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The Brooklyn Daily Eagle. (Brooklyn, N.Y.) 1849-1938, August 25, 1849, Image 2

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Brooklyn JBailg <£agle. s a t c b b a y EVENING, AUGUST 25. H u n g a ry again Trium p lianl. W e have som e f u r t h e r sn a tch e s of th e C a n a d a ’s new s b y t h e w ires ; b u t th e y are brief, a u d incohe­ ren t. W e g a th e r f rom them , ho w e v e r , th a t th e b r a v e and g a llan t H u n g a r ian s h a v e w o n fu r th e r v icto r ies. I f the correspondent of th e L o n d o n N e w s is to be r e lied on th e A u s trio-R u s s ian arm y , 60,000 strong, p o s ted in T ransy lv a n ia for the p u r ­ p o s e o f g a rrisoning its different tow n s, had b e e n successfully assailed b y Bern w ith 40,000 m en, a n d d r iv e n out o f th e ir q u a r ters. T h e b a t t l e , it is said, en d e d in a co m p lete d e f e a t of th e Im p e r i a l i s ts.— T h e y fled p r e c ip itately , 'leav in g 10,000 d e a d aud w o u n d e d , n e a r ly a l l th e ir artille r y , a n d 8,000 p r i s ­ oners ; a m o n g w h o m is G e n e r a l A u lem b e r g . Bern took possession o f H e r m a n s t a d t an d C ronstadt. T h e E u r o p e a n T u n e s also g a th e r s from tlie V i ­ enn a Jo u r n a l s t h a t t h e to w n of R a a b had been s u r ­ p r i s e d b y t h e H u n g a r ia n s and retak e n . I t a p p e a r s th a t o n t h e 4 t h inst.., th e H u n g a r ian s sto le a m a r c h a n d su r p r i s e d t h e garrison. A sh a r p conflict en ­ sued,\w h ich ended in th e f o r tr e s s and city b e in g o c ­ c u p i e d by th e H u n g a r ian s , w h e r e th e y found 80,- 000 b u s h e ls of o a ts, 2400 h e a d o f c a tt l e , an d larg e sto r e s o f m iscellan e o u s provisions, w h ich th e y c a r ­ rie d t o th e c i t id a l o f C o m o r n ; no r w e r e th e s e all th e tro p h ie s of t h e i r victory, for t h e y c a p t u r e d six g u n s a n d took tw o com p a n ies of A u s tr ian infantry p r i s o n e r s . I i l a p k a com m a n d e d th e H u n g a r ian tro o p s , w h o afte r w a r d s q u i t t e d th e city and to o k u p t h e i r ab o d e in th e fortress, w h e r e th e y seized th e V ienna m a ils. T h e conduct o f t h e H u n g a r ian s elicits tho m o s t en th u s iastic ap p lau s e on this side of th e A tlan tic. L a r g e m e e tings o f s y m p a th y liave been h e ld in v a . rious p a r t s o f the U n ited S tates, and on M o n d a y th e r e w ill be a m e e tin g in th e N e w Y o r k p a r k w h ich w ill, iu all p r o b a b ility , su r p a s s a n y th in g of th e Iu n d ev e r held on t h a t g r o u n d . S e v e r a l s ta n d s a r e to b e erected f o r s p e a k e r s of d ifferent la n g u a g ­ es, a n d th e a r d e n t feelings of the p e o p le can h a r d ­ ly fail to d r a w o u t a v a s t m u ltitu d e to hear. T h e r e is m u c h in tlie H u n g a r ian stru g g le to r e ­ m ind u s o f th e d a y s o f our ow n tria l du r in g t h e seven y e a r s w a r . O u r prou d o p p r e s s o rs th o u g h t th a t t h e disciplined legions of E n g lan d could p u t do w n th e sp i r i t o f rebellion in a few d a y s an d re ­ d u c e tlie hand f u l o f s e ttlers to ab ject term s ol su b ­ m ission. H o w m istak e n th e y w e r e in tlieir c a l c u ­ latio n s t h e y lea r n e d in d u e season j u s t as R u s s ia an d A u s t r i a h a v e learn e d , in th e ir conflict w ith H u n g a r y , t h a t “ th e r a c e is n o t alw a y s t o th e sw ift n o r t h e b a t t l e s tr o n g .” T h e w o r ld is astonished th a t G o rgey and B e rn, u n d e r a l l t h e ir d isad v a n tag e s , should h a v e carried su c h co n s tern a tio n into th e se r r i e d ran k s o f t h e i r p o w e r f u l foes; b u t t h e tru th is t h a t th e H u n g a r ian s lik e t h e A m e ricans, h a v e m a d e u p th e i r m inds to d i e o r b e f r e e ; an d th is is a t e m p e r o f m ind n o t to b e trifled w ith. T h e H u n g a r ian s h a v e m u c h h a r d fig h tin g to do, h o w e v e r , before th e y achieve th e i r g r e a t o b ject in v i e w , T h e resou r c e s of R u s s ia a r e g r e a t and t h e h o rdes w h ich s h e can b r in g dow n from th e n o r th a r e by no m e a n s to b e disp iscd . w h ile A u s tr ia can also bring into tb e field a v a s t p o w e r . B u t w e still h a v e stro n g confidence th a t H u n g a r y w ill find m e a n s for su c c e s s fu l resistance. (JUTTIN GB AND CARVINGS. W h e n tlie E a r l of B radford w a s b r o u g h t b e f o rc L o r d L o u g b b o roug. to bo ex a m in e d up o n a n ap p licatio n for a statu te of lun a c y ag a in s t lnm , t h e C h a n c e llor asked him, “H o w m a n y legs h a s a sh e e p !” “D o e s your L o rdship m e a n ,” an s w e r e d B radford, “a live s h e e p or a d e a d one ?” “ I s i t n o t ; th e sam e thing i” said th e C h a n c e llo r. “N o , m y L o rd ,” said L o rd B radford, “there is m u c h differ­ ence : a live s lieep h a s four, a d e a d one b u t tw o — th e r e arc b u t tw o legs of m u tton, th e o th e r s are shoulders,” j Higg™ P r e s i d e n t T a y lo r ’s incom e is §40,000 p e r , y e a r . H e refu s e d to g iv e a n y th ing to w a r d b u ild I ing a ch u r c h in th e vicinity of W a s h in g to n , a n d ■ w h e n th e com m ittee o f application rem in d e d h im ! th a t P r e s i d e n t Jefferson gave §50 for a sim ilar p u r - j pose, is said to have rep lied th a t Je f f e r s o n d ied insolvent.— Exchange. P e r h a p s Jefferson w a s in th e h a b i t of p a y in g postage on his political correspondence, previou s to his election as P resid e n t.— N . H . A r g u s . M r. G reeley, of the T ribune, is going to stu m p i t th r o ’ V e r m o n t previous to the election there. \We h a v e now m o re h o p e o f the success of th e P r e e D e m o c racy of th a t S tate. M r. G r e e ley 's ad v o c a c y o f T a y lorism w ill b e a b o u t a s effective in th e G r e e n M o u n ta in S ta t e now as it w a s l a s t fall in O h io .— B o ston R e p u b lican. fS jT T h c W a s h ington R e p u b lic g iv e s u p Iow a , a s having gone dem o c ratic. T h e re w a s a p e r fect union of th e whigs. free soilers an d ab o litionists in th is S t a te . Besides w h ich th e sc a t te r e d M o rm o n s th r o u g h o u t t h e S tate all s u p p o r ted th e w h ig ticket. D e m o c r a c y h a s triu m p h e d over th e com b ined lac- tious. P & - M r. M a x w ell h a d not been in the C u s tom H o u s e m o re than th r e e days before h e h a d to dis charge one of h is new ap p o intees for intcm p e rancet A n d y e t G eu. T a y lor said in h is in a u g u r a l a d dress,* t h a t capacitg a n d honesty sh o u ld be in d isp e n s a b le pre-requisites for ap p o in tm e n ts to of fice. “M e n are m a d e in th e im a g e o f G o d .”