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K?W-YORK, 8ATIRDAY, APRIL IT. Oar (ierninu ( ill/en?. It i? the e*tim?te of our triend? who were active at tbe Poil? oa Tueaday that two thirds of the ca? tire (termin rote of oar City was cast fur the Whig IktatstaouTuetdty?nircre than ever before, though ft latf-xe portion of the German? alway? sympathised with oi prcvioo? to the baleful outbreak of the < Native' epidemie We truat it i? to be thai end more eo hereafter We owe tlie Whig triumph? in Ike tint, Sixtee-th and Bflrenteenth Ward?, to Mjr nothinf of other?, to great change? in onr favor ?monf the (*errri?ri?. Tbey were felt, too, in the Eighth, Ninth, Twelfth and Eighteenth. "There ie great BMd of a ?mall, neat, cheap, well ooadnctnd Oerman Whig paper in our City?*?y ? WMk.y at 11 per annum in adrance?which ?hell ably and faithfoUy adrocat? the Whig ceo?o in a liberal and progressi*? ?tj-irit, and aid in the good work of elevating the Labonng Ctai?. Wl? i. the tt man to eitabliih ?ocb ? pepe?- ' ?? nileht rece,re bet ? tneagre ?uppoTt tt fir.t. but ooeld hardly fail ? ?himatery to remunerate the talent and exertion ?yte??5ted to It. j^_. 1,loner aad Law. When, in one of our friend Fenimore ? earlieit and in apod part bemt novel?. 'The Pilot, the Yo? ke? echriwoer Ariel hM captured the Britiih cutter Alto-rity, after e hard fight, the Brittah? flag? were ih?pl?yad at the mMt held? of both ve??eli 10 that when the imoke cleared away, the Britiih oo there ?night rappo?? th? fortune of the day had been fa vare?le to their arm?, and let the victor and her pri?e get out to ?ea unharmed Thi? ?tratageni did aot ?ait the geniu? of Long Tom Coffin, who wm not et ali addicted to ?trates*)?, it ?cerned t? him a perfect wa?te to be taking veneta if the Union Jack wm to ?till float from the mast -head? etili mota, if it wa? >e be diiplayed from the Ariel'? eleo. " If the Eoglithmen grumble at the tight. ?ad think it not fair play," muttered the old cox ewein, "letM try itover again, uri * ' but I'm Warned if I see tbe use of whipping them, if thi? ia to be the better end of the matter.'' In the ?pint of Long Tom. we, would like to know of Mr. Abel Chandler anil the rum loving majority of the Aisembly'? Committee nn License?. what they can mean in reporting a bill to repeal : abaolateiy, and without rhyme or reason, our pics ?nt Excise Law. Will they pretend that it is mi ? (?OMtitutlonal ? The Supreme Court, our highest Jad-riel tribunal. Iim settled thtt question effe-1 eally Will tbey ?ly it ia unpopular ' How un popular * Barely not to allow the ?ale cf Iritmi- ? tang Liquor? wherever tlie People are in favor of it, forthat tbey want, and tlieir owe bill ou templete? it lait unpoputar to refute L iconici? How can it be if the People deliberately vote that wey 1 If tbey with Liquor ???Id, what hinder? it? If they do n't, why not binder it ' The Poo pie of e township ?ty, " Wo do ni want grog shops and rum-taverns among us Tbey corrupt our youth, dMtroy the peace tnd comfort of families, tnetigite to crime?, qutdruple the burthen? of Pau periam . We decide that none of tli? infernal poi ?oo ?hail be aold here " But in steps the Ramo eretic portion of the Legislature, ?nd sty, 'We 'decree that Rum thall be ?old wherever any one 'chooee, to sell it. and a? town abili forbid it.' Is tltil Republicanism' We know there mey ?till be ?!"vised some awk Ward, roundabout way of withholding Licenses, bot this ia of little aocounL To vote t No License ticket at one of our ordinary Town Elections, a man mMt often voto against bis party. whose suc? ?e??, on many account?, teem* important to him ?nd the Country Thu? where one wilt do it, many will aot, while the Ram voter? generally place Rttai bet?r? Politi??, tm, with two-third? of the People beatile to Licensing, License? will in moit etBM be granted. The New Excise Law <li v-oeoee' the Rom ?luasiion from Pa?Am? altogether . ?very man wtll vote for Town Officer? in utter di? regard of the License question, which be paatc? apon at a different time and by an independent hti lot. I? not thi? obrioualy the fair thing 1 Why ?aoald it be changed ? Ia it ?uch work aa tbi? and Ike Red-Dog Banking bill that create? the noce? ?ty for an Extra Setti ?a ? The mioority of the Committee have reported a bill aabmitling te the whole People (our City in (traded) the qoeation?' Shill Liquor be lawfully tali in our State ? ? tho popular majority to be tie etorve and it? effect commensurate with the Siate Thi? to jut right. Bat the bill i-outainsone foolish and pernicious clause authorizing tlie salo of Into--. ?eating Liquor?, tinder certain restriction?, ' for me dieinal, mechanical aud taeramontal purpoiei Thi? to a gag, and argu?e ignorance ot the ?ub.iect Afoohol, the pure, undrinkable fluid, may be useful in oertein caie? but tbe sale of tin? u not torbiddtn by our present law while in the drinkable form it ifl never uaeftil, never neceaiary. When a doctor PMBoribt? Rum lor a patient, he muit have a very bad complaint of hi* own, and ought to bo put ander regimen. We deny thit fermented, intoxicating Wino? (usually in good ?tart Brandy or other infer naJ epiriU) were ever properly u?ed fur sacramental parpo??*, or ever can be. A true ????rameutai wine rould be aohl anywhere without lineine But all thi? eaa be eaaity adjust?*) by allowing ?aeh Town M Ward to ehooae tome penou empowered to teil for the purpoee? ebove named, under heavy borni? ead a solemn ?eth not to aell a ?imp to bo used ?s a ?.average. This would obviate all difficulty on the ecore of medicine, lurch anice. ?Ve. at leaat in Temperance town?. But there ?re town? of over 10.000 people in Ma???chu?etu where not a drop of Loiter or Wine can be boegbt on any torma, yet the people lire quite a? long as their neighbors Whet onr pr?tent Legiiltture will do on this Mbtoct we cannot aay?it ia aafe, m a general rete, to pre?ume that it will do ita wor?t yet the requirement by our New Constitution of a recorded ?Armetire vote of 49 tn tbe Assembly ?nd 17 m the Sanate la a great obstacle to any such action-tn dead, to any action oa the subie? t Let us wait end watch anxiously, assured that, whatever ;uav be the present taaue. tbe ultimate reault muit be right and benetkont Whle Principle?. Hon I), a. (iaaooar. Member ot OflMNfll elect praeaaatod to Mr W ll?riugioo Toflterdty. ?fit, sulen.i..1 korcbligbu which srill be \tead. we understand, some ?vaatofl next week m ? prooeaaion la hooor ?I the re OtM Buena Fitta victory oi tha Whig? in thi? City [Courier and Enquirer. |_P We do mMt earneetly ????? that no triumphal PrrJCOMion on account of the remit of our recent Charter ElflaMion wili be hai It would be certain to work great injury tothe Whig Caaae, All know that oar vtetory wm gfven to to ut by Political op asMentj. not at ail for the ?tke of our principle?. bnt for the City'? good and ultimately their Party ? Their idee to to heal up their divuion? and effare the popular reprobation of th? miarule ol those tn who? tbey entrusted power, t?uch a Pntceacion a* il floggaatod above would powerfully aid them to do thi?. Can it be wtae or prudent on oar part t.* leant them into an oblivion of their own feud? ??,1 their leader?' ?t??t?????? 1 Should we not rather ?trive to win theen over by good order, cleaner ?trt-etfl, lower ?alane? and general reform ' Who that tbtnk? can doubt it ' If we were to bare any kind ot* a c?l?br?t ?on. w e wtjold prefer to leeeach Whig appear with a good broom initeed of a t??reh having tint thi?? roughly swept tbe itreet or ?treeti in frort of bis own premi????. Both literally and metaphorically. a hixwm in each Whig bend would be far pr?f?ra? ble to ? torch at ?uy cclebretion we may bar?. ? genuine pflrty.*vi?-<ory may be celebrated party bat thifl ia another thing. f Pobt Brao?, April l?t?Our village bM been t he scene of groat excrement during the dsy, in con???? ?