Newspaper of The New York Herald, April 17, 1849, Page 7

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated April 17, 1849 Page 7
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I'leaae mention (be data ?f the Met iu which they are advertised LADIES' LIST. a Avery Ellen Anderson Janet Appellate (*ara AndcrtonMre( JamesAtw ell Maria J Anthony VIre I'raaetro t) Austin Maria A cue 0 Alsteu Sarah A Armstrong Bridget Armstrong Sarah II Ailame Mary Arinetrong Bridget AI for J leaholla Atwuud Mrs Henry Angus Pauline Arnold Jane Baker Mrt Willinm Borger Margaret Berryman Mill Baldwin Sarah E Boliner Mrs E (Uroadway) Branuuka Mine C Boswurlh Sophia npoeh Mrs k'raueos E Blakeney Ann I' Bluuintield Mini Bleake Miee S Baker lira A (ll)tli atroot) Heat Margaret Barry Judy Broiihy Margaret Heard Catherine Harnett Mra(Madi- Batler I'anny K Itinard Madame?2 eon atrert) lturtnerSuraiiMaria Bird Caroline Barker Mm (Keade Buatnn Mrs Benj lirivn Harriet street) Buchanan Maria E lirolinin Mrs Bead Hannah ltrucr F.liza Br >wu (lalharine Bcunrtt Josephine Harstow MrsJohnE lirnoka Mrs William Beach Mary Jane Barton Vt inefred N llctts Margaret Bnrrv Ann Bocntt Catherine Bell .Miss <3 Barney Mary Q Brough Miss Jessia Jfftcti Margaret Maeon llunecca Brown r.iion Hell I.ucinda Balconuer Harriot Huone Anna Hirrell Helen Brudy Mary Buckingham Mary E Biahoa Sarah Blake M r? (Second A Bodi Mrs Robert atroet) Burdell Antonott Bode Dorett Berrian Julin UucbannouCatharine Buckle/ Ellen Bryan Ann O Crait Mar/ Crura Mre (Franklin Cane Mar/ lantield Hannah ?t) Ciena Miaa (Illeeokor Caahire Julia t'loae Mnrgarot at) Carluiek Bridget Coghlan Bridget Clifford Ellenor C Caiscy Mar/ Connor Bridget Cobb Mar/ Ann Crafta Miaa A M Cushion Catharine Cromwoll Charity Cbanibera Margarat Cuuiminga Hannah Croal Elizabeth CraigMiaaWilemina Cuaaen Mar/ Cooke Catherine ChunibereMrallenry Carotin Widow Cox Margaret Caffery Bridget Clancy Ellen Coaaua Margaret CaralileMiaa(9th at) Chadwiek Eliza Cook Mra (Globe Clear Mar/ Callaghnu Juue R Hotel)?2 Cooke Bridget Caldwell Mary Conurer Koaatia Colt Maria D Chare Mra l'eter Cotter Catherine Congen Miaa 1* A Carpenter Cathe- Cotter Margaret Crockett A an Elita rine U Cutter llarria A Cohurn Julia CampbellMrr(Stan- Cuinhle Anu ConrtantiueAnnieE ton rt) Currier Charlea Cooke Miaa A M Caaun Catherine Hanahey Julia Donnelly Jane Deacon Jane Day F.mma J Dorria Biddy Demprey Mary Davia Mra F Dubayle GeuuTiere Dolnu Bridget Desmond Hannah Duffy Anne Dougherty Mar/ Driseal Mary Dunne Catherine Dooly Bridget Kenlrera Amelia Duffy Maria Douglaa Mar/ oane SopliiaEmily Dunn Dora Doby Mary Dehorn Mra(Chnm- Douogliue Mary Donniellv Bridget ber at) Datiaon Mary Ann Donely Bridget Dickert Mary Ilaine Mary A Dunn Mrs CO Dowues Juliet Ilage Miss H K Dun Emma Done Mra (Willet Deal Elizabeth Duffy Mary at) Delacy Mra (Uud- Duggan Margaret Doekendnrff MraRo- ton at) Duaue Mary bert Devine Margaret D/son Mra (17th at) Donoghe/Catherine Duggan Catherine E Earnahaw Mra Sa- Etbridgc Mra J A Filings Catherine muel Eagan Catherine Erana Mra 11 A Evana Nanoy Earle Margaret F Fonni Mrs Cathe- Finn Bridget Frnley Mr.a Henry rine I< Fisk Eliza Ferria Miaa C rarley Bridget l-itieiunuousurnigotnining Catherine Fanshaw Mrs II Al- Flinn Ana Fimllav June lison Fish Marv Fields Surah M Fnrwell Margaret Forsyth Miss E Fpink Muriu Firley Bridget Farrell Ann Fitzpatrickllonnora Ferguson Mrs Fuve Bridget Fitzgerald lloaora ( Washington it) Fulion Mrs (13th st)F?stur Suruh Ferris Catherine Flanagan Mrs (12th Fuulke Mr?(llroadFeony Elisabeth street) way) Finok Mary Frenr C arolina G Gladding Susan Gillies Cornelia Galhralth Jane Gaffeney Mary Grilhn Murgnret?2 Gaddis Ellen Gafney Ellon Goldsniidt Mary Gannon Koddy Grahum Clarissa R Eouisa GoorgoMrsStephens Uruy l.ydia Gordon Fanny Geury Mrs (2.3th at>] Greedy Eliza Galligbcr Margaret Green Mrs II D Guhan Miss (Great Gray Sarah Jane Gruely Mary Junes street) Gauscvoort Mury A Gilibins Isabella Grenmlda Miss E Gurity Mrs( Riving- Gorman Catharine Greenland Ann ton street) Grogan Catherine Gennet&lrsCM Gage Easter L Gunning Susanna Greenly Mrs George ^ Rapes Miss M A Holmes Eaviniah Henderson Mrs lluywnrdCatherine Hull Mrs G II (Fourth streut) llartnett Widow Hutehinson Esther Henderson Mrs Haven Mrs S U Hutchinson Euiily (Courtlundt st) llsnin Kllen Hughes Mrs E J Hi t Catherine Hand ltoso?2 Hunting Mrs M U lliggius Mrs Jnmts Ileeley Anne Iluwes Margaret IIowus Encinda Heart Adelaid V Ilnudcoek Miss Ilogan Mrs( llruome Herrmann Eouisa (James strout) street) HeleyMrs(Mulberrynninmill Marv Heurlhut Mary G street) Ilaming Mrs E E Hubbard Elizabeth nirley Josephine Havens Eouisa A Hughes Dorotha lliggins Mury Hayes Mrs (9th nv Hughes Eouisa Hindrieks Mrs Herrimuu Mrs E B Hunt Mrs (Canul st) Hollen Mary M Heuery Margurct-2 llusted Mrs Uillutt llollcn Margaret I c?C J Iva Mrs John Jones Suruh A Jaskson Margaret Jones Mrs S A Jenuiups Virginia Jones Julia A Jones Mury June JarvisSaruhA June June M Jones Murgaret Jones Mrs (Avenue Joice Mury V B Johnson Mrs M V D) Jones Ann Jennings Mary ^ Knapp Eneretia Kennedy Eliza Kennedy Sarah Kemp Maria T Kingsley Mrs Geo Kovelin Mary Kneass Susan M King Esther Kennedy Cutharine Kelly Catharine Kogh Bridget Kelly Mary Kenny Miss A Karney Mrs (Stan- Kelly Bridget Kenny Catheriaa ton st Kelly Mary Ann Kenny Bridget Kellogg Mary E Killen Bridget telly Kllen-2 Kenny Catherine KnowlesMary ^Kiiu riiMiisrh Keer Msrv Kruiror Cathurine Lawrence June fl Lloyd Nancy Letate Sarah Iskwrence Margaret Locnr Lidonia Leary Kllon-2 Lashort Mrs E Lyon Mra Butler Livingston Mr* Lee Mr* CM Lynch Mary (Broadway! Leavenworth Cor- Langevin Mary Lollan Jonnan-2 ii,-lui T Lawrence Mis* E Loughhead Sarah Lee Mary Lnngwm Jane LoKan Helen Lester Eliza Lee Mra K K Lyons Kaeliuel Livingston LoiiianR Lewis Mary Aaa Lyons Mary Lojen Elisabeth M Mailley Ann Morin Mary Meard Anne Mansuy Madame V Moore Margaret Millard l.uey IIulMarratli Margaret Mnrthn Catherine dali Martin Mary Mnrlagh Bridget Mitehell Margaret Martin Mary Mary Miller Catherine Wwhen Catherine Murrey Elisabeth Morris Mr* Mitehell Jane Murphy Mrs (West Morgan Mrs (Ith ?t Miller Elizabeth Broadway) Morris Mary Miller Klizn 1* Manuel Jane MollonAnn Miller I'nmelia Mallory F.lisa Mnnagiian Bridget M"tgan Mary Kc- Magnrry Johannah Mtirpliv Bridget beeca Magolighau Marga- Munn Hotloii Morris Sarah O ret Murphy Anne Meutgoincry Cora Mackey Mies E Mulrehy Bridget He MeCnire Ester McEhhoue Catho- McCortniok CatheMeAlister Jean rine rine Jl,tarty Mr (24th McK*;n Susan McKnwe Jane street)?2 Mt ilnhon Margaret MoOrane Mary MeCoflerty Ann MeNamara Ellen Meilinaes Ann N'Donangh Elian- McQuilleu Bridget Mellaheti Bridget leth 1* McAarthy Mrs Mctlnu Bridget Slel'rrmot MrsThbl (Crosby street) McMulion MaryAnn Meiiough Anno McCarthy Ellen McMullen Mary Meiirork Ann Janee McCIusVy Snreh JleVay Catherine JlcGuire Mary McDougal Jane H Newell Analanuh Vowlin Sarah Rowland Ann N'urris Mary J N"a.-h Niusuu Mary Ocilen Mrs C H O'Reilly Mrs (Mott O'Shnnglienuasy OFIagherty Mra street) MaryAnn (Kastst) O'liaine Ana Odriaoal Mm Oakley MrsO O'llam Mrs John O'Dwyer Mrs(BaO-gond Mrs Francis O'Hara Mrs D tavia at) ii O'Brien Ellen O'benry Catherine P Palmer Miss (Lew is Petrie Miss A V Pease Maria street) Pittman Mrs E W I'erril Fredrlea kay Catherine l'ierson Sarah J Perry Mra(Varick Kr'e Reliorca 1* Porter Anne M Place) VkVe Eunice Patterson Eliza Powell Ann Psffoivol Mary Patterson F.llcn Power Margaret J*bas Eliza E Pntterson Mrs M A Pope Catherine J'iarry Mrs Patterson .Mary J Power llenora Qttin Mary Qnin Maria M R Ray Kate A Robinson Catharino Rnvflly Biddy Randolph Mrs lien- Routand Miss V Reilly Mary ry P Roldnson Margaret Reave Ellen RnlTVrty Catharine Roberts Margaret Reed Deborah Reynolds Julia Ma- Huch Ann Riley Eliza ria Rudd Mary, Cherry Kiely Catharine Reulhal Mnrgorct street Rn*? Mary Reagan llenora Ryan Ann RosonthalSarnh Ann Rudor Matilda Ranlett Nancy Rooms Elizabeth R. itly Mary Ramsay Sarnh J Rows Mrs. Lewis st Kioraen Eliza Rutherford Marga- Roberts Emily W Richardson Mrs C ret Kufus Mrs, White it Ryder Lucy P Sagweys Larina Spillman Mary Sherldcn Mary St John Margaret Sclmtts Sarah Stewart Martha Samuels Maria Scott Mary Slieeran Margaret Soanlon Mrs (Nth st Sloans Susan spring Mrs Samuel Sanford Margaret Sullivan Eliza Simpson Emily K Sharp F.llza Stntts Lydla Spillman Betty Spear Jemima Snyder Mrs II n Smith Ann Swedenstine Mrs Starrett Mrs A K Smith Henrietta A Stevenson Mrs Jo- Samuels Mary Slowen Ann soph Sharkey Mrs (.Id ar Strong Marion L Stivers Ellen Sehanck Miss A M Solda Kosana Swift l.ueinda Stanton Elizabeth Sulir Ma,lain M Smith Hannah?2 Spear Margaret B Stuconie Judiah Smith Catharine P T Tammnn Mre Tnrker Mri( Wash- Treadwell Emily B V?V. OMI .fc i I Tlinmtaun .lane Tnit Elisabeth A TuieyMaryE Thorn Mrs( WarorTrcsrntt Lucinda C Trattiam S' | hi? lo? Place) Tilly Lydla Tliarntlcr Mnrgaret TncVur Sarah A Thorn** Barbara Taylor Ester Tally Mary TV>ii pson Malind* / V Tell-on Ellon M Vsnllss Phvho Van Anker Parmelia Tan NaineoVcaney Vogt Maria Van HornCatherine W W??tson Ann White Mary Ana Warren Margaret W'adleigh Charlotte William* Mary Wals worth Mary W ar-i Mrs( William H IIi-b .?iss(Uroad-Wcymr* Sarah street) way) Wl.onl Mrs J Walker Mr?