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BJUSXIYESS HOTICXS.
No. 90 Fourth- Krtm Arroa Placi
?W H PltBBBW . hav::.r ret :r- < ?! :r aa w 11 ha
dud of toir?e*, will open tin R.'.ur Aradetny for the rw
c+;iU<m of pu t* a ?u Motidit. September! Mr II will '>?
happy toasc ras p ?. 'a. the ? ;r cnl?. sod the dlb
Iv rtmeraJly. ?t their aarfaael convenience, p ? kpM ? ?
?elf to maintain the ie-pecti: i a ? ...
t.a? ever minted. -. It*
WliOO. THK JlsTTiK?NibiVa f.ar.ie-n,
No i7|ftio-dwi .?Fa!l?*yle'.cr.ti<-*ian'? Mal? r.->w reilv
Ken ??her. an ferr.'le'o he resl'r ebaae must be r-t.lf
rood? pric alone M IB Bei 111 <?{ .?'??? ch?apue-* r >r i
deterehle iind el.rant Hat eaJJ i-n W'eo. N < "-"B asdway
.Nibli/a Garden A.n., < sp*. cane? and BWaWWeWW
Thi New FabMi b fob Gbittlsmcna
Hst- ? w'aarioi HarTm.- M teUWB weir
New style Har>. for the r*vi sod w,i:-.?-r tYaatavar amy
bare I een the merit of Baaheeea bBhaetn tntrudaood, <r !
a'tr?tiv*rie?s , f tthen r., * -?:!???? far I lioai an 1 rsnty
?if appurvo-vue?. durruty aad aeaauty afeoalonr, l!ui ?<ir
laat is brmnd'.ueatiori. i.r.rim ? ' Wiks KS*,
Na & i K* ad .it. lev :r Ii -isc
Hat FntSBSas' Union.?Ea -on ragethii
enterpi.?. i a A ?.,* ?, of ...i.f.! H .t Mat.tif?
and .oh may d? ;< nd apoa *-?"?? ???? l rht e'eewad and du-a
i !e Hat. ?urh a oae aa * *. . ; r : md | eaaure
to wear Thaar maadmd pnoae ? i aad It. i-.-r store
u located :*t No 11 Park-row. oppoaui the Asxir tu'iw
?i 3t*
f i?. n t I.K v en'- H\rs. Fall FashiotM?
iui -The aabarnber respectfully iitorma h ? friert J* sod
the public that he ? bow aeeaarad f r tne l a I trsde ? tk
an riUwn re assortment of ffV.a and f'apa, of the Pall and
Winter ati l?w Huvmr hail the food koctea*. heretofore,
Insecure the nattronare of a hberai pedatte, he wonMtaka
Una opportunity ,f returmoe his ? i i. re t ? ? - ' <r fie
?nine He w>mM aim aaaaia them that no effort oa tua
part will he spared to inert its < baa im ?
Wilium BaMr?. No IMCaaai-el ,eoc of wVreter.
?F The style of Hats at the Union II\t
eiTOaS. No. 'HI >'.It'Ti-at., is, bj I 'rnpetent judres, pew
nournei) to bathe moat perfiwt ? f any sl?|e that h i- let
maile in appeaianee . while the price, $3 >j. is decnl?dlv
the beet hat for the money sold ia this r its. and PBKaWAB
' halloaeea a ea)MaaWMaa with ?nv hat for that pric*. or aay
%A Bioadway hat. Hata lor $3 that cannot be surpaaaed
All that is hsktd is to ( all ami u jiume fur i laiaabraa
al a
Ht v a Hat.?This is the srtason fur
pmehmnnr a Hat. aad f M Hat to pun haae is oneKaun's
tail -ivle I.... . at it, admire lt. tr-, it on. ami m I wfl]
? ?rtainli hus it Kiox n prepared to do aa immaaaa trade
thia FaB-bis ftt?k af Habi i?r aarpaM aft ual of aay
Hatter in town Plica aa aaaal.Foar llollan Pmlwathaa
particulara imjuire ut No I u. | !? n--t
Oni Pbbtb, Oni Qvalitt, urn Yovn
Manri'" aTaaTB Baadeia. v ai atteatioa for one mo?
ment to the fmi. that tboee u aatifol I > i Hati, m'r daoed
by LO' kmeamt. at the Bnmdway Hat Store. No 371 R oad>
way. are a moat decided tmaroreaaeal on anyt unr iatba
eh a tie of gent s head-eear that ha? h??ri broufbl before the
public far iaepeetioa lea many a pear Iti abayaal ?tyie.
I ? Dutiful. Iirlit aur ?i tai-arHiiee m il eieellent material.
Bad for the small -urn of $3 render it I BMltei i cefmrity
that they r aonot ba eieeaaa or e.,uHl'd b) the i.e?t of am
They fuirli paleawyapaiaioa at debaace Call ami aee for
y ? iraeerei and he ocanacad 4 tue facti
Obnin*! Sbcbbt.?The tiade)aiiiarj irho
lames an adapt in the CbJaese sty Ie ilictntine what ahull he
tka fashion and a-sunnrur to" lewl" tin |.opiilsrtaate,rakes
rstber ariiitrary rround Oama iieionr? to no such self
?aamaal tAajati "| He ip*. md prod ore a baad-eorarraa
Slid asy to the BmBKmable worhi. " The m; its,BadyOO
mast wear it " He imrely pr.?iuee? , erbbai t the
eery Im>sI material for A4, ami rarvteo the pabla topa*l
their juilanant aaaa it If a", prob r adifli real wodi
la prepaied to suit all taitr? at ihi mmaraawaBable pnc*.
Ii is in Ibia -iir that he niters kll leautiful Pill Hal I r
\M\ It is lie luvitmc an iadepeadenlopmioa fr in bwaam
l asers, not n. BMaaaaBanaa upiaioai for tbam, that ba
bus made his ?m in the world
Gi.siim, Nu ZU Broadway,eppoaBaSI Paula
W Espcnbchbio has made a decided hit
with his Pail Style for tail, and now ??amN -. r.
in the h?best rank amoaa Iba Haiti n "f New y ra We
baraatased the market, and caa rocomrm .it aetabliab>
? nt of Mr Rbpsmbcmsio. Haatmli i? i Iba choacaa
that eaaat procarad. aad the beauty, e.se aad aleaaara
of the fabric beyond criticism. Call in at N i lal Naaaaa.
criier of Ann. lad see if his S3 M hats lire not belter mid
l.ntier Ham any $1 hs'a in town
IVLbabt Co.| Lbaobrs and i I
diiieraol Paaaiaa Sm OeaaJawwa'i Hata. Ho* i I aad i
Aaior baaae, ibkr7?B]. ptaaaal laate QttaaTaaLT PaTTaaa
TUf Gkntlbmbn's Hai--. Kall Sttlb?
Biain cm pine ami Naaaat ala an atta the ittaa'ioa of
hate?awaaeti ami lb* 11 bla to beaew snii of ii?t fur
thesuiuinu season It will ba mtrodoca I ua Tfaaradatr,
Ibth uwt , und ail pesaabla >4 eaaaaced ijualrt) ul iatinc,
ami ?in ebaeaai in proportpmi aad nniah
An i mil lilKD.i u Pine ami Nasian-st.
Datio*s Fall Sttlb Hats.?If pou
want I Hat that is lieht aad easy loth* head, h IJ "I W P.
Dana, Ha 3?i Broadway, near Daaaa a raa] art pro.
u .Ol.oed Ihe most hi iiutif .1 Hat-vi t .Crialuceil (livi tutu
a call ai.ti If] om ti kW i lesant II Ba
Mbauo's Fall Sttlb.?M balio's Fall
style of Hata is the note, and the ladies in-isi that thev will
not liuve Miyihiiu: to ?a) 10 |*Btll tie n w ho weir in. Othl r
ami. ol bead-ft al As IBs Isdam are nil potaatiawBaf
they deli inline toBi i tamplwb, it is hut fair la IBppOOO that
theie wBI he u rh ni noli ba
Miivi to -, Ra no Baoadamy.
f i' A I' Su m Md A Co., will opefl
then new Mme | | Momlai. (lie Mb '<< Sept nevt. when
lheyvsillotleil.il sale a new and allaBBl st.? | ..| Hr.
miill'iiiii i Qaoda.Bc .importeil eipte??li for the is-, asiiiii,
to whi'b ihev its ectfttUy cull the atti ntioa of then Inend?
