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■f ; 1. > r ^ w ^ - M ^ S y a W ic c o . , ' - • \ ^ m ^ w - ^ s s r ^ - I . . aapcK tw c H a wMtx^ * f « ^ ’ ^ s f e - - - - » \ \ “ • B S ? “ for tike EreaAcademT-rToCar- peaters* M asons and H o t Air S^rjiace , j s f s ” i f r £ , f S , i j ? ^ Boradol Ed:lattOD. PT^CtlT'VP <Ol Fret- ^ fV n y imtBittee of tbo Boso-d of aUoo^r^^^e required Kortli an^ Bonds isiie penal sum of one third: the Of ibe cont»ci, with ivvo .niatiesj, whose oomi a«test in wfting. at the tUne of making, the \°\ s M'*° “ r T > S r s g ; K j . ' ° •antifnl and retired places in NeW loekTaiiiM»d Sok L«: W f f e ^ a . . ° . . S g f d T S - ^ ? S ined of Mr. LBGGBTT* qmiTteis—^threO of twelve wMks ea suimiterquarter, often weeks. ioterdsls are affectt from the date’of this notice. ftlARTlJr E. THOMPSON, Sfrdt GbrnnoTssloner antrchalrman of the Asaessow. . gtrcet^om«iis3rioner’» ofSce, i i ! October 13, 1847, { ________ ol2 IPt . 2 . f £ . . \ ; a s a s r . ! ^ ? s b ‘;.ffi!“i s x i . r M r a K S SopErtnteiideM cfBaiwing). ± 1 S « M S T f _ - P S ----------------------------------- “3S tPSON. Sueet Commissioner. B47 ‘ S ol3 lOt Alfjernen:— To lave a sewQi constiueied In Greenwich street, from s a s L ^ r s i ' ^ ^ f s * '• '>” Commissioner. Tp have the name cfWalmit street changed to Jackson TP W e vacant lots on the southerly side of 17th street, between Irvins Place and 3d Avenue, and In Irving Place Xvennes regu All pe^OBS Intereiled In the above propositions, having “ ' ' m A R ^ 'E . THOMPSON, Street Co^lssloner. S f r e e t C g ^ . s O « c o , } l l ! e r j M ? n r 3 £ 3 H S ‘X ¥ . t s r s a ‘' “ ‘ Tp-have 4^stslreej, between Broadway and 6ih Avenue, . 3 . ^ S K E S “ t ~ » * \ .Ap persons interested In the above propositions, having = s s ? r } s s r « s r ; . “ 5 .’i a i S 5 \ . ' r i j : Retf. Wni. PjowcU, is now ofiered at privatk - sALEfJiaYiog been divided by ajadiuoos surveyor into Jots of one or s ^ , i s - s s s j ; f S s £ t j E r r « ? c S s s ; «,ely small « p e w e Mfl not,object toCoiporallDo AweiV who wish to combine retirement, economy of house rent. cle opinio^e f S j r S p ' ^ S j i s n l j S ^ '’' ncvv York,March 5 IW , s S . * b ^ 5 ^ ^ , s ™ s a S d S \ s K d f ; ; t e ! utitain ibe fiattenog testimonial of his patrons wlli be ) r , pared on the part 01 the undersigned, , ptdt ------------------------ p i i s S s i S S s s s S ”: £ ^ ; w ? „ ' a i s K a s s n . ? — Lecture Lessons. Exercise Riding. » lS 'n s . n r : ; ; v .T o S 8 l ,S S S ;r .v .; ;: '\ ,! ! S ' » n s n s E ; - ' ; l i “■» ^^i^^y^H^ghly trained and quiet Horses, fox the Spadoi ^ w ; i s . \ i s ; s £ S s , r \ r a ». T s i : h x 5 i f e s ; ! s T i . “5 ifs,“ ' P P K R CO N N E C T IO N S . S t e w a r t . B n s s i n S T & C o - Wholesale CONFEGTIUNERS. And Manufacturers efevery variety of Variegated and I. O Z e * n ' g E S , S U P E K I O B ’s r G A H GOODSs No. 418 PEARL STREET, One door below Aladlson st. New YpuK. Southern, Eastam and Western orders carefully packet in Boxes of 30,25,50 and 100 ponnds,^ and shipped to order jelOaod New York. Oct 5. 