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WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER I.
Hint's Merchants' Magazine ani> Commercial Review. Sep.
timber, 1?4I. TotV.No.3.
' Agricultural Commerce of the United States ' is the sub
; ? t ut' die leading article in this number of Hunt's Magazine,
tt is elaborate, interesting, and the subject one of the Grat
importance. Ii is followed by a paper on the Commerce of
British rridia, viewed in its probable influence on the Pro?
ducts of the Southern States, by 'i South Carolinian ; a nan*
laiiun from the German of a Sketch of Montaussier; an arti?
cle upon Commercial Docks; one upon the Laws relative to
Debtor and Creditor in Missouri, ami a brief paper on the
character'and.operations of the Suffolk Bank System. The
Mercantile Law Department, the Book Trade, the Comraer
i -,i Statistics and Mercantile Miscellanies tire all well filled.
The Magazine has never 1.n more deserving a good support
thnn at present.
A raoso.nv ros Schools; By R. W. Uasxixs, A. M. New-York
Robinson A Pratt, ?I Wall st.
This i? a work designed especially for the :tse of our pri- j
schools and academies, and it appears t? us admirably ;
adapted for this purpose. Arngo's Lectures at the Royal
Observatory at Paris arc adopted as the basis of the treatise,
which is believed by the author to embrace all the leading
principles of the science, and is yet unincumbered by the ;
abstruse mathematical demonstrations which have shut out
previous works upon the same subject from the schools for !
which this is especially designed: Every one must see at ,
teicp thnt no thorough or satisfactory knowledge of Astronomy
can be acquired without a previous acquaintance with the j
principles and details of mathematical science; still many of i
the most prominent facts connected with this great and most '
interesting branch of study may be treasured up, and to some
extent made useful, with no more knowledge of mathematics
llian is embraced in common arithmetic; and it is most desi
ta'ile that to this extent at lew Astiouo ny should bo pur-uod
ia our common schools!. We have seen no work so well cal
> lied to render this service to the cause of popular educa?
tion us this of Mr. Haskins; and while it will not interfere
at all with the more elaborate treatise of Sir John Berschel!,
,ts adoption will he of derided advantage to the primary
- boola throughout the land;
Tat Farven Companion : consisting of Familiar Conversations, u>e
ful to those learning the French Language ; By M. De Bouillon.
New-York i W. E. Deuu, 2 Ann si.
This i-i the second edition of a work well known as among
ibe best manuals for the acquisition of the French tongue.
All the phrases in familiar use are here collected, and with
so farthei knowledge of the language than may l?- here ac?
quired, oue would have little difficulty in conducting anyor
tCT* 'The Young People's Book." No. 1 du September,
just issued by Israel Post, is an elegant cheap magazine.
In embellishments mo excellent?the opening plate superb.
Among the contributors air Mrs. Sigourney, Dr. Reyncl
Fcate?, Dr. J. K. .Mitchell, and others known to the read
Tur: Last Cruise.?The Buffalonians are titling up the
barque Detroit, which was captured from the British in the
last War und was condemned and laid up last season, hsr a
Voyage over Niagara. She will be furnished with a crew ol
re animals, and will make the fearful launch on the 10th of 1
September, the anniversary of the Victory which guve her
into American hands. Several attempts of this kind have
been made before; but it is expected that this will be far
tiie most interesting exhibition of the kind that has ever
Revolting Cruelty.?On the -d ult. a child was found
ia the woods near Milan, 0. so much exhausted and bitten
bj insects thnt it died in n short time. On the 11th a child
?as missed in Greenwich, twenty-four miles distant, Upon
a .liict examination it wus proved that the one found was
the one lost, and its mother, Mary Godfrey; with its *uj>
poscd lather, Jonathan Cole, have been committed to jail for
tri-il for the inhuman murder. The wretched woman in Court,
after some hesitation, recognised the child.
Kentucky.?The Finnk.f'iit Commonwealth states that
the tfouse of Representatives in that State will contain 77
?Vhigs and 'Jll Loco FoCOS, and the Senats? will be composed
": 29 supporter* and 9 opponents of the Administration, thus
giving a clear Wlii? Ma jority on joint ballot of 74.
KT The- Chronicle, published at Whitehall in this State,
and the Freeman, at Columbus, Ohio, have hoi.ted the flag
for Hcan Clay for next President of the United States.
Ssrrostu Mi'KDEit.?Some three weeks since. Mr. W. B.
C ook, t aptaiu of a fishing-smack at Baltimore, went on a
? ?hing expedition with several of his crew. Since that time
nothing has been heard of him, though his crew returned with
the vessel. One of them, a negro, named Pearson, has been
arrested and committed to jail for trial for his murder.
State Pius.?. Monopoly.?a Meeting of the Mechanics
of Buffalo was hold on ihe 2Gth ult. Resolutions strongly
,vr..s..d to the odious State Prison Monopoly were adopted",
and twelve Delegates appointed to the Stale Convention to
be held at Albany to-day,
r The Galena (III.. Gazette says that the investigation
no the affairs of the Miner.il Point Bank ptoves it to have
been a swindling affair of the first water. R. C. Knapp has
been committed 10 jad in default of $120.000 bail The
amount found in Iiis possession will probably reader the bills
ol the Bank worth 70 cents en the dollar.
HCT The Buffalo Commercial Advertiser highly compli
meats the Court of Errors for their industrious application
to business during their recent Session in ihat city.
\JT Hon. Will iant Scott has been appointed by the Governor
Judge ot the Supreme Court in Missouri, and John W. Mor?
row, Judge of the First Judicial Circuit, iti his place.
" I deuire yon to n-nderatand the true pr
The Bankrupt Law.?Mr. Henderson, the Senator from
Mississippi who introduced the bill into the Senate and care?
fully advanced it through the various stages, in a letter pub- j
lished in the .National Intelligencer expresses these views as
to the probability of future amendments. &c.:
" I venture to express the opinion from the diversified views
of Members as to the derails of such a bill, that no material
amendment which mtiv be suggested will succeed, if offered
I at die next Session. This diversify of opinion seems to oriri
I nate from the perplexing nature of the power its?-lf, as con?
tained in the Constitution, and the prejudice it encounters
from its palpable conflict with State laws. The power con?
ferred is di-iinn and specific; and it is equally clear that
Congress should exercise the power, or abandon it to the
States. Vet. near half a century lias transpired and this
power has remained dormant, in despite the oft-repeated
efforts of our ablest statesmen. This Congre-. has sur?
mounted the obstacles so long insurmountable, k ha
wrought much in this achievement: ought any to complain
that we have not done more?
