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X i t m & Ornctt or Board of Health. }_ B rooklyn; T h u r s d a y , A u g . 9. \ P r e s e n t th e S a n i t a r y C o m m ittee. D u r in g th e l a s t 24 h o u r s t h e r e have been rep o r ­ te d t o th is office 29 cases o f E p id e m ic cholera, 14 o f w h ich p r o v e d fa ta l , v iz.: C a roline B a iley, M a in s t ; M ichael D e c n a ltz, B o r ­ m a n s t ; Ja m e s A n d e rson, W illow s t ; S a r a h R iley, B e rgen s t ; T h o m a s G-amar, H a m ilto n av ; R ich a rd H u r l e y , S ta t e s t ; T h o m a s Ju d g e , B o n d an d W a r ­ ren , st j M a r y D o w e ll, B o n d s t ; W m . 'Goodwin^ H ick s s t ; Ja m e s C o n n e r, W a t e r s t ; A n n B rady, H e n r y s t ; B e tsey B r o w n (col’d ) S a n d s s t ; M ich­ ael M c G o w a n , A m i ty s t ; K a b r in a S tap p lcb a c h , H ick s st. C hables JS. J . G oodrich , P h y s ician o f th e B o a rd. O ffice ok the B oard of H ealth , ) N e w Y o rk, T h u r s d a y , A u g . 9, 1849. f S ince la s t re p o r t th e r e h a v e b e e n rep o r ted 71 cases a n d S3 d e a t h s b y ch o lera. 5 2 68 1 28 0 1 W illiam st. “ 13 t h st. “ P r i v a te P r a c t i c e . S tan to n st. T h irty fifth st. H orse F ound . — Officer W r ig h t found a horse stra y i n g in th e stre e t la s t n ig h t, an d too k h im to Jo n e s ’ s ta b le s in F u l to n stre e t . A n y one hav in g lo s t an an im a l of t h e k i n d m e n tioned, can r e c o v e r him b y ap p l y i n g a t t h e stab le. O bstructions on the S ide - walk . — P a s s ing along B r id g e st. w e n o ticed a q u a n t i t y o f o ld b ricks, ly ing o n t h e side w a l k and in th e g u t t e r o f th e street co m p letely ob s tr u c tin g t h e p a s s a g e o f th e w a t e r a t t h a t p la c e . T h e s t r e e t insp e c to r should see t h a t th e y a r e s p e e d ily rem o v e d . C holera on the D ecline . — T h e r e is ev e r y rea son t o suppose t h a t th is fearfu l disease is now ou th e decline, th e re p o r t s o f t h e p r e s e n t w e e k show a d e c r e a s e o f 2 3 6 cases, a n d 104 d e a th s ; c o m p a red w ith t h e sam e d a y s of l a s t w e e k . T h e ty r a n t has h a d a n a b u n d a n t h a r v e s t, an d t h e r e s u l t is, m a n y a strick e n h e a r t , m a n y a d e s o late h e a r t h . W h e r e shall th e b e r e f t h u s b a n d , m o th e r , w ife, children, look f o r com fort, b u t t o h im w h o h a s th u s visited th e m w i t h affliction. H i s w a y s a r e in s c ru tab le, w h o m h e lb v e th h e ch a s ten e lli, an d it i s for th e ir ev e r lastin g good t h a t t h e y a r e th u s p l a c e d in aflic- tion. I n t h e p r a c tice o f h u m ility , an d in soliciting th e a id o f H is s u s tain in g h a n d , w e sh a l l alone be stren g th e n e d u n d e r th e s e g r e a t an d sore t r ials.— L e t u s p u t our w h o le t r u s t in him , an d a l l w ill be w e ll. S tances, w h e re child r e n h a v e b e e n r a is e d from d e g ­ rad a tio n to r e s p e c ta b ility , nn d p u t iu th e w a y of becom ing v a lu a b le m e m b e r s o f t h e c o m m u n ity, w h o b u t f o r t h e ex istence o f th is so c i e t y , w o u ld in a ll probability, h a v e becom e vagrants- I t is a com ­ m e n d a b le a c t o f c h a r ity . I t m a y n o t h e u n in terestin g to know t h a t G ari b a l d i , th e lead e r of t h e in s u r r e c tionists of R o m e , once k e p t a pu b lic house on S ix tli street, b e tw e e n P lum and W e s tern R o w , in th is city . H is houso w a s for som e tim e tlio s to p p in g placo of th e cele­ b r a ted C h a rles H a m m o n u , as editorials from his pen w ill show , ns an y m a n w h o has a file o r w h o reads his p a p e r m a y see. H e k e p t liquor, b u t his eatables uud fam iliar, y e t g e n tlem a n ly converse, form e d th e p r in c ip a l attra c t i o n s for H a m m o n d .— M any a tim e our old citizens inform us, did th e v e ­ teran editor r e fer to G a r ib a ld i as tlic prince of g o o d eating and good co m p a n --. F r o m G a r ibaldi’s in­ d u s tr y an d good m a n a g e m e n t in this city lie m a d e m o n e y , and w h e n he le f t for Ita l y , he rem a rked th a t his 825,000 cash th a t he h a d am a s s e d w o u ld m a k e him as w e a lth y iu R o m e as Griffin T a y lo r an d o th e r s o f g r e a t w e a lt h , the., w e r e considered ■ h e r e . A t the tim e he l e f t our c ity , q u ite a large m e e ting o f resp e c ta b le persons co n g r e g a ted a t his house, and th e p r o c e e d in g s o f th e m e e ting w e re published in tlie city p a p e r s of 1838. A grand su p p e r w a s p r e p a r e d am i p a r tak e n of, to a s ts drank, <fcc. A friend of ours, from w h o m wo obtain this inform a tion, rem e m b e r s a rem a r k o f G a ribaldi a t th e tim e . H e s a i d : -‘Before long there w ill be a revolution in E u rope, nnd I wisli to h a v e a hancl in it.” B y the late foreign new s i t w ill have been o b ­ serv e d t h a t liis nam e h a s fig u red largely.— C incin­ n a ti Commercial. G a ribaldi's nam e fig u r e d la r g e ly long before R o m e w a s called to r e s ist b a r b a r ia n F ran c e . H e w a s concerned in tb e a t t e m p t a t Italia n revolution several y e a r s ago, w liicli b a n ished him , M azzini H a r r in g an d others from Ita l y ; an d indeed, from m o s t of the d e s p o tic co u n tr ies o f E u rope. G a r i­ bald i's nam e has for m a n y y e a r s been fam iliar to S o u th A m e r ican ears, an d if h e m a d e m o n e y and fam e as a re s t a u r a n t k e e p e r a t C incinnati, lie m a d e m u c h m o re, esp e c ially of fam e , in b a ttlin g for S o u th A m e ricnn l i b e r ty . G a r ib a ld i is a thorough soldier, a sailor, a n d a p u r e p a tr io t. H is co u n tr y ­ m e n all love him , an d th o s e w h o know him p e r ­ sonally idolize him . H e is in ev e r y w a y f itted to com m a n d a p e o p le fiery an d b r a v e like the I talians. S tr a n g e , th a t A m e r ican j o u r n a ls in sp e a k ing of su c h m en, and of R o m e , can n o t use tlie w o rd r e ­ volution in s tead o f insurrection. T h e re has been no insurrection a t Rom e . LONG ISLAND CLOTHING WAREROOM. ^ 1 LOTHlXG ! CLOTHING !!—1TELEGRAPH LINE— Conducted on the CASH nud ONE I'RICK system* bv S. F. WlllTlNG, I32:uid 134 Fulton corner of Miuilugh sts?, Brooklyn, whero are now being opened si largo and newly manufactured assortment of CLOTHING, m;:deuj> ofthe most fiishionuble Loudon uud Paris style of Goods, all ot which will be sold at the LOWEST PRICK FOU CASH.” j 'I'he following list of prices will convince the most sceptical \ of the fact lhal New Vork clothing establishments are, and : henceforward will be unable to compete with the Telegraph Uno. \ Fine Press and Frock Coals, frotn ........ $fi 00 to SCO 00 J Fine Ofiiee imd walking coats .............. 1 00 ** 0 00 j Fine Pants—French Doeskin ................ 4 f>0 44 1) 00 Fine Pants—Plain and Fancy cassimere. 1 00 u 7 00 Fine. Vests* of all kinds ........................ ‘Jj 44 4 00 Just received a new and well selected assortment of French’ and Kngfish Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestings, wbich will be M Al)K TO < >KI)KK. in superior style, under the supervision of the subscriber, who would hereby invite his numerous friends und customers to pay him an earlv visit, at his new place of business. F. WlllTlXG, my24 tf of the lute firm of Stiiwell to Whiting. Books. A C ase . — D u r ing o u r p e r e g r in a tio n s y e s t e r d a y w e m e t a m a n com ing u p M a in s t . w h o w a s cer ta i n l y a “case” an d w h o , i f he h a d b e e n aw a r e w h a t a rediculous f ig u re b e c u t, w o u ld h a v e b e e n ov e r w h e lm e d w i t h sh a m e a n d confusion. T h e s ide w a lk w a s e n tirely too narrow for him , an d po s ts , b a r r e ls, an d ^ s h u tters w e r e c o n s tan tly p lacin g th e m ­ selves in his w a y , co t h a t h e co u ld sc a r c e ly avoid stu m b lin g ov e r t h e m , w h ile t h e houses a t - th e cor ners o f t h e s t r e e t s w o u ld r u n ag a in s t h im an d kn o c k h im over, w ith o u t s o m u c h as an ap o lo g y for th e ir rudeness. I f this a r t ic l e should m e e t t h e ey e of th e u n f o r tu n a te in e b r iate, w e h o p e it w i l l do him good, a n d cause him to reflec t on t h e course h e is p u r s u in g w h ich w ill c e r tain ly , if n o t ch e c k e d in in t i m e , l e a d him t o a d r u n k a r d ’s g r a v e . L e t him w h o m th e s h o e f its w e a r it. IVffUDEIt would inform itis friends lhat ho . i hus recently enlarged his place of business nt No. 51 Fulton street, and that he hopes to offer them in future better accommodations than he has hitherto been able to, and n larger assortment of School, Sunday School, Juvenile and Miscellaneous Books, and olher articles suitable for PRE­ SENTS AT ALL SEASONS ; also, of blank Books, Law Blanks, Fancy and other Stationary, Ate., &c. WILDER to CO., 151 Atlantic street, arealso prepared to offer a similar assortment. N. B.—Orders for Books and other articles, uml for Book binding, attended to. d27 rjflfilJH Life and Public Services of John Uumcv Adams, -H_ with the eulogy delivered belbrothe Legislature ofNew York, by Win. H. Seward. Price $1 25. Just published and for sale hv A. M. WILDEK, ill Fulton st, and job ______ WILDER to. (X>, 151 Atianticstreet. F ITCH’S CllOROGRAPHY & MAPPING CARDS— The attention ofthe public in general, and of School Teachers and those interested in schools in particular, is in­ vited to the above works. The lirst consists of u scries of plates, being simply the lines of latitude and longitude, on wlwch muy'be drawn the maps of the world and its various parts, to which are added suitable instructions. The last are cards of iffxnit live by eight inches, on tbe upper part ol which are maps of parts of the earth, and on the lower are the lines of latitude and longitude on which to copy the map above. Published and for sale by A. AI. WILDER, 51 Fulton street, n 14 and WILDER to CO, 139 Atlautic st. B RANDKETH’S PILLS ARK CURING OVER 500 CHOLERA CASES PER DAY. Whv do not P olice C ourt , B e fore Ju s t i c e T r u m a n S m ith .— T w o m e n n a m e d Jo h n M c G o w a n a n d J a m e s M e G e e w e r e trie d y e s t e r d a y on a ch a r g e o f having c o m m itted a n assau lt a n d b a t t e r y on 'W illiam H u n t. I t seem s t h a t H u n t, w h o resid e s in D e g r a w street, S o u th B rooklyu, w a s com ing f rom h is house and m e t t h e assailin g p a r t y on th e co r n e r o f H a rrison an d C o lum b ia s t r e e t s . A co n v e r s a tio n to o k place b e tw e e n H u n t a n d M c G o w a n , w h e n th e la t t e r ask e d H u n t w h e n h e w a s go ing t o p a y th a t h i l l h e ow e d him . H u n t s a id h e w o u ld p a y th e b ill i f lie w a s called on a t hom e , an d as h e w a s leav in g and h a d tu r n e d th e co r n e r o f th e stre e t , M c G o w a n Btruck him , a t th e sam e tim e say in g , “ H u n t, w ill y o u t a k e tlie l a w o f m e 1” M c G e e t h e n cam e up an d l a i d h o ld of one o r b o th o f th e m , w h ich H u n t co n s trued in t o a n assau lt. T h e ju s t ic e fined M c­ G o w a n 80 , and d isch a rg e d him . M c G e e w a s found to b e in n o c e n t of a l l b lam e , a n d w a s also dis­ ch a r g e d . M a r g a r e t F l u s h a c k w a s b r o u g h t u p for trial ch a r g e d w i th an a s s a u l t a n d b a t t e r y on another w o m a n . I t ap p e a r in g b y th e evidence th a t one w a s a s m u c h to b lam e as t h e o lh e r , t h e y w e r e b o th discharged. J ustices ’ C ourt . — A w o m a n n a m e d Ju l i a M a ­ son w a s t r ie d y e s te r d a y on a ch a r g e o f a s s a u l t and b a t t e r y co m m itted on h e r cara sposa, said assau lt consisting in strik in g an d p u llin g hair. Slie wjjs co m m i t t e d t o j a i l for t h e t e r m of t e n days, o f fi­ cer W e b b , w h o h a d h e r in ch a r g e , n e a r l y found his m a t c h in handling h e r , h o w e v e r , C harge of S eduction . — M a ry B e n son w a s ar re s t e d y e s t e r d a y on a ch a r g e o f se d u c t i o n ! and tru l y sh e w a s a m o s t se d u c t i v e looking c r e a tu r e ! I t w o u ld b e difficult to describe a n y personal charm s a b o u t her. Suffice it to sa y th a t h e r r e s i­ dence w a s in one o f t h e d e n s o f N e w Y o r k , near the F i v e P o ints. S h e w a s se n t b a c k to N e w Y o rk upon prom ising n o t to l e t h e r s e lf h e cau g h t again. B r i d g e t T h a y s , a r r e s te d for h a b i t h u l drunkenness w a s s e n t to t h e C o u n ty Ja i l f o r t h e t e r m o f 30 d a y s T he H ome for the F riendless . — O n e a s t 30th stre e t , b e tw e e n M a d ison an d F o u r t h avenues, has b e e n ab o u t t w o y e a r s i n o p e r a tio n , a n d h a s found itse l f a d e q u a t e to t h e a c c o m p lish m e n ts o f a t least as m u c h g o o d a s c o u ld h a v e been a n t icip a ted b y its pro jecto rs, in providing for, and aftording p r o tec­ tion to d e s titu te f e m a les o f good m o r a l ch a r a c ter, D u r ing th e p r e v e len c e o f t h e cholera, v e r y m a n y children, left p a r e n tless a n d helpless b y t h e scourge h a v e found “ a hom e ” w ith in its w a lls, till now. A b o u t 7 0 a r e t h e r e co llected, including 7 o r 8 en­ tire from f a m ipes o f 6 iu e a c h . B e s ides these, th e r e are 20 ad u l t s . A s th e ch ildren are for th e m o st p a r t descen d e d from u p r i g h t b u t u n f o r tu n a te p a ­ ren ts, i t is n o t u n f r e q u e n tly th e c a s e t h a t th e y are tak e n in to t h e fam ilies o f those w h o h a v e no chil tjreu, a n d a d o p ted b y th e m as t h e i r ow n . T h is of­ ten tim e s resu lts to t h e child r e n in v e r y strik in g changes o f conditions. F o r instance a y o u n g g ir l w h o w a s tak e n into th e institution from tlie street, w h e r e s h e w a s a c c u s to m e d to sell loco foco m a tch ­ es, w a s r e c e ived a s a d a u g h ter b y a w e a l t h y g e n tle­ m a n residing in N o r th Stonington,C o n n ., a n d w ill be th e h e ir o f a larg e p r o p e r t y . A n o ther, a m e re lad, w h o h a d r e c e n tly arriv e d in this co u n tr y from I r e ­ land, w h e r e h e w a s em p lo y e d in th e coal mines, js now w i t h a w e a lth y farm e r jn N e w Je r s e y , and prom ises tb b e a r e s p e c ta b le an d carefu l m a n . A third, w h o w a s found in circu m s tances o f g r e a t m is­ ery, l y in g on a f ilth y co a t, beside th e b o d y of its dead m o ther, in a low hovel, is now- t h e ad o p ted d a u g h ter of a M rs. E llio tt, o f W iiliam s b u r g h , and is v e r y hig h ly esteem e d b y all o f a l a r g e circle of relatives. T h e are a few o f alm o s t nu m b e r less in the