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| Trom our Kveainf Edition of yesterday.] ?n>t Loaofeco *.eOm?-*le?tto*-A Fr??? lytc-IMn>ylut?rs. Pursuant to a call, a regular meeting of the e.]ua rights party was held at the Military and Civic Hall, corner of Bowery and Broome street*, for the purpose of nominating a County Ticket for the ensuing elec "*Upon this occasion, the room was crowded, the lights were more numerous, both real and metaphorical, in other words, there were more orators and tapers than on the last occasion. Mr. A. Matthews was appointed President, Messrs. B. Foster and David Kilner, vice-presidents, and Silas D. Drake and Edward O. Page, Secretaries. The minutes <?(' the last meeting were read by Alex ander Ming, Jr., and adopted. After which the decli nations of Messrs. Clinton, Roosevelt, Edward J. Webb, Isaac Cockefair, John Wilder, Robert Beatty, George Dixev, and Fenelon Hasbrouck aa candidates for mem bers of Assembly were adopted. Mr. Stephen Hasbrouok obtained permission to read a communication from Mr. N. J. Denison, of England. "Mr. Denison," said Mr. S. Hasbrouck, " is a total stranger to me ; but lie had read of our meeting at the Park en the 16th May, and as 1 was one of the officers on that occasion, he has addressed me as follows : Allow me, although a stranger to you, to express my admiration of your exertions at the meeting which tools place on the lfith May last, in New York, in order to defeat the machinations of the iniquitous and unhappy connection between banks and state. This, sir. is a con summation devoutly to be wished, but with all de ference, allow me to ask whether the torteut of iniquity can l>c stayed, so long as the government consents to take the infernal tag, rag, and bobtail stuff misnamed money, in payment of the taxes. I think not, anil there fore the banks will continue to domineer over the gov ernment and the people, not only in the United States, but also in this country. The motley banks here know that tLov have their foot on the neck of the Chancellor of the Exchequer. They laugh at his awkward wri thing*. his halt laudations and vituperations, more par ticularly against the swindling joint stock banks ? feel ing, as tV.ey do, that he in reality gives value to the winged mischief, and that if his aid were withdrawn, the flimsy, flitting fallacy would fall lifeless to the ground. 1 can scarcely trust inj'self to say what 1 think this nefa rious system will lead to in the United States and in England. However, it appears to me impossible to get rid of it, except by a natural convulsion. Emancipation from such a wicked and demoralizing system, such a na tional degradation, would be cheap at any price. 1 hove opposed the paper system, as far as my sphere of ac tion W'-.uld allow, for the last twenty yeais, being now in my sixty first year. My opinion is. that it ought to fie extirpated, root and branch; although, to humor cliil ?iren who would wish to pretend to have mrtney which they have not. notes as low as fifty pounds might be al lowed to circulate in this country, after a compromise with the public creditors, a reduction of the army and navy, ?*c. 1 am, s r, your very obd't servant, N. J. Den isoit. Daybrook, near Nottingham, 14th July, 1837. This letter was received with loud cheers. At the conclusion, the members proceeeded to ballot. On motion, three tellers were appointed. Stephen Hasbrouck declined nomination as Coroner The number of votes taken, was lo5 last yeur ; the number was about 60. Mr Wiiult arrived loo late to take a very active par in the proceedings, having had a lung job ir. hand, viz. : ?10,000, in bank notes, to christen. The chairman of the corresponding committee of five imndred, for the different states, obtained leave to report Ml the next meeting. The Chairman ? The cause is prospering beyond ex ample. Locofocos are springing up under the suspen sion like mushrooms in a warm September night. A Mr.mhtr ? I wonder whether Bennett's here. He Mid he'd come if we brought our wives and daughters. Ann' her Mttnbe* ? That's the reporter at the end of die table. AUramlrr Miny, Jr. ? Is that the Herald ? Mtmhtr ? Yes ! 1 wonder what he'll say of us ? Alr-i. Miry, Jr. ? Oh, he'll take care vf us. He always takes care of the poor. Levi />. Slamm was in the room. Slamm has been do ing great things in England. At Liverpool be held forth to about ten thousand locofocos. Mr. l'ntf ? I propose that we should make a collection among ourselves to defray the expenses of printing, Ac. The proportion was carried. Mr. Day marched forth with his hat in hand. The locofocos put tlieir hands in to their pockets, and jink, jink, the cash, the beautiful, hard cash, plumped ,nto it. After Mr. Day, like the Sun, had gone from east to west, he found that he had collect ed abont 817, sufficient for the purpose. Butlo! and behold, among the req?cctables, were found three ras cally