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PRICE OSE CENT. ME .Vt'W-V?RE TRIBUNE . | *yery mornrng, ?t No. 30 Ana-street, New-York, !' '! ?vre- i f, City Subscribers for ONE CENT per copy. Mail llticrOier?. V pe" ?""?m ,n sdvanc? : otherwise res*? e' *D?r.?TiMNc_roa r*cn advertiskme.'it of ime? or less (over sin-), fint iiisertion. SO cte. r (?r rwh ??'??oiJent >u.-ertion K for Kix insertions, er one week.Si SO V TweulT-flrr insertions, <>r #i:e mouth.??5 OO ' ' L?ni':r Ad sortis* mcnla at equally favorable rates. ., pirr lines, half tbe above mir.; Two lines. one-fourth of '. rstee?('stable in .ill cic?e? in advance. ii I t r i |Tn e. nT.U-YOKK. SAiTKDAY MORNING, JULY 31. 0X5RT Clav.?The Baltimore American gives the fol Laisg extract from the letter o!' a gentleman who had niat i3ffl? days in Washington. The tribute to theh'gh r-Jities a'i'i generous hearing nf tin- fireat W estern States ?j2 jj as just as it is discriminating and eloquent. I? you pats from the Executive Mansion to the magnifi ^ Capitol nt the other end of the Avenue, you find your Jf at once introduced to n scene of the liveliest interest rygalleriun of the Senate Chamber have been crowded .-,-rvday since 1 have been here, with an audience whose astern in what is going forward lends them to endure wji patience even the extreme heat of that part of the Umber. Hie position of Mr. Cm v us the acknowledged leader of Inanity in the .Senate naturally attracts the attention of all .rserrers towards him. He is, apparently, in the enjoy pent of excellent health, and, indeed, seem* to me to be. pore capable of enduring labor and fatigue than It i ?a til \ear- ago. i have, foi many days, observed bis demean rin the Senate, and my admiration "I the greatness of bis jlentl ami tlie purity of ins patriotic emotions, ha* been neatly increased by all that I have seen. Mr. Clay's posi? ts is one of heavy responsibility, and of prodigious labor, .'ne burden of supporting the gicut measures which his par . deem necessary foi the relief of the country has been rincipally thrown upon him in the Senate. An ordinan su would have ?unk under the task. No one con appreci ite its difficulty ut.d arduousness without coming here und ratchiug, day after d.iy, the thousand vexatious shapes in *liic opposition presents itseif?tlie specious garbs it as nmes?the appeals it makes to faction?to sectional inter i-m?io every passion of the soul?the pertinacity with which it connive* mentis for delaying, hindering and ombar j.Tj-sing the action of the Senate?and the unwearied dili? gence with which it wages its petty warfare against every issailatle point in the measures that are presented. But the spirit <>f Henry Clay rise* higher and higher as lifficultics grow thicker and mightier wound him. His luragV and constancy keep pace with th* demands upon them. Cretcit tub pondere virtu*. Always in bis place, ilways ready, always courteous to those who treat him with icdinary courtesy, dealing in indulgence umi candor with r.iiicst doubts or leal timidity, stripping denwgogueism of its prisO;whenever it ventures to display itsell?these are the iuties to winch be dedicates himself with untiring ussiduiiy rid with the must triumphant success. With what unfailing ngscity he will detect und expose the latent put pose that 1 larks beneath the smooth und insinuating sophistry of VVbkhtJ With what indignant and overwhelming scon. 4mshe unveil iho metaphysical subtlety?the restless dis . mtcrii?the disunionizing plots of Calhuin ! Whensoever nd from whomsoever the atiack may come, he is ever ready 1meet it; und 1 have yet to witness the encounter in which I Iii has failed to gain over his adversary the most decided ulna tage I perceive that one of the Northern papers, whilst admit? ting his i;reiit talents and the consummate tuet which he has exhibited during the present session, complains tliut be does tot always display the most perfect good temper. Mr. Clay a unquestionably a man of ardent temperament; ijnnliiies ? ich as Ins are not often found associated with a tame one. Bui 1 deny tliut he bus, ut any time, given any Member of tie Senate just cause to complain that he lias requited cour? tesy ami kindness with less than courtesy and kindness, oi thai he htis. in a single instance, impugned the motives of uj Senator, iinle?s provoked by a personal assault upon him scIt*. His whole bearing is dignified, courteous, and even ?? -'iiriliatory. He repels uny invasion of his own dignity with a just and proper resentment; but beyond this I am sure it cianot be shown he hns ever gone. It is impossible for any one to doubt that Mr. Clay pos Ksses the entire confidence ol the Whig majority in iho Senate. The independent men who sit around him are bis counsellors as he is theirs. It is lit that he should be their leader?the exponent of their wishes and opinions, as well u of his own. Upon most great questions they agree with I n, and where they do not coincide, the agreement, 1 am jure, is a cause of regret to all. Perfect coincidence of ?pinion amongst men of independent and enlightened minds Bast to be expected?but it is u consolation to the nation to now thai upon the topics that now chiefly occupy the pub tuind, the Whig majority in the Senate can all vote in a ?