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NEW-YORK; MONDAY, MARCH 7. 1815. XT In I_.--n_-M-r-.uc -This <i"<i-u?pral <'oui tnittec? March I, 1842, Resolved, That it be recommended to die Demticnitic Whig Electora <.t die City of New*_"orJi I* meet in Uieur re .peciive Wards ?i t?)?- ibllowing named places, on -Mon day' Evening, the "tli of March instant, at "1 o'clock; for the purpose of *.??!*?( im. Three- Defecate** froiueach Ward to a Mayoralty Convention,.to be b_?l-??f Broadway Ho.:?*-, u> nominate a Democratic Whig Candidate for Mayor, to b? ?upported atihe?_n?u?n?_el<-C.?on; and akoto appoint-Nooi inatmg Commute? - ??? -'?.'Ct Candidates for Charier Olli? ers m tbeir r??;.. clive Wands. fiesol-.rd. That tl.*- Delegates ?o to !.*? chosen to tl"- May* feraltv Convention, !>e r?.-fjue?t?-i! to assemble at tbe _Bro.il ??ay'llr,u"'(.:i Monday evening, the Uth "f March in."., at half-past 7 o'clock. The following are ti?.-? ?.|ac..<? of meeting: lit Ward?Thres_ r\ Bi*0<id--_trec.i lie.:*-!. 2*1 " Jone?. Second Ward Hotel. 3d " 215 .-..-.-?ixiir!,-?!. 4th " Sbakspeare Hotel. 5th '? Marlon House. 16S Chapel-.;. Cth " Monroe Hall, Peari-?L 7th " Krankii?. Hotel. Cherry, rorne-rRu:g?-P*--t. 8th ?' Howard l.oase, Broadway. 9th " Nortbern Exchanje, Ble? ker-st linb ?' Columbian Hall, Grand-st ]],(, ?? 25Aveno? D PHI, " At ?ucli place a? War?! Com. ?hall designate. lath '* Na S Sheriff.. 14th " Broadway Hon??-. l/??i " Constitution fI_?11, Broadway Hon???. iGtli " Hazleton's, 6th Av*?nue 17th ?' Henry ?"lav House, Avenue A ELLIS POTTER, Chairman. J. H. rtOBART H '.=.?, . . , . H. C. WESTt RVEI i . j >'"^I"'r"*- ,,.;; ,U XT Our friend x?l.o write? from Kri?-. Pa. to complain of onr quotations of Ohio Kxcbangi: has fallen into a ?nistak*?. Exehangt .,? Cincinnati <>r elsewhere is one thing; die sale of Bank Sotes is__?_d at suchjilace is quite ano?ier; he ?-, pears to confound ihem. Our statements and quotation* have i.e.-n uniformly and scrupulou.ly accurate. ; __ ' __.' By a _'ri?'Vo:i. typograpbic?l blunder, ti.*- fall in Cot? ton at Liverpool l.v ?he last report ".va? stated in our last at Id. instead ?*i _d. Th?. truth ?. had enough. __?** For a careful abstract and digest of the Census of this City for 1--10, with the commencement of a Me? moir of Fourier, see First Page. XTWitu.* ! remember th? Ward Meetin'-'S in all til?' Wards Tuts EvEMSfi. %? Our frienrLsinrthe several Wartls who wish their Pro? ceedings published ?n to-morrow's Tribune will oblige ii. by ?ei.dini.. them in a? early OS possible tlii? treiiiri"; D3**RAT.rii Waldo Emkrso.n lectures a?*"ain ibis evening m th? Society Libran*. Hi? subject i. *"Thk Conservative.' For a sketch of his Second Lecture sec Last Page. fCT* l??iit. John J. Crit-tenden wi.? on the *-_-*-111 nli. unanimously elected a Senator of liie I nit?'?l Stub's fr?.tii Kentucky, in place of fcLo'KV C'r.AV. resigned. Nu other candidate was pr., ??o<?*.l ?ir voted for. tlii.uL-ii Loco-Focoism had done it* utmost m bave some eminent Whig lake th?' !i<-M ;i__.ain.'t liitn. This is a no|.|i* nn.l ju?i irilnite to liotli the retiring and the returning Senator, and t<? tlio great and wise measures <>.' Public Good which they have so faithfully advo? cated. fG"" The Commercial <>f Saturday has ;. sound and forcible leading ?.rticlc in favor of Retr???ch ment iv Congress. We have urged tin's so often to littli? |.iii"jiii?i'thai wo had begun to despair, bill various indi.-niions combine t?> give us m-xx heart. Whigs in Cm .groas ! we implore you lo reduce the ].nv of Members to ?'._00 a yene and $3 for every twenty tni!?'?' travel. We shall ih.-n have the (iiiblir business done seasonably and efficiently ?not talked about eternally und fruitlessly. No demagogue would then I??? permitted tn ivnsto tw.> or throe days in making ti blackguard Speech ?-u things iti general. Friends in Congress 2 through you ?r o ver you this Reform vvn.i. re caiithet). How will von have it..' _t(?ttni;ni(iii lit? fttel in rS'eiv-.Iei-kcy. CotToponilenc? ..?' The Tribune. Nr.w-BRi-N'.?vvii k, .V. J. Mardi ."*. 18-12. Friend Greet.ey: T am happy tw inform y?n that the Whig Legislature <>f New-Jersey have this day pas-n?fl the ' Bank Resumption Bill ' This ?s worthy ofn true Whig Legislature, Our ivpr? seutativesha\**3 performed what tin* Whigs at the I allot-boxes desired them to accomplish. Th*' Loco-Focos mad?? many wry faces, arid grumbled much aln.ut Whig Caucuses, lite; They are doubt? less chagrined and disappointed. Tlicy desired thni the Whig Members should give the bill the go-by for session; bin, thanks t" our good Repre? sentatives, this good law is secured. The tir-nt? fixed for Resumption is the l?th of A.ugusl ensu? ing. V'.lllS. MlT)t'I.K.sK.\. Cattar??c??s County has ?-.??cu'?! 12 Whig to l-J I.i. Supervisor!?-nun? a? lust year. XT [th v.- v Im? elected Whig Charter Officers throughout, by 4 to 20 innjoriiv. Ji has been a? rtfteu against us us for ti*. 0_r I'litv elected u Whig Supervisor by -JO ma? jority/; l_i?"(?-!'(>?-,i Mayor by 13 V, auda Loco Jus? tice by 48 ; ixx,, Loco Constables tu one Whig: Council ? Loco to ? Whig. XT The Secretar)* of; the Treasury reports tht* aniiiiiui of Treasury Notes outstanding on the Isi in?t. at $8,539,1 15 <":>. Indiana .*-'-.v_.__lli_i*?. A Loco-Foco Memla-r of the Indiana Legisla? ture writes untruly to the Journal h|' Commerce that we have endeavored to make party capital out of the. neglect of that State to provide for the payment of interest on li-n Debt. We first ap? pealed t>? the Whigs not lo disgrace the good cause bv plunging into the infamous :i!>\?s of Re? pudiation ; I?nt when they did so, we condemned all alike, und unsparingly. We consider a Whig adv?cale'of Repudiation, a more atrocious scoun? drel than if of opposite politics, and would sooner lake thf hand of a convicted thief thnn either. As to tin' pretence "f the Journal's correspond? ent thai the Indiana Legislatunr co.t/.Z.fo no better than if has done, it is?;? great mistake, to speak with extreme mildness. That \>ody ini__l!t at leasi have pledged Indiana'? share of the Public Land Proceeds to the payment "'.' hoi Debt. It might have solemnly pledged the Faith, of the State that the whole should ultimate?v be paid.?13ut there is n?. difficulty in paying the whole inter?s! punc? tually and faithfully. An excise of fifty cents h 5*-!1".> Intoxicating Liquors sold would pay every cent of it, and i.-:i->,' the State ami People far richer and better than if no sin-h tax was laid. Ir i? perfectly easy for 700,000 People to pay One Million Dollars a year if thoy will : if they choose tt. be knaves an?J recreaiiLs, that ?il??