-?? of the breakiag away of the large dam aero?? the ??naeo Creeh at this place. For a time alt th ?t part ot t he Tillage adjacent to the crttek wm inundated, while ereryihlof wm ??rot before il. Meurt Beach it Ring era the principal ?utter?. The whole ot the flat and low toed?, for mita* below, are perfectly covered with water, ?1 have the aptKVtnce ol M imme-r, m take. [Aubern Advertuwr ' Oar Appeal Jedget. The Wtog* tire to hold ? Bata C?vaat?oo for the nomlnttton of Judga? of Appeal and Clerk U be.d ?t- , multaneoutly vrith the Loco- f oeo?. the be? men of bom ride? might be elected." \AI*. ter. Cour it Eng ZTg*? Having had a taite of thu making np a ?et of officer? for the highest sution? by conenrrent Cauetue? of the two partie?, we h?ve not a rar* enoui ?ppetite for any more such just ?t pre?ent. And we grc.tly regret to betr that tbe Whirl Bl Albany bare deeded to imitate tbe bad example of the Ut? Foco, by boldtae a P?rty Convention to nominate Appeal Judg?. Whether four of one party or two of each .hall be nominated, we ?hall -?rret the precedent of nominating by Party ? ?a? case?, bowever purely ?nd wi.ely. And who doe. not ?ee thit the ptip.ble tact th?t ? joint nomin? tion by the two ptrty cene mm would eniure tn election muit inevitably lead Bfl oorruption. in? trigue ?nd.bargiin? in making tbe nominations?if not tbe first time, then at an early recurrence '? Let as beitire of doing that which may pro*? tbe peril of our Judiciary. ?We wish it were ???-??) t" prevent formal cauco? nomination? of Judge? -together, ind to let name? be ?uggeitcd throuirh the. journal?, publie opinion gradually concentrated, aud tbe election then left to in unprejudiced vote of the People ? Bnt, lince thtt ii no longer potiible, why might not hfty or lixty of our ex Judge? tnd other emi nent citizen? unite in calling a Convention of ono Delegate from each A??embly Dutrict to convene early in May at Albany tnd reiommend candidate? for Appet? Judge? without regard to party ? Then ii the pirtv* Convention! ihould nominate other tnd better men. tbe People might chooee ?hem it not. not. Friend? of an Electivo Judit-i?WJI wo entreat yoa to rue ?te-i*, e Party tint all other extraneout coLiiderttion? at tho coming Election ! Try to get ????? name? before tbe People, and then vote for the very best that mty be presented, no matter how or by whom, even though in opposition to those you may have nominated vt ir?elve?. Act thus, arni th?? confident hopes of cur adversaries mty yet he. disappointed ' Our Charter Election- I "finer.!.| Matea 1847 Alks ?. Com Ward*. Brady,W. Rr;ir,?l?. Taylor.W. Leonard. I. (fil 1-17 II. 411 III.1888 811 IV. M4 MM V.IBM ''44 VI. 589 14*1 ill .1774 1370 Vili.?t"?J0?? lin IX.1888 IM x.laoi? imi XI.116? 17(H) xn.mi m XIII. M ' noi XIV. MB UM xv. .'toi xvi .un UM XVII .UM 1301 XVlII. 1073 Total.V.13I? "n-,867 18,4113 Msj. for Brady.1.441 F or Leonard 2 OU. We need nut repeat the vote tor Aldermen and A??istaiit?, ?? we gave it very flflflflfll tly the morn ing alter F'.leetion. The only material miitake wa? that which elected Mr. Weeks Assistant in the XlVth, and there ?? ? myitery hboat that which need? <*lcarii,;* up Denuii Carolin. Loco, ?? re turned by BM vote? to ?"27 for Week?. How wti a different reiult errived tt on the night of Election ? In the XVIIIth, the Official elect? Aid. Miynard by 11 and Wrn F Jti kson Aisistttit by 14. In the Xlllth. Henry Kreps. Whig Assistant, has 7?3 votes, and is betten 71 by John R. Colon. Tbe Nttive? polled 39?? vote? in that Wird. In the Vllth. Aid Franklin s official vote u 197c In the IVth. Aid. Purter'i declared majority is 7 vote?, at we itated.?We need not republiih the lilt ot Member? elect, or the vote, tint ? it wt? in the mam correctly given before. The Native? polled ioni-: 5,000, the, National ? ? formers ?orne ?00 independ? ent vote?, though in tlie l_tb. XVIth. and ?onie other Ward?, the latter ?upporled candidate? of other partiel, who were underttood to favor their prinri'ile?.?We rejoice to see that Darus Ferry. Whig, taclioaen A??e??or in the Xth. Thtt Wird ought to be Whig, tnd will be if proper efforta ?ro mtde. ?IMMOMI AND CONr*TAI?Ll*9 F".LKCTF.l? tfttr ? Aittuori. Cciitablei. 1. ..I. Clitt Mornton, V ? . Freeman. Ira un???it. h.chard WbiUker. 11 ..Alexander We 1th Benjamin F' G???. Aug ?. Cammcyer. -tnerald WFeeler. llI..Jkmt-? )'.. Wood. George WeUell. William S. Shardlow George W. Cbedie. \X. .Jatnti a Smith, Emanuel Joieph Milu Chamber?. Robert Leu:a). V .Isaac B. Bachelor. Joteph Jenkins William Scott. Chatio? Vin Btarcom VI.. TWiriA Tkompt"t Uilliam ? Barber, John Geraktv. Patrick Barni. VII..George Adami. Tho?. II Kelland, l.ulhri Klchard?. ? humas l tute Vili..John W Ilteuvelt. Morrit De Camp. Jame? W?tili. Wm. ? Jone?. 1 \ .. Il Howard Cargill. Ptttr Wtetercel:. William Weite. VV ,? 11 Rich. X .. F.dmun.1 Ariderinn Bernard Martin, liartu? . ? ut II. N. Parker. XI..Uvi* TU . / .?i Aryan?, km* M. Milliken. ? a VV M Ht.iitiil.il \11..JirAn 0 Stift. Jamei FolAamui, John P. Dodge. JnknHelmei XIII.. ?'in Jmlria?. .Inhu M Rue Jo\n *r*toM JMa W. Somiri'idyhe XIV..rwvit?Memo** Antan?.?.' Ma k, ( Altro?? Cam/ten:;. Franti* Flynn. XV..Flure l.udlow. Jante? llootin. John Lilor. Joseph Mirini. X\ I..Jimet Nicol. Joseph Russell. Henry ? Jo?lie. i'orne?ui ("Itichriter XVII..I1MC W?rd, Benjamin F Gamble. Ab'm Van Roskerk. ("???rge l'uib X VIII.. Collin* Skeperd. Ldvard Me Cenairk. William S Johoston. Jame* Vsn Tuael. Loco? tn halte*?13 A immoti to tifi Whig? 15 Conittblei to 20 Whig*. Seventeenth Wari?.?lt il true as we stated I nu Tliuri.iay tliiit the Maxnr tut.ei ? ait in the -d 1 Dutrict nt the "V\"11 th Ward, eitimated to have given Brady IM ui?wnty. were aiittehe?! from tie Itupecton while e?nva??ine aud uttrrly .lest.roved The Charter box win recovered and canvassed, se ?curing Aid. Crolius's election, with that of both Whig Aiieiion an.I one Whig Constable. Cor , re?i?oii(leiit? blame the Inspectors and the Police ; but we ?ee no ttncible grounds for impliciti!,g them Vet the outrage waa evidently deliberate and moat nettriou?. and the perpetratori ought to be promptly broueht to juif.? e Why won't the Whig! ?? toe Ward attend t?? tin? 111 a legal way. inite?'l of looking to the newspaper? M redro?? it ? XVIItm War?-Geo. ?. Franklin, the Whig candidate for Astistant, polletl IMI vote??more than Mfl Whigs had given any loci) candidate for year?, ii ever. He is beaten by 15P votes, while C'.?rk?on I'roliii?. Whig A??e?St?r. polletl 117 more aud i? elected by M n;?.!ority. (?? with the WMg ; Atienen ind one Cuiitttble. There ii t itandin. fetid there in the rtnk? oi the Mi'ority, which catite?! many of the Cornell Democrtt?. ?o called. ! to vote for our meceiiful can.tidate* in order to de fMt W?teh ?V Cet Thi? produced a ?Ute of the Poll which is very likely to be miiipprehende.i. Messrs Cro'mi? and Franklin are both highly popular, tnd one proltbly t? much ?o ?? the other, lt w?s the .rusait?.? i.amst Wtlih amou?, hit own ptrty which ctused the apptrent disparity ty The Native voto of our City it tbout - 1 | lor Mayor? perhtp? a little more on the Charter Tioketa_ The Manor or Ren-"S.lakkwt(.k.?