The Brooklyn Daily Eagle from Brooklyn, New York on October 26, 1864 · Page 1
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VOL. 50. BUOOEOK, WEDNES VeA Y9 OCTOBER G4. THREE CENTS I. VAJ AlfDEW, UBLISHEB AND PEOPRI ETOB. OLE BDTLBtSO. SO ASH 32 IULTOS BTBBXT, BBOOK SK. Delivered to City sbf - crlbere overy veninft, at eighteen tenta per week, payable to tie Carrion. JO - This Papee has the lasuis onjormixion ( any ETonicg paper pnbliahed In tlie United States, and as a sodium (or business and general tdrartisiiiK Is not sw - pa led by any other journal. ywroffH Invariably caah inadvanw. fOB pniHTINO OF EYEBT BH80BISTION, BBEAT BEDPCTIOM FROM THB FOBitEB BATES AUCTIOM SVIiES. TO A.DCTIONEEBS. Advertisemente intcnaod for pablioatioa in tiura BOlnmns must be sent in by NTNE o'olock A. M., as our nre - aant large edition compels o to cloee toe nmt and fouztn payee at that nonr. JOSEPH HECU5MAH, AU OTIOH ISER. CENTRAL SALESROOMS, WILLOUuHBY, COR. OF PEARL STREET. (Near the City Hall. Brooklyn.) REGULAR SALES Of FURNITURE, ic, EVSBV FRIDAY. JOSEPH HEGEMAN Will Boll on FRIDAY. OCT. 28TB. At 10 o'clock A. M. at the Central Salesrooms, Wdlonghby street, corner of Pearl Btroet. Brooklyn. Rosewood pianos, bookcases, bureaus, bedsteads, bod - tlinir, soIbh, chairs, centor and oxtcntion tables, natatanilH. pier Klaasee, velvet and Brussels. carpBts, stovoa, &0. o'26 2t WivTTcoLE, auction eEk. " BY COLE & MURPHY. SALESROOM 339 FULTON STREET, uNonrtho City Hall J Will sell on SATURDAY. OCT. 29TH. At 11 o'clock A M. in front of Snediker'a Stablos, Nos 12 and 14 Bocrum street. EXECUTORS' SALE OF VALUABLE TROTTING HORSES, "WAGONS AND HARNESS, tho .property of the late Benjamin Prince, Esq 1 bay mare, Lady Anna, sire Abdallah, dam Angeliue. lull sister to Lance and Ariel, Angelina's sire Eclipse, dam Empress Anna trotted without training in 2:&Ito w&gan; I roan stallion Democrat, 10 Tears old, 1BH hands, sire Colambus, dam Lady Anna, never been trained, can trot a '2:40 gait; I sorrel maro, 11 year old, sire Washington, daiu Lady Anna, fine brood inare; I sorrel filly, 4 years old, mre Jupiter, dam Sorrel Mare; 1 sorrel tilly, 3 years old, dam Sorrol Mare; I pair bay carriage horses. 15J - ; hands, 7 and 8 year old, well matched: 1 Unlit top waon, Stovona & Smith, makers, run but 3 times; 1 light no - top wagon; 1 setsinKlo harness, Dunacomb, maker; used 3 times, o'ZO 3t COAL AM) WOOD. COAL THE DEI - AWAKE, LACKAWANNA awd "Western Railroad Co b., celebrated fresh mined SCRANTON GOAL, for steam and family use, well screened and delivered afc $1050 per ton of 2000 lbs, rtoveaze: cat size $9 50. YardPormanstreetsbotveeaWaUandAti - JxntioBtroet ferries; Degraw street, near Bond, on Gowanu Creek. oc3 6m C1LAREKDON & DAVIDSON, DEALERS J in Locust Mountain, Lohigh and Red Ash CooL Also Oak and Pine Wood. Yards comer of Hudson avenue tmd Front street, and SG6 Myrtle avenue, near Cumberland ' troeL je86a IT 1NDLING WOOD BY STEAM POWER JX AND MACHINERY PRICE REDUCED. FACTORY, Noe. 6 and 8 JAY STREET, BROOKLYN. Orders left at the following pliww betore 2 o'otaek, P. U. ill be promptly attended to : THE CITY POST OFFICE. K. RA Y, 371 Myrtle avenue. J - XDSTEH A LOPER, No. 4 Snnda uweet R. R. STORY, ?5 Fulton stroot. J. DAVENPORT, corowof Ocford street sad Fulfnnv ,Land Affont. Weo4 in bundle ccasranilf on band. DFBAUN A BROTHER Praorietora. MILLINERY. O PEKING OF FALL AND WINTER MTLLrSERY On THURSDAY. Sept. 28th, AT MISS BOYLE'S, No. 180 Fulton street, near Oransre. 281ra 309 A. BERGIN. Cftkife FULTON. HEAR JOHNSON ST. 9JJ if inoir usual superb ntyles or MILLINERY GOODS, Including tho hnest FRENCH H.OWERS IMPORTED. HEAD DRESSES, LATEST STYLES, RIBBONS AND SILKS, FKOM ATTCnOM, LADIES" AND GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. Ln great variety, CLOAKS, A new department added, tho ma erial for vrhica has been puohaaed at the late sacrificial auction Bales in New York, and manufactured by the most competent artuta. Alt Belling at tho reduced standard of cold. 300 - FULTON STREET. BROOKLYlf - 309. Bc281m SHIPPING. TAPSCOTT'S EMIGRATION AND FOREIGN EXOHANG3 OFFICE, 86 SOUTH STREEtTNEW YORK. DRAFTS ON CHEAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND. TAPSCOTT'Sfavoritolineof LIVERPOOL PACKETS Bail every three days. X LDSE of LONDON PAOKETSsaU every ten days. Partio, vriBhinff to send lor their friends or remit money to the Old Country can do so by aonlyinff to TAPSOOTT BKOrHBRS 4 CO.. secern Hb noutustreet, n. I. !TAriSA(ifi. FROM LIVERPOOL BY WTL SZ L1AMS & GUION'S OLD BLACK WTAE LENS, Miline ou the Stb and 24 th of each month. From London, by the "Swallow Tail" Line. From or to Queenstovra and Liverpool by the Ounard Ltaa Iraft sailins iron screw fctoamets sailiur from Now Yorli very alternate Wednesday. Orafta on Irelaxid and hncland. Apply in . Fulton St. H. Y. STOVES. FETTIT & RAT, 37 FULTON AVENTJE. Four doors above Adctpui streei, Brooklyn. MAifUFACrunEna akd Dealbbs vx STAFFORD'S PATENT AND OTHER FIEB FLAOE HF ATER S FURNACES. RANGES' AIR - TIGHT. COOKING, PARLOR, HALL AND OTHER STOVES, DRUMS. CYLINDERS, SUMMER OVEN'S. REGISTERS VENTILATORS, OtllMNEY TOPS. TIN, SHEET IBON. 'WOOD AND WILLOW WAKE NAILS, SCREWS, AND GENERAL FURNISHING GOODS. TIN AND METAL ROOiflNG AND REPAIRING. IK ALL ITS nnftHClIES. STEPHEN PETTI - B. elT3m M. 1). RAY. WEATHER STRIPS. E XCELSIOB WEATHER STRIP, THE BEST AND CHEAPEST, EFFECTIVE AICB DUKAtSLU, WABHANTED TO EXCLTTDB COLD. WIND. SNOW AND DUST FROM POORS AND WINDOWS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. For sale or applied by ROEBUCK BROTHERS, AT WHITE A NICHOLLS', ae!9 6m" 203 Fulton stroet, Brooklyn. AVE YOUR COAL. Why sit and shiver with the cold air whistling in around your window 8ash and doors when BROWNE'S PATENT METALLIC WEATHER STRIPS. if properly appliod, at a trilling cost, makei them air tight and excludes all cold, rain, snow, and dust, rendering your' apartments comfortablo and warm, at a groat saving of temper and fuel . For sale and applied br LOSEY & VAN WAGNER, Sole Agonte tor Brooklyn and Williamsburg. Otlico Montague HalL No. 4 Court'st. Ordera loft with DAVID H. LOSKY, Carpontor and uilder, 440 frulton avenno, will be ponotuallr attended to. mhlBlj BUILDING MATERIALS. HHARTEAU & CO., DEALERS CI BRICKLIME, OEMENT, PLASTERS, ic, CONN. BROWN AND NORTH UIVEB BLlffl STONB, Cm TO ORnin - 8111a. Lintels, Bum Oeping and Flags Ln(t. Isid in the bast On hand every description of MASON'S MATRRIALS. f2B U Yard Flushing near Clinton avenoe. FURS. Furs; FUBS, FURS. GREAT OPENING OF PURS AT N. PHILLIPS' FUR EMPORIUM, 171 FULTON ST., BROOKLYN, Consisting of every variety of ladies' and children,' fancy Jurs, to which wo invito Ule pnblio attention. Tho materials from which this stock of goods was manufactured, naving been purchased eefora the Into large advance, enables ns to ofior them at prioes below tho present oost of manufacture. Ladies would do well to etatmne our stook before purchasing elsewhere. N.PHILLIPS', . Brooklyn For Emporium, ol8 lm 171 Fnlton strnnt XTURS! FUBS I FURS! The undersigned would intonn tho Ladies of Brooklvn that ho baa removed to tho store lately ocenpiod by P. S. Phillips, No. OTGrand streot. whorohe will bo most happr to show them me Largest an.l Best Made ud Stook of HPJB VPW FANCY FOBS ever exhibited in tho city of New York; bought at a sacrifice for cash and will be old below lait years' prices. Oon - Bisting of Mink, Sable, Talmas, and Oarrlinal Capes, Rus - aia, Hudson Bay, and Muscovia Sable. Fitch Martin, Siberian Squirrel, Squirrel Lock, Fronch and Canada Mink. Ladies will do woll to cull and examine before purchasing olaowhere, at 1. FRANKFORD'S FUR EMPORIUM. rT lm' 279 Grand ntrtutt NTn v - v F URS! FURS! FURS ! THOMAS W. RIM ILL Respectfully inionns the ladies of Brooklyn and vicinity chat he has every facility for Repairing, Cleaning: and altering of Ladies' and Gents' Furs to tho prosont fo3hion. THOS. W. RIM ILL, Manufacturing Furrier, sel23m 182 Fulton streot. up - stairs. EUIIS, FURS, FUBS GOOD NEWS FOR THE MILLION KinRs county .h free from the draft out not freo from tho cold which winter