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If cheapness, variety, amount of matter or extent of arrangements by Tele? graphs, Correspondence, <fcc. to procure early and authentic intelligence be regarded, we submit that The Tribune has fairly j earned and Btill deserves the large sabserip- j tion which has been accorded ir,^ now j amounting in the aggregate to about 65,000. Tr.rh??(Alwiyt\n Advance:) DAILY, |5 per annum ; $1 > for ihre? months; SEMI WEEKLY. *3 do.; for tiro copies; $20 for ten copies; WEEKLY, $2 for one copy; eight for 810; twenty for i2<h Subscriptions are respectfully solicited by ORKELEY it BtcELRATfi, IB4 Naaaau-sL N. Y. *?* Kdltori with wborn w? exchange, and who regari the exchange &? advantageous io them, will oblige ue hy giving auch do?co of thla froipectus aa tbey may deem proper._ KOSSUTII IN EXILE. Nates of a Visit to Kutahya-Journev from sjsmstnntlnople to Hrousn?Interview with Detnblnskl, To On Editor of TJie Trib?ne : Brocsa, Aiia Minor, Tburaday, April 11. Being now on my way to visit Kossut'i and his compatriots held in confinement at Katahya by the Turkish Government, through the dictation of ltos aia and Austria, and knowing that nearly every American feels an interest in the welfare of the exiled Hcngarians, I will ;ond you slight scotches of my travels in Asiaiio Tarkoy, with an account of the situation of the refugees, should I roach their place of exdo in safaly. I desire, if possible, to know personally tho man whose gonius inspirod the people of his nation to such heroic deeds ; Whose glowing eloquenco and eelfdonying patri? otism have won for him tho admiration and sym patby of tho world. Ou Tuesday morning, the !?th, I took passage on board a small Turkish steamer which runs on th9 Bea of Marmora to Oocnlib, a small town situated on the upper part of the Gulf of Mondania, about alxty miles from Constantinople Another trav? eler, Mr. JTisko of New-Hampshire, whom I had met previously in the ICnst, accompanied me. Mr. Brown, the dragoman of the Amorlcan Em? bassy in Constantinople, who, by the way, de starves much prafso for the efforts he is making in i behalf of the Hungarian refugees in Turkey, pro tided mo with a teskerr, or Turkish passport, neces ?ary for the journey. As wo sailed out of tho Goldon Horn and Uos. pborus into the Propontis, ttie view of Constanti? nople, with the morning sun shining upon the mosques and minarets of the city, was truly mag. niQceut. Tho tall cypresses of tho cemeteries standing liko sentinels over the millions of the dead -, the gardens ana a*>r?K|j0 0r t|le Sultan, with St. (Sophia, like another 8t. Peter ?, behind thorn, ihe Bosphorus with its strong ourrent bearing the. dark watera of the Kuxine to tho Propontis, cov ared with ships and steamers of different nations, and the thousand little cdique boats skimming over the surfaoe, whilo before us the islands of the Princes, and afar distant the snowy summits of pid Olympus?all eoadnned to matte a picture whfoh seems like r-ome beautiful vision. It sur? passes even the Bay of Naples. But you must not approach too closely a portion of the picture* else tho pootry of the scone will be lost. An En. glish traveler, when he had tons viewed Constan? tinople from a distance, refused to land because he know that the charm would be dissolved when ho ?tepped on shore. No description can give you an adecraal? iiie* of Um Ritt? txrnl wretchedneas Of most Turkish towns, their narrow dirty strscts or lanes, filled with howling dogs and dead animals of various kinds, lying undisturbed, to add to tho other perfumes tbat greet you on every side. Wo are apt, In our imagination, to picture the Orient and Oriental life as lull of poetry and beauty, and indoed the East is beautiful in all that pertains to nature, but when you mingle with the people you find no culture, no intellectual energy, no love for art, no ser.se of the beautiful nor interest in anything which elevates man?everything is dead. Turkey has no poet nor living writer of any kind, and as to the great reforms which are said to bo going ou under tho administration of the reigning ultan, we may pethapa speak of thorn horeafter The weather was delightful and the deck of our little steamer was crowded with Turks and Amer? icans reclining on cushions and smoking their chi bottkt or long pipes of the E ast. A turk would sooner start on a journey without mouey than with? out his chibouk or narguilt. The latter is tho cel? ebrated Persian water pipe called by the English travelers hubble-bubbles, from the noise of tho water aa the smoko is drawn through it Although the whole nation smokea there is no word in the Turkish language equivalent to the term smoke in English; they say, " Will you drink a pipe," us? ing tho same expression as"when they ask you to drink a glass of water. In the cabin a rich old Turk had locked up the Women of his harem, oonsisting of several dark eyed girls, of whom wo obtained but scanty glimpaes. They were guarded by a fat looking eunuch whose, ahrlll, cracked voice sounded like a bad elarionette. He waa the picture of humility and stupidity, and when be addressed his master he kissed his band and then pressed it to his own forehead in token of respect. When the steamer arrived at Getulik the girls were brought on deck to be taken on shore. and while passing they j seenced as anxious to look at us Pranks as we were j to observe them closely. Thoy were quite young, with dark hair and fair complexion, as much as could be seen, for their faces were covered with tho fatkmae, or gauze veil common to tbe East. Their liquid oy es had the peculiar almond? like shape which is a general characteristic of Oriental women. They looked as if they would like to extend tboir ?' area of freedom" and enjoy more liberty ; nor did they seem to have much affection for their liege lord and toaster. In tho afternoon we landed at Gomlik, a kind of 1 naval station, as tho name Indicates in Turkish, a M place of ships,'' and wo were eoon surrounded 1 by long bearded Turks acd raacaliy looking Greeks, Who wanted to hire us horses for our i rurney. A young Greek of Corfu, named .lorry, whom we had employed as ?srvant in Constantinople, at length found four nays with a surudgeo or guide to cross the mountains to Brousa, d:stant about six hours' ride?all dis:an.