Newspaper of The New York Herald, February 1, 1844, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated February 1, 1844 Page 1
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# * ii ?ggee-g TH] Vol. X., No. tttl?W hole No. :ittOO. ARRANGEMENTS K)R 1844. OLD ESTABLISHED PASSAGE OFFICE, 100 P iue itwt, corner o (South. JSt M. M. M. Trn^ubacriberoe*n"*ve to callth^tteiitiou of hialrieuda and the public in general, to the IVdlowiug arrangements for 1844, lor the purpoie of bringing out cabin, 2d cabin, and ateer age passengers, by the iir^ular Line ol Liverpool l acuna, sail 111K the 1st.bill, llth, 16th 21st and 26th of every month. By thr London Packets, to tail rom New York, the 1st, 10th an<l 20th?and from Lnudou ou the 7th, 17th and 27th of each month, In connection with the abova. and fur the purpose of affording 'till greater facilities to passengers, the subscriber has establiaheda regular line of (Vat class New York bnilt, coppr-red and cooper listened ship*, to sail punctually every week throughout the year. For the accommodation of persons wishing to remit money to their I unities or frieuds, drafts are giveu, payable at sight, ou ike following Banks, viz :? Provincial Bank of Ireland, payable at Cork. Limerick, Clonmel, Londonderry, Hiigo, \V ei ford, Belfast, Waterford, Galway, Armagh, Athloue, Colerain, Ballina, Tralee, Youghal, Knniskillen, Monaghan, Banbridge, Ballymeua, rarsoiislowu, Dowupatriclt, O'avan, Lurgan, Omagh, Dungannou, Bandon, bonus, Ballyshanno Strabane. Skibereeu, Mallow, Moneymore, Cootchill, Kilrush, Dublin. Scotland?The City Bank of Glasgow. England?Messrs. Spooner, Atwood Ik Co. Baukers, Loudon; K. Murphy. Waterloo lload, Liverpool; payable in every town in Great Britain. For further iufermation (if by letter, post paid,) apply to JOSEPH McMURRAY, 100 Pine strret, corner of South. N. Y. OrMesers. P. W. BYRNES (It CO, * Waterloo Road. j9 6m?rc Liverpool. NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA RA -ROAD LINE DIRECT, Fog Nkvta&e, Nkwii runs wick, Princeton, Trkntov. BOHUKNIOWN AN? BuRLINOTON. -SSSBMPfr-ilil THROUGH IN SIX HOURS. Lraviug New York daily from the foot of Courtlaudt st. Morning Line at 9 A. M.?Mail Pilot Line at Of P. M. The Morning proceeds to Bordeutown, (bom thence by steamboat to Philadelphia. The Evening Line proceeds direct to Camden (opposite to Philadelphia) without chauge of cars. ^ Passengers will procure their tickets at Die office foot of Courtlaudt street, where a commodious steamboat, will be in 'oed'nvss with baggage cratee on board. Philadelphia baggage crates are conveyed from city to city, wihont being opened by the way Each train is provided with a car in which are apartments and dressing rooms ez vessl y for the ladies' use. Reluming, the lines leave Philadelphia from the foot of Walnut street, bv steamboat to Bordentowu at 7 o clock, A. M. and by railroad from Camden, at J o'olock, P. M. The lines for Baltimore leave Philadelphia at 7>f A. M., and 4 P. M. being a continuation of the liuea from New York. j9 3in * in r FATERSON RALLROADT fWljyl KXffi " Hi h k !H"IHL L IN Hi* SlbUBpRT K: k rum I'aterson to Jersey City. On and after Monday, Oct. Id, 1843, the can will leave l'iTt?>ON Dv.r?T. Lv.avs: Nkw Yorx. 8 A. M. 9 A. M. I1X " 12* T. M. J >. M. C " The Sunday Trains will be discontinned uutil further noice. transportation can leave daily (Bandars excepted.) Passengers are advised to be at the Kerry, fool of Courtlandt street, n Tew minutes before tha slated hours of departure jyl9 6m* WIN TEH ARK \ N OEMENT-KOlt ALBANY, Via BRIDGEPORT and a??w* si Wirt fi0k Housatonic St Western JtaiLDRoRDi. i aily, Suudays.^^^^HH XT3QL Excepted. JSKKTLPassriigers for Albany by this noote will take the new and elegant s'eamboal EUREKA, Capt J L. Kin h. which leaves New York from foot Liberty st. Saturday morning at halfpast 6 o'clock, for Bridgeport, thence by tti- Housalouic and Western Railroa Is, without chance at cars or baggage crates, to Albany, arriving sains evening at 8 o'clock. Kare through Kor passage or Freight, apply on board, or at the office, foot of Liberty street. O. M. FERRY, Agent. jIVec .,W-r,.j. STATEN ISLAND KERRY, FOOT dLs V-sC^-OK WHITEHALL 8T.-The steamboat 3E?J6?55f-STATEN ISLANDER will leave New York and Suten Island, on and after October 2d; as follows, until further notice :? Leave Stateu 11 laud at 8*, 10, a. m., 3, 4, r. m. Leave New York at 9. 12%, 10 min. past 3. 4*. N B.?On Suudaya the boat will leave at II instead of 12*. All Irsiglit shipped is required to be particularly marRetfflid is at the rialc of the owners thereof. ?30tfr djSir KOR NEW ORLEANS?Louisiana and New XtHMjV York Line?Positively fint regular Packet, to sail the jHtialSnlst Feb.?The fast sailing packet ship YAZOO, Capt. Jamas Wybray, will positively sail as above, her regular day. Kor freight or passage, having handsome furnished accommodations, apply on board at Orleans wharf, foot of Wall street, or to E. K. COLLINS fcCO. 56 South street. Positively no freight received after Wednesday evening, 31st inst. Shippers will please send in their bills of lading ear'y this day. Passengers will plaase be on board, at Orleans wharf, foot of Waii street, on 1 hursdav morning. Feb. 1st. at 10 o'clock, at which time the ship will tail. Shil1*r* by thit line inty rely upon I wring thei r goods correctly measured. Agents in New Orleans, Hnllin fc Woodruff, who will promptly forward all goods to their address. The packet ship M1HSI8SIPPI. Captain C. Hillard.will succeed the Yazoo, and sail the 10th Feb.. her regular day. jSI rrc jrAS*- FOR LIVERPOOL?Regular Packet of the titli llMWKeb?The first class pack.t ship GEO. VVA'IIINGAHmBmI'ON, ' apt F. P. Allen, will sail as above, hei regie nr day. Having very superior accommodations for mbin, second cabin and steerage passengers, those intending loembark shonld make immediate application on board, foot of M'idcn Lace, or to JOoKPH Mc MURRAY, 100 Pine street, corner of South. The George Was! ington will be succeded by the first class packet ship United Slat's, Captain Uiittou, to sail on the lltli February. For the accommodation of persons wishing to ramit money to tbeir families or Irieuds. drafts will be siren iu rums to suit their convenience, on tli - Provincial Bank of Ireland, and all its branches throughout the kingdom; also on .Messrs Spooner, Atwood fc Co., Baul.ers, Loudou?payable iu every town throughout Gieat Britain and Wales,by applying at above jOTre S&jt OLD BLACK ~BALL LINK OF PACKETS? NrjWfV For Liverpin I?Packet of the 1st February?The MaMfasplendid packet ship CAMBRIDGE, 61 pt Cars tow, Will sail as above, her regular day. She lias elegant accninmodatious for cabin, srnond cabin and steerage passengers. Aiplyto JOH.N HElWVMAN, 61 South st, near Wall St. iV. B ?Passage from Liverpool can be leearrd bv the above sliipor any of tnr line, at the lowest rate; and drafts, as usual, furnished for auv ..mount, payable throughout Great Britain and Ireland, on application as above j26 'dec aAjP BLACK 11 ALL, OK Oi.D I.IkE OF LI VSR l|#?WPOOL PACKETS?FOR LlVEim>OL-Reguiar MtnKsPacket ol the ist February. Thesplendid. well-known vary laat sailing packet s iip CAMBRIDGE,' aptaiu W. C. Barsluw. will positively sail on Thursday, Ist February, her regular day. It is well known to t> e travelling publ'C. that the accommoiL'ioui i f the Black Ball Line of Packets, lor cabin, second cabin and steerage passengers, are unsurpassed by any other line or vessel iu port Those now or hereafter remruing to the old country, will at all timea find it to their intarektand comfort to I I select this couveyruce. For passage, apply on board, foot of Beekmsn si, or to the subscribers, ROCHE, BROTHERS as. CO., K F niton street. next deor to the Fulton Bank. T. S.?Th? Ciiubritlge tails from Liverpool onlheKth March Prrsoua sending lor tteirfn.nds cau have tliem brought out in her, or in any of the |*ckers coinprisuig this magnificent and iineijuslled line, sailing from that port punctually on the 1st and itth af each mouth. for pa-sage, apply aa above. The i acket ship England will succeed the above packet, and sail for Liverpool on the 16th February, and will return to this port on the ltd of April. jWrc I?- PACKET 'OK HAVRE?Second Line-The njjt^V-ship si'. NI''OCAS, John U Pell, master, will sail JflnHfanu the 1st of Februerv. For freight or for nassage apBOkl) V HlNCKE'-.'J t ontine Building, ]llrc. corner Wall and Wafer sts. ,Aa; PAI RET POiv MARSEILLES?For 1st FebruawrJMPlk r> ? 