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Political, &c of Ser mm? be delivered I.. Clergymen visiting our City. Ar. will lie con- ; ?Irasatly published iu The Tribune (if not exceeding six line*) for , inserti in. Wt H E T R I B v N E , JCEW-YORK, Tl ESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 24 u/rstrru >?????-Vorl; Tcnipcrituce?Funeral Hon? or* to Revolutionary Ui-mhs, <Jroi>?, ?rc. Correspondence of The Tribune. Rochester, August 1!', 1841. //. Grecley, Esq.: The.Delegation from the Reformed Drunkards of Baltimore, who have keen laboring in this ?lace with great success during the week past, closed their ?t?v among ns yesterday, after addressing an immense .Mass Meeting i" Washington Square. Notices of the Meeting ? ,'iail l"-f>" circulated in i lie* country for one or two days pre? vious but, notwithstanding the shortness of the warning, the I Fanners and their families seemed to have turned out en masse. The procession, which formed at the Court House. wa< variously estimated at from lour to eight thousand. My own opinion is that there were more present than ut the Gteal Win;; Gathering last Fall, which was calculated to exceed sir thousand. Nothing, could surpass the enthusiasm displayed on the occasion. The ladies joined in the pto cession to " man, (excuse the miserable pun,) bearing aloft the significant banner, ' Total Abstinence, or So Hus? bands!' The Beauty and Fashion of the City, with jreut numbers ofintelligent and healthy-looking Farmer's daughters from the country, honored the occasion with their presence. Addteases wer?; delivered on the ground by Messrs. Wright ami Pollard from Baltimore, and by the Father Mathew of Western New York?Rev. B. O'Reilly?and other gentlemen from Orleans and the neighboring Counties. The vote by ivhii h the immense audience, composed of the ' rli'c of the ladies and gentlemen of Monroe and the adjoining districts, pronounced their resolution to nlotain from every thing that ens intoxicate, was overwhelming. It was the voice of the People, nml from the People's own mouth,?not expressed through Representatives or Delegates, but by themselves, in the majesty of their primary assemblies. The multitude dispersed, with renewed ardor i* the Cause ofTetnperance. Over three hundred signers to the Pledge were obtained on the ground, though hut slight efforts were made to procure names. During the stay of Messrs. Wright and Pollard among u-. it is estimated that over 1500 names have been obtained to the Total Abstinence Pledge. Be assured, the Cause of Temperance i? destined to go on ' con? quering and to conquer. On Saturday next, the remains of Lieut. But n, who wu? killed in the early frontier wars with the Indians, nml whose body is lo he removed from a neighboring County, will be in? terred in the cemetery at MOUNT HOPE. A procession is lo !>e formed ut 111 o'clock, A. M. which will escort the remains tu the ground, where it is expected that Addresses will !?? delivered by Col. Stone of your City, Gov. Seward und others. The bolls will I?' tolled and cannon fired ut intervals during the ceremony, which it is anticipated will be very im? posing. Gov. S>.w sro is expected to review the Military in the evening. The Vein MESSAGE was received hen- by your paper this morning, and public opinion has hardly had time as yet to settle down into any definite appreciation of its merits or probable consequences. The Locos are chuckling, and the Whigs anticipate a storm. Meanwhile, the news from Wash ington will he looked for with greai interest. The omission on the pin t of the President to suggest a pltiti of a Bank which he would approve has excited much surprise. It is not known that, should Congress pass Mr Ewing's bill pre cisely as originally offered, the President would ?ie.ii it. All is doubt, uncertaintj and despondency. We fear the Whig battle will have to be fought over agaiu. Crops, as far as 1 can ascertain, promise n tolerably fair average, and prices remain firm. Fruit of all kinds will be abundant in this region. Yours. A Subscriber. Correspondence i f The Tribune. Kxiraii afs letter to the Editor dated New Oxlcsms, Aug. II. The City vet remains healthy. There were fifty-seven deaths last week ; the week before there were eighty-six. There have been five fatal cases of the Yellow Fever, hut they have excited no sort of alarm. The disease hus no1 assumed an epidemic form, nor i- it believed that it will, by those w ho claim to know the climate best. the Market remains devoid of interest?prices ol Cotton unchanged. The accounts respecting the Crops from the iu terioi are, generally exceedingly favorable. New-York asd Ciuk Railroad.?Wo have seen seve? nd statements, lately, of the progress of this work w hich are incorrect?at least as far as the Susqiiehanna Division is concerned?ami we have therefore taken pains lo ascertain its present condition, and prospects, so that the public may (arm a correct idea of the time of its probable completion. The whole road i- divided iutu five divisions and each di? vision has its Commissioner. Gen. S. P. Lyman, is the : Commisstoncr-in-Cbief, having the supervision of the whole; '1 iiomas A. Johnson, Esq., of Coining, is Commissioner of tho Susquehanna Division, which extends from Biugbamton to HortttdjsvUle, 117 miles, nml Francis Bloodgood, Esq., is Commissioner of the central division extending from Bing harnten t? the mouth of Calicoon Creek. The Susquehanna Division is contracted to be finished by the Ith of July 1842. and it will he done. Already are the piles driven over 60 miles, and eight machines, continually employed, each driving ?v,., a mile per month, are rapidly completing the remainder. The su|HTsttiK-iiire is now about being laid, and the mils will be put down us fust as they are i.