( Fulton W bite Mr*(Wator Weil Klon street) street) Williams Mra A W Wheeler Henrietta White i.mma W hitman Nauey W'elchnian Mian J Wyman Mtsa S Wilson Elisabeth Welch Mrs Edwin Hallaee Jane Williams Miss C E Wilson Miss ME Waters (Irace Wylie Mary Ann W hite Elisabeth GENTLEMEN'S T. A Arharbnrnel Rn'h Adams Lyman II A-lam Charles Adams M illiarn Ahram it Johnson Acklan-I John--2 Alleles t harlea Ad lor Due Id Ahel l> If A-ller tlaorre Adams Henry Adams Lyman /frieaims Edwd Allen Richard Alton Mr Allen tieorge II Alhus II Allen Asn Arms Freeman O Aldrich F. F Allen Henry P Adams William Allen (Jcorite Ames II It Arnheiln .Moiis'r Alhertaon < apt S Alley James D Atchison Andrew Ashhy John Aymar K Artn-lronp Jaa Andrews Lyman Anld Cart Jaeob Anstin Lminia Austin John F Arnold Win E--2 Armstrong Jn* K Atwood Cap: Thoa Andrews J I* Ajers Eleaiar Arneux Anthony Andrews Lacr'e B Andrews Captain A Av- rill Khali* Atlierton Kooerla-4 A "-man Mr Anderson Jsmos Atwood J W Austin Knfns Armant M-ns J 8 Andrns Chariot Atlerhury Thoa Anderson Win Anthony Michael Anglo Fen Averill Klisli t Andrews Sainl U Andrews F C Arnold ( apt John Austin Harry I" Ayres hylsaou* B Ajrti M'ra II Bae-n II C. Illnek John Black Frank jtjM-Jiuinn Jacob Baheock 11 B lira Hoy J If s??els 111nst HachMr lllaokman Vf in HVSrs t I' Heche Roderick llaheoek 8 Jtueli Martin llaeh Monsiour llra-iy Anthony Hlaekwell k Co, J llaelnnan Kenatiis Italieouk Win |Ueen ( "ft G W' llailgur James llaeheldor liilbt W Bradley Michael linker Pr Win It llaeh James limed Alfred llraniMe <)eo J llailey James S Jtaker M c Bailey lit Wool soy llraisied Cuter Bnniiister Wm Bnnta Cornelius Blake II C Baker M Ilham Baldwin Jno M 8 Baker Kieharil II Brant August lirandejeat II J Brainliatl lieu W Blackmail llnmer Baldwin^ II os llari- ll Monro* L llarsley Edward llarry Panlel llarlow Joseph L ItsiiT *" 1 n Bartfatle lleoTJ Harry Oliver i.... * Korean Isai.ieue A I o isos-oa it v* llarry Edward BattiM k Brother Bartiae k Raldea Barker JuhaO Barlaw Vinson Hnrtea Charles Barnaul. 8 Barlow J 1. Barthulph Akrh'a Barlow (lapi L N Barlow Mitchell Barker Oren Barnard G G Barricklo John R Barlow Charles Barrahiao Moh'S llnrhous Samuel Barry Daniel Harlling M C Barry William llashfnrd Ban lllauvolt k Latan lllith Martin lllatohf.ird Joseph Baahford Rteh'd Beebe George Beauiaont Fran a I Breach Mr llredon One I Ileamon l ap! W 11 Beotly Robert lieeeill Edward Beach John 0 Beat Mr Bennett J Beuioa Robert Benjamin E B Breunn Dr llreunan Joseph Borah J C Breonnn I'rank BorgerCS llleuuerhossntl llorxen Thomas ltrenaii Bernard Hermann llenham 11 H Bstta rhuinae Bennett W II Brent P X Berry B J Benton ? 1) Bonner Roubun lllcyrues ?l Desart lien* I.ewU W Hreweo Cornol't llerger Frederick Helton Mr llletnein James U Horny Anion D llrett laauo Berry man Jaa 9 Hell Robert 0 Benjamin O 0 Benjamin 1'ark?S Bellaland. aeur, T Brigbain E S Bidditph Thomas lliber Carl lligelow BenJ H Bilou Mouaieur Briua Alex D Hiukerrtotf A Billings Carlest Brickie John lliddle F A Hillings Horace llriard Cant Wm A Bishop ('has B llir?h James llixby Daniel llliTer Anson llirt William Bird Abraham II Ilriggs Cap! Danl C Ilrogen John Bode Dr Yf Boaitart I) A Brocket! W B Hogert Stephen Hogurt I'eter llliiug 1. Elins Bootea Edward Bromley J W R Brenner Moses or Booth Edwin V Bookham Chaa Samuel llronard I etar Hont ke Michael Brown L n Brothers Charley Brown I'at Buyer K R Boyer Edward A Hourk I'atriok Kruwn Jamefl Brown John Brown John Boyle Edward R llrown Ira Brown J Bradford Browor Geo K Brown John W Bostwick Isaac S llrown William Brown John II llowun Col Goo llowne l.owii llrown Jamuel F Hawera Augustus llrowoe J K llrown e R Browne IIartaou Brown Mathias llrown Samuel llrown Will 11 llrown Ira Buokly Bartholo w lluell A 11 it C N Buddinke A D Buehliols Dr Mason Bruce, Jr. David Butler Calvin X Buttorlleld Asaph Buckley William Uuekley llenry Buck Ke* Val e Buckingham & Burton Chnrlec Burns W Sons-2 Bunting J amen Blunt J Burrows Mr Brunswick U Burr it Brothera llurr it llaight Burnet Gilbert Bourk Joseph IV lllyth Joseph Butliess J Burridge Thoa Blunt MaJ Sim a Butler Gilbert G Bruiiiniell Wm Butler Jacob Bnrdiok Wut 11 Brush C W Bush O N llurke M J Burrows IIour* B llurke M K Buckley G R Buxton ('apt lieu BryunJidjnC Byrne Goo C Caboon John Cnnflcld Maloom Campbell M'm Csllaghan Wm Crnnc Jus M Cady R II or I.u s Canuxon Abjundxo Cranson H in Craig II !S X Cafl'rny Matthew ( ainpbcll lien D Callahan Thoa Crahan Lawrence Campbell Jas Caunillo F Do P ( randier Theuitly Cady l.uchua Cane her it Arnold Calhoun Suth ( aiupbell Daniel Craue A II Calliln Dennis Cainiibell Goo Colkin W II Canart Austin Caliill Timothy Champion N L Cnnda Wm ('alio A Campbell A E Chaniioy Hen CollumWmJT Crainptou Russel Campbell Peter Campbell Hun Crane Hun U I'aninia Jitmct Crusar V Carpenter Rebt Carter Jarvis I'ayr Mons Alexander Clark Jas I. M Carney I'utk Clark Jaa Chapin Lyman Carter B Chase, Lilly it Co Cury Clark W Carull tVm Clark Joseph G Clark Ebeneier ('ashman Tho? Cnrtin Matthew Clark Susheir F Carey M M Clark J I' Chapin Lotto I* Card Geo W Crary IVter Caspar* Mr Carter W F it Co Carter John Clark Augustus Clark l'atk Carr Anthony Cartan John M Clap Thus Clark N 11 Clark Thus Cliase Joseph Carpenter If B C Cassidy Richard Clark lieo Carroll I'at Carter Hon Carpenter Robt Castroni Sulvatore Clark J M Cnanane Win Carte Win T Clark N 11 Carlisle Thus Cartv Barthol'w Clark Oeo \V Chaptnau Clias Caulk Alonzo IV Craufurd Roht W Cavanauah I'ct C Claxton Alex Catbin Jas M Clayton Jas M Canvanaugh Pet C Cranoli John Clementi Frnvissa Cloary Joseph Creed Thus Clements lien 11 Clements 11 II Crondy I'eter Cehlcrt L Creyier Michael Castles John Chester Wm II Clements A fi Clements A X Clements Jas Chedell Mr Creaeh J 0 Cherrl Mr Crei Autoin CUitt ('has Christopher Jos'h Christopher Geo Child E V Colvin Thus Collins Myles C Connolly John Conrad ( has Crowin Cornelius Case Connor Conuell Hugh Connorteri Thus Cole Matthew Connar Timothy Colby S 11 Colins Dennis Coatee Andrew Cholwina Francis Culton Francis Cole Charles II Cockrano T Colo Phineits Collins Jason Conger A Cokor James ('only l'at Crocker & Pratt Coflin Isaan X Connor James Conner Mr Cohen lieu kt Co Craft Obediah Coflin Kufns Cobb K II Colnlr Samuel Connry lsuno Conkwright Jas Coaekley l'atk Colt Samuel G Coiiklin Daniel C Colby Cubel K Craft Obediah Colrelle John CobbJosiusM Cobb II L Colfare Kimball P Conuggs Cornel's Coghan John Col bath James Cross M kt Co Cross M ki Co Cross kt Iloyt Cross M (It Co Cross J Cooper kt Smith Coinings Mr Crossonor Edw D Cornett Chus Crosson John T Corr l'utk Cook Edw AMD Cookley John 0 Cogershall Geo Comyn Florence Crosson John T Corkeny Jorein h Cuwhnm W II Cottell Mr Cowley John ('row Mr Canpertliwart Thos Crow John Cretty;M kt Co Conmont Edw Cowles F A Cottrell S K Cox ('apt Cox John Courtois lleetor Crowell Seth CovilleJas Cully W in C'unes Jacob Church Hon Cumimtin* Rev J Culbort S Cruok A Curtis Alfred Criiger Eugene Crueksliunk J T Chubb J M Curtis Wm N ('umiinghuin J S Cruit Khenezur Currier Ebon M Calliin John Cunningham John D Dally John 8 Daily Denis Daily Andw F Dalilmiin J> Drakely kt Fenton Drake Hurt C Dall Jas Duvies F A Davis Irs li Dnrwent Wm Davis Ira U llansiok Chus J Davidson ('has E Daviss Messrs Duris A M Jr Duuiilee I'etrio Day Andw II Day John G Day James Dashu E F Dougherty kt DickDaniel J J Davies Hen.) erson Davis Galen W Draper kt Tift Davidson L Davis Dr E Davis F W Day Geo W Ihunrle.i. T llAni.ln W A llilviMiin John Davison Helen TV Delany John Degrnw Ju Deitch Thuold Dolanoy Lawrence Deedler L Dean Joint 11 Do llonigis T De Castro D J Doan E T Dookur Kicltd Do Kstiwanvillo RoDolnno 11 Cnpt Dean A hert Dclhildn F A Debnrt E 8 Dslurnn Win A Decker Cnpt Wm Delnhunty Pol Desmond Joint Drenunn Alex Devinnsy Micltl Denning Tlio? Dennis Mr Derilon Mr Denocku Mr Dcnniss Tlioi Dent John H 3 Derutody Jus Pcwnolfe I, Devereux t< T Dewoolfo I,inns Dewey Dr J V Donvillo Augusts DewittDrJ Y Dihhle Jueoh D Dickinson I* Dikeman W A Didric tiro Drimintr Alex Dovlin I'atk Dimmore C Drlnkinson J D Driet I'mil Drinow 1'at Driseoll Michl Dodge Henry Doits It K Ilocritig Rev C II Donne Snmuol Doud Fr.tneie Donty Wm Duttd J as Doughty Jus Doyle Jonnnsh Donald Wm Dominie (ioo Doughty Kdw D' vwirn JolUI Dooly Jan Dunuly'llnlrioh Doud John Doolev l'etk Dorr Miehl Doty Mr F. 