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.HE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE
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rjr> The WEEKLY TRIBl'NE. a verr large payer
Sr the Country, is oubliihed every Saturday morn ng,
t the low price of ? J per aanrim, in advance.
Report of tbe Secretary of tbe .Navy.
We ij've yesterday the most important points in
he Report of the Secretary of the Navy, and will
jow mike a farther summary of its statements and
The squadron in tbe Mediterranean consists at
..reseat of the Brandywine of 44 guns, the ratr
ield and the Preble, under the command of Com.
Hoil: the honsr of our fidtj has been propeJ..
,u?taiued, and the rights of commerce protected bv
The squadron in the Pacific consists thu fri?
gate United State?, tbe sloops, of war St. Louis,
forktown, Cyane and Dale, and the schooner
Shark under Com. Thomas Ap C. Jones. The
St. Louis has been cruising in the Ciulf and aleng
the coast of California, and the Shark 1ms beer;
sent to cruise upon the coast of Peru. Both these
easels have been of great service in protecting
the citizens and property of other nations as well
at our own. The Yerktown has been despatched
to the Sandwich friend*. The conduct of this
squadron has been highly satisfactory.
The Secretary calls especial attention to the sit?
uation of American interests in the Pacific. He
estimates that there are $40.000,000 invested in
the whale fisheries, of which the j?reuter part i
Amoricm. He recommends ihn increase of the
isjuadron to twice its present size. He urges al?.'
tbe establishment of a post of resort for our ves?
sel* in the territory bordering thut coast, and of u
d-po*. it the Sandwich Islands.
Th- squa*ron on the coist of Brazil consists of
#ie Delaware, Potomac, Concord, Marion, Deca
tar snd Enterprise, till under the command ol
In the West Indies ate the Macedonian, the
Wurreti and the Vandalia. During the hurricane
season the squadron will remuin at home.
In the Cast Indies are the frigate Constellation
and the sloop of war Boston. Tne Exploring
squadron, under Lieut. Churles Wilkes, consists of
the sloop of war Vincennes, the Peacock, the Por?
cupine and the Flying Fish. Lieut. Wilkes has
succeeded in establishing commercial regulations
with the Chiefs of the Fejee Islands, and has dis?
covered iu that neighborhood a number of before
unknown und dangerous reefs. At the latest dates,
Nov. 24, 18 10, the squadron was ut the Sandwich
Islands undergoing; repairs. Lieut. Wilkes will
return to the United States early in the summer of
Seven schooners under Lieut. J, T. McLaugh?
lin are cooperating with the army in r loridat they
have rendered important aid. The survey of the
coast from the hay of Apuluchicola to tho mouth
ut the Mississippi was completed in June by Lieut.
Powell of the brig Consort, who is now engaged
In stir-eying the south shoals of Nantuoket.
The officers and crews of the brig Dolphin,
Bell, and the schooner GtatnptM, under Lieut.
Payne, engaged in cruising on the coast ut Afri?
ca, have suffered severely from sickness. The
commerce of our citizens on that coast is rapidly
increasing, and the presence of nutionul vessel*
there i? indispensable. The Secretary *ays that
thesv cruisers have done all toward the suppres?
sion of the slave trade that could be expected from
so small a force : the increase of the squadron is
The steamships Missouri Mid Mississippi, the
former built ut this city and the hitter at Philadel?
phia, are nearly ready for sen, and will form part
of the Hume Squadron. Orders have been given
for the construction of three steamvrs of medium
size, one at this city, one at Philadelphia, and sine ut
Norfolk. In addition to these, Capl. U. P. Stockton
is superintending the building at l'hilndelphiu of our
of 600 tons, to be propelled by Ericsson's propeller,
and Lieut. Hunter is engaged in like manner at Nor
fi lk with one ot" 300 t^ns, to be propelled by sub?
merged water-wheels invented by himself
Otiiers have been given to build a firs! rate
alcop and three small vessel* of wnr, an.l to finish
the frigates Cumberland. Savannah, Ruritan and
The balance in the Treasury to the credit oi the
Navy Hospital Fund is f J 17,yU7 53?-the average
increase of the ?md has been $27,223 t>7. Otthe
appropriations for ihe suppression of the slave
trade, th-re remains unexpended the sum ot $4.
365 14. which has been carried to the surplus
fund. Under the head of ' contingencies' ther?! re
inHias unexpended the sum of $9,206 7C.
Thi operation of the apprentice system is -uni
t,. be encouraging : the whole numl>ei of appren?
tices is about 1,000. An extension of the system
is contemphued Great difficulty is felt in enisl?
ing seamen, and tho Secretary recommends ketter
pay and a more benevolent policy.
Experiments in gunnery und projectiles have
been authorized und others aie in contemplation,
which it is no: proper to make public at present.
Measnres have been taken to construct aw at stea?
mer on Lake Erie.
The presence of a military force is deemed ne
cessary for the protection of the timber on the
public lands from lawless plunderers. The efturt*
to obtain water-rotted American hemp have thus
fur been unsuccessful.
The Secretary urges the preparation of a full
code of laws and rules for the government and
regulation of the naval service, and enforces his
plea by reviewing the legislation on this point and
showing the objectioanble charucter of the present
cade. He also urges the reorganization of t he
Navy Onpnrtment, on the ground thatits laOors arc
rendered doubly onerous by the want of arrange?
ment. This imposes upon the Head of the De?
partment rrany duties which might be performed
by clerks, and is unfavorable to the direct personal
responsibility which is necessary.
Tbe increase of the navy is urged, as wal seer,
by the extract we gave yesterday. The snercaa
BY ORE KLEY & McELIi
PKIVE ONE CENT.
tile property of our citi/en? annually afloat on the
ocean is estimated ar aot less than $100,000,000.
This is entitled to the most ample protection.which
ran he furnished only by an adequate Nary. Eng?
land, with less thon twice our foreign tonnage,
ha-, more thaneurht tiases as many vessels of war,
and Eranre, with only one-third of our foreign
tonnage, has five times as many wir vessels. A
large part of the vessel-* should in the Secretary ',
opinion consist of steamships; he recommends
the construction of packet ships so built as easily
to be converted into w-ar steamers. This trial of
the e.v.periai?-nt of war ?'eam-iiip- is 'trred
Some provision in trie Secretary's judgement,
should be m%de for the permanent connection of
mathematical professors with the Navy. An en?
largement of the Navy-Yard it Brooklyn is said to
? e absolutely necessary ?houid u Dry-Dock be con?
