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Advertisements ordered to lie continued on the inside ?fterthe first luj-eriiun will lie subject to the sinne '.harte a? on tln.it frit appearance?payable in all case- in ?dvr.neo. t'/AOnotieeiofPiibtic Meetings, tteligioas, Political, A.c. ofSer awastobodelireeedbyClergymen risiungour City .Vr. will becon gsfcaously published in The Tribune (if not exceeding six lines/ for accent* ne insertion. T h e t rib [j n e , NEW-YORK, MONDAY MORNING, AUGUST 23. Latest from tui Boundary?Trouble Hrarinrr.?The Woodatock (New Brunswick) Telegraph states that Gor. Dickson anil Col. Bazalentte had arrived at dial place, and proceeded immediately to the Disputed Boundary on the lower St. John, and adds tin: following intelligence : ? " We are desirous of drawing public attention to the ex? citement that prevails in tin- neighborhood of the Boundary Line, in consequence of the proceedings of the American party of exploration. Wo have been informed ihm tbey are running a new line East of the old boundary, cutting down and leaving a space of from forty to eighty feet wide, and rnurkin^ the United Strifes Boundary Lite." Tim angle f uined by this new direction of the lints i. said to he so great that several extensive cleanups belonging to our farmers in the hack settlements have heen taken :n mid included n American property. We have heard of several farms losing Irom 50 to lOu acres, and one in particular, we have been inibrmed, has been entirely included in the Stale of Maine, iiniI an idea held out that those persons mu>t become Ameri? can subjects, which has caused an unusual degree of excite? ment. " We ure aware that the nets of an exploring party ure not binding, hut we look at the ulterior advantages that our neighbors w ill endeavor to reap from nur submitting to this line of conduct. The probability is that some years will elapse before a final settlement of the question takes place. In the meantime the marks of the old line will become de? faced ; and when joint commissioners from the respective governments meet for the final adjustment of this perplexing question, we shall he told, hen: is the boundary that you as? sisted 10 run and establish?hero is the limit that yon youi ivlves have assigned to New Brunswick. My this means vvc .hull he overreached, as on former occasions. Apart from this view of the matter, we do think thin it is absolutely ne? cessary that .something he done 10 allay the excitement. Wo ?boil not he surprised to hrur of a collision taking place. Attempt- have been already made to interfere mid prevent \\ie commissioners from proceeding. We have reason to think lhat before they reach the St. John they will he obliged ID desist. If the line he prosecuted on the same angle on which it is started, before they reach the St. Lawrence, whither, we understand, they intend running, there is reason u> believe that the commissioners will have carried it three or four miles farther 10 the eastward than was ever antici? pated. '? We should he sorry to hear of any obstruction beim; of? fered to any patty endeavoring to afford such information as might lead to u settlement of this ' bone of contention,' yet, under all circumstances,we do nut bluiiiv out fanners for ex? pressing their indignation at such unwarrantable proceed? ings. We do not lind fault with the commissioners for en? deavoring to throw some light upon this important subject; let them explore any where through the province, Inn what right have they to run a line of their own construction! and mark it as the boundary of the United States J We can tell our neighbors that our folks have sve-n so much chicanery practiced on former occasions, that they w ill not submit to it any longer." Kr serai, ok the Bask Bill.?The following were the Yeas and Nays in the Senate on Thursday, on the question of passing the Bank hill, in spite of the President's Veto: Ykxs?Messrs. Barrow, Bates. Bayard, Uerrien, Clioate, Clay of Kentucky, Dixon. Evans, Graham, Henderson, Hun? tington, Kerr, Mangum, Merrick. Miller. Uorehead, Porter, Trentiss. Preston, Simmons, Smith of Indiana, Southard, Tall madge, Wime. vVoodbridge?25. Nays?Messrs, Allen, Archer Benton, Buchanan, Calhoun, Clay of Alabama, Clayton, Cuthben, Fulton, King, Linn, Mc* Heherta, Moulon, Nicholson, 1'iercr, Hives, Sexier. Sturgeon, Tappan, Walker. Williams, Woodburv, Wright, Young?v.M. rhe Yeas being less than two-thirds, the hill is defeated. DCr" Passage or the Bankript Bill.?The following are the Yeas and Nays in the House on the final passage of the Bankrupt Bill: Yeas?Messrs. Adams, Allen. S. J. Andrews, Arnold, Ay ?"figg, BabciH-k, Baker. Barnurd, Black, Blnir. Boardman, Bor? ten, Briggs, Brock way, Bronson, M. Drown, Burnell. Calhoun, Thus. J. Campbell, Caruthers, Childs, Chittenden, J. C. Clark, S. N. Clarke. Cowen, Cranston, Cravens, Cushing, G. Davis, William C. Dawson,Jo&n />'. Datoson, Deberry, John Edwards, Everett. Fessenden, Fillmore, A. I.. Foster, Gamble, Gates P. ?. Goode, Greig, Habersham, Hall, Halsted, W. 8. Hastings, Henry. Howard. Hudson, Hunt. JaS. Irviu. William W.Irwtn, James, W. C. Johnson, I. D. Jones. J. t. Kennedy, Kins;, Lane, Lawrence, Linn, S. Mason, Muthiot, Maxwell, Maynaro, Meri ?etber, Moore. Morgan. Morris. Morrow. Nisbet, Orborne, rearce, Pendleton, Powell, Benjamin Randall, Alexander