will surely brine on Ms. JAMES HARRIS, of tho Kiurs county Fur Company, mt2Sfl Fulton stroet opposite Clinton, ha therefore taken time by the forolook. He manufactured and has on hand a stock of Fancy Furs which, as regarding price, quality and quantity, all that fancy can picture. You will Bud the lin - ht Sable, dark and tine Mints, Fitch, Stone Martin, Squirrel. Water and Brook Mink, and in fact every conceivable atole of Furs for Ladies Misses' and Children's wear. The assortment of Gentlemen's Furs, such as Collars, Gloros, BuflaloH, Fancy Robes, .sc., 4c, is very ortonsivo and offered at manufacturers' pricoH. Besides tho elegant stock of Fancy Furs, you will hnd at 239 Fnlton streot asoloction of trimmed and untximmed Fall and Winter Hats for Ladiiw. Aliases and Children, which comprises the latest novoltios as woll as tho latest importations. It is also worth your rhile to examine the assortment of Gents Fall and Winter Jiats, Boys' Fancy and Fur Caps, Ac, ic Call oarly and ecuro a borirain. N. B. Strict attention paid to ropainne mnd altering all kinds of Furs. mvUtf 8 LLVEK - PLATED WARE OK WIRY 3n. 1 perior Quality (our own tnanufactare) 4. B and 12 oz .ifftte ; ovory articlo neoeesary for housekeepers use. at DRV (WOODS, DRESSMAKLNGIN ALL ITS BRANCHES and in the best style, and at the shortest notiw. Mmo. MORROW having an experience of over twenty years, feels confident in saying there is no person in Brooklyn can equal her in Fitting or Finishingon Dressea. jeT tf Mme. MORROW. 2T3 Inlton street. DRESS. CLOAK AND MANTILLA TRT1 BLACK AND COLORED VELVET RIBBONS, TRIMMING AND BONNET RIBBONS. KP A FTJU. LINE OF HOSIERY. GLOVES. UNDERGARMENTS AND WORSTED GOODS, At the most rcosonablo prices. FREDERICK LOESER 4 CO., sol54m 277 Fulton Btreet. QREAT REDUCTION DRYGOODS AT WESTERN'S 635 MYRTLE AVENUE. CORNER OF OLASSON. In consequence of the GREAT FALL in GOLD, I have marked down my entire STOCK to curroncy value, and am oncring OALLICOES from 28c. to 33c. GINGHAMS from 31cnp. BLEACHED MUSLIN, 30c. to 5Gc. BKO MUSLIN, 2Sc to 45c. ALSO . TICKS, DENIMS, STRIPES SHEETING i CHECKS AND DOMESTICS AT EQUALLY LO PRICES. LADIES, now is your timo to purchase, wailo Gold! ia Down. It may go up again. Take warning.' NEW DRESS GOODS, AIL BODOllT AT THE KKCEMT AUCTION SALES, Comprising ALPAOCAS. PARAMETTAS, MERINOS, TURIN CLOTHS, WOVIi PLAIDS AND SAXONY GOODS, In great variety. 25.CC0 Best Do Laiues only 00c. ALSO HOSIERY, FANCY GOODS AND YANKEE NOTIONS. 200 yards Spools only 10c 5 yards Braid only 12c. Hooks and Eyes only 3c.. &c., Ac, S:c. AT WESTERN'S EMPORIUM. 03 till d!5 Corner Myrtle and Classon avennos. PARIS MADE CORSETS THE OELB - hrated French Werley Corset, and some very Una ahaped low priced Corset, just received at Mmme. MORROW'S French Corset Store, 373 Fnlton street, one door abovoTillary street. m25tf INSTRUCTION. THE MISSES REES' FRENCH AND ENGLISH DAY SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES, ,ll).t ribfUUb, UrUUttJJll, Mill IV J - - yj UU DAY. beDt. ML Circulars may be obtained at ths aboyo address. ol lm BRYAHT, STRATTOK, PACKABD & PENN'S BROOKLYN AND HEW YORK COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, ftAMILTON BUILDING, Court Street. BROOKLYN. COOPER INSTITUTE, NEW YORK CITY. Bookkeeping. Commercial Arithmetic. Commercial Lw, Penmanship, Uorrospndenc, fc&, practically taught. Busi - ftees hours 9 to 12 A . M.. 2 to 5, and 7 to 9 pTM . Theee Institutions ore comprised in the "National Chain f Commercial Collegee," extending from Now York to St. bonis, and preeont aupcrior facilities fo ooquiring a thor - rugh business education; bohotarshipe good throughout the chain. The public ore invited to call and examint the facilities: Vor circulars address at either point. BRYANT, STKATTON, PACKARD ft PENN: Illy TRENCH AND ENGLISH INSTITUTE 1? FOR YOUNG GENTLEMEN, Grand avenue, near fciulton. Brooklyn. Fall Term opens THURSDAY, Sept. 8th. Boys prepared for college or for business and received at any time. For circulars, terms, Ac. address as above. n22 3m L. J. S1MONIN, PrincipaL SPANISH, FRENCH, AND GERMAN Permanent classes for Ladies and Gentlemen. Apply to the desk of tho Mercantile Library Association. Pupils may join at any time, and are charged only from, the day they begin, h or privote lessons in Spanish apply to Prof. ALBERTO BE TORNOS, 338 4th avenue, Ifew York; ton. Brool klyn ; German, to Prof. THURN, 38 Bast Warren - ooklyn. sol43m treet, Brool J JOSEF STUEHLER, ORGANIST AND O TEACHER OF MUSIC, has reopened his classes atNo. 2 Lafayette avenue, cornor of Flatbush avo, Brooklyn. EVENING SINGING CLASSES for Young Ladies and Gentlemen, $6 per quarter. AFTERNOON PiANO CLASSES for four pupils, a a pianos, with the assibtance of his daughter.) 38 per quart a r Private Lesns at his residence. Piano or Vocal, $28. Private Xesson s at the pupils residence, $25. A proportionate allowance will be made te two or mors scholars. o41m C. H. RIVERS' DANCING ACADEMY, No 33 SGHERMERHORN STREET, COR. COURT. ALL THE FASHIONABLE DANCES CAN BE ATTAINED IN ONE QUARTER. Pupils can commence at any time the quarter onda 12 wcpks irosn uiq aaw oi eniry; tonus 3lu. Pupils admitted to the Soirees without additional charge ClasseBfor Ladies (adults) Tuesday and Friday after - oons , at o3 o ciocK. For Gentlemen Tuesday and Friday evenings, at 8 o'clock, A new class for beginners forms every Tuesday. For Mioses and Masters Wednesday and Saturday aftex - oons at 3M o'clock. A favor will be conferod if application for membership en be made before or after tho hoard sot apart for classss. Call at the Academy or send for a oircoJar. se90m SELECT CLASS FOR YOUNG LADIES. 1S3 Atlantic street, between Court and Clintnn stronL On Monday, Nov. 14th, MISS AMES (late Principal of Femulo Grammar School No. 20. New York city) will commence the Winter Term of bor Class for the Education of about EIGHTEEN YOUNG LADIES, upwards of thirteen years of age. The Branches taught 'are Readiug, Spelling, Etymology, Geography, History, Grammart Composition. Phyriology, Astronomy, jT'onmanship, Anthmetic, and Alcebra. Hours of Instruotion from 9K A. M. until IK P. M. Charge for Tuition FOURTEEN DOLLARS per Term, including the USE OF ALL BOOKS required for study. No AssmtantTeachenj employed. VACANCIES FOR TWO PUPILS during present term. ' Circulars nt Mr. Brandt's store, No. 193 Atlantic street, and at Miss Ames' Residence, No. 2tf Schermexhom Btroet. a26 3nx BROOKLYN COLLEGIATE AND POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE, LIVINGSTON STREET. Tfcij InatJtnt provides a full and thorough course of education In Mathematics, Language (both Ancient and Mod - rn), and the Physical Sciences. Instruction b also given in Vooal Music, Drawing. Oalles - tbenics and Military Drill. Students from abroad will be accommodated with a good home and careful supervision. Students admitted at any time during the term. Fall Term commences MONDAY, Sept. 12, 1861. Candidates for admission will presont themselves for examination at the Institute, Thursday and Friday, Sept. 8th ad 9th. BOARD OF TRUSTEES. J, S. T. Sfcranohao, D. S. London, Luther B. Wynian, Charlas R, Marvin, S. B. Chittenden, Alfred 3. Barnes, John T. Martin. E. T. H. Cibn. George A. Jarvis, Walter T. HatoO. Charles 8 Baylis, J. Pope. James How. ISAAC 3. FROTHINGHAM, President. Jostab O. Low, Sncrotary. Ai.kxa.vdkb M. WinrK. Treasnrer. ap8 ly JJROOKL - YN JUVENILE HIGH SCHOOL lea WASHINGTON STREET, NEAR CONCORD. FALL TERM OPENS MONDAY, SEPT. 5,l85i. This School was organized in May, 1854, and has been in 6uccoesfnl operation Hince that period, Tho principal object and aim of this cchoolistbo early education of BOYS UNDER TWELVE YEARS OF AGE. And tho course of study is preparatory to the Collegiate and Polytechnio Institute of this city, Tho School Building is furnished with every convenience, and no expense has been spared to render it complete for the butinct of instruction. Tho Eleventh Annual Circular and Catalogue, containing tenns,reforouccs, Ac. can bo obtained of Prof E. 0. SEYMOUR, at tho Polytechnic Institute, at tho store of Mr G. P. MILNE, 217 Fnlton street, and at tho School. ae2 3m BURk'HALVTS gymnasia No 12 BOERUM STREET, NEW ENTRANCE FOR LADIES. No. 79 Livingston stroot. next door to Court Hoa - - e. CloaJCd for 1661 - 't& will open for gentlemen ou THURSDAY, Sept. Uth, 1864. at 8 P. M. ; . , For ladies on WEDNESDAY, Sept, 21st. 18G1, at 3 P. M. ; For boy: on TUESDAY, Sept. 