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THi? KKW-YORK TRIBUNE
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The Whigs have so Districted the State of Mas? sachusetts for the choice of Members of Congress that on the poll of 1839, when Marcus Morton was chosen Governor by one majority, five of the Di? tricu gave Whig and five Loco-Foco majorities ; ibe Whig majorities being respectively 1~?4 ; 16'J ; 88; 137; and 768: theLoco-Foco respectively 670; 277 ; 130 ; 204 ; and 1442. These conld hardly be more equal. In Ohio, on the other band, the Loco-Foco? had the lead in Districting ; and they did it in such a way that, on an even vote in the Slate, they would certainly have liad fourteen or fifteen, and the Wh?"? hut six or seven of the twenty-one Members. Their District? presented all imaginable varieties of "Pop*-\ation, and they in one caso directly refused, on none other than party grounds, to take a County off one and add it to another District, though it t*/oald have greatly equalized the population of the two and rendered them far more compact and com? modious. But in Massachusetts the Districts are til of a she except one, and that is the Whig City of Boston, which has an excess of 20,000, being the entire fraction of the Stale, while every other cor? responds precisely with the Ratio of Congress Pipoljnying. In tbe town of Poultney, (Vt) there ?re not, according to the census, bul 545 persons over 20 years of ago. At the recent election there were returned from this town, 299 U hi" T'iiK?. 40 Democratic, and 17 Abolitionists, making .?'?? ?otes. Last year when there was a great struggle, only 2?Z toles were polled in Poultney. The Whig votp as returned this year, is larger than the whole legal vote ol the town.? Th*re must hav? been some Bela Badgers, Looneys and Glentworihs in Poultney. ripe-lay nig is still practised m tb? Whig party. In the two Whig counties of Windsor and Ridaod, the Whigs have this year Increased their vote ?.1S6 over last year, when there was a most animated con? tal tjj' The above paragraph nppears as Editorial in the Hartford (Ct.) Times ef lust Saturday, where it serves as the basis of a charge that the Whigs are meditating a re?ort lo ' Pipe-laying,' or introducing illegal voter? in Connecticut. Now we lived several years in this samo town of Poult? ney, and know that in 1828 it gave 338 votes for President, (331 for Adams, \ for Jackson.) and that its Legal Voters have since been considerably increased by the establishment of two or more heavy Foundries therein, which employ a large number of workmen. In 1840 it polled 360 votes; and it? whole number of Legal Voters has proba? bly not been less than 400 at any time these ten jeara. There have never beon any illegal Whig votes polled there, for there are many more legal ones ofthat sort than aro needed. Where the 40 Loco-Focos came from is somewhat doubtful. We know ihey wore never 'raised' in Poultney?its Grean Mountain atmosphere is too pure for that sort of production. - tm - Regency to (he I Aft-1 Hon. Ssmuel Beardslrt, the Regency candi? date for Congress in Oneida County, who has cut out Floyd, tiie present square-faced Calhoun Loco Fcco. has been interrogated by a portion of his prospective constituents, who desire light on two simple but very important point9, viz. : 1. Are you in favor of the New Tariff? 2. Would you vote to repeal it ? The ex-Attorney General and - Perish-Credit' M. C. responds that he hos not seen the Tariff Act, and therefore can't tell whether he is in fator of it or not ! ! ! But he kindly assured the Wosl-gtowers, Manufacturers and Laborer? of Oneida that he is not averse to duties Incidentally Prolteiive ! ! ! ?If the Producing Classes of Old Oneida are taken in by such a juggle as this, they will deserve the calamity which supporting such dissembler* will bring down upon their heads. Send a maa to Congress who has not yet seen the New Tariff, and don't know whether he is in favor of it or not! Can such a man be fit to represent such a Constituency ? Kj* The Providence Journal pointedly contra? dicts the assertion so frequently made that the Van Buren party in Rhode Island, as a party, are friends of Dorr and his abettors. Some of the too? prominent members of that party in the Le **iiiature are his staunchest opponents and have ??siforrnly supported all the measures to sustain tl? State authority. Every town in the State, ex? cept two Whig mid two Van Buren, gave inajori Mil for King, There were but three Van Buren wwns that voted against, the Constitution proposed "Jthe first legal Convention. , **? Straight 0*?t.?A New-Hampshire Loco-Foco -tMmade his will devising $30,000 on his death ?*-d 120,000 more on the death of his wife, to be peed in the hands of trustees and safely invested, ud from the interest $300 is to be given annually ?othe author of the best essay advocating the pro ?-ibitioa of all Paper Money, and the adoption of a Purely Metallic Currency, ami $300 fur the best Wiay in favor of absolute Free Trade and Direct Taxation. Finally the whole principal of the fund i? lo be given lo the School Fund of the first Slate which utterly extirpates Paper Money. ??ois is the way to talk. Why ca n't wc coax *"e Loco-Fucos to be as frank and explicit as a dead one ? ?- ?JjTS? - Silk Contention.?A New England Silk Con? vention was held at Northampton, Mass., on the 26th uli. Hon. Edward DICKINSON, ofAmherst, wa? elected President. A largo number of deb rates from various parts of the New England State? ?ere present, and many Inters from practical silk growers were read, nearly all of them testifying in warm terms to the full success of the experiment ?o far as it had been tried. ?Er* A son of Mr. A. Haines, in Gloucester Co., N.J., was recently found dead in the middle of a field in which he had been at work, h fa mp poted that he fell from his load of buckwheat and ?*oke his neck. The team walked to the barn *itb ihe load. Natal CotRT Martial*?