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Miller, will "leave Bo >ton --it nuoii to morrow for Liverpool. ftata'ttiptiom aud adrertvf rmento for Any edition of tke W*w York. Hiauii) will be received at the following yfeoes is Europe ? Ltvuhpool ? John Hunter, No. 2 Paradise ftreet. London ? Edward SanJford Ar Co., Cora b ill. ? Win lhouia" & Co.. No. l'J Catherine street. FaRI?? Livingston, Wolls ft Co., Rue de la Bourne. " B. II Reroil, No. 17 Rue de la Banijue. Yfee European mails will e!o?e in this city to day. at one wnd three o'clock 1*. M. The W MXir Hjwaijj, for European circulation, will be yaMUbed at half ; a?t cine o clock thi' morning. Steele copier in wrappers, Mvpence. Tiie N?vri. The two weeks later California intelligence, brought ly the steamer Uncle Sam. which arrived here about one o'clock this morning, is of a far more ebetriug character than anything previously receiv' *d ft* the Pacific side for some months. The wea ther had become seWed and pleasant, the roads were In a pa suable condition, and supplies of provisions had gone fi rth from San Francisco in all directions. The hungry had been fed. the naked clothed, and Ihe -ick eared ;or. The markets remained in about the same condition as per Lust accounts, with the ex teption of flour, which hud again Blightly declined in price. No better evidence is wanting that the miners are m a most flourishing condition, than the announce tner.t that two steamers sailed from the empire city of the Pacific on the loth and 1 Oth nit., with over three million* seven hundred thousand dollars' worth of gold, destined for the Atlantic States. Not satis fied with mere gold the treasure- seekers have turned their attention to diamonds. It is asserted that one of these precious brilliants, larger than that of the Crown diamond of England, which is valued at ten milliocs, has been picked up near Columbia, in Tuo hsmnc county. What next ? The debate on the Central American question in the L nited States Senate, yesterday, betweea Judge ila.'on anil ex-Secretary Clayton. was conductcd in a more earnest, but calm and deliberate manner, than any previous controversy on the subject in that body. As Mr. M. is the Chairman of the Committee on Foreign Relations, and it being understood that he spoke by authority, his speech will give the reader scbk- idea of what will be the course of the admi n iAtra tion should <Ireat. Britain, or any other Eu ropean power, persist in extending their dominion, either in Central, or any other part, of America. Our special correspondent intimates that h.: did nut go as far as authorized: nevertheless, he in effect declared that the Monroe doctrine will not be merely reiterated it will Ik enforced. Tie says England " has gone as fur as ?he can, and preserve peace" * this continent, the whole of it, must be freo from further British aggression." We are informed that President Fierce has already received semi official in formation with regard to the recent operations of the English steamer Devastation apainst Honduras, which will probably be sent to the Senate before it a adjournment. The cabinet had the matter under aonsideration yesterday, arid we expect to hi ve shortly a more definite exposition of the views enter tained by the administration. In the meantime. Mr. Jfasoii' i speech will be looked upon as txmtbrdra, and as such wi'1. doutlle.-*. ew.ite considerAble ex eitemeot. both r this country toj J Europe. The cJTii e-sr e^ers at Wuhingto t ajipear to have been reajarkah'y quiet yesterday. Our eorrespon dents mention cveral distingniahed gentlemen who are like'- iteive foreign appoir^mmts, but are l- 'a' ritb regard to the di?s Titles between ^ ????* and hunkers. How this ? Has t succeeded in satisfying the nvenous ? t b*.th fsctior", or have the sym toms of ?. ^ie with a foreign' nation convinced them of the utility of living in peace and harmony among (.hemselve-* > othing so speedily reunites the mul iitudinous political fact.ons of thi- comilry as the prespect of a. rial "iial difficulty, it creates a j/a tri tic unanimity of sentiment and a^ion <h t is trulj astonishing. Wiih the exceptior. of the debate in the Senate, ?m the proposition to reinstate a repeat physician at qnarcntine, no bii/iness of spt- ial interest was teansaefcid in ? ither br? ch of our State Legislature yesterday. There was a dry debate in the As-otn l ly 'ipon U.e As~< -mem bill, b it uo eoficlusioB was arrived at. Nearly every house In the city of CoTumbui, G?. ? reported to have t,een damaged by the terrific hail .storm which ;?it*d that p.are on the 10th in?t. . Many of the building* were unroofed almost every s-himnoy was blown down, and several bridges and trees were demoted, and yet , Strang to -ay not a #ln?rle life is known to have beer. 1 ?t. Severty flve thot?nnd dollai.s worth of property is -jstimatod to have beon destroyed V the partial burn ing of a park house at LouWille, Jatt Sunday night. \\ r r< aret h- i/ig corr^ielJefl to postpoac the details .itu rday '?< proceeding* in the Criminal Court at H aJunaton in tfie ease of Dr. Gardner. The trial ^rcuily irif-rcu es in Jntcrast as it progresses, and wv^tf weeks will prolmbly elapse be i ore the mat , i i- aiiai.y th-po.sed of. See tue synopsis of yester d. V* traosocHons under the toh . raph heaj. . ea nrv- -Uiip son n fumed to t'?< iwrt ' 1"r,'?y aft., noon. Her trial trip to the ^ n" L'f,it)' tTidPnt "fraction by her office., and all r?K, who Wf,? on , ,v<; ^ where give a very Interesting ,Wri.*ivo ot the visit to tbis ve-^J by t' . m.? ,i , , . ^dnia legislature. ' ' mmbor" of th* V ,r" he Hoard of Alder-nen m< t l^t evening, whfti ti e n.riort 01 Committee on Aims, to apply t.itbeL*,. "?laUit* f -r powerto ralseasnm of A7.? WO ' t> r "j. - K cow^fln, 1he r.t,.kh\m >n 4 s ,-Ur.i. *** ULru U# .vr tvfl-iaer-tl^n j t>r | after jdtoe aiuaaportaJlt <te?uau?i, it wu Uid /poo toe table? tf>? Govern*!