New-York commercial advertiser

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Title:
New-York commercial advertiser
Uniform Title:
New-York commercial advertiser (New York, N.Y. 1831)
Alternate title:
New York commercial advertiser
Physical Description:
59 v. : ; 66 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
Francis Hall & Co.
Place of Publication:
New York N.Y
Creation Date:
June 18, 1835
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular

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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- New York (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- New York County (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- New York -- New York -- New York
Coordinates:
40.716667 x -74 ( Place of Publication )

Notes

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Available on microfilm from the New York Public Library.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Jan. 3, 1831-Aug. 31, 1889.
General Note:
Publishers: John B. Hall and Francis Hall, 1844-<1853>; Francis Hall & Co., <1855-1863>; Commercial Advertiser Assn., <1864-1876>.
Funding:
Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 11512345
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Preceded by:
Commercial advertiser (New York, N.Y. : 1809)
Preceded by:
New York times and evening star (New York, N.Y. : Daily)
Succeeded by:
Commercial advertiser (New York, N.Y. : 1889)

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NEW-


COMMERCIAL


FRANCIS & JOHN B.


PUBLIC SALES.
WM. B easANLIN. aeOTiitoiT,
Y( WD2. H. FRANKLf. i 0f &SO CO.
OPPsi's No. 5 BsoranDeef,
WF[NI 5DIY Fe-s NOTICFO-Th-,
At 1I o''io.-k at h It l.' e-rntni Ei .'hb ns r. be
feiroe'nSale- bas s ir.ti .ii.t h.i. ad Is.3, Slti tate
sTone -h warI. tk own as N, 217 E s s eiii ,li. I t t
Saset fromneothweieieivorner.. ll.iter and Ee r
beingllfeett Dgnatd rer. 4 r
erlyalds. and 68 feet 5 Ins on the MONDAYl
At 12 O'Oelt. at the
a R .erc. THURSDAY. Feb. t 1. This l
At t Oc'coci. at the Mrrhaots Escrhang. en
Izesilve Sale onl 1 Valuable Loits on Broalway. Ldwloi-, t
ASveu hsth.11b 7th. th and 9th av-
4K la h5111,8Lth t6b. 41t5. PLh 7uh. 76th. eSh. .nLe. eth
Sind 110-h in-. them,
Bnsadway- 8olon Elastn ide of Broadway bewiren 47lh
nd 4M at etnloding in reouigo to tb av These
Al..Sm 2 with frame hue Lhereon. E corner Broodway b b
andi ih at.
&mI It on the East side of Broedway. bet lween T l I and
67th aerbela the nor
L Also. 4 lots sn the SW e sroer Broad wy atd atdb .L
Also.$8lad on side rn.oall4 lo t iw edi-0. 1 1 T th tie I
Leozelnon avenue. I lot 00 West aode Lex-.ingat a&. betWI. e
uSad sit A eta s l
Sib avveate- 1 ht i-n hb 8Kes crer of th av. and 6 1.6
ing u reets: s tw ieonfront. a h
nlko. I lto 4.11. cr
J av Inuea2 I... W. v.,' dta t.. 9e1t9 d and 90 Sur. 11
oth avenue-I 1.t -an urS. N e,.eh 5iha as h Th
i avenne-7 loios en W. side si av Includmin nor
ISLo and Akn St.. the lot
h- A.. lots on S.W.cor ut av andt id St.
Also. St1s on SW. or ah e and 7tb an .
AlscoI lot with building thiteon E. @id', ish av. b6ttreen bdth
and tlt ass. fee I
5th aue-- Ilots. to.ethr writh the building the-re-m la
aUTwn asgnath' iotel. on W.l ai
at, 8a The brick hoene and lotN
,hikhstrne5-5 lots on N. side PLIt .L comment ng t
W. of Bradiway. between irodw. Ie ind Bth av.
41dstrvhetZolasonN site421 st.C0ms1n,1in031
Ith avenue. S
4id areet- loton S. side 4d St. 100lt W. of 7tha rv. 31. fe e
Ins width. cotmD n ti
eethr srB--1I tn N. n sids 4ith s,.btwseD 6th i-o 7iar Va
f61i Street-- Iota on i 1m-I. Ol, l., st. bet
usd 4it avmis evr u t o
Nibmtan et--I tot N. side 65 h I t. It,) ft W. i sv
Nh street- Llot 1 tide SA, 11. ln In sO rear 0. the ilat de
ealseslsd Is andlrf th
filth saf-ee lots S. tde i-th St. e
ith avenue W9it ste- Il
Nth Street--3 ots 8 side Ct,'h st. b-li een 7tt and a th bet
each about Igo I de ep. ed
h armerset-- 4 I, aS i N .de 7sb st.hsieowi 7th an-l Sth av
lth stiet- I lot t. ide .e t. Ir, i. %7f ittn av. I
qitt tree t- Iw tN d ldr e .-t ,aml b t1e t and O he aeVde
N Ibstreet-SisN. 2 Los e.Ahlli% be.o n ft anfeth A ;e
19th street--a ltlA N. @d, Ii-,n Lh0.t ea~nmst an ootaLt
tE, UFEi loteiay Ns1lobIh 411,46191611LaI


frontbybt ~ ~f brick fronti house andn hoot Nofe 4ic
111n sr1t or l.e Books may be obtained at tVe wac,
Also thetireer brick hoti
ItsAvenne--2lote on tte west side of 7th atenue, between
WillcHill etats. sean nxd ft. Jn tea
Sr fRIDAY. Feb.4p ted em and ex
At 12 o'clock. at the Merchants' Exchange. stree
Cherry strteet-The four itory dwelling tot
thee Etoy dwenu in the rear. No. 150 hery streeet.- Gn
ith fee Snory oe Chee street;on the I ae
Sw~ tharine. saz Mairketi Street.Lt ettto
o y 112 fcet7 inches ee. Front house feet 4 Inches a
05ont s rear by 47 fee 6 laches deep on the Westerly side
46 feet S tiheles on he Easterly side, Therear hous is
2tee t4tinch's front by 20foottdeep. Maps at
*a ovtvemfrom Monroe Pace. Wavlni

byio te s blioeok.s
eutor's acle-West Twenty first street-The two stdry a
itk frmoat house and lnt, No. 219 Westlalt s
iWrthote e of the st, rt, between 6 ann 9th av. Lot 0 ft b
i ttle lork. N.B.-Sale absolute for cash.
Forty Second rtreet-Two arg our story hous and


~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ,i f Brit-hHvlu soury snktore o o
Wt stores, eon the North aide of 42d street
Vlphd an-oues commencing 200 ftfrom 9th y. tos A ft t
y alf the fidoc 44t r i I
(Il striet--lae three story brick dw
S ofr dIa- N 491 Ohffstrert. Thelot lfeetI tinohas ont
ireiilapa th rcar. 41 ft iIn oatloe side and 40 ft alos on s
thet= al' e abs rute al
V ableProperty corner Waten strel .
WatHoteet- hats valuable 8 story brick store ai lot of
greud sted on the corner of Water street and Cat
l Agknown as No. 14 Catheritne dlo. The lot has a oat on 4
sted surseet an ft. and o ftoe cga
CatbetInm shp-Aiso, that valuable 8 story brick stere auit
l~ot o greend cdjelnlog n Catherine slip, known asNo. i.--
lot lIwo ft bntoan uiatherneslo and 4ft deep. f
31; 1,-Tae buildings cover the e
Laures____________ tret-A rn story br
ALaeiT IL SntOOLa. AUOTIOtNEmS
RIK ALBERTT I., NI tOLAY. Alo, te ad
OPieu sill W a. stpan. attan Buldings. Laurens
Sib avenne-4 valuable buildi
A H. IN. ill give hlsaprsooial attention to Sales of Real t
tg lanietogs, at the Merchants Exchange. on A a
Alsm. to &eSM ofFtrniture. at'thea
seNeralMet e 11
Aregitstery Ik aeptfor the disposal of Real Estate, Stocks Aw
It prlvao sado, 'and for the procuring of money on Bond suit o



flWtcesgse ____________ lug~ fro tal~a~S.Ut~~a~p.&3.
frame tforpo r S tia and ose


Stnbgtal~ig.jill5 lfetrom
TUESDAY, Febriuau & rett, e fro m
rent. from the 101b June 1850.
AtlS o'clot at tian. M,:rbas-ta Exchange.
Psitive Sale of VIm h al Properyb, at Ne
Solraladncarl bhdhit iuatI fn the northeast o
Ma dtt Warren streets. Newark. J.; lot 10 feet





P = By order ofi thefooithexecutorw~
gtnet and rear by At1 feet 9 ins. on one side and L44 feet on t
other sidTe. in devth nearly equal to six fuh tos. l
imilemlnonsistsof a 4 story eSubsanniat brick building.
tafron andr ,r. ant etO feet deep. A2 s tory sick bea
Ing 20 test front und rear. aud 112 feet9 Inches deep. Also.
I story brkK building ajoIIng, e50 faet front sud rear a
eat an sed as the engine house. together with everyartl
TetrenaIeto ior rnuIn i t oe mill. The Asteam euine is about
So rI0 owero. and the water from 6 to 10 horse Power,
This mll hto been in sucesful operation for several years,
b eWeanlluateU for any extensive manufacturing business
sod is used as a brass foundry, rrist mil.
et aAl.etor ec ete Al
There are almost daily apoliatleors for rooms with steam ior
11 eoidre ttrvhesl,:h re
watr power. tS this is cons idered the mosst exensIve m i
Newark.o d there beig none for sev ies
rali and convenient p d within mne
Street alroeadS depot. I
twarkit In onlynine miles a fromthe ity ofew i
road. The cars leave Jersey OiLy every haliar i 'us untI
'clock at nigbt. ar the comm
FAI to rty brings in a rent when al occupied, o
Year sa isnisured for l4,-11 The sale will be orem ptor
the highest bdrler, and offers an exei lent op
vestmen f tocapitL ttie indisputable.- l
She psarebase money can remain on-bWnd aid mo
lhoraptlo maps and full particulars can be obtane t
.4ply`Xo the auctioneer. No. 40 Wallst Va
WEDNSSDAY. FebS. land together With L1
At 12 o'.lock. at the l fe o rant' Exchange. on th
Perom st-ry be of 'aluable Property. to close a trust, frs
psh twe' Valual
0th aetneet-i lots on N. side 0tha st, SxIo ft Jh ins
W.of i fla. betw Sid and 4th ave ith street Is opened
aind tments p.A and a petition has hbeen sent ia to nave 4
It led Improvemtents are oilgr on adjoining tnelse lots.
satrAe 9 I on n side 9 at St, l2.xtuO ft 4 hin: also 10
hoLa, jouis.1is. 1 it I tasby I,) it L, inu, J7" It IL el Itn as. Se-
tw.ern Edane's to ass t
AToottaon tSe.e, ith e-Ie liiti i-sre % 3j! rfetline Wandtl
5th ave btw bi a ia. "
sd t reet-l ,ie oit' 01 ,.i eat.-i et 0,, ito leIa hy ],ia ft. 1, 11
ftI lIu W Ot ad, I itweeo n 2-4 1 and A &VS. 'I I re--,t i Aral
d and amsmmtnLtq paid. Yo,e B IA, arilsset will tn era e
r d tba n adt,d Y to -3 sul- ,n. ayd will nO sa-id t1o1se s-. i o
Ot to a mbrU ie .uf i 441# l l
-r, I0 inn .eOP.n'i Fmm
od areleoeihth ga i Ik, eaecr nWe ao r
O1 free ri-r roks LL f<-r :s-i t n
8davenue-4 io lot Dan .uilthearIL c.)rosr.eI av(sritsoe b t
Sat-t. 55set Smsbyl -ite-i 64Lb snet isopenladsisal at- Wi
ssaremenU pmac. An hpphal Wi0 hadsh itn madd W, s erle and %ari
regulate the atre, t.iwte Is rf, Fared to tie btres deparI-
mUnt. Cr rl 151 smmt
Ala 1 K*t --To loets r5 h on .l-.ur l ",:Inh sirnsl o" bl IM
ret Stn M tifeo b. E.t ast I-L verii L, bltseen 14W a
I ih avenlues,. cn so
nphbirsl u-OnF lIt on r. sibh bi-uidn ore. 1hi ree ni.i w
bS~foesSinl.S..le-.taola easi 51t115 ad
d nth aeneues Trherei- ti s 'ur t un OUlt. a a prt-y. F
lbeotian to Ild, lot .1.1 al l i
Ittn said ie blet Is rewerr'ld as I Sis7fi-'i pal L
tar street--Ino Lhr.-erlt,, lW3 h-lt. an I Im .)k agn: oA
.eL. iCsedarIreet. 5,0.-d .f trtis o t-. i a .-J ln widt
and rear byi[ S e t left Oh -i i ti.. 51
lo we4lsina, iDirpitrl, tm 55c1-iiirI.ti THUR
oQ ors hs eIb con nse i r p-c yeo r an r i sirs' a
tieoywould altrl I an eslnele o isi.4-u cn rem in
bond @at mortasge at a, urr e-tn. p c
h e--- Q at, e-o. ner 6Sh avenue a-n tb e pci
St b te et p iles I n. f.r, :5 ,d un-I '4atsrs tos atimoehi gra
These IoA AM Ui&lJy i It I ItL th. grade and fres r oom
rock. C o i
A1.9 I lot on est aloe i' N,,8i,. 7A ft s In- north of I ha
beetuetnD BUT. a.d Te )t.,..1 J.1;t i,a by ;e I i It i.
GOh asere-1l On est C'2iA,.le li b.')e 5 I 8U, os, ofth
Sth at betwenthano "L .th boa8 e ,.1 It 6 Ins hd
l liflast-oUri.-Irhel rre .ru tiroiie aseire.deein g..
lot.,n n rihsd-oIl ,iLi,,h 6t. gn,,wo A- NO LJ,. o -Q N
1,111 hd 5 1 lt Ii i u rg i, 3 ,,x I-i l ',se e t. n U ,e Ju sI '
Rdnts noowlot 1. an. a 1-ir.u ll tsear fir e1l-li. Sul '
remaldnanbon.s doudnUtwsie. t L 7 p la,
ouendiu D ,, tai, 0- ai.- i a nt.-] i d-L hd
Thele TIAP Or. al 5eaUili.ilfc sP -.Lel I .-r l0
ment mblto, thelt De i sir eointo oi nafer(. U U
Inntte. in a rap.i-'y gerUait neiM,'eurS o Land the sOle h
(rustoee iIt LLIAa iris.) onir eud l eI, col-me oen ti
"Mse=n,, us el sisilt I ,iy is liopateal F A