The Navy Commissioners ns!t f,.r additional
Clerks, and the Secretary coincides in the ne es
-iity of tho a-ldirion ?Additional but racks are also
required. The Report thus concludes :
In the ndministr.'ition of this Department, it
will ever be an object of great solicitude with me
-o practice a prudent economy in uil things. But I
have not sought to save the public money, by sim?
ply derlininj tu apply it to its most valuable pub?
lic uses. Believing it to be nn object of the first
importance to place our Navy upon the most elli
eient establishment. I have not expected to effect
that object at any small cost. The >uviri?' which
exposes the country, in a defend less condition, to
ho.tile attacks, will not be reo..inmended by rne.
The spirit which pauses to calculate the cost of
measures rendered necessary for the support of
ihe honor and glory of our country will never, it is
hoped, display 'tself in this Department. I have
felt it to ^e my duty to place the alternative fairly
and fully bet?re th ? country. An efficient now
cannot be built and supported without very crent
expense; but this expense is more than repaid,
even in time ?,f peace, by the services which such
11 navy can render. In war, it will be worth to us
all the value which we place on trie safety of otr
exposed scarost, on the security of millions of urn
people, and on the well-earned glory of our naval
rUg. It is enough that a necessity lor this expen?
diture can he shown ; the amount of it will tie a
secondary consideration with u people who trui\
love their country and properly value its institutons.
IN CONGRESS ...Tuesdav, Dec. it.
In the Senate the President announced the tui
lowing Committee >:
On Forngn Relation*.?Me-sis Rives, Pres?
ton, Buchanan, Tallniadge, Ch ate.
On Finance.?Messrs. Evans, Berrien, Wood
bury, Mangum, Bayard.
On Commerce.?Messrs. Huntington, Wood
bridge, Barrow. Wright.
On Manufactures.?.Messrs. Simmons, Ateli?
er, Miller, Bu banan, Morehead.
On Agriculture.?Messrs. Linn, Bates, Bat
row. Sturgeon, Simmons.
(>h Military Affairs:?Messrs. Preston, Mei?
rich, Benton Archer, Pierce.
On the Militia?Messrs. Phelps, Pulton, Smith,
la. Williams, Me Koberts.
On Naval Affairs?Messrs. Mangum, Archer,
Williams, Choate, Bayard.
On Public hands?Messrs. Smith of Ind., Tall
mmlce, Walker, Huntington, Premiss.
O.-i Private Land Claims?Messrs. Henderson,
Linn, Tappan, Fulton, Dixon.
On Indian Affairs?Metin. Morelread, White.
Sevier, Phelps, Benton.
Of Claims-? Messrs. Graham, Wright, Wood
bury, Woodbridge, Phelps.
On Revolutionary Claims?Messrs. Dixoo,
Clayton, Smiih of Conn., Alien. Cuthberc.
On the Judiciary?Messrs. Lernen, Clayton,
On the Post Office and Post Roads.?Messrs.
Merrick, Simmons, McKobeits, Moiilon, Mtlh i.
On Roads and Canals.?Messrs. Porter, King,
W hite, Young, Ctnhbert.
(i)n Pensions.?Messrs. Bates, Pierce, Alien.
On the District of Columbia?Messrs. Bayard.
Clayton. King, Kerr, Rives.
?n Patents and the Patent Ujfict?Mes?is.
Premiss, Porter, Henderson, Montoii, Sturgeon.
On the Public Buildings?Messrs. Kerr. Ful?
Oh Engrossed Bills?Messrs. McRoberu,
On Enrolled Bills?Messrs. Porter und Wil?
On Library? Messrs. Preston, Tappan und
} On the Contingent Expenses of the Senate?
Messrs. White, I appan, F\uns.
I he following additional Committees huv<- been
1 appointed by the Speaker of the Mouse ;
Committee on the Expenditure* in the State
. Department?Messrs. John Vau Buren, N. V.,
Cliarles Hudson, Ms..., Wm. M. Oliver, N. V..
' John It. Brockway, Conn.. William S. Hastings,
Committee on the Expenditures of the Trea?
sury Department.?Messrs. A. Lawrence Foster.
N. V., Samson Mason. Ohio,Samuel Partridge, N
V., lsnrtc D. .lone-. Man land..lames Irvin, Penn.
Coicmittee on Expenditures in the War De?
part merit.?Mis-is Jntnes J. McKay, N. C,
Thomas A. Tomlinson, N. V., Peter Newbard,
? Penn., John H. Brockway, Conn., Archibald L
Linn. N. Y.
Committee on Expt ndttures in tie Navy De?
partment?Messrs. ibomas Jones "torke, N. J.,
Wm. Simonie-, Penn., Nathaniel B. Borden,
' Mas- . Alex. H. H. Stuart, Va , Willis Green, Ky.
Committee on Expendtturt s in the Post OJJict
I Departmen'?Messrs. Joshua A. Lowed, Me..
Christopher Morgan,N. Y., Win. II. Washington,
! N. C. Linn Boyd, Ky , Henry S. Lane. Lid.
Committee on the Expenditures on Public
i Buildinsrs.? Messrs. Cave Johnson, lern., Sem
M. Gates, N. Y.. Benjamin A. Bidla.k, Penn,
Samuel Stekeley, Ohio, Jacob Houck, jr. N. Y.
Clinton- County B*nk.?The Plattsburih Re?
publican of Saturday, speaks of the fact of the re?
fusal of the agency here to redecit. the bills of this
j Bank, as nothing unusual, bur as the result of a pa
nie, which involved other Banks as well as the
Clinton County. And it adds iu cxplanaf on of the
? panic* in regard to that Bank :
" It so happened that one of the directors with
remittances, did not arrive in time to prevent the
occurrence. We unuer.tand the panic is subsiJtSiT
We have no doubt but the agency wilt Imi resumed
in a few days. There can be no loss to the bili
holders or depositors in anv event. The directors
have entire confidence in their ability to meet the
liabilities, and we are happy to say that the pubii
eutions referred to, have produced no alarm or ex?
citement in this vicinity. The bank redeems its
notes whenever presented."
The Small Pox is raging in M?ckJenberg
County. North Carolina.
<*EW-VOrth FRIOAY MOtt.'
Oos Cocxrsrv Its Dapccbs ano its Destiv. . B..
W:llum Hens. BcaLtlcn.
Tnis is tiip ti-!e of what the author call* a ' dt
sulton- poTn,' prenaur.-ed before the Alleghen)
Lierary Society on tri" i'J of September. It is a
spirited, able and elegant performance, ?O'indin"
in tiuble strains the glory of our land at:d pointing
out o'tr national sir.s with a pointed ar.d indignant
pen, and expressing- ' mo-e in sorrow than in anger
the rocks on which we may make shipwreck. We
copy the tailoring pas-age which, in its ??/int. ;? a
fair specimen of the whole Poe-n :
Land of my fathers ! nations, from star.
Have watched the rising of thy nata: star?
And while they marvel at its bright'ning glow,
As streams *f splendor from its lull orb riow.
They tell us sudden doom with prophet-lips?
