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PRICE OVK CENT. THE NEW-YOM TRIBIKZ Will b'apublish**! ?rery morning, (Suudays excepted,) at No. '.V) Ann-street, New-York, A.vl delivered t?> City Subscribers for One Cent ;>er i opy. KaOSubscribers,$4 per annum in adianre otherwise$5. TO THE ADVERTISING RJBLIC Inthe kope *'"* * "Me general Advertising patronage tbefavif" of our friends will l?> ins" rti-J till further notice at the fol jowmr rrdiKwd rate-. for kach AflVKRT ISEMEKT Of ftn fine* or less over site), bVst insertion. 50 cm, Do, Cor inch subsequent insertion. SIAs " n? for Mix insertions, or one week. .:?1 3d nj,|br Twenty-lire insertions, or oho month.S3 OO Long) r Advertise men Is ai equally larerable rites. For Five lines, half the ibove r.i:r-: Two lit.one-fourth of *"*r ' cases in advance. _.,.,?,...,. ft. ?: >. Iiis m!vs IN mats* an? 5 a pw. MB peclfuM; inform firsTrien ?K . ? ..thai hehusnswouband suitabl e I ^tnor scasofl a full and complete assortmenl ol Hat* and Caps sftha newest and most *ppr-nrd patterns, ??,rl. he offers for sale at ?rvre- wbieh cannot fail to meet their approbation. Trading upon the principle of large - ile- and -mall profits. Thi- a--ortinem consists in part, ol? Satin beaver liaison for bo-'ics nl.>j 50 Short unp'd moleskin Silk Hal. 3 U> Sup, short nap'd moleskin fur Iwsdies. :-: .".'i Kins abort nap'd Nutria II <t. 'I 50 Nutria Fur Hats.:'. 00 Fiao fur bod v Nutria Mats . i 00 White beaver.I Russia Fur Hats. I 50n 5 50 j Abo, a fall assortment of mens' and boys' double brim Leghorn Bats, geatlemens' travelling and Dress Caps, children*' chtth. velvet I td FaBCV Caps, l<oj s' round rr?? :i Fol und Silk Hats, A ?.. & c. Wholesale merchants and dealer, supplied by tha doaen or case, U the losest cash prices. WM; BANTA, y.1.1,,1 130 Chatham-street, New York. new fasesio.v.eii.e mat moh:i\ jL9'Hf subscriber respectful!.? informs his friends ami the puSHi ?9 tsat lie Los opened tlte Store No. SO Chall. titcs their attention to u ?n|>?-r!? assortmenl of Hats aad i 'aps ajtashsitured from the choicest materials an/I iu tbo most approved ltvle<. which he ntfers r.l as low if not lower pre e, climi -an be oh annl al any Other establishment, lie is not confined te u one-prii ed Hit hut has a full assortmenl, nnd feel- confident in hi- t.bilitv to -nit te lastes and pockets of all. ANDREW II. WILSON, No. 80 Chatham-st. between Peurl and Dunne, j Re.iutifiil st> b- of light Shimmer Hats h.w ready, consisting of Gm DttbRsaver, plam Drab and Pearl Hats; also Men's, Youths' and In asts'Leghorn and Pahn Hats. m96-lm i st ?Toi* sbi?i: Stop bii.u: ? OLD I'.iiss RICHARDS lias jnsi stepped iutothal degam 3f Root nnd SI.so.re. No. 17 I Chatham Square, a ? 11? tin*.- tlian *" Vjo.OOO worth ei R.- au I Shoes. \\ liy, he liw gol everj bwl?allthe most faskionalile Boots aud Shoes I . ?er saw, and the bit of work loo; aud Li- prises are so low that every body runsritdit , ?tre.lo buy. No wonder that his ssore is nlwnrs so full of customers, ?at* be sells the besi nl half price, tadies, Gentlemen, Jobbers, j Country Merchant*. .Vwill undoubtedly call and accept a few Ur ntotoflhc tallest kind. No. Chatham Sqnarc is always Ofen,I ntept Sundays. je l-l m (V Mll7lVlNKKV.?MrsT II \ MIl.ToN. I r. f. u , ?:,. ? j? fnear William-street,) continues to make, clean and alter l.n ?stj^ Hats in the mosi fashionable si> le ; also, Ladies'! laps clc iud> nade and trimmed. inl5-3m* Arf. TO I, KT?A par) of the house l33Mudisou-*trocl between gm Marfcotanil Pike. There t- a good I!.inent, three rooms an the 3d lloor,asd one on th' 'Id. There i- a largo cool eel brueserthc whole house, n lur;;c nnd beautiful yard, and ?? fin 11 ? israef wtter, tc. jclO-lw Mto i. e r. AWUi'K STABLE in Grcca-street, first ouo above itleeck- I rr-ftreet. Inquire W mir.i:- ALFRED ROACH, *9 Bcekman-street A st?r? awl ba k-ioom on the comor ol Grand nud Elm itreels, in Ike large building. Kent moderate M a good tenant. Miabk) for any fancy business. jc3-tf TO LKT?Thal elegant and spacious Ronn, w^rug the giig whole nf ih.I -lory of the Hoary Clay Mouse, comer of Avenue A and First-sL It i- sixt) feel long aud thirty feel aide.and will accommodate from six to eight h indrcd persons. It is (dl nkaliled for society or large public meetings, mid i- bcau?Ailly htated. Possession can be had on ihe tir-t of August next Applvon ! toprsnises to fje~-ln*] A. SCHLOSSER. ?A I > U.I. \ ino.-i-tiki i?i I lu acres, ;-i Snuthtow n, I.. I. a.lj..ig tlo village ofCommac. The buildings arc larje tud commodious au,i m gaod repair. There are on the farm n prat number of fruil irecs ?f diflerenl kinds, tho land suitably dii ided sto csnti tin-lit quantities by wood fem e., well watered and nbtin- I MHeofwood. lit- wtiltiu a quarter of a mile of the Pa-tOtfice, Urch,Seheol,Atc. Torms,S4.iaW; one half can mnn sou band nnd ?ort-age?Possession and perfect title can be immedintely eiven. Ipaly.tothe owner on the premises, ot to JOSEPH WEICH, 9? Di ama-street, New-York. je9-lm aFOB ?A1.K- Or each ? te i r productive City Proper ly?a Farm of o re., sitaated in Huutiugtaa Townshqi, L. I.. 3 miles from NWtlrport, from which a steainboai plies loand Hut N'ew-York twice a week. Good buildings, foo<\ water, &c fee Far full particulars inquire of E. W. WOOD, -I Bit iiictou-slrest CTF/\SlIIOAT^ llOTEI.f*, At., Window l.lindr o IV:-.ir.f all kinds neatly executod, on moderate terms, by .Mr. | jULLER. No. 113 Fill. street. nil?'liii UOTE i.St.?House 09 Beekman-streel oflers no bur-room' pri vntges, but eligible rooms and respectable board at 75 cenK lo H jier ilar. m39-lm' Ci.OTli i NC es i a s51. *r?ca IF E N'3'. THE Subscriber im:?; openefl the store "J7 Roweri as a fashion able Tailoring Establishment, offers to his Friends and ihe Puls bVavery superior ^ortmcnt of Spriug Goods of the latest style, ?huh h- warrants lo tit to the laste and Ihshiou of all who will fuvoi Ihn wiih their patronage, ROBERT A. B??TON. Thf Cutting Deparuaeul t- supertnteinle 1 I,.