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V O L . 8 . — N O . 2 7 6 . B K O O K L Y N . T H U R S D A Y , N O V E M B E R 22, 1849, O N E C E N T . • A N D K I N G S C O U N T Y D E M O C R A T . I. VA N ANDEN, P R O P R I E T O R A ND P U B L I S H E R , R a ffle B u t l d i n f f ; J Vo. 30 Fulton s t r e e t , B r o o k l y n . D e liv e red to C ity S u b s c r ib e rs, e v e ry e v e n i n g ,a t Six a n d a q u a r t e r C e n t s p e r w e o k , p n y ablo t o th e C a rriers. S u b ­ s c r ip tio n s ta k e u a t t h e sam e rate, f o r s i x m o n th s or a y e a r , in a d v a n c e . M a il S u b s c r ib e r s ,S3 p e r a n n u m , in a d v a n c e . ■ Terms of Advertising, FOR TW K I.VE LINES, OR LESS. 1 i n s e r t i o n . . . $ 0 50 1 w e e k - . . .$ 1 38 o m o n ths* . $ 5 00 2 in s e r tio n s . . 0 75 o w e e k s .. . 2 13 3 d o . . . . 6 00 3 d o ........... 1 00 3 d o . . . . 2 88 C d o . . . 10 00 4 d o ........... 1 33 4 d o . . . . 3 00 9 d o . . . . 15 00 5 d o . . . 1 25 0 d o . . . . 3 88 I y e a r ... . 20 Op A D V E R T IS IN G IN S I D E . W h e n ad v e rtisem e n ts are in s e r ted a n d co n tin u e d o n th e lu&ido, im m e d iately p r e c e d in g th e g e u e ra l adv e rtisem e n ts) th e f o llow ing a r e t h e r a t e s : 1 in s e r t io n . . . S O 75 | 5 in s e r t’n s . $ l 03 . 1 00 [ 1 w e e k . . . . 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BOOK A S D JOJS P5SINT2WG, P R I N T I N G IN G O L D , S I L V E R A N D F A N C Y 0 0 1 ,0 1 5 3 E x e c u ted w it h T a s te and P r o m p t n e s s , AND AT A OREAT REDUCTION FROM FORMER RA T E S . T h e poem w h ich follow s is said, b y a correspond­ ent, to have been written by Charles Jlackay, som e tim e Editor o f the G lasgow A r g u s , and to have appeared in a little volum e called “ V o ices from t h e Crowd.” W e rem em b er reading it som e years since, and b e in g im p ressed b y the solem n ity and beauty o f th e thought, hut w e had forgotten the author’s nam e.— E v e . P o s t. W i s h . T e l l m e y e w in g e d winds, That round m y p a th w a y roar, D o y e not know som e spot W h e r e m ortals w e e p no more * Som e lone and pleasant dell, Som e valley in the w e s t, W h e r e free from toil and pain, The w e a r y soul m a y rest? T h e loud wind soften e d to a w h isper low , A n d sighed for p ity as it a n swered— “ N o T e ll m e thou m ig h t y deep, W h e r e billow s round m e play, K n o w ’s t tliou som e favored spot, Som e island far a w a y , W h e r e w e a r y m a n m a y find The bliss for w iiich h e sighs, W h ere sorrow n e v e r lives, A n d friendship never dies? The loud w a v e s, rolling in perpetual flow, S top p e d for a w h ile, and sighed to answer— “N o !” A n d thou, serenest m o o n , That w ith such h o ly face D o s t look upon t h e earth, A s leep in night’s em b race, T e ll m e, in all t h y round H a s t thou not seen som e spot, W h e r e m iserable m a n M ight find a happier lo t ? B e h ind a cloud the m o o n w ithdrew in wo, A n d a voice aw e e t, b u t sad, responded— “ No !” T e ll m e , m y secret soul, O h ! te l l m e H o p e and Faith, Is there no r e s tin g place, From sorrow, sin and death ? Is there no happy s p o t W h e r e m ortals m a y b e blessed; W h e r e grief m a y find a balm, A n d weariness a r e s t ? F a ith, H o p e and L o v e — b e s t b oons to m o rtals g iven , W a v e d .their bright w ings, and w h ispered— “ Y e s ! i n H e a v e n /” Sm ith, P end, Menasseh, Ben Israel, th e E a r l of Crawford, L o p e z de Gnmara, A c c o sta, M alveiida, Major Long, Boudinot, a n d all em inent w r iters aud travellers. W e trace t h e march o f the tribes through A s ia to this continent, A f ter 2000 years, w e find tlie red m en o f A m erica bearing tho strongest marks of A siatic origin, and divided into 300 different na­ tions, rem arkable for tlieir intellectual superiority, their bravery in war, th e ir good faith in peace, to be descendants of the lo s t tribes, aud identify them b y the'follow ing religious rites peculiar to all our Indians and to the Israelites : 1. Their b e lief in one God. 2. In tlieir com p u tation o f tim e by their cerem o ­ nies of the new moon, ‘ 3. In the division o f the year into four seasons. 4. In their erection o f a tem p le;—having an ark o f t h e covenant— a n d also in their erection of altars. 5. B y tho divisiou o f nations into tribes, w ith a ch ief or general sachem a t their head. 6. B y their law s or sacrifices, ablutions, m arria­ g e s , cerem o n ies in w a r and p e a c e , prohibition of oating certain tilings, b y traditions, h istory,.charne- ter, a p p earance, affinity o f their language to tho H e b rew , and finally b y the everlasting covenant of heirship exhibited in a p e r p e t u a l transm ission o f its seal in their flesh, a custom only o f la te relinquish­ ed . A l l 'th e Indians on the Am erican continent, from Labrador to Capo Horn, are t h e descendants of tbe tribes which, as Esdras says, w e n t into farther country. M r. G a tlin, w h o liv e d som o years am o n g the In­ dians o f the north w e s t,assu r e s us that a ll thc M o­ saic law s, traditionary w ith them , w ere strictly en­ forced; and W m . Ponn, w h o had no suspicion of their origin, s a y s : “I found them with liko countenances to the H e ­ brew race. I consider those people under a cUvrk night y e t they believe in G od and im m o rtality w ithout the aid, uf m etaphysics. T h e y reckon by moons— they o3vr their first r ipe fruits— they have a kind o f feast ot' tabernacles— they are said to lav their altars w ith tw e lv e stones— t h e y mourn a year— a n d regard the M osaic law w ith regard to s e ­ paration.” These are the m issing, but never the lo s t tribes o f I s r a e l. T h e y resided in California w h e n the ships o f Solom on m a d e their three yea r s voyngo, aud furnished tho gold o f Ophir for building the tem p le : t h e y reside there still— the settlers and proprietors o f Mexico, Peru, and the w h o lo o f A m er­ ica ; t h e y have been here centuries before the ad­ vent o f Christianity, o.nd patiently aw a it the prom­ ises of redem p tion. Heal (Estate. E 5 C U S S S .A N D L O T F O R S A L E CH E A P .— Tho 2 story and. b a s e m e n t fram e h o u s e , b u il t a fow m o n th s s in c e , N o .380 H u d s o n a v e n u e , w e s t side c o m ­ ing 250 foet s o n th tr o m L a fayette s tr e e t— Iot 25 b y 100 feet.— T h e house ren ts for $ 2 0 0 ; a n d w ill b e s o ld ot a bargain, by ap p ly in g to ' . V A L E N T I N E G . H A L L , N o . 16 G rainacy P a r k , 2 0 th s tr e o t, betw e e n 3:1 a n d 4 t h aven u e s , N e w Y o r k , or to JO H N V O O lltlE E S , H o y t s t r e e t , n e a r S tate, ~ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ B rooklyn. *7 •r ,77 ' v l '* s ZdZZT .'