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"n'KvV VtlliK. v*. I Xi.SDA- Al'itll. ti Oar l.nnd-I.aws. Tho flaantl ? r W*** ?" ?uch of oar late article ou m? lahjat t a? related to it- ? ? previous ??'ictiir*e. and thereupon t?llate? at ? ime Isnsgth an'i with la ' ' ? a want ot precision " both in ideaa and expreesion. oar "d?nient legal tra'nu.t Ac. We may now con'aa? to ?ome ?uch ideaa on our own part with re? tard to the Editor of the Commercial, b-st we thought it Bore courteou? to let the reader remark the de? fect without sut'feitiot. ou o ;r part. The proceeds - A stnk'ng i ustratlon r,f what we have been saying te furnished by the )?st parafr?^h ? .t one Of The 1 n banes ar?ioto quoted ????ve To i U m?nd?to the urn! of any usa familiar with Vegal di?crtnilnati<>na?the two eaaee deaerihed are po?;t.?ey identic?! ,tt itt? b*gin ning The Trihooe t^rt n? opinion ^l,t ln * claim for tha rent ot ? improved prok*riy ? tn?t i?. property created or rendered Vfduabl* or Human .a'xir?the is-aar ebould be arana/act? evidence of the claim" dtc , which is panatn ly what w* contend for gal ?hen IhnTrtaaan ? ?}?poc|fy ihn proc ?? by which ? velu* ha? besrn given to wild land, aad ?dl? that to rucA a c?*e tbe va. . . ought to be presumed lt.. ' ?b" ?? l*?Mf \ .??.- wn?t is in? o;ff?r?-nc<! h?t>?-*n ?hete t* o ,??*?? ' It *?? ;t ? the u?e of the word propmy la SM and of the word toad In the otaer ? Or does lb*. Tribune m*?n that in ., ca?e tnalwaaed ?.rupcri; was If^rm e 1 btf'.vt tile u a?c Wat granted. In th? other no* ti'l after ' ? We h?ve dwelt thu? on th s ?abject V^an?* we ?e-r eeiv? that a d,?ru??ion bet?' en u? and 1 he Tribune can bave no good result, un??? ?orne meen? I? i iaeure definitive accuracy in th* position? eapreeaed on either ?Ida. W? tberetore pr.-ox,??. b? I >tv going ?aj farther, to settle tbe point? on which we are lo argue , aad to thit ?nd we. r,i?p. . t'ui'y *.li.-lt from The Tribune e specific an?wer to the following question? " 1. Doc? not The Tri-.un*, contend that wh*n l?nd is la the possession of? m?n by whom or j who?,- ?sm 1 tor? 11 baa bestn recl?im?d trout a stab- ot natura ?nd mad? vatuabie. the law ought to presume Mm the right ial own >r, and tnrow uu ,? anf p' rso" claiming u> he hi? landlord Use burden ot prosing U.?t Li? I? the rightful eiahnf ? 2 Doe? Tb'? Tribune tdinit the dUtlnction ksjaWaaa po??~??< nand the right el . nal that the fa? ner may !ei?.'j "bj equitably be in one, ?fian ?nd ibe latter lo ano'o, 1 I " 3 Doe? In* Tribune adimi '.?-I tha au.uienance ai thl? distinction 1? indi?p-i? ??ole. to tbe system ol or garii/.d ?oct.';?that without it there can bsi no ?ecu nty lor property by operation of law, or by any thing bnt torce ? '? These questions lie at th* foundation of the ?uh toi ! a? w? propos* tu ditcu?? it. We mu?t di?po?e of il,em he fore we c?n go ?ny larther. If The Tribune antwert parto each, we are ready for the argument If no to any. It must be kind enougu to present its views tn the negative a? a preliminary lo toe discussion." We presume none of our reader? eo obtuse ata to be ignorant that we were considering what tbe ?aw in respect to latidhi.. - fkttcit, not wbat it 1?. whan we ?tated that, in all caae? vther, tba occupant of a farm or his ancestors bad done all the work and paid ail tbe taxca upon it. locatim: tbereon when it waa m BBS BtStO o? primitivo wii derr.??k. and raatVarang it fmiti.ji ami babitabie, the Law ought to presume him the teas owner nn'.i. ?orne other man had proved a title. If ?ome one ?boold ansaa fa Aard and say, " I claim tho right to turn tin- an 'ipant otTol the farm he baa cleared and oat of the house be ha* built, because ho took ('fuie a lease of the premises.' we would have the Law lay " Prove your (or your ancestor's) right to im pose that lea?<> on low \VY tonta never doubted that the law actually it l thai a toa I we are arguing for a chantre of the law, a? we are confident every body bat one auderstaud* u?. Tbe Commercial, indeed urgo? that the ca?e hare preaented is not at lO diflurent from that ot tbe leaseholder who hired an improved farrr or brick bouae, or that the only diff?rence is ceased by the aie of the word property 10 the one case and land in tha other. But thi? la taking tor granted the wary matter in dispute We understand the wi rd 'property' to imply rigf.ttully ?ome product of il . nao Labor , and ?lieu any man talk? of his 'pro party' in the fish of the sea, the brcefe over land the deer in tbe foreat. the ?erf ou a plantation, the aoiohabited primeval forest itself save to a limited aatent aa the nereitary complement of ?ome. 1111 provtjd farm j wemtwer- If the Law of the Land 'declare the?e your property, we bow to it?do ?cilion, holding with Mr. Clay that That i? ana ?party which the Law make? property ,' butattlie ' ?ame time u 1? very alear that Nature ? law de * ?IM?? UllKlfllll, j ?O.. > MUM? Ml?* MK> >? .. . ... . ....... ' should be conformed to those of Nature'?Have ere been precis? enough now to make tbe Commer? cial understand that we think the Law of the Land which fully authomea one man to become propri ator of all tbe unimproved Soil of the Earth, and lo hold it up for leaae or ?ale to the needy at ?uch timee and in sWOfa tract? a? hi? own intereat sha); dictate, i? a bad law, tending ?traagij to foster and facilitate tbe natural inclination of tue canning ano ton powerful to appropriate to their own ate a large ?bare of the product? Of the labor of the poor and tha limpie wirbout due cotisideration ? We are ready to aniwer the Ca^StaYciai'a I"*'? tloni: 1 Ye* I 7e?. but qualified aa above indicated. 3." "iV do. ?And new for a queatiou or two on onrs.de. Will the Commercial be so good a? to tell u? : It What would be tbe pi a, iical tni-jstico or harm 'if requiring every man who assumes to be land? lord of extensive tract? ol virgin soil to be provided with a .!//> thereto a? a BIO latjBsSJIO to the legal ?xillectioii of rent tiierenpon or the legal eviction of the actual improver and cultivai.. thcreirom / 9. Wbat would be the barm or wrong ot prov id tngby law that uo man ?hall hereafter be allowed to purchase or take more than 300 acre? of tbe land? no? public State or National and thi? only for a< tual lettlemeiit and improvement ' la il BOt Baagsj feet that the present system enable? Speculation to run ahead at Settlement and buy up all the choice tooatlort? tM we ?ee that the Fall? of St Anthony have airead^ been clutched, 1 to be ?old or rented out at an ttnoroiooe advance to ihe actual settler? of the vicinity I I? not hero an unnecessary and ?eruiciou? tax m Lahor, which Uovernmei.t? should rst.icr lorbiii than facilitate I 3. You eay that a looMftoldor i?AT now. by rr eorriog to a legal fiction ?> erring that lie haa been ejected by aorae one cite, bring to issue s throw or establish tbe ralidity of his ?audio..! ? ttr.v If it it proper that he should do this mdirc ly, why not tiire. tly t If" be may rightlu'.y do it i.. tbe strength of tho lie that be has be . evicted erb) not t*n en avermeut ot thesinipietr..' it. at te believes bit alleged landlord baa no va'.id ' u at.a thai "ic vis:, .a Liui to showonebelou ? .? trer.d raci-ivn | it end I ? vVbeti these gestions are answerer! patBaM the defects of our let;?! training will be somewhat readied _ Iowa ?The Philadelphia North American le ami by Teiagraph liooi rutaburgh that the officiai re turna give Har?an the Whig candidate for Super intendent id Public lnetructiou a majornj TTit- LtKoa elect three Judaea?the Whics one ?y The Lcoislatu-k m sfaffifw ?kttj ad j?*raed ?ta? ?tit M Monday, after a ?ettioti Of 111 ?lava a v? BJBjfjBJ *iW -vets and HO R?solves. G** Mr. Dinsi? va il! fMMBl *wT tfienke l'or H.-*. Via papers of yesterday trornui? |y* The -t. in ri< CossBUIHI Bg Ttia BoLt Bislx.' ? l'wo mort.iPej t? (XV and XV 1 ) of th.s va. tied work are just tasa*. J by the Publisher K T. !