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CttB gftoi 8Kb Gossip. Return of Engine Co. No. 7. Constitution Engine Co. No. 7 of this city returned yesterday from their visit to Albany, where tb.ey went to spend the Fourth. On Thursday night there was a grand torch light procession in honor of No. 7 and some New York companies, - who were feted by their Albany brethren, in the most fraternal manner. "The Brooklyn firemen members, of Constitution Engine Co. No. 7," sayB the Albany Transcript of yesterday, "hare been most generously taken care of by the 'Belief boys.' Since their arrival they have been untiring in their exertionB to cater for their pleasure, and it is admitted that they have quite succeeded. Yesterday morning they showed their guests the city, and about noon, Bta;rted on jin excursion to Hudson, at which plaue they were received by the Department. On board the boats were Shelton'b and Cook's hands, and dancing was universally indulged in., After passing a few hours at Hudson in agreeable interchanges, the party started for home, arriv ing in this city about midnight, when all retired to their quarters. Everything passed off in the hfigpieBt possible manner, and the visitors will riot soon forget the ; attention ot their friends." No. 7 waB met on its arrival by a number of. Companies, who escorted' them through the streets, and the yhole of the Companies passed a very pleasant evening together. The Companies that met No. 7 were Nob. 2, 4, 6, 15 and 18 and Hose Cos. No. 5 and 7. A band of music waB in attendance, and the limited companies formed quite a procession. They were all in holiday style, and presented n very attractive appearance. Aldermen White and Quevedo were among those who waited upon No. 7 on their return. They speak in very high terms of the generous treatment they experienced in Albany Fatal Accident. Yesterday about 12 o'clock, M. Roger Mohan, who was driving a team belonging to the 'County Buildings at Platbush, accompanied by a man whose name we have not learned, suddenly met his death. When they had arrived at Canarsie avenue, between French's Hotel and the County Buildings, the foreboard of the wagon fell out, not having, it is supposed been properly fastened, by which ho was thrown oat of the wagon, and a barrel of cement (of whieh there was nine in the wagon,) rolled out and unfortunately fell on the prostrate man causing his death in about five minutes. He spoke but once, and said "he wanted to see the gardner" these were the last words he uttered. He was 37 years of age. A Coroner's inquest was held. Verdict accidental death. Women are some on wants. Give 'em a silk dress, and they ' do so" want a fifty dollar cashmere. Try that on, and they " must have" a ten dollar hat. After that bracelets, capes, gloves, and so on. For wanting things all the way'from the top of their head till the middle of the week after next, you may put down de laine clear up to one hundred and twenty - four in the shade and very cool at that. Son Struck. Henry Boylan, whose wife died a few days since of cholera, was prostrated by sun stroke in New York on Thursday. He was brought to this city, and died in Front Btreefr. Robert Anderson, a Scotchman, was prostrated by sun stroke in Court street, near Mill, from the effects of which he died. Coroner Hanford held inquests in both cases, and verdicts in accordance were rendered. Death from: Cholera. An aged lady named Barnes, who was on a visit to her nephew in Grand avenue, was taken ill with the . cholera about 10 o'clock yesterday morning, and was a corpse before 4 o'clock in the afternoon. Mrs. Kelly, residing ia Amity street, went to bed well last evening, and died during the night. Disease is supposed to have been the cholera. Excursion of a Sunday School. The pupils of the Sands street Methodist school contemplate going on an excursion to Mount Hermon, Staten Island, on Thursday next, the 13th inst. The steamer America and barge Merchant are chartered for the occasion. A grand time is anticipated. The fare on the L. I. Railroad has been consi derably increased within a few days. From Greenport to Southold it has been raised from 10 to 12 cents, making now 3 cents per mile to Riverhead from 45 eta. to 60 cts. and through to Brooklyn from $2 to $2 50. Held to Answer. Henry P. Morgan, who was arrested some days since for an indecent assault upon a little girl named Betty Warring, was fully committed by Justice Smith, to await the action of the Grand Jury. Robbery. Last night some fellow broke through a window of the carpenter shop of Pouch & Crawford in Adams street, near Myrtle av., and succeeded in taking all the tools within reach, valued at about $5. The Morning Salute on the Fourth. We were in error in giving the credit of the morning salute on the 4th inst. to the Napper Tandy Light Artillery. It should have been the Ringgold Horse Artillery, who, it appears, did the honors on the occasion. The noon train of cars from Philadelphia for Baltimore yesterday ran off the track at Broad Creek, Maryland, killing Benj. K. Benson, the engineer, and Joseph Bobinett, a fireman, fortunately none of the passengers were iDjured. The Empress of the French is to go for some weeks to the Baths of Biartiz, near Bayonne. The Emperor will accompany her thither before going to the camp at Boulogne. Sands St. M. E. Church. July 9th, preaching in the morning by the pastor. Afternoon, Rev. Mr. Pomery. Evening, Rev. Mr. LipBeomb, D. D., of Alabama. The Tribune denies the truth of the story that its proprietors had held a meeting and resolved to take ground in favor ol dissolving the Union. ABsEccom, N. J. Upwards of three thousand persons passed over the .Camden and Atlantic Railroad to the beach at Absecom, on Tuesday morning. The Armory Committee was unable to obtain a quorum last evening, and therefore adjourned without doing any business, Meade ogalnit Slionnar . To the Editor of the Brooklyn Dailp Eagle Sir In your report of the alleged trial of the case of Meade vs. Shonnabd, W. R. Mksse - role, F. Mbserole and others, I reply that i1 matters as you report appeared on that alleged trial, such matters are not true to the extent you have reported ; though you have given so much truth as to give the appearance of truth. It is utterly untrue that I have treated Mrs. Meade in the manner you state, and it is utterly untrue that I have written her insulting letters, and utterly untrue that I have threatened her with personal violence ; but,, on the contrary, the letters I have written to her breathed only kindness and affection ; though all that could be withheld were withheld from her by her relatives ; some or one of