Newspaper of The New York Herald, October 18, 1843, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated October 18, 1843 Page 2
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NKW YOMK IIERALI) V? w t<rh, M rdnrxUf, Oftolwr IN. 4S*3 CM?*r LrrmtT'K*?The following have J?st bM f oMithfd, and are for Bale at this othce, together with II the ]*'?' publications ot the day. at the wholesale n. 1 retail prices?The Irish Melodies, by Thomas Moore ; The W rungs of Women, by Chailc-tte Elizabeth Th* Moatkins, b> Cooper ; Mr*. tClliv'm Hotr eki-e|-iog Made Essy, or Complete Instructor in ail braiichcsot t . ukervand Oom^tic Eronomy. {57- We shall receive by the Hibenua, and have fjr aie at lUi< otttv-e. all the fortiKn unr>ers. toffntlier with I.on.lou illustrated papt ra, all of the Utekt Uate*. Nomination! foeCovnty Curi* anu Coroner? Tbe County Convention ol the democratic parly to aoruin&te candidates for county clerk and coroner, met last evening at Tammany Hall for that pur.wse. On the thirteenth ballot James Conner wa* nominated for C"unty clcrk by the following vote : ? Jamr* Conner 44 Ratine) O'good 8# 3 The result was the nomination of James Conner f?ya unanimous vote. The convention then went into a nomination for Coroner, the first ballot of which presented the following rf suit:? John D Spj.ter 17 Orrille J N.sh ....***...10 Dr. Vuu Z*ndt, 14 Dr. Rawion .......7 litac Know Hon, 6 Cornelius B Timpion, 8 Joat-ph D Wett S Dr Archer i 10 To go heme 3 The Convention then adjourned to Friday eveiliac* The Post Office Department ?Mr Wicklifle has unwarrantably arrogated to his Pijj?ariment the exclusive right to claim the oarryinc business in newspapers, throughout these United States, nnd it might treasonably be supposed that the monopoly t ( the business would en b e that Department to net private individuals at defiance; but the opposite is the lamentable truth. The result, then, is, that Mr. Wickliflt? claims the right to subject the community to a series of vexatious delays. The New York Amnirxn has published the following paragraph on this subject: ? Illustration of Postmaster General Witklifie's crusade against the press: Jamaica, Oct 12, 1843. Dear Sir?It affords me great regret to be under the necessity ot discontinuing the American, te %vhich, as an old tnend, we have become much attached; but since ihe late arbitrary edict of the Po6t Office department, the papers reach us with so much irregularity and uncertainty that it is of little use to tend the ma t all. You will be pleased 10 discontinue ray subscription from this date. Respectfully yours. From The Jownal of Coinmrrct we copy the follnvi'i ntr ? Mohawx, Oct. 13, 1S43. Messrs. Hale <& Hallock ? Gentlemen ? What can bp the matter with your po6t office? Whilst your paper o( a given day has, until ncttitly, invariably arrived here within twenty-lour hours trom the date of vnur afternoon edition, letters mailed at your poBt office are from two to five days in accomplishing the same distance. Within the year I have received by mail seventyeisht letters that were mailed at the New York post office; ot thee?, but two arrived as your paper does, on the next day; twenty-seven were two days in their transit, thirty-two were three days, nine four days, and eight accomplished the feat in five days. All thear arp counted from the ddte ot the post mark, and not from that of th*1 letter, which is generally a day earlier, to th<> day ol the arrival, including the onf day and rxcludin? the other, making the time fu'l as s'ated. That th*re was great wrong somewhere, has been evident for a long time; bui until recently I whs not aware of the lact that this was entirely due to your city poet office. Ii ha? been fouud, upon examination, that ihc leilete reuiain at your office for days, as appears from the discrepancy between the date ot the poet inarn on me teuer, ana mat oi me way Dili accompanying it. Forinftance,'he package that arrived here on the KVh, has all its letters stamped "New York, May 7," while the way bill bears date May the 9ih One of the letters above stated as having arrived here regularly on the next day. was marked "TT. S. Express Mail," and was not lelt at your city office, irhich jirob b'y accounts for its arriving indue J season How the other happened to blunder through in time is a mystery, if not a miracle. Keally. the Post office establishment has gotten to be a public nuisance ; and thinking men will oppose any reform of a ^system having no redeeming features, and which is made up ol the most atrocious abuses, and will demand it* entire abolition, and thus leave the transportation of papers and letters, like that of all other commodities, free to all Who doubts ihat in such case, the business would be done better, quicker, and cheaper? The Savannah Daily Republican of the 12th inst. hat the following:? The Northern Mail.?On Tuesday evening we received New York papers of Friday aud Saturday morumg, by the steamboat tiom Charleston. By the U. S. Mail, yesterday, the latest papers which came to hand Irom New York, were those ol Friday, wniie the letter mails ol both days were received. How does this happen 1 We are told by a gentleman who lelt Charleston on Fuday, that the Wilmington Boat with the Northern Mail arrived ?beut7 o'clock that morning, giving sufficient time to assort arid send every thing for Savannah. Perhaps the mail bag containing the papers were left buiuewhere the other side ot Charleston. Indeed taib is the moat probable, as the Post Master of Charleston is very prompt in sending on our mails when they reach him in season, and we may as well add, that the new contractor on the line, is as prompt in delivering them here. Chafes jn the Government Offices ?Rumor report* ttiat many changes are contemplated in ihe government offices, both major and nvnor. Of the latter class the following have occurred Mr Burr, formerly of the New York Whig, now ol the Land ' 'ffice, has been appointed Secretary of the Territory oi Wisconsin, and Mr. Holbrook, recently of the Haritord (Conn.) Eagle and Patriot, has been appointed by Mr. Spencer to the. place vacated by Mr. Burr in the Land Office. Home Leaoi e.?This body of wiseacresmet yesterday ut the rooms of the American Institute, and organised. Officers were appointed for the ensuing year, and an address of considerable length was adopted, which will appear in due course for the guidance of all interested. The League then adjourned. Steam Snip Cheat Western.?This steamer s*il6 to-moiro*- a' 2 o'clock, Irom her berth foot of Pike str< et, for Liverpool, making her last trip for the season. We shall issue a second edition in eaoon lor the mail bag?, which will contain a full digest oi th latent news up to the last moment, for our Euroj>ean subscribers, and tor all who may want something in a small space in the way o' news, to send to their relatives or friends. Thf. Steam Shu Acadia sailed from Boston on Monday, with twmty tiz passengers, ninettm of which were for Liverpool. She carried out a ve. ry heavy mail. Trhl or Ca**ii's M. Clay -?Our readers will recoiled iue bllray that took place in K?ntucky iome unie smce, between Mr. Oftssius M. Clay and a Mr- Brown, a ^ost office ageut, on which occnwon Mr Clay cut Mr. Brown desperately with a bowie knife. For th<- crime of assault and battery, with intent to kill, Mr Clay was |ut ui>??n his trial at Lexington on the 10 h instnat. In the course of the trial it was shown that Brown wa* the oggres. sor, and that Mr. Cay only ected in self-defence ; Ik was ih< r*fore acquitted. Mr. Henry Clay, the urest Kentucky statesman, who has returned to his jjince At the bur, dt fended his namesake. Nov*l CoxrtriTiON.?The American Institute has offered u premium lor ihe best exhibition of fire-work*. T<> m?rro<? night the trial of pyrotechnic corr< a c.fl at the Gardeca. The Fire King, Ertgr.and Mr. Kenney, whose nhibiuon at the Oa* lr Garden lias given him 11 notoriety, are the competitor*. li will bf a fi rv contest, and without doubt will be a brilliant atln.r liuzzn lor the winner * Fair of th? American Institute. TrKeoAY?SBVSNTH DAY. Tiie (air was better attended to-day han on any that pr reeded it, and this may in past be attributed to the attraction of the Hutchinson Family, who gave a concert in the saloon at three o'clock. The second week of the Fair is invariably better attended than the first, but to day the Fair and the concert could he both enjoyed for the jric of adinis aion to the Fair alone, and hence the saloons wt re so lull that Iccomotim v hs with difficulty accrmn^iched. With the singing ol the Huichinst n? we found every body enraptured, and poafibly their appearance here may aid their concert, which they are about 10 give at the Apollo. Of the article? exhibited in the Fair, we observed many that had been added to it to day, and which consequently are entered lor exhibition only, and not for competition for prizes. Amongst others, we observed an increased variety of clocks; one from Troy, intended for a church, was a beauiilul specimen of workmanship; there were likewise several models cf steam engines, which were in operation, and carding machines, spinning jennies, (fcc. See. India Rubber Goo s are exhibited from H. H. Day, No. 25jVlttiden lane, w ho took so many premiums luat year This es'abiit-hment exhibitseome specimens of almost every kind of India Rubber goods. Th?ir shoes are decidedly the best and moat elegant ever before exhibited, among which we noticed particularly, a new article recently invented by Mr D., having the brilliant appearance of patent leather, vet of most exquisite shape; also, a curious quilted boot forlauiej, w hich is bo elastic as io admit the foot, and fit as snug as a stocking widu'Ut fastenings or laces, aud shoes of the same description. Really, the manufacture of India Rubber has atiuined a high state of perfection, creditable alike to the ingenuity and skill of those engaged in l(. CONVENTION OF BREEDERS. Agreeable to the call of the State Agticultura.1 Society, a number of gentlemen breeders met at the rooms of the American Institute to transact business. At half past seven the chair was taken by C. N Bemknt, Esq of Albany. The following gentlemen were appointed a committee to report officers lor the Convention Mr. Prkntice, of Albany; Henry Watson, of East Windsor, Con.; aud Captain Randall, of N. Bedford, Mass. The committee reported for President,Dr. Poole, ot New Brunswick, N. J ; Secretary,Mr. Parsonf, : of the Institute. I Th* inllnwinff P.irnnlav nn wh'.^h tK? r>nli 1X'Ua founded, was read by the Secretary Alo?nt, June ?, 1843. The State Agricultural Society of New York, tlrsirous that some fixed principles should be established as the basin ot excellence jn the various descriptions ot Farm stock, (without reference to thesr reldtivo merit* as breeds.) hare appointed the undersigned a committee, with instructions to call the particular attention ol breeders throughout the State*, to the importance ol the sub jtct, and to make the Decenary arrangements for a Convention to be held ut the Library Room ol the Ameiicsn Institute, in the city of New York.riuiing its 10th annual fair, in the month of October next, the day to be hereafter Doticed; at which breeders of stock and those in terestidin agriculture, ure most respectfully utged to give their attendance, with a view to a full and free discussion of those forma, qualities and properties which most conducuto intrinsic value, and also that the distinctive chaiacteiistics ol each separate breed may be as closely defined as possible. The Society believe that the decision of such a meeting will ofler to the agriculturist the best informa ion that can, at j resent, be elicited j and which, they trust, may be so satisfactory to the mind of every intellig' nt breeder, as to lead to greater uniiormity of action and opinion, and possibly become a standard with them, by which to judge and be judged, in alt cases of competi. tion. With these views of the subject, the committee hope you may deem it of sufficient importance to be present at the proposed Convention, and lend to its discussions the aid of your experience and talents. The committee will be obliged by any suggestions, in ta? interim,you may cousidei o! sufficient importance to becominuoicaiedto them in relation to thia object. francis ro rch, e- p. pr en vice, c. n. bement, george vail, i. v ai.lk.n. The chairman then requested any gentleman present to explain his views on the points of cattle, | such us he thought would be useful to breeders.? After some hesitation Mr. Watson, of Connecticut, took the tloor, and for several minutes entertained the convention with a history of tne points in "Short Horns," which he had, after close observation, concluded most valuable to the breeder.-? He has been devoted to the improvement ol the breed tor nearly twenty-three yvars, and was of opinion that a fine cattle could be raised as cheap as a coarse one. He read several extracts from Major Iiudd's letter to Colonel Buel on this subject. The technical expressions we omit. Mr. Allen, editor ol the American Agricultural* ist, in this city, next gave his views. He observed that it was the opinion of Ciine, the eminent veterinary surgeon, but that Dr. Playfair, in his late lectures on animal physiology, contended that animals of sound lungs fatted easiest, yet inasmuch as Cltne was a thoroughly practical man and Piayfair rather a theorist than otherwise, he was inclined to the opinion of the former, that animals with large lungs fatted easiliest. The first point to be considered was a good brisket; the second, line,clean limbs and horns ; the third, fine skin, hair, 6cc ; the fourth, good handling. In dairy cows he could not positively say that a full thigh was necessary, and gave an instance f a cowbelonging to a Mr.Schenck of this city, which he had no doubt was a grade Durham This cow was of fine limbs,no horns,and gave the richest milk he had ever seen. This last season she gave sixteen quarts of milk per day, and from this rich milk sixty five and a quarter pounds of butter were made in three weeks. It was so rich, that by using the paddle for a short time, the butter was o._;i.. k. I cofMj Iiiauc i nr jiuiino auu?o ciiuiui laicu lie mdered an essentia!?the size, of course, difierirg in different sections. He observed that thequestion now under discussion