- Mr. I'iiarty- ll,iut-::. (Wrnerly of the firm of Grny * llonton. A good nssortmcul of ready made Clothing always on ha al. 3in pUEAP L'KOCKEKV siTOi(br, tie il?wery.- V?i V' subscriber h;. hand a general assortment: of China, Glass, tnd Earthen War.-. Aslral Lamp-. A. . ? :? ich will be sold vorv cheap ?wcwsh, at wholesale nnd retail. P. CHILD. N.R ?IiksIs seat to anj part of the i !:?? or Brooklyn free of cVarge. j.eJ-llU" DON A ED FINISEK, V\W (TEB aud GLAZIER, will cxe rnt. Iloase, Sign and liandscape Pnintiug.Ornamcnialand Fane) fabtiag.InutationofWotHl aud Marble, all of which wiH l?- d. al ?art notice and in the neatest -lyle. Alto, ad kinds of Banners,'Fran 1wsl?is,, Fancy Piece, und Hieroglyphics, ut No. 56 Quay-sL, Canal I'siso. Allitm. " m37-lm 10un till lard, Practi al W n '. Maker, lute of Canal ? sad Spriag-strsets, has removed to :i7'.i Bowery, near Fifth-si recu Waakes carefully reoair,-,!. je-lm' CHEAP i'ASU CtDCK AND LIM A M tNI FACT?RY.?J. M. i'INKNL V. ft, 53 j Wiks? Ursel, has on hand Stocks Bwsoms, Cwllars, Gloves, | St-iv-Micrs. silk and i tton Shirts aud Drawers, Craiais, Ac All | ?nvand qualities of the above article... Merchants are iuvited tu 2?:_ _ml3 Im* T,._ crsOCKs : ci.ocksi:: ?|t ??istsirs. d h ,- I, Ihe agency tor the sale of JEROME'S "*ASS"CLOCRS, al their Clock Ware room, No. 3W Broad ??J-skerehe w?i . || tlirit I'iT'.m I'.ickt Uay and Tlnrlt Hour ' ?ob e'l.sk.. ?f ,, , ., i, ,,. uBtieei .. at the iWtif wholesale Factory i""0^- Msrchanu an J deabr- ?, rio. k- ?oakl do well to call and ; tP2**J**ir?eck bei. h i.inc. Also, an assortment of Wood K?.,Ch-as ran i:e.:. ;;. oil ?. i ihu number, 984 Broadway, u? ; ??>B ISAAC <?. HIN5DAI.F. A. R?,, .add to theRetuit trade. Every dascrip twso'C'Vk.r,.,.,,^,, aa.1 warranted. indtf Q?(?-D AND MII.VEK \? ATCIIEJS, fitshintiable Jew. Ct *i? S,l"'r Spoons; Butter Ivaoe-. Sa;.r Tool--. Ac. plated 2*J ?weu,Caadlesticks. SnatTcrs audTrat ?. Castors, Ac. Britan ?1 ..tfre-pot, and Urns, Tea Sen.. Ae. and Fancv Gmxls g< nerallv, \. ,:'?:> !..:\i'll A SEXTON, 114'Cbaliiaiu-stre. t. "alchci ,nd Jewelry repaired. in29-tf tV^jK^s p?xtr?, \ I. e AMI CIDER.- ? All _ . ^IASs No. 1 l-J b'ullon-sLreet. beiisg desirous to close out his ZT.01 v 1C'-'. Portt r. Ale and Cider, com).i of the most choice ?*>'la:e.it. ?,11 (?H at v. ry reduced price.. Th.ee who hmv wi--h 10 WJ thetr Rot It and FaraUios should call. A cnpitnlisl or nay ?'*l>'iir : ? purchase ? ties '. and enter mta the hasiuess cannot ?i ' '" ?v*'' kimself of this opportunity. AUo f ,, j,int wine Boulcs,and fbgross quart do; I : ?^s* t ?rk-. Cider in barrels, ul $ I SO, in2f5-l-a? IJARDWAKJK AT C?l^T. k.h?nm.n. $.y, . Mure? Spring and Priacc-streots, intending hereafter lo cos sisbn?Mi..., t? kvi-.-k.-epu-; articles exclasivelv, u seilt-..- his rT't ?tack at cost, Sv . ash only. Persons in want'of anv article in g^e^oold do w?H IO g,ve him a call. ' j..v,f AEoi,l.s:i) AMI PLATERS' BRA9M. f'Ksr r vi T. utii |i of Ri Hi ? . : Platers Brass,can always be u?**4hJAMESG; MOFFKT. 191 Prince -tr?t. nearWooster, Cs?r^..-5 L' Jr1"" Pricea. Likewise * very sajM-rur nrti. U- ..' rrs " -' "~ " j -?ttl.K KMVKN A N l> IOBKN.-1 tplendid lltajL i?1" 'wst ",<i ':"m ::"',N ,PU,"'f[>,re-" *x Sheffielo, Cut rj ^ad for sale atUAtnuaj 1j? pricrs, at the Hardware nor.-. rt H I ?J?'?irf yon to nnder*t:iHcJ rbc ir;:e pr PEOPLED I.ZNK OF STEAMBOATS. FOR^ALBAlfY... .FARE $1. Th.- new and commodious steamboat ROCHE? 'TER, Capt. A. .'.St. John, will leave the pier he. I twccn Cortlundt and Liberty street*, o. >rM>av AFTERNOON, June 13th, at 5 o'clock. For pa-are or freight, apply to P. C. SCHULTZ, at the office, or on bvard. N. B. Ai kinds of property taken only at the risk of theo? irr? j thereof. _ jell t. , ? -> \i-\V-YOJt K. A S.?5 V> > AND TKOV . -?S?...... ' STEAM TO AT LINE. ?n-?^mt^ r..r Albany, from the font of Ban I iy-?reet I ?? TROY.Friday Morning at " o'clock. " ALBANY.Saturday do do The TROY .Monday do do From the foot of C'oi tlandt-Mtrcet. The DEWITT CLINTON. Saturday Afternoon at :. o'< lock, j'll_ J^x ?-?K FREIKHT OBS < HARTER.?The fgTTtl ne? Br Built Brig Kate,William: Ma t-r, burthen 220 tons, will be ready to receive eve., in a few dav*. Ayplv to '? If lw PERSSE A BROOKS, ?l Libcrty-st t'li.itii v\ hotel at Niiv?; si??. ri'llis new an<.autiful House i- situated on Main-street, fronting I Market Square, having an excellent view of the Hudson River It has just been furnished entirely with new, neat, and convenient j furniture, and affords the best accommodations for a few genteel families and single boarders of any otherestablishment in the Country. I Those wishing to avail themselves of this opportunity, wdl do well to I apply early to the Proprietor. '?<!?"' Im _L. WORKMAN, Sin? Sine. CJ A KATOfIA PAVILION F?'UNTA'lft W A 0 TEII for sale bj GASSNER & YOI NG, dealers in cl.:e Green ind Black Tens, Wines, Groceries. Fruit, A . . A-e. winden de m .1 re ail. No. 132Chatham -irert. New-York. ni22 liv4 TIRs! STEELE^ NE W WOklCi. II ST PUBLISHED, and for sale byJoHKS. Tavlos A Co.. 145 Nasvau-st, a Summer Journey in the VVest: By Mrs. Steele,au? thor uf Heroines of Sacred History.?I vol. l2mo. N. B.?Any valuable Books, to Im had in New-York, furnished by J. S. T. A Co. .it tlii' lowe-t , price.. je3 5t" C*OR SALE?\ newGroonr's Wngou, Spokes Snd \\ ig?? 1 llul.h-. for -ah- at 22 Peli-strect, where Carriage repairs are dorn ' with punctuality and neatness. bW4 lm' EZ-RA M. STRATTON. OFILUEIi*' IBA It DIVA KE, at Inj Division-.