding..do pie, Plum, Peach,
Suet Puddingdo Rough and Ready...do Cuotard and Lemon
Rico Puddingdo (Whortleberry,....... do Pieseach.Sd
Bread Puddingdo'
JSSr Open Day and Night—Neverf Cloeed. London Porter,
pints, 2s. Scotch Ale, pints, 2s. Draught Ale, 6d. The best of
I iquers and Sagars at the Bar. SEVENTY SINGLE ROOMS
AT 25 CENTS PER NIGHT.
Putnam bouse—no. 357 fourth
AVENUE, between 26th and 27th ets, opposite Harlem
Railroad Market.
LAWRENCE R. KERR.
Proprietor of this popular LODGING HOUSE AND DINING
SALOON, is prepared to accommodate citizens, travellers, and
business men, with pleasant lodgings, and meals at all hours, in
a style equal to any othpr establishment in the city. He would
call attention to the following extensive and economical
BILL GF FARE.
BREAKFAST AND TEA.
BeefsteakßdiFia“ BallifidjMilk Toast9d
Pork Steak6d Porterhouse Steak.le6d<DryToast6<l
Veal Cutlets6<l TenderloinSteak....ls Fried Potatoes3d
Mutton ChopsCd Sirloin Steakls Coffee and Tea.3d
Lamb Chops6d Broiled Chicken‘2s Cocoa.per bowl 6d
Hamand Eggs'....ls6d Wheat Cakes6d Coffee and Cakos....6d
Fried Ham It, Buckwheat Cakes...tid Extra Bread3d
Fried Sausages Fried Eggseach 3d Brown Bread3d
Fried Fish6d Moiled Eggs. ...each 3<i Bread and Milk9d
Fried Clama6d Poached Eggsls Rice and Milk‘Jd
Fried Eelsßd Broiled Mackerel... .5d
DINNER.
Roast BeefCd Pot Pie6<l Chicken Piels
Roast lamb6d Clam Pie6d Chicken Fricaseo....ls
Roast Veal6d Boiled Fish6'l Beef Soup6d
Roast Pork6d Roast Turkeyls Lamb Chopsls
Corned Beef.6d Roast Goose'.ls Pork Steakls
Corned Pork6d Roast Duckls H'ried Eggsls
Pirk and BeaimCd Roast Chickenls Beef Steak& Onionsladd
Meat Pie6d
DISHES COOKED TO ORDER.
Sirloin Steakls| Broiled Chicken2s| Stewed Oystersl®
Tenderloin Steak....ls:Veal Cutletls Fried OystmW.2s
Porterhouse Steak.lsCd'Raw Oystersls|Pickled Oystersls
DESSERT.
Pium Pudding6d Farina PuddingSdiCustard Pie6d
Suet Pudding6d(Tapicca Pudding....6d Ap»ie Pie6d
Bread Pudding6d;Plum Pudding6dJCrunberry Pie6<l
Rice Pudding6d Peach Pie6<a Pie6d
ndian Pudding6d (Mince Pie(JiflPunipkin Piettd
Apple Di mplings... .6dl 1
Bi&ndy, Wine, Porter, Ale,. Ac.
Lodgings, 25 cents, per night. Op«n at all hours.
LAWRENCE R. KERR, Proprietor.
ROGERS’ HOTEL AND DINING SA-
LOON, NO. 4 FULTON STREET.—IMPORTANT TO
THE TRAVELLING PUBLIC.—The subscribers would re
spectfully announce to their friends and the public that they
have recently fitted tbe large building No. 4 Fulton ©t-reet, as a
Hotel and Dining Saloon, where every comfort that could pos
sibly be desired, on the most economical scale, may be enjoyed.
The Lodging Rooms aro not surpassed by any in the city for
comfort and convenience, and thov hava, at a great expense,
procured a composition to put in tnc mortar that will destroy
roaches and all other insects, which may be a desirable consid
eration for those who wish to sleep in peaco.
The Larder will always be found stocked with all the choice
delicacies the markets afford, which will be served up at very
low prices.
Merchants and others having business in this city, will find
this hetel a desirable location, and one whore all the comforts
of,a tome can be enjoyed, at a lees price than at any other ©3-
sblishment in this cky.
MARSHALL’S DISPaTUH COFFEE
HOUSE, 109 Nasiau street, (basement,) oven every night
from dark till daylight. Oysters of all kinds served up in every
style; Coffee, Cakes, Pies, Crullers, Ac. The subscriber will at
all times be pleased to serve his friends and the public at his
new quarters. R. MARSHALL.
AN SWEENEY, 66 CHATHAM ST.
Th« undersigned would call the attention of the traveling
and resident public to the fact that in order to extend his busi
ness and provide sufficient aecon-raodatron, he has enlarged his
©aloons. His new establishment 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
tor its central location. The public, both transient and resident,
are solicited to examine his bill of fare, where will always be
found the substantial elements of life, of tho best quality, and in,
the same excellent style which has rendered his establishment so
popular. Tbe above Is the establishment in the city, in
which he has in any manner, an interest; and he hopes to see his
riends there. DANIEL SWEENEY.
M anhattan hotel and dining
SALOONS. No. 133 FULTON STREET.—The public
are informed that tnis old establishment continues to serve up all
the delicacies of the seasen in the style which has, during the
past few years, given it such an extensive public patronage. The
prices are moderate. The Upper Dining Saloon is conducted on
the popular Six-penpy plan ; the Lower Saloon on the Shilling
plan. Lodgings, cents a night, for good singla beds in sin
gle Rooms. Open ob Sundays. MRS. C. M. FISH. Proprietress,
Reed & moss’ sotel and dining
SALOON.—This SalA», situated at NO. 15 BOWERY,
is one of the finest places oe the kind in New York. It is fitted
up in a style that cannot fh.il to win encomiums from all persons
who enter it, and the edibles dispensed there are tbe best that
can be obtained for money. They are served up after a fashion
that tempts the palate of the most fastidious gourmand, and at
prices so moderate that the poorest of peoplo can afford to break
fast, dine and sup there. Apart from tholr restaurant, Reed A
Moss, (possessingthe entire building,) are prepared to rent the
most superior sleeving apartments at a rate which must fiv.d 'a
▼or with all transient and even permanent lodgers. A bill of
fare, of the most comprehensive and enticing description, ispub
lishetl by them daily. A copy of one of these documents wIH
give a vivid ides of the immense resources of thta establishment”
GOULD’S HOTEL AND DIN ING SA
LOONS, No. 8 and 10 FULTON-ST., near the Ferry.
