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A CONTRAST. Beside the Hudson's tranquil sleep One calm Autumnal ev? I strayed. And marked the d**s on branches weep Where roses once their harem mace. They were not as the fa?fifol are. But pure those tears by Nature given From the evening tiil the raawning^tar ( Leads in the bra*warm beams ofhenven "How like." I thought, "yon matchless rose To th?- ,ad spirit in that hoar Jn which Life, like thai - unset, goes And sheds the p^niteiitia! shower. But joy ofjovs unheard, untold. Whin night winds shall those blossoms sever, No sun their leaves can re-trafold, While .Ws.once freed, shah hre forever. v,,.)or4. a^. M, IW. - ? . J- toecswi Shxs. , From The New Vorher. LETTERS FROM THE HEART OF EUROPE. ? Mlmch Moa'sy. July 19, leAL Sisct mv last from Vienna, of June 1?, now more thati j a month since, I huve. ? accomplished ' so tnar.y sights that ! -carce know how or where to begin to enumerate them. So much lor allowing these things to.accumulate. 1 left Vtenn i on Friday, J'in? 10, in a new ari'l handsome boiit called the ? Stephan.' The Danube for twenty <>r thirty miles above Vienna, like that pan below, spreads out o-.-r fiat land, i divided by many islands, and its bank-, though generally well wooded, are destitute of any thins like beauty. After this mountauis rise on either side and gradually become bigix ? and, teaching nearly to Lin/., the scenery is bold and pi- - j turesquei gloomy forest- clothing the -ide3 from the mow, t tain-lops to the water's edge, the river at one moment dai? and deep, and al an?thei white with its foaming rapid-. Occasionally perched on the summit of some high and pre ? cipitous rock, and sometimes nearly overhanging the nver, are seen the battlemcnted walls und ' Donjjon-Keep,' the pic turesq?e rains of some old Cu-ii--: while, nestling at their base, lies some small village with its monastic tower or qnnin spire. On the summit of a high conical rock, whose base rises abruptly from the river,fissured with clefts and bristli with pointed pitinucies, and ?o destitute of vegetation that il i? difficult to distinguish the ruin from the rock which sup ports it, is one of those robbers' nests, tin- Castle of Duner.- i stein, lamed as having been the prison of Richard Cceur d. Lion. The descending voyage occupies only about twelve j hours, but, owing t<? the force and rapidity of the current we wore thirty-is: hours in ascending. At Lin/ I spent one day?e.cnt thence by a small railroad to Grriindcn, forty-five j miles, and by a steamboat on its lake, beautifully situated atnidi-t the sal-l-nrc A1 j?-. to Ischl, a -mtii town i elebrai for it* Drine Baths and the beauty of its situation: it has b ? c.ouie quite a fashionable watering-place, attracting even thi Nobles fiom the Provinces of Austria and Bavaria. Ischl ] situated nearly in the centre of a romantic district calb-'i th i SaJxkammergut, (literally; ' property of the Salt-Chamber,' I and allowed by all guide-books and travelers to be ;i ? ! tno*4 picturesque, district of Europe. The scenery of the j ^Salzksmmergut,' wish its beautiful valleys interspersed with hikes und nver* of crystal purity, and bounded on even side by the Alp* with their snowy peatcs, although not so bold, is yet more vuiiedand 1 think a* beautiful ns that ? fSw it/erluiid Fn>m I-chl we went by a iohnkutscher (vetturino) to Salzburg', where I remained but two days, although the beauty of its situation and 4 sights' arc perhaps sufficient to detain s traveler lour oi five. Murray's Guide-Book says, " Salzburg is allowed; by common consent, to be the most beautiful spot in Germany." Rut the most interesting <>< ? jects of this section arc the justly celebrated Salt-Mines ui [iallein, eight mile- distant. Our party consisted of eight persons, imd, except my-.-lf nrid a Frenchman, all Germans; At the office of the Superintendent, near th.- entrance; we were each provided with a suit of miners' clothes to draw over our own, including a leather-apron to f-ist.-n on behind, a cap, nnd n -tout leather glove f..r the right hand :?thus equip|/ed, each carrying a torch, and with three miners hi gtridesj we get out -ingle file; our appearance reminded rr.e of a cang of galley-slaves, su.-h ai 1 have often seen going '?? labor. The entrance is through a small hole neat the sum? mit ol a high mountain called the Donenstein; trum this through a horizontal passage only wide enough to admit ..I one person to paSs nt a lime, and barely high enough to stand upright in ; ihi-. tunnel extends into th" mountain three thousand feet, und at the end of this i? the first shaft, like a dark well, und three hundred and fifty feet deep; it i- n * ijuite perpendicular.; the descent is made on a sort of in? clined plane, consisting two smooth poles running at tb< same angle with the shaft, and about a foot apart; the guidr seats himself across these, resting one leg <?u eithet pule, and taking in bis right bund a rope, fastened above and below serving us a balustrade. We imitated him, taking our plai ci in the same manner, one behind the other?(recollect, till this took place and 1 took mine w ithout know ing exactly w hat ii was all about; the guido.? and my companions were all talk? ing German, and 1 could not understand them ) When all was ready the leuder launched himself forth, and tke ti Jti descended with a rapidity, to a beginner like myself, r>-a, \ frightful, and ihe first distinct intimation 1 had of such i. hole or contrivance was when I found mysell (more than half a mile in the interior of a mountain) suddenly sinking into the earth at the rate of twenty-five miles an hour, and without the power to stop myself. The first thing I begun to think of, as soon as I could think of imv thing, was where this hole was tuend, or if it had an end '.?a curiosity laudable enough, you will admit. The suddenness nnd novelty ol this at first, though somewhat startling, is exciting, and be tore we got through I thought it very good fun; at the bot? tom et this wo passed through another set of passages more extensive than the first, in which the miners were ai work at the end of which is another descent, and:so on until w< had descended no less than four of those shafts and traversed u- many tiers of galleries nnd bail penetrated into the ? bowels of the earth' a depth of no less than fourteen hundred feet : at the bottom ef the lust descent we reached a large chamber titled with wuier, resembling a subterraneous lake, which is gradually l>oing converted into brine by dissolving the salt on its sides; this was illuminated fur our reception by meji sent on ahead for the purpose; we were ferried across it in ; large flat-bottomed bout: from this, proceeding-along nnotbea gallery u few hundred yards, we found two small caning. waiting for us ; these were simply on a long bole placed be? tween two: pairs of wheels; this we" straddled, as though on horse-back, the passage being narrow-, keeping our knees* close to the pole, and were pushed along by the miners at n quick pace. This last gallery i* eight thousand und forty feet in length. The tirst appearance of day-light is like a bright *tnr nt thi end of the passage and in u few minute* after we found our? selves in the open ait at the foot of the mountain and ein? in the town ; this wa* altogether a novel nnd interesting ex? cursion ; the salt does not line nor sparkle from the walls in chrystaJmasses, a> many travelers suppose, but is interspersed m vein* und threads intermingled with a kind of bituminous clay, mnrl and gypsum, and the manner of obtaining it is by tilling large chambers w ith water, and gradually converting the salt ft um its sides and roof into brine, which is conducted off in pipes to the evaporating houses ; those nr.