-Lieut. Noble, late ol ?oe 0, S. ship Warren, who was tried before this ?r-bunal on charges preferred by Midshipman Wes *?o, his been fully and honorably acquitted. The j***dt was communicated to Lieut. W. in a letter fo? Mr. Secretary Upshur en Saturday. ee"?TH?R ***t1*amer -Lost.?Information was re ???e-aI at Cincinnati on Friday, of the loss of tbe 27 Forl Pitt, at Devil's island. She was ^N down. h BY GREELEY & McELRATH. VOL. II. 1WO.J?58. Manual or THr. CoRPORATios or New-Yokk, for the v-wirs 1842 ?nd 3: By D. T. Valentine, u. f. Neabit? Ton* line Boildine?. H. ItS. Raynor,76 Bowery. This neat volume, though ostensibly devoted to ' Corporation' matters, is really a collection of all jaws and regulations relating to die City?lpgal Rates of Fare for Hackney Coache?, Cabs, Carts, Porters, ?fee, School Laws ; City Officers and Sal? aries ; Charter; Census; Finance?, ?cc. <fcc. It is enriched by two large Maps, and contains a large fund of information of derided local value. We trust it will be generally purchased. D2P " The Pictorial Primer, being an Intro? duction to th? ? Pictorial Sp??liing-Book,' designed as a First Book for Children, by R. Bentley," is just published by Saxion & Miles. 205 Broadway. In the hands of a good teacher, it will greatly la cilitate tho acquisition of elementary Knowledge. B3T We rejoice to learn that our friend G. W. Kendall, of die Picayune, has consented to re write and complete his Sketches of the Santa Fd Expedition, ihe journey of the captives to Mexico, ?fee. &.c. in the cour?e of the winter, and lhat it will probably be issued by one of our largest pub? lishing houses in the course of ihe epiing. Wi? nced not ?ay that it will be eagerly sought by the reading public. As we have heard that unauthor? ized editions of these Sketches are contemplated, it may be proper to state thut Mr. K. bas 6ecun-d a copyright.. Mattere in Wirsitonean, ?let-lion. Crop?. (Jornopoiiflcncc of The Tribune. Lancaster, Urant Co. YY. T. Sept. 2C. Th?- regular Election for member?, of the Terri? torial Legislature came off on Monday la?t. in this County. (Grant,) there was one Whig and one independent elected to ihe Council, and three Whigs to ihe lower house. Iowa County has elected a Loco-Focoto the Council, ami two Whig?, and one Lnco-Foco to the House. Col. AVm. S. Hamilton, tho son of Alexander Hamilton, is one of the Whigfi. Crawford County has elected a Loco-Foco to the Council, and a Whig to the House. The complexion of the Legislature will depend entirely upon the Kastern C<->untici* of the Territory. So far the Counties heard from have done belter than ever before. There was an Irish low at Gratiot's Grove, in Iowa County, on the day of the Election, in which a man by the name of McNulty had his skul! beat? en in by a drill, by a man by the name of James James was u candidate for Rome office, and was attacked by McNully and some others. In de? fending himself .lames inllieted this wound upon McNulty, which it is thought must prove fatal. The crop of Grain in the Territory was never bet? ter than thi3 year. Tho cold weather in the early part of tbe season kept Corn back so much that it has been considerably injured by the frost this fall. Caffeo, who I wrote you was to have his trial for the murder of Southwick at Mineral l'oint, has been tried, convicted and sentenced to bo hung on the first day of November next. He is a young man, scarcely arrived at majority, but a greater desperado never infested any community, and his conviction will serve as a salutary example to the numerous bowie-knife and pistol gentry of these diggins. During ihe whole of bis trial, and at his sentence ho manifested the most stoical indiffer? ence to his fate. ?? Crot?n Water. To the Editor of The Tribune : Allow a constant reader to suggest a thing or two in reference to the Crot?n Water. Would it not be well, and conduce much to the cleanlin?^* of our City if a systematic and regular flowing of the water should be kept up through the gutter*. By a discriminating mo, a small quantity of wa? ter would cleanse the gutters for miles. On all comparatively hich places let the cocks be turned, and the waier before reaching the docks will carry off a vast quantity of tilth. In connection with this subject, would it not he well if tho authorities would open all places of amusement on tho fourteenth free to the Public. This is a great occasiunand oupht to be celebrated in style. 'Pearl-street.* 033 We hope all tho water nol needed for the consumption of the City will be systematically used lo clean the streets and gutters. As to tho Corporation hiring the Theatres, (Sec. and throw? ing them open free of charge, wo prolest against it. It smacks too much of old Rome or modern Taris. An American freeman would rather pay for his own amusements than to be supplied with them by municipal charily. Beside, if tho Thea? tres are to be made free, why not the grog-shops and gambling-houses? A good many lind their chosen amusements in these, and who shall deny ihcm their right of choice in ihis land of liberty .' [Ed. Tr. Ki.orEMEST.? A widower named Seelv. resi? ding in Stark County. Illinois, has just'run away with the wife of a tenant he boarded with. They took one child each and left three or four behind them. Seoly is a man of property, having two farms, Sic. and lost his wife but a year ago. They ran off in the night, leaving nine of their children asleep in the house from which they absconded! **?*? TOUGH.?'Going in' for Millers end of tbe the world in 1813. in order lo get rid of Tyler's Administration. O3 Public attention should bo directed to the following section of the new election law : Sec 9. The names of all tiie persons voted for by an elec? tor, at auy election, exes-pt for President and Vice President, sliull be upon one ballot, which bath>t ?hall be endorsed ?Slate." _ K^The number of persons now in the Alms Houses of this city isl!.o77 ; in the Prisons; 1,1311; Total 3,51?. " Well sai?.?" Husband, 1 don't know where thai boy got his bad temper?not irom me, I 'm ?are." " No, my dear?for 1 don t perceive that you have lost any I" _ Fatal Accident.?We learn from the Keene (N. H.) Republican that Mrs. Blake, wife of Mr. F.dmund Blake, and eldest daughter of Mr. Elea xor Wood, of Alstead, was killed en Friday lust by the upsetting of a wagon while crossing a small britlge near the Paper Mill Village in that town. Kr* We are glad to learn lhat a lard-oil manu? factory is in process of erection at Marshall. We have not heard of any movement of the kind in Detroit, as yet. A good article of laid oil i? now retailing in this city at 7s per gallon, transported bi?ier from Cincinnati, and sold at a profit. It can be made here and sold at ft much lower rate, with tbe same profit. [Detroit Times. The Oxford Bear.?