\* beiNg reckoned by hours in the Ksst. Our sUeda, although cot Arabians, wero just fitted for su^ h traveling, sure-footed as mules on tho mountain path, for in all Turkey tbere are no roads, except the tracks made by horses and camels. Tho Turkish horses are shod with a flat plate of irun which covers tho entire bottom of tho hoof. On our way we wcrv joined by a young Turk on horseback, who was th.? carrier of letters from Conatintinople to the city of Bmusa, for the con? venience of the Franks and Armenians, as the Turks themselves have but littla correspondence. He was wall mounted and armed, and seemed am? bitious to have a steeple ohase with some ono of us, in which we finally glided him, since it was ne? cessary to tide with speed to reach Brousa that j night For a long lime it was nea-ly neck aod i neck, over hili, through defiles, and among young j forest trees, whose branches would sometimes 'i?ar | ly dr*g us from our saddles, but tbe ciai? once fairly commenced in the descent from the highest rrs<-><.iitain rtrgo twelve miles distant f-om tho end ofourk-urney and the interest kept increasing un? til we reached tbe pates of the city. The Turk ?boating "haideel kaidee/"?hatten, faster' ? struck his broad Turkish stirrops against bll horse's ?ides, ai d dashed d twn the mountain like a mad? man, sre by his side, tho horses never hung their footing or a mornent, whereas an ordinary horse, not tccostomed to su.h traveling, would have most likely broken his own and bis rider's neck in sach a descent. The only accident that occurred hap? pened to our Greek servant, who broke both his stirrups looie in the race, apd was pitched some feet ar.-ad of hi* st?e'', without any serious injury. We arrived here in the night, and rode throagfa the narrow gloomy streets, burked at by hundreds of dogs, which in ail Turkish towns form a iarge portion of the population. Tuo Turks never kill tbem, because they are tho only street cleaner* of j their ciiic?. Tbe ?treeta of ?rou?a are, however, washed clean by the streams from Mount Olympus, whose lofty sides almost overhang the city, which extends three or fonr miles along the foot of the | moantain. We rode through the whole length of the city, and aligrted at an Italian !o:andg, kept by one of tbe refueeeB from the Roman revolution, whose little German wire, Marietta, aeon prepared u* a delicious sapper, with a bottle of real Olympic wine?the same, perhaps, that old Jupiter used to drink, and call it nectar. In the morning we refreshed ourselves in the Warnsaths near the city, wbich have been cela brat..S&,r centuries. Warm rnin-ral waters gush? ing out of the mountain like small rives, over which are erected splendid establishments for bath? ing, afford opportunity for a!l Citizens and stranger* who make these batha their da'ly resort. Cold stream* also from the mows of Olympus permit yon to have the water at any temperature. The Turkish bath is truly a luxury, yet s'raogers at iir?t are reluctant to undergo it. You are led from or e apartment to another gettiog warmer ar.d warmer, until the perspiration runs off you in streams, then a half c.othed Turk places you on a marble slab like a broad tombstone and commences vario'is manipulations, such as puliing and cracking your joints, preesirig your borty, a* if he wori> about to make y ;u into u loaf o! bread, rubbing you with brutber, and com ludea by pouring cold wat>:. over your person; thin wrapping you in large sheets, he places you on ? co-ich with a Narguiie and coffee, :o produce the r-aif dreamy state so pleasing to the 'f uihs. We toped to Iii d K- ssuth and the rest of the em'.g.:.tier, but all havo been reu oved to Kutahya except (5'TierBl Dembiriski. The Polish veteran refused to go a step lurther into the iute.ior ofAsia Minor, orol tho Turkish Go^ernm-Jiit at length yielded to h s Hrmnef*. He is kept in tolerably strict confinement, but is sometimes permitted to go out vu'h gu?rda attending him. We visited him in company :n D. S&ndison, Esq. the English Consul at Biousb, who is one of the warme?t friends of the exiles Dembinski received us with mach cordiality in the small chamber allotted to h>m in n. boiloing. formerly the robidenr,e of the Pasha Ho co'ivi-rsea fluently iu French and Ger? man, and spoke 5?;th admiration of America, yet aaid that when liberated again ho would prefer Paris ss n place of residence rather than go to America. Although he did not say much in regard to the oth? er generals and leaders in the Hungarian straggle, it was evident bow mach he felt enraged at the conduct of G?rgey, not only for his treachery to the Hungarian oauie, but for tho affair between h mielf and G?rgt-y, when toe latter, though hut a subordinate < llicer, arrested hu commander Dam bi.-j?k: and rni?( <1 matiny in tho army ntjainat him To retsin quirt in the army Kossuth was com? pelled to withdraw tho command from Dembinski, | whereas had be arrested GeOrgey, and executed him for his cm duct, Hungary might fiavo rot jet been conquered. But Kossuth's nature mado him always refuse to shed any man's blood. Dembinski appnars to be about sixty years of age, not very tail but stoutly built, with whitish hair and long beard. He looks strong and . igorous, a* if be cou.'d still fleht a hundred battles wi'.h Austria tr Russia. We took leave of him. promis? ing to call on our return from Kutahya, from which place you may expect other letter*. i . r. CALIFORNIA. Tbe Outbreak nt tlacramento City. Correspondence of The T/llmne. (Office Pacific New*, ( San Francisco, Au^ 15?noon ) Dear Mr. Greelky : The extra stekmer odi tion of the A't ics, which in ting moment isaue'i, will convey to yoa rat ist painful intelligence. Tho long portended storm which hang over 8ac ramento, has burst. Bloo 1 has been spilled, and it may be before thin that the city is in ashes. You are perfectly familiar with tuo wholo ques? tion of Butttr's claim to ihe land on which that town is situated, and with all questions ariaingout of it. Be assured that there are two sides to the story ; and that both will yet be heard. For ourselves, we feel bound to give facts as they transpire, and to watch tho leading ol events. Buttoonowho oamo hithor jnoru tbao a year ago, and enterod