Newspaper of The New York Herald, November 25, 1855, Page 4

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated November 25, 1855 Page 4
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NEW YORK HERALD. JA01I 0OWOOH BKVUKTT, raoPFumm and turma rfiti n. a oohnkb or mmtv and mtos are. (?laaut XX Wo. 35Jfl mrpk-mcTTn rum kvimsj. IIOtftAV TH* vTHtf, Uroadwaj?Aduiik.m tde Ac BID-'KO tCUiKIX AJWfHy TH? ? rRE Howe" Fix ProHlCA or CllIKB? lit *rrtH thb Wsnnmo?r??n>mi Frolic. HJITOVe rniiiTRK (llBmiMn atrnn l,nTnT?mw?l ?To Al?u t.I'ARUIAit* Tuii.umi tiie l.iou.-. WALLai'K'H THRaTRR. AnButWRT- Rclb A Win i?D (in a Wick?Rlbttv or HcsuflM. fBOM MINSTHEljb m oread**??Bnnonax Paa KCU. ?IX'KT FY'S OPI7RA FTOT7HI, 839 ft road rflg,-till?:XeUU( OrXXA AND NE, Ru MlMSTialXT. AAIINI [I AI J., Mi rocn or Rcticra- NlEOl w iRBAMiiri'I. >?* V?rk, Sal a rtlajr, Tarrmlwr 11, IMS. The Nrw?. The Canada's malls reached this city from Ronton iaet evening Oar European flies do not contain any news of later dote than that telegraphed from Hali'ax, and already published. Oar extracts from (be London journal* furnish a variety of explana tions with rtgftid to the rise and progress of t!ie war ?xeitencent in England, whilst they plainly Indicate to rapid decline. The reasons for the threatened Mptorc of the friendly relations oxi-iing between Mreat Rritiiiu and Spain are uiso given, with an toportaut article on the present contracted state of the supply of gold and corn in Europe. Tbn case of Thomas Carlin, deputy Sheriff, Iteing a charge of tual easuuee in othe'e, growing out of an Alleged ueg'eot of daty, was tried iu the Court of General Bea-ions yesterday before Recorder Smith At tl.e conclusion of the evidence, a report of which we publish, the jury, after a brief absenoe, returned ? rerdic t of guilty, coupled with a recommendation I* the Court to exercise its mercy towards the de fendant. The maximum of punishment for this ?flfenc.c is one year's imprisonment and a fine of *60. The body of Mr. Edward Neville, proprietor of the Kings Coanty Hotel, Williamsburg, who dis appeared mysteriously from his premises on the eight of the 8th or morning of the 9th inst., was band yesterday in the water at Gowantu, near Greenwood Cemetery. Although much mutilated. It wa? easily identified by his friends. The conjec tures with regard to the maimer by which Mr. tfeville came to his untimely end are numerous and conflicting. Ity some it is believed that he was led by the pressure of pecuniary embarrass ments to commit self-destruction. Others are of opinion that he was brutally murdered. The tone of Lis disappearance?between one and two ?'clock in the morning?the retired location ot one portion of his stables, which it is said he was in the habit of inspecting personally before going to bed, toe fart of bis usually carrying a large sum of money ?n his person, arid that but a trifle was found 011 his tody when recovered, certainly favors the idea that he was foully dealt with. However, n Coroner's j. - tj has ulicady been empanelled, and the facts will a# doubt be rigorously investigated. We give a toll account of all that bus transpired thus l'ar in Mgaid to this mysterious ailair in another column. Many erroueous reports and apprehensions hav ing been circulated respecting the continuance of yellow fever at Norfolk aud Portsmonth, wo are pleased to have the opportunity of quieting them Ay referring our renders to the official letters of the Mayors of those cities, published in our columns to-day. We learn from the official report of the City In spector that there weic but fi/iO d'iaMis in this city during the past week, via.:?67 men, 07 women, 119 hoys and 107 girls. This exhibits a slight increase ?nthe mortality of the week previous. There were 6 deaths of apoplexy, 7 of bronchitis, 40 of eouaump ton, 24 of inflammation of the lungs, 13 of conges." Mob of the Irani, 5 of diarrhoea, 18 of dropsy in the head, 4 of dysentery, 12 of typhus fever, 6 of heart disease, 4 of Inflammation of toe brain. 4 of pulsy, 54 of convulsions (infantile) IB of croup, 7 of debility (infantile), 25 of ?oarlct fever, 6 of hooping cough, and 17 of n&rasmua (infantile). Then were also 2 pretr.a twre births, 9 deaths from violent causes, and 54 Bases of stillborn. The following is the classifica tion of the diseases:?Bones, joints, Ac., 5; brain and nerves, 91; generative organs, 3; heart and Wood vessels, 12; lungs, throat, Ac.. 102; skin, Ac., and eruptive rcvers, 30; stillborn and premature bhrtlia, 36; stomach, bowels, nml other digestive or gans. 42; uncertain seat and general lovers, 25; uri B*ry organs, 3; old age, 1. The nativity table gives 341 natives of the United .State* .52 of Ireland, 31 ?f Germany and 7 o1 England. Dealers in cottonjyesterday were waiting the re eeipt of private advices by the Canada before doir.g much. The sales were confined to 5'H> a 600 bales, at about 9jc. for middling Uplands. Flour war lew active, uud common State brands were slightly Basicr. Wheat continued firm, with moderate transactions. Indian corn was ngnin firmer, and Boles were made of fair to prime Western mixed at prices ranging from $1 05 a *1 o*. /{ye sold at $1 26 to 11 27. Fork and bi ef cautioned heavy. There was an increased activity in coffee, owing to the favorable reports from Europe by the Canada, at Boston, and ?alrr of Rio were freely made at about 4c. advance. Sugars wore firm, bat quiet Preigbts were steady bnt engagements were light. The clipper ship Fl)ing Hcu.l was chartered for Marseilles to load with grain at 3.5c. Mr. Wise Getting At futiosate Towards MansAi'iii'BBTTs.?In one of the late letters of Mr. Wise he was ready to fight the people of Massachusetts without much ceremony; but in kis last, in reply to an application from the Boston Mcrcnntilo Library Association, to lec ture for them, he breaks forth into the follow-" log irresistible strain of affection, lie is re gretting that he can't go t Hear him :? I sincerely regret this the mere b*e?u-< 1 hue never yet net my Lot <>n Uie b?l?.sv.t H..I1 "f th*'. p .11. i, of my ?onatry railed New 1 rglnud. This he* ant Wn o-rini; to any AnUgoni in < n uiy part toward that f?r jt?* ??