*h?t' ?ata, li? Nassau ?L The lest uumbrr ?rings the worb down to the close of tt Gobi l'estametit, and cot kttaft ?salir, useful Tabica of Event* g notations. die pan ? ftnotj sxBsMBfBJ to students and readcre of Hi Tale Is a work o( great value aad interest ?ad must, ue euasanlT, be highly prised by all who would attain a tsoioafh acquaintance with the more difficult portions at* the H*y Bwi. It sbouM be in the hands oi ?very taatlly?to be read and ttudied. OT "?ACRID pKlLotorHT OF TRI Si? Ml IUastrating the NfwMtaM ol gag hi tbe Phenomena of aba Year. By ?Vv Bsjsbjsj atataftt?? D D. Scotland. With Important Addition? and ?orne BodataoBoot B) atiapt it to Ameri-an Headers . By R,v y VV. P QaRflB wen? U. D "ha. Just been Issued infourelo'b ??wo? of ?00 BBJM each by the U.rpers. It 1? a work of grave aad elevatad character, forcibly combining Scientific In atrnoltoa erllh Bora! Inculcation. We understand that H has been adoptad by the Massachusetts hoard of Kdn eattoa tar tbe School Libraries of that blata. Another < anotar of Indian Wrong?. Wherever the white Amanean baa come in coo ta" w.tth te ltd . t ?ter baa to ? ? -<"A Hardly a fjtate La the Baton that ha? not been tbe ? -.?neof Boma i ssWaga an Justice arid Humanity. ., w I eaaai i ttutitryinen have been the ar?i-essor? aod the ab-.ngin*s the v,ct;mt. Cnt;dit\ rn the '.fee and BaM an. |M ?'?''? ( :r>i-?oyi ?J a.l weapon?, - snanJ ?nd the fraud? of trader? an 1 agent?, to Urmia* in force, ha? let ioose diaease among them, ? ? ?! t?.em j! their possession?, and driven the ? ? aaas a?hai spread nation? from the Lomen isf lhatf fallnlB Nor it the work yet ended. Who ran ?ay that it will be ended uutii the, . M of their raoO ?hall be tbe tnrouli where, their dead li* buried, and the name? which mark the region? and th? water? along which they once had theif abides ? Another chapter in th!? history hi?, just Heer made known to us. and we would fair, imprest it te ??me purpose upen 00 reader? Many of tLem are perhap? aware that the Five Nf tion?, on^e the oc aWgajaOS Of thi? great ?tate, now ho.d only som? iew thousands of acre? in the \Vt?t*m Conn r.< t Hut even there they ?re not ?afe. T:.*?*. tr-eir las foot-hold?,?re wanted by ,aid speculator!. No means that lugec i.ty 'an tugg*?t or depravity put in execution bai - v?r*d to d> pdv* it ;m of thete places ai ratug? ; But let us nave ti a far t?. Representations have from time to time been made tc j the General Government, that numbers withed to emi \ grate ?n aVj .?tier p?rt of 184''. ?n Agent ?u appointed \ to taxe charge of tne party which it wst alleged w?t ready, with the e?pre?? d,rection that tbe mov*m*nl mutt not b* made wltn ??a? than two hundr<d and fifty p*f?oi.?. That namoer could not he found, and the 1 Agent was informed from Washington that th* plan ] must be given up But on new representations he ob . 'urids for the enlgrsllun. :'. ?.r.whlle, dlttensiuns sprung up among the Indi?ni | on the ?ubj*ct of tnis movement, better mforms'.ion 1 ?at s*nt t" tbe Dopsriment of Indian AfT.irt . s r*-p*rt abl? Commission wss appointed to Inquire into and stt m?tb:r. ar.l the Agent w?s notified o the f?et.? fastead of waiting fur the result of this inquiry, he col? lected together al. that by any mean? whatever fc* cou'.d procure to Join h.in?rauch lewer. accord.ng to bis own n-presentations, th'in tbe reqnred number?and, with? out informing the Department or makiDg the oece???ry pro?i?lon? fur them in the new country whither tbey were going carried them to the We?t. The real ?um her ot New-York Indians thus carried off. bss tine? been ascertained to bave been let? than two hundred. '1 be emigrants arrived at tbelr destinstlon. near the Southwest border of Missouri, more thsn two hundred miles West of tbe Mississippi, about tbe middle of lest June. There tb*y were sbsndoned without shelter without care, without tbe means of planting, which hsd 'isvn'ivth'y promised Tee t.imate, too. was a very ?itklv one. and ?t once began .ta work upou tbe?e be tr?)*d and heipleas eresturet 1 hey end*svor*d to find anas more congenisl region tost ?*r>- told by the Indian Avenu tb?t the ?canty ratiun? ?Lpplied th, m w I le ?topped If they lift the grounds astigned by (juvern im nt By petulM.ee, privali'n and suffering, the) hsd. In November l?tt. butt restated to ?bout i ?-nty. Two or three 1i.ralliei bava sure i r ed in returning Those who remain eOMsal prim l| ... f women and children. If these unfortunate p*r?on- nr* ? xpoti d to snother stckly ?eaton. they mutt all perith. They atoaba to com* bsi k to the homes of their kindred, but tl ? pie have not the mean? The General Governrt ent has b-*n ?pp i*d to kW in vain. A bill granting the necet ?ary turn ba? been reported lo our Stub, Legnlature , Oui ai ?ny rate, it cannot be ac?ed on in setsori to ret? en? Ike ?ufferer?. There Is no help left hni in the be ' t to whom the facts we have narrated will be enough to excito a.l the impula??ol charity, (my two thousand dollars i? needed Purely th ??? ps . "ot be showed to dit miserab'y, tor the want of so small a -um.| ?h Wilton. hlm?e!f ?n IndUn. who come? to New fork to bring ItojM fact? before our clilren?, may be i und at Ibe Weilern Hotel in CortJand it. W'atir Ccr? IiTLJ.Licr.scE ? Dr. Joel Show, N Bead ol. ha? just Latand Tur Water ci-kf. Maniai.,' a fair 12 mo. of ?'S paires, fltJBBfBO 1 hl ??for 1 plain and practical diccfioii? for the treat in nt el di?esses by Water in v?riou? way? whether ??ith or without the pretence and advice of a practit.o.i er. An intelligent mother, familiar with tho cuntentsof (hi? work, may lately and tuct-eitlui y treat her own family in caaes ol ?light and tlmpc lllneni when the a ? nj ? mu aie ttoagnWM or doubtful the guldtnr* of ? -all thete ara thoutsids ol ca?e? constantly occurring wherein prompt and decUlve action must be . ken he lore the assistance of a doctor can be procup d. This kaal ought to find ? pl?ce in every f?ini!y of which ?ome Tneni'ii r can read Whether water I? or Isnoltbe un.v-er??! rued.cine which it I? claimed to be by the more /ealou? Iljdropa'hUl?. we meet no one wl.n ditpu e? It? ?real value in mauy disease?, and Its cleansing, tettl uve. curatlvH lntlueuce? generally. It is Nsture's own specific i, ninsf Kevers, though, like every otl.tr I.,'?ling stfency, it may he to ml?spp:ie'' .? t0 ?ggravaH disease intteal of ?radJrsWjBJ u It will cur. any fresh cold. ,h,,Wt.r*rsevere,in th.- couiso of ?ix te eighteen hours toathaj the p?tlent often In better health than he Cnjoy ed before he caught tbe cold. Dr. Shew s book is very lucid ?nd terse, embodying a large fund of information with regard to the nature and cause? of Piteate.the true general principles of medical action, ?nd the tpecific treatment of many ol ihemosl common and Inveterate all m*nts which srf.ict Humanity ? I>y?pep?ia. Rheumatism Oaaaananna tea &c a portrait effttnaanksaaaan count of htl lif* ?nd schiev, in< nta and a great variety of valuable matter with regsrd to I?i t, Ratting Ac. render hVIaOn) Bant work yet Itsued on our tide ot the ocean turn ihe school of Hydropathy l'a ft] \ i irges?. John st ?re the publisher? ?Dr. Bhaw is preparing to open a complete Hydropathic Institute at Oyster Bay. L. I where be ha? found a great abuudance of the purest spring. w?te?purer thsn even tliat of Greefenberg His ac ommoftuon? for Bosrders there will be ample and the tonaton i? very pleassnt and accessible. ?Dr. E A Kitthidoe, an eminent practitioner, formerly gnf P> ynfc and more receutly of W?ter Cure ?t Lynn. ." .?*. b?s Jutt ipaned, in confunction with Mr l f? -r, ? spacious Hydropathic institute at Waterford. Haine.in the midst ol the grandest mounrsin scenery, on the ro?d from Portisnd to tbe Weite Noun '? s ?here the springs cannot be excelled for ro'dr.e?? and and treatment fti per week , psjsage from H >iton |J Knowing Iir hitir, ,'g*. via believe soon be one ol tbe most emuei i y successful e?ubli?htuenu in the country. ?A new Hydropathic Inst. jte ha. Lien estab .??'led on tho Lebigh. i.t a.