'hth, nt 3:30 P. M. or full particulars apply at Gymnasium. seBtf WRITING TAUGHT IN FROM TEN TO twenty eav lessons ot BROWNE'S COMMERCIAL ACADEMY, or COLLEGE, 311 Fulton street, (op - pohite Pierrepont), Brooklyn. Improvement guarantoou; stillness and trembling of the hand removed. Writing, Bookkeeping, Arithmetic, Grammar, Fronch. Spelling, Ac to $10 for 3 months. A raro chance for adnlts ana others to recoivo eoparato instruction at hours suiting. A separate Department for Ladlos open at all hours of tho day and evening. o3ly REV. W. N. CLEVELAND'S CLASSICAL Irench and English School. This school opens on MONDAY. October 3d. at 122 Clinton ntreot. corner of Atlantic The number of pupils received is limited. For particulars enquire at tho school rooms. Uofer.ncQs. Prof. T. W. Dwight Col. College Law School: Ror. H. J. Van Dyke, Rev. c. E. Robinson, Rev, W A. Bartlott. Dr. B. H Bacho, U. 8. N. ; Dr. W. K. Brown, Prof. O. E. West. se2JMw - Classes in the French language Kj FOR LADLES AND GENTLEMEN. ProL L. J. SIMONTN respectfully gives notice that ha hag jubt resumed hisclasseB at the rooms of tho Morcontilo Library Association, Thenurabor and arrangoment of the classes are such that scholars of all grades may have, at anytime an opportunity to join a class suited to their state of advancement. Pupils are charged only from the timo they oommenco. . A class for beginners will bo formed on Monday, November 7th. An early application is respectfully nolioited in order to commence with, the class. Apply at tho doak of the Library. solOSm JT.JWS' DANCING ACADEMY, 37l and 3T3 FULTON STREET, opposite the City Hall. The Academy will be open for the reception of pupils and the formation of clanaes from and after the 0th day of Sep - tipber. Closfios for Ladiea. Misses and Masters on WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY Ladies. 2 o'clock P. M M taiea and Masters, 3 o'clock Gontlomon'sClassesTUEA DAY and FRIDaV EVENINGS, ot 8 o'clock. A Ladh? Evening Class on WEDNESDAY, from 7 to 9. Priyato lessons givon at the Academy or at the residence of the pupils . Further particnlorB and circulars con bo had at the Academy at any of the above mentioned hours. PRIVATE SOIREES .every .two weeks. The rooms can bo hired by respectable parties by applying at the Aoodemv au29 6ni . ftlHE ATHENUM CLASS FOR BOYS. " A J. G. RILEY, A. M.. Prino pil, 1 WILL OPEN MONDAY. Septombor 12th. The Evening Clasa for Young Men will opon Mondiv ivening, Oct. 10th. &29 6m A N ELEGANT ASSORTMENT OF SOLID (TjL Sterling Silver (roods. In morocco coses, doauzned ex - ressly for bridal and holiday presanU - at n'ntf J H. k A. W. HART'S. Ml Fqlton rt. AIR JEWELRY OF EVERY DESCRIP" tioo carefully manufaotuored from new and tastefa doaigno. at n33tf J. H. 4 A. W. BART'S. 34i Fnlton at. SPECIAL NOTICES. PROCLAMATION BY THE MAYOR - ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS RE W Alt). Ma yob's Ofpicji. Brooklyn, Oct. 19, 18M. i By virtuo of authority voatod in mo by resolution of tho Board ol Aldermen, adopted Oct. 10, 1661, 1 do hereby offer a reward of One Thousand Dollars, to be paid upon the arrest and conviction of tho party or parties guilty of the murder of the person whoso mntilatod remains wore recently found floating in the waters of the East River and New York bay, and now in tho possession of the Coroner of Kings County, A. M, WOOD, Mayor, oistr EAGLE GAS STOVE "WORKS NEW AND IMPROVED GAS STOVE FOR HEATING; warrond FREE from SMOKE or SMELL. Sond for descriptive catalogue. H. D. BLAKE, nolo manufacturer, 474 Broadway. o!0 lmeod ASSIGNEES SALE - THE SUBSCRIB - er, Assignee of WIL1AM VAIL, will soil at public aucUoo on MONDAY, 3L - it October, 1864, at 12 o'clodk, at thoCOMMERCIAL EXCHANGE. No. 359 Fulton Btroot, Brooklyn, all the No to, Book Debts and outstanding Accounts of said W. Vail, by virtue of said assignmsuL Da - tod Brooklyn, October 1$, 18ot J. IL GOLDMITH, ol910t Assignee, SoutboldTL. I. LADIES, IF YOU WANT YOUR FELT Bloomers or Bonnets re - shaed, go to RHIND fc FERGUSON. 190 Fulton stroet (up stair.) Felt, Hillq Beaver and Shoddy Bloomers pressed to looklike now. Men's Felt Hatfl cleaned or dyed, and trimmed in the rinest manner. N. B. Particular attention paid to Shoddy Bloomeia. RHIND A FEUGUSON, ol3 lin 190 Fulton street (up stair) 4 ITENTION 1311 ATLANTIC STREET X. Ladies and gentlemen, I have iutit opened a now establishment, also received a large order from California and tho Southern and Western Spates, to pay the highest price for CAST - OFF CLOTHING, FURNITURE, CARPETS, JEWELRY, &c Tf you havo such articles to disuse of. please call on or address a note to me, 311 Atlantic street, and yau will bo dealt with to your satisfaction and with punctuality. D. ROZENBAUM. Agont. Lauies attended by Airs. Roaenbaum. oi2I'n BRAZILIAN PEBBLES - TI?E VERY beat article over used for tho presarvationof the eye. Spectacles of allkindM. Also, gold, shell, steel and rubber Lye Glasses, and a full assortment of Optical Goods, at . , JOHN D. CHASE'S. 203 Fulton stroot - Particular attention paid to repairing Fine Watches I'lUUKB OUU UUHLllj. sew ir MONTAUK FIRE IiiSURANOK DOMf - PANY. So. 7 COURX.STREET, BROOKLYN, and 168 BROADWAY (nscr Maiden Lanel. NEVY YORK. W1L SLSWORTH, President. ABEAM H. Kibbx, oeoretary. JOHK C. Philip. Snrveyor. " m LADIES WISHING TO HAVE THEIR children's and their own dresses and cloaks cut. litted and made in the host Parisian Btyle will bo suited by callinc; atl Fnlton street, on Mrs. E. FOURNIER, recently from Paris. oil lm E: XPRESS FOR NEW ORLEANS. THE COMMERCIAL EXPRESS COMPANY onip oy every atfamor MERCHANDIZE, PAKCELS, MONEY. AND VAL - UABLES, TO NEW ORLEANS, And all places on the Opelons&s Railroad, and Mississippi River. New York Office, CU Broodwoy. D. D. BRIGGS. Superintendent. L. W. MORRIS, Agent, J.J. McKEEVER, Manager. Now Orleans. o51m XT OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE underaigiicd Francis B. Cutting, of the City of Now York, will apply to the Commissioners of the Laud OtBco of the State of New York, at the City of Albany, oa the 21st day of November next, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, or oa soon thereafter as he can be heard, bofore said Commissioners, for the grant of all the loud under water in or adjacent to the City of Brooklyn, County of Kings, containing about 236,000 squara feet and embraced within and between tho following lines, namely: Westerly, too ejcterior sideof the outer sea - wall or breakwater pier of Gowanua Bay Basin, number one, us established by law, (see Actef 24to April. 1&62); southeasterly, the centro line of Conover street, or thB extension thereof to tho said sea - wall; easterly, tho lands of tho undersigned, and tho ceatro lino of Reid street; and northerly, a straight lino intersecting tho centreline of Roidstreetat a point distant one hundred and sixty - nine feot two inches northwesterly from the point of intersection of tho said contxo line of Reid stroet with the northwesterlysidcof Coaover stroot. and cro&ingtho southwesterly side ot Reid street at the distance of one hundred and ninety - four feet tive inches northwesterly from tho northwesterly coraerof Reid and Conover streets, and intersecting tho naid exterior side of said soa - wall at vutj uisiiuii: ui ammv ur vriiium wju iomj, uuubuuriy irom lqo t intersection of said sea - wall with the extension of the ft soutneasteriy siae oi rema street; tuo lost described, straight line being the boundary lino botweon the land and water rights of the undersigned and land and water rights now or formerly of Divino Burtis, as deiinod and adjusted in and by & deed between Daniel Richards and tho said Divine Burtis, dated June 23d, 1852, and recorded with map annexed, in tho oftico of the Rogistor of the County of Kings, inLiber2&lof Conveyances, page 397. Tho adjacent lands, above referred to. of tbe undersigned, aro all the lots fronting the water hetweon the abovo mentioned Burtis' boundary line and Conoverstreet, or the centre line front o said lots, and are in tho occupation of tho under - sUmed as owuor; and tlio undersigned, in applying for such grant, will alvo apply for all rights and privUeges appurten ant thereto. uatea September 2let, 1864. o7 Cw URANOIS B. GUTTING. LUMBER, dec. LUMBER AT WHOLS ALE AND RKTA1L ALL DESC1PTIONS AN I QUALITY. 