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MONDAY MORNING, NOV. 15, 1841.
XT Every oi c ?.f our Cr.y papers ?hieb attempt* d to
five tli Official Vote of ib.s District on .Saturday morn
in/, (following tu-- Evening Post and Commercial.) gave it
erroneously The Albany papers were iwl into ain.il?r?r
rors. '?'ne Amen ran of Saturday evening ?as right
alone, copying from and enduing Tbo Tribune If the
P.??t had waited t'll it obtained oar returai fairly, if
wodld have been belter for all concerned.
XT Tor ' A Tale of the Little Laie," a capital story,
?no Last Page. _______
03" We believe it is new morally certain that
Hon. H.RRT Cur will feel constrained by the
statt- of bis health, which wa? impaired by hia in?
tense labor? and anxieties at the Extia Session, t?
tender his rWgnation upon the asieinbliag of the
Kentucky Ugtshuntt, wi h a view of spending ihe
wintei in a ratro Sjutneru dime. He will of
cour?*?* bo succeeded by Hon. Juifs. J. Crittkn
??.v. so long and worthily hi? colleague in the So
unte, anil luio Attorney General of ihe United
Stales. Mr. Clay is expected to ?peiid th? wintei
in Cuba or some other of the West India Islands,
tf the fervent aspirations of thousands could secure
hi? recevery, then might we be ?uro that the ser?
vice of ibis peerless Statesman would not soon !-e
lost to liis country.
[CP l'r?'?iJ.-rit Tyler has said u goud thing. Car
rain citizens of New Kent County, Virginia?his
old r ' iighbors arid constituents?invited him to a
Public Dinner, He ?ecliued in a letter which i?
mainly devoted to the reiteration of his hostility to
a National Buuk, but in which \to ?nd the follow?
ing happy expression :
?' The light refected from burning effigies has
only served to rentier the path of duty more
Pretty f.iir, we call that.
liO" Hon. John W. Taylor, for many yuars a
Member of Congre??, of which he was four years
Speaker, and now a Whig Member of the Stato
Senate, wa? on Thursday attacke?? with a palsy,
which paralyzed ?me side, with hi? tongue, and
probably affected hit mind. He wa.? living on
Friday, but with slight hopes of his recovery. 11 i?i
death will be u setious loss to the State.
OU" f.r.'.-i S. Chatpiilp, i'. i? settled, is to be
the next Speaker of ihcAse?rr.b!y. This is nhard
choice : but ' the pnrty ' voted for him when ii
meant nothing', and now rannet drop him if they
would, dons 0. Cni.B is to he Clerk. Ho will
make n good one.
Or? City Corrxkcy.?The City of New-York
ought to have the best Currency of any part, of the
Union, but practically sh? hits the worst. All our
team shed over the evil? experienced by Philadel?
phia, Baltimore and Now-Orleiins from their de?
preciated Currency, tiro wasted. Th>-ir Currency
i? practically better than ours. Not tiiat it i.? in?
trinsically more valuable?that is no criterion. The
Currency of those Cities commands what ii cost?!:
the mnu who sells his duy's work er his bushel of
turnips for a dollar citn get a dollar's worth of
whatever he want? in turn. That is the true mea
sore of its value to him. Here hi? gets a dollar
which will probably buy labor or goods again, but
which will not pay a notn in bank, or his rent, or
many other obligations. Thus with some i?f the
soundest and best Banks in die world, all puyinr
specie fn-ely und issuing their notes in all theii
own dealings, we have yet an iireduemable Cur?
rency for nil the minor traffic, the million hand-to
hand transactions >-f every-day life. The cons??
quences are infinit?! shaving, sctif.ui? loss to the
ninny, balanced by no adequate grtin to the shavers ;
resulting in thu saving up of unsafe paper to avoid
paving thti discount, and the ultimate loss of many
thousand? annually by tiiuse who can least afford
it. How long ?h?i>l ihisIn? endured!
The fiiuli is manifestly not in the Banks, nor i
the luvt?, but in the People. Th? Legislature of
1839 t.ok n gr.-ut stride toward reforming it by
coantmining every Hank in the State to redeem it?
notes either here or in Albany at one-half per cent
The Albany alternativo hud better been left out,
but eve:, with this ihe law is very salutary. The
average ,!;?.,?,>unt on uneurrent notes is therebv
greatly reduced. For the rest, the People alone
?re in fault. The hubii of treating every thing as
money which looks like it has mudo nil the mis?
chief. In Boston,the Banks,unaided, uncheered,
have r-onstrained the local institutions of nearly all
Nrtv-Kngliuiil to redeem regularly in that City.
There was a strenuous, spiteful resistance on the
purt of many Banks at first, but ultimately nil ue
ceded ; und now a noto of any New-England Bunk,
wilh two ?ir ihroo exceptions, being at pur in Bos?
ton, is worth its fnce throughout thai region. Nay,
the note.', of New-England Bunks four to five hun?
dred miles distant, are nearer par in this City than
those of our own Siuie Bunks less than a hunJr.'.i
miles off?sometime?, much nearer. So fur us the
local circulation of New-England is regarded, the
advantage? of a National Bunk are realized through
what is known us ' the Suflelk system.'
Tho abuso at which we have pointed aggravates
itself. The fact that bills not worth their face rre
ttiken as money when they should bo sold as mer?
chandise, is made tho battis of a gainful operation.
The manufacturer, master-builder or contractor,
who receives u check fur a thousand dollars, sell
it t? a broker for uneurrent notes wiik which to
pay off his bills and his workmen. By this ar
rangement he mukos teu dollars, while they lose
twenty, and an? often put to great inconvenience.
The broker is frequently in tho interest of some
gang of speculators, who pay him to push oil" their
insolvent trash. If tho laborar attempts to save if
against rout-day, it fails in hi? hands. If he spends
it directlv, the grocer ami merchant will take il at
par; but they cannot pay their notes or their pur?
chase* with it; tbey must got it shaved, and
charge the discount in the pries of their goods, so
that it comes to the same thing in the end.
Th? ??triple, sufficient remedy for this evil is cm
agreement among the people not to receive as mo?
ney, in out internal dealing?, any thing which ?rill
not comin-ind the coin in this city to its full nomi?
nal value. Those who deal with persons from
abroad?tho merchant, the publisher, tho hotel
keeper, Sec?must take txir\x m0n?y as comes to
them ; but they need not pay it out again, except
to those to whom it is worth its fuco. Let nil our
dealings and domestic, traffic be carried on and
payments mad?, in par money, and ?having will
soon be bronght within narrow limits. Our own
sound, well-managed Banks will enjtty, as they
ought to, a far wider circulation than now; the
best country banks will keep their notes at pat
hcic; and the ub r.iiiiable nuisances which now
throw out a dubious currency to-day and ?have it
over their own counters to-taorrow., will be driven
out of the city, as tboy ?bould be. Too long has
New York been the great feeus of shaving and
?a-xrency swindling-all the while pitying her
! neigcbon?, which suner far less than she. Let us
now look at home, and, having leaovated our own
eircalating medium, we shall be botter prepared
to bestow our surplus sagacity or pity upon the
concern* of our neighbor*.