" Let your correspondent then he content. Let the op?
pressed de'otors of our land possess their souls in patience.
Let them hail this result, as, to them, tho most glorious of |
the triumphs of 1310. A few of our opponents aided man?
fully in this accomplishment; but. fur weal or woe, the
measure is essentially Whitr. Its Messinc- wiii extend to
the homes nnd hearts of thousands, when ai! other measures,
without this, could have afforded no relief. Not only will
the ?trong mm of intellect ami enterprise rise up disenthralled
from the burdens and bondage whic h sunk him to the earth,
but the oppressed spirit of weaker Woman shall be ons ?led
and her virtue shielded, and the cheerless prospect of infan?
tile helplessness shall brighten under the vivifying energies
of this law. Touched by its inspiring wand, rndostry will
start up with a new impulse ; the State and sor-iofy will have
reclaimed the citizen t*. bis usefulness, and morality shall
promoted by dispensing with the tempting necessities for dis?
honest evasion and conceulmenr.
" With the law, then, as it is, f am gratefully content:
And I hopefully commend to our debtor constituents to abide
with submission the speedy approach of the day of their d< -
liverance. John Henderson."
For The Tribune.
Election Nuisances.?Mr. Editor: For many year,
pa-t our city has been disgraced by many of the polls at out
elections being located in or next to bar-rooms, alias grog?
shops, through which it became uecesssary for voters to pass
either on their entrance or exit from the premises.
As the time has arrived when arrangements foi tie- fall elec
lion are about being made, I wish to call the attention of those
whose duty it is to designate the places at which polls shall
be established, to the subject, in the hope that the evil ma)
be amended. In no other city that I bave visited ,1 ies ibis
practice; prevail. Many decent and orderly citizens, and es?
pecially tho.e who are infirm, ate by this means kept away.
The practice lend* to much intemperance ai d riot and should
henceforth he abolished. Doubtless hundreds of places may
In- found in each wmd free from this objection.
Do, Mr. Editor; suggest to our authorities to prevent a re?
currence ol this abominable nuisance,
For the Tribune.
Temperance ani?-the Arts.?Mr. G.:?As you have
copied an article from the Evening Post which I wrote on
the subject of associating tho Fine Arls with the cause of
Temperance, I presume that you would have no objections to
a continuance of the subject. Now the iirst impression to he
made on the public and on the Arti-t loo, is. that n commer?
cial spirit should I?; infused into the Arts, that profitable and
praise worthy means should be instituted to that end.
It is notorious that France, under a systematic plan, lm.
the dominion of the world in this matter, and that the solo
cause is the wise application of judicious means to the at?
tainment of no grand and profitable n result, I am not one
of those who believe thai the tyros in painting in our city are
to rival ' La helle Fiance ;' but, ns France was a tyro herself
once, may wo not hope that with such powerful inducements
in out country we too may attain a position in this branch, of
nit and industry as creditable to our character as it is ron
geiiitil to our tastes and feelings.
Should it be alleged that the project would be likely to
turn out unprofitable, and thai the general ill success in a
pecuniary point of view, which has ever been the concomi?
tant of tho artist, is sufficient proof. I answer that this opin?
ion is of no weight, inasmuch as it is derived from premises
which it is our design to subvert. To capitalists we would
say that they cannot look on the vast amount of to lent and
material employed in the ait? without perceiving the neces?
sity and advantage of a systematic organization. T. \V. W.
Affair "i Dishonor.?Meter*. Editor*:?Is not an
assault, with an intent to kill, an indictable Offence .' Can?
not tho Grand Jury of the County, where the peace was
lately broken by two persons, who endeavored to commil ihe
double crime of murder and suicide, have them tried tor
breaking the law 1 Why should not an attempt to commil
murder, in cold blood, be punishable by Inw. as well as an
attempt to do the same under the excitement oi the moment
in a drunken brawl at a tavern ? Confinement in the Peni?
tentiary or Lunatic Asylum might be serviceable to the par?
ties and t;ive them and the community a better idea of
Our sentiments precisely ;?Ed. Tr.
APPOINTMENTS BY THE PRESIDENT.
By and with the ndrice und consent of the Senate.
CitARt.k.s S. Todd, of Kentucky, Envoy Extraordinary
and Minister Plenipotentiary to Russia.
Daniel Jenifer, of Maryland, Envoy Extraordinary and
Minister Plenipotentiary to Austria.
Thomas B. Pottinoer, Marshal for the District of Mary
rvOTETAJULING MACHINES.?A fen of them useful
I " Mnchines are non for sul.- on.1 can be itfii in operation s: the
Loco-Fort? Msti b Factorv, 41 Stautun >t. nuSS 6*
LKEE AI?It* 1,1 ED by ilr.s. SARAH E. HARPER
No. -is Veeey-at. wko ha., bad u.any years' experience tu the bum
OOS?. >e2l <r
BROIV.'V ?IIKETI.MJM?10? bales Chesterfield ? Factory
Brovsi: Sheetings for sale bv
aui:i PKRSrsR A R ii Ol >K> <-l Liberty -t_
rpo CO CVt'KY JIER1UAMS -i .-. t Hooka at
A wholesale, cheap for caah, bv
?uSI Im* F. R. lill.l.KSriF.. Arent, 25 (late 111, Job I --t.
1 Mil RKAMS Isrr- luiperml PriHtinr Paper for .si-: !>y :>7
lt'U inches?(size and quality of the Folio Nen V rker.) It *
tie sob! cheap for cash. Apply to the Editor of this >>s,;>cr. nil 111'
ljal.-A.VrEK.??' BANK, j!so trricultur..! Bai.k Notvs to
I Nsl wanted at aunrove.1 rates bv
iv-Wtf VAIVVLKCR liKOTHF.RS. d> Wsll-.trret.
IIJAKTIN' ?v. k.v|.'lt>.n?t'keet>. ceu-U:...
C" "RASH?SO bales, for s ilc by ORLNNELL, MIN fORS * C<'.
