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MONDAY MORNING, OCIOBfcK 21.
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ET The Office of The Tribune is removed to the
now and apaolon? building?, No. KM) NASSAU
STREET, In front of the Park, and nearly opposite
the City Hall.
HT A lew copies r,f tbe Daily and ?)x copies of th?
WECRi.v Taietri-t_ for the emlre year, neatly hound and
for sale at Ihi? other. Price at the Weekly $3, ol the Dail>
$5. Also, coruphte copies of the Lor; Cabin neatly bound.
Pri?e $2. rid. voJames of the New Yorker hound, pi i.t
|B for the y"B.-.
Within the iaRl three ?ays we have either con?
versed with or rci.eiv?d letters from most intelli?
gent Whig, in the Counties of Ulster, AtXZ
?".ANY, R_.N?SE*.A!*R, Hr.RKIMKR, OnKIDA, Lew
is. Ono. daga, Cayct.a, Chen ahqo, Ontario.
Tom. kins, Monroe and* Niagara. From each
of these Counties we have most cheering assur?
ances of Whig activity and Whig strength. At
lea*-t four of these Counties will do hotter at the
corning Election than they did in I840, when we
carried the Stnte by over 10,000, and all of them
bid fair to do emphatically well. The reverse in
Ohio has aroused our friends to the importance
and necessity of vvorkino, if they would not has*??
the foot of Luco-Focoism on their necks. TtV
candidates selected by the Whigs in each ar?
worthv and popular, and the- People are rallying
nobly to their support. If tho Whigs are beaten
this Fall, it must be in thoso Counties where they
dont try. Aro thoro any such ? How is it if.
St. Lawrenco and Delaware? How in Queens,
Schoharie and Greene? Bitterwill bo the repent
anee ofthose Whigs?if there can be such?whos?
?wpinenc-S and perfidious apathy shall surr?.nd??i
New-York to Van Buren and his Regency, and
cast a shade over the prospects of our noble Hen
rt Clay. It must not, it shall not be! Whigs !
arouse to your duty !
Vermont.?The Legislature of this State on
Friday last proceeded to the election uf a United
States Senator for a full term of six years from th?
4th of March next, with the following result :
Whole nnml?er of votes, ____? -. necessary to a choice, 115.
William Upha_i. Whig.122
William C. Bradley, Loco.H'O
Upliam over Bradley 22; over all. 16
So Hon. William Ufham of Montpelier i?
chosen Senator for six years from tho 4th o'
March next It is understood that Hon. Horae?
Everett. M. C. from tho Windsor District, and Hon
Jacob Coliamer, also of Windsor County, were
competitors for the Whig nomination.
The election of Justices of the Stnte Supreme
Court takes annually. Hon. Charles K. William
ef Rutland, has been Chief Justice for several year
without opposition, but, having? stood as the Abo?
lition candidate for Governor at the late Election,
an attempt was made to drop him this time an-!
elect Judge Royce in his place, but it failed by 3
votes. All the old Justices were re?lected except
Jacob Collamer, who declined, and William Hib
bard was elected in his stead.
The Legislature has unanimously passed resolu?
tions in favor of a Repeal of tho Bankrupt Law.
We presume there is more good sense in Vermont
than really to desire the repeal of this law ; but a
Loco-Foco having introduced the resolution, th?
Whigs did not see fit to breast the clamor which
weuld be raised on its rejection, and let it pas?*
The annual Message of Governor Paine, which
?was sent to the Legislature at the openirg ul
the Session, alludes at its commencement to the
successful negotiation of the Ashburton treaty an_
to the beneficial operation of the Tariff passed
just before the adjournment of Congress. The
direful experienco of the past is alluded to as fur?
nishing valuable instruction for the future, not onl_.
with respect to specific measure? of legislation,
but as enforcing the necessity of properly appreci
ating the responsibilities and tho duties of self
government. The Rhode Island question it.
briefly reviewed and the iniquitous schemes ol
Dorr aoti kis confederates are clearly exposed and
Two points in the Message are of especial in?
terest and value. The fitst relates tu State Educa
tional Establishments and the other to a Geological
Survey, which has been a subject of discussion foi
some years, and which, at the last session, failed
hy a rather discreditable attempt to connect if
with party questions. The Messago refers to the
relation of the Colleges to the Seminaries, and
of these to the Comntoa Schools, of the State, and
recommends that they all be placed under the su?
pervision of a competent and faithful superintend
?ent. If some judicious plan for their organization
into a System could be adopted and carried into
vigor?os effect, Vermont, after tho lapse of noi
niany years, might rank first among the States o?
the Union in the excellence and ennobling influ?
ence of her highest schools and in the general in?
telligence and worth of her people. The subject
has been ably discussed in some of her best jour?
nals and we hope to see tbe recommendations ol
her soundest men received with confidence ard
carried into practical effect. The Governor right?
ly says that " Education, in such a community, in
any of its blanches ought not to be suffered to lan?
guish from any motives of economy."
The Geographical Survey of the State is urged
upon the attention of the Legislature, as important
net only to the developement of her mineral wealth
but to her agricultural and general interests. A
sum more than sufficient to meet the expense of
such a survey is due to the State from ?.he ?ale o?
the Public Lands. Internal Improvement?!, espe?
cially the construction of railroads, is al.?o com?
mended to legislative consideration. Tb_? Mes?
sage proves the Governor to be a man of e-?arged
and liberal views, disposed seriously to regard
and effectually u? protect all the best interests of
To IM Whigs of the Stoic of New-York :
The mult, disastrous as unexpected* C. toe re?
cent Election in Ohio, i?*&* us at this time to ad?
dress you. In that State and New-Jersey alone,
of all tho*e recently holding Elections, did out
brethren deem it expedient to make a determined
effort this Fail. New-Jersey has done all that
could be wished, but Ohio has faltered. B\ a gen?
erous effort to save their State from a most iniquit?
ous and shameful Apportionment, ard the Union
from its consequences in a gross misrepresenta?
tion in ihe Houae, such a* ha* so long been exhib?
ited in th. Senate, th? Whigs have subjected tbem
selve*. however oojusUy, to the charge of anarchy,
and that has sufficed far their temporary proba?
tion. By a majority of b_rsh 3,000 in 220,000
vote?i---or I?.?? than titie in seventy?they are over?
borne. The manner of this defeat is as evident
a.?, th. cause. While there ha.- Leen an increase of
votes in the strong LocoFoco Counties, th. Whig
strong-hold s have beer, but partially drawn out:
and enough Whig votes refeftain unpolled in five
Counties m have changed entirely the restait of the
contest. Shall the warning be lo..t upon our ERIE,
Cha.tac ??le, Washington and Old GekesezI
We would not underrate the mogn.tude of this
dl-u.it.-i. Doubtless in 134-1. when the naine r?
HENRY CLAY?s directly before the People, th.