1 he banjae MAKCELLA ( apt Hsgar, will iBfiSfaftikr the place of the ship Henry i'liompsou, not arriveO, .iiU ssiI on Ist > rosnno. For freight or passage apply to LAWRENCE k PHELPS. No 101 Front street,or to BOYI) k HINCKK.1, Agents, Ij'/HUff I Tnstise tluilding, ror Wall and Water sts. F<>H~GUADALOOPE OR MARI IMQUEsHIk Ti e superior b leuch bspjue ALEXANDRE, Cspt. 9||b Ruber F. r freight or iw ge, i piiI v to BOYD k HiNCKEN, ? a T... iU.,,l#t ?? rnr Wall anil Water its. DllilWN It'S On* Prior Hut Mmr*. 171 Chatham .W|u,irr, comer of Mott where f'aliion, beauty, durability aud economy uie combined to adorn thr head J M proprietors have ili? ylmin to offer ? new ?tylr ol* imiUIKHI nfb- '?rf, whirh cl -aely ir??mbl those formerly told for tS vd $4. at tl>-- low nir.l price of tl. '1 ho,e, who fiomincli nation o: rcrsaity are in ncril to study rcouomy in tliut Indial?-nsal>l* article of draa, h *r now <n otiportunity of doing so, and atili * |r U|> tt>? appearance of the most fashionable. Brown I fcUe., in irraeii'lug this hat to (hr public, think they huvr Inrirly retched the ulriui'tniii of beaatv, chraporss. uratnrai, durability and eomtbri of thr wraarr. All sale* ar* for eaah, therefor- uo good cnatnmer pay* |.>r loaar. mcurml f thr bad. BKOWN it UO. 171 Chatham Square, jt lm*m Corner of Mott street. LOOK AT THIS! GENTLEMEN'S CORK MOLE MOOTS, the lirat of _ qu liny $S (10 W Do W atri Proof DooU do i #'i JM Do Liulit Kreuch Uallakin Boot a do- -fl to t no Do India Hub', with lauter soles I Si ''o Plain Robbrra SO Do Dancing Pampa I 00 Do Dauring Oaitrra I OS Do Worked MMnpera I 00 And all other kind* of Boola and Hhore ia faahiun; La>nra' (iaitri Booia, Buakina, hlinprra, Ties, Quilled Shoes. Pruurlla Shoes, white and black Ratio Slippers. Button Shnaa. India Rubber Strap-furred plrin, and all o nrr kind* of Orrr Mliora; Cloas, Mocfaaius, and Ih* greatest aaaornn-ut of Boy's B ou and lihoea; Mitaea and Children's, of all kinds to ba found in the world all of our own ma .?f'Cturr, and thr brat of b ranch goods, and warranted to b* the brat, and aa cheap a< the chrap1-at, at 3?7 Broadw-y, corner of franklin atiert j20 tm?rc (IKMK)HY it CAHILL, W7 Broadway. . BOO 1 M?W A ri.K I'ROOK Doable and < ork Solca V Kienrli and iiatir# calf and patent screw taps; warranted IM nood fu.r call boota for mm.bov'a and children's do, c# terboota and shoe* of a|l aarta and aura N B ?I o, Miaaeaaud Children's gaiter boola, aho-e and buakin, doubia aud single soles, and ol rrrry enlor and shade. Cadi- t JetiU, Miaerr and Children a water proof ludia Ruhbrr ovrrahrwa of tl.i latrat atyle, all of which will br aolrt cheaper then at aev othef store in ihia ?ity _ Napoleon Up boot, $f ? pair. J. n. w AI.Kr.K, 119 Broadway, 11 tin . Comer oiCaual at. ~ W " itOUT AND SHOE STORE. READY rraprctfally mlorma liisMemk thr pi he,, that hr ha* aouaaaeii buainra* in th. abov , at No. W N taaau atrret, wherr hr will thankfully racer, e ,r? faithfully fircota. all ordrra hr may br larored with on r It am egMftte terma lor eaah. ... R*r V 'TtON DUcK?ltO baler Ameiioi i Pilot Duck very N, i, n-n art-cle, computing ? rompl'te assortment fro" Jici, Ibr tab- iu lets to suit pei chaser* by ft CCOLLIMS ft CO-, M Mouth atr E NE NEW PACIFIC HOTEL. In 16* GREENWICH. NEAk COUKTLANDT STREET, * NEW YORK. _ THE above well known Hotel having recently undngoue ex- J A tenure repairj and letitling, 11 opened for the reception of permaneut and transeieut boarder*. The inbscriber* having leased the same for a term of year*, will Midearor to merit the par"?aage of it* former guests and the public. E. FIELD, 029 lm?ec Q. FAKNHAM AMERICAN HOTEL, PHILADELPHIA. . nnilis u?w house is situated on Chestnut atfttt, opposite the State IldU'f (Independence Square,) and tu the immediate ? icir.ity of all the faslrouabl* places of amusemeut and resort. ^ It has been built in lh- mcst thorough mauner, by JohuJ. Kidgway, Ksq .nnd contains upwards of one huudred reoina, ai many 01 which aie parlor* with bedrooms adjoiuiug, suitaole ^ lor families, and Parties of ladies and gentlemen It will be furnished throughout, (without regard to expense) Si with new and elegant lurniture of the most approved style, and opened for the loceptiou of the travelling public,on the tint day lu of March neat. ....... The proprietor* flatter themselves, that their long experience iu the husiuess, will mnb'e them to conduct the American Hotel, in all iu departments, in such a uimuer as wilt please the (j( most fntidioui, and guaianree to their gnests every comfort and luxury, that can be found in any Hotel in the United ei N B ?Bathing Rooms are attached to the Hotel, whert warm aud cold water baths will at all times be in readiness. t) j a, January lilh, 11*44. J15 3mtc st HAVANA MANSION HOUSE HOTEL. m THE undersigned take* occasion to inform hit friend* aud w, 1 the public, tint the Mansiou House i* now located in Inquisidor (tract, No. 07. in the vicinity of th. steamboat landing ni and vegetable market, having commodious family apartment* arranged iu the neateac order. A peraou i* employed to procure permit* tu land passengers, ai baggage, Etc. who will board veueli immediately after die vitit of tne revenue officer*. 18 N. B.?*Visitor* to tin* Island should procure a passport from pl the Spauiah Consul, at tne port of embarkation, to otiviate dif Bculties r.nd inconvenience. *21 Siuef WILLIAM FULTON. FIRE-PROOF BOOK SAFES. ct\ nPHE Subscriber ha* oa baud an assortment of C. J. Oajler'i , L Warranted Fire Proof Double Safes During the past ter, " year> several thousands of these Safe, nave been in use; ueuly ? one huudred have, at differeut times, been tliorooghlv tested by u fire, and NOT ONE, lias at any time, failed to preserve its con h tents J, Oayler's Double Safe is a combination of two entire Safes, . united one within the other Each Safe is exclusively ol , iron, aud the best non conducting materials, no wood being 0 useu in ineir couiimciiU'i. 1 ill cuinposiiiuu wiin wuirii even Safe ia lined iierfectly lire-proof and (he Patents with full m confidence offers them, js superior to any others vet invented. h The inner and outer doors of each Safe are secu?ed by the im- ,| proved patent detector locks, which cannot be picked or opened . with false keys. ,, Also, an assortment of Single Sales and Specie Chests, for 11 sale at prices froin $25 to $75 each. v All kinds oi Book Safes and Specie Chests made to order. w S. ELY, p j5 lm*?c 71 Fulton street near (fold street. ^ UL'/l FsH AND $5 25.?A superior article of Broken, Egg' ^ iJrx.tJvJ Stove and Nut Size Coal, doubly screened, at $5 25, 1 and small Nat at $4 50 per ton, delivered tree of can age, from ti the yards, 215 West street, comer Kranklin. North river, and tl corner Fifth and Lewis itivets, East river. Orders received at n the Sugar lletinery, 28 Leonard street, through the Despatch ? Post, -ud at both the yards, N. B.?An allowance made to dealers. c j27 2w*m TYLEE k MAPE8 w ? h Ij?OR SALE-A VALUABLE RETAIL DRUO STORE, tl ?It is situated on a corner, in n good business neighborhood. The listures are new and very handsome, aud tne stock of medicines, perfumery, itc , are full and complete. Tne above ' store w ill be told cheap for cash or good approved security, and d possessiou given immediately. To a young man this is a very ti desirable opportunity for establishing himself in the drug bun e neas Further information will be gi eu at the office ol Mr. t COIT, No. till Wall street between t>e hours of 10 aud 12, or by addressing X. L., at this office, stating where an interview may be had. j 16 2w*rc 5 v OFFICE AUBURN AND ROCHESTER RAIL ROAD a Cananiiaioua, Javlahv 10th, 1844. s A SEMIANNUAL DIVIDEND of three and one half per a cent on the Capital Stock of this Company,will be paid on . the first day of February neit Shareholders, whose stock is j registered ia the city transfer hooks of this company, will be 1 paid their dividends altheBaukof the State of New York in o the city of Ne\v York, and those whose stock is not register* ' \ in the city, will receive payment at this office. The transfer t books will be closed from the morning of the 22d instant 'till |, 1st February. By order, j!6t?Fl?rc CHARLES SEYMOUR, Treasurer ? OFFICE OF JEKh ERSON INSURANCE CO, New York, January 18th, 1814. TMIE Annual Election f-,r Directors of this Company, will 1 be held at their office, No. 36 Wall street, on Monday, 5th % February next. Poll ?i>eus at 18 o'clock, and will continue \ open oue hour. GEO. T. HOPE, JI?toF5 ec Secretary. OFFICE OF JEFFERSON INSURANCE COMPANY No. 36 Wall Strket. New York, Dec. 16th, 1841. rPIIIS Company insure at rates as low as auy responsible office, 1 aud will return ten per cent of the premium in cash to insurers at the time of effecting the insurance, from and after this date T. W. THORNE, Presiuent. GEO. T. HOPE. Secretary. d!7r DAGUERREOTYPE PORTRAITS, /"IF the most exquisite tone and linish, possessing all ilie colors v of life, by A. F. THOMPSON k CO., No. 11 Park Row, opposite the Astor House Daguerreotype Apparatus, Plates, Cases, Chemicals, he., for sale. Instructions giveii in the art. j 18 lm*m FIRST PREMIUM DAGUEHREOTYPES. IH1TMRV li.