> is ch-v at tirst : but wheth-?' it will contiuue *.: remains io be s.'eti. 1-lit to talk .?! the Stale Bonds'of Imliana selling at IS (-ein* on the dollar; and thereupon offer to pay them in unfinished Public Works, vvarth perhaps 25 setits on die dollar, is il?. ,.N. treme of impudent rascality. 03T There is i?? be a large promotion in tin Navy soon : t<".i Commander, to be Captains, twenty Lieutenants t?? be Commanders, thirty Passed Midshipman to bo Lieutenant.?, and ten Assistants to be Surgeons. .3* M-Dosai.!. Clark, known fur many war? in this city u> the * Mud Poet.' died at the Asy? lum for til?.* Insane on Saturday, tie was a u:?n of considerable talent, bad It developed, and for sume vears tendered useless bv iusanitv. He was recently ninile tiie s?.,,n ?fsome heartless fellows who must derive iittl?? satisfaction in tliinking that 10 their wicked ?'ieaks he owe? hi? ^sxl d-iath. XT Our State Lkgislatcrf. was not in session on Friday, having zone ?>ri b "?Testern Railroad <-x**i.*i -i.-.Ti to Springfield. Mass- to mf.-t the Ma_ ?r?rh::_.!',. Le-rislaturc. Gbv. SewaRI) and Ju> . ? - Bu?Nso-t-'as well a* See?t-ir.- Yot7!*c and \t torney-Gencral I?akkek. were of the party. XT The LEi.t.LAii'1-.K ?ii-i not form ? quorum on Satur?iay?man* ??:' die Members liaT?ng pro? ceeded from Springfield t?> Bos-ton. So there ?.?:_. n..? hartn done in tlie Gapilol from Thursday to Monda*. XT Saml'k?. S. 1?a>:.a i.t. of Alb'any (formerly of Chenango Go.) has 'oo-n continued by il.in. I Samuel "1 oung in tlie office of Deputy Superinte?? ? Jem of Schools in thi- State, which post he ha_ j fille?! uii.ir-r .everal Secretaries. H..- could hardly : have t? ?t * r i ci a better man. Ma?? ?.rur-ETT.-.?The Legislature of thi. Stai. adjourned on Thursday evening, a?tei :? Session of 58 days. ( Pay $.0'067.) It is to meet again on 1 the tir.?!. Wednesday of September to districi the ? Strit.-- t'.ir Members of Congress-. XT Mr. .1. W. S". Hows will give bis Second Lecture on hilocutien at Clinton Hall this evening. His Readings for this occasion are judici??nsry se? lected from th<* Bible, Shakspeare, Dr. Chalmers, Clav, W.-'f*--?-:. Kiiemn:t7.er, _:..i B*.*yant, whose _ii?nn:i? new poem of * The Antiquity .?t Free? dom;' will for the first time be rocited. Then* must, be a full i?.iis.'. XT Mr. I'i:\i'i.i;i:v'- Juvenile Union Concert nf six hniidi?''] performers will be r*vp?*:tt?'?l at tin Tabernacle thi.? evening. Th>- spectacle is most gratifying, tii**- Music rich and ???"f.-.-tiY". th>- admis ?ion i? cheap, and we do hot doubt that the at? tendance will be a? bountiful a- on the former occasion?. XT Archiba_,tj Kanham.. F..?rj. a respected member of the Philadelphia Bar, ha* been ri?:imin ?ied b* Presideni Tyler for Districi .?tiagc of the I'. S. ('?.urt? for the Eastern Districi of Pennsyl? vania, vice Thomas Bradford, rejected. It i? believed thai tiii? nnminatmh will be promptl* confirmed. XT Judge Grtt.MKJ" ?.?f the Supreme Coon of Ohio has resigned?which i? felt asa great l?s. by ib-- People und Bar of that State. XT Til?- President hasr??cogni?ed Luis E. Hak oous as Consul of Mexico for this ( :?-,. The Slavery Dcc.m-o?-.. By the following summary ? >! the ?oints .i.-.i.i.-.? by tin- majority of tlif U. S. Supreme Court, in the case of Prigg vs. Pennsylvania, it appears that til?; Court have not ruled the law of Congress re? gulating the right of reclamation unconstitutional, but only all the State Law?. The points made by the Court nie as follows : 1st, Thai ili>- provision in tlie Constlt?titin of tlie United States'-relativ?* to .fugitive slaves ?.'secutes iLself so far as ?t aiitliori/.i? ilieowner or his agent t" sei*-?? the fugitive in any state ul* tli>- Union ;i? properly; and that n<-> Suit?* law is constitutional wjiicti interferes with such r.-_;!,t?. 2d. That ilii? provision also contemplate, legislation !?>* < "? ?n_rr-? !.. make the delivery ora fugitive slave more efiec tual against all State or oilier interferenc?*. 3d. That Congreis having legislated, such legislation is th.- supreme law of the lan.i, excluding all State legislation upon the sanie subject; and with winch legislation by t'ou trress, m. Suite can [)_.?? any law to quality, impede nr con? trol tli'- remedy **iv--ii |,y the act of Congress. ttli. The power of legislation I.y C?*-gre?s is exclusi*"?: an.l no Stale can pass any la?? lo carry into efl'ect tiie con ?iitir.it.ua! provision in regard to I ugi live slaves, even though Congress ha?l not legislated ujion the subject. ?"lib. Tliat the points thus decided are in no manner in* t.-nil.-it io-.interlere with ill?- pallet power ?d die States to lake up runaway slaves, and guar-1 again-t ibeir misconduct or depredations; Tin? opinion \\a? delivere?! liv Mr. Justice Stoiy. The Cnicf-Jtistice and ?Mr. Justice Daniel concurred in the opinion that Ihe Pennsylvania law was unconstitutional ami void, and that no State could pass any la?? to impair or impedetlicightol tlie owners c-t fugitive slaves, a-inn ferred.hy the Consiituiion and secur?*?!by the net of Con? gress; but they bt-iii that tlie *-*t:itf.? were competent i<> leg? islate with a view to effectuate tli** remedy _:?,-? by the act ..i Congress Mr. Justice McLean?iL?ocnncurr<'<lasmiheunconsdlution ality of the acl of, the Pennsylvania Legislature. He was nt" opinion ibat C"<?ii_t?-??. in tlii- particular case, bail a ri.ht i?. coufer'tbe power ??-itli which Stan- officers were clothe?! by the an of 1793, and In Li tliat tlit-St.it.-? were competent to punish infractions of thn i acl by tlie owners of fugitive ?lave?""; as when,lor example, the slave ??a? ??-I7..-.I ami carriednway ?.? iibi.iii procuring tlie certific_ie of ihejudgt*s or justices of tin- [?car.-, which ?t requires. Mr. Justice llaldwin was of opinion that the constitutional provision requiretl no legislation, botexecute?! itself; nml ihm ?ieref?re theact nfCongress nml the l'e_iisvh*nnia law were b.itli unconstitutional. Mr. Justice Wayne concurn-tl with tlie majority, arid, re capitulating the points decided, intimated an intention of film? hi.? ?.?linitiii ai length. This cast' was brought t*.;i to Hie Supreme i'tnirt of the United Stat.-? under the __*?--?t!? .*?'-.-;ioii <?t iln- Judicial-*.' art of I7U9, and the provision ol a s-ieciaJ act oi tin- I'emiirv'lvania Legislature, bvtiig the result of a negotiation between Mary? land ami that State, conducted by J. Meredith, Esq. a com? missioner i.t'Maryiaii.l. The ?-a??- was argue?! by Messrs. Meredith and Nelson for th?-- Siaii-t.i'Maryland, ami by Mr; llainbly and t!it- Attorney General ol*Pennsylvania for.ihnt Siati-. Amki:i?a.n I.Miisii?Y.