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I aber'? Pr?Rr^ in (?ew-Krj?Iand.
The last Protective Union (Boston) gives the lolloping interesting account of the pro? gress of the Labor Movement in that city and throughout New-Eogland. We ask tboso vrho fancy that Labor Reform means uDarcby and outrage to read, and judgo whether they havsorhave not been mis-. THE PAST AND THE FUTURE During the Summer month*, the meetings of the various trade aocietiea have generali; been sus? pended or held bo seldom that we have lost the run of them The " Nt w Kngland Industrial League," too, ha* uuspend-d its aitcinss during the warm weather, and for the iass t*ro months but little has been doue by any of the numerous organ? izations in the city. It is now time that the meet? ings were again resumed, and an active, spirited campaign for the Fall and Winter commenced.? It may not bo amiss, if we t?te a brief review of the last twelve months, and see if we have any good ground on which to congratulate ourselves for the progress already marie, and encourage us to farther exertion. In July, 1849, the Tailors of this city prepared a " Tariff of Prices," which they thought would be a fair remuneration for their labor, and resolved to Work for do employer who refused to agree to their terms. The prices were submitted to every em? ployer in BostoD, and about 50 of the most respect ftblo men in the trade acknowledged their justice and agreed to pay them. The largo "slop shops, which carry on a trade slike iojurious to the jour and the fair dealing em? ployer, refused to comply, and a "strike " followed, i'hlofa'lasted for a period of fifteen week*. It Would be impossible to produce greater examples (A heroism and devotion, tnan was displayed by jmmbers of the poorest of the trade, under great lirivation und sc Bering, during this memorable Strike. To " strikes," as a m?aiis of bettering the condi? tion of the working class, we are strongly opposed; for while they entail great loss and suffering upon Sil engaged in them, they seldom accomplish any permanent good,?-and not unfiequently leave mat? ters worse than they found them. Yet, perhaps, ttere never was a " strike " which has done so mach practioal, ar.d we trust permanent goad, as this one of the Tailors. During this strike the Whole question of' labor " and "capital" was dis? cussed in all Its bearings, arid the organization of industry, on the cooperative prinoiple, pointed out as the only practical way of permanently improv? ing: the condition of the producing class, by making ?very man his own employer. A cooperative soci? ety was formed, and a store opened, with a capital Of Uss than five hundied dollars, and in fivomonthg it was found necessary to open a second store, both tit which have met with extensive patronage. Scarcely hsd the tailor's strike ended, when the Printers followed, and the " Boston Type and Stereotype Foundry " was purchased by a society of practical printers, and wo believe the success which has attesdod this association is most cheer lr%his papersprung into existence from that strike, and, although we have had many difficulties to contend with, we have, so far, overcome them all, and we trust we may hope that our humble labors have not been unproductive of good to the move? ment in which we are engaged. The 8eamstress's gociety followed immediately after; and this was followed by the cooperative society of Cabinet makers of thie city, and by that of the Bootmakers of Randolph. The whole of these societies ars in a prosperous condition, and the friends of progress have every reason to congratulate themselves on the success which has attended them. The influ ence of this movement is not conflned to our own immediate neighborhood, but has spread itself throughout the Union, ft has cheered the Iron Holders of Cincinnati, encouraged the Pudleri and Class Blowers of Pittsburgh, founded the Seam? stress's society of Philadelphia and Providence, groused the Tailors of Albany, and stimulated the trades of New-York. Nor is this influence confined to our own country, but has crossed the waters of the Atlantic, and pointed out to the slaves of England the way of emancipating themselves from the slavery which a false ?nd artificial state of society has, more then the evils of bad government, entailed upon them. Our friend*, of the " NTew-Kn,?land Protective Union "havealso Wm io c and opened during the past tweilv? njontn? oui less than twenty additional Divisions, all of which are meeting wiib exteLsive patronage. Here, then, is work accomplished?good which has been performed?the result of twelve months (tisuniltd efforts on the part of the friends of pro? gress and reform, who were, until lately, totally ur.htiown to each other. And if so much has been done with little tffort, what may we not reasona? bly expect as the result of our next twelve months vntted exertions? "The New England Industrial League'' is the ttVot on which all the various labor associations siould revolve, nod if the men who govern that im pirtant Organization are true men?if they are fit I ftr the time* and for the great work which they I hvo undertaken, then may we expect that this tine next year we shall have reaton to look back dj( n our labors with feelings of great satisfaction. In the rqeantime, the meeting* of every Trade Siciety should be at once resumed, and instead of hiking about " lists of prices," the whole labor ojtaation should be discosaed, and the true remedy 1 printed out. The League ought to tako the initia tine in this matter, and again bild its meetings weekly. A large public hall should be also en? gaged, in whioh the various trades could hold their respective meetings, and one evening of the week bo set apart for a general meeting of all trades when addrestes snd lectures conld be delivered by the ablest men in the movement. These are a few of the duties which wo shall be cs-led upon to di?cbarge during the Fall and Win? ter, and let ?g hope that every man connected with the movement will be prepared to discharge that which devolves upon bim with vigor and determi? natus. ? Al. engaged In this work may expect thatcal umny and vituperation will do their worst?that every time server at the preas, who fancies he has sit Interest in the present anomelous state of so? ciety, will exhaust his power of abuse upon them thst their motives and principles will be miscon? strued or falsely stated, and that persecution will bft resorted to, to drive them from the path of duty No matter; "Perseverance" must be our word ano our labors will be rewarded with the most tri mxpbant succoss. We will return to this matter again. -Capital Punishment?Or itice. of the Pres mnetn^f the West and Rev. Mr. Hodgesaan, of the bt. Jjmt, I'resbyterian.nre engage,! in a sort d>en.la war over the subject of Capita Danish ! ?t?~*e farmer in fav*r, and the latter opposed vJV, C- 'tlco ?xPre?8e? astonishment that a , i rvsbyterian minister should join in the outcry , ??,D** c*P"a' Pumahmonr. To this Mr. H. re-. P'fcipythat if be had k now u that tn expression of ? nis t.piniou would have wounded his bro.her, be I ?oulri probably have refrained from any expression I ?' Opinion, on tho principle la:d down try the Apoa ! we, that ws are not to wound the treok conscience j of e. brother, lest we am against Chritt. Bo pro j ceed* to.?, - .