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T H E T R IB U N E ,
V/EDNESDAl MORNING, SEPTEMBER 15
l-'rora the .National Intelligencer.
LETTERS Of RESIGNATION.
The following Letters of the Secretary of the
Treasury and the Attorney-General, resigning their
respective trusts, have been piuced in our hands for
1 WasHtxerrox, Sept 11. 1-tl.
Sir: Circumstances have occurred in the course
of vour Administration, and chiefly in the exercise
bv vou of the Veto Power, which constrain me to
believe that my longer continuance in office ti? a
member of your Cabinet will be neither agreeable
to vou, useful to the country, nor honorable to my?
self, . .
Do me the justice, Mr. ('resident, to believe that
this conclusion has been adopted neither capn
ciouslv, nor in any spirit of party feeling or personal
hostility, but from a mite otdnly, which mistaken
though'it may be, i* yet so sincerely entertained
that I cheerfully sacrifice to it the advantages und
distinctions of office.
Be pleased, therefore, to nccept this as my re?
signation of the office of ^Attorney-General of the
Laited .-'intes. Very respectfully, yours, &c.
The Pkesiuknt. ____ J. j. CRITTENDEN
Tseasuzy HcrsaTMEtn, Sept II, 1841.
Sir: After the most onlmnnd careful cottsidera
tion ?nd viewing the subject in nil the aspects in
which it presents itself to my mind, I have come to
the conclusion that 1 ought no longer to remain a
member of your Cabinet. I therefore resign the
uffice of Secretary of the Treasury, and beg you to
accept tin- a? my letter of resignation.
To avoid misunderstanding, 1 distinctly declare
that I do not consider a difference of opinion as to
the charter of a National Hunk u sufficient reason
fur dissolving the ties which have existed between
us.?Though I look upon thai measure as one of ,
va-t importance to the prosperity ?>f the country, 1 ,
sud though I should have deeply deplored your in
Hbilitv or unwillingness to accord it to the wishes 1 ,
of the People and the States, >o unequivocally ex- ,
rrcssod through their Representatives, still, upon
this and tin- alone, unconnected with other control
tag circumstances, I should not have felt bound to
i saiga the place which I hold in your administra?
tion. But those controlling circumstances do exist,
and 1 will, m my own justification, place them in
connection before you.
It is but just to you to say that tbe bill which
first passed the two Houses of Congress, und which
was returned viith your objections on the Kith of
August, did never, in its progress, us far ;t? 1 ItltOW
or believe, receive at any time either your express
or implied assent. So far as thai bill was known
to tne, or I was consulted upon it, I endeavored to I
bring its provisions as nearly as possible in accord?
ance with what I understood to be your views, and
rather hoped limn expected your approval. I knew
the extent to which you were committed on lira ques?
tion. I knew the pertinacity with which you ad?
hered to your expressed opinions, und I dreaded
Irem the lirst the most destructive consequences,
when the project of compromise which I presented
at nn early day wus iejected. ,
It is equally a matter of justice to von mid to
myself to say that the bill which I reported to the ,
iwo Houses of Congress ai the commencement of
the session, iu obedience to their call, wiis modified
so as to meet your approbation. You may not, it
is true, have rend the bill throughout, and examined
every pint of it; b.'Jt the 16th-fundamental article,
which became the contested question of principle,
was freely discussed between u>, and it was under?
stood atid unequivocally sanctioned by yourself.
The last clause in the bill, also, which contained n
reservation of power in Congress, wus inserted on
theiith of.I tine, in your presence, and with your ap?
probation : though you tit one time told me that, in
riving vour sanction to the bill, you would accom?
pany it with at; explanation of your understanding
of that lirst clause.
In this condition of things, though 1 greatly re?
gretted vour veto on the lull us it passed tin1 two
Houses of Congress, and thought 1 foresaw the ex?
citement and agitation which it would produce
among the People, yet. considering the changes
which the bill had undergone in it.-1 passage, und its
variance from the one you hud agreed to sanction,
I could not find in that net enough to disturb the
confidential relations which existed between us. I
was disposed to attribute this net. fraught with mis?
chief as it was, to [iiue and honorable motives, and
to a conscientious conviction on your part thai the
bill, in some of its provisions, conflicted with the
Constitution. Hut that opinion of your course on the
? ill which has just been returned to Congress with
your Second veto, I do not and cannot entertain.?
Kecur to what baa passed between tis with respect
to it, and you will tit once perceive that such opin?
ion is impossible.
On the morning of the With of August. I called
a: your chamber, und found yon preparing the first
?eto message, to bo despatched to the Senate.
The Secretary of War came in also, and you tend
a portion of the message to us. Me observed that,
'Ugh the veto would create a great sensation in
totigress, yet he thought the minds of our friends
better prepared for it than they were some days
*S0. and he hoped it would be calmh received,
especially us it did not shut out all hope of a bank,
lothis you replied, that you really thought there
ought to in- no difficulty about it: that you hud suf
aciently indicated in your veto message what kind
of a bunk you would approve, and that Congress
?night, if they saw tit, pass such a one in three days.
rhe ISth being the day for our regular Cabinet
meeting, we assembled, till except Messrs. ('ril?
lenden and Granger, ami you told us that you hud
had a long conversation with Messrs. Ben ion and
Sergeant, who professed to come in behalf of the
?i bigs of i\u. two Houses to endeavor to strike out
v eno measure which would bo generally acceptable.
Hint you had your doubt* nbout the propriety of
conversing with them yourself, and thought it more
proper that yen should commune with thorn through
your constitutional advisers. You expressed a wish
that the whole subject should be postponed till tin
next session of Congress. You spoke of the deinv
in the SenuTo of the censidoraiioii of your veto
nicssag*. and expressed anxiety as to the tone and
temper which the debate would assume.
Mr. Badger said that on enquiry he was happy to
'?nd that tbe best temper prevailed i? the two
Houses. He believed they were perfectly rea.lv to
take up the bill reported by the Secretary of the
Ireasury, and pass it at once. You replied. 'Talk
"ot to mo of .Mr. Ewing's bill; it contains that
?dious feature of local discounts which 1 have
ypudiated in my message." I then >atd to vou, ? I
tave no doubt, sir, tltat the House, having ascer?
tained your views, will pas* a bill in conformity to
'?-em, ptovidvd they can be satisfied that it would
answer the purtsoses of the Treasury, and telieve
108 country.' You then said, ' Cannot my cabinet
*** that this is brought about F You must stand
w me in ,j,js emergency. Cannot you see that a
oill passes Congress such ss I ctin approve without
Tan-isteney T* I declared asui.i rav belief
thai such a bill might be passed." And you then
.V ;U> mv: ' W?** do -vou understand to be my
opimotta State them, so that I may sev that there
U no misapprvheniium about them.''
then said ti^t t understasod vou to beef opinion ,
..ist Congre,? might charter a Bank in the District
id Columbia giving it its location hero. To this
d/.***eatef- That thev might authorize such i
OaoAte establish offices of discount and deposits in I
several States, with the assent of tbe Simw-ts t
BY CREELEY & McELl
I'icifjfc: watt vekt.
To ihts you replied, " Do n't name discount, : they
have been the source of the most abominable cor?
ruptions, and are wholly unnecessary- 19 enable the
Hank to discharge its duties to the Country and the
Government.'" . , .