-trret.-l? ! > comp cte assortm? in of Sash Pnllies, Butt Iloic?.. Screws, Amer- ? ienn and English Knob Locks, Fine Plate, Demi, Cupboard, Draw, Chest and Pud-Locks, Barrel. Round, Square Springs, Flush and Shutter B-.li-, Hook and Plate Hinges, together with nearly every ar ti. le in the line, all of which will be .-old as hnv as at any place iu ike city. Also, Cut Nails by the ?ae*, at the lowest market price for cash. ra!7-tf JOSEPH WEED. iy STRAL, MANTEL AND HALL LAMPS,Girandole., c .?.|,.|. 1 * ubras. Japanned Tca-Trays, Bread-Baskets, in setts or separate, Iu:- Table Cutlerv, and Ebony 01 Alabaster Clocks: for sale l>\ BEACH A SEXTON, 114 Chatham-st N. B. Lamps rchrnuaed and repaired,equal to new. Extra Lamp Shadse, &c on hand. mSO-tf TO HOCSE UEEii'ERs?. J MITCHELL, Lamp Manufacturer, Itfd Broadway, in th< ? '? i ar.?Lamp., Lanterns and Girandoles made to order, ?n rea ?unable ter:-:-. All kind, of Lamps, Chandeliers, 4fcc_ repaired,till.d ! and reTmisbed eqnal ti.-. ,,,22 if WILLIAM H. OOltK, PKINTEK, 123 Fulton-slrerl, (onh oooa i:\st or Nassau,) r? ESPECTFULLi informs his friends and the public thai h.n ? k t.a at bis old -t md, where be i- prepared to execute orders for tin- printintr of Books, Pamphlets, Periodicals, Newspn|mrsj Circu? lars, Checks, Notes, Drafts, Bills of Exchange, Catalogues, Rills of I l.-idiiii', Omni ale., Itili Head., Price- Current, Manifestes, Carl and Ship Receipts, Cmntnerei il and Law Blanks of every variety. Address j and Business Card-, Posting Bills, Ac Jfcc. jeS 2 >' a H CTSCH LE R, Manufacturer of Shirts, h. ... r..i. ? '? fan, Ac. wholesale a.?l retail, No. 92 Cbathani-su, New-York. A large and most fashionable assortment of geullemeu's Scarf- und I Cravats; Gloves mid Suspexders j Sill, and Cambric Handerchiefs ; Silk, Cotton and Merino Shirts and Drawers; Tights; Silk, Cottoi and Woollen ti li lt. HOYS' SHIRTS OF EVERY SIZE. All of which are ?fteeed to the public nl much lower price., than . ihcv can be purchased at any other establishment in tin-city. N. Ii Boa Club Fancy Shut, and Caps on hand, or nmde t, ' srder. m P.1 I in #,'.rl POKil'M OF FASHION. No. 3 lb-, s ,?.-.?.-. ? ? i The sulwcriber hneixg taken the storefonnerlyoccupied bv lohn : T. Golilsns til, begs lenvu to iu.Wtu the public thai he bus opened with \ mi entire New Stock of Goods, and liuv-iiis secured the vnlu/.ldo s,-r- i ric.t Mr. iUOLDSMITH iu the Cuttiue Mepnrtmeul, ? ho-o ^Isill is well known and appreciated by the fashionable, coi^muuity, tho pa- j IroUMse of the friends of M>. Uoldsniilh i- respectfully solicited, as ; they inte ?I makius up Garmi uts iu a manner and style deserving a share of the patroimge of the puldic, ami at pric :s ns low as am ottier i establishment ijijhe city. i?3-lin' JAMES C TRAVERS. LJOVT'S FASH2t?NAllLE TAILOtiiiVC: t:s I I TABLISHMENT, No, l-l Wiuliam-stkeet, one door fr. Spruce-street, New -York. Getitlnmi n v, i hing clothe. ? ii. L<- furnish- \ e, l at tin-follow in: Ion prices.?Warranted to Iii and equal in work ma.i-hip to any estubliski ion I in the " ny. a call from all those who w ish to put, base will be thankfully receivedi I?r, .. Coat.-, from.II lo$2D Puutatooas, from.." lo.ylo Crock Coals.ifi ?? 25 Verts.2 " ii t'okt- made and trimmed in the iir-i stj le : Druse Coats from.' to$l0| Pantaloons, from.\SA to ?2 IgrocjtCoats.B " 11!Verts.[m24 Im]....1.50 ?' 2 | LMssIIIONA ?LE CLOTHINCL?Th.b.-cri sr. bai I ii.-; ,i moved from l52to!Mj Rivision-stroet, (nearMarket,).would respectfully inform hi- friend-, customers, and the public in general, I that h- has on hand a fashion tide and t-ood assortment of Cloths, <? Miliares, Vestihgs and Summer Cod?, n hicti he ?il i muke Iu order at prices which cauuol fail to giro universal sutlsfactinn, A very fiue suit ofclotlies may le h ul for $30, made and Irimined in the best man? ner. Geallcmen linding their own cloth can have ii ma.'c up at pri? ces which will be fou.td renmmnblc. All garmeuts warranted lo tit. a-e.i ,t numbers are im the habit of getting pantaloon- and vests cut. In Mould sav that now be e , an ihcv be belter suited or more punctu? allyintended to. jc?-lm ' W. DOWNES. !Mi Divisjon-sU |>t>\ss' IM> <'HIL?(H-:.>'.?i CI.O i :i5><;. ^ n l> large assortment of fashiouablc axd s-c stlv made Boys'and Child. rnu's Clnthins, sai?cd i" the season, now readv and for sale \ery cheap fores.li by GKORtiE A. HOYT A r<> 14 Bowery jol-lur ? i K.MLI-.t|l-:.Vs ?V KOI s?' >l MMI.lt STI I f. - " S asGaml.ns, Lama Cloth, Orleans Cloth. Drab ETay, Linen Drillings, Ac Jfcc, o\tr.i .heap, and for -ale at No.205 Greenwich-st. HENRY WILLIAMS & Co. Print- and Muslim in endless vani ty. je? Im REMOVAL. II IV. CHESTER, Attorney, Solicitor aud Counsellor, has Lit removed his Othce to 25 Nassau-street; corner of Cedar, w hen he will be happy to attend to tUe calls ?f hi. friends ou business iu bis profession. \wi\ Im (Ot'I'l.i:, TLTN AM? ZiXC ROOFINfL rpilE Mndersignesl would inform his friendsnnd the public that he I it prepared to cover buildings with tho nbove materials at short notice, and on favorable terms. Reference will begiveu losomc of the first buildings iu the country for workmanship, Ac Buildings covered in any part of the country. Gutters, Coruu-e. and Leader.- of the above materials made and repaired, al 'In Old Stand. No. 204 Canal street. w. II. SVt MKT. Summer ovens, that the subscriber ?rtl ?an ant ki Bake or dos le Tin Ware always on hand. ai?, the Athnuor Cooking St.-se. i ,e only place th.-v", ,n be had in the city. W. H. ajWEET. m22_ ^PLE.MHI) SILVEK IXJOEi I'LA'I'FS. I nubrcriber has on hand an assortment of full plated Silver Door Plates of the best quality of various -nr.