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Dudley l'ol J O Duffey Chaa Dugne Martin Duff llugh Drydeu Edw Dusbrow U K Eaton Snnil Edmonds Win EaatonJob Elliott Wm Edmonds Morris D Early IVc r Kaston (lilos A Ednards Wygnnt Ellis 8nml Enstmun Tiin A Elliott Wm Edwards Asset East Jas T Elliott Col J D Earle John Ellis Lewis D?2 Easton ( has Elsworth Win Ely Wm F Edwards I'rnf J P Kd.mll 11 V Esher (Jeo Emerson Wm U Eloej K V M Evans llenry Eunis Edward Engle II II Evans J C Emery John A Emc-msn J U Everett A E V Farrel Jan Flanagan Wm Flnnignn M?2 Farmer E Francis Win If Farrclly Hugh Fray Mr (Vande- Foirflcld Walter Farwelf John II water at) Fraser HenJ V Frasncr David Farin ('has D Farmor Stephen B Ferrer Joseph Freemyor Alex Froonon Peter Felimnnn II Frederiek Win Freedmnn Solomon Frocth.r Reuhen Fetter Jaa Frclinghuyscn T Foster Michl Fenn IICX Ferris ti Co F Fnrrill Colinnn Fleming Khns F Fleming I' II Fervnson Jas Fielding John Field A ugustus Fisher Jas Flinn John Fish Win Fillion Mens?2 Finlayson J B Fitsgersld Klisha Fisher Solomon Finigan J nines Flinn John Flinn Wm Fish Rowland R Flint J M Fisher A Fish Setli Fisher I. Fisher John Fisher Hon Geo Fine Hon John Fish F G Fitiiynn Wm Foley Kichd Falchi Arch Follet R II Folsotn Cnpt N R Forbes R B Fowler Dr H W Fox Geo II Foster Wm Ford Geo W Forshay David Flinn Pat Foster Theo?2 Fousse Fredk Foidon John Fordhatn ('has Fowl# H'm Ford Dr Mcth P Ford Clinton Foster Mr (station-Fountain KJ Foster I. R or) Forester R Fuller I.eri J Fnllin John Fulton S V Flynn Owen Fullnter Geo C Flyne Philip Flynn Hugh J Fonk G C Flynn Miehl Fulton Joseph B Fnrker Patk Furmdd Danl a Gahel Henry Grnw Jolin Gladd David Gahoriean Mens Garity John Cans Geo Graham Win (Wllard Mr Grand Val It Co Gallaher Thoa (Jmretson I) O K l< Graham JnS fliirdner Jos h Goy? II V Gallas Jos Galaley S Gaye Win P Gardner This C Garland John R Gardner l< P Galliyan Wm Graham Wm Greey Edw Gaylord II O Graves Rev A Gray Wm C Gay Horace Gray Coleman Gates Elias Green Enoch Greene John Gready Pat Geerfnmnal D Geiro Mons P Gleason I)r S Green 11 I> Goannie Fred A Gerayhtv Wm Geraylity Francis George Thoa Grasel John U Giryins John Gtlroy Wm Giliett V K Giliroore A R Gidney Itaal Gillovor Tliady Gillooley John Gritllth C Griffith John Gilliert Goo Gibbons Dwiyht Gibson Kd II Gibbons Francis Gibson ChaaD Gillespie John Griswold John A Glinn Jas Griswold J T Grindell I II Goexohinns I D Godwin David C Godnrd Calvin OafTnev ( has Gould \ 11 Goomis Aaron Goldstein Morris Gorman T I Goodridye J T Gould Wm Gonslano E Goodwin (' K-2 Goold Chas Goulduiy Wm | Gould Jos T Onw l.owndes R (lloot Silas F Goodrich l.ucien (loodhne Isaao S Cuinmelon John Ginlcyjohn M Gulden Jas Glynn 1) A I Guthrie T D Guild Chas Genslor Saml II j Hammill Thoa Itanna Robt O Hail Thoo T ' llanshey Edw llancork It T II Hall Martin llacherts A llanaynn Thoa llanan Denia Hummer & Turbos llagan EUW i!ai'^Vn " Hall M'm H Hanlun Jas Hale Harlil A Hal'vr I lias Ilaillock Tnpt E llalsey M'm II llall Kli M Ilannum M ui Uallinsn W., 9 Hurt Mm Harper .Us Harden I'atk Hurting F. C HmtMoul Hartt JitiJ, llart Il- nry II .it .las J 'stner ( has A Hart I) II irria M Ilarkln Edwr Hartley Ja? Heraing I'spt J Hurley Si V<< Wets Hr\rpfr Thoa IlarriRJin Mi-rrii Hartiaorp .1 II Harris J II arm any M It llarty I at ilarnisn M'm J Haskell It..swell Haskell Cap! O Harrigan John Ilarney IVm H irris tVm Hart Oeo W llsekell Tbo* II ulett I. T Hawkins J..I.n T I lay ties Thus Harris II nhert Ilaynes & Co W II llnvilaml, Hassels llavelaud J U liny John St C'o Jlarwuud Geo flo'wkes M W Ilaywurtli Wade Haywood k Snider Hawkins II llntliarn Alunsu J Hayes Julm Hayes Thoi Ileaiae F.iiw llealy Totcf Hraly Thus Iloaley .1 M Henley Aaron lleilgi't C Heath Elilridga llenly Jeremiah Iledtlimons IV lledgoiiiaii Ji.iin llealey Hr 9 9 Ilering Christian Ilerlom John llealy IVm Henry Cl.as Herbert Thus 9 Henry I'olrr Henry Jns llorard John Ilendrlek Isaaa llidsey Jehn llerringtnn T J llerriek it Menddsr Menifee Thus llegcrrton H M ll.yn.inann Mr lleniinjs Oeo lletllolil Jol? II Hill A.I.lis..n Ilifle Mm HIHan Oeo iiiggin* John lliitgins 1'anl 11 lllrar.l llenry IliTlinan l?a*o Hilbard I'at J Hihber.Freese&Soa llildreth V MT Iligley Tims B?2 lliokman Maml Hill M m II Hill John IIil,hard J II Iter Hill Alfred A liiekman Joshua Hihben T N Biggins John llin'ins ( apt 8 Mill O II?4 llirsrh Hr.S Ilitrhrerk r B Ilinman M m A II...In. it l?r IV II lllngley Bi nj B Ilinns Cant M'--J Hobl.s Sami l|i,luster 1> * Ilolywi.od John llohart A flriggs 11 old y, llnstee St Co II nag Midnoy MT Hodgson John II opatio .Micl.uoi II.,gal J as Hodges J C II,.llistt r N S Holt Washington Holmes Itiehd J III,fin an Oeo W llodgkins Mi.Asor llognn Tats Holmes It l> lloran Morgan llopkln II u .rnn Kiraa Jlotmc Anthony Uonan Bart Hopper J C Ilnnter Nieholae Iftfkiu Dtai llopkina G Jr Hunter Niuholnn Ilnme Tlioi l'i I'kin- M m A linrtun l.uthrr Horton Be \J Howard John Howell Ril D llewe Mirhl llujrt Uw) W Howard W in 3 lluwnrd John llowoi Win Howe Win I* HoweJna L lluwnrd Jne lluwlnnd Kd R liawell K Howell John R Howe Win Hewall It It Ilowland Hiram lluwnrd Henry Uuwull Capt W lluntJolm Hoyt ('apt S liu(hoe Kranoli Ilynee Miohl HyneaJuha Hutohlna Tlioe llunlieu Jubu?2 IIyalop Dr G I.?9 HurdKltnrl* llirat Henry Hurlbutt Julia Hull J W Hull J A IluD|(inatieu Iludaon Cea Hojft Jnaiea HunteJohn Hurd Klein Hyatt Jaa Hutlion Alunio Ifuehoa Julia llu^Kard Jni lluntJohn.penaionerllyde laane llauter Jna D liyroo llaruabna II Humphrey Iter Y II unlir? Jubu Ueeiuaeun Chaa A Hubble It Co Vf il I Irwin John Irwin George Ingleby Joaeph 1 rr in ir W in I Tea Alfred I ugrain J uhn Ieaacl.ouia IrrinJubn luce William Intuitu Rr (19 istb) J Jnckaon David Jnckaen T Jonea Win llryaut Jacut K M JnirdJohn Jauoba John A Jnekeraon Jamea Jmoba Joseph Vf Jauoba Aaron JuuldaJasW Jauioe W 0 Jafwiah Abraham Jeiiuinea It I'ieraon Jeffery John Jonks Kohort W Jiftera Jamea Jerome T A JeukinaWm Johnaun Jr Alei Johnson Albert D Jerome A 3 Johnaun Henry W Juhnaon J T Johnaou John Juhneun Jatue'a N Johnaon Chaa A Johnaou William Junea John Johnaou Noadiah Juhnaon Nuthau Junea Duuiel D Joues Sainuel C Junea Jr Ou un Jeuva Iter Then- Jonoa It Co John Jonea Darid II pliitua Jonoa tleo II Jonea Cant Win Judd Mr JoalyuiA M JoJruou Thumni June* David C K Knolilaueh Chne Kaiaer Conat Knann Chriatian Kauts Frederick Knapp Win S Kane "John A Kniipp Isaac J Kearney ThuniM or Keaugliran Tboa Kelly Thuinaa Patrick Kolly Usnrze Kelly U'm Kelly Peter Kelsey Jolin VT Kelly James Keating ltodmond Kelly Nat Keller J I. Kelly Mm Kelly Patrick Kelly llr Win Kenaett Jehu F Kettle Louis X Kennedy John Key* George Kevan Alex Kennistuu Jacob Keneelt J F Key J It Kenn Leopold Kemlile Albert Rod- Kenny Thos Kerrh Mieliaet ney Kennedy James Kent Win F Keseell Itudolph Kent lieu l? KiaserJubn Kiernnn JnuepU Kelby Horatio N Kilbiirn Jauies M Kiernnn James Kuignt l'eroy S Kidder J Kriuteller M Kingstand Thus King l.awreneo Kriatinaii M Kimiuoll Josoplt II K|S| It It Km/ Krvin KmIt Kinney John Kimwarth Joseph Kirwin Kdinond Kiniberly Senllavid Kins Jobn King J II Knbn 11 Kirby C K Krull Adam Koebler Caspar Kneppcl lleinrioh Knhlcr Louis Klosen Oustav lining Anton Kroner Carl Knox Cut rick Krontlial M Knowlea Augustus Kuukrn Georgo KulinerWui krugur Guttrord Is Labrie Edward?2 Lynch Peter (Cedar Lavoia Jean BapLarkin .Martin st) tiste Lansae Mens l.agendorpt Geo X Lawson Daniel Latbroii Calvin Lane Henry Larimer JrWut?t Lauey rheinas Laudabery Coraon Larkina Nuul Lane Charlea Lasell Josiuli Lane Heiij Igiwrencu i'liineas Lawrence Mr Lainereanx JeromoF Laird John Laudeker David Luppam Charles Lntini .Mr luissalle llvaeiutbe Leonard Thos l.am?un,G?odmanfc Lniighlin (Vm Loo W Foster Co Lawyer John J Lcnkanf Herman Lane Horace Laiigduu George Leavenworth Win Leib Christian Leininger Conrad Leggett Joshua Lehncll Stephen l.eaycraft Itiuhard Learn Win K Loc Thos S LearyJohn Lee Alfred l.tindy L S Lee Charles A Leonard Samuel Leftw rich Isaac J?2 Legnn Ik Co 1* XI Lewis Mons Leach L W Lsueh Samuel Lommou It C Leathers James It Lee Thomas tl Levy Aaron LessaJohn LciivGuatav Lipticld W W Lennerst Mr Loinnaey F W Lipenkot Isaao R Lennon llrnry Lester Joseph l.ippman Adolph Lents Culeb Leuglii Paul Liviugatou Kdward l.evyJacoBA Lillis Michael Lodge Ouodfollowi Lipseoinbo Geo B Llbbey F No 2N Unto James Q Lindin J O Lodge Sons of TeinLivingston Win K Little Wears C puranee Lodge St John's No 1 Luckwood Wm Bowery Division No Lodge Nouli's No 1 Loekwood Thos M l.oeke Wm Lowe W U Loekwood Jas L U>dur Si. Morrison Lett G Y Looy 1 saao Loekwood G W Lowell David B Loftus Michael Lowery Jas N Luraine C Loud Win Y I.ovettJohn l.ueye IHto Low John Lorriiucr John Lynch J 11 l.ntauf Nieholas I.owder It T Lueke Krnst I.une Andrew H Lyueh Barnard Lyon Jouathan Lynahy John Lyons Thos Luwler Thomas Luinnev James Lynch Wm B Lane 11 Lynch l'etor (Willot Lyell John Latlirop Josoph st) Lauallc Charles M Underfill Bobort Muckonly Mr (Pearl Mnokie John M Muildnx John 11 st) Maintnit William Mulicr Martin Marloro fieorgo Malone Michael Mnlenkeroits C W Muione Jmm m . ? <1 ti'm 11 Mnuuiie Muthcw MilnerJas Mailer Edmund Magin Michael Maluon Nathaniel Mnloy ( apt Jas Muikiio Victor McCarthy .lolm Main Edward Mulmin Natb'l Maguiro licriiurd Maltland David Mhi-z John Martin Walter Marti John x Mnrrincr Jntncl Martini I. Marshall John Martin Win N Mason Jonas Martin