I ob-erved in reply that I was proposing nothing,
but simply endeavoring to state what I bad under?
stood to'be your opinion as to the powers which
Coneress might constitutionally confer on a Lank :
that 'on that point I stood corrected. I then pro?
ceeded to say that I understood you to be.pmv n
that Congress might authorize such Bank to estab?
lish agencies in the several States, with power 10
deal in bills of exchange, without the assent of the
States; to which you replied. " Yes, if they Iva for?
eign bills, or liills ?!riiwri in one State and payable
in another. That is all the power necessary f>r
transmitting the public funds and regulating ex?
changes and the currency."'
Mr. Webster then expressed, in strong terms,
bis opinion that such a charter would answer all
just purpose, of Government and be satisfactory to
the People; and declared his preference for.it over
any which had been proposed, especially us it dis?
pensed with the assent of the Sta-es to the creation
of an institution necessary for carrying on the lis
cal operations of.Government. He examined it a
some length, both as to its constitutionality and its
influence on the currency nnd exchanges, in all
which views you expressed your concurrence, de
sited that such a bill should be introduced, ami
especially ikat it should g? into the hands of some
of your friends. To my enquiry whether Mr. Ser?
geant would be agreeable to you, yeu replied that
he would, l'ou especially requested Mr. Webster
and myself to communicate with Messrs. Berricn
and Sergeant on the subject, to whom you sind you
hud promised to address n note, bur you doubted
not that this personal communication would he
equally satisfactory. You desired us, also, in com?
municating with those gentlemen, not to commit
you personally, lest, this being recognized as your
measure, it might be made a subject of comparison
to your prejudice in the course of discussion. You
and Mr. Webster then conversed about the particu?
lar wording of the lo'sh fundamental article, con?
taining the grunt of power to deal in exchanges,
and of the connexion in which that grant should be
introduced ; you also spoke of the name of the in?
stitution, desiring that that should be changed. 'Jo
this I objected, as it would probably be made a
subject of ridicule, but you insisted that ther" was
much in n name, nticl this institution ought not to
lie culled a bank. Mr. WjJltSTER undertook to
adapt it in Ibis particular Its your wishes. Mr.
Hell then observed to Mr. Webster and myself that
we had no time to lose; that if this wen- not im?
mediately attended to, another bill, less acceptable,
might I?' gut up and reported. We replied that
we would lose no time. Mr. Wehster accordingly
failed Hi, Messrs. Bctrien and Sergeant immedi?
ately, ?tut I waited on tlu-:n by his appointment at
5 o'clock on the same day, ami agreed upon tint
principles of tho bill in accordance with your ex
presscd wishes. And I am npprised of lhe fact,
though it did not occur in my presence, that after
the bill was drawn up, and bet?re it was reported,
it was seen and exnmined by yourself; that your
attention was especially called to the 16th funda?
mental article : thai on full examination you con?
curred in the provisions; that at the same time its
name w as modified as to meet your approbation;
und the bill was reported and passed, in all essen?
tial particulars, its it was when it came through
You ttsked Mr. Webster anil myself each to pre?
pare and present you an argument touching the
constitutionality of the hill; and before those aigH
ments could be prepared nnd read by you. you de?
clared, u? 1 heard and believe, to gentlemen, Mem?
bers of the House, that you would cut oft"your right
bund rather than approve it. After this new reso?
lution was taken, you asked and earnestly urged
the members of youi Cabinet to postpone the hill:
hut you would neither give yourself, nor suffer them
to give, any assurance of your future course, in ens
of such postponement. By some of us, und 1 was
tin self one, the effort was made to gratify your
wishes, in the- only way in which it could be done
with propriety : that is by obtaining the genera]
concurrence of the Whig Members of thu two
Houses in the postponement. It failed, ns 1 hnvi
reason to believe, because you would give no assur?
ance that the delay was not sou-in as a means and
occasion for hostile movements. During this se
son of deep feeling nnd earnest exertion upon our
part, while we were zealously devoting our talents
and influence to serve and to sustain you, the vr
secrets of our Cabinet council made their appear?
ance in UH infamous paper printed in a neighboring
city, the columns of which were daily charged with
Uattery of yourself and foul abuse of your Cabinet.
All this I bore; for I felt that my services, so long
ns they could avail, were due to the nation?to thut
great und rtitigutinim in People whose sutVniges
elevated your predecessor to the station which you
now fill, and whose united voices approved his act
when he summoned us around him, to he his coun?
sellors; and I felt that what was due to ris memo?
ry, to ths- injunctions which he left us in his lust
dying words, and to the People, whose servants we
were, had not all been performed until every means
was tried, und every hope had failed of carrying
out the true principles upon which the m'gbly
movement was founded thai elevated him and you
This bill, framed nnd fashioned according to jour
own suggestions, in the initiative of which I and
another member of your Cabinet were made by
you the agents and the negotiators, was passed by
large majorities through the two Houses of Con?
gress, and sent to you, and you rejected it. Im?
portant u* wits the put t w hich 1 had taken, at your
request, in the origination of this bill, and deeply
as 1 was committed for your action upon it, you
never consulted me on the subject oi the veto mes?
sage. You did riot even refer to it in conversation,
and the first notice I had of its contents was de?
rived from rumor.
And to me, at least, you have done nothing to
wipe away the personal Indignity ari-ing out of the
uct. I gathered, it is true,from your conversation,
shortly utter the bill bad passed the House, that
y.u had a strong purpose to reject it; but nothing
was said like softening or apology to me, either in
reference n myself or to those with whom Iliad
communicated at your request, nnd who had acted
themselves And induced the tw o Houses to act upon
the faith of that communication. And, strange as
it may seem, the Veto Message attacks t:i an espe?
cial manner tiic very provisions winch were inserted
at your request ; and even the name of the eorp<v.
ration, which w&s not only agreed to by you. but
especially changed to meet your expressed wishes,
is made the subject of your criticism. Different
men might view this tntiisnctum in different points
of light, but under these circumstances, as a mat?
ter of personal honor, it would bit hard tor mc to
remain of your council, to seal my lips and leave
unexplained and undisclosed whore lies in this
transaction the departure from straight-forwardness
and candor. So far indeed from admitting the
encouragement which you gave to this i.tll in its in?
ception, und explaining and ex-using your sudden
and violent hostility towards it, you' throw into
your Veto Message an intcrrogtuory equivalent to
un assertion that u was such a bill as \ou had al?
ready declared could not receive vqur sanction.
Such is the oinious effect of the first* interrogatory
c'.au*.: on the second page, h has all the force ?:
an H.sort.nn without its open fairness. I have met
and refuted this, the necessity inference from vour
language, in my preceding statement, the correci
pes*;o fwbjch you, I um stire, will not call in ques?
NEW-YORK, WEDNESPAV MO
Your veto to the first bill you rested on oonsti
totiona] ground and the high convictions of con?
science : and no man. in my opinion, had n right to
question your sincerity. I so ?aid. and I so acted,
lor, through all the ontett and collision that arose
out ot that act, you had my adherence ami support.