*, in the meantime, to coBjnnmleate to the Board, before its next meet ing, how much had been paid for the erection of the workhouse. and what would be required to complete it. In the Board of f.ssistanta, a report frtm the contmittee was brought up, in favor of a new Ulte rior water line of piers from Kighth street to Thirty ?cigbth street, on the East river. The report was laid on the table, after a short discommon, by a vote o^ thirteen to seven. The Board theu adjourned until six o'clock thiil evening. Mr. Fabeus delivered a very interesting lecture on Cayenne yesterday evening, in the Broadway Taber: nacle, and brought forward a number of facta relative to the decline of the colony since tli? negroes have been emancipated. A report of the lecture appears j in another column. Coroner Wilhelm held an inquest yesterday morn- ; ing, at the hou^e No. 33" West Twenty-sixth street, j upon the body of a man named Michael Morris, who ' committed suicide by hanging himself to a hook in | the wall of his bedroom. The deceased had been left alone when laboring under a fit of delirium tre mens. He was fort/ years of age, and a native of Ireland. Coroner Gamble held an inquest last evening, at No. 52 Dominick street, upon the body of Wm. D. Guillan, w ho was knocked down and killed by hose carriage No. 24, on Saturday night. The jury acquitted the members of the company of all blame. It waa purely accidental. The deceased was a native of New Jersey, and about sixteen years of age. To-day's inside pages contain political and gossip ping letters from London, Paris, and Genoa ; Com missioner Bartlett's Report relative to a railroad route to the Pacific ; Financial, Commercial, Thea trical, and Municipal Intelligence, ?fcc. Cfllic-?ccklng and Offlctftfkfn at W*?h ?tigton. ?? What news from Washington who has been appointed Snch is the query which every other man has addressed to his neighbor > at least half a dozen times a day during the last I fortnight. Other topics of conversation have ! lost their interest. The fall in cotton, the pros 1 pects of the money market, the news from Eu | rope, and even the Aldermen, attract compara i tively little or no attention. Startling bits of gossip about oflicial corruption are barely lis | tened to. and the retailer of a delicious anecdote concerning the new Empress actually fails to secure an audience. Nothing is marketable but rows from the capital. Washington letters arc eagerly fished out of the newspapers, and the most ridiculous surmises of ignorant correspond ents are made the subject of grave comment and serious anxiety. The cliances of rival candi dates fluctuate like fancy stocks. Jenkins gose up on Thursday, but Snooks' arrival, with a pretty wife, depreciates him on Friday, and on Saturday knowing operators will not touch any thing but Brown, who has three editors, two Senators, and one Irish patriot in bis sleeve. If such be the state of matters in New York, no one will be surprised to learn that the capi tal presents a still more striking appearance. There the agony of office-seeking has reached its climax. Hosts of expectants have travelled thousands of miles to put in their plea for a snug berth. Hotels, boarding-houses. and even private dwellings, are crammed from basement to attic with candidates for Presidential favor ? a garret, with a truckle bed and a tin wash basin, is worth $3 or $4 a night. Reams of paper are consumed in letters of introduction and certificates of capacity. To hear of the persecution which the President is undergoing, and of the business like management of those who arc supposed to possess influence at court? to see the crowds of poor fellows who are spending their last cent in the campaign, and whose anxious faces and nervous manner remind one of gamblers round a roulette table ? to study the sbilful manauvring and cunning devices of the pro fessional ofl'ce seeker, one might fancy, without any great stretch of imagination, that all the gold of California was about to be distributed in I landfills from the steps of the White House. A sad thing it is, indeed, aad by no means a matter of self-congratulation that all this in triguing. and racing, and hoptJig. aDd fearing, and begging. nn(i promising, and threatening ? not to speak of more shameful practices ?are j set on foot and stimulated by the prospect of sharing the beggarly booty which the service of the State oll'crs. We speak lesi as moralists than as mere men of business. Many good things and true might be said in deprecation of the mania for wearing lhery with which some men arc afflicted? much to the purpose on the folly of bartering one's honest independence for ! a pittance from government. But we ap 1 peal to no such sentiment. Let us sup pose that it is a glorious and a man Jy tat-k to docket papers or copy letters iu the oUcc of the treasury or the po-tal department. Let us award our unqualified esteem ex officio. to the man who extorts a consulship, o marshal ship or a post office, from the cabinet. Let us waive the aristocratic prejudices of republicans, and consent to look upon the salaried do ? aie-tics of the State as equals. What is the price for which they fctruggle ? What is the guerdon w hich induces them to pocket their pride Kiifl play the part of humble supplicant* just j now in order that hereafter they may be per ! mitt d to work like galW slaves ? be taunted with their avarice by every noisy economist, and be subject to the arrogant control of an ill tempered chief, or the ignorant criticism- of a factions Congressman .' Omii the cnbinet. and a few very important f ffice-. -'ich a- as-^t.int secretaryships auditor hips com ptrol lei ships, it., and the av erage alary <>f the bulk of the remaining offices w ill he found rather under than over $1 .500 a year. 'I his i- alont the salary which a competent liookkceper or salesman w ho har just attained his majority. can readily command in New York. Cl.ances < t promotion there are none. On the contrary, there is a tolerable certainty of a'> riipt dismissal at the end of four or eight ye.irs. Tic knowledge gained during this period of -m ice is absolutely unavailable for any other sible calling. Nothing has lieen learnt which can Ik; turned to account. Nothing has been saved for the rainy day. A clerk in the tn.afory department, or the interior, or the po>t fiff'ce. w ho ho- struggled luird to upyiort his wife Riid family on his *1.000. or $1,100 or $1,000 a y ar. find- the w ide world before him .it the end of his term of crvice. and except that he is lour y (us older, and lt.-s active, i- precisely in the ?amc j '?sit,. in that be occupied before he was appointed. Such i? Miccessful olTice-se< k ing. Bittei si may Ikj the disappointment of the hundreds who return lrom Washington, after seeing the prize on which tb'-y hud set their heart become the prey of a rival, we al most feel inclined to envy them when \re con trast their prospects with those of th' ir mor ? successful competitors. There may is- a few .among the latter, whom, if a salaried sinecure be an object of envy to an honest man. it might lie possible to congratulate. There are men, we kij?