NEW-YORK STATE ELECTION...Official.
Whir. COU! LAND. Van Euren.
; Senate-Barak Nile*.2??3 Lvarn SbcrsrOO'i.Sl.'?l
..Heury Welles...-iCl Wulisia Bsrtlit. .i?H*<
' AtitmUy..Oren Siiuson_-?Aj3 Aniire? Dickson.U17J
..Jcaso Ivts.?219, Win. P. Lyiide...21(rl
? .Senate-H.A. Livineii?ii.-l?a? Atimbsiu P.oc'tee.tc.3?l
, a'?j?msiy..PbiloCiin?.4354 Peter K. Dabou.4i.4f5
I aeodarusAiu in.'?Vi Jobs M.K.^tch8(B -??3?
..Pittarr.Haves...4243 P.. C. V?u Wyck.4t>?5
Coroner . .Benj. ?. Wilbur..4-.C5 Epe'ps. Taylor..-WSl
Senate_GidfrOB Hard_U-i'3 Lvtoan Rates_28f-l
Assembly..Vita. A. Bird_S-'ii J.ahn D. Harry.. .?.Si?
..H. H. Colcfrovs.'ITTt H. 8. Turner'_ifcTi
.. riquire SI. Cat.?... 3733 T. W. Woolson . ?9N
.l-aLiiios. Small?Josepb Plumb i\i ; Assembly'?fi
i 5e?arr_Roswtll T. L?-e. ..VS.. Wiilisin Rus-er. .3S75
| Jl?ti7iAfy..Jobu Potlttr.34U Joh Wells.3M9
..t?. B. BurclisnJ.. .I.-lu.'. is. II. Hitchcock. >*,'.?
..Walter C)ough..3 r3 Calvin Morse_S-?a
. Coroner ..- Brown.'SVj'i - Cowan.3:5-1
I .A.'ji.i i: j? vule liiuiil! '?'
Senate_Gideon Hard.4966 f-yman Bates_?1143
^itc?n??v'..G?!org8 S. Ht one. ':.'?? L.H. L?u???orthy.-?'?'.?
..H*aryK.His;gias.?a?5S Jo.oph Sililey...3936
..Kr-rJerick Starr, .4894 Henry Msru?.. .37js
Dala?ou ??mith . 26.
Aboi.ir lo.?? i ?'tnofr?Joseph Pluaib ?17; Assemblv ?
?iU to rt07.
Senate_Gideon Hard.16'.'? I.yman Ratas...3954
Assembly.. IVtn C. Tsr.ner.. lnW S. E. Church_-?M
Sheriff_William All??_1719 Horaci? B. Perrv-?O.7
ABOLITION: .Staute?Josapb Plum? 194; Assembly?
251 ; Sheriff?10!.
Senate_?loiwell T. Ia??e.. .315?! William Rugar.?H-lS
Assembly..H. J.Campbell...3301 Festui lIr-l?....^7i-'.^
. .Preutice Brown.. .HI?O I soaard Csrt-I 4T.77
..NoelHarrinifton. ?55 I.eviS Chat field.-?503
Aeoi.itiuM : ??nal??Perlny G. Key? 13.t ; Assemble ?
120 to 145.
.Vra?fr....DavidRui?elI.-?VII EilmM. Varney S- 5
Assembly..Henry <:|i?w.3563 Junn Craia?ir.. .3173
..riarnuel Lnwii.3521 llalsey Kiget. 3731
Smate_Killian .Milltir.1536 Ernstus Cr.raiuj.lf'fT*
Assembly.. William Mi.Canius.lH7 J. C. Burabaro . .1710
.S>nafe....B?rsk Nil?.1937 William D-irllit. .541*7
..Ilcnrv Welles...1166 IaVm?nSh?rwooe?-4!fi
?f?seaifrly..A.B.Dunlap.8?S9 Wm. C. Kelloy.'iu'iii
Co. Clerk Orrin Farnsworth.18,50 Cyrus D. Hanks.3512
Abolitio?? vota from -17 to 53.
Senate_Gidfon Hard.If-47 l.yinan Batos.. .14.M
Assemblv. .J. TV. Brewasoo.. lb.7 Kur? Bishop.... 1571
' ..rioaairr Buhl win. .17U3 Gen. B. Cha?. .. 1563
AliOLITIuai Senate?Joieph Plum). 332 ; Assembly 3iil.
Massachusetts.?The new House of Repre
sentatives ?ill consist of ]S."> Whigs and 101 Lo?
co-Focos : .00 town failed at first tn mnko a choice,
(but sorn?! have chosea since); IG .oted not to
?end. The Boston Atlnsof Saturday sums up the
vuto for Governor an followsf
t'nuniias. Davis. Morion, ?teat. Everett.Morton.
Suffolk.C1R2 4132 203?. .5036 3873
Norfolk.?117.1i ?1128 187...3671 MAX
Middlesex_7825 8670 615.. .6459 8243
Worcester_D-lfi? 0780 .ri7.r).. .321 1 7fi47
Hampshire_.t2M 1799 214... 27110 2?42
Bristol.3393 4298 201...3235 43-17
Plvmomh.4072 3919 243...3900 39(18
Franklin.2737 22GI 1,'?7... 2279 2297
llampden.2f.I7 3257 229...2(120 3330
Essex.7077 GI92 ?105...0797 5980
Dukes.233 257 ... 200 291
Berkshire.2909 3258 127. ...3142 31?!.,
Barnstable_1042 1203 74...1G84 12cc
Ntintucket_409 355 ?,... 520 20S
Total.55,55050.9(Jrf o,VT? 50.63350,913
Davis over Morton. .4,882 ; over all.. 1,554.
Two town* only (in Berkshire) remain to be
Ohio.?The Cincinnati Gazette has compiled
the votes cast in 54 Counties of that State at the
recent Election. The aggregate? are?Whig 74,
?172; Loco 65,961: Whig majority 8,511. We
believe the remaining Counties would reduco this
very nearly to a tie.
Michigan'.?The Whigs have elected ttvo Mem?
bers of ihe Legislature after all: one in Genesen,
(Joremiah L. Smith,) and uno iu Saginuw Cuun
ty (Norman Little.)