— G entlem en are m a n u f a c tu red by tailo r s , b a r b e r s , an d boot-blacks. \ W o m a n is tlie la s t an d m o st p e r f e c t w o r k o f God.” L a d ies are tlie prod uctiuus o f silk-w o rm s, m illiners, a n d dress-m a k e rs. 52^“ A m a s s m e e ting, for the expression o f s y m ­ p a th y w ith tho H u n g a rians, is to be con v e n ted oil M o n d a y afternoon in tlie P a r k . T h r e e p latfo rm s a r c to b e erected , to allow o f ad d r e s s e s being d e ­ liv e r e d in th e F rench and Sclavonic languages, as w e ll as th e English. j\ n old gentlem a n , who lias d a b b led all his life in statistics, says he n e v e r h e a r d o f m o re th a n one w o m a n w h o insured her life. H e accou n ts for this, h y the singular fact o f one o f tho q u e s tio n s on every insurance p a p e r being, “ W h a t is yo u r age ?” p a y Tlie crops in M a ine a r e good. F o r th e first lim e in three y e a r s , th e W e e v il h a s n o t tro u b le d th e w h e a t. T h e p o tato e s is alm o s t r e a d y for digging, and i t lias not been inju red b y tho r o t. R ev . T homas B uhch .— T h e f u n e r a l o f th e R e v . T h o m a s B u r c h w a s a t ten d e d y e s t e r d a y m o rning a t 10 o’c l o c k b v a la r g e concourse o f friends. A n a d ­ d r e s s w a s d e l iv e r e d in th e S a n d s st. M e thodist c h u r c h b y R e v . L a b a n C lark, (p resid in g elder.)— A m o n g th e clerg y p r e s e n t, w e no ticed R e v . Dr_ P e c k , R e v . J . J . M a tth ias, R e v . M essrs. S e n e y , L a w , R in g , S topord, N o r ris, A m m e rm a n an d o thers.— H is r e m a ins w e re conveyed to G reenw o o d . M r. B u r c h w a s 71 y e a r s old. H e w a s a n Iris h ­ m a n b y b i r t h , b u t h a d ,b e e n in th is co u n tr y since h i s b o y h o o d . H e h a d p r o b a b ly b e e n con n e c ted w i t h th e M e thodist church as a m in ister n e a r ly h a l f a cen tu r y . H e d ied of disease of th e h e a r t . H e w a s a l i tt le m o re un w e ll th a n u s u a l durin g the d a y , b u t took d in n e r w ith th e fam ily. T o w a rd s ev e n in g h e w a s l e f t alone for a few m in u tes w h ile th e f a m ily to o k t h e i r te a ; a f t e r w h ich , h is son w e n t to 'h i s room w i t h a cu p o f t e a . H e h a d und r e s s e d h i m s e l f a n d gone t o b e d ; an d w h e n his son w e n t to th e b e d side h e found t h a t h e w a s dead. I t w a s e v id e n t t h a t he h a d j u s t b r e a th e d his last. A n a t ­ te n d a n t w a s in t h e room adjoining, b u t she iieard n o Doise, and i t is p r o b a b le t h a t lie died w ith o u t a stru g g l e . T h e P e s t i l e n c e . — A c c o rding to acco u n ts from a l l p a r t s , c a s e s c o n tin u e to b e r e p o r ted , b u t n o t of tb a t m a lig n a n t c h a r a c t e r or ty p e as a t first. T h e sam e m a y be said o f d y s e n tery cases. T liey a r e m o re u n d e r th e phy s ician s control an d yield g e n e r ­ a l l y t o m e d icine. T h e r e c e n t s torm s h a v e g e n e r a te d a p u r e r atm o s p h e r e and tlie prom ise of h e a lt h is favorable. B a t th e r e m u s t not be an y lackin g o n o u r p a r t s o f t h e ru les o f p r u d e n c e . T e m p e r ­ an c e and cleanliness m u s t s till be as scru p u lo u s ly o b s e r v e d as w h e n th e pestilence w a s a t its h e igh t- N a t u r e suffers none to infringe h e r law s w ith i m p u n i t y . H e r r e q u ir e m e n ts are so r e a s o n a b le t h a t h e can n o t b e prn o u n c e d o th e r th a n insane w h o viola­ te s h e r b e h e s ts . S a x F e a n c isco.— A le t t e r s a y s : “ 1 m u s t con. fess I h a v e been so m e w h a t d isa p p o in ted as to tlie g e n e r a l a p p e a r a n c e and clim a te. T h e co u n tr y all aro u n d is bleak , b a r r e n and d e s o l a t e ; m o u n tain s o f san d rise on a l l s ides covered w i t h p a r c h e d an d b u r n t grass, a n d a s far as th e eye can reach, a sin ­ g l e t r e e can n o t b e discovered; a ll ia b a r e . T h e acco u n ts of th e in t e r io r a r e b e tter. I ex p e c t e d to to find a m ild clim a te, b u t i t i s as cold a s a N o v e m ­ b e r d a y , and all w e a r o v e r c o a ts.” B a rley an d O a ts have y ielded w e ll, a n d corn p r o m ­ ises finely. B r a n d y is a leveler, a lieadach e r , a consu­ m e r of substance, a d e s tr o y e r o f h e a lth , a re g u l a ­ tor, an instig a to r of rio t aud bloodshed, a b r e a k ­ e r of dom e s tic peace, and a fru itfu l source of m isery' a n d crim e. L e t’s p u t b r a d y dow n . p g r A C a lifornia ad v e n tu r e r w r itin g from M a- zatkui say s : “ W e alL trav e led th r o u g h M exico w ith o u t passp o r ts , a n d w e r e tre a t e d v e r y w e ll— ex c e p t th a t tliey stole ev e r y th in g from u s t h a t th e y could lay their han d s on. T h e S t. Jolm M o rning N e w s says, th a t th e r e n e e d be no fears of th e failu re of t h e po ta t o crop in th a t region, as it is now o u t o f d a n g e r from tlie disease ; th e q u a n t i t y an d q u a l­ ity are good. p g p C o n n e c ticut, though b u t th e tw e n ty - e ig h th in size o f t h e states of the U n ion, holds pro b a b ly ab o u t th e sixth place in ran k as to the am o u n t o f m a n u f a c turing carried on w ith in its lim ­ its. p g \ T h e C a l i f o r n i a W h i g ,— A p a p e r w ith this title is abo u t to be published iu Sari F rancisco by one Ja m e s M. Crane, form e rly e d ito r of a p a p e r in V irginia. p g p A n A m e rican vender of u n iv e r s a l m e d icine declares tlia t if his prescrip tio n be follow e d literallv , a cure is certain. “T h is m e d icine is to be tak e n ix - tern a lly , E x -teraally and, E-ter nally.” N in e ty thousand lan d w a r r a n ts h a v e been issued to soldiers w h o serv e d in th e M e x ican w a r , g iving a w a y to them , a s a b o u n ty , 13,800,000 acres. E g f Y o u n g ladies w ith low n e c k e d frocks on, se t a fellow ’s h e a r t in a b laze, w h e t h e r h e is insured a t “M o ral M u tual’, o r not. L e t th e m b e t a ­ k e n up and confined. A s h e l Peck, E s q , o f B u rlington, h a s been nom inated b y the F ree D e m o c racy as a can d id a te for C o n g ress inV e rm o n t, to su p p ly t h e vacancy oc­ casioned b y th e resignation o f M r. M a rsh. p g p “ W h a t h a v e you got t h e r e , Jo e '! ” “ I g o t a ham . “ T h a t ain’t* a ham , it’s n o th in g b u t a shoulder.” “I t ’s a ham , I t e l l you, b u t uot a n u ltra liana.” p g p T h e life o f O liver G o ldsm ith, b y W a s h in g ­ ton Irving, so long an d im p a tien tly ex p e c ten , is p u b lish e d by P u tn a m . I t is th e l i t e r a r y e v e n t of th e season. p g - T h e C incinnati D isp a tch says, C incin n a ti is h e r s e lf a g a in . The ra t tle of th e d r a y , th e h u m of vehicles of a l l descriptions, a n d th e r e n e w e d a c t i v ­ ity of lier citizens, are ag a in resu m e d . pST\ A F renchm a n got ex c e e d in g ly an g r y w ith a w a i te r a t F rench’s hotel. “ Y o u dam rasca le ,” exclaim e d h e , “I blow your nose f o r yo u !” fS g \ “T h is is a fine d a y ,” as a m a n w h o n e g lected to atten d Iiis m ilitary d r i l l sa id t o th e collector. p g f \ M a rried people s h o u ld stu d y each o t h e r ’s w e a k points,as s k a ters look o u t for w e a k p a r t s in th e ice, in o r d e r to keep off them . lio n , R . S . T h u rston has b e e n e le c ted a d e ­ leg a te to r e p r e s e n t the territo r y of O r e g o n in th e n e x t H o u s e of R e p resentatives. f-vR~The P e n n s y lvanian claim s a d e m o c r a tic nrn jority of five iu thc nex t H o u s e o f R e p r e s e n t a ­ tives. P o litics is beginniug to afford am u s e m e n t to the gen tlem a n of leisure w h o assem b le in sha- cty p laces to s p e n d the afternoon. J t g p T h c R a leigh (N . C.) S t a n d a r d claim s th a t M r. S tan ley is not leg a lly ele c te d , and in tim a tes th a t Itis co m p e titor m a y co n test th e seat. M ils . F a n n y K e m b l e B u t l e r . — T h e E x p r e s s gives th e particu lars of th e riding d r e s s w o rn b y th e above lady, who w a s m o u n ted upon a sp ir ited g r a y ho r s e . “ S h e w a s in a p laid s k i r t ( b lack and w h ite) a b lack jacket (not a sack.) clo s e ly fittin g a felt hat, a b lack lace v e il, liaw k ing gloves, an d , lor th e f r e e r use of h e r person, a p a ir of w h i t e p a n ts, w e ll stra p p e d dow n to her boots, w h ich w e re d e c k ­ e d w ith a fine p a ir of s p u r s ! W e c a n sw a llow t h e entire descriptio n of tliis A m a z o n ian dress w i th th e Brooklyn Institute. A u g u s t 16, 1849. - N a t u r a l H is t o r y D e v a u t m e x t .