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b > v . g . P , T O W N S E N D S l-o s n » « > t> K U B 2 T I U C T O il' . S A H S A . P A R l S i I , A ^ T h e m o s t W o n d e r f u l .M e d i c i n e o f th e A g e , 1 , 5 0 0 , 0 0 0 B O T T L E S M A N U F A C T U R E D YKARLV. T I U » H f c d l d n e I s p u t n p 1 u Q ,iu u t X fottlca, a n d Ik a s cuT O tt m o r e t h a n 10 0 ,0 0 0 O a s e s o f C h r o n i c D i s e a .i o , w i t h i n t h e I n s t T e n Y e a r s . —N o n e l i G e n u i n e tin l c s s ‘s i g n e d b y S . P * T O V n f S K N O , BY R E A D IN G I H E F O IL O W I N G A F F ID A V IT— -tlie Public w ill learo ih® Origin, o r r a ther w h e re the recipe for m a k ing the »tuS' they call Old Dr. Jacob Tow tuend’a Sarsaparilla, cam e Irom—and w ill bo able to judge w h ich ia the genuine and original, and of the honesty of the men w h o arc em ployed i n s e lling i t as tho original Dr. Tow n s­ end’s sarsaparilla. Dr. S. P. Tow n send w a s the original proprietor and in r e n to r o f Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla, anil hia m e dicine has gained a reputation that no other rem e d y ever g ained. Ho m a n u factured o r e r o n e m illion o f bottles last year, and is m a n u facturing at present 6,003 bottles per day. W e use m o re Sarsaparilla and Y e llow Dock i n o u r e stablishm ent e a c h day, th e n a ll the other S a r tji.arilla M anufacturers in th e w o rld. Principal Office, S a N a ssau-street R E A D T H E A F F I D A V I T , . C ity a n d County o j New-York, m. W illiam A rm strong, of tbo aaid City, being d u ly sworn, doth depose end say th a t b e i s a practical D ruggist and C h e m ist T h a t some tim e in t b e la tte r part o f May, o r first o f J a n e , 1848, a m a n b y th e nam e o f J a c o b Tow n send, w b o s t tliat time was a b o o k and pam p h let peddler, c alled npon deponent at th e house o f M r. Thom p son, No. 42 Hudson s t r e e t w h e re deponent boarded, and requested deponent to w rite him a recipe b y w h ich to m o k e a Syrup o f Sar* sap a r illa Deponent fu r th e r s a y s , t h a t h e b ecam e a c q u a int­ ed w ith said T o w n s e n d a t t h e office of Theodore Foster, £*q.» Booh Publisher, w i t h w h o m s u d Townsend d e a l t T h a t said T o w n s e n d h a d h a d frequent conversations with deponent respecting th e m a n u facture o f a n article o f Sar­ saparilla to b e sold u n d e r th e nam e of Dr. Jacob Townsend. T h a t said Townsemd stated b e w a s a n old man, and poor, nnd w a s no t h t for hard labor—and w ished to make somo m o n e y , in o r d e r to live e a s y i n his old days, and that, if S a rsaparilla u n d e r t h e name o f Tow n send sold 90 w e l t and ro m u c h m o n e y w a s m ade b y i t h e c o u ld see no reason w h y h e m ight n o t m a k e s o m e thing ou t o f i t too, (his n am e b e ing T o w n send,) i f h e could g e t a c apable person to prepare u recipe, a n d m a n u facture i t f o r h im . D e p o n ent in one o f t h e conversations asked said Tow n send i f h e was related to Dr. S. F. Tow n send, to w h ich h e replied, th a t h e k n e w Dr. S. P. T o w n s e n d w o u ld be down on him after he should com­ m e n c e . B u t t h a t h e did not o a re for him, as h e had formed ................ 'a / ----- :.v *».». ___ tiqsal ffiotueg. fDepal “Notices. T f c T O T l C E Is hereby given th a t whereas, d efault h a s occurred in th e condition o f a mortgage b e aring date tne drat day of O c tober, 1846, a n d duly recorded in the office of the Clerk of the county o f Kinga, on the twelfth d a y of October* 1846, in Uber 111 o f mortgages, p a g e 378, e x ecuted by M artin Bym o f the c ity o f Brooklyn, county Of Kings a n d state o f N e w Y o rk, w h o was at that tim e o v e r the uge of twenty-one years, a n d delivered to Charles W . Lyndo of said city, fo r the p u rpose of s ecuring tho payment of four hun dred a n d fifty d o llars, i n s ix e q u a l annual payments, ancl the interest thereon a t Die rate o f seven p e r cent p e r a n n u m , payable annually, w h ich sum o f four h u n d red a n d fifty dol Iaraw a s part o f th e c o n sideration money for th e prem ises therein described; and w h e reas, i t was expressly a g reed by the sold M artin B y re, b y th e term s of said m o rtgage a n d o f the b o n d a ccom p anying tho some, thal should a n y d e fault b e m a d e in the paym e n t o f the said interest o r o f a n y p a rt thereof o n any d a y w h eroon the same was m o d e payable as above e x p ressed, an d s h o u ld the sam e rem a in unpaid a n d in a rrear for the space of thirty days, that a fter the lapse of th e s a id thirty d a y s, th e a foresaid principal s u m o f four h u u ­ dred a n d fifty d o llars w ith all arrearage of interest thereon, should a t the o p tion of th e said Charles \Sr. Lynde, becom e and be d u e and p a y able im m ediately thereafter; and where os there ia contained in th e Bald, mortgage a power to sell the m o rtgaged p rem ises upon default being mado in the condi­ tion o f s a id m o rtgage, by w h ich default tbe said power to sell has b e com e o p e rative, u n d w h e reas there is claimed to be due o n s a id m o rtgage, a t the tim e o f the lirst publication 01 I this notice, four h u n d red a n d forty five dollars aud nine c ents, I and no s u it or p roceeding has been instituted a t law to re­ cover. th e d e b t n o w rem a ining secure! by said m o rtgage or any p a r t thereof; therefore the said mortgage will be fore­ closed by a sole o f th e prem ises therein d escribed, a t the Franklin Houso, o n the c o rner of Fulton and W a ter streets in tho c ity o f Brooklyn , on tho fourth day of February n e x t, atflS o’clock a t n oon, w h ich p romises aro d escribed iu said m o rtgage substantially os follows; “all that certain loi, p iece or p a rcel o f land situate, lyingand b e ingin the S eventh wurd of the said city o f B rooklyn: beginning a t a point on tho easterly side o f Raym o n d street, distant eighty-one feet six inches southerly from tho southeast corner o f Raym o nd and Bedford streets; thence running southeasterly parallel w ith Bedford street fifty-five leet nine inches; thence northerly tw enty feet; theuce northw esterly parallel w ith Bedlord street fifty-five feet nine inchos lo Raymond stre e t ; and thenco southerly ulong the east sido of Raym ond street twouty foet to the place of b eginning, according to th e City Park m a p , filed in the Street Commitsaiouer’s office, in the city o f Brooklyn. T o g e ther w ith tho tenem ents, h e redita­ m e n ts a n d a p p u rtenances thereunto belonging. Datod November 7,1849. CH A R L E S VT. LY NDE, Mortgagee. C h a r l e s It. L v n p e , A tto rn e y , Brooklyn, N .Y . n7 Iaw ts C ^ T H P I M G U r E COURT—tn Equity—Henry V a il and * 3 others v s. J erem iah O’Donnell a n d wife a n d o thers. H a r v e y A . W e e d , Solicitor. In p u rsuance of a d e c retal o rder o f th is court m a d e in the above c ause, bearing d a te th e 30th d a y o f Septem b e r, 1848, C q ia l N o tices. <£ra»d. C J H E R I F F ’S SA L E —B y virtue o f tw o executions to I \ E , l 7 J t i T 0 2 Y A IV J» S O t T H F . E B B I S S . — H I m e directed a n d d e livered, I w ill exposo forsale at p u b - I J T From a n d after MONDAY ,24th instant, o b oat will b e *jrt ta Prinnn street, in th e ! r u n o n th e S o u th F e rry d u rin g th e n igbL tolenve a s follows; Brooklyn, 10 o’clock.. . . . . . . . . New York, 10% o’clock, “ 1 0 * “ 44 10% “ M \ hov e cause, udum g u a ^ »*.w----------_ . ^ a will s e ll a t tho Franklin Houso, N o , 15 F u lton s ireet, i n the city of Brooklyn, 011 the 15th day of October, 1849, a t 12 o’clock a t n o o n of thatday, the following londsdnd prem ises; All those s ix certain lois, pieces o r p a rcels o f land situate, lying and being iu the sixth word 01 the city of Brooklyn, and k n o w n a n d designated o n a certain m a p e n titled “ Map o f p roperly in tho Sixth w ard o f tho c ity o f Brooklyn, be­ longing to Kelsey, Blake, a n d others, late o f the h e irs o f Jolm Cornell, deceased,” and filed in the office o f the c lerk o f the county o f Kings, by the n u m b e r sixty-six ( 66 ), sixty-seven (67), sixty-eight (b 6 ) , eixty-nino (69), one hundred and twenty-two ( 122 ), one hundred a n d tw enty-three (123), and w h ich, token together, a roboundedand described as follows, tliat is to s a y : beginning a t a p o int on the southeasterly cor­ n e r o f Colum bia and Harrison (form erly Butler) streets; thence running in a southerly direction aLong the easterly side of Colum bia street one hundred and forty-eight feet eleven iu c h e s ; thenco easterly and parallel w ith Degraw street ninety-seven feet six inches; theuce n o rtherly and par­ allel w ith Columbia stroet o ne h u n d red a n d forty-three feet two inches to H arrison s treet a foresaid; nnd tlience w esterly , along the southerly side of Harrison s treet one hundred feet to tho place o f begiuniug, together w ith the half o f said : H arrison s treet fronting o n said lots, excepting that p iece or p arcel of laud mentioned iu aaid b ill o f com plaint a s released from suid mortgages, w h ich is bouuded ancl d escribed ns fol­ lows, to w it; commencing a t a point o n the southeasterly cornor o f Columbia and Harrison stre e t s ; thence runuing easterly a long H arrison street soventy-eight feet one and a h a lf in c h e s ; thence s o u therly parallel w ith Columbia street seventeen fect and six inches; thenco westerly in a direct line t o a point on Colum bia street distant twenty-two feet eleven inches from H arrison street; und thence n o rtherly along Columbia streot twenty-two feet a n d eleven inches to Harrison s ireet the p o int o r place o f b eginning. A n d also, a ll that certain lot fronting on H a rrison street and adjoining the rear of lot above described, b o u n d e d as follows, to w i t : beginning a t the s o u therly sido o f Harrison ...