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P a p e r ru led to any p a t te r n . jylU B a n g i n g a c a d e m y . — m i s s P a r t i n g t o n ta k e s leav e to an n o u n c e t o th e p u b li c o f B rooklyn th a t h e r school f o r in s tr u c tio n i n D a n c in g w ill o p e n on tho 17th O c tober, a t th e B r o o k l y n I n s t i t u t e . H e r s y s tem o f teach ­ in g e m b a r c e s all tho fash io n a b le req u i r e m e n t s o f t h e art, e i th e r for th o s o c ial p a r ty o r th e pubU c a s s e m b ly room . T h e follow ing list o f d a n c e s , to g c thes w ith th o new e s t n n d m o s t p o p u la r qu a d r ille a n d cotillions, w ill b e ta u g h t. ju P< “ B r o o k l y n S a c r e d M u s i c S o c i e l y .— T h i s s o c i e t y g i v e t h e i r f i r s t c o n c e r t o b T h u r s d a y e v e n i n g , n e x t 2 6 t h i n s t , a t th e F e m a l e A c a d e m y ; o n w h i c h oc c a s i o u t h e o r a t o r i o o f t h e s e v e n s l e e p e r s , -w ill b e p e r f o r m e d . T h e f o r c e e n g a g e d , V o c a l a n d I n s t r u m e n t a l , w i l l c o n s i s t o f 1 0 0 p e r f o r m e r s . A m o n g t h e n a m e s w e fin d t h a t o f B r o o k l y n ’s f a v o r i t e , M r s . L A . J o n e s , a s , a l s o , t h a t o f M i s s . D e l u c e , M i s s . M . L L e a c h , a n d M iss. P e t e r s c h e n n ; M e s s r s . R . G . P a i g e - S . L e a c h , D . B . B e l l , a n d o u r o l d f r i e n d , J . S . 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T r u e P o l i t e n e s s .— A f r i e n d o f o u r s , a c c o m p a n i e d b y h i s w i f e a n d tw o c h i l d r e n , w e r e y e s t e r d a y c a u g h t in o n e o f th o s e f i e r c e s h o w e r s t l i a t o ld A q u a r i u s b e s t o w s . T h e y lo o k e d r o u n d f o r s h e l t e r , b u t n o n e o f f e r e d . A t t h i s t r y i n g j u n c t u r e a g e n t l e ­ m a n p a s s i n g w i t h a l a r g e s i z e d f a m i l y u m b r e l l a , i m m e d i a t e l y t e n d e r e d th e m t h e lo a n o f i t , a n d th a t w i t h o u t s a y i n g a n y m o r e t h a n t h a t i t m i g h t b e r e ­ t u r n e d t o ju s t i c e K i n g ’s o f f ic e , a t t h e b o r r o w e r ’s c o n v e n i e n c e •, a n d w i t h o u t w a i t i n g f o r t h e i r th a n k s , d a s h e d t h r o u g h t h e s t o r m . S u c h p o l i t e n e s s is v e r y u n c o m m o n t h a t w e t h i n k i t d u e t o o f f i c e r J o h n B i r d to a c k n o w l e d g e o u r f r i e n d ’s o b l i g a t i o n to h i m W e lo o k ’u p o n h i m f r o m th i s m o m e n t a s t h e k i n g o f b i r d s , a n d c o n s i d e r t h a t f r o m th i s ti m e e v e r m o r e , h i s c o g n o m e n o u g h t to ^ b e t h a t o f “ t h e E a g l e . ” R i c h w i t h o u t M o n e y .— P a s s i n g o v e r a v a c a n t l o t l a t e l y , I o b s e r v e d a l i t t l e b o y a b o u t tw o . y e a r s o l d , s i t t i n g o n t h e g r o u n d p l a y i n g w i t h s o m e s h e l l s i n t o w h i c h h e w a s p u t t i n g p e b b l e s a n d a r r a n g i n g t h e m i n r o w s a n d s q u a r e s a s liis f a n c y s u g g e s t e d H a p p i n e s s a n d s u n s h i n e w e r e u p o n h i s f a c e . 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H e to o k th e i n t r u d e r 1 c a r e f u l l y in h is t i n y fin g e r s a n d e x a m i n e d i t c l o s e l y , t h e n r e a c h e d i t t o w a r d s m e , w i t h a lo o k in d i c a t i n g t h a t i t s p o s ­ s e s s i o n m a r r e d h i s h a p p i n e s s . “ K e e p it , ” s a i d I, “ a n d b u y a c a n d y . ” T h i s d i d n o t t e m p t t b e li t t l e p h i l o s o p h e r , w h o s e e m e d a n x i o u s t o g e t r i d o f th e c o i n , a s i f i n s p i r e d w i t h t h e b e l i e f t h a t i t w a s th e “ r o o t o f a l l e v i l . ” F i n d i n g t h a t I w a s n o t in c l i n e d t o r e c e i v e b a c k t h e u n w e l c o m e g i f t , h e a t le n g t h t h r e w i t a w a y , a n d a g a i n r e t u r n e d to th e in n o c e n t a m u s e m e n t o f a r r a n g i n g h i s p e b b l e s . G . J A M I E S C O L E , A U C T I O N E E R .— E x e c u tors’ sale o f s p len d id B u ild in g lots, in th e T th w a r d of th e city of B rooklyn, a d jo in in g th e m o s t v a lu a b le an d best im p ro v e d ia r t o f w i l l i a m s b u r g h ; p a r t o f t h e estate o f A b r a h a m A. item s e n , deceased. J a m e s C o l e w ill s o il a t A u c tio n o a T U E S D A Y ,O c t. 23d, IP49, a t 12 o ’clock, a t th e M e r c h a n ts’ E x c h a n g e , N e w Y o r k , by o r d e r of C. P . S m ith an d H e n r y B te r u m , E x e c u to r s , 125 v a lu a b le bu ild in g L o ts, v i z : 05 lo ts o a D ivision a v e n u e , in c lu d in g 12 c o m e r s 8 44 o n R o d n e y stree t 23 44 ou K e a p street 3 44 o n H a r riso n avenue 10 g o r e lols in r e a r o f H o o p e r s tr e e t 11 lo ts on M arcy av e n u e . Profiles o f a l l lh e s tr e e ts liave b e e u m a d e , so th a t b u ildings m a y b e erected, w ith ce r tain ty as to th e grade. 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T h a t v a lu a b le p r o p e r t y in t h e city o f B rooklyn, k n o w n m the P E A R S A L L E S T A T E , co m p r is in g ab o u t 250 as d e s ir a ­ ble lots a s con b e f o u n d iu o n e en tire p a r c e l in isrooK iyn.— It c o m m e n c e s o n A tla n tic stre e t, a t its ju n c tio n w ith th e F iatbush T u r n p ik e , a n d ex ten d s a lon g s a id tu r n p ik e to C a rl­ ton nvenue, an d is b o u n d e d o n its o t h e r s id e by Sth av e n u e an d W y c k o ff s t r e e t ; F iatb u s h av e n u e b e in g intended t o in­ tersect th e p r o p e r ty nearly th r o u g h its c e n tr e . I t is likew ise intersected by Pacific, D e a n , B e rgen, and Pearsall s tr e e ts, an d by th e S ix th av e n u e . T h e g r a d e o f th e w h o le t r a c t is rem a r k a b ly fine for th e p u r p o s e o f city regulation, a n d tlie ch a ra c te r o f t h e g r o u n d excellent for w o r k in g and grad in g . F i f t h nvenu e is o p e n e d a n d r e g u l a te d a n d Pacific a n d D e a n streets a r e p a v e d . T h e title to th e w h o le is u n q u e s tio n a b le , an d the s a le w ill be p e r e m p to r y an d u n r e s e r v e d . 75 p e r c e n t o f th e p u r c h a s e m o n e y ca n rem a in o n m o r t ­ gage o f th e p r e m ises, a t the o p tio n o f th e buyers, fo r five years at 6 p e r cent. M a p s o f th e p r o p e r t y cau n e o b ta in e d a t M r. B leecker’s office, N o . 7 B r o a d s tr e e t, N . Y ., tw o w e e k s before t h e s a le. olG d t d S . C A M B R E L E N G . L a P o lk a , R e d m o n d W a ltz, P o lk a W a ltx, C e llurius W a ltz, L a Polacca, L a C a c h u c h u , E l X o leo de X o r c 3 , F le u r do C liam p s , S p a n ish G u o racha, P a s d e T a m p a , P a s E c o s v a is, P a s d e T u m b o r in e , L n B a y a d e re P u s S o u l L a T a r a n tule, M e d ley D a u c c , W a ltz, Q u a d rilles, C o tillions, Sec. As o n e o f t h e P r in c ip a l o b je c ts in teach in g d a n c in g to C h ild r e n in p r iv a te life, is to im p a r t a graceful c a rr iugc and easy d e p a r t m e n t , M iss P . w ill p a y p a r ticu lar atten tio n to this d e p a r t m e n t o f h e r s y s tem o f in s tr u c tio n . T e rm s o f iu itio n i t c . , m a y b e k u o w n on ap p lication a t h e r residence N o . 88 L a w r e n c e St., n e a r J o h n s o n s t. 08 tf L a C racovicnc, P a s do F leu r s , E l Bolero, W a ltz C u iquo T e m p , W a ltz D e u x T e m p , Olio D u n c e , L a S y lp h ide, P a s do D a n u b e , P a s d e M a telot, Irish L ilt, L a T y rolean, H ighland F lin g , Pus do ViLlageois, P a s de Bachana), ©lotljing & ©tutoring. O N E P R I C E S T O R E . C l o t h i n g C h e a p e r t h a n o v e r a t t h e F u l t o n S a v i n g s B a n k —N o . 