—T h o u p p e r h a lf o f t h e 3 s tory house, ,»■ vfj*j No. 118 B ridge s t r e e t . E n q u i r e o f D a n ie l W riirh!,23 Johnson s tr e e t. &iS7 t f V A ILV A rdsE /V . B R O O K L Y N P R O P E R T Y roR H jj* j F A b E ( V T O L E T —A new th r e e s tory b r ic k house !'V w ith tv w u iG h t a n d u n d e r c e llar, m a r b le m a n ­ tles en ‘V* cu d ? -ccud lloor, in IToyt stree t, 2 d door from B e rgen s treet. A b o a v e r y v a lu a b le b u ilding, lot 25x100 on th e nordt s ide o f M o n tague s tr e e l, n e a r C linton. T h c abovo p r e s e n t s ^ rare o p p o r tu n ity for n lu c r a tiv e in v e s t m e n t . Two- th i r d s of tho put c :r is e m o n e y c a n r e m a in o n bon d a n d m o rt­ gage i f dw ire-1; F o r f u r th e r p a r t ic u l a r s en q n i r e a t the Fur- (Sorporation Notices. ff Tt C U S T P O K A T I O N N O T I C E —T h o L a w C o m m ittee -iLA o f t h o C o m m o n C o u n c l lw iilm o e t e v e r y T H U R S D A Y afternoon a t 5 o’ciock, P . M ., a t tiie M ayor’s office, In tho city h a ll. ‘IV. B—T h o s e h a v in g business b e fore th e m arc request* o d t o a t t e n d w illio u tfu r t h e r n o tico. B ro o k lyn, M ay 23, it-UJ m y 3 3 R O D N E Y S . C H U R C H , C h a ir m a n . n itu r o YVarahouso of e-1 tf T . BRO O K S , •U’F u lto n s tr e e t, B rouklyn. r i R E A T A i m S W S C A N H . M . u E E r y ' 1 ------------------- T h e T e n ILost Tribes o£ Isra e l. Major Noab, one o f the leading and m o st in telli­ gen t J e w s o f this country, having been asked to indicate tho “ probable location o f the Ten L o s t Tribes of Israel,” subm its the follow in g highly in­ teresting view s :—- T h e subject, a lw a y s one of high interest, has oc­ cupied the research o f the m o st em inent divines and historians. M a n y years ago, Dr. Boudinot, o f N e w Jersey, published a work o f great interest, called the “ Star o f the W est,” iu w h ich he a ttem p t ed to prove that the North A m erican Indians w e r e the descendants o f the lost tribes. The work w a s read and laid aside w ith credulity. Forty yea r s , how e v e r , have d e v e lop e d m a n y circum stances and discoveries, tending to confirm th e opinion of D r . Boudinot, and t h e work, though ou t o f print, is one _ w h ich, to the curious, would am p ly repay a p e r u ­ sal. W e have never doubted the fact. Nine and a ha lf tribes w e r e carried cap tives from Sam aria, tw o and a half— J u d a h , Benjamin, and h a lf M anas seh— rem ained in Judea or in t h e trans-Jordanic cities, and the latter constitute t h e eigh t m illions o f the existing nation. A l l that w e know o f the route taken b y t h e former is, from the second o f Esdras, an apocryphal book, but one o f g reat an tiquity, and en titled to resp e c t.. T h e notico thus runs. “ W h ereas, thou sa w e s t another peaceable m u l­ titude : these are th e tribes w h ich w e r e carried aw a y prisoners o u t o f tlieir own land in the tim e of O sea, w h o m Salam a n zer, K in g o f A ssyria, led aw a y captive, and he carried them over the w a ter so t h e y cam e unto another land.” T h e y took this counsel ameng them selves, th a t th e y w o u ld leave the m ultitude o f the heathen, and go into a farther country wherein mankind n e v e r d w e lt, that they m ight there k e e p their statutes, w h ich they n e v e r k e p t in tlicir ow n land (A ssyria) and there was a great w a y to go, nam e ly, a year and a half. T h e y m arched tow a rd the north-east of A s i a ; som e rem ained iu Tarlary, and m a n y w ent into China, w h e r e t h e y have been 1600 years, and are num erous a t this day. The main body crossod at Bhering’s straits t o our continent, the m ore hardy k e e p in g to the north, Hudson’s bay,G r e e n land; the m o re cultivated passed down on t h e shore of the P a c ific, through California to Central A m erica and Peru, and there t h e y m e t with their old enem y, the Phoenicians (C a n a a n ites) who, having discovered th e country 500 years previously, had formed col onies, built the city o f Pelanquo, w ith pyram ids like those they had erected in E g y p t , at Cholula, O tam b y , Paxca, M itlans, Tlascala, together w ith hieroglyphics, plenciphencs, zodiacs, tem p les, m ili­ tary roads, aqueducts, viaducts, bridges of great grandeur, existing a t t h is day, aud proving that they w e r e built and settled by those who had erected Tyre, B a b y lon and Carthage. W h en the tribes o f Israel encountered tlieir old enem y in the old w o rld, they fell upon and destroyed them a 6econd tim e, nnd w h e n Columbus discovered the country, he found the various tribes o f Indians w h o se origin w a s unknown. T h e s e are the m iss­ ing tribes; and this is the opinion o f A d a ir,H eckw el- der, Ch&rlevaux, M’Kenzie, Bertram , Beltram e, D iS - _ P E P S I A ’— D I S P E P S I A !I— I I U T C I I 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 , S p e e d y , an d P e r m a n e n t C a r e to r D y s p e p s ia in its W o r s t F o r m a .—T h i s m e d icine w ill be fo u n d to cure a ll co m p lain ts arising from disorders o f th e S to m a c h an d B o w els. BiiHousness, Y ellow n e * * of S k in , L iv e r com p laint, D e b ility, U o a d r c h e , N e rvousness, L o w S p ir its, P a lpitation o f th c H e a rt, C o s livcness. tec. Ice Please r e a d th o follow ingcertificate : R e a d t h e f o llow ing from an em in e n t P h y s ician : T h e u n d e r s ig n e d being a c q u a in te d w ith som o o f t l i e in­ g red ien ts o f H u tchings’ V e g e table D y s p e p s ia H itlers, nml having u s e d it for som e tim e in h is practice w ith every d e ­ sired effect, h e re c o m m e n d th is m e d iciue from th e ce r tain ­ ty o f its effect, and gives i' :: preference o v e r a l l p r e p a r a tio n s in m e d icines for th a t distiv.-vffng c o m p laint, D y spepsia. T. TIARDF.NBEROU, M. D., N o . i B each i t .. >7. Y . • F rom L u t h e r 13. W yman , E s q ., late P r e s id e n t o f t h o N ew . Y o rk M u s ical Society, n o w o f l i r o o k ly n : T h e u n d e r s ig n e d w as nfTlicteu w ith iho D y s p e p s ia o f the w o rst form for one year a n d a half, d u rin g a g r e a t e r portion o f w h ich tim n hu m a d e u s e o f no r e m e d ies, b u t s u ffered the disease to ta k e ca r e o f itself, u n ti l L e w a s r e c o m m e n d e d to try H u tch ings’ D ispepsia B itters: h o Foon d e r i v e d ben e ­ fit from th e use o f a tew b o ttles o f t h i s in e d iciu o , a n d now considers h im s e lf entirely w e ll. j ’he u n d e r s ig n e d has e v e ry confidence i n th e efficiency of of H u tchings'’ B itters for U y : euro o f this tro u b leso m e und d a n g e rous co m p lain t, and b e lias 110 h e s itation iu rcivii* j m e n d in g it os a m o s t valuable m e d icine, l U 13. 'W Y M A N , N e w Y o r k , S e p t. 3d, 1849. 8b B u r ling Slip. T h e follow ing certificate is from M . 