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   Syracuse Daily Courier (Newspaper) - January 3, 1857, Syracuse, New York                                COC SSOOT? 1JV VIMM.V THE TIBBT BAWHIIfO OF EVXRT ATTEMPT T0 UXOUOt AFT POBTIOH   i r tin V ir 0 j r r im f 1 'j ib i l. tl s irrl Mil S II is i llrf< ,11! i -i nt i ly mil il luaK tt ml f il V- H U i l I on or I Ur ill i r, Jt VI r rr'l'f I! i If' i tli M no t O I K I M rl OF1 On li: i r.r 111 fin id n' TTII Thrr 1 ir Tin rti n, One Id" r! ot 1 wo I. strlE ns i T r c H" Fiur -wiHlora l S t liiwl M Ti i "tl   finilinH ilrltu L f tn r lei1 th 4 eunrl lift te 'n II on nn ill 1 .irili nldo iff-lir itrett ft ir ro In thei ce- Ncrtlierh I t n i II o j ir 1 I I'l b reot seMlirtlid ue 5 ftH r rl t.tie four r drf to Lemon street ti i utli rly ill IM f tfinon Htnet itvcniind I t M I i pine f boitliuiliil. Hie airne 1 ol l, ji-rt  n half rod" Ncrtt ot Itn i tmect'nn I M i i an I i on xtn t thenci North on the r nst Leinnnilr "til U> Itir i fi t them e i pur ilM I, lirilr t tr t ro I- (101 f nil Iirillil Itln tt IMi y ih-ee fret thence V rut parallel w 1 vr sir l foul ruup to tl r place f 2H SEO N IWor il nil MEDICAL. It s Mi mnl! i lit J Iretn nl s T IX MX in in fv ir n init F o m n Six line nthl 1 y ftr vlliflft II ri I j o' A null A ivi bflri ttsfiHr I of Ui r pe a M lK lit- f Mctl b- I a (I f< r iv 1 nwi. I nli 1 nil i 'ur tl< i I R  -nltii I'iri rto, unl' forl I fn 1 J uunW for fxul lioij-, loDc.r.1 Jit r-ceit Tun Utl ut I r A'TtrtuinttoS! fnr InilHutb'w t tr r p, Ml .111 'i 'V[ "MI'.W" from uaus.L T 111 FAIL r K 1% .tlHAN 1 t 1 COUiR Cithirlpe Curmn and oth sunluitiiuni Carrnn and othtrs By vlriiit id 1 1 n ir-unnct of in nlcr if this Court ma It in the i on 2T'h lay of Utccmbtr nnd on l i'6ll liy until tl iinJiikdin Clurln oftii f Onon Lteomty I stll it publit auction t) tlit hltli rt it'i.rr, it In Olote hi tlip city of Syracuse, ut tinA. In tie fircnuon tlie ol Daccm f o-r tlcf premises All tint c rtnin jatCtr of larii s! ustcU Sn Syracuse, bout deil as foilor 3 Milberry six feet tortllby lot nuni r i iiiiKtn mis hundred anil forty three feetusd -.rn- by tht -fin of lot number nlnt, si j n f t, n I doutii b> Int numbtr twenty one one hundred .aiJ  int I nn tb twelfth day of Ajiifl, In tlm one tlioHui lilfclt umlrelard llfy two, nnd toifrtlitr will the i on 'f of tlur n crwtafncd, recordi i In the ollico ot thi Cluk of Uic oi1 Onoodnga, on the r vi.nin uf J ilj and fifty two, st i M In Ilbei nK y dlx ofmortltagai, stplge f ur I uudri t nlujit) llvt.ic anil unsKlTcn to suture tl c payment elfsht mnllred dollirn toiteth cr witlnlie lub-n.it thereon upMJ which mortgage there Hdtl i It hi uue at tli  law for thereuovu-i i thi.   follows to wit be hlnulng nt the south jlne of the i turppliie rout the torn r i f a p cce J la m, on or about fiixt   netoen links, thenct nit Tom rods anil fiie links to ihe South cc-aer o> the piece inrol nbbyp jonnHoneil owned by Slchard K riavii, thcnoe North twenty six andnlneteenJinka to the pi ice of about three quarters of an acre of tht name mote