Co... ~ v 21b. Id.Y.aId
Atthe purchbsesr to be allowed th
eMmae M. tluL=.i~ edoTriiossa from t
-DY JAMtEE SE MiLLE &k 51. ad to
Eisons No. 81 Mast.ss Li standing accept
S-S-tIhn payment for theoaoebod
TeUiRSDAY. FTb t ofareen p
- 1 -o'clc k at hek s, No.e Mu Wila F rP
55 Itulilsen str cc- I he ls.u.e 00 I IOt N




WaStel lS. betas n d wrOi en-i Plui'-. ,ireet- Tae lot
AS fet. eilb a S .iSar, si" yti,, L t its .elth under rcelar
hosement, mui'. ieanri..a 4t-., b
A&l .llteta iheNa.ian siroef East I7ih street. It feet 1
l-ohsa west Irem slsenue,. winO a twa-st.ryframe dwelling
enid steal. Canto,5 reain nt.of .. t
A, T. ,osa AUCOOUtO5,
T HlAGGERTY, JONE &o CO. 'kon
8TOne 54 Witts~au C'l5nsT. em ____ 3 les-i e
TUEDAY. Pelt 1. N.Y andha
At 10 o'clock, at the octiouronieo. of
]P Im Eale.-Al mouts credit. fo





'VAlMo, the tsiue o the property
iotee te u aackages Foreign and American Dry Goodsalt-






caelraythe ra i 'vou.
able ifor thtps-natad,
WEDNtDAY.hFeb l. aeiof. T oheM
At t 1 o'clock at the salesreom, No. Sc Wills-in o ta dPin
MaBtinr-leornof s 4. D Sand 64nwhe and
Alsongne 176 rolls fancy hs-rlenuln mat log
5.e frotllsd.marred moasting, balance of inioces n
Steloa es and sampeon mrigo ae ie
itkDNkIeD &YFeb 9. be al
Alt1 O'clock, at the sales room Nos. 71 and 71 South at.
Freh lss .-Cargo of thle B. Howard. mortgae
Itvmd from hianton, vonsaltin of--
Suseun Hyson 8kIn
Youngt Hyson Twanksy
:[ evon Te'ankay Orange Pence
awder
n ice lId Sn8uchong FUNIUE A
ouctieong' Chulan uttn toae
Es the easos variety of. packages. Casalogttes and sample
eases ready the Oarv previous. _______
emtasos n~arna. Anotuogasa.
DY 1I9tMEON OttPEII.
Opieso 44_Pta. 8raser. Ooses WILLIAM. Superilor
wRIDA Y, Feb. 4. Na o 12t Harl
At 1136o'clock, at the Slerchants,'Exchange. sod
By order of a. t5. Dambinana, executor-


Cna Exohaege ank. or *100 each.
sfethe eater.on "asi i ttAdsn ir aI 'OsCompn
OfesreecenwUb EA--
sn sarescwieiansinieFKELLU[OUCIO eaeh. ci *
liares Hoeatoan c Rt. (-ld stock) of t0 esoe'. -
40 shares Mohawk and Hudson RR of t
14 "lare N American Frinrac of e
4IShgres equitable Fireua.Oo.of Ina .
sahadesy Farmers- Loan as-I lruatiCo.pa
MONDAY. Fe7 b. 2L 3 7
At 12 o'clock, at the
Lgsle of Chenooml torr, by order or W. H. LeRoy. Navy S
Aset-Twent, six chronometers. as follows: E
Bs Parklswm & oasaham. Nes .9i ioL 1491, 20M. t839.13ai
8611. tr t 1195 147. 11 0.171, li t, 1& 13.
By Arnold. 140, By arnold A french. 143& ByAds 8t
By tettedll T.. rBy Crunch. 617t. ky Rbert Rselo8tot and
S4. By Cha Young. 169. By Grant. 10,I
9 By Bernice, Ael.
The above y beseen in the meantIme at eetabl
of D, ggert A on, NO. 2o Pea 1 st. until the cay o a
'whllpliae they will be delivered to parohasers on an order
f troe auctioneer, choic
Teamm-Cash on receiving such order.
0. w. ToaB
BY F. H. 4L C. W. FOSTER. N OTi
STOai No. 41 BReAD ram il No.. &038 S.,
_No. _1.7,, Ut., -. per.21. ca
WEDNESDAY. Feb. 3. No.a41
At I o'clock. at the auct on room. N
BSPEIALT. SALE-IMPOEf N 1 SALE OF DOfLFUS MR'% In t
& 0O' PRINTED GOODS, by order of the agents, f. Otti.
nests A Co
1i bales JACONETS. ORGANDIE. PEROULEB and BRI.
LAST 9 i comanrsig she entire PN m
2cbes MOU, SlElNE DRE LALNE, of the neiw el
exit- finaei. andof light texture, sulieaole for S xAt $
'The attention of the Trade i particularly requested t0 this
sle as It wil be the ONLY ONE4 made by the agents this
season. having been
Costolouese on the morning of the asiae. be
JAMESG.K_ JA ING& S
A. X. uMawns.0v rtoxiesa. New Y
BY BA.'GS.sDtOlTlIt&. i l
T... stTSAI.5s ROO, 13 PARE ROW. Ail -Ut
IFFTYSEVSNTH NEW YORK TRADESALE. -SliLIM
Tobe comneunre oon MONDAY. 2lst -Maren. Imi. iit
BANG&. BUit StitA CJ. asolict rniiomeat, ol Rooks. I
fl Ionestry. Htertotpe PiAtes. Binders' .'lti. LoCtIier, So.,
*ir ihe nest rrutir uh,-le cl:. tr. he Fj
sabovedase. P rucslar. i)r lbe prinuag aih-il os-nrished
bs theith i-' January iJUs i. wi.a L Li. ,j s in ,rlujtrnmi
thscaulatioise wit bec.imameced.
bhe usual cash s,-n,, fal, be ndeji on t
.eaeds, when ue.irei. FVFM1O D L IA!B
MONDAY EVENING. 1 raweio -
At6o'oiol. at the auction room. Dlsoh l
Private LibrIr- -i rNashh and AmeNrican Boks. embr- i as

Elan ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ lagrge Andtlc'~leu8~~ccA>nltan ofse qt
doea areat vati. pr of vealls ,inoadaxrd
tnd nIi sl man, fl re hear tlo-s and an large colle tion o
Tams[llaseonalil -isturA vian e onetO new 1a5 PO as src
alear punblications. I ll.
W5.DNiSi1ASY EVENING. ge as
acrOentry
At 8 o'clock. at the auction tm. Cf
Itanddaid atM IOiclleOa los -A las-N e asstent of


Bt tsR LM H_ i '.i aBB ~ w ? edIn .um.L r n
valu.ble stanlrc works In thevartous brances.nd area
variesy of oepma miscellaneous literature, emorciug many Le
cholee pubtt lcLatIOn Alsaa col f
Beaks,. _L__________ It b Pla
White Plats,&or P. Pe-rry.
jo us. vAI;AwiTx AUTnoBuo
DY JurI L. VA ftVW & rVH & CO. E%JAI
AUOTIONEIEJCAR Ci%. & 1OMtIhN MERtltUi sN I, RD au
1%as V RotIa is sA aL aoDwar.Bk. Ind'u
Inoosfn.II
ALBbuelie- I In the SUCtion aid Cemmntssion




O1atneosa-Of the Aubur mannfA
6aICs aJti-s balnemnreqaIt. frpals be M)n


EAIIAUL&* HAZARD. frddoth 1t.
&iJ. wAAR AV ONU1-
BY CVV'lFI h &~ H%'DOCIL,
8eogs No. 7 Duress I swu'. O u
ATPRvrEBan ] k.anfontl0.
04reds-f the Anburnno
P WAl~N MUT~e.Il-l-bale-prim e qmaty__f-r~als bv -h I.
i1[XA 16A a ALA ZARtD. dot so J


PUBLIC

ff1. LUOLOW
BY E. .
No. It WALL n
Real Estate at publ
Loans an Real tEs
WEDNESDAY
At I o'clock. at the
Whltestree;-The 3 story bri
21 by t
Division street-The 2 story
22 Division st; Ilot4 ft front.a
anda 9 it 8 il
Elm street-The 8 story bric
Elm st; lot 21 ft 3 ins front
FRIDAY,
At 12 o'clock at the
Valuable property corner of
Water street-That valuable 8
ground situated on the corner
knwN as N.o 12 Catharine sat.
of 40 ft and 20 f
Catharine street-Also. that v
and lot of ground adjoining
No. 14. The lot is 2 feet front
dep
nT. B-The buildings c
WEDNESDAY
At 12 o'clock, at th
Supreme Court-Under the di
sher
2ist street-One lot on the south
Inches west from Ave
Also. one lot on tne south side
west from Avenue
Greenwich street-Au undivided
with the buildings thereon on
street. 17 feet south from Tro
Greenwich street be ng 24
Lewis street-The lot of la
thereon.on the easterly alle
and Broome streets. and kn
82id street-One lot on the sout
west of 6th avenue. 20 feet
Cherry sreet-The reside of
years of a plot of ground on O
legal notice in the Tf
Leasehold property on Washin
lots. with thetwoesubsantisl
934 and 236 Washington street,
run utan an nul are and rent
renewal-Full particulars at th
Wall s
MONDAY,
At 12 o'clock, at the
17th stieet-i lot on the nort
east from the thb avenue, and
25 by
Supreme Court-Ender the di
Sher
9th street-1 lot on the south
from avenue B: 20 ft
2d street- 1 lot on the souther
from avenue a being It ft 3
Wil7th street--tlotson the nor
and 4th
9td street-I lots on the nort
and 6th avenues 2
Executor's bale-rThe 2 t"sr
the Westerly side of Jackson
at,. san known as No. 51 J
10th avetue-- lot on the so
and #5th st., 25 f
Also. 5 lota on the nest side
lots on the south: e
45th rtreet- lots on the south
west of 10th av; each 20
Fourth Avenue- 8 lots. compr
avenue, between 39th and e
39th and 40th streets-3 loti.o
Slots on the south side of 40
the rear. each
WEDNESDAY
At 12 o'clock, at the
Supreme Court-Under the dl e
llth street-I lot on the north
of 3d avenue 21 feet I inches
plaintiff'
4th street-The 8 story brick h
of 4th str. between Lalfyetie
as No. 879 4tr at %A Inthr
Poslilve sale of Valuable P
streets-51 ots on the southea
st-each 30 it front on Du
Also 2 lots fronting on 0ourc
on the rear, each 1s
WEDNE-DAY
At 12 o'clock, at the
Peremptory Sale, (by order of
erty on Whitehall and Marketfie
of Isaac Pierson. deceased-Th
8 story brick dwefings there
between Marketfleld and Stone
24,4 Marketflld at. which conne
For particulars see s
sesTR a. LEED
BY HENBY H.
SALES Room No. 8 WALL
HENRY H. LEEDS will give his
of Real Estate, Stocks. Ac, at
to sales of Household Furniture
all which are repoc,
MONDAY.
At 0I o'clock, at t
Large Sale of Real Honiton
cap, capes, hibk lace jackets ve
ot various beautiful patterns v
nests, pattern (toi andfother ri
Ladies are invited to
A lso, a large assortment f
ctase a mortgage, zl-Laniesa
rings. Tickets. watch keys, sea
pins. pearl, garnet pin, cross
pencils, sleeve buttons
Aloo, an assortment of Jew
Ware. and other fancy goods,
Gao. H. ANORa
BY ANDRIEtWi S
&I TEs AUCTION MiAT, 139 BO
MUS
ANDREWS & HAraUGHEY will gi
to sales of Furniture at priva
furniture, fancy goods. painting
merchandise generally: and wou
all kinds, and flatter themselves
iftation to those who coig
BY L. HO
TOca No. 111 PAnaL 8
TUESDAY.
At 11i o'clock. In f
Damaged Teas-2Io packages g
nowqua, slig
Rasins-t500 wh)le half and qr
Nutmegs-8 c
WEDNzi'DA
At 11 o'clock. at McC
New Teas, K.- Invoices of fine
toward, con
Hyson
Young Hyson,
Hyon Skin,
S Gunpowder,
Powchong,
In the usual variety of pack
d.rallr t
Oauelou"a and amDli
At leA i".- a. a s i nstr tip
SiLe Tm.. [D.-rhc taik, (.1I
v.td. eons
Hyson,
Young Hysoen,
Hyson Skin,
Imperial,
Gunpowder,
These teas were carefully a
the favorite chops, b
Oatalogues and musters
SATURDAY
At 12 o'clock at the
L3eomtng Valley Iron 0 Stloc
party upon which imsta
FRIDAY.
At UI o'clock, at MeC
Fine New leas. F.-P
WEDNESDAY
At 11 o'clock. at McO
New Teas. H .-Invoices of fine
. O SAS. I O T O N .
DY (ItHTIl t
.ltsroi Nr 11 WILL.t.
WEDNESDAY
At 10 o'clock, at
Foreign and Domestic Fanc
Catalogue, for Cash.-A general
In lots to suit city
Catalogues on the
WILLIAM iRV6i
BY WILLIAM
STORE No. 10 Paes sTasT.be
W.I. & CO. will give their person
hold Furniture at residences o
also to sales of Real Nstate,
change
-T1iiRUrDA
AL II o.ele,. si tI r n ai,.
FInetld AiD.r Ch.ir,.,.gna.
Oandle-,
Madeiras-Bement A Co's Old
1128 Ol0 Wansteer. been two v
stage 15240, ole Blackburn. eelc
India., 8
She nrit--Bement &Co's cel
Sherry, imported fortlie Old Cit
In this country. Gordon A C
Amontill
Ports-Old London Table Por
Queen.
Brandies--Bement & Co's cel
1829: pale anddark hampagne
Brandy; Hennessey's
Chanitesnes--Vin de Bouzy,
Prs6ioaunt. Ac.
Sundries-Fine o'd Jamaica
Cherry Biandy; Rotterdam a
Scotch WhIkeyi: Mlonongahel
Teas, eardines
Segars-- HM warranted gecti
Flr de passeO. hakspear, Re,
Leondors, La
Also-About 100 M imported
bra
ANDRaW MUoos'
BY WldIILKERDI
SOat. No. 61
TUESDAY
Presh Nankin Matting-slio ro
red checked Contract Nackin M
qua's best.just received p
Also-60o0 colls 4-4. -4and 7
ting. per "Courser,"
Catalogues and samples
WEONESDAY
At 10 o'clock at
Package Sale-At e months o
notes-E50 packages Foreign a
ble for the
Oatalogues and goode o
BY HOMER
Steam No. 1
HOMER MORGAN wil give his
of Household Franiture, asd out
sales of Real Estate, of St


