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Kor The New-Y?rk Tribune. INJUSTICE. Ota; of the border paper-, whose subscribers roay naturally I"- supposed mostly to live on the shores of tie- Lak<-. in the i* inity of Canada and I..- partake,-- in it-; trade, is much disturbed at some of the' statistics of the Lakes contained in the address of Gen. Tallmadge at tlie close of the I ourteenth Fair of tie- American Institute. The writer t?t tin- article, by keeping out of view some important circumstances, and making a ease that certainly can gain him no credit for candor, to sav nothing ol integrity, assumes a most puissant atti? tude, and seems to us a real editorial Capt. B'oba 'Iii, wielding bis editorial pen in all the compla? cency of triumphant victory. (?en. TaJlmadge did exhibit in that Address a picture Of what our country mighJ- l>r, contrasted with whal it is, that every true American present was pained to hear, lie opened to riow tho causes ol this contrast, ft.'.was an iddress whichdeserves ihe gratitude of the country?cmbodviiig more im? portant statistics Ixinring directly on our commerce ?hau I have heard on any occasion in one discourse; \ country was described of unbounded resources und a five people ol surpassing enterprise ami in? dustry, w ith 3,700 inihis of canals and 4,500 miles of railroads, on which ?100,000'000 had been ox pi lided, mid all Ix'gun and finished in a few vears. \ country capable of such mighty achievements had been arrested in tin- progress of its improve? ments and in ;i- enterprise, and its |al>or paralyz -d. It was replete with facts and ollicial statistics.? Ihe authorities were quoted, llcquoted, naming hi- authority, that of the packet-ships recently ar? rived from franco, England and Germany with valuable cargoes, about nine-tenths were consigned to foreign house-. 'Ihe distressing transition from unexampled prosperity to extreme depression, and extended biinkrafptcies every where visible, he attributed to unwise legislation. He showed, by tie- des? patches of our resident Minister, that during the same year we imported from France 280,000,000 franc-; we exported only 110,000,000, and paid thi- balance in specie, lb stated; quoting the same authority, that all we received from France were manufacture-., and all we returned her were iaw materials; and further, two-thirdsof all we receive from France i< free of dutv, while even article we -end i- required to pay a dutv. Five cents pet poimd more is reiptiretl of American than ol Egyptian;Cotton. To enable the Frenchman t<> jet the highest price for his silks here and prevent the competition of silk- east of the Cape of Good Hope, a duty of 111 per cent, i- required of our Government. I he same Minister (Gov. Cans) -tales that the history of modern trade scarcely ationl- an instance of such inequality, and con? cludes by recommending countervailing duties; hut our Government take- no notice of it. I be same minister also declares there i< no bti].f putting a stop to the enormous exactions claimed on the introduction of our tobacco into fiance. from the report of a Special \gont ol our Government; Gen. T. proved that Fan ope re? ceives aimiui'ly a tribute of thirty millions of tlol hu - imposed on American tobaci o; and England above seventeen million-. Nothing but starvation will indue her to receive our flour for consump? tion. Salted pork gains admission at >;ii pei bar? rel. Fresh pork i- prohibited. Lumber in Ame? rican vessels is prohibited, ?vo. He also showed how England was making every exertion in hei pow.-r to procure CottonTrom other countries, and b\ an English Brice Current which heexhibited; how. d that that 323,072 bales decrease in one vear. The export- of -pecie from the I . S. for eoe week he showed to exceed one million of dol? lars?about one million of dollars, he stated, lind been for month- past going nut of the country, for luxuries admitted into our ports free of duty. No currency, or banks', or agriculture, or manufac- i tares can,, ho most emphatically said, flourish.in -cell a state of commerce. And who i- there that w ill not say amen ' After showing the alarming condition of our foreign tonnag??that disadvantageous discrimin? ations were fast destroying" our commerce, lie ad? verted to the Lake Trade. Here he read the very words and figures Of the Secretary of the Trea? sury from ihe annual report, and commented in his-spoken address, with great severity on their imperfect condition. He -aid it seemed impossible that there should lie -o great a fulling off as was represented by ihr report.-, although the Western papers and rumors, represented the trade through the VVclluhd Canal as enormous, and although the return.- of our Ca? nal Toil- showed most convincingly that the diver? sion of trade v* a- operating most perniciously on our canal tolls, our coasting vessels and our foreign tonnage. But he told the audience be gave the !?<?-! authority that had come within hi- reach ? the documentary reports of the Government. His addie--. not intended originally to be pnb I <hod, ii will bo seen was ihawn up afterwards. i>\ particular request, to correct mistakes which unfortunately had found their wa\ into the public prints. In the sketch he supplied, ho did not deem proper to enlarge so particularly on the imperfec? tions of the Treasury Reports. But ia thi> he gives the exact figures from the tables marked us qnoted, and expressly says?The table* arc too imperfect to state rite commerce of the Upper Lakes:, and then remarks on the public reports, and quotes from res|H?ctablo Western journals all corroborative of the fact that a diversion of busi? ness, to a very large amount, had been effected, \ ft er being diplomatized out of our West India Trade und to u great extent out of tear roreign Trade in American bottoms, Our crafty competitors set about monopolizing two thousand miles of our Coasting Trade along the Lake-. Though our fo rcign tonnage had received a fatal blow our coasting trade was flourishing. W Idle England hemmed us in bv her Colonies, which she boasts circumscribe the whole earth.it was too nuich for diplomacy to ask that bei -hip- should -ail directly from otic part of -our.'country to another. She might as well diplomat i/e bet self into our houses and w ork into'otir pantries and larders?our cribs $bc already indi? rectly command- through her Corn Laws at her own price-?the price- being indicated by her sliding scale which -he slides up or down as she