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PIZSCE ONE CENT. jSt IKW-TOM TRIBBNF, t the Proceeding* of Congrfm nnd other b* the Nontheru iTInil one dny in ad vaiiee of nur other Penny Paper, ? ,,Bb|iib?</ every morning, at No. 30 Ann-street, New-York, '.d delivered to City Subscribers for ONE CENT pet copy. >lail SuhseriiVrs, ?< Ver *nnBB1 ? advance: otherwise $j. TIKMf Of ADVERTISING-FOn EACH ADVERTISEMENT OF . fa line* or Is" (over sm), first insertion. SO Ct*. pleach subsequent insertion. ?3 " lllorHix insertions, or one week,.91 SO '^SorTwenty-flr* insertions, or one month.$3 OO Langer AdverliMimenl* at oqually favorable rates. jjtltc lines, half the above rates; Tvro lines, ono-fourth of r?f rates?payable iH all cases in advance. T H E T jt I B U N E , Jsff-YORK, SATI RDAY MORNING, AUGUST 7. err? Victoria a.m> Albert.?Stacy G. Putts, Esq. formerly }Jitor of the Trenton Emporium, ami w<-ll known us an in ?..j?ent and racy writer, is now traveling in Europe fur tin .?fit of health. We observe in the Emporium a series .: kifhly interesting ' Familiar Letters from Abroad' from ...i pen, in one of which we find the following notice of the .-wr.al appearance of Queen Victoria an?! Prince Albert: ?"But what of the Queen?' you will say; 'ntnl how does ,<look?'?so natural is curiosity about one so young, and ! i, accidental heir to such a fortune. A lady too! Well, I *S firat tell you how she does nnl look. She; does not look ;,?anyonc ol the thousand portraiui I have seen of her. [aiaters may rail them resemblances, but they an- not like t Solly's in a fine picture, but too magnificent. The Lon> | o artists have made numberless attempts : the window- are q of prints, the studios of hast?, and the museums nnd ba ,:irj of wax fisures; hut if any are curious enough to know | sbe does look, they must come to London, as I have . ,r.c, nnd take n (rood loni* look at her. She was tWCnty o last May, but she dews not appear so old. She i? u little, licate, fair-faced girl, with very Light blue eyes, and glossy ht hair, smoothly dressed off her forehead. Her teeth do ?t show as in her portraits, though 1 suppose they do a lit t when hor face is at rest. 1 should call her rather pretty ; HMO is a derided expression of penile, innocent, girlish rsreetaesi in her countenance?jusi such a face as one who o?k* on it may well remember for a day, and pray that it .,ay never be clouded with ihe cares and .splendid misery ?f i nation such us hers. I do not know that hers is a crown ..Ilhorns; but I thought, and perhaps she thought, as .she luked quickly and anxiously about her on the crowd, of the und and wicked attempt, not long since made near that very ?|iot, to assassinate her und her husband, by a boy of eighteen. ? "Prince Albert is deciderll? n handsome yonng man; und rjgogh be wears the abominable mustachios which almost totalize the faces of three-fourths of the fashionables here, st'appcara to be a modest, unassuming, quiet, family kind of lpersonage. He keeps himself entirely clear of the pnli ic?of the day, nnd is never spoken of by any one except us ba Qtwen's husband." Thk Horrors of thk Slave Trade.?The British brii: ,f?-ar Fawn recently arrived at Borbice, having in charge a ISxtnguese built brig, which hud been captured as a shiver, ?ierarhasc of oight hi.uis. The log-book of the lawn ::mishes the following details : tjnthe 19th of February, 1841, lat. 02 30, lorn;. 40 Wesl Cacupos, on the Coast of Brazil, about 18 miles, observed a irgc brig standing in for the land, ultered our couise so n?, orut her off if possible. On npprouching she appeared not :i have the least idea of our boing a man of war?allowed rer^ to close within range of our 32 pounder; tired a gun I mrher, and another as quick as possible ahead?she then ip with her holm, attempted to run, but appeared in great confusion. We continued to throw the shot over, ahead, and astern of her, without intention of striking, as we were positive of dues being on board, after a short time she was increasing :, Mr distance; Lieut. Footo then determined to put a shot ? .ato her hull, but with great regret, on account of the unfor - :i:ate beings on bonrd. Shots were then thrown close under ersten) twice?a third wus about to be tired, when we ob r.od ber round to. In about twenty minutes we came up jttil boiuded her. The slaves were all below with the hatch Kfpa; on turning them up. a scene presented itself, enough ? cken the heart even of a Portuguese. Tfii! living, the dying and thu dead, huddled together in tee mass. Some unfortunates in the most disgusting state of small pox, in the confluent state, covered from bead i" bot, distressingly ill with opthalmia, a few perfectly blind ; Wrer*, livinsr skeletons, with difficulty crawled from below, ?table, in bear the weight of their miserable bodies. Mot li? sts with youn<; infants hanging ai their breasts, unable to (in them a drop of nourishment. How they had brought '.hem ihus far appeared astonishing. All were perfectly ttked, Their limbs were excoriated, from lying on the hard plstik for so long a period. On going below, the stench was I iieupportnble. How beings could breathe such an attnos 'j t he e and live, appeared iticrediblo. Several were under Ills* plank, which was called the deck, dying?one dead, we proceeded to Rio Janeiro with the priio. On live pas? sage we lost thirteen, in the harbor twelve?from small-pox ?nd debility : a number niso died on board tlte recovery ship Crescent. After clearing the hold, and tumigating the Vri?. it was determined by Mr. Oasley, the British Minister, to ?