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"/Auction notice? thos. BILL, a re honker?
J\ By W. Ij. Van Zandt.? Saturday, at 10 % o'clock, in the
auction romna, IS Spruce atreet. ? Sale of valuablo Furni
ture, of all descriptions, from a respectable family, Btc., by
? day, Friday, Scptemher 17th. at his new salesroom,
H6 Broadway (between Spring and Prince atreeta), a lar^o
assortment of Household Furniture and houaokeeping arti
cle!, fancy goods, fee., comprising Mahogany and Rosewood
Furniture, Chamber Sets, Bedsteads, Mattruaaes, marhlo t?p
Washstatids, Bureaus, Centre and Card Tables, l'arlor
Chair*, Cane Beat Chairs, Ottomans, Sofas, Tete-a-tetes,
Rockers, Hat aud Corner Stands, llookoascs, Wardrobes
Worktables. Brussels three ply and Ingrain Carpets, Lamps,
GirandoUs, iic. &e., all of which will bo gold without re
lic auction, at Nautilus Hall, kept by Francis Jones, in the
village of Tompkinavillc, Staton Island, all the real estate
of Janiea Murray, deceased, to wit.:? A dwelling house and
lot of ground on lirittin atreet, lot by 100 feet, houae two
ttorioa Slid basement: a small house and six acrua of land,
? liglbly located on Richmond street, n few minutes walk
from the ferry, at either Quarantine or Stapleton, and would
.make a do*.irable country residence. For particular*, apply
to John Murray, Tompkinsville; .Mr. C. F. Uurheun, lauil
agent, near the premises, or A. G. Dixon, No. 101 Fulton
btrect , N. Y. Terms made known on day of sale.
JOHn'mURRAY, ) Exocutow
TompVlcsvllle, Sept. 11, IkW.
Henry t. leeds. auctioneer.? no. sh cham
l?ers atreet. near Broadway, will aoll, to-morrow, with
out reserve, at 10% o'clock, a largo assortment of H'ines,
Brandies, Liquors, and Segara, m^st of which aro now in
bonded warehouse, and are well worthy the attention of ho
vel keepers, grocers, and restaurants, and which consists of
Cherries, Madeiras, Rum, dim, Scotch and Irish Whiskey,
&o. Also, Clarets, Champagnes, and Liquors. Also, forty
baskets of Champagne, choice brands. Also. 100 gross of
vine Bottles, English aud American. Also, 31ft, 000 Segars.
For particulars, see Catalogues. Catalogues now ready.
at 10% o'clock, at the salos room, No. 14 Wall street
Paintings, in rioh gilt frames ? A line of UKl oil paintings, of
the modern school, by some of the Hr.t artista in the country,
embracing a great variety of pleading subjects. Connoisseurs
and others are respectfully iuvited to examine this collec
tion of American talent. Also, by order of tho executors,
oil paintings, with w hich the salo will commence. Also, SO
French paintings on copper, embracing a variety of now sub
lets. Catalogues on the morning of salo.
Vandewator will sell, on Saturday, Sept 18, at 10%
o'clock, at the sales room, No. 14 Wall street, a large and
desirable assortment of superior custom made rosewood,
mahogany and black walnut furniture, oonaiating in part of
suits covered in brocatelle, satin damaak, de laino, and hair
cloth; etegores. extension dining tables in oak, mahogany,
and walnut; marble top, pier, centre and sofa tables; libra
ry Mvd secretary bookcases; ladies cabinets and work tables;
wardrobes, tete-a-tetca, aofaa, chairs, divans, loungea,
Trench, Gothic, and scroll bedsteads; bureaus; washatands,
mattresses, paillasses. &r.; alao, auita enameled and mar
ble top and plain chamber furniture; alao, one rosowood,
?even eetave pianoforte, of superior tone and finish. Cata
logues on the morning of sale.
No. 11 Spruce street.? Saloon furuiture. ? On Saturday,
iHtb inst., at 10% o'clock, at No. 8 Fulton street, (opposite
Fulton marVet,) consisting of saloon tables, chairs, oyster
box countcr, two steam tables and steam pipes, framed
tainting), mirors, marble top washstand. Also a lot of
edsteaas and bedding. N.B. Furniture salo at tho storo on
Tuesday next. W. T. BOYD, Salesman.
? Furniture, Pianofortes, Oil Paintings, 4tc., this
day, (Friday,) at ten o'clock, at 8ft Nassau street, near Ful
ton. R. C. Kemp, will sell at auction as above, a largo as
sortment of roaewood and mahogany parlor, dining room,
chamber and kitchen Furniture; china, cut glass and silver
plated ware, being all the furniture of a large well furnished
fiouse, removed for the convenience of sale, and to be sold
Without reserve, by order of mortgagee, consisting ot one
superior seven octave, grand action Pianoforte, in hand
some carved rosewood case, but little used; carved rose
wood parlor Furniture, en suite, covered in French satin
brocatelle. Also, one Etegere. mirror front, large gilt framed
Mirror, several oil Paintings, rosewood and other cen<*e
and pier Tables; painted chamber Furniture en suit, exten
sion dining Tables, mahogany Sofas, Tete-a-Tetes, spring
?eat Chairs, easy Chairs, Secretaries, Bookcases, toilet
ware, Hatstands. and a general aaaortment of chamber
and kitchen Furniture, Carpets, hair Mattresses, & o. Piano
fortes. at twelve o'clock, to nay advances? Two rosewood
?ix and three quarters octave Pianofortes, excellent instru
ments, and fully warranted. Alao, several fine Gold lever
Watches, full jewelled. Catalogues on the morning of
ly called tho Ben Bolt, will be sold by Anthony J.
Bleecxer, at auction, at the Merchants' Exchange, on Mon
day, September 20, at 12 o'clock. 189 tons. 30 incli cylinder,
7 feet stroke. Can he seen at the foot of Montgomery street,
Ea?t River, before the sale.
Friday, September 17, at 10% o'clock, English and
German Mustard, sweet Chooolate, Guava Jellies, Jujube
Faste, Pencils, Ink, Maccaroni, Rice, Staroh, Teas, Codes,
Sugars, Matches, Cheroots, Segars, Snuff, Tobacco. Brandy,
Gin, Rum, Champagne, Port and other Winos, and Cordials.
? of Horses and Carriages, on Saturday, Sopt. 18th, at
12 o'clock, in front of the New Haven Railroad Freight Da
pot, corner of Walker atreet and Cortlandt alley. Two pair
of Iiorses? One pair brown and one pair grey, sound and
kind, seven years old. Four sceond-hand modern Coachcs,
liued with drab cloth.
This day, at 10% o'clock, at No. 16 North William
Street, a second hand Pianoforte, Secretary and Book Case,
marble top Table, six Mahogany ('hairs, with a lot of second
hand Furniture. Also, Dry Gooda and Hardware. Sale pe
ri uuitory, for caah. Sold by virtue of a chattle mortgage.