them. I shall at present confine myself to this denial, but should these remarks be repeated, or any of a similar character, or any allusion to my private relations, I shall then be compelled, in jus tice to myself, to publish her complaint and my answer to it, supported by full and sufficient affi davits ; tnoegh 1 snail, lrom delicacy to Mrs. Meade, exceedingly regret being driven to such a course, nowever regardless her relatives may be of intruding her name upon the public, and then the public can judge lor themselves. In relation to the trial you spake of, I have only to say, neither my counsel, nor myself, nor single witness of mine was present. My counsel informed the Judge that he could not attend at the very extraordinary hour of eight o'clock at night to go through with a trial which could not end at midnight, and when many of my witnesses were living in the city of New York, and attempts at my life, I am informed, would have been made at midnight by a band of ruffians had I appeared at this alleged trial. I, therefore, under the advice of my counsel, refrained from so doing ; but shall give the parties concerned another opportunity of proving the truth of what you have reported, and whether tbey are guilt less of a brutal and cjwardly attack made by four or five persons on one individual. In relation to the ridiculous conclusions which you say were arrived at, viz : that I intended to carry off Mrs. Meade by force, it as untrue as it is absurd, f was on my way to my brother's residence at Green point, requeuted Mr. Willard to call on Mrs. Meade for a letter which the had in her possession, written by me to a relative of mine, which I intended to send off by the next day's steamer, and which Mrs. Meade handed to him, and I remained several blocks from the house where she resided waiting for the letter, and on Mr.Willard's return proceeded directly on my way to Green Point, and while on my way there was attacked in the ruffianly manner I have mentioned. Yours very respectfully, Henry Meadk. P. S It may be interesting to your readers to know there is no suit for divorce pending, but that Mrs.M. and myself are living apart by mutual agreement. BUSINESS NOT ICES Linens, Damasks and Sheeting, Irish Linens at Columbian Ball, No. SSI Grand street. Satin and doable Damask, warranted all Linen, Napkins and Table Cloths, bought before the recent advance In pries. Barni - ley Linen' Sheeling, all widths, for hotel and family use, eelllog off at educed prices. 8. it M.E. To wle It Co., No. 581 Grand St., New York. Silks, Shawls, Lawns, Bareges, selling off tocloseout the stock, of summer Dress Goods at pricei leu than cost of Importation. Plaid and Striped Silki, Printed and Plain Bareges of choice colors and patterns at S3 per cent reduction ; India Crape Shawls plain and embroidered at great bargains. Columbian Hall, No. 281 Grand St., New York. Edward Evans, Clothing Warehouse, Nos. 66 and 68 Fulton streets, between Gold and Cliff, New York. The above is one of the finest; Clothing establishments in New York. Mr. Evans extensive stock of Ready Made Clothing can compare with the very best ; while his prints are comparatively nominal. You can get there a handsome Coat worth $20 anywhere else, for $10. Complete Summer Suits for 82 50. jy8 Gt iUARKJKD, At Cleveland, O., on the 4th inst, Obsian K. Dooge, of Bosion.eouor oi Tne Li terarv Museum, ta ettie lvo.v. of Zanesville, O. ac uuntonviiie, on tne so mst., by Rev. E. Colman, Mr. Avgustti Reynolds, of this citv. to dm Almiea I.twn ofPlatleburgh. At Auchterarder, on the lSih nit., by Rev. James Taylor, A. M , ModzI - , Piter M'Ewah, Esq., of Wisconsin, to Lillias, dougnterofthslaie Wm. Byrne, Esq., of Wood end, Scotland. DIKD, la ihlB cttv. on the 7tb iniL. Louisa Loan, dnuphtnr nf Chas. H. and Eliza A. Bass, aged 1(1 months and S5 days. The friend" or the family are respectfully invited to at - tend the funeral, without further invitation, from the residence. Union street, near Court, at three o'clock to - morrow afternoon. Boston papers pless? copy. Inthlscity, on the 4th inst., John Gosson, Esq., aged 65 years. In this city, on the 7th inst, Saxah Ann, wife of John Bogers, aged 42 years. In this city, on the 4th Instant, Jane K. Walkeb, aged 27 years. in mis city, on me bin mst, ismily t , daughter of Henry T. and Eliza Metcalfe, aged 18 months. In this cliy, on the7th fust., Mrs. Betsey Buknsi wife of Patrick Burns. In this city, on the 7th inst., Mary Metigue, late of county Westmeatb, Ireland. In this city, on the 7th inst., cf Consump tlon, John Gra HAM. "fcTOTTOE. A Mpftt.inor nf t.ha Snonral TlormT, Sheriffs' 1st Division AmerlcanSpecial Guards will beheld at No. 19 Court street, Marble Buildings, on SUNDAY. July 9tb( 1854, at 2 o'clock. Full attendance is particularly requesied. By order, M. N. CROFT, Commandant. J no. M. Hareington, Sec. jv8 It PIO - NIC ! THE SANDS STREET M. JB. SUNDAY SCHOOL will make an EXCURSION to MOUNT HERMON, Staten Island, on THURSDAY, ISth of July. The commodious Steamer AMERICA and Barge MERCHANT have been chartered for the occasion, and will leave Thorns Dock, near Fulton Fe - ry, at 8 o'clock, A. M. TICKETS SO CENTS mav be obtslned or WILLIAM EDSALL. 62 High street, J WILERSDORFF, 3'7 Fulton St., JNO. SUTHILL, 13'J Bridge at., T. W. ARMSTRONG, 198 Fulton st. j8 4t J. I. GASCOI3NE, Secretary. CORPORATION NOTICE. Estimates for Well and Pumps Soaleif stluiates will be received at the Street Commissioners Office until FRIDAY Next. 14th Inst., at 4 o'clock. JP: M., for constructing Wells aid Pumps at the following places, viz: . At the corner of Conover aud Elizabeth stai Near the corner of Butler an d Bond sts ; and at the corner of Harrison and Hicks sts. The work to be done in strict confo mltv to the city ordinance, end to be kept li repair by the contractor for three months alter completion. A. T. LA WHENCE, Street Commissl'r. Bsoklyn, July 8th. 18 4. Iy8 id ptORPOEATION NOTICE - In the matter of ) apportioning and assessing the expense of Clasou avenue - grading and paving from Atlantic are. to the latbush line. We, the undersigned commissioners, appointed to apportion and assess the expense of the abovenamedimprovemenl, hereby give notice that we have completed our report of the assessment in the above entitled matter, and that said report has been filed in the Street Commissioner's office, where the same can be examined by all persons interested, and that we will meet in saidStreetCommissioner's office.on the Mth day of July mat., at 4 o'clock, P. Mn to hear objections, (if any,) fi om the parties interested, and to complete and sign our sair report. Parties having objections to