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iBrooklpn USaiig tSagle. THVBSDAY EVENING, NOV., 22. “ W e have' a t no tim e denounced Mr. Stryker •without an array of facts an d figures.”— E a g le. T h e E a g le is certainly a m o n o m a n iac. W h ere are h is “facts and figures\ for the charge that Mr S . w e n t to W iiliam sburgh to obtain “absolution” •from , or s e c u r e the influence o f a catholic priest? I f “facts and figures” there w e r e , w e m a d e t h e E a g le ew a low them , and a bitter dose it w a s .— A d e e r ti te r o f h ov. 1 6 . • W e h a v e had the above extract laid b y for se v e r a l days for the purpose o f saying a w o r d in resp e c t to it a t the first m o m ent o f leisure. Our neighbor w a s evidently in good hum o r w ito N o . 1. w h a t e v e r m igh t have been his relation t o N o . S. w h e n h e penned it. “ W e have caught you a t l a s t : W e m a d e you sw a llow your facts and figures : W e g a v e you one bitter d nse a t an y rate.” I t is a little singular that “ W e \ should ba so w illin g to proclaim itB ow n disgrace ; but t h e fact cannot be questioned. It w a s only three d a y s be­ fore t h e above paragraph w a s published t h a t the A d v e r tiser, in speaking o f our course tow a r d s M r Stryker, sa i d : N o t a d a y pusses, but in th a t sh e e t hia a c t s are m is rep r e s e n ted ; his m o tives im p u g n e d ; wovds p u t into his m outh not his own ; and an attem p t m a d e'to place him in a false and ignoble position be­ fore the public by w h o m h e has been so lon g and h igh ly resp e c t e d . N o w i f tbis. is true, w h y has not the A d v e r tiser attem p ted h is defence ? W e certainly have charg­ e d him w ith som e serious acts o f m is-governm e n t; • w e have show n that h e w a s u n w orthy o f p u b lic con­ fidence ; and that he grossly dishonored h is posi­ tion. W b placed the facts to Bustain our charges before the p u b lic; but the A d v e r tiser had not a word to say in explanation. I t heaped a p len ty of hard epithets on the E a g le and its editor ; it storm ­ ed and fretted and m ade false issues ; b u t it did not deny because it could not. B u t one day w e chanced to state w h a t w e sup­ p o s e d , to b e a sim p le fa c t ; that Mr. Stryker had paid his resp e c ts to clergym a n iu W iiliam sburgh, and then the A d v e r tiser found a tongue. I t soon show e d tbat it w a s read y enough to disprove all statem e n ts respecting Mr. Stryker th a t w e r e not . strictly t r u e ; and, by its zea l in bringing forth let­ ters and proofs in this one point, show e d to every body t h a t had ey e s and eaya, t h a t other charges had not been disproved s im p ly because there w e r e no facts b y w h ich t o disprove them . “ W e\ w a s fast enough to prove that Mr. Stryker did not visit W iiliam sburgh during a certain w e e k in October, b u t “ W e ’’ had no letters or figures t o show tb a t h e bad not increased the public b u r d e n s ; h a d not corrupted voters ; had not prostituted his position to p o litical e n d s. B u t thi3 is n o i a ll. I f the E a g le did Mr. S tryker injustice in publishing the fact w h ich “ W e\ m a d e i t swallow, it also did all in i t s pow er, prom p tly, and at the tim e, to correct the error. T h e letters o f Mr. M alone and others published iu t b e A d v e r tiser w e r e a l l Bpread a t length before the public in our paper, before the election, and w e stated our full b e lief th a t w e bad been im p o sed upon, and that th e story w a s a humbug. A n d y e t t h e A d v e r tiser has c o n stantly sought to create the im p r ession, by its use of this circum stance, that w e d e liberately falsified th e record ; and has been talking, in its ow n peculiar w a y , about the chickens which “ W e \ bad s e n t hom e to roost, and the statem e n ts w h ich “ W e ” m a d e the E a g le sw a llow . I t w o u ld be w e ll if our neighbor, instead o f ' a t ­ tending to t h e “ m otes” that c loud our v ision, w o u ld look a li tie after the “beam ” in its ow n eye. The infam o u s B r o p h y handbill, sprung on the electors a t the last m o m ent, and one o f the m o st villai­ nous slanders ever perpetrated, w a s s e ized on w ith avidity by the A d v ertiser, and, if w e recollect aright, not o n ly published a t leDgth, but published w ith com m e n ts. This gToss injustice w a s done against a neighbor whom the editor k n e w person ally, ahd w h o se character is th a t of an upright, honorable citizen. This w a s bad enough, but even th i s is not the w o rst. T h e Brophy slander w a s ful ly contradicted b y Mr. W y ekoff, and t h e coutradic. tion published a t length in t h e E a g le and in hand­ b ills ; b u t t h e A d v ertiser, for reasons w h ich are suf­ ficien tly obvious, and w h ich induced us t o s a y that it w a s not very reliable authority on th o eve o f an election, did not contradict the base slander ; did not publish Mr. W y ckofFs s t a t e m e n t ; a n d h a s le f t its readers w ith t h e impression, dow n to this day> th a t the Brophy story ia all true. W h a t w e s a id 'of Mr. Stryker w a s o f no conse qnence. I f true i t would have done him no h u rt.— T h e fuss w h ich w a s m ade a b o u t it w a s not b e c a u s e i t w a s calculated to do him injury, but for the pur­ p o s e o f bringing out the priests publicly to endorse him and thus g e t him v o t e s ; but w h a t t h e A d v e r tiser said o f Mr. L o tt was calculated to injure him and d id injure him deeply. It w a s a p lo t g o t u p on purpose ; and the A d v ertiser m a d e i t s e l f a par­ t y to t h e plot. T h e Brophy slander w a s sent on th e w in g s o f lightning all over th e state ; circu lat­ ed in the Freem an’s Journal, the w h ig papers and in handbills ; a n d wherever there w ere Irishm en, M r , X rO tt g o t a sly dab under the fifth r i b ; so th a t h is vo t e is lo w e s t w ith one exception, on t h e dem o c r a ­ tic state t i- k e t . T h e difference betw e e n the A d ­ vertiser and the E a g le seem s to h e th i s : The E a g l e in its warfare useB “facts and figures” aud tb e A d v e r tiser u s e s B r o p h y s ahd R oorbacks. M o r e n e w C o u n t e r f e i t s . — 1 0 0 s, on th e B r o a d ­ w a y B a n k , altered from the genuine 2s. T h e gen ­ uine 100s h a v e “100” and the C o m p troller’s die on tb e l e f t end— t h e altered notes h a v e a picture o f th e Irving H o u se, and read “ w ill p a y on e hundred d o llars to the bearer.” Tho genuine read “w ill p a y on e hundred dollars to bearer o n dem and.” 6 0 0 s , on t h e M echanics’ and T r a d e rs’ Bank, a l ­ tered from genuine 2s— v iz, b lacksm ith, tw o fe­ m a les, &o .— 5 0 0 on upper and low e r l e f t m a rgin, w ith Com p troller’s die b e tw e e n them . This bank b a s no genuine b ills o f a higher denom ination than 1 0 0 . \We learn from tbe Tim es that she village o f \Wil- liarnsburgh is about to organize their public schools under a board o f Education sim ilar in its main f e a ­ tu r e s to ourB. A n a c t has been drawn uup for t h e purpose and w i l l b e passed a t t h e com ing session. S e n a tor F o o te is out w ith a letter agitating t h e P r o v iso. It is n o w certain, w e think, that there is n o possibility o f blinking t h is question. I t w ill be th e groat them e o f this congress. P o l i c e C o u e t . — -This morning several individu­ als, w h o were nnable to take care o f them s e lves, in consequence o f their m e n tal faculties being dark-1 ened b y partaking of too m u ch of “ the cratber,” w e r e brought, before Justice Truman Sm ith, and consigned to a reflecting c e ll, in default* o f furnish­ ing $ 3 fine. T h e police court yesterday morning presented a m o tley scene. Som e four or five \individuals ir- rested for d runkenness and disorderly conduct, a t tem p ting t o enter houses w ithout perm ission, a s ­ sau lt and battery, & c , Ac,, w e r e either sitting on the benches and chairs inside the railing, or stand­ ing before the tribunal, aw a iting the sentence w h ich the-justice s a w fit to im p ose upon them for their m isconduct. Som e o f them w e r e fined, others im p risoned in default o f the paym e n t o f the fines, and others discharged. W o w ish th e tim e m a y sp e e d ily arrive, when such disgusting specim e n s of hum a n ity shall learn to behave them s e lves, and a c t lik e m en instead of b