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T H E TRIBUNE.
FRIDAY MORNING. SF.PTKMBKR 24, 18-H
IT Ch'nckhv Decisions.?The firw Yens Weeklt
TniSU?si lur >aturdiy next, will contain the opinion cl
Assistant Vice Cnancllor Hoffman at length, in the cas
of ikt Cnittd State? nf Amtrica vs. Patio. Louisa Argelf
C usici and others. This caae *aa ar-tu'd by Mum
Ogdeu HofTman. Anttoa and W. Kent, and the opinion cl
Mr. Hoffman, aa to ihe right of subseq'nt creditors to im
peach a conveyancc u one of general iiterest and partic?
ularly important to lawyers
ET We publish in another colomn the first of
three articles in tlefence of the course ?f Mr.
Webstir with regard to the Cabinet resignations.
They are written by a distinguished friend of the
Secretary of State, and deserve, as tbey will douot
less receive, an attentive and considerate peru-al.
LATER FROM CANTON.
Wp >arr? just as we arc going to pr?*?, thai
the ship Florida from Cunt->n has been wrecked on
her passage, and thit the rarf-o, ennsiatin-f ol
teas and silks, valued at $200,000, will bo a
total loss. She was consigned to Grinnf 1!, Min?
ium & Co. of this city. The vessel, we under?
stand, was insured to nearly the full amount.
The Florida, brines Canton dates somewhat
later than were received by the Preble which sail?
ed l?t of May; nothing decisive, however, had
been d';:ie by the British forces, though prepara?
tions were makiti"* for u vigorous prosecution ui
the war. Com. Elliot bad held correspondence
with one of trie High Mandarines and was asked
on what, terms he would negotiate for peace. Ke
replied that if the Emperor would pay to the
British Government an indemnity, of twenty two
miilioti- of dcllnrs the war should be concluded.
(It will be recollected that his former demand si
only $6,010,000.) The Matiduritie, greatly sur?
prised at the sum demanded, replied that the
Emperor npver would consont to peace on such
tetrns, and that the war must therefore bo con?
Capt. Herbert, commander of ibe advanced
squadron, ley olT the city ready to make the at?
tack. The British vessels of war lying off the fac?
tories had received orders, in case the least hos?
tility was manifested, to bombard the city, and not
to cease until it was reduced to ashes. They were
enjoined, at ibe same time, to aflbrd ?II possible
protection to foreigners. The city was filled with
Tartar soldier., above CH.flllO having already ar?
rived. Tbey were daily coming in in great numbers
from the adjacent country.
Teas were scarce nnJ only to lie purchased with
extreme difficulty. The Mandarines would allow
nt-ne to come in.
[CP We published yesterday n terse, pun-rent
?tul nuber cleyer argument on the wrong side
of the State Prison question, to which we solicit th<
attention of all oitr readers. We do not think ruanv
will be convinced, but ail will be amused by it.
The writer's argument against ike policy of
krseping felons in absolute idleness is very strong,
but on that point no argument is necessary. We
have nevs-r met three persons who were in favor
of keeping felons as gentlemen of leisure and sup?
porting them by a tax en honest industry. So that
ammunition is wasted. But the .Mechanics do
contend, and we most strenuously maintain, that
the system of Stnle Prison Labor which derange*
ihe business and depresses the wages of the honest
mechanic is a palpable oppression, cannot be en?
dured, and ought not to be persisted in.
Docs '/.. V. X.* doubt the reality of this griev
?ance? Let us repeat to him fucts with which
every mechanic is familiar, but which ho seems
never to have heard of. For instance.?An honest
journeyman cooper, who has a litlle family to sup?
port, cannot iiilord to woik fsir less certainly than
n dollar n duy. or by the piece at twenty live cents
each for making flour-barrels. But ihe Stale bus
one thousand able-bodied, skilful fvlons, whom she
boards, clothes and lodges nnd hires out to sharp
dealing contractors al twenty-five cents a day.
'1 bese men, if employed al coopering, will, after a
short lime, make as many bairels as the honest
workmen; their barrels cost the contractor sis.
cents each for making, nr:d he can sell them at
twelve cents over tho cost of stuff", and vet clear
one hundred per cent, profit on the labor. The
consequence is tlmt the Prison Contractor who ha>
a hundred felons at work coopering makes a hun?
dred and fifty dul'.ars a week clear money and
*-uiek sales, while the master cooper out of the
prison is undersold, his business desttoyod, and
his journeymen compelled to work at starvation
prices or starve doing nothing.?Hero is the es?
sential evil: one law has already been made to
correct it, but without the desired effect. Anothei
effort is sow mnking. and wo Itust it will be suc?
cessful. Why should it not 1 Will " '/.. Y. X.''
tell us f
Al! that ho s:iys about the way the employment
of felons should We determined is well enough ;
but it is a powerful argument agatust the present
system. It is notorious that the employment ol
felons is now decided, not by their capaaiiic-s,
character or associations, but by the wants or
choice of contractors, looking entirely to their own
pecuniary interest. If the management and policy
of our prisons is to lie at all disciplinary and benefi?
cent, who will say that this system ought to con?
Enough fjr the present. When " Z V. X." is
prepared to speak to the question, we shall be
hnnpy to beat trom him again. Let him espeeialiv
remember that the "State Prison Monopoly" is
not a monopoly of labor by felons but of enormous
profits by contractors and the corresponding sie
pression of the rewards of honest industrv. We
cannot believe him considerately in favor of these.
E7* Whigs of our City 1 remember that the R?s
?.??tries of the several Wards will be open from 3 to
9 o'clock to-morrow (Saturday) evening. Do not
longer delay to Register ! There is now no crowd,
and it will take but a few minutes.
CC?5 Hon. John Gkeig, M. C. from Ontarie
County, elected upon the resignation of Hon. J
Francis Granger to avcept the office cf Postmaster
General, has resigned his seat in a manly ami
powerful Circular lo his constituents, in which he
hints that they could not do a better thing than to
put Mr. GkaNokk back into Congress. We heart?
ily se-ceod*the motion.
[CP The steamboat A. M. Phillips, on her
upward trip from New Orleans to St. Louis, struck
n sna<in Doolan's Slough on ihe 10th ias-t. and
sunk immediately in 3 feet of water. The cargo
will bo ?aved in. a damaged state.
ZT The Mechanics of Onondaga county heul?
mc-etine at SrraruHS on the 17th inst. aP
\ pointed 4 Delegates to the Mechanic*- State Con
vendor-. A ^lotion was introduced, p-y^P
r that interrogatories should 1. addressed to the ?