-A bear weighing 400 pounds w?6 recently lulled at Grcenword, County of Oxford, nnd has been brought to maiket in this ???T- [Portland Adv. OFFICE NO. 1G0 ? flEW-YOtt?., WEDNESDAY *U From AFRICA.?By the late- arrival from Mon? rovia, we have number? ef Afiiea? Luminary to June l?lh. We make gome extract?. Enga&EMENI WITB a Slaver.?The boats of H. B. M. brig Roller, (Rolla1) have lately had a severe rencontre with the Volladore. The Volla? dore ha? made some half dozen successful trip*, each time carrying a ful! cargo of ?lav.??, 'i be Roller fell in with her a few days ago, and atetnpt ed to beard her with her boar?. She remained per-j fectiy quiet until the boats went alongside, when ihr men on board opened a galling fir?"? upon thcin with heavyJ charged bluoderbu-sse-". Eight of the Roller*? men including one r?r two officers, were severely wounded, and tho boat? forced to retire precipitately. The Volltulore it? remarkably swift, and of course escaped. A few day.? before lliR engagement referred to in the above, th?*' Roller was cncngc.l in destroying ?i ?laving establishment at Soolima, (S-*>ulima .') The destiuc?oa was effected, bur. at the same hour a cargo of slave? wa?. -hipped otT about thirty miles to the windward, from n point which the Roller up io thai period had hem investing inclose blockade for ?ome two or three months. The Rev. 0. K. Canne)-, a faithful missionary; died on the f*tH of May, atScttra Kroo. The death of the Hon. William B. Barker, i? announced in the. Luminary. He was born in the,Stnteof Mary? land, in ISO", and emigrated to Africa in 1333. Phila. North American. From Monrovia, (Africa.)?The brig Gre? cian, Lawlin, arrived on Sunday ai Philadelphia, from Monrovia, having left that place on the 16th of August. Capt. Lawlin gives farther particulars oftho capture of the sehr. Mary Carver, Capt. Far-well, of Plymouth; Me., and the ma??ncre of the officers and crew of that vessel, lie says " it had been surmised that some provocation led to it. but after strict inquiry 1 have found that none was siven ; and they did it, they say themselves, for plunder. This can he depended upon, as I have had it from persons who were eye witnes?es to jt. They ate a bad rac*-, and deserve to he severely chastised, Two year.? ago, while in command of the Atalanta, they arrested my men, and were I not known as an old trader, they would prohal.lv have captured my vessel. They can easily beca? tig'Ued : the landing is fair, having myself landed there, often while Hading with them a few year? back."' Letter? to August 6, received by thi.? arrival,say ilia?, the political differences had subsided. peace prevailed, ami the colony was in a prosperous con? dition. A spirit of agriculture was more and miii" apparent. The in i ??ions were !.. ur ?siting. Melancholy Accident.?A most rnolancholy accident occurred on Thursday last, n?*ar Broken Swoid P. 0., Crawford county. Ohio. Mr. Au? gustus Machold, late a resident of this city, father of .Mr. Augustus Machold. Professor of Music in the Blind Asylum, descended into a well which he had been digging; before he had reached the bot? tom, he fell senseless from the effects of whit are called th?? damps. His wife immediately ran Co a neighbor's about fifty rods distant and procured the assistance of Mr. C Jacob, who immediately went into the well, when he became affected in the same manner. Mr. Charles Schellwr next de? scended and experienced the same effects 1Ji-* father. Mr. George Scheuer, then went to their assistance, and met. the fate of the others. The well was then cleared oi the noxious gas l>v mear?a of fire, and the bodies taken out. Vigorous efforts weift made io resuscitate diem, but ihey wen- nil dead except the youngest. Serieller, who has re? covered. [Philadelphia Gaz. ?? New-York and Erie Railroad.?An offer has hern mudo by the New-York and Krie Rnilrond Company to furnish ihe iron for the road from Bingliainpton lo Faetoryville, if a sufficient sura i? raised to remploie it between those pinces. The proceed?; and management "'f the toad to re? main in possession of those advancing the means until they aie leimbiimed, principal arid interest, either by the tolls on the part tints completed or by the Company. [Uwego Gozettn. Immense Flock of Geese.?Whilst visiting Hampton Beach on Friday last, we ?aw a flock of geese about two miles from shore, numbering mme than twelve hundred. They were pursuing a southerly direction, and moved forward in sin? gle lile with lh*> utmost regularity. They flew in nearly a straight line, and ihc extremo ends of the flock were estimated by several person.? present to exceed one mile and a half. [Exeter News-Leiter. Court for the Correction of Errors, Sm uiday, Oct. 3.?Thaddeus Joy and others, vs. Jon? athan Child?Argument postponed for this term. Waldron B. Post, appellant, vs. Edgar Kctchuin. Public Administrator, respondent?Mr. B. F. Builer was heard for appellant, Mi". I). B. Ogden on behalf of ?espondcnt, and Mr. B. F. Butler in reply. Court adjourned to Monday next, at 10 o'clock A. M. [Albany Argus. ??? Accident At Lewiston.?Millard. aged 18 year?, son uf the late Batea Cook, was dreadfully wounded by the discharge of a loaded gun. at that place ye?ierday morning. The contents were lodged in hi? abdomen, and there i.? but little hope of a recovery. Ho was enga?ed with bis brother in cleaning the pun, ?upposing it to be unloaded. [B?rlalo Com. Advertiser. ? ^ ? Diity on United State? Wheat.?The bill imposing a duty of three shillings sterling per quartet*, on wheat from the United States, passed the Canada House of Assembly on the 4th inst., by a vote of 31 to 1!). The bill goes into opera? tion on the 5th of July next. We presume there is no doubt of its passage in til?; Legislative Council. D^ The cily of St. John. N. B. was threatened a few days ago with having all its public property sold at auction to pay a portion of its debt. An arrangement has at length been concluded between the creditors of the Corporation and City Coun? cil, by which the city morfgages ?is property to Trustees named by the creditors, of the proper officers of the cily to collect die public rent:* and pay them over to the Trustees monthly. [Bangor Whig. KIP The annual payment of ihe Sac and Fox annuities was made at the Agency, Burlington, Iowa, a couple of weeks since. On enumeration il was found lhat the Sac and Fox nation consists of about 2.300 ?ouls, among whom the sum of $41.060 was distributed, by paying the same to the head of each family. Fire.?A most destructive tire took place last evening in the work-shop of Messrs. Hilton ?