Bad the pobbc lllosuam . I hnml.el? and K' a.le sta
nu3v 7l*
Hi N assai -s i?BooWnukera' Union \sso
Otatiam B N.is.Bh ie? kt liaiter. p.t reta.l tor w hoiesale prices.
WATBiNs'a way of doitis, buaiaaaa i~. the
i.iil> nvht one, vi/ lomve custi nei. fall} the WOTtbof
i heir ii om y nud sellout au Ulfen, i artli U>l Sttanaers and
oBawaa waatma Boms aad Baoo* that caa hedi arndodoa,
are lecon mi mied to cadi at in Pallia at at Stood
Mbna Fvbnishinq (iiun)??\t Whole
aale - Ihe aubacribof iaritaa Cloth,us. Merchant Tailors,
nml all lu akan in I araaaaai Oouda, to ataaaat bit Sta ?>
'The wniit? of tat City trade, ta the liae, faUy aral iii.li
mid ut the lowest miitkei pines 'or < ?-fi Ntv.vAY.Nn
141 William .1.loorabovt PaBoa-ai -lit*
To tu k Ladiba.?The I ad is Rubber
H use <;i,,\c? are bob ooaaaidered a requisite fu tur,
Ukdl wl.o Hlti-iula to .|.,n estI, atl.iu? ai.,1 an im.ilui',,. n
pfaaaaBaf,iliaaaada mail kiada ,i roiurbenina work,roa.
danaetAemaaaolt is velvet, and imivrywhili Puraala
low ai Hi i , ii, oi k \ l.Miutt: 11 kx'-. No 317 Bruadwai
a. ht*
ri*" Houst keepers. And sllothi rs,ifl want
tat Baaaaae, Bidaliafbi. Be . woald 4 ? ar*B to cad st M.
WikAaaa i old aatabhsbed Wararotaaa, IM Chatham -i ,
eoivin iu Mulmrrry .t .vtn. re mb] as : ? lad Iba ivim -i i?
eartment ,u irtiekm Ba ma bae.aaree aaarad to lb* pabl e,
aoaamtiaaol Paatbi i?. Beda Mattrossw*,ai Patent s, rr*
maBaaadaaadCota.wl ilmsJ* indratad au9 lmlStTAaS*
To Sot Till kn \M> WbS rBBHMBBI HANTS.
?I wiU) eaU, ta dealers. Mat laavia'a Oaia Gabbt,
ad wholesale i r ces. which will insiir. l mhI pr,, ,ts. Ihe
Bead let ntat.oli ol this l'.>,|?U I'sn.l. 01 lint , sb read must
know Mk- a Jaavu, Nu MC Broadway,
??'?'t? PnaatpalOSk*
Shibts rHAT pii Infallibly.?The nte
lk at ,,| mi ?Mit.ia: adopted ut QBBKB'*, ?I i a-t..t H
aaaavaaa Sj %rmm amfJaaaaatlral rsartabatj rbaqaaUtyoi
the maiei Mal aad the aemlbrwork ?r, uaanaalad Aul.it
II.even Baal when a set at SAtlta are promised Us*)are
?ein home
tlav*" Fbntons Patbni Flint Brambi
a an> Wbaleeala aad Batail i>. - t, Na M Br -adway
a ii et i't.i.cf si Kkm in a t'*ss"
Jpiniv Lbad. Careaiae RousseL, her
iwwat aaaara. aad all Iba ladlm 4 Nea y rkaadBaaataa*.
I >. are p.dlleiv ie..i est,M i, sw?s| MlLLBBa Sboe Starr in
i anal-st II baa leen aa .'at re. i and detoralad, and is now
the most hesuliful e-lahhahnieul 10 this crtv, where ladiaW,
?maaaa oikI i hildreu can lie aapfbad withOeiler Bj.|? sod
Sh,*? of all Ihe various ?ti les. e\, ellenl ai uuallll and
niuO. rale iu price WuB rassassrl,
J ? Mit I lk\ No 131 Canal it
I- \i.i.Kt? t\ Bbothbbs.No, 156 Bow
?rv. fourth d.sai alms, Brooaas W aad No im Grand ?t .
amvad blork ea.i ol il. Bow?By, bavs the pbwaara af aa.
I, mi n? the pub! . that thev ar. s, ;',iiu
l>o baa pbaSaedCiwibail LoafSstrar. ?t font abjUuaaaaad
sitlVOCv ml sevni i ,
AK.iher kind, of Beam .1 Svvrara si the Beflwer*' pr* es
OMOovrimicul J.,.1 ??rr ... :.,.?: ?tt.c.r m loar
teen lire (ser isain.l
ti.vsl Java Corlee at ,Hie shiLiiij [art poaad
Firs! .1 llltj Y.UIU His,.,. I,., . ,A. , r I
> irst oualuv Oohoiit Tea. at tour ?hilluus per p al
FitMoua.it> knj.-l.sh Breastast Teas. ? ?h? an ...
pound '
The shotv Teas cannot t* surpsvsed b\ snr Teas retailed
si. ,'.<- u .ikel
Sii>ruii>t old Wines ,b.I Btaiid i? .a Jra tarht sud d
ts>ttle?
Para Blaatbi i Lami Oilataii. .
ra* l'i,', i a-- ? v.
>abtma varv hands.-me i rushed Loaf Suaai ?' t ,ur shi.Uwr? ,
aaanaMvaaea bar aaraa ;s-und?, aad a .- tarn ? ,?..,!* ^;
Broken L.wl Su*ai. tree trv - ,! - . it > .' . -seien '
poumu. at auk, a BaoTaaaa, No ijf I ?. -. is \
*-W Gimtd-sl . where even art.cle void ,s w ... r lalad 11 BTTI
?mire aaiBaaMMa
Nv?a j> YvtR Timf.?T:?i' whole iv.s
Seas wotld ia in a natr ?< f*?SS 1H> *** n ?"t- :>""i. I
hales and pa.-s aar- in ? '* * 1
those I ,.aja will iu a frw .lavs be pro) arranced on the
ahaktwaa aftaa ntaaMra Bar raapactiou Armvor tk? rasa the
carpet drain a are niakimt evtensivr arrsaacenieiiu t.>r :ai
Pailcann a.?it. Memrs Pi KBSO* A HcaraaaT. wAm
extensive sli r* is-u thr cuner o| Hnssdway and White
* .bare bow ou hand a meroinoent aaaoitBMBt of the niisw
apJaadid |s*tteroa al the at st q saty. ? kick ihey are pre
latnlts. tb ?t reassiia:-> let -
FUMBJ Otar*ClrOTM?Well BBBBOBBaJ and
.sr'l. fA, s. 3s per varvl
ISte* tAread Brussels Carpets atS*
TaVbae pn ?is>d < alts st Js.
Bai civ X V
Ns. tU PCATI It
st >w Near Chatham.
Mi tsiNbsv?Those who lU siro u> ilirtuse
a kaowledste of vbcir business sbruu.l.tn sst al tb*aBMW
,.r towm, or in au? sm-tion Jt dwtrn-1 in ::ie , ntr? a.-i re
?wa tfuJl? ootltied thai V B PaJJaBB a ta* Aseot. doll . -
taunted bv the : r.V! letor* of the beet Ne . - .,, | a ?
States in ik* I'Bion. aad aulhonrrd BJ t.lem t.. rr, -:-. |
recmpt lot advertosrmenu sad sulw-nptama for tbvir n
*-mctive papers, upon Ihe smne teims as are exse'ed by
iKs-o. Now is the tioie to uivttr the Fa"! trade Omoe ta
7Tkr TVi1"?*? Build n i
r?' A R- dacti a of T.? ?.? pei
cent, on Entlud- aid A mem an l/t^ennl Tinea PiyCar
t*t??, Hearth-Rue*, flan Od-feithi. a* . ?t Ni ?1
Bowery. Hiesm ABDEa.tos'*. The lar*e?- and eh ?ap-at
aawrtraent if TTre.. I I. (*r;et? la be f.. aa! :n th t aty.