shin-plasters. A regular loafer found secreted in an honest tavern could not have caused ;i greater excla mation than did the appearance of the loafer rai;*. The locofocos in this instance, dealt mercifully with the n. They were determined that they should go for what tbay could fetch. They accordingly appointed a mem her to sell them by auction ; but the pulpit, where was the auctioneer's pulpit ? Ah! n bright thought; they es py a ladder in a corner of the room ; they crowd to the ?pot . the auctioneer mounts ; he faces tlie loco's with the infernal rags in hand. "Who bids," says he, "for a Newark corporation ?bin plaster ?" N ow the loco's nre shrewd fellow*. If tlieyean turn * en honest |?eiitty by * rascally nliin planter, why, say nothing about it. The Newark seventy-five cents wan knocked down for fifty-two and a half. A good ?pecu lation on the part of the buyer. We do not know how much of the profit* die auctioneer came in fur ; doubt less. a drink. - Who bids for a New Jer*ey City abin plaater ?" " None." ?? What, who bids for Jersey City ? What do you say then to the South Ferry T Tltere'a a chance for you." ?'Ob! oh! oh!" " 'Twont do, no how." The locofocos have, certainly, *o?ie sense. Shortly after this diveitiaement ? which took place while the tellera were marking die vote# ? a party from below came up with a proselyte. How he became so did not appear. Whether it was owing to the lmpoasi* bility of getting change for rags at die bar, or the facility with which the metallic currency purchased liquor, we eouM xot learn ; but this we find, that he became a convert to lcMofocoium in a streak of lightning, which, translated into the vulgar, mean*, all in a moment. 0?r own Mpini'm being, that nothing but a Hurchard. #r a raint julep, could make so important a change ; we put j| down to the mint julep. The convert wi? J K Molton ; he had been, former ly, * Jackson editor, but now he became a pure man, nd ? Iwco. We cnuld ?ot get, from the tone of voice in which he apokc, hi* preciae speech, bntfmm all we could gatltet, it wan something to thit effect: "lima locofoco. (Cheers.) 1 sty I ,m , lomfoco. (Cheers.) 1 am cbnverted. [Cheer*.] 1 w?? convert ed below (in the bar room) all in a moment 1 have b??en arguing against you for years, but I've nothing wore to say I am converted. Give me the book. I'll igo die declaration. There f I'm a locofoco." Truly there was mope joy among the locofoco* over this lamb bt ought into the fold than in all their tribe After thi* exhibition had ceased, the members began to retire, there being no chance of the tellera getting through with the votes on that evening. There can be no sioabt. however, but that their rhoice will fall upon Alex MMler Ming, Jr., for County Clerk. OK K M A IV NUVKR-t romtaat 'apply ha Stteett, Ingots, Mate*, and for ?aip hy D*. LRwim PKuCHTWANAM, ft* r?mn?ed to NoJ CotarUwa* St. OF nu KTli> DR. ILLIOTT, OCULIST. ATTEND* TO W>WI Of THE HUM BYK, AND IMPBBPSCTIOfCB OT THE VISION ONLY. _ PFBOTAOLBI. The Eye examined, and Spectacles adapted to rait the par ticular delect. Ho*r* oi consultation from 11 to 4 o'clock, at tl?* office, 303 Broadway. CT Private "entrance in Plan* street. auM-U Vaalllt Cro*mC?ady, MANUFACTURED II H . URK <? ? K v , INVENTOR AND PROPRIETOR OP" THE RECEIPT 131 WILLIAM STREET, HEW YORK. PHALOV*8 NEW AND SPLENDID STYLE OP HAIR CUTTING, No. 35 Bowkry, aul9-3m* Next door tu the iSoologlcal Institute. irr T OThITE DITOK OK THE HE ltALD? Sir, Thave been attacked for the space of three yearn by asyphiUitic dis ea?e, which made Hie sutler violent pain* in all the articula tion* of aiy body. I had ulcer* in the threat, and the bone* io my head Ix-gan to decay. After having changed different time* of physician*, who could not deliver me from that dread lui disease, 1 had taken the determination of applying to Dr. Ue Zanuon, 44 Courtlandt ?t., who is noted for hi* (Mires oi chronic an, i delicate di.-eases. He agreed to cure me. Alter having undergone a treatment for the space of six tionth?. ac companied by a rigorous dirt, f enjoy at presein a moat tier led health, winch 1 am indebted for to the cure of that skillful physician. My object in publishing this is to be of use to such persons who may be afflicted with the same disease. If they uiay require positive informal k-.ii impacting my health, they oaa adoir* ?* tuemsclvvs to Dr. Do Zanuon, who will make me known chi y to ?uc.h female* wlio might tin 1 themselves in the aaaie ?i>utuk>n a* I have been in. aulR-lin* E. V. MP H A M tPA'l'T* W. T " No. 145 WATER STREET, NEW YOldK. Have o.