authorities order their use in Cholera Hospitals. When sickness commences, then let Rranilreth's Tills be relied upon: they never deceive; they do not hind up dis­ ease in the body; they expel it; nnd il' they are resorted lo ‘ in Cholera, when it lirst attacks, , TIIE CUKE WILI- BE CERTAIN, I because they add the principle lo the blood which the re- ' ception ofthe epidemic Cholera has destroyed ; they astrinue tlie lacteals so that no more fiuid cau be thrown out from tlie general circulation than nature ret|uires for a cure: tltev * cleanse the bowels of all farther irritating contents ; um’l j they act :is a tonic to the whole system, and cure, if used ! before tho powers of nature are altogether gone. I UOW TO USE THEM IN CHOLERA, &c. I Brundreth’s Pills, in doses of six or eight, once or twice a * day, and plenty of gruel, or cold, well-made barley water in ! the commencement: and, when it can be got, cold brotli J made of sheep’s head, boiled until the meat leaves the bones, may be used the second day of the attack. These directions ! are equally applicable for all eases of diarrlneti, dysentery, ‘ and, lit fact, in any derangement of the stomach and bowels, as well as in lhe cholera. Those whose prejudices will per­ mit them to use these Pills of Dr. ; Brnndreth, may, through the blessings of Providence, have their lives saved; those who do not, may know in another state of existence that this medicine is indeed a life-saving medicine. Dr. Bran- dreth sincerely hopes that those who die because they do not use Iiis Pills of life-saving power, may he luippy in that other state of being. This much he knows, that immv me­ dical men, who publicly decry his pills, use them privately for their own benefit, and on ueetislous place them 111 round boxes for their patients. May God in liis goodness make us ull more honest. To insure ihcsystem from serious disease, we must be careful to keep our bowels aud blood pure. The Cholera may not be entirely prevented by any cure ; but its malignity will depend upon the state of the blood at the time the infection is received into the system. The man whose blood is free from impurities will be in a very differ­ ent condition to him whose veins are charged with Impuri­ ties in case of an attack. Let all sensible persons, then, ob­ tain a box of BRANDltETIl’S CELEBRATED P1LL8, whose use at once free the bowels atul blood of all disease, and restore the body to the primitive health enjoyed by the Patriarchs of old. It is my honest opinion that 110 danger from Cholera will result to anv one who will take BUANDRETIl’S PILLS once or twice a week; their systems would he in so excel­ lent a condition, lhat should they receive the infection of Cholera, one extra dose of Pills would entirely eradicate the disease. Tliev should be kept on hand by all those who wish to insure themselves from premature death. VVhcn from any cause tho bowels do not regularly perform tlieu- allottcd office, Brandreth’s Pills may bo taken daily. In cases of this kind, they will be found to impart strength. 1 can refer to a ease in New York, in which they were used live years every day. And what is more in their favor that this perseverance resulted in a final cure of constitutional costiveness, which had afllicted the party for fifteen y e a r s before these Pills were tried. Let me advise ail to be careful of those pretended reme­ dies which profess to cure without, producing any apparent eliect. Tlie trouble is, that your syrups nil, more or less, fasten up disease in the body; while you use them you may fecl better; but it is only tlmt sudden death may overtake you. If you have dise:tso iu you, you cannot be cured or it unless it be carried out of tho system. The longer it is re tained, the greater danger you are in. As many druggists and others are selling a counterfeit for Dr. Bmndreth's Pills, the public will be careful and purchase only of those persons who have a certificate of agency ; or at Dr. Brandreth’s ollice. Principal offices, 241 Broadway, 241 Hudson, and 274 Bowery, New York. 51ns. GOFF, 4 Market street near Fulton, sole agent for Brooklyn. jylll 2w A IVEW AND VALUABLE HEAPING BOOK for the higher classes in schools—Iiaif hours witii the best Authors. Selected aud arranged with short biographical notes. By Charles Knight. School edition half bound in muslin—price §1. For sale by A. M. WILDER, 51 Fulton st., aud : fold __________ WILDER fc CO., 151 Atlantic St. 'l & x n i v K O O K S —11 oiidays . ' A broad or E urope XHl from tiie YV kst —by Mrs. Kirkland. Rural Letters and other’Records of Thought at Leisure— by N. 1*. Willis, t The Incarnation or Pictures of the Virgin and her Son—by Charles Beecher. 1 The American Quarterly Register and Magazine—No. 1, ■ Vol. 2. Conducted by Janies Striker. For sale by A. M. WILDKU, 51 Fulton street. mylS and WILDER 4c CO, 151 Atianticstreet. \j'&XSSW itOUKS—Laneton Parsonage, 3d part—Price 75 cents. Oregon and California in 1848, by Judge Thornton—2 vols. . with maps—price $1 75. j A treaties on lead diseases, from the French of L. Tan- • querel des Planches, with notes—additions on the use oflead pipe and its substitutes. Edited by Samuel L. Dana, M. I). Forsale by A. M. WILDER. 51 FuUon st. and 1 fe7 WILDER to CO, 151 Atlantic St. la j F IVSl'APElt FILES—For sale by Jyi A. M. WILDER, 51 Fultonst, and fo2 WILDER to CO, 151 Atlanticst. T HE PRICE ofMacauley’s England hus been reduced from $2 to 75 cants, and is for sale by A. M. WILDER, 51 Fultonst. and ap27 WILDER to CO. 151 Atlanticst. \]^TiiVEVAH AND ITS REMAINS—With auaccount ofn visit to the Chaldean Christians, and Yeridis, or Devil worshippers : und un inquiry into tlie manners and arts of the ancient Syrians, by Austen Henry Layard, Esq. 1st vol. $2. For sale by A. M. WILDER, 51 Fulton st, and np7 WILDER to CO., 151 Atlautic st. HE ARCH-TRAVERSE COPYING PRESSES— A new, cheap and convenient apparatus for copingy let­ ters. Forsale by A. M. WILDER,51 Fulton and WILDER & CO., 139 Atlanticst. ap7 Agents for Brooklyn. T* CARiD—CARDS'.—To Ladies and Gentlemen going out of town, and to young Ladies ‘Coming <ut!'—That ) useful, if not indispensable, personal commodity, a ncnt Visiting or address Card, cau be so well supplied among our­ selves as to obviate any research for an Engraver of one’s “good 111100 : ,” elsewhere. As occasion requires, also. Cards announcing a change of name (Wedding Cards) can be sup­ plied engraved tastefully and workmanlike, by jelG WM. WISE, Jr., 79 Fultonstreet. E. W. KIHTBALL & CO., v 84 k , )DUNKIN, KIMBLE to CO., L i v e r - „ spool —Respectfully inform their friends« the public that they have commenced the General ping and Commission Business, together with the Gene- and Shipping ral Passenger Business. Granting Certificates of passage from London, Liverpool, Dublin, Belfast,or any part ofthe Old Couutry to New York, Boston and Philadelphia, on the most reasonable terms.— Drafts and Bills of Exchange for .