-ad the bri>;?with a part of her cargo?tor adjudication, lothe nearest colony, under the command id" Mr. (1. .Tohit ttooe, mate of the Fawn. Wo sailed on the hith of May tt'dh 180 well provided with medicines and directions in *hat manner to use them. Tapioca and lime juice were also provided. Notwithstanding all the care that a small crew fluid bestow on them, we unfortunately lost twenty, chiefly fnm scurvy >'?<! general debility. This unfortunate brie left Bahia tottj on the cons: of Beaguela, with .MO negroes, and, ! thirteen days after, on her capture, she hud but 37?! GEN. EBENSZER MaTTOOX.?This venerable old gentle? man, upon whom nearly ninety years have dawned, was in? vited to attend the Commencement at Dartmouth College, Hanovwr. N. IL, whi< li occurred last Thursday. Ho has just recovered from u severe fit of sickness, and now appears, snys the National (Claremont) Eagle, "'as healthy and vigorous u his advanced age, as if tho weight of fifty years w en- re? moved from his shoulders; and notwithstanding his tola! blindness, teemed to enjoy his journey quite as much as when as traveled the sanu road a> a college student. Ho was piduated at I>aitmotith in the class of 17??, just fi? years ?:<'. He informs us that he was one of four students who *^re e\amint>d for a degree a few weeks before the usual titbe of graduation, for the purpose of leaving college and ?ini the ' Liberty Boys' then proceeding to Canada against &e Briush. Two of the four, having each received fifty riin?as and a commission in the British army ftom the com iwodir.? General, deserted tho American flag. Gen. Mat taofl arid his associates received their diplomas from the faculty of Dartmouth while they were ir. Canada. He was 'Member of Congress in 1810. and for several yean there ifter. Tho Genera] was a Whi,' in toe days of the Rovolu :iv>a, aad glories in boing a Whig now, ai the consummation tfuSe second great revolution which ha< hn^en achieved in tho Wuntrv." [Northampton Courier. We have rocXD it out!?We were puzzled to tell why ^???sihat our orators of the present time were so much So? long-winded in their sjHtcches than those of former ?*?rs, until we saw it stated that there have been added to ?? language since the days of Johnson and Walker son-.e ktt?-fivc thousand words, or about double the number origi? ns included in their dictionaries. Now, as these words 8,0? be used, it is not to be expected that a man who gets UP l? speak in public can do less than occupy double the nm* that was customary when there were but half the words a vis? that are at tho presetit time. And so the wonder is *ww^fK. r [Norfolk Herald. " I desire yon to understand the true pi OTBW-Y FACTS FOR PARENTS..No. ILL The late Bnrwti Cuvicr, of France, who did more to bring , t?. light the hidden treasures of the earth than any other man ! who ever lived, often mentioned, with peculiar satisfaction, that hi? mother, when he was a boy, encouraged him in Drawing, or sketching with the pencil, works of Nature and Art. To that circumstance the world is now indebted for a j vast amount of h:ghly entertaining and useful knowledge dif i fused arnonz all rlwises and aees in many countries. All teachers who have tried the experiment acknowledce that children will )enm writing and drawing in connection i more rapidly and more effectually than they do or can writ | ing itself. In Prussia, ami in some sections of this country, every child in every school learns drawing no less than reading or arithmetic. Benjamin West, a native of Pennsylvania, hut a resident of England, who probably excelled any other man who ever lived in drawing and painting, commenced his art by tnking a sketch of a sleeping infant, his nice.-, while left with it by the mother of himself and the child, during their walk in the garden. He excelled others, because his lessons wer? princi? pally from nature, and always under a good leBcher, vir.: Benjamin West, who was not only his rirs: but his only teacher. Many, perhaps most children. ;ir- s., eager to take lessons in drawing, as to bring upon themselves, both a: school and at home, severe and frequent punishment to prevent it. In many machine-shops mechnnics who cannot wurk from draw ings cannot be employed. The editor of an agricultural journal remarked, a few days since, that Iiis correspondents expressed frequent and strong regrets that they did not j understand Linear drawing, as they had so frequent occa? sion to use it. J. J). A Genuine Tee-Tot W.i:k.?Pns?in<:. a few days since, in the steamboat Telegraph between New-Bedford and Nan tucket, the sub ject of temjterancc w as under discussion, when one of the passengers remarked, that if we wished to see a thorough-going temperance man, we might, in the person cif Cap! Phinney, the worthy commander of the boat, tin the suggestion, another of the passengers inquired of Capt. I'. whether he did not Use indent spirits; to which ho replied, ?? I never drank a teaspoon full of rum, brandy gin, or any other ardent spirits, nor 61 wine, cider, or beer; I never chewed tobacco, smoked, or took a pinch of snuff; und I never iliurik either tea or coffee.?' " Hut/' sriys u passenger, "whatdpyna drink with your breakfast?" "Cold Wa ter," was the answer. " And what with your dinner .'" "Cold Water." "And what with your supper!" "Com Water!" " Well." says he, "but what do j ou do when you are ?ick V " 1 never was unwell in my life," was the ready and instructive reply of Capt. Phinney; und we could not but reflect, how much of human suffering and wo?haw much of the ills that flesh is heir to, might be avoided, if people would only adopt the abstemious habits which are adapted to our condition, and, like Capt. Phinney, conform more nearly than they usually do to the immutable laws of our physical natures! [Massachusetts Spy. New-Yokic State Casals.?Flour and Wheat.?Aggre? gate of Flour and Wheat delivered from the Erie Canal, du i inrr the month of July, at the following places : , Bl.ls. Flour. Bush. Wheat. Schenectadv. 