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Br.imn t.'s Bau?, Friday, May tl-? P.M. TT ? ***'**' ?*"m,0r ' ***!"' u.? txr? ?,**T* abnnd?nce of mon and Jon. ? po.h *e wo,.1-' ?-**?? >'" fi?**j_J ?KSnte the opinion I *?> " *?" I"1*/*** (lha ?LA wot/d be repai'e?. bj the 1th) except that the quantity of earth to .> remove? is greater than 1 at fa* supposed. From ac/ual meisare 3,eiit. it mi- ?--lite to between :?: to 9?, I'JJ cubic toet. The dimension? of the cavity to be ,l!letl -?P ?* *iven by Kngineer Manh as follows: .Avorage width. M feet, depth below bottom ofcona'. ", ISet; leneto. ! (M feet, or Miada The expen.,? 40* repointir the breach will be told. /shallpi" boats on Tuesday, as I boforo ai- ) vised jou Mr. Olmstea 1 is I -re, and everything ? ?isSoiBgon as well as could be i at ana ^?T. In laste, your?, Ac. J\' H AKimi?k? Fkii i> ? A oorrespondent of the ? Jjooisril'e J >?rrml srfvea a sa ! - n feud "between !'.''? fannies ol (Jarr ? i ?\ri\,-\ Kvans aid Hill Dr. Btnas,essna tw > or throe t mootho oince, shaft ono of nil Beighbt -i .ii-ned 1M1, : ?aifaea fed, it le snnponnd t?> I , M on? da) last one of the Evans o aid one d tiie Hills came info collision, and ex?1 an ? ' ? is effect Tie Hi!1 rang tbnn ' m Kvi-ii with ' knivei and? t bis throat on es. nie up- I par lip nt a-l> off While this I woo coin" on, a brother of Kvans a*>p?*ire>! and | shot down wit!, a revolver at? Bill,Frederick Hill, Willi . oui Henry 5acacy, a b-?itb?-M*i law made at bhn witbont I iDii ?? ? i I tttte was ever the wound .-d l.vam, m: i .ppoied tobe dea?) None of the v. and 18 thoaeLt they may all recover. Fi <??).-> IS R>.i> KivEii?The A'- ?? Iris (La) Democrat ot May lo sayo that tiie river wos rising, lioving risen about four feet oince tue lost publica? tion of tbo Democrat. Three feet more would bring the river level with ita bank?. The rise is attribute*! to heavy raine. The Trinity Advocate of the lltli inot. ooyo, in relation to Ula<*k River: The water? are rorntderably higher ai tbii place than they ba.e beer ?Inee 1K6, and yelriiln;'. Wbat it to be the final denouement we cannot even conjecture. The loOaea already auatalned In ?lock?, in crop?, and in varlou? ?usines? fixturei are a:moi*. lneaieulab ?. Il I? a general wre? k, and the survivor? are making for the land in ab direcdon?. The proepeci for a general crop la bopeleea, and that for ?p??ual ooe doubtful. The Alexandria Democrat oayo that the crop? in that section are nearly used op. The cotton was almost killed by the cold, unseasonable weather. GENERAL ?NoriCES. (~* A. Olcllroy, Dentist, in SixL'i-ava. between Twelfth and Thirteenth oto. JeS litio fW Rocky Jv.OBnu.ln limb Braver Hato.? liao, Comer Fine, and Nassau-ats., Invlies the attentlos of Bis etisu-oiei? and the public to bis beautiful White and Drab Beaver Hals. The lightness and gentility of this hat and li? ext uolve ooe loot oeaoou, bos Induced htm to get up the arucle In the moat rich and elegant manner. He baa also o fine aaaortinenl of Oentlemec'i Straw and other Hats ot the laleet dtAscrtpdons. BIRD, my 17 6wl? eor. Pine and Nassau sto. ?S? HT Fi?'?"- Departmeol ?Notice.?Tl.e different cora panTe? who Intend eacortlng the Diligent Hum Co. of Philadelphia, on thi? (Monday) evening, are requeued to meet In the Park at 6 o'clock, precisely. The companies will take precedence by their No? the right of line at (he West gale. All compaoteo not yet reported are requeoied to do 8B ao early ao possible to the Grand Marahal. It* By order, MICHAEL KICHEI.I.. ??rand Msrihal. a? -? - ?_r ?rtlct Nerwlrh and Wore.-?ter Railroad A'O. Norwich, May ??, luid ? Notice Is hereby given, that a meeting of Oil Stockholders of the Norwich s, i Worot ter Railroad Company will be held al the office of oatd Company, In Norwich, on Friday, Jun - 7, MB, at 10o'clock A.M. for tbe purpoae of taking Into consideration the ac? ceptance of the Act recently paued by the LegUla'.urei of BtaasaehuaeKiand Connecticut lncreaaing the Capital Stock of ?aid Company. Copleo of the Act can be obtained at the Tranofer Office, lo New-York, (!8 Merchaoto' Ex change,)and al the office of tbe Company. Per order of the Board of Director?. P. Bl M ANDREvVS, Clerk. je3Stlo_ pri-riitttl Lu?)?*- of the rttiiie of New>Vork. ?The Annual Couununicaliou of the M. W. Grand Lodge : of the A. and 11. Fraternity of Free and Accepted Ma.? mi ' of ibe State of New-York will be held at the Grand Lodge ' Room, at tbe City Hotel, (late Howard Houie,) 4?*9 Broad? i way, en Tur?d?y evening, tbe 4th of June, at 7 o'clock.? Tbe Grand Secretary* office will be open unltl thai lime ' ?very d?y, from 10 AM. to 6 P M. al tbe ?ame piare? \ Why Entrance on Broadwav. The Committee appointed I By order of tbe M. W (Iran ! Lodge, to make tbe Decenary a-TBCgement? for the Dedication of freemason? Half, j ?aO? Broadway, to Maaonlr purpoae?, have decided that ! there ?hall be a general Proceaslon of ibe Fraternity, under | ?be baaner of the Grand Lodge only. Tbe Proceaslon will be formed at ibe Grand Lodge Room, ai me City Hotel, on i "Wedoeeday, the 5th of June, at 11 o'clock m the afternoon. All Brethren are requetted to appear In dark clothing, black hat?, while apron? and while glovet. Tbe Officer? of Jaodge? in uViir official regalia, mv? lus* JAMES 11ERRINO, Grand Secretary. a? ? Op" I. O. O. F.?The R. W. Grand Encampment of Southern New. York will bold a special ?e??lonal (be room, HaUiooal Hall, Canal ?i. on Monday evening, Junes, al 3 o'clock, for tbe adtni??1on of new member?, reception of pe ttuoni and communication, and acting u?on report?. By ?rder. |irS H?J JOHN J. DAVlf.8, Orand Scribe. a?' OT At a viertln? of the Prienda of the Bible, an t?vor of procuring and circulating ibe moat talthful ver? sion? of the Sacred Scripture? In all language? held on Alonday, ?~tb May, tbe following preamble and r?solu :tun? were paivoed. vis : W hersas. Toe mind and will of God, a? conveyed In the toiplred original? of tho Old and New T"?t?ra?iit?, ?ra the only infallible ?landard ol failh and practice. and theref ire It I? of un?peakabie Importance that the Sacred Scripture? ?bouId be faithfully and accurately traniiatad tato every living language: . And, whereat, a Bible Society I? bound by imperan ve ?duly to employ all the mean? In it? power to mure that the book? wtilcb It circulate? a? tbe Revealed Will of 11 >d to wan, ?bould be a? free from error andobacunty aapoialble: And, trrVerr?., liiere 1? not any general Bible Society In thi* counury, which hat not more or let. reotneted Itself by It? own enactments from tbe discharge of this duty. There? fore, Kescired That It Is expedient to form ? vo.untary asso? ciation tor the parp?se of procuring and circulating the most faithful versions of the Sscred Scripture? In all lac ??uage*. Hetolred, That In such an association, we cordially tirite ab permet to cao pera te with u?, who embrace tbe princi? ple? upoo whicli we propose to organize, without regar 1 So their denominational position? In other reaped?. At an adjourned meeting held may 01, the reaalilte ar rangaoieolt were made for orgaci/lng. and the following re?olu?on wu pas?ed. TbAM a public meeting be held on Monday, the Pub of Juno, at ? o'clock P. M.in the meeting houae of the Taber? nacle BapU?t Church, In Mulbarry-ii. to organize the pro poeed BMociation, by adopting a contti'.utton, elecilng a boaid of manager?, kc. and a nieeiiog be held al K o'rlo-k JP.M. of the ootne day. In ibe came pia?