— G e n e r a l N i­ chols in th e chair. V isitors — M r. H o o p e r in tro d u c e d M r . T r a v e r s ; M r. L o u n s b u r y introdu c e d M r. S. H a r in g . T h e m inutes o f t h e form e r m e e tin g w e r e read an d adopted. R e p o r ts — Mr. L o u n s b u r y sta te d th a t th e shells re f e r r e d to him , found in N e w Y o r k B a y , a r e tlie E u s its Uincreus, and t h a t th e y a r e ra t h e r rare. M in e r a l — J u d g e H a m m o n d e x h ib ited sp e c i­ m e n s o f B o ldfer S to n e from M y r tle avenue, w h ich w a s r c fered to M r. W a lters to r e p o r t upon. Concholngy — Mr. L o u n s b u ry ex h ib ited tb e fol­ low ing beau tiful s h e lls: P y r u la Carona. P y r u l a Pugilina. P y r u l a R a p a . P y r u l a P e rversa. O rnithology — Mr. P ik e ex h ib ited th e Podicepts R u b r icol/is, or R e d n e c k e d G rebe, a b ir d freq u e n t­ ing th e regions of H u d s o n 's B a y ; lik w ise C a r d i­ nal Grosbeak, m a le and fem a le , w i t h n e s t and e g tU - M r. H o o p e r, according to prom ise, ex h ib ited the N ig h tin g a le of E n g land, and th e M o c k ing B ird of the U n ited S tates. In addressing th e d e p a r tm e n t lie sta t e d th a t he w a s n o t going to say m u c h , but the s u b ject, in itself interesting, w a s r e n d e r e d still m o re so, from the fact of these b ir d s havin g in cited t h e m u se o f tw o po e ts of th e i r resp e c tiv e clim es, which he w o u ld read, as tlies e productions so w e ll defined the pow e rs o f th e sond B irds. Mr. H o o p e r th e n read a poem b y T u rn e r , which beautifully and po w e r fu lly unfolded th e varied ch a r a c teristics of t h e song of tlie m o c k ing bird.— H e an im a d v e r ted upon th e preju d ices of E n g lish ­ m e n w h o proclaim e d th a t th e r e w e r e no birds of song in this country, and accounted ibr it, firstly, from com ing h e r e w ith associations of yo u th, now clo u d e d b y dis-appointm e n t, aud secondly, from th e supposition t h a t tliey visited th e neighboring fields au d groves in th e h e a t o f a h o t sum m e rs d a y , in ten t only on gaining a b r e a t h of cool air, w i t h t h e ir m inds filled w ith th e id e a s of g a in. M r. H o o p e r th e n read a p lay f u l an d beautiful poem on the N ightingale, by E liza Cooke, show ing hor pow e r even upon tlie r o u g h plough-m a n and w ild gipsey, in arrestin g th e ir a tten tio n du r in g her w a rbling, Mr. H o o p e r said h e should not a t t e m p t to m ake uny com p a rrison b e tw e e n those b ir d s . T liey were to tally different a n d i t w o u ld ouly t e n d to foster a prejudice. E n tym o logy. — Mr. W a lters ex. tlie Iclm e u m a n fly ca p tu r e d by our sick friend Mr. J o r d a n . M r. A k h u r s t ex. W a te r B e e tles, of various sizes, c a p tu r e d in E a s t N e w Y o rk. P l a n t s .— J u d g e H a m m o n d ex. R u d b e kid P e n a ti folia E u p b a rbia. M r. C a d m a n ex. K o lr u tcria P a u i c u l a t a A c a c ia Julibrissin. M r. H o o p e r ex. A lgae. Polysiplionia v a r ig a ta, A r g a l d t C a llitham n ium plu m u la, L y n b e rg. M a d a m e P a n n e n tier p r e s e n ted a v e r y ra r e and b e a u tifu l variagated P o m e g r a n a te from a Chinese p lan t belonging to h e r collection. M r. W a lters ex. L o b e lia C a rdin a lis. M r. A k h u r s t ex. W ild flow ers. U n finished B u s iness .— On m o tion, a resolution of th a n k s w as voted to M a d a m e P a r m e n t ie r for the choice specim e n of P o m e g r a n ite p r e s e n ted . A le t t e r w a s th e n r e a d from our esteem e d friend M r. B e ll, from S a n F rancisco. On m o tion adjourned to T h u r s d a y evening next, a t 8 o ’c lock. D . L it t l e j o h n , S e c r e tary . C u rious.— M r . R u s h o u r m in ister a t P a r is w h o w a s so prom p t in recognizing th e re p u b l ic an d w h o s e conduct w a s so w a r m ly a p p l a u d e d in this c o u n t r y is one o f t h e first m inisters r e c a lled b v th i s I e x c e p tio n o f t h c p a i r o f s p u r s ! F e w ladies w o u ld T h e C h o l e e a .— B y th e N e w Y o r k rep o r ts , as published for a few d a y s p a s t . i t w ill h a v e been ob- observed t h a t th e nu m b e r of d e a th s , in proportion to t h e num b e r of cases r e p o rted , h a v e g r e a t l y di­ m inished. In y e s terd a y ’s r e p o r t tliey stood in about the proportion of oue to three. ’T h is show s t h a t the disease has c h a n g e d its ch a r a c ter an d becom e m o re m a n a g e a b le. In d e e d i t now m o re g e n e r a lly ru n s off into a m ild form o f d y s e n tery a n d th e cases t h a t have becom e ; so in d istinct in th e i r c h a r a c r e r th e N e w Y o rk B o a rd o f H e a l t h h a v e im i t a t e d th e ex a m p le of tliis city in declining alto g e th e r to re p o r t th e m . B y t h e w a y f w e ask e d th e h e a l t h officer of this city s e v e r a l d a y s ago w h y lie h a d d r o p p e d t h e p r a c ­ tice of r e p o rtin g th e c a s e s. H e m a d e us a c ivil and satisfacto r y rep ly b u t a s it w a s n o t in ten d e d for publication it did n o t ap p e a r in p r i n t. W e m ay say, how e v e r, t b a t th e rep o rtin g o f cases is, al w a y s , o f questionable pro p riety an d n o t to b e re lied on. Tlie d e a ths give the b e s t indication of the progress o f th e disease. E v e r y b o d y uow seem s to b e sanguine t h a t the disease h a s ab o u t run its course ; and w e t r u s t t h a t ev e r y b o d y is right. C h o l e r a in E n g l a n d . — W h ile th e C h o lera h a s d isap p e a r e d from P a r is and dim inished m u c h in the o th e r tow n s an d cities of F r a n c e it is larg e ly on t lie increase in E n g lan d . T h e deaths in th e L o n d o n d istrict, w h ich, on thc previous w e e k w e r e 783 reached 926. T h e r e w e re 578 cases on W e d ­ nesday, tuid 254 d e a t h s ; on T h u rsday 559 cases an d 241 deaths. In M a n c h e s ter a n d tlie neighbor­ hood som e ad d ition a l cases are rep o r ted , b u t th e m a n u f a c tu rin g districts, up to this tim e , have been ex e m p t from th e scourge. Tlie h e a lth o f B risto l seem s to be im p roving. A t P lym o u th , and along th e S o u th W e s t coast, th e epidem ic still p r e v a ils to a n alarm in g degree. In W a les tlie m o r tality has been very considerable, b u t t h e S . E . coast h a s g e n e r a lly escaped t h e visitation. F o r the D a ily R a g le. T!