Ran? dall, Hau.lolpti. Hayner. Ridgway, Rodney, Roosevell, Russell, Saltonstalt, Sergeant, Simanton, Slade, Smith. Sollers, Stanly, Stokely Straiten, John T. Stuart. Taliaferro, Richard W. Thompson, Tillinghnst, Toland, Tomlinson, Van Rensselaer, Wallace. Warren. E. D. White. J. L- White, T. W. Williams Lewis Williams, C. H. Williams. J. L. Williams, Winthrop, Wood, Yorke, a. Young, John Young?110. [Opposition in Italic*?X] ^ ?Messrs. W. Andrews, Arrington, Alherton, Banks, Beesen. Bidlnck. Birdset/e, BotK, Bowne, Bovd. A. V. Brown. C. Brown. J. Broten, Burke, William Butter'W'm. 0. Butler, Green W. CaS.lwell, Patrick C. Caldwell, John Campbell, II. Campbell, Carv. Chapman, Clifford, Clinton, Coles, Cross, Daniel. K.ch. D. Davis, Dean, Doan, Doie. Eastman, John C. Edwards, Egbert. Ferris, John Cr. Floyd. Charles A. Floyd. Fornance. T. F.Foster. Gentry. Gerry'G ilmer, Gog i n, \V. 0. Goode, Gordon, Graham, Gttstine, Harris, John Hastings, Hays. Holmes, Hc^ldns, Houck, Houston, Hubard, H imer, [ogersoU, Jack. Cave Johnson. J. \V. Jones. Kenn, A. Kennedy Lewis, Xiitleheld, Abraham McClellan, Robert McClellan, McKay, Mattery, Marcband, T.F Marshall, Ma thews Mattocks, Medtll, Miller. Newhard, Parnienter. Payne. Picken.. Plumer. iV/sf. Pre?t, R?m>ritt Kedin-. Rencher, tthett, Rtggs, Rogers, Saunders, Shaw, Skepperd SlueLlj Snv der. Sprigfj. SteenriKl. Sweney. J. B. Thompson, Tripled, Torney, UndernxxKL, Van Buren, Ward, Watterson Welle Westbrook, J. W. Williams, Wise?106. [Whigs in Italies?-J4.] The Veto.?StXGULAR CotSClDXXCK.?When the Loco focos were in power in lb"j-. they passed a bill incorporating s Bank of the United States, xx ?ich was vetoed by their Presi? dent, Jackson. A Whig Congress has now passed a similur Ml. xvhich has met with the same reception from their Presi? dent, Tyler. teJ*"! like to see my advertisements in The Tribune." "aid a gentleman the other day : " I am never ashamed of tneir company. I have been mixed up with vileness and '?'imoinlity in advertising, but 1 will riot be again." Laws of tii e I" n it eel States. T we n t y -S e vn t h Coarre'i??F i r 11 Station. [Piblil -.Vo. J.] ! AN A''T ic r?peal the Aci rnwled 'An Art in provide for the eol? Irctioa, srife kenpi ig, transfer, and disbursement of the I'ublie Reveaue,' and to provide for the punishment of embezzlers ol Public Money, end for other purp. s, -. />'.? it enacted I n the Senate an-! House < f Representative* rf /In l'ruf.,I SlaUi of America <? Congress assembled, That the act entitled ' Ati Act to provide for the collection, safe keeping, tr?nier, and disbursement of the public revenue,' approved on the fourth Jay of July, A. D. one thousand, eight hur.tred and forty, he, and the same is. hereby repealed : Prodded, alicay,, That, f>r any offences which may have been committed against the provisions of tin: seventeenth section of the said act. the offenders may bo prosecuted arid punished according to those provisions:: and that *1! bonds executed under the provisions of said act, and all civil rights and liabilities which have arisen or accrued under said art, and the remedies therefor, shall Temairi and continue as if *ai i act had inn he?n repealed : any thine herein contained to the contrary notwithstanding. Sec. 2. Andh it further enacted, Tbatif any officer charged witli the safe keeping, transfer, or disbursement of public moneys, or connected with the l'ost Office Department, <-h*li convert to iiis own use, in any way whatever, or shall use by way of in? vestment in any kind of property or merchandise, or shall loan, with or without interest, any portion of the public moneys en ?rusted to him for safe keeping, transfer, disbursement, or for any oilier purpose, every such act shall be deemed .and ndjudged to be nn net of embezzlement of so much of the said moneys as shall be thus taken, converted, invested, used, or loaned, which is hereby dec] ired to be a felony; and the neglect or refusal to pay over on demand any public moneys in his h inds, ups n the presentation of a draft, order or warrant drawn upon him. and signed by the Secretary of die Treasury, or to transfer or dis? burse any sucli moneys promptly according to law on the legal requirement of a superior officer, slits 11 be prime, facie evidence of such conversion to his own use of so much ot the public moneys as may be in his hands. Any officer or agent ol the United States, and all persons advising, or knowingly and wil? lingly participating in such embezzlement, upon being convi :ted thereof before any Court of the United Stales of competent j urisdiction, shall, for every such offence, forfeit and pay to the United States a tine equal to the amount of the money embcz zled. and shall snller imprisonment for a term not less than six months nor more than live years. Sbc. 3. And be it. farther enacted. That the act entitled " An act to regulate the depositea of the public money," approved on the twenty third day uf June, eighteen hundred and ihirty-.six. excepting the thirteenth and fourteenth sections thereof, be and the same hereby i.s. repealed. SEC. 4. And be it farther enacted, That so much of an net passed the fourteenth of April, r.rditeen hundred and thirtv six. entitled " Ah act making appropriations for the payment of the Revolutionary and other pensioners of the United States, lor the year eighteen hundred and thirty-six." as provides that no bank note of less denomination