— * .liatoni Rp.ventv-eicht feet one oml a half m e o ire c iv u u u u u c i » v . v u , . „ __ _ ________ lie auction a t th e Frnnklin House, No. 15 fktiton street, in the cityof B rooklyn,on thu 15th d a y o f December,1849, a t lS o’clki at noon, o f t h a td a y . all the right, title and interest w hich William Collins h a d o n the 1st d a y o f M arch, 1849, o r a t a n y B o o k s . William C o llin s ... time afterw a rds, of, in aud to All that c ertain lot, p iece o r parcel o f g round, in tbo town of FlatUuids, a t Canorsie, bounded northerly by the road 80 feet; easterly b y land o f J o h n W ilson 3(16 fect d e e p : aouth- terly b y lund o f J o h n W ilson eighty-six feet; westerly three huudred a n d six fect b y the burying ground to th e roud, being about h a lf on acre m oro o r less. Together w ith all an d singular tb e tenem ents, h e redita­ ments and a p p u rtenances thereunto b elonging or in anywise ppertuining. D a le d B rooklyn,N o v . J , 1849. nl law ts D A N lb VAN VOORHIS, Sheriff. tn F f f f c E lW E C O U R T —John D e ltu y tc r against W il­ liam II. C. B rown a u d o thers. S . J o n e s M cm f o k d , A tty for Plff. 1 0 tj 11 11 Y* 12 12>« 1 3>* A 5 3% 11% 12*4 12 % 1 % 1 % 2 % 3% 3% 4% ton street, in tho city of Brooklyn, on the®-®. — - -- uary, 1850, at 12 o’clock a t noon of tlm t d ay, the following lands a n d prem ises: All th a t certain iot, p ie c e or parcel o f g round, situate on the westerly side o f Fourth street, in the v illage of W illiams­ burgh, county of Kings and state ofN ew Y o rk, and next adjoining a plot o f four lots o f ground lately sold to Thom as Jefferson Van Sant, a n d is know n on the village m a p on file in Trustees Hull, b y the num b e r eight h u n d red nnd sixty, aaid lot beiug tw enty-three feet eight inches w ide in front and rear b y one hundred and three feet s ix inches d eep on each side. Together w ith a ll and singular tho tenem ents, h e redita­ ments a n d a p p u rtenances thereunto belonging o r in anywise appertaining. Dated Brooklyn, Nov. 19th, 1849. D A N 'L VAN V O O R H IS, Sheriff. n 20 law ts 11 . 4 44 . ................... ^ 4 F ulton F erry .—Boats will bo run to tim e on tho F u lto n F e rry as follows—com m encing a t 10 o’clock in the evening, w ill leave each side e v e ry 15 m inutes u n til 1 o ’clock, A. M., rom which to 3 o’clock, every half h o u r. L J P l i E J T I * ; CO U R T —In Equity—A lexander I . Co- C 3 thoal v s. A lexander Birkbeck and others. E . C. D ele v an , Solicitor. Jn p u rsuance o f a decretal o rder o f this court, m a d e in tho above e n titled cause, beoriDg date the 19tU day of F ebruary', 1649,1 w ill sell a t th o F ranklin House, No. 15 F u lton s treet ' ** —,” —■ <v.« ^ nf niti-Amlwr. 1849, > Y o r d e r o f th e flon. M ichael Ulshoaffer, 1st J u d g e o f JC B N ew Y o rk Com m o n Pleas. N o tice is hereby g iven, ioilows, io m . . __ „ __ pursuant to t t o provisions o f the statute authorizing iittoch- s t r e e t a t a point dista n t seventy-eight fe e t one an ti a ha lf ments a g a insrabsconding, concealed and non-rcsidentdeht inches from Columbia s tr e e t; and running thence southeast- ora, th a t a n a ttachm e n t h a s is s u e d against the estate of T h o - ei-ly and parallel w ith Columbia street eighty fect and six mos S m ith, a resident o f B altim o re, iu the s tate o f Maryland, inches; ihence easterly and parallel w ith Iiarrisoa street and th a t t h e sam e w ill be sold for the p a y m e n t o f h is d e b ts, twenty-two feet; thence n ortherly i n n direct line to Harrison unless h e a p p e a r a n d d ischarge such a ttachm e n t accordingto street at u point distant twenty-ttvo ieet from the point or !aw ,w ithin9raonthsfrom the first p u b lication o f tfiisnotjce; place o f b eginning; und thence w e sterly along Harrison and th a t Uie p a y m e n t o f any d e b ts d uo to h im hy residents o f street twenty-two feet to th e place o r beginning. tiiis state, and the d e livery lo him or for h is UBe, o f any p rof Together w ith all and singular th e tenem ents, heredita- perly w ithin th is s tate belonging to h im and th e transferof ----------- ^es thereunto belonging o r in imy w ise an y s u c h p ropertybyhim areforbidden b y la w ,a n d a r e v o id . rooklyn, S e p t. 21st, 1849. Dated th e I 5 th d a y o f M ay, 1(140. s21 Sawts DAN’i , VAN VOORHIS, Sheriff. \evfor ' T,' T \ lo g e iu tu m m c*.. —— v - raents a n d appurtenances thereunto b elonging o r in anywit appertaining. Dated Brooklyn, S e p t. 21st, 1849. s2 l 2aw ls DAN ’L VA N VOORHIS , Sheriff. T k e a b o v e sale is p o stponed u u til tb e 5th day o f Novem­ ber, 1849, a t the same h o u r a n d place. Dated Brooklyn, Oct \ * ----- ’ DAN’L VAN VOORHIS, E I j Z X A . C O O K ’ S JOURNAL.—Ju s t p u b lished. N o . 1 o f th e Amerioon Edition b y E l iz a Cook’sJJo u r n a l. ED ITO R IA L ADDRESS, W h ile v e n turing this step in the u niversal m a rch o f peri­ odicals, le t it be understood that I am no t anxious to de­ clare m y self a m e n tal Joan o f Arc, b e aring a special m ission to save tho people in their n oble w a r, a g ainst ignorance wrong. I siroply p repare a p lain feast w h e re t h e viands Will be of m y ow n c hoosing a n a some of m y own dressing. I hope if w h a t I provide b e wholesome a n d refreshing, I s h all have a host o f friends a t my b o ard, whose kind words and cheerful e n couragem e n t will k eep m e in a proud a n d honor­ able p osition, a t th e h e a d o f the table- I have been too long known by those'w h o m I a d d ress to feel strange in a d d ressing th e m .. My e arliest rhym e s, w ritten w ith intuitive im p u lse before h ackneyed experience or p o ­ litic judgem ent could dictate tbeir tendency, w e re accepted and responded to b y those whose good word is a 44 tower • o f strength.” T h e first active b reath o f n a ture th a t swept o v e r j wild b u t earnest m elodies, w h ich notes. W h e n I found th a t others learning—when I found m y strains «?&■**■«? REDUCED F O R BOSTON via., hum m ed a b o u t tho altars o f domestic firesides, a n d saw old. xui’W p m tT and F A L L RIVER—By the men, b right w o m e n , a n d young children scanning m y balLad T 1 tttPRWPra BAY ST A T E uud ST A T E strains, then w a s I m a d e to think th a t m y burning d esire to E?OTt Streuglii and sp e e d particularly a d apted pour o u t my soul’s m easure of m u sic was g iven me for. a m tho n ivfeution of Long Island sound, running in connec- purpose. My y o u n g bosom throbbed w ith rapture, for m y tionw ith tho F a l? IUver a n d O ld Colony IlnilroaS, a distance feelings m e t w ith responsive echoes from honest a n d g e n u - tion wncI i n o r au iuv e r an j ln0 ^ u m n n ity, a n d the glory of h e aven seem ed partially ro- “ ave H J Nm 3 N o rth R iver, n e ar t h e Battery vefficd w h en I dicsovered that I held p ower o v e r tho affec- TvTirailavsfand S a t u r t o v s ! a u f ?'* M* Brown’ ° “ 6 ’ The sam e spirit w h ich prom p ted m y first attem p ts w ill T h e s u u e o f Maine, C a p tain T. G . J e w e tt, on M ondays, m a rk m y p resent o ne. W liat I h d v e d o n e has found gener- w i J I S uT„i P r if if l k nt r» p m ouasupport; let m e tru s t that w h a t I m ay do w ill still m e e t h i rm ivSiP th a t runs d irect for Newport. the kind hand o f h elp. I have full confidence in m y friends, T h £ ' “ n ■ ei ■ are fitted w ith c om m odious State Rooms, and b elieve i f I offer them the com bination o f utility and . .