:t dwpleyed in the eight ? * Sain K>im? of that
faa-ou* Carpet Km;,,nu;- l'rire? fr im art I *.iiC ahil
l:ne* per rard A*M '?>'? haadn d and tfTf PBBSBB of B*w
lall patterns of p.rr ; :. C*r;etmi at foar ar. 1 tit* *hd
linr*. also, OkVCioth a" three, f"ir an i He* n*? twr
rar?, and Bnri.a Q Dragtet* fr aa otm t" four yard* w*BB
Tli* m?t aaaVaa ? : e-metat* eeer dTerei in th*
l/rnte.. s'ulft
OmCI or Gl ! r !8f I*s f > (
.Ne a-y K?. hep* 1. lAi' I
Dirnnr?.?The Directors of this r,?m
oan> have thia day declared a wmuDB dividend if >ir
pa* r-^nt . i itar-re and after ta* l?h in?t
MM I MILTONSMITH,S*s-r*tary
Albany Dct hmas.?'* This sprifhtly
ahert ha? juat entered aasfl it* third r durn*. with a new
.?lead and outwar ' " ' ' ?' " ,:" of ltl" w't??
and TiTaCKKja patera in al! the lenrth and breadth f the
- .r.e-r.and we v.nr.r? le a. | thai theaaaarl ? ararra- :i?
?rf the Kditora are ni >re ertenateeie lea than th'we f
any ?the- indiefdca ? I the ptwfBmBaa "? 1 hat ? what Ta*
Eflectte Matrzxnf tayt f ".'.at popular ^rn U. and it ta n i
m-re than wna? it de?-eve* '! '?' ^*"?iti th.a week
r. mrnetirea a new M ?' '. a. K n in. e. ? r thai rnwsd au?
thor. A B Street II i? en'i'.ied " K'.anin.e Hift. or the
Delaware Baf ?rr an. tad the auth't a name is en > nh to
. r.i nrea? that wi? \+ i'iteres'.nr TTM DaateAma* ?
f,.r aale at ad " .r New? !)??:.'.ta W.-.;ewal? t.-eaU. Dti
ti.k It Br lifSB. n . i3 Al a-et
To BrCSTBBS am? PuBLISMBBS.-I'he
?YrwTOB CoMraaT re*;ertfallv rail th? atteotirei if P-:n
tem and P'ihl aherat'. their UBproead Tyr* and Stereutyyaj
Platei, kr The lmpr iTerr.eai: r.,.,?:.t? la e ? Bg ' ' ? a
e/.;.ja"r fare, at ahejtjl Hkt4l iM "uhl.t. Ml IXBfa, aothej theUt
durability M imreeeeal e. d ree, pt iptartiea ' i the - I aw -r
tenarity ..f'..; ;*r nerrv-e me'ai. wtiirh. v-r-.e. ,ne '
r..' axaatrSjaaaai ? - H ite I Fl ? thai ??aeV Bjel it
will at ow e le [a?rr?eiTe(i Unat a thda (ae* of oopner aaaat
five extraordinary eiwluranee t.i print.nr eurfvee. Bad et
penetire ha* Mrfpiwred ttKat to be tM cut* TbaCoot*
pany hava aer ured leite'? pntent f r the .m;.r"TeTnent. and
they are prepared ;.? re' e.vo and eyemte irderr at their ea
uhbfhment,? North WiBtBia-el . Mew-Tort
TbefoilowTtie paperaare prated ta the eapper-nMsed type ;
New-Y'.rk C.or.er and EaeatraT New-Tort D.i. IrA
ur,e. H.,*t,.n DailyJaaraaJ B at ? Tlaf. <i Otr Union;
aVatan Pietonal irrawnnr H/emi Coanpanioa; New-York
Orran.and o'heri NBwTtMl CtMPAJTr.
,etl T .ThaStf t North WilUm-rt . N. Y'
ft? StraMOBBS and CirrSBNI are invit<o|
to vi?it G. W Tt TTl.f. - Kvroktim I f I'o rOOOM Me
3Ij Broadway, when BMJ ha aeen. in endo -? vuru tv.er. -y
ihan lintMH ofKBfBaB, rreaah.Qernaaa aad Ckuaaaa Kanr.
Vt are. at the 'toivt reaa nat.'.e prirea, who.e-ali- and n-t-i i
New and beeatifn] i. - h] .?. rv mini fr j-. Earn t
Tat?iaa aa alaaja aali ie?a MMi *J
Havana anb Pbincipi Cioabb.?James
S a M UK. No. BB Broadway. " Krank Im Buldinir?,'' wovld
taanaetMl) inform hat frlerala ami the pablil . tri it He baa
u vt rei eiveii a largo aad eery ctKMce laaiii I n i id 11*? uaa
and Praeapa Ciaaia, if taraaai hraads, wh* n at oSaii for
?ale at reaa na'de Biieea, eitln r ? holeealeoi retail James
laDtin, \'Ji Biaadwaj. 'TraakBa Bu.idmca " -l a*
Imported Cabpbtino.?Pkter><>n A:
Ht iiruiii
37h Breadwnr. tuaye* f Wlute tt .
haee )iikt leeened. |a-r , Bl .el ahip New V eh, id I I onal
?u, hia uf i ah aed i Im aid Talial. Taiawliy aad Bi aaelt,
to ?hieb they iBvitt I he attention of the pehbe and nier
i hanta from the tMraatry, bh r.m- tin m our Btei - w P
faToraMy eon pan att.'. all .thr n now in the taty WaoBai
thBin f fl 10 ;a r . . nf Mai ?j 1*'
Ttii New-Yobe Oboab?A FsmiirCon.
nanion ?Thia BaUniei and lone tttaMaahed Kamilr
P?;*r hau laeved t tie iiahawnaded Btror f the th oinnde
oi ajoaaatM ithrrlea in whn ti it 1? takta The wiv>.?,
BaOtfeerB. aiatem and dainrhle'? lonr 'or t . weekly v.-t
The jneenilea aeta tneii penn.e- t.. -ub-. ribB Raj it. .ml
wnen it- day nf n>ane arnvea, i hey are Impatkval for T%t
Orocn The K eventJ rolaavekt jaat tyoataBaaoed?afaad
i.ii.i to aabecriba Oalj tl per r< u
BK< m;.N A1iIi a rn . N" I N ? in ?t
?2 r,tl)l3iv\ ? DtractlyoppaattA Bt .ell oiae
Gold Medal Trusses ?Benjamin's
Beaaa RpraterTraai, Re I] Beid.in-.n -t. - artlretle*
hralecl tar Ra dajahtlrty aad tacoaat m eaiiaf rnptttrai m
joa| ?tamliiir. iawon wrthaaae,aad wtthoal in aryto the
bpiiic Pre-Miie triul'iati d f i - d :ua ra?e a! pie i-ure Sit
daja' liial tliea. aad Hoaer retanad, il not laaafactory,
BbbaRVOr ok Ttbr.?A LeSqoid Dye fur
? oloriat the hair, whlahara,ke .a beaaaaf .1 t.r wra ? rblark.
Il wnl not wear'it. Mm the linen ..r llaia ihe ?kin-n.it
wnl nve Ihe hair a l?i.i< ful. permannnt and aoft irloaay ap
paaraaoe.ao natural that the eloaed aaaaiTBi eaaaot tell
ibat dye nai aaaaaaad PTa?arad aaly byj M Staih
It Kn Cheinist Sold wholesale, Hi .In'I' \ Ctl KlIttB
B Co . No 81 Bar? lav-s' .and .1 .N I (,'"[.PIM. rnN, No.
Tit aVoadway, aad No MtHndaon-it.,N V . Mi? Ho-.