T'eoM~aa &. MNTC
BY T. B.
__oa8 No. 11
THURSDAY.
At 11 o'clock, in
American Window Glass-10
window glass, of asserted siz
manufa
Catalogues will be ready thr
JOHN B. AtSTO
BY DAVID A
tuas Oein s EUxoAJiSo
TUESDAY,
At 11 o'clock, at
Carpeting, Rugs Druggirts. M
worsted, wool filiEg, wool figure
Also. X 6 at it 4 4 plain a
Also. 4 4 to t1-4 ri
Catalogues on m
TULtSDA
At 10 o'cio k at
Package Sale-for atp-oved
tl parkagss Foreign and Domes
8priog
Damaged Goods-60 packages,
for cash, reel ed per ships im
hias trinell., and ste
Catalogues and samples

! OUNT O ULIVKT CI&lIEl'1
J1 ful Rural O-metery is situ
fromsitheeWiIiasburg Ferries
Newtown. 'The ITrum es have
arranging the grounds, and thet
approbationofall who mayexa
esw York, Irooknyn and Wdl
Its eminences, and the ad-acent
esqUe and beautiful The pu
Omnibuses p ai the entrance eV
Prices of lot, fiom $25 to $54
at the office N
NU&AH WATERBUB Y.
Rev. naguetL M. d
J.Mass M.AOsic ,
DAVID Losawora, Se
ENGLISH FLOOR OIL CLOT
A T. Lt&WI&'S new Carpet
S. per ships Kleinore an i C
sheets of inglbsh floor Oil Clot
patternsexpresly oua own. an
Carpet store i America. Some
ble aks, Gothic., litabethitlau
tock Ouir Brush. Mats foroutst
Coir Adelaldes, English Sheep
and
Also, the celebrated World's
to match a Turkey Carpet, in
and lBuc
Medaltion Druggets 5 yards w
the lowest cash prcea.
W HALEBONK-20,00 po un
W10.0100 do South
sae by HITOHCOCOK A &
U OW AND BUFFALO
%HUORNS-Landini,
jan 17 OLOJOTI'
SASSHIMARETTS-Black and a
mixtures and mottled oodis.
an 24 W. 0. LA
ALLACA JOINTS--lO0 of
red. for sale by
d'ANTON FL-%,%AJ-Mta
S for
._ _. URCHINSON A TIFFA
T CROIX UM-puns, of hi
fo bosd, lebd
AVMAR A CIA.


1INA YORK, SATURDAY AFT


I


JOaPH W CORLIaS.
BY JOSEPH W.
STORE No. 85 WILLIAM ST EEvaT
AT PHI\AT
caser steel and cade
cases Oxford mixed an
cages black mixed
cases superfine blakg
bales scarlit
bales 1-4 In
bales 4-4 br
ca es 7 8 ble
pieces printing clot
a. 0. KEMP.
BVY C.
SALas ROOm, 85 NAs to at.
R. 0. KEMP willgive hipersoo
nature at private dwellings, s
cy Goods. Paintings and Merc
respectfully solicit sales of th
liberal tash advances when re
His store is the largest and m
of anyin
FRIDAY
iH,.wrM 5 r 'nrit e. Pleroi
and bandliome a8sotment of ro
dining room and chamber fur
whichis well worthy of the
Also, I elegantly carved rosew
t6t) and fully warranted by
ci
Nay be examine
Catalogues on the
WALLDSE PELL
BY PPEL
TORB 109 PaaL. aTR
MONDAY,
At 8 o'clock. at fo
Cuba Mahogany-35 logs Oie
Sutton. Terms- 4 months. over
Catalogue
WEDNESDAY
At 3 o'clock, at f
Goraives Mahogany-The cargo
halves. consisting ot 81 logs a
minor B.ahegan
Terms-4 months over 10tO,
talogues t sale
TEHURSDAY
At 3 o'clock, at
South Side. St Domingo, Maho
line, from St. Domingo City,
crotches S St. Domingo, weil
town b
Rio Janeiro Rosewood- 418 log
ro ri Pewood, per brig Z. P. Br
numgroun v
I erms-4 months over $100,
talogues
FRIDAY.
At 3 o'clock, at 'e f
St. Domingo Mahogany-The ea
from Oonaiveas. eonEisting of 62
go mah
Terms-4 months over $100,
Catalogue
TU ESDAY
At o'clock, at
Port au Prince Mahogany-Pe
fine quality Port
Terms-4 months over $100, a
talegues
WEDNESDAY
At 3 o'clock, on lots In Water
Italian Marble-Per shin Jo
ordinary and statuary Italian
large and des
Terms-6 months, over $100
Catalogue

FAILING OF THE O
FROM UNIT
SimPs. Larva
Europa..........Boston........
City oo( Giseow..Philad'a.....
Unoed States....New York....A
Baltic............ Ne- York....
Georgia ....... New York....
Star o the Wes .New York....
Franklin..........hew i ork....
TO A
City of Glaisgow..Xivertool....
Bermann.... Southampton....
Africa............Liverpool...
Cadsa...........Liverpool...B
Atlantic..........Ltverpool....
Asia..............Liverpool...
CIty of Manch'r. .Liverpool. ...P
Pacifie............Liverpool...
0011HKEaIAL
MARINE

PORT OF
SATURDAY AFTERNO

CLEA
Yelitsrf Aft/fernoon-Ship
rool Kermi
Barque Coriolan. (strem) W
BRg Abner. Taylor Smith
Echr Lion, Healy. Guaym
ABH lVF t LI
Br bria 55srffart a ".r O-
Co. rll,.R-9 Obisiuiar 1 t.i.
Picl.r'.ai & Co. The M tt a
the r
tbec
Schr independence. Farrell.
stores, to Bate
Sbchr Travteller. Pel
Schr eveline. Joudk
Wracking ,chr Farewell, Pierc
nelius Grinmell. ssh
Propeller Chas. Os
DISASTER
We learn bya telegraphic co
ter. ksq., nated Mobile, 3th i
from NaW York for Mobile, was
la
Brig Ann C0. Praltt. at PhIlade
prts Dec. 81, t, Ii 119 09, Ion
white, one large box. consider
37 47. ion 7 5 wished to sneak
the American ensign, but she w
slip with painted ports, steer
na
Schr Adams Treat, Parker. fro
with full cargo of corn. drag
IFland n!ght of 23ld Inst. in ti
ot cargo saved. I
Ec r Mechanic. before report
was from New i o
During a galeon the 16th ul
of the feas dragged her ancho
Otranto, carr).inKaway the ca
main topmrtst. and jibboom of t
wtirks. and cutting her bows
Sovereign received s the coll
boom. On ile22d, the Soverelg
It tow of thesteam.tug Resol
notponerenoughtotowthe shi
very narrowly escapes running
got upon her. when she at onc
accordingly soon discharged by
the Narrows, between fort Po
missed stays and cme betwe
her stern on the sand. An anch
prevent her going broadside on
isle wind and no sea at the i
hours and a half after the vess
chain slack, when a kedge an
by leaving to, when She as go
turning. anchored within Fort
tl she finally
Steamship lathmus. Harris. w
for Panama. Dec 1th., returned
leaving an lFranciscoyxperi,
rived at Monterey etai. xchans
M.with moderate weather; at
1m 1StE accompanlo l by a tr
the ship to bring to; at4 PM.
injured therudder. and fer a
ageable; aftersevere exertions
ant the gale increased to aui
nobly. At8 AM on the 19th. t
rudder sas temporarily stcure
Conree; but after striving som
was toutid impossible to manage
ig apdaratus, ad therfure
San Fra
British barque John Mitche
from London. via Falkland Is
weather on the passage; off (
ual viole
Slip John Baring at do. Dec
Janeiro and Valparaiso expert
inl the
Ship Cemet at do. Dec 19th.
Cape Horn It very heavy ga'e
main rail Inotwo places, split
eae ie with water. Crossed the
after wic esh experienced ve
-was off th Head


WHALER
HOOLULnUt-In port, Dc. 4-
don; bark Globe. Handy, NBiedf
dence; Oroimbo.jIohnso.N Be
Seine. Laudra. Ntlefnord; Be
Hart est. Ppooner, Fairhaven:
laW. (Fr.) Ohanaleur: leMtacoe
der. ByRan. do. bark Delta.
Vlett Fairhaven: Salamander.
NL' tridn. l'i'. Np'ur. ,le
batlk Al blip. I'.,I erifr
Pmit-I.,I 'l-i-n--s.a. Nie. AinV.
Cir. i l. NI 'r.r. 1-n C i -
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l.,'. l'e Ic iihr o.r : l.IO t i.o
ci- Cots .d,. A.-I..I-,.. Cari
,h, Itrtsc Ilcke tkC, rer Nr w-
lei.-r'.'o. P.,., F-near'.. atIoe.-s
Fri.-... ll,,rh r. Nh. Ilu io 1
iril.-tn .E whtL SBarlor. Phi
ii P. Iserss. sr. ; c t-o Hai
l.rer..r(ir[c. f.plItt, ilsisHan
i.'=,-i r,. t~res[,r.,l. IP.5j Ste
s. litl crlt, .J tkr i. a
".tinrsp. ll rrii. IJ:. i..-i t R
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dell. tirsr sdr. is- rt-iern L'
(lt. h Ii.r.s Pilnen. L t
-V L tr h i .t t L1 I, 1. O-,
J'ee~iaate-.t lji us'rs'i--sw P
iti4l.) i arab TI iitA Mt
l01 Ir N.ricr do Jeantztl, ts%
io< IHart eb AlimY. de alit A
brig Jun
A so, in rt ships Romulus B
dam., Nantucket. yov.
At Baites. about the uisdle
Nicol. Buhelt. 600 spn, al
At Stronger Islaen. July 1,
20 ep: 17th. brig William Penn
Strong's Islandforeawhaling
of Capt I B. Hniisy. lIate of sh
15tIh ship AtIntic, Coleman. N
ship Napoleon, Holley. Nantucke
ganett. ecle
Spoken-Jan 10. lat. 340 lon
Bolnn-y. for
D c10:lat 17 5 ton,34 2 W.
ctrp'y Inodoubt the Archer,
for Pa
De ,12,!, lat 1771 ion l510
90 bbis oil, ailt
a'POKE
Dec. t, lat 86 220. Ion 4l816. s
apparently new
Jan 1,latet1933. on 71.4, sh
Boston for
Jan. 14, lat 29 47. ship Liber
lears, I6
Jan 18.& leat S 0.on 74K0, b
port. 8 csAm Balti
Oct 6, list 245 12'.t .8on 86
S hse. 55 disfm Nf
Nov.19. lat I N. ion 101 W shi
fSa Francisco for Ri
Dee 7.lat 23 N. Ion 81'0 w
t York Nov. 24, f
Dec 29. lat 20 Ia. Ion 12146
FrauclPco
Nov 20. lat 3es, leo 2n15 A,
mond Aug. 19,
S FOS GN
CId at Honolulu. SL ov. 81
Yo
At bo, 4th ult shIps Esy Tay
end .9lIen Brooks. Davis. onr
New York: baqus Euphreeyna
via Vaipsrai8s, MariaS. lottson
ds. Cl- N-v. 2d, sh peComoro,
sraiso. mlth a port in th At
drOws. Penant 2eth brig No
At Aceapaice20h lt barqes
rage for ite e t re YiriaS
Ophir () wIth coal for Va
c o a t fe c P 0 H. i ht' e O hpt o
coal for pale;:'
Ane at to I8thu] ,Stam hIpS
San Francl.o.
Arc at Son Bias .ov. I0, .h
FranD
Pto from Ban Joan del Bud, 1
fAr aen a
pArr at Liverpool wth lcst.
in. a ship s~upposed the litees
York. Slit Ilti John S. flar-
son. New Osirleso Lds Weotmo
vine. Arhitll
Alsio old llh F P. P
Elneston. Jas, Jan lS--Aer bri
Lovinla. fm
19th sid Am.5schr Gr
Falimulh. Jan aS--Arc brig Ob
Ann, H necks.
The Am barque Clinota Wri
more, fin Rio Janeiro. ho"ndto
poated Felmon b. on WI
Asl ato PSrt RoyaL Juan l h, a
Bdfm do 0th, ichr Jams M
DO'(5t114
ratn F rnnsero-olt Ibthul..
ien. thinl Ia. Itt.ea heene .
Y i.:h irldl.i I.a.,ii. J Meohi
ct.- Ne. i nlen. PueL'rodui,.
vlnh ,.Il.'s. .W'h l It,iainip

