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PRICE OXE CEW. THE NEW-YOBE TRIBUNE yri b? pub I i ?ho?! every morning, (Sunday, excepted,] ?t No. -TO Ana-street, N-w-York. A. ' kdirered to City Sub.? rrlVr- ..?- One Cent per copy. MaHSabicribers, $4 pcraanom iu advance: otherwise $5. TO THE ADVERTISING PUBLIC, la dm hope of secnri::? a wide and general Adv.Tti.iny patronage, tie. fit?.?-of our friend- will be inserted till further notice .it the fol ?atrtsg reduced rate?, riz; FOR r.ACIt ADVERTISF.Mr.ST OP ?forelrefines or less aver sin), first insertion.... 50 cl*. Pa, for each subsequent insertion. ??'*' 44 jbftrtixi!-' ; wccH.9t SO hr Twenty-five insertions, or ??>? mouth.$3 OO Longer Adrertisomenta at equally favorable rate*, fur Fiv?- lines, h ilf the above rate. ? Two line., one-fourth of ta?r* rate?payable in all i a*es in advance. _ aC B?R? HX? t!i MATS AND i ai?.*. Bf Tin- -ii!i- i i!".t would re.|ir?-tfiiH> iii!"r.n hl* Inend- and tae ??9 p . ecu, rally.I u : he has aoa on hand suitable f..r the ?uro ~ 'r,?r .,...,.??, ?? full and complete BMortmeni of Hats and Caps tftke newest and most apprnvod patterns, which be offers for >al<: at prie-s which cannol fail to meet their approbation. Trading upon the principle of large gales and ?mall profit*. Tab aatortrnenl consisu in part, ol? Satin beaver Hats on fur bodies, at.*?-! 56 S!u>rt nap'd moleskin .-ilk Hat*.3 'Mi Sup. ?Iiort nap'd asoleskia far bodies. a 5o Fme -hurt nap'd Nutria Hal*..'; ?U Nutria Fur Hat-.3 00 Fiae for body Nntria Hat?.?; fin Whit"[beaverand Russia Fur Hat.-I 50a5 50 Abo, a full assortment of mens' and boy*' double brim Legbora RtU s'Btleineu*' travelling and Dress Caps,. hildrcus' clotli. velvet ?ad Faecy Caps boys' round i rown Fur and Silk Hats, Ac, Sic. Wholesale nirrchan:- mid dealers supplied hv the dozen or case, | it the '?-:task price*. WM. HANTA, jot-Im Chatham-sirret. New-York. NEW 'FAsiUIIIA'aklk li t 'f NTORE. 'T.'ie -ulwrilier reap.?tfully informs In* friends and tbe public that he Im? opened the Store No. ?0 CI, a tlmm-street, aid m lito their attention a superb assortment of Hats and Caps ? runufu.' tared frnni the choicest materials and in the most approved ey!f?. which he offers al a* low if not lower price* than can be nl> ui??J at any oilier establishment. He is not confined t? a ene-pra e,i Bit. but has a full assortmeut, and foeli confident in hi* nlnlm- to suit fctarieiand pockets of all. ANDREW H. WILSON, No. 80 Chatham -t. between Pearl and Dunne; 8- lutifal ityle of light Summer Hats a?w ready, consisting of line [Kb Be*1 er, plain Hr.di and Pearl Hats; also Men's, Youths' and I ii (et? Leghorn and Palm Hats. mSts-lni **- MATS: HATS !! ?ff P. WATSON rcspectfulk. reminds his customers and ihe ?K publh generally, that he has a full supply of Fashionable Hats, of tin- DtJrsny pattern, :,- well n> other models, to suit tuture and taste, at iiie(.|d established prices, viz. : S,lk, .?.--.MI. Mole, nRtrtria, &50, and Bearer, $4,50, which are 25 per cent, cbcuper ou the ?ir?e quality can be bought *).<??her.. V be regular increase ?Iii list of customer, for the last three years, bean ample testimony i liAfir quality and durabilitv. WATS?N, 154 Chatham-sU and 160 Bowery. K. 3.?A!?o. the mo?l extensive ussortmciil of CAPS of every liKriptuM to be found in the City, nt prices corresponding.. IVboles de dealer--are partleiilarlv invited to look al In- Stock of Bttiaad Caps while purchasing, and he assure* them that avery irtidei. thoroughly ins|>ectrd previous ta delivery. ni7 rtm CD~N A N T?"? JBj FASHIONABLE HAT ESTABLISHMENT, fca!6 No. 280 Grand- street, New-York. ^ inQy :im t "i kPiTi.k3ikn V ?i.'?i k ic ii a'i'm.?I.eehor.d x.? Stria HaU of every description i leaned or dyed, and pressed a uwhionable thaae, al L PIGNOLETS Dying EsinblUhmet, ?o2*j ii? ? No. 9 Ban lay, or467 Pr.rl-.-t.. near Chatham. ( ?IH,M>'EKV.- >lr.. HAMILTON. 43S lY.-irl--iie.-t, ?ar trilhiim -treei.i continues io make, clean aud alter La- : - Hat- in the mo-i faahkmnble ?t) le ; also, Ladies' Caps eie ftui!) made and trimmed. ml5-3m" mrs. W. m uh t/.. MILLINERY AND FANCY STORE. No. 166 WiUiam-street, oeir Beekman. Ladies DRESS CAPS, nude to order; Crimp sard . i taatl) on hand or made al the shortest notice. inti tiw &l H'l'<ll' ii fill ! ?TOP ii hi: ? OLD RdSS RICHARDS Ims just stepped into that elegant Jtj !'.sol and Shoe snir.-. No. 174 Chatham Square,?ilh more ilian S'JO.OOO arorth of Boot* and si. Why, he ha* got every had all the mott faahionablo Boots and Shoe* I ever saw, and tin V>t of ?Ork too; and in- prices are w low thai every body ruu* right ?fr? to buy. No wonder thai ins store is alwni - mi lull ofCUStomerf, ?he* ?!!. the best at half price. Ladies, Gentlemen, Jobbers, baatry Merchants, Sic will undoubtedly call and accept a few bar rui.-aftle- tallest kind. No. l"l Chatham S<(nare is always o?en, acept Sundays. jei-im* ItOOH' V\l) ?illOK STORK, No. IdO CHATHAM-STaEET. WILLIAM II. SCOFIEL? is opposition 11 all the bumbug of the day?to all state Prison monopolies, and 10 all 4?' -i . - -II mi-eraide, | im>i Sli. lie offer* limits and Shoe- of Ik owe mnniUacturo, madeby goml, houcsl mechanic*. Ladies', ecu Heiaen's, rn--e? mid children'*, in great variety, at price* lower thai, ny other establishment in thf city. The citizens of New-York w ill a) well to"cnll'aad'exaialao his *tock and save 25 per cent, of their ?eaey. M 11 He doe- ho bragging about his 2re.1t Show Window, neither tos. V- ?01 use his neighbor* of doing their business in open H irn?, hit go1* opposition to all who.