-id phalanx together. Yours, tJtc. tRE Silk Culture.? To the Editor or The Tribune : ?oor suggestion that an immediate duty be laid on Foreign Silk 1 consider of National importance. The policy of such I measure every one admits. Thousand* are now engaged ' raising Silk. Our ingenious mechanics arc every day ?rtr.ging forth improved reels, spinning machines and looms i its manufacture. Why should Protection be delayed I fhefforthand the South are equally interested, because "ilk may be produced in every part of the Union. Why will tat our Representatives march directly forward and nccotn fash the thing I There arc hundreds of thousands of women '^?o children und infirm persons, who have no employment, H':o would gladly engage in this business. Why delay 7 Let sie Members of Congress cut ?hon or omit a few of their feeches, and at once accomplish this greut object. It will help the poor, give employ mein to the idle, correct the un bnorable balance of trade pressing heavily against us, and *!d great, durable, und increasing wealth to our country. 1 vrily believe if. as suggested, u duty equal to that imposed in 1816 on Cottons had been imposed on Silk?, that at this kam,.in addition to supplying our own wants, large amounts : Silk would have been exported from the United Stales; ?sd that the money we have paid for imported Silks now *orn out would have saved us from our embarrassments, and prevented the wide-spread destruction which our discredited Circulating medium lias brought upon u?. It should not be ?st sight of that, in a single year, over twenty millions of -"liars' worth of foreign Silks have been brought in and sold h our markets, at:d mostly, as McCulloch says, consumed Vthtii the \ear. This impoverishing effects of Stich a draia '-poa our country for a ?eries of years demand not only serious ?ODjidcraiion, "ut immediate and e Sec tire action. As American. jy At the late commencement of P.-don College the ;-"Tce of Doctor of Laws was conferred upon the Ho::. S*"?Bel Jones, Chief Justice of the Superior Couit of the ~i:y of New-York, and upon the lion. George Bancroft, the I ^?aencan Historian. ^J* One John Anthony has been arrested nt Syracuse. "Sailed with having poisoned Mary Sissoti ut Pentield near ^achester earlv in June. He enticed her away from her j ?*Sj>d and then attempted to murder, in which, however. J * did not succeed. I 93 NEW-VC AJTHERST CottECE." -The annuri'. commencement 8t Am hcrst College w;n celebrated on Wednesday the ".'Ist inst. The Literary Orations by David Paul Brown, Esq. and Rev. John Todd of Philadelphia, are spoken of in terms of the highest praise. The Jeero.- of Bachelor of Arts was con forrcd upon thirty-one ffradimtcs. The Ilonoruiy dt;r'-o ol LL. L>. was conferred up.'n John Tvi.ek. President of the fnited States, and that of Master of Ars on Elihi Bcr ritt (the Learned Blacksmith.) ot Worcester. Mass. CP An Exptcss ban been established between Albany and Buffalo by Pornerey & Co. of the former city. After the first of August it will leave Aibany every Monday and Buf falo every Wednesday. O* On>the 24th the tallow chandlery of Mr. John Ma thewson, at Montreal, with its content?, was de.Toyed by fire. The loss amounts to several thousand pounds and but .small insurance. KJ3 The Exchange Hole. ;:t Hartford, Conn, kept by Mr. Col ton, bus been transformed into a thorough Temperance Bouse. The host, having experienced ti.e evils of Alcohol, will hereafter do all in his power to counteract them. CCP A lad, ten years old. named Wm. Bat net, was run over by the locomotive at Lancaster, Pa. on the 28th, and instantly killed. Hi?; head was severed at once from Iiis body. _ Rev. Washington Van Zandt.?The following letter re? lative to this gentleman appears in the Courier of yesterday: Batavla, July 26tb, I84L Den." Sir: In the Courier which I have received a day or two .-ine-, [ regret to perceive an article copied from another paper, relative to the Rev. Mr. Van Zandt, of Rochester, who stands charged with seducing a young woman of that city. , Circumstances are daily coming to light which begin to open the eyes of those who were loudest intheii accusations ?the tide of opinion is setting in Mr. V Z.'s favor: and I w rite this merely to beg that you will publi-h nothing further about him. until be has hud n trial, Give him a lair chance. He protests that lie is innocent, and that he shall prove him? self so beyond all neradventure. N ione desires speedy jus? tice more than himself; and the sensible poriion <>t' con peo ple acquit him of all utirirth onus conduct tn the matter. Very respectfully, yours, &c. i>. it. j a:\vEi.i., SIGN PAINTER. SCRIP HAM) SIGNS : XL?TTLI> IN Tili: Nl ATEST MANNER. i't JoH.v-stkxet, setwkeis Hold amo peasl. jylS Im V 1 N C V. N I L . [JILL'S FIRST PREMIUM n T i. Et E O ?' V I* tr. V <> V Tt 3? it V , _No i'Js Fulton-st,(fourth ?i >rv> New-York. jeiptf Ii. w, ru \ \ tit. .iiTb. No 9 HuWlK? SI KEET, Office eoasultations fron 7 to in A. M. and l to 3 P. M. jy!7 im J A .U Sr. ? It . W W A I .> . I' K I IS T E K , 16 JOHN-ST.?THIRD STORY. je23 tr UMJEAJP s-tsK (DAUM. ROB INSON, or.xi.Kn. in Housekeeping Hani ware nnd 4'ntlery, ? ? Buitiry, biticcen Sprtng end t?rmet-struts. jc3-tf s. v. i7ka%iinw7~ ATTollNET AT LAW?COMMISSIONER or DEtDS. No. 27 Beekman-st jeS-iirn SUPERIOR WHITE LEAD. For salo ut the Office of THK KKOOKI.Vri WHITE t.EAD< O.MP.\l>Y. No. Hill Fko.nt-.