? didntes of the rival pol-"?- P??*?- &nd ? "f?
, j ^?VlrS fboBld not be satisfactory, then an ir.de
1 pendent ti.-Uet should be formed ; to which the
r following amendmer.t was proposed by P. P.
Cleveland of Skaneateles :
" That we most cordially invite our fellow
.'producers of the county of Onondaga ^without
reference to ca.ling.) to meet with us in Convention
nnd aid us in selecting such men a. candidates lor
Meral^rs ol Assembly, as will uphold the Lest
interests ef the eniirt producing clas-."
The arrx-ndment prevailed by a very large majo
; rity, ?o a separata ticket is to be nominated A
County Nominating Convention will be held on the
first Tuesday in October.
1 The Convention passr-d strong and forcible re
1 j solutions against the present system of State
^ Prison labor, but not against the employment of
?: the convicts in any mode not depressing to the
interests of the Mt-char.iOne thousand extra
' j copies of the proceedings were ordered to be
! primed. _
Fjt'.-t the Pa- ?The bnrrjue George and
j Henry arrived at Baltimore on Tuesday, bringing
1 j dates from Valr-axaiso to the I2lh, and Coquimboto
rhe EGth Juue. From the Baltimore American
we condense the following intelligence. The
British steamer Chili recently struck a reef of
rocks, near Valparaiso: several lives were lost
and the vessel with great difficulty reached Valpa?
raiso. The Presidential Election was about to
1 take jdace in the Republic of Chili when the
George and Henry left. Much excitement pre?
vailed and it was generally believed that General
I'into would be elected. Peru was stiil suffering
from internal di's.rision?. Tha recent revolution
has been quelled by President Gamarra. Gen.
Vivanco with his principal officers escaped to
Bolivia. Such nf his army as were taken prisen
ers were instantly shot. In the South of Peru
there is great dissatisfaction with G.->n. G misrra.
He, of all the Presidents who have governed
Peru, seems to have paid the lenst r-'gard to the
Constitution and laws of any one of them, and al?
though the Peruvians are fully mindful of his foi
mer ncls, his parly is still strong, and he is popu
| lar with a large- portion of the people. He was
elected after in absence of five years, having been
banished to Corla Ilicn by Gen. Salaverry. The
great body of the people appear to be in favor of
tlieir tried friend and protector. Gen. Santa Cruz,
formerly President of Bolivia und the United Pro?
vinces of Peru under one confederation, and who
with Genrrnls OSregoso, Serdena. Sierra nnd
others, were banished to Quito by Gamarra,
I where they still remain. The fJeorge nnd Henry
experienced heavy gales for nine days when in the
vicinity of Cnpe Horn. Severn! i-.lar.ds cf ice
were seen, ami she sailed through large fields ol
tCr" Them is one excellent presage of the re.
suit of our City Flection this fall : the Whigs are
likely to enjoy the open, undisguised, malignant,
slanderous hostility of Bennett's Herald. It. has
usually pretended lo be neutral, independent or
favorable, though never omitting an opportunity
ta sta'.i us through our measures or our men. lint
in 18117 we had the benefit of the Herald's dead
j liest opposition, and wore stigmatised by it us
the " usurer's party," speculator", knaves, &c,
after the choicest fashion of its present arguments
" in support of President Tyler'- Administration!"
The consequence was that we carried our whole
ticket by li'00 to 2.30C majority?!ar more than
we over had before or since. Like causes will,
we trust, produce like effects. The public is well
aware that that journal never advocates the right,
unless paid nuiru than it would ask for sustaining
CCP We ask the attention of all out readers to
the- testimony embodied in another column in refu?
tation of the slanderous and deadly insinuations of
yesterday's Sun. leveled ut the integrity and hon?
esty of the .'lirectors und Agents of the Washing?
ton Temperance Benevolent Society in rejard to
J their collection* for an asylum for Inebriates. The
i vindication is thorough und conclusive. Do not
. puss it without reading.
Our Tkxdk with thk Sandwich Islands.
?A Into number of the Boston .Mercantile Journal
contains some just anil forcible remarks upon the
efforts ef the English to injure and even destroy
ihe American trade with the Sandw ich Islands, us
they have already done upon the North-West
Coast. Until recently the fur trade in that sec?
tion w as the sourc* of a large and profitable busi?
ness to American vessels; but the Hudson Bav
Company have completely driven thorn off. and no
American ship has made a voyage thither for sev?
eral years. Our national right to that portion of
our territory has almost l>een waived, nnd our
trade there has been completely mined, by the neg
i lect of our Government to provide for the vindica
j tion of our honor and the protection of our interests.
The Journal publishes extracts from letters ad
j dressed to B?ston merchants by a respectable
, house at the Sandwich Islands, statine that the
I country is completely inundated with goods of al!
sorts, pouted in by the British merchants, ami sold
at extremely low prices, with the avowed inten?
tion of destroying our trade, and advising them to
make no more shipments until a favorable change
shall take place. They state that there are now
in those islands goods enough to supply the mar?
ket for a year and a half.
i SAiLOns' Home.?The American Seamen's
Friend Society are entitled to the warmest thanks
of every lover of his kind for their earnest and. we
are glad to learn, most efficient exertions in behalf
ol the thousands of Sailors throw n upon our shores
w ithout friends.-ither in others or themselves, from
the bosom of the great deep. Since 1S37 thev
have retcrmed some ?i\ hundred sailors from bab
: its of intemperance and profligacy, three huudied
have become mates and masters of vessels, and
many others have commenced lives of honor and
usefulness. The Trustees of the Society have re?
solved to erect a large and substantial bu:Idi-.g tor
a Sailors' home:?they have already purchased a
siie in Cherry-stteet. between Market and Pike,
for winch $14,000 were paid. The plan of the
building is 50 foot front. AS feet deep, with a wing
pinning back 117 feet" six stories including the
basement ; to contain ISO rooms, which will ac?
commodate about 300 seamen. The werk is now
rapidly progressing. The whole expense of erect?
ing this building will be abou: $"2j,000. and wbea
oompleted, it will be a self-supporting institution.
MR WEBSTER'S POSITION.
Ts tie Eduzrof TU Tnhnru:
The question is frequently asked whether Mr.
Webster ought te have resignci tie office of Sec
rotary of State. Will you allow me to submit
mv thoughts 02 thi' subject, which, ;t seem? to me.
is a very important one, and deser.es a cool and
In answering the question proposed, it is well to
understand distinctly the relation existing between
the Presided and what is called bis Cabinet.