< we should like to knew, if we are , tot to utter an opinion apoa any of the mooted question ot the day, till wo have previously a.r-er taarsj what sentiment la hold at Cincinnati. Has ftp sun of n.o-al hkbt ane knowledge" whose posi? tion was claimed to be in Hie Katt. changed its lo? cation ar.d got out as far West as Cincinnati ? *T? o?| h a msj ?rity of the Presbyterian Church Bsybe In favor of Capital Pu-;jabrn?ot, yet we can infirm Bur broti>?r that a resp-ctable minority are opptsed to it; and Ibis min ritt-, we have not the ?lightest doubt, will increase tili the universal sen titr-ei t of the Oberen shall bo against a practice fit 0r.ly for an unenlightened ase. and for a lute dis prn?Mior>, but never desittnedfur the dispensation Of * (rraoe and Truth,' brought in by Jesus Christ - txT The Stilts Republican says: The Upper M,s>.,>,pp,. below tr.e R,pW-> j, ri|in tht-. effoct Of re i t rams The Illinois is nearly bs .k full fco"," m0Uth; *!->d *? ?ater wants only * 2? . s m ?T t0 ,r"e *?> ??nd it over all the Pr rcip.i ]ow ground. a.vl bottoms. Boats i" yef ?e channel, ami freight very scarce al! alomr tha **r Produce is also very scarce at ffiSS? tod Unding, on the Upper Mi..i.9ippi Jg -fe" G,t D Hintt-n the Ohio mail robber, arrived ?tu.??!*.^ ?che 7th, in custody of offiJer Mil?. SL i ?\?Mr " 8 ?oa>ml..ionsr Stetsonfixed j? St ,35'(W0 Ha w" then conducted to jail ^JH? A new CVmet was discovered bv the Cam I *tj,u;!:':i' ??'""?'? ?",tbc -9;hnlt. "it is in tho fttar r ^.fc?e,?P?0WB?i ten degrees north of I ??,r &ip(ja ferscl. -? ? CITY ITEMS. The Socialist Banquet at Hoboken.?This Festival came off on Monday. The weather was j most favorable, and all wpat okf in the best stylo The procession, numbering about 200 persons, started from the Shakespeare Hotel at about o'clock, headed by Dudwuhth j excellent Band When the rear Banner was unfurled, " le Chan du Depart '' was performed, and, th-o^gh Broad way, "la Marseillaise." Arrived at Hoboken, an excellent Dinner was ready at 3 o'clook. After which, Mr. Aycuesparse, the French President, opened the speeches. Ho made an eloquent speech upon the past and present state of things in France. Mr. Metternich then briefly addressed the assembly, upon the "Theory of Socialism," and then Mr. Kaufmann, a Gorman, addressed the com pany in French. Toward the end of his address he said : "Tte t'me of 1792 roust come again; If we earnestly want loiueceed. we mu*t have ibe guillotine again. Long Jnou?b in? people ?bctved a moil stupid good nature and forsivenen, arid aiwava It baa boon betrayed. The last years tare taujht us how lo appreciate our frti nds and foes ; we find itie lauer among every Royalty up.n eartb?the'anlHotlne? will become our sole remedy.' The President, Mr. Aygu??parse, afterward pro? tested against the use of the guillotine, saying that the true Socialist would gain his victory not by brute force, but by the conviction of the people through pure humanity. The most eloquent speaker of the day was Mr. Koch, who gave extempore an entire historical sketch of tbe progress of Socialism since the be? ginning of Christianity. He showed the power of the clergy, which alone had incited the Crusades, in order to get possession of the estates of the princes; the very man who ordered Christ to be crucified has overruled the Italian Revolution and invited the French power to join him by putting down this glorious nation. He then spoke of the ringleaders of the last Revolution, Ledru-Rollin and Louis Blanc. He said they also are Bour geoise ; they, In the tame manner as every aristo? crat, have their saloons receive their company in fashionable dress, and will introduce, if possible still more luxury for their private comforts than the President of Frarce at this moment. One single and general Republic of all the nations must come as tbe end of all our struggles, of all our sacrifices. The speaker concluded his ad drets amid great applause. Araeng the toasts we notice: To Barbks?Tbe Martyr of Liberty. To Louis Bonaparte- The inconsequent at Strasburg, Ibe murderer at Boulogne, the executioner at Rome. To the Union Socialist*?Krom morning to evening, from North to Soutb, may all lh? Nations shake hao<< a ; may general Instruction, and Industry, and fraternal love prevail among every people upon earth. At about 6 o'clock the Banquet, which by the songs of Messrs. Rogers and Weber was much enlivened, wia adjourned. The procession marched home to the Sbakspeare Hotel, headed 1 voluntarily by Dodworth't Band, which bad furnished such excellent music in the morning. Messrs- Aygoesparse, Metternich, Cormier, (fa? ther and son,} Dr. Maas, Dr. Joaassohn, Messrs. Sorg, Rosa and Menetrier, Fr?lich, (Editor of the Democrat,) Ktu.er,(Editor Staats Zeitung) Lesprit, Bsei'h, Frontier and Deviercy acted as Ccmmis sairies and kept good order. We have been requested to express the thanks of the Committees to Mr. Dodworth's able and obliging Band. Festival of the Lafayette Guards.?Friday last, the 6th inst. being the anniversary of the ' birth day of Gen. Lafayette, the French military corps of our City bearing his name, did honor to the occasion by an excursion to Stryker's Bay.? At 10 o'clock the Guards, numbering about 50 men, left their armory anri ^r^'<'??"^',<^ J??? Broadway, J beaded by Dodworth's Band, to the foot of Canal st. where the steamboat Sampson received them. Among the guests who took part in this celebra? tion, were M. E. c e Lafayette and M. Ferdinand de Leaterye, grandsons of Gen. Lafayette, who lately arrived in this City; Mr. Borg, the Frenoh Vice-Consul of New York, and some other gentle? men, whose nnmes are well known. After a re? view of the company by Messrs. Lafayette and j Lauterye, dinner was served np under a magnifi? cent tent erected for the occasion. The tables j were ornamented with the French and American j flees, and more than 200 ladies and gentlemen hungry with their brisk dancing exercise, sat down to the dinner. Tbe President, after a few eloquen remarks, read the regular toasts. To " the Pos terity of Lafayette," M. E. Lafayette responded giving in return, at tbe close, " Capt. Leclerc, o>" tbe Gardes Lafayette. M. de Lasterie replied to the toatt to "France," and M. Arpin, of the French Courtier, to a toastoffered by M. Blanohet. The occasion was a delightful one, and passed off to the complete satisfaction of all who participat? ed in it. A Rank Nuisance.-That men will smoke is sadly true ; but it is none theless clear that some re gard should be paid by smokers to fitness of time and place, in view of the convenience or anr.oyanoe of others. Nearly every day we encounter ia the Harlem cars smokers who persist in standing on the front or rear platform (nsaa'ly the former) and puff, puffing there, although the door be open and a strong current of air be drawing their ejected smoke into the faces and eyes of afflicted women and children. If this is not meanly, sottishly selfish what could be??The company or its conductors fail of doing thoir duty in permitting this misance to pass unrebuked and unabated. Death ry Drowsing.?The Coroner held an inquest yesterday at the footofTwentieth-st. N R. upon the body of Mr. McLeody, formerly residing it i.'C4 Seventeenth st. who was drownod on Satur? day night. The deceased left the bouse on Satur? day evening and was not head Of until yesterday, when his body was found, as stated. A man named Andrew Johnson wii arrested on suspicion of hav irg caused his death, but upon investigation b;fore ti e Coroner he was discharged and a verdiot of ( oath by drowning was rendered. Melancholy and Fatal Accident.?Henri? etta Bpearhawk, a child 18 months old, whose pa? rents reside at No. 136 Greenwich at. yesterday morning fell from the tilth story window into the area and was instantly dashed to piece*. It had climbed up to the window to look for its father, ar.d losing its balance, fell. The Coroner- bold an inquest, and a verdict in accordance with the above i faots was rendered. - Casualties?Timothy Harrington last night j jumped from tho wharf into the "East Stiver, bat was rescued by one of the police of the F.