*e ITXoiUerlcNs- God w ill p r o t e c t th e m o th e r less W ith his a ll pow e rful a r m ; , H e calm s th is w e a r y , t r o u b le d b r e a s t, A n d s h ields them from all h a r m . H e bids th e m look above the w o r ld A n d call upon his nam e ; H e s a y s w h o e v e r c a lls in f a ith , S h a ll n e v e r call in vain H e bids th e m ask — th e y shall r e c e iv e . K n o c k , a u d lie’ll l e t th e m in. H e ’ll gu ide th e m safe, t h e y n e e d not fear If they b u t t r u s t in him . H e w ill n o t only guide th e m h e r e , B u t w e lcom e th e m ab o v e . For all his m e r c ies, all his care, H e only ask s th e ir love. Oh, no ; t h e y a r e not friendless, T h o u g h m o th e r less below , For G o d w i l l m a k e th e m sorrow lcss, H e ’ll h e a l tlieir ev e r y woe. H e ’ll w a tch , direct, and guide W h ile.throu g h this w o rld t h e y roam ; A n d w h e n th e i r life h a s e b b e d its tide, T h e y ’ll re s t in heaven, tlieir hom e . L. E . CITY COURTS. J u s t ic e s ’ C o u r t , B e fore J u s tice J o h n B . K i n g .— Tlie M ayor an d Com m o n C o u n c il o f tlie city of Brooklyn, v s. M ichael G u rrry. T h is w a s an action for tlie violation of tho city o r d inance, en titled “A law to am e n d a law to reg u late th e public m a r ­ k e ts.” I t ap p e a r e d in evidence t h a t th e d e f e n d a n t w a s pursuing tlie o c c u p a tion of a b u t c h e r , w ith o u t having procured a license, acco r d in g to law . T h e The J u s tice g a v e ju d g m e n t in favor o f p laintiffs for §50 and c o s ts. Jo h n N . N e a l y , vs. N icholas C h ristionson. T h is w as a suit b r o u g h t b y N e a ly ag a in s t C h ristionson to recover §22 for m u s ic furnished a t t h e f u n e r a l of tlie late O w e n C o lgan deceased. T h e plaintiff w a s not a b le to m a k e o u t his case,and th e ju s tice o r d e r ­ ed a non s u it. T h e M a y o r and com m o n council vs. Jo h n M e L a n e . This w a s a su i t b r o u g h t b y th e plaintiffs ag a inst the d e f e n d a n t for v iolating th e city- ordi­ nance proh ibiting th e sale o f m e a t s w ith o u t a li­ cense. T h e case w a s clearly m a d e o u t a g a inst th e defendant, a n d th e j u s t i c e ren d e r e d j u d g e m e n t in favor o f p laintiffs for §50 a n d costs. M ichael C o n n a y w a s sen t to j a i l for 60 d a y s for an assault and b a t t e r y on h is w ife M a ry. A n n W e s t w a s com m itted to t h e C o u n ty j a i l for LO d a y s for being d r u n k and disorderly. W a t c h R e t u r n s . — W a tch m a n H o r a c e N . T e a l brou g h t in a w o m a n nam e d R o s a n n a for being drunk and o b s tr e p e r o u s . F in e d § 3 . Jo h n O 'C o n n o r a n d his son John, j r . , w e re bro u g h t before the m a g i s t r a t e hav in g been found ly in g in a house in C o llege P l a c e b e a s tly dru n k ; and w h e n tlie w a tchm a n w a s a r r e s tin g th e m old J o h n an d y o u n g Jolm each sn a p p e d a pistol a t th e w a tchm a n . E m m a T a y lo r w a s fined § 3 for b e in g d r a n k an d disordely. C h a s. S tevens w a s com m itted to j a i l on a ch a r g e of a s tealing som e c h ickens. M a ry D o w d w a s a r r e s t e d an d co m m itted for strk ing her h u s b a n d on th e arm s w i t h a b r i c k c a l l ­ ed a “ P o p e s H e a d ” a n d th e n p u m m e llin g h im w ith her “fives.” T h e P resid e n t and his C a b in e t are u n d e r g r e a t concern ab o u t the P e n n s y lv a n ia O c to b e r election an d G o v e rnor Johnson, w h o b o p e B to bo re-chosen, is show ing R o u g h and R e a d y to t h e p e o p le o f th e interior, w ith an ind u s tr y w h ich p r o v e s th a t h e is a skillful tactician. F r o m P i t t s b u r g lie w e n t to B e a v e r ; tlience to N e w c a s t l e ; tlie dayr after, lie goes to M e rcer; the n e x t d a y , to M e a d v ille, and S a tu r d a y an d S u n d a y r e m a in s a t E rie- T h e old in m a y , w e think, now se t him s e lf dow n as an u ltra whig. R e v . G e o . W . B e thum , L ,'L , w ill p r e a c h w ith ( d i­ vine perm ission) to-m o rrow , A u g , 2 6 th , in the C e n tr a l D u tch Church in H e n r y st. S e r v ices a t 10 1 2 A .M . and 4 P .M . *' TO K E E P E R S OF S W I N E IN E IG H T H W A R D . I n B o a r d o r H e a l t h , ) • B rooklyn, A u g . 20,18-49. ( . O n m o tio n o f M d ; B u r b a n k ,'It w as j R e s o lved, T h a t th e follow ing regulation is necessary and p r o p e r f o r t h o preservatiohT.of I h e public lieuim , v i z : llm t no S w in e sh a ll be k e p t b y any person o r person s a t o r iu any p la c e w ithin -Uie E i g h t h W a rd of said city, betw e e n T w e lfth an d T w e n ty-eigh th streets nnd S e c o n d a n d N in th av e n u e s a l te r F I V E D A Y S from th e p u b lication o f th i s r e ­ solution in th e n e w s p a p e rs o f th e c i t y ; an d t h a t a n y p e rso n violating, o r failing to c o m p ly w ith this reg u latio n , a f ter tho aforesaid tim e , forfeit a ll t h e S w ine so k e p t to th e use o f tho poor o f tho county, m id b e p ro s e c u ted fo r a m isd e m e a n o r ' und e r th e provisions o f t h e law regulating th e B o a rd o f H e a lth. JA M E S C. W A T T S , C ity C lerk. E X T R A C T F R O M S T A T E L A W O F 1832. , G G. E v e ry person w h o sh a ll w ilfully v io late an y regula- 1 io n s s o to be m a d e and p u b lish e d by any su c h B o o m o f H e a lth, shall be deem e d g u ilty o f a m isd e m e a n o r, arid oil conviction thereof, s h a ll b e su b ject to fine o r im p r is o n m e n t, or b o th , a t t h e discretion o f th e C o u r t; such flne n o t to ex­ ceed one thousand dollars, n o r such im p riso n m e n t tw o years. n u 2 l 3w JIAUKIEB, In N e w Y 'o rk, o n tlie 21st- in s t., hy the R e v . I ) . C. L a n s ing, 11. D ., M r. J o s e p h 11 u y a n t , of N e w Y o rk, to M iss M a r t u a E . P a l m e r , d a u g h ter o f E r a s tu s P a lm e r , E s q . o f B rooklyn. In N ew Y o rk, o n the 23d in s t., b y th e R e v . M r . C ltase, M r . W . E . W i l s o n , late o f L o n d o n , Eugland, to H e n r i e t t a N o w e l l , la te o f T r u r o , C o rnw a ll, England. B1EJD, In tliis city, on the 2-lth in s t., after a n illness o f 2 w e e k s , of dysentery, w iiich slie b o r e w ith a C h ristian f o r titu d e and resignation, P h e b e B u r t i s , relict o f J o h n B u r tis, in the 00 th year o f lier age. T h e r e latives and friends o f t h e fam ily a re r e s p e c tf u lly in­ vited lo atten d lier funeral from th e residenco o f iier son, W illiam Burtis, No. 81) L a w rence s tr e e t, to-m o rrow m o rning ut 8 o’clock. Her rem ains w ill b e taken to H e m p s te a d for interm e n t. A t G reat Barrington, M ass., suddenly, on tlie 21st instan t, G e o r o e K u s s e l l , son o f G e o . U. Ives, of B rooklyn, L . L, aged III m o n ths. A t B a b y lon, L . 