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TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 1, 1842.
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WHIG* STATE NOMINATIONS.
or rtt.AVKi.is co.
FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR,
DxstneL FOR SENATORS.
I. ?-iK . K I. OAKLEV, of Ri<*hnion?*L
II JON?PH JAN?I5iY, of Lister.
IU..ALEX. C. ?IB?0^f ?chei^etady.
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VII WffI.ff.rA7I K. MTBOlft?. ?s?neca _o.
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City Congressional Nominations.
Third District...-3. PHIJL-LIPS PH?1V1X.
Fifth ?Hstnrt....JO*VLN B. SCO!.ES.
Sixth District.....MAJUL.TOX FISH.
ROBERT SMITH, JOSEPH BLUNT,
E.G.BALDWIN. JACOB ACKER,
HORACE ST. JOHN, SMITH DUNNING,
A. A. ALVORD, JAS B. BRINSMADE,
HARVEY A. WEED, FLOYD SMITH,
SAMUEL WEBSTER, CYRUS CHENERY,
Election Tuesday, Nov. 8?(one day only.)
TJT We tried yesterday to say that The Sun conceals Uie
fact that the Enlargement of the Erie Canal will reduce
greatly the coil of transportation ; but the printer made it
concedes, which The Sun does nob
O* " Eni.la.no im 1841" is the title of Von R?umer'?,
book, and not " England in 1832," as it reads in our first ar?
ticle on the outside. _
D* D?mocratie Whig ?General Committee.
?A regular meeting of this Committee will be held at the
Broadway House on Tuesday Evening, Nov. 1, at7 o'clock.
ELLIS POTTER. Chairman.
J. EL Ho_art Haws, J s.rrH..piM,
Ed. E. Cqwle., ] --?ecrttanes. ^ a
_?*___?*-* "ihe .Democratic Whigs of tbe City and
County of New-York are requested to m?*et at National
llzll on Wednesday Evening, November 2d, at half past ?
o'clock, to receive lb. Report of the County Convention,
appointed to nominate a Register, and thirteen Members ol
tbe Assembly. JOHN LLOYD, President.
Thomas McElrath, ),
Theopore E. Tomlinson. 5 ?*"*"" ?**? Dl
?XT The Office o? The Tribune is remorad to the
net. and spacious building?-, Ko. 160 NASSAU
STREET, in front of the Park, and nearly opposite
ihe City Hall.
The Whig Nominations are now complete, and
bat seven days remain for preparation. The Eighth
is the day of Election, when New-York City
must go Whig. She nill, if all the Whigs do
their duty meantime. Our County Ticket is strik
ingly superior in character, capacity and fitness to
that presented by our opponents. Let any man
compare the names and judge between them. The
disparity must strike every candid citizen. In
fact, the managers in the name of our opponents
betray a consciousness that the Ticket they have
concocted does not deserve the support of their own
party. Otherwise, why this hanging back with
regard to their General Meeting? Why was not
their Ticket been long since submitted to the usual
arbitrament at Tammany Hall ?
But this is not the ground on which we base our
confidence of an auspicious result in the City on
next Tuesday. We believe the People will vote
with us, or at any rate refuse to vote for our oppo?
nents, because their own immediate interest, ?heir
very livelihood, is dependent on the maintenance
of the Whig policy. Every man who lives by
Labor in our City has a deep and imminent stake
in the maintenance of a Protective Tariff. The
Hatters, Tailors, Shoemakers, Weavers, ?fcc. ?5?c.
have a direct and palpable interest in the mainten?
ance of the New Tariff, which shuts out the rival
article_?*-*boretofere thrown in against themfiom Eu?
rope, the produce of the cheap vassal Labor of
that Continent, and gives additional and steadiei
employment to our own workmen. The Laborer.?
in other vocations have a less direct but equally
poiitive interest in the same way; for if these
branches are allowed to be glutted with the pro?
ducts of Foreign Labor, those who now live by
them among us will be driven into other employ?
ments to procure the necessaries of life, and thu>
the amount of work and the wages of Labor will
be greatly reduced. Every ship which arrives
here from Europe loaded with Manufactured
Goods, such as we can produce here, throws at
?east one thousand of our own Laborers out ot
?cork for the teinter, and reduces generally the
icages of American Labor. We, therefore, re
joice when one of the Posts groans that ships art'
coming from Europe in ballast to buy our Cot?
ton and Tobacco, that the rate of Exchangei?
in our favor, and Specie constantly flowing to this
country. It proves that a better state of things is
preparing for our own Laborers, our own Produ?
cers, and even for our own Commerce. Let us
pay oft" some of our Foteign Debt,roinforcc our Cut
rency with Specie, and get things in a better train
ut home, before we resort again to lavish importa?
tions. Before we buy again freely, let us become
more able to pay.
Such, we are sure, is the interest of oar Work?
ing People ; ?.ucb. we are confident, is their de?
uil".. It only needs that some friend ?hall call
upon each candid, unprcjud.c*_*d Working-Man
who is likely to vote against us, and state to hin
the views and relative position of the two parties.
They will vote right if the facts are fairly before
them. Especially must this be the case with the
Germans now settled and naturalized among us.
They are familiar with the great ?jueetion of Pro?
tection, since it has been for twenty jears discuss?
ed and acted on in their Fatherland. They can?
not vote ?.gainst Protection, if the question is
fairly placed before them. They must stand by
the cause of American Labor and American prices.
Friends of the Good Cause ! Each of you knows
some one by whom the words of truth would even
yet be heeded. Will you net apeak with him on
the subject, fortifying your positions witb docu?
ments if he will read them T We have in Th?
American Laborer a treasury .f facts and argu?
ment* which no clear, unprejudiced mind can re?
sist. But there are other documents equally con?
vincing?the first Speech of Mr. Hudson, for in?
stance, if you have preserved a file of The Tri?
bune. Fail not, we entreat you, to act efficient!*,
and speedily, and New-York will resume bei
proper place at the bead of the Whig Cities of th?
D_f GEORGE TUCKERMAN, an independen
farmer of Richfield. Otsego County, is the Whi?
candidate for Congress in the Twenty-first District
composed of Otsego and Schoharie Counties
We have good advicss from that District.
The J?ajoT and the JErenin^.Voau
In May our efficient Mayor could not coHscie
tiouily swear in the Alderman and Assistant who
he knew the Peopl? of the Sixth Ward had ?lecte
because the returns were not perfectly in form ; b
be could muster his Watchmen and other officiz
to bludgeon them out of the Council-rooms if th
attempted to take tbe seats to which the Peof
had chosen them. At the ven' moment, that ]
was thus disorganizing and arresting the City Go
ernment on the pretence of a reverence for tl
strict letter of tli3 law, it now appears that 1
now ordering a subordinate to take $5.000 of mo
eys he had collected for the City and apply it
the Cleaning of Streets, not only without a shado
of authority, but in utter defiance of the most s
cred and necessary principles of Republican Go
ernment. No meney had been appropriated for th
purpose?no pretence of authority exijt? for sut
appropriation by the Mayor?he had just as gor
a right to order that the City Treasury be empti.
into the middle of tbe Ocean.