make, will please present them in writing. Dated Brooklyn, 8th July, 1854. HAMUEL P. TAYLOR, 1 LEVIN OS J. LANSING, Scommlss'rs. . . J0HN S. MACKAY, J Jyo dtd ' panofbrtr. PIANOFORTES. R,. (ITRNN . fin Iwlllremoveon the FIRST or mav h..i.di. r - .. - Manufacloryand Wareroom,from No.184 Ftiltonto 8SSnrlnf street, two doors east of Broadway aPi n IgBEj il. WALKER, MUSIC STORE, No. 107 'If f lFulton street, Brooklyn. Pianofortes, Musical In - droments. Music, Violin, and Guitar Strings, be. PI ANOFORTE8 FOR HIRE. ys ly EgBk T. GILBERT'S J?iANO - FOUTES,wiTH ill lox without th jBoMAN.W - Having had frequent applications from pnpils and others, m select Pianos, I havo concluded to keep at my rooms an assortment of fine PIANO. FORTES, carefully selected, which will not only be confi. dentlyrecommendad by myself,but a full guaranteefurnlshed by the maker. Vhese Instruments are well known mronghout the United dates, and are admired for the tasteful construction and beautiful finish of ease, together with a pure even and brluisni laallty of tone and touch. They will be sold upon as reasonable terms as In New ft rkand Boston. Shepubllc are Invited to call and examine ci tlemselves. H.E.MATTHEWS. Professor of Music. Milodions, of superior make, constantly on hand and for tale at low prices and upon accommodating terms. IInslcRooml06Orangestreet,ner Fulton, opposite Brook' yn Museum. ap30 tf pio3foTlis71ttEK mu am!L,i e llUhe A1.'n8um Bk and Music store 175 Atlantic si. rnhl tf J. MARSH. mm Boot?, &t. S BOOTS. SHOES Xr. fJAlTWua flfat 166 and 168 Fulton street, Brooklyn,' f vmuuDiij auu w range ii rue is. 7 Messrs. SMITH k POLHAMIUS at their mammoth store would call the attention of their friends and the public to their large and extensive stock of Boots and Shoesfcom - priaing every variety of style, kind and quality, which they offer at vary reasonable prices. Our fine goods lor both Ladles and Gentlemen are manufactured under our own su - Dnrvia nn and (mm mi. ...... , .. , ..7 . V: , jfoam experience csn ssieiy guarantee good fits and perfect satisfaction. N R P.fHmiI.. ........ I . . .... . given id ea - ure worx ol every kind and repairing neatlyd m63m BOOT fc SHOE EMPORIUM, ia mxnTuti AVENUE, otno6n JLV1RIB ahjj fKAKL BTREKT8. lun .uu.griuor wouia respecttuuy inform Ms rrtenda and the public, that he has opened the above store, for the sale of Boots and Bhoes. The stock comprises a well selected assortment of LADIES', GENTLEMEN'S and CHILDREN'S wear, all at the lowest possible cash price. uiciuoiuiiJuuuui wurs rnauB to oraer. attae suortesi notice, and of the very best material. myllSm Between Adams and Pearl sts. $r 00210. p F. BARTHOLOMEW (Late .Bartholo - aiw a WUD.) new MOURNING BTORtfi, 651 Broadway, between St. Nicholas & Metropolitan Hotels, N. Y. Great Reduction In prices. Barga'ns in Mourning In order to make room for our Immense Fall imports' tlons. our entire slock of Spring and Summer Goods, com prising tne most extensive and complete assortment o.muunmn. uuuus in tne united States, will be sold at a reduction of 25 percent. 1,000 pieces French Muslins, vouw, uul4i. on., i.uuv pi. rrencu Ajawno, at is.; 500 pa.French Jaconets, at 2s , worth Ss. andSs.6d. ; 600 ns. French Foulaud Silks, $g par dross, worth 88 and $9: 500 ps. elegant Mourning Silks, at less thancostof importation. Bombazines, Chttllles, C rapes, DeLalnes, Bareges: Tissues, Embroideries, Mantillas, Bonnets, Sic,, Sec. itc. VST Now is the time to secure Bargains in Moarnlntr Goods. NEW MOURNING STORE, 551 Broadway, bt tweeo St.NlcholasandMetropoiitanflotels.N. Y. Jei91mMcD Special Notices. June 13th, 1854. Whereat, it is rumored, that the Choleraexists in our city. Now, tberafore,in order to allay undue excitement: Phyal. clausare requested to report fortnwith every case and locality to this office, so that our fellow citizens may have full and satisfactory Information on the subject. To exn.bit the duties of the profession, we subjoin the Every person practicing Physic in said City, who shall have a patient sick of any malignant, infectious or contagious disease, shall make and file a written certificate thereof staling the nameand residence of said patient in the onlceoi no Board of Health. And every person who shall violate, neglect, or relUse to comply with the above provision, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and on conviction shall be punished by a fine not exceeding Two Hundred and Fifty Dollars, or imprisonment notexceeding six months, or both. By order of the Board of Health. , " EDWARD A. LAMBERT, President. Joseph Hebbmam, Clerfc. jei4 ,f PUBLIC NOTICE BOARD OF HEALTH. Office of the Boakd of Health, Brooklyn, June Resolved, That th 5 resolution of this Board of the ISth InsL, prohibiting the keeping of swine in certain wards of this city being extended to the whole of the 8th and 9th wards, seas to include the entire city, and that no swine shall be kept or permitted to be in any part of the 8th and 9lhwardi, neretofore excepted, on and after the 3d of July, to and incluuing the 1st day of October next. Reolved, That thu President of the Board of Health be, and is hereby required to publish the foregoing resolation la such manner as he may deem oroper; together with a notice, that any inlraction of the foregoing resolution will be punished as a misdemeanor in a penalty of Two Hundred and Filly Dollars, and to imprisonment for a term of six months ; and that the several officers employed by the board will promptly arrestand prosecute to conviction all viola - lions of the foregoing resolution. By order of the Board of Health, .,, DVAftD A. LAMBERT, President. JOSEPH HEGEMAN, Clerk. jeSO if ITUUtON AVENUE, BRUOKLYN. A f ub - J. lie Meeting will he held on SATURDAY Evening Next, July 8th, at7 o'clock, at the Hotel of William Wli - Hams, Fulton avenue, near Reid av., to remonstrate against any extension ol time being given to the Contractor fur finishing the paving and grading of Fulton avenue. All interested in the speedy completion of the paving of thai avenue, are earnestly Invited to attond. jv7 2t A MEETING OF THE STOCKHOLDERS of the "GREEN POINT GAS LIGHT CO.," will be held at the Companies Buildings at Green Point, on FRIDAY, the 28th inst., at S o'clock. P. M., for the purpose of diminishing the capital stock of the Company to the sum ol forty Thousand Dollars. ($40,000.) New York, July 6th, 1854.' (Signed) MARSHALL LEFFERTS. F. H. WOLCOTT. SMITH CLEFT. CHAS. M. WOLCOTT. Iy6 td WM. KENT. JgROOKL.YN SAYINGS' BANK. July 3rd, Depositors in this Bank are hereby notified, that interest at ihe rale or b per cent, per annum, was credited to their respective accounts on the