pleases. W hat motive, u will naturally be asked, has in? duced the Buftalo editor to his unfair dealing with tili- Address? If truth was his only object, why had he not questioned tin' Treasury documents be? t?re they were commented on by Gen. Tallmadge I And when he did comment, why did he not tell his readers they were not a fabrication of Gen, Tallmadge, but ollicial documentary evidence, lo gibl\ marked, as quoted in his printed Address? It had been published months before this sketch, of the Address w as published, that 8,000 barrels of dour and 1,300 bushels of w heat luul been sold hi one day at Cleveland, deliverable in Canada. It had been stated that the storehouses in Kings? ton were not capacious enough to hold the Ameri > .in produce that came inj: that shantees wort* P>Y GREELEY & McELF VOL. f. built, xc. Why <liil not this editor in the pleni? tude of his love of truth put the public right, and correct fliese mistakes at an eairlv day .' He ctm't say the insignificance of the papers prevented him; I tie Report of the Secretary of the Treasury of the United States cannot fx" so much beneath his notice, i! hi- coWfmporary editors are. ft wai a notorious fact nr tiie rime of the Address that no in considerable amount of the produce of more thtin half a dozen of the Western States ivas finding its way into Canada, to the injury of our millers, our (?anal- and our rivei trade, and, above all, t" the growth and prosperity r?f our city. In comment? ing upon this:, such documents and other statistics as could \?- obtained w*ere introduced and fairlv laid before flic audience who were present on the occasion of tiio Address. Since more detailed in? formation litis l*-<-n published by sorxe of tiie en? gineers who have been engaged on the line. The editor referred to, instead of thus unfairly attacks ing tiie author of the Address, will perform a much more honorable find useful service to his country by collecting und arranging the same, and enabling the Secretary of tie- Treasury to give the people a better knowledge of our lake trade; so that those who fairly quote them mav not be ar niigiied liefere the public for false statistics even by those who mav be disposed to make others ac cotmttible lor bllichi] discrepancies and imperfec? tions; Turin. REPORT OK THE CANAL C0M3IISi?I0XER.S. This important document was presented to the Assembly yesterday morning. Vrom the great ex teutofthe State ' anal- and tin- variety ofwork in progress, together with th<- n.issity of stating its exact condition, the report is necessarily volumiii otis. \\r?" shall hasten; however, to publish at leticth it- most important portions. Meanwhile we publish the following summary taken from tiie clear anil perspicuous statements of the report, and which will effectually put to (light the absurd and; groundless insinuations of the Argus and its kindred panic milkers in the Assembly, that the Whig canal officers arc seeking to conceal or no? tify the extent of.our canal liabilities. Tli'1 total amount of contract- on all the canals t<>r w ork finished and unfinished, i-.S20,I26,'.'7f 00 On which there has been j>aid up to tiie 1st of January, 1842. Leaving a balance of. in thii balance the work done amounts n?....: . 478,23g And the work yet to bedbne t.4,624;385 ?,l'i2.t:i'l i?1 The total aiuntint of all the contracts for enlarir iiig tbe Erie Canal is.-..$13,769,5:. Which contracts w ere made, viz: By the Ibrnier Canal CoinmLssioners *12,G8fi;513 By the present Canal Commissioner- 1,081,037 -13,769,5-50 Ol tins simi there has been paid iiji to tin- l-i of Januarv, 1812.$10,570,781 20 And prior to (let. 1st, 1838.1,884,537 42 Subsequently to that dav.8,686,242 7n - 10,570.781 20 Leaving a balance ol.s3,198,7C'S 00 And -honing pretty decisively that th>' debt for the enlargement was made by the fomier OLoco toco) Commissioners, and nearly paid bv their successors. Of this balance of $3,1.93,700 00; the sum due on the 1st of January, 1842; to con tntctors for work done, and which I'uu been swelled in; thc'distcinpered imagination of Mr. Hofl'mau and hi- coadjutors, to iih?seerUiiticd and iiiiascer tainable millions, the balance amounts to one hun? dred and forty thousand dollars?leaving to b< paid tor work vei to l>o ?b?ne, (Vom time to lime hereafter; the next two, three or four sear-, :i- the work shall proceed, $3,0o8>7fi9. It farther appears that of the amount of the loan authorized for the enlargement bv the law of lusi session $fl01;G00 has: not yet been borrow od. and consequently remains itnoxjioildcd. The growing commerce of the canal, the. in? creasing movement of the boatspnd the consequent ly obstructions experienced in it- navigation, are forcibly pointed out in the report, and the neces? sity for proceeding w ith the enlargement a- speedily a; the fiscal condition of the State will permit, is plainly shown. The number of boats passing the lock near Scheneotady is stated to Im-, in ilie year .30^320 in 1340.2it,r47 ill !!?!?.i24.234 exhibiting an increase m 3,333 in tin- last year, and 6,086 in tiie last two years. The number or miles travelled bv tin- boats in the year IS3H. is stated to have been.4,778,870 lu lf!40.5.01U.72? In 1841.?.ldO.l?n showing an increased movement of 893^*125 niilcs in the last year, and 1,132,280 miles.iii the last two years. The augmentation of tniningo which has pro? duced this rapid increase, togethcryvith it- sources in the large and steadily expaiidiiia commerce ol the \\ est, i- ol-o pointed duti Tl.stiinates-of tlio Canal Board in 1841*. in w hich the annual snviiifi in t laiispoiiatioii; to be el feet ed by the enlargement, was computed to be $7f>9;4(i5. (mid which savins had been estimated !)\ their predecessors in 183(1 at $820.007.) are re? ferred to and confirmed. The difficulties experienced by the want td wa? ter on tin- Western level-, occasioned by the re? cent depression in the surface ol Lake Lne, uro also particuhirly described. The proper modi.' ami order of proceeding with the enlargement, tire also recommended ; ami it is stated that all the work under contract may be rendered available with tour feet water.and the u-r of double locks from Albany to Syracuse, by putting under contract work to tiie farther amount of $954,121, ami that the Canal may also be ren dered available withsccen feet of water Horn Al? bany to L'tica, by putting under contract work to the farther amount of $870,348. The revenues of the Canals are also stated, and they exhibit triumphant results. Tie- loll- during th<- last season, 184L were.