orlcua. Dated Novtm Ijer 24th, 3HFLDON, Mortgagee S MTPBS Auburn N Y Ittorney Who cai nichlmlF J-TJL vena ol tne City of ae, Oountj, OL tho 18th day of October, 1 y a "ertain indentura of bearlni; ditc that day reco-iled in the Clcrk'a onice of the County of iBnoBdaga, in book No Si, ofmortgagta on tbi- Oqtober 1852, at 2 o tlotk P M in order to secure the payment of In six equal annual paymentswtth Interwt as therein pro- vided mortgagt unto Jt Iwi rd S1 Uls'iardson, of the same r a certain of la id sciibed la said mort- gage substantially as follows, .0 irt All that certain pkce or parcel of land, sitsato int Sitf Oily of Syracuse, anil btli J, a part of block No tJs2, according to a map made for Ban iel by J' M re iccordel In his record of S( rveys Feb, 2, 1852, and bounded And described us follojra Beginning at a point on the south: line of Hurt eight weal of the west line of Grape qtreet, running thence southerly and parallel with Orgr-i irtreet elgbt rods thence westerly and parallel with Butt street one hundred and sifctr ilx mil 05 lull thence southerly jtarallel with strtettlthtiods tftenoe wesi on the north line ofTan Hi ren strecteight rods to-tixMSJUt line-of Mulberry street thence north on ttie-sMt line-iK Wulbetiy atreet sixteen rods to Burt sonth line of Burt street to tile place -of, Safd mortffagt contains a -yffwrf w nfiCVtB is rJcorecorwItn It and hasbien duly aaslfltted by SII.J SilOaMrT midlisriion to Robert U. lilchaidbon, jm by die uld M. Richardson to the undersign F, and whereaq there !s claUicd to be dte OJL sard mortgage of fie Uist- oublfcfitloR of suni of 1603 20 WO, wifti interest from t1 a 181k day of October} Anfl to bebome- due the further sum of r and default; has been made in the paymmt of. theotue, ircd no prcteeiUnk at latvlros been had or instituted for the of the money'sedurea to be patd by said raort gage ot any part thereof therefore, notWe to Hereby given, Unit by virtue power of sale contained in said, mortgage, and Sn pursuance of the Statute in such cade made and earn mortgaged premlaes above descr bea will be ipMic> 9QVtlpn to the ge Thereby fbreclased oa Uie at bMock if the. forenoon; Jn Jlua rftf of Syra- B'S POTTER, isSSie. B2DTS 4 KlCHiMlKM, Att'yl. Ol AC. AXD 11 JL AIL PfBSOKB HEAD .NDTHI53C BOOrOS 0 S COIPF n COMIBBM W eenMenluny at bit Icfirmrji of tfie SjraciML House, use.N Y ,Nfc J Qttumcr upitHirs oa nil diJ nf the OnleJallTe Orpins, lu iKth JIaie and of i alure Ills new method of ueauaeol, to operation in the old nmntry am! Ifoipltali In We Coiled states, warrant-! him In the dlienses are wont to OMII ae, arc wUbUfrt- A mure, qnlcK, and pe-mnient cure 1 ji of no how long tba disease fcas conllna  re V T UXMItTON IO It i it Ulliill no mtifn! anil insth 1 Ire Hnlhr '-tupl T> nun, en. qiluanlKT in I' c AKT tit f rcil thrtt I Ila i> irfit iteiv In ill on ivllfcr lo j arl ff crur t KO i cnl r -ij i f' at. j of Uir be at full lil u AET 4 ne witii H Titkt-r m tin. innuTl tl Btr I it n of Torts of Vrt on the iJtlt of J mi n nhjcl a n "1 i x lu-il Ic ynmtonj, or (n nil 1 tion copies