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Bu?irn?*** m?titt?._ Thrbk Vou.au Hath at Oemn>.?For the __-~,____m of * iromemi elaa* of customer?. Olli? ie **g^..___?4?? ?ad ?e.liBS?b.Bd?u_.. ?ervleskleSJi.ll i!v? o( ibs ?as.? *b?pe t* bit leading dree? hat foe the presen! ____? """"*" ^ Os?i?. No 214 Broadway. " Oppoaua St. Ptal't Chorch. T_e H_sTa_opt<"_ by Gentlemen of refined taste MBsrsascaSISfBi the r.eatr?, beat fio ahed rnoarl darablaaad ?c??*fi ?ral bt?? ??"??* *h" '?'"? N-w York. BsM k? MSI ? Ma, ut Mt?aa-*i. and acknowledged to be Mpariar to ts ?e aati ?hiabw? for Si._ _ ?RNTLEM-N'.? Hats, Fall ItTTIta BlBr It? ?? ritual rr.?GrtTLSMtB't ll*T? of the fall axyie* will ks ready tar examinai ma aad Mi? ou Samar Sept I The aawMat c?art? will be ezrrtad lo maintain for to i merchandise g>f THit eatab Ubaveet the high rank of ?enenoritr tud rel agi?e r?napaetB which baa bitberto coal leaded it ta the ep fnvval ?ad preference of Usntle?>ea of la*le _Bita, No 4? N?aast., Bear M aide a lane. Broadway begin? to present quite an attraet ]ve appearance, with it* promrtiader* ngged oat in o-w ail |t*kioi.?ble Pall Cottame Ktog'a new ?r.d elrgao CaiToti ateem to be Ike favorite with tt ? Oentl. men. and Mr?. Ball ?ll'l lapetb Inokieg I'.naarT? are all tbe go wiib t*. ? ' . r? i ISe adviee oar male fheod* to call at KioX'* ?pleudid HaT aetablabaiaat Na Ali Broadway, (ander ike Pre.ro I Haas) | arral No. 131 rall?n ?I . and inspect K?ox/ I sew fall gtyle*. ^FaUUrlERS' AM) MERCHANTS' BaSK, Mr.YIPIIt4! ?Bast or MiLiotu.?Note? on ike above Bank? ttkeo at 4 ?? a? ibe dollar. B*nk of Wa?hten*w. rjOc All other liar.?? i Ike UiiMia.rovaaiSr?a good on tbe let of Auguet, taken ?r oar, I. >.?i?gf? CloUiin? Whareheuae, No?, fat, ?nd 01 Pultonst. Li.akv &. Co.'s Quarterly Ft? Saptaoabei. MM-Tm? Dav will ,?ua (new aad oti gluaJl ttylee lor Oi.aii.tni?'? ?aasi Uat?. l,uirtC(i.r Leads?of Fttbion. Attor House, 8r?arlw?y TOIIliUtMIl Mtl SOW-, Having decided to pat onr affair* in liquidities, we ?:e d? term t.-d to elote our large ?tock of ?Tari.? tan rtttr ost coodi artaaWa IA* ?awarap ?irlp dayi W. will ?i.ke great MCribcet to induce parch??*? of a*, ?a Ike balan:* of tkeitcnk ?t tbeconrlaaion of Ibe tiro? nieniionei wiM. gr. iLoaro ?t nittma MolILTCtfc Pl.IM?TOS Mo. 12 Veeey aal No. S Barclay-?*? , directly rear ot Aatnr lloaie CflU i lam.?Hkwit, Coiilson &. Co., No. Ill Ealtor ?t aad No t> An?, ?i^, w.iu.d invite ihr atlentlou or all ?puirbtavtr? ol CtoTMiai. to ?heir ?t? I for lie fall and winter aeaanBi. which fot variety end elganrrnt ?-vie ba and tub grtantial wotkin*n?li.p. and oo? ity of uial- rial. I? ?-raiil la Bone In tbe city. Tic y .tier a It If? ?S?ngf?al of aal Variola? qoaliuit. every gannei.t cm lu th>-be.i tn r ?,,d i.ai In Ike bast ir.aim. r adapted le tbe war's of ?II rraidrou in and ?iant'.l? to It.l? great fi.eiri.p. la?. A cbm.?? ?!?? ol I0e iirarr.r and beet ?lylt. ot t lullia. Casa.mar* sod Veatir.gi alwr.y. on k?j_. fri.tu which gtroiema w.l. be made to ordrr in ibe moat api?' ved manoet ?nd ar tbe ?hortret rein e. in tbe get-iux un at their Cloibixtg ihry aim to excel aort not h.vlng a maxmn cent and ?ally ?al.aiooin it M the acknowledged ?uperioriy oi their ( klhin? and kfet Oil n.oorraie pr.rr? at wiiMb ihey tre enabled ui otier u lo v. I.c h than ttuibme the r?|.id:, ka. r. ?. lag aiii.iu.it ol th.ir buaiu--.? To cnt ?ude, ihey oSi r ?at*? ?I i loll mi anit'd tu tbr want? of ailaoita tud c .nrntioii* 01 inen, ?hieb, to b? ?pprneiated i at .la in.i to he wo-a A I.IThKARi Tltl.A'i.?There will be BMB? xnenr.es ia tbe fit MH? COUSUES ?f Ortolier ibe lit. tbe publication of one of tbe meat remtrkt Lie In. rtry piodortioo? ot modern timei; a romance wbich ka* xuelied more heart* and exulted inure in tenar awriyathvir. Ibe n riling ?. rid. ih?n any wirk of lictinu wkich the m-pir? gn.n? of genito? bave heaiowed of on inaugind Tbe work in que?'toi. i* now ju?t lr?ni.lat?d Into Kngliah from tbr Frt ru h ol the youngef Uuixta*. expressly lor Ibe ni mu iiiicsisa. Iiy one of oar xnoet |?|.vil?r wriiera; it i? called CaMtLI i ; Or. Whit? ami Kin It U tbe aaaie wor? on which ihr popular d am? of Can, lie V founded, wild ?bicb ander the narn? of L? Dame aux It XDCllaa proaacsd inch ? profound wuaatiun in tlie greet ?oi.d ?Vf failli, 3 in Earoi e will I, fir.l pr< du r.l there It? ?uicesewa* greater than ibat ol Curie T..m'? Cabin In tin? country, ?lid the late of tbe ber.nne ceuacd inorr tear? Is Is ahed Hau ?Il Ibe njuidiir?. ei?.ui.i>u* lud i xcrsM? ul the lir.t Erenrii revolution. Ihr keaatiful roaanre of Ku?TH un Battra By Mr? Oaskell, ?othiuaa of " Dona? the Dreatmtker," will ?leo be loasd lu the ( miiiet and a treat variety ot I rilliant and enleriair.mg reading Ki.r ?ale by ?il the new? agent? and at tbt . tl.i t of publication, Na l?> Spruce ?t ^ J'.i L Smith A Ce F. lJp.irTiv A Co., No ?S Park-place, I Bewiy invented Wall? rtoug m.K cotT, uiadr ai Hab! a? to I? earned in trie pocket, and to i>?iai the b-nvi.-ai rain aud fit reist tropii.al cn.uate--rrciimnnercleo to -i anil trav.ler* a? ?bi ?loable *.?Ib*I tbe aurr>riae of a alonu or a? a del'dm asaiii? du*i?weigbuig It ouocr?, and at ins v.. y low price of Ol*-_ ^^^^^_^_ "0 lOvll ! ClTt? c k S ! ! Clock? The most desirable aa^Mlnient ever oflrred in Ha? V.nk, SMltAliai. I.VI.S list lit M.tl.ll r?ir auit beautiful rial? model t. lo be told at a ?mall advance on ihe mai ol importation by W. J K ?IU.SI A Co. _ New Marble Stor-a. N.? bll and ?.11 Broadway. -WM I. AM) Ml.M.IN Cl KTAlNS I ItUM ACCTION. ? Kbitv a, Ki.Bi.taoa, N.?a. Ml Bta .d,.?? and '.I It ?l.- ar , liavi M lam? _? .- ?.?. lat? r aun Mu? iv CSBTSISt, bought at aui linn al a gr.ai ??? nliie, ?nil will tell the ?ame lor a I? w day? al ?.ii ?I bargain?, lull .u p?-r cn.t laa? ih?u Ibe or ginai cost of in ii.inlioa Ito early loi lb? It a rar. tSSSttasity. Alao, Ib* I r. i ? ? ?X aii.il ..! VV l.vciiu .11 ?lu il H till I,.... Ihr I III ?il of ?null u.uat lie wild 11" ?;> .*T!I BgoaDWAT. CiKKAT B\Rl.AIN>?CMtll IS AT C<WT?Fl II ititn ST kr.ei.ii n Paisas?f BTSassa \ Hi .virMKi I will U* gall oft tiltil ?inri ef t Akr.lv, 4 l . al ibe laWSM prura Mum VXLVI.T CsaSSTS.....lb, ?II Mich TaitiTSY CaaPBTS..s,u-!.