$2,?S4,8 : 52 In 1840. I...5.747 27 $259,135 25 Shew ing an increase of exceeding 1-t jier cent TN.- tolLsol ISSSwere.$1,616,554 82 U?8.. 1.5'>'.!?11 !>7 lyto. 1.2:e.o23 SS 1S36. 1,614.342 06 The tolls of 1841 exceed those of loot!, which was a year id* unusual activity and expansion; by the si:::: of $420.540 .'hi. The results thus shown, abundantly confirm the e-timates made in tiie reports in the Assembly ot 1333. by Mr. Ruggles.and.iii the Senate in 1839; by Mr. Verplanck. In those reports tiie annual in? crease for the three year-. 1V.W. 1840 and 1841. was estimated at 100,000 dollars, being in the ag? gregate for the throe years - - $300,000 Of Theactuai results were as above shown, 443,97 1 i? Bein? an exce-s of $143,971 l"> bevui-i tiie es? timates of these reports. The progress of the work on the lateral Canals, and the amount due for w.u k already done and yet to be done, an tdso clearly stated. Tin-amount of work done, and remains todjtj paid for, is as follows t Oil the Genesee Vallev Canal.*} Black River CAial. Improvemehr?f Otieiiln River. .J. ty Chemung Canal awl L.vks.. " ?? ' Total for work done. ? ? f3^224 The amount under contract; an.! not vet done, i- as follows; Ou tiie Genesee Valley Canal.,\.$1.S01.1S0 Black River Canal. 114,043 Improvement of Omdda River... 20,425 Cliemung Canal and Locks.. 12S.:<? Total for w ork not yet done.-$1,.-*q,G1q Total for work done and m he done.$1.^V1.S42 Of the loans authorised bv law. for these works, $37S,52?, has not yet Ixvn borrowed, and conse? quently ivmains unexpended. Now we do not profess to bo over expert in tignres, but if the .above statements are uot sufri ciently cl ar and intelligible, we know not how they coal c be made more so. [Alb. live. Jour. YEW-YORK, T l'ESDAV STC Correspondence of the Tri!.nie-. VV RECK! X G \ T K E V W E S T. Kf.y West, Jan. 15. IW2 It i- not unusual for persons who are little ac? quainted with the- facts'; or who are interested fh concealing them, to speak i:; disparaging terms or the >f-r.-i?-.-s rendered by the Wreckers upon this coast, and to complain of the exorbitant remuncr ration which they receive for those services; In order that the public may \?- the better able to ;judgn of the justice of these complaints, I fmst that y?u Will allow m.' space in your paper for die state? ment of a few facts relative to this business. that their services have been highly useful t" the commercial community, appears from the fact that for the last five year* property t" an amount uyeraging $350.000 a veaf?in all about $1.7-50^ 000?has been saved by them. This is its valua? tion at this place?at the port <>f it- shipment or destination, prtih'ably not less than two millions of dollars. In mam crises the propertv ha- i.a saved fr..m inevitable destruction, und in ::i"-t. if not all, from great danger. Upon this amount the salvors have received as salvage, including thai decreed by the Admiralty Court and that awarded by arbitrators, not tar from $400.000; or ?30^000 per annum. The last year it was. const lerablv be? low tin's -urn. W itliout a knowledge of-'the expenses attending the employment of wrecking upon the Florida coast, litis might appear to !>?? a large compensa? tion, but by an examination of them we shall find that even with this pay it cannot, in tie-aggregate, he other than a losing business. The number of vessels engaged in it is generally ti"t far from twenty, averaging <?."? tons each, and manned by about 225 men. The cost of die*e vessels cannot have I.n less tJiau ?70,000. The annual e\ pen-.; of victualing a line i- $25,000; and of re? pair.- $15;000 more. To balance the-.- and other outlay- incident to the vessels; their owners re? ceive one half of the salvages earned, while the other halt is divided in shares among the seamen, so that the expense? above specified are usually alone sufficient to swallow the entice earnings of the vessels; while the -eamen. after deducting j their proportion of expenses, and making tin- sub? division;, between them, tiii- master ami mate'.get less than they could command in almost any other service. In the above calculation of expenses it will be seen that no mention is made of the inter? est on thi' capital invested; the deterioration of the vessels, or the expenses attending the recovery of salyagcj winch if taken into consideration, must bring the balance decidedly against them. Tint it may be asked; if the business i- so un? profitable, limy i- it that men are found to engage in it ' The answer i-.that it i- a deliisive, exciting employment. A valuable wreck may be thrown upon tin- re. f: a t'ew In,>ro fortunate than the rest may receive a liberal reward foi saving it. Thus multitude < nr.- iorlo.-.-.l t.. eoctacrn in rh<? ncruiui lion in the hope of being equally fortunate Hut how often .are they sadly disappointed in their ex? pectations! Every year are men forced from the employment; obliged to -ell their vessels to defrav their outlay, and perhaps even then far in arroar. 'A here one from a succession of rood fortune, has made it a profitable business, vcrv many are either forced to abandon it altogether or continue in it at great los-. It ha- been tin- policv of the Admiralty Court here, often expressed by the Judge now upon the bench, te give ?bend encouragement to a suffi? cient numb. .- of thi-. valuable class of men. to sat? isfy :dl the wants ofcommoree and to render all need? ful assistance to vessels in distress. Hut tt i- be? lied that the number now employed i- greater than these wants require, and that when it shall be reduced to the proper medium, the amount of salvage decreed will make the business, not in? deed one from which great profits can Ix: made, but which will yield a fait and reasonable com? pensation, n \v. s. I'. S. i'hc brig Delaware,? haile-t.m. has been repaired; and j- now receiving cargo and will-sail in a few day- A -mall part of her cargo hn bcen -til.I. TemI'KHAXCK A.MONU lilt: INDIANS. ? At 'the Indian celebration of the birth-day ol the Prince of Wale-.' recently held at Quebec, the child's of the Huron- with their squaws, and other mem? ber- of the tribe; were present in full costume. The proceedings we re accompturied by music, war dances, fire-works and other nnnles ol oyoicmg : during the day temperance refreshments were served, n id in tl.veiling the party broke up in tiie most orderly manner. Of this celebration the Quebec Me rerun observes: li is worthy of record that tin- fete was con? ducted upon temperance principles; the 'refresh? meuts' consisted of lemonade and cake-, and tie' beverages at supper were tea and eotTec; there war no perceptible diminution it. the gaiety of tie' Indian-, however, who danced and sang with as much glee a- it" they had partaken of the ' fire-wa? ter.' Thi- is a great reform indeed; and we are informed that since they were brought over the practice of temperance principles by their friend and fellow-cluef Hotsawati (which is spelt; in Eng? lish, HouEUT >yv.k.