of the g rms partiejilir" frLi. r 311 lie 1'ion cnjjt on> t vn be nil le it he vwl 5iew- Oth VljaioH Ji ir uni V I nit Hon OfTicof I) i O F Ontt wlto the her BIRR llor hi. f f the N trie I aniiTKUt Of flit l.inln 11 >cK Sj tfi. t i co] of t e Vrt Journal tin ut. !i id grit s 1 ilai Mel I f ui 1 A o in aji Qf Cl 4Au vvsni- in i Vrrtfa T of yrrrrir soA e in wnirh wt will saabc t In ifoie-rtheh st Cu'-tens !n the Site, wefe-1 t n-c D !hi f dcsSzn iteep ijf oo tbe iannwt uort n.ect of mfe-f lueff, in feWs city BOiS 0 ir ixpsclal J be to thb i i' ir fi hand Uw moat eomptrtf vr o' lot of ah aw! from an i upward !o mcgir KHttimmnt ta ci-> Gold V, warranted uerftct Where he will Introdut PITVJ.TK anil i on Cma. the notice of those afflicted DaOlfs, TBI Mmrcs est biddei said mort Itfth Ay of .Tannary1, 1 otfljat day, ntthe near the'oaquai nt'i" Store 'ormerly S ij Nq q.'S) 'Jorlh 8 niarx-u, of the Ol Sidney H Cook, rectivtr y nnu iffetto of OW S.S rt 3 01 thi irty nnu iffetto of OWCT Baly, Owen Duly nni DennW Bnly By -rtrtne and In pursuance f si t tbeSnpreWO Court, made In the ab >ve cnlltleJ cow on the lith day of Deccmoer extci JH tly In Hi I F A T IS K It ht Manufactur Mid sill" of S T 0 C.K oftJito i ni d SortlK lonxani cr'li ft! by goo IW 0-iV BTTMOS' Tsst r'lUai "rn 'u n 11 ei i In futur' L wn iis.il 'JT Uidia swl Suln', at _P.wi iw> theiutlcment oil whcrelr was entered and loeketed IB the Clerk's eliicc ofjOu ndaKu. the fli" of f) etmitii r 1-.W I shall icll at puMIc auction to tt c Ughest MWr -jinblic hbnss kept by fltel' UK una known is Bow s Hotel, In the towr of On w x I ty uf iw u dock In the forenwnrtho followlw? described il tint certain ti act o'land In OncndBBB county, detd xl CIcazcrtooMH to Wllllum Wieadon, r I 11 TfV. JUty Clerk s office, in book No tT of, itoela 74 4c ami brinf! part or lot No 8S tl e lato On uda.a itese i atlo il'uote in the tow i of Onondaia an I I Blnnlni, at the south w ent corner of said land deeded 1 j mlB srld WIHlaw thence cast 01 llm of mild piece o( land eighty roils to the enit nc of nnid 131 OS tl encrfhoith on said last mention ell'ne tiveiit) eight Mils, ihenoe, south westwnrclly to a it ike iiwil rr rods dlrectl) north of Uie plac  Hoytis the only agent in the United Stalest Also for sale at the office TOE PKiiLfi PitorscnjQ IssnmaaT, an unfailing preventive of concepJTo i.'ls hrViluabie to such as through some physical contormiaon- or detormlty, ar? tateB for safe repoductira Orders from anv part or the United fltates, InclosiBi IBSUIB the returu, the l-nftrument Eeroember that Dr Wm E Hoyt is tie only permanently established swid responeible PbyakSan In Central New York, irb  us "Clirnoi ins Allpersons wno would ive the above ramed Glasses a (rial, arc requeuted to notice latthejioraetf (tJ Burt" is stamped upon, the frames Old Gold and Silver Spectacles taken in excltanse oltf WIU-AgP k HAWLEY PBEMHTM THE SUBSCRI- BKKS will pay tfce highest rate of premium for the fol- lowing Silver Cum United Dollars and Half Dollars (coined before 1353) rju ....._. JL luthor of M Heir of Pe-aclSffe