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Pbsi a aid I- I.tuol.i. t s
Ite .ca,. ,lrcs, Necw rork.
Stetn.er Celamh a
elth. OrleJan-By ip'r--rig
min er,.od Hlowaa. 'esYn,..
,y 5sIIEy d<.. Ait.siiu to, Bm
.Arr-lb.bbaxel~lr~t IDh-B X~
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C- h.i--e .,lol t tJJrDU.i
tit s :e11-. .le St"e w L o rs .
steam o, r l.. so,,: Slain
A..rlit tre ,,l -B. y rl .Gm

Nwotehiss,
hl?'delphin--arr 28th toust,
Ardo 1th. ship Hears Pats.
C Psatt idall lodonlnau; oarq
I rose: schrs*Daviin omuit, Ps,
sey, Lewiras. Rads-lrle
LId 8th. steamship City of
basque Elnm Taylor. do: Arie
Arowell Boston: o116. barq
Ltes;6. (kDel)--Jall. Aiin A
Eurion, fm lnoaen River. with
ruelets oi Wednesday nlsti.
bor. by the ahr Commandrin
ter the collision abe sunk. All
to the rshikwater this mla
sustained but ver;^
.e sckie H B. hney
Coi4Eklin. i ale o haibr this ,
harbor the revenuecutter Frw
Boon, and Sra
Pt-osdcoeo--Arr c7th ls. t
cehra Eon. do A H a art
lit Tbtoinat. soht s lauper. l
Hull, y
The barqune Chaoe, from ApSa
aln bt verA
shorr treerevenue ruetw orw

tinw eliodtri--Arr 27th hat
SBi 17thinst schrProgrea,
rebareutn- irr lh inst. f trm .

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Cid .!tl ihcLhaber:se.a E di
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p o)-B i.o. Ns Vicrn. bare L
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fid 7it iisi,. trcuer.. Nuti
Bretz-. saUtLi
maciosa-arr ''tl1 t191 .anS
CoasB at
Slewburyport-Arr 27th Atl
DC- lowa
Put-sjUd-Cld 27th inst. brig
Nichols. Drinkwatet
Dash--Ant 24th luet aches WSm
Mary. do .(rn
Arr 28th int. schrs aryla
Boso
MMItn Ins. brIg E
st-Ar2S it inst. o ls Sa
New.
lid Oild In-t baraue Mo

MVIR4& ;OBS SPAJkILA
Spintsto as.rrive, the eig
mvo jes o this fine Ale, being
sceive orders for de
OHARLRLS BLLOW. 11 N


the President's mansion,
propriety. They have for
cent period, President
lady, Miss Gardiner, who
a favorite and agreeable
coolness and indifference
the Tyler ad
The debates which have o
week or two past are well
lie confidence in the con
that body. Even Senators
the stump. Mr. Cass still
candidate for the Presid
mistaken idea that the peo
teriog their national p
Senators are also too muc
policy which will, as th
believe, tend to add polit
Q. Adams used to call "
lever." But the war fires
not seem to have spread,
The two houses were se
vate bills to-day, but the
Senate, at an early hoar,
so that, even at this late
do not set more than four
nearly all that time in w
sio
The prospect for the p
bill has improved. Its
son, of Tenn., is now conf
Senate. Mr. Bonnet's bil
lands among the old state
before the Senate, and, it
to the ot
Mr. Badger's nomination
ed by the Democratic Sena
faiL The Union shows th
it, to wit :-That Mr. Badg
circuit for which he is no
oldi federalist" of the Wa
stamp.

Fne IzN PAWTvcKcT-We
Walker, the messenger of B
ding situated in the rear
Pawtucket, and owned and
& Co., for the storage of
of its contents destroyed
Thursday morning. Loss
Insured.- Worcmtr


PUBLIC SALES. Ship B. Fo
4 m ie hor tldihe es, ae 4
I rigeed vesel., foei thel
LEONARD & CO. I 27th, i
No. 37 Tremont Row Ship Matilda. at
BOSTOIN. c ontinual westerly ese s
LIDONARD & 00. respectfully announce their dasof alt
5FroWs. vie:ShopSrn, withdoheavm
FirmstTuesday In each month DRY OOD endTes. I off
from the Equator,,vhicb ah cro
day In eacb month. PAPER AN
every Thursday. HOUSEHOLD F NIT v St. B
Ailncldental sales on such days als may be chosen by par- a
ties selling., ft Buena Vistaatl ite
- A. (~MM"off Cape Born in hevy gales.
moAon z. dttEog APoU the Equato
BY COEi dk CHILTON. Be fhr Columb
BAlaUa eoM No. 9 WALLV sT 0m, eNs. Now. bl0dt B
TUESDAY, Feb.l. pales ana s
At 12 o'clock, at the Merchants' Exchange. unrer
Houses and lots In Brooklyn-Lea Avenue-Five S story Ted
basement and under cellar brick houses w
lots of ground, on the easterly eside of Lee Avenue. i mluding
the north east corner of Boesstreet and Lee avenue, within
few minutes walk of Peck slip ferry. from rom
Dean and Bergen strests.-- los on the northerly side of
Bergenutsettand5sote on the southerly sideof Dean street,
in rear of the above. Thse.10 lots are each 2 leet wide an
107 feet 2 Inches deep. On the rear of the above lots there Is
a row of 3 story frame houses 25 by 13 feet each. containing 4
rooms and a cllar. For maps and terms apply at the aZn
tioneer's office Na. 9 Wall street. scud
Canal street-The unexpired term of 3 year
of the house and store No 411Cala. running through to Lls
penardsat.anday two r o The let oa
nalf.ftoendLpeara, sandabout6 eftdeep. This Isone of
the best stands for business i aa
west of Broadway. Possesbonof thestore and bisemet can
be had immediately, andof the whole property thenrtof Sa
May next. The sto e has been recently fitted up for the dry
Sends business and the counters and shelving wilt be
reasonable price, Be
For full particulars appvy to Mr. Sitpson, hardware
No. 98C anal at, or of the auctioneer, No. 9 Wall St.f
North.eastcorner of Park place and Choreh street-The
valuable property at the north
Churchuret,.togetherwiththesouheEt cornerof Churchand
Murray sms, having a front of about 84 ft on Park :ace.lI1Bt
on Church sat. nd hbout 50 ft on Murray st. The lease will be
for 21 years from the l[t of May. 1858. with one re
years more: there Is now on these premises a double three st
brick dwelling on Park place, now known as No. 27. and brick
stables on Murray st. Good Hoyt, Executor, a, would
WEDNESDAY, Feb. 2. of potatoes a
At 12 o'c'ock. at the Merchants' Exchange, Cur
Peremptory Sale of New York and Brooklyn Property-By ne
order ofr xeoutersof James Fitzpatrick. deceased,
On 21st St.-The 2 lots of ground, together with the building
thereon, known as Nos, 215, 27 21st stNorth side, between i
and 9Ih bverues. the bar
On Navy Sat. Brooklyn-i lots. 2Sx100 f
side o' Navy St. between Lafayette at, and Do Kalb avenue
Witllameburgh-I larce gore lot of ground on easterly side 1r,
of 6thatnear Norst 6th at.I lit p
Also,3lots2 6 byl Oftd ep.westside ofNorth 9hot, nea
Sixth st. dr [,baees ~a
Also, 5ltsaoneustside of *orth 9th st5 including south eact

t~encilyiact^ n*anilxTh
corners-of 5ha. a,
On43dst-41otsof groundeach 5by 100 feel ine the d
south side, commencing 17sfeet east of lath aS.
On 44th st.-Tnreeatory andbasement brick house ad lot
on southsidebetweenlo0thaudlltNacalot Abylt00eet s
btuse 25 Sty 20. containing 12 rooms
houses and Lotson Atlantic str-et. Brooklyn.-The two 8 Ma
story Brick Houses and Lots No. 21 and 217 Atlantic street
50 feet east of Court street, within 5 minutes walk of the South
Ferry. Well built and furnished with sub-cellarsmarplte man.
tells. Ranges, Grates, Sc, Hones 25 by 46 ft each, Lots 85 t
deep. lumber., nha an
For maps and terms apply to the auctioneer No, 9 Wallit
THURSDAY, Feb. strewed abo
At 12o'clock. a the Merchan A Exchange, the s
Madison street piroperty-The tree story ad& att
dwelling house. No. 294 Mialson street. The lot Is 18 ft
front and rear, by about 50 feet deep, the house I8 bwt
feet Averydecirable reitienace for a genteel family. The folk
lots on a lease from Stephen Whiney. and has fifteen years
to runatan nnualrentoft$700
mcney m .y remain o mortgaef
Also. the thre-et-sry ad attic houses of s midr number
Sit ad 2f8 Madison street the partioolars t-e same as 294.
Also, the three-storv and atle- house No. l80 Madisonst.
The lot is 18 feet 9 inches front and 1U7 feat deep, The house
18 ft 6 Inches by 40 feet. ad the ground rent $10t per annum
Forfurtherparticela'saaoly to thesAuctioneerslo. 9 Wallst.
(If not previously dLposed of) had 8fee
Lots at Woodbridge, New Jersey-Sl lots of ground, avers.
ping 80by 120 feeteach located at th- pI'ce frm
asthe-"NewBDiaz SPtar." beh g a part of the farm formerly Ki
owned by the lateDaniel D. Temvk'ns, adjoining the Soun F
which aepara eu Stat-n Island from New Jersey. andmid- b
way between Rli belhtown snd Perth Amboy, on a beauty"
fulrse of ground, ands cannot be surpaised in value by any
unirproved lots in Newark for. mechasteal purpose-, or for
cottages Ith gardens attached. Fare In steamboat to Tuft'
Landing on'yl2 cents, Isan.___ils Islan
.. BY JAMB. COL.-vessel proved to be t
By Iwhith mahogany. Ilu honey
Oyrlo 43 FULTOs sTitiiT. Oon. Faoi., BaoonLT. app
--WENaDY--a- -stauding--b hlo bsa
WEDNESDAY, Jan 2- .tof thew ve le
At 12 o'clock at the Merchanta' Exchanged f
15th street lots-6 lots on the N. side of 15that, instant f
E. from 8th av. in the 8th ward, Brooklyn; each lot 25 ft front
and tear by 100 deep Terms atsale
N0th street-- lots on the .aide s o 20h t. distant 80f
from the 7th avenue: each 'ot 25 by 100 ft d
opened and under contract for gradigd paving
Also. 6 lots on rear of the above on 21st st. Trms aoom
mr daA fixed liht has been estab
Resale, on account of former purchasers, of 6 tots on the S.
side of 20thst. 100 ft K. from 10th avenue; each lotS2by 100 f
Terms, t per cent. on bond and mortgage,
TUESDAY. Feb 15 miles from
At 12 o'clock, at the Merhants' Exchange. eleva
Houses and Stores on Msyr' e tavenue. near Kent
Two large and elegant brick houses on Myrtle avenue, next to
the corner of Kent avenue. The house etare three stories, with
stores under, very large show windows suItable for dry goo
or F hoe store. or lor fancy bakery. Am The houses are ne
finbhed. with all the modern improvements. Thelocation .
ly requires to be Bean to be appreciated. The
by 40 ft. I Inch walls, marble msntels. beils. silver plat
furniture and fixtures. Ac. Ac, Terms-ose h a
on bond and mortgiae. Maps