-- and patterns Th.in want of the rbove article are invited to < all and examine these plates of the ubscriber's auke befose purchming elsewhere. R. RO? BERTS, Silver Plater aud Door Plate Manufacturer, 15" Bow-ry; 1th door above Broome sU, east side, _ jo Sw* TKOV ShYrT'dEPOT. VT this Establishment may be- seen the largest assortment <>t _ . Shirts, JUnoms, Collar-. Ac to be found m t'a- city; all ..foil own m inufacture in Troy, which v. e offer to dealers, ami the citizens m general. 25 cents below city price-. The ; bove ::???.I- hat o * on t"^ high prai-.- to need a iy putSng from "-. It :- sulficienl to auy, t ml we an- p itrui ized by ail the principal dealers iu -be e t.vj and the above goods have beea generally approved throughout tie-co. ntry, f. ,r beiug w.-ii mads aud tor cheapness. MARSHALL'S, 9!>Cbatha.u -t. N. Yo-k. N. 15.?Northern,Southern, Wester-, nd Ea-lern Merclauts, who are niik.. j th ii purchases al the wholesale dry goo Is h iises, >tr j do well to inquire f"r sofouem luufjulure, ,.s it t. sowcti es the ? case', that oih? kiinls are kepi by lie in jelO lm NlA : K RVi.v \ in FaII, 1>K. OMKOOIVM 1 N :> i \ < HOLAGOGU E . POR t*1 V-KR \M> -'.(il-'K. \\p Tiir various* FORMS OS INTER MI1TEN T AND EMI I PENT EEVEK&?Designed especi? ally i?i to-., affscii ns?fth? Liver aud other internal organs which attend i . . ,-e- es nf tol.climat s T.e..p -. ii, -,? ti'.--in-from i. e.- ? iseases. M_also those who have become i?< |i . frwuithvi cflcct Ufou the constitution, will;find the India C ol ... i*\ lu-'il- remedy for purifying tkebkmd. pro? moting < he , rse of bile, and thoroughly reimswa^from the system la. rbideffi !s ofa bilious climate. Each t> tti ? of medicine is accompanied ? ith a pamphlet na tSc ?C-iis. -. i",e !iae, t. ,?h Cure,' with full direction*. For sab-, wholesale aud -eia-l bv jclO lsai- P. BROWN A CO," Druggists. 4 Liberty, aear Wi bam intiple* of the Go Termin? tit. 9 wi-.h them carried IVEW-YORK, SATURDAY, JUIYE 12, ilggAP ACT FASHIO^^IBLE GOODS, :>.:v ?OOO? vt cost PRICES rJ*HE Subscribers, being desirous to reJucc their stock of Spring and Sumoer Goods a.- low a. possible, previous to making pur efa ises for the Fad trade, ?ill iV?m ? ,) ,t<; up to the first of Au?ua: nix. ?Hl their Good* at COST. Their stoen .- large, and having baen mostly purchased at Auc? tion at very low pries, it is ! t-t opportunity ever offered t;> La? dies whs >?i-ri t- supply themselves mite SishionaUs Goods. Among their stock may be found a splendid a-sn-tment of RICH SILKS ofthe latest styles, a great variety of PRINTED LAWNS. Bombazines, Prints, arc. Al-o ? larre i.>t of Gumbroon?. Crap- C.ai blets, and Linen Drill? for Gentlemen's wenr. jelO-tf GERARD & KLINCK. 167 Spring-st CHEAP DIM GOODS. rTyHE subscriber, grateful for the distinguished ?? reference he has * received during tin- past year, begs leave to inform bis friends .mil 11.- ? public that be ka- on hand and i- daily receiving n choice and extensive assortment of Dry Goods, consisting in part of Blai t, blue, brown.green,Oxford and steel grey mixt Broadcloth*. Single ami double nulle I Cassiinerea and Satinets. Vesting*, Gambroons, < 'amblets. Summer Cloths,Drillsand Nankin". Shirtings, Jeans and col.i Cambrics, from 6s. per yard upwards. Garment Furniture and French Cnficoe*. ' Printed Lawns ami Muslins, in evcy style. Hou-selinc do Laine. Challys and SiIk- for dresses, in ?rrr.t variety. English, Freuch ami Search Ginghams. Duin_?k and Birds' ye III iper. Merino, Cashmere, Moussclinc.de Laine, Crape. Satin ami >:U Shawls ami Handkerchiefs. Table Cloti ind Ton i ling. Canvass,Ostiaburgs, Russia Sheetings and Tickings Irish I.men., Hollands ami French Lincu Cambric*. Silk, Cashmere, Cotton, Mci ino, Lambs' Wool, Worsted Hosiery,al all prii Ribbons, Laces, Sewing Silks; Thread and Cotton. Needles, Pins, Tapes, Hooks am! Et Buttons, d t.. in "rent variety. P ir-i-i I?. frmti upwards. Havisg employed a first rate Milliner, he will have on hand at all times a very lar-r? slock nf Millinery Goods, which will lie found equal to any ia the city, mid sold 35 per cent cheaper; Lawn Hats, i beautiful article. 6a., las. and 13s. each ; M|k Hats. 83 ami upwnrds. \ Large assortment of Tuscan, Spin Straw, Dunstableand Leghorn Hats. Artificial Flowers, at manufacturen' prices. All the above Goods will be told by Wholesale or Retail,'at the lowest puce, they can lie obtained at in any Hause in the city. The subscriber is determined to pursue the same course he has hitherto ?lone. viz : to rain ihr confidence of his customers and never abuse it, lo which principle he attributes Iiis unparalleled >uc., and for which he again return- In. grateful acknowledeement*. jel-Swcod JOHN II 1MILTOV.390 Hudson-street. cheap i>l?V ROODS. i VSON II. ran KOVER A CO., 315 Greenwich-street, two doors ?' Iselow Barclay. We would igi in direct the attention of the public, especially the Citizens ?f New-York, U.r well selected aKd unrivalled Stock of Goods, wliicli urc of the bliest style, and imstortatinn. We have, dso, reduced the pin e- -u as in render them cheaper than ever. This fact, we think, will hr readily ndmiHsd by all iheee who will cull ni our noted esiablishment and examine the assortment. Plain,figtireil and striped Mousseliuo de Laines. Pi i led 1.1? u- and Mttslins. Silk-, black, blue black and colored. Bombazines, jet mid blue black. Prints, French, English nnd American, 39,000 vards,at Is. per yard, formerly sold for Is. 6d. Cambi ic Vuslius, plain, stripedmnd plaid, for 3s. 8s. 6<L per var.;. P..s and MhII Muslins; Laces, Bobinetl and Thread. H.?ry of nil descriptions, from to 16s. per pair. Ac. Ac Summer Good-, cstiisisting ufGnmbroons, dark and light col ireil, both ribbed and pi .in. I)ra;i dc Ete, for GeiltleltK its Coal-. Lim a- French white asd brown Drilling, and also plain Cotton 1 (?'nod- of every quality. i Dornest? Sheetings, ;rll ilie known styles, for 6d. Sd.9d.10d. und I-. ? Bleached Sheeting and Shining. Lou-' Cloths, of all kind*. ' Y.