<? Uon. MasHaehuacttj", c*i erir.lly, 1 hare l> w taught to venerate ami cherish as tl.e clier sister of Virginia. Wheu i reflect upun their attitudes auri retftiiou* in the darkness 1 01! gloom of tlie night of Revolution?when i listen to ibeir hails, sitter to sister?5 irglnls to Mama ehussiu, Mas-?chu?. its to Virgttii 1? n thu " iltnes which tried men's ?. ul, "?when 1 watch the. <1* Uii.u'ing on the heights of Boutin, nn<t r-t" Virginia ing f?rUi avt-ies the rtvers and over the land, by tlie see, leading her best Mov.Uson by the limnl, dtipi lag tlood and tears at every step there ?; <t U--V 1. uving hlrn thereon post to jfBard your very city. srf mr so the i*j; ifc ,*or?. evacuate ttl?and when 1 contrast ih.s picture with the pi ..sea1 srtntc of thii^s In 1 ir (? :>'e 'eraci which maf.s .?,? ware me ? that the feeling, of the pciplcpC eAu setts now*ro my state .re not u?aa ?- tob-gonlsm," 1 Kn.h 'fcrtb iu M.g >b. an I a i.: * h} U'" i.?c. si., f. . aoo j as ?arenocV Why ?ny ?teg'?Hiii tietw?. ilia-e, the le eatesl patriot Ntaso'of Hancock at. Wa-ht gionr May <Jod in hi- mercy and In love t,i , ? , > ? they ever he rernentcl in nr'on by the hi. <-i .: the i:?so iatior.' Atd when, ver an- the- night of ;1 >r.. . 1 i tri amph shall csuie may they ball and 'hecr ch '/he, on ?gain to victory, foi civil and rolt'.'io':' like ty. Jlf>RV A WHE. To CB'aira G. OiaW, an I ott ers, t'omm'tt.v What a funny fellow in this imc Mr. Wi c Shouldn't wonder if ho w/re next to on going to M iscochu-oi ? to stump ie .State. Hon. John Misat F.rrrr.+- -Hear H: h ron IIim Cavbc.? Head Mr. Bott> leit r 1. Via < gaper. He indignant: b.t we think be yti'ig.-a our Richmond c?.r: p..ndent rether too harehly. Wo can't imagine vitat fOkid eorrocpor.dent can pn?siMy have in fiiier?proeeoting the political noveroen'.* and ?Bifjetiow of Mr L'ott*. It Ih likely that the orrit?T coniplaintd of, ban been misled by do lugwiuy pciv/j aud hc dare euy he can make a auUnfuctory vaplauatioa j| K-lf defence. The Hml of William U. Seward. Tbe history of th? reuuolican party ought to teach Mr Seward what his fate aud that ol tun ?onntry will let should he ever succeed iu ne curing a triumph lor his pi inciples. Whoa the republican movement was first set on foot, William H. Seward occupied the undisputed position of chief of the anti-slavery party in ibis State; opposition to slavery and Seward bni were convertible terms. And though bis affiliations did not, strictly speaking, extend outside of tbe State of New York, yet still, as the anti-slavery party in the other States occu pied a comparatively obscure position, aud as New Ycrk was generally conceded to be tbe leading State in matters wherein Northern po licy was involved, Mr. Seward had come to be regarded as the uatural head of the extreme Northern taction, and their inevitable leader in case they were ever enabled to take tbe Held. The formation of the republican purty remov ed him from this prominence. By uniting the opponents of slavery in Massachusetts and Ohio with those of New York, he introduced a new set of leaders, rone of whom were willing to accept Mr. Seward* as their master. By .'using democrats and whigs, he brought to light a set of anti-slavery democrats, who made a fair partition ot power and influence the con dition of their alliance with the fag end of whiggery. The consequence was that the republican party was no sooner formed and consolidated by a victory or two, than a strife for leadership arose, in which it was soon apparent that Mr. Seward had no better claims to the leadership than Chase, of Ohio, or Sumner, of Massa chusetts, or Hale, of New Hampshire. It has so turned out?the republicans having over estimated their streugth, and the little agitation caused by the Nebraska law having laded away sooner than they expected ?that party has been soared internal dis putes in consequence of its integral failure. But had the anti slavery feeling been as strong uow as it was a year ago, a split among the republicans, with Seward at the head of one section and Chase at the head of another, would have been imminent, and the fiercest of all strifes would have been wuged between the two. The same thing will occur on a grander scale should Mr. Seward ever succeed iu be coming President or placing a creature of his own in the Presidential chair. Disunion would of course follow, and tbe South would at once require, for its own safety aud the preservation of its property, to make war upon the North. Slave property would not bo worth holding on tbe northern frontier of the Southern republic without some provision for tbe recapture of runaway slaves, which the South could not ex tort from the North except at the close of a suc cessful war. But, besides the South, the West would in all probability fall away. Diver gent aud hostile interests would spring up between Wisconsin and New York. Ohio would refuse to be governed by Massachusetts, and would, in virtue of its superior populitiou, insist upon claiming a preponderance in the councils of the Northern republic, which the smaller States would refuse to concede, '^o wisest thinkers who have written upon the United States have foretold a division between tbe West and the seaboard as oven more likely to occur than one between the North and the South. The rivalry that the experience of the republican party has shown us would spring up between the leaders ol a Northern republic, would be the entering wedge that would pro duce the split. In a few years, instead of one, wc might have four or five republics, all aui matcd by the bitterest feelings of animosity towards each other, and effectually neutraliz ing each other's progress. Wc might?indeed, it is rational to suppose we should repeat, for the benefit of the delighted monarch* of Eu rope?the shocking Ppectaclc which was pre sented in former times by the Grecian, more lately by the middle age Italian, and which is revived in our own day by the South and Cen tral American republics. Tin- Niw York Out ml Itullrotul IbVctUjio ling Committec. After a year of prodigious labor Ibo inves tigating committee have finally reported and brought foith?a mouse. They find, what no body doubted, that there has been no over issue of stock or bonds, and that the Treasurer's accounts arc correct. All the columns of his ledger are correctly footed, all the moneys he La paid out he can show vouchers for, and al though he has issued near forty millions ol stock and bonds, he has Issued no more than the law allowed. In short, the committee have come to the deliberate conclusion, nnd boldly and unhesitatingly declare thai, in their opin ion. the Treasurer of the gr *at "Central Rail road" is not a thief. It is as much as to say to the rest of the world, to all other corpora tions -Toilroad, bank, insurance, &c.?"show us, if you can, a man like this, a treasurer who has never, in the course of two whole years, either stolen your money or forged your secu lilies." Will it be contended now (now thai odc boned mau is discovered in the manage ment) that the pure and spotless " great Cen tral RRilroad shall open its books to second the gambling transactions of Wail street?'' Shall it* bright honor lie tarnished, and Us dignity compromised, by allowing itself to ap pear on the New York Stock Exchange in com pany with stock- like United States G'-. New York und Vcnr.