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isfC?"?,(i Ik iI.LAKr. i>cr aniiuin. in advance.
j, a3,3n who eon live in lhc Country, Bur.
d d by flowers and fragrance, inhaling the
"TaintedbrcaJh uf AN'aturc' and BUPP,7in8 his
^healthi'ol wants in utlcr disregard of any
?*D fflsn.g fldtterj' or frowns, will consent to
?rV 4 cr0(t/dcd city, unless impelled by some
*V\ coDvic?on of duty or extended usefulness,
"0f themvstcrics which puzzle sober citizens
'ho^Snd time to think at all of the matter. And
^noticeable that while the sous of the Country
,^1, br hundreds into the CiticB to jostle and
jrarrettch olher in thcCiecr pursuit of any thing
do at any price, the wisest of our citizens are
Meting security for their children against the
wnvujliveand fe7eri?h exdteTnents of City pur
?u jjjjjjj the broad, tree bounties of Nature?in
?it serene and healthful life of the Farmer.
" a lttur before us brings freshly to our view a
casein point. Oar friend T. W. Win illy, hon.
onbly known to some as one of the earnest,
ardtfl- pioneers in the advocacy of a Reform in
Society, and a generous champion of whutever
prallte to promote the welfare of his fellow men,
recently resigned a responsible and well-paid post
in '.he Custom H?usc at lilts port, while enjoying
the. entire confidence and esteem of all his supe?
riors, choosing to content himself with smaller
f6in8 but more agreeable relations and pursuits
jn a position where his sons might be trained un?
der bis own eye in the waya of hardy Industry
J snd Virtue. From a private letter just received
from him we make lhc following extract, to
slimnc the heedless thousands who are rushing
from the Country to Cities, and encourug-e the
iud:ciou? few who are preparing to follow our
friend's example. lie 9 ;ys:
Cvisoton. Ky. .May 19, 1844.
Dear Gr-X-ET : From tlie casement nt ih ? little
studio in which I pen this letter 1 cuu sec my outs,
turn, potatoes ami a great variety of vegetables, the
?hole covering nearly four acres,springing upmost
luxuriantly. All these have been .-own nr pluuted
win my own hands during the lust month. The
scene is quite inspiring, und if no other reason ex?
ited for writing you, it would lie ulnnt; sufficient,
Tue transition from official duly and its incidental
drudgery to that of Agricultural und Horticultural
pursuits has in my case betn attended wit't great
Ichciir, iiD'l premises enduring success. I had no
idea that I had so much of the Farmer and Gardener
iame. I am highly delighted with the Country,
n.Tl from my little domain have a splendid view ot
die Queen City, together with the lesser cities ol
ftrrwgtoo and Newport. Up and down the Ohio,
l.u above aud heluw t'incinnuti, we tune n lull view
i an reconnoitre all the eta amboats arriving, and
(il in office) register their names und board without
the sii:iite>i difficulty.
I have in my life-time, nnd especially in these
I oiled States, heard ' book-farming ' itmcit ridi
culed. We should like to break a lance with these
infidels, and ahow them mir butter and cheese, and
..her little articles Of domestic manufacture, not
uinitting ihn preparation we uro making for the
manufacture of maple sugar and generous, rosy
1 was disappointed in the scenery of the Allegu
uics, but .much delighted with that on theSusque*
banna, the Juniata, und the Ohio. 1 know nothing
worth mention of the great City lying under mi
nose, more than that it seems remarkably substan?
tially built, nnd has its warehouses and stores well
supplied with the choicest goods. I have been loo
much enamored of my new occupation to gossip,
hut my old fit of painting is coming on me, so shortly
you ntny exjiect to hear from me more particularly
My estate is well timbered with Muck walnut,
hickory, birch, oak, sugar-tree, magnificent elms,
und the must charming locusts yielding their wild
honey in profusion. A natural vineyard hangs on
one side of the hill behind my cottage, und the fra
fnutce of its blossoms almost tempts me to enter the
list of pure vegetable-eaters?n position which you
hive the reputation of occupying, but which you
have not, 1 believe, found philosophy or passion to
aspire to. Yours, T. W. Wihtlky.
D'Israeli's Nsw Notkl.?The reappearance
of young D'lsrneli in the literary world tins created
considerable fensation in England, and we sup?
pose our readers will be obliged to us lor informing
them that his new Novel,' Koningsby, or the New
Generation,' has just been published by Saxton \
Miles, ','05 Broadway. We have not yet found time
to look into it. ^^^^
(iooo Hons.?C Shcpard. 191 Broadway, has
published Archbishop Fenclon's 1 Pious Reflections
far Every Dny in the .Month, with a Life ol" the Au?
thor." It is beautifully printed, with a wide margin
inviting pencil marks, and forms an admirable pocket
Statistics of Pkn.vhvlv.i.nu.?We have re?
ceived a clean nnd perspicuously arranged ? Tabu
lar View of the Financial Affairs o.'" Pennsylvania,1
published by Edward C. Diddle, Philadelphia. It
coutaius a great deal of statistical matter valuable
lor n icrenee.
New Paper in NaUvoo.?The Warsaw (III)
Signal, whose Editor is very warm on the sub
J?ct of Mormonism, nnnounces that a new paper
is to be started in Nauvoo, by the opponents ol
Joe Smith, to be called the ' Nauvoo Expositor.'
The prospectus sets forth that the paper is to
have nolbing to do with religion ol" any kind, and
Roes in for the repeal of the Charter of Nauvoo
City, and against all political revelations and un?
constitutional ordinances. If this paper is con.
lucted with candor and ability, the ' Decline and
rail of .Mormonism' will be tho title of the next |
ebapter in the History of Modern Snperbtition.
The Mo rmnn disciples wc have no doubt have a
plenty of sense at the bottom of all their delu.
For The Tribuue.
The Bible.? The writer recently asked an in
trilijent traveler, stopping at a hotel in Broadway,
lor gome striking testimony to the value of the Bi?
ble. He replied, that some years since, at the
meeting of u County Bible Society in Ohio, a very
wealthy infidel, the President of a Bank, presented
the Society fifty dollars; saying that he did it, not
because be had aoy belief in the Divine inspiration
of that Book, but because, in his estimation, it con?
tributed, above all other books, nnd ull other influ?
ences, to make men honest,faithful, kiud and hap?
py. Now ibis was a uuble specimen of ingenuous?
ness, reason and philanthropy. And probably nine
leuths of our intelligent citiz. ns would any Amen.
But will then go and do likewise .' Will they lend
their whole influence, so far as consistent with other
Junes, for sustaining the hallowed rights and b*
aign intlr.ences ol the Bible 1 D.
Steamer Sir.nk.?We understand that the steam
aaat Tallahassee, Capt Robinson, was snagged
?nd sunk, about fifteen miles above this place, oh
Monday last while on her downward patsuge,
having on board a cargo ol" cotton.
[Ft, Games Whig.
OoFi.?The Wheeling Va. Times says : We
J|W to sav that soiuf portion of the wheat crop in
* vicinity has b<een injured by the fly.
E?* A cattle drover named Barnum was drowned
Louis on the 20ih inst. On his person was
BY GrREELEY & McELRAl
VOL. IV. IVO. 51.
The 'American' I'nrty In 1*1x11wdelphIh?
Il? Origin-The K tots, &c.
Piulapklpuia. Mar T.. 1*11.
To the Editor of The Tribune :
The independent course- pnr-ued by your j .urnal
witl? respect to the Native luovrmTit has confirmed
t'ie high respect long enteituincd for you by every
j id.cious friend of those gteat principles of Polirj.
ca] Economy by which alone our cour.try can be
securely and successfully troverned. The soundness
of your views with rezurd to the union of the \\ bigs
with that party in the inte .Municipal Election of j
New-York is now manifested by the jealous discon?
tent evinced by the Natives towards the few Whig
appointments :uad- by the Council; and the impolicy
of the course pursued by the Courier &. Enquirer
on that occasion is sufficiently demonstrated by the
late action ol ihe Native party in reference to those
appointments. It is, therefore", much to be regretted,
lot rn ltrv- reasons, that the course so wisely laid
down and BO satisfactorily vind.cated in your excel?
lent journal hud not been universally adopted by
the U hige of New-York. Bui though* the errors of j
the past cannot be recalled, they may ut least afford
a lesson for the future ; and the. lesson afforded by
the relti.-h jealousy of that p trty to those who placed
them in power will not, it is to be hoped, be easily
The course of one or two of our own Whig jour?
nals, in reference to the Maine movt ment, is similar
to, hut even more censurable, than that of the Courier
& Enquirer, inasmuch ns it is devoid of the only
apology |iut forth lor the junction of the two parties
in N w-York?viz. the detent of the Loco-Foco
tt?-k<-t?an erroneous hut certainly plausible argu?
ment in im favor. With us the case is entirely dif?
ferent; and in order to show the suicidal policy ol
the journals referred to, I shall, with your permits
rion, briefly allude to the origin and present position
of the Native party in our city. In [he tacts I am
iibout to state there will, perhaps, be found a better
view of the remote cause of the late riots in our city
than ii. sitber ol the account- furnished by your cor?
respondents here, bothol whom lire, to a certain ex
ieut, wrong?Native American being right in his
facts and wrong in his inferences, and your regular
correspondent right in some of Iiis inference*, but
ilmosl entirely wrong in his facts.