1847 ‘S S K S S S r S B 2 S t F V T c K . S * 4 S ^ a . t W s^eqUOtt o H h e S frota^ SlSSsBSSra?!’ ^°New June 8th', li?47. or?o*\eVch'^ngefuy ^anhe'B rie B a i l r ^ 't h r W e s S r p S T o 'f JIT , rearotAlechanics- Bank,W allst ^ . „ r c : . ' ? S t 5 S S K . l ? V S . S ' S V “ ’S HOLLV fe PAYR CS.NoCPlBe ,L - - V 5 S - S f j . * p ? i S ' S * T b * c \ p ? a i . ' ‘ ih« Stli Avenue. S i l s l S s i t i ' r \ j ^ i , i f s z i r s 3 S S f c “, w . ' s ; N rnTm ^iHa^street. .fed m .be vUlage^on r ^ n a h le f e r ^ . o y ^ .................. . i s s s s s « ^ „, ib^m o m b y ^ ^ m a m pa bond and mortgage. ^Addr i , ° S 2 S # s s e M ' R , S ‘ » B S r ? : , i i » s r - r ^ s ^ j g E c E \ 5 5 1 '' \ . # - . . .. .... . ■ Ip liS S i--\ graces and Bandages. order, expressly for the putpoi,. anted to give perfect satisfaction. R HOE & CO 2! W « N » L A N N E E D S fE K A O S . A V ^ % « s s \ i s s s r ~ “ *“ • E S .E G A N T O A B I S E T f E e S I T E R E . n p U B subscriberis consthuUy aqdlog^thepewest style JL^ of FornStore tohlslai^e.as.sQrtiinent. Forme— —r T p L , X X V . I * n l b M c ^ a l e g . CHiT| StMe|Ko;3®. -------- ..... HanlwAe» Hsisl Emste. a i '■■ ■! r i r i 1 ■ . ■ »■ ■ ; ' . '■ V ■ , ; ■ ^ ' ■ ■'■' -| - '. ' ■J, ' *„i-' ., ..f.... ~.r»- j j v r «»./. *i»T .1 , 1 . ■5^^'= - - ' . ........ ,.>n ■n»iijia • t i n . | N B i | Y Y O R K ; | F R I « 4 y O C T Q B E R _ J 5 . I f t B ; ; .; , N 0 . M n A ^ S A ^ R I>HKv No.S Lihertrst. MsandBfaees. gee’ S x - “ ■“ *'”\'\ 3 s & S 5 fBi 3 s a r 1 ? » r f i s , » s s a s f e l - - - ’-^A T lO . liSigiiSg ?3 nrevious to the day of jroamenitr^^^^^^ ■ '*T^^MbFtrthTquamu^ of kitcljen fumituie, with whioh the 5 i & f e . i S S B ' ” '*'“ ‘ ” ‘\ “ *‘’'\ * '* ' ' \ * “ ’•* JL of Furniture to his large. ss,sorttaent. Formote pa ticuiars, he would luvlie the public .to his Sales Booms 2 ’Broadway. • 1 bos constantly on hand and f bnmd,r?presented hy competent. _ any importeovol the following shapes— Not 1 and 2, ustfal thape-. Cnpflla, 19 to 321nch Large Bull Head Large and. small Key Smatf do Jaiiin Culvert EargheatlSBiall Wedge ~ jy 7 SplitpUt Graip Brfck, &c, Ite. Gratp Cheeks Soap S Ske«f Back ^ n u y for atr and blasr fnmacf>s.,ateJ. from some of t ol46st.ahd taxh^cohnu?. B K I T I ^ t ' ' WA l K E - JSo. e S p r u c e • t r e e * , iie a j r itie C i t y B u l l s N e w l o r i t - * K addition tohiansnalassortmt^t oriaigusizedL^ X IN« GI-aa-tPLATES of snpefior brilliancy and beanty. ana POLISHED PLATE GLASS for tSTORE andothei WINDOWS. SsoW,CA§ES. fcc-. which has been largely increawd.by recenttmiportatlqns , Large and Vtoa'ir 1 tecT p O L I3® B 'l^T ^ ^ ^ of sapertox coach LAMPS; GREBN HODSES. Theuseef tlBsgi^“ ^ ^ t n ^ ^ | ) f ^ ^ *o4 dweUto**; ‘* S ^ r m t » l S 3 / ^ ? ® m . h e R H y a u U g . caA« .hove. When pHca. wU.»