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~pjrS.CE ONE CENT. "THE MW-YORI TRIBUNE, , ;n;njj iiu Proies-dinga of Congr? ?? find other BB.v-?-? b> tlx Nouihrrn ?I nil one <tny in ad ranee of any other Penny Paper, nbliihoil svery morning, at No. '.H) Ann-street, New-York, nddelirered to City Subscribers for ONE CENT per ropy. Mail *uh<iibers. per B"IIMra ii'TttrinKIr- m advance, and tbe paper in noessecontinued beyond tbe lime for wbich it is paid. Subscrip l,oni Ulk?? for Six Months. _ TCEV5 Of A?VERTHIXO_fOR EACH ADTE1TIIEMEKT 07 fta line* or '""S (over aix), first insertion. SO eta. to r0r each subsequent insertion.?. f?S to. for Hi* insertion., or one week..II 52 0o for Twenty-live insertions, or one auioth.o?> wu L?ngrr Adverti-wrnentx at equally favorable rates. Fort7'"?'lines, B;j|f 'be aUovo rates; Two lines, oue-fourth of ?ttenW- Advertisements ordered to be continued cn the injunc aArr the lint imertiou will be subject to the same charge as on their 4r?tippearance?payable in all rases in advance. ? ?All notices of Public Meetings Religious. Political. Ac. ofSer grtiJ. to be delivered by Clergymen visiting our City. At. w ill lie con aieaoasry published in The Tribune (if not exceeding six Inn s; for glee lit. an insert ion. THE T R I B U N E , NEW-YORK, WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 25 AMEBICA, Historical. STATISTIC AWO DESCBtPTIVC: By J. S. BUCK INCHAM, Esq. 2 vols. octavo. Harper <fc Brothera. I bese two largo and beautifully printed volumes evince a sad want of appreciation somewhere of tbe value <>f ink nnii paper. We challenge any other blockhead to put together two swell bulky volumes of useless matter. What is true in them is gunerally trivial, common-place, or imperfectly un rjerstood l>v tiie narrator; while there is scarcely a boy of len years among us who could not detect gross ami wretched blunders on every other page. Wo are disposed to attribute most of his errors to the ignorance of the conceited smatterer whoso portrait faces the titlo-page : but many of his slanders, especially on the Whig party, evince malignity no less than stupidity. Wo know that the Loco-Focos are in die habit of whispering in the ears of every foreignei that the Whig* mo enemies to popular Government, (kvorets of monopoly, &c. hut Mr. Buckingham staid here long enough and had suffi? cient opportunities to detect the palpable falsehood hud he chosen to do so. Hut not merely in his general statements, but in Iiis version of the ' Sydney ' letter. Iiis gelf-c?ntndicted assertion that the Whigs are tbe special upholders of Sla? very, &c. he proves himself disposed to malign the Whig party. We trust the cilwUlation of his honk will be confined to lliosr whose ends he bas lllldertukeu by lulsellood to SUD Tue Since or Denar, or Sufferings of the Protestants; A Tale of the Revolution i By CiiAKi.ot tk Elizabeth. Prom the seventh English edition. John S. Taylor dt Co, We do not Jike this work, und we choose to say so frank |y. What is the use of reviving and aggravating these old stones (alas! too true!) of soenes in which Christians ufdi verso creeds have tortured and butchered euch other for the glory of God ? We had ancestors in thai same Siege o! Perry?on the Protestant side, of course?and our sympa? thies' are all on thnt side; hut we cannot forget that intole? rance and persecution?especially in Ireland?are l?y n? means exclusively Catholic errors and crimes. Who perse? cutes in Ireland noir 7 On what principle of Christian tole? ration ure tliu poor man's pi", and potatoes wrested from him to pay tithes to n Church he abhors 1 We do hope the time is soon coming when man will no mare persecute ins brother for ? difference t?f faith ; hut that time will never be hasten? ed by the publication of such books us The Siege of Deny. Tue Sabbath School as it Should Be; By William a. Alcott. Jona Leavitt, I I John-st. Dr. r\l< ott is extensively and worthily known to the public by his writings on Health and Regimen, which are among the very best treatises extant on the subjects op. which they treat. His writings are characterized by great simplicity, directness mid an engrossing desire to do good;?qualities which admirably fit him Ibr hii instructor of the teachers of youth. The volume before us is one ot" great Value to teach? er, of Sunday Schools, and those who may become such, and inie(it to be universally studied. The execution of the work reflects credit on the primer, Mr. J. F. Trow. University Press. LATEST PROM MEXICO. Yucatan.?According to tbe Merida Commercial Bulle? tin, the State is on the hieb road to prosperity, impelled, as it is. by the potent influence of free institutions. In the city ol Merida, during the past year, there have been B8 mar? riages, 439 births, and Mli deaths; showing an increase of population of293. A rumor prevailed in Merida, on the 11th duly, that Vera Cruz was blockaded by a Texan squadron. TOBASCO.?The news from Tobaseo. up to the 6th inst. i. satisfactory. The troops tinder the command of I.emus, at Hustmandillo, deserted him, and he returned to the capital >w:h t!., seventeen men w hoyet remained faithful. He there united