But the money went ; and now* the Whig Con
mon Council are on the track. "Sirs." -ays tl
ex-Superintendent of Streets, " I spent it all fc
" the public good ,* here is my account balanced i
"' my way, by means ef the note? of Tom, Dicl
" and Harry, which I have taken for City proper!
"sold by me." This d?_?e? not satisfy the inve-tk;
toi h : they say. " We thought the Whig Cred,
" System had been discarded by vou Loco-Foeos
" we understand you to be opposed to mixing u
"the Government with private persons' business
" it i** now neatly six months since you had thes
"dealings; and i? they are not fictitious, intende
" to conceal defalcations, just celled the notes yo
" have taken, and pay over what you owe the Cit\
" At any rate, Mr. Mayor, there is no mistake as t
" your liability. Fork over that $5,.00 that yo
?'unlawfully diverted from the Treasury.*' Bti
the money does not come; and the Post may blu?
ter about " trick " and " falsehood " till doom
day w-ithout convincing any one that this was '
fair business transaction.* No paper know; bette
than the Post the limitations of official power, o
has a keener regard for them when th& offender i
not of its own party.
tCP The Annual Course of Lectures before th
New-York L?ceum commences to-morrow even
ing with an Introductory by Rev. Dr. S. H. Co..
whose ability and eminence, both as a scholar am
a speaker, are ' known of all men ' in this region
His Lecture will doubtless more than interest?i
will instruct and elevate his hearer.-*. The reade
will remark among the Lecturers for this seasoi
the names of George Bancroft, Hon. Lev
Woodbury, Hob. Rue us Choate, Prof. Potter
Charles EAM?s,and several of our most eminen
Clerical thinkers and scholars. The Lectures o
this Society have ever heretofore given decided anc
general gratification to large audiences, and wt
trust they will continue so to do. Gentlemen whe
do not wish to pay twice as much as necessary will
see the propriety of purchasing tickets for the sea?
son, before the Introductory is given.
[T_PThe Evening Post of yesterday?utterly una?
ble to gainsay or deny a single statement of the
Committee as put forth in the Extra Tribune ?>!
Saturday?undertakes to defend the Mayor by mis?
stating the facts in the first, instance: by positive
untruth in the second, and then repeating as an
excuse for the utter disregard and violation of the
law by the Mayor, the old story about the filthy
condition of the streets, &c.
The charge of the Committee, the charge of (he
People vs. the Mayor is, that, without authority?
say, more, in direct, gross, palpable violation of
the laws which ho has sworn to obey and faithfully
to execuU), he caused a subordinate officer to pay
over $5000 of the money in his hands (which be?
longed to the City, and which ho was bound by
law and his oath to pay into the hands of the City
Treasurer,) into the hand* of the Mayor, and thur
he, the Mayor, appropriated and paid away the
money as he thought best. We challenge the Post
to deny that such was the case?and that it was
an open and flagrant violation of the law.
Tho Post next, says, in order to introduce the
old excuse of the Mayor for breaking the law, that
"from the lllh of May last until the 16th of July,
owing to disputed seats of an Alderman and hii
Assistant, tho City Government was not organized."
If this is nota misstatement, we know not what is,
and the only answer we will give, in case there
should be any one stupid or ignorant enough to
i credit it, is the decision of the Supreme Court on
31st of May, and of the Court of Errors on the
2d July, that the Common Council toas duly
errranized the lllh of May.
The Post concludes with this very wi?.e para?
'? We have not been able to _Tami?if into the facts out of
which other charges of defalcation are manufacture?!. Prom
Urn ..al.uient of the charge., made against tbe Mayor our
__ki_lers may form a judgement of what confidence can I??'
placed in the other cbarj-es."
We care not, Mr. Post, whether y?u have" been
able to examine into the facts or not," but we
challenge you to deny ot disprove the ttuth o? the
statements contained in the Extra Tribune o? ihe
enormous defalcations and robberies, tho gross \io
lations of Law and the Frauds of the men whom the
Post has been not tho least instrumental in ad?
vancing to places of high public trust. The rend
ers of the Post, to whom he appeals in the last
sentence, must be very thick headed il thsy can be
led by such prevarications and false inferences, to
believe that the People have not been plundered
and cbeatcd by the Tom Lleyc.*. th.* Stevenson-..
the Aherns. the Prices, and scores of others of
their stamp, to the tune of thousands <.?l thousands
of dollars. And the end is not yet.
Sap Accident.--Little Rock, Arkansas, has
been recently the scene of great excitement and ot
a violent death, it seems that some dozen pet
sons had been arrested on charge of having com?
mitted ?obberies, burglaries, acts of incendiarism,
counterfeiting, ?fee., and that one of them, a des?
perate fellow named William Caldwell, escaped
from custody. The city was greatly alarmed and
guards were posted i* the principal places. On
tho night of the 7th. two separate guards weir
stationed at the house of Caldwell?neither being
aware of the presence of the other. The night
was very dark and wet. and two of the men. one
of each guard, named N. B. Thomasson and E. Y.
Baker, misteok each other for Caldwell ; and alter
a little quarrel by words?Thomason fired at Ba
kerfcand killed him, supposing him to be Cald?
well. It was purely accidental but created great
KT A great Whig meeting was held at Buffalo
r on the _7th, at which Hon. Millard Fillmore
i made a powerful speech on the policy of the Ad?
ministration and on the principle* of the great
w hig partv. "**
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, C_r A-rvau- has just published a second edi?
tion of the popular Crot?n Ode by Gen. Morris.
O* We would call the attention of those wishing a de*
strahle E*_a_e m the pleasant ?-alley of the Mohawk to the
_dv??_S?_.cat in oar colnnu? of T. W. S__a_tr. Esq.
Dr. Buchanan's Lecture.?A small but in?
telligent audience listened last eveniag at Clinton
Hall to a lecture from Dr. Buchanan, on what
he calls the * Science of Neurology." He spoke,
first, of the fact that, notwithstanding ah our know?
ledge of the mechanical working of the different
organs of the animal frame, we are entirely igno?
rant of the source of power?the moving springs
of life?the vital principle?the dynamics of the
system. Phrenology, he thought, had made some
??light advance toward this, butiu deductions were
incorrect in several important respects : Eqaal
quantities of brain of like quality often exist
with totally dissimilar mental and moral charac?
ters. In his unprejudiced investigations into the
truth of Phrenology, Dr. Buchanan said he had
discard??d portions of its tenets and adopted oth?
ers, until be found himself constructing a new sys?
tem. His first aim was to discover some direct
method of testing the truth of Phrenology, without
resorting to the laborious and interminable process
of dis.*ectior. and observation of various head?.
The function., of other parts of the system were
determintd by suspending them : thus we knew, by
closing and opening the eye. that it was an organ
of light, __c.