-h Stills, Manchester ami Sea Island Cotton*. | jcl-U' J. H. BOCKOVER A CO., 315 Grceuwich-strcet. o.Ve price s*toicr. PERSONS wishiiir to purchase good cheap CLOTHING would do I well t? nil at I33J Chathaiu-streel, ?I. they "ill find Ihn fol lowing prices: Coats ir-in .>:' lo ?13; Cloth Pants from $3 to ?5; 1 Jacket?cloth, $4 50 to $5; saliner, $1 ".i lo$350. iii.1l-Iin J. COGSWELls. , SsA.I'E ETi.ACK St'ARFSof Use finest Quality, 3? yard, i s?> lontr. ?t $3 75. Shukers' II.I-, all sizes, at each. i Pajier llniiciugs, i v on tv at i- per piece. RihliHiis and Laces daily from nuction, verv low. i j.-Mi.i M; J. DRIJMMOND.30B G nnd-t / sorene-lo ?v biVTSviiee?, v.. itoT; i..... * S would respectfully inform ilieir friends and the public, thai liiey have jusi received from atictianu lere supply of Summer Goods, which they will soll ut n very tuiall advantage. Very heavy Gru d? 1 Swiss, yurd wide, only Us. A larce n.tnieut of Meu's, Lwlies-and I Children's llosieryvvery cheap, imported by themselves. All other , Bunds ?qually hoi. Ladies are invited t.ill soon, at 'M6 Seeon ?- -i. GORENFLO A IIU rSCIH.ER'S jc7-lw CJieap Dry Cmsd? Store* s^ 1 Is KS, cheap sTEKS*?1'lr.id, ?tri|se?~ figured ..i 0 plain, leach, blue-black and colored Silk- Al-o a large lot of Prinleil Muslins and Lawns : together with a full assortment of plain ] ami figured Mousselin de Lane--, just rei rived, nod for sale, al llie well-known Ckeap Store No303 lire, nwich-sr. . jed-lm IIEXRY WILLIAMS A r?. f ? rOPPEK, .HORSE ?V CO., 3111 Greenwich,.r of s 1 Itarcluy street, have this day added to their inr-jer Stocka com? plete assortment of Foreign nd Dona-tic Dry Goods, which lliey of? fer to tlscir numerous fricn s and customers al price- which cannot rail to please. N. B. Country merchants ar- requested to call and examine ?-tie-k well selected for then trade, which ?.ll be olT red to tbem very low. _jV'l-if 1 ?ii EAP : cheap ! cheap !?Engraving u ill ? I price. A Vissling Card Plate eneraved and 50 Cnnls printed for only it 50. Business Cards and ai! ?liier Engrivilie. al half price, .it 4pj Cortlandt, corner of Greenwich-street. P ease call and see ?fieci tuens._jell, im i \.\ tCt'e'l'l n<? ?? I'-.e Subscnlicr nonld upprise i ..? Publii I ffentmL and bis fr:cnd*.aJd-up-towa |.pie n. particular, that Iras on hand al 376 Ifu?ls?n, (between ICinrand 11 ituracrsley stre?;tsO i .???ry neat and well eelectml assortment of Carpets, wluch in conse ?ueoce of reduced expenses he can afford to tell al prices tirat cannot .ul toeivosali faction to the most ecoaomicaL -ovik asn sea. nil Im; _THOMAS DORSET. . /1a:t v\m'Ain:.m Italian w endow .??ii.?des. I 1 .LIVER W. VVOODFORD has iusi reo ivcd i f- ? mar* e ? ?? Transparent Italian Wm-lo. >iia.!<.. an enlirely new style, iud paint? ed in every variety of landscape *< vies and scroll bonier-. Families iulending to pun base aav kind iif Window Rlm.l- Ulis >o- ins will Iii d handsome Trauspareat VVindow Shades from s>J io ?10 per pair. N. It. About Liu pairs al lue low price of $3 per pair, icl-lf 66 Catharine-street, j > thompson, No. (irund-siri n ti H I r s would respectfully iuforni bis patr-us and the public th u he las this dav received from Auction a fresh supply of Sommer Goods, among which :er the greatest bargains ever jet offered, consisting of , Silks Shawls; Mou.le Lame-. Prinleil Ma-Im, Pari? Lawns, Drape? ry Muslin. erobToi lered S?i-s L:i?ns. Gainbrtsons; Lasting*, Ibet.bi zines, |i! in <td - tin strti ? ' Mmis?e Je I sine?, Ar. mSI-if ] rOSIElCV?isi laztii White al l?a |:air,75(i>zcn itls3d,and ! I l D dozen rt Is 6>l a pair, very fine, and so ou m proportion lo the finest quality; <i half the usual prices, Ladies ?ishui" the cheap? est Sosckilig.-. w'hite hi o I; :^id unbleacl ed, ever offered m N.-w-Y.rk. wiltobiain them at THOMPSON'S Cheap Store, 136 Grand-street, near Km. ..I?:iv._ _m;!'- '' echanics' t ilt: ?5* store, ? Housi eral ti-sorlmeiil of Dry Goods, i- . heap n* al any -tor- in i';e i"tt ui> loan or .loan town) LADIES! ecouomizu durivg the hard times bv purchaaiuj j >u tl y -..Is al m- - heap store, 50 I Ions ta-si. _[j'-7-3w-l R. DAW IE ? IS Y WI.s?Sp>tv hi heavy satin damask ?juare SI awls. 0 lls??. i . :....? 1011 l<>ue black and China do. For sale by B. Till IMP ON. l3U Grar d-'reet,ncT the R.- v.-y. n>3l-tf ( < \ >i r: sii>c?N.*t an i) \ f.*? l ix..?- i sos \l r. Iwvs'wttar. for sale at 130 Grand-street, near Broadway, by mSLtl " _ R THOMPSON. % I v>t'-*??r: i>e i-acn es?s ? ?? "> L'J snven r fabric, this momitur out of the ca.-e, and will I..Id. with the'choice,al a bartwu.by P.. THOMPSON, 130 Grand-street, near Broadwuy._mM-tl ?ill'- ? t:E> Ma7SI.I>*Sl?Fast colors, very tin-, for I? per 1 y.-.ni. Ladies had bell ;r avail themselves ol this opportunity soon because it cannot be expected of long duration. Grand-street, near Broadway, al B. THOMPSON'S tSiu ip Cash Store. utt-tf i)(|1|k 1zines?!"...e C. ? BI I) nun" and Veil?"rape.. Tin- Day from Aactioo. For -ale by R. THOMPSON, 120 Graxd-strcet, between Crosby stnit au.l l'.r..a.: wav. _^t-f j iVlRls I.A. SV N S?II " rcent is r '..on. ofl.eaunlul I. it - for - .le ?t B. THOMPSON'S, No. 130 Gram]-street, tir-t Dry Goods Store from Broadway. nUH-U oranerit patterns in ITWsENCII TASKS,GIRANDOLES,Ac?A > ? I of the -l.~?* articles, roinprismr; a!1 ike n.o-t splendid p the market, for sale at !...% price- by ME R RITTS A PAG K. No. I DO Bowery._ je3-3m" sJA.ID p \pek.?r.; in- ol sup, rsor qiraliiy. for by ml i if PLRSSE A BROOKS. ?'