- always situ? ated iu some district well supplied with fuel nnd arc not u:i frequently twenty or thirty miles from the mines,; these cbani bei? i?.o.1 wi-.l, water are sometime* fiuro two t>? 111roe hun? dred feet i? circumference and frequently in tiers one above another; the one we crossed i? :| boat ispnrposely kept holt filled to show waiters : the amount obtained is fifteen lbs pure salt to one cubic foot of water. These mines have been worked tor more than sis hundred years and so great is the extent of the galleries and passages that it is said more thai a week would be requited to explore them all. We were in the mine* about four hours and I judged we walked fully ten miles. At Salzburg I patted with a very clever fellow it Frenchman; we had traveled together from Vienna, ami came by the Diligence to thi- place. Munich, on the l?th June The Bavarian C'upitai contain- a population of nearly urn hundred thousand; the streets, like those of most German towns, present that old quaint appearance sttch as we see i the pictures by tin- old Dutch master*?the houses are irre guiar in their size ami form; thcrfroats crowd,,) with win? dows and ornamented with paintings m stucco or scrollwork, at th-ir corners are often tower-like projections or oriel win? dows and their -teep sloping roots perforated someiimes with j as raa.iy as seven or eight doimu.it w indows, giving i: theap- j pearanee ,.f the .-ides of a tnan-ul-iviir with its port-holes open ; j this is the character of the old town ;?the new part i> fin different: the improvements hero have be-r-n ail designed au. made under the direction of the pre-ent King, a fellow ? great taste and enterprise, and few finer buildings are to is found in Euro;?- than those that decorate this pan of th. | town. Of the people (their appearance 1 mean) one won! will .suffice, they aie all ' Dutch;! just imagine the thorough? fares crowded with such people a* you often see waddKnr in droves up the middle of Rector-street, jujt landed, (they are at home here,1 and you will at once have an ide? of the ap pearaacr of the st.'^et< of Munich. Through one end of the cit? run* the ' hxr, rolling rapuily,* a -mail utuiavigHbie mw i used chiefly for mill.purr**** JfBtit in th" Fine Arts?fro::: tie sj ernrfi*! wllectiOTS here drawn toeetber, a- '! ili?eivc/jura^c_ier!t given to tie Modern School?Munich may be said to have becotne th?- seat oC-the Art?. In thi* parricular "perhaps no >-irv north of the Alps offen j-rreiiter attraction; for die trareier of taste than the capital of Bavaria, and a!!, or cbie%,owing ... ::.? patronage, the tvt'.neri i:.-;- and _bi e> tn of ort- individual, the t? snirie ::ioBarch; in the; aceijrr.Miatinn of the**? trea.urc-, to the erection of the splendid reccptarle, to contain them. ar.<i in the improvements of the city, the content? of his own pri vate purse have betmJavisbed with a truly keijiy t;and. Un? der his fostering rare and the tn*te he ha- err-afd and dt? ???rainated about hirn: ?e_r>. rix bundred now ?ontritk in Minich?indeed be apr-ear* to tic petiectly ' r*;i:d' on Uns subject?erectintr new i'aiace*. Charcbes, ans other ..... _s ariparentiv only that he may employ artists in decemttLj them, wh'ie ttatnes and njtjawnents r;.-e in every direction. The new 1'alace. or rather an vi : ? ? i* rr.a-c.n_ to t.'ie old one, (already a- lar_? a- a small town.) i- orr.amented^ with frescoe*. amhe,/;_c- and bas^rJiefs by the hist artists ot the rlav. The turone-room '?iii in: decorated **itti twelve colossal statu?** in tri!: bronze, re;.re?entw_ the Dukes ot Kavariu in the costumes ofthe tin- in which tbev ived; they are by the. celebrated G-'rm?.:i sculptor, Schwanlhaler ; seven of them ore already fjniebed?they are ? snag-liique '. "Iliis will bean assembly truly worthy to ?urround a king. Alto eether the Palace 0f the Kir " of Bavaria for neatness, strict classical taste and beauty of its interior decoration, when titii-hed. w.h ?urpa? < ttn? is :>.irr.u!?*-.-|/ ev?,-r> Royai resi? dence of Europe. Th? art* of paintinc; in enraustic and upon glass, once supposed to have Seen lost, have htcn revived and are here carried on to their former perfection. The K:r<e. -aid to lie himseif a poet of no mean skili. takes de light in n*s"mMiitg about him an i e:ie,,iir-i_jno- this kind of' taleotn Schocls and Universities come iti for their shar ? Royal favor, win!,- the Royal Library stored with it* S00.UU0 velurc.es stand.ond to none. Vorily lor Munich this is an Austrian Al Jodoe Jeffries, of notorious memory, pointing to a man with hi* i...*11*. who was abeut to be tried, said?''.There's a rr'-rjt ro_ue at the end ?>f toy cat -." The rota to whom he pointed, looking at him, said?" At which end. my lord V j B??Ksi m wm ; fpj ? ?IlNgi^gs:. : C To Country l>? alcra.?T ..?.cribi -? - pco: -tant ly on hau.; at their Store, No. t&H T'ar! -:. i ? ,r VV . ?:. s com? plete assortment of School, Classical and M:jccLLs.Nrofs Books of the latest aad most approved edi?ons,.whicJi they < !-r upon the most reasonable term- for CASH or Ci.'y AtCtptoMtM ; also BLANK BOOKS and STATION ERY of every variety, to which the) invite the attention of Merchants visiting the City to make ficir Fel! purchases. ACCOUNT !'<>' iKS role,! 10 any pattern, ai.d uiatle to order, of the Host materiiil- and in superior style. FRENCH u:e! AMERICAN PAPER HANGINGS, BORD? ERS, etc of the latest patterns and r.<si colors, suited to the Country Trade, for -sie Jt ^Itinnjne lurers' Vrirtt. TZf Merchants and Dealers from tue Country arc ret]nested to c*l and examine their stock of c od*. N. B. Schools, Colleges and Libraries supplied upon the most hb era! terras. RAKER, CRANK <V Co.. Wholesale It'Mik-ele r- an.' Stationer.-, and Dealers tn Paper Hangings, Na. I5S Pearl St. an 19 1 in (Sign of the:** Ledtter.