^,,..rr,.? li.n.rv nf Pur-nt Premium Colored > F Photographs, 251 Broadway, abort* Murray street, New Vork?Awarded the firu premium and highest honor, by American and Franklin Institucs, for the most beautiful colored Dagurrrotype, ever exhibited. Tru'rnor I'lumbe, the 'American Dauu-rre ' whose fame a* the first Photographer in the world, is familiar, not only here. , but iu Europe; and whose laurels hare r> ceutly been increased by tiie public testimony of the American and Kraiiklui Institutes, declaring hit colored I'hotogiaplia the most beautiful ever exhibited hat, Iroin a liberal desire to place his superb poitraits within the reach of all, just reduced his terms to the lowesl rales of the most indifferent artists in the city. We advise all to examine his fine gallery ol specimens, which the world cannot ei|ual, 251 Broadway "?New York Express. PluinOe s Premium aud German Apparatus and Instruction Plates, i ases, fcc ,*t the lowest rates. j 19 lmdykwy*ec NITKD STATES DAOUEKKIAN GALLERY, 175 Broadway, up stairs.?E. WHITE would respectfully cs'l the attention of citireus and strangers, visiting the city, to his splendid collection of UaguerreotypePortraits,single or in grotU'S from two to fourteen pe sons on the same plate, which (or bcanty end accuracy of delineation cannot be surpassed For traits taken in all kinds of weather, either with or without colors. The American Institute at it* late exhibition ewirded Mr. White the lira' premium for the bext Duguerreotype likeness fm groupiugand g ',eral eifrct, which is but another proof of the | superiority ol uis portraits. Mr. White is so e agent in New York for the very superio: imported Uerman Cainanu , and at no other establishment in this city or State can they be obtained. N. B.?Imported German Cnmar.'.s; ala? French and A men can Instrument of the very best quality, with Plate Cases, Chemicals, Polishing Materials. Ike., kc., always on hand, foi talc at >lie yery lowest prin e. nT tns*m french china No. 4 south William street, up sutiw. ADALF.B.'yIE, Importer and Ag?ul for Manufacturers, ha* always on hand a large assortment lor dinner and tea seti in plaiu white aud gilt French Porcelain, at wall as diuner and dessert plates, ol all sizes, assorted dishes, soup tureens, covered dishes, salad bowls, trait baskets, custards and stands. Also, Tea and Chocolate Ware,'Greek, Freucli and Amen ran shape All the articles are warranted of the best quality, and to be eld on liberal terms, and in lots to suit nnrrbasers. ,27 tm#er dTTnotTTespa ir. ALL who hare been so unfortunate as to contract a certrin private diseu-, and have become weary with nnceasing efforts to restore theinselves to health and hap|iineas,but hau met with bitter disappointment in every medicine that promised the desired elfect.can now take coorage and look forward with confidence to a perfect aud speedy restoration of all their energies Dr.Thomas' Specific Pills have never yet fail*d to cure the most aggravated and protracted casts of gonorrhoea,gleet,or strirture, sua they will ceitaiuly cure a recent case of a mild kind in thirty-six hours .These pills are equally beneficial for either ? x, mild and certain in their effects, removing like a charm all th* germ ol disease from the system, a*d leiving the constitution in all the slrrugtli and vigor o| unblemished youth. Price Si per box Agents at 77 Broadway; 79 Fulton st, anil 273 Broadway cor Chambers st J24 lm*ec sklpho's first premium ~~ ANfil.ESKY leg. U KMOVED from Hccond stiret t < 80 Spring at ? Patrouned i I " by tlir moat eminent surgeoue throughout Kurope, and b> inauy of their professional brethren tn the United States: ami / allowed by all to be the nearest approach to nature bithe l< v produced. Introduced into tbia country and made solely by WiLLlAM NKLPHO, ? No. 80 Spring street, near Broadway, New York. / IT7"Ternia moderate, and indisputabler* fereuceagiven 1 have seen the artificial leg of vlr. Salpho. It. construe r tion appear* eacellent, and well calculated to answer all to. , ulgects desired But the liest of all it the proof < I' those who we.r ll.-Til. ihia is positive and uude,liable. Soine of inv f lends whom I hare mutilated, iuform me that tli'yarr suiieru- " or to all others. VALlONTINli MOTT, r Professor of Surgrry, University of New York." t j24 Imily3twy*rc t DOC'l'. JOHN THOMSON.?$2110 Heward will be pai t to prove the following alTidavit untrue:?John Thom-ou, Id] Broome street. Scrofula?Important i;nre Confirmed ? t New York, Jan. 28th, 1(44. On the Sth of January, I gate my affidavit that an astonishing cure bad barn ivrfurineil upon rne by Dr John Thomson, 343 Broome street, of a dreadful case of c Scrofula Salt Rheum, Krysipelas, Scalu Head or Leprosy, all of which diseises it had b en denomi listed. In said affidavit I [ stated thnt I had beeu allli ted 4 Wyears, that I had employed r ten different physicians, that I had taaen 40 bottles of Sands' r Sarsai anlU, and between 40 and 40 bottles of Bristol's 3 trsaparilla. That my head had been shaved and dressed with poul r tiers and ointmimt sltematelv lor 4>$ months. I also used dO ' hoses of Dr. Whiti.ig's celebrated estra t of Daucns. I also i used for three months constantly, a strong tea drink made of a burdocs, yellow doc?, prickleash anil siraaparilli One pliy- n sician I p ad $81, alter an attendance oi five months ; another r attended me right inonlhs, but all of no use. My head was one solid scale all over, which I had to ran oveevery 24 hours with sosp suds, or i he itching iiritatiou or distress was intolerable ' I believe I had all the compound miseries mcider t to rrysi|>e a It, scald hetd, salt rheum, aud scrofula I have spared no J pain . or agpanse to cure this complaint In 4?t years I have ( ! aid hetMce I $ib0 aud $400 without any benefit. It (truck to my stomach the past season, thus till ng up my measure of trouble and misery to the brim. My distress was beyond my description. Almost in a state of despair I call'd upon Doctor ~ John I honisou, oil the 30th December, 1813, and he encaged to cureithyc ntract, and on the 8th of January. 1844, ten daya titer, my head was to all appearance well, and my general , wallh batter titan for three years. I now reoew tnv affidavit that those thus afflicted inav know that I am well. And I , would say to all affiittad with scrofula, erysipelas, and all ! emotions of the skin, to try the means 1 have tested and they will never regiet it. I have seen several other persons who " luva been cured by Dr. Imotnsnn who were induced to make f the trial from seeing a statement of mv cure ) JAM KB HA8BON, 34 Moore street [ Sworn b'f irr mr, tlua 2?ih clay of January. 1144. ( I'KTKK PI >CK SKY. Cnm'r of D?eJs. J N B -Wanted at 311 Brooine street, such patients as cat lind no relief from others. L)r. Thomson's Ami Scorbutic Myu;>, lor McrofuU oid all mptinu of tn? akin For sale only by himself at $1 per bottle or fin i?r d >?en. at No. 343 Broome .i.e? >* Vn.k. by JOHN THOMSON j'Hlw'rc DKACH ORCHARD COAL?fS.JJ per ton for broken, eg* 1 and large Store, ''onsnmers may rely on getting thn beat lied Aali Coal at the above pricn, wrll craenarl. srrighed by a city weigher, and delivered from the yard rorner ol King and ' " ""Wichita. PETKR CLINTON i * tn'te I I J -Ji W YO YORK, THURSDAY MO KB rrawABT wm OASB. ; teply of Liapenard St6wart Eiq> c _ v ~ T"*T -l-l. todamen wamuu w euu, OF THE COURIER AND ENQUIRER. J TO THE PUBLIC. * i) I have been forced, in a manner known to the reader, to j publication of the record of the Surrogate'* Court, in ie matter of the will of my late uncle, Robert Stewart, J id feel it due to myself and family, in connexion with it, t make the following brief and plain statement of facts. Iiictly private as these facts are, I do not feel at liberty ? withhold them, in the position of defence which I have e sen compelled to take 1 The Lisponard estate, though large, was in 1803, at the ^ sath of my grandfather, Mr. Lispenard, senior, to a great c (tent unimproved and unproductive, consisting chietty a f meadows and marshes, which, like much other proper- 1 r of a similar character in the same vicinity, were made t suitable as building lots by filling in and the opening of i reets, only at an expense ruinous, as is well known, to tony of the original holdors. Nothiug but the talent for J usiness, unwearic^ vigilance, and skilful management of i ly lather, Alexander L. Stewart, aided by the experience 1 nd large