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Mart 0 Pirt.TrnfrVawYork The Kcport of the Committee on Mathr-matict Wta read bv Prof I>?hi:rtt It pres?me.I a very flau? ring account of the proficiency of the pupili in ?>?. difficult studiesof Algebra, Oeometry, Trigo? nometry, Ac. The medal in this department arhirh is the Ineheit honor of the Institute, wa? awarded to alus Hart Ahiukson- ol New-York. Great patea wat awarded to l?verai other s' Ib this class. The next report was that ?>r the Committee "on tbe French Department, read by JOBBF*? HoZtB, K*u one ot the Trustees, in such a manner as to gold medal was awarded to all's ?UBA N W -"??>. of the first claaa. Th?- tt'i'iy of French is in a flonrishinir condition. Mr. Hoxit alio read the report of the Committee nsaashiT?.fmrn altaea wo learn that'. compliihmcnt is successfully cultivated. Tho gohl medal wti ?wird? d to Ilia? Hannah L C New York. Tbe next report v* aa iai ?I the Committee on lluiic. read by J. J. Owen. In this branch of edu? cation, the report statea that there is yery extra ordinsry proficiency. The report paid a high com? pliment to Mr. Root, the music teacher of the in? stitute. Th? pupils then sang in line style tlie following MONO. ?or?, fry n rurti- Mutu by O. F. Root, Esq. Tbe li Itbtonie summer day? are come, V- ?th beauty. ?oDg and ?lee. And uladaouie muitr sllr* our loals Wilb looting* l? he free. Tbe ?pirita of the dewy ?lade, ?re wbitperiL't? 10 ibe floweri . And ha-pv r>ree/e* aport and dan-e ?re wbitperiL'a 10 ibe Bower* , ,ed ha-pv riree/e* ?port and da Through tbady, nenl bowert. Old pat/iarchi of the forett'tpread Tbetr leafy arm* all day, And yrnll-,- ? avtnt to sad fro, Tuey lieckoo U? aw?y Tben up away, lit? gromt wood seek, Filrig ta.k. ant tare??aide, An? reel where nodoln* ffrs?* Invlie* IW purlin?; waicr? pllde. Mr. W?f, the principal, then read the Report of the Committee on Drawing and Painting. Tbe Medal was awarded to Mils AjlBA A. 8TOUT of jVew-York for the belt painting in oil. There were also seversl minor prizes declared for draw? ing?, water color sketches, Ac. Now came the mo?t interetting portion of the ceremony?the Diitribution of Honors. Rev. Dr. Ft Kins performed this most agreeable task Tak? ing a station in front of the pulpit, he began the roll at the jourgest class?the wee things of the 8ov ?nth Department, whoso heads could tctrc?iy be teen above the pews. As their names were called they ranted themselves ?Jong the upper end of the middle aiale, in front of the venerable President, and received etch a tine hook, tutted to their years and taitei. Each Department was gone through with ia like manner, the presenu increasing in worth as the students increased in age and ac quiremeuts. A great number of certificates or di? plomat, work-boxes and fancy articles were dis? tributed ia the courte of the progress through the seven Departments. The interest was at its hight when tbe Rev. Dr. arrived at the (?old Medals. Of these, seven are awarded every year. On thit oc? casion they fell a? follow?: For bell Ctnipi t,lion, Viral Department, Ann? H.JJr.wsTT, Brooklyn. For Itjsi Composition Second Department, Eli7. * N.Wool? lav, Mew-York. Foi ?"-ei Compuililon Third Department, HtavC. 8r.Ei.vr., Mew-Vork. For fir*i Prof.c'.ency in Frercb Language, the Croaby Medal, F.i.i/a N Wooi.ikv, New-York. For l?e*i Per.inanihip, the Ferrl* Medal, Ha ?nah L. Cbaht. New York For he? Original Painting in Oil, Auna A. Stout, New York. T*<e Naibenitilcul ltedtl, hiebest honor, M.*?v And-.rs.on, New-York. Etch of these successful pupils was hailed with applsuse as tbe l>r. placed the glittering reward of merit and diligence in her care. When Miss Wool toy came ap for a second medal, there was a great demonitratlon of lurprite and delight. A? Dr. Ferris passed the ribbon of the Mathematical Medal over the bead of Miss Anderson, ho remarked that the girl to whom he was giving the highest honor had tint learned to read in the Institute, and for eleven years liadnever had an imperfect week? report. Dr. Ferris tben called up the Grtdaating Ciatsof twenty one pupils, aa follows : Rebfcra O Alknitn, Miry Anderson, New-York ; Em? ma J. Barasdall,Brooklyn, ElizabethBevler,Marbletown. F.ilzat'i'ih A. Chetler, Fartnervi?e ; Mary L. Clancy.Chailea loa; F.trab L Crane, Barah J Derry, Maria K fc; arts, New-York; Sarah Hsrris, Brooklyn; Ano E Ulli, New York; Sutaii 0. ilotllDgiworlh, libaca; Lucy W. llubbell, New-York; Arna H.Jowett, Brooklyn; Mary A Morri? son, New-York; MaryE. Powell, Ml Palatin??, Illinois; Elt/.aheth A. Brnlth, E Durham; Emms S. Thorp, Han sah M Tlehoul, New-York; (le -rgiana E. WaUon, Sine Bias; Maria H. While, New-York. Dr. F. made a brief arid affectionate addreaa to them, pointing out some of the principles which Should guide then?in their new relationi with the world, and titini; the last words of General Taylor as a coble example, ami aa? wotthy of emulation? to say " I have endeavored to do my duty," in auch an hour would be a consolation worth a life of ef? fort. Dr. F. bade the claaa farewell, and commend? ed them to th? care ano protection o? (iod, re? marking that wherever they ?alaa? <o tho prayers of their old teachers and mental ?.'uardians would always be arovnd them, livery member of tho claas seemed deeply ?fleeted by thii kind and fa? therly address. The Graduatirur Class then joined in siniiin? a parting song. Dr. Ferris then diimutcd the Atseinbly, with a benediction. An animated scene of congratulation, greeting and parting followed. It was nearly half an hour before the fair pupils had all shook hands and said good by to the Doctor, to Prof. West, tbetr Princi. pal, and others of the Faculty. Their leave-takings of each ether, being more ardently aealed than by a shake of the hand, made a new sort of Church music not by any meana disagreeable to hear or participate in. . FROM WASHINGTON. The tu blue i itant Is to be - Webet, r, Butler Kin?. iVc.-The Omnlbo?. Corr*?po*id?ure of The Tribune. \Vtiiuri6Ton, Friday, July 12. There ia no reliance whatever to be placed m the thoutand rumort set afloat in this City, as to who are to oompoie the Cabinet of Mr. Fh.i.mokk. 1 state to you on the B?*ealaa*?