*1) New-York, near Wall st.) ; New-Vorh noil Krie Kaiirond suita Slock.? Notice is herein- given thai the New-JTork and Erie Railroad C >mpa ny "ill sell at Public Auction, at the Merchants' Exchange in lh< City of New-Y'ork. "ii Monday, the StRh day of September next, at Vi o'clock at nwu, under the directmu n! lUe i '??nijitrober. tji e ll.indr. J ThouaandDollsu-/of New-York Stuue Stock,.bearing interest at the rale of -ix per cent, per annum from the fir?t .lay bf October, iiicln sively, pay able quarterly on the fir>t daj - of .1 muary, April, July and October t b ling sti,ck issued in pursuance of Chapter l?dofUhe Laws of-aid Slate, "f til" yi ar 1-11. ,,ud reiuibur.anls at the pleasure of th- State at any time attar the firs day of October, I SGI. The .Msrcaants" Bank, in the t'ity of New-York, i- designed as the place f..r the registry and transfer of said stork, and will be the place for ihe payment of interest thereupon. Th? St?? k ? ill be sold in o rtittcali - ofOae Thousand Dollars each, aii-l the buyers aul be required to pay the aiumiut of their purchases respectively immediately after the sale, when transfers will be made accordingly. JAMI S litlWEN, President. New-York. _5th-Aturust. 1841. au-iri disdti / iBEBNOl'RH'H ??a ! ??:.> t i.a ti** a ? riK.rir VI ICAI. till_?The siitiscnl'ers iiave te en sppiuiiied by the pro prietor sole agents for the s de of Greenough's Patent Lamps, and Chemical Oil, and have'taken store No. 111 Broadway, where they have now ban-! ? c Snplete assortment of Lamps, f>.r stores, shop-, , churches, faelorii s, hotel-, .v.;. ike. eonsi-nnv of joirlur, a-trnl, study, Liverpool, maatel, side and brain h iHiiip-. Arc A.c. This article has , been used in mauy of onr principal hut. !- and ino-t re?pectnMe fami? lies, for upward.-of two veir- with entire satisfaction, not a sincle instance having oc:urred durin.' that period, wherein purchasers availed themselves of the agents' guarantee. Any one so disposed can be satisfied that a single burner will cunt more lirh.. at mi ex- ' pease of one cent per hnur. than three ordinary ininisrs, C'lUeuniur sperm oil al an average expcnr-i of three cots sach. Another, aaid not the least advantage from it- u-c, i ? the .simplicity of its construc? tion and cletinlincss of the che'aical oil. It is warraHte i to be. a |ar better ainl cheaper nrtiiicial lieht than any other now in use. Every lump will lie warranted, if not perfectly satisfactory, can be return? ed. Those about purchasing lamp? w:.u!d tiu4 it for their advantage , to call al the store of the subscribers, where the different kinds may be ?ecn in optrnlion. .old only by PEARSON* WHITMORE, No. Ill Broadway. N. B. A constant supply of Oil always en hand. nulS Im C at A ti I. E ?* 1 I. V D I I (sOCCCSSOB to oko. rCUSCHKR.) 11 AM FACTCRER OF PAPER BOXES 127 Willism-street,_of i*I every possible shape, siyl-.', *.n-l variety, for the use of anv line of business; constantly on hand a lar^e assortmenl of Square Buxe.. plain und fancy, siuele, and in sets ; also BANDBOXES, !iy the bale or nest. (ieauine (icrmaii Cologne Water imported, and fur .-ale at a very lew price. sO 3m i !MliA BUBREB < I.??TIS. DEALERS in ibis article I.ot deceived. If you would retail your customers, supply then, with the article which i- ackuow- i lodged by every eonaumcr wan ha- tried n a.- greatly superior to any other. My Cleih for carriage maker's purposes, marked A. has nevei been equaled for beauty of appearance, hardness and durability, shilu the 4-1 Cloth, which l ?dl from "isi to <i'i$ cents per yard, is warranted in cety respect fully equal to ami generally inucii bcil*r than the Cloth made in the ordinary way and with'the small old I fasbimtcd machinery. A cee..| supply now on hand of th* various , ?luaiiues. HORACE H. DAT. SuscessnrU Ro_bury L R.Co_ an- Sm l^i Maiden- Lane. plitiAP CABPEI ST? HE.?1 oUers loi V-; sale a new s.id j?:.? :s.11el a?i.rtinei.t el' t-t 'y Hru--. i-. line and sUf per tine Ingrain Carpeting, 1 MM Doth, i( uc-. Mutts, Matting, with all i other articles connected with the httsil ess, cheaper than call be Imi.ii. .. at any o'.hrr store ic the city. Persons from the country or city wish me tu purchase ?ill find it mni h to th -:r ad vantage to call before pur- : rIk.sitic elsewhere, at "7 Caaal-street, south side, n< ar Brrsadiray. au?73m DANIEL M. tVILC?X. UtlO?lt.Y AM? 1VILI.OH WABE.?The under s'rued olTer fur sale at wholesale and retail. Brooms, Tubs, Pads, Brushes, Mats, and Basket- of every description. Cords, Cor? dage, comprising a ?rener?1 assortment, and oifer?d for -al? low bv MEEKER A- SHAW, m \Va.h.re*!on-si aul" lm opposite the MarkeL MAKT BN IV. U.T__I10a*9 keeps coasts tlyon hand all k-sdi ?f BRASS A. GERMAN SILVER Castinga, hi No! 14 Spruce ?rereet. ietlStrn LOCK MANUFACTORY. ?iQt CENTRE STREET, Opposite Hester street) ?T^HE subscriber wishe- to inform tae public he bx- commenced 1 A mahufsxturing LOCKS for stores sad dwellings, with -uch ud vaatages n*-to enable Iura io furaah a i-isst katk ajtrtct.1 15per cent, less than auy olh-r maker m the city. i'er?iins wishing to pur? chase s: 1 find it to ihcir advantage to cull and examine be ere pur chasiug eUenher'. i.rit'.in' l*H AS. C. CA K PEN l'ER. ROLLED AMI PI.ATEKS' bka**?. AFIUST RATE art-^l.- ..i ttasUcd : l'lat.-r- P.r^--. e?r ?Isrsv- ,t found at JAMES G. MOFFET, 1S1 Prioct itr et, ttear Wooster ?line lowest iuat'-us prices. Likewise a s cry superior an^.r ot Coopar's Brass. a_* tf i ROLLED 4 rERi\IA_V SILVER. JAMES 0. MOFEETT, Iii Pnnce?treet. nexr Wooster, would par- ' ticnlarly call the attruuoa al Hardware IK-aier. vita Manul'arturer.. to his sujvtrtor artn-'e of German Silver, which he offen wr sale ?-hole- ! sale and reusil. of all ihscknes^r.-. and warrant! it eipjai to any, cither . ForcisTn or DouiesUC for eoior and -elm.aii-U OI1VD ". ??!, I. a4 sl?.\<: PO.rDER.?100 JL* i!e\ l's crlnbrHtej ble.ctit.ir Powder, just received aadiorsabsb} j.vj-_PERSSE A BROOKS. C Laberty-eL " piCINTI Nt; PA B Ii. ; Paper, a >i_es, constantly or hard and tor sal-.- !>v |y? PERSSE A HKIV.tKS. ril lah.rtv ?L j Afj REAMS iars- Imperial i'n.i.i. Paper for s?,e. _.' bj ft t.\t\j inches?isii.-aud quality ofthe F die New-Yorker.) It w I ha sold cheap for cash. Apply^to the Ed tor of lius paper. taOil 1 '^"'" '^V ion aoc of the bos: quality may !>e !:sd at Ali llcur? on application to rr : N: CLARK. 510 Bowcrv. K,_ , ^f?f"ui of lung experience (who pr_c_re? ? ij. ?ricnbor aT\ 7 PM aKe'" U' ' ' *'" 'av!0?- ?- -Ji* so_rs ? ; - A.M. R K ? K A t K >H? N : \ .... a at par for ? -__ _""''* ?**">'- reia.l si 444 P.-ar! m. n-JeVJ I.. T"* ?**??? ? roKKN. : .. , n***" ??>? ^ rrw.ne.1 to w?h eonfi ter.ee foe ,?e purpose r, ! Zl^l "i t:a<n""i ^ wnplaiats peculiar to fiVeb-. , ?sbich often lead in some form or other to i-niiacnt ill We.i, i W,H ??-?? relieve much oflhc .ufier,:i. -nd prevent th<*~ areid'en'ts tc . which all mothers are exposed. Pamphlet, c-uta.aiag Urs?aioruais direcuoas, and much information vsluable to feuial-s aad h'a '. of lam lies, may be had pratis where tne Pmlotoken is sold, at tiT* and I 44 Broadway. Iris Oreea?ich-stjeef. t.l Ptv,rl 79 and 100 Ful'on 5 Hudson, and 77 East Broadway. KiS Chatnnm.sad ia Brookiya" by F, Bailey, Fulton-street. Trice |1 5-. oer s>ottle. *i_i*5 , jr a a e ? b . swaix. PRINTER, _ _ 16 JOrTN-ST ? THIRD story. jef3 tf supTrior^vIiTte lead" the rrooki.v.f white le ai>v otipaxt. No. I'-' !".