He wished in some way to make similar experi?
ments with the brain ; but this wa3 not poisible in
the ?.-rdinary way?of removing a portion to ?e?*
what function was thereby suspended. This had
been attempted, especially by tbe French: but
with very partial success. Galvanism readily oc?
curred to him, but for various reasons this also was
foand to be not feasible. Blisters, intense heut.
etc.. though they would effect the object of excit?
ing any desired part, were evidently out of the
question. He had found, however, another agent,
which he called X?vaura, or the nervous iluid.
h was an influence similar t?. animal magnetism,
produced by placing the hand upon any portion of
the head. Sleep was thus frequently produced by
presr-ing the fingers upon that portion of the head
between the eyes, and the Doctor related several
instances of his success in this as well a3 other ex?
periments?such as reducing or increasing the
muscular power, _cc. He had also succeeded in
exciting particular phrenological organs, as those
of color, calculation, reverence, ?___. By thus de?
termining that an influence passed from the hand
through the system, which could effect these re?
sults, he said we evidently possessed the key to the
whole Physiology and Psychology of Man. What
this nervous fluid is, (if it dees in fact exist,)
whence it comes, what are its nature and laws,
what is the precise mode in which it operates?
how, in short, it leads us to a distinct understand?
ing of the relation of the mind to the body, and
gives us a key to all Anthropology, spiritual
and material, we suppose he will explain here?
after, as he did not do it last evening. His state?
ments, however, and the experiment* by which he
verifies them, are highly interesting and worthv of
KF* A horrible murder was committed in Fre
donia, Chautuuque Co. by a man named Sander?
son, supposed to havo been deranged, on a bov
only 14 years old. The two were at work together
in a barn husking corn, and from the marks on the
body it is supposed Sanderson must hare murdered
the boy with a pitchfork?as there were some sixty
holes in the body made by that instrument. The
murderer buried his victim under the barn. He
had not been arrested, though tho Buffalo Com?
mercial, in which wo find the account, says that an
active pursuit had been commenced.
KJ3 The Richmond Star says that a black wo?
man on Church hill, on the 2. th, hung her own
child about 4 years old.
Fire.?A fire broke out this morning about ~
o'clock, in the grocery store of Mr. Jacob Smith,
at the corner of 120.h-streot and Third-avenue,
and entirely destroyed that and the two adjoining
buildings, all good two story frame houses. The
flamea were so rapid that Mr. Smith and his
clerk, who lodged in the store, had time only to
escape with a part of their cloths, not being able
to save his books or any part of his stock of goods.
Mr. FoNom, who ?esidi'd in the adjoining bouse
and occupied the lower port as a dry goods and
fancy store, lost nearly every thing ' tho flamea
pursued him so closely that lie could not save hi-*
inontiv drawer, which he was unabl?; to ??ach.?
Two of the buildings were owned by Mr. Raynor,
one of which was insured. Mr. Folnom as well
as Mr. Smith was partly insnrcd. [Com. Adv.
Another Collision.?The steamer Chan
tauque ran foul of and sunk the schooner Lodi,
Capt. Tubbs, last night, somewhere in thr vicinity
of Sturgeon Point. The l.odi was bound for Con
neaut. and had on boad 2. packages of merchan?
dise to Mr, Hall, 14 for Mr. Ford, and a few bar?
rels of salt to the master. The articles lost con?
sist of tea. coffee, spi?*c-?, crockery, and other
perishable commodities. [B?llalo Com.
Fatal Acciheni.??Mr. William Tew, an old
and t?'spectable citi/en of Townsend, Sandusky
County. Ohio, was kiljed accidentally on Thursday
last. There was a thrashing machine in operation
in his barn, and while going up *>n the scufibld, or
throwing down wheat, he fell up&n the machine
His arms wore drawn into it, which, with his head
und side, wore so injured, that he lived but about
three hour-. Ho ?a? nearly 70 years of age.
Kj3 A ?mall boy, while sweeping h chimney in
Washington Row on Thursday afternoon, got by
mistake into the flue of the chimney of the adjoin?
ing house. A fire was burning below, and the
boy was suffocate?* and fell, and was caught in a
narrow part*of the flue. Effort, were immediately
made to get him out b?, cutting a hole ir. the chim?
ney, but. it was an hour before he was extricated,
an.i then ho was almost lifeless, and it was doubt?
ful whether he would live. [Trenton State Gaz.
K_J"' The statement copied from the Rochester
Democrat, that the $1,378 of which Mr. E. Rus?
sell wa-. robbed had been recovered, is incorrect.
The*story was. it is believed, started by the guilty
parties to lull the vigilance of the Police.
B__ir The Governor of Connecticut has issued bis
proclamation, recommending the 17th day of No
vembet next to be observed as a day of thanks?
giving and prayer.
E_f" The " American Whig,'" a paper friendly
to Mr. Clay, has just been started at Lancaster,
Pa. by James H. Bryson.
The Spirit of a Freeman !
.MlDDl_.EBC.l__. Oct. 27. 18-12.
To the Hon. C A. Hickliffe, Post Master General :
Sir- Having become sa?sfied, from the coarse you are
pursuing in relation to Post Mailers, thai you will* expect
all those who continue in office to follow the example o?
John Tyler in abandoning the Wbig party and Whig; prin
cipl?, and aid him in carryingoathisambiuous and treach?
erous view?, and not teelin? disposed lo bold office apon
such terms, I hereby tender to you my resignation 01 the
office of Post Master ef this place, which I had the honor of
receiving at the hands of vour predecessor, tbe Hon. Fran?
cis Granger. H. R. WHARTON.
TJr The greatest collection of cariosities and best enier
tain-nents in tue City are found at the American Musenm.
IT The attraciions at the New-York Museum this week
sal-pass all other amusement? presenied to the publia Tbere
is such an infinite variety of so high an order of entertain?
ment that crowiis'sboul'i nigh?y assemble is noisnrprjiir.g.
Master Frank Diamond, the great unrivalled Ethiopian
Dancer. Mr. Alden.the Banjo Player?Mr. Nellis, hora
withoa l arms?ML?? Rosalie, the charm i o * songstress?Mr.
Delarue and Mr. Collins appear. Adm?sion lo the whole
One -hilling-, including periormancw and Picture Galle?
Nehemiah P. Anderson, late Ambler k Anderson, coal
dealers. N. Y.
Heary B. Oreeawood, late annof Greenwood k Wright,
grocer, N Y.
EmanuelBar-eit. bcarding-house keeper, N. ..?Dec 1.
Leonard Crocker, merchant. N. Y.?Nov. 25.
William C. Fnnk. clerk, ?N. Y.?Nov. 26.
Cbaries Monell, N. Y.?Dec L
Thomas R_ Lowrv, late _rrn ot A. Lowry k Co. _?*. Y.?
James Gowdey, blind manutactarer. N. Y.?Dec. 1.
Jack?n O. Brown, farmer, Somer?, We-che>ter Co.?