2,862 . 2.2? We-t Trev.. 4G.586 44,375 Albany J... 104,470 11^634 Total..153,918 .'>:i,3Ul [Albany Evening Journal. \V!?.5.Y A- PUTNAM, IMPORTERS, BOOKSELLERS AND PUBLISHERS, Bruadieau, Mtir-York, and PatT Hostet Hoie. London. Imputation ni Hook-, Knghsh and Foreign, tor Collage*, Public Hin! rriT.iie Libraries, sic Ac. Single Hook- imported t" orocr. Or? der* forwarded by every Steamer and also by the Liverpool Pai kets, ami answered promptly by llie return of tlie first Steamer alter the receipt it" desired. \V. Ss V. would invne attention to the unequalled f.icilitic.i afforded by their London Agency, (which lias now been conducted by Mr. Put? nam for several years, ins permanent residence being iu London,) for procuring English and Foreign Book*for Colleges. Pnblit and Pri rate Libraries, Bookseller*, and the Public generally, on at least good lorms and w,tli greater dispatch than they have evar before bvn imported into ibis country by any other establishment. Order? with references ur remittances msy be .-cut ibrrct to the London bouse if preferred, and t.ks can he shipped thence to any of the principal ports in the Tinted States. Hooks fur tneorporati..' Institutions pan no ovtv. All the English Journals, Monthlies, Quarterlies and Newspapers receive ! regularly by the Steamers of the first of each niootJi for subsci ibers, and the principal periodical* k.-pt on band for the sale. -.* Order, for the Simmer Great Histern will he iu season if re? ceived bj 3 o'clock, r. M. Saturday.August 7. .iy3" [m 1?. IC. XEWBLL, SIGN PAINTER. SCttlP HAND SIGNS EXK'CUTED IN TUE NEATEST MANNER. iu JoBN-STBKET, iir.ru ibn Got o ami PkaSX. jyl'.t Un M. R- WM1 T > K V ?V c <?., IMI-ORir.Ks or .vM? dealers is KARDWARE, CU ["LEItY a HOUSE-1 URNIalllNfS ARTICLES, au.') SC:J Sl'hnthaiii-Mt., near James.. Im \' 1 N C V. M 1.. D T L L ' S FIRST PREMIUM ST?KEOI'VPE V ? C N DRV, No I'.'s Fultou-sLtfourth story'New-York. jelft if II. %V. THAYKK, 71. I>. No y HowAan street, OAce coosnltationii iroui 7 to in A. K. and I to :i p. sr. jyl7 im J A -tt K ss It. 8 W A I \ . P R I N T E R , 1? JOHN-ST-?THIRD STORY. jeS3 if CIIK A P FOR l AsU. R 0 B I N S O N, okalbb in Housekeeping Haurdwaure nad s't.;!-?>. Besssrty, iil-ercn ?tring and Prxnce-s:r;e1s. j*3-tt ji. V. l.BA.\2tN<;. ATTORNEY at law?COJUtlSSlONER Or deeds. No CT Bookman st. jcS-.'in SITCRIOR WHITE l.KAI'. For ?ale at the Office of TIES BKOOKLYM WHITE l.EAO I O.^PAX'S . No. 160 Frokt-st., N. Y.. and No. 85 Fkovt-st.. BaeoKLTX, I? L aiii N. B. Whoc I.rac, Oils. Coloat ?? ?sc, for sale as above. tf PHUT?v, RA 5*52 Si' LIKtviN JtS*?fi?, By the Daguerreotype Process. IU. 1>. Vnn Loan, ancccamui to A. N. Wolcoii, Upper Siort oy Granite CuixatKG, Corner of i? road way and Chambers--!. ,;enirsii:e 1.1 Chamber? VY XT Likenesses t..ken from 7 AAL til! sundown, in an> kind of wea? ther?Clear, Cloudy, or Kaiuy jyftlm TOUGH BEARDS! DLEA8I1BS IN SHAVliXO by the use of CHAPMAN'S J MAGIC RAZOR STROP, with which every per.ou may keep his raxor in perfect order, w hether at sea or on land. It presents four fares, each of different tharpeaing properties, commencing with th.M metallic Hone, of ten limes the power of tne ordinary hone, an : finishing on ihe simple calf-akin. Kctail prices 50 cents, 75 cent?. $1 00, $1 85, nil J $1 50 each, accordiu; to size and ou;v?ard finish. TUe performing part of a 75 cent Sliop the siwe as one at $1 50. 1 CHAPMAN, 103 U niiam-st N. U. The performing part of my 75 cent- Slop warranted to be superior to Geo. Sauaders' best, at $3 each, and the money returned if the purchaser i>e difsatisficd._jy3U C?L?K STORK. HOUSE, SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTING, Imitation of Wood, Marble, etc Paints. Oils, Glass Brushes, ate. at whole? sale and retail. S. SCHOONMAKER, No. 7 Chatham Square, cornet of East Broadway, New-York._j?'-Sm R" llIKL'MATarS.ill7--Reader. if you are troubled with rheu mauc paina, n ?prain, swcllinc in the joints or limbs, sore taroat, or mumps, you may be cund for the tndiag sura of 50 cents, by Dr. James McDouald'a Herculian Kmbroca?on. So confident is-the Doc? tor of the effk-ucy of his ipedicme. mat if alter a fair trial it bits to cur?, the Bonev "will b* rwtprned. For sale at the Drug-Store of Dr. WAITE, No. 252 Csnal-?ti|ect. Price 50 oeats per bottle. Numerous certificates of cure from sojie of our most respectable citizens. N. B.?A liberal discount made lo those who cure base to sell again. jyxl im rinci]>les of the Government. I wish then carried OllK. SATURDAY MORNING, Al'CJI'Sl XFW AM> Wl'RLI.TfE LXISSBsTION. To BE OPENED ON MONDAY NEXT Aug. 9th, it the Ameri? can Acariemj of Fine Arts, Barcia; street, (three doors Udow the Astor House,) a grand and no.el Exhibition 01" the stupendous FALLS OF NIAGARA, Occupying a gurface of more than 300square feet. The public are respectfully informed, that an extensive and ; iicenrate Geologreal, Modeled Viei? of lbs Greatest Curiosity in the ! World, ha* been, alter a long time, so completed as to give a mosi accurate ide i ofthi great work of Nan.re. '| ne.ijiplir.Mion of REAL WATER in a Panoramic view, layfor the first time, introduced in this. a= the indispensableagent to make the -object perfect. It is >een rushing over melts and precipices, and mingling with the- river below. Every Haus?, Hm!:. ? and Kock, sttac! nd to it- location, sre faithfully represented in form sod coloring; rl.c reflection of o'.jeen ?.i the bosom of the river, produced hj KE.t!. WATER, gives a pleasing illusion to the whole scene, and conveys .1 most nccu-atc 11 les of tit" FALLS and neighborhood. Open during ih* day from !0 to 2. and from :t to fi r 'clock, in the evening from 8 to 10 o'clock: The curtain will be orawn in the errai:e.