-.eiv.d. The Contractor-, have just advertised for 500 ad- i diUonal hands, ami the most vigorous measures have hern ' adopted t<> accelerate the completion of the work. The : Western Division, under the charge of Major Brown, will be. graded during the next season. The work is done iu the most substantial and permanent manner, und lit :i less expense than any other road in the United Stute?. The Commissioners on the Susquehanna and Central Division ate men ot talent, energy and enterprise, and devote their whole time to their respective duties. The : Contractors on the Susquebanna Division, Messrs. Man row and lligginbothuw, are men of great experience and abiiitv, n?<l will no doubt romplcio their contracts within the time ?pecilied. On the whole, the work is progressing with great rapidity, arid the public may rest assured that in the autumn of 1343, \ the road will lie traversed with ear- from the Hudson to the Lake. Since the above wa? in type, we learn that the Board of Directors have extended the Central Division to this place, &"d have appointed Gco; B. lion man, Esq Chief-Engineer. [Oswego Advertiser. " I desire yon to understand the true pr LYCEUM \ ILI.AfiE. The Stockholden ol" the Lyceum Village re.i,hug in Ne i -York met oil Thursday everting last, at No II Amity-street, and called S. W. 8 Eton to the Chair, and appointed H. L.Webz Se-retary. Rev. H. 0?SnELDOMi Secretary of ike Company owning the Village, tuen ?ade u statement of the progress, nperationi and prospects uf tr.? stitutioa. Mr. Holhrook followed Mr. Sheldon in presenting to the m?"ling two principle, which were fundamental in the School, viz ProJue tire Indmtni in connection with study, and i'.ijfiisiii? KntvcXtigt li? the best mode of acquiring iL it appears that ? reralyonng men con? nected with the School, accord.og to their ou. u testimony, nnke in -re rapid and more thorough advancement m tlieir studies than they ever did or ever could ia a situation where they -hoi?d do no work ; ? hile the/earned by their trades more than their whole expense?board, clothe-, books slid tuition. They have al-o fully proved that daily and syst? matic effort for diffusing knowledge over the globe, is the most certain aud the most ? Hit Mal mode ? fprom tin:' tiir.r own iin provemenL Afier answers an I explanations were r:>' n by Mr. S. and Mr. II. to various questions presentrJ by the gentlemen present the following resolution, offered bj O. IV. Morris was Bonnimou?ly adopts ! Resotvtd, That, from a full an I inti reStil g it lU in in made to ihi? meeting, itiey feel full confidence in the good manag uneni a el organ ixatioa of the < osapany thus fir. acd that they highly approve ol ike t urn i, praclii i! principle? of the School no* in operation, aud of the Trustees to m?W<- Berea a neat < f sell nee, and slso i strictly le i pe ranco village, making that a conditiou ol all ike deed* sod leases of tbaproperty. W. SETON, Chairman. Ii. I.. Webb, Secretary. [?7* Hon. VVm. Cost Johnson, Whig, and Hon. Frani is Thomas, Opp. have mnde arrangements, by rcspiest of their respective friends, to address the citizens of each < lotihty in the State in company. They commence August ami close Oct. 4, opening the debate each daj at 2 P. M. They air able ami spirited debaters. The noise made in the Loco-Foco papers about " an insult to the President" is unwarranted. A few low rowdies went and groaned under his windows the night after the Veto, while another set were ?'burying the Hunk." The Presi? dent cared nothing for either set; but the citizens of Wash? ington are deeply mortified. ?LT" The frigate Congress was launched nt Norfolk on ?Monday last. She is 190 feet long, 50 feet beam, and measures 1700 tun?-. New Scibntifk Discovert.?A friend on board tin ?. S. frigate Constellation, mentions that the views of Lacaille relative to the shape of the earth, have Keen coi firmed by the observations of lire Royal Engineers, tlesays: We grow wiser every day. We know that the earth is not round, but a spheroid ; if the result- of lire present measurement ol a meridian turn out as is expected, thej will r." t" prove thai the earth is nut a i'i'r/i it sj>hcrniil. Lot thai iherc is n differ? ence in the figure of the Northern and Southern Hemis pheies. Lacaille measured theurc of a meridian in France, also at the Cape id" Good Hope, and found that the length of a degree was as great in latitude 'M degree* south as in 45 degrees north. As Lacaille's measurements were not con? ducted with much accuracy, the discrepancy was referred to the error of the observer. The recent measurement, which was conducted with great precision, ami mi the same ground which Lacaille measured, has thus far gono t?