thi* then now country, as we supposed on equal footing with ail other* who came there, and soon after ft appears somewhat strange to behold what is now taking place. The title to the lands in and around Sacramento is either In the United State* or in Butter. We think the claim of the latter a valid one, and Uiatlhe squatters are in fault. But certainly wrang ht* been done by the Courts j in refusing an appeal to be taken in any cas?. Aud, | orobably, the whole outbreak might have been orbvanted had such an appeal been granted.? There are those, however, who differ in opinion as to this The atrife has been months fermenting, and may not ea?ily be quieted. The aensation which will be prodaced in tho States by this new* will he, as it ic in this city, profound. ('binam gentium tumus ??are wo with? in or without the Republic ' Are the law* of the 1'nited States to be extended over us7 or are wo to establish a supremacy for ourselves s We can? not live in this auamo.'oua condition much longer, (hat is certain. All other topica of informat!on seemed to be ab? sorbed to day by the one great topic, as above. The " California Guards,'' a company of infantry, from this city, it is stated, have gone to Sacramen? to thi* morning. Requiaitiona for arms, ,Vc. have been made upon parties here. An express has gone to Ban Jose. We have sent a reporter to the scene of action, who will give us full particulars, bat not in season for thi* atoamer. Meantime, you at home, as we dow here at this moment, must remain in anxious suspense. In hasie, ' c. W. B. HAVANA Arrival of Vroepa?Httll.Rnltlnit. Correspondence of Tha Tribune. Havana, Tuesday, Sept. 17. Mturt. GrerUi <V McKlrath i The new arrangement of the English West-In? dia Mail Steamer Company made its opening here in good time by the arrival of the Conway, Capt. Wooliey, on the morning of the 11thinst iduo 18?H 'rem St. Thomas and Jamaica, leaving the evening of the same day for Ba?se, Honduras, bringing date* to the 17th August from London. On the morn'ng of the 12th arrived her Maje*. ty s transport-bark Saint Cecilia, Com. Ojida, from Cadiz, with the dnitingui?hed Lieutenant Genera! Don Mandl Enna and his lady, and the Brigadier Dos Jdas Pavia, Governor of Matanzas, and lady, ss passengers ; other olh'oers of the Spanish Army who have been familiar with active service in the earliest troubles, were also passengers, and 327 solcters of the Regiment of Ceuta. The Madrid papers give the announcement of orders for the formation oi lour battalions of Infantry, a thousand strong each, for the Island of Cuba, and intimation of four squadrons of moanted men, one brigade of artillery, and a company of sappers, in addition, to augment the protective force here. Gen Concha is said to have been occupied with these matters but we do not suppose that he will be detained long from hi* post thereby. General B.isa, dot second in officiaJ position acd responsibility to the Captain Genera), and his successor in caaeofdeath abjence. or inability, under the lsw, i? spoken of ks s good soldier, and strikes ali favorably who have opportunity ol approach. The town o' Cardenas, on the night of the 12th instant, was the scene of a tire resulting in the loss of several buildings. The daif-3r wa* imminent that a la-ge prtion of the city would be destroyed, Wreinsry exe-coo? ?.f tr.e citizons, assisted by the troops and authorities. Tbe Fell amusements?' bull baiting "?have been about two week* in bias: at Regia aui tb.3 exquisite tsste o( the e-.-ntle Spaniard Has b^en daintily cared for. The openiue of the arena tvas prt-ced by the death fai's of rive horses and one mac?the Chief of the Company. He died la?: w< ek of the wounds received, which is the after zett of the sport, I presume. To be jast. I do not heheve tne highly culti-ated visit these scenes, fjr any taste or enjoyment, as an amosement, and it is long since the ladies have denied their preiec o and countenance to the barbarous sport, a. c. o. The Miearoers? .Uorui! <tj on board tbe FaJcon' Tbe Army, Arc. Corresrondence of Tbe Trlhase. Havana, Welnesdsy, Sept. 13, IJ50. Messrs. Grtdey cy McEhatk : The uncertainty of the departure of the Ohio compelled me toclose my letter yesterday anc place it in the mail. The Falcon with over 400 passengers appears to have been badly provided for in provisions and medics' care as reported by the passengers I have con? versed with, on her route up from Chacress. Many of her passengers were masters cf vessels from the different e&r.tern ports, and where tbe com plaint cornea from intelligent sea faring men, the^e must be some cau;e for it. Eight were committed to the deep tbe day before arrival, and one the rooming she came into port. The names I have heard but have not been able to obtain a iist. Captj. Clark and Macy, from tee State of Maine. I hive heard mentioned as victims to ship-feverorco <iera, and a Mr. Trask oied here last night. The iteam er was relieved from quarantine on condition that ti e sick should be transferred to hospitals on shore, which has been complied with, and they are re? ported as doing well. The Itndirg a passenger on this cosst by Lieut. Porter is explained, as having been done, at tne carnett solicitation of the man, but that does not save the violation of ihe law. If the man wr.a landed at his own suggestion he would be sevsre y putished, for it would throw suspicion upon him of a design not compatible with the pea -e and safety of the Island. He dce> not seem of matena.1, m tellectutiy or physica'dy to perform tbe haz ?rdous duties that would devolve upon a secret agsnt ; and the contradiction or explanation, 1 am sorry to say. hss not found believers with any portion of our population ; and if there is proof of tne matter it would be well for Lt Porter to bring it out, thai ho may not be misjudged. Tbe prepcifcd increase of troops upon tbe Island will carry op the nomma! strength to i'.OOO men, of all arms, which will always give effective force of Bixteen thousand, witn p-opsr manage ment. The fiophia, hark, Danish, from Boston with ice, arrived jesterday , Ion? passage. The brig Anna wen, Aimy, sails lor Wilmi. ctton this m irning Yours, Ci K. 0. Northern Wlscot>?lu The St. Croix Cesncry, We fcave received, says the St. Louit .v.'elii pent: r, the firnt number of a paper with thsabo^e title, pubdtcd by Maasrs. Sexton .V Johnson, r,t Wiilowiiver, a town on the eastern ih'ire of L?ke 8t. Ctoix, in Wisconsin. In announcing the ox pt ted publication of this psper. a few days ago. WO Spoke of it as the third newspaper of the pr->i pe-rocs >oung Territory of Minnesota. It turns out Hint we were mi-?f a'xen as Willowriverii 'ti the Wiiconsin side of the lake St Crnix Wiilowtivf r is the s?