-nrth Ward on duty. Patrick Welch, a dock builder, at work on the j row pier foot of Beekman st. fell therefrom and was browned, nobody being at hand to rescue him. He '? wus a sober, industrious man, and has left a wife i and family. The body of an unknown man was found this morning in the North River and the coroner notiiiod. ' Arrest for False Pretenses.?A man named Jacob Reton was yesterday arrested by an off) -er of the Third Ward, charged with obtaining on Wed? nesday last from S. 8. Wyckoff. grocer, or 102 \ esey st. eleven liquor casks valued at 3-1-, by falsely representing hireseif to be a cooper snd having a shop at SU? Water st. which is al? leged to be false. Complainant states that he pro mised to pay for tbe casks on tha day of the pur ! c'-ase but on getting them in his possession changed bis mind. He was held by Justice Li throp to answer. Arrest of -Pick-Pockets ?Two German pick? pockets, named Levy, were yesterday arrested for attempting to pick ihe pockets of a gentleman, whiie looking in at Genin's hat store in Bnadway. Officer Reed and Constable Mirer of the Second W ard, happened to be near, and saw the fellows at tffir work. Tbe r ilicers mixed in th.? crowd, when be soon after felt one of tbe Levy's frt nb?ngat ; bis pocket, and immediately arrester] him. A t ote bonk ws* found in their po?*o**ion, which ii isce't?ined to belone to Mr Luther H Donaldson, residing at lllSixth-av. The aconied were lock? ed np by tne Chief of Police ti answer the charge. Obauk Lakcent.?OfhVers Gros? and Boyle, of the Third Ward, yesterday arrested two men, nsmfd Martin Wbitty and James QniriB, on a charge of stealing at rtitJerpnt times during the last four n.onths, about 500 pounds of old copper, valued at 0130, from the foundry of Richard M Hoe Jt Co. cor of Broome and Colombia sts. Whitty confess? ed the larcery and avowed himself to be the princi? pal in the nlTair The stolen copper hid been so'd r-> Hernard McQuillan, a junk shop keeper at 225 De lancy st. The accused were committed v>y J ait ice Simpson, for trisl. Attempt at Bcrlary ?A man named Jaraei Willings was vesterdsy arrested by ofieer M Cnnnell of the Fifth Ward, charged with atte nut ing to break into a room in the bouse of Henry Da? roer, 442 Greenwich at for the purpose of Ch ^fs.? Considerable jewciry and silver ware were to the room at the time, and it is supposed that the ac cused was aware of that fact. He was held by Justice Osborn for examination. Police?Tuesday.? Miss Cornelia Linkiy and Miss Mary 8tanley were arrested yesterday by the police under the following circumstances. They went to the shoe store of Mr. James Lunt, IU0 Sixth-avenue, and while Miss Mary fitted herself wi h a piir of shoes and psid lor them Mis* Cor? nelia placed in her basket ten pair of gaiter boots. After this they left, and visited the store of Mr. Webber, No. 205 on the same avenue, where a somewhat similar operation was performed, when j one of the police came up and took both trie ladies to the station house. Miss Chapman was arrested for robbery of Mrs. Day, the lady of a merchant at Ncravalk, Conn, of a quantity of wearing apparel. Miss Chapmtn had lived with Mrs. Day nntil last Friday, when she had notice to quit. She csoaa to this City on Saturday, and was followed by Mrs. D*y on Mon? day, who pave a description of her person to the police?and she was ferreted oat in about three hours Patrick M McCoy was arrested for an attempt to stab his brother. Benjamin Humphries, a small boy, aged 10 years, was arrested and committed for stabbing another small boy named William Osborne These b >yi reside with their parents at 92 and 95 Monroe-st. Angnsta Boetha and Lewis Boetha were arrest, ed for stealing 8293 from Morris Co'eman, at 75 Pesrl-st. Henry Murphy was arrested for a burglary, in entering the basement of 38 Anthor-y-st. last night. Jean Gardner, a German barber, residing at 115 East-Fourteenth-st. was arrested for throwing a vial full of oil of vitriol on fonr young ladies, who re? sided in the same bouse. The females had given the Gprrrrnn *ome slight offense, and while they were sitting on the stoop on Sunday, the liquid was thrown down on them from the casement above. Fortunately it only burnt their clothes. Auction Sales of Real Estate?Sept. 10 ? By A.H. Malier: 1 lot In Bt, Mark's plsca, between First and Second avs. 25 x8511.$3,9(10 Lesis of lot corner of Warren-st. and West Broad? way, 22 9x75. 6,925 LAW COURTS. Court of General 8es3ioi?5.? Tuesday.? Before the Recorder and Aid- Muler and 8hfr ? TriiU jor Incest ? Tbe trial of John Blaw, cbargod wl-h Incestu cub intercourse with his daughter, M?rgarat Jaue, was conltinel from yesterday. The defense Introduced uve ral wl,neises to prove a good chancier for the defendant snd s bud one for theconplalnaoL The cue was ?unnoi up by Mr A A Phillips for the defanse, and Jonas B Pntl l'psforthe prtiecuj'on. The Jury, afier ??bort absence from Court, came la ~t'.h a verdict of Not Guilty. Artist on a Bench Warrant.?A nun named L L. Arch? er, was brought Into Court by officer Nevln, on a bench warrart He Ischsrged wi.h obtaining goods by false re presrntatlons, from Cuslrnan 4: Co. of No 188 Pearl si. on the 10 h Nov. last. He wss cosim't ed for trial. Trial for Shouting ?A man named John Cainphell, was placer) on trial, chsrge-i with shooting Peier O Grady. at Yo kvllle, on th?27th of August la*t, with intent to take his life. A Difficulty, It appear*, arose between ilia two re istlvo to some property Alter the trial had procredod tcnie lime, the pr. secollon expressed a willingness to se? ct pi 8 verdict of guilty of assault r.t>d battery only. The cituo, therefore, wpntto ibe jury without furthar evidence, and a verdict as above was rondoi ed. Court adjourned. BROOKLYN LAW COUNTS. Supreme Court? Special Court?Before Jus? tice N. B. Morse?in tbe matter of tb? petition of Clayton Schol< and Maria Sch?lt Infants, for ihe sale of their real estate ? Be?u petliion, ordered that ths County Trossu'tr execute release* at.d in Jone on Iba bor d?, proper receipt? fir ? discharge* for the sums so prtld thereon, and tnat the Ci nnty Treasurer pay over tbe mon-y so received tj Bar net Jo.m.s t, guardttr, ad Utero, of said infant* Charte? Hotoland and wife, against Afary I.iseomb and othcri.?Read iei.ort of ref?ree ordeiet 'hat defeuian; and crtdltor* show cauie on sat Sapt why report shoull n >t be ror.firmed. Papers to be file! snd order enlered with Clerk of Richmond County. Patrick Fanning sgalnit Charles R?ey ?Motion that Clerk alter Judgment, ordered that Clor*, alter Judgment by striking out tbe words "In'he ?am? c intention a> the same ?