-Tlie Convention of Boot and Shoe Dealers at Boston closed its ses? sion .in Wednesday last. A ?erics of r?solutions was presented which we copy, omitting those wily which relate exclusively to that particular branch of business. The resolutions elicited no little d?: hale, in which many important statistics were ad? duced, showing th. absolute necessity, in order..to national self-pn*'servution;.of a discriminating Ta ritV. We shall refer to them hereafter. A Com? mittee of twenty was appointed to attend the Na? tional Convention in liii? City in April. The fol? lowing resolutions were adopted : Resolved, .That if the nations of tin- earth had acted in ac? cordance \? iih the true interests of ?nan?had been moved by thei*tipulsesof jusuce and humanity-?gui?l?*?l by ib?- same ???ist- ?>,.!!,v. ujkI governed bv the ?aine law??the r.?n!t would bave beeii a-system of Free Trade throughout the ??.?rl.l.a? ihe best mean? of promoting the liapp'u. of'tlie ._T>-a! family of man. Resolved, That whereas Greai Britain, the acknowletlgiil mistress ol the commercial ??--r-lii. has. by her ?elfish r? ?tn.-iivi- policy, diverted commerce from its natural t-linnni-1, and attemptetl to guide the wealth into her own coiTer?, we aretlriven, a? an acl oi seli"-preservalion, to protecl ours? i?. ? agaiiistthat system of moiiopolv which aim? a deadly blow, alikl . ;il our industry?ritl Our independence. Thtrt '",..-'. /i'f >?/.': al. That it i- i!i?- duty of every nation that would r?*nder i:? exist? n?-trjicrni/ni?*?/, ??? cherish uid pro? tecl it? inilttstryas thefoul* ?.:r>- soitrt-e?;>l";-r<a/iA,'.-irtppinejM an.l independence. Resolved, That while the jirotluctioa? nt*'American ma* ??iiiiH-rv may ??.???????t'til!?* compete with the production? of any other country, the productions ? I* American labor (unless giianletl by wholesome legislation) must fall beneath the ?!:... k of Enn ;? an competition. Resohrd,Tliai a? ?lie? revenui ofih? co intryma?tbe rni??*tl by ?!:ij...?t duties,justice demand* thai a discrimination.lv made thai ?hall check the importation of tliose arti? 1- ? ?? hich aaa at tlie .??t-rtln-.???- of our industry, pnsperxtij and our xu ?Ir ?.i ndence. Resolved, That t !**.<*in*?rdnty ?? the only guara i te? . ihr many ir.iml? a:?,i m-,-:: m? ??!,:.-I: art- practiced th.- ??> ?inn? im i* \- by van?-.! in?'..;.-.-? ?un) t'ai?? ?i! lai on.?. Resolved, Ttiat a duty aliout equal to that which - - ?? : up io IZ'S'. L? alike demiunled by die int? -*??!.? oi O-.e North, Sot?'ti an.! \v. ?t ; ttiat with a ?.miii.i currency \i-e may c\u-.-'-. that nv?rimportatioii which is drainingour'cbuiury ofspecie, Rinl ili?? .!i'?!it>ying tlir hasis Dt" mir lm?in--v transaction?? ? Resolved, Tliat theinterestsof tlie North an?! the South, the agriculturiit an.l manufacturer, are nearly btendetl. tliat that which promotes the prosperity of the f?"*, must ?d**_?c_ t!i?* init-r?-?!? of llieofA?T. Resolved, That we.beli?-yeth?-"se -"nite?l States ?io possess, :: ith'in thr,n.<e!:t'. all the ess?-nti-ls of national Supply: Resolved, That we :.; M exx ittobe the duty ->:* cverji at?- j rr? of theses United State?, who regards ihe trn? interests of his t"i.:-.:i'-?-, i-, encourage our -:;-n trade and manufactures ! in pr?r/t-YTiri to foreign prodocts: iXTGeoeg*" W.Ci i.vto>". 1".?-:.. has !>?'.'n elected Mayor of Buffalo by ."510 mdfority over [?aac R. Harrington, the incumbent. Mr. Clinton is ?son ol IV Win Clinton, lias been ft Jackson man. but. ''??:::_; Collector of the Port, i? now miner ni.>;v ,-; ;i 1 yler i-iati than any tliinff.else. Eacb candidate ran strictly ? on his own hook'?the^Vbigs making no party nomination, and Mr. Clinton declining one t-inderotl hirn by the Locos. Thereupon the leaders denounced hi;-!, bin he appears to ha**?^ | been supported by die mass ef both parties. We j iieai" with pleasur?. *_nat, b?eing a leading T.-raper ? anee man. he will il.? ni-?, utmost for the cause of Public Morality. XT Some hundreds 61 th_ citizens >>t' Scliuvl l?.ill Co. Pa., have ?ign?'-.! a cixll fur a convention to torni a Heine League in thut county T"?renty-8Lxth Congrr*?. Corre*pop?l->r.ce ?f the Tnhace. W?5BC?-T0N. Tbcr-dar, March i. In Sesate Uv-dav, Mr. Simmons prejehted re? solutions of the Legislature of Rhode Island in favor ?>! Protection to American Industry. Mr. B?miovr present??d resolutions of die Le? gislature of Louisiana in n-lation to the aggres? sive policy of ti..- British Government, pledging Louisiana to support the General Government in Iressing ::.?- wrongs of her citizens and preserv? ing the honor of the conritt*** The joint rule proposed by Mr. Mkrrick. pro? viding that no appropriation .-hail be made in the General Appropriation Bii!? t'..r objects nc: called foi by existing ?aw-, was taken ;:p. and. after some debate, was passed informally. The resolutions of Mr. Ci.av relating to ihe Revenue; Tari.:'. >.-?*. were taki'ti up. and Mr Smith of lu. made an able -r.h in support of them, and in reply to Mr. Wright. He particu? larly and p* ?wert*: : l'y opposed the proposition to repeal the Distribution Law. defending it on grounds ??t ju-tic?-. expediency and constitution? ality. He also avowed himself an advocate of Protection, and alluding to th?* increasing culture o? Cotton in Louisiana and in die British posses? sions, ?-aid the South -.?. * ?=. I ? : soon be loudest in favor of Protection. Mr.< i. ?. v's V*eto resoluti?riseome uj> to-morrow; in the Hot'sE, _ resolution granting the ??;??? of the Hull of the House :?? the Congressional Tem? perance Society on Monday evening next was adopted', against th.- strenu.j'.. objection- of :?. fe? ?? th" ann-Iomp?rance men?Messr_?. Dixon H. Lewi?, Shyder, &c. ' ?:: motion ui Mr. Thompson of la-, _ joint re? solution was adopted, suspending the payment of money heretofore appropriatod. for the printing of thf Sixth Census *?____i 1 further order, by Congress; The morning hour was consumed with the 11??? tr?richment resolutions relative t.. the Contingent expenses of the House, several of which were adopted. The House refused to abolish the? office of Postmaster to the House, and abolished the office of Draughtsman. The General Appropriation Bill was again taken up : i Committee of th.- Whole, Mr. G. lUvis's amendment to the clause appropriatirii: ?05,000 to the Contingent expenses of the S;;ire Department pending, which he -o modified i? to discontinue the publication of the law? of the United States in newspapers, t? provide for letting out m .-nr. traci to ii:*' Soweit bidder the Printing, Stationery, ...'?. of th*' valions Departments, and for their Ad? vertising in no rase ;,, exceed three insertions, in papers having the largest circulation : when two :;:,? necessary, t>? be of opposite politics. Mr. CusHlN-* appealed from th?? decision of ;: e Chairman, (Mr. Briggs.) who, under thedecision of th.