Whig voters whose apathy has caused this mischief,
will come out, and Ohio be found on the -ideofhei
principles and her interests. No man can compare
the vote of the several Counties and not see that
the State would at this time have given a decided
majority for the Whig candidate for President.?
But the deplorable consequence?-of this reverse are
more imminent and at the same time more endu?
ring than those of a wrong vet?? in 184 !. The}
extend through the ?hole ?d" the ensuing ton year?..
By this result the Loco*Focos are empowered to
consummate their villainous pian of Apportion?
ment, which piles up all thedec.ocdly Whig Coun?
ties in six Distri.n-, r.n? di-tribuie--. the L?co-Fo
co strong-holds so as to cover and bind down all
the dc-bateable ground, giving to that party fifteen
on the present vote, and fourteen (or two-third?.
of the entire delegation) in defiance of n popular
Whig majority of thousands. Throughout, the en?
suing ten years, then, we must surely expect to
encounter, no matter what may be the verdict of
her People, the two Senators and two-thirds ol
the Representatives of Ohio arrayed in deadly and
unceasing hostility to the Restoration of a Um
FORM National Currency, to the Protection
ok our Home Labor, to the Land Distribution,
und to all the great measures essential to a rebuild?
ing of our National Prosperity.
Here is the p*?int of danger on which we have
been impelled at this time to address you. The
Loco-Focos of Ohio, though they have triumphed
at this time on the strength of their deafening
clamor of ' Treason V against the resigning Whig
Members of the lute Legislature, und by masking
for the moment their deadly hostility to any form
? >f Banking or Paper Mon.y, are yet decided anil
?rank upon atl questions of National Policy. The*,
?re Destructives of the least equivocal stamp* op?
posed not merely to all measures looking to a Na?
tional Currency, but openly, bitterly hostile to tbe
Protection of American Industry. Their Governoi
?lect is understood to be a Calhoan man ; they an
?11, with rare exceptions, supporters of the Cal
boun doctrines. There is no * incidental ' noi
horizontal ' juggle about them. In hostility to
Protection and hatred of its advocates, they art
?tot exceeded by their brethren of New-Hampshin
?r South Carolina. And such will inevitably b?
'be large majority of their Representatives ?h the
next Congress, no matter what may be the vote o:
Thus, Freemen of New-York ! the greatissue ol
Protection or No Protection comes down to you.
Ohio, though still Whig at heart, and safe to vote
with us for President, throws her giant weight foi
.ears into the scale of British Free Trade. A ne?
Congress is now to be elected, in which a desperate
-nuggle will be made to repeal all the Protectivi
features of the New Tariff, and reduce it to a sys?
tem of low horizontal duties for Revenue merely
New-York is the first State to elect legally Mem
bers of that Congress. Shall they be consistent,
hearty advocates, or disguised and treacherous
enemies of Protection ? Your votes and your cxer
t-rtions must speedily determine.
For more than fifty years, down to last winter,
the State of New-Yoik has maintained one uni?
form position on this question. Her voice ha? been
spontahcously, earnestly raised in favor of the
principle and policy of Protection. Her illustrious
Governor, George Clinton, urged its adoption
even before the Federal Constitution was formed,
as well as repeatedly afterward. Protection to
Home Industry was one of the chief induccment
to tho foimation of that Constitution, and of hei
assent to it. Her far-seeing and eloquent Ham?
ilton early and ably illustrated and defended the
policy of Protection, in a Report which lias never
yet been controverted. Her patriotic Tomfkins
repeatedly and zealously urged in his several Mes?
sages the most efficient Protection of our Homt
Industry by the repression of Foreign rivalry. So
did her great De Witt Clinton, as well as most
of his successors. Her Legislature in each cast
responded to the sentiment, not only with alacrity
but with lemarkable unanimity, as the Journals
abundantly show. On no important question has
there been such entireandcordial unanimityamong
the People of New-York, through half a century
of agit_ation, as on this topic of Protection, down
to the era of Loco-Focoism.
If the question of Protection or No Protcctioi?
could now be submitted directly and simply to the
People of New-York, we cannot doubt that the
cause of Protection would triumph by an over?
whelming majority. How, then, is it in danger
of subversion ? By indirection and fraud?by de?
ception and concealment?by jugglery and trick?
by a skulking silence and words which ' pallet
with us in a double sense/ Witness the vote ol
Silas Wright for his constituents accompanied by
his Speech against ihem : witness the Delphic
oracles of the Loco-Foco State Convention and
their echoes from the Albany Argus; witness the
response of a prominent Van Buren candidate for
Congress, when questioned as to his view?, of tho
Tariff, that he had not yet read the act, and did
knoic whether he should be for it or against it !
Can such a man, can such men, be fit Representa?
tives of the Producing Interests of New-York in
the crisis which tbe first session of the next Con?
gress must present f Can men so ignorant or so
deceitful on the very highest and most imminent
question of National Policy, be proper guardians
ol our Agricultural aud Mechanical interests j_d
the struggle so rapidly approaching ?
Fellow-Citizens ! the course 0f our opponents
oat of the city of New-York, evinces a deliberate
inteniion to bood-wink and deceive tho people on
; this vital question. If our Farmers and Mechanics
I can by smooth, hollow words be lulled to sleep on
this topic, ana ? Regency delegation to Congress
elect-id, then wiil Van Buren be ready to play
openly his game of rivalry with Calhoun for the
support of the Anti-Tari?" States, by decisive and
unequivocal hostility to Protection. Then will the
dishonest cavils against the insufficient duties on
Wool, by that party which resisted even the in?
crease of duty that was effected, and the deliberate
falsifications of many items of the New Tari!.
now resorted to by oar opponents, be changed for
that ??equivocal and deadly hostility to Protection
now displaced by the Loco-Fccos of New-York
city. Then will be revived the old plan of'carry?
ing the North by party machinery^ and ti-e South
Ly failing in with its measures.' Be not decei%*sd.
we entreat you, Fellow-Citizens.' A result adverse
to the Whig party new is virtually a decision
against the principle of Protection, and wili proba?
bly seal its downfall Will you not arouse to avert
so deplorable a disaster ?