COMMERCIAL

MORALS AN
FasT DAT.-The Third P
has recommended to the ch
observance of Thursday ne
of fasting, humiliation and
reli
TRACT ANNIVERSAYtr.-Th
Brooklyn City Tract Socie
Presbyterian Church, Bro
ne
The Union morning pray
vived,and is now in progr
way. Ministers and other
ent evangelical denominati
which usually continue fo
mence precisely at ha
MIsstIONAY WoRK IN SOU
Carolina annual conference
pal Church, has just clo
four ministers are station
in the bounds of that conf
five local preachers, und
superintendent of the missi
devoted expressly to the
does not include any of
bers connected with stat
During the conference th
was held, when It appear
collected for missionary p
$22,320, a larger amount t
er conference. Besides,
given for the erection o
popul
TuHID AnNUAL METrINGO
BIBLE SOCIETY.-Our latest
brought us the proceeding
ry ef the San Francisco
been issued from the de
year the foll
COoiem of the Bible In Enlish..
S do New Ttament In Engli
do do Bible In Spanish....
do do New Testament....
do do Bible in other fori
do do New Testament In
do do Scriptures donated
da do do sold to o
T< lat amount of Issues the past y
Of the amount above there were
Issued to local depositories....
Distributed by donation......
Sold to other societies........
4.
This shows an increase o
1400 copies sold, and an
of local societies has bee
they are now established
bold on the North to L
throughout the mining re
nora, and among ag
Among many interesting f
port, one is that thirteen
tures,in the Spanish langu
and in some instances ple
ed. A letter from So
"In this town there is a
honorable and industrious
merous family, and both h
braced with ardor the rea
constancy is apparent in
doctrines which are treated
of several cases of simil
to our knowledge, in which
tion of the Psalmist is v
thy word gi
the report adds :-From
we turn next to the thou
country, a portion of wh
this Society with the Sc
from a Christian Chinese
language, sufficient to ma
we have proceeded to the
ple where they tarry a sh
in this country, previous
mines, and going from ten
buted to the inmates port
some cases the books have
in others they have been
parent e
In a port of great com
claims of mariners sho
Through this Society, cop
been supplied to a number
the harbor. In this work
the Rev. Mr. Taylor and
the Bethel work in this ci
of Lowel
CALL TO Tns Ray. MR. K
thic church edifice is ju
most wealthy and fashion
Phihildlphia. Eighty thou
been invested in the enter
the subscribers have just v
Rev. Mr. Kirk to accept th
viously sent him to take
new congregation. The
tLe Rrv. Dr. Brainard,
Pr',ebyierie. clergs men o
ed bl- Kirk Ia tur' Lti h
Boston T
A MisioxARY NzonasS.-A
Wurtemburg, of November
black woman from Africa
who fbr same years was
Baron de Muller, has been
Missionary Society of Basl
among the black women i
she is the first negro wo
has been
DAViDSOr COLLEGE.-We l
endow Davidson College,
successful, seventy-fiv
been raised as a
A SeCIaRTY has been fo
the promotion of religion
first general meeting of
member, and no inconsid
and clergymen took part
clergymen only appeared
spoke soberly and hesit
spoke for religious lioer
succe
The lives of all the mis
and Foreign Christian Un
the year 1852, and scarcely
by reason o
One of the sons of Dr. B
posters of the Waldensia
sire to be consecrated to
the Synod of that church
sire, say the committee a
cerely recipr
The Waldensian commit
the q iestion whether Mr
the Synod, might come t
mission for his church wit
whether he would meet w
efficient aid in pleading t
ian and French cong

erorespondence of the
Wasntrcuro
The statement, so confid
that the President and
splendid ball and supper b
premature. They have fo
tion, though probably it
upon authority, for they
ation of the newspaper
J. Q. Adams and his lad
upon their retirement,
place in the annals of th
of the brilliant achieve
ministration is with more
his farew
By the way I noticed,
committee of your citizens
senting a carriage to Mr
here as the first New Yo
the station of President
memories. They have forgo
Mirs. Monroe, who was a n
Kortwright family-the mo
woman of her time-dispen


No. 46 PINE STKE


-U ___________________


CoNomass.-Tho Senate a
til Monday, almost immedia
despatch w
The House also adjourned
22 private bills. The bill
lief of the Philadelphia g
for the "relief of the capt
phia." The sitting was r
the following strong prot
clai
Mr. MACE asked to be dis
member of the committee
entered upon the discharge
could say tha i every mem
protltably and efficiently
charge of doty. The commit
action of the House a vast
of honest and just claim
The action ot the Iliuse h
mittee had been called bu
and the last session of Co
fore, wish to be involved
much business when Congr
If it be the object of th
claimants, it is better fo
should know it. Having wa
justice to which he had adv
on record, be respectful
LEGISLATURE
IN SENATE-Thur
IPORTs os
Mr. PLLAT,in favor of the
Cove to Ne
Mr. Momron, favorably
militia
NOTICES OF ITE INT
The act to prevent injust
railways in the city of
third
The question was then ta
fer to the New York Sen
Ajes-Mecsra Bar lIet. Cosger
fmiLt. -ru-%., l l
i,.-- S eis.,t abto- L. S Be
C&N,l~.hIl6..McS.Bane.Mul
Citle.i. hit u. SIcEWnle. Mo
I ,ams. Ohi. iat',o laS-er. Us
Mir. CoSoLa then movr
mittee on grerasnces, wit
presented, wilh instruct
tlion asked for by Jacob S
mittee to rep
Mr. VAN ScHooNHovxx ad
favor of the mot
And the debate was co
pending whose remarks
IN ASS
COMMUSI
The report of the govern
New York, w
The House then went int
on the foll
To authorize the Metrop
to increase the number of
four. Thir
An act to change the na
clations Fire Insurance
Insura
The bill was ordered to
An act to render compensa
diana for certain islands
Prog
IMPORTS OF
insonars or
Mr. STEWAnT, from a ma
on grievances, in favor of
matter of relief for t
Mr. Wggis,in favor of the
and corrupt
THIRD REAn I
To authorize the election
peace in the village of
county.
NOTION
Mr. STEWART, to stay. th
certain manors, titles to
BILLS INTRODUCE
Mr. CARPENTEa, to amend
ring
Mr. HuunEa, relating to t
bonds in ce
Mr. JeACKSON, to amend th
red to a sele
Mr. JACKSON, to repeal the
sed Statutes rel
NOTIONS, ERKSOLUT
Mr. LooMIs, being anxio
the Governor's message,
of the whole be discharge
deration of the resolutions
me
Mr. LooMsS thought there
the matter when th
Mr. L.'s motion prevail
came up in the House.
Before Mr. CHAMPLIN h
way
Mr. Looms, who moved t
the special order for to-
the reading of the journal
SENATE-Frid
PETI
Mr. CocoEa, to prevent
and Erie
Non
Mr. TABOR brought in a
brib
THIRD HEADI
To prevent injustice in
roads in the city of New
|1 be q.e-ta.-t pedlnjr u
Io FI-. r.I..i |t In0 the a
Mr. BuISTOL moved to am
the committee on railroad
make the bill
Mr. VAN ScEWouVarin w
ina cr-omiestee. Hle Ito
wVUi tbhigled with corrupt
c:bs l charge was t be tdt
action, had be Bight to d
the hands of n onmmnittee
pie justice. It wasu nlv
veriest scoundrel on 'ear
then grant it to the city
rerr-on he auppur ted the p
haDrd a tolull anbd (ir ch
Hie had not seen anything
iali ibe complaint charge
the iv or depreciatton Fl
regarded it as all
He did not believe that n
of NewYork were opposed
the Broadway Railway. I h
came from those who bad b
privi
Ble was opposed to this leg
in New York city, and nol
opposed to such
Mr. COOLi ; Wiltl the g
ral
Mr. VAN ScHooNknovk:
will go farther end say, I d
bill. He thought the bil
present
iMr. Ci.ithT was is;lling
such s geneiallaw. But
ls'unte, in tt.e name us e
to protect the ctlyof oNe
moved to refer to special
tions to report
Mr. BtsIOL withdrew
Cooled's was subatit
Mr. TAsKn moved to amend
tons to report a bill app
any oity of the state, beg
city, atid that the com
Mr. CooLay, in view of t
sn~endleni to gl
S,.ne farihr diCe
Mr. TAnas'i smendment
Mesers TtbEt,n,ld.iin i a
ed the co
Mr. T. reported the bill
The bill was then read
22 t
The Pacific Railroad bill
solidation bill, were made
clock to
ASSE
Mr. Weeks reported favor
ed by the Senate, to ext
election of taxes of several
on Mr. Bnrrouiihs m'oti
agreed to. [i includeis al
cIties, t-Seis New "-,rki
Albany aiT
A communication wse r
Sanlbrd, of Ihe 1lt eives
answer to a resoli
Leave oikabsence was gr
4 dais:' M. W.lsh, 6 do
Mr S.jlt~lr, C. dmj, s,.d
TB8 e


i0 OL-I a. n(., dellvertin
., atl.AtaperMsAt. Al other
pike. R -ee.-d from
JaUOB
Ian. il 91M Bowcry and a
C OJAL LINDKH ;UO U.4-Th
Sunder sheds. the ioilowd n
Bmraaierf'omt ihe, t-et m
Pact, Or-,hard I Red Aeh
Sin Ash (iarbuyl
L, ith tljdrd ki
rhtile- of which are made
Conusumrv may yepenid uoen
orler, and of the test q
OuAB. LOWHruEL I
ta. I ______I_ b
'OAl B% THE C('tlitO-A
Ash PeachbOrhard. ed.adB
L SUCRMAN 4
AMlso. Haleton Ooal-Luap, r
'omuanRnje pries
AAlItL lsAL-AFLOAT-
daysthecargootf Liverpo
An erican Uo ra
CORNELIUA BAKER A
nov. 10 an
A WI1HRACITM (iOAL-The
yaad uwltr their eiecns
Anihiartclie Ct3oal. unitable f
steam eSnines. Oar coal Is alt
dlet,red dry asd clean, wha
mays Le. at iLs o
PtILLIP1
Tardp No.P6 West 13th tree
71. binrLt. sUulsiriIng omplI
i'-epi Pinsory. Ireat lo
BI'1 tl tilt'e L'rUAL-Th
ato under thteIr ete .sll
kr ,iry and Luomberland Uoal
Lt.h ifbty tffrr ror le s
PtIILLIPS
7ards No. 2 West lth btreett
;t Lt, e,. adjoining Tompai
-tiffl .i firj. [ro iroun


St EKIPOOLUORRKL COAL-N
lI la Hlllburoafs strieL
elected andl lowered in te h
leit Ioato suill parcar
ua IJ 41 luaahingn
Lr -f.s MMOOL COAL-Af
Orrel Coal. loweredin ta
ir fauliy use. will oe dsohar
rprle. Fror sale by
mr. Chambers A Wajshinouws
B-is iur adersat Acrtbu
III It eItltL AD CkIN
A barreci ed jrAIrt loasof
( the nrsat 4ua iiy. saudwUi be
Also. on hand peaeh Oribd.
W MIEI5.a


Cn Cherry aridl m.
jIast~lr ma ma IRGIOf

aud hut olOtth Sth

A.t.M' U0 (EJAL--fe slib
L prpareareo inunish bthe
ireL. msvts. Iron foundri
direct from the mMn of the
ou, state. wlttLout any mixt
iaO& MADLOl B- O Al
2 Aftt.%L. U L-AF tJA
Sshire, bst large Liverpool
!desqresina lot family cm. and
b RANDe- lPA
,lab.-L 0M


Jt'om fuie EaUes,-Iwb
LAtler fre
FROD A PAS2osX6E notBU
GXBAT BfItA
The following letter fr
Sibis prolvince last Sum
land, will be read
Mr. EDiroB:-As tit is to
yeur orders may be dap
tend ol promise, alias Aust
your os'lumns, to10 offer aB
their choice of conveyan
vie Ithem to take their o
ftomltheir own lucaltv,
passengers, asearing them
I (I their luiure assuciat
the sbhip are such as are cal
gal aminunt of comfort and
sonably be expected on
My reasons lor rendering
gaibered from a very bri
tsigrmnents end society
Gf Ii,, i, ift,, P ship sa
the most complete and conv
concerned the comfort and
without regard to cost o
charge for passage, sure t
In the first place, then, t
state or sleeping room, m
space taken up by the b
feet; these persons, in mo
the first time; and are for
most intimate terms during
or ninety days, however u
aet
Where they all prove s
mutual concessions may m
such is not the ease here,
anything but comfortable t
for the niight, to listen t
from drunken men, lor se
are similarly situated; th
and in some cases are be
station in an ordinary tone
the next room. In tho w
room doors bad, of necess
and they all opening on
continual p1asit-g and re-
the iposibiliy ,t banythici
pnd after cabins hibe rr
are even worse. The salno
manifold purpose of dining
bling, lounging,
Drinking and gambling pr
tent, and as liquor can be
is often the theatre of t
tions. Ladies are virtually
at meals, and even then t
offensive language, from s
be English gentlemen ; t
tlemen have had an introd
tion, to the Blacksmith's
most beneficial effect upo
is the principal amusement
from betting on the ships r
its different formnis and
purse of the players. B
seen the bankers take tw
half an hour,and share fifth
winn
I have seen ten sovere
which the player declared
felt the nervous trembling
intensely gazed upon the b
by the display of a parti
him penniless; the same
next day offering his ser
capitalist, lor the purpose
wages. There is a seduct
vice which but few can w
brown in its way, and m
free from its power, are
fiftiha eof their time to the
all the eagerness and pe
shore, they devoted to t
The only arrangements c
carried out are those co
liquor, cigars and cards,
dance on board is to be fo
chop. The prevailing state
as is best suited to the fre
rooms ; and, indeed, I main
spirituous liquors, and th
throughout the ship, the r
turn to St. Helena for co
the dissatisfaction which
ge
I now repeat the advice
meant of this letter, and s
come to Australia,come in
fitted out and sailed by
ledge and inclination to d
number in one room than i
and be particularly carefu
your wives and daughters
them the utmost possible
An ice house, well stored
almost indispensable; iro
very necessary, or other
served vegetables particu
be procured-we have the
milk in the same way, an
additional outlay, to sec
portlence, will prove an i
a large
I will not suggest to you
your ship and community
blinD; the moral principal
my countrymen are a guar
will simply say, keep th
Fswi n enemy O.ir rc.3)age
able ton ttie icuiber oil
Ihb children hav- plajsd
tf all ages(, frr.i n urenrg
res6 is. nobn scarcely heu
me nttnint Il i the voyage
iban Ib
There bis not been a d
srven hundred pas.engeis
tLc ic on booid b,,pEleed
dropsy, are fast recot0iFi
miy friends halting belwe
,ay,ibe latest news from A
decide quicklj; lake iou
il it ur bs usrd anid burn
Ca1edoniia,but to Ilelbourn
rcrd apufficirnryv of nu
make the railroad delusi
Iist month lo pass the c
St.uiih-essler, thLe preva
the blow-pipe, and, cosis
A PAS
IN TBE GiATR EaINTais Sr
Cape Town, Oct