! L'f>rrc"-street .1 nab nothing nior."~:;.i v Ml. di:n Intelligence. I*.?ported tor the New-York Tribune. ScrPERiBR Court;?Calendar fur June 12, 1841.?No*. 21. 12, 33. 34. :io. 42, 44, 44. 47. ?, 19. Cor/rt ?; Sessioss.?Fri/.r:?P.r:?re t'ie Recorder, J :- Lynch and Noah, a;..! Aldermen Lee and Pollock. In the case of James B'. Glentworth, on whose behalf a redurtmn of bail from ?.'00;? to .?."0'> was ?m Thursday ap? plied fur by hi* counsel, the Court st.ited that when tin* at tosnt <>f bail was originally fixed, there were seven indict? ments against the accused for a> many distinct offences.? ^uasequendy six ? ?:* those indictments had been disposed of by demurrer: and only one remained on which the accused had bee:: tried, the jury betrtg unable t" agree. Every disa? greement of a jury increases the h-in! presumption of inno c tnce; an I the Court therefore dec;:-, it proper and rittht to reduce the amount of bail from $~>U>>:) to $1000. in which ] - ?? unexceptionable bail will be taken. I he following sentences were then passed, viz : Het ty rnylorv.-colored man, convicted of manslaughter itt j t!: ? 3d degree, in kitling Joseph Smith, also colored, was sen? tenced to the State Prison for die term of I years, the high-: est allowed by law. Alexander G. Coxe, convictc t in December last of oVtain mg 5110 under false pretences, was sentenced ta the Citv Prison tor 30 days. .J 'tir: pcrdsn, convicted ? >:'grand larceny in stealing a case ' ol .- wortL *-4 '*. toux & Co . ?... sentenced to the . St Prison for ?.' vears. Bridget Hickey, a iir! of I"'. convictc 1 of burglar.' in the 3d degree, in breaking i>.to the .?.?.?.?re ,1?" .loht, Weiler, wo* sent to the I louse 6i Refuge. William Thompson, convicted of petit larceny, second of? fence, was sentenced to the Penitentiary for two year-. William Clark, convicted of obtaining money ($10) under false pretences, was sentence ,1n> the Penitentiary sixtydays. j William J. Cummings, convicted of petit larceny, steal-! in? a watch?Penitentiary '1 months. Uiitth Bun,-, entivieted of a..*:t:.it and batten on Mannseh | Goldberg?City Prison one week and pay a fine of I George P. Geiser, convicted, b\ confession, of an assault ! and batterr?on Constable Keivan?City Prison 10 days. John Crowin, convicted >'ti two iindfetments of receiving i stolen >z.I-. was sentenced on the tir-t t? the City Prison for 10 ?l:iy- and pay a fine id" ?25, and ?>ti the second indict- ' ment a similar tine and imprisonment. J.'hn Williams and William Stevenson, convicted of as-j saiiit and battery, not appearing f.-r sentence, their recogni? sance* were forfeited. Christopher Bn man was tried tor cental larceny, stealing :i trunk contauiing;boys'clothing, u watch worth ?30, and ither article*, worth together$51, from Jonuihan D. Howell if 9 .Mangin st. <<?? the L 1th May, at night. The property ivns tnko:i from ihe gnrret of the house, ami the watch tak< to .lie I.-o;i'.. pawnbroker shop in -aid street ii> pledge, which led to his arrest. The jury found him guilty, and tin- Court sentenced him j ti< tie- State Prison tor three years. .fumes Heed, aged l~. was tried fur an assault and battery villi an attempt tocommil a rape, on Mary Ann Millette, i child only !' year- of-nge. at No. 204 Sixteenth-street, in the I2ih March i.i-t. ihe jury found the accused not fiillif. \> i nrd McKce, an old in.f 70. indicted for an ossanlt tnd battery mi hi- wife Mary, a woman of ball' Iiis age, with- j Low hi, plea of not guiltv and pleaded the indictment. Plea r.-e.-iv.-.l ami r.rded. I rfcittirt*.?William Russell, indicted for Mayhem; I uiathuii S. Coticklin, of Forgery in the 3d degree; James \. Smith, t-i Grand Larceny; Frederick Hay ward, for Lirtind Larceny .mal embezzlement; Catharine O'Conncr, I'atrick Minton, and Margaret Barnard, for Peril Larceny; C'nneklin P.-ar.-nll, William P. Erricksoii, Ur.li.Tt B??d"d, Samuel Plant, Joseph Mttsso, l'homns E. Doyle, Daniel S. Powers, Jomcs Ryan, and Charles Quintan, for assault ami lattery?severally failing t.> apj oar ami answer, their recog? nizances were forfeited. Adjourned. Police Office.?Robbing a Vessel.?.lohn Francis, late I ivi riving oh board the brig Ida. lying at Ol I Slip, was yester- j lav an ??-ted charged with having stolen ???!!."? mit ofakag tuntnining ?3 "i0, in the cabin of said vessel?taken in as ' h .ji.i a..,l under die care and charge of Captain Taylor, the ! master. UnW ?13 in specie was found upon him, but he .v.is committed n> piison. Conns Kit's Lvq.uf.st.? \:i inquest ?as held yesterday bouse of ? lliuuncey St. John, l!> West st. on the body >t an unknown man, found drowned at the foot of Morris ?t. flic deci use,! was dressed in a check shirt, blue cloth vest, Kid canvass pantaloons, and had die appearance of having seen in the water ui long time, and t i- body so much disfigured is to i?- unrecognized. Verdict, found drowned. For The Tribune. ADDRESS To THE CITIZENS Of THE UNITED STATES. by \ mechanic. Velloie-eUizeiu: The depressed state id" nil kinds of business, art-, trades. calHiisrs and employments, ami the numerous privations and other evils eoini*nii"nt upon such sener.'-l depiv.