1., o n th e 23d inst., o f congestion o f tiie brain, W e l p l y , infant son o f H o ratio N. tu id F r a n c e s M. F ryatt, aged 1 y e a r, 5 m o n ths a n d 23 days. A t G len C o v e , L . I., on d ie 24th in s t., E l i / . a d e t i i C . S., wifo o f W illiam N . G ilbert, of N e w Y o rk, in t b e 47th year of h e r age. In N e w Y o rk, o n tlie 24th in s tan t, after a lin g e r in g illness, P e t e r T o w n s e n i i , in die 80th y e a r of his age. A t S taten island , o u die 20th inst., o f cho lera, a l te r a few hou r s illness, M rs. E l i z a b e t h , w ife o f J e n k i n J e n k in s , ol tlie s h ip O r p h a n , ot N ew Y o rk. N O T I C E T O O W N E R S O F D O G S . C i t y I n s p e c t o r ’ s O f f i c e , C ity Hall, ) B rooklyn, A u g . 11,1849. j P u b lic m itice is h e r e b y g iv e n th a t a ll D OG S , unm u z z led, ru n n in g a t large iu th e city o f Brooklyu, a r e s u b ject to th e o r d in a n c e directing th e m to be killed. O n o n d alte r W E D ­ N E S D A Y , 15th day o f A u g u s t, th e O rdinance w ill b e e n ­ forced by pcrsous duly au tho rised , w h o , upon certificate* o b ­ tained from tliis ollicc, w ill be p a id 50 c e n ts for ea c h d o g so killed and buried. 1-’. R . W E S T , Insp e c to r E a s tern D istrict. JO E L S M I T H , “ W e s tern “ B roo k lyn , A u g u st I l t h , 1849. _________________ a u l l tf M l i J I O y U D - B . II. B O O T H , B u ild e r , h a s r e m o v e d iiis residence an d busin e s s to 82 L a w r e n c e s tr e e t, b e ­ tw e e n M y rlle avenue a n d Jo h n s o n streets, w h e r e h e wiB bo h a p p y to a tten d to all o r d e r s in h is line of business. B rooklyn, A u g u st 20ih, 1849. ________________ au20 3m a t ) S T C H ILD R E N — M rs. A N D R E W O A K E S h a v in g S L A k in d ly oiTered to r e c e iv e into h e r fam ily an d tak e care o f ch ild r e n w h o m a y h a v e s trayed from th e ir ho m e s , so a s t o en a b le P a r e n ts a n d G u a r d ians m o re roadily to r e c o v e r t h e m : T H J S IS T O G I V E N O T I C E to all perso n s in w h o s e h a n d s L o s t C h ildren m u y com e th a t the offer h a s b e e n ac­ cep ted w itli thanks, an d i t is earnestly req u e s ted tliat s u c h m a y be taken to tlie s to r e o f Mr. Parsons, N o . 5 M y rtle a v e ., tliat they m a y he taken ca r e of. By o r d e r o f the C o m m o n C o u n c il. j e l 2aw tf no p a r t y adm inistration ancl M r. W a l s h xvbo h a s b e e n libellin g ev e r y republican effort in E u r o p e , p r a i s i n g d e s p o ts, vagabnnd princes an d c a s t off aristo c r a c y , a n d ridiculing the attem p s of th e o p ­ p r e s s e d m a s ses to c a s t off th e yoke of ty r a n n y is re t a i n e d in his p lace. S traw s , i t is said, show th e co u r s e o f t h e w ind. T h e W e s t m in s t e r R e v iew , a B r itish Periodical, seem s t o h a v e f a u n d o u t G e n ..T a y lor alm o s t as soon as w e h a v e found him o u t in this country. I t sa y s :— “ B u t in A m e r ica, a lth o u g h th e sy s tem is b a d enough, w h icli p laces s u c h m e n as G e n . T a y l o r a t th e b e a d of tlie s ta te , w i t h no other q u a lification th a n t h a t o f being “ rough a n d ready,\ th e p o w e r o f t h e P resid e n ts is lim ited b y th e in d e p e n d e n c e o f th e S t a t e s .” v e n tu r e upon o n e ;— a n d su r e ly F a n n y K e m b le, w h o m w e b e liev e to b e a l a d y w h o s e t s old an d ob so lete e ti q u e t te a t defiance,w o u ld n o t v e n t u r e upon two spurs, unless th e y w e r e b o th a t t a c h e d to tlie le f t boot. T o C u r e t h e C h o l e r a . — T a k e tw o ounces of h e n ’s m ilk, p u t into a hog’s horn, a n d stir it up w ith a c a t ’s fe a t h e r ; th e n divide the m a s s into p ills as big as a piece o f chalk, about as long as a stick an d sw a llow th e m crossw ise—freq u e n tly.— B o ston P o s t. T h e above m a y b e very good b u t Col. B e n ton’s “g o a t’s w o o l” is m u c h b e tter. A S t i r .— T h e n e w T a y lor functionary in th e d i s tr ict atto r n e y ’s office, N e w Y o rk, has m a d e q u ite a s t i r a m o n g t h e steam b o a t and ship ow n e rs by su d d e n ly pouncing on them for a p e n a lty of §50 for n o t h a v ing th e nam e s o f tlieir vessels p a in t on t h e ste r n in w h ite lette r s on a black ground. I t a p p e a r s t h a t a law w a s passed b y Congress, som e h a lf a cen tu r y ago, before s team b o a ts w e re in v e n t­ ed, req u irin g tliis precaution. T lie spirit o f th e la w lias been k e p t dow u to the p r e s e n t tim e , b u t as t h e stern s of steam b o a ts are covered over and o u t o f sig h t the nam e has heen pain ted in larg e le t t e r s on tlie s ide ; b u t the n e w atto r n e y insists th a t th e law- s h a ll b e k e p t to tiie very le t t e r and has im p o sed tiie p e n a l t y of §50 on a large nu m b e r of ow n e r s . T h is is a p r e t t y fair s a m p le of T a y lo r ism . - A m ic a c a e l k A d j u s t m e n t . — I n t h e case o f b a s ­ tard y brought a few d a y s since b e f o re Ju s t i c e T r u ­ m a n S m ith, th e p a r t i e s p a r ti c u la r l y concerned a f t e r m a tu r e consideration o f the p a in f u l position th e y had im p r u d e n tl y p laced th e m s e lves in, cam e to au am icable arran g e m e n t, tffid m u t u a l l y p l i g h t ­ ed their t r o th t o each o th e r an d co n s e n ted to en ter into a p a r tn e r s h ip for life to h a v e a n d to hold, for b e tter or for w o rse <tc. \SVc w ish s incerely t h e i r liap piness m a y h a v e no other in terru p tio n , and m u s t so far co m p lim e n t.th e p a r ties as to say , th e y liave given tlie only evidence t h e y could possib ly g iv e under existing circum o tances t liat t h e y are n o t d e ­ ficient ill c o m m o n sense. J3^” W i l l i a m 51. B eebe <fc Co., H atters, 13ti B roadw a y , New Y o r k , anti 138 C h e s tn u t s tr e e t, P h ila­ d e lp h ia—w ili issue tlio F A L L FA S H IO N o f 1849, for G e n ­ t l e m e n ’ s H a t s , on S A T U R D A Y , tlie 25th d a y o f A u g u s t instant. U p o n presenting ourselves before our p a tr o n s an d friends at tins tim e w illi tiie Fall F a s h io n , w e beg leave to rem a r k , ttir.t an en tire change of S tyle lias been effected, w iiich is entirely original a n d new in every particular. O f tlie qu a lity and ch a r a c te r o f tiie H AT, w e w ill only say, t l ia t o n r utm o st, endeavors liave heen a u d are lo insure i i s a d v a n c e m e n t ; and th a t o u r efforts for tlie a t tain m e n t o f t h a t o b je c t w ill n e v e r be relax e d until we liave a r r i v e d at tlie h ighest p o s s ib le p o in t uf perfection. W M . 11. B E E C E & CO., h a v e received by lute a r r iv a ls, direct from I’aris, an extensive variety of F a ll and W in ter F u r G o o d s for C h ildren—C h a p e a u C u s s q u e ites, & c .. the m o st beautiful tuid ap p r o p r iate articles for t l i e season ev e r im p o rted. A lso, Ladies an d M isses B e a v e r an d C a s tor B o n n ets, L a d ies R iding lin ts, Arc., a li o f w h ich w e r e m a n u ­ factured to order e x p ressly for tlie i r trade from sam p l e s se­ lected by M r. Beebe in thut groat m e tr o p o lis o f F a s h io n .