with Sentamat; and the two Generals, at the head of Ifd) men, attacked and routed ti force oi -101) men, and made MO prisoners. The attacking; party suffered very little. Vkra Ckl'Z.?The Merida journals contain news fiora Vera Cruz to the ?1st June. The papers are nearly exclu? sively occupied with the discussion of the question ofiecoin mg copper money, the tobacco monopoly, and the manufac? ture of cotton goods. The enormous deficit in the finances, and the gradual diminution of the revenue, coupled with tbe constantly increasing expenditure of the Government, occa? sion much anxiety and alarm. Expedients are now the ol? der id the day ; and this explains why ?M duty of 10 pet cent, has not tfon repealed, in spite of the urgent and univer? sal remonstrances on the subject. It appears that the Texan Government lias urged the re? cognition of its independence bv Mexico within a fixed pe? riod, ttuder a threat of a resort" to arms. The Censor of \r-ra Cruz laments, dolefullv, the critical posture of affairs which impels Mexico to tolerate such menaces. Gen. \ ictoiia continued sick from an attack of apoplexy, and G?n. Gregorio Gomes was commandei of the forces pto t. m. Santa. Ana is appointed commandei of Vera Cruz. He is stiH, howove,, at Manga dc Clavo, where he has estab? lished his head quarters with the consent of the supreme au? thority. 1 We learn by Mexican paper*; that on the 2d Julv. a cross ,.t honor was presented to resident Bustatnente, as a tesli momal of his patriotism and public services. The decora I m was preset ted by the President of the Chamber of Dcpu lies, Don Jose Maria Bravo. [N. 0. Bee. Aug. 14. K7* An entire reorganization of the Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, has lecently taken place. The new corps of Professors is as follows : Robley Dunglison, M. f) lost lutes of Medicine and Medical Jurisprudence; R M Huston, M. D. Materia Modica and General Therapeu ? Joseph I'sncast. M. D. General. Descriptive, and Sur il Anatomy; John K. Mitchell, M. D. Practice of Medi ? lie : Thomas D. Mutter, M. D. Institutes and Practice o Surgery; Charles D. Meigs, M. D. Obstetrics, and Disease: ol Womon und Children; Franklin Bache. M. D. Chemistry The regular course of Lectures commence* on the first Mon thty ol November, aud ends on the last day ot" February. " I desire yon to understand the true pi RTEW-YOf JLife nl .New-Orlran??.1 Suudny Ncrnc. C'orrc.ponrlence of The Tribune. New-Oilcans, August 9,1841. If von wi?h to see ?orne very marked characteristics of Southern lit"-' in the Summer time, take a trip with mo some Sunday to one er all of tbe numerous watering-places in the vicinity. Or if von are averse to traveling upon that day? as von may be. tor 1 wn* ones-?1 win ?'? aione. and give you tin- fruit of my observations. It is my desire, simply, to show you in brief outline some of the features in the state of society j hero, which differ so widely from every thine in your section ' of the Union. At 8 o clock in the murnine?the morning of the Sabbath? j you leave the deserted streets of the City, with tiieir not very , delicately jHTftirr.ed and prrfumin? gutters behind, and take 1 a scat in one of the cars of the railroad whic'n connects tl?. I Mississippi Uiver with Lake lVmhai train. In 10 minutes, : after a ride of ."? miles, you find yourself upon the shores of ? the Lake with a fresh South wind sweeping across the Lake ' t<> the land, apparently cot up in honor of the la-ciision, but, ' in reality, the prevailing wind a good portioH of the year. . Ot the two or three steamboats at the landing, you take one, I and are soon dashing rapidly across the Lake. In two hi nrs i we ate at Mandeville, directly opposite New-Orleans. This ' Mandeville is called n ? watering place' by the people <>t New , Orleans. Here i? a very large Hotel, and in the vicinity, upon ; the Lake shore, a tew cottages. I know you w ill agtee with j me in the opinion that this is a pleasant spot, partii ularly to I those who escape from th* dust, heat and agitation of the j City. There is a breeze here that is enchanting, particularly j as it is luden, yea, almost overladen, with the perfumi - of I orange-flowers. This Hotel is a lar::*?. two-story building, j with verandahs, in Southern fashion. At one end is a Utl i liard-Room, w here four or f:v.> gentlemen are busily engaged I amusing themselves, ami at one door is a gentleman and three j or four ladit/s chatting in French. In front are ten or u do/en ; ladies, ilri-.ino away time in the best manner lllCV enn di? i cover; some nre reading, some yawning, some too indolent, ? it appears, even to yawn. At the ether end of this building? benr in mind, I pray yon. thai we are here on Sunday?is a Ihi of gentlemen, some thirty in number. Around one table there are five or six playing 'Poker.' If. you imagine them j te be black-iegs or loafers you are much mistaken. Two of j them are among the most distinguished members of the Legal I Profession in New-Orleans. One of them is a Creole, ...n-.. I fifty years old, enjoying as extensive a practice a? any other Lawyer in the CilJ ; the other is much younger, but a man I of rare