> h*nj>, and will keep through the season, an extensive assortment of SHOES, BOOTS, NAP AND WOOL HATS? amnucst which will be found 10,000 pair Negro Brogue 12,000 pair men'* Thick Hrogans 3,000 pair men's Thick Boots l/ioo pair i-oy*' Thick Boot* 4,000 iiair Gentlemen's tine Calf, Seal and Morocco Boot* A complete assartmeiit of gentlemen'* fine Calf, Morocco and Seal Brogans, Shoes, Walking and Dancing Pumps. Over Shoes and Slipper* 20,000 pair Ladies' 1'runella, Morocco and Kid Boots, Walk ing Shoes, Slipper* and Sandals 30,000 pair of Youth's, Mioses' and Children's Slices, oi a great variety of patterns. Also, 300?ases Fur and Silk llat* 1A0 do Black, Drab aud Water Proof Wool Hat*, and many other articles in the lini- too numerous to mention in an advertisement? all of which will be sold on the most liberal terms the times willju-tfv. au23fit WFfcSTThAS PA PER t* AN4UJht*?-DOMUOUKT Uli'AMMilU beg leace respectfully to call the attention of tneir friends and the public generally, t<? the new and elegant asKortment tt I goods ju*t received aad opening at their new store, No. 368 Pe arl street, between Frankfort and Hague street*. Consu mer* ami dealers will find, at their establishment, advantages no where else u? be met with, in addition u> their entire new stock of good*. stammers, of the above firm, more generaHv known Wy the appellation of the Three Kmgered Paper Hanger, and who, it I* see dies* u? say, to any hut stranger*, stands unrivalled in the art of paper hanging, both for neatness and despatch, will at tend in perswn as lar a* practicable toal' the work which shall he entrusted to hUcare. mvBl-fim*' ?OOTS-BO?TS.? BO?T AND SHOE STORK.? .LP At MARVIN'S, No. ISO Spring street, is the place where people get the worth of their money In Boots and Shoes. Hi* large store is filled nearly to excess with almost every descrip tion of men's, women's and children's Boots and Shoes. Gen tlemen's fine dres* Boots from 18 to 20 shilling* per pair, in abundance, as good a* any to b? found in the city. A large air soriment of large and small hoys' Boots sold very cheap. 'La die*' and children's Boot*, Shoe* and Slippers of every kind, *ire and quality in common u*e, sold uncommonly lorn, at No. 130 Spring, between Wooster and Lawrence st*., ami where the public will lose nothing by railing'. auM-lm* A" CARD TO TH Kf PUBLIC .?WM. HILL'S tu imitable style of Hair Cuuiog, No. 86 Pearl st, up stairs.? Kor fear of any wrong irupr'-ssioa the public uiay labor under, the subscriber respectfully inlorni them he ha* never belonged to the combination of Uair dressers. Shaving 6 1-4 cent*. jett-Sm* DEACH OUC iAKD AND Mt iHJVLKlLL JL COAL ? Ransom Titreville Si Co. offer their celebrated Peach Orchard and Sc.liuy 14. ill coal at the Hid and welt known Clinton coal yard, No. 158 Monroe, between Rutgers and Jef ferson streets, warrnuted to be of the best quality, and free frwra *late? delivered to any part of the city at the following reduced prices: Broken and screened, and egg sixe, ? - (9 00 per ton Nut, - . 8 00 do. Lehigh, - ... 8 50 do. Mrder* received through the port office, and our box at the office of the Expt ess, corner of Wall and Water streets, or at the coal v?rd, will be promptly attended to. N. B.? Coal by the cargo |7 25 per ton of 224V lbs. aull-Sm 1VJ4# TICK.? AST??Il ilOIJSIC.? The subscribers give no- 1 1? tice that they are prepared to mike arrangements for the wintw with laiii.lif? and single gentlemen wishing hoard.? ] Their accommodation* axl terms thev feel assured will lie sa tUfwrtory. BOY DEN, COLEMAN it STETSON. _Pfew York, Auir. 'JO. 1837. au2fi-2w BOO'l N-UOO tj-BOU ? ? Fashionable low pil ots! Boot Store. ? H. NKWELL respectfully informs tlie pilbl ic that lie ha* taken the (tore Nu. 94 Canal St., comer of WtKwttr, where tie intends keeping a general assurtnsenl of men'* anal lioys' lioots, which he offer* wholesale and retail at reduced puce* for cash. J u?t received from hi? factory, a few caaesof French pump lionts, a prime article lor summer, wkicu for offer* at the reduced price of g&OO. N. B. Constantly on hand, boou for ttW and (17&. iy3M?* ttOMKTHINe NKW POK THE LAD'KK BATTIFKK CAPHJY ? Anew anil superior flavored Candy, nwiu facto red *t the Rnwery Steam Confectionary, and no other place in thl?<"ity. Tht* new Caedy *urpa*ses all othert'cver invented, lor it* superiority of flavor and delicious ne<* of tame, producing nlso a pleasant odor and tweenies* to the breath which no other Canity p?*sr?*e?in th? world. Ladies are respectfully invited to call ami tnste gratii, at No. 203 Bowei y, opposite to Rivingtwn street. huS2 S. W. BRY1IAM. Supt SVSPKNDKU PAPKK W ANr *.? Country Bank Stock will lie ear handed for susjieniled pnper. Apply to aul2-tf. S. D1TNIIAW 53Wallst BL, tC A C H I X ii t* U W O U i < * ? ' The sobaenbor* be in<^ agent* for the *>ile of Boyd and Son* "Chlorate of Lime" tn the United State*, can supply dealers and consumers, to any ? stem, at the lowest market prices. For purity ar.d strength they will l?- round fully equal to any manafactured in this row ?