*t of justice of St. Croix county, Wisconsin, and is found rt the respeotabie distance of seren hundred and ninety-seven miles North of St I.ouis. Wo do not knov much of the . haracterof the population, n r of its numcers, nor (f the face of the country, not of toe quality of th* soil In that remote Northern country ; but so fir aa tbe 8t. Croix Inquirer throws any light on tb;?e subjects, they make a favorablosho*. for instance, a write" iu the Inquirer, complain? ing of the inadequacy of 'he trail facilities at Wil? lowriver, says that a mail route by tnat point, would run through " the most beautiful part of toe Slate, and Ihe best adapted Ii r farming and lumber? ing of arty part of the Western country." Ac a mrc-tinp of citizons at tiie fads of St Croix 30 miles above Willowriver, an association was formed wl ose object is to suppress the sale of spirituous liqonrs to the Indians, and to cjmiiade ah dealers in intoxicating drinks from its further introduction into the country. And the Inquirer gives the following editorial notice of the crops in that region: Chops is the hVr. Onoix Vau.kt?op both aides ol the St. Croix, the farmr.ia aro gathering an abundant harvest?t la;r rcmunerati in "'jr iocir honest toil. Col Greely, on the West or Minnesota side of Ihe Lake, has harvested his winter wrtcat and rye, which was a stout growth, well fill 1 and free from rust. Mr. F. aUr, also, on the F.crt or Wisconsin side of tho lake, on tin: fvinaekiuniok, has harvested his winter wheat which we saw in the lit Id, ar.d is very good. The eight rowed New-York Corn is ont of the ?pray of the frost, long ears and well filled. Tne Ohio yellow dont ia also repeuing fast, much of it is already lit to grind. A field of reu ac-e?, in Ostola, Wis , 32 miles above, and ow.ied by Mr. An old, which is also the yellow dent, is vary stout; and Mr Bailey, at the mouth of the lake, oh this side, has L5 acres of the yellow dont which he tl inks will yield 50 bushels to the acre. p. u. At dricb, has B acres oi the white dcui, which ;j no* getting hard, altbcueh planted ai lite at tne 25th of Ma;, inJWillowriver, one mile from the village, which wi'l yield from is to 50 bushels per a-ro.? The field wiil average 11 feet in hifht. The crops on Point Douglass. M. T., are very pronilstn/7. i?ats have been hnrvested t"at will yield 45 bush? els per acre. Buckwheat and potatoes yield wail, and all kinds of vegetables are abundant. We End, also, in the columns of the Inquirer many notices of merchants, lawyer*, grteers, doc tori, merchants, lumbermen and tradesmen, and the cuts offive steamboats pulling away and giving j token of the buiinees energies of tnose Northern people. We have read, elsewhere, of the charming fot tur^s of the country i? the distant North. So then, in ail the requisites of a nourishing State?gtod land, good morals, and an industrious popu'aticn?we tind tho Willowriver peopla not wanting \ We look with much pleasuro on the growing importance of the new territories so nigh up on tho i waters of tbe Mississippi. That couutry ii des I tintd to ba very rich, populous, and powerful. lt will seem strange to all of our readers to ha told that the kingdom"of Groat Britain lies farther North than any portion of Minnesota territory, or of Wisconsin. Vet such is the fact. Engiand Ireland, Scotland. Holland. Denmark. Saxony, Po? land, and much of Buasia lies in much higher lati? tudes than Minnesota and Wisconsin, as will be seen by reference to any map. It will readily bo gtanted then that thero is no natural impediment j in the way of our young Northern neighbors. ! It is tbe interest of us iu the West, woo wish to 1 promote tbe wealth and politic?l power of oor sec I tion of the Union, to apread information from ?vary ; part of it, before the country. We shaii. there j fore, in our capacity, take frequent occasions to ex i tract local items from the Willowriver and Minne ? sota papers. Willowriver is about 25 miles East i of 6t Paul, the capital of Minnesota. |3F*Jo Barker, the Mayor of Pittsburgh, is a mocei officer in his treatment of drunkards. He compels them, before leaving his augaat presence, not only to take the temperance pledge, but tc take an oath that they will observe it. We copy the following from a Pittsburgh paper: A man'was brought before Mayor Barker yesterday morning, on the information of his wife, who charged him with having abused her badiy. Afinaoft?was imposed upon him, which he could not pay. He was then ordered to jaii for ten days. But after consulting with his wife and friend's, the Mavor concluded to let him gn. if he would take an oath to drir k no more while living. wi;b which he com? plied and left ihe office. From Halifax.?We have received Halifax pa? pers to the 17th inst. The fact that the Canard Steiders 'rem Liverpool to New York a-o no Ion ger to stop at Hali'ax is announced under the head of '? unweiccme news,' and the peopla of H aJifax are recommended to meet anc; ;nvtte the Col line of American steamers to atop the.--*, orfcring, as an inducement, to bui.'c a wbarl for their use ? A cot u tits from Newfoundland represent the potato crop-aa good and free from rot. A coasting rei?e! had been lost wit? ah han is. A Nbw 8tati ?The Greets B y Advocate savs that the people of the "Upper Peninsula V.f NEW PUBLICATIONS. \~3T " The Principles of Chemistry," trans, ated fron the German of Stockhardt, by C H. Pzirce, is issued it the re^mmerotliti-.ra of Pro :e?'or Borsford, of Harvard Unive-?<'ty, as ag>jJ intiocaction to the itcdy of chemistry. According to this excellent authority, the qualifialtioni ?fthe work, as ate.tt beck foricboolf, are such tut-leave little, if anything, to be desired. 