N. B.? Regular sales of Furniture aud Dry Goods twice a
? eck.
the above named article*, pergonal 1; eollected by the
?ubacriber in Paris, is now ready, at the Parts Mantilla Em
porium, 961 Broadway, to which the attention of ladiei is
respectfully invited. Alio a splendid variety of India,
China, French and other Shawl*, and a rich assortment of
fancy Fur*, arriving by every *teamer. OEO. BUH'IN.
deor* above Spring atrect.)? In thanking our numeroui
kind frienda, who have ao liberally supported ua during (our
tirat. ) the past aeaaon, we beg to inform them and the
?ublic at large, that we have oomploted our fall imnorta
!ona, and have, aa heretofore, an immense variety of Linen
rood* (only) to offer them, whieh we warrant aa usual, to
be of tne beat and pureat fabrie, having been manufactured
ty our order*, expreisly for this establishment And in ad
dition to our atook of Sheeting*, table Linen, table Clntha,
iaome of which are really beautiful,) pillow Liuen, napkins,
?yliea, towellings, atair eraahea, ahirtings. bo., &o., ? have
imported largely of French ahlrt fronta, plain, printed and
?mnroidered. A 1*0, French cambri* handkerchiefs, for la
diea and gentlemen, in rlain, printed, embroidered, and lac*
borders, to which we solicit your attention.
acribera would reapectfully inform tlio ladlea ot Now
York, that they have opened the Store, 703 Broadway, be
tween Fourth atreet and Washington plaoo, one block below
the New York Hotel, with a new and very choice atock of
Fall (iooda, sellected in Paris apeciallv for the Broadway
retail trade consisting of rich French Erabroidorle* and
Laoea, Paris made Mantillas and Cloaks, of tho latest style*
and ahapes. in Silk, Velvet and Cloth. Black and Colored,
Plain and Figured Silks. A superb stock of Printed Dress
Good*, in beautiful, neat and rare design*. A large varivly
of Plaids in Silk Merino, and all Wool. French Merinoea,
Slain M. Delano*, Black Hoinbaicen*. Alpacas, Paramatta*.
:erinoea. Englibh Crapes and other Mourning Gooda; real
Welsh and Lancashire Flannel*, in White, Pink, Blue, and
ether desirable Colore; Saxony and Silk Warp Flannels;
Printed, Plain and Plaid Casnmcre and Wool, Long and
Square Shawl*, Muslins, Lace and Muslin Curtains; Linen*
of the boat make*, for sheeting and pillow ca^e*. Table
Damasks, Napkins, Doyloa, Diapers, Towol* and Towelling,
Shirting*. Long Lawns. French ( ambries and Lawns, Linen,
Cambric and Lawn Handkerchief*, Silk, Merino, Wool and
Cotton Hosiery, Merino Shirts and Drawer*, ladios' Silk and
Merino Under Dresses, Kibhon Edging*. Insertions, tic.-,
Courvolsier'* Paris Kid Glove*. FRANCE ft WEDDELL.
703 Broadway. _________
of new Embroiderie*. per "Aretie" and "Europa"?
Novel designs in Sleeps, Osborne Collar*, Alboni llabit*,
Linen Embroidered Handkerohiefa, Laee and Mualin Robe*,
See., fco. City Jobber* and the wholesale buyera of the Union
are respectfully solicited to inspect thla extensive addition
to our stock. JOHN IIIGGINS ft CO., 4A llroad street.
New styles cloaks and mantillas.? on
Wednesday, September lftth, we shall exhibit onrfall
?tyle* Cloaks, Mantillas, iic., selected in Pari* expresslv for
?nr any trade. A Uo.ln addition to our own importation*,
?* have Inst received In etore a good assortment of fine
. Bilk* and rich dress goods, purchased at anrtion, which am
Offered at a small advanoe. Our retail atock of fine gooda
fully equal* in variety, if it does not eurpasa, any in the
1 in store thla day, in value from three to eight hundred
dollara each, just imported, among which aro aome of the
moat be*utlf?l ever exhibited in this city.
1 Toys, of every variety, faney japannod Tin M are,
flaniihed Tob*ooo Hoxe* and Spectacle < *?es, and all kind*
of pressed w*re Office and eample room. S7 John atreet,
? near Nacaau street.
Friday, Sept. 17M?, at .lo'Cloek, P. M., a pursn for S2.*i?>i
SAO to the eecond h?*t horse. Mile heat*, beat three in live,
?o saddle*. O. Dimmick namee b. g.Jack Hossiter; W. Pea
body namoa b. m. Lady Jane; W.Woodruff names r. g Ta
oonv; J. Eoff name* w. g. Murdoch: A. Coneklln name* g.
m. Lady Snffalk. Cars will leave the South Ferry. Brooklyn,
Ter the eonree at 2 o'clock, and return when the sport 1*
JOHN. 1. SN EDI KIR, Proprietor.
matchfor?2,<**>, three mile heats, 2.VJ pound* wagon*,
October llth. Mr. D. Tatlman name* b. h. St. Lawrono* ;
JMr. 0. Spioer name* b. b. Washington.
JOEL CONKUN, Proprietor.
Mansion house, hoboken-by davidpol
lock.? C.ibeon, tho only real performer of Herculean
pedestrian feats, has now walked 71" hours, and oompleted
flW' miles. See and beliovo. AduiUsiM, free.
?3 ranted, well-broken setters, dog and slut: dog jet black,
dint liver and white. May be had on trial, If required. Aluo.
? pair of Alpine inaatiffs, four months old. Inquire at;!*!
Water atreet.
n. Whiskey. ?
wine*, cad., ??<?? i?r sale a large a?- ? ? - - ? - - - - -
brand* at twenty per cent lesa than any other nou*. An
? itemive (took of Bottled Wines, Liquors, fco . Broom*
street *orner ef Crosbv V TV Ci*V ee-:o my . |
*v Brandlea Mine*, Wl iskey. Rum, Gin, Champagne
Wines, ftc., offers for *a1e a large assortment of tne best
invited t? wall.
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X Michigan Railroad sewn |*?r tirnt inort^iiKe convert
ible bonda. The huytou and Alicln^ao railroad coin pan? of
for lor tale $100, DUO nf their mortgage bonds, with coupons.
They are in sum* of $1,000 Mob, payable the let July. W52,
with interest at 7 per eent, semi-monthly, in the oity of fltew
l ork. on the 1st of January aud the 1st of July of oaoliyear,
where tho principal mm in also payable. They are seourod
hjr a flrut and only mortgage, i>r deed of trust. to Joseph K.
> allium, ut tluD city of Nuh York. in trust for the bonuuuld
cru. They am issued under aots of the Legislature of Ohie,
authorizing thorn and tho mortgage to suonre their payment.
Tho amount of bonds thus to hi' issued under the m /rt^age is
one million of dollars. They arosauvertible into the capital
?tock of tho company at the opffon of the lioldor. The
amount of bonds ut present to bo issued uuder the mort
gage is three hundrud thousand dollars, of which only
one hundred thousand dollars will now he offered for sale.
The mortgage covers the entire line of the oompauy, thoir
property, real and personal, commencing at the tormina
lion of the Cincinnati and Dayton railroad, at the city of
Dayton, Ohio ; thence by Troy, l'iqua, Sidney, Lima, f'er
rysburg, M minion oity, and Toledo, to the Michigan Statu line,
in tho direction of Detroit, one huudred and forty miles long.
The mortgage provides that the company shall only issue, and
the trustee certify under it, #300.(1110 of bonds; until alter
the road Is linished aud in operation to Sidney, % miles;
f 200, 000 more after the same is finished and in operation to
ima, 65 mileg, and so on as the road is completed from
point to point, and the money needed to purchase iron raili,
sc. is the tirst and only lien thereon, and the only debt of
the eoinimny. That part of the line lying between Dayton
and Sidney is nearly graded and bridged, the rails nave
been purchased, and now in the oonrse of arrival? will be
completed aud in operation by the first of June next. Au
arrangement has been made with tho Cincinnati and Day
ton road to run it for the presout. The entire line from
Dayton to the Michigan State Una, equipped for one year,
is estimated to coat $.200,000. That part lying between
Dayton and Sidney, $660,000. It Is the purpose of the com
pany to complete the line to Sydney first, the residue from
point to point continuously as the means of the company
will permit. To complete the road to Sydney, tho coiupauy
has an available stock subscription of about $100,000, which
has been mostly collected and oxpouded on the lino. To
? aiBe the remaining means this loan is reaortod to. Aotivo
measures arc in process by the company to raise tho neces
sary stock subscriptions to complete the entire lino. A con
siderable sum has already been subscribed. The entire Hue,
it is expected, will be placed under contract for gradation
and masonry early next year, and completed within the year
followiug. The mortgage gives full power to the trustee to
take poHBesaion of the roaa, its.porsonal effects, franchise*,
depot grounds, tec., aud to sell the same to the highest bid
der, to raise money to pay cither interest or principalis
<nso of default. Tho oouutry through which the road pas
tes, with ita connecting link to Cincinnati, is not only us
MirpRBsed, but unrivalled by any other of oqual extent in
the Union, in fertility of soil, capability of sustaining a
dense population, and in all the elements of wealth aud
prosperity. The report of the Auditor of tho State of
Ohio, for 1861, shows that about one-fourth of the entire
taxahlu property of that State, was found in the twelve
countlos through which this lino passes, from Toledo to
Cincinnati. Ihe southern portion of the line passes
through the most pnpnlous and fertile portion of tho united
States ? half a century ago it was au unbroken forost. At
Sydney this line orosses the Bellefontaine and Indians
Railway; at Mma, the Ohio snd Indiana, which will prove
s valuable tributary, opening to it the immense trade of the
region around Fort Wayne, and that west and north of it.