3 a. full stock suitable for bhipmen; to China, Anatralik. Africa,, West Coast, Rio Do Lw Plata and all other foreign markets. Selections for. partial or entire cargoes made with care and dispatch. The attention of importers wd Manufacturers is especially requested. PINE, SPR&OBAND HEMLOCK, a every variety. Also a general assortment of Bardwoodr, mi table for Home and Foreign market, including MAHOGANY, BLAOK WALNUT, HICKORY, CHERRY, ASH, WHITEOAK SYCAMORE, etc, eto. KASWOOD. ASH WH1TEWOOD BOARDS AND PLANK. OAK AND MAHOGANY VENKKRS, TTAGOK SPOKiJS AND FELLEY3, s onstantly m bomd and for ual6 in quantities to suit par bokerftby R. W. ADAMS 4 CO.. lr Atlantic Dock, and 116 Wall st. New York. HEATERS. r1HB AMERICAN FIRE PLACE H15ATKR JL This Heater is a most beautiful design and highly Bnished, it far surpasses anything that has come bofore th public This Heater will give mors heat, with the same amount of fuel, than any other Heater now in use. It oon - amee the gas, Uxereby preranting its escape. Call and se one in operation. B. McCANN A CO., ep3C 3m an v'tox aveouv. Brookhin CLOTHINCr. SF. WHITING, MERCHANT TAILOR AND CLOTHIER, removed from 176 Fulton streot to 213 Fulton street, St. Ann's Building. Tbe Custom Department is supplied with a new and fashionable assortment of CLOTHS, CASSIMERKS and VKST - 1NGS, which will be made to order in the most fashionable ''YOUTH'S AND BOY'S CLOTHING AND .FURNISHING GOODS. in large vorioty. ja23tf TRAVEL. CONEY ISLAND AND BROOKLYN RAIL J ROAD SPRING ARRANGEMFM To Conet Island without Chaxiie op Cabs On and after February 25th, 1564. and until further notice the Taaooaa CAE of this Company will run as follows : Leave Kulton Ferry at 6 o'clock A. M., and every 16 minutes thereafter until 11 o'clock P. M. Leave Coney Island at 6 o'clock A. M. and every 16 aunutet! thereafter until 10 o'clock P. M. F. G. QUEVEDO, Superintend eni, Brooklyn. February 24th, lBOi. f e25 tf BROOKLYN, BATH AND CONEY. IS LAND RAIL ROAD. STEAM LINK, Thbough IS 35 Metctes. Depot at3Gth street, near 5th avenue, Brooklyn TIME TABLE UNTIL FURTHER NOTICK. On and after October24ib, 18GL Trains will run as follows: DOWN. Leave 36th street At 8.30, A M, 12.30,3.30, 6.30 P M. UP. Leave Coney Island 8.00. HM AM. 2.00, 5.00 P. M. N. B. Cars leave fnlton, Wall, aouta ana 'lamHton Fprries, connecting with this road ai Greenwood ' lemctery. a Trains on Thursdays and Sundays when the weather is tino. Special Trains at any hour, day or nieht. on sufficient notice WALTER DARWENT, m7 tf C. E. and ftunsnntendent. RARITAN AND DELAWARE BAY RAILROAD COMPANY. To Long Branch, Red Bank, Shark River, Monchestox, Tom's River, Barnegat, Shamong, AJseoti, and Philadelpnia. On and after Monday, Aug. 1st, 1861, and until further notice, tho fast and commodious steamer JESSE HOYT will leave Atlantic street Ferry, Brooklyn, daily at 11 A. M., (Sundays excepted.) Returning, Trains will leave Philadelphia oi 8 A. M. and Long Branch at 11.30 A. M. Stages connect at Middletovrn for tbe Highlands (Thompson's) Shark River Station for Shark River, New Bedford, and Squan, Manchester and Woodmansio, for Tom's River, at Bamepat, Tockorton, Ware town and Manaanawken. For further information apply at the Company's offioe, 66 Beaver street, N, Y. au2ti W. F. GRIFFITHS, JH., Gen. Sapt. V EW RAILROAD LINK SOOTH ! 11 BROOKLYN TO PHILADELPHIA - THROUGH IN FIVE HOURS. FARE $2. EXCURSION TICKETS $3. GOOD FOR THREE DAYS. t On andafter MONDAY. AuguBt 1st. 1881, by the oorarao dioos steamer JESSE HOYT, foot of AtUntio street, Brooklyn, every day, (Sundays exoepted.) at 11 o'clock A. M. thence to Port Monmouth, and by tho Raritan and Delaware Bay Railroad to foot of Vine street. Philadelphia. Returning, leave Vine street Wharf, Philadelphia, every morning at 8 A. M. (Sundays excepted.) BS - Travelers from tho City of Now York are notified not to apply for paasage by this line, the State of New Jersey naving granted to tho Cam don and Amboy monoDoly tho exclusive privilege of carrying passengers and freight between the cities of New York and Philadelphia. jy28 tf WM. F. GRIBF1THS, Jb., Gen, Supt. BILLIARDS. m NUMBER OF DEALERS EN SHODDY OL BILLIARD TABLES are endeavoring to d oosaof heir wares by usingt he name of our well known "combina - on cushions, which thoy can neither manafnoture moe i)t ate, iad which are oalyfor solo at our xnanulactorr. PHELAN & COLLENDER, 41 tf 83. 65. G7 and 69 Orosb street. N. T EXPRESS. HARNDEN EXPRESS, 74 BROADWAY - Give particular attentioa to the prompt and ooretal delivery of articles to soldiers in camp or fieid, or to oar Toint North, South, East and West. Merchants ud othen on dejuiQ4 on having their ordera promptly Slld, 1B im AGENCIES. WM. B. LEWIS, REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKER. OfQco 355 Fulton street, Brooklyn. Gives his personal attontion to the purchase and sale of real state. eiOier in this or adjoining cities, negotiates loans on the meat favorable terms and at short notice effects insurance on all descriptions of property. Wnx Axeq takb ouaegu op kstates, or property of private inuiv.duals. and attend to tho construction ana repairs of baiidings, routing and collection 6t rents, payment of taxes and assessments, Ac, Ac Having for many years been engaged as a practical builder and dealer in rtwu estate, oon, with advantage to seller or buyer, be consulted as to value, Ac, without charge. N. B. $175,000 to invest in property desirably located. $25,000 to loan In Bums to suit at 6 per cent. Securities of every description bought and sold oa ooinmisaiou. Anolv op abovo. au2D 3m LESLffi'S HOUSE LETTING AND RENT COLLECTING AGENCY. 17n OWNKKS Orf HOUSR PROPERTY ttiroojrh this IminM Mn flhuiti Mfemii,..nltlii v.I3i.K1 a - a . .1 i Agency can obtain respectable reliable tenanta, and have Wieir City Taxes and Assessmentu punctuauj paid, to save retunu and occasional advances kaJd when require. POLITICAL. E EGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS. For Klnr.tsiMt fnr Pwsirfpnfc and Vice President of tho States. United W ILLIAM KULLY, Robert Chritio, Ifaac VanAnden. William Marshall, August Belmont, Isaac Hell, Charles P. Daly, O. - wald Ottendorfor, Gcoige Low Daniel Devlin. Andrew E. Sutiorn, James E. Ouinlan, Moses Y. Tilden, J acob Hardenbergh, Samuel H. Ransom, Willi tun A. Ru&eelL Stcphea Grithn. w mi 1 1 MJTON HUNT, Davi'lC. Judson, Cliauncey Vibbard. Roljcrt I'arker. Donitt C. Wost. Henry o, Southworth, Dclo DeWolf, Mothias Van tloeson, Cullcu Foster, Aloiiij Uradner, Henry U. li.irto Danii'l c. Hoivell, Tboi:ia Cornea. Hour:. J. Olowacti, bolo:::(,n Schou, 13enjL:nin Cham n. For Govornor. HORATIO SEYMOUR. For Lieutenant Governor. DAVID R FLOYD JOS US. For Canal Commismoiier. JARVIS LORD. For Inspector of State lnous. DAVID B. MoNEIu Jfor Representative in Congress, Second District TEUH1S G. BERGEN. Third District, THOMAS H. rAUROX. F r Register. HUGH MCLAUGHLIN. For County Clerlu JOHN J. WHITE. For Coroner. JAMES DKVAUCrxi:, For Justice of Session. STEPHEN J. VOOKUIES. For Superintendent of tlic Poor. Fourth District. JOSEPH ALTESBRAND. For Polico Jnfltirc JAMES H. CORNWELL. For Justioe oi Peutt, First District. MICHAEL WALSH. Socond District, JAMES BUCKLEY. FOR ASSEMBLY. First District. JARVIS H. WHITMAN. Second District, WTLLIAM D. VEEDEIt. Third District. STEPHEN HAYKES. Fourtn District, PATRICK BURNS. Fifth District. THOMAS M. RELCY. Sixth District HEJTRY C. BOSWELL. Seventh District. JOHN HANSOS. rp - WENTLETH WARD. FOR ALDERMAN. HENRY HARTEAU. o!7 td OHO THE NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC VO - JL TERS OK THE NINTH WARll - By roaolution of the National Democratic General Commitieo, passed at a meeting held at tho Capitol on Monday - the 21th inst., a Snmary election was ordered, and will be held on WED - ESDAY, tho,2ith inst,. between the hours of 4 and 8 o clock, P.M.. at tho Fnlton ave. RAILROAD DEPOT, near Hudson avc, to noniinato ocandidaie tor Supervisor ox said ward. JAMES EDWARD. ) . , o25 2t THOMAS J.BEHit Y. S luspoctors. REGULAR UNION NOMINATION; For Supervisor of tho Fifth Ward. HERMAN GOLDEN. o!4Ct 13 fNION NOMINATION. For Sunorvisiir. 