lluml Ac T HAMILTON by M-- lor sale bj 11 T HAMILTON rfTJOi JPAJKAGSUfiEBTS on a to Pail JL txhlbnion bi thi luthor of I oreiu Del: en' ind Doctor Antonio For ale it IV T IUVHTOf h are i art r-tartiB froiB heir Tssrt, iidS are uaw r a i ng a spi u lid of F! EKCI! AMI GERMAN, 3FO M> CLOl HS A irr a.' to prut qnality   and ire wo M reipectfWSy inrjta aHentlon of (o intr, dealers, J Aleo a arpe attjrtaiL of BG13 CLOTITOiG NEK mrrabt Our mfdresi, fo Sortt BtuSdJng; M C PiUiEa. oltf "3. W. Stuttx. S4 WIM, NFVS POKIEM OO1.D VNW SliVEK: ly th the bookstore of T HAMILTON wtb ititio Wr-eatlej D D Archbishop oT Ital 1 n English Crowns and Half Crowni South American and Half Dollars Trench 5 Ac HAWJ Manafactarers of Silver Ware, East Genesee street. Richard For ssle by IV r HAMILTON PBOTE I; and for sale by bvG W Just pn M T HAM1LON >ot and uniform b Fot pbar favors Lotc oiva'lii mSjTia, by G li W T HjVillLTON B OOKb JrOK PBDL nrahii: PJRK INSURANCE COMPANY pledging CAWTAL-Tills Company coiitlnue. ti Insure ugalnst lofaor Damage by BtiJ Puinitu e Warehouses, Stores and Merchandise, on thirty tiro feet, to the place o Beginning Said mortgags was given to secure the-paym, at of three tHonand1 doUarj m three eoual annual inBtalmentt, from the date o) said mortgage, with t from ihe date thereof all sums unpaid, payable at the time of each PfKTUtl CO Hs.il ii- 1 n coun'-llon will 'I, !r QiLaulHhne it on rt lletall Boot aiifl I t Bwr. In tlw BLOCK, 0 r ill nt-v, nnd of our owl nonuac lustl foil, r-onai-i'irir if every VST! ly and stjlo, ftrii. a imo 'tetin (.liter e ihlek Boot Ladles B Ho t J n-> O ilitr., f r Clotli io I ace do All Cl th Cr is, 'ess Clitn 1 Mn' jtco 0 O.1 U ri Kip an' T! Irt, U t inch Calf di H vt Rij, an I VonUls en 1 (If do t ri-rj varl ty mid an mt m Lu HooW s T, Cenu 1 X> 1 1 M  WIl THIN CI'rAPJvT ui ill I" b vorkroei in .own, mid from l can iff slif J l mui-Kit i a nfchrrtiio'K- illtif wh h -rtli as (her, ai tjuablnli-vi Stw ijri, inv ro Ui tt, tl ma 1 a'll hove the e..3 rtorm, A PCM W Wood, fcl-s I'on ert, Jffiti i Wantln, II Brlltnn, Ji it M Slaw, Hid fr t C 0 i iitlluf Pollloi, tnlcrt .f ,lm Mil) ill Cltw J Sheplaid, Jnanc A S'onn Jrnira Apnkl y JOHN BA'ii CH William Forgay, Heuben K Wood, C Chas Sandford, (leo WUlmayer, William Plielps, W -H II R Van Rensi.laer, J Chas 5L- Church, JnhnJ Dortic, Stephen Sio-m, I ueien B Lverd'H, Jr Chas A Whitney, John Leverldge, 'i HTOKM, Prcsidem ORAKf UU8TAN, Secretary and whereas there theieon on the first Ion of thin notice, tne "am of five hundred dollars, with merest thereon from the 3d day of March, 1856, nnd io grow and become dje the further and other of MXW, snd tatere.t ihereon I from the 19th day of Januarv, 1856 and, and no proceed 1 inus have been had or Institu >-d M for the recovery of fti same or any part thereof, now, therefore notice. 