than ten dollars, and alter the third day of March, eighteen hundred and thirty-seven, no batik note of less denomination than twenty dollars, shall be offered in payment in any case whatsoever in which money is to be paid by the United States or the Post Office Department, be, and the same hereby is. repealed. JOHN WHITE, Speaker of tkt H?u>c of Represt ntntircs. SAMUEL L. SOUTHARD, President of the. SenaU pre, tempore. Approved, August 13, 1341. JOHN TYLER. [Public?No. 5 J AN ACT to provide tor the p lyraent of Navy Peusioners. Be it enacted. ,\-c? That the sum of one hundred and thirty nine thousand six hundred Olid sixty-six dollars and six cents :s hereby appropriated, to be pniH out of any money in the Treasury not Otherwise appropriated, for the payment of pensions and half-pay clinrgeniilc on the navy pension fund : Provided, That all widows or children of all naval officers, seamen, or marines now deceased, and entitled tu receive or make proof of their I pensions under the act of the lid of March eighteen hundred alid thirty-seven, shall receive the same until the close of the nest session of Coiieress ; but no widow or children of any na? val officer, .seaman, or marine w ho may hereafter die shall be entitled to any pension by virtue only of any provision in the said act. Sec. 2. An! b, it further enacted, That no officer, seaman, or marine entitled to a pension froan the navy pension fund, who receives pay from the Public Treasury, shall receive more from said fund than is sufficient to make the whole aaiount received from both the above-named sources equal to the pay fixed by law for the crude to which the officer, seaman, or marine may belong, as nn officer in the service in which he may be en? gaged during the year, so thai an ollicer shall receive pay at the same time both as a pensioner and an ollicer in service. Approved, August Hi, 1841. To the Editor of The Trihnnt " Both branches of the Legislature may concur in a resolu? tion of decided dissent, and yet the Governor may exert the " veto power conferred on him by the Stale Constitution, and "the Legislative action may be defeated." [President Tiller's Veto Message It appears to me tlint the President bus been very unfor? tunate in adducing the above supposed instance in which the will of the People, expressed through their Representatives, is successfully opposed by the veto of the Governor. For Governor, rend President, in the above extract, and Mr. I Tyler'has drawn Iiis own portrait. A- H. G. TO lies. Jslll.'. M< Iv. EOH : Sir? As I voted for you as one ol my representatives in Congress, I have a rieht to n-k you to explain why you de? serted your post tit tin* very moment when you were most I wanted in I 'ongress. j Was it that you might come here as Corporation Attorney, i and try a poor butcher for selling meat without license 1 or 1 was it to dodge the question on the Bankrupt Hill ' j Come out like a man, ami say whether you would have I voted with or against your p-irty on that great measure, I had you been present when called. A short and frank answer j is expected by OSK OF tOtJB CoNSTITU ESTS. I EF The Augusta Chronicle states that the Savannah River is now in line navigable order for the largest class of bouts, and there is every prospect of its continuing so through die j remainder of the season. KT3 A boy named Godfrey Myers, aged 16, formerly in the employ of .Mr. Dexter T. King, of Boston, has been arrested in that city tor stealm; a letter out of the Post Offiee. He confesses that lie has obtained several letters, within a few months, containing in til; about $40. Second Recount or V. S. Abtilxeby.?This tine regi? ment, one of the best disciplined in the army, under the com? mand of Col. Bunkhead, arrived in this city last evening from Buffalo, in the boats of the Troy, and Krie. and Dertoit Linos. They number between 700 and BOO men. and ennic down from Buffalo in fifteen canal boats. The regiment, on its ar? rival here, embarked on board the barges of G. b. Griffith & Co.'s Transportation line, and departed for New-York. The tuen were in fine condition, und under admirable discipline. [Troy Wut?. S\ IT lls.? The subscriber respectfully begs leave to inform hl? Vv friends and the public that he has on baud, ami i- constantly re? ceiving, large invoices oi' i|U|||s, which he offers for sale at reduced prices, wholesale aud retail. Country merchants would do well to call, before purchasing ?!?e> tiers, at, je?gtf _ a. McKEACHINtTS. 255 Feari-et, F sm IA QUIIjJ?!? AN? RED LJEAT ?SEK-A few bales ol each, rbr sale by - ? C. C. IIA? EN. RUSSIA ANJt> PRUSSIA BRIsTI.ES, of various . irts. for .ale, jMsp-cask. by C. C, HAVEN, uultieo-' / . . '_^_B_ 2S Pine-.t. ]">TtSSI.*T~SHEET?NGJSr-Bleaebed and Brown, per bale. X for sale by C. C. H |VEN, srPino-st, aulfieodtf rpsj ( ALICO PRINTERS?One >,.,'. of machine Lap? s' pines, for sale l,v 1'CKSSC \% BROOKS, til Lib.rly st. ?u17 PLANTERS' RANK, also Agricultural Bank Notes ot ' Natchi ~. w-allied at improved rates by jvSfitf . vx.vf l.FCK-BROTHF.R.S. ?> Wa!t..treer_ LEEC II ESi APPUt Dliv Mrs!"SAHAil K. HARPER, No. 4s Voter-SX. who lJSr bad manv years' experience in the busi? ness. i*"! >r \TANIL L A'SUCLAlL-4,000 Bags for sale by -U aultj CtRINN'KLI.. MINTURN A' CO. 79 South-st. CANDLKS.?200 b?xeXSperm Candles, assorted sizes, for sale by aulrj UR1NNELL. MLNTURN ft Co. 76 South-M incLple* of the Gwrernsnent. I wiab them carried >KK, HO.