t 30 | an extensive assortment of M m ; New Year. Also, a good largr* loaf of Bread. d9 Iis ? GAME DEPOT. Do iioj be frirhreaed, dear renders?no gambling allowed. What then? Game Depot 1 Tbat sounds strange for a Book stcre. t>ur next duty ? to inform our (Hoods, tie public, what mar be found at the Game Depot, There can i>e bad all >uch games os serve to strengthen thsi nsemory, and to iutract ami amuse tlie young, among which uuiy he lou'id t.'.e Game e! rf?e Kings. Just publisiied. consis - rag of a bnef h.s:ory of the Engluh Moauchs. trsim the Con quest to the present time, each card containing a beautiful en graving. 13. The Star Soangio! Banner. ? 11. Pickwick Cards, contai.-atg all at* Bel's characters, fun? ny eooiich I?. Tlie Racs?of Imp.-oio-nenr. 9. The Naval Battle. 5. Toe American Eagle, & TheS ege. 4. .Master Rrrd^tuy. 7. Fox and Chickens. 3. Charactcrirtics by a (jr. C Bell uid Hunmer. 2. Mansion of Happiness. L Dr. Busby. SHEPARD being left handed, has cot hts Games number! wrongend first; but so it .s. the Game of the Kings being the last paid shod, an-l one of the best, it was tlioug.'il ivc.-L.'...' i f a plore at the top of the cola_nn. 1 You id you like to have the prices placed against each '?> Ah: there's the rub; ?o.--ie of nur friends say SHEPAKD don't publish the pric?rs, but advertise as inucn as you hie Keav-a why. tbsy are too i'HEAP. The above depot b at 191 Broadway, vppoiin :. . / JS. ind lot an..i lbs :30 - the ber. at'