13. I lrady , tho celebra­ ted D a g u e r r e o ty p ist: H a v in g b e e n afflicted v e r y s e v e r e ly w ith D y s p e p s ia, togo th e r w ith ex t r e m e w e a k n e s s , X w a s advised to tak e H u tch ­ ings’ D isp e p s ia B itters, a n d liav e ev e ry r e a s o n to b e liev e it lias perfectly c u r e d m e . I h a v e since felt n o s y m p to m s of a retu rn o f th e discaso and b e liev e from tho effect i t had. o n m e th a t it w ill c u r e t h e w o rst c a s e s o f dispepsia. Al. B, B R A D Y , N o . 205 B roadw a y , N . Y . N in e Y o u :;, S e p t. 22,18-19. D r. H u tch in g s , D e a r Sir— A llow m e to ad d m y testim o n y to th e efficacy o f y o u r ju s tly celeb r a ted D y s p e p s ia B itters. I h a v e suffered from D y r u c p s ia for several* yea r s , d u rin g w h ich tim e I hav e used in n u m e r a b le'ad v e r tised “ reraedio?.” b u t never o b ta in e d reliel till I. w a s induced to p u r c h a s e a bottle o f y o u r s . T h c first dose even effected tn e for g o o d ; a n d now, a l t e r only two w e e k ’s use o f tho B itters I feci quit.*, a n e w m a n . I sh a ll co n tinue to u s e th e m d a ily , an d liave no h e s itatio n in asserting th e y arc th e be&t m e d icin e now in use for th is m o s t afflicting diso r d e r . I am , d e a r air, Y o u r o b d ’t s e rv’t, JO H N 13. CO L 31A N. N o . -10 F u lio n st. «, COUNTRY RESIDENCE. hg*»*i’.FO R S A L E , ab o u t 14 a c res of h in d , b e a u tifully situ- X^J^.ii*atcd o n th c H ig h lan d T u r n p i k e , o n e m ile an d a q u a r ­ te r north of t h e village o f P o u g h k e e p s ie. I t fro n ts on th e H u d s o n R iv e r , a n d affords a co m m a n d in g v ie w . I t has on it a neat, n o w , m o d e m style dw e lling, b a r n , & c ., together w ith an ab u n d a n c e o f f r u it tre e s a n d s h r u b b e r y . T h i s location a ffords in d u c e m e n ts to a g e n tlem a n w ishing a c o u n try resid e n c e seldom m e t w ith , b e i n g i n tho im m e d i­ a te vicinity o f oue o f th e p le a s a n test villag e s in th e county; w ith in - a s h o r t'd ista n c e o f t h e C o llegiate S c h o o l, A cadem y , F e m a le S e m inary, Sec. T l ie H u d s o n U iv e r R a ilroad passes th r o u g h the abo v e pro p e r ty . F o r further p a r ticu lars in q u i r e o n th o p r e m ises, or nt th e office of Lhe B rooklyn Eagk*j3U F u lto n s tr e e t. J u n e 21, 1849. je27 t f liiS S A J j X S S X A X J S A T P R I V A T E S A L E — P a rties ♦L av ard m a tte profitable hr d e s ir o u s of p u r c h a s in g R e a l E s ta te in tno 7th I o f the city o f B roo k lyn, w ill fin d t h a t they c a n nt* b y calling o u th e undersigned, ____ th e V illage o f W IH u u n sburglt n n d th e cities o f N e w Y o r k an d Brooklyn. T h e lots w illb e void c h e a p , s e p a rately o r in sections, to s u it purchasers. Ofiice hours''from 0 to 8 A . M , an d from to 91*. M. B. C. B A R N E S , C laso n av e n u e . E a s t Brooklyn. N . B. H a s ted & K e n d a l l's sp len d id lin e o f s tages ru n w ith i n h a lf a m in u tes w a lk o f m o s t o f the p r o p e r t y , o l tf RUUA1 A N D O F F I C E S TO L E T , . in t l i e building corner o f F u lto n an d P in e a p p le sts., ' ha L ouo o f ih e m o s t s n lcn d id Lodcre R o o m s in thisr.itvi . . . _ . . . . A p p ly «> iff. R E Y N O L D S , 209 F u lio n s t, B r o o k lyn, o r jo ! 9 If 90 S o u th s tr e e t,N e w York. E&OSUVjfS T O L E T — I n t h e n e w B r ick H o u s e s ,built in 1848, in W a te r s tr e c t, b e tw e e n G o ld s tr e o t a n d Ilud- .son a v e n u e , o n e o f t h e 2 d floors—consisting o f 2 large room s a n d 2 b e d room s , w ith p r ivileg e in th o cellar, Sec. A p p ly t o J o h n V o o r h e e s , B a sem e n t, ’en u o . my8 t f R e n t $06 p o r a n n u m . N e . 73 H u d son ave n u t C 52 iff 'Z JE 32 JL R E S I D E N C E F O R SA L E , 0Q th e ea r n e r o f B e d ford ave., a n d D e k a lb avenues, a- E a s t B rooklyn. A tw o story a n d a t tic house w ith b a s e m e n t a n d u u d e r c e llar a u d piazzas f r o n t a n d reur, and 10 lo ts o f ground—ju s t finished a n d p a in ted th r o u g h o u t—a d e­ sira b l e residence for a gen tlem a n o f busin e s s in N e w Y o rk. St rcros r u 11 ir u m F u llu n ferry e v e r y live m in u tes. Apply to YaicnUr.c CL I lull, N o . IG G rum e rcy P a r k , 2 0 th s tr e e t, between '\bland 4lh a v e n u e s in N e w Y o r k , o r to J o h n V o o rhees, Hoyt L, 2 d brick house f r o m S tale s t . m h 2 7 tf 3:1 nil' 3 S A i L S O K T O K E N T — H o u s e N o .80 Y o rk •T;Y,i s treet, b u il t o f b r ic k , 3 s tories h ig h , m e tallic roof, a n d £Sv£l&in. the. b e s t o r d e r , w ith m a r b le m a n tles, & c . T h e g ar­ d e n is tastily la id o u t w ith ah r u b s an d v in e s an d tbo walks w e ll flagged, a large cistern a n d dry s u b - c e llar a r o p a r t of tho iecoinuioii-iUons. R e m lo*,v, a n d i f s o ld te r m s m a d e uccoin- tin g . Inq u ir e on tb e p r e m ise s ,f r o m 1 to 4 o’clock, P. M m h 3 0 tf 1 Po:no of ins real om:;!:*, a n d th e r e f o r e o ffers th o s e tw o e legant j finished .-.••v !><v: y •>. iu Duffield stree t, b e tw e e n Myr­ tle .T \r ” : v ..-.,1 Y /p iii-’r::’ y stre e t. T h o lo ts ere 2fl h y ICO f t each* ifio \-:o ; 3o feet, w ith re a r piazzas, a n d in frout, iron veraiidiOM r.wi iro n fence. T h e y n a v e 8 liuished c^m p le t'*. T h e y nre tilled th e p e a k w i t h brick, hard finished w n ’fis nnd c o rniced in 2 d s tory, w i t h t i n roofs. T h o hou s e s aro buiii in s«. s u b s tan tial a u d tasty m a n n e r , an d suit­ able for rysp^ithlffofhim lies. C o n v e n ien t t o th e E a s t Brook­ lyn s tages w h ich pas* e v t-ry five m i n u tes. P a r t o f th e pur* ciiaso m oney can r e m a in o n b o n d an d m o r t g a g e . A p p ly to G E O . W . S T I L W E L L , fe!7 If 7G P o p lar s tr e e t, Brooklyn. Tho P r o p r ieto r o f this m e d icin e h a s receiv e d m a n y o ther certificates o f cu r e s , e q u a lly rem a rk a b le, o f tlie v a r iou s dis­ eases for w h ich th i s p r e p a r a tion is a p p licable ; b u t th e above ore d e e m e d necessary to satisfy an y u n p r e ju d iced m in d of its value a n d superiority ab o v e a ll o th e r p r e p a r a tio n s . P r in c ip a l Office, 122 F u lto u s t., N . Y ., u p stairs. A g e n ts —O . C o lburn, No. 38 F u l t o n s t . , N . Y ., U . S .H o tel. A. M. W ild e r , N o . 