*? it the t'roe the contention commenced," and the exrcuilon be mads lo conform lo Judgment* Thou C Smith v?. Maria Jackson and others?Reid re? port of referpeof motion anddjdm'sston, ordered that re? port be cor firmed and that Sherw pay surpiu* money* to Char'es G II?'en* or hl* ?Uorcey. Wxllinm Ccnte yea Jr. and Joi/ph Conclyea vs. Stephcu Wctton and othcri?Read afh'avli, oMorta reference to DbdIbi Trembly io take proof of the material fact* and clr cumttsnces rtatt-d in the complaint. HARDWARE. CHEAP! J. WII.LSOWS HARDWARE AND FURNISHING STORE, 216 Bowery, OPPOSITE RIVINGTOn-ST NEU'-YORK. C?instantia' o? hand a full asiortment of Table Cutlery, Brtiaoria Ware, Tea Tray*. Wood and Cedsr Ware, Japan and Tin Ware. Also, Nails, Screws Brads, Tacks, Locks, Boll?, Htngo?, Sand Psoar, Glue, ice. s6 lrn* PAPER MAKERS' WIRES THEE largest stock In tbe United Stale*, well aeso.-t*o consisting of Fonrd.-tnfor Wire*, from 38 Inches lo s? Inches wide, No*. (0 and 70, and all number* of copper and bres* wire cloth?for ?nie on the lowfcst ie-me, and war ranted In every retpnet equal to the Imporlad hi the offic? 109 John-at New-York, or at the manufactory, BaiMll* IswJsrssT- llvlli.'ta'l WU RTEPHKN9fcEON CJTOTE HOI,LOW WAKB-8love Dealer* wlsb Olngagood nrl'cie of ribbed dois, keul-it and spiders, ground smooth Inside, billed and varnished.csin be supplied Immediately on receipt of Ihe order. Dailvnred to tbe cars or boats and do charge for cartage CASPER F HOAQ. Scbanectady. N. Y. Aug. 21. au21 Im' EFINED PERU nOKSB SHOE iiios and ? Cut Nnt.s and 8plies ?a full asmrtuierji of an sizes for iale by the subscriber*, mannfacturr-rt. ?lf Im E. 4i J BUSSING i. CO 32 CUfTst. ("^HAfH llAELstS?A iarga eJ*.~.rvrr...et ef B^Usi ^srsvei. from *-? lo 17-1 inchest, for anle b'< ss*? ?sAZTKV k 9??;ll.'cskon 1? ?v:?th?4t R LEATHER HOSE, FOR FIRE ENGINES, SleauibotU, FacMrlat.STREET WASHERS, ite. manu (acta red from the bc*t oak-tenn. >d le?ther( wittt wrought copper rivets, bIwsts on band ?nd for sale by JOIN U. BOWIE k CO. eirtrrl^r* and L-silhi- D-aJfrs ?.? Ferry-s;. Who have at*o for sale, calf ?Ales, wax mi grain nppe; laalher, and r-;irrlpd iMlber of bt^i-v dewrlotloo taVUn' CA?fPHKNE AND BURNING FLUID \\T H. i" 'i ITH. 26] G'snd-st New-York, axd 2fl4 f_v . FL'lton-st Brooklyn. Is our authorized tgeot for toe mie of our Cnror/Lecs ?eriitrs ln-tfo articl* would do well ?ii i a.i ati! examine the ar?cie an! lr.qul e tlie prtre before hut log e'rtwhere. It wl'l be measured oat in any quanti? ties to suit wagoners at our re^ultr price at the ab tve p.ares [s7 in.'| J. S. ENULE, y.-,nufaciuro s I7K H ROSEWOOD. BLACK VVAtiNOT 11 AND MAHOGANY FURN1 rURc ? WAYNfiR it is 't ^EY have removed ro^i Uoccto Phylu'j ??>?<] estsb. llshtnect wour asw w?-n-^. -t.?t Broxaway where we I t ?^e a n os* ?5.6I c:. Eito- meet of r;c^ ro?t'w,ood parlor ; amitcri ct.-?- jitaemos! nc''i?"e stylo Toe patron. ! ii ;cesieve are r,v iro to exsml.ie'otir stock, style ? -rr.fn: _ WATNER'il STONEYJBj iS6 Broadway, opppalte Chinas^ Muie<im. sen ?uppM?c oh tbe nsuai ttnns. s? 2w i\VCX HINDEKS LE AT HE ft.-Tbe subscriber LSI \> or: n=nd ind lseooetanrly receiving Engilth Colnred Bitvers, Colored Ca'f Skins, French Turxov Mo-occo, r >? Six Re Leather. 8alt?d Spilt* sac Calf Ssii*. Scok Ct-.th, Marble Pece', acd every anlce required for a bindery. A weysoa hand & !s-;r" issor.mect of G^o Dudley-* eup (v H?r> ^Hv?r, b.'sdS, Sheep and L?w Csif Sk'ns. Ail of which :t' Serod at the 10 ^est ma.-kri price?, ;>v Irr?_JAMES COOK 2i=i* f>a?ri.jt i\}U;U?LL'S old KStfAItLISIiaD LAiWo? i 1'?-Ti.ip.t. 3 tatser,r.e 11 ? The procrlator beg* to in Kl m ice Daniic tnal he continue* to 'manufacture e'ory do- 1 scripUcs of camfhese L?np?, ard th-.t in additioa ta hi* ' BJUSJ r'-ork be hi* selected for the Fall tra.le a great variery c' fancy Sour end Fluid Lamp*, Girandoles, CaodeiaDrw, kc which he offer* at the lowest pojstble prices, N B ?The trade ?applied with Catnpeece a: the market ytee._ aul9 2m? O i " .. . 1P OS?Paper, 4C.0OO pounds from 20 to 36 Inches > ? ? ' erentqurJitiesacd colors, for tale at manufkc- , ta-i-,y t.-r? QAllNT k DERRICKBON. 15S Sontb-si. ' DAGS. KOPE8, and all kinds of papermataf-iciurers' ' 1? rraterlals. boogbi and sold on liberal term*, by nl? GAUNT it DERRICKSON. 152 and 159 South tl i,? &b.o ^IaKKK? ilAi iiink on sale. Apply 10 kUsi.:>! 4t84r.W? A CA?PBEI.L.4fi Bearrr-st upsta'ra C1^??*f>A bilKt L8--29 begs, fr-sh. )aal r^.:e;ved ] 'Jor Hit by OJ8SNEIR i YOUNG, 132' Cfcatiwawl. | The Rochester Weigh Lock - Messrs. Daryee and Fonjtb, whose manufacture of Car, Hay, Plat form ar.d Center Scales, 8agar Mills, ftc is oneo" the most extensive in the c mntry, and who have received premiums on their workmanship at two successive State Fai-s <>f New-York, one of Miohr g?n, and rne in this City, have completed a Weigh' Look which is pr m iirtc td by judge* one of the beit in the world. Tb.9 foiiossing are among many tes? timonials it hits elicited: Trial of the Weigh Lock 8cale.?The e'ormous scale of the Weigh Look was put to a severe a?:d thorough trat yesterday, under the direction c!" th* co-rp-t-nt *nd e?icient weighmaster, K chard h. Howell. Esq. One of tuft largr-t class of w tat cuu losdrd with 3,690 bushe',- r.f whest. was pl?i ed upon the scale '.n the morauig was found tr. weigh ??,- lbs. 1 i the af.ernnos it ??- w? p'acei npoa the scale aad founti-to wemh precisely th? same as im the morn 11W lien th? welaht of tl.e boat and cargo had been accurately as cei-Vained, fifty p. m o sealed weights weis placed upon the deck,one alter another, ami in every instance the increase m la-hnj was accur? ately shown by the ponderous sra'e. Wh-n this ?m done ? Isrge lumber61 pets ?? : leoflectedto Witnesstar*einertments,got ?p<in Ibe deck, making -Jie whole weight upon the Vale 103,700 ihs. \\ ten the weight waS a?. ura-tely asce.t-ajned. the men cutectxl upon the item of the noat. and ?ea-nup m'he bow. and were again weighed. Their charge of position c?n>ed no variation of the scale. No te.t could have beee more satisfactory, and no scale could hare indicated the true weight with greater precision. [ r.x hester.Daily Amer. Fram the Buffalo Commercial Advtrtbcr. The Rochester Weigh-Lock 8cale, con* stsiktso bt PraTir.. Fo.sttb * Co. Roc.SSTn.-A recent visi? to the City of Rochester, aheidy far f?med 1 r the extent ol its me chamial produ, lions,very naturally u/.roluced us to tbe n-w V\ eigh Lock Scale, but lately onstructed by Messrs. Dcatu Foasita XCo. andiutendedtj meettjje purposes til" the proposed Erie CausI Ea Urgrment. V> e bad bears much of this creat work, and from the known char acter of Rochester m-. bar. sm we were prepared t > expect much in this exhibition ol this last peat specimen of her handiwork. Nor were we oiherw ?e than agre-auy surprised. We had no caincsptjon Uiat in tbe manufacture ol Weighing ma. hinery so high an altitude to? ward perfection could be gaiLed or so much eertainl> toward finil re? sult? could be arrived at iir depended upon?but when we saw the Scale trsvrrse, acd heard tie declared we.ght pronounced by the Weigh-MasU-r in terms ol such high-toned confidence, we f?nad that we bad a right to expect that same precision ol accuracy from its 11 august author ty"as is looked lor in scruples and drachms dsalt oat by a lean and hungry spothecary. While its capacity equals 400 tuns, lesser weigh.s are *s readily determined, and la all instances the same just conclusions authenticated i>d established. Its adaptation to the purposes lor winch it was -iesign-d. is greatly enhanced from the sim piii ity of cons' ruction and mabhless super only of workmanship and finish. No ell rt or expense seems to havo been omittedfrom its in cipiency?it* rongh, utmewn shape, to its entire and final eomplet on. Il ia indeed a:triumphof mmd over matxer, and while the oenobler, rapt as by map.rat on,:.? naturally called upon to eiprcash-s aim,ra? tion of ts colossal strength andvastness of properttona, he seem.