-." ?Ms, V. Y_ and No. 95 Ficst-st- Ba-oKi.t7?, L. L ovhi .V. B. White Lead. Oil*. Coiour?. Ac_ for sale ks aisov?. tf DUTCICEB, REYNOLDS & PLATT, A'.iorners. Salicilors and fonnscliors. Office No -i.-A . , ( Saxey DcTt kx*. Mercaanis' Exchaace, > ? A-N. Rcntoua, WsJEstrett ) m-TT-tf (O.H. Puatt. V I N C E NT L. DILL'S FIRST PREMIUM ?STEREOTYPE E o T > I> R Y . _No I its Faiton-st. (fourth storyi New-York._jels* tf E .n GR.AV I N ? ? N H'uol), D-.ne in the neatest manner, cbeasly and expediijou'ly. ?7 the orncr or m sew world- 30 a>n-sT*eet. Bt .MARX II AKT. Apply to the Editor or Pobiisher of ih? Near World. as-21 tf^ I.I?EOX tVt*.TBK(H?K. 3 7 A.VD 4 -A BO W ER C, NE W -TORE. Foreign Witte?, I.iq,ner?. Havana rind Principe C'icnr?. Grocer.. II .tei-. T.i? era*. Porter-Hoose? and <""urtry Merchants anppbe<l on reasonable term? tor cash or approved p'per. autil Int* ILFRED boa4 fl. CONSTABLE AND COLLECTOR, makes OCT asd SEXVF-s LaMDI 'KOi' W.aSA^ts. -a.-.FNT f*?r Lettin.-. Houses, &c. Office? at .Tlnrtne ( curt. House, No. 12 Beekmaa-sl. sul'lra Ft) I, WE 1.1, Ac BKE VOOKT. LUXIIMil IBL8 TAIi.OKI>'? KfT.tKI.IiH. A .MEN I'. 93 Puitor street, would res,-'. tfaUy uf'.rm l.leir frieadl and the public generally, that they bave ju?t received their tail usb icns, ana1 are no* prepared to execute all order- for '.he eutuinr rea? son in ui'ir u-nal style of elegance. N. B. Terai. Cash ar.1 prices low. s6 ALFRED 9.711 Til, HEUMIA.VT TAILOR. - 5TREET, Bai -?JL on band a sreB select-- t ^.- 'r-.i-ii: t i";.-'-.. <'\ : Ve?lh ir-. -sited ro the -?i?on. whicn he offers te siaae up for lh< public ren*rai.y ic -.tie very beat wanner, at extremely low price. f?r Ca?h en delivery. vf'.iy Jt>s?.\ NTA ITS*. ill F. R C H AST TAILOR. VND Rothier, >',,. 3? B-,*ery. three door- above llriter-nriet Nsw-York. Con-lsnily on band, a hand-one as?oruae;tt of Cloths. Cas-irnerer. ano Vesting.*, ?hieb will be made ia the best style a: the shortest uo?ce, anJ on the ino.; rtason?! le tercl?. jel? if pLOTHli\fi Vt'IlOLEsALC AM) RETAIL. V- A good assertment of ready-made Clothing, ntanufaciared ex? pressly for the Fall and Winter Trade, is no* being sold wholesale :..J -< : ,i .1' i' i.,t., v:i -t 'file -tock i? n-w ai.d can-i-is in p*ri of fine blue and S'^cU Beaver. Pilot and Fln-hinr Overco its. made in the latestnuhiotts; superfine plain and figured SilAaad Tabby Vet v ? t. Sstin. Valencia. Cloth and Satinet Vests of. a rarrety et >.;. !??-. i good assortment >' Casadmere, Satis l tr.i Moleskin Paatalooes, be? sides a tir?t rat.' lot of Sbi-ts and Drawers, viz rod twill.- 1 and pl.in Fl.inn?! t I' vario-i- qualities, bleached and anWcach- d Can loa Flnn ii.'t, Hamilton -t tped <' i led km fine ? hit- Mn-ltn.?Ail selling cheap for Ca-h. tad suitable for the city and country trade. N. B. Countrj Merchants arc par'i Marly re*].ted to call and ax* amiue the'stockTer themselves. .N'o 35 Chatham st ?S lm* ~~? iiAT!*: HATS ~iT\Ts* :-Tbe Fab FT-locnTTs J< -I..V? ready it WATSON'S, No 154 Chatham-street asd 109 m^*3B-.werr. ?t tb-- followinx fixed an-i and uudeviating price-, via: .<.lk..'..$t! it) | Beaver.fl 50 Mole.?T "0 i Nutria.* ?"') All wamnted on tine fur bodies, or the money refund-d if fiey do not )>ru\i: as recommended. Th>- subscriber will only remark that the above rtandard price, hsve heen established for tl e past wo y?ar?. and the inereas. il ami sxten* ? n e paironac- since received bc<rs ample ,,n.l rralifyinf rvid.-r.rt: of public j idgement, at WATSON'S, 154 <;haia;.m street, *ti tin and 160 Bowery. I/Ktl 'l I ?O 'lAt l-ame A ->()>. i i -Mr r rs'?inn-l All-n. of Near York City, f-ieliog bna- It" aggrieved bj sa advertisement sigaed Thos. Lane A Son. sno) having applied to us itatiag such fact, ws t:?ke this method-of explaining the sante; we therein stated "that Mr. Allen was but three years ia oar employ? ment, and ilien merely to block out uppers and attend the psarney . men. fur it is a well known fiel that saving during ih-- illne-s of .Mr. Lane ha never trimmed a ladies shoe, or cm a pair of .ladies gaits r boots, for a . :tri ifenl reason, tli >t he was n.,i conieeieut to do n. " in ? hieb we did not mean, or ?isfa the pnltbc to ihiuk be ?a. not com |..-t'nt to do it. bin wanted tserj to tintler-taiid lint are took charr- of tbe business ourselves. A- s workman, Mr. Alien t- of ths be?t. an I for cetucs up the .irlicle- of lad:e> -li?e? und i-:uter b.ots, ?e always considered hiei nnr" competent th^n anv other man we ever hid is our employment. THOMAS LANE a SON. I.'tica, Aug. SI, UML I hu<' submitted t? the publication of the above .irticl?. ? hieb, to e ther s ith the payment of all co?ts in ihe sun. I receive as a lanV i cienl atoiiemeiii for so cros? e. ? slumnv. SAMUEL ALLEN, it J. B. Mil er's, s> If_lie i'snal .1. J.No. 114 BOWEKV isdecidedly i i best establish? ment in New-York to get bargains in th- Boot and shoe line ; von have only to call lobe connncl. Ladies', tient!emeu'>. Misses, Boys' and Childreas' Boot-. Sbss . ..n I Gaiters, in ?II their yaristy,.of my owe munuf.ict.ire and warranted first rste, at pi kes to suit the tunes. Likewise a large assortment of good country *ork. which will a?- -old very cheap; jy26m WILLIAM AGATE, 114 Bowery. nAY'H ?IPBOVI-I) ?HEBT Kl BBBK OVER 3HOES?5,600 i-air Ladies' and GenUemen's for sale. The ?Dpers of this truly elegant Ovcr-.boe, made from !!;?? Rabber as im* ? porteil from South America, III sheets, are exceedingly elastic, the srttne shoe adjusting itself to every wi.jtn of loot, -?fter iban French kid up-! ids -"er lastsefthe most approved Broadway fashions. Th> bottoms or -.des of leather Un! between the rubber, are joined to pe;(,?r ?o securely a> t? I.? perfectly ?ater proof. These .Shoes have !>een trie.i thoroughly tiie past winter, and ?i\-n r>'i.cral satisfaction. Bvery pair warranted uot to decompose, srthe uppers t>i loosen from the soles. The trade are invited to examiag these and a general as? sortment of India Rubber Shoes, now m order for the fall trade. HORACE H. DAY, Successor lo Roxbury I.R.Co., au? 2in 1-Jtf Maiden-lane. ISVIN?; AM) PREVTING E?*TA B I.IStl.Ti E.NT. OrptCE No. I?l WltrtAJt, corxxr OF John-st. ALL KIM's ,,r SILK3, COTTON AND WOOLEN GOODS DYED, restored and ilressed, including ladies' and gaotleman't garments, such as Dresses, Coats. Shawls, Crapes, Velvets, Ribbons, Merino -. ffosiary, Cassimeres, Carpets, Rugs, Piano and Tabla ?'???? it.. Window Sh Mies, Ac. a-c. aii.tl Im" nAIl.lt K KS' HARDWARE, ?'