51 F u lto u s t, B rooklyn ; G a b r iel D . A v rcs, corner A tla n tic an d Henry s t . ^ d o ; B rice, 20 Jan ies ab ’d o . ; M rs. Iff. H a y e s , 175 FuUon s tr e e t. P rice, 50 c e n ts p e r bottle, or 0 bottles lo r $ 2 50. oil) 3m & w Sarsaparilla. A S j A 'W in relatio n to b u ildings o f b r ic k or s tone i n a .certain d istrict t h e r e in nam e d . ' T h e M ayor an d A lderm e n o f t h e C ity o f B r o o k lyn, i n C o m m o n C o u n c il c o n v e n e d do ordain as f o ll o w s : §1. A ll d w e lling h o u s e s , s tore h o u s e s an d o th e r bu ild in g s , w h ich , from a u d a tler th e e x p ir a tio n o f t h r e e c a lendar m o n ths from t h e passago o f th is ordinance, s h a ll b o e r e c ted a n d b u il t w ith in th e city o f B rooklyn, th a t is to s a y , w ith iu th a t p a r t o f s a id city, contained i n tho follow ing b o u n d s : B e g inning a t th e corner o f H a r r is o n and C linton stree t, un d r u n n in g thenco S o u therly a iong C lin to a s tr e e t to F o u r th place, thenco casterly.thro u g h F o u r th place to S m ith stree t,th e n c o n o r th ­ e r ly thro u g h S m ith s t r e e t to W y c k o ff s tr e e t, thenco w e s ter­ ly th r o u g h W y c k o ff s tr e e t to C o u r t s tr e e t, th e n c e so u th e r ly th r o u g h C o u rt street to H a r r is o n 's tr e e t, thence w e s terly tb r o u g h .liu r r is o n siree t to C linton streot— tlic p lace o f b e ­ ginning, s h a ll be b u il t o f brick o r s toao o r o f o th e r m a terial th a n w o o d . §2. Tho outside and party walls of such buildings shall not be less than 12 inches thick, except flues of chimnies, iu any part thereof, and the party or ond walls of such build­ ings ahall rise and bo extended to the roof, and so tar through the same as to meet and bo joined to the slate, tlio or other covering thereof, by a layer of mortar or cement. S3. A ll beam s and o t h e r tim b e r s in t h e p a r ty w a lls o f s u c h buildings, sh a ll b e sepjirnted from each o th e r a t least four in c h e s , b y b r ick o r m o r tar, a n d a ll plate pieces in th e front an d r e a r walls thereof, shall recede f r o m th o outsido c f t h o w a ll a t least four inches, and su c h w a ll shall be built u p and extended to the s iute o r o t h c r firo p r o o f c o v e ring of tho roof. £4. A ll d is c h a rging o r arch pieces u s e d ih th e chim n ies o f nny such buildings, sh a ll recede from any flue in a n y s u c h chim n e y , a l least lo u r inches. §5. N o bond lim b e r o r w all s tr ip s iu any w a ll o f u n y b u il d ­ in g w ith in s u c h fire lim its, ahall in w id th an d thickness ex ­ ceed th e w idth iuid thickness o f a course o f b r ick , a n d euch bond lim b e r o r w a ll strip s slm il be la id a l lcjist eighteen in c h e s a p a r t from each on cith e r e i d o o f any w a ll r e s p e c t­ ively. £0. A ll roofs, s tooples, cupolns and s p ir e s of c h u rches a n d o th e r public buildings, a n d all privies u o t e x c e e d ing ten f e e t sq u a r e , nil fire e n g ine houses o f tho c o rporation, a n d all lim e hou s e s m a y b e b u ilt o f w o o d anil bo:u*d, o r b r i c k an d s tone, an d covered w ith b o a r d o r shingles, a n y th i n g herein afore­ said notw ithstanding. §7. I f any dw e lling h o u s e , store ho u s e or b u ild in g s h a ll b e e r e c ted or r o o fed con tr a r y to tho provision s o f this o r d i­ n a n c e , th e p r o p r ieto r o r prop r ieto r s thereof, s h a ll, for every' su c h offence, forfeit a n d pay th e suin o f F iv e H u n d red Dol­ lars. ^ A n d ev e ry s u c h d w e lling house, s to r e house, or o th e r building, e r e c ted or roofed in s a id district, contrary to th is ordinance, s h n ll b e d e e m e d a com m o n nuisance. §8. T h e foregoing p r o v isio n s o f th is ordim iuco s h a ll n o t ap p ly to any b u ild ing heretofo r e erected und covered w ith b o a r d or shingle, w ith in said district, n n d w h ich s h a ll a t any tim e req u ir e to be rep a ir e d o r new r o o fed. A d o p ted J u lv 23d, J349. JA M E S C. W A T T S , City C ierk. A p p ro v e d J u l y 25th, 1849. au29 ?.m E D W A R D C O P L A N D , M ayor. jhumrcmcr. € O E S .]p<?SiA 'r5<J>lN N O T IC E —FuU o n avenue g r a d ­ ing mid paving from lied H o o k L a n e to H u d son av e ­ nue. E ighteenth stree t tu r n p ik in g from 3 d to 9th avenue. T h e A ssessm e n ts in th e nbovo entitled m a tte r s w e re d u ly confirm e d o n t h e 29th d a y of O c tober last. N o tice is h e r e b y g iv e n to all p a r ties interested, th a t by p a y ing th e ir several assessm e n ts to C h a s . C. Betts, c o m p ­ troller, a t h is office in tlio City H a ll, w ith in thirty day s from the ab o v e d a te, they can pay th e sam e w ith o u t th e ad d itio n o f C o llector’6 fees. AU a s s e s s m e n ts n o t s o paid , w ill b e c o l­ lected by one o f th c C ity C o llectors w ith liis fees thereon. Brooklyn* N o v . 1,1849. JN O . D . L A W R E N C E , n3 law 4 w S tree t C o m m issioner. ^ N O litS .H y ll S .A 'S ’lfO W N O T I C E - - C a rlton avenuo a u d xLy D e a n s tr o e t w e ll a n d p u m p . T h e assessm e n t in th c ab o v e en titled m u tter w a s du ly confirm ed on th e 15th duy of O c t. inst. •Notice is h e r e b y g iv e n to all p a r lies in terested , t h a t b y p a y ing th e ir s e v e r a l ussesriinenLsto ( ’has. C . Betts, c o m p tr o l­ ler, a t his oflico in tho C ity H u ll, w ithin th i r ty days from th e ab o v e date, th e y cun p a y th e sam e w ith o u t t h e ad d itio n ol collectors’ fees. AU a s s e s s m e n ts not so p a id , w ill b e co llect­ ed by one o f th o city collectors w ith h is fees th e r e o n . D a ted B rooklvn, 19th O c t. .1849. JO H N D. L A W R E N C E , q 20 lr.w 4 w S tree t C o m m issioner. g N 0 E L £ H > S 3 . A p£ £ 0 ! g N O T IC E — F illing u p lots be- Q J J L tiveeh G o ld, J a c k s o n . Concord a n d T ilia r y s treets. T h o A s s e s s m e n t iu th e ab o v e en titled m a tter, w as d u ly confirm e d o n th e 15th d a y of O c tober in s tu n t. N o tice is h e r e b y g iv e n to all p a r ties in terested , th a t b y pay in g th e ir several assessm e n ts to Chas.\ C. B e tts, C o m p ­ troller, a t h is office in th e City H a ll, w ith in th i r ty days from th e ab o v e date, they can pay th o s a m e w i t h o u t th e ad d itio n o f th e C o llectors feus. A ll assessm e n ts noL so p a id , w ill be collected by one o f th e C ity Collectors w itb his lees thereon. B rooklyn, O c tober 22d, 1849. JO I I N D . L A W R E N C E , o23 law 4 w S ire e t Com m issioner. CLrA fi T R E A L ES- fesl'Jl TA T H A G E N T lia* located nt 397 F u l t o n stre e t,o p ■fcaUS-IpPsho th e new City Iiall, offers f o r s a l e . L o i s on C linton livemn*. H o u s e s a n d lo ts o n C lason a v e n u e . L o t s on T h i r d a v e n u e b e tw e e n 2 i t h an d 25th s ts . L o ts in S o u th Brooklyn o n H icks, C o lu m b ia, President, C a rrol ami W o o d h u ll s ts . H o u se and lo t in B ridge s t. • 1 b r ic k house and lot in C a r l to n av e n u e . F a r m o f 13 a c res Iu N e w Je r s e y , n e a r R a h w a y . F a r m wfl01>a acres 5 m ilse s o u th o f I t h a c a i u T o m p k ins county. F a r m o f GOO a c res 7 m iles w e s t o f I th a c a . F o u r hundred acres under c u ltu r e , w ith dw e llin g s , b a r n s , saw m ill, ficc. T O L E T —T l ie tw o v e ry b e a u tifu l co ttag e s , situated on P u tn a m and F u ito n av e n u e s . Stages p a s s e v e r y ten m i­ n u te s . T w o brick lo tuses in G o ld s t., j u s t finished. D o u b le house in L ivingston S t., secon d h o u s e e a s t o f S m ith streel. 