\ Km. Bsvsssli. . >. RitiiSlir . I II? fyitd. Uu? iuaw Bapaarmi.I. m . Al*o. on cunaigi rneol, a very large ???.rtinrni of eh.?,, la ctaiti at S/ per yard OilCloim?. Rt ca. Marriao, MaT?, A Mju?!.. I..? No. 9TS Bkiiahvv vy. cornel Wbli. at ~ flooiiH EKoM Auction.?Dininu ?nd Tea rta, M.STLS Va.a? Ac,dic? O isliit? ItHtxtrti.xt? tud ira ? lluiiii, fur ?tie at pit. ts to ? ill the tiiue* Dalit CoLLSStOSS, .No lit Kioaiway. near lirai.d at HlKKINl.'h l'ATHM PUII I'KOOK B?j-S. ? fllO ?valaatiiUi oontii B?I 'o uianulai tu'e ?nd ?ill hi* Ciiavii i..\ Fug ?an Hi xi.i ?a Paooi -.Aria, ?t the ..Id tatakHsk Srb. re the laigi?! and u.o?l varied a*?oiluirnl of Pue and etn alar Pr.ol Kares Bank Va .11 Da?IB, changeabl? I', ?drr Proof Jnank and Safe Lock* la tbe world are on band and tor **le by Ml A? C. HtttlVO, Or-ea Block, corner! of Va'tler. Pine and Depeyiter-tt*. Wiirtr'H'n I'ati MT Hai.wunhkr 8akk.? Mr?ia HTRAStaeV Mikvit Not 144 and IW VV'r.tsr at . con tlnae lo mtke and atril ' M ii.ni.f? I'.tixt BsLAMASOSS Mai b," and are tbe only prrton? ?ulboiiied, with ihr exception ut lin Ne? Eugl?Dd Slttci, lu mtke ti.d aell the ttrur. _S O WltOS? r?i.-rtr, Baa UM Machim.s?Skvmoi k's BZCtLStM ? Which we waiiaui tc give aatafai tiou and exci 1 ?II other? m the melkt I, for Iba .(i.ahly and daraliili.y ot tbe wort, ano lb? aaasc ?nd facility with winch it i? doue Our Machine ia In lii-r gnade, mine dur?Mr and i,*a liable lo get out ol ant**, ?nd will P duuicit work in t giveu length of time,*? ddo it In itrr,ib*L the linger Machine ?V. will give ??tiaactny aetaiily to all per. nu* ?ho buy our machine*, to bold tin ,n bar in its? and free from all clauna of I M tviufer ol any other peraont. Ln-enaed try II evtl., and I lie money n fundid It Ik. mtrhiue due? ui t xvertorm all thai we agree ou. Tiy one No. Mi Bnitdwiy ^^^^ Escr.tsio? Sru im; Mai mag Co OaTUS- SALAMAMH.lt 8??- AM) POWDBB Et.Kvr LOCB? ?Deiidl Keinnvrd to No iM.v Pelrl it tic? Sour? above Melden lane. A complete ea*?rt!uent nf the above ?rrll known Sire Proof Safe, for **le at tkuve, by IliTCHcoca k Dial. _ Ikon 1>_usi _ai>* ?nd Ft k.mti kk of every v<tri eiv manafaciurrd and for tale al No 9 Caaal-el., by tbe Hobo ken Iron Wurk. and Foundry. Plain and oruaiasulal Bed airadafriia? Ol te ON Hal Hack?, Chair? _a. A?to. Iron Jlsillng and all kiadt of Iron work lor bu Iding?._ lii.NTi.KMi.N's Shawls.?We have iinportetl (for our sal? only) ?everal aa*es of new aad umi deenable ?iv.t. it Oenu"lttviLiau SHAWtx.aad tkudty place tbcin on ?ale at estrene low rale*. Lsasv .v. CO.. _Hsttags, Aster Hottae, Broadway. Ml lOIHtOSM? W'ONDF.RPUL lMPRtk, EmFsT.? Tbe paarte, brilliancy end riebnear of tone aud tliTTkrlrj of gourbitS DA II. W' Kmith ? c?lvbrati-d MtLODgoa? bIboS then lar ta aS.ti.ce of any olhet mate lu tbii data of luairu mrria Thry ?re tuned in the equal l.iup, rameal, aud are ?J ii.nar.lv ?diluted lo the u?r ot lmurr, club ot lodge room? Sold ?I pri?e?, wholesale or irtail, wbub aefy coiupeution. _HottCt WaTkk-s, sol? Agteat, No. i? Broad? av Two Days only Left.?LeTeviTy^r?d?r~oi lur paper raretally read ibie. Oa Movoav Bvaaiie.0 t I ItM, 11? E*BM? ted .See Bi ILPItc Lor? will de divided tmoug eniaurjaarribir*. *i ' on y payable in Initalimcuu. will ?scare a Earm of Irora t to i? act. ?, oi 4 Banding Loti, t-, b, A few of tbe ?ha?.? let: All w ko w tab m have a pieeaant aad kealihv reeMen.e n. ihe .ouniry, t:< ar lb t nv, on the nue of tbr Li u* Itltnd Railroad, ?bonis appiy immediately io iIkiv Ween No. .IS Broadway, wbeie i.itp? ?nd p?mphlei? can be k?d gi?n*_ FlKB Arts?To ABTMT8 am? Owners of Eaibtimux ?Tbr und raiaoed i? n, ? rr?di to receive coolr. katioas for hW Psi! BalsaM Nadaai IW Academy m 0? alga and Stuyyc.anl luatitutt, both ..' ?rnich bt h?. lea-. 1. Ili??wallrilr.are ipin a all tune, lo: ihe ln.pecti.vu of Ihoae aeeumg la Sell oi pun bate wort? m art Enwasri Sivtibmch Oraer?) and Fine Arr? lurtisaeer So IS Wail tt Wl>T FU SlilNO ---AB aUi'Uou sale of C.u TKt SlTU in lb? iK-anllful village ?ill take place on Ihe gcrowBd ?SI TviaHAT. Utimivoif and iHitiDAV, the id. Stb aad Mb October, 18M For particular? *ee advertwemen in * 'iw daya.ar ia?,uire of BABkkkA ELLIOTT, No. 3 NtatatB al., neat Wallst. New York Shawls, Siiawij?.?Just rt?oei?t- from atic tina, and will ba tai? at great bargall? rieb Brache Loeg aad Squsrr SbawU. Crap? ?o., SmBroidered and P.?in do , jlck P.ialsd Caahuere do., Ladle?' Tra?e.i..g Scartt. At. B. H. Lxanaiant {\__ _,_\.._irt _ Lee.) No. ?Vfl SroaSwt!, coruer of L-ciard-tL J. ?. TltOMPMi.s. from l'an?, l'lircuolo?:ical Hair CattM.ktebeloai.a U Ka I W'aireaat., in re. dour. irom Broadway He u las only em? la Near York wko tbarosghly aa?tsi?<?i>os Camug ibe Hau u> nut ike (jt?tuj* ?yftkeheaA Call ?ad try bk? akiil_ Ko. W Bostkby ! Thk EaulrT s Englwb Velvet Carpet*. HI. 12/, 11/ per yard ? i Engludi Ttpestn Carpeta, ?/, ?,. IS/ pat j_tt '. < Eag.-k Threeplv Carpet* 7, ?, 1/. 9 per yard ! ; JO,?00 yard* beautlfai lagraia Caipeu, S;, V. ?/ par yard, at |hr atgn of tbe Aa erlcaa Falle_ Aspinwall's Tonic Mixtckk.?That mind ?ai body sabdaing cvroplaial. Agrae aad Kever It laaediaiely ?uistia/ by tkx* preparan?? Il reaches tb? aaat of ta? in?, wn r-p-u I'and rtcmii* tk* ?trength Kroauaetatw* ktrt*-r | ?*-** ib? resalt Manutactorvd baa the engiaai rrtior by Mtxwgti k r?oMAi, (?acctaa.? t? Jaaxts S. As f?mwn?jAU. m Wu-t-i ?t Pi ?so-Forte? avp JteAWBOWL?Terms Sradaated to the timei, *ad made to ?rrn-cnodetc rvrry ?la** of bav-rra. An Immen?? ?? d PlASO? aal MtLuUtoti for ?ale er to rent at ? last price than esa be bad i i>e* beta A an? lanny f the b*?t ?eriandI'tid P ?no* ta lb* nmriet Price.**) em. ?*. *7? ?US aiSe. at? kr . to ?1"'. Beauufsl P.tao Fortat. which u?ve beet rented for a abort time, will b? ?"Id ?t gr-?t bargain*. A large dieronct. made frotn factory price? for cash To ?nit *o_- par-n t?rt monthly payment? taken Catb paid fortseiend herd Piano?. Hoticr. Hon. S' : I Brwtdws*. Silk-. Silk?.?The ?u.i?criber has receive?! and ? '.' uffer tbia ?nomir.g Stripes and Pltid Bilk? at 41. ?/ ?id* . ?r yard that are ?el, worth t.ity per cant bit?, ,,-b P.?id and Brotad? ?! 