Brooklya I'm t ? ? bM MM
J3T We < :ill ihr Rtteotion of readers uf
/ .. /? Baal to an aiUeiti?einent in another i ..lunin. of (he
Moi main iMdAN LiNiMBBT, tot the i ure of Bheomatiani,
Neuraigka, Gout. Spinal Aflecttoaa, sprains. In ,paitiea
larl) to the leytitiiaie of Q (i EVARa, Eaq.,aa ixteaart
I pholrterer, No t) Retkaua-it., N Y
Nkw Ci uk por SALT RhRUM ink BrT
sI i'll a- - 1 hi ?e diseases nrevsd lo a tnurh rrea'orBXteal
than is BeaaraOf auppaaBB, as laey at : esr n -o ? ary aad
eartOlll P rill* , b< t w e laaiB 1 hat tt,eie ia an infa. I lde r. me
d. in Dt Waavi i'i < aiapoaad Salt RheaaiSi rnp.totethBt
with the Cerate Si< ib> Bdrertharaeal fat aa theroolatnn
of the trait ?onderi.il. me ot a well known< itnoa "f ov
v t< in its. eflei t ualjv. a .nie bj t beac niedu rial B
at StSRTa Bapwat R Co., Aaaata, ms faltoa-Bt.. W Y
ft' PlDDI bbs irb YRNDIN0
Son i vile stutf, pretemlini:
'Twill ml yon oi laeerti aad vermin .
i isymt a ? like LroR'a,
But nil 'h..se w he trv oa ? .
Toinurh Raa BBorewin aeAeraatae.
Raa are ' Do m.t use it.
should vim iatroduee it
In ehainhi r bi naatry, or atore.
Vou mm sv si, i,?. late taaaat?
Kills and Howdei yOB d BOsltRl
in Broii.lv. .v it Koi a- rwEBTr-roi ?
Kriminal nfles Ibt the sale of LvoN's MagBBta Powder
aad Pills. No tM Broadway. MM*
tV Htatt's Lipr Balsam again Tri
rar a ibt aViiaftila. anth alesrattd throat, aaouth and
i or tue Alt p Martai, No II Areaat k.waa paiafuU*
iSheled lor years with the a' ov I dBRTBMUMJ COBtplBiat,
\s im I, ii,-tiimat coaJd reach until aa had laBourc* to the
Bovibbihb Lm RalbaM, ? Rra bottle* al ark i
field hun from all pain, heal nt even .1 er Tl.. Hal-aiu
Mthe MOBt OBrtala r< <>; .:> t-u rbeuinatisiu. ..'rof'il i. neu- I
in'eri. km*'? i rR, BMB ill ail di-eas, ?. pill s, BBtala, :'un laa,
ind Blotche* aa thi (ace, harher1! itch, ami all di?.
i'owin* from cte.ii i" , or'v of the hl..o.t It remoraataa
foakari taint Krim al idBce, .No :n Bowery, uetwaea
Grandaaal Rrooaa*-*ti Agenl lor Bro kl) . Mn Mu.s
No I7j EatUa st Tj i, nts a isttle.
! T; Dr. Hooeland's Grrmar Bitters,
;raaatad ay Dr c M .i* k>in, art istir r>,s aad
BBMBAf ear bmI ralaabl* aadiatBai iBeaeaao] dya i s i
it BCA* Ilk* n b(b*, sir, i.t'henui* i In tone ?I the at uii.i i,
BUBialataattaedtieatir* pew*r*.aad . naa radd .?? ? ta
to the i heek and I imhtl.ess t.. Ihe en I here are thOB- '
sards m laiaeonimuaity who ran l**lify to their eirtaee,
sod thnmaaaa will haraaft** mM their teataBaai a It .v
D Sam's. Mo, lie Pulton st . and C ii Kiso No im
Broadwaj. are the Atents i r iln- C v
WlEELER1! SHRRR1 WlNI BlTTEBS.?
Thct'itv Inspet tot's Kei-rts show that IB* in'tilitv .
ihartl.ea, and other Is wrl I'onii'lainta. i> r*l ? rraat this sea?
son These ettraoidinaty Bitter? ?i i preeOBt ' iii 11tb
tl.mi with BBtnUkl MrtaiBtl The B' st malls i t l.ttl*
thraa to pa teat BMitucine*. aaa tat Dr Wrcbxbi iBaarn
WBM Bitte'? are a.in at umvetsallv u?e?l and warmly
praised there Even the Temperatur PhrakClBBI 1*0001
n.end them a'tl-ov a C" . No *7 Kult.ui st . art the
BOl* a ptlit*. wholesale and lit ail. |.<i New Vor?
\ Ciniink Mrdpoinr.? Iii?' Oxygen?
ated RRtart have ao a^tml a* a bmbw BMaRcme, and m rf
ooataiBBBo bbtoboI it aapaaMRy adapBadte tin dahrala
txautaatioa of foaaalm raJfcttaa. Pram my deraataaBiai
th* BBtaral raartami. n mknim r irree^iianty, aarron*
d< lullt v. Be
v raamhj a R a i - Btada. IMlfalaa>M; a L Sc.wdl
Bt'o 3ia. and C H Hiiu; IMRroadwaj . and tv Dru*fiat*
fenrraily mtl.. United Stair*.
IP Fowlrrs tt Wn.i.s, Phrenologists
Btid Buhlisherv Clinton Hall 131 Na**an-*t near the P*ri
NN 11 u. Patmaai Maarttaaa.?The ar
rStBaTOaseat of DologRleats Syracttae eaaas
t'll nil day yt^ttniay TaWrC was vorv lit?
tle interest in most Wards ; Hidii-dv RMBsed
U? ??are much akiux wko wein, a* a gePWal
thiiiL.'. and but for "splits" in lbs lid, \ 1th.
lX?i, Xthand XV11 Ith \\ ar.i-. tin\lt wuuid
have been no sort ot t xtuteinent. We cive
the RSJM s of tliose elected SO tar as R t have |
heatil.
BsMR rr.>ra.vt. BsBBIbMbSSR
1? Aica.inocr H aVat?U, D.unel Lord,
?? Oaa a rvuv kiiiithaiii, Joseph T Mill*.
M J. nus \V 1 ,,ika lb. Jas t. Moifatt.
?11 rjaaary J RajraBaa . fararr SI U-aCi
..Gemrga B Daaai
N TU.. KtsVrt T Haws. Ed rar T Rvd.r
.-' H Ho-sarl Hawr, ujirir r Kvdtr
la..I ha*. H Suaoaaon,
\ Ot-aAl.ah Newcotn;. S.tr.r: \fy;:>.':.
mi Baaadtiii lew.?. ji .
Mil Isaac t? I'uker.
XVI. Mvses Mavnard'. Er.isttis Bnxika.
..Luther t t arter. Gao.1 NXntt
Three Districts rMMMi Wan! Delegates
only, and three i,llld, Xth and .Wt.i) we
ha>e not heard fioni.
m
Catalat ML, Caap,
Will aftt r.d the NatioBa! Free 5?,'? ron
vt-ntion at ("leveland. Ohio, on the .'Ith :ntt The
toi:ov*in? MtSSCl v>l a private letter recent.v re
cnvcii Iron: hun fho.x> that he ?battauo .at or
heart nor hops'' in the cause of I uirersat Free
coin ?
?'Vit canvass i? v 'a ismI I "Bve receive! but a tew
thousand ream[SJ7I ::i BtJ Sara comity, .t M true,
but a great end is gained. I hare first a< hiercd the
l.tsrrty ot the paBBB, sjaj row the iree-Jotn of deaate.
? TLe reign of terror' in Keiitu, ky :s no more . a otr
meaeaf yarta it p.*ntr<l. that iuua: at latt make free
in\ own BBttrt .:
NEW-YORK TRIBUNE.
NKW-VORK*, SxTI'RI'AY. BUT. %\ Mh
Cif Ati?trti!imret? f.?r TV T-I'M .!.- ulit te
For Europ?.
The T" S Mail stea-r.ship Ht .1 inn. ?'?. :
WaVOB, will leave this port TODAY, at noon,
for Ltreipool Th** Bkmi WmnVg; TrVataac, c n
tair.tnira!! thf* latest ntrwi tro i. Cob*, esa ;.e htd
at the Desk This Morning, in wrtp: ? r* 1 iy
W r mailiBf _
QPOut Stories of Editorial articles spce
the Fallacies an-J Frauds of Bri:i-h Frei T \ Is
has been lnternptcl for several dayi bj the
pressure of news an>i other rr.atter Weprint
tins morning the Bananafa of these artielea . it
will he f.njniJ "n the sixth race There aTt Itdl
two OX three articles to complete the n riSs
The !\>?s of ihr lornins.