-A claimant for the Patroon? Msuors in Albany aad RenMrtaer ' counties hM sprung up, in the person of Sanders Van FtansMlaer. now a resident ot Ohio, to which Stau? he hM probsbly emigrated in order to bring bis title before the Supreme Court ot th? I'aited States. He elma* un? der a will of Killian, son ol John '?in KenMetaer. dated. M February, ???? which svili hM been proved regular ly in thte Stato. He tlleges thtt he tnd ta uncle ?l year? of age are the true tnd lawful owners of the Minoriti property. tjp' 5*ince the above ha? got into thc ?' we presume we may venture tc. copy it eapocilily with the comment that we ittach rtrry hule im? portance to the ?tory. We very innocently pub lithed a umilar ctatement teme taro year? ago, and were thereupon threatened by a Patruon'i tawyer with an action on tbe cut tor * tl*<?dering the title' of the Van Ucntielaer? it we did n.yt make doe amendinent. Of conree we did it, end mean to keep clear id iixnilar hobble? hereafter. iEJ. Trio. ?G " The Rose or Pf baia ; or, Oiafar al Bar moki ? A Tale of lhe East 1 By S__i at. Sraine," he? jiut IBM cbeeply Ueead ia two MMMM bj tb? Bat-peie f"JT*Th? Rechuter i-en'c???, irutead of retracting iti alre?dy abundant felmbc-d?. add? to th?ra the BiierTiont th?t we in 1-44 ' fegiBBB- " the Whig local candidate? by our vote when in tact we voted at a majority of thf-ae candidate? tetamrf?? ?. anA bi we preiume ?!', or most of them deiired? tbat wepromued in our paper to vote, and urged other? to vote for tbeie ctndidate??not a word tt which is tne. We bee all men to understand, if any do Dot. thoueh every sensible mau mult, thst o?ir per? sona! liberty ami rigjit a? ? aageT i? nt et all abridged by the appearance of the regular Whia nomination? in our column?, and thU. if we ?ee a chance to promote the Wl 7 - MM ? to advan?:e the public gcx*d by voting for candidate? not on the regular Whirr ticket?, we niaint?ti arid ahali exer cue our perfect liberty to do eo But to be a. cu?ed ? ????lying.' t\to thg Whig candid ate? when we voted under the expreit direction of the Whig Gene'?! CommittM tiie ba!;'ta a:id the aal? ballot?; printed l.y that Committee, end have the change? run?. <>n our ? tre?'t ? fence ?g?in?t Political morality. .!.?guitin< her? dihood," fea. exceed? even tbe license allowed to tmii hybrid and ?mister politic al adventurert u ha who . i.n.lti't? th?? Aaamirton. ia trWefe _tae having done hi? utmoet to break down the VVhiu tatty, he now pretend? to tupport it The responnhi?ty of the coarte pannai by the creat matt of the Whig? of thit City in the fall of ?-il re?tt prima? rily ? ??? who threw the party off the track into the tiough af If alivia? in the Spring of that year, againtt our mott urgent remonitr?uoet and dnB] crate exertion?. ?econdly, on our (nuera-. Committee of that year, who decided in 11 I that the only chance raaantatag fei m wa? to cr_t one vote fur the Native local candidate?, trui: the lair j.romiioi on their part that thit would give Mr. Clay the entire Native vote and socuro hit election. With all thit wo had uothii?.? la ie V? t we ?lo not state it to repr .a. t, t' H ?? that, in the actual condition ? i thing?, there waa no other course left us which did not lead t? It is not wc but the American which ai cu?e? our Whig organisation? here of all manner of treachery and villainy. ?We have now dono with the American for ever. It? original attack upon us was not only ero?sly unjust but mast have he :. ? . be so lie F-ditor has since shown a willingnmt to perse vere in injustice wh?*!. every aprigli friend mutt have cried ihame upon him. ind hi? ? onsiicnce could not fail to . onvic* bun of ?hiltoneity. We c?n evidently never be cordial allie?, lot u? hence? forth be ?franger?. ^_ The New-York tlhaerver. Tliii paper was chara-ed. a short time s; what appeared to us satisfactory evidenc with ? making 'very free use'' of ?mr reports?)!' Pmt.-?s"r M?cbefl ? Leetures en A'tnuiomy. and withhold I ing the mmtommy 1 radB for the tame. Subie?.uent ly we p'ibliiht'.l tl??' Observer a reply tot?? I ?Mga which, at it involved the v.-ra'-ifynf its Heporter. we i to past without OOmmmt, although it wa? I rep arded by "ur Reporter a? tar Ir?.m ?atist'a? tory ? Alluding to this publication, the 0> server oi tins ' week sayt : WO called a ith it upon The Tribune, and r.-queited ;ts insertion. The publiiher refused to give it a pa??? ! tiut finally yielded tn the force ot argument contaiued in I e five dollar bill, and consequently the following com ; muniretion found a place 10 the editorial column? of 1 that incorruptible lournal The meannett of thit ?talement will be appa 1 rent when we inform the reader that our r?futai to ! puhlith the reply presented by the Obterver wat : accompanied by a distinct ofler to allow the Fditcr the j ?ame amount of room lur a denial that wa? occupied by the paragraph containing the original charca and thia, ? every one may ?ee on examination, wee amply f lufficiant for the only object ne pruteaaed to hive in ? view This importent tact the Obaerver chooee? to I suppress thereby giving a frcth illuflration ot th?? ?ort j of piety that control? it? column? Have we not the right to infer that the pap?-r which perpetrate? ? cheat like thia is capable ol Healing metter from another Journet without credit and relieving uselt from rs.p.ii aibility by e taUehoorl t And now will the Obraerver tell u? where it obtained the extract from Carlyle which eppeared ln Its columna on the lOtn inet > Wa? mal in typ? ?l?o before it kp pekred ln the Tribune I l.irenae or No I b ? n?e. To ihe Editor of The IVfean? Will yon have the gooune?? to prin: tint article, or write and publish ? better on?, on the License ?nd No License queatiun I Whi?ky maker? and tavern keeper? aay they make end cell mor? liquor now than they ever did before ln the ?am? .pace ol time. If this ?tatement of their? be true, they ought not to complain. When they are prosecuted lor violating the amba l?w thry ought not to be to naughty m? to ?wear they sell but very little, ind that little not be used a. a beverage, but tor medicinal purpotci. Their conscience* mutt be like the merchant? India rubber yardstick when he riahed to pun-hue good*, he ?trelched it tu it? utmoet extent, and wb. ? he had an opportunity to aell, he al Inani it to ?hi.bk back to it? natural length. In the etroet, they Hretch the truth by laying tbey rell more liquor now than ever. In the Court hous* at the Ber of Justice, under oaih they ?wear they ?ell only a little ? lor medicinal purposes Why are they ??? anxiou? t.. I repcelthelew.il it prove? m pr. fitabl??lattami W : ? 1 do ihey cry out Great ie Diana ot tta I.pheuan?, it 1 tbeir cralt 11 u,,t in dang? I I Why ia ? j u many drunkard? a? fcnaerly, .1 ta y .? .1 a now men evert 1 in y have 'he hardihood la ieebm th?? !?w 11 bad. be I ceuee it ii violated They might, wuh equa, propriety ? deuteri* the ?awe of God bad. becaure lh?y are broken. 1 Shall we repeal the Jen t'oinniandineritt becaure tfcey i ire trampled on with impunity I The tew ?1 good ?nd thore are bad who brea? it. Tbe present excite tew I leade to litigation, tbey ?ay. We ?re not to blame ?or i th?L It they keep the law inviolate, temperance men will not prosecute them. Thry prate ?bout moral ?ua alon. Mural auuion hu been lost upon ihem. for th?-y are determined to eel! at ail hazard?. Mural BBM j the drunkard, and lega! ?uulon tur tbe drunkard mak-r ; 1 hey ??y we cannot compel men to be ?ober any more I than we ckn compel them to be religion?. Nniha-r ran we compel nun to be honeit. but thtt 1? not ? euffieiei.t . reuon why we ?hould not puni.h the thief Temj?e ? r?nce men. arou.e ' ? all meeung? In every Dittrict in tin* filmte, where the nueation it to be tried ?gain. V nit every ruler, ?nd ?pai.? no paine to ?ecure a tnumphant victory G W. hlSGAV. Tpg G????? firnr Boon Mwa G * ? t? ? fulnetf and Falue?la the last Prenne r'?rmer ' one ,f our very be?t conducted Agnculturil .iourn?l?, the I !i tor? uy of th!? work Gt ???? s Cow TaxATitx ?Mr M. 1. Duntep. of thi? County, lntoriu? u* tbat thia Treatise le no humbug. thet be hu examined e great number of co wa by it aid hu louiid its rule? ?aure giflde to the character of tl.e cow, m to quality, quantity and continuance ot milk. - The book eottsbut IT| cents, ?ndvan be had at any of our bookttoree. It m?y ateo be had at the office id The New York Tri bune The utual ducount to botarellcr?, Tbe G ?mau ??tale? demand ?ever?! hundred every w?-ck. -iifttlin?. ?tl Foor l'1'iiiia.r 1,11.. To th* Editor ,?