endowments, and?contraty, I know, to your im j ptessiou?celebrated foi bis persevering industry. This party < is playing high?bets of on*-, two and three hundred dollars nre not unusual, cousquently a crowd has gathered uround the table. In the vicinity are two or thr.nher tables and their accompaniments, cigars and liquot-glasses, with the blended odor of which the room is thoroughly impregnated. The persons composing the society ut litis Hotel are gene? rally of the highest respectability; in short, the company j here is rather select, for the very good reason that the prices ! are high. This glimpse of Southern life will answer for to-d ty. ' Strange as these things may appear at the North, as utterly 1 in violation ot u'l decency and morality us they might seem I to be in the eyes of the people of New-England, hero they cause no surprise. It is now the mode of living, and always lias boon, although it may not for ever continue. In fact, Fiench manners and customs are rapidly giving way before the sine and rapid encroachments of n population of American descent, widely differing in each and every essential point of character. Letter-writers from this City are in the habit of making statements, it seems to me, lor the side purpose ot exciting prejudice against it. citizens. Such is not my ob? ject. 1 have described n strange scene, for the purpose of contrast?nothing mine?lor here is my home, and here 1 shall live und die. _ 0. P. Q. FACTS FOR PARENTS....No. V. A learned Professor und n distinguished Mineralogist in one of our Colleges remarked, some time since, that when he commenced the duiivs of his Professorship, be did not know that there was more than one kind of Stone in tin world, und did not even know the name of that. Since that time he has prepared a w ork on Mineralogy, which has been translated into the French und German languages, and lm? been pronounced by ihe English reviewers the best work on the subject extant. At the pi.nt tii.ie, thousands and hundreds of thousands of children in out Country not over t--ii _\e.ir* old are as familiar with all the common rocks and most of the useful minerals us with the articles of table fur? niture. A Minister, who not hu g since represented our Country in England, was asked while there some questions respecting American Geology which he was unable to answer, except by a confession of his profound ignorance on the subjeet, but not without a determination to become acquainted with it, if he should return to his own Country, which determination he carried into eflbct. '1 he journals of travelers and of Missionaries in different parts of the world very commonly give a description of the I Geology and other natural features and productions of Countries they \i?it, whic'n of course cannot be understood I without a knowledge of those subjects. Several Missionaries, in writing to their ftiends, sttongly ' recommend to Theological Students, especially il.-?e pre | paring for Missions, to attend particularly to the ?tudy of Geology, Mineralogy, and other departments of Natural Science. J. H, Mr. Editor: Docs or will tbe ?. S. Bankrupt law apply to contracts tor rent in this State, due and unpaid.' And can ! a landlord levying for rent collect the same in full of persons who are or may l>e liable to be declared bankrupts in conse? quence of the effect ol u levy mi their property I These nre Uteresting questious to the great body of tenants \ in this city. Please tavor your readers with your views on the subject. W. We are not 'learned in the law ' and do not aspire to be. Our impression is. however, that whatever proj>erty a bank? rupt shall seilender for ike benefit of all his creditors must I l>e held in trust for ail, and cannot be levied on by landlords or any one; but whatever he does not surrender, as well as everything before he makes a surrender, will he exj>.1 to lev} under the Stuie Lau?, includim.' the law of landlord and tenant, of'course. \ F.d. Tribune. KJ* A Curious Antique lias been shown to us this niorn . ing by a friend, which is wed worthy of notice. It is aa old I-fashioned hunter's powder horn, upon which is curiousiy i wrought a graphic chart of the country bordering the Hudson rivet, from the city ot New-York, and including Lake George and adjacent purls. We have no clue to the name of the in? genious artist, but find this inscription, in distinct teller?? ; " Made, ot Lake George. Oct. VUh, ir.'iS." It is also incribed with tiie British coat of arms, and the i cities of New-York and Albany, Ticoaderoga, and other spots ! now known to fame, are weil represented. The whole thing ? is exceedingly well executed. It was presented to the pre I sent owner by Mr. Adams, but its history is lost?like m.?ny another incident of interest to those who have gone before us. [Newark Daily Adv. ET* ? Robert's Semi-Monthly Magazine,' Boston, has reached iu Fifteenth Number. The one before us contain* a thrilling sketch of * The Eve of Si. Bartholomew.' by H. W. Herben. Iis,,., a brief Sermon by Rev. John Pierpont, beside selected matter. $1 per annum. , !?P Wiley &. Putna ii have for sale Parts XI. and XII. j ot' ' Charles u Maiioy,' Carey Si Hart s cdtiion. rinciwles of tbe Government. I wish them carried e IK. HEDVESDAV HOBOING, AIGJST BOOKS, STATIONERY l\D PAPER HANGtfGS!!! C" To Coiinli t Ucalri?.