-t., N. V.. mill No. tf? Fkunt-sT., BkoOKLVN, L. 1. mSS N. It. Wime Lead, Oils. Colour-, ic, for sale as above. It i'llO i'0<;kai'tlls, I.IKs.NEsV'Sfc;*, My lie' Daguerreotype i'roress. .11. D. Van l.onn, saccetseor So a. H. Wolcott, Upper Story oi Granite Cuildino, Corner of Broadway and Chsmbers-st, (entrance in Chambers) N. Y XL? Likeuesses t.-.keu from 7 A.M. till sundown, in aiij kiin 1 of wea? ther?Clear, Cloudy, or Rainy jyffclm DDK 'II KK, I.1-:Vi\OM>K A PLATT, Attorneys, SolirHors anJ Counsellors. Office No. 61, tfi, i v?...i. ( Salem Dutches, Merchants' Exchange, ? r"-"-? oru> ? j. \. RevyoLft*, WnU-stre?t. ) ni'J7 tf (O. II. Platt. < Oi't'c.;;, TIN ANIS KIND ROOFINls. THE andersigned wetild inform bis friends and the public that be is |irc|iurcii to cover buildings with the above materials at short notice, uml on favorable terms. Reference will be given to some of the first buildings in the country for workmanship, Arc. Buildings' covered hi any purl of tbo country. (?Utters, Cornices and Leaders of the nbovu iniileriisls laude and repaired, at the Old Stand, No.SW CansJ-street W. H. SWEET. Summer ovens, that tbe subscriber will warrant to Rake or no sale Tin Ware always on hand. Also, the ?thanes Cooking Stove, the only place they can Im? bad iu the city. W. 11. SWEET. mtS ROIiliED A MS PLATKKN'BRAN!*, AFIRST KATE article of Relied and Platers Brass, i as always be found ai JAMES (1. MOFFKT, 1-1 Prince street, near Wooster, at ?ic lowest market prices. Likewise a very superior urlicle of Cooper'- Brass._ tf ROLLED GERMAIN SILVER. 1AMES G. Mi>FFETT, 1S1 Prince-street, near Wooster, would par - ticularly call the attention of Hardware Dealers and Manufacturer* to bis superior artic r of German Silver, waicb be otters for sale whole tale .nid vtr.iI. of all thicknesses, aud warrants it equal tu any. either Foreign or Domestic, for color and -oftnes-s. _rcisi-tf john warwick, (~N OLD and Silver Refiner, Assayer and Smelter, No. 13 John-street 11 ?Assaying and Multine done ai the sborte-t notice. Old Gold aud Silver nod Bookhmdrrs Rai;- bought and Hielte. ; Hilders ,-kew. iurs, wasbinrs. and old siirutTbongliL jc?"3m Vst RA 1.. MANTEL ?ND hall LAMPS, Girandoles, Candel? abra*, Japanned Tea-Trays, lSread-Ra>ketN iu sen, or separate, fine Table Cutlery, and Ebonv 01 Alabaster Clocks; for sale by BEACH Si SEXTON, ih Chatham.-;. N. It. Lamps re.brouzed aud repaired, equal to new. Extra Lamp Shadss, Slc ob hand. jW-tf GRBBIfWIfjii POTTbHV, Jtil Kighteenih-etreet, BCTWKr.n the ninth AND tenth IVENfF.J. THE sakscriber tespectfttlly informs the Public that he eontJatMs to manufacture the foUowiag articles. wIik* be oiler* for sale on reasonable terms, v 'nt: Stnno Ware. Ear thorn Ware. Portable Furnaces, Chimney Pots. Stove Tubes. Oven Tile, Green-House de? Fire Brick. Druggist and Chemical Ware. Ac. A c. Stove Linings made to acv pattern and at short notice. je^-ira WASHINGTON SMITH. AO1.0k STOKE. HOb'SE, SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTING, Imitation of Wood, Marble, etc. Paints, Oils, Glass, Brushes, etc. at whole? sale and retail S. SCHOONMAKER, No. 7 Cbathain Siiujre. corner of Fast Broadway. New-York. jel-oni sJTEBBlWs vegetable 8 a 1. VE_This OSalve, the compounding of watch has occupied ihc Proprietor several years, to bring.it to it* pieseut state of perfection, is no>? otfered to the public with the fullest confidence as to its excellent curame properties. Its truly beneficial effect* have been experienced in severe case.- of Chronic Rheumatism: for Bu>ns. Wounds of all kinds, such ns Cut.-. Braises, and the Biles of poisonous animal.-, it* applicaliuu !is> been uniformly attended with '.be most pleasing and successful results. It speedily remove* the rancor left in wounds eccasiuned by broken class, ru?t\ nails, etc. ; gives ea..e to palu in the side or back; imparts strength to auy part of the body which may tt- weakened by disease, aud. in >a..rt. prows itsslf a really healing aud aSUivaUed Salve. Whenever it ha- been called into rcu,ni?.liou, the warmest praise has been accorded to it- decided virtues. Tofhe Ladies?The Vegetable Salve will be found eminently use? ful in vsriou? complaints to which they are liable. Thai distress? ing affection, Ague iu the Breast, is completely cured by itj appli? cation. PIRECTIONs. Wash the wound once a div with Castile soap. If the wound be Very severe, renew the Plaster every day. or ouce in two da\>. Let thr Salve be spread on thick uiuslii iiueu. Ot soft leather. Prepared au i Sold h? William Stebbin*, 195 Riviagton, corner of Ridgr-.treel. Dr Chastenev, I40j Bowery, between Rroome aud Grand sts ; and Mr. Dennis, 133 Houston St. The most coasiucuig testimouids of the efficacy of this Salve caa be seen at the residence of the Proprutor. Large Box. 12j cert^?SmaJ ditto, 6} ceatt. j30 lw" 'iuris?!?? of the (.ersrnaieai. I ?is'.s Item carried u SATIKOAY Ji?KXi.^?. Jl LV 31, CHEAP AND FASHIONABLE GOODS, rpo tue i.a i>i e??? i ?,. -.lit? 1 re eived, a fen carSSofLadie ' Straw Bum els. mrriher with a cneral ttv.irtwntof Toscaa and Rutland Bonnets, S;ru? Trimming, Tuscan Braid, Baad Boxes, Artificial Flo*er-. Ptim Leal Hood Hau, Ac . Ac., all *f'ln very low for e ask, bi Ibis to suit purchaser*, to ?: ose o;r a lot preparatory to tUe Fall tr.a le. GALE v CO., Commission Merchants, jy2C2w SnO Pearl-strseU ander U. S. HoteL One i'KK k "tore.-'iei . coo.1 cheap Ciothins. wouhl <!o to call at 133} Chatham ?:r*er. wli^r? they can find rarni?nl.? at the following prices : Linen Jacket.