ED BACK MONEY on all the R ??tei at par for
Dry Goods. No j|iiitein?iit in prices, tsl lireeiiwich st. auK' 1 :u
F1AO CALICO PRINTERS?One bale of n. ! ? -
1 pines, for sale by PKRSSF. .* HKOOKS. til Li.Wt> .-L aulT J
BEKtlAKD, CORN DOCTOR, acquaints his
llist he h.i_s rentosod from HI RroodWttV t.. t\ Murr; v-st. au'.T it
AI l.Mli I..* IS KM F.?MS) bale-, lor -ale by
Jl au34 IJIUN.NKI.I.. MINTTRN A CO 7S :
BO A K I>?Pleasant rooms, with board, cu
Cedar-street, near lireeiiwich. ants' In'
RED BACK MONEY' on atluV Bank- tak-a at j-sr for
l?rv (;,??is. wholesale au.l retail, at 411 Ibarl-t. jj:i9 1su
, CASKS PK1.\TE 1> MlXOXS just received am for
j * sale cheap by [nu2si o. IL LEL, 51 Ceilar-.t.
RE ?Sil A SH EETl >"? S?Reached and Crown, per bale,
far aale by C. C. HAVEN, -'a Pice-st_anltoodtf
VACAflf iTOT T?TsET-No. ?09 and 31V Ftnnklin-at
i .^P^e^oninitnediatrlv. Inquire at 4lte< W??hinglnn-st- au*. Im'
i I) ED BACK MONEY on all tho Baaks taken at p.u for
1 *v Dr> Go*i*, wholesale and rtiuul. at4? Pesxl-?L jyl? Ira'
In ci pi en of the Gorcrsmeai. I winh them carried
WEDNESDAY HOR\I\G. SEPTEHB
MR*. TAP?n'?TT wishes t* inform her pupils, and the
public, thai lie.- SCHOt IL k ill be re-oper.e.1 on Wednesd it, toe
Ut September. Circular- with terms, may he had by applyinc at
.Mr?. T.'s residence, 91 Walker-n. near Broadway. aui- I*
Mis*. I NI>EKIIILI. ?i sit'II O OI.,KOR V?ING
LAD1E5. at No. 366 Raft Brindway. wjll re-open on Monday,
?Ith September, where all the brauche? of a thorough Enshsh Educa?
tion will tie taiirhL Term?. and ?ytem upon waich the School is
conJucted. mud*- known oa applisati.n. su30 St*
.1 R?e. BIBKOU'!?'.? WEMLXARvTs'.i Hudson-st,
-'.I re-open en Monday. September 6th. Terms, references,
<lce. may be obtained on application. an3n fit'
PKK.\( II LANGUAGE?MANESCA'S ORAL
s SYSTEM ?'I he subscriber i- about /oncine an evening c a.-.-, to
comm. uee oa the loth Sept. Gentlemen wishing to pursue the study
of the French upou the highly approved system of her father, will
please eall and leare their address. Ladies' classes and private in?
struction during the day. L.MANESCA DURAND,
t- oil -t No. y;t Wime st.. East of Broadway.
7~*l>MMaSRi. I t L EDTA'ATION -The undemgnedwill
receive on the 1st September n-xt. a cia-s of young centlemeu
to whom. Purine a daily se,.jr.n of four hour-, he will devote his ex?
clusive attention. They will be instructed in the principles and prac?
tice of Book-keeping, in Commercial Arithmetic, embracing the mo.t
ready calculations of Interest, Etrhange. and Equation of Pavm?nts.
and e.e.-y pains will be taken to sei are the attainment of a free busi?
ness hand writir.?.
The exercises performed by this cla?s in the arrangement of ac?
count- ?-ill embrace a lar^? amount of the details of business, as
eroh student will continually bare charge of a full set of account
books. Application received at the Rooms, 1-3 Broadway.
Teacher of Merchants' Accounts and Writing.
Just published, ami fur sale at the rooms as ab.ee, "Jones's Princi?
ples and Prnct'ce of Bo k-keej mg."
"Thi- is tlie work of one ? ho h u had Din h experienc". both s= an
aenuntant and i teachi r of book-keeping. The plan of it is such.thai
while it b ad- the student to a full and thorough knowledge of the
important principles oftbe iirr. it leaves him at liberty, in pi-rcti.-.. to
appiy them to the details ia such i manner as shall best suit his in
geauity. Any one who has sufficient comprehension to gra?p the
priocipl.fa subject can eiisilv undent ind this b->ok.
mi It_ [V V. Jnnr. Cora.
V??I >t. I.Ali.L\.STITCTE,atNew-Vork.
rstHE MI.-S..S HAVEN'S receive young ladies a- boarding and
1 day scholars at the residence of their father, R. Uaveas, Esq.
No. 33 Lafayette Place, New-York.
Their course of instructioii embraces nil the usual brauche, of Eng
Mab Education, including Biblical ttudies; also, Latin. Greek, Italian,
German, am! ornamental branches, a. desired by parent.. Particular
siteution is given to iastroeiion in French.
Their Fall Term eonuw ncei Si ptember 13th, but pnpd? will be re?
ceived at any time.
Farther information may be obtained by oimmuuication adi're.sed
to themselves'as above, or to their father at his office, No. M Wall?
Th-<y also rrfer >o the following gentlemen i
Chancellor Walworth, Saratoga, New-York.
lion. Ambro-e Spencer. I.von,. Wayne 1 o.
Hon. Henry Huntington, Rome, Oai ida Co.
Rev.?.. Spring. D.D. New Vork City.
Hon J. Pbnlip. Pho ,nx. do.
llou Ii. B. Tallmadge, do.
Col. Elisba Je.ikin-, do.
Daniel Lord, Jr. E-q. do.
Burr Wakctnan, Esq. do.
Messrs. T. D. A T W. Porter, principal- of the Washington
Institute, N. Y.
If--., s. II. c. v. D.D. Brooklyn, New-York.
Lucius C. Duncan Esq. New-Orleans.
Ja- n. Loverich, F q, :,n-> tf
<T. I.OI'ii CLASSICAL AND CODl.TIER
?J CIAL INSTITUTION, AT NEW-BRIGHTON, STATEN
ISL IND.?The public are respectfullyinfor.1 that the above named
Institute, situated in one of tin- mo-; salubrious und f i-hiimnhle parts
of New-Brighton, i< now in successful operation under the immediate
charge of EUGENE BURNAUD, and the luperihtemlance of Dr.