-,-ll miserable, poor olioes am! shave tie native-. je-lw JCIIKAP AND 4.<?<>!>. ALL who want to got Boot* and shoe- of the best quality anJ latest fashions lower that, have hitherto been offered m tin dty, will please eall lit tilt CLINTON BOOT AND SHOE MARKET, No. ISM Canal-street, northeast corner of llu l-oi.-Mr-.-t. ?here c ui be found almost .-very 1I1111L' in Hoot and Shoe lite, clisi|s?r than f ?er. I.mlie-, you can get Gaiter*, Hu-kin-. Walking Shaes aud Slips at tin- establishment, of all col- r- ami kinds, suit.d.i.. fcr the. spring and snmmcr wear, cheap as the cheapest and good.a* ike rx-j' Country merchant* are Mdicitee to call and examine our nock of goods bet re purchasing elsewhere. N. Rs?Don't forget the bame and number. 201 Canal-street, uerth mt coroarjof lludson-atroel. A. KNON a CO. mil Im & THE GREAT PATUARIKE BOOT -V ? sliUK MARKET, Td Catharine-street, corner of Monroe. Jwsi r.l'.fM'.K A CO. would inform tbe citizens of New-York, " : - saktyn, and tbe surruuntlin- con itry, thai they ha, e opened ' store, with Boots and Shoes Enoaeh to supply half ibe Nution, The Cheapest and Best in all Creation. Le*- >? you : an find at i':i- -tore :i splendid a?ortin-nt of black and toivsd (.,-itoi-. tiped Cloth Boskbi*, Morocco, French Buskins, Slip hn aed Ties, at about t*- third- tks price usually asked for the ?we jrncles. Csgdsmen. yon too can find a sploudid a--ortmeiit of stout and fine ??W.S. Ik-oR.:.-. Shoes aud Pumps, torethtr ?ith :uiy quantity of "<>)?', Hisses' mi 1 Chddrcn's b04>t*aml Shoes,all of which wiill.. Msnwefthaa the same articles wer? ever sold before. Come one, nb* alt; and examine for ourselves. Pl-ue recoil.-, t that this -tore is " t Catharine, comer of Monroe ''the first corner below Lord A Tav lor's, and next do ?r to Hull's ?*f<? Dry Ooon. store. t p B??Coantrv man h mts am! oth. r- in the trs.de. who w ish tobuv, v-lio.ip f;r cask) woaM ?-.<? well to call before they purchase el*e mil Im* A "-'KAI., MANTEL WD HALL LAMPS,Girandole*,Candel '* J*,r*- Japanned Tea-Travs, Bread-Baskets, in sett- or separate, Table Cutlery-, and Ebony 01 Alabaster Clock*; for sale by BUOll A .sv.\ I ON, 11 '? Chatbaiu-st ft- R Lamps rebrouzi :.. .: repaired,equal to new. Extra Lamp - ? Sec on hand. M29-lf to HOVSiE KKFPEKM. I nlTruijij,, Lamp Manutactarer. 164 Broadway, in tbe . rear L_Lamps, l^mterr.- and Girandole* made to order, on rea ?jo*1.I.- tornu. All ku.-l. ?f Lam;.-.Chaii.lr!i.-i s. A... repaired, alleted i.d eef nt-he.1 e,in?l t,. ?ttH . Iui> ,f Q"AM AND WATER PI I*E.?TATHAM'S Compositioa v? j is,r I.a. or Water, n, k-nrthi from 60 t? :?>0 feet, and J to 1 .ac., w diameter I'ln, ankle ? ,? general use tKroughoul Enr ? I 1 Id E ? ope for t o... and obere rcrm*<.?nt fixture* are required ?aa - 1 t tip at one third km ,han iron or copper. It is warranted ?.' '?? hmes the pTwaaroofleaden pipe of the same- weight ?'.'?' ;. rriK^ Vom.-? ****** Gt*. or impart any taste 10 nter lud is fK-rfectly polished ia-idr n,?| ollt 1 ? above article .-Mamie hy_a uearly iaveatcd process, and 1- wor tae aoucc oi a.l wi.,. lutend wing theCrotonAVater.or nattinenu v?? :? :vi';.-e-. Constantly ou hand and for *ah* bv ?"! : !' BENJ. TAT 11 V>i; Jr. 248 W,,er.st. rr,?r C-LOCKStl CLOCK!*:: ijnti .,- lersigned h u . ki ? the agency foe the sale of JEROME'S ' BRASS clocks, nt t:,e,rru.rk ?'.,*,??.. n? V"^. JVwVrre hewrfl sell their PaTWSI Eighl Day and Thirty Hour ?*>i.i>-as. of a variety o! patten.-, at the iW<s( ?|?,,?->ale Factory ,"lc'h Hroxaants and dealers in Clocks would do ?eil to call and ( S '',' : Mock before purchasing. Al-o. an assortment of Wood if roa Cash. Recollecttb?nna>her,~9M'Broadwav u N\ ? , ISAAC 0. HINSDALK. t j. V'rrl -?"ticularattentK.n paid to the Retail lr.'.Je. Every dH^-rit> VVck? repaired an.! warranted. M? fa.tlll.v GROCERIES. "s>I WARLOW keep* constantly on hand a larrc ?-^.^""?^e-t of <;r<K-r.-ies at In. Btore, i ?.-r.er of Watt* an.l Sulli ituordi*1*'*hic'' 1,0 effort, fog ?Ua to Us cttstooien and the public *?'--s-j*' *,t!l t'"' eoufidence tri tt they ae* 3, rhenp aad as wet] ?WMuyiothecily. mi U" m I ti ti i je^ir?. yoti to uadfriUnd the tru? pr Mto let. a BRICK stable in Grw '-street, first ose ahoi Bleecs er-street. Inquire ot nKitf Al.Fr.FD ROACH. 4j H...i(r r , , TO I.i T. fpjffi \ rtore und baek-'oom on the i ??-Tt-r of G-ind and Elm ?*^".tri-eL-, in the large budding. Rentmoderate to agoed I aaai Suitable for any fancy busi -:cst. je.'!-tf I'OK xa I>E?Or ? xehange fni ..- , u\ i ( itj Pr pi - t_v?A Farm of acre-, situated in Huntington Township, L. 'I., miles from Norlhport, from which a steamboat plies to aad from New-York twice a weefc Good building., rood wawr. 4c. &c. For full particular- inquire of K. W. \\ lM)ii, -1 K:i ir.ztm.-str?? '.. Al-o, a dark grey Horse, 7 years old, 15 bands. h>zii. ;'(**! in -::.;f ami doable haraess,just from the country, and warranted sound. In? quire as ;i!h>v-._j>I -lm* 1 A I,OS* FOR ?ALE :\ BROOKLYIV.