The proprietor of this establishment begs to inform his friends
and the public that at his Dining Saloons they will daily find
all the delicacies and luxuries to be found in the New York
market, and that he is determined that in no respeot shall his
establishment be surpassed by any other in the city. The house
contains abont one hundred pleasant and a ry Lodging Rooms.
There is a Dining Room on the second floor for the accommoda
tion of ladies. Strangers visiting, as well as permanent resi
dents, are invited to call and examine the bill or fare and other
accommodations. Open all Night. JOHN NELSON,
Proprietor.
MUSIOAK
Last night of the Italian opera.
-NIBLO’S GARDEN. GRAND OPERATIC PER
FORMANCE,
for the Benefit of
MAX MARETZ2KK,
on which occas’on
Sig’a BTEFFA NONE,
Signor SALVI,
Signor MARINI, and
Signor BENEVENTANO,
will make their LAST APPEARANCE before the New York
public, previous to thefr departure for Havana and Mexico.
MONDAY EVENING, Dec. 19,
will be performed Auber’s Grand Opera, in five octa, of
MASANIELLO; Or, The Dumb Girl of Portbci.
Sig. SalviasMaeaniello.
Signa. SteffanoneasAlvira
Sig, Beneventanoas... . w . ... ‘ "Pietro
Sig. Quintoas... . Duke Alfonto
Sig. Barikasßorella
Mlle. Iteederas... Fenella, the Dum’-> Gfrl of Ported.
In the first act, “Bolero” performed by Mlle Drouet and Mons.
Burn ar.
In the third act, Tarentelle, by Mlle. Leederand Mons, Dumar.
Sig. Marini, Rovere, Vietti, Kosi, and others of the principal
Artists have kindly consented te appear in the grert
MARKET CHORUS.
To conclude with tho Fourth Act of
THE PROPHET,
IL FROFETA
With new Scenery by Messrs. Chaining and Felix Cahn; new
Dreeses by Mr. Mexzaari and Mrs. Bazzani, formerly Directors
of the Wardrobe of the Theatres of La Scala and St. Oarto—ex
preesly engaged fer this eccaaieu; Machinery by Messrs. P.
Phelan an® assistants under the direction of Wm.A.Moor®, stage
manager of Niblo’s Garden; Properties by C. Sylvester; and the
followiag anrivalled east:
Jean of Leyden Signor Salvi
Fides, his Mether Sign’a Steffanone
Bertha, his Bride Sign’s Bertucoa
Zacharias, an Anabaptist Sig. Marini
Jonas, an Anabaptist Sig. Vietti
.Matthias, an Anabaptist Sig. Rosi
Count OberthalSig. Beneventano
A Soldier Sig. Quinto
Peasants. Soldiers, P iusts. 4c.
PRICE OF ADMISSION, ONE DOLLAR.
Secured Seats, in tbe daytime only, One Dollar and a Waif.
Seats r-ay Ve secured da.ly nt Messrs. HALL & SON’S. No
2' 9 Broadway, opposite the Hark, and at Niblo’s Garden, from 9
o’clock in the morning until 5 in the evening.
Doers open at peric-rmnnce to commence at 7J£.
JU LL IE N’S CONCERTS.
METROPOLITAN HALL.
LAST W EEK BUT ON E.
On Monday, December 19,
FIRST NIGHT
OF «H1
GREAT EXHIBITION QUADRILLE.
FART I.
Overture—“Oberon”Weber
Quadribe —“Mafsar/ello”Jullien
On Themes from Auber’© Opora.
Symphony—“ The Andante from the Symphony in C
Minor”! Beethoven
Grand Aria—From “Lucia di Laromermoor”.Donizetti
M’llk Anna Zerr.
Valse—“La Prima Donna”Jullien
(Positively last time.)
Solo, Cornet-a Piston—“ Recitative and Roman-
ia’ .... .W. V. Wallace
(Received on the Irish night with great applause.)
Herr KceNiG.
Quadrille —(First time).Jullien
THE GREAT EXHIBITION.
Founded on the World’s Fair in Landon in 1851, and expressly
composed for that occasion by M. Jullien, performed with the
greatest success for upwards of two hundred consecutive nights
in England, and considered throughout Europe as M. Jullion’s
most popular composition.
DESCRIPTION OF THE QUADRILLE.
Introduction—The Music of Northern Nations—the Thames
taken from a Sclavonian Meledy and th® Russian National
Hymn.
First Figure—The French “Pas Accellere,” the grand “Pas
Redouble,” and ‘ The Marseillaise.” •
Second Figure—The “Spanish Sapatieodo,” with variations
for Clarionet, by M. Wuille; Flute, by M. Reichert; Oboe, by M.
Lavifne; and Flageolet, by M. Coltlnet.
Introduction to Third Figure—Toe “ Aurara Serenade,”
a Sicilian lover to ris mistress,with solo for the Como Musa, by
M.Wuille, being the first time this beautiful ancient instrument,
perfected by Mr. Saxe, has been heard in New York.
Third Figure—The “ Neapolitan Tarantella,” concluding
with the “ Piedmontese Monferina” —tbe Castagnottefc, by M.
Collinet.
Fourth Figure—French Air, “PartantPour La Syria,” ta
ken from an ancient Eastern melody—Solo, Cornet-a-Piston.
Herr Koenig; Solo, Ophecleide, Mr. S. Hughes.
Fifth Figure—
THE MARCH OF ALL NATIONS.
Founded on the National Melodies ef America, France, Eng
land, Russia, Turkey, Poland, Hungary, Spain, Italy, India,
and China.
Finale.—The morning of the inauguration of the World’s
Fair is supposed to have arrived. The great city which, for the
first time, shelters such masses of people from all parts of the
known world, is as yet tranquil, when at daybreak the festival
is ushered in by the pealing forth of the Ixmdon Chimes, echoed
far and near from each surrounding belfry. Soon the city Is in
motion, and the multitudes hasten toward the same goal, all
eager to behold the stupendous realisation of human industry.
The various military bands perform the National Anthems of
their several countries. Here is heard “ The Russian Hymn,”
there that of Austria, with <he French republican air “ Mourir
Pour I.a Patrie,” “The East Indian War March,” “The Chi
nese Hong Gong,” “ The Polish Cracovienne,” and “ The Span
ish Cachouca.” Ancn “ Yankee Doodle” breaks upon the ear.