> prove the the former measurement correct. I am indebted for this in? formation to CapL Henderson, of the Royal Engineers. ( Boston Atlas. EN G R A V I NG 0 N WOO l>. Done in tin' neatest inuuuor, cheaply and expediliously, at the oi pice or i nr. mew would, 30 ann-m beei , By MARX HAttT. Apply to the Kdilor or Publisher ot' the New World. BaSJ if UIOION IVKITBKO0K, :17 AND 49 BOWERY, SEW YORK. wholesale am? b'.tail dealvbs i: l-'oreio,n IVJneat, Liojuora, Blnvaiiii aud Principe Cigar*. Groeera, Hotels, Taverns, Poriur-House* and Couiitrj Merchants supplied on reasonable lenns for ca-li or appruveil papn . ail'JI' ALVBED KOACBI, CONSTABLE AND COLLECTOR, MAKES OUT AM> SLRVKS LaXDLOBOS' WaBBANTS, Agent for Letting Houses, &c. Oilier?nt ?Inl ine Court. House, No. 43 Boekman-st. su!7 1m W. It. At H I T > ? V cV <' O ., IMrOETEBS ol' ami oealkbs l\ HARDWARE, CUTLERY A HOUSE-PI RMsIIING IRTICLES, au5 16,'t Clin tlmm-si., near Janu s. im vnr^tjirir'^ l~ r.~s FIRST PREMIUM ITBREO T V P hl F ii I' N IS SC V . No 183 Fulton-aL (fourth -tors i New-York. jel9 if J A M E M B . fi W A B N . I? II i N T E \l, Hi JOIIN-ST ?THIRD STORY. j. it tf SUPERIOR WHITE LE ?I?. For sale h t the O fll co of TB1IC BKOOai.I.Y.\ WHITE LEAD COMPANY, No. in;.' Kroxt-st., N. V.. and No. 65 Fboxt-st.. SaeoKi vx, I.. I. atS3 S. B. White Lead. Oils, Colours. Ac, for sale . above, if I'HUTOtatAI'iStl i,U?:'..\[><<|.;s. By tin- Daguerreotype Process. iTI. D. Vau Loan. aacceasior to A. M. Woimii, UrfER Stort oj Granite Uuilding, Corner of Broadway and Cbambers-tt, (eatrance in Chambers) n. Y J2T" Likenesses taken from 7 A.M till suudown, in any, kind of urea- '? ther?Clear. Cloudy, or Rainy Ru9-.lm DUTCllER, UV.\ SuLTiS ?\ PLTl% Allunitrs, Solicitors n\A Counsellors. CMS, N... H . -J.' i New.Vork. > **";'.:>1 ??". Mcrchjiiis bxebange, s - J. n. Ri . ?>??..> Wall-etreeL ) mS7-tf (O. IL Platt. l..t( U.tU.t.\A < ?>%?.. rpiIE DELAWARE A ill DSON CANAL COMPANY iranoa rr I ceiviag into their Yards Lackawaaa Coil fresh from the Mines, srhieh thoj oiler to their Customers a.el the public at lue following reduced ern e. Kgg and P.rol,eu.$~ 06 per ton delivered. Stove and Furnace.-7 1*1 do ri > Small Nut.? 00 dr. Jo Vard? corner of Beach and Went, Ring and Qrcoawicb, and Mont? gomery and Monroe-streets, where orders ?nl !??' received. Also at their Hank, comer cf William and Piuo-Strcets, where contracts will be ?iade for cargoes delivered .: Rnndout. )oSs3m PEACH OK( IIAKU COAL.?The I daily receiving their supply of best Red Ash Poach Orchard Coal, broken, egg sad nut sixe, which they will sell in lots to suit purchasers, at the lowest market rat-... AI-j, Wim.: Ash, Lin i,ioo! ?ud Virginia Coals. auI-J if WARD A BROWNE, (late Anderson A Ward.) corner of l.v.glii and \\ ashingtl u--;-. j fVEKPOOI. COAL APLUAT.-AON discharging * a from slop Harvest, foot of Chrutophur sir. et,go d article of coarse Orrell, for family use. a:5u. Peach Orchard, Lebigh and I.? k awani, from l.oal or yard, as lew asanx in ihcriti. J. PERBELL, aul" Iw_ Corner of Hudson and Amos-sis. LOCK MANUFACTORY. '20t CENTRE STREET, (Opposite Hesiei street ri^ 11E sub-^rit^'r wishes to inform the public he has commenced I man ufsctu ring LOi Ks for -tore- an i dwell in t>< with such ud- : vaatagos a?"to" enable him to furakh a pixst bate abticlk 15per i cut. ies? than ?ny otissr maher ia tbacity. Persons wishing to por chu.-e wi I Sad it to their advantsso to call and exnm'i'.' be ore pur? chasing elsewhere. [an83In?*J CHAS. C. CAhPENUER. IMPROVBD APPARATU1 i ?i Wwdow Shades.? Lawson's Patent Balance Pulley?The pu!''ic are respectfully in? vited to cull and exiiniiie this article, it having many valuable pro parties beyoud any thing for the same purpose yet off! n M. Wi KINO, Patent Chair M .k r. jy-it 4"H Broadway. Agent for t!u? improvement. JtSSIN U AKW ?* K. GOLD and Silvsr Refiner, Assayer and Smelter, No. 13 Joha-stroet ?Assaying and .Melting do^o at the shortest uulice. Uid tlold aad -silver aud Bosikbiuder- Kags koughl aHd mellev ; Hilders skew iu?is a?rf 0jd nhrurT houcbt._jej>-:?.-n aUI !.?*?.?The subscriber respectfully begs leave to inlorai his fn-nils and the pubfc that ne ha? on hand, and is coustautly re? ceiving, larcn invoices of Uudls. which tie offers for sale at redoes 1 prices,wholssaleand retail: Country inorclunts would do ?eli to call, before purchasiug slsewheru, al jo? if A. McKEACHIN?'S, 355 Pearl-sL iuriplr? of the Go rem rar ct. I v*i?h them carried )KK, TUESDAY IVO RIVING, AUGUST mmwMmwMjtewgiMWtMwttem ..- ? ... ? nmnm sjrssssmsmi BOOKS, STATIONERY AND PAPE? H?XGIXGS!!! KT To Country Dealer*.?Tbi ly <iu hand a: their s;..rc. No. 1 .}*?> Pi arl near Wall -t. a .-i.13 plete assortment of School, CussCAVand MisCELLa.v rocs Books of the latest and most approved editions, which they otf rupon the nm-: reasonable terms for CASI1 or City Acceptances ; alio BLANK BOOKS sod STATIONERY of .very variety, to which the* invite tor attention of Merchants * bit .ag the City to make their Fail purchase.. ACCOUNT !'?? >1KS ruled to any pattern, and made to order, of the best mat, rial, and in superior style. V FRENCH and AMERICAN PAPER HANGINGS, BORD? ERS, tic of Ike (afrsl pattern.' and ?as. COLORS, inited 10 the Country Trade, for sale .it Mannfacturerr' Prices. i.' Merchants and Deal, rs from the Country arc requested to tal and examine their ????rk of goods. N. P.. School-, College* ami Librarf- supplied upon the most tat*? eralir-n,;.. BAKER, CRANE St ?... Wholesale Booksellers and Stationer,, nnd Dealers in Paper Hangings, No. I.\- Pearl at. anlll Im (Sign of the ?? Le.lgc-.~l .Vw-York. 