— T h e s e goods w ill lie ready for th e inspection o f th e P u b lic on S A T U R D A Y , the 25th inst. uu21 5t B roo k ly n F em a le A cadem y. — T h e first term o f th e Fourth A c a d e m ic year in tliis in s ti tu ti o n w ill com m e n c e on W E D N E S D A Y , tlie 5th d a y of S e p te m ­ ber next. A p p lications for th e a d m ission o f P u p ils, m a y b e m a d e to M essrs. Beth L o w , J n o . H . Sm ith and D a v id C o o p e , or to th e P rincipal a t t h e A c a d e m y . nu24 d td S t y Ar a special meeting; o£ th e Board of M a n a g e rs o f die Society for tlie R e form a tion o f J u v e n ile D e linquents, c o n v e n e d A u g u s t 17lh, 1849, tlie follow ing r e ­ solution w as unanim o u sly ad o p ted ■ W h e r e a s , th e r e is n o t room for th e rece p tio n o f an y fur­ th e r delin q u e n ts in tlie m a le d e p a r tm e n t o f t h e N e w Y o rk llo u s e of R e fuge, Resolved, T h a t th e S e c r e tary g ive th e no­ tice r e q u ir e d by tlie C h a r ter to th e p r o p e r au th o r ities, thul the liouse is u o w full, a n d tliat n o m o re hoys c a n he r e c e ived at present. S h e r i f f ’ s O f f i c e , ) City o f B r o o k lyn, A u g u st 23d, 1849. j T c e rtify th a t the a b o v e is a tru e copy o f th e origin a l, re­ ceived by m e from die officers o f d ie “ N e u Y 'ork H o u se ol Refuge.” D A N ’L V AN V O O R H I S , Sheriff. au24 3t C y T he \Youtli’N Free .Library, o f tlie B rooklyn Institute, w ill he r e - o f e e e u , for d i e distrib u tio n o f B o o k s , o n S A T U R D A Y E v e n in g , S e p te m b e r 1st. T h is L ib r a r y is i - u e e t o a l l m i n o r s ; und B o o k s are riven o u t o n T h u rsday a f ternoon’s to girls nnd S a tu r d a y and M o n d ay evenings for hoys. a u 2 i d t d II. G . N I C H O L S , S e c rcutry. F IR E INSU R ANCE! I n s u r a n c e — i.A u t h o r i z e d b y t h e C o m p t r o l l e r o f t i l e S t a t e o f N e w Y o r k , p u r s u a n t t o A c t o f A p r i l 10, 1849.) zE T N 'A .....................C a p i tal .......................... 8250,000 P R O T E C T I O N .. . “ ......................... 200,000 H A R T F O R D “ ......................... 150,000 F ire Insurance C o m p a n ies o f H a r tf o r d , C o n n . R isk 9 u k e n and Policies issu e d by C H A R L E S E . B U L K E L E Y , A g e n t, N o . 10F u l t o n , c o r n e r o f C o lum b ia s tr e e t, m y ! 4 Gm B rooklyn. A D e s p e r a d o . — Officers S q u ires aud W liitehill arrested a m a n nam e d C h a rles C u rrin, for t h r e a t e n ­ ing to tak e th e life o f J o h n H e e n y an d his w ife.— H e e n y and C u r r in reside in th e sam e liouse t o ­ getiier, and a t m id n ig h t on the 2 4 t h inst., C u rrin atte m p t e d to b r e a k iu H e e n y ’s door, w h ile H e e n y an d his w ife w e r e asleep. T h e noise aroused H e e n y , w h e n h e p l a c e d bars of w o o d ag a in s t tlie door, and th u s p r e v e n t e d C u rrin's en t r y . T h is done H e e n y an d h is w ife g o t out o f tlie r e a r xvin- dow and called tlie w a tch m a n . C u r r in held in his hands an axe a n d a h a t c h e t , and sw o re lie w o u ld kill th e first m a n w h o a t t e m p t e d to a r r e s t him . C u rrin w a s fin a lly secured an d b r o u g h t before Ju s t i c e T r u m a n S m ith , w h o co m m itted h im for exam ination. S e a S e r p e n t . — M r. Jo h n M a rston, of S w a m p s cot, d eposes on his co r p o ral oath, before a ju s ti c e of th e peace, t h a t he saw th e g r e a t snake w ith his m o r tal eyes l a s t fast-dav, o ff N a n t a s k e t B e ach. H e w a s “heading to w a r d s the S w a m p s c o t,” an d w a s in sig h t of y o u r depon e n t from fifteen to t w e n t y m inutes, a f t e r w h ich he w a s “h u l l dow n :” M r. M a rston deposes fu rth e r , t h a t he h a s seen a ll sorts of fishes and hun d r e d s of horse m a c k e r e l, b u t n e v e r before saw an y thin g like th is. A c c o rding to the w h o le o f th e account, w e ju d g e th a t the se a serp e n t w ill be from 80 to 100 feet long this season, and in c o n form ity w ith the established ru le “k e e p Iiis h e a d above w a t e r ” for th e accom m o ­ d a tio n of s p e c tato rs. P a s s a r o u n d t i i k H a t . — A n In s p e c t o r o f th e custo m s a t N o rfolk, hav in g g o t h is d isc h a r g e from tliis no p a r t y adm inistration, sends t h e S e c r e t a r y o l the T r e a s u r y his hat. In his l e t t e r h e say s : Sir— H a v in g discharg e d th e d u ties o f in s p e c to r of the custom s for th ir tee n y e a r s w ith f id e lity and to thc satisfacton o f all, y o u h a v e th o u g h t p r o p e r in your w isdom to d isch a r g e m e fro m th a t office, th e r e f o r e , tvs you th o u g h t p r o p e r to ta k e m y h e a d off, m y h a t is no longer o f a n y serv ice to m e. I send i t t o y o u a s a p r e s e n t; if it s h o u ld n o t f it y o u it can be tu r n e d over to the m an w h o h a s “ n o f rien d s to rew a r d and no enem ies to punish.” I t is w e ll know n th a t th e class of m e n w h o p a c k e d and d ir e c ted the h u n k e r convention a t Hom e, do not profess th e opinions, nor s h a re t h e confidence of th e d e m o c r a tic p a r t y .— Em-. P o s t. T h e labors o f th e E v e n ing P o s t for harm o n y an d union have been w o n d e rful. I t h a s the success of the p a r t y g r e a t l y a t heart. T h e B r itish Q u e e n is on h e r Irish tour, an d does n o t a p p e a r to be received w ith indifference. W e a r e t o l d th a t “tlie w ild, clam o rous shout o f H e r M a j e s ty ’s Irish su b jects, w a s a th in g n e v e r to be fo r g o tten — a s o u n d t h a t w ill b e r e c o llected forever.” W e do n o t t h in k th a t t h e H u n g a r ians w o u ld h a v e b e e n so joyous am id t h e i r oppressions. K id n .U'I’ k d . — A negro n a m e d A l b e r t w h o h a s been living in P e n n s y lvan ia w ith a q u a k e r g e n t l e ­ m a n som e th r e e or four y e a r s , w a s stolen aw a y a few days ago, and sp ir ited off to M a ryland and lodged in jail. I t is alleged th a t h e ra n aw a y from his m istress, M rs. H a y s of C e c il county, Md., four years ago. T h e q u a k e r friend xvitli w h o m he h a d been living follow e d a f ter him , in ho p e s of procuring his r e lease, b u t w a s a r r e s t e d an d h e ld to bail till h e should p a y over A l b e r t ’s w a g e s to th e am o u n t o f § 1 0 0 0 . A l b e r t is to he sold to som e L o u is iana p lan ter, so th a t he can n o t ag a in ru n aw a y — p r o b a b ly G e n e ral T a y lo r m a y b u y him. T r u ly s lav e r y is a p a tr iarch a l in s titu tion ! P e a c e in I t a l y . — A co r resp o n d e n t of th e L o n ­ don Chronicle, w r itin g from P a r is on T h u r s d a y evening, say s tlie p a r t i c u la r s o f th e m a n n e r in w h ich the final se ttlem e n t o f th e am n e s ty b e tw e e n A u s tr ia a n d S a r d in ia took p lace a r e n o t y e t know n beyond th e fact t h a t i t i s D o t p r e c isely in t h e term s originally spoken of. T h e g r e a t a n d im p o r tan t f a c t is, t h a t the p e a c e h a s b e e n u l t i m a t e ly signed. FIRST PB EM U Iill BOOT1 AND S IIO E S T O R E — D a v i d M u n d k l l is h u p p y to inform h is frien d s an d custom e rs th a t he is b a c k to h is old s tand , N o . 