At length one tremendous shout bursts forth, and the gladly
welcomed nations join in the English National Anthem— ‘ God
Save the Queen,” performed first time in double counterpoint
simultaneously with “Tbe March of All Nations,” (theone be
ing in % time, and the other in % time ; and secondly, by the
full Orchestra, accompanied by the peals of bells and salute of
aitillery.
PART I I.
Grand Operatic Selection and Fantasiaßellini
(Last time.)
From the Opera of “ La Somnambula.”
Song—“ Where the Boe Sucks ”Arne
M’lle Anna Zarr.
Symphony—The Minuetto from the Symphony in E
fiatßristow.
Duo, Violincello and Contrabasso—(First time)Bottesini.
Herr Lutgen and signo w ,otteslni.
Polka—“ The Katydid” tJullien
Solo, Clarionet—Air, with Variations Waille
M. Wuille.
Quadrille —“ The Hibernian ”Jullien
Found- d on Irish Melodies, and concluding
with the celebrated National Air, “ St. Pa
trick’s Day.”
(Received on the Irish night with tremendous applause.)
ConductorM. Jullien.
Admission Fifty Cents
Secured Seata One Dollar
Tickets te bo had at S. C. Jollie’s. 300 Broadway; Hall & Son,
239 Broadway ; and Van Norden & King, 45 Wall street; in the
evening at the Hall.
Doors open at 7 o’clock. Concert to commence at 8 o’clock.
Hutchinson family at the
TABERNACLE. THURSDAY EVENING, December
22, 1853.
Tickets 25 certs only, to all part.® of the house.
The HUTCHINSON FAMILY aro happy to announce to
their numerous patrons that from the continued favor and con
fidence they have met from the American people in thair Con
certs in this city, for the last twelve years! that (still living,
and Providence permitting) they will give the fi.-st of their
SECOND SERIES of POPULAR CONCERTS at the TABER
NACLE, on THURSDAY EVENING, Dec. 22, when they will
sing a choice bill from their catalogue of sixty-one songs, among
which are:
New Song by Saxe, on Wishing.
“ The Ghost of Unde Tom.”
“ My Mother’s Bible.”
“ Excelsior.”
“ Mountain Echo.”
“ Song of the Ancient Ages.”
“ There is Room Euough for All,” Ac.
Tickets 25 cents er.ch, to all parts of the house, without re
serve. To be had at Horace Waters’, No. 333 Broadway; Hall
ASon’s, No. 239 Broadway; S. C. Jollie’s, No. 300 Broadway;
T. S. Berry’s, No. 297 Broadway; and at the Ticket Office of the
Tabernacle, oh Thursday Evening, Dec. 22.
Doors open at 6% o’clock—Concerts to commence at 7J4-
DODWORTH’S MUSIC.
GIFTS! GIFTS!! GIFTS!!!
25 VALUABLE PIANOS,
Will be distributed among the fiist twenty-ive thousand sub
scribers to
DODWORTH’S ANNUAL.
This work, now in press, will contain the most popular com
positions of
ALLEN DODWORTH,
HARNEY B. DODWORTH,
CHARLES R. DODWORTH,
Whi®h have never before been published, and caanot b® ob
tained in any ether form. Among others will b®
Joys of Wintrr Quadrilles by H. B. Dodworth.
Quickstep, ftoin Lucrezia Borgia.
Wave pchottisch, by allen i.odworth.
When 1 List to thy Sweet Voice, new song, by H. B. Don
worth.
Spkitb Polka Redowa, by Chas. R. Dodworth.
Dodworth’s Lonh Star Quickstkp.
Th® first edition will eonsist of tweaty-fiv® thousand copies.
Ame»g the purchasers of the first edition, will be distributed
TWENTY FIVE VALUABLE PIANO-FORTES,
consisting of Grand and Square Pianos, valued from $275 to
SI,BOO ®aeh, which are now to be seen at
A. BaSSFORD’S Warerooms, No. 603 Broadway,
where a desk will bo kept by A. BaSSFORD, Jr., to r®«eiv®
hnbfceripiioaa. The prise of tbe work is fixed at
ONE DOLLAR,
which ®ndtl®B the purchaser to a copy of the Annual, whioh, at
sheet prices, would be worth $4 50, and a participation in the
distribution of tho
TWENTY FI YE PIANOS.
Tbe first subscribers entitled to the first eop es issued.
The Books of Subscription are now open at H. B. DOD
WORTH 4 CO.’S, No. 493 Broadway, and A. BASSFORD,
Jr., No. 603 Broadway. All letters containing orders for lha
Annual should be addresser! (cost-paid) to
H. B. DODWORTH & CO., No. 493 Broadway.
TOLLIE’S MUSICAL GIFTS FOR 1854.
eJ ONE HUNDRED PIANOS FOR THE PEOPLE.
JULLIEN’S MUSIC FOR THE MILLION.
PRICE ONE DOLLAR.
One hundred thous- nd volumes will be issued, and
ONE HUNDRED PIANOS
will be distributed among th* purchasers of these books. The
Pianoswill be worth from $225 to $450. The music will be
worth over six dollars.
One dollar entitles each purchaser to a copy of Jullien’s Music
for the Million,” and a share in the distribution of the Pianos.
“ Jullien’s Music for the Million” will contain, besides some
vocal music sung by Ansa Zsrr, the following popular pieces—
The American Quadrille,
The Great Exhibition Quadrille, \
The English Quedrille.
The Crystal Fountain Galop.
The Prima Donna Vaise,
The Target Galop,
Tbe Atlantic Galop,
The California Quadrille, Ae.,
with pertrait of Jullien. illuminated frontispiece, and elegant
title page. Price one dollar. Subscribers’ books now open.—
All letters must be post paid.
SAMUEL C. JOLLIH,
Music and Piano Warerooms, 3(XJ Breadway.
Musical phenomenon.—To "the
Public.—“Milledgevll’e, Ga., Jan 9, ISs3.—Having wit
nessed the astonishing performances of Master Benson A. Eng
lish, the ‘Original Infant Drummer, only years old,’ we
take great pleasure in bearing testimony to the high tributes of
appreciation which have everywhere been awarded him. He
may justly be legarded as the Eighth Wonder of the World.”—
Howell Cobb, Gov. of Ga.; A. C. Barnet, W. 11. Mitchell, E. S.