William Lane, carpenter, Brooklyn.?Dec 1.
S. Sleight, Claverack, Gelombia'Co.?Dec 1.
George M Gri?tn, Huc_hjb.?Dec 1.
Samuel lnman, Lexington, Greene Co.?Dee. i.
Jonathan Trappagen, PrattsV?ic.?Dec. I.
Laurence Bales, Siuyvcsant.?Dec I.
Lawyers' Diary.?This Dav, November L.?
Circuit Court.?Nos. 28. 38, 20, 2t' 212.14?. 145>i. 75. 46,
R5, 31, 11X3, 163, U"0, 96, in?, T7, 135. 79, 120, 127. 73. 76, 12b*.
Common Pleas.?Pan 1?No*. 139,12,36. 53.105. 46, 17,
21, ."7, 53,135. Pdrt 2-Nos. 72, 10, 13?*, 84. 20, 32. 44. 54, 3,
Monday, Oct. 31.
Board of Aldermen.?The Board met at ?\
o'clock. Present the President and fourteen meinber?.
The minute? o! the last meeting were read and approved.
Petition-- Presented and Reier-eo?Of Thomas J.
Wood, tor 1??ve to remove the remai b.? of his niece (mm a
vault in Salhvan-sireet, corner of Bleecker, to Long l?lan_.
Leave ?-ranted. Ot Samuel B. Ruggles, for leave to ereci
court-yards around his houses between 23d an?l 24ll) streets
and between 3d and (th Avenues. Of W. B. Astor, io be?
hall oi John J. Astor, lor rebel from tax. ( >i Ann Van Voor
htes, lor a quarter's ?-alary, dne her late husband ni Col?
lector of A?sr?.?meiits. CM" Judge Oakley, f"??r repair? t" the
Superior Court room. Of Hemy Mansfield am! others ol
tbe Fire Department, lor houses of tieposti tor imp!cm'.';;IS
for rotroducit.g the Crot?n waier into booses, _.c ??I Min
dry person-?, for grading 155th street, anil buddinc a wharf
at tbe loot thereof.
Reports.?Of the Finance Committee on a former report
made to this Board relative to the accounts ot Win, Gae,e.
slating thai tbe minority report which bad been referred to
them (in conntrciion with the majority report) had been ta?
ken away by Aid. Leonard from ibe Clerk's desk, ant! pub
li-hed in the Evening Post before it ha?, been reporfrd upon
by the Comniitt?*e. Tbe original report ol the majority of
the said Committee was also reported back, and ibe ri-solu
lions appended thereto for settling the accounts of Mr. Gage
by the Comptroller, (independent of the Boies left with
Judge McNeil, and the $5,oo0 paid him by Mr. Ward, late
first Marshal, by order of die Mayor.) were adopted. The
resolutions of the minority report were rejected, S to 7. In
favor of making Peter Quin extra allowance on his contract
for making the trench for laying water pipes in Broadway,
owing to an extensive quicksand encountered in the toute
Laid on the table. In favor ot the Coun-el of ibe Corpora?
tion defending the suit brought against the Corporation by
Hiram A. NorrL?. for an alleged violation of his patent for
boring water pipes for ihe coa%eyance of ihe Crolon water
by means of hydraulic pressure?Mr. Norria claiming the
exclusive right to bore all the water pipes in this City :
On motion of Alderman Woodhnll, document No. 11 of
unfinished business., being an ordinance relative to Peace
Officers, and regulating llie compensation allowed dtein,
was taken up. amended, and adopted.
Document No. 59 of the former Board, being an ordinance
relative lo streets and roads, compelling contractors and
ethers digging down banks, digging wells, trenches, Ac. to
enclose the same so as to prevent accidents to traveler?, un?
der a penalty?was taken up, read and atloptfd.
Circuit Ct'URT.?Before Judge Kent.
Thomas Leu-is vs. Hubbard, Grijfin, et ni.?To recover lor
slop clothing ?upplied the whale-ship Washington. The
defendant? refused payment for what had been furnished
the slop chest. Verdict for plaintiff, $240 85.
Eugene Ely, et al, vs. Rufus Gilbert, el al.?To recover a
note tor .$150.?The defence is that there had been a wrong
conversion of the note. It was sent to this City by the ma?
ker for the purpose of taking up another; but the person to
whom ii w as sein, instead ot taking up the old note, Irtt
this as collateral for a renewal of ihe other. Verdict for de?
fendant, subject to the opiuion of the Court.
Common ?'leas.? Before Judge Inglis.
Wm. _. Jacsbus and wife, vs. Bartholomew Blanco.?To
recover damages for injuries received in falling over a hctip
of rubbish left in the sirect.?The plaintiff" and bis wife
were passing through Dover-street in a light wagon, on
Saturday evening, 1st October, (the weather being dark
and rainy,) when the horse stumbled over a lot of bricks
and rubbish in front of ihe defendant's house, ami the plain?
tiffs were thrown out. One of tbe arms of Mrs. Jacobus
was broken,and she -wasseriously injured. The defendant
contends that he is not liable, the rubbish having been It-It
there by his mason, and so placed us to afford plenty of
room for passing. Verdict to-morrow.
Police Office.?Stealing Shoes.?.John
Thomas was arrested and committed for stealing two pairs
of boys'shoes, worth $1 .50, from the store of John S. Walk?
er, corner of Canal-st. and Broadway.
Stealin?; Sens of H arness.?Two men nam?.*?! Richard
Davis and Elias Styles were arrested and taken to the I'p
per Police Office, charged with having on the 29.h lost,
stolen a suit of double and nlso one of singl? harness, worth
$125, from the premises of Rufus Story, No. 37 Columbia
street- The harness was found in Uieir possession, on board
the canal boat Simon Bolivar, at the foot of Rivinglon-sl,
and th?.?y were committed lor trial.
Stealing Monky.?Officer Relyea last evening arrested
a widow named Mary B Sill-hec, residing at No. 2 Carlisle
street, charged with having at different limes ?t??len $.200 in
money from William Winterton, merchant?ilor.octrupying
part of the same house. Alwui $60 of the amount stolen
was recovered ; ami confessing the theft, she was commit?
ted to prison.
Coroner's Office.?Accidentai. Drown inc..
Inquest at?? Hudson-street on the body of John Martin,
aged a year?, a native ol this cily, who left his father's
house at the above place on Thursday afternoon, and though
anxiously sought lor. was noi found until Sunday, when a
per?on engaged in fishing discovered ibe body lying on ihe
mud m the slip al ihe foot of Hammerslv-street, ihe tide
having receded and lelt him exposed. Verbiet, accident?
Death by Congestion.?Also an Inquest at No. 7 Nor?
folk-street, on the body of Charles Matthews, aged 45, a
native ol Wales, by trade a cabinet maker. Verdict, came
to his death by congestion.