■Mi'.finent for th e security and comfort o f pas- am u sem ent, they w ill freely take the wares I bring, a n d .n o t “ nger£ w ho'are afforded b y this route a n ight’s rest o n h o a rd think worse o f roe for mixing freely w ith them in frie m a rket S S S d at Fall R iver proceed p e r railroad, reaching place o f activity a n d labor. , Boston early the following m o m ing, o r c a n remain 0.1 board I am anxious to g ive my.fecble aid to tho g igant.c struggle fgetthiK their breakfast i f w ished fort u n til the starling oi of m tellectua elevation now going on, and fling my ener- tho accommodation train at OK A. M. A baggage m a ster gies a n d w U into a cause where my h e a rt will zealously a m ­ is a ttached to each steam e r, w h o receives ond tickets th e mate my duty. baggage a n d accom p anies the same to its d estination. Itis bu t too true thalthere are dense colum n s o f igno- T h e rates for passkge a n d the juice o f slate rooms, the sam e ranee yet to be d is s ipated-huge m o u n tains o f e r ro r y et to be h thS nt{w»r'lines reitioved—b u t there is a stirring d evelopem ent in the luaas A sie.Tmer runs iA connection w ith this line to a n d from wiiich only requires steady and free corom nnion with tru th Pm v idenc^difiH excent SundayB. <° M p u n d Itself into th a t enlightened and p ractical wisdom £veiein m B o s to n latak e n nt the sam e rates ns by the other on which ever reBts the perfection of social n n d political ciyi- r e S K S d ^ o n m r d e d w ith gm a ter expedition h y an lizntion; -and I believe that all.who w o rk in the.fleld o f liter- EN P E E S S FR E IG H T TR A IN , w h ic h leaves Fall River itture w ith sm cere desire to Bave the m any by arousing ^TCr^m oniing (Sm idavscxceptcd) n t 8 o,clock, for Boston genuine sym p athies a n d e d u catonal tastes need m o k e litttle M i x ™ Bedford, arriving a t its d e stination a t about 11 A. M. profession o f their service, for “ the p eople” have sufficient tvuvi I’vw *'vui , o . ___ 1 ___ 1 . i v e . norodntinn frt thririititfnlv i>ahmn(fl thnen wnn o «* with nnrl 6 .. I I 1 JO H N C. D E V E R E U X , A ttom A ttaching Creditor, 7G N a s s a u s t r e e t , N . Y . a c ^ p a r t n e r s b ip w ith m e n w b o c o u ld furnish thereeuisite city o fB ro o k ly n \on* the*3ddny\of Decem ber, 1849, am ou uu ns t of c a p i t a l - s n d w a s v,t\L p r e p a i d to defend him- to at noon o l th a t day, the following lands a n d auiu Ui au j...... -—• — -- --- .. . m self against a n y attack th a t m ig h t b e made on him. D eponent f a r th e r says, th a t pursuant to th e request of aaid Jacob Tow n send, h e w rote a recipe for the manufac­ tu r e o f a S y rup o f SanapariH a, and gave i t to him. Said Tow n send observed th a t h e w a n ted t o m a k e a specimen to exh ib it to hia partn e rs f o r t h e i r approval, a s he wished to gratify them in every thing, as th e y furnished all the capital—said Tow n send also told deponent th a t tho bottles th e y w e re to uae w e re to be o f th e sam e s ize and shape aa D r. S. P. Tow n send’s, a n d deponent, at the request o f said Jacob Tow n send, w e n t t o th e office o f Dr. S. F. Townsend, ta d procured one of his labels. A n a aeponent f a r th e r says, tn a t he has been informed, and verily believes th e S y r u p of Sarsaparilla, sold as Old Jacob T o trn s e s d ’s, is m ade a f te r th e recipe furnished hy deponent, to J a c o b Tow n send, a s aforesaid. A n d f a r th e r d e p o n ent s a ith n o t W ILL IA M ARM STRONG. Sw o rn to before m e, this 2 4 th day of May, 1849. C. 8 . W OODHULL, M a y o r of th e City o f New York. P R O O F ! ! \”p R O O F ! ! ! H e re i s p roof c o n clusive th a t D r. 8 . P. Townsend’s Sarsa­ p a rilla is the original. T h e follow ing is from some o f the m ost respectable p a p e rs i n th is State. FR O M T H E A l b a n y E v e n i n g J o u r n a l . S r . T o w n s e n d ’s S a r s a p a r i l l a , T h e re probably n e v e r has been so popular a remedy, or patent m e d icine, as D r. Tow n s e n d s ’s Sarsaparilla, w h ich w a s originaUy, and continues t o be manufactured in this city, at first b y th e D o c tor h im s e lf and afterw a rds for several years and t o t h e present time, by Clapp Sc Tow n ­ send, th e presen t proprietors. Since the partnership was formed, the D o c tor has resided in N ew Y o rk, w h e re he keeps a store, and a ttends to th e business t h a t accum u lates a t th a t point- T h e m a n u factory is i n th is c ity, and is con- ’ ® - — a « -- Af*- rlortft_h«r#i nil thn i 12 o’clock at noon o f th a t day prem ises: AU th a t certain lo t, p iece or parcel o f land situate, lying and b e ing in the c ity o f Brooklyn, county of Kings and state o f N e w York, b o u n d e d as follows, to w it: beginning a t a point on th e southerly side o f W ater street, d istant n inety- three feet westerly from Dock street; end running th e r ce southerly and p a rallel w ith Dock street along land o f the estate »>f John Fisher deceased, one huudred und twelve ( 112 ) feet to an alley in com m o n ; thence southwesterly along said alley forty-on© feet seven inches (41.7) to lands now o r late of the heirs of George Little and now o r late in ! possession of Lossee V a n N o strand; thence northwesterly along s a id last men.Soned land ninety-one feet ten inches (91. 10 ) ; thence again n o rthw e sterly fourteen feet eleven inches (14.11) s till along said last m entioned la n d ; thence n o rth­ erly a long said lost m entioned land forty feet four inches (40. - 4Ar®r,i'c® f®i\«itnrtY}vtnnir W a terstreetninety Sheriff. 15th, 1H49. o!5 Sawts The above gale is further postponed until Lthe 4tii d ay o f I ^ r\tree t.. February, 1850, a t the sam e h o u r u n d place. 1 ------ Dated Brookivn, Nov. 5th, 1849. nS Sawts DA N 'L VAN VOORHIS, Sheriff. ilfiS'J CITY COURT O F BROOKLYN—Jum es Frcel I against Freeman’s H a ll Association of the city o f 1 Brooklyn a n d others. D ikeman , I norabxm & D ikem an , P lff’s Attys. In pursuauce of ajudgem e n t order o f this Court m ade in theaoove e n titled a ction,bearingdate Ihe 10th day ofNovem- ber, 1849,1 will sell u t the Franklin House, No. 15 Fultou street, in the City o f Brooklyn, on tlie 5 th day o f D ecem b er, 1849, a t 12 o’clock a tn o o n of that day the following lands and premises— m y l 8 law 9 m \W jT C T S C E —T o all persons interested in the m a tter of opening PA R K a v enue from Franklin a v enue to Spen- r stre et The commissioners o f e stim ate a n d assessment, in relation to the above im p rovem e n t, will m e e t a t th e office of the Counsel to the Corporation, in th e City Hall, o n the thirtieth day of N o v e m b e r inst., a t 3 o ’clock in the afternoon, to h e a r the proofs a n d allegations of a ll parties interested in said im p rovem e n t; and will continue to m eet by adjournm ent from t im e to tim e , n s m ny be n ecessary a n d proper. Dated c ity of Brooklyn, N o v e m b er 20th, 1849. A L O NZO G. HAM M OND,) W A L T E R B A R R E , > C ommissioners. JA M E S E . U N D E R H ILL, S u21 dtd F o r Freight or passage, apply o a board, and either to TISD A L E ic BORDON, 70 W e s t Street, or a t the Offico o f the Line, a t the com e r o f W a shington street and Battery Place. my7 6 m L I N E A T 7 O’CLOCK— for ALBANY, TRO Y and Interm ediate ■ K T O T I C E —T o all p e rsons interested in th e m atter ot opening LUQ.UER s treet from Court to Clinton street. The com m issioners o f estim ate a n d assessm ent, in relation ! to the above im p rovem e n t, w ill m e e t at the office of the n - ------- *; ‘ <\«:♦«* Uoll. /tn first dav t a p r e m i s e s — AJl those two lots of ground on the corner of Colum bia and A m ity strets, in the city of Brooklyn, know n a n d dis- tu UMs nuu> v tgu tlnguishcd on a m a p of a n estate in the city of Brooklyn, counsel to the CorporationTin’ihe City Hail, o n the first day belongiug to Cornelius Heeney, E s ^ ., tnaoe^by^Isaac i . j December next, a t 4 o’clock in the afternoon, to hear the * — 1 nr oil nnrtinct int^rpsted in said im- O A lU ilU riJl, MilUIUI^ USUWU'IWI^I . . ______ - v , Hampton, M iltou, P oughkeepsie, Hyde Park, Kingston, Rea Hook, Bristol, Cutskill, Hudson, Coxsackie, nnd Kinderhook. Mealsfumished a tall h o u rs o n board the b o a t. T h e new and elegant steam er A L IDA, Captain F. W . Stone, will leave the steam boat Pier a t the toot o f Robinson street, MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS a n d FRIDAYS, a t 7 o ’c lock A. M. For passage o r Ireight apply o n b o a rd, or at the office on tho wharf. N . B—All persons a re forbid trusting any ono o n accoiml o f th e above boat o r h e r owners. JOH N F. RODMAN, Agent, apl9 tf foot of N o rth M oore at. (upstairs.) o n j twwug atitxx KM* _________ „ 4) to W a t e r s tr e e t; thenc e easterly along W a ter s treet n ine ty feet s e v e n inches (90.7) to the place of beginning, be the sam e n u re or less—being the same premises aa w ere con­ voyed t o the s a id A lexander Birkbeck hy Mary Little and others, by deed bearing date the eighth day of Aprfi, one thousand e ight h u n d red a n d thirty-four, and recorded in the ofllce o f the Clerk of the County of Kings, in liber Nt>. 42 o f conveyances, &c., p a g e 373, &.C., the JOth d a y o f Septem b e r, 1834. T o g e ther w ith all and singular the tenem ents, heredita­ m e n ts a n d a p p u rtenances thereunto belonging o r in anyw ise appertaining. Dated Brooklyn, November 9tn, 184D. DA N ’L VAN VOORHIS, Sheriff. appertaining. nlO 2awts H E CITY C O U R T O F BROOKLYN.