/ Tk? Tribuni ??eng the numerou? touching incident? related o! the poor iir_ai*rr?nt? who h?ve ?ought refuge here : trom starvation, the following may be addod. ' Cath.iio? 1?ggerty from ( utletuwu. G er uh of Kill ! bnde and County ot Meagh or Meyo?cerne in eeareh of ? e ?uter who had ?ent for her repeatedly, and had been " lometchere tsi thr State? in yeart ' She landed at ? Quebec and thence proceeded to New 1 ork. Imagine t limpie, ignorant girl, left ?lone, probably at dark, tn lucli ? ?cene of discord and contusion at ilwiyi occur? on i the krntkl ot a ?te_iboat. A truik containing her c'..?thing and everything ehe po?ae??ed. wu placed on a cart and while ?he wu ?tending on the dock talking to ? a wornan. the can drove or? When ?he looked round I and discovered her ?ore. her cries ot disappoint?cet and de?pair aaracted the bystander?. Being literally pen . nylere ?nd fnendUs? ?he wu lodged tn the Tomb? and the next da? tent ?.?vagrant to Black?.'.:'??.there I ?bo remained uaul oceerved by some charitable vuitor. who procured adnafetom tor her ?t the Hume. the U 1 _du?trioi? aad well dirrpoced. but ?ub.iect to violent pa j roxrn? of grief, ?t the re<<-eilec_on of her perenti who ' endeavored to diitude her from leaving them and the 1 hopeleaine?? of meeting tbe ?uter for whom ibe hi? I braved all the hardship? ot ? loog voyage to a ?rango 1 land. Her ?uter u redding, ?be beber??. In Dan? me. I Ohio . her hu?b*?d * name 11 Peter f -wer?. If thi1 article were republiibed in the Ohio paperi it : might reach the eye of ?ome one capable of furnishing , information which would relieve the poor girl Irom her I pr?sent dutrereinr ?ituition. Any communicatlon _?y ; be addresred to Mia? Wood. 141 Ten? a "3?* "Tnt AniRicA*. Jovni?AL or ???a??tt, f r April, containi iti usua* -lety, the leading irride ! of greet length, it on *?i__tpcare'i Del?c??oti* of In? ? ?aaity.' by J. Rat, M D. of Providence, H. I. Thu u 1 followed by an Essay oa tbe liiuitraiion* of Insanity ' i * .-uicidc? ia thu sute ui 1Mb and 6, and rariot? articlei j of minor dimeniiocs. Thit work !? edited by the otfi? ? ceri of the Lunatic Atylum at I'tice, and it tatrre pub **ammm\ Tt?? New lillltai-y ?ppolntMents-Flection Ie Vlrgtala-Mi?? Calhonn'? Feielliv-Gen. Wool on (?rn. Taylor?l.-il??? (?operier appoint errat?. Prom oar own CorieepoodmL Wkmmmmmtat, Thanday. April 13 Igt You will read in the I'nion of last aM?tag the promotion of Brig G?n. Pillow. Brig Gen ?iuitm?? and Col Cashing in ? letter wntten week? tine?. 1 pr-tdicted that Bng. 0M Tillow wonld be mide M?jor (jeneral. and I had rea?on for my ?uppoeiton I knew thkt he poeaested quali ficationa wheh the War Department would find it more easy t* acknowledge than to reaiit ? Pi low. ' ia? the "I'nion hat per formed vekable tervicet in the field and wat among the -noel conapicuou? officert ot the Army in lhe recen; bombtrdment and ?iege ol the City at Vttm Cru and Cattle at San Juan de L'iua. The I'nion night have antedated hi? qualification? for the office, more pa.ttcu'.'triy at r mai '?een de ? ?? l.'ity and i'ttt'? ci I'r, ? . ? Maj. den Pillow wa? M'?niei t"f tne brother of the Ml 1 am informe-I. in a MM m ionie im [??-tance. wrich be r*ain-*.l . ani was. bete'e. law partner of tie President'? present private and confidential Secretar*, Il ?uch be the tact, there seem? a peciliar propriety In citing him one of the ?* pai?Mg in the Army, in preference to '.'."orti, who never, to our knowledge, per formed any services save tho?* at a military char acter. The promotion of Brig (?en. Cluitman was in itaclf proper. It ii understood here that i?..-n I'..? 1er ?tronely urge?! that Worth and Q-iiitman shoui?! I.? appaiagpitotbana?manataAom 0m Butler? :* ?en-lat??? were not ?ufIdea?J ? .tent t" overrule a predetermination on the part of the 'Kxeeutive. Col.Cashines appointment to Iba vacated Brig -a.ship is gijod a? coal.i be expected from the AdrainistrituD. He hu icrved ?n the militia of hii State?? lervice which, if not ai Miel as that ! the reizuitr army, perhaps eqnally at oneroui.? ili? iiie in that service bears resemblance to Na poleon't t? the Trench army : From? private he advance?, through ?ucee??!??? and rapid grade? to the elevitod and re?pontible potition af Major.? Thit war found him a retired Mejor: the Colonelcy that he received ? tew month? ???.?? wat in the regular irdcrof theieriei. It fell upen him natu rally an? gracefully and the bluahing honor? ot hit Brictdier Generalship he will carry with the truxleity io proper to the loldicr He leekt the , bubble ?nutation, and will not fear to ?eek it. e? en at the 'tint.? ? mouth. The eie-tion thii day week in Vireinia is await? ? .inch anxiety her?? f'pon it? resultile pends mi.'h ot the character of the next II - Plepresenetives The Administration claim twelve ? ? tho hfteen members, and expe? t BBM? We ?hall elect thr??*? certami*.. Ita probably, and ?ix po??i bly . the lata number will be a gain of two upon the last (onirreii The iidinnntration through its organ ha? de? nounced ?ud abjured Mr Calhoun and oppotet now. w iti much vehemence, hit rehabilitation - How great tbe influence of hit name may he in Virginit. the remit of thu ? anvait mutt demon ?trate?mutt pronounce, for better, for wor?e. hii pceitir-gi there Long the Warwick of our political c-intettt. if hi? friend? de?ert him now. and adopt ? the color? of Ins traducer?, he will ceate ?? be ' the tetter up and puller down" of Precidenti The Ad m nitration u determined upon hit fall. He it too em. ting an ?liy for it? purpoies . audit prefers even to loie the command of the majority in both , Houie? ol Congrei? then owe it to hi? good will.? Cktnmia '?t l'arth-isc)?Calhonn mutt be put down ?it the inflexible purpose? of the perty in power It ? no new purpote . hut the intention ol the whole existence >.t the Administration it M j' oner ?ame into power than tl.e design was elah orated The eviction of the uastibaiuaivc Caroli ; man from the tritate Department wa? intended a? an overt ?? t of hottdity . and ?ince that time, he ha? never been lammoned to the couniel?. nor ?!? lowed to be informed of the design? of the Admin ? utrttion. He it oppoted to the BMMM?to And I mutt therefore be put oat of the way. Gen. Wool, I understand, writes to a friend in this city in the most enthusiastic terms of Gen. . Taylor'? romlurt ?>? the day of Buena Viita He layt that he do.-i not believe any other general in the country could have achieved a ?i.-tory that day against such tremendons old? Amid the whole rage of the conflict. Gen. Tay.or remained calm ai on parade day Hit valor, hii confidence, hit in vincible preeence of mind awakene?! the greatett enthuiiatm among hi? troop? and multiplied their ende?vori. Thr.*e tune? hi? little army faltered tu?* va?', array against it : three time? he ra! lied them hy hi? animating words ?>l en? ? ment am! drove them upon the compact niasse? of the enemy. He ?eeniexi armed with ubiquity wherever bit pretence was most wanted, where?' cr the foe pressed hardest, wherever his tr.H'pi n."?t wanted tu'cnr. he wat iure to be. Inmove.! by the ihower of ballt thit whist!?") around him. \ and eien riddled hii coat, he watched over Uie event? of the day : with anxioui eye, he command ??i the gallant charge of May, and the heroic and ?etcranlike advance of the ??hunter? ol Ken ' tacky upon tbe Mexican chief battle, alway? the ? ?ome, alway? ??-oI and determined. I learn that the Secretary of the Treasury has .ted Meint Dr Jackson and Owen. Gooio ? ?te of the Lake Superior region. The appoint BtaMI are most appropriate The gentlemen are d itinKuuhed for their ?dentiti?" acquirement?. A ? Gray, Bng, well known a? the Assisttnt ..tendent ami Surveyor of the Mineral Dit trict. I learn, is mentioned as First Amistant Ge '?? ologist Mr. Gray has devoted mach of his time the last thr-'eyeara to the acquisition of vario?? in fo-mation ir. regard to this District, and his appoint ment will give unqualified satisfaction to all per sons interested in mineral transactions? In compliance with a re?e>lutiiii of both Homei ot Congress, he publuhe?! lati letiion a map of the Mineral Diatrict. which?to perfect are its detail?? will be received hereatier te meet indisputable au thority Thee who have visited Lake Superior for a few sea*or_ put will hear cheerful leetimony to Mr. Gray ? unbounded boepitality. He occupied Por ter? Itland. a beautiful ipot in Copper Harbor and. like Kobinson Crnaoe. wai monarch of all he turreyed. Hu camp wa? the BBBfeBtofJ tt ?tran gert, and aJlhe commanded wa? at their service. Col. McNair, 1 also learn, is to be the Sapenn tendent of the Lake Snpenor District. Thi??