rutes. M a . E d i t o e : A lm o st alw a y s, after tea, I lake up your paper to look over tbe Brooklyn news, and one o f the prom inent topics is police reports. I enclose one, cut from your paper o f the 20th inst. A t tho close ofth is disgusting report (w h ich I hope y o u w ill cop y to m ake this article intelligible) y o u sa y ** w e w ish the time m a y sp e e d ily arrive w h en such disgusting specim ens o f humanity, shall learn to behave them s e lves and act lik e m en in­ stead o f brutes.” N o w Mr. Editor, is it not high time for the inhabitants o f this city o f churches to ask, w h o is responsible for the w a s te o f hum an life and the misery aud loathsom e n e ss antecedent to it, w h ich arises from drunkenness. T h e low e r class o f society have but few m eans o f social en jo y m e n t : they have but little tim e and less m o n e y to gratify intellectual pursuits, and m a n y o f this class have been k e p t ignorant b y d esign. N o w , u n ­ der t h e s e circum stances, they are t h e ones m o st lik e ly t o fall a prey to tem p tations directed to their sensual gratifications. The poor m a n is led on b y designing m en, w h o w o u ld, for a l it t le m o n ey, rob him o f health, and w ith it happiness and even life i t s e l f The drinking usages o f so c iety h e lp on in this process for th e destruction o f th e hum an race. Y o u ask “ when sh a ll these disgusting specim e n s o f hum a n ity learn to behave th e m s e lves ?” I w ill t r y to answer the question. T h e y w ill try w h e n m en of m ore in telligen c e than them s e lves w ill cease to laugh a t t h e T o tal A b s tin e n c e p le d g e ; w h e n all sober m inded m en w i l l refuse to associate, w ithout reproof, w ith m en w h o se business and on ly business it is to sell intox­ icating drinks to this very class o f poor m en to m a k e them poorer. T h e y w ill try w h e n resp e c t ­ able citizens w ill cease to vote for m en for the highest) offices w ithin their gift, w h o n o t only ore opposed to the P led g e and tem p erance societeis, b u t are them selves the victim s o f that vice w h ich tem p e r a n c e m en are trying to r e m o v e ; or in more ea s ily understood language, shall cease to v o t e for drunkards or their first cousins, th e regular drink­ ers. T h e y w ill try to reform w h e n our citizens sh a ll refuse to vote for and sustain a body o f m en called t h e Corporation o f Brooklyn, w h o t o tally disregard t h e cry o f t h e w idow and the fatherless, that com e s up from e v e r y part of our c i t y ; w idow s and orphans, m ade such b y their n e g lect to enforce the l a w s o f the S ta t e . Y e s , Mr. Editor, I ask the M a yor o f this city and m e m b e r s o f t h e com m on council h o w th e y can look their constituents in the face, w h en t h e y have solem n ly Bworn to sustain and execu te the l a w s o f tho S t a t e . I c h a r g e u p o u the com m on cou r c il o f Brooklyn a flagrant violation o f their d u ty to G od and man. T h e y know tbat m ore than six i f not eight hundred places are open constant­ ly for t h e sale o f intoxicating drinks, contrary to law ; and w h o are tho sufferers b y this u e g lect ?— I rep ly— chiefly th e poor, th e n e e d y : th a t class w h o call a t our doors from day to day for bread and clothing ; for w h o m our benevolent citizens w ith praise-worthy zeal are associated togeth e r to relieve. T h e truth should be know n and felt that th e law -neglected rum -sellers are m a k ing more paupers than our poor associations can k e e p from w a n t. Mr. Ed'tor, I am n o t a p o litician although I am a w h ig by long association, y e t w h e r e an evil exists am o n g U3 so grave, nay, so appalling, I care not for p a r ty lines. T h e evil m u st be looked at, and l e t t h e gu ilty be held u p to m erited scorn, w h o are w illin g b y their o m issions, to perpetuate it w ith out lim it. E . C. .S a n Fbanoisco.— A letter in t h e Jour. Com. s a y s : T h e Oregon S team e r w ill b e thronged w ith q>er- sons goin g hom e disheartened, and w ith dreadful im p ressions o f the country. W ith several o f these I have conversed, and fiud them to be gentlem en w h o h a v e been unused to travel or hardship— or else m en o f intem p e r a te or gam b ling habits— or those w h o never counted the co s t , b u t supposed gold c o u ld be picked up like peb b les in the streets. Y o u w o u ld b e surprised to see th e numbers who return from tlie m ines utterly broken down, w ith no m oney to take them home. U n d e r these cir­ cum stances it cannot b e w o n d e r e d at, that suicides are so freqneDt, or m urders so numerous. A French­ man is to be hung a t this p la c e in a few days, for murder. I fear the d a y w ill be an e v il one, the e x ­ ecution b e ing public. There aro five idle m en sauntering about, w h ere there is o n e a t work, and here is the secret o f the dissatisfaction o f many— it i s w ithin them s e lves, they la c k energy. A n y m an w h o is w illin g to w o r k here, can g e t em p loy­ m ent a t from 5 to 12 dollars per day; M emoie o f D a v id -H a le.— W e have read w ith m uch satisfaction a m em oir o f t h e late D a vid H a le, b y R e v . J o seph P . Thom p son, p a s tor of tbe Broad­ w a y Tabernacle church, of w h ich Mr. H a le w a s a m em b er. T h e volum e com p rises 515 pages 12 mo., o f w h ich som e thing more than 300 are occu pied w ith selections from the w r itings of the d e ­ ceased. A rem a rkably true lik e n e ss o f Mr. H a le, engraved from a daguorreotype, is prefixed to tbe volum e. T h is m e m o r ial of a rem a rkable man, by one w h o kn e w him w e ll, w ill b e r e a d w ith interest and profit b y others besides the friends and acquai- tances o f the deceased. I t i s published by John W iley, 161 Broadw a y .— Jo u r . Com. M oedee in C eanbeeev , N . J.— A murder wa3 com m itted in Cranberry, N e w J e r s e y , last Sunday eyening. The victim is Mr. J a m e s A p p legate, and the murderer, a m a n nam ed W illiam P e tt y . The m urderer has m a d e his escape. The O sage Indians have had an interview w ith Commissioner Brown, stating th a t t h e y w a n ted cer tain cannon and flags, which w e r e refused. Som e m ilitary cloth in g and presents w e r e given them in their place. B eeach of P eomise .— The case o f Catharine Johnson against J a m e s W . R eynolds, for breach of prom ise of m arriage, w a s tried a t Pittsburgh, Pa. on Friday last. T h e defendant w a s proved to be worth $3000, and after a warm contest, the jury aw a rded the p laintiff $ 1 0 0 dam a g e s. N o tice is given o f an application to the N. J . L e ­ gislature for a supplem e n t to th e charter o f the N e w a r k Plank R o a d and Ferry C o m p a n y — author­ izing said Com p any to build brid g e s o v er the H a c k ensack and Passiac rivers, and to establish a Fer­ ry from the N e w Jersey Shore t o the c i t y o f N e w Y o r k . The A lb a n y D u tchm a n says : “ W h o says this is not an age o f progress ? A friend o f ours, on the fourth w a s arrested for assault and battery, last w e e k for petit larceny, and yesterday for highw a y robbery. W ith any kind o f encouragem ent h e w ill reach the g a llow s b y winter.” T h e G e e a t S l a v e C a s e . — T h e U . S. Court, now in session in this c it y , has been engaged for several days in trying the case o f D riscoll v s. Parish,which has excited m u ch aUeuliun. T h e s a lt w m brought by Driscoll for the recovery of the value o f certain slaves, w h ich he alleged the defendant prevented him from capturing in Sandusky city, in February 1845. A f ter the exam ination o f a number o f w it­ nesses, and quite a len g thy argum ent from the counsel, the jury retired, and last evening returned w ith a verdict o f $ 5 0 0 against the defendant.— Ohio Statesm a n , F r id a y . W h a t is t o b e d o n e . — T h e W a shington corres pondent o f the E v e . P o s t s a y s : It is now generally understood th a t Mr. S e c r e ­ tary M eredith m eans to recom m end important m o difications of th e tariff b ill o f 1 8 4 6 . and to back up his recom m endations w ith the exposure o f sun­ dry defalcations a n d abuses in the treasury depart­ m ent which he has scented out. The President haa not appointed Col. W ebb, or any one e ls e , m inister to V ienna, nor w ill he until after the fate o f som e o f hu other appointm ents w ith the n e x t congress is known. I t is said in t h e letters from W a shington that a cheap postage s y s t e m w ill be recom m e n d e d in t h e P r e sident’s m e s s a g e and also in th e annual r e p o r t o f the P o s t M a ster General. Tijo Tribune m a k e s tbe w h ig m a jority on t h e se­ natorial tick e t in t h is state 5135. T b e n ton.