'mar Wall -t.) \ Kitt ?ALE -Tht house snd lot 143 HouiiTon-st, -* eond block from the Market, and a short ?'istance from the ferry?being 31 bj 40 feel A first rat* stand for business, con- ! sisting of ? large conveuient store, 11 rooms, basement, cellar*, coal le u-, Ao . all complete. Price. >."i.'s il Apply a- a! o.e. aiillilin" ?To LET, The third ?tory ,.f the rear building No ?? Ann-sUeeu L one of the best Rooms in the city lor a Printing olicc, or as, light business, hi i:ig lighted on three si.le.. Ren: $150. Apply to ?39 tf H. uREELEY, or J. WINCHESTER. M Aun-st. MOFFICE TO LET. T ic splendid Basement Rooms in the Merchants' Exchange corner of Wall and Hanover-streets. Apply to Mr. Pearson dfice id' the Company, comer Hanover and Exchange Place, or U Hi* tf J. WINCHESTER, 30 Ann-street jyri. A PIKi.lt HOVMK .i Hartem to~be let ontheSd jjjJ|B av.-nue, corner of lo.l.l -tri.i t. Inquire ut I l'i Boaer. Rcnl *? |,.w. anil Im* Xc? WII.LfA"fl!!lRUR?U PROPERTY OF. SJjff FICE, No 1 Ann-street, New York.?Persoi - wishinc to pur id,..- will do well to call. Some nice Cottages for sale; also, Ruilding Lots. _aulO I in* ?-?. TO LKT?\ large room with a ?null ..lii.e nt'acli ris8 the second floor, No. 59 Nas.au -t. suitable for a llair-dn j or i'ailoriog business and possession given immediately. Inquire of au23 lw A. GUDFREY, np -lair.. TO LET?A large bgh I room at :t-7 H.rv. In.u.ie ..u T;:: the premise*, or of T Hyslop, 311 Broomc st anil 1w' v.'. CITY PROPERTY OFFICE, for buying, selling j?Land exchanging City Pr.rty.al No 1 Ann -i. aulO Im' V- BOO.'US TO LET?A r..?;. ami bed-iihim with el ?? pantries. Ac. suitabl ? for a .mall family. Al.o. oue I irge room extraordinarily ?eil lighted, suitable f?r a work?Imp. Inquire on the premises of JOHN LoCKE. in tear of III Ann-si. au.- Im DRUG SI ORE FOR S l LB.?For -.!?? the - ii Drugs, Medicine*, Furniture, Fixtures, Ac. of the -tore 0 "Broadway. The present proprietor ha. occupied the above stand for upwards of sixteen years, snd now oflnta the stock for sale on account ofdeciinnic hejlih. 'I he ..(me i> to lei, ui.d immediate possess on given. Apply on the premises tu sun ? ? M. LANGSTAPF Jz*A 'I'O LET?The spacioua five story building No. a I U.iiia Broadway, corner of Lluane-street, and mat be occupied a. ^*?(nin e, fur professional gentlemen and tho.fthe fine arts, or for lodging rooms. The Rooms will be lei a. follows, viz: The Basement Room. ?<-l| lighted, 21 feet on Broadway by 10" feel on Duane-Street a! |500 per year, with a good cellar. The Stora on Broadway, 50 feet deep, $000 per year, also u Room ill the rear of the ailore, fronting on Duane.street, Ml feet deep, al $300. There art. three entrance, lothis Room fr?m Duanc-st. Second Story. Room No. 42, on Broadway, ?1 feet b> l' feeu...$150 per year. ?? 41, 8? " - IS '?-Sl-'5 ?? ?? " 4M, 15 " " lj " _Slilo ?? " 39, 1"> " " 15 " _*lo0 ?' " " " 14, and a room ad'g 90 ?? " 90 " _*iSu M ?' Third Story. Room No. 37, on Broadway, 14 feet by it feet. ...Ali, per year. '? " 35, 8 " '? I- " $75 '? ?' " 34, 13 " " 15 " _f;-s'> ?? ? " 33, 15 " '? 10 " .... SJ7? " ?' " " 31,and3room?ad'gl5 ?? ?? I." " ...Sin. ?? 99, rJ " " 19 " .... $75 ?? " " " S3, II " " 8 " .... $65 " " ? ? 27. 8 ?? ?? t '? _$00 " " " "20, B " " el " .... $6.1 ?? " Fourth Story. Room No. 94, on Broadway, 11 " " 14 " .. > Includiag a room adjoining, 8 " " 10 " .. ) P* )lu " 92, and a room ad'g II '? " I I " -$75 " " ?? 21, 7 ?? ?? in ?? _$50 ?? " " * ?, 12 ?? ? l? ?? _$05 " " " " 18, and a room ad'g lu " " 14 " .... $7d *? " " " 16, and a room ad'g 14 ?? - 14 ?' .... ">7.?i " ?' l3> . v: " lS " -i j *-ci ?? ?? With 2roomsadjoining, each 7 " '? 7 " .. J Fifth Stone. Room No. 7, 15 " " 11 " _ $59 " ' s, ft " " lu " .... $95 " " '? ?? 9, and a room ad'g 15 " " II ?? ? $.'cJ ?? '? " 11. !? '? " 12 '? _ $96 " " ?' o ^ in .. .. |-, .. .... gj3g .. .. ?? 12, 10 " ?' If. " .... -jC': " " " " 4, 8 " " 1? '? _$26 " " X . Ii.12 ?' .... $96 ?' " >' ?? S, 12 ? ?? 14 ?? .... $3!. 1. 12 ?? " 14 ?? _S:tt? ?? '? P. S.?There is a fine, spacious entrance lo all the above rooms from Broadway. For further particulars apply to J. K. ISELTON, I ?:<> Broadway; or the whole will lot to one tenant, if desired. aul.l tf FOR SALE?Or exchange for productivi Ciy Proper ly?A Farm of 53 icr.-., iitu ited in Huntington Township, L. "L, it mile- from North port from which i itcamboat plies toaud fri m New-York twice a week. Good buildings, good 'sat-.r. Ac. ic. For full particular* inquire of E. W. WOOD. - I Rivington -'.n't POR MALE?A farm n the town of Sinithtowu in Suf fa Ik County, near the village ol Comae, consisting of iwoliuu . died acres, about iln.n of which are timber and .pom- land, ill.- rem under < lesred ami '.in ler a goud stale of ciiltivutioa. I In tin premises are a good dwelling house, two b un-, ci ib an.! wagon-bou-e, with ii well .J wa'er near (he d< or. Al.o. a good young Orchard with n variety of eher rj sod other fruit trees. Possession can be had to suit the convenience of the purchaser. For particulars applj lo Mr. Smith Woodhull, 907 Fr?at-stroet, or (he snbscriber on lb, premi ai.lt Im" DANIEL SMITH. .'ACA.vr I.O S' TO LET-No.203 and 310 Fianh > Possession immediately. Inquire a 40S Wa?hingtou-*t au.'