3 o f the 4 new h r ic k h o u s e s u n d e r c o m p letio n o n CInson av . a d joining G a tes, :ii;d w ill b e read y fo r ‘te n a n ts ab o u t the 1st o f A p ril. F O R SA L E .—T h e sp len d id resid e n c e o f B e n jam in F. T h o m p s o n , o f H e m p s tead . I t is only necessary’ to auy that th e b u ild in g s aro rep lete w ith ev e ry co n v e n ien c e , and tho location u n s u r p a s s e d . T e r m s m o d e r a te a n d paym e n t ea^y. A ttends to ren tin g h o u s e s a n d c o llectin g r e n ts. j a i l tf C ORPORATION N O T I C E —E s tim a tes for taking u p a n d r e -setting lump-postB. S e a led estim a tes will bo rece iv e d at tlie S tre e t C o m m is sioner’s oflice u u til S a turday n e x t, th o 24th in s t., fo r taking u p and d e p o s itin g in a p la c e ap p o in ted b y th o C o m m o n C o u n c il th e lam p -posts imd lam p s to be rem o v e d from the s t r e e t s ; a n d also for re-seitiu g th e sam e w h e n r e q u ir e d .— P ro p o s a ls to s ta t e separately Lhu p r ices for tak in g u p und re-settin g . B rooklyn, 19th N o v ., 1849. JO H N D . L A W R E N C E , n20 d t d S tr e e t C o m m issioner. F S A N O r O S S ^ ' S S . — T h e su b s c r ib e r s lhave c o n s tantly cm h a n d a general a s s o r tm e n t __ _ _ p e r io r to n e d R o s e w o o d a n d M a h o g a n y o u ;e d in s tr u m c n tsT o r s a le or h ire . T h o s e h ir in g m a y L a v e the p r iv ilege o f pu r c h a s in g a t t h e ex p ir a tio n of s ix m o n th?— the p r ice w ill b e sla t e d w h e n e n g a g e d , a n am o u n t o f h ire d e d u c ­ te d i f p u r c h a s e d . T h o s e i n n e e d o f a s u p e r io r a r t ic l e w iil do w e ll to ca ll a t o u r e s ta b lism b c n t. m h 2 ly IL G L E N N fic CO ., 194 F u l t o n s t . , \West o f B roadw a y , N ew . Y o rk. jgr T T B I N ’ S E X T R A C T S —T h e rich e s t v a r iety o f L u SL A bin’s p e r f u m e r y at th e D rug s to r e , 184 F u l t o n stree t— -.A M B E R T ’S—P r ice ,s m a ll boU L '3 ,n0 c t s ; larg e 75 ce n ts. rah21 tf T f U 5 2 S 3 E 3 ® — W A T iH tH O U S E , L I N N CO ., hav e a A c o n s ta n tly o n hand am i for s a le , a large q u a n titvoi* Pino a n d H e m lock B o a rds, P lan k , J o is t a n d S h in g les, fitc. Sec.— Otfice c o r n e r o f C o lum b ia a n d B a lticstreets, B roo k lyu. s ! 2 tf N U R S E R Y —W o o d w a r d ’s V ictoria S h ield e d D i ­ ed u p e r P in s , o f pure silv e r , m a y alw a y s b e f o u n d a t W I S E S ’ J e w e lr y s to r e , 79 F u U o n j ' PC^ J & E I V C 1 3 P a ten t P o lish for F u r n i t u r e ,l o r c lean in g a n d J a ? rem o v in g s ta i n s from F u r n itu r e — c a n b e o b t a i n e d u t 3 7 M y rtle a v e . P rice,37!« c e n ts p e r b o x . jeG P E A R L , A N D T O R T O I S E S H E L L C a rd C a s e s , o f e v e r y style, f o r s a le c h e a p , b y w. j . v a n d e r h o e f , W a t c h m a k e r an d Je w e ll e r , 146 F u l t o n e. T R E A M E R IC A N Q U A R T E R L Y R E G I S T E R a n d M A G A Z I N E , c o n d u c ted by J u d g e J a m e s S try k e r o P h ila d e lp h i a . J u n e n u m b e r j u s t r e c e iv e d by A . M . \W IL D E R , 51 F u l t o n s t . F C i T i l G - A T f i N G P A S T I L E S fo r p e r f u m lu g room s p r e v e n tin g contagion n n d ex p e llin g m u s q u f to e s , for sale a t JA M E S W . SM L T Ii’s D ru g Sc C h e m ical S to r e . nu7tf C o u rt s tr e e t, c o r n e r M o n tugue Pluce. M C - a r a e P A R T I E S —S c h o o l and kprivate p a r t ie s c a n pro c u r e s tag e s to ac* icom m o d a te fro m 12 to 30 p e r s o n s , for 'E x c u rsions, o n app licatio n a t th e Boat B rooklyn S tage O flice, o r to t h e S u p e r in ten d e n t a t t h e F u lto n l j e ? l t r _______________ H U S T E D fa K K S D A L U , A B A R G A I N - f O K S A L E — 2 8 lots, s i t u a t e i n S o u th B rooklyn, p a r t fronting on R ich a r d s a n d p a r t o n D ike; m a n s tr e e ts. T h e above lo ts w ill h o so ld a t a b a r g a i n , for cash , to close an estate. E n q u i r e o f G E O R G E H A L L , L a u d a n d G e n e ral A g e n t, 307 F u U o n s tr e o t . TT O T 8 IN B R O O K L Y N I'O R S A L E T h e su b s c r ib e r a A hus lo t s fo r s a lo in m o s t o f t h c w a r d s in B r o o k ly u , a n d w ill s e ll o u e o r m o r e o f th e m o n l i b e r a l term s , to m e c h a n ics o r o th e r s , n n d w h e n im p r o v e d , th e w h o le a m o u n t m a y ro m a in on m o r t g a g o for a te r m o f y e a rs. A p p ly t o V A L E N T I N E G. H A L L , a u 4 t f c o r n e r o f P e a r l a n d B e c k m a n ts . N e w Y o r k ; * p 1 OJLB>9 G O L D , G O L D , a t W . J , V A N D E R K O E F ’S t o r 146 F u l t o n stree t, a s c h e a p as i t is in C a lifornia, m a n u ­ factured in t o all k in d s of J E W E L R Y b y tb e m o s t s k ilful w o r k m e n , je2 9 t '■'pf'/r 'ff** SC.iS’V iP —A l a r g e room o n t h e lo w e r f i o o r o f the B rooklyn I n s titu te. A p p ly o n th e n r e m ise s o r to JA M E S W A L T E R S , m2.”, t f co r n e r o f H e n r y a n d P o p lar sts. ib r ; tf 'T O JL £ 2 'ir—F o r th e s to r a ^ c o f F u r n i t u r e an d other light g o o d s, ono loft in s to r e N o . F u l t o n St., Brooklyn. l,For p a r ticulars, in q u i r e a t th e C a b i n e t W a rehouse o f T . B R O O K S , 4 4 F n lto n street. 'jo.5 JLfriTil’— A l o f t w ith steam p o w e r o n Form a n street. A p p lv to ' JO H N D . P R I N C E , •iVB t f 39 F u U o n street. YN3 \ S O L V U —T w o o r th r e e ro o m s in tb e Brook- ;\ •[/.! U n Institute, s u ita b le fo r p r o fessional G e n tlem e n or A p p ly to J . W A L T E R S , i j 8 i f c o m e r o f H e n r y a n d P o p lar sts. A S A L E —B e fore th e Surro- JrSA. gate o f th e c o u n t y o f N e w Y o rk. l u the m a tte r o f t h e ap p lication o f W m . S h a n n o n fic. Co., cred ito r s o f J a n ie* D enyse deceased, to l i a v e t h e R e a l Estate o f th e s a id deceased m o r igaged, leased , o r s o ld for the pay­ m e n t o f his d e b ts. S tate of N e w Y o rk, s s : N o tice is hereb y g iv e n th a t in p u r­ su a n c e of a n order, m a d e i n t h e abo v e p r o c e e d in g , o n the'Jth day o f May, 1849, b y A lexander W . B radford, E s q u im , ofthe co u n ty of N e w Y o rk, th e follow ing doscribcd p iece o r parcel o f lan d will be s o ld, u n d e r th e d ir e c tio n o f th e s u b scriber, at tb e Fm u k '.in