£1 to any amount on the Koval Batik of Ireland and its branches. Days of sailing of the regular line of Liverpool Packets as flxcd*upon are, the 1st, Gth, llth, 16th, 21st und 26th of every month. These ships are all ofthe largest doss and are com­ manded by men of character nnd experience. Cabin ac­ commodations aro all lhat can be desired ir* point of splen­ dor, comfort and convenience. They ure furnished with every description of stores ofthe bost kind. Punctuality in the days of sailing will be strictly adhered to. Packets for NEW .ORLEANS sail weekly. For freight or passage apply as above. nl6 ly WATCHES AND JEWELRY. TIIE subscriber has anew stock of very rich goods, from which lie can sell at the following reduced pri­ nces: Real © s ta te . C HCMLERA—LkDO YEN’S DISINFECTING Fluid. The most powerful and effectual D k o d o k i s i n o agent ever discovered—being capable of instantaneously removing all foul smell in sick chambers, or from nny other cause, sinks, sewers, toe. Being in itself altogether colorless and without any odor, U is highly preferable to all olher agents of this class. It is now in abundant use in the ships and hospitals of the U. S. Navy, passenger ships, in a great num­ ber of hospitals, prisons, alms-houses, &c., and is strongly recommended by very highly respectable physicians of this and other countries. Extract from Health Physician and Physician of Cholera Hospital: O f f i c e o f B o a r d o f H e a l t h , ) July 28th, 1849. j S ir : You will please send to the Cholera Hospital one other barrel of 44 LeDoyen’s Disinfecting Fluid.” Finding, from experience, this preparation superior to nil others, in destroying nnd dissipating the noxious effluvia, engendered and propiigated among Cholera subjects in our Hospital, wc cannot, with due regard to the health of the patients, and the comfort and health of the physicians and nurses, dispense with the use of it. Yours, respectfully, C. S. J. G o o d r i c h , * M. D.. Physician to the Board of Health. Forsale by tlie barrel, gallon, or less quantity, by JAMES W. SMITH, Montague Place, corner Court street, Brooklyn, and Rushton, Clark & Co., 110 Broadway, New York. jv3I im ERIOVAE—New Stores, new Goods, and news of all kinds is now the order of the day—This is to certify that the subscriber, on the night of the Great Fire, was com­ pelled to abandon his store and let the fire do its work, alter that he took part ol* a store at Mrs. Trumbull's, but at the pre­ sent time is happy in saying to his customers and patrons that they can find him at his NEW STORK, 203 Fultonst,,— the same stand us formerly, where he will show them with a grout deal of pleasure, a chaste and select assortment of Jewelry, Watches, Silver-ware, &c. Watches and Clocks repaired mid warranted. JOHN D. CHASE, Manufacturer of Jewelry, Silver-ware, &c, myl 203 Fulton street. M u t u a l b e n e f i t j l i f e in s u k ’c e COMPANY—Surplus Capital $721,152 00. FIREMEN’S INSURANCE COMPANY, ofNew York city - Capital S204,000. The undersigned has removed his Offico to No. 43 FuUon street, where all application for I n s u r a n c e , in the above Companies, will receive his immediate attention. tny22 tf STEPHEN CROWELL, Agent M UJLTUHI IN FARVO !—This motto is again exem­ plified practically in the laying in, mid stowing awuy until called for, of lots of benntiful Combs, Pencils ami Pens mid shoals of Finger Rings, etc. The curious ure invited to call and see. WM. WISE, Jr., de27 Watchmaker & Jeweller, 79 Fulton s PASTURES f«r perfuming rooms, JBJ preventing contagion mid expelling musquitoes, for sale at JAMES YV. SMITH’S Drug to Chemical Store. au7tf Court street, corner Montague Place. Fine Gold watches ......... ....from $15 00 tb SCO 00 I, Silver “ ......... . . . . 44 3 00 ib 30 00 u Gold watch-keys .... u I 00 u 3 00 “ studs ............. u 3 7 ^ 3 it 2 00 n “ chain-slide .... li 25 a 2 00 tb “ ribbon pins.... .... 44 37K it 2 00 *• “ car-Uoops ...... . . . . 44 37fc tc 6 00 it “ guard-chuins... 44 10 00 H 20 00 a “ vcst-chuins.... (I (> (JO ib 18 00 a “ fob-chnins ...... 44 6 00 bb 20 00 n> “ bracelet clasps. ll 1 00 bb 5 90 ‘fc “ “ with stone. 44 3 00 ib 10 00 a “ finger-rings.... 44 50 44 10 uo a “ pens ............. . . . . 44 1 50 ll 3 00 a “ pencils .......... . . . . 44 1 25 li 12 00 a “ tooth-picks.... . . . . 44 1 25 44 3 00 H 44 thimbles ....... U 3 00 i( 4 50 ii Silver “ ....... bi 25 bb 50 li Gold lockets for miniature 44 1 00 tt 15 on ii “ cameo pins. . 44 1 50 it G 50 li Stone pins ............. . . . . 44 75 ll 2 00 Silver spectacles.... bi 1 00 ll 1 75 44 combs .......... 44 2 01) ib 4 00 Silver tea spoons, and all kinds of silver-ware, made to order at the lowest rate, and of line silver, at YV. .1. VANDEIUIOEF’S, je30 tf 14G Fulton street, Brooklyn. Q COUNTRY RESIDENCE. iiu * fc'ALli, about 14 acres of hind, bountifully situ- Mat ated on the Highland Turnpike, one mile and a quar­ ter north ut the village of Poughkeepsie. It fronts on the Hudson River, and affords n commanding view. It luis on it a neat, new, modem style dwelling, bum, toe., together whh nil abundance of fruit trees and shrubbery. Tiiis location affords inducements to a gentleman wishing a country residence seldom met with, being iu the immedi­ ate vicinity of one of the pleasantest villages in the cuuutv ; within u short, distance ol* the Collegiate School, Acudeniy, I*einnlwSeminary, &r. The Hudson River Railroad passes through the above property. Ior lurlher particulars inquire on the premises, or at the office ot the Brooklvn Kngle, 3l> Fultou street. June 21, 1849. \ j t.*>7 jf 2'»S>rHK room AND BASEMENT TO LET, inthe building corner of Fulton and Pineapple sts., _ ono of the must splendid Lodge Rooms in this city, about 49 by f»o feet, high dome ceiling and live spacious anti- rooins; jdso the bosi’inen* r q «Wmt on Fulton street— arranged express' : . .loon ur Restaurant. Offices and Rooms on the •*.. r to let. Applv to - io • 'NOLDS. 209 Fullon st, Brooklyn, or Jid\ tt pi) South street. New York. Auction Sales. ItOO.HS TO LEU’—Inthe new BricK Houses, built iu 1848. in Water street, between Gohl street and Hud- avenue, one of the 2d tloors—consisting of 21argu rooms and 2 bed rooms, wilb privilege iu the cellar, &c. Uentj5*9l> per annum. Apply to John Voorhees, Basement, No. 73 Hudson avenue. tnvti tf JFOJS s A ILK—The two story frame cottage house, Jl t\° slor>* hai room iu the rear, filled in with ^Hd»brick. and known : ls No. 259 Bridge street, Brooklyn. The house has been built two years, with marble miuitics, sliding doors, &c., and is in good condition—possession can be given on or before the first of May. Premises eiui be seen between 1 and 3o’clock, P. M. $1390 can remain on mort* gage, if desired. The location is a good one. The houso is 22 by 30 ft—the tea room is 14 by 2U ft in dimensions. Lot 25 by 199 ft 3 inches. ap!3 tf tWLVA’KHJL RESIDENCE FOR SALE OR Tf) ill the corner of Bedford and Dekalb uveuues, _ j&ILat East Brooklyn. A two story and attic house with basement and under cellar und piazzas fn >ul and rear, and 10 lots of ground—just finished and painted throughout—*! de­ sirable resilience for tt gentleman of business in New Y'ork. Stages run from Fulton ferry every five minutes. Applyto Valentine C. Ilall. No. 10 Gramcrcy Park, 20lh street, between 3d and 4th avenues in New Y’ork, or to John Voorhees, Hoyt St., 2d brick house from State st. Rent $250. mh27 tf *'053. tt OR TO KENT—House No.BO Y’ork street, built of brick. 3 stories high, metallic roof, nnd in the best order, with marble mantles, icc. The gar­ den is tjistily laid out with shrubs and vines and tbe walks well Hugged, a largo cistern and dry sub-cellar are part of tlie accommodations. Rent low,nnd if sold terms made accoui- ting. Inquire on tlic premises, from 1 to 4 o'clock, P. M. mh20 tf *'081 SAI j IE—The undersigned being a heavy -• loser by the late fire in Fulton street, is desirous of re- __JLplucing said loss, from his business, by tlie sale of some ol* his real estate, nml therefore offers those two elegant finished new houses, situate in Durticld street, between Myr­ tle avenue ami Willoughby street. 