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Lourie, (Robert Carter & Brothers, 12mo. pp. ,: ii by one of tbe Secretaries of the Presbyte? rian Board of Missions, and give* the ro*ultof hi* observation coring a journey to L ahor, the capital of the Sihka, and a residence of four months in tho Himalaya mountain*. It Is intended both as a manual of general information and a* a book ot reference on the earlier hiatorv of tho Missions and measures, by j . It. a l ex\n d er, (-vo pp I - - is a work of great practical value, presenting r. ? mpdete list if the weight* an i measures, an i ftil and mod'm, of all the countries of the world, r eared to tbe standards of the ?htted Stites. I bUll'm n : Wni. Mintfee -V Co. Now-York: Sold by D. Appleton & Co.) Jjff - "The Grown of Life," is the title of a series of discourses by J. ? Williamson, dedi? cated to the believers in God's impartial and elli i ient -,i roe. and embracing some ot tha prinoipal topica of Christian experience and duty. Tney ore written with simplioity and earnestness, and breathe an elevated, hopelal an<: humano spirit. i Boston : James M Uiher, I-.'mo. pp. 70J ) JTp" Wo have received from Harper & Broth? ers vo's 5 sod c of their excellent edition of" Mil Man's Gibbon," which completes tho work it a manner satisfactory to every purchaser. The in? dispensable acdition of a colons aad accurate in? dex enables the reader to gaia possession of its contents with .'treat co ivenience. %jf "Tiii. Manager's Assistant," by Daniel i W. Snell. is a convenient manu.il for th? cotton mat ufacturer. contain'ng a variety of tables and formula*, together with practical direction* for the principal operation* of a mill. (Hartford: Case. Tiffany .V Co.) ____ Rr*" " A Compendium op Mercantile Law," by the late William Smith, i? a new ar.dgroatly enlsrged edition of that standard legal work, in? ducing the cases published previously to the au thor's death at the do?e of tho year 19tj. (New York: D Appleton A Co. (3vo. pp. 7VJ. 0?= " History of Darias the Great" form* a new volume of the popular historical! aerie* by Jacob Ar-noTT. (Harper A Brothers ) To the Editor of The Tribune : The Commercial Advertiser of Sept 20 has one of Its u*ual sneers at the " ' better time ' which has been so long upon its journey hitherwird;" and in the very same column, in an article on " The Pro? gress of Christianity in Turkey," it bails "a fact" which it relates ' as an omea of the establishment o' Christianity at no v:ry distant period among all the nations of the earth, and their con*equent advancement in the *cale of ? iviiization." VY'ho can doubt, alter thi*, that the ' better time" Is indeed " coming 1" The Falling in of the Albion Mines ? We have received from Mr. Norton, American Consul at Pictou, Nova Scotia, the particulars of the disaster at the coa! mines near that place. It appear* that, for several days previous to the oc? currence, the workmen had observed symptoms of weafcnass in ?ome porionsof the roof, indicated by the failing off of tlakes of coal from the top of the working*. Precautions were immediately resorted to by the superintendent, and large props were em 1 ployed to anpport the roof in *uch place* as any suspicion* were attached to: but the?e precau? tions proved unavailing. Early on the morning of the lGth in*t, when all the workmen were fortu? nately a; breakfast above ground, a large portion of the roof fell and completely choked up the working*, burying beneath it ali the workmen's tool*, and the railway laid o'own from tho various boards to theshaft The extent of the workiags thus destroyed is about thirteen acres. Tnose por titns of the mice not fallen in will, :'jr a while, have to be abandoned, is consequence of the dangerous accumulation of tire-damp in the vicinity of the portions destroyed. We learn, however, that this accident will not materially iuterfere with the shipping of coal. There is a sufficient quantity of the arucie on the banks to answer ail orders during the present season, and the new srafts that were lately sunk about half a mile from the other have beer, lor some time raising coals. Tne surface of the e-ound shows no evidence of the commotion which has taken place below, except in a variety of crack* or fiacres, vary ing from thesmal'eat per? ceptible *pa:e to four or live inches in width, and in some instance the cracking of the walla and ceil ings of *ome of the workmen's houses. [Boston Atlu. A Qcop.cm ? Fears are entertained, In come qaerce of tne ahienceof a ia-ge number of Repre? sentatives who have paired off thatthe Hoasernay fio : itrelf without a quorum before the cose of the session The mere suggestion of such a p 'Ssibiii ty, at thia moat ictere?tirg and imrortast period cenrot fail to prevent it* a.tual occurrence. Le t^euuwte, Saturday -E ?At it* late session, the pa?*ed arts to incorporate Be fast and Calais A new r:d apportionment of taxes rrude^ Toe amount of the 1 ^ ir'e tax t0 be 351 is $201,377 Teerd**. OVO'! Ii <vlb ? V r"-.-^iii?r.. ?-: PUOi indre?! i Scyle. pant .ar l?r. !*a?vr'? IV susr-l.'?r? i ?faitfJai'*: a?7Tweifte rl acc Di?tti ., pitta, BP" l)r. OoaiihtoD'* Wnnr-Curt Befufrma Snout, No 3 Wen Elevectb-ii ihre? d.>ori En>?o way. a'Ho* X3T u t hrobo TherniHl hyaic-ni of .rledli-Ino (P.-.Turner of New-To.-k. Eutto. j, pili ti\ lm* L'J-.G li A.n it. ?ST Wni*r I ore.-If L NICBOl s, M 8.GOVE NICHOLS, S7 TVesi-Tweny Hants received for full board, or day ireaU a: their residence! C'V. saltations rrnm Id oUer-t ura I naiiloie?? i Ity and too ? try.?Dr Ta*LL receives patients ai the commodious cltj establishment, 15 Lsigbt it. and at Outer Say, L. I. Com? munication dallj between these c!ic?s by sl-amboel a::d Jii;rw?d. General practice attended to. Consultations li. li lm* _ fmr The Ornn?? Mountain Water-Cute, $ aih Orange, Esiex Cour.iy. NewJersev owe hours r Je tiv ihe Mo rlaand Eises Ralirovi. fron toeelty Tueea lab isbn.eat ha? prlva* haihs ?facted to most of the pa? tient's rooms Address Dr CARL LORENZ who baa aac c- 'defl Dr. sieeker, It ihe r.iechc* depaTneniof the Imti ta ton Walters frill w?e the boat at the [joi of Cortlmd. it ?t? A M.an? -I; P. H- _ a'01' rjT Vr Ltitenrr'?i Kar luilrmriry,2J Wa-ren-at. c^ar Brcsdwav, open from ? ul: i, for ire excluatve treat? ment of ear diseases, deafness, dH.'ha-ges from the ear, ard a i unp'f asarit coises Id the head cured in a short time, wlthcut rtik or pain Conan!tatlOB fee $1. by lettrr or nib arwtie. I npaid letters refused 119 lmDStW* Z5T >ew-York *?mie Physo-Wedlca] Society. ? There will be a special Meeting of ihe New-York Stale Pbyao-Medleal Society at the Capitol, ia the City of Alba? ny oc Tneiday, the 8lh of Osioier orxt. lo take Into con? sideration matters of trrrortarce to the 8oci?ty. Punctual aitendance of ,be memberi ia earresuy requeued. By order: P. LAP HAM, M.D. President. ii. M. 3? Kt:r, 8ecr?iary. _ lilil' OTWOtlce.?SANOAMON AND VORbfAN RAIL? ROAD COMPANY.