-Sev JT '-rul building lots in C?urt-street,urCniou-street. Also, sev? eral lots in Cunion-street, i-ar the new Episcopal Church now building Tin- piece ol ground contains lfi,lM6square feet, i*d would ! (??? a i.tv eligible spot for a House and Garden, le.qttir' of ALEX? ANDER OOS BURY, Smith-street, near Fulica-st. je2 6teod' /f^L TO liJEX?Three very desirable Houses, just I Km? Twelfth-street, at the junction of Greenwich Lane. Thi jr roi> t.i?i all the modem improvements, with marble stoops an ?'. i> i*e mein-. Rents very moderate. Inquire of JOHN DAR LEV, 9 N . san-st Key at No. ?'? T* elfth-sL je L-'t ? TO BENT until ihclstoi March aext^The SI i ., ?I Cottage situated on the summit of Castle PoiatatJIob?ken, ih.tucftee privilege of the Ferry, bul neither of idie build? ings otherwise than as a private residence or boarding-house. For ; further information apply at the ?Ii..- ..f li.r Hobokea Company, a: : Hoboke.n. je4-l? to h.b-:t. T' o third story of the rear bunding No. S9 Aon-sticet. 1: one oi the l>e?t Rooms in the city nr u Printing office, ?r j:ij ip':t business, being lighted on three side*. Rent $150. Apply :> teil if If. GREKLKY. ?c J. WINCH ESTER, 30 Am-?. i%OFLE'M n. S 2-: OF STJKAltlROAT*. p-i-o fa FOJl ALBAfflt_FAI.'k $1. - The new and cocunodious eteamboai NORTH AMERICA, Capt, M. H. Truesdell, will i. u the n Cortlandt and Liberty street.-. On TUESDAY AFTERNOON, June 8th, at 5 o'clock. For passage or freight, applv tu P. C. SCHULTZ, at th.r.. p. or on b?ard. N. ii. All kinds of pro|ierty taken only at the risk, of-.the owners thereof. je5 F - cVfcAV-VOKK, ALBANV AND TRO V STEAMBOAT LINE For Alban]. from the fool of War. lay-rtreet?The TROY, on Monday morning at * o,. !>.. k. Th* ALBANY, in Tues? day morning, at 7 o'clock. CLOCK MERCHANTS, r\BALER?, and others, nreinvited to r.II at JOHNSON S '"I.f K'K If MANUFACTORY, rccentl) removed from the corner of C?rt laa.lt and Greenwich-streets, to No. 16 Cortkndt-street, near Broad? way, where tbey will liud a large assortment of Clocks, comprising -<??.vr.il new patterns, both llra-s mid Wood, which will be sold as low (far cash a.* at any ether establishment in the United States. Dealers are informed that all Clocks sold at the above place are a irranted a good article ami inferior to none. WM. S. JOHNSON, Agent for the sale of mil lm Jerome's Patent Brass Clocks. / lOliD AM) SII/VEK WATCHES, fashionable Jew. Is dry. Silver Spoons, Butter Knives, Sir;ar Ton"-, .'i'.. plati 1 l ahe Baskets, Candlesticks, Snnffcrs audTrays, Castors, See., Britan? nia Conee-Pots and Urn-, Tea Sells, *c und Faac> Goods g?n?ralb . fur sale by BEACH A SEXTON, 114 Chatham-street. N. I?. Watches nnd Jewelry repaired. m29-tf IOSIN MI la Is ARD, Practical Watch-Mnkcr, hue of Canal si and Spriug-streets, has removed to Bowery, n..:o- Fifth-street. Watehe? carefully repaired. je-lm' ??LLED GERMAN SILVER. JAMES MOFFETT, 121 Prinec-street, near Wooster,would pnr ticularly call the attention ol Hardware Dealers aud Manufacturers to his superior artic e of German Silver, wjiich he oners for sale a bole sale iuiJ retail, of all thicknesses, and warrants h equal to any, cither Foreim ro- Domestic, forcokir and softness. ui.~j-tf BVLLED A.M> I'l.atkkm' BRASS. AFIRST RATE article of Rolled and Platers ?ras-, can always l.e found at JAMES a. MOFFET, 121 Prince .-tr.-et. near Wooster, at the lowest market price... Likewise a very superior urtirle ol Cooper'. Brass. a'-- if WELDBD WROU4S1IT aBC<5.\ PIt*E.?MORRIS, TASKER .v MORRIS'S Welded Wrought Iron Pipe, for Gas, llotwater and Stream, warranted equal, if not superior, to Itnti-li mvn ufacture, from I to2j inches in diameter. Constantly on haadaaJ fo isale ?I tlie manufacturers' prices bv jel-lw" BENJ. TATHA?!. Jr. 249 Water-it. , BI7IL.OKK*P ilARWiVAnK, at ??. Dm-.-street.?t ' comp ete assortint nt ofdnsh Pullies, Cult Hinges, Screws, Amer? ican and Enpli !i Knoli Lock-. Fine Plate. Dead, Cupboard, Draw, Chest and Pnd Locks, Barrel, Round, Square Springs, Flush and Shutter r. it-. Hook and Plate Hinges, together with nearly every ar? ticle iu tin line, all of which Hell lie -old a- lor. .is at any place iu the lity. Also, Cut Nails Dv the cask, at tlie lowest market price for ea-h. ml-.-tf JOSF.PH WF.KD '1UBLE It .\ S V A>? FORKM.-1 splendid as i sart neiit. just received Irom ihe manufactures at Sheffield, Ens vhiml, i cd for sale at uunsuul low prii -. at the Hardw are store, 96 Division--t.-eet. mFI 3i<;asTivi,Vo scows*.?Dr.iei-wrui im?vsimI'roved i LIGHTNING CONDUCTORS for buildings, left at his .! e, Na. 151 Fulion-streeti will receive prompt attei :mu. These.Conductors are decidedly superior u? an) heretofore used, and are believed to i fiord perfect protection against the deslriictivt effects of lightning. The Rods are furnished by him and creeled uu- . der Iu- superintend* nee. Gcntlemeu ? ho may wish t.> consul! !oni is regard lo their peculiar advaiit iges, espi-nse of furaishinsr. erecting, tic are re.pei itiilly muted to rail at his office or forward theirnamea aud he ?ill meet them at any plat c th. y in ly designate. .ji -'-iif s. \3 I.1ZA. where did yon get this dl lijlitfuM?a'Uujr-Chnir ' " 1 Ii '? Why, si.