was occupying the attention of the breeders in England; and at the Smithfield how of fat cattle, iu December next, he trusied ome definite conclusion would be arrived at as to the essential points of the various breeds. He was not prepared to give any definite opinion on the subject at present, and had only thrown out the casual remarks he had made to excite discussion. He recommended that before the Convention adjourned some time should be determined on when a second Convention would meet, as then the reports from abroad would be ready, and gentlemen breeding cattle would be Wetter prepared to give their experience in a more tangible shape. Mr. Dement, of Albany, tlien r<-ad some extracts from works on breeding, and added to them some remarks 011 hi3 own experience; but ts th^y are too dry for general leading, and will be published inihe agricultural paper, we do not deem it necessary to occupy our space with ihrm. He suggested that some system should be adopted by the Convention, whereby to class.fy the points of the several breeds, whereby to estimate animals. He preferred the Alderny '0 th? short horn Commiitees were appointed to report, to-morrow evening, scales of points of excellence in the several breeds adapted to this country. After [some desultory conversation, the Convention adjourned to meet nffttin to-morrow. John Quincy Adams?The venerable Ex-President will make a circuitous tour to Washington, to attend to his Congressional duties at the next Session, which commencis in December. He will leave Quincy, Massachusetts, on the 25ih instant, and proceed, by way of Buffalo, Ashtabula, and Cleveland, to Cincinnati, where he intends to arrive about the 6(h November, to attend the laying of the corner stone "of an Observatory on the 9th of November. VtRyoNT ?Th?* L'ficlature met at Montpelier, on th'.- 12th inn Andrew Trr.cy, whip, was chosen a;?eak<-r ot the House by avoir ?f 112 to 96 for L. P. an'' F* F Merrill clerk by 112 t<? 96 lor () H. f^inith In the Senate, E N. Htig/s waa elected president, 19 to 8, ?nd D W. C. Clark secretary. Volti /or Governor? Official. MMtork?, w hig ~ 94 <flft Kellogg, domorrat -Jl il-i William*, bholnioiii t ' ''' 3 Scattering | *,**."*' * ' n Majority agnimt Mattock* , S04 There bein* no choice l>y the people, the two hf uies 1 roceeded to an election for Governor, snd r II A VT at f rt/'lf u Whu au intlmati ._f?- fci . 1J ?<j??iuvnn " vf?. " ?? iwiimwwi?ruj avjhl tocki 1 1, for KcIIork 1()4, William* 7?majority 2u. L?t* from the Wist 1?i>iks ?We are inJebt<*d, says the Philadelphia Inquirer, to Captain J. S. Martin, of the barque William Kennedy, at this port, for Barbadoes |?apers to the 2lst ult., and St Thomas's to the 29ih. The Barbadoes Liberal of the 20ih, announces the meeting of the Legislature, but little important business had been transacted. The House of Assembly have acceded to the petition of the securities of the Iste 'reaburer, to make a public debt of h mortgage of ?500 d"e by the Colouy Hospital to ihe lat*> tre.isurrr, leaving still a turn to be niadtiood by them, alter realizing all asset?, of ?791 ti-. 3d It is ueplorabie, by this statem-nt, to had that these gentlemen should ultimately be no Rier.t ml ferers; but it is gratifying to find that the deficiency h?s already !>een made good by ihem to the pub!i<\ Tt.ete is tome talk that this mortgage of ?500 will be solicited as a gift to the Colony Hospital institution A few St. Vincent papers to the 10:h instant, have reached us since our last. The quantity of produce shipped from that Island on the 2J September?md which comnoged nearly all the crop, was?7251 hogsheada, 274 tierces, and 13fi barrels sugar; 268 puncheons and 3 hogsheads mm; 8202 puncheons aud 131 hogsheads molasses; 1074 catks and kegs, and 8,8l8boxes and ins of arrow root. The weather at this island, during the first nart of the present month, was, at intervals, Bhowery, with thuuder and lightning. A beautiful water-spout passed across the lower nwrt of the Kingston bay, in the afternoon ot the 31*1 ultimo, which was visible fur nearly fifteen minutes, when it dispersed on the ridge between Ort'ey Hall and the Fort. It was followed by a kind ot whirlwind, which took up clothes and other light articles into the air ?Barbadoct Globe. Frcm Rio Janeiro.?t he barque Douglass, Capt Bourne, arrived here from Rio with dates to the 31st of August. Captain B reports that when he left, great preparations were making at that place for the reception of the Princess, wile of the Emperor, who was hourly expected from Naples in u Brazilian frigate. The Brazilian, accompanied by a Neapolitan squadron, with the Friucess, had been spoken orf Cape Frio. A U. S. schooner had arrived Irom Montevideo, which port ^he left on the 11th ot August. That Dort was still blockaded No fighting had taken place between the two armies. The U. S. ship John Adams wastherr.und the Columbus daily expected?she had sailed Irom Rio for that port. The British Commodore Purvis, hid received from his government an arproval of his conduct in keeping the port of Montevideo open. Experiments in Coal ?A gentleman who takes a deep interest in all matters relating to the advancement of home industry, has furnished us with the following results of a series of experiments in coal, made at a large sugar refinery establishment in New England, with a cylindrical boiler, steam blowing off at 33 lbs. above atmospheric pressure Lbs. of Witter. 19.022 lb?. Ii?liigh, evaporated 181,1*7 per week 17.618 " Better MeaJow, Ii9,136 " 18.646 " Lackawaiia, 167,13'J " 22.962 " Sidney, (mixed,) 102,159 " Giving the following result :? Us. of I filter1 lb. Lehigh will evaporate 9 62-100 1 " Beaver -Nleadow, 9 08-100 1 " Lackawana, 8 98-100 1 " Bituminous coal, 147-100 ?Thus showing a saving of more than one-half to the consumer in favor of the hard coal of this country. We do not vouch for the accuracy of the several results. This alone we will say, that the information was derived from one who is acquainted with the establishment at which the experiment was made, and it was communicated to him for the pur* pose of aiding him m some statistical returns on the products of the country, and which are inteaded for the public eye. Thk Season.?The great peculiarity of an American autumn is the Indian summer. The sky is serene, and the atmosphere of a very mild, balmy nature, which gives a quiet, subdued color to the heavens, making the period very beautilul and pleasant, particularly to invalids defering their departure to some southern shore, in quest of that relief to bodily ills the rigorous climate of midwinter in this latitude denies them. The Island of Cuba has become the most healthy, fashionable resort, for those aifi.cted with pulmonary complaints. The whole Island ib equally healthy, bo that invalids can roam about with every facility of conveyance. Some of our best ships are at this season brought into the service ol taking passengers to ihe South, and those who are compelled to Berk some softer air than this country affords cannot be deprived of so doing for the want of a suitable conveyance. Madame Cimti Damobeau and Mons. Artot.? Our musical citizens have a rich treat