Mom (CenMartiuur. Rafael Masses Major C trc Market pi) Martin I. Y Ma reel us Gil hurt Martin John M Marshall S Mastcrson Harney Marnyon II Marshall Cant Jas Mason R F Marvel Maiiaen Martin Dan'l 1. Muriel J I. Mattia ('lias Mathews Jaeoh M Mathowson & Allen .Meyer Julius Maylow Mr (lluctorMearu Miehaul Meruer Robert st) Motford S .Muiuert Christ Mead Malton 1) Merrill C C Mens W C Meyer &. lluiard Mcldruui James Mead Nathaniel E Met agar Valentine Million Samuel Miehol llenrr Miller (leorgo Miller John E Miehule William Mitehell MasterF C Mihlfelder Mr(Suf-Miller (ieo Miller St llonnell folk st) Miner J <1 Miller Joseph Middleton A Mitchell Trailers Miller J W Millard it llellow Mills J 1' Michelle Michel Fierre Miner 11 ( Miles John Molouy I'att?2 Minor llarvey Morgan James Moore Michsel Marso J W Morenn Martin Morse ('apt Jas T Mores Ahron Morgan Geo Moore Win II Morrison Miehae 1 Morri ll Daniel Moore II T Mortimer Simon More Ylielait T Moore Henry 0 Morris Israel Morris Robert 1* Morris Jacob Moure Wni II Morse T It Murisett Tonsaiut Morrison A f. Morony Martin Morgan William Mortos Josiali S Mooney Alex II Mutt Uehn Monaghan John Montgomery Kobt Morgan Henry E Morris hiolson Morton Dual N Mulligan Michael Moody Euxebues S5 Mnrry Kdwurd Murphy John Murphy John Murphy James Mnstiigli Thos Maclialc Jolin Murray l'etcr Mullow ay Jamos Muluauy Michael Munro John Mnrfey llenry Murphy Jeremiah Murtgh I'att .Mailer Carl Ileln-Munein (leorgo Munsell E rich Mullen Marcus ui > F II Murne Stephen H Mtyer J Ik liro there I .Miiun Silas Mull William L Mac Meolistor Arehy McCommarh James MrKni'ht William McArtlmr Jamea Mct'al.e Jamon MeDtnunzh VTrn Mc< nndlops Adam McCauley John MeD maid John McCiitikcn Alex'r McDomol John McCnho Patt MHan Burner McCarthy John MoChure Chnr'ef MclliiPn.iv \Ip XI *1 'n Unl1!..... U...h..l..s 1 Met nrty John MeAlinond Onirics McAllister Edwin S McCarthy Fred McAllister Edwin Mrltay William MrClintuck John McCarthy Thomas MeKinle.y .(nrj Mil.linn Michael McCoy Andrew Metitiire llujih >l( Nuinnru Miohl McKeinra James McGregor Kiclnird MnKannn MtKlSlic MeMaho i Jaime McKce Joseph McNeill John McGill William McGororn J.nni s MeKncan ( harlei McVey Patrick Me William J:tn cs McMtillin Thomas McNulty Michael McCralh Jam''* MeTing James McMsbon James McKinncy Aml iose .McNnmnrn Tho? MeShano Mr McEilwain Jus (i Mel.or<l John Mr Koy I not I. Mel'arlnnd Isaac McFnrlane William McGregor J nine* Melntrrc Jamee S Me Whortor James McDonald James li NailimLIne Najrcl Charles Nappe Chss Neil John K NrasUidt Jaiufl Nelson II A Ncftns Henry J Nelson II A Neddie Ferdinand Nearetti N NIB Joseph Leopold Nelmin Sucrntes Nnweomli Jno Newtun Oranieh B Nolson John C Newton ( W NeviusJas A Newton Geo Nelson John C Nichols U D Niohols Thos I. NIes Christian Nixon Arehof Nickinson CapttoinNiles John it Co NioboIsCaptaln NaI'Binc II Norton Androw thaniel Noon Dennis N axon James Norcott Dr J D Norris J Noldo John Nolan Joseph North J P Noonan Dnnt KurtonlXohn Norrol E M Nolan Geo II Noyea C'upt Amos Nolan Thomas Niokerson James O O'Noalo Eugene MI) O'Dnnnell John O'llrien Chas Orth Lewis O'Donuell Thos O'Connors Win Oppenhelm Ron) O'llolnran Nicholas O'Unurk liernard Orimr Mr (Division Orrick Jasper Onoil Con street) O'Connell John O'Flaherty Mleh'l O'Briou Robert Olyphant David Oatinan Albert C O'llrien llenry Ortou llonry B Ogden Thos I. Orroll Edward O'Sulliran Juo Ostcrhouso Peter Oaborn Homer n O'Callimn l'ntk Oshorn Sain'l J O'Sullivan Timothy O'Donnell Chas Oaborn St Swaa Orr Lee P Parker Wm Pasin Joel Paderson George Pa*e Francis Psine Jas L Place E li Parker Frederick Parker Goo Pratt Lewis AugusPlace Ephmiin Parker Thoa A tu* Palmer John H Palmer Geo W Paine Geo S Pradt Lewis A Parker I, K I'alc Win Patoherge Mr Piatt (,' N Patorson W / Pratt Joseph Polter Chas Pal ten Wra Pratt h Itriaaa Payne N M Fallen Willis Palsin Capt Nath'l Pa/ton A Hawkins I'oalt Frednrio D Phelps llenry C Phelps Geo W Peek Wm C Preble John Q PNrao Wm Peers Moses Peabody Capt Jno Ponrson John Peek k llvrkor Peck Ilirnin Pearsons lliram Pea ie F. N Pearson II I'eckhain Capt t'hasl'eek Geo M Pearson Mr Pearsons Col II Peters Pre leritld Pendroll ('has Ponny Nathan l'esh?n Jose Peter Joach Perrv David Prevont Is V I'mny Ilonry Peterson (' J lVrkim W m I# Price Moses I'uraon Henry R Peifor Monsieur Prinoe Ihh?o J'liillipe Oodfrey Philip# Andrew Pmnell C Puife J oaeph Price J II Phillip# Snm'l fcWml'riet II II Penney Ecwl# Pritchett (icorge l'irric (J M l'irkin John W Phinney II A E Phillip# II B l'illabury NO Pindar Joseph Philip# A Son# Piper Philip W l'oi#nnt Julea Poinaenvt I'ierr# Power Walter Pope Jamc# Porter Hugh Poinumky Mnrita Poyneytv llyiuan Porter Edward Pool H' F Porter Win Proctor Catsiu* Pound John Poillon Jomcf Pollard Charles Poland (Japt llor'n Pope PI? Pollard I sane Port James .M Power (i P Porter Kufu# ft Pool W F Potter W Porter Frederick S Phiraley A R I'urdy Henry Putnam Judaon A Putnam Uco F Pugehy DC Quick Patrick Quiok Jame# II Quick Smith Qiuord ( W Quinnlllenni# Quiulurd E CI I w Backer Jnme# Rnlyee I'eter Randall TVin Harigan .lame# Knndall Ianae Rafferly William !<: n<iulI RrownACo Kavnen Kilwd A ItalTorty Patrick liatlilioiic Eli Hav son A P Kaulrtt Win II Hndciifl'c Jacob Rnmaey John llaynur T IV li llnhel J I' RndfordCieoJaeVsonKnggarioni Joseph Kehltielil Wm Reynold Edward Randall Isaac II Kerley I'alrick Re*n>'tt F Rennows Tho# J Reynold# Samuel Kccliill F. KeifG Anton Rcycr Mis#t Reeai Win S Redmond Tho# Reeve# Jo# P Kennlck Henry B Reeve N W Rend I. A Kenyan John Reynold# Dean F Kuiphnrt John S Render Henry Reynold# Ja# J? Kollly Ja# Rontln r Mr Regau l#nne Heed l.ueiua B Reynold J N Reea A Wcod Rued S Keiid Charle# Reynold# Edward line Brian - Riloy Rev 11 A IteoveaJoaP Rmtel II Rimi Kogor Itiron Christinn Wcily Edward Ring (' H Ritehey Robert

Riley John Ring Thoma# Rica Ferdinand Ri< hardaon And B Hily John Riley John Ringer Michael T Richard# Jn? Rigga liowen <? Richard# l.ewia Rhieiilmrt John Itieeko Cnrstcn Rikeman i hna II Riley I apt Jo# Riley John Milter t'hna W Rider Rufna W liiler Joa ( art Riley John Richmond l.ydin W Ruglioimer Moae# Hiker Dr I'heni* Richmond Daniel Hieahiem St Iterlyn Kigloe Win II Muhinwin Ale* Riley A S Riddel ( liarlei Reagan John Roche Michael Rodger# Tho# llobertaon Jatnea Robertson.MnnnAOo RolertMr Roelie John Roche Henry Roeh Henry V H -blnaon David F Roche Henry Rolert# Benjamin Rodger# John R"lcTt?"n it W Roo John Roger# Jn# T Roldiin# Win A Robert# Ja# Hobinaon Henry Rhode# Tho. Roger# June# Robert# John Roger# Tlioa RoaehJohn Roger# t'harln# V Roberta Joha Roek John Roliinnon F. A Rodger# Ileo Robertson Wm Robinson Ch#s Roger# Rohlnaln N Ro1lr?on R R Roger# Capt Klipbo-Roe Alvah Roger# Stephen let II lUherteon Anthony Roberta Winalow Roy A Co Itoover# A (J Robinson Jas RonneyJolia Itonecn (leo Horaa Ja# lioniM llenreirh Roe# Philandec Ranaldt Fottlbard Roonny Thui Rome Ju Root (Jot W KutrTtU VrtnHi K?ntn Mtrtollt Konitt ('apt David K>au Win Ryan Riohnrd KonrnthaJI Simon Ruaton W J Ryan Jtmoi Ryan John Kuaaot Caleb Kndet laaao P Knat Win ltuinaay Mr Hyan Jaiaea 1 Kuthrrford Alex X Koaacll ThomM KyanJaaK llynix J?hu K>mi K.lwarU Kuuihln Olit D Hyoraou l'etar U Ru.va?l I, A Ruaaell Sauiual D S Sohmdlba Iloarvioh Sanfor J (k Sol Sampnon J Suanlnm Win Si John Julin Sranlnn Miohnel Soallon (Je? Swan John Statin John Sprayue Jaa T Sauford Jao T Hchradar Moaam Stall I.urn A Slack Thoa Sandara Rami Samoa Si I an Small Kliaba Sainpaya Don Joaa Saalor Anton Sohmalhfrldtt T 0 Sohuranknr Mr Sanolu-r I'cdro A?- Salmon .lm M Sanford Alehiol ncro Sr hlaitonhatifor Saloebur* ItewbawU Sanlord Thomson Shafcr Sl Clark Sawye TTioi Schaokclford K D Strung .lag Sparling llenj Stapleton Kdwd?2 Sawy?r Nnohnry D Spaulding Abel Saunders ('apt I* Shattack Abiol K Suundora Krodk N Sawyer Capfc Still- Skeato P ( Slioa Jag mau Sheiles Patt Stebbiu.* Jag (1 S?*a??