-e. to bear addrestea ?and obtain sobwrnption? and contribution?. Addrewe. will be delivered id the e.en.np ;.y Brethren Cone. Armllag?, Bemtngton. Clapp. Eddy and Radford. SPENCER H CONE, i ?'C MAVHEARTMirAUE ! "^mlttaeof OROIN B. Jl'o'n. , Arraogementi. joi ttetid WM H WYCKOFF, I OP" for other (?entrai Sottes?, tt* i llh Pane AO/ATKU PII>K-V> tons from > to , inch cast Iron VY pipe For ?ale by PETTEH It MANN, JeS Si* 4?i*r3 PtAOrl-sl. BAR IKON-A full stMortroee i of litter EugUth ra tiDed and comiuoa iron, for sal.' by ja? 3l? PETTEr v MANN. %&: South-?L PLATINA?Any paraos havtag platina wire for ?ale ran had a customer by ?ddr?SBlog box 7X> Foet-Offi?e. ?0Wst HOT HOLWK liKAfKH-Blac? Hamburgh 8weeiwater Grape?, for ?ale at TAYLOR'S, Si snl ?Aanadway, oppoaite the Tabernacle. Jal SUV Simi) On ils, New- York, Jun? 1, 1?J0. l\?!TIV*t~,')vrn?'? o? Dogi will take notice, thai on 1 *4 Monday, t?a laia laat. lultaole -yaraoo?, duly auUAonaed to kill doga, will eater upon ihalr duiv. All Dogs found running at large after that data, and -jot properly muz/led. will be liable to be deatrt.yed, aocordlr.g iu taw _J?9 lw By order, AHHER TAYLOR, Vint Marahal. ^?OAP KAt'TOKY TO LKT-Situatrxl in the rear y of 35?. HO ?vad Hi Cherry-??, with fixture? compl?ta, Ai.cludla?; BEI for grtndlug Mai .? r?i s^B? .f the pa-.? .o make S.lOi ||,? ?trap ear h boiling. Poa?ea?'.on glvao Itmo?. dloielr Iut-ulra of P. U. FAY, ..4 and ?.A? Cherrv-si. J?3 Tf_ DltMOltTING TIBW8.-Aay fearooo oavlng ? lot of iDieraMlog view?, ?ultobl? for public extubldoo, whei they would wlah to dlapoaeot, may bear ot a pur. chater by applying, per addrea?. Also, lor a fir?:-ra:e Ml cruacope, with curtout IbuatraUtioa. appropriate to the la strament Address Mtcroaeope, dtirlot Best week, ot the Tribooe OfTirw. _ >Ol ?tl?' O. r. O J. GOATACAP. DPHlXeSTXRT, PatOPEm H?HGIHG, WINDOW SHADE AND BEDDING WAREHOUSE, QOiJ BROADWAY, opposlie too Park Fountain, New. ?O?York. myi7iml?* VTNION COITB4IB, I.. I.-Trotttog. Monday, Jan? - J, at .i o clock PR. Mates for AM"., mile heal?, beat tbraa In Era, to barteaa, owners to drive H. Chanrrau ?soBiao rb g Conftdeace. Jamea Cocwar names bk g Stranger Immediately after puree of ?*, mi.e heal?, beat three In five. In harten. S McLaifhlln eoter. gr m W VV'aahinguyo, Jame? W?eipiay entero o b Emigrant, ?Dand Kehoe -miera roan g Fighting Pig. Tbe car? will leave the South Ferry, Brooklyn, Ot 2; V*?*A, sst? retara as soon m the sports ai-? ovw. AdBUaBloe to the Coarse V) rent?. JetMt]_BPICER k MMANN. Proorlotnr? TgB OM1I.INAL PICTURE OP PRANKL1N ? "r OURNEY, the dUUDtruUhed Daguerrtaa Artm, r?2_?0a*'woy, bat been perailuod by ;h? proprietor of this S?? P?tT?n before ha lake? It back to Europa, to tase * .**** rostas fto-B It, now exhibiting ?! hi? Oallary. The IJf^jnaut? by Dop?aeea, the daitlagulsried painter to Lout? tt^kao ?appoead to be lb? fir?t uienea? ever tak.n nf ut* ** **? U># ??* ??", w ?*??? ,or h,s 6rs? *>u?*. sod ?rv?^anl rata-aed to PatOaooo. from wtioae widow the WANTS. \y\N1r:l> KXTRA-The adv.MU.er 1? *?:< ao " ? ??ualDiM with b?;?<or?t g'.neriliv, btvlr.g besa ?a gag?-? m mercanltle purtall* lujthti city for fineen ysars in: He would like the agency of ???me uaeful m?aufar , mred article, that would pa*, a good profil, snd lhai I 11 1 i l_"i?"Al"r*i''!y',JJ' d->vo*-?*' the r;?hl k'.r.d of energy to it, ' which h?*u ci-tnpetent to do, and would furnUh a ?-n.lt anicunl i f mean, if nece*aary. Any manuficiurer, or pt ??ornetrulv u?eful artir'-- i?i.t wants lo get r;?-n, a ?1 give Die adveniaer a chan?-?? >o do as too, may address, ; wild corfidenee, "Energy," Tribu??* Jal Si* WANTKD?A li'UAil'in hv ac'ranandraipectable girl. With U*every it^ii r-commvndal'.aaa, to do coiling, i w??h(ngi.*id lr. I be willing to dochamber v irk, wa?h!D-*ai.d inn lig, lia fin! rale cook, waih-r and yutr. and an exporter r.-d <-!:aml?*rmatd? it willing to real ?* her?? f ?ene?**!!] BSStVi no objecUoa to gJ *.p :he retintn. CalfBi MB a,^"** *?,ANT'1fD---?<itti?:<o'-? ?"" ,w" P i-? ?aiBrtasfsalBtetitbs ,i-Lw .and ironing, or a* chsmheru:<ad. city r. fsrrnres. Cab !-ie-D for two ds,'? -ar. __ ??'"?l WANTKII-By at- ? '"?m *?v '*U'?h T! - or chamhermafdj ran do i ' K , , ' n (?1v*?th?l ?*? i to cbaracier i 110 tasO ' ? ?-;e??dayt at 223 'Veit flrtt-tl Bssr \V'ANTJ.D-A*ltu*lloti trj airi'?ii and li-iy girl, wh-> v v ha* been llvi* if a good while ir. lier lait place, le 'I I -??work; 1? a Erst rat" washer ail 1 and wait?. U'a :-s Is willing to rod? i i ? V\ AN'i'KD- Bitoatlt ni I.. f-vo reipectable you,,.' wo v v un t tsar iodo ren-ral bou??-werk?* ? ' ?unir?. ' r?e ?t. cao be ?e?*n for two'day?. Jsfl -' t* \]hJ ANl'KD- An Aii.-iican J tmng man with | I* reference?, want, employm at li-' can l-nd Qro eery : I. a good pecm.n ; can drive cart ; act a? poner I? correct at figure. Apply at 16 Cocnt!?*? ?!tp, npttair? for Jo*epb Jt*-3 it?. WANT IM. M*UAT10m*->--?*a?a*Maaaa: pnvii? lamuy lerv.nt. can be o!.tainted on application lo the eraplover.''and aei-vanti' Protective Agency, 118 O ran die. ?frond blocke.it of Broeflwiy. N. B. Good colored ter ?rann alio on hand. jaS 11* WANTKD? A tluiation at child'? nurieand lo do fine fine wlahlrg and Ironing, or plain ?ewtng, or lo do general boutework, bv a re?pect?ble wo-nan with good reference. Apply at 25 Tweltb-et. Can be ?eeo for two ?)?y?. _ Je3 It" YBJANTKD? A iwoor Ibrre Iteater Whiting l.pp?*r, in il itirhe. wide, not badly worn. Any peraon having ?ucb a tnaclilne to dltpote of, will please write, giving, des? cription ?rd the price, to HENRY J. PEET, Pr.tf. Hol? low, Madiion Co. N. V. _ jaSat* \%'ANTKD-Situation? ftr gool cooka,chambermaid!, v v nur?*?, girl? for general homework, waller i/lr ?, ?mall girl?, i<r at 7? Llapenard ?t near Broadway, whare the beet of ?ervant girl* can alwaya be obtained without delay. i?*-i it* W ANTKD?Ainiart active girl want? a aiiuati.na? v v chiroliermaid or a? waiter in a genteel private family; or wr.uld do the general bou? e work of a ?mail private fa-nl ly. Apply at 12 Btanton-?t. Brooklyn Je3 11* WANTKD-By a reip'ciableTroteatantyoung woman a illua.ion at chambermaid, or todo plain tewing. No objection to go In the country Can be aeen for two -is -, if rol engaged. Apply at -58 Grand-it. Brooklyn. je3 It* \% ' ANTED? A ??ua?ionby a reipectable young girl a. vv waiter and chambermaid or to take care of chidrt-n. No objection to the country. I? a ProteatanL Call ?? 7 ??? Broadway. Can be ?een until engaged. i?3 It* "iV ANTK I)?By a re*peetabl<- young girl, a ilwan in ?a* I v v chambermaid, or to do g.-neral boutework, in a ?mall . ftmlly. Can be leen lor two day. unleii tutted at 169 ] Monroe-it. JeS 2t* WANTKD-AiHuauon by a ?niariactlve boy, between I", ?r.din yean of ige, ai an apprentice to a trade, I carpenter or chalrmaker. or to work in a llore. Apply at ] rPiit.t. Beit of relerence. je3:?t* WANTED lr, a snail family, a respectable Engllih woman ; ?he muii be a good cook, wa*ber and lron?w. Apply 4.*>4 Grand-it. between the bour* of .*> and 7 P. M ' myzt m? I ANTKD?A few apprentie?-! lo learn vest making. ! Oood teweri may apply at SSB Tenth-it. jel 2uf ANTED?A clean, tidy bov. to go errand? and to | keep ?tore in order Apply at 94} Fulloa-cL Je3 2t UITIATION WANTKD-Bv a" youngTroiestam yJg\t\ In a small private family, to do general homework, | (If light) or take ere of chlldrer.; can give most respecta ble lefcrenceiaa to character, tc. Will be hea-d of lor three ? day* by eating at Mr.June.'