At Toledo it connects with the Mlohigan, Southern, and
Lake Shore Road. The line will soon l>e extended to De
troit. At Dayton it oonnocts with the road to Cincinnati
south, and to Indianapolis west, and Columbus east. The
road will probably pay its shareholders quite as well a* the
Cincinati and Dayton road, whose stock is now at er above
par. An examination of a map of this line will show that it
occupies a most important position, nearly, if not quite,
equal to any other in that State. Sealed proposals will be
receivod, for any sums not less than $1, INK), till Saturday,
the 25th day of this month, at three o'olock 1*. M. Fre
posals will be addressed te the agents of the company,
Messrs. Winslow Lanier & Co., No. 62 Wall street, en
dorsed, "Proposals for Dayton and Miohigan Railroad
Bond." Tw enty-five per cent of the purohase monejr will be
required to bo paid on aocepting the olds, the remainder is
equal monthly instalments ?f 25 per cent. Any purchaser
will be at liberty to pay in full at once. Interest on the
bonds will run from the day of payment. The above
$100,000 will be sold absolutely aud without reserve, te
the highest bidder. A printed exhibit, with a map. and
all necessary information with relation to these seouritiei,
can be had by calling at the office of the company's agents.
No. 62 Wall street, New York.
JOHN. a. TELFORD, President.
New York, Sept. 6, 1852.
American exciianc.e bank, of Georgetown,
D. C., redeemed at of one per cent, by
S. & J. S. DuNNINU, 186 Ureeuwioh street.
Ooods, Silver Plate, Pianos, Watches, Jewelery, Dia
monds, Fancy articles, and moat kinds of personal proper
ty. at the Life lnsuranco and Loan Offico, No. 32 Warren
street. N. B. ? Persons dealing with this office will be
treated in an honorable and confidential manner.
South street, has for sale drafts for any amount, which
will be cashed throughout Great Britain and Ireland. Also,
issues certificates of passage by the Eagle line of New York
and Liverpool packets. Refers to Messrs. John W. Whitlook
& Co., Sherman & Collins, and Acton Civil, Esq., snd
Look at this.-hknry beirne, no. 43 west
street, wants English silver, at 24 cents per (hilling;
half crowns, GO cents, or $4 84 per pound sterling; sove
reigns. $4 H?. All other foreign gold and silver bought at
the highest rates. SpanUh and American change bought at
2 per cent premium.
NOTK'E to contractors.? sealed proposals
will be received for the filling up of four lots of ground,
between Tenth and Eleventh avenues in Forty-third street,
175 feet from Eleventh avenue, south side. Apply to
WILLIAM MALON E. No. 7 New street.
Remittances to Ireland, &c.? drafts from
XI and upwards, payable at any town throughout Ire
land and Great Britain, are issued by the subscriber; also,
Passage Certificates to aud from Liverpool and London, by
the Swallow Tail line of packet ships.
83 South street New York, and 6 Rodent Road, Liverpool
meeting of the stockholders will be held at Keyport on
Saturday, the Oth of October next, when a statement will be
made of the prospects and condition of the Company. A
boat will be provided for the purpose, and land at the now
dock now building on the property. Persons desirous of ex
amining the place will be furnished with tickets for the ex
cursion by applying at the office, No. 1)? Hanover street.
Type metal ? blefshutte zu stolberg? for
sale by VICTOR BISHOP, 23 Maiden lane.
can furnish tome ready ?ash, and is desirous of en
fnpitig with some Western merchant, who is already esta
blished, and doing a profitable business, and has a good cre
dit; or would act as clerk for the present, and loan to his
employer some money on good security; or would engage in
any other respectable lucrative business in a healthy sco
tion of country. For further information inquire, after four
o'clock P.M., at the Bowery Post oUioe.
nnn TO l?an, at six per cent inte
ypvlt/jV/vfv/ rest, in one or more sums, for one, three,
or five years, on productive real estate in this city. Apply to
JOHN F. CON REV, Nos. 2.'l it &> Willi street.
JJOvjvVv rest for n term of years, on Bond and
iiortgn^e on first class productive Rail Estate in this city.
It win lie leaned in gnms of $A,UI)0, and upwards to -suit ap
plicants. Apply to S. S. BROAl), No. 13 Wall street.
yp J "" respectable profession, that will cost hut fifteen
dollars to become master of full instructions, given in half
a day. Apply at Citiien's Hotel, No. 501 Houjton street, near
Dissolution of copartners hi p. ? the co
partnership heretofore cxifting under the name of
llolnu-4 Si Company, it this day dissolved by mutual con
New York, September l?th. 1S52. CHARLES G. KILE.
The firm of Bai i!tlt Si Woodcock is dissolved by
mutual consent. John II. Woodcock alone is authoriied to
<ign in liquidation. Dated September lti, 1S52.
In bringing the ahoyc change to your notice, 1 respectfully
advise you of my continuance in business at No. 38 John
street. Continuing in possession of all the resources of tho
old firm, I confidently solicit tho transfer of your favors
from llurtlett fc Woodcock to myself, JOHN 11. WOOD
COCK. New York, Septembor 16, 1883.
Notice.? the co-partnership heretofore
existing under tho firm of Wines & Comstoek, Ship
Chandlers and Hose Manufacturers. No. ?12 West street, il
tliil day dissolved by mutnal consent. The business of the
1st" Hrm will be settled by their attorneys, Harris Com
itock and Charles T.Beelby. ALEX. WINES,
Tho Subscribers having, this day, entered into co-partner
?V; will continue the above business at the old stand, un
ler the firm of A. Comstoek k Son.
September 3, 1M2. HARRIS COMSTOCK.
rash paying business, and large profits, and ready sale.
To n v i rking man this is a good opportunity. Call at C. B.
Hum KS', Ki Nassau street.
under the name and firm of Guilleaume, Korn Si Lam
bert is this day dissolved by mutual consent . Messrs. Ouil
l< tin me Si Korn, who will continue the same bvsiaees at the
ame place, 101 William street, are hereby authoriied to re
? '?ivc'nll debts due to, and liquidate all debts due tyr, said
iirm of (iuilleaume, Korn & Lambert.? New York. !>eptein
bcr 14, IMS. LI (FN (iUlLl.F.Al V?:.
cash amount, to engage with a practical
man, having same amonnt InflSstod in an exclusive manu
facturing business already eflahlished. A fortune can be
realised, which will be clearly shown apon an interview
Address S. II., Herald office, with name and residence.
WVFs chase sn interest in a good light manufac
turing business, and tako the whole management. Address
A. It., box 2 367 Post office.
Chrlstofle & Co.? Just received from these oelebrated
nannfacturcrs, a lar<o Invoice of soup Tnreens, Dishes,
i'lates. Spoons, Forks, dessort Knives, Tea Sets, Trays,
ake Baskets. Ac., <ko. All these articles are of the best
French and English patterns, and are warranted mneh
?nperlor, for use and wear, to the silverware that is plated
iy the ordinary prooess. They are ottered to the trade at
he lowest prloes. VICTOR BISHOP, Importer.