*y Lavi Sheddcn (Seo Shoa Holland If Shoehati Danl Sear* Kdwd J Sheliuait Michael Sbehan Thoi Shoal* jr Jag Shoeraet VioholaJ Sollock l>avid M Stcbbini StenhensA Snoar Darid A Slioltoon Mr 7th It Streeterir lluyee Snoill HTm 8th avenue* Soeley VI arron SkeakaQ Mortr Steele Jag Sioarug l>r ('has II Sneckor ('apt Yf Sweotmitn Ja? D SweoUorJog Scheldt O Ad Slwp*?r Wm II Spear Capt Arthur Spear Augustus A Sellew ('ipt Orriu Sheridan J no Sheldon Jam Slee|H*r Walter M Seymour W II Stewart k Co Jno Sheridcn Mark Sherwood Win?2 Stewart Jo* Stepbasius Mons Stevenson Wm U Stewart Alfred Swott Saml Shcphardsnn Siuiiu Stevous G I* Sevuiottr Brothers Hosen II Stevens Thos S it Co Stewart Jno D Steven k Son Heed Sherman It Huron Stevenson Thos Shermuu Chun Stewart Warren M Seymour ('hag Snonocr II Shephard Mat hew Sinclair kllagloy-2 Si uxors Win L Seymour W 11 Sinclair R Shirght Wtn Shilow Jag Striker Jog Stem ltobt?2 Still well S Springsteen Francis Sitns Bbeneioc Simpson Wra Stinson GideonG?2 Simson llry Spurring K K Smith Sidney Siiuingsnu Jas Swift iMoges II Smith John T Smith Tlios 11 SpringcrCorueliugTl Smith llry Smith Phill Smith N II Smith Peter Sinithleo Aiuoi Smith Leon Smith llurtly Smith Michael Smith William Smith James L Smith M II?2 Smith JatnoM R Smith Ceo L, ALida Smith Richard D Smith Capt Elliott .steamboat Smith John L Smith Charleg Smith Lafayette Smith Hugh Fleteh8mith IV A Smith r^o rr Smith John Smith George Smith Daniol Smith John Shipuian C C Smitten S W Smith Ilenry Seotield Chag A Slocum Rev Mr Smith Ethon Stockmyer J L SI oeome Lewia Sloane C S Short l'etor Southard Abel Soth Peter Stones Abraham Snow k Co Oliver Schotts Wm Swono Edward Shorted John Strong A II, MD Seott George E Somer* Jamo* Stouteiiburgh, Day Snow k Anderson Scott John J k Co Sullivan Motto Sutton k linker Seott ('apt Francis Shutc James D Summer Chas? Sullivan Jainra Snnth Shuscy Shuck Fredk A Stuards Jameri Sullivnu Michael Shuuiway 11 Saissoslod Patrick Sutherland Alex Sullivan T J k 8 Shute Reuben Sutherland Sain Scohert Augustus Scudder 11 J Stubbletield Jus C Stuart Rohurt Stuy vosaut Peter D tiugdon J L Smith F Hyimaa Suit ed Richard T Talbot Jesse?3 Taylor Win R Thair Alexander Taylor Victor C Taylor Reuben L Taylor John Tapimott J n in eg T Taylor Wm O?2 Taylor James Taylor John II Tratheu Capt Jus Tent Mm hat tun, No Tree wilt Robert Terry Igaac H 31 Trenor Alexander Thetford Robert Tests n Peter Twedy Chag J Toniple G F Teller IVoolsav Teof Bonj TeuueyJr, Levi Titus J nine* II Tinslev J J Tigon IV 11 Tillman William Triay Raphael R Troy Thomas Townsend John K Teunley fed ward Tarry Capt J as Thompson Saiuuel Thomas k Co, W ThompHon Geo Toner James Toiuag Jog Comas TIioiiium Saml R Tompkins k LivinjTownsend Cr'a?3 Thompson Albert?3 gton Thomas W W TompsonThos Thompson Jamoa Thompson C Tobin Peter C Thomas Win 3 Toddllibbard Tkomsou ltobort C Town William Thompson ? C Thompson John Todd William Throh W Thonyson Riohd W Thompson II C Thompson R C Thomas (.'has Thomas ('has K To* nsend Capt GW Tumble Adore Thompson k Ce Toole John L Turner Robert Messrs. Turner Jaiues Thuls Houry Tuokor W O Triekett Samuel Turton J True Lorenzo IV Turner Daniel II Turnur Wm 'i'urok Kiolinrd Thompson Ebeiur Trumbull Win Ufford Dixon II Vied Jubcz Urquhnrt A Utter Gilbert V Vollmor Reinhard Vundonbraak J C Vertn J 0 Vullette Stephen Voisuu Mnnsiuur Volger St Welding* VnndnnburgnO D Vnughnn Dan'l Va#e William Vuniiim Gee K Vhhiiiiu Gruveur Vaughn Charles Vogelley I< Valentine 11 Viuuia F Ilurthol'y Vuruuui Capt C Vertnule Cur'a 8 Vosburgh John ii Vnn Van Ruron Thus Vnn Zandt I'eter P Van VolkenhurgtteVanuulin J C Vun Antwerp It burn Vnn liouton J R Vnn Canuheo M Vun Veliten Teu'a Van Meter Calvin Vnn llorn David Van Winkle S Vnn Kenaaelar K II Van Vughten W Iv Van Vueriek Sylr Vun M'url M m Vauaiuuo D A Van Gelder A A?2 Van Kensuelar W I* Walsh Ja? Waltheiiuen Jacob Walters Geo Wnl ton J I) W ii leu tt Wm Walter* Win Wulsb Jim?3 Walworth Chancel-Woker Joaiah Wuinwright I.orinS lor Wnv II Wallace J Wallace Chaa A Wallace C J?C Weill* h Co David W'Ainwright ChuaO Walter W O Wnddingtou Kubt Waldron J K Wall Hi Co 0 Walker FrederickA Wallen Chns Wadlelgh Tlios Warren Jan 11 WaystafT Daniel Wulali Ourlmrla Mime John Watson John Waldun Smith Wutkinn lioht Way Wm Wall Capt Arteeaa* W a Urn Ned Wntuoii Job Wn tor* John Wiirrv llarney Watt* Alcxam 11* Watson J it me* Watson K?| Way A Wurd Francis Ward Edward B Warner Jam?# Wnrley Wm Ward Samuel Worioy Watmia Kobt Walilron lleury Watt* Win II Watorhouac John WebborCW Webber 11 Watt# ("apt Alfred Weaver Abraham Well* David Wbualeii Michael W ell* llelmii* M Well* Win H Wheeler St llart-d Weibel J ii i A W'elili Geo II Weod John Wheeler ('apt Wm Wuare Win K Wheelnok Edwd B Weaver Abraham Well# II nil E C Wheeler 11 West George Wetmore A C WhelolrTho# Went Isuuo Wend Orlando Webb Edward We#t J It Went David Wheton Samuel Williama Thos O William* Fred W Wc#tervelt John Wille llaniiibal Williams Dr I'hns William# I'attk Wright Albert II William* T K II William# W William Jainea Wright Stephen Williama Bur RodWilson Juhn L?2 Welling Kluha D erick Williams Tho# Wilaon Charle# T Wilson Jama# \t likens W Wilson Jiimou II Williamson John Willie Joseph W right Silaa W Wright (.'apt T T Williama Robert Wright I G Williama I II W illelt Samuel Wire Tlioe J William# Win Wilkin* Rev S Williama lanae William# J T Williams Win Wilkinson Wm Williams I ('oat# White Tlioe J Withey Stephen Wilson Wm W bite Thos II White John E V> hitney ,\l l< White F A White Wm Whitnker Mathevr M itlironr John William#Chna I# Wintorlos J 0 Wing Nathaniel Whitson Jueob W'iiiteall tt Brother W hite ITin W'hiteman I'cto Whitnker Deuiier Woods Win II Whiting thlwd A White Capt Jo* Q W ihu| nami li *? oou James ?? ?>i r rewr-j Wood Joseph WoodJaoob Wood Win Wood* Mathew Woby Alfred Wood J Wood IhtxUr Wood A J Wooduian?/ human Worth .1 V Woodbury F. K?2 S Wylds Samuel Washburn Cluia Wool nay Jolin \\ liulvr Joseph R aiuck Win II Woolley John V" Woods Thus W Y Young Christopher Young .hums Young Alexander Yourson David Yeuug Cnj>t Jae Yale Ira Ziglar Evuect ROBERT H. MO It ll W. P. Ah 800,000 EH >TTLES, IffART.Y OF Dll. DEWITT ('. KKLLINOKR'S LINIMENT. Have been Hold without A Ml KMl'K. IT IS WARRANTED IN ALL TASKS TO ERADICATE pnir.s of every nature, and heal all manner of eores and bruises. it is put up in largo bottles, i> mild, fragrant and agreeable. The very small quantity required to be taken, renders it ten times cheaper than any other article in the market. As a plain and con rim ing proof of the above, it has caused THOUSANDS of the 1 est and most skilful n.en in the country to lay down all other remedies used by them from .'id to 40 years, and use this great remedy on all required occasions, as the best and cheapest to he found?among whom we are proud of the honor of referring to Hon. M. II. Clrinnell, Hon. It. V. Carman, lion. Robert II. Morris, Mr. William L. Morris. Gov. Morris, Mr. Jitines Itatfigutc. In continuation, we have our Irving*, Costars, Livingstons, llamiltons, Jnncways, Depeea. Rays, Ludlows. Hradhursts, Lorillards, Sehormorhorus, Hte. kc. In short, nine-tentlis of the elite of New York and many other tiiivpi i'li'in.' um c iv l 111 iti'iiuci "i iiiii ii'fn. j \ 111 * 11 lite world's brightest, iu??st experienced horsemen, we have Hiram Woodruff', Williuin Wheelan, Boorge Rpirer to Brothers, A. Conklin, I). Bryant, James Bevims, due ?l> Sornerend vkc, W. L. Rcid, Snnil. Suguo, Win. D. Sparks. Win. t 'uwan. N. if.?If any further proof wnre necessary, we will add that it is used hy every principal stage line, the Harlem read, and many other large companies. the Bull's Ifoad, and hy nil the principal livery and exchange stable throughout the city and country gen ?nil I y. To l?c had always genuine ?f S. INfJKKSOU. to BROTHER, Wholesale Druggists, 231 I "earl street, or of the proprietor, who can he seen at 1110 central depot. Tattcrsalls, 44t> Broadway, at all hours in the day. It cau also ho had at /. M. Quimhy's fancy store, 3)31J Broadway; at the Harlem Kail road offices; of .Messrs. Ilarmer, Hays to Co.,'273 I'carl street, and most of the wholesale snddlcrs and druggists, together with many wholsale and retail grocers, throughout the city and country generally?at 31 cents; Si per do/.ea; $42 per gross: 5 gross at s?.Kl per gross, ('ash ngcucit.? can he ha 1 in all parts of the world, hy advancing one-third cash. Letters must l?e (arid. iiih27 l'it ALL WHO J)ESIIJE HEALTH, HEAD! MORRISON'S EXTRA! P 01 8AR8APAR1LLA. '* Medicine, at times, if as necessary to health, particularly where the Mood is disordered, as food is required to support the animal functions."?Arik iktht. MORRISON'S SAKS A BARILLA.?'This in no new article, nor is it presented to the puhlicwith a noisy announcement or flourish of trumpets. In his oourse of business in the Drug and Medicine line, now extending over a period of forty years in New York, he has prepared this EXTRACT OF SAKJAK1LLA, fri >iii a formula much used and admired hy our C >1.1 > STAMMIil) l'llVSK'IANS. By thorn it i, highly recommended to the public, in nil complaints and corruptive diseases of the Blond, Dyspepsia, Want of Appetite, Affection of tin l.iver, Mental Doprcmlon, Scrofula, Over I no of Mercury, I leers and t inuvr., Ccncral Disarrangement of the Syitem, Consumption, Weakness of the liodv. I'ains in the Kidneys, I'ltlpitntion of t>ie ilcnrt, Sourness Of the Stoiuat h, and Chronic l>l?'