., 1<4 Ureene-it. between , Bleeker and Amity it*. Ja3 It* I?ROTKNTANT, ??ERMAN AND"COLORED^SeT ? var.i? wanted?Cock?, nur?e*. i:e. ke. for private fami? lle?, at Protective Ageccy, 148 Urand-.L corner Elm. N B. | Alio, some colored boy?. Je3 It* PIANO-FORT*** 'NNTRL't'TlON ?A lady In j every reaped qualified to give puplii a thorough know- I ledge of Mualc, it deiiroui of obtaining a home In a family ! where brr teaching would be con?ldered an equivalent fot her board. Unexceptionable reference* given. Adiireei E. B. at Ihit office. _ _ ]a3 3t? ?1 ? ItKWAKU-Loil lB~iT*Uge ob Friday, May ?V I " ill, a bank book (with the Mechanic?' Bank,) a re? ceipt book, and a pocket book, containing $43 In ?mall city note? The books are all marked ?*Journeaylt Burn ham " The above reward will be paid to any pemon who will return the same to 14 MaldeB-lane. frt3 It* ***** for other Want,, tee th? I'tth Page. w w BOARDING. BUAKD-tirnllemen and Ihelr wive*, tl.i ?ingle geo urnien, ran be accommodated with full or partial board ai 2.S6 Mercer ?i i IJ Ne(lionplace) sear Eighth ?t The hou*e 1? replete with all the modern convenience* and con iliruoiiito the >lgbib-?i. and Broadway line* of ?tage*. I JeS -*w*_ '; |?OAKDIN(..-Ples??nt rooms and btdroom? r in : linected, If ?-equlred, wlih itoard, In one of the raott ; plea?ant loraiioni in the city, wtihtn one minutes' walk of I the Howery a> d Broadway tlagei. Apply 371 Pour'.li it. ! near I,a Favetle-plare. jell It* BUAKD A gentle-man,or a gentleman and nia ?rife, can have a choice ol room?, furnished or unfurni*bt>!, In a newly finithed houie, wlih an improved bath room at? tachai, reference required. Apply 112 Orees*t je3 3t* BOAKDINt..?Very pleasant room?, with board, ran be obtained at lnSPrmnkiln-.L by applying Immediately. Balht In the bon??. my9 tfis A I.ADV. redding'.n a very pleasant location, would like one or two gentlemen and their wives, or a few 1 ?ingi* gentlemen, to board. Tue hou?el? furntined with ', hot anef cold bath., and ev?*ry convenience to rentier a homr deilrable, ?liait be realised. Andre** " Ho-ne," Trlb. : une oliice. for one week. jt.i 11* I A LA D Y of tuperlor qualification* and tome year* ex ' J\ perlence in bu*lneu, in the dry good? and fkney line, wl?be? to take the charge or a-i a? ??leawomen m a flrtt j rla** More. Refeierac-i , sr?r. i,.- MU.f.clorv. Add re?. H. M. 41-9 Pearl it. JeJli* AHKHPKt'TAHI.K VOl Nl. WOMAN wi.ua iltualen at teanulreM? one who bat learned dreaa tnaklng ; and it a very good plain tewer. Ha* no objection to go In the country. Th?* baH of cuy referen :e given.? Call at 15 Monroe-it. In the r??ar.- ild ilory, from room. It* AI-ADV (IK <;KNTI. K.MAN having furniture thai ihey would like to dispose of In exchange for board, BJiv hear of an opportunity to do so by addressing a sola * imroedtalely to 8. P. Tribune Office. my9 tfn A WIDOW I.ADV w'.ihei to accommodate a gentle? man and wife and a lew ncgle gentlemen wlih boa-d ai .14 i.rand-iL near Bowery. je3 Jt* A KKW (.KNTl.K.MKN cm be acommodated with board and pleasant rooini at II Rutger*-*t corner of Henry ?t. !?Mlw 1>1.KA>?ANT Fl HNI-tHED ROOM!* TO LET, with I reakikii and tea, at7 Pa-k-plaee. myJS lw SETTXITTH WARD HOTEX. 1'HK 81BSCR1BKR ilaieof the Second Ward Hete!.) ha. ta.tm lb?- ttjf**? and commodlou? bou?e 8i C?:h erice-?i. Il ba? been beauutuliy filled up at great expence. The bar-rooui tuppiied wlih the choicest Uqior? and cigar? ; a reading-room distinct, furnished with the latest papers i delightful lodging-rooms. Lunches prepared by the prince or caterers, " Cus," from IBt to J o'clock; and a yard and back building*, airy and aiway* clean, w:.. make lias pleasant a r?*aort a* can be found In the Cl:v ? To make It ?ucb. no pain? and expense will be ?pared ? It will be opened on Monda-'. June 3. when the proprietor will be happy lo ?ee hi* friend? from HAM. till 2 P M. je3 It* _THOMAS BIOU3 r**aT* For other Hoarding Adrertuwwuntt ?a? i'tth Pace. SAILS, AWNINGS. TENTS, ?V.O. CRO?-i?MIAN ?V FARIMK.V'4 CALCINED SO Ll'TIUN, lo preserve all tindt of articles made cf can? vass, cotton or benip dotha, thai are expoaed to the weath? er from mildew or rot, at the ?am* time making them en? tirely water-ptooL Ociodt prepared wtih the Caicined So? lution are not ailered in their appearance and will re?ala their original color as iocg as they iatt, Thsiub*cr:ben have u*ed ihl* ?oluilon for two y-eart on awning, and .alls and have sever found ll to fail m any one In.iance, and cow oSer ll lo the public on the mo.', reasonable leim. Awn tog?, nils, tenis, and all kind, of canvas, troclea, made lo order ai tie aborteet r.ot'.re. PAR18KN it CROSSMAN. cor. Pearl-stand Broadway N B. Old aw-alBgt, if not ?polled, preaarved a? well as if aa~ _?ajUiAt _ TO PRINTERS. NEW-YORI TYPE FOUNDRY, 61 Ana-it, (Bear WlUlarn-st.) THE Sl'BSCRIBERS hsving purchated th* type foan dry of Mr Heorge B Lothian ?*?:..'.'.?bed in H>.*3| ars prspared 10 furnish to printer! and stereotypen ait wan known and ?u pert or Mu?lc tireek Hebrew and other prtnUngType*. Aiao, MeuJ and Wood Type? from a 1 the dtJereat rous driea, and sverv article required ?a a printing ofice, at the lowest pnea* fer ea*a or approvad paper. CORTELYOU k QITTIHG. r CC?RTELYOl.of the late firm Oeo Brace k Co. re ?p*^lful!v solictu th* patronage of his friend? si hit pree ec'eitab'UrimeDi Of Prtoier? of n*w?paper? intending to dsal wlih a?, by pub.uning the above, including thi. nota, three time? be? fore Sept. '.. li**?, and tending a copy to ua, will be paid, when they purchase, ? Urne, the amount of ibalr bill la ar tice, ?eiecled from our ?pecimea of our own man ufac ture. Ne-w-Tork, Jsas 1. ISM._j*S ? Ornes CirizEs.' Pias In?ua*.sca Co ADI VIDKND OP TEN PER CENT, bas bass de? clared this day, payable to the Stockholder, on and af? ter Prlday, ?tii tnat at lbs often, 67 Wall *t :.i!vi J MM.U?K.*>r-*wr DRY GOODS. carpeting: carpettwo: DBUOO'TS AND MATTIN'J AT IsESfl THAN THE ACTUAL COST -We will ?ell the rem?lDder of (ha above named good? at let? than coot. In order to make I room for otlW good?. Pnrrhtsers n?H hiving ?applied ': themtejves. will fini It I > their adva-tlage to call and look throng1 our ?lock before purrbatlng e1?ewh?re. S. k M T. TOWLE. Impone-, and Re'a'Iero, (-"? 1H .SI Grand-it Columbian Hall. ADVERTISEMENT FOR JINK. THE BOWERT SAVINGS STORE, 1? BOWERY. THIS ??ree vali?le??,? and re mi establishment, fir the ?ale of dry- good?, ha? prob?bly distributed taire dry . goodi tbli Spring, ?r.l given grea'er ?a'jifactlon at the ' ?ame i 'c ? -?