-ter. have you ... t as ewal It?, kers in Ko-tou "It's true Boston i- celebrated for.Rocking-Chairs, but we have nothing toc-mparc with thi-. Such perfect ease?it rock, of itself." ?? i purchased it at Sir. King's, in Broadway, betwe*sn Grand and Broome streets." ?' I will ret .lames to procure mc oae; but won't they smile at th idea: its something like bringing eouls to Newcastle, wa re it not liint it surpasses any thing we have there." "Sister, do not flatter yourself that yours ?:ll be the first intro dined into Boston; Yank.Iirewdness has discovered iL I remember | .Mr. K. remarked to me incidentally that he >??!.! a number to the, first familie- in Boston." js2-lf A.iat::csiM.\ sio't'S.J. at ..?xi.>:.. r;*llls kcw and beautiful House is situated on Msiii-slreet, fronting I Harket S ,nare. having .... ? \..UU at vi?? of the Hudson River. It ha., just been furnished entirely with new, neat, and conresient furniture, aud afford* the best uceoiamisdalions for a few genteel families and single boarder, of an\ other es tnlikshmi nt in the Country. Those wishing to avail themselves of this opportunit) . will do well to apply early to tlie Proprietor, mi;, i,,,' L WORKMAN. Siag Sing. tHih EIVWIC'II POTT ft KY, ?JOI Eighicoutb-sitrcpt, ?BTWCCM THK NINTH AND TKNTII SVEJIVES. riii'iK su" scriber respei tfully informs the Public that he cootiuues 1 L to manufacture the following arts les, whi< u he ..ii>-r.- for sale on 1 reasonable term-, viz: Stone Ware, Kurth-rn Wore, Portable Furnaces, Chimney Pots, Stove Tube.-, Oi n Tile, Green-Ilou?e do., Tire Brick, Druggist and Cbcwieal Ware. *c. .Vr. Move Linings awde lo any pattern and at -lo>rt notice. j..-.> 3m WASHINGTON SMITH. I itiE?P i'Kui'kKBV STOKE, 16? Bwery.?TV V' subscriber in- ou hand .< general sssortmest of China, Glass, und Fan hem Ware. A-ir.il Lamps, Ar. wkich will be sold very cheap f-r.a-li, at wholesah and retail. P. CHILD. N. B. Good, sent to any part of the i ity or Brooklyn fre>- of charge. je2-lm' Wl\!>. portkk, ali! wd hokr.-II. AIT KIN'S, No. 142 Fulton-street, belli? desirous to close out his stock of Wines, Porter^ Ale sml Cider, composesl of tUe nn^-t choice n..h>rt.: . "i. ?nl sell at v, ry reduced prices. Those ?in> may wi-h to ?apply'their Hotel* and Families should calL A capitalist or any per-ou wishing to purchase a ?uxk aadeuter into the basiaeas cannot do lu'tt.r '.hau to avail himself of this opportunity. Alse for sale, 30 gross piat \> iue Bonles,and Iii sr.-- .juart do; HO crev- tVrk-: Cider in Imrrels, at j | 50. m26-1m" \\/'E. the anders?tnod,respectfully imfonu the public that they VV have this day eutercd into Copartnership, under the firm of F. K.-hu \ Mcrnlheini. f<r the purpose of manufacturing and immirtinr ofSerars at No. - CJutaam Square, and No. - Catherine -tre. t. FERDLN VND KcIIN. New-York.June, 1?11- EDWARD ME.XDHEIM F. KOHN, thankful for the potrohage. which he has been favored with, hopes that his friends and the public will patronise the new tirin. a. they w ill always h ue a large as.-? runent of imported Havana and PriucineeSerars, which thrv will sell at the lowest one-., wholesale sndrelaH. _ ' F.-XOHN & MENDHELN. je4-gt. TO 4 0\!*l MIKBS Oh' Oil. sir ?A-*. r|*il?: Inventor and Manufacturer of the S:u t> reflecting s;.in: ! Lain:' begs IcaTC to rail the attention of a discerning public to a Lamp which will -ui pa? nil other- in brilliancy and economy, suita? ble for Dry Goods, Jewellers, Fancy Store-, billiard Rooms, Groce rk -. Hotels, and Refectories, which burus without creatin; the least j shadow, ata saving of 60 per per rent, over od or ta-: ..oh i-uap I will hot c\< ecd. for four noitr- burning; 10 ccutu a week. A choree a. sortment of rariotu patt<-rn- can be seen at his old Store, No. 9 Cathe? rine-street, or its Greenwich, corner of Canal-street j Onlvrs. promptly Mlendcd to, :.r.d his ? agoai sent rosnd a- usual ' onceaweek. Observe the n une. G. MICHELL. i Spirit Lamps painted on each -nie of the w a?oa-. . I Tourtrv .>!??-? als supplied as usual on liberal tenas. jei-s\a ?ncivsle- of the G-vtrnmant. I wiih them carried VEW-YOBK, WO* I) AY, JUNE 7, 184] CHEAP AM) I'ASHIOXADLE GOODS X? Auction Dry Goo<:<?GREAT BAR JAINS -Da ' eeiviag from Auction, rich Dm Gc-?1? of every description, amonj j which may be found some rare bargains. Pe-'.lar-, M-rcha-Hs. oa; j oth?>r?. baying t? tell again, *uppi: d at AuetioB price' je'-<".t C. R HILL. 7, Cv.henae- . : Rich Silk?, New Stylen.?A rare . hai ce Ii rthc l.'hn morning we ?hall open ihrer entire case* of splendid Silks, oac ' cane of extra rich blue black *iripe.| Cro de Afrique, very heavy. | One case colored, with .-tripe, and figure-, i be?.t:ful ir':r!' One caw Ch-.-e SjIW , ? ith satin urine-, a ?lyie that .'ias not been offered by any -,ther merchant in the city HANKS A HING MAN, 3*11 Grand, rorn-r of CJ'cJ-jr l-K N. B. The Lid:e* are invited to call taia morning und examine io them.-elve.-. je5-..t D Gnuaabroeen*, Linen Drill*. DrjbdoEte, Ve act Ca -. mere. Valencia and Marseille*, together with a complete ... ?rtm . ?I Summer Stuffs of every d<-?cripiian, very cheap. je5-3? BANKS At DINGMAN, 301 Grand, comer of Qrchard-u CHEAP DKV GOODS. JASON IT. EOCKOVER A CO.. 215 Greenwich-street, two doors below Barclay. Wo would :ie;:i:n direet the attention of thi> p?bln', c-pt- lallv th ? Citizen* of Nr?