-ylvuula D>,and other sueh tiasli? , l'?ut although the committee report the ftea ruror all right, they ec< rr.ed to have deemed it prudent to r< move all temptation as fur a-- pos sible ot^t ol hi* v ay for t'uc future, hy gathering t'other nil the loose blanks left over, ami bum ingtheiunp. This ratlu rdetractsfrom the other wise "first rah notice" of our worthy Trru irer. 11 t,d we been on the committee wc shoald have opposed that. Not so much from the fuct that lie could get as runny inoro printed he liked, precisely similar, at lour dollars a r?nm, but because we really nnd truly believe that Mr. Pruyn is neither n thief nor a forger. Wo go further Wc believe him to be not only an ho nest man, hut a very efficient and obliging offi cer. It is strange that this sagacious commit tee, after burning up all Mr. 1'ruyn's blanks, did not go a step lurtlier and destroy nil the pi in ting material in the country. Such a "thick and guard" as that would liulj have rendered it "ulnm-l impossible that an orer ,-Mie of stock should be made without its being imuiedlately exposed aud corrected." Why the Central management should be so execs givdy cautious, aud so much more supicious of their suboi din ate* than other companies, wedo not quite uudei t?uid. Is it the consciousness of their own conuption that leads them to treat the rest of the world as thieves and robbers? The committee dwell with great force and m nutt ness upon the discovery in the Treasu rer'* accounts of an error of twen'y oeuti Tley trace it clearly and conclusive from the ehonldtrn of the Treasurer to a hank (whether the President's Central deposit bank at Alba ny, or Central deposit t)arik flt HnHalo, they do t ot ttute); and they prove, as far as circum stantial evidence can let supnosed to prove anything, that the fault was not the Treasu rtr'x. Probably tlmy are corsect. At all events, upon this great point we shall give the compa ny the bent-lit of our doubts uutil further aud more direct evidence is product d. It is upon these two pnluts that the report of tbite wonderful committee almost exclusively rests. There has been no over issue of stock or bonds, and the accounts of the Treasurer, barr ing the twenty cents, arc correct. Wonderful i IVus there a solitary man in the whole country that suspected or dreamed of a different state ofthiDgs? We never heard of one. ltwvs well enough, if the officers of the company could not be trusted to oversee these matters, to call in outsiders to sec that ull was straight, but that such a report?a certificate of the Treasurer's honesty?should be published iu pamphlet form, and scattered by tbousuud* over the land, accompanied by a grand flourish of trumpets from all the Albany papsrs and all their little sattelites throughout the State, is, to say the least, supremely ridiculous. Put while the public feel no auxiety upon these points, there are others?matters of grave aud serious import?upon which they are justly alarmi d. It is charged that the whole history of the company's operations, from the initiatory conFoiidation steps down to the present day, has been one scene of plunder 03 a grand scale, by certain parties in and about Albany. Thai the consolidation was brought about by means of an extensive system of bribery ami cor ruption, in which the Albany papers?the present defenders and gloritlersof the concern ?wore large participants. That the editor oi one of those journals, for instance, as a portiou of his share of the spoils, had a " call for 1,000 shoves of the consolidated stock at pur," and $12,000 of job printing the first three mouths after the consolidation pipers were sigucd. That another individual, by his monopoly of its hardware trade, banking on its money, purchasing its iron, rolling its iron, manufacturing its axles, etc., clears annually from $150,000 to $200,000; and that other officers of the company nro dealiug in elevators, depot grounds, etc., as they find opportunity, sometimes to the tuue ol $00,000 on a single job. That the more virtuous portion of the direction is over ruled and their wishes set at defiance, even sometimes when in a majority, by the oversua dowing and all-controlling powers at Albany. That the Central IIlilroad is a political machine, corrupting and controlling the Legislature, and fast becoming as poteut in our State as the Camden and Auiboy monopoly is iu New Jer soy. That its money and influence are used without stint in the most unlawful aud abomi nable rnanucr. That its management is hostile to the Slate canals, detrimental to public morals, and towards the mass of stockholder.-, deceitful and injurious. We might specify n | thousand other abomiuations charged upou ! this concern?we have in fact done so, to a gieat extent, in another department of the pa per?any one of which might well have engaged the attention of this august ?' investi gating" committee. New Scheme of Commercial Intercourse Hkiwocv the United States ano Africa.?in another column will be found an interesting letter lrom Thomas N. Carr, Esq., late United Slates Consul at Morocco, to George Law, ou the commerce and resources of Africa, aad on the advantages to be derived from them to this country. The writer shows, from the re turns of British commerce fn that quarter south of the equator, that in 1819 the English merchandise lauded npou that part of the coast of Africa amounted to seven millions of dollars, and was there sold or exchanged for eight millions of dollars worth of the mod valuable aud saleable productions of the coun try. This was exclusive of the trade with tbe north and northwestern coasts, w.iich alto gother amounted to at least thirty millions of dollars?to say nothing of the illicit traffic carried on wherever their ships have access. ' end the value of which maybe estimated at double those turns. Mr. Carr is satisfied thai we may come iu for our full 6hnrt> of those advantages, provided