We all know that it is a maxim of the English
iaw that the King can do no wrong. Such is the
reverene? which is paid to the royal person that
acts of State, justly liable to censure, ar* usually
supposed to flow fiom the advice of the Adminis?
tration. The ministers are field responsible for
acts ef royalty. Hence it follows that the advice
of Cabinet Ministers in England mast be followed,
?ir thev w.?. of sourse. resign. Q-iite a different
doctrine prevails in this coon try. The President
? i? elected by the People : he is responsible for his
acts, and for his omissions of duty, to the People :
he rannet cast the responsibilities upon othars.?
Chancellor Ke?:, in his Commentaries, justly re?
marks : " The inviolability of any officer ?sf the
j Government is incompatible with the rennblican
theory, as well as with the principles of retributive
ju.tice. Th* President, as weil as al! other offi?
cers ef ihf United States, may be impeached by
the House of Representatives for treason, bribery
and other Lieh crimes and m:sderr.ea-it?r*. and,
upon conviction by the Senate, removed trom
orrice." The President may undoubtedly reqaire
the opinions in writing, or otherwise, of the beads
of the Executive Departments upon any act or
measure connectfcd with the discharge of his offi?
cial duty; but he is not bound to concur iu those
opinions ; h? is not required to foll-w the advice
given him by his constitutional advisers. Nor is
it a just cnu-e of offence to the Secretaries giving
advice if it is not pursued. President Washington
called uj.on the heads <<( Departments composing
his Administration for their opinions on the sub?
ject of a National Bank : the Secretary of the
Treasury. Gen. Hamilton, was ia favor of such an
institution; the Secretary of State. Mr. Jefferson,
opposed it. The advice of Mr. Jefferson was n<,t
taken, yet he never considered thi* dirf-rence ol
opinion between tho President and himself as jus)
cause of displea-nre, or a reason why he should
withdraw from the Administration of Genera]
Washington. Nor is it believed that if, contrary
to the opinion of General Hamilton, the first Bant
bill hud lieen returned with objection*, he wouic
have deemed himself called upon to resign, a!
though in that case thete would Lave been a plan
sible apology for re?ignation, for it i- very r-a?on
able that if the President nnd the head of a De
pnrtment cannot ngtec on important subjects be
longing to that Department!, the bend of the Do
pertinent should see fit ;<> retire. Tin' enlightenei
and patriotic Secretaries composing Presiden
Washington's Administration, in the primitiv,
days of the Constitution, when it was fresh fron
the hands of its aethers, understood the respor si
biiities that attached to their respective offices
they differed in opinion, but that difference was tu
cause of sepnration?it furnished no ground foi
their abandoning posts to which they hail been as
signed with the fall approbation of the country.
Secondly. The- Piestdent has the power, by am:
with the udvic- nnd consent ef the Senate, to ap
point the Secretaries, or heads of the several Ex
ecu live Departments; but when appointed, the}
are in office under the Constitution and the law
they are not bis servants, but the servants of thi
People. The President, in making nomination
to these offices, exercises a power in trust undei
the Constitution; but the person.- f?r whose be:,,-,
tit the power is conferred on him?or, as the 1 iw
yers would say. the eestui que trust*?are the
People of the United States. The President has,
too. the power in trust of removal from office; but
ho has no more power of removing one of the
Secretaries of an Executive Department, than he
has of removing the District Attorney of the Uni?
ted Stutes for thi* District, the Marshal, the Col?
lector of the Port, or the Commandet-in-Chief of
the Armies of the Uuited States. It may be ?<?!,
to remark here, that Mr. Webster al w ays contend?
ed that, according to the true meaning of the Con?
stitution, removals frora office should be made by
and with the advice of the Senate, as well as ap?
pointments; bit the practice under the Govern?
ment had so long been opposed to this construc?
tion, that it was too late to set it up. By the ex?
ercise of the same power required to remove Gen.
Scott from the command of the Army, the Presi?
dent can remove Daniel Webster from the office
of Secretary ef Stale. Both these high officers are
; the servants of the Republic, and their constitu?
ency, like that ef the President himself, is com?
posed of the whole People of the United States.
Like tho President, they hold offices ander the
Constitution and the iaw: they have legal and con?
stitutional dsties incumbent on their respective
offices, not connected with or dependent on the vo?
lition of the President. The duties thus imposed
? on heads of Departments they must perform on
! their own responsibility, wholly independent of the
President, except tbey would naturally consult him
on important matter*; but the responsibility is
; theirs, not his. Thu? the Secretary of the Trea?
sury is to make an annual statement of th?? navi?
gation and commerce of the Country, ic. ic.
And thus the duty of causing a.i enumeration of
the inhabitants of the United States, or census, as
we call it, is ?evoked on the Secretary of State,
without any reference to the President. Other ex?
amples coiJd be given.
Many persons are ia the habit of considering
c the h:gh officers of State who are some limes,
I though erroneously, sailed Cabinet minister?, as
\ mere dependent.-?subordinate functionaries to
the President. Nothing can be more erroneous :
? they are as much subordinate to Congress as to
the President, and Congress rat unfreepaendy, by
resolution, makes direct calls upon these heads of
depnttmcnts for facts and opinions. From the
erroneous view- adverted to has arisen the idea
: that if a head of department is ne: agreeable to
the President, it argues a lack of proper sairit and
ia dishonorable in him to hold his place, and he is
bound voluntarily to retire. A Secretary 's duty is
tar different from this: bo is bound to tetr.aia at
his post and never quii it. until compiled, so long
a* ho may be useful to the country. The question
tor him to propound to himself is not what the
President wants, bu: what the people desire ; not
what are the opinions of the trustee of the ap
i pointing power, but what are the opinions of the
great bodv of persons for wbo*e benefit the crust is
held. It is quite conceivable that the President
might earaestv desire to get rid of a person hold?
ing ofr.ee, arid whom he has the power to remove,
while the peo.'Ie. who clothed the President with
that power, might wish t? re:?:a the officer In
stance the case of secretary Duar.e. during Pre. ? ?
Jackson's aslrninistrason. The Secretary of the
Treasury had power by iaw to remove the ?tjvern
ment d?posites tram the Unite! State- Bank.
Mr. Poane, the incumbent of the office, decided
that there was no good reason for the exercise of
'? this power. Genera! Jackson wished the Se.;:~
tory to remove the dcrvosites. and contended that
the Secretary was bound to obey him, because he.
the President, ha i 'he power of removing Mr.