-York, to oar well selected and unrivalled Stock Good., which are of the latest styles and importation. We have :,!-h, reduced the price- ro a- ro render then; cheaper than ever. This fact, we think, will be readily admitted by ah tho e who w call at our not?.) establishment and examine the nssortmcut Plain, fieu-red ami striped Mouaseline de Laiac Print ? ! Lawns and Muslin: Silks, black, blue In.iek and eolored Bombazi., jet and Wue blaek. Prints, French. English and American, 98,000 yards, ill |i I 3 ard, firmer!-, void for Is. M. Cambric Vuslins, plain, stripeesaad. plaid,-for - i Cd per yard. Boos.. >>vi-- and Mall Muslin* I.:.---. Bobinetl and TLread. Hosiery of ail descriptions, from la, In 16*. per pair A -, A Summer Goods, consisting of Gambruon-, dar.', an ! licht color ??! both ribbed and plain. Drap de Ete, for Gentlemen . Co it. Linens, French white and brown Drilling, and also plain Co i Good-- of every quality Domestic Sheetings, all the known styles, for tW Bd. 3d. l?d. and 1-. Bleached Sheetine and Shirting Long Cloth-, of all kind* V-irk .Mil,-, Manchester and Sea Island Cotton jel-tf .1 M. HOCKOVKR 6l CO.. 215 Greenwich-ttree jll.l'K bla1"K SCARFS ?flhe fineTi , .. - I s * , ing, at $2 7:-. Shakers' Hoorisj all sizes, at 0- each. Pajwr Hangings, a variety at I- per pio -? i'..??!??? - an : Lace* daily from auction, very low, jcS-lw M. J. Dltl'MMON'D, 3(1 ? -.r,. -. ? [?ICHSILKS! RICH SILKS!?Ladies idea*. IV and be convinced that the cheapest Silk Store in this city is at No. li~ Spring-street, where you will find a good assortment. Also, a splendid aHortmentof Bombazines printed Lawni Linens Prints, tic Af-r -:i!.- low bv jei-tf GERARD av KLINCK, 1(77Spring - cheap : <"???-: a p :: ASPLENDID ASSORTMENT of Fn-n-h mid American Paper Hangings end Borders, for aale at the United Stale; Paper llanz imr and Hand Bex Warehouse, 6*Canal-street, ne>ir Broadway, New York. Purrh.i>< r. are respectfully invited ta call and examine fur tbem ?elves. R.rin- papered im the neatest manner, mid Ira JOSlll.A BROWN f... :'??-.;..tr... ? O^K PKMH-. WTORlI PERSONS wishinr to purchase go?d cheap CLOTHING would do well to call at 133] Chatham-street, wbeae they will find tae fol lowing prices: Coat, from $9 to $1'!; Cloth Pauls fron. $?' to $0 , j e kei ?cloth, *i 50 to c-j ; satiuet, $1 Va to \ ? 50 m31-lra J. COGSWELL. nOPl'Mt, 7IOKKK & e?d* --J"1 Creenwici,. ,.?er of Barclay street, have thit day added to tneir fanner tuck a com? plete assortment of Foreign and Domettii l?r> Goi,(|?. which they of? fer to their numerous friend* and customers at pne*-- which cannot fail to please. N. II. Country merchants arc requested o> call and examine a toe It well sclei ted for their trade, whirl, will be offered to them rorv low _,rc3-tf pHEAP! < HEAP CHEAP !?Engraving it hall v.-' price. A Visums Card Plate enrraved and 5o Card* printed for only ?1 50. Btttine*! Card- and all oilier Engraving at IihIi' price, at to] Cortlandt, comer ofGreenwich-tlrect Plea.-..- call and see -peci uien... je&lm ( < ARPETING - Phi Subserilier would apprise the Public ir V- ?r?er,i,', a;>d :,,? friends .id up-town people in partieulor, ihm '.. ha- on hard at '-7*i HudsoB, (between King and Hanimer?lej streets, a rery neat and. well selected assortment of Carpels, >?!in-h in conse? quence of reduced expenses he ran aifonl to s"l! at prices thai cannot fail to giro ?ati*faction to the most oconom seal come ?ss --i ni!4 Im* _THOMAS DfiKSKT. r7'.t.\N??PA-:3-. WT ITALIAN IVINDOW HKll A i>l**? I OLIVER '.'\ . WOODFORD ha-just received a few more <-.. - Tmnspatani Ithliar. Wanlo* Shade-, an entirely new ? tj l<- and paint? ed in every variety of Iamb-rape wem-, .-o.il scroll korder- Families intending topurchase aaj kind of Window Blinds thi | ? r i r, will find handsome Traruparcnt Window Shade from to $10 per i'sr. N B. About 150 pairs at the b.? price of $J per pair jel-tf 66 Calbarine-strei I ?> THOOTPSOlN, No. 120 Cmml .-trr-t, near Broade , D? wouM respectfully infocni his palrnnt and tliepnblit that 1 this day received from Auction a fresh supply of Su?nner Gombt, among which are the greatest bargain., ever yet offered, con- ', img ?<( Silk-. Shawls, M lasse de Laines, Printed Muslin, Paris La* - Drape? ry Muslin,'embroidered Swi*i Lawns, Gambrooat, l^astings, Bomba? zines, plain ard satin -triped Moo??e *5e Laines tic m31-tf CST REC* IVtiD?A large assortment of Marseille* ?uilts and Counterpane*, of every -i:r.e and quality. at very low pric ? if HOPPER, MORSE A CO.819Greenwich-tt SIlTii?*? l'i-t ?? ? rh lii-tre lo-a y pliin I'ouii d-S'd, for s?V s. at I-,"' tit *it? I .:. first Dry Goods Store from Broadway, by mJI if R THOMPSON PLEACHING POWDER,?100 ? -elebr ?? t > ill. .- an.* Pow ler f..r ?a!e by ml!?U* PE-RSSE A .'.ROOKS, i'.i L.iiertv .t-e-i SHA1VI.S?Splendid dor* heavy satin damask tqua e Sna Also, it i i>ar; o:-.. ' ?< !iiji i; and Clna.i .:o Tor vie !,;? B. THOMPSON; ISO Grard-streel aesr the Bow cry m:'!-'.' j s .-..-?I ijij5s-.?-,?, a *|j? VKs. !?->?, .4 ? .-. \t for boys' wear, for sale at liO GTand-?lreei neai Broadway, b rnUl-lf _It. THOMPSON. * \j 01'.*w.*?K DIt LAINES?Satin *trt|sed and j IT I. tuyenor fabric,'thi* momiug out of the case, ami will be with the choice it a.targain, bj B. THOMPSo* 120 rand near Broadway._m>l tf PRINTED MUSLINS? Fa* olors ... , ? yanL Ladle, had belter avad theoi-elvei r-ftin.