in the proapective. The debut of the above artists will create an era in the advancement of this accomplishment in this country never before reached. Malibran, Furnasuri, and the host of others, recollected by tnany, made their Hppearance in this city iu the infancy of their sublime genius. Tbey obtained their laurels after leaving our shores, but not so with Damoreau; she comes here with the greatest reputation, she has reached the height of perfection in the art, and gives us an opportunity to listen to her superior voice, before it loses any of ita aweetness. As Prima Donna in Paris, at the Frenzh and Italian opera, she reigned supreme. The grace and finish of her execution cannot be approached by any living artisr. Mons. Artot is as perfect a master of the violin as Madame Damoreau is of the human voice. He is still young, but during his short career in Europe, has ucquired a reputation second te but one living. These two distinguished professors give a concert on Thursday evening at the Washington Hotel. We reserve further remarks until after that time, when we thall give a just and merited critiqut on their performances Me. Wallace's Concert.?The Apollo was well filled last evening to listen to Wallace's exquisite tones on the violin. The new pieces composed by him expressly for this concert are perfect gems, and will become very popular. Mrs. Satton wan in fine voice, and sang with her usual effect. We hope he will repeat the same programme at some future time. i NibloV?'The Ravels are reversing the order of 1 theatrical procedure. The audiences increase as I flip afnann annrnanhpaita tprminafinn Vn or?nf?r proof could be adduced of (heir sterling and unalloyed power of aitiaciion. To-night the whole (mnily appear in three popular pantomimes. The Four Lovers, or Harvest Home?The Venetian Carnival, or Punch in Good Humor, with the celebrated s* ilt exercise, with, positively and absolutely the last time, the popular mimic extravaganza of he Conjuror's Gift, or the Magic Pills No pantomime, with the single exception of the G5 Misfortunes of Furtunatua, has attracted ?uch continued crowded assemblages of delighted audiences as the Magic Pills. A dozen such would not be a doee. 'rabriel Ravel appears in the first and last pieces, assisted by every member of the talented Ravel Family. This is positively their last weak. Mr. Burton ?Mrs Jones' Benefit?Whatever may be said in the way of criticism of Mr. BurtnnV acting?if the saying that "the proof of the pudding is in the eating" be true, then <'o the managers find him the very beat low comedian in the country. Mr. Burton does not play to-night, but gives place to Mrs. Jones, an actress of high eminence, who takes her benefit Mr. Kirby, always a fav?rite with the Chatham people, takr s the chief characters in the "Six Degrees of Crime?a drum* made peculiarly liis own?and that of Claude Melnotte, in the " Lady of Lyona;" Mrs. Jones performing the heroine in both pieces. The two popular dancers, Miwes Rallia and Partington, present a grand trial of their skill, each appearing in a fancy dance. Gihbon.?"To gild refined gold" would be as nsible an operation, as to ptifl ilie great work of wioD>in on inr urcunr mu rnu ui iu? Empire," (or who thai can read ia unacquainted ?ruh its Burpas*in>5 merit"! TV Ha^rn are publiahirg it in fifteen numbers at 26 cents each. It will be accompanied by the notea of Rct H. II Milmnn, (wlio also contribute! a prefatory eacny) an-l eeveral useful mape. The first number ie out, , and contains aver 180 pages For sale at this office , City Intelligence. roLiiK?The anticipated report of the Coaanon Council relative to poiice reiorm, mu?t have been the cause of the paucity of ?t.y " big business" before the police yesterday?except a "mock auction case," implicating the cencrrn ur.der Barnum'a Museum, that was privately herftd before the Mayor, and as privately kept concealed by the officer ol police who did the busiuess. The turn of $100 nus obtained from lome green unvarniihed Italian or Frenchman, and disgorged by the parties who " do the busitiera" at the above named trap to catch gudgeons. We sball hm.t it up to-day for publicutiou to-morrow. We have not only published the luw of the State tli it lully covets this clivatiug offence, but hovn time and a^ain,called the attention of the pubiic au'Uoritiesto the daily rtf. nces committed by these Tuter Funks. We shall naw pursue another course, and in every instance where settlements are made by police otticeri, publish them aa guilty of compounding what is worse tha? felony. 80 get ready. U. 8. Commlstloner'i Oillcc. Before Commissioner Eapelye. Oct. 17th.?William Rtrlckland, mate of the old ''Liverpoo!," who wa? yesterday hald to bail to answer the complaint preferred against him by one of the crew named William Davii-a, for cruel and unusual punishment, was, after a full and patient hearing:, discharged from custody. The Commissioner not deeming the case made out sutficent to justi'v him holding the mate to bail to answer. Superior Court. Before Judge Oakley. Oct. 17?Samuel Blalehfari, vr. William Vytt and Thnmai O Tallage.?Titl* is an action on a piomissoiy note tor (37,bOu. The deiendiuita in the suit were the drawers ol the nate, in fnvor of Melville Wilson, of ibc London Arm ol Thomas Wilson It Co ,to be used lor their benefit in the purchase of ?6000 of exchange bills, ol un questionable value A special endorsement was enteied on the bjcK of the Bill, by which it was provided, that in case the amouut specified in the body of the note was not stitticent for the purchase, the funds requind to make up the deficiency should be provider by the drawers; but in case the | ut chase money did not swallow upthe proceeds of the note in suit,ihe balance was to be returned by the holder.; also that ihe drawers were at liberty to rrdeem the note bi fore maturity. The note, however, was negoti. iitm uwbv, and this action is brought hy the holler to r? cover. A noniuit was claimed by Mr. Lord for the de fence, ou the ground that the note was not negotiable, as it rii given lor an uncertain equivalent. The Court held th>- motion to be sustained, and accordingly ordeied a nontuit to lie entered. For plaintiff, E H. Blatchford, Esq. For defendants Messrs. Lord and 0 Edward*. Calendar Jor Wednesday.?No?. It, 87, 103, 22, 36, 14, SS, 40, 34, 63, 66, 83, 84, 114 , 9, 113, 20. Circuit Court. Before Judge Kent. Ti'esdat, Oct. 17.?Kentish v*. Benjamin and Charles Taham ? This ii an anion to recover the ?um of $100U lor service* rendered. The defendants are the manufac turen of leaden pipe for Croton water, and employed the plaintiff, who ii a chemist, to write " up" their article, and to write " down" the prepared tin'd pipe, which be