- oil ________ tV«K»DHULL at HItmjKN. nrqoN a u A bba £ 87 South f t r S # £ f e a , t j ’S V ' f F E S S F S m i S S l i S L ' S P n h U e S t f e k . SATOBnAY.. t f )o thev^yBtfonmportatroDe __^^n.ea.k.'M a*4.liSSft^^^^^ Wm>. 4 Torpentme—674 bt ■■siaiss^. ' joaiAH RIOHAIUB^ Auiluonee. ^ B Y BAlVGEr R I C H A R D S & F I t A Y T , Store. No. B04 Broadway. |.iberal cash advances made pneonsl|(^SBta f^raustlei ’® Catalogues will be xeaiiy on Thuisday, 14tli Oct. BM K O Y A C G C K C E Y & C<>i 5 H I S S d S ? w & i ‘»?.’o liC owMra'*’'^' lilberaladvoncesmadeln cash on geoda consigne auetton sales. ___ ________ ) 'i s books, from libra- g.''\;;iv'al; Booki stands, iIcc. L o ^ ^ g l T.Ac.-Fioe Gold Pen*, Blank Books. Edlers.lnk ---- _,in9as>ortni«ntoratah<MJ«T„ blank books, gold pens, “ i l D i l * . S » T p a p A S J V « K S t ! l « toil ™ “■ S i w GEP. V. FINE, 8 a | e g , 1 ^ , CaialoittMantUaiBplM Oh ti| AtfOo'cIoc^lkeauctinn room credit of iix raonthi for eppro^ eqdoraed notcft CataloKu*!* tnd jS /x^m S ^ ® PeQUonoofefcWilf8“^ohn A. pij^on l&ving'ing Ihte >f tho above miihe.oirera^aprifatesale . I I ■ I ' „ l I I ai do Pick Locks HD do th entire agency B V H A ^ E ^ ^ p : * . “ M 5 K I K ! f i , L . . » „ , „ d » » . ™ A b^ 15 nalas red, white an^yellow plain and twilled all wool w CatalegueTandsJntf to the U8u|l mist? of paokagaa. to and table covers tly on the* '\-•-'“ \-and ‘samplKOn .Umornmgof sale. „ v 3 , « ^ % W c . , _ . a S S . S “ $ l l % 7 5 ? 2 3 - A £ m wn.LlAM BOBBE, Auctioneer. B Y VAN W Y C K & K O B B I s \toxB ------- - -p i gtrqet g No. l^wTlllafn st '§Ss|r!sS ick merino cloths and and colored silk s. far gloves, gajmtlets, ttm and dark fitch hemotnlng of salt GEORGE G. WBIMERPING Aucuoneer w i u n t E K B i N e & P t t i E S T & m o d : 'RoraNp..T'\ -------- - ----- , « ^ S d ? t e 4 » ’wince.-scarlet and ‘th.o“; ^ \ i ; « r a t i b r ' ‘ Ahb. 4 luge sise teadiog room ts Stove and pipe in excellent ordef; a offlee table, with a great vsfieffiot WM. flUMONtr Ailci h y h d i s o n ^ * h U St. l4inen 8tb aodldi aveui md about r t e r t i of Uad m tlia yiRtfa .BA --«m s: aIw.l:Iot F n i y m c s t a e g . •4 . * ----------------- «sm>u.-.riT.r.a'' A»eti*iiReMsr«riattsh»w. eehwofGtw : rp « . ' 0. PARKS, Anctloneer. B Y D . Y IE E iD S . Stole, 1781 Pearl s _________ ^rwYoKr. i October 14,1847, { 83r ThePresldeatand DIrectois’have thleydaY declared a dividend of Four per cent, for the current six months, and ----- •■'- —••—UockholetsonabdaflerthelstofNoi’ ’ By orderjtf the Board, ___ ROBERT ETRONO. Cashier. Omeg OF TH* Naw Y obk G, (Jir The President an,ld Directors 1. _______ ______ a dividend of Fonrand one half per cent, on the chplial stock of this Company, for the sir months ending 1st Au­ gust last, pavhble to tbeitockboldeta on and alter Monday she 1st November next. ' 1'he Transfer Book will be closed from the SStbi instant to that date. By order. 