*ry or in Europe. J. CAMPBELL It PERSSE. I?4 tf Nn. IIDk 112 Na??au vtreet. Af'-VltD.? f?H. JACKSO.X i, as added M his Pateui V? gt table Medicated Vapor Rath Establishment, at 2on Ro? - try, genteelly furnished apartments and lioard, with the I tea 01 nurses, provided for invalid* who may wish to put them se| ve* under his medical treatment and his Medicated Vapour Bath*. ie(-tf HARTJIA.X & BinOKALL, M Water street, o?e, for sal?',s lienp for cnsli : AO tub* Welsh Butter, 6*) flrkin* Orange cu dot J 00 kegs low priced, suitable (or bakers; JUjar* Brandy Cheese; 50 kegu da an; Wi do superior do; 40 inairels do do; .40 boxes Pine Applf Cheese; 30 c.-i/-k? Dams, for Lrniiy use: 20 do Shoulders. do do, eqa-d to Burlington. MARTMAN k BIRDSaLl, 0irl? a*d 52 Water stre/>L IKUP HARIAPARII.L A~A? DTk MO^S SYRVP,efa very supernsr quality, manufactured and for ?ale wholesale and retail at the very low price of $4.50 per tlo len, or flOaenU hy the single bottle, and warranted as roud as any ever made in this city, by H GREGORY, 131 William *C N. B. Sarnaparilla on draught at 10a. a gallon, for soda wa ter. au2-tf TO TH ?TlAD! El^Wi^?Mf7 durability and cam Ion combined.? )ust received, I case of 5-4 satin andcbintt figured ramePs bair, an entire new article for ladies rloaks and dre**e*. comprising a complete variety of pattern* and co lor* ?' d undoubtedly the mo?i H"gant and superior article ev er offered to tlie pubh< . Tbe ladles are invited to coll and ex amine Uwim. RELTY k V AH DELIP, :iuJ? Ini* .VI Catliarine rorner ?.f Madison. urSPKNSOKV RAIVDAUKH - -A complei. ? ?7 *ortment <tf silk, mdia rubber and cotton, for sale wholesale or rvtail, at No. 2 Ana st *ii<l STILLIHAJI'H CONCENTRATED COMPOUND SYRUP OP SARSAPARILLA. ? For Kale by the proprte or of the receipt, A. linderhHI, 3B Beekman su; ami by hi* arenU, Dr. Han, Rroadway, corner Chambei-* ?t_; Dr. Ouion, 0raa4 and B?wenrt Re. Syme, Bowery an,< Walker; Sbeiffe lin, 114 Canal sc; Dr. Neely.fith Avenue and Greenwich Lone. For particulars, se.- nibrr il,,- sc-nt*. ^ aaW lm RAMw.-Kmt.ag* country -no ?. 1 1 IUks received ami for sate by J. CAM "BELL k r ERSHR, ati!7 110 and 112 Nasaau street VIBITIltO CARD* ANDdlRDSAT HOKIK, w If yon wi?li a neat Vi*itinc Card, elegantly eneraved and neatly printed on the most approved fashionable style of Cards, you should call at VALENTINE'S, SO John ?treet, corner of William, and examine his specimen*. au2i 3m nUoilTWN 4 AltPINWAhlii M William street, XV offerjfor *ale? 2*0 ounce* sniphate of morpldne, 3 casks Rus*ia isinglass, Soo lb. tanaric acid, 1000 ll>. sup. carlionic soda, t caae* Tarkey opium, With a general assortment of ding* and medicine*. an 16 Tlllfi DRVIL Igrli*con?(date sat on hi* tlirone, And he thonghtof the day* when the worltl was hi* own When men bnd cast off all iheir vinnou* fear* And prayer*, or paalm-singiag, ne'er troubled hi* ear*, And he dffh'd " how ran I mong**t *neh eirtvous'mnn, Tlmse bright dajrsof wickednesa bring hack again j Guilt ha* fled, and with it has gone misery'* stinp, Andiliaease *carreasonl tomy kingdom doth liring." Rat a bright thought soon atnick him, an order he gave Tn huihTa fin-palace right over a grave j Where *plemlor allured To strong potions, and deep. So they drank at the liar? in tbe grave went to sleep. Rat the ang?l who watches tbe wretcneani earth Discover**! the project ereararce it had hinh j And to cure the foulpoison an antidote gave By setting the Tm Plant ju?t ? lose hy the grave. And inatructing mankind in the way ti procure IVs liealtk giving essence unsullied ami pare lie reinired ; a* lie saw th* dark baffled fiend fly, Ami exulting, return'd to hi* borne in the sky. J And nowt Kli xir of Idfe, 'ti* conf>?t. The strong a*t? the purest? the cheapest and heat, I* found at the New York Tea Company'* Store Greenwich street, at two hundred and seventy-four. axil Intend' PI'ATK* N larfe a?anrtrnen| of dlflereni si/e* and pattern door pl?t*, for sale at very reduced prin a, by DP. LEW |ta FKUCHTWANGKR, No. 2 Coartlandt at IT IN aoafonaiiy with ? lawj***l by^ie L?fi Aol tort ibis Suur , on the Public' Adrmniiuralor* id^MT icalale the wvm and d?t?ea of ner*." rent**, reCwe lo (lie property j5? ^foEse to hereby * Wen thai on SjJJ^SLt^wbo may dtoo* perty and effect* otall s?b?ecu . their way to, or in ihi* cuy . ^?^J5^??u?of thto offi?e.aiM! *rri viag Ih ltd* State, are placed under the careeiu ^ not nn.ter ihot oi 1*1 notice* here undeniigoed, in cooaKjuence UierwN. , r^ueau ??? ^ #-kf tofore sent to the^ubic i^tnfatralor my ?? ?ibiecuol a?5?^nr.?sKSs:jfs. a;x^.;^sru.rir:r^^L r-r NKW BilANDKKTHIAN OKKICK, 12 We*i street, ALU ANY (People's Line) WH ARK. ^ f(kra v)>ry ?mple Dr. Braudreth ha* beraUH >1 u wanted to supply TRUK^Sd U IN ID P-U. r? ^rUKtTft. op? (????? '? "* ??'nU,|! 10 10 <"lock " l^SSS'SB-S' convenient. ? ?c,.;...!!