Nbw-Jeusev.?Isaac. Southard has been re
lectedTreasurer, and Jacob B. Guddis Keeper of
the Slate Prison by the Legislature.
KJ* The Members of tho Cabinet, with the
President, are now reassembled ul Washington.?
Tho ' fiscal ' plan will be presented in due season.
ET Judge Gardner of Rochester and G,-n.
Georok P. Barker of Buffalo are named tor At?
torney General?both of the old Regency breed.
Wonder if a genuine Loco Foco will get any thing ?
O" Hon. Richard II. Wft.DK and Absalom
II. Ciiapi'ei.l, Esq. were proposed as Whig can?
didates for Congress in Georgia, to till the placa?
of Messrs. Dawaon and Nisbet, resigned!.
f2J? W? pablished on our Urse page a? able,
though necessarily long-deferred article on ih?r
State Prison question. We should have published
it sooner, couM we have done- so consistent]*1 with
other pressing demands on our columns : but a? tv?
can never find room foi a column and a half of our
own lucubrations oa one subject, if cannot be won
dercd that no with difficulty do so for those of
We shall not answer s? much of our corT?',spojid
ent's article as we dissent from, lest we prolong a
controversy which is becoming unprofitable. So
long as a writer urges that something should or
should not be done, giving reasons therefor, he is
likely to do good ; but when he contends that the
demand for some specific change may be correct in
itself, but not for the reasons alleged, we think hi?
logic, however ing?nions, tends to little profit.
If the advocate* of State 1'ris-in reform have some?
time? taken indefensible grounds, it rusitisrs no?
thing so long as they have good grounds-, which
our correspondent does not deny. At any rate.
?ince tee have never taken the grounds ha objects
to, our friend's batteries should be directed against
those whom he opposes. Wo insist that the griev?
ances of the Mechanics are real, and ought to be
redressed ; with those who admit so much we shall
not quarrel about the precise reasons or means.
\ry The President has been grossly hoajceJ by
somebody, who induced him to bolieve that the net?
Judge. T. H.McCaleb, efthe ?. S. District Court
..f Louisiana, was dead, and lo appoint Rennet A.
Crawford in his ?toad. The news came upon Judge
McCnJrb like a clap of thunder just as he hid ap?
pointed his Clerk, and opened his term on the 1st
inst. All was asiosishmeni ia New-Orleans. Mr.
Crawford cam* out with a Card protesting that he
had nothing to do with the matter. .\s tin. Pre=.i
lont bus no power to remo? a Judge, of coiir?*
ihe nett appointment in a nullity.
Alabama.?The L?gislature of this State con
t ves-ed at Tuscaloosa on the 1st ins*, and was organ
I ized by the election of Hon. Nathaniel Terry o
j Limestone, President of the Senate, and Davit
j .Moore of Madison. Speaker of the House?eacl
1 without opposition. There was a sharp coates
? for sninor officers, but Van Buren men were el.ct
! ed ; Co!. Philpot Clark of the Sonate. Col. T. B
: TuoiVedl Clerk of the House.
Gov. 3a?_y delivered 'sis valedictory Me;?a??
the following day. He congratulates the Lerisla
', ture ?_ iLe i._.Druvin_r circumstance? of the Peopi
! " . .
j of Alabama and their gradual extrication trorr
j deb:, states that the Penitentiary has bean com
| plotod ; asd recommends a n"w and more perfeci
| Digest of the State Laws. The Governor asserts
'? that the condSlIoa of tho State 8_ink wt" Alabaras
! is very bad: that - great share of its capita!, bor
i rowed and owed for by the State, hag been los*. b>
i bad debts, while enormous !_._?... to Individuell
! absorb taucb ns??re of i:, which will probably be
wi-ied off under lha operation of the General Bank?
rupt Law. He rscommeeds a chance in ?he mod.
of appointing; Directors, a redaction of the nom
? ber, aril the payment of those retained, with the
! limitation of all loans to four months, without re?
newal. His attachment to the system, in spite ol
its mishap?, is emphatically expressed, as fellows :
" And I still think, with entire respectfor tii?
opinion of others, that the St-te Bank system i_
susceptible of being rendered a ?uirce of incalcu?
lable benefit to the people i f Alabama. I believe
further, thai the State Bank system is destined ul?
timately, under som?* modification or'other, -._. fur
rii... the paper circulation of this L'r.i,?n."
Hurrah for the " Dirorce of Bank and Slat??
Consistent Alabama for ever !
Th. Governor recommends a release of tii?
Beaks froru ike payment of .?_.viO0,00_. annually foi
the support of the Go'.erarnent, and th?- in-poiitier
of a Stata Tax instead. H-* also recommends the
creation of a Sinking Fund, to pay off liie Stale
The last Legislature, on tito recommendation ol
ihis same fror. Bagby, pas?.'.i a law aboli?hin? the
j ('ongiessional l)i?iricts. and directing the electi. n
' of the five Mi-miters by f.enern! Ticket. But m
; all the Whigs, who by it were deprived of any re.
? presentation, with a good many others, protest-d
; against this law, it was barely squeezed th
j by a rigid party drill, with another law submitting
the question of approval or disapproval tn the Peo?
ple. The Peeple, at the rerr-nt Election, vetoe?
the law. Thereupon Got Bagby recommends thai
the Legislature shall disregard the txprcssx >n -j
the popular trill which, it invited. and continue
the Genera! Ticket system ! Huzza for Democ?
It is amusing that the Governor should argue
that the election of Members of ^'on_;r??<s is r.n
r.enstitutional, and that it restricts the right oj
suffrage to it? narrowest limits ; but lie (Ines so.?
Afior tai. ami the exhibitions of his Anti-Bankistn
\ above, it is perhaps needless to add thai he eonsid
i ers a National Bnnk shockingly unconstitutional,
1 un-l the Land Distribution ditto.? Let him pass.
oJ" The Supreme Court of Louis'ana, which
! recently closed its session at Alexandria, reversed
i the decision of the District Court in th? caso ol
Mrs. Jane Rowley vs. Charles S. Rowley. This
j ease is the one in relation to the result of which in
thf District Court tho difficulty arose between
i Judge Tenney and Mr. Rowley, and which finally
i ed to tha lameuiud death of Tenney. Mrs. Row?
ley sued her husband for ;i separation of bed und
board und of property. The District Court de?
creed that she was the owner of the property which
she inherited from her falber, of one lialf of the
community of acquests and gains, und ?.ranted her
u separation from bed and board. From this de?
cision, an appeal was tuken to the Supreme Court,
which has decreed that so much of the plaintiff"'s
demand us relates 10 a ??puration of bed uad
board, and dissolution, settlement and partition of
the community o? uci?u_??ts und gains, be rejected
and dismissed, and that the plaintiff*, June Rowley,
be restorad to the administration of her parapher?
nal estate separate and apart lrom the assistance
aud interference of her husband, and that she
recover judgement uguinst him fur liio ?um uf
KJ* The Mailisotiiun expressly contradicts the
rumors afloat that any desire .???sta on tie- ?.art of
the Pr?-sideut or his iatiniato friends ta break thu
present Cabiue;. Mr. Webster's continuance is
ospcciully desired und assured.