Your readers ure, of course, aware that, up to the
period at which the sreut Temperance Relcom took
place in ibis country, the great majority of Irish
citizens almost invariably voted with the Loco-Foco
party. This may he ascribed as well to the cooge
uiality of sentiment which always exists among the
disorderly portions of the population as t" the petty
ambition 01 the leaders of the Irish party to obtain
i be-insignificant posts artfully held out by Loco
Foco demagogues as the reward of their adherence;
to ' Democracy.1 One of the tir-t consequences of
ihe great moral and intellectual improyi ment ol ihe
Y'iop'.od Citizen* produced by the Temperance Re?
formation wa i a detection of the stratagems of Lo o
Focoism, and an almost universal abandonment ol
that party by the rank und file of the Irish. This
revolution in the political position of the Adopted
Citizens whs borne with some patience by t >c Locos
i(i io the lime ol the Fall Elections in 1843, when
it resulted in the defeat of tli-i Loco-Foco candidates
for four of the most lucrative offices in the gift ol
Philadelphia County. It was then for the lirsi timi
ascertained bv the patriotic leaders of the.' Demo?
cracy,' that Adopted Citizens were incapable of ex
ercising judiciously the Right Ol Suffrage, und they
vi hemeutly proclaimed that the Elective Franchisi
must be limited to foreigners of t wenty-one year.-'
residence. Thus original? d ihc Native party in
Philadelphia, which has since, ii ia true, been aug?
mented, iis Notice American justly observes, by a
i irge accession of fanatics of both foreign und na?
tive liinh. But its origin grew out of the defeat ol
I ii co-Focoisui at the last i lection, und it is dier riore
ibsolute suici !? i:, the Whigs of Philadelphia to
end tiny countenance or aid to it. .so lung as Aih p'
?I Citizens supported Loco-Fncoisro, it was very
well; their rieht to the Elective Franchise could not
o doubted w ithout exciting the virtuous indignation
of the very party who have originated and ;.re now
sustaining the tw enty one years' naturalization prin?
ciple ; nor ivould we to this day have heard of this
new qualification of foreign voters, hud they con?
tinued submissive to the dictation of their old lea?
It will thus be perceived how erroneous is the
course pursued by the Whigs of Philadelphia, orol
i he suimII portion of them who favor this new move?
ment, designed as it undoubtedly is to frustrate the
immense udvantnge gained by the Whig party in the
intellectual and political improvement ot the Adopt?
ed Citizens through the influence ol the Temperance
Reform among them. And hence may he seen the
wisdom of the policy suggested und enforced in you i
able discussion of this question with the Courier ?V
Enquirer of New-York. Let the Whigs have noth?
ing to do with Nativism; it originated with the
Locos; with them let it remain, and by them be sup
ported; and if it yet farther distracts and weakens
that party, already reduced by the defection of the
lush vote, why well and good; so long as I.o
Focoism is prostrate the country must and will pros?
i >!!?? other inference Irnm these premises in con?
nection with the lute disgraceful Riots of this coun?
ty which may be traced to their fountain sourer, the
characteristic turbulence anil radicalism of Loco
Focois.ni, and 1 have done. It was long ago pre?
dicted that if Adopted Citizens wen io separate
(betnsolvos from the rowdy party, they would he
visited wiih summary vengeance, and with a retri
bution of a more forcible character than mere dis
frnnchtseinent. Such has been the result; and how?
ever your regular correspondent may quibble about
iI io peaceable disposition ol the Ex-Loco-Native
meetings, it is beyond question that violence was
determined upon by them, ami would have been
sooner or later inflicted upon the Irish lor their de?
sertion of Democracy, and transition to the Whig
party. And the second Kensington meeting, it is
beyond dispute, was convened in an illegal mannt r.
and with a violent, turbulent and riotous intent. No
netter evidence of (his is required than that found in
the remarks appended to the cull for it. in the organ
of that party?the .Native America:!?and in the pla?
cards which, with simiiur demonstrations, were in
dustriously disseminated throughout the City und
County, arresting the attention of the most casual
observers, andexciting the most gloomy anticipa?
tions, which were more than realized by the awful
results. This was the lirst instance in the annals
of our Republic, of a public meeting convened with
an open invitation to come prepared with aims, and
litr surpasses in atrocity the riotous conduct ol the
same Loco-Focoisra in the election in Locust Ward
ni 1832. _ A Whig.
To the Krleuils or .11 r'. Clay.
Like ihd Speeches ok Henry (.'lav.?The publith
era of diit work arc now prepared la eiecolt orders to any
??Klent The work i? comprised ia two octavo volumes., ton
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1: i? belioed to be l!ir cti-ajHrst work ever published it
\in?nc.i. These Speeches form an important portion of Ihr
History of oarCountry fur the last thirty years, and ar,
interesting io all elaaaea of readers, without reference to
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I ft iVii \ REAMS STRAW WRAPPING PAPER.
IIMIAJU ti.lUl reams Kas <Jo do.
I.of? do White Tea do do.
J C<XI do Assorted colored Shoe do. ?
Portalo by CYRCS W. I'lELH. V Burliae slip._a??
J EG H?RN ?ND PALM LEAF iLVre.^ifdrea'. I*:,
J-lbomaod Palm Lcr.t Hats. tdk. burn and. Lisle 1 hieaL
Glov?-,?a complete assoitiitentjuw received ana tor ?le oj
A. he W. MO^ISON.BJ8 Broadway,
jet 1 w ? opposit? N ibio ?.
Crops, n.i.Jn<-%?. tfcf. i? Kcnlnck)-Tr.nle
avith iL- Kost-Routen of Trnnrijjoria
[Correspondence of The Tribun?.:
LaxistOTo*:. Ky. May27tli,3>H.
From all the information which I hare been
enabled to gather af:cr traveling some days in
th:s Stale, I have no hesitation in saying that the
growing crop of Grain promises to be larger than
has ir-rn produced for a number of years past.
The Bcason in this section of the country is re
markablj forward?so much so that Wheat will
doubtless he ready for cutting in the course of
three weeks from this time. Tha crop of Grass
is very heavy, and that of Hemp bids fair to be
r.o less abundant.
Within the last few months almost every branch
of business has received a new impetus. Per?
haps nrj State suffered less in the general revul?
sion from which the Country is just emerging
than this. The reasons for her comparative ex?
emption fnm embarrassment may be sought, pri?
marily, in the soundness of her B-inking system
and in the wisdom of her legislation. Superadded
to these influences were the boundless resources oi
her Boil, and tue prevalence of a prudent forecast
among her people, which etrrij led them to the
adoption of a rigid economy. Hence mercantile
business has been fur several years, prior to this,
considerably Ci pressed. But this partial su*p<-n
Birui of the sale ol merchandise has had the effect
to prepare the community to consume and pav
fur more goods than formerly. Accordingly this
season has been tlie ni'.st prosperous for the mer?
cantile interest that has been witnessed lor a
number ol" years.
Prior to the year 11>3? a large proportion of the
goods consumed in tiic valley of the Onio was
purchased in the New.York market?since that
period the trade has been confined almost rxclu
stvely to the cities of Baltimore and Philadelphia.
Prominent among the causes which conspired to
procucc this result, may be named the derange?
ment of the Exch m^'es of the country. It is well
known to all who arc conversant with the subject,
that daring the long period in which the Curren?
cy of the Western States was .it a heavydiscount
i.i the New-York market, it was so near par in
the cities of Bait'more and Philadelphia that it
coulJ at all limes be used without sacrifice, cither
ui the payment of notes or in the purchase ol
ooods. f-o long as tins *utc of things existed, it
.vas in vain to attempt to convince a Western
merchant that it was the dictate <?f true policy In
submit to the loss ol t xchange and to nuke his
purchases with sound lund.-. Now. however,
that the Currency of the country has become re.
store d to soundness and uniformity, comparatively
spesiting, there is no good reason why ttic tract
? ?I the entire West should not once more seek the
gteat primary market of the country. But it
concerns the merchants of your city to know,
incredible as it may appear, that the impression
.rev.ills very generally in Lie State of Kentucky,
as it probably dofs elsewhere in the valley of the
Mississippi, that business is not transacted un-n
as fair, honorable and systematic a footing in
New-York as it is in Philadelphia. That tin
notion should have gain, d credence that there is
. ss huntstv in New-York than derc is in l'i'.l i
dclphia, when: the tone of public morals ii- un?
questionably lower than it is in any other Amen,
can city, is passing strange. But so it is, and it
?choovea the merchants ol the Commercial Em
porium to sec to it, that so foul an imputation
?ijxiti her fair I'.imc is wiped off.
Another point deserving the serious considera?
tion of your merchants is the shipment of goods
destined for this section of the country. It i.
mattcr of astonishment to meto find how litil,
.'?.-,ir..tr information is possessed in This St.re
with reference to the great Northern rente, rut
he Erie and Ohio C.niais. Duiing a considers,
hie portion of each summer?from two to three
months on an average?the Ohio river is loo low
to he navigable lor any other other than the small
. st class of steamers, and fur flat anti keel boats
At such times the r ite of freight from Pittsburgh
to Mayville and Louisville varies from $1 l'-'j to
fl ;")U per cwt.; and goods arc besides frcqucuL
I v subjected to very serious delays, both on the
Pennsylvania Canal ami the Ohio river. Undei
hi se circumstances the Lake route must always
he the must eligible in the Summer ant! early part
of the Fall, for the'reason that it is the cheapest,
inn<t certain ami commonly the most expeditious.