_ Baird, cabinet-makers, Cot?-street. The devas? tation extended to the destruction of at least six? teen houses ; and we regret to learn that the great? er portion of the occupants were uninsured. [Montreal Times. C3P In Jerusalem, Yates County, on Saturday last, as Mr. Smith Rool was engaged in unload? ing hay at hi* barn from an ox car.-, the oxen sud I denly started and ran cut; one of the wheels ran I otf the logway. which threw Mr. R. from the ! load, and in falling, ihe pitchfork which he held in his hand went into his side near the heart. He I survived but a few minutes He has left a wife and iive small children. [Oswegu Adr. JL NASSAU-STREET. mt-flff-tf, OCTOBER 12. 1843. W/ ^-TED?A place by a young man YT in a croe'*-%?? a ?nod bc*o_-keeperaad an experi ; enceti srocer. Applv ai J29 Divi?jon-4. ollX WANTED, TO EITRCHASE?Any person having a route on a mominr: pap-?r to di? ; p??se oi, will htrarof a ca?h cu?tom?r bv applvineui -t 5 Ci I iial-iteet. fcun or Tribune prri'-rre.i. Familie*; can ha?e i the be*t oi Servants, wun -?oo^i references, at 45 Canal ! street._oil ?_?.? WANTED at 56 East Broadway.? Families can procure the b?*?l o? American, En** ! Ibb and li t*b t?iris, who hav?. the be? of eiiy reference-" a* , Cook?, Hotseroaids; Cbamb?nnaids, Nur?*??'and W-ri-len* ? ar.tl no charge. * ?u o._ ANTED?Any respectable employ? ment, by a capaij|.?"b_?ines.? man. at ?o. i'-' ?a* I ler-street. _ 0U -jr WANTING P?AOBS?-Two colored women, and two ?-iri?, who lived three yean in their la.?t riaces, at lu? Bowery. oil 2r WANrrED^?tTifT-2 CourtTa~n7t-sr. :i Partner in a profitable business with a ?man capital._ olO oi" WANTED.?An active, industrious waitrr, in a eenu?-! Iieardiog-hoase?cmt- that un derstands bis bu?io*_- and can jrivi-.? ?*-f?o.! city references Apply at 24 Old Slip._ ' ..jo st WANTED?A parinerin a snug olriee. bu?ines? worth $SO<j per annum?$250 \>ili parchas. .in interest. None bat a caso custoniernred appiv. olO?* NICHOLSON, 85 Liberty-st WANTED?At the Colored Orhpan Asylum, an experienced middle a?*ed Female I. aebcr. Ap ?ly at Hie Asylum in T.?eltih-?i.-ect, near the .**';-.Ui avenue, on Tuesdays and Fridays between the hours ft eleven and one. olO St* \ PARTJN ER WAITED.*?Wa_uc~d\ _r__ an aciivcParlDcr in a stoic, or?ie milling business, or a.? an assistant in l>u?ine??, in a thriving manufacturing? town. <*re*<i advantages will be give:? to one who r..->n furnish ?ottie capital. Address A. B. C, (postase paid.) TreHton, New-Jersey, when the necessary particular? will I??- I'ivpti. oil 3w A RETAIL Drug Store for Sale.?-Situ JTjL. ?led in tin? uppt-r pari of the city. It ha? b( en estabj? It- lied a nu;t:lit-r of yrnrs and ?s doing a good business, anr) I for a physician commencing practice would aflbrd an op* 1 portunity rnnly presented; the fixtures will be sold without die stock ;t .lf.?iri il on advantageous term?, For partjeu Inn?,apply at518 Grand st "It !>? * ;\T1LK ROIJND?For sale at a bargain". X'JL -elini?/ over tnn hundred quart? of pun.- Milk, with lue best reputation of anv in ihe cuv ; abo, a number <>i 1" quart kettles. Apply to W. WILLIAMS, at Mr. Mc Crcady's Limp Store, 637 Broadway i ?i?iday. ol03i raio GR'JCERS AND FAftiiLlES.? JL Sperm Candles?St boxe, first quality, ;i?soiied site?, ;..i -, ili? low for cash, by single box, or otherwise. Apply at ?7^ youth street, near ftose veil |up?iairs.j oio iw WAi. TiioairsoN. "NKORM?.TJLON WAITED.----The .anxious, feelings ol a ?i?t**r living i't Cana.la, wishing lb bear from her only sist*!*, PIIKRK YOUNG, that livi.il in IbcCityof New-York in 1839, at Hoboken or Patterson, New-Jersey, in 1840. Anv information reapcciin'* her, n living, where she lives, ordecea**cd, iheinneoflier ?**?'?'' ??. will be grnlrfully received by Peicr S. Titus, wo. 11 Allen street, New*York, who will train-mil ibe same to lier sif ser. slu im' rfiliK i .Al) Y ilressed in black who pass | i-.l ?i Kivi dollar Counterfeit Billonlbe James' Bank \ ? ?ni.lay. in Aiiu-stTcci, i.? requested N return n good bill through the Toti Office, addressed " Tribone Ornee,1' orslie will lu? ?a .??te.I upon by a'gfnilmuan who will probably m ike provision lor her during Ihc winter ai a certain place Dull? North Hiver. _s?-1 rO?N McCAl?E & ?O.'S iut.lii?cnc? *lJP Otfice.09 Nassau-*?- lt*KT-REifCE9?lion. M. H.Gii'j n? il.M. Brevon, Ksq. W. Irvine.Prof.Itenwlck. ?Kil K<>. Ij. Cl'lU*LY,?ate l'crimlical ?gcai 155 Broadway, will please cull al ibis olHce lo day. BOARD.?Pamilies or single Gentlemen ran be accommodated at 11^ Mi rcer*5treetl one dooi north from Prince-streel and one block from Broadway. The room-ai'' pleasant,board -"ood ami price reasonablei oil (If BOAiil) WANTED?A single ?eutlc man wishes boanl in a respectable private lamily, where they would be willing im receivt* riry goiMls in pay* nifiii at ru-h prie???. Location must be between Brootne ;iinl Prince, Greene and Ifailsor?street?. Address a nole to Ij . Trihuue oiliee. statin'* trrm? and residenc?, will receive atieniioii. ol I 21* I > O A RD E KS WANTE 0 ?n a pnvnte -S^i bouse.?Two or three gentlemen or ;? gentleman an.I bis lady can be accommodatm! wilh pleasant rnouu; and board, on the ino<-t rea?oual?le terms, by applying at 200 w alker*st. >t few dobr? east til the Bowery. Very pleruaiit location. "I l 3i* B" OAR I > IN R RO A D \V A V, with very desirable apartments can be obtained for n family or two or three single gentlenien, in a boose newly furnishsd throu-hout, wherie or.lt-r, neatness, ami a ?