On the ?uhject of our Internal Improvements.
we would fain speak at some length, but it has al?
ready been faithfully presented in oar Whig Slate
Addresses and ihe Circular of our Senior Stats
Committee. It seems to us iirpcssible that the
People should deliberately vole to arrest all oui
unfinished Public Works for twenty years, and re?
sult to Direct Taxes to supply the deficiency ol
R.u-nu.. In these twenty years we shall pay
Twenty-Five Millions of Dollars in interest alone
on these unsightly, useless and ruinous Works,
when they might pay their own interest withir.
five years if speedily completed, and nearly .?tin
gui.-h their entira cost within the twenty years thai
Loco-Focoism dooms the people to groan under
the burthen of grinding Taxation to pay the cost
of shapeless piles of stone an?l thriftless furro*v;
in the ?_*iirth. Are we wrong, Fellow Citizens ? It
t*xpreBsif)g our belie? that this _?top and Tas. polic*
will ?opt. sol our People against all Internal Im
provement, by causing them lo feel keenly its bur
tbens and lightly its blessings?and that it wt__
designed by its authors to have this eSe'ci * An
we wrong in avowing our '.ir. that a perseveran.?
in this policy wiil raise up in our midst open ?<J
vocales of the abhorred doctrine of Repudiation
such as have already arisen in Illinois, Michigan
and other States under similar circumstances ? lit
assured that these advocates will not be found ir
the ranks of the Whig party; but when we s.e &'
the heud of our Councils a Secretary of State wht
boldly declares and publishes that one generador
cannot bind the succeeding, and who scouts ol
Internal Improvement as delusion and robbery, we
feel that the patience of his partisans and disci
pies under incessant Taxation for no ?ensibly bene
?cent purpose must not l?o too severely tested.
Whatever sht.ll b_ the issue of this contest. Fel?
low Citi'tie!-!?, \vc cherish the proud conviction tha:
it has been prosecuted by the Whig pcrly in i
manner worthy of upright rr.en'appealing wiih th.
; clearest convictions of Right to -.he intelligent*.
J and patriotism of Freemen. Our course has beer
manly, ingenuous and cai-.did throughout, without
fear and scorningdisguiae. We have set fully before
you our measures, and for their sake appealed tc
you for support. You know, and the whole State
clearly and conristently understands, the principle.
>.jth of National and Slate policy on which we de
??ire that the Government shall be administered
sou know what we propose to do if the Peoplt
? hall confide to the Whigs the power. But ho**\
is it with our opponents ! On tho great questior
of Protection to our Home;Labor where are they !
?-.-here on that of Internal Improvement? Wit?
ness their anti-TarifT fulmin_t:cr-s from New-York
city?i heir Protective Tariff resolutions in Wash?
ington County?and their point-no-point, 'inciden
ral' dodges and guilty silence in most other Coun?
ties. Witness their Erie Railroad resolutions in
'he Southern Tier, vociferously proclaiming thai
this Railroad shall bo made a State Work, strange
ly coupled with abuse cf Whig extragavam
-chem??s and a 'Fifty Million Dabt.' Witness
their Senator's vote for coupled with his speech
against the New Tariff, and Mr. Van Buren's si?
lence to our own citizens, gently broken by ur.ti?
Tariff whispers to his Southern allies. That par?
ty can only obtain power by deluding c.n? betraying
???me portion of thoie v-ho, deceived h y its Del?
phic oracles, shall contribute to its triumph. Il
could not bear sway a year without grossly wrong?
ing at least one portion of its supporters. It rest.
with you, Fellow-Citizens ! to say whether a par?
ty which on the most vital question? ?hvolved in
the result of our Election, either has na commoi:
principles or dare not avow them,'shall be called
to rule over us. To avert such a public misfortune
our sternest efforts are unceasingly put forth ; letu:
hope that yours will not be wanting to render them
effectual and triumphant.
Whigs of New-York! the eyes of the Union art
fixed anxiously, b'*t hopefully, upon you. Youi
brethren in other States appreciate the difficulties
and discouragements under which vou labor, but
they k?ow thai in strength of numbers and strengtli
of soul you are equal to your aiduous, your glorious
position. Again, as in 1838. you are called tc
bieast and roll back the tide of Loco-Foco suc?
cesses?to reanimate the hopes and thrill with joy
the breasts of the friends of Prosperity throughout
the land. Your energies are adequate'to this great
work of National beneficence if you will but put
them forth?and you will do it. The memory ol
a glorious Past is the assurance of a joyous Future.
Rally, then, in your might, brother Whigs ! per?
fect immediately your Organization by Counties.
Towns and Districts ; diffuse information, arouse
the inactive, and be ready on th? 8th of November
to give an overwhelming majority for the preser?
vation of the Tariff, the prosecution of our In?
ternal Imfrovements, for Clay, Bradish and
Firman, and the complete restoration of our Na?
KUFIS KING, \
VTSSCHER TEN EYCK. | Yonne Men's
CHRISTOPHER W. BENDER, >State Central
ROBERT S. C?SHMAN, ( Commit,?...
WILLIAM N. STRONG, I
EJ3 Hon. Je HS C. Spencer. Secretary of War,
came down to this City yesterday from Albany, on
his return to Washington. It is understood that
he has formally renounced the Whig party, and
has written a letter to a Western friend, which is
to be published at the season most calculated to
rentier it effective, denouncing Mr. Clay and the
Whig measures, a Protective Tariff excepted.
KP Hun. C. A. WictLtFFE, P. M. General,
has returned to Washington from his Western tour.
DCF Rev. H. 0. Sheldon will lecture on the
connection of Labor and Education with a view to
improvement in Intellectual Culture, at the Sands
street Church, Brooklyn, This Evening.
'XjT A man named Peyton committed suicide in
Posey, Harrison Co., la., a few days since. Rea?
?t?" The Loco-Foco Railroad Convention,
which was called to reassemble at Owego on the
?Stn uIl, came up missing?no Delegates except
j trom Steuben. Can any one tell us why T
LiWTER-' DiART?This Day. October 2-1 tb.?
Sl*?ERI0R COCRT-Nos. 8, 24, 25, 5*3,76,2_,-9, 30, 23,3*, 77,
?M. lK4, 172. 42, 62, 38.
" Common Pleas-Part 1-Nos- 97,105,15, 111.113,117,
119, 121,123,125. Pan 2-Nos. 14,30,60, 62,64. 80,68,70,
72, 74. 78.
ClR-CTT Cocrt?Nos. 86, 37, 2-7,7. 140, B, 18. 56. 83, *3?,
105.11*3 1-15. 145-, 161,166,1.7,8,12.91.103, 1-56,82, 168,46.
IDO, 96. 11*7. 77, 135, 20, 24, 79.120, 127, 150, 73,76, 126, 112,
2, 30,106, 40.
Se PERIOR Cocrt.?Before Chief Justice Jones.
George B. Morewood -. Co. vs. Samuel L. Mitchell.?Action
to compel defendant to pay amount cr-dite- to his brothers
on his reco-nmt-ndaiion.?Aclerk of Mr. Morewood testified
that .Mr. W. L. Mitchell, on behalf of his house, was de i
roa? of obtaining credit for .1,50'"' worth of hemp, the firm
of W. L. k S- Mitchell at the ?ame lime owing about $800.