D__f Mrs. Mi?watt favored the New-York public
? with '.he first specimen of her Readings er Recita
! tions at the Stuyvesant Institute on Satutday even?
ing. A crowded auditory received them with lively
i tjken? of interest and approbation. Our own en?
joyment was, unhappily, ?ess perfvet. The ladv's
! manner, intonaiion and delivery were .-t?te t?>.i
; dramatic f?.r eur milk-and-water taste. ' Overdone '
I I? ibe term by which wo should characterize her
! Readings. We have never yet leatued the reas m
for the tragic burr in which public speakers too often
t'Hvelope their words, nor why plain' Medora' in
a book shoald become ' Mahdowrah ' ??r something
equally extensive in elocutionary display. And yet
it is but fair te add that Mrs. Mowatt, doubtless,
pieasad her auditory far 'fetter than she ceitld have
done and pleased us ulio. Peoplo de not g(? to a
lecture rojm to listen to such readings us tiiev may
hear at any time by tht-ir own firesides.
Mrs. M.'s second Readings, will be given to?
morrow evening at the same place. Those who
would be eligibly seated will do well to go early.
LCP All the Banks of this State located on the
River below Albany keep their notes at par in this
city, exaep". the so called ' Manufacturers' Batik of
Ulster,' which is no Bank at all. A letter from
Kingston assures us that its notes are very seidoir
seen in that County, and that ;: dues no business
there. It is a shave, must transparently.
Resumption lu Maut land.?The Westminster
Carroiltonian of Friday says?" We ?earn fr-trn a
good source that the Frederick Banks design to
commence redeeming their note? in specie on the
first of December ; and we think i: very probable
that the Maryland B_tcks genet ally will resume
XT ELOCL'Tiosuar B-CaO-KC. and Rsc?tatioss, b?
Mrs. A. C. >1 .wait, at the Stnyv?ant Institute.?Tae
serie? cf se.cct.oEa from the Poets ?i I be r*?ciuii by Mr?.
Mowe.t.on Tii___-_?_r evenin?, Nov.6, prefaced by ber.osrn
re-Barba. To eoainience al 7j o'clock. l?roj r-icine to?
XT The morniBj line of -steamboats fjr Albany and
the latermsiliate places fren tho f?*it of Birelsy-street.
is ?i-contiuned for tbe season.
Boats will leave the foot of Cort-ao-lt-street, every af
ternoou al b o'clock, ?it!, tbe mail, aud st rj o'clock for ?
Aib.u), direct. j
Correspordence of the Tribuue
Dr.sTRCcTivE Firs at Bald*.vim5vii.lz.?On
the night of the 10th inst. the woolen factory of
Messrs. Kellogg ?fc Fair, together with the dye
house, wire-house, and all their contents, were con?
sumed by fire. The fire originated in the cord room.
Loss from $_5,000 to $35,000. Insured $"2000.
Also the .louring mill of Jocas Johnsen, adjoin?
ing said factory. Loss ef building. machinery and
grain, from $3,000 to $10,000. Insured $5,000.
Also saveral small Ovsellii-g*.
Tin. lattice bridge across the Seneca _ive_ was
several times on fire, but not seriously injured.
This is a very serious loss for our village.
ErIF C-SAL K.M.AP.Ot.IKNT. ? An aJjoume
meeiing ..." the citizens of B-i-fale favorable to -?he
Enlargement of the Erie Caaal. was held a*. '.Be
Common Council Chamber on the evening of -.he
y .fa inst. Mr. S.|C. Hawley, on behalf of the com?
mittee appointed at tho formar meeting, stated
?hat since the last meeting the Canal Commission
ers had giv-?? notice caliiu? for proposals for the
construction of the enlargement of from Erie strvei
bridge in Buffalo to the ferry at Black Rock; thai
??he committee had therefore confined the n;e:_._>
tial to the subject of the enlaigemont from Black
Hock Pain to Lockport, and submitted a memorial
io ".ha: ? _
City Prison Statistics.?Durinir the week
ending Saturday morning iu<t, there were received
into the City Pi ???in U>'? whito men. 27 white wo
;:.-?:.. .17 buck nivn. and -.0 black women?total
11.7. Discharged :?- white men. ?10 white wura-n,
18 black men, and 13 black women?total 163.
Died I. Remaining in prison ... white men, '30
.....|i-*;i, 17 black men, uad 10 black women
?total 139. __________
-CT3 The steambnat South Amkeica. coming
down from Albany on Friday ni^ht, bioke hor pis?
ton near Rhinebeck. The U.j?nr.5T_tR ran hard
agr? md the same night near Coeymans; so there
was no boat down on Saturday morning. The
North America left Albany at 10 on Saturday
mon ng, t...-k oil' the passengers of both u:;?l
brought them to this City.
Mcrbkr.?The Sunday News of yesterday states
ika a man named Renney was arresteil on I'riila.
m i 'range, Onondaga County, charged with the
murder of bis wife in Brooklyn about a week since.
Several letters were found on his premises nd
dressed to a relative, one of which led to his nr
r?-?r. A verdict of wilful mur.1er was returned by
the inquest jury, and he has b.en fully coHimitted
'. fot trial.
Murder.?A slave belonging to Tice ?- K.-l
loi;.., of St. Louis, Mo., wns shot thr?.?gh the head
on the "2d inst. by John Brown, in a brick-yard
n?sur that city. The Mayor ha* offered a roward
of two hundred dollars for his apprehension.
Murder.?Juin-*?? Sweeney, of Norwich, Vt .
i* supposed to have murdered his wife on th? night
of the Gin inst. Shu was found dead in the gar?
den on th?* morning of the 7th, wilh her head
shockingly mangled. A ruward is offered tor
Sweeney's apprehension. He is desuribed us fol?
lows: He is ubout 5 feei -1 te G inches, thick ret,
from (>?? to 70 years of ago, hair nearly white,
?lark complexion, cross-eyed, an Irishman by
birth, und speaks with considerable of a brogue,
und usually wears u blue frock coat and white hat.