*fa??JtaBas1 ?t ' that up to tbit writing no fined coneluionhat boon arrived at by the l'ri'iident at to a solitary new member cf his Cabinet. Mr. Fii.i.mokb is con. suiting aril known and acknoirledcid Whigs, and aotwith any TooMiis and Sikphe.ns faction who contributed more to the unpopularity of lieu. Tat. LoR s Administration than all the Loco Focoa in tbe country. The President will draw around him sound, undeviatiug conservative Whigs; gentle? men who have national reputa!?oui and views, and Who eichew ullraism at foreign to every principle oontained in the Whig creed. Such men arc easily attainable, and tlie country may rest assured Mr. Fillmore will invite none others to his ouncils. If Georgia, alter the conduct of her representa? tives, it to have a Cabinet appointment, public opinion, the almost united voice of the Whig party, aad common justice points to T. Buti.?k Kim. a* the man. Tbe country was disappointed before tint he was not called to the Navy Department, for which he is so preeminently qualilicd, instead of taking Mr. Crawford, who, as Secretary of War, ha? inflicted so irreparable a wrong upon the Whig cause by bis participation in tho Ualphin outrage. Twelve of the leading Whig papera in Georgia locked to Mr. Kiso, and no other citizen in that State, if a Cabinet appointment was conferred upon that State by the late lamented President. But the evil counsels of men who have done nothing but strike death-blows at the Administration during this whole session of Congress, prevailed, and the people of Georgia ai.d the Union were dis?ppointed by the selection of Mr. Crawford over so faithful, competent and weil-triod a Whig a? T. Bitljcr Kino. And a? Mr. Ki?o was made the victim of a conspiracy, and tbe Whig party were before s >re '.y disappointed, it it no more than juittce to him and tbe Whig cause that he should be aelocted, if Georgia is again to be honored with a Cabinet office. It is asserted with aome degree of confidence by those who have aerar? te meaoiof knowing, that Danui. Wrc-itK ?Jecau.es golojiate the Sute D?,Jtr'inei.tu.' yrenxt, ibould bebe invited to to do And 10 I intimated ycsterdsy; it would bt doubt acceptsblo to the great body of the Whi? pr?tent able Secretary of Slate retan No man could bave coucni led iur Forewn \ I with nmre ability; and, as a VS'hi?. I am aoxi to see Mr. Fillmokk persa? a I g ie cearee, aot oaij oabiaown . f.-r the iske i ! the I WVhtvr n.iii It 'o ri.ru ?''?to ?: ' a the improvjder.t conclut : of th j " m ? I ers i ' the old Cabinet has plunsred b >th the .V party ar.d tho country in. and all eyes are ti 8ar*a?? upon Mr. Fili-Muhc as the only hope "f SSfety Moit unwearied exertions are being made t? tain Mr. Me?edith, which all arm R w.ll not lucceed. lie would be a millitone arot the neck of tlie moit popular Administration la hi? future conduct of the affairs of his oil were to be a? the pait. He is far better fitted the profeuion of t'-ie law than a statesman, i Pennsylvania should have a man in the Cabi, who ctn command the confidence and respect the Whigs of that State, as well ss of the Uni She ha? them in abundance, and Mr. Meredi Bbould see that his remsiaing, if he could, wot embarrass instead of benefit the Administr?t! of Mr. Fii.i.?o?tE. The tr-.-U. is, there ?s a crisis the affairs of this country that demands the on talent and roost experienced statesmen that t President can induce to take seats in his Cabim And the se'ertionof such a Cabinet would give degree of conlitlence throughout the land th treafeJ g" far towards settling the versv in which we are involved as sections. N individual opinion I have already expresied, th the retention of Mes?r?. Bwma and CoLLaJII would be both beneficial and judicious. Tht have conducted their respective department? wi ability, aro ai untlinchirii* Whigs as ever live and although, in the estimation of those compl?' lnp, they may have committed errors in the rH tribution of patronage, after all, they have b?i errori of judgment and i.nt of ?1? sign. I take tl view of the matter, wholly disconnected from ? personal considerations whatever-, for bj have been visited with injustice, which I trae not commit toward any Betaaa who was as a deviating a Whip as mynlf. Bat my obj -ct is ste the gre?t Whig party once mere gathere ! in oae fold, with ? common object in view, and tii war of fsctions which ha? BaMacarried oa bet wer our own friend?, silenced BOW aad forever. lb lieve itcan be done, and Mr. WtttMOtM, more tht any other man in the country, can do it. The opinion gathers strength every hour tin Messrs. Hlllitt A Saroe.nt will return at a early day to take charge of The Republic. It i the only thing that will lave that paper from n toti wreck. The " Omnibus" in the 8enate is rapidly fillip up. Tho Preiident hat taken a prominent teat i it, followed by a number of Representative! fron the old States, which show? how rapidly it it growing in favor. Even Col. Bkston has takei bis stand on the hind step of the Republican vehi cle, and it looking if room cannot be made for him onthe iniide. But at there are at many through paiici.gers as the " Umnibus" will hold, there is nc disposition on the part of those occupying it to dis? commode themselvct for the accommodation of the great " Solitary and alone." A New-Yorker. m from I iiriliiigei.il. Advice? fror*. Carthagena to the Md of June have been received by the bark Bogota, Capt. Th.mias. which reached this port to day. The principal newt it the lute expultion of tue Jeiuitt, by the pr?tent Adminiitration, in oppoti. tion to tho wiih of tho people in general. This, according to the opinions of men of judgment throughout the country, it ill timed and injudicious, and together with many ?udden change? now being made by the Rosas party, (now in power) will lead eventually to another of thoie revolutions, for which this unfortunate Republic is so fatally noted. A paper war is already carried on with the great? est animosity, between the two parties, called Con tcrvadorct and Rosas, and it is thought that at no distant day an appeal to physical force will be ma?le. The Jesuits were to have left Santa Martha? where they had arrived after a journey of great privation and miieiy, in the sehr. Arista, for Ja n.fuc., ai.d from thence it wat thought they would si] to the Fnited States. It may also In- observed, from tlie tone of all the article? fdlowirg the expulsion of theie peiple, that both parties arc eager to test their principle? by fercc. Several duela ?riling from