-opj-ori-iniiy ??> j: because It cannot be expected of long durnmi. Grand reet, near Biwulway. at It. THOMPSON'S I-heap i\.*n Store .. ; BOiraRAXINKS?Fine Biue Black, nt B* i>ei minx ;.ad Veil Cr apes, This Day from Acciioii, Foi sale by P.. THOMPSON, ISO Gra<d-*trec( is?!w;s-n Crosby -i-.-^. ,?.? k.., way._mil-if P1IC1S LAWNS received tion, of beautiftl texture for -.tie at R THOMPS?N*S No. l-jn Grand .street, first Dry Good* Store from. Broadway a3l if FRENCH VASES.GIRAN??LES. ae -S ? - of the al-.iv- mil!?, comprising all the most splendid patterns ... the market, for sale at low price, by MERRITTS & PAGE, No. 100 Bowery. I ?CTSCHLEK, of Shin ? * ? la.--. A... wholesaleaad a-:..., No. 92 Chatham--- N-*--\.;rH A larse and nw fasriioa-!ile -is-trUnerit of gi-uiir.i e., ?-. >.-f. Criv.t-: Gloves and Sa?pe> den , Silk and Cambric Hawderchiefs; Silk. Cotton and Merino Skirti and Drawer*: Tigh SUk Co* Ulld Wo->".e!i !-..,l:" Hj.-?. BOYS' SHIRTS OF EVERY SIZE. All of which ar? ?tT,-r-0 u> ti.e pub-:c nt mucli lower prices .-i. th.-v c.n be par- i:?.---! at any otV-.- e-lab'^.liment in the city. N. B Boa Clttb Fancy Sbirt? asd Cap. on aa-d. or riad-t ce order._ml? In: BOYS' AM) 1 HILDREN's CLOTHING.- \ large assonmea: of fa*hioaab:- aad ne?tl? made Boy- and Child? ren's Cksthiag. suited I i th- set ton, now rcudy and for tale very cheap for ca>h by GEORGE .\. HOYT Si CO. 14 Bo?ery_jel-lar < litrislSri. IstAbu-urnent. THE Suh.-cri.vr having opened the store -J7 Bowery i- a tathioi - aal- Tailoring EsiWithntent, offer, to has Fnead. and the Pub? lic a very superior atfOrtmert of Spring Go??dj of the !:.:e-t style w ruth hr warrant* to r.: to the ta.,:- and fashion of all who 1!! favor him with their mitronage. ROBERT A. BOUTON T!ie CuttiM Department il lapermtended by Mr. Chart?-, Boutor., fertaerl.ro:":!.- orrn ofGmy Si B-jytoa. A good assortrue:.: oi'reaej made Clothing always on hand._aStH3m );*."?!POKHiU Of EASHlOSs *>o. J Reel.,:..,.,. -t Thi Htbscriber having taken lb- store formerly occupied by lohn T. Goldsmith, bers leave to ir-farm the public that be ha- opened with an eatire New Stock of Goods, and having secured the -.alu-ibie s?r rieei -f Mr. GOLDSMITH in the Cutting Department v h w weli kaown acd ippi*---:ate.i by the fa.-.hi<.n*ble corrmunity, the pa. trooaceof the frieod* of Mr. GoU-mith is respectfully solicited, at they intend rn.ikirg up Garmeott in a manrer acd style de>ernng a share of the patronaee of the public and at pa^ low a.; an -. ? eetal?iisiira?n'. in the cuy. ,e3-lra' JAMF-S C TRW MRS. J out_I nnfc nothing niorr."?ii. u ??. REPORT OF Till 8ECRETART OF THE T RK\Sl K. ON life PINAaCE s : I Ir. obedience t<> the direction..- of the ac: of Con^r--- ? 5 j th? IOtb <>f May, 1S00, suppTeraestary the ? act t.> estat bsb the Treasury Department/ thejSecretaryof theTrea.-ur ? resrve'-tfuily submits the following report'? i. Of the Public Revenue ami Expenditures. The receipts and ccp^vJ:::.--;> for the year 1340. were a: I follows: ? The available balance in thi? Treasury, on the- 1st of January 1840, (exclusive of the amount deposited with'the States trust-funds arid indemnities an ' the am lunedkie from Bankj which failed m 1?:>7.) was, as appenrs by the books *?fihc i Register of the Treasury.....$3.(J?o.0.'3 (it . j rhc receipu into the Trwisury during the year ! 1340, were from " i Custom*..i?i:;.ii>:'..r>.V2 17 ; Lauds. 1 292.28o 58 j Bond o-" th- Bank of the 0. S 1,774^513 33 Miscelhu.nod incidet toJ ? trees. 283,258 23 B ks v 1 ich railed in IS37 .. "48,629 55 Treasi n N <?:<?? issncd,.5 r.3:?..r>47 51 the ' .penditures in the tan t j ..r a ere, for civil list, i ?. ? intercourse and miscei I iu >us.192,039 90 .' . Department.L '. i Iii,"-d:i 10 Naval ' 'do. 6,031,088 J8 Public debt,. 1L. >o-j 77 .*'i'i >ustanding warrantsissu ed prior to 1st Jan. 1341, 1,416,334 Treasury Notes redeemed, :: interest. 4,045.302 0.'. .Io7.7ot: .".4 123,850,826 14 27,803,47 Lea' ing i balance in the Treasuryon the 1st of January. 18 51. of. $937,345 03 The receipts from the Is' of January to the 4th of March. 1841, were, say. m Customs.(1,974336 46* Lands.306.141 5(i - Bond of tbo Bank of U S 17 JJ1 I 00 cio?. vii-'-'ll inoous and tnci dental sources. 31,349 65 Banks which railed in 1837, 18,000 00 From Treasury Noten per ac? count of31stMarch, 1840,. (,110,611 !? i' r im Treasury Note, undo- : i ic* of 15th February, 1341 . 673,681 32 Bot d of the Bank of U 11. 17.313 00 Iii12,540 07 Ma .. ; Ii t lie- balance in the Treasury;; tarj I. 1841..". $5,199,885 10 rhc expenditures lor the - ime period won-? I 'ivil list, foreign intercourse and miscellane ncous. $943.517 14 Military Department.2,273.097 11 Naval Department. 759,349 68 Pi blic Debt,. 3,612 70 i rcasury notes redeemed, inc!-. ditis: interest. 647,590 0.1 M.i;-J7.1(ii; (14 Leaving a balunceiu the Tr*-as':r\ on the 4tli of March, lit 11, of.'._ $572,718 46 L he balances of appropriations outstanding on the 4th ol March 1841, were?(sec statement A ) ' i foreign intercourse, and miscellaneous, $i>,237,234 23 Military,... 15,991,895 15 Navui,.'. tj.niO.2C8 of) Public Debt. 6.387 30 treasury notci issued prior to the 1st of Jan. 1841 and outstanding en the 4th ofMarch 1841. 