. Im* DOCMAWAY PAVILION Train* leave I:.ilyu .. I\ half-past '.i ?. M . half-past 4 and balf-pael 6 P. M. Returning, leave the Pavilion al 7, quarter-past ?.' and quart*r-p**l 4 forNeW'Yorlt Strangers will rind .,t this Watering Place the com fort* aud ease of a private residence, with the elegance and refine? ment of the most princely establishment on me Coutiuoai of Europe. anl?tf CANADA HONEY tVlMED ( Rank .,i Montreal, Moatreal.94 a3 per cent City Bark. do.a% a3 per cent P. opli 's I'.at.k. do.3} a 3 per c ut. Rank of British N.America, Montreal.'...?1 ail percent UuionBank, do. 1} per cent Uuel>cc Rank, Uucb.'c.9Ja3 per eenL Kal if II.GR IY A ?'(.'. 60 vYall-st ROLLED AND PLATE IW' BIJ A?..->. \FIRST RATE artich of Roiled and Plat.-rs Bra--., can always be found at JAMES Ii. MOFFET, 121 Prim , street, near Wosi-ler, ^t tho lowest aaikol price*. Likewjfo a very superior art.cla of Cooper's Bras*._a? tf rt'i.c.Si - i'Oiii:. HO!-'Si'.. SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTING, Imitation of Wood, Marble, etc. Paints, OBs, <ib?s. Brashes, etc. at whole? sale and retaiL S. 8CHOONMAKER, No." Chatham square, comer nf East Broadway. New-York. jeUlm DO CR ?ND BUILDING .HONE- The Sub :riber will .'ri.ver on board of vessels at the Pri-on Dock, Dock stone for 15 cenu per tou. and Marble Puildiug Stor.e for Us 6?i p*r tou. St:.tc- Prison. M.uut Pleasant Jane 9, ISC |, |0 ,-,? Ii. I.. SEVMOt'R. AgeaL FRENCH AND A VI ERIt A.*s PAPER HANG? INGS and Bort'. rs, for-ale cheap, at the Cuilad Slate- Psp, r Hanging and Band Box Warehouse, 03 Caaal-street near Broadway, New-York. Rooms papered in the neatest manner. anCSm JOSHI A BROWN. &*?Caaal.Mrert \ STEAL, MANTEL AND TLA LL LAMPS, Girandoles, Candel abras. Japanned Tea-Travs. Bread-Basket.. in setts or separate f.n? Tabio Cutlery, and Ebony or Alabaster Clocks ; for sale by BEACH A SEXTON, 114 Chatham-sL N. R. Lamps rehronred aud repaired, equal to new. Extra Lacp Shads*. Ac on hand._j?39-tf ; ARD AVA RE PAPER_Kk) reams of superfine [h>I ?shed Kardware Paper received and for -ale by sul- PEP.SSE Si BROOKS No. to Liberty -t. nNGCilJSlI COPYING PAPtK-ream- .?.1.e-,..r li Euglbih Copying Paper tust reeeivedrand for-ale in lot* to mil purchasers by ' [auti?! P'CrtSSE a KRO?>K-s V.. ?-t l.i. n> -t PRINTING PAPE R.?Printing Paper.of all quabi-csaud sizes, constantly on hand aud for sale by jyil PE&SSE A. BEOOK3..61 Liberty st. ml?-T csli nothfa-f inorr.',-f.,ij?;:oi. ?1, i^iS. J NEW FAI.I (.O0O<< AT THE NEW-YORK CASH TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT, Hi Fultou-st eet, near Broadway. We would invite the attention of our fr..*?,!- tad the public to a large and well selected assoruntnt of superfine Cloths, Cassiroerea and Vesting*, suitable for the tumroer and fall wear. Gentlemen ar rii::ij in the city can b-- furnished with a full -uit in it hour-, at sating of at least 10 per rent, from Broadway prices. Strict punctuality observed it: tilling orders. I'a-h mi !. tit cry,and no .-.batemeut in prices; 1'. S.?The cutting department is -till under tii- sups riutendence of Jlr. yi. (i ij lord, whose Mrvii es have bees too well appreciated by a fatbiouabm public t" need any comment. Particular attentioa paid to cuiiiug pants. au.i if 1.C. BOOTH, Agent. INDIA R?BKER l'LOTHi PVEALERS in this article be not deceived. If you would retain ? " your customers, siij ply them with the artii Is which i- acknow? ledged by every consumer who has tried it a- greatly ?uperier t > any < t!.er. .Mi rio.h for carriage iu..ker's purposes, marked A.bssnever been equaled for beauty of appearance, hardness and durability, while the 4-1 Cloth, which I sell from 50 to S2J cents per yard, is warranted in erer) respect fully erpral to and generally much better than the ri.ii'i made ui the ordinary way and with the snsall old fashioned machinery. A good supply now o.i haad of th? various ipuhtie.. HORACE iL DAT, Successor la Roxbury I. R. Co.. auS -in 126 Maideu-Iane. H?stBI?LE L'ALAMirV !?Neatly i ? . one short short hour by ih burning of the Erie !! 'I'm. an ful destrui tion of human life cannot but forcibly remind every travel er of the necessity of providing some safe-guard?ome life-preservi f artii le?to be always in readiness in t me of nerd. Among the many thousands .who travel continually on our inland waters, howfeware provided with any means of preservation in rimes of sudden danger. How many "f thi 300 valonblc lises so recently lost in the ? ill-fated line." might have been saved by a timely purchase ?f the India Rub? ber Life-Preserver or. Jacket." These articles.are furnished in ant quantity an I constantly kepi mi band fur sale at the Roxbury India Kubh r Warehouse, I-'" Maiden-Lane, ofa very superior quality? being mads in a in inner differing vert materially from th.n of any or.er establishment, and the only article to be fully depended upon, sul lj.. Hull ICE H. DAY, Sil ccssor to Roxbury India Rabbi r Co. I2G Maiden bine. F*"> BO VPN COTTONS' ". - Herr.k, Lai renee.Chi > copee, Nashua. Stark, Massachusetts, Utica, Hope. Coventry. and i.ih. r stvl.f IHtOWN SHLETLNUS, are offered for sale it the lost i -i ntarki i prii es for CASH, by sul? 3m ti. H. LEE, ?l Cedar-t. VS FiCE Ml M. ? iii caTi - 6 s English Mcnaoes.bl ok and . uloted, it! just rem i d and fur sale by O. II. LEE, 51 Cedar st. aol7 3m OJCOiVN ?HEBTiiVGS-l 0 b?te. Chi^turtield Factory a) ISrowo Sue. In..'-, lor ...i!e bt ani l PK It SSI' A HKOOKS HI Liberty -t. Kt MSI t SlME KTIN<5sA.?e?) bale-, brown and bleached, Russia Sheetings, for sale i?v sulfi GRINXELL. MINTITRN v Co. T- <J..ath-i. l.Mi.