\l>AF .1I<J3?.\|.\G, AVUIST ', U 1 BOORS. STATIONERI AND PAPEB HANGINGS!! I C To Country Dealer?.?The subscribers keep stant lyon hud at their Store,No. I3S Pearl st. near Wall st. a com? plete assortment of School, Classical, and Misccllapxocs Boons of iJie latest and most appro ved edition*, which tbey orf?r upon ihe most reasonable term., for CASH or City dccepUtncet : al?o BLANK BOOKS end STATIONERY of every variety, to which the) invite'lie attention cd" MerchanU visiting the City to make their Fall purchases. ACCOUNT BOOKS ruled to any pattern, and made to order, of the ke?t material, and in superior style. ?* FRENCH and AMERICAN PAPER HANGINGS, BORO ERS, &cof the latest pattern* and fast colors, suited to the Country Trade, lor sale at Mmufactnrtr*' Prices. I ' Merchants an ' Deal< rs from the Country ar?- r^riestcd to c?l and examine th'ir -t^rk pf ?e?d>. N. It. Schoo!-, Colleges and Libraries supplied upon the mo>t tib eral terms. BAKER, CRANE a c... Wholesale Bookti l>r- and Stationers; and Dealers in Paper Hangings, No. I5fi Pearlst anIP 1 m (Sicn of the " ledger ' ? New-York, i:>-.ir Wallet.) ^i-i FOR sale? Tin IW~? -?? -st. se ij^J i oiid block from the Market, and a shorr distance from the *? * fi rry?b> i g2l bj 101 el A first rate stand for business, con? sisting dflarge convenient store. II rooms, basement, cellars, coal us, fee all complete. Price. $3,500 Apply as above. auKIlm' OCFICE TO L?f. T.ie splendid Basement Ro,,?.- hi the Mi rchant*' F change "corner of Waft and Hanover-streets. Apply to Mr. Pearson of the Comr.mv corn*'- Hanover am: Exchange Place, or u tf 1. WINCHESTER, .'-i Ann-sti -t. A I>( ltl.?r ?OC8E ->t Harlem tobeTat?aTbe3d avenue, corner of 103d-street. Inquire at Uli Bowery. Rent low._ _ null Im* irTElLi.iMftBtrRGn property or FI' E, N'i> 1 Ann?tr. Neu York*?Pen* - wishing to -ur chase ?ill do well to call. Some nice Cottages for -ale ; also, ildme Lots._" nnlO Im A4 riTVPIKlPtitiV OFFICE,fx buying selling jfiS anil exchanging City I'ro. ertv. at No. 1 Ann-.i. autO Im" ROO .TIS TO I. FT? t roais and bed- ??m ? itli ehtw :-. BP pantries. Ac. -ii table for a small family. Also, one large r.a extraordinarily Well lighted, suitable f.r a work-shop Inquire on the premises of JOHN L< H'KK. in nur of3l A. auie 1m E>Kt'<; S I ORE FOR MALE. -For sale the ? oi Drcii:.. Medieiues. Puruiture, Fixtures, Ac. of the -tore 3ti0 'Broadway. The present proprietor has occupied the above stand for upwards of sixteen year., and now oflTets the stock for sale on account of declining health Ihe store is to let, and immediate l.?? .-'on jtiveu. Apply on the premises to au!7 5.* W.M. LAMiSTAPP TO LET?The spacious five st?r) building .v . i ; Broadway, corner of Duane-street, and maj l>e occupied as office, for prof .-ional gentlemen and those of the fine arts, or for lodring room-. The Rooms will lie let as follow., viz: The Basement Room, well lighted, -1 feet on Broadway by ' tu: feet on Duanc-street, al i~<cv per year, with ? good cellar. The Stors on Broad say. 50 feel deep, $800 i>er year, also a Room in the rear of the Store, fronting on Duane-street, SO feet deep, at $?t'0. There art three entrances tothis Room ironi Duane-tt. Srcond Story. Room No. 42, on Broadway, 33 feet by II feat....$130 per year. " 41, 2' '? " 15 ....$125 ?? " - " 40, IS " " 15 " _$IUi ?? " " 33, 15 ?' " 15 " ....$11? " ? " " 4A, and a roomad'g 90 ?? ?? 90 " _$1511 " " Third story. Room No. .17, on Broadway, 14 feet by 23 feet....$125 per year. " 20, * b " " 12 " _?75 " ?' " " 35, 8 " " IS " .... $75 - " ? 31, 13 " " 15 " _$?'5 " ?' " 33, 15 " " 10 " .... $75 " ?? " 3l,and2roomsad'gl3 " " 15 " ... $tui " " st?, 8 " " 19 " _$75 " ?' " "2s, II " " 8 " _$?5 " " '? 27, 8 " " 8 " _$?0 " " ' gSdifc, 86, 8 " " 8 " _$t>0 " " Vafdp Fourth Story. Room No. 21, on Broadway,!! " ?? 11 " .. / , Including a mom adjoiniug. 8 ?' " 10 " .. ) per year. " " 22, and 11 room ad'g 11 " '? II " .... $75 " " " 21, 7 ? " 10 " _$50 " " '? " ??, 12 " '? 15 " _$05 " " " ?' Id, and a room ad'g I. II M _$78 " " " " Iii. and n room ad'g 11 " " II " _$78 " " " " ?j 15 ? ? 15 ?' .. \ , ? 11 With 2 rooms adjoiniug, each 7 '? "7 " .. J s~ Fifth Storu. Room No. 7, 15 ? '?? II " _$52 ?' " 8, 8 " " 10 " _$35 " " " " y. und a room ad'g 15 " " II " _$59 " " " " II, 3 " " 12 ? _$26 " " 5, 10 ?? " 15 " _$3'J " " " " 12, 10 ?? " 15 " _$5? " " " " 4, 8 " " In '* _$2? " " " " 3, 10 ?? " 13 _$S$ " " 2, 12 ?? ?? II '? _$38 " " 1. 12 " " II ?? _$-?<? " " P. S.?There is 11 fine, spacious entrance to all the above room; from Broadway. For further particular* apply to J. R. ISELTON, ICO Broadway; or the whole will let to oils tenant, if desired. null tl FOR ?AI, F?<ir exchange for produi uve City Proper ty?a Far.1" 53 .;-p'-. situated is Huntington Township, L. 'I., 3 mil', from Nnrthport, from winch a -teaniboulplies roam! from New-York twice a week. (mm>4 buildings, good *at?r, Ac. Sic. For full particulars inquire of K. W. wool). .-1 Rivington-street jeH* FOR SALE-A farm in the town of Smithtown in feuf \*f folk County, ne ir the village of Comae, consisting of two lom - .Ir. d acri'.. nboui llurly of which arc lunlirr and spfOUts land, ill' remainder cleared and under a ciw.d state of cullivauon. On the premises are a good dwelling house, two barn-, cn!