9 0 F u l t o n * s t r k k t , N e w Y o rk. T H E subscribers h a v i n g becom e s a tisfied o f the iniquity o f the system w h ich m a k e s tho m a n w h o is disposed to g iv e a fair value fo r h is C lothing, P A Y F O R L O S S E S b y th a w w h o ura n o t, hav e decided o n adopting tho O N E P R I C E S Y S T E M in th e ir business, a n d gen tlem e n p u r c h a s in g o f them , m a y rest a s s u red that they w ill n o t u n x m i ' o s k d u p o n by having to p a y for their neighbor’s clothing. W e ore now prepared w ith a N E W S T O C K O F F A L L A ND W IN T E R G OO D S , o r t i i k l a t e s t s t y l e s , a t lo w e r p r i c e s t h a n e v e r b o f o r e a t t e m p t e d ! D R E 8 S aud Frock C o a ts , of F r e n c h nnd E n g lish Cloth. SA C K an d Office C o a ts, of C loth, C a s s im c re, T w e e d , a n d C o ahm arettc. B lack, Blue, G reen, B r o w n , D rab, <Stc. C L O A K S , oi super. F r e n c h , B lack, B lue, i t c . p a v t ' J iv . . . . . i . : . . i n . M o n t a g u e E a l l C o n c e r t a n d A s s e m b l y B o o m s , OPPOSITE T H E CITY H ALL, COURT ST R E E T . B H . H A I N E S , L e s s e e o f tho ab o v o sp a c io u s nnd • m u g n itlceut ro o m s , (th e larg e s t a n d m o s t elegantly flniehed i n th o S tate o f N e w Y o rk,) respectfully begs to a p ­ p r is e th e p u b li c t h a t h e is p r e p a r e d to m a k e arran g e m e n ts w ith M a n a g e rs of Balls, C o n c e rts, L e c tu r e s , 4cc., for t h e use o f h is e s ta b lis h m c n t o u r e a s o n a b le term s . 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B a ll, S u p p e r , an d A n te-R o o m s arc now b r il lia n tly *nated ‘ * ith ................ illu m i w ith gas a n d p r e s e n t a m o r e brillia n t a p p e a r a n c e t a n e M ilitary, C ivic an d F ir o C o m p a n ies, M a s o n ic an d O d d Follow s’ A s s o c iations, C lub s a n d P a r ties a n d O r g a n izations o f every d e s c r ip tio n , w ill h e r e find all th e acco m m o d a tio n s they m a y r e q u ir e , including facilities for S u p p e r , D inner, or incidental R e f reshm e n ts . B rooklyn, O c to b e r 1st, 1849. o3 4m W M . H . D E G B O O T ’S N e w Y o r k O a k H a l l CA S H T A IL O R IN G a n d c l o t h i n g w a r e h o u s e , 84 nnd 8 U F u l t o n , n n d 47 n n d 4!) G o l d s t s . , N . Y . Tlio s u b s c riber h a v in g e n larged n n d refitted h is s tore, ■winch is now th e largest C l o t i i i n q W . v k h i u h : s v . in in® c‘iy. c a u e x h i b it tho choicest nsso r tm e n t o f goods offered by this a n d tlie E u r o p e a n m a r k e ts, eeieeled entirely by himself, a n d m a n u f a c tu r e d u n d e r his ow n s u p e r ­ vision in the best a n d m o s t fasliionablu m u n n c r , com p ri sin alto g e th e r tile m o st s u p e r io r s tock or ° F A L L A N D W I N T E R C L O T H IN G , A m e rica, w liicli h o w ill sell C h o u p o rtliaii E v e r ! liis m o tto beiug L I V E L Y T I I A O E A X D S M A L L lU l O I T T S . C o n s ta n tly 011 h a n d n n excellent asso r tm e n t of Cloths, C assim e res a n d V e s tings, w iiich lie w ill m a k e u p to m e asure th e m o s t a p p r o v e d s tyle, ut the low e s t prices, a o o o d k i t B R IN G W A R R A N T E D IN* A L L C A S K g . C a ll O l i d CXailimC. R e m e m b e r— O a k H a l l . W IL L IA M H . D E U ltO O T , 84 a n d 8 G F u lton, o5 3m ___________ an d 47 a n d 49 Gold s tr e e t, N o w Y o rk. M O N T A G U E H A L L , C o u r t s t r e e t , n e a r t h k C i t y H a l l , B r o o k l y n . M r . C H A R R U A U D an d M R S . L A U N A Y , h a v e tho ho n o r, r e s p e c tfully, to a c q u a in t t h e ir patro n s , a n d th e Ladies an d G e n tlem e n o f th e city o f B rooklyn, t h a t th eo irn D a n c ing an d W a ltzing, afternoon and ev e n in g classes, w ill com m e n c e on T U E S D A Y , 23d O c to b e r, a t th e A ssem b ly Room s, o f th e above H a ll. D a y s o f I n s tr u c t io n : T u e s d a y an d F r i d a y , a t 3Ja o’clock, for L a d ies, M isses im d M a s ters; nt7>£ o’clock , evening, for G e n tlem e n . 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W E call the atten tio n o f tho p u b li c to o u r establish­ m e n t; th e s to c k is L a r g e , V a r i e d an d E l e g a n t , c s is ting o f all th a t is g o o d au d s u b s t a n ti a l in th e m a r k e t, and m a d e up w ith a care for S T Y L E a n d D U R A B IL IT Y never before equalled. G e n tlem e n ciui get a n outfit h e r e in t e n m i n u t e s ! eq u a l th e best o rder w o rk, tm d a t a v e r y g r e a t s a v ing . W o ask every m a n w h o has a n oye singly to th o s o advantages, to give u s a call; w e tire s a tisfied t h a t it w ill be o b v ious to th e purchaser. O u r object is to m a k e custom e rs by giving them GOOD M A T E R IA L , E L E G A N T L Y M AD E , and a t a very sm a ll r a te o f profits I In th e wuy o f O v e rcoats, w e h a v e an asso r tm e n t so largo th a t even-* taste m a y b e gratified. 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In th e V est D e p a r tm e n t, w e h a v e e v e ry k i n d and v a r i e tv ; S ilks, S a tins, C a s h m e res, V e lvets, C a s s im e res, an d all o th e r kinds, iu th e m a r k e t; b u t th e m a in f e a tu r e o f o u r business is th i s ; w e g i v e a b e t t e r a r t i c l e f o r t h e s a m e m o n e y , than uny house in th e city. J . K. H O R A Sc CO ., L a r g e N e w Store, N o . 80 N a s s a u s tr e e t, b e tw e e n s22 3in J o h n and F u lto n s tr e e ts, N e w Y o rk. A . D A N C I N G A C A D E M Y . G E R A R D I , P r o f e s s o r o f D a n c ing, (late from N e w O r leans,) r e s p e c tf u lly in f o rm s th e citizen s o f Brook­ lyn, th a t h e w ill open h is A c a d e m y to g iv e in s tr u c tio n in D a n c ing o n F R I D A Y , 2 8 th o f S e p te m b e r , a t th o ro o m s of th e “ W a r r e n P o lytechnic S c h o o l,” 69 W a r r e n stre e t, be­ tw e e n C linton and H e n ry, S o u th B rooklyn. 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J o h u W e s . le y ; ” h e a d d r e s s e s , c h i l d r e n ’s d r e s s e s , <fcc. W e m i s s t l i e c o t t a g e a r c h i t e c t u r e b u t s t i l l t h e n u m b e r is a r i c h o n e . F o r s a l e a t t h e s t o r e o f M e s s r s . S t o r m s & P h e l p s , 0 9 l - 2 F u l t o n s t . T h e F r a n k l i n a n d D e a n G u a r d s , c o n s i s t i n g o f 25 m u s k e t s , p r e c e d e d b y th r e e n o b l e l o o k i n g p i o n e e r s a n d a f i r s t r a t e b r a s s b a n d , p a s s e d u p F a l t o n s t r e e t , t h i s m o r n i n g , b o u n d to t h e in t e r i o r o f L . I . o n a T a r g e t e x c u r s i o n . T h e a p p e a r a n c e o f t h e p a r t y w a s h i g h l y c r e d i t a b l e a s m i l i t a r y f i r e m e n . M o r t a l i t y o f N e w Y o r k D u r i n g t h e l a s t w e e k T h e n u m b e r o f d e a t h s f r o m a l l c a u s e s w a s 2 2 0 o f w h i c h o n l y tw o w e r e f r o m C h o l e r a . T h e w h i g s a r e s o w e a k t h e y c a n n o t c a r r y th e i r o w n c o n v e n t i o n s . T h e c o m m o n c o u n c i l m e e t t h i s e v e n i n g t o h e a r c o u n s e l i n r e l a t i o n to t h e s e w e r s . fG T X j K K A C O O K Y ’ S JO U R N A L .