Sand's Sarsai'aRiu.a.?This unrivalled preparation has
performed some ol ihe most astonishing cures of diseases
that are record-id in the annals of history, thus proving con?
clusively it is capable of fulfilling the high aim ami purpose
for which il is designed. Patients suffering for years from
various chronic constitutional disorders, after trying differ?
ent remedies, spending thousands of dollars in traveling
and doctoring, ami suffering alHhat human nature is ca?
pable of enduring, have, by in* use of a few bottles, en?
tirely recovered iheir health. ,C_ronic Rheumatism, Scro?
fula or King's Evil, Salt Ithaum and Ringworm, Dicen
ami painful affections of the bones, ulcerated Throat amis
Nostrils, Scurvy, Biles, chronic Si re Eyes, ?totches and
various cutaneous eruption?, are effectually eared by its
use. All diseases having their origin in an impure state nf
the blood and fluids generally, will be speedily and effec?
tually removed by this invaluable medicine, as its onera
lion is peculiar and consists in removing the cause of di
chv by entering int? the circulation ana passing through
the general system. Where ?hstructions io its favorable
operation exist they are removed ns it pass., along t'ie
efeniuntary.canal; hence the patient will feel and know the
sensible operation of the S.irsapariila from its curative
powers. For farther evidence ?f its value see certificates
ol cures in different papers.
Prepared ami sold at wboleuale anil retail, by A. R. Sand?
J. Co. No. 273 Broadway, (Granite Buildings.) New-York.
Also sold by A. B. i? D. Sands, Druggist?, No. 79 and UK)
Fulton-st. ; David ?Sands i-Co. No. 77 East Broadway.?
Price $1 per bottle, six bottles for $5.
"D* News Itom all qaariers is constantly com log in which
speak volumes in favor ol Covert's Balm of Life, nr.t! we
now say to those are aiBicteU with Coughs, iColds, Con?
sumptions Asthma, Whooping Cough, croop, Bronchitis
or Sorcthroat,come and make trial of Dr. Covert's Balm
of Life, and yoa will be satisfied th?. for those complaint?
there is nothing to equal il. Frequently one do*? cure.? a
Cough- Dyspepsia is infallibly cured by ils use if taken in
season, -nd for ibe above diseases it may be tak.n with cer?
tain b?-pe of relief. Dr. Coven's Office for the sale ot Cov?
ert's Balm of Life, Fleming's highly Medicated Worm,
Diarrbcea, Dinner and Caihanic Candie. ; Humphries-'* Pile
Ointment, Phelps's Tomato Pills, Sx Astley Cooper's cel?
ebrated Corn Salve, i? 13"? Nassau st-, under Clinton Hall,
FT Dr. TavlorN Balsam Liverwort, die only reme?
dy to be relied on tor the cure of Consumption. Let all
read the following certificates :
New-York, October .6, 1*H2.
I, F. A. Muiniin, 241 Grand st, about twoyfars since was
troubled with asevere cough, weakness, pain in the breast |
and raisin? of blood. I was in?iuced lo purchase a bfttle ot I
Taylor's Balsam of Liverwort, from 375 Bowerv, which I
relieved me when nothing would, and my wife has since
used it with the same beneficial effeci>, curing the weak?
ness in the chest, fcc.
1 bave read the above certificat*?, and g-ive it my hearty
approval, and recommend to all afflicted with any symptoms
of consumption or liver complaint in bay the genuine Bal?
sam of Liverwort, sold onlv al 375 Bowery.
SETH VALENTINE, ror. 9tb n. and 3d avenue.
Dr. Leeds, wholesale agem, 127 Maiden lane ; Mrs. Havs,
129 Fulton st, Brooklyn. C. P. Jacobs, agent for Detroit.
rjr Faon a Desc?ption of ths Fair-- large number
of roed?ci__l preparations are exhibited for competition,
? veral of which are from the well known establishment of
Cot-stock k Co., Druggists, 71 Maiden lane. We particu?
larly notice two toilet articles?one is OMridge's Balm of
Columbia, a prepararon for the hair. The testimonial? m
favar of this amele are absolutely overpowering. No one
Btred be trroabJed with dandriffor go f bald. If the hair
should not be colored to suit, there ? from the same estab?
lishment the East India Hair Dye, which chances ihe -air
to bmwn, orto the most beautiful black, withoot tin--?
ibe skin?a preparation at tnch wvereign virtue that more
than one poet hts suojf; its praise- Mr. Comstoek has also
tbe Oil of Tanr.in, a lemh.r restorer, warranted to make
old leather new^and specimens of that -in-alar compound
Dalley's Magic Paro Extractar, the notices of which have
caused so mach astomscmeat.
They may all bt foina at 71 Maiden lane.
Bold Attempt.?The office of the U. State?
Distiict Attorney was buj-glariouslyente-red through
a window, (the fastenings of which were forced)
on Saturday night, and an attempt made,apparent?
ly, to get certain papers, as some closets contain?
ing documents were pried open. All the paper?
of importance were however safe, ami tha burglar
in consequence disappointed in obtaining indict?
ments or other documents which he liad probably
A PAwrtrc, Suicide.?A melancholy suicide oc?
curred in Baltimore on Thursday in the case ot
Mr. McGee, a well known teacher o? that city.?
The deceased was found in a lumber-yard, between
two piles, with hi- throat cut in a most shocking
manner, and the left arm also cut to such an ex?
tent a_ te divide two ol the main arterie?. which
themselves would have destroyed the vital ?park.
When found, he was sitting on a log, with the im?
plement (a razor) with which he committed tha
dee?! firmly grasped in his right hand. Kor som?'
lime back the decease?! had l>_on much depn*>se?l
in spirits on account of some family matters. Rnd
which, it ii said, have caused him to commit th*
rash dee-d. He was one of the defender.? of North
Point in 1814. _
ET ENORMOUS DEFALCATIONS OF THK LATE
LOCO-POCO OFFICE-HOLDERS ! The open vml.-iunn
oi the Law?, by the Chief Magistrat? ot ihe City, in taking
and appropriating il-c Publi?- Mooey! Plain Reason.? arhy
there was Mich an intense drsirr and doperai?* ?(Tort la r??
talo powrr by means of Fraud, l'?urpati??n ami Violf?rr'
Still plainer Reason- ?why Taa-Payers and Voters ?booid
not ?gain confer On the partl?_n_. ot" these men P.'litica'
Power, eiihrr in tl ?? Sute or City Government'
(CT Copies of the Extra, containing detailed rtltenteoU
of the I_<ko-F?>co Defalcations, for sale at this office. Price
TWO CENTS. _
I ENOBHO??" 5_BF?_.CATION?.
An Extra was tssned from this o?fiee on Satnrday mier.
iMx?n which was "prepare?! under the direction and pub?
lished I?y th?* authortty of ?. Committee ot Citi/ensappointed
to investigate the accounts of certain Public Officers." Il t>
m?wily from Offici*?! Document?. Copies are still for sal?- at
ibis office. Ward Committee* ?upplied on rray-nable terms
Defalcation of Th<>?n,T> Ll?\v<!.