- at 8 o'clock, precisely. Admittance i? cents; Children uuier IQ years oT.-'ge. half price Season Tirhi.1- SO rents. :.iiT eoddf C O LET. The third story of the rc;:r building No. 29 Ann-street, ll one of the best Rooms in the city for a Frinimg otTice, or anj light busines?, bring lighted on three m.!.- .. Rent .?l.'iU. Applv to a*, tf H. UKEEI.EY. or J. WINCHESTER, 30 Ann-si. M?PFICE T<t LET. T.ie splendid Hasement Rooms in the Merch.mL*' Exchange corner of Wall ami Hanover-streets, Apply to Mr. Pearson, rf?ce of the Company, comer llunover and Exchange Place, or tc icfi, tf J. WINCHESTER, 311 Ann-street. Je* TO LKT?Broadway, betwc, n Waverlcy Place and 8th VSIU streets, the parlors on ihe 2 1 story, buck room on the :id st.->ry. with two pantries, two bed rooms on theaittic story, nnd kitch? en with pantry and vault. Kent $175 to Ist of May next. Possession given immediaiel}?will be lei together or separate. auS tw" VTACANT LOT TO LET- No. 209 and 210 Fianklin-sL v Possesmon immediately. Inquire at No. -tub Wasbington-st. nua Im* PO K HA L E?Or exchange for productive City Proper ty?A Fiirin of ?.'i acre?, situ ited in Huntington Township, L. I., -i miles from Nortbport, from which a steumbont plies to and from New-York twice a ?eck. Good buildiugs, po?d water, Ac. Ac. For full particular, inquire of E. W. WOOD, si Rivintlon-atreet FOlt NAI.fi?A good Farm 01 50 serfs witn I laige welling hous", tit for a n spectsble family, and two small do 1?all nearly new. Tne locuii in i- handsome and very healthy and has Hie best facilities f.,r communication with this city four times daily. Price low and terms easy, apply to u'J !*'?_ IHMEREL ,V HOOPER. 10; Front-st. Mt'SlCAL T 1'ITlitM ON THE PBANO _=??=233FOItTE. OROAN. SINKING, COMPOSITION, Ac. # fllWr. A Mrs. BROWNE, (with their dntlgbUr. Mis* Au? gusts BaoWNE.) beg leave to ami.re to the Ladies of New York and Its vicinity that, alter several year-' absence, they have returned to this city to re.nine tlu ir Profe-?ioiial Practice, anil lia.o taken a house NV. TOO Broadway, corner of Fourth-Si. Ladies desirous of obtaining Tuition, either on the system of the celelir..,- ?! i...?.0... ?? s-r slw >??.......?.. ?????r, k? ntleudcd at tlicir residence, or at the. Academy, ".Oil Broadway. References are numerous; anil of the very hiehvst rasp* lability. All Miss Augusta Browne's Musical Compositions for ku|c?1 The Americas Boquet' and ' L'Henri li illope' just published, ami may al>o be had at .Mr. Israel Post's 88 Bow ery, and Mr. G. F. II. Young's, Clinton Hall, corner of Bookman und Nassan-stn eta, sud at the Music Store., au3 tf .MIS? COWAN respectfully'informs tho La __Jdie. of New-Vorh and its vicinity, that -he continnm v I j'giving Lessons on the Hi.rp. Pi ino Forte, Guitar, an*; ?singing, at her residence. No, 79 Dunne street, a few doors on tht east side of Broadway, or at the respective houses of those La<!iei who prater receiving instruction at home. HArps and Piano Forte- to be had on hire. AI'O, a splendid Harp made by Erade, London, lor s?|e. ni2-1 if LACKA H'ANA COAL. " THE DELAWARE A HUDSON CANAL COMPANY are now re? ceiving into tlicir Yards Lackawsna Cod fresh from the Mines, which they olfrr to their customers and the public at the followiug reduced prices: Egg and Broken.$7 (VI per ton delivered. Stove and Furnace. 7 Oil do do Small Nut..7 Od do do Y'urd- corner of Beuch and Wost, Ring and Greenwich, and Mont? gomery and Monroe-streets, where orders will be received. Also at their Bank, comer of William and Pine-street*, w here contracts w ill bo made for cargoes delivered at Readout, jo3-3m ft7 fefi ,>IE';Bt TOP/?Peach Orchard Coal, broken of supe '1^ I ?\J\J nor quality,constantly discharging at the foot of Cham her.-street. Tnis coal is selected With r:cat care, and cannot be sur? passed by any ill the markst It will be delivered free of cartage 10 any part of the city at the above low price. JAMES E. WOOD, jylS-lm* Union Coal Office, cor. Chambers and Washington sis. C'?'* Cft FEAtTii ORCUARE? NUT COAL?$7.00 ?JY).')y) do do Broke and Egg. Now dischnrting, and will be for the season from the Old Stale Prison Dock. Thi- cud is of the first quality and will be delivered with care and good order. Lehigfa aad Liverpool at low price, from boats or ihr yard, eeruer of lind'on and A mo..streets. Orders must be scut ?0011 to secure the above low prii es [jy!6 1ml ?' TERRELL (OPPEU, TIN AND KINC! ROOFlNl*. 'Olli, undersiguod would inform hi? friends and the public thai he I is prepared lo cover buildings w ith the above materials at .-hon notice, ami on faioiable terras. Reference ? ill be given loi ome of the first buildings La th ? country for workmanship, Ac Buildings! Covered in any part of ihe country. Gullir-. Cornices sud Leaders of tku aliovo iiialeri&ls made ai:J repaired, at ll.c uid Stand, No. 204 Canal-street. W. 1!. SWEET. Summer ovens, that the sub'criber will warrant to Bake or no sale Tin Ware always on hand. Also, the Athanor Cooking Stove, the ouly place they ctii be had in thi city. W. H. SWEET. m22 ROLLED PLATERS7 BBAtt. AFIRST RATE article ol Roll? J and Platers Brass, ran always te found at JAMES G. MOFFET, 121 Prisvec street, nearWooster, at tho lowest market pricct. L.ikewis.1 a very superior article of Cooper's Bras*._ aSS tf ROLLED GERMAN SILVER. TAMES G. MOFFETT, 121 Prince-street, ::-ar Woester, would par? ticularly call the attention of Hardware Dealers and >lnnulaciurers to hi- superior aruc e of GermanSilver whn b he oflers for ?aie whole? sale and retail, of all thicknesses, and warrants it ?qu?l lo any, either Foreign or Domestic, for color .