The er-jture and execution 'f Lop? 7 trf
the Spanish authorities are fully eon?
by "ur telegraph reports (Vorn New-l Irle u a
Ho was arrested on th" 99th of Aujust.
taken to Havana OB the list, and garote I
at T o'clock the next iTtorrring,last Monday,
the 1st instant. The GrOTCrnment have 155
American prisoners in custody, who, it is
said, have been sentenced ta the punishment
of the ('hain-cans: tor ten years. Thus end*
Ulis ill-judged attempt, on the part of our
cuuntrvmen. at interfere nop w ith the poli
tical affairs of a foreign State. Delude !
liv l.tlse representations, and takiuj counsel
of insane exeitement rather than of common
.sense, thev have become the victims of
enthusiastic folly or of wild rapacity. Let
their terrible fate serve a.? a lesion of wis?
dom to the hot blood of young America.
The TrstfjaaJ] in ? uha.
There is no longer a doubt ?iat Lope/ is
Utterly defeated and executed, and that his
brave, deluded follower's have all perished
or are now in chains. A VCTJ few may be
still hiding in the mountains and forests,bot
they must be few indeed, with a desperate
chance of ever regaining their own country.
The discomfiture of the expedition i- com
plete.
That the somber of the killed and the
prisoners is exaggerated by the Spanish
bulletins, we confidently belicTt. Ir Menu
certain that Lopei was DOt joined by my
considerable number of Cubans, and W?
think his whole force could oot h ave ex?
ceeded six hundred combatanta. i>i these,
probably one-half were dead and the resi?
due prisoners (mainly wounded) at the date
of our last advices.
Would that WS could hope that the lives
of these prisoners are t?' be spared '
While Lopes was in arms on the island, and
his success not impossible, seventy niight
be palliated . but the necessity lu> vanished
with the peril. These misled, pi rhapscul
pable, but brave and unfortunate prisoners
have suffered all but death; surely this last
drop may be spared tin m In the name ef
Humanity, snd even ef irise Policy, we
would entreat the sann_' of their lives.
And yet we fear the worst. Probsbly
they have not been able to hold prisoners,
if thev took anv : and if they were com?
pelled to execute them. however stern the
necessity, a bloody retaliation is certain.?
The Spaniards are not a merciful race, and
the news of the disgraceful, barbarian out?
rages perpetrated on their Consul aad other
Spanish subjects by the miscreant mob of
\ew-0rleans, Will have exasperated them
to madness. It would be hard if OUT un?
happy countrymen deluded into this invad?
ing expedition should be called to Miller for
that cowardly outrage, yet m> it mat be.
? Surely, a mii>t boh be evident that
the Cuban Creoles do not desire Independ?
ence enough to fight for it. and if not, why
should others risk their lives 111 the cause '
If the Cubans who have been promising
to cooperate with Lopes had possessed one
spark of generous feeling, tin y would have
n deemed their promises, even in the face
of ' latain death. They had no njht to
draw back when our eonlidino country men
had thrown their live.s into the contest
Every 'Patriot' Cuban should at le;i>t
have nutignted the bitterness of the
death-beds of these devoted men by dying
?Ith ?mb. if the invaders could have
felt that they had sacrificed themselves for
men worthy of the offering, thev might
have closed their eves serenely and joy?
fully. That consolation was denied them.
Who will henceforth court their fate I
Li t us have no more Ajuaa^raAataaa by ,
violence' If Cuba belongs to us. (as we
B s
think she does not,) she will come to us in
good time. ? Peace hath her victories not
less rt nowneii than War.1 The growth of
our country is abundantly rapid, and needs
no bloody rain to stimulate it. Let the ter
lihle lesson just taujhl our people be dulj
weighed and heeded.
The Trouble- in Nicaragua.
Central Amern a has Ion.' been divided
by two parties called St rviles and Liberals.
Of late vears thev luve Lasen frequently de
nominated Conservatives Bad Radical? ?
Reaction.*?* and Pxeagxoaairca. LateeTenti
have Bhich Changed the relations of these
pames, but their ina^teC** are yet the same.
Thus in Nicaragua, in f.'lation to the dis?
pute with England about r--K Mosquito
Shore and San Juan, the Consert Jtives fa?
vored submission, but th- Radicals re':il"
ai.ee, or at any rate non-concession.
The Liberals, for some years, have been
in possession of power, and. aided bv (..en.
Munoz.an able and eificient offcer. r<*S'-ue i
the State from the chaos which follow, ,' the
dissolution of the old Confederation Gam
aTCBt z reduced the army from an insolent
mob into discipline and order; restrained
their excesses and made them subordinate
to the laws.
In the dispute relative to Sin Juan, it
J was thi?orrc?r who expelled th - tVgUstl
after their Ant -eizure. H* has crise
quentiy since Ueei, very shasxiena to thai
interest, and m -re aa leas hostile I ? th -*-<
disposed to concede anything to EafrUaa
pretensions.
In 1848 ths cocKeaaetaatate. by :"av ?ring i
rotiber rhiaftsin, named Sonza. in order la
I emharra.-.- the OoTriiliWint, aooa Ion: him
a power which threatened to be toned
ajamst Ibenisehree. In this emergency
the] tailed inGen. Maftoi ;are.-I'minn
; was made, ami the robber fiction. (>v means
of the unmn. effectoallf put ?low .. The
apparent fu.-Mn which thus took pl.t.-^ re?
sulted last Spring in tlie* election of Sr.
Pineda, a moderate man. but always idenfi
ticd with the n actionary ; a-'v. to the oiTice
of Director. Gen. Munoz aad the Liberal*
gem rally acquiesce,! in the choice.
Bat Pineda araa surrounded by men who
had not forpott, n their ><M animosities
a*;.iin>t the (.crcral who had once aared
them from destruction. They iatrigaed t<>
procure his removal from the command of
the forces. As SOOU as he discovered their
iii-sati-frtetion. he not only avowed his
readiness to resign, but actually did ao.
Theresultaraa disastrous to the peace of
the State ; for there are manv Ui-diaposed
hands of men in the eountTT who are only
kept ia check bj, the military arm. They
aota cOflCi PN d that they would enjov unuiii
I nitv in their disorders.
The proprietora of the country, alarmed,
I requested th at Mnnt /. be reinatotod : the re
I quest was refused . whereupon i Commit
I tee of Public Safety, on behalf of the
Northern and Western Districts of the
State. themselTea took possession of the
arms. ami i onvenmj a majority of the As?
sembly, decreed the atiapertaioa of the Di
rei tor, and placed the Executive power,
temporarily, in the bands of Sr. Allmnza.
SeniorSertStor. Pineda and his friends.sup?
ported only by two of the six departments,
Wi re unable to offer anv re-i-tance, and tied,
or were sent Out of the country. Albunza
organixed i Provincial Corfunaafiil, rein
?totiag Muftos in euaraandof the army.
The opposition membera of the Vastim
bly, that is. those in the Pineda interest.
nut in Granada, snd aeleeted Sr. Montene?
gro as Director, who also proceeded to or
gnniic a Gorernment, tnisining such of
Pineda's men as remained. The he.nl
quarti rs of tin- party is in Gnnadn, and
thej an inure or less lupported bj the De?
partments Meridional and oriental. The
Albnnas party are Ut possession of the cap?
ital, the archives, the arm- and the army,
ami are supported by the Departments < >c
eidental, Septentrional, and the others,
comprising the largest and most populous
portion of the State.
The party of Pineda were in favor of
makinp aoms additional tmnceaskm to the
'"anal Company, which is just now obnox
ions to most "t" the inhabitanta?whether
lor good or bad reasons, or none at all, we
do not undertake to sav. The a-jents of
tin- company, and Mr. Kerr. I . S. Charge
1 d'Afiaires (it is -aid) have recognlxed Mon?
tenegro. The National CongTtSSS, on the
other hand, who probaUy understand the
in.itter better than str?ngen generally can,
have recognized Albuass. Mut neither
oi.e nor the other is the legally elected
Director i and it may he that a greatrnia*
take .- made bj Mr. Ken m presenting his
credt ritiala ;it all. It i- to lie Imped that
l *
the report of Ills doing so is iinfouuded .
for it will be injurious to the interests of
the United State- to have iteofficers mixed
up in the partisan atraggles of the country.
We do not suppose that Ubonxs ami Mu
nez will meet with pas serious opposition.
Montenegro, who, by the sray, i^ i inrjJatto,
i- a weak man. and besides, is in inlirm
hi alth. and hi- Ministers are men destitute
of character or capacity. We presume,
then lore, that the tranquillity of the State
will not he long disturbed.