-siim now su Ion? and so generally felt, should excite us to meet together; and, in a quiet and peaceable manner, scriousk/ inquire, whit lu- I.n and now is the cause or causes of this depression ? ?a il unitedly and pcrsevenngly uso all lawful means to re -i-i the cnu. causes of depression until they arc remo ? .. V-.it will therefore excuse mit for taking the liberty of Invi before von mv thoughts on this very important sub? ject, i remark then, that no country or people can be pros pei - and happy, nor honorable and independent, unless the ccof tra i- betwi en them and thepeople ofother nation* i* a; least equal. B'it. fellow-citizens, the balance of trade is as i tiii- country nbout twenty millions a-year. Now, there i- no nay of paying tin- debt but by sending twenty millions of gold or silver to settle it; becau*c"*the Europeai s an I others have taken already as mitch of our material and produce '.fall kind- a* they need or want, and must have the bn ance paid in -j?vi" : therefore this e\,of imports de privi - u? of twenty millions worth of work which might tobe done f. this country, and thus we are robbed or outwitted of both our work and mir money to that amount; and thus eve? ry art and trade, and every branch of busim ss, calling, and .: .- I. . i- overstocked widi hands, and general distre**i* j'. ?. a.ai tr.'i i; roiUi-tv pia. tic- I. Pap<-i' mon.-y is i-su.-.l to sustpK us witli a circulating medium Instead ?>!" th^ gulil and siiver that is ?en* away,?and this also i* the reason why the . rs cannot pay specie at all times for thrir bili* ; and ? ? very State in this Union i- a l?*er (,y t(lc. balance of trade being against this country: because it makes busine-s fin tuute more, than it would do b? keeping the balance in our ravtu?oi ?'. because it brings every State into debt. 1 be . ;' re, let us as soon as possible increase the duties upon imi ort? ?! r..I* -" a* s<> turn the balance ?if trade in our fa vor until our debt ??> forcisnecs i- paid, and for ??v.-r alter !. ei it at leastequal; then every State in this L'tiimi shall ha ? ..rk enough, trade enough, ship;.in:: enough, ar.d spc .-. em tgh?and tii??t; only a few bank bills siuii required. ?i:; short, enough of ea lh and ^11 of them t^r ' the 2?*noral welfare.' By the General G verntnent pur-sing this policy constantly, every art and trade and branch of bu-in?-.* nc<.ary tor sustenance and defence, and every useful pur w mii.l i": mrried oa or dooe in this country, ..or ma nu?i tm :.l mat ? : place. And unless we do so, we cannot be iptliepeudent btit in name only. But we as a people have not in time pa*; judiciouilj atti tided to it, ami threfore ate lo*ers. By examining t'je iubjoct a Ihde more in detail, we shall sec: that the evils brought up m tu by this balance of trade being against us are truly alarming. Sec this: The quantity bl Europ -an goods purchased tor twenty million* of dollars woul I ,t employment to >ixty-scven thousand three hundred anil t^.:i mechanic-, -ay heads of familie*: ar.d by counting li-.c :*ir each t?nuly, the cumber is three hundred and tbirr.y-f;x tliniisand rive hundred and fifty persajtis that, in this Country are deprived of ;he means of support from pro per. emplovment, which they shotddhavc; and then fore, must OF F I C K NO. 3 o A N N - S T. voz.. I. ko. 55. hnd supp .;? b\ some other mean*; moreover, by increasing th*> diir.es so. we lighten the bunions of the poor, and the indus? trious. Twenty Million- a year. I am aware, Fellow-Citizens, that many say ' the inter? ests i>: the i eoplc of t;,.- Sooth ar ? in opposition to those of the North, and therefore, should object to high dunes;' this saying,:although conu?on, t. a rinnt lit] blunder; for they are not ... by being in a different I teil de, aor bv climate, nor by their holding true to the others according to'the Constitu f.o.-i ,.: the !':.::.?.! States: ia *!,;.,;. vi.-\ are not so bv na? ture. I? -.t the Southern State, are more favorable for the manufocture of Cotton, Sdk aud.Woolen goods than those of the North, because of their warmer climate.?In truth, the real interest >>:' each and every State is onlv found in ' The General W chare:' and if we do not seek the ? general wel? fare, where i- our honor' But the interest of each and every State is marred, and t'.ey are nearly all in debt bv the bal ance of trade- being against them; and can any person show kow they .hall gel but of .Ubr while the balance of trade continue- against them ' or how they shall ^ct the halansein tin ir favor, bui by high duties I?except by soiling the whole of the States to the creditors ' and after that, by selling? ourselves ! From the above view of the -ubjcct we arc call? ed upon by the strongest of motives to weigh and consider it, and then to act accordingly. The motives, I beg to repeat, arc these, our interest, our happiness, our honor, and our in? dependence. This is a plain and natural view, and ought to be taken and understood bv everv one: therefore, let us will? ingly and heartily thus bring it before our fellow-citi/eHs?it lor the ^ ... raf _'oc?il of evory one. Francis Kknnkdv, Weaver. 223 West-Twentieth-st From the United :state> GazctU. MASTER HUGHES. '? Cilo iVorinster amati dtorWH." 1 " ? The sudden and melancholy death of tin- interesting hoy, ut the ea.-lv age .i fourteen years, of which accounts have appeared in most of the ucsrsp has tilled ?ith sorrow the heart- of those friends whom admiration tor hi- extraordinary taleuts snd lose tor In. aaiia bl? disposition attached t? hint during bis sojourn in this neighbor? hood. Hi- uncommon musical abilities aie too well known to require ruy poor pr:n-e, ^no?. alas: how vainly hest.d!) and tho.e ?!>?> have beard bis perf?rmanc.n the harp and concert na? ill not -oou furu-et the delightful elf? t he produced an both those instrument?a twuct, loft harmony that went to the heart with a power inde-eribu ble. Something more than .i year ago, perhaps eighteen month.. h* cams from hi. native Wales, with the other members of bis family, to -eck the reward of his developed genius in sur newer regions. He had already won aw >ng his own romantic hi Is?emphatically the |:u?