-. Esq.) the l.or. tte India:.. an1 quite another people. fidly sensible of the bene? fit- that will ensue from a continuance it: the prac? tice id" temperance principles. If thi- reform prove lasting they and their descendant- will ever hayo cause to bless the name of Hotsawati. ?V E WTON? DARLING'S S C V TI IE S. _ 1 The undersigned?*olc Agents in ::.:? City?f sale of thr above ceMirateii Scythes, are prepared to r< ceive orders far tin- -.car. at the Manufacturer's lowest prices. [jal2 if ] WM. II. WIGHT ^ Co. i"0 John?l ?TlN WARWICK. Sweep Smelter and Refiner in general, No. 17 Joan street, Xew-York. Purchaser ot" Jew*eler!s and Silversmith's Poli-hings, Pu LemelLs. Partinc Kar-, Codist ? Silver Bar-. Lace, Gilt and Plate.! Metal-. Bo kbwie.-'* Rag*. *>r. '?>[ _ T.\S. B~ SWAIN*. Book and Job Printer. ?I No. TS BARCLAY STREET. Corner of Greenwich. Book?. Pamphlets, Circnlars, Cards, Bill Heads, Labels, tc Neattyaivi Bxr*slitioa*ly executed. Xylographie Pnnunc in all it- varieties._1 * t! IJO LL E D AND PLAT E D B R A S S?. \. A first rate article ot Rolled and Plated Brass, can always be found at JAMES G. MOFFETT. t-'l Prince >?. near Wooster; ?>: life lowestmarket prices. Likewise a very superior article ot" C.^oner'-. Bras-. "~ t; IHK CANTON* 'TEA COMPANY rjf _. f? r for -He. at 129 Chatham--!. New-York, the che -. - est and most genuine teas lh riu world, in nay quant ty not less than 4 nances, if any article purchased at their estab? lishment should :km give mil satisfaction, it is requested that '.Lev be brought had;, wh.-u the mohev will be returnee, jf ly_'_ KING'S CELEBRATED CHAIRS. All kinds tor ease and comfort, such as Rockbs. Re cm'tbetii, Revolving, i:e. The first nremiam at tlx' two last Fair* has been awarded King's Chairs. They are warrant? ed to be far superior :o any in this ciry or elsewhere. 31. W. KING, Patentee, d!4 tt Broadway, between Grand and Broorae St. FEBfll'ARY 1, 1842. , Lardner*? Leetrrrcs. \ % L tiaye been induced by ihr repeated ??* -; ? LARDNER'SLEi rURES, lehvcf? I 11 ?ibje?. to reririn! tb>m in a pamprJeiionn. Thev raibmi-r his dt?cu.?*ions of the Sur.'. Comets, Electricifv. Litrht. &oand, ic. Hr. nun tnay bc had at the or?ce of the Tribune. Ann -'- Pjoee 2j fteots. EAV F A L L G O 0 D 3.-ALFRED SMITH; Merchant Cailor. No. 136 Fuiton-l. would invite his fnends an?l the public to call ami examine hi stoc&oi new Fall Gc<)ds;;coasistius ok.Cloths, Ca.?shneres and \es:mg- -uite.1 to the fall traue Gentlemen IeavThz tlieirorder- may r.-iv upon tbeirbeXng talnOed in the most satisfactory manner. Terms rnoderate?Cash on delivery. o N E PR I G E STORE.?Gentiemeu wishing to purchase good cheap Clotbintr, would do .o call at 1J34 Cttatham ?:. where thev .-an rind car m>n;? at the foUnWujg prices: Cloth Coats; v.* tri 12: Cloth Jacket- y? to'.; Satinet! Pan:- .-Sl 75 to 2 7">: Cloth Pants $3 to 4 .! tCOB COGSWELL ~\\ ' I T S ?'jfi U F F S?3JX7FF S.?T he ?. -p- ?* selling the remainder of his stock ..; AI::;.-, comprising a good assortment of Lynx. Genet and other Fur Ms.tfs, it prices hej?w the actual c'o-: of manufac? ture,:Being o^termme<l; u^ipossHile. to ?<?!! nut entirely er? the ???a-on closes. At WATSON'S, . lni _ 154 Chatham ?l and 160 Bbwerv. pREXGH am) AMERICAN PAPER X HANGINGS and !'. lers, for sale cheap, at the Uni ?. : States Paper Uantring and Band-Box Warehouse; 65 Canal street^ near B roadwrav?New-\"ork. Rooms papered ii the nearest manner, josm a brown, ?5 CaWsti iall t.M ? ?IM;a.\ & WALKER have removed to No. ?-j John-stae.it, (up stairs.) where they offer WIND* iW-GLASS?leOti boxes American Winriow.Glass, Franklin^ Fulton, Morris and Delaware brands, coraprisuar .-. complete assortment ofsizes, froth 'iXS to 22>u>n. FKK Veil GLASS.?700 boxes French W'indbw-und Pic? ture <;;..? bpsup??ri?r quality?Tyji:,. :,\ xti GLASS w Alt K.-350 pockages Druggist's Glas- Ware; from Harmony Factory'; embracing the usual a? ortment ot Vials and Bonles:_' j23 3tawCw 10 L A W Y E R S, EXEC1JTORS, _. Tltl'STKKs. tc,?The undersigned attends to the ami gemeiit of ACCOUNTS of every description; and will undertake the adjustment nf-uch a- |?ve been neglected or loosely kept; Having the advantage ot'ampIe.experfence; lie res'jiecttuUy offers his assistance t.. Men of Business, either in the Settlement "f complicated affair* of partnerships; .tc. or in suggesthiK the most simple, concise and approved forms for the management of their accounts. THOM VS JONES; Accountant; 183 Broadway. Rribrenc??Jno. iraggerty x. Sons; I???* Pearl-street; A. UiriiiiL't-r .v Ca 111 Broadway. W. II. Priest, Accountant, With Austen; Wibnerding L Co. IT. Sclfaper, with Prune. Ward x. King, s. H Pierson, with A. Tanpani Co. If. s. Whittemore, '? -1 lm'_ With Cutter, Bulkley, Merritt i. Co. y R (>.\'X (:0>IPAN VS Bleach and Dey y \\'ork-. at \V.-: Kann-, twelve mile- from the City ?f .V.-w-Vork. The Bronx Compahv bleach and finish in the liest style all kind* of Cotton Good's. They als.) Dye, Glnze.- Emlioss an?l Fin'uh nil kitwls of Cambrics, and Em i. Silk?. \'.-h.-ts. He. ;n the best manner. V'ANDERVOORT .v HA Y WAR D; A gents; No. 29 I'm.- -i. ?i.Is reeeived and delivered to any part of the city. ja20 4w' lwis 3?n? OfFtCE 01 JfeFFi KSON iNSUaANCE Co. New York, Jan. 1r. I84i N RLECTION lor Directors of this inany for the ensuing venr will be held at their of \o. 17 Wall street, on Monday the 7th day of Fehruary next; Poll oj.ru troni 12 ?.?.dock M. until I P. Mi jlRt:"7 GEO. Ji HOPE, Secretary. I ' ? i ii ! of THE L. I. Insurance Co. No. 3 Front -t. Brooklvn. IVII)ENI?.?The Board of Directors ha ve declared a semi-annual dividend of G ;.er cent; on the capital stoct; payable to llie stockholders or their le? gal representatives; <?<; .ei I after the 5th in?f. s. VLPHEUS SMITH, Secretan-. Brooklyn, Jan. '-. 1843. _j7 Im I HE 11 < > W A KD IN SI' RANGE G ? M j.