Thnt 6 er its disc snail come a dark eciipse,
Blotting the glory of its radiant prime,
Till men no more shall track its course sublime,
N'or speak admiring of the wondrous light
Thstoh the nation* burst, a Presence bright
Scattering the gloom of ages?that its beams.
In da kr.e.ss quenched, or changed to baleful gleams,
No more shall cheer the enthusiast devotee
Who prays and toils for Human Liberty?
AnJ when thit star shall set in seas of blood,
Oppressiou once aesin stiall roli o'er Earth iier dood ;
Such is their sure prediction?shall it be
Fulfilled; my country! by thy sons in thee 1
Earth's despots, trembling on their thrones. await,
And wish and hope that su-h may be thy fate
With hellish glee they wat. h for every cloud
Tiiat o'er thy sky rolls darkly i> a shroud?
And shout exultant, as around thy snores
The maddened sea of lawless violence roara I
Nor with less anxious gaze, the good and wi.e.
Men of pnre heart, and generous sympathies,
Intently mark thy progress, while for thee
Fate weaves a sad or glorious destiny ;
They watch, alternating from hope to fear,
And pray that thine may he a bright career,
rjndimmed by folly and unstained by guilt?
For Liberty on thee her hopes hath buiit;
If thou dost fall or falter, wo for men!
tin Freedom's altar-shrine no fires may burn again'
Hut if thy course be onward, freed from all
The base hypocrisies that now enthrall?
If to thy glorious Charter thou ur: true.
Ami. strong in faith, the path of Rn.iU pursue,
Till, rupt in admiration, Earth shall see
Thy practice with thy principles agree?
Joy for the nations '?from tue dust uplifted.
With tie*- born strength and courage strangely gifte.l,
Tuey from his throne shall hurl the tyrant (town.
Crumbling alike ihe sceptre and the crown ;
Till Fraud, and Error, und their legioned lies
Shall shrink, despairing, from the lightning eyes
Of Troth, the child of God?ami every land
Shall own her sway ntid heed her just demahd ;
All kindreds, nations, tongues, alike maile tree,
Earth shall become one va:t Democracy,
And, like a golrieii girdle, Love shall span
The universal brotherhood of man!
BuaaL Sketches. By Thomas MtLLca, Author of A
Day in the Woo s,' -It. antics of tb;? Woods'' am!
' Roytton Go wer.' Philadelphia: Carey A Hart ?
New Vnrk Wiley A l'utnam.
Tin* beautiful work has already been long
enough before the pu'-iic to obtain their la-.01 able
verdict. It is composed ol sketches of country
scenes, life and character, all marked by the parity
of style, the warm benevolence of heart, and the
keen perception which distinguishes all the writing*
ut their author?long kaown as the ' Basket Ma?
ker.' The aim of his works is professedly to im?
plant in the bosom ol his lenders a deeper love of
Nature. ' My table,' he snys, ' is spread with the
humble*! fare; my viands served up in beechen
how 1 nn.l petvier platter. Those, therefore, who
can oniy dine from off vessels of sold and silver,
and whose stomach* cannot brook the homeliest
loo.i. ne?d not lift up any lowly latch nor bend
their stately bodies to enter my bumble door-way
The tale* he has interspersed among his sketches
are graceful and tender, ami the volume >. one of
the most delightful of the season.
The Princiii.i am. PaacTicx oi Bo ckepini By
Thomas Jones. New ioik Wiley A Putnam.
The main feature of this work aims to show that
double entry originates in two kind* of accounts,
(instead of three or more as usually explained,)
the one kind being those use*! i.-i single entrv and
the other set being a duplicate in a rovers, d form,
showing conclusively the cause of e,[ual debit and
credit. The uu'h -r is an experienced teacher, und
his views are warmly supported by nv reliant* and
others of this city whose opinions cannot fail to
have much weight in commending it to the notice
of teachers and students.
CZP The R.H?rnn.1 between Ba-avia and Buffalo
wili be probably constructed within the coming
year. That portion of it beyond Attica is to he
done by the 4-|i ?f July. When this is finished,
the chain from Boston to Buffalo will he complete.
OYSTERS.? We are no* la the bight cfth.uon
for Oysters. Very fe* persons have any idea of the ex
tent of lies bus n a-, and of the v. it numbers of persons
employed in it The great bulk of Oysters are brought
in vestals fioni York. Kaasemond, James and Bi~k K.v
ars ia Virginia, About 103 sail of i;?>t!> hnlouzuie;
to tbi* city are employed ir. thia trade. Taey generally
make about fo^r trips in lie season, aad c.rry foin one
thousand lo tw.-u y.br? hundred bushels. In ihe rpruig
of tne year largp quantities are brought in and planted in
Princes'* Kay on the South side of Stati n Island. These
are taken up again iu the tall and constitute tne early ci-.y
A considerable quantity are taken up from natural be.'
In Newark Phi and Staten Island Soaad. These are gen?
erally planted down in Shrewtbarj River and ibe New
York ud Amboy. Bays, ami, whan taken up again, *te
Considered very sup nor. The penons engaged in tbi*
business are called Planter*, and each one, by right ofoc
eupai cy. claims; nd exercises exelasive control sod jar ??
disiioo over such part of the Bay or Suuud a* be ha*
planted dose, Stakes are usual y drives do*a to desig?
nate ihe boundaries. These rud* boundaries are very
gi ueraily respected, and tbe territory a ithin tliem i? bu:
rarely invaded It is estimated that 50,0v0 per-our ar*
empbyed in this bnsiness ia different parts ro cected
with the traJe r-f ia- city of New Y&tk.
Mr. Da? id Ut cker jf Ann it sells from 5 000 to ?- ,0 0
per day. The Astir House, American Hotel, Clinton
Ball an.i other lar^c establishments a:e supplied by hint.
Tse Oyster sea?,,u comm-nc * on use first day of i-'ept
and con-iBMC*by law "ill the last .lay of ApriL The Oy?
ter dealers, however, give the law a !iber<:l construction
and coa-.inae to sell uut.l the last day cf Miy.
We had intruded to say nnre oa ihis .-abject but we
have no room t >-d*y. Wc w 11 add, however, mu: is ?cc
a Western man?say ore from O-io or Wiskon-as?go
into a plate of regular Prince's Bays, doe* one more good
than to eat a hearty meal or to taka a warm batn. A
Vermon.er approaches the plate with a Wash on bis
rheek an J some ittle dUB leure, and us;s a knife as t-ell
a?a fork : but a vVestern nun walks up to it .s to aa old
acquaintance, and would lau'h at such a thing a* using s
knife to aa oyster. Many an oyster house in this city has
been put iu astate of alarm by a small company sf West?
ern boy*, whose gestures seemed to indicate aa intention
of taking down thepfste eaji'e.
l^^^^^,^^ _ erne
Hi\G. DLCE.TIBEK IT. ?<?-*i.