-ooil table can he fioiiml. Apply at J39 Broadway. slUJiawlw O ARD?f)^ Duanc st.?There is uoth ingbelterT nothing cheaper, ("all ami see. o7 Im* IT^AMILIES and single gentlemen can he accommodated with ?-ooii and pleasant moms, with ir wiihoiit board, at No. 77 Chambers-street, second door below Broadway. sl? lin" BOARD.?A small private family having a.spacioushome near Broadway ami Eighth-street, would accommodate tv?o or four gentlemen who wish per? manent board and a plfa.-a.-n home, with Urge ro?*.iu? and closets, and breakfast and lea, at a reasonable price. Ad? ere -.?S. W. al tbi.? office. nll> lww BOARDING?Mrs. Jane Hai-ht has removed iroiii No ? College Place to No. it'3 Duane? meet, west ol Huilson-street. The situation i? pleasant and airy, the house is commodious and well calculated to ac? commodate those persons who may be desirous of Iqealing plcasanUy lor the winter season. An early application will insure a choice ol rooms. Ternis mod?r?t?. Refer* ences-exebanged. _?10 tw* PiANU~r()RTES.?A few splendid Rosewood amt Mahogany Piano Forte?, F ench grand action, with harp stop Hnd metallic plaie, and all the modern improvements, ot superior toi e and fini?it, tor ?ale low. at No. '-> .N.iv?au ?L _o 10 4?* G'OLD LEAF,"Dentists' Geld, and T?n r I'.nl. Silver Leaf, (Johi and Silver Bronze ot'superior quality, manufactured and sold at No. 88 William-rtreet, rear building, at the market price, lor CASH. Aleo, German Bronze and I^?-al'. Gold Ko 1 per oz. $23. au3t 2meo? R. B. RUG G LKS. L~?CK\Vl>oIrS ??NCYr SHOES, 5D1 Broadway.?Ladies' and Children's Bool? and ; SbOes, wholesale and retail at reduced pnces, and in all the i factorable ?aritie?. _?,l Imeo?! O'Tf?ce of the rainbow, a Weekly Peiiodical, devoted to Odd Fellowship, j removed to 160 Nav?au street, Second story, over the ? Ti tbune Oiiice. oi lm G 1 ALLEGO FLO IR.?The 'subscribers ?" are prepared to contract tor tlie above brand of Flour | deliverable bere or ? the milU. in Ricbmoud. otj GRINNELL, MINTI.'RN i? CO.. Tg South--^. ATEH"TOWER TO "LET?From VV one to fifty horse power, to let, at West Fam-s Saw M?l. 11 mile? troai the city. Il is accessible by wa? ter, and lia.? plenty ol water in the dryest ??-aso.-i. Inquite at the Mill or of JOHN COPCL'TT. 34-} V.'a?hiu;-ton irt-t-u aul? if MES' SHOVELS AWD SPADES.? ? A complete a.s?or*a;ient for sale bv MITCHELL fc WITH jHUjjtXjH Jolm-?t. PEW in Ascension Church for sale.? Pew No. la on ?ie ??ro-and ??Kir. in tlie l>ody oi the Chort-il. Applv at No. 78 Sooih-?trret_iel-> I^OrR SALE, very low, an excelleni Aiwater Stove, larfre size, ?early new. Apply ai No. 37Mori..n--?treet._o? tw WATCH GLASSES.?The;subscri ber ?tiers lor -aie hi.?: stock of Lunette, Patent. Patent Flat, e-mm_n Round, and Hall-Flat Watcn Gla?>e?, in convenient lots, at So. 8 John-street, cp stair?. o7 lm- JOHN ORAYDON. 1 i \?\( \ LBS- BREVIER TYPE (sec I \J \J \J ond-hand) suitable tor Country Newspaper?, ?or sale in lota of UNO lbs. or upwar-t. Pnce 20 cents per ?b. ca?-h. Apply at ihi? ortice. aq2TU S^ HOVELS and Hollow Ware.?100 dozen N k. W. S. Eddy's cast *teel Shovels; 1001 do do. iron Shovels. Also a?ood asaorluiens ot Hollow Ware on hand, and lor sale by __, ?,. ., oil F-J^ EDDY. --> Old Mip. P~H(_^X~s7vFES"-*-SCOTTS Patent Sues, lor ?ale low. to close a cooMtrnment, by oll6t DAVJ_NPOKT A. QLTNCY, 81 Jofan-g. B ANNER SILKS, of all widths, con s?antly on hand and for sale by o7o 1 w A. ARNOLD ^ CO., 52 Canal st. J~S. REDFIELD, Bookseller and Sta ? tioner, Clinton Hail, corner of Nassau and Beekrnnn* ?urei?, ha? constantly tor sale ait assortmant ol Theoloj/ical, Classical and SHscellaneoas, and Scboolbooa? and Staliofl< ery at the lowest cash prices. je_7ti BOARDING SCHOOL.?Irving Ina lute?An Fn?rli?h ?iml Classical Boarding ?school noung Gentlemen, Tarrytown, New Yoik.?|No dav sel i! FOUR DOLLARS A YEAR. WHO Li. NO. 4 "70 MRS. HOLTON'S Bearding and Day -d ool for Young Ladies, No. 11 Amitr-tvt aaS'1 2iw MR. and MRS. BAILEY will" re-open their Young Ladies' ."?.-ho?*!. 10 Cacroll place. Bk* ' er-street, ou Wedne>d.ty. 7th of September. Tlu-v ha? ; few T?caseles fei board)ag poj :?-. their Route- nuinberb in? twelve. It will readily be perceived tnai punctual ai tendance :? necessary lor l_? immediate organiwuon of the ein?**-?._anSl Sw ISS ORA.MS HOARDING AND DAV SCHOOL ?ill be opened on Tbursdav, 8th Septembt r. .il No. t?S Hammond street. _ ..Ir. .lin: Mrs. Bleecker, for nuwy years ?i .h.-V-Md of j i popular FemaleSeruioary m Westcbesier Coiony, assoct ? atol with Miss pram of ihts City, baring taken ihe exten* ?:???? Mansion No. tsc aamoKJod-street, will .-pen ? Board.n, I ?no Day Sch-./ol for Young Lau.< > on Thursday, Sept. ?2U>. ; The budding and gro i ids, for elegance', c?nvei?ienc? an.! ; healthy locauoo, are rK>Cs_rpttaa_d 1>>- auv similar instilo . linn m the cuy. ML?3 0ram, with asastants, will attend to the inttt-Ctioii ? >x rite yotm**; ladies, .md the .l.>m?>?i:c department will be : untlei die ?-periutcn?ecceol Mrs. Bleecker. _2u | ?l^?RDIN^; SCH?OL7? Irving Insri for ilav srho lars received.)?W>l P. Lyon a. M. and Chas. H.'Lvo.n. A. >L, P. ;-.,-:p^ls. Circular?, containing references, catalogue ol patron?, and all desirable information, ma*? ii<* bad on application at the initharion.or at the bookstores of w. a. Colinan.SO- Broad way; R. Lnckwood, 41] Broadway; H. v s. Raynor, ?t> Bowery; T. .1. Crowen,633 Broadway. N. R.?Wmier SesMOu open? on ihe 1st November, ot5 RS. a. b,. RU??ELL informs fcei friends and former patrons that she i? now prepared 10 receive pupils at hei residence, 96 Liberty-street, where circu? e? also inaj be obtained, siie bas permisi?n to refer to ihe followiug gentlemen i? Davitl .M. Reese, M. D.,No?31 Howard-street. M-?-r?. Disosway k Brother*?, 190 Peart-street. Miv-k L. ? w.K.at)v. t~ Cedar-street Francis ETall, K-q.. Office Commercial Advertiser. .Mr. Chur'c? Ann?, ! "7 P. ail sire?. Mrs. tli-.