'I'he lots ure 20 bv 109 tt each, the houses are 20 by 30 feet, with rear piazzus.'and in front, iron verandahs and iron fence. They have 8 finished rooms above the parlors, sub cellars aud'basements, with copper inside pumps, brickcisterns, ranges, enamelled grates mid summer pieces, marble mantles, sliding doors, &c., complete. They arc filled in to the peak with brick, hard finished walls and corniced in 2d story, with tin roofs. The houses are built in a substantial and lusty manner, und suit­ able for respectable families. Convenient to the East Brook­ lyn stages which pass every five minutes. Part of the pur­ chase money can remain ou bond nnd mortgage. Apply to GKO. W. STILWELL, fel7 tf 76 Poplar street, Brooklyn. TO I, JET—The two story and attic house No. 140 High street. Inquire of oil) tf J. IIEGEMAN, 40 Fultonstreet AAEON STONE, Jr., Auctioneer. By s ro.YI-; & SOTI112H, OrrtuK, 10 F u l t o n h t r k k t , B r o o k l y n , L. I. Theubove will give their personal attention to the sale of all descriptions of lt#al Estate nt auction, at tho Merchants’ Exchange, New York, Fruuklin House, Brooklyn, or iu any purl of Long Ishuul, or ul private sale: imd use tbeir best endeavors to promote the interests of their customers. A t P kivatk 8 ai . u , VuluuMc property, the house and lot on the NW comer of Iltcks and Cranberry street. A valuable corner for a storo; and will be sold low if applied for immediately, (’all as above. ‘ Also, the 3 story brick house and lot No. 122 Willoughby street. The house is nearly new and in good order; will he sold low and on accommodating terms. A large portion ot the purchase money can remain on bond und mortgage, at 6 per cent, it is now let to u giMxl tenant for over ten per cent, on tho price for which it will be sold. Enquire of shone ts. Mother, JO Fuiton street. T hursday , August 9, At 1 o'clock, P. M., at house No. 243 Gold st, The furniture uf a family about leaving the city, consisting of beds, bedsteads, chairs, tables, looking-glusscH. eitrpels, matting, crockery- aud glass ware, stove, ami n variety of other useful articles. Tho furniture is nearly new and in good order. fc?ule positive without regard to weather. W ednesday , August 15th, At 12 o'clock atthe Merchants' Exchange, The House und Lot known us No. 33 Prince sl, Iirooklyn I*. I. 'I'he lot is 21 ft 3 in. width hy 85 ft deep, tho house frame tilled in to the peak with brick nml built in the best manner; is 21-3x39, 2 stories, attic und basement, with pi­ azza in tho rear and sub cellar. The yard is well stocked with grujKt vines und shrubbery,uml is a desirable residence. Terms—$1209 cun remain on bond nnd mortgage for 3 or 5 years at 7 per cent. The 3 story brick octagonal front house and lot, situate on tho W Hide Court st, tlio next N from Degraw st; the lot is 22x88 ; house 22x34 ; 3 stories, basement uml sub-cellar—is nearly new nnd iu llrst-mte order; having been lately painted and papered throughout. Terms—S2490 con remain on bond and mortgage.' faction JSalcs. Sraacl. TO KKKT—A large room onthe lower floor of ffiial the Brooklyn Institute. Apply on the premises or to JSIIL JAMES WALTERS, m23 tf cornerof Henry and Poplar sts. T O JL Y2T —For the storage of Furniture and other | light goods, one loft in store No. Fulton st., Brooklyn. ,For particulars, inquire at the Cabinet Warehouse of ’ tf T. BROOKS, 44 Fulton street. TO XJET—A j loll witb steam power on Furman U...I street. Apply to SUlIl JOHN D. PRINCE, fob tf 39 Fulton street. TO KENT—Two or three rooms inthe Brook- I lyn Institute, suitable for professional Gentlemen or ^Artists. Apply to J. WALTERS, m8 tf corner of Henry and Poplar sts. G E O R G E 5S A L L , GENERAL REAL ES- . TATE AGENT hits located at 307 FuUon street,op- HilLposito the new City Ilall, offers for sale. Lotson Clinton avenue. Houses and lots on Clason avenue. Lots on Third avenue between 21th and 25th sts. Lots in South Brooklyn on Hicks, Columbia, President, Carrol and Woodhull sis. House and lot in Bridge sl. 1 brick house and lot in Carlton avenue. Farm of 13 acres in Now Jersey, near Rahway. Farm «f 101>£ acres 5 milsc south of lthacu in Tompkins county. Farm of 000 acres 7 miles west of Ithaca. Four hundred acres under culture, with dwellings, barns, saw mill, is. c. TO LET—The two very beautiful cottages, situated on Putnam und FuUon avenues. Stages pass every ten mi­ nutes. Two brick houses in Golds!., just finished. Double house in Livingston et., second house eastofSmith street. 3 of the 4 new brick houses under completion on Clason av. adjoining Gates, and will be ready for tenants about the 1st of April. FOR SALE.—Tlie splendid residence of Benjamin F. Thompson, of Hempstead. It is only necessary to say that tlie buildings are replete with every convenience, and the location'unsurpassed. Terms moderate and payment easy. Attends to renting houses and collecting rents. jail tf ONtt ISLAND RAILROAD COMPANY—SPRING JL^4 ARitASu kmunt —to commence April 2d, 1849. FROM BROOKLYN. From Brooklyn, at 8 a . m. through freight, 9 J s a . m . Passenger, 12 M. Jamaica, passenger, 4 i*. t£. Y’uphank, passenger, tii-i i*. m . Jamaica, passenger, (this train will stop to land aiul receive passengers at any pluce between Brooklvn u»d Ja­ maica.) TO BROOKPYN. From Greenport, nt H a . m. through freight, a . >i. t h r o u g h p a s s e n g e r , From Yaphank, at 5j* a . m . accommodation passenger, do do il 18 a . m . through passenger, do do 11 35 a . m . through freight, From Farmingdale, 7 a . m . Yaphank accommodation pas­ senger, do do 12 4 0 a . m . through passenger, do do 2 24 l*. m . through freight From Jamaica at? a . m . Jamaica, passenger, (this train will stop to huul and receive passengers at any pluce between Brooklyn and Jamaica.) 8 a . m . Y’nphank accommodation, I 4 5 p. m . Greenport accommodation, 4 10 p . m . Greenport freight, 5 15 v. m. Jamaica, passenger. do do do do do do do do RATES OF COMMUTATION. From Brooklyn and all iniennediate places to Jamaica, each person ......... do Farmingdale ......... do Yuphank .............. do Jtiverhcud.. ...... . do Greenport ............ No freight taken on the passengertrains. t mh2 tf DAVID S. IVES, Superintendent. 3mos. Omos. 12xnos. ..$16 $30 $50 ... 20 3G GO ... 25 40 G5 ... 30 45 70 ... 35 50 75 dIarpEtmj). BB.00KLYN CARPET STOKE. £*TE\\fART5& Co., lmve r«-o*nmedtliuirT<EW stork at the OLD STANn- K’2 ' 1 .tel, between Orange and Cranberry streei.-, v< they • an entire new and splen­ did stock of CARPETS, wind, they offer at thesnmllest possible advnncv. Composed partly of English druggets from 3 lo 6 shillings pr yard. 3 yards wide druggets 8 to 14s per yard, Embossed piano covers $5 to S7, Embossed table covers, $12 to $5, Worsted do, $8 to $4. Stair Rods, JClVEOVAKtf—H. G. HUGHES would respectfully give notice that he hsis REMOVED his Dry Goods Establishment to the Store No. 1G5 Fulton, between Nassau and High streets, und opposite Stewart’s new Carpet Store, which being more commodious than the Store he hus recent­ ly occupied, will enable him to keep ou hand a larger assort­ ment of GOODS than heretofore. Purchasers will find hero a full assortment of D rkss -G oods , Hosiery, Gloves, Millinery Goods, Embroideries, &c. SHAYVLS of every kind. Also linen sheeting und shirting, pillow-case linen, table damask, napkins and diaper, linen handkerchiefs, icc. Cotton sheet­ ing and shirting, cassimeres, cloths, &c, for Gentlemen und Bovs’ wear, and even* other article properly in the DUY GOODS LINE. The old customers of II. G. II. nnd the citizens of Brook­ lyn generally, are solicited to call before purchasing elsewhere. 