LC7* Peter A. Karthars of Baltimore, ngud 78,
hung himself on the lltb iust. He lately dislocated
his shoulder, and has been puriiully deranged over
u3* Semines, the student indicted for tho mur?
der of Prof. Davis at the University of Virginia,
and who ?*s?.a[t..d a conviction by the forfeiture of
bis bail, ($25,000,) is now snug in Texas.
KJ3 William E. Jones, Esq.. formerly Editor of
the Augusta Chronicle, has been elected lo the
Congress uf Texas.
Spi.t_.vDiD Meteor.?On Wednesday evening,
Nov. 10. l!l_l,at two minutes before eight o'clock,
n splendid meteoric iir? ball was seen by several
persons in this city. Il was superior in brilliancy
tu the planet Venus, and as it sailed across thesky
rc-ir-mbled a glowing mass of burning -natal. To
one observer it seemed to show a distinct nucleus,
three or four minutes in dianioter. The time of
Its Sight was between two und tiir.-e second?.
When first noticed it was near ihe Pleiades, and
about half a degreo below; it moved in it path
nearly parallel to the horizon, somewhat inclined
downward??, and suddenly disappeared midwuv be
tween the stars beta and theta Ceti. During its
whole truck it threw out brilliant scintillation?, of
a beautiful blue color slightly lingud with red.
Most of this train of sparks expired in a few sec
. :.j? ; but a portion about ten denr?es long, near
the iiead of the Whale, remained visible, with but
little chut;?.;?! of place, for u time net less thnu two
and a half miiiu.es, carefully noted. No report
was heard by any of the observers. [N. H. Pal.
Our RlVER.?We had a line rain vesterday and
last ni'ht, and a rise may be confidently looked for,
of 3 or l feel?the river is now rising.
[Pittsburgh Amer. Nov. 11.
New-Yore State Canals.?There was ro
ceived for toll on all the New-York State Canals,
duri.'g the first week in November, $3-_!,50-l 71).
Shoi siso.?Two sons of Mr. Thomas McKen
ney of Lynchburg, Va , ene about 12 and the other
0 years of age, died a ivw days since from drinkir.g
too freely of ardent spirits. They had been invi?
ted bv a man named Harris to help themselves
from the keg. which they did. and terminated their
existence by taking to* lurje a draught. Harri?
sas arrested, examined, and discharged.
Divor:>_ Case.?At the recent term of the
Stark County, Ohio, Supreme Court, a divorre w??
granted to the wife of Jacob Cepe, on tt;-e ground
of cruel treatment. The Court decreed to the wife
the exclus.ve use of the whole of Cone's real estate
during her life, and besides ordered him to restora
to her hpr wearing apparel, or pay a fine of one
FiR2.?At Philadelphia on Saturday morning.
the large four story brick wholesale ?.-ommisdon
_.roc??ry suire of Messrs. Mout?on-ery, Shackfor 1 ??it
Ham, No. 11 South Wat**r street, was discovered
to be ?.n fire in the lower story, which, before it
.-??u!i be got under, destroyed a large quantity of
cotton and groceries.
Latest rao? Mexico.?The schooner Emblem
arrived yesterday from Matamoras. She br-jugiit
with bei |9 H00 in specie. P*?eudo revolution?r*,
movements are the order of the day, and business
is at a stand, as usual. It is ver.- sickly ; the Brit?
ish Consul, Mr. Breeze, among others, has died
It is said that Matamoras has declared in favor
of Santa Anna, and the rumnr that prevailed to the
etfec*. that Tamptco had declared ?in his favor, i?
partially confirmed by this arrival. We hitherto
refrained from noticing the latter rumor, as it was
unauthenticated. [N. 0. Picayune, Nov. 5.
XT A lecture before tlie Wesleyan Ljreeum will be de
liv.red This Evening in ihe Methodist Episcopal CWarch
by Doctor Reeee. It will be introductory to a course of
literary and sei.-n.i-ic leetorei to be delivered by a-.mbcr?
af '._.- Lyceum, all oi w_i_.ii will be frat-iioa-L.
KLEMrrt-n ?r Chextst?y ; Conuiniug iae ?rindplcs of
the **ci?nr-e, both Experimental and Prsoucal. illus- ,
trat?! by n'tmrnui Kn.-ravings. By tUOKSO v,s?t, j
A. M., T-.ncher of CbcmisTV. AC, Andover, Mass. '
N?w-York r Dayton A SaJtlon.
The pabiicaiion of so many t-?xt-bojks of the ;
Nataral Sciences betoketia an increasing Ust? f-r :
:ha*e Sciences, and as suck we rejoice at it. This ;
I work, er any of ils class, simply read by a winter '
? familv fireside, must excite room rational interest
than anv doren fashionable Novels. There are
I tew so learaed as rot to fiad in it matter both \
i amusing and .?tractive.
CC?" Mr. Brauam jives another Concert this
' evening a: Stayvesant Institute. Tho bare ar.
ncuiicement ii all that .'an be r.eede?l to ensure a
. t"i?.l house.
\?T DiTiD Paox Brows ?f Philadelphia will
1 lecture this evening before the Lyceum oa ' The
? Aristocracy ef Eloquence.' The City will be there.
LAWYERS' DIARY.Not. 15
CtLrtifcaa or Covkt or Commu?? Pi. i ? ???tad. ** '-">?
2?.57. ?ii.-Hs.-U'i.o*-;. iHKi. 10, 11,543, 13,14.
CaLiraoaa or Scrtvon Cuir ?t.?<J?, 63. Ti. it. ?I
73, 7?, 77, 7?, SO. 61. ?*- .-7. 68, 93, ?J7. 98, It?, 101, 102,
103, let. lt*3, 19, '--I. 'i'>. Von, 107. Us. 2?.
ReijvortcJ for the New-Yerk Tribune.
Satusdav, f?ovsrnber 13
""?Tb? United r-tstes District Court hs? been ?secupii J for
thro* days m tryiui a cauto wherein lle.tr?. Corli?-.
HayCrock S. Co., claiiaauts, ?ought to r?nover -tl j,??ackit
f?i rlnt'us coas'ga.d to tsism from Englaud. !>u: seis .! r-.v
the collector on the ground of f?l?o i a voies, tho valu-j
having been placa! at $13,000, wharea? the appraisesai ul
said it should hiv.* liten SlSlhJO. The jury found lor ^
lu the Circuit Court Mark Morita brought au ac.iou for
assault sud battery against, Atirahsnt Uluai. me .lunaire?!
laid al $It),.?t.. The parties bmi been Iu somewhat extru?
sive business, sa.! Blum o?-ed 5lontx a larre amount of
money. They met uii the ill Dec ln?t. at i* ??old street.
wnru high wordt p;i-sod between them. Finally Ilium
struck Moritz with K'r'st violence, rendered huu insensi
bio for nearly au hour, caused him to liste dangerous
sposuis throughout the nuiil aftsrwar.lt. and t? be ?itk
fur nearly three ?e-'k?. Moritz hid calied ilium n ssrtn
iller, ruaaway, ?tie., which wat some uinija'.ii.n for th.? i
f.i.-iiuct ef the utter, and the jury gara a verdict in favor ?
of iae plaititiii for $17.v.