- I ?? riberskeepi tuts : lyou hand at their Store. No. tH* I'-arl ?:. near Wall si. a com? plete a-sortuer.t id" School. Cl.vs-i. and MlSCCLluXEOCS Books of the latest and most approved editions, which they ot>r upen the mo-t reasonable terms for CASH r,r City Acceptances ; al?o BLANK BOOKS snd STATIONERY of-very variety, to which the) invite the attention of Merchants risitinf the City to make their Fall purchase-. ACCOUNT BOOKS rul??l to itny pattern, aud made to order, of the best material- and in superior style. ??? FRENCH and AMERICAN PAPER HANGINGS, BORD? ERS, Ae. of the latest patterns and fast colors, suited to the Country Trade, forsnle at >fanufac:urcr* Prices. XT Mer<-h?nt- and Dealers from the Country are requested to cal snd "vn-nm? their -lock of good-. N. R. Schools, Colli ee- and Libraries supplied upon the uiu?t b!> eral term-. BAKER, CRANE ft Co.. Wholesale Booksellers and Stationer-, and Dealers m Paper Hangings, No. 153 IVarl?t_ 1m 'Sun of tl.Ledger.") \. ?-V..rk. . near WallsQ FOB SALE?The house snd lol II : ILmsion-st -sii-l block fn m the Market, and a short Ji-Uuce from the ?ferry?being21 by 40 feet A fir-t rat' stand for business, con ' of lurre convenient store, II rooms, basement, cellars, coal bens, Ac all complete Price, $5?00 Apply as an.,;. TO LET. auld tin' The third sc ry of the rrar buildir.g N*i. SO Ann-street !'? one of the b?. t Raomi in the city for a Printing otfice, or an? ight business, being lighted on :rtre;-side-. RentglSC. Apply to sr?tf IL GREELEY, or J. WINCHESTER. 30 Ann-.-. office to i.n r. T.ie splendid Basement Rooms in the Merchant." Evriiani? 'corner of W all and Hanover-streets. Apply to Mr. Pearson jtric of the Company, corner Hanover and Ktekange Place, or u ait tf J. WINCHESTER, 30 Ann-street A PUBLIC MOUSE at Hanem lo be 1st on the id avenue, corner of 103d-street Inquire at 1I? Bowery. Rent lo?'. null Im' ITT I. Ts iAOTS n ITXGii property OF FICE, No. 1 Ann-street, Nen York.?Perso - w.?ie ^ :o pur? chase ?ill do wisll to call. Some nice Cottages for sale alt o, Building Lots. aul'l Im* .to let?A large room with a small office attac.I, in the second floor, No. 59 Nassau St. suit ib!e for a II nr-ilr- -sins or Tailoring business aud possession given immediatslv. Inquire of au33lw' A.GODFREY, npstairs haire. In- oire on augt I w TO LET- ? '. ' gin room al Bowery the premi >?-. or of '!' Ilyslop, :tll Broome -t. TO EXCHANCE, f.,r g??dT?f anv deseripTioiL - Louof Laud in Williamsburg. Address H., office of the Tn au'JI 3j . CITY PROPERTY OFFICE,for buying, selling ind mc tanging City Property, at No. I Aan-st aulO Im" ROO.UN TO LE C'-A roei? aud bed.n with . Qir. pantries, atcsuitabl ? for a .mall family. Also, one large room extraordinarily well lighted, suitable f-r a work-shop. Impure an tbe premises of JOHN l.o< IvE. in rear of 31 Ann-si. ?m- im 2n? it !?( 4. Mi O it fi. FOR ~SALET? For sale, t?^e stock u".'..JH of Drugs, Modiciues, Furniture, Fixtures, Ac. ol the -tore 3<i0 Broadway. The present proprietoi ha. occupied the shove ' siniel for upwards ofsixteen years, and u<>* uireis the stock for sale j on account of declining health, the store is to let, and immediate possession givi n. Apply on the premise., to an i? 5 ? WM. LANGSTAPF JtrJ< TO LET?The spaciou. five -tor* building Na 3*4 jjipy^ Broadway, corner of Duaue-strcot and isaj be occupied ni offices lor prof..n ,| gentlemi n nud those of the line an.., or for lodging room-. The Rooms ?> ili be let as follows, viz: The Basement Room, well lighted. 34 feel on Broadway by 100 lost on Dunne-street at 8500 per year, with a good cellar. The Store on Broadway, 50 fi et deep, 8d00 per year, also a R?om in the rear of the Store, fronting on Dnane-street, SO feet deep, nt $31 l). There an: three entrances to tin* Room from Duaiic?i. Second Siory. Room No. 1J, on Broadway, g.I feet by 11 feet....$150 per year. 41, 4(1, 15 39, 15 Ii, aud a roomud'g SO Third Story. Room N"u. o", on Broadway, 14 feet by 2 ....$135 . .*|l! ' ..flau 35, 34, :>:t. l.t " ?? 15 " " " " 3l,and3roomsad'glS " " h .. afft fj h ii o^ |l ? ? " " 27. 8 ?? " Fourth Story. Rnoai No. 21. on Broadway. II " Including a neun adjoining, tl " " " " 22, and a room nd'g 11 " '? " til, 7 ?? " 2-, 12 " '? " 18, and a room ad'g I. 44 " 16, and a room ad'g 14 44 14 .. ,0 .. With 2 rooms adjoining, each 7 44 44 Fifth Story. Room No. 7, 15 ?? SUM _iSdll .... tu*U j $73 per yoar. .. $75 4 4 4 4 .. $50 44 44 .. $63 44 44 . 978 ?' 9, and a room ad'g I! II. 12, 4, 1, ... |53 ... 8*15 . . . $-36 ... ?39 ,.. 996 ... 826 ... *t'J .. * JT> P. S.?There i- a fine Broadway. For further particular or the whole will lot to i spacious entrance to all the above room- from i apply lo J. R. ISELTON, 160 Broadway j nc tenant, if desired. aul3 tf ft??a FOIC MALE?