wo go the right way about it. Tho plan which he suggests is the establishment of a line of steamers, which, with its branches, shall traverse the seas upon the western coast of Africa nnd penetrate the whole length of the Mediterranean. The uses to which these steamers can be profitably put are, the transportation of free negroes from the United States to Liberia; the carrying of tho hiails; the transportation of merchandise; the conveyuncc of pilgrims to aud back from Mecca; the certain and expeditious transpor tation of the fruits and other perishable pro ducts of the Mediterranean; and the affordiog of greater facilities topugdcngcra froin central Europe to America, whose expenses of travel would be greatly diminished by embarking at the south of Trance in tead of tbe usual west cm ports. Mr. Carr state* that, this project has received the Function of eercral of our most em'nent Ftntcmen and merchant*, and that It new only vnnt* tbe Fupport of tbe general government to be rocco -fully carried out. Mc have no doubt that the facts set forth in his communication w ill nrouse tho attention of the public to tho subject, and cause it to be earnestly preened upon the consideration of Con grew. Ltv.ukatKinai Li'iiu.-. ? If any well in four.-d person were ahkod what book is looked for at this moment by the American people with the most interest, the answer would j.roba bly be, the new volumes of Mucaulay's UUtory oi England. The frnue ol the uiau, the succc** ot the foiiucr volume* of the vvoik, the high expectations that have been rai-?.d, are uuro to moke the appearance of the new volumes a I marked event. i On the other hand, if any opiuiou can bo formed from the tone of tbe British press, nod the advertisements which ure to be found in the leading jourual* ol London, the work they arc awaiting there with moat anxiety is I'reAcott's Hietory of tL. of I'tulip the Second, of Sfpuln. jiolh works,as it appears, are te be published Fimullantcuidy iu America and England. Iu the alienee of an international copyright law. these two dhtlnguiabed men will be deprived of a to which they are morally entitled. 1 f Macau Is j > history 'ucv uc da In re, half a do/on fiettj publishers will be sore to publish it with out pnjiDg a cent to toe author, aod if Pre*cott in favorably received in England, his Philip the Second will be pirated iu like ui tuner and at ? <)Utt I degree. There is no help for it; they are fair game. If they were shoemaker* or butters I be law would protect them fiom robber?; they are only men ot genius, and they are nulla vs. Were it not for the reflections to which this vitw of the subject gives rise, it would be a uiuUcrof congratulation to see this tendency towards fusion in the republic of lettera The wider tbe audience of a writer is extended, and tbe more intellect is centralized, the nobler and greater are sure to tie bis etforts and its product. Success in America is already no rinull consideration to British writers. As tbe circle of book readers is exteuded the political divisions between the two countries, and even the ocean itself, will not hinder the fusion of the literary minds of both iuto one barinonious republic. Stcuniahlpa to CarUoiftioi, Sew Grenada. The New ?lrena'1a Canal i?n<t flteam N-tvigttl-ro Con rany htivu ourcba?ed the a cam?hip O-pey. We call at tention to the advertisement in our cnl iccns the par ticulars oilier first v-iyage. Ilia said tuat the buslnea* i f the c "iu|.any an the canal and river da nan la ttai step. Itia abo leported that the cmnpuuy, in the event of the Bute n'-rtval of the two stiiamers now building by them en tho Mugdalena river, will be'oompellfd to pat on or e or two mere veaeula lu the trade betsreu this city enil Garth- gona. This new oteamshiu line l-t of the ttr-t importance lu the merchants of our city. Itopena a no# Bold ifipe-athms. create-* frtcii ilemm-l-i whi-h they will be railed ups-n to supply and hence add* to our commer cial wealth. Tho aommerce rf the Mtgdalonr la alreily yinily taenty millions of d-ll&rs In value, c?n*Uttag of such articled an sugar, tobacco, hides, iniigo, dye stulfs of all kind*, quinine, and in fact, of all tie most vain able etaplre of trade. A largo portion of this tra-le hvi heretofore p< ny to England; but now that this company hold a connected line of transportation trosa this ci'y through the whole of il is fertile and prolific Wiley to the head waters of tho Ifagdaleua. at Honda, the gcvavcr p*it of the trado will cotno to this city. Greater importance ?ti l is added to this by the fact that by owr tog tbe eaual which unites tbe navigation of the river with the harbor at Garthegeoa, tl>o company mast command the rich t:a''e uf the valley. We published a few 'ays since a letter from tho Ameri cen Consul, now at Cart.bagenn, In which mention I* made of this rignillcant (act in a manner which doomed to in.ll eato that Its truth is so universally acknowle lgei that H might he regarded as a settled thing. It Is proper also to state that there i* now s tit down 1 his rlvor about six millions of g-dd dust, which now goes to England. It seems to us thst the c-Tect of this line of Tassels will bo to bilng bis dust to New Voik city instead of Europe. It is quite evident that it must follow tho o-dinary chin

mid of trade, and be subject to Its laws. Another pru uiiso quite as Battering, is the rapid derolopeineut of the roineiol resources cf the tributaries of >hc Msg-lalcna river. Tlio cenncetlon of this valloy by steam with tho cily of New York will neccr?arily throw our adventu rous people uptn it. and we have a right to calculate on a libt al augmentation cf the snin now produced. The Conca, Ru Negro, ileal, src., Ac., are known to be rich In gold wa?lilngs; and when brought by our steam ships and steamboats to wltliln fifteen Jtyc of Wall street, we have every rensor to tkInk that tlie animal product will l-e largely increased. We shall watch the movements in tbil ui-action with no ordinary solicitude lor the fulfil ment of its high promises. We will not undertake, how ever, to speculate regarding the iuture, as it ii Car bolter to draw conclusions from oeeurrontoj which have already taken place than to anticipate. Marine AffulrSt lhe steamship Oi-proy, ('attain Hopkins, f..r the New Grenada Stiam Company, sailed from Philadelphia on 1'iloay, at halt past 3 o'clock P. V., for New York, where she vill rocid'.o her outfit, stoves, Ac., preparatory to lier railing for her de*''.nation. Her owners intend to run her on the Mag-lalona river. The beautiful steamship Quaker City, which recently plied between 1 hiladtlpiiU and r'avsnoah, bus been pur chased by n commercial hon-o In Mobile, for $160,000, and la to run as a regular pocket between that city and New York, under the command ot Captain -Shuft-ldt. Both tho ab..