-. |? \siii also giv? ? rivnte instruction lo Ladi?sin a ?rreat variety of ornamental needle work, specimens of wii ?'.- may !...h ?it her residenc*. Persons desirous of obtaining a knowledge of Ibe above, will be taught from 3 until 5 P. M. Term?, .r?i cents prr lesson. N. R. Several specimens arc an entire new werk. o6 J\? * PK K F A K A T O R Y~S?'l 10 O L a t A??iT DLETOWN, Connec?cuL?A Classical and English Boarding-school ii?r younc gentlemen.?The Winter Ses? sion v. ill commence Nov. ? ".in and continue 22 week?. T?o? School ;.? well supplied with apparatus, both Philo? sophical and Chemical, including a powerful TelescopeI ?i -?, a complete set oi Am. rii an ami ForeignOutline Maps, a Library, kc. 4c. Sindents are thoroughly prepared els ther (in business or.collegiate institution.?. The Principals anil Pupils n side m..i liier in one family! Temporarily occupying the place ol parents, the Principal! let I a corresponding i Itligaiir.n t-i wal~h ovi r the mannet?., morals ami edu?aiion ?i ilieir Pupils. Nj student whose example is found injurious, will bo pcrmiitctl to continue witli u?. Tuccharge fur J_*4ruction,. Board, Washing, ordinary Mending, Fuel, Lights, and Bedding, is$160 per ?u iium ? each term in advance. I ? Circulars may l?- obt lined of G. P. Disosway, K-q. No. ISO Pi arl-street, or of the llev. Henry Cha?o, No. I'M Cherry-f.liect D. II. CH VSK, A. M. l pri?.;?-, o6 tiil?D-U S. cilAMK.A. M. [rrincrpalsi > VK?lTs?C; SCHOOL, ai No. 32 Riv ? tngtou-st. (near the Bowery.)?The subscriber wiB j commence his Evening School on Monday livuniug, Octo? ' but I7:li. Pupils will be carefully ?nstructcd in all the j !irai:c!'<- oi Ltiglis li Literature ibai can be advantageously attended lo. Classes in Writing . I Book-Keeping will be instructed ia? heretofore, by ihe t*|trarter? mnntb, <>i- a si ries ?>i lessons. Terms t'? suit Uie ilaii >. ?,;i Im' ' I'HpMPSOlV, Prini Ipal. ; pURT CIllC?TER JNSTITUT15 an I .1. Eoglishaiid Classical Boarding School lor Young Ceirf . deinen, Port Ohcsttfr, W"estchet*ter county, N. Y.? The j w inter Session >.i lids Insliiuiion will commence on the SOifi 1 of November amf continue iSJ weeks. (Ekpeiufea -*?7I perSej 1 sion No eT.trii ( barges i v .-pt tor Drawioic CalHloj^ue-*, containing referen? ??? and ether information! ean be ? Maine.t at ihe Meinodlst Book Itooni, _? 0 .Miiiii.-ir/-?irtjei ; otuce et the Tribune, or at It Cctlar-st -- ? The Pi im: ipal may be coo?ull?d <>n ami nfi?c ihe I lili until lite ZOih inst, ?n nil _a>( Broadway, or ??t the private rraf 11 m ? 11 any .;< iiticuiuu who may ??..II ami leave bis card. c DOW. A. I?.. I'.mciptl, n In hv C. Al. DOW. Assistant 0 ^l\i\ C'A?JiS Men's, Boys and **,?*)* fXj Youths' thick !>"ot?. for sale cheap tor cash by A. CLAFLHV, i..: i... * . i r.ail-.lrn't, up Man .. I QTAY iUNLUNG_J5 cases just rcf K7 ceived ; l^r ?ule by ..in 1\% VANDKUVt Hilft' .V HA VVVAKD. .il Pin??!. ?3RIMI? i'Ri;r.\Ki;i)~?o<;o \. und . Cocoa Shells for invalids, for sale by E. WITJf liVOTON", nt his Coffee and Spice Factory, 7 Duicb-?t. i i.in 7'.* SATIN.K'r.s.?ri.") cast's double milled Beaver Saiiiicl*., of the Troy VVooleii m?nufactuie, black mixed and.cadel mixed. Koi salo t'^' olOlw YANDI-ltVCUUT k H AY WARD, 29 Pine-sL _ i-i.ii.Al ??L AM) OANDLblS.?,000 allons Winter bleached *tr.<i unbleached Spehn ?U.-? Also, lof boxe? Sperm Candles,assorted siie?. ou hand ami IbrsHle low for c?h 1.7 !>'. K. BODY; oin ti 24 Old Slip. AR r i \ v i, K ( ; ?t i ?TiT?Tk si (TNsTlvini iai'.ire Orthogonal, and Perspective Drawing?; VYorlf iug* Drawings, Specifications, and PI?iiiiidte? for Chorcbe*, Pidihc and Priv.ite Buildings, will he made 10 order by It. .*. MIKLDKN, Archied, 0-1 I in* Mo. 2 .Mercer, cor. Howard ?L N. Y. T C10TTON GINS?Hand and power Cot / ton (?in? wuh pateiit " deladird chill grata," from 1*1 to no saws, furnished ;at ?hort ootice by th*- manufacturers' agent?, MITCHELL _ W1TIIKKELL, 08 91 John street. ?Vj 1 .?TIC?.?Jusr opened a fine assort J_ 1 inentof Plated Brass and Japanned Ritts A hue assortment Of Plated and Bra?s Stirrup? Du do .io do Haines I;>. do do do Knoli? Do do do do Lamps - Do do English Bridles and Martingales Do do Whalebone Rov;ttPa Do do Ivory Kititrs Do do Silk and Woisted Lace Do do Spring's, Axles, Huh? and Top And Patent Leather Do do Whip?, Tacks, Web, _c. hv sl4tf .?NO. S. sr.MMKKS.-J7. Pearl ?t. PRINTING INK MANUFACTORY. The subscriber has lor upward of twenty-five years I beets eog-ged in the manufacture of Printing Ink, during wbisb ume it bas Ixrrn u?e.l extensively throughout tb Onited States. His long experience as a manufaciurer of Ink, and likewise a? a practical Printer, enable? turn in fur? nish bis typographical brethren ibronebcut the L'nlon. who rtiav favor bim with their custom, witli Ink oi a very >upe 1 .?or quality, of unchangeable color, and on re??onaoJe 1 leim?. The l..k is well calculated to work on the compo ? sition roller, and on all descriptions of pre.??es now in use. i The subscriber likewise manufactures fnkofvariotu color.?, \ a Red, Blue, Green, _c. Orders addressed t-> bis mauufaetory on Front-street, be? tween Montgomery and t;<>UYern-ur-?tr<?et?, E??i Kiver, will be punctually auended to. GEORGE MATHER; The imove Ink i? at pre?eni used on this pap?r. 08 2trt I m ?> '. r 1.-. u 1 Discovery in CAMPBINE AND CHEMICAL Oil. LAMPS. WARK?MTED TO BCKN AT OWE BALI? THK F.XPF.K'iK (Jl eilhcr fill or <ia-. HE Difficulty which has heretofore ex te.i in Tr?nuniDg n| Campliine Lamps i? cow en lirely Obviated, by means of a Movable Cap and other im J portant improvements, which, upon inspection, will satisfy I the public that 'hev can now obtain a Lamp suprior to any r,uw in use?will burn without Smoke or Smell?produce an equal and steady li_ht in all direction.?, and regowsw by a single screw movement. Also, an Improved Toilor ? Lamp. Camphene, Chemical Oil. and SpiriL?, manufat turei! upon an toprovedSyatem,wh?lrsaIe an- retail, ?!'? ? livered to any partof tberity. Ire? t'"- Old E.?ui,i??ned Stand ot ' ?EOKGK MITCHLCL. ?j j?,. 8 Catherine ?ireeL HARliWARK, CUTLERY, &c.?OS BORN _ LITTLE, Importer? nr.d <Jen**ml Deal ers in En*li*b, German and American Hardware, Cutl.