polit'cal difference? have been fought in Bogota. In Carthagena three chtllcngci were publicly given by frantic politicians. Tl.i Colt? U-r of the Cuitom? at tho above pjrt ? i ro.ei.eed a Yentv.iielian gentleman named Gar? cia , they Went out, but tlie difference was araic?. bly adjuited. At the lame time a growing feeling of jcaiouiy il perceptible relative to the American occupation of the lithtnut, and the most extravagant stories of the brutality and lawlessness manifested by ail Americans at that point, are freely circulated and credulously swallowed by the people. They seem to look upon the American population there as a band of pirates and murderers whose only object is plunder, rspine and spoliation- Indeed, there are many threats and menaces of driving tkem off with their Army and Patriotic Volunteer?, but from all appearance? their violence will go no further thai these pardonable outbursts of fooiiih jcaiouiy. Gen. Santa Anna, 'of fair repute in Northern climes," is living at Carthagenia. He has become a icrt of banker, and to him resort the money borrowers in f.ocks. No one knows what hii plans are, for he is very reserved. -aa From Cara?, cas.? We have received tile? of El Republicano, El Diario de Debates, aud El Diario de lot Avitot, of Caraccas, BO April 1-, ?at so late a? previous advices, and we therefore find no news of sufficient importance to translate. ?a Mira BB Cot sty, Pens?The Locos of Mercer County have again given their Congressional nom? ination to William 8. f?arvin. As Crawford and Yeiiango Counties form a portion of the District, Mr G. will have to pais the ordeal of a George? town conferetce. Jons W. Howe (Free-Soil) is ihe present member. -?*> New Wheat.?We have seen an extract from a letter to a produce house on the dock dated Mad River, Ohio, which ?ays : " we ?bail ship you flour t'toru new wheat next (thi?? week.' The wheat in that section of Ohio is said to be of tbe finest qual it) tvtr raised there. It is not probable that any - .rabie ?juatitity of the new crop will arrive here till next month. [Batf. Com. Adv. The Wheat crop in Upper Georgia, as well as in Fa?t Tennessee, it is stnted, will prove unusually meager this season. The crop looked .juite favor? able lome four weeks ago, and promised a very good harvest; but since, about tbo time of the bloom, the ruit has been making sad havoc with the crop. The Sorrist ov n Walckman saja: 'The farsa en ire buiily engaged in cutting and gathering the grain harvest, of which wo sincerely regret to learo there are some blighted prospects. The Rye crop is good. but the Wheat, which in the latt t^o or three weeks, haa luatained great injury from the rust or mildew, it is now said will scarcely yield a half crop ' ' -at*? Ne** Fsolanp Battist Fre? Mismo? So? ciety.?At ? Convention of New England Bap tiats, held at Lowell, on the 9th, a Mutioaary S> ciety was formed, bearing the above title. A cou ttitution was adopted and ofiicers chosen. The design of the organization is expresied h the third article of the corittitutiori : "Thii Societyshall be entirely disconnected from Slavery in all ita forme, and ?hall not receive tbe known avails of uppree s ion into its Treasury. FiK? in RoxiahY, N. il.?The dwelling house and barn of John Towns, of Roxbury, N. H . were destroy ?d by tire on Monday latt. Insured fir ?(00 by a New York Company. CANADIAN AFFAIRS. f?ea. of Trmpernacr? Canada West- Mandnr ??cheol l.ihrar-r. Coriespon.lrnre ,,r 7 Mi?kiit?i.C?ntda t-las, Wr'ceidty, Jobo3L I left Toronto iait _o;.doy for . ? thrita - vil!ige about thirty miles in a nnlher'y i tance from which. ?? a <0,, 'oetch ai.d uio-.k?, about 0 thou urd men, women and children, (many of ih e town. ,-.y. Tues'lav) to : bear lecture*, and take measures for promut ?rest ?Tanas ofTasiiperinea, wUek i? making con ?ldtral. - l're You: friande m the United Sut ? their last annual 04 lehrst .'runt that 'heir n??xt nan ?oa! meeting is to be at Toronto?an excellent tel re the enemy ?* ttrongest. there ought tho organized flii to. Of all plac? I !?'? v?' in this weit ha? surely, lor its size, the greatest no. shops, ?top drunkenness and tho way is for other reforms?tbrue who hove no control over their own passions, but are continually weakening their bodily and mental powers by driusing spiritu? els l'j'ors, i am ot be expect.- i tooi'l in ran *rat??J society. Tuesday was mild and pleasant, i triumphal arch wki railed on tho town line, under which the farmer?, mechanic? and other lettlera pasted in buggie?, cig?, and pleasure wogor.s ; every Son of wearing a ?a?h, and the worthy mar thai, Mr. Kreb?, preiervm.- ex ellent order. There were banner?, halberds, and other insignia; the Sons are completely organized . the cause is evi? dently very popular, an-i such parties as I saw, must makea?Ir-p. and I traettt will prove- ? lajMaag impreis'.on upon mary yonthful mindJ. About 1 P.M. toa, aaliaa, aaU water, b'ead, cokes, and a great variety of good things were served up?three l_BleiaUST long table? w-?re cos-ered with ref-eilmcnu?tbo band played agree? able tune?, and I tiid not ?ee that the wine the ?in bottle wo? mi?and by laycoe. ?*. omr'e stage, ?ccurely erected, w. Presiilentjof the day. the oritoIB- the bl Martha), and a Lumi'er ot the oldest anl raittro ?iieclr.ii i in/tis H.v. i i- Di??: of To." ..uto ?poke _y latisfaction, thit to j the canae of temperance, and to begin in the youtn ol belli texei oa early as possible, will be r very etlctual way to promu'.e the welfare of Canada, r?to the laOCeil Of ?ooial oui otner reformo. I fiad that FitheT t?