14. wort - . -? tl.1l t .? end 1?/, worth from ?/ to 14 . a> Black Silt* al great bairami E II LrinirgTrs./late Lead^^ater k Le? I _No. Sff BioadwBT, corner af Leonard at. GKDUeA-JCUTs. IlosiikY, (Si.<J\tx7&^ Then, ?r, ?ii ? r.f IfctS? good? tt ouce wtrm. d rtb.e tnd aa ?biitklble tiioaid etl! lid ext-nine th? er.-nivea.? j _ 'i"HtriiHaiAi?to Oaeas, Mtnnfact -er! by the uLttcraimed ?nd offered ?'. the od aUud Mo. 104 Bowgtr. _ A Kav-I? A Ce , Holier? Sri'KitiiiR Tri.i.s am? Plants.?Wm. R. Pttxcr it in.. Piutbirg New Yrrk. w-.l! ?end their Nlw C?TALOi.tti far ILMtiad ikV> to ipr/ne-ana ?boiucloteeta?ip*. No. I Catalogue af I r,ir ?nd Omarner.-ai TlBM f? No 2 Cafaloine of Knave?. Dahlia?. Boibmi? and Herbacemw Plant* Ac Ai?o may he bad ar No Ii) Chaaitxrug-_ I.Mrils l:i>I Kin GleOTBS AT FtFTI Ct-NTS ?tB PaI? ? Jn?' rec.i.ed, M cox Ltd.r.'t-f K.d ulovs?. taisrad I. ark tnd white of ?very ?if* ted wtrran-.ad of toe beet kid. ?luck ei 1 ka oSered 'hi? mo-T..rg ?r -?r p*r pair. L. H. Lr-ADtEATt?. i.tt'L-?dtr?itrr k Lee.) ? IT Broadway, corner of Laoaerd-?t. Tkikkhh .?Bp.nmmT?'TTrf.mii m Be kss ?raise Tans? Bs It Bgfk ?sa tt k?M ?aij t.eihaiw.ii iaM until * radical cure i* elected, a? it never raatsaortrowi w?sk frmniwe; if n.retaary. it can be wom t lifetime. It re ttin? th? wortt roblnr? perfectly e??y ? ithout a bacg pad, which ?o>? to mnth injury to the ipins BM-MS-Sa warrant ?d m rrn ne> retimed _ CKI-TAOOKO'.? r.NAI'PP.OACHABI.K H AIR Da mtv lat had at the following pla'tr?. vir: BaafctS? Clark k Co.. Nu.'l'_stor H' u?e; Nn 16'. /73?nd Si I Broadway; Haie-ian'?. eortierot 11th ?i tnd L-ion-afiuar*: Mi.litn'iNo. I?I Broadway; . nrner Cabal ?nd B.-oadw.y, tnd St the Pro I ? . - - > N t, Aitor Honae: wher- it ja ?leo dtily applied. ?WEOBH BAJB CEEATtfB.?Ttjeae invaluahl.? BssaarataWa? w? balisatbafsA?a in the fmieat aaaMaase^ lnv-ir ? been tried tnd in no ri?e failed I., prnu-e ha.r ?"in rar.t -air by the prinr ;?? cl ?.jniit. .nd .'. ire-ce; t '.. Bl Broadway. I 0 id rcaiBSO? Aunt. Fit! ?utvEYMi p. IUir.? The bett.-irtielc known ' pliipoie l* Batuiilobi ?. : nt via Cxcam. It ?trentlter. ard i iv 1.,-a'e. the rom?, tnd impart? to the cm-at Halt a n-h rtky giott. MannV'nr d ?ad ? .11 v. i.r .??:? a?.ratail,Wy W. A Batchllob Bail Dyeind ?v.g n anille? tor? r No Zi", flreiadway_ _ IIaik Dtb and Wim.??atchelor's e?pT? t.,-al?r. IIaik Dvr. la by t I acknowledged th? heat in the world. 8 Id wh. le?ale and reiail. or applied in nine private ' V". A Bai i! t-ot's Hair Hie. VVig tnd Onii?aeutal Hair Parmrv, NY. ?tltl lin ??way IXW-TOBI WKEKLI TEIB?H1 for Sept. 30. The Nkw-Vork Whk.kly Thiui'm: for this week contain? the following: !.. EDITOR I ALS Tbe StLuvler Kriud-W'ho Snffr?,' ?? PaapMiTa? lunar? Massai T ,e Yicbwitade? of Inventor?. Pi.aitmn* Defined, ?'nuir, err SSaaeMta Agtin, Th? Wtnh.p ol the Virgin; Civiliiivioriard BtrbarMm. 1I..TI1K RATE OF tL'ROPE-Letter? from O.r Own Cwiataoud?Btt III..IMPORTANT FROM ?TROPE: iMt? fr-n th 8. ?I of W'?r-By Our Own Hun: Borouk-1 W. M. Ilscker.v I IV. TWO WBEKI I^TFR ?"ROM CALIFORNIA: Arrival ol be Pro nelhrtu: Letter? trom Oui Own Cnririi?-rdcot?. ?/..LITZBATDRI IN EHOLABDl Letter from Our Own < ? rr. Il oadl l t M..review up the WEEK: oivir.i _i a ssa?saaal ano n.??t tnnapicuon* n.mi the lalnt and run?! las portant event? thtt hive trentp.rrd in th? City, United Stale?. Centrtl America, smith America, Mexico, trd Enrrpe vil..politic AL INTELLIOEBCI: AattHsbrasba ant Ft-e I)rinr?rrntic ( niiveritlona aAakaTBj BtsSs Temp?rance Cony, ntin": Mtine Electnn cinpl?'?; linen In;., tu. Pen--v .vain? .S.ii.li.aliin? Ohio do gre.ii....a, Ffoaill nt'nnl. Vil!..COMMERCIAL MATTER? R'nor'ot lbs Direct? ora . f th.- New-Tar* ?r.d New Htven Rtilrotd C.im I ?I V to tlir St.a-klioldrri. IX..DEATH or Illr: UT REV IIIS.'IOP YVAIN VXRIOIIT X..A POINT SKT AT BEBT \ ?BITS OP TMINOS. Ml. I'OK'KV : S . rSepti Xlll..FIRST BATTLK IN IA'? <>R Oh POi'U.'.*.R mi'. Kltr iiiNTV IN KANSAS XIV. WHsLERS _Y..MAHKIAC.E." and DHAT11S XVI..TKLti.RAI'll : The Late.t New* received by Ti eeraab X\ll..hK\!EW op Tup. KAEKSTBi rt.pii? ' ? ? :? | ' I' . .-.. n. ( tltir. an.I II. .r.? M .r.r'j, v.rv ? .;, reported lor Tt.? Tribune Single co[,ii?. in wraprier? caa be oht?ined at the . In rte PaMtStlsa "fl o ?I..? ? I n ing. Price ?| re,,i?. IsatLBltTiaa. Oas aaayfoi one ?tar. $'?t| ihre- i iAt 6veropict, ftS| ten cioei ?| 2. lYrvxi-TJorkDniln <?nbmte ll.ll'AV, 8?PTEMBER 29. KBPOMi *omi\atio\ yon Mttuit. The City Reform Committee met !a?t niuht at the liiiversity, with a very lnrne sttenilance of member?, and after a lone d?lib?ration unani ti.nuelj notninated Nicholas DEAS a? the Re? form candidate lor Mstor. Mr. Dean is well known, holiest, and fui!} capable. Having been for several tears at the head of the Crot?n Aque? duct I'epartmctit. and in other official pc sit ions, he is thoroughly familisr with the history, the lit; - : t.* eta and the wants of the City. He is a plain. ?tr_ight forward, determined man. and if elected would be try likely to aJmini?ter the i flier in his own way, regardle?? of the jfajai manb^ers ?ho have so Ion?; been the "power ?? behind the tlirone" at the City II i I The meeting of the Botird of Aldermen lagt evening was the iuo?t exciting of the gestion. T_e presentation of the teitipiony in relation to the iniquities of the old Common Council .which is published in to-day's Tin BUM i created a furi? ous ?torm. ?see the report of the debate. The Mayor presented another propcuition from Mr. Reynolds in regard to his niial contract, which is published in another column. We have a week's news from Kurope to the If'th ?net. The most important fact i? the sail? ing of the expedition from Varna against Sevas? topol, which took place on the 4th, some 70,01 ' strong with UNI vessels. In about a fortnight we may expect to bave aime decided indication? of the result of this first really ?uniticaut attack of the allie? upon liutsia. The troop? of the latter are at last recrossinir, the Truth, while the Aus? trian! occupy Wn.lacbia, and will aooa enter Moldavia. The commander at Odessa has issued an order requiring the inhabitant? of Odessa to