7th tVird r. 7th c KO i: l L. ooi ; HERE WILL BE GOOD &PKAKING AT THE HEAD - QUAl'.TrRS OF THE CENTRAL UNION CLUB, Corner of Fulton and Pineapple utreots, EVERY EVENING DURING THE WEEK, ' Excopting Monday and Friday r.ishti. LADIES INVITED. olo 2SC TO EGULAR JLt DEMOCRATIC NOMINATION. For Aldorman of 2d V.';ird. DANIEL MCLAUGHLIN. oMllf T?OURTEENTH WARD. aL, For Alderman, EDWARD MURPHY. For Constable, JOSEPH L. FIRM. A meeting of the Democracy of the lith Ward was held on the corner of South 3th and 2d atn - ets, on Wednesday evening, Oct. lSth, ie&i. to nominate Ward officers. Dd - yard McDonnell, Esq .. was called to tho choir, and George E. Devyr was appointed Socretary. On motion. LDWAltp MURPBV was unanimoulT ncniihHted for Alderman and JOSKPH JX FRM, for CoxiBtaMo. ED WAUL MCDONALD, Chairman. Geo - 1'. DKvyit. Secratary. o20 9t LEVEKTH WARD iiEO ULAii DF.tWURATW NOMINATION. john 'Lawrence. 020 ist TO THE VOTERS OF THE 1IITH WARD. The recent division of tlie Election tistrict has changed tho places of holding the Polls, as fullows : 1st District Bounded by Booramntreot, Fulton avenue, Bord street and Atlantic street, at 5 Fulton avoauo. 2d Districtr - Bouuded hy Court street, north side of Wyckoff stroet. Bond streot and .Atlantic street, at 226 Atlantic street, near Boeruni street. 3d Diftrict Boundedby Bond streot, Atlantic stroet to Flatbushavenue.Bttiavenuo; throiiKhSth avenue to Warren street, north side ot Warren stroot, and through Bond street to Atlantic street, at 3ft! Atlantic street. 4th District Court street Wyckoff street, to Bond; Bond treetto Degraw street, and north side of Degraw stroet to Conrtstreot, atSpauldiag's, corner of Court and Butler streets. 6th District Court street, Degraw street to Bond street, through Bond to Warren stroet, through Warren street to 6th avenue, through 5th avenue to 1st street, through and along the centre of 1st stroH to 2d avenue, (latoNovina street) tofith street; thence through and arong the centre of Sth place to Court street, at 231 Court street (near Degraw.) 6th District Fnlton avenue, Rond Btroet. Flatbush avenue. 4th avenue to Flatbush avetiuo, Atlantic street, at 158 Fulton avenue. The Rogistry is ooen ot the abnvo places, 18th and 19th October. 1864, and will bo opon at the aameplaoeson the lit and 2d November, 1864, comn:iacir.g at 8 o clock in the morning, and continuing each day, until 9 o'clock at night. "See that your votes are registered. By Ordr ol thoMi - Clelion Club. THOMAS WALDEN, Pros. MiCHaKL WAi,sn. Soc'y. o!9 tKl DEMOCRATIC W REGULAR NOMINATION. For Supervisor Nineteenth Ward, AB.NER F. - JOY. o A N ENLIGHTE - NLNG CAMPAIGN NO - TICK. Fireworks, Torcho;, Lanterns and flairs, in ,t vorioty, at low price - . Al - o Cannon Fire Crackers. EGULAR UNION NOMINATION, li TWENT1KTU WARD. For AMi'nnan. JOHN K. B II L M E R, 015 td REGULAR DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE For supervisors' 9th Ward. GEORGE li. HERMAN. o!23w IJNION NOMINATION. For ConpTCSc Second Dia'rict, SAMUEL T. M ADDOX. oH 21t PEOPLES' CANDIDATE FOR ASSEMBLY. Fourth District, coniprisius the 2A, rtLand 51h Wards. 07 Idle JOM.1H (?. WARD. SIOS CANDIDATE FOR ASSKMRT.T. Fifth Assembly District :nli. Uth and 20th Wards. dun."! u. rr,itux. oilit u MON NOMINATION. GEORGE J. HARDY. oltd UNION NOMINATION. FOR ASSEMBLY. Fourth District Jd. 3d and 5th Wards. JOSEPH G . WARD. oTui PURSUANT TO NOTJCB, THE TENTH Ward MoC'lellan Club met at their room. 40? Atlantic street, for the transaction of business. Reports ot oom - mittees wero mado and various resolutiona paasod. after which several short and spirited addresses were mado. The Club was well attondoa and enthusiastic. nd ordered notice to be published in the Eaglk that the Club room be open every evoning in tho weok toxcept Saturday and Sunday) dnrina tho campaign, for tho members of tho Club and their friends. A iwoltition passod to hare the reanlar business meeting of the Club on every Wednesday eveninn, at7M o'clock. Adjourned. olOtl FRANCIS KELLY, Chai'man. THE DRAFT. SUBSTITUTES. PERSONS WISHING SUBSTITDTKB Ct KINGS, QUEENS, SUFFOLK, RICHMOND. WESTCHESTER, PUTNAM AND ROCKLAND COUNTIES, CAN PROCURE THEM AT THB OFFICE OF WARD, HOGAlf A CO. ha. 8 SANDS 8TRKET. Who are authorized to enter snbstittitea in this District t vhe credit of either of the above Coantiee. seaotf O'FMCE liF'THK KINGS COUNTY BOUNTY COMMITTEE. 13 Court streot, Brooklyn, Aug. 17th. 1861. Tbe County Oommittoe of KinK County hereby (rive notico that they are prepared to pa? Lie following bounties in oash to oach recruit onlislinK to the credit of Kin County in the United States aomoo: ToreoruitflintheArmyorNaiTfor 3 years $30 "1 .. 1 To reoruita in the Marino Corps. 300 RecrniU in the Navy must bo enrolled in the District to which thoy are credited to receive tuo County bounty. An additional .premium of one hundred dollars will also bo paid to each broker presentine a recruit or substitute for one year, or to such recruit or substitute applyirur in person. The Committee also jnve notice that they will par the following bounties for each substitute enhstlnxto the oredit of Kincs County who may bo presented in advance bv any person liable to tho draft and deirinK to be relierod '.herefrom, or for any substitute nrosomod by any person not liable to tbe draft, but may desiro to be represented in tho United Statoa sorvice : To Substitutes for 3yoara $300 " a - joo "I " I7S For further information apply at tho othoo of tfio Com - itue,No. 13 Court street! . W. J. O8B0RNE. SAMUEL BOOTH. JtlHN SHEARON. E. W. BLOOM, O. W. OHESH1RK. J. .1 . STILLWELL, K. MoGRATH, W. M. LITTlX. aITU Kings County BonotrConunittoa. EVERY LADY SHOULD HAVE ONTS pair, if not more, of Mmo. MORROWS KRPNQH OORSETti, to hare thoir dressos fitted over, as they iriva ftyio anu eioKauoe w uiup .aui. wa,uwu ui DiniHor corset now worn. A new importatloja of French maoa V an Ooutella Ocra1 its. iu - st received r.t 3 50 a pair, BME. MORROW. 273 Fnlton slroet. one door. boM.TUry 11Mt laStt MEDICAL. JELMBOLD'S GENUINE PREPARATIONS. "HIGHLY CONCENTRATED" COMPOUND FLUID EXTRACT BL'CUU. A positive and speciiic remody for diseases of tho BLADDER, KIDNEYS, GRAVEL AND DIIOPSIC.VL SWELLINGS. This medicine increases tho power of digestion and ox - citea the absorbents into heallhly action, by which tlie water of calcacrous depositions, and all uun I'.nral otilargo - mente. are reduced, aswollaspainandinllauimation,ana is good for men, women or children. HHH HHB HHH HHH HUH HHH HHH HUH HHUHHHHHHHH UHHHimiillHHIl HHH HHH HUH HUH HHH HHH HdU HHH HELMdOLD'S EXTRACT OF BUCHU. For weakness ar - 'Sitit from ExceAios. Habits of Dissipation Early indiscretion, attendoa witb the folio wini: symptoms: Indisposition to Kxertion, Loss of Poiver, Loss of Memory, Difficulty of Broathins, Woai Nerves. TrombliuR, Horror of Disonse. Wakefulness. Dimness of Viuion. 