—J u s t pu b lish e d . N o . B 1 o f t h e A m e r ican E d itio n b y E l i z a . C o o k ’s J J o u r n a l . E D I T O R I A L A D D R E S S . W h ile ven tu r in g th i s step in th e u n iv e r s a l inarch o f p e r i­ o d icals, le t it b e u n d e r s to o d th a t I tim n o t anxious t o de­ clare m y s e lf a m e n tal J o a n o f A r c , b e a r i n g a special m ission to s a v e the p e o p l e i n t h e ir n o b le w a r , ag a in s t ignorance a n d w r o n g . I s im p ly p r e p a r e a p la in feast w h e r e th e v ian d s w iil be o f m y ow n cho o s in g an d som e of m y ow n d r e s s ing. 1 hope i f w liat 1 p r o v id e be w h o leso m e a n d r e freshing, I s h a ll hav e a ho s t o f f r ien d s a t m y b o a r d , w h o s e k in d w o r d s an d cheerful e n c o u rag e m e n t w iil k e e p m e in a p r o u d au d h o n o r ­ ab le position, a t th e h e a d o f th e tab le. 1 hav e been too long k n o w n by th o s e w h o m I a d d r e s s to feel s trange i n ad d r e s s in g th e m . M y e a r liest rhym e s, w r itten w ith in tuitiv e im p u lse before h a c k n e y e d experience o r po­ litic judgem e n t c o u ld dictate th e i r ten d e n c y , w e re accepted aud respo n d e d to b y th o s e w h o s e g o o d word, is a 44 to w e r of stren g th .” T h e first a c tiv e b r e a t h o f n a t u r e th a t s w e p t o v e r m y heart-strin g s aw o k e w ild b u t e a r n e s t m e lodies, w h ich I do tted dow n in sim p le notes. W h e n I found that o th e r s th o u g h t th e tu n e w o r th le a r n ing —w h e n I found m y strain s h u m m e d ab o u t t h e altars o f do m e s tic firesides, a n d s a w old m e n , b r ig h t w o m e n , a n d yo u n g ch ild ren s c a n n ing m y baliad strains, th e n w a s I m o d e to th i n k Lhat m y b u rning d e s ir e to po u r o u t m y so u l’s m e a s u r e o f m u s ic w a s giv e n m e fo r a pu r p o s e . M y y o u n g bosom th r o b b e d w ith rap tu re, f o r my feelings m e t w ith resp o n s iv e ech o e s from h o n e s t a n d g e n u ­ ine h u m a n ity , an d t h e glory o f h e a v e n seem e d p a r tially ro vcaled w h e n 1 dicso v e r e d th a t I h e ld p o w e r over th e affec­ tions o f e a r th . T h e sam e sp irit w h ich p r o m p t e d m y first attem p ts w ill m a rk m y p r e s e n t o n e . W h a t I h a v e d o n e h a s found gen e r ­ ous s u p p o r t ; le t m e t r u s t th a t w h a t 1 m a y do w ill s till m e e t the k in d h a n d o f h e lp . I h a v e fu ll c o n fidence in my friends, an d believe if I offer th e m th e co m b in a tio n o f u tility an d am u s e m e n t, th e y w ill freely ta k e th e w a r e s I bring, a n d n o t th in k w o rse o f m e f o r m ixing freely w ith th e m in Uie m a r k e t place o f a c tivity an d labor. I am anx io u s t o g iv e m y jfeeblc a i d to th e gigan tic s tr u g g le of in tellectu a l elev a tio n now going on, a n d fling m y ener­ gies an d w ill in to a cause w h e r e m y h e a r t w ill z e a lously a n i­ m a te m y duty. I t is b u t too tru e th a t t h e r e are d e n s e colum n s o f igno­ rance yet to be .dissipated—h u g e m o u n tain s o f e r r o r y e t to be rem o v e d —b u t t h e r e ia a stirrin g d e v e lo p e m e n t in th e m n ss w h ich only r e q u i r e s s teady n n d free co m m u n ion w ith t r u t h to ex p a n d itself i n t o th n t en lig h ten e d an d practical w isd o m oa w h ich ever r e s ts t h e perfectio n o f s o c ial a n d political c iv i­ lization ; nnd I b e liev e th a t a ll w h o w o r k in th e lle ld o f lite r ­ atu r e w ith sincere d e s ire to save th e m a n y ’by aro u s in g g e n u ine s y m p a th ies a n d edu c a tion a l tastes, need m a k e litttle profession of tiie i r s e r v ice, fo r 44 th e p e o p le” have s u fficient perception to tho r o u g h ly estim a te th o s e w h o are w ith and for th e m . I only ask a trial. I w ill g iv e th e b e s t m y ju d g e m e n t can offer from tho co-operation o f h e a lth y an d vigorous talent, an d m y ow n co n tin u e d effort. E L I Z A C O O K . T h i s J o u r n a l w ill b e p u b lish e d w e e k ly a n d each n u m b e r will co n tain 16 ro y a l octavo pages, d o u b le colum n s . It will form tw o han d s o m e vo lum e s annually. T H E P R I C E w ill b e th r e e c e n ts e a c h n u m b e r , o r $ 1 5 0 \per an n u m i n advance. P u b lish e d a t 80 N a s s a u - s t .; an d by D e x ter Sc B r o th e r s , A n n s i r e e t ; L o n g Sc B rothers, A n n s t r e e t ; S tr inger 4c. T o w n ­ send, B roadw a y ,land D c W itt Sc D a v e n p o r t, T r ibune B u ild ­ ings ; an d to b e h a d o f a n y B o o k s e ller. T r a v c llin g a g e n t s w a n ted —a p p l y t o N o . 80 N a s sau stre e t N e w Y o rk. P a p e r s th r o u g h o u t th e U n ite d S tates m a y insert th i s ad­ vertisem e n t s ix tim e s a m i s e n d i n t h e ir account for p a y m e n t w ith t h e f l r s t p a p e r in w h ieh th e ad v e rtisem e n t ap p e a r s , to t h e , p u b lish e r o f E liz a C o o k ’s Jo u r n a l, 80 N a s sau street, N o w Y o rk. o ! 9 tf L O N G IS L A N D C L O T H I N G W A R E R O O M . C L O T H I N G ! C L O T H I N G ! !— T E L E G R A P H L I N E — C o n d u c ted on th e C A S H a n d O N E P R I C E system , by F . \W HITING, 132 a n d 134 F u l t o n c o r n e r o f M iddagh sts., B rooklyn, w h e re a re n o w bein g op e n e d a larg e a n d new ly m a n u factured assortm e n t o f C L O T H I N G , m a d e up m o s tfushionable L o n d o n an d P a r is sty le o f G o o d s, all ol w h ich w illb e sold a t th e L O W E S T P R I C E F O R C A S H . 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W H A L E A N D D A U G H T E R respectfully an­ n o u n c e to th o L a d ies a n d G e n tlem e n o f t h e city of B rooklyn, th a t th e ir classes lu D A N C IN G , W A L T Z I N G , etc., w ill c o m m e n c e for t h e s e a s o n 1849-50, a t th e G o t h i c H a l l , on M O N D A Y , O c to b e r I5.th. F o r te r m s a n d particu­ lars see C irculars, to be h a d a t t h e prin c ip a l m u s ic a n d book stores, an d o f M r. W e ir , G o th ic H a ll. N . B. T h e s e m i-m o n thly s o c iab les w illco r a m e n c e on M o n ­ day e v e n ing, D e c e m b e r 17th. s!7 tf C O L L E G E G R A M M A S S C H O O L , F O R B O Y S . r U E new b u ild in g co r n e r o f A tlan tic a n d C lin to n s tr e e ts has b e e n s e lected i b r th e S c h o lastic, a n d th e h o u s e N o . 300 S tate s t r e e t ( n e a r B o n d ) , f o r t h e B o a rd in g D e p o r tm e n t. T h e F a ll te r m w ill beg in o n M O N D A Y , S e p t. 3 d . T h i s I n s titu tio n is d e s igned to em b r a c e t h e t h o r o u g h 1 m o ­ ral a n d r e lig io u s tra in in g o f p u p il s , as fur as th o co n s tant su p e r v isio n an d co m p a n io n s h ip o f th o teach e r s can a t tain th a t o b ject. T he course o f stu d ies p u r s u e d , i s s u c h os w ill fit b o y s for C o m m e r c i a l o r P r o f e s s i o n a l lifo. T E R M S : F o r tu i tio n i n t b e P r i m a r y D e p a r t m e n t . $ 6 00 p e r q u a r t e r 44 th e E n g lish c o u r s e .................................... 10 00 do 44 44 44 w i t h m o d e r n la n ­ guages 15 0 0 d o 44 full c lassical c o u rse in c lu d in g m o d e r n lan g u a g e s .................................................... 20 00 do B o a rders w ill b e c h a rged $ 7 5 f o r tu i tio n , b o a r d , w a s h in g , &c. C o r n e l i u s 33 . S w o p e , A . M . , P r in c ip a l o f th e Classical D e p a rtm e n t. E dmund B. T u t t l e , P r i n c i p a l o f th e E n g lish a n d Com ­ m e rcial D e p a r tm e n t. P i o t r K o w a l e w s i , T e a c h e r o f t h e M o d e m L a n g u a g e s . M r s , M a r y H . T h o m p s o n , M a tron. R E F E R E N C E S : R ig h t R e v . W illiam R o llinso n W h i ttin g h a m , D .D. 44 44 A lonzo P o tte r , D .D ., L .L .D . R e v . W . A . M u h lenberg, D D . 