2.1 Maiden lane, up stairs.
5 Castors, Heaters, Higglers,
Tea Sets, Toast Racks, Jirandoles,
Coffee Pot*. Greavy Boats, Candlesticks,
Bowls. Bottle stands. Fruit Stands
Bells, ft.* i ?ii,, fcc... fca.
For sale to the trade by
VICTOR BISHOP. Importer, 23 Maiden lane
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Movement* of tbe Politicians.
Five Persons KiUed and Thirty Injured.
The Cholera? The Crops? The Weather,
&o., fee., flto
MagHachusetta Politics.
Boston, Sept. 10, 1852.
The D?noo ratio State Committee have organized by
the appointment of W. A. Williams. of Worcfstor. as
Chairman; Samuel It. (Hen, and K Hamilton, a* Secre
taries; ami A. llobart. as Treasurer. An executive com
mittee of five wax also appointed.
George liood, ex-Ma} or of Lynn, (a free Boiler.) was
nominated for Congress. by the democrats of the Second
district. in convention y#?terd*y^ at Haluw. Ho received
82 out of 132 votes ca^t. Mr Hood was openly opposed
by distinguish* d democrats, aud much warmth aud ex
it* mi nt was exlnbltci lu the convention
The I'rovincUl Committee of democratic bolters met
yesterday, but effected nothing
The di avrracy con.tder the nomination of Horace
Mann for Oovcrnor by the free soiler*. a virtual suricn
der of the State to Attorney General Clifford, tbc whig
Whig UlnHN Met'tlng nt Lancaster, Pa.
Lancaster, Sept. 10, 1852.
The whigs of Lancaster and the adjoining counties
held a mass meeting bete to day, and the erowd la at
tendance is very large. Delegation* attended from the
surrounding country, with bands of music and banners,
the whigs of many townships having turned out en m iatr
in competition for a splendid banner, costing upwards of
$100. and to be presented by the whigs of this city to the
township sending the largest delegation.
Daniel L'lluian and the Governorship.
Buffalo, September 10, 1852.
A letter from Daniel I'llman. of New York, declining
the nomination of Governor, appears In the Buffalo Com
mernal Advertiser to- day
Km York State Temperance Alliance.
Utica, Sept. 16, 1852.
The New York State Temperance Alliance adjourned
to-day, after parsing resolutions to memorialize Congresj
for the prohibition of the importation of liquors.
Maine Election.
Alfred, September IS, 1852.
Our returns are all in from twenty-three out of twenty
five towns In this county. The result Is truly glorious,
and is as follows: ?
Hubbard 3 905
Chandler 3.175
Crotby 1,915
Scattering 130
As to representatives, this county is entitled to sixteen
We have elected fourteen democrat?? two whig* only
elected ? a net gain of three representatives from last
The democratic Senators elected by 500.
Old York bas done her duty. Our majority in York for
Pierce and King, in November, will be 2,000. This Is a
fixed fact.
Portland. Sept. 10. 1852.
The Mvtrliter , of this evening, pays that the whigs
will have 6 majority in the Senate. For the bouse, 126
representative districts return 57 whigs, and 68 demo
crats, and there are 2G district* to hear from.
Another Dreadful Railroad Collision.
Dunkirk, Sept. 16, 1852.
A serious collision occurred on the New York and Eria
railroad yesterday afternoon, between this place and Uor
neUsvllle, by which five persons were killed? four severe
y, if not fatally inj ured, and some twenty or thirty slight*
ly hurt. Three of the killed were nam ed James Cullens,
(an oilman). Thomas McElroy, (brake mun). and Matthew
Stlllman. a passenger. The conductor was severely in
lhe cause of the accident was as follows :? An accom
modation train? fearing to meet the up train lrom New
York, which was behind time ? stopped at Almond but
neglected to send a Hag back to stop h freight train which
was following it? tho accommodation train was conse
quently tun into with gieat force by tho freight train.
The Pennsylvania Knllrond Loan.
Philadelphia, Sept. 16. 1852
The $3.0CO.OOO railroad loan was taken by II. O. Fisher
for the houses ol lis ring Brothers, and Rothschilds, a",
<.103 10 for every J 100.
From Buffalo and the Went.
Buffalo. Sept. 16, 1852.
Oeorpje II Derby, the well known publisher, died hire
yesterday afternoon.
The hull of tho steamer Caspian, lately wrecked at
Cleveland, has been raised, and found beaten to pieces by
the rocks, ller engine only bu been saved.
A great fire occurred at Ravenna. Ohio, on the morn
h'gof the 15th Inst., which burned down twelve Koros
and several private dwellings, but little of the contents
being saved no rapid was the spread of the dames. The
lofs i.- estimated at from $40,001 to $60 000 in buildings
alone, the insurance on which is partial. The town
prehents a deplorable sight.
The d?aths by cholera in Buffalo from th* 1st to thu
12th Inst . are reported at the large number of 309 Since
the 12th. however it has almost entirely illsappeared
Mrs. Davis, of woman's rights notoriety, is in Buffalo,
?d J. will lecture to-morrow night
Mr. Stanton, the free soiler Is al.o here.
The nm John Wentworth of Chicago, was renomi
nated for Congress yesterday by the Democratic Con von <
From Jiew Brunswick.
Boston, Sept. 16. 1852.
Piivate advices from St John, N. B., speak encourag
'ngly of the incoming harvest, which, favored by fine
weather, promises to be above the average of previous
We also learn, from the same source, that the survey
of the European and North American Railway, which is
intended to connect Portland with Halifax, via St. John,
is rapidly progressing
The (UhiTy question gives no uneasiness at St. John,
and the opening prospeots of the province are decidedly
From the South.
Baltimore. Sept. 16, 1852.
Nearly a week's malls from the South were received
this morning, bringing dates as late as due. All news or
importance has been anticipated by the papers received
in New York by the southern steamers. The Picayune
says it has InteUlgence from the heaviest planter* in the
State, that nearly one-third of the cotton crop has been
destroyed by rot and heavy rains
Daniel Wesbter lias instituted a suit against the city
of New Orleans, for the recovery of $25 000, as a fee for
legal services in the (lalne's case. Mr.O B.Duncan has
also entered ruit for a like sum
There were five deaths from yellow feTer in Charleston,
from Friday up to Tuesday last: and the Mayor of the
city ucdtr the direction of the council bas issued a pro
clnmatlon setting apart Friday next, the 17th instant, as
a day of humiliation and prayer.
Tbn United States Steamer Alleghany designed to
be employed in the (xploration of the Northern and
China feas. was launched at Norfolk yesterday.
The (Jernian Turner festivities are concluded and the
New Yotk and Philadelphia societies left for home this
Archibald O Hastings postmaster at MiUsborough
Delaware, chargtd with robbing the mail, and tried on
the plea of gutlty to one indictment, has been sentenced
to ten years imprisonment in the pentteutlary Upon
seven other indictments s gainst him. a nolle prosequi was
Steamer Aela Spoken? A New York Pilot.
Phh.adki.phia, Sept. 16. 1852,
Ship Saranak. arrived to day. reports exchanging sig
nals with steamship Asia, on tho 10th Instant. In tat 41
;0 Irti f'4 On the 18th. off Nantucket, took a New
Vrtft pilot frf i? at KngH i lit'K that had been Mown to
he I arts ?U.
Ohio State Fair.
GREAT display or klboant stock and agricul
Cleveland, Ohio. Sept II, 1852.
The Ohio State fair is larger and bettor than an/ pre
vious fair ever bald in thin State.
The number of entries on the first day was 3,000, and
the total receipts for the name period >5,000.