??'i, and *11 Complaint,. TO FKMAI.KS ft cannot ho held in ten high estimation. A trial of an article Is letter than any nnuncnt, and thi, is all that is required in the ttaeof MOHKlVoVS KXTIt.U'T OF SAKSAI'A It 11.I.A, to prove to tho public that tliisis a genuine spccilin, for what he eniimeratoa, made from pure llraiil Snriapnrilla, at n prii p where economy is combined e-|ii?iiy with health. The bottle* lire of tho largest sire, sold lit mil) SEVKNTV FIVE CENTS EACH, nit KH It DOI.I.AIIS I'Elt HALF DOZEN. Remember the well knov.n old establishment, whore it is prepared and tulil. JOHN C. MilKRiiiii.N, Apothecary iintl Drmr^iot. No. HS (Ireonwioh st, kit-Ill* Nortl^River Side, New Fork. $600 RF.W Mil) ? ROM' 8PE( IFIC MIXTURE. IT OK THE Cl'IIK OE OONORRIMEA, (II.EKTS, STKIOturcs mid minimum complaints of the orpins of genuratlon. Of nil remedies yet discovered for the above complaints. this is the most certain. It mnkes n speedy and permanent enre. without tlie least restriction to diet, drink, exposure, or changu, in application to business. lVe (jive no Ion* Iiuoekleh reeommendntions to deceive the public. If till- inedii-iiie does not speak for itself, no one shall sis ak for it. Our ohjort is to notify where it enn he had, and tin- propietor challenges a single casu of recent (Jonorrlmcn to bo brought in nhieb tbe mixture will uot elfert a rapid uiirc, under a forfeiture of S-'dd). Tliis ii a disuase tlint iinfortunnti-ly pervades ait classes of society?high, low, rich and poor, matrimonial and single-. They ere here presented with a remedy by which I hoy can euro themselves without the least exposure, in tlio shortest time possible. Enrtlu-r, the disease eannot be enntnieted II a dose of tlie Mixture is taken at night on going to bed when exposed. It Is put up iu bottles with full directions accompanying it, at fl a bottle, tine bottle lasts a week, which gouerally enre??many are oured In two days. Sold at tlie drng store, 173 liroadway, Irving lloiise, corner f Chambers street. mh/f-ITt* PROSPECTUS OF THE PHRENOLOGICAL JOURNAL, FOR 1.HI9. EDITED BV O. S k L. N. FOWLER. TO reform and perfect ouraelvea and our race, i* the moat exalted of all worka. To do thia, we niuat understand tho human constitution. Thia, Phrenology. Physiology, Physiognomy, and Vital Magnetism embrace; bonce fully expound all the laws of our being, and conditions of happiness. IllHKNOI.Oli V. Eacli number will contain the analyaia and location of aorno Pbreuologieal faculty, illustrated by an t<tigraTitig, or an article on their combinations, with instructions to learuere. PIIYMIOI.MUY. Health la life, the great instrument of talent, virtue, and happiness, all ot which it augments, To its preservation and I'caloraliou, apcciul attontion will ho given VITAL MAUN LTISM, ?ith practicnl Inatruction, interesting f.iets, aud thoae choice truthr which it unfolda, will he presented iu thia journal. The blessings tlmy onjuy, th? iuUuence thoy can wield, and thuir preparation for conducting our inatitulious, will form tho thctuo of a series of articles. SELF-1M I'ROVKMKNT. Who does not lung earnestly, and would not strive assiduously, to cultivate din nalnral power#, and render himself bettcr and tnoro l oppy 1 To euch, recti number will be a prompter and a text book. TIIK JOURNAL Will bo published monthly, containing thirty-two large octavo pages good type and paper, with a variety of engrav ings. end much practical instruction# to learners, at the following very low l'RICR IN ADVANCE. blmll oott. owb vs:ah $1 i*). Samide numbers ef this Journal will be scut ohatis, when desired. 1'lease address, post pain FOWLERS AND WELLS, niliJT Ci.intow IIai.i., 131 Nassau ht., Nkw Yon*. &k (wwh'ountky merchants and all yptJjA/vr" others ere informed that the subscriber has removed to the spacious store, No. 273 lilt sis wich struct, where be will at all times bo prepared to serve the public with everything in his line, at prices as low, if not lower, than any other establishment in this eity. llis stock embraces every variety of I'arlor, Si.md, Reading and Hand Lamps, Chandeliers. ku? for oil, rnuiphimi, spirit and phosgene gas. Also, assortment of Table and other Cutlery, (llassware do.. Oil, Cuniphine, Spirit tins, Phosgene Clas. Lamp Wicks, Ate. 1'nrehasers are invited to call before making their seductions. uili'JO Lit* <11 AS. FULLER. No. (ireenvvioh, between Warren and Chambers at*. KITCHEN RANGES. Kitchen ranges at twenty dollars and up to forty dollars each, set up fit for use and warranted; parlor, bedroom, and office Orates, of the newest patterns, din ware, plain and jnpanned; Ranges, Orates, Boilers, and Furnaces sat, and all description of tire works put up in the lest manlier; smokey Chimneys cured auil warranted; Masons i lways ready to do any description of mason work. M. J. OILHOOLT, np!7 2t* 7S Nassau street. VARNISHES. BE RN HARD MAYER, DEALER ANDMANUFACturer of Varnlsbos, is now prepared to till orders of his articles in nny quantity, which will be warranted as they are represented. In bis stoek will be found Copal Varnish for Carriages, Graining ami Cabinet Wurk, extra white Copal Varnish for painting walls uud paper work, Idack Japan Varnish for all kinds of iron work; onlnred Varnishes for all kinds of leatlior work : Mastic Varnish for picture painting, apl? It' 11KKNHARD MAYEIUS Office. 30 lleekinan St. REMOVAL. Dlt. TAYLOR'S BALSAM OF LIVERWORT WILL positively cure Coughs, Spitting lilnud, 1'ain in tint Side, Nervous and Siek Headache, Palpitation of the Heart, Weakness, want of Appetite, Itc. lie turn and get tliu genuine, at 31D I'earl street, near l'eek Slip. Removed front .TT5 llowory. np 17 4t ISAAC H. GIBBS, ==^ (ok tiik i.air onn ir.i.i.o??' i.ibkart.) Apothecary and chemist, No.302 dcian.y ?tro?t. ?Au assortment of Family Medicines, botanic and chemical, of the best qnality, always on hand. up 17 It* M. WISE, OPTICIAN, FROM HERMANV, MOST respectfully inform* tho 1'itiienn of New York, ami tho public in general, that ho has located himself in this eity, ?t No. I.'<7 Droadwav, whore may he found a lar/n and complete assortment "f SI'ECTACI.r.S AND KF.Af>l*\(* GLASSES, in Gold, Silver, and Steel Frames. Mr. W, would also remind the ptihlic, to whom he is partially known hy his annual visits to Saratoga Springs, for tho last ten yearn, that l?y his knowledge of the optical science, ho Is enabled to determine theglasae suitable for any eye. Persons with weak eyes can bo tmmdind with glasses which will greatly benefit and not strain the sight. PttHidi.Iuv ?H,tnH..i. U cikllfksl t.i n now wtvlr of IVrminM i vo Ground Giant, of tho finest flint, which, through tholr hitch polish, and true ground, produce the purest vision, aud have neon highly recommended uh tho best, in thoir effect upon tho eye, for preserving and improving tho night in continued writing and reading. short-sighted nersons, and those operated on for Cataract, can also be suited. lie inserts new Glasses, of sunorior quality, in old frames, and solicits the puiroiingc of all in want of his articles. lie warrants all Spectacles purchased of him to suit the night for Ave years, or change the Glusses w ithout extra charge, i mh27!:it? NEW YORK HOSPITAL. A fiii 1.1 ith. 1S49. THIS MAY CERTIFY THAT I I1AVK USEI) MR. Emanuel Lyon's " Magnetic Powder," (without poison) for the destruction of Vermin, and take pleasure in stating that it is in every respect equal to his representation. JOHN L. ROOME, Superintendent. LvO.n'h Depot, 120 liroadway. When the warm una sultry weather invites the insect tribes together; When the shrill and clear soprano, Unlike the sounds in Puritaui, Of Musketries?myriad throng? Gushing out in buzzing song ; When the cook begins to fret, JlccniiPo the cupboard is beset Hy scores of Ants, and when her sighs Arc echoed by a thousand Flies; When the Moths, the wicked " varmints," Steal within your choicest garments; When Red-hug* crawl o'er your pillow, And you roll us docs tho billow; When you see the band approaches, Of a score or two of Koacfies, Then buy a Husk of Powders for 'cm, And they'll adjourn without a quorum. The Magnetic Powders of K. LYON, 42ii Hroadwuy, will ini tantly destroy all kinds of insects?where also maybe chained Pills for the destruction of Hats and Mice. Doth articles have received tlx* approval of tho flrst Physicians in the citv, aud a premium from the American Institute. ap!7 It* PRIVATE LYING-IN AHYLPM.?APPLICATION FOR admission must be made to James Kennedy, M. D., IHij Dunne Park. " It affords me pleasure to recommend the proposed Establishment, as calculated to effect much gooa. I think Dr. Kennedy skilful und well fitted to arrange and manage such uu institution. ap17 2t* " VALE NT IN E MOTT. M. P." PR. ISAAC S. SMITH'S INDIAN PANACEA IJOR PURIFYING T11E 11LOOD, AN I) FOR TIIE CURE of Herofula, Mercurial Diseases, Rheumatism, Cutaneous Erupt ions, Stubborn Ulcers, Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Hronchitis, Salt Rneutn, Consumption, Fever Sores. Female Complaints, Pimples, Piled, Los# of Appetite. Erysipelas, General Debility, fee. one of the best articles over manufactnred, far superior to Sarsaparilla or Canehalagua, together with all the Doctors' Patent Family Medicines. For sale hy the undersigned, manufacturer for 12 years, and solo Agent for New York, a[>17 It Mrs. S. WOODRCFF. 