- 96 Division-street.?a c..!ui> ete assortmt at of Sash Pullie,. Bun rTiiiifcs. Serew?. Anier iean and English Knob Lacks, Fine Plate, Dead, Cupboard, Draw Chest end Pad-Law k-. Barrel, Round. S-piare Spriusrs. Flush sue Shutter BHi-. ii.and Plan- Hinges, together with nearly every ar ticlu in the line, all of which will be sold as low a> at any place iu tin ;ity. ?lio, Cmi Nails by '-be ca<k. at ihe lowest nisrket price for eash. jel- JOSETH WEED l 'ir itK.VA IIAKI)HARK-I -V han.i extensiv? assortment of American Manufactured Hard? ware. -*lni.h they itl'er f.r ?aic at the lowest maoufiteturer's prices. ED WD. PURCELL A CO. audl tin 8 II ?"??or? to P.-ttilN>ne A I^me. Z.\ Platt-st. r-.r. of Gold. s3i1th's clock establishment. Corucr of the Bowery ami I>i>:soi:.st CLOCKSof every description in any quantities, good irua and cheap fer eojh. Clot k- made to order for Steeples, Bmk>. Ac. Abo, w heel- and piuioo? cut. Sin tl! ?alebes aa l moduli ror patentees. EntranceT\ Bowery. it SMITH, tf (Formerly Smith a Brother.l SANDEL W. KEYKBHT, Watch M,.-j Merchants' Enriiance. csrner of Wall and William streets hi formed a conn.-ction in business wnhS. HAMMOND. J their personal attention will be riven u. repairing rsne Watch? es. The most complicated parts of Duplex A Chronometer V'.'alrb-. put m e-iual l<- the oriciaaL Mr. Hamnioiai would a:ake his .?<cknowle.ts.-mei.ts to the Tra< e, for their Uiuilu--.? ami patronage since living ih New Y'ork. and ?* II alwiy* nv? their work prafrreace in ma kin? Duplex work, bat wi I not b? Hid,- to Kiak?" eny discoast from the retail price. Duplexrindependrul Second, and otiier Watches of splendid pat terns for sale, warranted perfect or tno taen-y retorned. J?<--ir) and Silver War- a.i ?sual. alTly RENKDiCT A UAMMOND r?RE EOK choliba 'KiKhHx AM? SUM Mfcl't COMPLAINT:?I hi- may certify isat 1 have ased Doctor j Jasrne's CarmiaaUTs Rs Issm iery cxteons'ety m Bowal Comp lain la, ans1 hsv?- not the !-*a-tbesiiaijon in declaring il superior to *ny pre? paration tkai I have met with, for the relief of those diseases. AVlCLItM Ststecuxo, M. Ii? Physician to me Cnxsberlaad, N.J. Alms House. Brighton, July 19, i-:tb. D*. D. JaVne :?D- sr Sir?Havisc ntrnle uw of your Cirmiaative Balsam in my fsmily, and finding it to be sdmim;;!-.- s.!spted to th ccsiplaibts for wbicb t: is intended. I lane pleasure in rcc?>mn^eo?fl^^ it to the use ef ny l-iends arts' la* public generali!. bebeviug thwse 1 ? ho arc arfu te j with any of those complaints will fiud r?lief in lae I R?e of this valuable medicine. JOkathas! Gotsic, M. D. President of GranrUle Collere, Ohio. New.York. Msv A'. 1<C. Prepared b> DR. JAYNE. 90 South-Thini .tr-et S. Id at wholesale -ail retail by D. Sands ji Ca. .. Eis. Broadway. Price 50 cents. aull lm important to females. DR. W ARD, IO Chamle-rv?t. confines bis practice to the treauneQ: of diseases of women and chiMrr-,. Hb loog espe-rrnce in lau branch ci hi- prof?sK?a enables him lo ^rtr? where others h?v* failed Dr. Wsrd'- m- th.-lef t.-^annr aJJ tensaleeomplasats is ?ucb as iore-[ j't bar a sh?rt naie to eject a cure. Dr. W. operates for -t.-abisuius oi ?.:t;. e|ub tVt. and al! other deformi?es. wtth enure success.? Ofitc ?ours from 9 to l? A M. and 4 to <? P. M. E. ALLEN WARD. M. D .Sorr*oa, Professor of Diseeses of Women and Cruli-en. tf ^so- 113 Chamber? ^r~>t. N Y rnPORTAlVT: ASTHMA CCKED.?P Ohio, yta. Ii. Dear Sir?Ooctwr Helmich bs.. atd some ? cr 10 Dot? tle- ofyenr ExrecroiAXT. and has found decedcj u?ui?t His be.tlii is tetter thsia for several years past, and his appearance indicates de? cided improvement in health. Ills conn ience is yoor cicdiciiie has induced tuta to re-.-oaimccd it to his friends. ai;J we are informed thai many ofihem havt been cured, and others greaiiy reliercd. Dr. D. Jsyne. Potts a GxaHaji. Prepar: d ooly ai No. Soath-Third street. Pbiiadelphut. Sold at wholesale and retail by A. B. A D. SANDS, Dniggisoj, No. ? and HO Falton-street and DAVID S.INL'S ? CO, 77 East Broad ?ay New-York. sal4 Its PEACH ORCHARD COAL-The subscribers _rr duly receiving their supply -f best Red A?h Peach OreS.ro CoaL broa.ee, erf ?ad not size, which ifley -ill /ell ua lot* to sun purchasers, at me lowest market ra?t t, Also. Waite Ash. Liverpool -od Virginia Coal*, -rjo,/ WARD A BROWNE, late A^i'nc: * Wirf: corner of La-rat and W **hin.-'i n-<t? ?)E ACH ORCHARD I O ?L ?.L> ::: : -Mr .:: A io-e-t market price*. Also. Le.1 eh. Laeks*aaa. Liverpool. Sttej aad s ir-ima Coa.*. 11- thr?urh the P'?t Oftsce ;-in- lu.l y ttterided to. at_361t-9* " J. TERRELL.of Hadsoa aad Atao*-?t?. "IBCSINIA COAIu.._Ntv? di-ci 1 - J- tssro Pier, foot of Vestry-?*? N. R- i ?apenc*-qMlrtt ej Vir pma C. ... r * Uk bv WARD A BROWNE. -- It 1st? A2d?r??ii A Ward. .-^r. Lvchtacd \\ ??hirir'.nr.-.-. / -O 'I MI.?*?.IO.N PA PER WARE HOUSE. V. sarrsr nbers It rep constantly on head and effer tor sale in lot-ta - ui chasers? WRITING PAPER, ofall kmc*. .Also. Robmsaa's Bi vnk r-ook Pai.-rs. of si! kinds. PRINTING PAPERS, of ill sizes and .'saiitie*. on hand or mi-f to order, at snort notice. . Th^v sl-? hsyp on hand a larre assortment of Wires. Felling*. B! it Saaii.*. Bleaching Powders aad Soda Ash for Paper Manufac? turer*, of th'ir own "importation, of the bast quality, which they offer a; rer* |osr prices. ? .;? " PERSSF. A BROOKS, til Liberty ?treet. 'CO PAPER nANVFACTCRBBS-P? J. of all sizes, Sv the set or -nisi- plate, kept ou hand and lor >a!' by the .urr-^r:ber." Ai**\ all kinds of Paper Machinery furTttsSed st th? ?honest neticje by Messrs. Howe A- Qbddard on spplientioo to the ?usscrtber who is their Aren .n thi- City. EDWARD CURTIS au_4 .<? P?p*r Wtr-hou-e. 11 Liberty street. p.lPER yiA.NCF.lt l lH-Rs' AND COMMISSION I WAREHOUSE, No 31 Lib?rty-?treeL?Printing, Lithoc-sph aad Colored Psper* in all their varieties, made to order <>f any s,na? ht- from common New., to the tiue.-t Book paper made m the couu trv. at th-- fair market prices, front the very superior to ilia ot Mc?r? LC. Si W.Curtis, n.-ar Boston, a.id W. A M. Curtis. Belltille, N. I ami from ?everal other manufacturer*. saviue the be*: of machinery. All order* taankfuliv rectised and promptly executed. EDWARD CCRTIS. Arent. PKE.TCH AND AIKKICAN PAPER HAU?. C IV.S aud Borders, for sale c-i-ap. at the United States Paper Hsirier aad Band Itox Warehouse, 63 Caaal-?treet. near Braadwsy, Nea \ ? > k. Rooms papered in the reitet m uaaer. nut tin JOSHl' \ BRl ?WN. t!_ Canal-street. STEEL PE.Nss.? Mojlkv'j ?j i\ .-?,?->?.. Pea*. A c?..d assorunentof POCKET-BOOKS, and .>ih-r .eod - at wholesale. E R. GILLESP1E. 19 John-street, au'J) _m" Between Broad way. aad Nassau. Ul'ILI.M.-The - itscriber re.-pcctfull) '? ?-* leave to inform a.? (Haids and ine public that he has on hand. tin ! i> COBSUUltly re? ceiving, laree invoices of tjuills, which he offer- for -ale at reduced price-, w eiles t!- s;.4 retail. Country merchants would do well to call, before purchasing elsewhere, ,t je-v. tf t. MeKEACHlNE"S. -_V> P?i?rl-?t. aI'll.I.s? ilTllPB RJJ GOB D.?HA YDEVS Steel rel? ate better iu all respects ihaj QoiUs?more durable, equally pliable aud chevp. They -ir- earefbllf made, selected and re-?.