-, to yield his hear y as.-ent to its woi.der w ,rku g p-.wers sn.i unerring ac rnrsry < f ? I erations. Cor.r.ci led with this great work are eight in mi levers of ponderous and massive cone ruction, we-^hing about -i,**! pounds eiicu, suppoi cured b> wronj ' Tier- are also id,' "ere it s-r-tigth, ported. rrnile bow!' Hie cradle i- I'-.ruie i ..fiie.uy oak uinlier, e'ghty feet .n lerclh snd twenty feet in w.d?i, heavily bolted ami secured by means Of wrought iron bolts. The ncain bsu?K-ate of- raaaed ca.?tsu-e! . -,i v.- .y. ?? -lid upon wbi. h the i-nuie Hi Ui n ol tbe tea e it^pen-ls. i nere are e c.lv cast iron cha r?. of great weight (an-l which i? r-.-arded i< a valuab ? mprovtmsnt |Srmty seated up.-i. each particular column^ -ind to wh ch the severnl levers are inspenhed by means of a heavy yoke and clsviee. The plan of the boar ngs s an entire new feature as applied towei-hinc niarlunery?by means of an ?perture through thabearirtg ei.doflhe I.-ver a shoe (socalled, is introduced resting upon the pivot or principal bearing, which may te moved or graduated at pleasure. The entire connection with ?ach distinct lever is so armored that they nay all be raised simultaneously to a parallel line through the a d of a nut upon the connecting rod, 0| separately, as it may please the operator. The Suspension rod running from the two connscling levers, ?nd of about eighteen feet in length, is very ingeniously ap. pliedi for by moving the slides in or out upon the connecting levers, ihe wnght of the Scale muy be partially adjusted. A counter-batince acting independently and of itself is calculated to overcome the ne? cessity of the ordinary method ofbalancing the cra..!e below. There are a multitude of yokes, devices, liaka, swivels, bolls and other in? cidental appuitenances which will not near proper enumeration. Lergtbol scale.so leeil Hight ol scale..1; feet Width of sca e.?0 leet|Tunnag?.400tuns The entile weigbtof metal employed in the cointructinn of these Sca'es.and whi. h we gather from records ouen to public inspection in the Engineer's Department, equals S3 tuns we.ght, exceeding by several tuns any known structure of.ts kind upon the line of the Erie Canal. The estimated weight of the entire Scale, (comprisingboth wi od and iron material, ns about 7h tuns, unquestionably ranking as the largest and most substantial Scale in either hemisphere. The beam is a rare spec-men of mecianh-al display ami architectural skill, beautifully and tastefully adorned with appropriate emblems and.de? signs?upon the poise or working slide winch moves upon the beam by means of a raci and pinion . indicn'.in- with such unfaltering truth fulness the just weights upun Ilia .-aia'e below) msy be neun the huge and brawn1 arm of Valcan, with sledge in haul,seemingly impatient and ambitious for further and continued eifori in hi- " line of trade," while Justice, with becoming modesty and unshrinking in her devo? tion to right anil Wrong,holds forth her balance as.!'determining opin? ions as they exist in this busy world of ours. Most generously, and in consummate good taste, have the enter? prising builders of this gr*at work inscribed upon the most conspicu? ous portion, the bearu.g end of the beam, *' To the Hon. .Iac>h Hinds, Cat al Commissioner, We.tern Divuioo Erie Canal Enlargement, New York." And as if naught werecomplsta, where almost superhumaneBbrt or great mechanical art would manifest its triumphant ascendancy in molding mtn use Inanimate sad unconscious matter-e-ournatij blem. the proud and towering eagle, sit, majestically enthroned, heir mg in its beak the simple yet taUsmahlc motto ol our groat Stale? ' Excelsior." This is perhaps one ol the most Important points to the inland mar i?er upon th-whole line 11 ihr Kr e Canal, for it is hsre tint he is first SQbjecled to the rsreful watch fulne-s of the Canal oat! ers, ns he bears with him the niigl.-y and boundless products of the entire Wettern Wurl-.f, seeking a market is, thai ereat gate-way of com? merce?the City of New. York. It is here tl-alth* jutl weigbtof his curgo is to be established, und hsyon'f which there is neither appeal nor redress. Withn convirtion that no argun ent or menace ran remove, we un? hesitatingly pronounce tins. " The Rochester Scale,'* to be the grea*. eslandmost corople'e work"of its class in the world, and as years and ) ears pass by, the ceaseless clamor ol a thousand tonguss will speak their token in praise of this most wondrous achieyement In madern me-chsnism. That a generous and inteM-pat public will unite in their discriminations, and award M --srs. Duryee, Forsytk * Co, the full measure of a deserved tribute, for the perle.-tiou and finish of this the model scale if the world, (for we understand that the Canal Commissioners with one accord have adopted it *4such,) we have neither fears nor concern TUSCARORA. Meessra. Duryf.e U Korsvth's Masufuclurln',' Estab? lishment Is at 15 Water st. R'inheste-, S Y.; their P.incl pa. Dfeput and Scale Warehouse, 2f5 Poail st N Y. Jt NNY 1.I^D WALKING CAWES CANES MOUNTED with abeamllul bustof Jonny Mnd in gold srd silver-greatly admired by ?essr? Bane dlct Btiletit Rnd Barnrnn Manufsclur-d, wholejale and retail, hy W. & ROSE, 37 RsBde-st The subacriber re? spectfully calls the attention to the following: Irvino House, Sept 7,1350. PtR: I am reqtiested by Metsrs Benedict and Belletil to return yi u their thanks for the vflry beautiful canes, sur? mounted bv an elegant bust of M'dlle. Jenny Lind, pre? sented by you to them. And subscribe myself, Y<nr faithful servant, P. V B ARNUM. To Mr W. E. Rosk, Silversmith and Cane Mounter, 37 Reade st. all) iw* WASHWG MaDE EASY, OR HOW TO WASH CLOTHE8 WITHOUT MA CHINES, WASH BOARDS OR FOUNDING BiRRELS. (R VRlilSa UNSUCE3S AR Y). Bv Madame Besvelt, Patent French Laundress. Seventh Edition, Improved. The most Popular Work ever Frinted. 32.1100 COPIES 80LD IN SIX MONTHS. ' nTHIS WORK is really th--. most useful to housekeeper* A cf an; ever Issued. It gives plain Instructions about Laundry matters, that enables one person to do a large fam? ily "?asnlng In a very shun lime, without ualng pounders, rubbers, machines,acids, turpentine, amonln, camphene, or other offensive articles It bants- es all WASUINO DAY TROUBLES, and mikes the once dreaded day of suds and scolding as pleasant as any. It Improves the appearance of the clothes, renders them as vrbite as snow, 'ears off no buttons, requires no brjrd ialior, and saves all wear and tear. The pamphlet also Instruct* persons bow to wash Calicoes or Cotton Prints without fading. Also, how to make starch, and clear starch Laces, Camb/lcs, etc. and how to Iron them in Ihe French stile. Also, how to renovate velvets, closn kid f loves, remove mildew from linen, grease spot*, stain. 4x ite. These aie tbe greatest and most valuable chemical dl* coverles of the age. My method Is adopted by all the large hotels, laundry establishments, steaners, first families, fee. A.c. The instruction* are *o plidn cone can mistake them. The articles used are all safe, agreeable, cheap, and can be obtained anywhere for a few cent* Mv plan Is the CHEAPEST AND BEST IN THE WORLD. The work U ?