-a or even aUOaaSrtad Rew.Tert city. PERFECTLY INDEPENDENT In lUtelf, depeidir? on nt-, I ? >n MS**? . r .. .1.? r,,siri?. WOB ?? the ?., rs, und?r ? . It !u ?named tl.?l popularity a'id f? anj aaaar public or priva'.' THE MO=T RABOftABU. GOODI. THE BEST STYLES direct-from tie manu facturer?, IN Tills COUMTBY 4110 IN EUROPE, ??e ala a; i to be pafthoesd at a vr-r imial! alvarr inoaufaritir? rs* price. LISTEN FOR ONE MO.V ar.d you ?k tj. have a-- M ? you M Chambra:.?, y?rd wide, all color?, very fine pood?, rtal French, lundi?1." - M ?treetdres? ???. ?t 1?. per yard, worth more than double. LINEN GINGHAMS AT ONE SHILLING, and the fine kind si IBS. uruaily ?old at it. M ?ad 3?. SILKS. BLACK AND COLORED, cf a make ordered expre??!y for Oil? hou?e, and exceed? ingly luiiroua CLOTHES, CASSIMERES, AND SUMMER WEAR, Kor men and boy?, mottly French, and styles the be?t to wear In the worlfl, at the price of common good?. CRAPE SHAWLS, Still ?old at price? below their value, notwithstanding their ?carclty, and we can do If, bec?u?e our ?toek wu ordered over nine month? ago, and came to u? direct from Canton. We are ?elllrg ?n ?verage of from 2? to 200 per day. CASHMERE SHAWLS. of all the difieren! varietlet, from $1 to Bio. IN DOMESTIC GOODS, THE BOWERY SAVINGS' STORE snows no opposition, ADMITS NO RIVAL, but can, will and does, outsell and undersell any establish? ment, retsil or wholesale, In the United Stales THIS IS STRONG LANOUAGE, but It io a happy fact, that we can support] It with an abundance of proof. ONE WORD MOKE, AND WE'VE DONE. However great the dtitanee you may be from thlo con? cern, 11 will poy you to ride or walk to THE BOWERY SAVINGS' STORE. F. W. (JILLEY, l Proprietor?, W. K OILLEY,} Manager? and lea aiiAMtTh T. McMAHON, ? Director?. OREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES. ^ '.ME IOW LE, Importer? and Retaliara, 231 ~,a(jraU.d-fi. Columbian Hall, will one', tins morning, their whole ?lock, con?1?ting of over ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARB' WORTH OF NEW AND SEASONABLE DRY GOODS' at a great reduction from their former low price? In order to make room for their heavy Fall Importations. Their sa. ???riment con?i?t? of NEW AMD BEAUTIFUL PLAIN AND EMBROIDERED C.tAPE SHAWLS, BROCHE CASHMERE SHAWLS, al all price?, from $. up to $2?. SUMMER SHAWLS, all klada, from 'n up. MANTILLAS, VISITES AND BACKS, In ?11 color?, pattern* and sizee, from $1 up. BLACK AND COLORED SILKS, In all the different colors, wldthi and styles?lie greatest bargain? ever offered In silk good?. GOODS FOR LADIES' DRESSES, of all kind?, too numerou? to enumerate, all reduced lo P CP FAMILY HOUSE KEEPING OOODS, the large?! and cheapen aaeortment to be found In New York. MEN'S AND BOYS' SUMMER WEAR ef all kinds, very cheap. PARASOLS AND PARASOLLETT8, EMBROIDERIES, LACES, CAPES, COLLARS, LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS, SCARFS, CRAVATS, fcc. at half (be umai price? In retail ?torea. t:AtnH-ONE PRICE AND NO DEVIATION. Je3 HA ANOTHER OREAT REDUCTION m the price of Dry Goodi at the popular ttore of HITCHCOCK It LEADBEATER, sarg. Ml BROADWAY, (corner Leonard-iLi New-York, IvWHO HAVE Jui( been purebailng l?A*???lly ?t AUC? TION, and are prepared to ael! cheap all kind? of SILKS, SHAWLS, MANTILLAS, FRENCH MUSLIN8, CALICOES, DE LAINES, and indeed every kind and ?ryle of Dry Good? wora by La? dies, Gentlemen, or Children, or uied In household affairs, and they rei-iecu-ully lollcll the public to CALL AND EXAMINE THEIR STOCK, and judge for themselves whether their goodi are not su? perior In quality and style, and cheaper THAN ANY OTHER ESTABLISHMENT m New-York It Is lmpoaalble lo enumerate all or even a moiety of their great bargains, but would call attention to a few as a sample. RICH FOULARD SILK, 2s 6d a yard. ELEGANT FRENCH LAWNS, 1? a yard. RICH OROANDIE8, l?3dayard FRENCH CALICO, YARD WIDE, Is a yard. And so on through every department of their Immense ea tabltihment, so lhat a lady can buy ber own and family's supply cheaper THAN ANYWHERE ELSE IN NEW-YORK And so extensive aad general is their assortmeot, that every tiling lhat any lady or family can want may be oblaloed tbeie without the fatigue and perplexity of RUNNING ALL OVER TOWN to make up their supply. They would particularly (tall al? teetlon lo their large a??ortment of LACE AND MUSLIN WINDOW DRAPERIES, which embrace? one of the riehen varieties E\ER 8EEN IN THIS CITV, and which they are enabled to tell cheap. Also, lo* MOURNING OooDS JH of every style lo market, a? well as ail kinds of Half-Mourn? ing Goods, carefully ?elected, always on hand fry Remember the name and number : HITCHCOCK It LEADBEATER, JeS 341 Broadway, corner Leonard ?l NEW SPRING AND SUMMER DRY GOODS .-ELL1MJ AT REDI CED PRICES. S. BARKER, M Grand-it. WILL offer ibis week bio an lire Stock of New and RM Spring and Summer Dry Ojorl? at .'"par cent ieee tb?n the um? quail lie? hara been otTerad before tan ?ea?on. Thlo Stock consists of from 50 to 7>,noe dollar? worth of seasonable Good?, a few are bare menOoned. Colored Silk* of everv ?badeand ?vie. Plain Black Bilk? high lutter Black Sailoa and Satin de Chine. Satin Striped and Plaid Silk? WHITE CRAPE SHAWLS. LoBg ard Seriare Broche and Cashmere Shawl?. Thibet Wool, DeLaloe and Barege Sbtwls. Every ?tyle of New I) rea? Good?. American, Scotch aad French De Laine? from 1? up ; Every variety cf Plain aad Primad Bareges aad Tiei ira. Linee Otogbam?, Pialo. Plaid aad Striped. French and Scotch Uli.gbann. Frnii. all kinds, fait color?, from 6d op. Dcmeitic Good? of all kind?. Red, While i ml Yellow Flannel! Llceni of all qualitla? H --?-keeping Article?, Window Drapery, Hosisrj, Gloves, Parasol?, Pttraivoietta, Ac ke. Persont withicg to p?rchate by ibe piece or package will find this a favorable opportunity to make tbetr pur atnsaa Every article trnthfuily r?rea?led Jf3 HA _ S. BARKER, 3^Gms?l-?t_ MANTILLAS MANTILLAS VISITES AND SACKS OF all color?, la ?vary varia?? of pattern aad trioamtog (Lodl?s*, RtssM ?ad Children t ?i/wi ?11 of which w? will oow t?ll at lower prioss iban you coa boy lbs raater. als for making ibem cp. jeSAIR k M E. TOW LE. ai Oracd-sL Comnbtoo HauX SILKS, SHAWLS AND MAHTILXAS. IF yon want to get value for your mooey. to to the (real One Price Eaubllivhmentof Meeoro TOWLK, ?1 Grand, at Coismbton Holl jeSltS IMPORTAI?- TO FAMILIES. _ ri**HE lubacrlber contampiaalog a change la his buslnse? 1 the spprtyechiag Fali. wiii offer hi? ?toek of Dry Ooods 01 co?t lor Ce*? JAMES L PBJPPS, j?3 3ti?* iB nadino m DRY UOOOSFOR SALENT REDUCED EBJCES. -PrlBt?, Mu-din?, Ginghams, Lawn?. Dinpssrt, Tab.? Cloth?, Napkin?, ke Alao. Wet Figured Aipae**, Dam aged Linen?. MaaUaa, Ctothav Si a? ke . . je.vu?' W MATHEWAAWIaVS?nB?n^??. tW rwsmmr Dry OsmtU AM? Uiiwmts set FT? *smt. BOOK TUA DK. WORKS ON PHYSIOLOGY, FOR SALE BV FOWLERS ? WELLS. 131 Nassan-tt Nsw-Tors. Science 0f Human Life, by GraSsst. 2 volt.$3 Beaarnoel*. pbyilology.tiea. Comhtf? Phydology, ?pplle.1 to the lmprcivem-Bt of mea tal acd phy.leal education.*> ?*? Phytrlology of Digas?! jo-CoBtddered with relation to lbs principles of dietetic.. By A. Combe, MD.-^ria. Phyeotofy, Anlm.t and Mental: Applied to the Preaer -ration and restoraUon of Health of Body and Power of Mind."tOrta KamlUar Leaton. on Phyalology. Deitgned for the u*s at a .risa Pood ?rd Diet. conlkining an Acaly?!? of etery kind of Peod and Drink. By I'rof. Pereira.?? * Tbe Parer.u? Ouide for the Tmn.-nl*?: on o? O-t'.r-i ?Un?litle?to Offspring. Mi*em|?y; cr lb? B-lrinj and Nar.lng ' i ? . clodlcg Ernsts Educailoo. Combe or Irf.r.ry; or the Phy.iologicalacd Mora! Man. ????seiit of Children. la*" AH vr.irk?nn Hydropathy may lie obtained of KO'?V. LEUS k WiLL.-.. ir, i'.ci.-..?u 1U11. Hi Nmau-n. glcal ind Witer Cire Jj-arnas. ::. l'un,.?lied Thi. Morning, DUMAS' LATEST AND BEST. THE QUEEN'S NECKLACE, ot tea ?eTCBR nfl-OI V OK THE COURT OF LOUIS *t* I av ALtXARDta m mai, r?u. Vol. II. and Completion. ryuis is the 0OM?CL*JSIOII of ?aw ?f tea ?aaat sere *?"? rcg and ii 'ereiting nov?li ihit has yet b?*e*i written, aa it porlrayi in a graphic and vivid manner the character? of several of the most prorainent persouag?