- ?omwiir?r*eof yesterday, decided die amend? ment in order, on the groundiof the former appeal. that th" amendment was not in order, as going to repeal an existing law. The Committee again overruled the point by .." i to 55, deciding the amendment in order. The subject of Public Printing was debated on th:? amendment during the remainder of the d'av. " An.-..:?. ' IN CONGRESS.Friday, March 4. In the Senate; after unimportant morning busi? ness, Mr. Clay's Resolutions proposing a Con? stitutional restriction of Executive Power were taken up. and Mr. B?rrie.n ?supported them in a speech of much ability. Mr. Clay had previously accepted tin amendment suggested by Mr. Archer ol '?a. which provides that, in case anv hill he ve? toed by th*-? President^ it shall lie over i,, the next session of Congress, when, if it be approvedbj a majority of each House, it becomes a law. lu the House, Retrenchment was ngain the i .rder ut' the Day ; and the abuses in supplying Oil. Coal, Canilles. Mail-cart and horses. &c. for the use ui Congress, were corrected. On motion of Mr. WiNTHROrbf Mas?, it was resolvedthat the stationery &c. shall henceforth be of American man? ufacture if of equally reasonable price. Ii was then detennin?d (160 to 22) that each Member shall he supplied v.'nii >?_'.". worth of Stationery for the If hilt and $20 for the short Session, and that any additional quantity shrill be charged to him and slopped nut of his compensation. (This will effect u saving of al least $20,000 per annum.) The House now procoeded to the order of th*' day?? Private Bills". Forty-four original and seven .Senate bills were considered in Committee and re? ported to the House. Eleven others were ob? jecte?! to and passed over. Adjourned. Land-Slide at New-Orleans.?A portion of the Levee on the east ?ido of the Mississippi, directly opposite the Second Municipality Ferry. gave way between !? ami 10 o'clock on die night ol the 23d, and was precipitated into die river with a noise like n discharge of artillery. The hotel known tis the Willow Grove, with . l"??uti itil gard?m ten-pin alley. &c. were swallowed up. and the Levee was still wearing away at our last advices. -__n? - Mexico and Texas.?We learn from Captain .ndrews, of tin? schooner C. C. Zabriskie, seven days from Matamoros, that as in* was about leav? ing that city, nn express arrived, stating that a body of about five liu?dredvMexicans had cross???! ??ver into Texas and fallen in with a Texian force. when, alter a short engagement, th?- Mexicans were completely routed. Such was die slaughter reported; it was ?air! that hut two Mexicans es? caped with tiiri:- .;?.?,?.. Capt. A. did not rerri??n t?> obtain th.- particnl irs of t:;?- emragement. We apprehend that there i. .?une exaggeration in thi? matter: though we ii,.?:!,: not the general truth of the statement. [V 0. Be?', 2.4th. SflifWREi *.-*.? The Sultana, arrived on Satur? day from Bermuda; brings intelligence of two shipwrecks. The Lewis ('a... from thi* port on the 1st ult.,..bonnd to Florida, was driven upon the i.?.ks west of the Bermudas on the 20th ult. Most ol die cargo was saved, hut th" v.'??.'] i? a total loss.-* She wa? insured for $16,000 in this city. I Irr .-rexx- were brought here hi 'he Sultana. Tin- brig Daniel Kirhy. of Philadelphia, from this city for Santander, Spain, with tobacco arid cocoa, sprang n leak wheu_fbur days out, and put away \ for Bermuda. She had to be run ashore, and her | crew arrived here in th?' Sultana. Mob.;-?The Bat.-vii!e. Ark."New- of the 10th ult. contain? a notice of a mob in Van Biiren ( '?.. It seems that a young man named Riser was killed in ? fight by ??i"- Bertram, who was arrested and committed to jail, hut aft.'nvard? mad*? hi? escape. \ mob .>: about 'My.- persons th.-u gathered about ;:.(? house of Riser's father?fired into i: and di.! considerable injury. The old ?nan suc<.ded in getting word for aid t?. an adjoining county; but on the party's arrival. Ki-*'r and five of His friends were missing and the mob were ?til! ia arr.,?. The Governor had been applied ;.? t?? call ??ut the mili? tia. The account dees not assuihe to be authentic. -_? - XT a s??n o? Gol. S. Ckristian of Tuscuiribia, Ala. wa? attacked by a pet deer a short time since, :_-i?i sogOred as t.-. cause almost instant death. 0_f\\lr. John Cornell was recendy killed at Hec? tor. N. V.. by a iimb whichfsllupon him whii".- . ting wood ?:: the forest. Okator:?...?We an- pleased .(?^jarn th.: the Sacr*-,' M:i ?;,- Sodety Enternd gi? mi: the Oratorio of the 3fessiah?ihe matter-piece m" th? master-mimi of Handd??n Ti:->:r.: evening; the 15U. inst.. with the- most efficient aid which at the pre*?-ui __i. could be procured in this country. Mad? ame- Spobr Zahn, >ir. Strong, Mr. Colburn frorii Boston, and Mr. M__?*ett, xv.ll ?ustain the principal part?. BY THIS MORXIXG-S MAIL. C*-irr?."?j?"!i.i-n.-.- of Th? Tribune. Wash IN?, ton, March .. 184*2. _\o decision yel in regard to Postmaster of New York, bur in the cour?*-1 of a day ?-?r two the matter wi'i So ?etiled. At th-*- present writing. Jons L. Graham is most prominent, and bis name will probably !*_ sent to the Senate tor the situation by Saturday or Monday r...... 1 ' this selection will mee: the approbation .: our friends generally, as he i- in even* way we'll quali? fied for thetrust. Itis riot to be expected that x.r, one man. among so many applicants, would saosfv the entire* sufirag- of the city: but 1 think it safe to ?av that Mr. Graham'- appointment will be .*. acceptable as anv that could now he made. I.?.?. Con-?pr.n.l**nc>' ?' The New-Y-irk Tribune. Washington. Sararday, Mar b '. Although it i? universally conceded by the poli? tical press of the country, that the people of the United State? enjoy, under the principles of their Government^ privileges of civil an?l religious lib?rtv. more sound, stable, and extensive^ than have hitherto been gruaranteed to any community on ? nrth?nevertheless, we ????"?"??i"??* ti"' ?t.i::y ex? pression oi discontent in certain journals ..f the North, w;*.! :!>? ne? essary i perations of the Con? stwition, accompanied by-unwarrantable appeals to the orejudices of one section of the l mon against th?. ri_:ht? and domestic institutions of another. Such is the character of die Washing? ton correspondence of the New-York American under dateof ! ?t March. In atteraptim; to review die d .cisi >ri oftbe Su? preme Court inthc slave cas?