— The g r e a t e s t place for new spapers this side o f perdition, is the city o f Trenton, N . J. T h e y seem to spring u p , like m ushroom s, in the night and g r o w about as rapidly. T h e y are g e n e r ­ ally, s p r ightly, readable sh e e ts, and em b race rather m o re than the ordinary am o u n t o f talen t and en­ terprise ; but they are not fam ous for their rem u nerative qualities, and die out, after a tim e , to m a k e room for eq u a lly fortunate successors. T h e Trenton D a ily N e w s h a s had five sets o f publish­ ers in about four years, and now w e h a v e on our table a n e w candidate for public favor, “ T h e D a ily Trentonian.” I t is published by a press-gang o f th r e e : a ll o f them good, c lever fellow s, and having a very handy w a y w ith pens, p a ragraphs a n d puns. T h e T r e n to n ia n should h a v e been t h e B e n to n ia n , as the publishers are all hard m o n e y m e n ; or rather m en w h o are hard up for m o n e y ; and w h o are g r e a t a t a canvass or on the stum p . T h e y are a ll in favor o f free soil, free trade, free sp e e c h , free tick e ts o n railroads and s tages, a free circulation of n e w s p a p e r s, (esp e c ially their own) a free and easy carriage arid a general division of property every Satruday night. Their paper w ill be a rich treat and w e hop e to see it am ong our e x c h a n g e s . T h e cu t o v e r th e ir reporter’s colum n is capital. S t a t i s t i c s o f t h e M e t h o d i s t E p i s c o p a l C h u e c h . W e take from the Christian A d v o c a te and Journal the follow in g statistics o f this Church aa gathered from t h e reports of the aDnual -conference. T lie w h o le number o f m e m b e r s in th e Atbirty (N o r thern) conferences is 661,315, show ing an in­ crease o f 23,249 over tlia number reported in 1848. O f this total; 686,749 are in fu ll m em b ership, and 74,308 probationers. T h e num b er of colored m e m ­ bers is 28,589, and o f In d ian s 953. There are 3,- 948 trav e llin g preachers, o f w h o m 130 are super­ num e r a r ie s, and 361 superannuated. There h a v e been 321 preachers r e c e iv e d on trial during the y e a r ; 100 h a v e located , 37 d ied , 5 have been ex ­ p e lled , and 11 have w ithd r a w n . T h e num b er of m e m b e r s in tbe Liberia conference is 1063, w h ich is 117 m o re than in the previous y e a r . A l l f o e L o v e — Mr. A lfred H a i g , o f P h ila d e l­ phia, a s t u d e n t o f M edicine, and an ed u c a ted and in telligen t m a n o f 22 years o f a g e ; w a s found in his room s suspended by a cord procu red for th e pur­ pose, and dead, on T u e sday last. H e had m e t w ith som e rebuff in tbe current o f hi9 i iffections w h ich w a s douctless the cause o f h is del-erm ined action against him self. T h e S c h o o l L a w .■—Q u eens Co un ty co s t 2652 ro t e s for t h e n e w school la w , an d 3 9 6 again s t it. C o rrespondence o f the Jo u r , o f Com. W a s h i n g t o n , Nov. 20th. A singular case is before the A ttornay General for his opinion. In the y e a r 1831. Lieut. Randolph o f the U n ited S ta t e s navy, w a s dism issed from the service by order o f G eneral JacksoD, as a d e ­ faulter. L ieut. R a n d o lph had a c ted as Purser, a t som e naval station, in consequence o f the death o f Purser Tim b erlake. I t wa9 a lleged b y Mr. Tim b erlake’e friends, that Mr. Randolph had done him som e injustice, and it w a s on that account that Mr. R. w a s dismissed.— Indeed, G en. Jackson g a v e that as a reason for h is order. S u b sequently Mr. Randolph w a s sued, by order of the 4 t h Auditor, Mr. K endall, and tbe c a s e w a s decided by the C ircuit Court of the U n ited States, at R ichm o n d , C h ief Justice Marshall presi­ ding in M r. R a n d o lph’s favor, on the ground, i f m y m em o r y serves m e, that hi3 accounts had been settled , and the credits claim ed by him allow e d b y the auditor w h o preceded Mr. K en dalL A short tim e afterw a r d s, Mr. Randolph m ade a personal assault upon G eneral Jackson, in the c a ­ bin o f a steam b o a t, a t the w h a rf in Alexandria, a n d in the presence o f hundreds of persons, pulled th e P resident’s nose. A f t e r a lapse o f nearly tw e n ty years, Mr. R a n d o lph has com e to this city, and d e ­ m anded, as a n act o f ju s tice, from President Taylor restoration to tbe service, H e has produced letters from H e n r y Clay and other em inent m e n ,strongly urging his claim s upon the e x e c u t iv e . T h e President and the Secretary of the navy, after exam ining the case, have asked the opinion o f the A ttorn e y General, b y which th e y w ill be guided. A trial before the circuit court o f this district h a s just been concluded, w h ich excited som e interest in this com m u n ity. D r . K err, o f t h is c it y , lived w ith a colored wom an, w h o m h e had m anum itted, and b y whom he had several children. A t his death— which w a s h a stened b y b is intem p erance, he b e ­ queathed a considerable real and personal e s tate to this woman. The heirs a t law brought an action to defeat the w ill. The court refused to instruct the jury upon any point w h a tever. T h e jury finally stated that they could not agree, and they w e r e this morning discharged. E igh t w e r e for sustaining the w ill a n d four against it. Senator Benton is in this city, and looks v e r y w e ll. Mr. Brooks, m em b er e lect, from N e w Y o r k , Mr. Inge and Mr. C lingm a n are here. E v e r s * P a n o r a m a .— 1 The likeness o f our C ity o f Brooklyn, is m o st faithfully portrayed in this really wonderful picture. W e suppose it has beeen painted from daguerrotype representations. \W a lter J o t ’s B a n k o f B u f e a lo .— This Bank, has failed on its drafts and deposits, but the notes, thanks to the general banking system o f our S tate, are w e ll provided for, and w ill prom p tly be redee­ m e d . W e are still taking it a t t h e sam e rate a s other country m o n e y — 3-4 per cen t discount.— Thom p son's B a n k N o t e R eporter. The Canal Commissioners have deferred the clo­ sing of the Canals until the Oth of December. S T A T E T H E N j r I n r i k . a t z o n ‘T O - J u d g x o r t h k C o u r t o r A f p x a l i , JffSTXCC OF TUB SUPREME COURT, SECRETARY OF S t a t e , C o m p t r o l l e r , A t t o b n e y G e n e r a l , T r e a s u ­ r e r , C a n a l C o m m i s s i o n e r , S t a t e E m g x x k e r a n d S u r v e y o r , I n s p e c t o r o r S t a t e P r i s o n s , S e n a t o r , C o u n t y C l e r k , S h e r i f f , C o r o n e r s , S u p e r x n t e n d a n t o f t b e P o o r , a n d f o r S e s s i o n s . ' T h e B o a rd o f C o u n ty C a n v a s s e rs o f t h o C o u n ty o f K in g s h a v in g m e t a t t h e office o f t h e C lerk o f s a id c o u n t y o n ,th e 13th, 14th e n d 15th, days o f N o v e m b e r ,. 