| oi the harper?in the great metropolis of Britain, and through the Proviu. ' golden opinions from ill sorts ol |.pie.' Lords and ta dies had listened with delight to his performances,and even royalty had condescended to notii e him ? nli favor und approbation, In this country lie received, of course, li. the flattery of the high uud mighty, hm Ii? could not fail, wherever b? wont, to rather from those wh* had ' niu ic in their soul*'a free aid honrtj acknowledgement of bis merits. The difficult and scientific composition* be ha. left be? hind bim, some of thc.-n produced before bo was ninn years of age, are sulhi lent proofs of ill. i- well us of the lots the musical world has sustained in Iiis e irty aud htmcn able death. Ii s i- during the past w intsr that I bud the pleasure of making his acquaintance, aud 1 have rarel) met v\,ili a morn gentle, amiable and uiias.umia; boy. Erom the caresses and adulation which had been heapsd on him in Englaud, a different re-nlt ???> io l,e expected; hni beseemed iusnnsiblu to vanity and self conceit, and utterly uacon* tcious that be ;.eased any thing that could give bim n < laim to hold hinsell ?Ihm ? ordinary youth of his IIa was evi r obliging, but never forward or presuming ; and while he was ambitious of gjuniinr good opinions ior himself, ha seemed to take n -im ere pleasure in the ipprofa ition that w as bestowed on his younger brothers. Mihi in man? net, ami unsophisticated in feeling, bis wbolc character seemed made up oi' innocence and simplicity. Ilm n is sad to dw ell on ? irtues thus passedaway. To that world where worth and oxcelbsnce are.appre? ciated, and w here h ippineas i ? unalloyed, wc irn.i tie is removed, iron future care aud perhaps from future barm. I have brought a simple preen wreath?laurel .,?>.! ever.-. ititei-ixiiivle.l?to Ion.? upon hi. -iient harp. Will you nid me in making the melinchoty offering1! Dear child how tittle did we dream thai fron but touch that harp w uulJ so soon li'- huilied for erer! T R I ? I' T E To the Memory of my little friend Josi nt TtiDoa Hughes, drow n?d ia the Hudson', near Newburg, May 12,1841. ByCn.tat.es West Thomson. - ? He must not tlo.it u|ion his watery bier Unwept, and welter to tiie parching wind, Without lie- meed of some melodious t-ar.' Milion. 'Oh. sir. the good din lir.t. And tiiey. whose heart, are Kry a. summer dust. Burn to the socket*' IKurJtitertA, GoNE-s-gune I?aa lhe earth's green shore I ?bull In ar thy gentle voice no more: Thy gentle voice and thy beaming eye Are things thai are Rose for ever by . And tli- halls of melodj ne'er again t-hall .oiind to the ininsiri I's uiagic (train. No?no?it ran -eari sly be, For I almost icem bis harp io see. In the same bright -(mi where u used to ?tan i When -aepi by the touch of In- fury hand, An I ihn - li.weel i Ones lU.I I ii?,?d to b.'ar Come stealing again o'er my listening ear. Then?there i- the sad mme, loo. Where be enme to bid me Iiis last ?dien , E'en now I hear hi- a, i eat- bland? I t an feel the pre.-., of In- youthful hand , And hi- -mile I ean. -o free from eare a. In' f>ok my blessing, and left me there. Poor boj ! Old vtiis tin- thy fate? f>.i .ail i lot and SO brief a date' Did-t thou leave for this I by sunny lull-. And the chime of thy aalive mountain nil.' Didst tbou come from the bloom of tbj on . bright ? On the Ure:.5t of the Hudson's ?an tu die ' Dark wave.; ,t a'as cruel in thee To take mv boy in hi-childhood's glee ; \\ as tin-re nought could induce tby rage to .pare The light blus eye am! the shining hair! Oh ' bun < oald-t tbou look on the gifted child. And noi relent from thy purpose wild ' Farewell!?no tune shall bring The soft, -we?l lOUCb of ill) RSBg'lC .Irin?; Th"U art early gOBO to thy peaceful crave. And w, give ti.bach to the <.o,i who gave! Unstained the loved one ha- passed away; l!ut the hopes that we cherished?oh! where irethej ' Ah Iron Home.?A ge.itlcmaa of Brussels has constructed an iron house, which i- said to answer the objects intended in a satisfactory manner. The wall.-, are hollow and the hot air ciiculate, from a central point in the kitchen, through the; intervals in the walls, and by mean* of valve, the quantity t> be a limited may be regulated. A house consisting -f IT rooms will cost ?1,165, while a house of the same size ia brick will cost ?1,107. The rooms are arranged on three door*. The whole weight is 797^ tons avoirdupois. Tiv* advantage of this structure of house is represented to be its permanent nature, and the facility with which it may b* moved. The expense of carrying it from Brussels to Liege, to Ghent, or to Antwerp, would be about ??,'.?. Cure : in Tooth Ache.?At a meeting of the London Medical Society. Dr. Blake stated that he was able to cur? the most desperate cases of tooth-ache, (unless the disease ? was connected with" the rheumatism,) by the application of. the following remedy to the decayed tocth:?alum, reduced to au impalpable powder, tw<? drachms; nitrous spirit of ether, seven drachms : miN. and apply them to the tooth.- - l.'.inctt. Ciiap.it? Toward as Knemv.?A Mr. Starling- ? ho was mini-ter of the batonv church of Glasgow, dur.r.g tn* war which England and other countrie^jnatntainta me.i against the insatiable ambirion of Louis MV. m that -,arl 3 bis pravcr relating i , public affairs ^to r^ch the Lord that he would take the haughty *Z Tr ^ shake him over the mouth of hell. But, S^JaOrd, added th<- wordiyman, "dinna;le. bin, fa .... This cu-. I ". . raver having been mentioned to Louis, he Uagh A S,*a3 rSooend) afterward gave a, a toast. - The giyA Scotch Parson. ?, \v ApoLo-.v.?A w'":! d:es.rd young gentleman ftt ai,a?, "whiskin* about the room, run hi* head agatr M a young , fa Ke began :?> apologise. " Not a word ixT" cried j ,. ?? i- I- r)'. hard er.^ur'a te hurt any body." [AtLu.