>w. lacking the energy nn-1 self reliance :eqnicrt<* f< r ?nece*" when thrown on their w : ruvur.es; to tlic*', too, irrc; politic dru'J^'rjr, | wlfpn accompanied by a tegohr stipend, would ?doubtless be ? boon. Bat by far the greater number ftre, to our Bind, legitimate objects of sympathy. To complain of the system of awftrding " the spoils to the victors,'' oh it is popularly phrased, wo?ld be a waste of words. Something is due to long established custom. No one, we im agine. conceives it to be for the benefit of the country that an efficient clerk should be din charged to make room for a raw hand, because the fortner happens to be a democrat and the President a whig, or ?iee versa. But when an abuse of this nature has taken root, it requires a giant's strength to remove it. Party feeling j and vindictiveness, or at least a natural desire for retaliation, are arrayed on its side. The memory of one proscription makes another a necessity. Politicians must become better Christians be fore they can deny themselves the sweet gratifi cation of their revenge and their ambition at tho same time. Moreover, the custom has wrought out, in a certain measure, its own cure. Tho knowledge that a large number of appointments will be in the gift of each President has stocked Washington with a formidable array of tolerably competent men of both parties. Many have al ready served, and as there arc at least ten ap plicants for each vacant post, it rarely happens that the President is forced to select a very un lit incumbent. This we note in mitigation, not in justification, of the practice. Aided by judicious management on the part of the cabinet, we be lieve it may avail something to correct the evil, i ABimilar benefit would attend the extension of | each President's term of office to eight years by I a re-election. Where the conduct of the chief i ruler is such that the people can safely entrust him a second time with the destinies of the country, we should, on this as much as on any other grounds, warmly recommend the practice. The Fate of Mexico. ? The disorganized and wretched condition of Mexico has, for a long time past, furnished a fertile theme for the con sideration and speculations of journalists and statesmen, and has very naturally attracted great attention in this republic. But it has at the same time absorbed no less au amount of attention in Europe, but more especially in England and France. The idea of this Ameri can Union being still further augmented by the annexation of the extensive States composing the Mexican federation is one which can with difficulty be reconciled to these powers, jealous of cur progress and dreading our preponder ance in the scale of nations. This is the last remedy ? the dernier ressort ? which could be had recourse to for the rescue of Mexico from tie evils with wlikft it has been so grievously afflicted. Therefore, every means-calculated to impede, postpone, or defeat the aacomplishment of this apparently inevitable event, has been and will be eagerly snatched at; and in this sentiment we have perhaps the clue to some re cent movements that have taken place in Cen tral America-end Sonora. The French press has. however, just disco vered a specific which is warranted if adopted, to restore Mexico to its former prosperity The only great difficulty in the way is, that the Unitsd States might not be disposed to cousent to the arrangement. The remedy lies in the voluntary resumption by Mexico of its ancioni 1>onds of fealty and allegiance to Spain, or. at least, in the reforming of her government into a monarchy, 'with one of the Castilllin prince? of the blood on the throne. The idea is such a capital one that we are induced to give a few extracts from an article embodying it. published in the l'aris Const it utionnel of the 21st ult.. and which, we have ao doubt, will awaken some at tention among our statesmen, by indicating how the current of opinion runs in Europe in rela tion to the affairs of this continent A republic is not suited to the Mexicans. This hi^ been iufficicntlj proved by thirty years of trou ble, The Spanish sovereigns had elevated the pros perity and greatness of the colonies; independence and the republic have launched them into a state of dissolution and ruin, of which the cause is evi dent. Since exhausted Mexico has no more than the choice of a master, we would prefer to sec her return, on certain conditions, into the arms of the Spanish monarchy, rather than to see her pmw under the dependence of the government of V\ anhui^ton. But if that is too great un effort of rea-ton for the Mexican people, let then at least have the wisdom to return to the monaschical cystem , an i let them demand from the race of their ancient monarehs i some prince whose ancestors have been connected i with toe old administration of the country. * * * ' A foreign monarchy could not be installed in Mexico I except by the aid of foreign powers. We arc com I pletely ignorant what would be the dispositions oi the various governments in lhat respect, but it ap ! pears to ns beyond doubt that England, for example, repents to-day o! the attitude taken by her wht :i the Spanish colonies revolted and liberated themselves. Site has since perceived the fatflt which she then com mitted. Of this we need no further proof than the entirely opposite oonduct which she tollows in the matter of Cuba, and her honest efforts to preserve tLat possession to tiie crown of Spain. If the sentiments embodied in the foregoing extract indicate the latent polity of France and England they will find that they arc somewhat in the condition of the man who would reckon without his host. To set them right therefore, as to the course which lhc United States is pre pared to adopt in case of any such attempted interference in the affairs of this continent, we recommend to their attentive perusal the inaugu ral address of the nctual President of the United States. If the contents of that document could have been known when the article in the Con ?titutionnel was penned, wc venture to say that no 'uch suggestion would ever have been uia?le as that counselling Mexico to return to her former condition as a Spanish province. In the meantime, Santa Anna has returned to Mexico, and we may soon expect to see decisive mea sur< s taken to organiser a strong and cITicient government, instead of those vacillating and revolutionary imitations which have been ro c< i.tK palmed off on that unfortunate republic. Wak in Wau. Strekt ? Shocking Pwcr.<> -i i t.