_iiqnay, of Lower Canada, In? been lecturing in this nonntiy recently, and trust I shall soon hive tho ploasuro ofbeirinsj him. llev. Mr. Krebs ?poke briefly but with great eirnestnesi, and was f< Hewed by Rev. Mr. Divid sou of Markham, a baptist preacher, who, though he is not equal to tho :elebnte.l Mr. (rough, yet delivered one "r the Boat powerful discourses, pithy, potlietii, humorous and arguaienti'.ivo, 1 hove ever beard in Canada upon liua losTJaat. At appropriate interval? the band struck up a lively air?the worm of a copper still wrts oxhi ted on the platform, and one half tipsy man s i to have been sent upor. the ground by wiy of af? fording a contrast to the harmony &ni sociality which this tempcranc.i meeting had pr among people of many i r trial and politi? cal opinions. The people assemble! had ilmut all of tlieru i healthy, hale appearance?most of them were rtjrs well dn?s?ed, too many, 1 thought, in imported fabric?. What man would deserve well of his country who would penuade our city and village fasliioiokible?, young one old, male and female, tu clothe themselves, cxc?i-.i i ?tic manu? factures. Is there no one powerful enough to lot an efti cieiit OS ampie in lavorct borne industry / On the Wednaeday. l was preient at a tea por ty at Mr. Goilip Eckhtrdt's in agrave near the ci ntt r iif thiotownebip, ihe richest ami nifist fertile, probably, in Canada West?''JO of as partook of, 1 inn.? truly toy, a sumptuous repast, the ob, the asitniblngi? be.. . in OStoBlii ry for the 8unday y "?villo. Dr. Baad presided; Messrs. Boyd, Nesbitt, Dr.Aliao Othetl addreited the company, among wlib" many of the oldeat and most influential lahab of Markham. Scarcely a ?"litary individunl crime on Is t; every hotly h*.l b? n f ware ootareyed in carrineeiorcame on horseback, and tholadiei were present both day* in great number?, hands drilled in most cases, tint Dot many of them in homemade ituiti. Unkwville, .like lost rut * brass band. I find that in?trurrnatal music is much culti- r. : the lou'itry. Jc'otxe of the speaker? :u favor of the Sunday ? nee tsity uf a religiou? edu? cation as a mean of upholdin ? ?o lety i i Ii ibita ol faithliilneis and friendship. Do as you wo dosvabj L? Baaed morality, and the found u i >n of Christ's lystBJ), but unfortunately it is int-r,.ret i by very many as ?si religious pi*. tion, or else the conversion of their nei,-V.i irs to a heuef in their p. t creeds as the patent raeana of preventing eternal damnation. No dilcove ?. ? valoe that o( him who shall contrive acceptably to teajli to all the sublime, rali and of course moral precepts laid down by Jesu", as esset t.a? to hi.man happinee?? separated from tifie doabtfal ?lipmu? about which men hav? agreed to differ in every ?b'e ol the wo d in doctritei the moit oppotite, art 1 which no o?an can either prove* '-r disprove, it the gran Iduli-uity. Mr. Neibitt told ua t. at the object of tbe Sabbath School was to form a nursery I r Heaven. Charity for thoie who diller from ut?patieri"e with thjie who err?and locial tenderness that feels for a? iiiar.hiuJ, must he taught by r ?le aud eaaiuple, ii the nursery is to be efficient lor such a purpose BOOKR 81lk.RM.VM Vcnar.at.- I'roarra? ol Improvement-Elect? ive Jn?ilinttan?-The Crops-Plunk Komi -A Deer I'ark-Pelittrs-linmlarrrttlon J arles. Correspondence of The Tribute Yoni.e-?t.(YorkTeJCaati ? Wan ViHikj, June*?. ) Thi? great road extenda from Lake Ontario, at Toronto, which hat the fineit harbor on the Lakes, to Lake Simcoe, a sheet of water considerably htfber than Lake Huron, a distance of 13 miles; it is Macadarii.jz.ed throughout, kept in good re? pair, paases through a picturesque, fertile, wealthy and well iettle'1 country, which will one day be? come one of the grand traveled routes to the north? west parts of America, and is ornamented with a continue?! sit.. ei",rn of cultivated fields, * orchards, country icati, churches and hundi?me farm houses. What a pleaaar.t change since I traveled on it in 182? ! But on a careful iniuiry I have fuund, to my great aurprise, that although Toronto benefits greatly by the removal thither of Lord Elirin's Government, property on this grett avenu? to tho city begint to decline in value, or ii ien n demand than it wat tome years since. Ia Markham. how? ever, which is on one aide of Yonge-at, I met with virj few farms that could be bought under BIO per sire, and there were hun.?red*, of farmer! who would not tell forthat, becaute they frit comfort? able and detired to keep so. Thirteen years tince 1 visited the farm of Jotapb Tomlimon, Esq. iith OMkceardoB, Markham, on tue i a stream which falls into Lake Ontario be? low Toronto. He had made a good clearing and built a frame house and saw mill. On Monday lut 1 wei.t back again for the first time, and be? held the march of improvement?a thriving vil? lage?Sparta?with sawmills, carding machines, power looms, a pail factory, ax factories, black atritha' ahopa, a cupola furnace and an iron foun? dry, where itove?. miligear, agricultural imple? ments, Ac. are cut, for sale and to order. Fulling, dyeing, spinning, itorekeeping and cabinet making are also among the occupations of the villsgers, ana although a freshet, the heaviest in thirty years, had destroyed the mill-dam, u it did most of the dsms and bridges in the County, lut Spring. Mr Tcmlinson and his enterprising sons had built it up again. Markham was originally settled, chiefly by in? dustrious Germans from the old country and Penn? sylvania, Lutherans, Menon'ite, Tunkards, Ac, sbout fifty years St o The Grove at Eckhardts where we had the Sunday school Soiree, Tea Party, or whatever it shoui?! be called, is on tbe lot which Chsrles Bereiy, the pcttmuter of Toron toi father, a Pruiiiau, I believe, lettled upon wer lify } eara since, and is said to have lost over #?'.). (00 in his effort? to co'oniseihe townihip. the real estate in which ia now worth millions of dollars. Th? townspeople now elect annually a Reeve or Justice of the Peace, and a town Council of are, in ckidirg a School Superintendent, and manage the township rtmcern?, a? does the ?vinty by means of a Ccunctl not unlise your Board of8 ipervieors, but bad notiLo rising in Un? ?treat in l*>37, and the ???tirrtroubli? which followed drs'ocl the Bio* of Englsnd of h- r d./ilsrs at tbe rate of a milli'Ni a rrorth, the infamous r ctty deinm'.ii-n of the pre ? ' a'fcentury a*?*) *""n-n ?.? .-/ vice. The fall wheat crop hai inff red but little from tl?> drorieht here ; it will Be read Bar the ?<*yth in three or four weeks ; b-it Dae -> .'ine; riropt be I n to M VV'hi'o I write there ii a ..... , ^ie.!. Yesterday the dust on tho roads began to raise ia ttl?* whirl? and I uar co of dry weather?bit tho ble. plar.k ma!? "anaU. During a tour ol . - ' -' ruff?i!te BO L).h.?Ib* it i inilet, through Scarboro' and Markham. made aa folio?? mad or clay on tbe road is levelled. Three ? ? ??? ii I down tho a . Art from cs^h other, and aorot* a : 'auks, eight or nine feet It ng, ?s may be agreed on, pine or heai.