-ry, itc. _c ,33 Kulloti ?ueet. oppo?.:-? the f.niled Mates Hotel, [formerly Holts Howl.) New York, (where the bu*me>? ha? been carried on for eighty yean past.) offer to country rnerchants ?"i<l irt-rr* a v"r>' tttamm avsortment at Hie tcwe?t market price?, tor t.a-li or on approved Credit. Pnrebasers are hereby ?nvited in call and exataine the stock, ? '?: ich ~ composed in part of Table and Pocket Cot i'-ry ?.Rittora?Scissors?Tea arid Table Spivm*^?Tea ?j-j^jv??S.iuce and Frying I*?n-*?Corn and Coffee Mills? Shovel and TottgS?And.ron??Coal Hods?Hollow. Ware? fSbovels and Spade-,?H.^r.??For k*? IUke??Soy the*?Axes ?English Wagon Boies? SUign. Hou?e and Hand Bells ?Curry Oon.h-?Slate??Skates?Cut and Wrought Naife? Cut Tack??Brad? ami Sparab!?*??Bull? and Screw ? _7ck? and Latches?Hinges?Anv.h? Vice*.?Sledge H_at? met? File-?AogetS? Cn??e?.?? Gouge??Plane*?( ?peor'j Mill, Piu. Cio? Cut, Hand, Pannel, Iron and Bra>.? Back Shws)?American Iron Cooper Rivet?Beck Irons?Scotch Water oi Ayre Stone for .Mnrhle Polish?-*"*?Black Lead PoC ?Genuine Harlem Oil?( Ship Builders' Hardwire)?Albert son's, Horton's and (jttfonfs celebrated CastSieel Cooper?', Carpenters' and Ship Carpenter?' Kd?e Tool? in general ALso. Agt-nts for Miner's irlehntied Well and Cisterr Pumps, manufactured by 11. Warren, warranted superioi to any oilier kind in use. CHARLES OSBORN, o41in_CHARLES S. ClTTLE. WATER-POWER TO LET, from 1 to 50 horse power, with suitable room?, in tli? Saw-MSJI at West Farms. Inquire of JOHN COPCUTl 348 Was?ju?tcc-?uee:. ^ ?ffl ranee ?,_u*t los* o^,,,aS7oy^ " I. _1^?^ ?' ,lBK pren?tun, Orhce. No. 5- VV_K*_St*^ ?**???_ rale? c A B McDo>j,o. S<^:rco:r,??:,? "??-???>. ^dent. MERCHANTS' KIKE INSURANCE N,. ?ti^ W.^lw_-*ri>?> tomptny wo.inu? ?Ti^r a^rut lc^ or d?_?e by F-j-e^dwei?r-,* ??_? w? n*u?es. and other b?ifdmgs ship, in pon. r?le-vha^J^ household turoiture, and ?very .escnpilou of penoa_l o m erty, on terms a? favorable a? any similar in?iiintiou ?o u? c?y. DiRrcToRs. Jona. Lawrence. Henry K. Robert, Thomas Bkiodgoo, Anthony C. Rossirr, John A. Steven*.. Mose? Tavlor, Rob. Che-^-bronirb, Oliver Corwu,. Kranci?, H'. Nicoll. John L. Lawrence. 1 boina.? Lawrence,Charle? Sa-tirv James BovJ, Jr. Charles N. TaJbol, William W? Fo?, James G. Stacev Geor**-- Barclay, A.?aph Stow. Jacob P. Gtra_t*i. Joseph Hudson. David M. Prall, Andrew Foster, Jr. Ephraim I^ibri.x?k,MvV-e? U. Gruiuell Oliver H. Gordon. JONATHAN LAWRENCE, President. A. Mili.kr. Secretary. uS2ro TREMENDOUS COMBiNATlOKo the Locomotive ami Boston Card Pre-???** for Can Pn-iims* ; ai?o, tor every description o? Job Printing. Th -".???iih Power Press, tht superior Rust Press* also, the eel? 'irsted Press by Emery, London, th** only one now iu ?hi country??which pnex*s. tor speed, beautvand exeeut) ?n e work, caunol be surp.is.srd in the city. The location < Uli ??xtensiv,- e?tabli-hmer.t is. at 115 Jo, in street, 3d doer iPM Pearl, where orders tor Pnuuog are ext-cuted aithe shorte! notice, and in a ?tyle eouaj to any thing vet produced, b' ? ? , FrtI.GER_. SCTTON. Printers. .%. B. Look weil for No. 115 J<?J-m_sl.near Pearl, sjgisn ?pUT-AND VLAIN GLASS of everj V_/ ?lescript'on.?Ginvntlolt-s. French and English Force lain ol all kiNd?, new Bali Limn?, Astral Lamps ami Shade of all sizes and patterns, from 15 to 20 per cent, savin*; t< country m**reli_nt.?. hotel? and lambe-, iu applying n STOl'VF.NEL *?. CO.'S Factory, No. 29 Gold**.tn*el, and a ?tor* No. 35 John ?treet, wholesale and retail. All articles matched to any pattern*. Goods svnt to am P'.i-.oi the country*irev o: ;?.?. ?..-r ami cartag?-. &_i lm*' GLAZED HARDWARE PAPER.? 3? by 40 inches, Id- ream.?; 24 bv SI do., 10? ream. :?> by 30 do.. 5*' reams. Fine Raiiging Paper, 10,0m? lbs. .'?t inches wide, a superior anide. ' Green Hanging Paper 0,0*0 lbs., 20, SI, .0. _4 and 3? "??che* wttle. 200 gn?*? Bou nef Board?, blue ami while. 40,000 lbs. Trunk Board* t0.itoo Binder's Boards. All kind.? Paper manufactured a ike ?hortest notice, and for sale by au22 it ? a ? N T k D F, RRICKSON. I? S.uib*?**. LOCK?. ! LOCKS : !?Wilson's pateni Lever Look? .?ml Latches are pronounced t?y gooc judges to be the best article tor ilom- (kstenings ever oflerei to Hit- public; ihey are very durable and op?rale with ?TM ease without the possibility ol* ever getting out ot order Pur?-ha?ers are'invited to call and examine tor themselves. For ?.lit? by ?it' liuOJiW SAMUEL NOYES, 111 Fultoa-si. HATS: CHEAP HATS!?Threedol lar Hat?,?Ju?t finished, the most splendid nrucl ever offered to the public, Elegant short nan Moleski Hats, al the low pri?;e of$3. Also an article at ?2 50, equa m durability and lustr?? it? those commonlv sohl at $1 BROWN, Practical Matter. 146 Csiial-.-treet,one door al?.?vt -OllnrtiiMtr. .??_) lm* ?rpH(>i\lS(Jl\lANIs]\l TKHJWi'TlAM JL The Kin/? of France and Prussia aie Tbomannian mU bave awarded tlie author a splendid Gold Meda and verv complimentary letter?". NEW:YORK TROi THOMSONIAN INFIRMARY AND MEDICINA STORK, So. f.'C Bon Kl Y. (opposite tAcTheatrt) undei du? direction ol Da. J. M. l\ORRlS,,who ba* lia?l ovei eleven years experience in iKis practice. olo 3t piHEAP S'l'OR E.?W?NDOW Ghtss V_y PAINTS, (MLS, etc 5011 bo.*u? \> indow G la??, G by ?I to a by 10. :ah\ ?? ?? " S by 11 10 10 bv 12. ?not) ?? ?? ?? in by II to IJ by 18. 10011 " " " and Picture Glass, 13 by 1; to 24 by so. 500 ?? French Window and Picture Glass, tj-t; to32-4? IfHtU l.r^*? While Lead, _'? II??. Io500 lb?. ..?HIHI |b* Paris and Chrome Green, j bids. Neabfoot Oil. 20 ?' Spirits Turpentine, inen lbs, Iiuuerinl O.rcen, In Can. I0.to201ba, '?o bbl?. Glue, (A_ent I'm Peter Cooper.) In eases British Lastre or Stove Bluckini?. 23 bids. Venetian Red, (Kiit*li?*b.) 10 ra?e? Chrome Yellow. ' iSnliiiiiore ) ."?tin ib.. Ground Prussian B?u??, (warranted pure.) un bol?. \Vhiiiti_; .'.o.io. Gilder's"Whhlnfr. For sale by A S?:il *.Nt:K. ?:i? l)i-.i?i?.t?-?t. ol? lw VALUABLE l'A RM 1'OR SALE Situated m Southpoii.aboui three units fironi the vil i il"- "i Elmira, Counly of Cbeinu?g, lying on ?eclayt t?ii?fk, roiii_tiiiiiti4 2??;; acres ol lam?, a cMiisiderable pan o which i? under excolleut improveuieot. Then- air ?wo Houses and two Orchards on tbe Farn?, and Bann Shed?, Aie, and it could be very easily divided into IWt ??art*. Il is considered to be one of the best Farms in tin neijbborh'XMi, hihI will lie ?old i?n reasonable terui?. Influir? of A. LAMB, No. J'"? Founb?ite?