-.nd toftnea*. a'22-tf alTIIiJLS.?The subscribe) respectfu 11) begs leas t to inform bis friends and the public :i M he has on Lainl, and i- eoir.;antly re? ceiving, large mvoicesof QuQIs, which heviTers for -nie at re-inced prices, wholesale and retail. Country merchanti would do well to call, before purchasing elsewhere, al je22tf__ " _ A. McK?:ACHINE'S, 2?T. Prr.i!-st. f.llPROVED APiPAK ATI'S! t .1 Window Si:.,....? 1 ljtw.-oa's Patent Balance Pull, v?The public are respectfully in* vitedto.csU and examine this srUcle, it having n.auy ralaahle pro? perties beyond auy Jung for the same purpose vet offered. M. IV. KING. Patent Cha r Maker, jyS3 471 Broadway. Agent for thie improvement. J?RN H ABWICK, pOl.D and Silver Renner, Assayer and Smelter, No. 13 John-?treei sJT ?Assaying and Meltiag done st the shortest notice. Obi Gold and Silver and B-sokbinders Rags boegkt aud DSaltM ; GUdars skew lng^ washings, and old shruff bought._je9-3m tUKLE.N'.VXi'il I'OTTEBl , ?J61 Ei>ristocBtb-otre?t, BETWEEN Trii; NINTH AND T^*NTH SVKXXCS. STAHE suSscr..?,- I-Mpectrull) u::"orms the Public that he continue* A to manufacture u:e following articles, wiiick he offers for sale on reasonuble term?, viz: Slsne Ware, Earthern Ware, Portable F::rnace?. Chimney Pots. Stove Tubes, Oven Tue, Green-House d*. Fax Brick, Druggist aad Cbensieal Ware, Ac. Ac Stove Linings uaJe to any pattern and st short notice. jfO-rtra " WASHINGTON SMjnL_ POU?RKTTE_uii) barrels of Poudrctte, a choice article, for sale at 12U Nassau-st.. up stair*. Also. FERTILIZING POWDERS for Flowers. Vines and grass plow, in Soxes of a bushel, half bushel, or a peck, f-ee from all foul seed- or offensive o^or. innv be had al 120 Nassau st. up stairs, cf D. K. MINOR. Agant. A!-o, orders received, at the ?ame plsce, for removiac the contents of Sinks and Cesspools ia a matner much less ofTeusi.? man the ordinarv mode, at the same con, bv the au7 l'w-_ NEW-Y.iR'K POUDRETTE CO>IPANY. CHEAP! CHEAP! CHEAP!?Engranagathairpnre. A Vunuug Card Plate engra-ed anl n:1y cards printed, for only *1,50. Business Cards and all other Engraving at half price, al 491 Cortlacit, corner of Grcenwich-streeL. Please call and see speci? men*, jyl? Im 1IE LcK'OMOTIV"E_s^?-ANKEE CARD PRESS, GS and 7S Nassau-su (oae door from John,; prinu every variety of Cards, at prieee rang ing froaj f 1 75 per 10W upward*. ia*Mm. oat? I nah nothing; more."?Hahmso*. ' 1841. CHEAP AND FASHIONABLE GOODS, DIVX I3XPBOVED SHEET KUBBEB OVER SHOES?.'>. pair Ladt??' and Gentlemen's far sale. The a opera of this truly e|ej;;nt Over-shoe, mad- fron: the Rabber as im- I ported from South America, u sheet*, are ejicee-.incly elastic, Uie j same shoe adjusting itselftp every width of foot, ???fter tit ,;i French kid nnd made over !a?t='<f :hc most approved Broad any fashion*. The ' t-ottom- or -oh-- of leather l.ud between the rubber, are jomed to- , r'tti'.- ?? securely as w be perfectly w ater proof. These Shoes have i Is?n !.-:.??! iv t:. ? eist wini?r. ami ?iven re.era]satwfactioB. I Every pair warranted act to decompose, at tro' appera to loo-en from 1 the soles. Th.- trade ire invited to exah ir: these and a ren*:al as- j > sortment "f In,In Rubber Shoes, now in order for the fall trade. HORACE II. DAY, Succ-.or to Roxbury I.R.Co.. ! *"2 2m 15B Maiden-Ian* ryO ihk 5. a 5hk.?-i':? r v- hue on hand, lately , A received, a fear cases of Ladies'-Straw Bonnets, tofether with a j '? genera! assortment of Toscaa and Rutland Bonnet . Str.: sr Trimmin?. ? Tuscan Braid. Rat-d-Bnxes, Artifia i! Floorers, Palm Leal Hood Hat.-. Ac ,ic, all sold very ion for.: ash, in lots to suit purchasers, to c:ose i ! o.T a lot preparatory-to tiie Fall tr...i>-. GALE <v CO..Cosuniasion Merchant.. jy56 2w linn Pearl--trset, tinier I*. S. Hotel. j / Y>'(i PKlT'K ^ r"<7i5FT? Gentleine? wi^lnlrT<i"T'urcliase ! v/ L'fusl chean Clothing, would do well to csl! st ltcj Chatham* Street, whet' they can find carmcul., at the following prices: Linen Jacket., tic cents . i.ineu Drilling Pants, j! 25: Cloth Coats, $9 to A IS; Cloth Jackets, >l to*/; Satinet Pants, SI75to$$75; ! Cloth Pants, .>? to A4 50. [jy27 Im] JACOB C'HsSWELL. j j OSK AT TIKI*> !?Plaid, striped, figured and plain, black, ? t blue Mach and coloroil .".ilk-, extra cheap : plain and figured : McucseKno de Laiae*; Printed Muslins, for 1- Cd aadSs; Freocb, Eujrlish an ! American Prints, at ail prices, from .'hi npto2s6d; .Mii-lin Shirting and Pbeeting, from ft! np th all pnees. Also, Linen? . in endless vsrietv*,,togeiber sith an entire assortment of ?II Goods genera:!} k. | i ... re?;i. rl .l.Je Ilrv Goini- -t/.re.-. For sale at the well know n eheap -tore No. 305 Greenwich-street. QENRi W IU.IAMS & CO. N. B.?Cloths, Cassinteres, Gambrbohs, Cambists, Lama Cloths, ( Ac, Arc jvK Im pABPETING CUEAPUK TAgAlS EVERT-D. s M. WTLCOX, No. 17 Canal-st, South side near Broad way, has ju.t receive ! from an, uon a large and choice selection of Ingrain Car i petir.!* which, being bought for ea-li, can b" sold at pri' es to sail thr wishes of the pun liassr. Als., a great variety of Rugs, Mats, Aiano and Table Cover-. Floor Cloths, Ac. dec. with various other articles connected with the limine?. r.ll of winch will he sold a.