did, and brings this action to recover he amount agreed on. The defence claims a nonsuit, on the ground that Charles TaiUi.m is not a partner in the establishment,nnd consequently the present action is not sustainable. The Court was in lavor ot granting a nonsuit, but has granted tho plaintiff an adjournment, to enable him to provide the necessary prootot partnership. The case will be resumed at the opening of the court to-day. Calendar for Wednesday?Nos. 14, 63, 91,07,13,26,44, 16,23, 41,43, 31, 38, 66,74, 34,37, 39,47, 69. Court of Common Pleas. Calendar far Wednesday Nos. 6, 12, 23, 23,24, 26,26, 120, 28,29,111,13, 14. General Session*. Before Recorder Tslimarige and Aldermen Tillou and Martin. Jamcs R. Whiting, Esq District Attorney. Tukidat, Oct. 17.? 7Yial of " Mike Walsh" for Libel on Levi D Slanten ?The Court was detained nearly two hours, waiting for one ol the jurors who was absent, and who, upon making his appearance, said " he didn't know it was so Jote." The RKcoKDKRthen proceeded to charge the Jury, in the course ot which he reviewed several points ol law, urged by the counsel for the defence, as well as the statute of the State governing the case. He charged that a general report or rumor was not sufficient to lully justify a publication charged as libellous, but would tend, in a civil suit, to assist in repelling the charge of malice in mitigation ol damages. That evidence that a complainant was a common libeller, would alio go in mitigation iti a civil suit, but was not a legal defcnce in a criminal action. Hecharged that the Jury were the sole judges ot both the law and the fact; and that they must be satisfied that the article, charged as libellous, was a libel 11. thu meaning of the law ; that it was published by the accused; and, it so, was it with good motives and justifiable end*. That it hal been alleged that the complainant in this cvt was n public mnn, conducting a public press; and, therefore, his character was oprn to the attacks ot all who telt disposed to make them. The Court considered that his public acts were proper subject* for comment and censure, but his private chsractt r could not b" anailcd, without the mouvii was justifiable. He cancluJtd \ty charging that the Jury must be satisfied that the publication was made bom just motives before they C ould acquit; and if they believed that it emanated Irom malica or revenge, or was unjustified by thu circumstances of thu case, as presented by the testimony, it was their duty to convict him. Mr. CJiiAHsM ufki d the Court to charge that the same latitude be allowed to scan the private and public character of a party in rflice, that would be to a patty who was a c mdida'e lor ortice. The C?urt acceded to this proposition, and the Jury ra tired at about 1 o'clock. At about 2 o'clock the jury came Into Court by their own desire, and asked whether,when Mr. William Sloinm was called upon the stand as witness by Mr. Whiting lor the prosecution, and objections being made by drfence to the questions put, he wbi withdrawn, had the delence then a right to examine said witness. The Court stated that whenever ? witness was called by either party aud sworn and then withdrawn, the opposite party had a right to entor into a cross-examination of wituens. Mr. Odaium took exception* to this charge of the Court, which were note<l. The Jury then retired. Trial for Lihel on Jasrpk Son'hard?" Mike Walsh'' was put upon his trial for libel on Joseph Southard, pub' lished in " The Subterraneam," on the 19th of August last The libel charges him with being a "thlet," a " traitor to his country," and that he had been publicly whipped in New Jer?ey for stealing poultry. That he had Deen nine timoa in prison after auntenca, and twelve times where his felonies had been compounded wi.hout a II Itll, ?.c. Ad additional panel of ten juror* were aummoned by deputy Sheriff Arnold, from u hich, with the old panel, eight only were (elected, aa the remainder were set aaide, having expretaed an opinion either unfavorable or lavorable to the accused. The Court iben took a receaa until lis o'clock, in order to give the jury time to deliberate. At nx o'clock they ataembled, end the jury were callad into Court. The foreman statin* that they were unable to agree, and that they would in all probability continue ao, the Court ordered them to be discharged. The Jury refused to tell the poaiiion in which they atood aa to acquittal or conviction. Naval.?We copy the following items of Naval intelligence from the Army and Navy Chronicle of Friday last:? The brigs Pioneer and Consort have been ordered to be fitted out as store ships, probably intended for the African rqundron. The achooner Wave will take the place of the Pioneer as receiving vessel oa the Baltimore sta tion. The rendezvous at Charleston, S. C., is to be reopened under Commander I'inckney, and the nchr. On-ka-hy-ee, under command of Com. J. D. Knight, id designed as the receiving vtssel. Navt OaDF-m.?Oct. 4? Lt. J. T. McDonough, receiving vesael, Baltimore. Oct. 8?P. Mid. Win. De longh, frigxte Savannah, Norfolk; Mid. J. P. Whet-lock, ?hip Independence, New York. Oct. 6?Capt. J. D Sloat, detached from command of navy yard, Portsmouth, N. H., let November, and woitipg orders; Lieut. Roger Perry, steamer, Union, Washington; Purser \Vm Sinclair, order to sloop Yorktown revoked; Ma*trr Tliomm (loin, wnHuivnni Vnur Vntlt P M .A C hor.n? ol Charti, Wiifhingion; P Mid. Jame* L Blair, hrif( Terry, Norfolk; Lt. J. W. Cook*, order to brig Perry revoked. Mid. R. Fairfax, *loop BoMon, Bo?tou. Oct. 7?LJ. Oeo. T. Sinclair, receiving ?hip Norfolk. Oct. 9?Com. J D Knight, command of ?chooner Onkahyee, an receiving ship, ChsrlMton, Son'.h Carolina; C.mmr. Wm. M. Arniotrung. t? command of reudervoiu, Norfolk, vice ' om J J. Young, Ut November; Mid. R. B I.owry and I B McCauley, ship Princeton, Philadelphia. Oct. 10? Lt W. F. Lynch, permwnion to b? abaei.t Irom the Unl. 'cd R'.atM till lit May next, for tha benefit of hi* health. Oct. II?Lt. J A. Window, to n-tnm to Gibraltar via Kni! land, wlrh denpatcbn* to ('apt. Nnwton. Rkiiosation.?Oct. 11th?K. R. Nvilion, acting Mid shipman. Fkioate Missouri.?1The ship Rajah, Capt. Hangs, irrived in ihiH port ihif forenoon, from Gibraltar, having nailed on the 3d of August, and having on board the materials which were saved from the wreck of the Mis-touri, and bringing as passengeu many ?f her late officers and crew. The names of the officers are as follows, taken from the Exchange News Room ho?'ks: ? 8 B UimkII.O R O.ay, T. O. Hunter, Lieutenant*; FM lander, Acting Master ; A. J. Bowie, bm'I Surgeon; A S.Toy lor.Lt ol Marines: J. Farrow, chiet Kncineers J. M. Wainwright, D. McN Fairfax, O.K. Throckmorion, P. MM; A C. YVakeman, Cnraer'n clerk: J.tJ Bohrer.J Fry, H Davidaon, J. H March, Mi l.; W. Scott. aat'i Kn. gineer; II. Hnnt, A. 8. Calmer, rt. Archbold, T. Z"ller. ?io; II Dixon, bonttwain; N. Barton, runner; C.Jordan, carpenter; J. D Freeman, sailmaker; and 376 men and hoy a?Motion Tianicripl. U. S. !" choonbk Ei?TKnrRt"sK?Harbor of Rio de Janeiro, August Slat, ]H43 ? Lietof officers attached to the U. S ^ohoor.er Eute'prize :? Jamea M WaUon, Eiq, Lieut. Co?<l|T. i Francla B Ren#haw, lat Lnu'.. j Charlea Hunter, 3d do.; F.dward Rmiell. Turaer ; Jamea McClelland. Aiaiatnnt Burgeon; Thomaa L Dace, Midshipman ; John T. Walker, do.; J H. Nonei, do. A 1 well. Army ?lat Artillery?Company E, Bvt. Mmor Saundern, transferred Ironi Houlion to Fort Sulli. ?