-The annual meeting of the St >ek toldera of the Sangamoc ard Morgan Railroad C-mpany. for the elfcdon of a Board ot Directors and tran?a:tton of other hu?lne??. will be be d ai ins i ilice of the Company, !r the Ctty of New fork (? Banoyer it ) on TJ"i'*ay. ?ih ftHV of October, 1856, at 12 o'clock, M. Poiit open from 12 to 2 o'clock, P.M. The booki of tranifer will be cioied from the 11th to 1510 October, boib tnc.uaive Ri)BER? 80HUYLGR, Pretldent. New-York, Sept. it! 18?0. alt) TakSatOccJo ^WHaon'aliuTinesa utreciory of rotow-YorX City, for 1850-1 ? Thtr?i year of publication; price 50 centi Containing the same* *nd ad.irsaa of all penooa eng;;?-' la bio '' ?">*> ciaaatf-ed under appropriate heading!. jylS Stwtf IQHN t TROW. 1? Ar=-*: tW An Enay und Sufe upoortunliyof Sectirin? n Hoi*cattail.-The United ?r,,iber? Land S iclely pro j ? le -?-.?urirg a village a to within a ImiUieii duiauca of ti ? r ly, a'd a loilti;; i ainung in members The nexi . ei '-m uieeilag takei place al ihe Baker'? Home of Call, |I7 Orard-iL on Tuetday e.enln? next, 8epi 24, al S o'cl'k. A. the terms are ? ) eaiv, merbaticf a-id woralngmen are invlied to aUend and liitpect die articles of Association, an the Society '*tut? member! lo complete II a Dumber pro? pped. VV. PARKER, President Cm at Ks KEr.a, Secretary _ sSSSl* tW Notice? Wheiea! ietiera patent navo been granted loJohnA. W hippie ?.ad Vi m. li. Jones of Boston for the Invention of tak'-ij; Photographie picture! or Daguerreo? types on glais, all per?ona ate ctu?oaod igalnai mlug ihr. sune, aa any Infringement will be rtesli wuh according to H e law made and prtv.?"t P^t?? H?et? for aate on rea S -nable ters. Adreaa Ji.'tlM A. WHIPPLE,?6 Waahlng irn hi Eoiloo. S4 'm ?ST 0'U#Hly'a Telesrmpfc Llaeat. connecting ??'in ai: sectlous cf tho L'nlled Statea. Oonaral otfice, 131 Broadway. Oper, from S in the morning till 11 at nigh!.? \ ?ttors In New-York who ara accuilomed le transacting binlue?! with Ibe O'Reilly Lmei In any lection of lb? United State! will fint* It their lntere?t to leave their dta p.'.lchea al this otbea, to Insure prompt and correct irana ajUslos_ if ?35?' k.t??-d Ualr Uy?, lmo.o?eU H b M iol*; US ttlr or whiikeri the momenljlt (? applied wtthool th? least Uijury?It I* eniliely fre* fioui unplemaol odor, and can b? ??ihed with the urongeat aoap Immedlaieiy It lsapp!l?4 vrnhoul waiting lo dry. ror aal?, *r applied, al BiTcnaa. ?-.'i wir factor? 4 Wall.!! aTlt^aTbaeaiif CLO'mJJtfG. THE AS800IATION OF TAILORS BEO TO INKORM their friend! and the public lhat they have opened a atore for the lalo of ready-made clotbJng ai the BOWERY, NO 7. They have a nock of harve? and Winter good! on haa i, and aro able to colt the Uutei and want! of their customers al ihe ihorteil letter, and cheaper than ony other enabllih ment in the trade. al t 2w* lI.I.IAitl IIIt10HAL<;il, Me-chaut Tailor, of 1 Vesey-st Aiior lir.u ?, begt leave to Inform bli fileLdi ai.d the public generally that he has juil returned from a builneii trip lo Europe wDore he vlallej the best maiiufartorlei thai could be found, acd froia which be ob tained Cloih?, Ca?iiiiiere?, Silk and Cathmere Veiltug?, of lire heal faiirlc Ibai can He produced, and cf ilio veij laleil ar..t ino,i apprt ved Hylea. lie would call aiiemlou to Ulla fact and thinta he may venture to ?ay Ural be tin a ?lyto of go, d? now In hl? ttore ibai cannot be excelled by any other e.iablijhirient in ibeclty of New-York, al l ImeoaBTuATh' M- HA? NEXT!! rTlE JOURNEYMEN TAIL OK8' CO-OPERATIVE L'NION TAILORING E8. fABLlSHME'T, 134 N?. ?*u it. one door ?nuth of Beek n an, li now open for boalaess and public ImpectioB. Thry Invite their fellow artlian and citizens lo cfa hud a gar? niert from a ipkcdtd assorted it 'ck of Kall und Woiter C-ood#. Every g?rmenl li wRrrinted to til, and made In d e moal faahUTi-.ble, dU'at'le nyle We ny In a word, come and lee what working me.-binlci have done, can and will do |il3 Im" N. B. 13-1 Nanan it 050 door innih of Reekman Ari'ltstNVM1.1 HKA If. Y.-Tda General So ' le.) ot fetacaanlc* and Tradeimen leitroaaof affording magnates facility and encouragement loth* Apprentice* of Meeds' In. for thetiiip'OV-mer.i ofihalr mlada daring tho pe. rl' < of thel' apprentlceahlp, by ibeiKcnpattoc of ihelr lelrar? hours lo plenaul s':d l^i'.nicllTo reading aud atndy, nlb? it u. in the t.lle amusements and debasing aaaoclaitoiu: sf L-e City, have., dtrtag '.he receii of the Library, made met Improvement In their building, ihe Mechanic! Uall, u ?Iii give the ApprenUcei lh? advauUfe! of a large spac* In ih? Library, convenltntly filled up and luppilod wli? p rlodicala, Ac for reading during Uro evinlng? In additiv? 1' the giatii'.loui me of li.e Bo.ikaof the Llbrarj f hn removal of the Library to tho aecoud ilory of m? Uall, w'.th a pleasant and convenient entrance oc Bro*-i way, orTeri additional Inducement! for ail Apprentlcei I* a nnrsc" the ailvwiage! "rhlcb ihe liberal philanthropy ? i n Hor\ i-j baa provided, and protferi freely lor Iba oae si a : who furelah the recnlred gaarantet for tha car* and aaft r -iura of the books That the young Mechanic may no., be d?pr.ra.i of lb* ?> portnnlty of Improvement ai the exptradon of bjj appro t d eiblp, Journeymen and otheri ?rill hereitflar b? allowkc 0 0 uie of the Apprentices' Lllirary, including tha Library b-qoea'hed 10 ihe Sccten by ihe late Benjamin De M!.". a >d to which Iba bequests of other members of hl?f%n"'y v. II enable tbe Society 10 make freqnenl addiUcns for Um iruall charge of one duller per year. itemnen of tbe Society iand Iba *? '.:.,-. of decease n-.emberi wlii find th? Llbrarr cooTenlact'.y a.xe*albls !a, the femalei of their families, vrho may now nar?clpii? |j Its advantages. The Llnrary wtii be reopened al t?e SSechaAilci' Heii. VI ^roedws3, on ?ionday evenin? the l*lh 8?piemov.', ajj.i ui.tu every eveemg duriag Ihe week from 6 u> 9 o'cl^'t Tot- Reading. Koom! ol ;he Society will ne open avary evening from 5 10 10 o'clock. Members wli) ftrd ihe iilad foreign ceiaapapiirs on the ublei, open the arrival of lb> ?.?amen wee?:y from Eerope. By order of tha Llbrs;-) tommlnee. JAMEB V'AR NORDEN, Chalrma? lout C. Swim, Llbrai-laa. il9 11l t-A/ I RAVVBUCKO? I PHUL8-TERY HOUSE and ** ? bhlp-Purnlibing Wareroorm. 