moneyed resources of his brother, Robert Stew- | rt, saved him in making hisjportion of the Lispenard es- ( ite saleable, from the bankruptcy which befel other pro- 1 rietor* in that section of the city. As it was, he did not ] icape perplexing embarrassments for many years. t At a later period, these embarrassments were greatly in- ' reased by advances made to J. W. Webb to establish and < istain the Morning Courier?advances which not only 1 bsorbed all Mr. Stewart's own ready fuDds, but required ' lans by him on interest from others, and which effect- i ally prevented him, after the year 1430, from devoting 1 is resources to the improvement of his own estate, and 1 oni making investments open to him, under circum- 1 lances that would, in his opinion, as often expressed, 1 ave insured affluence to his children. < From these and other causes, such was the condition of ' ly father's estate at the time of his death, in 1838, that had is will called for the settlement of his affairs, and the 1 istribution of his property among his children, it would | ave yielded a very small dividend to each. Moreover, i ie just claims ol hi* brother, Robert Stewart, for ad- i daces made thirty years ago, would have covered the i hole, from these two facts amy be learned, at once, the i ropriety and the necessity (a propriety and necessity in i 'Inch those of the children of Alexander L. .Stewart, who I new the condition of the property, ever cheerfully ac uiusccd) of leaving his estate as he did by a power in -ust, to the management and at the disposal of his broler. My father well knew, that this was the surest, if i ot the only means, of providing for hia children an ultirate competence; and lie knew, too, better than any other ould, from an association of brotherhood which was rithout the separation of a day for near forty years, that is brother had no other object in life but the interest sf hose children. At the time of my uncle Robert Stewart's death, in June ist, the estate was in a worse condition even, than at tha ecuase of my father. The reasons for keeping it together ill freed from its embarrassments, existed even in a greatr degree; and hence it is, and hence only, that I, conrary to my wishes, have been left his sole devisee. 1 have alluded to advances made by iny father to J. Waton Webb. Not only do the books of the estate show vhat those advances are, but their whole history, in time nd circumstences, with constant ussurunces and demontrations of speedy repayment, is in my possession, in tutement after statement, and letter upon letter, in the iandwriting of that individual himself. To show that here can be no mistake in the nature of these advances, r in the just claim of my father for their return, I will? vithout entering into a detail of the successive commutaions with creditors, assignments, he., of the Courier & 'inquirer, which this series of papers exhibits?give one >r two extracts only from his own letters, in reference to hem. In a long communication, dated Sept. 1st, 1331, addressd to Alexander L. Stewart, and urging, on various grounds, a commutation of the debt due by him, J. W. Vebb thus writes:? "The Courier & Knquirer is at this moment in debt upcards of $60,000. My half is $26,000. Now let us suppose hat we* pay the interest upon our debt, and realize annuIly $14,000 of profits?of this sum $7,1)00 is mine. 1 must ive out of it, and will have but $4,000 annually to apply 0 the reduction of my part of the debt. At the expiration if six years the debt would be paid; but how would I tand then with the world? Why, merely adding simple nterest to the amount of your debt against mc, I will owo ipwards of $60,0001 * * * * I now propose is follows : that you shall compromise the whole of your ilaim for $16,000; that all mortgages, papers, Ike , now ixisting shall be cancelled, and a new mortgage for 116,000 executed, conditioned that I shall pay $760 and nterest on the whole sum on the 28th day of April next, ind $760 and interest on the whole sum unpaid, on every !0th of October and April following." A deduction was accorded by my father; and constitutes he $17,000 specified in the first Will of my uncle Robert itewurt, as the sum to be deducted from the portion of my ister Helen, which will lie found on an after page, in the iroceedings of the Surrogate's Court. This $17,000 was 1 dead loss sustained by my father in compromising with I. W.Webb,and is entirely distinct from demands existing itthetimeof making that Will, secured by bond and nartgagc, and responsible sureties. kj it 11 in, iooj, ?#. rv.*i tsuu, in n leuer 10 an ngeni if Mr. Stewart, alter stating the failure of certain efforts o raise money, continues thus "In consequence of this lisappointment, I have called on Tylee, and he has conlented to take $14,000 for his claim, which under the asligament is $16,000, and interest from May 1st, 1832,equal o $18,000. Mr. Stewart's is $26,000, and interest from 8th Jeccmber, 1832, to 8th March, 1836, two yeirs and three nonths, equal to $20,000. "Now I will give A. L. S. and D. T. a mortage on every liing >or $43,000 in full, payable in seven equal semi anlual instalments of $6,000 each, and one of $8,000, comnencing on the 1st of July, 1836, and terminating on the 1st of January, 1840, with interest at 7 per cent, on the 1st it January and July in each year, Tylee to receive a half if all payments till his debt shall lie paid. I will then, with Mrs. Webb'sj property, and the aid of two frienls, luy olf and , and pay and . By his arrangement, Mr. Stewart will be paid within five -ears, and will commence getting his interest immediatey. * * * 7 beg you to lay this letter lieore father at once. Thus, at the end of four years, it is seen, that in place >( the payment ol the $16,000 due, after the deduction of 831, $20,000 is exhibited, as the debt to Mr. Stewart.? }f this sum, Webb St Averill, of Troy, paid in 1840, as iur?ties of J. W. Webb, some $14,000 in western lands ; while the balance, $16,063 20. was transferred in 1841 to I. W. Webb's schedule of bankruptcy. These losses by Mr. Stewart, by compromise and bankruptcy, amount together to more than $30,000? a greater turn than his estate, under the best management, is likely ;o divide to each of his other children ; and sufficiently iccounts for the efforts of J. W. Webb, to invalidate the will of my uncle. Now, the justice and equity of making these acknowledged losses a debt due by J. W. Webb to the estate of Mr Stewart, as advances on his wife's portion of her facer's property, rests simply and exclusively upon the piestion of the proprietorship of the Morning Courier, rom December,*1827, to May, 1820, during which period he advances by which they occurred, were chiefly mode, rhis question J. W.Webb thought proper to bring forward in his paper, on the 17th inst., in a manner invidious o the memory and honor of my father, and to his wellnerited reputation for integrity and uprightness ; a repuation which I shall protect at all hazards. From the mass if disconnected and detractive matter, obtruded on that late upon the public, the only points bearing upon the luestion here at issue, clearly asserted and boldly upheld ire the following 1st, that J. W.Webb was only the nominal legal proprieor of the Moment Courier within the dates specified, vhilc Alexander L. Stewart was the real and bona-fide iwner, ispd J. W. Webb, a merp agent, jruling up thr af'flirt of the paper af a weekly salary. 