*? la modern French hl?tory. The whole royatery of the robtwry of th's Necklace, aa event which had great Influence In bringing about the Preach Revolution of 17R9,1? cleared up, and lbs character of the nnfortunate Marl? Antoinette 1? relieved from many of the groa? and unfounded charge* invented by her sanguinary enemies. Setting aside it* historical impor? tance. It is one of the most amusing and pleating works produced by the prolific pen of Alexander Duma?. The above 1* publiahed in two handsome volume*, price r/i centi per volume, hy W. P. BUR?ES.*., 22 Ann-?*. For ?ale by all cheap bookseller? In town and country. Jal Sea_ J...I p .?li*h?.l, pra-? Il IS, THE GREAT H AH IYIONIA. BEINO A PHILOSOPHICAL REVEHTfON OP THE NATURAL, SPIRITUAL, AND CELESTIAL UNIVERSE, lu AMU.F.U Jalbmon Davu, the Clairvoyant. Por tale by POWLERS k WELLS, 131 Nu.au it. je3 Ml LAUGH AND GROW FAT! DR VALENTINE'S COMIC LECTURK3 -Pint and Second Serle*?with Comictl Portrait*?the fuunleit and Laughable Book ever pot in print. If you read Hill book, It will make you laugh and you can't help It Tbe ?<.'ir?-?t crab ufa U'iaker t..at ever dressed in drab, could not help ?roiling at the droH and mirth Inspiring ?lorie? of Dr. Valentine The ?rit ?erie. contsln? aome ten or s dozen porn-sit* illustrating the favorite comic character? a**umed In ll by the Doctor in hi* public exhibition?: and whlrh have made him lo celebrated thiougbout the United State?. We have here Dr. Valentine a* Aunty Ptggla?a* Tabllha Tlptongue? ai Joab Squa?b -a* the learned Phre piilogitt? ?aftheblg New.-b.iv ?a. the laughing Pranchman : -a. Daddy Hague?a. the Widow Oabbletongue?a* ihn j Hvpocbondri.c , or the man who Imagined himself a Tee ke'tlie with a broken bottom?a. Plato Pag, i.e. Beeile the varioua lectnie?, the book contain* over Forty of the Doctor'* Droll Storie?, told in the bett style of ?augbter-pro- I vuking eloquence. Amongiheraottfaincu* of ihesetiorie* are?SI Hoielcruce'i Courtship of Debbv lllggtnt?Jak* I n.H.iiitle'i Trip aero?* the Big Pond?Curlou* Antic of Mr. Scruggin'. Old Cow?Jonathan Hatchet and Timothy Greenhorn in New-York?A Bundle of Want*?8am Dole? ful'? ( '????- Tit* Lawyer Outwitted, .?..:. Price V'csiil?. THKBK.i'ti.NDBKRlES JF DR. VALENTINE'S COM- ? IC LECTl RES-Ttt? liltkewi?* a bjok complete by it- ' ?elf. Il contain? a third more droll Corle?, though not quite ' ??>m?ny engraving? ?a thefirit. Those who have got the ' first ?er!?** will be ?ure to buy thi? al*o a? toon aa they r?n .ir.lghten tbelr face? lo a?k for it. Among the teveoty-one l?ngbier-provoklrg?tn?|e? contained m thi? book of drolle- ! rie? we notice?The Yankee who Courted the Fat Utl? Receipt for m?king Mol?***? Cau-ly?Sophy Slow'i Visit to the President?The Wonderful Mare?The Communipaw Examination?Jonathan Screw'? Adventure*?Tbe Court- ' *h:p of Jeru.baSnirzard??The Boy wlih a Short M??nory ?HpeeelaVifL-M lino,title?Abe Kerahaw'a Speech at Wub ingtoo?Tbe Yankee In Court, or the Lawyer puizled. Among the IlluttratloB? are?Dr. Valentine a* Mr. Hon evface?a* Mr. 8ourcn.ui?a* Mike Bone*?aa Betsey B*ee?wax?a? Selh Stoke., lie Be, Altogether tblt lia very inactive book for periom fond of thliklnd of ?tortea. It contain? 2ltip.gr? Price jn cents. Ifyou tiuv both iiook. together, the price Is 75 cent, for the two Published by W. P. BUROES8, 22 Ann-at. And for tale by ail the cheap bookseller. In town and conn. t?._jal? HAWTHORNK'S CKLKBRATED ROMANCE, THE SCARLET LETTER. F'lPTH THOUSAND. I voL I6mo ; 7S cent?. Following Immediately a careful peruial of Tbe Scar? let Letter, w? have no heatiatlon in saying thai in imagina? tion, power, patbo?, beauty, and all the other eaaecital qual? ification? reiiulaile to the conpleiene** of a ir?i-rate ro? mance, Mr. Hawthorne ha* equaled if not lurpaeead any other writer who ha* appeared In our country during the last half rentnrv The ?ubject i? one that needed to be mo?t cirefully handled, and no man but Hawthorne coul.l have traced u so delicately aad with ?o much effect. The Scarlet Letter i? the work of infamy branded on the bosom of one who ha* violated the Seventh Commandment ; and aide by ?Ide with the partner of her guilt, the aad heroine walk. through a life of retribution crowded with Incident, wheh the novelUi ha. depicted with ?o much truth aad vigor that tbe intereai at every o.ge of ht? ?tory grapple, to the reader with a powerful bold upon hi? ?yuipatoy, and be will not lay fown tbe book till he knew? the re?ult at the cluae. A. a great moral leaton, ihn oovel will outweigh in lu influ? ence all tbe MtiniuDi that have ever been preached against the ?In, toe effects of which The Sctrlet Latter It written to exhibit. |Trentcrlpt, In the deep iragr,ly of Heater l'rynne'? experience?, we are borne through the psgea a. by an lrreauitble impulse hardly .lopping to notice the exqul.tte touches which are lo lie found in the mid?t of the mo?t harrowing and di.lri? ?ing ?cene* It I? Indeed a wonderful book, and we ven? ture lo predict that no one will put it down before he reaehe? the I Ml page of it, nnle?? it 1* forcibly taken out ol h.? hand* (Salem Otz?Ua. That II will be extensively read and universally admired we believe : and that U deserve? to be to we are confident. Rareiy baa oar lni?*re?t been ?u absorbed a* In the perusal of this " Scarlet Leiier ; " for rigor and truth it bat teidom been ?urpasaed ; n. r .hould we neglect to add, that rarely ha? ?n ?ulhor trodden ?o bo'dly on the confine? of right and wieg ?tibout miking sny false step. He carries u* through much debatable ground, and viviJiy wanni our I ?\ mpathiei for the evildoer, though nowhere doe. he pal- ' liaie evil-doing. Thii ti no light achievement. [Albion. Th'iogh we cannot do him j'latice, let u? remember the Dame or Nathaniel Hawthorne, deaervtng a name ?econd to none In that band ?if humoriitt whose beautiful depth of I rerliii reentg i. ihe v?-ry poetry of mlrih, In eue, grace, deacate .barpne.? of ?aUre?In a felicity of loueh which often rarpaaae. ibe felicity of Addi.oo? la a (ubllity of in ?lght which often reecnet further than the ?ubultyof Steel* ?.Le humor of llawihorce present* trails to fine at to be almoit too excellent for j'opu'arliy, ai, to everyone who ? ha. ttiempted Ihe-.r criticltm. they are loo retiaed for ilate- , meet The brilliant atom! Oil. hover and glance before oir mind?, but the remote source! of their ethereal light 11a be? yond our ixalyn?? " And no ipaed of oar? avails. To hum upon ibelr ?failing trail?." 1E. P. Whlppls. Thi? i? a work of great power. Indeed, we cannot re aaO in mind any o?iar American novel which exhibit, ?o much ir.ilgfat inlo ihe myaterlout working? of the human heart, or exert? ?o much Influence over the reader*, feeling?. He never, for s ?Ingle moment, loae* hi* Interest ia it ; and ihe ilory 1? macaged with to much amane ?kill, that the in tere.lgrow.aalheBarraiive progresses, and ihe reader m Irrr.ltUbly borne ?long wi h It until he lay? down the book wlih an involuntary exclamaci?n of ad ml rail on at ihe author'. andre comtssnd over hu subject We And ibis artistic ex. ? callss?e eoaally spparen , whether we ..jniider the work si a whole, or carenillv analyze the impression, which its ???parale character? led incident* leere upon ibe mind I? either case we derive an iapreeaioa of power which bo other work of ficUon wi .tien tn ihii country convey, to ut. [Boston Atlt*. The Scarlet Letter, to our opinion, |. the greatest proiuc Uob of the iBthor, beau?f?liy dupiaytng lh?