In ihn same Court Manierai L. Mar-h obtained a ver?
dict ??-'iiist Jo?*iih Strong for % 1,000, as endorser on a
bill of exchange or post n'-r i Ii'ii-?! by the Rank of West
em Pie*? York, ouc of the Ire? b.nks. Tin? bsok, without i
the Buthority of lnw. i?>.1 about 9300,0(0 of ?urn, ami |
the IndiVidaals, by tin? decision, are hold to be liable.
In the Court of Common Tiens Daniel M. Wilco?
brought an action ?g?inst Jacob Acker, lata 8beriff. for
omitting to levy su ex-'tution |>!aret! in his binde agail It
tho house-hold furiiilttre of Mr?. I.otWhart. who kept a
boarding hi.use in ike Bowery, and which m< iivkm after?
wards by the landlord as belonging 10 her daughtar. The
jury brought in nominal damages of ri .?..-?its lor ihe plaid
un" and costs ?finit.
lu the case ol' Doyle v? Baiter, relative to ihe lo?. of a
box of !.. out, tin- jury romain? in session lili itearlj
three o'clock ..u Saturday mornirj:. wheu it was found
impossible u agres, and ihey were discharged.
In the Superior Court Ilaniut Barker, administratrix,
obtained a verdict of $0.'!IO ?gainst Olivvr Charlock for
lost on l"S'.c bought of huu for premises [To 4 Cocntiea
slip. Th? lady wio gave .ho lease Is Cttarlieb buhl tut a
life interest in ihe property. She. died, and Mr?. linker
was fJMted by tha hairs, ?Itlioiieh her hii.b ind had ex
ehanged a good farm, worth $7,.)00, fur the lease.
Tb? caso of the iCtns lusuiauee Co. vs. Blown, was
ccntiuui'd tins dsv. Il will probsbly not be teruniiated l'.-r
three or fuur day?.
The Circuit Court a.'journed to-day,sins dis. J idga
R-'iit has hud mi arduous session, and accomplished aa
immense uuiouhi of business. Tha ability snd iudu?uy
he has displayed, connected with Ui, courteous, gentle
niHiilv demeanor, huve'iudeud usrued for him j-olilau opin?
ions front all sorts of men.
SaTUbDAT, November 12.
BuspICIOCI SlTUATIOK.?On Friday night, afttr If)
o'.loeh, Mr. Thonius Kurlonif discovured iu the eulry of
his house, iu the net of opening the parlur door, a man
named Fnrrull, and another, uouie uukuowu, who ?i-.t on
t.tred the pramliits evidently ?uU lutentin steal. Farretl
was 1....Iji...I in thu vraicli house, and to day scut to prison.
The other, however, ?tl'ucted his escape.
Kubbini; a House.?A colored iinn named Peter Jack?
son, alus Mingo, was on Friday eveuiu-r srrettsd by offi?
cer Tappau, charge?! with having ou the tisth ulf stolen
a watch, with u chum, seal und key, and some enrpet and
a towel, worth ijjf? 13, from the house of <'li?u.? Shepherd,
No. 1 Elizabeth street. Th? towel and carpet were found
ou his premisas, and ho was committed lo answer.
A CaASKEB THU*.?James Kueler was arrested tin?
eveniuj for stealing 17 pounds of crackers, coniaiued in
three baif?. ...ni worth $1 l'1. from Isaac N*Grsy, S?5
Houston streut He wan .'i.iiiiuitled.
KiiKPtN.. IVabm.?Tina evening Charlsa ?iuith, Henry
' Hi...?.- uud William Col.'ui. were arrested fur stealing h
j piece of flannel, worth $10, from the ?urn of Joliu Heally,
I lU*j Greenwich ?treat, which was found iu their posses.
| ?ion, aud they wcru eorutnilled.
KaiotT, Ni.vembtr 19.
Ti.? Coroner h-!d an ni'jiwit on Thursday evening at
Blai-kwell's Island on th? body of an unknown man,
.lrasatfl in tha garb of a sailor, with a ihsaih-kiiiieliy his
sido, who was fjiiu.l .ni Thuisslsy n?lua* in the Fast ri.L'.-.
j uoar the Iilrtiid. Verdict of the jury, Found drowned.
i AectoaMTAL Diowsis?.?The Coronar held .iu inquest
I to-day at tha Ist? residence of t-e deceased, No. 30 Oak
I street, ?u the body of Jamos Chn-.pl?, a private watch
' man of H?sssr*. Qrinnell Jk Co. Routh str?L Tbedecoased
wsi on duty be'.we.-n 1 nu-.l 2 c'clwck this morning. wb?in
I he was au>. st.>J iry a man ?.-niis-l Nicholas Beatty, who
atkad bins lo go with hlia to the pisr fool of Maiden I.au?,
I whsrnjBeatty bad a boat. He uhjacted ut going, hut fiaaliy
I went; ?ul the night being very dark, it is supposed h?
j fell eff iuto IB? dock. An outcry was raised of ' a man
overboard,' au! be was gotten out of the wafer uud taken
I oa baaril the sskoonor Cambridge before l.fn was ?utirely
? extiuct, but expired while efforts were making for bis re
: ?uar.uiiou. Verdict, acontenta! ?Iniwiiing.
?jATVRij.vv, Nuvombflr 13.
The Corouor held an in.'iest at the reauienco of Robert
Eldridge, iu thu rear of 17g Eldridge st., on ike body of his
??rn'e Barab, aged \'A, a nativu of tins city. The deceased
, was intemperate, and ?t- just re?*overiag from s debauch
j oo Thursday eveum/. when her husband, an indostrioui
| ?ober man. came home, ami had to get his own ?upper ?
I which led t.? a qoarreL Sho went to bed and did not rise
? cu Friday morning, saying she would net until the day of
i her death. Between 9 aud 10 o'clock, A. M. she sent ner
little girl for aa ounce of Uadauum, an oanro of assen?e
1 of pepperrnintririd .orne commun brandy,which ihn mixed
1 in a tumbler aud drank. Becoming very ill. Dr. ilsv?
' low was sent for and attended her unlit 10 o'clock, bat
i do?pue his efforts she died at half past lii o'clock on Fri
j dar night- Dr. Harlow and W. 8. Tonipkins mide a post
mt.r.em examination, end the jary fotuuj that the decaaied
eotumittad suicida by admiuistoring to hersalf a quanti
ty of laudanum, peppermint ami brandy.