> and wngon-hi. wuii a well of water near the duor. Al-o. a good young Orchard with a variety ..f cherry and other fruit trees. Possession can he had to suit tbe convenience of the purchaser. For particulars apply to Mr. Smith Woodhall, 307 Front-street, or the subscriber 1 u the premi? ses, nul l Im- DANIKI. S>IITII_ \rACAK'I I.O I* TO LET-No. 203 and 310 Ftanklin-st. Pi.-..immediatelv. Inquireat 408 Waahinxtim-st. aid) Im* t BXRlSAIN IVITUOTf MONEY.?For sale .t - a Williamsburg, - lot - in the mosi desirable part of that improving village. A heiter location for a residence in the vicinity of tins city cannot i,e found. Inquire at ihe Hall of Education, Grand-street, Williamsburg. aulii tf / iANA D? WONF1 WA > TED? V Rank of .Montreal, Montreal.2i a 3 per cent. City Hank. do.'j4 a :i per rent. People', (lank, do.a 3 per c?-iil Rank "f Briti-h N. America, Mootresl.2j a 3 per cent. Duion Rank, do. 1$ per cent. Quebec Rank, Quebec_.? :i per cent. nut tf H.GRAY A- CO. 60 Wall-st. COLOR STORK. HOlfSE, SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTING, Imitation of Wo<si. Marble, etc. PaiaU,Oils, t.'la.-.-. Brushes,etc at whole? sale and r't^il. S. SCIIOONMAKER, No. 7 Chatham Square, corner of Ka.t Broedway. New-Vork. jel-3m DOCK. Aim BUILDING STONE.?The Subscnber will dehver on hosru of .e.-ecl- a; liie Prison D,x k. Ilnck S'.one for 15 cent- per ton, and Marble Building ."-tone fcr 3* tki p?r ton. rsiates Pri-oa, Mount Pleasant, Juue 'J. Is ii jel2ftffl D U >KVMOI R. *ceBL FRENCH AND'A.YIERK A> PAPER HAKti. INliS and Borders, for tale cheap, at the L'ui.cd stut,.. pep^r Hanging and Band Box War house, 63 Caaal-sireel, near Rreadwhy, New-York. Rooms papered in the neatest rammer, aul tin JOSH I A HROWN. l'3 Cmal-streeL AX TU I L, MANTEL AND HALL LAMPS, Girandoles, Can ulir*.., Jspanned Tea-Trays. l!r^Bi!-Ba.-s.ets. in sett*, or separate, fine Table I'utlerv. a::.'. Eb^nv or Alaha-ter Clock.-; lur sale bv BEACH Si SEXTON, 114 Chatham-sL N. R. Lamp* rebronxed and repaired, coual u> new. Hilra Litnp Shad.-. Ac. om irand !?2fl-tf nAKOWAKK PAPER.?101 superfine pol i-hrd riard*are Paper received and for -:!el<y aulS Pl'.RSSK A BROOK- No 61 Liberty-t. PNGLIXB COPYING PAPER.?501 si English Copying Paper jj-t re leived ami l",r -ale in lots to sun purchasers by ' [aulSj PKRSSE A BROOKS No. fil Liberty su PROCKERV,? lOO BOWERY.-FEREITTS a. PAGE \J would call the attention of the PuMic to their extensive stock of plain and rich Gla?s. China, Ac. a:c. at their stur'e No-. 100 Bowery and 336 Graad-st- Price: moderate. aul6 1m" PRINTING PAPER.?Printing Paper, of all quahucaand sires, constantlv on hand and for sale by jvi2 PER<SE Sc BROOKS, fit Liberty st. liVDERi' BOARDS.-!" tens of issortsd numbers, for sale by PERSSE -v BROOKS. 61 Liberty-st._au!7 RED HACK ?IONEY OB all the Buk, taken at par for Dry Goods. No abjiem-nt in prices, 4r 1 Greeuwich st. aulH lm R M ED BACK .HONEY on all the Bunks taken at par for Drv Goo s. wholesale and retail, at 444 Pearl st. ajg!9 In AJNI1^ IjA II? .TIP.?500 bales for sale by aul? GR1NNELL. MINTl'RN A Co. 7* Soutli-st. BV ACK OXIDE OF MANGANESE.?2J.0?0 pounds erouiul. for sale by PERSSEA: BROOKS, ril Liberty-sL aul4 'IRE 13 RI A' KS.?2" v> i1 Eoclish Firr Brick, for sale by suit PEBSSE A BP.Ot)!iS, 61 Libertr-st. out ? I B-*!i nothinv more.*'?Hiimjoii. S3. IS41. MERCHANTS' GUIDE AND CATALOGUE OF PRICES AT SlRSILiLL'S TRO. SHIRT MAMTUT?RV. A" >o. yi> Chntham-ntreei, New-York. 4 s THERE IS .NO OTHER ESTABLISHMENT OF THE kind in this country, therefore we fe*r not cempeation fn m any t\ uurter. And no betu r proof of the cL.-apne.- of ?ur good* i* ue - i essury than this Jaci, lli^t we find sale* for then in all part, of the country. X U Morchanu from all parts, who are purchasing ih-mr j,-'x>ds at the wholesale dry goods houses, will iio w?-;i to inquire for goods of oar manufacture, as i: is scmetimea ihecas; that other kind- are k-yt by them. Catalogue of Prices. Pin ii Shirt? with Keen wristbands, warranted, at $5 50 per dozen. Shirts, linen bosoms, cottars, wristbsnds, warrantoi, .* 7 per do.-.. Po._do.do.d<.9 Do. .do.do.... I? Do.do.do.do.Id Do.do.do.do.It Uo..to.do.do.li Do.do. -to.do.13 50 Do.do.d<.do.15 Do.do.do.do.16 50 Do.dn.do.do.Is Do.do.do.do.SO All imen.do.do.do.20 Do.do.do.do.. .82 Do.do.do_do.24 Do.do.do.do.30 RulU" ....do.Uo.do.I? D.?.do.do.do.30 Do.do.do.do.25 Do.do.do.do.24 . Colored.do.do.do. 5 It.i.do.do.do Do.do.do.do. 7 50 ' Do.do.do.do.8 Do.do.do.do. 9 HUSUMS. L?sen Bosom, $1 75, 3 0ft, 325 2 50,"< 0?,4 00, 5 00, and |6 per doz. LINEN COLLARS. All Linen Collars warranted, ?t 50c, 63e, 75c. -7c, |1, I 25, 1 50, I 2 00, 2 25. 2 50 per di zee. NOTIi F.?No patronage a-k. d of those who beat do? a?and deal er* from all parts of the country may put the utmost confidence ia I m ing supplies by ui at prices sgreeiug ?iih our catalogue, iure tcsccs, F. Dana, Esq., Kew.Orleans, La. B I'. Del no, Louisville, Kv. W. s. Hall. St. Louis, Mo. P Martia, Kashsille Teen, (i. M ??re. St. Augustine, Fla. F. Oo.tre Savannah, Gen. G. Watern an. Mobile. Ala. Philip Barney, 1 ->|, Baltimore, M l. Messsre. M. Allen a. Co. Cincinnati. Ohio. Main-st Win. Hirt ar Co.,Ci ciiniati. t)bio, Fl lb->t. ?? Wm I.'. Langly, ill Piiie-.-t., X. V. " M I). Bei jain.ii A Co.. P. arl St.. X Y. ?? Lester Holm. -, ? Co. Pew! -I . X. V. Whitwell .v Sener. .Miiw?t., Boston. Wehster, Chase ,\- Co., Kilby.-t., Boston. Foarle or Talbot, Kilky-?L, Boston. C. Negrete, Mexico. MARSHALL'S Troy Shirt Depot, auggQ 3tei?d _N-?. 