He-srs. Morewood required a reference, and Mestrrs. W_-d
huli _ Mi-turn, and Sa?jod I- Mitchell, the defendant,
were gi*.e- as sich. Tue witness was sent to inquire oi
*_._. -ie ?rst saw Mr. Minturn, who observed that he be?
lieved the bou*, to be good, bui he would carry witness
round to a man who knew ail about them. He went with
witness to the store o: defendant, corner of Pine and Water
str-reis. Defendant was angry at my goiug round to in?
quire. He said ihe firm ot W. L. it S. Mitchell was per?
fectly good, and he would as ?con bave their notes ??s lb ese
of George Morewood ?_ Co. The credit w? acc??rd:n**ly
given, but the rotes protested. The- -rial was bull on v. hen
the Cocrt adjourned.
Common Pleas?Before Judge? Ulshc-fter, In
graham and lngli?.
DECISION*?.?Lonis De Boudloa?Mutton to reler-e the
defendant from impriaoament, he having been confined 15
months in the penitentiary on accuuni cf disability to pay
a fine of $250 ?The Court, in rendering ils decision, staled
that it had no ge,nrral power to remit fiats imposed by the
Court of Sessions, and can only remit when it appears thai
the prisoner has been tumble, e*rer since his conviction, to
pay. The Court is DOt sa__ed th.t tbe petitioner .has been
so unable, and therefore has not power io act. Tue renie
dy i? by seeking a pardon Irotn the Executive. Motion
Laura M. Sherman vs. Eliphas Spencer.?Action tore
cover a penalty of $50 against an of*"cer who made a dis?
tress for rent, and who did r._t return the original warrant
o! _i**_*e? ?nd affidavit, and file ihe same in the County
clerk's Office within ten days after the good? distrained
were sold. Verdict tor plaintiff continued, with .ost?.
Charles Brady v.?. John M. Bixhy.- On an action to re?
cover $249 instead of $163, Ihe latter, as ?"?ipluli"Y?ii"
been given erroneously hy defendanr, and l?Jten by plaimid
on account o! hts stg-t -'e'.iig injured, and not able to see
the?lCOf?- feefcrees had decided that there W-i nothing
.lue to pl-intul" fti-ia defendant, a settlement having tak'-^
place; an.t m?nioii is made to set the report a.ide. Motion
Daniel B. Taylor v?. Samuel S. Wurde!'?Aeiien on a
hill tor whitewashing Crot?n ?water pipe.?Ordered-, that if
plaintiff consent, to receive ?34 86, in balance, die verdict is
confirmed, with cos_: o til et wise, new trial _ ordered?
costs to abide ihe c v'eur.
CoP.rect'o.?,.?in the t?-timony of :.Ir. C. Chentry io the
trial of Charlp.-: S. Holt, in the Court of Sessions, for a
nuisance at No. 53 Downing street, by some unaccountable
blander of the compositor, ilr. C. was made to soy that he
had soId defendant, lor his manufactory, " a lar^?e quantity
of damaged pork, some of iirusty, but more of it frosted or
rotten." The above sentence was written by the reporter
as follows : "Mr. C. Chenery deposed to baring snld the
defendant for hi? m inufacture, in ?\ugust and September.
1,015 barrels of stilled nor"--, of tr.fmor quality, such as is
rent to the fytst *ndi?s and the South. Some of it is rusted,
ont fufiie -fit is spoiled or rotten.''
Police Office, Saturday.?Larcenies.?A
woman ramed Nancy Martin, wea i; re?ed and coniniiitt d
for Stealing a cloUi overcoat, worth Si, from Jeremiah Sul?
livan, rear of No. 67 Molt street, on Friday evening.
John Daley wus caught in'the act olstealing a pilot cloth
overcoat, worth $10, from the wagon of James L. WjJSQQ ?]!'
East New York, for which he wa.? committed to answer.
Charge or BoRCl_U?' and Theft?A man named
Smith Reed, late ofMlddl.town Point, merchant tailor, and
tor the last month boarding at 157 Washington street, was
arrested by officer Stokely, charged with having, between
the night of the 15th and-.he t-orning of the l.'ih iu?ta?is,
burglariously en'.ered the itorc of Messrs. Hook k Towns
end, No. "9 Maiden-lane, by means of fulse keys, and sto?
len 4 pieces and remnants containing 127 yards or silk vel?
vet, '._ silk and satin scarfs, _c. worth $537 50. Three o'
the 4 pieces of the velvet were found on the premises of the
accused, as also a remnant of salin, which he said were
brought to him in a champagne basket tor him to sell. He
was belt1, to bail in $1,000 to answer.
Coronkr's Office.?Death by Jumping or
Fall'.nt..?The Coroner to-day held an inquest at No. 1PI
Leonard street, on ihe body or Margaret Waterman, a girl
of the town, ?f intemperate habit.?. The deceased, who
resided ni die aL ?ve place, had been on a spree for about a
week; was confined to her bed in the 3d story part o? Fri?
day, and between 6 and 7 o'cIock ofthat evening was found
lying on ihe ground iu the alley-way between the house?,
SO dieadfully injured that ?he died a few minutes ufier
wards. Verdict, that she came to her death by failing or
jumping irotn ihe roof of bouse No. 161 Leonard-street.
Fire.?About9 o'clock laateVtaitiga fire broke
out in a fratrie building occupied as a carpenter'?
work-shop in Tenth-street between Second and
Third Avenues. The building und its contents
Dcel.?The Philadelphia Evening Journal ol
Saturday states that a duel was believed to have
been fought en Birgci's Island in the Delaware
near Burlington that morning, betwesn two Mid?
shipmen. Midshipmen Knapp, another who
report says was named Downes and another
Ryan. The former was said to have been killed
ut the first fire, though no particulars were known
and the report had not boen confirmed.
Fatal Duel.?On Sunday last, two Spaniard?:,
fishermen, having quarrelled ngreed to tight with
knives. They met near Clark's house, on the Bay?
ou Road, arid in the couise of the rencounter, one
of the combatants was stabbed in tbe arm, the
weapon penetrating through the muscles to the
chest, near the heart. He was found weltering in
his blood, by a party of gentlemen, and transported
to the Hospital, where he expired yesterday.
_' [N. O. Bee.
Larg_ Fire at Sc?ghticoke.?A fire broke
outut Scagbticoke Point in this County on Thurs?
day morning, and destroyed the barns and sheds
attached to the public house of Mr. Congdon, with
their contents, seven horses, a cow. and a quantity
of hay and grain ; also, ^ fine block occupied a?
ilwpliings, shop;-, -c. The property destroyed
was paiiially insured, but the loss is heavy.
[Troy Whig. Friday, Oct. 21.
?A. Seizure.?A Custom-house officer at Boston,
seized on l hursduy, seven steel engravings, which
were dune in London, and brought over in the last
steamer in the trunk of one of the passengers.?
They were in ihe hands of the printer, who had
time to take one proof of each; and were intend?
ed as embellishments to u popular literary periodi?
cal issued in that city.
?Another Morder.?Wiiliam Pullin was com?
mitted to the Jail of this City on Monday lasr.
charged wiih killing-Lewi?, at u corn husking
the Saturday night previous.