* trait* we have briefly hinted at, and ?uctalned with a more vigorou* reach ' ol imagination, a more ?oble instinct of humanity, and a more ImpfaBng iplendor of portraltu ?a than any orals most I saetsssfnl prevt'tot work. [N-w-Y irkTrluuoa TICKNOR. REED k FIELDS, Bostoa. For sals by all the bookseller*. j-j 2t RELIGIOUS rjrOORFORATTOxf8. JUBT PUBLISWF.D by the an bar niera, a new edbton ot Um Law* of the ?taxe of New-York in rilados to RsB. flou* Incorporaci?n?, wltn all tas amendmeoia Iyp to the pressai Orne, complets In pampa.el form. Price 12? eenta Pubuahed and for ?ala by |tn29ifl BELL ? GOULD CHOLERA. F'ORSALE, AT FRENCH'S BOOE-STORE. HI Nas ?au-at. Dr. Sbenti. ? E*a*y on Cholera, detai.mg a plaa of ireatinent which ha* proved emineotiy ?wcc?Ma?nil *ny??lw O IT OF llrO,UOO MOLD :n lea* t?an *lx monihs, 1 have bo| .?.ad ? ?imple, ??Bg.e, ?o.'.tsry ?hadow of a ruoiplaici It mud! e lomeihing aluveihe average to give each utiversal ?afitfactlofi, and the ?ale on the Increase. 1 ?oien'i.iy assert, that 1 ?old from Wednesday soon lo Friday noon, 1,-172 coplea At this rats 1 aba., easily win mv t2.i?jO wager lo icll Se.or.i copia* la three month?. Tbe patronage I receive dona infinita credit to the dlaeers menl of the American public, aad BJ the fondnea? of Amaricsn husband? for their wives aad for thernseive* ; lor by mv plsn ibe won.ar. n caved all the labor of the washing dsy, and ihe man a., the anooyaaea Rscoliect, clieaper than ? ?p. warrante?! not lo in;are the most dsli cate faarir?do rubbing. Tbe washing which former'y occupied 12 hour, wa? over besfore breaaraat. [Ed of MotiiOT?'Maotms'Loadoa) The prrntt-d traa-.^ioc?. price |1, le b? bad only of H. TVt ELVETREE Roots 25, No v> Nsssan-?t N Y. Seat by maiL If -rsatnrsa. Toar aaoaey reamad tf this Is not true. Cal aa? at* proof, of what I can do, ud mind the ro B*Bd while stones jsB it* TO KII.KOAI? ( O.ni'.tMKa AND CON TRACTORS. 1.-4) mat T Ball, fit to relay from 14 to 50 iba to the yara. ue ?? 2t)xi <e ?? *ectjt*^-h*a*t Crow bara. SB -* Pick Axes IS '? SI?*?lt?>H*araBt?a Ail at tartl aad Aw saht In lot. to ssttiaiBs.by ?*?.** PETTUaiUNltnaVauh-M TO ??TAM) FORSALE. ?A nEi.rr;iiT^i'-i-,'i?>i:stKToi.KT la Brook".n. du ""*"' '< " ?v-rme near leu,, -AOa^SDmr-1-rietrlde '?"om Fulura and S*o'h Ferrie? Btagr? troa? Folleo Ferry e> "7 tve minuta? Tb.? prein. la? ? rom p. lia o toaM ?ad 2i lots of -froaod, wit? a car - -, Ac Ac 3*he gardao orodueeo a grail a ib-io ty and eboiee variety of iplendld rraft ; anil 'he lora loo t? aai .?..-:....?.., ka ,t. ...n-,t?w TarMa ??.am. "Ilge-boute, tro rl na), i a..,. ??? - ?oflhemti?! de'ightfrrf rn tb? eoontry Terra? rea?on ah la lecture o' JOHN A. DA v TON, m Ful?? -rt. Brook ??.? tti\)?.?e Ul jontl A. ??HI iun,tl r il,.?.? an. a..v-,.a !jn or W. II. ST.VltR, 6. Beekiii?n-?i. New-Vork Tie boote will be let with ? part of the groan Is ? JeS lw? ? M A I IK IMWKU. LOT.? AN? Bill.?? INOS s.iR',-1 s F? ? ll?r? tn?r go. N V . directly upon the Cfl oughflir? loni '>?* Ettter.i ro?-? thn-it;?) ihe M?Jhl?k vt.iey to tl-e ?-r.-at Waal. E Iglb e ?Ituatl.ioo for lb? ere? tic?) of marnrtetjring e?tai, Ishmrnt. with aixr?> w?t??* fiwer Also sever?! lot? with building? airealy erect^f ood good w?i?r wh*-" ? crrlv? irvYi ? whole will be so d trgether or In paicH? or leae-aifyr aro on At A LOO M15. RocfcMBL Ml I * je! i ?OI4.V* ni.Nf.AI. tll.l.A AT CUrl >fl LET Si : \ L ibilt'a Lanu - ...,fv a- 1 eel ?r ; hrst don?, p... srroad ai.ry, four rootsit ?'?1 Sitte. tw.. ard r : er'i . rianrr, from which the "-u r.? <? ?nvryed la pipe? to the k.-cl.er., elegant inarble manteli, tndtDealing rocse. The :n incdern ityle an! h?s a C"rn?ii':edi*)tr ?ofuf Its bay. Aprlv to fj II RIP ? ? -?' SBAIMKTIIKA KM!-. I'll??? HOI'*?!., m fa the pleeiMlei! part of Sooth Hr "ilvn to i?n( to a ?^ona.I.ll 1 lyn r"?: 1 *V'l* &l ( I. N?J : ? \l. u i .) a t'A -il EifbtlolS IheElrl.th a. At; '? ' J J A h Bi Je8 It* ltWaiat. tdnturyfront THt FREE HOMESTEAD FOR 000 OR $ 100. i Ml EDITOR. The great privilege of a free h iitif kins' SI ?lead ;s now the legarrlght of e?ry cllti*"i of lilt? Stale To enter into the enjoyment of lb:? privilege 1? very deitrablt? for public good a? well a? individual weal, and every good aid fur it* attain meat by all ?hould be given, a? murh a? poMible by ihoee who cao promote It Il waeettimaied by one of the ?Hy officer? that (he new ExempUon i?w, which a few year? dnce added omyllio t o the little before free from the clulcbe? of the law, saved, the first year of It? existence, |,i?io f?-Dille, from being broken up, in this city ?lone, and thu? kept them from the high road to degrading pauperism. What an Immens 'y of Sued ha? that act done for thl? Slate I Bat this new act of le Free Homestead 1? the erowo m iliat. May every voter ?ot>n wear It?every family po??eea it. Todo B Mule, rr?niotlveof this good e?tate, this office withe? to mike ail know oo what easy term? and low price a ten-acre or five-acre hornet te? 1 ran be had, In a fine 1? callty, of moot delightful climate, heot of water, and many fireatidvantagn? which moke It ourposo almost any other n the land On Long Island, near Lake Road, by Railroad lee? than id ?Uta Irom New-York, a lot ?4 rod? by 64, avIllBOe lot, making ten arrea B?mo?.', ti now offered for |JOO?02>c?th, and balance on eaay terms, to ?ult. Half or quarter lots ?I same rate on lhe?e favorable term? l ' " ci h ten-acre lot? ran be had, and larger tract? If desired. The laud, title, water, everything li good. To give a chance m any who may with to buy or ?en the ?and, and have a mod delightful excursion in thl? beautiful ?eaioo, an extra train wi 1 leave Brooklyn at t o'clock next \v ednecday morning, ai.ow fire hour? to view lb? land and like, and return ibe ?ame day ; far? 50 cant? each way. Y oo cross a real prairie, the on i ? one this olde toe Ohio, can vloft one or the most beauUful ?heat? of water, i R'm kor.koma Lake,) sod oee much of the rich oeenery of this remarkable lolond. For partlculari aa to land, fce. apply at >'.' Nassau at up tul?, Long Island Land Offici. }?k,12tl?? L D DEWEY. ffO** h T other Real Kttate Adttrtuementt, m? Seventh Pact. SCHOOLS. PROFESSOR VON HEERINGEN'S MUSICAL, OONSERVATORT, 2f?7Broadw?y, oppoaltaCKy Hall?room? 11 and 12,3d floor. A FREE SCHOOL for loBtractioo In Piano, Guitar, Harp. Violin and Vocal Mu*tc Inttructlon glveo in the old or new ?ydem of notation, or both, at the p??atura ofthe pupil. Term?: In cissies, f 1 per month only, for uta of laatrument?. pr?vale leMons, $i'> por quarter of 24 lea ?on? at Ilia Cooaervalory ; do. do. 8 "" pur quarter ?t reet? deocee. my! ( tetf TO I'KOI'KIKTOKN ()F-BOARD??G_8CHO()L8 OUT OF THE CITY-The advert??? wUhes to ?end one or two boy?, and pay for (he tuition and board lo a Pi? ano-Forte. AddreaaR.OTrlbune-Off.ce. je3 lwc* tW fur niAaT .S't-Aoof .Idevrfiirairafi ?#? 1 Ilk Pace. REMOVALS. REMOVAL. JANES, BEEBE A OO. HAVE REMOVED to 314 Broadwav and corner of Reade and Cooler it? where con be found all klndi of warm-water and warm-air healing and ventilating appara? tus for private dwelling?, cburrhet, ?eimnar.e?, huepiialo, ball?, prie.Ti?, horticultural bulldtaga, Ac. lie. Also, HEBEE'S celebrated cooling rangea, eoollng Btendlt. ?ppanned brasa and ?liver-plate?! reglitar??a Dew article, su parlor to any thing of the alad lo loe manee my? 3ml? OHUKOF TI1K Ol APURAUJl PIL.TKR lemoved to 267 Broadway. mySlS? WALTER M GIBSON. ? AMERICAN TIMBER PRESERVING COMPANV. j Office, 54 Wali-at INCORPORATED MARCH 14, 1860. CAPITAL #2??i.i.?