-. C2 cent- : Linen Drill ir; rant-. ?1 2j; Cloth r?.t?. (9 to $12; Cloth Jacket*. *! to*:.; Saunet Pautr, *t 75 to W :;.. Cloth Pants;<3to?450. j. -tlm] JACOB COGSWELL. i ook at this \?P Li blue black and oolored Silk*, extra cheap; plum and figured Monsseline de Lainer; Printed Muslin.-, for Is 6d sad 2s; French, English and Amern an Print.-, at ail pn;r-. from "*j up to2s6d; Mastis Shirting ami Sbi eting, from 6d up to aii price*. Also, Linens in endless variety, together with an entire assortment of all Goods generally ktpi in respectable Dry Goods stores. For ssle nt the well . Known cheap .-tore No. 2u5 Greenwich-street. HENRY WILLIAMS A CO. N. K.?Cloth*. Cassimeres, Gambroon*. Camblets, Lama Cloths, Ac. Ac. j> IT i in jfiARPETING CHEAPER THAN EVJi-. *-<' M. VVILCOX, No. IT CaasJ-st, South side near Broadway, has ' ju.t received from auction ? i.irtjc and choice selection of Ingrain Car? peting wlurh. hemr hour hi tor c??h. can be sold at price- to -a:t the wish) - of the pun iiassr. Also a rreat variety of Rii"-. M.iis. Aiano and Table Covers, Floor Cloths, *c. Ac. with various other articles I connected with the business, all of which will hr sold a.-cheap (or cheaper' than can be purchased at any other Store in the City. jvlP 1m p. be at bargains in Drj Go it HOPPER, MORSE vJ ,v C< .'? New Establishment^ 819 Greenwich-st., cor. ?f Barclay. The *ub-cr:l>er? have jn?t received L.rtrc lots ?f Goods, well selected for city and country trade. N. II.?Couatry Merchants are invited to call and ex itnine our ex tensive assortment of Good-. jc35 if HOPPER. MORSE A Co 21!' Gr.iwirh-sL ai.H5KI) smith j Merchant tailor. 136 FULTON-STREET, hs? on baad a well -elected assortment of i"loth*. Cassimeres and . VestingS. ?uited to the *e*-oii, which he oners to otsike up H>r Ihr | pu'.iiir generally in (be very !ic?t manner, at extremely low prices fi i Cn?ii on delivery. s2ri lv john staats, M E ? C // A .Y T T A 11. O R , AND Clothier. No. f>2 Bowery, tliree doors above Hester-street, New-York. Constantly on band, a handsome assortment oi Cl?ih-, Cassimeres, ami Vestings, which will l>e made in the (>? ?t style ! al the ?hortest notice, and on the most reu-onablr term-. jel." tf hatter**' pi.c-ii- ' on hand, itt>rfr. mrlu loir prices tor c ish. II it M anufaeturers are partienbirly inrued to call and examine it, ?t 159 Pearl street, up stairs. SILAS DAVENPORT, > Im*_Agent I SPRING VA.tHM.ltHS.?BROWN At CD Sonequal ity and one price Hat Store. IT- Chatham *quar?. corner ? Mott-si The latest fashion Hau tor the low fixed price of** 1 surpassing in beaut) and style of finish miy ever sold befon for slit- -..in* price, la presenting these Hats to the public, th, proprietors think they hue ren-hcd the ultiuiai .m of beauty, dura ' bility,cheapxesa and comfort ts the wearer. All sales are for cash . winch precludes the necessity of charginr a rood enstomv IW losser incurred hv the bed. mSV-dtn* ^?a, CUfrcAP for cash?HATS ol in excellent qua JS3? lit.v ?t the extrem, iy low price ofTwa Dollars an i Ffty Cents Call and judge tor yourself if the full value of "our mi.y ma) aoi tu? obtained by purchasing the same ni No. T9j Bowery. Men's, Youth's and children'.* Cloth and Velvet Cap, of 'he latest fashions. [j-12::u-]_ GT.O. W. MYERS. sjsw spring fashion.?Cheap Cash Store, No. IS ! JVChatham-st, opposite It.velt-sU) WILLIAM BROWN'S **?* Fashionable Hat and Cap Store. A large and splendid as-ort netui of Cloth ami Velvet Caps, of every style and des riptiot ; now in u?e ; sl.n the mo?l exlen-ive a?sortuient of Summier Hals evei axhibiled in any Store, ail of which will he *oid at w holesale and re tail, at the lowe.-t prices. uoSf-Tni* " c o n a n t ?? " FASHIONABLE HAT ESTABLISHMENT, No. 2.-IJ Gruud- street, New-York. is20 3m* " "tlFl,i,iner V.?Mrs7 lLVMII.TtJN." i ti' Pearl-streat si--.tr William?trect,; coniivne- to make, clean and niter La? dies' Hals in the mo*t fasbmnsble styl? ; al?o. Ladies Cap- ele- , saiiilt made and trimmed. mi?-nm. j Jboots: roots*: an? siToesTT OLD BOSS RICHARDS (as usual) has gone all h ngths (cash in hnud) and has procured a I the different kind-, choicest, most elegant, tip lop fashionable und darable P>oats and Shoes so low that he can bid it- fiance to all competition. Please call at No i "-XM and 240 Canal-Street, or at 5oy Green? ich, corner of Spring street and 1T4 Chatham?quare, hiic t>r -iii:*li-d that tin- i- no pntT. j-: 1 m* No. 114 B?tVEKV is decidedly the best establish ; mem in New-York to ?ex bargains in the Hoot mid Shoe line ; , von hive only to call to be convinced. Ladie-', Gentlemen'-, Mi?*es, Boys' and Cbildrens' Boots, Bases and Gaiters, in.all j their variety, of my own manufacture and warranted first nie, st pi ice? to salt the unie?. Likewise s larcc assortment of good country ?ork, whah will be -old very cht ip. jyta _ WILLIAM AGATE, 11! Hoo-cry. Lane's french sho ?.