'I’hey are promised CHEAP GOODS and polite attention. Joiin G. Y'ooriiies, lately with Ilall is. Hughes, superin­ tends the above establishment in thu absence of Mr. Hughes, und will be happy to see the old customers of II. & IL and his friends generally. my2 tf SARATO G A YVATERS—from the Congress Spring, the Walton or Iodine Spring, and the Parilious; also, tlie Oak Orchard Acid from Genessee County, in pint und quart bottles, for sale at JAMES W. SMITH’S Drug and Chemical Store, uu7tf Court St., cor. Montague Place, near City Hull. S ILVER DARTS FOR LADIES’ and C h i l d r e n ’ s H a i r ! A good supply* of this graceful ornament is to WISE'S Jewelry store, be found at jS’97 79 Fulton street. C OAIIIS, COMBS, COMBS—Call and examine a large lot of fine Silver Combs, for sale cheim by je29 W. J. VANDERHOEF, Watchmaker and Jeweller, 140 Fulton st. C A L I F O R N I A —Policies of Life Insurance, onthe lives of persons going to California, issued ut the lowest rates. Applyto .T. LEWIS TAYLOR, |a30 istf Life Insurance Agent, *15 Fulton s M lTCISItlORJE, NO. 37 MYRTLE AVENUE, has jnst received a large quantity of white, ironstone china of the very best quality, which he will sell at prices that will defy competition ;*also, an abundance of other kinds of ware. China tea setts lower than ever. Glass ware in great plenty. Solar Luiqps and Girandoles, from 15 to 20 per cent cheaper than thay can be bought any whero this side of Egypt. Britummi.teu-pots; ami lamps for burning oil or fluid, 30 per cent cheaper than a grent many arc selling them, nnd 15 per cent cheaper than any body sells them, for in­ stance; we will sell Lumps for 8s. per pair, thut our neigh­ bors sell for 13s. per pair. Ami, to conclude, we know wc SELL CHEAPER than anybody in Brooklyn or Now Y’ork. No. 37 iu itun l e t t e r s ' o i i (lie window. N. B.—Goods loaned to parlies. Tuums— C a s h nnd ONE PRICE, o n l y . JOSEPH F. MUCHMORE, 37 Myrtle avenue, jeO tf _____________ between Pearl and Jay streets. English Tapestry, ' “ Brussels carpet from 8 to 103 per yard, “ 3 ply 8 to 10s pr y'rd, “ Double sup. G to 7, l?uperfine, 5 to fis pr. yd., Extra do, 4 to 5s pr. yd., Common do, 2 to 3s per yd., Rugs 12s to $12 each, 'Pablo Oil Cloth, all kinds, Door Mats, Sec., FLOOR OIL CLOTHS, From 3 ft to 24 ft. wide, in great variety of patterns an most elegant designs. 4-4,5-4, 6-4 red checked and white Canton mattings. Also, a large assortment of W in d o w S h a d e s , all pricos, from 12 to 20s per pair. STEYVART is. CO., have erected upon their old site, by far thu largest and most splendid store inthe city,and by the utmost attention to customers, they hope to merit a share of their patronage. ap2U STEYVART & CO. F A R E REDUCED—FOR BOSTON v i a . _____ NEWPORT a n d FALL RIVER—By the splendid and superior Steamers BAY STATE and STATE OF MAINE of great strength and speed particularly adapted to the navigation of Long Island sound, running in connec­ tion with the Full River und Old Colony Railroad, a distance of 53 miles to Boston, only Leave Pier No. 3 North River, near the Battery. The Steamer Bay State, Captain Brown, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 5 P. M. The State of Maine, Captain T. G. Jewett, on Mondays, Wednesday and Fridays, at 5 P. M. This lino is the only one that runs direct for Newport. These Steamers are fitted with commodious State Rooms, and every arrangement for the security and comfort of pas­ sengers, who are afforded by this route a night’s rest on board and’on arrival at Fall River proceed per railroad, reaching Boston early the following morning, or can remain on board (getting their breakfast if wished for) until the starting ol the accommodation train at GJ4 A. M. A baggage master is attached to each steamer, who receives and tickets the baggage and accompanies the same to its destination. The rates for passage and the price of state rooms, the same as by the other lines. A Steamer runs in connection with this line to and from Providence daily, except Sundays. Freight to Boston is taken at the same rates as by the other regular linea, and forwarded with greater expedition by ait EXPRESS FREIGHT TRAIN, which leaves Fall River every morning (Sundays excepted) at 8 o,clock, for Boston and New Bedford, arriving at its destination ut about 11 A.M. For Freight or passage, apply on boon], and either to TISDALE is. BORDON, 70 West Street, or at the Office ol* the Line, at the corner of Washington street and Bnttery Place. my7 6m HIORMYG LINE AT 7 O’CLOCK— __________ for ALBANY, TROY und Intermediate places, leuving New York MONDAY’, WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY. Leaving Albany TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY,—landing at Caldwells, West Point Newburg, Hampton, Milton, Poughkeepsie, Hyde Park, Kingston, Red Hook, Bristol, Cutskill, Hudson, Coxsackie, and Kinderhook. Meals furnished at all hours on board the boat. The new and elegant steamer ALIDA, Captain F. W, Stone, will leave tho steamboat Pier ut the loot of Robinson street, MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS and FRIDAYS, at 7 o'clock A. M. For passage or freight apply on board, or at the office on the wlmrf. N. B—All persons are forbid trusting any one on account ofthe above boat or her owners. JOHN F. RODMAN, Agent, apl9 tf foot of North Moore st. (upstairs.) E V E N I N G LINE FOIt ALBANY _____ _____ ,and TROY— d i a k c t —The steamer EM­ PIRE, Captain YV. YV. Tapper, will leave foot of Cortlandt street, on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS, at 5 P. M. The Steamer TROY, Captain W. H. Frazee, will leave foot of Cortlandt street MONDAYS, WEDNES­ DAY’S and FRIDAYS, at G P. M., for Albany tmd Troy. For passage, &.C., apply on board, or to S. S. CHAMBER- LAIN, at the Office on the wharf. ap2L tf © as Jittxrro. GAS FITTING! GAS FITTING!! T HE Subscribers are now ready to receive orders for the introduction of GAS PIPES, into s t o r e s , p r i v a t e a n d p u b l i c b u i l d i n u s , f a c t o r i e s , &c., by workmen which few can equal and none excel. YVc have men in our em­ ploy of the most practical experience, one of whom (the Foreman) lma been constantly engaged for tlie last fifteen years as Foreman in the most extensive shops in Europe nnd Amfcricu. All work will be done with the utmost prompt­ ness and dispatch according to tho regulations of the Gas Company, and subject to tlieir most rigid'test. None but the best materials will be used and our prices will be us low as tlie cheapest. Those who intend to use Gas, wishing any information in relation to measurement, probable cost, &tc., will be waited upon, without charge, by our foreman, by leaving their orders at our store. JOHN BUTLER & BROTHER, jelG tf 112 Fulton, opposite Sands st. T0 DOAN in one sum or in sums of nut less than $*2,009 each; aiul $ 19.000 in one or two sums ; two of $5,000 each; three sums of $2,090; one of $2,500, $2,100, $1,900; ainti any sum wanted under $2,000 to loan on Bond und Mortguge of productive Real Estate, iu good locations, in Brooklyn or New Y'ork. Also, several sums to loan on vacant lots il well located. Inquire at STONE & SOTIIER’8, Real Estate Office, No. 16 FuUon street, jyS4 tf Brooklyn. S IVFOIHtlA'JTIOIV WANTED—All that ore in want of agood fuc simile likeness cut on Cumco, can call at J. D. Chase's Jewelry store, 203 FuUon corner Concord, and have Cameos cut in any stvle and done in a very supe­ rior manner. JOIIN D. CHASE, 203 Fulton corner of Concord street, fee 18 2w ________ Manufacturing Jewellr. fT'i liASS CANDLESTICKS at 3sjper pair, can bo obj tained at 37 Myrtle avenue. “elQ ~m f C GAS CHANDALTERS, PENDANTS, ETC C ORNELIUS &.CO., of Philadelphia.