-'. - The great civic reform movement, which has already been productive of such strange and incredible events in the metropolis, secm-i now about to be rendered still more piquant, spicy, and interesting, by a desperate exterminating conflict just commenced between two of our illustrious Wall street editois. There was n terrible commotion fn that region yesterday, caused by the publication oi the first cartels between the belligerent parties. The very bulls and ljears, on reading them, ceased growling, and were, as it were, awed into a temporary calin. They have not yet recovered from their astonishment, but watch with theut uiot interest the progress of this direful counter. It would seem that one of the Wall street blanket- the Courier and hneport r haj become possessed, according to its o n story, of a document, verified on oalh. charging ?omc one supposed to be one of the editors of the reformative Journal of Commerce, the other blanket, with being guilty of one of the very a< ts which have of late day" so much cxcite 1 th* indt; nation of that personnje. In a . editorial article wliith appeared la the feraer j paper one day hut week, ?ommenting apoa the depravity of oar city government, and the motives actuating some of its opponents in the great reform movement set a foot, it was broadly stated that someone had, on a certain occasion, actually attempted to bribe one of our incorruptible Aldermen in his official capacity. Of course such a charge could not be permitted to go unanswered, as silence would be naturally construed into a virtual admission of the fact. Therefore, in yester day's issue, the Journal publishes the following tierce communication from one of its editors, ??Lowing the war to be of so interesting a nature that we are induced to give both parties th? benefit of our circulation, to make the ca*u* belli better known to the public Congress Hall, Albany, I Saturday, March 12, 1863. ( The Courier and Enquirer, in its leader of Thurs day last, publishes the following:? One pajer especially, adroitly working under tke ?over of political neutrality bat made it its businnns to brio# whig officers of the city government into odium, wbereaa, in trutb, four fifths of the official m&lfeaaanee with which we are curbed i? of democratic orign. We might eaiiily khow what ?uch attacks are worth, by the publica tion of a hworn affidavit in our han<li>, from an e* Alder man, inculpating the avjiilant in thin case in an attempt, while acting u the agent of a corporation, to bribe him in bis official capacity. I demand to know, through the columns of that print, whether I am the person intended, and if so, that the alleged affidavit be published. 1 have been here since Tuesday last, ana shall not bo present in New York, except temporarily, for some aayB. On my return to the city 1 shall give this matter prompt attention. Geo. B. Bctleh. Now. then, let us see what the valiant editor of the Courier will respond to this resolute de mand. Will he publish the affidavit alluded to. with a full accurate, and reliable history of the whole affair ? If he is able to substantiate his charge, why even the indictments against the Aldermen will be placed in the shade by this new and more interesting phase in the move ments of the day; but if not, then be must cry peeeati. make his confession, and solicit pardon at the hands of the incensed editor of the Jour nal. Wall street is amu/.ed at the magnitude of the impending conflict, and it is said that already immense bets arc laid upon the ie-ue. Stand aside, and let us have a fair fight, and no shirking. Rati.boad Route to tub Pacific ? Retort of Commissioner Bartlett. ? While Mr. Barfc lett. the commissioner of the Mexican boundary line, was engaged on that important work, he took the opportunity of exploring the country in reference to one of the three proposed railroad routes to the Pacific -namely, the most southerly of them? and he has reported on the subject to the government. An exploring party has been sent out there to make a minute and accurate survey ; but, meantime. Mr. Bartlctt'e report, which is the result of a more rough and hasty examination, will be read with deep interest. i information on this subject is eagerly sought I lifter at the present time, and as erroneous ?views are entertained in regard to it by m;iny. we have procured a copy of this valuable doc ument. to which we refer the readers in another column. There are three great routes now before the public by which h. is proposed to construct a railroad. The first of these is from Mis* ouri through the woll-known South Pass of the Rocky Mountains, and'thence to San Fratxfisco. This route is very direct, and. doubtless, the shortest. The second, to cross the Rocky Moun tains at a point west of Albuquerque; an<! the third, from a point north of and near El Paso del Norte, on the Rio Grande. Each ol' these routes has its advantages and disadvantages, a-: we thowed a short time ago in an editorial ar ticle on the subject. In a work of such mag nitude as the proposed railroad, a thorough ex amination should be made, by experienced engi neers. of the several routes mentioned: <ift?i which the government can determine tlx- one that has the greatest advantages, and act ae accordingly. Mr. Bartlett, as we have -aid. while conducting the boundary commission across the continent, explored the region south of the Gila, where it is proposed to run one of the lines, or that extending west from ?>r near El Fai-o. This is the rustle which is particularly interesting to Texae, .and which, should it be adopted, may have it* terminus within that Slate. One advantage whicb * ould accrue from the route south of the Gila and across the nor i hern States of Mexico is. thut it would open a more direct communication with these States than now exists, ami enable us to supply them with nccetssarics of life, which are bow obtained from other sources. This is au important considera tion. >Butwedonot advocate any particular route. Let that which is best on the whole be [ adopted Talk on 'Chang*. The conversation turned on the character of the o t*, by the Afriet. The state aud prospect* of*he ErglNti money market were considered favorable, and it vras be lieved that, ahould peace be maintained, ?spe d illv between Era no* and England there was nothing in the future to prevent irreat abundance of money, c#B?-d by the influx of Australian gold. Private lettersceceived by the Africa ajxak o! lar^e rtceipt J of gold expected by early arrival*. The th'p TJiiwe Bell", fropi Port Philip, with ?310,000 in jruld dust, had been the only arrival of inportance line* the 12th *.f Junuiry. There were 199 vessels (comprising '?O.OOti tout) loading for Australia. The steamship Australia, of the Australian Mall Steamship Company, hal sailed from Plymouth, with ?'00 000 in specie, aad 200 mivil bugs. It wa? estimate I by some that the ateamship Great Britain now due, would bring a large amount of gold. The receipts of gold in England wituin the nont four or live nuiutha wi re expected to rea^h over $60, 000,000. It ? as believed that aome orders cair.?> out for p-jrcbaiea of Southern flour, on Australian uccoiut. Tlie eouimerciul character of the news, a* far as ? otton t ni flour were concerned, was unfavorable. The f truer wa dull, while (lour was rii and a quarter eenf? p?, bir r<l lower. Wheat was nominally the inif, whil .? orn sold rather freely at about former rates. In conversation regarding the propriety of di^iimi nating between the railroads of the State, by reg ila'ing the tolls of the central roadi, white other* were ei'?r*.