-!l STATES. ?AP. ?sj'si' K, LINEN A sm.I.O Sill.K MANl'FACTOKY. rOHN M. DAVIES a JONES, sue*.r? to Luke Darios A Son, 11X5Willi .in .:r et^oraerof John street, Ni ?-inrk. Caps, stuck?. Shirt-, l inen f'ullnrs; I.a H.ms, Under Shirts and Drawers, Suspenders, Hosiery, Lamb* W -i and Morino, (lines. Cravats, Haodkerchiefs, Oiled Silk, Patent Leather, whole-ale and retail. Caps, Slot k- ami .Slnris msoe lo order. Ageucy for Sh iker .-hirts aad Drawer., with a genera! assortm nt of Fancy Goods: au7 Im ALFRED svHITH. \ \ E Hi' ii A I' TAILOR, 136 FULTON-STREET, ha LvJ on hau,! a moU -elected assoruueat of cloths, Cassimeres ami V. stings, suited o. ilio season, which he offers to mske up for ihi pub'ic generally in the vr.ry beat mann?r, ut extremely low prices for Cash on delivery. lii-ly .SO UN ST.tATM, M E R (' H A N T '/' A 11. f> R . A ND Clothier, No. ili Bowery, three doors above Hestor-strcel t\ New-York. Constantly on hand, a handsome assortment of Cloth", Ca-..it::i re?, mi ' Ve-ungs, winch will be. made ill the best style at the .liorte>t notice, and on thu most reasonable terms. jets tf II ITTERS*' PLIJs.fi? V go.ei asortnmul coiislaiill) mi hand, >jt rttn mrly l?ie prirrs fur CASH, Hat Hanufacturen am particularly invited to call aad examine it, at 159 Pearl street, up nir.. SILAS DAVENPORT, iy .I'l I in- Agent. $PRIKtt h?ASJH10N.?BROWN A CO.'a moqua y an.! nn- price Hal Store. 17? Chatham square, corner ? MoU-at, The latest fa.loon Flui, fir ike low fixed pru j off!) surpassing in beauty and stylo offiaish any ever -old befor for i!io same once. In presenting these IIa'- to the public, in proprietors think they hue reached the ultimatum of beauty, dar. bility, eheapxes* and oomfort to the wearer. All sales are for cash which preclndi. thi nocosaity of chiving j good cusiomar for buse^ iacurrad by the bi d. pS9-3m' ?I PR IN? if AMU ION.?Cheap Cash So-re. N?. 12 Chatham-st, (opposite Rosevelt-sL) WILLIAM BROWN'. Fashiouahle Hat:.:..! Cap More. A large and splendid as.-ori moot ol < loth an ? Velvet Caps, of . very style and doeiripiioi oo'> n ?; also the most extensive assortmentof Summer Hats evei exhibited in ouy Siorc. a'l of whii h will be sold at wholesale and re? tail, at tie' lowest prices. iM-if>-:iin* I lltltl.Ks WATSION, HAT, I'M' A.M> FUR MANUFACTORY, ii Chatham-street, and lf?0 Bowery. su3li .No. IM KOWER1 i - . i.iedly thai best esubluh ent in New-York to gel bargains m tue II..nt aad Shoe line . 1 .a iii-.? only 1.1 call io be i .nr. in. i d. Ladle.', Henileuien'., .>!,.- . Boys' and Childrens* Boots, Shoes and Gaiters, in all their variety, of my own manufacture mid warraated Iii?t rate, at prices to suit the limes. Likewise ? large sssi rtmeni of good rountr) work, which will be .old v.Tj cbeaj . jySmn Uli.I.I'M AGATE, 111 Bowery. FRKNcTa BOOTst A?? sfllOESA, .fsuperior workmanship, constantly on baisd. Gcntleaien rrishiag rood articl made on Paris Lasts b] the be t Preach workmen, will he accommodated bj slliug on HENR^ CE.NTLIVRE, ?jil Broadway. N. Be?Paris made Boots mi haml and for sale. *?>?'? Im BOOTS, ?.?<?'? el AMI ?.?!<;I-:>s.-l.k and adrth a call st IT-? Cbatlwa square, directly opposite the rndesnmn'a Bsak, where stands old Boss RICHARD'S II..... .,i "v.Museum. Great, good and wonderful?and uf tb. grandest modern Curiositiasof the day. Ail ?n.. wi.h to see a hau dn ' tbous tnd pair of fushienable an i darable Booh and Shoe, ex hlblle.! it oite view .'or - de?all ?? iio w.-'a lo ?" 'he largest boot OVOI exhil iled in the known world mnJ, of UtMer??? elm wish to on Courage N " York, Ixodoo, Pjri- and Philadelphia fashions?all win arish eaeoiirage the hone t mechanic? all who are opposed to Suies-|>rison Monopoly and who wear Boots aud Slu.es, rich or poor, nr.- invited tc call where !he i imble sixpetee passes for the ?low eii.l Ibjg. sad tin- largest len t in !'??? ' "-? I stands nt the ioor. .t jj31 l,.,- IUISS KH'?AUI S. !7J Chithuni s.f. DUN IS.? Cheap - io. ,:. ! ?; liter Bool Store, W?RSSb ? ? ???? W II md !!?? t< r streets, ? hi n ni .\ be had tadirs', im.' an t ebildren's Shoes and Cmter Boots in peal varieties. Ladies' Caiters. from.f! 7.'? !?? S)i jy3l Im rTvRA W?i?AKENT I S ILIA N W ? N 19 ? W L SAR ADESJ? OLIVER VV Wf ODFORD, Gd Catharine st. la .-cabled.ffer l.V.': pairs of rrausparoitt VVindow Shades at ihr following bo- pre -. ii*.: p.mi pair., landscapes, (foreign views] at ?1.7.' per pair. S5.I pairs X wuliabl Seeucs.*~1,'-'J do 20 pairs \ isnet e Cent tw.*d,ts< do 21)0 pairs FrencJi Scroll Borders. _i-5.-0 do N. 1!. 50 setts r.-.i! luli ins from til ii . to$30 p. r pair. Countrj Mori.utaand Up olstrrerri will realiz? a saviisg of 50 rier rein, by parehasing from the sub eriher. ?uii i?, ii V.. WltoOrOKD. tUCathrrine-st. I <>?ttw AT TRiSt?Ju>! ived, j satin stripe.printed la L-wusatonly Is Lui bleached Diaper at Is. Lotyardwidi Planaelsat onlv 2shillings, Cassimeres double milled, at Iis. il.l Motsskiol L"t iiimi'- Fur Hals at 12*. Lit best qualm Eld Gloves si 3f. Cd. l. -t Fie ch Merinos ar onlyf^cod. Lot Snll Velvets at 6< Ott Lot svombaziue ?t only 5*.CJ. Lot Rikboas aalf Id. per yard. For sale at MILLET HAWKINS' Store, No. Ml Greenwicb-st. Notice ti. Pe.'lir-.?Lili of goods bought amount io over 850, :tj per rent, discount wiil b.? a l jwe.i. Lot. of goods to suit your trsde. Baa _ _ w*TS.;i':i. PENsJ.?Mosi.ky*s Cillott's and KeasHsw*s Sue O fei.