" ?? .1. D. Stevenson.
?* The Mayor of the City.
" Jobn Ahern.
'? William M. Pnce.
" " Doctor Smith Cutter.
Forty-nine Sub-Trea-urj* Defaulters, who-?, defalcation
vary from Si,000 to |U5,(X)0, and i a all amounting
to about $i,'M9,0OD 00.
LocoFoco Extravaganc-, showing an actual wa.?.tc of
the People's money* 1er Carriage hire, Mu.-quito
Bars, Oysters inc., Steamboat hir??. Oysters, Mi?!?-*.
i?c, Extrnordttiary Purchases, kc.
Release of Prisoners from Blackwell'f Island to vote.
Loco-Fi>coism and the Tariff.
Daniel 9. Dickinson's Opinion ??! N. Vork Loco-Focoism.
The Frie Railroad.
Circular to the Whigs nt the State of New-York
T.' The abov?? important Extra is for ??ale to Wrtrd Com?
mittees und others at $1 per H?o copies. Price lor single
copies ..' cents.
A NEW FRENCH NOVEL.
A T.Li** OV NilRMANPV.
Translated Irom the French ot ALEXANDRE DUMAS.
by a Lady of Virginia. Dumas ?a one of the most populnr
and brilliant writer** ol the ?lay, and " P ai* link" is the pro
duction more than any other calculated to display the
various powers of his imagination, and the excellence of his
style. libas been admirably Iran-dated by an accomplish
e?l Lady of Virginia; the pictuie?-??u?-'n<'ss and force of ihr
original have been retained, and all idiomatic words ami
phrases carefully avoided. We have not yet issued a ?fork
in which more true geniu? i* displayed.
It will be issued oh the 1?. of November, in an Extra
New World (octava)
ON WEDNESDAY HORNING, NOV. ?J.
Price 12J cents single, stitched in handsome coven?. To
Agents $2per hundred. Ollice .'?0 Ann street. ni ?H
3ZT Tbe Nor? .tibc-r Number of the Ameri?
can Labor, r will be lor ?ale to-morrow. It contains
the Speei_h of Henry* Ukigs at the opening of Ihe Fair of
the American Institute; The Proceeding? ot Use Home In?
dustry Convention, and Remark* of Gen. TallM-D?.!';
New-England Silk Convention; Tur. Relations <?.
Wk.ii.ti! and Labor, bein^ the Annual Address before the
Amerinn ln?titut_, delivered on Thursday evening. Ocio
her 20, in ihe Broadway Tabernacle, by EL O. O. COLBY,
of Mass.?an admirable document, and one which ought to
be read by every laboring man in the United States; GOV?
ERNOR SEWARD'S Address at the Annual Fair of
the New-York State A-ric.lt. a.\L Society, delivered at
Albany on the 29th day of September last; this Address is
worth more to every fanner and tiller of the soil, than th<
entirec?)st of the Laborer for ihe year; PROTECTION?
WOOL and WOOLENS;'Speech of Mr- Slade of Ver?
mont on the Taril-Bil!. In this Speech Mr. Slade stands
up as the Representative of the Farmers, -ind most ably does
be vindicate their right?, and show bow their inter??-.? an?
directed by a proper Tariff".
The American Laberer is devoted exclusivity to the a?l
vocacy and illustration of the Protection of Home Industry.
It is designed to prtsent in a compact, cheap, readable
form, and in a familiar and practical manner, the mostdi
rect and convincing facts and arguments in support of the
policy of Protecting (he Industry of our nvn People. T?i
tbiiend ii embodies the ablest Speeches, Reports, StatUtics
and other documents on the subject.
_tV The whole work is to comprise a large octavo volume
cf near 400 pages, and is published in parts every month.?
Seven numbers art? already oui and ready for delivery.?
Price for the whole twelve numbers only 73 cents, being the
cheapest publication of the kind ever published in the
XL/" Eight numbers of llit. work are now published.
Price t?l cents per number. Back numbers can be supplied
UREELEY ic. McELRATH,
i,l Tribune Buildings, 1.0 Nassau-street
Consumption and Liver Complaint.?Professor Buch
holt/'s Compound Syrup of Capilaria is the only medicine
thai can be depended upon as a remedy for those fearful
maladies. All who have used it, testily to its unrivaled vlr
tu?-s- ll always HlTords relief, and has performed cares m
case? where all oilier remedies tailed. Horace Everett,
3?S7 Greenwich-street, is sole Agent for the genuine article.
oSO It Th F.M it T _
D" Dr. Felix Gouraud is still tnn.'aciing business alhis
old stand, 67 Walker-street, one do*.?.- 'rom Brmulway, no'
w?tbstanaiog the d?-struclioii of his stock by fir??. A small
stock af Poudre Subtile, for eradicating superfluous ha?.r, on
hand, together with the oilier celebrated cosmetics cf ih?_
Doctor's. _ o27 if
] f G. Saunders, Invmtor ami Manufacturer of th
Metalic Tablet Razor Strop.Ll63 Brcadwsy. o25 lm*
TZT New-li__k l.ycenm t.ectu en*?Introd.c
tory Lecture on >Vedn??s?lay Evening, 2d inst., at half
past seven o'clock, at Ihe Tabernacle, by the Re?. Samuel
EL C??x,D. D. Tickets for tUe ?ingle Lecture, (a?lmiuing
a Lady aud Gentleman,) fifty cent?, may be had at ihe
d?)or on tiic evening ?I Lecture. L. G. FORMAN
ni 2t is*" Rec. Secretary.
T3~ Who own?? it . -Found, near ibe Fulton Ferry.
"-?oolli-">tr?_>rt, N?-w-York, a smalt Locket, with hair encU-seU
and name on the back. 'J be owner can have ilby applying
ai this o?hce and t-*-*_fj**g for this advertisgiMent. o31 2t
_0* Dr. BrowDlf?'? Mermen on the Milieninm
will be reviewed in next No. of ihe American Millenariom
(No. 1st) published at 1S3 FuUoo-st. al It*
O* Com? to the Temp?rance Hall?Temper
anee Mass Meeting of the Columbian T. A. Society, This
Evening, Nov. 1, at 7} o'cl?x*k. Tbe meeting wifl bead
dressed by CoL Snow, Dr. Covert and Counsellor Fay.?
SinpiHir bv Mr. Covert, Baker and the Ladies.
P. B. MANCHESTER, President.
Wm. B. Walsh, Secretary. 1?
"Er" $_>__. Bcsrard for the apprehension an?I conviction
of ihe villain or villains who cut and mutilated the back
panel of the Washington Ho-s?* Carriage, No. 12, on tbe
morning of the 30th inst at U?e fire in Broadway and T wen
ty-tirst-streeL By order of the Com l any.
nl3.* STEPHEN 9.ANE, Foreman.