1841), t o ca n v a s s an d estim a t e t h e v o tes g iv e n i n th e s e v e r a l e l e c ti o n d istric ts o f s a id C o u n ty a t t h e gen e ral e lection h e l d o n tho s i x t h day o f N o v e m b e r , i n th o year aforesaid, d o ce r tify os follow s , to w i t : T h a t it a p p e a r s o n su o h estim a te a n d co n v a js t h a t th e w h o le n u m b e r o f v o tes g iv e n f o r Ju d g e o f t h e C o u r t o f A p ­ peals w a s te n th o u s a n d five h u n d r e d an d n in e ty . O f w h ich J o s h u a A S p e n c e r receiv e d fifty s e v e n h u n d r e d a n d se­ ven ty n in e ; F r e e b o r n G J e w e tt received fo r ty Beven h u n ­ d r e d an d n in e ty e i g h t ; R o b e r t T o w n s e n d , o n e ; F G Je w ­ ett, n i n e ; G e o rge H a ll, o n e ; an d R o b e r t T o w n s e n d , J r . , tw o . T h a t th e w h o le n u m b e r o f v o tes giv e n for J u s t i c e o f th o S u p r e m e C o u r t, w a s t e n th o u s a n d s ix h u n d r e d a n d f i v e . O f w h ich W i lliam C H a s b r o u c k rece iv e d fifty eig h t h u n d r e d an d fo u r ; J o h n W B r o w n re c e iv e d forty sev e n h u n d r e d an d n l n e t y s e v e n ; S a m u e l J o n e s , th r e e ; an d J o s h u a A S p e n ­ cer, o n e . T h a t th o w h o le n u m b e r o f votes g iv e n fo r S e c r e t a r y of S tate w a s e l e v e n thou o s n d a n d ten. O f w h ich C h r isto p h e r M o rgan rece iv e d six th o u s a n d a n d sev e n ty th r e e ; H e n r y S R a n d a ll r e c e iv e d forty nino h u n d r e d an d tw e n ty e i g h t ; W a s h in g ton H u n t ,o n o ; C h a r l e s H a r tsh o r n s , 1) D B a r n a r d , o n o ; G M C lark , one ; J o h n A L o t t, th r e e ; and G e o r g e W C lark , too. T h a t t h e w h o le n u m b e r o f votes giv e n fo r C o m p tr o l­ ler w a s te n th o u s a n d eig h t h u n d r e d an d sev e n teen . O f w h ich W a s h i n g to n H u n t receiv e d s ix tho u s a n d an d fiv e ; J o h n A L o t t r e c e iv e d fo r ty eight h u n d r e d and t b r e e ; G e o rge H a ll, o n e ; J o b n A C ross, one ; C h r is to p h e r M o rgan, o n e ; F r a n ­ cis B S try k e r , o n e ; W i lliam J Y o u n g , th r e e ; F S try k e r , o n e ; a n d W a s h H u n t, oue. T h a t t h e w h o le n u m b e r o f v o te s g iv e n for A tto r n e y G e n e ­ ral w a s elev e n th o u s a n d an d f o u rteen. O f w h ich S a m u e l S te v e n s r e c e iv e d s ix th o u s a n d a u d eig h ty fiv e ; L e v i S C h a tfield r e c e iv e d fo r ty nine h u n d r e d a n d tw e n ty f o u r ; G e o r g e S C o n o v e r, o n e ; L u c a s V a n d e n r e e r , o n e ; and L W a r d S m ith , t h r e e . T h a t t h e w h o le n u m b e r o f votes g iv e n for T r e a s u r e r was te n th o u s a n d n in e h u n d r e d an d eig h ty eig h t. O f w h ich A lvnh H u n t r e c e iv e d six th o u s a n d an d fifty s i x ; B e n j a ­ m in W e lch , J r . , rece iv e d forty nino h u n d r e d a n d tw e n t y s i x ; S S m ith , o n o ; B e n jam in W e l c h ,o n e ; J o h n A C o n k ­ lin, o n e ; J o h n A L o t t, one ; a n d Jo n a than C o n k lin, tw o . T h a t t h e w h o le n u m b e r o f v o tes giv e n for C a n a l C o m ­ m i s s io n e r w a s t e n th o u s a n d n in e h u n d r e d a n d eig h ty th r e e . Of w b ic h N e ls o n J B e a c h receiv e d s ix th o u s a n d a n d s i x t e e n ; F r e d ­ erick F o lle tt r e c e iv e d fo r ty n in e h u n d r e d an d th i r t y o n e ; D a v id A B o k e e , o n e ; G H u c k e tt, three ; o n d N e lso J B e a c h , H e z e k iah C S e y m o u r , th i r t y tw o . T h a t t h e w h o le n u m b e r o f v o tes giv e n f o r S ta t e E n g i n e e r and S u r v e y o r w a s te n th o u s a n d n in e h u n d r e d a n d Bixty tw o . O f w h ich H e z e k iah C S e y m o u r rece iv e d six th o u s a n d an d tw e n ty fiv e ; A lex a n d e r C a m p b e ll r e c e iv e d forty nino h u n d r e d and th ir ty t w o ; H E S e y m o u r , o n e ; M ichael M c k o raon, t h r e e ; and P h ilip S C rook, ono. T h a t t h e w h o le n u m b e r o f votes giv e n to r In s p e c t o r o f S tate P r iso n s , w a s elev e n th o u s a n d a n d te n . O f w h ich B e n jam in S q u ir e rece iv e d s ix th o u s a n d a n d six ty tw o ; D arius C la r k rece iv e d forty n in e h u n d r e d an d t h i r t y s i x ; W illiam F lintoff, o n e ; B e n jam in S q u ir e s , five ; F r a n c i s S t r i k e r , o n e ; Jaco b C a r p e n ter, o n e ; J o h n A C ross, o n e ; and G e o r g e w e s t , th r e e . T h a t th o w h o le n u m b e r o f v o tes giv e n for S e n a t o r w a s ten th o u s a n d n in e h u n d r e d an d s ix ty eig h t. O f w h ich J o h n A C ross r e c e iv e d fifty n in e h u n d r e d a n d th i r ty eig h t; Phillip S C r o o k e rece iv e d live th o u s a n d an d s i x t e e n ; P S C rooke, o n e ; F r e e m a n H u n t, o n e ; W i lliam C A tw a te r , one ; T h o m a s W a llace, o n e ; C rooked P h ilip , o n e ; P E C rook, o n e ; J E C ross, o n e ; J A Cross, tw o ; H C ross, o n e ; J B C ross, o n e ; S A M inor, o n e ; P C rooke, o n e ; a n d J o h n C rox, one. T h u t t h e w h o le n u m b e r o f v o tes given for C o u n ty C lerk wus e lev e n th o u s a n d an d tw e lv e . O f w h ich F r a n c is B S try k e r r e c e iv e d fifty seven h u n d r e d a n d fifty f o u r ; W illiam M a r s h a ll rece iv e d fifty tw o h u n d r e d and fo r t y ; F B S try k e r , five ; W M a rshall, t w o ; F S trik e r , o n o ; F rancis B S t r i k e r , tw o ; F r a n c i s B S trie k e r , t w o ; F B S tucky, o n e ; F r a n k S t r l c k o r , tw o ; F r a n c is S tr y k e r , o n e ; A M a rshall, o n e ; an d F r a c S tr y k e r , o n e . T h a t t h e w h o le n u m b e r o f v o te s given for S h e r if f w a s t e a th o u s a n d n i n e h u u d r e d an d f o r ty four. O f w h ich A n d r e w B H o d g e s rece iv e d fifty s e v e n h u n d r e d an d t w e n ­ ty t h r e e ; W illiam Jen k in s r e c e iv e d fifty one h u n d r e d and ninety t h r e e ; J e n k in s , tw o ; J o s e p h S w e e k e s , t h r e e ; L u k e C R y d e r , t h r e e ; G S C o n o v e r, o n e ; N B e n n e t , o n e ; L u k e R y d e r, s i x ; A B H o d g e B ,lw o ; Jo h n A C ross, o n e ; F B S tr y k e r , tw o ; W a lte r B a rry, o n e ; F r a n c is B S tr y k e r , tw o ; Bill J e n k in s , o n e ; T h o m a s J V a n Sant, o n e ; E lliso n , t h e dog k il le r , o n e ; W M J e n k i n s , o n e ; an d W i lia m J e n k s , one. T h a t t h e w h o le n u m b e r o f v o te s given for C o r o n e r s w a s th ir ty th r e e th o u s a n d a n d th i r te e n . O f w h ich R o b e r t A n d e r s o n received fifty nine h u n d r e d an d e l e v e n ; Jo h n V a n D y k e B e rrier, fifty eig h t hundred a n d t w e n t y - s i x ; E. S u y d a rn S tellingw e rf, six tho u s a n d an d th i r ty s e v e n ; Jo h n R . V a n R&nst, five th o u s a n d an d six ty - s ix ; J o h n I . D enyse, forty-nine h u n d r e d ond fifty ; C o rnelius V a n d e r* veer, forty n in e h u n d r e d a n d eighty f o u r ; T h o m a s S. B r o w n tw o h u n d r e d a n d s e v e n t e e n ; T h o m a s B row n , s e v e n ; D a n ­ iel E i n b u r y , o n e ; S a m S m ith , o n e ; E n o c h S m i t h , t h r e e ; E . S u y d a m S tellingw o r th, o n e ; Jo b n V . D . B e r len. o n e ; W illiam B rady, o n e ; W a rin g J o h n s o n , o n e : J o h n iia s k e l l , tw o ; J o h n V a n R o n s t, t w o ; G ideon C A u s tin , o n e ; a n d C. V a n d e rveer, o n e . T h a t th e w h o le n u m b e r o f v o tes g iv e n for S u p e r in t e n d - an t o f t h e P o o r w a s te a th o u s a n d n in e h u n d r e d a n d fifty eig h t. O f w h ich S a m u e l E V a n d e r v e e r r e c e iv e d s ix th o u s a n d a n d tw e n ty e i g h t ; E n g l e b e r t L o t t receiv e d forty u m e h u n d r e d an d tw e n ty e i g h t ; W illiam M c D o n a ld ,o n e ; an d C h a r les K e ls e y J r ., one. T h a t th e w h o le n u m b e r o f voteB receiv e d for S e s s ions w as te u th o u s a n d n in e h u n d r e d an d eighty eight. O f w b ich Samr.wl G S try k e r r e c e iv e d six thousand and t h i r t y - e i g h t ; N icholas S tiiw e ll receiv e d forty nine h u n d r e d a n d fo r ty n i n e ; an d W illiam C o o k one. D a ted, N o v e m b e r 15th, 1849. s T U N I S G. B E R G E N , C h a ir m a n . J ohn M . H i c k s , C lerk o f K ings Co, S e c retary. Statem ent I n r e l a x i o n t o M e m b e r s o r A s s e m b l y . T h e B o a r d o f C o u n ty C a n v a s s e rs o f t h e C o u n ty o f K in g s , having m e t a t th e office o f th e C lerk of s a id C o u n ty o n t h e 13th, l4 t h , an d l o t h days o f N o v e m b e r, 1849, to can v a s s a n d estim a te tho v o tes given in th e several e lection d is t r i c t s in each o f th e A ssem b ly D istricts o f s a id C o u n ty, a t t b e general election h e l d o n th e s ix th d a y o f N o v e m b e r, in th e y e a r aforesaid, d o certify as follow s, t o w i t : T h u t it ap p e a r s o a su c h estim a te an d canv a s s t h a t th e w h o le n u m b e r o f v o tes given fo r M e m b e r o f A s s e m b ly in th e F ir s t A s s e m b ly D istrict o t s a id C o u n ty w a s th r e e t h o u ­ san d fo u r h u n d r e d an d tw e n ty six.