JO-osts th ..r j~,s l efh
Al"nTa .tla. aSllpOATs C.
zus BcauBna-Loss wtpwA
three and four o'clockyest
ivens were startled by the
quiry it was ascertained
land No. 2, lyiig up at -
.d ilaken ri fit, Ir-.I a. ,
deck room, and was being
we reiclied thbe spm.o iiN
o1 fibn.s, ai.ad ihe New L
the Galena packet Brunet
fire, and all efforts to ext
prosd utra-.l.c.,, Tie
tiL "hurl uti>btlv ii, Ihe
lilcaire ,iurni. Tte Ne
In puedeli.ly eun lhi-,se fr
fetrd to drill aluir nears
el- at ihe Levee, enidange
or ihirt
S,,Pn nfeer tpe fir.' bro
the Alirn jacket Alionn,
up, ventured in the vicin
mind pulled out into the s
sota, Kate Kearney, Whirl
abd set them adrift in pe
doah, Belle Gould, and on
their cables and pushed o
the burning wreck. The
from stem to stern, floa
At.ge, El Paso. Editor, E
when the gailaran Altona c
toned a line to the fated
the .Tih iwo cr Ibee engine
;l..ngaBda and exlt
1 he- New England Ni,. i
rite hi ke out, was ow
Company. She was an old b
it'suttd fur 44000 in the
1 be ei Lucy also belong
C, n.ufmy sod was built
mat 'bie pi tnt, atea cost o
Is lassi t Novterober, sod
&ud aent Irlo 0 IDter qua
2I'."".,I, is tbe Union and t
end Dleltwisre Mutual age
eac.


OMNE DH
Ooua7s-FalBD.-S.Lpaa
Campbell.- Prosper M. We
-Ibis wa-an aCtIOn to rec
eel, which ihe plaintiff a
countuf,aBd with thbe con
appeared that In the year
fur an easanlt and balt
more & Koch became his b
and Messts. Oraham & Carp
paying 12,., which the pl
asleio he bill of lMesrs
settled by the plaintiffs,
one moiety of each sum be
wnb iniertesL On the par
up tat if a settlement
Gen. Welmore and paid f
panties would hLve come
clear of costs. The jury
da~mge
NLihiaiel Turner vs. Ber
asnseIt aId battery. Verdict
carries
Before Judge Bosworth.-
R. Tatters ll. To recover
hLouse for defendant. siuat
Avenue B aid C. Verdict
teres
Chariek Rosencraniz -
plabinlifli allteges that on
ted with The defendants, 1
for a loan of tI ..v for 15
ed, bul tbe .oarey was no
inse returned. Action is br
diet for plaintif
Wellinfton Brown vs. He
a quarters rent for apar
by Mr. Beals uf the Jeroe
$400 ayear, and the claim
plainti. The defence is th
in keep the place in good r
Ve diet fo
E. A. Steam rn vs. M. B. L
Finch.-TTo recoetr damages
goods at store I12 Avenu
Joseph Folk, whose sock i
bhad a ortgtage on. Ver
Lewis & Farmain vs. Amo
the validity of ihe re p1er
to Mr. Allen. Verdict for p
at $1,648
POLtceS.-Henry Wallace
charged with stealing a
chains, Ihe property of G
let s
James McMullen,charged
of block tin from the pre
son, No. 245
C. Williams and And
having an office in Broad
businesses the New York
dent Exprese, have been e
examination on the comply
of No. 25 Adelphi street,
,bey have wrongfully obta
they refusetortu
Fiuxs.-Yesterday after
fire broke out in the bu
thelower part of whirh
mons asa millinery asiabl
as a boarding house.
Yesterday morning, a fire
ter shop of Mr. Reuben P
East 22d street. The iowe
occupied by Mr. Robert W.
'anulatit-rv. The loss f
ion abou. i$,)-

SiLOFi-A Cnsrics.-Tie
Wilit.ungbitbyand Pearl st
Joseph egemann, Esq, an
an auction room. The con
a new site for a place o
Sehermerhorn and Bond
INTERESTIOG TO HOTiL
decision to hotI 1 keeper
term of the supreme juditi
ty. The agent of the Be
came to Boston to attend
pany, bringing with him som
whose board he was to pa
Marlboro' Botel on thl Js
S. Proctor. On the .d rr-
ot the agent was broken o
stolen therefrom which h
of himselfand his witness
that he bad a safe, and th
deposited his money in it,
much money wilh him: also
traveller, but a boarder
substance, thatif the loss
lessness of the agent, the
ble, and thbnt a knowledge
tom to deposit large sum
complying with it would
ness, but that unless the
prove such knowledge byr
held liable; also that hoe
safety of the goods and mt
meant was accordDglv render
This decision settles tIhe
-Bosto
Fiac At N.Asst ILL, Tii
last evening lilats fire
dayB mrning in a block of b
which consumed the ailor
tin, sice dealer, Ewrin Bl
br.L k, r. T Kent, iwBeller
terms ; H. & J. Fate, dr
tlegeastreet. J. Yooker A (
-w, citlar dealer, n Un
wore worlh about ., ".,)in
ton. A B. R)bearton hbad
oI b.tii.-his loss will
stork was valued at t-5.00
rMt, i,.urs.nce. Mr. Kent
L Waterfieid & Walker w
Messrs. Fits were Insur
Tynrder & Co. and Malle
Before the fire was extin
ofJ. C. Finch & Co. on Sl
burned. with the greater p
sured fon
The' remen acted nobly
;.rereteld with lI,ubj
Me-ssra. fall ard Ctuin
sav
ROVELnnT ApnISTctn -About
pet beg tinialmnitg l8,61ii
steck,& c., wa stnlen ifr
Norwicb and Worcesier r
rick Barnes was suspect
patch was sent In ithbis cit
IDeputy bhrrni Alden went
ton to invetitate the mattil
giron ih, track of Bdrbiea
on brai of ibs cars beliv
end recovered the property
back voluntarily to Conn
in'o iobaon he refused to
in rriei.n, repAIred at onc
warrant, rsnr. 1it ) Ii irco
Irrm ithp (Invernor, teturn
sorer and landed him I
ning. He waixamincd c.
I,. New Lc-rdon coitnly jm
ford T
J Ti. BDartlet, Hen
WebS and Henry C. Force,
dary linecommissioners, ar
day, and took reoousat t
leave Lore ihismorning fur
Cunlougb, the noird Te
them.--',i,- ie./i*sfi
Basic. meas -ourt of
TuraufO's.
No 78 Fl,.-'[un W Doss si.
Mt Ju.~ice OGir ,teleevrdl e,,
ing the dr-eo ci il-isLid di
Co
No 4,. Irhn Peth rae' F P
fioe, il-c i., sit re o t ho
lir Ju''"e WaSire.i.l.ver di
IPs Ibe deo.er of ehe acid r-rot
n.D Ihe caiue nih nlrcertitn
t.
No. .)chb F. Enai.. asmlnl
rev is J B H Imlib. sdmsn'n
irdiarsipe efcn ieenu,j iSy
Ior ihe dt iir
Aajournsd unulI temo
('nun of Appe
Bich. topios si,., &a, Kimbe
lir f,.r colst entered easipSt e
pus-uer.!t to LOtIC. N it-,a.
ho. i'? ['obson, appeilabIt se
Argurd. T. W. Tucker, for a
ceet.
No tW. Pecki seep- ndanL sat
spp~isii&K uciiitnsed t
Noll ,eni .-Ds.si'pciiint uL
Banik cc Newr York and o~thers
V biltt, fi., aptrif ijt t. B
No e r, ifc- apt-,,]srt. st
A> n'r .rins by J. fault
ie 54 Melt night. Crtp' i>dr
>eppel Sir .i e


The Brunette nags lying
hbe NR' England. Shbe to
alter the flins-res ere d
moorings. She was a new
Capt. C. Barger, her comm
of this city,and W. F. Coo
Her valuation was $28,00
which the Union bad $6,000
Citizens $5,000, the Frankli
a Charleston
The machinery of all the
ved without difficulty.
Brunette is new, and tog
go far toward making up t
susta
In footing up the loss to
find the following
Union Office...............
Citzn's Office........
PhOsbix Olce.............
awaree (Atgcys.-)........
Franklhin. ot Louleville...
Flallng DMck...............
Charleston (Agency).......
; Totel...............
Eatimated oA.........
Loas to ownenrs......

"MA At TAPPAN."--JamesT
the old schoolmaster who
"a-b-abs," had his hip bon
by a fall uon the ice.
cannot recover on account
Extreme poverty makes hi
erfully to the public sym
be made to him direct, or
Gloucester.-Sprin
i oss IPTs on MASTgi T
morinlg from our esteem
oraphiccorrespondent, F
York. an enclosure of $10
er, Master Tappa, of G
source we have C2; from a
another $2; the last being
pers
To the above we have to
for Master Tappan, from
Beston Tr

WonTu Knowupr.-Some o
have a paragraph recomm
Flour In cases o scalds
Dayton, Ohio, saw it, and
to the Empire. lusted it t
"While at the supper tab
was seated in its mothe
hold of a cup fullof hot lea
hard and arm. I Immediat
and plunged the arm inlo
part. scalded, with the
remarkable-the pain wag
bandaged the arm loosely,
neat to the skin, and on
was sot the least sign tha
-neither did thbe child suf
*,ssliaoll


The resolution referring
appropriate committees,
Mr. CHAMPLIN resumed hi
the Governor's Messege- i
Mr. C. complete
Mr. GALa followed, on th
pally in reply to the re
Orlesans (Mr. Burroughs
pressed want of confident
Democratic party. In r
confidence in that gentle
candidates was an entire
stitutional legislation, a
million abomination. He h
sent Executive, and so
proceeded at length to re
assumed by the gent
Mr. WasT moved to lay th
ble, for the purpose of c
consideration on the Sena
committee
The question of reconsi
some length, when the mot
48 to 55.


Excitement
OCALA, Fla. J
We are anxious to know
pursued by the United
legislature of Florida pas
thorizing and requiring th
regiments on or before t
volunteer regiments are to
of the U. S. Government, i
undertake the enterprise
Indians. If the Gener
promptly enter into the
ments will immediately g
der state authority. A b
elected by the Legislatur
general supervision and c
case the burden of remove
Indians falls upon Florid
propriated $500,000 to the
takes i
Gen. Blake, the Governm
in the Indian country. Neg
end. Flattery and briber
an instance of the latter
Blake sent a present of $1
ly returned it with the m
the Seminoles n

Foon a o Tim STAavnx
which was chart Lered to car
destitulte inbabitants .-f Ma
ysiterday En. her benevol
tuni were received Irnin
The Cfgo cunai;isle of 81
rels bread, I I-o busbels c
188 I beiela flour, 412 bar
and I SA O ue It-. ri o










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NARUIUMIiAV A9T.LERU

BSM-TW's LavmW Vionu.
*69 llelvie by the Arotie
bod to uthe nmor that his
visoem. The "firm convic
emoesan, whose feelJing
mvidnst Ite oppressors, c
icmes of M great a orime,
p'.io0 on the part of thbe
We prefers, tI charity, lo b
dtartned by his unprienm
Juit teitment he has rec
Ttean government, prompt
asecuatg spirit of Roma
now avail nothing.
Chrirtia piety, and his suf
remateis, however, a living
*IW, and to her benefit ma
uimt which all Proteatant
she fate of him whose crim
Bible was given to man o
sler, and that the teachi
vasrianmee with ithe teaching
ma iuore to her benefit, at
'-b ber othlber griefs, does
ther sufferings, and has
I~rid of spirits which
Whether one wall or no,
other victiUm to Papal into
qeflion with which the
totimately interwoven-t
arch the Scriptures fo
God according o10 the dicta
an leads uas to reiterate
Iman of the United State
'lament protest on this s
With whom it holds diplo
beed eager for interventi
if need be,-on behalf of
gUi for political freedom
e1utrl to that ajestem of
lsgatiom which makes nati
premium, and is the cause
ta the political and soc
them. We claim no right
gemmnh to dictate laws.,
another ; but we do think
such a power as the Unite
grounld-that its represent
be atesthersed to declare e
ernment, and the people w
told is great abhorrence
as for religion's sake ; a
such declaration, fearless
those governments which
would speedily work a mar
Of peliy toward their peo
rt it would be Io the cre
topely protest against
ttle as have laid M.
Dut this event Is calcula
t the citizens of this cout
.atiect, which intimate
Whatever doubt may exis
tIie republic toward the
whether it should even r
lier behalf in so sacred
oosoeaoe, there can be no
protect its own citizens in
t the full extent of its
In at least entitled to so
i this msttor. This gove
Ots liUbeirty to foreign
"om'eprmanenily resident
to every religious denom
qede the amplest guaranty
feet freedom in the exercise
tmes aned rit
relyy then iho America
upect liberty to worship
soon, ad to read his B
ever business or duty
seen that be should be
promelyting,-although
done, unless it is conscio
o eoliot with Protestantism
seitsive on that score,
American citizen, go where
-of right claimed and ins
ment-be at liberty to hol
rlp with his Bible,and sh
opportunities for the wo
believe* that worship o
Muis we may In full view
dlficuties in the way of ca
operation ; for difficulties
doubtless are; and yet
would net give way before
ealete though peaceful pu
TO whal extent ibhould
from Papal governments r
Citmnue ? Or perhaps mnr
gtion, for liberty implie
should not be reasonably
be technically insisted up
oThe oman Catholic religi
of those countries, and a
m a national institution
ternational consideration
ldgecasot of a govern
ge certain natural, inal
man may justly claim
support its citizens in cl
tffgk to claim, in justice
he is intuitively dipo
wherever he raty be pla
asert and maintain some
lntereourse, as self-pro
thoe highway robber or as
eat by shipwreck upon a
it be that of an exclusive
Whon a man or a govern
base rights it is only o
xpediency, and is but a
cospension
1ow If there be any trut
p)of Christianity, whe
sats or Boman Catholics
hesmsn rights is that which
time to his Maker. That
duties upon the indiuidu
aet be performed by proxy
Uit1 ia the same individ
duties oeuserming which h
lad the revelation of h
court of appeal, and dut
which, according to the d
Coeseace, depend the i
their simplest, elementary
are to ascertain what t
mends, by studying wha
veal, and to render to H
worship. The Roman Ca
seentiously believe that th
ilvidual obligation is
(he church and its eccles
We have no quarrel with
*t least equally enlighten
aesviotion. Protestantis