-ck, looxe, neither pit tied nor iitilod down. The dirt - thrown up on euch shin so u to keep tho planks in ti 'iir places, and thua done, the road it room being M ft for carriages to pats each other, at d the empty wagon giving place to the loaded vehicle. Thia simple and etlicient road coits 11,000 pet mile, and enables the farmers to carry heavy loads to town, or to the ahipping place, at the very worst sessons of the year. Some of the plank roa?ls pay well, a moderate toll bein^ exacted from those wrw use them. Many of the farmers on my route live like prin? ces? ?auritint* about, hunting, fishing, getting u,> pleaasiit parties. Ac. I wish they had village libraries, as in yet r State. Mr I\ter llamer, a rich Markham farmer, keeps his deer park like the Karl of Lansdale, has his h, nruls, and hui.t? of ? ourse ; msny of his deer are to tsme that tbe) srlll come to him, and take lood from hie hand. <>'i ?me occasion, however, wh-> he was crossing the park, a buck, with a splendid sdoriiiiiei.t of antier?, attacked him to vigorously that he i scaped with great dinVulty. Of ii yu ?ret the lion's share; we have more of emieration, however, tBBalsho '! have thought punible. The country people lay less about this Parliament than they used to 1 I about those which preceded it. What they da lay, I owe*er, ii unfriendly an ?.-xprjiiiun ak:n to contemi t. Although not harrRiied at your Contres! il with the 'l'iisti n of Slavery exteiuion. the legis? lature l.ai u yet done :i? thing. Afcer diuner and - we get in a' tog rr.ii-: Aa oncit jury hi;! win promiud m l.o.-il Blain'l a.ldreis, but it has not b ?en heard of since. They have talked of it hero for nearly flity yea's, but She-riffs whom any OoveruUMul may ckoote and di.?/?Ian. continue to tick such grand and petty juron ai suit?, not the people, but their rulen. Wbea tWOOflt men w?ve hung in 1 - resisting tyranny, the authorities, vindicative and : rsty. selected thoir triers. Messrs. Lat?n tsir.e and Baldwin hsve not since changed that part of the ancient practice. Wherever I treat the feeling of the people was atrong for elective inttitutions. Mr. Baldwin's government ii unpopular with moit people, who endure it for a time rather than have M.'ssrs. Strar.htn and Kobinmn, the family compact, and a march backward!. Mr. Baldwin will, it it ttid. get Mr. Ueb:nson'i pltce of Chief Justice, and Mr Kobinson in expected to retiro on a pension o? ?4,000 ayer*, though a hale and rigoroaa man. Rllf?Kit 8HKRM.AN. YIRi.IMA, BYA YIUMNTAW ItrvMoo of the I'onalitPllon -"?liivery?1)1 union, ?Ve. Correspondence of The Tribune. RiTeiiiiTo? .s, Monday, July I. I was much plcooed in reading a oommunieati: in i late i.umber of The ?frataae, iVom your cc reipondent ' H. ?.' on the appearonco of Old Vi ginis, ?c truly ' that land of buried great.ion.' could not repren tbo bluih, yet felt proud that wa? a Virginian. I blushed becio-o of the trut I It felt proud that I was uf the loi! of Wmhirii ton and Henry, proud " that Virginia is even no1 preparing to ihikc oil' tho incubus that stifles hi energies," proud that ?ho is on the evo of a grei civil revolution in her State policy, proud in tli anticipation of her future, proud that, the Convoi tion in the representation irom the western -i >rt: ) of tha State will be eo_paoad of men of induitr . ence ; that they will bo guide by a liberal and W?M polity/- tad engraft Dpoo lie Co??til ? elemeni? necessary tor ! er priitine greatness, and take her pooitto in the . of human improvement, fh mli s/oni II. li. ns.t the. western poriiou of the State let? di -. i ont s-.kto of things, cdi taii.ly asiiitfereht as possible iiritierthe same legis ?alien, list _ o tome old mm s.on ' irumb.,:.: .m. frettii.g away ;i tie storms and mini of.Hoiven, hi.i! the "enpresad apple ihn it? fruit and iu the earth, ha s ? ?n of inouetty, j ami Intelligence at work, uni a g'.i Bui to of Nature. Alt?>ogb we are 'orce.l into I ??' 1".u.orn brethri n ?-acl; I as?s," ;? itfa I majority o: severe ogiiait the West, yet wo anticipate ra A light is 'iawn upon the ber.iihtid ? e ""I Dominion, ana yoa trill ?id by the el Batea, ma', au n of im ability ?rill !.?? ?? It atad, men who know what we want?who know our right?, and ' knowing, dare maintain them.' We will mar li op to tfa and declaro is on. U *o bave th. dnrhkg to be free. We will ?how to the world that we are determined an 1 united ; that the lire? ol Repablican liberty that burned ao urightly upon the altara of Virginia in ?'i are rekiudiing ; that her ?on? are animated with the ?pint? of her illaa tr.ou? ilea'l, whole Iternly bitted lor Hep i Mitran liberty in the infant day ? of our Republic ; that her "buried greatness u low burning the veil of Cimmerian dark;.eis that bao bung ou long in her iky, blighting the greeniwivd of ei"th wich accu n.ulatii.g penury and crime . that the i* now merg? ing from her long black night of political do into the glorioui tunihine ot 0o_itot ittooel liberty, aLd will come forth redeemed and diienthraHed by the formation and adoption of a liberal and eri'i.-ht cned Couititution. Her tranntwill. nous. Although the in?titution of S a.e.-y tor half a century bos sst like the cormorant of old by th - forbidden tree, tempting the fair famo oi our Sute, crying disunion to interdicted knowledge, and screaming Liberty over the shackles oe 6 and although it may yet remain fixed fur t timo upon our escutcheon. 1 have lo doubt, at no ft." dittant day, \ ?retail will make all the restitu'.i'.n in her power, asd ?tand fath iu beauty like a pure ami sputleso virgin at the Hymenial altar, decked in a garland of const i em tateerhy, with a i eyeiin gle to the perpetuity of our glorious Union. Much Ell been ?aid about dim long as the disaffected in the old State! can have vent by emi? gration, there can be no danger of disunion; uja States will sprir.k- up in the S ,uth and South-West, under Constitutions adapted to their own peoii.tr Lotiur ? of thing*, and come into the compact satu lied. Aye, new Stetes wi.l spring up until tho star? or,d ?tripes <f He Anglo Baaon American will have shadowed the sun of Anahuac and waved in their 'pride of place en the extremity of Capa Horn. The unicn ot the i-Hotee is imiupenoobie, ond Old Virginia will be the laat in the category to break the complet Rather than dumemb*r. the would ?ee the inititution of S'avery, Northern Abo lit oniit?. ?Southern abstractionists and their sate! I ten, ?unk ia the most profound oblivion. Virginia