013 tNl ______ 0. L;EVBRITT,Seetetary. „ . . . ; r . ‘s s ; s » . L rsg i^isss= sl»T|Si&S”^isKlTS^ H A. C. FLAGG.CoinptfoUer 7th, 1847, , A. C. FLAGG, Comptroller. itef, as B 9 det captain orownen. 012__________A a SglGNETTE fc CO , 35 Beavar b U earner Newst w i i 7 t o : = „ i j „ , p i , r , 7 ’ \ \ IRIN BROOKS, 138EuUonsfreet, _____ _________ ^ __________ New York. T O i* K I N T £ R N . fT I O .B B SO L D . EHEAP FOR CASH, a Ramage JL PRINTING PRESS. Also.aci Imposing Stone, 4 feet 8 Inches bV 2 feet 3 Indies. Inquire a t the Evening Post Office, 18 Nassau street. _____________________ apl tt rriA .Y L O U 'S lUJfci ilK lE A M SALOON, 337 JL Broadway, opposite theTabemaele —Ladles vUiting \ ” “ « g l a c i ' ¥ h E M & . . 35 Broad street. ■KILANNELS—Plain, Twilled and Domestic, also pi an ancy co ^ _ 35 Biroad' st ^UOLORED JEANH—•I’wltleil Jeans, assorted colors V / heavy goods, very desirable for corset makers, fur sale V CHARLES C^aVlLLE, Maanfacturers agent, India Robber 1 den Lane Cor Nassan. ___________ 27MaK j p i G ‘•y oil 69 Broad st. ■ SL.I M a s a s ; ^ ; ? T . r s f ‘. K r , 2 f t ; t '. f 4 S ''.s foMaleby - .. ... ;8 CARVTLLE, 36 Broad si ____ -Double supufine. lOHN DUNCAN & SON, .407 Broadway. T iRSfA C E S .— ForteWe HM W __________ WM. VPBST.133 Hudst ... ____ & CO, 25 Broad street n R Q I Y N SBEET^GS AND SHIRTINGS,of the y U xtripe*, also, lor u le I *’Z a WRENCE, TRIMBLE fc iehor % a N1EL F. TIEMAaiNd? Burilngsllp *4 Sind 4-4, hi fT^^LTRAMAHlNB BLUB-Supertor w J cheap,t I Y’’<O p F e i 1 7 02 14 S=onlJi at; j U 0 8 S - l M b s t ^ » J ^ | : ^ ^ ^ S A I ^ I ^ | | « a f FRANCIS E LOOTRBL, MannfAcinrlsg ihsnioBers, 77 MaldeS, Lae8 Y im r a iT B wSX-4» J«les'cuba V’---- ------- - W todebe-mr.,.^^^ ies qu to White W«ijf*tm*(i LOB, 44 Southet. ^ ^ I ^ d e Htocovado Stw * : 3 « boxer Bk- vanado, MOSES TAYL0», 44 BontTiit. ’X O E E E E r INCH - N »LOODGOOD, 4Fl»fSt. qaalltrsraeeivtdaiii ty rapMlK qatUtr, c M iiat- , . -:Ry©H«d,YeR.’icCoi' S e ^ w i f e ^ ’idahk Send ■ ■—»\-- - •■ . a . . . - - ““•to E.toH-.*r—uuaipheid l e ^ ofilHC-^aieat^ jovernrnent from the epecu- T W JB T J S rrjE P ri^ F O S T e From the Ufica Democret, A KEY, Unlocki ng many political rpyetefies row much iti-, quired about; iBhd .showing that the past and pres differences iu the democratic party are diffefeo of principle ; that the radical-principle is democrat, i c ; and the ebnaefVattve principle is federal. QueBiioR. What general principle was involvea iq the contest pf the demoeratjftpatty-asuUistitlie United Answer, T h e separation of .government from the • T | a | S S S 3 S ' “- ^ pocketed the interest. The democratic: party re- r 4 S f . & & s , 7 5 ' S t . r s s t £ . ' 2 s the lederalists advocated the bank. Cause ; Thhmas isinby Andrew Jackson t | S , . laiionsot mercenary men. , tiers pay ihem mote than the goyernmeht price.