— Rodney S m ith C h u rch against Anthony Dougherty and Ann j h is wife. In pursuance o f & ju d g m e n t o rder o f th is c o u rt, m a d e in | the abeve e n titled a ction, bearing date th© 10 th day of No- ! v e m b e r, 1849,1 w ill sell at-the F ranklin llouse, No. 25 Ful- | ton s treet, in the c ity o f Brooklyn, on the 7th day of Decem­ ber, 1849, at 12 o’clock, a t noon, o f that day, the following lands a n d prem ises: AU th a t certain lot, p iece o r parcel of land situate, lying th e six th w a rd o f th e city of Brooklyn, a n d ' -- —• t i . . i anlllK tlriiCl. belonging w ViUlilUHUq liuv^v j f — j- , ___ _ Ludlam , city surveyor, os n umbers 8 [eight] a n d 7 [seven], nnd b o u n d e d in front o n Columbia s treet, on the n o rthwest- j erly sido by Amity street, on tho rear by lot n u m b e r 36 ' [thirty six] o n said m a p ; said lols taken together b e ing fifty feet in front by Columbia street, the sam e in the rear, by ninety feet d e ep on each s ide thereof, being the s a m e premi­ ses o n w h ich Freeman’s Hall now stands, a t the southeast cornerof Columbia a n d Am ity streets in the c ity o f Brook­ lyn, and being the sam e prem ises s o ld and conveyed, by Cornelius Heeney to the said parties of the first p a rt, by a certain indenture of d e ed, bearing date tho thirtieth d a y of March, 1846, and recorded in the ofiice of the Clerk of the county o f King*, in Jiber 146 of conveyances, page 479, April 2 9 ,1S4G. Together wi m e n ts and appurte..w __________ appertaining. Dated B rooklyn,N o v . 12, i849. n!2 Sawts DAN’L VAN VO O R H IS, Sheriff. .VUiUtii UV-SU V.uv>. ... ------- , proofs a u d allegations o f a ll partie s interested in said im ­ provement ; and will continue to mefet by a d journm e n t from lime to tim e , as m ay be necessary and proper. Dated city of Brooklyn, Novem b er 20lh, 1840. JA M E S L . C A M P B E L L ,) > C ommissioners. S n 2 l dtd JACOB O U T W A T E R , W ILL IA M D. SM ITH, 1 ®frO'A’l C E —T o all persons interested in the m a tter of JTw opening N E L S O N s treet from Court street to Hamilton avenue. Tho com m issioners of estim ate a n d assessment, in relation tiia i puiuv. j.u o _ — __ _ ___ _ ducted b y th© ju n io r partner, M r. Clapp—he re a ll th e and being in th© six th word of tne city oi oroohjjn, uuu m e d icine is m a n u factured. bounded aa follows: beginning at a point o n the southwest- F e w o f o u r citizens havo a n y id e a o f th e am o u n t o f this erly s ide of Ham ilton a v e n u e , d istant seventy-five feet n o rth \ *‘ - !1 ------ ' — fr«mrom thshe r.ovtierorner formorm eded bvy the© intersectionntersection of the r c v » u i u u . v . w uum w — ---------- — — ____ m e d icine th a t ja m a n u factured and ©old. Besides t h e sales in th is country, i t is shipped to th e Cansdai, W est India Islands, South A m e rica, and even to E u rope, inconsider­ able quantities. A t th e m a n u factory they em p loy a steam engine, besides a large num b e r of men, wom en a n d girls, in t h e preparation o f tn e m edicine, m a k ing boxes, p rinting, Ice., and t u r n out, read v f o r shipm e n t, o v e r 400 dozen p e r day, o r n e a r ly 5000 b o ttles. T h is is an enormous q u a n tity. Tfie g reat sale th e m e d icine has acquired, has induced a n u m b e r o f m e n to g e t up im itations, and there is a t the present tim e, o th e r m e d icines for sale, th a t are called M D r. Tow n send’s Sarsaparilla.” O n e i n particular s tarted a short tim e a g o in N e w Y o rk, i s c a lled \O ld Doctor Jacob Tow n send’s Sarsaparilla,” and apparently w ith a v iew , by dint of advertising, and th e usual rem edies resorted to in such efforts, to appropriate th e nam e o f D r. S. P. Tow n ­ send’s great rem e d y , a n d th u s gain all the advantages re­ su ltin g from the popularity o f th e name w h ich he has acquired for it, by years or patien t a n d expensive labors D r. S. F. Tow n send, form e rly o f th is city, a s is w e ll k n o w n here, is the inventor and original p roprietor o f the medieine know n as (<Dr; Tow n send’s Sarsaparilla,” and w e think these persons w h o a re attem p ting to s e ll t b e ir a rticle as the genuine, should be exposed. FROM THE New York Dally Son* D r . T owkskitd ’ s extraordinary a d v ertisem e n t, w h ich oc cnples an en tire page o f th e Sun, w ill not otcape notice. D r. S. P. Tow n send, w h o 'is th e original proprietor of Dr. Tow n send’s Sarsaparilla, and w h o se ofiice is next door to ours, w h o re he has been for s e v e ral years, is driving an lm- m e n se business. H e receives no less than four hundred dozen of Sarsaparilla p e r day, and even this enormous quantity does not supply th e dem and. N o medicine ever gained so g r e a t a popularity as his preparation of th e Sar­ saparilla. H is edition o f A lm a n a c s for 1849 cost $22,000, nnd he has paid the N e w Y o rk Sun for advertising, in the last four y e a rs, over $ 10 , 000 , a n d be a cknowledges that it is the cheapest a d v e rtising he has h a d done. This medi- cine is e x p o rted to the Canadas, W e s t Indies, South A m erica and Europe, i n considerable quantities, and U com ing jots g e n e r a l use in thnso c o u n tries, a s w e ll aa h e re s w i n a i e r i * D ruggists a n d o thers th a t s e ll Sarsaparilla for the genuine end original D r. Tow n send’s Sarsaparilla, that is n o t signed by S. P. Tow n send, commits a fraud, and swindles the cus­ tom e rs. M en th a t w o u ld be g u ilty o f s u c li an act, w o u ld com m it a n y other fraud—and no D ruggist o f common iotel ligence b u t know s that ours is th e only g enuine THK QUESTION SETTLED. A n advertisem e n t appeared in several of the papers, headed \ T h e Q u e stion settled.” T h is advertisem e n t is signed by a num b e r of m e n w h o k e e p sm all retail drug shops in the back streets o f th e city. T b e advertisement was put in b y a lot,of u n p rincipled m e n u n d e r the nam e of Thompson, Skillm an & Co., w h o hired an old man by the name of J a c o b Townsend, last fall, to p u t u p a stuff w h ieb they* e n d e a v o r to palm off upon th e public as the genuine and original D r. Tow n send’s Sarsaparilla. This old man nas b e en e n g a g e d for a num b e r o f years i n peddling c h e a p publications a b o u t th e s treets of the city. Skillm an Sc Co., nave avowed th a t i t w a s t h e ir intention to take advantage of Dr. S. P. Tow n send’s extensive advertising, w h ich has cost him $300,000, a n d th e popularity of the name o f his m e d icine, to sell theirs. T h e advertisem e n t signed by these shopkeepers, and p u t in the papers by Thompson, Skillm a n & Co., w o u ld lead people to believe th a t our Sarsaparilla sours, &c., w h ich is false. T h e s e m e n have not, t o o u r know ledge e v e r purchased any Sarsaparilla o f us, and know nothing of its m erits, very few of them being able to spare a sufficient am o u n t of money to purchase a dozen. T h e m a jority o f them have applied to us for agency, w h ich w e refused. A t least one of these m e n has oeen in th e S ta te P r i s o n * for forging a draft o r note on th e Chem ical B a n k ; we know nothing o f th e c h a r a c te r o f tb e others—but if they sell any Sarsaparilla fo r th e original an d genuine Dr. Townsend’s Sarsaparilla w h ich is not signed by 6 . P. Townsend, th e y would c o m m it a n y fraud.. WHOLESALE DRUGOI8TS. B elow w ill be found th e cards of three of th e first wholesale druggists in th e city. T h e s e th r e e have pur­ chased $50,000 w o rth o f D r. 8 . P. Townsend w ithin the last four years. W e have sold i t b y the hundred d o z e n to m any others—we keep it th r o u g h all seasons in South America, N e w Orleans, H a v ana, fee., and these c h arges that our Sarsaparilla* sours and fom ents is as foul as th e ir o ther libels. H e a d t h e f o l l o w i n g s N z w Y obx , M ay 2J, 1840. T h is is to e e rtify that o u r house has w ithin the last five years purchased over tw e n ty-five thousand dollars w o rth of D r. S. P. Tow n send’s Sarsaparilla. I t is an article th a t commands an unprecedented sale, and as far as w a know, gives universal satisfaction- It does not fom ent and break th e bottles a s has b e e n a lleged. N O R T O N 8 c BABCOCK, No. 130 M aiden L a n a and 19 F letcher s t r e e t N e w Y ork , M ay 21, 1849. T o whom i t m a y co n c e rn : T h is is to c ertify that I have purchased of Dr. S. P. T o w n send a b o u t ten thousand d o llars w o rth o f his Sarsaparilla. It is by far th e most popular m e d icine I e v e r knew and gives universal satisfaction. I have no difficulty w ith its fom enting or souring. THOM AS W . CUMMINO, W h o lesale D ruggist, 178 G reenwich s treot. N e w YoJtff, May 21, 1849. T h is is to certify th a t w e have purchased over ten thousand dollars w o rth o f D r. 8 . p. Townsend’s 8 arsaparilla w ith in the lost five yeera. T h e medicine is v e ry popular and has becom e an article o f commerce. NVe find no trouble w ith its souring o r fom enting. BOYD «c P A U L , No. 4 Liberty s t r e e t Dr, S. T. T o w n s e n d ’s P rincipal Office has beon removed from 126 Fulton, to 8 3 N a ssau street, in the b u ilding for­ m e rly occupied by the South B a p tist C h u rch. A gents .—R e d d ing & Co., N o . S State-street, and Mrs. E Kidder, N o . 