-. A good assortmeut of POCKET BOOKS, aad other goods, at wholesal nuV.:i SasS K GILLK5PIK HI Joha^treet, 15. to ? en Bro id ? ay and Nassau. TOUGH BEARDS! pi.E AXTSK IW SiBLAVTNCS by in. ?.f CHAPMAN'S I MAtilC RAZOR STROP, >ith which every person riuv kee| bis raxor in perfect order, whether at ?ea or on land. It present four faces, e.icb of different siurpemug properties, commencing with th? aietallie lion", of ten tune, the jiower of ih.- ordinary bone, am finishing ?n the -i:nple ral:--kin. KeUil price. Isi cent... 7o cent. $1 00,$1 35, and 11 50 each, according to lizeand outward fijlish The perforuiing p^rt of a 70 cent Simp the ?-. ~i - a. one at %\ .V). I CHAPMAN, 104 WUIiaxB-st. N. Ii. Tiie performing part of icy 7.7 cculs Stop warranted to b? superior to Geo. SatraderV best, at tj:t eicb. and the monev retaroei if tne purrin-er he dissoXisSod. jvlk1 lim W'OOISK V AND WH.LOtV IVAUE.-rS' , ! . s c . ,-r r f?r sal- :.t wnolcsaleaod retail. Bro'-in-. Tub-. P.i.l-. ?nt-bes. ilat... and Baskets of .very desenpfoe. Cords. I.'or dags, comjsiistng i truer?' asson :-.-ni. ?:.! oiler- d for .a!.- low I- v I MEEKER A EllAV; 195 Wasbieftou-st _?u!7 1ei ,...:o,i;^ the i.'s'k. L _| A|Avl?TI.*? .?. KJlJlONM keeps .."?....;.> an baud all s?ed j i'l -f BRA.SS i i.EKMAN SILVER Castifcg., at NotMSpraCO-1 iirrseu je2x-3a 0 F F TC E \ O. (> A \ ES' - S T. VOL.. t. SO. S iti. >* Cr^-* ?s. NEW'-YOKK. ?LBANT* *.N0 tJ?.?\> ??? -, Th. ALBANY. ' i \ : ?; . t 7 V'? ? -. The-TRCn .\V. ,\. ,,: . ? it : >'. ? <'?. Tl.? ALBANY. t Morntug at 7 o'clock. Frnra tbe foot ofCoanl ind.*tr?*et The SWIALLOWy Wedscsds*, and Fri sy MU : .? m il .*. oVk* A. iji.ot'LK?< line oy si t,viuo.t rs r*> tr;=*"_ _ fo1 l.MilUt. \. (_' > .. );. i, ,.?.;.,.',.if. tb* steam boat Pi*' between QottUndt and Lib?rt TUESDAY AFTERNOON a . it St, at 5odock For frsuli' ?r apply oi. hoara <; P. O. SOU! ? ..; tt, imBco on th.> wharf 6vrwing LINE OF STEAM BO ATM Leaves the Pier betweee Conrtlamlt and LuVrtv .t?. ire steamboat SOUTH AMERICA, Capt. U \V. Bratnard,'Titeadar, Thursday and Saturday at 7 o'clock, P. M Th'* ROCHESTER, Capt A. P. St, ' hn leaven tha above pier Monday, Weduosdaj a*.i Fri <? ? took. Fur passage ?r frci-rh*. appl) to P.?.'. SC1IIT '!'.'. at the ofiJee. irci. hoard is. rrj* ? *> FOK ALBAN Y?Tills v?-; i UN.. ,N V t5t!-rjt 5 o'clocktne -i. it DIAMOND from too of "" " 1 1 Ban i) -< aulu r. f .v* s> ** ?* ?sjlsifr. W??:st ?6? ?.':..? MEAT FOR L'iN.; BRANCH, OCi ?N HOI SE, Rl'MSOM DOCK MIDDLEi'OWN AT BROWN'S DO" X a RED I '?N K. *? *? Thestcs iboat OSIRIS, I ipcJ.U. . - . *v'i y-..C-> ? i run as fo] ?? < .<. Full iV. set .lip, I N ,"?" t\ Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, ami Sunday,at *? o'clock, V. ft., so t Saturday, at IS ?'.?! tck, noon. Returning, k.iv,> Red Bank al half-past I ??Vi'. ?, every day. (ex? cept Monday) -i 10 o'clock, A. M., s d S iturday, ii i 5'. M. The bo.t will run n- above until further notice, navigation sn.l weather permitting. N.K.?All freight sad baggage at ih? risk of the owner, thereof. jyfj Ilm T. rPOWBlifL '. i .??-*?. it.?*.'?:. 6? pr5? ?> FOR NE? BURGH, LANDING AT CALD ^seks?.-rc^xxx-. i , . ..,.,.,??,,,. ?.,,,?? t,NDI.H Captain Rob , Ward rep will leave .the foot of Warron.*treot, New-York, every Monday, Thursday, nnd S iturdav afternwn . at ? o'cl, rk. Returning, the HIGHLANDER ?III Ii N wbi rgh evorj Mon ijv morniug it 6 o'clock, and 'I ucsda) aud Friday alternoon n ? o'clock. For frehthl or passage, apply to the I ipta n on board. N. B.?All baggage, and freight ofovorj rles rtption, md bills, oi specie, put ira board this Imhii. must bn al the risk of the owtiei ? thereof, unless ? bill ?f bHling or receipt i- igned for the same, ? ukK? v ?ttti?VtT?Si:: i \?:'>v- FARE REDI CEU ?tSj cents to and froai liar 44HSSS^S'e'?' The prop?ietor 'mbra es the earliest o|iponu SEtJO ^:?E?niiy of informiug bis friends ami the public in gau eral ihni he i? prepared to run his new splendid line of Si.x ? from the North American Hotel; Bowi ry De W n C, Kcllin?er's Harle ii Roer M insion House, regularlj every half hour in the day, touching ut otherintermeiliste places .dung the route, and making their pass ice through in aboui an boon Noataud spacious apartments are fitted upon each end of tha route for thecomfori an i c mvcnience of ps mongers. This new and well regulated line musing nearly double the number oi trips daily that the Cars do on the track, git t il idecldi I advaatago: over them, ?topping much longer earh trip at ICeil ugor's and ttviue passen gem Mudicient lime to partake of nvory kirul of r-frrshuient whieh are always heel on hand and served up iu i.ie best p issible snnnr, ou terms ?mahle io tke times. Rowen ami Whitu Hull Stages ruu as usual?vaiy five minutea during the day. jy j *hn_J. >lVRPIt\. Proprietor. !.v>-i l- I1I..LMI ?.ASI,. ^ J. < : M . bati past i n.id half ii P.M. lor il.ral villages on the Ii i- when - a;,-, ami eonvej ances are in read on., to convey pa-o i.e. rs [o the ?SO und -ide und i ? the Bay and Ocean. The trams r> 'urn at 7 \. M. a.ul quarter |nl " P. M., and half past 5 P. M. tioni .In naicu. affording time to \i.it ami di'.e ut the M irirte Pavilion al lto< kaa ay and other attractive i i .c<*. of resort, and retui ,i ihe same evening to town. suJS tf VIA HTONINtUTO.N :;.\30.W. II VIINHr.N a I DS. Atne i e^-1T"^l ^?3?5fa. .7" ' lldFol F. i. F^'fP'ri W h\ '4 I.. r. ami <.ral IV,-are. r: ~^-s,y!..