eneoode to each liberty to
Up according to his conv
claiming it to be the mos
and Prolestantiam recogaii
proclaim
if Ihese principles are t
" are ndoubtedly tIs-.
understand by what intern
Republic or any other g
from inaisting upon its su
proper eaeroise of this in
.Ofeorred, right. Under w
owemity can it be refused
elis insist upon perfect r
allt countries, and refuse
Protestantism within the
equal justice for Popery i
the fllest latitude for rel
atical organization, arnd
cans from building the
religious worship, permit
tos to assemble for wors
64et be" dare Pot hinder
their national flags? Doe
at hundred Americans or o
worshipping in the imperial
hold of Popery, would e
religion I Then let this
nmsm that belongs to error
wolid know it in oonatrast
which Protestantism admit
and the Papal delusion
We should like to see th
present administration, f
to the many instances w
aind hisa Cabinet have gi
maintalaing right as well
and secondly, because
my one likely hereafte
Aee of Secretary of Sta
mesos the discussion, and
dignity and firmness the wh
jeet. But if the brevity of
Amdlins the present admi
diplomacy in relation to i
government to try the effe
mertiothat American citi
the right to make the Bib
htes, and to worship God
make them afraid" so lo
elves to the exercise of
imlaher anail north speak
Item0 of those around th
t- Wisw of the liberty co
bF this government, and so
we beierve Its bold asaerti
2s Uie.
| The Umted States m
i-m .aliA .l it fh.,I..ail


4


They indicate the germs o
agreement between Spain
from the expulsion of a Br
de Cuba, by General Med
signed reason and without
by him. It is alleged thai
General of Cuba, the act
,and Mr. Boylan wasforder
the whole proceeding was
plan's assumed complicity
British cruiser in the ca
trading ship. The whole s
ed with epithets that we
category of excitement-m
from that quarter. In othe
another side
The same advices also sp
ence between the Britis
the Court of adjudication
and that the former had
theirjudie
A slave schooner, the V
by this court

ARRIVAL OF
The British mail steamsh
arrived this morning fro
having left the former por
ter on the 25th of Januar
the marine head for late
the West In
The brig Hatty Hunting
for Guadaloupe.was complex
19th of December. Capt.
were taken .from the wrec
and from Halifax, and car
Rico. Wmin. Taylor, seam
and lost dur
[Capt. Atwood and lady
Petrel.]

HoN. W. H. BIWAan'S S
logy to our readers for n
with reference to this gen
nate on Mr. Casa's resolu
ever since the promise o
In the "form," but has be
make room for other mat
publication. We will tr

W The hearing in the c
alleged colored fugitive
who was arrested in Phil
from Governor Lowe, endo
and afterward reclaimed b
Ches'er, will take place b
Pennsylvania on Monday
the Court has ordered th


By the Uni

LATER FROM T
The steamship United Sta
mender, from Aspinwall,
maica, arrived
The United States left A
10 P.M., and arrived at K
g2d,at
The officers of the Unit
brig Sylph sailed from A
Jan. 4th, with passengers
Thomaston, Me., from Ne
and cleared 18th for New
Hogan, of Buacksport, M
41h, and sailed 10th fo
Colby, cleared for St. Mar
ville, of Castine, Me., fro
18th for Attakaps, La.
Portland, Me., for Philad
lea
The following vessels w
Schooner Emma, ef Provin
rived 12th, with merchant
brig Cosmopolite, of Bost
bridge materials for rai
Boseton, arriv
The steamship Oregon a
15th, and the Nor
The health of Aspinwall
roads over the isth
The United States left a
steamship Georgia, to
next
We are indebted to G. F.
the United States for hi
press of Wells, Fargo &
Californi
FROM THE
Our Panama papers are
Panama Star of that date
received there on the pr
or Cruces, stating that a
the rail road In the car
bridges; and that in con
with the British mails an
ported down the river to
be emb
The Ecuadorian national
arrived at Panama on t
Guayaquil, with thirty-t
who had been expelled fr
ment. The Panama Star
We are told that they we
ernor of Panama, with the
them through the Isthmu
with all commendable c
arrival at Panama.ays co
formed officially that the
be subjected to police sur
here, which was limited
answer that they had no
law, but if the Governor w
soners, he would have to s
them und
The latter was done, and
Northern gate, under a gu
who then conducted them to
where their appearance
among some of our popular
the day, say about two in
of one or two police offi
to the College. where the
from the authorities as it
cumstances to extend to
the whole body started for
guide, but we saw no milit
panyin
The arrival of Col. Tot
connected with the rail r
The object of this visit
on the road on that
Don Justo Aroseemena
left Panama on the 6th ins
representative in Congr
second as Senator from t
Azacro. Congress was to
and would remain in sessi
of June. Among the subj
fore it is a proposition
New Grenada into ten so
states, for the purpose of
one federal head, on the
United States-and to ado
"Columbian Confederation
this confederacy
1.--Stat of iSantander-t
sent provinces of Santand
o10 and
'.-S tI e f Tundama-to
cient province of Tunja, pr
the whole of the pres
8.-Stte of Cundinama
the ancient province of Bog
to its division, with that
raquita, lying on the rig
dal
4.-Stad ol Upfw Ma ld
the province of Neiva, and
of karaquita lying on the
dal
5.-Sateof Wcarae-co
vinces of Carthagena,
a.-State of Lower Mogd
the present provinces of
and Rio Bacha embraced in
7.-State of Antioqua-o
ritory of the ancient pro
its division, and that par
lyingon the right ban
8.-State of Cauca-to b
inces of Popoyan, Canca,
of Choco lying on the left
by a line running in a nor
or point Garachine, until
forms the entrance to the
cluding that Bay, to the p
discharges itselt int
9.-State of Darien-to
vinces of Veruguas, Chir
bounded on the Southeast
the previo
10.-State of Guitarsa-to
vinces of Barbacoas, Tuqu
exception of that part ter
of M
The province of Casanare
ry of Mocoa shall form t
upon the government of
either of these territories
forty thousand
A party of miners left Pa
in the vicinity of t
The barque Henry Jones,
New York on the 14th of J
the 7th o
FROM J
We have received files o
22d inst., but can find n
beyond mention that a par
were in that city. A let
the Governor to the custo
answer to an inquiry whet
mons to use if, would s
penalty, or displeasure fr
ties, is to the effect tha
of any law to prevent suc
To this opinion, however, i
qualify
But of course, if under B
an opportunity were to b
public peace, or of promu
sive of social order, as es
rating those laws by wh
are protected, the parties
amenable

FROM H
By the steamship Isabel,
advices from Havana to th


Tax BnOADWAr TaDsNAOLu
merce is authorized to sa
Broadway Tabernacle congr
000 for the ch'uroh of the M
that the Tabernacle socie
uptown property, and ha
moval from their
PnoonKSS or A MuanaDBB.-
tain of the Third Ward po
a sailor who recently ar
Antonio Lopez, the Spani
this city of the murder of
but pardoned by the Gover
cession of the Spanish co
would exile himself from
cently killed another ma
is not authenticated, an
Tee MADIiBA R iz Co
nearly five thousand dolla
efforts. They will hold
Mayor's office on T
SThe British ship Ann
from Cork, Ireland, has h
sage, lost sails, Ac.; has
days. Eleven of her pass
Cork, and several are no
will be landed
Sf A man, whose name i
arrested in Philadelphia,
the murderer
'rom ae ftwaufl cke Wm
DiSTrnuTiv i' -RicasI
Last evening, and while a
seas were quietly seated i
es, a cry of fire, together
the whole city, produced
wooden building known a
and adjoining the th
The theatre took fire on
and was entirely consumed
walls, which were of bri
This is the last of the first
ed in this city, as it was
The total loss cannot be
Mr. Rice was insured for
for $
The theatre was insured
bia Insurance Company,
$1800 in the American
the fur
Mr. GRENLNLnA'e Scnoo
Mr. Greenleaf's school t
next week, as will be se
Mr. Greenleaf is one of o
eras. and his school has l
schools, and has the full
It is well located, and
erected for school purpose
venience. Mr. Greenleaf i
of his pupils, and they are
-without oversasking t
may well be proud of the
made in Brooklyn for the


LATM Pu
Wehave to-day advises f
the 5th inst., by the barq
soun, arrived at this port
inst. ; while the steamship
ton, has brought Havana
Cruz news to the same d
ha
The Havana Dari. de l
finds in the papers receive
formation of the resigna
But the Diario's advices
are only to the 4th inst.
d' Union, published in the
which notices the conflict
course resolved upon by P
firms non
In one portion of its co
President had positively d
hundred men adhered to
himself behind the walls
abandon his office. In a
nmor to the effect that h
his supreme power, If ho
was the motive of the rev
that his private secretary
positively contradicted th
The Sigio of the 4th ha
should be apprised, however
reliable than almost any
of its bitter hostility,
regard to truth, against
Gen. Arista left the palas
yesterday morning, in his
fifty men belonging to the
from the fifth regiment.
panied by two adjutants.
tion he h
Mr. Juan Bautista Cevall
pseme Court of Justice, e
night, called there by the
stand that Gen. Arista has
hands of that gentleman,
Congress; and he also exec
ting him, in conformity w
the duties of
Both houses have been
o'clock this morning, and i
of the present session a
appoi
At present the majority
in favor ot preserving ord
the said Gen. Ceval
The reader will perceive
in obtaining correct inf
difficulty which we may as
will probably be greatly
fusion which seems to hav
nate Re
The confirmation of Presi
however, would seem to b
received from Vera
Vas. CaUZ, J
We are informed that th
terday received a commune
meant which has been substi
ta, for the purpose of kno
of the new President wou
city. We are also infor
him, also by an express m
with the principles proclai
unit., and that in conse
Mexico must confer with
acknowledged chief of th
of Mr. Cevallos is formed
Secretary of War; Mr. L
Treasury; Mr. Fuentes,
These names clearly sh
things-change of men but
The same necessities ar
causes of revolution are
is to be still more ephem
and will very soon disapp
plan proclaimed at Jaliso
Congress which has pro-ed
fidence of the country, a
President in conformity w
The only new fact that w
Le Trait is that the Jenn
had arrived at Tampico la
ordered by the government
tionists have availed the
large calibre, and seven
said to have compose

DOME DEP
MADAMS SONeTAo In LA S
den was again thronged to
the admirers of Madame S
her sing Amina, for the fir
Atlantic. Desire was no
for the extraordinary pr
great artist in the same p
the result of a comparis
unfounded these apprehens
the admiration of Madame
matic powers to the high
Tlhe instrumentation by
perfect throughout, but dur
ing was scarcely equal t
until the second act that
no and Blvino) put forth
gy, and then he aiU0
never before seen an au
ward the close of the act
in the Count's chamber
somnambulism, and deprec
ions of sivino, throws he
plores him not to doubt he
acting of Madame Sontag
passioned, her vocalizatio
pathetic, that there was a
Many of the audience imp
feet, and shouts of brav
from all parts of the ho
remembered in the anna
In the Ah non mreda,
ment, Ah non giunoe, w
she excited scarcely les
liant and unexceptionable
cannot be conceived. We ha
first time of hearing Am
maestro Bellini wrote it.
to accommodate the range
evasion of difficult pass
sic was sung as it should
the composer. Bellini's
its exc
Pozzolini's JKino is deci
which we have had from h
commendation. The little
as the Count was also we
though from some momentar
he hardly did himself full
ravieo. The same opera
day evening next, when
musical readers, who have
they were so familiar wit
care for hearing, it again,
can lend new charms t
The experience of this s
reputation of Niblo's Gar
house pre excellence. The
fort of the audience are fa
well ventilated, and scrup
are eo lettered and number
all find their places read
The fashionable and larg
attended the opera on eve
weather was most inclem
have been drawn to a les
ble h