But h >w is it with respect to this ? The subject
of a bank is not new to you : it is more than twenty
years -im-.e von ha-.e made it in object oi considera?
tion and of study, especially in its connexion with
the constitutional powers of the Genend Govern?
ment. You. therefore, could not be, and you were
nor. taken unprepared on this question; The t,:.l
which I reported to Congress, with your approba?
tion, at the commencement of the session, hid the
clause relating to agencies, and thepower to deal
in exchanges; a? strongly developed as the one you
have now rejected, and equally without the assent
of the States
Yoa referred specially and with approbation to
that clause many days after, in n conversation held
in the Department of State. You sanctioned it in
ihis particular bill as detailed above And no doubt
was thrown out on the subject by you, iu my hear?
ing o: within my knowledge, until the letter ??! Mr.
Botts came to your hands. Soon after the reading
ofthat letter, you threw out strong intimations that
you would veto that bill if it were not postponed.
That letter I did and do most unequivocally con?
demn, but it si id not atfeei the constitutionality of
the bill, or justify you in rejecting it on that ground:
it could affect only the expediency of your action ;
and, whatever you may now believe as to the scru?
ples existing in your mind, in this and in a kindred
source there is strong ground tu believe that they
have their origin.
Jr 1 be right in this, and I doubt not I am, here
is a great public measure dt mnnded by the country
passed upon nnd approved by the Representatives
of the States and the People, rejected by you as
President on grounds having no on gin in conscience,
and no reference to the public good. The rejection
? if t .1. measure, too. continues the pur-?* with the
sword iti the hands of the Executive, from which
we strove to wrest it i:i the contest which elevated
your predecessor and you to power. I cannot eon
cur in this your course of policy. In or out of office
my opinions remain unchanged. I cannot abandon
the principles for which, during nil my political ca
rccr, I have struggled ; esj.ialiy 1 cannot be one
of the instruments by w hich the Executive wields
these combined, accumulated.and dangerous powers.
These, sir. arc the reasons for the important -top
which I have felt it my duty to take, ami I submit
them as its justification.
I am. very respectfully, yours, T. EWING.
To the i'RcsintNT.
FR0S1 FLORIDA.?The following interesting offi?
cial despatch has been received by the Deparmcnt
of Wat from Col. Worth. It shows with what
energy und efficiency that gallant officer is conduct?
ing the difficult and delicate affairs under his con?
?? Head Quarters, Army of Florida. An?. -'7, l?-lt.
"Silt:?The day alter my report of 24th hist.. I
was so fortunate as to secure the proposed inter?
view with the Chief Hospitaka, accompanied by
fifteen of his brsi warriors, including three sob
chicfs, representing the fragments of Seminole
bands ail ed w ith him. As usual, and particularly
so with this leader, they proposed entire submis?
sion : l>ut when pressed to fix a precise time for
bringing their women, children, iSsc., the most line
tjuivocal evidence of insincerity was manifested.
They wens urged to accompany me to Tampa?toid
their presence would exercise u good influence upon
the w avering lesolutiou of othet hands?promised
to be sent buck, in part, to collect their people?
that, if sincere, no inconvenience to them would at?
tend the movement, hut much be accomplished tie
wards reconciling the red and white man. This
they strenuously resisted, which, added to the
eagerness to dispose of skins, game, \v.. left me
no doubt as to my course of duty under the cir?
cumstance*. Their persons were too important,
the moment too critical, to admit of hesitation.
By a preliminary talk, seeking to disarm the an
of harshness, mid to make it bear effectually on
u ti riot operations, I caused tliem to be ?eired to a
man, (the announcement rendered the interposition
of force unnecessary,) whereupon full confession
was made of intention the opposite of profession.
To the old Chief and his son. a clever man, 1 urn
satisfied the act was acceptable. They begged to
be allowed t? send back five persons, including the
latter,engagingtohave i heir entire people(three hun?
dred nnd twenty) assembled on the Caloosahalchie
by tin* 11th September. To this 1 assented;
de.pat, bed the party, and ordered the command
on Pease Creek (reinforced by an additional corn
pans, 11 > he forthwith transferred to the site of Fort
I >e\ nand. on the Caloosahalchie, the appointed ren?
If fortunate in realising what I cannot hut regard
as well'grounded hopes, the hitherto indomitable
leader, Jours, will Ik1 so reduced in numbers as to
show (connected with a well-timed appeal to his
cupidity) the folly of any farther resistance. I am
on my return to Tampa Bav, having on board the
Chief and ten ot" his warrior* as hostages.
1 have the Ii.- to l>e. very respecltully, your obedient
-erv;nit. W. J. WURTH, Colonel Commandinf.
The .Adjutant General, U. 6. Army, Head Quarters,
Destructive Fire.?Between I and ? o'clock
tins morning, a tire broke out in the large five story
brick double store, at the south-east corner of Ce?
dar-Street and Broadway. The whole interior of
the building, down to the second story, was de?
stroyed, the bate walls only standing. The occu?
pants of the [itemises were Henry S. Fanner, cir?
culating library and map store, stock damaged by
water; das. H. Cooke, furniture w are-house, slock
saved in a damaged state: D. Tucker, tailor, stock
saved, with the exception of about $U>i) worth of
cloths, which were stolen : Sherman X Smith, en?
gravers und printers: W. E. Peckham, wood en?
graver: Miller. Dill & Davidson, Attorneys; Allen
M. Sherman, d?.: and C. C. Marsh, do.
New Line of Steamships from Bremen to
Boston-.?We understand lhat Mr. Charles K>?ut
gea is now in this city, acting as agent of the " Bre?
men American Steam Company."' This company,
we are told, propose to establish a line of steam?
ships between Bremen and the United States,
touching at the Isle of Wight, or perhaps some
port in England. They have already obtained the
necessary funds and are ready to commence ttie
c.Instruction of the hist ship. Mr. Keutgen has
also been in New-York, with a view to ascertain
what accommodations he can obtain there, and is
now pursuing- similar investigations at Bostua.
The probability is that the line will come to this
port. [Bunker Hill Aurora.
rUST KtCblVED?At 193 Greenwich street, a
a? splendid x-struueat of Talionis, very desirable odors,
for sale cheap; r?4 fmi B.J. DENTON.
Jl S l REtE?WttD?At 193 Greeowtcfc-st'cet,
l( and Line tdack Silks ; sooe 40 inert Maltenuia,
very cheap._[at lea] B. J. DENTt >N.
rpO t ?t?TKF ^l^TiTANTS.-Pockel
JL Kooks at wholesale. cLeap for cash, by
u-T. Im- E U. liH.I.KSPIK. Aginl 25 f"l?te191 John-si.
TT?ST BKl'EIVBU, 6 caaeaALAPACHESTnTbe
a/ -olo at reduced j/rices. by
au23_O. H. LEE. 51 <Vdar-sf
|)KK *WIP SOITU AUEKU.t.
? u- w styic Britian Prints, by
,'au->^_ O. H. LEE. 51 CeJar-at
JUST RECEIVED?Krom auctiou. it 1H3 Urecn
wicii-st. a splendid assortment of" wool black and fan?
es colored Clouis and Cassuneres, very cheap.
ti im B. J. DENTON.
KNIXG, SEPTEMBER 1-5. 1841.
?v It, IV K. W .YOKK, AL B ANY' A \ I
^'^-rrrr TK' lV STEAMBOAT LINK fat Aibaay.
Zr-irrm-zurxA. from the f ot of Berclav-sueci
The TBOY.Wedh -day Morninr, at 7 o'clock.