-ucti.iehem. Pa. in an t !kv built *?pr?.?? y therefor. Tbl. .t s crry rom?nt It-sJlhi ..- .- the ?pru ,-t ? ater sre tsd I be pure snd ? p ,i.?. an 1 th.- pun. ? -a, ? ? . ? istru.-fed l>v ! Prie??r.:'r ? DO i atl A'e have no ,-e ,! know'edge ol t i The V? er-Volca o? .listeau, ?meetis. Tile soBOwiftg Resolutions have been adopted by the Legislature of Massachusetts and s.-ued by the ti veri.or In the Senate the vote M their final passage was Yeas '-?. Nay 1 In the House the u paaaing them to be engroaaed was. Vese 183 ffgwg H Absent : I The Yeas andN.avs w ere OOl tak. ?iscireJ. That the present wsr w?h Mexico hit lit prttaary artfta m tbr ?at isatlltatliaail ?nuex?tion to the liil-rd Mate? of Ihe ?o'< un Staat . I Texas . tl at it area nneenetti -nenred I y i ? Ire.'dent, to (Im Tat.tr ft? t?ke military ?a*?.,.. territory m dispute hetwern the lutte, .-t?te? and Mrx at occ-upmtMn oj A/si t,'(< . sod that it 1? : w ? aa.,1?'> e pnesifnl aailisn aaaleet a neeb a? - utinrcfe?,': v ?? l wttfe Bl .- t ?use. ?! luimt u?e toil of treasure and I fa lor the ditnicniia-rmcM of I \ and t,,r the OfflaMOB I wb.ch slavery baa already been excluded, with the trip'e I rvterdiug slavery, of ?trengthrnlr? the - ?. I\w, ? : e free ?tales. - :he Constitution ol tbe 1 ni ted r>!?u t Ktmoin tbal auch a war it conquest, ?o t:?tef..i in ? t-t?. ?o wanton, unjust and unconstitutional in its and character must be regarde d a? ? w?r ?. . -: .-i?t hatneaity, ?ga:t at justice, agi tja M tnte H 4 .laM'i'.-W-srJkexss; and ?at a reg?rd lor ice true mtrrrat? snd ?bo highest ..-ut :ry not less than the impulsea el ? Hsu Jutv ?uoud arouse all good ctturDS to In efforts to arrnt ibis war. and. la every juat way. aid? ing the country to retire Irutn the position of aggression v. - it n'w , cm;.;.-? to??id? e weak, distracted neighbor, sn I sittrr pepabtte. Jtsseftad. Tbat our exasaOen t? directed anew lo tbe ?MOg Oxag Slavery sud to tr.e tyranny and tnevneBM ot the Slave Power, ?a displayed i i v ur country particular y in the ?i.:. . ol lex??, ?nd tbe present w.tr with M. alee sad tbat we ?re ni^r.saeit? th the naallrrable ctavvctioa, ibat a r. g?r-l t r the la.r f-i moral?, ?nd lor that rtgwftbVexwMa ? ih a i.?t on. ?anctioti? and rr ,jn ? ad tor MM . tlave pow. r. ?ud lor loe asodtion ol atafll ? the I'[.ii?>l Stales Rr*j!t*i. That tbe annexation ef territory with Men acton up?.n U, is highly incon?Utent wiUi the w- ?tag of this L'olon. R?aolntions of thanke to Oen. Taylor were adopted by the Hoeae and rejected by the Senat? DIM AT ClfcZS TOE THi' Ib-iBtiflB BY ELECTRIC TELC?RAPH. Virginia Election -later from Vera (rar. PitiLaDEirH.? s AtkiT.son it elected ta t:ie Tir?: D BB D-nmcoole s me; rttj is M in tbe Second da Fourt!. D.'tn. t ?si -'? f'-il?the retarr.? are rmre favorable hf Bocooh. W .-.'? major.ty in the Fifi! i I ' Be?. - - ?' red In the Tenth. Tata tVUM have gair-- ?ires The Pittsburgh wire? are broken. Arrive!? via New-Orie&n? from Vert Crai, br.ag BOMSB ???' ' BBafsfflBM a ?fan IftBB they contain nothing new?nil at quiet. Gen T*igrs. w.th h.s division of three thousand mac. was to move to Jalapa on the Sth inat Nothioe frrrra Ger. TV Market Krport. ?taUMBMl Apni T?*i P M. Fnoc??The market was some less firm, and we q?ota City Milla at |7. We report ailes of Ml it.? Ho*?ri. st at ? 75. Coa.*?We report tales af MM I saataB Pennsylv?r..s j. ? ?i M C?t. st 11 cu. iOOO do. price not un? der? t WHXaT-^aies of ?003 bushels Maryland White were made at 1 3*. Cotton?Salee of ?bout HO bales?market firm NEW-YORK LXGIffXATTaUt, ,-LNAT?..-.Ai-BA5r. April 27-7, P. M. The consideration of the bid relative to the or?an ixation of the Judiciary wa? proceeded with The firt: Arti'.le reletiva to ihe Courte of Impeachment! was pasead without amendment. Tue second Art. cle relating to tbe Court of Appeals was then read. The ninth lection of thia Arricie Ira? amended by fixing the term? of tbe Coin at Albany. New Y irk and Syracuie. instead rfUdcn, Bnffto and Rochester A substitute for the ninth section waa then adopt? ed, which provide? that there ?hall be four terme of the Court of Appeale in each year, at aucn time and placee aa the Court ?hall direct, brtt ?o arranged that e term ?hall be held in each Judicial DB once in two year?. Pending the consideration of a ?ection providing the time in which judgment? ?ball be rendered on ctaiee arpaed before thafjurtof Appeal?, 4 c. the Senate took a recen In the afternoon a memorial wa? presented for an examination of the charter of the Commercial Bank of Albany Farther progret? ?u made with the hill fir the organizan in ot the J idicial Di?'. A-'I.MBLY. The County Court? bill occupied the mrming letsion. In the afternoon the following hill? were patted - fora Keaittry of Birth?. Doaths and Marria.:ea: s- lish the office o! C ?? - eg ntendtnt of Common Schi* Is A.r? M Non .4 No Mail Westof Auburn this afternoon tlrtttnln. The Baltimore Patr.ot of M..inlay bringaus i lew more NMfM and reports, from which we fill i p the following Distri't? Dut. '47. rTK?K. Loto. '?a. I. Co?. ?Vans. Atkinson." Clay. Tolk Norfolk Borough.M7 Ml.Of 4 . Do, County..Ml 4 4."..gff] Pro cesa Anne.229 lale of Wight. rasj.300. :? N?t.seniond. 31 m?J. .4 Minwex. ?' - ' 1 Southampton. " M Surry.__ ,.111 l< Tota!. lTi M?J for Watt?, gg On. for I . . .he majontiet in Stirry, Southsmi ? . | ?ex are reported, and the latter ? nt be entirely erroneous. Eighty three it probnbiy the stl in Henry Prodnet inttc-ad of Suttex Co Suhtex. it will be seen, r>evo Mr Polk 201 maprity. II. O. W. Boiling. Dromgoole Clay. Polk. tnnwiddle.I .170 itreen?vil!e. ?3 14? Hrunswick.140 m 4M Nottoway. . Il . hl ..L U?t...s "?ITB'MJ F JJ 413.SW ' - TOM George . tutj. I4....'..irr9 a? i Amelia, rep. g7_ T^ta)v;'.~~B "IO?....T0M Tsi* Msj io- Iromgoole. ?. bo for Polk - This is quite close work, end the official canvas? may change the remit, ihcuisdi if, probable w . VIII. W.Newton. K. T 1 B??Je." f'a-ollne. m?J. 43.17? 4*3 KirgOeorge.121.' Ill.1?5 111 spo-.t?vlv?nl?. 43fi.4,-iji 4t2 King W"ikm. sag -..' . King d? Queen. " 8e?.2-M) 3?8 Bsnaa. 48 . Middle?ex. I .1.11 III Hichmond Co. 10 .MJ IM V.'eftmoreland.-IM .'Mi 67 Total..703 894....a3?5 2~2~??l M?J for Be?le. 191. Do for Cliy. 93. The H MM of Lta edites, at far a? heard from. ?tends?Whig 3." Loco. M MEETINI1 OF TUK FVH.MEKM' CL I B. Drouth In tfce Krench Tree.>urs rle? The beat kind eg Dalrv towi-Mr. ( oh'e .?lode of Trevei tin? the Potato Hof-Cheeae bataa> I lure.-, _ I I BB?*Jsj t| ('lab held an adjourned meeting, I Judge Via Wr. k ?? the chair, and a fair a ? i anee of members. From the BftxvteaxwflBI from the Fren.li read we !e?rn th?t M Hardy, Director of tbe Naraerle? ot A:g? rin, tutet that the lo*JBttag of the Pa'tUronia In that re gion is at much retarded ?t id Pari? Ih- say? he has in tne nurseries sSjui 500 I)?arl Baasnas. y^ung and old. but be has not yet seen : ... truit. He attnbutet this to drouth. The Nura^rlet ?nil deliver this year from nine. ty to ooe hundred BMexMi ) ^n^ tre-a. The culture of the Cockitta. ;n fis ??m? plac? coot.nue? to prosper ana may be regarded a? likely to be.'ery ?.r hj ggetj A letter wet reed from H L ?0LI ?a j . i e-son. N J or, aba ? ci of Pavy Cuk$. He. tayt If r.e cow? tre eat 1 | g mi t to ssU, ukethe Dutch or B lern??? breed which give from twenty ; q .?-ta of m..t sat IN c?ya in the year But 1! ?a -?d tor the kaimt uta of tbe pt. Ju.er ak~ the AlCemey?. which give right or ten qusrts of asta rnBnr BM. -H? rraaat saj sjaj ta tat kmbu 0/ in. ? ? | - ? j enajej p ?rposes. he wa? inclined to : e I 'erney. this ?ide I ti-e Allegaiy BJntU .?la? -1 eeK- - ?ome of our very ri.