Chandler, P. M. Compton W. 11. Paine, Rev. Joshua Knowles,
Rvv. Chas. R. Jewett. Capt W. S. Rockwell, Dr. G. W. Forte,
and others. “Ihe Infant Drummer more than astonishes me
after tweuty-ieven years in H. M. Service. St. Catharine’s,
.Sept. 6th. G. V. Hamilton (lata Capt. in H. M. Service).” The
New York public are respectfu’ly informed that this wonderful
prodigy will give a Course of Holiday Concerts, accompanied by
distinguished artists, at Bleecker Buildings, commencing on
nex’ Friday Evening.
QEO. CHRISTY AND WOOD’S MIN
STRELS, 444 BROADWAY, above Howard street. No
connection with any OTHER COMPANY. OPEN
EVERY EVENING. H. WOOD, Business Manager; GEO.
CHRISTY, (as professionally kvewn.) Stage Manager. The en
tertainments of GEO. CHRISTY and WOOD’S Minstrels em
brace all the elements in Ethiopian Minstrelsy, the company be
ing ®omposed of the eldest, and most experienced performers.
They are the originators of their own peculiar style, consisting
of Overtures, Quick Steps, Choruses, Quartette, Glees, Duetto,
SesgH, Ballads, Extravaganzas, Burlesque Lectures, Thrilling
Tragedy and hcoentric Comedy, comprising together a melange
of the most talented and pleasing soirees all tneir pieces being
composed expre&sly for them, and which they defy the world to
equal. Doors open at 6% o’clock ; to commence at 7% o’clock.
Tickets. 25 cents.
On Christmas and Now Year’s Afternoons, Concerts,
commencing at 2% o’clock.
BUCKLEY’S OPERA HOUSE, Chinese
Hall, 539 Bread way.—Open every night, by the celebrated
Buckley’s New Orleans Serenaders, tne oldest established and
mest talented company in existence, being the first to introduce
harmony into an Ethiopian entertainment—til© first to sing Ope
ratic Choruses, perform Burlesque Operas, &e. ; likewise, all
Operatic Choruses, now snug by other “bands,” were first ar
ranged (nt the expense of labor and talent) by Buckley’s Sere
naders. The management has the honor of announcing that the
Concerts of this company will still be conducted in its present
fashionable style—“fun without vulgarity.” Concert courmen
ecs at 7X o’clock. Admission, 25cents. BUCKLEYS, Proprie
tto-r ; R. Bishop Buckley. Musical Director.
N. B —A Grand Sacred Concert Sunday Evening, Christmas
Day, Dec. 25fh.
Ba lls and private parties
supplied with Violin. Harp and other instruments by J.
CROWE. Would play the Violin alone if reauired. Two good
Viol ns for sale. Also, lessons given on the Violin. A Dancing
Academy can be furnished with good, Violin Players who
understands to call tbe figures Apply at 42 Elm st., near Pearl '
st., (up stairs,) New York.
PARTIES FURNISHED WITH
ADDITIONAL instruments
By P. BROWN, 123 Spring street.
SIGNOR BLITZ,
STUYVESANT INSTITUTE, 659 BROADWAY,
Come and Laugh. The Secret of Life Is to be Happy. The
Ear amuiied, the Eye deceived, and the Mind astonished Spirit
Rapping and Table Movement introduced and explained. Ven
triloquism. Magic, and the Learned Canary Birds, EVERY
EVENING at o’clock, and Wednesday and Saturday After
noon nt 3.
Admission 25 ets. Children
WLL SOON ’CLOSE—BANVARD’S
HOLY LAND, AT THE
GEORAMA, 596 BROADWAY;
exhibited every evening, Sunday Evening included, at 73a
o’clock; presenting in minute detail all tbe Cities, Mountains,
Plains, and Rivers mentioned in the Bible; being the longest
Pan' rama ever painted either in this country or Europe.
Admission, 25 cents. Front 50 °enta.
/2* YMNASTIO INST IT U T E—6oo
KIT BROADWAY; entrance 114 Crosby st , near Houston.
Class for Ladies (exclusively) Tuesdays and Fridays, 7% it.
“ Gent'emen, Mondays, Thurtdays and Saturdays, “
“ Children every afternoon.
Fencing instruction will be given at any time.
Admittance free, exespt Tue'day and Friday evenings.
FRANCIS DENFELD. Director.
Anatomical musmum 3oo,broad-
WAY.—Strangers coming from abroad to visit the Crys
tal Palace, cannot return home and say they have bsen at all the
places of unusual interest in ths city, without examining the
magnificent and very costly collection of Anatomical Mutter,
showing the wonderful structure as well as the many diseases to
which the human body is subject, contained in tho spacious gal
leries of tho Anatomical Museum, 300 Broadway.
It was some short time since stated to a vast assemblage of
some of our most respectable citizens, by Dr. Valentine Mott, of
this city, who it is w-41 known cannot be excelled by any one
of his profession, “That it was a place that should be visited by
all classes.” Wendesdays exclusively for Ladies, from 12 to 4
o’clock. s2?* Admission, 25 cents.
UJNION COURSE, L. L, RUNNING
WEDNESDAY, Dec 21d.
P. M.—Pu’S* ard Stake of SSOO Mile
Heats, h.st 3in s—carrying 123 th. A.
Carpenter > amts b. m. Lady Shark
hones. Mr. J.Turner names ■. m.Lady 7... ,-, CT frih
Difebe Stages leave Gr* v d ■ and Peck Slip ferries, William©-
burgh, everv ralf hour during t-e day. N. R. Season Tickets
rot admitted on this vccaaion. Shou-.d it prove stormy on that
day, it will take place tr>e next 'air d y.
' A UCTION SALE OF ELEGANT
Z.V HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE -To-morrow, MONDAY,
at o’clock. Positive sale by Catalogue of ell the El-gant
Furniture contained in house No. 72 Eighth Avenue, aonalsting
of Two elegant French Pier Glasses, Velvet and Tapestry »sar
pots; with three-ply Carpets on all the upper rooms; magalfi
cont Rosewood Secretary ana Etteuere combined. Rosewood
Centre and Pier Tables, Elizabethian and Arm Chairs, Mah->g.
ar-d Cottage do., Laci Curtains and Shades, Ornolu and Inlaid
Clocks, rich Bisque F’gures, Mantel Ornaments, Statuary Mar
ble do. Also, Richly Carved Rosewood seven-octave Piano-
Foite; with a number of beautiful Landscape Paintings. Bed
roc m Furni'ure : Rosewood Bureaus and Washstands to mat?h,
Mahogany do., French Bedsteads. Hair Mattresses and Pallias
ters to fit, elegant Feather Beds. Blankets. &c. Sofas, Lounges,
Mahogany and Cottage Chairs, Book Casas. With a great qu&n
tty of Basement and Kitchen Furniture, Silver Ware, rich
China Setts, Crockery, 4c. Catalogues at the llou’e. Sale
Positive—rain or shine. Deposit required of every purchaser.