will stand to the compact until the firmament shall roll together as s scroll. D.suin.n never' is her motto, now, henceforth and forever. When the hu? man race sholl have fi'led their oe.tiny, when the Kmiirescf the Kastern H?misph?re shall have crumbled into dust, when the constellation of our Confederacy (lull be fadtn-r away, the ?tar of Vir gihia will linger in the horizon when her confed-r ates hove all disappeared. J. X. u. a* ? A Postmaster is Lcck.?Mrr Brigg?, tfaePo?. matter in this place, received by the last mail from Californio, ?ome tine specimens of gold from Nan tucket men now in that country, enclosed in letters thanking him in the warmest terms for the care th it he boo uniformly token to inform our people when the mail for California was to leave for New-York, atd for the greet regularity lud promptness with which letters and papers from this place have been forwarded. From this we infer, that all Postmas? ters ore not so attentive and aeeomroedoting ao Mr. Briggo il. [N antut?et Inquirer. Arothir Priwtir Jidgi? JoeephII.Sterrett, Esq. of Erie hu been appointed Associate Judge. An excellent sppointment R A4??*, KOfK?, t?1 all kl?i of papeTi??u??tor ers' miuertaia bought and ?old on liberal term, b? .17 OArtvY A Dl-UUCKSini.liw.aol-a.oWo?. A Word ?baut T|,,|erlao?. Kaorkla??. I ? Tar Tntus? Mr. EniToa Permit me to itat.? toiassf my own ?aperi' ? i the phenomena Be the above miitia: Ltio. ?n ?aturda;, lut, beia,* at Barcuic'B Hotel, to company with te -eral other? 1 ca teil ..a the celebrated la?liet wrute name? are a??o<,?ted with the Knocking?, ktttt several par liai attempr? ai .-oramuni | ? m the part of different rr . n g,.n tleman present atked ? -- Bpintt in Ms ?ara w?>. win. i t? | sarta??. He aseaba : Wni the hold communicatimi with me today ! .4m it'. "U<1 r?pt| N ? (J VVi aiiwerraei A. Yes. i?. Will the answer when I pit <? Will the Spirit toll the nameut tars ?p.* where h.r ?sirs now r..r*W?r, when my m<nd la it ' A- Yes- Correct. 'J. U \ ?ppV \ A. Yes. Q. Am I aWPM .1 I t .ad rep) N... (,' W v .n basi aaee a aaewe? Beta wts very prompt, and was tbe triost ana ?-or that coul.i be ^ivei . Q Will either of the name? in the followfa g .'ut ever become my wife ' A. Yes. Q. Will the Spirit indicste *?? 1 Y'e?. (?. Wi.l the Spirit spell the lady s name when ?aa letters are named ' .-I. Tea when the name of Miaa-, WM tpelied forward and back, and every qneition antwered in relation I i bat if sny other subject wss Banted, the Spirit would repeat "done.' and give n> other reply ? In this case the questions we a iy, and no one could know their import: an1 let the on..":i ? be what may, the answ. ? instance, when any answer could be uiven. although quite marvelous, I make '.ma statemeut in good faith, ai.d can only say I admit the exist ence of the phenomena, but know nothing ef the natu'' B 't. v ? * ? I .( i i t- ,,?r iju. THE WHU? AlafirTLAHAO FOR I860. 'l'Hia AtiNLAL ai? D?*eu pp"pared wiin ?real care ant X aecsracy, and is presented to the Puinic a* a c.ieac reliable, and lurid ?un.niary of ihe Political kli?tory of um Tim?* It contain? nothing of ? paru?an eharacier, but ? full exbttiti of the tUsetunt of '.Ma, ihe doing? uf ton gret* ?nit last rjettion. ihe JHiloe- >.-/>?<, the Evjatt .'i Europe, Lilt of ihe President'* Ctti'.net, Mermen of the present Congre?? (Joveraori of trie State?, fce kc Co.ite?ts.?Area? uf the United State?; Astron?mica Calculallocs; Audit, Congressional Boar.1 of: Banket Siu?ci; Branch Mist??OoM Coinage; Bnilth Cahnet Ca:'-n(l?r for Pi rtiand. Boston, New Y irk, P*r a Washington, Raleigh, Charleston and New-Orlea'-. fomlaacd New-Mexico; Chronological Table?; Coicpec talion of Congretsir.ee , Cocg-rvas, siattittct tif; Congres? last Settioc of; Eellpie?; Economy in the Public Expend fur?*,- ElPcfreOSr-s, t'. 8 . I : la the severa, ?islet; Election of President by the People; Election Re cures, Europe tc 18u. Ftnanceaof United State? and Qroai Britain ; K.oggtcg ic ihe Navy, Oovemment of ihe Untied ?tatet. Onvrenieci Supplies; Oovemort and State C.ipt tais ; High-Water at New-York. Besinn, Philadelphia aid Charleston; Hoce Department; Bouse of Repre?enis> ?7e?, L B Home Mileage; Inaugural Address of Pre?! aantTayiori Jewish Calendar; Law Reform; Mileage oi Congress; Military Mileage: Miniiten and Co?tai? abroad; Ministen al foreign Courts. Mohammedan Cal ecdtr, Moon t place ; N?v?l Prize Money?Temperance Naval Punishments, 18431 Naval Supplie?, and Polhv Offce-iand Otricei created; Panama il?ihniut) Railway Population of Statt*? ; Postage-Rate?, Foreign and Domes He; Postal Reform; Presidential \otc. lo4?, i.e., Pro ducts, Aggregate; Public Lands, Railway* and Canalt a r. ii North .America; Recruiting for the Army; Revecat IV. 8 i Collection; Senate of the United State?: Senats Mileage; Seventh Census Act; Shield? (Llen.)'i Elect.ot and Rejection ; Supreme Court, U. S. ; Tide Table, Tun. ?tg'j and Shipping . Tribunal? for Claim* against the United Slates; Whitney's great Central Railroad; War Cha/tes ef the Union. Election Return* carc*n'.;7 .i.ade up fol the Whig Alma cac, from Maine, r.'uw-Hampshire, ?'?nnasUj M tst ?chu? te;... R' Penn?y ma, Mli __ Georgia, Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, Iowa W!? conde I1C ic, from Maine, Me?-Hampshire, Wrraou*. M ???ache m, Rhode Idand, ConnecUcut, New-York, New-Jertey, snn.ylvanla, Ma?>l;uia, Yi.-yin.?, North Ca.-o.ina, Alaba? a, M'islst'pp'., Lonitrlana. Texas, Arkaat&s, Tennessee, CLOTHING. aJl.Tl.flKR WKAK. -WM T. IENNINO? k CO IO DRAPERS k TAILORS Imjorteraof Cloths, C?**. meret. Vesting?, Fancy Drets Article?, ic. 231 Broadway American Hotel, and Pennsylvania-avenue, Wsshlngto? D. C. offer for Inspection, ?n extensive assortment of Seasonable Ooodt, which will be made up ? j order at iht proverbially mod?rai? price?, which tn view of our wort has given ihe establishment a precedence as furnishing tee mutt economical, if r.oi the lowest priced garment? Tri*- r"?dy made tirk comprise? cloth, c-nbriieret, mert Co, grass cloth, tn i lineo tack? ; Co Oriay's dren and frvt coals - caitt'nere, mamo and drilling pantaloon? ?Ilk, ?kiln, iKimbazinn, raartall'ra, linen and chally ?eau dresdag gown?, kc. which, with a teleclton of the choice*! ?lyie? of fancy dren article?, o nilt'-rg of cravats, hand kerchiefs, gloves, .utpoiiJers, shirts, s ?n, BBBm'?, fes we woukl commend lo lb? attention of purchaser* with aa ?