-?i, IN SHARES OF O**' EACH ri'HE TRUSTEES of the AMERICAN TIMBER PRE 1 SERVING COMPANY, having purchased or lb? as? signee? of Chabi.es PAVNF.of London, their Patbnts, , for the United State? of America, and having paid lor the ?ame In nah, tnd In ?hares of thacepltai stock of this Com? pany, GIVE NOTICE, thai (hey ara preparad to receive subscription! for one thousand snares of the capital atock of laid Company, (four thousand snares having been al ready taken,) and" that Books of Subscription wlllb? open? ed on Wedneaday, tha .5th day of June, at their office, and continue open daily (Sundayi exceptad) uoni the I ith day of Jane mitant, on which day they will finally cioie. ar.d an allotment take place, when, ?hould the number of ?hire? applied for exceed lha Dumber to be tttued, ? dlvfoloo will be ii ade pro rala to each and every applicant All application? mu?t be ?dd retted lo ilia Secretary, ac? companied by an lncioaure of one dollar for each and every ?hare applied for. Upon ?llotmeoL subscriber? will be required to piy la five dollar?, a? a firat call, oo each and every ?liare allotted to them, when ?crip certificate? will be Itaued, dgned by the Presldrnt and Secretary. The residue will be ?abject lo the rail ofthe Board uf Truatee? a? it may be required In the erection of their extensive work?, Itc now under contract, tnd npldly progreiatng to completion. The depoilt accompanying all ?ppl.cation? for ihares, lo excei? of allotment, will be returned ?in demand. By or? der. RALPH 11 ISH AM, 1'realdaaL GEORGE W. PINE, SecretAVry. Proipectutei may i.e bad at the office of the Company, ?4 Wall si. where specimens of the prepared timner may ei.o be rreen Jed 3tts* TO~RAl'? AND PLANK ROAD (i'MPAN?ES, Dock Companlea, Pier Owner*. Ship Builder? Car pe?. 1er? acd II ,use Baildert, fa.iern Matera Cabi? net Maker?, and every other Branch of Manufa'tire wherein Timber It the material AMERICAN TIMBER-PRESERVING COMPANY, INCORPORATED MARCH it, I?",.,!) The Trustees ofthe Company GIVE NOTICE that they are ready to receive proposait for ibe purchase of State Riglit?, ?nd alao for Coutviies ard for Ltreaae? for Publie Work?, under the Paleni? of Cbarieo Poyoe. for lb? Prat? ervkllnn of Timber, and are alto prepared, to ealer Into Conlracu 'or the lupply of Payanued Timber, for Plank Roada or Steepen for Railroad?, Pllee for Doeko, Whtrvet, Pl?rt, Bulk-beadl, ke., Ship Turnier?, Houie Bulldert into, purpoaely prepared, UN? INFLAMMABLE: Timber for B.ock-inaieri, Patlero rr.iker?. Cabinet Makers, Itc ke 1(1? the paeulUr property of timber prepared under the PaUnt Proctss rf Payo* that It 1? Asts-Ory Hot, indaatrilrta bie by datrrlt, tecured as agalnot decay proceeding from ony route whatever, and cannot lie ?fleeted either by -aolt turevr heat, ?o as to expand or dtmtnith under their sru.-e lriueoce hur evidence? of tb??e fact?, reference? 1? made to the Proipet-foa, containing camerou? certificate? of the most eolceni European Eogineer?. kc h* ?nd the extentive litt of greaii'uMw It tyrkila which kbe >',syantx*d Timber it employed: The Oovernmeot of Great Britain having luhieetad this process lo the ?overeat ted?, h?v? adopted It In their natal arsenals and other public works. France has followed toe ex ample of Great Britain?Rosa!? tlkewlae ln r?ct, Payne11 Process I? rapidly extending Itself through lui Europe. OrrcK 54 Wai t-it. By order, RALPH H ISM AM. PrealdeoL GEORGE W. PINE, t^wtary far- For RAILROADS tJumteitet, made ENTlBBLr of ur.-d. without as y iron, the Psyantsed Tomber is no w uaad in El? and, acd (he Company have at their office a piece of a to? titm rail, prepared ander Payne's Proems, upon which tte ?its have pasted ovar itontty^etght thouiand time; without producing the least abraaloo. jail 3.1?" _______ .At-??Pl.KNOrO SEVEN OCTAVE ?ROSEwo? iD PIANO, with aietaiilc frame B-^^^~BjrWand ail Die latett Improvevenient?, and of |f I ? I II very ?user.or too??bat been In oae oniy three mooih?, n in perfect order, acd baa tha tr?n?ferr??i wtrrir'eeof lb? manufacturer for ilia bTSMBSB of the year. Cod |15c, aod will be ?old very low. J P. JONES, X Arm ?l aecood door. Caafa advances on merchandise and peiaooal property of a., ?led?._j* POK I.I VP.RPOOI..- United ?tate. Mail Sieamthlp ATLANTIC, CapL Jaroe? Weit 'Thl? ?teamihtp will depart with tha mal It for Europe, positively, on Saturday Jana 14, at U o'clock M. from her Mrtt^at the foot of Canal at. No berth eerured nsBaiaw tSJ paid for. For freight or passage, ha ?nog uaeqiiaUac co?modatlocj for ele?ince or comfort, ?ppit to 1?3 EDWD. R. COLLINS. 71 S.?tr.rM NE W.YORK ANO liKEKN WOOD LINE OF STAGES -Per*?? -wlahing to vi?:i Greeowotyd Ceratietery. By taking any of tteriotiih Ferrv Stages m New-York, acd eroaatag the Haimiioo-avenuistFerry, foot of WUtehall-ac will find Stagea always ready to convey tbea lo Oreeeo. wood by ihe tboneel and nooat plaaoaot roata. Fare only ?eta. |my 17 irai?- ] CARLOS CAi.NE Ax CO. ?^l PH.r.nS COURT-M?-?*?K,ii4>y-J!.n?i?Lr.-???ia??WJtamn. r9 Waru taw Cadkatia. B. be ?*, TraiKT. M. AS owlftul. Sy "?aa.. W^tt?le. M?0 WilB?? ?. Bay?, PaltWa-A?. Somm?t? T. WIL? LIAM H. WHITB aa? CATHEaiBB K. ka. ????: To? ??-.?*? bi wiinsl -* ? qs i I in f i ii iti rallar?"? ?? ?a?? ucoem, ?aatkwa? Slttl ia tiv. m%tn M Uva CkttA et ta. arar Ut.Ommm remo m ?tai?? ,. ,my * i r K. ?I l?l n Jr ^^^ n-?i-r. l'iete Hesteaa Itaata. by a ?laad c/ hi-h-ey-et,, ,,, ploW-ed ?JT?!? Beugers of all their property. Tbe latuTV maiueated. and one wtkttt w,-anded in the aboa7 der by a piitel th? t The mail lias, were carril off ly the audarwui villam,. A I? dar^ftT ward an orrim?, cvrndnctin? its caiei of ma < handiae, wi. robbsd near Orizaba, by two h Jh Jg?"* who w?~*d in ?9?tpkig witb their The nutges of the Indians in tbe f-.taef Ck. huahua are istd to be trtjfy depawaHe. The L?"a laturr, in view of the alar-im?* ?tite ol affair? eae inveited the Governor with f0 pow.-ra to put s ?top to th? war in the me?: ?peed?- u.iMier. if be can They ask the General (ioverasneot to aatboriie tlie Stale tonet-otnte a loan ol B.iO.ooo, aad the* alto rrcjuoat that rat Dr*? uf the American indem nity be given to them to be repaid in installment! of (40,(W0, alter tbe <-.-station of the war. The J.fk'isaUrc o.' tic ?tat? i.tu conceded u, at Bieas lvtt* PaaeaJeTi ? I n sah ueuuvuian, ail the lind? - hol latitud'- may he neceaaary for the eatab! ?hniciitof a tm.iuiy colony, and the con ttructioii of a railway n -ceaaary to the ?-.l.aiy The decree concede! all the lauds uex-tiary t> Ibe railway, whetl or en-, > be public or private. Loss ?