R. W. WESTCOTT, Auctioneer.
CW. ’HOLMES, AUCTIONEER—
• ‘PEREMPTORY AND ATTRACTIVE SALE OF ELE-
GaNT FURNITURE.—C. W. HOLMES will sell on TUES
DAY, Dec. 2>‘ : h, at o’clock, the entire contents of the four
-Bioi y house, No. 120 Forty-fifth street, near Broadwty, consist
ing of elegant Rosewood Suites in French Satin Brocatelle,
superior Rosewood Piano Forte, of fine tone and fully warrant
ed : richly Carved Rosewood Marble-top Center Tables : Rose
wood Quartette Tables and Corner Etegeres; Tapostry and
Three-ply Carpets, Lace Curtains, Betas, Lounges, Easy and
Sawing Chairs, Spring-seat Parlor Chairs and Rockers, very
fine Mahogany Extension Pining Tables, Mahogany French
Bedsteads, best Curled Hair Mattresses, Quilts, Blankets, Ma
hogany and Marble-top Dress Bureaus and Wash Stands, Gilt
Toilet Seta,«.tine Oil Paintings and Engravings, gold band and
decorated China Tea Seta, elegant Vases and Mantel Ornaments,
Silver Plated Ware, Ivory Cutlery, Crockery and Glass Ware,
At Sale positive, and a deposit required from all purchasars.
Target w heaths, bouquets’’
HEAD DRESSES, and all kinds of Flowers, eheaper for
c»sh than any other store. The largest store and best stock in
the line in the United States. Fifty Girls wanted.
T. PRICE. 45 Divisions st.
MILKER’S PATENT IRON STAIRS
possess the following advantages over the old plans:
They are
TWENTY PER CENT. CHEAPER,
—and cost but
little mere than wood. . . , ,
They are lighter and stronger in consequence of the balusters
and hand rail forming the entire carriage of the steps.
The steps, whether of wood or iron, ean be renewed when
w< rn out, without removing the balusters or hand-rail.
The balusters, from the peculiar construction of the stairs, can
never become loosened, and other advantage® will be apparent
upon an examination of th® models and plans at the
MANUFACTORY, 26 WEST BROADWAY, M. Y.
For nbw haven, hartforh,
WBIHSFIBLD, N-OBTH-AMFTOM, 40.
—Dally Line.—(Snaday 6x«pte<l)—From East C
Hlvor uloumboat plaeo, P»wk slip— For New W.-
voo, ibo Steger TKAVBLLK3, Capt. J. M. Lewis, wIU loav,
as above .very afleraovß. at 3 o’«look. Botarning, l.ave Nrw
Haven every ovvnieg at 1 -,’alook, Freloht taken as nsnal.
HARTFORD—IMroot The new .nSdegant sleamer
6BANITH STATE, Captain Jos.ph H. King, wffl leave M
above every Monaay, Wednesday, tusd Kridav afternoon aS a
o-olrwk. Fjelgl.t»akia B
river.
N. B. Th© above beats have large and •omraodlous state roams,
not inferior to anv bo&ta oo the Sonnd, and every
for the safety ana eewfort of passengers. r
For GR»NPOKT and SAG HARBOR—The steamWTß
LAND BELLE will eenneet with the GRANITE STATE at
Staybroek, and forward passengers to the above place© tho «jm®
evening. Fare Through, $1,50. ¥_
For further intormation, enquire of G. W.
Pearl street; or ALLEN 4 CO., Freight Agents, 118 South ©k,
upstairs.
T?OR BRIDGEFO RT.—THROUGH
JL ln4hour»—For fifty ©entfl-Oonnee*ing with
fthe Hensatoui®, Mangataok, and Now Havqqß.
roads.-Th® stoamer CATALINE,Capt. G.
will leave from Pe«k Slip, 3. R., every Monday, Wednesday and!
Friday morning, at 10 o’eleek. Returning—leave Bridgeport
every Tuesday, Thursdav and Saturday morning© at X of 8 o»-
eleek. N. B.—Freight for Bridgeport and above roads taken at
lowe«trate®. The CataHno has ©very arrangemenl&r the com
fort and safety ef passengers. For farther bLformition anply to
G. W. CORLIES, P®arl «ir®ei, or ALLEN A CO.. JfreLS
Agents, 118 South street, up stairs. ’
THE NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL
UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS.—The
ships composing this Ito® are the following :
LANTIC, Captain West; PACIFIC, Captain
ARCTIC. Captain Luee ; BALTIC, Captain Comstook ; ADRI
ATIC, Captain Grafton. These ships having been built br
oenteaet expressly for Government servfee. every car® has bem
taken in their eonstmetion —as in their ®ngines—to ensure
Strength and speed, and their accommodations for passengers are
unequalled for elegance and comfort. Price of passage front
Mew York te Liverpool, in first cabin, $l2B ; in 2d cabta, s7frt
exclusive use of extra-siaed state-rooms, S3OO. Frem Llverrxxd
to New York, £3O and £3O. An cxncnonced Surgeon attached
to ©aeh ship. No berth secured until paid for.
PROPOSED DATES OFBAILING.
PKOM NEW YORK. PROM LIVBRYOOZw
Boinrdiw Dec. 24,1852. [ Wcdaeedav Dea. 98. 185$
For freight or passage, apply to HOWARD K. COLLINS 4
CO., M Wall street. New York: SHIPUEY 4 CO-
Liverpool; E. G. ROBERTS 4 CO., 13 King’s Arms Yard!
London; JOHN MUNROE 4 CO.. 26 Rue Notre Dame des
Victories, Faris: or GEO. H. DRAPER, Havre. Tbe owners
of these ships will not be aeeountable for gold, silver, bnllion.
specie, jewelry, precious stones or metals, unless bills of ladfaiff
are signed therefor and the value thereof therein expressed.
"W ELLSTFARGO & CO., CALIFOR.
V f NIA EXPKBSS, OFFICE 16 WALL ST.
Under tban«w arrangsment of lb. U.S.M. aud P.M.