-? pointment, too, ie totally inexcepUonabie New Pablleatiaaa. tjT Ta??? hi:? or. the Ne?* Cru?ade ? ?'.nel. By ? DlsasELi. M. P. Author ot * Coningiby ' ? Sy ?nil.' * The Yo _?r Duke. Ac. Ac ' hM juti ty-een lMued by Carey A Hart for ? MB and 1* BB Mie by W. H. Graham. It it not hill so weil printed m it tbould be. We want to read ihu book, and want a readable edition of it - ZW " CArnviTT or NiroLEoN it St Helena By (ieneral Count Montholoi? i Parts V and VI.*' .fairly printed) and ? Stbeaks or SxtriTTiR Lue. aad Far West Scenes?A Serie? of Humoroui Sketche? dMcrobre of Incident? tnd Coin? ter le the Wild Weil By John S. Rn?B of St Looit With Eight origin*- Desiir?? by Darley. " very neatly got up for 30 ct?.) have just teen itsued by Carey ? Hsrt, and are for sale by W. H. Cr? bam. This strike?! us m s good thing. ??~ "Thf. Fhonetic SriiltB: conattting o? toe Principici and Exercise? In the Author ? System M Llocutioa with Additions The whole in the New Alpha bet By Andrew Coxitock, ? D. Ac. t* ? iub*ti_ttei limo ot 3?0 page* jiiat U*ued by E. H. Bailer, Phitadel. phi?. Mr. Comitock'i Alphabet difieri tomewhat from Ltat of P.tmin, bat the principle ii the itme. tad that principle will yet commend Itself to general tpprovil. Every hoar tacreaiet the certainty of this. ?f__ar* Wm Taylor A Co. No. I Altor Home have .,: issued No. V.of -The Minor Drama" contataing BeckitoM ? ianre ol Me Deed -hot. DISTATOMI! FOB THI TKIBUMB BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. Philadelphia April 14. 1447. W? are again disappointed by the Baltimore line, which hti worked very lrreguitrly thii eve Mr Bent;, the operiti- hi'p'i to hive all right to morrow NKW.VOUH LMOIMsATinU. SFNATF! . ?LriNT April l*-7 P. M The debate on tlie vtncii motion? on the Judicial District bill wa? c? ntinued to the adjoiirnment with ' out any ',ue?tion beine t?ken The prtapeet >t . pr?tent ?? that ihe Legislan? e recess wiil arrive bo iure the State is d it AS.-T.MBLY. Billa pined M fk**fmmt f"r tbe compens?tion of Juron in New York. To provide tor the opening ofWuhingtou Park in Fort Greene, Brooklyn ? I I the ii'iiiibe** nt lOrei-rti j iron. BY TB SOCT-BLM MllL. t"F* UM s nion. in in an?Ifl on the ?uMo-t ni" the War in Mr?:.o ny: "We understtnd thit rein forcement? are lb ut to be thrown tnto both ourirm ie? under Scott'.n i liylor and. il Mexico ?hould con? tinue besotteJ. '.?ud to her true intere?!*, intatuttod Ly her ridtculi M pride, we rnu?t put torth our powerful itmi ?n ?more vigorou* prosecution ol the wir.' |_B"t_ A? ? tt? TKK ?t ?The t'nion publtiitei the followin.'extra.-t of a letter r-ceived by the ?*?y mMter (?encrai m the Dflfl?I State? tt WMhingion Irom a gentlemen of the army M.tTiMoios. March '.>.*?. " \ letter from a Mexican at Tula dated the 11th in?t. to a Mexican ot thu place, ttate? that Santa Vim?, with one division ot hi? army arrived at t-an Lui? on tho 7tli the retreat wm disastri ??!? ;? th- .?it IflfrflOt tar exceed ing thit which took place after the battle? of the -th and ??lay ?it tbe ?old.? rt ibiolutely Fighting for ? ninuthtu! nt re?! ?1-??yi that th? Mexican loM I? at ???Mt IJ?-i ;n k: ed ?nit w.i'i i.lri! Mi tbe army com? pletely routed and diipirt.l Trie first acting battalion wm ann.hllateil . the flfllOMl commanding ? Col. Berrai wm killed, and all th?? ..'.her ???? either k> led or wounded. Hu lattar give? the name? of many officer? j killed and -f?????- ! in addition to th dm given by Santa Anna. _ rjfr? Mr F'i!.?. (Whig jrnicn Monday reoleeted ? Mayor ot tbe City ol Augutta ia QeerfM, by ? mejority ? ut upwird ot ? hundred vote?. Bar>? Bi-rnt Bt Ltf.nr.MMi.?During thfl it--riti of Tueidty morning sit the barn on the farm occupied by Mr lot?? ni-ar Iniontown Md. was ?truck by light mug and coniumi'd light hoed it catti?? and two hor?e? were burnt up in the barn ? in the ?ame morning, a barn on the Hollywell pro? perty, near I'hatnborabur?. l'a wia itru.'k by lightning and burnt, together with two hortet cow and celt, ana 18 or IB barrato el rtour. Tin?,a? lo Philadelphia. Corrtipondence ot The Tribune. Philadulthia. April Ml Senator Dix and limi W. %f Wood worth nt your Sttte ar? vint?n tn our city. Hon. K. P. F'lenni ken. lhe recently tppointed Cbtrg? to Penmtrk it ilio tora Th.? auction sture ni l? Crncly in l mut st. ?u slight ly ioflflOfM by tire lMt eight We hato had another raw and chilly day. which it ?jtiite unseasonable. F':.? ir ?? r'.rm at the advance noted yesterday, and sal??? bbl?for export here Mm wm?t tBfl.tm?tot city uie t? l.i. l v .lu?, k fletei light and freights eatier, an Increate in price u the neceiMry reiult. tel , low Corn ii ?elliu? moderately to 'l?y ?t '.'. atui '?icenti. ; meMure aud weight, and Moni at I ??'-'?. to I 5fl-| Bolei , l'enntylvania red Whoa* to Iho ?mount of 7300 bushel* .t . -IIo lo'-', and white IM to 15>. Rye flour|.?. < ?sts ? 5.) to .?1 cents. Cotton m yesterday ProvUion? with out change ?ud limited sale?, (iroceries inactive except ! Sugar, and tianMctions in this are on private terms. Sales or Stocks? Firtf Hoard and aft rr ? MM Sute Bfl, TM . l'a-?? do. 72} . 100 Reading fj d*. 1 t !" S aa, 5o. ??-!' . luOJ do. 104 , 1 Navg, J7 , 4<t00 State .'? :-t , 100 Morrla. S d?. 21| - 5000 Reiding bondi, r?*.. 7?.'. TimJ Nevg (5i, 5?, 75|. *.>tkJ0 Tenn 5?. 60* ; 4000 Stale ?".?.T'-'l. lUOl?irird. Ili . 7?do. f.5. Ili. *?44 l.ehlgh 6?. flU 18 Northern nk Ky. 87 , 888 Mortgage Loan. 87| 100 Reading, lini 7000 Readin.? Homi?, t?, 7.?. 50 Be? \ et Mead. b?. %m\ ? -5 Harruburir. I0t , 15 ? reuion RI( Vici . 100 Vickiburg. fi?. 11? . ??0? U S H. 5. , t Board and after?I? (Urani. Ili , 10 Chesp and ???| .-tock. BDj 100 II S Bk. b5, 5 . 5000 -tate 5s. ruh, Tm] , 47 l orni Ftk S3 BMO State io, mi, ?m, 7J. - VV'c.t Bk. 5J, 5-rOOCounty 5*,87. ??sto Vick?, ea?h, 11|. ?iOO dodo. 50 do do. MO Morris. .5. 'IH. !"0 !" S Bk, ?5. 5. 100 Morri? tilt . 200 Vick*. 11|, 880 ? Am Ins. Tg. Cleared?Itark Harriet Thompson. Barbado?-* . brlgi Hoitou. Peirl, do. fchr Chief ."??chem. Ht Johns ? I WiKo*.?iv Phalanx?Benjamin Wright, who wu tor one year President of the Alphadelpbik Amo eiatlon, ia no* thr Pra-.idriit ot the Wuron?in Phalanx. He hu been with them nearly a year, fio have ?ome ol hi? family He lataly returned to this Stale for the purpoee ut removing on the reit ot hu taunly. We had the pleuure if making him a ? ?sit during hu ?tay We were much pleased ?id encouraged with the inttlll i gence he g??? n? of the lucces* ?nd circumitent'e? of : the Phalanx We convened more with htm than we , could put in type in a week. Our experience in Ano 1 cutlon eiubled ui to readily uudenuud each otner. ' and the tame .chou! ut experience enabled Ulto under- ! Hand the location of tboae rock? kiid ihoale on which ?o many A>socteti<in? have wrecked before th?y have j lairly cleared the harbor of their early exiitence. We ; were glad to learn that the Phalanx had nearly pe*?ed there rock? ?nd shoels. and wu fut making it? way into ? the broad blue ocean ot ?ucee... Th? in? inber. for a . few year? longer will be compelled to submit to the di*- ? advantage, incident upon '.ret .?-tiling in ? new country. But let them pe-r.evere. and be careful about taking in additional oumbeii, aud be aure liny ure the right eh?? ? rectera. ot ?mall Umili.??, and a proper ?upply of ready capita!, end ?oon they will be poste.eed ol competence, with ell the comfort? and pleuure? of ???..riatioa. ? bey heve plenty of excellent stone and lime clow ?t hand for building Their grist mil! ?? nearly ready to run. A great unity pr?iail* among th?) membere, and t.iey wen? Rearan iit.d e? enjoying life ln Allocution. 