Death afJadsa Weadhary.
The decease of tin- distinguished poii
?:. !.:::. wk M langerouaillneaaarasttDonncad i
i. w liays since, took place it hi> resilience in
Portsmouth. H H . on Thursday i u mn., Bap.
tendier .?. at the age ol ?II The i:ii'iie-:.ate
oi i- is.on . I I.:- '? a; . was in miltinriiat. >ry tu ai-T
? t the - ich. which rendered him tnctp.i ...
of taking n artaanaat. AltBoagb grant!) ? 11 rt? r -
ins tr> in hi'ii on vital points oi national politics,
aecannot Fail to recognize tue energyof mind
aad slaadfaatiaaa : laractar watch gare hint
? iugh al n e im rhe coun?e!s "I the ;>arty to
which he was attachetl. and which will cause
his Djuae to ba ramssabered in the politics] Its*
tory of our a uiitr>
I , WooDB' R v w is i . ii 1 "'.Hi, at Frances
. towr:. :?. good tar b)g village in the interior ol
New H il i, sh re. where he rec : ..- earl;.
adnfarinn. srfsnding the district school during
the U inter rjKmths, snd worum* en his father's
tan in the fiuuinier From hi* hovhoijil, he
-how. >! a dtcideii taste for learmn?. and on at?
tain..'-; ths pr er i.-e. was sent t i an j a-Serny.
in order t.. prepare lor colleee-. He entered
Dnrttn atk CoOegi .:. l80s, ind iftst pa--;n|
through the usual course, receive-', hi* first -ie
cre?-. with a ! lgh r ? it itn n i rjoog 1.:- U achcrs
ca-.- mates i r in-iiistry.' dent, an 1 ure-orn
men perseverance. He at once selected the
I law as hi? ruture-1 i ? ?.. ind ha ring studied
i for the re-.tit-it' isi? isf Ihioa jsaiaat 1 srralstiT
Ii slot., a:. : Fieter. a-w-i. :. - r. ? ? "?
a is a :?: :tt- : : th- Hi:.. 1-!- At tmt t::ne,
? party spirit aiaa ragtnz with i:.tcr.se fer- or in
? every ; ::. :. : >'. .v >Enghnsd Mr ?v ?odbory
tt?nk ? dscsasd ?tat.-: in favor ot Madison'a Ad
ayBBt*jatoM a:.-! :: I war w ith Great Britain
He was so"1 BdOrawaiadfad as a shrew:
aad powerful iaaaia7 ft th - party, which was
then :n the T.;nor;ty in i'.> .'.ativc State I?e
votad with youthi'ul zeal to ths cau-e wr.i.ri
:.r had .,u?e.:. :.. e\.-rte-! r.o snail tnti-icne*
in chang ne the political character of the
State, ar.ii aiding the Democratic party in gala
? . BK*ndsney, which they secured in HI6 ?>r.
the nrst meeting -<f the Leg.slature. after his
trieiics carae ix.to power. Mr. VN\x>ibury was
chv?stt- Secretary >' trie Set, it*, ml at tae caa*.
I rnerKement of the following year was appointed
a Jj Ig? f IBS Super:?* C 'ur* He was then but
j 27 rears of asre, the y.aingest Jtt.ice. *o tar as
1 ?c rrtnfmU'r. tsit was r\er elevate*! to a seat
on the beach Hal ? pov.'.mer.: CaSJSSd grei:
surprise to men of ail parties, on ac-oun*.
ot the comparative youth mi the inmm'>'V.
and bia limited experience oi practice .it tike
.: I!" acquitted himself, however, of t! ??
iuties : his ariem- statten with great
credit His name ran e >till more w;.!? '>
know; . and in I-..' he was elect i liovornor ?>?
New-Ham] ahtra bj a large ata arity Failingto
?e chosen tor a second term, he resumed the
prince ? his pro' ->. t.t: Portsmouth, to which
place he had ronow?! m I??TO, and where he C4a>
untie.: t > hate bai an aa m r <i Iran aafttl tha
time oi his decease fie uaaaediatelr esS -re ?.
upor. an extenorvs practice o hi- pro ssaisss, u I
was surrounded with cherts Iro n all aaj ?rt. r< ?
In 1*25. he was choaMi to the State Legislature
from the town oi Portsmouth, an I at Imw COBt
mencement of the session was elected Spe ,ia
er ot the Hotiso. although it ?,t. the first
time that he had been ? BMaabot of any
Legislative Assembly Daring thai aeoasoB, aa
was chosen to HI . cacaatry waatti had ac*
curred in the Irfonats of tha I sited Bl mtm
and upon taking hts seat m thf bmiO.? t ? it
sustained the position of a leader ot hispartv.
His term of terviec n the Senate expired in
March. KM He h id previously dedllteil a re?
election. On the reorganization i>i President
Jackson's Cabinet :u the month of April fallow*
ing. he was mriled ta taka the oAca of Boen
taryofthe \t>y Haaeceptadthe laajaiataxaat,
and discharge l ittet, o the othre uatwtlBSi,
when he became Secretari of taa Treasury * m
place ol Mr Tarn v. ahoa no mnati a had been
rejected by the Sonata lie continued in that
post til! the close of Mr \ in B?rens Preside n
cy, wh.cn he resume 1 hts >e.r. in the Senate, t >
which he had been tinted foi six years from
the Ith of March, 1*11 Mem tune, on thede
cease if Judge Story, taring the Administration
ot Mr. Polk, he was appointed to till the place ol
that eminent uinst. and boeatao a Judge ,st the
Supreme Court of the raited State? i i iIt"..
From that time the deceased withdrew from
active participation it. political life and devotes!
himself to the dutiee of bia high station, which
he discharged with asoaiuitf and loecooi
Withoal poaooaaa | the highoat order of mtel
lect. Judge Woodbar) h id a large share ol aativa
shrewdness and unlading qnieknOOa of p?'itictl
( ?rvc ist i verv reteiuite me i.ors, and > more
f in eoaataon power of logical ntaaoabaj Ho a m
ta fftective speaker in I? I BtO, Bfl '? DB koiatood the
t i ringing men oveeto hie views, even if they
Killed 10 COOB| rohood his arguments His sttlc of
writing was turgi I in.! obscure.doing little insure
to his acknowledged clearneoo of Intellect, Ho
made little use of common artifie. s i.u obtaining 1
pereonal popularity, and, though r< ipectod mr his
ii telligt ? eo i i a cv ol chat ten r. w:is m$m r
a en at puldic lavontc In the private relatMMM
ot Ufa, ins rap itatioa >*as unbtoaaiaht'
Th* aVraaag Paaf aaaaaao ol Luko Wooi 1 ?
who roceatl] com mitt d raicide in Now-H nap
shire, as the brothet ot Judge Uoodlnirv. bat
thi? is an arm
\ rraaaal Ti>-' Uaa
Wo find in Tkt Bitten Atltu of yester?
daj it "ruing the following return- of t(ie recent
Electioa ill Vermont It will bo seen that in I!?;
towns, Wti.Lune, tbt Whig condidato t.>r <;.?\
ernor, has 1,680 majorit) over ill compotilora, |
and there can lie no r? tsonable douht ..| his tri?
umphant election by tbt Pooplo. \Mng Bona?
torsi are elected in i ilb. im, v\ indoor, Fi inklin,
Addison, Chittenden, Rutland, Benniagtoa and
Eaaoa Coontiea The Op oaitionhat aucceed
ad in Washington. Otangt ind Grand lalo Coun?
ties: For Members "i the House of Bepn atola
tiv.s, returns from Hfl towns show the election
of 104 Whiga, M Pioe-Boilera and 23 OM Lino
Oppoaition. The following ire TTu Atlas'i re
?urns
TOI V- l ??K ?.'i\ EHNOH
? I SSI-|H.?0
i ml i[i jf i I ii m
m Q #j I j ' |s3 I
fiaalkM 3 I - (s I ff ill? 1
BaaBlaatiia. Ill .. tti ? tU <i KSJ ISJ ISI i
W :m!h mi.ijl all lei! I ?H) I" I I 'I'* I -ei ??? I
Butlaad.Uta. ?<"?? " i Ml | aaaj Ml m ?>
w i.cs?i /i'. .."ii ii") i i 'M 'i inn .?: ?? '.I I"
t.l.t.s, ii :>?, ?II i..it j 1 * . "i, i ,i ii !k?i Dl i
Urtnre 'I's alll"it I :??? Iii? I'M ? 'in .'.l I l
i . it, ti.u.ilt'as 13-9 1177 >"> " IWI i '<-' '?"?> I
Wj?liin?tin. II ''lit IHI I? il 1UW 17,1 li> a
Caladeaia. I*, all ? . U(J .. t >;( :u i
? 01 ?!.' *
l'i uik! ii. r.'t'iu all 1-, ? im 7-j .mt ?
bat two..i
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N\ e received the following telegraphic dispatch
from Burttngton >? ttt
Bi mjbotbBi Vt friosa/i sept 5, MM
1 g|\C )0U the tollowmg iggre^ati- >t Mir
. sctioi r, r rna In 1M towno the vote for Go*.