-h -alley ianda; ,s ? ? alock for the farmer t > keep Next to | ..ur II -rth Dev jn? ?re n ' . milk :^od for bea-l and ?: v * - - -buttorgentl-mengiveblm the A.Jerney. for one wants quality rather th?n quant.ty He had tried 8bort Hum?, hut found that cur Jer?ey land? will not ?upport them without too much expendi? ture beyond grasa and hay for grain. Of the Aldcrney? he would guaranty 7 quart? a day of Bjjak creamy ml? In another letter read at the ?erne m*> : I Colt dissented f; m Prol Mspes's t 'hand opinion of the non nutr.tive pri'pertiet 11 I'orn-cob??given ome time stmi??nd suggested that a regular ch?mi ? 1 lysit of the cob should be made under ihe ?uspie v . ..Mr ?cm.'Th observed very sens;:,.y. that the cheapett way at ascertaining whether the cobs were clr.ucnt r aal ? aid be by throwing the ? ? corn before tbe animals and let them choose to suit th*mselvea. Mr. Co't farther stated thst he escaped the Potato rot ?s?tye?r, when he used no yard max.. dressing that proved beneficial?a? t ...ows m p?rts ! ol ?all. I ot P.aster of Pari?. I of charcoal dust, 3 of wood-ashes. - -, : ne and lu of muck that had i twelve month?. The crop, although net he?vy was perlectiy soi-ud and ct fine -t then into barrel? ?nd r...ej in charcoal du4t and th?y are now a? ?ne. dry and mealy as they were in November. Mr. C Is reaolved to put In the whole of hi? crop t. with the same mixture. Perhaps the best wayl? to spread M bushels of salt and ')''' of slaked lime, broad? cast, to the acre and then ?pply the wood ??he? to tha extent of about H bushels, with 50 ot dry muck and 1 bushel of guau v. .1 :.'. \td .n tha ill? or drillt I et any ote try this on an acre, and if be doe? not rea-.ie 3 "J buthei? or more of sound potatoe?. Mr. C would be greatly mistaken. Mr (ii;i.:ir WaxrVAv. from Herkimer i thl? shaBBj then described most voluminously tbe Cheese M?nuf?cture in hi? region He stated smoog other ia rdentalltte? that ?wine ihculi csver be nearer than I teshy, where?? they are often Dot nora than IS or -JO feet removed. The cheese ?nd milk are alwsy? m^re or lea? ?rfected by their proximity. After a general distribution of grafts and seed? the meetng ?d)oum*d mul Tuesday next the ?a/??jr BasaaaOfJ asms subject oofaOaued BV IHK SOI THKR> M Alls? ft? i 8mtt covennr: the rnanrOJ ??> r,""r T****? ?nl I'stterson and <>L Hamey. det.iime the opera ? ? th- rraaBaWJswa ooaaawaa? BOVonaCrna Th* i BBBl '? also I -it?: ? ? Hal of the wounded and misti: | BBf r st? BaWttsswIawl and siege of Vera ?*rii ATr.s--r._T-* Sr I. it R*r'v ? ? an (rives the f il -wog fro- s correspondent at -"anta re?who ??ever, to have personal knowledge ,i ,. It i? sail that a? American, who was well twrnn tn e,r .? . ,... satinet th? Anerteaaa, ?nd with h'? very gv-Kir i- kl >d m *t of th.,?* ?t , f-.l de,d When in* fortress ?st taken h* endeavored to in ah eh ta e.ean.. an an neton ten ?ra? ntrrj ed : bim rtnebtadrsni must b?v* f?. ? r:m sim? ultaneen? v so great w?s ir- The writer says h? hasftrg^Ben then?;-** f'be in.?cr?ent. Ggi? Ltatit CarTiRir, ?The Ga!ve?ton Xf*i lestT.i from H on ?ton that inf >rmatton r at been . I , /Vn Lamar. w'.th his romvanv 100 m*u ?:>.-,. v-i t p??t through fron 1 O-n ; ? ? i toto some i sane 1 tea ? aatoan beyi-nd th* R.u Oraa le. he wa? s-*?, aad ? v . ? .-n*rny. whom ha ? kgktdllbe by Ten. wh*n -1 : ? ?urrend*r tVa . aa of the particulars G*o Lnaar'iobjectwhto| of G*n. Tsjl ;r ss ?o-.n ?a he heard the ?arming news ? iaageroua sit ? f"y j. a gjsj War ha? called upon the a :.., ?si the militia oi ikls u saiet to : g*ther . . fron Maryland, a Bat ?hieb, we uodertund. !? Designed tor tmmediste snd sctive servir?, and i? ? tak* tn? laM un 1er the comraaad of Lieut. Col Chtrle? L*e Jon*?. Nat let. Thina? In Philadelphia. Correspondence o? TbeTnoune Philadxl!>hia_ April 27. l?4* Tbe meeting held last night to: tne eatabluh mer.t af Robert R?'.t*s .-cbo I? wm very l?rg?ly ?:? tended, and a ?pint wm prevalent which ?ugur? thsen tir?tu:ce?? of the ch?rity A ?erie? of resolution? were by Judge Conrad, enforced by an eloquent speech, and followed by P T Jone, | ka grnnoa . Newton, ?nd others A comm tt*e ?ti ?p : to eo lect suhsenptions snd th? c operad c ol . . . :?n? was earn, H J ? ?,'esd of Sunday r'choo!? must decreaa* vice .be . i y??r? ? ut eld in vie?, a? Juig* On . r>* i-iiind in th? alley? and by ?treet?. ?nd it tothiaeton wh-m 1? to be reached by the R,'. rt Rsikes 0 -liools. A lire shout an hour since severely injured two dwell ieg houses in L' rnbsrd st below Third. VV? haea a v?ry warm, ?u'try day. and I think will hue a thunder ?form before night, it i? a? dutty as !! it w.-re m!.:??rT. Tha ftoar Market r.uhana?nry ?fall to J?y. - nal ' figure? ? nearly with limited tai-'*? x. ? particular m?>em-L*. in Prov?noos Corn M*a iv". ?r. a 11. d Wheat 1 9) ? rTkta -- ( ? teBfl in modetste demsnd ?t :.rm . ? BsXnsOf -T.rx??r>r?? Board aid a^rr?'. Bd? ?9; 1 ? v?. Bstofh I - ? Be?*?, ?to I7| . ' ' Paa a Ohio Cant '1 - * s An 100 Snsq Caaa Wilgt6? -Z\ ?3001 Se. OBf} ; BOO Texas lo p.-r cen(. |g; I ?la Ile? i Ida . . ' ? . | '?.-.- ?I Morn?. BO; up lu. 5 do Mi ? || later*?t.SO; lAOViekaanrg cstl, " 3 cond P>ard and n- - I N irth ? - - i . Canal bj ? ? . . ? . .. - ?? i sa ?nd Dal L eg i .??:-, i a Caaa . ., ' rrta Caaal, i . BOO i,v"i - 0 Bsjaa ( anal bds. ta>, ; MX') Read bd?, Tii| . loo U I Bk H New I'liiill'mini ?. ? Elexfintait A?TaoMosir Ansang ?d by intern ( i or.- i Mapa, aocfe 3 kg 34 f-et in ?Ire t the whole detuned to illustr?t? the Mec h?ni?in ut the Heaven? - By U M?Tiis.y. Huntington k r'svsg? .?C Pearl st It is a | laarhag tliouebt that such aids t the ! se^uitition i ? Natural ?science a? are here presented s-e cow within tbe reach of very nisny of our peores* j children, though, an age or two s.r.ce. the heirs of tea world's thrones could not command them These Ce i leatltl Charts exhibit with luminout pertpicuify ?Hi tn?. c nan ?nd dist?nce? of tha mott Important (to BW heavenly bodies so that s wee? a ?n 'y ol than 1 will serv? ?J Impirt ? better notion of Attr diomy to young learnert than could be obtained by a year ? elote ?PI ?i, : mal traatton aad toaraad dis? ? . Wnat Is ?-.4, j? g?neea'ly apprehended wi ? wh i h Is nplalarrl tn th* e?r i aly often neca* muc? preparatory culture to render it truly understood.. Tke?e Map?, whether In the school or tbe parlor, will be eager. I y sought and ?canned ?#) hildren, not as a task 01 a duty but as aJfo-^t"! enWtair.tnebt and pleasure ' Their cost SJBS tor the whole/ iar>e*jessan'y coiiffrteT. I -oie."but our Acad?mie? ?sad I ? tter tuptiorted comnoi ! ?.'hooli can we'I ?r'ord them, and a man ot means csn hare" y do a more worthy act of rounlficenco than lo pr?tent a set to tin.- sVshaal Library id hi IMttrict They h?ve already been adopted by sever?! of the fint ?choolJ of thi? City, Brook'yn. ?nd Providence, and will rapidly make tht Ir way el?ewhere. I ne tlementary Treatue lucidly rip.sint wbstev-rls not in?de < ,,-ar bytbe.Maps ?the law? of planetary motion tbe absolute distance? and . mv ? e? ^t th* heavenly bodies their reciprucsl In - Bat Ac. Tto i < .mph? of An ?.eluding tbe di?coverle? of I.everrier and his colaborers. The work i? aleulv tcred.f on our Populsr Kdu-stion throughout the eivllued world HzLr CrtTt sa. sr.d Pcrf**tlon of Chsr?ct*r Including th? saanswaanaM at Vutn By o s rewun.? ISno, | Si- s riera I Wt ??* Wi liavebere the sitt , I we believe ha? been fiv n uefore the public, but ;t It now re written ?nt etrr .uliy re' i?*d Its plan ts good, batng a plain, Jiatler of tart ?taiemer*. of the author? theory ?nd experience in relation tn tbe education of th* v lur.g?added to wh.cb and forming ? goodly por Co.. of' th? volume are Analyses of ?1. th? Faculties and directions as to the n.cans ot strengthening them. AI though aa do not quite agree with all the author ? ag I ton M Iwasl - I judg.'this book well worthy a gon? er?; ifatritoutoa ?nd ? ? ? ?i! N oRTH -Aiwirtics!? Atta??Thi? work - tato? the fallowing b*?udful y colored Map?, rlf Americ?, New Jeriey, Georgl?. nasW an Michigan. -ma, aitWsst town Mi?