Ai.-ciDts.TAt. DxowniHc?The Coronar also h-ld an
iC'iuestal tho corner of Chambers and West streets, 00
the body of Williarj-, eged 17 la !<? years, ?ho, on
Tue?day was employed to stow away ?ome wood ou boar?!
the steamer Columbas, lying at the fool of Cusmb<-.r<
?ireet, and after sweeping th? deck, soar duak. was sud- ]
deary miasad. His b'?dy wa? fooad iu the water a few
hours afterward?. Verdict, accidentnlly drowsed.
Str.tiiAV, No vein I?? r H.
The Coroner held an inquest at the Aim? H case in the
Park, on the body of au unknown man respectably dress?
ed, aged about C-0, who was found in the water at the fool
of Barclay street, at three o'clock on Saturday, by Kalpf.
Bogert, a carman. There was a eon tu sad wound over th?
right eye, which, however, ksd not Uroken the rrenrnni
nor pericranium, and was supposed by Dr. E. l? Tho??
soa, who made a pcst-inorte.m examination, to have be.?,
produced after deatb. Verdict, fjuu.l drowned.
AcciorsTAi. DaowMiMc or a CHiLD.-Th? Coroner
ha! 1 an inquest at ihe hoc?? of Michael Eadie, ?5r5 Oree?.
-icn street, on the body ef hi? daughter Mary K. Eadie
sgetl 11 years and 5 months. The der.ea.ed had b.?en sen.
eu ?-?turday. at half past 10 o'elock, to ge, . p", of r?.,?r
ausg th? she had aec-denially fallen in while aiumpt
th*insdsl hight. She was euuraly dead when disctieen-.r
a-d Ike jury found that si,? was uccidtutallv drowned In
tie cuura in lot No. 5i6 Gieeawieh street.
f-'oKTiriCATioNs.? ihe \ -> u I r?a Gazette sti
th it three hamired tens of heavj ?.
now ?hipping from the Arsenal, near V. ..- -
f?r fiwtifications a*. Newport,
Nineteen thirty-two pounders are als.- shipped
Fort McHenry near Baltimore.
LGT *'A SuflVer " insists that '.ho Street
specter of "?he Eighth Ward, having devoted
last two months exclusively to b&ulinj
: - voters and getting '?hcn-i rrgisterv-d..*_
that they voted right, &c. ought ruir to
tend to tho removal of tiie dead Im*?; and ?it
nuisances that infect the atmosphere of t
Ward. The re i'-est is ?0 modest and reason,
ihat we trust Mr. (I. will lake it into consid
don in the course of the week.
U___rT_e total population of Philadelphia Con
(answering to our city) is "2ju.c'd7, an marean
65,240 *:nct? 1830. Tho City proper answer
our five or six lower Wards, and contains
CUT* The Lodi Freeman, ?iving '?he return
?'-? ??-.? Elect on. drily remarks that they "
pretty much ?is we expet-ted?only rather m
so." They arc a good deal moro so tka.ii i.v
Heavy I'm?, of Snow.?The Laporte (Ir
.'??..:? ?? ? ?? 29th ultimo, says;?" Sn
is place on Saturday,
..... Fa .llhough a large unto.
melted -.- fast asit ? II, ii covered the earth to I
depth of sevi - Sixteen miles east
?.er-' it w IS "?? r ?" feet deep : and lit Niies. .
chigan. we understand it was over three, i
? i? ...,.; : ???> been five feet deep
? u ? ... if ihe ground had beca fn ten I
? 'i'j?n the roofs of the houses was so gr
that several of tbem wete broken in by ii."
Williams College.?The Trustees of V
? resolved to rebuild the Colfc
lately burnt, on the same foundation, but of ..
three stories; ntid to erect another building
smaller dimensions, a little distance south-eastc
Si gar.?The planters abeut Lafourche In
ci nmenccd making sugar, -bey have every pr
peel ol .i fail . rop. [_-'N ('- Bee
BteAHT.?In England, a person m-.-rryinf.
second time, whose husband or wife h>i? I een .-i
ubsenifiom such person for seven ye?
then last post, and shall not have been known 1
such person to be livint. wiibin that time, is t
liable i.? In* punished for bigamy, if it afierwi
appear tant the first husband or wife be alive
the time of ih. second marriage.
.CTl-AMD I'l.nrr.? ?We nr.? surrounded en all iij
?v.-'-i pira as, Somo operate through Banks, getting rr
erol ? f ih ?i snd, after extending tkrir circulation (oil
greatest possible amoui t. close their (?..ors, adit ihr pub)
,r.? i.-t'i i . ?iitl'-'r. Witness the Union Baukof Moatw
Bank . f BenuiHs'.o.i, and SiillwsierCecal lt.nk of?r.i
_.ii-?i ?...in j.rj ml' liR'ly witnens .?tiler? non follosris|
in their wake, inh.-r? ttir.iu^?. th? pr?*??. msn-igr. to pi
.owe vile nostrum into nonce thereby poeWeiiug thehsr
Itnitcn sain? of the people; ni tin? isms tints they eith
?lastro; health, or !?? .1. I iys ?iiif.-r the disoase to go t
yo nil the rr.-ioM nf m oilicnl skill, ?".urli nr.? pirates of l
worsl '. nd Many who have been hunl>ug>-d in il
way think nil advertised medicine ou n pur. N?uio;o
neighbor, Dr. Sherman, i* an educated aad cxpetiecc
physician, and In. Lozenge? have stood tl.? t.-?t of nrj
I'lt.-v ftr.t r--a;ly valuable articles, and cure Coughs, Cell
Il la?laches, Palpitation, Warms, and mostdlsaaisi saas
than any thing we .now (.i'. Go to 106 N.s.au ?trr't h
i?. i ..m? or to his Agents, IN Bowery, 77 East i'-??
?my. '?It Bleacher ?ir."'?, 9ST Hudson street, Riuaion
Aspinwall nr 139 Pulton ?iroct, Itiooklyn, an.! . au
XT Mia? Margaret f?it rsou, Nnm?-?tre.-t. Js. svCit
bac her foot badly scaldod by boiling *?..-r ??> uat tl
?kill came ? tl .u.l lio? foot was iu n dreadful ststn, si
uotbiug w-.uld heal or euro it till sho got l'aile,'s P?