Istinsl., (payaqle after the l?lh Ion.,) on Bums of Five Dollars and upwards, which had been deposited not less than three months previous lo that time. intereslnot withdrawn will be credited as a Deposit, aud draw Interest in the same manner. Bv order. jySlwd ltw HOSEA WEBSTER, Presid'L OFFICE OF REPAIRS AND SUPPLIES, No. 4 City Hall, Brooklyn, July 5, 1854. corporation Notice. Sealed nroDOsals will bereceived at this offito. nntli T2 o'clock on Saturday, the 15th inst , for furnishing lour hundred Gas Lanterns, such as are now In use for lighting streets. JUUJN M. rjfiRRX, Jy6 td Com'r of R. & Sups. CORPORATION NOTICE. Estimates lor grading King at, from Van Brunt to Richards st. Sealed estimates will De received at the Street Commissioners office until Wednesday next, 12ln inst, at 7 o'k P M, for completing the grading of King street from Van Brunt to Richards street, according to the grade map on file in said office, and the city ordinance. Brooklyn, July 6 1854, jy6 id A.T. LAWMEN CIS, St. Com'r. OFFICE OF REPAIRS AND SUPPLIES No. 4 City Hall, Brooklyn, July 6th, 1854. CoapoaATi n Notice Sealed proposals will be received at tbls office umil 12 o'clock. Saturday, the 1 5th inst., for furnishing Four Hundred iron Gas Posts, such as now in use for lighting streets. JOHN M. PERRY, yC td Commissioner of Repairs and Supplies. WATCHES & JEWELRY. The Sub scrlberls nowaelllnghisSto&atunuaually low rates GoldEnirlish Lever Watches from 7jtu tn ftii Swiss Watches from 25 to 80 Silver Watches, all of which are warranted, from 6 to 40 Ladles' Pins, Ear Rings, Bracelets, Chatelains, Rings, he, of all the newest patterns and best materials. Some splendid Necklaces for children, A large variety of Gold and Cornelian Crosses. Gold Lock ets, Seals, be. New Styles of Gents Vests and Fob Chains, of s uperior quality. Silverware of every description, warranted equal lo Coin, and at prices which defy competition, always on hand or made lo order by thesubscriber. Spectacles of Gold, Silver and Steel, to suit any age 'Keo , u . , W - J - VANDERHOEF N. B. Watches of every description, and French Clocks, epaired by the most experienced workman, and warranted o give satisfaction. W. J. VANDERHOEF, d21 ly No. 146 Fulton St., Brooklyn. QILVER DOLLARS Silver Dollars can be a "l Kail Kiranli(ii..,i T T fa. t n . .. Stiella, Sifter, be, tie, oar Stock livery larce. and the real - nlifld In tnfa ritv nnrl taVAmnfh rmnKIn dllA. .h i , - J i. it.i.vH hvuviu, uui buvdi in an made from coin. JOHN D. CHASE, 203 Fulton street. Mwrafucterer of Silver Ware, Jewelry, tic, Watchei and workmen employed Bpi2 tf as Jaltms, l AS CHANDAL1ERS, PENDANTS, fcc T CORNELIUS CO.. 0 PHILADELPHIA),. undersigned, having entered in to an arrangement withMeisrs, Cornelius II Co., of Philadelphia, is now prepared to exhibit At his new Show Rooms, aigeneral assortment of the newest and most beautiful styles of Gas Chandallers, Mantel Lights, Brackets, and all other kinds of Gas Fixtures, from the simplest store burner to the finest Parlor Chandalierof Silvered. Ormolu, Damask, Bronzed, and Gold Gilt. He has acoinpany of experienced Gas Fitters now engaged In Introducing the pipes into buildings. All orders for dwellings, stores and public buildings, will receive prompt aTtenuon, and the work will be warranted perfect. The foremancac.be seen every evening at the store, or will call upon applicants to give such information as ma; be required. Tbe superior workmanship, and perfect manner of doln this most difficult business, has secured to Messrs Cornelia Co., a reputation unsurpassed in this country or Euiodc. mh26 tf DAVID COOPE. 91 Fulton st.. Brooklyn. GAS FITTING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. - Daviu Ooora, Office, 91 Fulton street. Akthoicy Stratton, Workshops, 76 poplar street, Brooklyn. Every kind and style of Gas Fixtures, made to order, by mhW COSNBUITA ic CO FISK'S METALLIC BURIAL CASE. F. A MORREL, General Undertaker, would Infonnlbji friends andthe public thaihefurnlsbeseverythlngin the above line at ahortnouce gives personal attention at funerals, ant be assures those who may favor him wlthacall,thatltshal be done with entire satisfaction. N B. CuAasEs Moderate. He Invites attention to the Metallic Burial Cases, and expects, by a strict attentton tc business, to meritthespprovalof those wuo.tbroughafHiction, may need his services. Metallic Burial Cases and wood orriNs, of every quality. Interments procured in all ths materles. Office. 67 aav - ' - avenue. Brooklyn . o2i t REWARD LOST. On Monday even - lnsr. on the eorner of Fnllonand PlnAsnnlA ara ha tweeo the hours of 10 and 12 o'clock, a GuLD HONEY COMB RING, with a Shield on lbetop of it, and Ihe initials of "G L. B "on the lnilde ; it wasvslued on the account of It being the gift of a deceased friend The finder will receive the above reward by leaving It at 35 Pineapple St., corner of Willow. jy7 it T LOCKETT, SON & CO., have recently fj been getting up various new and beautiful styles Fringes, expressly for their own trade. Call and see 51 Follon at., nppnslt Clinton it . iai is BSBBt A SECOND HAND PIANO - FORTlL HI H Ut $40, and one of Prince's ociavo Melodeons at $55. for sale at 1. GILBERT'S Piano Forte Warerooms, 106 Orange street, near Ihe corner of Fulton. ist POSTSCRIPT. KAGLK offiok, 2 o'clock, P. M. ANOTHER RAILROAD ACCIDENT. THREE PASSENGERS KILLED AND THIRTY INJURED ! Philadelphia, July 8. The down train from Pottsville last evening when near Pheonixville ran over a cow, completely demolishing one of the cars, and wound ing some thirty of the passengers three it is feared, fatally. Departure of me Atlantic. New York, July 8. The Atlantic sailed at noon with two hundred passengers and between seven and eight hundred tnonsana in specis. From the South. Charleston, July 6. Major White, editor of the Georgia Gazette, is dead. Dr. Hitch, Wm. Wilson and Isaac Christian were killed recently by a stroke of lightning, in Newton Co., Ga. The Suaqahnnna Accident. Another Victim. Baltimore, July 8. Isaao Johnston, the janitor of the Baltimore high School, died of injuries received by the accident on the Susquehanna Railroad on the 4th inst. Ths Fire at Louisville. Cincinnati, July 7. The stock of Messrs. Lichten & Lowenthal, clothiers, was valued at $70,000 and insured lor $50,000. A portion of the goods were saved. Messrs. Lewis & Wilkes, china ware house, was entirely destroyed. Loss iu stock, $35,000. Insured for $25,000. y Benedict and Kenneday, dry goods dealers, were insured, but their stock was mostly saved. Accident on the Heading Road.) Philadelphia, July 8. Two of .the hands employed on the Reading railroad, were killed near the Richmond depot last eveniDg by being crashed between the care. Siocus. New York, July 8. The market has improved a little this morning, owing to the favorable news by the steamer. 