—O f w h ich T h o m a s H . R e d d ing r e c e iv e d s ix teen h u n d r e d and ninety t w o ; Jo s e p h A Y a r d re c e iv e d sev e n teen h u n d r e d an d tw e n ty f o u r ; G eorge H a ll, o n e ; H a rris C o m stock, fiv o ; Jo s e p h A u s tin , tw o ; Jam e s S . K ing, o n e ; an d J o h n H B a k e r, one. T h a t th e w h o le n u m b e r o f votes g iv e n for M e m b e r o f A s s e m b ly i n th e S e c o n d A s s e m b ly D istrict o f s a id C o u n ty w a s th r e e th o u s a n d five h u n d r e d and tw e n ty e i g h t. O f w h ich E d w a r d s W . F isk e received eig h teen h u n d r e d an d fifty t h r e e ; F r e e m a n H u n t r e c e iv e d sixteen h u n d r e d an d sixty B e v e n ; J o h n H. B a k e r, t h r e e ; C h a rles H o o p e r , t w o ; J o h n A C ross, o n e ; G e o rge B Cooley, o n e ; a n a C h a rles H o p e r , one. T h a t th e w h o le n u m b e r o f votes given f o r M e m b e r s o f A s s e m b ly in th e T h i r d A s s e m b ly D istrict o f said C o u n ty w u s t h r e e th o u s a n d seven h u n d r e d and seventy five. O f w h ich J o h n H B a k e r received nineteen h u n d r e d a n d n in e ty s e v e n ; C h a r les H o o p e r ^received seventeen h u n d r e d a n d forty e i g h t ; F r e e m a n H u n t, n i n e t e e n ; E d w a r d s W F isk e , s e v e n ; J o s e p h A Y a r d , o n e ; G e o rge H a ll, o n e ; P h ilip S C rook, o n e ; a n d J a m e s R ic h a r d s o n R o u g h and R e a d y H a ll, one. D&ted, N o v e m b e r 15th, 1849. T U N I S G . B E R G E N , C h a ir m a n . J ohn M . H ic k s , C lerk o f K ings Co., S e c r e tary. Statem ent I n r e l a t i o n t o t h e N e w S c h o o l L a w . T h e B o a r d o f C o u n ty C a n v a s s e rs o f t h e C o u n ty o f K in g s hav in g m e t at t h e office o f th e C lerk o f s a id C o u u ty o n th e 13th, 1 4 th, a n d 15th days o f N o v e m b e r, 1849, t o can v a s s a n d estim a te th o v o tes given in th e several election d istricts o f said co u n ty a t a geueral e lection held on th e six th d a y o f N o v e m b e r, in tho y e a r aforesaid, do certify os follow s, t o w i t : ' T h a t i t a p p e a r s from su c h estim a te and canvass th a t th e w h o le n u m b e r o f v o tes g iv e n for und against th e N e w , S c h o o il L a w w a s eig h t th o u s a n d s e v e n h u n d r e d an d eig e t. O f w h ich e ig h t th o u s a n d five h u n d r e d an d forty n in e w e r e given for t h e N e w S c h o o l L a w , an d ono h u n d r e d an d fifty n in e g iv e n a g a in s t th e N e w S c h o o l Law . D a ted N o v e m b e r 15th, 1849. T U N IS G . B E R G E N , C h a ir m a n . J o h n M . K i c k s , C lerk o f K ings Co., Secretary. Certificate* O f t h e e l e c t i o n o f C o u n t y C l e r k , S h e r i f f , M e m b e r s o r A s s e m b l y , C o r o n e r s , S u p e r i n t e n d a n t o r t h e P o o r , a n d J u s t i c e s o p t h e P e a c e f o r S e s s i o n s . T h e B o a r d o f C o u n ty C a n v a ssers o f t h e C o u n ty o f K in g s h a v in g canvassed a n d estim a ted th e votes g ivon in t h e s e v e ­ ra l election d istricts o f said C o u n ty at a general e lection h e l d o n th e s i x t h day o f N o v e m b e r, J649, d o h e r e b y certify, d e term in e an d declare T h a t F r a n c i s B S tr y k e r , b y th e greatest n u m b e r o f v o tes, w a s duly elected C o u n ty C lerk o f s a id C o u n ty. T h a t A n d r e w B H o d g e s , by t h e greatest n u m b e r o f v o tes, w a s duly elected S h e riff o f s a id C o u n ty. T h a t J o s e p h A Y a rd, by th e greatest n u m b e r o f v o tes, w a s d u ly elected M e m b e r o f A s s e m b ly in and for th e F i r s t A s ­ sem b ly D istric t in s a id county. F h a t E d w a r d s W F iske, by t h e greatest n u m b e r o f v o te s , w a s duly e l e c te d M e m b e r o f A ssem b ly in a n d for t h e S e c o n d A s s e m b ly D istric t in s a id county. T h a t J o h n H B a k e r , b y th e greatest n u m b e r o f votes, w a s d u ly e lected M e m b e r o f A&seiubly in an d for Uie T h i r d A s ­ sem b ly D istric t in s a id county. T h a t R o b e r t A n d e rson, J o h n V a n D y k o B e rier, a n d E . S u y d a m S tellingw e r f , w e r e , by tb e greatest n u m b e r o f v o tea d u ly elected C o roners o f s a id c o u n ty. T h a t S a m u e l E V a n d e rveer, b y th e g r e a test n u m b e r o f v o tes, wqb d u ly elected S u p e r in ten d e n t o f t h e P o o r o f S a id county. T h a t S a m u e l G S try k e r an d N icholas Stillw e ll, b y th e g r e a test n u m b e r o f v o tes, w e r e d u ly elected Ju s tice s o f th o P e a c e f o r Sessions o f s a id co u n ty. D a te d , N o v e m b e r 15th, 1845. T U N I S G . B E R G E N , C h a ir m a n . J o h n M . I I i c k s , C lerk o f K in g s Co., S e c r e tary . M A RRIED, In* th i s c ity, on th e 22d in s ta n t, by th o R o v . D r. S p e n c e r, A s e l R u s s e l l to E l i z a J a k e M i l l e r . - T n N e w Y o r k , o n t h e 20th instant, b y t h e R e v . M r. W a r d , W i l l i a m . K . T a y l o r o f N o w Y o r k , to M iss H e l e n M . D o b b i n s , o f G r e e n P o int, L o n g Island. O n th e 13th in s ta n t, a t R c f u g e ,M d ., G e o r g e B i t s i r r t o C a t h a r i n e , eld e s t d a u g h ter o f t h e H o n . W illiam D . M e r­ ric k . - . i DIED, A t A lb a n y , 1 9 th in s ta n t, o f p leu r is y a n d congestion o f t h e lu n g s , M r. S x i e l d o n D . S m i t h o f I to x b u jy , Ct., 55 y e a rs o f a g e . T h o deceased w a s a b r o th e r o f t h e H o n . T r u m a n S m ith . A t P a n d ltcrip o , C eylon, S e p t. 3 d , M rs. M a r y R . A p t h o r p , w h o h a d been connected w ith tho m issio n 15 years. BROOKLYN KIRK INSURANCE COMPANY, O f f i c e s : 43 F u l t o n , u p p e r c o r n e r o f F r o n t s t r e e t a n d i n N e w Y o r k , C M e r c h a n t s * E x c h a n g e . T h i s C o m p a n y c o n tinu e to in s u r e ag a in s t loss n n d d a m a g e b y fire, u p o n as r e a s o n a b le te r m s os a n y o f th e local offices in th i s c ity o r N e w Y o r k . W I L L I A M E L L S W O R T H , P r e s id e n t. A l f r e d G . S t e v e n s , S e c r e tary. n ! 3 lm i S F I nstirance ! T E N N E S S E E IN S U R A N C E CO M P A N Y , $ 3 0 0 9 0 0 0 * O f f i c e — N o . 08 W a l l s t r e e t , N e w - Y o r k . T h i s o ld esta b lish e d C o m p a n y h a v i n g p r o c u r e d th e i r “ c e rtificate o f au th o r ity ” fro m th e S ta t e C o m p troller, i n acco r d a n c e w ith th e A c t p a s s e d A p r il 1 0 ,1849, in s u r e a g a in s t lo s s an d dnm n g o by flre, o n m e r c h a n d ise, househ o ld f u r n i­ tu r e , dy, y d i:ig i,b to r e s ,an d b u ild in g s g e n e rally,at th o l o w e s t ra t e s o f prem ium . G e o . W . M a r t i n , S e c ’y . J o h n M . H i l l , P r e s s 4 3m W M . JA S . B O G G S , A g e n t. NORTHAXL & HOLMES, D E N T A L S U R G E O N S , N o, 261 W a s h in g t o n street, B r o o k l y n . 06 R a n k o f Salisbury’— T h e notes o f t h e b a n k o f S a lisb u r y , M a ryland, r e d e e m e d by E . H o u g h t o n , N o . 69 W i llia m stree t, N e w Y o r k , a t 1 p e r c e n t d iscount: n3 lm 5 ^ \ A C a r d . —S . S K I N N E R , D e n tist, h a s retu r n e d fro m t h e couutry , and w ill b e in atten d a n c e a t h is residence, c o m e r o f M o n tague Place an d H e n r y s tr e e t, a t a l l h o u r s . B r o o k ly n , S e p t. 17th, 1849. s l 7 tf m r~ Doctor A y r e s h a s r e m o v e d to M o n tague P lace o n c d d o o r from C o u r t s tr e e t, n e a r C ity I l a l l . au 3 1 2 m eod 8 5 ^ B r o o k l y n F e m a l e A c a d e m y . — T h e n e x t q u a r t e r o f tb i s I n s titu tio n w ill c o m m e n c e o n W e d n e s ­ d a y , th e 21st instant. A p p lications f o r a d m issio n s o f p u p ils, m a y b e m u d e to M essrs. S e th L o w , D a v id Coope o r J o h n H . S m ith , o r t o th e P rincipal a t t h e A c a d e m y . n l 5 lw fcsT* F a i r —T h e L a d ies o f t h e M a riners F a m ily I n d u s ­ trial S o c iety intend holding- a F A I R fo r th e benefit o f S e a ­ m a n ’s fam ilies, i n th e M a riners ch u r c h , R o s e v e lt s tr e e t, N e w Y o r k , com m e n c ing cm t h e 19th N o v e m b e r, and contin u ing o n e w e e k . D o n a tions fo r th i s o b ject w ill b e gratefully r e ­ ce iv e d a t t h e residence o f M r. J . I . P e r ry , 175 Concord s tr e e t, o r a t th e Society’s r o o m s ,N o . 