XT Our readers wiil recollect the me accboly
fate or" Thomas H. Laush; n, i Whig mechanic oj
Baltimore, who was killed while marching in the
procession of the great Whig Young Men's Nation
si Convent; >n. in May. 1340. His murderer was
.believed to be the rufttan Jeff Griffiths, notorious
I for a??ault? and outrage, especially on Whigs a: '
j Elections ; but, upon trial, he could not be convict?
ed of the deed. He is now, however, in the Pen?
itentiary for life, having ?irice been convicted of a
wanton and stocking man-laughter, (rcallv a rnttr
der ) in that city.
The members of the Whi* Convention imme- i
?eiateiy took up a ccileeti m (si the widow at.d
children cf Laughltn, left destitute bv :h ir terri
hie bereavement. Hon. John V. I.. McMahon. i
President of the Convention, was made Trert^?-s-r.
We rejoice to learn, by a recent letter from him to
the Baltimore Patriot, that this collection amount*
t:< $3,26*9 49, which ha* been invested in Balti?
more City St.-ck* nr.d productive Heal Estate for
the benefit of the w idow and orphans of the de?
Indiana ?Lieut Gov. Hall, (Whig) presides
over the Senate er officio. H.m. John W. Davis,
irtte M. C. (Loco) is Speaker of the House. Th?re
is a Whig majoritj ofG in the Senate, and a Loci
Foco majority of 8 in the H<>u-*.
Alabama.?The House, in accordance with the
popular decision; has passed a bid repeniing the
General Ticket system of choosiog Members of
Congress, which the Senate will probably concur i
in. despite tt.e Constitutional scruples of ex-Gov.
Georgia and New-York ?Hen. Charles J
McDonald. Governor of Georgia, has transmitted
to the Legislature a briet" Messtr-e touching the I
difficulties between that Stute and this. The fol?
lowing ure the important paragraphs:
i" oi will perceive from the correspondence, ?
copy of which is herewith submitted, that nnother
pretext bis been raised by i> ivernor Seward, for
evading the performance of nis constitutional obli
gallon?. It is preti nded by liim that the bill of in?
dictment is defective, and he has undertaken the j
rive of nounsel for the accused, by inking unten- !
abie technical exceptions to the proceedings. /.
/i?jrr answered (hem as jrow will perceive, but I
have long since been c^nrinceit that it is un?
necessary to address eitln r argument or reason
to his understanding, "r to remind him of the ne?
cessity of executing, in good faith, according to
the letter and tfirit, the vise provisions of the
Constitution, by which the Sta'cs an; enabled, in
giving efficiency to their criminal laws, to maintain j
the pence and unfet* of society. While lie de?
clines complying with my demand, on the gr.uid
j of a pretended defect in the indictment, he indi?
cates his intention, in no equivocal terms, ?hould |
his objections to our jidicml proceedings be over?
come, to -iistuin his refusal on jirinctp.es no less j
unwarranted by 'he Constitution than offensive to
the peop e of tn:? S'nte.
There should be no longer delay in settling tin
thoritatively the mariner in which fugitives from
justice are to be delivered, when they are found in
.mother jurisdiction. Congre-s has the unques
ti inubie authority*, undei the Constitution, to regu?
late ihi? nutter; and it is clearly too duty of the
General Government to rau-e fugitives from jus
lice, w ho escape from toe States in w hich the crime
was committed, and are found in another, to be
delivered up upon the demand ot the Executive
authority of the Stute baiing jurisdiction of the
offence. Rut. inasmuch as the mode provided by
Congress for discharging this high obligation to the
?states, so essential to the safety of society ami tin.'
security of property, has proM-.l inefficacious, und
as no disposition is manifested by the Federal Gov?
ernment t.i remedy tin- defect, the subject is of suf?
ficient importance to justify a Convention of the
Stale* to take it into ecu ('deration. Dut we -bould
not ilefer tor a moment the adoption of measures
for our own safety. The regulation heretofore re?
commended bv me would ensure the safety of our
property, and prevent all interference with our
slave pi pulaiion. Any other constitutional mea?
sure-, however, whn ti ?? ut wisdom may suggest
a- expedient .at d proper lor the ?'tainment ot it.. tr
desirable objects, shall have my concurrence.
CHARLES j. McDonald
Ftitt: at Sr. Luits.? On the 4th instant a tire
broke out in the rr >.-ery store of Mr. J. W. Kidjers
nr St. Louis, which consumed that and several a.i
joir.inc stores before it was subdued. Mr. K -ljers's
?loss wa? about $7,000, insured $3,000; Messrs.
Ster.rns ?t Springer, grocers, lost nearly the same
atri'.unt, with ho insurance; Mr. How, leather
merchant, lost properly to the amount of $9,(100,
insured $3.000; Mi csrs. Woods i Shaw lust from
$3 000 to $4 (inn : Messrs. La Beaume & Co. lost
about $3,600, fully insured ; and .Mr. Newman,
grocer, lost snrr... f.J.OOO, with no insurance.
Maii Roebk.rtv. ? a 'lip from the otr.ee of the
Fred t.i i Censor of the lil.h in*:, says that the
Western Mail was stolen from the stage near that
viilaje that morning. One William D. Stewart
ha? been arrested and committed for trial. When
first discovered he attempted to escape, and threw
away several letters and drafts. He ucdirubtedly
hud an accomplice.
usj3 The Cincinnati Gazette of the 11th instant
announces the death at Louisville of Mrs. Re?
becca McLean, wife of Judge McLem of the
i '. . .
Supreme Cwt-rt ot the I nited S ates.
Cr* Mr James Crir.an, a brewer, was drowned
in the cana! at L'tica on the Sth inst. Another
! body was found in the canal at the .-ame time.
~Zf A ;reat freshet has been experienced in the
i Valley of the Genesee. The river is very high,
i No damage has yet been reported.
Z3* Thomas H. Wybert of Bufiklo wes drowned
t in tire cana! at Syracuse while intoxicated, on the
C Mr Jeremiah Brow n was killed os the 27th
'? u!t- by the falling of a stick of timber while assist?
ing at r raising near Oic .tt, Niainta Co.
B| Fr IXO ROBE*! Fl FFALO ROB -
:crer.?i i;u~drcd ti-rl. o Rode*, recentiy porcl:.. ? d
at the N. A. Fur f.-.'s aactioa sji. for s.-.Ie v-ry c .e_p by
the bale or smile skia. Also.a Tar.e-yoi S:ei;h Robe;
hatdsstcely ir.ii.mcc,:? a H iL Cap and F ,r .-"t ire of
dtl lw _S. TCTl'Lt. r.H ? ssibaa ?-u-.re.