The branches taught in this Institution nre tie- English ami r. .?lern
languages. Matberjnties, pure and mixed, Geograph*., Natural Phi?
losophy, and Natural History, In short. Students are here prepared
for the coun'ing-bouse or for en trat ce at any of the Universities in
ih" Halted Suite, or abroad.
While thfl cultivation ul the mi.id is regirded. the constitutional
health is not neglected, but every opportunity is given to the student
by gymnastic exercises and scientific walks aroand the heautifnl lo?
calities ofStataa Island, to strengthen the health nf the body w hile the
nieuiiil faculties are expanded, and s> the French and Spani-h
languages an- spoken in the Institution, and taught on Manesea's
system, an excellent opportunity i- offered to Americans to acquire
these languages thoroughly.
The. terms for Tuition, Boar.l. Washing, Mending, etc., are $*0(i
per annum, payable s. mi-annuall) ih advance. No extra chargedar
For details of pl.ni of tui'ioH, ie., .ee prospectus, winch maybe
found with the following geutlomon, to whom it is permitted to
His Excelleaey Don Pedro de Argaiz, Minister Pleaipotentiary of
her Catholic Majesty in Washington,
His Excellency Don A. Calderon da la Bare a, Ambassador ofber
Catholic Majesty in Mexico.
Messrs. Pater Hsrmoov St Co.. Piesbis &? Manzanedo, J. flranja,
Esq., A.Patrullo Esq., F. Del Ilm,,. Esq., Dr. A. Sidney Donne,
Officer or Health of the Port of New-York; Thos. E. Divis. Esq.,
a'oha Iseliu, Esq., J. N. Reynolds, Bsq . W. ROddie,Petit de hilli-r,?.
1 Scnsinrtry for Youn^ Lladieu.?At 33 Rivington-st.?
This Institution will be re-opened on Monday the 30th nut. Suita?
ble instructors are engaged for each Department,
A Select SIiimiI for Boys, is al,n eooneetod with the Institution, but
entirely--parate from the Female School. Particulars givon on ap?
plication. au27 im V.THOMPSON, Principal.
1 Itoardin*; und l>ny Mi-lioo! fwr young Ladies, No.
\6i Henry-Street, lir-i itoor below COutnn-streei.?Miss SAtiAR and
Mus HALLOW will re-open tl.eir school on Monday, the 6th of Sep?
tember. Circulars containiui a full etatemeat of the principles on
which the school is conducted, the course of ihstrnetion, terms ami
references, may be obtained oh application. au'27 \ w
Tlie .tli??ew t'olre* Young Ladies' Boading and Day
School, No. --ul E is-. Bros Iwar, will opes oa the 30th day of August.
A thorough course of English for Young Ladies. Also, and Infant
Department. Music Lessons to Ladies isi or out of the School. i'S, if
1 English mmI ClrssnicRl ."School, No J-7 Bowery, be?
tween Second and Third-streets.?Mr. HYSLOPSSchool ?ill re-open
on Mi lull.v, Ih" :tOth in-t.. under tue supervision of himself nml Mr.
J. P. CHAMBERLAIN, as Associate Principal.?Application may be
made at the School, or .ill Bmome-sr. auS6 6t*
The S?<-Iiool? of laennms. Km.I. at 374 Pe irl-street, 71
Division-st. end 417 Houston-*!, will be re-opened after the vacation
on Monday, Aug. 3'). Term* mivierr.tr. For particulars inquire at
the respective institutions. At the btier place will be opened a de
partmeut for YoiiLg Ladies uuibr she care of Mi? S. J. Rssa.
J. W. B AND. > .
aUUm* AARON RAND, J
Mm. and 91 ins Hollo?'? Hoarding rtnd Day
Mrliool, No. II Amity -t. a few diM.r, west of Broadway, N. York.
Tin- Pall Term will commence September l-u Private Classes in
French. Mii.ic. Drawing, Painting. Oil Painting. Geology, Physio
logy, and Paley's Natural Theology illustrated, with ?mubie sppara
tns and drawings, will be continued at betetofbre, under the direc?
tion of approved teachers.
t'irculurs may be obtained on inquiry.
3 r An Assistant pupil is wauled in the School, apply a? above.
'll>!l AL TM TIO S ON" Til E FI A N O
?FORTE ORGAN, SINGING, COMPOSITION, dec
J a? I jlMr. Si Mrs. BROWNE, (with theirdaugbter. Mist Ac
ctsrv Bkownf.j beg leave to announce to the Ladies of -New York
and lt? vicinity that, after several ioj'-' sbrence, they have rcturuerl
to tbis city to resume their Professional Practice, and have uken a
bouse Ne. 700 Broadway, corner of Fourth-**.
Ladies desirous of obtaining Tuition, cither on the system of the
celebrated Logier, or by the common mauuur, may be attended at
their residence, or at the Academy. 7lS' Broadway. Refe-ences are
numerous, and ?f the very highu-t respe, lability. All Miss Augu-ia
Browue's Musical Compositions for sale?' The Americas Bo-)Uet' and
? L'Henri Gallope ' ju?t pHbRsbed, and may al-o be had -t Mr. Israel
P.?t's sS Bowery, aud Mr. G. F. II. Young'-. Clinton Hall, corner of
Beekman and Naasan-strtets. and a*, the Music Stores. au3 tf
PICKLE?! ! PICKLESOrlen received forOsborn's
Assorted PICKLES iu Gallons, Haives sad Usart... in the usual
packsg.-. C.tsups. Sauces. Ac. at JOHN BROACH'S,
au?itf CP Fulton-sl. tear Front.
V.?sTAN HO I'll, in .?.i or and i handsome spp<
for -ale ut Taf.frsaiU. riroact-ray Price $75?cosl $-J7C. If
lion. So'd for want i
(*09IPOSITION- ROLLERS*, of the b.-t n..:tr
J quality, and of all ia-: st in" I mire of the New World. 30
Ann-st lnqaire of Mr. J. W. RICHARDS, ia the Press Rjom
DUSSIA <|V I! i s A*t!) KtO LEATUtil-i
l\. few bales ot each, fi? sale by C. C. HAY EN.