16 hereby civtn that by virtue f tht power sale contained n said uioitgage, the said mortgaged premises above de scubedwll! be sold at publi> wctlorif the pnondaga Temperance Uouse, In by Wright Miller, on the 14th day of January JS57 at ten o'clock in the forenoon of thai day SAMUB P. GiifB, Mortgagees. i 4 Ncxro, Attorneys NKHC-rAS L BHUNDAOF.fcnrv yor New Ti art, October FIRT rSSDRANCF (JOMPAUT -Incor L porateil April NOB 6T Wall street and S BoiMy, New C ipital, 000 Assets, over irfwi WANII1 L BURTNFTT, President KJ JAMM M McLfcAN, DfCORATIVB ARTIST, 1.0 BRIIAl WAV New of tile 1'residunt IT S Patent Offlcc, the Trc mi 11II me the l-evere House the St Nicholas Hotel, the ill Houie, lleleMn House, ic Dining Rooms LiDruno? and entire Dwelllngu ornamented i c 1 Hi tht hlguest   li a Mew Si k Uo oilier (.MS h 11 -itfuhkrible iffip Ion Wi Ih be mode MKW YORK POMCfc AGENCY j Mo 5 Krwee Elotk Sjrucuac, iNew York ViKNUM C LnUvd StaUs Deputy ffarshil of he Njrthe n Di tilct of New York, and KBEStW. U i OTVJ i d Deputj Sherir hive established tin Aguncy nl Sim ise N Y for the uousactlonftf a general DMICim POLICFBUSINfcSS, will at end p-reo JaUy to the Invcstl0atlon of depreda ui Imu la, and criminal offences generally tnt delectloo ifoiremleri procuring the arrest nnd com Iction, the an vrthunalon and eturw of tugitries from jnitlceor bn'l, t c'e 1 st or stolen i roperty, ferreting out rill remd fle-piedallorson al! roadu in tbe State of New York ni other States, oMaluingiliforraltlon ii Fiom In civil am' criminal business tliev untter them elves that Ihty will be able give entire t ll-facti u to 8H nl o may untrust business to their MORTGAGE Stephen B DU and tharlotte B his wifp, of the of Sjrra cuse in the county of Onond' ga, on the 10th day of He ecmber, 1855, by a certain in enture of morfEage, late that day, nnd re-oj-ded m the Clerk'a Orace of Hie ountyoi Ouondaga, In book No 79 of mortgages, on page 493 Ac on the 17th aaj of December, 1855 at four o'Uotk P M in order -to stc.ure the payment ol in tliret equal annual payravnts with Interest, as thereir pro> ided, did mortgage ante Robert M, Richardson of the same place, n certain piece of land described in saldmort age nulBtantlaUy follows, to wit that part of lot hio hundred and tuenty two (322) of the Onon 9htl ordrr wi.li MIHWM U BV.IM-tB ami OFF'CS S All Oet.lrlM.i i herthvlrivei in nls lien e v .-.olullt n of t.ia Cmmnhiim ri of til iJiidOirne, HI l pursiri.1 tr clu, er lUe t' ls'1 fhitoii si 1U o ll> h f r-iooi "i t'  ci'i of ICIH will c 11 nei i-i. tbe tl e following loss 01 (fsms ml 1 ir th iiy ra It i if isl if I'lom a'r e nVIcftl-orn 8 I oU nun I er W 'I, j 10' 16 In li 11 n up tiienof n idi b> fti d In th i i ll e nn I i; 11 find a e pj ii J t 'On Mnps U 'f air1 f rfc i thereof opf fourth par n, nn, ,-e i-, J s Ic o' K'ihlli fr ur 1 the in sli: al n i nierwit simpercentpei-i-i J i r Uioon.Jl tinrs of ss-e iltlia w i d of It "in of Tir i mil I In I f- -ul iber 4 -4 1 anil r" In b r k 4 f B 1 f L4 nceorlinhtinsurr anil M rrilll t- ItvU i kill" of Ilif i i. jo of Secrciao cr f tin 1 "f h c uiilj b op the diy of l iti i id ih mmli cnn lillons 01 will parel n el-lii i. R LOWFLL, No 531 razee Block. RFFi.Il TO Tiie TTon HORITIO 35YMOOK, i Tht Hi n N h 11 Judge o' the U S District Hull n HIM i, n ITT, ItoiUvm Duu