**ur?nc<* of tie re rij-erlorlty, in tty'e and character, i? mod oi Ihe clothing offered In this irarkel We would refer in particular lo the pan-.aioon? we?*. ?p *.. tBjJBBi a N I btBSJ i"i moil tasddt out. The Army and Nsvy will 6cd us well verted in ibetr a? fet "-?iiiireiiieni?, and prepsr-al to ?'ifp'y lh? dlBeren? grade? of the terv.ee. lelO tf \lKN*ej AM? BOYfP II.?TII1.1I..-T l"l pises '" ge. men ? ard Imivs' eW-toln?, ready male or made lo order. Il al J. VANDKRBILT S, 41 Pu.loI west corner or Oo!d *t. Over gar menu ? aUofiflO pieces of fashlonab'e -?trod?, whi he made to order In Ihe iate?i ?tvleof fa?him. . .??"!? JACOB VANDERBIhT. I Ku'tOD-*?. UK Y GOODS. BKOOKM'-*? PATKAT (J-COliU ?| ? The tulrta-rlber? have Jrutl r?*celved p^r tteamer "At laotlc" an Invoice of lo? anove eelenrRttd Tlreal, which it tht Importai la-aqa itUM of ?treogth.eiati'etty aud evennet: oflexmra, ? ?? i-r. r .o?., oiher producuin? nowta uto We havn inte arraiigeinenti for a comtait tupply, an' will gntrantee It to all retcecU at the h?)*t?rt1eJeof *t-^ g laauilBttaira? in the world. Deai-'t ire ir.rie" : ten Ut mer'.t. Put tale by ifee cue or tosan, hi l-.l Im'c i.Jtlrl, fKNroN It PiJELPJ, ACortland-at. WlPEItKINh HI htlllf.ll -lliaTINUH. ?17 ."" ca??-i Vor? PreiUiiiUis, Wacru.su, Ujver ?nO American Mill* *uperriLe ViaSt lach ?turuigs Also, ex? tra-super V, inch Shiriirjgs tor tale bv rny6 ?? - ITri k <.id -. fine. ?aJTAKK .?lll.l.H ?Hill,MM.-.. a.7brown, ?>?B?ch??d, tlate and b.ue, e.vira tuut, and uce qualed in perfeciton of nanufacuir?- Kir ttle by my6_NESMU'U k CO^ou and W Pine-?i L'INE l*iHl.tAlllhD I'OT.OV A Rbode Itland Palo Alto, Rockmgharu, H ?oktett, Med way, Hope, Waltham and oiber ?tyl?)t, for tale t?y mjt Mf.*lMITH V CO ?ean'li.'P C'JsXICO FKl.NTEKrt'UI.A.-IKliT*? Lv ' . - an? Stove Cloib, Typo Priat?*r? and Kngiaver?' Blank eu, Roller, Clntver ?nd Jacket Cloih*. (?>? ?tie by myll C B. LE BA^ON, 4o Pi: > BLL'K PKJNTtt.-li* eases Adams's mus and whit? and biuo and orange Prims, for tal myll C. B LE II.*.;-ON, M pine-si B*.UUN Mli-.i.. i ,?.-..- , - - ? BalUbury, E?. g.e, Mo'iawa Va.ley. and olhar ?lyie?, h^rtaleiow b myll C B. LB BARON,KAPUwai Bl.lE AND CA.1ARV PKINi.*4.-A new sr.? superlor arUcle, fist colors, for saie uy myll C. B. LE BMlON. IS !"?"??. /'UEKN PRlRTti^-M c>*? ... _d ^Jgri-eo txd h'ue aib^ to B c?;r... ' m>il C B. LE BAlUi.. 0 4 BI.I?A4 HMD ?tHIKVIX?-. ?r*"? priced Miiru.'ig?. co?i(in?ing ? ?? Mleby (mi?i| NEaMiril St CO '- i i-l =>. P'ne^l 3 1 BI.EAtllKUHUIKTlN4.*4.-V'<use*h t "*x and low priced Bl 3 w ti cent?, tor *bJ? by myll K C B Li BARON,? Pliat-t OOMU? CtaJMBtsUI ..tfhisaddai? L^irln,e*iU,from 4* m? ^^R.^, ? Plaae*. Ill;NTKhVaN1?*4- ?3? c?je? ti^ortor AmerlcaQ EAST INDIA WATER COOLERS HOW DELICIOUS Is s draught of pare eo.d wster rJxs hot and r-iliry weather ? Yon can i.tve tftl? lox-ir;, at a tmail exponso by purchatln? Smiih'i Bssl India Water Ccoier*. which wll keep w?tercool ?everal day? by lh? ?edition of ? ?mall piece of Ice, beeide being very orna? mental Ic acyeereace Fillers can he aoxchavl or not, as required Manufactured In a treat vwii.y of ?tyie??id ttze? totslt pnrcbaaera Also a large attortxent of plain and Japanned Tinware, Btltanniaware and llousekeei.tr f arur.et, for ?ale, wholesale and retail, by jeli ltneodA T. BMITHtx C?> Tt m!ton?t H KC IBKSI O?TCaTH of ali k ind?T*V . kef?. El?'?. Wenley R di?rd.', Cox'?, Bkarkey't, kc kc. Gun Witd duig, Shot Pouciv?, Powder and LWuor ?"????, UanUnf ted Sportsmen's Ki Ivas, la great varloiy A.?o. ? >ie Ag-eo?? to? t,ej'i Patent W ire and Univers?! Shot Carted*???. FRANCIS TOMES k SON* jet . .?/ i M.*- m >'-? ?''? TO KHOP Itl T? HEH** ? '' ? - ^SsAm Umb, for ?ale by the <raarl?r, aide or Jo.il, *)**T^rJ?u*? anv pan of the city free orcartage. ?"*a*f,r^-i-!!?ial ur.1i. Brooklyn, Jeney Ctty, ?ndtcansriver ^????"?B" p,ed Al?l?Baali?7a?*^ ?el5 3rr??od*_JB? jijjl*? ? "**j^. 1 KM liar. ?.k*-?-;*--^*:rd^''V,r^a?eW?4S!e JLiraeehee Ju*i rwei?^ ^^JTmmmummmmTmtlW u.U.! low price, in ?oanUlt??? m?t **?*rj*??wr. by J F. CLEN. 7 John?4_ n^im <a? a' ami TU ?tAH ?'?*<*? ** Isaptove? ?$11,000?! r^Jmt co avjrwsata ?t ANt?lNi;*4-r*^>r.40,UMi poundsir rtu.uuiJBsaena? H wS?*taerent n.. .id?* ?"d colors, for sala al nianulac liNSUUAiNCE?. ri -HS PIBK ' '? * y e a ?,* 0*" ^"kt. fj?i-ABl I ?'?? ? ? i ^ttSrr^ ," -" s fir-aS M p?a. "?wi f tires Stob y Perra _??r'? laionr, Hxa* Ae?a H nun ** >*-A PoJA ' * ? a ?w?S-s Ja? B v\ u <??, Ai.?? H e>a??T. ?? a a. Wc?S?T' i s ?, M ? ?. c ?j!1?* "as - r ?^2 ? e ? OSITR ? -- fttOn itaX-OH?Mi'S' IN?-J?aMC? _??""" OF Tut CirrOF NBVi i'Jtk. .-ffcc. car aro?_ wich an : ... , a er ?be North A/or Oaaa a?' capital. I?s> . :??w?a? 7* ,. nitk. AUAMIiTPt??__!"* ?Jtoasow. ?????. se*.-etary beau ???____,_| ??_ , , , ,. 1*1 CAL1FOKMA. V i ir . mm ? ?m buAV?> * :._?_??* r?._ tACKASgMTOCITT, ^**k a a r?M*ttiTOet A r ?-w.T.wk C. Q UcttlT, F V . , Wii t a.?, a H?*?L?To?. PVttoha",h * W'L ?'*" ^?'?-.h. t ?Ml to .. TATH-TU? HfJTE-B. " IBB I wrtOSOBS 1B1? IRVINO dOI ?-_ ?,?.__ _, ('??ISA . .??i.ted by Hugd i_2T^ W' "~ w ?* ? S ?Vanama k- .?.-,.. ?uiM?itr*)_eLlgt A B Mhta, _a J ? ?r^**'~I THE AM?UCAN rMiTFL.TcX?e. ?_?_,' ?gt?ie-n? of F, R Folger ne? H Mi!.? ir **BtM| THK.HNITF.PltTATK-iili.TKI. .. s?_. ?anageoieniof A..n?., R a ?. ?taOSSBBj ?Utet-EO?elJCR!? i. VVO?OMAN i* Counsellor, t? Law, M It ; b?I tt N"?furt,at1 ed connections with responttbie loc*l Agents U f and th. Weitem Su:?*, will ?:tei,d B lb? rou ?ebts ?? trio ?e'.Uement of ?cc.'ttoit In those ? will ???o mike femliunce? to any pai V^^ein?, botjgbt, ?old arc! located. ,'yl9 iBte-Ut n.YIDI.NDS. " slii?t^atta^t^X^^t,mu"t ?r9 w*?n?s_| iriii ?f?uji-?unuol d.vldend ?i the rate ??/??? tw r?aa _ annum, on ail ?am. of t.ve dol-,?.*,* apw_* ? . ed duliar? ?ml five p-fem?VZ?f .*??,1 __ tun ? of five bun?red donan and up?aru, ww't utwimm i.- w* cepotited at lea*t three mooth? pre?, n, v>,?,. i* .17^ t e p?id to Uepotltou oc ?nu ,f>r M-?at]?v 'ni liii during .he heurt i?f buitneti it in* Btok All ickM rsllrtl 1er will rema'r. a? pr'.oclpal. ?il driw at? rrordtagty fro_ ?t?M ***? Tie Bank l* opan for '?mine?? on Maedor*.!1 and Saturday?, from Mo 7p M _ l?8 Bow?r? By order cf the Trustae. _ IA BES MILLS Prend?,, O. H COCOBSBALL, Secretary. )jUlW 'PHK TKIHTKtCM UF THK SKAaett'l B__ I HOK 8AVINU8 have orjrr-ilut taures lu nJdta litt which aecordlDg to uta bv'uwt v* i__ thereto, for Uta ?lot m eut? endlag 9191 Joaa II?