_ aul6eodtf_*_2S Pine-street
PR I NT IX ? " P A P E IS_Printing Paper, of :? 11 c-.a itaes ind
rdsres. cocstantly on hand and for sale by
jyuo PERSSE A BROOKS, ?l Liberty ?t_
JEST REt KI VE 13. ii i a-e- A i.APACHES, tub- -old at re
duc-d pi i. es, by ; su&l_O. IL LEE..U Ceoar-?L
LOOK AT TIII!"T?Pocket books, the cheapest in the city,
at wholesale. E. R. GILLESPIE. Agent,
au-*7 Im* bate 13 John sf_
'PRE LOCOMOTIVE ? YAXKEE C tBD PBE-ls,'
I '> and 70 Nassau- su (one door from John,, prints even- variety
of Card?, at prices ranging from $1 75 per 1000 upwards. atS-Ani
sold before the I3i.lt September, it - ill then be -old at public auc
3. SoM for want of use. au.o 3t*
out? I ask nothing ro?re ???HA?at?c>?.
(CR 1. 1>-1I.
Let eyerf FilflLY visit the ft
NEW AND SUBLIME EXHIBITION"
THE AMERICAN ACADEMY CF FINE ARTS,
?Thru doors hetou the Astor Honst.,
A GRAND AND NOVEL EXHIBITION OF THE
IFALLS OF NIAGARA.
! Tiie Public are respectfully Informed that an extensive and acctuat
GEOLOGICAL., RIO DELL ED \ IEW
the greatest curiosity l\ the world:
baa beeiuaftcr.?, innc scri.-s of eAieriraenrs. so completed is toeiye e
moat iccorate leaofthUgwatwork of/Nature. The application of
R. K A Is W A T E R
In a Panor.mi v !?? La I i he FIRST TIME, introduced In this, as the
i idfspensahte its to maketlie subleel iiertcct It Is seen pishing
over, rocks and pn t|dccs,and ndngllng with Urn river below. Every
House, Br Igi lud K 1 attach) ' to Its location .? & Ith fully re pre
centeil In few and coloring The leflernon of objects on "he besom
of the river produ ed bj Heal Water, s.ves .1 pleasing illusion to the
whole scene,and conveys a most accurate idea of the FsIIj and neign
This .Meie; covers THREE HUNDRED Square Feet.
01*EN, DL'ltlXC 1 "Ir: DAT. from i" to .'. and from 3 to 9. IN THS
r.\ ENING rnmi?to 1? tit 101a-.
At the Evening Exhibition, the curtain will be drawn precisely at S j
ADMITTANCE, rents Season Tickets, Zo cents -Children un?
der ic years "t age, Half Price.
Frtrr.t the Editor of the Sen>York Ettsnfi r Star.
Siatara fa"* - We were verj - ? ?? >blj surprised last evening, on a
vii ? toil -exhibition In Barclay Street,to observe with what fidelity
aa,i truth the Ani.sthasdlsplayi 1 nature in tbe desfen and txecuson
of this work Th ? create h ? are has ueen taken to preserve 'lie locali?
ties , (prlncli.' jeets of aura ttion about the PALLS 1 ind on) who
i? familiar-with the scenery 111 the nelttbborhood of Nhupinviuay well
Tue v this to be a miniature ami roosl perfect resemblance 'I theercat
original The hold precipitous ledees of rock. Goat Island, and ihe
ml tlitv msblng of the inany waters, ire well am! truly depicted 1 white
ihcaitirkl il noise ? f the itaia t, not onl ? bears the semhUnce or na
uirehai is a boost lenfenhur Those who have never rial ted sittcara
Fallt ?ill be enabled, on viewing this exhibition, to funn a correct Men
of their enunteur and macninVen.-e. while the-e u> whom they are
Tamlltar. will be wi : repaid the trouble of a visit, by tbe novelty and
ftnkitu; resemblance manifest throughout the scene.
Ul ll.l.s_I'h lbs riberrespc tfully bega leavi to inform his
friends and ike public that be !ia^ pn band, 4111 i- constantly re?
ceiving, larac invoices of Quills, winch he olTers for sal,! at redac-ii
prices, wheje?iUc and retail. Country merchants would do well ic
call, before purchasing euMiwkei'. at
_ je.>_' if A. tfeK EACHINE'S, iy, Pearl-?t.
H OODEa' AND WILLOW WAKE.?The under
?V sigued olTerfor sale at wnolessleund retail. Bn.i-, Tubs,
Pails, Brushes, Mats, and Baskets of every description. Cords, Cor
dag?, couiiii taiui; u general useonment, ami offered for snle low hv
MKKKKR A SHAW. I'.m W,i-lin.'toii..t.
an 17 Im opjiosite. the Market
OADDLEUV MAjKDWAEtEj COACH FlUMMINUS
arc.?Th- subscriber is ? llins on very favorable term* a general
assortment of (soods in the above line.?i-tu tr in pan of Plated.
P.r.i--. Japan and Tinned Bits, Ham es and Buckles, Uogskins, Saddle
Tn.Conch Lumps, Conch nnd linr Bauds, Ixles, Sprincs, Steps,
Boot Pop I.eaiher, Ac. Ac. JOHN..-.. &UUMER8,
ntiT l?i.:lwn? 130 AVuer -Ire.O.
piIEAPl CHEAP! CnSAP! at JAMISON ft JER
v Vis's Cheap Engraving nnd Printing Office. A Visiting < lard
Plate engraved and fifty Cards for only ?l SO. All oilier Engraving
st one hnlf Ihe usual price. I'h- ise call and examine .|? i i.ie.i -. No.
4!'} Conrtlnnd st, corner Greenwich. nuSS Im
?fATER POWER TO LET. Wate P. arith lav
It p|e ro on use 1 in inbsjantial buildings standing on tide water
on the North River, seveu hours run from Now-York. Freight from
thence lb this citj 6s to -- per ton. Apply 10
WILLIAM BRADFORD, .Unit,
un to r,t I t Spruce -tr. et ?> 1 story, New-York.
prervcli Aint> AinsKiCAiv ??Ai?s:ie 11 iivi;
I ISGS and Borders for sale cheap, nl the llnit-.-.J Sutss Paper
Hanginc ?ml Rand lion Warehnase,65 Canal-stroet, near Broadway,
New-York. Rooms papered in the nentust manner.