3,S73,22t> 00 1 re t iury note.; issued under the act of I iiO, fr i". 1st of January to the 4:e. of March; 1841 vt inch may, and most of which, pro? bably, will I?. presented in payment of publicMues during 1841... 1,110,611 08 I ' e timated at about. 300,000 00 Making in the aggregate.$33,429,616 50 ')i :':.;<, 'her-will he requii tdfortheaervices oft; -current year.$24.210.000 00 Additional appropriations required by the W :.r i leparrmcut for (!?? year 1841, viz : Fortifications und works of de ?.$1.430.000 00 For armaments of fortifica? tions and ordinance stores,. v.:.3.00A 00 E or paj merit of arrearages and current expenses, and takin ;. ? ire of publjc propcrt) on roads, barbers, rivers, fc-.. 40.! 19 ii For Lrrearages for prev >nring and suppressing Indian hbs -2..V21.336 93 Making. ?26\731,33rj 93 ? actual and estimate . ? ?. I ?: the existing lav., ' . ect these demands ore, ?.' : Tlie available balance in tbo i Treasury on the 4;li March, I 141?(see statement B).. $G4S.S93 12 I reasury Notes authorized un? der the act of 1840, issued after the 3d of March, 1341. 41 >,r92 72 I Treasury Notes authorized lj) ? i'*t of 184 1, to l?o i,s^..,j aftci the4thof March, 1841, 5.000,000.00 Receipts from Customs, es nmaled a-.12.00-J.000 00 Receipts from public lands... 2,500,000 0'J Receipt- from miscllaneous source. 170.000,000 ? 1 ating to.-$20.730,.'?5 84 m.i:ii unprovided for. of the demands for the present year, the sum of. 0,000,941 14 Th- re ? ill also be receivable : -. >.:.; dues, in thepreset.t sir, or payable in 1842, Treasury Notes, the issue* of the ..:esent >ua;, viz: i i under the act of 1841, prior to the 4th of March.. $673,681 J Issued under the act of 1840, after the 3d of March_ 113,592 72 Issued under th; act of 134i. to be issued after the 4th of Mar rh, ami included in the estimate of ways and means, S.C'Jd.OOO 00 ?.0e7,274 04 Mt ting an aggregate of debt in i ;. ?;? - -1 Ue provided for in this and the ensuing yearot..$12,038,215 13 '.estimate i< four.jed 0:. the ^.suuiptioa that all the 1: :j. the public depositor] ?- ca 1 be jt once made avail? able, and that any ond all of the -iernar. upon the Treastiry ? <??? satisfied, so long as mo: . ?> , -u.hcier.t amount, re". : mains in any or all the depositories. Bu: this is bv no means j ths case. While the j?nr*r to iss'n Treasury Notes there should I* 1: all times, for th-* c n venieace of the Treasury, 1 surr. eqio. I ? $1,000,000 in tbe varmus dei?.sitones, subject to,draft; when that power ts <;x ' Norn ?Th:.- .t-rn an.1 the .*pandiri:r? for the payment of Tiea S .:u:-. 1st J.nusry to tth of M.i-cn, toll, include saoat '- " . -;? ; Trei.-urj Xotw, wbiea were received at the Departmeot iaaccount of Cnttomi daring that period, but for ?aic'i the raati ? -? act usued uatii a sabsoqaent period. OFFICE N O. 38 A N N ? S T. VOL. I. SO. 50. pended, the sum should be increased to ?tot less than. $4,000,000 00 U bich sum; added to the above, makes the estimated deficit.(16,088^15 I9T But the undersigned feel* it his duty t.. call the attention! of Congress to the more immediate demands of the puhltc service, and the means by which those demand, are to b* so;-plied. Tbc sums which will be; required from the first of June u* the 3lst of August next, are estimated as follows, vi* : For the payment of Treasury Notes ?hieb will fall due within that time, and the in? terest thereon, about. $2,756,900 00 Balance for raking the 6th Census. 294 000 00 F*r the Civil List, miscellaneous and foreign intercourse. 1.309,308 37 Military service. 4.591.098 0O Naval . 1,844,000 00 Public Debt. 6,337 00 Iajvu-i'- i fthc Extra Session of Congress.. 350,000 00 Making about.$11.151.693 37 The ways and means in the power of the Treasunr. and which will probably accrue under existing law?, are "as fol? lows : 1. Funds in the Treasury, a* per statement (C). $644,361 16 I 2. Treasury .Notes authorized by the act of the lAth Feb? ruar}', 1341. 1,505,943 91 . Estimated receipts from the Custom-. 3.000,000 00 Estimated receipts from the Land-. 700,000 0U Miscellaneous sources. 50.000 00 Making.- 5,900,305 07 And leaving a deficit of. 5,951,388"30 To which add the sum recommended to In? Kept in the Treasury to meet any emergen? cies of the public service, viz. $4.000,000 00 Makingan aggregate of. $!i\251,388 30 In another ; art of this paper the views of the Depart racnt to the mode of providing lor the above deficit, to? gether with the residue of tho existing public debt, will be presented. From the year 1816 to 1337. a period of 21 years, the re ven ics constantly exceeded the expenditures. The average, annual surplus during that time was $11,4644226 3? (see? tables i and 2) making .in aggregate exec... of $240.748,764 27. i If tin-, then- was applied to the extinction of the na tioi r debt, $203,792,127 44 ; and there was, under the pro \i-.u:s of the act of 23d of June. 1836, deposited with tlu Stal - $28,101,644 I'l ; and there remained on the 1st of January , 1837, in tho Treasury of the United States, inclu? ding the 4th instalment ?lue to the States, a . plus of $17,109,473 2C Th-'ie v .-ie. il.o. outstanding .lel.is <lue and falling due to the Treasury, arising from other sources than those of the ordinary revenue, ami which were paid between the 1 -t of January, 1337 und 4th of March. 