"J^O OOAJC?That which in- ukeu tcesths to ob
is tain ?n unti trfect ku *!e je of. insy nov oe ciraec
ia four ie-sot.? of i*o hours eaca. A mstherastical tneo
rera is i?veat?d. by'?Ii'ch Ldi's'dress, habit and pell se
i cuiiiui: ai.a tt?ng maj be uone with ease and infallible
aicorarj'; ?r.hcuttne t.-o blesomc necej?ity of tryus
ob. P.ei.-ec.il ou Mr- RAYMOND, T2 Bajard n. be"
: t*eeu :0 .A, M a d 3 P. M. duria* trie present we<-k ?
i Terms, $5, iseludtn? Theorem and Patters*. d!5 5c
R NO. 30 ANN-STREE V.
VOL. I. 215
i.\si r\.\( t:.
THE ?;?\V1K? n-l ttAM E ?.?>.
Uai rt.. $3? 000 . office No 54 ?v >;[ ?. ITim
paay coutisne* :o make tesuraece against loss or s-iiaage
by tiro, and inland nangatiou
Rcusselaer Haten*. WUtiam Couch,
Najah Taylor, B L VVootey,
Cornelih? W Lawrence, Micth Baldwin,
J. PttMips Phccorx, Naibauiel Weed,
John jlo tsoi, Fanning >'. ^ acker,
J .-? ph B V'ernnm, Meie? D. Bea/ao.in,
DavidLee.. John Raukm,
Caleb ? >. ITakted. John u. ?V. \tt,
William \V. Todd, Ferdinand S?y dan,
Henry G. Thomson.
K. HAVENS, Fr.-.iden'..
Leans Pmt.: ips.Secr-firy. d>
rNfi?R INI r. Oh' DHTS.I.IMi HOI SES
?Premiums reduced, and profit* rctarnfd to the hi
rnred THE II USEHOLDERS' MfcTUAL INSUR?
ANCE COMPANY m-iire? at reduc?: rate?. Dwelling
Huntes. Furniture Plate. Kanu!. Siorrs. Libraries, Pic
lure-, au.l all Honsebald Property ordinarily kep. in
Dwelling H- uses, in the City of New-York and elsewhere
The pri :i s of this Ccmpaty ar.- iV.r the benefit ot' tuo-s
wko are issared by it.
GULIAN C VERPLANCK
ROBERT HENRY I DOLOW,
WILLIAM II. HARIaON,
FREDERIC DE PEY5TER,
.* ROBEitTStiN UODGERS.
9 MU1 I. II iR PIN,
TEPHEN CAMBREI ING.
V R. RStDGERS, Prrr.dtnt.
?. C. TAYLOR, Secretary.
W. Ii II till-;' iv. CernutL
JAMES U EBB Sureooor
Office of the 'ompany, No. 45 IMerchaata' Exehange,
oa the princip .1 story c ireer < i William au.i V? ell-sts.
The Director* of si.e HoUSCUOLDEa*' Mitch list's
?ncc Ci ?? im? in pre entire this Prospectus to lbs p;.:
.i: Ii in ;i proper to explain the peculiar features of tht
Uatual >? temol Insurance, aid the distinctive el *r i
of this Coinpany, in those particulars in which t li Bar*,
aoinstt from joint stock companies, but fram other mu?
tual assoeiatii us.
This < out pan] is not mly h-ised upon ill- geurral pi:/
of irutu.l indemnity, secured by the association of a
.-.timicr ?f individuals, who agree to ?av? esrh other
barmlesa i'r mi loa? bj Ii:?-, ao i :.ir that i urpose t iaeui
no other than absolutely neee-sary expense*?but it it
peculiar in this respect, that it eoatinea itsell to the in
hi ran sofdwe-'l houses oaiy, and oi the propeirtj usu
ally coniaiai d thai in
On the lubj ? t i fthe general plan of Mutual Insurance
iud the comparison of tbat plan with iusuranca t'y j....'
stock compa: ies, mach ratgnt he Slid.
That insursee generali) does cost more than obsolsti
necessary rxp n*** is evident Ir in the facl that ih
busiaess is c wideren i rofitsblc. J lintstoek eompaniei
e ri iu y are <? : h ishert foi the hem tit. fthe sto. khi Id
eis, u..d carry on a business from ?Inch they expect-1
i rive a | rent, nf'or paying kesvy losses. VVueu ttiisob
ject i> provi led lor. tn-n th? prolil bs gins
AIl oughtbe aiuou l of tha capital is studiously lal
before th public asafundf. r indemuiiy ing the insured
few per >ai, and least oi stl ir.e stockholder*, have aaj
idi i "i such an a, proprialion of a The prom, a.v
pected to pay for ike losses, and tha excess, is no is
i-.io, of in. , ,.t-r; :i/e, a.id tlii; tn.it of ilieir lu.ersl ilivi
Now, if the insured take tins business i:it> their owi
bauds, ih y receive each this ? xross, ia th > ?aap? of te
turned premiums, so that tneir insurance is obtained a
c< it, ai.it they realize tue advantages of l.ofii insurer]
Tan.- tbe interests ol that a-tnicrous ami re.pec nhl
class which cannot uflbid to own -lock in any incorpo
rated rouipiuy. which is shut out from n share in u
maoageine ut, aud a hie i p ij - pre ,.iuni? to >we 1 the .1;vi
deudsoi others, are peculiarly reint-sei ted in the Mu us
system. Here insu aace .nie constitutes ? claim, ao
only for nil-mni'.y. ti.it for a share in the profits, and ?
. voice in ti e m m -gennv-t.
1 Tnat tli.'-s prnlit- re greti. even when prninisruo
insurance is ma-.e. the large dividends of some ul on
I joint stock oc-mpanias bear w itness. Under tbe Mutua
.? sism. tnese pr.dits ure either dividrd a , soon as ca.-ni
or, tM isg sulTercd to accumulate, form a fund winch Ii in
n ited, oi I i~ represented by scrip, a ol which larnisbe:
sdditianiil sei .r ly sgaiust loss, aud provides the preini
urns for future insurance, by the inl re-t accruing lr"ii
! its inveatmeet.
Ilm tlo- enivf an.l prominent p. cnliarity of this Coin
pany, and that on which it mainly relies for the confi
deuce 61 the public, and f.-r ultimata succo.a, is the rr
strietiuB of its busiuess, h r the eaarter, to i Ii e fasatrsav >
i?^Duelling Haust?, anu the property utuatljf centataei
iAr-r.1?. .'s.? .oi,ii.,r plan, it is neoeved, iias ..?er y e. been
la:* before ...>* |-u die.