The town is alive with visiters, and lodging* very scarce
All the train* arrived crowded last might. The riuh will
be greatest to-day.
The stock and mechanical implement* show most favor
ably. New York sends large contributions to tbose de
The display of horses is unusually Urge and choice
Everything thus fur has gone off pleasantly . The fair
ground is spacious, and the arrangements very com ?
plete. No pickpockets are as yet at work.
The Hon JohnP. Ualeaud S.P. Chase are in town.
Mr. llale addressee the Mercantile Library Association
to morrow night.
Daniel Webster will not be present to deliver the ad
dress. and it has not ycl been deolded who will act as
Cleaveland, September 10, 1852
The crowd increase*? the number of visiters to the fair
grounds this morning being about 16 000. The receipt,,
thus far are about $10, COO.
An exhibition of hones. which lock place to-day. was
very spirited. The competitors were mostly of the
Eclipse and Morgan stock.
The cattle are the best feature of the fair, almost every
county in the State sends its contribution. The largest
specimen weighs 3, SCO pounds
Professor Mapes, of New Jersey, will deliver the an
nual address at 3 P. M , to day, in place of Mr. Web
Not a single aecldeut has thus far occurred. 48oarg
are now on their way from Ravenna, heavily loaded.
The Ohio River? Health of Cincinnati.
Cincinnati, Sept, 16, 1852.
Heavy rains have been falling east and west of this
place during the past two days. The Ohio river is con
sequently ru-ing from Pittsburg to Cairo, and is now
at a gced navigable itsge for medium class bouts.
The weather is cool and the city healthier. No oases
of cholera have occurred during the past tew days.
Death of the Mayor at Albany.
Albany, Sept. 16, 1852.
Ebenezer Perry, Mayor of this city, expired at his
residence this morning, after a brief illness. His disease
was choltra morbus. "
Alha.ni , Sept. IS, 1862.
Reocipts by canal, during the past twenty four hours,
were as follows:? Flour, 4 000 bbls; corn 7,000 bushels,
barley, 3,000 bushels; wheat, 8,000 bushels. Flour sales o:
1800 bbls.. at previous rates. Wheat. 1,300 bushels, sold
at 108c. for Genesee. Corn Is somewhat lower, with few
salts; 2.600 bushels mixed Western sold at tJ7o afloat.
Oats, no sales. Barley sells at 79 a 80c. for two rowed,
soles, 6 800 bushels, Timothy Feed is lower; reaped sold
at $3 76.
Meteorological Observations.
?v mohsk's line, or r ice easement NO. 2 ii WALL STBEET.
Thi'budav. September 10. 1852.
Brri Ai.n 10 A M ? ' Thermometer 04. Wind west.
Clear, pleaaan* 'jiornUf.
RocioriEa iO A. s>. ? A cold, but pleasant morning.
Sun shining brightly. Wind northwest. Thermometer
87. -
Anhi'bn, 10 A. M.? Clear and pleasant. Sun shining
brightly. Light north wind. Tliurmomcter 08.
Stbai-usk. 10 A. M ?A cool pleasant morning, some
what cloudy. Wind northwest Thermometer 57.
line a. 10 A. M.? Cloudy morning Wind west. Ther
mometer 70
Albany. 10 A? M ? A j.'.iasant cool inotning. Wind
wtst. Baitmeter 30.100 ilercuij 67." Tneruiouieter 60
Ucitci-nl Scott's Western Tour.
It having l? m announced th-it Gem-ril Bcntt would
nave a public rt ceptiou ut the different cities und towns
hrough which bo will piws in hia tour to the West, we
(?hall chronicle his movements and show the enthusiasm
which will no doubt be manifested wherever hia sojourn
shall give sufficient time to his friends to present a
proper display
| Prom t he Washington Republic. Kept. 10. ]
General ficott left this city yesterday afternoon, ac
conipanied by General Wool and burgeon Gener.il hair
son. on his way to the West for thv purpose of making
ii n examination slid inquiries, in conjunction with those
officers, as to a site for a military asylum. On his arrival
at Baltimore, we It urn that he was met at the cars by a
large concourse of citizens and i scoited ts the liar num's
Hotel, where thousands flocked to his parlor to p iy their
perronai reeptcts; and a grand serenaile was in prepara
tion by Yolaiidt'g ltand. to begiven him last night. The
General with his associates, will leave Baltimore thu
[From ilit Baltimore American. Sept. 10 ]
It having been understood that Gen Scott would letve
Washington yesterday afternoon on his way West in the
Uit-charge of an oflieiAl duty imposed upon hiui as the
l.ead of the Army Board, a number of the Whig Central
Committee, with other whig gentlemen, assembled at the
dciiot in the evening for the purpose of receiving him
On lhe arrival of the cars, he wu met by I)r. J. II Thomit*.
Capt. France. Mesirs Lnckette. Travers, aid others of
the Central Committee, and by them iutioduoed to the
per pie who hud eagerly gathered nroucd. with mtny of
win m he exchanged cordial personal greeting*. Onleav
ii g the depot for the City Hotel th* crowd Hnited in hear
t> eheers for the>ero ol Lund) 's Lane. Oil hi>i arrival at
the hotel becoming known, man; of our citizens embraced
the oppor unity ot being presented to hint, and hundreds
paired throigh the parlor ail of whom were received
wi'b n gentlemanly urbutii'y and kindness, which seemed
to he. 11 nd no doubt was highly appreciated. A pleasant
Iccidi nt was the presentation of a large number of gen
tium n frc m North Carolina. gut sts at the hotel, who
gladly availed themselves of the opportunity of c tiling
upon Gen. Scott and assuring hiin of thv devotion of
that staunch whig' State.
In the evening the Central Scott Club assembled at
ttdr quarters, and to the ntimhi r of several hundred,
procit ded to the hotel, where they wtra prc-onted to Gen
Scott who received them cordially, and expresAed his
gratification in exchanging greetings with them lief ire
It-av.i'g the club joined In three hearty cheers for Gen.
Scott. During the whole evening ana up to a lute hour,
whin tba General retired fr< m exhaustion the throng of
these anxious to be presented continued un i Dated, and
the most gratifying enthusiasm and gocd teeliog wa
manife-tid. Among those present were man) gentlem^u
fir.m lhe Southern States now In our city.
St veral of thasc who had s< r veil In the Maryland Regi
ment underGen. Scotfr. in Mexico, were introduced, and
the ev.dent pleasure wilh which they hailed their old
General and the interest which he minifestixl in the in
quiries he made of ihem. formed pleasant episodes, which
were highly enjoyed by all who witness d them. All
were received bf Gen Scott with a dignified yetoorlitl
kindness, which was deeply felt aud produced the iian
pien impresrlon up^n the m:in.v who. for the first time,
riad the opportunity of paying their respects tothedls
tiiifiuished comuisnder.
At a late hour in the night at the instance of the
State Central Committee. General Scott was s?renaded by
Yolandt s full hand, whs assembled opposite his apart
ment and performed ie veral appropriate airs in their usutl
musteily style The Scott Campaign Club were also
prt rent, and sung a numberof song' The occasion at
traded a large attendance of enthusiastic whigs. who-e
hearty cheers were not wanting in doing honor to their 1
General Scott goes West as far as Cincinnati and the
Blue Lick Springs, Kentucky, the object .of hi* journey
la lug the elt ction of a site for the proposed Western Mi
litary Hospital, provision for which was made by Con
press during it* late session General Wcol aud Brig*
d er General Laweon are associated with him in the dis
charge of this duty He will leave here in the train thi*
morning, hy way of the Baltimore and Busquchauna K*U
rot.d for Pittsburg. where he will arrive on Friday. and
from thcnce he will proceed to Cleveland and Columbus
He will probably be absent from Washington ton or
twelve days, returning by way of the Lakes and stopping
at West Point.