The ALL\NY.Tbwrsrlay Morning, at 7 o'c'cek.
From the foot of Voi tlnni! t?lrret.
Th- PK WITT CLIN n IN, Tuesday tfterncon at 5o'dk. :
Tn<- BE WITT CLUTOON, Thursday Afternoon at 5 oVIk. ;
people's LINK OF stTEA.TIIiO.lTM
is pF*8 FOR ALBANY.
'He-.-- Sfea The re* an : mm idious steamboat
tartar.,. NO illii aMERH A. Capt. M. H. Yrue
dell. leaves the ?teataboat Pier between Coitlai:iii aa<i
THIS AFTERNOON, Sept. U. a: 5 o clock.
For frc::ht r-r passage apply on board or to
P. C. SCHULTZ, at Me nrnco on the wharf.
EVENING LINE OF sTEA?BOtT?.
The steaml mi ROCHESTER, Capt. A. p. St John.w.?
leave the Pier !>?t?reen Courtland and Liberty.??, every
Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 7 o'clock p. M.
Tin- SOUTH AMERICA, Capt. L. w. Braioard, leaver
the ?bnv?- o:-- on Tuc-dav. Thursday and Saturday, at 7
o'clock V. M.
For passage er frci-ht. apply to
P. C. SCH IJL'lV.. at th" nfe'ee, or or l-oard
FOB SMKK ?V?< KI' li * .
SUMMER ARRAHGEMES'l FOR LONG BRANCH.
OCI IN HOUSE, RUMSOM DOCK, M1DDLETOWN,
AT BROWN'S DOCK -v RED BANK,
ft rr=^ Th-; steamboat OSIRIS, rnpt. J. U.
*vT*i^~^i; v*r Allaire, ?ii ron as follows?leave FuRo?
""Market slip, East River every Mondny
morning, at 6 o'clock; Tuesday Wodacsday Thursday,
Friday, end Sunday, at : o'clock, A. M.. and Saturday, at
12 o'clock, noon.
Returning, leave Re,< V.-.-.-M at half-past 1 o'clock. every
day. (escept Monday) ai 10 o'clock, A. M., ard Satur-av,
a: 4 p. M.
The boat will run as above until further notiee. navi
gallon .mc weather permitting. N. R?All freight aud
baggage at the ri-k of thfowners th-rrof. jvOrim
?V. POWE LI, & CO'S. LINE,
a* c=?? sj, K.)R NEWBURGH, LANDING at
W.*^>-^=4 CALI'WELL'S, WEST POINT it COLD
-llliisruaiiT la^jtlNGS. Tho steamboat HIGHLAN?
DER, Captain Roberl Wardrop, will leave the foot ol
Wan ta -street, New-Y?rk, every Monday; Thursday, and
Saturday afterni on, at 4 o'clock.
Returning, the HIGHLANDER will leave Newburgh
every Monday morning it f< o'clock, auJ Tuesday and
Friday afternoon at .* o'clock.
For freiciit or passage, apply to the Captain on board.
N. B.? til baggage, and fr> ;;ht of every description aad
bills, oi specie, put ->n board this boat, must be at the n?k
of the ownon thereof, iiule-, i bill of lading or receipt i.
ligned fort'ie same. jy'-S
b, rr=?> N- v?kk tkaasporta
vr.-.i-^y. ... j. TIO.M O.UPA.iV. -CANALAND
?aamaesjsafc. LAKE TRANSPORTATION,
For Freight and Passengers.?New-York
to Buffalo, Fifty Ceots per hundred; other places in pro
B. G. CHASE k CO. Albany, } ?
J. R. EVANS 4 BRO. Buffalo, J Proprietors.
j. j. carter .* t. p. whitivg, a-..:,...
Refer to IC So-ith-atreet, N. V.
S'( all. William* A Co 52 Frout-sL
Do*. A- Cary, 72 Cortlaud-st.
A Vmi .?autvo-ird. Iii S-vjlh-st.
J. B. Dnasla-s. 127 Broid St, s7 3w?
PEOPLE'S LINE 3 -WM IYEW-YOKK
?? rr^"3 *> 11? ? owv.
'i hrougl iu I hi irs. Fine only $2. r'
Leave pier No I X.R., Battery Place, at 3? o'cb ek, A
M.daily Sunday- executed, by steamboat Cinderilla or
Water Witch, to Elizibetbpoi t, then to take ilie cars of
the K. Ta*n and SomervUle Railroad to Bunodbrook,
leaving only ikS il ?- by co ich es, in ikoic bv far t'' - moat
plca-antaud rjcpednioui route to Easton, Fortoatsap
ply to A. D. Hope, 7-t Courtlaadt -t. or an boird. A. 1>
Hop? wdl nocompany the passen ;er, to Bound Brook, ami
render all a?si-lnnce necea-nry. ?t4:5m
l.U.y*i imLAMJh KA1L
@MewS3 11 OA I) .- FALL ARRANGE
-i-r*-tr--'- '-r-"?^-Mi: vT.?On and after Moud ij, the
?-"? "' 1 ? uii ? ptcmber, the car.- will inn a*
Leave Hicksville at 7J o'clock, A. M.. and I, P. M.
Leave Hemnstead at 25 minute- pa-t T o'clock, A. M.,
anil -II minutes before 2 o'clock. P.
Leave Jamaica ai -1 o'clock, A. M . and 2J o'clock, P.M.
Leave Brooklyn at :>\ o'el-vU, A. 'I , and 4 o'clock P. tt.
Leave Hicksville at "j A. M., and I o'c ock. P M.
Leave Hempstead at 23 minutes past 7 A. M , and 5 min?
ute- I? fore 4 o'clock. P. M.
Leave Jamaica a'-} o'c ock, A M.. am1 43 P. M.
Leave Brooklyn at 9i o'clock A. M...ind 0 p. H.
By the above arrangement csssengers taking the morn
inn train will have time tovi-il Rockaway, and the -ever:,!
Villages on the route, uu reiiirn the saiue eveaing. I*t.i|?>.?
run recularly on the arrival of the rar-, to Rockaway,
Hempstead Harbor, Glen Cove, Wheatley, Oyster Hay,
Uuntiegton, Babylon, Smith town. Islip, Lin* Surdiekor i
Hotel, und through the- island to Gn euportjan I Sag Har?
Fare to Bed lord, IJj cent.-; to Ka-t N'ew-Vorli. I8}cents|
to Jamaica, 25 cents; to Brusbville, 37ceotst to Wesibury,
Carle Piece and Hempstead, 5C cents j to Hicksville, Bsj
l?B?A T AT TRAUTIO.> !!:
s*tTJEat*?fc FARE REDUCED ?121 cents to and
?'?i'.^T^^TJT^f Trom Hallen). The proprietor embrace.
i"J '.y~y?t?die crhc-t opportunity of informing hi,
friends and the public in general that he H prepared to
run in- new ami splendid line of Stages from the Nortli
American Hotel. Bowery to Do Wat c. Keliinger't Har
lem River Mansion House, regularly every half hour in
thedny, touching ai other intermediate places along the
route, and trakmp their pasracr through is about an hour.