-b?twcei the States of Maryland and Pennsylvania, the writer notonlv misconceives the import of the learned and lucid opinion of Mr. Justice Story, but indulges in awful forebodings of the'consequences of that opinion to tii-* integrity and stability of the I nion. He pro? nounce? it rit vxar widi the rights and interests ni the Northern State?, and eminently ?alculated to cause tii?- citizens thereof to question the ralue of. the Union ! 1* i* true the Court declare that under the 3d clause ol ihe sec.)::,i section of the fourth arricie uf'j the Constitution, ?he Congress of the Pnit??d States has exclusive power to legislate upon the ?ubj?ct ni seizing and reclaiming fugitive .hive., and that the owners ?.:? their authorised agents ha".--? ampl?. right to seize and reclaim each slave without molestation or hindrance by luiy State le? gislation or regulation whatsoever: .'?ud while the\ recognise die police power of the Srat*- to guard its territory Iron; imc evils of personal vio? lence and breaches of in?* peace, the '.Hurt most emphatically pronounce the Inw of Pennsylvania inflicting tin*? and imprisonment upon anv p.;r_on who ?hall forcibly seize and attempt tocanyawav a slave beyond its limit*, unconstitutional and void. But the writer in ihr? AmcricanSs entirelv vx rong when he supposes this unanimous decision of the Court (for Judge McLean's opinion does not vary from that of th*- .??her members.of the Court,) impairs the right of trial/by jury Under the constitution or has the least tendency to the sus pensio-of the writ of habeas corpus. Ii the Legislature of N?w-York liavc enacted ti statute impairing the ri_rlit~ of ibo slaye-owner, se? cured i" him by th?-* law? and Constitution of the United States, they have no' cause t?, complain of the proposed decision of the Supreme Court, and I do not hesitate t?. predict that when it _?hal! be published, us I hear it i? to bo in the course of ?i few. days,, there is not a jurist in lite country but will respond to thi* opinion of the Court in till its parts. The affected horror of the American's ?orr? spondent I trust will be abated, after n careful pe? rusal of this document; and as there can be u?. doubt that he is desirous of escaping the odium that usually attache? to th?; character of nn agita? tor, he will promptly repair the injury his precip? itancy and zeal may have inflicted, by doing ample justice to ?he exalted Tribunal he has so freely ar raigaed in hi? letter of the 1st lnst_ No Comptroller yet; and thu Senate ha-: jjpt ]ik..eil upon the lately nominated Judge Archibald Randall. His legal uilents und character geno rally are estimated of a high order, and conse? quently he will be confirmed without much oppo? sition. In Executive Session yesterday, a great, number of nominations were read over to thu Senate, and referred to the appropriate Committee.*;, and Mr. Cogswell of New-York was confirmed as Secre? tary of Legation to Spain. The President and his Cabinet have selected asuccessorto Mr. Codding ton, out have not yet presented his name to die Senate. Ii may he looked for at an early period of the ensuing week. V??u may perceive, from the indications of the Madisonian, that the Presi? dent i- resolved t?> commence th?- work of reform in regard to removals from otn?*c* and although he will not !>** prescriptive, the country has a righi to expect miitiv salutarv changes. I.Ko. Applirniit? in ISnnkriiptry. SOUTHERN DISTRICT. Jam?-? Cropsey, New-York. Ifervev McCane, N'ew-York. Albeh-MciNulty, " E G Vim Benthuy-en, " G vv Chamber?, Tompkinsv'l? lf**nry 1' Cropsey, " Jamet-MrPlumb, New-York. Alfred Loekvvoo?I, John Bailey, Walkhill. Geo. .f..binon, R I* Dentares!, N?w-York. J**?.?- Gn ? u. John Brent, William.*bur_b. Jolin Lonsti? LI. Po*ke??psi?;_ Richard 'Sterling. X?w-York. Plinj Vile?, New-York. Samuel B ost wick, " George Campbell, William Myers, " .!..*.?: ? C. Holmes, John Tenhrook, " Horace'St. John, Amasa Newman, Brooklyn. AngU-tai Alleotl, " ?::.i?. B. K.-.'!.-r. Itu-?!,-.? :?-_?.. John McCarty, " XT We have receive?! a .-..?l from Mr. George Brown complaining in the- bitti-rest terms of a report -which ap? peared in ourpaperof Thursday ln?i, in the n.nit. r..? !. - application for the benefit? : the Bankrupt Law. which was ca?? iilaie-.l to injur?- l.ini svrinulsy. VV.- ar.- satisfied that the objections ra:?.?.l tn his applica tirm w.Ti- ??ich as not to impeach his integrity, ami Wear?? Jin?! tn find tl-ai a rigorou? investigation ?::i? ?li.ixvn even tii*-.*- le-'j-a! objections to lie entirely without foundation Mr.:Brown would have irisLsted on a contradiction sooner, but xv;i::.-ti t.llhe- ha.l ?:.n,i hi*examination. A Little Scene?Saturday was another balmy ?lav. The ?.::, shone brightly,and th? air xxa? fragrant, like ?? The ??-.-.-?-_ south wind, That !>r*-a?!?'-? upon a dank ofviolets, .*?:* aling an?l givintf odor." fine- of the loveliest of the lovely who promenaded Brieau wayj stepped in at Dr. Sherman's, !'?; Nassau ?i. To por? tray h**r. would indeed be a difficult matter, lier eves wer? like brilliants, an?! h-r liH;r fell In lovely ringlets about i.rr -nnwy neck. He-r voice was lik*- th*- ,?wi-e;i iatonatioa? n( the ":;_: dove, and lie-r tonn -va.? on>- that a **-i:ipt?>r would worship. Throwing a mo?, bewitching glance al Mr.-Van Yorx. xxLio ;? always sallan! to the fair -??*.. ?he asked inx a inix of Or. Sherman's Cough Lozei-g*., ;?t the samel nie saving she had n>*-'i them herself an?! administer?^] them i other?, ?"or more lhan a year. ;::..! never knewthem toi performing a cure. VV'i;*-n beauty heralds tbelr fame and rir iues, surely t-.o ? ne should doubt. Dr. St.-r-nnt'- ware boa?? is a: 106 Nn?an st. In Philadelphia. So. ? 1.egcr B _:::,:.r,?-. : B.^tnn. Z state ?t.: B.;i::rn..r*-. 222'- Baltimore st. American JfcsEOi.?Barnum is ever'onthc ai* rt for nov. -kie-s. So w-Kinenii.l he hearofYAN ZOO in Boston, U;;.n hewasofT, ar.,!. re_a__l__s of exp?_L_e, ?e.--_:r*.i U> ?ervices ibr one week. II- has arrived and wfll appear t.-ni.-iit: al-, several other peribnDers. See advertiseinenL XT Howe'sHygbine F?OREHoorp Caxdy.?This *i-a? ant. *a:_ and econ?mica] remedy, ibr ih? cure of Couchs, Hoarseness. Sor*? Thmat an?l all cla.sses of Indaema, kc, .* ke-ptcnr-tnntly nn han?i !>y the j.roprietnr, 432 Broadway. corner of Howard-street; and may \><- bad at the following convenient locations: at K-.-r?:*..!'?, 52Y> Broadway- of C. Drig_s,68J Broadway; Dri?r?rs_:Jay, 6 Union Place, Bow? ery . Palmer, comer a: Bowery ar.?: Seconti^trei-t; Lad lam, 1-4 Beekrnaii?tr>? t: Hinton, 1<T Eighth Avenoe ?Ml . D* Fre?h .?--hnd senred up every d?v at Breakfast. Dinner and T--a, at PATTtXSON?S, r.\5 4t* _comer of X?ssan ami Ann-stre????. 33"Wanteil?A Partner vvilh a cash capita! of .?in.r-un in a well ?sablished ".vho?e?.