*l??ipl. ntln. Ara- ? Maw Braaasrtok tVlscosu i ?fouth, Iodun Territory N rthern lexas. ?I- ?? Ne? V ! No* H,jjp?bire. wn. a..J .J;?n? F j?ett?. [Uk ?teal ? i - ?ni. Vu,mi?, '.-: tucky. -HA, N ? r . Teune?*e? Mexico. -, M -t "nu*'. Ara<- .es "it> f n*w.Votk. North ?rolina, . tut Penu?y v?L:?, B | traatoa Wen !? nd? The1? map? are all engr?ved by <t' m . | M s?, gas] sii i | d ;:n ro grapky. ? n*y ?re very besutilui. ?nd the whole Co.,-c tiuu. ?pprupri?'.! ,y o-und. ?et.? tur fM ?1 P by lb? Harper? Chr?jtia.mtt ana ?Lk\tRi a u ?..??? of the ''-rnnrtosin? betw*?n Richard Full?- V D of I a~: ri - C and PrMOB Wtjland, D D President of Brown Unit rate] critic slavery. MOal ? ? Serta arel sneeBM a, kg v. mu? BnoM t c w ml 1 K-nJsIl and LB .- >u?h vindi;?t.on of CaxrBBenBy i;, -n tue re? proach of sustaining or ?n an* way OMeBMexMOgJ aba eyetem of fJtawjni, Mr Hague i? t Baptist Clergyman of consiJera'.le eminence in Boston, and the Pastor of one of the mj?t wealthy churches of that denominar.on An ardent adm.rer of I>r WeyUi i .a thknta '?-' tJigtiisheo div'.re? has made some Lafta-trrnoea and per nlclont concessions .n etaoi of etaeef] in hi? I ted Ditcuttion with Dr I txeV and :t is toe object of this Review to p'sre the BslsjoM in -.t? true light and B exhibit Christianity ss the uncomprcm.aing foe of Slav very. In whatever circumstance? it may exUL The pamphietwil! !, regarded w.th more favor in certalu quarter!, from the f?.t :. ?? I I ht* never beenooo. ? an fttafextasssst_ IjT* Tnr. FtxiiT ?id 6. hool M ? ."ven by the a ? > . at. : w-.. . ?ected Cuan or Map designed by Jajixj Hxmt, Jr. and pus / --' II Coiwn. s? Cedar tt lu bjeet is to com? bata and present :n the snoet ianpresstve furia the atore , Important truth? i: :of at the ttrit of Physics! Moral and lahtltarliiel -M~r*rtrrn This i< done by mean? of Max Uni. w.uj I.luitrauoa?. engraved and letter pre??.?four not>?e pillars, allagorieally eeablasrsasd, aeparatlng aad eatetaetag the three department? of .erter fn ?be whole forms a desirable and OOtfnl -rntment fera ecbool-rocm cr parlor. tV" A ?' bBBBI Mftf rrBtliui I War Bi Mexico, being act-, y ,.: Qm VrjlasM?p. ?ahea tt B-easK? de la Palma, w.th addiCjns aad correction? * - . ? agrama I Ihe Battles ..: -.he -- and 8th of May. capture of Mooterey, ftc has Just been published by J Disturnell. It? Broadway It must have a large tata l'ITV fTBStS. Trv-?iiv t MlZTl.aG it Tilt Ti?ritvicLI ? Inc meeting Ust evi n'ng w?? ?ery well attend. I. ws? opened by prayer by Rev g r-?w< ,rd. f I oared : y staging by the Haley?. Dr. D M. teem then spoke of the meet.ng as a testimony of regtr h Mr ;h. who w?tto follow r.m | It wat e voluntary tribute u a ooV tir.U'y respcit.se | f the temperance community to the claims of that brother. Mr (lough was s taflta] of the trmpersnee cause ajextfrb temper?nre. Br. Gough would necessarily ta bref he hsd spoken every night MM] t t..re,- out eg the last thirty, ?t made IB heart leap to look abroad upen the world, it su a great thing to live in an eg* 'ike this, amid tats great moral movement It was said that In th.s ctuse there wa? a reaction . this *v only the re? n f th? w?ve. to gather new ttrengtb is order to dssh higher up the sir and Mr G ugh then entered Into an examination of some of the arguments of the opponents of the license law, which is that drinking .? a? '"-ad ts selling, and thst be Indicted on one as much as en her. In this connect in he cave s powerful ?ta ? -rip-ion ' I the ton r* ar.d sufferings of intempertnee. The tempertnee enterpr.se wat a purely benevolent tine ? it waged war again?-, no man. but sgaiust a ha ed. blsck beartei taiarejty The on'y principle which coul? tare the drunkard and prevent men from berom ' In; tu-h -vss the t. SB ?b?ttnence pledt-e Mr G. ugh must he psrdcned if he was discur?ive ?cd went from ; ? i that he wa? speaking in behalf of the cause and Dot trying to mske a scientiSc, well ordered speech After truny illustrations. comic snd psthetic. he appealed to ?he audience to come up to the help of the ctuse. Signing the pledge di 1 not require one to associate with all classe? ci people. There were different orders of society, and signing the pledge tiot make it necesssry I r them to associate to gether. It was tndueoee and support for those who wer? actually erigsge.l in the cause that was ?ought for. It the young ladies of the City were to oppose drinking. they might put sn end to it smeng young men Mr Gough then eppealed especially to the ladles who were pr?tent, tnd (old in BenaJoM liltistrsiing the power of woman e ?ympstby la Wttertord the iediet had re? cently circulated the pledge and obtained M"J ?tgnature?, ?tter three meeting? had been held there. A'ter Beldeng the at'ention of the audience for tome hour and a hall. Mr Hugh concluded amid the moat lively expre?i ns MM tnd with ?notber glee from the I,?ley? and a -..on. the meeting broke up. To THt TABf-Riatcir ? ? o wo eay to ell lo vare of music?to the Tsbemaele M-morror niflt (Tburt Jay ) for Rossini's favorite Opers. Cinderella. Is to be ?uog there. The Musical Institute. under George Lo.l.-r, tee i .:ig to try their hand st something secular, having . made all the reputation? they want in sacred music ? We think that Mr. Meiggs has hit the right ides this r we cannot but believe thst the performance , w,.I prove highly popular Mr? Jones. Mis? Kolph. Ml?? Pratt. Meaera Pearai n. (Ireatxrex. Rogers and BbSf i pard are among the principal vocalists. Our friend? sh. uld purchase tickets bel- re OB evening, to that they ' msy Incur no d.tt.-u ty in securing seats. Opera ?Beuedetti ? oeiieth is to take placo on M ay evening, and will not be the less crowded troni the I?, it that opera goer? heve to go hungry during the j week. - Visit or TBi Cbabbbbos i ibbbbci tu tui laTO Mm 'Edoxias ?The Chsmb-r al Commerce vitited the Mace I. r. to i ti M -ti.tiy sod were rM iv.-d y M: Fr??cr, ?econd t fflcer. ( ?- -nodore l)t Kay being ill. At a collet? I lM bOMd '?' ? 1-sq President o: the ? a? a t M " Better health B Cm modore DeKay?may he meet with all assistance in his t oble undertaking"?Capl. r'r??> r replied on h-'.alt of nmoiore, ?aid that while Bo?ton bad lasen up. loaded, and tent forward the Juun-ttuwn. vMcu ?hip hal been put in as an ainendmetil to the bu! tor the Macedonian, New York had done nothing or what was worse than nothing. New York had given the disposal r: i? t bsriUes to a sub committee of five . four foreign er? and one interested merchant and Mr. Van ichsick. ? aaaot dteOtntaral Ctenonokeft wubed sbo ?hip loaded, and told the ('..mm. .fore that it ?hi.uld ta eVxM in two?! i*a. hut next day tin? Sub-Committee h?tl ? . ...ns drawn up declining the ship. The tact eg the Committee bemf ?tranter? and unit??faMMad erfta what w I in .at like.y to reflect gflSgfOM or discredit ?MO our City or country, was perhap? the ?ole reason whv ? ) Otneb hos'.Mty had been ?hova-n to the M?cedo ruan But Sa ilianked H-aven I'onsrest hati given this ?hip to a m?.. not to be b?lked hy any nppotition ; that notning would prevent her ?ailing a? ?oou a* the pro listan? along 'he t 'anal i-ou! i lie gol t rward , and asked as i rnnsion to oil- r tii- to.lowing ?enutnent ?? The N( w York t hasaher ot Cnennefl Nicholas Rutgers. Uso. g?ve 'The Emerald lile,'?in reply to which Mr Burke made a speech and gave a? a ?"--? ;'',,'ii*[Hi tr **?* c--."-"^ie-^ of New-rorK??Tta Eat pire City ol the New World May her resources snd i wealth be co-exteusive with bar charity and well-known I hospitality I . laevraral othe? H '?ts and spec, he? were mad?, and the party dispersed gratified with the occasion. Lainch.?A yacht of . 