322 P e a r l s tr e e t, N . Y . o2 0 1 m ORDINANCE. T H E M a y o r nnd A lderm e n o f th o C ity or B roo k lyn , i n C o m m o n C o u u c il c o n v e n e d , d o o r d a in a s follow s s S e c l 1. T h a t th e ow n e r o r o w n e rs o r th e lo ts o f g r o u n d o n b o th s id e s o f H e n r y st. frani A tlau tic to D e g raw s ts .be a n d th e y are h e r e b y r e q u i r e d to cause th o sid e w a lk ly in g in f r o n t o f a n d adjoining s a id lot to th e full w id th , to b e /lagged w ith g o o d an d p r o p e r flagging s tone, o f n o t less t h a n tw o in c h e s th i c k n o r less th a n tw o feet in w idth a n d th ree f e e t in le n g th , and i n s u c h m a n n e r os to conform to th e O rdinances o f th o C o m m o n C o u n c il relating th e r e to , a n d th e directio n s o f t h e C ity I n s p e c to r, w ith in thirty days after n o tice o f tb e p a s s a g e o f th i s O rdinan c e , u n d e r a p e n a lty o f fifty dollars. • 7 g N o tice o f th is O rdinance s h a ll b e s e r v e d u p o n s a id o w n e r o r o w n e rs, i f residing in th e city o f B rooklyn, and*tho p la c e o f su c h residence can u p o n reaso n a b le in q u i r y b e ascertain e d , b y delivering a copy th e r e o f personally t o s a id o w n e r o r o w n e rs, o r by leaving tb e s a m e a t s u c h place o f r e ­ sid e n c e w ith so m e person o f su itab le age a n d d iscre tio n ; a n d in case s u c h ow n e r o r o w n e rs d o n o t r e s id e in s a id city, o r i f u p o n reasonable inquiry th e n a m e o r p lace o f r e s id e n c e o f s u c h ow n e r o r o w n e rs c a n n o t b o a s c e rtained , o r h e o r t h e y s h a ll b e absent from said city s o a s n o t to a d m it o f t h e s e rv ice h e r e i n abov e p r o v id e d , then by p u b lish in g th e s a m e d a ily in tb e C o rporation new s p a p e rs for th e s p a c e o f five d a y s ; an d th e C ity I n s p e c t o r is hereby d ir e c ted t o cau s e s u c h n o tice t o be g iv e n . § 3. In case t h e s a id o w n e r o r o w n e rs s h a ll n e g lect o r reftise to c o m p ly w ith th e 1st section o f th i s o r d in a n c e ,w ith in th e tim e th e r e in lim ited , th e said City in s p e c to r is h e r e b y d ire c te d to re p o r t Uie f a c t to tb e said M a y o r a n d .C o m m o n C o u n c il) to th e en d t h a t th e y m a y cause t h e s a id w o r k to b e d o n e , a n d th a t th e costs, c h a rges a n d e x p e n s e s th e r e o f m a y b e m a d e a lie n u p o n th e said prem ises, an d m a y b e collected i n t h e sam e m a n n e r a s i s provided b y law f o r t h e collection o f aa- vsssm e n ts for local im p rovem e n ts in said city . A d o p ted S e p te m b e r 3,1849. JA M E S C. W A T T S , C ity C le r k . [A C o p y .] nS2 5 t _________________ J o e l S m i t h , C it y In s p e c t o r. A C a r d —T h e u n d e r s ig n e d h a v in g h ir e d fo r th e B o ll S e a s o n th e low e r p a r t o f G O T H IC IIA L L , ( m a k in g th e B all R o o m a t a m o r e r e a s o n a b le p r ic e t h a n f o rm e rly) w ill b e p r e p a r e d t o f u r n ish S U P P E R S an d o th e r r e fr e s h m e n ts in a s ty le n o t su r p a s s e d , i f eq u a lled , by a n y o t h e r e s tablishm e n t sin th e city . A t th e first o p e n ing th is season, th e y pledge th e m s e lv e s t o please, i f possible, a ll t h e lovers, o f t h a t plea­ s a n t a n d w h o lesom e e x e rcise—dancing. A . V A N O R D E N , o 5 tf J . R . LU D IN G T O N . DR. DEWITT C. KILLINGER’S IN F A L L IB L E L1N IA M E N T , O r M e d icated E m b r o c a tion , c o n tin u e s to astonish a ll w h o use I t, for s tr e n g th e n in g , filling u p , a n d beautifying t h e h a i r ; it is eq u a lly efficacious i n ali n e r v o u s d iseases. I n to o t h a n d n e r v o u s h e a d a c h e it acts lik e a charm ; every p a t i e n t is d e ­ lig h ted w i t h its o d o r an d v ^ r y ag r e e a b le a c tio n . I t w ill n o t m i s s once i n a th o u s a n d t r i a l s ; i t is as c e r t a in to cu r e as th e ap p licatio n is m a d e . P u t u p i n larg e botU es, an d s o ld only a t 12% an d 50 c e n ts e a c h ; $1 an d a t $ 4 p e r dozen. N o t a solitary co m p lain t h a s ev e r been m a d e i n th e s a le o f 900,000 b o ttles a n d o v e r in a few years. T h e p r in c ip a l depots are 5130 P e a r l s t., a n d 464 B roadw a y , one do o r a b o v e G r a u d stree t, an d th e drug g ists a n d grocers th r o u g h o u t th e city a n d co u n tr y . I t erad icates r h e u m a tic a n d all o th e r p a in s , h e a ls old f e v e r an d m e r c u r ial s o res, an d a ll m a n n e r o f s c rofulous an d glan­ d u l a r a ffections, to g e th e r w ith sk in diseases, it e x tr a c ts fire an d frost instantly, a lso th e p o ison fro m th e bites o f insects an d r e p tile s o f ev e ry descrip tio n ; cu ts, bruises, a n d h a r d sw e llings. A ll C a p tain s o f steam e r s , an d m a s ters o f vessels, i f th e r e a r e an y w h o h a v e n o t g iv e n it a trial, il th e y w ill s e n d u s ih e ir ad d r e s s , w e w ill g ive th e m a tria l f r e e o f e x p e n se. A s a n in tern a l r e m e d y i n a ll s p a s m o d ic c o m p laints, c r a m p s , biliouf cholic, c h o lera, d iarrhea a , dysentery, p iles, f itc.,it h aa n e v e r failed. A s-a diarrh e a tic, it can n o t b e s u r p a s s e d ; in difficulties o f th e kidn e y s , an d w e a k n e s s e s of a ll k in d s , in m a le o r fem a le, are im m e d iately r e lieved, ond a perm a n e n t c u r e effected in a few d a y s ., its ac tio n i n coughs, colds, asth m a , fitc., is to break u p th e m a tte r a n d fountain-head and p r o d u c e a n e n tire c u re, a n d n o t s im m e r o v e r for a few days, us t h e vario u s n o s tr u m s generally do. W e sat beBide M r. Ja m e s G o rdon B e n n e tt o n a c e r t a in occasion, an d h e a rd h im cough alm o s t incessantly. A f ter s o m e c o n v e rsation in relatio n to t h e m a tter, w e suggested a tria l o f o u r rem e d y , w h ich, in a very sh o r t iim e p r o d u c e d a n agreeable change, an d i n a few w e e k s b e considered h im s e lf entirely w e ll, for w h ich M r. B . h a s o n s e v e r a l occasions allu d e d to t h e f a c t in his d a i ly j o u r n a l i n t h e s tr o n g e s t possible term s . N . B .—T h e druggists an d m e r c h a n ts generally w h o sell th is g r e a t r e m e d y s a y t b a t they s e ll h u n d r e d s of th i s to one of a n y o t h e r in m a r k e t, a s ev e ry bo ttle g iv e s en tire s a tisfac­ tion i n all c ircles o f s o c iety. o9 3m B NEW AND SEASONABLE DRY GOODS, N o . 164 F u l t o n s t r e e t , (b e tw e e n C ranberry a n d O range.) E . L E W I S takes th is m e th o d o f calling th e atten tio n ol the r e s id e n ts o f B rooklyn a n d vicinity to his L A R G E STO C K o f n e w , fall a n d w in ter D R Y G O O D S , em b r a c ing a great variety o f t h e m o s td e s lr a b le styles an d colors. D r e s s G o o d s o f w o o l, s ilk an d co t to n ; V e lv e ts o f s ilk an d c o t t o n ; M illinery articles; S h a w ls—p lain , p laid an d b r o c h e ; C loths—cassim e res. s a tinetia a n d v e s ti n g s ; F lan n e ls—b lankets, c o m fortables, fitc; H o u s e - k e e p ing a r t ic l e s ; H o s iery,gloves, trim m in g s ; D o m e s tics, bleach’d, brow n a n d c o l o r e d ; T h i s s to c k e m b r a c e s all t h e variety usually t o b e fo u n d in a R E T A I L D R Y G O O D S S T O R E : it h a s been s e lected w ith u n u s u a l ca r e w ith r e g a r d to style, colors a n d q u a l ity ; ev e ry article is w a r r a n te d as r e p r e s e n ted —th e G o o d s a r e a ll m a r k e d a t t h e l o w e s t c a s h i* k i c e , and no d e v i a ti o n from th e O N E P R I C E , believing a discerning p u b li c w ill give th e ir p a tr o n a g e w h e r e e v e ry article is o ffered a t tb e low e s t price, a n d n o effo r t m a d e to e x to r t from the in e x p e r ien c e d , all a d m it th e correctness o f tbe r u l e ; w e b e liev e a l l w ill find it t h e i r in t e r e s t t o p u t th e prin c ip le in p r a c tice. T h e p u b lic are r e s p e c tf u lly in v ited to c a ll im d ex­ a m in e for th e m s e lves. E . L E W I S . B roo k lyn, O c to b e r 2 4 th, 1849. o24 4\y m,wfics J. MARSH’S Fashionable Hair-Cutting Saloon. ( L a t e C a r n e s ’,) 61 F u l t o n s t r e e t , B rooklyn. T h e P r o p r ieto r respectfully in