5000 Indiana State fives, 97; 1000 City fives, 100 1 - 4; 5000 Erie Increase Bonds, 97; 2000 Hudson Second Mortgage Bonds, 100; 3000 do. Second Mortgage, 96; 5000 Illinois Central, 72 3 4; 3,500 N. Y. Central, 87; 1000 Chicago and Rock Island Railroad bonds. 91; 600 Canton, 22 1 - 2 1000 Nicaragua, 25 5 - 8; 1,700 Cumberland, 33 1 - 4; 50 Crystal Palace, 5 1 - 2. Money. Jlarket still unsettled; Stirling, quiet. Market' New York, July 7. Ashes Quiet; sales small. Cotton Firm. Flour The flour market is somewhat easier, aud demand moderate. Sales 5Q0O blla. at $5 62 1:2 for inferior State, and $7 for common to straight do., $7 12 l - 2a$7 50 for choise do. Rye flour ana corn meal quiet. Grain. Wheat Lower sales 14,000'bush. white Canada, at $1 70. Rye dnllat $1 81a$l 20. Corn still lower; sales, 43,000 bush, at 36c. a 57c. for mixed Western, 73c. ior round yellow, and 78o. for Southern yeilow. Oats are dull at 53c. a 57c Whiskey. Sales of 600 bbls. at 26c. a 27 cents. SECOND EDITION. JODB O'CLOCk, P. M. The Latest From Enrope. (Telegraphic from London.) London. Wednesdhv moraine The correspondents of two London iournals hive been arreBted on the right bank of the Danube by the Russians. The official reply of the Czar to the Austrian summons to evacuate the principalities, waB daily expected at Vienna. The Russians have removed all their heavy li 1 1 J . r. , artillery irum me isanuDe. Messrs. Davidson & Gordon. Cole Brothers. London have failed. The latter were in the East India Trade. 33d Congress 1st Session. Washington, July 8. Senate The Senate is not session. House Sundry private bills lrom the Senate were taken and referred. The House then resumed consideration of the private calender. New Hampshire V. S. Senator. Concord, July 8. The Senate, on its part, has elected Harry Hibbatd as U. S. Senator for the long term. Cholera in Philadelphia. Philadelphia, July 8th. Three deaths by Cholera have ocenred in this city since yesterday. SUPREME COURT The General Theological Seminary of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United Ststesagalnat Charles T. Wlegand and others. G. M. Oc den, Pl'ffs. Alt'y . In pursuance of a judgment order of this conrt made in the sbore entitled acuon hearing date the 29th day ol Mo - ? lfl.U T Brill W Pnl.1l. . .....! .t, U A Hail, in court street, opposite the City Hall, in the City of Drouiyu, on tne in any 01 June, ibm, at iz O'CloeK, noon, of that day, the following described land and premises: All those two certain lots of land, with the buildings standing thereon, situate, lylngand being in the 6th Ward, of the city of Brooklyn, and which taken together, are bounded and described as follows, to wit : Beginning at a point on the southwesterly line or side of Church street, and at the centre of a party wall distant one hundred and eighty feet five inches, northwesterly from the southwesterly corner f Court ind Church streets; and running thence northwesterly along the southwesterly side of Church street thirty nine feet eleven Inches to the centre ofaparty wall: ruining thence southwesterly through the centre of the said party wallso far as thesame extends and parallel with Court treet ninety leetSve inches; thence running aouutheasterly twenty twofeet two inches, to a pointlr tne centre line of the block between Church and Mill streets, and which is distant one hundred feet from Church street in a line drawn at right angles thereto; running thence southeasterly along the said centre line of the block, and parallel with Churcu street twenty feet; running thence northeasterly parallel with Courtstreetand through the centre ofa party wall, bo tar ss the same extends one hundred feet, to the place o, beginning. Dated Brooklyn, June 1st, 18E4. JeS2aw3w(3) ENGLEBERT LOTT, Sheriff. Toe sale of trie above Property is postponed, until the 1st day of July, 1S4, at the same lime and piece. Dated. Brooklyn, June 23th 1854. Je'.7 iiawtd V. HGLEBERT LOTT, Sheriff. SUPRiiMia OOURT.George W.Brownagt Levi Brown and others. Sterling U. Thiyer, pl'ffs AU'yi. Inpursuanceol a Indgment order of this Court, made in the above entitled action, bearing date toe &!h day of June. 1854.1 will sell bv Public Auction, st the Mnntncroa Hall, Court street, opposite the City Hall, In the city of arounjru, ua uo aula oay ui JunBi 1033, Bl 1Z CdOCK, noon of that day, the following described land and piem, ises ; All that certain lot, pleceor parcel of land, situate, lying and being in the city of Brooklyn, County of Kings and State of New York, bounded and described as follows: Beg inning at a point on the westerly side of Navy street distant one hundred feet northerly from the northwesterly corner of Navy and Bolivar streets; thence running westerly and parallel with Bolivar street one hundrsd feet to the centre line of ihe block between Navy street and Hudson avenue (lute Jackson street) ; then running southerly and along said centre line twenty five feet ; thence running easterly and purallel with Bolivar street one hundred feet to the westerly side o f Navy street, aforesaid ; and thence running northerly along said westerly side of Navy street twenty Ave feet to the place of beginning. Dated Brooklyn, June 7th, 1854. feS 2aw3w EN3LEBERT LOTT, Sheriff. TO MECHANICS, RAIL, ROAD ENGINEERS AND tTHERS. Templetons Engineer, OTLLlwi ig u. buu wouuuiiu ruumi vumpanion. Scribnars Engineers arM Mechanics Companion. Field Book for Railroad Engineers containing Formula for laying out Curves, Determining Frog Angles, Leavening Calculating Earth Work, Sec, ic , with Tables ; by John B. Hench. Civil Engineer. For sale bv WILDER It BABCOCK, my!9 Sw No. hi Fulton street, Unction Salts. John K. Oakley, Auctioneer. BY OAKLEY WRIGHT. MECHANICS' KXCBAITCJC No. 343 Ftdton Itreet. (atmonte Citv Ttall. ) RrL... Will rive tbelr norsonal attention to the Sals r Uui .'mi nt Auction, at the Mercbantc's Exchange, New York, at moir capacious oaio nuom, or m any section orjueng Island atav tv uio Mm wi c ui unuro, ui j Quuui, uTrocerxes, Mer chandise, etc., at private residences, oral thelrSaleaKcorn abbi estate or ever aescripuon at rrivate sale. Qoods received on btorage and oer consignment JAME '.(:., . .iUCIiOIlCi, - . OjBce, 43 FlMon ttrect, earner of Frout ttrcct, Brooklyn. Jams Cole & Son, will give their personal attention to ) .1 DH.uhrtl.1 fMlh. r4lt , ..... m iuw vl uuumuviu k uiutu id, duu uui uuut sues generally; alsoosaieofKealEaUte,Stocks.