It is well kunwu that nearly all thi lo;ses which fall
up.i ? iiiMir in,.a; are ihe eot..?i;ue:-ee of :k<
burning afv doable storehouses and t in eosuy aorcusa.
disc tiia> usually contain. Tne conceatratiou of so muck
property, sod the comparatively unprotected stuie n
whn-: ?ton s ..re i.i'tcn led, is the repeated insta ces >?
aecident.il horning testify, in eases, loo, m which a lingh
: ucki i ? i .?:i. r t first, might have quenched that whicl
no human effort^ cnui i li ally ext-i gm-h, t>uch< s ns, ih?
:..r - ifetj . -.1 I ' t iding los- in tht-1 v. nt of sn ac. id nl
dwelling b ?sts const intiy occupied, stand pre-eminent.
Areierenee tu fuels, sun to the experience uf.ever;
oa.*. will p .... that ac-cidenia ia dwelliags, arc not only
very unusual, hut thai whenever they do happen, tbe in
jury i* p.r.ia!. r.^ they an- always occupied -t niiht, an
an i nmedi .t u alarm giv< s timely im-ic,.- of the a anger,au'.
provide, for its immediate extinguishment
Lei tno househulder, then, whether be bo th owner, or
merely ilo. t cut of his dwelltn.-. separata his risk fron
llio-e whit h -ire so much more h Z irdous, by ihe i?^iir
iu.ee of h>- house. o>< of bis furniture, in suth u in inner
ds ihm it i h ill pay for its indt maity no more than its ju-<
ami eqnitabi i >| iota of expense.
Tbeaa i ishiugre ultsoftbe revival of the Mutual sys?
tem of inntrance, in several counties ef tins S-at- in
which ,f ii i b- --li udopieil ? the cstah:i.-lied characto- it
hai for years enjoyed in England, 1 in? seceral itc
,-, - :.i ii is to indemnity ann pro?u, which has marked
its spi h anon to Marina and Fire ii -urai-.ee. in our owi
ei y, leave nothing wanting in anticipation of success fu
thi- enterprise, comkinmg. as it due... tte .:eneral bri.eti-.
of the Ma-aal ly siam, with the j.iiliar restrit ti-n of that
sy sn- n. ?.j louju t d. s ? rihert
Another characteristic ? f this Company will'be baUei
ur..!.- it i. : by thir foliuwmg extract from the Charter
which describes a large class of parsons, wi.o, as agent*,
?cling ii a representative cbaracter, cannot av.o! t.-u.
?elve* in behalf of lh? principals th?y repr.-?ent of tee
privilege of Mutual Li-uracee in any o bei company:
-^3 It shall aim may be lawfil lor corporations, tru?
tefs roardiaa*. etecators, administrator', recencr? ol
the Court ol Chancery, .nd o.her public officers, or a-.ur
neys in fact, ti vr i with the saul Corporal on for th.
[m?traaee of ir.e e-tit....s a?J property n,ld by taem ii
tru?t. ?c! of their wards snd pncciiiils. or under ths.i
caie ane casn^gem nt. in like manner, ami with the bill
cave-, in r- S] CCl to '.be property insured, as if trey u.-r>
the obsolete iwneratbereof; and every noie or other oo
ligation wbiab any -urb person ah II n.ake. ?cd give fui
?ach in uranc.-, sli .1! tie charged arain-t, ard jiaid, oui ci
thee : te, ;. he pet-on or jier-o:.... fcrwho-cbe e it or
protection toe insurance is eiiect*?!; and ?Hall net be col
lee-e.l f'ram t onf.irred against, the party uiaktnr an*
givingtba sums- personally ; provided tbai kshallbede
s ituated up-.i: ihe note or obligation, that be was tfai reu
a , tru tee o- guard -n, or in a repre-entativ
ckir^cter, or as rsc. ivi or offi er .fore-a-d "
The C mpahy ? now empire* to rscpivu sppticationi
for insurance, a! r.te? m^rh lower lhan iho-e cha.ge?
apon rinrtlsr risks-e?ewhere?and will lecerva propo?*ls
f r tbe iu araace cf ? D?e bug Houses, Hoi rhols Karn.
tu?e Plate Famiij Stc I ibrsrie?, Pietnres, <tituiry
Cabinets ol NhieiaJs, snd Olh r objects. Anatomical Coi
i-rt on., an - all Household Pr party otdi*sirily kept ii
D-riling Hoaxes and actually so kept whilst insured
igai st oi irdam by tte." i Act of Inro.-puritio^.
T. - -j innerof malrjeg tbe insurance n d;ac::be:i in the
follow-.ng section of me Charter:
" $<5. Every ; erica ?ho -h.ll become s membe- of said
Go u rati i. \,-. e:re nog insurance therein, sli ,f beferr
bereceii .*? '.icy. cepr.i e his proon-.ory ante, lor
??si lam .i m may a-, -r-.a 1 he determined by ihe Di?
rectors; i par , net exereding five i er c? nt_ of s il not-,
sbalt be immediat? I ? paic -, and the reroaincer of the mid
Ce. site nrte shall be payable in part, or tbe ?hole, a'
srv lime whan tte Directors ?hall deem th? same re., lisite
( t . -payment ofMMaes by rire. and such irct-lental ex
pa rat as --iali be .;ec.?iry for tran-acticg tae business
ofsaii '"?> iijiany ; and at tbe expintion of :nc tcrw oj
iasaraBce, tha raid cct?. or -uch part of the same as snail
remain u :\. lid, after deducting a 1 lots * and expeo ?? ee
currir.i dunnf -aid terns, -.call be rehn'iuisbeo aad givte
up to je n: ik-:r thereof '
The n.ioant ofifc. d^pomte ncte*. referred i<> to tne
r??? ta^?a^ T"
if,!, ma dV:,red?nr*y be c-bumed at tie Oftcyflhe
Com"?.. No. 45 Merchanu-Exenann. ?/
and WUliam-ftTtrsU. CLJil
W a N T S.
\\"A.*lTl\ir>?A r.?ticia soivaut*. ciunuhl v. it 139
?> e-oaciy_.?3 iw
i, .ISTlilB-i. umb? .j ?.??,.; itiit) >ea-s
? ? - x.-r-.r ee In [asking aa ? rtdwrn* HI k id's of Cal
Jtar s-iii Sw.'tcr nrs.s sh-et bras- for ail * adwjfhrigat
k inch-a :a.i? ar>. co;rh. knj lc?s, tamp*. :> d.rand
tat r'? t.ra?.. ciLaci? bras- or kettles. * ire Bad clocks,
i 'i ii t ?- ?s lorenutt, would hip? r>y the year, or receive
?bareoi the pi ifitsaa a reeaaaerailoe. Aa irtersie?
sn be had ?id -amr-;-. '.wwa of bis work by spj Ijhnt ts
larOfl P*"Bis:ou. KloomfielJ. Nrw Jatsey.