- nt by mat! lo sealed envelops of single let? ter postage Priceop?y $1 per copy. Read the annexed PROOs- ik the city OF new yo*S. PUBLIC CERTIFICATE. "We havo tried Madame tJKAVELT'8 system of Wash Ing, and consider It the best La the world, and worth more than U asked for It" Mrs Llpplncott, 102 Barrow-sL E. Lyon, 472 Grand-sL P Cnzzens, 104 Nassau-st. J. Hooper, 106 Folton-sL M. R Kluss, St 2 Elgbth-av. H.H Jo??j?on, bookkeeper 103 N**?an-st Tnoonnds have tried it and could be named, but space is too Cosily In this psper to aid more. To avoid Imitation and counterfeits, be sure to dlrecl ri or iette soriend to Madame BE AVEL'P, Patent Laun? dress. 43 Ann-si New York, postage paid arid the pamph? let will be forwarded 117 the first mall. Thousands are sent ?7 mall every month. No person is authorUed to *eli ihis work -without a written cert;S:ate of Agency from the Proprlef r._an23 Imeod* 1 IMPORTED OARPETUTOS, FOR THE FALL TRADE. V'MITH !i LOUNSBES.Y are now recnMnf their sue. i Spiles for the Fall Trade, cncslstlng of ROYiL TAPES? TRIES. BRUSSELS IMPERIAL, THREE-FLY, IN GRAIN snd other CARPET1N9S, comprising one of the legest, most complete and desirable assortment* ever of. fe-ed In tsls market Tbelr rnrtluses belog made entirely for CASH, affords Item ao v&itagei In making iolecion* iliat but few possess, ano ersbles them to sell at the loweit possible prices. ? Etgl:shTapesi.-y Carpeis, (rorri I,ss to 14s psr yard. i ' t "Su Brussels Garpeu, from Ssto 10s per yard. Er.?lubThree-ply Carpn*. fron 7s to 10* oer yard. Ac ertcan Thiee-piy Carpets, from *t to 9s por ya-d. .. .gllsb ar.d AmcrtcAC superfine In?r*!a Carpet* irom 1 5s tc7> per yard. i Entl.ihar.d Ameilrsxi fine Izzriln Carpeu, from !?to5* per yard. Comrron Irgraln Garret*, from 2s to 4s per vard rii'V'r.^ IV&'.1'- ct P^fin^sskand Ao.-erkin FLOOR . OIL C LOT HS. tTom 3 feit to 3l f'etwlcte ! l'RLUUET.'NGS, 64, ?-4, 12-1 an-! 16-4 wide, with a e. Oice sjsonreer.tf.f all oiher goods connected wlih ifje 1 bec- equalh luw. SUITH U LOUNSBERV, '-l*' 4!8 Pearl-it. sitth Csroei s; >re from C^at'nam-st J ( LFGKOais HAT MA;;UPAOTOItY W LLS -iVa Lsptitirc Hit Manuf ciory, Elgbtil ave r iir. fi-^r hrnie ?i rre Tweciv s'i'.b *t we?l *lde 'Per bavivji L'ghiun Suncet* or Fiat* can Invo tfceai alWr Inn fc* !)'>?;?-?ta; e,-.vlihout Lny appearaice of plec e.v: t '1 i.'nii isiment. s7lfn* GBEENLilAC II KlNSLt'V, WHCLE5AIaE DRUGiilSTS, - CORTLaNU-oT. Y New-YorX ?23msod? rt -? o"???!?* efO.--? Is on advacUetrou* term* r,,r .i AlLEIis.COL NTRT MERCHANTS and MAKCMCTURERS. 2IKGEGTJSEOF J CAROTHEHS & CO No U WOOD-8T FIFT8BI.RGH. PA Of.l,ECTION!a imdeona!; the prtndpaj Clitssj ot ( o L t.ii-d Slateai R-f-'enca in N?W-Yor? iiesa't -tltr?, Lizle* i Ca 52 irVaJ!-*t ?MitU _A?OTOW JALESU_ B OAROINER. Auctioneer. THUHSPA Y, I 9th. ?H 10 o'clock ?! tbaSsJe* Room, S33 Broadway elegant Botewood and Mahogany Fu' nliure China and Ol??? Ware, Rlci B< bemtan (1 ?od? kr. rcrrprtslrg a large and valuable assortment of the mMt fasblorsbie goods rflored Ulla ?ea?on, viz s f-ne en?r r s til of elf gabt roeevtood furniture, covered In ?atln brociui', viz; 1 toseword icfa 6 cbalra, 1 fanfeal. 1 do desdtros, black walint chamber furntiurt*, extension, Jtnlng and tea ?be?, French and other ? ?.???>:.)? Also, black wal'nt fu.nlmr?. vi: hurear.x w.shsiai ds chalr?, JtC Ai?0, Frei cb ChtLa, rich Bohemian ware. Ac ?11 ? QARl/INER Auctioneer. BY BALDWIN ?ARUIMKK., store S33 Broadway, cor Anthony-**. tST Particular auentlon will be given to ?alei of r*?rvy Gooc?, Porcelal?-, PalnUnga, Ac. Also, Furnlmre of fami? nes fg'.vlr g up bouse- keeping Alto, Suvas of Manufac torer? tc Ail of whlcb arn rwr^.tfully ?ollcitad. Havtcg made an arrangement with Mr A. C. TUTTLB aa hl? salesman he hope* to merit the patronage of hl? friends and the public. Tel i?if At Peivat? Salb ? Diamond Jawaxar, it?1 Braut Pin, ?nperb ?lngle brtlltant of the Sr?t water, value 1 at 8400; 1 do Finger Ring, Sil?; 1 do do, ?86; 1 do do, ?75. 1 do do, $7<v?ju?t received, and of the laie?t and mo?t f??h lonabieitjle of setting, and wlQ be told at price* much be? low their value. Al?o, 1 ?uperb new illver gilt prise 8word-co?t, 8425. A. 41. MERWIN, Auctioneer. By BANGS, IlKOTHkR 6v co. ?tore 204 Broa?. way. Particular attention given to the ?ale of Private Librarlee. Cush advance) made when desired. Noticb.?Tbeeopartnenhipof BANGS, PLATT A CO. wa? dl??olved by the death of Mr. PLATT on tbe 8lh of May ia?L The hu?lce?? will be continued by the survivor* under tbe title of BANGS, BROTHER A CO. New-York, Aug. I. I860. REGULAR NEW-YORK PALL TRADE BALE. The Catalogue ot thlx tale, which embracoi the mo?l ex lenilve variety of desirable dock ever offered at a Tra<le ?ale, I? now ready for delivery to the Trade. The aalo will occupy two entire week*, commencing with the Book?, On WEDNESDAY MORNING, Sept 11, Meura. Thomru Cowperihwait A Co. ? Invoice will be fint in order, followed by the lts's of Meura. Le* Jr. Blanch ard; Pblillp?, 8amp?oai Co ; Llpptncott, Crambo k Co ; John C. Rlier and othw?, forming a choice collection of the motl isJeable pnbllcatlon? THURSDAY, Sspt. 12. Thl? day'a ?ale 1? unuiually rich acd aitraciive, embracing tbe extensive contribution* of Matin H. F. Anner*, lb gan Sr.Thompson; Wllkln* Carter A Co ; Gould; Kendall k Lincoln; Tap; an, Wbtltemora k Mason; Crocker A Brewtter, G. P. Pumam and other*. At PaiVATk 8ale--A great assortment of Wrltlug F? per* ; Letter. Cap, Cut end Flat do on the moat favorabl* larmo. Bookseller* and country merchant* are Invited lo tall. at Patvira Sals?Bohn'? Popular Library Serie?. - flouplate mis of Ifceta very desirable and ?elect worin, ar? ion offered to the trade and others, compelling the Stand srd Library, 31 vols; the Sclonttfic Libiary, 8 vola; Iba Ae Hquar'sa Library, 13 volt; Die Clusical Lltrary, 11 vois ?3d the Illustrated Library (new ?erte?,) Including Lodge* Tortralls of Illustrioui Pcraonages of Groat Brliatn. The volume* sold separately If detlrad. A new Hat has Jus) iseen Issued of the rarlou* works, and may b? btdatCk* store. Also, Lardner1* Popular Lactaras on Sclenco and Ar;. HvoU, 370, Ewbank'* Hydraulic* and Mechanics, John ?;on'* Farmer*' Encyclopedia, Qnanon'* groat work oa Milch Cow*, Tbaer'* Frinctples of Agriculture, /Aoa'i Songster. Renneiit'i Boubla Eut-ry Bookkeeping, 8vo. R C. KEMP, Auctioneer. TPLEGANT FflRNI TUK K, riANO-FORTE8, JCw Mlrrois, l'aplt-r Mache, ?leb China 8ierltng Silver aad Sliver Platail Ware. Cnrpets, kc. TO MORtlo W, (Tho ? day), September 12 at 10 o'clock, atthelsr/e wnrerjoin, a&) Broadwsy. R. C. KEMP will ?eil at auction at a roye, by order cf the A??lgnee?, and other? whom It may concern, the !arj??t assortment of rich and desirable good* oflerea at auction In thle city for jear?. which oder? an opportunity for thoae wtihlng to purchase a luparior cla?? of ro?ewood and mahogany parlor, drawing room ?nd chamber furni? ture, placo fortes, and other rich housi furnishing art'clc?, ?o dorn to be met with except at the -calabrat'd manuf?c torleiof Fr?rice, Eugiand aud New-York, and whi.