Duaoe, but this g-intJerr.aa refused to obey t'ne
mandate of the President, md retained his otr.ee
until he vat turn'd our. The Whigs of the
country thou-ht Mr. Dnane pursued a right course :
they did rot accuse him of a want of proper spirit,
or of bring deficient in self-respect, because he
did not throw up his commission voluntarily, but
?. compelled General Jackson to turn him out. Let
j it be once admitted that the Secretary of the Trea?
sury, or the Secretary mi State, or the head of any
other department, holds power to be exercised tor
the benefit of the people, a.-.d it follows that he must
never voluntarily re?nquish his hold upen mat
i power so long as he can wield it to thi? end. I
shaii. by your leave, sir. in one or twj additional
numbers, pursue the subject, and in the mea
allow me to subscr be myself nv a word which in?
dicates the spirit in which I write. Candor.
Kirk.?A tire broke out nt Hamburg. S. C. or
? th<*nipht of the 15th, which destroyed the stores'
? of Mr. George Parrott, nnd Messrs. Stbley and
Crapon. The loss is estimated at about $40,000'
the fire was dou;;ie?s the work of an incendiary.
McRwER?On the night of the lTth. cries o
murder were heard by person, near the Canal at
Scottsville, Monroe County, 1?.-. searching a ped
ler's horse and wagon were found, tho goods :nt*
?ing, and the dead body of a mat: named Cun
found concealed under some Iotrs.
Reported tot the New York Tribune.
ToraT ui Sessions, fepiasmber 331?liefere th* Re
. conler, J a Ires 1. . cell and Noah, and Aldcnuea Jones aar
William Rus-ell vc?. tri-J -or art a.?ault and battery o:
I (icortje Dunuing of No. vi!*'' Fultoa-street,on the cvcniu|
of ttte 4th of Mar last. Tim jury fouad hint cuiliy.
Ch .rles Simt;'. col-red. wa, tried f?r a grand larceny
stealing a trunk and clothing worth $II SO from ih<
schooner Southerner, lying at tus loot of James-street, ni
! tiie Btghi of .Im 23 l of July last, the property of John C
Gn/Gor, th-' master. Part cf llie property ?js (bond <u
the pri-oaer The jury found hoy guilty, an 1 the l our
sentenced him to the St itn Priesa for 3 >eurs.
Bridget McClinchy anil Js.ia K*r|an were tried to
larceny- stealing i packet book coataiaiag ?7o iu bill
fr.uu the po-ket of Ell Coleiaaa of <<ruiigc County, ?top
ping at Lovejoy '?, ou the oi| hi of the ItSth of Angasl last
The accu-ed were selling hot corn in the Park, ..nd com
plain"" approached I hens, and while looking at the cor
0 e of them, be depesnd, picked his pocket, getting as.
] keeping the rol' ?f biUs, he preserving toe pocket-wallei
He seized them both. when two nien coiim g up, one n
t th'm -md he ws? officer Smith, and would take them ti
the watch-bouse, and the four set ,.fX together aad all ral
a* ay. He afterward met the man who passed for office
l Smith, but whose Lame was li-ujaaiin A. Gtrire, am
caused tim to be arrested, who informed where the girl
" were, and giving their name?, ihey were found iind ar
rested; but the mo.ey was Dot recovered, line of ih
gill- proved that she was sitting at home en llie stoop a
> late as 10 o'clock that n.ghL The Jury fjund them bet
Patrick Kelly was trie! for receiving stolen good
. knowing them to be stolen vi/: 4 t vards of new rng car
pet, worth fill, stolen from Deary Clay of No 334 Grand
meet, on tao -Ith January last, by two colored m?i
. named Bowne sir! Powers. The csrpei was found on th?
' l! or i f prisoner's hou-?. c irner of Ch.p-d and Tnomas
stretts. It w.,? proved he purchased the carpet found or
hnu long before the ose was stolen from Mr. Clay, and ?m
- jury found .Sun nut guilty.
PoucsCocaT.? Staling a Sail?Two men named Cor
ne'iu- Dooovar and Wilbam Ri x. were yesterday sr
r lied for Itealiag a cotton duck jib, north .*IIK). from tin
? -loop Reform, lying at Brooklyn, ot, the vl^lh ia?t, thi
property of Cant. G. R. Jahn-' n, K. Hill, atd Giles Saud
1 f .rd. The -ail w,i, found in their po?rcsaios, und Ike;
were committed lo pr son.
Robbing a >/?rs.?Two rol-rrd men went on Wednes
day into the clothing store of Mr. Zeiegman Ro thschild
No. 31} Orange street, under pretence of makiag a pur
; chase of clothing und while Mr. Rothschild w.i- attradio)
' to on--,the other -tub- eSICj from a box on the counter use
escaped. Oae11 them named I-aiuh Davis, was howevei
arrested and committed to ?n-wer.
Burglary and Jrrett.?tin the night of ike 1-th inst.
the store of William Benedict, .Vi. 10 Dringe street, wai
' burglariously entered through llie re.r window aad robb
ed of pantaloons, boots, and other ariivl-s, worth K33 75
V'esterdey, officer 1 uratdo. arrested a ma* named Wil
barn i.'oruoh, who was commuted lo answer the abort
Healing a Cent ?Willism Hyme*, was yesterdaj
- arrested and commoted to prison for stealing a coal worst
$10, from Eli?ba_Davis, No SS Fulton street.
J fugitive e.mtltd.?Information having be-n rece.ved
here ot ttie escape from the CUtSOdy of the Depot) Sherill
of <Irange county, of unten Darned George Burr..I, who
with aiiothi r named John Norman, had been arre.tcd for
pa,--iug c un'.erft-it u.o.ey at Newburg, Orfieers J?:u.',
p. Smith, T. M. Tompkinsand Mr. Bint, keeper cf the
upper Police prison, employed thcms?lvei in endeavors
to effect his arrest. Y'e-ter lay morn ng at oae o'clock,
tbeyancceadod iu Aiding him in tLc UbatbamTuet re,
i.ud art OS ling him and be was scut back to Newburg f.r
Jrrett eif an Acreriory.? OtTiccr Princs Jo n Davis
ye?;rrdav srre;ted s man DarnedSoloman Kii.sev,' barged
?ith having bceu coicerurrl, with two female hot corn
sellers ami a man named n. A. t.uire, la robbin; Mr Eli
Coleiiiiit, utlirnztr County, of $70 at uigr.t in the Paik.
ou the IDib of Anglist la-t. he was COmoUtle : to answer.
rrrrif of a bailmutter.?A man named William R.