353 Grand iL :i?w Vor?, where will be found a complete Mionrneut of 1-.? t illowlng article* feathers, hair, mrm and bulk: also, bedi, mailreaiei. psiilawe* and cushions; aim bedsteads of every descrlpl! .1 viz pater.l icrew, Iron Joint, loci Join, iron icrew, coltago and iruodle, con, ic ; alto, a sol?adld variety o( trladow iha/ies, paper hangings, bur? den, kc. Mr C. would call particular aitecuoo m his new style of hair ai:d spring matirciies N B ?Old beds and mattresses renovated and made over equal 10 no*, by aoSl im" W. CRAW8UCK. *5? Grand-it. rPO BOOKBIMJEKS.?For ssie, one of Hlckocara 1 improved ru.ing machines, and one of Edwards'! paled pec-lifters for stnaing the red dnes In ruling.? Binders'Lea'her of every description, consisting in part of Eng iiD colored iktvers, Krench Turkev Morocco, Rus? sia red leather, and Freeh, German and American marrila paper P?nale by JAME.S COOK, il.? 2w" 5(WHPaarl-!t PaTKt'L'HHION CAJP? of al! ktnda; WaJker-i, Eiey'a, Westley Richards', Coi'a, Slarsey'a, kc kc. Gun Wad. ding, Shoi Ponchea, Powder and Liquor Plaska, Uanilng and Sportsnwic'a Knlvea, in greel variety Also, sole Ageau Sor tSJay'i PateW v-"r? end Uciverial Snoi Cartrldgea. ?TR.ANCI8 TOMES k 80NB, Je? eodD* * Mtldeo-ian*. New-York EXTRACT OF I. Ot; WOO Hand Cat Dye Woods of uoe first quality, manufactured by the tiepperiiam Mills, for sale at ice lowest market price, by the mancfac. tc-ers. aa29 3meod" RUSBKLL k BTILE8, 115 Wster-st. I^O HfORTeiJlStN.-PlNE DOUBLE SUNS.-A fresh ajsorunect of English Doable Guca, snivii'.? tf the season, expressly for partridge, qua)! tc-1 wooicoek jhooitng. ion* ?ery Sae, tuat leceived by 7RANCIB TOMES ?. BON*, JaM aodtf_l Maiden-lane, N'.w-York. ROOF IN G-G OOD WIN'S PATENT CE.MENT SHEATHING makes a tight; cheap, ugbi and durable Roof. Done on rough plank tor 4j centsper foot; over Un or shingles, 3^ cents ana warranted. Office, 124 Canal iL cor. Laurena. all2S imeo-J 1 Sf*RS. PHO^cll de WES.MAM. 11 Spruce-si maxufaclnrers of Initrumenls tn Uie varloui iclentific profesiiocs, are prepared to famish Piraielee's adding In auumen? of superior finish. sW 6mod" COCOA HHK?.LS--28|bagi. fresh. Just recalvasj roreaia b? 8*fiSE?ER & lfOuNa. lh 6taths?et, wants. ?*i who hit ?>?, , k. ?du is wuj1q, l0 tii.n preferrei ?V IV.1 ???:?. / K .1 11? ,.flj* e;..V II d ?djrrss S? Jp ;v/>.H\>i. < ???? - tore-HJaatfS - f Kid enl f - trrt?f<t fr?* -;? * aodast cts ? ? i ?' 'UjlBf lo won fmodwia ?.V? Apr * ??. - at toe efics oi SosLm'uUatn? BmtyraHor. to li*fw> ^ "K"?_? t\/AATftll A:- SC?V0 ?.!..! loteiligOTt lad. f-McTTTSH ? ' yeartoftge to attend In i flora Referwae>| ,T quired 1d:<vi: RICE * SMI Tri !), 727 rtrotdway, s23Si?_er of Waren? place, Vy anVi-'n-TrL.^ ... TuT eo?*?uc en to canvass Be city aod -r.?.tt-Ht ..?r a L- ? ln?y. ?r< e Co,' p.nr A lib-ral e -nipi-nnllon Will be %. u??i. Addrettbox 871 New Tork Pott Office ?235? A ntkd g UM' -In Sr< a n a poclel Dooa contawlsg paperitf a Jro value to ihe finder. A reward will be paid to the |, llverer. 153 Wildau ??(. s.JJi Iboarding. D OARD?Two or thr'e eentlemeo desiring ? pleuttj aShoue with arc unmodatlon, cm bav* a larn r'e?*a.M fuitii?h'T< or otfmnlsned (root room ob the seen] f.o .-, wi:h or without t ? back ro. m.?nd hretkfkslalaat? -lib tea nan dt*-??? * ? - week. i R.vii gl . .,; c.' r tre! a-u t leaaani., cation ?13 tretet** |>OAUD WANTED to s pleasant neighborhood Dife Thl'teer in Ward for ? gentleman, wife aod eafll wl:b an onfnrnl?bed room, or room ted bedroom tit man to dine d wn tOWfl Prlvtlefamllv aril rv:i tmaj, f?n preferred adJieu. with location, I. L ? Pr.ha^j <- See_?23 it i Bo.v it l> at ,VJ BP. KK.I1 AW-ST. with anvatai? u'ei walk of Will-tt or no Cttj Ball; a leotletota and wife en b*well accommodated wi n i Urge froat room Is ;he second at ore, wtth par tri atixchtd. a:i> s?t?. ra single ;;eni erren osu ' e a.-coucaicdiile? . s.'3 3i? 1> oaftl) WARffl 1>- Kor ageub-meo, wtretjduTrtt LPchlldrf-n. (4. 6 and 8 yean of b^h) with froal chamNtt tr.l bei*>room a'joiFlne. In s p'eaaatt io.-alliy, net k ?. M ITnb'U Psrs. and !n a li >u?~ In wblch ilr? Croton wstsr , used. Addiet?, Box 910 City Post Office sajt BOAKO-A sane of rooms wtth p*n:r'es atiaetsedoa the iecond timid also tingle rooHH for gerjtltme? mav be obta'ced by applylog si 'J7 ?prloe-si 2ddoarirt? of Broadway. Warm and cold baths la lh? house, tilSi* UAKU OK LOUIJI.MiX wanted for a Ron?tmi? ? nd his wife A resi:o.-tal. ? fimliy who oliterv? 14, Sa''i s:h preferred. Address L. S. oilica of this paper. s21 3f_ BOAKDIIfsJ?Tolet,witli board, two family roomt a ?0 ?.ccomuiodailons for three tingle gemlemen si rf Murray tt._ ?? l?* uoahd.-Two or three good rooms, with or wliboal Dbtard, ai 65 Krankllu ?1 near Broadway. sl9 lw ROOMS TO I.Kf.wtih ,M.Hr.I. tunable for <eo?i men and their wives, or singlettentieinen. ji 14^ ion-*i. opposite 81. John's Para. ReferetKea eaebauged, t7 hi]" _ BOOMS TU LET WITH liOAtlir.tnone?fi? r'M?,.. ? |( ,-S!i,.T,t In the city, on a itage rouia The best oi references given ar 1 required. Applyttibt fj (1- for nf T'ntrieet ili-?t and Sevenlb-av. Wlrn* AI TKMNHKl) HOOM wMh or without brealfti si d tea. In a smtli cr'.vaie faml y, 10 be let to a stnr!? |tri"enien. Inculre at 286 Pounh-st, opposlie waia|Dj, ton-sijuare. ?I t ?leod* r"ygTtW~\>'KNr hoako ?'anvkd??? Tpn> fmu : ?I tentlemsn d two vnang l?di-s (hit sliin-s,) In A retpectStile ,irlvaie family, wherrt good areornitiods. tbins and a cl eerfu! sr.d corufortt de hi>rn? ean b* ltd ay. 00 reasonable terms Ose :?><:? 00m wiih r'osets. kt and a ple?s?nt slu^.e room. With prlvl'e^e of btlh rrq/ilred. Reference will be ezcbtngrd Address, wlih partlcalsrs, I), p U box 3,0241 Lower rott Office. eJSSf iMN?