burn their house? in caae it it taken by the allies. McyendortT. the late Ku??iin Luibas sador at Vici.ua. ha? cone home, but lorc?iako:.' remain? in hi? place. From the Baltic there it nothing of moment. In Spain tranquillity pre? vails: the confiscation of Queen Christina'? property hag commenced in oue of the provinces. Mr. Soulr ha? written a ?harp letter to the Dario Prpaiml. which we copy elsewhere. THE COHKCPTlOEISTs I VM ASKED. >\ I publish th.? morning a summary of testi? mony t.iken before Recorder Tillou in pursuance of the famous Grand Jury Pre?entme?it of Febru ary, 1853. That pre?entment, it will be remem? bered, fell like i thunderbolt before the people. Of course no one doubted that certain partie? ?a the Common Council had been bought and sold time and again: but that the daily practice of bribery and of peculation had spread through almost every branch of the Government, that men es? teemed as the very perfection of honor had been contaminated by collusion mixh well-known knaves, or at least were so f?r suspected of such contamination that a Grand Jury, acting under the responsibility of their oaths, had considered prompt legal inquiry necessary for the protection of the people, was far more than the public were prepared to believe. The most streauoui efforts were made by those ! likely to be> involved and their friendi to prevent the GrtUid Jury from making the preae-atinenr. i aad tbei. to prevent or hinder the e\am ?i?ti"n ? before the Keenrder. Fortonately their ?v'.iri did not avail : the preaentment roused tbo plui dered people, and orery honest man urgyad for ward tbt- investigation. Witaeasea to the tiumb-r ol nearly two bundred wer? examinen., ani ti ii.iji.oy was finally closed early this year, having occupied the ipare time ol the Recorder for ten month*. The record was sealed and sent kB the Governor, where the implicated parties hooted it would forever remain; bat among the eiriiest ' move i of the Reformers in the present Burl ot' | Aldermen waa a call for the documenta. They ' were gent ly ?BT. S-ymour to Controller Fiajg, ! v ho Lad a ropy prepared, and last mght the t*h?ie ! masa was laid before the Aldermen. It was j moved to print it, when astrone o^p-igitn'n iro.e ! j from a few member?, who were very suddenly I stricken with the tendereat regard fur character, and who feared that aome of the evidence"* might to some people look ugly in print. The mution to print was at length carried, yeas Lev, naya It and iti accord anee with this permiuion we pr-* aent a digest of the more important parts of tie testimony. The whole doi-ument will mike a book of several hundred page*. Of the character of theae revelation* we leave the reader to judge for himself. Tue first re? markable feature noticed i* that there seerm t) be much more suggested than proved. The re? luctance* nt witnesses, tb?* evasiveness of answers and the frequency of the alitement ?? I de. line "to answer the question i>n the ground that it "may tend to criminate myaeif." imply fir mire tban BBt been really developed. In a legal view there ii much of the tcitimony that might not stand fire: hut as moral proof there ?i acarcely a page that is not f? tal to the character of so ne one connected with the government of I -.Y.'-.Y'.. Let the reader who recollects the denunci-iiiona hurled at I in. I Kim nk at that period for ita ei posurea, and the taunt that we dared not name any particular man i because of the absurd libel law?) carefully pBoI over the testimony as to the Ohaequiea of Henry Clay, when the dead body of that illustrious atatesman was the p imi . around which a drunken deb inch wta kept up for tfTO data ami nights; and the develop ment of the manner in which the grant? tVir the Figbth and the Third a.enm* Railroad* were made, and then aay if we w. re not justified in the severest denunciation ;>f those I who used the advantages of oflicial position to ! rob the people. From that which is here on j record, we 6BB judge some'.hin'T of what the? full disclosures would be if those who know tbe facts could be midi' ta tell the whole truth. Mm who t.ike a bribe or connive at public rubbery are not apt bo le?ve the matter bo that any future coiitingem y can diaclo?e tbeir perfidy ; he that 1 will ?(cal tl.e people s tnonev ia generally a capi? tal bund nt hilling: and in them- casis circum? stantial evidence is alwaya weak, and direct tea tin, ('tiy seliiom to be g'.t except upon eetBfca?* ou. j liut Ikt popular verdict is not guided by BBBI? I technicalities. The ?!,(Terence between honetty and knavery in public servants is not so trifling aa tn require legal spectacles. The votera Bf tlu> I Cty will tht refurc find little difficulty m placing I the responsibility ot the mbberiea of tie la-; G Ca? jeara where it be la "Wildlier any fi.rther action will be taken in the mult, r || (J"t l.n'iW'i). We presume, how? ever, lince most of tbose attainted are out of , office, niid their ?nipivtchment anil Mai mould re? sult in nn pecuniary ht m ht tu tin* Oit] ? even il" convicted?that the subject will be passed mer aa one that bas us fall) mtvmi it? BwJpotB a- If it wire prosccut?-d lo the full pntiiahincut of the , di?i.rai cd ami humiliated offenders. CHIM->K 1U3III.KATIIIN TO C ILIKOHMA. The rient influx of Chinese into Calif ?ruia haa given tin-tn much speculation and intny grave ft;,i- apt the future. The BBB Francisco journals I teem with articles on this subject: and it is alio, j we i am, a fertile topic of private conversation. | I>uriug the fortnight, from the 11 th st the td? of August, tbo arrivait of Chinese passenger- ; ships amoutitei to ten in number, the passages ! varying ?mm 0 to Uli) day*. The t"tal uuiuber of pasiengera given waa t,-4?, in fifteen daya ' One vessel reports loo deaths, another -">, anil to on to match: far the poor wretchea are crowded in Hm In rvveen-decks, and into frail deek-housea, till the miseriea of the voyage aro rivaled only by j tl.e burrera of the ?? inidille-paasage." It may be asked why the laws are not inforced to prevent tbe ovtr-crowding of these ships. The vessels j are mostly old hulks; many of them have lain here trat Hong-Kong as atore-shipi for luouthi, or even venrs; and if, in one voyage, tne wortnlesa old emit can be made to net ij.Ci.iNio ur ?,.1,111111, the can well be sulK, and ?till make a profitable : operation. This was the case with the old Po? tomac: she brought several hundred passengers, it aaid to have netted over $:?.'