2d, that he, J. W. Webli only appeared to be a borrower ol noney, while the advances were in truth on account of llexandcr L. Stewart himself 3d, that the monies exjiended and sunk in sustaining the aid newspaper, amounting in the course of sixteen nonths to between twenty and thirty thousand dollars, were xpended and sunk by Mr. Stewart himself. This, it is nl.l . ..I /...rill',...I Mr Sl..?,?ri 8 a/1 n,( - U, -If. ...ft. J VO.W..?.. .??. ? ? nitted. These three points are exhibited ill a plausible, and, as lie asserter of them evidently would have believed, uninswerable manner. We will show how far this is the aac. I might, were it necessary, rehearse the contract of the mrchase of the Morning Courier, by J. W. Webb, from ny father, who held it by an assignment under a judgnent for debt, for the consideration of $H,8.V> The original is in my possession, in his own hand, signed and ixecuted on the 17th of December, 1827, and bearing upon ts lace and in its entire spirit, every possible feature ol is genuine, bnna-tine, and irresistingly binding a contract .s can bedrawn. Passing this by, however, I shall regain perfectly satisfied, as I doubt not will be the reader, villi my own position in the case, and the justice I do to he memory of my father, by the following brief parages from an answer in Chancery filed under affidavit by . W. Webb, as defendant in a case pending before that /ourt, April 6th, in the year 1830, wherein he thus soemnly declares 1st. " And this defendant further answering says, and *,Vr. Noah was co-proprstorat the tima. tThe magnitude of the debt may be easily estimated ifsii ears of simple interest would swell it to npwards of $W,0H!i t This referents to the property of Mrs. Webb, calls or a pissing remark, la a calumniating and libellous publics ion "gainst myself and family, by J. W Webb, in the Courier mil Knquirer of July 26, 1141 he thought proper to avnw b inlelf the willing agent of what he would rerr??ent and have bei v-d to be, a fraud by my father upon inv mother, by areuring to her through the lustroment.alitv of J. W. Webb a large mount of red prop rty. comparatively without conaideretion iVIiile h" is candid enough to alate th it this property was uurrproveil and c .ntequently unproductive, he is csreful to withhold the tact tnat the ejiy prope ty whi-h was in r# inn et'led esclusirely on my mother, yiel Isd her a handsome irpara'eand uncontrolled income, which was disposed of at ileasnre during her life, >s mere pin-monru, ai d descended "t l?Mth to her children Th* property iif Mi a. Webb, alluded I., itiuie, wae lhu> den* <1 It roualituied on*-*uth only of the wnnlr. *nd ?>< mid ve*r? afo, by her hnibuid for |7?00?m h?t my mother recired nt l*??t $12 COO, th* fall ya'u* of the inimprnvad property efchaated by nor. In nuth, th* whole rnnMftion wu to both my f .the: and mother on* of perfect nouor and reciprocity *f iir.ernt, IRK I RNING, FEBRUARY 1, li barges the truth to be that the said Alexander L. Stewart ever waa a proprietor of, nor ever had any proprietary nterest whatever, in the said newspaper establishment ailed the Morning Courier, either before or after this do- li i-adant purchased the name / 3d. " And this defendant further answering says, that >e continued to conduct and regulate the laid Morning e ,'ourier upon his own account, devoting hia whole time ' ,nd attention thereto, and execising upon all occaaioni an intire contiol over its columns and concerni until the '' nonth of May, 1639, when the eame waa united to the said ( few York Enquirer!" 3d. " And this defendant further anawering says, that ^ le, J. W. Webb, in auataining the aaid newapaper for " ibout sixteen months, had expended and aualt between v wenty and thirty thousand dollars !" b J. W. Webb aaya, " figures cannot lie !" 1 would ask, fi lan oaths in Chancery I And which is to believed, the e old assertions, plausible conclusions from false premises, j ind ingenious mystillcationa of his publication of the 17th . natant, or these answers under affidavit which completely i alsify the whole of them ! As to the assertion that my father abandoned his legal laims against J. W. Webb in 1839, at a time when tne 1 idvances by him amounted to near $60,000, or at uny alter t leriod, ami then demanded and obtained a renewal of r hem on discovering that the union of the Courier with 1 he Enquirer waa likely to become a profitable concern, it ; s utterly untrue. Never for one moment was this the . ;ase, as I can prove, not only from the books and records ' n my possession, but by the testimony of at least half a lozen living witnesses. There were times both before ' ind after the junction of those papers, when my father, ' from endless disappointments in the return of monies ! which he had been persuaded to advance from month to 1 month, on the most delusive and deceptive demonstrations < >f immediate and permanent benefits of the most impor ant kind to J W. Webb and his family, did fully deter- | mine to " blow up" the concern, as it has been expressed, >y levying an execution upon it and all its appurtenances, o save what he could from the wreck, and " pocket <i oss," for which there waa no remedy. It was under this ' letermination that the conversation with Mr. Tylec ad- ' luced took place j a determination which my father was I ifterwards led once again to forego only by the most ur- n fent appeals, founded on representation! of the penury to ' iccompanied by auotherof J. W. Webb'* convincing demonstration*, that by (paring the establishment ami exending a little further aid, he would <oou be in possesion >f all his advances, and see hi* son-in-law and family in lidependence. J. W. Webb asserts that, after the 25th of May, 1829, " he never received or borrowed Bne solitary dollar from the estatu and also, that Mr. Stewart constantly made ' ane per cent in all his monied transactions with him, by discounting his notes at seven percent, while " he himself always borrowed money at six per cent." 11" by "one solitary dollar" is meant one dollar by itself alone, unaccompanied by others, this may be true ; but, it is also true that my father's hooks show that, within the year after May, 18-20, he received hundreds and thousands of dollars in company with one another not only in the payment of J. W. Webb's notes in bank, but in cash on his due bills duly entered with name and date. The testimony of my father's books, however, is rejected by him?so I will again look to his own records. A note of only live lines, addressed " A. I, or Robert Stewart," on Oct. 33d, 1829, Are months after the above date, in effect contradicts at once both the above assertions. It begins and ends abruptly thus " To-morrow being Saturday, we will require $600 this morning. " Mr. Coster is prepared to let you have $10,000 on the 10th of Nov. at seven per cent, payable at any time you feel disposed to do so. Yours, J. W. WEBB." The $10,000 were gladly taken from Mr. Coster, and retained, for years, at seven per cent, and is one only of many permanent loans, at the same Interest, which my lather was compelled to make on his account. J. W. Webb complains, and would have it believed to be true, that a debt ol J. B. Skillman, the original proprietor ol the Morning Courier, of a large amount* forms a part of my father's alleged dues from him. This is untrue, and predicated only on the false ground of Alexander L. Stewart's proprietorship of the Morning Courier. The Jlniwer in Chancery, before quoted from, recites the whole of this matter. In December, 1837, J. B. Skillman owed my father $9,371, to save which he was about to sell at sheriff's sale the Morning Courier. Instead of doing so, however, at the earnest persuasion of J. W. Webb, my father sold to him the assignment held by him ol that istablishment with its appurtenunces, the good will included, as before stated, for $0,860?thus abandoning $3,631, the balance of J. B. Skillman's debt. The properties of the Morning Courier at the time,aside from the good will, are thus exhibited by J. W. Webb, in his own hand writing, in a statement given to my father while the negotiation was pending :? Due the pa|>er (Morning Courier) in the country, $2,700, say good, $2,000 Due the paper in the c.ity, $8,600, say good,. . . 7,000 Press, types, kc 3,000 $11,000 Thus it is sesn that he received, at the purchase, property of the establishment estimated in his own exhibit at $11,000 good, for u debit of $6,860, transferred on my father's books from J. B. Skillman's account to his own. J. W. Webb complains, in his article of the 17th inst. tlist the alleged claims against him are the accumulations of compound interest. If he means by this term an exaction of interest which the laws of the State do not sanction, I reply that the olticeof my father and my uncle is the last place in the city in the business transactions of which an infringement of law or failure in the honor of gentlemen, will lie found. If he means accumulations arising necessarily from a neglect to meet his obligations when due, and constant changes in his position ot debtor, proposed and urged by himself in a substitution of the documents by which he was liound, and the shifting of his securities, who has he to blame hut himself, and why did he not prevent such forms and amounts of interest by cancelling his debt I My father was paying interest to others for the very money drawn from him by J. W. Webb, anil why should it be thought ungenerous or a reproach in him, to expect and charge interest so long as his advances remain unpaid 1 And why were not those advances returned I Had not J. W. Webb the means I Let his mode of life during the whole period of his indebtedness give the answer. He was in the receipt at the time, from the Courier and Enquirer, of the avowed income of some $20,000, above all expenses, and was living daily in a style unsurpassed by any gentleman of the city. In the winter, at his own magnificent dwelling in Carroll-place, or, with a large family of children and servants,in the finest suites of rooms at the City Hotel or the Astor House; and in the summer at a beautiful country seat, his own purchase, surrounded by all the appointments and appliances of wealth and luxury, including a well filled cellar of the most choice and expensive wines, gardens and grounds of great extent ami beauty, adorned by a conservatory of splendid exotics, were in like extravagance. Much were some of the lavish expenditures for years of the debtor, who would have it believed that he has been hardly dealt with by having just interest charged on the loans of a creditor, who with his own family was living, the year round, in a plain and old-fashioned residence in Hudson street, in a quietude and comparative simplicity which, however much that of choice, was nevertheless in a great measure the result of necessity, from the absorption of his floating resources in the devouring whirlpool of the Morning Cornier, and which is known often to have given rise to invidious remark, in the circlesjol society in which himself and family moved. 