-|ected before offered to the public. It is believed that iheir owe merit- will soon rive them the pre-emi? nence amens others. Th? trsde supplied at wholesale by tte Arent. EDWARD J. END. Pl*tt-?treet. N. B.?For ?ale by the pnneips! Stationers and dealers in Pens in the City aud Country. auitO ly rti SPECIAL Ai'PtUNTMENT. JOftPII U t Is Is O T r , PEN MANUFACTURER TD I HK QUEEN. S VsCTII-i.V.?The histb character of these Pen. hns induce 1 the *^ attempt, on the part of several disreputable makers, to practice a/r?si cot only upon Mr. GBlott, bui also upon the public. An in ferior ?.rticl? iiearinc the misspelled Haine, ihn?. Gil!i>', omitting th" ?r.ai t. is now in the market. It can readily be detected by its un finisbed sppearanca, and the scry cemiron ?iyle in which it is put up. Ohtrtrr. the ie;uiiUe Pen are ?II irnrhej. iu full?* Joseph Gtllott's Patent.'" or," Joseph G llott, -rarraaied ," ,ud that esc.'i gross bears a fac sif.ii'eof hii ?ignatare thus : The above may lie aad. wholesale, of jyl5 ly HENRY JESSOP. 71 John-su ear. of Raid. CON FECTIO NERV. THY. ?obscribr re-pecifully informs his customers and other? that be na-removed from W"illiam-?treet. to the-tors formerly Decupled by Mr. Charles Lae, the celebrated Black ihk Manufacturer, No. ?_<.?) Broadway. f>.'iw.-cii rt'?r~n sail Chaisr,iers-?in,et?. opposite the City Hnll, where he will continue to manufacture HRY CON? FECTIONS of the purest ku..l. and warraiited to keep in all civ m it. -. Although th.- expenses attendant on -o lanre an establish snent aw. in so public a situation, tnusi neces-arily be greatly in creiL-esi, yet the additional facilities afforded nun in the mauufacturine and sales department, both of which beiui; ander his immediate eon trol. will enable him to -ell at his u?ual low prices; and he hopes, by so doing, to merit a -hare of the public favor. It nay not be im? proper to say that the subscriber is a practical workman, and hs l-teii engaged in ike nsanuiacturi-| of CoalhetioBs for upwards of li. y.-ur-. which he Batten himself .-untie: him to a fajrorable notice, siit. ly Till IS P. PEEKS. I .71 PORT INT NOTICE.-.Horisoa's Pills.-Tne I Public- of Amerit i are uiforaied, that the 15riti-h College of Healtii. London, baredutmiasedMr.Taylar,of 94, Broadway, New.York, a their (ieneral Agent, and thai now, therefore, they have no longer ? general agent in America. This is particularly impressed oa the p??> pie of the l'nitei! Sute-, as it is well known that several Individuak are endeavoring bo pain off their Medicine- under the pica that the) are acliug as I ieneral Agents to the Establishment in London. Merchant*. Trader-. Agents and others, ma) be lUpplied mi the saiui tsrms a* their late agent, Mr. Taylor, by sending their orders direct n *.lr..r.. MORISON, st the British College.of Health, Hamilton Plexi New Road, London, when they will obtain at the same lime a Certifi c?ie of the genuineness of the Medicines. Look fer tile revocation of Mr. Taylor'- appointment and other par ticulsrs, in the New-York and other paper*. All debt* owiur to Mr Taylor for Morison's Medii inea, are to be pmd lo Messrs. FIRTH & II ALL. of Franklin s.paare, New-York. MORISON. MO AT Si CO. British College of Health. Hamilton Place, / New Road. London, April ?">. 1841. J N. B_It ?ill be renieintiered that Me.*?r*. Morison's late Airetu Mr. Taylor, w rapped up und -old their Medicine* to the public n pin.', labels; therefore *nch will now no loager he genuine. The Me ilacmes of the British College of Health will henceforth be sold as ii England, with the words "Moaisoa's Hxivcasai. Meoiciaas** enifra seo in rhitc Utters upou a red grvuitd, iiilhe label a.'Gxcd to each boJ or psx-keL jy-? bu DR. F. FELIX Gul'RAI;DS KM' DK I'.EAI TK. OR. TRUE WATER OF BEAUTY. PUBLIC APPBOBAlION has to decidedly -tamped the ?upen I ority of thi* Skin Lotion, that littl" need he said in in I praise, except that it i- what it professes t? be, a real, efficaciot [ remedy for eradicating ail Cutaneous Eruptions, Tan I pimple-,-p?i-, if. gradually producing a delicate, clear, soft skin ? transforms i-i'n the most naliow complexion-iuio radiant whiteness producing -rin-ate. sinie ne, k. hand* -siat arms.aad imparting i beautifn*,jnvenile bloom to the . ?nip|ex..iti Geailemen whose lin-e tre leader.after shaving, will find it excellent beyoi.il compare ii ameliorating and illaying that most unpleasaai sensation? the irri lability of the. -km. ami. iiNitinr the most ambrosial ijualilies, wind seem like ?? a ihoasand fragranl posies;1' it i- a aamue srticie and m mistake. ilt ts: si /ear.runic puur it trist, iju' elle drvratt <?i ;oar? #< '.router tvr let tu'lettes del dtmis el d'ti jrn'.itk.imoii s. Th< following ire lelecte from au a'-andsnce ef lestimaaiabi w inch bav< been voluntarily tendered: " I has.- \ our Kau de Kcante in u-e?it is an admirable article an.: I shall recommend it." s h. Puiu.urs, Philadelphia. "I have had 'ever 1 calk for your wa-h. for freckles, Jr;i:. A lady liriuc here tiuu.ht a bottle of you aud -aid it had the desired effect.' Alkx. fl't'TMatc. No. 4 Stanwn Hall. Albany. "I cheerfully !>ear te-liniouy to the eificaey ami perfect innocenC' of your Eau do Beauts : it ;s de< idediy a valuable co*m- tic 1 canuol cotisei t that vi.? publish, my name " The above is from a lady in La Rot Place. "Dear Sir: Having had a very favorable opportunity ye?terda> evemne fer expaiiatinc on the merii* of your 1 Baa de Beaute.' anfl -how me the effects it produced ?u mv hand*, a younir lady requested I would procure her a bottle of il Please send one per bearer. Jos Cm M-. Broadway.'' So strong i? the proprietor'* conviction of ike ?niire etticacy ol the abov? invaluable preparation in reali/.iac ?|| that it pr-fes.es Ic Dpbsh that any riissefiiped purchaser can receive his or bei moaey Sack if reque-ted. To be had only at Dr. G.'l Exclusive Office. 67 Walker-treet. one door from Broad way; at $1 per bottle, and of David Sand* Sc. Co lirurratv 7! East Broadway. aulo eod_m Dr.WHIELffi<^' OCULIST. 1NI I.ATinD.OI?EA*S'KDrA'VO WEAK EVES, DR. WHEELER i ?cua-t. No. Cr-ecwjch str-.-et. N. Y. respect fully iafor-n- the publie, that in roniequracsj of his practice haviuz become eularite-l to so rreat an ext-nt. he Is compelled to confine iu cTi?? attendance strictly between the h ,urs of 9 A. M. aad I P. M . after ?sich hour he visits his out-door patient*. NotwRhstaodiniJ that ?aiouc the many hundreds of cases which Dr. W. has attended, mauy nave been operated on bv other Prof-s-or. without sneces-. and pronounced by them innnusLE, yet Dr. W. hs* never failed lo -raddlethe disnase. and effect a perfect cure, despite every disarfvailsge which may have presented itself, and in many n stances almost without hope. It Is this unprecedented success in hi treatment of the various ^hitherto considered incurable; diseases ol the eye. that enables him with confidence to refer the afHieied who may be unacquainted wiui him. and hie add mode of treaimr the jj-or.ler of this jr* ?u?to numerous restored patient* in the first elas. of soci? ety, respacung an professional abilities and skill as a scientific Ocu ist. Chronic intismtnii.or. of the Ey-lid or sore Eyes, however loce stai .liar can be effectually and I*ermaaeatly cure.;. XT Ai. other iHteatea ef the Eye cured wnboat ?urrical operation. S T k A B I S M PS, j Common!