44 S a m u e l S e a b u r y , D D . - 14 B e n jam in C. C u tler, D D . 44 F r a n c i s V inton, D D . 44 W i llia m H . L e w is. D D . “ J o h n S. S tone, D D . “ J . W . D i l l e r . H is E x c e llency H a m ilto n F i s h , A lb a n y , H o n . W in . H. S e w a r d , A u b u m , H o n . O g d e n H o ffm an, N e w Y o r k , D a n iel L e R o y , E s q u ir e , N e w Y o r k , G eo. P . M o rrin, 44 44 N . P . W illis, 44 44 A lonzo C r ittenden, P r e s t . F e m a le A c a d e m y , Brooklyn. Jan ies A r lin g ton B e n n e t, L .L .D . E d g a r J . B a r tow , E s q u ire , B rooklyn, D a n iel E m b u r y , 44 44 R ic h a r d U p joh n , 44 44 C h n rlesC o n g d o n , 44 4 E d w ’d W h iteh o u s e , 44 44 D . H . A r n o ld , 44 44 R o llin S a n f o rd , 44 44 Jesse C . S m ith , 44 44 G e o rge H a s tings, 44 44 au25 tf Y O U N G L A D I E S SC H O O L . M R . A N D M’mu B E R T E A U ’S F r e n c h a n d E n g l i s h S c h o o l f o r Y o u n g L a d i e s , 43 P ie r r e p o n t street, B rooklyn H e ights, w ill re-open o n M O N D A Y , th e 3rd of S e p te m b e r n e x t. T h e E n g lish d e p a r t m e n t w ill be u n d e r th e d ir e c tion o f M r. C l e a v e l a n d . T h e r e a r e th r e e d e p a rt­ m e n ts : t h e P r e p a r a t o r y for y o u n g M isses u n d e r 7 years o f a g e ; th e J u n i o r au d t h e S e n i o r . F r e n c h is th e language of th e S c h o o l. T h e p r o s p e c tu s m a y be h a d a t t h e In s titu tio n . au24 2 m H A R D W A R E . H I T E & K N A P P , c o m e r o f F u l t o n and H ig h s ts ., invite p u r c h a s e r s to t h e i r a s s o r tm e n t of H a r d w a r e , C u tlery, M e c h a n ic’s^Tools, Sc c., & c ., w h ic h lias b e e n s e lected from first s o u r c e s , a u d w h ich is offered a t th e lo w e s t r a tes for C A S H o r a p p r o v e d cred it. T h e i r s to c k is co m p o s e d in p a r t o f ta b le a n a d e s e r t k n iv e s , forks, p o c k e t c u tlery , razors, b r itan n ia , iro n an d p la ted sp o o n s , ta b l e castors, te a and coffee po ts, s p itto o n s , h a n d , p a iu iel, b o c k a n d com p a s s s a w s , bench and m o u ld in g pianos, files, ch issels, h a m m e r s , tro w ­ els, try s q u a r e s , f r a m e , a x le, s c r e w , s id e an d u p r ig h t p u llies, glue, s a n d p a p e r , v ices, s a s h w e ig h ts, s a s h cord, c a rt, w a g o n an d p ip e b o x e s , s h e e t brass, sh e e t le a d , c u t , w r o u g h t a n d horse-snoe n a i ls , b u t t s , screw s , h in g e s , brushes, rim an d m o rtice locks, tire bolts, sh o v e ls, spad e s , rakes, h o e s , scythes, Sc c. E . D. W H I T E , jy25 6 m I . W . K N A P P . £ < I I / V E R S L I D E S A N D B U C K L E S — A fresh variety ® ju s t finished. W M . W I S E , J r ., ________ ________J e w e ll e r , Sc c., 79 F u lton s tr e e t. s 8 T H E N U R S E R Y — W o o d w a r d ’s V ic t o r ia S h ield e d Di ap e r P in s , o f p u r e silv e r , m a y alw a y s b e found a t s 8 W I S E S ’ J e w e lr y s t o r e , 79 F u l t o n st. R O O K L Y N I f l f S T I T t J T E . — D R A W I N G C L A S S E S .—T u e s d a y an d F r id a y evenings, com m e n ­ cing 10th OcU, 18-19. M e c h a n ical D raw ing—W m . A r th u r , T e a c h e r, $4 p e r q u a r ­ ter. A r c h itectu r a l D r a w ing—J o h n K e llu r a , T e a c h e r , $ 4 per q u a rter. L a n d s c a p e a n d F ig u r e D r a w iu g —R o b e r t I lo s k in , T e a c h e r, $2 n e r q u a r ter. Y o u n g L u d ics Class S a tu r d a y afternoon , from 3 to 5 o ’clk. A p p licatio n for a d m itta n c e m a y b e m o d e an y ev e n in g ‘ tho in s ti tu te . o5 4w B O A R D I N G —A G e n tl e m a n a n d h i s w ife, an d tw o o r t h r e e s ingle g e n tlem e n c a n b o ac c o m m o d a ted w ith BO A R D a n d R O O M S , f u r n ish e d o r u n f u r n ish e d . A p p ly 192 A tlan tic s tr e o t, S o u th B r o o k ly n . so lm ^taction Saits. A A R O N S T O N E , J r . , A n o t i o n e o r . S T O N E & S O T H L K , O f f i u k , 16 F u l t o n h t r k k t , B r o o k l y n , L . I . T h e a b o v e w ill g iv e tb e ir p e r s o n a l n tten tio n to t h e salo ol all d e s c r iptions o f H e a l E s tate n t au c tio n , a t th e M e r c h a n ts’ E x c h u n g o , N e w Y o r k , F r a n k lin H o u s e , B rooklyn, o r iu uny p a r t o f L o n g is l a n d , or ut p r iv a te s a le ; and use t h e i r best endeavors to p r o m o t e the intcreM s o f th e ir c u s to m e r s . T h u r s d a y , N o v . 1, A t 12 o ’clock ut the M ercUantV Exchange, T lie valu a b le p r o p e r t y on t h e S W cor M y rtle n m l H u d son aven u e s , B rooklyn, c o n s istin g o f a tw o story brick ho tel and dw e lling house an d l o t on U ie c o r n e r , o ccupied us n h o tel and dw e lling, a a d a n o y s te r salo o n in th e biiscm ent, m u l w o u ld m a k e a profitable in v e s t m e n t , as it w ill pay u large interest. T h e lot is 21 ti 4 ins in f ront uu d 26ft 11 in r e a r by 34 fl 9 ins d e e p . T h e b u ilding 21 It 4x24 aiul in addition in r e a r 10 ft 9x13 ; tw o s tory b r iek , and is in good o r d e r a n d le t to n good Icniiut. A lso th e tw o s tory brick fro n t s toro uud dw e lling, n e x t W o f a u d adjoining th e above. T h e lot is 20 ft front b y 4111 Din d e e p . Tlio b u ild in g , 20X24 ; tw o s tory a n d in good order, und ren ted to a good tenaut. T h e tw o will be s o ld to g e th e r o r sopcraie, to s u i t p u r c h a s e r s , und a large po r tio n o f tlie p u r c h a s e m o n e y m a y rem a in ou b o n d mid m o rtguge, a t 7 pr cent. F o r p a r t icu l a r s , in q u i r e n t tho office o f t h e au c tioneer, 16 F u lion stree t, B rooklyu. A lso lhc v a lu a b le b u ild in g lot, s itu a te ou th e w e s le rly tqde o f P e a rl s t, 177 f t N from T illa r y .st, 20 it 3 inches in w idth front and rear, by 103 ft d e e p . T e r m s : tw o -thirds of the p u r c h a s e m o n e y , m u y r e m a in o n b o n d and m o r tgage for a term ol* y e a rs, ul 7 p r cent. A t P r i v a t k S a l e . T h e v a luable h o u s e and l o t s itu a te oil th e N E co r n e r of W illo u g h b y nud P r in c e sts. T h e l o t is 25 feet 6 ins o n W il­ loughby s t by 75 f t o n P r ince s t . T h e house is 23 1*1 0 in s by 34 f t ; fram e tw o s to r ie s u ttic a n d b a s e m e n t ; b u il t in t h e best m a n n e r by* days w o r k , j u s t finished und is u d e s ir a b le resi­ dence. A line o f stages from F u lto n ferry pass t h e dour every* few* m in u tes. P rice low , a n d te r m s eusy. A lso, th e 3 s to r y b r ic k h o u s e an d lo t No. 1^2 W i llo u g h b y street. T h e h o u s e U nearly new an d in good o r d e r ; w i l l b e sold low and o n a c c o m m o d a tin g te r m s . A large p o r ti o n ot th e purchase m o n e y c a n r e m a in o n bond and m o r tgage, a t 6 p e r c e n t. It i 6 now lo t t o a g o o d t o n a n t for o v e r ten p e r c e n t , o u tho price for w h ic h it w ill b e s o ld . E n q u ir e o f S to n e Sc M other, 16 F u lto n s t root. Also, tw o valu a b le b u ild in g lots in C o u rt s tr e e t S E corner o f D egraw s t ; th e y w ill be s o ld low , if app lied for im m e d i­ ately. A lso, G lots on t h e south s id e U n io n at n e a r C o u rt s tr e e t. W e liav e lots a ls o f o r s a le in C linton, W a shington, Clussou, Bedford and o th e r a v e n u e s ; and iu m o s t of th e best s treets in the city*. S o m e o f them n r e barg a ins, and upon m a n y of th e m m o n e y w ill b e ad v a n c e d to I n d ld . Call a s a b o v e . Auction Sales. J O S E P H S 1 E G E 1 T I A N « A u c t i o n e e r . B R O O K L Y N P U B L I C S A L E S RO OM . „Vo. 19L rPasAi7i£-tojt s tre e t n e a r Concord s t r e e t . J . H. w ill give lu s person a l a