<*r exi bange tor productive City Proper **r~*y :y?a Farm of ?.i nrre-, situated is Muntiagtoa Township, L 1 I., d miles from Northport, from which i steamboat plies to snd from New-York twice a week. Cood b lildiugs, gi?,d -vatur. Ac Ac. For full particular, inquire of E. W. Wu,'??. -1 Riviiigton-strcvt. FOR SALE?A farm in tbe town of Smithtown in Suf y'/B folk County, near tbe village of Comic, consisting of two bun f*W- dnwi seres, shout tbirtj of which are timber and spouts laud, i (be remainder cleared and under a good state of eoltivatJon. On the premi-e. are a rood dwelling house, t*o barn-, crib and aragOO-boUSe, with a well of water near the d, or. Also, a giwd ?ou.ir Orchard nth a variety of cherry and other fruit ir, ?>. Po-.e-sion cau be had to suit the convenience of the purchaser. For particulars apply to Mr. Smith Woodhull, 'Ji'7 FniMt-sireet, or the snbscriber "n ill-- pr. iiii ,s-. nuMIni- DANIEL SMITH /COMPOSITION ROLLERS, of the best mater da u V quality, and of all siz'.4., ca-t nt the < irli re of the New World, Ann .t. Inquire of Mr. J. W. RICHARDS, m me Pie-. I'.-jiu ? ba-emenu) au?l tf OPERATIONS ON THE TEETH, SEYXOUR WniTENC? oV LINUS PRATT, Demtists. tJJEYMiil'R WHITING would respectfully tafora his frier.!' si d t^ lae public that he still continues at his eld s?sJ. No. 6-i E-:st B-oadwav; and. having associated himself in partnership with Dr. LINUS PRATT, ihev are ready to attend to all who need their pro ressiosal services. The public may be assarcd that all operations it their ?srofussio-: will be performed ou tb! nutt approved plan. Arti fi.-:a'. tci ' h, from one to a full set, icserttd in the most s-iei?fic man c.r. and on as favordile teras as al any other office. Whole lets iu s-rrtod on tae old ataios iherii;,or tlie i.rw apprwred patent.itrao.pneric nlan. wrticu obtained th- premium at the v* r of the American Insti? tute ia-t vear, ai d as well as car, be dose in l?is city. Te.th pltjgcd with gold, tin foil, or ceineat, as circumsucces nay require. Nerves of Teeth destroyed wiLhont p-ac, axd w tnoti cases tbs Tootn tiT?tual!y preter.e.1 by filling. An infallible cure for tae Toothache. N. B. Messrs. WHITING?,PRATTwiU icnruetoae or twoyoong men ia ibe art of Den'-istrv, on reasosablc terms B.EFERKNCES. His Honor Chancellor Wnlworth. Prof. Wa. Tully, M. D. M. L. North. iL D? Sars. Spring?. IR'V. Nathaniel Prat-. (7corgla. W. Minor, M. D. ? .. .. , 'SamnelC. EBis,M. D. W N.York. Jired L.r.^|er, 15. I). Prcf. BehJ. Sniiman, XL D. I.L. D. Prof. Joiistban Kaicht, M. D. Prut. Charles D. ?hepard, M. D. Rev. Henrv G. Lidlo-v. 'Win. N Blakeman, m. d. jjoha Millar. m. t'. jSiepaec Brown, m. d. je5- 8pj ml? 5 usli nothing aserf."-!!?i?:k,?. MERCHANTS' GUIDE a N D CATALOGUE OF PRICES AT MABSmi'S TR01 SillHT SAMFACT9RY, >o. yo Chaibnni.*rreei, N>w-Yoi It. \S THERE IS NO OTHER ESTABLISHMENT OF THE I V l,n,; ,? tn,i c-untrv, therefore we ie.r doi competition from any quarter, tu I no betti r pr.,of of tin* cheapness of our goods is n?- , > .'??nry than this fact, that we rind sale, for the :n in all parts of the country. N U. Merchants from si! part?. arho arc purchasing their goods at the wholesale dry s.vh!. hou?ci. will ilo to inquire for foods of I our manufacture, as it i- sometimes the ease that other kiud. are kept by them. Catalogue of Prices. Pia u Shirt*, with lines wrislban is, warranted, at y"> per dozen. Shirts, linen bosoms, collars, wristbands, warrantei, $7p*rdoz. Do.do.do.Jo.f? Do.do.do.no.9 Do.do.do.do.10 Do.do.do.rio.II Do.do.do.do.II Do.do.do.do.13 30 I?o..1...do.do.IS Do.do.do.do.Hi .V) lio.do.do....:... do.IS Do.do.do.do.St) All linen.-to.do.do.30 Do.do.do.do.22 Do.do.do.do.St Do.do. do.do.:til Ruthe.do.ito.do.19 Do.do.do.do.3D Do.do.do.ilo.23 Do.do.do.do.SI Culored.do.do.do.5 Do.do.do.do.ii Do.do.;.do.no.7 M Do.Co.do.do.8 Do.do.ilo.do.y is. IMS. Linen Bosom, *l ''>. 9 11 \ 333 9 SO, :t 00,4 00, .1 00, and $f> per dox. I LINEN COLLARS. All Liaen Coll irs ? irranted, ?t 50c, 63c, 75c, r7c, $1, 1 35,1 .'O. I 7.7. | 9 00, S 33, S ."si ^er dozen. NOTK T '.?So patron ige asked of those who best down?und deal er* fr?in ill part.- of th.untry may put the otmi ?t confidence is 1 being supplies! by us at prices agreeing with our catalogue, itrtttsui, E. I? hi. Esq., Nets-Orleans, La. R F. Del no, Louisville, Kv. W. S. Hall, St. Louis, Mo. P. Martin, Nashville Tenn. G. Moore, St Augustine, Fla. I'. Doilte, Savannah, (ieo. ii. to a tor an, Mobile. Ala. Phi ip Barney, Esq . Baltimore, Md. Hesssrs. M. Allen a Co, I incicnati, Ohio. Ma'n-si. Win, II irt A Co..i'i einnati, Ohio. Fi lb-?t. Wm. <'. Langly, 64 Pine-sL, N. V. ?? M. I?. Benj on ii A Co . P net sr., N i. ?? L..r Holmes A. Co., Pe.rl-st. N. Y. W hitwell .v s. iver, SiilU->t.. Boston. ?? Wehster, Cl.A Ca, Kdby-st-, Boston. 1' i?In ft Talbot, Kilky-si., Boston. ? '. Negicte, Mexico. MARSHALL'?] Troy stun Depot, angSO 3iond No. 90 Cka ham-sr... New-York. I OOK AT THIN-Just reccivcil, j lot satin stripe printed li Law us at only is. Lot bleached Diaper at 1?. I.oi yard wide Flannels at ?ols 3 shillings. Cassimeres doahlc milled, -.t *'.*. t. Molvskius Is. 6d. I.i.i unit's Fur Hats at 13s. Lot best quality Kid Gloves at 3-, Cd. Lot French Marines at onlyft. 