[Raleigli Register, Oct. 21.
FT G. W. RALrff, E>q. ha? been appointed a Commis?
sioner in Bankruptcy lor ihe dUuicl composed of tbe Stale
of Illinois, to act tor the Slate of New York. His office is
at 17 Lib-, rty street. '
FT Tne improvemems in the manufacture of Silk in tbis
country keep pace with the increa-ed attention to its cul?
ture. At the fair of ihe American Institute we not only
saw remarkably fine specimens of raw and manufactured
silk, bot we were ?track with the simplicity and ingenuity
of several of the uewly invented silk reels. That of Jones's
especially appeared to us quite perfect. This little machine
which is very cheap, and simple in its construction, pos?
sesses advantages over any with which we are acquainted.
It not only reels and spool? al the same time, bat it prese met
anevenand regular thread, while its movement? are so
smooth anti regular that the silk rarely breaks.'
O* Mr. Covert, as will be seen by his advertisement
?rives a fine Temperance Copcert this evening at the corner
of Chrystie and Del/_cy streets. We doubt not it will be
well worth attendance.
WlUTIHG?The eel briry of Mr. Bristow, as a teacher cf
writing, makes any mention of his great meritssuperfluou? :
but it may not be generally known that to conform to the
times he has reduced his terms from twelve to six doll?i?
The *o"S*?*m of Short-band Writiag laughl by Mr. B. is gen?
erally admired, and for either ibere is no teacher we can
roore cordially recotarnend to public patronage. His acad?
emy is at 235 Broadway. _
FT The New-Tors; Museum uresents unusually power?
ful attractions this week. Mr. Nellis, tbe wonder ?f ibe
world, bom w'ubout arm?, i* engaged. He will perform
bis utraoniinary exploits. Mr. Collins, Mr. Delarne, Mrs.
Phillips, Mr. Wright and MasL Young are engaged ; m ad
?ition to which, you see Museum Curiosities, Picturt? Gal?
lery, ate. all for one shilling: So wonder tbe place is
crowded to excess every night with ?jch strong inducements
0__F The Lite and Speeches of Henry Cl.
No. X., bringing down the Life to the era of ?
Adams's Administration, is published. No. 3
is delayed for a few days at the request of the
?raver", who desires to make the Portrait
Mr. Clay which will accompany it a little bet
than any ever yet issued. It will probably appt
by Wednesday, and will complete the First Y
time of this noble work. All the numbers are
sale at this office.
OCF Wc trust that none of our friends will f
get that the great Fair of the American Insttt
has been continued until Wednesday night, wl
it will positively be closed. It has been crotca
for the fortnight it has already been kept opi
and the interest in its exhibitions 3eems to be t
at all abated. We hail this tact as indicative
a growing regard for the producing interests of l
country, and an increasing respect for those in?
tutiu.n-* which lostet; an 1 e.icourafe them. \
trust none of cur readers will fail to visit the Fi
before it closes.
OCP The Nashville Whig, of Saturday last, i
der-?tands that Gen. Jackson received a pain
injurv in the forchvad, on Thursday, by the up?
tin? of a carriage, near tbe Hermitage, in whi
he was riding out to visit a sick neighbor.
_CT Sa?-ds's ?.'.!tsArARiL-_\.--?!CROFCL.v.?other disea
bat?, -.lan: ibcir thousands, bal Scrofula has slaiu it> ten
thousand*.. Th'b vrry alarming affection appears unae
great variety of forms, iroui ibe tJigbiest deviation Ir
[?califa to the ro??st fatal ? I local and general di-ease. (.
ol it- mo?t couinion lorm? is tubercular Phthisis Pulmoiii
or consumption of tbe lungs; di?ases of tbe bip and ki
joint and white swelling?also tbe -elands of tbe neck ?
i-ili-r parts uf ibe body. Experience has shown that Sam
'-'n. ;,ii>arUla u- a cuie'for this most Inveterate corupla;
ami it: numerous instances it ha?? brought returning^ bet
and life where tbe vital spark bad almost fled. From
preparation and peculiar combinan.'?i wiih other vepeta
substancia il op?rai?*? by removing in the tirsi place unb?
ihv action from ihe dt?.as?-u i rgan., substituting bean
action in iu place, ami giving tone to the general energ
of ihe system. FQcparticular? of itl curative p_wcr?
different adve_*t_sctueni_ in the daily papers.
?'r?pare?! ami -??I t wholesale and retad, and for expoi
lian, iiv A. R. ?ntuis i: Co, Druggists am| Chemists, Crnt
Boildine, No. 573Broadway, c.?- ? Jt ?namoer-ttreVi,
\ork. ???M al?2 l3 A B, 11). Sands, 7? Fulion .treei.e
..-rof Cii.l street, and Davul Sands it Co., 77 Ea-l Uro
wav, corner of Market-street
Price il per l-?')ti!?-?fr'x bottles for $5.
A WortriKP.Fi-L ?Ji-re KryecTEB?A-jentleinnn a-rit
here a lew days a^o .n much allhced with A.tlimu ibat
friend? dare not let him travel alone, but came on with hi
Shortly aft.r he arrive. here be wa* attacked very s.v.
A friend o? lili ccir.e np to Dr. Covert's ortice, No. 1S5 N
?_u ?..reel, and purchased a bottie of Covert's Balm
Lue; be look it,and in two ?lay? prououncetl himself
tirely free from all ?ytnptoius of tbe disease. This valuu
medicine is doing womters in relieving those at?lic-.ed w
coughs, colds, consumption, dyspepsia, and bronchitis,
full account of cures certified to by lhose who have bt
uiU-cted, may be ?een by calling at Dr. Covert's Medi
?rtice, Ido Nassau street, under Clinton Hall, New York.
COtTStJ-lPTION .?..nd Liver Cc ..plaint.?Professor Bo
bolU'S Compound Syrup oi Capuana is the only medici.
that can be ?depended upon as a remedy ?or those fe?r
maladies. Ali who have u.*ed it, testily toils Unrivaled \
tu??s. It always uffordj relief, and has perlormeil cures
ca-cs ?..here nil oilu-r remedios taited. Horace Ever?
?07 Green?ich-.t_.ct, is sole Agent for the genuine artiti
o-t) -It Th F M k T _
HT Sixth < on_;r(v.tiKiial jOintrict.?The 1
mocralic Whigs ol the Ulli, I2lb, 15ib, 16ib and 17tb Wa
comprising this District, and all other? who tir. in favor
? "-*?-_?___t4_?^?nir our Laboring Men, Mechanics, Manufactun
Merclitiiit_>nWd*_^.culuiri?|U., by a TARIFF; ol a Sot
National Currency, an .<_u_l Dislri&utiou of ibe procei
of the Sale o! ?:e Pqblle Lands ar.v.ng tbe _-let?, and
HENP.Y CLAY for our next President," are reque-le?
attend a public meeting to be held at Constitution Uall, 1
650 Bread way, on Friday Evening next, the _8lh Octal
at 1\ o'clock, P. &!., to hear the Report of the Nominal
Committee for the Sixth Congressional District.