100 Court-street, B o ston: Sam u e l Kidder, Jr. L o w e ll; H e n ry Prutt* Salem ; Jam e s B. G reen, TForocster* AlUson & G a u l t C o n c o rd; J. B alch & Son, Providence, and b y D ruggists a n d M e rchants g e n e r a lly t h roughout the U n ited States, W e s t Indies a n d th e Canadas. * r f ^ H t A f f n B E K S - M I S C E L L A S Y o f U seful and. JE d ] m j tjiining K n o v rlsdee, to 10 volozn«s, for sole b f A. M. WILDER, Sl Fulton, JX and WILDER * CO.’, A tlan tic* till/ biuv ut --- — ---- , \ westerly f t c f b th i southwesterly aide liue of Hamilton aveuue, w ith the n o rth sideline o f Centre s treet; nnd running thence s outhwesterly o n a line a t right angles w ith Hamilton aveuue sixty feet, m o re o r less, to a point w h e re a line draw n northerly, a t right angles w ith Centre s treet, commencing at a point ou the n o rth side o f C entre s treet, distant n inety s ix feet eleven l inches westerly from the corner of Hamilton avenue and ' Centre street aforesaid intersects said lin e ; thence eleven , feet, m o re or less, on suid line so drawn a t right angles w ith [C e n tre street jus aforesaid to Centre street; — - * - ------ • - « r — , . 1IJU CUlUliliSSiuums vi _ ___________ to the above im p rovem e n t, will m eet nt the office of tho pru wi, aoiu . Counsel to th e Corporation, in the City Hall, o n th e third day T o g e th e r w ith all and singular tho tenem ents, heredita-1 of December n e x t, a t 4 o 'clock in the aftemoon, to hear the *enta and appurtenances thereunto belonging o r in auy w ise 1 proofs a n d allegations o f a l l purties interested in snidira- ............... •*’ - «« *°\» I p rovem e n t; an d will c o n tinue to m eet b y adjournm ent from time to tim e , a s m a y be n ecessary a n d p roper. - -— — ----------- — ----- ^ ^ • ------------------ . . Dated c itv o f Brooklyn, N o v e m b er 2Uth. 1849. COURT® iN EQ U IT Y .—L y m a n H avi * v n w A n n a n t i i o N Y . I land v s. Charles Squire and others. W&I.LS fa V ax AYxoxxtsu, S olicitors. In pursuance of a d e c retal order of th is Court, m a d e in the a b o v e entitled cause bearing date the eleventh d a y of Septem b er, 1848,1 will sell a t the Franklin H o u se, N o . 15 Fuiton s treet, in the city of Brooklyn, on tho 26th day of October, 1849, a t 12 o’clock at noon o f th a t d a y , the follow­ ing premises— I 7 ---------- — Ail that c ertain indenture of le a se bearing d a te the first | day o f N o v e m b e r iust., a t 3 o’clock m th e afternoon, to n e a r lthe nroofs and allegations of all parties interested in said E D W A R D ANTHO N Y , ) CHAS. S. J . GOODRICH, > C ommissioners. JACOB A.V. SCHULTZ, i \21 dtd perception to thorough ly estimate tho se who are w ith an d for them . I only a sk a trial. I w ill givo the best my judgem e n t c o n offer from the co-operation o f healthy and vigorous talent, and m y own continued effort. E L IZ A COOK. 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M ONTHLY M AGAZINE.—Eedited by L ew is G ay £. or C lark .— This fa p ronounced by the press of America and England, “the best M agazine in America.” I t has now begun its “thirty-fourth volum e,” and In its list of upw a rd of a hun­ dred c o n tibutors, a re found the nam e s o f e v ery distinguish­ ed w riter, m ale and female, in America, w ilh several e q u ally prom inent o f G reat Britain, T u rkey, Sweeden, e tc. A n e w 33V K T Y E N G L IN E FOR A L B A N Y and TRO Y —d i r e c t —T h e steam e r EM­ PIRE, Captain W . W . T u p p e r, will leavo foot of Cortlandt streetjon TUESDAYS, TH URSDAYS and SATURDAYS, at 5 P. M. T h e Steam e r T R O Y , Captain W. H. Frazee. will leave foot o f C o rtlandt street MONDAYS, \WEDNES­ DAYS imd FRIDAYS, a t 6 P. M., for Albany and Troy. _ s ^as c o m m enced on the first day of J u ly. 1849 T h e following n o tires of the K n ickerbocker aro from th e X 'A S S A G E 5 0 C E N T S —N O M O - O P O L V — Evening L ine for Albany— Through w ithout landing—Passengers by this boat a rrive a t Albany in tim e far the m o rning trains E a s t o r W est. Regular days from New Y o rk—TUESDAY,THURSDAY, and Saturday. R e turning, will leave A lbany from th e new steam boat landing, in Broadway, e v ery MONDAY, W E D ­ NESDAY and FRIDAY, a t 5 o’clock, P . M. For passage or freight apply on b o a rd or a t the ofiice o n the dock. T h e new steam b o a t Ull* VAN W IN K L E , Captain S. Schuyler, will leave the s team b o a t P ier foot o f R obinson at. (first above Barclay) T I I I S EVEN ING, a t 6 o’clock. Freight shipped by the R ip V a n W inkle, forw a rded b y tbe railroad w ith dispatch. mb30 t f : W ’O X fiC IU —To all persons interested in the m atter of opening FO U R T H Place from Sm ith to Clinton street. The com m issioners of e stim ate and assessm ent, in relation to the above im p rovem e n t, will m e e t a t the office o f the Couwsel to the C o rporation, in the City Hall, o n the thirtieth * ~ ’ '- \ ‘ the afternoon, to h e a r AU UIIUU'IMIU 4®*..^...—- . _ -- - - . . . day o f S e p tem b e r , 1840, m a d e betw e e n G e o rge M . P a tch e n , | fLe pro o f s and allegations c . — , ------ uf the city o r Brooklyn, in Kings County, o r tho first p n rt 1 im p rovem e n t; aud will continue to m e e t b y adjournment - - .. a. tVfaqfcJiester I frwn tim e to tim e , os m a y .be necessary and p roper, Dated city of Brooklyn, Novem ber 20th, 1849. G E O R G E JI. C O O P E R , ^ ■ N3S G 5 £ ' i ' B O A T — N O T I C E ^ - O n a n d after January* first, 1849, n o boat will \un up­ on the Catharine F erry between th© h o u rs o f 12 o \ i ^ck Mia night, a n d 5 o ’clock, A , M . d27 f • JOHN LA W REN C E , M AJOR G. M IX, > C ommissioners. ) n 2 l dtd T W t f ^ T l C E —T o all persons interested in the m a tter of opcningT H IR D P L A C E , from Henry to Court street. n««nRsmt»nt.in relation wardly o n Centro street twenty-five feet; thence n o rtherly | o n a Uue a t right a n g les w ith Centro street twenty-one feet, more or less, to a poiut w here a liue drawn southwesterly ul right angles w ith H a m ilton avenne, commencing at u p o int on the soutnwest side of H am ilton aveuue, d istant one h u n ­ dred feet n o rthw esterly from the c o rnerof Ham ilton a v euue and C entre street aforesaid, intersects said lin e ; thence northeasterly o n s a id line s o d raw n a t right angles w ith Ha­ m ilton avenue os aforesaid seventy-three feet, more or less, to H a m ilton a v e n n e ; and thenco southeasterly on the line o f H am ilton avenue twenty-five feet to the place of beginning —together with a ll the right, title aud interest o f the parties of th e first p a n to ©aid m o rtgage, of, in, and to half o f the streets in front o f and adjoining said lot h ereby d e s c r ib e d - being th e same p rem ises sold a n d conveyed to the said An­ thony Dougherty by the said Rodney Sm ith Church aud wife, b y d e ed b e a ring e v e n date with said mortgage, and said m o rtgage being e x e c u ted a n d delivered simultaneously therew ith to secure th e paym e n t o f th e purchase m o n ey thereof. T o g e ther w ith all and singular the tenem ents, h e redita­ m ents and a p p u rtenances thereunto belonging or in anywise appertaining. D a ted Brooklyn November 13,1849. n !3 Sawts DAN’L VAN VOORHIS, Sheriff. T h e c o m m issioners o f e s tim a te and assessm e n t, in relation to the ab o v e im p r o v e m e n t, w ill ^ m e e t C o u n s e l .................... : \ ' '4sr nn n o t f / 1 day of a u u > c . . . . . -- ------ el to the Corporation, in the City Hull, o n tho eighth iiaj ui D ecem b er next, a t 3 o’clock in the afternoon, to hear th© proofs and allegations of all parties interested iu said im p rovem e n t; und will continue to m e e t by a d journm ent S T A T E O F N E W YORK—C o u n tv o r K ings, s s .— j Tbo undersigned, S h eriff o f the said County, iu confor- ' mity to a precept to him i n this behalf directed and d eliver­ ed, by this h is proclam a tion requires all persons bound to appear at a Court o f O y er a n d Terminer a n d J a il d elivery, lo b e bolden a t th e Court H o u se, City Hall, in the c ity ot Brooklyn, in and for said county on the 4th day of Decem­ ber n e x t, at 10 o’clock in the forenoon, by recognizance or otherw ise to appear thereat; and the undersigned hereby requires all justices of the p eace, coroners aud o ther officers who h a v e taken a n y rocoguizance’for the a p p e a ranceof any person a t the said c o u rt, o r who have token nny inquisition or tbe e x am ination o f any p risoner or witness, to return such recognizance, inquisition a n d examinations to the said c o u rt at tbe o p ening thereof, on the first day of its sitting. Signed at the Sheriff’s office, o u the 22d d a y ofN ovem b er, A. D. 1849. DAN’L VAN VOORHIS, n 22 eod td Sheriff. _ Ol UlOLlkJ WI XJ4..W4V.J -----0_ - ------- „ , and Dunicl Miller, of the town o f Somers, W estchester County, o f th e second p o rt, and the residue a n d rem a inder of the uucxpircd. term of y e ars therein m entioned a u d sub­ ject to the covenants and conditions thereiu contained— which said indenture of lease is recorded in the office e f the C ierk o f the County o f K ings, in Jiber. 