*S?Su"r,R"Ndj.,Sep,M??. Mr. Bbnnett,? _ , ?uirilfcl 24th, I perceive jsffiSfSfes winch can be *ul>fctautiated hy i he < ""'I , * tickets and pay hut be <foe# not Uli the v. hy and * h *ere nearly all tortious of countenance, no dou '? ' deserve the disap duct Incoming a gentleman? eat at the flm r.? sr,v.:;s, 5mt caused bin, to be Uhnedout of the diwu.a room. ClnminetU U uHnecevsary . "Foolish ffiffiSd with Exch.,^ Company, ... ? the -ame rate as city bills are e jf 7m PSON , GO* Wall st. ?w* i ' i v X B IT bTS ? For weakness ot' the tolas, pain In Rtheba^St" Theyafl'ord a mechanical support to Ihe back and ioins.give ease and comfort to persons, ol we ' and are of gr ' at service to U.o.e of delicate habit. For wIm ir r mum c ? \ r<-"ular meeting ol the Broil-Boy C.lub KLKpJm ?c ???*. CHA8. THOMPSON, Sec'y. s5"^* qio LKT.? A plea* lint furnished room, with hoafd, jn a J. respectable private family, inquire at N . itreet. ? - . ?17A \tkD A situation a* housekeeper or seamstress, hy W^H-spmable American temale-or would altem 1 to bod. in a smal lamily. Applications addressed to J. W., atthtot fice, witl be attended to. ? Kio^ AKD.-IN FORMATION W 'NTEDT" $20 An Slertr lentlcnan in rather intinn .U^e of IjeJhj. lai.(Utl on Statin Island, on Friday la*t, wi^ JbeCnjWainot the vessel, the Constiiution, trom Liverpom whothe h in. It has lieen ascertained that he lauded at Wh Uhall, twrn taaaajigfl sf statue, M..J on drab cassimere pantal(.ons hUck?Uk^t,dark coat and over coat, brown wi<r, and waikin^ cane, with y bead and name engraved up<>n it. ________ ^,-1 aaa wanted, on twuid anl mortpa^e, for one ^?r ^two ?2,00(1 years, at 7 per ?ent interest on tmoroved proper ly In tli> ciiy worth at bU $10,0(m. Please a ddrm . C. ? hi t.?is odice, wher?- an interview may be had, or ?PPl*?j,5: B.eecker ??. ; ? - T iTtTiiViA i t-suectable lann.y removing to the south, Is ae Asiu.us of obtaining the company .it tady ' who ""^stands inuM.- nnit nther accomplishnieni* well enough n^^'; 1 <iuired. To a l..ily wlio, from bad health or olberwbe, i y wist, to s. ek a soutkern ciimale, ihe present t* a fim' "P'^w". mtv to . itiMin n desirable situation, a* '.he object is ai ' 1 obtain a cwpanton for a young la.ty, anonly liuhtitil cllii.nl*' and at a pl?'.isaut country re*ulence, wnere tl.ere is o-t ihucIi society, as for ihe liw^d The most satisfactory reference wlU be n^rlXS^k'c-rwillU Jirouipiiy aueod^du^^tw Bt?w?sa8?t of Hour) SO ouucea of baked bread lor 1 ??'?J'ng, ^ bakers bread for ?i P?nce,varvmg each week accor^i Monday of flour, whicb the public will be noUfied ewr^onrt y morning. For the convenience of bt. his bread can lie had ol the same sue at Brady's coraer t Orand and SuiVolk si*.; at UoM-nbvry, Bukle) Ic (.o. ISOt- ??. rr>^ street near CaU.aHne market; at ^ Wi ianwk Ca street ;irar Franklin square; at 94J ,c'l"t9" JjE^Vao Cherry Knion" and Delancy streets, Y,.'brADY^ iiVi M 'iO L r-.'l .?The irst and second lofts to let, u S<> 118 Fnlton street, near Na*?au street. From their paH lic locnti...., th.'y are well caWulate.1 for any merrantUe fn.M | ne?^ iy work -li'ii*. and will be let moderate. l?or further lie j fornu..on,-p; ^P^^aITKEN. ! I\H IIO T'S OINTMF SIT FOR THK SALT i I# RIIKTM, Scald Head, Tetters, Ring wo; ms, B rnpUoos ow 1 tUe I ice, neck, hands, ir. This Oh.lment has heen used so i long and ,sso v.ell and lavor.l.ly km.wn dial it to onnecewary ?, tiv much concernme it. The celebrity it has gaiue. has irnluced ihe proprietor U> put it up in n stvle cammensurate with the derwand, ami llK>s. who may l?e arti.cte.l wit h any of | iW*e conn lainta and feel disposed to use it, may r? ly on it* pravi-t" barnile**, pleasant and infallilile. It i* put up nea ly Hi tin boxes, and Ui.it all wlio need may try it, it i* sold Iweaty i. vi i ei t- ihe Ih.x F r side at wholesale and retail hy the pro Sent. N. W. BAURAU, at the Bowery Medicine E5T?oTowWy, New York. /i X.K U Ki WAWTKl) KOH Til E MOUTH k W KMT. \ j Book'llecperK hy ?* ilfiuWI#- enir> only , in <l?>amn<L 1 ne rHil ??,1 winter sales of merchandise at the south ami west of our rontinr nt lln* year, w ill tar exceed in amount tlie gloomy cal cuiationsof our desponding ?pe< ulators ?*f ttie norih T,1?sca" be otabdy proved from the mimlier of book keeper* already rmSoyed thto iikhiIi. at Firm's ortice for instructions in book keeping. No. 174 Broadway ; as also from t be number of or ders received hy Mr. K. to get supplied. Salaries fluctua big Ir "ui eSOO w $1400 per aunum. No student under the age of IS will Ih- received al the aliove office, which 1* now ?i.and open for the reception ol aien only, young or old, who w ill l>e KCOMiplisbed in die da>rte? lime arable, nod qual,fi.d?o roiKluct account*, for any mercantile home in the tradiag * n'^B. Situatiana seasonably procure?l for all aa usual. aul9'm* TUh. AMKttlCAN KXCHAKUhi COMPA NY.? T<? THKPUBI.IC.