By order of the Convention.
WM. B. HALLOW, Chairman
Geo. W. Stu.k_.es, Secretary.
Evening papers please cop.v. o2
. mmtamj- v?
IT Independent .Vliig? to ?he Rescue !
meetioir of Hi? Third Cons.re?-i.)nal District, will be h?
This (Mondav Evening at the Verandah. 18 We .-street.
o_4 It* By order. WJ|. OAKLEY", Chairman
IT The Independent Whig Electora of tl
Third Congrenniounf .District to their F?
lovv-CitizeBM.--Tbe power ol money lias triumph
and J. P. Plicenix has the nomination to Congres?. Y
know full feil tbat his name was submitted to the people
their ward meetings, and only one delegate chosen for hi
and yet wealth has bought die ftvor of being a candidr
for public honors.
Tbe qutMloti v/hicli now arises i . will we consent to
sohl and tram-ferred like mi_.rnbl. .?laves aad serfs, to e
vat?- a man who it is not pretended bas any qualificatif
for the place . He would of course keep house in Wai
ingtonashe does in State-street for the midnight ent
lainmenl of the exclusive dictuo s who have bargained I
his elevation, and who have already divided amoug the
-elves all the reitpectnbie offices of ihe Government to
distributed as they alledge in 18.4.
All tbe candi.'lates before ihe Convention,no matter wli
their merits, have been turned off, and th?ir friends d
honored, to make way for this man of money. Every efii
will be made by the tyrants of our party to drag us aft
'hern. They call us rebels, disorganiters and cursed Nor
River rabble They cry out for r-gu'ar nominations. Son
of us know that no nomination ever made was more irreg
lar. more diigraceful, more regfln!le--s of tbe rights of tl
People than theirs.
It now rema.ns for the independent, unc.f.taniinatt'd ai
honest electors of the district to assemble, consult, dec!?
and act. If nmniinations to ??portant posts are to tal
place without regard to capacity or desert, but influenc?
by m'iney, those who tamely submit to such nomiuatio
have lost all sense of sliai??-, all te.-pect for themselves?, s
I??ve of country, and all concern for their dear-boustln 11
e:ties. (.?--t 1") THIRD WARD.
__TFirt?- Ward) A-t_ntf____?Tbe fforth Riv
Check Shirt Party will meet at the ? Verandah,' No.
Wnsi-street, on Monday Evening m-xt, at 7 o'clock, on bu:
oes*, of Importance to tb?* Working Class. Punctual alien
anee of every Slave is expected. Bv order ?*>f the
- .-__-. ? - ?
That same Old C?xm.
IT IVinth .Vnrd.-Tbe Clay Club of the Nisi
Ward are reaue-te?! to attend a regular Meeting on Mo
day Evening the 24th Oct. inst., at the Rob Roy House,co
ner of Greenwich and Leroy sis. at 7 o'clock. All tho?
who wish to join the Club can have an oippurlunity <
tloing so on the above evening. Bv order.
HIRAM RICH, President
JPMi.DT0N Smith, i ^-^'^ o22 2t
IT French .Language.?Meuesca's Oral and Pra?
tical System. The SUhscrib-fr, fully iustruci??i! by the lac
John Manesca in the use of his system, is forming a secon?
Evening Class, Jylnch will commence on the 1st Novembei
Gentlemen wishing to join will pl*ase call and enter thei
A Lilly's Cla-s has ??st connapnet!, which n few mor
can join. A sr<*oud L .dy'?? Class will commence on tbe I?
November. L. MANESCA DURAND,
??24 eod it ___________________ "6 franklin.
HT _Lecture to _Ladien.?A Lee are on Tempei
anee, reliitmg more particularly to female influence in con
nection with this subj?*rt, will be delivered in the Brainan
Pteshvterian Church (Rev. 3Jr. Smith'?) Riviogton street
near Orchard, thl- (Monday) evening, at half-pa?t 7 o'clock
by Dani-l Kimball, Esq , ?l Massachusetts, a reformed ine
briaie- Tbe public are invited to attend. Ail classes, it i
believed, will be interested in the facts and reasoning en;
braced in this lecture. o24 It*
ARE THE WHIGS ASLEEP ?
0*LIFE OF HENRY CLAY, with a large Engraving
?This work has been prepared expre-_y for the Nev
Woblo by an experieuced author and politician, from th?
best and newest materials and most authentic sources. I
will unquestionably be the lext-book in tbe coming Prt-M
d";ilial El??ction, and is intended to b? circulated in eveij
house in the Union, through the agency of Clubs andTowi
Committees. Terms?$5 per hundred ; $40 per theusand
The postage is only that of a single newspaper. Order
from individuals, committees, tic, enclosing cash, (pos
paid,) will lie promptly attended to. Sixteen ??pies ar?
sent for one ?lollar.
LIEBIG'S ANIMAL CHEMISTRY?Second Edition.
?So great ha- b?*en the ?lemand lor this important and val?
u _b?- work, that a second edition has been issued, copies o!
which can now be bad at tbe ot?ce, SO Ann-street, and by
all the agents throughout the United State?. Price 25ccsU?
only,betngone*fifih the cost of any other edition. It a con
laintd in a double numbe r of the New World, in a hand?
some octavo iorm, with a cover, kit, in which manner all
future extras wilt be issued Irom this great book publishing
OFFICE 30 ANN-STREET, where subscriptions are
received, and all cheap books are to be purchased. o24
IT Dr. Starkweather*? Hepatic Elixir.?
This inesuraable preparation has taken preceden?,, of every
other article before the public, and unlike the ge&erality cl
advertised medicines, L-. receiving th. highest encomium?
Irom tbe medical faculty, and i? pr?*scribed by many ot
them in this and other places. It is unqae^tionabiy saperio?
to any other medicine ever compoanded, and has proved
r_i'_?re essentially serviceable in bilioas disorders and dyspep?
sia than any other composition extant Nota single instance
of its tailnreto proauce a beoe?cial effect has ever come to
the knowledge of the propritnor or his aerents, which is cer?
tainly sufficient proof of its aiK___.__c.-d eliicacv.;
Every p?rrson who is the least inclined to a bilious habit
should at once commence its ose, and they can ?ositi.ely
relv upon it? healin? virtn-fs. ^^
CHARLE*- Dl ER, Jr. genet-al agent for the United
Slat?*s, is ai all times supplie, with tbe medicine, at 42 West?
Prepared ami ?*o!i!, wholesale and retail, by the agents,
A. B. Sands k Co. 273 Broadway (Granne Building)
?r-orner ot Chambers-st- Sold al? by A. B. k D. Sand .