&c..sttbezchangii.New Ckntbal Sales Rook. OarntroJ WiUoug!iig,and. Pearl tlreeti, near the City. Hall Joseph HsoEiiAj,' Auctioneer. J. H. STateful for thn llhnri.1 nutrnn nnfmhlph 1.. hmr., celved during the past thirteen years, respectfully informs those Interested, that bo Is now prepared to receive con signments 01 an unas ol mjskchandise FURNITURE DRV GQOnft. H&RrtVAIT?n V & Kf - v nriririu onrwu to, itc. lo be sold at Auction 'or Private Sale, in his new and Splendid Sales Rooms. Liberal advances when re - Hr i ro"oml attenaance wuioe given as usual to salei wi k uiuiburoai z uvBienuuses. At Private Sale. The Two Story, Attic and Basement Frame House No. 1C Hoyt su, near Fulton av., contains lORooms, fi Marble Man. tels and Graten, with Ous and Water. Enquire on the i19 If JOSEPH HEOEMAN. A - iellnneer. Jonjsb & Davison, real estate brokers. No.mFultmetreetJnearthe City Hail J, Brooklyn. The subscribers would reinnrtrtillvinr,nnt.ivii.n..n the public that they wlllglvetheb; personal attention lo l!i sale and purchaie of Real Estate. Partlcularattentlon paid to the Letting of Houses Alia the Collection of Rents. Aoikts for "irb litjosisc!. AlsoRpecisl rcsnti lor Sjrmt's Patent Lightning Rods. JUttUN JUNES, , , , ALEXANDER BAVSROH Moneyloaned on Bond and Mortgage. A number of Houses and Stores to Let. M. N. Cboft, Auctioneer. No. 19 Court ttreet, Marble Building , Brooklyn. Ur'KA M .V.. H - . 1 , . l i.i 3 . . , . v.mi. loajjofeiuuiij iuiuiui iueeiii9UB ol oruoa lyn and vicinity, that tie will give his personal attention to the sale of Real Estate, Stocks, Household and Kitchen Fur nltni - M A la. nuvrlntAM Xl t (.. .. I 1.. ni.uuuunmc,iuuiiugn VI UUUUB, UrUCCrKI. Sogers, Liquors, etc., etc., either at his salesrooms, the resi - llnilra lirr.mliW n. n..l Jn... Uah 1 - r , 1 terms' Pr0Per'y exchanged on the most accommodating Salesrooms No.19 Conrt street, Marble Buildings. )e30 tf ADRIAN H. A1ULLER, Auctioneer. Valu - able property at trREEN POINT. Town of Bnihwlck. L I , at Auction, comprising SO Lots, wim luuuuiuumiiw oiviyaaa Attic nouse. ADRIAN H. MULLKR h. CO.. will Sail it AllrKnn nn TUESDAY, July llih,atl2 o'clock, M., at the Merchants' Exchange, New Yors. aujuouot Land, being pari, or the property fonnertv be - longing to John Meserole. deceased, situated in Union, Nas.au. lit, 2nd, 3rd, 41b. sth,6th, 7th, 8th and 9th sts., and on Bushwich creek, at Green Point, town of Bush wick, L. 1., tocelher wllha well built and convenient Rrrsnm.il '2 story and Attic Frame House, having a 2 story wins attached partly filed ih with urick. The house is about 40 by 45 feet, finished with marble mantels, Jtc, andU in every icBiicb uiLuuio iur u reipeciauie lamuy. The proximity of this properly to the Green Point and lOtn St. Ferry, together with the many and great improvements now in progress around it, render it very desirible as an investment with a certain nrosnect or n vrv rni,l in. crease iu value ; It will be sold in one parcel. 60 per cent, of the purchase money may remain on bond and mortgage, of the premises, for two years, at 7 per cent, interest, Forlurlher particulars, apply to the Auctioneers, No 2 Pine St., or of B. USHREVE, on the premises. JyS td DENTISTRY N. B. GRIFFIN, Dentist, would return his ecknowledpements for the very liberal patronage ext nded to him the past year, and would respectfully give notice to his patrons andthe public that he baa REMOVED from No. 112 to No. 284 Fulton it - , nearly opposite Johnson sr., where he will continue to give his personal attentton to every branch of Surgical and Mr - chanicoi Denlistrv. and will warrent everv oDeratlnn to he performed in the most careful and satisfactory manner, and auoe very iiiwoii cau prices, .ne wouia aiso can atten. tlon to his block and Gum Teeth, which he flatters himself, are superior to any now in use. All persons requiring Dental Operations will find it to their advantage to give him a call. He willlnsert Deautuullncorruptible teeth on the bea I Gold plate lor Si' to 4 On Sliver plate for j to 3 On Pivot " 7Sto$l Full Dpper Sets on Sliver .....1500 CavltiesnlledwithGold 60 to Si vjemsni... ou " Tin Foil SO Cleaning Teeth 50to Tooth - ache cured 50 Extracting. 25 All won warranted as represented. la!9 9a DENTISTRY. C. A. MARVIN, Surgeon Dentist. (Buccetsor to Dr. 8. Skinner! timnkfnl fw the verv liberal encouraeenent received during thn nni;i year, would offer his services to ths public with increased connaence, ior iue year now upeniuE. Close attention to everybranch of the profession has en. abled him to discover aud obviate many difficulties In ihe way of every practitioner, es; eclally In fitting plates to In sustained solely by Atmospheric Pressure. His success in this department begets confidence, and warrant's him In saying, mat - - every moum can oe nttea." All operations on natural teeth, Extracting, Filling, Cleaning and Regulating performed with the utmo.t care. Specimens of work can be seen at the office No. 70 Montague Place, corner of Henry st., Brooklyn. ReTERENCES. Rev. Dr. BETHTJNE, Dr. C. L. M ITCHELL. Rev.T.T.GUION, Dr. A. N.BELL, ABM. B. BAYLIS, Esq. Hf I fully recommend my successor Mr. C. A.MARVIH as a competent and trustworthy Dentist. ap28 3m S. SKINNER, i)enQsi. NOTICE. In the matter of the application ol the Mayor and Common Council of the City of Brook, lyn, In relation to opening Degraw street, from Hoyt to Bond st , in the city of Brooklyn. To all whom it may concern. We, the undersigned Commissioners of Estimate and Assessment on the above matter, do hereby give notice tlmi we have completed our report in the above matter, ana that the said report and map are filed iu the Office ol the Clerk ol the County of Kings for examination by all persons interested, and. that we willmeeta. the office of tne Counsel to the Corporation of the City of Brooklyn, at the City Hall on Fill DAY, the Uth day of July, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, to n view our said report. Dated Brooklyn, July 1st. 1834. GEORGE HALL, ) CHAKLES KELSEY, Jr., Comniisirrs. jySlOt CASPER URBAN, MRS. HAYES' SYRUP. - FOR DYSENTERY aud BOWEL COMPLAINTS, warranted to cure in less than twenty - four honrs. if used according to directions. It has stood ihe test of 35 years, and bas never been known to fail, even when the most eminent physicians had pronounced the patient beyond the reach of medicine. Over 2,000 satisfactory re Terences aud certificates can be produced, sufficient to prove its superiority over all oiher preparations for these complaints. The Syrup can be given to a child aw eea old with per. fectaafeiy It is pleasant to the tatte and harmless in iu composition, it blng free from opium, alcohol, ic. Prepared and sold by