-By a late act ofth?le*i*la lure ol thin rtate, "ao mack "I Hie reMraining law a* prohibit* individual* or ataociationt from keeping office* of discount and ilepoaite" wa* repealed. Under tin* law an aaaociation Kan I teen f >rineil, under the name of THK AMERICAN RX CIIANMK COMPANY? the object af which ia, l/i pi ovule a tale. a? wi II an profitable place for the depoaile of all inraa of money not let* than twenty-five rent*. OarnfUaU* of depoaile. signed by the Treasurer and Secre tary of the Company, will be mwen to thoae who may make depotiteo. which *hall Mate the time and the tens* of rarh de ponite. Special depoaitea. If on time, will draw interest propor tionate to the amount and time of (investment. Oeneral depo *ite* are ?uch aa may be withdrawn at nay moment, and will not draw inter eat. The money deposited with the Company will be placed In the hand* of the Treaaurer and the other Meaibera of the Board of Manager*, who will invent it in *nch a manner aa to bold tliemaelve* at all tltnea in readineaa to meet the demand* of ilepo*itor?. Aa collateral and additional security for the prompt return of aM kui hh dtpMMi a large amount of real e*tate haa been vest ed in tru?tees? wlm arr entirely di*iatereated ? having no inte n -t W batever, either .tirectlv or indirectly. in the affair* of the Company; the value and proceed* of which will be appropria te d, w> far a* may lie nece?aary, to the full and entire payment ol all dep<<*itp?, anil the iatere?t accruing thereon. Theilf. ,1 of truM. name of trmtee, and all particular* in * bleh depositors liave an inter* ?t. will be exhibited to them at tbe office of the Company, No. 44 Wall at, or at the office of the Kecorder, ia the city of New York. aa7-lm FASHIONABLE MAT ESTABLISHMENT. Bl H D late foreman to, and for many yean connected with Me**r*. LF.ABY h CO. after th? moat nucceasful expe rience In all the branches of hla huxineaa, baring established bimaelf in trade, now offer* to hi* friemla, at hi* aalearoom, No. W Naaaau atreet, comer of Pine, a *nnerlor aaaortinent of Hats el every variety ?! oap, from tUe medium to the plain, which, tn style of model, material and fini*h, ahallbe found anrivalled. lie Inlenil* to aril at B*> -nip- and. hy illlfcllic hi* whole r*re and attention to that tingle ntyle, i* confident of pmdactng an article without any superior, and fashion and utility baving ea tai?it*lied thi* quality aa well for economy and elegance a* du rability, he deem* It an obvioit* advsntag- to tbe public tn con fine anil elegance an durability, lie deem* it an nbvlnn* advan tage tn tin po Mil to confine hi* effort* lit one parpnae intteail of making eaperimenta in eariely. Fearing no Heal in the de partment of ta?t*, he ia willing to entrant him*e|f in competition wi?h any e*tal>lt?limant ia producing thi* article. He ha* made arrangement* for the l-ondon ami Pari* faah ion? with *?meof tlie iteat hoo*ea in thoae citlea, and will alwayi be fir?t in the market with the new Mandard established by foreign taate. BIRD, 13 Na*aan, corner of Pine *treet. aal7-la?* /<OOKK<* ?V?fBW OF MBHCAMTILK Vs PENMANSHIP.? "Thla system la better adapted ta the u*e of achoola and lor bnsineaa parpoae* than any heretofore published, the engraving being a complete imi tation of writing, and deci Jedly more free and eaay of acquire ment than any now in aae." Jc*t pnMiahed and lor *aia by ai? C. HHKPARD, ant Irtwdwajr. . SOOM TO LIT. AfanlikMlUUwNMlo I a fc. . yt ? ? i -i a liaiw |X| _^. ?w?t wwb ivviMP^ii iw|wim Avpy ?* s^v nvmi n* ? si If PU1 I1LK-A beautiful Country 8 the nlluc of Mount Hope, Orange a ^^HYork, contauai of *3 ?ere* of land, wdtr a I Beat, Mutated county, Mew _ , _ i high i tale of cultivation. On (be premises is a modern built twoMory bouse, 28 by 40 feet, with a kitchen 16 by 16 feet, and a wood house barn, fee., iu exce lent repair. Attached to the caine 1* a good More house, 22 by 40 feet, a desirable stand for country business, distant about 28 mile* from Newburgb, at tbe junction of two turnpike road*, one running to Fort (Semis, and tbe other to Hoaesdale, Fa Trie above property posaesie* every convenience for tlie resi dence of a gentleman. Tbe situatiea is one of great beauty commanding a fine and extensive view of the adjacent country. Tbe above will be told low for cash, or exchanged for pro perty in the City of New York or Newburgh. For further purticulars, enquire of WM. H. DODOE. No. 60 Maiden lane, or of the subscriber at Mount Hope. B.DODGE. au25 2w* J-l HOTEL TO LKT OK L.KA81C.?Th? new ]???>? four story Brick Building at South Ferry, Brooklyn. JILmmL Tbe Loag Is Kind Rail ttoad Cars arrive and depart from the daor three times every day, which makes this a great thoroughfare. Kor particular* enquire of A. CAMPBELL, No. 88 Broad st N. Y. The first story of thib house would make two handsome store*? the remainder would make a good boarding house. Also to let cheap, several work shops. __ au2> 1m" MTO LET-56 WATER S ? A OOOD CHANCE.? The Bar, Coffee Room anil Refectory, No. 50 Water street, connected with ti e Pearl Street House. The Furniture, Fixtures and Stores in complete order Apply at the Saloon of Pearl Street House. au22-lin* MTO t-E'C.