<n, Eaatport, Maine; and Com|.nny O, Captain J. H. Winder, frnm Fort Hllllivilll to Iloultdll. Nkw Artiom of Import?Th^ hark Ohiman, 0-i|i(ain (/olI^Ran, at Briton froin Hio Junriro, brought 180,000 toothpick* for the Trrmont Home. Private Theatricals. New Yob r.Oct. 17, l&tt. Editor ok New Yobk Hkfald Sir? Last evening I had the satiefactiou of witnessing the first of a series ol private theatricals, got uj under the buperintendece o! Mrs. A. L. 3., well kuown among the literati ol ih? day. The play was Scott's Lady of the Like. The characters were? KitxJumw Mr. W. O Ellen Douglass MiiiC. P. Lord Don glass Mr? S. Ma.Vom Uraeme Mb* C. C. lUdenck Dhu Mr. J. C. All of which, together with the minor chiracters, were well bust tilted, and afforded much gratification to the numerous lrieitd>< assembled to witnets the first ecny ol these aspiring geniuses, whiih elicited strong e'gns ol admiration lor the masterly manner in wiiicli they went through their |>aru?. Miss i;. r. iu particular. There will be a repetition iiialew days, when ycu shall hear more from a Looker On. Philadelphia. [Correspondence of the Herald.] Puilaeeu>hia, October 15, 1834 "Congratulating Mxtrngt"?Protptcltof Mr. day in Philadelphia ? RutuU't Corn *rt? Al'tle CalvL ? The IVultiiU tired Theatre, ancl olhtr amuternen.'s. James Gohdon Bennett, Escj:? Dear Sir:~ Although the result of the New Jersey election his s mewhat detracted from the enthusiasm of the whig party in this city, that cause still appears to m-et with a sufficient degree of success to induce the continuation of the "congratulating assemblages," (technically so termed,) which were started by the party immediately alter their knowledge of lite " Clay victory" in Philadelphia. During the p.?st week a meeting of this kind was convened in the reading room oi the "Central Clay Ctub," tut object ot which was to adopt tne most eili-ctive measures for securing ihe union of the wliws until the elevation cl Henry Clay to the Prudential chair, in 1844. You would have been astonished to have witnessed the immense numbers wn? appeared on this occafion. Kong oelore the commencement of the addresse^the room was absolutely jammed, with the numbers oi anxious citizens who were endeavoring 10 secure advantageous positions in the large hall, while all means ol egtess was soon rend<-red totally impossible by the crowd who obstinately maintained their locale on the stairway. 1 mention this circumstance merely to show you the degree ol excitement which prevails on the subject ot politics, and the Presidency, at present in this city ; and it appears now to be the object ot the leaders of the whig party to continue, and even if rwisaihlp inrrc.nu> fhidfilutp nf n(],4irs until the Po*. sidential election in 1844. The return* from the interior of the State at present seem to show an excellent prospect lor the affairs of Mr. Clay, and indeed it is now generally < onceded (at least by the old Key Stone) that the Sage of Abhjand maintains the name position in th" " hearts ot his conntrymeu," which was occupied bythr lamented Harruon, in the glorious campaign ot 1840. May his shadow never he less. Amusements in this great city of Quakers seem to be on the increase. In addition to the theatres, Uusselland Murdock have both been performing here. On Thursday last the former gentleman gave his first intellectual concert, at the Chinese Museum, before a large and apparently gratified hudience. The tent scene from Richard the Third was produced in a creditable manner, and was encored by the unanimous desire of the assembly. At the Chesnutstreet Theatte, Mile. Calv? still continues to delight our citizens with the "syren strains of her melodious voice," and although much was expected from her, inconsequence of the reputation which preceded her from New Yotk, it is universally admitted that she has altogether equaled, it not burpas8ed, the eulogiums which were bestowed upon her ia your city. The Walnut is going on altogether in a quiet, steady manner. Since the management ot Mr. Hiake, he has revived Shakspeare's plav of Henry 'he Fourth, in which he sustained the part of Sir John FdlstatV with tolerable success, and has already announced it for repetition on Monday evening. I suppose we are now to t>e drummed with this character, as with his Last Man. at liort intervals during his whole management. We'il have no more drumming, Mr. Blake. A plague of ail drums. At the Arch, Booth, Conner, and Graham are nightly performing to crowded houses. To-morrow evening Mr. Booth takes his benefit (if not '* indisposed"), and will appear as Orestes, id the iraeedy of the Distressed Mother, which has not been played in this city tor many years. On Weonesday Mr. Graham also takes his benefit, and has chosen for the night's performance the tragedy ot Coriolaaus, in which he wili sustain the priuci(>al character At the National Theatre, Mr. Forest is engaged tor the present week. On Monday night he is announced to appear as Othello, to the Iago of Mr. Oxley, and on Tuesday as Metamora, ia Stone's tragedy of that name. Truly yours, Lucius Another Editor Dvad ?Mr. Robert L Brenham, of the New Orleans Tropic, whose sickness we mentiontd a day or two since, is dead. He was a victim to the fever. 09" I wu A.>u iniLnbsnnu rr^iv formances <i?ily at the American Museum, at 3 and 7J o'clock, by Dr. Yalmtine. Mr. Cole. Mr. Nellis the rohb born without arm? Gen. Tom Thumb, Mr. Shemnn, the ronderiul Dog Billy, Stc. Icc. The Ftiir at Nililo's ii at u acting gre >t attention ; but we are very much mistsken if the Perpetual Fair at this Museum does not prove ol even still greater bent fit to bnsiness men, a* their goods, specimens and invention?, are eihibi'ed the wh*ln year, to thousandsof pencnitiom all pjrts ?f the city and country. How, tueu, can we do our bu*ineas inendt a letter favors than to recommend them to remove their articles, already prepared, to this Perpetual Fair, ot the close ol the one now holding at Niblo's Garden. Tty it, for the txpcnaesaie but trifling. QO- THIS BE1NO THE LAST DAY OF THE IN diam at Peale'a New York Muteum, the Manager hat <te termined t? give splendid perfoi mance this aitertioen at 3 o'clock, and again in the evening at 7J- The Indians have obtained for their dances entirely new and splendij dres'ea, eipres?ly lor tae occasion Misi Adair the vocalist, La P?tite Cerlto the admired dau sense, and Mr Fletcher the comic singer, are al?o engaged, together with the Mammoth Bones, Caspar Hauter, Fu Ige Mermud, and the 600,000 curiosities?all lor one shilling. I Q(7- " SELLING BY THOUSANDS !"