Baltimore, September 10. 1S52.
General Bcott left this morning for the West; hy way of
Pitt-burg. Ill* reception here was quite enthusiastic. He
will eonsent to public receptions on his route.
Political Inlelllm'iire.
A< ctrTANCK or Ma. HtrwrintiTO* ? Mr Flisha Hunting
ton baa written a letter In which he signifies his accept
snce of the whig nomination as a candidate for the oflh-e
of Lleuterant Governor of Masschusetts.
It is reported in Boston that the soceders from the
Democratic Fitch burg Convention have determined to
break up the ct all I Ion with the abolitionists, and stand
entirely upon their own party grouud.
A great whig meeting i* announced fir this evening at
Fancuil Hall Boston. .
John P Hale's friends In Cleveland. Ohio are taking
preparatory i-teps toward* tendering him a complimentary
From the Ba\ of St Lawrence.? Since our
I ait. there have been five or six arrivals from the Bay of
St Lawrence. Amone them was the Oolden Kul*. ? apt ?
Hartlett. which wss taken Into Charlottstown. I r. I.
hv the cutler Telegraph Hhe wa* detained ?i* 'lays, and
was released bv the Lieut. Governor of the island When
lhe cutter flr-t seized the O It ten men fully arm.- I
writ plietd on board
( arialn Haitl-tt bad ail interview with Admiral Sey
mour at Charl Cetown who treated h!m very geu i ?
tin' Iia'jeita and ltakawere among the fl*#t dr.W.i
,, .1 of the Us J Of Ch.Ui ut.? GlflWiiter Ttltfrafi. tiM
Two Wrrkt Later from Mexico.
We have received. by the arrival of the Black Warrior,
advices from V<>ra Orui to the 4th instant, and front the
city of Meiloo to the 2d Instant. The aoooaata were
conveyed from Vera Orui to Havana by the Dee, one of
the Kngllsh mail steamer*.
The immense crowd of people of Onadaiajara had bee*
well received in Mazatlan. From that port, 200 men and
tour cannon had been embarked for Altata, and 100
men were about to depsrt by land. All were going to
Culiacan, in order to d pone tbe Governor. It wu re
ported that the unfltnesa of the General Governor would
be declared. and that the re establishment of General
Santa Anna would be proclaimed.
The commander of Gxkutial write* to the General
Commander of the State of Yucatan, an follow* ''Four
hundred r?V*l Indiana proceeding from Mancanche. and
led by Zacarian May, on the 31st of August. at uai'
o'olook P. M., attacked thn population of that State;
they were at once repulsed in three skirmWhea leaving
on the field ten dead, and another severely wounded. ' '
The odvioee from Guadalajara states, that according to
the Siglo XIX," tbc mission of the ambassador* near
1) Grvgorio Davila has been useless On tbe 17th uit.,
SCO mm and four pieces of artillery were to depart for
Lagos, in order to expel Sr. I'ortillo; but thwe troop- were
dispensed in their march, by the arrival of General Yaness,
who was at Aquafcallente*, and Sr Noriega, who ac
cording to the Maun- paper, ate partisan* of tbc dictatorship
of dun Santa Anna, to which Sr. Davila in opposed The
authorities ot the canton of Oolotlaa, and the department
of Poculo have given their adhenon to the legitimate au
thorities The Hnijula publishes the acts of ayimtamientot
of lluejucar, Amrci /npotlaucjo, /a:oalco. Atoyao. and
Mineral de llostotipeyuiilo in which a provision al govern ?
meut la also recoguip?d. According to the mat paper, it
appers that Atlau da laOrauia. Tain, Curquio, Magdaleaa,
and Tcuchitfo.ii liad also acknowledged the provisional
government. The Indians were continuing to commit
the most horrible dcpiedatlons ; they invaded Sombre
rette, in the State of Zacatucas, and killed twenty two
men, nine women, and a girl.
A correspondent of Oojaca remarks. that all the
persons who remained from the convoy of Miyor Her
ua(d. have left Tebuantepec to return to the United
States. The letter* from Orixaba mention the arrival of
(ioneral 'Marias, with a body of cavalry. Including the
troops ot Don V'llaseuu. of 1'uebla and the day of the
departure of the courier, the infantry arrived. It wm
thought tbat operations weuld soon begiu. liy a vote of
flttcvii against twelve, tbe council of the government de
olared that it bad not the right to discuss the opinion ?f
the eommlttee of the government for the convocation of
In the supplement ot the journal '/.tmpoaUeca of the
1st Instant, is contained a telegraphic communication
nut to the Minister of delations by the political chief
Ot Orir.uba manifesting to bis Kxcellency the apprehen
sion of the inhabitant? of that city that their towu would
POM be the thea're of a conflict MtfWB the two parties
They aloo complain of tbe immense loss which. their
manufactures and their commerce will havo to suffer.
The last news by the Kugllsh steamer reported that
soother pronundamtnto had been made at Tamplco, and
that the inhabitants had declared that ihey should not
acknowledge the government of Sr. Cardenas If he wat
eleoUd again as Governor.
As for the grave question of Tebuantcpec, the Mexi
can government has received an answer from Washing
ton Mr. Alfred Conkling wum expected to arrive in
Mexico in a few days, to take the puioe of Mr. Letcher,
who was recalled to the 1'nited States.
The brigade of Cieneral l:ragu. which Is at 1'uebla.
bad received orders to go to Guadalajara This brigade
comprises the whole military force ot the republic, and
I* the only one in which the government has contldencc.
Sr. Don Ju?n de li Umuja has finished the telegraphic
line fioui Vera Cru/ to Mexico, and u about to under
take tbe construction of another line from Mexico to
Nkw Uiu.hanm Sept 15. IHo
The last advloes from the city of Mexico state that
Rehollcdn had proposed to surrender, provided tbe lives
of himself and companions were guaranteed. The Torn
OHM Legislature requires an unconditional surrender.
Tbe insr.rrectlou cootiuues at various pl?ce*. The in
surgent* occupy Cordova, the authorities having tied to
The eonniMorcr from the general government to
Jalat>it h?d turned uui-uecesstul
Atlair- ?? (iukdaiujam wnn still in confutdon.
Ihe Indians wire cjuunUting great ravages in /act
'1 be Oajecu Lfgi-lature demand an extra session of
Congress to k ttle the Tebnantepeo question.
Additional from Bnenoit Ajtcd.