The Banks in this Slate have recently ad?
vanced the rale of Exchange on the Last from
j tu 1 per cent. This step has been taken be.
iase it is believed that but little more Exchange
.?. ill be furnished until the next crop is sent for.
ward and sold?nearly the entire proceeds of the
last one having been realized.
Money is abundant and is seeking investment
at the rate of six per cent, per annum?the law
till rate of interest in this State.
1 remain, very truly )i.ua, AMERICAN US.
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stoking phii? m the life ol"noble *.* Many <.t Uic We-: "
t)ue rcur-s-entiiig him in the bumble situation of the " MILL
I'.OY." tul ni thoughtful! s to the mill, "solitary and alone:"
the oilier. Clay as the M 1'goPLK s Cli?lra." nding in ttiuaipii
to the I npilpL amid the acclamations of admiring thoteands.
The whole is surrounded by scroll work, in which any motto,
? aname of any Cluo may tar inserted. The plate is so ar?
ranged a? to he printed taliier ui one color or in two colors, or
in ;old and two colors.
s-peemwns may be seen at the otBres of the Courier and
lr.bune. and at the Clav lica?aig Room. Exprrw Huiid.ug;
? i' .... R. Hemtu.as.34 Maiden Lane, where
one-, will be received.
>*y I'opvnghi aacured according to law. je-i dw*
CHEAP DRY GOODS.
v _ . <' V W EMPLE,
Hiso. 73 Cedar, one door Cum Nassan sL.
ai 3 i rr**!y?si froni Auction magnificent Erench pneted
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pich Hal ana Cap Rii.bon,, Bosses Thread and Ashbcr
ton Laces, whi.e and^ black CardinuU. colored SdC Shawls
Itarnoey B$***-^UOsaetT, Gk.ves. &c. Tenons purchasing
hw cash will do wed to call and exaanue the stock before pur.
chasing their goods. jnytg
WEDNESDAY MOBMAG. Jl
4. New Plust of .ilormnni-m-' Hoi j-' The
A corrcFr-nnocnt of tec Warsaw (III) Signal
;ivcs a most irresistu.ly ludicrous account oi ihe
introduction of1 the legitimate dran?' among the
)ther ptrjonnanr(3, f_rc:cal and otherwise, Entl e
Holy City. It seuns that the ' Nauvoo Theatre'
.s an establishment got tip by the Prophet for the
?orposo of enabling him to pay off some of his
rnore pressing debts though the benefit of the
icts of a company of players", exotic and inrii.
It was announced that on the '25<lt nit thev
would favor the ci'.i7rns of Nauvoo and vicinity,
with the ' celebrated' Tragedy of PizarTO, or the
i!eaih of Roila, and the ' remarkable' farce of
lohn Jones of the War Office. It so happened,
however, that on the evening mentioned there
:ame up a terrible rain sunn, which prevented
some of the actors from b?:ng there : this, how.
sver. did not prevent a large audience from at
tending, more particularly the ladies, who out ot
fjure chanty to Pro. Joseph, came fl irking like
cloves, to assist in his h;i v truuhles: some of them
"ame in carriages, but others not having the fear
.if mud before their eyes, came on foot, holding
Lheir dresses at kolf.mast, for fear of netting them
wet. On learning that the play would not come
>lf thai night, they repaired to the tipper mom ol
:he Masonic H_ I. where they turned it eff with
l ball for that evening.
On Frid iy evening, the first performance came
?tF, according to appointment. At an curly hour
tlis Highness the Prophet, accompanied by his
iilcnda.'its, made his appearance and took h:s
?eai in the chair of State, which was made ex?
pressly for the convenience of his Royal High,
aess. He seemed hi?hly gratified at the able
tud dignified manner in which the performance
w.is c< n iuctcd by the Reverend Gentlemen who
look the leading characters in the pl*y. Among
the most conspicuous of the performers I notic?
ed Eiders B. Young and G. A. Smith, of the
"Twelve," and Rev. G. J.Adams; of " Spir
itual Wife" memory : also, Elder Tho. A. Lvtie,
lite suncrnuinrr irv iti the Park Theatre, of New
.ork, who sustained .he pait of Rolls, in a man
ner becoming the conspicuous place he lately oc?
cupied. The pirt of Alonzo was sustained by
Elder E. Snow, a worthy preacher oi the Gospel;
i'hc part of Elvira was taken by :Mrs. Adams,
wife of the Rev. Gentleman, and that of Cor-i by
his sister Miss Adams. Injustice to the Ladies,
1 must suv, they performed their parts extremely
well, particularly Corai VVc cannot refrain from ;
mentioning that Alonzo's child was one ol G.Ji I
Vams's "spiritual babies" by .Mt?s ***??* ?
' Oh shame 1 where is ihy blush .'" Nothing j
remarkable happened during ihe performance u<
trie tragedy. The farce also pissed off very well,
wiUi ihe exception of the Rev. Gentleman, who
siisiained the part o; Guy Goodluclt, Esq. wh
>vus under the necessity of having his part read
"If tri ft im by the Prompter.
On Monday me (wrformance was advertised
? >r that evening to lie Then se, or the Orphan ol
Geneva?lu be concluded with Pizarro. A
I irge audience being in attendance, Elder A lams
?mdc his appearance and Blated th.it in conse?
quence of sickness in the family,they would not
ucrfortn '? Therese' that evening, bnt th?i Elder
Lyne would favor t.he audience with the speech
it 15 u us over thodead body of Lucretia, and :?!
? that tl.remark ible" larce of John Jones <>t
ihe VVar Office?lo conclude with Pizarro, would
be performed that? veiling?o we had a change
? Pizarro and John Jones and John'Jones and
Pizarro. At the close of tins evening's perform.
in- e it w.is stated by Eld, r Adams that the his.
torical play, Damon ainl I'siIims, and Therese-,
would be pcrlbrincd '?n Wcdhesdajri' the 1st inst.
and dismissed us with t-J id's blessing.
A Man Killed in Boston in a Quarrel.?
We learn from thi Boston P-st ihtt on Saturday
tfternoon James Gorrnan, laborer, was employed
by Charles Grecnlcaf, teamster, to help him load
up sonic manure. Some dispute an se about the
<]ttc?lioti of payment. Gorman followed the
.?.;ig'>n insisting upon pay tor what ho had done,
aid took hold of ono of the horses in order tos'op
the team. Green lea I became exasperated at tins
interference, and took from his wagon a short,
iiut thick oak stake, und with it struck Gotham
once on ihe arm and twice on the bead.
Upon receiving the last blow Gorman dropped
senseless ; be was taken to the hospital, where all
efforts to restore him to consciousness failed.?
Early Sunday morning he was conveyed to the
house, where he dii d about half-past 8, without
having exhibited from the titst to the last any
sign of consciousm ss.
Grecnlcaf was employed in the lead works at
Roxbury. He has ht.cn arrested.
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ln=e Period, Vo esreic Period. Era tioo of Coseguiua. .Vom,:
Oor. Lsen~e II. The Earth's ilnn. M ?rme Virata, Periods.
Var-rcnr District Soh-Appeiuiics. Monr.t JSoia Lecture
I'l. Upheaval and Subsidence of rhe r'.vth. Nspies, temple
i?f Serspis.Mont* N-j vo. Lecture ! V, Coral it-ri?. t^ sj
Islands. Lictvrt V. Orisiu of CtaaL Lecture VI. F
Koot-ina's Lee'urt Vit Keees ion of the FsUsof Niaga?
ra. Let'tre VIII, ttisaldeisand icrlst-rrs.
To tl.e ibove taalsoadiied ia this eiliit.sn, i Sketch of'lhs
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? I'r^in ol ?it ..,d aaei dote, tint one never itc 'mis sse.try ol
lriukiuK from its srarkliatt fount " [' hil ?. psper;
" la these daysol Cheap LiteMter?, wh?u etcry kian of
aamby.j?inby irash is Iluodetl iteekly from tht; piets. it is
realty refreshimtiorise from the pemsal of such .t nlusbi.
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[S1ol?il?Ipliis Citizen Soldier.
.\o. I j.?Ts-Imp o.. menu m AsricaHare, the Art?, fcr.
II th" Ulllt 'd rjr^tes; beu.tf accou it ol IVCc&t SOs, linpoi
sar disenveriea a'd in; rnv. ire:,'s io >he mode of builjius
iloii.es, maJtitsS Peaces, laisiea Gnia, makina Pork.d'spo"
slul ot rives, m skiuS L - ol Oil, raising SUk.w ilh runra? ieas
il improves] nosuths'aad'otfaei All ieaUoral Imidtineuts, iae.
|}v iton. H. I., f LLswoaiH, L*. romusiouerof i'.ter.ts. Au i
. TnsstiseonAsricultoral tseology Pro? ZScents; li.ee..
irs or SL "Iiis one of the uio-i ralaable.end iii'.errsiiu
locameuts vsebar- -ver pertiaed."