108 o f conveyances, page 522 &c., and the said prem ises therein m e n tioned are described a s follows, v iz : A ll those tw o certain lots, pieces or p arcels o f land, s ituate,lying a n d being in the s ixth ward of the city o f Brooklyn, k n o w n und d istinguished on a map of the real estate of R alph Patchen, m u d e in the m o n th of A p ril, 1829, a n d filed in the office o f the clerk, o f tlio .County o f K ings, b y th e num b e rs sixty-nine (69) a n d s eventy (79), I fronting on Hicks street, and as llie sam e are laid dow n ou | aaid m a p , taken together are bouuded nnd contain as foi - 1 lows:—Beginning on the westerly side of Hicks s ireet at a point one hundred and fifty feet southerly from A tlantic stre e t; h u d running thence southerly along Hicks s treet fifty feet to lot num b e r sixty-eight ( 68 ) o u said m a o ; thence ,—=;— --------------- — — . . . .. westerly along said lot No. 68 ono h u n d red le e t; taeupenor- theriy parallel w ith Hicks street fifty fect to lot n u m b e red 4 r r opening BEDFORD A V E N U E , from Flushing to Di- sevcnty-one (71) on said m a p ; tbence easterly along said vision a v e n u e . , lot n u m b e red 71 one h u n d red feet to the pluce of beginning, . lh c com m issioners o f e stim ate a u d assessment,, in relation each of said Iota b e ingin w idth in front and r e a r twenty-five lo the a b o v e im p rovem e n t, w ill m eet at the ofiice ofthe feet and in depth on e a c h sido one hundred feet. Counsel to the Corporation, m the City Hull, o n the tenth T o g e ther w ith all a n d singular the tenements, heredita- of Decem ber n e x t, a t 3 o clock m the afternoon, to bear m ents und a p p urtenances thereunto b elonging or in anyw ise the proofs a n d a llegations o f a l l parties interested m suid appertaining. Dated Brooklyn O ctober 2,1849. improvement ; and will continue to m e e t by adjournm ent o3 Sawts DAN’L VAN VOORHIS, Sheriff. ^ “ OQ TY,,,V h “ \ ‘3™RK'“*V nroner. T h e a bove sale is p o stponed u n til th e 10th duy of Decem- ] ber, 1849, at th© same hour and place. D ated Brooklyn, Oct. * 26th, 1849. 026 2a\vts DAN’L VAN VOORIIIS, Sheriff. im p r o v e ...-— , ------- . . . - _ from tim e to tim e , a s m a y be necessary a u d proper. Dated c ity o f Brooklyn, N o v e m b e r28,1849. NICHOLAS R . VAN B R U N T ,) ----------------- > C ommissioners. ) n28 dtd C O R N E L IU S B . BERGEN, JOH N W . 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It gives instant ease, speedil) cures Rheumatism, Tic Doloreux, Toothache, Affections bi Lite Spine, Sprains, Brui«es, Cuts, wounds, Bum s, Scalds- Cutaneous Affections, Eruptions o f :dl kinds, F rost Bites, Hites of Musquitoes, W eakness in the Side Back, Spasms, Stiff Juinls, Fain in the Hones, sharp Shooting Fain in Ihe Head, Face, Knees, A rm s or Fect, B listered Surfaces, Croup Lumbago, Gout, Paralysis, Ulcers, R u n n ing Sores, Swellings, inflammations and in tact, a ll diseases requiring e x ternal ap- pIi»*otions will be relieved by RADW AY’S READY R E L IEF, in one tenth th e tim e i t takes any other lini­ ment, or p a in k iller, to give the slightest cose. As an Inter­ nal Medicine, forty drops, taken in s u g a r and w a ter, will give instant euse. I t will also cure s o u r stomachs, beatt- burn, violent cram p s ancl spasms, sick-headuchc—it invigo­ rates to healthy action, tho functions of the stomach. I t Is warranted to g ive instant euro in all cases of nervous rheur malic affections ; its office is to relieve pnin mid c u re d iseas­ es. Thus far ii h as n e v e r b e en know n to fail in u single cose, to cure the worst cases of the above n a m e d complaints. TO FARM HRS.—if you own h orses or cattle, this truly , excellent medicine, should be k e p t in y o u r stables. I t will * c u re tameness, strains, galls, sp a v in s ; is warranted to ease the must excruciating pains, and finally c ure, ia 6 uch cases th a t other rem edies h a v e been used in vain. All th a t we T I G R E S S E COURT—John II. March against J o h n F o rdon and wife. G e r a r d W . M o r r is , Atty for Plff. In pursuance o f a judgm e n t o rder of this Court m o d e in the a b o v e entitled action bearing dato the 13th day o f Oc­ tober, 1849, 1 w ill sell a t the Franklin House, No. 15 Fulton s treet in th e City o f Brooklyn, on the 12th day of D ecem ber, 1849, a t 12 o’clock a t noon o f that day the follow­ ing p rem ises— A il th a t certain lo t o f land and bouse thereon e rected, sit­ uate in the first w a rd of the city of Brooklyn, bounded and described as follow s: beginning at a p o int on the easterly side o f Columbia s treet, d is tant eighty ieet six inches n o rth­ erly from the northeasterly corner of Columbia and State streets; running thence n o rtherly along the easterly s ide of Colum b ia street tw e n ty feet; tbence easterly parallel w ith State s treet seventy-tive feet; thenee southerly parallel w ith C o lum b ia street tw e n ty f e e t; aiul thence westerly parallel with State street seventy-five feet to Columbia s treet, the place o f beginning—th© wall o n tbe last m e ntioned line be ing a party walL T o g e ther w ith all and singular the tenem ents, h e redita­ m ents a n d a p p u rtenances thereunto belongiug o r in anywise appertaining. D ated Brooklyn N o v . 13, 1549, n l4 2awts DAN’L VAN VOORHIS, Sheriff. U P R B ^ I E C O U R T — K in - os C ountv — T h e New Y o rk Life Insurance and Trust Company va. Charles Squire a n d others. B. R o a ixsox, J n ., Fill’s A tt’y. In _ ** the abov< 1849, I w in the c ity o f Brooklyn, ....... .. .........—„ . . at 12 o’clock at noou of that day, the following lands and prem ises: All those certain tw e lve iots o r parcels o f laud situate® lying and being in th e city of Brooklyn, iu the county ot Kings a n d s ta te o f N e w Y o rk, and being designated on a certain m a p of the Real E s tate of R a lph Patchen, m a d e in the m o n th o f April, one thousand eight h u n d red a n d tw e n ­ ty-nine® a n d filed in the C lerk’s office of the said c o u n ty of ! KiDgs, b y George M. Patchen, on the twentieth day o f Au- ------ mo-M Hnrum-d a n d twenty-nine® by the from tim e to tim e a s m ay be necessary a n d proper. Dated city of Brooklyn, N o v e m b er 28,1849. . E L IA S It. STODDARD, ) ABRAHAM B. BA Y L IS, I Commissioners . JA M E S M. SEABURY, ) n23 dtd cnn MV lo you is to try* i t ; if it meets y o u r approbation, coijv ------------- ^ ^ -------------------- ^7 ----- ♦ z? • ,i®« m n tt 0 rT,r m o n sense will tell y o u itis worthy o f y o u r confidence. Il r o ’J T I C E — T o all p e r s o n s in terested in lh c rantter oi i « u »» och « . . * ---------------------- - M O ' E i C E —To all persons intercetea m tne raauer ui _ opening C E N T R E street from C o u rt t o Sm ith street, you find it does not come up to your expectations, cast-it Tiie commissioners of estim ate and assessm ent, in relation aside as u n w orthy of you r notice. ^ All w e a sk o f you fa one to the a b o v e im p rovem e n t, will meet nt the office o f t h e ' * * ’ * o ....... Counsel to the Corporation, in the City Hall, on the third day o f D e c e m b e rnext, a t 4 o’clock in tho afternoon, to h e a r the proofs and allegations of all parties interested in said im p rovem e n t; and will continue to m eet <by a d journm ent i from tim© to tim e , as m ay be necessary a n d proper. Dated c ity of Brooklyn, Novem b er 20th, 1849. JA M E S L. C A M P B E L L ,) JACOB OUTW ATER, > C ommissioners. W ILL IA M D. SM ITH, ) n51 dtd O l v o .r t .- j v ---- ^ ----------- „ _ four,) fronting on W illow a n d Hicks streets, and b e ing tw en­ ty-five feet in width, in front, and rear each lots, and one hundred foet in depth, on e ach side—together w ith so m u c h of Hicks a n d Willow s treets, to the centre of said s treets, as lies in front o f and adjoining Baid lots, to bo kept o p e n and used as streets, and being bounded as follows, v iz : on the north, b y lots n u m b e rs 52 (fifty-two,) a n d 65 (sixty-five,) on. said nm p ; on the east,_by Hicks street a foresaid; on tlie south,by 1 : ’ * 1 ®... n r:, low street Charles Iloyt by I len r y --------- 1st, 1833, and recorded in the Clerk’s officeof Kings county , in liher N o . 36 of conveyances, p age 42, &c., and by the said Charles H o y t conveyed to th e s a id Charles S q u ire, b y deed, dated March 23d, 1835. T o g e ther w’ith all a n d singular the tenem ents, h e redita­ m ents and a p p u rtenances thereunto b elonging or iu a n ywise appertaining. Dated Brooklyn, A u g u st 22d® 1849. au23 Suwts DAN’L VAN VOORIIIS, Sheriff. Th© a b ove sale is p o stponed u u til th© 19tU day o f S e p te m ­ ber, 1849, at the sumo h o u r and pluce. Duted Brooklyn, Septem b e r 15tb, 1849. DAN’L VAN VOORHIS, e!5 2awts ‘'fc T O T P I C E is h e reby g iven that 1 will m a k e application .138 to the Legislature of this State, at tho next session thereof, for a grant of th© land under w a ter adjacent to nnd in front of my land a t Y ellow Hook, inthe town o f New ............. for the purposeof construct- distancoof two h u n d red feet .. w a term a rk—such front being in b readth along said high w a ter m a rk four hundred feet, more or less, and the a d jacent upland owned by me being bounded on the southw est by land of Latham Cornell, and on the northeast b y land o f J o h n S. 