|>t wa? net approved of by ecmc merchants who spoke of tlie lubject. Kailroade, at be-it,, cannot carry freight in competition with c&naW in the biating season, while in winter it la a great convenience to the public for theui t? Co io Tlie opinion was, that were these road* loft with out interference in their tolls, the canal receipts would be aboot the came And at best, there were no urgent rea-ons for legblativo interference. IJy taxing the cen tral loads an undue, if not unjust, dlecriminitou .n favor of the competing railroad liues of Pennsylvu, m u made. If freight* cannot come over our roads on fa vorable terms, they must reu?h tide water through Pennsylvania. There was some conversation respecting the landing of ?mi|rrant passengers, by ?inall boats from sliip-t in the ftre: m, and it was ?ald tbat, th?-re was a project CDter taine<l by pome of our citi/^us to indure tho Legida'.u j to compel vessels to land p issengers at the wiiaii'. A j meiehant intere-ted in the shipping bu-lness. ?t,r.tod that, j un<!er cxUtinp circumstances, It was Impossible tit ^rtnif , a -hip alongside the wharf, immediately fhc reached in chorine ground In the North or Ea.-t rlrirs he.-vin: lVo qv'ntly a t>eilli could not bo h id. perhaps, for a day or tv*o afterward- In such ca -as pa4senj?r<, In tb'ir p?a* anu'ety to land, v ? -,!d hiie pritra'< b lalm'-u 1, , coo 1 vey thi m to the whart in open yawl bo?U, at tie- i ?i in ; t-nt li.-k of their lives, and i-ven in direct oppo : :lo;i to the wishes of the iiflicers of the ship It w is *uf[ge>ted, tint should the CommisainnTS of V. n ir-at!< n provide a In, t?, ci ntral wharf, ami with suit i' f*r tbe In- ???' !>"?"-? !?!"? itvely to ?lie Hnn'irg ef rni'/rnu's. then *li< r<- would ' ? I b uXcmUi w UsC?u Uira ju **<? n.th j, I Ctt J PaHtlM. A mxrORM KKXTINO OF TU TOUWO MEN 0 BElfO CKATIC nnOM CLUB. At a meeting of tha members of this Club, convened for the parpoM of maktaf ajraagemeota for ft mftM meeting of tbo dwnocrftey , to teko into eoneideraUon the propoe*d reform w our eity government. the fcllowlng preamble ftod resolution were adopted Where**, Tho late *stounding fr*ud* ftnd mimftiiftgo nient in t*e ftffftlr* of our city goretnment bftre most Z*a\ called tortb tbe U.di?D?lion of the m*esof our et?ns M.d iequire iu.rn.dUte reform; ftnd, where**, ?h. democratic republican party is moat vitally ntereet ed in *ny ??nend..iei>tM to or alterations in. our eity char t., and *h-.uld be vigil. nt la seeunntf the re4ulslte reform- and al-o believing that the democratic republican .art, ooistitute the fountain head lrom Xh.TJ.um? aud benefit s to .ho masses of the com munity *houM emanate, therefore f 4ujrtv.0ne be BecoWed lb*t a vigilance committee of thirtf ??e m appointed, to take into consideration tho I tions iu th? city charter, and secure *ual? aWt^s a* . ill benefit all cla-ne* of the community alike, and ac tuullv reform the abuaea which have UtMy _l**u *- <p?<< >d, ?tid if requisite, call a man* meeting of tho democracy at the ?ftrlioi-t day practicable A committee of the following gentleiueu was then ftp pointed James T Brady. John Cochrane, James M. Smith, Jr., I Ira B. I)a\is, John Van Bureo John 1> Burebard. H- ?? ('air 0. G< (ifiej Out ther Warren 1' Smith/lhos. Brady, C. H Bogardus. It. K Delavau, Isaac V. Jowtor. b. 1>. French Wr ght Hawkes. Hobert Johnstone, A. h. May nard 1- F Hiirriaon. Thomas Lawrence, A H. Herrlck, Garret Ihckman, S C Bury**, D. P Smith J W.J leejht, Unes lienry Jr Thomas A. Glover. John H. Harnett, E Martin M O Allen. D Banks, Jr., Win. M. Cooke Cliy IntelllRenee. Tits WFATirra Ye-terdav the weather continued fine all day. but towards evening tho atmosphere began to kiow cold. At eleven o'clock last night ibe tliermo.ueter ftt the Hkrald office ttood at 24 degrees above zero. Removal or Braky fl Dagterkkav Room*.?' Tho removal of Mr M. B. Brady'- laguerrean gallery to No. .?J Broadway. wan inaugurated laitt evening. A very Ur^o uumlwr of highly fashionable per-ons were In attendance among whom we observed Mayor We itarvi.lt, General an ford and son. Udgen Hoffman, Alfred Beach, and any number of 1, aud. on,.- ladies. The gallery, dreadog^ou., operating room aud all the appurtenances of Mr. Brady n new locate were examined by bis nume^ou* v-item, an?! were found extremely neat and well-fitted up, and, of course, elicited commendatory remarks from all preaent. Mr. Brady furbished a magnificent supper to his guest*, and the evening passed oil very pleasantly to all present. Roes'? Hebrkw axd F^iJMiDirnoxAKV ? This work was sent to the World's F?ir in lxindon. and was cxainlnel by a committee of the most learned <>riental scholar' in Furore, and pronouncei' by them to he the best work of ihe kind extant. A gold modal and an o'egan ly bound report of the Jurors ? ere ftwatded. ard forwarded to the Piesident of tie United States, and a latter, in tlio I resi dent's own hnnd-ritine. sent on to the learned profasaor, ! notifying him of the fact. This, therefore, settles the i character of the work for aver. Tiie VoirxTKEK Be.nott ? How much inouey did the Volunteers receive at tho recent benefit V Rented prom Browsing.? A bout 11 o'clock on Sunday ?vening ft man. named John Clay, in attempting to |ret on Wrd of one of tbe ?<mth ferry boats, fell overboard, and would in all probability have found a wfttory grave had it not have been for the timely exertions or omcer Ihrftle, of the First ward police. i firk ?At 7 H o'clock last erening, the house No. 32 ! More street took fire, and -as not extinguished before ; the whole building was completely gutted Tho first story ? wai occupied an a junk Kb' p. and tbe upper floor* by a | numlier of families. The damage wilt not be very heavy, as the buildirg wfts ft very old and dilapidated one. Corhk.tion .?The church of St. Francis Seraph was not dedicated yestei^ay a* we announced it would be. ine ceremony will take jlace on the i!8th inst. Pollen Intelligence. Arrat of a Daring Ilurylor ? "n Sunday night, ab ul 10 o'clock, private watchman Wui. Springer discovered a light in the prtmhes No 04 Cliatham street, kept by Tutrick Fotlen as a geotlemeu's furnishing store, sir. Springer peeped through the key hole and there witnessed two men, with a lighted cftt.dle selecting goods to c irry olT. Ultimately the burtlars heard a noise at the front door, ?hi^h gave them an al.irm, and they hurriedly left the store. The watchman knowing thai the thieves mua . have enteied the rtore through ih* rear, tliereforc ran I aroun-1 the comer into Duftne street and there, at Iso 1J, from a passage- way , the two burglars rushed out and ran off. Mr. Springer pursued them down City Hall place to Pearl street, and when iiearCro.vs street, in i earl sJre?'