90 i:-.? h mi ^t? .v. w-York. ; |STd IA Kt It bkr clotu. nEALERS in this article be not deceived. If you would retain your customers, -apply them with the article which is ucknow : e Iged bv ? very con-uiuer who ha- tried it as greatly superior to auy Other. My Cloth for carriage maker's purpose*, marked A. has never ! been equaled for beauty of appearance, hardness ami durability. ' i while the I-1 Cloth, which I ,ei| from ."si to r42J cents per yard, is warranted in every respect fully equal to and generally much better ; ' than the Cloth made in the ordinary way and with the small old ; bshi.id machinery. A good supply uow on band of tn? various qualities. HORACE H. DAT, SuxceaaorU Roxbury I R. Co, auS2m 126 Maiden-lane. Horrible CALAJIli' V :?Ne:.i7v ?-?mi ove- iT.sTIb ! one ?hon short hour by the burning of the Erie': This awful destruction of human lira eanuot but f ircmiy rcniind every traveller of the necessity of providing tome safe- guard?some life-preserving article?to be always in readiness pi t ine of neeil. Aineiig the ninny thousands who travel continually on nur inland waters, how few are provided with any means of preservation in nines of sudden danger. How many of the 900 valuable lives >n recently lo?t in the ?? ill-filled Eric." tu ic Ii t have been saved by a lonely purchase of lbs India Rub her Life-Presurver or Jacket." The*- article* are fiirni?he 1 in any quantity an I constantly kepi on hand for sale at the Roxbury India Rubber Warehouse, ISM Maiden-Lane, of a very superior quality? being mads in a manner differing verv materially from that of any other establishment, and the only article to bo f?lly depended upon. aol32w HORACE m. DAY. S||, , cs.i.r to Roxburv India Rubber Co. lili Maiden lane. DROWN COTTONS?200 bules Merrimack, Lawrenee.Chi IJ copee, Nashua,Stark, Massachusetts, Uties, Hope. Coventry, and other styles of BROWN SHEETINGS, are offered for sale at the lowest market prices for CASH, by mi 17.1m O. II. LEE, 51 Cedar-si. \I E RINOS_10 cases ? I English Meriaoe*. bl iek and colored, just reeeived and for sale by <>. II. LEE, 51 Cedar ?t. nul7 :im BOU1H HURBTIIV4SS?100 bales Chesterfield Factory Brown Shootings, lor ode by aal? PKKSSE A BROOKS III Liberty -I. RUSSIA SHE ET IN*. ?5.?e*l bales, brown ami bleached, Russia Sheetings, for sale by aulfi CRINXEI.L. MINTI'KX A Co. 7- Soiith-st. uniteb .?sta l'K.?s CAP, stock, uinen~7fc OII.IT> Ml ii HAM f.d i'okv. JtillN M. DAVIES >v JONES, successors to Luke Davies St Son. Infi William-streotvcoraer of John street, New-York. ? 'jp-. Stocks, Shirts, Linen Collars,Linen Bosoms, Under Shirts and l)r?wer?, Suspenders, Hosiery, Lambs W.,wi and Merino, <JI rves, Cravats, Handkerchiefs, Oiled Silk. Patent Leather, wholesale and retail. Caps, Stocks and Shirts inarje to order. Agency for Shaker Hurt* as 1 Drawers, with a general assortment of Fancy Goodadv au7 Im " ass,. II AT TFIls' pl US II?A good asoruncnt constantly MB 'in dar.!. ,?itiTinxtlvUit prxff fir ts-il. II it Manufacturers ^2? ire pertiealarly invited to call and examine it. at 159 Pearl -treet. up -tors. SILAS DAVENPORT, jy30lm* Agent. spring fashion*?BROWN A CO."Soneijuai y and um<; price Hal Store. 17- Ciialhain -piare, coraer i Mott-st. ThO lslr-t fashion Hal- (or Ike low fiSTcl price ofgJI surpassing in beauty and style of Aaish any ever sold befon for ihe same price. In presenting these Hats to the public the proprietor.- think they have reached the ultimatum of beauty, dura? bility, cheapness aud comfort le the wearer. All sales are for cash winch precludes the necessity of charging a good castoiuir for lossos ipcurrtd by the bad. mSa-Ini* spri N<J E anii S ONj-t'heap'CVih St?r-, No." 12 'Ohatbam-st, (opposite Rosevelt-sL) WILLIAM BROWN'8 Fasbiosiable Hal and dp Store. A large mid splendid a??ort ment of Cloth and Velvet Cap., of every style und dn?:riptior. now in u-e ; also the mosi extensive assortment of Summer H?t> evei exhibited in auy Store, all of which will bo sold at wholesale and re tiol. at the lowest prices. Ut2!J-.liu* Charles iv t tson. VT HAT. CAP AMI I CR MaXI'Fai* I < (RY. ?^e' 151 Chatham .trr-t. sad 180 Bowery. au.'Itf Jph04 I.ASI ?tion. I, THOMAS m 8H, late of the corner of Carmine and nieecker?treats, do proclaim to ?I! the world, and atera par? ticularly to lb* dwellers is that part of tki? goodly city known ss GREENWICH that I nsve co!r,niei:e,;,| hu-lie"- on my owe ar coiint. st 37; Sixth Av-nue. and am preps rod to repair dilapidated aol'.t or luriii-h new undtntaniiinsi on the moet favorable terms. au2u_3r No. Ill Boii'EBV - lUblish m-tit tu New-York to ?'et bargains in the Itoot and Shoe line ; yon have only to call to be convinced. Ladies'. Ceutlemeu ?, Miases. Boys' and Cbildreas'Boots, Shaes and Gaiters, in all their variety, of my own nanufactare and warranted first rate, at ? > ice* to suit the time-. Likewise i large assortment of good country work, w hich will be sold very cheap. j;.-.