.\. B. T."e advertiser has a mpenor ar-H entitr-ly nee
lian ol* lajsir.? br?>.? oj: ?f the ?res of Zinc er Spelter
V* AA rED-t H j ? .? i.-.
i .'.t?. t? learn the Book-binding business. ?.iu
?ho eau bo-.rd nilh hi* pa real? si ill be preferred. .Apply
it, :5 Ar.o street. elo of
JM? 'tt Kl !1 ftTN-A b .. s eriroeed
1 hues* ?i-nes a situation as Clerk in tome'jobbina
11 ate inthis ity. He is extensive!) ac?]aainmd taroe|h
le -;a;e ;Cl| would prefer the aituatina tM S* e?m?n.~?
He sronld auto loan n> Btt employers eis/hl hm ured ?.r a
?oasaasl doalara. Tne r>e?i of rt fereaee* profund. Ad
'v>< ' Sa>-eisn." Tribu .e cthce. dlt 4"
At. I> T fe I t. H?. r Mi Od r
' e.road ? ay_ dlf? Iw'
hV?.T3ll,ll?'s) can tie .eppUM .?::n the best of ?er
?.nit-. Mr city ?;: ! -...nr."). eis at tue ?hortest no?
nce, at .*>> East Broadway. B"0 I la
pKOVfiKTf FOK MALIS, i -
l' Grocery Store for sale, eoruarof Gild and Kroa
?reet> BrodklvB, now doin*r-a good bn aesa S oca cu
und shout ?a>'. It is a in d eh mc* ur a p. rv.u com
'i a.-.re the atto*e business. Irqu*re a* abova ? lit*
I," \? bl'.l.feXl Hl? t, J. |,|l U'utsTl?
I i can be hs.l hy Ladies and Gentleman, in j -?cb.Vftil
losse, ? stone's throw fr.im Broad -.. tp,I) at 119
>t*rc*r?stteet. near the comer of Pnu e. a tl
j>?? W A A I BU > a >e n ma i cf do
? mestie habits, ia a , ma. family (Me Bodia ? mid be
referred] ?h'ie tr.erc ,re few or no boarder* and schere
e com o-.s of a home mir t<e ?%?.-.? t.-.!. Local..i i iom
ive to tea minutes ? in east of Catharine stre i A li?
es- '. s . T-it> in ?. ni Immediately. dl5 '..
* I O A it IS?A ;;e?t.. Ill i? .111.1 Ills ladt ??. .
D dividual ean li ce .......l Ho.ru c\ i private ram.ly,
' her-there are but f*r bos den, in a .le ir.nl iituaiion
eir St Lake's Church, js?"> Hudson ?t. by eaKi a da ue
iataly. C? Iws
??ah s?i>;~- a ?. ? t .s .1. .i a..
south) sentlemeo an b' accommodated aith good
rd at No.dB Ksiie.ii strset. Also, t?oortkre^| - n
be iccornmodated with dinner 'iiti t,"
id.VRD AND KOOiMsi ra I obi tied in a p
I ... Ikmily by asiplyina at3(X Ifadson-sL i-. ;>
TO l.hl.-To .i .. . ? -.la ?? ... B| |iei
pi-t aa i back basement of thi t?o ?tory u aae >u.
reel, uear tlud?ou ?.rs t. P -?'-?.oj
rO LKT rhe basement firsta d third storiSs
^.l". ? f ' new t.rir* hoi SO. i>. ni J-.i 0 (>??. an .il ? which
i. ba paid ia board if desired. Inaaire a. 40 Bu ..n
A Si.tT.% 1.1. kak-tlTof "sTacres lor-?a
.1-. v. h.ms- . to improred, i? gu vhe itare road to
I", ifl .1 i on the same i- ? honse, bum and orehard
naTd take part eaak and remainder in sVeatera land*.
1 i' rlii ?lars apply to
r-M! I ll A WIIITHo'tK. tSJihn .t
i'O IjIs'I'?A ir..in I'.i.hr w.tn Mj ? t ir,<s
' iiiiir'de in iiitfl s i plated furuiture u a neu
ruo fern built bouse, in ' Be 'reams wila Loaid, .?her*
e re sre only luur in family
AI ? :i itei.lecl ti.i.ement. Ilirill-lieJ or ii. furnished ?
Ip U M tl Fl r-- IS .ire- L d4 Im'
^ ItOaS.USS ??'?? I, KT?A r.a aod bed r....?
jria iv ith closets, pantries, St c inuable t.ir a smaui >u....
\ -?. .inr lurje room, evtrii.vrdii-.irily well lighted, suila
? lor a work-shop. Inquire ?>u the prenii.es of
-t JOHN LOCKE, ia rear of 31 Ann at.
kfZ tYOH s ?.?.*. Oil RXCHAKGI ?
EM Country Sent. Ill miles from the city, located >a
lueeni Couuty, L. L containing apwnrda of 'i*1 acres o
r-' rste land Tin* buildinss sre one doable house, mo
arn finish, with irmtr-. marble mantles, loldiog-doors,
tc, extra kitchen; also, " lurire birus. w:i;:uii In.us cur -
life honse, shop, granary, poultry house and yardmen
. >i e. with ill other conveniences necessar? for a b.i^e
unity. The Iruit i< of the be?t kind suit lu eveiy variety
,iles, ehernes, 4re in .bundunce.
i large amount of tko money ia:iy reaaain on bond and
?: ige; or Hr.. iklva or New-York ciiv property would
?? ikon in exchange. Address L. M.8. at txriotne*
a& tf _
rabvain ? ' a a m: ? I \m ?? Ffi
?''/sS .>i!e or exchange, to tracts of haadsome Laad, eon
Mining 133 seres each, soil, of a superior quality,
ed r^itn ti.trenn?, and covered with fin* timber .
ueh aa white ..ak. hickory, beach, w ilnut, maple aud
cure.- Tbo soil Is ad^ptod t> wheat, rye coru, outs,
tin, tn'i.i co. i .vi et and Irish potatoes. The utiovo
mds will tie sold at leducvil pries, aud on term, tu
lit, .>r they soill be exchangee for almost any kind o
erehandtze fot maps, diagrams and partJealars, apply
? -Ml I II .V U 111 I MdltL. Ill J?hn ?t up s.a.re. nl tl
? rVo. IIS MOU'KIiV "is" de. ide.lly ti: ?
Hestabllahueni in Now-York to gefbargaiai in the
::: Boot a.id Shoe line , you have only to csll lo be
convinced. Ladies', Gentlemen'a, Hiesea, flors' and
.i1 <Ir-h-' (toots, Sha.ss and Otiten, in all their variety, of
lyows manufacture and warranted first r-te, ,u prices
. suit the times. Likewise a largo a*.i?rtmuat cf gosd
inutrj .?..rk, winch *ill he sold very chonp.
jy2 !. i U'ILLtAM AI.ATJ.. IM Kovery.