43 West Headway. TO COUNTRY DRUGGISTS. WIIO L O V E T 9 S A V E 31 9 N" E Y . J'KIXCIJ'AL OFFICE 161 rrr.Tox RTRKKT, N : W VORK, 161. RADVVAVS CHIN KSK MEDICATED SOAP. So celebrated for clean.'inn the Skin, removing Pimples, Blotches, Pustules, Totter, bo. H ALM"f OIL SOAP For Shaving-?from to 12 per gross. Pirn's Plaster, Hunt s Liniment, Circassian llalin for curing all diseases of the Sealp, eradicating IbuidrufT, in large bottles. Tooth Brushes, Patent Medicine*. kii\, 10 p r cent leag than can be purchased ut any other place in the L'ni<>n. A lot of Soctorinc Aloes, from 30 to 40 cents per pound, warranted best quality. Remember the number 101 Fulton St., opposite St. Paul's Church. a 17 lt? MEDICAL NOTICE. Strangers and citizens afflicted wnn any form or variety of syphilitic, mercurial, or other disease, or a ho haro been only half cured by quacks, had better carefully peruse the following letter du. Coopkh?Sir: Last July I contracted a certain private disease, and immediately applied to a doctor, who promised to cure mi in a week. I continued with hiiu two months, hut was gradually getting worse; 1 tried one after laothw iH thi ndvtrti lug doctors and each on# promised positively to cure in?. I ?t length disscoTurcd the object of these men was money, and that they were not doctors. J concluded to go into the hospital, where the doctors kept me under a course of uivrouryffor eight weeks; my throat and nose were ulcerated, pains 111 my Joints, ana my body covered with ulcers. I was a complete skeleton; the doctors considered it dangerous to give me any inore medicine, and advised a Southern climate. I left the hospital, and, by advice ? f several friends, pineed m\ -< If under your care on the first of January last. I am now wall, and restored to perfect health. I wish this published. THOMAS HllKF.N, Cm pi liter and joiner, Harlem, New York. Dr. Cooper warrants to cure every ca*e, no 111.titer how long standing, of Gleet, Stricture, and Seminal Weakness; ana mild eases of private maladies cured in 4S hours, without interfering with the patient's habits. Dr. Cooper's Office. 14 Dunne street, two doors from Chatham street. apl7 It* ]\TO Cl'RE NO pay.-?DR. COHBITT, 19 D(J a NK ST., 11 member of the Royal College of Surgeon*, London, may bo can Milted In treatment of delicate diseases. No matter how long you may have had gleet, ulcers upon the body or in the throat or nose, pains in the head and bones of the legs. A practice of fourteen years, devoted to venereal diseases, enable* Dr. C. to cure the worst form of this diseaso. Ko<-ent I ca ves cured in four days. No mercury used. Stricture, eurod in out or two weeks, with scarcely any p?wi. Those individuals who ha>u indulged in a certain loathsome huldt, can positively be restored to health and society. ap!7 It * MEDICAL CARD. nit. MORRISON CONTIXUKS TO i!F. CONSCI.TED cmtlilen,inMy mi |irivut? (lisiiucil, uleet*, .trlotarm, wmereal nlecr., nnd enu>timis: lie mires where other* full. Recent cti,e?i c ureil in n fi-w d,r,. Nervous unit ori'unic Jo. I?ility Ito wp.rrimtH to euro. TJio*o contemplating marriage, himI v ho htiffiT from tht-?'fr?*ots of u ncT"t mihit, can bo reNtorvd to fM-rfrct lier.ltli l?j Or. M. Utttn, prijxiid, attended to,find ipedietne f'orwnrtied with advice. A purled cure guaranteed. Scojii.s Loudon diploma in hi* otlice, 1A>I1J Kulton ttreat. ?pl7 It* MEDICAL OFFICE?IX X'TOK JOHNSON. Iff DI'ANK ST1U.KT. NK Ml I II \TII V.M 8THKKT. SO WEI.I. KNOWN AS TilK MOST SI (M T.SSKUI. practitioner in New York. In the treatment nf venereal diseases. The Doctor's reputation for skill In those old h.ill eurid eases ?lint have existed for year* in pre-eminent. tilect, stricture, ulcers Upon the holly or in the throat or none. pain. In the head and hone, of the loirs effectually cured, t'onstitutlonal vvi akness, brought on by a secret habit indulged in hy young men. earning lascivious dream, and nightly emi?SI< ns, positively prevented. Kcecnt Case, cured In four day., without mercury. No alteration in diet or prevention from business. ?p3 1t* Beware or the sudden chanobs or the weather.?Mr*. Carroll's Medicated Va|x>r. Sulphur and Iodine llnths, .'IM llroudvvity, nro a certniu cure for cold., rheumatism, chill, and fever, inflammation of the respiratory organs, kc. All diseases of the skin cured by the sulphur bntii. No danger of entchiiigeold after these hath*. apl, It* THE EXTENSIVE ALTERATIONT FOUND NEC ESS A RA by the great Inert of business, are now e, inpleted. and the llunterian Dispensary. No. .1 llivi.ion street. New York city, rim now he considered the best arranged in the country. Private rooms have been added sufficient to accommodate all who choose to avail thi m clvcs Of the advice of the experienced physician and Proprietor of the Institution. I?r. Hunter, whose skill in the treatment of all private and mercurial din ase place, him at the head of his profession. The fact of the dispensary Icing in operation lor eighteen years, in this are of humbug and ipiai kery until now. vve save the lives of thousands every year, and so many persona lolrtg radically and effectually cured, comincuds our establishment to the re-peet and confidence oT the publit Remember this nnd AS North Seventh street, Pniladelplils. are the only places where Dr. Hunter's Red Drop rati be had genuine?a medicine the fatno of which is established throughout the land as the only remedy that will really i ore venereal diseases, and save the sufferer's constitution. Price pi. gnxrnntcrd to etire. Strictures cured in as many week as it hs? tec year, .landing. wtUoruH'aiu. al/ir* '*UE PROMINENT I N ST IT TJT ON ov THK DAY. TII/oHK!,T,ATTRACTIV* KHTABLtSnMIIfT IN ifkw the bowery savisos store 126 BOWERY. ' It In at this Institution that the pnldte". whether of this eitc or from a distance, sojourning here, can \.uy their DRY GOODS, WHOLESALE (in KETAII,, to whatever quantities doeired, ?t less prices than at nr..; lar concern m the United States. 5 "ll" THK STOCK IS VKRV LARGE, embracing every variety of Foreign and Domestic flood.; all sorts of Shawls; a great variety of Visitte* and Mantillas; lloeiery and Gloves; and an exteusire quantity of Household Goods. IN ANY AND EVERY CASE wo guarsuteo to sell below down town jebhora' prloee. WK IIAVK OCR DOMESTIC GOODS I'rect from the Factories, and either by the bale, case, piece or yard, per contract with the manufacturers. WE RECEIVE, PER EVERY STEAMER AM) PACKET SHIP, invoice* of Goods shipped to our own ordvr, selected and mad* expressly for this establishment. ONK OK THE PROPRIETORS is in the market here, and at the East, nt all times, steadily watching the market?securing front auction, or front whatever s< urce, every chance for a bargain, which our unlimited resources cnaldu us to take adcantage of. and which, whe* secured to us, wo are willing to divide with our patrons. TO GIVE AN INSTANCE of the extent of our business, it may not he out of plana here to rspeak of ouo urticlo which wo arc ollerinx?the article if PRINTED CALICOES. At one purchase from a house Riving up business hero to return to Europe, we bought the enormous amouut of two million yards, and which cost to import from 11 to 111, cents; and wo aria selling at an awful Sacrifice, being determined to dispose of them, and at the same time to give such a bargain to our customers as it is not possiblu to obtain in any OTIIER HOUSE, wo having the entire importation, aud which wo will sell ah SIXPENCE PER YARD. The ahove is probably the largest stock of prints evor nfforid at retail in the world, und may well surprise the pubtio. us it has during the last week, and will still continue to astonish admiring thousands, who visit this establishment. WE SHOUI.D NOT TEI.L A VEKY LARGE STORY, were we to nssert that the nnmher of ladies who visito . this store during the Inst week, were not far short of twenty-five thousand, bmiilcB gentlemen nn<l uhildrcn. Ouu urtiul: wo donire (# nil particular attention tu, viz:? C R A 1' H SHAWLS. Wc have a xtnrk, probably thu l&rgcxt in N'ew York. have obtained them in very large <|uantitiu* from the CANTON SIIIl'PJNa MERCHANTS, and havo secured by this mean*, all the profit generally mads hy thu (peculating (hark* ami Jobber* who Hionopidian and keep up the prices; hut this year we have forestalled them, nud will tell at such prices as DEFY ALL COMPETITION, briny; lower than thn satim vends would bring at auction; hut it being our determination to KEEP UP THE REPUTATION we have earned at so much labor, anxiety, expense and trouble, mid give to our patrons, uud those who sustain us in our exertions tu win popular favor, nil these great bargains. OUR MANUFACTORY OF Vislttcs, Mantilla*, Jenny Linda, Paranoia, earners and Parasolets, &c., is in full operation, and having i in ported all our patterns, as well a* the material, we can assure whoever may desire any of the above, that it in in our power to soli at loan price than is possible for a lady to purchase the material IT MUST RE REMEMBERED, THAT Ot'it NIOCK CONSISTS OK Fine Cloths and CiissiiuercH. Siittinelc* and Kentucky Jeans. W oollen Flannels, our own importation. ISuminer Flannels, M Kersey Flannels for Skirts, to be found in no other place. HOUSEHOLD HOODS IN OltEAT ABUNDANCE, Especially in the article of Drapery, which wo sell from 6<i per yard lor a decent stripe, to 7"? cents for the elegant laoa embroidery. v 1)1 APHIS. L1NKNS. AND TOWELLING, and probably the moat varied, moat elegant, and most beautiful selection of DRESS GOODS, Especially Bareges, Lawns and (jiiighnins. Ami we would particularly desire to impress ?t on. the mind* of all purchasers of Dry (ioods, whether at yholesaleor retail, that we will do better in any case than the jobber down town, or the commission merchant; and wo give as a reason, that our resources, our untiring exertions, our unbounded succens, and the favorable manifestations we havo received, enable us to out-do all our rivals, tvnd distance all competition. K) COUNTRY MERCHANTS U ? or n.t I <! -irx.t.lv HUi .nil .11,.I l.mk > our stork, and if you go nway without buying, it will ho no fault uf ours, and uo gain of yours. LASTLY, WE ARE BOUND TO MAKE Our establishment known universally, anil hailed with great satisfaction, a* THE BOWERY SAVINGS STORE. V. IV. Oil.LEV, IV. F. OILLEV. T. Mi MAIIO.V, I'roprietors, Manager', and Hirectors. 