0 ton? will be launched j this morning st t quarter te I A M. from the yard of I Mr. Ceorge ?tun. ?t Willitmsburgh. Thit vessel be? long? to the New Vert \arht Club, and it a beautiful toral architecture. PaIMTINoS AND ?flBI LlBg KfrBgUI IBM TaBBO. , It t MBMBM of very flue Line Engravlnga. together with a lew good Painting?, to be sold this Mobkiiso at R. (?urley A Cu.'s Room'. :W4 Brosdway. corner ol Duane at. Ali . s set of Catlm's Indian Ga.lery, mounted snd colored. The Engravings include five Impressions of Strange. Woolett, 4c. after celebrated Pie I tures - It?" The arti'le in several of the morning pa? per? of ye?terd?y of the shortest ptssage on record, by the sh-amer Roger Williame ?s said to be e mistake ? We understand that the steamer Niagara left Albany al? ter R W and arrived In New York ahead. l"5** It it eanl that feniiltea in want of Carpeting or Oil Cloths, would do well to call st the estab.nhment of W. H Gnoaj io East Broadway and Division st- His ????irtment of Velvets. Tspestri* s, Brussels end other styles being on? of the best and most extensive io the City !-. SOBaBM acme elegant and rare patterns which buyers will be delighted with sr.d which they will not ! y t.. '.?d e.sew here? all at reasoneble prices ty A new ?}<uk Lock and Sath Fa i tener com? bined has this dsy been exhibited to u?. snd according as of thing*, for the purp- ?e designed, is vist what It should .be. It combine? w.ih ?ecur-.ty ss s lock, convenience and facility s? s fastener. In slmpllr.ty of construction it Is remarkable, and tor endurar tn service, we c?n scarcely OaMOttl why it b proper care, joe estaaaSb in enothsn c inatn. C?** W? ? .i-retsjid that Mr. Jon Allen of Boe n ta sdJresa the BOntaea] Reformers at fjhnt n LI?:; : 'mmunlcated ] gVy Ar arttcle in jour paper ligned P 8. || |aj reply to one 4 -be i6tb headed Quick Trip, that epeaks of the ?uperior ?peed ot fftfl Met?m< r?. ?peaks of the Independ? t.t -t. ?.:xn of the Alida Who P. 3. M. Is I neuter know nor I ?re. but this 1 do know, that the All da run? from a mocopo'y wharf, uses a monopoly of? fice, htt monopoly agents end et least hilft icore*>f mo ? that contunlly harass psstengers with their impudent solicitations to go gel board ot their I v ?i : H S.1-B, nothing of which i? ?een ?irren it. where the Metamora and ni rua fi ? ? was likewise ?muted to see (?mmumusti o of I - M that the Alida ?u in? dependent ?nd ssked no shears, while I see by the pa :-tantora?ni '.. garte Ban? atk the pub he U favor them with their patronage, i likewia? see | ipers ?hit I think the lubiic wi,l be gratified to learn, I. e that there w:l. be m m. re racing on the part ! sud H W. they hav?u repeatedly beaten the Osotvopoly boat? tn trial? of ?pe*-d. Passenger? m?y de? pend upon being landed at t.. the place? advertised on : n the pspert. 1h*ir engine? and holier? are managed S who wiii not allow their boiler? to oam. M it b?s been always understood where there wss'mueh to am In racing there la great danger. _ tkavllk;; | Ar., r - , tRriioR?? T ? ., .. Hart in the Cas.r Snow Di?trieu.?Xl?. l.itln?ston otfered a r?solution div.diding th? City snd County into four Senatorial , lo th* N? n Constitution, said District? being the Tt.rd. rourth. li.'ih and Sixth * ?'Dtauve population to e?ch, rxcluding aliens and persons of color nut taxed : Third Sma! ? prising the J- ,r?t -ee, J Third r ? ?nd aixih Wardt and :he represen BBstoa populadoa 08.1.04. --nth. Tenth Thirteenth uid Seventeenth W?rds? - StnatUittrtc?fcigh'ii N.cth and Fourteenth W?rds? 7U OSTr Sink ?mix L'utrirt?Fl*v*tth. Twelfth, KU'teenth p f.*s- ? . ?..i Eighteenth Wards? - l snawa ?n? Purser offered s plan somewbst differ eat. bat the above was adopted and the Clerk directed to ?waify tha Secretary of State. A bill of Messrs Greeiey ?. Mc fir ato, for adrertistn?. ?mounting to SMI 'ill was ord*rod to be paid, ss w?re, ' also, abilt of K B Mtiutifcrt Clark of Police, and two or three other? Ire ie of -r.eriff Jo?" ? ' r eum-no'.iog j tr. r? for criminal Cour'?. A * for ?fa month?, uaouattng to fljoj 50, was order, d to b* paid. An lam of |U ' a? mileage in e? nveylng Polly p, -tin? to N*wr.u'?-h in tr; ?1 ?rl one or two otlur Items In th? MliUy vrf,rthe pi*?*i,t -was,-iv*n th?t Mr Rik*r. sn n-aOnnr. had sued*? ? atatogal if $10 tines? wn done.?Ad anted tones! Tu**J?y ?aTKaMl?? r ft *"?-th A m r R te a-There BBS n w u th* ?tivks st the teal 'ry of M*tsr? M I I Avre? atth*fKit ol TweatyOfthst North R;r*r. two ?r'n s?e?m*r? naafwhieh ?? near mpleti m tbet .twill | either to d?v or to m ,rrow . the o- aesatorhaa e*n c? nm-'nced Tipsn) in New (?-en?d? Th*y ara .ntendcd 1 r the i.sv:.-aii n >?'. to* Ms,; ia *n? rivar and ?nil piy between Santa Mart?, on the Cam ?been Se? ?nd the bead of navigation on the M ,g daleua, Honda a distance of about fui miles Commercial ?,#?" ?'.tiier ant obituary head, to day. we notion ?ants IH r.. *? Saharanaa, one of our o'.l <";ty T??r 4 kil ????' tef leh ,r?ui?n ha? Keen for ra.v v*ar? ? communicant . r toe Method st Fr ? s -? sad wa? ?--?atly ??SBWntsn' H* wa? s warm pol-riclsu. of , ? : . ? ? * -es ?! public tni?r. among mem. w? ssatto*n that at a rcpr* sentat'.ve of the State Attem? y riereis! I>Qrr?T? ?The Conner \ esteniay held an in ? .- ?,- '? 131 Oraentrtehat in the ! dj ef Ctwl jirrsi To.f.l. of Puerto C?be"o. Verdict? Deceased aaanta hto?teeth hj wan -? 'uiu-s Aton on the v v' tnj a r?tjve of !rel?nd Ve.dict?Pe ceased came to her death by disease of the I caused by a ?e? voyage. BROOKLYN AFKAIRS. The Common Council of Brooklyn have re? - ?tentS the city ?nd giv,; ? d.?pl?y of firework? to honor of the recent victories in Mexico. Ths celebr? uon i? to take place on tbe 7th of May. the day appointed for that purpose in New York. ty* Ites U ? Bf from the sifaVorta?W do?;? not ?peak well for the City at Churches DisrT?B?>o thi P(?Ltc Pea^c ? At a late hour last night a gang of rowdies In Mynle avenue be?*t ?: I brutally attacked ?ver?'. f*m?!*s who were quiet y pr ,-eedtng to (heir respective homes, from occupation? which had perhtp?, until that un?*??oueule pernal de tained them h?rd at work, and Baste e?postul?ti, n? ami entre?",.'? to tea ruffi ,n? urer* an?wered onlr by Co ward I? blow? or vi,e obaeeattf Weunderiun-1 th?t. nolwub tranding the cries tor n.aistance. not a watchman could nd m the neigf>borboi>d to aid these poor women; and th- vagabonds were thus enabled to escspe from ths punishment they deserved. D0BWIBO IB CSTUBCI ?At one of the churches in im? city oc Sunday la?t Some of th*pe* holders were presented with bills for rent due during the peri rm ?nc? of public service Th? opera:,,? wa? douhlle?? unknown to the patter ?nd deacon? of the ??nctuary. - [Advertuer iDI.HTirirn ?The person who wa? lost over? board from th- ten \ ;>o?t Nasssu on Thur?d?y evening, bas been ascertained to be Mr Clem, ot New York the fallier of Wm N Clem, hardware merchant, ot shrink i lyn. who wst not ?ware ol hi? parent ? melancholy (?tr i until Saturday evening. Sai ikt Of Till Mtt"K ? \IJ H'imphr.\\ tost ? evening i ifered ? res,, inon .11 the bo?rd, h?viu?i tor it* I obj'ct ?n in.-re??,, to the s?'?ry of the M?yor of Brook ! lyn from |15o0 to ?"?.000 per annum. It met with prumt opposition. ^_I Eagle. t'eort Calendar....This Dat. Common Plbas -No?. BO, Co, gfl, Be, b'v.' BB, IV, If, Cg. OS, x7. 40 i: _ Law 1 nuns. I'lacviT COVBT?H fore Julie Kdniond? ? Tnil t? Im /i . . , I no ,leieii'l?nt W charged with havin?- forged and uttered, with Intent t 1 dafraad a draft for 030.000, parpntiag tn ha dr?wn by Sidney ttnith deceased, on K Clark .it Co. of which ?turn Mr .-?i.itb was a parmi-in his lite tune, The draft wa? in f?vor ol Mr?. Nancy Harri?, witu of deteadanl i an i sister of Mr Smith It w?? r.r?t presented lor pay ? months alter She?Man of Mr. South. Me??r? ' Clark J? Co who are highly re?ps'ctabl*. dry goods toaton ?t UM Pearl st ? immediately considered the , dr?il to be a forgery, and gave notice to the Police Mr II wa? Indicted at the .