Neat and spacious apartmcuts are titled up on each end ,
of tlir route for the comfort nu*l coiiveiiience of pn--- i:
jers. 'J'uis new anil well regulated liue running nearly
double the number of trips daii) that the Cars do on the
track, gives it ii decided advaatage over them ?stopping
much loucer ?ach trip at Ke.|I niter's and iMnuir passen
gars -uflirjent time to partake of every kiad of rsfrcsh
meul which are always kept on hand and served up in tho
best possible manner ou term- -uitubla to the times.
Rowery and White Hall Stales run a? u-ual every five
minute- during the day. J. MURPHY,
jy Cm Proprietor.
INDIA KL'RBER CLOTH.
rXEALERS in this article be not deceived. Ifyou womIiI
*-s retain your cu.-tom-rs. supply them with ihc article
which is acknowledged by every consumer who has tried
it as greatly superior to any other. My <'!< ill for carriage
maker's purposes, marked A, has never been equaled for
beauty of appearance, hardness and durability, *hile the
4-4 Cloth, which 1 seil from 'at to tjilj cents per yard, is
irarrahted in erery respect fully equal to and generally
much better thau the Cloth made in the ordinary w.-.v
aid with the small old fashioned machinery. A good sop
ply now oil band of the various qualities,
' H< I RACE H. OAT. SuacessorU Roxbnry I. R. Co,
ou2 -r.i l-S Maidea-laae,
?TICE.?The Copartnership bitli ??? ii g ?n
-1 der itie hrm of McCutchan *. Loveland i- diaaolved
by the death i f Joseph McCutchae. The Ua.iue-s of the
linn will be settled at the office, corner of Wc-t I nd Bar?
row -t, by OLIVER LOVELAND.
Tiie Lime aad Cement bus ness will !?? continued at the
sar e pi ce. bv OLIVr-R LuVLLA'-D.
Nia-Vork. Sept. 13, 1-il' -II I'
?L-OODEN AND WILLOW WAKE ?
It Tbe nndersigned o:f-'r for sal'at wholesale and
retail, Brooms. Tubs. Pails, Bru-hes. Mats, and Bi-k''t? i f
every description. Cords, Corda-e, comprising a reueral
a.-?oriiuenl. and offrn i for -ale lo-v hv
MEEKER At SHAW, iy3 \V?-hinr'on-at.
au!7 lm orj>os le the Market.
/ 'O.TIPOSITION KOL 1.?K<?, of the best
material- and quality, au i of al! -iz-s. ca-i at the ')"
ceof the New World,30 Ann sL Inquire of Mr. J. W'
RICHARDS, m the p,r., K.^m (basement.) au21 tf "
pOSEW?OD VENEEKJa.-l . x feetj it
IV rrceivrl wide, sound and superior quality; for sale
low at t'ic JIahocaiiv Yard, 408 Washiagton-streeL
? II In- P. ropr-fTTT
OOYU'S BLEACULNti po?DEK_
D i'AJ casks Boyd'scelebrated 31ea-hi.i? Powder,jusl
received aad for saJr bv
jy22 HKRSSCA- KROnKS.?l l.iher.v-.-.
MONK Y LOST_Lost.? u raur.day.atafeai nun
utes before II o'clock iu :he m irrinr. Iwtw.en the
corner of Wall and VVat-'r-streeiji apd the Stea'nboai Fer y
for Statau Island, a roll of money amonaiin * to $411
sa-' three bills of Jl'sj each. t?o lifiy dollar bills, two fives
sad a one dollar bill: chause '-"J c-nts. The ooder wfll
please return tne same to Win It. Towsead, e'sq, 'one
of tlie editor- and proprietors of the New-York Express.)
who w ill reward the fn ndly service.
In ca?e the money-liquid unve b?ca found by anv dishon?
est person, a suitable reward will be paid to any persoii
jiving i .formation thereof sli 6t
r;tO T?0^~WSJlTv~iLCB HEALTH.
I ?The <; W?IN A??! L'.tl. - 6 Gr.e and 20 A nn
?treets. are now open daily, (ieuileuteu ?uciscribing have
the pririlere of exercising at b?tn me est.-.bli=hn?nis. In
addtribo to every implement made u-e of la tbe rcrular t
Gynurssnna, there are a bowline alley. quoit-sTronod
shoeting-gnilery, and a larie open space for running,
jumping, tic , exclusively for lbs uiuiemcat of the- hi in?
W. F. resrwe-fu'ly informs parents and luardians lhat
a junior civs i- about heias fonued. and wno will exercise
a!?ravs under his immediate suneriaiecdeoce.
Fencing and Spamng taught as ajuil, upon the mast
j As evening class will be formed at an early period, and
eontuif'e ditTLSg the winter. til2w
T, NO. :,0 ANN-STREET.
VOL. I. *<>. 13*.
S C II O 0 L S,
XT !?emistnrT for Voon; I.jatlir*_At 32 Ri?
i:iL't.>n ?t.?1 ins loMitu'i in will be re-opened on Monday
the30th itwt. Sutuble instructor- are engaged for each
A Select Shool for Boy?. 15 lUo csuin-et*.' w.:a the m?r;
tntion, bm entirely sep?ra ? rruui t.ie Female Sc 100!
Particulars given on application.
aaJ7 huT >'. THOMPSON'. Pr adpaL
The .''li-sc? Coin' Young Ladies' Boat
sp.i! Day School, .No. 901 East Broad war; will opet on tii
30th iijy of August. A thorough course of English Ibr
Youag Ladies. Also, an Inlaut Department. Music
Lr-- >. - to Ladle* in or out 01*the SchooL
Some Sc'ioal Furniture VVaTei". ai" if
j Tlae Schools of Tj<??<.!?*. lii?:i;N "1
Pearl-street, 71 Divisioo-sl a : i i'~ Hotutoe-st. will be re?
opened after tho vacation i>u Monday, Aug. 30. Terms
mo terate. For particulars Inqnire at the respective insti
tuners. At the taller place will be opeeeJ a department
for Young La lics under the c ire of 31 as S. J. Rjtxa.
J. W. R \N!>. ) .
aSMJms A* BOX RAND, >1 M':'-'l a' ?
'VO rwf$2 CLCIRK? OF TtTtSCITY OF
I NEW YORK ?Professor BASSET will organize his
Evenii ?? Classes tor iustmetion m th.- French lanruagaoa
the s-Oth September instant; also on the 5th and 19 th 01
October next. A Class is already formed for those who
hat ice aequircd considerable knunlt'dge, wish to perfect
themselves !t converse! in. A Class of Youug Ladies will
also be attended rt .*? P. M. As tho.e who je n the different
1*1 'Sses ?: the above mentioned dates a ill eajwy many ad
vantages, he rrque-ts early application. Proft B. can 0?
?ecu either before :> A. .11. or after 8 P. .V. at his residence,
Broadway, sec nd door f.-om the corner of Broadway
and Grand-street. -It Im"
'J'HS-: I6EV. A. s tis\DE*'.?s Boarding ???d
1 Day School for young Ladies, IG8 Daane-streer, i>p
p site Duaoe Park, is Doe re-opened. Youar Ladies de
ttrous of pttr-m 1? exclusively the French langusge, ma)
have the OpportCait) ol doiast so at this Institution, under
the c tre of an experienced ?n 1 skilful instructress. ?13 It"
% t'( ?<?; I a n iJlft" liNssTITUTK.al >c?