tiik wmni KKiwjsKN tbm axaovnra and LE
[From (he Ituenos Ayres Herald. July (i |
Since oui lust publication." political events' of the most
Stirling an A important interest liuvu transpired We ex
pressed a hope in the la^t I In- old that the difficulties
br? wing between the Legislature and Kxecutivc depart
ment. might be amicably settled. This hope lia* not been
realized. An open rupture ban taken place, inconse
quence of mrne severe reflection.' by the Legislature upon
the acts of the Governor, in connection with the c impact
of fan Nicolas. Ilia !? xccllt ncy. with the officers Of the
sevi nil deport ments. resigned. Their re.,igua'.iou.s were
accepted, and the legislature aroceeded to make provi
sion for the emergency At thin juncture General Ur
quiza ii.ti ringed hi* authority as Director of the Argen
tine Confederation, lie declared himself the source of
authoiity. and i'lotector of the previncc. dissolved the
Legislature, ordert d the banishment of some Half dozen
of the leaders ol the opposition, declared a provisional
novi rami nt. uad re-instated the Governor and hit minis
ii rs, whore reaignatious bail been accepted by the l'rovi
?ional le g'slaluie. Such is our present political condi
tion. The events hading to this tesult and the reasons
wbicii induct d (Jererul irquiza to take this Step, are ably
pietentcd in tbe official documents published in our pa
per to day lie has made his appeal to the nation, and
with it confidently tests his cause
During the excitement an order was given stopping
all the printing presses in the city, except one, for the
[>ur| ese ol publishing official document!'. This, however,
has been r< cslli d
General I rquina. the '? provisional director of the Ar
gentine Confederation. " in the appeal to which the Her
ald refers. nddresH* the nation as follows
AnniMTtMi ? Tbe agitators who caused the ruin and
lit miliatirn of tbe city of IJueno< Ayr>s : who occasioned
the tearful tyranny that oppieesed the entire Argentine
Ccnfi deration, again rate up their bead, under the
thudt of the liberty given them by the grent allied army ;
.irid they aspire to subst tute l ho tyrant who wa- destroy
ed st t'a. eros Their iniquitovs plans are not dUgulsed ;
and ibe constitution <f the republic, the libtrty of the
intire rouli deration are nothing to thetn. slu'-e th-y
t hi inset ves are to impose upon it the joke <T their iniqui
tous pretensions. Tlie plnnta they have entertained tor
mnny ymrs have hud an opportunity cl m iniftslirig them
selves. iu consequmoe of thecom pac t celebrated at -'an
Nicolas do los Arroyos. establishing the hues of the
naiiouai crgnnization. They have ct?o#en n- in-tju |
ments of a.tion. rash and inexrerienced individuals of
tbe oity i f Ituenos Ay res, who confide in their words not i
comprehending the in'entions concealed under them |
Carry ing ai-oi ier to the very bosom of the provincial re- i
prert n- iiticn. they iMtniin the liberty of its deliterstions, j
and wish to in.po. e upon the representatives their crimi- |
ual de-ires instead ot the resolutions tbat ought to be |
tbe result fcf a prudent and reflective discus, ion Tile .
insults oflt red to tbe rirmmspect deputies? to jthe
ministers of tin executive power of ths province? in the
very bosom of the provincial representation and even
the threat of an attack upon their persous. directed
ugainrt Hit rn en retiring from that sacred re'reit. leave
not the smallest ground lor uoubt that the fhamoer of I
liapteretitaiitos. and the very government it-elf, af"
coerced by a croup of dem<ut;ngues, that have n-turpnd
the name of the people of Huenoi Ay res In such
a 1 1 a e of thiDgs. I should be wanting to the
compromises 1 have contracted before the whole
i>atn>n. and which I have sworn before Ued and the
countiy to malutalu. should I still suffer at motiwnts so
-oli ii' o the ni'tional will to be disregards- 1. and that the
patriotism of tho city of lluenos Ay res should be placid In
doubt by the perversity of a criminal circle. Consequent
ly, I from this moment assume the position pointed out to
me by the fourteenth article of the treaty of the 31st
May; and protesting before God and the nation nit, to
? mploy that authority except in so for as it may be in
dirps ti^able for the establishment of the lagal ami orderly
liberty, which has hi en interrupted in this province of
Busnoe Ayres by tbe demagogues. I will resign It as soon
as the go^ eminent finds itself incomplete liberty of ajti< n,
sud 1 forthwith submit myself to the verdlctof the na
tion, in the en-ulng Constituent Congress, as to the
resolution 1 now adopt. PortenosI lie who delivered
you ftom the tyranny of Itosns. can never be he who
makes |r re appear for himself Still less will he suffer an
iintl-natlooal party to exerrise it over von. Gen Urquisa
will ever and only pride himself with the appellation of
the ttetttest friend of your liberties and of jour welfare.
All ye who so wish? all ye who do not participate
in those idsas of disotdtr. propagated by the diminutive
eirrle who do not find shelter either abroad or among
tbeir compatriots, run and place yourselves at the side of
your government ; surround the virtuous I'orteoo who,
since the year 10. has never belied his patriotism, has
never stained bis respectable name. Follow the inspira
?ions of his prudence, and be assured that your tranquili
ty will not be altered The army which gave it you. se
curing your liberties, is still present with you to guaran
tee th< m. and to preserve them unimpaired Inhabitant*
ill of the civilized Htienos Ay res ! fear not that the
scenes may be renewed which one day filled you with
consternation. All your rights shall be respected; and
to attack them In the sllgBtestdegree.it will be neons
ary to pass over piles of dead bodies, which ahall lie left
by the army which I have tbe honor to command, and
hat will al* ays be the glory of the AYgcutino Confeiera
Uon. Order respect and confiden e in the national au
.hority. Is all that is required of you by him who gave
yoti liberty. Order. ps>ace, union and liberty, will always
be the device of your compatriot and friend.
Tug Capitoi. ? Tho work upon the two wings
of the Capitol Is progressing finely, a large nutnx-r of
mechanics and iMOfWf* bs'ing employed in their respen
'ivedepartmi nts Extensive worksh'ds have b?en erwe
?<>d near by on New Jersey avenue, wheee marble cit
?ers are preptrlng theblocks for the facing (ineeours -
uf tbe bi siii :fu "HUe nuilerUl ' has wirea tr been ?et nr
Lt Wit ; c wt 111 -f", ' ? ..., r
If, Sffh 10.
Democratic Movement* in ihu CHf.
Th? City Convention met last evening at
llall. for the purpose of nominating candidates lr?
Comptroller, Commissioner of Streets. Oommiaaioaer if
Repairs and Supplies, City Inspector. and Alms llomis
After censiderable discussion. thr first ballot on Comp
troller it nod m followa
Atariah 0. "lagg. 1?; T. J. W*lm, 35; Martim. 12
Striker, 13; Charlock. 6; K. I, Smith. 5; P. Carroll. 3; 1.
Kellj. S; fleorge II. Purser, 1; Qulnn, 1; Austin. I.
Second Ballot? Waters, 37; Flagg. 34; Striker, If;
Martini. 10.
Third Rallot ? Flagg, 4.1; Writers, 41; SfrMwr. 12; and
Cutis. 1.
Fourth Rallot ? Kla?g. 71, ami Waters, 2T. Mr. Fltgg
wan thereupon declared this elected candidate
Mr. Kiting wm for many year* Comptroller of tbi*
State. The nomination of Mr. Flagg appeared? to meat
with general satisfaction Mr. FlaK'gta from the Sixteenth
Mr, Jam? a Furey of the KUventh ward, reeoired tha
aoDilnation for .Street Commissioner, on a rot* of 7V.
and subsequently unanimously,
Mr. Rarthoiemew l'urdy, of the Fourteenth
ward, wa-< fleeted a candidate for Commissioner *f
Repairs and Supplier Thin li?t nomination was
made at about 1 o'clock In the morning, the ooo
ventloa e till having to select candidates for make a City
Inspector and Ainu llousa Coram Issloner. They re
niained in seoion until S o'clock, and then adjourned
without further action until Wednesday evening of nest
M it Kirn 1 and Ttientrlrnl.
Madame Sohtau's riasr Concert ?Kat-hiouable aoelehp
if on the tiptoe of expectation for Madame Hontag',
dibit' which taken place on Monday night ue*'.. Tbia
i minent artiite, In addition to her own surpassing talent*,
bun engaged the services of a splendid corps of assistants,
including Alfred Jaril. tile celebrated pianist; and young
Paul Jullien. who, child as he la. yet ranks the first vio
UniKl of thu age Resides these brilliant attraction*, she
will be alFO assisted by M Carl Rckert, late conductor of
the Italian Opera House. Pari a: and Signor Pozzolini.
fit st teuor. from the Imperial Opera. St. Petersburg and
the Italian Opera chorus. The programme comprises selec
tions from the works of Weber, Bellini, da Meyar. Heo
di lssobn, Donizetti, and other eminent composers, a*
that Madame Sontng'a concerts promise to surpass any.
thing of the kind we have ever had here before Et has
been arranged? to prevent confusion ? to dispose, to day,
of the two dollar tickets, for referred seats; and. on tha
following days, of the one dollar tickets.