\ e sti-amcrs are built of th ? best materials, and tbilr accominodaiions anil sailing qualities arc of the highest ordsr. Their departure from I'blla-le'phla Is ni'.ch regTetted, The Uvla'han -teamor ealleil the Cornelius Yauderbilt, (heretofore known as tho New York.) now building at J. blmonson'S chip yard at (jrcenpolnt, Brooklyn, L. I., for C. \ ant'erbUt's European lino, will be ready for laurcii lz>(r in about two we,-Vs. The public, and tho?e Inter"ited mthi- line of buoioev. are rerjieetfully invited to inspect her while on the stocks. The Rockland G(u iti! says that an attempt In to be made at tho coming sOsbIoa of Congress to secure an ap propjistiun for a breakwater in Rockland harbor, to pro tcct tho wbarvoe and shipping fiom tho effects of casmrly stuims, which often cause ranch damage. It tinvirg been contemplated to effect a change In seine of the lights on the coast of Maine, several of the Maine end ft. dohn papers have thought | ->per to oppose ii on the ground that it will be of no advantage, but, on tho c ntrary, may mi-lend mariners, and possibly may h the cau-c of tliipwrcek . Tie Eastport .Vs'tbi.V -sys, among other thing* It has boon state^ to us by some of our most exp lieiicid shipmasters and pilots (hut tbeie i- -l inger tint the proposed changes In the cliaiacter of :1m bglits-<ti our coast nsy, In - ne or two ins-anone, tuin nut u it to be in-j-rov, menu, but, on .he contrary, bo an actual in jury, and have a tendency to mislead the mariner. II is said ihat the new "Hash light" in lot appearance, a? seen in thick weather, resembles ro much u' - volvirg light'' that they would l)? mi,-taken for each ether, and therefore should not be placed near together. Two in stances are mentioned, on the coast of Vaiae, where the pilot- think the propo-0-1 change will be su iqjury:? First, Cope EHrnbeth light is to be made a flash light, ii is about nine miles from Wood Island light, wliicu is re volvli-g. If, by the ,-ir.illaxity. a pilot should mistake one tor the other, 'lis effect might b? db-ip-trous. Sccatid Icllt kfensn light is to be mud - ; Ihi-h light. It is ssbl thi- is ;-o ne?r lhe i. voiving light on Moo-cpec i that it will be mistaken for It. Die -tenm-bip Knox- ilfo, Cr?pt. I-'i-Uow, from Savannah, snd the James tdger, Ca:-f. Turner, from ( fui'le-ton ar rived al an eurly hour yesterday morning. Die pursers of each will j.h?-e accept our thr.nk for ;>a| ers. Pi ffnaors.?The schooner ICuJora, from this port bound last, hss been ly ing anchored for the last four "r fve di.y- between Cily snd Hart I Und? above Rurl gate. last n'ght -he was discovered to be sunk, and th ? cook (s who came ashore from lier, on being quo tiouc.1. could only stuto tliat the captain and mate had kfltliove '-el pievlously. lie b-ing doubled, was de tsimd. lli- ch-thes were 1-looi'y, an-l in his po?k?l- were found three pockelbook- containing $70 or ?>MI. If Is 'upprsrrt lie had murdereil lhe captain and rukto f- r ih purpose of iobbcry. atel then scuUlr-d the Vf-oh lhe schooner lies in about six or teven feet a' low water. b'uir (lr-'UITii ? Cept. J -nes. if the ildp at>11 ??-?? at I.ot-den from kii-lbourne. has made the (bUowing -tat n int in relati- u lo tl.e l--?s of the ship fie patra, the riiwif which a-ilvr-1 at llio 'si.sfro the kst w . in iictols-r ? fin HentemVer ?<?. shout n-son when in kt. 2: ' <> r , i Ion. ffl SO H., shortened mil about mile-fron s ' .-tiar-gf sail. Qn appioarhlng lier could net "0 any o- - shout 'he ditlcs: the ysids wers knocking about, an-'. u? ouo was at tl-i-heln-. At 1.110 I*. k. ti-i la.l--sl . vf-i-d sb-at, i-nd Captain Jones loarded hir and found her a'-end--Tied ?nu In * sinking state, the *?tc w:w-!u?g ot< i In r-tsrbi?: d loil. Psuad hrr to be the Cl? , cf 1'oft- ii. I . f 1 rden wl>h gn?!,o. Thet.'w?" a leak ta ti-c foiehcld. wbifh va* t> Hot opto b'tweeod-elu, ourt is) Idly incn-a !nv. an i shout two fos-t ?-twseu di rh* on the ateiboard st- -?. Tl>e crew had evidently 1v--n b-at ing grf.t -, oSJ-t - tl-?- of nsigo out of the fo>?shoId. and -1 r..-* : ? tr. th-- m*ia hatch Kouo-l four pigt sllve on Ix ruU, ?nd the shir l td all th? ap'-e-?-in-e uf naviua only I-eon re--eu11y' nbao-'.onol. Tlio hrols were ' alt goti". ard sU th?- smsll spars u.-f-1, t' w.i> 'h n <ht In 1 f-.Ton g a raft and'ackles on oueli ol ihc (ore au<: lun.n 1 ar-i< t? lift out the boats. (Vp'ain Jon ev i-ol s i t'M | cahlre, but rould *ot fin-t any papers ot b?sik?. cveei-4 j our, sppwr-n'.ly ti e m:itc'.-- at.,-,- to -k. on a lawfol wbi-L reoio mtrli? of the quantity ot water th- skip ra* > ra -h I doy. u orrine sod rtglif fh la-t entry bt-irg. " A'ignst 1 e. I'd Ir eke*." I>ft r-''ei niale earoe-il- r. soil *lv hatidl ? on Vsrd, who pot <?tl up h lhe ship, M.-' p-.t one purr? ( ?o w- rk?the otbci behigehoks ?in the hoj of 1 - -v - hi r Into BeMa. .-be had * considerable 11 t to ? farboero, and tli? atarl-owrd enrhor thrown Or? ui* d to i lighten her- llic vi-utl er boiog *|uslly, wi'h a heney j sea. It was dllfieult hi keen a biat with *sfe'y anvwhere ! near tl'o ship At fl !'. M. on tbe 'd'-ih. ordc.ed thu ? lands back -ui litard thi- RalUra* and lay by the Amert j can ?hlp wl'h 'U" Intent! n of reinaining until dry light, i n lb( itfth, al 1 A. If.. Ui ? rie -joilia was s mile from lhe lisllarl* At 1 .'0. w'.'h iwry bills ?jruiiig. -?h) went down lieailforemoat. The Tal'srst stood t-- winl waid of her ,ir.'ll ilaylighl, hut oooki rot saw SiTtl-iog i.elcrgli.g to h*j; and ?t A if. the It iUn i it eoutiauou the vry tpe'? r ngti-nd Dis Ct-> ps'ra np| ?srw| a U-./e I dp <1 I- fii-r I '.Off au-1 V 00 (- u*. tB? LAT K8T fllfiWo, BY ELECTRIC AND fHINHNfi ("ELEtHAPHI. Interesting from Wmhl .qt;?u. THB 8ENATE CHAPLAINCY?LIVK OA* OBOROE ON TUB OKOUND, ETC. WiHHtKiToy, Nov. 21, 1855. Ptreruoun effort* are being rn.vde on the part of the friends or some of tlie orthodox mini-ient here for the Chaplaincy of the Senate. I am informe) that Live Oak George, through his afen', is about securing one of our fashionable houses ss LU headquartr rs for himself and friends for the seison. Thnrlow Weed's Man Friday is hero, patching np mat ters in very formidable shape. The State Department haa received nothing up to this fYeDing by the Canada's mail. Mr. Bean comes a bearer of despatches, and is expected here ' n Midday. Hen. John H. NaVsge, of Tennessee, arrived tj-day, and Is stopping at WillorJ's. 0, OCR RELATIONS WITH OkBAT BRITAIN?DECISION IN THE CASE OP TIIE MEXICAN TURKU MILLION AS 6IUNMENT8, bra., ETC. Washington, Nov. 24, 1855. 