-tl? house in r*-;trl ?trevL? Ttier opp-tn-anitj* presented :- a very .l>-?irai.|(* one, and none c?-?->l appiy unle-*s tli?ry have ths r**o.ui?iie* aiuodni of capital to invest, an?! cari ?ive undoubted reicrenc-* as to hiiri- ruspecubillty ut'charnrtirr. Address G. M. \*,\ *?J P__rk pest ?fficf. 12, t 24a" WARD MF.F.TIXr.S. : Fir?.? "VTax-!.?Ti * I) .--T-u; _? y;? ? .r?. th? First Ward irerequesteti tonieetattbe. BmadS?rcl fio :??!. .-i.rtr.-r ..r Bread and !*--ari ?:?. on Mondav - ?.-nni.. tl:? Tit; in?t. ,i: ""? o'clock, foi the t'tir;-..?-- ??: ? - ig 1 Del<-gati_s to* r?.-pr-_?^rnt the Warn it the Ma C tioa ;"*also to ??..- : . Commit* re ol Five to re i ?-? ui ?bit?..-*.-!?;.?!?!:..-? for Cbanei Ofl rs tbr_the ?uppon Electorsrof the sai?!"'.Rtrt.WanL Oj_1V_.R COttB, Cl . Otto Win. \ ;i.? Tuyl. ??..'??. ?H * -iocontl *Vnri!.-r D era! Wli Electo*** ? ? . \? . .--...?. W i H :-?. Xa i S i??-i -??? ? M I : M **' itTj o'clock, to a? f.l D - ,; t . . - \ ? . ? . . i - - t r, ? ? . \\ , : I . ? JAMB*? KKl.!.\ . .iiiK-.u*- l'.r .?i.i?..:. in ... -....??."-. >?? ? . _? .... ? , \ i Kee tos .tes j i ? ?? "?? '.- - ?I ?? Ward. JOHN GUSTIN, Cbairmsin. W\ .. B. Marsh, . ? ... . \Vn_ D Ige, "?_____ "!* C Fourth Wartl.--'"""? M -Electors V r,:. purscant to n * ?* - " ? ral.Con nittee. ire r?queste?! to meet a! the Shak* II ;? . . - D ? ami *?*? . am-si ? ? ?. M Evening, 7th .:.?:.. n 7? ' ing a Commtttei to iiomfnaie Charter " ? ? ' ?? !>? '.- gates r.i reprt*s*?nl ihe Wartl in the Ma- ' t:.-in, i. ?? i" ,?:-.? r lloostrou tin e* i ag'ol Mon . : l~!l B ? ?. the Wl-ig F\ en .*?* CommiUei W II! ! VM HALL., i Tmom ?? M -dri ?NeE, Secretary. . i.:.... -.. I*,? ? . \* u VRREN i ?! U'.MAN, G .T..!.:: Ben-* . y ? ? . c. *?*> in? n XT Th? ' w.ir.i art r . ( LARKSON CROLII -'.'.' I.. R. Br.vdi ev.-S? ? ? ? . n 3 il j .-ii'vi alii Vini'il. ! '? ?? rsof tile*.! tii Ward ? '' l:n II. ase. core? r or' !l:r ?? - ? I Cherry-si ? ?- I - : .. -. ? 7?i ?list, .: "? ' " k. lor the rmrp ??? ihre? Delegates to represen! ? ?!. . Convention : also ' ? recont ..?;.-,,. . t .?? i: . - lilfSU] ofthe electors I ? ?. i ??--. etitliW-i .1. \. Lee, , < .... W. !'. KN.'.lT. ? A. i'.Vim ;-; s, ' " F.ii-hih ?V-irdT^ !>? ?? )????? ? ? Eiuht Wart! no.* ? ? - ?o at t ii 11 ? . Tills* K.\ ENIXG. M . I . *. 7 ..-,?,...!.. fi ?? -? ? ? i? te? ton pr?sent tin- *?*? ? M. y < ? : ?. ? ?? (eel .? .,.:???? ? .r- ,. : - ? El? *.-ii. I N i* VRNES, Clia II. l). M ??!.-?. | _? A. II. M-n-i i-s-i-.t ,:,.n. i ' '[?' ?'? It TT rviaili \Vnr?l.r I !> ? *?* Ele.tors of the Ninth Warriar-*r r?*q est : .mbleari N Exchange, Bleeck? r-street. Monti Eyei d . ? nt 1* o'clock, :i>r tin ;.-:;?;-.- of selecl i> ' ? I me? t in Mayoralty^ C vein it B - - i i Ht ?t.. niiil :?:-?> m appiiini ?< N.inat ? to se? [cet __n?li?latt*s for Charter ?>:?-.?. rs. r. . ? u ? . (Il \!:i.KS?iiil TMKlil.WI). ( \v?!.[ i \\i i., ?.?\?!.-.i;\ .s, ?-. : try. " ." 'l'en lli *4V?ir?l, In purs lion of-the Wan!-Committee.th? l)'?m?jcniii<* ***? Electors offtlieTentli Ward are !-???, ::>???? .i to meet it:' Hall. Gran?l-?tr?ret, Mn ? I _,.7Th ?n?_. ?I p:t?t 7 ..*i-|.-..-\. i'...- ? In ?.-?-. -. un? Hue?' Delegate*" from th?- Ward to a Mayoralty C?inveiition.to be lield at Broaihvny H'tti.n the llth in?t., ami also to appoint a Coiiimittee to nom ate-Charter Otlicers Bv or?l?rr. JA MKS II. I'IM'M'.V. ( ha . u Committee. Joseph I.. Chesti k, .Secretan ; . ten?. m52\ XT Thirteenth \V?r<l;?Tin l- Whig El.-fti.r-?.-! Ihe Tliirteenili \\ .r :. pursuant to thi mendat on .-? :!.,- I), mi ,-..-? \\ |, t, . . t , . , . requested to meet at the TipjM ?moe IbitiM* No. 5 s"ln ? on ".!??.?? ? ? lii tin Till ..-i. ?it.7 'clock, I -.- the [>ui p".?' ???;??? *:.n_' tlln . !>? I? ?rati s ti ..-??.? the .Mnyonill*. Convention' to be hel?! at the Bron ? House on Moiiila* ? ??? niiu m?r I Itl - point a \'iiiiinatiii_ Committee-In ??rlect candiilates for Charter Otlicers for the support of thi- Democrat"? Whi? h ihe Wanl at the eiisuiii_ election. JAMES A. BROWN, Chairmti W. C. BtTI.KR. S.-. *i\. m" 2lis t Fourtecnlli t.r*_ril, Mai ;. : 12.?Pursuant to recommendation ?if the Democratic AV1 ? (.-?.*ii?-i*nl Com? mittee, the Democratic Whig Electors ?t' the Koiirteentl Ward:**il|nieet at the Broadway HoiL-t oi Mow i Even* iiig-next. tlie "th March m*f.. ,.i Iialr*pa?t7 ?Velock, lor the nurinjse-ofsflectins- ihre?- Del.re*, iroin this Want to the dfayoralty Convention, an.l al?o to npp ta liiintin? Committee to eleela.Charti'rTick?*t ior i:,<- w..e.d at. th? en?tting eb-ction, tin?! also to trnn.?ai ; such utlier hu-'m.? as mav In- brought before the i:i?<-tiii_. A. (.'. BURR, Chairman. Isaac I!. Brows, ? . .? EnwARU II. Ki-.nt. (' ?*"-'????? ms2i TT FifleentkT Wnrd-FHIST DISTRICT.-The Democratic v? hi**.*) ofthe Eirst District areiei]iii'-stc?l to in? ft at ?o. 8 Sixth Avenue, This (Mnntlny) Ev< niiur, A !.. r? - i i 7. at 7 o'clock, for ihe purpose of. ???It-cling three D.-i-irat.? to lb?- Wanl .\nmiiiatiii_ Commiltee from 'ii - District. Von art' al-.? r?i|ii.?i.-?l !>> meet at Coiistitutiou Hall on the ?am. evenin-r.at S o'clock, to s?-l?:cttlir?*e Del?gales u* r??jiresenl t!ii? Wanl in th.- Mayoralty Convention: J'.v order ofthe '\\ aril Coiiunifi???. I!. R. W UM), Chuirm m. Job S. Black, ) s,.,....... _?_. Philip Wkob-k, ? ' mii7 It ! ' Fifteenth W'nr?l?SECOND DISTRICT.?The Detnocratiir Whigs ??!' th?* *s?r ? ;: ? ' are rKpieste?) t" meet in I! I< ?? 's C? listit I Hall, '!'. M ilay) E? March 7,.at7 - ee Del? egates i?, th?* **?? nr?l Nun .i? Dis iritrt. You. are also ??, ?teil to -meet at Constitution Hall un'.!., same evening al 8 o'clock, to -,'..??;-. Del i.tes in renres? ni ti,:? Wanl hi th?* Mayoraltj > ?nvention. B?- ..i-.l.-r ofthe W_ I mm in ?. i:. It. WARD, Chainnan. Job S. Black, <..,,,.,..,. . . I'nu.ii- Wr.uKr.it, > ' mh7 It i * Fi?tttinh iViu-iI?riilRD DISTRICT.?The Detnocratlc Wliigu.nl the Third District are rei-ues-ed to meet at Broadway Cotttige'l'h ? M ?? I ? . March 7, at 7 o'clock, for ib.- ;.n- p. ?? ..i ?electing thre?* l>- legaii ? to il.?- Wan! Xotiiiiiiitiii-. Connu itei from lliis l?.-i: ? r. \ on a.-?- a!?<? re?*uested to meet ai Constitu? On Hall on the ?ame evenin** at I o'clock, :.i ?eb-cl ihn ?? Delegate? u> n present tin.? Want in the Mayoraliy Convention. By order ?if the Ward Committee. Jou-S.Bt.ACK, } - ? v It. It "WARD, Chairman. I'Hll.ll' WKlii?.ft. ( ' ' '* 7 1( ? ___. 1 -ill? .nib l.'tii'd -FOURTH DISTRICT? The Demofratic Whignof the Ei . -r. Ii.-:. ??? ., ? ? .. to meet at White House, t orn? rol* .McDougnll-sL.uid Wav? ? ley lilac? . Tli - (Monday) Evening. March 1...; : o'clock, for tli- p'ir-i.i.i ?? I; lin - ihr ? !>? . .-v - ? . ? .