5'uin in the Back, Hot Hands, F!ulimf; of th.i ilndy, DrynepHof the Skin. Eruptions on the Fjicj, Universal P..'insitude. Pallid Couutunancc, Muscular System, Thee symptoms, if allowed Ui go ou, v;lnch this me - :i - inariably removes, soon follow FATUITY. EPILEPTIC FITS, 4c, In one of which the patient may e - piro Who can say they are not frequently followed bv those "direful diseases" INSANITY AND CONSUMPTION'.' Many are aware of tbe - auseot their hulfering. hut nono wiiiconlosi. The records 01; innano inylums and tlio nclancholy deaths by consumption, bear aiuplo witness to the truth of the assertion, THE CONSTITUTION ONOF. AFFECTED BY ORGANIC WEAKNESS. Requires the aid ofj medicine to strengthen nnd the system, which UEijMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCfllT invariably docs. A trial will convince tho most skeptical. EKEEEEEEEEE EEEEEEEKEKiJ EKE EKE EEEEEEE EEEEEEE EKE FEE EEEEEEEEEKE EEEEiiEEEELfc' In many affections peculiar to females, the Extract Buchu is unoquMled by any other remedy, and for all complaints inoident to the sex. or in the DECLINE OR CHANGE OF LIFE. ' See symptoms above. NO FAMILY SHOULD BE WITHOUT IT. LLLL LLLL LLLL LLLL LLLL LLLL LLLL LLLL 1J.LLLLLLLLL LLLLLLLLLLL Take no Balsam, Mercury or Unpleasant Medicine for unpleasant and Dangerous Diseases. HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU CURES THESE DISEASES. In all their stagcB, at little Expense: little or no chane of Diet: no Inconvenience, AND NO EXPOSURE. MMMMM MMAl MM MMMMM MM MMM MMM MM MM MUM MIWM sum JIMM MMM M.MM MMM MMM MM MM MMM M.MM M.MM M.MM MMM MMM HAM MM .MM f.l.M MM MM MM MM MM A1MMM MMMM USE HELMr.OLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU. For all affections aud diseases of these organs, whether oxiiting IN MALE OR FEMALE, From whatever cause originating, and no rnattor how Ions standing. Diseases 01 these organs rcmiro tbe aid of a Diuretic. HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU IS THE GREAT DIURETIC AND IT IS CERTAIN TO HAVE THE DESIRED EFFECT IN ALL DISHASB TOR WHICH IT IS RECOMMENDED. BBBBBBBBBBBB liBBBBBLEBBHliB BBBB BBBB liBBB HBBB BBBUBBBBBBHB BBBBBBBBBBBB BBBB BBBB BBBB BBBB BBBB BBBB BBBBBBBBBBBB BBBBBBBBBBBB BLOOD! BLOOD! BLOOD: HELMBOLD'S HIGHLY CONCENTRATED COMPOUND. FLUID EXTRACT SARSAPARJLL . Tt purifying tho , blood, removing all chronic constitutional diseases arising from an impure state of the "ilood and tho only reliable and effectual known remedy for tho cure of Scrofula. Scald Head, Salt Rheum, Pains and Swol - lings of the Bones, Ulcerations of the Throat and Logs, Blotches, Pimplos on the Face, Tetter, Erysipelas, and all scaly eruptions of the skin. AND BEAUTIFYING THE COMPLEXION. NOT A FEW oftthe worst disordors that aftlict mankind arise from th corruption that accumulates in tho blood, of all the dis ' oovencs that have been made to purge it out, none can ou1' ual in effect Heluibold's Compound Extractof Sarsaparilla It cloanbOS and renovates the blood, instills tho vigor of health into the system, and purgos out thehumora whi - ti mako disease. It stimulates the healthy functions of the body and expels tho disorders that grow and rankle in the blood. Such a remedy, that could bo relied on, has long been sought for; and now. for the drst time, the publio have one on which they con depend. Our space here doe not admit of certificates to show ita effects, but tho trial of a singlo bottle will show to tho sick that it has virtues surpassing anything thoy havo over taken. Two tablespoonfuls of the Extract of Sarsaparilla, added to a pint of water, is equal to Lisbon Diet Drink, and one bottle is fully equal to a gallon of the Syrup of Sarsaparilla, or tho decoction ae usually made. Those Extract have been admitted to use in the United States Army, and aro also invory general ue in all the State Hospitals and Public Sanitary Institutions throughout tho land, as well oa in private practice, and are coasidercd aa invaluable remedies. OOOOOO OODOOOOO OOOO OOOO OOOO OOOO OOOO OOOO OOOO ouoo OOOO OOOO OOOO 0000 OOOO OOOO OOOOOOOO uuuuooo HELMBOLD'S ROSE WASH an excellent lotion for diseases arising troni habits of dis sipation, used, in connection with tho Extracts Buchu and Sarsaparilla, in such disoasos as recommondeiL Evidence of the most rosponsiblo and roliable character will acco Ja - pany the medicines. CESTIFIOATFS OF CURES. FROM 2 TO 20 YEARS STANDING. NAMES KNOWN TO SCIENCE AND FAME For Medical Properties 01 Buchu SEE DISPENSATORY OF THE UNITED STATES. SeoProL DEWEE'S valuable works on the Practice of Physic See remarts made by the lato celebrated Dr. PHYSIO Philadelphia. See remarks made by Dr EPHRAM MCDOWELL, a colobroted physician and member of tho Royal College of Surgeons. Ireland, and published in the transactions of the King and Queen's Journal See Medico - Chimgical Review, "published by BENJAMIN T RAVERS. Fellow of the Koyal College of Surge, on See most of the late Standard Works of Medicine. EXTRACT BUCHU. SI per bottle, or six for JJ. EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA, $1 per bottle, or six for K. IMPROVED ROSE WASH, 50 cents per bottle, or six for $2 50. Or half - a - dozen of each for $12, which will bo sumcien - to cure the most obstinate cases, if directions are adhered to Delivered to any address, securely packed from observation. Describe symptoms in all communications. Cure guaranteed. Advice gratis. LLLL LLLL LLLL IXLL LLLL LLLL ' LLLL LLLL LLLL 1 J.1 .LLLLLLLLLLL LLLLLLLLLLLLLL AFFIDAVIT. Personally appeared before me, an Aldermao of tho eity of Philadelphia, H. T. Holmbold, who being duly sworn, doth say bis preparations contain no narcotic, no, mercury, or other injurious drugs, but are truly vegotabie. H. TV HELM BOLD. Sworn and subscribed before mo this 23d day of November, IBM. WM. P. HIBBARD, Alderman. Hinth street above Race, Philadelphia. AddrcM letters for information, in coDtidence, to H. T HELMBOLD. CHEMIST. DDDDDDDDD DDDDDDDDDD DDDD DDDD DDDD DDDD DDDD DDDD DDDD DDDD DDDD DDDD DDDD DDDD DDDD DDDD DDDD DDDD DDDDDDDDDD DDDDDDDDD PRINCIPAL DEPOTS HELMBOLD'S DRUGND, UH'MICAL WARE. HELMBOLD'S DRUGAND' 0KEMI0Kl WARE - HKLMBOLD'S DRUOAND OHEMIOAL WARE - NO. 584 BROAD" J'' n NO. 594 BROA' ii' 5 - 9S N0.594BRO 5; ; hklmbolF'. icai - depot. HELMBO. "llYcll DEPOT; .. fi?;,10 OTH TENTH ST., Philadelphia. BfcVtABU w COUNTERFEITS AND UNPRINCIPLED DEALERS, Who onto' or diSp0no o( "their own" and "other" arti - olee on thoreputation attained by V JIBOLD'S GENUINE PREPARATIONS. .BOLD'S hv - OENUINK EXTRACT BUCHU, xAIBOLO'S GENTrrNR RETRACT SARSAPARILLA. I HELMBOLD'S GENUINE IMPROVED ROSE - WASH. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGIST'S EVERYWHERE. ASK FOR HELMBOLD'S. TAKE NO OTHER. Cut oot the advertisement and send for il, and avoid imposition andexyoaure. jeW ly EDROPEAN NEWS. The CoverEic? Famiiics of 5Ji:sla - i;l. . Tbe ,irdalnr having complete;! ;t ::cri:?s of papers sbowing tbe bistory oi tiiirti' - ouo ol tbe great governing bouses of EiHimd, fjiveS a list oi Kcventy memljcrs of the Hoiise. of Cununons wbo aro connected witb thesa fninilies. 0::r cotempornry adds: Tbis list might be expanded really by a carelul search through tbe allianceof the ia''u - bt:rs, but we prefer to keep beyond c:vil or dispute, and it is sufficiently lonj?. Add to those connections the dependent boroughs like Calne, in which tbe proprietor does not seat a relalivu. tbe counties in which tbe maga:ttj holds a practical balance of power, and th'jr.: - fore, thui!!h he cannot nppnint, can veto n:iy api)oinliiiciit, supply one hundred and teu nitiubers. or a eleiir workiug fourth 01 tiie English section of tbe representation have, in iacr, as great a direct potrer as the vhoic lii:ig - dom of li - eland, double that of St'of - and, '.ive times that of London, as much a - s taat of London and tbe forty next greatest cities. And then we are told by silly liudicals that, in considering tbe origin and history ol tluso ii juses, we are pandering to the iliinkeyisiu of th; Etitish yieople. Why, we believe it to be beyond idi shadow of doubt thai, wht - n we have added the great Irish and the great Scot' - 'ii proprietors, it will be found that sixty families supply, and for generations have supplied, one fourth of the House of Commons, one loerth of the ultimate governing power for an empire that includes a fourth of the human race. The political signification ol a fact like this needs little exposition, but we may in a lew words just point to the main advantage and disadvantage which the empire has derived from itf existence. The great houses have been, and to a great extent still are, to our pohtical system what the bones are to the body. Unseen, they have given strength and firmness to what