*?r an Ant-Hi? an VrssrL us thi Coast or Alltlc *.?L-KATII A*. III?. I OF THI Bkamin ? Capt. Yarritititon, ol the brig Angola, which arrie ed at l?aton on Friday, from the Weit slot Africa, has communicated to th.? S'ilem - M important miorinati >ii respecting the. wrecking ol su American vc**iei and the loi* ?re ?. I. r aaetl by the tava^es A ibior, who had a portion of the crew in hii keepinp bought from the savages, orfered to surrender them to Csptsin Varrington il he would compensate him lor his trouble, i'apt. Varrington wrote to the seamen. and aim carried the following letter from Lloyd s agent, to Com. Gregory, tbe commander of the 178. aquadron on the \N est Coast of Africa T? Com. Oegory. ? S. Sjwidnnt, rT. C. A. SlB; A .Moor from Potieadeck, bearer of * letter f. o*a th* King cf lbs Trtgau* lo hit Y.t -ellency the Oo-esraor, informed me that there are three American luhjects, s eap lain, male, and aaeond mate, ua.ler hi* care anil piatecliiia at P?3ti*?deca. Ilappsar* from hi* secouai, tiiat a ?rea* ?I got on ?bore at Arguln, and another veaeoi paaaisg to ?h away come i?f the crew and cargo, ihea burnt iha vassst, but ?la men who landed were lakea pri.oner? by the **v Bge*, three of them died, and three were ?urvlvlof aad i ?i.??'teed by him, and brought to l'orteodeck The Moor claim, a sum of )l,ono a* a return lor Iks raa ?om he paid the Argtiin people, f jr their f?Md, tad a r?ese neraOon for trouble Be had In the matter; he he. left a pa per wlih tue. on proiucuon of ?which be will deliver ihe*. up. I h.ve thought It an act of humanity, a? well a* duty lo rotnmualeate the*? facts to yoa. 1 have the honor at ba vmir very obedient and hum.,I? servant, RICH Alt I) LLOV ?, Agent for Lloyd**, Loadas. ?a? Nashmli.k ?Convention?This much talked of d?monstration meets to day at the capital of Tee nessee. -a? FROM WASHINGTON. L'lmore'? Kunernl - Pro? pec t* ef Iha t'essprs ?alee?IMealcsn Houndury Cemintsaletwr, dVr. Correspondence ot The Trtbuaa WatiiiMcToi?, Friday, May 31. The mortal remains of Mr Elmorb, the Senator from 8outo Carolina, were oonveyed to the tomb this morning, with every mark of respect that his unblemished life and useful public oareer entitled them to. The c?r?monie? at the Senate Chamber were highly impreeiive and solemn, remiared mare so from the fact that many had tctn-ely missed him from hia ?eat before they heard of his death.? I regret to learn that Mr. Cooibr of itniiBylvaiua it very unwell, and that bis health* generally is feeble and precarious. The coming week in the Senate will be one of deep interest to tbe country. Several teat rotee will be taken, which will furniah clearer indications of the probability of a settlement of the Slavery issue during this session, than anything that baa ?reviously occurred. The lint vote will be apon Ir. Chase's ?rnendment to the one offered by Da? vis of Misiissippi and modified by Mr. Pratt of Maryland. Tins will teat the Wilmot Proviso strength in that body. It will be defeated by a?r? erai majority. A proposition will next be made to strike out, of what is called the Omnibus bill, aa much thereof a? relate? to defining the boun? dary between Texas and New Mexico, aad the payment to the former of a given sum for the sur render of such imaginary rights as she claim* to ponen overtbat portion of the Terri tory of New-Mex? ico, excluded from her limits by the proposed line. Tbe fate of this proposition it involved in more un certainty, and create? a good deal of naeaaiaeas in the mindsjof the friend? of the Compromise measure This proposition will combine the votes of three different classes in the Senate in its favor. First, ?11 the Free Soil, ?econd, ?everal of thoae who are for a compromise, but who, believing that Taxa? ha? no earthly claim to the territory u dispute, are opposed to paying that 8 t?te any sum of money for which no consideration is received, and -will vote in favor of it on that account alone ; and thirdly, all the ultra Southern or Calhonn men, who are oppoied to defining the weitern boundary of Texas, bet-aoae if left in ?tat? ano they are aaiured the juriediotion of Texas will he enforced over the large portion of New-Mexico, including Santa Ke, thus planting Slavery over juit so much territory that it now freo from the existence of that institution amone; its in? habitants. These three clssses, if they unite, will csrry this proportion, snil thus defeat everything like Territorial Government far ?New Mexico at ?? event?. Tbe Setiatori from Texas are bitterly opposed to tliia proposition, and in favor of the Compromise Hist will settle the question of boundary between th. ir State and New-Mexico, andiene put an end to the difficulty that his already sprung up there between the civil authorities of the one and the mili tary Government of the other. One of thoie Sena? te?*, I learn, has expressed the greatest apprehen tion It to results, if the boundary proposition is left open, as tbe people of Texas are determined to take I'?? mession of the country ai far up a? Santa P?, and includinir that place, even though it can be accom p?ihed in no other way than by force ot arm?. In this sspect of the caae, you can readily perceive where the doctrine of masterly inactivity, or " non action,'' will lead ui, and how much those who aro opposed to the extension of Stave Territory are to i-'Biu under its operation. Ai yoa clearly demon strated in one ?if year late Editorials, unless there is prompt interferente by Congress in defining and settling the boundary between Texas and New Mexico, the latter will speedily be swallowed up by the prnpitrandists. '11?'???? favoring the adraisiion of California, and the " nan action policy ss to the Temtories, have alto a proposition that they design pressing at an early day Jt is this : To amend the Omnibaa bill, by striking out all that is therein contained, ex? cept the first few sections that provide for the al mission of California Thia will be lost by a de? cided vote, if taken at any time previous to a final disposition first being made of the Compromiie.? Should it however be deferred, until aQ hopee for the Compromise is gone, then I should not be sur? prised, if such a oroposition ahould carry. Mr. Burke of the Union took bis leave of the public in a neat valedictory thia morning. It sur Srised no well intormed person, although Mr. Iitchii, but a few days lince, denied through hie r-olumm that any inch change was contemplated. The preient eonJuctori of that print will endeavor to make it Southern enough in it? view? to soper aede the neceaaity of tbe appearance of the new sectionsl organ, which bas been gotten op by a portion of the Southern Momeen of Congress. A renewed attempt ha? been made to defeat Mr. Bartlctt u Commiaaioner to ?cttfe the Mexican boundary, by chargina* that he had already ?"sade most of hi? telectioni for subordinate place? uadar him from ?mong his peieoiial friends, without re gird to their qualifications. It is nothing inora nor less th?n ? contemptible ele*-ik?eering **"**>/+ eoited to by detxaum men, in -^ ??P? ? mumtr in?; bis conBrmatwn. Most of the Setiat-e eader BttsBJ it, sH the reeult will be that Mr. Babtuitt will get s ?rfromrer vote Xhtnbt mould BBJB% ?B> ceived had no? tl? ?art ?dtauuuMt mseaa tassa reeorted to by hi? ?wanee in the hcee uf ?WeaUng We shall have a warm elation here on Wod nesdsy nest for Municipal orneara, '.'nfortunately there ?*? ?***"? whie* trandidatt?-Major WneuT MAN and W'Ai.TiKLfNot, Isq. M ?ay are trying to mix up the Slavery oootroveray with it, aad are cnarging that Mr. Lbbox u the ?nti f neeptieab? . andidate I regard this aa injustice to this gentle man, for the City of W ashington ia otwuialy mor? immediately interested in having this Union pre terrea, tad the Slavery difficulty a?djnststj. teen any other portion of -the United State?, in p-ropo? tkm to the interests aba hse at stake It ia as bo re?rrett.-d, under the cirouna*ta?-?oea, that Ms-o? B> ?TO? did not coosetrt to starve et l?aet km on* term mi**. Y?3era, Cu->