1 ran assure you that no remand whatever haa been made upon our government by England for re lress, satis faction or explanation, in regard to the Curhlug cor respondence. No despatches from f-onrion by the last steamer had been received by the Hfate Deoartaeat up to 3 o'clock this atternoon. nor Wore any exo-i-tod. I learn that Mr. Curdling decides that the Mexican three million drafts, having be*-n regularly drawn by Fsnta Anna while In full power, arn binding on tfexho, ?nd rhnuld he paid to the American holders. The iro prossh u is that the money will bo pal I without farther delay. Hon. nenry Winter Davis will be the Know Nothing candidate for Cnitcd Ntateyunator from Maryland. Everything Is confusion ^Wre as regards the organiza tion ?f the House. The Union will get the 3enute print '"8- K. Kanias Attain. GREAT EXCITEMENT IN REGARD TO TIIE RETURN TO PAHKV1LLE OP UFO. 8. FaUK. CfflCAOO, Nov. 24, 1855. The Weston Reporter, of the 18th Inst., confirms the late rumor in regard to great excitetceut existing In I'iette county, Missouri, concerning the return of George 8. l ark to bis residence in rarkvillo. A meeting had beea held in Platte City, to take measures to execute the threat contained in the resolution* ?'blah ware adopted at the time of the expulsion from the Territory of Me-trs. Park and Patterson. A committee was seut to Parksi le to demand that Mr. l'aik be dc'iverod np, but the citizeus of Parkrlllc refused to accede to the demand. Threits ? ore made to burn and de-troy the town, when the citi srns organized in large force to protect it, and held a mto Ing, at which thoy resolved to defend it to the last Here the matter rests for the pre-ent. The excitement is said to be of the most intense description throughout tbe whole region. Previous to adjournment, the Kansas Constitutional Convention adopted a clause giving 4th of July nest Oh'tbe timo within which to remove all slaves from the Territory. No permanent capital for tho Terri tory was located, ? THE KANSAS CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION. CmcAGO, Nov. 23. 1855. In the Kansas Constitutional < ''invention, a schedule was pasted, on the 10th inst., declaring that tho consti tution shall he submitted to the people on the I5th of December. If ratified, it provides for the election of a Governor, lieutenant Governor, State Auditor, Judge of tho Supreme Court, Attorney General, and members of the General Assembly, on tho third Tuesday iu January; also that the General Assembly shall secure the eaforce mcnt of the sixth section of tho nil! of iilghts before the 4th of July next. The Re cent OsimsU-i- on the Pacific Railroad. T Ghjiimw, Nov. 23, 1855. Tlie committee at St. l ouk appointed to Investigate the Gasconade bridgo dleister, on tae Pacific UiUroid, report that it was caused by tho hlg i rate of speed at which the train was going, 1 he bridge being unable to sustain loaded trains moving at inoro than five miles po- hoar. One of the comroi tee, Mr. Henry Koiser, presented a minority report, declaring that the bridge was totally incapable of btarlDg even its own weight. n?? City of U brcllttK vs. Tlie Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. | Bawim ire, Nov. 21, 1855. The Supreme Court of Virginia has given Its decision in die injunction case of the city of Wheeling vs. the Bal'imore and Ohio liailroad Company, in favor of the at'er on all points. The company can now mako a con nection at Benwood with tho Central Ohio road. Acquittal of (apt. white, of the Ship James Cheater, Balti.morji, Nov. 24, 1855. ('apt. Wliiie, tried under the charge of unwarrantably easting away the ship James Chester, was acquitted by the jury to-day without their leaving the box. Arrest of a Murdvrrr at Boston. Boston, Nov. 24, 1855. James McXally was committed to jail to-lay charged ! with the murder of Charles 3. Smith a tvader in Boston, about five years ago. Alter the murder M jNally lied to Canada, whore ho esoaped suspicion until within a -bort time. He was arrested in Toronto. Severe dole and Ohoslrrs on the I.aki*. Bt rTAto, Nov. 24, 185#. A terrlVo gale was experienced bore yosterday, b it A* yet wo have not beard of any serious results. The ba k Canada arrived here yesterday, from Chicago, ia three fay* and eighteen hours, t ing the quickest iimj on re cord? The schooner Com.nest was wrec>eed on Wednesday, off Morpeth, Canada. She had a cargo of wheat for Oswego. Ve-sol aud cargo a 'ola! loss. Ti e schooner Illinois, houco for Detroit, is ashore an I full of water near Grand river. A i rival of th?' Atigu?tn at Nsvannnh. Bavannaii, Nov. 21, MM. 'Jhe steamship Aug'ista lias a -rived hsre, after a pvs sage of (.2 honrs from New York, with nil. u t. ard well. Ai-tivnl ?f the Houthi-rurr at Charleston. CHABia-To.v, S. C., Nov 24, 1S55. Tlie steamship Southerner, ftoro New York, a-ived hoie ct four o clock this ( ntoriiirv^. Southern Malls, ItAiTiM- Its, Nov. 24, 1855. The New Orleans mall of Sunday last, a< late as due, is reeeit ed, but several back mail - are still mi sing. Markets. PHILADELPHIA STOCK HO All P. ITni ODKM-ntA, Nov. 24, 1-6*. Rocks dull. Perm ylvania -date live,, h;;- Uoa iing itiil u*u'. 4ftl.rng Dlnn-l liailroad, 12 ilo.ris Canal 12j<, I <nn'ylr.ini? Railroad, 42,"q. Ai.-Mttv, Nov. 24?12 :0 I'. M. Floor active sales 4,'0n bhl?. KsrW ? Hale. 8 tioo bu eh< is ?' ?l 2<l I iw ) rowod. caelj ard' #1 28 for Jslf-r ?on county, ea?h. Corn??#k? 1 bt: holt from ?l .re st $102. Data?'date, 61c. Whiskey, 40c. Bcitai o, Nov. W-15.3C P. M. Il'-tir lirttt; sales 1 -00 I bl-. fit $0 a $927'2 f,.r fiincy ant! i rtrs Ghio and i' Wheat, quh.t alev 6 000 1-ud.i-is Michigan, (rtxieu, at 81 76: . 000 bushe s *-.i,,u 1 (?..leal 82 07. Com steady and-iti'-jl at hbr t?... Kve, $1 Pit. Whiskey, ft>'.,e. a ? ,'c. I. K If AII. SlT. A HER nut < U ivokni V -Tilt; I'hi>iii|(vt s Mi HA-n.?It will is Ken by tlie a-1 vciti-ement Unit the United Mtat--t Mail Steamship On puny, in romj>Ldiic< with the trkhc-of m-ny C'ullfornitios, ai d by peiml.-"-ion of tho Postmaster Gcnrtal, b.ive postponed tlto sailing of the fir -rge I?'"