Dubbia * , vesterda.v arrt-teil by o?cer Bowyer, charged
with baying sworn f.lsely a? to nia property' in opTeriag
h:n.sel| a, bail, I. appeared that a rather small la? yer.
who practises.the business of procuri.ig bad for ro;ue?
in prisou. brought forward this Dobbin to become bail
lor COar!es F. Mitchell, ar.d he was pn-.-arc J to ?-vcar lo
hi- re.poasiUilily a:c?rdiug y. and iiaui-d hu property
and it.. valau. Bat ?>a 0 M. Louods, Esq , wiio act. d
for ihe Distriet Attorney, opposed his becoming bail, and
drew up an affidavit cf the farts j? ?tatrd Dibbi.i re.
fu-ed to ..wear to or ?ian it, and wa> net arrested. Since
then, however, he has otfe.ed tim-elf ss ba-l at ihe Police
f^r tome notorious tniev--, and haying testified a, to pro?
perty, si. tc.epted aaa they i'ischiri.e.1 on bad.
R. lievieg hjs st.ltments to be fai.-e. Mr O-borce. the
Polite Clerk, and ?ulcer Bowyer, took tr.e m itler in band
and ? role to the Pu-imisicr si Cjjensvn. where Dobbin
prrt-nJrd :o have reat estate, a-d received for answer
tnat he had no leaded property there. Bowyer tuen went
ta I .c reaidei^e of Oot bis, ? here he ,:id he had furt iture
of the Value of *ltrAJ, ao.l found thst he occupied only a
room acd bed-room, asd that b- had not furuiiure -utri
ci-ut lo lecnre the jnar'y rent ? f |70. ?hiuh ?i< a'l th-.
rent he paid. JusticeSlSVeiU taerotpon issued krs war?
rant f-r Dobbin, and he w es arrested by ol?err Kowy ?r
acd coranntteu l- answer :hre.- several caarge, of perjury.
Cxji%j>ca'i OnrtCE ?Death by aciident.?The Coroner,
pa Wednesday aranjng, held an inque?! at ihe Uie re,i
deuce of ihc deceased "sj. !?> Lanreus-slrset. on Ihe
hudy of tliarle. Keyoul Is, aseO 13. i ntliri- of Ireland, a
moroco drrsser, la ihe cmpl iy of George Walls, rjo. ao
<?a Tuesday aftercoon about 3 o'clock, while passing
ahne the alley way, towards lie farloir ta the r'ar, n?
deceased was accidentally struck on tne side of the Lead
ai d shoulder, ic.l knocked down iu>ea ib e by a large roll
of soi.i i??;her, tarown out ed the id story of ihe store of
L^rinc Andreas. No. 33 Ferry street. Dr. Gage was -eat
for mfl bled him. wc-u b* revived so a, to be abie to eo
ijuire the cause of ihe accident, but sl'-erwanis relapsed
and a as roareyeo bon.e. an; Dr. Moore Hoit sent for.
who used some proper remetties, but the deceausu died
about 11 o'clock the same m-hr.
1 r Hott gave a eamccatc of the decth b*.ing canned
by concussion of the brain, tut it being a ease crdlisg for
iBe mtervtaujc of the Coroner, he had f.j.y c.timiaed
and the jury fosad a verd.ct. that -.he deceased did in
, coaseq ieaee <d injuries rectned by a roll of leather f. ling
frcm ihe ? story of tae store of Loriug Andrews. 2c
I-'erry-street, on the Slst iastOCt, sec in the opinion of
the jury, due caution was coi o'.-atn'ed by the person, dis?
charging the leather fro.a said ?lore.
APPOINTMENT- YA T:ir fitE3IDENT.
By aad nts the adtiee and consent of ike Sende.
BctjAXtn W. Hale, to be Postmaster at New
bsins, to be Postmaster at Lowell.
Wm. C. BzAEDiLET, to be Postmaiiter at Au?
burn, N. Y.
Algernon Stdnet Robertson, Marshal for
: the Eastern District of Louisiana,
By this Moroing'i Sentnera Kail
CCP We mer.;;unetl the other day that Judge
Ten- v and Mr. Rowley bad gone to Arkansas to
right a due! with rifles. U'c learn trctrt the Loar*
vilie Journal that the f.'rru.-r wat ?hol dead a: the
CTThe ear* 03 the Georgia Railroad or. the 16th,
ran ott' the track and plunged some 20 feet into a
basm made by a wash in the embankment. Two
' of three persons were slightly bruised, but ao one
?ras seriously injureu.
CJ'The Nashville Banner of the 13.h. says that
Kx-Goverr.or Shannon is stated to be in a less pre
, carious situation, and hopes are now entertained
that bis lite may be preserved.
CCT W. H. Bit.leigh. known as the author ot
' a volume of Poems tecendy published, proposes to
issue by sttbsenpnon a new- Poem, entitled ' Our
Country?Its Dangers ar.d its Destiny.' It will be
'? in pamphlet form, of forty duodecimo pages.?
Price twenty-rive cents.
Dzath bt Fire.?On Sunday evening an Irish
? woman while intoxicated, entered thetoom where
her son was drunk in bed. and on going out left the
[ candle so that it set tire to the budding. The sloot
I of the nvmi was forced, but the poor inebriate
$ZF The Albany Argus stated that Snyder, the
deputy sheriff taken on a justice's n arrant at ihe
I Helderberg, had returned safe and sound to that
, City, and that " all the rumors in print and afloat.
, \ bevond the arrr-t of Synder on legal process and
his escape, are little better than exggerati.ni*.''
JLT Oar readers will ttnd in another column an
advertisement of Mr. Richardson's Commercial
f Academy, 235 Broadway. His method of Instruc?
tion has received the highest \ raise from those
' best qualified to judge, and Iii? success both here
? and in Boston has b-.va nio?t marked and satistac
r tory. _
NEW YORK WKKKI.V TRIBUNE,
For .?saturilnr, Septetalber 45.
- ; l. The Fowl KB?a Poesa front September So, of Black
, -J. The Conntess an<! Her Friends?An sansisr Tale ?!
t \ Coquetry.
3 City aad Country?Notoriety is Cities and other F.x
irsrl* from -The World "( London "?a capital Pa?
per in ire last l'..'.,rk*0"d'? Ma.-ar.iuc
4. Tae Antarctic Expedition.
J j. Visit to Newstead Abbey?Byrons Tomb.
tj. Original Poem an 'he Death of Gren villa Mellen.