CC7* Notice-?Those who have ?lemaiids against the
American Institute ou account of lie 15th Annuai Fair/are
requested forthwith to send th.rn to the Repository in the
Park for "die examination of ihe ?nance committee, nl 3t
HT Boarding.?A gentleman and his wife, and a few
single gentlemen, can be accommodat-?d with ?board and
pleasant rooms ai No. 13 City Mall Place. References
exchanged. ol3 2w*
17The Mill will commence grinding next week.
Tbe Judges of the Marine Court and also those ol the
6'iwiiTwn Pleas will set aside ali other business tor that pur
po?ir. Where a citizen sw.ar.tbe applicant straight through
the fe.e$ are $2-50. Where tiey falter about swearing to a
five years residence the price is higher, but no impediments
I thrown in the way. A liberal d'i_*c?aunt ou wholesale orders
from Tammany Hall or from the Whig Head Quarters.
_ o2fi lw
T.:~ t; onrauc1 *? Pondre Snbtile. tor completely
and permanently eradicating superfluous Laman hair from
females' upper lip?., tbe hair concealing a broad and eleva
te?l forehead, the uubborn beard of man, or any ki_? of su?
perfluous hair. Be sure lo get the genuine at the original
otEce, ?37 Walker-*t***-et, one lioor from Broadwav.
?l p?r bottle? D tree lions French and English."
Agents?Gulhrie, 4 Maiden-lane, Albany : Myers, New
Haveo ; Brown, 78 Chesnut?street, Philadelphia ; Jordan,
2 Milk-street, Bo-ton ; Gray. Poughkeepsie ; Elliott, Go
shen ; Wells & Humphreys, Hartford, _.c o!3 1m
TOT ..1er*, ant i U- I.?brrnry A?1*0. int.ca.^
letrsxh Annual COURSE OF LECTURES to V deH-**
at tbe Broadway Tabernacle, 1?*M8-A.
INTRODUCTORY?.-Va Oration oa the occuvsn mi
Twenty Second .anttersary of the Awo-nation, cm W|
NESDAY EVENING. Nov. Kb, IMS, by CllARL
EAttES, Esq.. aatl a Poem by PARK BENJAM?N, E
Tl:e Introductory to commence ai six ?/clock.
Nov. 15.-Oae Leclure. RICHARD H. DANA, K
?* The importance of a right We to a trae appcr*.
Uon of literature, and ihe laAaeoce of Lu?r_'_r.
Nov. 22.?One Lecturr. RICHARD H. D.\NA. E?
?'The character o; Hanii*_"
Nov. 29.-One Lecture. Rev. HENRY W. B ELU"*
Dec 6.?One Litare. O. A. BROWNSON, En?.
'? Government?it.? on_*n. urganixatioo, and en
Dec. li-Oue Lrcture. ELIMU BURRITT. Kjq.
??The iu.ii?.pensabl?- chara?.ter .ud i#ct-*t-_ty <>t po;
lar l.ectur?*-* in view ol die tr?***?*!it and prnip??.!
wanLs of the c?*mnnin*iv '
D?*c. ?n.-t?nc Leciur?* GEORGE BANCROFT, K
? t'emu? .? tl?e expressioa < 1 i!:- *?,??r?t of the as
Dec. '.*7.-One L^-ia****. CHARLES o<??NNOR, E
" Tke advaiit.ig?f- r?*sulting to S _iety fro?? ihr ?to
ami practice?'! thrartol Pubh. Speaking.**
Jan. ?-One L??-._r.. RICHARD H DANA. Jr. E
"The Foundation O? Infl'i???? ?*."
Jan. 17.-oik? Lcclnre Ret ? M 11 Kl RNE3&
??The Cb*tracteristic?ol Oenia*
Jan. Jt "'? I'.iur?-. JOHN NEAL E |
??Th?- Right? ?1 W.1111,111."
Jan.3l.-One Lecture. JOHN NEAL, Kfq.
?? General Reading "
Ft*l?.7 One Lecture. WM.M BVARTS, ft_.
"The service ol P??l.i ? ?i ..??.?i?-?ii?y in the ad? ?a,
reb, ll On.? Leature. tun. HENRI Gill *
??Th? Spirit ol I H "?' "??'
Keb. 2LV-One Lecture. R< > HENRY GILE&
?? The Genios ol '*sr?>i:."
Feb. S8. -On. Lectui?-. RAI PH WALDO F.Mr Km-:
Maa-h7.-t?,iel.e,-tui<. RALPH WALDO EMSR90I
The Lectores will !??? ?Mm-r?-?! ??n T ___&DA__f EVKI
ING ??i each werk
TERMS rOR THK COURSE.
A T:?.kei admitting a menbei and l.??i..TwoDoliai
do. do. a Doa-inembei ??" '.!.-iv. ! tu ?e Dollar
A Lad}'* Ticket.OneDolli
A Ticket adsaitiing n Ladj und G ntlemanto
a slagle Lecture. Fifty Cem
Tick-, t. are ruit truniferable and must in ail cases he e\b1
ited at the door.
Tbe door? will h? open *?". a .uarter before ?ven O-Cloc
The Lecture? will . (?nun? ace al hall pa?t .?even o'cl??:k.
Tickets may b* had at t>-.?- Library . ?t *V ?ley k Putnam
No. Irtl Broadway ; at B.iuMt \. VValfofd'S, No,229 Broa
wnv; at William A. I.?? Blanc's, N? ?77 Broadway; ai
ut the door <?l the Tn'?e ntackon the evening of the LeetriM
Member, will obtain th? u Tirk-ir? at the Library.
By order, ? UTHBKRT r. GORDON.
Chairman Leciuie Committee.
Clintwn Hall, Q?t ?Ut. 1 ?-* I_?_-_ I -' O?I
O" Tlercitutilc I-ibrnry ?V'mocfat.on.
TWENTY-SECOND ANNIVERSARY -Thla Aunt?.
?ary will be comm?-m'?r.?ie?l on WEDNESDAY, Noverah.
3lh.l?y an (?RATION. POEM, and DINNER.
The Oration (bv CHAS. EAMES, Esq.) and the Poei
(Uy PARK BENJAMIN. Esq.) will be dehvtred in ti*
Bn.adway Tabernacle, at ?> o'clock, P. M.
The Dinner ??ill !>?? ?erred .it Niblo-S Garden tmmidmti
ly ?ubs? louent to the??* exercises
TK.RV. OF ?t>>l)ss|.?>.
To Uie Dinner
For a Lady.$2.
To the Oration nml Poem.
Fi?r a Lady and Gentlemen._o cents.
Subscribers to the Itith Annual Course of Lecture?,or*li
the Dinner, will be endued t?> ? tree .?ilmi??ion to the Ora
tion and Poem. Single liekets w ill be lurni.hed (to mem
bcrs Of ihe Aaoclatioo only) by appliention at the Library
Price _."? renLs.
Ticket? ran be obtained at the Library, or of the follow?
Committee ?>! ArrxugeiH'-nt*.