*?.?Having perused an ad l vertisement in iiie New-York Tribune, of June it, over the Sig? natars of J. It. Miller, and finding therein our name, used for the pur 1 pose of selling shoes if a far inferior ipmlitr to those which we sup? plied theladi.f New-York with, we t ike this method to inform them that o?r names are us^d without our perm:.?ion. -olely to palm otr their -lines upon the patrons of the old -thud. Lane's, 1 Murray street; and there isalsoa gross mbstateiaem made in the putl allu? ded to. that Mr. Allen conducted our business for year* ; years, of a truth, but three was he in onr employment, and then nierc;y to block out the upper-, and to attend the journeymen, for it i- a well-known fact that saving J urine the ilne-s of Mr. Lane, he never trimmed a lady's shoe nor cut a pair of ladies' palter boots, for a sutlicient rea? son, th it he wa- not competent to do it. or al least we did not ? . con? sider him. Ladies will find a supply of the article they were formally supplied with, at the old stund. No. 1 Mnrray-sireet. jvi-2w- THOMAS LtNE A S(>\. T\RA INS parent i t a i. i a n \v i n i> o iv shapes?1000 pa n trai ip went Window Siade? for sale by OLIVER W. WOODFORD, 66 Catberine-street, at ike low price ?2,00 per pair. Families residing in the city or country, can purchase a handsome pair of Window Shades at a remarhaby low price. E'.Merchants and Upholsterers supplied by the ease or dozen. N. U.?A lew pairs of Italian Landscape-, from $10,00 to ?2-.0A per pair._j' 12:1m aUlJLIiS.?The subscriber respectfully begs le.,t.- inform his friends und tue public that lie has on baud, und is coustanlly re ccivinc. laree invoice-of li-.nils, which he offer- fur -ale at reduced price-, wholesale and retail. Country nierch-nt.? would do well to call, before purchann; elsewhere, at _ je22 tf^_ " A. McKEACHINE'S, 255 Pearl-su IMPROVED apparati'J? VVi?o Shades. LaWSOn'l Patent Balance Pnllag?The public are respectfully in? vited to call and examine this article, it having n.sn v valuable pr>> perties beyond any Iking for the same pun ose yet < fiered. M. vv. KING. Patent Chair Maker, jy9( 4Tt Broadway, Arenl for ibis improvement. I>avii. ion fountain, Saratoga Springs.?TbU cele- j brate.! Mineral Water, constant y cn hard, fre.*h from '.he Springs, for sale, wholesale and r?uil, by the Agents, GASSNER * YOUNG, 132 Cbstham-st N. B.?Sent to any pin of the City fr-* oi expei -e. jyl? lm* OPERATIONS ON THE TEETH, seymour AVHITI.nV; a- lenus pratt, Dentist?. OEYMOl'R WHITING would respectfully inform his friends and ? the public that he still continue- at hi* old stand. No.63East Broadwnv: and, baviag a-*-ocialed himself in partaer-hip with Dr. LINUS PRA IT. tbey arc ready to atteu 1 to all who need their pro fessiooa] services. The public may be a-sured that all operatious ic lh?ir proJassion will be performed on the mte-i approved plan. Arti? ficial l'eeth. from on- to a fall set. inserted in the most scientific man? ner, and on as favorthle term* as at any other office. Wnole ?et? in -erted on the old alinos'iberic. or the new approved pateat atmo-pneric pl.ua, waich obtained the premium al the iair of Ike American Iu*ti tute last year, and as well si can be do?e in tins city. Te. th plugged * ith cold, tin foil, or cement, as circumstances may require. Nerve* of Teeth destroyed ?irbnat pan:, and m most cases the Tooth eflectually preserved by filling. An infallible cure for tne Toothache. N. B. Messrs. WHITING* PRATT will iu?truet one or twoyounr men in the art of Dentistry, on reasonable term*. REFERENCES. His Honor Chancellor Walworth.jProf. Wm. TuHy, M. D. M. L. N.-rth. M. D.. Sara. Spnr.c Rev. Nathaniel Prs:*, Geor-ia, Wm. W. Miner. M. D. ) v v Samuel C Ellis. M. D. Jared l.msler. M. D. ) 1 orK 1 Rev. Henrr G. Ludlow. Prof. Bcnj. Sillnnao. IL D. LL. I). Wm. N Rlakemaa. M. D. Prof. Jonathan Knirht. M. D. Joha Miller. JL D. Prof. Ivhurlet IJ. Shepard. M. O. iSf-phen Brown. Sf. D. i?.S-3m IRON. LEAD. 1 f GOLD. >ILYER, Granite.Coals; > Vtrrus. X Dumosio, Peaxlj; Thuir? useful. ) ( M*r- rep'reaeni ,tive? of value. chap.uan's magic razor strop, THE INOtsPCSSABLE, To all who care for ease sod smooth Shaving. Ptrnt. Those of rav finish at '$3 BO' e*c"i, with little else to recommend them. Retail prices of ih? MAGIC STROP from 50 cents to SI 50 each.? The (?erforming part of the T5 cents Strop warranted swERtoaTo a.it OTaea in use, or the money returned. Sold wholesale and retail at 102 William su je2?3m Ii- ?: ash t-ot?ia;,' oswrc."? Hai u ?. i. . . .... Inquire ax lib" Bowery. Rent. low. jy!53w? ! ^ TO LET. rjB Th rhird f. N 29 inn-sneer. It . ..'.>-.. IVrnuiig ciSre. or *n.? , lieht business, ?eine light? . .... Reut $130. Apply 10 v.-.' t: :i. grfel.-.y. -r.;. w;v.-h;:st>:k. au:i-?*._ . aus-1- :* t : u t it. T.re splendid Basen . ... Mercii u??* Exchange, corner of Wafl and Pnnover ? ? ?. Ypply :?? Mr. Pearson ' iffi if the Company, corner Hanover ami Exchange Place, or t< ? - t? J. WINCHESTER, .?uu-sireet. I IH >TKV KSMtS?kSIcTE^Beautifultj .itu.it d ' SJJjH .11 Rah? ly, New J - i-..i'j ii ... K.u.road pus.-ing . mm ? rhi -.? !? ??. re of grooad, on "which x%':anew two'story ?well House, a large sliop. j calculated for a cabinet ur coicb-maktuvand barn. Cheap for cask i or exchanged (or propertj .:? ??' - i" ?- . : <n eiven immedi* ' atriy. Apply to WOODW'ARD A: CONNER: jy23 ltr* -dul Gn-eiin ich-stre?'t. r???"'!*.% S.K O? TO I. FT STi r- & a rood business location. Ap| > to Mr IIALXOCK, corner ofSollivan | hi;: S-aricg-slrccts. jySOSw <Jg& FOIS *ii . ? - Live City Proper ? ? v ! irm of limit wgtoa Townahip, L U, 3 miles iron) No - imboatplies to anc from 5few-Yi .k :-. ice week ? bu good ??t?r, Ac. Ac. For fall portiehlars inquire if >'.. *.\ V. OOD. SI Rivtalnoa-*traet; T> 3yt COWAN rcspeetfully informs the La _ of New-Y'orh ..:. its vicinity, that she contianei ^ I I u? Harp I sno F irte, Gattar, anii ! ; Singing, u her residence. No. ~- Duaile-strect, a few door, on th? east sid< ol Bi uses oi these La?ice ab? prefer rei eivins instruction m home. Harps au.l l'i.ii'i Fo.