6d. LotSilk Velvets at 6s. Od. Lot L'ombnziue at onlv 5.. CmI. l.m Ribbons at only 4d. per yurd. For sale at WILLET HAWKINS' Store, No. Till Greenwich-st. Notice to Pedlars.?Bill of goods bought amount to over S>Si, i!J per cent, discount ? ill be allowed. Lots of goods to suit your trade. sn33 .It _ DKYS.OOLiM: DRV (JOOIIM! DKYIiOODrf! S?TTON rv RfJXDLK wish .o i-form their customers and ihn ladies of this > -y in general thai they are now purchasing their Fall ?applyof Goods, which they design shall he . f the best stiles and at the lowest pi ices. They have black aud blue black Silks; black, blue liluck am' colored De L?ne, and Challies; blsck Bonibazmes; limg hamsand Prints; English snd Welsh Flsnneis; black ?nd colored Merino-s: Irish Linens; She*tingsi Tsble Cloths and Diapers; a large .rtmenlof Drawer Good.; He-iery and Glo?o?; Linen Cam* hr;e Handkerchiefs, together with a splendid variety of llounei Kili boni aad Meek Ribbons, aud all other article, in the line, purchased at Auction, .in I for sale st a verj small advance. BUTTON .t BUNDLE, 177 Spring St cor. of Sullivan. N. B.?No deception practised at this .tore, and no variation in price. au24 if raAY'S IMPROVED SHEET RUBBER OVER. If SHOES?5,000 pair Ladies' and Gentlemen's for sale. The uop-r- of tui- truly elegaat liver -ho?, made froin the Rubber as ins ported from South America, in sheets, are ex< t-edincly e'a.ne, the same shoe adjusting n.?eii to every "?111111 of foot, softer than French knl and made over lasts of the most approved Broadway fashions, 'The bottoms or soles of leather laid between ih? rubber, are joined in r/etlirr ?0 .ei-iir.-ly a- to lie perfectly water proof. These ShoesbaV? beea tried thoroughly the pxst winter, snd given get oral satisfaction. Every pair wan in ted boi to deci tapose, .irthe upper, to |..o-en from the si.le.. The trade ?re invited to exarsing the?a and a general a> sortsaeat of India Rubber Shoes, bow in order for tho fall trade. HORACE H. DAY, Successor loRsxbury LR. Co., auO Sin 136 Maiden-lane. IMll.t BUBRKR n.OTIl. DEAL!.RS in this article be not deceived. If you would retain }<ur custom era, supply them v. oh ibe article which is sekaow ledce.i by .-very consumer who has tried it a> greatly superior to auy other My Cloth for carriers maker's purposes, marked A. has never been equaled Ibr beauty of appearance, hardaa*s and durability, while tie- l- f Clutb, which I sell from 50 to 69} cents per yard, I* warranted in every respect fully equal to an I gcuerally much better than the Cloth made in the ordinary way and with the small old fashioned machinery. A good supply now on hand of the various qnaliuea. HORACE II DAT, Suacessort? Roxbuiy I. R. Co, au33m 136 Maiden-laao. 1 I Ott KI?? rat CAI.A.TIBTV:?Noatly sTd me. ,...1 ,H i 1 one short sbort hour by the burning of the Erie.! Tin. awful destruction of human life cannot hut forcihly remind everv traveller ofthc necessity of providing some safe guard??oiue life-preserving srtid?to be slwsys in rcadim ? in t me >?f need. Among the manj thou-uiids '?in. inve! coiitiniially 011 ...ir mi ind ?aier-, how few are provided wit', any meaus 01 preservation in limes of sudden danger. How in icy ol ir e Sin vwluable lives -o recently lost in tho ?? ill-fated Eric." might have been saved by a time v pun base fibs India Rub* ber Life-Pie??iver ir J i.-ket." 'I Ii a-t cles are furni'he 1 in any quantity na 1 con.[ami, kepi ou Baad lor -ale at the Roxbury ladi.. Rubber Warehouse. 136 Maiden-Lime, ofa very superior quality? benij n.ac'? in .1 manner didering vers materially from that of may oilier estublubaeut, and Ibe only article to 1 ?? fully depeadod upon. su!33w HOB ICE rf. DAY. Sii -- ?- :?> lliixliiirv India Itubbtr I'o. 136 Mn.leu lane. T rax$pare;vt t T I. I a rv \Y I ?, l> O XV is enable I to <;r 1,51 0 pairs of Iran .parent Wiudow Sb ides ac the foil, ?in? low price., via : 3thl ? ii.-- Landscapes, .'ore gn ?iews ut SL75 per pair. S?o piirs Moonlight Scenes.(3,50 do Sil pairs Vignefe Centers. do 300 pairs French Scroll Borders . M.nO do N. B. '?< seit? real Itoliani from iln.isi toA30.tiO per pair. Conn try Merchants and Upaolstrrers will r. alize a saving of ?o prr cent, by purchasing fromtae ubacriber muSI Im ?I VV. WiiODTOltD, If! Cath rioe-st I>RO\V.'V COTTOIVS?900 bales Merriraai k. Lawrenee.Ohi > copee, Nashua. Stark, Massachusetts, I t:. 1. Hope, Coventry, and other styles of BKOWN S?LETlNuS, are offered for sale at the lowest war*, t p.-iLT- for 1 Ass'l. bv aiii7:iu _O. H. LEK.5I Cedar-st \ j er1 NO?.-? - 1 Engli-'j Mermoer. h. .rk *nd cloisd. irJ just reeeiv.d nnd f>?r sal hy O. H. LEE,51 Ce it ?t. aul73m DROVVIN .?IILETn'gn -I?? baJea 1 ii'esterfield Factory ? BrownSbeetines forsnlebv aul:i PEKSSK .t BltlKjKS fil Liberty sl-_ L> U??--ij t QCaTjLS .l.'i? ttlui) l.t- iT iFP.-t It . s boles of each, for sale by C. C HAVEN, I aulGeoeU* . ?a Pme-s!r?et Rl sni.v AS-?' FBtMAlA BBIsTLEM.m ?anous ?.rts. for ,ale, per cask, by C. C. HAVEN. suIrTeoilu'' _3e) Fine-st, }3r1*NIA ?M2ETI>G?l-B!-s;:i.-l aad Brown, per hale", t for -ale bv C. C. HAVEN, St l*n."..r. aultle .J'f UNITES STATIC8 CAP, STOCK, LINEN ?V Oll.KU M.'.Ji .MA.MPAtTORY. TOUN M. DaVIES .v. JONES, successors to Luke Devies A Son. lt-CVVilliam streeturoruerof John sireet. New-York. Caps, Stocks, Shirts, L.usru ( oliar-, Lines Bosoms, fad -r Shir? and Draw ?, Puspeaders, Hosiery, Lauh- W ?l and Merino, Gloves, Cravats, Haiiulierchieft, tailed Sils. Patent Leather, wholesale and retail. Ca;.