?u43m JOSHUA BROWN. ?5Cnnnl-street
CROCKERY.?100 BOWERY.?MERUITTS St PAGE
would rail the i.tl.oition of the Fuldlc to tbrir exteusive Mock o
plain out ru h Glass, China, Ac. A :, at their store. No. 100 Kowerl
and 336Grnnd-st. Prices moderate. uulli Im*;.
D1 I.NSi AM) Pttl XTnC KSlAIJt.lSJSlIK'yi'!'.
Onlce No 111 William, corner of John-ttre* L? All '? indaofSilk,
Cotton and Woolen (Jooii- dyed, restored aud dressed, including la
die-' und gentlemen's garments, -uch as Itres-e?. Costa, Shawls,
Crapes. Velvets, Ribbons, Merinnes, Hosiery, Caasimeres, Carpet..
Km:-. Piano and Tshle Cover. Window Shades,Ac. .ve. aulii 1111 ?
rkAY'ia im PROVE O s?tEET lit til'.v.ic Q
if SIIOKS?5,000 pair Ludi.V and Gentlemen'a for sale. The
upper- of tto- truly elegant Over-sho , made from the Rubber as na
ported from South America, in .sheet., sr.- exceedingly elastic, the
same shoe adjuating itself to every width of foot, softer than French
kid and iKaiie over htsts of the most approved Broadway fashions. Tue
bottoms or soles of leatiier laid between the rubber, are joined to
itetliT -o securely a. to be perfectly ??ater proof. These Shoes have
be-n tned thoroughly the past winter, and given gw era! satisfaction
Every pair warranted not to decompose, or the uppers to loosen from
the ..ole-. The trade are invited to exau ing these and n general as?
sortment of India K?hner Shoes, now in orlrr for the fall tr.ule.
HORACE 11. DAY, Successor to Roxbury I. R. Co.,
suS 2m I i<> Maiden-lane.
PRINTIA'As J "V. 2?. - I subscriber who s s practical Prin
ter, tinv 1 hit for more than twi nty year, heen engnged In the man?
ufacture uf Pnninur Ink, during nbich lime it baa.been used eaten
1 sively in many of the btrgest printing oatabBabments in the United
! Stales, and stven general satisfaction. He respectfully -eiicit? a cntin
uance of the y itronageofhts typographical brethren. Having latetj
'. built a new a.id .-ularc^d Bnuufactoijr, on Front-street, between
Montgomery and Gorerneur-streeta, East liiver, he is enabled to -ap
: ply those w ho may favor him itli their custom, w ith IS rood Ink a
can be procured in :l,e (Jutted States, of unchangeable c,,|,.r. and on
rensonable lerm.. The ',i.k I- well calculated to work on the coapo
1 siiion roller,and all des? riptions ef presses now |a u?e.
Ordersdirtcte.ltot.il- subscriber's residenc? 135 Green-street, or
left at the manufactory, ???:! !?? punctually attended to.
New.York, July ???. lrll. (jyg) 2m) GEO. MATHER.
PLEASURE IN >ts:.\VI.NG by the use of CHAPMAN'S
MAGIC RAZOR STROP, wrTJl winch every persou may keej
; his razor in perfect order, wl.ether at sea or on land. It presen's
four faces, each of titfrr-i.: aharpening properties, crnmencin? with
th" aietallic Hone, of ten times tie power of the ordinary hone, and
1 finis'un? on the simple cait'--kin. R< t ul jinees .'SI ceut?, "? cents
I $1 00, $1 9S, anl Jl re) each, accordmr to -i/e and outward finish
Tie: performing pari of a 73 cent Strop the -w a- oue at $1 50.
! CHAPMAN. Il>j William-st. I
N. E. Tbe pa formier part of my 73 cc us Stop ?irrauled to he I
superior to Geo. Sana !er,' best, at $.'t each, and the money returned !
rf ihe purchaser r?? dissatisfied. iv.lf 3m
\NT GENTLEMAN my beiastantljr relieved fmrn all pirn du
riae tbe o(,er-.tioD of ?bavisg.by applying hi. razor to the ME?
TALLIC TABLET RAZOR STROP invented by G. Saunder?,
wiiich supersedes the ne-cssity of a hone, and by which ihe most un
st'lful can always produc a? keen ai d snin.-i'b an edre s. th* razor
cbuld by any poswibility exhibit under the most experienced Hand.
It is the only et'eeiutal mean, which the art of nt.ni has vet davis-ed
for civlnf to everv one an opportunity of suiting hi.- razor to bis chin
* ith the same certainty as li>- can men-1 a n?r to ?H't his o?u lisnd,
wbicu any isertta will be shown by bringtnv a dell razor and tiytnr
the tablet before purchasing.
Retail pr.ee fcl and ?
This Strep !ia? b<;cn in extensive use for taelast 25years, daring
which time :t? proprietor has received certificates of its great u'ilite
from "one of the mc?t scieulifc eeniietnen in th? country ; the deci?
de.! superiority of tLi. artic- above all other, is well endorsed by the
duTerent F^ir? of tbe American le-'-itnte?UavniK n-ver failed reel iv
ibj the premium when exhibited for competition.
&.SAUNDER3, 1?3 Br^dway.
A choice 'election of Perfumery. Cutlerv, and all articles b^loajicr
to the Toilette. aaU 2w
Rl ?-J-IA AMI) PRimt BBIaTLEa. , -.
?>ru. for sale, per cask, by C. C HAVEN,
aalfjeotitf Pine-st. I
OFFICE N O. 3 0 A X N - S T.
VOL. I. SO. I'23.
-% \EvV.VOKK, ALBANY AMD TBOY
? STEAMBOAT LINE.
for Albany, f on the fbot of Kurc!av-?tre-:t.
T?r TROT.?.Wedsesday McrnmgaL7o!elock.
TuvaL'WN'y.Th.;r-.:-iv Morning ?i 7 o'clock.
a-'rorm the ioot ol" l'ori!n?ill-??'rel.
?IMSWALLOW.Wednesday Afterm-en at So'dock.