_ Mk?woi ' "t Ur. turc* of one Ihouia.iJ Jol.avt taJ under ?. lb* nu*s six per ceoL peraoouai, and Ou tutu? t'xceod'.ng oi.o iliousaod dollars, a? it*its?f five per coal. Per atuuui. pa,able on ot after Mtnlatt? In?tanl. ??n?? The interett wl.I be paced to lb* credit of dass?na nrlLclpaL The Trustee* give auoc ?b_ taera-iur Is hiftetl rale of toteren wlii be palj ooly oat-usiSa. ceetilng five hundred dollar*. 8?.NJ ITlDilO William Nklion, Kecrtlary. New-York, July IV, 18?0. ??*? \m? Uniit.Nui?. .? i .. do? Ktn aotDG?7r" Nobwich J i y I.', IKS. ) |M)OKM tOKHl M*4IKIi'1-|ON '??'ftataiol XrSiork of ihlt Company tviil be ope-iedon le lia IM ti the Trartfer Urtic?, I.T T M-rwin. Trantfer Agtoya Merchantl' Kxcl.ange, New-York, an-1 retoala Sfsosi ?ix.y day?-hereafter, when Ore Hooii for tucb N?tcrt|?| win beclo?ed unni lie i'uh of Jana?ry next. All pertuns wbo tui.ac lie a? af.*re**lij tod SSFaOfO] cert on the preferred ?lock, wtll be ertiiu--4 to tto#rta?| to be decisred in J?osoy next oo iheir prttarta -toes*. which etnbrueifour irure? of old t'ockfor??? lOtrto] ntw itock tubtcrlbed, sr.d Int?r?t! will be etarf^s,Stb? rate of.? per cent on ail icttaimeni* from tae'ltb'?t ??] eaiH Titalmects are paid F HT M aNDIXwb, jyis tii'i Ciar? N. and W lailmtaC?. ?i mi-mi. \ : ?? i: H \- ' vvoiCBOrai HA1LRUAD CU.-Thl? Cotnp-y hu tl<>cik:?dt*ls(. deed of two and one-qatrur per ceat on lbs o-tmM ?lock of laid Cosnpany. (belr.ft the tto.-k ta-rut-Je-ral tta ?obsr.rlhed previous to the ltd test ) papable ?lib?ff 1?0. Office of the Company, lu Merctut.tt' KxrhMga Itoa York, on the l?.b il??. Per order. UEO L . EUIIOJ, Norwich, Conn July in, u>H>. (|yH3s| Tras IVI UKPill ? The l>i-e?!d?Dtand Dlrijctuiofttan.vr. I) I'jrney Railroad and Traatporta.ton Coojmj taft thi. day derlared-seemi-*"! uai dl?ldt<ud of ton uttetot payable lo lb. ?torkholders ur their reprrtea-(UU(is?M ?fier Ih? 1*1 of Augutt next. The Tranif^r boukt will ta i mir-.1 from a.? J'lh laut unul lhai da. -J?j? 1/. IIM. jjl? lu,- H J 8?l!TJIBAF?.rr?i??orar. DlVlUKftU-TUK UllOUkLVN AND JAMAICA Kallro? Cuwpkuy h?>e title day e. e ?ijnijri.il ot ihreultad oae-bsJi pur c*ei ps . ...n.il kiler TLuiaJay, 18lii July. Tt?. truifw bookl ?ill bo doted OntU ihki div. KUStlir RAY, T.??_irer Ne* 'i I 50._.'Ilia* Mt. on two Wkstibn RtiLtotn c i Osobma )I?I1IS t'll.llPAXV La? dtxtared * -.'1-4 if iw? 1 dollars ?'eril.are. pttabl-i to Ire S'.oek.i -I l-n tn ihj) cit. a. ilit? 8?ii)k of the Suie tf New York, ootna lttprot (Signed) J. U. TAYLOR, Traaturw. July 3, 1 sie. lylutw* COAL. C^OAL HV TUB C'AKIJO-H-tetoo |UH|a) /Coal by the cargo. Manufacturer* ?ad dsalsi SSi piled INUHAM A HALL. wbole*al. ?nd retail coal 4r?o*r?, Je1* *tw" cor Mootgomary and Oreen ?u J?r?syCI?. I A?) U1?1.1VBU1M1 is. btst Red Art C*V*** I or Kg ?, frota my yard corner of Blair ted <?'*?_*_? tt?; il^frc?bo_i |mylkiS2m*| FKTKRrUI?TiJB. "I SHALL M?LT WITH THK FKHVENT 'iMfP HAfS l.e.r.N THK UXCLs\Mmttwn " -??tfj laut-utd |?dy. ? wned iku. he*r* ?)ta?S_ Umi ucutual l.leoiliy ?cd long cooilotianr? of hoi ?SS Oil? ?rinn i ud the preservative r.nt'iuetof (Hil'lAP??* II? un Medlcaied |o?p wei enerar lo g reatar r*?*?iaeW? more uiumpbaniiy teded Tlil* de?Ubiful ,?**_? otlyproWcU Ib. ?ktn frO"i toe lierre a.suI?^-flHta but ft ?lin.rses as tf i.y mute eveiy vsUa|?ass. Freckl*?, buaburn, Saiiowuet?, Ri-oi eas, ?******[? pie*or ?Vltigworm- ?nil sj ?incuiating ?0_m'_^'??1 ?etlou upon lb. pore? that il ai once rwS?*S)B???*? (?e,ir.g of languidnes?wh'cri ixtreme *va*W|>?ss>??? A* ii ran b? u*ed in salt water (a* weil mW* w v*"?" invaiutli.e to tboie who deilKh. 11 utaluxaryStaats^? OO?RAUD'S POUDRES SOBTTLBO ir? ?o wt-il kuown for tfe?r t^tt-oi?-Olrig F/?twsi0ll? . ?uperfluoui Unta r red be laid pr*|.artlioD* for Ib. I l)r. FKL1X U'J?BAl fritu B real way. K. WAKI.AM), rb. editor of uta Iaow*'' Cs??i?? pay i thef?ilov.'.rgtn-ute?a __._ GOURAUD'8 SOBP^ ^^ We ..inerve liai Carleioo A Ho?-yoflto'*?_?*? Olil RALD'SIiAltanM'.i .atnlSosp. Il te to-?.sst-? Lai.- -. en the ?rticle ?r <l .1 . lo! ief ?r lo U ____T*ia. Uta pi.ri o?e to wb'ch It it .??.d to b. m^J^?tnA, pitad Bui we cao aay, fr-m ??'?? e*PW-'f'Wt'Ti, _t -wlltf? l.yfaribel-rit ti lelo ba us?>4_? ?"? wat ever ?anufarture.1 Ii c,?u a lit?e iiior.Itaajsj? l.e.l ?havlDg ?o?p, bot Diere t nolblng lo 0>* 1*,T1_^ r?o compare wltb I? lo ir... .e^ard VV; e? I ?B"fjE . , everv r_ui wbo*.i?ve*Linia?i.f, *.??? ' "* U...I , i.riuae, lrisle?d ofany "?*"**o|'.t,luM. _^ Mr V\ ariaed doe? not ' i I Jta?? lo Uta aisi'kWgT lie. ot COl'RAL'D-e ila.iao M?dirai??d Mtsp ? *J^r over, Iba oie*l woodeif.l compound ?rer i "'J_1_ rurirg i*n, frerkle* Pimp'?and ail ?kin d. ????>-?.?*_: mntlier wbo ??lue? l?e h.-, ib of bar InUnt ?^ev.ia?*~ orber loan InIU ablottor.? baa (JOUBAliD'?*?'' '**" ool> ?t 67 Waikar ?i in ? '? r.* from i not in> \ums?*s jyisn_______> V*l 1?4DOW WUAUr ?? ! 91LT COBBI?-?__! Tt PfcRY MUSLIN'S, vc -F?Mnilie. ab??-_toto>_F ?!ow?wi_the *..v? vUcle?, wi i ' Wt. .DFORD'S, ?90 B" ?Iway. Uta arge?, i ' sw ??rtsicat ta lb? rtiy ? ?e?er?J new syU? ?**??_" J. lueedlnNew-Yerk. U'- u? ??*? ?'! " J? uitelt, loop?, plru, luci*, w?,e**^* J_!TsT^ Oio-iug of ih? ?b-ertlur n.?y rtay 'WJ**** ? 3 MJ D. ?;n_???t#-?'rlf4Vat'P.-<)ae '?*\ r?Taadl?i?f?itaBge if' AiiJsardion'.lynr **L\ ... ?s rtaaaooi Loreo ?.-?,?-- ?*m mBa^n,.Tmsmg-nK, sou Pearl-otiOli?. ,^_ l*liro?taw.y; at Uta I>r;riat ?tixe,4?l So. /^Ig ??,?1, I? Bow.ry; H. ock. ifW P?s/!*?i ^J H?y?, l*? ?*>iitoTiUt. Broot -Ti city_ta^?Le 'ill ??r'OMTrSJIKN. FINE DOUILE t,%. 1 freto at*?rtment of K- <i:ib D mble Out'<'-~Zt* tbe?e??<Ji*, exprresiiy f-o* a/irldge, ouali *** ^^ sbe-oi.nr, s?t. rar?; tin.. Wit tecatsed try t ,m\ F KANCII TOat* _?i'?8t. Je_ eodif ? MaldaataB?, ??" - FKK8H BLTTBH.-HATCH, ***Q*&t*+ F::u?gtoo,CbBtaaque Coamy, N. T ta??* ^s*?* ? ?v.* i-uge ?appiy of 'bole. D?vtry f*?_j m ,?>,t?* dealeri s-dag lo part??*e would do watt m-' ?j. la orwrus _- ~_^_ "L"UH~MaT_ i HEAP-Ail uta iMf??,1 ?rt*^2 F (jfixu, eomptltnng four pr???^ sta 9Lm\. ka?sU? e-?*?rv for pruning. ne*??p?p?r or J?s JytltrV B"x'?a?S N.Y PtutOfEc.. __--~---Wm?'a??t rVIKHKKY V'ATEK-PMOOr ?g?1 u?to il 8HELW-rf?.?>?^'?''7,_r_????>r __.? lot k ?: its MW erOete ?sa-- ?toeunod^mt -J^^js?**. , . ? .. i aLB??-.