DragcUts, No. 79 Fulton ?tieet, c?rn*rof Gold su; and No
10O Fulton st.; and by DaTid Sands k Co. No. T7 East
Broadway, comer of Market s_ Price 5? cents. o_4 ll*
The Attic rica n Lift borer for October.
Tbe Octooer n .tuber of ?iis work i? now puWisbed ta
ready lor delivery to subscnbers.
Th_ PltXSKUT STATE Of THE QUSSTIOS? OT PaOTtcT,
The Su.k Colttts-?Report of hit. Bliss to t_c i**_>,
lure of Ob?, wherein the whole subject is fally c_cu^
and the following question, asked and jajswered : _" ,_
Country adapte- to the produce ot Silk." Can it he do*
profitably ? 1? _tere a surticie-t market.' Is H oects?arr
give a Bounty on its production.'
I.NSTRl'CTIOWS TO SlLK GROWERS, by J. B. TiU-V?"??
Letters on the subject of Silk Cvlture, fr^?i J t
Farquar, of Cinciunati, from J. W. Gill, Mo.at Pfe^L.
W. Bebb, Esq., Hamilton, E. Wood, of Ashubula Cot_i,
J. Foi, Superintendent ot Sdk ?Manufacture, Jeffenoo ci
B. Wells Esq., Steobenville, F. Hauilin, LotaiuCoaatj
and J. Meyer, of Perry.
Ten Years or Free-Trade.
Si'EECH or Mr. Evaxs of .Maine on the Tarif?-.
Appendix, from another Speeca of Mr. Evau_c.Qtl.es__
Wool and its Manufacture.
Brief Editorials, Extracts, i.e.
Tbe American Laborer i? de-rot*? exelai-ve'y tpt-*? a?
vocacy and il _jtr?tioo of ihe Protection of Home Imioji*
It is designed to present In a compact, cheap, teada?,
form, and in a lamlliar and practical mancer, t_e i_o?i,_
reel and convincing fac?? anil arguments m support of tb?
policy of Protecting the Industry of our ?nrn People. _c
tbis end it embodies tbe ablest Speeches, Reports ?JUtijc_
and other docarceoL? on tbe subject.
FT The whole werk is to comprise a large ocuvo volajj,,
of near 400 page-, and is published in paru every ooat_
Seven numbers are already out and ready for de_*ery._,
Price for the whole tweltc number, only 75 ceSts, bi-jifci
cheapest publication or the kind ever published in tbe
United Slate- UREELEY _ ?McELRATH,
oil Tribune Buildings, 1*30N?as_a s_
FTIVcir--orh Lyceum I-ectiircfl?ft. Ccur*??
The Introductory to tbe usual Course nf Lecture* befo?
the members of die Lyceum, will "??? given early in No"?*t?m.
her, and continued on Wednesday evening of each week ?
tbe Broadway Tabernacle.
Tickets of admission can be obtained at the Librory ?wi
Reading Rooms, 411 Broadway. Byortler
o*? 4t* B. E. STAATS, Corc.WB?*_? s?cy.
FT Bonrtling.?A gentleman and his wife, ??d afe?
single gentlemen, can be ncc.-mmoilated with board and
ple?s-t!it rooms at No. 13 Cuy Hall Place. IUf?r??nces
-Actmugea. oU 2w*
? --m -
FT Great Fnrc at Wiblo'??Positively to
be close,1 on Wedn?"?id_y tbir* week.-Theia?.
hility to complet*, the reports ot the Jud^rs, ?peci?iiy ?n
the Agricultural Department, and other causes, induci
ihe Manager- lo exteud t!ie Fair three, days
MONDAY.?Mr. _?>iies will entertain ihe lovers of ama*?
with his Cambrian Harps at l-.nd f .?'clock. ami in.ihjj
evening at 8J o'cloc'i. A number of pop.lar air. will be
played, intended to he with vocal accompaniment* A?,
ram;emcn_ are also made for a short addnssof about 15
TUESDAY?The proceeds of this day will be devoted
to the L'brary of the American Institute. It i> full ef pra?.
tical books, and open to our fellow citizens every day frf
of expense. Mr. Niblo has generously offered his garden
for this day gratuitously. The public are invitt?to v_?i
the Fair and patronise ?lie L brarjr. The Press arep_?t?.
ularly desired to notice ?? benefit. In the evening; Mr.
?-due, the great Pyrotechnist,and Member of the loan??,
will make a sublime, display of Fireworks.
WEDNESDAY, THE LAST DAY OF THE FA__
All who have not been to the F.Mr should go this day. At
7 o'clock there will be an Address and Premium? a*??led
in Niblo's grand Saloon. The Naval Band ot" Music, Iron
the North Carolina will attend. Exhibitors are earneuiy
reque.Me.11 ? be pr?sent early on Thursday moriiing, ?n.
see dial their articles are not injured. ?2,
FT Death stund?? natta?t at the surDi-i?ing results
produced by Dr. Rush's INFALLIBLE HEALTH FILLS
in curing Ihe various maladies which afflict a large portion
of the human race. To all who know ibe high character
and great scientific attainment- of the late Dr. Bi*sn of Phil
adelphia, il is needless to say a word in comrocuuation pf
ibis popular medicine, the preparation of which c?thtm
yeurs of c?.reful study and long experience in th? treatn. ?.
ol diseases. ?a a letter to the young physician to whom lie
communicated the secret of compourt-inR the? Pill*, Dr.
Rush says: " I place in your bands, rayyouii_ fri.?d, a
medicine which of itself alone will be suthclant to insor?
your success as a practitioner, were you not posses?ed of a
scientific education. To tbis medicine I atu-ioute tbe great
success whist- has attrnded me daring a long and extensive
practice. 1 discovered the happy combination after intiaii?
pains-taking and repented exp?riment?. 1 look upon it?
an old alchemist would have looked upon the t'irtr rif-or
the philosopher's stone, had he been able to discover eit-er.
It I? the jus plus ultra of remedies, and I always call It my in?
fallible health pill. To men of" sedentary pursuits- to ft
male.?, whose dunes ?.onune ihem w!_:ir. d'?r*>: to pencils
going to sea, where the want ?l'exercise Is apt lo eii?ai-e?
llial dull sensation always attendant upon itdiiordere. slate
of the stomach, I have freely recommended these pills, aad
I have used them in numerHU? canes of acute ditorder, sod
always wiih the most salisfaciory success. Theie u not a
family In which 1 praclice, that I suffer fo Co unpro'i-i.
with a box of them. Their great virtue is that they smst
disease in its first approach. They are preventives si ?
as remedies-, and 1 will veatur. to say tbat, if taken by***
?ons wfcen ihey are first affected tvfifa ?ympfoms of* Jllii?,
many nnd many a case that is either s-iloui or fatal mig)h
FT Sold, wholesale and retail, by H. Q. Dagger?, 30
Ann-street, New-York, and (retail) by J. Kelly, 2.7 Broad
way.N. Y.; J. Axford, 16sBowery. N.Y.; Dr. J. E.Scott
151 Sixth Avenue, corner of TweUln-slrtet, N. \\, Dr. Fe*
lix Gauraud, 67 Walker-street, one door wen of Broadway ;
and ai all ihe respectable medicine stores In the city; alto,
by 11. Green,69*- Fulton-street, Brooklyn.