-. Sto.;h< and Shin.- ciaoe to order. Ageaey for Shaker shirts a.J Drawers, with a ;eners! a?sortraeat of Fancy Goods. : u7 lm TOUGH BEARDS! PLEASURE IN J.JI A VINO bv the use of CHAPMAN'S MAGIC RAZOR STKOP; with which every person rosy keep his razar in perfect order, whether at sea or on land. It presents four face, jj.-h of -lifTerest eharpeainr proiserties, commencing with thn metallic Hone, of ten tnue- the power of tho ordinary hone, and finishing on the ?imple rail?kic- Retail prices 5') cents. 73 cents $1 00. at 25, ami $1 50 each, aceordins 'o size and outward ?nuih Tiie performmir part of a 75 cent Strop the stme as oue at -' M I C!l IPMAN, 183 WB&sm-st. V. B. Tb? perfonning part of if 77 cents Slop vsarraat.-'! to be superior to Gee. Saua ter-' be?t, at $3 each, and the mono/ returned if the purchaser Be dissatisfied. JJ* ?Jn OFFICE K (). 3 0 A X N - S T. VOL. I. V>. 117. S [Tf-*1 >> NEW-YORK, ALBANY ANDTBOl MLS ~C STliAMBOAT LIVE. For Albany, from i IW*tlav-s*reet The iRov ....Wednesdav Morning at 7 o'clock. ?hl ?i.,;K\XY.Thursday M. raina at T o'clock. Inc tWO\. .Frday doming at 7 o'clock. From the foot of Courtland-slrrs:. TVJSWi M.l.ow, \V,,!?.....,v end Krl. ,v Afternoon at 5 o'clock. PEOPLE'S l.i\t. otr aii.AllUOAta K p=*^_ FOR ALSMrr. tSSsS^iQtmt. . 41;,t ?wmoJioos steamboat NORTH ?. , AMI RICA Cant M. H Ivuesde II. leaves ibe Meam? boat Pfo* between I oitlar.it a-- ? Liberty itre, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, August 96, at So clock. For (reig bt or \ \>?age apply on hoard or to P. C. SCHITLTZ. at tse on the wharf EVENING LINE OF 6TBA.UBOATN. Leaves ibe Pier between CovrtJasdl and Libert*, -t?. the steamboat SOUTH AMERICA, Capt U W. Braiaard, Tuesday, Thursdaj an,i Saturday at 7 o'clock, P. M. The ROCHESTER, Capt A. P. St. Jo!*i. leaves the alove pur Monday, VVodneaday and Friday, at 7 o'clocL For passage or freight, apply to P. C. SCHFI.TZ. at the i>*cv or on k.-ar.?. FOB SHBEWSBUBfc ?SUMMER dRRAlVQEMM >r FOR LONG BRtNCH, OCI IN HOI -I-, Rl MSOM DOCK MIDDLE nm'N. AT BROWN'S BOCK A RED BANK, to. pso ?s. The steamboat OSIRIS, Capt. J. U. Allaire, will V^-gs^b yTuf *"'?' as follow i?leave Fultoa Msrkiit dip, East R.v.-. "?aaaaBBBaanuanaweTWy Monday morninpr, at -i o'cloct Tuesday. Wsdnesday, Thnraday, Friday, ?ud Sunday, at 8 o'clock, A. M.. and Saturday, >t 12 o'clock, noon. Returning, leave Red Rank at half-past 1 o'clock, every day, (et cept Monday) at !o o'clock, A. M . sr.! Saturday, ?t i P. M. The boat will run a. above until farther notice, navigation "uJ weather permitting. N. R?All freight ami baggage at the risk of the owner, thereof. _ jvillm A. P?WKLI. A t ?.????.. I. I >' sc. V C00 ???. Foil NEWBURGH, LANDING AT CALD v?-.^b. ?. *.?** WELL'S, WEST POINT A COLD SPRING***? ^mmmaaHm^mTke steamboat HIGHLANDER, Captain Robert Wardrop. will leave the foot of Warren-street New-York, every Monday, Thursdav, am! Saturday afternooo, at I o'clock. Returning, the HIGHLANDER will leave Newbnrgh every Men lay merniug at ? ov. ? '-.. and Tuesday and Frule) ivftoruoou at 3 o'clock. For fni*!lt or passage, apply to the Captain on hoard. N. B.?All baggage, aad freight of every description, and bills, or specie, put on board this boat most be at the risk of theowaem tin re.if. n a less a bill of lading er receipt i? ? igned for the sums, jv.n QBE A T A T I It ACT IO N !! I *i\ncfc FAR K REDUCED ? IS] cent* k and from Har 'fwffijfe-f'S"*^ lern. The proprietor embraces the earliest opportu aS V?a\L?nity ut informing his friondi and the public in gou era! ?S?t he i. prepared m run Iii? rew and splendid lue of 3l Ig as from the North American Hotel, Bowery to Re VY tt ('. Kei inger's Harlem Rivei Mansion House, regularly every half hour in the day. touching at other intermediate places along the route, and Bulling tln ir passage through iu about an hour. Neat mid spacious spartments an lilted up on each end of the mute for the comfort and convenience of passenger.. This new s-ot well regulated line running m arly double the number oi trip, daily that the Car-do on the trin k, gives it adcclded advaatagt overthem, ?tupping much longer each trip at Kell nger's aud giving p In? gers sufficient time to partake of every kind of refreshment -aieb are always kept on hand and served up in Uta best possible manner, on terms suitable to the tune.. Bower) and White Hall Stages tun a. usual every five minutes during the day, jyi' 6m J. MURPHYS Proprietor. ??. ? ??->, LONG ISLAND BAfL. rV^BgS ^JL, Ul-i KOAD-The trains upon this road leave Brooklyn at half past <J A. M, half past 1 and half pail 6 P.M. for the several villages ca the line when -tagns sud convey ancea are in readiness to convey passengers to the Sound side nnd to the Fay and (Venu. The train, return nt 7 A. M. and quarter past ! P. M., and hoi' pa?i 5 P. M. in.in Jamaica, affording time to vmt and diue at the Manne Pavilion stRockaway and other attractive places of resort, and return the sume evening to town. aalS tf WESTERN ISA V I 4* A T I ON COMPANY, COMBINING THE OLD NEW-YORK AND <>iil" LINE, NEW YORK LINE. AND IJTICA AND HI FFALO LINE. ?"Ii HE above Company are prepared to receive an.t forward I FREIGUT AND PASSENGERS WEST to ail Ports in tha Erie Canal, Lanes Huron ana Michigan, and on the Ohio and Wa hash and Erie Canals, on the most favorable terms. Families emi? grating west ami Merchant, will find it to their advantage lo rail Bt iheir Office, 108 Broad street A Steamboal ?? ill start daily at 3 P. M. from ike foot of Cortlandl street, and three Ciual Boats of a superior class will be .tar;.