>,? 'NI, waa hoe led : for excess of ptiaaengera and sold, bringing tJtT, IN. ?ill these facts excite our pity and sympathy for the poor Chiueie.the more so, aa they are brought over to California by rich companies orginized ; among their countrymen, and hired lor a mere aon:* to labor there lor the benefit uf their mastera. ISow comes the hardeit question. \Ylatahall i be done with them ' Is the welfare of the coun- I trj promoted by thii influx of emigration ' There ia do State in the luionnow more in need i.f hard working ment?an California. The laboring class there is disproportionetely amal!. and therein lies one great cause of the present diitreis of that [ region. If California could have a tide of hardy educated Americans poured upon her. it would , be the pre a teat blessing she could enjoy; but how ; can that be while hardly an old State can be aaid ' to be cultivated? Any of the Christian races. , however, are welcome there, or any uf the wtiite i racea. The) all aaaimilate with Americans: they ? bave sympathies together, and are gradually all j fused together into one homogeneous urna. But ; whether California should encourage an influ? of a population like tbe Chinese admita of grave doubts. Take a look at Chinamen iu San Fran? cisco, as they are veritably describe?!?one may well think twice before be speak? onthis subject. There are wealthy mei among them, true : many i of whom bear a Lighlj reapectable character with those who know Hem. Some of these are Chris- I tiar?; and with the aid of the liberal men of San ' Francisco have erected a fine brick chapel on ' i Stork ton-it.. and now support amiasiouary there; and we arc told that John in his devotions shows quite aa much religious feeling as any white man. But their number is very, very stnall; amere drop in the bucket. But of the remainder, what can be said I They are for the most part an industrious people, tor- ! bearing and patient of injury, quiet aad peace- i ablein their habits: say this, and yon have said all cood that can be ?aid of them. They are un? civilized, unclean and filthy beyondall conception, without any of the tu-her domestic or ?o,-ta. re lati'ins: laitful and ?easual in their deposition?; rrsrji female i? a prostitute, and of the basest order; the fiist words of English they learn are term? of oLscenity or profanity, and beyond tu.? they care to iearn no mure. Clannish in nature, they will not associate einept with their own people, and the Chinese quarter of the city i* a byword for fiith and ?in. Pagan in religion they know n? t the virtues of honesty, integrity or good l-irt: and in Court?over t: ? ir ? at sscred em? blem, the burning of a bit of yellow paper?they Lever ?crupi? to commit tne most flagrant per? jury. They Lave their secret ax-ietie? among ibvaselves, their Triad societies and other pow? erful associations, by whose ??diets they are gov? erned, and whom t_?-j dare not testify against for fear of ?eeret deatht thus rendering our very law ? p??wer*>gr. What ?lai! le done in these premise? Cali? fornia i* strangely situated. The youngest of ?oi.Da?. Ati.irica neit door to theoldest of nation?. A sparsely peopled country with wages enormodi ?v high i? the next neighbor t?> the dense? popu? lation on the globe. They are pouring in upon fa..turnia. Their great companies are ?hipping tL.m to that region by thousands as coolie?, vir? tually, if not nominally llave?. AlreaJy there are KM * 0 there, and the cry is still they come. It the tide continue? they must yet outaumber the whites on the Pacific: and they are uot ?ike the European immigration to the Atlantic States, for th? ) have no ?j ttipathy with American?, whether itj r. ligion. habits or langmge. Most of them in? tend MBM day to return; if they do. they carry constantly a stream of wealth from the country wherein it should be invested, thus adding to the riebe? of California and the entire I'nion. And if they stay they must be either free or ?lave?. If free, then we have in the Pacific Empire a people, living in daily violatioo of the law? of our land, governed by their owa soci tie*. ?rotated from u? and as much ignoring prac? tically in matter? of law and government our in? stitutions as if they were ?till in the Central Flowery kingdom. But, however free, all uv _ may be l>j nature according to theoretical repub? licanism, practice ha? ?l.own that no two people with distinctly marked and uncongenial th ?rae terittie* can occupy the ?ame territory at tiie same time <n terra? of equtlity. Either there must be sympathy enough between them to pro ?li.ce fiifinu. or the one will be virtually if not nominally the mutter of the other. Now, Slavery i? detestable whether it be brought about by a Coolie system, a Factory sys? tem or bv an open, barefaced buying and selling men and women. Now we fear, if this Chinese immigration continues, America may Rome day bave Slavery in California; and ?hip? will cross the gentle Pacific loaded down with niasse? of livini; bllllifilnt) doomed to itv eg ot rtitlenng and bondage. The horrors of the African ?lnve-trade will be renewed on the shore? of California. Ai? read} ha? one effort been made to pa?i a "Coolie " bill" in the California Legislature, legalizing the trade in Chinamen. Thank Heaven, it failed I Anl thank Heaven, too, the whole Paoiifl country i? now ?haken b] the qui-stimi whether a ?top ?hull be put to this sort of immigration, or whether the Stnte ?hall be overwhelmed by this !l.I of icnorsnt, filthy idolater? ' The prospect teems to be that the exclusive policy will be adopted. TiiK i..ii.i.i?ii MMMJMlf-a-Mh The while system of fills (?overnuieut in Britain hinge? upou the political subserviency of tne middle-class to the aristocracy. The niiJdle claes have the power, and lack only the will, to take a politic?! position befitting their influ? ence ?n the State; but to tlo ho would involve tiie overthrow of Class fnveninient, and BaMBMBltlf bring bin ut contideiable changes in the time honored British Constitution. Any symptom?, therefore, that the middle-class are be. .noing to ent.rt ni n a MBM of independence and self-respect in the pretence of the aristocracy are worth ob ?ervtng, not ?o much for themselves as for the con?equence? that are certain to result from the stnte if public sentiment which they attest. The remuai of the empty dignity of knighthood by Stej l.enson and Ilargan ?gone ?uch symptom, but man ir ?