DKWoi I Oawego (.1 MS U b UlatrlCi. Attorney J M MJTT U S Siamtinl olt outh c ist corner of atlidjlol ind nmning thence northerh on the line of said lot anil one-fourth thtioe westerly on a line pa ille' with the track of said rallrtadto the wcsteily boundary of said lot tiro hnndrod nnd twenty two, slghty rolls Ihenee southerly on the inc of said form Jot twenty oifd one-tourtluSOJi) rods, to the iatft Central Railrond, and thence n'ont, said mil road cifchtyrodstothe plact of oeRlnnlng, r-ontaWnR ten urrcs an 1 a. fraction of land Said mortgage contains a "ti which is rccojdedlwlth it, an J has Ken dnl) isilunedbj Robert M Rlchrrdsoit to Orlgen i b! the said Orlgen Var denburgh tt asrfjned.to said Robert M Richardson, and ,j theaaidKobertM Kichord- to the under and wr-ereas there Is clalaedto be due on said m rtgafe at the date of the first publication of tuis notice sum of with Interest ron the 10th (lav of Deoe ber 1S5C, and to become due the further sum of frSOOO, id defantt hss been made in of ti c same, and 10 proceeding at Jaw has been iad or imtitutedfor tne r coyery of the money eecnreil to t e uaid by said mortga e or tmr part thereof Now thereto, c, notice is hereby given that by virtue of thr> iioivtr of bole contained in nld mortgage, and inpursii inct o tho Stntutcin such ise irindo nnd pnnMeo, the said morljaped premmcs at ve fJucribed, will be- sold at ludiler, iiid mortenge jjethertlj fortclowl on tli 13th daj of March, 1850, at 10 o clock in tba forenoon f t'mr day, at -the Syracuse House inthecltj ofSjracu e Dried December C V (it N POTTER, Assignee RicmKoso-s, A a t iMB 10 iAHtSTS AND GbAUDHNS RPSIDINfi !n b t take his method of calllnt jour don i ilie iiitunli n and clam g of BHOOKSim SCHOOI FOK S, nlBtrk hire N Y no! far from the line of iiui Uii ifutac lui I ond This 'n llliiti n Is ueautlfullv iltmtid and eitilipp   uho nl-ilvt i eonftr hUn If tliey ivifl uavetbtgoid- nfs? to Icnve their names with either of abovo named every kind of humor, rom the worst Scrofula down to a common He has tried it in over and never failed ex cept ta two cases, both thunder humor He baa now in his possession over 200 certificates of Its virtue, all within twenty milea of Borton Two bottles are warn nted to cure a nursing sore mouth One to three bottles will core the worst kind of phrples on the face Two to thr e bottles will core the system of piles Two bottles art warranted to cure the worst can ker in the mouth mdsomnch. Three to five bottles are warranted to cure the worst cases of erysipelas One to two bottles are warran ed to cure all humors In the eyes Two bottles are warranted to cure running in the ears and blotches imong the hal Poor to sli bottles are warrant ed to cure corrupt acd running ulcers Onebottlo will cure scaly eruption of Jie skin Two to three bottles are warranted to core tne worrt cane uf r.nKWonn Two to three bottles are warranted to cure the most desperato case of rheumatism Three -to tmx bottles are warranted to cure salt rheum. Five to eight bottles will cure the worst case of Scrofula A benefit