-cheap ^or cheaper) than can be purchased at nuy ether More iu the City, j.vl.i i.n _ pJtVBAT BARGAINS ii Drj Res it HOPPER,MORSE " Jf j. Co.'sNnw Establishment, 219 Greenwicb-sL, cor. ef Barckvy. The subscribers b ive just rescued Luce lots of Goo?ls, ?eil selected fbr.citj and country trade. ! N. Bs?Conatrj Merchants are invited to call ami examine our ex tcn-ive assortment ol Goods, i jcSS tf HOPiT.it. .MORSE St Co. 210 Greenwich -t. J)s>5S:v STAATS, M E n C IIA .V T TAILOR, AND Clothier, No. 98 Bowery, tliree d..ors above Hester-street N*."-'-Y"-V. Ccr.itniiily on hand, a iiand-ome assortment ol Cloths, Cassiraeros, auu Vesttngs, winch will be made in the best styh at the shortest notice, and on the mo.t reasonable ierm?. je!5 tf MATTER** PL'?SW?Ae.I ssorTaientcoiisi on hand, a: i ttrtmehg /.or priem fur c tSH. Hat M SnufaCtUren are particularly invited to call asd examine iL st ISO Pearl ?treat, up stairs. SILAS DAVENPORT, jy 5fl Im* Agent. SPRING FASHIOIN.?BROWPi A CO.*Sonei}Uu y and one price Hal Sio'e, 17- Chatham -ipiare, corner > Mott-aL The Istest fashion !Iat< (or the low fixed price of S3 surpassing in beauty and style of finish any ever sold befon for the same price. Li presenting these Huts to the public, tin proprietors think they fcave reached the ultimatum of beauty, dur? liility, eheap teas and uomfort to,'the wearer. All sales are for cash which pri eludes t'-,." oecesstty of ebargiag a good custom :r for lossc iu.-urred by the bad. inE9-:lm* MPSiL-Vf. P??BOOrV.?Cheap Cash Store, No. IS ?:, .t!,..u .:, ...,.,.ooie Cosevetusi.) tVIIXIAM BROWN'S Fashionable Hat a;:;l Cap Store. A large ami splendid a-.on ment of i.'ioth and Velvet Caps, of every style mid des;riptioi now in n.e ; elso the most extensive assortment of8umBMr Hats eve exhibited in any Store, nli of which Will lie sold at wholesale and re tail, "t the lowest prices. mSlUlin* jkZ r o n a iv T ' i JsS FASHIONABLE HAT ESTABLISHMENT, m-^l 3tu' j-s>j, CHARLES IVATMON, JB HAT CAP AND FUR 5ianufaqIORY, <-S^ i-, i c ?, :,n , - it reet, a ii d 160 Bowery. anil if rts ffllELliVEK If .?Sirs, HAMILTON, 435 Peari-streai j g^l ?'? tr William trcet, continues to make, clean and alter La dies' Hat- in ;h>> most fashionable style ; al-o. Ladies'Caps ele ramlv msde and trimmed. iiil.?-:iin, ?4 BOOTS! BOOTH: AiNB SHOES ! M OLD BOS.* RICHARDS (us usual) has goi.II lengths (cash ^Jm in haml'i :ei.! h i? procured ail the dirTereni kinds, choicest most el f nt tip top fashionabm and durable Bosiisaud Shoes so low U.at hi e. n h,.i defiance to all eomp* lition. flert-e call at No 234 and 9 m Canal sir. et, or at 509 Green* kh, comer of Spring street and 171 Cbatham-s4|uaro, and be satisfied that this is nopnfC jStlm* & No. ill BO WE EC V ?- eidedlv the best establish b meat in New-Vork to got bargains ;.. the Boot and S ion line . jv you have only to call to be convinced. Ladies', Gentlemen's ?**^' -, Boys' >?e.l Childrens' Boots, Shoes and Gaiters, m all their variety, of my own manufacture him warraatad tir-i rit", at p ices to-nil the time-. Likewise a Urge assortment of gssodeoaatr] work, which will be soli very cheap. jr.> WILLIAM AGATE. 114 llo^erv. FtiENCH KOOT?? AN Is i*HOES, of superioi srorbmanship. Consta illy on baud. Gentlemen wishiag a good nrtu !??. mails on Paris Lasts by the be t French workmea, will he accominodated by csdling ou HENRY CENTLIVRE, 331 Broadway. N H.?run- mm!" \\>f tson hand and for ?ale. ?u3 I in BOOTS, IROOTrt A\J> SHOES.?Look and read, then call si 171 Chatham square, directly opposite the Tradesmsn'i Bank, where Staads old l^s. RICHARD'S Boot an t Shoe Museum. Great, troi^l and wonderful?and of the grandest modem Curiosities if the day. AH who wj,h to see a bun dred thousand pair of fashienablo and durable Boot- and Shoes ex hibited ..i one ,iew for sale?all who w-i-U in t.ic larjest boot ever exhibited in tbi known world vnuii ofltatktr?ail who wish to en? courage New-York, London, Pan- an t Philadelphia fashions?all who wi-h to tmerace the honest mechanic?all who are opposed to States-pri-oa Monopoly and who wrar Koo'? sad Shoes, ncn or poor, are inrited tc i ;! wh -re the i iml.Ir sixpence passes for the -low shil? ling, and the largest boot in the world ?tnnds nt the door, it .:.:tl I;::- BUSS RICHARDS. 174 Chathnin-?|r. SjT'N'i? ???'>: Chi ip Shoe Gaiter Boot Store, ?2J Iloverv. between Walker and Hester streets, where may be had lj'';e.\ at.-' .mi children'- Shoe- Hiul Gaiter Bnot- in gre.it varietii -. Ladies'Gaiters, from Sl '. '?> lo $2 25. jy3l Ira I INE'S FREINC'BI SHOES'?Having perused an id l_i rertisemei t in me New-York Tribune, of June II, over the ng nature of J. IS. MiOer, and finding tborein oar names u-.e.l for the pur po.-i of ?eile ?hoes ? f s far inferior qnality to those wluuh w? sup plietl the ladies ofNew-York with, wa take this method to inform them that oar name- are u--<i *ithout our permission, solely to palm off tii.-ir shoes upon tiie patrons of the old ..ta::d. Lane's, 1 Murray nre--t: aL? ti;er'. i- bison gross misstatemeBt rrudc ii. the puff allu? ded to, that Mr. Won conducted our business for year,; years, of a iruth. but three ^ id he ::i oar employment, .n-2 then merely to block ou: the u;:per-. and to attend lhe journeymen, for il i- a well-known fact ma: saving during lbs :i ot -- of Mr. Lane, Iti never trimmed a la-tj's silo--' ta-r cu'. -t pair of I ulies' gaiter boots, for a sufficient rea kcu, that he sen not competent t? do it. or at l<a=t we did not so con? sider him. Ladles will hud a rapplj ? f the art ele th?y were formerly ?ue-rlied w-irj. at the jM .-t?nd, No. l Marray-street. jv->2*- THoMAji LANK. A SON. C'Os.H'.rsSJJ.an A'II?:.^.1! ? ??>"?? on rut r-M.flv no /' principle ? 