-.ni. ? oapltal .?300.000: OlTtce No. M Wall n. Thi* Coiupauv er.ntinur- to make insurance;against josit or dam? age hv tire, and inland navigation; Dill ECTORS It. a sclaer Havens, William Couch Najali Taylor, B. L. Woollev. Cornelius W; Lawrence, IVficah Baldwin. J. Phillips Phoenix, Natlianiel Weed; John Morrison, Fanning C. Tucker, Joseph H. Vahium, Meigs D- Renjamiu, David L?e. .lohn Rankin, Caleb 0. Halste?!, John D, Wolfe. William W. Todd, Ferdinand Suydam, Henry Thompson. Ii. HA\ ENS; President. Lewis Phillips, Secretary. ds TEFFERSON INSURANCE GOiAIPA */ ny, Offici \o. 17 W?ll st cornpr of Hainover sr.-?This Company continues tn insure against loss or damage by Fire, on Buildings, Goo*lSi ^ ?r''" orJMerchandiz? genenUlyi: al-o on Vessels and; Cargoiis. against loss or damage by inland navigation, on a- favorabli terms a- any other ortice. DIRECTORS: Thomas W. Thorne, David Roger*. M. D. John Mors.?, B. R Rohson, M. D Tlios. T. Woodniti", John C. Merritt, John R. I).: - n Joseph Drake, Franc;- P. Sagie Moses Tucker, John II. Lee, Caleb C. Tunis, Thomson Price. James It. Whiting; Anson Baker, Joseph Allen, wniiam Stelibin?; Marun Hoffman, Sam:: J Underbill. Elisha Ritfirs. THOMAS VV, THORNE, President Gi 'Kt.r. T. Hope, Secret try, _dSo IT! VI. IN.-1 RANT F..?On Dwell igjlouse? and Furniture onlv, profits returned;to the Assured. -THE UOI SEUOLDERS' Ml THAL IN? SURANCE COMP ANT, Otlice 45 Merchants' Exchange; corner of Wlllinrti and W aii-tr. < t-. The attention of lloi:-e holders is respect fully requested to the annexed plan (or separating the iiistiRince oi Dwelling H?ases and Furni? ture, from that ofStores and Merchandise. It is well known that almost all the losses incurred in the business ofinsufance, are the result of the burnieg ofyalua ble -t-res and costly goods. Thi. increases the expense o?insurance to the household? er, and may possibly deprive him of the very security for which he pay- his premium; as was the case in the great tire 6C1835; when th> whole capitals ofso many insurance com? panies were totally lost by the destruction of thi- kind of projierty; and many dwelling, left Air a time wholly un? protected by insurance. Another feature recommended to your attention, is the division oCihe ;>:'":its among those who are insured by thi Company. The cash payrmenis or premiums form a fund, which, af? ter payini; expenses an.', lo--.--, is re]ire>enteil by scrip, and iv- ;e.i to the assuried in jiroportion to the amount of their msurahci, whicli ;s thus obtained at cost; am! should Uie business of th* Company at all realize the expectations ot the directors the expense- of msnranae ujsm dwelling houses and faniiture will he diminished by more than one half of the present rate?,by reasbubftbe return of the earned premiums; This Comnanv is prepared to-insure against loss or dam? age by fire, Du. Hing ll?u es, llou? hold Furniture. Plate, Faraifv Stores; Libraries-, Pictures, Statuary, Cabinets ot Minerid? and other objects, Anatomical Colletuoa-; and all Household Property, ordinarily kept in dwelling hou?e? Ev<: ?. person insuring with this Company ;- entitled to one vote for each hundred dollars: msureiL The rate- of insurance and all other particulars may be obtained na application at the Office of the Company. DIRECTORS: Gulian C. Verplanck. A.Rol-ertson Rodger-, Robert Henrv Ludlow, Samuel Martin, w .. im IL Hai ison, Freilerick Schucbardt, Daniel Sevinour, Stephen Cambreling. Fn l< rii Depeyster. A. R. RODGERS. President. B. C; TAYLOR. Secretary; W; H. HARISON. Counsel. j.T gu.I JA.MK5 WEBB, Sur-.-y r. _ CHEAP GROCERIES, at No; 153 Norfolk-sL?? Good Butter. Is. 6<i. per noUniL Good white Lamp 0u;5$. -frr callon. G--s>d light brown Sngar; S.i. per 7 pcuad;. E:l--. I for 1-., warranted good; Other articles equally as cheap. Cohee. fre-i: roasted end ground even- day. v b.?Coffee Roasted u I Grornid tbrsrocers in the rear. j27 \,v- BICIIABD ALBHO. R. J. G. HEWETT takes this method a. ' to n turn thank-1* Iii? friends and the public for the liberal encouragement be ha.- received iabi- line of practice, which :* confined to Sprains. Dislocatioas, Hip Diseases, White:Swellings, Curvatures, and D:-eawl SpmevRheur marJsin; NervousAffecuoos, Contractions, and all Disease of the Joints an.i Limbs, i,-. References given on application to Dr. II. 507 Broadway, between Brenne and Spring ?t?. _ja3 3m' TO Tl LE A V VIA GTE D.--THOMAS WM. HARPER'S Cough Reme ly, the best me ii ? extant for anv di-ea-e of the lungs. One bot?V wi? srtve sute n liet Ha< iH-en in use now 12 years; winch :* a proot of its ctooil quahti-s. Price or.e shilling per bottle. Sold at the orHce. *>7t Bowery, and tne agents throughout the city, j 15 amoed_ CVUTIO.V?All persons are hereby for? bid bavins over any mor.ey? due me for Coa! to Wm. R. Taylor, as tie b not anthorised to receive or collect any A'bere I nave fapj Bed Coal from my Yard. j31 s: J. TERBELL. cort.-r ILfts-iti and Amc^-is. iRAPE VINE PRUNING.?Grape Vines prune.: in the best manner, at much below_th* usual price. Or.iers left at the Garden, No. 30 EeastSey t-nt-eLth-street, immeiiatelv east of 4th Avenue and uniot Scu.ire. - r a: th- -tf.-e of Mr. R. Fraser, 459 Broadway, wil be poncmally auended to. j27 Irn* ICE NO. 30 ANN-STREET. _IVO. 5.14. VA/"ANTED.?Employment*as a Nurse. ? * !?> one ?"ho has experience in bostness, anc ?nn '.ring tin. Kceptionabte recommendations; I squire at No. 13:5 Allen -tre. t. ?12 tf T^ANTED.?The Note* of the follow, T T r.g Banks, (or ? the highest pri< ?? will beg Commercial; 0*wego: D.x Buffalo; Hank of Buffalo; Clinton Gonntr-, PUasburcrh: Slater, Island Bank: Jame< Bank: Allegany County; Sr. Lawrence; Towaoda, Pa.; Farmers' x Mecbanics,' New-Brunswick; Benninjrton; Vl Also, all of the Red Mnnev that is near the Cbmotroller's ratc-.hy [ .T f F. J. J AM KS, 6*1 * iil-<t XXf An T ED TO PtJRGIUSE?A 2 y T story K-xk Hi tisej modern built; on a full sir.ed lot; and in a jenteol neigt borhood. within rise or ten nunhtts walk ..: tiie Fnirr.h Ferry, in the city of Brooklyn. Any person hax ing pn ipi rty oft his description, elisribly sitiiated*, which can be offered on easv trrtn?. wfll please nddres* .New-World.' flu An -,-t. stating particulars jl8 tFl ANTED.?A Kann of about 75 acres; in New-Jersny, in exchange tor a House and two Lot., worth about $3000, up town, and the balance. wilLbe paid i cash. Good land and in die vicinitv of a Railroad Ls d.-sired. Building not regarded it' the soil is irooiL Applv at the Land Office of BUTLER \ BNNS<>\\ So. 1 Aim -??