^->- \--.r*t,, ,. Package* ..f all kind, ..amide goods, specie and uank in tes, will be received and forwarded by Et pie... to am! from the follow ing pi ices: From R?stou to Liverpool, London, Manchester, Brnningbam, a 1 Leeds, Eng.; Dnbim ami Cork, Ireland; Glssgow ar.d Greenock, Scotland; Parts and Havre France; and from Boston lo Providence, New-York Philadelphia', mi: from Troy and Alba, \. having i seently made srranrement> with ihe people's Line t.. iii.it eifect. HARNDEN A- CO. will art.I to collecting or paying Draft-, Note-. Bills, or acceptances, nnd the purebasiug of goods of every ilr scription, or transient business of any kiud, which they undertake promptly. letter Ca'> will be kept st their Boston, New York, Pliiladelphi i ami Alban} offices, for Cunard's Royal Mail Line of steamships; also, for the steamer Greal Western, and the sailing packets irom Nea VorU. TAKE NOTICE?Packages sent to cither office, f..r Fnglaml, or my other pi n e, must nut, ia atn casej ei stain It tiers. N. It.?All goods mn r Im marked IIAUNDI N 4 I ??.. who are alone responsible for the loss .r iniury of anj ..n e e. or properly committed to their care; nor is ?nj r.-k istumeil bj nor can any be attached to the P. Jt P and S. Railroad, or tit. V J. S von Navjg . lion Co,, on whose roads, or in wboso steamers, their rraii? are oi may he transported, in respect lo uieni or tin .r couteuts at any lit Ri.FKiirTNrs-.?Me.?rs. Fletcher, Alexander tt < .? . Liverpoi I London; Welles Si. t o., Banker.. Paris France; Tho?. lt. Curti?, Esq, Boston; Good hue A Co. Ncn Fork; Carej A Hart, Phdadel pbia; and Th?... W. Oleott, Esq.. Albany Orricc*?Na SS River-street, Troj ; >- Exchange, -tlhanv i; South Third-street Philadeli.hia; 32 Chu h-streot, Liverpool; Court-street, Boston.; Dnicn Buildings, Pro, WM. U VM.'.N. Agent, No. '. V? dl ? :r . i. New-York. jvO'l if ii \! mm S A- CO t IMLBKICAN TUAJNMPORTA1 IttNl C09IFA A NY.?Canal ami Lake Traaaporiatios Mei I ndixej Passen gnrs. Ac. ferwaro',,) with i are und di.-i.nteh. For !r?.igbt or pi --.:;?? ipply to if. NILES ft C ? i 59 duay-sL, sibany. , H. WRIGHT4 <'o., Rochester, Proprietor*. J. r. WOLF A P. J. knauf, 99 Wa h il Nl *i tn.l to_P C-.AN'UIS". Iis? Ur'm'i-sL N \. I C. P. KELLOGG, " I . P. L. PAR.* HNS A i o., Bud do j ' ' H. WELI? 8 Conrt sc. ItAstnu. I |yl Im LONDON LINE OF .-?.?.?. il '*' ?-!'.. tK&Sept. l-t?'I bo parke; .nip ST. J '? ME.- IV. -'. .-'. . i, . n.i?-, -4w5*vi I tail ... abovi, her reg I r ? ay. For lr. igh; or pass nr,;, havii g kuperior -.? comm Kfutionr, .'^)j,i> ou lio-rd, foot .i, Maid l: Ian ? oi 10 all Grtl.VNELL MINTURN & CO;7i?Sot*th-?i. VOli livekpoo? I'.. oi - 7th- Tim **rPrH.f>3cket?hip ROSCOE. 11 lliirtli ? i will soil a ihove, ?****'ttfl n . ul r .. ii anil i.R.WEi.L. MINTL'RN .'. CO.' .- ,t ? FOB PALE-?Th. - . i -.? m WA! K, be ! ? mg I? the Poughkeepsia Whaling Cmpirry, md no* Ivios at ih'-ir wharf oi Poaghtreepsie. Tais -hip w.:^ iiuiU in No Yoih ill l -o'J- ilieioa da -he v .- I, :r..' lo ih" w-ler's e.'.'f n I r- ? built in Pougukeepsie in 1833. wits anentire net* suit of riggia . *e. She will be sold with ..11 her irhali g materials, aud can be ?ent to -en wrlithe copper ?:.e oiu ha- her. For terms i; ply lo D. S. SHERMAN, Agent for il.mp itPosghkeepsn i t.? a..'9 GRINNELL M11 11 N fi I '' 7- B.h l eXY*~4 .A J i ^ Utt.lU I ' ii.on Ibi }\fiSs3*. '.' P.'Iv ii at half pi-> ! S1 OPERATIONS THE TEETH, ?v SETDIOUR WTIITINtrj Jfc LflVUfj PRATT, BeutiMtt*. BTMO?R yV'HJTLVG woald respectfully inform his friends cui 1 the ptihlic that he still conrJone* at hw'old Itiad, No, Fa v Broadway; awLnaviug a**ocialed Unwell m partarrship whh Dr. UNITS PRATT, thoyare ready to attend toall *:i<> need im . j." essioual s.;rvice.. The public may ire assnr.-d ihnt nil operatfoo* in iheir profssaioa *ill be performed on the most approved plan. Art?, tieial Teeth, from one t? a f?ll >"t. u lierted in tl e most * i mtifi. m n ..er, and on ss bvorable t. rta- as al any other ofBcm Whole set ? set ted on the old a'mo-ohertr, orth? new mprsveii patent stmi pUn, whion obtained the premium at the Fair of i!i Atoerican I?. < tute ta't y*;..r, and a- well ^ a,u i?. dorn in thii ? tj. 'J'. stt pingg' 1 vilh gold, !: i foil, or rement, a, eirciiiustanrcs in ,y r.-fjuire. Neryes of Toetb destroyed without pain, and in iuo.i ca*?s ih* P<>,th effectually preserved by filling. An infallible cure f,-,r tj?. ToeSJMcbe. N. B. Meson. WHITING a. PRATT - Ul mstraet -uc "* two yuarg men in tho art of Dentistrv, ou res ? term*. REFERENCES. His Honor Chancellor VVatworuVIProC *? at. 'I any. ia M. L. North. M. D^8ars. .Springs.!?'v. N"ba?tH PrituGeergU. Wm. W. M.aor. M. D. I v York |-amu. C BW*, lared Liiudey, M. D. > ^ * W* ; '*?. f" l? 'WV, Prof. Benj. Silb uan. M.'D. LL. D. VV JB.N Btatentn, IL D. Prof. Whan Knight, M. D. Jobs H.uV, M D R() \A. E [) V; E ii M A \ S i!. V [; R JAME? G. MOFFETT, IS1 Priuce-.tree^ u^r Woo.ter, would ???? lieularlv cat! tiie ?tieuiiou oi Hardware. Headers and Mt?*d**XartM < O hi.- ?.ip-rior artie S "f BermaaSBver, wMch *->f,!r,.r., for tale ??!<.>. ale si.d road, of ull th;;kue?ee.. and * trraBta it canal many, ??1 cr r-.ireixn or rtemejtfic finr color -n i .... s-siiorKSRV.?103 ii'iWE *,. .-i l; in*- ft I \./ would call the ?itentiou of th ? Public to their?xteasiv* stock plsin and rich Gla-s,, Chin, Ac. Ac. at their stores, Ne*. 10? Bowery ?ad XJo Grand-si. Prices raoderate ^e1?0?lm?,