7. Tbrre l'hsj'ier. ofBarnak-y Rui're.
-. Henry Clay.
1?. Record of ils-s principal Oifieor? rf the (Joveramem
since tlie adoption of-he Coast;tiitioD.
lfl. Letters of Messrs Bell, Badger and Tallmadfa.
11. Literary Notices.
IS. Important Chancery Decision? Reported exrluaisels
for the Weekly Tribune,
l.i Call of ihn Whig Sta.e Convention.
14. Editorials ap->n the same, aud other Political tepics;
i?,K-iiing of ihe New.York ar,l Krie Railroad : For
ua;u Intelligence by the Caledonia.
15. News of the Week, Flsur, ijraiu. Money and fleueral
For sale at So, 30 Ann-?tree'. Price, single copy, O
- ' reuts; by the 1 ear, . m udvauee.
- .24 CRFELF.T* MeELKATIL
TT Calamity RefatesJ.?Tho undersigned, s
Committee appointed by Iho Washington Temperance
Benevolent Society, to collect the sub?cripuou* f r sa
A?s luiu fjr the poor drunkard do solemnly declare that
the a ?,lor 1 al in ihe Sun of }? isterdsy morning (Thursday
93J) hea ted -Jjy.'um for Inebriates" istalss 111 every par?
ticular, and we b< lieve lha*. nodnsg his happened in the
Society, or amongst any of its 1 oinuiiltee* to sive rise to
the sraie c'ssrge. mads by the Sun ; aud we prouciir.es it
a base lubrication, designed undoubtedly, to prostrate tSe
efforts of the Washington Temptranea Benevolent So?
ciety to save that 'degraded class of our coma unity for
sshesee?pecislbenefit,this Society was organised.,
The undersigned do therefore declare that lastead of
having $600in the Mechanics' Buck, as stated in tbeSuu,
the amouul tiiere deposited by the Treasurer of ihe Cuia
mittse,Mr.Daniel H. Sands, is only $1 ;i, anJihesun
sine* collected and 111 In. hinds is nei i(uile >jO. So
much for the oerocitn of theSun. The uadersigaed for.
Ibei .tile that uot one cent of ihe money collected by
tkaiD has bees expended for any purpose ?hulever, es
ceplirg sevea dollars which waa paid for advertising a
;url of wuicti theSaa it-.-lf received. The S.111 pref-ud*
to recommend a " projet" (as the Fditor calls It, to in
timate, are presume, kis knoaledge of the Fnuuh Ian
guogei for the management of the Asylum Fund. Now
111 ihe address of the Society to the public 1 hi* same f\uu
?as propose I, s.uJ the undersigned hav og charge of thu
matter inietd und do pledge theflSselves la call a merlins
cf the donors at set forth iu the sxMress? aud Uot a dollar
of this lauucy shall be expended until those who hav.:
given it ?itaii have a voice 111 ihe mods of applying u to
tue purpos?* fur which 11 was collected.
New-York, Th?r- lay. Sept.-.'id, leVtl.
S. R Kirby, Trios. Thorna-,
Wm. J. Lee, Matthew VV. K:nr,
Daniel Ii. Sand?. Besj. C. Forbes,
Andrew Caldweil, Tuns, Shspberd,
P. S. Two of the Committee wero abient, one of ?shorn
is out of the city. si!
TT Asylum for las-brialt-??A: a tn .?:..ig of :h*
t\*a-bn gtoT Temperance B-nes-olest Society, Sspt- 61b,
-II Dann I II. Bands, Francis Bro*-LC, Juo. Ruck, Tlos.
E Igarly, and Henry Egbeft, were appo med a comiuniee
lo investigate, amoag other ih.ng., the rrceipts und ex
penditures of the Society. (?:i tie ntii ,r..L they rep?rt
sd, which report was auaniractulyastoptsst, Tha follow
iag, (which m:,y be the thing alluded to ic the a-ua , is an
extract frcui rani report, rix .
" Your c?.cj:n.t: ie WOfld farther state, that this Steie-y
acknowledge ihe r^-.^-^i 4.. ooti?t.^?? for relief purposes
at an earl;, peri'*! of i^ieir ?ii.ieiice.ofthe -um o|s>ii?0i5,
sc.H tley have exp-uJeaJ from time lo line for temporary
relief lo the unfortunate luebrutes tflc >u:n af >l-:i.',i Ii
may be proper to stale that this is eteiusire of the Asy- 1
Isu. fu'id. vbici. ;s now collecting hy the Society which is |
sot to bt api roprutrd far sny purpose vvhaterer until the
arraiisements therefor are couipieluU."
We heieby certify that the above is a trus ettraet frjm
WM. A. WISDOM, PreMdent.
Ta es. M. WooltBft, Secre.arv.
New York, Bap: --in I'll. ' so4
Gott sa CD's Powntas?We gave uo eredesca 10
lae statements of the wondcrfni etTrc: of Ihese eele
hrated p?,wd.:rs. until we saw ihem thoroughly ust- i
ed )esterday. Tbey do laj.^d accomplish all the pro
prief?r pro.ui.-es, aad without ibe least Injury or meou
veu.er.ee to 1 ne person* applying lasm. They will ra- i
niose, as it were by magic, the light down upon the neper
lip, cr on the hack of tbe neck, or ih? mare stubtx.ru
hair on the oafculiae chic, by a single application. These
p-jwrje/., trv indispe?able lo the biauiy and fsirccca
plexio? of ihe ladies. ?to after cae trial, aren>ver tat
isfied withent tbem.?[Bostoa Am;ricsa Traveller.
Tke above P.orders are to be had ia New Ynrk only at
CT Walker ?tr..el on* d?or from Broads a v. 4; nrT rXlt
il*- __^_' m If
IT T'.ie lines on Niagara Falls ;cnt us ky a fri-nd are
very incorrect;,, measured?tn fact no terse at sJL De?
TT Lecture* ! l.eclnrea ?A eoars- rf I ee
turea upo-i the prioeiples and beariags of Phrenaio-v
cooB?cie? with Physiokxry. win be eomm-oced on Mon
ray evesiur.a.idcoauaaed every \Ve,ines(i,j. Friday and
Monday Evs.ir.zs ihereafter, unUl farther notice, at ttut
j-.-r s Institute ia M.di^o-street, at 7j o'clock.
l?S-we- on Mot/1:ly Evening next, will ksxrati
in ail. Tko,e interested are respectfully invited to att'etiiT!