--?t. j26 6t* NFORELATION WANTED.?C Ijarles T, Ganlner, Ladies'Shoemaker, left bis home, corner en 22 : streei and Third Avenue, on tin' 7th of December last; stncy.whlcli tone ue has uot hern heard iron:. He is five feet ten incb< > high, slender built and has .? number of warts _?n bis ha ds. ' Information respecting him will he thankfully received by his wife, at the above oientioued place. :i2)lt:: OAK DING.?A gentleman and his wife, or twe single cent leinen, can be accommodated with hoard at No. 46 Fulton street Also; t\?o or thre.- prr :an beacconiinodateil with dinner. n29 tt T E hon?. B XCELLENT BOARD AND ROOMS can l>e ha* by Ladies and Gentlemen; in a deliehiful . i -?..?lie's thrown from Broadway. Apply at lilt Mer eet, near the corner of Prince. hSfl tf ?A K D A NI) 1100 MS in ay he oh tmneiljn a private family; Apply at 20? Hudson si. HPn LET,?A comfortable two story _I_ House, containing four room- and a uarret, with a large yard, situated on the East side of the huh Avenue, be? tween h'tii and k>th streets; Bent >I la a year, payable quar? terly in advance. Apply at iJ Laight street.; jg7 w To let?The~three story "house. No. flo. Third avenue. The basement is level with the street; it is replete with every convenience: marble mantels :n the two prmcipal stone*, and the pantries finished with drawers; shelves, Ate; To a ?ood tenant it will he let low. and privilege given lor one or more year*. Possession gwen ihunedintely. Applv to jap tf JaSiKST. M. BLAKEL\*, 2-l2 Hu?ls.m sc I.KT?Two line Lofts to let cheat) _I. in store 13iV Water-si. Inquire of the occupant. j24 tt FOR SAl.K or LEASE" Washing ton Hail. Harlem?for one ur more j-earsj that ilesirahli Hotel, now occupied by Andrew Home, sittiatftd on Third Avenua. The premises consist of a large double House, tw< stories and attic; -mall house in the rear. Ire House, and ah., extendve Stables and Sh. 'I-, containing in all about eight lots of grounds; well calculated tor country and city custom; be? ing on the principal Avenue, and alvoui sevrtji liiHes from the City Hrll. Applv to William V. Brady, 51 William-street _"_*_j2l if FOR SALE.?Bargains! Bargains!? Fir .-nh- or exchange, forty tracts ol handsome Lan<l; containing 125 acres each, soil of a superior quality, wa? tered with fine streain?; and covered with line umber, such a* white uak. hickory; beach, walnut, maple and sycamore. The soil is adapted to wheat, rye, corn,oats, cotton, tobacco; sweet and Irish potatoes. Th.- above lands will'be sold sti reduced prices; arid on terms to suit, or they will be eN changeiftor almost any kind ot" merchandize. For.majv diagrams and particulars, applv to al tf SMITH i. WHlTMORE, IT. John ?t. up -t:or-. FOR SALE?A very desirable three story; House, with the lot in lee, in Ninth street, be tweeri Universitv Place and Fifth Avenue, now occupiei by Mr. C. W; How. Also, tour of the new Hoe.-. - in the block now buildingin l/niversitvPlace; extending from Stli th 9di streets. They will he ready lor occupation on the lirst r.i May next, am" are ofiered on verv moderate terms. Apply to J. fJRKKN PEARSON. 2-) Merchants! Exchnnge, j25 2w _ nanover-sireet. IO K~S AI. i :T?Eight" 7r7lTial)l?- Lots,~?r) by 123. tor sal..-?I fronting on Clinton and I on Wa-h melon Avenue-, Brooklyn; section 55, next hut one t.i i!;. Bedford Road; commanding a perfect \ i^w oi Brooklyn and this City?one m' the most desirable building spots on t(. Island;vvill he sold atauction lit February; unlesa previously -..Id at jirivjtr sale. Address note t" "4S? I'ark Post Office.'' (124 ti F?tts AI.e? AlirTt^tr'IWk V? R M. of 73 acres. Inquire rj" Messrs. Ridgway Son, No. M Courtland street,or ofAIr. George Freed, corner .a Sixth Avenue and Eleventh-street, New-York. J3I lw" OH SALE.?The subscriber will offer for side at public auction on Thursday; the 10th day of February next, bv W illam II. Franklin, the two fire-prool St?res, belonging to John C| Johnson, running through from P- arl to Water-streets, about 7S feet west ot Coei ties Slip. No. C2 Pearl-street, 2\l feetG inches front and rear, by 06 feel deep, hiore or less, four -rom.-s and built in ihe-most substantial manner. No. 36 Water-street 29 feet-4 inch** front an i r.-ar t y II fee: (1.. p, four stories; granite front, and well built, a map enn he seen .it the auction room. Also, at privat? sal' . the tfiree-story, atlick hritk i.-?/. sii uatffd in Stron? Place, South Brooklyn, te ar the hew Epis? copal Church, owned and occupied as alwye^ The main house is g"> feet trout and 50 in depth, with .i iv?u-tory hase mcnt ten-room buihliiitr/jir the roar. Iiis finished through out in modern style, has convenient cellar, Ice-liouse; well and bathihg-ronm; as welliasaltthe iiifMiern improvements and convenieiices. The premises, consisting of a house, garj ..??ii and stable, occupy four lot- of ground, ion feel trout by lie feet deep. The location cannot he mrpassed. A large proportion of the purchase money may remain on hond and mortgage. Apply, for farther partienbrs. at No 1 Front-street, --r to the subscriber at 'il Nas?iu-st' .v iu- Al.'GfSTI > II. .I.JHNSON. 10 those WHO desire thu quiet Mights of a country life?COUNTRY SEAT AND FARM.?For -ale (or exchange for improved cit) property) cheap, and on acconnnodating term*, a beat ml [daceof ahout.7ftacres; at Cbntonville, Essex County, N. J.?a pleasant; healthy.'and improvuig^sectldn-.of country, .; mile? iroHi Newark, same from Elizabethtuwn, and 13 froi New-York, which may be reached in fn.ru an hoar to ai hour and a half. The raansion-house and kitchi n adjoining are of f o -torie-,:dnuiining 11 rooia-. smoke-room, noble ceilar- and garrets, Jsc. Flower and kitchen gardens, with ornamental tences. Also, barn, cow-house, carriate-hons*?', ic. ail :n excellent ord.-r. A hnnik, pond, well-, spring-, on th-- place, which abo abounds in Iruit The soil excel? lent for the raising of^ni-^. as well a- other produce. Churciies, sch<;ijl?, post otiiee. (daily mails,) stores, Stc. convenient. ? .? This place i? now otTered at a price 1,? than the ro-i of the buildings and improvements, and would be divided ?dit purchnv.-r-. Possession Immediately. It' not sold; will be to let. J_.r' Aini. for sale or exchange, a place ol 250 acres, on which is a frame house, on the St. Jwepli River, near th village of Bristol, Indiana. Inquire at No. 1 ^ Nassau-street; op;^>i?e Clinnm Half._ _jl3tf BRITANNIA WARE.?The subscribers have ?? great varety of Taunton, Dixon it S.u.-' Tea and CotTee Urns, Tea Sets, ice tose?ier with a complete ;?