2 Vork.?THE MlSShd HAVENS receis.
ladies a. boarding and day scholars -it the re-, lea.
their father, R. Havens, Esq., No. t.J Lafayette Place,
Their course of instruction embraces alt the umi?I
branch ? of English Education, including L'iblieal studies,
also, Latin. Greek, Italian, German, and ornamental
branches, as desired bv parents. Particular attention is
..??veil to i .strc'-ti. 1: in French.
Their Fall Term commences September 13th, but pupils
will be received at any time.
Further iafoeuMtion mny be obtained by communication
addressed to themselves as above, or to tticir father at his
o:!ir-. No. .''t Wall s:,,-!. New.York.
Th->y al-o refer to the following rentlemen:
Chancellor Walworth, Saratoga, New-York.
Hon. Ambrose Spencer, Lyons, Wayne Co.
Uoa. II -nr> Huntington, Rome.Onritla Co.
Rev. G. Spring D. D. New York City.
Hon J. Ph'dlips Pbesnix, do.
Hon. D. B. Tallmadge, do.
Col. F.: -ha Jenkins, do.
Daniel Lord. Jr. E-o, do.
BnrrWsketnan, Esq. do.
Messrs. T. & D.T. W. Porter, principals of the
Washington Institute, N. V.
Rev. s. H. Cox, D. I'. Brooklyn, New-York.
Lactu? C Duncan Esq. New-Orleans,
Jas. n. Leveneb', E q. nuOf? tf
L-T.liOrils CI.AMrtS? AI, A COHHEK.
??CIAL INSTITUTION, AT NE W-BRIGH'l ON
S 1 A PEN ISLAND.?'The pubiie arc respectfully informed
that the above named lastitute, situated 111 one of the mos
salubrious and fashionable part.- of New-Brighton, i? now
in s'irccs-fiil operation under the Immediate ebarte 01
EIJOKNE BIJRNAUD, and the superintendence of Dr.
I LDEFONSO MEDRANO.
The branches taught in this Institution are the English
mill n Odern languages .11 ithematl is, pure and mixed, tSco
erspln. Natural Philosophy, and Natural Ili-lory. In
ik'jrt. studeuts are lien: prepared for the coun-iug-house
or for en traten at any of tho Universities in the United
Suites or abro.'d.
While tae cultivation tf the mini is regarded iheeon
stitutiooal beslth is not aegleetedj but every opportunity
is gtvea to the student by gymaseoc exercises and scion
lific walks an.nud the boautifu localities of Staten Is and,
Ii itrengthen the tic Im of the body while the mental laeul
lies arc expanded, and =s the Freuds and Spanish lan?
guages arc spoken in the Institution, ami taught on M:,n
?-i a's system, an exci Hent opportunity is offered to Ame?
ricans to acquire tlu.-.-e languages thoroughly.
The terms for Tuition. Hoard, Washing, Mending, etc.,
nro $'no per annum, payable semi-anaually in advance.
No extra charrc dnnns vacations.
For details of plan ortui'ioa, A:e., sen prospectus, wliiel,
may be found with the following gentlemen, to whom it
1- permitted to refer:
lli- Excellency Hen Pe.lro de Arcen. Mini-ter Plenipo?
tentiary of her Catholic Majesty m Washington.
His Excellency Ui 11 A. rfalderon de la Barca, Ambassa?
dor of her? :iiholic Majesty in'Mexico.
Messrs; Peter II innoo) a Co., I'iuabia ft Manranedo, J.
Granja, Esq? A Patrullo Esq.. F. Del Hoyo. Esq.. Dr. a
Sidney Deane, Officer of Health of the Port of New-Yi rk ;
It. Phos, K. II eis. Esq., Joan l.-ron. k-^.. J. N. Reynolds
hs 1. W. (lei..-. P.-titde Killiers. N-w-Vork. an-.'.', :i Inr
1,'BK.st IB LANS.UAtiK.- Madame L. MA
I NE3CA LitntAND'S lir-t c'ass fur tho sensan com
menee. this evening; Hj the system -iie pursues the
learner may nopim- a fur knowledge of French by only a
fear lessons a week, of an hour each, during the wii ler,
? l? A>?S .Til -sSC_Mr. M. A. GA?
YAIN, his LADY and DAUGHTER bavieg resumed
their le-s-ns in Frenrli an t Music, (the PiaBO, uuitaran<l
Vocal.) requ" *t pupils to call and have their names emr,-.
ed, either for classes ,.r private lessons. Ti e morniag
h'oirs devoted to Ladiea, the ? reninga to lirnilcmrn. Th*
Preach taught after MakescaVOxal .svstkm, arhieh.Mr.
ti.h.is su ce-sfu'ty practised lor ansahen of year?, and for
which be is highly recommended by the author of th it
System, in his preface to Ins work.
1.' Seminaries and private urnilies daily attended to,
in !>oth branches, Apply at 397 Broadway, near Walker
-ireet. si 1 0'.
4 U< rtlTIIC 11 KAI. DliA WIN4S At. AM
-V r.itV, BV T. THOMAS at SON. :r, c aal-street,to
eemmence oa the fir>t Tuesday of October next ? her?
Mechanics of all classes, m the Building dcpartinent. are
taught 00 the best principles, Designs, Perspective Sha?
dowing and Oruatncutal Drawings. Apply at the office.
HI.tNO FOBt l> S?.-v\ 11.I.IA.M
[PLAIN', -ole ac.-nt n.r Tal!i'nn A Kandel'
;uperior eraud nclioa Piam -. T Karciay s'.
near Broadsvay.?The p tblic may rest assured thai instru?
ments of this establishment eaaaot Ik- excelled in ton
tuacri or appearance, by any manufaclared. ?nd at prk ???
never before ctl'cred. II svinx'been constantly engaged 11
Teaching, Tuning and Regulating for the !a>t suttees
ye -r?, he i- eoofideat he possesses ndvaalaije., to the -elec
tioa of Pi-mo- tmequaled. -I Im"
^sis^s^ij. PfArVOll USED
fct??*J^SS:i3 In the best lU'.nnc. at "'? ? nr. ? .? .1. m
'? ^ f jl spi Iii stioo -t 1''.- Fulti n-street up -t lira
Al-o. Acconlioaa tuned und repaired. s7 ln,is*
K?tajT?ONS i UlBttONS ! KlBBONS!
IfTILLINERS purchasing goods lor ...eh re invited to
.?1 call and eqamiaa the large and desirable ?s-ortmeat
?if Goods uow being ?pe-.ed at BO NN KT MILLER'S
? hean Ribhon store, 138] William-street, tear Ann. Hat
.-iiks -slid Ribbons of every st\le, together with all articles
aeei ssary ?r Mil iaery purposes, wh.ch *ili be -oid cheap.
Remember the cumber.
.-1 i -'w BtlNNcT MILLER, L>; Wi'liain -trect
4 heap and ?plenilid Full f-tiblsona
MJ. DRUMMONU 309 (inn.!, basjast received from
? Aucti 111 a most splendid assortment 0/ >i!k- and
Ribbons w-tieii he can and will -ell lower .nan any johl.er
downtown. Tho-c country m N-nen. who -o liberally
patr-niz-d |,,ra Iit-i yes-, are re-tuestei to an^ esnm
in - kii Rock . as be will sell at a snia'l adrai.ee an auctioa
prices Lines sad Edaiaga, retailed lower thin any otisei
'sla'tlishraent. Jsc net SsrtSS and Book Muslim?with a
-feaerJ a-?oitmr.ut of Fsacv Gaols.