—The undersigned having entered into an arrangement with Messrs. Cor­ nelius is. Co., of Philadelphia, is now prepared to exhibit at hi? new Show Room a general assortment ofthe newest and most beautiful styles of Gas Chandeliers, Mantel lights, Brackets* and all other kinds of Gas Fixtures, from the simplest store burner to the finest Parlor Chandelier of Silvered, Onnolu, Damask, Bronzed, and Gold Gilt. He has a company of experienced Gas Fitters now enga­ ged iu introducing the pipes into buildings. All orders for dwellings, stores and public buildings, will receive prompt attention, uml the work will bo warranted perfect. The foreman can be seen every evening at the store, or will call upon applicants to give such information as may be required. The superior workmanship, imd perfect manner of doing this most difficult business, has secured to Messrs. Cornelius &z, Co., a reputation unsurpassed in this country or Europe. inh2l> tf DAVID COOPE, 91 Fulton st., Brooklyn. PASSAGE 50 CENTS—NO MO* _________ JNOPOLY — Evening Line for Albany— Through without landing—Passengers by this boat arrive at Albany in time for the morning trains East or West. Regular days from New York—TUESDA Y',THURSDAY% and Saturday. Returning, will leave Albany from the new steamboat landing, in Broadway, every MONDAY, WED­ NESDAY and FRIDAY', at G o clock, P. M. For passage or f reight apply on board or at the office on the dock. The uew steamboat RIP VAN YVINKLK, Captain S. Schuyler, will leave the steamboat Pier foot of Robinson st, (first above Barclay) TH IS EV EN1NG, at G o’clock. Freight shipped by the Rip Van YVinkle, forwarded by the railroad with dispatch. mh30 tf NIGHT BOAT—NOTICE—On and after January first, 1849, no boat will run up­ on the Catharine Ferry between the hours of 12 o’clock Mid­ night, and 5 o’clock, A. M. d27 tf B ROOKI/YIY FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY— Ciiartkrkp in 1821.—Office 43 Fulton, upper corner of Front street. This company having renewed their Capitol, so far as the samo was impaired by the great lire in September Inst, are now prepared to insure Dwellings, Stores, and other build­ ings, Furniture, Merchandise, Y’esseLs in port nnd their car­ goes upon as favorable terms as any similar institution. f n i u t i c T O R s : YVlliam i II. C. Brown, Joseph S. Lake, Joseph E. Coffee, Alexander H. Schultz, Peter R. Roach, Charles Lent, Caleb S. Woodhull, Anas tali us Nicholas, Ralph I U U , Henry Quackenboss, Joseph S. Weeks. WILLIAM ELLSWORTH, President. A l f r k d G. S t k v e s s , Secretary. je8 3m YVilliam Ellsworth, PhineasT. Bomum, Elijah F. Purdy, Mason S. Brewster, John (J. Cameron, Joseph Bradley, John M. Reed, John Eddie, Jr., Joseph Wilsou, Robert C. Bell, JAMES COLE) Auctioneer, Office, ATa. 43 tuilan street. ar*er t f Iront, Brookes t\3^* JAMES COLE will give bis personal attention sale* of Household furniture, und out door sales generally* also, io sales of Keul Estate, Stock*, &c0at the Exchange’, Now \ ork. ’ X. B.—A register is kept forthe disposal of promrtv Private Sulc. T uesday , August 14, At 12 o'clock, ut iho Franklin House, Partition sule, under lhe direction of Don’l Y'an Voorhis, esq, all those ti different parcels of land at Fiatlands neck, hi the town of Fiatlands, as described in an advt in this paper. F r i d a y , August 17. At 12 o'clock at tin? Franklin House. Supreme Court in ttquity, under direction of Daniel Y’an Y'oorhis, Sheriff—All tlmt piece of land wilh tho buildings thereon, on the northerly side of Front su 25 ft West from Washington st mid running through to Water st, being 135 ft on each sl. by two hundred ft deep. Theubove property Is known asG. !>. Cunningham's Dis­ tillery. YY’icDXKsnAY, August 22, At 12 o'ch»ck, al the Franklin House, Mortgage Sale, of ull those 4 lots of ground In the town of Bushwick, known by the nos 16 , i7, lo and 19, on the wood- poiut road, mljng land of 8 B Masters anil Cornelius Jones, togetherwith the buildings thereon. For particulars see advt in Brooklyn bugle. Mortgage sale—that certain niece of land at Coney Island m the town or Gravesend, mlj'ng lm»i of Marla Lott, and running thence N on the E aide of the Coney Island Bridge Co. Turnpike Road 250 feet, containing 2 and 1-10 acres—to­ gether wuh the buildings, known na the Oceanic House.— For particulars see advt in Eagle, signed Court Yrim fcficklen. WEDNESDAY, AUgUHt 29, At 12 o'clock, ut thu Franklin House, Supreme court, in equity, under tin? direction of Dan'l Van Y oqrms, esq—all that block of grd with the buildings there­ on in the village <>1 Y\ illiumsburgh, bounded by McKibbin, Marshall, Ewen and Leonard st, containing 32 lots, each of waid lots 25x.(H) it. 1 F riday , Aug. 31, At I2o'cloek, at the Franklin House, Mortgage sale—all those 6 lots of grd known on a mnp of property belonging to the heirs of S. Jackson, hy nos IH, lo and 20 fronting on Columbia street, uud nos 9, 19 and ft fronting on Furman st, in the city of Brooklyn. For partic- ulnra s(»u advt in Eagle signed C G Harris, assignee. JOSEPH HEGEJIAN, A u ctioneer. BROOKLYN PUBLIC 8ALES ROOM. JW. 191 Washington street near Concord street. The subscriber has taken on a lease the 'large building for merly known as “Classical Hall,*’ wiiich has been handsomely fitted up expressly for un Auction Boom, for the Public Sale of R eal E statk , F crmtuuk und M erchandize of every description. The accommodations in this building for the exhibition of every* description of Goods, sons to afford pur­ chasers every facility to examine tin.* articles exposes for sale, are unequalled in any sales room in tbis or New Y'ork dty — lie returns his tlumks lo his friends uml the public, for the very liberal patronage lie has received during the lust nine v uahs , und having relinquished all other business, hopes by devoting his undivided attention lo the interest* of his cus­ tomers, to receive their continued confidence ami support.— He respectfully tenders his services to those who wish, during the season, to dispose of their furniture at their residences, or at the Sales Room, which from its central and convenient location, always secures the attendance of a largo and re epectnblc audience. Sales of Real Estate at the Franklin llouso or at the Mer­ chants' Exchange, New Y’ork. A Register of property at Private bale is kept ul the office free of charge. Ample accommodations for the S torage of Furniture and other goods. JOSEPH HEGEMAN. f i t t s t i w s s C u r b s . Joiin 1*. Loll, C o m m i s s i o n e r o f D e e d s _ No. 48 Fulton street, Brooklyn. Deeds, Bonds, Mortgages, and other conveyances drawn, and Law and other papers engrossed. my24 S a m u e l G a r r i s o n , A t t o r n e y , £oLict t o r a s d C o u n s e l l o r — Office, No. 2 Montague Hull. mylO Joseph Iff. irruelimorc, IMPORTER A N D D E A L E R IN C l I I N A , G L A S S A N D E a R T U K N W a r e , N o . 37 Myrtle avenue, between Pearl and Jav sts. feI2 6m Iff. W . M urphy, A t t o r n e y a n d S o l i - VFtSP c i t o r , at the County Clerk’s Office, City Hall. (12 S t a t i b c r y N D a o u k r r e o t y p e R o o m s , N o . 43 Fulton street, Brooklyn. o4 X > r . G . R a i l ) C o r o n e r — Office, 299 Fulton street, up stairs. iml5 John It. Kins*, A t t o r n e y a n d S o l i c i . BBB g t o r , No. 43 Fulton street, Brooklyn. n30 * W illiam Wise, J r o W a t c h m a k e r J e w e l l e r , N o . 