— s . n ? . £ ' S ' :i«. cheeked the speculation of mercenary ntfeh in go- SP [.-verament landd This measure waS opphseifBy thi^\ **&< conservative leaders. ■ Q. What great measure distinguished the admin- ifiiration ot iylartin 'Van Boren 1 a : w « p S » . d & A. The separaiiQU of goverpmen.t lations of mercenary tr.en,i Q. How does tliia appear 1 A After the government funds were removed from the United States Bank they were placed in the hands pt these promise-to-pay companies, and.by them loan­ ed to each other; thereby speculatiog outhe g0,veru-' ment money and poeketing theioiefesl. The inde­ pendent ireasunea were established, and tftq govern- rnent Junds taken away froin the companies. This checked the ipeculation of jnercenafy men wilh the government funde. This nteasurc was opposed by “ '■“ w T t o S h ft. What great principle (among others) did it in- A- The separation of gove iaiions ot mercenary men. ft How does thiseppear I A. Three sources of spec ........ ..........-rtunes^out of coniracta fot constructing the canals. The policy of ’42 ch?pked the speculation of mercenary men in government stocks and govern­ ment contracts. This measute was; opposed by the ft. What great measure next distinguished the de- T X a S ? ” S L , o ,rfo » tutiotis Q. What great principle did it seek to engraft c the constitution 1 A. The separation of goyernmenl from lations of raercenaty men. ft. How does this appear I A. Projecis for railroads and canals were got up in every section of the stale, by men whp owned iands in the sections to be benefited. One was called the Northern Railroad, another the Southern KaUroad: . r i a r V i “ « t o « » r n . . r t s ^ government works This measure was opposed by '^'ft'wpt^waa the contest at the State Hemocratic A Wiether Azariah. C. Flagg should be nomina- ft. W hat great principle would his renominatibn. have Vindicated? . ' A The separation o f Kovernment fre at the specu- who endeavored to speculate on the government printing, which said Groswefl agreed to do for noth . ing rather than have it done by others at a reasonable compensation. These olairhs can agalnbe preferfedi and if these speculators can elect a man o f their own kidney, will no ddubt be allowed. , The nomination ofAzanahC Flavg would have defeated these spec- 'lilators, and vindicated a principle which has gtvet vitality to all the great democratic racasuresfrom tbt days of Jefferson to this hoi . of government from the s] men. This measure was o _ __ _ __ l l f W i i f S i M i i Martin Van Buren was sacrificed at the Baltimfire Conveniiott, alter he had received, the nominatjpn o f am ajori^ofthesiateS.' ' ! Silas Wright was sacrificed Rt the polls r year a^p. M ia ^ « d « | e # ( i l! I , 1 , H . , : * ■ “ ’ i; I -1 ' ’

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