-'nif upper part of a small two story house, No. 4 Peck Slip, Mutable for an office, for an ar tist, land agent, or any light business, or for a man and liiti wife. No family with children need apply. Rent $150. ? PowtesxioR immediately, O" There will be no other family in the house, the lowerpart beinir ii medical office. au2-y MHOUSK TO LKT, MR FOB SALE.? The new modern built three story house in 9th st. a few doors east of Broad way, being the middle of the three bouses just finished. This house is finished ia the best manner, with a.i the modern improvements, and possession can be had immedi ately. Apply to O. CLARE., 136 Water street. my 16 istf IHEVALL, StUDDAltT <fc CO., No. 14 Couitlamlt street, heg to inform the trade that they have j removed from No. 6 Courtlandt street to the above large and elegant new store, where they have on hand, and are con stantly receiving, fresh supplies of Hatters' Plush and Trim* minus. Also, fancy colored Plashes, for ladies' booneta, which they will sell on accommodating terms. Hats, Caps, Slocks, and Stock Frames, at wholesale. ?12-y BHBWF& OO.'S ONiu P Itii ? II AT STORE.? The subscribers, since the year 1824, have .aimed at furnishing the public with an elegant and sub stantial HAT of the most icraceful form, at the accommodating price of $3. They can sow >ay- that their efforts have been crowned with triumphant success. The Hats manufactured t y them during the last three months, surpass in beauty and finish any heretofore offered, und stand pre-eminent among those of higher prices, worn by the fashionable world. To their patrons they would say ? the quality, as far as may be, is uni form?the price moderate and fixed ? the profit small, and all the sales for cash. 178 Chatham Square, cor. Matt st. myl9-y BROWN k CO. Mew mat Km a a BUMHXBRf. ? JH Short napped and plain Beavers, possessing all the re a?Sw quisitcsof the most costly, at the reduced price of $4.25. The subscriber, after nine ytare practical experience in all tbe branches of h s business, having established himself in trade, now offers to his friends anil the fashionable commu nity, at his Sales Room, No. 3 Hanover street, opposite the Ex change, a superior assortment of Hnts of every variety ol nap from the medium to the plain, which, in point of economy, style of finish, und fashionable appearance, stand unrivalled.? He intends veudinghis hats at tiie fixed and unalterable price of $4.25 cent*, and as the price is so greatly reduced, it pre cludes the possibility of selling unless for cash on delivery; us they are equal in every respect to any sold in tbe city at $5. ? As the subscriber has made some new and useful improves menu in the manufacture of his hat bodies, which cause them to retain their original shape and color, and their being ex tremely light and durable, weighing from 5 to 6 ozs., and as he fears no rival in the department of taste, he hope* his efforts will meet with that success they so justly merit ; and as he will direct his attenti-. n to this style of hats only, he feels confident in producing the most economical, fashionable, and durable hat that is now offered for the examination of a discerning com munity. Arrangements have been made for the reception of the Lon don and Paris fashions, immediately on their introduction among the fashionables of tliose cities. ROWE k CO., No. 3 Hanover st, between Wall and Beaver st, directly opposite tbeExchange. s2-lm* 'pHfc etUBECftilBlCti has received bv the last am va If J. from Europe, an elegant assortment of the undermen tioned erticles, which he offers for sale on the most advantage ous term*, viz ?, Astral Lamps, ia guilt, hronxe, marble and cut glass; hanging lamps, In gilt and bronzed, for oil, gas or candles; tall tamps, in gdt and bronzed, for oil and ens; mantle lamps in gilt and bronzed, cut glass drops, pans and spangles ; gilt stand candela bra* : ladies work boxes and ornamental work tables ; plated candlesticks and branches ; cruet frames ; plated urns, kettles, bottles stands, be. be. ; single and double barrel percussion guns ; pocket, holster, and duelling pistols. t**v$n?-HfcC * F WREAKS. 113 Fulton street A CARD TO LADIES AND GENTLEMEN LADY MONTAGUE'S COMPOUND CHINESE SOAP is prepared from beautiful exotics, and warranted per* fectly innocent It completely eradicates t?n, freckles, pimples, ?pots; redness, and all cutaneous eruptions; gradually realises a clear soft skin; transforms even the most sallow complex ions into radiant whiteness, imparting to it a beautiful juve nib- hlooiu. Gentlemen, after shaving, will find it allay the irritability and smarting pain, and reader tbe skin smooth and pleasant For sale wholesale and retail by A. Underbill, 38 Beekman st.,com? r of William; Dr. Hart, comer of Broadway and Cham bers st Dr. Syme, Bowery, comer Walker st; D. Scheiffelin, 114 Canal st. comer Lawrence st au28-lm NKW TUiiK Lirw INKVKAMCIC ASU TRUST COMPANY.? Person* may effect Insurances with thi* Company oh their own lives, ?r the live# of others, and either lor the whole ?laratiou of life, ?