79 Fulton street. <127 * _ D a n iel Van Voorhis. S h e r i f f oj* K i n g s C o u n t y —Office, No. 48 Fullon st.. second jail H e n r y A. Moore, a n d C o u n s e l l o r a t Law*, Montague Hull near the City Hall. myl Nicholutt Van Brunt? A t t o r n e y a n d 9 & F C o u n s e l l o r a t L a w , N o . 1 Front et, Brooklyn.— [Commissioner of Deeds, j op24 Joseph ITT. Greenwoods A t t o r n e y a n d S o l i c i V o r , No. 3 Front et, Brooklyn. s3 JaniCK Pescot*> S u w o n o f S t . J o h n ’ s C h u r c h . N o . 250 Adams stivei—To whom appli­ cation for Pews in the Church, or Interments in the Burial Yard, may be made. slO Hr. W. C’. Benedict? [ l a t e p h y s i c i a n ___ a n d s m n E O N iu the Philadelphia Hospital,] Phy­ sician and Surgeon—Office in Atlantic near Clinton street, Brooklyn. d3 AVil liam S. Barber? B o o k - H i n d e r a n d P a y e r R u l e r , High street near Fulton. AU kinds of book-binding done in a neat and substantial manner.— Books, Periodicals imd Music bound to pattern. Taper ruled to any pattern. jylG ICECREAM! REAT REDUC'ffcrN-IN PRICE.—IIANDLEY now proposes to funiisli Parties, .etc., with Ice Cream of a superior tlavor und manufacture, at the reduced price of FIVE SHILLINGS PEIl QUART, (in forms),equal to any in this or any olher city in the Union. Mr. II. prides himself in having been known by the citi­ zens of Brooklyn for many years, to give entire satisfaction to liis numerous patrons ; mid pledges those who may favor him with a call to leave nothing undone to deserve tlieir favors. B. HANDLEY, 269 Fulton street, fe3 tf Near the City Hall. ft GFNTLEJl 13N t h a t SHAVE THEMSELVES The way to buy Razos is to step into CARNES’S Hair Cutting Saloon, No. 61 Fulton street, where you can pick from a large assortment, and have everv Razor warranted to suit the face; also,[Emerson's, Snunder’s and Chapman’s Razor Straps. mh29 BROOKS-FASHIONABLE CABINET, SOFA • CHAIR. MANUFACTORY' is. YVAREHOUSE, No. 44 Fultonstreet.—'The subscriber would respectfully call tho attention of the public to his splendid stock of UOSFAYOOD is. MAHOGANY FURNITURE, manufactured of the best materials and workmanship, and in lxrnis XIV, anti XV. styles; together with a general as­ sortment of PARLOR h. BED ROOM FURNITURE of tbe most approved patterns. felO tf T. BROOKS, 44 Fulton St. CORNELIUS & C0.’S GAS FIXTURES. T HE subscribers have just received fi beautiful assortment of Pendants, GasOhondcliers, Brackets, &e., from the manufactory of Messrs. Cornelius ic Co., Philadelphia, ofthe most approved patterns, to which they invito the attention of the public. To those wishing their buildings fitted with Gas-pipe, we would say that, by giving us a call, they can see frotn tho work we have done such recommendations from Trustees a n d others, in respect to w o r k m a n s h i p ? m a t e r i a l , & c , that we vouch will satisfy them. Persons, who have an idea of using Gas, wishing any in­ formation in respect to measurement, probable cost, &c, con have it free of charge by applying at tho store. They have the privilege of referring to the Brooklyn Gas Light Co. JOHN BUTLER tsc BROTHER, jy2 H2 Fulton opposite Sands street. •To loan on bond and mortgageon favorable terms, in small sums, on * 1 0 , 0 0 0 improved Real Estate in the city of Brooklvn. Apply to J. LEYVIS TAYLOR :..n.r -i... 4 - Fulton street, Brooklyn. jy25 lm T h a t 5s OIL that Muchmore keeps, Apply at 37 Myrtle avenue. is first rate.— felS Cm C ITIZENS’ FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY— YViLLiAMsnuRGii, L. I.—This Company with a full CASH Capital, all paid in and securely invested, continues to insure against loss or damage by Fire on dwelling houses, merchandise, household furniture, and all descriptions ot personal property, on us favorable terms as tbe New Y'ork and Brooklyn offices generally. • D irectors : James C. Baldwin, Daniel Burtnett, Jeremiah Johnson, Thomas McElrath, YVilliam YVallace, James Jarvis, Robert Barkley, John S. Harris, Darnel YV. Townseud* Charles Dsvoe, Francis A. Palmer, Alonzo A. Alvord, Luko Baker. DANIEL BURTNETT, President. J ames M. M’L ean , Socretary* FOIt INSURANCE, apply to J. C. is. D. D. WHITNEY'. my!2 3m Agency Office, No. 20 Fulton st, Brooklyn. MSEDIKLT? CONCERT to LECTURE ROOMS GOTHIC HALL, (Adams street, near Concord.) This establishment hus been entirely re-ntodelied and im­ proved, by the addition of new Drawing Rooms, elegantly furnished? The hall has also been enlarged and a hard pine floor of the most approved construction for dancing, laid in the same, which, together with the new draperies, couches, ottomans and cushions, render it the largest and moat splen­ did Assembly Room in Brooklyn or New Y'ork. The Hall and Rooms are at ull times open for inspection to those interested. Application for use of the same can be mftde to the keeper on the p r e m i s e s . __________________ n25 tf a l l k i n d s of specaci . es to SUIT ALL AGES—Such as Gold, Silver, German Silver, Steel, Iron and Composition: Fine Gold, from...., ................ $G 00 to $ 8 50 *. Silver ................................ 1 00 to 2 00 “ Steel.................................. 60 to 2 00 German Silver, from ................... 37K 50 Iron .............. . .......................... 25 1° 100 Composition .................................... _ .50 . Glasses fitted of all kinds—such as Perifocal, Fenscopxc, Concave and Convex, and warranted to suit the eves—at U8 Y\\ J. VAXDERHOF* ^ 146 Fulton st *W OTS IN BROOKLYN FOR SALE—The subscriber H A has lots forsale inmost ofthe words in Brooklyn, and will sell one or more uf them on liberal terms, to mechanics or others, and when improved, the whole amount may ro mApply f°r “ ‘\vALliNWK G. HALL. au4 tf corner of Pearl and Beckman ts, New York. ^ kindly offered to receive into her family and take care of children’ who may have strayed from their homes, so as to enable Parents and Guardians more readily to recover them: THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE to all persons in whose* hands Lost Children may come that the offer has been ac­ cepted with thanks, and it is earnestly requested that such may be taken to the store of Mr. Parsons, No. 5 Myrtle ave., thut they may he taken care of. By ortler of the Common Council. ________ jel ^awti J USTICES COURT-SECOND DISTRICT— J o h n C. S m i t h , Justice. This Court will be held on and after MONDAY', May 7th, at GRENADA HALL, No. 94 Myrtle avenue, between Bridge and Stanton streets. The J urisdiction of this Court extends to all actions arising on contract and for injuries to the personal or real property where the damages claimed do not exceed 6100, and to en­ tering judgments by confession to tho amount of $250. The Justice has also power to issue warrants for the arrest of of­ fenders in all criminal coses and to dispossess tenants for non-payment of rent or for holding over beyond their term. iny5 tf . ___________ __ _______ J p i I R A N D O L E S sailing off a t cost,at Muchmore’e 37 I J T Myrtle avenue. fe!2 6m TO THE LADIES. \%'*7rE respectfully call the attention of our \ / s t and the public generally to our iK-attUful assortment, of GIRANDOLES—(manufactured by Messhs. Cornelius fc Co., Philadelphia.\)—of several entirely bns, wtth the new style of figured drop wel'l elected stockofcntllm™MoifidedtTabie GdSLingreat variety, which S ^ l d nt such pricey 8p23 ll\ Fultou, opposite Sands street. T I JLi 1 ________ * Sfflcecorn^ ”12tf

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