-tat Hin? of middle-cliss independence have been very frequent of late in the framing and working of Lib. ral Miui.tx.es. into which a pure uiiddle-rlasi element i? now sure to enter. E ght sear? ago, in tbe flush of hi? free trade triumph, mi idle-class Cobdeo was offered by the Whig ariitocrary the place of Inder Secretary to the Board of Trade, without a ?eat in the Cabi? net. He refused it because it was beneath his diguitv : and uniidte-cla?? public opinion ap? plauded him i'or that act. Middle-class Miluer Gibson, the Hadical Member for Manchester, ac? cepted the place, but soon resigned it as incom? patible with his political independence; and he rote in consequence iu middle class estimation. In the pre?ent Ministry the antagonism of tbe two element??aristocratic and middle-clas??has been far more eornpicuoui than ever before, sad ha? reached a pitch that has made it a ?erious impediment to the harmonious working of the CaataMt H.? aristocratie Lord?hip, Palmers ton, utdertook la alter in a material particular a bill relating to the Poor Laws, which had been drawn up and brought in by his middle-class col league. Mr. Baines, without deeming it worth big while to consult a subordinate like Baine? on the matter-, and Mr. Baines, feeling himself snubbed, reu.ned. Public opinion gaid he was right end Palmersttm wrong. Lord Palmerston apoli gtze?, and Mr. Bainea rnumeg big offiee, bar.eg taught aristocracy a lesson. Lord Palm- ? it.'i n ?ajg, jaun'ily from hi? sest in Parliament, , that Lig middle-clats colleague, Mr. Wilson, had \ taintd "?Leer non?enge." wL.le the Radical j member of the ministry, Molesworth, in answer- i icg Lord Palmerston on the ballot question, de- ? rlares that Le |Palmer?u_| had only "gone over "argument* which he had heard urged in Par "liament BBfM ad n-usiain." In the first in ?tai.ee. public opinion says Lord Palmerston was imiertinc-nt. aLd in the second that Mole?worth bel i the right tone. Molesworth was becoming unropular aad suspected at tbe time, but this Lit set him straight again. While in the II 'use Lord John Rusaell makes one of his solemn est constitutional appeals on behalf of Church rat)?; in the lobby he discovers that the Attorney-General and the middle-class element of Lia Ministry have contumaciously divided against 1 ;n to a man: aad Lord John Russell fiads him? self coniiderably damaged by his position on this question. The climax was reached when wealthy but parvenu Mr. strut, was unceremoniously bcgg-d to resign the Chancellor-hip o? tbe Ouch) i ter to make way for Lord (?remiile. ho, hin:s> if not banng been consulted till all h*J been agreed upon. When Strott made ?B simple and gentleiuatly eiplsciti ?n to tne Home, aa expiaaatiou ia which his wouBslc 1 feeliagi atrug gled with that higher priiie which forjad? him to ?rive expression BB it. tbe cheer* of the House and the ?ympathy of the jouraali let him know that hi* case had toucbed a responsive chord in the public breast, and that the middle-class res-jute ! hii iniult ai their own. Not again will the Whig Aristocrwy Tint-ire to outrage middle class ?en tsawSal b> such civ alier treatment of their repre? sentative. When the middle-class of Knglaad aro prepared to ibrow off the yoke of Feudalism, they will have the example of their anceatora of the 17 th century to embolden tiiem. Let thetu take heart and ?t?tate tbe men of the Long Parliament and the Commonwealth. TA? Irenme Paw. still iukista that removing the duties from English coai would reduce the price of fuel to a moderate rate. The Independent hold* the ?ame language, and to doe* The Punan recorder. This notion is absurd. The ire ig n ton English BBSJ la'alone nearly $?'< a tun. or quite as much as the uftc.al price of the best anthracite, and that freight would remain were the duty abolished. As for the duty on coal from the l.ritish Provinces, thU will disappear m *o?*u aa tbe l?eciprocity Treaty ia confirmed by the Pro? vincial Legislatures, and no petiti-nito Congress RM n musite on that subject. In fact, the import dut; on coal i a now a matter of very tt'.Sing con? sequence cither vv.iv. Protection M iron and other manufacture? using great iiusntitiea ol coal is iniiiepensable to extensive production and cheap? ness of the ci'iniuodity, io long as those maRufac turea are not able to resist European competition and to live without protection; but direct protec? tion to coal mining ia now of not much account in any respect. Tk? mdipenunt speaiai of the coal duty as op pressing the poor und burdening the cotutuuni'y " for the sake of enriching certain landholders in ?? Penr.kjlvania " This i* also erroneoua. The owners of coal miaes, aa n general thing, rent them out at so much for every tun miued. It i* tins thi ir interest that the iiuantity taken out ?hould be as large as possible, and that low prices should stimulate tbe demand to the great? est extent. The present rates are injurious to the landlords as well as iucenveuient to the public, for they tend to diminish ?he number of tuna mined and to cut down their incomes. This fact Taw Indepmdtnl ia probkbly not aware of, or it would not charge these enter? prising capitalists?who??, predecessors were ru? ined utter 1840 by the ltritish free-trade policy, of which that journal is a supporter?with op pressing the poor aud burdening the community. Of tbe dealers in coal we know nothing, aud can? not any that they would not like to combine and monopolize th? trade. Put tbe landlords are not likely to pursue such a course. Very likely there, are bad men among them, but as a < ?as?, we do not believe the) deserve the imputations which The Indrptndent ignorantly puts forth. Tht Courirr un? Emfmftf is not pleased to see tbe candidates of tue Whig party of New-York not onlj receiving tl.e nominations of Temperance and Aiiti-Havery Conventions, hut actually declaring their sympathy with thi.se bodies, aud The Com? mercial Adrertuer is also exercised on the same subject. It is alwsya a pleasure to agree with thou Journal*, but we are sorry to say that the pre?) nt difllculty iloea not appear to u* so very fri|htfaj, Indeed we may add, with all due rcfioct to our cotemporarie*. that the facts in ((in stioti seem rather salutary and agreeable t un otherwise. For some years now The Till HINK l a? ii,nght the battle of Temperance and Freedom almost alone among the presa of thia City, and with no little oblot'iiy ami some pecuniary losa to it??