11G F u lton street, w h e r e ■ he in ten d s to keep a good general a s s o r tm e n t o f L a d ies’ a n d G e n tlem e n s ’ HOOTS m id S H O E S , o f th e first q u a lity an d latest style ; particular atteu tio n paid to th e s e lection o f th e best F ren c h C alf s k in an d b e s t sole leather, so t h a t no gentle! m a n m a y despair o f g e ttin g a good boot a n d e leg a n t fit, a t m a 3 _________ D. M U N D E L L ’S, 116 F u lto n s t. U rooklyn, T O L O A N IN O N E SUM O R _ in sum s of n o t less th a n $ 2,000 e a c h ; and s 10,000 in one o r tw o s u m s ; tw o o f $5,000 e a c h ; th r e e su m s o f 82,000; o n e o f $2,500, S 2 ,t00, S I , 9 0 0 ; an d C0LLEGJS GRAMMAR SCHOOL, FO R BOYS. T H E n e w building c o r n e r o f A tla n tic a n d C lin to n stree ts h a s been selected for th e Scholastic, a n d th e h o u s e No. 300 Suite street (near B o n d ), for th e h o a r d i n g D e p a r tm e n t, w h e re term s , & c., muy be m a d e k n o w n . T h i s Institu tion is designed to em b r a c e tlie t h o r o u g h m o ­ ral and religious training o f p u p ils, as far a s th e ^constant su p e r v isio n and com p a n ionship o f the teach e r s can attain lh a t o b ject. T h e course of s tudies p u r s u e d , is s u c h as w ill fit b o y s for C o m m e r c i a l or P r o f e s s i o n a l life. C o r n e l i u s E . S w o p e , A . M ., P rincipal o f t h e Classical D e p a rtm e n t. E d m u n d B. T u t t l e , P r in c ip a l o f the E n g lish and C o m ­ m e rcial D e p a rtm e n t. L e f k o y R a v e n h i l l , A. IJ., M . D., Clussicnl T e a c h e r . P io u t K o w a l e v v s i , T e a c h e r of th e M o d e rn^ L a n g u a g e s . M r s , M a r y IL T h o m p s o n , M atron. R E F E R E N C E S : R ig h t R e v . W illiam K o llinson W h ittin g h a m , D .D. fc4 44 Alonzo P o tter, D .D ., L .L .D . R e v . W . A. M u h lenberg, D I). 44 S a m u e l Seabury, D f ) . 44 B e n jam in U. C u tler, DD. 4* F rancis V inton, D D. 44 W illiam 11. L e w is. D I). 44 Jo lm S. Stone, D D . 44 J . W . Diller. Ills Excellency H a m ilton F ish , A lbany, H o n . W m . 11. S ew ard, A u b u r n , H o n . O g d en Hoffman, N e w V o rk, D a n iel LeU o y , E s q u ire, N e w Y o rk, G e o . P . Morri*, 44 44 N . P. W illis, 44 44 Isaac O . B a rker, 44 44 Jo lm C. C ruger, 44 44 Henj. A . M u m ford, 44 44 A lonzo C rittenden, Prest. Fem a le A c a d e m y , B rooklyn. Jam e s A rlington B e n n e t, L .L .D . E d g a r J . Bartow, E s q u ir e , B rooklyn, D a n iel K m b u rv, *4 44 R ich a r d U p john, 44 44 C h a rles Congdon, 44 44 lid w ’d W h itehouse. 44 44 D. H. A rnold, ’ 44 44 R o llin Sanford, 44 44 Jesse C. S m ith , 44 44 G e o rge Hastings, 41 44 Joel VV. C o n d it, 44 N e w a r k , C. M. K ing, 44 44 au23 im I B J E t t t t F F ’ S S A L E — By v ir tue o f a n ex e c u tio n is* ► 3 sued out o f the S u p r e m e c o u r t o f t h e s t a te of'N e w Y o rk, to m e directed and delivered, 1 w ill e x p o s e for Rale a t p u b ­ lic auction at the Franklin H o u se, No. 15 F u lto n stree t, in th e city o f Brooklyn, on the 8 th day o f O c tober, 1849, a t 12 o’clock, at noon, of that d a y , all th e right, title an d interest whicli A q u illa B. England h a d o n th e I l t h day o f J u n e , 3840, or a l any tim e a fterw a rds, of, In a n d to All th e n o r th e r n equal m o iety o r h a lf p a r t o f t h a t certain lot, piece o r parcel o f lan d situ a te, lying an d being in the seventh w a r d o f th e city of B rooklyn, an d co u n ty of K ings nforesaid, an d w h ich is kno w n an d desig n a ted on a certain m a p o f property purchased by G eorge W a s h in g to n Pine from Jo h n S p a d e r and P h e b e h is wife, d a ted S e p te m b e r 17, 1833, s u rv e y e d by Sidney C. H e r b e r t, an d filed a s o f record in th e oliice of the Clerk o f th e said county o f K ing s , a s sec­ tion n u m b e r seventy-six (“ 0 ), a u d t h e s a id n o r th e r ly h a l f of Raid section hereby conveyed a n d in ten d e d so to be, is bounded w e s te rly iu f ront by C linton av e n u e , laid dow n on said n m p ; northerly on one s id e b y section n u m b e r seventy- four (74) on said in a p ; easterly in th e r e a r b y land o f tile heirs o f Jaco b K y enson d e c e a s e d ; and so u th e r ly on the o th e r sido by the s o u therly m o iety or hull* p a r t of s a id sec­ tion n u m b e r seventy-six, a n d th e said n o r th e r ly liulf o f said section n u m b e r seventy-six h e r e b y convoyed, co n tain s in w idth, in f ront and rear fifty feet, and in len g th on each side tw o h u n d r e d and thirty-one f e e t a u d s ix inches, b e th e sam e adm e a s u r e m e n ts m o re or less. T o g e th e r w ith all and sin g u lar th c ten e m e n ts, hered ita­ m e n ts and a p p u rtenances thercuuK * belonging o r in a n y w ise app e rtain in g . Dated B rooklvn, A u g u s t 2 5 ,1849. uu25 la w t s D A N ’L V A N V O O R H IS, Sheriff. MONTAGUE GARDEN. VUNCIC, form erly o f M o u n t P r o s p e c t H o tel, has ► 5 ^ 0 o p e n e d a house at 268 F u l t o n s t r e e t co r n e r o f P ierre­ pont, neurly opposite M y r tleav e n u e , w h e re hq.w ill be happy to see his friends and all others w h o w ish a p leasan t a n d cool retreat to enjoy a good cigar. je - ~ 3 m O ffice o f t h e B r o o k l y n G a s l i g h t Co. No. 1)8 F u lto n street, tip M u irs, A u g u s t 8 th, 1849. 1 T h e C o m p a n y a re now r e a d y to lay service p ip e ancl a ttach m e ters. T h o s e intending to becom e consum e rs o f G as are requested to call at the oflice a n d m a k e the necessary appli- cation. [au 8 tf] _________ It. N IC H O L S , P resident. C H I N A SO L D E R for m e n d ing C h ina, G lass, and E a r th e n w a r e , can b e h u d a t M U C H M O U E ’S Clieui C r o c k e r y store, 37 M y rtle av e n u e . fel2 bin A G L E B U IL D IN G , ^ 0 F u lton stree t, B r o o k ly n - D aily -aud W u o k ly N e w s p a p o r E s tab lish m e n t. w ell lo c a ted . In q u ir e ut STO N E & S O T H E R ’S, Real E s ta te Oflice, N o . 16 F u l t o n s t r e e t , jy24 i f _______________________________________ B rooklyn. g E V E K A L SU M S O F M O N E Y to b e loan e d on B o n d an d M o rtgage u p o n im p r o v e d R e a l E s ta te i n th e city o f B rooklyn. A p p ly to _ , K O L F E Sc T l tE M B L Y , A ttorneya at L a w , a u - 5 lw ~ N o . 3 F r o n t s treet. C S 'J T Y X S t t A S S K A I V D . A . C E N T R O , C o n d u c tor. T h e C ity B rass B u n d w o u ld resp e c tf u l­ ly inform th e p u b lic th a t they are r e a d y a t a ll tim e s to furnish M i l i t a r y Com p a n ies t B a l l s , P a r t i e s , E x c u r s i o n s and Sup p e r s w itli m u s ic. T h is ban d flatter tliem sol v e s t h a t th e y a r e e q u a l, i f not s u ­ p e r io r , to Juiy Bund t h a t hus h ith e r to b e e n o rg a n ized i n th e city o f B rooklyu, a n d few superior. T liey respectfully s o lic it th e patronage o f t h e i r B rooklyn friends, juid feel confident th a t th e y w ill give satisfaction to all w h o m a y choose to em p loy them . A p p ly to A . C E N T R O , P a r k H o tel, j« 1 5 3m cor. H u d son av. a n d C o n c o rd s t. G O L D S P E C T A C L E S . - T h e su b ,s c r i b e r i s p r e p a r e d to su p p ly a s u p e r io r a r ti­ cle o f S p e c tacles, highly finished, and w a r r a n ted for p u r it y and du r a b ility , at a r e d u c tio n from last m o n th’s prices. . W M . W I S E , J r ., w a tch m a k e r an d jew e ller. Je 3 0 79 F u lto n street. A F O R S A L E —28 lots, s itu a te in S o u th B rooklyn, p a r t f r o n tin g on R ichards an d p a r t on D ik e m a n s tr e e ts. T h e ab o v e lots w ill be sold a t a b a r g a in, f o r cosh, to close an estate. E n q u i r e o f G E O R G E 11A L L , L a n d an d G e n e ral A g e n t, 307 F u lto n s tr e e t. M CJl/JL’CJI?! IN P A R V O !