> r.ome person tripled up oue of tbe burglars ami Mr. Hpriuger b*inff cl ^e by seized bold ot hw collar, and then, aia*d by policeman Cofttes. of the Sixth ward police took hhr> into cusmdy aud conveyed him to the station h"us* He there cave hi? name as John Wiluon. Sj*>eral oi tlu stolen articles were loi.ud '>n his person, and a Rood rnariy others were picked up by the police from the street, where they h?d b?en thrown by the rogues in endeavor ing to escape. Tbe property altogether removed by the burgUrs, wasvalteda.about $150 The other burgUr made his e-cnie. Tbe accused was ye, terday morning taken before befoie Justice Bogart uud exauuue.i oa ft charge of burglary. He stated that he was a native ot Belfast, Ireland twenty -seven vears of aire, and had nothing to av in reference to tho charge. Much credi is due private watchman Spr.oger for bis vigilence on this ocrnsicri. in deiecUn< and arresting one of the ^ntheliaitT of False PreO-nces aoairul Thtodor ? Lui .? The case ot Theodore l>ent. obarKed with obtaining ?evc ral hundred dollars from a female named Bertt a J orat 7, k, keeper of a hoi. -e of .11 fame at No. 74 Mercer f.rcM, was concluded yesterday belore Juttice Stuart. Th. 'rt davit of Mr I). 11. Haiirht, the owner of the house i. question, in refer. , ce to tlie letUi'g of the satnc to Mr. Lent, was takeu ) e tertlay. and Ls as lollows ? D Heniy Haight. of No. 13 Waver'ey place being ! sworn .ay,? That he is the ewnor ot the premises No. .4 ! Mercer street; that he len^d or let the said premises to j Theodore I-ent only to the 1st day of May, 1853; nevet ; leased oi let tho ??id premises to him for any longer terra, ! and never authorized him to underlet or W'.c said preml tes to any other person, and alwuv." looked upon him a? a lenant and never authorized him as an agout lo let, or underlet, or ka-e 'he said premises to Bertha Juratzek; I he, the <>aid Lent well knew that the deponeat would 1 take posses.-iou of said premises on tho first day of \l.iy next and further deponent did not kuo.v Mr. l^nt tu ; reference to the letting or the house, ur as un upent in anv re?rect whatever. ... , . ? , * The magistrate gave his decision by holding Vr. T^?nt j to ball in the hum of *1,000, to answer the charge at I -Court. .. ? , . _ , | ratting Forged ChoU.? Officer Mansfield on Sunday ar ! rested a young man, not more than eighteen years of age, earned Thomas S. Mitchell, on a charRi of pttFein^ ? I forged check, bearing a fictitious name, for the sum of i $?6. in ps< m. nt f ir cln'lii"g purcha ;ed of Kdward 1 ox, ! No. 216 Broadway . It a,.] ears by the affidavit of Henry t Macey. bookkeeper n Mr Vox 'a employ, tiiat Miteliell I caiied at the -tore on the 25th ot' l eVuary last. purcUa ed ' & diess coat and ve-t valued at ^115. and in payment ' gave a cteck on the Bank of the Republic, of which the tallowing is a copy ccotoeooocoooo3sseoocece?0 ? New York, l'e'ur aary lis-j J. 0 ! o BANK OF THF. REPUBLIC, o J ? I'ay tc M. Douglass, Jr., or bearer, Thh.y l.ve * o 60 100 dolla.s. 0 ' ? i35 50 M. DOUOI?VS? k SWIFT. " ^oooooecooooooooasooocoeoss0 The accused tm giving the check said that lils name ' was Douglas?, an'* ?uat he resided at the corncr of )"fth j avenue tud Thirteenth struct lbe story of the Moused l waa be lie auri bv Vli >Vix nod the chock taken, hut on pro ] lenting the -aw" at <Jie Junk for payment, the paj ing | teller stated that munch firm kept any a^eoun' in i Ue j tmtik , nor did he lu.n.v that any such firm Misted. .Since that time ^osiig Mitchell ban managed toev?do pu-ni't, , until ? umiay lust Mr Macey met him in the street and j caused his ar eat Ibe oflicer haj recovered the coat and I vest and on the t<M n of 'he accused the olicer found a j memorandum p?p*r on rhich vu a Hat of Article p r i cha' ed elsewhere together with Items of expenditure for i one nijibt viz- ? supper #4. curl ng hair 50 cent*, ebim J | Hf>. extras ?'.c $5 It is a Icgc-l that oth^r C-eoks ' of a similar cliaraetfi have U rn pa-?*J by the accused. I ll'.Uery in a lUute of Jlliuirw ? officer Lord Tester | .day arrested ti joiing woman mimed Vary A,m llaley o? a charge of robbing Thorna-* Liscomb of thj b r!< !\ i p?!Mf, lying lit pier ' l ast river, ?hi!e in a boace of 111 I'MUB iii Manlia'iari alley, itemi ng from hi* person a wal let containing fcfi'.fi. It cents lX-Comb wa< induce, 1 to wslt. the prenii-es iu question, wr.?-re lie remained b'lt a short tm.c m.d on IiIr karnig the house be di*cnv< r< 1 his logs, lilt woman was arrested charged Tilik ileal tug Ui? monejrjsbe however denied the accusati< u an 1 j/rote-ie<l h?r Innocence beforo tho magistrate bu* tbo Justice tbouji lit she n as guilty, a 'I a ?'oordinrrly cm B,ittcd l,er to pi i-on f?.r trial. No portion of tli >r.on"y * :\ - ieccwrtil r/lie Appointment of IVfr. PitrrC. "Washington. a- HtXiTO*, March 13, 1'C". TO TH> KDITOB OF i Ui. JILt'ALD. Ifendjouft lew uo.-t to set a metier right, an r-rrwr into which one o* jotjr telegraph I : correspondent* fell or t>-9th'n-t. concerning I'eter O Washington, , now As is'ant 't;ci ? ary uf tho l'r ? ? ur Ibai iles|?!ch a aied that Mr. Washington's appoint ment bail i % t'n u eat ?li.- ictisfacio to the d"ino ra -y heie." atnt 'list be wa rcfo-ed to lie admitted u ?? men berot el i er of the democrat !?: clnbshore ?? irirj ;H> canvn?s, on ibegroun t tli .t ii? .ra~ not a^'iod di!im.'raf On Ibe tart oi your <orr? i ondent It. In il..ubib"M ' lOi ly I mi'-tii'.e? i ii il.c | art ot his informant it iras fdoilily a fal-u-hood. No 'in I v >a- '?Ir. V?',i?lnng oa not vei'u e I ndnjisMon to ? ithev of tb> ileuinoratiQ Club ln*re. but be vn asiealm lj rtesiro ? for the nic-:e- < of ib? ih-tno ???;) cy us an\ <*ni > crs t here A a Bd *tb t oi tffi ol tl .* democratic ?i . h- lier?, 1 |>r "inoiiU'-O the tallied ill 'I I.I di'f | tiicb of ? 1 1 ' 3th utto;'l) vnido! ti lth Mr. tCastiingtoii' itneltitiiWH! ?i oulv tndlr rer ? v ' by a f"* li'tle tsitlcariM here who aro ? -utitl ? i to and 1 .i'.< no loliticJ inip'.r: ? n?'f . 'mtoier. Vour- r ily. BiGtir. omit Cth>>(ilu?Thi4 <5 sj<. p. a T r*r! i' t t' it ?T - N'm H" I ?> M vl'!'R! MI ?' I ' f? ? pec ill I Torm ? N'os. fl7, 72, , 7 83, 8C to W, fit Hi". HW, 1 ' -1, IDS, in ! . . 7''. to 111?. innniK I'm'tn -? itenit,. - \ ? . M . 2'iT, 2iS 311 to 31 ti : IK 3 '1 : 2. ^ I I 'T Rt'K (' t.TT ' ho hri'M' ' Vo i .'ill. f? 4f I ir' ft' t, r< i :? ?' .9", > ?< .? <>?? if 34, 51'. if. 7 0 4?'i, Ii-:. I ft, Ii't - %, ;? T> i i ?? 1 07 1 1 tt n :i (m) tii l, t l'. ,1 1 . : i 'i< 61', i if li ft. 68n. i. i ; Ddgalni l- I idhcIi t blnn -The U? i, . . ? & jf i '.. tly Ininu/ 'l 'i ? ? , i, . .,in i hi t Vi r i, i. now : ' >4 . i tuiitieis ii - ' ,. t ,r u f<-.