- -,\ , Nominating Cotiimitlei from this District Vou are nli> re (|Ue>tet| u? iii?-t?t ar Constii i i II - i-vi-nin at ;i ,.*< lo?-k, ' -? '? t ihre?: I). I? . ntr? r. ? . .-nt the Wa ili>- Mayoial".- i lonvention. 15%? ..ni.-i ofthe w '. ???. i mi Jon S. Bi.ai K, / , . It. .':. M V'RD', I I niriiian. Philip W,:iiitER,j ' " >*"- ml : M ._?.?,. T ***i \ (ri-iiil; tVnrtl. I the re* commen'tntii.I the General Committee, I Democr.itii Whigs of th_ .SixU'trnth Ward w II meet ai I!.. ; ton'.?, t ?r ner ??' Si?:;. \. : i? ?in?! ???- ? ??? ? nth -;:>?'.. >, "i Eveiiint.,.March 7th, 11^ o'clock, to appoint tlire?;" Del gates to represent tin Wa? Ma lii Convention, an.l at?* in ?eltrct ? ,N'.-.. nating Co i -.. ?? nils in he suppo! led ?- Chin t??r ' ? ' ? i-at the ensuing Election. WASHINGTON SMITH, <..:: '.. iril-'t null lU:i . .t. l'.< <v::<\ .. , < /.. ll,-.?-K!s-?. \ '*:i '?'_'? ,,i:i : *" **t<>r?*nt?r?*nth \?':ir?l.l /> Wlii ? ?:.??'..--..? ? .. >? -. ? iietmlb %v tr-; an r?*?] ? ?n I - in el it II- ry Clay II :' - ? ? ? . \ ., \. ..ii (tbi.i) M?nifav evening tin * n?i ? :- ? -.- . purposeoi -electing three Delegates to n -? - tl in Mayoralty I ? nv? ution. and.I ? \ rial Committi to -?-.? ct candidates fer Ci-art. 0 supported liy ike ?-lectors of the -.- in! it th*-. ei .. tioa K. \. I'RIME, Ciia rmau. J .*iE- Anderson, .??> ? ?-. ,,,7 -- 1 St ?on?I Ward.?Tl IIKM'.V (A. \\ . ;; this Wartl. ?irtiJnviteittomeel i l ; - ??. | *.v . ; |?.,! tel, No. 37 Nassau-sr., on MONDAY EVENING March 7 ?mme?Ii.itelv afterthe Ward .Meeting, i i ing a W ml Clul ? . ? . . ,.?....,,.,. ,,, tlie great ?..?.?.?.., ? . ?s . <?? . ,;,.,?.... ..; tlie 1 . ? ?... ..... .' . .. - K- Caleb S Wot ';? F \ | -., H--W-I - - ,; .... Eil va f. ? vies Thoma? M ?-., V> . ai '!' . -n, \ i- . .' ihn Hillanl *\t \\ f ? '. bn Turner .*,;.??..?..? - H n ?l in I. I..-:;, rt.? \v . un I. I Wi liam M M Im- - < ? - '? invalkenbur?' Ifarltw- Mills ?i,., ? Dan;-; \V Oak] i;,,,.--.- f; John mil et I'. Samuel Y. S Brou-ji I u Burgtr-.. !!? ??:??-? Atkins Calvin l ? ?' ihn Wen ringliam - ** "n-T?'nth Ward-CLAY MEETING.?Al .. nu - meeting of the frit*n?Js ? " Hen. II- nry i Uiv I. ??? ? ' Commbian Hall, on Fri.lay ?v?n?isr, M-irch .th to?i pui-ii ?ni to ptdilic notice, for the* -.-?-..? J :y.. ward <.,:i.-.- Cluli.on mm ... PkterS. Titus \?i? ?nnoii ?. t I Chairman, wy,,.,. i-,.;:..,?: .,.??: jofc ,*t)_k v? "t ' ? and Richard >.-.,:: and Mailiew D. Greene *-.-.- .-.-,?. The ?-aU ofl --..--? : .- having been -, ; ... ; , ,.:.^v-(|, on nio.1011. the rejwrt ... ... mpo?nt? .,: die Di-:r:.-: Meeongsot Fel : t. W inquire expe.n??<-5 ... formmg a ('!.-v Club in i .- Teuft War - - read ann ac ? Tlie_re;-o- .-.::?;,..? : , . . . ........ . .,,,..,-,?.,.,,,. mgsot t.?-i-,:n,:ii.r.,.. r,:,,! nr.,-,1 [he proprietv. in accjnl I"1!;1'':.? ' '?*. ?';'-':-'-' femi-J-?- a Cluh ar a p_l,h.-,_..,-.. .n.'.ra?..?-: han ?irougittbe mana.ement aod^dictation oi the .-.?. indconcludetl wnh the foflow?ngt5__t--*-a?oii? - Lrt usbercanit?asa bai?, of brethren puirsuttig oh?*com moa object; to torni in thi? public mann-, s Club to ? the interests: of.oar glori?os-.Hairy of tue"-* ? ?? he only, is iliv man of oar choice, ..:.??: ?,-*? x. ? . '*': -si?. Bat or th.ntnu-y, ? ;: : ai ? d ......... ...... ?. ?. \ ?? ? '?-?.,... .... ? ?? : .,.', T! .: x? .. 1 U - /.'.-, ? '. Tl r i l :. : ?? ? , . -? - By-! the I - Resolved, That I - ! i ? . ? T - ? >\ . ? ve their i __.?_. ? ? ?. , N 1 - - ? . ? ; ii h u i ? Wts :; ? - w r _ -, i ( i P i:r;,..:'. T: ? lu to meet at ( 11- u ? - vi | ." ? ,???...... .. PETER s ill! s . .,.:.' Wll.t.ItM POCLSON,), . r>K.?_ John Hook. r*c' ' " ''?' ?:, "'<:i m 'VA * .* ?*?__ ?*. VI xT'irxx D. l-R-SENE, ) : ?' l'ublic ."?IreliM?:. I cuiten? ? \.-_..y . nfavoi ?? -; ?: . di the ??res? I Pl'R?C S,.,...,.: *"?._T_y ?-.-.<: .-t. opens tl > ? rsot ?i;*- s?"!-,>..u-?o xtx WHO CHOOSE rOENTER/aO-lwliO :? .: - 0 loi ? ?.....?_,, : ?*.-. . ... ?.-.: .. shall ?ESTR ??? or ixji-REthexS? . . ? ' ' ' . ' v., - ? . ?- I .XX -::? . .'. ri? . . ?. v ? ?- .. x ? ., . , .._ V[ - ?- \ the M? ?-?-_. i. : X : ?S - - .-? V ? ? - ? ? . V ? V .:?. ?.. - ? !.. ?-??>?-? i' . ?? - ? to .?is l .'??-?? .. th? As. State, ? said il ... ? . : . . ??? - .. . \ ?)j . have I ' ! ' ?' . i .:??:*?--? I l'Iie S .uni?, er Ilialcr? - : ?I ? ? !' ?! -"? . V| i) | i I- -. . M . * , . ? " ? ' ? \ ? ? . - ? ?. ? ? w il i : \vi u K?.l.s. S.-.-'r.. 1* I ? :; ! ' .M ??remit "le Library l.eetiii"?"?. 1 l ? : , e c-urs. ... ,-, , . .. i H'ESDAY EVENING. Bi - ta ?. ?. ,. . ilr v HENRY W. IJ? LLOW-J ?s . : -? The? Ihi?::? ne. I Ti . i< I' - i u \ ? aracter.' Tickets admitting aLadv and f?entli , titV C? !? .,.; - R- . der. IS V IC II B VlLEY, U? . s-, || -Mil ?? .',... ?--..?? ....... .?nul int a ? - ---.': > - _ : \ ???-_nli?r '??t ri in y of the VTsv-Iti-igton l'EMPEl. w? h. H r **??? ? "i 1- n i ??"HIN >; -. . .. ,l? I..- h. M al U- r Hall, i <>. i"-; o? i \x ?. :-. 'l'h . Kxeiiiiisr. -I irch ". il "? ??' " k. ni7 lt .'. W. Ml I i?. ...-?,? , The Viiti;?.-' ?- *>!?.-. The .V?"\.-Yt>rk 1. y" ?II**-?Il A.-yliiiu vvill be iieltl ill the Isyliiui . *?l ? . "* t - ? . \. U'ili ni?:. ?:!.',? i n liich ? . ;? iiftll? II,.1,tilt.?m i ? ..??;. .; Vir.xU ______ J,i-?iry ?V .'o.*. I?'? ?.Ilion, **ipvtnj? 1 **> IJ :,.:? ?:. n:..m? ii's Hal?, xx ill be ntrodiii ? .i Sniunl ??. M ? "-th. ?-' No-?. I ?V.- ASTlil. HOl.*?l-:* ml. S? ; ? _? K?lf-lieii'** lin IM *; !'?.>?? ??'?? I*. MM.. >..... ::.?; ?>: Piue and Nassau-streets, xxill introduce the SpriBg pattern ol Gentlemen*.? Hats THIS l)v\. He solicits; nation il tin same, confident they will command"con? ed ] m mage, :.? well on nccounl .?uiln- tinei essofihfir fabric :i? die elegance am! durnbililv of tl.?'i? fiuish* BIRD, corner ??: Nassau anil 1'in.sstre? t-, \. Y. .1. I). BIRD, 103 ili. snut-st. I'hilnili Ipl j March 1st, 1-42L ____?__ ml *-'' t 4*..-.it-??iit?.'<i*-? UnlM.?-The Sprin? Piisbinn ,? ?;.'nti. mci '? II ?'? - now '?? atly .' SI'KN. lit ??. . orn? i' ol ? hamlwrrs mid Ceiiti ? -; Extra Klue *aiutri?i. (Beaver) .??!."? I ?i i tl.it t. ii i V|..|.'.l?ui. in.' it '.-'I Sprin? ??iyle.?C. F. ALVORI) 4 .?>.,.\.?.!' Bow? ry, ???'?: to the. public a fine Pur liai ;.. Pour I)..|?..... .?i the .?priii.! pattern,-equally light and dunible, xx ,u, mon costly qualities, an?l i.essin? nil ui?;-elegance ol app?_r mice. K? - i'-:.-: ?'. full assortment ol"other ?]unl'u - ? ?i It. i? rer ant! Molt'skin liais. In the arlicleof tine Nutria (tab n * i. i. ?" otl'ereil, they aim to excel. i.'i oOS-it '?']'aii?i>iii?'iil Itiilimi Window **ilioilt-s. OLIVElt VV, WUU?POKD.?O Catliariiie-*!. iiixite-s Un i|. te ni,nn of lamilie? alioul furnishing tin ir bouses lilis Spt :.. :. ?ph.ndid lot of Italian Window Shade?! uiisurp__M_by ,:-. .