? froni tin- ii-imI sailing day. the 6th, to the 7th of Peccmbof, in order to -end forward the Pre i <iciit h ra< -tU2< by the mails of that da.v. t oronera* Inqiir ats. Dvirn rpew P< tire ?' oioner Hilton held vu l-i -ie.| yi sterday ut c-n 'be boly of a child tliree year- of age, nan-ifd William Vi-lsiuglilln, at the residence of his pa rents No. ;i#8 W ater ski- ot, who o -me to his death from .. v i ie fCaldc rei rived ? lew i!ays ago. t er ilet ae-Mr>n fa' ""eath. 1 VAtit t>r ? rvn 1 hi ?Corc.ner '.amble held an io-iue-t ur*-n the be tv e>f a msn named Patrick Wall, who dl-d at tie-New York Hospltai from tiic eft-: t of ?- vers injuries tee rived by the falling ol a pint form - re-tod in Tompkins M(<iare for pelP.leal pvrpoe-, a few irenlng previous to lest election day. TV Jury in tl, - ca,?- r. nlerel ? ver Uict of death tr m trai'ure of the leg reosired on tlie ?2d inst. by the filling of n plaVorr.o )>?ci aled was OR veuis of sge, and waa a native of Ireland. g. Ati-ai- to IVAin?Coionvr Hiltoa also held an ln,uest at No. Ml We-t lhl't'en'h st ret. up .n tli<r b-dy of .in inhin' eleven nu-n'h- old. which d fr-ru the oj at, of - -aids. T'-ceivf J by 'he up ettlr r ->t s v.-s ?! containing hot water Th?- paii-nt-1 'h de-eawl are name) IVi Board of COuaty /v inri t. ETKIE-Vrii I1AY. 1 he Foard nfCinvs >eis we isttfrday morning .it 11 A. M., the "resiCent In >bv< hi Fourteen HupervUors were presm', and a v*-ry u?.i11 outnde attendance. ? be I'upsrvioi of'In* Twelfth w.ird, wb<i?e ward would bave come flrst in order not b iint tu hla place when celled, .supervisor Hit".- of be Thirteenth ward, prn ectdedto riad 'be return* ? m the Thirteenth ward. PBve'nl oTtors atoi di-c:e.p;in'-'(- appeared, Inthc second dirt'riet, in the rote for Slate T -u-urer, 36 votes wero given for A ben upon the Run ? visor's Toturn ani nono upon tbe County tleik'a. In hi il?trict there was also a clcrreian-'y of 4 r?'oa lu ike t vo nturus in the vote for Mrl.m 0 Murphy for A- eiubly, and a difference of 6 vote* f< r b'elali tor .mini i< u> i f Repairs and Supplies, with a further variation of 7 votes lor Cowlos for Jus tice of the Superior Court. Tin.- vote* fur Woodruff, for Judge of tbe Supreme f'uurt were recorded for lewis II. Woodruff iosit&d of James It. Woodruff. The return was directed in he rent buck for iho n pii-lte onrrectloas. In the Four'h olatilc a ui-erepancj of sixty-one votes ap peared in tbe vote P r Toniliua";, for tlounael to the Cor potation. In iho Fifth district tlm returns f>r Seymour, for Slate Tnglu'ei , see roeoidw' lor Silas C. Moore, ln etead uf rilus bojmour 1'ko two returns were referred to the luspecto s. Rupervlcor TV imp ax next read ibe returns of tbe Twelf h waid. The returns of Die l irst ili-trlct, as reed, piefcntfd i o dt eiep?n?it?s; hut Die 'uipectore had failed to ?lgn the return in the hand* of the County iTerk. A dieensslon arose h* to'he actii n the Hoard rdiould tako In eat vusring ibe rtmii It .t'. length determined to wait tbe decision of* full Board in thu matter. Mean while the retuvne of the remaining di*trieU woro read through. The only vai iation was in the Second district, whi te a coiilusioii of names and votes occurred in tbo votes for Judges of the Superior Court. Tbe same wag directed to be -eat back to (he Inspectors for correc tion. Tbo returns or this ward being completed, Supervisor Ely, of thi Sivemeenlb wurd, injuiied if the Supervisor ef (he Twr lf'li ward would -Ian- to 'he Board the reasons for the delay in rending the ?!?ms of the First district of bis ward io ibe County Clerk's oflice. The dilatorynass wl'h which tbe roturn* from t; is distriat were made out, or the lapse of time ratbei from n day to their bo ing tiled In tbe oltire of 'he County Clerk, had caused, be ssid huKpirioua to be entc lalned. and intimations to be made that the e whs oimn chip trap work at the bottom leadlrg to their deferred presentation. If thero were any pariie? reprehensible they should be made known; at least it became there to whom tho public must most di rectly look fur ixplanation?'be Suoervisor of the ward ami tbo lns|ec'orr?to exonerate themselves from hlamo Supervisor Wake van said ho would explain as for as he wa* able. Firm, be would remind 'he Board of what they were already cognlpsct, 'but the Inspec'ors were in dependant cf it's -*j) ervl?or. As to ihe returns in ijues tion he bed only to ? ay that 'he election in that dis trict was rogulnily proceeded wi'h on eloetlon day, as in the o'hor db-titotx. Tho various returns were handed to liirn, snd he ruppoed they had all bff a l'CBdfd in till the Saturday evening sndoectltng tficv election, whvn several partie called At his home and A bed to see t!.o return of tbj First district, when he die ooveiodlt w?? ECt \-u pi-, purr err inn. He called that evening upon two of the i"?i ectort, Mr. I'atriek Major and C. W. Can phell, and funu the original return with the latter, but not signed by either of the inspectors. The return win theieupon signed by tho two lo rpecfors named and deliveicd to htni. Mr. Osmpbel? told blm that be >ent a copy ? f the return to the County Clerk's office tbe day alter ih" election, and supposed it was tl-ere. Fur her explanation, Supervisor Wakmav concluded he might he able to make to tho Boarc, wben the wan' of signatures to the eopy ibid in tbo County Clerk's offl"o whs uuue fully Inquired into, ad doub'Ie-s would be direr el by iho Board. Bupervisor I* irt; of the Twenty-second ward, hero rose to n quest 1 n "f privilege Ho read an editorial from tho J' Urvai cf C? mtnerre ol ihat morulug, nnder tbe head of "The Canvass " anil pronoun -ed the statements there in uttered cgainst hluiseli as entirety false and grossly maligns nt. Tbe Board lh?n, at 2 P.M., adjourned to 11 o'clock Mtnday morning. Rtniovslewl). B?r.lidlii, Frnii it Hatter,late 289 Broadway, bss reo on-d his busineHs to tWM Itroadwav, three doors ubove Itlcecker tu eel, In Mr. J. E. Thierry's hat, ?tore. Mcadc Brothers, Photogrsphy^One of our ortlsis was artist in the Kmpemrof Russia. Hts eertirtosteu ?uiy be seen bi our gullerp-. pictures, known as am bif'vpes, taken. N B ?; reucb, German, Rpunlth and Italian ?(token. 233 Broadway. Coiwro-Dnyynerrrot j-pO*.?Tlieae Superb MP nlvurrs arc taken only ai WILLIAMSON'S, Brooklyn. Pot lent is. Including Case, WI Cents; Large aim. 60 cents. Prises reduced one half by our new machine, Imported cxpre??ly for tbia fscory. ffl'lIallY A Co., picture makers, 3M Broadway. Diignfrrroty praweKic lilor (lalltry, 208 Bowery, opposite Riving on Dree'.' 