. roof i? ?IIHanr. v\ big, laVMO , BoolsM, Frea
Ekal, s\iS; aV>cBiBsoot Loeo, s\Mf MUKsbis ia
tedly sloetod by taa poaajtlo. Tao remain
o.u 'i.wns cannot ci.ang ? the r.--ti!t
la Iff towna, tr.e BoytvooataStvoa elect are,
Wh is, '?' Free flails re. M; Locos, n The
H taa is Dndoobtodty w I ig
Ur .? Senat ?? e.eete: n. Ber.mti.'ron,
Windham, Easet, Rutland. Mindsor, ,\d ...
Franklin and CMtasajasn Cos. In all SO, or two
ihwdsef the Sen ...te The Bsaajas It big all over.
I ratr.er tiar.k this will
DP Tkm Courur and Emtjuwtr has s
caustic leader on "die achiol of quack
philosopher- and philanthropist-," who ad?
vocate the abolition of the Death?Penalty
and in effect of all riadiettTe punishments.
The .-rricraJ ;-ope of this art.<de is strong- |
Iy aiiverse te our own ideas and convic?
tions, vet. we shall not here controvert its
position-. |e5t we might imbibe and be
tempted ta exhibit some trace, of its fero?
cious spirit. We ' Loose rath> r to qaote
from it a BlBsjsB sentiment, with arhieh in
the vte can have little disVeitf in
agrceu.jT. The I 'ouner says
?? It i? said tha*. the mam end of the punishment of
crime kj the reformation of the criminal. The en
lam must be a fool who a out rtf?rm aad put him
self oe his good beharior to sate himself from life
laskg imprisonment the day he doea reform, the oo- ,
.eel ot has ptunahmect, or ratAer tut meiicat-OB, is |
I *a.r.?*?, *nJ the Oorrsor it in <'.\:U hcninJ tit set rum
I 'rrt> tf.?l. .... *r-|le t-*me n: ?r>ml
I m nsabtlttr that h?i eeaead .uro:? to refu-e to oo?.
? ;.'t *.H TKHfj !.;'-(-. .'? .J ???? fterr " ??
,? ? *T "
Wl tiitr.k there il much force m this rjftj
o. the subject. Pardons arc granted tsj|j
t?-e freelt in this country. For. while vt
SfVonlii not wish lo retain iit pri??ii a culprit
?1.? iuii thoroughly and NjitiM .:'\ n>
fornwd. wr i-ir.'t help distrust;:!;; tv.e sia
cent? pi* thai pthlitlBrl which has i: wm*
to es. ,ipe fresstdeserved punis-umein. That
t.rt.e \fh-.se frai'tv has Iveu demonstrated
needs e.vurr.ucd an.; -au, :u! vijie.-v ;?,->?,,
an,: \vc thick ;t max be as weil to keep this
tlaaeof peuit* nt> out of the reach if tc:u >ta
f?n until time shall have tesi'd igt] proved
I thfir recovered inte_;rit\.
? Hut Ft* Comer docs not pit tiie ease
as strongly as ;t nu^ht. The ihajM if tht*
pardeataTd] pOWSJT 93 tins ecytitrv has pro
oedid BUtch firther than Us sUteui ut
atTrni?. To pardon a l. '.o i out of prison,
w.th several yaaarnef hil >? ? ???t'tt. e Basi?
pircd. ivcause Is says lie is reformed, |S ?
firj r|Hllwaihacl .*\t*:ci-e of the (iovern*
ir'l pi MOfTattt e . !> ti thia is n'thmi: to the
pardon of a i-onvict ha/art Id BSrvrgem
'o IT < n. and il dlfgaafl of the notorious
fact thai he has never ?>en vr't?*dt<i to !?.?
penitent for his crime?anWa it is known, in
short, that he i* that idei! ie:t! "fool who
icon'.' reform.' We think 7' ? Cewtsrarill
agree with aa tint thia ? i fai aa>T*nia>
grant case thai iut which his evoke I n>
thunders
IRELAND \\? Wit-Hilt v
?
I Her lint in ltrluil ol'tlir l-i?.i ami tni.rt.sn
Si. niie ||y t MB|ea|.
A large and rnthnsisstie raerting of the
It.eilJ.. ol t'n Iritll an.I t.neri .11 .">;.? im.li:,? 1
I at.\ a aa beM bat eraatag at las i Bmseeai
The nsstteg a ai eallaal to ardi r hf lion. ?> <;ree
lay, ami Ihe |oliowin< itrntli 'H'i' were . Wu
oaSaan al the meeting
/v., I..,: faaaat toatiSaasa
1 r>wshantta
1 rarseliua Vanderbtlt, Luatlej m Hnfaaas.
1 hartes M < onnolly, Wiiter R Jnaea
SiBneoa Draper, lleofgat! Rabatae,
Daniel Klaaahtad, R H t\ 1 stow,
w 111. Hunt. 1'i.u,.'. '.v v Raagaaa
Ii 11 nil' Donnelly, Daniel Maatstaiar,
Rnbart Bauaat, i u en R r?loa,
JnaiaaC twit. iiunti Masaaslt,
Uaorga Melrhti. \i i.e. raydot
sr.T't tni ?
Dadte) ParsaSi Jotm (i DflsSsk
1:, hertl I..
Mr Khmi.t, 011 takinn Itie l li.er. nuale 1 len
appraprtata n ? niv itattni aha oaa i> at tin nu et
bag lie loo kill iijmn Ihit enteri'ri.u, il eue.eiuiful,
aa ti i feral paal eaTatl t" m ike liaaaaal wtut..rie
>!:..1 lonu .mi l' linn' ? ? 11. tree ninl 'iiile)n>nilenl
Iherntw: petn-eablj rimtieatina fie ninirte, naitifl
tni taa ?? '''"? an : rt? rtnas al araar ?1 ket '"-?i
Kwa, aad lead nato i eon ad) leallaalhaaariaaa aasta
nepiratlone, ami ..t ihea ?ineere tint uneiU'eeMliil
eflotta lo ele\ ale tlietr 1'1'iiitrv to a pfeaM IB the Uta
rat.k astoog Um sattoai at tin' Iarta.
Mr J"mn it Dtiiioa, oaa af tie) lacialatiaa, raal
thefoUowiai latten triua trsttfaaaa| Raani mil
Kolli k I I \\ ?1 K i K
Nr? \' 'its. Taaraduj. nspi I,issL
ii. a it g a ?s I abalt no: ba la h anon Pratsf
aaaanagi' hag laara tocoaataaacaaa uaMagkyaa,!!
iBsarsi to mmm ia|iiirhai us me aahji i oi no i>jnn
ion witii regard ha tie estabtlasaaaial d saauassS
eaUnabt aaaai between New \oik,,ml eeaaspail
on the \\ estera ? aaal ol liataa i \t a raatatt.r
rorantcrcml undertaking, the Keiitleinmi einniei'led
v\ ah i' hava "?' i-i - 1 "t no ophaion tri ? me Ttiejr
1 adaratand the tubjacl In lhal raapaat BMMi! Setter
than I do But l hate ilwwjri ihnugll it >tran(.e
.. 1111' 1 * the Introduction ol sn ua in Ot ? in Naalgaiaai
liiat 1111 ? 11.11 ,11 ration wh. i|n'iie,l liet .?ei n interim
hii.1 in I.mit 'l'i,ere 1. no countn 01 Baropa hreea
trail ii tii?' ttraarn "t immigration loa it i Um i ilad
1 st itr- hai -et in more rtroagl) or a.al?adU) trian
tri,ui In land It <? liie , onntr> ol I; iro;>?' nearest to
tin. I tauiaaiil. aad I ia escaadUajrij .irana? to
, ,,? erven, twill all Um increased ia ilKiee (or aaaai
travel Uta enuaranUi from ir- land i, it a baas ?? ShM
atthartoto Rsateoae Srsi royage laa mi 'dc l.att
ia onii'r t.tan aaea ia it hot i w mi :?!?? We.t
1 iiiiiik i'l- i ruoable i. it i Une ol ? Haiauaa et'on
"'i tm wou I not pr ?? aaanpi UabJa aataisfflS.