Steamship OmpMiM, we dispatoh a We«kly
press for Panama, California, Oregon, and Sandwich Islands, in
charge of special messengers, on the Sth, 12th, 2>)th and 28th o£
ILLINOIS, GEORGIA, EL DORADO,
with the steamers “GOLDEN GATE,” “JNO. L. STEVENS,»»
SStvt steamship line fer San
WELLS, FARGO 4 GO., IS Wall et. Srs. Hurtado I Hbb
manos. Agents at Panama, N. G.
ES. MAIL LINE FOR CALIFORNIA
• UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMSHIP
-ConuMSay with ths Pacific Mall Steamship
Uwopway-Carrylas tks Grsi U. S. Mail for f 1
CALIFORNIA A OREGON,
VIA ASPINWALL AND PANAMA.
Alst a Sond-mouihly Lin, bstween New Yarlt, Havanl, ■uiC
New Orleans,
©AILLING AT $ O’CLOCK, F. M., FROM FOOT WARRBK ©7338T,
MOUTH RIVER.
The U. S. Mail Steamship Co. intend to dispatch direct to A>
pinwall, in the month of August, th® following steamship© :
NSW YORK AND CALIFORNIA LINS.
■’ GEORGE LAW. Capt. John McGowan, December 20th.
Connecting at Panama with the PACIFIC MAIL STEAM
SHIP COMPANY, as follows:
GOLDEN GATE. Capt. C. P. Patterson.
Through tickets, (except crossing the Isthmus) can be had at
LOWMT RATES, on application at 177 West street, to
CHAS. A. WHITNEY.
Freight or passage ©an be had on application at the Company’®
office, 177 West street, corner Warren street, where additional
fcnfermutlon eaa be obtained on application in person or by letter
IAN (J FORTES—THK FINEST AS
sortment of Piano Fortes in the city, may
found at the Warerooms of N. P. B. CURTIS. No. 447
Broadway, eonrirting of George How’s celebrated ■’ f TTY
American Patent Aebien Pianos, and a variety ef New York and
Boston make, with and without the JSolian. Also. Boudoir and
secondhand Piano© for sale or to let. N. P. B. ©URTIS, No.
447 Broadway.
"MESSRS. LIQHT'E & NEWTON, IN
J_yJL ooneequenoe of the increased demand, and un-.__jtr-»-
rivalled popularity of their PIANO FORTES,
extended their business, and opened a ware-room in»IT Rif
Broadway, Ne. 006, where we shall constantly keep a ehoice ees
lection of our Piano Fortes, from to 7% octave, in Rosewood
cases, with all the latest improved patterns. We shall also con
tinue to keep a full assortment of instrument© at our manufactory
and warereoms, No. 22 Canal st. All Professors, amateurs, and
those who anticipate purchasing, are respectfully invited to eaU
and examine. All orders from the city or country punctually
executed.
PIANOS FOR SALE.—AT NO. 358
Broadway, (up stairs) a variety of 6X and 7
octave rosewood Piano Fortes, warranted to give satis
fhetion In every respeet, or no sale, for cash or ap- H' I WIT
proved paper. Pianos on hire. JAMES THOMPSON.
BASS FORD, PIANO FORTE
• MANUFACTURES WARE ROOM,
BROADWAY, N. I. Plano, are highly
ommended by the profession, particularly a© to the ac- ’ I » »TT •
tion, which, by a slight, though imp'ertant alteration, add©
greatly to the power, brilliancy of tone, and facility of executing
repeating passages. The wood material is kiln dried, and the
workmansnip or the best; the assortment is large, embracing
all tho various styles of cases from the plain ©quara te the richly
carved Grand. We invito attention and comparison, as we feel
assured that these lustrummite are oqaal to any in market, and
we offer them at 10 per cent, less than th® usual prices. The
Trade will be liberally dealt with.
Samuel C. Jollih publisher ef JULLIEN’S popular mus!c r
has a large awortment of these Pianos fer ©a 1 !® at hi© Music
Store. Ne. 300 Broadway.
ALLET, DAVIS & UU.’S PIANO
FORTES, with or without the : andL.—vtihjw
LEMUEL GILBERT’S Boudoir Piano Fortes, forSd&CT
small mi»o. New York wareroems at T. S. BERRY. ’ * f r. I F
2»IT Broadway. Philadelphia wurerooms at J. E. GOULD 4
CO.’S, successors to A. Fiot, 160 Chesnut st. These celebrated
Boston manufeeturers, in order the better to supply their
Southern and Western custom era, have arranged with him to
keep a large and full stock of their Pianos in connection with
his well-selected stock ef New York and Philadelphia instrs- /
mente. Thek Pianos have been too long known in all parts of /
tbe United States te need commendation. No instruments for the >
parlor ig so desirable as H. D. 4 Co.’s newly improved jEolian •
Piano ; while for small rooms, Lemuel Gilbert’s Boudoir, with ‘
his late improvements, are unsurpassed. These Pianos are all/
fully guaranteed, and offered at wholesale or retail, at the ©am©/
prices as at the manufactory. He also keep the best assortment
of second-hand Pianos in the city; also Melodeons, lie hs*»
the poost extensive CATALOGUE OF MUSIC and MUSIC(AL
WORKS, and is constantly adding thereto. Ha can supply
the trade, seminaries er sokools at the fewest rates. T.jifc
BERRY 297 Broadway, N. Y. J. E. GOULD A CO., 3nccetv>or*
to A Fiot, 160 Che&tautet., Swaim’s Buildings. Philadelphia.
PIANO FORTES.—V. F. HARRISON
respectfully informs his former customers, and
the public in general, that he continues his manufam
■ tery aud ware rooms at 37 Mercer street, betwaen 7 *? ’■iff
Grand and Broome, where may be found a splendid assortment
ef Piano Fortes, from 6% to 7X octavo, with the late l -.5 im
provements
IAN O-FORTES—JAMES PIRSSON
respectfully informs his friends and the public
that he nas removed his Piano-Forte Warerooms
the elegant saloon No. 483 Broadway, over tho en-»if»T?
trance to Wallack’s Theater, where he will keep constantly on
hand a pplendid assortment of Piano-Fortes or his own manu
facture, and also those of other makers, from the lowest price
Piano up to his splendid grand Pianos at SI,OOO each. Ha will
also keep an assortment of new and second-hand Pianos to let 1
on hire. Pianos bought and sold, exchanged and repaired. N.