1*. S.?Although we may tell some tall atoriea, wo will show hy th? following extract from the editorial uolumna of th i Halm ay Koglatcr, one of the leading independent journals *f the day in the State of New Jersey:? " We this day call the attention of our renders to the ini stitution in New York t'ity known as the ltowery Savings Stores and it is l>y no nieann our design unmeaningly to putT (putliing it rojutrea none,) this establishment; hut simply "a story to relate, which, besides eerv iog the purpose of a " legitimate editorial," may, if duly considered and digested, prove a highly useful lesson to those w ho are Just entering upon the business avocations of life. The tirm of Messrs. till.LEV Ik CO., consists of three yeung men, the oldest of whom, we should think, hns not ret reached hit thirtieth year. It is now some few years ago that these enterprising brothers eniiimciieed the Dry Hoods business "on their own hook," in lirand street, New York. Ity the exercise of an untiring diligence and winning civility of address while waiting upon thuir customers, a judgment alike sagacious ami bold in making their purchases, and, above all, the uniformly low rntus at which, trout their iirst start in business, they sold their goods, these young men were not long in acquiring it name; und this acquisition ?thoy so well knew tho value of, that they have been laiTdubly tenacious in retaining it. The result has been that no Dry Hoods establishment in the city is more widely or more favorably kioven than that of Messrs. (ill.LEY tk CO. In making Ihelr lirwt important move about a year ago, from Hr.tnd struct to IJti Howerjr (the premises they at presuiit occupy), we became rather euro os t? ascertain thCPOmtlt of what we deemed a somewhat hazardous experiment, hearing in mind, as we did, the prof?..ndl.V w ise maxim of Franklin, that " three removes are as bad as a tire." Hut there is an infallibility about true genius and enterprise. The experiment was promptly made hy our youthful arm. and in the space of one short year ? looationj i'oinparutively insipid before, has grown into the site of au "institution' which, under the remarkably appropriate designation of the "How ery Mayings Store,"enjoys a reputation as legl'haptc and w ide spread as that of the most venerable of its rivals. Mo Inuell for Strict diligence in business, sound enterprise, and an integrily unimpeachable. T'he_ extent of their business shall he noticed in a future article." np17 It ON .STRICTURE AND ITS CURE. The FOLLOWING few remarks UPON mtricturo. it is believed, will he deeply interesting to many people;? 1st.?That Stricture is a very common mnlady, and frequently exists in those w ho are not the least aw are of it. 2d.? That a very erroneous notion prevails with regard t? Stricture. 3d.?That although a Stricture may long remain so dormant as not to be suspected, it is always tending to other forms of sexual disorder. 4th.?That there are three circumstances in particular, by which a Stricture may always be known. Oth.?That the cure of Stricture, especially in its early stage, is certain, free from pain or ineonveuinee, and generally accomplished in a very little time. 1?W ith regard to tho frequency of Stricture, this will no* surprise, if it is considered that this complaint proceeds from a bndly treated Honorrho'a. If, for instance, a Honorrloca has heen suffered to continue on from month to month, it slide* into a Hlect. Now, thero is no pain or inconvenience in Uleet, and on this account it is often suffered to remain for any length of time. Hut it should lie known that Gleet is generally connected with Chronic Inflammation, which naturniiy terminates in thickening, and this tliickoninv in one part or other of the urinary passage is Mtricture; and, further, w ith regard to its obscurity, this thickening may exist without a Hlect, and in that case there is nothing whatever to call the attention to it, so that the sufferer must remain in perfect darkness as to the real nature of his malady. 8? Another thing that leads the attention off from this disorder, is tho erroneous notion that stricture cannot exist so long as no impediment to tin) How of urine is observed. Hut tliis is quite w rong. A stricture may exist for years without producing any striking change in this respect. Indeed, this effect ii|mn the urine is observed only in advanced and older eases, w hila the visible effect of early stricture is not on the pin t itself, hut on tho mind, causing lowucss of spirits and v ant of resolution, it?ltnt, although a mil I or early stricture is secinin dv in active, am! of no nccoimt, it is far from being really ? . "It is carccly possible for those not acquainted with minute anatomy. to imagine the delicate ami peculiar structure of too pari which in tho lent of thin dl-?n*e, ami ho a little in sudicieiit to derange it. Now, thii morhiil condition of the passage whether connected with stricture, or induced by other no I |? i uicious causes, in ever tend in; to deitroy time delimit ern.nu, laying the fouiidatfon ef itetne of the iuo.it d i i tre.-1 ng maiadie? ol human nature. It is in this way that certain unnatural actiuni, local dehility, an irritable Madder, ami other like diseases proceed from a mil l ami uiku <p. tc I stricture. ?Nothing, therefore, ran he more desirable t'i in to hare lotne plain and ready nieaus of de < cling stricture in it< mild and early stsgu; and, fortunately, there arc three partie ilur circumstances, which, for nuny yeu<. the author oas found to aorve tiiii pnrpoae. 'i'hc.v are tho following. The tirat relntea to-Tmi; Ma\ a >,it or t'RivaTiv i It hat l.een mid already that the stream need not he much diminished or impeded, ami that is true: but observe what happemi after this is finished, and the clothes arc readjusted, an I if it should ho found that a drop or two will afterwardsstenl away, so as to wet a little, this, trilling as it may seem, w ill all'orU a ground of strong suspicion. The next regards 'I lis Iisk a run m? it tioaonnittn a Mar ii.tr r. ? rvi at a an I'nt't iti n.?ft Is not so much how long ago it may hare occurred, as how long tho glecty stage may have continued.? Neither is it possible in every case to state the length of tints n sleet may run without producing stricture, for one is naturally more disposed to stricture than another. As a general rale, however, if a gonorrhoea has heon suffered to continue lor a period of from six to eight weeks, this would strengthen nnv other suspicious circumstance. The third is I iia r.rrccT a stricti'RR n?a vpnn ths: Miwn.?Thla, in tlie early stage, is to depress the spirits nnd to lessen montal energy. It is also one of its most invariable effects. Jtot Hint this in Seen in tlio same degree in every individual, but it in ?o roiumoo that the w riter scarcely sees ik case of stricture in ? hii li llie patient doee not complain that lie ie leu activo. and Iom enpalilo of bnstnoss than formerly. Muoh might ha advanced to show the natural connection of the mind and generative organs, hut for this the reader is referred to "The Private Treatise," while tlio fact itself ia provud by the return of mental energy as the cure proceeds. 5~W ith respect to the euro of stricture?this may now l?e accomplished iu very little time, and w ithout pain or inconvenience. Nothing can exceed the improvement effected by the author in the treatment of this complaint. The cure of Stricture is now accomplished in as m iny days as formerly it demanded months; and many persons consult the writer who* cc miiig to this city on business, for a short time only, return perfectly cured, though it had been a source of trouble and unaiety for years. To those w ho oannut leave their homes, Ids own peculiar means of euro can be furnished, and is safely sent to any distance. It now only remains to add, that Dr. Ralph M consulted upon every diseiue ef tiie geulto-urinary organs. Office hour* U to I'J A. 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