H o u se, in th e c ity o f B r o o k lyn, on th e 2 4 th day o f N o v e m b e r, A. D ., 1849, ut 12 o’clock ut n o o n on thut dayf by J a n ie s Cole, auctioneer. A li i h a tc e r t a in piece o r psircel o f lund situ a te, lying nnd bein g in tlie to w n s h ip of N e w U trech t, in th e county of K ings a n d state o f N e w Y o rk, b u tt e d a u d b o u n d e d a s fol­ low s, to w it: com m e n c ing on th e h ig h w a y le a d in g from the village of N e w U trecht to Y e llow liooU a n d th e N arrows, six degrees an d forty-live m i n u te s w e s t tw o ch a in s and fif­ te e n lin k s ; thenco n o r th e ig h ty - th ree d e g r e e s w e s t one chain an d fifty links—all by th e aforesaid h ig h w a y to th o highway iendingfrom th e s a id village O fN e w U trech t to Y e llow Hook; thence north tw e n ty-tw o d e g r e e s an d th i r ty m i n u tes e a st six chain s nml n inety-ibur lin k s along th e l a s t m e n tio n e d high­ w a y ; thenco n o r th tw e n ty-tw o degrees a n d th i r ty m inutes east n ine chains a n d eighty - three links b y iu n d o f th e parlies of th e lirst p a r t to w o o d land o f J o h n A . E m r n a n s ; thence so u th s ixty-eight d e g r e e s e a s t s i x chains a n d f o rty-three links by iho last m e n tio n e d w o o d lan d to w o o d lan d o f W iuant B e n n e t: ih c n c e s o u th tw e n ty-one d e g r e e s a u d forty-five min­ utes w e st by w o o d land uud c l e a r lan d o f s a id W inant Ben- n e t s ixteen c h a ins aa d seventy-five lin k s to t h e p lace of be­ g in n in g —containing te n acres, th r e o roods an d tw o perches, be tiie snm e m o r e o r less, a s s u r v e y e d O c tober, 1843, b y T u ­ nis G. Bergen. ItA U IX E L D E N Y 6 L , A d m in istratrix o f J a m e s D e n y s e , d eceased. B r a d y . & c M a u r i c e , A tto r n e y s , 10 W a ll s tr e e t. o4 dtd C O R P O R A T I O N N O T IC E —P r e s id e n t s treet W e ll an d P u m p betw e e n H icks and V a n B r u n t s treets. A p e tition is now p e n d in g before the M a y o r a n d C o m m o n C o u u c il o f t h c city o f B rookly n , for a w e ll an d p u m p o n President s tr e e t, b e tw e e n H icks u n d V a n B r u n t s treets. T h o com m o n c o u n c il h a v o fixed the d istric t b e y o n d w h ich tho a s s e s s m e n ts sh a ll n o t extend, to on b o th sides o f P r e s id e n t s tr e e t from I l i c k s to V a n R r u n tstre e t, und. in d e p t h one-half th e b lo c k un e a c h side thereof. R e m o n s tr a n c e s ag a in s t the said well an d p u m p m u s t b e presen ted to th e co m m o n council on o r before tho 13th d u y of O c tober n e x t , a s th e s a m e w ill then b e tinuily a c ted u p o u , or s isso o n th c r e u f tu r n s convenient. I n th o m e a n tim e osti- tim a tes w ill b e receiv e d for c o n s tructing s a id w e ll a n d p u m p . B rooklyn, N o v . 1,1849. JN O . D . L A W R E N C E , n2 la w 3 iv S tre e t C o m m issioner. ^ N O T IC E —T i lia r y s tr e e t r e - g r a d K O in g and r e - p a v in g from F u lton to B ridge s t r e e t ; C ran ­ berry afreet r c g r a d in g nnd repaving from H e n ry to H icks s t : T h ir d avenuo nn d T w e n ty-second stre e t w ell and p u m p ; Court and C a r r o ll streets w eli aud p u m p ; H o y t, 8 m ith , Bailie u n d B u tl e r s tr e e ts fencing lots. ‘ * . T h e A s s e s s o rs h a v in g r e tu r n e d their A s s e s s m e n t L ists in th e a b o v o en titled m a tters, notice is h e r e b y given th a t t h e sam e w ill b e p r e s e n ted lo t h e M ayor a n d com m o n council for confirm a tion, a t tlieir reg u lar m e e ting o n M o n d ay, the 2 0 th day o f N o v . o r aa s o o n th e r e a f ter us th e y m a y convenieutly act u p o n th e sa m e . T h e lists c a n be ex a m in e d at th e office o f the C lerk o f t h e com m o n council u n til th e a b o v e d a t e . - - O b jections to s a id lists t_if a n y ) are to b e m a d e in w riting, a n d presented to t h e co m m o n c o u n c il o n o r b e f o r e th a t d a y . D a ted B rooklyn , 15th N o v . 1849. JA M E S V . W A T T S , n ! 6 d td C ierk o f the C o m m o n Council. C O K lP O T C A S H E O B r N O T IC E — G a rrison and F r o n t stree ts w e ll a n d p u m p . A p e titio n is no w p o n d in g before the M a y o r a n d C o m m o n C o u n c il o f t h c city, o f Brooklyn, for a w e t l a n d p u m p a t th e corner of G a rrison an d F r o n t street*. T h e com m o n council have fixed the d istric t b e y o n d w h ich th e a s s e s s m e n ts shall n o t extend, to w i t : o u b o th aides ot G a rrison s t. f r o m F r o n t s t. to a p o in t 150 le e t s o u th of said stree*, o n both s ides o f M ercoin s t. from G a rrison st. to a p o in t 100 f e e t w e s t o f s a id s tr e e t, a a d on both s id e s o f F ro n t s tr e e t from M a in s tr o e t to a p o i n t 150 foet w e s t o f G a rrison s tr e e t, aud in d e p t h one-h a lf th e blocks o n each s id e o . said s tr e e ts. R e m o n s tr a n c e s against thu s a id well a n d p u m p m u s t be presented to th e C o m m o n Council on o r before tlie 19th day of D e c e m b e r n e x t,as t h e sam e w ill then b e linully a c ted u p o n , or a s s o o n th e r e a f te r us c o n v e n ient. In th c m e a n tim e e s ti­ m a tes w ill be r e c e iv e d f o r c o n s tructing s u id w e ll a n d p u in p . B rooklvn, N o v . 15, 3849. JN O . P . L A W R E N C E , n l o la\v3w S tree t C o m m issioner. T H E O l d ) D O C T O R V 1 N D I O A T E D . —'TH E Q U E S T I O N S E T T L E D .— W e b e g l o ca ll th e a t t e n ­ tion o f t h e public to t h e follow in g C A R D o f n e a rly a l l tlio prin c ip a l D r u g g istsan d A p o th e c a r ies o f N e w 'Y o r k , B r o o k lyn , an d W i llia m s b u r g h , resp e c tin g •• O L D D R . J A C O B T O W N S E N D ’S S A R S A F A R I L A A .” Ile r o aro am o n g w h o m are S E V E N E D U C A T E D P H Y S I C I A N S , w h o t e s t i f y to th c p u b lic o t th o su p e r io r i ty o f th e O id D o c to r ’s S a r s a p R r il lu over t h a t m a d e by S . P . T o w n s e n d . L e t i t b e r e m e m b e r e d th a t t h e s e m e n nro D r u g g i s t s and P h y s i c ia n s , f u l l y a c q u a in te d w i t h a l l k in d s o f m e d ic i n e s , an d l h c m a n n e r o f com p o u n d in g th e m , a n d aT© p robably m o r e c a p a b l e o f gvi ing a n o p in io n o f th e v a l u e m e d ical co m p o u n d t h a u a n y c l a s s o f p e r s o n s In th o w o r ld. F r o m th e fa c t t h a t theiy aro p u tt in g u p p r o s c r ip t io n s of a l l t h e X’hyaicitvns f ro m m o r n in g t i l l n*ghi t h c y e a r r o u n d , co n t in u a l ly m i x in g d r u g s , a l s o clo s e o b s e r v e r s o f t h e cf* f e c t s o f d ii io r o n t p r e p a r a tio n s u p o n p a t i e n t s , e n a b les them m o s t f u ll y to j u d g e w h e n a m e d icin e is good a n d w h e n hnd. T h e s e a r e t h e m e n w h o m M r . S . P . T o w n s e n d sh a m e ­ fu ll y a b u s e d o n d lib e lled , ca llin g th e m “ S w i n d l e r s , ” and “ w i l l i n g to c o m m it a n y f r a u d f o r money,** s im p ly because th e y fe l t i t tlic i r d u ty to la e ll th o O l d D r.’s S u r a a * p a r i l l a I n s to a d o f S . P .’s a r t i c l e , b e liev in g i t to b e f a r t h e h o tt e r m e d i c i n e . In v in d i c a t in g th e m s e l v e s from th e s e foul c h a r g e s , it b e c a m e n e c e s s a r y to s p e a k o u t f r a n k l y and fu ll y t h e i r v i e w s o f th e tw o T o w n s e n d ’s S a r s a p a r il la* . T h i s t h e y h a v e dono in t h e fo llo w in g C a r d , to w h i c h th e y n o w i n v i t e t h e re a d e r ’s a t t e n t i o n : T O T H E P U B L I C .’