The iboire valuable vs,.:k contains a vast amdant of the
boat importantiofortnllfoo to ?%nners >rhich has ever b
ire ueei: presented at so ciu-.ip a rate. The eoutvots of ihs
*-iik, i.i (art. a.-e ss foll.msi
Tahalai kestim ueof the I ops in each Stjie' f ihe Union,
.im w mg i lie ?u:id?-r.of bushels raised in .ich State of Wheat,
Barley; Oars. H e, Buckwheat, Corn, iV:.iioes, pouuda j I
Hay. Vlst And Hemp, Tobacco, Cotton, Hire. Silk, Cocoons
Susrariaallonsol Wue^atc ,
Itemarks on the fonsgoiug, and a Review of the Crops ol
- ich of the .,bo?e .i iiii-o irticl. ,, ss rii : in pun .u tugge^tioai
Proste .."f Improvement?? .au?e? ol ImprovemesiC
Cnra-Stalk Susar??Lard Oil; iif. Kereign sia.-k?u.
lni(ioieil dodeof fencing? Mode of constructing Mouses.
Kntuie Surplus?I'.iinp.inson of Esports mJ Impoiu.
Mok.ts.tr Home or Ai.r,.,.I.
Proapeel of . Porsagu M.i.ket.
Success oi Coni|a-tat*oa.
Com Laws"! Kmrlaud.
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1. Letter fronxHon. John Tutinferreof Virginia, to >!?. I
r.ilsssorth on the Cultaie of Wheat
2. Letierfrom tVilbam Webb of Wilmington, Del.and Ex
ended Item irk, by the same gentleniau ou the ManuMCIure ol
i:.ir> Stalk See. a a.
3. Evti-ict from Annale., Je Is Societe Polyteci ..,,;u
Practique, tnrulatad at the Patent Olfice and highly COflfirusa
tory ol Mr. Wrbh's Es.ay.
I. Method at crrstaliziog Corn Siru;?Utensils, Process
ac. ?ic. By J. J. Manes, r"..s.i.
5. BKOOMCOKX^.vletcodof nantisae, Cdl?Tation, H ir
vesting, Scnsoiag, Machinery, Product, Value, Mamifaclun
of Brooms, Miscellaneous.
?. Pot ud Pearl Ashes. By Wr. A. Otis, of Cleave!and
7. do. do. By H. Work of Fort Wayne.
a. LARD OIL.?Converting Ltrd into Oil. mil also into
eoaereu forms for the m.uifoiture of Citidles?Result of Es
nerimenta. By Ilarris, Stanwood tk Co. ol Boston. Witt,
itemt.k.on the same subject. By CjUOSBUI, MoBFIT of
I id lade I phi a.
9 .lad 10. Sone subject discussed b,- W. Mtlford and J. B
Sutlord of Cleaveiand, Obiw.
II. .M.mIc of M.iiiuftcliiriiu; Elaine lud Ste.iriut from Li.-J.
Vc. By J ihn 11. Smith of New-York.
12, I., tier fmm A. Sect:, Es.;, of Erie, Pa. on the us- s and
value of K-i;sr S-s .1.
13. Mode of FeticiasTaad DitclitDg, ftc., with cuts or dis
gracis repres-uting?1. The Feace,3. Rails sharpened; 3. Au
.?ur with Cutters^ l. Holes bored; i. Post, Ditch and Embank?
ment; 6 snil 7. Views of ibe Scrsisrr; S mil 9. View, of til*
Plough; ID. Surlsie of the ground; II. Cheap Wood Mill.
12 and 13. End and front views; it. Poaivboiing Machine.
Ii. Letter from EL VV. Elisvsoiihof Lafayette, Indiana, oo
the same siibject
li. Plan of Cheap Cottages.
Itiud 17. Dunes an Imports into tb? Port of St. John's, L
C. from tlie Called S:it.s.
I?. Ou the subject of hiporting Beef, Tork, Hams, Lat".
Cheese, stc. from the (Jailed Stateslo England,and the piopel
in'itte ol crepiriug the s.mie.
lXf~ In addition to the foregoing, which wax prepared bj
the Hou. II. L Ellsworth, and presented to Congress at its
last Session, and tea thousand cope , oijsred to he printed,
the Publishvi. Ii ive cnuected with it 1 t aluable Tiea'ise or
liaising Sw ine, and the oesi Methods of Fattening Porkt hi
lleary Colmau of Maas.
Auo to reudei the ? ort still more worthy the attention ol
Farmers, they wir sl.^i udoed au ia valuable Tieatise ou
GeologWas Connected with Agriculture, iy Willis Gaf
lord, of Uaoud-iga Co., N. V. This Tre.itue .iloi.e is couxi
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Dr. Lnnlner's Lcrlures.
No. Ill ? Lndurr'i complete Course of I.e.;:uret. .'elirere.l
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embrace I iu th-Lectures, a:e : ElesUiicity?The So..?Ual
sLiim?Toe Fixed tJtars?Magaetie Needi-?Lmioii.
Longitad?Bledcning? 1 arm mg? Popular Fallacies?Light
?Ks,ling Stars?Temporery Stt>??ilu'oncel Sketch oi As
trouomy?Llew?Science aiJed bv Art?S^ientittc Utacov*.
ries?Sn.iud?Vibrations of ihe Itetui?Volt de b llery?
Si.Ain Engiue? of Kuglind and America, s his esllttono/
Doctor L-rdia-r's Leerures it introduced by a Skrtcb of the
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Chemistry and Philosopbr.
No. IV ..Chemistry of the tour Aacirat El. meniA?^rs,
?iir. Earth and H'ctrr?Foe Diked ut-on Lectuie? delivered
be|a.-? Her Majesty '.be Que-u. be 'I It isias UatrTITts, Lec?
turer o:: i heinistry ,: ?: Bariholoruew 'j Has; i'->'. Illestril
e.I 0. UPW <rd. Ol'seS'U'.y engmiilgs_The Book or l*hlll>
loubieal .-?,-naicuij, ?ilaAti.itiag the priacipal iactt and cu
rion, pheoomeoa of Eteetrieity, Uaivsuism, Miguerism.
Cheiiiis-r> , Op?CA.He.t, S.C .i itn Introductory Observniuus
oa tacli Seteace, ?j.J upwards ol 300 Exjieuuieau. ?> J. S
rhu l-lisay on rh?C'hemi.try of the Four Ancient Elements
is ehietly intende?l lor tho^ w ho have not ttmlied thescisuce.
isWnssydataila .tud theories are avoided, useful aiid iutereu*
,u? i^f simAiioii i'ipplisd, and lasimctiou bailed ssrilhenter
aiiiin-.nt. Explicit dir-crioax ar- gnea mpec'Jux the per?
formance of Ihe fcxpernrieuts.
" A person who Pexlotma an Experiment and thoroughly
iu !e;s: lads the uantre of it, will hardl v > ver forget >rse priu
cij je it illustrates, it has beet: '..ie object of the writer rc. in- .
::u,;u, e i oly sach et;-rimeii:s -j rtuy be tarrformed w ilh nai
pir apparatus,aud such as maybe easily and cheaply pro- .
cured.'' ErfnicM fr-tm Ihr Preface.
The :wo books ?isite earned base mei with * ratad ,
Hid esrteasise s-i!e in England, and continue to be ser>y\
ulaiand ia sjreat demaad, uotwi?lsLiadiag eacn utir is lolc it
tooat roar times ?..e irice o! the cost of sots, works together ,
in the edition ptiaTcd in ihe P Serin of Vieful ?-imkt Jur tut ?
PtvpUr ~ . '
Tl,e aoote works are neatly printed oa clear D-ss :yoe w:'h
about 1J0 engriTiug?. aud tjgeihtr are sold at Ue txcrediuily
low price ul'Ji ceau: rive copies for il.
No. V. ..Princn les of Poiirieat Economy, ot the Laws o
the Formsotm ef ^i>uoua! W-alth. de?el-sped ny m-*u? ?f
th- Chns'iui Law of < irivrmtneb:: betas the ,u">s'-'iee ..1 i
cs*? C'i.rtr-d to the Haxd-Iooin We. sers'Comniiisria. by
.ViiLiss, Aiai^sos. vs ,th aa Ihtmduetioc, liestiag ol
in. ?.?.?.>. tisr Scieuc? of Politick hjCaasaar, a_d o.e
SolapCatiou of its Triaciples to the Condition Of oar o?s
' ouuiri. and the uptiuildiog of iu P.-espe.-uy, ?" MoSi'.i
tians i.ev. .''.ice il en's: five c p-.es fol Jt.
Historv of the Silk Cullure:
Ao. Vl...T:.e Silk ? - u.-e La the Dotted State?: Em
tuiciug cotnp'tte accouuriol the latest sad m.si: i,.,,,o,-d
modes of Hatching. Beating and r-ts-'uie the riiiamn,
.Miaagiiu.- a C.-cootwry. Keelieg. Spiamng and .\:;=al,c:ar
? Stlk Ssc Sir., with eerV o.Ierestir.s Historv .-i.'..;..,
of the Sdk Buainea?, Naiurxi History of itf silkworm, ihe
MulS-ny. &e. MasTs.ted by turoemas ?ugrsvmgs ol .\li
ebiarry and .".-oecs*?s. a. J a .Maa'iij Jl'at ?Uk Cul:are.?
Price 15 ce-.l?; iWe eopii s for St.
Git??L?F a. ilc?XKATH, Tnbuae Budd ugx
a; ;o?> chy Kail.
try pissrma?ees are tuthonied by raw to cansrntt moneys fut
sabsenpouus to newsira;snv uiH>ir theo trank, free of postage.
tty Moner retr.ined thruofh the mail sr?) bear the n?k of lbs '
Putslanens. Nisesol all ipeoe-yiricg Banas in any State ?.?
f "moo wdl he rwee.?erf ?r tsxr. _ G t ' ?