t ten tio n to sales o f househo ld furniture, groceries, d r y goods, & c., Sc c. Also, to tho sale o f R e a l E s tate a t A u c tio n or P r iv a t e S a le. \ W e d n e s d a y , O c t. 24, A t 10 o’clo c k , A . M ., a t 130 J a y s treet, G e n teel H o u s c h o la F u r n itu r e —catalogues to -m o rrow . T h u r s d a y , O c t. 25, A t 10 o 'c lo c k , A . M ., at 191 W a s h ington at, A variety o f f u r n i t u r e ; also th e rem a ining slo c k o f a crockery dealer. C a talo g u e s on T u e s d a y . © r a n d . O i \ G IS L A N D R A IL R O A D CO M P A N Y —S P R IN G a r r a n g e m e n t — to com m e u c e A p r il 2 d , 1849. F R O M B R O O K L Y N . F r o m B rooklyn, a t 8 a . m . th r o u g h f reight, 9>2 a . m . P a s s e n g e r, 12 m . Jam a ica, passenger, 4 i». e . Y a p h a n k , passenger, 6 >£ i*. m. J a m a ic a , passenger, (th is train w ill slo p to land a n d receive passengers n t auy p la c e betw e e n B rookivn a n d J a ­ m a ica.) T O B R O O K P Y N . F r o m G reon p o r t, a t 8 a . m. th r o u g h freight, 9> a a . m . th r o u g h p a s s e n g e r , F r o m Y a p h a n k , a t 5 K a . m. a c c o m m o d a tion passien d o u o 11 18 a . m . th r o u g h passenger, do d o 11 35 a . M. th r o u g h Ireight, F r o m F a r m ingd a le, 7 a . m . Y a p h a n k accom m o d a tion p a s ­ senger, d o d o 12 40 a . m . th r o u g h passenger, do d o 2 24 1 *. m. th r o u g h freight F ro m Jam a ica a t 7 a . m . Jam a ica, passenger, ( this tra i n w ill o la n d and receive passen g e r s a t uny J A M E S C O L E , A u c t i o n e e r . Office, f f o . 43 J v i t . n ttr c c t , ccn t r c f tr o n t , BraaMhjxt Lm S 1 jE - i *11 siv<,. h i\ P’r a m a l attention antes o f H o u s e h o ld 1‘iirm t u re, and o u t d o o r snlea e e n e m tlv N o w Y o r'k'* u r K a o l E a m l e ’ S t°<*“> & c .,at T h ^ S m n / e , N . B.— A r e g i s t e r is k e p t fo r tb o disposal o f n r o n e r t v P r iv a t e S a le. 1 1 * 3 O v e r 80 v a lu a b le b u il d in g lo ts, s ituate o n F u lto n a n d F lnt- b u s h a v e n u e s , an d ou N a v y an d R a y m o n d s treet*, including se v e r a l v a l u a b le c o r n e r lo t s . F o r p a r ticu lars apply a t t h e ofllce 43 F u lto n st. M o n d a y , O c t. 22, A t 12 o ’clo c k , n t th e F r a n k li n H o u s e , P in e a p p le stree t— S u p r e m o C o u r t, u n d e r th o direction o f D a n ’l V a n V o o rh is, e s q —a l l th a t Certain lo t o f lund know n on u m a p o f n u r t o f tlio M iddagh estate, hy t h e N o 143: said lo t is d ista n t 150 f l E f r o m H e n ry' s t, and on t h e S s id e of— B iucupplu s t is 25 ft f r o n t a n d r e a r h y 100 f t 7 in s d e e p . T u e s d a y , O ct. 523, A t 12 o ’clo c k a t th o M u rchnut’s E x c h a n g e , F.xecutors salo o f 125 v a luu b le b u ild in g lots in tho Tth w a rd. B rooklyn, p n r t o f th e e s ta te o f A A R e m s e n , d e c e a s e d , v i z : 65 lo ts on lh v isto n av , in c lu d in g 12 c o r n e r s ; 8 lots o n R o d n e y s t ; 23 lots on K e e p s l ; 2 on H a r riso n av ; 10 g o re lots in re a r of I lo o p e r i»t; 11 lo t s o n M arcy a v . T h e s e lots a ro very d e s ir a b le, adjoining t h e m o s t v a lu a b le an d b e s t im p r o v e d p a r t o f W illiam s b u rg h m id s itu a te d i n th e m o s t h e a lth y p n r t o f t h e city of B rooklyn. T h e g rades for th e stree ts in th is p r o p e r ty h a v e ull b e e n , um l u r e th e h ig h e s t in th e city . T e r m s —GO p e r c e n t m a y r e m a in for 3 y e a rs o n b o n d an d m o rtguge a t 6 p e r cen t i n t e r e s t. M aps a r e now read y an d m a y b e o b tain e d a t the office o f C y rus 1*. S m ith , a n d H enry' B o e rum , E x e c u to rs, 83 F u lto n street, an d at th e offices o f th e auctioneer, 43 F u lto n street,- B rooklyn, a n d N o . 9 W a ll s t, N . Y . W e d n e s d a y , O c t. 24 At 12 o'clock at th o F r a n k lin H o u s e , City (.'ourt o f B rooklyn, u n d e r lim directio n o f D a n ’l V a n v o o rh is, esq—all th a t c e rtain lot o f grd kno w n on a m u p o f p r o p e r ty belonging to J o h n S k illm a n , esq. b v tlio N o . 2W5— said lo t is on tho W side F n m k liu a v e , d istan t 307 f t 9 in s N from M y rtlo a v e n u e , bein g 25 ft front am i r e a r by ab o u t 107 lt 4 ins d e e p . T h u r s d a y , O ct. 25, A t 12 o ’clock a t th e M e rchant’s E x c h a n g e . B rooklyn P r o p e r ty , b e lo n g in g to the B rookivn B e n e v o lent S o c iety , s itu a ted on C linton, H icks, A m ity nm ] C o n g ress sU, v iz : 8 lots ou C linto n s t ; 2 lo ts o n H icks ; 22 lots on Con­ gress nud 6 lots on A m ity s tr e e ts. T h e ab o v e p r o p e r t y lute o f C o rnelius H rcziy, devised for th e p u r p o s e o f p e r p e t u a l ch a r i ty . Tho p r o p e r t y is s ituated in tlio m o s t beu u tilul a u d rap i d ly im p ro v ing p a r t o f tho cily an d w ill b e leased for 21 y e a rs n n d th e lease w i l l b e renew ­ a b l e . E a c h lot offered h a s a v a luation fixed for th e first term , w h ich w ill b e m a d e k n o w n w h e n p u t tip , nnd th e an . n u n l g r o u n d rent lo b e p a id by tho lessor w ill b e for th e first 7 y e a rs o f said term at th e r a te o f 3 p e r cent p e r an n u m , a iul th e b a lan c e of te r m nt t b e r a t e o l 5 per a n n u m , on th e valu ­ ation. T h e p roporty is e x e m p t from taxation by law . A copy o f ih e lease and m a p s o f th e property* can be h a d o f the au c tio n e e r , 43 F u lto n s t , Brooklyu, a u d N o . 9 W a ll st. N e w Y o r k . A clause w ill bo inserted iu lh e leases a g a inst nuisances. F r id a y , O c tober 26, A t 12 o 'clo c k a t th e F ranklin H o u s e , H a n d s o m e co llag e o n H u d s o n avenue— S u p r e m o C o u rt u n d e r t h e d ir e c tion of D a n iel V a n V o o rhis, E s q ., Sheriff. __ A ll those 2 lots w itli a c o ttngo ho u s e mid o u tb u ild ing s there­ on, suid lots tak e n to g e th e r are .bounded os follows, v i z : b e g in n in g on th e E aid e o f H u d s o n av. (Iate J a c k s o n s t) 34ft Tins S from De K a lb av , bein g 50 ft front tuid rettr by 100 f t , 5 ins, d e e p . S u p r e m e C o u r t in E q u i ty , u n d e r d irection o f D . V im V o o r­ his, E s q ., Sheriff— L e a s e h o ld in terest in 5 ce r tain lota o f land o n th e W sid e o f l l i c k s st, d istu n t 150 ft S from A Uau- tic s t, e a c h lo t 2 5 f t front a n d re a r b y 100 ft d e e p , b A T C R D A V , O ct. 27, A t 12 o'clock , a t th e F r a n k lin H o u s e , F a r m n n d w o o d lan d in N e w U trech t a t au c tio n —all th a t certain piece o f land in tlie to w n of New U trech t, jvdum g th e new M e thodist c h u r c h , an d laud s of 1 . VnJ* B r u n t a n d S u s a n D e n y s e , containing ten acres m o r e or less. F o r term s and p a r t icu l a r s ap p ly to th e auctioneer. M o n d a y , O c tober 29, A t 12 o 'clo c k a t th e F rauklin H o u s e . i pas s g e r , s t o p to 1 do do do do do do do do © a r p d i i t j i . p la c e b e tw e e n B rooklyn an d Jam a ica.) 8 a . m. Y n p h a u k a c c o m m o d a tion, 1 4 5 1 *. s t. G reenport, a c c o m m o d a tion, 4 10 p. si. G r e e n p o r t treight, 5 15 p. m . J a m a ica, p a s s e n g e r. R A T E S O F C O M M U T A T IO N . F r o m B rooklyn an d a l l in ierm e d h itc p la c e s to J a m a ica, e a c h p e r s o n - , d o F a r m i n g d a le . do Y a p h a n k ...................... do K i v c r h e a a . . .. ........... do G r e e n p o r t .................. N o freight t a k e n o n th e passen g e r trains. m h 2 tf D A V ID S. I V E S , S u p e r intendent. 3mos. Gmos. 12 m o s. ..$ 1 6 $30 $50 . . . 20 36 60 . . . 25 40 65 . . . 