N. B. Colcred Silk Velvell jl per yd. atUOOGraid
street. s!3 Im
VJEW FALL G -U (S B>sJ??A LF RE D SRiTM,
-s Merchant Tailor, No. 126 Fuitm-st. would invite bis
friends and the public to call asd ciamme liu stock of '
uiw Fsll ftiiods,ce.u.i-tii:ff ot Cloth.-, t'a.ssimere_i and Ves -
isgs tuited to tiis fall trade. Gentlemen leaviug their or
dcrs may rely ut oe their beire fulfilled in the most satt?,
factory maun..-. Terms moderate?Cash 00 delivery. ?2 if
CHEAP t.lBPiiT tST4>KE.-Tne subscn
I or utfers lor sals a new aud splendid assortment of
3-ply Bru--els. fine and superfine. Ingrsii, Carpeting, Oil
Chsth, Rues. Mutts, Matune. with all otiier articles coh
aected with the business, cheaper than can be bought at any
other store in the city. Persons from the country or city
wishtuz to purchase will find it mu?.h to th;ir advantage to
ca'l bclore purchasing elicwhere. at 47 Canal-street, south
aide, aear Broad way. DANIEL M WH.rf.v. ?u->7 :im
TOUGH bfcAKDS !
PI.EASUKE IN 8DAVING by tic use ol
CHAPMAN':- MAGIC RAZOR STROP, with which
Kvery person n.ay keep his razor iu perfect order, whether
it -a or on laud. It present* four faces, each of dilTer'ai
sharpeaing propcrtie-, corameocinir with the metallw
Hone, often tir.ies the poster of th? oniiaary hone, and
Stusbing oa the simple calf-kia- Retail prices 50 cents,
70 ccou. $1 00. ?1 -i5, and $1 50 each, according la size
aud outward finisb. The perfbrmicg part of a <a cent
Stiop tho sauie aa one at II j*'- -?
I. CHAPMAN, 199 William-st.
N. B. The performing part of oy 75 cents Strop war- \
ranted to be superior to Geo. Saaaders'beat, at 13 each,
and the money returned if the ptirciujer OC diisaUsced. !
W A N T S.
U".?>ti ?-Aw? s:.-s ?. ,? ? .-fer- thr*
' harre ol" n ksftai f. a- rrort i ad a lit?
tle child. The lK?t of r lerrooc roiuired. .'?,? \ ..t Jv>
FirN'h >f rrom 3 toti I?. V. '. 4 3?
\i' ?n - EO?A c oted . rl a tnutl
?t e nk, ansah and ircn. Hast come recoaiasendcd.
Applr at 12 (lata311) Jo'ie?trrrr. sMSf
?T?kVb ?ND CA BT WAItTETJi
1 i persou ha? iaga coed IL r?r and Cart. ? it a t eca-Uns
??fi or t-.oc.ood -tor's, to dispose >T cm bear if a par
cbaser br aJdi s:iog >. P.,Tribune irT.ee. >u:.r. t
Ac. " .113;?
T ? Vinegar Ui>tiller? and J:.inufi.iur-.-:s.
U"A NTED-A competent pe-ron in every : rasch of
th- ib.?- home*-, lo "-.'lorn pcrtn-ncui ? _p .?_ meat
csn he given, ou application to
s!4 -f B. SOXES, 3 V, all r :.
rpb CHOIBS_A person ?1 has sa .; .-.. .?
I iaconducting aChoirtaaa bpi-copsl Chi ch.tvoetd
like to obtain a situation in any ?>(' the Chun h t ' . r> iu
ihtsi . y. He srould -tso ba ?hol U employ a pert . f
his time in copyjne masic Alice ad reased '*S.' '"'at
the Triboai OVcc wjtloe prowptlv aiten?'ed to. -13 3.*
loif:;,! V?-.. slIOEMAKEti N ?>
?' bj FE\ol miv, .\c. Gnnd-su el pa -. ts i 3s.
6 '. sod c? ters st 4s. Fifty e.x-,1 sad steady n e i ' tie
si slant employment : als.-?. sottM en luru uronnda, a il a few
oi rtos^.,- ?r':t griter- at 3s._>I3V
\-'A.i f?ll-K er pec table fmmil es retn nine i-i.
II city and o:h <r citnscss can h? supplii ?! ? .th faitbfo ,
icxperats ad trustworthy Protestant Servans at Ihn
American Office, S6I Broadwar. third door brl - Prioce
't re.. sI3lw? " T. I I.! MiV.
TITA NT Els MTV AT 10 N ft?B > rood
* > Amerieai Cook*, Engli h.Ge man, Irish IV. u ? ant
ai d colored cl a -nor mai.S and girl, for hottSC ; also
CirN._Apply t.'lOtrnadwav. ,.;t| In,
tTMKTED MITCATIONS i . i .1
vT vaiters, srhitnand ?lered ccachmen, laborers ard
hoys fat traJe.s. Apply436 Broadway, abovoTain sails.
_. _ au3l im
\\*AX FE?'-tVif.n ly.attke Fieel ? I jc.c'.'f
is lice, 13 i Bowery,good places for an assorts ? of
co d servants. ,<j I?
-f\ aiiir^* ? t.M Ki) -r, .-, . !...??
HOF..lift!YS l-'eclo.-... .No. !- I.ibr;. Vj
slory. ,11 iw
L> da'ed with Board and pleasant rooms at I : Broad?
s-ay, south-weal corn-r of Grand st. ?.',.
pO.iBB?Kith pleaaai Booms, can be .I by
\> fsmiliesnr sinclo geatl men at 77 Jau.-ray- :. Tei ns
modarste. KciVrcu.es exchnnged. Mi lu.
] J LE?^?I, l' UOOjaH and good f.- lily "ft A
i i:::-> nbMircd I v ?? persons of .,i -t ? s ai
?."> Uurray-st The locnrj n very ccutraJ, a:;d or evrry
sr.-oiint a desdrahte -.>?i la ace ' '
jVOTACK- R He Insurance i\..s;. i -.Ac
i-s ?The ondersigeed kara f mirj to uppo't, aad has
'???en out of rcpal >r employment fer several.ml'.. Ha
? . well Bcqa inte I with he Ci'y, and would ?. ke to devote
? ! lime to the collection of debts, or any out-ttoor busi?
ness. He e as for several years a. clerk in t e lice liter's
Office and is well known to the gentlemen of the Rar in
i is City, to many of ? h?rn nec u r. fer fortesdmonnls of
character ability, and untiring industry.
MAVID 1.1.Aim 213 I ivisien a , or 132 Chatham.
Refers to Thoe. SU E -at i. Essj., .V. It. II in. Esq. SheriO.
(tasenei a i mng, II. ,v S. :c-\?jr. Win. U.Warner. 167
: > j; .? h u a y a k i-: it t ?.? k i?- h v.