\~NTHkXc,TE Vi". IRON-31? u?rfll7~ia:e -.w
rY ? ..-e an accLunt, by Ml'RLXX'K, LEA VITT &. CU. !
STEAM ENGINE FuR SALE?A sesj-rnd-faand Erupna
of l? hone power, boC-ea and ail complete and ta good 1
order, having run bot one year, for sale low. Inquire of J. F.
RODMAN. Utr Foundry, Di \Vriir*a street mis Sm* I
FIVE DOLLARS A TEAR.
whole uro. ?s*.
sani >>?> v,\ rsa par1lla,
r*?H THF. KF.VOVA!. fOTD PERMANENT CURE OF
OF ALL diseases ABISING iT.i >m as lit- ;
PI RK STATE OF THE BLOOD. OB
H VilIT OF the system.
Th:? medicine b c?v-.sti3lir perf -n :-.: tiaott IneisdMs eiuss '
o' <!i?ea.?*s an.ic.g Irrvn impnr ties of trie bi.??l e~l eeexisi
?ycem. It has arres^e.! and COIfd numerous ca?e? <u"-cr .
nrT.v:ion?.d:sesses> -.it" the ?i n. rheumatic gout, ibsen.M*d !:icr.
; ainfui enlargement of the knee, elbow, and *rk j.e.ir*. Chro- ,
_ r r.beumat:sTn.?>rvihri-.*t.ehp>mccon?tin;fr I
taiium utltet lllXWilm lliling from impure .eer?:t:..r:s U it ?
rre*>nr>iioa are stroi g!v cueieentratci: all the mwiht? unl er- .
n._ prvperuM of SafSepeitlSk ?>? which :t? ?.-?i? w .ier*s?.:us.
Compound?! with other remedial (scat*, >elccte-l (rum the se
tstable k.ecdom.the whole ?Sreririh of which r? ejtrscttd on j
an entirely new principle, which has cost many yenrs of iab.-r ,
?adinttch expioie. Tl* grot ot-ject demcd i? itowtrhun j
phur..y accomplished, ra the production ofa remedy tteateatni
a control;__ power over suppeced incurable d.-ieasr*. hereto,
fere unknown n the history of njedkiot.
T.:e testimony ottltoM who have beet etred by its cse with I
their rusidecce, has been puh&hed. frivni u;re to time, and j
were it dcsirab*? mass o!'the most osemheiuiinf testwieni ?
could be brought it* ward, pros-,ng most cof.ci-an-elTit.sine.tr- .
mable rai'je. is in active ami curative nsedieine in the above j
diseases. The afflicted, or those who mar have given up in I
d.-:>p.ir, and all who are mtCTCsted. are invited to make a trial
ot'th-s valuable medicine, or tu fall on those who nave come
forward and N.me public testimony of its priceless ralue to
tiren?. and satisfy ttiemselvos isdivsdtzaihl ofki power in arrest
htc nnd curia* disease, and of what .1 has perilim-eii tor
The *5>!!nw .r.s cur? of in inveterate cue of S.-ny'iJi is sub?
mitted to ti.s careful cootideraii .c of the atfucrad
PaWTTCstET. V._y 30th. IStS.
McssR*. S.tsns?s.etitleir?n ; ttav.ne beeu relieved an-!
cj>sJ ot one of the rntttf diitrrrsing maladi-s u* w...r:> t.,r
h lann sy.tetu r. tvineet, by the o-e , i y..jr Saxnimntia, 1
tssl it my duty to inaac kimwn I.. tue public tbe fact* alM.kl
tug my cafe, and the mesJiuu-ble txueu: 1 bare ?'.?med train
tiie u^t ot' your medicine.
In the Miminer nflSS, when at sea. I had a .welitiut under
my right arm, which gathered, hruka, nisi uroveii to be *?! a
S lotulous kind. A lew days ar>?r svhich 1 *i desi. atsl in:
at-diatcly applied to a phystenn. ait.i rccetse:! bnt etile l?rcehi.
1 was itwirpfn lo apply to .cvrsl ot toe most s.Vllul physician*
t.'< place ad'onksl. and to make u^ of various sim.-ib.-s ; net
withstanding kowesir ! contmncd to cruw worse1, uabinrf
nsht sm>uul?r. ?idc, breist. nc;*. mid siomirh. tie>-aii!e one
eitcudinc sole, win h ilisci::irc?i ctiot?? in liirce uunnlitie?.
and my lite np;?-ared to be hisl wasting away *ijr hcnl?i was
s i much impaireii tnat st l.insw 1 was not abie tar^outoi
d.H.rs - i was u mere esmcinted ?ketetou llsery ivne sii(ipt?e,i ,
I c. u J tin but a ihort tnee, and I had niyM-ii despaired u! |
evrr nhrainitist; reliet In Nocanabar last I accidentally saw
) nil Kanena rilta nris-en.wi in one oft? uasssspa-sis, w-htcii
induced rue la make ore nii're trial to .etaiu my health ; aial i
he.ii.ite not to say Ii-:i ti dona more food, limn all the
ITsSdlCUMt I have ever taken. Hr the useot one or two I" t
t.es i was relieved Iroiii all pain, my rssaith '?ejran toaiueodaiid
1 n o. (eel :-er!ec'.!y sve.l; 1 can w< my ru-ht arm. which 1 was
uaabte to do tor nearly live years, ami 1 attribute the result en
t rely to a iw b.si:t. of" your .o,_lu..h> Saivuwr il :. I now
henr.iiy teconiicciirl it Ui.nl! sinui.-.riy affected, tu?: U^-> ma)
procure the nicht mediana b:m! tliei-joy ?ave litriiiselsc. .uliVr
mc snd e\ue"i-e. Those wishjna tosisiw btrther paaocuku)
may lind meat my rowtenca in .Mill .tree'., PawUJCkat, where i
ihaiihe pivascl to ewnmnnieata anythmctio lalation tn inj
c ise. I mi, with Rrati'uue. >. i/^, .tc.
BrOSTOL, s... .May Sd, lsii
The arssve namei! t'nlv.n Hardtna personaUy apiw.-ite,t b
f-re me and Blade oath to the truth of the nresTotna eertiticaM
j bin sutxnbed. COLLLNS llAKUNG, Justi.v
I do liets?by certify that the nlmve'? n uoriecl -'stem- itTtm
CaM-ol I'ao.n ISrdois, ami the Woodarfol rttixt ol raw .->-?:
. iriUa. i nave Irequently mi hj sore? drc?sc<1 and am
know n? to '.liciii.dicitie BO ituule n*e ot
For lui'her partietilurs und conclur.ve evidence ot its supe?
rior value tui.l etOCaCy, .?*>* pamphlsts, winch may be obutiunl
Prepared ainl Mit,!. wK.i-**,|- mid rata?, by A. H. D.
sa.Nles, liols-uiM llmc.iM,. ?.< Fntton stre-.-t. N. Y.
S-ild niso by IJraigtiU ?eiii.nill> tiirouahout the L'. Str.tes.
\'r- e ?: nai tH.t!??ox IhiIi!i-s lor ii.
rxr* 'I he pubheara reaoectrully requeaud to raaaeaabai thie
. l i. Sand's "HrsTipuriltn that hus and is cuii?titntly a. hieviu.
,tich remark.iDle ei.? ol th? most dithcutl clus? Ol dUsamU
which the hunwn t'rnnie ?? nlir?ct. 't heietore ask lor Mind
"?.itstipanlln, ai d lake no oih^r. tnf Ira
FIRS l' PK E.MI UM DAOI ERREOpYPES!
DLUMBE 1IAGUEKRIA.N CALLKRY OF PATEN"!
? PREMIUM CULOBEU PHOI Ot.BAPUS. No. S
Uroedwajr, above Edurray.street, New \??ik?Awarded tin
?.K-T PKtMM M 'ml HlUnKST HONOR, by Aioer.cau mi.
I nmkiiii Instiluto, tor the most beautifulcsslorad Lbcutrrei
ivih-> cur exhibited.
I bisestabhslimeut has ju<t lieen erenlly ei.lnrtfed noil nn
proved, by the adtlitiuq ol naaily the wlsufc of the tir.i ib.
, vPii...',T..~t, ami embrace! now no lewei IbanTWKLei
saparalauapartraeiits. 'lite ?eala upon which Iba btasimm
cm.dueled lusutsss ndvautajrei whica nre no where else Ui Is
met with: and hciiceihe nrpulatioJI which tli.s concern In
i.ittiiysenjoye.:. r.? i^io^ the " tir-t in tu.' world."
" Pbe stenmer Chleiioma earrssslouta oewand impryva
r.ppnraiu? lot lakuu i'm;n.'nc. type .Miimitore.. onlereo b>
H:ieutirie eepUewan of Edinburgh, from tj e estahtstunent a
I'roi. humm It is ter superior to any utstruoia..t ever i>e..r
rnanuftetured " 'Buy Smtelkwaaserat
Plumbe's Premion and l.'eminn \|rparnio.. mid liutructmo
Plates, t'??es. _e. at lowest tntn._ m-> tin"
BEAOriKUL ?KATE APRONri.
rTpDE In ajssortmenl and rm itelerhnl patterns of flraii
1 Aprons u>ge*rser wiGa ttrsmrrfbr Looamg Gbtss?? am
Picture Frame??may t>e louno at
nili II. it s. It s.YNOR'3 ItiHiksiore, Bowery.