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The u n d e rsigned h a s been appointed A g e n t for this Com- — «•.— r n«H i« m i* riKtnared to effectinsuran- H A B P A N D S H E D S I N TH E C ITY OF „ » BROOKLYN FO R S A L E —T h is valuable property has a front of ouc h u n d red and fifty feet on Furm an s treei, aud running to the E a s t river about 220 feet, and lays directly opposite to W a ll street, New’ Y o rk, and very near th e nerw ferry about to be established to Brooklyn. It been o ccupied m a n y y c ars by Mr. R ansom for the storage o f n aval stores. L sold, the term s o f p a y m e n t will b e v ery liberal—or it will be rcntcdfor one o r m o re rears. Apply to V A E N T IN E G. H A L L , f©5 tf cor. Pearl a n d Beekman s treets, Now York.; S U F H E I f f E COURT—In Equity—W illiam G. Hack 'November, staff and N a thaniel F . W aring vs. Charlotte H e n rietta and o thers. A . S. G a r k * Solicitor for plaintiff. In pursuance o f a decretal o rder of this c o u rt mude in th© above entitled cause, bearing date the twenty-sixth day of June, 1848, I will sell at tho Franklin House, No. 15 F u ltonstreet, Inth© cUy o f Brooklyu, on the 3Uth day of Novem b er, 1849, a t 12 o’clock a t noon o f tliat d a y the follow­ ing lands and p rem ises: AU th a t certaiu d w elling h o use and lot and piece or p arcel of land, Bituate, lying and being intlie village of Brooklyn, in the c ounty of Kings a nd state of New York aforesaid, the sam e b e ing butted and bounded as follows, to w it: beginning at a p o in t on the south side of a certain streot leading from L ittlestreet to the lower Navy Yard gate, and ut thenorth- w e iterly com e r o f on adjoining house and lot o f the said George Little, w h ich said, point is thirty-eight feet four inch-1 es from th e w e sterly tin© of tho Navy Y a rd; and running 1 thence westerly tw e n ty-tw o feet eight inches along tho south side o f tho said s treet to land o f JohnJackflon; thencesouth erly n inety-eight feet, m ore o r less, along the land o f the suid John J ackson, and fn a direction parallel w ith tho w esterly line o f th e said Navy Y a r d ; tbence easterly twenty-two feet eight inches along u ie land of tho said John J ackion to the land of the said George L ittle; thence northerly mnety-cight foet, m o re or less, a long the land aud in a direction w ith the house of the s a id G eorge Little to theplaceof beginning. Together with all and dngular the ten e m e n ts, hered ita­ m e n ts a n d a p p u rtenances tbereuD to belonging o r in anyw ise anpertaining®* D a ted Brooklyn* Nov. 7 th, 1849. n 8 2aw ts DAN’L VA N VOOKHIS, Sheriff. T h e a b o v e sale i s p o stponed u n til the 7th d a y o f Decem­ ber, 1849, at the sam e n o u r aad place. D a ted Brooklyn, Nov. 3 0 tb, 1849. DAN’L VAN VOORHIS, *■ QViori e iy -j pauy fo r L o n g lslan d , a n d is n ow prepare d to effect insuran- T h e aboii e sale is further p o stponed until the 19th d a y ol I w s u on lives for u term o f years, o r for the whole term of 1849, at Rrnnk- I . i, ___ - •on ..................... lyn, S e p t. Jfilh, 1849. at th e sain© h o u r a n d place. D u ted Bro< 849. DAN’L VAN VOORIIIS, Sheriff. Sheriff. n30 S a w ts Sheriff. S ID P H - E I U J 3 COURT—Kinga county—Jam e s R .G ib­ son a n d R o b e r t L . Case against Henrietta Gray, R ichard Gray and Maria G ray b is wife, George Gray and M atilda Gray. Summ ons for relief. T o t h e d e fendants Richard Gray»Mary Gray h is wife a b o v e nam e d : You a re h e reby sum m o n e d and required to answ e r the com plaint in th is a ction, w h ich is continued against y o u as tbe successors in interest o f W illiam Gray, d e ceased, b y order of this c o u rt, and serve a copy of y o u r answer o n us at No- 29 Wall s treet in th e city o f New York, w ithin tw e n ty days after the service h e reof, exclusive of tho day of such service; and if y o u fail to answor the complaint as aforesaid* the pJaintiift will a p p ly to tho c o u rt for the relief d e m a n d ed In th e com p laint; th e s a id com plaint was filed in the office I of th© Clerk o f th© c o n n ty o f Kings, on the lStb day o f No­ vem b e r, 1849. D a ted New' Y o rk, November 13th, 1849. BARNEY & BUTLER, Plaintiffa Attornlcs, » I 4 lsw fiw N o . 2 0 W a ll s treet, N e w Y o r k . life; the a p p licant h a s the op ti to p a rticipate in the profits ' to o w m ol the Company. T b is c om pany, in consequenceofifalarge 6tJ ^ iw ts . _ . __ i .. * capital, w luch is a t all tim e s available, affords a safe invest- i® a b o \e sale is fu r th e r p o stponed until the 19t.i duy of men{, those w h o m a y be insured therein. A n n u ities a re December, 1W9, a t th© sam e hour and tijace. * *ro°k\ given, if the insured d esire it, u p o n the a m o u n t of prem ium s ' nim n V’ l DAN L A AN \O O R H I k ., pU|d—upon a very small annual investm ent a periodical in- n u -aw ts .-iicnu. come c a n b e secured. T h is Institution is intended to secure to one’s family a sufficient competency after d e a th. AU p e r­ sons d e a ling w ith this c o m pany c;ui receive an a d e q u a te r e ­ turn for th© a m o u n t invested,*or can perm it such am o u n ts lo a ccum u la te , interest b eing a d d e d to the p rincipal p e riodi­ cally. A sm all investm ent, in tho course of a few years, will y ield a com p e tent s u p p o rt to one’s family. T h o lim its of an a d v e rtisem e n t will not p e rm it all the a d v antages to b e set forth. The undersigned will furnish to those who desire it n p a m - S hlct containing a full s tatem e n t o f such advantages. Dr. [enry J . Cullen of N o / 79 Cranberry street, arid Dr. Theo. F. King of Red Hook. P lace, h a v e been duly appointed by the Board of Managers, M edical E x a m iners o f the Company lor Long Island; one of these g entlem en will b e iu a ttend­ ance a t the ofllce o f t h e Agency o f the Com p any, a t such time a s m a y b e c o n v enient to a p plicants. AU com m u n ications directed to the undersigned will be prom p tly answered. A ll p aym ents for which the Company mav b e liable, wiU be m ade in tho city o f New Y o rk. J. E. U NDERHILL, Agent, Office, No. 50 Fulton s treet, Brooklyn. Brooklyn, S e p tem b e r 3d, 1849. s3 t f SA L E —By virtue o f an execution is­ sued o u to f the S u p rem e c ourt o f the state o fN e w Y o rk, to m e d irected and delivered, I will expose for sole ut p u b ­ lic a u ction a t th e Franklin House, No. 15 Fulton street, in tho city of Brooklyn, o n the 24th d a y o f Novem b er,1849, a t 12 o’clock, a tn o o n , of th a t duy, a ll the right, title and interest which A q u ilta B. England h a d on the l l t h day o f J u n e , 1846, or atony lim e afterwards, of, in and to All the northern e q u a l moiety o r h a lf part o f th a t c e rtain lo t * •• ----------- ' * ---- 1 I,.;,,,,,,,,,! |},p sev a f o r e s a i d , .................... . map o f property purchased by George W ashington Pine from John 8 padcr a n d I’hebG his wife, d a te d Septem b e r 17, 1833 , surveyed by S idney C. H erbert, und filed as of record in the office\ o f the Clerk of the said county of K ings, a s sec­ tion num b e r seventy-six (76), and the said northerly h a lf of 6aid section hereby conveyed and intended so to be, is bounded westerly hi front by Clinton a v enue, laid dow n on said m a p ; northerly on o n e side by section n u m b e r seventy- four (74) on said map; easterly in th e rear by land o f the heirs of Jacob Uycnson deceased; and southerly on the other side hy tho southerly moiety or h a lf p a rt of s a id sec­ tion n u m b e r seventy-six, and the snid northerly h a lf o f said section n u m b e r seventy-six hereby convoyed, contains in width, in front and rear fifty feet, a n d in length on ouch sido two h u n d red a n d thirty-one feet a n d s ix inches, bo the sam e adm easurem ents more or less. Together with a ll and singular the tenem ents, heredita­ m e n ts and appurtenances thereunto belonging or iu a n ywise appertaining. Dated Brooklyn, Oct, 12,1849. o !2 law ts DAN’L VAN VOOUIIIS, Sheriff. T h e above sale is postponed until th e 8th dny o f De­ cem b er, 1849, at the sam e nour and placo. Dated Brooklyn, Nov. 24th, 1849. DAN’L V A N VOORHIS, n2S l a w t s Sheriff. ~W ffJSSSN’S EX T R A C T S —T h e richest variety o f L u a A bin’s perfum e ry nt tho Drug store, 184 Fulton s treet— LAM B E R T ’S—Price* sm a ll bottles, 50 c t s ; large 75 cents* m h 2 i tf _ ____________________________________ A C A R D —Mrs. D E L A FLEC H E L L E , fegSJof W a shington Place, (Pacific street, three s ar * * doors a b o v e Powers) is now prepared to give essona on th e PIAN O FO R T E , to such Young Ladies a s m ay wish to obtain a thorough knowledge of M U SIC.