-"estions but the case removed to i the Court of Over and Term.uer thence taken by cer ttoraii to th* Bnajraan Canrtj which latter ha? sent It to tu? Circuit Court to l?s ti.ed. Me??r? McKeon (Hi?trlct Attorney, Charlea O'Canor and J at, sstoghnr. ?ppear for tne pro?? I-utioii. ami Messr?. lisvid Graham, Joshua A Spencer. A Jordan Mr Fennoot (Jtsego. and Messrs Kextord snd Burnett of (he, sinro. lor detence It w?s ?food thMt liov Se ward wa? to to engaged In the von, e an I tint g MMa was here three or four week? ego when the case wu first called on, but is not now in the City. It would ?eem from the; opening that Mr Smith was a natr.eof ChaaaagO County Hi? father was a farmer. ? ud had three cinl.lr, n all ul them daughters, '?-side Mr One of ibein du I uniari *.d. another married liar rl?, tb? defendant , ?nd the third married ? gentleman named Cady, who resided in Coaaactieat, but ?he has since dUxl. leaving one child Mrs llama has also one [ aWssf. Oksna tint? slter the marriage ol defendant, he got posaesslou of the farm on which Mr Heater .-*mlth. the lather ot his wile, lived, giving a mortgage for the puiehaass mrmey 'snd he still resides there w:ih his family, the old g>ut!,iiisi liemg dead. Mr. Sidney -niilli weal in hi? youth, to Itic?. where he bec?mw ac 'lualntef with the h . o, then established in that city, entered it after being a clerk as a partner. eana with it to New > ork. where th? butine?? was con? ducted a? i lar?. Smith | Co and realized a handsome property In 1-4J his health became impaired ?nd he determined to t.ke a trip to Kurope, which be did. hav? ing previously made his wi.l haneeathlag to the only 1 hi? ,)e,.,.??ed tSator, Mr? Cady, t'KJ.omi. snd to 1 ?,l?ut(bteri of his sitter Mrs. Harris, a lise sum of g.'XI oW). Mr Smith had taken up the mort gage on his lather's farm then ?11 possession of defend I ?nt and his (?m'y. and owned ??id farm at the tint? of ; hi? death. In addition to the two bequeat? of |ionO<l : each to the children of Mr? Cady and Mr? Harris, he I m?d(s provition In b?h?ll of M-s. H. by giving her du nil, her hie tim- akaMt BTM a y?r H* a)?o gave b ,ut gSjOOO nate to three yotiii?- child reu of hi? partner, Mr C.?rk. Til* wholeot the profMrt] he [dated in tr-o I hsnds of trustees, beyond th* cntn.: ,,t Mr Harris or 1 sny other person ?icept Messrs. t'Urk, tbe executor? > ander the mtsi Mr Bailth returned irom Kurope 00 tb* 1st Ju y. 1-1. tea 13th of that month be was ti?eri w;in a bleadiag at th*. lungs, when Mr. R?:ph 1 lark W when ho i?e h? w?s. wrote to his sitter, Mrs. BtWrto, snd the asatmstoat to come to the City, which they cid . snd on th? 3vih July he died, bis wili hein?' aaalnrad Mr .-m?h had never been married His re mams wer? conv?y?d by Ma sister ?nd entombed tn the family vault at (he farm In New Berlin FKteen months alter the death ot Mr. Smith two gen? tlemen named Hancock and Bennett, belonging to Che nango County, ?no-red the store tl Messrs Clark 4 Co ?nd presented the draft no* In question for SdO ixiO ? Mr Harria aaiaaansa N?w Y,,rx with them, snd n.? whola put up st Manning's Hotel, nut it was stated ny counsel that Mr H all at once t,,o? to excaslve Srin? in? and the Irusnda who rime with him bad to seid him aw?y. h? gttina ?power ot att rney to collect the dr?ft?it*? a!re?dy sSatod the dr?t> ??? deemed to b? a 1 ?' d .iroceeiiirr?;? taken in regard to It In bs-n? I ot delendant it 1? alleged mat the dr?f> was appended ro '. letter which .Mr r?ialth wrote to his ?ls !? r Ms Harr ?. a th'-rt time :>e|..re tus bsjlng attacked with the Haaattog at to* lun??. in which .-iter he !n I ker < I h ? ?rrival, and bi* intention to come ,.p and ,jks? tl -ummer with them His |,-tt. - ws? re -r,d -ea ' iy M--? H ftefor* ?h- u?t tu?- ?nnoune. Ink if il 1,1.1 . ? er r,rotn*r ?nd in .. | ,-?,??! ? Basar-Tala ? Baw W artant taw ?Jtm ? ?. t m n ?ppended ;? ?,?t th* defet )?r'a', saying it was taken Irom avails' a te .?r?, alier tneir arrival at Dunning s. Mr Ralph Ciar* was called to 1:. ? aoJ He tUted ' th?! Mr .-smito was a partner of \it . ta His ??lato will probsrdy net S7U0O0 or |73 1 I . draft h. re .h'.wn was presented for th? first t -en imn,'>ii sfter the decease af Mr -mob N*vrr a. ?re1 of ?uch a Jr?tt till theo. Believe it, from the appearance and the :ircum?u?Ve? to be a forgery 1 he witness pointed out ?erum m?ras which lead blm to consider it such the ^*r.*r?l wrlt:.,g 1? better and ?moother th?n that of' Mr. rsmith th , ?t> ,e 11 d 3erent from bit uiaoner of draw , :n< dratu . he unWer??i;y put the cbe< ? Bgurea ol the ? mount wotch this drslt ha? not got, ln?te?d of >??" ' to pay. ' bi? moo? was ? please pay to " the N in Naney s letter than hi? uaual wrltin. ?_c would t?v frmii u,e ?, 1., r?j ?pps-trance it was a ; r?-ery Mr Smith w?s n,4 a man who would draw a ,.r.ft where he h?d no money to meet it. and be bad none in our hands at that time be was a good merchant add very careful in his mon-} transaction an treeiy conversed with m? pre viou?t,,naeansh kai ?aMtoanvaMaUhtll tori.m to ? I*")'" el ?ttended mm prrv n,u? to n iing to Kurope. h? ?ai 1 he. did no'owe another cent 1. to.? world ?Th* witness underwent a clow cross examina lion, which will bereaumed tn.? forenoon. Kipp i, ahansfs Jala S. Hti/s?Acuon lor allegxl breach of contract in denvenag of oats, already reierr.-d to. fardlct for p.ainti >? c*nu daiusge? and >J cenu cost - ."rnsaiFF t Jeer ?An inquiry wee had yetterdey tlter < I'sly lern? tr.d Jtrvls and sjiiry. u to the lunacy, t John B Hasty. Clerk of the Pnttea waoee ?alary ta ?t..I proceeding. He was found, !r-i>Ti the evidence not to be possessed of sny real estate but upwsrl of MB] i.i due him Bf salary. The ,.ry retnrned a ??-? i ol unsound mind, and not capable of conducting bis own affairs. Ac. IjT Convention of Second JudicUi ?ittria.?lbe Waif Electors of the Connue? composing the new ? groad Judicial Dittrvx. are requested to send Delegate? to meet in Convention at the Grange Uo^l, In the village of Newburgh. on the 1 lib day of May next, at noon of that day, for the purpoee ot takirg into consideration the ap? proaching Election a| tjur Judges ol the Supreme Court for ajftJ District and recommending the proper ' BBJeBI to hS BBflftfteJ by the Wh.gt ,n regard to ?t ?ene of ?aid couu?es diiposed to nominate can. with s tingle eye to lAnr Jiuue rather than with exciutlve BtaaM to Ptrty Politic?, are Invited to at tend tnd cocperste it; these del.!>erations R?8T G RANKEN. NATH'L DUBOIr? < ommtttre of the Ute Second Senatorial Dttartet ty* All Paper? tn the other Counties compoetn? the District ere requested to publish this notice ?M ftOStltWftg VV BIBB i Ye?terd?y morning 87* In?? NICHOLAS ?-CT?-?. MAN In the ?1st year of at? age ?".""?? .???.-a .nd altead hi? funeral this tfternoot ?? " ? ll?t RpUeopal Church Ir \ *"??? cy?nd nivlngtcin (?s g P The ?ca., of frntj.' * tre reterrd to an a.I vert ?ernen ? 1" "?*? On Tuesday morning. M mst '^rreja^Bjpsj^Taat she ht '- Wim r'hru- .n ? ? MAN. widow of the late JnkaC Ack-rtaan ./J'' yesr of her ??e ^ *4 The relative? and friend? af t- - '<-ni> *?? -?_ folly Invited t-< ?ri. r i her , W^r,?T" ?rVrnoon. ?t 4t ''rl.vck from 'er late re?<4eac?i I , KiP??t without f?rth. r .. v.-t. n Un f-onday ever.in? A| ? ?-? 11 C ? ?? . I |. Rea?..n. in th.- M Trsr i f her a?? I Her funeral flfl Uke i. ?are ,,n Wedr,.^,. ^ ' fgjtft Bet at 4o loel front t? Prang ft Ttan^tyk"1 the 'am 'r ?re invited B a*; , At Ro*sv I "Li- 16ih. Col Mu:llewH?j?aaALV; Tut Rri.i Appiiin? It is one of tr?*?^, i ' pcisi'i'-ns Of our f?.>utrtern fnends that ????ver, , , f ' l ?net po'tical ln?t.tut. P an I t- - ? -e - ?? . died with hy the Cr-jeeri They sre food efe^?*/*^ this connection ChrGta t.ylrg P< ?-? the trirt? that ?re Crt?r ?. and ue'o G al tfc.. th?ta??a . i' We are w I ling to??ke it so sn4 ta ?" Irving the ce?* the very Illustration u?e.1 by CWar^ ?e f And trey r>r.n?