-to- !?? i.i.i ..?u hire. Al-o, a spl-ndid Harp made nj Era London, for-a!--. mil if SMITH'S CL?OCK KSTABLISHMENT. Corner of the Boaven rand 3-i?i?on-?t i LOCKS of every desi o it my quantities, good tr.s. /< Clock- made to order for Steeple.. Bmks. Jfcc. Also, wheels ind f b mi i r. Small watches and mode's putciiiee.. Entrance:?}. Bowerv. R. SMITH. I Formerly Ssiiith A Brother/) M.Ul KJ. ' ?f. it 1.1? .'>?? r. sVatcn Male*. Merchants' Exchange, ?urnor ol Wail and William streets" fZ-Jlh having farm 1 rithS. HAMMOND, ti*'. -*fr- epati ngfine Watch? es. The mostcoi ilicatcd parts of Duplex A. C hronometer Watches put in equal to the orig Mr. Hammond . ... . ... ? --meats to the Trace. fur their kinducss and patronage since In ins in .New York, and w II always give their work nuking Duplex work, bat will oet be able to make r. > ist the retail price. Duplex. Independent Sei Wat hes of -piendid put tern< for sale, warraulcd perfect ? i the tenney returned. Jevteby ?i:e; Silver W .rr as uauaL s'.T ly BEN IHCT * HAMMOND. ...., s.tsi.ls bbSMILVER ?'- s ? ? it t.?s, iMsiiiou?. y?}$. hi- Jew< irv. Silver -i. Butter K atves, rviitar Tongs,Ac. plated Cake Baskets, Cnndl -. rnun'ers aid Trays, Ca? ?iCri^fftt.r.. a Britauni i ? Pots - <, Teu Setts, Ac sad Fancy Gocsls generally, iV ale by BI ICH .-. .-f..\'i'ON. ni'i!'t'f N. U.:Wniches an.1 .!? ? .. r<v.?'. 114 Cliatnam-st aoo t J.<>< Si -s ; CsaOCKM !!?The undersigned his taken tlie aseticj forthi - i '. ROME'S BRASS ''LOCKS, it their Clock Wa ei ioasi'No.9!M Broadwsy, a Urre be *dl sell their Par km Eight Da) and rbiru 11? i r tir..- i locks, of a variety of pati ?-. ... tl.teett whi le.?io racn rv price... Merchants auu dealers in Cloeks would Jo well to call ?i?l examine their stock before purcha .... .\?--. in assortment of W^ood Ci.e-k.. Cheap .?w t"?j.-. ReetiU ? < the n .uii.er, J'1! Broadway, ui> ,lair-. ISAAC O. UINSDALfc \. It.?Particular allenlioi .i; th< >?' ail trade. Everydescrrp tir>n of Cbscks retwired arid wareante?L tn* f & It AN 111 a4 Ir.U'i . ? ? Hi l'.'-li in-taul, JM ? SEPH W. BRO-v'N. an indeuteil spprentice to the coopeiing ues, '':"" c *? P"r'oc- are forhiil I. irbnr ng or trusting him on J _iro. account. Um cut Reward hi I no i liases will lie paid lo un. one .who will return the said J W. Brown to New.Ybrk. JalyS9. IS4l. 3t? DANIEL KEYS. THE ::.uiiii: kjohi.m; moik. Till- uew|i invented Cooking Stove, > /^-'rX ai!i.;. I totheusi uf ? rial or Wood is far ?i^-^CT^jAX superior toanj otbernow in tue. The oven, JSj/*!'-''rfiiir&^ffli$& * '?" "at of any other Stove " \'-rr-^K^. the . .in-- .i.*..', i- protected in part by a ? ?sgytyrsf _^'.'*? i ' . ;.?? which prevents it from <.-S.^^3e ! .. .- in., much i? licit, and serves als?. to prole, i ?!;,. :! ,.. fr-eii becoming rilled with coal or other obstructions to tae draft. It also baa a patent d.mper in for the purpose of conveying ? (T the ? ?; b- arts'ng from cookiii;;, and also the ilnsi an iu^r fruin II.? coal 1 he back hollers, whica in other Stoves are rendered ru-.-b... bv tie ir r. muteness from the i.laz ?. are so situated as to ri eeive the same benefit from the fire as tin so in front Another very important recommeudatioa to th* Eagle Cooking Stove is that it rcq :;r. s !? ?. fu-l t'ian any other pat? ent no* in us-, i'ue public are r ,> i tfnby invited lo call and ex? amine for themselves, v. THOMAS FRAZIER'S So. 20r. Water-street, Where may be found a variety oi the most superior patterns of Hall, Parlor, and nt<*er Stores. " jy284ni BY SPECIAlTTl'lVv! VT M E S i . .1 4> 8 E I* U G t 1. i. <> T T , PEN MAN?FACT?REB TO THE QUEEN. (?ACTION.?The high eh.irneter of lliess Pens has induced the * attempt, on the part of several disreputable makers, topractice a fraud, not only upon fir. Gillott, hut also upon the public. An in? ferior nrtic!? bearing the misspelled name, thus. Oillot. omitting the linal r, is now in the market It can readjiy i.e deteetad by its un fi:iish.-.| appearance, and the v. ry common siyle in ?hieb it is put up. Ubifrct. the genuine Pen ?re all marked in full??? JosephGillott'a Patent." ?.r, u Joseph Gillott, warranted," tad :Uai each gross bears a facsimile of ?? . his signature / / thus: it be had, wholesale, i:' HENRY J;.-.-i:l' 7! John-st.. cur. of Gold. SCOTT'S BAZAAR, No. :i? Dbv-strcet, Rtttrrtn Grtenieicli-ttrcet and BroadKmf, \ x * Celebrated for its p ir-, sparkling and brilliant IdftSrM ALES ind i ? REFRESHMENTS SB generally. jv'-J if lit STONlN?TOrV. LSAIfaV. HARNDEN a CO'S. Amert 7 ," -''''"Sei t~ 1 *?" : .? 1. XT' f.*----^ s.'tr!-L- -L l.eti. r, aad (jeueral Forwarding , .^, -f^, ? i|fas of all kinds, sample goods, specie, sou .... ?-. a II be received aud forwardes by Express, to and from the following places.: Fr.iin !'..??:.in to Liverpool, I mdon, Manchester, Birmingham,aed Leeds. Keg.: Dublin ami Cork. Ireland; Glasgow ami G res nock, Scotland; Paris and Havre, France; and from Boston to Providence, New-York Philadelphia, an-.l from Troy and Albany, having recently mail-- arranc- ments a:th I le Ps - L ae u lb t effect. HARNDEN at CO. wilratti d t.Meeting or paying Drafts. Notes; Bills, or acceptances ind the purchasing of good* of every de tcriplion,;or iransienc bnrines* of any kind, * iucli they undertake promptly. Le Iter Rags will be kept at tfa . Boston, N-.