-h bav. Ing been obtained at a great co.t, will now necessarily be sacrificed at auction. Thl? ?nie will compr Ije an extraordinary fiaa m?'irtmeut of csived rosewi oil parlor furniture, en ?ulta, covered In tbe verv riche?t ityle* o' tatln brocitella. crlnnon and ma? roon *(lk velvet,'Jic niewood, painted and enamelled chamber furniture, en tnlre. of lh? riehen ?ty!e?; mahoga? ny parlor, dining room and chamber furniture, of very hani eome ?lyle? and of the very be*t qualities: together wlih ?everal ?nperior rotewocd nl?n"-forte?, of vary rine tone and finftb, and will be ?old with the roaksr'? werran.oe ? Alio, iever?l do/en of ?llver ?ncooa and fork?; together with rich ?ilver plated end CMnaware, mirror*, caroet?, Jic nuking altogether a vary ?itiactlve ?aia, and the w!i Jio of which will positively be sold without roierve. C?t?li gue* On lbs morning of ?ale. Good* may be ex? amined Hie day before the tale. Good* ptlichned to go out of the city can he pecked for (hipping. nil Ills* J W. BROWN. Auctioneer. HOrSEBOLDEl IIMTBttK. PIANO FORTES, Oil P?!nilr.g?, Encravings, Ac-TH1S DAY, (Wel teiday.) Sept 11, at 10} o'clock, ?t 91 Broad rvay, will be ?old at auction without re?erve, an extensive assortment of genteel rosewood, mahogany and walnut furniture, ein. brarlnjr elegant dressing bureaux, washslands. bediteads, marble-lop and other table* sofas, tete a tetes, lounge*, chain, rucking and easy chairs. In plush and hair cloth, hair maUreuei, cottage furniture. In (Uiti, lie. Also, 2 su? perior roaewood piano-fortes. Also, a number of oil palnt ii g?, fine engravlng? and a Spanish guitar. A'ao, a large variety of useful and omamemal hon*e-farni*hia/ article*. WM W SHIRLEY. Auctionear. Crockery AND glass SALE.?THURS? DAY, B?pt 12 al in o'clock, at lbl Wiillaui tt. purerap to'y csih isle of SO crate* yellow fire-proof ware. Also, white granlie end blue ware Ai*o, lno boxe? \ aud \ pint presied flute tumblers, the whole in lots to suit debtors and grocers. stl 2II?* R. C. KEMP. Auctlonser. HOUSEHOLD FLHBITfJRK.-On WEDNES? DAY, at 10 o'clock, at 20^ Wait Seventeenth ?t naar Nlntb-av ?R C KEMP, will tali at auction aa above the furniture contained In theabovohouie, contlsting of a good assortment of psrlor, chamber and kitchen furniture, one excellent parlor *love, carpets, So;. Bale positive, rain or ' thine. *102tl** CLOTH1JNG. The JfiNNY LINO ekc1t?.1iewt which *eems lo extend lo everybody and everything, ha* found Hi wav to 61 Canal at also, where It has cau*ed BRODEL A BELL, the New York Cloak Makers, to put forth their greatest energies In making something very styiiib in Ilia way of Opera Cloaks for tha forthcoming concerts, and we would adv!*a the ladle* cf New-York to goandseo wha'.her or not they have succeeded. alO3l* MEN'S AND BOY'S CLOTHING AT WHOLE sale and retail.?Over fifty thousand dollars worth of fublonabje Ready msdo Clothing for sale at low prices at J. VANDERBITTs, 81 Kulton-*t Alto, a large a*?ort< ment of faihlonable goods, which will bo made to order In a ?t? la that cannot be surpassed. No. 81 Fulton sL norh we?t corner ol Gold. *4 lraeod* Clothing and If ailoking?Immensestock of fashionable ready-made Clothing of every de?crlp lion?l.OCO Coal*, from 81 to $5 ; 5.W) Ve?i?, from Si to $4; $5,000 Pant?, from 81 to $5, to mes?ure. Cloths, Cas ?imare? and Vesting*, embracing everything new aud fashionable. A fint rale fit always guaranteed. A tingle trial will convince all Twenty per cent, leas than any hou?e in this City, for cash. Remember the name aod numbc. MICHAEL CONWAY, ?3 3meod* 143 Fulton it. near Broadway. Shirts, undershirts, drawers.? Purchasers of goods in tha men's famishing line, call St BANXAY'8 GBNTLEMEN'S FURNISHERY, whore von may get any article In the line. Shirt? and Collars of the lateat ?tylei, made In the beat manner and to fit any per? son, no matter bow difficult to suit. Under Shirts and drawers for ail seasons and cllmaios. Also, Cravatrt, Slocks, iuspendera. 8ocks, Giovei, Handkerchiefs, Gowns, ir e. Ac. Goods sold as low as any concern In America. No se? cond price. Remember SANXAYS Gentlemen's FuraUhery. 14? Will'im-st one door above Fulton, opposite the Old North Dutch Church. au!9 lm* _ ?%aREINB bleachjid SURTINarV *J 200 case* York Premium*. Wachuaett*, Dover ami American Mill* sunerfine SS??! Inch BhlrUngs. Also, ex tra-?nper 97 inch Shirting*, lor aaie by my*_NE3MITH k CO. 60 and f2 Plng-st Stark bulls drillings.??00 ?aertaga? brown, bleached, *!ate end blue, extra stout, end cm analed In perfaeilon of manufacture. For sale by ?r*_NEBM1TH A CO. 60 and 32 Ptna-e*. Fins: unbleached cottons.-??) btiss Rfcride Ii.and Palo Aim, Rockingliim, Hooksett, Med' way, Hope Wtiiham and other style*, for sale by ?v?_NE8M1TH A CO. 50 and 62 PIne-st Blank2t8.-Colored Mackinaw, Negro, Bertb, and me different alzea ribbon-bound family Blanket* of American manufacture. For sale by J731 NEBM1TH k Co. 60 and 62 Plce-*t. Bleached cotton8.-2.000 cases, comprtf-E* s great variety of style*. Saltable fo.- ezportntlon. jy3I For tale by NE8M1TH k Co. 60 and 62 PIce-sL Hamilton shj8eting8.-60 case* 6-j and 12-S bleached Bbastinga. For ?ale br JjSl_NEBMi'f H a Co. 60 and 52 Plne-#l Ashburton flannels.?*) casaa of tbessj superior Canlon Flemnel? lu?t received. Fo' ?ale bt Jj3I NESMITU k Co. 60 and 52 Plia ?i iu, tuusr, ?.is??*r s_-.c ijc?cit ^lotcj, ro." SSJA by "7II_ C 8 LE BAB.ON. s/pin*-el BKOWN SHJCETINGS,-1.7<i bale* BallsbnrT?? gle, Mohawk VaHey, and otber style?, lorealalow by ?TU C. B. LE BARON. 5* Pn BLOfi AKD CANARY PRINTS.?A and superior UlJcl?\ fsjl colors, for ?aleby B^'- _ O. B. LE BARON, M Piu?>:l el_.4 Bi-XACHED HUiltTL1GS.-l.Vo c?*^ Hcs ^ + ?nd low prtc*! at 3 to 6 cenu, for ule by c7"_ C. B LE BARON. ? rino-*t ffREKN PRINTS?6? raaes green and blsca snj ls jtmct; ?ad bine at ?4 to 8 eeqta, for sale by ?*tH_ C. 8. LE BAROX. in Plnc-st J> A BL?ACHED SHiRTIN*jW.-16n casasiow. -* p lead ?blrting?, comprising a variety of stylet, fer ??!s>>.y (niySl NErftf ITH k CO SO and ? pir-a-st BLUat FRINTS^-lOOeaae* adamVablue aod white and bins and orange Print*, for sale by sayll c S f,E baron, *a n??n "bti^r- jPBlRIU BROCK W4T, | saciu?unto cltt ( ra"? B A. Fahnestock iCo Ne,w.Y0Tw_ ' Hup k Toons, Pniladelphle. C. G Hij<iy, F. M. Howe?, Willi 4m Ubimm u h ?""?"on, Plfshorgh_?Vta " A. J. UOWNESl ?. c?" commission ivterchantb SACRAMENTO CITY, california. Heftreneet ?n A>ir> Vor* - J 8 T. Stracihan, 74 Rrr*}. ???.-. , WUl?"*, Bradford & Co. 14 Coniar.-d-sL; Heer? Sheldon k Co. 124 Broad w?v; Sou'hw .?rth, Siswsoo kCo.l ConUn?tp; J Ii. t N. ti Orts wo In, 91 Front iL; ?Jhso k Roger?. 226 Front *t ; Hyslop k Coffin 43 Front ?t | Co*?. IngkCo in Soatb-?'.; E B Lttchfieiil et Co. 60 Pearl-tt ; J E Trippe, 12? M?lden-Iarr> | Robert Dod, Newark, N J.: Qewr,? Cartta. IHtca. N Y_?Ol7 *ca? isthmus hotels. ????? CKtas. t AKD ( PANAMA? 'S >HE IRVING HOUSE, at Cbagre?, WaEaceW. WU 1 llam?, assisted by Hug-h Sillier. THE PANAMA RAILROAD HOTEL, ?t Gorgoca,an. der the mentyement of A. B Miller and J. F. Conger. THE AMERICAN HOTEL ai Crucea, under the niar> s^eiaenl of E R Fulger and H Sillier, Jr. THE UNITED STATES HOTEL, at Panama, under the management of Adrtao B. MUler Je! DkCtf / ^ A1.1 HI H (N 1 A.?Trai'tporiatioi vror?t;'o I sthmus of V> Panama?ZAsyMtUSSON NELSON k CO Ol P?u? ma, are now prepe/ed to tracsport freight acrot* the lsta mtn; but each racaafe mo*t be of porub e sl/.eacd weight, sud property covered, a*'/.. N k Co are not re?pon?'.b.e for damage or accident la the tmnsl'. Ttie charge, of IraniDoitatlon to be pre-pald la New-York. For farther pa tlcnlir*, apply to a7 im? K. '/ACHR1SBON k CO. 89 Wall-st < X. BALL'S VSGfCTABLE SYRUP, fors? O.cure of Cholera Morbus, Cho.erov lofantum, Cr-jupa, Summer Complaint and all Diarrhea* and Dytentery, whether recent or chronic. AJ*o, hi* Cholera Syrup, a cetlaln cure for Cholera. The*e preparation*act by che ml rally neutralising the acrid poisonous Said which causes these disetse.s, and hence eflVcl a cure with astonishing qblckness and certaluy. They are perfectly hartnle*? vA (iinllko the usual rernedle?) leave; the system In a rjealthy ?t?te. Alto, the proprietor'* Treatise on these diseases and on " Cholera, considered aa a polaon." Sold whole* ?ale and retail at hla office, 152 Fultoo-tL N Y Dr Ball can be consulted gratl*. The poor ?applied wtiuoulcharge. Certificate* from the following pbyaMant and other* who have n?cd tt may be seen at tho proprietor** office: C. C. Hammend, M O. 129 Canal-st N Y ; H. Rlmball, M D 521 Bioartway. N Y ; Alex C'lolon, M D "\1 Houiton ?L N. Y ; Mr* W.Greece. Ill Broadway. N.Y ; Mr. Geo Dax. bar ? Ann.?u N.Y.; Mr. U M. Lee, 179 WUll*m-?t. M.Y. au23 lm*_ Ml' DICATKI) VAlMMi, M/l.PHI'S, AN,) 10. DlNE6ArHS.