1 rue Tocsin, Ann Arbor, Mich. 1st iiut. I.Ill? ? ..'irla. I'mtkd gfA**gl IHsTaicrCocaT?In Admiralty?Be? li re Judge Bett??D e e ? ? ? ? ? ? ?Ru."ell Sturgre? and j Wm F. Boardman v?. Steamboat Oregon.?The ?leemboat ? wu libelled tor work and labor performed and matin , ale turnuhed whne ehe wu on the rockt at Hurlgate ? | The Court decided three or tour week! linee that the Ii : betenu had lost their lien under the tritate law o I which , th.- Admiralty here i? concurrent) by permitting tbo ves I relio depirt tor ??toningtou without entering proceed ? ?ng? in time, nor rould they cteimu ??Ivor?. Tbe l.bel i wa* dumuted. A moUon hu tine? !,??.?? made and ar gued, that the libelante have ? claim independent of there, under the general nikr?lime law. The Court new in iU AeeUtaa aatata tina motion, tbcre being no lieu ' which c?n be ?-?lilorced ? an Adiniraliy Court, iheae lion, if any, mutt be ?imply tor work and labor againit the individual? The Ci?:,,I to?M ?'?. ont cate containing Cathinerr Shawl?, *pt ? 1 hcie good, were .ei/.e.l .n th. ? ,;rouud of , falie invoice, ?nd ? verdict given tor tue Luited .--Utes. Motiou wu iiikde for a new trial. The Court in iu de? risi on Hated that the invoice the importer u now re? quired, by tbe act of Augutt 1-4-, to pr?tent. I? one rr presenting the true market value of the goode at tbo ! time of purchue in the principal merkeU of the coun 1 try from which they were imported. The Jury reu? ; dered their verdict autedly on the ground that the in , voice wu fraudulent u ?hown by the market price at ' I.yon*. A? then- v? a? ?,, pr'jol that thi? wu the general , market price iti? i.ut n.tf.ci. ut New trial granted. Barnard Glancy ve. tht brig Loectil.?No cause wu ? Down fur tortaeanng to arreet the vessel for wage? for nearly two yean. Libel dumuted on thu and other caute*. Claim mutt be. if et ell, egainst th? captain or owner*. - 1 NiTBD Statxs Ciatl-ir (Orar?Before Judge Nel injn.?Tne Grani Jury iound thr.-?- disinct indictmenu ? garnit Junn K.W?_od?, charged with co ?nterieiting c jln. An action for infringement ol patent for ?Lower bath? ing machine, entered Dy John Locke ?garnit Joseph r?. Hasungi, and otneri. wu brought on and nonsuited? Mr March tor plainut!, Mr ?hennan for defendant?. ? claim for average u to the bark Brutu? and car__o, wrecked tt Butno? Ayre?, wu brought by Joseph Adam? ?nd other? again?t Charle? Barnard, ?nd a verdict Uken for plaint?T tor |??0(?. ?uV.ect to opinion of Court and to adjuatnlent.?Mr. Lord fur plaintif!. Mr. ChM. O Con tafendants. M rraio? Coi ?t?Bet?re Judge 0?k!ey ? Sam ue' and Ruben S Slocum vi. Caltb B L? ?at??,?Tu recover dim ?ge to ? quintty of pin? oo ttorage with Mr Le B. it 4 Cedar st. which wer?? injured by tire ?nd on which he wm. by ?greemtnt x?ur?d. Verdict for pUlotirt III . .? ?p?...int. '.?.?? ?lone?'. ?Fi I piatoti*!. Mr. (i. M. Speir. For dt lends-?. Mr VV S Rowtand. Cr?TiT Covbt?Bet?re Judge Edmonds ? Augueta Jrotrav? First Pretbytertnn Church at Brooklyn.?Hi** B. wm employed m crganitt at tlie Church, and received 8300 a year till the Iaat year, when ihe tgrted to plsy tor 8150. SI? brings m tion to tt-:.. alleging that the original agret-ment with the committee provided that she ihould hare 850 or flot) a year additional. It wu ?hown. however, that ihe gave receipts tlwtyi in full ? A nonsuit wm ordered?F ur pliintir, Mr. Barrett. For titeftrndtnt Mr Crist_ ?flBO? Coi it?Before Judge Smith.?Otten Hill v?. Jamti Lor*.?Acuon lor assault and battery, by a sea? man ot the bark 7.. D. against the chief nute, tor linking him ?evirai ??u m the face while at Ibe wheel. Tbe Court considered that a man at the wheel ihould be considered ?acred, and gave judgment tor plaintiff for t??. The tr.?ti-! aid not tppetr nor make any defence ? Mr. Bettee tor plaintiff John Koch v?. Wright Gillu* and Geo. W. CA/dic.?Ac? tion of tre*pM* ?guari an officer and hit principal, tor taking a grocer's wagon st F?sex Merket, on execution ?gai-itl Henry Koch m tavor oi Mr. ( Ji.hrt. Tbe wagon ?old fur I*?, but wm laid to be worth 860 or 870. Ver? dict for piatati... |60.?For ptaintirT Mr. F. S. Stallhnecht. for defendant Mr FJebee. ??A?tu_ ?v BatcAen vt CoUomb Ar lieitn.?Action for damage in not delivering grain on Doard the bar? Ita bei. A nontuit wm ordered. t*3r** * Rime Fatal, a? Portrayed by Prophecy and History : E y S R. L. G-r-iiE.?.," ha? jolt been u*u ed by John ?. Taylor, 131 ???? ?l city ?t?.??. America* Metical Ikstit?ti ?The perform earn on Thorta?y ?remng by thte Society of Headrl ? fine romptadtJon, - Judu Mace?! ?su? drew together ? ??r?.?? led audience and C?ve general ?ati?factioe. In? deed, we hare never h??r1 the choro? ?ft?? **ocfA*?ty to equal ?dvantage. and all concerned dererve high praire for the energy and pereeverance which produrci ll. * excellence Tbe ."lo perte, however, were but feebly .u.taloed. and while we ???prove the detlgn ol Mr Meig? in bringing Into notice the more gifted member?, we mutt protett ???mit ? plan whi? h place? them In pe? riti??? beyond their capacity, and which only display? more p?lpe!*!y their varioua detieiencie? Judu Mae caber??" u a work we!! ?d?pted tn poputar tudlenc-*??. full of ?tirrlng Intereet ?nd grand e .ecu Th? mighty choru*??e ?? d touching flot?now bewailing th? im pending destruction of the"Rem?ln? of Judth end now bursting into gloriou. hopo end conn.ience u the de.ponding hosu recogoire in Judu s leeder born to : ?eve ." then the impetuous onret " diaialnf-jl of ?langer -tbe exultation and bymn of th?nk?glriug for victory? ' the welcome to th? conquering hero, ?nd the invocation to r.??ce?al! combine te. give grande ur and variety to , the Oratorio The "per.Ini! chorus Our Hero. Friend and Father ii no more." wu the gem at the perform? ance, and highly er**dit?K?* to tbe I ad let ?nd gentlemen of the Institute. _ Christt s MirSTKii.? ?I? there a man, woman or child in New York who hw not heard there Mm Mnfe ' It ft, let every une g? to night for It is the !ui opportunity. There ?inger?. tn their way. are genuine ?Mto What they attempt they do to perfection, which u more tban can often >* ?aid of more ?mbitiou? al ? tempt? t<? a inure the public. Tbey ?ing well, play well and above ?','. dance well, and to-night It the teat night of their perform*?ce In New York for the prcraent. They' will have a crowd. Bark ??pori?:.?The British !>ark Day, 0 .lavs Irom Jerrey iteland?) tur New-York, went on ?here ?t ; Sandy Hook, one mile North of ishrcwibury Inlet, on Thmaanf morning. I o clock. The muter took a pilot on board thu evening previous,?.!?', mile? out. but was un willing to pay six dollar? duunce money. Tbe pilot accordingly turned in to aleep till tbe veiael ?hould get near tend. He wa? however, not called ln tune, and the mate ran ??u?re upon the beach, where ehe lay on Thuridiy ?venin:, head ou. with no immediite likeli h.'. ? gettiug "it. The ???7 ie an old veeee! of eome three hundred ton? burden, ?nd we? in bailee*., bound here tor a ca?i_o ot Grain. Ma ur Wruidell and Capt. Wooley. wreckmuter*. have given ?11 tho ???iitsnc in their power. Tie fault lie? with the mieter and mate, not with the pilot. Whvt ark the CBIUMM M FBI Poor Fit? os !?In a certain quarter of our city, which it a repre : reutative o! ?ever?! oiher quarter?, there lia dut. lery A terge number? ot (tables for cow? aro appended to il, and bog? ?ce mingi y Innumerable congregate there?and more ihabby, vilteinou? ?quealen and gr?nten were never ?een But the cow? deterve our eipeclal notice. at they are the mines of the children ct our poor ? I ney arc chained in narrow .tall, almost a. dark u a ? dungeon, aome .ix hundred of them together. They | never go out of their loathsome prteon except. ?* one of tbelr attendante ?aid. " sometime? in Summer." They drink the distillery swil! almost constantly, and give trom - to 10 'luarte ol ' milk' each, snd when they teu? to give ' milk they ere taken to the ?tumble?. Their ni? neri manage almost alwaya to have them taken there bet?re they die, in order to tuve their .'?re?, by kitting them. After death the mucou? membrane of there cow? is tuund studded, entirely filled, with miliar y tu berclee. The virue of their direrue p??