John T. Rollins, Edwin R. Tiemain,
cha?. Roll??, Waldron B. Post, Jr.
C. C. Gordon, B. P.?in?*r??y, Jr.
Saml. K. Saiterlec, H.nry K. Prall,
Eira Ludlow. Jr. II. Burkhaher,
Isaac H. Baili-y, Sidney C. ??emu.
By order ol the Committee,
ISAAC H. BAILEY. Str.eury
Clinton nail, Oct. SI, JIM.'. ?..1 tN<?
TT Fifth i ou -.i ? ? .iiiuii SSinirirl. The De
iiiocrntu: Wliin, Mechanics ami *A(?rkin?fm<u #f the Fiiih
Congressional District, COOsistinjrol iWsth, 1th and Mth
Wanls, ami all other* who are in favor of a ProtecUvr Tt
riff, and ihe election ol Harry ol the West, and opposed to
defalcations and corruption on the part of publK ofiens,
whether iliev are connected with ihe General, the ?tale,
or die City Government?, ?re reqars'ed to attend a publie
meeting st the Broadway Uouse.on Tuesday Bveolng, No
vember 1st, at half past 7 o'clock, to recclv* the report ot
the Fifth Ciingressio.ial Convention, -r.d to expr*?ts their
opinions at the present important cri>i? ot our public afluir?.
By order of the Convention.
JAMES K. HAMILTON, Chairman.
Augustus L Brown, . _. ,
STEi'tiF.N Kane. j "'Ln *'""""** o31 2tis
CO* Second \Vnrd Blenryi'iny Clwb.-A meet
in?; of the Sicoiid \N.ird ll-nrv <;lny CInb will he held at
Jones'? Second 1. nrd Hotel .?n Wednesday, the .1?1 irui, al
half-paM7 ?.'clock, P. M.
nl ?t Rgyg <: ?IANCE. President
I D?mocratie Clisy C'liibof tbe7tts Wiird.
A Itrjiular Meeting ot tin? Club will !?e held at the Frank?
lin Hotel, corner ot Cherry ami IIuters streets,on Wednes?
day evening, Nov. 2, 1812, at 7 o'clock.
CONRAD SWEET, Pre*i?i>nt.
C. F. Coi.es.) ..
J. N. Lee, ? Secretarles. nl 2\
O" Democratic Clay Club of the Eirhth War?!.
The regular Monthly Meeting of this ('iub will take place
on Wednesday Evening, 2i| insL at hall pa?; 7 o'clock. P
M. at the Howard House.
WILLIAM 11. SWEET, President.
Charles W. Ward, . a
Theodore Kellky, | s*'--r?'?"""'s D| a
TT Ninth W?rd-Tl?? old COON FOREVER.
Th?; Democratic Clay Club of the Ninth Ward will hold a
meeting at the Rob Roy House on Wednesday EveuinR, 2<1
Nor. at 7 o'clock. AUlbosewUbing to join the Club are
respectfully invited to attend. Punctual attendance oi the
members is earnestly r?*r|uest?*d. By ?ml'-r,
HIRAM Illcil, President
John Day, t B ., ,__,.
3 .MiltowSsitTH,ypecxetsries, n, ,t
a_TT?*nih Ward.-WHIG?* AND AMERICAN LA.
BOR AGAINST LOCO-FOCOS AND BRITISH LA'
BOIL?AEERICANS, STAM) BY VOIR COUNTRY
?Tne Dtrnjocratic Whi^sof lt><? Tenth Ward are ?aalled
upon a^ain to rally at tti?'ir Head Quarters,Columbian Hall,
ora?*d-?treet,ot? Wedn<?.-.?!ay Evening.:at7o'clock, for the
purp??se of preceeding in procession lothe General M?*eting
at Natioml Hall, !<> respond lo the Wliijr Nomination?.
JAMES n PINCKNEY, Chairman.
Benjamin W Bradford,Secreury. nl
TT _Tlri_Lr-______r Wara ? n I ST Kl OT MEETINGS
?The Democratic Yvhip Electora ol the Kir? District will
meet at Omleri.on_.-i, corner ?-f Grand and Clinton ktrfeb,
on Mondav Evening, Octob?r 31, ai 7 ?jclock.
Second District on Tuesday Evening, at Ondcrdonk"..at
Third and Fourth Districts on Tuesday Evening, at Thir?
teenth Ward Head Quarters, b Sherifl-sL. at 7 o'clock.
Dcruocratic Whigs, and all others in favor of" ProtecUon
lo American Labor," are reqne__ed to attend, as busio*.*.? of
imponance will be brought before the meetings.
By order ol the Ward Committee.
CHAS. M. SIMONSON, Chairman.
Isa?c 0. Hunt, Secretary._ o3l 2t
XT I'ifte?ntbWard -THIIID'DIHTRICT.-The
D.iiiocniui* Wbi_s ot th?-Third Di-trtci are reque?l?d to
meet on Thin (Tues?Ja>) Evening, Nov. 1, at L.R. Mor*
U?n's, 779i FouriL-f.1., between Woosu? and Green-*U at
7j .'clock, to organise the Di?tn?f, and transad other im?
portant business preparatory t?? the .coming election. By
order. BENJ. BIRDSALL, Cr.'n 3d Dii- Com
L. R. Morton, Secretary. ftl R*
Conquer w . mu?, for our caob?. is just.
?Er" l'n?on.Mts, attention!?A regular ro?eungof
the Gnioni__. Association will be held at Monroe Hall on
Tuesday Eveniug, Nov. 1, _it 7 i.<-|?^-k. B"* order.
o3l 2t _8.CH1CKERING. Presideat.
TJT Lectures on Oeoiosy by J. AUGUSTINE
SMITH, 11 D., Pr.-sideni ofihe (jollege of Physicians and
Surgeons,itc? A Couiv? of Ei?Lt L_ciure? on ihe abov*
?abject, and exclusively for the benefit of die " Ly?c?***an-. ?
Natural History," will b. delivered bv Dr. J. AugusuiH
Smith, in the Lyceum Building, No. 5?S3 Broadway, can
mencing on Tut_Klay evening, Nov. 3. at half-past7o-eltt*,
and will b? continued every Friday and Tuc-d-y unul coo
pleted. These Lectures will be illustrated by anmero"
specimens from the Museum of the Insiitulion, and ?W*>W
beautiful paintingi, exwuted under the direction of Mr- ?>?
Hanningion, expressly for tbe purpose. ,____.?
Tickets far ihe Course, _d______g a Ia?ly and gei*1J??ian,
t5, and can I?, bad of tbe Commute?-. _.-???,
Single Ticket?, "|3. JOSEPH DELAFIELD.
JOHN LE CONTE,
C. A. LEE. M. D.,
JOHN C JAY,
029 i?.N8 Committw on Lecture?.
?T^Good Office? to T?t si fa?r rents in the ba>W*
ing No. 79 Na__a_-st, just now enlarge?! and unpro?ea
They are well located, pleasant and comuiodlous. owu