-? -. runem common Britannia and Block Tin Ware, which they offer at extremely low .once-, wholesale and retail ELISHA KNIGHT i. SO\\ il Im* W John street, between CluTaiid Pearl streets N. B.?A.x? Par-jit C etera Pum:-. a --iper.or art.de. D'i^chI^revno sV flatt. ATTORNEYS. SOLICITORS a nd COUNSEL? LORS;?OhjccNos. M and >;.' Mercbant*' Exchange, Wa street,New-York. saI.KM IH'TCHER. .1. N. REYNOLDS; D.H. IM.ATT F ROLLED OERMAN SILVER.?J AS. G. MOFFETT. 121 Prince-str-er; near Woost. would particuiariv call the attention of Hardware Deab ? and Manufacmrers'm his ?uperior amrle of German Sil-.. . whiebbe offers for sale wboi-esaie and retail, wt all thick qi?ami w^rrunt-s it equal to any, either Foreign or 1; . rr:e-i:c. for color and -oftnes?._c ?OWN'S ANALYSIS.?Extract from the Re;^>rt of :ii.- Regents of the University of t State r .' New-York to ti,e Lespsiatnre: Town'- Analysis ofthe derivative word- -f onr langna ha- been introduced ami very thoroughly tested. It i verv valuable work, connected witit the acqubition of b Claire. Tie- very ;age-.:ous plan of lir-t collecting and ?n;ng th?:~^ parts^separatety wbich enter :i-rn thecomr.'' lion of s.1 many tliou'snr.d vvords, r??olrs in the saving ol v 4-: amount of time ruin labor. Bythis simpbrprocess i mere Ensiishscholar, in a few wee;;? at (artresV lea? niost of U^ose foreign pan.-, kc, whicU ha- co-*. the class"1 ?-hoiar ruar.v vear1 ot rkbonou^ study r? iicijH.re. , Pubii^iied bv CLEMENT it PACKARD, ?_f%i and for sale by the pnncipal Ivookfllers m ?jHARINA COLOGNE ^VA^^Gei X uine.-ThLs.ios^ heen esteerae.1 as the mo-i dehghtiul aa nr, ^^1, a: th? varieties of Cologne ^ater. da- J< - QX |l0tr | will be ke-vtconstanilv tor-Je. _ tht,mical sSre at A. B. SANDS It Co*Dr?^ ^ Brna(Jway trraa.i?- g chambers street jai2 Ira "jVTEW BANK COFFEE-HOUSE ^. 1 (Lately ocoipieW bv Mr. CHARLES BROWNE.) 4S ^ wham ?uw:. near the Lent:, r Mamitaetcrrry Bank. ,u PJ-,''*5" ?^PWtorlas bad the above e*ifeL>hmrDt thoroughly repaired an.! put tn cotnr&te orcer, acd is now reiKQr to serre uae public Tbov who patronize Pubi c Eating Houses luve just "t.v: to ccmpiam. and make ..bjretion? to rno?t those "^^ptwion; the proprietor ?f the above, has deter r^a^-'.?s^,1Ve re!.' ca,a<^ P* B*??*ee And would p ?otowin; parti?Qian, v:z: -? -1. * ,;: .-iii-er:t is managed ar?i ander the en? ure control ol the proprietor and fatnOv,and not serraats. a? ;> usually the oL-e. Secand. ?? Neatness, Order and Health*" is our motto, and the pubnc may oe assured of our comiistency hi obMrvixur :t? Drinetples. Third. The marketing provide fee lhis estabhslimei;: shall be toe be>t winch car. be obuinesi, and ?aali l*e pre? pared for the table En die most genteel an.i henithv manner. Four.!;. The proprietor ;< confident that the large pro? portion of the community Who are from New. England will rind this establishment to correspond with thru-view* aearer than, any other in the citv. Fifth. No spirituous liquors shall >:;sgVace this establish? ment. The friends of terrrperance and good order, the re spectable portion of the wumtinitv, who w?aW be annoyed by the fumes of Alcohol, -hall not be troubled on this point; "Sixth; With the foregoing particulars before the Public, we pledge :n addition, every effort in our power to please all; snd cow extend the invitation to ("ALL. that you may be the better judge." j2S lw LOON.^No. 4S6 Grand, comer *f Pitt?This Splen? did Saloon a ritt?-d up in most convenient style, and is just the thingtba: w.i? much nee,;,.,; ::>. :i-..r. par ?: :;.e city. Hot Cerree. Cake-, I*i< -, \.-.. are served uj in a superior manner; With Confectioner^, Fruit, and everv thins < !-?.? that the v?> Iters require, jty lm PATENT ACTION PIANO FORTES ?MANUFACTURED AT BOSTON -Purchasers ami the puhlic generally are invited to call ami examine the tine .i--> nnent ol P toosnow open at MIL? LETS Music Saloon, No, ?i>t Broadway; from the celebrat e<l manufactory of Lemuel Gilbert; Boston. The manufacture! has recently patented an improvement :v the action of these instrument^ which secure- a quickness of touch, and power and beauty of tone, truly surprising. The improvement recommend* itself particularlv a> the attention of Southern and We?terii traders, as the simplicity of construction makes it less liable to get otu lit order, and thus overcomes the objection w inch has long been felt to the action now in use. The increasing demand for the itrstruraents, although the improvement has been but verv recently introduced, is the moil convincing evidence of trie pubtic estlmatlon of its su? periority. Foi sale at MILLET'S Music Saloon; No. 329 Broadway. d2? 2m V. HILL. Agent Book-keepm:;. rpHE Counting Rooms of C. C. marsh. J. 88 Ceiiar street; tTontinue open from 9 A. M. in s P. M. in order thai merchants ami others may avail themselves pfa course ot instruction that i> truly practical; one that etn bnires a complete routine oi commercial transaction!) and mercantile calculations: and Otic in which the student actu? ally keeps a set of books in a counting house. TO those who are unacquainted with the advertiser's reputaiibn.hedesii esio say, that his principal work oh book-keening has missed into teil editions; that :T receives the preterence in the\< w-York Public Schools, and .eher large institutions: ami thai he, blmsttlf, has the lionorofbeuitrrre-apjiointeil teacher of book - keeping for the " Mercuntllw Library Association?' 01 this city. Prosji.vtiises, with terms; may 1? had at the counting rooms as above, jt? lm" TO THE PUBLIC?lilEE BOAT.? Tlic undersigned begs leave respectfuUy to invite the attention bfsea captains, merchants, and all others interested in the navigation of boats ami vessel-, to his newly invented Lite Boat These Life Boats are made upon an entirely different prin? ciple t'roiu those now in us.-.' They are warranted to be every way adapted to the purpose ti,r winch tinware de? signed; and can !??? furnished for nearly 011? half the expense of what is termed '.' Francis' Life Boat.-." Those feeling interested on thi- subject aria invited to call at the establishment "t the undersigned, No. (6G Water -t. an>i examine for tlieiii?elve>. CHARLES L. INGERSOLL. 1 " There " one now building, which the public are in? vited to examine a- the work progresses J19 it fT? R K-SOl.K . \V VTETTFR??F V AND DRESS BOOTS.?The subscriber makes to or.i.