1 will state one'additional fact only. To this, however, I would invite the special attention ot the reader, in connexion witli the principal point in the opposing testimony produced by I. W. Webb in the subjoined record. Previous to the illness of my uncle Robert Stewart, the estate was indebted to me $.">8,000, and for which I had very little or no security. When it appeared probable that my tiucle might [not long survive, I became exceedingly anxious, from considerations disconnected with any selfish interest, to have this debt secured to me, anil strongly urged the necessity of it upon him myself, and begged my sister, Mra. Charles Stewart, her husband, and my uncle's counsel, (Jen Sand ford, to go to him and earnestly persuade him to this. This they did ; but to all importunity on the subject he replied, that he could not, in honor to other creditors, secure me; and that if any body was to lose by the estate, it must be one of his own blood. This continued to be resolotsly his determination, till it was proposed to effect the object by a purchase on my part af the real property of the estate, in whicli my debt should tie received us a first payment, and my bonds and mortgages taken for the balance of tba purchase money, for the security and payment of the remaining creditors. To this plan he at once acquiesced ; became anxious lor its execution ; and was impatient till it was accomplish ed It is to this transaction, related in detail by me to the hrothen of.I. W.Webb, in the conversation* referred to in their testimony?in which the Will of my uncle was rilso a topic?aad to this only that all the importunity witli my uncle of myself, my aister, and her hmband, and his counsel as stated by me to them, had reference or was true. In applying it to the changing of my uncle'! will, in place of tlius securing my debt, they have made a mistake, by confounding in their recollections one part of my conversation with another, which, however much (to he regretted, is not to tie pronounced impossible in an interview of hours upon a single subject. This importunity for the security of my debt, is the only importunity ever exercised by me with my uncle, either by myself, or through the influence of others. His Will ol 18.18 is in my own hand writing, in copying it for his signature my uncle told me the reason lor the deduction of the $17,000 from Mrs. Wehb's share ; and that although my father had been obliged to relinquish his legal claims to that sum in compromising with her husband, he had ever considered it due in equity to his eatata ; and it had ever been my father's determination as it was his, to deduct it from the wife's share. With the making of his last Will, I had no thing to do. It is contrary to my wishes, as I have ever asserted, and again assert, and at a sacrifice both of health and pleasure, tnat the estate in its ember rassments was left in my hands In receiving the Will from my uncle, which I nid only fiom what I conceived, and what he knew, to he nn imperative necessity in the case, I gave no pledge or promise as to the flnHl disposal ol the property, nor did he ever exact such pledge or promise, or ever give me any instructions, or express any wishes, in reference to it, either before or after tlie time ol Its execution My uncle, however, well knew, from the very best of proofs, what I have ever declared, and now again avow , that in reference to this whole matter, I have, and ever have hail, hut one object at heart, and one purpose to fulfil?which is, to secure, to the utmost of my ability, the best interest of my sisters and their families , and not less that of my sister Helen L. Webb and her children, than of the rest, LI8PKNARD STKWART. Hudson stssxt, New Yoaa, Jan. 14, IfM-t. His brother, ia the following record ol the t^ourt, speaks of it as $20,000: IERA 144. Kourltrlim-Townihtp Association. The second Lecture on tins mighty matter,wasde- a> vered last night at tiic Society Library, by Parke ! w rodwin, the son-in-law of the jioet Bryant and the I up ditor of the defunct "Pathfinder." His subject was oil ' Constructive and Pacific Democracy." The th umble desciples of their "great master," Messrs. mi ireeley, Brisbane, Macdanrel und Chunning sccu- w ied the front seats, while ninety-eight converts, lockers, seekers, Sylvanianisls and Socialists t, rerc scattered around the seals. The lectare was used on an article written with much spirit and Ntl arcc, in the Democratic Review for Kebruury, w ntitled "One of the Problems ol the Age," in which bl t reviews the history of Labor, showing that he reward of labor has been diminishing these 01 nst five centuries, owing to the increase of w abor saving machines, und the struggles be- uf ween the laborer and the laborer, and between rt, he laborer and the machine. The writer, having ?viewed the cause and the effect, asks, "Musi *' abor, the only creator of wealth, lose, from age to t| tge, and from century to century, one portion after qmother of its just and fitting reward * And if not, >vhut is the remedy 1" The lecturer, starting sud- w lenly into an attitude ot glorious triumph, exclaim- ^ I'd, us he concluded reuding the |>assage, the an- v jwer is with me?the remedy is association Not ^ :he association of clique* and corporations?of dieuting speculators?stock-jobhing scoundrels? H who best know how to organize the human forces ? :o rob the laborer and to fill the coffers of themlelves?of un odious jiarty-going, ball-giving, uris- j* ocracy. Tlie only answer?the only remedy to J. he question?the evil?was "Township Associa- '' ions." Not Phalanxes, Sylvania Bands, Gree- J1 cy Farms, Arc.?but Fourier associations, re- 1 ;ulariy organized, in every lownship-^each ? PownsJiip to be an association?each association to : >e a township. The benevolent, the philanthropic l( netnbersof society, us at present organised, were a uistakcii enthusiasts, who looked but to the castle J1 in the hill, and did not place the bridge over the f dough of labor which intervened. It was in con- *] tequenoe of the want of "the remedy" that the c tordes of miserable drunkards did not reform and lecome members of the temjierance society. Had ' Arthur Tappan and the other benevolent petition- 1 ?rs for the abolition of slavery, but understood "the 1 remedy," then the groans anil shrieks of hundreds 1 :>f thousands of well led, liuppy, woolly slaves nacl : eased to rise to heaven, and no longer would the . *ar he pained with hearing " Dandy Jim of Oaroline" whistled by every saucy white boy at the corner of every street. It was the want of " the reinedy" that caused the "Moral Reform Society" [ to shed tuns of tears over the degraded and "sen- J' *uons discord" of their fullen sisters. Six thou sand tender hearted ladies mourned over and strove c in vain to reform twelve thousand hardened sisters who loved the tive dollars of sin, rather than c the shilling of honest labor. And all this in con- . sequence of the want ol the impregnating princi- } pie?the organic plan?the remedy?association? I, township association. The efforts of such philanthropists were but drops of oil to calm the raging } storm?but withes of straw to stay the east wind on ; its westward course. The lecturer, leaving earth j und its impurities?its paupers and its priests? . then soared to heaven, to contemplate the association of the universp ; and the grand deduc- , tion from the " solar harmony" was, that , by a combined concentration of converging townships, a system of social reorganization would { be effected, which would uproot the present mass, ( called democracy, which