Tu TUE LADIE&
MlLl.lsxNs ? Vi o ?ms.S. skk aSsPa. rn Ll.Y
invtiad to . nil and asatfnao our stuck
i?f ."?freie <io.iis. In part a. UdloWSi ?iz.:
l^adSmTuscan, Naapsditaaf llirds Eye, lb* .', < i.ad Brav
IsOnnets, Mi..e?' ?ire?: also, 5liases, Boy** and Uhildren'a !/?.
born. Panama, arid l'alm Lent Hat?, aiuiicul dowers.ate. itc
All sellout oil'very low, f'nr rn.sfi, at
Is.sLK &. l> i.'S, liM Pearl untct.
U. s. Hi.iet UiiuIiiiii. lute
mi5 Im? Hoh's Horas?. Rew-Yori
CHEAP I'O CASH
C V. iVEMPLE,
So. 73 rlllR, OS? DOOK rKOM NsSSAL-STKCtT,
na.-jusi a-cci.^1 from Auction n great rariet) of Balzoi
ines; Printed Lawns, < ifjafa kVlesOsi l.ingiiaras, likaii
Bdgmgs. Needie-wnrked Bands, r>ila lltap^s. Cotton Krmge
Bonnet Kiiihe*, Ribbons. i.men Usmbrie Haudki Threw
and CaUue Edgirur^.Gimtmn I--ice, Hosiery, Clor?, Lao
\eiis. air ?li.,i wmenwilllwussfcl?rgrasvt banraias. ml*
ESOUIPIIi i.N t iF~< M~|is~>ru~.Vf.\i "I niKO'vl
THE NEW-YI IRK CARD M ?NUFAI T> <K\
Enaroeled, Pi rcckun, Salin, Gold Bordered, Embossed, Rib
Ld..?.i. Fancy C lured. Bordered, Mourning Cards, and Print
or,' itlmik, of < very deacrfption and ii'm, colored and plain
Arnerican, French, German sod Spanish Playing Canfa ot
every variety ol back am! quahty : Quadrille, btr^e and smai
Comic ami Social CooversaUoa Cards; e.ttra tmck Coloiei
Card, fir (failroml IVI.vt.. Pencil Ciirils. &.c. &c.
i irder? from nil -ectious of the country respectfully solicited
and will be ffuWnlly executed by I- SMI iii,
my31 Im_10.? John.>t. la:..- 71 Puhomt,
?*I*i> TIIK INI! aki PANTS > ?K KAST f?R< UUWti
X A.Mi ITS VICLNPFY.?Attheluggestioo of anumbe
ol respectnb'e lainilies. resnlin? in tlie cfeveuth Ward, the Pro
pnetor of the ALHAMKA. Broadway, raw bean induced u
tspeu a Branch uf but establsdimanl at No 100 EaitBruad
ws/. one ibxir above Uulcer ?tn.rt. The house is a vvry lnr?r>
' ar.il ?jlea-ttint one. i?itig s!tuiitett in the must ccntfnl part ot'th?
I .tret. The Sulociii? ?f*.fftttd Dpin a style ol ireat Uisle ami
I itenUsesa. To thine who nave visited his esiaMi-.'imeii' u
i llrotulway tie need only -av. tiuit the vi.-ne enilesisor. mwl ans
icty Ui pleas* his iru^.is will t-e evinced thete as at the fisnaei
staeo. Tw those who have not. Is* laapa? tfull) ill I kin llniii Ii
cull iumI pid^e lor theinssiis-ea.
Thetsi?oons will be rendy to receive company Tuesday
tn? 7th in.t.
N. lt.?I'ream constantly on hand. pun*. inytj In
llUIIU'ifl I.US. i i II '..-! N ?. ir.cdiurii
lyW n M I and double ? ?pur .
lO.fXXl lbs. Straw Boards. as?.ir eu No... iiiperiar ijuality.
?.i.CO do Bnndlsox Boards, assorted Nos.
'lo I 'up Makers' Board*. ej?m lar^e lize.
S.'.OI do Trunk Board?, asv rteil Nos.
5tX) ert?*s Bonnet Boar 's, various rnialttiet.
Pres? Paper., white and brnssm, flat, fur sale in auann'trsi to
suit purchasers at Paper Warehouse. No. 1st John sUeet, by
mi) K. B. CLAYTON et BON8.
lu.'i Bushels new croti .African Pea Nuts,
bd Bugs PariOscoa,
10 ('.-i-es Genoa i it.-on.
JL', Ilrums Smyrna tigs,
1?J Baskets ami Boxes Nnples do.?For tale by
rri CASSN KK &. Yt.il NC. t? Chatliam street.
HDSE FOR THE CBOTON VN'ATF.K.?The subscr.bei
is selling at a rotucisil price n superior articU of India
Kuldser llov.-, bmsl and co rated with S licet Uublier. and war
runtcs! tu wear longer than an/ other Hus* in market. It is put
togsstbertn e diffkseni aiajiner. aad being eoveie.1 if do? nni
rot. CoopKogi attaebsd without charge.
For wile at Lit Maiden l>ine. and i?Ji Broadway, br
mil) Im_ C. L RO.=S.
BB?i I1FUL CRATE S.PB0NS-H "it ft RAYNOB.
76 Bowery, l.ase the bircea a?ortroenf, and must eJegutt
paltsmsol Critte Apron?, to lie found m nnv store in this r,ty.
AUo, llrspery. tor Lookiuj Classes and Picture Frans-??ab
colon. _ in3D
?jj- I .AH i.A '?:'-?' ?-.r?1? n"..-:i*. tiiKi.iiSictureil en.
ij u: i. ...t--..e ami retail, by
birrVz. BROTHERS it CO.
No. 13 Julie n.. New York, and
141 ?jn? 6 11 .-'?? si_ Brooklyn.
'IMIK COUNTRY NEWSFAPEB ADV ER lt.- IM:
A AuascTT or V.B.P?lxsvK.ettri.vneiy known tr.r<sighoui
ihe United Sutes as embrnr;:,/ mi^t -U t!*? best Newspapers ol
thepnticinai to.vns in the ('ni.si. i? established at 16? N-.ssai,
Btiaet, t'lnbune Uuiktmss, oppos.ty City Hall, al Loa
D- -i.il: CAMPS, lor bonung Cumphrr.e.?These l^imptar?
tiniple in their c-nit.-uct.on. easily trimmed and give >>
very briinatt brnt at a cost of one cent an aour. Manutac
turei: an?l lor ?Jib*, wbsdasala and retail, by
IdhTZ. BU'JTHEK it CO. No. 12 John-tt. New-York.
It <?* _ aud? Hiclu-st. Brooklyn
\IKS. ROBINSON, from Elitibeth street, fnv
?il Clear Marcher.O Mercer.street, fifth du?,r a'^ive Bprint
?trtet. Tarleton a.1,1 K-ii?iroKl*t<!<l Drsanes. Laces, French
VVorkad Cape?, Collars, ice. made to boa equal to new
Shawu. ~ ou. llenr. .es, Table Covert. Silk Hose, itc
cleaned in the best mrj-.ner. my'^! tro*
A LARGE \SS<jRTME\f tnTMMES 00AT8:eom.
^X. pr.sing Linen. Jein, Cainieu, I 'asumeres. Bombazine,
.Merino, Frocks, il'ifr-ayi, iic. tuje. leady made, at 23!
Bro?iway, opposite liie Fouhu b.
???'K if_W M. T. JENNINGS U CO.
I ?BAJ *tj ANll A ? CH" Jltr-?from 1+4 men tn .*?. do an
V/ cbirt-i trum S.fXXJ A to I! \. so d or eichnryr-d by
- apt2 GAUNTlr. IiERKICKS^'N. igSosstrs-st.
BP.' i'.V*. H \V INA eUC (BS-8B0 boxes on board bark
General liam^.n, for ?uie by
miu citi.s.SKi.i_ rrn.v & a> Tsn..uth?.
|^A0I^STaLl,~AFl7jAT-It'7'? busaebo on rxsjrd ship
\s C??s, for tale by CRLVN'eLL, .MLNTCKN tc CO.
DALE ROPE?Cssion wa-te and baggrng wasted ax man
XJ ut'-.cturer's pncea tor cash by
aplJ i. AI NT te liK.RRICKSON. 159 South-a
TE.VS.-300hah chests Young Hywci, Car.^-paetod. tor
?icby GRCJNELL. MINT!. K.\ IrTCQ
d? :f_Th South-streex^
TT-iiE-niELAfill-jS.-Black Cfoth Uouso Shoes, jurt're
J? crived and 1?^ sale cheap?^3 a 4s
mis_SMiTH u HARPSHORNE. 170 Foltoo-st
CU T NAII??111 cniksot'iin eacaiiect tusnirtrr.eut :br ???>
/ b.w t*> cIo??-an nccotiti' by
n? _MCK!k it K. I.E.AVITT It Co 27 Wsssi st.