><;m WILLIAM AGATE, 111 Bowery. french boots a.nu" shoes, of superior workmanship constantly or. h^nd. Gentlemen wi-nmr a goo?l article, made on Paris L-ist? by the lie t French workmen, will be accommodated by calling on HENRY CENTLIVRE, 2T51 Broailway. N. ft.?Paris made Biwts on hand and for .ale, aud In Jboots. BOOTS and shoes.?Look and read. tn*u i?H st 174 Chatham square, directly opposite the Tradesman'- Bsnk, where stands old B.i?s RICHARD'S Boot and Shoe Museum. Great, good and wsnderful?and of tn rrande?: :m":-ra Curio-Hies ot the day. All wno wi.h to see a hun? dred thousand pair of fashionable and daraWIe Boots and Shoes ex hibited it one view for sale?all who wish to see ihe largest boot ever exhibited in the known world made of Uather?all who wish U> en courace New-York. London. Pi-ru *nd Philadelphia fashions?all who wish to encourage the houe?t mechauie?all who are oppose*! to States-prt-OQ Moacpoly and who w?ar Boots and Shoes, rich or poor, are invited tc call where the i imbl- sixpence passes for the slow siul linz. and the largest boot in the world -tands at the door, at jy.U lnT BOSS RICHARDS, 174 Chatham-sqr. dunbab's Cheap 3 e and at Store, 33J ?Sawaman Bi rery, between Walk"- and Beater streets, ?*here mav be hj.1 ladies', mi-.-es' and children's Shoes and Gaiter Boots in . great varieties. Ladies' Gaiters, from $1 75 lo $2 25. jy.71 Im S""teee pens.?Mos.ev's G:t.LoTT', ard RxasBavw's Stiel Peur. Agi?>d assortment of POCK ET- BO- iKs. and oth-r goods, at wholesale. ? E. R. GILLESPfB. 19 John-?treet. auJiJ 2m* Between Broadway and NJssaass TRY-POTS-!'' ?nd ISO gallon Try-Pots, for tale by au!7 GRIXNELL, MINT CRN A CO- 78 South-st. J office no. 3 0 A n nt-3 t. VOL. I. KO. 115. S pp? ?>, KivW.l'OBK, ALBAA V AM) TBOK ?g^y STEAMBOAT LINE. .Fur t of Bertlsy-atre I The TROV.....Monday Monitor at " o'clock. *-? _ "** ALBANY.ruesday Horning at 7 o'clock. pf.oplb'8 link of ??tk A TI HO at* ?> FOR iLBAIfY. Zoe new .,.,! commodious steamboat NORTH AMERICA. Cant M. II Trttesdcll, leave* lie noaaa twmi Hi'- between Cot ? and I ami Libert) -irct-. TUESDAY AFTERNOON, August 34, at Judc-k. tor irci'lit or passage apply ,.n So-,,.; ... t? P. C SCHULTZ, at the office on the ?hart evening link <??, steamboats Leaves ibo Pier between Coortlandt end Libert* ,t.. the rteamboat SMI TH AMERICA. Ca;- . L. W. Rrainard, Tucln T ,.-.1..v .iiul Saturdaj a) . o'clock, P. M. The ROCHESTER, Capt.A-F.St John, leave, tho above pior Monday, ?% cin.-.,!.-.v .,.,! Friday, at 7 o'clock. Far passage or might; apply to I' C. sV.'.Tl.T/.. at the office, or on board. FOK MSiTKEAVMBUKV?SUMMER (.\w i v,j?, uf-v-r FOR LONG i'cuv ::, OCi v\ HOUSE, KCMSOM Hock M1DDLETOWN, AT BROWN'S DOCK A RED BANK ** pP? P?j The steamboat OSIRIS, Capt J. U. Allaire, will V-t^r'V jj_ i ' 1 '' -?? ' ' ''toe Marlest slip. East River, rvcry Honda) morning, at d o'clock; Tuesday * Wsdnesday, Th'ured i). Friday, and Sanda). it i o'clock, A. M.. ?ud Saturdaj. at 13 o'clock, noon. Returning-, leave Red Bank at half pa?t 1 o'clock, every Jay, (es cept Monday) 10 o'clock, A. M.. ai d Saturday, at t P. M". The boat will run a- J>uve until furtlo r notice, iiuvigatioa au,l we ithi r permitting. N. B.?All iVeijht and baggage si the n?k of the owners thereof._jy0 3m t. VOW ell A s'O'w. link. a-e FOB NEWBURGH, I.WHIM; IT CA ED WELL'S, WEST POINT a COLD SPRINGS'? The steamboai HIGHLANDER, Captain Robert II leave the foot of Warreo-streeI New-York, every rsday, and Saturday afternoon, at I o'clock. Returning, the HIGHLANDER will h ave Newbggjh every Uon day morciug at ti o'clock, mid Tuesday ami Friday afternoon si 5 o'clock. For freight or passage,apply to the Captain on board. N. !!.?All baggage, und freieht uf every Sc ript ion, and hill., or specie, put an board tin-boat, must be at the risk of the owner* thereof, mil.-., a loll ?I I ulinir or receipt i. lined for the Same. iv29 St wTTKACl io.\ ::: H/>i>?L FARE REDUCED !?lS) cent, to aud from liar OaHtSS^jgSfftent The proprietor embraces the cur iesi oppori i ? / a if er' pity of informing his friends and the public in geu ??r.d that he is prepared t,, run his new and splcudid Inn: of Staue? from the North American Hotel, Bowery to De W u C. Keliinger'a Harlem Roer Mansion Hen-,., regularly every half hour in the day, touching at other inn ruicdi.it- place* along the route, and making their passage through in about an hour. NjhI mid spacious apartment* arc lilted np on each end of th? route for the comfort and convenience of p..nger?. This new and well regulated line running marly double the number of trip- daily that ihe Cars do on the track, give, n adeclded advaatagi ovei tbem, ?stopping much longer each trip al Kelt nger'i and giving; passen, gers sufficient time to partake of every kind of refreshment which are always keot on hand und served up III the bust possible manner, im term.- suitable in the time.. Uowerv und While II ill Stag"* run as usual every rive minute* during the day. jy I 6in J. MURPHY, Proprietor. long 1*1.AIMO ItAll. koad-The trains upou this ?ve Brooklyn at half pan IS ?A. M . hall pa?i I ami half pa,I li P.M. for ike several Village* ou ihe line when stages and convey nin e, are In readme** to convey passengers to the Sound side und to the Hay and Ocean. The tram- return si 7 A. M. and quarter past 2 P. M., and hall past 5 P. M. from Jamaica, affording lime to visit and due at the Marino Pavilion It Rocka way ami other attractive place., of resort, ami return the -ante evening to town. uul2 if fcsg^ NAVV^AT?ON ^T^m ??'" t'OTII'AlVY. ?iSinein-ma rs , tssSsl COMBINING THE OLD NEW-YORK AND OHIO LINE, NEW - YORK LIN E. AM) I TK 'a AND BUFFALO LINE. THE above Compan) are prepared in receive and forwunl FREIGHT AND PASSENGERS WEST to all Port* on tho Erie Canai, Lanes Huron and Michigan, ami on the