f o r m s h is friends an d th e p u b lic t h a t h e h a s token th e s tore la te in th e occupancy oi M r. P . C a rnes, a n d h a s a t tain e d th e s e rvices o f th e assistants w h o w e r e em p loyed by his predecessor. T o say a n y th in g o j th e ir ca p a b ilities in tb e ir a r t w o u ld b e en tirely s u p e rfluous, as th e i r com p e tency is sufficiently kn o w n to th e f r e q u e n ters o f t h e S a loon. J . M . professes to c u t G e n tlem e n ’s h a i r aud trim th e i r w h isk e r s in th e n e w e s t a n d m o s t fashionable p r e ­ vailin g s tyle. I t w ill b e his stu d y to m a in ta in th e ch a racter for c o m fort, c leanliness a n d convenience, s o successfully c a r­ ried o u t by M r. C a rnes, a n d having been f o r a long tim e w ith M r. h e feels c a p a b le o f an d in t e n d s to give, u s for a s in h is p o w e r lies, s a tisfaction t o those w h o m a y thin k fit to p a ­ tro n ise h im . H e h a s co n s tantly o n b a n d a varied stock ol choice P e r f u m e ry a n d F a n c y G o o d s, i n w h ich are e m b raced L u b i n ’s E x t r a c t, H a ir O ils, in all th e ir endless varieties, th e celeb r a ted R u s s ian K e z a u s o a p ; to o th , n a il, a n d h a i r b r u s h e s ol F r e n c h , E n g lish, a n d A m e rican m a n u f a c tu r e ; R o g e rs’und o th e r r a z o r s ; genuin e cologne an d b a y w a te r . A lso a new article for th e H a ir w h ich effectually d e s tr o y s d a n d ruff, scurf, ic. c., a n d acts as a p o w e rful invig o r a tor to t h e ro o ts o f th e H a ir, w a r r a n te d to b e entirely free from any deleterious m a tte r a n d possessing only a need fu l a n d s tim u lating p r o ­ p e r t y . H e p a r ticu larly reco m m e n d s th e in v igo r a tor us an in d isp e n s a b le article for th e to ilet o f th e L a d ies. Hb u s e for L a d ie s a n d C h ildren’s H a ir is invaluable, g iving i t a b c a u t i f u l gloss, d ispo s ing i t to curl, a n d k e e p in g it radically clean.— He tru s ts, by un r e m ittin g a tten tio n , to m e e t t h e favors o f th e p u b lic. T i n s S a l o o n i s c l o s e d o n S u n d a y s . o 9 tf Office of the Brooklyn Gas Light Co., N o . 98 F u lto n s tr e e t, u p siairs, A u g u s t 8 th , 1849. T h e C o m p a n y a r e no w r e a d y t o lay s e rvice pipe a n d attach m e ters. T h o s e intend in g to becom e c o n s u m e rs o f G as are req u e s t e d to ca ll a t th e office a n d m a k e th e necessary app li. catio n . [au8 t f ] R . N IC H O L S , P r e s ident. \H* O S X * * - O n tho m o r n in g o f t h e 2 i s t in s t., in C linton st. H A b e t w e e n S tate and R e m s o n st., a Cam eo B R E A S T ­ P I N , se t w ith P e a r ls . T h e finder w ili be s u itab ly rew a r d e d by le a v in g i t w ith JO H N D. C H A S E , Jew e ller, F u lto n St., B r o o k ly n . n22 It* ORDINANCE. T H E M a y o r a n d A lderm e n o f t h e city o f B rooklyn, Ln C o m m o n C o u n c il convened, d o ord a in a s fo llo w s : S e c . 1 T h a t th o ow n e r or ow n e rs o f th e v a c a n t lo t s o f g r o u n d o n b o th sid e s o f C o u rt s tr e e t fn m B a ltic to H a r r is o n stre e ts, and also on tb e b lo c k b o u n d e d b y C o u rt, H a r rison, an d D e g raw stree ts and T o m p k ins- Pioce, a n d th e y are h e r e b y req u ir e d to cause Lhe sam e to b e en c lo s e d w ith a g o u d , su b s tan tial, closc-boord fence, n o t less th a n six feet h ig h , w ith i n th i r ty days a fter notice o f th e passag e o f t b i s o r­ d in a n c e , u n d e r tho penally o f filly d o llars fur overy w e e k d u r iu g w h ich t h i s O rdinance s h a ll n o t b e co m p lied w ith . § 2. N o tice o f tb is O rdinance sh a ll b e serv e d u p o n s a id o w n e r o r o w n e r a ,if residing i n t b e c ity o f B rooklyn, a u d t h e place o f s u c h r e s id e n c e can u p o n reason a b le in q u ir y b o as­ certain e d , b y d e liverin g a copy th e r e o f perso n a lly to said o w n e r o r ow n e rs, o r by leaving t h e s a m e a t s u c h place o f r e ­ sidence w ith s o m e person o f s u itab le a g o a n d d iscre tio n ; a n d in case s u c h o w n e r o r ow n e rs d o n o t r e s ide in s a id city, o r i f u p o n reaso n a b le in q u ir y th e n a m e o r place o f r e s id e n c e o f such o w n e r o r o w n e rs c a n n o t be ascertained , o r bo o r th e y shall b e absen t from said city s o as n o t to a d m i t o f t h e ser­ vice h e r e i n ab o v e provided, th e n by p u b lish in g th e s o m e daily in th e C o rporation n e w s p a p e r s for th e space o f five d a y s ; ond th e City- I n s p e c tor i s h e r e b y d ir e c ted to ca u s e su c h n o tice to b e given. § 3. in case tlio said ow n e r o r ow n e rs s h a ll n e g lect o r r e ­ fuse to com p ly w ith th e first s e c tion o f th i s O rdinance, w ith ­ in t h e tim e th e r e in lim ited, t h e s a id C ity I n s p e c to r Is h e r e b y d ir e c ted to r e p o r t th e tact to th e said M a y o r a n d C o m m o n C o u n c il, to the e n d th a t they m a y cau s e t h e Baid w o rk t o be don e , an d thnt t h e costs, charges an d ex p e n s e s th e r e o f m a y be m a d e a lien u p o n tho said prem ises, a n d m a y b e collected in th e sam e m a n n e r as is pro v id e d by law f o r th o collection o f assessm e n ts for local im p r o v e m e n ts i n s a id c ity. A d o p ted S e p t. 3,1849. JA M E S C. W A T T S , C ity C lerk. A p p r o v e d S e p t. 4,1849. E D W A R D C O P L A N D , M a y o r. [A C o p y . ] n22 5t ____________________ J o e l S m i t h , C ity I n s p e c to r. T A T E O F N E W Y O R K — C o u n t y o f K i n g s , s s . — I S T h e un d e r s ig n e d . S h e riff o f th e s a id C o u n ty, In c o n for­ m ity t o a p r e c e p t to h im in th i s b e h a lf d ir e c ted an d d e liv e r ­ ed, by th i s h is p roclam a tion req u ir e s all p e r s o n s b o u n d to a p p e a r a t a C o u r t o f O y e r a n d T e r m in e r a u d J a i l d e livery , to b e h o ld e n a t th e C o u rt H o u s e , C ity H a ll, in th e city o f B r o o k lyn, in a n d for s a id c o u n ty on th e 4th d a y o f D e c e m ­ b e r n e x t , a t 10 o 'c lock in th e foreuoon, b y r e c o g n izance o r o th e r w ise to a p p e a r th e r e u t; and th e undersig n e d h e r e b y re q u i r e s all ju s ti c e s o f th e peace, coroners a n d o lh e r o fficers w h o h a v e ta k e n an y recognizance for tb e ap p e a r a n c e o f an y p e r s o n a t th e said c o u r t, or w h o h a v e ta k e n an y in q u isitio n or th e e x a m in a tio n o f any p r iso n e r o r w itn e s s , to r e t u r n s u c h recognizance, in q u isitio n and ex a m inatio n s to t h e s a id co u r t ut t h e o p e n in g tiiereo i, on th e first d a y o f its s iltin g . S ig n e d a t tho S h e r iff’s office, on th e 2 2 d d a y o f N o v e m b e r, A . D . 1849. D A N ’L V A N V O O R H IS, n22 eod td S h e riff. T O N - R E D A S H N U T C O A L v F a t th e Y a rd, c o m e r o f P e a r l a n d P ly m o u th stree ts. n 2 i 2 m G e o r g i a . — T h e follow ing is the r e s u lt o f tha ro cen t E lection for Governor, as officially reported ; G. W . Towns, ( D e m ) ............................ 46,514 E . Y . H i l l , (W h ig ) ................................. 43,322 M ajority for Towns ....................... 3,192 *HT O S T — O n S u n d a y evening, in going th r o u g h H icks, B A C la r k an d FuUon s tr e e ts, a n d M y rtle a v e n u e a n d B ridge stre e t, to M r. Sarles’ B a p tist C h u r c h , a n O v a l M o u r n i n g P i n , w i t h th e ow n e r ’s n a m e engrav e d thereon. T h e finder w ill b e su itab ly rew a r d e d by leaving th e s a m e at 102 H icks stree t. * n22 2t* **71 X T R A F A M I L Y F L O U R .— F r e s h grou n d from JS j J p u r e G e n k s s k k W h e a t , for sale, w h o lesale or retail, in b a r r e ls o r halves, at B R O O K L Y N C ITY M I L L S , (n e a r th e F u lto n F e rry)—each b a r r e l w a r r a n t e d . n522 lw * ‘W V T A N T J b H U —A situation by a respectable young w o - W ▼ m a n a s cook, a good w a s h e r and* iro n e r ; no objec­ tions to do cham b e r w o r k o r ta k e care o f child r e n . P lease en q u ir e a t 46 D e a n s t r e e t , in th e basem e n t. n21 2t* T WO COATS FOUND — C a m e t o th e prem ises of th e su b s c r ib e r , tw o G O A T S . T h e ow n e r can h a v e them b y p r o v in g p r o p e r ty nnd paying exp e n s e s . B E N J A M IN B E T T S , T illa r y street, n20 2 t* tw o doors from th e corn e r of A d a m s . F A N S —A v e r y beautiful asso r tm e n t o f F a n s c a n h e fo u n d a t J . D . CU A S E ’S , 203 F u lto n c o r n e r o f C o n c o rd stree t, m a n u f a c tu r e r of J e w e lr y , S ilv e r -w a re, fitc. n20 UTCHJEK’S MtOP F O R S A L E — A B u tcher’s sh o p a n d fixtures f o r sale, a t N o . 