B. No connection with any other establishment.
Fat cattle extraordinary—
Nine of the best Cattle that ever stood to-
gether in America. These Cattle were exhibited ?%W
at the World’s Fair in Forty-second street, New
York. The above Cattle were pu:chased by Mr. 41 Ji
JAMES IRVING, of Washing! on Market, and will be exhi'-i-.ed
in the Park on Sunday, the 18th inst, and exposed for sale at
his Stall, 22 Washington Market, on the 24th of December. ’
AYER’S PILLS.—A new and singularly
successful remedy for the cure of all Billions
diseases—Costiveuess, Indigestion, Jaundice, Drop- Ifeft «
sy, Rheumatism, Fevers, Gout, Humors, Nervous- )
ness, Irritability, Inflammations, Headache, Pains
in the Breast. iSide, Backhand Limbs, Female Com-Cf
Elaints, 4c., 4c. Indeed, very few are the diseases JL/gVM
i which a purgative J-edicine is not more or
required, and much sickness aad suffering might be 1
prevented, if a harmless but effectual Cathartic were more freely
used. No person can feel well whilo a costive habit of bady
prevails; besides it scon generates serious aud o r ten fatal disea
ses, which might have been avoided by th® timely and judicious
use of a good purgative. This is alike true of Colds, Feverish
symptoms, aud Billons derangements. They all tend to become
or produce the deep seated and formidable distempers which load
the hearses all over the laud. Hence a reliable family physic Is
of the first importance to the public health, and this Pill ha©
been perfected with consummate skill to meet that demand. An
extensive trial of its virtues.by Physicians, Professors and Pa
tients, has shown results surpassing any thiug hitherto known
of any medfeine. Cures have been effected beyond belief, were
they not substantiated by persons of such exalted position and
character as to forbid the suspicion of untruth.
Among the rniinent gentlemen to whom we are allowed to re
fer for these facts, are
Prof. Valentine Mott, the distinguished Surgeon of New
York city.
Doct. A. A. Hayes, Practical Chemist of the Port of Boston,
and Geologist for the state of Massachusetts.
Ira L. Moore, M. I) , au amineat Surgeon aud Physician, of
the City of Lowell, who has long used them in his extensive
practice.
H. C. Southwick, Esq., one of the first merchants in New
York cHy.
C. A. Davis, M. D , Sup’t and Suygeon of the United Stete©
Marine Hospital, nt Chelsea,
ISDid space permit, wo could give many hundred such name©,
from all parts where the Phis have been used, but evidence even
more convincing than the certificates of those eminent public
m®n is shown in thoir effects upon trial.
These Pills, tbe result of long investigation and study, are
offered to the public as the best and most complete which the
present state of medical science can afford. They are compound
ed not of the drugs themselves, but of the medicinal virtues only
of Vegetable remedies, extracted by chemical process in a state
of purity, and combined together in such a manner as to insure
the best results. Thin system of composition for medicines haa
been found in tho Cherry Pectoral and Pills both, to produce a
more efficient remedy than had hitherto been obtained by any
pieces- Tho reason is perfectly obvious. Wnile by the old
mode of composition, every medicine is burdened with more
or let-s of acrimonious and injurious qualities, by this each indi
vidual virtue only that is deaired for the curative effect is preent.
All the inert aud obnoxious qualities of each substance employ
ed are left behind, tho curative virtues only being retained.
Hence it is self-evident th» effects should prove as they have
proved more purely remedial, aud the Pills a surer, more pow
erful antidote to disease than any other medicine known to the
world.
As it is frequently expedient that my medicine should ba taken
under the count el oft u attending Physician, and aa hecould
net properly judge of a remedy without knowing its composi
tion, I have supplied tbe accurate Formulae by vzhich both my
Pectoral and Pills are mado to ’he whole body of Practitioners
in the United States and British American Provinces If, how
ever, there should be any one who hag not received them, they
■will be promptly forwaidedby mail to his address.
Of all the Patent Medicines that are offered, how few would be
taken if their composition was known! Their life consists in
their mystery. I have no mysteries.
The ci mpoßitiou of my pieparations is laid open to all men,
and ail wfeo aie competent to juuge on the subject, freely ac
knowledge their convietious of thoir intrinsic merits. The
Cherry Pectoral was pronounced by scientific mon to oe a won
derful medicine before its effects were known. Many eminent
Phyftiqiaut- have declared the same thing of my Pills, aud even
more confident ly. and are willing to certify that their antipa
tiuns were,more than realized by their effects up?n trial.
*l'hey operate by their power : ul influence on theintomal vi*-
cora to purify the blood aud stimulate it into healthy action—
—remove the obst-ructions of the stomach, bowels, liver, and
other organs of the b«dy, restoring thoir irregular action to
health, ar.d by correcting, wherover they, exist, such derange
ments as are the first origin of disease.
Being sugar wrapped they are pleasant to take, and being
purely vegetable, no harm can arise from their use iu aay quan
tity.
Fer minute.directions, see the wrapper on-tho box.
PREPARED BY
JAMES C. AYER,
Practical and Analytical Chemist,
LOWELL, MASS,
Price, 25 Centa per Box. Five Dexes for sl.
B3T Soldft>y-A. B. 4 U. SANDS aud RUaHTON, CL4RK &
CO , New YoiSt; an;! generally.
rpHE RENO
_fl_ LOWAEY’fVQIN TMISNT.—This extraordinary Unguent is
composed of the uujai healing Bal-ams, aud when used in ac
cordance with the directions which accompany each pot, will
insuie cures when all other means fail! Cases of tho most des
perate Skin diseased readily yield to its efficacy. It is famous
when used in case^ ‘of Gout, Rhenmaifom, Contracted or Stiff
Joints. Iu Asthmas it will do wonders if well rubbed into the
Chest
A MOST ASTONISHING CURE OF SCROFULOUS UL
CERS—A CASE CERTIFIED BY THE MAYOR OF
BOSTON. ENGLAND.
Cqjw/ of a Letter from J. Noble, Esq:, Mayor of B.ston, Lincoln
, shire.
To ProfoßMir HOLLOWAY:
Dear Sir: Mrs. Sarah Dixon, of Liquorpond streot, Boston, has this day
deposed kofore me that for a considerable period she was sove ely afHicted.
with Scrofulous Sores and Ulcers in her arms, feet, legs, and other part®,
of her hotly; und although the first of medical advice - as obtained, at the
cost of a large sum of money, she obtained no abatement of suffering, but
gradually grew worse.