*i, or of olli Iim* A. KONKI.K, viltiifft? of F.Irou?. BOOKS AND STATIONERY.?Th< subscriber has constantly ou'bund Pnd olVers tor sal a encrai 'ISsorUUfill yl Books and Sialionerv, which h will ?-ilir a.? low n. ?my ?lore id the city. Sears Bihl oioirrapby, St-at? Pictorial Bihle, Scon'? Bible, Chriitia Fainily Annual, ('olden Tre.??iiiy. JoeVpliut*, Prayer nm fjyriin Bofiks, 't'estanieni s.SeJioiil Book?,Summery, Fane; Anitlf?. Perfumery, Pen?, Ink, Taper, ??.c. kc. kc. N. B.?-AgeuU wanted in c\<-ry town to sell ,iew an* popular Siii-vol ll'w.k?. \. J. SBXXON, No. 11 Be. (unan-st. con? r Naisau, New-York. / o I ,'ilnwlni* nj/TAtiAZDN?? and Periodical, for Oct. 1*1 The Aiii?t. lioilr?,'?. La.iiev Bonk, Gralianr's La* dtcs'and Gentlcnian's Afagazme, Ladie?' World ol Fashion, Ybans People's Bi-ih, Boston ami Beniley*?. Uiseellany, ice ; K.0111 lion?.? ol the XIX l'?t?lutv will? nioie lb.in .'.'??'t'eiiiM'aviii?,'.?.; Biblical Journal, ChriWtiun Family Mag', ?uiiue, Edited by ll. lt....t ami l). NewtII; Temperance ?uni othei Almanac.?; The Rainbow aud Radiani, a uew liutn-tfous ?ml witty joui nil well calcula led 10 jilni.se ihf livt-ly ?o?d liny. Allot' which will be sold wboleaale anil retail. A liberal discount made to th?se who ?ell again. N.B. 60Agents wanted to circulate hiagatinvs,JPeri? ).ll. iil*,ltc. P. S. All I'Jdiini? of Paper? who will copy ihe above weekly and send a copy to this ollice, shall have a copy of ihe Radiant or Farm House of the XIX Century Motto them according as they may direct. A. J. SfclXToN, ol 3inw lm' No. II Beekman cor. Nastau-st By Special ?ppoinlnienu JOSEPH GILLOTT, Pen Manufacturer TO THK Q?BJEN.?CAUTION.?The hir-li chara. - 1er of these Pens has induced the attempt, ?n th** paitol several disreputable makers, to practice at rand ndlonly uitoti >lr. GilUit, out al?o upon the publie. An iaferiorarticle, bearing ihe misspelltrd name, thus, Gillot, omittin?; tlie final t. is now in the mark?!. Ir caa readily be d*tei?ted by in antinLitied appearance, ami the very common style iu which it is pot up. Observe, the genuine P?*as are are all marked In lull? "Joseph Union's Pateni," or''Joseph Gdlott, warranted;" and that each groat hears a lac simile of hi.? ?Stritature. The ahovc.Hiay be had, tvholeaalc,of HKN'RY JKSSftP jyl5 ly 91 Jfihn-strfei. corner of Gold. BOOTS AND SHOES?-A general an ?ortment of MEN'S. BOYS' and YOUTHS' BOOT.*?, SHOES ami BROGANS, viz; Men's boys'and youth?.' iliirk hoots, calf ami kip, sewed and pegged; do men'? and boys'thick and kip hro_an_ : women'*, miases and chil? dren?' bootee.?, buskins, ?lippers, ice AlsO, fur cloth ami ??*j|et CAPS; fine silk and coney hats. Ali,sold low lor cashor city acceptances, by the case or dozen. Country merchants would do well to call and examine at GALE i. Co.'-s, 2U0 Pearl-street, 03 ?jni? under L*. S. Hotel, N. Y. ONE PHICE STOitE,*~It is generally known that soin? store-keeper?; a*k double the price ihe article it wortli : iherefoot any pervin wishing to pur? chase jjoodcheup clothin-i can rely on being furnished with irttel?-*? at the following f-riers:? Coats at $12; cloth jack **t? $3 50 W %5, cloth pants $i 2b lo $4 50; saline! pauUt il 7a to $2 V). J. COGSW K LL.1KU Chatham-st. j y2l 3m ?~iROTON \V?'??R.-~The undersigned V_y n.ake use fd the Turned and lead pipe for the above purpo-e. which ihey insert l?y the patent ?crew, witliout opening the ground. They having reduced U?eir price?, would solicit all persons intendlnrio take the water ro ??v.* ibeui a call. CHALMERS k W ILLIAMS, Plumber??, corner of Surtie?- and Williamstreet'. N. B. Bath ToJar, Shower Ka'th*. Water Closets. tc.,fill'-?l up in the most improved manner ; :?n.t ill rarrit-nter'i work appcrcdniag to thebutine* mpplM toliictrad>? ?t? lw rp(j THE LOVEKS <?i .-?iiperior ?lack L Tea!?Ilowqua*.? Miilurel-Tli:. riiremely delicious und anparaileted Tea, so highly eeieh-iated in China and Europe Just imported, is now t*?r sale at the Cantoa Tea t?ostpany's General T?i E?iablLd?mfM.t, Ul Chaiham-slreel, New-York, in Chinese package* price 5f> els and tl **?'cb. rny_l tf_ UNITED STATES Tea Emporium, 121?lateJ_9.Chatham street, Nev-York, wholesale nn?l rftaii.?The Canton Tea Company continue to offer tor ?ale new and fragrant Teai of evrry ?.ariety ami style.-? Their avionment specially include? the iuo*.t deliciou? and piVAtertul gTadc-tot Gr?*en antl Black. Evt?ry packaj*? b?ar the stamp ?!'neatnevi and ??le-^anct-, and Uic Tea? therein are so thoroughly secured from light and air that iheir rjual ny and power will rvmain unimpaired in any climate. Their ?y*rem ai prosecutint* hu.?ine??i.?? ?mm haps scarcely lo lie et celled. It i? fourtde<I upon the nu?.<*?t regard to the rit_hu of ihe customer, especially with respect t# weigh .aid quality, and unrivalled cheapne**. All purchasers are called upon to return any article? which lai! to give them the fall* e?t satisfaction, when the mon??y will be cheerfully and promptly refunded. Country merchants, public establish? ment, head* of families, and ?bip-ma u-r.?, will fiml it a deci? ded advanta_-*to supply them?*elve? from this establishmeiit Colfe? roaswd every day. , ,, Orden from all pans ot the United Sutes execnteU wiui promptitude and despatch. , . -r?f,._ 33* Th? Ofdy warehouse in America for die *?-ej" "'Ja* qua's celebrated Bla*k Tea._*** PVTENT CHEMICAL OIL LAMP?, CHFMIC-VL OIL BURNING FLUID.-The sub* CHEMICAL, WJj,jmSLn rf ti? poblic to his alocJt ?*S* ^^sJj^S^rSnrLAMrA' wSS* from ihetr ot ? (.REEN(>LOH s PA if* ^ TOpem^ ,? ? bf^uty ano ?P^lK' ^Uch H boroed m them is a other? iy?w in ?*-*? * "Z ir?<n in in, properties, and gives . ,k?2rt.h ? h.hl free from all sm?ke. ?mell ??r grea?, anJ 1i-n_o?^r _9 nor ?ain. Cormnon Lamps can rx* alieml .^iv Mrniined to refer lo snmeof **ur most respecuble i ______TtH>0 a*--- ?ow asin*4- ?,e ?-r1j.c!*,? i f_*mues,w j. <;. HOOiLER, 4S6 Broadway, F 8.?There li no danger of esplo?on lo eiih? o?* tf ' aie anide?. *?-?-*? ??