Madame Albomi ? To night Madame Alboni's fourth
grand concert takes place In Metropolitan Hall. She haa
added to the former great attraction of those conoerta
the engagement of the chorus of the Italian opera far
this evening. The programme contains superb selections
irorn uk8omnaml>ula," u La Figlia del Hegimeuto," ho.
Miixm): Thili.oi at Niiilo's. ? The beautiful and pops
lar Madame Tin Hon took her benefit and made her last
appearance at Niblo's garden yesterday evening. The
house was crowded as we seldom caw it before evosy
seat in the spacious theatre being occupied, and hardly
a spot to be hud for standing room. She played Stella, la
the first act of Bulfe's opera of " the Enchantress,'' and
a Marie '' in the second act of DoniieUi's '? Daughter ?f
the Regiment and in the latter sho was encored in
two or threo of her best parts. After the curtain fell aha
was summoned out by the audience, and made her conge
amid the most rapturous applause.
Broadway Theatre ? The Bate man children appeared
for tlie first time in this theatre on Wednesday evening,
and drew u vtry crowded bonne. We understand, hew
ever. that proceeding* are about to be taken In the lav
courts, by Mr. CUailes Thome, proprietor of the Mew
York Theatre, for a breach of their contract with him.
So we may hare two interesting suits at law against
these little prodigies, for violation of contract? one at
the suit of Barnum, and the other of Mr. Thorns, wtm,
in consequence of their defectlen, was obliged to close hie
theatre. There is work for the lawyers ahead.
City Intelligence*
Mada.mk Eo.viiu at tub Cit* Hall ? Yesterday morn
ing ce?*id ernble excitement was created among the vorioua
officers, storks. lawyers. and baa#*? on about the City
Hull, by tbe announcement that Madame Honing ru
about to vblt tbe city capitoi. Good order and creditable
manners were, however preserved when Madame hon tag
and ber husband, accompanied by K. K. Collin*. mad*
tbeir Appearance One of the k?**fers of tbe City Hall
coDduruU tbe visiters through tiio various apartments,
commencing with the Governor's room The stranger*
expressed satisfaction at what, they Haw. and devoted
considerable time to the examination of the portrait* of
Governors and o' her eminent men. whose pictures hung
upen tbe wall* of these and other apartment*.
Dim miAM i. with a MiriTAUr Company.? A company
of (icinmn Hussars vl-ited Strjkers bay. yesterday, for
diili and target exercise. While then- "n disturbance
amc between lomt of tbe company and eeverol other
perrons. The military were most numerous. and their
opponents were < bilged to tly When the company of
Hiif-fart- wire returning to town, they were attacked by
about tifr > persons ou tbe Klgh'.h avenue near b'lfty
fourth street t)ue of the iik u relied Lieutenant Olle's
horfe by the rein*. when the ofBci r drew bi^ sword and
cut at tbe assailant's head, cleaving bin hat and inflicting
a wound upon the shoulder.
Accidfstai. DaowKiMn. ? Cor "tier Ives yesterday held
an inquest at I be foot of ilarelay street, on the body of
Ann I'eot a,;cd forty eight years. a native of thin State,
who came to her death by accidentally falling from*
ulank lending from th* bulkhead to tbe st?aui b?a? I'aa
saic 1 be deceased I* appear*, was endeavoring tog*
onboard the st > iimboat at th- time thn oco'.dent 03
Oliirtd. A vtruict was rendered according to tbe above
fact i .
t" mil Diahi ? Ootonsr Ives, yesterday. wasc,ilWt*
b' id an It <juest at|No. 7* Greenwich avenue on thebody
ct Patrick Kenncy who Ml down and expired almost
in mediately Su'ppo-ed to be cau-cd by di<ea?e of tha
heart. A n inquest will be held this day.
Run ov?n nv aw Brnmr. ? Yesterday at ab^ut one
o'click a yonng man was run over by Fire Engine No.
16, while on tbe way to a tire in West afreet* Tha
tongue of the engine struck him on the lie id iiiilicting
a severe injury, and leaving him in au Ineunblo state
Mm itai<\ PahaDT. ? The Wayne Guards, under the
criiin>iifid of Captain .1 K. Riley, and accompanied by
fchelber's l<ra>? band pa.-i-ed th? Hkba i n office yesterday
eviuing on their return from target pracilo*. Thn com
pany made a very creditable appearance mil the target
bore the maik* of come .-lurp shooting.
Pt rMonnl Intelligence.
Arrivals at the living Mou-e ? lion. N. K IUll.es
PoMmaster General, ilou J. M Potter Pa.; W. U Toby,
Kindertuok; Mr. I'.urgwyn N C., Mr Kavenal 3 C ; O.
T Vail. Troy; Hon Robert MoClcllsn Hudson Fred.
Mejers V H A : lion S li Hammond. Albany; Colonel
Gudrden S. C , Colontl King. Wa hlngton Hon. John A.
Collier, H'ngt amton; John 3. Iteekly Liverpool; Hon.
James Put herland Hudson and 1*7 others.
At the Metropolitan? Hon. .1 Bragg. M C . Alabama.
.1 11 Marsh I' d. N.; J C. Grayson do. ; Colonel ntU
Vaughn Buffalo; Win. Noise. (' 8 Navy: 0 W Iti-elw.
l'.avenswood; II< tiry Kdwards London. J U llinkley, U.
8 Army, Hon l> ? .-aver Kentucky; Hon. I., 8 . John
son Texas; P. 8 Van Retuelaer. New Hamburg md
At the Astor? J Wethirby. Kngland: J. J Davis t't ;
C T Harding Springfield; It Itenton. Va.; K I. Uilpia,
St Louis; R . 41 . Richardson. Vermont; M Hunt. TeiAi;
K Thorn. Alabama. Iir Ravenel. W. Winchester, and
OtL' Rich. Button. and 120 olh' rs.
At the American ? Judge Dibble Baltimore;.! Rickett*.
Philadelphia; R. It Fowler Alexandria Va.; W Oreen
wtod. Boston; 0 Hill. Washington; A F Turner Hoe
ton ; J M. Whiting. Richmond; vv B Smith. Saratoga,
C. (iilpin. ft. Louis and t'O others
At. tbe Waveriey ? I. C. Browne. Nashua; John T.
Gbolun Virginia; N . 1' Hhipard Richmond. K II Han
cock, Philadelphia; Thomas M. Smith and It M Brad
ford, Baltimore. Mr Willis. K. J Parker, aud I. II. Bb
din. Boston; C. 8. Hays. Richmond.
At the Howard House ? A. B Field. Canandalgua; 0 H.
Ames. Keesville J Patridge. Raleigh N C.jH M. ttirh
ards. Ma>?.; G. Kvans. Hnta\i? ? |T yo/r Philadelphia.
I>. W Wheeler, and R. Nortou N i aviile and IX
0th< rs.
Hon Thomas Baring, of the house of Barlog Brother*,
is now at the ltevere House. Boston.
Hon Horatio Seymour democratic candidate for Go
vernor of this State, waa at Albany on Tuesday.
A RKBBTXD on A Cuabuk of Mprdrk ? Ve?terrfay
two of the Marshal'* police of Kensington arrested Joha
Murphy, in that district, on the charge of humldi* '?
causing the death by stabbing, of a man named
at Cooper's Point. N J. about three years ago. I'* ?
identified as one of the party that left tbe house In > *
?teet. Northern Liberties aad crossed tbe .
morning of the affray, and is further charged wttfc beljg
the one who committed the deadly assault H wiU be
remembered that the party included one
and that one of the men la company
after the affair and convicted n M aeosjag^OW
mbj.de. a
AUth'iVles'of ' Ns? .tMmj- OttUt. .Sept. 18
Tiiova* PltPCK T? BK T"""1 *0K MtTKDIH ? The
ursnd iury of the c .oety of Hud'on. N .1 , iiw found a
roe bill M>n'n?t fb n. m

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