1 ;i- mestimable compound is the most vaijaole pre? paration yet discovered to afford e i-? md comfort :n -(.jv,,.*. Thi( p't-hidpleof it* manufacture cmb-r,.;e? a compl'to ceiitreli/.ation ol Alkali, the active . roscneeof which is found in every othertiotp,? The absenrt. tisercfi re. ol'tbis deleterious ingredient Is of it-'ii a 'jiab rec.iinmendat.ee. Added lo this, it is comfH-sed of eeveral d.iiglitfui emolients, producing i d>li.-ir??s vcttae,:- of the skin, effectually re moving 11 pirr.pl ?- in a few day!, and an-*erip? as well with cold as wi-h wirm wjier. 1 i- put up in convenient earth, rn boxc. frois which it is u-ed. A hi.er.ii discount rrade to wholesale purchasers.? Prepared wid sold by \VM. VAN EXBt RGB, A-ent, No.9s Felton-street, New-York. Sold bv Lawrence. Reese Si Co., lioafllev. Pr.elp.-. ic Co. P. Bawne Sc Co, Haydock. Co-lie- cc Tbarston. J. A W. Penfold Sc Co., H H. SchielJlin ? Ccs, R jthtoa A A.-pai-?li, John Meakiu. 5c.' Broadway. Marshal! C. S'.'HUim, an! -Jl the principal Druagists and Apothecaries ia the city. jyI7 lm OCR A.\D Bl'llTDlNG STONE.?The Sab-v-riDci will dafivet oa board of vessels at the Pn-sm Dock, Dock atoue for 15 cents per ton. and Marble Bsildine Stone for 3s Sd p<r ton. Slates Pri?OQ. Mount PkasanL June 9, le42. jel?ran_ D. U SErMOtTR. AgenL rHOLEBA JGNEAlNTII.tX. Summer CompFai?t.~&c.- Ac. In eu-ht cases out of ?sn ibis disease miy be srre--ted and ci'RCS by obtaining a box of Dr. Jame." Nursery Pills, which ha? beea found by ?xperierce a Specific in the above complaints. Sold by A. R & D.Sandi. Droggists, 79 and 100 Fulton-st: and by David Ssnd? Sc Co. 77 East Broadway._au4 la "OI-AXTETAS*? kan Si. also Agricultural Bank Notes ot A Natchez, wanie-J at improveil rates bv jv2?t|- v-awi.F.rK rp.iiTWERS. M WalL?tres-t. I" Ulli BACK HONE* on aU the Banka taken at par fee I Dry Goods, wSolesak sad reuii, st 444 Pearl-st, JJ'*? 10? OFFICE N 0. 3 0 A N N - S T. vol. i. so. so,. -> new-york, .41. b iwy AND TBOl STEAMBOAT LINE. For Albany, fron the foot ?f Knrtiav-.tr*?. I. :rV, I. .Saturday Morning ?7 o'clock. 1 h? aLRani . .1 , ly Horning at 7 o'clock. ?pi, _?? r,T?oJ ,ht"1001 of ^???Bdiuaawwe. Tha SWALLOW...Sunday Afternoon, at 5 o'clock. re.ople'* OSI o.v steamboats _ P*_*_ * FOR JLBA*Tr...J>A$SAQ? $L Ba____B__ ..}'?;'.;'? ' ? inwmboatNORTH ' , I !V( ^C?P-.M-H l>tte*del thesteant. boat IVr between Cottlacdt and Liberty stroet THIS AFTERNOON.August7, at oociock. For freight or passage apply cu board or to I'. C SCHULTZ, at the office on the -rharf EVENING LINE OP STEATIBOAT? FOR ALS AKT.. . ^JFARE $1. The n.-w end cumajodioua steamboat SOUTH AMERICA, Capi Brainard. leave* the pier between CourUandt and Libnrty-ttraei streeti event Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 7 o'clock. The ROCHESTER, CaptA'.P.St John, leaves the above pies every Tuesday; Thur-dsy and Saturday, at 7 o'clock. For passage or freight, apply to I*. 0. SCHULTZ, at the office, or on bonrd. for shrewsbury?SUMMER ARR.tytiF.MK> v For LONG BRANCH, OCFAN HOUSE, RUMSOM dock M1DDLETOWN, IT BROWN'S DOCK A RED BANK*. ^ p-?i s^ Tbo steamboat OSIRIS, CaptJ. U. Allaire, will ^SW^y^gtjg "'"?leave Fuhoo Market dip, Bast River, """every Monday morning, at t> o'clock; Tuesdaj W ?due-day. Thursday, Friday, and Sunday, at S o'clock, A. M., aii.1 Saturday, at 19 o'clock, scon. Returning, leave Red Bank at half-past 1 o'clock, every day, (ex? tent .Monday', at l!i o'clock, K. M . nr.! Saturday, at I P. Ii. The boat will run n? alsole until farthor.notice, unvixation and weather permitting. N. Ii.?All freight and baggage at the n-k of the owner* thereof. jy'.?:>m tT pow ? i. l cV co??riT1?VKT~" fh C:-'-*3 ft FOR NEWBURCJH, LANDING at CALD _rrg:>?isa> WELL's. west POINT A coi.o SPRLNlis.. The steamboat HIGHLANDER, Captain Robert Wardrep. will leave the foot of Warren-street, New-York, every Monday. Thursday, and Saturday afternoon, ut I o'ch^k. Returning, the HIGHLANDER will leave Newburgh every Moo lay morning it 5 o'clock, and Tuesday und Eridav afternoon ut .1 ..'clock. Tor freight or passage, apply to the Captain on board. N. II.?All baggage, and freight of every description, and bill., or ipecie, put on board this boat, must be at the risk of the owner* thereof, mile? n bill of lading or re, eipt is igoed lor the same, jyi't* GREAT ATf RACTION?! Afn^f^f-^. FARE REDUCED'.?I9j eenU to and from Har >?i^>^T-|j-,The |iro|ineior embraces the earnest opporta ?'' a_?nlly of informing hi. friends ami the public in gen? eral that he i. prepared to run his new and splendid line of Stages from the North American llo.el. Bowery to He W it C. Keliiager's Harb in Roer Mansion noose, regularly every half hour in the day, touching at other intermediate place* along the route, and making their passage through in sboul an hour. Neat and spacious apartment.- are tilted np on each end of the route for the comfort and convenience of passengers. This new ami well regulated line runnier nearly double the number of trip- dai!\ 'hat the Curs do on the trm k, gives it ndOBlded advantage o\er them, ?topping much longer earh trip at Kell uger's and giving pasasu gors sufficient time to partake Of every kind of r-ifreshuirot which ire always kept on baud and served up in the beat possible manner, hu terms -nilable to the limes. Bowery and White Hall Stages ruu as usual every live nunutew during the day. jy I 6m_J. MURPHY. Proprietor. LUUK at rTTisiTi'lvf.MKH ARRANGEMENT. CHEAP E.XCCRMI?N. For KOCKAWAY and NEW-YORK?The Citi? zens' ne* line of Stage., between New-Yolk and Rockaway Pavilion, on nml alter Thursdav, July I, 184L During the summer season, the Citizen's Line ofPost Coaches will leave New.York every day (Sundays excepted) at-1 o'clock P.M.; itopping at the Broadway House at a quarter past 3 o'clock; Carltou House, Washington Hall, American, Aator, City Hotel, Howard's Franklin, York Housa, Globe Hotel, and South Ferry at about t o'clock, and arrive- at Rockaway at ri P. M. Leaves the Paviliuu at Kockawav everv morning at 8 o'clock, and arrive at Jiew-York at lu v. M. Families called for at any part of the, city. Passengers can take their seat* a: IV?w.York, and not hn obliged to get out until they arrive at their journey'* end. Orders left at vii 3owery snd No ."