I: .1 t in- t.i im 1I1..i 11 iiintlit lie Hie inonii. ot upentllS
l ew ,,, n . of commoicebatwaaaUa?teroaoaaMtaij
or it r i-t alvttuj a now ri iron to aid aaei Hot
on 'in- -ut wet t woal I not hecoaaa bm ba aapraas an
op.1,ion I have no haattatwa, however, la MSISJ
that if auch aa aalonrrla iSTttild pravs aaaaaasSataj
1 paeuolarj ooml "i new, it e mimt tail to prcseni
rary sraal invaalaiei loemigtanta la Use anpa^
tin anil mrcUllilii. mnt? wh" I: Hiev re now lur til ?
in p ui oh iged to utks Hay are iipoaa: to nnpo
HtlonS Ol even kn to no atlv un'ri .1.1 ?! ex,,i ii%e
aad :<> .11.Ui phpsaRal md aatral artessk I
mnal > taa ? ? raal atan baaaaaa pataaa t >ee
duaiaishad Uadar Uaa posse at stew, pnitstaasnyi
Ii? 0.11 |athe brtghtai ag aad asaat 1 ? nads MS
peeta whkhara now opaa 1 ; apoa as of ?? ?lirei t
sti am eoaimonsraUoa between Si a-1 ork anil tome
1 llflb <? [sirt on Ihe Wi -.erii I o.kitlot In i.uel I nee l
aM 'I: it tin j rojeit Km It an It;, , iiiliyjitened ml
entarpnsmg gentlepaon eotusarted aah It hata ai
best aislM t, r,? .11. lor Um am vis a -i iaaaaSiaai*eas>
tan 1 ii in wli., 11 "a \ ire eniraifeil.
. 11 in,on. with irreal laspSSSi
\ OUi one., lent serv ant,
? JOHN, In ht' ihap oi NeW'Teefe
II. Ii. s ri mil. 1 1K-,
laviao Hot -. .Ne ? feet I r. i.., ,pvi,t j, jt,i
dbas Im, Iha?e Nreemrtdrowlatiei ?thw aass,
i., msua aie. in thi sasu if the ' Prnesmmal CieaasaSea
ui* Um irnih ind Amern m Srenmekia Commww*, 1 # ?t ?ad
, meeliac al the t'oheeam ahiuam Imw eeems< 1 w
|l M ' t 1 ' f power te be preeettf el the prapeeod ssset*
tni 1 t hare s seeletmbes t,,- thetw ? ,e 4 thai
peal eeierptnw Beer fhrorahte lo eil ...... .i.-'imt
. ,1 ? 1 ineresee interstate i u'ou.l. n?l i ,h ,i i?e e mil in*
uaveevas,real ,a-.(i-ir sreeemtst miml ulmtiuemiet*
'raet.nut. It Miatsoemuid with Ireland scewlry aaat es
eres] lias Sineim sii searei I.ir shoes and hearts than
,to. 1 let ; rl ?? f Bai m* . lad aeatkasd hi i.e Sasn
.? . .., ,.?', I 11. ? train liae . a ,>r"\j'im t>
eamfekak
ymtt treat tnrewes mar saesiaty ittead jaw rreai ami
, .? enter nee t the tin si 1 Iotas 1
it 1 w iLKKl
H J I' 1 111 Bat, imcrnrarj
Ths tattswaaaj sakiresa of Um Protuioaal Coat
aUMaa waa taad by Mi Kimvv
laisai am? ami kn a 1 irasarMnr coispajrf
TbssansaapsawbaahoaaaaStatakaa assaaly wita
a v 1? w lo the adx .uit.i.'i at the bunsbUrr Baaarnait
who arcr,nitUL.?(the UU 'A orM toseefca B0SM BSBBIi
ne
?/rii.e : i>t f.-vs >,mrstlto amurrstson m bm 1 sSMd
ttaletIroenUte Bntkth Islmndt slows, hssgtaBBsa
antiiial ari-raiteof SnVdll pSSSSSM
in Umbbbcmi of caa rat tag Usooa eni.?rstite, sasb
hatefnrn lone whllo eiUSod, Bot the lean, gnStasa ba
mm laai i.a?e occupied out lut e ,ii j, ibiic sttaanai
Willie tor the wealthier elans f.n iiit.es of trsrel
haws >ear ba >e,.r iacraaaad,UM paoa who seek ?a
?.tu? caeUaent a leid (or usefa! hsbor are .ut>;ectel
lot laTatiaga wbseb imve giaara in bataaaaa with tne
bsbti Baaaatsaa oi eaucraoaa
in, um urhM Bmigraets, aa 1 Ihay ara by far tue most
i i eroot men asuiarfeaa (all wit* hasriea treSsM
fp in Ifea triomei.t -jne ol the ?e. .ea.es Me. bBBMi ua
nan 1 > 11 aaa riea ? aa ttrdtsl. to whsal aaaHahag
in 1, ?>:. alons eoald compel biai to sabaal
ii. finM tepto an anomaly. TetSasnltassaaMM
ci ntmeat, ha tarns bis feva aaatwaaa, aad ie?, H<
hehU <1 hUB UM harbors tliat lie regiert,- i oatts tm*
araematol h.? lataasJ, batals 1 we.i-y oumey t"
UtarpaM arfsata, oorased sadoroipoaaaaaMUM
beatls of a saaraga sosssMieMJ eitf, he laiitsaeasy
I j,rey to mapoaitsoa aad deceit
He quits Um hsad, ij'i psamry, wita.n ManmTghB*
' err es>. MtWWI hur. lipo:. um ?? a
, lie r< BSiSI C'/opC'l i.p (N weeks in ''je ilark hol'J
of an enu [raal ship oben mea and w<?i.ea.t.'id?ii*i
! log a tbt I w:th utter !i?renarri of deceacy, wea/saur
t;ie wreteiici hoar* in h tas*ar,ttltb andd teossMrt.
1 ti. ken and d.c w.tho >: tympethy or help, oSjm ask
_~(> I to brutal treatment and er.pos.ed to t:.e ???.?
"aiv.o:. of vu;e. lie enters on h:s new career pbfM*
? all] and nioraiir degraded, ax.. <? or.e? witihiin.nt >
the throagtag popoistMia of our e.o>ien; '.ut* hs<
eil? of pritilrnrr aad lha aiampM ol aasratsry,
WriatabJ HsBSM preuaration h. la :? aosl "
his srrisal on laSSS ttiore?. 1 att inu> ? so- ietr of
?v ? te eoalsaaa Be kimws anMi
1 .. .. >? to mmytMseooraeM a stra.-./e haw-as
linger" in tome searK.rt 1:1:7. adding to tae sn,i>jr of
Lrbor and d.inii.itiiir.a us reward, or ?*eiinig UV
U0a of ragrar.cy and |muf*-r:-i.,
Taa pro;e? tort ot tne IrMhaad lasarsrsa steam
rb'i> l ompiu.)' corin ientiy to|-e triat lit .-i/errxwe
mhsrh they now roniinend l>i paMM sii|>j>i/t will %<>
far t>war 1 reriie-lv the ev.,? i'nn- rrti-nr-: ???>
Parts TtV> piepoes to atSafelMl k-?twecn t :e r>irt
of New-Vork and t.a.way.or tome oilier ?ie ..i.e
port on the wett coast of Irrl . * Baa ot ' "
suamttups, cootuueted with a special view to UW
cof . ve) nice of pataengcrt, sod capaa.e each sBf '*

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