1311. to the amount of (see statement D.) 9,124,747 04 Tiiete were, also, issued within that peri.*!, and outstanding on the 4th of March, 1841, Treasury notes to the amount of. 5,648,512 tt) Making thenggregate available means which which wet-., in the Treasury on the 1st of Jaxuary, 1337. and which came into it prior to the 4th of March, 1841, oter and abovf the current revenues. 31,882,732 88 J FrotM which deduct the amount (less the trust-funds) remaining in the Treasury on the 4th of March. Kill.r72,71d to And there appears mi excess of expenditure over the current revenue of...$31,310,011 21 It i- roper to remark, that the entries on the books of tl .? R tgister of the Treasury do nut always .-how His tic- dates of the receipts and expenditures. An item ia volved in the above statement (table I).) will serve to illus I tr?te the fact. The .urn of $512,136 47 was, on the 2d and 31st of October, 1310. paid by the Bunk of the United, j State- on its last bond, to William Armstrong, superintend 1 cut at Fort Gibson, by order of the Secretary of War.? Though tin- -um win. in fact, received and expended ou ' those days, it did not find its way into the office of the Kr i gister until the 4th of March, 1841, on which day it appear* >>n hi- books b?th as n receipt and expenditure. Thus, and to tbis extent, w ithin the last f?ur years, wer* the expenditures pushed beyond the amount of the revenue. They were made to absorb the surplus in tho Treasury and the outstandingde'stdue to the Cfhited States; so that tho Treasutv was, on the 4th of March, 1841, exhausted of i? means, and subject to heavy and immediate liabilities. 1: .<:.- drcady burdened with i debt incurred in time of peace, nr.d without any adequate resources except the authority granted b\ law r.? augment that debt. As yet no provision In- been made to reduce this debt, or la check its constant and rapid increase. We find it, there , as fat as past legislation and financial arrangements' characterize it, a permanent and increasing national debt.? The ten porar\ expedients by w hich it has been sustained d > not at all vary it- essential character; The attention of Congress is respectfully invited to the necessity of early and effectual measures ti> prevent its fur shut augmentation. The obvious remedy i.-. to increase the. revenue as.far as may be, without unreasonably burdening c immerce, and to reduce the expenditures within the limits of strict economy. IJ'.r a*.it may not comport with the views of Congress togo into a revision and adjustment of the customs so long before the act of March 2d, 1833, cotnes to have its final und per? il mem ?peration, the undersigned would respectfully recom mend, as a temporary measure, the levy of a duty of 20 per ?: ? ,,i valorem on all articles which arc now free of duty or, ?? : ich pay a !>??.. duty than 20 per cent, except gold an/1 silver, and the articles specifically enumerated in the 5th ' section of the act of March '_'d, 1833. I'" the me.-.-ure be adapted, it is estimated that there will fx r. cetved into the Treasury from customs, in the last quac : t.-r of the present year, about $5,300,080. In all of the vear 1342, about $22,500,000; and, in the year 1843, after the final reduction under the art of March 2, 1833, about $20,800,000. The details of this estimate will be found in trie u:'.p:i'.\;ne paper, mat '\ej (E. and enclosures.) It i- believed that after the heavy expenditures required for the public -ervice, in the present year, shall have been tiro'.ided for. that the revenues which will a.-crue from that nearly proximate rate of duty, w ill 1st? sufficient t-< de? fray the expenses of government, and leave a surplus to b?s annually applied to the. gradual payment of the national debt, lent lug the proceeds of the public lands to be disposed of as Cn-iire-i shall think fit. The general principles on which the final revision of tho Tariff"i- to rest, are, perhaps, simple and easy to be apf.ru he;..-led. the work of revi.-ion it-elf. in its adaptation and dets il, ?iust be a work of tim-. It should be done on ca m reflecri?ri nr.d careful deliberation, with a view to reconcile, a. far aspossible, the conflicting opinions a^ Pwnott au the various interests of the whole People of these Inited LUV > Jll'lUJ iniliesis ms. --??- ? ,. . States. And it may be important, ^"J"^^ only to redprocate on fair and equal principle, and in a libe? ral.triril the concessions which may ^ accorded oourcom * i r ?- ??,;,.?, but also, to do justice to oar own merre !e. Eoreisn nations, out, ' -T , cit:/ ??* - v. me. :i,ir in a ii*.l?> spirit, any heavy exac ciuz .. .... m - - f nations may think fit t-> lions or prohibitions wiucu a . i imn?rt.iti"n "f our staple productions, tnoosetrpontoeiropo"?*4 - j ! Sou- legal Provision? are, also, required to correct in*> ; ouaGtics between the duties upon sugar and nmln-.e., and dw drawbacks upon refined 'u?ar and rum, manufactured orsdis : .j k\m foreign materials. The relation between tb/doty j i drawback was adjusted by the arts of Januar.v 21st i ig%), and May 29th, 1830. Since which time t'Ae duties, have been diminished while the draw backs remaii-.tho .ittKt: I n pri'.i'ion of law declaring, that all no* .enumerated.