-, r before brought to tii? country. They m* '?!>? paintings of an artist who has devoted titslilcln his piolVn? ?ion and ?'m!.!;.. <? evi ry variety of Landscape and __.ei.ery. Perl ipsnn piece of furniture appears_to I? iier advaiiiogc, or more ?nviiing,tlian y haiidsoiiifj pair of vv inikiw sii.nl. ?, - i nted in ;. style lo mitate nature. The hivoici! cniiinii. Ilalian I..!,!'!?( ;i;..'?. ' ?othi? Arches, Moonlight Scenes >'? n?.'? Borders, V ?_u. tie Centers, \c .v.-. N. It. Country Mercbnnts l.uyiuif t?> ?ell agnl? will i'"?'1 '? lo their advanta'c?: t" call and e*xnmine Hi'? invoice lfi\ .?ti"Ut 1000 ; air) as iliev will be *?il?l low for cash, ,\Imiui '**< \ ilr m ili?- low ?rici .-i SI 50 per pair. (2) '-?in ? I - '|'? E*?-?-<--*--.?A young man who has lindettpen* pnce wislie.? in obiiiin .t situation j? an Assist.mi Kilitor.? Terms imxlernlCf anil references unexceptionable; A lci_-r addresseil to vv. vv. ami I'll at iln? ofhee -???? i 11 meei w:tt; prompt attenlio .. ..') in7 3f 1 ' I-forUilit} by 4'oii??iiiii|>iioii l'?>r th? IR-40,asrejKim'il by iht: City Inspector lo tlie "Boanli Aldermen," v ,.- I2t\-, ami foi theyonr 18.1,n_>report? was 1-1*70, .?bowing in increase.-nt' 17-1 the last year. ll?>u . this tact to be 'reconciled with the ?iilverl__ciii?i.t->" vvhicl . pear tlaily til'renit-tlii??which perlbmi "Asmulsliing Cnn. of Consumption" liy tlie liimdreds.' We would respectfully ?L?k the proprietors of 111? ??? - invaluable remedies to aits ihe above ?juestion. We also r* -;??-ctnaly invite it..- ntfe-n ???n ,,| tii,.-.- ii?t.-t'.-?i?'.l. lo .? ii.-'.x remedy Ihr Pulm?n aillici on?, ?? I',-....-??,,r Biichli?lls Cnmpouiiil Syrup ?>l C_a !;iri:i," ?i irii'ilicine (|.ur?.?ly vegetable u I enl ? ??- ?? VI ibiiit* Opium) wliich.vvill greatly allt.viate .(i??l pro .. . -. and i? ciniiiili'iitlx vvarranteil in .'n..'' ?iiniptinn in ?Is ..itiv slag?-?; ?uni liir Cough?, Cnltlsn !?. ? mili- nnrivaleii. A.? an assurai nf'i .-..i.:!.l*.i,.-.. m this article xx.- warrant die lirsl Imtlli : tall -? : el ??! nr ???:? *-tiiiii. o i-??!?! the pur? lia??' money vv, do : de?;m il n? ci ??ar* to . -. ,.....?-.t.- th, i .... ,i .-..? to iiiiluci peopli lo iLse it ; but are wiliiiii lo let it r_s.l.ufw_ ?ts..-.? u merits,nuil liog tie- public not to . oiideiun il hsih '? Vb'dit-.il lli.iiil.ii'.'. oi'ili*. *l:ix ?.? :i!.?.(ii _"i xin.' it a tri Pi ?i ?al, ?iily I.. It. K. DIBBLE i? ('<?. n,', .'.- (3? ,?'?' II'.m.lu r,. 1 Photographic !_ ih.iit????>-. liy?-., iui|?oi?' DagueiTttoiype process, I>v .vi. D. V.\N l.o.x.v, corner i Cliainliei-s-si. and?Broadway. (2) 1*18 Im .ITU?,, 'S'bt- 3*.-i?"i?"?l I'.-itiiilx, .,i?i oilier Poem..?hi Ol?* i..i.- lo the ..illicit d, rm I ?i Tribu?? of Lo\e lo l>-*-*-?r- ' I" . :.i?. By Mary -. II. Dana, author of 'Tlie?outli Harp,' _..-. ?? This is a neni vol mi.f.312 paL'es, innd? upoi alare??,. number of ti:.- ??,? :,,- ?trains ..i tlie amiable, .-itti'.l and ;?- - authoress, who is already favorably know n t?, ?mr rt-iwler !.. n in early life a witlnw, ina country far ?ilstanl tromtiV -...?,.-..! ' ii.-r i.'hildhooil, nuil called, also, to part with lui 1, i noble aii'l nro.nL?iii,j Ijov, ?he learned l?0*? ' x-.-iiiie ?ii*. .'.x.-. t consolations of tlie r> fi?ion ..! .l.?n?. and I*** iillii'i -,ii? have t.i'i'-'ht lu r la nw ,ik--n the lemler? si and ino" rstrains. V\fe rieetl ,,..i say mor?? than toassur and ? -,??. ..Ii'. t!:?- l.ix.'i-s of song, thai ti.- n ?n?al | -,? I ige." / ? : \\ iiichiiiaa Published by DAYTON - N'KWMAN, n.'? ?1 \.i-..i:,..|.. . '. ,? ,i-ii. r .,:' KiilliH!. 1 i.?-?-1 m??, ?m Agricultural ?_'liei?ii?ir" 1..' V. I,'.,.! !l.-|..l . ',,. IJIIM, m, I . .,1,1 , V.''. ? '?ry. ?ti*! ti;.- members ..: Durham Parmer?' Club.b] .las. P. VV. . .,,,-? m. I'i.-t.??..,, ,,: Gettlogv and Chemi-J ? lh< I iiivn tj of Durham, M which is added, S - ????' -" F lent? in Praci ??? .1 \<_ri i till ire, and It*- ilfpfEl ;.? ..de .i Practical Agricultor? duriii? i. ii. " i'..i our ?mu?.- allow, -.?*? .?,?,n?.i i,.- pleased -o ??ive, -' - ' ?of the author's happy style ol tliscours'mg ? . ?? entilic subjects, copious extract? 'i? -,.. ?I,i:?*rer,t : ? " tin -. ;. : n. .. and e-pecially from tl?' ? ? I ?? on tlie relations of water '.. vpgetnbli? life, kc. But it i iinii''. ' -- y lo n .ke large extract-? from;, book which ?*"?* ml ti ' will -. on ne ?a the hands ',.: ?early ? '? ' ?'?'?'"!'??? ''-'on? .? t ... i;i,.?.;??.",.,i, ,i.?.' :i,.. ni.?*t ?nil?" ?'"' ?toniriliui.thai has recenllv lie?.?n made to :- - ? - L?nc?',_and as destined to cxeri n'n exien-ive benefic duence i__ diis ?-..,,1,!: v. xx,- -i,;,!, noi fail to noi ? - ? ? ? . ?oon as th. ?- . - ... 't.-- ?i?.-.-. 1 - III??.?,,-..I inrn.il; Vol. I vv ILEY '. t'l TV IM, Ii'*.??.-.... i?-. Publisher, ai ?! Impr r:.-i-, n,.; ?t .'.?.i nil Broatl? . 1 For Our *.0oiiih _>?ilv! Term?reducedin*e I ? n ?.. 'I i.--- I)..?i.n ?. -V ?.;? rny. -*? Broadway . oppo* l<* Washington Uall. Mr..GOLDSMITH,; the American Unrivalled Penm pl?dges hiroselflo impart fo the Ladies and Gentlemen?** New-York and Brooklyn Ills n.u, h admired -y?t*-iri nt t??"*" caiitile ami Kpistolary WRITING, or return tlie mon? y ai :,.. ?piration ol ihe basons. Mr. G. has obtained th? 1'lrst Premium three mcce?-'? ??? u : ': liest ?;??-.:..?,. o? '.?til o,.i u ;it!i,;?-,??.;.!-.;???! at ti.*- P>, ?oftlie American Instil?te. I: - - - . ? ?? d iri ihe Day ?mo Kveriing. Tlie I..,,:,. - xx,?! meet daily iron, IIto1 o'clock. Opinions ,, t i I, _ i? r *: - . Mr. Goldsmith.?Jmlging from xx?..?? x*..- hare secii *' mus; pronounce him to b?? unrivalled in the ?.????ci --.ep?* l Boston Mi roing f?>*! Mr. (;,)[.,.,*mit!i ?lie is, w*- ?ay unh? litatingly, tii?. rr??^1 accomplished Otl-lTand P?*_omah?we have evermet [New-York Svehing Sigi* New-Y?rk, J-m. V>. 1842 no -t ?*' 1 i.i?ii:ip,l Van Dyk<?. Jr. Auctioneer, Bleeder if Fan Dyke,) No. 62 Merchants' ExclwogcJ"* ?live his per j ?nal ntttititSon lo ti;*- ?:>:*.? ??: Hoi seh< t.u P?"' MTUReai the residence of such .*- intend giving up )****" .... ; :'/. 'j?.-?n favorable terms, HEAL ESTATE. .. Also, a* heretofore, h- will g?vepart?cuIara?-.hl.OPl'*1*'* disposal of III. ?t. K?.i t n: at auction and ?'."?; rivale ----- 211" ??.,!_".'.,. ; -'Alvin <'. i?i:i?Il? x. (laie .,: Lwkpon.i !?-'' Office 76 Vle.,'1,.11,!?- Kv? hange.' l'..i?:i:'-? in the- Court' ? lii*. State and of the frit? ?'. Suite.?, including cas? in D3-, ruptcy, .-iu*-i-*i*->i to. i-*-'?l* 1 The VixcU.it #hfp iPalri. ? Henry.,* Liverpool, wiDsail Tuesdav; Yn instant, at I. (,'ci?-'*-_, I-ii-r t..-?i.*-s xviil .-l*-?,^ at the Merchants' Ex?b-?K?* _*" Hal*.-". .Xrxx. Il?,m, .it 11 o'clock. . a'