S-3 * tMiiVtTRT lit* ?Sever I e!o
rant new rrsewood and uinh.iKsiiv Piano
Fortes, of superior qu?luy, are od-r.-d for
?le ut the in nufaci ry. No. II West rourteeaib-arr'ei,
et re.- i iho 5tb and Clb avenues. * good ? ortment of
'. ii... Fortes for hire. Second band Piano Fori- ? bought
r t iken iu cxcli mee. i.M loi
I l'i. i e e riy? Medieine cum-? too tale.
When the ,ij?ea>e becomes inveterate
r> ECOJIS1ENDF.D by the Facnlly ? VANCE'fif
I? t nti.Rilsosaa Ullll.V AI'KKiKlVT
P ? I. I. Hv tine experience these Filla hsve
eea proved by thousand lo t.n the beat and .at. s> Pami
. Mi i cine hitherto discovered. At all seasons of the
e,ir tbey will he fisand v?-ry saJnable to all who wish to
eure themselves against sickness. They am alike ?afo
I. ildren is for any period of life, and requira no extra
ttention to dirt or to cfntblog. It bous ami L ver Com
laiots, Dj pep-ia or Indigeaiinn Nervoua Diseases, Siek
Ii ad icbe and in fact ill disea es uns.hl' from ?n Imtiure
.?.I the Blood or a disordered state of the sioiuacb
r biiwels ire speedily removed hv taki g them. Tbey
ir sent scurvy, costlveaes* and its eon eqaenc ?s, thiire
i'.rii ?e.i-faiiiiir n.en slir.uld rever be isi,boat them 'ime
-or climateeffecta I'nem no*. Two or Ihren doses will con
. .ur- the patient i f their talutary elfects, for the atomach
riil read! ft s in ita *? renetb. n healthy state of the liver
ad bwweli ?. ill ip edlly t?ke place, *iei reiieweii h'ahh
it vigor of ;. >dy and mind will be the certain result,?
fli i- i.rcue 11 faei msy be rammed an, as a medicine
\hich itrengthens the feeble and consolidatesth musele.i
I t ie slron.', J".d w.ll he found of it.liii.tr value to fo
nalea (f all sires, (if taken according to th'j directions,)
rbo eiab-tobe eenre from sickness.
l et sale, srkolcsals and retsil, by WM. WATSON,
tpothecary's Hall 30Catharine aL d" In.
CRI EBR \Tt:f> EYE-WAT ER.
%?i'r.?>(l??III!VfJ i IKE'l per
. .rd ??? HU J. FRANCIS, Oeiiti't, No
i liar* ay street, wiiiiia two doors of lb*
I was uearl- blind tbr ?...ivu years, with nebulas c? -
-ring the sight; nnd I am now perfectly restored by Or.
iEye Water. M'?kth* Hc.wm. h7 Forsyth-st
I 'n l .Ii-, ,.. .1 > >es frr a length ef 'irn? ; ruie eye was
teprrvod of sieat j sad fr^m Iba u-e of \)r. F. s prejiuia
?nil wn laa le a imrfsct c^r? in one m inth.
M??. Cox, 177 Dolsncy st.
I certify to tbe above being true ststemctiis 10 every
istjcnlar. BerreniCT Pa-tor of SiaLton st. Church.
I was almost b ind lor tnentj years with s ca'aract in
a.:b ey^, * licit ir.- perfectly removed by Dr. Fraa
? s'j aalomshing preparation for that disease.
lir?rea JosntsTOSt, 19? South si.
'1 in. eel lb rated prcpirat.on lor d .ea.es of the Eye has
iI ... rfect cure, wRi-.? hope hiul led, and eves in esses
Hsiitve : to be incurab'e. It is a perfect cure for all in
JasjDiatory diseases ol the K.e. weakuea* of sight, and
ia*made many ?on lerful cures -u araaurnsis and eata
i>:i. It i" uot prepared or sold by any in America but
Ir. J Praai .*? Numerous .-ertiiicale- can he seen ai the
We, the ur.Jer'igneii. niacy of ui hivi.g used it in our
uniiies,and ttnowing.its astonishing effi-icy tiahesita
i . . r? '....,i:ior.d it to the uotice of th' pubbc as a vala
il le remedy.
ijl'>?. vn Ddmbax, Paatorofthe MeDougal-atChurch.
S. II. Cons. Pastor of the Fin'. ( ap-.i.t Charch.
Jon* P ck Aeent for tha Home Mission Society.
J. Haaatsotr, Pastor of the Timrrpsjo-st. Cfu'rh.
Jacs BacnXS. Pa.'.or of Ibe Norm rtjptrft Ck irch
JbiUt Lame. M?:r b.r of the Pr'?b>rer> at ButTs ...
<i GLCtCry, Member of the ltoy-1 College ?f Sur
reon=. L? n ioc?No. 5 Warren ?l
rr Ani?cisl Ei es insertssJ. -h.ch cancot bedutJa
h-d from -h> Batumi -I'1 H.rel iv "1> Im
"a i E -,MI>lBIE.-?r. J- tJ.a'ieer.pronne
, . r. . t e Pectoral Candy de N.fe d Arable, for ib
?> ui s'o-v di-seisesof the lung" ??d eh-?t, BOSrSSWetS,
e tn-o t an I ?'1 fii?^>s?* prertisrtosing to cnu<umptn n,
,ih ?tssoropertt -felea-tog toe complexi^a and soften
?,i,'/ku fSeMi naotesale and retail, at tee of5ce of
,'- J.'.r inger ' I Imity street, also ?t J B. Hold's, M t
!." JT] RrAslwjyt b/ Me. Oasquet, ST3 Broadway, cor
ij ... ? ? ? txford ? New, Room, \(ji> Bowery;
r.d a. joi-a B. fiiaoccio'.. lisi Canal street. Ap.^tbeea
sa I .-.raftt ?'? or couatry mer hants wiibtnf to rill
ii wEI have b diseonot ra%d? of 5t.> pdr cent on any
::i?aar. Ag-nt for B-ocklve, Wm. Bailey, ijrueciil,
v.;ner F l oa ant Salds s' eets. did 3:*
: o all l Artft lilX; ua t*r tee Is.tj'..zv o
t common so ? T roit, orft: nzv Sore Throst?Vou
.? obtain an article ?hieh wid make a perfect care in a
-? knarr. -Jnld on'V ?t '7* He.??rr. ntO.t.neo^
OSS - VVAKVVH K. Sweep rSt-'ite; t: i Re
- in ^ejeral. No. 17 John-street, New Vorx.
Purchner of Jeweler - and Silversmith's Polisbings,
Purnicirf.., LerneD*, Pa-> ng_Bar?, troarse Silver Bin,
Lac?. fJ..t iM plated Metal*,Bookbindar'? R*gi: Stc As