The SWALLOW.Friday Afternoon at 5 o'cloofc._
^?_oi*t,e*?? lin-is oWriAMBOAT?
?*? for alb An:
The n?w and commodious steamboat .VORTH
AMERICA. Ca;iL M. Ii. Truesdell. leaves the stoani ?
Lout I i" Ntweeii Cm tl.oi.lt ????( l.ihcrtv s'reets
THURSDAY AFTERNOON, a.-rast II, at 5 o clock .
For freigr-t or sausage appiv , n Wmr.: or to
P. C. SCHULTZ at ?.<,* oiTtce on th? wharf.
BTBNXNC3 LEV* OF ?teauboats.
Leaves the Pier between Coert!aadt and LU>erty-sts, the .tcunboai
SOUTH AMERICA, Capt L. W. Brainard, ieaves the above pur
Monday, Wedaesdai aad Friday, at 7 o'clock.
The ROCHESTER. Cant. ?. P. St. John, Tuesday. Thursdsy
ami Saturday nt 7 o'clock, P. M.
For paseag.i or freight, apply to
_' _P. C. SCHULTZ, at the ofT.ce. or on hoard.
FOB ?HBKM's|il'Bi->l ?/".VFR .4 RR a VGEMIcyf
FoR LONG BRANCH, OCEAN HOUSE, RUMSOM DOCS
MIDDLETOWN, AT BROWN'S DOCK A UEL> RANK. >
s fgsao s-a The steenboat 08IR1S, Cspt.J. U. Allaire, win
bgTjS*" ? 'au u follows lease Fulton Mark*! slip. East River,
1 every Monday morning, at ?i o'clock; Tuesday,
W-.ilues.lay. rhnrsdsy, Friday, and Sunday, at t! o'clock, A. M., sod
Saturday, at I-o'clock, noon.
Returning, leave Rod Bank at balf-past 1 o'clock, rverv day, (es
cept Monday) at 10 o'clock. A. ML, aad Saturosy, at 4 P. M.
The boat will run (?- .t on. tn.nl farther noliao, navigation and
weathei pet Kitting. N. B.?All freight and barrage at the n?k of tna
owners tnereof, jyy^m
. . POWELL A t O'St. LIN I .
a> C5**** I* FOR NEWBURGH, LANDING IT etil'
WELL'S, W EST POINT a COLD SPRINGS -
The stoamboat HIGHLANDER, Captain Robert
Wardrop. will leave the foot of Warren-.treet. Nrw-Ysrk, every
Monday, Thursday, an.; Saturday aftrruoou. ?: 4 o'ch-ek.
Returning, the HIGHLANDER will htave Newburrh every Mon?
day morning it b o'clock, and Tuesday and Friday afternoon nt 5
For freight or passage, apply to tri" Csptain on board.
N. B.?All baggage, and freight of every description, and bills, or
specie, put an bouru this boat, must i?e at the risk of the owners
thereof unless ? bill of biding or receipt is >igned fbrthesamew jy*.'?l
IfUBAT ATTstAt' l'IOiSl'.l
/?7?i_- FARE REDUCED:?IOJ cent, u mid from Har
V^sF^Ty^ri'^ !'''''? The proprietor embraces the earliest wpportu
'?'?' *? * - any of informing his friends and the public m geu
?m al thai h> is prepared to run In- new and splendid .line of Stage,
ii the North American Hotel, Bowery to De Wit C. Kellinger?
Harlem River Mansion Houso, regularly every half hour in the day,
touching st othoi intermoiliate places alone, the route, sml maUn-if,
their passage through in about an hour.
N at m I rp-acmu. iiparlmeiits are titled upon each oud uf tbo
route f'.r the comfort and convenience of passengers. Tin. rew an t
w.'l rogllbted one running nearly double the number of trips daily
that me Curl do on lbs track, gives it a decided advaatage over them,
?.i. rpiiig nmrh longer each trip at Kill ager'a ?nd giving passen?
tar? iuIS sii 11 time to partake of every kiad of refresJuaeat wlih a
amnlways kept on band and served up in the boat possible manner,
in nSm- - in lie to the times.
Bowery ind White Hall Singes run as usual every five minutes
i iru j the day. jy I tin J. MURPHY. Pruprreinr.
^^-^ jfQffli . -n " o N? t * i, ani> is a 11
Ci^Ti.i . *-???-*-.??r >\ I I. I BOH)-The trams upon tin.
?\^/<fr?~ -^?^t-^rJ?W> road h aw Brooklyn at half past v
? ? ? ' A M . half pa-t I and half pa?l
ii P.M. for lb.>ernl v dinars ?u the line when stagr. and convey
are in readiaess to convey passengers to the Sou ad ride and io
the Bay ami Ocean.
The trains relUM nt 7 A. M. und ijuarter past 1 P. M.. and half pi.t
."? P. M. from Jamaica, affording lima to visit ami dine at the Marina
Pavilion at Rockau ay aad other attractive places of resort, aud n tin u
the same evening to town. aul2 If
LONBON i.lViV. OK PACKET*-Packet uf
epr. ist? i na pseaei imp of. iSMES,Ts? r>. .">.;iior, master,
i'l Mil ii- above, her r-gwlar -lay.
For freight or passage, having superior accommodations, apply ou
board, foot of Maiden-lane, 01 to
all GM NN ELL, M1NTURN A CO. 78 South .t.
jj& FOtt SALE?A House and Lot at MiUstone, N. J??A
jitv n,"A tso-slnrv lluiise. well bu ll m I neat and modern stylo?a
wall of the best of wuo-r immediately nt the kitchaa door. The loi is
S3 feet fronting on the canal'by IS3 feui deep; wagon-house, stable,
Ac The c lumunications with this city are very eon venlanl; sstago
leaves daily, me iting the curs nt Bound Brook, .ml r. ashing the city
in about three hours?(fare 50 cents:) A mechanic wishing a plsre
in the country,' manufacturing for this market, or otherwise, wonl.t
ibid the Iocs Iii ii desirable. The ab. ve will be sold low, and lerms
made nasy. Far further particulars Inquire of
11. V. HOUGLANO. 37" Houston-street.
auC7 Iw* l)r A. T. VROOAI on the premise..