-ht htm a ?.-r.ny ?ateta* un: - them. V\ .1 ?' I this 'rn?*-e an.I .... Ttn?? ? Ther ??y unt i turn COotT*! Sata teen i? ?Hti? the ru'e ;<> when cue .n.r liant rhaltel persona' t I a 'In- - ? ?i?ttr 1 purposes whatsoever Ruvaris P r-??? 1 "ol . let us sppeasl to ?avr Nearer ? n -? one man stan I up -???'le Bw>o?a*tr; aril ?? 'announced let ua eeh vVflOM H MM is ate a a t?> ? t-: el lithe ciarte' ha ? sean, tnbn G. tVe image . and we ?re to render him to C. -1 t,4 i toman. Apply but this . - ' cri.tt ftxlftji i and there are scorvas beside that w ' do a? a ' Slavery mu?t cea?.- to exist-Peer B'CxmeCB. i',i A tv .-ate A w area Sabaeriptiane received to the ? eehlv Trtbaat ? hovJiv, I , naeiherwood. Pa. 1 M n ? ' P reden?-halo wu, Ohio. llClasaad | rVknisu do. I [Chart tee, < Indu.try M* . IHi I ? UllBKSVlile. Vl. I tlrwr. V I Deer River, N V. 1 Mercer Pa. , Ai her, do. ?SewHav. i ?a I Il une, do.. ? eg*. Al? Splp<wau?r. do. A Parter.o r/. I?d . Tt tsosv. Apni V. Presida ?Pi^ac?.?? i R?v?nn? Ohio. I I k? Be Sa'aiog? Spring?. N Y-. I ? Tr. i i.?-b. at'ch Windsor. do_ II Constan r.? !? ? ango. do. Cas ??irrriau, do. ... I New 0 eaa.. U. Mo, ic?, do .... 1 6l Tar M Hro?da.''in di ... I Oil It ickorv, Oaia . Hareratraw. do. .. i tree?, ?u.. . Oranges-tile, do .... > <> re**-k-, N C ! K.trfield, do. 1 M'of.peld. lid ?anh.crlpttone received to The Dally Trlhaae MoaosT, April .i h-ng'ant>n H I , Wh le.iowo, N. Y. llaaaatfoeS.Oe? 0 v ago, do. ? Beweewtaartalli ? TctsOav. Au-11 ?7 , CaBaj.vbarie, N. Y. I Palmyra. N. Y.... ! Hubecrlptlone received lo The MeniMVeetrr MenotT, Arn; M Plerreoeni B? r ,n TrUltou, N V. I Vaeal M?a kl TcttOAT, April n. ,l.o.i ton, Koglead.... ?anil-, rlptlona received fo Thr >rw.rtrk?r. Monuay. A.OII. ta tatOsxtai ML V... rjjy Two fiaro??i?iiv??t'?dav ?t I've Am- . iirn.at.ia'd a i to t o'clock. P. M mak ag it.-. . ll. . rae hou?* will i.:. ,o .; . :?i?y be f. M each, Tli?N?polean Diorain? w, ,, b ted Rc?.i -, he alvertl.enienl and 'illls. Uaoiucaa ?Voturs. DlaMOMD PoiMTEO GOLD Pt.al S?ll.1. Lo?lt~J * BoaeTCB k Co. 71 Cedar ?l. are now SflfBag t getd rat for 73 els. a r?al dlaaioed-pomted pen f I ? leatau mncent Baeley pen. for Si M only, tatreej rn ?efl ?aj? i always Included). You can here fini L??i I 1'r- inium Pen? (the gemilee aro now ?tamped L-v, |-??5 i A-D. 1841". I and all cheaper, ? ither wuo.rsile ?r t-, than can be ,'ouud eltewhere. f???" GxaiTLXajR.atS ?ATi, ?t)le tor SpllBg, It; ? . txi Introduced on Wednetday. March 3. by I.MAKY A CO. Hstters. AsU-r House BreBBflJ | Circulars deeerlprjve ol our style will ta fbn??.-.W by addrettfng u* post paid nifl jy K.aiox. MJ Pultou ?t l* n.iw prepared to ?ur^. hi? patron? and the public with bi* elegant "p'tag tier auMWAKlf _ Rx.HOtALI?It would be agreealle to tht eutotv-i ol thoso who remove on the tli at of May, luUeresi actly where, without being put to the BeBflOfJ gel ( to the old place to find out. 1 o country cusUMMraia;? cially the omuilon It particularly annoying. "Ttsnavre I money aud as the mlormati. n can tie giten 1st?! is sale way at trilling expanse, it i* ?ugge, tea to rhoeghtf. i mind? the propriety of promptly ilidagto. While?* I forming tin? ?iinph act of justice to old rostnateri?re i.n.-t m?y at th-> same time Ive benefited by the sens? of the place where they too can supply their suu ,? i is juat a. sensible to give notice of removals?? Site? I new houses tospprtse the public of their bustnswawsei ' cr for old ones to advert se for ?*./?? custottert |fl)| principle it the ?ame and may he cat ring out to u ? i tent in any eecUon of the country and at any tiaw u V It. Palm is ? Agency in the Tribune Building, atar? U hu the machinery all ready to do it. He is the teert* ed agent and is daily receiving ndvefttsemsM for A> neat paper? ol all the eitle? and principal low? It-.?> United States, (?nada, Ac a list of which, pnce? <y. u vertitlug. and every requisito Information .-a? in tali hie office. Dtv ftaSM -We recommend our fair reader? esatr. 11 waul of any kind of dry good?, to cell on I. B.siti AI Grand si. Some if ibe cheapen good? .-var Mid it '? city are now ?e.llng at hi? ?tor?. H tact a of twlala?- '< Is il. and Is. 11. per yard , printed laws? and aia.iUi ? fine printed mu?lln dreMee for on. y I n? p?r lus? tu of all ktnde. Cell and jM Fabtpiu ReorcTioN?UiAno.vD Poi.arTSi) Octi Pt.Nt-J V Savaoc ?ella Go 1 Pens a? I .w ss Ticssn Pencil included. Tun |1 73 B?gley ? Pens U %? v Levl Brown's Pens, genuine, at reduced prices. Akw ? magnificent Pen lor | ' which Is the best and aswMf Pen in the city. Don't mistake the nuai&er-aBi? ton st. A Caao.?An elaborately carved fashtoaakls roesw?^ Sofa. pjiUhed, varnished, covered lo the ?* ejtf crimson veivei8u?h. win be ?old ai t price ihntnliM.d '.?rrcosL The carving and nni-h of ih ?ette.M st"? of'urn i Mr? Is In Um same beaatlful ?tyle a? net ?i?7 ?* htblted by Moo? C?n?rrau el lb? Collsra?. IG?!-?1 c .mJleled, i.euig fio.theo this d?y Aprl. 11. M.?efteis s4 and fir sale by ai? if M. W. KINO h 80.1. ?s< S?ft?a?r HoveaflOLc PvaNtTca* -We would call stisenta?! thetuction tale of Houtebold fOrnBMft piano (w1** music, Ac st Mr Bradbury a, i: Mottst tonel?"" See advertisement IxrroaTA-ajT InraovBME.vn ? R Peinan * ' O? Houston, corner of Br?-. Iway. g\,.r?nu< ' " ?' ??i o d'il new leaky Un roof? per lecuy Wal ? the teim of ten years ?t Irou. ?t *" 3 34*t-u ' * loot hy the use of their ^?ser-coa Ctmf^?iw H * sil or any new roofing at from 44 to 5 cea?? pa' foot ?* *' iTT HUGH MAX A" UL, I ?? resumed Lit l ( euuat-Ior-Hi-I.Mv?. ta onn?c; m wltn hiseua.J?e>' Maxwell, Attorn.y and Son;.: it, al their oflSe?, |X?'VU, Tlffitl_ utsetir Sanos s Sassapasili a - lo t!? wtseecoo^mi r/Sse* there has teen tiisUli.uted ibro' <h Ike mineral **!*(* hie irigduins a variety of mrdcmal subsancesstagB** Ibe relief of vsriouaiiseues; but Ills believed Bftb1' ooe product of i he ear t h are to m?'.y . iwoifilstee'' proper'.te? coui?laed as '.1 S irssp.rl. a. Y ?.l, a?**** trie?? iHenl properl.e? pr?c,lc?.,y u?> ful .i.c J l?Ow?** velopment cou.ninatio'i anal ConceMratiou. B OXa*' Sarseparii.a It le believed all these objects bt??e??* fec'.fd lo the finest extenL It is t.ow adioln sttre???* eral practice es asure and uoform -inady la eat?"' scrof^i?, lnpro?y, tumor ?wel.ie.? ,f if.? jotoiS, sw??* Usai, eryilpelas, kiag's evil, ? i , ,<ry rome'?**'*' tomtilc of impure blood. Affections of the isaess??** brai.et, such a? chronic catarrh, tpr. ao.og l?roas*-**1* tal pasaage? lato the broochlcal membrane? of w? wlw> alsoluabagro.wniie swelling, and Mp di?eases,*vl'w^ moved by this invaluable retriedy. Preparad ar.d mid. wholesale ar,d re?a''. bT*- * 4 SANDS. Wholesale Druggists, ?oO luiiwo-??- ovim Wllllaai^t.271 Uroadway. and T7 Kail Broadw??-11** Tore, hold also by Druggist? generally throageiB e? Untied Suttea. Pri?e 01 pwr i-nuie. or sfx bottle? ? ** Amonita ScvcctCatr. op^T?tiima Ctatr tv r>'lJf?i, BALtsvi_y,tA W KoiWr-Dear b.r litvlag f?. ? ?** while been troubled with- ?sihtnaiu lu wor?tf<?l??l?,? 1er btvlng trt?^ vart?tit remedies,s.l to no to" ct''**JJ o! your a,eot, A go we, one bouia of the *sv**- ?? ** Cherry, which relieved ate very eriteh.*. Uv? C^**TJ to use the same,as ih? disease reutin? '??xn o>?,?e? 1: a, way? relieve? wben nothlag else ?** M**^ have no doubt, could 1 bave bad ih >* C*"r1J^f f MtMMi of the disease, but thatii "* ' cared me. I can rootdauny recun? able tned.clr.efore.i lung cornp'ai -'-^ Bk;a ?HMO* New-liamp.or. V, None genuine ui..ee? t.gne 11. r ihe WJ**? F-r ?aie by A. B h I) SAND ? " J5JJ coruer of William, ageot? for ?*'*' __m?, way. and n Ka?t Broadway, ? >> Orufgtsi? g?ea throughout the CelledIStatea ?-?? Ma??- coubum?sb? Oowwa B*TTias?-?> T -' ' S^IIm*' checked and f aney Gow <ju? ' ? k ? rfl*<* 'J arrives and for sal? cheap^K >CNSBtwl.t' Ol ltr? 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