?Mra. Ellis's Hourtkeeping Made Easy ; or Complete Instructor in all branches of Cookery and Domestic Economy; con tainiDg the most modern and approved recilwts of doily service in all fnmiliea. Stereotype edition. Hevised ana dapted to the wanti ol the ladies of tha United States, by an American lady. 1(6 beantilul 8vo pages. A new edition is new ready?price 1 > cents. Although published but a week since, this admirable work has met with a sale that has rarely been paralleled. Th? press ii unanimous in iti favor. In the National Intelligencer of Oct. 13, N-P. Willis writes "Mrs. Ellis'* Housekeeping Made Easy has been Americanized by a very distinguished lady of New York, and it is the cooktry book?I hey say, who know. Burges* and Stringer are selling it by thousand*. Our cookery it a compound of French and English practice, partaking (at intended by 'he lady in thii book) the excellencies ol both. The Boston Transcript say* :?It it an excellent manual of cookery; and tha household hints are of a character to be of almost daily service in all families. The woik it meeting with an immense sale, and it deserves it. The Albany Evening Journal s?y? It will be their own fault if our housewives omit to pioflt by this volume. VIi t. Ellis bat done them a substantial service in this ex ceilentwork. Wo commend it to their e'p:cial notice.? It i* told at the low price ol twenty five centt. From the New York Tribune This ii * very n?elul andcomplete manual. It diacusses a lubject that comet hometo " the htitinett and bosomt,,of men withpeculiar ei phsti* ; and we take plenturo in commending it tothe Attention of all engaged in housekeeping, or who intend entering on ita duties. It it not itt least recommendation that it iiiniiihos im|>ortBnt instructions at a cheap late. Two thilllng* will enable any one in tbii volume to buy a great deal of comfort. The Boiton Timet culls it "the best and moat complete manual o( the kiud ever published. The fashions of the ruitinr, like those of dress, are tubject to chunge ; bnt Mrs. Ellis keeps pace with the mo?t modvrn improvements." The New York Courier and Enquirer says The cheap volume before ut it Adapted with no little skill to the wantiofthe American public It should be in the handa of every boly who aapirea to the credit of an sccomplishcd hooiekeeper. Five copies will beUrwordedby mail for $1. Published and for tab- by BURGESS fc 8TRIVOER, 322 Broadway, New York, and by all Peiiodical Agents. (& RAZORS?The la-gest variety to be found in the rity, first quality, warrsnttd Perlumery Brushes for the roilet of all hinds, Shaving and Washing Soap, Prepn. rations lor the Toilet from the moit celebrated manulac lories, nt exceedii Rly low prices. O. SAUNDERS. The Metalic Tablet Strop, invented by O Saunders hat been in e*tentiv? use fur the last 28 years. Certifi atet of its superiority Iroro the following scientific gen tlemen, are at present in the possession of the inventor. Prnff>fl*nr J. (Jriarnni T)r Vwlontinn Mam fl?n lamai Tallmadgp, Pn ?id?nt ot the Amoriosn Inatitute, and Mr. Milliken, Cutler to 'he Itoynl Navy, 301 R rnnd. Manufactory, ins B.o <dw.iy. ftr?- rONSTITU riONAL DEBILITY EFFKCrtJ ALLV Ul'HKD?The Tunic Mixturo, prppared hythe New Yoik College ol Mcdlcinw and Pharmacy, i? now univoraally prrxci lied by the Medical faculty lor the tjr? of extreme deMlity, produced hy ??vrnt indulgtncca. 'p*ofthe mMt dialroKing naturo urn dallv conq'iend y thin moat imwertul in?l?orator. It Will al*o hn foil d m >at i ff rtnal remedy for all caae? of Impotency, ?? mlnal we?kne??, and nocturnal imiaalona. Hold in alngle hottle>, f 1 each. In caaea, containing ha'f 'a d >*en, $?, care'.ully packed and aent te ail part* ol tie Union. W. ?. RICHARDSON, Agent. Office tnd conmilllig toonol tfce College, 07 Naiaau at reel. I BY THE SOUTHERN MAIL. Sales of Stocks at Philadelphia. Stcono Uu*i>d, October 14 ?County b'i, 1860, new, 93J; $i(K)0 Cu.cini.a i VVni.r Work* Uor.rti, g $JOt City 5'a. 1867, IU2J, M0*> City 6'?, 1861, luu snarrs Mechanics' Bank, J1J; $luo Chctai^ake and Delaware, CS 1356,3% $(0u0 ?'o do do, 35| rim>T Board, Octuskh 17.?$403 State 5'?, 1804, 601: 2 0?hate- Qiiard boik.bj; 100 do do, ca?b, ti; 50 do Wilmington RailroaJ, lo|, >1'M> Stare 0'.-, ls-40, oldanauul, 61 J; 8 char s Trenton RniUond, 84; 60 do Wilmington Hai)>04(t, raih, 16J; $4000 8 at* fl's 6 its 11, 81; $3800 do 6'?. til; $J00i> do 0<i, cash, HI; *3'>00 Ch?? an?l D--1 Loan, 1866 3)jj. f67S atf flV IS 3,63|; 6 Sharon Pennsylvania Bank, loU; 10 do Girard l'iu?t, viO ...... .7777... iiA i e.iT suu nbiin siiir iikws. Phii.*uki rm?, Obt 17?Arr Lewis Bru:o, Studley, Boston, CM, 81 Lawrence, Chane, Savannah. Daitimobi. Oct 17?trr IWIuoiImi, Griffith, Irom'Port an l'ri"Ce?hi iu co with Mohawk, Pain*, for Miyagu**e, U> imuli ioid i * for N York; Omer, i<eunallt for Boston Left Fairii-M, Wi 1 ioii, NYork ill 2d ?; Peiu, Lvawi. B'.tou in 10, Win H 'nry, Ry er, do, ?o ir, < h.ti Henry, Griffith. for New York. l>?SpoM' 2d insl, lit ?l 30. long 71 8, V.' Leviathan, fn> River La Pl?i? for Liverpool: air Florence, HowUud, boston; Canton. SI elby, Madison, Con; Kiact. FoUer. Nantucket; Mary, Ho* land, Providence; Star, Hillup, NYork?Cld, J A Kol?b. Walker, itio Ja iciro and a market?Sid Louise, hteenken, Bremen; Hutni'luev, Gatt, Montevideo; Creole, Norria, do: Pioneer. Clark, Rlol del Jane ro; Watikiuco. Peterson, li t; Z'nobie, Owi-oi, \ve?t Indies; Michigan, Terry, New York. \flt- WE SHALL RECEIV - BY THE H1BERNIA, end have (or salt) at the Herald Literary Depot, H raid Building!), Noitb<ve?t coiner ot Fulton and Naaautt trecti, the following laleat Foreign Journals '1 he 1 1 mltatid Loudon Nowf, IS] The Pictorial Times IB The llUMtrati d Lom'on Lite, ' * * 16 Bell'a Life in Loudon, Id TUr Weekly Dispatch, l'J The Fret-man'* Jourual, 16 The Nation, 18J Punch lit Clms. Wilmer'a Newi Letter, 6 Wilmer k Smith'* European Times, l'J Agent* can be supplied with all of the above,by forward, ing tneir orders early to tbis Otticn, aud on reasonable terms, the niomeut tbey arrive. Subscription* will also be received and punctually attended to. Q&- ALL PARIS IN TEARS.?'When, a few month* ago, Eugene Sue, the celebrated author of the MYSTERIES OF PARIS, was attacked by a braiu (ever, which for a long time threatened bis lite, the whole reading public was thrown into tears, and his residtnee thronged with anxious crowds, who feared that his death would prevent the completion of the work, about which so much excitement existed. Thf first number of this woik. iust published at the New World office, 30 Ann itreet, has caused a sensation scarcely less than that which convulsed the French capital. It if talked of by i very body, nnd ii destined to have an immense sale in this country . It is printed oo a large and n?w type, and will be completed in from fight to ten weeky numl ei a, at 12} cents each. To agent* a hundrcd. Sold at the ollire, and by oil the periodical agents throughout the Union. CrT- PHALOX'S TUBICROSE SHAVING CREAM. ?The great Fair of the American Institute is daily and nightly thronged with the fashion and beauty of N. York, wno seem to take a special delight in every thing useful and ornamental. Among the mony improvements, the Tuberose Shaving Cream stands pre eminent for its supeiior qualities in making ti gcod strong lather, and imparting a whiteness nod smoothness hiiherto uuattained by any other preparation Phalon's Ddhlia Croam lor the hair is also to be seen there. This is an excellent article lor the toilet lor ladies er gentle men, causing the hair to grow beautifully dark nnd glossy, and keeping it from falling effor turning gray. Bold wholesale and retail by EDWAUD PHALON, Hair Dressing Saloon, 314 Broidwny, Opposite St. faul's. Boston, 13 Court St., BRAI SARD & CO. On- RICORD'S PARISIAN ALTERATIVE MIXTURE, foi the permanent cure of primary nnd secondary y pliilis. This mixture is the best and most effectual remedy at present known for these distressing complaints, controlling the diseases without injuring the constitution or confinement from business. Sold in large bottles, (3 each, small d?, $1; incases containing half dozen, $6, carefully packed, and sent to nil parts ol the Union. 