overturns into the sliine f of its own tilth mess whatever is nobler than itself, and erect a democracy, pacific in its nature, auti- ( political in its government?which would not chew the stale husks of its not-coine-to-lhe-point priestcraft, but would make laborers gentlemen, and | gentlemen laborers?and all, universalists?townships, independent states?money into pots snd ( kettles?single maids into lovely rnummns? and | Brisbane, Fourier, Greeley, Godwin, Channingand Muedamel into philosophers, philanthropists and fools ' This is a remarkable age, these are remarkable men, and Township Association is a re-markable discovery! very! City Intelligence. Police, Jan. at.?Ciiv I'bihos.?We are compelled ( again to call tile attention ol the Alma ilouae Commit ( aioiiers to the unpardonable neglect on the part of tome- ( body, in not supplying the untortunate inmatea ol the ( City Ptiaon with potatoes lor the salt soup daily nerved ( up ior their lood. This it diagraceiul to a civili/.ed city. The couvicti on Blackwell't Inland, and in the State I'ri ... u:__ u;.._ ...ill. vu..tul,l?. an,I Sail,' < null m "i"B -"?f? i wHh potatoes, il nothing else oi a vegetable kind ; while here we see persons only suspected ol crime,and sometime* those whose only ollunce is inability to procure hail to appear as witnesses, deprived oi iare as good as the debased and convicted daily receive. The Commissioners are certainly not aware of this injustice to the unfortunate beings confined in this prison; and we trust that this notice will meet tkeir immediate attention. V'estenlay was a dull day lor police officers, and consequently thieves and rogues were in demand, at a premium. Michael Donoho made a complaint against Jacob Bogert, of an assault withapistol with intent to shoot, while Bogert was taking his horse from the stable of Mr. Duff in Duane street: but Bogert says the pistol war nothing but his jack knife, and that Donoho war more frightened than hurt. Thus ended that affray, which was about all of any interest that transpired during the day, at either the upper, middle, or lower |>olico offices. Coi'ar or Sessions.?Under the excellent supervision oft uptain lieustis, the court room of the Sessions, in the Hulls of Justice, has just undergone a perfect renovation, such as it has not experienced for years. The daily occupants will scarcely reali/.e it at the opening ol the I term on Monday next, and the court, jurors, witnesses, parties, and gentlemen ol the press, will be bound to ren- ' der a vote of thanks to the old Captain, a copy of which should be sent to the Board of Assistant Aldermen, to change their opinion as to the odd five dollars in dispute between them and the Beard of Aldermen. Circuit Court. Before Judge Kent. Jtv. il?Thornt vs. Montr. -This case was continued from yesterday. The course ofthe examination to day was principally on the part of plaintiff, who produced several witnesses, to shaw that neither the filling up ofthe check, or (he signature, in any way rescmbledhis handwriting. The sister, Phoebe Thorne, a Miss Uemston, and Adam Mott, the farm steward of the plaintiff, were seve rally examined as to the whereabouts of the plaintiff on the day on which the check was passed hy the alleged [ Captain Waite, and so satisfactory was the evidence, in showing that the plaintiff was on his farm at the lime that the counsel for the defendant, stated in open Court, thai however, suspicion had previously rested on Mr. Thorne, the testimony adduced to-day, lemoved every trace of the suspicion, and he gladly proclaimed the innocence of Mr. Thorne. He then renewed the application for a nonsuit on the same grounds as before, but tho Court refused, and the caae went to the jury, who will return a sealed verdict in the morning. Vnr t.lninlill Duvid (Graham Pan. km defendant \tr Oerard. Common Plena. Before Judge Inglis Jas 31 ? George 4' K. L. Lurid v? Thuma* Downing. ThlA was 1111 nrtion to recover rent. The plaintiff* are the owner* of the premiaes, No. Afls Broadway, the callarol which had been rented to the defendant, whole oyster stews and Woodcock have rendered him immortal in the j community of New Vork. He denies the right to recover, inaamuch as the premise* were occupied by hia brother, by and with the concent of the plaintiff, and consequently no action can lie against the present defendant. The que* tion for the jury to decide wan, whether they believed the plaintiffs had consentingly allowed the transfer. The jury had not agreed when the court adjourned. Before Judge Ingraham. John Porltr vs. Char In ff Allien?This was *n action ol replevin to recover the possession of a cab which had lieen purchased by the defendant at a sheriff's sale It appeal ed that the cab was once the property of Josiali Porter, and that he made over a lot of horses and cabs to the plaintiff by a bill of sale for a valuable consideration The cab in question was in the hands of Josiah, who used it as the servant of his brother, and a judgment being issued by the Marine < ourt against Josiah, the cab in question was seized and sold by the sheriff to the defendant in this suit. The case went to' the jury under the charge of the court, and a sealed verdict will be rendered in the morning Court Calender. Ciki uit f'oukt?Nos. of, (13, 6m, 4*j, 47 , 33, 34, 3A, 441, 23, 8, o7, -Iff, 77, 38, 64, 06, '10, 63, 8, 311, 38, 1, 30. (JaMMoa I'li as--Part 1st No*. II, 70, S3, 43, S, 33, 37, 83, 41, 41, 4S, 49; A4, dt, til, 63, 71, 78, 83 Part 3Nos. 6*, HO, 8|, 88. Hoi satohic J<aii.koai>.? Una road is a uumi ollennivc nuisance, anil ought to hp indicted aa auch. There i* no aort of dependence to le made on It whatever ; in tlii* respect it i* even worie then the weather, fur almanac maker* pretend to foretell it by iignv and w on derawhen it u going to rain, ihine or anow , tint we ima ginc it would lie troubleaome to find a man, woman or child who could make any kind of calcnlatien a* to tin1 time when the train from New \ork arrive* He could, with more certainty gueaa at who atrurlc Billy Pateraun, or wlie throwed that cabbage To-night it may arrive at Wo'clock, to-morrew morning between I and d n'rlock, and next day perhapa not at all. It with to i ? reach New York for certain, they had better "foot it," , than depend on the Hoiiaatomc It ii vafei altogatiier. .'/Mirny yapri NkwStka*kr Kmi-irk ? < >ur Cleveland corn jiondent epoke in genernl terms <>l tins mammoth nont building there. In Wfyinndiy^ H^rilil w? (ItM h?*i j dimenaiona. iter keel ia 164feet long f>n deck ahc will he Mb feet, with a dining room on the hurricane <lis t, two hundred feet long, on each aide ol which will )m apacioua atntc rooma furniaiied in conformity with tin ' naual atyle which charactcriaea work on lake trainers She il to have a powerful engine and wheel* 30 b et in Hi ameter, with 19 feet bucket* The I at Atiguat next i named aa the aerioil of her advent Uujtaln.lj, LD. Frtee Two l ent*. State or the Weather?\1aii.s for Ei-rop* in Ki.skwhekk, ?Thin i& 1110*1 ex.rHordinary father : north of Washington everythinR i* frozen i, and the mercury down to zero; south of that ty, houses, fences, crops, Acc., are floating offin e freshets, with buds blossoming, and birdaaingK on the highest hills. Verilv America is blessed itit all sorts of a climate. The-cold continues in this city and all around ua. ;>ng Island Sound, the rivers, and all navigable reams, are solid witb tee. Communication by titer to every place east of this is completely ocked up. Two or tbree boats attempted to get it yesterday ; the Mohegan started for Stonington ith the newspaper mails lor the Britannia, and iout a hundred passengers, but she was forced to turn after reaching Throe's Neck, and smashing parlv all the buckets on her wheels. She went trough newly made ice ot live inches in thickness, lie Mutual Safety left for Bridgeport, and she met rtth the same fate ; she also returned. Captain danchester and Mate Crowley, who were saved i lien the Lexington was hurned, had charge ot lie Mohegan; two better otficers never commanded vessel. Owing to the impossibility of getting to Boston, s'ew Haven. Bridgeport, Sic., in any other way, tages have been put on the line, as of old, to run hrougli by bind. Two, filled with passengers at our dollars it head, started last evening lor Bridgeort, and two or three more leave at eight o'clock his morning for New Haven, Arc. These arc thinly means of communication we now have with Jew Engluiid. Our last advices from New Or nris are to the ISth. Our dates from Lngland re to the 4th. This either shows that this ountry is mighty large, or that the Post Office Jepartnient is most shockingly managed ; the latter lappens to be the greater