always experienced, from tbe nrit bottle, and a perfect cure is warranted when the above quantity is taken Reader, I peddled over a thousand bottles cf this in the vicinity of Boston. I know the it hi every case So sure 88 water will e tlngubh flre, so sure will this cure humor I never sold i bottle of it bnMhat sold another Italwayi upeato tor Ittelf. There are twa things about this ben that appear me first, that It grows in tnr pastures, in some places plenti fill, and yet its value has never been known until T dla covered it in 1840, second, that It should cure all kind of humors Jn order to give Ides of the sudden rise and great npulajity of this will state that inAprll, 1S58, icddled and sold atout six bottles per day In April, sold over a tho isand bottles per day of It Some of the wholesale dmggis'j, who have been In bos mess tn-pntj and thirtr years, say that nothing in the an nils of Potent Medicines, was ever like It. There is a nni versal pro Ise of it fron all In my own practice I always kept it strictly for humors but -fincf its introduction as a general family medicine great and wonderful virtues have been found in It that we never suspected Stveral cases of epileptic fits, a disease which -was al B considertd incuiable, have bean cured by a few bot- tles 0, what a mercj, if it will prove effectual in all cases of awfol e are but few who have seen more of it than I have I know of sev era! c is.es of dropsy, all of them aged peo pie cured by n For the f diseases of Uie Liver, Sick I tadache, Dyspe Asthma, Fever and Ague, Pain in the Side, Disease o the Spine, and particularly In dis eases of the Kidneyn, has done good than any me liciie ever known No change of diet ever neeewary, you can get aid enough of it Manufactured by Ifonaltf Kennedy, 120 street, Roxbury, Mass Price General Agents, New York, C T Clickner, 81 Barclay, A. B. D Sands, Ful on si Eenyon, Rogers Co South Salina st, and Br Moore, North 9alina st, are t gents for Syraenit. O. VI Btoddard, Agent at Oneida, Mat ison Co. Syracuse, oltf Jurgensen Watches, T F Cooper, Duplex and Levern, Oaguerreotype'Watches, Independent second and one fourth second Watches, Patent Chronometers, Eight day Watches, Keyless Watches, wind and set without key, Diamond Watches, Gold Hunting English levers, Gold Hunting detached levers, Gold open faced Levers, Gold open faced detached Levers, Bold open faced Lepmes, Silver Levers, English, Silver aetached Lei ers, Swiss, Silver Lepine, Swiss, Pocket and Almanars for llaoT or memoir of Eminent DKLD, a Tile of tlu. Dismal Swamp Hj a. K Stowe. And a large assortment of new clieap PubLcations sold as low cash pncej By PECE 4 UCIiD THE OtUBHHTS SimplIBeil for far Ihe youas foBa, by Sarah W, Bradford Jnat -e celvcd by nil W T UAIOLT J.O HFAD TH1S-OLD AND YOUISXr 40 Diamond Pin? and Finger Kings Diamond k_ -'ngs and Crosses, Ladies Setts, mosaic, pearl, sc Bracelets, a'l gold, and hair, ladles' Ear rings and Brooches Ladies' Guard and Chiteiiine Chains, Gent's Guard, Eob and Vest Chains, Fob Keys and Seals, Studs and Sleeve Buttons, Finger