K..tr-i<-tii-:- Sslvn from Tl Maiden Lane, win. h ga-o h
h.slant r' lief, and healed and cured it in en nstonia.il
?bort time. Th? family of Mr. Isaac. Pattersea of Jeta
City are referred to for the fact. It will euro auy bru?
or scald in (.1 incredulous sii-.rt time,
XT " We iiaVK mi.t thk EN CM Y and tkiy ark ou?i
Thus said tlie unl'.anl l'?-rry after hi? victory oa Lai
Erie, when he took the squadron of the enemy. "V
b.-ivi? met Consumption aud be i. our prisnne.-" Passai
!*>ov eau say ?nil truth. Their lloaun-uxu I'anu.
?. ?.' iban a bloodhound un tlio trail of Consumption.
?radical ? all tite prelimiasry symptoms of th? tyrant
approach, and leave*man in lbs possession of health.
Wlim s Cold or Cough commences, go to Pease St Sou,'
Division-street, and It? cured at once. This is the w.y:
.?..?tile Consumption. _
Naw-Yoas, Nov. 13,16-11.
Dear Sir?The publication tl.at appear???! in tke Tr
bune of Saturdny, eras not authorised by us. Vou wi
pit i?.- <-.?i." ..lii-t the same.
i: ipi ?fully, A. M. ?V E. T. RYDER,
0*11 and Hat Alanuf?ctarers, No. 336 VVoler-str? -1, Nss
.?rk. _ utl.ll"
THE Q17ARTO NEW WORLD.
C!.A!tr._-S O'MALLEY Ita.l a very rxtaiisiv? runo
Saturday, entirely exhausting tuu edition liefur* tbrsas
duck, rendering it ucccMiry to ?irike od a second. IV
alea received at the otlion on Saturday upwards of III
TY NEW ?K IRLY BUBSCR1BKRS,and they are poui
.ni? in from all parts .if the Country <u a constant Mood.
THE TRI I'll IS
Tbc New Woki.h i? conceded to be the most admirsbl
1 literary und family newsp-per now publish?'?! in 1:1c l.'si
tel Stater, aud its reputation is spreading far and wide
throu_ii ihe lenxth and l?re-idi!i of the land. The col-ims:
of th? World ar? eus.,ii'.! b? profane *iu ! Improperjsso
?iiljfsr allasioiis, or irrnl'gioHj s^iitimeul?, tbusnadalts|
it 11 fitting companion for tt-.e youn^'of both sci'is, an. 1
welcome visitor in every drawing room.
XT (?'?it!ami a fi ..ni the c'.untry. und ai other? wishicl
an excellent paper an? solicited to rail at tho (.llice, No. S.
Ann at. au.l subscribe. The 1st. v-?l. of O'.MAl.U.Y, ?jr.
??oiled eratstu all who pay a year .11 advance, l-acknual
Sera ftiiu ilu commencement of the volumi can bo for
uished. J. WmCHKST'fiR, I'ublisasr.
W. \V. Shirley, Auctioneer.
XT Auction Police?GLASS AND EARTHEN
W.lRK.?Tuesday, Nov. 1*J___, at 10 o'clock, at ihe ?t?'?
corner of Twentieth-street and Eighth Avenue, a larg?
.. .1 choice (>?. rtm.'i.t of cut and plain <jln??, China acl
ra.'then War?-, 111 lots t?j*uit retailers and grocats, COS'
lilting of ell kinds of flat.s Disbea, Bowls. I'.icl.'r?.
Chambers, Basins, T.-a soi.. Abo, ruM Chins T*1
I'ti.tituatr.eut:., i... Every I?.' offered positively ??U
?ad p.-dk'd fr< ?? ot charge to buyers of (23. Kiintsef'
boekerStagespaas the store. (it) nl_ It*
**^^?tic??.?The publioiire r..nli.-.l 1. at Covert lias (-pil?
ed lu office f.?r the sale of ?.'OVtlir; '.-? BALM OF Lift.
at No. J31 Naaa-au ?1 under Clinton Hall. Un invitas iba
public, and pnnie-urly Utos I wbo aro aftlinled wit. du
eases i.t the lungs noil win ipip.- 10 cull and e_t,niine ru
eariificates from PhyaieUas, Clergymen and i.ttier?. H?
fcsils afsurnl 'hut thj?e who will dit sa, will l??'-:o_ii?? ?atl?
;>?! that it is the artille tb?y ...-ed. For Dyspepsia it
may lie cons -ere.l almost un infadilti? cure.
Al??t forsale by H.dl.y. Phei-.s i: Co., U) Water?*-?
lti.it n A.A-ipinw?ll, ?|?, Broadway, I. A>tnr sod M
William ?t., Com.Welt to, Co. 71 Maidnu lam*, E. Cb_sU*r
?ay, Hi; I'.own.ry. ( 1. n15 3*
IVEinporintu of < li.-.-ij, <._,r?.n. uta -'?'-?-?
Paltlie arc reriuoated t? call and examine the styl? of Pur
ti.it.? Wioter Frocks, toe otlered at Ji) Broad?'?'',
American Hotel, under Ike a??urar.co that the ?aai? *'?*
be found to comport with ibe work ef any bonse .a ii?
trad?, while tue prices art such a? k.usi ouiir induce?
ment* to purchase?. \VM. T. JENNU?OS,
ull*-,?'l?? Ci) Diaper aud Tailor.
XT Whito Teeth?Compound Aromatic Taotb
P:t?te. a splendid urucle lor cleausiog the Teeth, g'"-1*
-.?eui a ?1 igb polish and beautiful ?ux^itii surfacu wi-b-*?1
ib-a least possible daiigor of ?eratrliing or defarin. xheai.
Tho*e ?h?, like to ?ee and possesses white teeth shoe?
u?e tbu P_?te. _5eentap.;rjar. My name is in f?dl 0D
an .'i.-'.-avr t label on ene- jar.
HORACE EVERETT, 367 Greenwich-it.
Inventor and Manufacturer of this new artier*
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t'oublia, Cough?., Couyb?.?Hsve you aeoBf*.
or cold ?u atTectiou of Hie laa^s or livtr, or any di?*?**1
that predlapoaea to cousuroptiou T if ?o, obuin a beltla?'
Dr. William?'? celabraied Cti'apoucd Kitraet of Hoar
hound, Balra of Gile-d sn.l Slippery Kim ; a remedr xbti
never fiila. Try it. Agents, Dr. Marcua Hurd, DmgrJt?
eorner Washington and Cirtirtfundt ?ta., Dr. W. ?- ?sey't
Bounical Medi-.ir.eS.ore, 1I9J Bowery,Cbereb's Di-P?8"
??ry, earner spring and Bcwery, Cailtr.u'i, ?P.. Canal tt,
G. W. Badger. Newark, and by Druggists ia ihs.Cooati_f
geueraily. J'rice, }lp?;r boule. ul?l*?"