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te MCAsrV MtT T. AT Ti Se
PLeACH AnD Cauos araamr. to
A CHILTON, on TUESDAY. the l
at the Merchants' Exchange.
msit valuable pieces of prope
be Improved so as to pay a large
21 years w Ith one renewal. For
rartioulars. apply to the
ADRIAN B. MULL
LEASE OF BROADWA
MAIDEN LANE PRO
Terms at sale of leases of lots
No. 19S Broadway. and Nos. 8. t
offered at nublicl auction sn
18N& at 11 o'clock. M., at the
1 (,7 and IS Maiden lane being
Iand varying from S9 feet to 12
leased for 1 years from the l
fortwo renewals of 11 years. o
lessees a bereafter mentioned t
taxes andausaeaMments, and als
the buildings now on the lots.
for the buildings on let No. 8
those on Non. 17 and 89. and th
ilgs to be removed and new bu
lots at theexpitnse of the lease
thousand dollars each, within
Many next. lor which approved
the blddings lobe kept open
plied
Lease for 51 years from the ls
plotofground on the northeast
mreet.known asNo. 192 Broad
Jchn el.-dimensions as follow
street. O, 20 tet on Broadway, 161t
and 49 feet one inch on the eat
and substantial four story b
Broadway and extending bout
8 story brick buildings extend
street about 6t feet. It is disc
low the present building to r
lease The Income of these bui
about 1l7,000. In coLsequence
and improvements made in them.
willbe increased tibe nex
It ls presumed, however, that
Miles to change the character
the lessors agree either to gran
topay for the new buildings at
the usial manner provided nla
sore,. It the plans and specific
proved by them ; such valuat
thirds of the actual cost of the
615,000 therefrom tor the pree
half the cenost of their erection.
to be kept Insured to the amount
offienes tobe approved by the l
to the lemn. Should the build
amount reeieved on the policies
wards rebuilding or repairing
new policy to be taken out an
ion as be
Theannualrent Is fxed at 6
taxes and assessments. and th
centl. of whoh sum.with the Auc
the time of wale. and bidding
Is paid. Forty per cent. Is to b
next, when the lease will be e
security is to Is given for the
per cent. on the two first of wh
of six percent, per annum will
of May next, on which day the
paid and possess
The balance of the purchase
may remain atthe option of t
for five years. at 6 per sent
will contain the usual covenant
leaes granted by the leor.
ANTHONY J. BLBR

P LU
BROADWAY
NO. 16 BROADWA
SsING[fiEssES FEiT O
feet three inches rear. by lu0
of alloe3, will be sold at aucti
the late Isaac Lewis. D. D..at
SATURDAY, Feb. 5. 18.1.

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PORTA
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time it hasacquired a degree o
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line Howard. Miss Bates. Miss
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TARRANT'S COMPOUND
OOPABIA has beco
TARRANT'S EFFERVESCE
In alfl cases of Irritation or
burn and costiveness. it has i
great
For sale wholesa
JAMES TARRANT,.
Jan 10

Sheathing Copper
low Sheath
FROM THE MANUFACTOR
FOSTER A 0
The subscribers have constan
of sizes of this celebrated br
rience in its use, they confid
quality tha t can be procured,
ante es for I
Specimens of Its wear may b
and they will sell in quantitie
eet market prices. and when re
al in part payment.
sep 4-eod

Cleveland. Colu
nati Rail R
DIVIDE'
A SEMI-ANNUAL DIVIDEN
on the Capital Stock of this
of the lix months endingon th
mo. has been declared, payable
proximo, to stockholders regis
Agency, at the office of W
Wall street. New York. and at
hldters. By order of
J. P. HANDY
Cleveland. Ohio, J
jan 21-26&A

allbany A k chen
Comp
DIVIDEND
A SEMI-ANNUAL DIVIDEND
this day been declared. paya
Mechanics' Bank. In the city o
ruary,
The transfer books will be
Inclu
By order of the B
B. FOSTER, Jr


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The Huguenots in Franee an
Life and Timeof
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18156 totlie Accession or Louis
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A soclatlen for the Exhibition
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Each Application must furni
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jan 25 Sole Agents In th
CAMERON
42 anad 44 Pin
IMPORTEKIRS OF DUND
RUSSIA
Have now In stock and will r
moat complete assortment of
ed-ronsliting of DAMASK
Lro.n. LINe-N PlESiNMI
RELS. HUCKS, RAVEN'S
BURLAPS, WOOL BAGGIN
CARPETING. SAIL CANV
eAc.. which they will sell o
READY-MADE
.0t Reduc
The Subscribers will close
CLOTHING. at WHOLESALE, mu
that' the same style of Clothin
meant Is large and recently m
Terms liberaL F. J. CONA
sep 10 upstairs next to

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W THE SEMI-ANNUAL IN
this cily, on the flrst day of
named Securities. will be paid
office of the undersigned, on
pone.
CLEVELAND, PAINESVIL
ROAD COMPANY Seven per ce
OHIO AND INDIANA RAIL
gage Bonds. Se
CLARK COUNTY, OHIO.'Seve
Ep- lna field and Colu
WASHIL GTON TCWNSHIe, M
per cent Bonds. issued to t
Rail Road
WINSLOW. LANIER
New York, Jan. 6,183.
RICH CURTAI
A
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SOLOMON
241 Br
HAVE ON HAND, and are rece
rival from Europe. an extensi
the above goods
RICH SATINS and BROAD
LINES OF THE NEWEST
PRINTED DE LINES and
GERMAN WORSTED STUFFS
and MUSLIN CURTAINS,
LOOPS. BANDS, GIMP.COR
and LINENS for SHADES, and i
the Uphols
All of the above have been se
visits Europe expressly for tha
In price than can be purchased
the
S. A H. being practical Upho
oerailons In their line can d
ecuted in the bet manner, and a
on and
Wholesale buyers arepartitu
amine for
Contracts made fort raishli


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the Landgrafenberg-Napolo
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man, by E
THE QUEEN OF THE
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THE LIVING AUTHORS O
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CHRISTMAS S rORIES-Uy O
Relation's Story. IL The Chi
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A fresher. pleasanter, more
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RD, By Rev. F. W. SuLTo
The numerous readers of "
Number Five," will here find s
The lights and shadows. and e
of clerical lie. are well b
A lifelike sketch of trials and
ister is presented in this volume
broad pencil but tells much tr
The venerable rector has a ki
plicily, ar d ihe way in which
ue h elnh to tIke S
most vividly illurte
Just pub
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NEW B
THE TELL TALE.
Told by Old Travellers, by the
No.5.A
THE COURSE OF FAITH; or th
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THE EXPERIENCE OF LIFE-
"Amy Herbert"
CORNEILLE AND HIS T
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Hitto's Popul
TH1 POPULAR CYCLOPAID
TU
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By JOHN K
Anther of "The Pictorial Bib
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OF IOCHIETEH, LOC
FALL RAIL ROAD 7 P
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RAIL ROAD COMPANY.will se
the Id Feb. at 12)4 o'clock.
51S0,000 OF SEVEN PER
in 10 years, and convertible
par at any time previous to
able seml.annually on let F
CAMMANN A CO..
The above named bonds are
the proceeds of which are to
of the short bonds of the Co
further equipme
J. B. VaRNU
jan 24.ts 1DW'D
THE ONLY G
SO PRONOUNCED by gentle
prepared by Messrs Lea & Pe
der the name of 'LEA A
SA"CE," stands unequalled a
currie
For our trade sales, this sau
quart, 5 dozen pinte an
JOHN DUNCAN A SO


WINDLE
DEALERS AND
SIS VER PL
Manufact
PL. E IS MED
BATHING APPAR
56 Maid
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HOTELS AND SHIPPING S

ALEXANDRE
T HE iBU BSCRIBFR8 A
AND THE TRADE thatIl
aboveGLOVES ISEXCLUSI
FOR THE UNITED bTAI Ei. an
fill orcersin allcolorsand si
ito *:wh !ch all Id~u a I.
I The public are ceutior ed ,g
".tega2der". ".Ategassrsa".&
Sed during last ye
IAny counterfelters of Afm
Jan .82mNism
ACCOUNT BOO
EBCHANITS OPENING
New Firms going into opera
quire whole. or partial sets o
examine the Blank B
ian 11 ANSTICE.
-.L. & GEOR
NOS. T71 AND 72
SOLE A GE NT FOR T
8TA VDASD C
I FFIRB for sale at vory low P
0 superior CANVA8ts. Io& 1a
1 or Inch eivage. Warrant
facture toln
Also. P DLCIK. of thsb
Broadway Insu
JANUARY l
AT THE ANNUAL IELI ION
day,the following persons w
ensuing
1phureman flalsted.Bernar
William V. Brady, J.W.
W. B LSkldmore. Helmuns M
Wilson 0. Hunt Matthew
George T. Cobb. Reuben W
F. W. Idmonds. H.L. fo
Lewis Doty. J.. D
BolJ. F. Camp. John T. Fis
Charles Sanford. Aaron A
I Chester Drib Eg, Willia
And for Inspectors of the n
man, Wm. lM. Va
Atla subsequent meeting o
REETaR. Eq., was unanimously
ensuing yer. [j3an
lItlantic INre
OF BRO
Ocies, 74 Wall Street
Street,.
DIREC
r Dunning. A. Cook Hu
Dennis Perkins, Gee. A. J
John D. Cooks, Jan. Van
Mectus B. Litchfield,Isaac Ot
Charges Christmas, John A
Ja8. & T. Stranahan.Ourtis
Edward A. Lambert. John B
iLevi H. Brigham, Robert P.
Nehemlah Knight, E. Darwin L
Robert H. Berdela Rich
John N. Taylor, Jarvis
Walter S. Griffith, Ralph
W. S. Dunham, Henry A
John Fowler,
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VIV,'-ANsi, hangtiu tir
J In.incosb. and stcorely l
sure OagaiDstloes and damage
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teresttothe aitockliolc e at
um, four-fifthm of the remain
mong the assured In ecrc ha
tobe redeemable ino sash. l
and capital hall
Y
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Samuel S. Howland.
WhenWhitey,
anem. Eg d
WJ.um H. Russel,
Josiah,
Augustus 0. Downing.
Osaway s, Lamar,.
SWilliam H.IL Aspinwa
William Butler Duno
Charles H. Russell
Isaac Townsend,
John A. Stephens.
James Warren,
Arthur Leary.
Mortimer W. Hamtlion.
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LACES. DOM
600 C4t'S
lan 27 Fouro
WINTER

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ABE in receipt of a grea
x which tey offer at low p
Jan 8
RIC' S AFFS
W ILDFRNE PATENT
WITH RICH'S
RODNiY, Miss.
ISAAC BRIDGE. E
Dear Sir-We vend you one of
the fire in our town ontheid
extreme eat of a large frame
surround- d 1y a quantity sf
end many other combustible a
th ~ ~~ 4rrs thereinn we'h


6Zst Sates we have scen All ot
proved worthless, a can no
Your respiclfully.
C.. HARLSToN.S.
MeaOS. SJITAis A MAVIuN.
Gentlimen-On the night 0I
sta8k. eoneetl4 Of oils, can
and pacsklie-aleo a verysrea
-wse eonsumeaby fire. YourS
In the ho test part of the fir
in t the.n sd
in the mos perfect condition
ment, at dark.and the box of't
our custom, put into the Safe,
things to leave about.' Ihem
of my whole sock that had no
Unornunalely forme. ou have
ness of yenr Slmaindrto.t, 10t
one who witnesed tlb
Yours, very respectful
Merchants and others inte
books and papers from fire. ar
at the ltore of the undersigne
tiecates.samiar to the above,
years, No book. paper, or do
ever been bjur doby fire in
meant of Safes on hand at th
an at the factory, corner of
New York.
Sucorsons t
The only makers In the United
lamander asfes, with Rich's
Patent Elastic
MADE U
NEW AN B PECUL
F
Private Dwelling
boats, S

I"HERE BEDS, together
E COMFORTER,. Ac" are off
thorough trial, as the best
ses many and great advan a
tioned the tfo
They are cheaper than hair :-wl
way :-are proof against ail k
as well as relievers of Rheem
cleanly thsn any other:-are
As LuF Epasasvits.- a bert
tn" stotcintlv buoyant to
T'he will be found desirable
larly 'or Call'ornia, Australi
Pacific Ocean. bearing close
Ing to their
FOB hS
No,. 21 PARK PLAOB
r" Uphiolsterersf.Carriage
with the Felti
SThe Trade generally supply
SWe are permitted to use th
tiemen who have used and
George LSbchuyler.Eq.
J. Green Pearson, Esq.,
Ehbhu Townoend. Esq.'
H. Brewer, M. D..
J. W. Brad
Ca1t. Jeoa J. Cominock. Com
Capt. Hazard
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tirday morning. 29th iusL
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will be conden ned; cargo fo
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Boston. with part ofargo of
schr tgukar. of Halifax. from J
on l22. with loss of stils; sch
wid be ready for
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seanters teA Leary. Eperien
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sever, sole from to N-
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withcotton. Ae.
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lize, (Stonourab) with logwo

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taral Peter-, for NYcrk,. i
Barclque Fas. Wllson. Verit C
Left achr Eagle for NO'leaus,
Tehuanteipec,
Danish barque Hercules. Ahlin
fee to Beck
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with naval stores to Hussey
perienced heavy weather oath
f .tteras. saw a few bales o
her a
ScirlGilbert Green, Foidon,.
Dodge
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Schr Oregon, Lewi, -22 days
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to BeckerBA Graves Left Br
soon, On the 21st inst. off Ca
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Propelter Petrel. Rodgers. 2d
and sess
itetmer Delaware, H hours f
and p ssenger to C. B. S endf
Deoawere River full of drift
ashorein Duck Creek, Delawar
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ceilings rinnel,
BEL
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to Zere
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