Tickets for admission after the First Lecture twenty-Sse
cents. Family ucksts, admitting six. One Dollar. Sinele i
ticket sdmiu oae, or a lady ano geotlensaa, ^\
IN DEMOCRATIC WHIG GENERAL COMMITTEE,
Ntw-Toaw. Sept. SI. 1-41.
' Rttolatd, That the Democratic Win? E ector* of tAa
I CR? aa i Cocaljr of New.Yotk be requested :o atseosWe
; a tlirir several Wards, at the places hereiaaftsT rsrasigjra.
j led. on .V.ueVy rcening. 27th Sept. iast_ ?t half pan 7
1 o'clock, for the purpo?e of choosing from each Wart!
I F.ve relegate* to lepreser.t ihera in a County Ccctcb
i tiou, to select thirteen Candidates for Mraib?r? if I ma."
i aly to repre-ent ibis County la the arm Ltf islam.-*, aad
:-irtec.-i Delegate* to the State Convention to be held s:
Jyracj-con the 6th October next.
And also, to choose three Delegate, from each Ward
1 1 Contention for selectiag thirteen Members to the Dear
. critic Whig Senatorial Convention of the Kir?t Distract,
i Rttolotd. That the County Convention be renossHe4 to
i meet at the Brood?dT House on Friday, the 1st ?( Octe
; der aeat. at T o'clock. T M.
Rees Imtd. That the Convection to select Delegat?, u
' the Senatorial Convention be requested to meet oa .V?t
! rfuy. the Ith October, at the Broadway House, at 7 o'clock,
f P. M.
L Ward_TippeCUOe House. No. - 4 Bros,.! street.
U. Ward?Se-cnd Ward iloirL No. ?7 Nasaae-sC
lit. Ward?B. Mavereau*?. NV VfJ. Washington st.
IV Ward?Ssaakspeare Hatel. Duaue A Willum-M.
\. Ward?Marion h?e*e, ICS Chapel-sL
i VI. \Vs:d?M,0,oe Hou e. Centra and Petrl-st*.
I VII. Ward?Frank'11 H use Caerry A Rutgers *tj.
v-M. Ward?Snbject ton': of ant Com mitten.
IX. Wa-d?V.r h-rc. Excauuace, Bit?cktr-?l.
\ W ard?Ca i 'a.: ?a Halt, Grand-sL
XI. \V,-J-'.l Uenue D
X!'. W ird?S ' ??? La c ill of Ward Con ir.utee.
XI'l. Wan!?Til-pccanoe House, 5 Sbenri sL
XiV. W.rd?tiro*.!-ay Mo, e.
XV. Wnrd?Ci bs'ilotioe Ii ,!1. (SO Broadway.
XVI. Waid?II cht to '- I Tin -t.
Xs'.I Ward?!ieur\ ?"iv H-u? -. Ire roe A and t ?ist.
SAMUEL G, RA* UO.ND, Ch'n.
II.C. W rsTER^ri T. laij-w
E. T Ba.( stnocss, ?29 t?sM
XT <icnrral Committee of Drinormiir
WHIG YOUNG HEN.?An adjourned nicetoig cf tau
Committee will be held at V ,ti?o*J tlstt. Coal st oa Kn
lay Evening, ihe 24lh of September i i?t at7joVlc?k.
3 ' BRKJAMIN DRAKE. Ctjsarm,u.
WtLUAM B. MajUH, '^.r,.,ries
Gtutt M. Hua-vsr.. 1 _ "net a?fc
XT Eitfltlh Wares Wbiafa?TheV
1 of the Kignih Wird,in pursuance of the cad of die Wklg
' Genera! Ci emiltee, arc requested to nieet at the TivUi
i Saloon, on Moadi y evening, the -.Tih Sept. at h?lf-i>ast 7
; e'cl - k. (be ilte purp *ve of .-h toeing live Delegates tore
preai 1 i ihe Ward .11 Courjly Convention, for tie purpose
i of 1 ominatii g thirteen M naher? of ih- LeglsUtnre and
nir e so Delegates to tan Stute Convent! >u. And al-o to
1 choose three Delegate* to represou: ibe Ward iu the
1 Senate ial Convention.
The Commissioners of R*gi<t' v ire row in session from
: 1 to .', P. M. Register >oar name' this night.
By order ? f tSe Ward Committee
J iMES T. M. BLEAKLEY, Chairmaa.
Wm J v,sacsruaK I s?rctariej.
A. H. STQI ii Stt SC. ' ?tan
XT Collet"' ???" S?lt?"tis ii?tiw nnil Sargeem
?PuLtsnrrsav Cocas* or l.sci var.s.?The peeUnM
1 aary course ol Lectures iu this lusiitulioa will eontmeaee
an Monday, October tt Dr.j\- M. Smith leciuring os
HygeU. ai 1". A. M.. an.' Or.Tosarv 011 Mrdical Hot*
i my it'll, A. M. Lectures will be delivered ?t the .runs
' boors daring the whole month of October. Dr?. I'.irisr,
Watlti and titlmin. foBowiog Drs. SmirA aud Torres.
The-e l ectures will be fres to llie Students of the Cob
1 lege, and the Lecturers weald respectfully invite the
members of the profession generally to attend whenever
tt may suit their convenience. (3) sil UM
rjGrnuil Voc.il outl InatrHinfMlnl Con?
cert^-SJGNOR JOHN NAGEL, First Violin u ihe
Kins of Sweden, m.t Pupil of Paganini, Im? ihe honor tu
? inoounce ibat his Fir.i ilraud Vocal nr.i Instrumental
1 o\i ERT ?ill lake plaea on Mbndaj Evening, Se| tem
t.er-j7.ii. ?t ibe City Hotel, assisted by the en ebreted
oa Donna, LA SIGNORAJEUPHRASIA BORG1IE8&
i from ibe-Theatres Sen Carlos ai Naples Venice aad Ha
va?a. sn.l ibe R.ivnl Com e Opera at Pun*.
Mr. ET1ENNE V01ZEL, Professor of Singing and
' Tenor of th.- Private .Music of the King of Franco.
j Mr. LOI IS KAKEMAN, who has kindly volunteered
I his services.
Mr. w. C HII.I.. l.cn ler of tho lluaeletto. and
Mr. TIMM who *iM preside at the Fiaao Forts.
Fur Programme see Small Hill*.
Tickets Hue Doll ir cadi, to be had ut the priseipal Mu
?ic St ires and H"iel?.