^ W e th e u n d e r s ig n e d D ruggists o f N o w Y o r k , B r o o k ly u a n d W i llia m s b u r g h , h a v ing seen a n a d v e r t i s e m e n t ad dressed to u s , an d o th e r s w h o se ll S a r s a p a r il la , by S . P T o w n s e n d , w h i c h is calcu lated to bring u s an d o u r busi* n e s s i n t o r e p r o a c h , f e c i ca lled u p o n t o s l a t o iu r p e r s o n a ) v ie w s o f tb o real m e r its of th o tw o T o w n s e n d ’s S a r s u p a r i lla O f t h o claim s p r e f e r r e d b y th o p a r l ie s lo th e original S a r s a p a r i l l a w o h a v e n o th i n g to do, a n d le a v e thorn to s e t t l e th a t m a tte r b e t w e e n th e m s e l v e s . B u t since w e a - e c a lle d “ s w i n d le r s ,” an d b r a n d e d w i t h th e d e c laratio n o f being w illing “ to co m m it a n y fr a u d for m o n e y ,” a n d a s “ nm n h a v i n g n o h o n o r , a n d sh o u ld n o t be t r u s t e d , ” w e f e e l t h a t w e o u g h t to giv o th e reaso n * w h y w c p r e f e r to u s e and s e l l O ld D r. T o w n s e n d ’s S a r ­ sap a r i lla , to ftlr. S . P . T o w n s e n d ’a, an d le a v o th e public tojuriga w h e t h e r w e are “ d e c e iv e r s a n d s w i n d l e r s , and n o t to bo t r u s t e d ” b y s o doing, 1. O n r e x p e r i e n c e aad o b s e r v a t io n s h a v o satisfied u s th a t th o O ld D r / s S a r s a p a r il la p o s s e s s e s m o re m e d ical po w e r a n d v i r t u e th a n 8 . P . T o w n s e n d ’ s , an d lh a t th e te s tim o n y c f t h c pu b lic w o u ld seem to bo t h e sa m e , and w c a l w a y s m a k e J t a m a tte r o f c o n s c i e n c e a n d d u ty w h e n tw o a r t i c l e s b e a rin g th o sam e n a m e a n d p u r p o r tin g to cure t h e su m o d ise a s e , arc in th e m a r k e t , to s e l l th a t w h ic h w e c o n s id e r l h e b e s t. T h e fa c t t h a t S . P . T o w n s e n d ’s S a r s a p a r i l l a h a s g r e a t ­ ly so u r e d , f e r m e n t e d and ax p lo d e d th e b o t t l e s , th e r e b y giving g r o a t d issatisfa c ti o n to o u r c u s to m e r s , h a s in f lu - cn c e u us in o u r p r e f e r e n c e ol th o O ld D r.’s p r e p a r a tio n .— W c do n o t f e e l o u r s e lv e s c a lled u p o n t o d e c id e th e trn e m e r its o f c a b e r a r t i c l e as sta n d a r d p r e p a r a t i o n s , b u t w h o n c - k e d by o n r cu s to m e r s lor o u r o p in i o n s w h i c h w e b e liev e u n d e r a l l circu m s tan c e s to be t h c b e s t, w e sh o u ld not h e s i t a t e in giving our p r e f e r e n c e in f a v o r o f O ld Dr. Ja c o b T o w n s e n d ’s. W i th t h e s e v iew s , w e le a v e t h e p u b ­ lic to d e c id e i f .w e a r e u o t ju s t i f i e d in g iv in g t h e O ld D r.’s p r e p a r a tio n th a t preference w h i c h i t s e e m s to d e s e r v e , as a m e d ical co m p o u n d , a s w e l i a s th e c h o i c e o f t h e peo­ ple so u n i v e r s a l l y m a n if e s ted in i t s f a v o r . G a b riel D A y r e s , A tla n tic cor l l o y t s t . B r o o k ly n . S iep h e n P L e e d s , co r C o u rt a n d A t l a n t i c s t , ** A H o tch k iss, J r . , 7 U n ion s t S o u th u C M W r i g h t. 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J a m e s B o y c e , c o rN « * rfolk a n d S t a n t o n s t s , 44 W e h o p e t h e p u b iic w ill b e a r in m in d t h o fa c t t h a t a l , th e s e m e n s t a t e e x p l i c i t l y , th a t S . P , T o w n s e n d ’s artl* cle h a s g r e a t l y s o u r e d , f e r m e n t e d / a n d B U R S T T H E B O T T L E S . ” th e r e b y giv in g 41 g r e a t d i s s a t i s k x c t i o k to th e i r c u s t o m ­ ers.” W o h a v e before m a d e th e sam e s t a t e m e n t s w h ich M r. S . P . T o w n s e n d s a i d w a s l i b e l l o u s , a n d In c o n s e ­ q u e n c e t h r e a t e n e d ninny o f th e o w n e r s o f p a p e r s w i t h pro­ s e c u t io n for p u b l i s h i n g it. W e h a v e t h e r e b y bee n d e p r i­ v e d o f a d v e r i i s i n g in m a n y p a p e r s i n N e w Y o r k a n d else­ w h e r e b e c a u s e o f th e s e th r e a t s , w h i c h th e p u b lic w ill n o w see h a v e n o fou n d a tio n a s lib e ll o u s m a t t e r . 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O ffice 41 F u lton street, B rooklyn; C o n tiuues t o ta k e ris k s o h B u ild in g s , M e r c h a n d ize, M a­ ch in e r y nnd p r o p e r t y gen e rally, a l c u r r e n t r a t e s o f p r e m iu m . T h i s co m p a n y h a s p a s s e d th r o u g h t h e g r e a t N e w Y o rk F ir e s of 1835 a h d 1845, a n d also t h e r e c e n t d isastro u s B rooklyn F ire. T h e y o w e th e i r escap e from th e m , w ith co m p a r a ­ tiv e ly slight losses, to tb e nyslesn w h ic h th e y alw a y s p r a c ­ tise , o f lim iting and s c a t terin g t h e ir r isk e . T h e Com p a n y inform th e i r d e a le r s a n d th e p u b li c g e n e ­ rally, that i.rp o t h a n o n e t h i r d o f t h e i r b u s in e s s is b n risk s in th e citv o f B r o o k ly . AU losses w h ich th e com p a n y m a y su s t a in , w ill b e a d ­ ju s te d an d p a i d p r o m p t ly as h e r e to f o r e . d i r e c t o r * : B. \Y . D e ln m a ler, H enry Y o u n g , J’oter C. 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D a y s o f s a iling o f t h e r e g u l a r lin e o f L i v e r p o o l P a c k e ts a s flx e u u p o n a r c , th o 1st, 6 tli, l l t h , iCtli, 2 1 s t a n d 26th o f o v e ry m o n tlu T h e s e sh ip s are all o f t h e larg e s t c lass a n d are com ­ m a n d e d b y m e n o f ch a r a c te r a n d ex p e ri e n c e . C a b in a c ­ co m m o d a tions a r o all th a t can b e d e s ir e d i n po in t o f s p len ­ d o r , com f o r t a n d co n v e n ien c e . T b e y a r o fu r n ished w ith overy d e s c r ip tio n o f s to r e s o f th o b e s t k i n d . P u n c tu a lity iu th e d a y s o f s a il in g w ill b o s tr ictly a d h e r e d to . P a c k e ts f o r NEW \ O R L E A N S sa il w e e k l y . F o r f r e ight o r passage a p p ly a s ab o v e . n ! 