— From ber Jong e x p erience a n d im p roved method, she fa en­ couraged to a nticipate a share of the p u b lic patronage. T h e beet ot city and country reference cau be given. F o r terms, fac.t apply a s nbove. oI6 2weod AGENTS WANTED FOR THE KNICKERBOCKER MAGAZINE. Enterprising, a ctive agents a re w a n ted in every town a n d city in tbe U n ited States,toprocuresubscribersfontho Knick­ erbocker. To c o m p e tent, active persons, w ith satisfactory references, the m o st,liberal term s will be allowed. Apply p o s tp a id to SA M U E L HUESTON, 139 N a ssau s treet. GREAT INDUCEMENT TO SUBSCRIBE FOR THE KNICKER­ BOCKER. FOUR YEARS FOR TEN DOLLARS. T h e undersigned will give th e volum e o f the K n icker­ bocker for the year 1847, ’48, ’49, and 50, to all persons w h o will rem it to him §10, in funds c u rrent in this c ity, post p a id. Back volum es o f num b ers supplied, and a com p lete s e t for sale. Specim e n numbers s e n t free o f c h arge on a p p lica­ tion, post p aid. T erm s —§ 5 p e r a n n u m in advance. All rem ittances m u s t bo m a d e to * SAMUEL HUESTO N , Publisher, n5 tf 139 N a ssau s treet, N ew Y o rk. M T U U ’ S CHOROGRAEHY fa M APPING CARDS— * T h e attention ofthe public in g eneral, and of S c h o o . Teachers and those interested in schools in particular, is in­ vited to th e above works. T h e first consists o f a s eries o f plates, b e ing sim p ly the lines o f latitude a n d longitude, o n wbich m a y be d raw n the maps o f the w o rld a n d its v a rious parts, to w h ic h are added suitable instructions. T h e lo s t or© c a rds o f a b o u t five b y eight inches, o n th e u p p e r p a r t o t whicii a re m a p s of p a rts of the e arth, and o n ih e lower are the lines of latitude a n d longitude o n w h ic h to copy the m a p above. Published a n d for sole by A . M. W IL D E R ,51 F u lto n s tr e e t. n l 4 and W ILD E R & CO, 139 A tlantic s t. C S l I i V E r e * PE A R L , AND T O R T O ISE S H E L L Card f e C a s e s,of «very sty.e,rorBalochova^ h y E n n o E F 5 W a tc h m a k e r and Je w e ll e r , 146 F u l t o a b . j P i f c E J f i i i m n m r s f a — , ^ AND SHOE ST O R E — D a v i d M u n d e l l is h a p p y to inform his friends a n d c u stom ers th a t he is b a ck to h is o ld s tand, No. J1D F u lton s treet, w h e re he intends to k e en a good general a ssortm e n t o f L a d ie s’ and Gentlemens* BOOTS and SHOES, o f tho first quality and latest sty le; particular a ttention paid to the selection o f the best F rench C alfskin a n d best sol© leather, so t h a t no g e n tle man m a y d e spair o f getting a g o o d b o o t a n d e legant fit, a t ma3 D. M lJNDELL’S, IIG Fulton s t. Brooklyn. A MiEifi-aUAN A W tf£ '- 5 J N I O l* I ,497Broadway,N.Y. T h e undersigned having been appointed one o f the Honorary Secretaries* for the American A rt Union, for B rook­ lyn a n d its vicinity, h e reby g i v e snotice to members a n d those who intend to subscribe, tliat ho will receive their subscrip­ tions nnd furnish certificates o f m em b ership, at his office, Is o, 43 Fulton s treet. ST E P H E N CROW E L L . T h e foliowiugftn nn e x tract from the Bulletin for October, T h e Bulletin contains a Ust o f 330 w orks o f Art, already p u r ­ chased, for d istribution, on th e S lst o f December u e x t, a n d it will he furnished gratuitously to all subscribers. TO TH E FRIENDS OF TH E AMERICAN ART-UNION, “ The current year ofthe Institution is drawing to a close. It is of t i i k h i g h e s t i m p o r t a n c e th a t all who intend to subscribe should do so i m m e d i a t e l y * in order that the com ­ m ittee may m a k e a judicions investm ent o fthe receipts.— W c trust that this consideration alone v/ill induce the p a triot­ ic nnd c u ltivated among o u r citizens to enroll themselvcB nt once upon the list o f m e m b e rs. Every o n e must see how d e­ sirable it is that tho n u m b e r o f subscribers should a tleast, n o t fail off. T h e Managers, thus far, have no reason to e x p ect such a re&iut® but e v erything m u st d e p e n d upon the prom p t­ ness and liberality o fth e friends of A rt. Although there is no one object in the list o f w o rks now’ offered for distribu­ tion, bo cosily as the four pictures o f the “ Voyuge o f Lifo,” it is n otwithstanding true that t h e c h a n c e o f o b t a i n i n g a p a i n t i n o o f t h e F iR o T c l a s s is m u c h moro favorable the present year than it w a s the layt. T h e num b e r o f h igh cost pictures will be greater. T h e character of all the w orks to b© d istributed will b e higher. T h e inducem ents, in every way, for becoming a s u b scriber, are g reatly superior n o w to thos© ever before presented. Among tho pictures to be drawn for is the excellent w ork • o f Mr. Gray. “ Tbo wages of wiu*,” tho cost of w h ich was §1590, “ T h e a ttainder o f Stratford,” by Leutze, puinted upon a commission for the Society, for $1,000, ana Mr. Huntington’s “ Marys at the Sepulchre,” the price o f w h ich was S1200. There a re eight other pictures, by D u rand, Gray, W h ite, Doughty, Inness, Wonzler, E dm onds, a n d Rothemel, the average cost o f which was about §000. Thero are very m any o thers, at prices va­ rying from $200 to §500, and num e rous works at sm aller — A n.n Y.mtntifni nnd hitrhlv finished sketches N I N E V A S 5 AND ITS REM AINS—W ith an a c c o u n o f a visit to th e Chaldean Christians, a n d Y e ridis, o r Devil w o r s h ip p e d ; und an inquiry into th e m a n n e rs ©nd arts o f th e ancient S yrians, by A u sten H e n ry L a y a rd, E s q . lB tvol.§2. For s a le hy A . M. W ILD E R , 51 F u lton s t, and jip 7 _________________ W ILD E R fa CO., 151 Atlantic Bt. A n e w a n d v a l u a b l e r e a d i n g b o o k io r the higher classes in schools—H a lf h o u r? w ith tho b e s t A u thors. Selected and arranged w ith sh o rt biographical aotes. B y Charles Knight. School e d ition h a l f bound i s muslin—price 81. F o r sale by A . M. W ILDER, 51 F u lton s t r a n d fel4 W ILDER & CO., 151 A tlantic st. *BT OSOT CHILDREN— Mrs. ANDREW OAKES having B A kindly o ffered to receive Into hor family and take care of c h ildren who m ay have strayed from their h o m es, so as to enable Parents a n d G u a rdians m o re readily to recover th e m : TH IS IS TO G IV E N O T ICE to all persons in whose hands Lost C hildren m a y come that the offer h a s b e en ac­ cepted w ith thanks, and it is earnoetly roquested that such may b e token to the store of Mr. P arsons, No. 5 Myrtle a v e ^ that they may be taken c are of. liy order o f tho Com m on Council. je l 2aw tf * 1 / 0 N E W S P A P E R S FO R SA L E A T this f 25 s e n t- or hundred. ryiug n u m vv» » v ' ' —, —— ---- prices, some of them beautifu l and high ly finished sketch©: by tiio most distinguished artists. N ew paintings will be constantly a d d ed. L e t i l bo rem e m b e red also that twenty copies in bronze, from a superb statuette by Brown, repre­ senting a “ Young Indian H u nter,” and two hundred andfifty bronzom cdaJs o f Col. Trumbull* will bo included in the distribution. Each morn bur will also b© entitled to a choice ongruving on steel by Smillie from the second and m o st e x ­ cellent o f the series o f th© “ Voyage o f Life,” and to a s e t ot six etchings in outline by Dnrloy, illustrating “ T he Legend ot Sleepy JIollow, and finished in th e sam e stylo w ith th o Rip Van W inkle, which has been so m u c h admired. Tho Gallery fa open e v ery day, Sundays exempted, a t 497 * Broadway, Now York. Admission F r e e . o!7 t f WATCHES AND JEWELRY, j. T H E subscriber has a n e w stock o f v e ry rich g o o d s, from w h ich h e can sell a t lh e following reduced pri* Fine Gold w a tches ................ “ Silver “■ ............... “ Gold w a tch-keys ........ “ “ studs ...................... “ “ chain-slid© . “ “ ribbon p i n s .. . . . <• “ ear-h o o p s ............ “ u gunrd-chains.... “ “ vest-chains................ “ “ fob-chains ........... u “ bracelet clasps. “ 44 44 w ith stone. 44 44 flnger-rings. - “ 44 p e n s . . . . . . . . 44 44 pe n ci ls. ~. . 44 44 tooth-picks................ 44 44 th im b le s ................ 44 Silver “ ............... 44 G old lockets for m iniature 44 44 cam eo pins. 44 Stone fins® . ......... 44 Silver spectaclos. 44 44 com b s ......... ' Silver tea spoons, a n d order n t the low e st rate, and of flno silver* a t VV. J . V A N D E R H O E F ’S, Je30 t f 146 Fulton street, Brooklyn. \ C A R D — C A R D S!—To L a d ies nnd G e n tlem en going . r_ o u t o f town* o n d to young LadiesjC o m ing O u t’.’—T h a t useful, i f not indispensable, personal com m o d ity, a n e a t Visiting o r a d d ress Card, can b e b o w o ll s u p p lied am ong o u r ­ selves as to obviate nny research for o n E n g raver of one’a “good n a m e ,” e lsewhere. As o ccasion requires, also, Cards announcing a change of name (W e d d ing C ards) con b e s u p ­ plied e n g raved tastefully and w o rkm a n like, b y jelG WM. W ISE , Jr., 79 F u lto n s treet. .from S 1 5 00 to £60 00 . 3 00 tt 30 00 . ti I 00 tt 3 00 tc 3 7 « tt 2 00 ic 25 tt 2 00 tt 37K tt 2 00 tt 37J* tt 6 00 m it 10 00 tt 20 00 tt 6 00 tt 18 00 tt (i 00 tt 20 OO tt 1 00 tt 5 00 tt 3 00 tt 10 00 tt 50 tt 10 00 tt 1 50 tt 3 00 # tt I 25 tt 12 00 tt 1 25 tt 3 00 tt 3 00 tt ’ 4 50 tt 25 tt 50 re tt 1 00 <c 15 00 it 1 50 t. 6 5G it 75 tt 2 0Q it 1 00 tt I 73 ,. tt 2 00 tt 4 00 nds o f silver-w a re , m a d e to

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