^TlTK'7.lH'8(IKY frott room (and a^haii room attached K reipilred) with heard to he let Is a rt. ipectable family where the-e are but ftw b<u-ders ; hsst^ ref-reaces >;lven and required. Apply at 183 Ktlt-Broai way t? St* f I 'O LET? In Soaih Brooaiju an unfurnished from jv I lor with pantrlet and gat In the room, suitable fort ft* ;:eiian and lady, lu a family of fow persona Tuehoaftii ?!e;ighlft:!'.7 sltuatod and rrrleiu wllb every mod era ln> proreineut. For particular! Inquire at M Hai i1ton-tt MM lite Dr Stone't Chnrcb. talll i;rii.MMikd siTRp"TiITap'aktmuntsoi 1 ?d llo.'r, wllb batemeul, to rent to a family oflfotir hri'? Apply at 4t>0 Oreenwich'tt near Beach, til ire ltKMt-B<JTAIU.K KKKNO?l^MILY^i?. centiy from Pa it, will b* ready torecelve ftmliltt |Dj ilr gle gentlemen on the'.'d of Bep'tiuhor Evarythlng will !??,?'? ' ? to make a comforttble home, wtth the tdvuitgt of arc|Ulrlr:g a perfect knowledge of the Prench laaimtt. Tfce house It elegantly tilted up ; hot and cold showarhtiis, Cis, heated None but pertont of the tint reapoctahl uy need apply See -nd avenue ?nd Eleventh it. I7U-co9rt. cb nl to Kstlroad ard siaire ||9 lw* WASHING MADE l',ASY for a itr.w ami iMraovKo BVITKM OP EASY WASHINO, and eerllticatei In l-s favor, IIOMBn HV CLKaCYMSN A NO OTHERS sooTrlbui.eof Wednetlay aod ItHf Xiday. This Is the ^reatesi iMraovKu?Nt in HOUtUBJCBRPINQ yet adopted. Call or send to MADAMK BUAViil/T, Pt" lent I.aurdress, 13 tnu-it (second lloor) How Pork ? 19 UtThfrMonliTu* UVXPOKTED Jx\HPETINOS, POR Tllfc FAM, TRADE-. ^?MlT? II LOUNSBj.KY are now i^ceivrng Ifeiir nt. ?C'pilet for the Pall Trade.rotslstlng of ROYAL v-iTE* TRIES, BKUBSBIiB IMPKKItL, THREB-PIiY, I? ORAIN and other CARPETIN'IS, comprHIng out ol tU largest, moat complete and l*air?ble ettortrnenit trtr of? fered lo this market. Their pan-liases being tnaile enlreiy for C ASH, aflorfl them adva.rtnj.ei In ma?ln>; selection! that but few potsasj, and enable* them to sell at the lowest possible prices. English Tapestry i.'arpeia, frnrn Iis to Us per yard. English Brussels Carpett. from Hs to les per yard. English Three-ply Cerpe's, from 7s to l"s per yard. American Tbr??-p!y C?-p?is. from 7s to9s per yard. English and American superfine iDgralu Otrpett, r.a it to7s ptr yard. English and American fine ln."-Bln Carpets, frorjOtoM per yard. Common Ingrain Oarpett, fr"r;i 2s lo it per yard. Also, a large iloct of English and American PliOOl OIL CLOTHS, from S feet 10 2i ft et wide DRL'OOETINOd, 1-4, 12-1 and 18-4 wide, wusi ch ilce assortment of all oibergoodt connecied with Iks trede, equally low. HtdlTU Ji LOUMBBIUtT, sM*2w' UK Pearl-st. sixth Carpel store from Chaihim-tt K. A ROCKWELL, R I d g e Ii e I d , Conn. Office In New Yoik, 21 n Waier tl. Manufsciurer and Dealer tn bit PATENT OLASPS L'OR NEWS PA PPRB, Letten, Bill?, ice. and for it Jl rurlag the bed-clolhet of children to the bedsiead. ?21 lw" A FORTUNE POK EVERY PERS0?. SCRAMBLE'S PATENT PREMIUM 3r.LP-iVt.10H I) Ing, iin>?lLg ledex and ditcbarging Bca'e etlcalsvsi foi warehouttt n Hows, and all others connected with it* weighing of grain or teed* Patented Jul/ 18,13?. Ter? ritory lor sale 00 such conditions that all pertofu purchaa. leg arebouLd to u,aae uior.ey Tblt scale look tee sllter iLedal at the Albany Slate Pair I us I week lam rtadyW dispose of the following Territory, seventy coaollet, In the Bute of New-York (Including the City and'County of Maw York;) Maine. Now-Hampshire, V ermont, Massachasettt, ConcecticnL North and South Carollaa's, fjeorgla. At v ma, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas aod Arkansas Tie above territory will be sold cheap for cash The modal of the scale can lie seen al the National Hotel, Cor?aodl-it. and at Ihe Pacific Hotel, Oreenwlch-sl. whore I can tiwayi be found from ?* A. M. until 6 PM. QEO. W. HOYT, Agent. tlSTw* Dr. O, BUSH, Atslstaflt, PATENT ZINO PAINT. ..Vi*. ?CBBCRl SERB, Agents of Iba Iii?-. :.iX i jlormgand Mining Company, havt r'e.elved frost iWf ?rtioilvi Worki at Newark ? supply of tha Ptlaet ZIM ?rownand Prankllnat? Pal ata, wblck will b* 4lt?o?trlll on rsaaonable inrms. Theae paints contlat ol /a. .saa aui-^i?, Srect t dup.n* brown, up lo a 4eep orange, iad alto black; tad -?*t aximpoted of Ketolllc oxldea, tbelr lattlnf ?ropsrats tu economy tan ba confidently recummendoj. ThU BOBSt ay alto prepares, from ihi tame oxldea, pakits ?a-riitCj VFlaalilo for ihe coating of Iron and -of tin, fcimiaglMsta ?,-otecUon agalnal oxldlxatioa cow known. These palnis, when applied te wood, forra, Use, ITSJB" b'a prorectlon agalntl nre A tnpply of tne Compta/i LeauUful VTjite Oxldt ? Zinc, novr,eo txteriilTely atcl In Parts and ?tlwr ;tfJ * Zarope. as the rrctl valna'.-le tubttltata for w rjts Ittdiss ether del^r'g'se StttatS, '1 V'.ertly oxpecied PtrnJtkJ ttsesobtcrlbars, 3. T. JONUI k ?0 t2 2mot ::B4eTjr-it CAMPHENE AND BURNING PLUID. _ V?y II. ? ?ilT?. 2B1 Orand-it New-York, tftl W "? ?Pullon-iL Brooklyn, Is our authorized agent lotJJJ aale of our Camphene Oealert In tne article woold iOjSl to call and extnilne the article and Inqul e the price buying elsewhere. 11 will be meatu/ed oat In any cats* ?et to itit wigonera at our regular price attoetfc''' piacei. |t7 lm'l J. it 8. EN?LK. HtauttcBW BANKINO HO03E OP J OAROTHEH5 i09 No. 15 WOOO-8T PITTBBUROH, PA S ^l.^KCTIONM madeonai,;n? p^ncipsJ Cltlss* V> the United Blatea Reference In ti"- r Y-r'. vTlEtinw, Lanier V Co 6J Wai'-sl ttJS^ BOOK. BlftUEKia l,IA71I?H,-Tbt saM?*|J hat on hand and It cootiainly recelrtng Kngn'h C3l?v ?ilvers. Colored Calf Skim, French Turkey alorOOesYS ?la Red Leather, Salted Bpil't and Calf Bsint, IOCS vm Ma bio Ptper end every anlc e required for MjS Aiwtys an hand a large ttsontnent of Ooo. Dadi"? ""Vj ror Bars Ikrvers. Blank, 8heep and Law Calf akJU- M of which It ej-ere-d c! tits 'owes: narkel prlcet, by . ao2fltm? U?I'S cmil WOODWORTD'S PATENT HLAMN?^' CrJI.NE-Por righ t 10 ute tblt juttly DJichlr.e In .beccunlles of tioeens, Rlcnino-d. iws^wg Surloll, VVestcfcetter and the other tinc ecnoled la?.. j countlet in New-Yo-k and Northern Penrsylfsnlt HP I t23 3t* JOHN GIBSON, Planing Mlllt.^^lt jVl AJLTINO TILKH.-A very superior loio' 1" I maltlnf diet for aaie la lott to tuli P3r^*?fJW to BAMUEi THOMPSON 4 WEP?*^ auaiss _Vt^-r^ AKDM-tWbales No. Ii MO do. No. 1-?* ** manufacturer'! price*, by iSlfoS** sna CA'. NT 4. D2LEJUCU0" iw sw-?