H<'NEY.?A lew .-j-. j~ *r,its Comb H.-oe/ lot
.?ale by GASSNER Is. YOUNG,
_ OChxtham tt_
?j\TANILL.\ CORDAGE?SO co..t Manilla l>wdage, all si
i.>la*?. lor eala by M. U. ROBERTS, Ub YVtvB^tnta*. ad
PEN I? -I.I.A K-- KK'.V ?KU.?> .. gm I . i:*** r-Tr. ?.
I - A mdiM '?' '? "' ??' ? ot \ ????-Mi y Kaua
?:.?-t n the qai^ ..f Iii*-? V> ?. ' h.ii?in?n -errd Ji5?. wtr)
'..v. r ' .-i .*n,mir? iIimi f.. ???? e -i ...i;?,!uis_jj. &J .Varrli
? irasenek**?*! a V?e. .--.i as* on --,> t.. Vv nt; ?T, "Tilg
.,.%?<? ss'l ho e-?t l'f ?KiM 'I I '?>????*?'? -*_ce. '.s
r ?!)\K!.ES VETEN *.LM. S*-?-i-.?.. .r , . K-un-hy n
L/ Swss'en. rruir reeee** intorn.--.tsK. > (.?>rn: to hut; a t?nt
r ;-_"-erv"by leaving fc? address*, qt by applying .n person, at
rW : \-.a.u:*teof H. M.'.he King Ol >"i<!?0 aad .Nor?ay u
Sew i oft. 45 li-ts^t?ev - ?
I'.-.-n?_con:.i-?d with the mdissCn*! sN.ee dess-nhed will
sarge h.m -.no h? rels-res by gviag such oiiofri?ijoo ehoo.
uro s* may lead to lit* discovery_mn_> e?l ~u _
UT YYTF.D?Inn t??hi. r>e:..e Tadorng K3t.-1L -hmeat.sa
etired f?nk-*n>a.'i I'o. ?Cr;-' ooabse ieief*suC**s as
rsrscc.iy. k.c. re-.u.rei!. Add.essj T **. ir.htu* office,
\V aNTED? An expel (Steed In teamen in a Ketsd Dry
*? CeeeaStoea A. p.y ?' il?3 Sp. .rm _ _
\\*antei> '?t?! .u-:.- 0 r-??t ?*??? A-^?"- ???
? ? CO no wbauDC vwyag-* la !i-st ?n ;> : Bi**> Wa?t*?.jar.
ers.pera.rsd .,(,.. tin to tstv.ni e.i'ra 1?? w.. bo
- - ? MootlM c a:,-.t:^r ???r. aiGekss said be fur
' -. Ihsersxu of Iba ..,.,?-. A PI r ?? ?3 *
op stairs. . . UHA. -
'?*?? >)!?!.>? KTMV:\ M?'>EMAKtK-.-Wauf?sl.a tvrst
? ra.s ?ufamia. to cats , e....,., ,?-.
- .-u;:. .?- 1 \:.. ::m*
l'.o t okaa -trret. Uns?.*?!
j>t.\RDl.\t.-t;?T'U,nra ?e,j tbeil Wive, rso be tow.
1 * mo-ialed with |r..ct ao.1 kwea ^uur-, iu Kord rtcry ?t 1?
[? '? . ??-e: \ ?? e? ?e : ?. .-, ^-?001.1?
^ X? '!,rn?an! ?"??no ?a?S?. Kea>te:.ce.*j.ci?3;e?}.
'I'W.i tiR THREE <;t:\Tt.KMEN "r.m ?.?-..,.?,
X or without room,, at .\n a3 i.lkuut?.? Mirec ir3 2?*
/"'' hill ltf>\Rl> nml verv piea?.--it nsviiw vK .T-eJ* svnt<(\
VJ" irn-ii ,>f frnUemeii anil Uie.r a:.o at .No. jo Uivct
coiov of* Churcb. uoL-.<?*
J ?1' V Rll? A (entieoMr. sn.1 bn ?ife. wxeral un<Ie reo"
t> tbmaa, can b? acWMWHtonalaJ ?i'-a board ?t 41 F*M
< IAS IMXG.?Faraitiea <w suurte aeu?wujea rai v ?.-com
? instate.! with rooms ami board at tib it. u?t.m crr?;. a
d.s.ri fron Barjadwa]. uoiii lrr.
rT?f> i .in\ PVaaa.-.t Kur-vdi ^l Ri^...-,. ? ?-, Beaaktutsnal
A Ten.il mcjmnsit ^i... at6??Broadway. raS><teod*
0 CO.MS TO LET.?A detiahrjul sail < t i??tns rot a ceo
aV 'eniao anit lady i?. lor ..iure rentwineu, maybe had at
Jtd Bnattwajr; with a raiiiuy o>jimi vi ooty two pet sous.
? uiyjl 7i?_ _
Cf\UT10i\?TO WOOD EX
GSA\t.Kr? AND OTHERS.?
Ahscooded trom the ?ohscnher so
:.. :;i : VVilBamRoawsoa,an
auprenUcetu the esamvioc bosl
re>?. about L' years ol'afc. hot has
the ap| e:.r BCS Ol bo ui at least
twaaty two ; about rive leet dvu
inches buch, rutoet ifncis set,
black cutty hair, acd geisetalle
bass low cuacttVJ smile lurking
on his countenance: he took .-.wa?
st ith hint cl! '! e t<?-.N be had S?
lentinr t.> '.' ?? -. Scj lei. and it I*
stmi'glr stispevtci! that he 4 hat
boret! be tome pervm in this city
or tie-chborhossd for the .;-r.'isse of
1" iiiV? prsKUrtng bis work. A'i ;^f?cn?
are tbetviure cautioned cjainsi
Isaibortnc er amp oytng this runs
stay e, the law will i?. strsetty
forced. H. W. HEW'ET,
13 Spruce .trees.
jes !? ?
rpHE REST 8H I VINO POAP IN TtT? WOHLD is thai
1 preoarat .wi..." the < Hd .Wple. Smp. .rude -u'o n netfiim.
I nasta by S. J.Mies 'I he rormgthe Ioek- s. ue .1 ( r desideratum
.fShnvio.'.-swp.v 7: to MAKE \ Mill K RH II LATHER.
Iml ? ill not ilrv. It (mimt. sir, it reniiy does lhM| soin.su the
eiird. ir ike*the ;kui suit and srnooth, and elves a tin* Ira
?st.u-j, 10 the nose (tents. t'T this once. So'.l at 839 KnslJ
niv.fi i'hulham st Scttaleat Bostoo; i Lodger Hud.1 in??.
I ktb?dedphiai 13S Fuho.i si. Itnioklvn. mil tio
IMIK BEST SIMP m THE WOttl.P?tanidre* who
I desire a superior arbesa ot the kmd will do ?tii to try
rb berts's Improved Po ur t*oep, ? betnr truly an tmafosrssa
.ri-cie lleui* manufactunsl ol ....ruei other rrsaUruua than
nv ..|Jvr Stfip. ??????. it laa-uhar .tieibf-ea r- je?se,l by none
ll.er??urh as not lading t'abcv- or Mio?ns hleaehina
' Itiii't-ls. making them is-rtivlr white and soft as new.
rrithont .hmiklng them in the i.-ast;?an.' il is an ev'e,,e.i<
eilet Soap, laavug tbatkm as sadt as any VVindsot or Castilsy
-*i-ap; a-al iiinnv whn u^1 it say ;t /i e* much feitlK-f ihnti aoy
Iher, For *eJe by roost ol the principal Gteeen io thss Caty
>nd Brooklyn. Every bar , stamped T. Robert*'? Impratrad
Urosen ?ssp." T. BuKEKTS. J4U t i.erry si. mSl
AftoN F?'?R S.M.K \ -t..-. so" -.s-t nl Country
VVegon. e< -ellently csileilbltad l. r nv v n^a family.OS
. ...ush toads itetiem'ly. Apply at the Pbema Itaia .'. Mee
ar street, near Houston m? U
DR. H. I'.ostu ICR,
PHVsii iw ANT1 <! ItGEON.
mrl lm" \o 75Chambeeaaa,
I AW CABIV-Johs M. DorriKLDvofNaTCnai Misses
' spi, wtHaitariil in 'eg.d tssasisies* ?tal ...ay is- rammtet! v Urn
p -he I'lo-oit I uufti ul Adu.i.. and 'he a.l i.eiait eon. ties, iiisd
i theSupssruirCourts of the Slate, A i ivonble protawoaal
oneethsam l^saisiana wui enable him toauend to ttosiossa
... io the INrishas uT?Msl Sla'e nsdl Nati [tea. He refer, to-"
rant A Btotisn, Van Wale, t.'aui.tisell and
??..h.rt?-hi iii,.igeiit n?t Brown, Warmses,
FW tier*. A Co Malmlm a Caul,
Snm. Cisrhran. Iltnn lj.se.ty.
V. K'n.n .lei ly
HDISON VAIL, HE.NTIST. has removed t.> No. Z%
Broadway, .v. \ ,et 2w*
* \(t. I. G. HEW E'lThn. rvmove,l to No k It'eeeker st.
i * near Bmadway, New.s.u?. fntcticr ciaitii.e.1 tolMslu
alions, Fmctiires, Ilia l?>sen**s, Ppi ins, t onioo-tn ns. Pal
...1 Li.eio. line.in.atom, Nervoo* AlfeetMMss,Tenetewiass In.