30 45 70 t p a r ts o f th e m a c h in e r y , to o ls, a t\d im p r o v e m e n ts for raising g r a i n ,& c . A lso all th e fixtures in th e s tore N o 14, w h ich b e lo n g to H a v e n s , S loat, Sc C o ., [Ate. F o r p a r ticu lars see ad v e rtisem e n t, iu B r o o k ly n E a g le, sigued D . V a n V o o rhis, E s q ., Sheriff. B R O O K L Y N C A R P E T S T O R E , N o . 1 6 2 F u l t o n St., S T E W A R T Sc CO., 162 F u lto n , b e tw e e n O range an d C r a n b e rry s treets, o n e d o o r below th e extensive Dry* G o o ds S tore o f E l i j a h L e w i s , hov e j u s t r e c e iv e d a large and s p lendid stock of C A R P E T S , w h ich th e y offer a t as low iriccs a s th e s a m e can b o o b tain e d for, i n any s tore in th e Jnitod S tates, c o n s is ting in p a r t o f English V e lv e t T a p e s try, E n g lish S tair an d F loor Baizes, do B russels, d o 3 y d s a n d 4 y d s w ide, do T h r e e ply, E m b o s s e d pianofic table covers, do S u p e rfine I n g r a in s , W o r s ted d o do E x tr a a n d com m o n d o T a b le O il C lo th, V e n e tians, S ta i r R o d s a n d D o o r m a ts , Also, a splendid a s s o r tm e n t o f A x m in s ter, Chenille, a n d T u f ted R u g s . English a n d A m e r ican O I L C L O T H S f r o m 3 to 24 ft w ide. A large n s s o r tm e n t o f W I N D O W S A A D E S from 8 s to $20 p e r p a ir . S t e w a r t Sc Co. h a v e tho larg e s t C a r p e t S to r e in th i s c it v , and tak e th i3 m e th o d o f in f o r m i n g th o s e w h o c o n t e m p l a t e purchasing C A R P E T S T H I S F A L L that they w i l l find it g r e a tly to tiie i r ad v a n ta g e to call a n d ex a m i n e th e i r s to c k . Goods s e n t lo any p a r t o f th is city o r N e w Y o r k free of chnrge. slU tf C A R P E T S A N D O I L C L O T H S . d ^ U I O N ’S C E L E B R A T E D C H E A P C A R P E T A N D J U T F L O O R C L O T H W A U E -R O O M S .— F r o n tin g 64 on East B roadw a y an d 71 D iv isio n street.— T h e S u b s c r iber’s arrangem e n ts w ith th e m o s t e x tensive m a n u f a c tu r e r s o f this country for on early s u p p l y of A L L T H E L A T E S T P A T T E R N S , Will e u a b le p u r c h a s e r s to m a k e th e ir selectio n s from th e m o st c o m p lete asso r tm e n t o f all the vario u s s tyles of C A R P E T S , O I L C L O T H S , Sc c. to b e found in t h e city. Fam ilies m a y b e assu r e d o f e v e ry article p r o v in g as r e p r e ­ sented, sis all goods a r e r e c e ived direct fro m t h e m a n u f a c tu­ rers,nnd i t is th e in ten tio n th a t th is stock should consist o f the best q u a lity' o f a l l descrip tio n s o f g o o d s pertaining to the line, a n d f u r th e r m o r e , th e p r ices a s h e r e tofo r e , s h a ll b e ns low, if n o t low e r i h a n any esta b lish m e n t in th e U n ited States. W M . H. G U IO N , G4 E a s t B roadw a y a n d 71 D ivision street. N. B. F a m ilie s trom th e couu tr y can h a v e th e ir c a rpets, &c., baled a n d sh ip p e d free o f expense. C a rp e ts w ill b e sent to any p u r t o f N e w Y o r k city, B rooklyn o r W illiam s ­ burgh, and c u t to room s free o f c h a rge, an d w h e n requ ired will b e m a d o by an e x p e r i e n c e d u p h o lsterei. Persons liv in g in th e u p p e r o r low e r p a r t o f t h e city can take th e E a s t B roadw a y s tag e s , w h ich w ill le a v e them ut th e door. sl9 2m ©as .fitting. G A S F I T T I N G ! G A S F I T T I N G ! ! T H E S u b s c r ib e r s a r e n o w ready to rece iv e o r d e r s f o r th e introduction o f G A S P I P E S , 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 x o s , f a c t o r i e s , & c., by* w o r k m e n w h ich few c a n eq u a l a n d n o n e excel. W e h a v e m e n in o u r em ­ ploy o f tb e m o s t practical ex p e rien c e , o n e o f w h o m (th e F o rem a n ) h a s been constantly* engaged l o r th e last fifteen years a s F o r e m a n in th e m o s t e x tensive s h o p s in E u r o p e a n d A m erica. ALI w o rk w ill b e done w ith th e u tm o s t prom p t- nesss a n d d isp a tch acco r d in g to t h e reg u latio n s o f the Gas Com p a n y , a n d s u b ject t o t h c i r m o s t rigid test. N o n e b u t th e best m a terials w ill b e u s e d an d o u r prices w ill be as low as the c h e a p e s t. Those w h o in ten d to u s e G as, w ishing an y inform a tion in relation to m e a s u r e m e n t , p r o b a b le c o s t, Sc c., w ill b e w a ited npon, w ith o u t c h a rge, b y o u r forem a n , b y leav in g th e ir o rders at o u r s tore. JO H N B U T L E R Sc B R O T H E R , jolG tf 112 F u lto n , o p p o s ite S a n d s st. J F A K K R E D U C E D — F O R B O S T O N v ia . _______ N E W P O R T and F A L L R I V E R — By the splendid an d su p e r i o r S team e r s B A Y S T A T E a n d S T A T E O F M A IN E o f g r e a t s tr e n g th au d sp e e d p a r ticularly adapted to tho navigation o f L o n g Islan d so u n d , r u n n ing in con n e c ­ tio n w ith th e F a ll R iv e r an d O ld C o lony R a ilroad, a distance o f 53 m iles to B o s to n , only L e a v e P ier N o . 3 N o r th R iv e r , n e a r th e B a ttery. T h o S team e r B a y S tate, C a p tain B row n , on T u e s d a y s . T h u r s d a y s , a n d S a tu r d a y s , a t 5 P . M. T h e S tato of M a in e , C a p tain T . G , J e w e tt, o n M o n d a y s. W e d n e s d a y a n d F r id a y s , a t 5 P . M. T h i s line is t h e o n ly one i h a t r u n s d ir e c t for N e w p o r t. T h e s e S team e rs a r e fitted w i t h com m o d ious S tato Room s, an d every a r r a n g e m e n t for tb e secu r ity aud co m f o r t o f p a s ­ sengers, w h o a r e afforded b y th i s r o u te a n ight’s r e s t o n board n n d on arriv a l a t F a l l R iv e r p r o c e e d p e r r a ilroad , reaching B o s ton early th e fo llo w ing m o r n ing, o r can r e m a in o n board (g e tting tiieir b r e a k f a s t i f w ish e d for) until th e s tartin g ol th e acco m m o d a tio n tra in a t 6 & A . M . A bag g a g e m a stei is attach e d to e a c h stea m e r , w h o receives n n d tick e ts tin baggage an d a c c o m p a n ies t h e s a m e t o its destination. T h e r a tes for p a s s a g e a n d t h e price o f s tate ro o m s , t h e sam e ns by th e o th e r lin e s . A S team e r ru n s in connection w i t h tiiis lin e to a n d from P r o v idence d a ily , e x c e p t S u n d a y s . F r e ig h t to B o s ton is ta k e n n t th e s a m e rates a s b y t h e other reg u lar lines, a n d f o r w a r d e d w ith g r e a t e r e x p e d itio n by ai: E X P E E S S F R E I G H T T R A I N , w h ich leaves F a l l R iver e v e ry m o r n ing (S u n d a y s e x c e p ted ) a t 8 o,clock, for Boston and N e w B e d ford, a r r i v in g a t its d e s tination a t a b o u t 11 A. M. F o r F r e ig h t o r passag e , ap p ly o n board, an d e i t h e r to T I S D A L E Sc B O R D O N , 70 W e s t S tr e e t, or a t t h e Ofllce o! th e L ine, a t th e c o m e r o f W a s h in g to n stree t and B a t ten ’ P lace. m y 7 6 m * * MORNING L I N E A T 7 O ’CLO C K — A L B A N Y , T R O Y an d Interm e d iate places, leavin g N e w Y o r k M O N D A Y , W E D N E S D A Y and F R ID A Y . L e a v iu g A lb a n y T U E S D A Y , T H U R S D A Y und SA T U R D A Y ,— la n d in g at C a ldw e lls, W e st P o in t N e w b u rg, H a m p ton, M ilton, P o u g h k e e p s ie, H y d e P a r k , K ingston, Red H o o k , B ristol, C a tsk ill, H u d s o n , C o x s u c k ie, a u d K m d e r h o o k . M eals furnished a t a ll h o u r s o n b o a r d th e bout. T l ie new and elegant s team e r A H D A, C a p tain F . \W. Stone, w ill leave the steam b o a t P ier a t t h e loot o f R o b inson street, M O N D A Y S , W E D N E S D A Y S a n d F R I D A Y S , a t 7 o’clock A . M. F o r passage o r I r e i g h t ap p ly o n b o a r d , or a t th e ofllce on th o w h a rf. N . B—A ll p e r s o n s a r e forbid tru s ti n g any o n e o n account o f tho above b o a t o r h e r ow n e rs. JO H N F . R O D M A N , A g e n t, ap ! 