01 ftice and consulting roomc o! the College of Medieino and Pharmacy, 07 Nassau street. W. 8. RICHARDSON, Agent. QQ- NEW YORK POSSESSES A THOUSAND AT tractions and amusements tor thu Indies, iu a variety ol way* and forms, but it has remaiued for the proprietor of the Alhamrato invent a new pleasure for them, ;nd one which they have long desired to ohlaiu. I mean a gentsel place ol resort, where, after a morniug promenade, or returning from the opera or a concert in the evening, they can obtain some more substantial kinds of refreshments than cakes and confertionary. This he has accomplished n fitting up a new and beutitiltil saloon on the 3d fl >cr of his establishment, ond furnishing it in the most elegant and costly manner, where may be obtained in the greatest IU DID'J OI j .O icui ...u. ui> ca cotfie?ch>' !ato, and a|variety of other delicacies, served up in a at) le that cannot fail to please the most fastidious. ft/- THE SHIELD OF YOUTH AND BEAUTY.? Oft time* when It he cheek is Hushing with a tint like Healtli'a own hue. Death through every Te n is iu*hing, snd the victim'* daya arc few. i-'ierce consumption loves to s?ver ircm us ti.osa to whom we're clutg. ani his arrow pointeth eve et the brautiful?the voting. But a shield we hail with pleasure, that his shalU will turn asile? snatch from Death the mother's treasure, and restore the father'* pride. 'Tis the sweet and sure specific off-red us by Tease nnd Sou, w hieh of lite and hope prolific, thousa; da from the tomb have won. Gj? whatever ttur condition, Irom bonchitii? rough?catarrh?eo to Fo-ty five Division street, there does Pease on Death make war. QtJ- "I KNOW OF NO SUCH WORD AS IMPOSSIBLE," exc aimed ^apoleo i m answer to one of his ttfiic-'is, who ie|H)i'ed a ceiWin region of the Alps to be *py<>nd the power ot man to scale?and it was scaled ? We hat e SH-n rrany r*?e? of disease, am) it seemed to ua he. ond the skill of man orthe power of melicine tocure, and yet the victim* tnat we had mentally given up to the tomb. are soma of them now fighting their way through the world with mi re rigor and t nei gy than we can boast, l'hev owe their lives, under Provi I. uce. to Dr. Peters.? Hi, like Napoleon, ' knew no such word as impossible,'' .md chargn g the various forms of disease with bis various medicines, he fnquently drove Death from hi* prev when the fatal arrow had well nigh left the defrayers hand. In that magazine ol health, comprised in Peters' Vegetable Pills, Vegetable Plaster and Meditated Lozenzea, may he found a cure for every curable complaint that flesh is air to Principal otfl'e 156 Fulton cor. Nassau street. Agent*? J 8. Murphy, 03 north Sixth street, Philadelphia, A. S, Jordon, 'J Milk atrcet, Boaton. <K7- A NEW DISCOVERY?DR. LARBOR'S Extract of Lungwort, tor all lung and liver complaiuts, couch*, colds, ?pitting or rloo't, Sic , kc. I bis new medi* cine ii made entirely diffV n nt from all others, and 10 given forth to the world. It* virtues litre bran fwily tented in the practiceo< several physicians, and the power* of It an* tucH tfeat the proprje'ors could not witnold iti benefits from munkind. We do not urge the "dear | ublic"to tile thil article if they do not r? quire i'?but we know that it will cure coughs and cold*, and all complaint* of the chest, lung* and liver, quicker than any thing else ever known. To bo found only at 31 Court, landt street. (&- COMSTOCK'8 SARSATAKILLA if warranted a* Dtrong, in ai large bottles, and as good ? any other article in the world that sella at one dollar, at the low price of fifty cents per bottle, $4 per dozen. It baa repeatedly cured ol scrolula twenty and thirty years standing. after all other preparations of Sarsaparilla had lailed, which fully proves its superior efficacy without lookirg at the wide difference in price. We know many think that thii article sold at fo low a price is not so good aa those that fell at one dollar ?er bottlf; hut il people will let prejudice run away with their head, we hope they will go and pay one hundred per cent .lureior an article not so good as this is at 60 cents perliottle. 21 Courtland street is the only placeto find it genuine. Q&- CHANGEABLE WEATHER INVARIABLY produces coughs aud colds, and the only sure mid speedy relief it to be lound in Dr. Suet man'* Cough Lr'7.et>ges. We have tried tbem effectually, and know them to be f<r the best remuly now in use. They allay the irritation of the throat, eive qwiet rest, and cure up a cold more speedily than any medicinc we have ever seen Hundreds have used tbem with great benefit when all other remedies have failed in giving 11lief. The Doctor a wan bouie is 116 Nussan *tr? et Ag a" ? ii7 Hii'lten Ktreet- |*,7 Bow. ery ; 77 Ea?t Broadway ; A) W ilium street, anil 130 Kult?n street, Brooklyn. Q(f- PROFESSOR VELPEAU'S (SPECIFIC FILLS for the radical rare of Gonorrhea, Ole?t, and nil morn purulent discharges of the urethra. Pi lor to the intro.duction of these pill* Into the United States, disease* of the urethra were considered difficult to cure, requiring low diet, confinement from bus n?ti, and a course of medicine of Irem two or three Hvniths in ordinary ct.*fs; but thanks lo the research and long experience ! Pmfen ?or vcipeim, inr ?c rniTi|>i?iin? hmi iiirnuiuiy ruriu uy his celebrated pill* in fiomfourto ten day*, withoir confinement, alteration ol diet, tainting the breath, or <linagreeing wi h the mont delicate conailmtion. Sold ill boxen, contrinlng one hundred pill*, prico II, at the Oilice and coiiMit'.ing rooms of the College of Medicino and Pharmaey, 97 N.iaaau atreet. W. 8. RICHARDSON, Agent. 00- FACTS WORTH KNOWING ?A positive stay for the H?ir lading out-or to restore it in held A rertuiu cure for oil Rhturoatinn and swilled Limb*, no exception*. A ccrtain and positive euro for the Tilea in nil eaaea. A warranted euro lor all Bruges, Scalda, and other Sorra.iind sore Eye'. A warrai.t-d cure lor the Salt Rheum. Abafcutiiul Dye for the Hair-will rot color the akin. Warranted. A certain cure for Corn*. Each of thorn to be bad only at 31 Cnartlandt etreet, ind at the Branch Houie, Comitock & Ro?a, 8j Cornblll, Boaton, and lucb proofa of theae fart* aa will convince all who will call or aend forthem gratia. The puMlo nny reat a*tured, there 1* no fancy In thee* asaertiona. ?7- NEW CHEMICAL DISCOVERY?A competition haa recently been di-covered lor renovating and irr 't\ng ol't leather, and making boot* Hd rtodMP t'i'ctly woterpronf. All thoae who regard comlort ml convi nit tic* will procure thl* article and satisfy tht ro <etv* of I a qualliM in aoftening and removing nil crack* or bliitera, ?nd mikl g old hathernew, Carriage top* in t barneaa 11 pr. vent* f??m M ^ ring or clac king; . keeping the leather loft and pi al io It will double the wear < thaine*? or carrlhg* tepr, i( uied according to d| rectlnni. It i# acid at 31 Courtlandt itiiiet, by the hottlu or gallon.

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