onto and Wa ha-h and Erie Canals, on the most favorable terms. Families emi? grating west, and Merchants will tmd u to tlu-ir advantage to call at their Office, 108 Broad street ASteamboai will start daily at ft P.M. from ihe foot vfCorllandl street ami three Cjl.iI Boat, of a superior chu* wiU be started dail) from Albany. For Freight or Passage ap? ply to NOAH COOK a CO. lOrl Broad street, N. Y. o. M. TOMLJNSON i CO. Albany, N. Y. JAMES CHAPPELL a Co. Rochester, N. Y E. s. BEACH, do. a R. CURB A. CO. Buffalo, N. V. - Proprietors, AGENTS. COBB, OAT.MAN a CO. Cleveland. Ohio. DAVIS a SMITH. Portsmouth,Ohia HoRR, WEBB a CO. Detroit, Michigan, alti-tf BRISTOL 4 PORTER, Chicago, Illinois. ROf'KAWAY pavilion?Trains leave Brooklyn at half-past 9 ?. M., half-past I and balf-pasl 0 P M Returning*, leave the Pavilion at 7 quarter-past 3 an I >piarter-pa>t ?I for New-York. Stranger, will find ?t (hi. Wstenug Place lue com forts and ease of a private residence, with ihe elegance aud reSne. ineiit of the mo?i princely establishment on the Continent of Europe. an 12 tf tough beards! PLEASURE IN SHAVING by the use of CHAPMAN'S I MAGIC RAZOR strop, with which every person ma) keep hi. razor in perfect order, whether at sea or on land. It present* four faces, each of different sharpening properties,commencing with the metallic Hone, of ten time* the power of tho ordinary hon?, ami fiiii.him oh the >imple calf-skin. Retail price. Ts) cenl-, 75 cent., $1 on, $1 25. and $1 Ml each, according to size and outward finish. The performing part of a 75 cent Strop the .sue- a- one at $1 50, I CHAPMAN, 193 v. illlam st N. B. The performing part of ray 75 cent* Stop warranted to ln> superior to Geo. Saumlers' bc?t. at 4d each, and the money returned if ihe purchaser he dissatisfied. jv3n U'OODK.N AND WILLOW WARE.- 1 under signed offer for sale at waolesale and retail, Brooms, Tubs, Pail*, Brushes, Mat-, and Baskets of i very description. Cords, Cor dagi, i'ompiIsing a general a-.or'nient. and idlers?) for stile low by MEEKER A .-IIAH P.I5 \Va-niagton -t aul7 I mi opposite the .Market. 8A RATOGA WATER, from the iod.Spring.-The lo DINE SPRING coi.t un- much more Iodine and Carbonate of Magnesia than say other fountain, consequently i* the most powerful alterative and nperieut It is highly charged with Carbonic Gass which renders it a pungent and de.bgktlul drink. A. A KBLLOGG, O* aar, Saratoga Spa. Sold st wholesale and retail in New-York by A. It. A I?. .??ud.. druggist*, 7U and inn Fulton-.i; at retail by David Sand* ft Co. 77 East Broadway; J. R. CbiltOO, 983 Broadway; Millisa. 1-1 Broadway; sie. um. corner of Broadway aud Cnambersart; Souillard .f Del 1 ic, 581 Bre ula iv, 2 Park Ro* . Rushtoa i Aspinwall, SO WUIiam-st; I?r Milnor, lu:t Broadway; Uart.978 Broadway, Ring.644 Broadway Dodd,642 Broadway; Coggesball, t'-l Pearl -t: BUliogfl A Rosenmu |er. ^11 Hleecker st; Hill, 308 Grcenwich-st; Jennings A Bennet, 168 Greenwich-st; Burger, 50 Cortlandt-st; Rotten, 198East Broadway, uut Im_ ?PERAlWNS on the teeth, ST SEYMOUR WHITING A" LINE* PRATT, Demtiuta. SEYMOUR WHITING would respectfnUy inform his friends and tbe public ihai he -nil continue* at his old Staad. No. 03 East Broadway; snd. having ;i.-?o..ialed himself in pariaer-lup with Dr. LINUS PRA IT, lliev trt reiuly to uttcad to all who iiesd tiieir pro? fessional services. Tse public may be assured that eJl operation. ia their profemion will be performed ou the most approved plan. Arti? ficial i'eet?, from one to a full -el. inserted 'n the mo-t -e:- ntitic rtian uer, and <)n as favorable terms as at any o'.krr office. Whole sets 10 serled on the old UmOaohl rn., or ihe n'W *;>prsrveil patent atmo'-pheric pls:i. wmrh obtained ihe premium at the Fs.ir of the Aaienean Insti tuie iast year, and as well as can be done in this city. Teath plugged with gold, tiu foil, or cement, as circumstances may rc;sire Nerves of Teeih destroyed without pain, aud in most cases tije Tooth tib-ctuaHy pre.er.ud fjy filling. An lufalliblc cur - for the Toothache. N. B. Messrs. WHITING* PR.VIT will instruct one or two young men in tne art uf lienli.-trv, on reasoanWe te.rms. REFERENCES. His Honor Chancellor Wal worth.) Prof Wm. Tally. M. I?. M. U North, M. DnSara, Spring-.'Rev. Nathaniel Pratt.Geo-gla. Wul. W. Minor, M. D. ] ? y , Samuel C. Ellis, M. D. Rev. Hriirr G. Ludlo*'. Wru. N. Blaketnao, M^. D. Jcha Miller, IL D. ?<l/,l>hen Brown. M 1). Ie5-im Jarcd Linslev, M. L). Prof. Pe^nj. Silliman, m: I). LL. D.] Prot Jonathan Ki-ignl, M. V. Prof. Caarle. II. Shet.ard. M. f> R?LLEI) (iE KM A S 61L V E R. T.AMES G. MOFFETT. 121 Priace-rueet ne?r Woo.ier. would par si ucularly call the attention of ?f<i~>re U*?l?r. and Mar.iiuclurers to his superior artic e of German Silver, which he offers tor sale whole ?ele and retail, of all thicknesses. fnd warrants it eq-aal to any. either Foreign or flo.uestic. for clor and -d.o-.a. a22-rf_ KOI.I.KD **lt Pi'ATER*' BRA**. PIU-JT RATE article of Kniled aud PIat.r? r\r?**., ein aiway? ke A found at JAMES G. MOFFET. 121 Prince -ireet near Wooster ?t the lowes? market prices. Likewise, a very superior ?nicl? Ol Pooiser's Brass._ HE.iTtII><i COPPER?ICai case. English Sheathing , Sheathing Copper, fom 14 to ^2 oz. for ?ale hv ,uln GRlNNrLL. MINTL'RN A C? '"???nJ?_ ART IN \V7 ETI TI ON if iseep* oonstai - af BRASS 4GERMAN 8ILVER Casting*, ?' No: W Sprue?, strreei. J?01350 s 5tf