Ii Urse an. convenient i story house cue block from
Broadway, where gentlemen r.-n bo acconuxocntrd . ith
good board for $i."'U per weak, also single beds and pi a
sant rooms, by applying aiN'o.y UowardVet.cor.of Elm,
entrance in Elm-streot |v21 ;r
DOABD?Pleasant rooms, ?iih board, can ob
D tuned at II* Cedar-stroeC-nenr Greenwich aulflm*
ri<* A Hfr ? >4J.--Single gentleman (and no
) residing i5 the lower part ol the City i i i Lo J..:
comn>odateu with coed Board, with or without rooms,
40 Fulton-st. AUo. three or font can have Dinner only,
if desired. jfSA tf?
iTik.ilCU?V\ilb (de.,. , it parlors n;e> be .?! at -7
si llndsonsi Also rooass for single gendem n. Terms
moderate. sit Im
iliMituilVtj Ii :ie;u-?*?rth.
pi ENI LKMF.N visiting New-York will (hid s q I
t! pia-iui hrn.e at the i!IIAIIAM lll'lsi .
Barclay street, when ample accommodations are at all
nines reserved fortransiant Boarders, and afforded ui mod?
erate pure,, by the day or week. No fumei of Tobacco,
or \b ohol will be found to ruiiii .he atmosphere,
N. B. * lew permanent Hoarders w,t; l>e taken
New.York. April 17th. 1841. [ i] ItriSWKI I GOBS.
Ti^ WAPfTEt* ?i?itn. s?Toiij:7..r - iE . w?ii i?
167?eated for th" ret'ail or praetieeof .Medicine. It is m
;il.,*) popuiMiis neighborhood, ml one of the Mam lli,
rough fa res . f the eitv, an I presents an excellent opportn
nity for the sale of Soda Water, Perfumery. Fancy \. 11
cles, ic. It affords al-o a g aad chance for <"u ping,
Leeching, Bleeding and T??ln-Drawii'g, an I the mmi r
uranches of Surgery. Apply at 101 West Ur adw iv, cor?
W to 1. E < ? t'ii. More Nu 7; tie* ,.?i, i?~
mtsT rate stand for the Croeory aad Provision bnsin-ss,
a tv inn be u occupied as luchfor many yrnr-. Immei into
Ii ajsetsion can bu had. Inquire ou ihn premises, or ut No.
To next door. _J_?13 lit"
BOOfflM TO LET?A r?snT and bed-ioom
Tili, with rlo-eis pal.trii A:c. suitable for s imall fami?
ly. A'-o. one large room extraordinarily wall lighted,
suitable for u work-she,. Inquire on the premises of
nul-f Im JOHN LOt'KK. in reir of II A;,i,-.|.
AjSV TO LET.?Tho lot and building on the North
3ii?_ easterly corner of Lewis und Rivingti u sl^. Tl e
huildinghas been used as an Iron Foundry, and is an ".ve.ei
! jut situation, ami wi'l be let for the same business. Thors
I- in ;be building ? -team-, ngine, boiler eupol i for mi king
icon, bellows ami fixtures complete?ill 'ii gonil order?
which will be sold to the peraon takine tbeeslnbli h end
tpplv ic Mrs Eleai or Trnsselj, No. 90 Lnv i- L -Jw
The third ator7 of the rear building No. 30 A-in
etr :nu 1> oac of iho best lleoms in ihe city lor m
Printing onlen, or onj light business being lighted on ihre?
lidea. Apply to Ji. GREELEY. ,?
fJUtf J. WINl'UMTKR. 3 ?? Inert.
FOR stt*,i:-A vslu.Farm, of 171
ehester, Ii miles south of White Plains, in *Vi it
road; decidedly nmlon a lioeofRah ..... f c .
u t' e Coli Ity.>l F .rm ind r/ill be sold U| on !? i I . . I
rm?. Inquire of WARREN & BENSON, No. I ' ? .
vim"r 1.0th to he let
WS COO and ill Franklin street n ar West each by
iU feet Possession immediately. Inquire.of
siI Im' F. COPCUTT.4(6Washinei . it,
DXTENIHf'E ?AJLE OF VALUABLE PRO.
s'a i'i Ki t ai New-Brighton, Stateu Island by sab
'1 Tru-tees of the New-Bnehton Aseeeiati u have
male arrangements for itu?*slo of live hundred blotor
aircclfcof la.id, rmbracing the most desirable and best io
la ed [Mirli DS of their property, earh parcel . ontai ill i'
ml l> as man eirht lolj of 35 feet by lUti .'e?t an I SOWS of
them contaiiiiiiy from one to livo acres. Oil icveral of
them ase splendid improvements, comprising lerge man?
sion hoa.se? hotel '.eoiia-es.ilocks.etc etc. in perfl 11 oidcr.
The plan adopted for disposing of ike above property
presents great inducements to llsa capitalist desirous of
making a good iaveatmont, aed lo all w?o may ri?h iooIi
lain h c luntry residence at a very unrlerate price, . ?! la
, position the most eligible in the vicinity oi Ni w-Vbrk.
For the pr sprctus, plan a:.d details of the ?an e, apply
to HENRI LYNCH, President, ?i the office of th.; a?'
??i i .to.a. No. j II ?eover street, up stairs.
Books of sub cription are ojsened by EDWARD A ?'!
I OLL. Esq .Trusf-e, at th< ?'.'?iee of the New-Ycrl ' "fn
ind Tru.-.t Company, No. 3* W-Ul-sL By oidir- '.e
Trusters. an't if
I an ii in bi.?.3NOI-4.-F. r -u- of
l a La.ci i . Warn a ('i icty, I I io i>, Lear th" o u
if Mercer County, ::i u reed f.rmiiis section of cau v,
. iii f * W. 13, 13 N . 3 W. Taxes ail pud and wa-ni:'..!
ille given. Price $330, cash, loquirepl
>:r S( Itp'l r'KI.IV ,o FEKRI-.-iMrii-m! ers-st.
U At*LE lt<iot VErniiE??.?.'i.iu. I
?1 quality, suitable for fancy chatr. makers and others,
for sale at Am Washicgton-kt '-11 ln?-) P.COPI UTT.
foo.l of .M:tn
li-iiiic? .1 fr-iirt
ol" bis teeth
t.tcr?. among whom nre the followtt-j?""Tf'I*to
Lycurgusj Pythagoras. Porphyry, Plof-egcn, Collen,
Cuvier, Abcrnetby, Cieync, Bell, S. Graltam, and
Ten, ami its effect* ? Sheep M on MSB-?Scro?
fula Lrom eating pork ? Eilect, ol stimulants on
the jaws aa;l teeth of mm ; uUo on animals, v.th
plates?-Milk for the yoboi ?Bloodsuckers ? Mo?
saic Law ? Teetliing of iniaits ? Salt ?Unleaven?
ed breail ?Manner of preparing ami mak'nj: brer. 1
_Fat, and its effects ? Nourishment, ani its ef
fects ? Man must labor for His support ? Digestion,
and a picture ol the human stomach ? .Mineral
poisons, and their effects ? Tooth-ache? Relation
of husband and wife ? Power of as>im:!at:<m ?
Feedmg London swine ? Sleep ? NotrilioOS matter
m anuna! and vegetable substances ? latqaities of
parents visited on their chi! Iren ? Corsets and - nal
waists?To young m.-a who intend to get wives
and raise he?lthv children ? Disobedience lo pa?
rents shortens life ? Marriage and long life?To
ladies who believe the Bible (or say so) and wish
tu rule thetr husbands.
It contains -IS pages. Price, 6 cents.
A liberal deduction made to those who buy to
For sale at the Health Booltstore, 126 Faltcu
street, If. Y