1 on.nut on. unit Cm mtUrSa lll'lhe f pine. I elorn ,-,! ShfioUeis,
\ lute Swellnu;.. WeaJtstssM oi theJotata, and DkWaaei she
iml ? genemliy.
Kefi.i-es given ou applieats ri tu Dr. H utlfl Im*
\ri TH E OF HEM'.Vtl.-P'iKi E'H PATENT tint)
-apitEJiiCM Kitchen uangj mil its* > / n -ast
? E ntbl shmeul .* rentueed '<> Broadway; one il..>r above
The pub)nr.- respeftfully requested t? ea'l and examine a
ew R?nge which haaisieii nor. daeed this rrprlng, ?hi. h i.,r
urah . I. .simpln: fy ami wronnins . hes never beeil ?Opwssad.
,N. 11.?Pieue's Raaaaa repauau b> applying at i.1-"-'Ilroud
ui/, ml* tin
' > r?oVAst>Tbe Office and Mt* Rnnm oftha N.-.s V-.rk
IVCaid Macuiaetory iremovodraomilEulloo-streel tes Ijjj
.... -.I. op,.? '" ' "It stlts t
kprilU. I.dl3m| _ L. SMITH. IMJoho-tt
; > EMOVAL.?JOHN U >\ EJOY, Lamth?, removed from
la r>b Prince-Ueui lo'Cirilioudway, Iwod-sit.beliivs Bleeker
inset. on., no
\ I ACIIINE PK ESS Eli' >AK IWI-JO t ales Machine I oik
T| ?in, V.1 hnrrel. Pin ... Jii b inreh \\.iugtoa 1 ?r, IcO kegi
iii Neils. sW kesjsHhipaOil B. il sp.aes. together wu'i p lull
ssortment ol timp Chandlery, lie sale ny
at M. 11. It' iRERTB, Its I Vest -street.
. f.. Wi Visst lil ies EXPRESS w.ll
.'-??e NI.U \. | h 00 M'Sslsoy and
_Thur?ifay "t &* .mlsiiit NIM BOD, at d
,M. lor W e?i Si.??:.?., i?e ria Huusatonil It idroad
aauni re.veWeaSbs-kbrUge f.wNew ti?? Tuesday ami
ridny lor 'he Hari?|>ort .lion of l.ur.ille?, 'iackn.es. Money acd
i iffiee No. I jj Weal Street. m<sj iV.i
? III'IMPS'CVS TPISSES. (Ulire No. is*
kn.nii Kieor, .About 9w) of the nisi phsai.
is mid .urge,,iis ?i .S,.?, y,,r|i |,.ive given
their i!ecnle.i pPSSofeQCS to h | rose.NS you can
graduate Iba peexura frosnonelo uliy |w...nd*
nut ropnire, wjthosrt ii isu k pud. wh eh <l,^-. su much injury
to the leine. A hnr trial be ug tlie last lest of its -u,err.only,
I is applied anil sis days' trn.lgiven, ma! il it d . ? not ivtain
lie rupture, while prrlormiiig every kind of egercite or rough
Of,und giwperlect ease; in a word, if il is not ?aiisfaeltsry
n etery nSpeCt, tl.a money i? ehssjrfutll returned, ii ad tlui ii
ihe only condstMso on sthti h von ihoul-i buy anyTmss a per
naoeilt cure is easily ollecleil. Lift War ma led, if iiui-claios are
Tho-e wnding MrtwsTruM need only Dsentioa.tbe side nip.
ture-l and the dm usure ruOJld Ike bina. as ihey'ran s'faduale
he pressuie lo suit 'Je-ir ease. Sold WMlasBJe and rela.l at 13
Uewnsan 'Street. mlAIiu
II t IJ.'H TKCfOSIX-Notire to ltui*ured Pst
?ons.?Pensms ainieied With rupsWai asss rely
Upon the besl lusirumenlaJ mil tlie World nffonls.
un Mjiplicaiioii at 'lie ottire. No. 4 Vesey street,
or to eUhee of Ike ogefsu in u.epi...i.ojai towus
_r,i Stales. Be careful '.. examine 'be back pad nl
iiu.. s I r..-? ?. 'o -vv il lue/ are CoOofteil l<y In. Hull in tsi.UUg.
\oi?; are genuine, or lo be rvlifl UPOfl as gixel. witfitiut hu sig
latnre. , ? ,.
Many pvfM.i.s uise undertaken to send umtul'OBi "I Huh s
eeiebnite'! Truesea, und thoumisl. ara usspsaad upon B coaao
nusoce. These umuuiais eaaasst be reiie.i spool me, am
rjuie hy ui^kilful mechajiics. and are no lietur ?ian Lhe oolm.
^O^vebeen fitted up at No < V-er ?/?*?.. exdusieeljr
of ladies, having a seysoal* en'rance fr..... the l-.oirssss .lepari
inent, where a fc*?sa> M S ?sirai? arten.la.-ice u, wa, upon le
'l"i MIIK' II\NTS. or Ik!?tors m !!??.'? and Hi-sjs..?The
1 .ii'i?Lrr,i<.rs ?r- uteoared 'o seil J!o.,u and ?,?a* uj lie
(^-:k^Is1zEN V ALL KINDS k-pt co',.u,,,?y,on baud
'irvVHoi^ALIN'. ... m AILING, .u m Fuiton ft,
BrisoUyn SMEfH _. HA-T-UU.NE._roi
froRMKKLr J. V. TILTO0.1
LADIES' BOOT AND HlIOK STORE,
>< ? i ta axtT.
. io npeolng Uie above. New More, tiegs r?peetfolly to sollest
tuSltsoa ol hu l.-ieiuls and Use puhbe U> ha dbtoica ?ssott
"'T??LE?', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S
HOOTS AND SHOES,
of C.ty Manufacture, being of the most approved style, SO/l V
prices corresponding with the liruea.
Also. Gent's ami Youths' Boots and Shoes of every desenp
Haaring had several yean' er;^ner.ce in tl.e business, he can
mnftilsinlj inauielo purchaser, u,o p?*i uescup'-ou of ?ort
N.B ? lisit, and Hhisra of every style made h. order, ir.7 lm
BROOKLYN BOiTH AND SHOES'.?-The subsenoe:?
nre now ?upplyin. themseNe? t.iih Ij^u tot Coaioroerx
?o.its and clhoe*. Gentlem-u acd Mdiea can luive Lasts made
totit'hem by leaviust the shape of iheir ttet, at U.e Rrooklju
L'.og bland store. KO FuAoo-atveeJ
je4_ _8MIT II _. II.AIt'i'.SHORNE.
?IMPROVEMENT- IN BROOKLYN?SMIIH ?
M HART _H< iRNE are supplying u?,uso.-ds w.ih P.Oul M
_pg ANIj SII'jLS wliic? ore euy lo wet_, handsome and
iural.er. nt the Broeklyn and l>,:ig Island BsjU ukJ Slsoe
?. '?'"?'?'?._m_5 (
Ji tfi HSMHKlt? Elegant Nutria Fur llats(osaH
nardy lern.td BeavcTJ ai the l"w pr.ee oi S3 :super~?r
short nan of Pru-smn Moleskin at t~ Tisae Hn'-S are
?qu?l in durability and lustre to rh'/se sold a: ?4. Also an or
n ?':<? al tyl ?'a7. a very neui ^ress bar.
r-?lm*_BROWN. I ract.caJ Hauer, ItdCenal-^.
ECONOKY ANIi FASHION.?The -uLscnis-r has
ralueed his superior Imitation Moleskin Hots oo fur bo
Sri?-, to the extreme low p.-.ce ot 6J B.
The above are an elegant Hrs-s? Hat, and will compare ad
sauUjet.usly with hats sold at [2 00 ami 13 Also, coutUOlly
ir_uiut_ciunrig Fur and _ilk of the best quality, latest patterns,
UM .' t: a !>.?est prices.
.N 15 i oont/y dealers supplied by the ease as low. if not
'ower than any other bouse in this cty.
. ^ J. VV. K_LL(.)GG. 132C?oa! st.
m;'2S Jin* corner of Thompson st.
VVuoJiVVOHTH'S PLA.Vi.NG MALTiLN'?S
14 VEAP - "jetirre. t??jether Willi many valu
able IjnpVoa tVQt : . anil :ediIitiorj* to h,s fstrmer Umi'i>
enables Ih. *u_-< riper lo furnish, at short ooOce. and
?JfrofthemissT [?rrt- tc?f)?'rocti.rfi.n.iitetiB_and ssori
c' ~~ " matrshtp. Marbme?tJ,p_ir>ewo<al in all .ti varieties,
"iincbas planicg or ?urlacmgonly. ureattiog mould,
m?- . ...
Ar*?, phi! ' andgroovems_jotjsljssg,
rrjii . a.. maj a.h.'e tu t)se suter?her at hi*
Cft / t e-trXl;slinieit .. I OXbOTO*, or at h s oSlre. cortsTf uf
Xji'i ( i nsoierre-l e;^! I^uis stre-r. R,,.r. Murre M?
" Jy] rh.oesmty te seen, and my infornx'ji? rrlsUse
?VW to the tame, may !* rA<a!ned, as well as of Jor-ah
fsrt Ill.eS?eil kr Co K__._v._k
Lesers of mere torjoiry must be pntt-paid.
8AMC EL B. SCHENCK.
Foai-oro'. Mass.. Aonl 1st. 1B*_