|f. Accordingly it bai no tear* to abed when tie wisdom ot this long struggle receives so bril? liant and powerful an attestation aa that juat ?Honied by conventions representing the vast nihjority of tbe aober and thinking people of New-York, and of gentlemen so eminent for ch?r acter und pimitiou as the Whig candidates. We would dj nuythiig in the world to oblige our respected friends of The Conner and TA? C'om tnerrtal; but really, when the whole State comee over to our side they can't eipect us to be disant isfied, however they msy feel about it. - The Richmond Whig ia confident that Mr. Fill more and the party *? of which ho ?a the acknowl? edged head and representative," will not aup port the ticket juat nominated by tho Whige, Anti Nebraaka, and Temperance men in thia State. The lluffalo Commercial Advertiser in? timated a? much before tbe nominations were made, but we are not aware that any atepe to? ward the realization of thia purpose have been taken aince. The party in ituestion bolted and opposed the Whig nominations in 1860, when the platform and candidatee were, in comparison, only moderately Anti-Slavery, but now it seems tbat the times have changed and that the Silver (?rays have grown conservative aa they have grown older. Still it ia posaible that they may yet ahow some aigns of life and invent a new ticket of their own, especially ain:e our can didatea have all put themselves upon the unmiti giited Saratoga platform. If it were poskible, the true policy of the Silver Grays woHld seem to be to support Judge Pronson, but since he has turned his back on the Compromise of I-.'1?which forms the entire stock in trade of this little party?it is hard to see how they can t?ke him up. The truth is, they ought to have candidates of their own stripe. It would add wonderfully to the interest of the election. The State Convention of the Liberty Party met veaterday at Auburn. After a talk about the Whig candidates the Convention nom ?ted William (.m dell f?r Governor, Auatin Ward of Lieuten ant, John C. Harrington for Canal Coinmjiiioner, and William Nhapaeott for Prison Inspector. FAirtFii.ir, C">.v.) Cor.tTT Snow.-This exhib? DBB which commenced on Tue*?.ay is progressing finely. Yesterday there was a great show of working and fat cattle. A eingle train of the former from Oreenwicb numbered ?? pairs. Address?)* were made in tbe afternoon aD<i evening by Hr. Wat-inc, Dr. Dadd, veterinary surgeon of Boston, and Mr. 0. Jadd of the American Agriculturist, New- Y'ork. To-day from 10 to 13 the plowing and spading matches take place. Cp to last evening 15 teams and 13 Headers were en? tered. At 12 M., the annual address will be delivered by Hon. Francis Gillette. Tbe Hon. Mr. Gore. English Charg? a?. Moot? Video, died on the 30th of July, of apoplexy. TF?E LATEST NEWS. RI i Kl? Kl? BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH. -m, TUR UCinOCIIT TM' \TT. QVKBBC. Wednesday. Sept. ?*., 1BX Attorney-General Druuim<>nd .?.ave? In re for Wasfe hajMa ton i ht, to endeavor to arrange an early ap ?n of tbe reciprocity treaty to Canada. LLEClToN OK AN EPISCOPAL ULSHOP. l'noviiiM g, Wednesday. Sept. BT, hv?. The Rev Dr. ItM-M M. Ct arici wss this mora -i.op of tbe Protestant BfieMf-IC?urea for t!. ?.;;?<-.-e b_\ a irroat mnjor.ty of both orders. The Convention th. n ? Heaiasd une <?'??. TBI LWH1 l\lvTV STATE CONVIlTIOaf. Itaaci .a, i bur.- laf.Bapt -:. II '?? The Liberty Parti M'-' > ?aal at IS o cloak tin? norm' g at Market Hall, ami after the usual psattariaary naaeas, was '?e.mane.ntiv organ ii.ii in ?.... U.I.I..- J C Uama_*M ct.au-u.in. ?ni II \ ... in Secretary. A l'oiiiiiiitt.eoi Pagi?aa waataoaappotMea, oasa? paaod cl lit : rit M..1.I1, .1 dm Ikaut, Leonard tJibbs, t;. C Nu,il, ?r?l S. II Tuft. Alouimitteeottivowasn'Xt appointe 1 M report nominations. j J. BaaaMaflt. Lawwass aow r.-?e ana -sr.iBi c.l the Kr, e Denim racy as holding tiie niu" princi? ples s? th.? partv Cerril Nmith. t.otn tue Committee on Ke?.i utioaa, th. u crime torwsrd Bad '.?"rud i? ?. na? of rc??lu tioi? 01 the u?ual ?lamp viol "" I'i.lrc?.? Onamotiout.iibit.il.ct. C, Vm'li and r. Doug Is-* were added to tiie Noiiun.itin?. Co.uir.llcc rst resolution was then taken up and adoptad. , , , t Douglass ?poke on the second and third r?solu ??o:? until the hour o! adjourume, :. arrsaaaos >i?.i..n Tbe Convent...n raiieaaiblad ?i I P. M. .in I? Ail?ilici?n aad Mr, Klagaa?) ipafcl on the resolution* gem rally. Qerrii Baaitktksa repUadtoMr. Maaalraa It Lav.rince, aad also l.?l o.ca.-ion to reler tv tho position ???( M. H. Clark, w_s bs Mid ptaead tiiia ?. if oa las Dak lawn plalfcw when as voted for Sei ,t. He had bet n Humiliated bl dim r Bl einvu tionsnt Auburn, wlte h bad mule platf ???: a?, bu' t'i.-re vas M sridsaes IkM Mr. Clark ?teed <>.i aarplat lonn adopted 'In re He ?poke of tho w-int of cuufi t.ci.cc rapoasd La aaek other by AutiSUv.ry m?-. He bad -utlt-r? <l more trom tha? S mee t'i ta from uny other, lie bail Brisked whosi he ?eut to Washing'.?a to ?land well ihm ti Usad well la tin- eve? Bf the ilnilktlldsil. Bad -how them that Anti-Slavery in?B have HUga hearts. that thev w.re men efasMa view* and ol honest purposes. This could only be d me by exhibiting feelings of magnanimity in their treitment ol inch o tin r. He h-vl MM ?atan -.'resented by al? ii,..