Being recommended by a friend to try your Ointment, she procured a
small pot and a box of the Pills, and before that was all used, symptom®
of amendment appeared. By persevering with the medicines for a short
time longer, according to the directions, and strictly adhering to your
rules as to diet, &c., «ho was perfectly cured, and now enjoys the best of
health. 1 remain, Dear Sir, yours truly,
Dated August 12i.1i, 1853. (Signed) J. NOBLE.
AN EXTRAORDINARY AND RAPID CURE OF ERYSIP
ELAS IN THE LhG, AFTER MEDICAL AID HAD
FAILED.
Copy of a Le ter from Mrs. Elizabeth Yea es, of the
Aidwick Road, near Bognor, SuB6M, dated Jun. 12th, 1853.
To Professor HOLLOWAY :
Sir: I suffered for a considerable period from a severe attack of Eryaip
elas, which at length settled in my leg, and resisted all medical treatment.
My sufferings were very great, and 1 quite despaired of any permanent
amendment, when I was advised to have recourse to your Ointment and
Pills. I did so without delay, and am happy to say the result was emi
nently successful, for they effected a radical cure of my leg aud restored
me to tiie enjoyment of health. I shall ever speak with the utmost confi
dence of your medicines, and have recommended them to others in this
neighborhood similarly afflicted, who derived equal benefit.
1 am, Sir, your obliged and faithful servant,
(Signed) ELIZABETH YEATES.
Tbe Pi lls should be used conjointly with the Ointment in most
of the following coses :
Bad Legs, Cl tie go-foot, Fistulas, Sore-throats,
Bad breasts, Chilblains. Gout,
Buras, Chapped-nandg, Glandular Swellings,Scurvy,
Bunions, Corns, (Soft) Lumbago, " Sore-heads,
Bite of Moeche- Cancers, Piles, Tumors,
toesand Sand-Contracted and Stiff Rheumatism, U.cers,
Flies, Joints, Scalds, Wounds,
Coco-bay, Elephantiasis, Sure Nipples, Y aws,
Sold at the Kstabßzhinent of Profeßt>or HOLLO STAY, 741
Strand, (near Temple Ba-,) London, and also at his House in
New York. Orders foi M.dfeinea in tbe States, addres.cd •*T.
HOLLOWAY, New York.” will receive due attention Sold,
also by all respectable Druggists and Dealers in Medicine©
'throughout the Un’rod States di Ito s, at 37Ja cents, 87 cents and
If 0 cents tach. To be had Wholesale of the Principal Drug
Houses in thr. Union.
JBS?* There is a consider able saving by taking tjhe larger sizes.
N. B Directions for the guidance of patients in every disor
der are affixed to each Pot.
MATIOjTN DPA B~Y LITI O
REMEDY. —These purgative Powders are one of the most
valuab e prepa: aliens kiiowr* fur Rheumatism. Thoir action
end operation appear to be a specific i f not infallible. They aro
also highly rßComir.ended for Paralysis. The annexed list of
person.is given as references, of the curative properties o’ those
Powders: Aaron Swarts, Pest Office, Cha'ham Square; John
Piitchard, commission merchant, cor. o! South aud Montgomery
sts.; Elestus Comfort, 216 Clinton st ; Cornelius Hulshart, 39
Hester M.; Michael Moller 592 Water st.; aud George Low, 53
Walnut st , Newark.
Forked River, Ocean County, Now Jersey, Arril sth, 1853.
Sir: Last winter I wa» confined with a very severe attack of Rheuma
tism, on board of my schooner at the wharf foot of xMarkatist. I found no
relief from the excruciating pains of this disease, by using several of the
remedies which hud boon recommended to mo. Happily, Air, John
Pritchard advised me to try your Rheumatic remedy, which I did, and I
now have the pleasure to inform you that it has cured me of that terrible
disease which nad tormented me at intervals for the past fifteen years.
Yours, truly, Capt. JOHN BUNNKiX.
Sir. diaries Fox.
These Powders are pnt up in Boxes, and the directions labelled
on them. Price 75 cents par box.
Prepared and sold wholesale and retail by CHARLES
F(’E, No 173% Division st.
Sold aloe- by JOHN SLATER. Bookaeller and Stationner,
No. x-04 Chatham Square.
WHIPS 1 VVHIPS 1 1 WHIPS !1! CL
P. CALDWELL, having received a Gold Medal at the
American Institute for the best a:gortment of Whips, would re
spectfully inform his numerous friends and customers, that he
continues to soil, wholesale and retail, at his stores. 260 Pearl
street. New York, and 4 North Fourth street, Philadelphia, hi©
splendid agsf-rtment of Whips and Canes of his own manufacture
at the lowest market price, which embrace tue most magnificent
French and English styles. Dealers are respectfully invited to
call and examine my stock before purchasing elsewhere as I will
give my friends a good article for the same price that they would
nave to pay elsewhere for a common one. C. P. CALDWELL,
260 Pearl street, New York, and 4 North Fourth street, Phila
delphia. ’
TROW BkDSTKADS.—UO M STOCK!
J_BROMLEY 4 CO., Atlantic Foundry, South Brooklyn, man
ufacture every description of plain and ornamental Iron Bed
steads with particular regard to style, material and workmanship.
Sales Room No. 95 Ixjonard st., New Yerk, one door west of
Broadway.
FOLDING BEDSTEADS OF ALL KINDS.
Hotel, Hospital Prison, Family, Servants and Children’s Bed
steads always on hand. Also a general assortment ®f Iron Fur
niture.
- >3“These Bedsteads are superior to all other in point ofclean
liaens, neatness aud economy. They are always free from ver
min, and are exceedingly durable, portable and convenient.
Orders to any extent may be addressed to
x COMSTOCK, BROMLEY 4 CO.,
No. 95 Leonard st.
pLOTBING FOR FALL AND WINTER
VJ WEAR.—JOHN K. HORA, 139 Fulton street, N.Y.. keep#
constantly on baud a general assortment of Read? Made Cloth
ing, consisting of a good assortment of Dress and Frock Coate,
Over Coats, Over Sacks, Tahnas, Dorsays, Palitos andallkiad©
Of Business Coats, together with a large assortment of blk Doeskin
Fants, Fancy and Black Cossimere and Cloth Pants. Also,
Cloth, Satin, Valencia, Toilinette, Fancy Silk, and a variety or
the new stylo Silk Velvet Vests. Likewise a good supply of
Cloths, Casflimeres and VesiingjWhich will be made upto ®rd«
at the shortcet notice. JOHN K. HORA, 139 Fulton-streot.

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