- fin * II AT HUM CUT .. D.'iIkEV, "U and .' ?3 Ur - lwrf. ?-Tli?; Mettle 111 Woiifl.n oriiu- Aw W?i. * r\' I ? / ' t i?lut . |?t j? fifft 'ln ftli" ?::??<? l?-i fhn i t ,,t p? i ) ! Hi 'fojnr i v, and *11 ?? ??* ? '" i j . Hill*..'''! *.'?.! ? ill ? - ?'? Ufc" ? ?? | at ?;.r .?? ; r* , ^ ' ii' P'roct vhi/ ilw?r bwloW .. Pr'.v* j VA Lwiiivt, (a I'J, i n* ?mil TrWk.? IWarnllliter, Hrlkr, mm? other modern nifitiui, in trod nee in their entertain incut* a bottle trick. by which they deceive the public la the most miraculous manner. They, however, declare it to be a trick. T hire arc other pcreona beside* necromancer* who fractise the hottle trick, not with the motive of amusing he public, but with the latent of wilfully imposing upon them, taking their money, furnishing them with a specie* of roiaon, end Injuring In reputation and pocket a worthy gea leman, We refcr to a trick which ha* recently baan resorted to by certain retailer* of liquor*, which i* exposed iu th ? subjoined letter from Mr. TTdolpho Wolfe. He iithemauu factnrcr and propr'"tor of that delightful and fascinating preparation known as "Aromatic Schiedam Schnapps,'' the merit* of which aro now petty g-nerally known from one end of the oountry to tlie other. It it the nanreat approach to that nectar to which the forta are said to hare been eo partial that we can conceive o!\ mid ran be iiuaffed with im punity. without tho danger of that distressing feeling nau ally following the iinhii.Htiou of distilled liquora. rendering a reaort to "nock and soda water" ? Lord Byron'* specific ? entirely unnecessary It teems from the following letter that soine persona are takiug advantage of the popularity of Mr. Wolfe's Schnapps, and aro atttuiptiug to tudace the public to swallow Lad giu for t he real article. We would urge upon thoae who hate now given up all other lievcragea for Wolfa'a 8olinappa, before they imbibe, to adopt the motto of Davy Cfyokett? '' Be sure yoii're right, than go ahead To the Editor* of the Sunday Time*. ? Gentlemen ? Having already burn indebted to von for highly flattering eommenda tlona ol my Aromatic Schiedam Schnapps, I am emboldeuod to address you with a view of soliciting yon, through the me dium of >"ur excellent journal, tu expose an impoiitioa which ha< recently been attempted, and from w'>Wh tho pub lie and myself iuffer alike. Tin- snoceia whioh has attended the introduction of my Aromatic Schiedam Schnapps, and ita acknowledged auperiority over every other distilled liquor in which tlie public aro accustomed to indulge, has induced some unprincipled retailers to foiat upon their ous tomcrs a deleterious, drugged hrtlelc of common gin, tho very worst kind of liquor which can be imbibed, destructive to health to an Incalculable degree. These persons, finding my Schiedam Schnapps ea ' rly sought for. have, regardlcs alike of cc in ui n 11 honesty and tho It'jury thev iuiliot upon thoir fel low creatures, procund empty bottles stamped with tlia name of the pure artiolc I nianufa4Mure, flllod them up with their noxious compounds, and pnltmd it off as my Schiedam. Schnapps. Those who I ave over tasted the real article oould never be deceived by any spurious preparation; but those vho arc not acquainted with my reputation aa an importer ol' liquor* of upwards of twenty years standing, might sup J iouc, ponililv, that the article t manufacture wa* nut whab t professes to be. I hall tuke every precaution to proteot. myselfand the public from i:n position, and I should l>? thank lui lor an v information wl ich will enable me to detect any attempt of the kind. Very rospectfully, yours, I'DOLPIIO WOLFE. New York. 22 Beaver street, March 12, 1852. " iSunilay Tlinca and Messenger, Marcli 13. The Virtues or Charles' I<ondon Cordial Gin are as tho tands on t'le sea jhorc. Its peculiar flavor lu gratlatcs ft Into universal tavor. Its purity was endorsed liy Sir Astlcy Cooper, the moat celebrated physician of hia day. and it in proscribed as a medicine by the whole medical faculty of llieat llritaiu. Importer's office No. 7 Park place. 8rpra.-Jnit received, per Bark* Centro f ui erica, Irla 1c Culib, and Venus, a superior lot of severs, of ett brands, lor sale in half, quarter, and Until box**. Dealers would do well to examine sample*. EDMUND C. CHARLES, Importer of Wltes and Segars, No. 7 Park place. AfcftoclaUoii for the Hxlilbltlon of the Indus try of all Nations ? Office, No. VI Broadway ? New York, March 1U, 1883.? At an election held at this office, on the 7tfc inet.. the following gentlemen were chosen directors for th? ensuing year, vii:? llortiuier l.i\ iugston, Elbert J. Anderson, Alfred Pell, Philip Bnrrowea, August Uelinont. Johnston Livingston, Alexander Hamilton, Jr., Charles W. Foster, . (ieoriie L. Schuyler, Theodore Sedgwick, William W. Stono. And. at a meeting ef the directors, held this day. Theodore Fcdgwick was appointed President, William Whetteo, Vlco Preridetit. Treasurer acd Secretary. andL. C. Stmrt, Assist ant Secretary. The Hoard then proeeeding to inerease its number, under the authority granted by an amendmont ef the charter, eleeted William WhcUcn a dirnetor for tho ensuint year. By urdcr, WM. WIIETTKN, Seo'y. The Aged and Feeble H 111 find Root's Da? (ruerToctjpe gallery N < 36.1 Broadway, particularly easy of lice-el's. It i- on the first floor, up stnirs. Call and a?e hia new ipieturea. Cravou daguerreotypes, crystalotypcs, [ana e'froosc ipic pictures, taken to perfection by BOOT, 363 Broadway. Dafucmotypei In Oil, by Wm, H. Butler, on the upper corner of Broadway and Murray street. These beautiful i pecinn-ns of nat' ro and art, have tho finish of the linest miniature painting. Daguerreotypes copied te nature. A &.'t Hat for .1(1 J. It. Feeny, ,5a 1-% Bowery, offers to the public a HTiug style hat for $2 .ri0, eoual to auy now sold in New York for $3. But one price. The public can judge for themselves. "Black hh Erebus."? This Is one of the ehn~ racti rintlcR of the hats marnfactnred by KNOX A JAMES, all cit they are ai< bri -ht and resplendent in beauty :vs skill, renins, and taste can render them. Call at the Preso itt Hat Stow, in CapUin Dcgroot'i new hotel, corner of Beoad way and Spring street, nil from thoir Infinite variety make j our selection. I icc, $1. Hramatlc RcwlIngii.-'>Lend me jrour ear*, toy countrymen," and learn that KNOX, of 128 l'ulton ttieet. has istued hi.