-E J CAtilUtlaL'Scelebratod Bath*, 45 Barclay si. are highly reco-unie-del by Dr* Mott, Steven', Macaeven, Boyd, Neilion, Smlih, Dlxon. MtlletL and other eo.tnenl Phvslclac?, a? a mo*I *?fe and effectual remedy for cold*, lntlaniatory and chronic rbouciatUDi, Mercurial d'.teatei, tu? and enlarged Joint*, liver corn* plaint, ptin In the choator ?!do, DHnrnlK'^deafnei*. Mthma, orotrhtt?, pln.ple* on the f?ce, freckle*, tan, *alt rhenrjj. Itch, teuer?, ring worm, barbery t'eh, ory?ipela?, and all glandular, cutnnei.us, or eruptive complaint*, arising from impurl' le* of the blood or a deranged state of the ?ystem. no 3t* UK. Kl?.! f! ARUNOSN M VRU l'-()ue of the beat remeolos of the age. Dr. Rlcbardion't Syrup, for chol? era, cholera mor bu* and summer cumplalnt* and pain in tbsj ?tomacb. Bold at Dr.Traphagen'*, 380 Pear!-?t ; Charles H. Sing, 122 Broadway ; at the druggist store Mi do ; Bobert A. Su:? l Bowery: Haydock, 2i8 Pearl-at; also, Mrs. Ha$ i, 175 Fultoc-st. Brooklyn cltv. |el ?m PAKHUVabLK UYimOHAVtiltJ [N8TI TLTtt?Incorporated by tlto State of New-Jersey, for the cure of dlsesies by the water treatment, having been enlarged, can now accommodate a few more patients ? The resident physician Is a puoll of Iho celebrated Prela nttz. The mild climate and the purity of ilia water offer great Inducements to those adlicted with pulmonary or rheumatic diseases Apply lo SAMUEL WESB, 53 South Found st Philadelphia, or at me Institute., 10 rolle? south of Philadelphia. *5 lwc WINDOW SHADES. LOOK, AND READ! WINDOW SHADES AIM) COKMf'aTH. ?s? II BaRTOL'S, 176 and 177 Whilam-st between Beek n/an aLd Spruce. We have the best, largest and richest assortment. Call, examlie, ?aiUfy yourselves. The price of the different style? will Induce >ou to purchase. Bhsviea exlitblied with pleasure. Remember? ?10 lw* BARTOL'S. 175 and 177 wmiam? ??. 60,000 WINDOW SHADES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, VV eiolebaub AND RETAIL, at greet bargains, In If lots to suit purchasers, from 2s up, et 458 f earl, roar doors from Cbatham-st. Trimmings, Cambi tea, tic. for the Trade._?3 im*_W. O JENKJ. window shades. KELTY k RIKER, 131 Chs.tha.j-xL call the altssttes of all persona wanting Shade* to iholr auoruneat of Shade* and material* for making and hanging Hhades. Tbey make the beat quality only, and tell at prices full tt per ceat lost than any other manufacturer* All Shades warranted not to slick or curl. au VJ lmDStWA JNJJOW wHAoas: GILT CORNICES! DBA PERY MUSLINS, kc-Famiitoa about mrnUlilnst their windows with the above articles, will find at J. 0. WOODFORD'S, 255 Broadway, the large*! and beat as aortment In the rlty; several new styles never before Intro, duced In New-York. Lace and niuilln curtains, drapory, tassel*, loops, pin*, hand*, cornice*, kc. Families par chasing of the subscriber may rely upon getting a first-rate article, scd as low a* it it po**lble to Import or manufac? ture tt. Merchants buying at wholesale will find It deeddedly to their advantage to call before pur.-.hulng elsewhere. al6tf J.C-WOODFORD, 295 Broadway. *^?ytAm;i!a. 2TI? O AR ?l FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY". capital g^OUjUOQ. oppicb 56 wall-iT. THIS COMPANY having lu capital all paid in cash, will be prepared, on and aftnr to-day, lo Insure Build? ing?, Merchandise, Household Furniture, Vessel* in Fort, their Cargoes, kc. against losa or damage by fire, on too mott favorable term* of the Fire Insurance Companies of tbls city. niRKCTOBS: Thomas Mareen, T. C. Dorumu?, Cha*. Corey Taber, 8 T.Jone?, Simeon Draper, Daniel Fansbaw, John Mortimer, Jr. Palmer Townaend, Peter Naylor, D Stewart, T. B Coddlngton, M H. GrmneU, W.Whltewrlght.Jr.Henry CogglU, John T Johnston, Chas F.Damhm*LUn,L. ?. Cornau, Jacob Little, Ja*. L Varlck, Ezra Wheeler, Washington Irving, Wm. H. Wlsner, E. B. Brown, John Bridge, Wm. 8. Bend, Ed. Elaworth, T Tlleeton, John W. Hoyi G. G. Smith, Jo*lab Lane, Bent. A. Mumford, G. S. Robbins, E. W. Dunham. T. E. Davis, L. B. Loder. W. B. BEND, FretldenL L. G. Irving, Secretary. an24 lm THE GHOOERS' FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, Office, No. 81 Wall, corner of Peerl-aL N. Y. CAPITAL ?200,000. r* 11.118 COMPANY, having their capital all paid In, la t cash, are prepared to Unsure Buildings, Merchandise, Household Furniture, Veaieli in Port, their Cargo*, lie. against loss or damage by lire; *l*o, the Risk* of Ireland Navigation and Transportation, on the most favorable terms. All loste* prornpt'7 adjusted end paid. DIRECV0R8 RofusBtorv, Moses Taylor, Sampson Mooas, Peter Martin, Grorgb ?loer, Cub. Burkhai.ter, Francis Skiedv, Henry Eokv, Asa 8. Portrr, Jas B.Wilson, Alex H. Grant, Wm. R. Foster, BenB Bherman, Marshall Pepoon Iiaac C.Taylor, SAMPSON MOOBJS,President. J Milton Smith, Secretary. 27f t/bj THE MEROHAWTS' INSTJRAWOE OO. Of THE CITY OF NEW-YORK, office cor. of Green wlcb and Dey ttt. over the North River Bank. Cash capital, SSM'.W 0. Insurance against loss or damage by fire. CRO WELL ADAMS, President George W, Ravage, Secretary. Je20tf rVHK NErV.ENGLAND MUTUAL LIKE IM J SURANCE COMPANY, of Boston, Insure* Uvea on the mutual principle. Agency>4! Wall-st. Jaanceey-Couri. G'iersDtee capital and net accumulation exceeding $360,000, ac d tr creasing? for benefit of member*, present and future. The whole se'ely and advantageously invested. The business conducted exclusively for the benefit ol the persons Insured. the greatest risk taken on a life $i0 OOQ. Surplus distributed among the member* every fifth year from December 1,1313; settled in cam, or by addition to policy. Premium may be paid qu vterly or ?eml-tnnualJy, when desired, and amounts not too small. In a Polley for the whole life, the Insured, being ander Ibe age of fifty-seven, msyp?y annually, for five year*, in cash, not over one half, and interest nor.sully on the other half ol tbe premium ; If over that age, three-fifths, a! ieatt, so to be pod, and Interest on the ruuislader. Form* of application, and pamphlets of the Company ar>l It* report*, to be had of the agent, or forwarded by mail, It written for, post paw. ^ Tbls Company has complied in every parttcolsr wiib uw laws cf tfati State, re?pectlng Comsanie* of ouW "JjgJJ doing butler)* here, e-'d the Agent ha* ? etaactv? tbe Controller to that effect DfRECTOR*-. Wlllvd FfjJJilp?, Y?lif.nLr cannlngbam, M. F Wilder. Che.. P. Cujiw. ?Jt( w,taVrriglii, Geo. H Kuhn, V/m. W.Sto?? vvm Rayrnond Lee, Chas. Browne, Tho*. A_ Pex'er, * Wm. Perkins BfcOOKLtrt ^Ig^E Wall-st ?. Y.s. d _oir,'o No. 6 Me?^^*L" it Li Vorth, Pre?i 43 Fulton si SrooHjc yTm ?o9 ??r A O Stcvevs, ^"_"^',hisii i i-'-inn i 5*r rt) Irs FW* ^?'7"- ...... 21 (1Mb? Ums*"'1!- ,1EC'm ?!o ' or l" Varfe-gat'd Colt aTw-?e. IrUl'i. Utee Oil; MetiT win-. 4iso. ti> tii-i.Avf as.. rt:i i :.t of H?-mp Wrap-^f^ fwn.e of all 1 z- ? FlsTt and !'.-'>; f >r stun by tho-'?.et. fwir-cf "'j.-' r">ut? eo i-.i-r j. Mlmecd' * TttAVy.BS k <~0, H Ma'dei lai-..