9 tf foot o f N o r th M o o rost. ( u p s ta i r s .) . E V E N I N G U N E F O R ___________ ! a n d T R O Y — d i r e c t —T h e ste a m e r EM ­ P I R E , C a p tain W . \W. T a p p e r , w ill le a v e foo t o f C o rtlandt stree t, o n T U E S D A Y S , T H U R S D A Y S and S A T U R D A Y S , a t 5 P . M. T h e S te a m e r C a p tain W . H . Frazee, w ill leavo foo t o f C o r tlan d t s tr e e t M ON D AY S , W E D N E S ­ D A Y S an d F R ID A Y 'S , a t 6 P . M ., f o r A lbany A id T r o y . F o r p a s s a g e , otc., ap p ly o n bo a r d , o r to S. S . C H A M B E R - L A I N , a t tb e O fiice o n th e w h a rf . ap21 tf t A « E 5 0 C E N T S —N O M O - ______________ \ r — E v e n ing Line for A lb a n y — T h r o u g h w ith o u t landini g — P a s s e n g e rs by th i s b o a t arrive a t A lbany in tim e f o r t h e m o r n in g tra in s E a st o r W e s t . R e g u lar d a y s froni.N e w Y 'o rk—T U E S D A Y , T H U R S D A Y , an d S a turday. R e t u r n in g , w ill leave A lbany fro m th e new steam b o a t lan d in g , in R roudw a v , e v e r y M O N D A Y , W E D ­ N E S D A Y an d FR ID A Y ', a t 6 o 'c lock, T. M . F o r passag e o r freight a p p ly o n b o a r d o r a t tlie office on th e d o c k . T h e now ste a m b o a t K IP V A N \W IN K L E , C a p tain S. S c h u y ler, w ill le a v e th e stea m b o a t P i e r foot o f R o b in s o n st. (first a b o v e B a rclay) T I I I S E V E N I N G , a t 0 o’clock. F r e ight sh ip p e d by* th e R ip V a n W i n k le , f o r w a r d e d b y t h e railroad w ith dispatch. m h 3 0 tf flT’N HtEA'JT AiriEStlCABf KJEIM2JUV.—DIS- H 3 T P E P S 1 A !— D I S P E P S I A !!—H U T C H I N G ’S V E G E T A B L E D I S P E P S I A .— A S u r e , Speedy, n n d P c r m n n e u t C u re to r D y s p e p s ia in its W o r s t Foruis.—T h i s m e d icine w i l l b e found to cu re all co m p lain ts arising fio m d iso rd e r s of tho S to m a c h nnd B o w e ls , BUliousnetiS, Y e llow n e ss o f S k in , L i v e r co m p lain t, D e b ility . H e a d a c h e , N e rvousness, L o w S p ir it s , P a lp i tatio n o f th e Ile a r t, C o s tiveness, & c . & c . P lease r e a d th e follow ing c e rtificate : R e a d th e follow ing from a n e m in e n t P h y s ician : T h e u u d e r s ig n e d b e i n g ac q u a in te d w ith som o of th e in ­ g r e d i e n ts o f H u tch in g s ’ V e g e table D y spepsia B itters, an d h a v in g u s e d it for s o m e tim e in b is practice w ith every d e ­ sired effect, he r e c o m m e n d s th i s inediciuo fro m th e certain­ ty of ils effect, nnd g iv e s i t a preferen c e o v e r a l l preparations in m e d icines for tlm t d istre s s in g c o m p laint, D y spepsia. T . H A K D E N B E R G H , M. R ., N o . 1 B c a c li at., N . Y. F r o m L u t h e r B. W vm an , E s q ., Iate P r e s id e n t o f the N o w Y o r k M u o ical S o c ie ty ,n o w ol B rook ly n ; T h e u n d e r s i g n e d w a s afliicted w ith the D y s p e p s ia o f th o w o r s t form for o n e y e a r an d n half, d u r ing a g r e a t e r po r tio n o f w h ich tim e h e m a d e use o f no rem e d ies, b u t suffered tho d isease to tak e care of itself, u n til h e w as r e c o m m e n d e d to try H u tch in g s ’ D isp c p s ia B itters: h e very s o o n d e r iv e d bene­ fit from t h e use o f a few b o ttles o f t h i s in e d iciu o , a n d n o w con s id e r s h im s e lf en tirely w e ll. T h e un d e rsig n e d h a s ev e ry confidence in th e efficiency o f o f H u tchings? B itters fo r th e cu r e o f this tro u b leso m e an d d a n g e ro u s co m p lain t, an d h e h a s no h e s it a ti o n in r e c o m ­ m e n d in g it as a m o s t v a l u a b le m e d icin e . L . B . W Y M A N , N e w Y o r k , S e p t. 3 d , 1849. 38 B u r lin g S lip. T h e follow ing certificate i s fro m M . 15. B rad y , the celeb m tod D a g u c r r e o ty p ist: G A S C H A N D A U E R S , P E N D A N T S , E T C C O R N E L I U S & C O ., o f P h ilad e lph ia.— T h e undersigned h a v in g e n tered in to an arran g e m e n t w ith M essrs. C o r­ nelius Sc Co., o f P h ilad e lp h ia, is n o w p r e p a r e d to e x h ib it a t hi? new S h o w R o o m a g e n e ral a s s o r tm e n to f th e new e s t a n d m o st beautiful styles o f G as C h a n d e liers, M a n tel lights, Brackets^ and all o th e r k in d s of G a s F ix tu r e s , from th e s imiplesl p lest s tore burner to tho finest P a r lo r C h a n d e lier o f S ilv e r e d , Or rm o lu, Damask, B ronzed, a n d G o ld G ilt. I , O He h a s a c o m p a n y o f ex p e r ien c e d G a s F itters now en g a ­ ged in in tr o d u c in g th e p i p e s into bu ild in g s . All orders fo r d w e llings, stores nud p u b li c b u ildings, w ill receive p r o m p t a tten tio n , an d th e w o r k w ill be w a r r a n ted perfect. T h e forem a n c a n b e s e e n e v e ry ev e n in g a t the s tore, or will c a ll u p o n ap p l ic a n t s to giv e su c h in f o rm a tio n as m a y be req u ir e d . T h e s u p e r io r w o r k m a n s h ip , a n d p e r f e c t m a n n q r of d o in g this m o s t d ifficult b u s in e s s , h a s secu r e d t o M e s srs. C o rnelius & Co., a r e p u t a ti o n u n s u r p a s s e d in this c o u n tr y o r E u r o p e . m h 2 6 t f D A V ID C O O P E , 91 F u lto n St., B rooklyn. T h r o u g h w ith o u t land ln _ D isp c p s ia lm te r s , ancl h a v e every r e a s o n to believe it 1 m s perfectly cu r e d in c . I h a v e s ince li-U n o sym p tom s of a retu r n o f tho disease an d b e liev e from the e ffect it h a d on ine th a t i t w ill c i n e th e w o r s t c a sus o f dispcpsia. M . B. B R A D Y ’, N o . 205 B roadw a y , N . Y . N k w Y o r k . S e p t. 2 2 ,1849. D r. H u tch in g s , D e a r S ir— A llow m e to a d d m y testim o n y lo th e efficacy o f y o u r j u s tl y celebrated D y s p e p s ia B itters. I h a v e suffered fro m D y s p e p s ia for sev e r a l years, d u r ing w h ich lim e I h a v e used in n u m e rab le ad v e rtised “rem e d ies,”' b u t n e v e r o b ta in e d re l ie f till I w a s in d u c e d to p u rchase a bottle o f y o u r s . T h e first dose even effected m e for g o o d ; an d now , after only tw o w e e k ’s use o f tbo B itters I f e d q u ite a n e w m a n . I sh a ll co n tin u e to u s e tliem d a ily , a u d h a v e no h e s itatio n in assertin g th e y aro th e best m e d icin e now in use for this m o s t afflicting d isord e r. I am , d e a r s i r , Y o u r o b d ’t s c rv’t, J O H N B . C O L M A N , N o . 40 F u lto n s t. T h e P r o p r ie t o r o f t h i s m e d icin o h a s r e c e iv e d m a n y o th e r certificates o f cu res, equally rem a rk a b le, o f tlie various dis­ eases for w h ich th i s p r e p a r a tio n is a p p licable ; b u t th e n b o v e are d e e m e d necessary to satisfy an y u n p r e jud iced m in d o f its valu e an d su p e r io r ity ab o v e all o th e r p r e p a r a tio n s . P r in c i p a l Office, 122 F u lto n s t., N . Y ., u p stairs. A g e n ts—O. C o lbu r n , N o . 38 F u lto n st., N . Y '., U. S. H o tel. A . M. W ild e r, N o . 51 F u lto n st, B r o o k ly n ; G a b r iel D . A v rcs, corner A tlantic a n d H e n r y St., d o ; Brice, 20 J a m e s s t, do. P rice, 50 cen ts p e r bo ttle, o r 6 bo ttles l o r $ 2 50. olO 3m & w S T E A M - P O W E R T O L E T I X B R O O K L Y N — S tcain - p o w c r a n d R o o m t o s u i t .a p p l i c a n t s ; to re n t v e ry low . F o r p a r t icu l a r s C3 en q u i r e o f D u r y e a Sc R h o d e s , a t t h e i r office, N o . 