truth of the two, in this ase It vyns fortunate, with all these fuels, and icebergs overing the Sound, that the bulk of the mail from his city for Euro|>e went by land last Tuesday light. Adams At Co., the Post Office, and Harrilen A". Co., sent express coaches, with four horses ach, which doubtless reached Boston last night in inie for the Britannia, which leaves to-day for England, if the agent docs not detain her, as we iope lie will, till to-morrow;. With eleven mails lue from the south, containing thousands of letter* or Europe, and with mail hags in this city full of' etters and papers lor the same destination, w e Link that be w ill feel himself constrained to lay iver at least one day. If she sails to-day, however, vhat a disappointment it will lie to the whole meruntile community at the south as well as here ! The K. L. Stevens, I'roni Pierniont, with the N 1'ork and Erie railroad passengers of Monday, i* ast in the ice somewhere between the two points Die Utica, with Capt. Schultz on hoard, started 'esterdny mottling to break a way,if possible,to the {. L. Stevens. Passengers by the Erie raihoad on Ftiesday, got outut SufTein's, und proceeded tlo-nce )y wagons to Puterson, fourteen miles, when they ook the railroad to Jersey City. The Salem, Mass., Advertiser suysthat the Sa em harbor is frozen up, so as to prevent vessel* from coming in or going out. The ice. it is said, -xletids us Inr as Baker's Island Portland hrrboi is frozen over, so that the people cross on the ice to and from Cane Elizabeth, which has not been the case before'for several years. All this ire and all these troubles prove two a demonstration, namely, that no steam mail ship connecting this country with Europe, ought to start from such an out-of-the-way place aa Boston ; and that all winter steamboats plying on our northern waters ought to lie propelled with the subinetg pd screw. Had the Mohegan and Mutual Safety tieen supplied with such means el propulsion, they would not have lost their wheel buckets and been compelled to return to New York. Canada.?Montreal papers of the 25th inst. have been received. We lire happy to say that the operation* on the Lachim f[anal, under Sir. Brennan's contract, have been commenced. We understand also that the pay ment of the illtemnity to the hubilant of lieauharnoi* for the damage lone to their farms by the lteauharnoi* I anal, ha* been commenced. Mimtrful Uazetlr, Jan. 36. Mr. Uuch&nun, of Niagara, lately ller British Majesty's Consul at New York, has addressed a lettei to hi* connryinen at work on the Welland l anal, proposing to meat live married mem and five single men as Delegates fiom the Cork men, at 10 o'clock on the 18th inst. at I'ott Ho hinson, and an equal number as delegates from the I on naught men at Thorold, at 1 o'clock, with a view to endeavor to reconcile the division* between the two factions Montreal Herald, Jan. 2,'j. jgpL FOR SALK?The I'rge and spacious Dwelling ttTTw Hnuir nml lot of ground, by the subscriber, No 7:fl Broad v. ay corner ot Astor Piece. The hoiier is 40 feet 10 niche* front on Broadway , 62 feet G lucliri wide in the leer, mid ,' i le t 6 inches tbep exclusive of * covered titllerv in the rerr, 8 teet deep end extruding the wl ole breadth of tin* house 'I'h'r ere lour roxint on the lint floor, with en extender lull, I one pantries rlo'el?, (lie. The second store contain five Urge rooms, witli a laigehall store rooms, dressing looms, liantriei, Ike. The third or attic story is denied into live 'argr rooics, wilh fre places, store rcoins, lie Th? baserreiit floor cr nlanti six rooms, wilh a bath room end ntlier eouessnriices The under cellar is ( f?et high, and is divided into aparimrnts To coal, vegetables, winss, Re. It IS helievrd that the house is one of the herl planned and t ost comf'ortabr hi Ih-* city. It may be seen letwe-n the lours of II anil 2 o'clock. Kor further particulars apply to K. B. Cuttii g, No. 'jH Wall .tret, or to O. CUTTING, j 10 2w* rrc 7?? Bmadwav. a TO LK.T?From the first #f February uext. that valuable stand, the 1 a'l Road Depot Hotel, at York ville, come'of 86 street aud tth avenue, with bar and har-ttitures complete. Apply on ihe pieu.uea, or to j27 6i*rc tll.O. NOWLAN. Prosiect Hall. CTIOKS, CHAMIIKIIM AIDS, Nt'HHhS, HKA M I' S I Kl-.HSKH. and tiiils for houaewor?. Also, coachmen groarns, waiters, porters, mechanics, mid men lor any ens; loy ment, with unexceptionable recommendations lor honesty, in dustiy, sobriety. Ike . st. HENDERSON'S Orisinal Trmjenuice ? flice, 77 Nasssa, near Ji his sireei Helerences?Hon M. Van Buren, Hon. B F. Butor, !< ?. F. M. Johnson. Hector. N. B ?Terms?Annual subscriber*one dollar, quarterly lif-y sent*. JJ 6weod*e< GENUINE TEAS," WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. THE CANTON TEA COMPANY, Principal Stair, 121 Chatham ttrctl, Sua York liraneh Store, 318 lllctckir at, JV. Y. .Igency at II# Fulton itfet, llrookyn. corner oj Mum ami Fan 1 Ionian it, Pahrion, AT. J INVITE TI1K ATTENTION OK I ITY AND COUN 1- TRY families and purchase s to their several establish nteuts, where they think will Ins found hy la- lite lust > lection of pure and unadulterated T<as in the United Statrn. The universal pninslarity and renown ol their house, wilh ref, rence to high qn -litiea low puces and upright dealing, is loo well understood to render further ci minvnt nrcessai y. Original and only It r 'he sale of tlowqun's Black Ten Oh?erve--Stiaugerswill he particular to remember the cum rol the store in I tuttliaia atreet.vix: "121,'' between I'enrl and Roosevelt stri els The public wilalaole- pie.used to Uk* notice, tin' lbs ( an en Tea Company have nothing to do ?iih an y > ther stores whatever, evcrpt those deacrrlied at tile top of this adverlis aiert. jla lm?ic SALT FISH STOKE IIWI I5BLS HALIFAX No. I HAL.- < N; IT \'r- 1,1 Ihjyj -J Mackerel; 00b half do, do ilo do 1(10 hi-Is No. f .Mesa Hh.-.d. 50 ImT t>bla No I Haybronk Shad, 300 bblt Cod |rd Seal* Kiili; I'lO do No. I Oib'd Herring; l.VKi hi ?ea S?alcd do 1000 lbs Smoked Aalmon; 300 Ic itj? Motived Salmon; ?00 do Sou mil unit Tongue*; ' WO r)uinu)a< odfiib, tunable for >1 i) piny 1000 1.K ka A nhoii'a Sil ; 200 bhla American Salt, fcr. Jar. AH for a.ile in b ta foauit porrho?*ra by ill ttn r?: NKIiBON, VVKLLU ai M?. 91 |>. v streei KNUL18H ADVfciKTJSEMEVI I ONDON-ST KATHARINE HOTKL, opposite OiAt. Katharinf'i Dork (Jafea, and #e r tlit Royal Mint.? I'lIOMAA LKNNKY. hi thirl Steward ofthe Bntiah tiarun Stenmalnp, rra|*eccfullv informs hia friend* in the Unit* d At*t et, that he hia? thr mannicment of theabwer iirw audelefnnt establish ent, which n built and furnished e*r?|<f a of expense, and la in ev?ry m?pect adiiued for the wpi on of I mil tea and emllemra fmitiuu Rutland ni lb* In *! fronts thnt part of theuo< k in winch tin* liners and most o| ?hc ntfci" American vessel* lay, and la within f.v iruumea v.alk of th Buik and lloyal Kirhaoif The home will ! conducted no liberal *nd economical principles The ('olh Room i? ?uppti* i with thr l^oitdon, American, f-aat Indiau and Colonial piper*. Thr Viand*. Wine*. 8ti aie of the fir*t ijuali y A good Billiard lb torn and Warm Baths will b found in the hortae Hemb m*n may contract by the week or month lor hoard, lie on the iime terms aa in Americ i T LKNNKY lie* to <n?u. tho*< who way honor him with their patronage f|, r nothing *hi'l Ire wnitinS to render them comfortable, aud hv attention t > the wiiiw of Tiia tuests, hope* to merit that confidence ami * >od will ?o iiberilty heatowrd on him when atewaidof thr flrtttah tpin-n dlfr WATCHES?CLOCKS?LAMPS < HAN(JK OK RESIDENCE yi< roil oiKoui), ?..i i i... k \i i.? * ihr hnun of < |iri*in? In* fro nil* rid thr i nblil: hut ho in* * othlinliril hi* thow room* \iid woik iliop* i No. IM Broadway lli- *i I hair cnn?i mtl < r *i> p m<?t vim *??<n unrru of L.?|lur nnd lalrnt l.rurr Vk ichn, mid a o* ?i londiil ranm ?f( lock*. KoI'l ?|li nr.- th? iiu ilitn-* of both will Ij* unmfmniril. Tho model* will ti <ilili? IIIIKI r*rr, rch, *n>l modern tenfrntion Hi* 'i'fmilion will i* hernol'or?, I<] > ro d o 'ho repair ar. d rtful itioo if i lorb* and Wete'ie* i <o of Laii |>? 'rr inur*'<> ler it< Irom I'm.n t!.? *. : h oi'ifal and |*t -. r?fi M* lineal l.i 11>?, myelin f w ith everv i>_? m He Mill T r b- miy *11 <m I iy ill lii* i*? oi i I of thi? iplmillii lump Irnrr. iiplhunr lo ilo ii'.ul :i i < n f to de?|ie. For ( e rt pair of tl e V eihoniil L i be In* I ? tallli* ??i, a* thorr, ir..irm? aad tiiiiinct worbihyp VI w ik oonded <> turn, III ior varion* departments of lo- I , v- ill l> teen lm? in I lu noil superior manner ml .*t tin* ino?t <n derm* prion >11 liitooo'rt

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