might else have been a gelatineous mass. No king, or demagogue, or soldier, has been able to mould the mass according to his own fancies because of these hard substances. They have frequently resisted even the apparently irresistible current of events once m the great continental war, decidedly and very unwisely turned it back. Slow, like all oligarchies, to admit the necessity of change, tenacious of ideas once received, daring in experiment when a need has once become patent to theai, they have given to our policy consistency, courage, and above all, that faculty which all democracies without exception, lack an almost assin ine pat.'eace. Seymours or Percies, Eussels or Herberts, expect to be great next century as now, plan lor next century as well a.s this, reckon immediate advantage light when compared with the great objects, the permanent grandeur, and rank, and power, which they desire England to hold, because with the greatness of England their own is lndissolhi - bly bound up. It is the element of resistance, the breeze in the brick, the hair in the mortar, the fibre in the wool, the bones in tlie body, which they contribute to our social fabric, tlie quality of permanence which they add to our institutions. They are the trees in the hedge, and that simile expresses the one great disad - tage of their existence. They shade tho field t oo much. Corn must be very good and the san - shino very bright for it to ripen under them. Or, to quit metaphor, it is the disadvantage of aristocracy that all political ability not immediately connected with rank has a double task to perforin first to rise to tlie aristocratic level, then to persuade the people. It takes an able man twenty years to ontain irom tuo nation the consideration these families obtain from birth, to put Jones at forty - five on a level with Cavendish at twenty - one. This is true not only of P:irliament but of the services, aud the consequence is that three - fourths of the ability, and courage, and genius of tbe people is lost to service of the State. A Wellesley is a general at thirty, a Havelock or a Campbell wastes his life in rising to the point at which men think of making him a general. The eon - sequence is that, unless England happens at any one moment to find a genius in - ranK, sue must eitner ao without one, or on - tent herself with one who comes from tue mass, and has wasted half his power in raising ! himself above them. But for the fact that tho I great families sometimes adopt a man of ! staking ability, as they adopted Burke, l'itt, peel in part, Sir Cornewall Lewis, and may yet adopt Jlr. Gladstone, this evil would, in j the long ran, outweigh all the advantages of 1 their power, for if in the cloudly lesson of his - I tory there be one maxim clear, it is that nations iu their hour of triul are saved by men ani not by systems that, though a patriciate may govern Rome, it is the individual dictator who must in emergency preserve it. Even as it is, this mischief is most marked, and will before long call for some strong remedy.if we would not acknowledge to all the world that England is becoming '.rfVO. Strength and exdusiveness are the good and the evil of the oligarchical clement in the British constitution. Fortunately for the country, tho division into parties, while it leaves the strengh intact, diminishes the ex - clusivtness; Whigs and Tories maintain on all grand points, such as the necessity of power at sea, the same traditional policy, but as neither Whig nor Tory can rely on the whole of the aristocratic strength, each is thrown back on the people, and Lord Derby stands surrounded by a cabinet of commoners, and even Whig magnates angrily doubt whether tlie son of a West India merchant can be prevented from becoming Premier. But for this, and the total inaptitude of the class tor journalism, the only pohtical function they have never attempted, the exclusiveness might yet make our history resemble too nearly that of Venice. Tbe Republican oligarchy ruled ably a thousand years and died, while the little dukedom once its feeble rival has expanded into a sixth - rate power. Will tbe influence of these great families endure V The answer of most thinkers is that it will not, that the steady growth of tho democratic idea has pulverising intluences greater than theirs, and must ultimately pulverise; them. We cannot feel so certain, cannot blind ourselves to the facts that after Cfcsarism had crushed the Roman world to one uniform level of slavery the patriciate had still a monopoly of regular administration, that in modern France the Faubourg St Gennain still rules the society, that in modern America it is a help to a man to be born Adams, or Randolph, or WintliroD. that in this England of ours tho abolition of the Upper House would instantly fill the lower one with great peers. Let tho suffrage be universal and Earl Derby stand for Lancashire, does any one know any Hodgson who would have a chance ? The re - division of property may ultimately shatter their power, but short of their dignity and consideration will prohably for a century steadily increase. We are probably but on the threshold of commercial success, and of that vast enterprise it is they who have the first fruits. No trade can flourish that for every pound does not pour a shilling into tho treasury of a Grosvenor or a Beutiniek, a Russell or a Stanley, a Neville or a Gower. They own tho soil, and rental rises with wealth as the surface of n field rises from successive deposits of guano. Every year. too. the pedestal on which they stand, the greatness of tho Anglo - Saxon race, rises and spreads wider. In another hundred years these thirty - one nimilies will be marked anil ticKeteti laini - liAo nmnnrr two hundred millions of English - speaking men, the only persons possessed of aavanutges to which ordinary men cannot attain, the only figures higher than that increasing crowd. A Percy, say, was great under the Tudors, that is, among two millions of half - civilized men. He is less now, comparatively, hut positively he stands socially above sixty millions of wholly civilized men, who are racking nature to find him means of gratification. His political power may decline, but his social power must increase. A Scott might once havo taken the field at the head of four thousand followers, tho Duke of Bucclench could not rely on the swords of four: but then one hundred and ninetv members of Parliament would not have voted that a road should bo turned lest tho house of Scott should be compelled to look ou coaches. Every year, too, adds to the number of tho nom'Cu.r riches, precipitates into society some four or five men, each with his million, with the power which belong to a million, and with a sovereign revorence for the few families which have millions too, and something else tlioy themselves can neither pretend nor buy - a direct connection with the past history of nu im perial race, l.'ukednms - ly abnlislicd br the year - (Ji'K) we pretend to no opinion on that point, perhaps no man save John Stuait Mill could give us even a reasonable prophecy but of this we feel a: - ;.,urod. if tlh. - v are not abolished an English d - .b dniu will 111 that, year be a prize b. yo:,d ail social compare, a jirize such as a throi.K is now, a position tac ultimate goal of all ihat is great, or ambitious or rich, nmor.g a r.i. e which wiil by that time be riling diroetlv nr indirectly over half tho world. The inc rease oi iiiK - Ui'gmc.!. the new rapidity of intevi - oiiiuiuaicaiion. the terrible publicity raider which all our children will be deemed to Iiv. - . v. ill only iueivaac this tendency, ns telc ropr - s :i:akf the Vr - uV.svs on a plain more :mii i.r.r 1c ': tiroitiitieat to the eye. The political power may 'Tepart. though we do not think it wiil, for wealth grown stronger instead cf weaker, and the ,;reat Ile uses more conscious of their position, and therefore more careful for its maintenonee: but the social power must, increase, and r.nless wo grc.itly mistake a hundred years hence a popular" .journalist will still find in this series material which will interest a far larger and more widely scitttjrcd audience. Man.und is more conservative then enthusiasts ureiini. aud icineiu';eriug teat after all the long and weary strugics of the nations the descendants of Henry the Fowler still move all the armies of Europe, we cannot feel cei fain that our great grandchildren will havs lost the help or escaped the influence of the great governing families. AMlfSfc.C''f!. !