-w-York. Philadelphia and Albany office*, f?r Cunard's Royal Mail Line ofsteanwhips: also, for ! i- steam r Gr. -.t Wi ??- -n, and the sailing pickets trom New York. TAKE NOTICE?Packages sent to either office, for England, or j any other place, mu-t not, m anv - use, coo tain letters. S". B.?All eaodi mu-r be mVrki : HARNDEN * Co.. who are alone'responsible Tor the'loss'or injury of any article, or property Committed u> their care; nor is anv risk assumed by. nor can any be atta- bed r. tbi B. Si P and S. !t , . er the N. J. S earn Naviga? tion Ce^ on whose roads, or in whose steamers, 'heir crates are oi may be transported, in resnect to tlicoi c their contents at any time Ktftn; -..' ? Messrs. Fletcher; Alexander ? Co., Liverpool ?nd London; W< les a Co.. Bankers, P* ;-. r.-a::ce; Thus. B. Cnrtis, Esq. Ro.tou; Good hue a Co , >? -I irk . Cariey A Hart, Phdadel phia: and Thes. W. Olentt. E-|. Albany. OrncEs?No. 22? River-:.-..:. I 'n i : 12 E.vc'nange. Albany; 42 South Third-streat, Phiiadelvbia; IS Cburchistraet, Liverpool; t Court-street. Bo?trn: n Baibi-ig? ProvMenee. WJL \\ Y M AN, Agi n , V . J t\ all-street, Naw-York. jy29tf HARNDEN A CO FOR LONDON st turuat?The packet ^StJjj. >n tar i. W. K-B is above, her re ^?"*gu;..r .;-y For fir ? .- ? .. . .-. -r accommo? dations, spply ou boa-.: foot i f.M u lane, or to j7I2 GR1NNELL, MINT1 RN A CO. 78 Soath-.t. foGLDKiOM ?-. !'..-.i>n bsrfc wf^aODEf-SA, Vaugl ... .... ,,:r car ^KM3^~_ r g rd at pier 13, foot uf Jones' lane. E R-. wj|| positively sail on the 1st August. For baian-e of frngbt, or pa?si--, having excellent cabia aad steeraee accomnioc'nti or. aoplv to FERs.sE a BROOKS, til LRerty-sL, or to jySS_ GEO GRE-HA.M. 65j Wslbst. Ag* FOR LIYERPORL.?Packetof7thAuganc?Thc jg&paeket-?>hrp ... Aye,mn?ter, will sari as tbove, her For freight <?r passage, having superior accommodation*, apply on board, foot of Maid.-r. laue, or 10 jjl? GRLNNELL. MINTL KN A CO.. 7r 5?. nth- r. 0 F F t C E l\ 0. 3 ? A tN N - > T \ t* t,, i. 1*0. steamboat line I G Off For llbanv. frort;thefoot< ?"' "Hie TROT.This..Frid?j Mot ai " The A!.HAW. Saturt ry Morning at The TROY.MtuHaj Mor ?: ? ??<????? * From the tool oi l orUaadI-?ti The 9\VALX0W....ThM.Friday Aiti ? people's OTP - t e '- i _*?, vor albany... passage $1. The new and romiaodious rteanabwal UTlCA, CancA. It. Sehn u. 'cv- :.- -caiaboat Pie* he tweea umtlandt and Liberty street T - tFTERXOON.Jalv St. " loch For fretjht or passage sp| .v .>n board r to P. C SCHCLTZ. at tue office on the wharf. kvlm.m; m>e of steamboats. for albany.fare $l The new and commodious steamboat NORTH AMERICA. Cspt Trusdall, leaves the pier between Coarttaadt aad Lies? > rest -tr?'t- everv Monday, Wednesday asd Friday, ni 7 o'ciocL. The ROCHESTER, Capt. A P. St John, l< . ? the every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 7 oV For passage or freight, sppl) to P. C. SCHULTZ, at the cilice m ... a, ?r=*a Sa, steamboat ?IA.U?nIT y.^^S-=a leavestfc aaaraBcssaras. N , , , day, Thursday and Saturday, and returns fram Albahyrotj Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at the same hour. Sh-? gooi timSiga with? out landing, nuking her passage, refill ,rly u: - *i twelve boars?always in lime for the Western II ? I ne pro. prietorsirun her for comfort rather than speed, i ioiscoi jar on board of her: the engine, being herizom il, isbi em and moves very s u 11. and iswitbeat any anpleassal sa IL Sh Isrge cabins and two saloons below deck; a ladi .. . loons for gendemen on the main deck, and ninotoen stats rooms on the upper deck, with a hall in feel wide and 100 fi uadinr between them. This ball is well sheltered lighn miventi late.l. und opens by- double doors on the ,',>r?-n! and sti ? ? cks, affording a walk the whole length of the boat I 'ho sal rooms bave each a bell leading toa' ball where sen -taut attendance. The state rooms are* by II feet, and has- !? ible when required., have two additional standing bertbs<iu< Aoart of these rooms connect by folding Joors, mahina i spa parlor, where families and parties can have i ra, so ? roe bre atanybodrol the(passage. A chamber ami i ? lit* oi ihn I ... loon, and another on the state rooms. Passengers ar. up t>y a bei! on n?chine the wharf,' but rise at their 01 a leb il noise on leek hems trottiy prn'obiled. T!ie Diamond Is a very -tirT boat, and does not roll or areen in rough wate'ror high winds. She i? 27'- i long, draws ?atei ?nly.andcan pass the Overslaugh and all the tide. fjv5 Im; A. FLOW!"?. O FOB ?slIKFtVwBi'if Y -Si ih? KOR LONG URtM'il. QC AN Hol f?E, KI MIDDLE TOWN, AT BROWN'S DOCK ?> H ' n r*ws?s? :t ;'.teauiboat OSIRIS, I ipi tr ;r?s i las.?s?leave Fu Wbdnesday, Thursday, Friday, and Sunday, aid < Saturday. si IS o'clock, coon. Retueninr, leave Red Baak at halfjiest 1 o'clock, eve . 1 i Cept Mo,.,My i at 10 o'clock. A. 31 . srdSaturday, it I P, >:. The bo i. "sill run a- abuvn uu'il f.irt'j.r notice, weather permitting. N. Re?All freight and baggnge at th owner- there, f. ZT~?^* sx fob C?ST 'Ii vi R, V,7.Tp 1 'i' SEA Staieu Island, en UOX 11 i ,aafl?*?,B*?o'clock, P. M^ md ?teainboal RARITaN Capt. Fisher, will leavo i K.trc'ay-street. on Monday. Auiiiist 2d. and wiD land aad rcceivo passengers daring tint week u,r tin Camp Meeting, at Owl.S I Fare each w .v, 12* cents. 'J'lie Itaruaii ieav. . New-Yark ai :i 1". M.. Ne??