-r Boots of the above description, of the finest qual? ity of French calfskin, and it) tie latest -tyle. and at very reasonable prices Gentlemen who have been in the habit of paying extravagant pric?.for inferior artjktles are requested to call atid be convinced that his prices are from ten to twenty per ct. below oilier slores in the neighbor? hood. Drawings Veitig talteii ?>!" the feet, and a pair of lasts kepi for each customer. there is no ditiiciilty in fretting a handsome v el . ,i?v til. Constantly on band a large assortmeni of readv-niade Boot-. Iate?t -t\ les, .it prici- nirvingfrom TWO to SIN Dot lars per pnir. Overshof^, Half-Boots, Dniieing-Piimps,'Sltp> nt v-, Jtc, i.e. at rqnallv low prices. JOllN L \\ ATKINS, II I Fulton-street, j| |v between Nas.an and Dutch-Streets. QITKIUOR LAMP OItT?The general kT/ i nmplaTiit of the quality of Lamp Oil tor fmnily use ban indued! the Mihscriber.to open an ouice in the Mechanical Lamp Depot of Mr. Diacon, 337 Broadway, for the *ule ot tin article of refined SpenirOil, prepareil by an improved proce-s and under his pei-oiial superintendence, which, for purity and brillitiiicv of light, will be found to meet die wishes aud mrnt ihe'patrohage <>t every person using it.? Sample??nay; be seen of various qualifies and prices at the office, where orders will be promptly executed, either for family use or the trade, on the most reasonable terms. Ur ilers'for Brooklvn-will be received at the Retinervv No. 32 ( hape! or 188 Briilge-street. EDWARD DoVLE, dM if Agent for the I n;.hi O | Rrfliier. wo~S 1l\'I:R med?\.* ant) 7 df PLOMAS have been awarded to John Lindmark, 8fl Chanibers-street, tin the best Cologne and Perfumery. For !> years he has l?een intgiiged in the manufacture of Per finnety in this citv. ami until the present time lie has not presented himself liefore the public in the advertisingcol uinns of any pancrj hiit now sustained by the tlecisionoi em inentjudges ol Peri'uineryi given at the Fairs held in this city and Bo-ton, he feels authorised in saj ing to those who want anv article in hi- line, that at B8 Chatham-street tbey may lind a superior quality at moderate nrio *. Remember the monber I- ?H. formerly entrance to Chatham Chapel. rjl<l Iv ~3 !?: (Tf>T,~e ? s i.ini: fhom ne\v V< >RK TO EASTON, Pa.?Tbrough in hours Fare only 2 dollar-. Leave pier No. I X. R.. Battery Place, at H\ O'clock, A. M. daily Sundays excepted, by steamboat CinderiUa or Water Witch. t>> E'lizalietliport, then to take the cars of the E. Town and Someryitlc Railroad to Somervilfe, leaving only 31 miles by Coaches, Ml miles less than by New'rB runs wick.) For seats appl> to A. D. Ilojie, 73 Cnurtlandt street, or on hoar.i. a. D. Hope will accompany the passengers to Som enille; and render all assistance nece^ssarj' 1 T As Ii:-' Railroad e completed l6 SomerVille, this line will leave Easton at fi o'clock, A. M., three hours later than the via X Brunswick; and arrive: iirNew-York about the same tune. j | tf TV" E \\ YOB K AND ERIE RAIL" JLl ROAD.--W"IXTER ARRAXGKMEXT. Until.furtber notice one Passenger Tr im daily (except Sumlavs) will run hi connection with the steamboat I 'TtCA ('apt. Shultz, from the t'^.i of Alban) street, New Vork, ili follOW'S: Leave New-Y?rk at x- o'clock, \. M. Leave Godien " if " " Tmiiis for the conveyance of freight will leave each tz-r ibinaiion on, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, at the ?ame liours the Passenger Train-. It??? Sp> citd Appointment. JOSEPH GLLLOTT, Pen Alatutfacttirer TO THE QUEEN.?CAUTION.?The high charac? ter of these pens ha- induced the attempt, on the part of several disreputable milkers, to practice a fraud not only upon Mr. Gillotl, but also upon the public Art inferior article, bearing the misspelled name, thus, GiUot, omitting the final t, rs now in the market. It can readily be detected by its unfinished appearance, and the very common style in which ii i- put up. Observe, the. genuine Peris are are alLmarked.in full? "Joseph Gillott's Patent,? or "Joseph Gillott, warranted;" and that each jfro-s bears a (hc simile of his signature. The above limy lie had, wholesale, of HENRY JESSOP, jylo Ij 71 .John-tree;, corner of Cliff. APE R ?rAiNUFACT?RERS' arid Conimis>ioti:WareIious?eNo..61 Liberty at. Printing, Litliographic, ami CbloretJ Pap<-r in ail tlieir varieties, made u order any quality from common Xews to the ringst Book paper made hi ibe country, at the fair market prices, from the very superior.'inills ofMessrs. A, ''. i. W. Curtis, Boston, ami' W; k M. Curtis, Bellville, New-Jersey, and froin s. ve; al manufacturers, having tlie best machinery. All orders, thankfully received and promptly executed. .-uG Cm EDWARD CURTIS, Agent /"11 irls t.MAS ANH new-year's V. PRESENTS.-BOUQUETS FOR THE LA? DIES:?There - now a most splendid bloom of Ca inelb'as at NibloS Garden, and at llarlem. Bouquets made up in the most tasteful manner and at moderate prices. A supply of fresh Garden S.Is iasr receiveil from London.? Birds, Birth' Seeds, Cages. Gold-Fish, Planta and Bulbs, Glasses of new and beautiful patterns, Flowvr-Pots and Va.-e.. \ ?.-ry ornamental; for windows and flower-gardens, forming the mo-t beautiful designs in hydraulics. Orders thankfully received and promptly attended to by th? prop: .e'er-, X1BLO L DUN LAP. * tl2> inneford's patent improv? ED ELECTRICAL FLESH GLOVES and STRAPS produce a healthy state of the system by friction without the risk of tearing the skin, a* all the ordinary Horse-Hair Glove* are liable to do. The great value of il e Horse-Hair Renovator as a tliera pen'tk agent when applied to the human ho-lv is now ton well known w every one who has paid the least attention to uie importance ol a healtliy action of the -km to requ-re lame r Forstdeby H. B. SANDS i. CO..273 Br,adway,.eornyr of Chambers-street, Granite BoihihUS \TF\f (HEAHC-O. OIL LAMPS. fieaoiy and rop^pf ?."^ ;, , wburnedln thero a a others cowrJn'.use. ?" -_-? ?4 ?:? ? ,;?j.-"'-^nr.,t:ed t? ru"'r :n -?r'-'"': our mr?l respectable rJmitie*. who -.re now using the article, families, j r HOOKER, 466 Broadway, Irt-twieii Graaii ami Broome-streets. f b ?There i- nodangerof explosion in either one ot thftse articles._ o2l tf _ Elizabfthtown and somer VILLF. RAILROAD BONDS.?Notice b hereby wjven; that the Interest on the Bonds of the Eli?l>Uiiovrn and Somerville Railroad Companv. due on the first day ?i Februar,- n-xt, will he pa..l to the holders or their anornyy S at the State Bank at ELzaljeth, on and after the sairf first dav of February next, . ?_? . VT. JOHN J- BRYANT, Treasurer. Office of the E. T. k S. R- R- Co. > Elizabethtown, January 21, 1342 J-?? ?