6 ly S N N U ] U A I * 4 * K O F F I C E , N o . 50 F u l t o u s t r k x t . T H E N O R T H A M E R IC A N F I R E IN S U R A N C E CO. C a p s ; a i 9 $ £ 5 O 9O0O9 w ith a la r g e s u r p lu s secu rely Invested. 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In t h o m e a n ti m e jt h e O ld D r’s S a r s a p a r i l l a ca n b e h a d a t th o D E T O T , 102 N A S S A U S T R E E T , a a d o f a i l t h e p r i n - ip a t d r u g g i s t s i n th e c i t y a n d c o u n t r y . y ! 2 'gTBliUOltF.'YIV IN S U R A N C E C O M P A N Y ‘S— f i a C h a r t e r e d in 1824.— Office 4 3 F u lto n , u p p e r co r n e r o f F r o n t s tr e e t. I h i s co m p a n y h a v i n g r e n e w e d th e i r C a p ital, so f a r a d tbo sam e w u s im p a ir e d by th e g r e a t tire i n S e p te m b e r lost, are n o w p r e p n r e tt to Insure D w e llings, S to r e s , a n d o tb e r b u ild ­ in g s , F u r n itu r e , M e rchandise, V e s sels in p o r t ond t b e i r c a r ; g o e s upo n as fav o r a b le te r m s as an y sim i la r in s titu tio n ; d i r e c t o r s : W illiam E llsw o r th , YViliiam H . C. B ro w n , Phineaa T . B a r n u m , J o s e p h S . L a k e , E lijah F . P u r d y . J o s e p h E . Coffee, M ason S . 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S t e v e n s , S e c r e tary . je 8 l y ' M K ’JY U A F . b e n e f i t l i f e IN S U R A N C E CO.— N o . 43 F u l t o n s t r e e t . —In co n f o r m ity w ith tho provisio n s o f a a ac t o f th o L e g isla t u r e o f t h e s ta t e o f N e w Vork, entitled 44 A n act to p r o v id e fo r t h e in c o r p o r a tio n of In s u r a n c e C o m p a n ies.” T b e u n d e r s ig n e d , P r e s id e n t a n d th e S e c r e tary an d T r e a s u r e r of 44 T h e M u tu a l B e n e fit L ife I n s u ­ ran c e C o m p a n y ,” in c o r p o r a ted b y a c t o f t h e L e g isla t u r e of th o s tate ol N o w J e r s e y , do h e r e b y ce rtify t h a t th e in v e s t e d fu u d s o f t h e co m p a n y now u n h a n d a n u b e l o n g in g t o t h e com p a n y , a r o as follow s , v iz : U n ited S tates 6 p e r cen t, sto c k s (p a r ) tw e n ty thousan d d o ll a r s .............................................................. $20,000 00 U n ite d S tates w a r b o u n ty s c r ip (p a r ) e l e v e n h u n ­ d r e d d o llars .......................................................... 1,ICO 00 B o n d s o f tho c i ty o f B r o u k ly n , N e w Y o r k , fifty thousan d d o l l a r s . . . . .................................................... 50,000 00 F i r s t b o n d s nnd m o r tgag e s o n u n in c u m b e r e d re a l , estate iu th c state oY N e w Y o r k , w o r t h a t l e a s t do u b le th e n m o u n tlo a n e d th e r e o n , ( a s r e q u i r e d by th e rules iuid reg u l a ti o n s o f th e com p a n y ,) flfiy-ftvc t h o u s a n d sev e n h u n d r e d a n d tw e lve fiftv-one h u n d r c l h d o ll a r s ........................................... 55,712 50 B o n d s o f t h e c i t y of N e w a r k , N . 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J . , s e v e n teen th o u s a n d d o ll a r s ................ \17 00 P rem ium notes secu r e d by policies, a n d su b jec t to puyzncut o f lo s s e s b y Uie c o m p a n y , f o u r h u n ­ dred and s e v e n ty-five th o u s a n d sev e n h u n d r e d an d fifty-nine s e v e n o n e - h u n d r e d th d o l l a r s . . . . 475,759 07 C a s h in bonk, s ix te e n tho u s a n d tw o h u n d r e d a n d fifty - tw o th ir ty - s ix o n e - lu m d r e d th d o llars 16,252 30 dpi AJL 1FOJR.IVI A G O L D — A s m a illu v o ico o f th is p u r e and p r e c io u s m e ta l h a v i n g com e to h a n d , I h a v o p u t i t to ono o f th o b e s t o f p u r p o s e s : m a d o it i n t o r in g s , to b e used In s o lem n izing t h e in terestin g c e rem o n ial o f m a trim o n y , YVM, W I S E , jR .^ J e w e lle r, & c ., Je23 p 9 F u l t o n stree t. F S S . F N C F 5 C L O C K S — C locks v e r y c h e a p a t J . D . C H A S E ’S ; also, a flno a s s o r tm e n t o f r i o h j e w e l r y and s i l v e r w a r e cun alw a y s be f o u n d a n d so ld a t su c h p r i c e s a s w a r r a n t s a tisfactio n . J oh n D . C h a s e , m a n u f a c tu r e r o f S iiv c r a n d G o ld^w o rk all kin d s . W a tch e s a n d C lo c k s r e p a ir e d a n d w a r r a n t e d a t 2 0 3 F u lto n co r n e r C o n c o rd s tr e e t. m y S 2 T o l n l, ............................................ $721,152 00 M a k ing th e s u m o f s e v e n h u n d r e d a n d tw e n ty - o n o th o u s a n d o n e lm m lred an d fifty-two d o llars. T h e u n d e r s igned f u r th e r c e rtify , t h a t t h o b u s in e s s of th e com p a n y is th a t o f L if e In s u r a n c e a l o n e , th u t it is a M u tu a l C o m p a n y , a n d h a s n o o th e r c a p ital t h a u th a t r e c e iv e d from prem iu m s . 9 \vo r n to A p ril 2 6 , 3849. R O B E R T L . P A T T E R S O N , P r e s id e n t. B e n j a m i n C. M i i . l e u , T r e a s u r e r . C E R T I F I C A T E O F A U T H O R I T Y . C o m p t r o l l e r ' s O f f i c e , > A lb a n v , M av 8,1849. | S a tisfactory ev i d e n c e h a v i n g b e e n fu r n ish e d t o m e th a t S te p h e n C row e ll, of th c city o f B r o o k ly n , has b e e n d u lv ap­ p o in t e d a n ag e n t for th o M u tu a l B e n e fit L ife I n s u r a n c e C o m ­ p a n y , b e ing a n I n s u r a n c e C o m p a n y in c o r p o r a ted by tb© s tate o f N e w Jersey , a n d t h u t th e wud c o m p a n y is possessed o f tlie a m o u n t o f a c tu a l c a p ita l , u n im p a ir e d , w h ich is r e q u i r e d by th o s e v e n th s e c t io n o f an net e n titled 44 A n n e t t o p r o v i d e l b r th e in c o r p o r a tio n o f I n s u r a n c e C o m p a n ies, p a s s e d A p r il 10, 1849. N o w , th e r e f o r e , in p u r s u a n c e o f th o p r o v isio n s o f t h e A c t afo r e s a id , I , YVashington H u n t, co m p tr o ll e r o f t h e s ta t e o f N e w Y 'o rk, d o h e r e b y certliV, t h a t t h e s n id S teph q jx C r o w e n is a u tho r is e d a s a n A g e n tf o r t h e s a i d M u tu a l Benefit L if e I n ­ su r a n c e C o m p a n y , t o issu e policies, r e c o iv o p r e m iu m s , a n d tra n s a c t th e business* o f L ife I n s u r a n c e i n t h e city o f B r o o k ­ ly n . In w itness w h e r e o f, I Ijjave h e r e u n t o s u b s c r ib e d m y n a m e , an d c a u sed t h c s e a l o f m y office t o b e affixed, t h e d a y a n d th e v e a r first a b o v e w r itte n . • W . H U N T , C o m p t r o lle r . 1 STEPHEN CROWELL, Agent, 43 Fnlton street. D a n ie l Avrks,M. p . , Medical Examiner, Fulton comer of Sands street. _ ^ ^ . Je4tf

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