> Cortland-st. \'"-k House. This Line base regular relay of homes, ami iplendid Post Coaches. Faro 41. iv'.< I in. jm. L. RAY, General Agent. island M?^M^^f^L^^. road, SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. iN and sfter Tuesday tho IIth May, lall, ihn cur. will ruu as ! \~; ami v Jfollowi Leave Hicksvllle nt 7 o'clock, A. SL, and ill o'clock, P. M. Leave Hemprtoad at j minuto* before 7 o'clock, A. .M. und Id mm - utes pasto'clock, P. M. Leave Jamaica at 7j o'c! ? k, A. M. nnd 3 P.M. Leave Brooklyn nt 9j o'clock, A. M. and U o'clock, P. M. SUNDAY TRAINS. Leavi .: imaics it ?i o'clock. A. M. and 5 P. M. Le ,v- Brooklyn at !H o'clock, A. M. and 61 P. .V. Leave HieltsviUe at M o'clock, P. M. Leave Hempstead at lu minute* past 4 o'clock, P. M. By the above irrangement passenger* taking th? morning trniu s ill hnve time to visu Rockaway; and ihe several villages on the route, tad return ihe same evening. Stage* run regularly on the arrival of the cars, to Rockaway, Hempslead Harbor, Glen Cove, Wheatloy, Oyster Bay, Huntington, Babylon, Smitbtown, Wlp, Liif Rand Icker'? Hotel, and through the Ulanu to Greenport un.l Sag-harbor. Tare to Bedford 111; cents; to East New-York i-i rents ; to Jamai? ca ir, cents; to Brusbville 37ceoU; to Westbury, Carle Place aud Hempslend .V> eeals : to Hieluville H'Ji cent*. jy!3 Hm * AI ERIC AN' TKA.NMPORTATION CO.TIPA i V N V.?Curd and Like Transportation?Merchandize, Passen gers. Ac. forwarded with care and dispatch. For freight or passage applv to H. NILES A Co., 59 Quav-st-, Albany. ) H. WRIGHT * r,>.. Rot bester. J.Proprietors, J. P. WOLF A P. J. KNAUP, W Washr st. NY ) And to....P. GRANDIN, I H Ur-ad-?L N. Y. ) CP. KELLOGG, " Urent* P, L. PARSONS ti Co., P.ulTalo. I W11* H. WELLS. B Court sr.. Boston. ) Ivl *m S" A K -t'FOIi.i" WATER. Iron the I.. In., spring. The 10 DINE SPRING conn,us inueh more Iodine and Carbonate of Magnesia !hun any other fountain, consequently is the most powerful llteratire and sparienl. I* i? highly charged with Carbonic Gas? which renders it a pungent and delightful rtriuk. A. A. KELLOGG, Owner, Saratoga Spa. Sold at wholesale and retail in New-York by A. B. A I). Sand-, druggist*, 79 and 100 Fulton-*t; nt retail by David Sands A Co. 77" East Broadway; J. R. ChiltOO,8S3 Broadway; Alilhau, 133 Broadway; Sl,,"im. eornor of Broadway end Chamberaostt SoMillard and Del lue, 581 Broadway, Park Rowi Rushton A Aspinwall, BO William-st; Hr M.lnor. I"'l Broadway; Hart,818 Broadway Uing.H.l Broadway; Hods'. 613 Broadway; Coggi ?ball, 1H Pearl st; Billings A. Roironmil ler.^il Bleeckor st; Hill, SOB Greenwich-*!; JeaniagsA Bonnet, lfiH Greene ich -u.Bruger, 50 Cortlandt-st; Rotion, l96Easl Broadway. aiG Im -_ B%'IL OERS' HARDWARE, at 90 Division-streets--A complete aasortmi ni of Sa?h Pulltes, Butt Hinges, Screws, Amor, lean and English Knob Locks, Fine Plate, Head, Cupboard, Lraw, Chest and sTad-Cecks, Barrel, Round, Sfjuare S,sr,iigs, Flush ami Shutter Boils, Hook and Plate Hinges, together with nearly every ar? ticle in the line, all of which ?riH be. sold as low as at any place u tbo lily. Also, Cst Nail- by Ihe ca-'k, ai thn lowest market price for c_._. mIT f_JOSEPH WEED. oFekatio.n.'. o.n the teeth, _ sv KEYlfOUR 71'HITING .V LINUS PRATT, Dentint*. OEYMOUR WHITING would respectfliDy inform his friends and ?5 the public that he still continues at his old stasd. No. 6i East Broadw ay, and, having associated himself in partnership with Dr. LINUS PRATT, ihey are ready to attend to all who need their pro? fessional services. The public may bi assured that all operations in their profcasioa will be performed on the most approve.) plan. Arti ?ciai i'eeiii, Irom one to a full set, inserted in the most scientific man? ner, and on as favorable terms as at any other office. Whole siu in? serted cn the idd Itmoelheric, or t?O newospprnved paten! aJno>?pbeno plan, winch obtained the premium at the Fair of the Amr.r.<:xu insti? tute last year, and as well as c^n In Atme in this city. Tcvth plugged with told, tin foil, or cement, as circumstance* may require. Nerves of Teetn destroyed witboat pain, and m mail c._-J* too Tooth effectually pre-erved by filling. An infallible cure for the Toothache. N. B. Messr-. WHITING _ PRATT will iastruetoue or two young men in the art of Deati-try. on reasonable urm*. REFERKNCES. His Honor Chancellor W_w.rth.fPr^ "S^j?^. V m. y\ . Minor. M. D. N. fork. ReT. Ka_^ ^ Ludiow. *r?? ^i'^'nfriaa. M D. LL. D- Wm. N. Blakeman, M. D. lyil'OP.TANT TO FEMALES. DR. WARD. 113 Chambers-st,confines hi* practice to the treatment ofdisest.!* of women and ehiidren. His long experience In this branch of hut profession enable* him to cure where other* bare failed. Dr. Ward's method of treating all female complaints is such a* torequiro but a shirt time to etTect a cure. Dr. W. operates for strabismus or sjnintisr, club feet, and all other deformities, wtth entire success.? OtHce hours Irom 9 to 12 A. M. anS 4 to ? P. M. K. ALLEN WARD, M. D,Surgeon, Professor of Disease* of Women and Cbildrec, jv9 tf No. 113 Chamben itreet, N T,