*/ calltd Squinttue-) AND CONFIRMED CATARACTS ON THE EYE, S.j"e\ aad -rf-ctuai;;.- reaiov?C in a few minutes) with -carcely any tr.eocTealence or pain to the patient. '#" Terms to ?uil the circsm-unee- of the Patient. N. B.?OtSce houn :ru:n, - o'tiix k A. M^ u::til 1 P. M., after whicli 0U1 door patient* are rtaitasl. t. !?,' SCOTT'S BAZAAR, No. 37 Dr.y-sTXEET. Be iwtx GretnuncX'ttreet and Bruadteay. XT Celebrated for its pure, spaxkiiag aad brilliant ALES, and the luperiority of iu REFRESHMENTS 'generally. j?-? t/ FI ?KM 'OVELTV COOK KTOVK.- -V ..f sale and retail st iisk* stove l ?:.-. v sT, No309 Wai-rst, ? (J rloOC iio?e F?hoa ... it,.,;. in*. bakin?. rwtiug, frving, Ate. m*y he ?dl eo* Ja'"d at "ab? out leti n.?. to a grean t -\ tau uxi ? itb !? ?? fori tbaa I?? e?er before, been acromp ii-hed. Tb?: o??: ;? ht-nn) oa J new rrtBsipl?, making it equal t? the hot bra* oven for baking. \\ ithi.at aay cinULge of draft ex -ept durtne .rnitioni it i* ever read? KW ??klag ? while mv -r all of the other cook inx?- In proccs?. The, tof? of the slot* 1* of a level saarfisee >;;d ia cmde.; by pal. Bl plate* b*U? four t? Ha* pla-es ?f ,-e| iii size or ihr? to s.tnrit one large oval So:.''. eaasujM from rieht and left to forward and t-ack. as mav be rot, aired III?. ? Rich in the medium .i/e.1 ?t.ve.-uch as la u?ed in ordinary ? i/.-.i families, contain- fi paii? of water, tofrther with - stasdb era and -teamer? for w- tables. It ? ill a'-s j-!rrtit -J 'anr?* ?**>> ,,0<r e?.? as abe?e, or bi tskinr .-J ir? c-utrj plats wilt admit I boiler of the vime hentht. whi.-h will h-ld39 saib.n?, e<iua! to if brl?. aed ?> ...1 th- addition of a wool ?teataer ?il! be I or St ain 9 0> hol? 04 ?? gsa> able-. This boiler will he found u?e|'u! in Ik slang a ster for baib.:..-. extcu.ive washing, ?cai.iinr pigs, etc. ?ithuul any exira <? ?pru??- of fuel or -ine of the stove. It I? unnec-.-.*-;. to so .tie ail Us m> ritt, as by examination every ??e ? til -ee that for . empacines* and amity it ??h-ls il. tie unpsr-lb'le.l ?nd proftciOOS in .-sera re.pect. FISH'S STOVE ESTABLISHMENT, 909 Water-st. N . \, R._\!i kiu<l> of Stores, Copper. Tin, and She. t Iren Ware con? stantly nr. han.l and for sale r.mabhv,_sali e.sl -tin ^ I OA K?7 ?TO? KM, S \ I irre i.m)rim?at of Stores for wood or coal, .unable for lor,,--- or small Families, also for sale, Hall and Parlor Stores of? the Steel pattern-, chesp for c isli. J?bb;n?t dore si the shortest notice. AH orders thankfully received v I pun. t "?l!v attended to. aul tf ' ?.E?? HxitKlS. K-s ke.- .treet. pilEAP! CHEAP! I'HKAP! it JAMISON A JKR. V VIS'S Chesp l.nsrsvinc and Printing OtSco. I Visiting Oud Plate earrave-l and riiiy Card? for only $1 jo. All other Ein;-.- . s- . ::- h.lf the usual prit --. PJoasecail an- examine >peciui.-i s. No. 49T CourUand ?t. corner Greenwich._auiS lm KOI .ill PKlai KOIt PKIA'TIlsTG t XKOh, I Pearl-etrvet, 6*e doon tbon Peek-Slip, 'i in. Haehine brings the boainess "f t'sr-.' Pi^allttf ,ie a bictterpoiatof perfectioa than it tu? ?fore attavioed. sad ?: * tau. h cheaper rate ihau ii be done I.y the.oiHiH >n mode of Pnntiue This , Macniuc took the p.eimum lor the best Card Pre^ in me. Cards printed from 91 50 t? v! per 1000. sa!3 Im ( AltDs: CA Kl? V CA KD?T iTocotxtolive I'rrs* CARDS. 107 ^^ys-SK'*'/. " -,-'.v J au-sttoat, .fl^iV.a ler. ,"-s.._-J ilitrd di-ar f' "III |Var'. Till-' Mb _JM"-astssvss-.wsaia: not I.eeipjaJ. ed forsp-ed and h- ?u y of priatin?. Cards pr-nted on IVt- NacahM at niucri cheaper rate- tmn !?? I I- ' oo moll mo-.' ol pr.uliHS I'.nts. Visiting, W .-d.tiug and Store Card? engraved .otd printed. au-tllni WM B. FOLtiBR. 107 John sL, 3d d.froinP irV MK. FKI.BV bOIUU'l't roUDRES .-If"! I l ' Personal beauty d peuds so mur-h on the i| pea ranee and partaa smoothness of the skiu. thai a aalever roniribtites to iiiipr??.' il uiusl lie considered au object of imporl.uc? lo all who aie SoUuloaa Is I.., the aitvantrfe which Lord Cbestertfeldi a nominates M .- letter Of recommendation on all occasions,'' and certainly the pre.-ntasd (?iure ige. mu.-l feel iheiisc've. indebted lo the utveator ut UVi curious chemical pr-s by which hair is effectually uprooted freia ' the upper bp. side of the cheek, or neck , I" . bi ahiiful w?iu?n, ?Ith out Hie slightest injury lo the -kin. ill ofwhich uan ?.- Hone by snag the rMioetratiag p-.wd.-r- of Or. Gouraud, and the preparation eaa iv soon tested To be h?d ho ? here else in New-York bui at AT \? *lkei street;lone door ftow'Rrwsdway. <i perbott GOURAttD'S VEGETABLE I.I'll 10 ROUGB---Ce?posed ma. tenally from Rowers and sinaplaS. iasparta a boasliful carnation in ifce ?km. immovable by rubbing witn l io f.u?rer>, b.o.k- r. ? *? cloth, or by perspiration. Price 50 cents per bwttle. aulSasadSni QTATK'OP NK-W-YO*K?CANALDKPXRTs?JCNi - I .- a k caxavtMC on Tna Piratic Woatts ?TheComaaissioBers i ih< ?'? njl KunO, hjr unu* if the ai t enti'lr.l ?s an sritop-.s'd- folsds (ureaisy. I Use us ih? pualie sroriu now it.- proven." purl Mty ltth,i)HI ? r give o put ,eilri) pr.,p.,..l, will he received ualll Vs>. wesslay,lb. lif ! teenih d y Seineiii-er tn-tan', anti< foer ?'. lot k iu 'he ?Berne ? of ih.t day. f..r ., loan ..I .even h....?1.^! ti...u-.i..l .lol'sr-. I .r ihc stilsite e- | ( . ihe tile Can .1; two hundred ih'JU.s il dollars 'he fui-Tw I. ' o.e ' tlene.ee V.i'leT t'ltnl. old one hind ed thousand do lsra fttt 'he ...nur i doaoftlw Bl.ik River Ciiid; tnikoic in Ihr whole ikossuoofISFSC s I sSU of dollars, fur .nhleh iraioferiahUeer?lVaies ol no^k wnl be issuedin the I name ? f the pe.,p|- of the Slate of N-w-V?is. b?silng iiit^re.t .it th. n'? ?>t Ii.r per r-nl per snntiui. payable ou-? <"'r. ?'? h "' J *'"' ' ?? April,Jm|s sod October,in ea h fear,and the princili .1 p yshle on the ?..I I day o' July. 13s;.i. ?r ,t my rime llier. slier, at the discretion of the Coa, ? 1 wissioncrs of ibe Canal Fand. The prop. ?.l. .11.old itite the wh-.le ,um the bidJer P'npu.cl t.. |. nd, , 1 ii..t >?? 'hin tri. thos.ind d.d'sn. and ibe a.ml In money It* Il ?i line t. ?i.e r-r e?.-i, hutidr.d d-.ll in of ?I.? k. All p".p >saU t-.'?e.e.dsd up SI I , j endorsed ?' l>>in f.,i ibe enlitee , en: of ihe Ktie Itaasl " -r ' I^'sn fvr t;. COB't'lirtion .