*e? otl in their ] milk, and thu? their live? ?re very much prolonged ? j They would ?oon die in thete place? alter they eeued to give milk. It is well known that the milk is a medium I for throwing the virus of ditease cut ot the ?y?tem tn tiie human ?pecie? a? well aa animal?. But wh?t s fearful thought it ?? thet a mother ie eeved from death from acrotula. by nureing ber iufant. and giving the child thia tei ribl? due???, and that the creamy matter on diseued ' cow? milk ia tbe virua of direare, or, in plain word?, ia ! corruption. It become? a question ot importance which ; way ut patroni-lug a distillery i? wont?-that ot lutug ; the milk or tbe alcohol. Let all famille? ?ee to it ?nd know where their milk come? trom. \t*?~ We learn that ?omo ?eventy paupers were taken from the Aim? Houae a few day? ?Inre for Agri cultural labor in New Jeriey. Hank Vint! *r.r> Iiton Chuts.? In theie day? ot picking the Lock? on Bank Vault*. ' Clewing tbem off from iron Chad? by detonating powder, and culling down' Vault door? by the Bank? themMlve?? became the lock? could not be opened with their keyi? it u quite refret hing to ?Ut? that Mr John Y. Sivige ot thit City hM invented a perfec'ly tecura method ot boiling the doori ol Vault! and Cbeite on the ineid*, and causing the bolt* to be dnwn at any desired time by a block or other more desirable motive power. A work ing model of this Important and ingenioui invention will be exhibited to thc Bank O?flflflfl ot thit City in the course of two or three dty?. Fjj**" We aro iglail to hear of the continued -sue cess ot Morris ?nd Willie ? admirable Home Journal It richly deserve! it. We have never bet?re had a tamil) newspaper more unexceptionable and at the time time so lull ol interest, snd so vtluible. The number tor the present week Is truly excellent '?f" We have Fetore taken oecMlon to record our opinion ol the merits nt D?. (.riffln ?t Co.'? Patent for geoentiug heat lor Steam Boilers, ?tte. tnd are glad that the ciitetpining proprietor? find that encouragement they ?o certainly de?:*rve. We are confident that w? cannot confer a gref.ter favor on tho?? ot our sBflflflM who are about putting up ?teamworks, thin to invite attention to the Me??r?. Griffin'? advertisement in our columns, in which it will be seen that they refer to nu mi'i'iiui gentlemen In t. !- and other cititi, who have adopted the improvement and find it grettly to their ad vintage. Arrival from Chiba.?We learn from the Commercial that Rev. 8. R. tirown, lady and two chit dren, with threo Chiuete young mon, arrived on Thurs day in the ship Huntress from China, after a very ploM ant voyage of ninety eight day?. Mr Brown wm lor ???veril year? a i'roltuaor in the luititutloa for the Deaf and Dumb in thii City, snd wsa appointed in 183d to take charge ot tne school tor Chinese youth. Ilion estab? lished at Macao, bat since removed to Hong Kong, under lhe direction of the Morrison Education Society, which It competed mainly of foreign retldent* in China. ViolaTttM the ?p t??> Laws??Dmici ? n*id. Auctioneer, of 17iJ l'e?rlst. wa* yeiterday arrelted by officer? Norrii on a bench warrant iMued by the Court nt .-Onion?, being indicted lor having on the ?Jlh of March lMt ?old abili ol good* at auction to Ira Mori? of Bridgeport, Conn, which good! were liable to duty, ha not having rendered any account thereof or paid e?W thit auction due?. He wm held to bail io the ?urn ol 85?0. - Court or Beiiiom??Trial of William Jokmon. rttmmtd.?Alter the evidence tod argument? the ette wm tubmitted. under charge of tlie Court, to the Jury, who rendered a verdict of guilty. Judgment deferred until Wednesday_Bd ward Travia, indicted for grand larceny, in having on lh? 14th intuiit. ttVen a gold watch and other property to the value of I'lO, pleaded guilty to the charge ?nd wm tent to the House of Re? fuge?The Court adjourned until this morning ut 11 o clock. Polke?Wo noticed in yetterday ? paper tbe arrest by otliccr? llelyea end Gumming?, ot the Lower Police Court ot Geo. M. Nile* ?nd Oliver Wood. ; charged with purchuiug goode to e consadorable > ?mount, aod palming ot! in payment worthies? peper purporting to be one. two. thru? and Uve dollar note? ot the City ? nut Banking Co. On rearching Wood?, tht* [ in the ?ame deacription ot worihlcM bill? were found in hi? pou ?.?un. Aleo, a gold watch and a ailrer walcb, ' betide ?number of receipts dated Pieremont, Otuvil!??. lloneed?e, Bicght?ltoo, brighten, Owego, libace. Cay- ? ug? Bridge, Auburn, Syracuse, Scbenectedy and Troy, where it 1? presumed that be bu eucceedcd in awicd ling numerous person?. ? h ore who m?y luve ?uttered in thi? lino ?hot?d gire information to ine officer?.... J?me? Conroy wm yesterday arrested on charge of having, a ?bori time ?nice, burglarioiuly entered the bou?e oi Emily Freed, lift) Third avenue, and etolen therefrom ? ring and breaetpin, valued at $10. He wu committed for examination.Mary (tailing and Mary Jeroleman were yeeterdey errected by ofTteer? Rice. Deigle and Perry, charged with having, on the 14th uut. robbed Joseph Ntson of g.75, in a house corner of lio ver and Water it?. Committed to an?wer.Officer? Coakley and Code, oi the Fourth Wird, lut evening er rested m '-Uh. Orangeat Charlotte Fitzgerald, for grand larceny, in ?teal?g a trunk containing eight halt eag.? ? and ten doliere in eilver from Ann Wolf of IU Ko?ev? ?t ?t. Also oo the tain.- mgbt, to the value of twenty five dollar? in clothing, the property of Bary McDonald, of the acme place The property wm recovered by the eb'jv.: n?med officer?. Committed for ?xamlnatino. Drum bt Disease u? THt Hi art, Ac?An in que?t wm held yeeterdey at the house o! I?aac H. Gott, Id 8outhet upon tn? body ot John K. 1?liy. H??? m ye?r?. a native o? New-Jerrey. On pest mortem cxa?l I n?liou the he?? aod left lung were found to be diseased, i and from the ?ppesrance ol the ?loin?ch ud liver, the deceese-d had lived an intemperate lite- Verdict, death [ by disease ol the heart and lung. TJjr? Perjon? wishing The Tnbune left at their mid | mm or at their place? of busme??, will please read a ; sote through the Post Office or leave word ?I the detta of I toe -e?Utatog otoee. Hont.? ???????t? -C-tara? oat of ?ehotU _._ ?IV*?1*? '*tato*tmtnil .?tcMloaaiiy, tad ?WSL1??' they Sed then so tatereetlng ?ni to rbas?. ?~teoSLZ?? *..?.-? "7" ***> ? rTr?*0"*t,on of ?h* * ?<>"*? "f Napoleoa ?, ,"xltria*! ' ted tau aUreo.*. aM also tbi.evealBg. ?laMaabS?, ? T o'ciocl, w?.e ? i-iber euwrulr aiocu im? plot? ? ROYAL OIRLLY. Aoci?aater Valiabl? KooEs-Thls evening w?l ha eaA* ^ ?eeaj liurtey A Co. et their Room? J04 Bread?*, J? ner of Imane it a large and laiereiilng oolite?*.?. ^ valuable book? in History. Theology, VoyagM ud Tr?, el? in the FImi ?ud Oriental l.itentun. Biognahy c, ?Ic*. Ae Ac. ("atalogue* are r???idy and hookl arraaged tor ?lamination ?^?" ? hough at a gemerai thing tea ?hoold taro? phy tic to the doga'' yet there ar? thoM ?b?> ?Mil tto |_ fuch would do well to tarn to oar nrtt page? Citarti Notice column??nd read (?pt ??. S Parker* tetter u the proprietor ? t Hrsa ? Pill? Uauuicfls Notice?. *?%*" ?bbbtIBM?torn Hits, ayle tor Spring iflo, mot be introduced on Wednesday. March 3. by I.KARY a CO. Hatten. Attor Uoum. Broadway Circulai?? detcrlpttve ol our *ty!e will t? forwerflefl by addreMbig ut pcul paid. a-irt Hin' Hits' Hats'?Km?x w.th his ie?uaoaed brevity would call the attention of h!? friend? to hl?Mw ?tyle? of Spring F uh! tu, which are now ready a lu Store, IM Fulton it If? would, with hi? usual phl'aa tSi.-t.py invite ?tranter? to hi? establishment, where they can obtain Hat* ot an e?|u?l quality tnd tt lower pries? than at tny other ?tore in th? city. ?10 TulaASa if rr VV? .-econ.mend our fiieuds, and the public g?a?t ? to so,.-??, .heir Spnog 11?'