Doors open at 7 o'clock, perform ince lo cunimeir? it
B o'clock: precisely. Qi) aSSdr
Coi . J. L. H ?IMis called at our oAee vnsterdsy with 1?
ses. -'lo headache. He ami a el stoat drove him distraeted.
iVe gave him four of She.mau'a Camphor LoMBgt'. ?ud
told him tkiiv had cured us whenever wn were attacked,
ind thought they would cure him. While wn were talks
nig 'i I'e* minutes, ho s'id his headache was gone, and
?anted to know if it were possible that ihe Losengel do
I pelled it so i? m We ss-ured bun ihat it ?a-. and tb?l
! ?e had knoWB in my instance* of ihi ir ctirmt a? 'otd casrs
as hie in an'equall) aborrtime. H? said be woul-l never
I be with, nt them again, and went to 104 Nas-au streclauil
I rot a -upplv.
TAKE TI^JK BV TISK FORK LOCK!
Fcasic'u tforeliound i nndy 11 r- c-inmiendrd
' *y eur mo-l eminent Physicians, and oser two thoujand
respcctablo cuizens, ia perfitrming the cure of Cciight
Colds, Ho'trvnnesc, Irritation of tho Th.-oat, Croup,
Whooping Cough, Catarrh and Asthma, Palpitation of th*
Heart, difficult or profusa Expectoration, and, In fact, ?II
lisenses leading to consumption and death. Seid at tS Di
rision-at nn-l 10 A?tor House, and by most of the r-spflrt
sble Grocers and Druggists in tho city. Peddlers and
Confitctiorer? ure nol appointed Agents. Esch envelop*
: 's -igued J. Peaat? S*m. _ Ci) tu id la
XT TUE .tlONIi V YVI I.I. UP. BETl BJf.
' ED if the purchaser is dissatisfied with Chapman'* M-.gic
1 RaaorStrop with Metallic IToae, maoofactory I ?! William
: itreet?Retail prices 5-1 cents, 70 ceais, $1,00, $1,35, and
$150. Five minute, sidl be umplu time for pustinc las
' dullest rszor 1a perfect order. (0) in Ini
XT Perfniiird Krrnih ?The brst prcparmion far
j o' t aining a sweet and pure hreaih ia decidedly the Cott
pou.nl Aromatic Toi'in Pasta. Tiie arnrcnlici are ??cb that
they impart a delicate asd higldy agreeable, pas fame to the
I bieatb, and ul the tjme tune cleanse cud heautifv ihs
1'eetb. It 1? llie most popular and ecouomienl deotrffef
! i ? u.?. Price. cents per j ir. Prepared snd und omy
bj HORACE EVERETT, D?u;:;iat, . t>7 urcouwxh, oas
. door above Franklin -t. (i, ?I?U*
XT No ChiargpB until tlsr Hf nir in Itestored.
?BEALS'S II UK RESTORATIVE 1- now spoiled oa
i the above original terms to upward* of 300 person*, *t
the rdBce, No. 1'14 Broadway, up s'airt.
N. B ?Personal references given to some of our first all
1 sens a* to its success. Prices 91 and S'i.
sSlna '?: _ L I HEALS ii Co.
Ff o W E ' s r A Pi. EN 1 S T (1 V E .
1 XT HowrAi Patent Hiovr-, for Parlor* Hall*,
N"ur??rir.,.-i re* asd Mtnccs.?This improved Stove de
: inan.'? the nib ation of fbpec wf.odtsire u rofi and h' altby
I i'at. beiitty. eleasiiness and eeoneiny. 11 has been 111 use
. 'he la-t .-a-ou. ai;.' 'n. .1. ir.;e..i. r.l re/e.ved, and the
-..t.re latitdsuttion il'.cy ga-.e tiie purchasers, have suwula
, ted the inventor 10 manufacture then on u much larger
"-ale, to-.ppij tho iaereaaeddemand. They are ntadc cf
the be,t iluasm iron, asd OrHstaemed ,n I le 1? It ? il >-t?
lud neal mauaer giviug u full vi-.w of tr.e tire, whether
the dooi, am shut or -pen. with a large hea-th t.. ?arm or
dry the feet oa when odd or d .m.v They are conatmcted
*uh s raajietoi and cold air ebaiaber, In a more eoodecsed
I form than any no* in u,e, 'hereb> sCCOriog ill the proper
I lies of the h'at. and taking up hut little room. Pontons
1 ib?.at to puein-.s- are reaipectlully T' nun-ted t-> e's!| aud
examine this raluabie Stove. For sale 11 ?)30 V/ater st.
?ii*tf it. 11'.Ditin; t. howe.
XT The Cheapest Causa Trtilor Vet._
PETER V. RUSTED, Merchant Tailor, No. 1 Chatham
"'?as.re, corner of Catharine-strret. make* Clothing to or?
der 10 pir ceat. tbeaper aud 1? per cent, better tuan the
caeapctt Cash Tailor in l!.e city.
N. B.?A good fit in ?II eves warranted. (2) ?7 tf
JT . ti. V At jl K t .\ 8 ,
No. i Asroa House.
H M i*R ELLA S,
PAiLASOLS & SHADES,
RIDING WHIPS, ttc
Coortry Merehauis will be -upplied oa th* moat fsver
aklfl ters.s f?s si laa
XT Particalnr .Notice.?Thcte t-e^0" hiving
furuiture of any dPseriptjou to dispose of. or who are
breaking up house-keeping, will find a road V sale for any
1 ortion or nil of their good*, by ?eading their address, or
calling upon ihe subscriber.
Good* to any amount purchased.
?7 lrcis iiw (-i, Y CiiLTOV. 197 Chain?m streeL
ET Emporium of thiap Garment?, by W
T. JENNINGS, Hii Broadway, i.-s >r Axierican Foiei.
_ gj ill Im
TT IT. 71, Prowitt'e Crlcbmtrd Cnm pbor
Soap.?Trie u-ni quailed preparation for h-alinr snd
s',ftec;,.'g the skin is rapidly wiDniagits way ic 'he minds
of the people. Its fame is spreading fa- aad ?iri>, and it
n universally admired. Those ? bo bave tried it w.ll not
consent to use any oiher. For sale at lb - New Yr.rk
Head Quarter* for Fancy Soap* and Perfumery of ?11
kinds, 3s* Berk man street. Ageat*?lr,7 Diri*ion-*t-. 85
Chatbara-st, and St7 Grand ?r. Price, Is. ftd. per eak',
A liberal discount made to wholesale purchaser*, i'i) sS3