Rings, Gold Spectaileg and Eye glasses, Gold Thimbles, h Gold Pens and Pencils, Sliver Table Spoons and Forks, per set, Sliver Dessert Spoons and Porks, per set, Silver Tea Spoons, per set, Silve Napkin Rings, Gold Armlete, Go'J two, and foar glasses, Breast Pins and Scarf Pins, Charms, from to 276 125 to 300 140 to 175 100 to 1J6 SO to 140 SSto 300 53 to 150 40to T5 to to 28 to 24 to 12 to 15 to 24 9 to IS 7 to SO Tto 300 100 to 800 15 to 75 5 to 80 2 to 25 10 to 100 bto lio 8 to Ito to ito 12 to 9 to Sto 2 to  ut tlie United St Ues and British f ovujces If yon irant to 'if-iff-f. nxA Beit jUwrisecat at ALL W1S 'EH OMWUlSe, te ATBb SIGN K THE OUt MAK WBSH SOS, IS If 8AMSA SfSlXS. e been lamrfaettirlag for the ?Mt tiro ndlrne not; ot tai isttrenew a2) Ik -r-cuse, and ready tor ot itfateSt 3w 11 cheancr than over befort I bay uy gooto Sat etA, mi sell for cash on I can 0ttf r.r ary of my evaapeUton IB ihe M4e all, Kmii -Iradu, taA tt? our or li Uimp Vte nc T ocrapy tw> Surge e basement, all fined from floor to rjSttttf Cottt ord Pants by th tbosund, Vats Ml creallca, ,-eUier with a irge lot ol ImulaWaj; OCKOS B01S' CSTOTH alargef ortment this r, tan C JTSTOM UEVABTMEST. Pt rsons flrlsVn ga-xoeuta to oravr do io ll, as I have ai aot to ard. at led tha York jiTlcct I irectly from tit !t tcaMa meio deliaa ssxsiia THB SSKAS, C3BKT. IIAlfU, 35AT be [OKBa NO vheiemsjbefo kinds of ILOTHS, SKB1S, 4HJJ -raSHtHOiS, ANI All garments i DJ 'SIS a yaricty o vi.ii, tf 5 vrunxiL somat not vafs wain, the frattitoj, they T 1 msSs order la tee nrcrt XffianA S-TATKN TABLISHM Office Ka. S iota two doom from Broadwa ,K 3f fancy goods of yerj desvriptinOr Tbeir dyeing ladles'" pairt h Crape -bawls dc fi UK moat brilliant orait-n fattt eoSora, All kinds of B! anu, curtalni, tc eieaotd or Qooiis recelvei and returned Sy UiSiMBT NEPHEWS t 0 3 Jota- tteret, S irea JBreaS. Y CLEA3T5T' HS THE BKSW ftataOX KAJOJEt BTJ0HS NO 50 JHF "EiSOK STUStT, M C J W Inform: tie pnMSe flat ai fct eaa t his airangemei js, 'ie opCT nH fcSt, nso Cotkffl Dyeing EstsIA hneut Wilt VIXS IRAS HcMiutM! 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Our ciutomert will find in at Ml aoppilc i with any Coal in martlet an opportunity of rw king their selections wave orders for Coal at the foHowina places Onr office conwr-ot Water aw! Mulberry streets, Clinton street the store of I 8 Onr Coal officfeon TT'STABIiISHEM in IWJ to tbe neis W JLj la> e block, corner of fcal na anil Fa) ette s reels S) ricuse room! now open forthc reception of pupils from S o'clock A x until 9 p M FACULTY. S, SL Basset, Pnrupal, Professor of the Science of Ac counts, Practical olid Ornamental Pe-unanihip, and Lec- turer on Commerc al Corrcsi ondence, W 'N .Pernne, Pracl Accountant, Professor of Pen manahip, Lecturer on Commercial Law, an I Commercial Comp itatlons N r Bisset, Professor of the Science of Accounts ino Leeturer on busmtas Customs 3Ins I M IieweJ, Assistant Preceptress in Ladies Oe LECTDKFRfi Hon G F Ljmslock, Uon t H Tyler, Judge Pratt, A. 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