? tnd Cap? f'o?? lhe iMge ic i fMhior.tbl?? it?x>rini*nt ofT?rt?d by J. W Kino?... ? !' ? ina. ?i. at prices wtitan ihe reach of all rr Mr Baitsi at a 8iM?.iat ire re.juMletl lo h? paar tuai tt Ibelr rch?arMl preparatory lo tli? F'eiewell resti??. ?Itoafl-to Diamomi? ????t?? I?old Pim?. ?.???t BBBM8MI \ V S?? a.? teMlling a gold peu for 7?> cents. A ?so a tat? mricenl pen for ?.. which It the beil tod cheapen pea i? th? city. Don't mltttke th? r.urcl?r, 9. Fulionut ("?old Pens 75 cK.NT? o.nlt, SiLvaa Peu? il i.\?nro ID- J. W. (?MATON A Co. 71 Cedirst. keep ? larg? ?nd weil ?elected ?lock of Cold Peni of erery descrip? tion, from ? com-?*? irtlcle st ,7j cents up to Levi Brown ?celebrile?! premium Pen. andare ready tenp ply the wholenla or retail trade on better termi tbtn can be found at any other ettabliihment Pertons toy tog to Mil ?gila will had it their intenti to ?tilmo? their tl ?? a beton purcliMing elsewhere. *"_,?* All deringemeott ot the tootntch weored tad the evacuations restored to a healthful, astata coMiuxa by the moderate use ol Dr. BaaansM t mwtmj tad hi SENrtAL Pills. OB-MAN Cortlsni ?L CHAPMAN S AMERIOANDRAWIN?-lOOI G_?* The tint number of thi? Drawing Book, wblck will comprlte th? Primary l.euon? and ? portion of ih? F.lcmcotery part ot the work, i? now putlog thro?*?, the pre??, and will probably be published ?beut the trtt oi May. Tbe great amount ol arlistical labor beslotrtj upon thi? pert ot the work hu deteyed the pubiloeboe longer lhan wu anln-lpau-d when 1: wu tint announcal lh?? illuttration? and embelluhmenls are I?.- superior to tliote of any work ever published in tbe country . red a? a work of art. Independent ot IU merlu u a dttwisg b.ok. it will unque.tionebly command a large ata. Tbose. therefore, who desire to ?ecur.? I Utl.Y IMl'RI.SSIONS FROM THf* PLATE! will pleue send in their ordert Immediately ?,? Thu Part will be bound in the School Altai ttyls for .?-hoolt, and tn the u*u?! paper cover Myl? _??, Price 50 cent? In either ?tyle ?"?*? There put up in paper cover? can be ?ml by rn?i!. J. S RF.DFIELD. Clinton HtU Bll 3teodD3tW3tNY_ GOOD NEWS TOR THE BLIIfD ' r.LlrtDNIitl 11 R?D VVITHOIT AN OPERATIOI DB G ?. KNAPP. M CLUT, respectfully inform? the public that he hu opened u orb.-? el 4 "'. Broadway, Albany, upboeit? Stenwtx Ball, where he will attend to all per ?on? afflicted with Blindneas, or other Di?ef_ee of th? Ey?, and pai ticularly amaurteie. opthalmia (m inflaca_?au?' ?if every grade, opacity, granulation of the ey? Uf!?,?4 ?ome care? ot cataract. Hi? method of ? .??luring h reto and alght to .1.?eared ?yee without ?n operttioe, u of rt cent iJui'.iver v. and tbo ret.ilt? have aelonlahed tb? Pr? tfulou ?nd elicited Ibe warmest gratitude ot pattaaa ( at na. ?? entirely removed without ?n operattoa No charge for examluatioru ?t the office. ag aaw3wTuASat* ^^ Da IloLit?? ?We are happy to learn that this ?V tluguiahed lecturer I? ?hortly to again vialt thi? city, at? lecture? in the South have attracted the meet marked attention ?nd we feel tur? that be will again meet at? a hearty welcome here. tW By (hi? morning'? inali we received lhe follow1?g conclusive ?od ?oluntery testimony ? Ihe perfect rflCMV of Dr Tiylor'? Ksliaru of Liverwort 10 ?urlog liver e?a plaint and ?lek headache. Thu letter wm forwarttadly P. M??on, E?q of ?Jomervllle, N. J. who will ?1???????? I our thank? for conveying thu tribute to ? meditine wkl? ? has had ?uch unbounded ?uccere ?? to have relieved em? MyNg peraou?, and iliai causad ihe mercenary to Imitai?, counterfeit, and n.align ll. Bui every one ?hould ?lw?y. ?ee Dr. LEED'S ilgnelur? oi the ?leel-ptaie wrapper, tay only at ?7? Bowery, and of Mr?. H?yu, 1?laltce-* Brooklyn. Hii.L??o?oi ? H, N. J. Merch 17,1147. Pear Sir The use of Dr. T?ylor'? Bklskni ol Ueetaott he? proved m banefietel in retlonng my wif?'? _ellh.ita. I deem tt du? lo th? public, ?nd an acl of )u?lie? to th? pre prielor, to ?tale ibe f.cu of the coto. My wlf? wat,fot eight ur iiine year?, allleted with lh? (t'k ueadeeta?4 liver < uiiipleiul For tie greater perl of (he ttm? lb?wm attended by a regular phyelcien, with little or no laeafdl Krom recomiiieaejaiion I wa? Induced ?o try Dr. Tajler? Baleam of Liver v.,rl Une bolli? arlorded Immediate to lief, aud au<-liier eflectad ? compiei? cure. Vterytraif, your?, (Blgned) PETER J. tTRrlLtk ' Dr. Taylor'a Balaam of Liverwort bu rceea?y ?arta??? of our (noci celebrated practical chemi?ts of cotanned eoa ?timp'.ion. Alio, Mr. Bragg, lady of ?he Prtrelpel of ita High School, of Mihma, ?fier yeer?' ?teadlBg. Bewaeof countarfeiu ?r.d muailoiu. Ori?iOMO? a BioULAi PrivliciA?.??to-tSr, Mr. mat M, Mi-Tin? cerili)??? mat 1 bave icco?nieoded lb??**? ol VV'uler'a Balaam of Wild Cherry (or dlMtM of tb? lung? for two ynira pati, ami many botile? to my Itt*?? ledge liave been u?e<i by my patient?, all wuh beneltt*! result?. In two re???, where it wss thoufhl eonftfWf?! eonsuinptiou had taken piMe, the WIM Cherry ?fleeted ? cur.,. ?. BOYDKN, Phytteian al Kieler Coraw No Quackery No Deception -All publlahed ?1?1?*???? of cure? performed by tint medicine, Me In every re?**"""1 true. Beware of counterfeit? and Imitations The ubbst ?Holed and Mtonlshing efficacy ot* Dr. Wiitai'i Bal?**? A Wild ?herry tn all the dtieesei for which it u rr. oniraotA? ed, curing tutny ea*e? after ihe ?kill of tbe bait phyileteM wm unavailing, bM effected a large and InereMtagA? tm\w\ for Ii? Tblt tart hM chimI n.vurtl 'inprincipled counterfelteii and Imitator* lo palm off ipurtou* mlstui*? of urniltr name and tppeartnce for the genuine Bal*?? Be care'ul ud get ihe genuin? Dr Wtetar'? Btteaa ot Wild Cherry. None genuin? untaM signed 1. BCTT3. For ?ale by A. B. i? D. BANDS, D uggiau, 100 Ku'toe-K corner of William, agent? for ibi? city , ateo, at 273 Broto way, and 77 FlMt Broadway, and by Druggteu peowsliy u'iro igliout Ihn Cnitod Blalea. Beware of couaiei f?lt* Safio?'? F)ai-ai Aiii.i ? An einUMiil Phyitclan, ?a o?? ot ?be valuable won? he has published, n>. " Ths doc? trine of lb? absorption of medicinal ?utuiancM taw th* ?!ood, I* now generally received, foi It 1? c?p*bta of *tV ?lologteal, chemical and theiapeutictl demonMraltea"' " it uy It? Immediate operation ou the vital ttreata itoi Band?' SarMpirllla hM performed ?uch Mlonlsnisg eor?? of ulcerou?, eraptlveand glandular rjueMoi.ir.d t teat A other maladie? of which infected biotta I* the torneiti* The detergent ?lernen.? of thl* extraordinary pnptnmot. are irinimlued through ihe comrpuaieaiiQO irei*?*? lM digestiv? ?pptralu? tnd ih? verni into tbe eiieulfltto???' thereby Ut neutri!./log Hid purifying pror^rrtto?**?*-?'" that te foreign to the compoetiton of haalihy bktod. t** rs, .llity wiih which lhe vai lout lndicaliont cf datoflt'?* removed by ibi* medicino, ind ?? uniform nil Ml, * Mlablltbed by a muluiude ?v/aiisMUd fact?. Prepared and sold, whotaeete and retail, by A? ?t? ***? 8AND8, Wboleaal? Dnggteu, I"" ruitM?t e??? et WiiLiBi-ii ?it Broadway, end p -mi BroadaarJMar? ?uit geaerally ibrMBB?*?*? York. Bold ttao by Druggists generally i^ Ceiled B laies, f rice 81 per i-oli.?. oi ?it lioiummmtm CT a fine head of dark, clean hair, to be tadL_"jLfj_ cwis. 'G?u taci hundreo? to thu cuy caa pro???*? ?.. usaralaJ'} ceni boii.e f* '.- """?" fore?? th? hair to grow, or dindruf, make? the reei ?n ihu city caa prove?aw~*_ of Jone?? Co??! *o**m**ff>? t, ?top? iu falling of.?-vrai"!**?! o, .mu? .i, uy?>? uie bali ?*-?, ifui.y ilari, torn***_,***' ?nd keep? lt eo thrice m long M any other pr?*to|aa~s~ bold ?.?,y in New-Yora at ta? ?uu of tae AiumITM-1*??' 8 2 Chatham-?!, ?to* otamn Sott tat that***? if Lami. Beai*? Hate ***?**?? Peonad* for tu haar, black, brauen etui fear " ?' '* ***? Walkcr-M. a Hep ?<? iwo frtnia Broadway. The Trlhaae la Fbilndelphin. Our friend? ia PhUadelphia, who with to he it. regularly with G? Tnbuoo, will ptaaM toare laew naiaei and reaiilencea with /.roer A Co. 3 ******* Buildia?. Third-it itolo- CttOMut. who wtil *?^t*__ paper to them tminrtd_*.y attor th? arriral o? ib? p?* Muger Une frota New-York, et li, eaoU _?r *_*?__ , Single copta?, price ?? ?ae?, uiay alway? be -?htatoM m ?here,or trae, the l-lat.l?hta Itoa-naefe.