-Brnu?wich i ball past 7, A. .M? abd will Inni mid receive Passengers either ? a> . lo and from the adjoining I mittag?, dun ^ the week, al Chi l?sa Pare to nni from Bach place, 12} cents. P. S.?the Rantan will leave Chelsea ?t balf-p -t 9, A. M . f.., New York J>20 4t '? |x-'j "7* gkand anw NOVEL ... - ? > 5g si on to the i """"'"rii'pl I' !? -?' , . it 61 low pressure steamboat SUPERIOR, Captein L GouM ? oi Tues d iy mornia ? u> at, Aurusi 3d, leave lbs pier fChamhers -t al a i to "3 o'clock, foot of Hsinmoud-sl si 9, foot of Ms k< t->< st i lo 9, Cstherine-st. Ferry, Bro. kl) n at o'clock, pr.cisi l> on hi r regl ! >r excursion to the Fisbins Bsnhs, off Sandy HooK u Fort Hamilton each way, jeturning lo the City at an ear} b< i the excursion, 50 cents. Dinner and refreshment* of the Oral i i furnishedoa board, extra. Hoffaan'a celebrated band ? enirrped, und w ill amuse the company during the eacm. Unit furnirbed gratia That celebrated old Hsbermaa Capi Pet ? know lecge of the different fishing prouip's cannot lie doubted, n sti acei io pauy the boat with his harpoon and oilier implen.tsiori porpoise, Ac. Capt flouid pledges himself thai .ry mean> ibnil bo uwd to make ill s trip one of h-iiltn. pleio 111 ml cui.no: i 1 who m*) honor him with i heir company. I & GBANB EXCt7R!sIO> -.?-j|i CntlAE, GLhS COVe; iND PEA 0< 5 'POINT. On Sunday Mono.- A.i 1st, the weather prove favorable) giving tho passengers an opi ramsiniog a sulBcieni time iu each place t, rien the Long Ulaml Sound an I lienntiful surrounding nun try. The commodious steamboat SUPERIOR, Captain J. Gould, will , leave oh Sunday Morning the pier fool of. <"1 i.-.u.Ij?? r--?:. al [o'clock; foot of Hammond-si k i? 9 ? foot of Spring si i ?o'clock Pier No. I Battery, i past !?; fool of Market -t ? p -t I ? . I Perry, Brooklvn". ft>IO; und foot of Riviugsloil -: al tO o.'clock, precisely. Reluimig. will leave Peane k l'< -rl at ??' r. M. ? Glen Cove, ? past 3; New.Rochelle, at 4 o'clock, and a rive il I City ut about ii o'clock, P. M. Fare each way 25 cents. Refreshments of the fir*t quality fur ei-lie I on board, extra. The SUPERIOR will make her u.-u.il Excursion to the Fishing Baaks on Tuesday Morning next. t. poivh.i, a < 0"i. z.i\. . h, rrcwa ?v FOR NEWBURGH, LANDING I 1 ILD t...gwJ. WELL'S, WEST POIN'J ?2E?sca?a*-*Tlir steamboat HIGHLaNDEII i Wardrep. will leave the foot of Warren-street, Xi >^.r;., i Monday, Thnrsdav, nnd Saturday afternoon, at i o\ h i k. Keiurn nit, the HIGHLANDER srill leave N< vburgh i ? Hon? da} morning al 5 o'clock, and 'l'aesday and Friday afternoon it 5 o'clock. For freight or passage, apply lo the Captain on N. B.?All baggage, and freight of every description, md bills, or speeie,' put an board tins boat, mint be at the risk of tho owners thereof, unless a bill of lading or rcc.-ipi is igned toi the same. jy?9 LOUK AT THIS! SUMMER AKUA.V ; . ?ntivs mieap EXCfJRSIAN. ^-T^l^nS l'"r KOCKAWA1 i d Ni ? w P?*?aC?zens' n?w |me of Stages, between .?a tk and Rockaway Pavilion, on and after Thursday, Jul> I 1511: During the summer season, the Citizen's LineofPost' n swill , leave New-York every duy (Sunday.- excepted it I o'cli . i . ! stopping at the Broadway Hou-e at a uuarter p i-t :t..' .k. f House. tVashinfton Hall, American. Astor, i t. Hi Franklin, York House, Globe Hole!, an 1 South Ferrj o'clock, and arrive- at Roekaway at Ii P. M. Leaves the Pavilion al Rockaway every moruim: at s o'clock, and arrive at >e -. >? '- ,? i i A. M. Families . ailed for at suy part of the city. Passengers can take their seats at w. fork, a..,! not I to get out until they arrive at their journey's end 'Orders I ? u 11 Bowery and No 5 Cortland-at, York House. This L ue I . . relav of horses, and -pleudid Post Co* bi s. Fan y',. }j9 !m _M. L. RAY, General Agent. fvj.M.j-o.:< i 71 SUMMER AHR VNGE.MEN I On and after Tuesday the Uta May, 1841, the car- will ru,. at follows: Lesse HicksvUIe at 7 o'clock. A. M.. am! 21 "'? i ek !' M. Leave Hampstead al loinutes b.:fore ". o'clock, A. and 1 min Utes past - o'clock, P. M. Leave Jamaica at T? o'clock, A. M. and 3 P. M. Lcuve Brooklyn at !>j </cl<,ck. A. M. and -H o'clock P M SUNDAY TRAINS. Leave Jamaica at ri o'clock. A M. and .'? P. M Leave Brooklyn at 'J? o'clock, A. M. ami b"j P. .\L Leave Hicltsville at 4i o'clock, P. M. Leave Hempstead at 10 minutes past 4 o'clock P. M. Hy ihe above arrattgement passengers i king in morn have time to visit Rockaway, and the ?.-/er,i vill gei ? route, and return the same evening, ?tage* run regular, the cars, to Rock iwuy, Hempstead Harbor. Gleo r ... oyster Bav. Huntington. Babylon, Smitktown, l-i p. Li? S si dicket Hotel, and throuch the Island to Greenport and .-. j tar - Fare to Bedford 12} cents: to East New- York 1?J ce Jamai ea 25 cent-; to Hrushsille 37 cents : to Westbur , Cs -to PI* Hempstead Sri ce.t?; to Hieksville 82A cents. \uerican tbanipoim'atjo.n co.ufa N*??Canal and Lake Transportation?Merchandize, Pa . gers, Ac. forwarded witn care am.' ! 'au h. Foi freis <,-. pas <-'? apply to H. NIL ES A Co., 50 Qu-iv-st Albany. i H. WRIGHT At Co.. Rochester. Proprietors. J. P. WOLF Jc P. J. KNAUF, 99 Wask-st. NY S And to....P GR AX DIN. 104 Broad-et. N. Y. 1 C. P. KELLOGG, P. L. PARSOXS Si Co^ Buffalo. | A?ent' _ H. WELLS. S Caan ?t.. Bws-on. I jy! 4ss fob ?;i.a?s<;s>u . . \ 4S&ODESSA, Vaushai master, na3 tn gaged, and will bave ?juiek d-pate-i. F or passare, apply to PEtlSSE -'s. BROOKS, I! '? 'r:K','1' Or to GEO. GEKSHAM, ?} Wall-st. '