-' spring stylo of hats. For bounty, ele (taree of ytyle, excellence of material, and cxcoedln^ cheap rem, they cannot lie surpassed. The undersigned hus transferred his business to Meairs. A. A G. A. Arnonx, draper* and tailors, 3*3 Kr r dwny, ccrncr of Dunn street, where, hereaiter. he will be found, lie respectfully u.. licit i a call from his old pa trons and the r>ul.Iic in gi n. ral, where they ean 4ind a choice ?flection of clvtbi", easjim res. and veatiugg, of the latest importation and meet fashionable styles, which will be cut and made in a style t: at cannot be surpaased. They have made additions to tbeir cutting department, and are enabled to ser^c their customers with moru than ordiuary despatch. J A3. L. M K AD. The City Hall ( lurk Oeeaslonally Permit* itaham'.' to lie bcnlnd time. OI5EEN. No. 1 Astor Ilonae, never p imit'i 1,1s haidi to disappoint the pnblic. If he promlfe^ that a si t i f I is shirts. rr.-mted to tit, ahall be . done at a ccrtain hour. tl,. y are done, and fit without ft wrinkle. To Tailors.? It In an Established fact that the best ?itylo of custom work may i.e done by Singer's Sewing Machines far better and handsomer than it eau by hana. These admirable machines and their work can alw.yg t-c ex aniincd at tho principal oft.ee, No. 2M Broadway. I. M. dlNO'tH k CO. T. 1>. T.anrler, ' *tr of JrnnlH^ Lurnler, notifes his friend that e ha- r move I from 94 to !-7 Fulton str ict, under th r o, I. cr A Co. where he will be happy to tee and serve theui with watches, ?w?lry and silver wore. The Jesuit*.? A Lccturc on the History or the oelebratcd Order of Jc:i>its will be "delivered by J. W. BftYCE, Esij., at Hope Chapel, 718 Broadway, on Tuesday evening, March 1.1. Tickfts, admitting one, cents; tickets, adiuittini; a gentleman and twi i ladies. fiO cents. Ticket' 'nay he had at ti.e Saclcn oSc?, 1IW Nassau -treet; at liunee i Koketore, or at the dcor ou thy eve'eing ol tho lecturc. South ann YMt.-vV? are Manufacturer*! ? > tte self-s IJnstii ? iravats. which have been ho hiirhly approved in evi ry ?? tiui of the conntry. Mcrehantg will find thi m more it a! le than any other style of erivats in the murket. I1<A PEuEtlO A SON, CI- .Vassan rtrcct. Fihles'fi K?w VVtitlii;; System Is developed in a graduated ieri a i.t tw Ive i. py hooks, pric > t>V-|eents sini'ly, 1Z> cent- | ir ? sen, ? r Si i er tet. post free. 'Foster's ayrtem of wrltiBf," fayt t i F.du. ational Magav.ine, "com inenda itself, lot OI.I; to teaehe < and sehooU, but to the friends of edutv tii l. k u raiiy. 1 .-ives the means of estab '.lihinc, in the i. i t. ct n c re < t hai it of holding ami conduct ing the pen; it di lip'iu ?! the iru.'cular powers of tho hand, regulates the mi v< im it of t e fing th, tacilitntes tho labor ? ?f teachers, and !? ?? ? n . libly, to the attainment of tine penman: hip. Tie in lyiis an cla 'llicalion of tho letters, the system of t;id: i c . mid the arrangement of the excr tlses. are novel ai u in ei*i- i.?. Iu idiort, thu whole pneesp ? initiatory, pr . r fi?>. and p r.'eeting ? is simple, rational, and philosophic ?1. V> t ennsi i ntiously reeotniaen 1 Foster * pencilled c pv Lvbt. ^s the greatest edneatlonal improve irent of the ?"c " Mr. F- st'T Hves lesion*, na u -ual. in h riling, bookkx pin , Ac., at :y<7 liroadway, wlier gentlemen i.re fitted for c. hiii.i r. i..l pursuit,-, in an expedition 1 and su perior inr.nnir. ?tranftcr I U*vr you been Into Tattle"; Gnu perl ii i ii ? If ut le e ; ? t tii. e ill calling thero. lor it iA one of the great, it ? uri .sitie of >etvYork. You will find every variety . f t. y < f.iucy food", and curious things that you ever dreamed o ? " O, Ti ft,l is t !i# qntr^st man Ii t'in\?i o Ya- re nation And ' r I., gr .. t E'uporitim Ill 's ra ,r.< i: .. d all crcaties." Hemeuihe* the uuiubvr, .' -Ij Hroadwsy. Peolikft rli );, Wrltl'i'; ->??<! \rlthiu< lie, arc tun -I t In r.n ? %(i nit on siw's - Ti'TM uner, by M-. B. P? KO.S'I Ell. at ,H-, lir- aov y tl men *rc i, :.illlled to ?in eiisr, e tlm it?f i th r 'it n anour.'cy, prompti tude 'ml do. p;t I'rost ?? 1 ' full parficoi 'r?, may be !md en nj j II. .icr I Ivkc tli?: Jjtrsfrotv.i ?> uy I-Thcw tv< rc I he n:cn-.< r.il le word in Unit lunn of iron will, Gcuor. l Jaokson, on tl e oeenri. ti i f his " removal of tho de.po.iiti',' and so ?ay the fin : t.co ! ". ti.at.elcr 'i. e. i<!. J. Gayler's patent). They do in li rd "l ii.i the rcrpoi i.il llity," mid have, on a thou und oeea ?inlir | rotee ti d Irotn lirei and thioecs tho \aluublo depo lti i i.trii i.il to tl.ci... They are for ?aln at tho depot, 1/ J| I I. tri ct, c rni r ?l (iolii, (alter May at I'.'J P( iirl streetj by kOliliKT it. I ATKICK, luauufaeturer. Wliidow litiiidrawRrsl Assortment In the w.irlti, a*. KK1.T1 A FKIUIIISOX'S, 2^'.'', Kroad?ay. ani! ^:B, ?ii tri ' Deali en , applied from ?ir*t hands. Shade* i ?rv*i,tid lo sti'i ?! anv olii .ate. and sold lower than at any stberestal li.hiiiebt. > . II. ? - tore, cliuruli, and otNer largo shade.", pulntce! and I- ttervil iu order, in superior style. Mill, Ch Mi;, it saloon. 3'M Urondway. 1h the onlvpSftie in Nev 1'ork wher? a large and g- norf.1 assort n ."it ot e ' ill "n i ?tr mints oan be pnroha*ed ih'-sp f ir c.i-h. Twenty year* iu one place. Peinons out of ( own ' i '.'.tig foe i.n.> ai tn e ei.n rtly on t eing serve I as well n ii preient. In I I.I. ET, importer, 'UU Broadway. Agont or W i.t'.i,' Antiilot . I OO Fnrin* rt-d flulldlnj; limit to l>si u,t,,i . t, ntvc'.-f l*t ?ul ?flerlliom, on the .'tint of March, ';> Ti i v :..?>? ? i'.. I'i i of I'm Litkulanil villi-: lots. \ r . I , j, i v lol i omtri a four building lot ..alarm, jt 1 1 ,i | r t bnr i . All t! at aro destitute of a !:o' i-> t' nil ,t,., i ' . ? n na I " rt tbey are gone. For a churj. ap[dy : |o t cii/ s. iv(|ii|i ilroslway. wlier.- i. n? anil i i- 1 Met.' .in 1 1 ' i eri tl . 't'l-til-lilitjv J'to'ca, Vo. 7 ???/ : r- al ay, where om be ueen a l "ill Ii. dro ..in ; easel, pi rl m r ry, fancy i Sc., ..f ti.e l.ngst quality. Depot I islli ? t-.hlct stroll. In l*i r,o'. ly it ' The I.neWri nf tlie r I I.- plei-. -1 I i li*?rn of dr> ;o id,i SI ? ill, which contain as rich a r eb'faneo and i ? I" it., will ^i oment in New k, mid r price . The to ' , msista ' icouahle and .tvll ,li drcsa ary, gloves, and all . f her do ' i' ii Hill be f.u. ! lir call Si 'in 1 ':!!> f ii I ton st.-e i.rook I. r.ia>.:r(i?'Sic. Co Uy lis-tters Patent, Tsttled r lit.-, If.' I Mtnuf.. ror* of broni* col r?. gold, ?i: .. i- in i' me ?l loaf fnctory, corner of II ir d and . II lir. : ly ,. uMce No. 11 Cedar str . t. New ? t. pub , t o ir ro-tly redeced rrioes, vis. ? Vo. ?, it'll. 3U. .. ! HI !AK 1,1100, I I. <10 $1; MM, $.?; 2 W, *| ii) , less t i prrceitdl uo t per ponnd oa six uionthe i.orms. Uur lor I I'n v ,, ly linnwn bronse colors re .' n^ivily i r?d it I r n. Inn ii ii br snnd wooden wara, J'l inning, .te! printi . ' '' -""r "?< ? 'v n any imp rtrd srtl le althno 'h far, far shespar, ., <!? t orb, Jebkar/ E, Itiudk 1 nil i ii I'atii.c i 1 ork. b,