-t the . ntire press, "political,' " teuiprrauoe.'' ami th.- m pallad "religion., ?so much ?j that hi? most intimate friend* eel uot know he voted on the Nebraska hill. lit nan Otaca *'?id he Smith) had uot acted with this pnrtv of late. ?Hi? further it mark? were not beard, a? hi? back wa? turneil to the rsjMftW ? ?eat | ?li.i.n I liorna? of New-York woul.l nominate Myrort Ilollj (lark, not as a Whig?, hut to a great extent, th? .. | .."-i nt.itivi of the Liberty party. Mr f lark waa not a politician, anil was not'nominated by the Wings merely a? a Whig. He wiis uot on the U V.timore plac lorrn. "but eutertaiiied vii ws similar to thoro of Gerrit Numb. Binab Cr>. B repli, d to Mr. Thorns? and said that Mr. Clark might not stand on the Halt i more plffortn, hut that party seem, il to think bis election w?< ue t ? -Mirv tu save it from dissolution. Had tbe LioercT party t" o nniii in its own ranks tit for a ?tamlard f>??rer r It i ,'t. it must be a vi rv n.irerable party. For In ns.df be looked upon civil ^.m ruinent as n hi! y principle which the American government had wnoaly repu diatad un.) he coulo not act with that QaaaraaMll y? ilh? tit \ lolating the most ?aereo convictions. li.rritSuntli ?aid that wherever!; "1 was thnrewaa civil govern ment, and that when a man ?m in the right with D'*l ba was not responsible for the weaker mis i r ?Mill.. te of those around him. He bad nlu? tr.itnl I i? idea? of civil governinmit by hi? vote? in Cuusissa .lohn Thomas ?nid that Mr. Clark dented Sltvery eoald bo laaaltsi <i, ?> d bald Ikal it aas a aria ? that all the Itiw? in the univers?' could not make legal. CJ.-rnt Smith?How .In yuu know Unit I Mr. Thomas?lie told me si. Mr. Nonti. ? L.-t him t? II the world so. Let him COM beie ?nd preside in my pi?M at the Jerry Uus t m- t tletiratioti ou Saturday, and be will tlie.i ne m/ Hint'. The Nominating Committee then reported as fol? io wit, g Fur Governor, Wm (?minait of New-York- for Liei.t. f.Hi.i < iovernor, Ai itv \\ int. ofdneii? , for 1'iinid Comnitasioi.er, John C. Harri'./ton ofO?wego; lor Mate I'ns.ii bapaoMr, Wm BbapoaMi Mr. 'I hum is uioved to ?mend by ninnina'ing M iron 1 I.I lark l.ir (?...ertior. Lu?:?only MM _M_BM voting in il.e iitlirniaiiv? K. Doii?li.se tii? n moved for tho unanimous nomi? nation of the r. |ire-ct.tativi-ni the uucouatitulinnal ty nf .Slavery, ?? Wm.Iiohiiai i , earred unanimously. (??-ml NuuUi inovcl to sutiatitute Leonard II.bos of Wa.hiriLtti.n Count] for Lieutenant (Iovernor. Mr. Ciiblis ileehned." 'Ihe reuiaiiider of the ticket as reported was then I oiMiiatcit iiiutiiiinously. alicr which the Couverition a< jiiuriied until 7 p. M when f. Douglas? and ? itbers will apenk. TEMPERANCE RATIFICATlo.V MBETDfO AT Al'IICliN. At ni'Hu, Thurmlay. Sept. '.?"', IBM, The Temp?rant ?a Ratifient ?on meeting was nailed to ot.ler to day by Wesley Hai ley of Oueid*. About M person? were present. Hirnin I'litnnm of Nyracuse WM elected President, .1. hn Marsh, Lehan Il-riikin?, and Mr. (.'handler of OraafO, Ni. e-Presidents, ann Prof. McCoy Secretary. A prayer wm tlien aflMSd by the Rev. Mr. Marsh. Mr. llailej denied the charge made against him of hav ing l'or e to the Whig? Mr. VV. H. Hurleii/h followed bim declnrini/tho \N big? had come to tin- Temperan. ?! iiiun and offered a n si.union ratifying tbe MaMatleM of Clark and Raymond. I Cheer? . Mr. Marsh ot iiswego then rase and said, that as TtapMBBM men they knew no Whig?, no Democrats, no partisan? whatever. Mr. laahsd of Krie wished to know whether it waa 'h litad that anything opposed to the resolution should he ..Ihred, or whether it wa* admissitile. He warm? ly oppnaed the nominations. Mr. Davis of lioga aiumailvertod sev.relr on tbe asarasaf Mr. Baaavd, and argad him t?. g.i home to Erie with a ?Maafi of poaea. He also toAMMd se veri Iv on others as not ht to attend Tempurance Cjb ventions. Mr. Nntydgrass ?aid ?t did not become us to cri'.icite other people s motives. He hoped all here would go borneteeling they had done their liegt u> overthrow the men in power, and se?e that this feeling was in? fused into the masses. [Cheers]. Herman Camp asked what good could be done by votini atfairirtt Mr. Raymond ' OoM f^ith demauied ?ubmi-sion to the majority. It would uot do to de? mand antecedents, lie himself would suffer if thsy did, fur he was an old liquor ?eller once. |Laughter.) He then rafand p. It Paul, who he ?aid Had antece? dent? which Ananias objected to, but which the Lord removed, saying, "Behold, he pnyetii. Mr. burleigh. in an eloquent ?tram, urged them to uni..u and ?necee?. Mr. Kellogg ?aid he did not care for antecedente. The question is?" Will Raymond do our work ' Tbe resolut',in was then passed. The President then returned hi? thank? and retired. Mr. Coy then mud. this year tney bad conquered a nomination, next year they would also couquer a reuolutiou. iniKvni,? rtfi' r? mi'.?. The proceedings of the Rat.tioatiou Meeting; this afttrn'.tjn varied very iittle from those of the morn? ing. A larjre mass meeting was held this evening, which ?ii addresived by Mr. Fosborg uf Michigan. THE PENNSYLVANIA HTATE KAIK. Philadilphia, Thuntday. Sept. '?*, 1851. The lair grounds are covered witn au iunn-nto crowd this mornini:. there not oeuig less than twenty five thousand peonie within the inclosure. An unceaninif lino of omnibu?es and Tehicles of every description come down with paasengen, croak? ing the various bridges over the Schuylkifl. 1 lie Railroad cars are .-?instantly crossing crowded to excess. A dense mas? of foot paaacugers are also ou their way to the fair. The State Fair will close on Friday evening. The numbers of visitors fur the enture day to tho Fair have been ?et down at 100,000. An addreee will be delivered to-morrow by Wm. M. Meredith. Tbe " Franklin Inititute" have resolved to hold their usual exhibition of Manufactures and the Me? chanic Arts, in November, in Dr. Jayne's earn moth building in Dock-st., including a portion of a building in Cbesnut-?t.. the two to be connect?*! by a bridge extending aero? Carter-?t- with the mala entra?o?? ta Ctiesn'ii-it.

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