Mrs. M .HAYES, 175 Fulton sired Brooklyn ; and can be had of THOMAS J. HAYES, Mil Atlantic street, Brooklyn. The following are agents in New York Wholesale and retail by F.C. Wells t Co., 237 Eighth avenue, and retail by Ring, corner of Broadway and John ttreet; T Green, corner of Broadway and Walker street; E. M. Guion, comer of Bowery and Grand streoi ; J. D. Nowell,2S Grand street, Willlamsburgb. Price 50 cents per bottle. jB26 Sin ItLemooals. ESTABLISHED 1789. ss. REMOVAL! J MO'l'T BROTHERS. iSOSt No. 13 JOHN STKEET, N. Y., Importers and Dealers in KINK WATCHKS. iKWP.r Ry., of all klncs. and of the latest patterns. Also Diamond s In Rings, Pins, Silver Ware, itc , all or wnlch will be warranted. r .The best workmen only employed in repairs. ,1e23 ly K - KMOVaJj. The subscriber nus Ueinoveu his business from No. 100 to US FULTON nnnnallr Binds street, where he Intends to keep a nil full and complete assortment of ready made Clothing for iv! ens' and Boyj' wear, than can be found in any other store in Brooklyn. Also, Clolh, Casslmeres and Vestings in i very variety ol style, which will be made lo order, according to thetasteof sue customer, ou tue most reasonaoie tcrn:s. Also, urnlsmng Goods, Shirts, Collars, Cravats, etc. S. POWELL, mh2 fiindttw I ia Pulton ., opposite Sands. T R U S S E S. REMOVAL. The HULLS' TRUSS OFFICE bas been removed to the Private Dwelling, No. 56 WHITE St., six doors west of Broadwev. The Parlor are neatly fitted up for the reception of Ladles and Gentlemen, and are placed under the charge of competent male and female attendants. Butler's Patent Trnaiund Hnnnnr. ler Pads applied for the cure of Hernia and Prolapsus Uteri. KutlMr'almnrnvfld Snlnnl TTmMlli - ol IhHnml.J ..J der Braces made, to suit case - Susnensorles. Lace Stork. lngs, itc., on hand and made to order, HULLS' TRUSS UPinc is, no. 5'j wnlte at. myt3micu rrXLLi'ivM. BUTLER, Proprietor. GENTLEMEN'S SUMMER HATS. The Subscriber would inform his friends and customers that he is now readv to furnlah ihH t.aTk'.st SPRING FASHION OF HATS, equal, if tot superior, in point of elegance, durability and economy, to any other os tabllshmenlin this city. Those who are in tbe habit of going to New York or elsewhere for their Hals are Invited to examine bis stock be fore aurcnasing. jaaij3 w . rgUK, ' sp!2 6m Corner Henry and Fulton streetr PERUVIAN GUANO OF THE BEST Qualilvnowlandinf. and for sale in lotain anlt at il,.. lowest market price, by MARSTON & POWER, Coal uepot at uaitun wnarr, uetween Fulton and Cnth arin Kerrtea. Brooklyn; or85 Beaver st., two aoors from wan simni. w. . CLOAK AND MANTILLA TRIMMINGS made expressly for the Spring Trade, can be found at J.JVJlElXi'l, sun ct uu., IrlSlv No. 2.11 fnlton at., ononalle Clinton PORTEMONAES.HAIR BRUSHES, COMBS Sic, 4c. .INTO. BUNCE'S,94 Pulton, cor.Honry. OOK. AND JOB PRINTING, NEATLY sad aickiy sxscatsd st tsls Rc. fi cr Jxr Salt. ForalebKkOclWi J0" Lo" on 'S - Hot; Degrw, Sackett and Union sTc? .'.Bnd BJ.rK?nL.Sar?r - Carroll and Belch - .ns Places. 188 lots on Ninth, Tenth. Eleventh, Twelfth, Thirteenth ai d Fourteenth streets, Third and Fourth avenues. 499 lots on Fifiy - fourili, Filty.filihsnd Mlty sixth sts. 073 lots on Eleventh averue, ard r,n FlrsI, Seoond Third Fourth, Fifth, Sixth. Sevenibiinbth sno Ninih .Is ' M7 lots on Bedford, Lee,Marcyand Harrison avs and Gwinntsf.Ul,e,B' In', Middlew'n 11$ p litdlX. New Vork a?d Jtyn avs., and on Union '? ent - Crow, Carroll andMonti - omery sts Sevem0h'pt''SS Ca?iH Fir,t M"1 8econd "Vs., andon Sixth oeventn, Eigbtb and Ninth sts. 4 lots corner Fourth av. and Pacific si. 2 lots orner of Atlantic ana Powers st. 165 acres tear rort Hamilton. L.I. at 7prer'rant.Per':'!'" - an remMn 00 mortsW 'or 5 years Parties who desire to purchase, can apply to A. f,. VA Nnvobii m Jv7 tf y j - ioui street, jrooxjyu, L. I. Insurance Co.Balldlog. TUr.,BmWW AW1J OTHERS. For Sale k , r"F " iviaonruiioE avenue, Oxlord and Cnm. berland stref ts, upon an eieva.ed KradB sno so lafd out ?s lFlelV.Llbf ao1 ca - PlcuouJ Tfronu S Td rners ill suU,u,, isoa large mansion replete with t - on - veulence. Term, of payment tc , .ultnurcha...6 En'oSireof mv24 Sawtf frnm 3 In 1. rf.iS. . .. X LhT A dwelling house next to the coi . - . . SI. n . " "'"suuy av.anu uamora sr.., win two lots to garden, with fine fruit, has been recently'put in good or. der, and will be let on reasonable terms lo a resnectabls JURI)EN,75oGra o JM.t w .. wiiii 7 ""ifu"""""i;e ana iois in garden, on Grand St., Willlainsbiirgh. mvJOt ITOR SALE. i'our lota of ttround on north JL side of Third Place, 100 feet west of Court st; nsun - bered on map made by Silas Ludlam in a division of pro - oerty ofHerksit Smith. Nn in n m m c'J.Z ve per cent, of amount mav rAmniTi nr. hnnri . . For further partlculart apply io ' bTifiPUEN SUTTON, 181 Fulton il, (In etri ki 1,, Brooklyn, May 15th,1854." "",S5ffi5 FOR SALE. For sale 7 valuable BiiiidinK Lotsln theviclnltvaf AtlanHRin .i sssterlv corner Ol Van Brunt anH prtli'inn - ki. i. undoubtedly the most valuable corner for business purnos iV 'Us rapidly improving neighborhood. Ills lOOfeeifronlo Van Brunt street, and HSfeaion p.nninn .i,i.,i. ..r... iqiviuuicu wm paveu. ,nquire Ol C. P. SMITH, 67 iTultou street, Brookl' December V7. 1851 tlyn. 27 tl LTOK SALE OR EXCHANGE, lor a House X. about 10 minutes walk from Wall fltroot or pulton Fj - rries. A large elegant built house with elehl lots, Uenes of all kinds, a two story stable tnd o well of eood water on th nrpm a., K5,..J, i... .. ..'T. .t.r,d T&r;;.i .Ti' rt '? Uf,.u. vuv wium uuiii u line ot aiaeef ua iw,?in p;.Tf.S - 'ro,mttilon BTenue Rsllioad. Address ' - w "'""o lJ. an I A O rl , I iilNXOiN AVEINUli; LOTS KOK fciALife. - Kourveryhandaome.beLweenKaiion and Oatea aTtv f.11M. Alan nfivrit hammun KJ...7 J n t t, a i w 7 jriio mil. rttrs,. Apply Vi omofs jpuupd iireei, isrooajyo. la nPO LET In the Brooklyn Institute. 