199 M y rtlo avenue near t h e c o r n e r of R a y m o n d s tr e e t, B rooklyn. A p p ly to P E T E R V A N V O O R H IS, n20 3 t M y rtle a v e n u e c o r n e r o f C a r lto n avenue. A l l k i n d o f o n a b l e term s . P R I N T I N G d o n e o n th e m o s t reaa- O L D A N D S I L V E R W A T C H E S —A fine a s s o r tm e n t 1 u * r o f W a tch e s c a n be found a t J . D . C H A S E ’S , in c lu d in g C o o p e r’s D u p lex , T o b ias, B e e sley’s, D a v id T a y lor’s, an d a r e offered a t r e m a rk a b ly low p r ices. ‘ 5103 F u lton co r n e r o f C o n c o rd s tr e e t, m a n u f a c tu r in g jew e ller, & c . W a tch e s an d C lock s r e p a ir e d . n2D R O U K L Y N IN S T I T U T E — W a s h i n g t o n s t r e e t T h e in tr o d u c to r y L e c tu r e for th e m e m b e r s o f th e insU tutc w ill bo deliv e r e d on T H U R S D A Y o v e n i n g ,2 2 u d instant, a t 7% o ’clock, by P rofessor P o r t e r , J r . , o f Y a le C o llege. S u b j e c t : th e H istory o f L i b e r ty i n E n g l a n d . T ick e ts can be o b tained a t th e I n s titu te an y ev e n in g d u r ­ ing th e w e e k . R O B E R T N IC H O L S , 1 A . W . B E N S O N , - \ L e c tu r e J . H .FR O T H 1 N G H A M , f C o m . n ! 9 4t __________ J . L . D U N H A M , ) _____________ 0 O K E —F a m ilie s c a n b e s u p p lied w ith C o k e , b y ap p l i­ catio n a t th e station o f th e B rooklyn G a s L ig h t C o ., M a rshall s treet, n e a r th e J a c k s o n F e r r y , or a t t h e i r office, 93 C r a n b e rry s treet. [n l9 tf] J O S E P H K . BRICK .. I5 0 2 1 S 3 E F O U N D —C a m e i n th e s u b s c r i - b e r s prem ises a B A Y H O R S E ; t h e ow n e r con h a v e h im by proving p r o p e r ty an d pay in g ch a r ­ ges. I f n o t c laim e d w ith in tb r e e w e e k s w ill b e sold t o p a y expenses. N o v . 7 th , 1849. JO H N B U T L E R fic B R O T H E R , n7 tf 112 F u lto u stree t. S 7 1 3 7 A U & I I V G S T O N E - Y A B D , B rid g e stre e t , \ b e tw e e n P lym o u th and W a te r s tr e e t. T h e u n d e r s ig n e d w o u ld resp e c tf u lly inform th e citizen s o f B ro o k lyn th a t h e has c o n s tan tly o n h a n d e v e ry d e s c r ip tio n o f N O R T H R I V E R B L U E S T O N E , w h ich h e w ill s e ll a t th e low e s t p r ic e s . P E T E R L Y N A N . N . B— S ido w a lk s a n d yards flagged a t th e s h o r te s t n o tice* au20 3m * ^ T O T J C E T O K U S U I W E R S —S e a led P r o p o s a ls to J J * b u il d a N u r s e r y B u ilding, a t K ings C o u n ty P o o r H o u s e , will b e rece iv e d a t th e office of M essrs. K in g & K e liu ro , co m e r o f O range an d FuUon s treets, w h e r e p lan s an d s p e c i­ fications m a y b e seen , u n til M O N D A Y , 26th in s ta n t, a t 12 o’clock, M . B r o o k ly n , N o v . 520th, 1849. SA M U E L S M I T H , ) W , S. D IL L IN G H A M , > C o m m ittee. n20 3 t D A N I E L M A J I E R , $ t e U X s T U f f f f IN P A R V O I—T h i s m o t to i s ag a in e x e m p lifled practically iu th e lay in g in , a n d s to w in g a w a y un til c a iled for, o f lo t s o f b e a u tifu l C o m b s , P e n c i ls a n a P e n s :m d s h o a ls o f F i n g e r R in g s , e tc. T h e cu r i o u s a r e in v i te d t o call a n d s e e . W M . W I S E , J r ., de27 W a tch m a k e r fic J e w e ll e r , 7 9 F u lto n . BIT O V E — B . H. B O O T H . B u ild e r , h a s r e m o v e d h is r e s iden c e an d b u s in e s s to 82 L a w r e n c e s tr e e t, b e j tw e e n M y rtle a v e n u e u n d J o h n s o n stre e ts, w h e r e h e w ill b e hu p p y t o atte n d t o all orders in h is lin e o f b u s in e s s . B rooklyn, A u g u s t 2 0 th. 1849. au 2 0 3 m F A I N T S — i o ton s p u r e 'V n lte L e a d , 1000 Jb P a r is -reen, 300 lb Chr.> n e G reen, 500 lb I m p e r ial G r e e n , 250 lb C h rom e Y e llow —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 by J . M U N D E L L , d l 5 a t h i s O ld S tan d , 116 F u lto n s t . in h S S S N F I S U T A J V 'B 'S . — L c D o y e n ’s F lu id — C h lo r ide H V L i m e —F E U C H T W A N G E R an ti-p u tr id m i x t u r e , fe e ., ior c lean s in g a n d pu r ify in g p rem ises, ficc., f o r s a le a t JA M B S W . S M I T H ’S , C o u r t s tr e e t, m y 2 9 \ c o m e r M o n tag u e P la c e . N E W BOOKS— H o l i d a y ’ s A b r o a d o r E u r o p e f r o m t i i e W e s t —by M r s .K irk l a n d . R u r a l L e tte r s a n d o th e r R e c o rds o f T h o u g h t a t L e isu r e — b y N . P . W illis. T h e I n c a r n a tio n o r P ictu r e s o f th o V irg in a n d h e r S o n —b y C h a rles B e e c h e r. ' T h e A m e rican C iuartcrly R e g ister an d M a g a z ine—N o - 1* V o l .2 . C o n d u c ted b y .lam es S tr y k e r . F o r s a l e b y A . M. W I L D E R , 51 F u lto n s tr e e t, -m y !8 a n d W I L D E R fic CO , 151 A tla n tic s tr e e t. C A B U V E T F U R N I T U R E W A R D R O O M S — H e c k e l fic R e y n o l d s in v ito tho citizen s o f B rooklyn to ca ll (w h e th e r they d e s ir e t o purchaso o r no t) an d ex a m in e th e ir stock of C A B IN E T F U R N I T U R E , e m b r a c in g all th e v a r i­ ous s ty les n o w in u s e , o f R o s e w o o d , M a h o g a n y , B la c k W a l­ nu t, & c ., m a d e in t h e m o s t s u b s tan tial m a n n e r , u p h o lstered w ith P u r e h a ir an d H a r d P o lished, w h ich they w ill s e ll o n tlic m o s t reason a b le term s . T h e y a r e a lso p r e p a r e d to m a k e F u r n itu r e to o r d e r , t o R e p a ir a n d Polish F u r n itu r e an d P ian o F o r tes, a n d e x e c u te a ll orders in th e U p h o ls tery lino. H E C K E L fic R E Y N O L D S , N o . 5229 F u lto n s tr e e t, u2 Cm* o n e door a b o v e Tillary street, B rooklyn. M T T T O H I I V G » S V E G E T A B L E D Y S P E P S I A B I T ­ T E R S —T h i s m e d icine w ill bo found efficacious n o t only i n cases o f D y s p e p s ia,lin t in all c o m p lain ts in ising f r o m d iso r d e r o f the s to m a c h a n d bow e ls . T h o s e w h o a r e tro u b led w ith bilio u s n e s s , y e llow n e s s o f s k in , w a n t o f a p p e tite, d e ­ b il ity , h e a d a c h e , n e rvo u s n e s s , low spirits, p a l p ita tio n o f t h e h e a r t , c o s tiveness, ficc., w ill d o w e ll to try it. F o r sale b y A . M. W I L D E R , 51 F u lto n s tr e e t, an d o22 tf W I L D E R fic C O ., 159 A tlan tic s tr c e t. « O U I > S P E C T A C L E S . —T h e sub? ^ a c r i b e r i s p r e p a red to s u p p ly a s u p e r i o r a r t i j ;le o f S p e c tacles, hig h ly finished, an d w a r r a n te d f o r p u r i t y in d d u r a b i lity , a t a red u c tio n f r o m la s t m o n th ’s prices. W M . W I S E , J R ., w a tc h m a k e r an d j e w e lle r , - j e3 0 _______________________ 79 F u lto u street. A UjXj R I G H T A G A IN —T h e su b s c r ib e r s h a v i n g lo t th e i r G a s - F i ttin g s h o p b y th e lato fire, w o u ld respeo- fUlly in f o r m th e ir f r ie n d s ond t h e p u b li c g e n e rally , lh a t th e y h a v e s e c u r e d a n e w sh o p ; and a r e n o w re a d y to ru n G a s P ip e in t o H o u ses, S to res, P u b lic B u ild in g s , fitc., i n tbo b e s t m a n n e r a n d low e s t rates. A ll o r d e r s le f t a t ih e s to r e , w ill m e e t w i t h a t t e n t i o n an d d ispatch . JN O . B U T L E R fic B R O T H E R , jy 2 6 t l I3 2 F v U o n 6 t r e e t ,o p p o s i t c S a n d s s t r o e t . • C jS A N N l N C J ’ S w o r k s c o m p le t e ; an d P E A B O D Y ’S L e c tu r e s on C h ristian D o c trine. A su p p ly o f th e s e w o r k s j u s t received , and for salo by A . M . W I L D E R , 51 F u l t o n s tr e e t, a n d • W I L D E R fic CO ., 1 51 A tla n tic s tr e o t. ...........................................§ 2 5 0 . 97% quo P r ice o f C h a n n ing’s w o rks, 6 v o l s . . . . J u P e a b o d y ’s “ 1 “

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