(H;KLYN ACADEMY OF MUSIC. .r...ND ITALIAN OPERA. Dir - eler MAX MARF.TZEK. op THURSDAY KVKS1SG. OCT. 27. at 9. MC.NOItA ZUCl'Hl. SIC. MAKS1MILIANI, Sit; IIEIAIN'I, ill Ol iiictti s grant! tragic OpTa. il, POL1UTO. wbo. 011 tlie lirt night ui its reprccnt.i'ion in New York, ercited .THE GREATEST SENSATION eer known in the history of tbe Lyric Drama in America. 'Hie Hile ot - ecured ;.';ats commence, this morning n Brooklyn at the ISoz o.neu : che Aca.iomy. and m New 1 ork at Root ,t Anthony ',, coruoi Nas - au ar.d Pint strcrts. 2i it 13K?. F. ii. CONWAY'S XVJL I' A R K T II V. A T R E. Opposite tlie City Hall, Brooklyn. Solr. Lessee St'j;e Mimocr . .Mrs. I'. B. CONWAY. T. WEMYSS TWO GLORIOUS PIECES: LA ST WEEK Oi :he cEcaaeuii - iit ol the (Jic - jt Cojnctlian, Ml'.. 1 - I'ANK DREW. WEDNESDAY EVENING. Oct. 26tli. The porfornianct' will commence irith geraLepp uBfpw RAl'l - EIITY. ( MR 1 RANK DREW Col Cheesbi.iM 3!r W T Stiles Muy rlsim Mansliekl sir ,1 a Graver Darl J - Donoglla! Mr S Parker 1'hehm Mr H S Murdoch Portreeve Mr.Io. - Maxwell lai.d.".!enc M: - ,:, Louise Hiwthorue Aia:!ia Miss E King TI.C oveuina'K ci:tertaine:"r.t - .vill ci - .nclu'Io with ALADDIN: OR. THE WONDf.UFCT, LAMP. 1 HE WIDOW T WAN KAY .Mil FRANK DRBW TheSultan :Ur J A Graver The V ,7.eia Sir Jas Maxwell The Genius 01 the Ring MiN - , Iloliiuaa Princess Boudruuil.oudeuv Mis. - , Viola U Plunkutt in the course oi the vvoi'.ii.g, popular selections will be performed by tho Orcho - tr:i. uiiticr the diroctio.i 01" MK. VAN UJ.KEK. In I'.renatatien MCCARTHY :tIOOitr. arid THE SEA OT K'h. FRIDAY. BENEFIT OF FRANK o;; - ; - , - , - . j tiOaxiii Sr OPERA H.OUK 1 CORNER OF l!OUT A.1D ltKilSK STREETS. CIIF PEOPLE'S !rAVij't''F RE.SOI:')'. R. M HOW.KY Soj :. MOyi.'Al' KVFNIN'l. OCTOBER 21 til i S.O DtlKlM. TH. Vbl - :S. A lIAt.NIliL'l'.NT BILL. READ IT! rsl week or tho side - ,plitting Farce. writt"U erorcssly for s t'ompaiiy. bv ,J. Ml - cIo. - !;i'.v. Kse. entitl - d WHERE IS THIS GOOSE; I '.ret appearance ol the Musical Wonder. Mr. 1.. MVKltS. who w: 'I 11 1 11 perform on seven instruments at the same time. 1 ONSt KlPIS O.N A LARK. ITALIAN AlttS. GolNO EOUND THE Uor.N. ELECTION JIG. HOW ARE YOU GRF.KN BACKS. SONG'S. ACTS. oaNC'Es AND PLANTATION Se:ENES. opetu at. 7; t? ooOuiitMii at 8 o'clock. :SMon 30eonta. Private Ifoiee no .l.o t'.il t Seats reserved for ladies aud genl lcmtai aoCGaipAny. ira. tinnnmflnl, nshrrs in 3.' td JHOOKLYX ACADEMY OF MUSIC. Manajv : ct. I.. FOX. NOTICE TO THE Pi: BMC. Mr. G. L. Fox will close his establishment in New York, a:id open with his lull force FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY, FRIDAY EVENING. October !?. when the talcuted and versatilo actress. MISS FANNV HERRING, will appear in her grand tragic role of , LYS1AH, Till) ABANDONED, played by her in Now York for the post two weeks with im - mem - esucccss. She will besue - ported by a full dramatic company. MR. T. B. STCDI.EY as NATHAN The celebrated Comedian and Pantomhm.. Mr. G. L. FOX. WILL ALSO GIVE A COMIC PANTOMIME WITH HIS TALENTED TROUPE. BOX OFFICE OPEN WE11KKSDA V, at SA.JL, and continue till the evening ot pertortuauce. 1'ar.iuette aud Balcony. 75 cents. Dress Circle. 50 cents. Family Circle. - 5 cent.. o34 td GOTHIC KALL THE UNDERSIGNED having reeeii'1 - purchased the ahove Hall, which it - new rL'j'fl.rcd and refurnished, would respectfully call tin; it trillion of Ball Committees to tht fact that tno HaU iw i;upf lur rem on reasonable ttriua. opsins or expense bn beared m nukuij; it com for table for all. N. C. Tbe Supper 'Loom will be under tho laanafrement oIMr, M. SWANKY. o':ti2w S. SvNT1KRSOXPropnf)tor. JCOLLETTl'S ' BKASS, REED AND STUIM; BAND. From thi iramunM' POpnlarit - T oi tin.' Bm Band tliroulmut Hroo' - lyn and its vicinity J. LULLE'l Tl befis to inform the public that he now prepared to fnrnisit any nunitier of string tutwic tor tha com - in;: bnll season. Order left at thy II nd jnarters, corner ol Wain um! l'ro.spect treets. 1'or particular - appli to .1 CtMXK'n i. Leader. 3w Tillary si reet. Mroo!;:yu. N. B. - SpUmuiil uiniuriuf for parade:, itjvoh:ii;h. Ac. oiT lm' 8 TKWAKT'S BROOKLYN t'lJiLNKT HAND. Ti.e friend - 01 t.Ii - j ahove Band can sec n re f - heir serr by Arii.Kiu ui tlie ARBOK iiivrr.!,. "o:rer of Fukon and Middah nirucrs, or tlio ro:d"iie Ot tiie Leuccr. c. a. Connor. o; li.i S'T A Inn: - stnvt. near Willo - .ihDy. SAMC AHV TO LET. F" Oi SALE THE T HREE - TOil VJ3RI OK." l:ouso and lot No. G Huyt tre,t. in perfect order; price lovr: terras cas - y. Apply to KHK'K A UUION. 13 A nil - ttreri. Tew or'. o'iQ 6 LUH SA iTK - A TWO AND A HALF 1 Mory ami basement and sulv - cellar brick IlOUSiK; contain il roonw, iz&n and ca lixtures: wjiteranti connoc - tionvith w - wer. l'or Utui. - , ic, apply on the premises. 069 Bridge nt. oiS tf. "ILXm Al.E A H AN tS M E T WO STORY q and attic, double houe. tillod in with brick, containing 10 roomn, tininhed in bet manner for the owner's occupation, with marble ruantois. ch. pump in kitchen, stabl in n - ar, Ac, wth 4 lots, beautifully situatr, within a fovr vardof tlie junction of DeKalb avenuo nnd Broadway. The above is in a highly resnectablo and iuiprnvins neifjn - (crhood, will now be sold cheap and on eay triu!. AUo 8 tino Inu. Knuuiroot B. rKTKRSUX un pixiuisos on Wil - Loubby fivonuc. near Broadway ol"2w r i Vo LE"TRoTma"FOR MiaANicAi, JL or anj lihtniaiiufactarina bu?in6.i; pleasantly located : three niinutiw' walk from rSilton Verrj. Apply on tke premis&s 57 Ucnry stroot. 013 lm K. K. A. CO. IOR SALE POSSESSION ON OR BE 'resident atrect. 3 story basement and aefcic, 4 lot Renii - ;n st, 3 story and basement brown stone Carlton av, 3 story and basement brown. stone Adolphi et, 3 story and basement hrow - uirtune , Vest "Warren nt, 3 story and basement, bxick DeKalb av, 3 story and extension frame Bridge t. '2 rtorj' and extension frame Viiionst, 3. story brick , Kint live. 'Istorv oiton.sion frauia $2S,00 . 9 MO PS9 (V0 X5 3. mvini! over J iter Tenant property in Warren strict cent, niy3 ly O. ii - - Uli tVAL a, UKf., 16 Court BtT - flet. FOK SALK A XKAT SWISS COTTAG - E. bituatedon 13th .street, near 7th avnu, fulMotsSi iUO fe - 1 . lately and tluirouphby tikted up, court yard - jtoII laid cut with shrubbery, within two minntea' walk ta Gone Ilfind in - d Mb avenue cars. Vot Dortlcvilars entiuife 0! 1 brentv, ISth .struct. South Brooklyn. Ko amenta me i apply. ?l212VL LOTS FOR SALK, AT PR1U15S FROtt $2f0 to SwO Ui tho Tonth Ward of the i of Brooklyn, on .'Jd and 4th avenues, and Prerjjdent jud Carroll eta.;, ii improvement are mace all tho money cm remain ml uortsWme for twenty years; also aler fronti on tho Gnw i:iu Creek, suitable for manutactoriea. or minber, ocflc rxuU and otiiM yanba, which will bo sold or raafod oa vqv i - avorable term. Applv to AltWlUH VT. UiSHiiOM. wc on Uvroll street, near Nevins. w WINES ANI LIQUORS. y D O N 1 A. A SEW AND EXQUISITE TOXIC ANrI CORDIAL. Pr.rARED FROM NATIVE FRUIT. NO TAB1 - E SHOULD BK WITHOUT IT. Try a bottle, ft" J judg for yoorsell For sale by ul0 3m H, A. GTtAF.V. 14 Qonrt street. 171 INE OHIO CATAWBA BRANDT. onW S4 00 cents per gallon. Very ohoice - .Oabfoc - nia Catawba Tale Brandy, equal in strength, purity and flavor to the best French Brandy, onlyS per sallon, Foruto r.t the Ohio and Calitot - nia Catawba Brandy Oompany Sole Aeocv No. 64' llyrtle avenaa. jeMfim MEDICAL. ORE FOR RH.EU MLATliil, xaKUMATH - 1 AFreCTlONS, If directions are strictly adhered to. . TOLiMBS' GREAT UKKMA.N RKAlDi, For sale per bottle: nt the Dnut tttore. - oi H. 1VHKKR,331 Fnlton avenue. . A.W. WLhl. corner of. U - Mo stwe; ar. 3 felt V.

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