( Ih? fiere.e* V illey Canal," or " lens f t the MmtnKtl ' I ol ihe Bl-ck Ri??r C .n-l." as Ihe e,.e miy te, and eacWd ill an siivsl op>- slrected to ths Comptroller at Ab my. 1 On asstice h'inr liven of Ibe arcepiaiic* i f the p-"po-al>. the it nnry nnet ' r*- deposited lo Ihe credit ? f the Cnaimiiiioners of the Con] Pans m Hi* New-Yotk S:.,:e ?ink si Albany, Of in ihe Bank of Ihe Man bat'in Coaps. ? , oyia the city of Ness.York, The itorAbo'den re-idinr. i? the lo an I 2d Sei st- Districts, ard those re. ? siding oul of the Stste. ?dl recei e ibe iniereit on the .lock h-ld hy iheni, ipnrt-rly. it th-B oikuf the Mj hat oi Company is tbecity of N?w-Toik! , I ill other stockholders at th? New-York s'its B ink ii Ihe cby of A'hiajr. The Cummisi'oi.en rt isrre to ih' BSMSrss Ihe right ol l-kini. a leu sua I than th it which may he "(fere'l by a?y pcrsoa ol 3 -nk. if ihe od r is not m their Opinion advinlsgeom to the intr e,i? of the State. L BRADISIf. I.i otetiaot IS-verr-or, JOHN k. COLLlKit, Couptrulier, kl J.C. SPKNCKB. "ec'y of State. l- II. L. HOLEKY, Sursey ir (len-ril. WILLIS IIAl L, An y Oei.ei ?!, n J. HAIOHT, l ies.uier. Aiis.or. s,pt. l,i. mi. r.'Jt-l Comas isslaoeis of 'he Ca'al Pssd ? |.Y tllAVtEBV.-Hi-rrrr the V, * Chancellor of I s Pint I Circuit-?Isaac Varian et. John It. Pelsrs and other-? Master's Sale, Edgar Ketchum, Solicitot Stutr nf .Yrir- )'.,ri, ??.?Ptir.ii ir.t lo a decretal order of ihe Court of Chmi'.-rv. made in the ibove entitled cause, will be sold ?t pullx auction uiuier the due nun of the inbscr ber, one of the Masters -if thisCouruby s. p. larraham, Auctioneer, at in? Merchants' Ex change iu the City of > * Yurk^on the I I ih day of September h?tt, at 19 O'clock at noon ofthat day ?All thu-e eleven certain lots, pieCSt or parcel-of laud situate, lying and beii e in the Sixteenth, Istes ? part of theTwuiYh WarsloClke City of New York, knawa and dis tingnished on a map eutitled. map of property in lite ivlih Ward of ( '? ibe Cit> of New-York betongiag to Hmry H; Leeds, David A Coo> t ? stock. John R Peters. An.siom Peters, Bnssell Stebbias, Joke Brou ' i?er and Jacob Bronwer, and filed on the 1st December, ISM.ia Iks' f orfireof iee Beeisi r ..f me City lud C.it/of New York, as lots t numbers Ms, 157, 138, I59j ]>/>', is.-, mj, km, 195, 194 le-uud-d j . and eoatafawg as follow., th.tt is tu ssy : lot No. 5e begins :it a point ; on the northerly side oftXtli -lre.-l, Ui tai.l ITS feilt westerl) iio.n lue corner lo. med by the intersection nf Ibe we terly .ids of the. Oih j ' avenue with the northerly side of Sfirh street af.re.ai t running th II CS northerly on a In,.-parallel with ihe blh aveuue afor.-iuid. sod , aloui; iko westeriy sole of lot No 07 on . ..aid snap, ye teei 9 iseki - ts lot .No -.' on .aid map, thence we.l.;rl>' along the re.r of,.-.' :,-l ' nMnttoued lei fe-t to lot No. 19 on said map. then..- loutherly , ? along the easterly side of said last mentioned lot 96 feet'.?inch? roths ^ . northerly side of '.'?itb street aforesaid, tbeuc>- easterly along ihe northerly side of tloih street feet lo the pl.ee of ?ej:iiii mg. Lots No*, 157, 156, 159 and 160, laksn lotreihsr, begin at a puiat on ih? northerly side of-JSih strer'. dial SB1500 feet westerly from thecorurf formed by ibe nilersec'ioii of the westerly side of the tith as-euue?.n j the northerly side of'JSth -ireei sforesasd, running thence uorUielly on a line parallel lo said Mb avenue, and along ihe westerly sides uf lo's No?. I.'eS and 1 fi 1 on sset map. 197 feet'J Inches to the .oiitherly J side of iTJth street, rnaaiag thence we-ierly aioUg the soatherly side ; nf 39th -treet d-J feet 6 ir.ca. s, more or less, to land now or formerly , ?f-. running ibenr.c sovtberly along ?aiH last meationed lind to the a? rtherly side of'98th ?ireet tforesaid, rnnniag tbenee easterly along ihe uorthsrly aid* of 96th street sforesskI. 99 feel t, incbaas, more or less, to the place of besianhig Lot No l88begiesarapoiat 0? <be nortnerly .nie of 99tb street, .Ji.Cant 1.^1 feet westerly Iron, ids corner formed by the intersection of the weaie.rly -ide of the nib use nue with the northerly ode ol tim .tr. .-' aforesaid, runtiunt Ihenrys ' northerly on a line rarsile. with the h.n avein;,- af.res-,:.}. and along the westerly side of lot No. 187 on uid map. 76 feel 11 in< ne.. more or f leas, to .'and now or formerly of-Stewart, lh-i.ee ?,.;erly ?loa^auid Usrmaariauad Jksssd to lot No Is.i on said map. tha-oea SOeuerly ?tong said last meuiioueO lot TS fee-. 1 miS, more or |e-s, io , the northerly side of 29 k street afore-ai ), th'lite esslerly aloas th* i ' northerly side or~39th street aforMid, r, r-et to ihe pl ? - .,f begia ine. IaotrNoa. i'.ri. \'J.t, 19?, 195 and I9r.. isken Urether. I sfiD al a point ..u rJtObortherJy side of tfjih street, duum il>; feel westerly irora the -aid -.ruer. formed by tae intersactioa of iha westerly tide ! oflheath av,.uue wuh Ibe northerly ?de of-J?tk street afores.id. . runon g ihenc.) northerly on a line parallel with -aid 6:b avenue aud t atknsg me -e.teriy side of lot No 191 on said map 57 feet 7 in-hr^ more or leas, to saio land now or formerly of_?tewart rua ' um? inenee weeterly along said la>t ineat?,Ded Und to fotNo i'/T oa ..?! m.p. iheiice souiherl. aioaj ih- . a-i-rly ride ofsaio lot No. 197, 7l Tnl' ^ ' *7C ?"^?'y ???? of 159th street ?orm*>4, rj.sme thence e^ierly along ,ho northerly sole of sJU. Street 1? f. et lot;,... j,i?;C ?; bosinoin?. ! Dare i New rUSJ^ M"l"r la Chancery. 33 Joba-sl. Jhi,.! Neav-V-rk. to;,...-! 1-1.. ...... ;4 I\ru"^,i^R,? I*"*'* X " * r???seMo?e-WUIMm Ingli.et d ? I ru.iers, A.c. rs Edmund kV ilk. t el si. ihe CoT^f?r,h>KV* v",R^-^ -l? swrssnsstoof . j,,,?-: order U 1 -.f the us 'iLV 'CU'r' -!,! *: **** ?"< "-? -ndr, Ihe djr.cii O ?Jtbe suhertiber. one .f the masters of the said Csrsn al the Vei.assti' i i,?(T,^r/:'T1>'W ? ? "-' ? ' >'? ?" "i. <;.; Aacnoo. -M ltiy. A, ?'Z*JT?r*> ,J"' " "'"-a it noon .f that dir. , rftb?E ZV" :,rd -r-"t aed I. lag i? use twelfth wati ot?? ,7.r,?f- lm*'.*m* k""n ?'i??inrut.hed on a tmpoflte : Wn -f , ? "c ,R* "<| "re called me Glass u?u , ess* ? Uioiel Bwsn.dr* surveyor ,? the ???,(, u( ,?JT w lr??,.?,d <i'M , r.JZr t""*-**"'. ??>?' "I'd in the ft>S,,te,-,'o*re .1 Iba, fit? -r* \ .'mnty of New \^,t cn ,n< 6nt dlJ o( februsrv one ihuu.awl right hus- ? d.sd ami lAirly.fair.ai lots sssaabarsfir? buodred ana nineU ftie.(?***!, ; ??e hundred sad ainr-ysia. <.?Ki. Sve buadred md nuieiy-.e.-- i?fh j b/e hundred and amety-nght Ic9fi;, fire hundred me nine s-nins. iifn. , Six hut dre.1, t600). and ,ix hundred oel one.(601), belna ..n ire rioila ? of Ihirty-aesenth street asd between the etth?h and ninth aa-ea.-ei. &* I said lot. bemi; each n.o?ir-eight feat nice inches in lersph on each ?-?'? j and iwentr-fise feet in breadth iu front and rear?together ssiih all ?J i singular the lenemeals, beteditsments and appurfn .n. e? tl.rfeaalo ?*? ! loagiog or in anywiie apprrtainiag.?Dated August 27 IMI ^ . -? PHILO T. BOGGLES, j ta22 ?awhJi tiuUr io tiuuKwy,