-.I daily from Albany. For Freight or Passage ap? ply to NOAH COOK a CO. Iu- Hr..id street, N. Y. 0. M. TOMLINSON a CO. Albany, N. Y. JAMES CIIAPPELL St CO. Rot bester, N. Y E. 8. BEACH, do. A. IL COBB a, CO Buffalo, N. Y. - Proprietors. AGENTS. Cnr.B OATMAN A CO. Cleveland. Ohio. DAVIS A SMITH. Partsmonth,Ohio, in'itIt. WEBB a CO. Detroit Michigan. ?atO.tr BRISTOL A PORTER. Chicago, Illinois. AMERICAN TRANSPORTATION COM PA NY.?Canal mid Lake Transportation?Merchandize, Pausen cer-. A-.:, iorwanled with care and dispatch. Fur freight or pua-ais apply to II. N1L.ES A Co ..V.I Quay-It., Albany. ) II. WUIUIIT a I'.,.. It...-,,.-, or. 'Proprietor. J. P. WOLF A P. J KNAUF, 99 Wash: st. NY ) Aad to....P GRANDIN, 104 Broad-st N. Y. ) CP. KELLOGG, " l. P. L. PARSONS I:Co.Buffalo. f *????*? H. WELI.S. 8 Court ?u Boston. I |yl tm "Vy, LONDON LINE OF PACKETS?Packet of a^SSi. 1 -i? 1 be p ? kei ship ST. JA MES, \V..-. Sebor, masiei sill sad us shove, her reg.lsr eay. For freight or pass ice, having superior accommodations, apply ou board, foot of Maiden-fane, oi to all GR I NN ELL, MINTFRN A CO. TP South-st FOR LIVERPOOL?Packet or Sept. 7th?The SJp-ieket -tup ROSCOt. II. Huttleson, master, wul sail as shove, ii-r regular duv. null GRINNELL. M1NTURN A CO.78South-st. XT. FOB ?ALE-Tue vhali.ig .hi Nl U'AUK. belong tlgjaj. tug to the Poughkeepsie Whaling Cmpatiy, snd now lying " a) their * h irfai Poughbi epsie. Thii ihip vai built in New - York in 183*2?ufterwardi ibe #as burnt to the water's ei'ge and re. huitt id Poughkeepsie in l-.'l"> suit an enure new suit of rigging. Ac. Sue will be .old wnh all her whaling material-, an I etui he sent to sea wi>b the copper she now has on her. For terms apply to I? s. SHERMAN. Agenl for ihe Company at Poughkeepsie. "r to a?l!l GRINNELL MINI I'KN v i'll. Sou'h-.r. HATTERS' PL I'.?? II?A good isortmeni .. usund) ' on hand, ut rilrfmrlu lute pricrn for cssH. Hal M BOUfaCIUrers re particularly invited to call aid examine it at 190 Pearl reet, up itairs. SILAS DAVENPORT, jy oil In* Agent. rti*RlN4. FAS?ION.?I1R?VV.N et CO.'Soaequai ity and one price Hat Store. 178 '.'iiatham square, corner) Mott-.t- Tlie latest fashion Hat. for the low fixed price of|\ iurpaatice* ju beauty and style of tini-h nay ever sold before for ihe same price. In presenting t'aesn Hat. to the public, *.!is proprietors thiuk they h ,ve rea hed the ulliuistu.ii of l^auty, dura? bility, oheapsess and. comfort to the ~ earer. All sales are for c_,h, ?hich precludes the necessity of charging a good enstOtUVT for loi??s incurrad by the bsd. rr.U- lu.' ^ SPRING FASBIION^-Cheap Cash Store, No. jHi'!,..::,",-.!. oppo-iie Ko-evelt -I.) WILLIAM brown"-I ^bM Fashiouiible Hat and l.'ap Store. A large and splendid j.-'.n meat of Cloth and Velvet Caps, of every styl?, and des rio'.ica uow in use; also the most exten-ive aaaortment of Summer list. "v?r ssaibited in any Store, ,11 of which will be sold at wholesale a"d ru tail, at the lowest prices. niclsi* Pa CHARLES, \V\T-40N, h\t, cap and h'r manufactory, 541 Cbath a m-street, and 160 Bowery sy.'i'.f .No. Ill BO WER 1* is itestabl ? in-nt in New-York to get bargain, ir. the B??t and >iioe Iibi) ; you have only to eall io b< convinced. Ladie,', Gentlemen ?. Misses,Boys' and Children*' Boots, Shse? un I Gaite/s. in -il their variety of my own manufacture and warranted first rate, at p ices to suit the times. Likewise ? large assortment of good country work, which will be. sold very cheap. _ j>-i?m WILLIAM AGATE, 111 Powery. FRE.NCU ROOTS AN II ?MOES, of superior we -naaship. constantly or. band. Gentkuneo woh.ag , lw. art.., . madeoa Paris dru by theh^t^^woi*^ will be accommodated by --ailing on HENRY N. B.- Pan. -oarfe Boet- on hand and lor sale. a rt Ira m HOOT**. ROOTS AND SHOESs-Uok and fa a ,7 . ??i r'iatks'j sqaare, directly opposite ?? Jf^maV'. Bank.'where -tands M Bos, RICHARD S Bool -st?-f a shoe Museum. Great, good and w?nde-lul?an 1 of the 'misiera CariosWss of the .lay. All wno wi.h to see a bur.. "J ihoei ex :ver wish to .??? , . ? .Mis ?U who fO'irage ., . ? ? . ir ? ? ? ? uh to encourage the honest BMchaaiCV-all who *re o,ipused to -tate.?-pri"?o Sloaopoly and who wear Boots a.--'i Shoes, rica orpoor, ?re inviied tu call wb'.re ihe . iiabl': sixpence passes for th-* "Ij* ling snc the large,t boot in l^e forld stands at the door, at jvbl Im* BOSS RICHARDS, l74Ch^ihajn-?o,r. ~~ BCNBAIVS Cheap Snoe and Gaiter Boot S'.ore. rtj T^^TTT Bovnrv. between Walker and Hester .tre'ts, ?r r" itsv be had ladies', muses' and ckildren's Shoes and Gaitar Boot, in great varieties. Ladies' G?lte?, from 81 73 W 8V sv. j) ? ??