229 P e a r l s t r e e t . N e w Y 'ork, o r a t th e ir S h o v e l m a n u f a c tory , A lyrtle a v e n u e , c o r n e r G r a h a m stree t, B rook ly n . N . B . T h o su b s c r ib e r s a r e n o w m a n u f a c tu r in g all th e v a r i o u s k i n d s o f C A S T - S T E E L S H O V E L S , S P A D E S a n d S C O O P S , o f a s u p e r io r q u a lity . T h o s e d e s ir i n g a s u p p ly o f G o o d s , i n tin s lino, a r e re q u e s t e d to call a n d exam ine o u r g o o d s ; u n a s s o r tm e n t o f w h i c h w ill be f o u n d a t 229 P e a r l stree t, N . Y . [s5 3 m ] D U R Y E A & R H O D E S . N I G H T B O A T — N O T I C E —O n and _______________ ,after J a n u a r y first, 1849, no b o a t w ill r u n up­ on tb e C a tharine F e r r y b e tw e e n th e h o u r s of 12 o ’c lock M id­ nig h t, a n d 5 o ’clo c k , A . M . d27 f H- l - M III— — -P C H O I C E C O A L S E B E S H F R O M T H E M I N E S . * T H E su b s c r ib e r is n o w receiving nnd h a s in Y a rd th e fo llo w in g k in d s o f C O A L , viz: P e a c h O r c h a r d , R e d Ash S c h u y lkill, L e h ig h , W h ile Ash do, L u c k a w a n a , Black H e a th, L i v e r p o o l, an d C u m b e rland, A ll o f w b ich ho w ill sell low , f o r C A S H o n l y ! O rders p r o m p tly a ttend e d to, on ap p licatio n to th e subscriber, or eith e r o f th e follow ing a g e n ts . A . J . D O W N E R , A tla n tic D o ck, n e a r H a m ilton av e n u e F e rry, S o u th B rooklyn. M essrs. Scranton & C ’o ., c o r . A tlan tic and H e n ry sts. M essrs. F its Sc D a v is , c o r. o f S tate and C o lum b ia s ts . M essrs. T o m p k in s St B u n c o , c o rnor Fulton a n d N a s s a u s ts. Mr. W illiam F lintoff, 6 3 A tlan tic street. M r .J . A . M o rris, 134 I l e n r y s tr e e t. * M r. J . M. B a k e r , co r . P e a r l a n d W illoughby sts. B rooklyn, 1849. jo l A I N T S —10 ton s p u r e W o l te L e a d , 1000 lb P a r is J r e e n , 300 lb C h ro n e G reen, 500 f t I m p e r i a l G r e e n , 250 f t C h r o m e Y e llo w —a n d a l l a r t ic l e s g e ­ nerally k e p t i n a p a i n t s h o p , f o r s a le b y J . M U N D E L L , d ! 5 a t h i s O ld S ta n d , 116 F u l t o n at. \B71AGLE B U I L D I N G . 30 F u l t o n s t r e e t . R r n n lr lyn-. S u l D a lly a n d W e e k ly N e w s p a p e r E s t a b l i s h m e n t . C O R N E L I U S & CO.’S G A S F I X T U R E S . T H E s u b s c r ibers h a v e j u s t received n b c n u t if u l a s s o r tm e n t o f P e n d a n ts, G a s C h a n d e liers, B r a c k e ts, & c ., from th e m a n u factory o f M essrs. C o r n e liu s Sc Co., P h ila d e lp h ia, o f t h e most a p p r o v e d p a t te r n s , t o w h ich th e y i n v i t e th e attention of th e pu b lic. T o those w ish in g t h e i r b u il d in g s fitted w i t h G as-pipe, w c w o u ld s a y th a t, b y g iv in g us a call, t h e y can see from the w o rk w e h a v e done su c h reco m m e n d a tio n s from T rustees und o thors, in r e s p e c t to w o r k m a n s h i p , h a . t k i u a . X o that we vo u c h w ill s a tisfy t h e m . Persons, w h o hav e a n i d e a o f u s in g G a s , w ishing any in ­ form a tion in r e j e c t t o m e a s u r e m e n t , p r o b a b l e cost, &c, c a n have it free o f cnargo b y ap p l y in g a t th e sto r e . They hav e thie p r iv ileg e o f r e f e r r i n g t o t b e B r o o k lyn G a s L ight Co. J O H N B U T L E R & B R O T H E R , jy2 112 F u l t o n o p p o s ite S a n d s s treet. B R O O K S — F A S H I O N A B L E C A B IN E T , SOFA 0 C H A l ll M A N U F A C T O R Y Sc W A R E H O U S E , No. 44 F u lto n s tr e e t.—T h e s u b s c r ib e r w o u ld respectfully cull the atten tio n o f t h e p u b l i c to h is s p lendid stock o f R O S E W O O D tc M A H O G A N Y F U R N I T U R E , m a n u f a c tu r e d o f t h e b e s t m a terials an d w o r k m a n s h ip, ancl in L o u is X I V , a n d X V . sty le s ; to g e ther w ith a g e n e r a l as­ s o r tm e n t o f P A R L O R Sc BED RO OM F U R N I T U R E o f th e m o s t a p p r o v e d patterns. felO tf T . BRO O K S , 44 F u lto n st. B T B A b W B i H E H T L I F E I N S U S t ’ C E C O M P A N Y — S u rplus C a p ital $721,152 00. F I R E M E N ’S IN S U R A N C E COMPANY*, o f N e w Y'ork citv C a p ital $204,000. T h e undersigned h a s r e m o v e d h i s Offico t o N o . 43 F u lton stree t, w h e r e all ap p licatio n for I n s u r a n c e , in th o ubove C o m p a n ies, w ill r e c e iv e h is i m m e d i a te a ttention, m y 22 t f _______________ S T E P H E N C R O W E L L , A g e n t T O T H E L A D I E S . E r e s p e c tf u lly c a ll t h e a tten tio n of o u r L a d y c u s to m e r s im d th o p u b li c generally to o u r beautiful a s s o r tm e n t OL LE E: S —-( (mm an n u factu a c turedr byy M essrs. C o r n e liu s tc o f G IR A N D O Co., P h iladelphia,)- a u f e d b -o f s e v e r a l e n tirely n e w i P a t t e r n s , w ith th e new stylo o f f igured d r o p so m u c h ad m ired b y all w h o h a v e s e e n th e m . A lso to o u r b e a u tifu l an d w e ll selected stock o f c u t a n d M o u lded T a b le G loss, in g r e a t v a r i e ty , w h ich w ill be s o ld a t s u c h prices us w ill s u i t th e id e a s o f oil. JO H N B U T L E R & B R O T H E R , ap23 112 F u l t o n , o p p o s ite S a n d s s tr e e t. LASS C A N D L E S T I C K S a t 3s p e r p a i r , c a n be ob V f ta in e d a t 37 M y r tle av e n u e . felS B 1 S 1 K F E C T A ^ i T S . — L o D o y e n 's F l u i d —C h loride L i m e —F K U C I IT W A N G E R an ti-p u tr id m i x tu r e , & c ., jo r c l e a n s in g nnd pu r if y in g prem ises, &c., f o r s a l e a t JA M E S \Y . S M I T H 'S , C o u r t s tr e e t, m y 2 9 co r n e r M o n tag u e P lac e . l » a A > O F O I t T 3 E S . — T h e su b s c r ib e r s h a v e co n s tan tly o n h a n d a g e n e r a l a s s o r tm e n t I f ^ f • f s u p e r io r to n e d R o s e w o o d a n d A lahogany c a s e d in s tr u m e n ts for s a le o r h ir e . T h o s e h irin g m a y havo th e p r iv ileg e o f p u rch a s ing a t t h e ex p i r a ti o n o f s i x m o n ths—th e price w ill b e s tated w h e n e n g a g e d , a n a m o u n t o f l i i r e d e d u c ­ te d i f p u r c h a s e d . T h o s e in n e e d o f a B u p e rior article w ill d o w ell to call at o u r e s t a b l i s m h e n t . R . G L E N N 4c. C O ., 194 F u l t o n s t . , m b *2 l y __________________W e s t o f B roadw a y , N e w Y o rk. C O M L I V E R O I L — T h e rem e d ial p r o p e r ties o f th is o i a r e u n i m p a i r e d b y a n y p r o c e s s , a n d w a rr a n ted g e n u i n e ’ JA M E S \ V . S M I T H , C h e m ist a n d A p o thecary, C o u r t St., c o r. M o n tague P lace. \ T g Y ^ U N g B G A ^ a r e G P A S T I L E S for p e r f u m in g room s JH j p r e v e n t i n g c o n t a g io n an d expelling m u s q u ito e s , for s a le a t JA M E S \V . S M I T H ’S D rug 4c C h e m ical S to re. au 7 t! C o u r t s tr e e t, c o rner M o n tague P lace. ^ H L V E J t C O M B S —S o m e new and ta s tefu l p a t te r n s 9 o f s t a n d a r d q u a l ity , m a y b e found nt s 8 W IS E ’S , 7 9 F u lto n St. C a i l / V E I t D A R T S F O R L A D IE S ’ an d C i i i l d r k n ’ s 5 S H a i r ! A good s u p p ly o f this graceful o r n a m e n t is to b e f o u n d a t W I S E ’S Jew e lr y store, jy 2 7 79 F u l t o n s tr e e t. ______ -The ofllce o f t h e B o a r d o f E d u c a tion* T h e C ity S u p e r in ten d e n t’s office, a n d t b e S c h o o l B o o k J J E M O V A L D e p o t h a v e b e e n R e m o v e d to th e City H a ll, in th e r o o m opp o s ite th e M a y o r’s office. S p e c ial d a y s l f o r business, W E D N E S D A Y S a n d S A T U R D A Y S , from 8 o ’clock A . M, to 4 P . M . s!4 2m

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