'Hits establishment, uri ?urpagsed ?} any In 'be t oiled tt'eu, is row thrown open UJ Ihe public. Spier 'id picture" in rlcli cases for SO cents, fur nished every day In tic w eek, from sunrise to auuse'. Call early in ibe day. Couth Kartory.-A Rich Assort merit uf Tor loise shell diem- eoiuha. of the newest Francb patients , con IaO reeu at A. A J. ri \L MiBKh'. 3*7 Broadway. Portable Dressing Can* or on entirely new and compact fm m, turidshnd wuh arU -lcs. ihe. itxe of wbleh la not detract from their u efulness, at .a. A J. b Al'NDKlt-t', So. 7 Allnr ilouve and >7 Broadway. Fnnry Cutlery, Embnu lng a large Variety ef spi rirn.ei.'s pen and povkei knives, ot ihe most rare tod beauluu! pa lcrns: hIm, nn "s?oi-tmert of unlet enU'-ry, at A. A J. BAl'ttLi'llS', No. 7 Asior llouae and TUT Broadway. Pianos and Muale.?lioraee Waters, Agent tor the sale (f (he best Bos'on anil Now York ptanoa, U now selling, st .?M Hioaitway. an entirely new s'ork or superior ul tnea. mvlnd< on, mud-: sod all ktiais of nuulcat mervtiauuUo, at greaily r< dit-ed price* No boiler opportunity to aecor-i arcai bargains was ever otlfcrrd. Music at luaif price durbig An mouth. Anprrb Mete of Fura at Senilis' Haiatr.? The nitentlnn of ladles sboul lo pnecba-e fur- for tbe ap pus hing win'erts InvlU-d to tbe splendkl sew of mtnk it Oerln's Bs/nar. lbs oni<ricaii mink lias not Improperly been chI1. i1 ihe American we le, and In Aurora*, lustre and riehrie"* ot co'i r ihe mink *cle nl Uenin'* have never he.-u sucp o.-ed. The price ot a hi II re , < ouslaitng of an ample cape, .To in -hrsderp mnffned enffs, icflUO. w hich cannot fall io lie pro* enticed icroarkHtdy i hpan hy any lady who U a crmr>n" seur In fori" ard urd'-rstand- ttu-lr vslne. OkJHS'H, St. Nicholas liotel, S13 Broadway. Broratelii, Satin ?le T.nlnrn, Daisoaki, Con nlees, wln-inw slndcs. laeo cur.ains. Ac.? KKLTY A FFRdL' CO.v.kUl Broadway,save a large Dork of the above gooif, neraoiai ly selected 1mm the l>o*' mnnufaetoriea in Franvc. Nimo new style* r. vcr beforo hrougbt oat K, i K. h*.e SeUilllsbed a reputailon f r ?ell'iiv unoda - heap, an<l ibrtr large and Increasing trade la a prom that It la appreciated. 291 Broadway and Ruade atrrci. blnrm! MnensUH't have now In Store a 'till stock nf I'.'iilouV eulebrated nhlrliiig lloeu, the beat good' hrougbt to Una umikci, to which wc call th<-partl-uiarai'en ilon ofour cu-.iOL.ira. E II. LKAI'BEaTkiI .t< O , 347 Broadway. Popular 'I'rnrte^-sFmm Am lion, 3,OHO Tarda Fieoch liiald nicrtnoe albs , luopb-.-ee KnsUsb meruio*at 3a., * case* French nghnms at )<., rich dvlalnes *t hs. 'td . and > . superior he?' IwinihsztnOs a' -s , lap Bay Htate long shawls >,t gfi, woiili f.i; s "0 3cai-f s nmProlderlri, at adlcivunl of 23 poi ecu' frcm Ifceir real valoe; alaoln-e curtains, drapery, mu* Jiuss, blsLkeis, ciudo iiannds. i r. a. i.k ? aDBKaTKB a CO., 347 Broodway. 33 anil 3.1 John Slrret, Corner of .Vasian? ?hla rsletirate ' old house, lor ihe . >le of superior rlod.'n.;. M the Isiwrki p- ces, Is now veil stocked witli every garment oe s eary fur tbe son son. l ake a look. PKTT.1M A JENMCP. Trfptrndenk Bargains In Clothln|r?|4T (tor t- A large of flue black dre?s coals, facblonalily eat, utlfollj'lu.idr, and lined with satin, w ir Ii C-b. a. KTAS'H cl.jtUU.s warc.hou.-c, ft and tic. Fulu>n sU'ce , a' 18. f?? nllenis n'a Ponilatiliig f.ooifs? Rihes De rfcouihre. slirls. under gtirutcnis, utovea. hosiery, v-vrf', era vaisand tancy a'-"eles areoffercd for ?ale b) the ?ibacrlbors at ibe lone ca-h prices. UH. lirUlfRIST A itO .fiJBrondw**. Trnlhft'lnr.s Wltliout Knrrgy and Tnlent Is a coat ci mall without a sw .rd. fiRKKJI, I Astor Home, b( ? made tt b'? I nslness rule 'o keep hW promises Invlolahlv with every ensiomer; itit lieh*? ..l-ohro iht theart <u making ?bli-ta io a pitch of perfncilon whicb coul I ooly liaro heou at tamed I > purvoveiwuce sad -Ult. Indtn KnHlter Ul?vr*,-A llrmitlfnl Kanil la jprtt'-pensahte to all, II is tho ill- iJngulahiiig mark between rstoctiirnl a d ? nrliy. With tho aid of ranber ifkive-, rverj bai.d may tn rendered -ofi, te ii'.itful and white, every rude Impression of weather or hard usage removed, delicacy of touch i( trred, and the scat nf eteganoe impressea npoiil*. let Ms prewmt pci'dldon he ever to unproalsmg. For ne'e ai alltubli r sunt*, ;.nd it SA John "tree, up BiwcMyn Clnaxea ?Tlie Miibm-rlhrr Alt" : nnn'ws to tic P 'At. i" . (g Brooklyn, tha he ha opene I a I.'* sraden,. 1 tnstomr .cn In penmanship and bonkkref lug. I' and visiter* ear- ived daiti. ?'Ll\ Kll II. QOIJWMITII, Zit Pou - i-..4, Brooklyn, w.d ."-ib" Broadway, Y. no Salsnmns ri ilr ft s.?Ilalicrt M. Pal I c ri'. ni l lfitmrir In -'.e United Rftsssof tli ? ?in '.cd safes and patent powder proof detlancd k?ct. l?i?. n.-ot l-f Pearl ?: cet,.>u< door below Ms den While Firnch Cltlan nt (irratly Hwlared pv'cer.?Dtnlog sew lor IJ.v, also one hundred d?'"i dln.og plates, t - pcrdrorn All hoi srti- lcs for dtnlog. m or eoi ice, rut sPy thesp. French em tu-i blera, 12s. per doten. L'titna lH.i, c73 llroadwsy, aljvu Idevenlk stenet. J. K. KKRK. lot's 11 air Dye. Wigs and Tsnpsrs? Ti c bfs* P. tlie r uHd. Tbia un' irslled and ortelnal dye la ap p'jed In 12 private rrnois. Bs'eh.-lor's wlga and 'mi .nsn have tei>re?-. mer.ts 01all o her*, tirtofc rh?r d!..uvrws oi alsgancs, rase and peculiar Is tol- esiabitchav.n'. BA'iCUkLDUTi, UJ Broadway. A Bcsntlfnl Compleilon snd a Fcrfknnd 1 rea h mav belb he aAiiilrei by-taln.T the "Ilal.a of fho i wit FWiwars " Asa dt-n'rlboe It has no parallel. I'rka ealy lit h cti-U. I or at..: b> all drugglsi" _ _ . ? ? KTirrrOB * CO., Bo?'/?n. The Grist InhMllnn Rwmesljr lb* AiHlms, enMnmptlon, scd all rtl ?mbi of the tbroat sad lnng*--|>r. VI ttl Ih'fi bygb urn. Tbon-ae*-. oavn been resd/rel lo h owii the past year by the hyxleana. Principal onl^, 343 itrosd. wsy. and sc d I y fl. H. Kmr, 1'*- Itrcatwiy. Prtne rol* t\ a package. Iw fuivu ?Ul h.i?' foe ofPre daily from 10 lo t o'clock, wbr:e iw Tidy be cnnsnl'td free tt i barge. Hernia?Only Wu (Mesial awarded tm VABNB 4 hi d c tndnvti 1st I.Tblbltion of all ffs'Line, for M r nesr pais. t ra-tlcs. cure truss, itefe. "tiers a* lo ns sn serWIf ?Vrm?'? >1 Valeu-ln- M?ri, WI lard Parker, and lab to lUsn .ekvn. An stieusivc .MA ..f nanx s of mc.-'anu:a sod other grr ? t. t cored by lh.s "i.e. rway be seen a' Marsh. |0o 'a. Bo 7't M ud I "Sf" Ne? Tnr?. and Marsh I', 4 ot> .too. ft Wc t . , .u ; t*. 11)W, Vum