—T h is m o tto is again e x e m plifled praclically in th e laying in, an d stow ing aw a y until c a lled for, o f lots o f b e a u tifu l Com b s, P e n c ils a n d P e n s and s h o a ls o f F inger R ing s , etc. T h e curio u s are in v ited to call an d s e e . dei W M . W I S E , Jr., W a tch m a k e r & J e w e ller, 79 F u l t o n s E __S . and E A R T H E N P r e s e r v e d J a r s o 4 nil k in d s and sizes—can b e had at 37 M y r tle av e . je 0 ^ L A S , ST O N E P E A R L S A G O —O f a su p e r io r qu a lity is offered for sule a t JAM E S \V. S M I T H ’S D rug a n d C h e m ical S to r e •^oiirt Rtreot. corner o f M o n tague P lace, beiu g n u tr i tiv e , ;asiiy digestible and w h o lly destitu te o f irritatin g p r o p e r ties, tit is particularly a d a p tin g at this tim e in pluce of r ich e r a n d ess m n o c c h t food. au 7 tf C SIANTIVIIVG’S w o r k s co m p lete; an d P E A B O D Y ’S L e c tu res on C h ristian D o c trine. A su p p ly o f th e s e iv o r k s ju s t received, and for s a le by A. M . W I L D E R , 51 F u lto n stree t, an d W I L D E R &, CO ., 151 A tlan tic s treet. P r ice of C h anning’s w o r k s , 6 vols- » . .$ 2 50. 44 P e a b o d y ’s 44 I 44 . . . . 37K au9 P A l A X S — 10 to n s p u r e W h ite L e a d , 1000 lb P a r is G reen, 300 lb C h r o m e G reen, i 500 lb I m p e r ial G reen, 250 lb C h r o m e Y ellow —an d all a r ticles g e - lerau y k e p t in a p a i n t s h o p , for s a le by J. M U N D E L L , d l * * ___________ a t h is O ld S tand , 116 F u lto n st. 1 U I T I B E R —W A T E R H O U S E , L I N N & CO., h a v e m d Oflice W A ? » L E D —A S1T U A 1 IO N, by a stou t, a b le, y o u n g m a n , ab o u t 18 y e a rs o f age, to learn th e M a c h inist or uo p p e r - s m ith business. B e s t o f r e ference g iv e n . A n n lv at N o . 30 F u lton street, 3d story. au l o C A L A E ' O l t N I A G O L D —A s m a ll invoice o f this p u r e and precious m e tal h a v in g c o m e to h a n d , 1 hav e p u t i t to o n e o f the best o f p u r p o s e s : m a d e it in to r ing s , to be u s e d tn s o lem n izing the in teresting cerem o n ial o f m a trim o n y . . W M . SviSB ) J r ., J e w e ller, & c ., ________ 79 F u lto u s tr e e t. Carnes’ Fashionable H a ir-C u tting 1 Saloon, M O . Gl F u lton s treet, th r e e doors a b o v e th e A tlan tic B a n k . I \ C A R N E S ’ w o u ld respectfully inform t h e citizens oi B rooklyn, th a t he has th o ro u g h ly refitted h is larg e and com - n o d iou s saloon, w h e re h e is n o w prep a r e d to trim g e n tlem e n ’s uiir an d w h is k e rs in th e m o s t fashionable s tvle. H a v in g th e aeutest and m o s t fashionable saloon ofth is k in d in B rooklyn, w ith to u r h a ir dressers, to accom m o d a te a ll w h o m a y favor uim w itli a call. A lso, ch ild r e n ’s h a i r c u t in th c m o s t fash* ionuble style. ^ Ctjiistiuilly on h a n d , a larg e s tock of perfum e r y an d F a n c y s o a p s , R u s sian Keztui S o a p , H a ir Oils, C o lognes, L u b in ’s Extracts, H air Brushes und C o m b s , H a t B rushes, N a n B r u s h - ;s, etc. A lso, a large asso r tm e n t o f s u p e r io r R a z o rs, all w a rranted to s u it the face o r no sale. A lso, t h e g e n u ine E m - trson R a z o r s tr o p s , so m e ex t r a large size, m o d e expressly •or g e n tlem e n sh a v ing tliem s e levcs—to g e th e r w ith a lan r e variety o f o th e r k inds. N . B.— C losed on S u n d a y s . m h 3 0 P I A I V O F O K X J 3 S . — T h e sub s c r ibers Shave c o n s tan tly on h a n d a g e n e ral a s s o r tm e n t . — -.Xsu p e r io r to n e d Rosew o o d a n d M a h o g a n y c a s e d in s tru m e n ts lo r sale o r h ir e . T h o s e h ir ing m a y h a v e t b e privilege o f purchasing a t th c ex p iration o f s ix m o n ths—th e price w ill be s tated w h e n engaged, a n a m o u u t o f h ir e deduc- tetl i f p u rchased. T h o s e in u e c d o f a s u p e r io r article w ill do well to cull ut our e s tablism h e n t. -•* , _ , IL G L E N N Sc, CO ., 194 F u lto n St., m l i - ly ______________ W e s t o f B roadw a y , N e w Y o rk. THOMAS BROOKS* F a s h i o n a b l e c a b i n e t , s o f a a n d c h a i r M anufactory an d W a r e h o u s e , N o . 44 F u lto n stre e t. Brooklyn. ’ T h e s u b s c riber w o u ld r e tu r n h is th a n k s f o r th e v e r y lib e r a patronage bestow ed u p o n him d u r in g th e p a s t year, an d w o u ld tak e this m e thod o f inform ing his friend s t h a t w ith a view ot m e e ting m o r e fully tlie increasing w a n ts ol* o u r th r i- c hns e n larged h is place of business, a n d hns no w .. r y 1 0 \\-K O O M r«, fitted u p exclusively fo r h ia d ifferent r»°. il,nd *ias th e m how filled w ith a s p len d id s to c k v r i p v.V n ?;„fti A iJO G A N Y A N D W A L N U T C A B I- rU R J5, o f th e m o s t ap p ro v e d p a ttern s , a l l o f w h icn lie w o u ld be m o s t hu p p y to show — a u d respectfully solicits orders for th e S p r i n g T r a d k , as th e y c a n b e filled m o re satisfactorily at thia s e a s o n o f th e year th a n d u r in g t h e busy s p r in g m o n ths. n i i t? v n . T . BROOKS, 44 Fulton street. B rooklyn, F e b r u a ry 9 lh , 1848. fe jQ ^ L A G G I i V G S T O I V I * > Y A I t D 9 B ridge street\ ? betw e e n P lym o u th a n d W a ter s treet. T lie u n d e rsigned w o u ld respectfully iuform th e citizens o f B rooklyn th a t ho has c o n s tantly on h a n d e v e ry description of N O R T H R I V E R B L U E S T O N E , w h ich ho w ill sell at th e low e s t p rices v- n «• . . „ , , z. P E T E R L Y N A N . s > a rds llag g e d a t th e sh o r test n o tice. au~u jm I t E W A R D — L O S T , on F r id a y lo s t,w h il e riding on to p o f one o f th e E a s t B rooklyn •itages, betw e e n > u lton F e r r y and the corner of M y rtle av e ­ nue an d B ridge .street, a P O C K E T -B O O K , co n tainin g $ 35 — two o s on th e A tlantic B a n k , an d th e nam e s o f t h e o th e r bills n o t know n . T h o finder w ill receive th e ab o v e r e w a r d and th e th a n k s o f th e o w n e r by leav in g it a t T h o m a s G as­ coyne s, co m e r of M y rtle av e n u e and R a y m o n d stree t, for a u 2 (J lw JO H N B . C O C H R A N . S X t . Y J E . t t D A R T S F O R L A D I E S ’\ a n d C h i l d r e n ’ s H a i r ! A good s u p p ly d f this graceful o r n a m e n t ia to UO tUUIlll lit W !SI4’S .luiualn. ,U ----- J .'~ 7 W i S i i/S Jow e lry s to re, ___________ 79 F u lto n street. F i t K .Y C I J ra t e n t P o lish for F u r n itu r e , for c leaning a n d rem o v ing stains from F u r n itu r e — c a n be o b ta in e d a t 37 ________ jeG H y rtle a v e . j’rice, 37 4£ c e n ts p e r b o x . C O O L I V E R O IL —'Ih o rem e d ial p r o p e r ties o f t h i s oil aro u n im p a ired by a n y process, a n a w a r r a n te d g e n u in e JA M E S W . S M I T H , C h e m ist a n d A p o thecary, u 2 C o u rt s t., c o r. M o n tague P lace. 1 I A M K J R U S ’ M I S C E L L A N Y o f U seR d T n \d\E n te' ta in in g K n o w ledge, iu 10 v o lu m e s f o r sale b y J A- M - W I L D E R , 51 F u lton , ___________ en d W IL D E R & C O ., A tlan tlo st d l l ^2 1 L ,A S S CANDLESTICKS, a t 3* p e r p a ir ,ca n b o o b a H tallied ut 37 Myrtle avenue. f„i 2 0 m

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