2 or o either casual r periiihueuL. tor psriicnini enquire st i - . fnatiiuto, WufaiBKion at., near Concord. rpO LET OR FOR SALE. Two New Uot js. iso, cumaimng teu rooms, in 9th street, near 5th avenue, Brook lyn, ulih uarden otthreelotseach. OmnV hllans run thrnui - h iIih av.nnu rn u Dfinii.t, 37 Wall st New York. iD2s t rpo LEX POSSESSION IMMEDIATELY. Jk. xne octagon Brown Stone Front House on the south side of Union street, third house east from ritntnn nr.. Three stories, with all tbe modern impjovemema and con - ,buiciiui cuuire oi n. V. UJtjAitn., i corner of Clinton and Carrjllata. Ir'OR SALE. The Fixtureu ana Utensils or the Metropolitan Saloon for sale on easy terms. In quire on the premises of GEO. W. la DM BY, jo' " no. oh Jf.aton si. VACANT LOTS TO LEASE. For ten or twenty years,in various parts o. East and Sonth Brook - lvn and WilUaiusburuh. bvCuarles R. Lvnde. No. 9 nurt street Brooklyn. jyl Sm ifOR SALE Two Marble Flout HouseB on the southerly side of First Tlte, corner of Sn,llb. Lots lb3 feet oeen.SS leet ctun md. wiili nil ihA mmliirr. improvements , will be sold low and terms easy. Ano, J. k 8. ENOLE je6. tl No. 38 Burling Slip. New York, BOARD IN BROOKLYN. A gentleman and his wife, or two single gentlemen ; can be accomodated wi th pleasant rooms, witn lull or partial board in a private family, by inquiringat No. 94 Dean st. myll if A LADY and Gentleman, or two single gentlemen can be accommodated in a nrlvnte fumilv wfm pleasant rooms, with or without beard, by applying at this office, or 18 East Baltic st - South Brooklyn. jt2 lw iilisreuantous. HE BOSTON REAiEDY. REDDING'S JL RUSSIA SALVE Price 25 Cents a Box. This is a Russian preparation, .of great efficacy and power tne re - cine of wblch was brouchtto thiscounuv bv aRusslan sol dier. This good Ointmeutis one of the best and surest re - meoiea iur jDuiue, uuniui, x eiuna, riesu wounas, jlu Sores, Piles, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, VroBt - bitten parts of the body, Corua, and sores of every kind. For uilrty vears this salve has been sold in Boston, and it is well known to be an excellent Family Remedy. His prompt in action, removing pain. and at oi ce reduces the most angry looking Swellings and InHammatlons, giving immediate re - li ef, and producing in a short time a completecure. Redding's RuBsia Salve is a prompt and sale cure for Whitlows, Ulcers, Warts. Sties, Sore Lips, Fosters, Ringworm. Scurvy. Bunions, Sore Eyes, Itch, Scald Head, Nettle Rash. Sal. Rheum, Ingrowing Nails, Flea Bites, Spider Stints, Shingles Eruptions, Frozen Limbs, Mosquito bites, Sore Ears, Bruists, Boils, itc. In no ease will the application of Redding's Russia Salve Interfere with the remedies administered by a regular physician. Put up in neat metal boxes, with an engraved wrapper, duly copyrighted, without which none are genuine. Price 25 cents a box; medium size boxes, So cts.; very large boxes, fcr lamilv use. Si. For sale by Mrs. HAYErf, 17S Fulton sL; Thos. J Hayes, 146 Atlantic sL, Brooklyn. Wholesale Agents A. B . V D. SANDS, New York. RED - INOS ti CO.. Boston. my20 6m ssim" BKuOKLiN SALE STABLE. Nos tfAaSr 9 and 11 HO KT STREET. The proprietors hav I 1 L ing just comph ted their new 8 table, are now prepared lo receive bcrsesforsaieon Commission, as tbeir arrangements are such, as to enable them to compete with anv stable on Long Island. We have on band 1 pair of well matched Black Horses, t years old, excellent road nocaes, sound and kind. 1 nslr of Brown Horses. 8 and 6 sears old, sound and kind. 1 pair of EayHorses7snd8 years old, that can trot gether in 3 minutes ard lb seconds. 1 pair of Bay Pacing Ponies that are fast 1 pair of Brown Trotting Ponies, that can trot together in 3 minutes. 1 pair ol Brown Isdian Ponies, about IS hands high. 15 single horses of different colors, some are last and 'orne low priced horses, also several fiLe saddle horses, all ot whicn we will sell on a warrantee, and at as low prices as any in the market. We cheerfully invite all in want of good horses lo give us a csdl, and we will satisfy them that our motto is "Truth" iu all cases. SEDGWICK It HALCOTT. lelS 3m pt EORGE LITTLE, (Successor to Wilder JC aud Babcock,) BOOKSELLER t STATIONER, 67 b'ulton street, iiegs to inform the citizens of firoualjn and vicinity, that he hus purchased the establishment of the above firm, and solicits a continuance of the libexalpaXron - age which hss hiiherto been extended to them. 1 W. H Babcock will continue in tbe business, and be happy lo meet his friends and the public, at 5. Ful.on st , as usual. A. M. Wilder, in retiring from a business wblch ho has pursued In Brooklyn for the last seventeen years, would gratefully acknowledge the long continued favor and many kind offices of his friends. He may never be able to lepay, but will remember them. He is happy In leaving so wormy a successor to much nnre than fill his place, and he most heartily commends bimto the favor of His friends and the public generally, feeling assured mat Mr. Little's long experience In the ira'ie and other qualifications, will insure the confidence and esteem of ail who may have intercourse with him. Brooklyn. July 1st. 186. jyl lw ii ADAME NAPOLEON coutinues to receive ItJL Young Ladies at ber FRENCH AND ENGLISH INSTITUTION, No. 55 Wett Baltic street, between Clinton and Henry streets. South Brooklyn. Parents desirous of placingyoungladiesor children in a healthy, pleasant and airy location, to board and educate during lb summer, would find suitable accommodations and all comfort, at tee above place. French is tbe language of the establishment. Mme. N.'s views will be fully communicated ona personal application. Circulars at the Institution, my I IV 3meod EUKER'S FLOUR. The undereigneu hav - ing made tbe necessary arrangements with Messrs. Hecker St brother, will ktep coistanlly on hand their Flour .Farina, itc, which they will sell at Mill prices. Thev also keep a general assortment of Family and Basel's Flour, Rye and Graham Flour, Meal, Feed and Grain of every description, which will be sold st the lowest market price. CATLIN II JDUCKER, 37 Fallon street, Brooklyn. Goods delivered free of cartage. - je23 lm MR. E. ARENTS, takes this method of in forming his friends and the public generally, that ha has taken House No. 153 ADAMS STREET, adjoining Gothic Hall, and has furnished it In a most eleganiatyle, for a first class Hotel, where he is prepared to furnish Military, Civic and other respectable Societies, with Dinners Collations, lie. For further particulars apply at the subscriber. No. 153 Adams street. Jew 3m NEW LIVERY SALE AND EX, - CHANGE STABLE Nos. 9 and 11 HOYT ST. a few doors fiom rulton av..BrooHvn. Unrses taken on Llverv bv the dav week or month, at as liberal 1 1 ices as any in the city. Qp - Jim - sea bought and sold on commission, and a few choice c - rii'i nivv. - a reserved foi customers on hire. Cat - risgei taken on storage. jeiy u siuon ma it ctALUUTT, Proprietors. A FINE LOT OF GIMPS, BUTTONS, Cards. Taaels, Fringes, tc manufactured at the own establishment, can always be found at J. LOCKETT, SON SiCO.'s, Manufacturers or Ladles' Dress Trimmings, 4c, No. 251 fnlton St.. QPTinaUff Clinton st. lal&ly . CAA WANTED on Bond and Moct - WA0JJ gage, at7 per cent, on improved pro. perty, in this city, worth double that amount. Address GATES, at this office. jo28 3t

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