.tV, '^<^ LET?The Store No. 77 l>-> .:r.-et. a tir.t r.land
A,i": for ilia Groci ry ami Butter business, for which it has bran oc?
cupied for many years. Immediate possession can be had. Inquire
on ihn premises, or at No. 7."). next door above. :wi7 iw*
?? < 5T V FkOPERTl1 OFFICE, (be buy inf. selliiujr
ir!" and exehaogiug City Propertv. at No. I Ann-it. aulO lm"
V\ RIX) TIS TO LET? \ ream mii,; hed-ieoni sTith eie ?< Z*-,
pantries. Ate. suitable for a assail family. Also, ono large room
extraordinarily wall lighted, suitable for a s/ork-shop Inquire uii
the pr. mi-e, of JOHN LOCKS, in rear of 31 Ann-st. nutS lm
i'O i. (."i?Rooms sulHcient for one or two fhmiliea In the
Bna house No. 63 iie.ier, corner of Ludlow-st. Possession given uu
medlately^ Inquire st the premhos. auSU < v
MFOR ha i, U?The house ami lot l ic Housion-st, se
COad block from the Market, ami a short distance from ihd
ferry?being31 by 10 feet. A lir?t rate stand for business,con
-istiiig if large com eiiient store, 11 room., bu?euienl, cellars, eoal
beas, a c. alt complain. Price, .j.vsxi Apply as above. anlSlsa'
wa a PDBi7lC HOUSE at Harlem to be Iston the 3d
>."B ivnnue, corner of 103d itreeL Inquire at 116 Bowery. Reui
"" !?.*. null lm'
MW IL LIAJISB CRGn PROPERTI OF.
I'M E. No I A an street, New York.?Persons wi.huw to pur ?
chase will do well to >.? dL Some nice Cottages for mie; ai??,
Building Lots._sulO Inr
FOB SALE?Or exchange foi productive City Proper
ty?A Farm of 53 irre?, tituated in Huntington Ton i^'np, L.
I., 3 mi's, from Northport, from winch s iteamboat ph.? to aiiJ
from New-York twiee a wuek. HooS buildings, gued siUr, arc. A.c.
For full particulars inquire of E. W. WOOD. -I Rivington-.tr el.
jgft. FOB SALE?A farm in the town of Smithtowo In Sal*.
i"ik County, ne..r the viiiuge of (lonuc, consisting of two hun
JSa>dred a. re-, about thirty of which ire limber and sp.c.uis land,
the remainder cleared and under a go'.J state of Cultivation, fin tho
prrmi-es nr.- a good dweUing house, two bam., crib and wagon-house,
witii a well of n iter near the door. Al.o, s good young Orchard with
a variety 'if cherry and other fruit tn.es. Possession can be had to
suit t' e convenient ?? of ihr pun h i?er. For particulars apply to Mr
Smith Woodhull, U<i~ 1'ront-street, or the subscriber on the prsmi
.in' DANIEL SMITIL
mxtenmive male OF V A LI.'ABLE PROPER Ti si
I.J New-Brighton, Staten Island by subscription.
The Tru-tc.-. of the New-hnrnton A s.ociution have ma )e arrsuge
nsenta for the rale of five hundred blocks, or parcels of land, embra?
cing the most desirable ami be.t Inra ed portn n? of iheir property;
e.arh |i ireel containicg not less thsu night lots uf a.') fee! by 1M) feet,
and sonw'of them eontainlng from one to live acre.. On several o?
them are splendid improvement.., comprising large mansioj houses,
hotel., cottage,, docks, etc. etc in perfect order.
Tue j Ian adopted for disposing of the abive property present, great
Inducements In me capitalist desirous of making a gisod inva.tnieui,
and to all w ho m iy wi.h to obtain a e. mntry residence at a very miel
erui- prii c, and in a position the mast eligible in the vicinity of
For the prospectus, plun and details of the >nme. apply ?> HENRY
LYNCH. President, at the oifice of tbe Association, No. i Hsaover
strrtt, up -tair..
Books of lubscription are opened by EDWARD A. N1COLL. Esq.
Tru-tce. at lb< orf.ee nf the New-York Life and Trust Company, No.
S3 VVsll-St. By order of tiie Trustees. anil tf
OPERATIONS ON THE TEETH,
kev.iroi'k WHITIN? * LINUS PRATT,
SEYMOUR '.\'!I!TI\C woul? r. .p.-c;fuily mform his (r\r.niii and
the politic thut he still continues at bis old ataad. No. 6*2 East
Broadway, sad,haying Ss'oc.iated himself in partnership wita Dr.
LINTS PRATT, '.hey are ready to attend to all who ii?.?sd their pro
fea.?ioo?l services. TBe piblic may be , that all opera?ous in
?heir professii u wdl be performed on the mo?t approved plan. Arti
bcial ree'.h. from one to a full set, inserted in the mo?i scientific man?
ner, and on as favorable urtrui ss at any other since. Whole sets in?
serted on The old a.n.nsoheru-. or tbe new ajipr^vMi patent armo.spl.erij
plan, winch obuineo th- premium at the Fair of die Ani'rican Ijais
tutc la-t year, and a. well as can be dose in this city. Tcth piuggtd
with gol i. da foil, cr cement, as circumsunces may require.
Nerves of Teeth destroyed without pain, aid in meat eases Cms
Tocfh sfiectually oreserved by filling.
An infallible cure for rt^Tc^iha:ri-.
S ? v....r. WHITLNGfkPKA-fTwiUinatr-ietocaortwoyonac
men in the ,rt of o**^?^?*!^?
His Honor Cnaneellor WMn^jProC JVa Tolly M. D.
ill North M. D-,Sara. Springs R'v. Nathaniel Pntt. Georgia.
W:?: V. . Minor. M. ft N. Y'ork.jp*laU[! ^' ?.\*-t
Jared Linsler. M. D. 5 1 Rev. Henry (/. Ludlow.
Prof. Becj. ?illimaii. M. D. LL. D. Win. N. Blakemsn. M. D.
Prof. Jona'ban Knght. M. D. Iji ha Miller, M. T>.
Prof. rharle. Bhopord *4. tl 1 <r. rhen Rm> o. J*. ii. i?.r- 2.:.
t: ti ill ip south ?nBBICA.92 casas m w stylaj
British Pnau, by [au2Sl O. H. LEE, 5J Cecm ?t