Price 25 cent? a box, neatly put up in a wrapper engraved
by Durand k Co. on "steel, with a fdc rimti? of Dr. Rotli'l
signature on each box, which is accompanied with f*ill
directions lor use. _ o34 3teod (7)
D*Dr. Whitney'? Aoti-Bilious Fill?.-?y
Liver Complaint is meant positive disease it a chronic char?
acter in the structure of that vlscus, and the most frequent
symptoms are a sense of weight or uneasiness in the rieht
aide, pain at the top of theslmuluer, ballow complexion,im
paireri and capricious appetite, irregular bowels, and dis?
colored, atTensive motions, progressIve emaciation an? de?
bility, and a quick, irregular pulse, The pain h *.emrr'lly
much increased on pressure below the ribs of the side si
fected ; there is for the most part some degree of cc-ffb,
with expectoration, the breathing is sometimes difficult ai.il
oppressed, and the patient in general cannot lie on the lelt
Under whatever form and from whatever cause the di*
ea?fc occurs, there is a considerable degree of general Ian?
gor and debility ; exercUe or exertion of any kind won ??
i igue?, Iba pulse Is weak, the sleep distorbetl, tbe haib? are
cold or are rendered so on blight occasion, and a sense of
oppression aiid disteasion, of aci-4 eiuctatlons, nan:?, ?**'?
ache, con?tipation, pain in the pit of tbe stomach, ano ?si?
lo wne** of the complexion,are preiiy constantly pre-**??
These Pills are calculated lo excite the liver to a heaUA?
action and ?_?ut in disgorging the morbid secretion? ?"aire
art gener.llv accumulated iu such canes. Tb.lr turmattca
is the result of much research, and they have been osedm
tbe last fifteen years with tbe happiest effects by p?y-clanJ
of the highest reputation. Being a purely ver?ble com?
position, they are mild but efficient in their opvr-U-ti. ana
are perfectly innocent and free from any mineral sntsunc?
whatever, and may be freely used at all limes without any
fear of ill consequence, and will be fouud superior to any
oiher preparation as a family medicine, which may be ac
ministered with equally beneficial r?solu to chiliirea ot
adults. When used in connection with Dr. Starkweather t
Hepatic Elixir, ther never fail lo core the most oli-Uaai?
case of Liver Complaint. The usual dote is one rw,?*-*
taken on going to bed, and should be repeated diree or tocr
times a week, as occa?ion may require. If a brut etts>n-c
is required, the dose may "?<- Increased one Pili or t-rore?
A number of certificates, voluntarily given are *n !~
hands of the proprietor, but it b considered entirely t**"***
cexary to publish them, as tbe medicine wlllrecommefl'iit*
self suibcleotly by a single iriaL
Prepared from tbe original recipe by
CHARLES DYER,Jr., Sole Proprietor,
42 Westminster-iUeet, Providence, K.. *?
Sol.' at wholesale and retail hy the agenfs. A. ?? a ??
SANDS. Druggists, No. 7? Fulton, corner of ????
and 100 Fulton-sireet ; also sold by Abrafiam "?'??*
Co.,273 Broadway. (Granite Buildings.) *???^?\
hervstreet, and by David Sand? k Co., 77 Easl ?ro**^w.ay '
corner ol Market-street.
D* Mr. Worn-, has returned, and will proceed with
his Music Cla-ses on iheir reyu'ar evenings. *J-*1
O- W. C. Rayner,' T?cher oTtbe P?a?iM
Organ, and Singing, No. 22 First Avenue. 0i;> m
FT Ooarand'? P.ndrc Nubtilc, ??WSS
and permanently eradicating superfluous l._i*..n _aiij *f
females' upper lips, tbe hair concealing a broad ?*??*
ted forehead, the stubborn beard of nun, or any kimto?.
pertluous hair. Be ?are lo get tlie genuine at dieorJ-i?**'
orh'ce, 67 Walker-street, one door from Broadway.
??I pur bottle?Directions French and English. v
Agents?Galfene, 4 Maiden-lane, Albany ; Myerj. Xf'
Haven; Brown,78 Chesnut street, Pfalladelpbla; J^rm.
2 Milk-str??t, Boston; Gray. Poughkeep_e; Elliott. W*"
ahen ; Wells it Humphrey?, Hartford, kc ?131*
3_* The BeyuSar T-Vetinz of th? -Wf"**?!
he held This Ev?ing al 7J o'clock, at Ccncert H?jl'*'T?7
meeting will be addressed bv Mes?i_. Carpenter, 'Oj,?t.
Kirov, Chapman, Lloyd t>f Phila-telphia. CtvttfwAW^
Phoenix Society, and tither talented speakers. Gooa a?*?
ing by the Lady Phceoix fsociety and other-. - .._,.
G?o. W. B. CcsHtsc, Secretary. o24 a
FT lYoticc.?Tue n-rab?rsof the Presliyterian Ch^*
corner of Catherine and Madisoc-streeu, are ^^T^
meet in the Lecture-Room on the evening of y,na.l'fted
-4ih of October. Prompt and punctual aue-dacce"?zfy
on tirery member, as busu-esi of very great impon??^
be br?iu_hi be ore the Cbereb for ils aaioo.__.._-???_
o222X" SESSION AND TRL8T1?*t?**
FT Second Adrent T??t?^?K;ia?oii b?***?JA_
with preaching, tbe Lord will, to mcrrow, ^"P*~L_lt*>
balf-pasi 6, P. M. ; and each evening through *5?^?|
o'clock, (ezwTt Thursday.) in the Hall coMtrai ^
and Clinton?streets. Suhjeet for Sunday-^?0"*4f l4r5
sage to Daniel. 9th chapter. 88d w?: '0'fS%'
now come forth to give ttiee tk*U and ond?*rsunmne.
FT L nionist?, Attent.__ H^*|,&?SfS
meeting ??? ibe Ass-.ciaiion win b* held *lJ^?TZ^iag,
corntrofFeart and ?-entre-?tret*t*. on Tae**?">y ??^??
FT Gov_J Omctm to Let -t fair rents ??*g?
ing No. 79 Nasr-tu-st, jnst now <^Z*dJ??'' otftf
They are well located. P1?"^3^ anrt ^?o*podieC<*
FT Beddinr _: C*?^?A??S "5
paper and Periodical Depot, and General A&?Vq11 j
No. 8 Hmte-sr-reet, Boston.