* lor a limited peri od. The payment* of premium may be eillior made annually, or in a gross rant. Premium* on One Hundred Dollars for One Tear. sr ;r tr !sr- ir i vr ir 'ifc 15 # 77 27 1 IS 39 I 57 51 1 91 |ti 0 84 28 1 20 4* 88 102 17 0 fti 29 1 2* 41 1 '? M t 10 |g 0 *9 30 ? 1 31 ? IM M 2 18 lit 0 ;iU 31 1 S2 43 1 8? M * 32 30 0 91 32 133 44 180 56 2 41 21 It 92 33 1 34 45 l?l 57 270 22 0 yl 34 135 46 198 58 3 14 23 6 97 3* 136 47 1 S3 50 3 07 24 0 99 36 1 39 48 1 94 60 4 35 25 1 OA 37 1 43 49 I 95 Money will be received in deposit by the Company, and held la trim, npon which interest wdl be allowed as follow* : vUpon any tuna over $100, irredeemable (or 1 year, 44 per cent. ?? - - Hi* " for 5 no*, 4 per c**>L m ?? - km " lor X mo*, 3 per cent. TRUST E KM. Wm. Bard. Samuel Thompsoe, Thoa. W. Ludlow, l?aac Bronson, Wni. B. Lawrence, Peter Remsen, Jjtcob Lorillard, Stephen W arrvn, John Duer, James Kent, Peter Haraaosy, NatliM Prime, 8. Vkn Kensaellaer, N. Devereaux, John G. C?wt?r, Beai. K newer, Tbo*. Huffern, C. W. Lawrence, H. C. De Rltara, Jonathan Goodhoe, Jame* Ma Bride, John Ratbhone, Jr. P. O. Stuyve.aut, Tbos. J. Oakley, Htepheu Whitney, John J. A?tor, Jobfi Maaoa, Gtriian C. Verplaeck Bery.U Swa*. WML BARD, Prsledent B. A N I COLL, Beeretary. Or. D. ATKHVS. Phvstctnn tn the Co?pane. aX-tf LEECKIR HTRrw.T GAKDKR 255, near Carmine.? JOHN WYBLIE beg* leave to return hi* most Kteful thank* for the very liberal patronaire he ha* received ;e opening the aliove e*talili?hme?t, ami ha* the pleaaure to announce to hi* friend* and the public, that in addition to hia former piemi*e?,he h?* taken in more ground, .ogether with a very numerou* collection of rare and beautiful plant*, Well worth the notice of botanist*. He ha* al?o engaged a very se lect Band of Music, to attend on Tuesday and Thursday evening*. His Confectionary and Ice Cream, are of the first quality, surpassed by none in this city. The most strict order aad decorum is duly observed. Vanilla Cream Candy of the ft neat quality. N. B. Admittance to ihr Garden grat'*. au 12-lm? DAY AMJ KVKKINO SCHOOL,. Corner of Prince Street and Mercer.? The above establishment was re-?pened on Monday, the 28th August. Manter* of eminence in their respective department* are engaged. In the mercan tile branches of education the object I* to prepare the pnnil In the mo?t expedition* manner lor the practice o( the counting bouw, and for this purpose the charge of Arithmetic, Book keeping, ami Mercantile Correspondence has been assifoed to a gentleman who ha? l?een employed for years as bookkf eper and corresponding clerk in bonnes of the first respectability. The session* for penmanship, under the instruction of Mr. Wil liam*. commence at 0, A. M., at 2, P. M., and at 7 In the even ing. Mon*. Giraud, the French Profe**or, attend* <lally, and n? sr win a* a clans Shall have been formed, will attend evenings Mr. Chamberlain fives instruction evenings in English Orani mar and Latin. The department for architectural drawing, I under the instruction of E. J. Webb, architect, will lie 1 >d QW the first Mnn<|*v in October. * SPI-BRDIII KNOL.ISH|luOI rIr?NS llume an Smollet'* History of Bngland Gibbon's Rome , , ... The Works of WHIiam Robertson-containing the History of Scotland, Reign of tlie Bmperor Charles the riltli, and the History of America The work* of the Rev. John Howe Wil*on's French and English Dictionary The above are large octavos, la splendid English binding, f";"irhy C. SHEPARD. J?I2 Broadway. SAUOBBTIBR' PA PHK MILL? OFFICE No. 16 Mpmre street? Now on ?*e^ News? 26*43? 28*41 ? 26*38 ? 26x37?2^x36 ? 24x38) ? 24 x3V 24*34? 22*33 -22*SLvariO'?snualites Medium and half 234*31 L fine. Medium? Itx24, various qualities. Roysl- 20x?t. ?aperi"1; inalities.^ Envelop? >4*36 ? 22*31?20*36 ? 20x30. Wrapping Paper? Double rrawn? crswn. Tea Kper? '?r*p site? ?mall. Orders n?r Printing Paper executed with despatch. Office hour* ? 9 to 2 o'clock ; 4 to S o'clock. HRNRY BARCLAY. WM. BRADFORD, Agent Baa2Seodlm ? lOTH ACHK,- Kreoaote is universally allowed to be the speediest and moat ?ffertoal remedy for this exrnwia __ dlaorder yet discovered. It gives immediate relief, form ng a thm coaarulum over the nerve which protects It from the ; SBt:"hV?TlS 7onTc.pp?i ** ."i ??w.? f? sailer, and is in all respects a first rale conveyaa< ? for freight and Nwucrt Thin ship w.U be fitted up in * superior style, tret cabin excellent furnished accommodations ; second cabtn will be constructed ?m a new plan lor comfort and ease tor respectable puwu^rrs. Steerage accommodation *u pernor to any packet "hip in port , only ret |U ire* inspection to be con vinced ? lay* at pier 13 East River. Drafts as usual on the Roy al Bank of Ireland or sovereigns. Also post notes payable at sight in any part of Ireland. Apply to 104 South street, ll dtOl ROCHK, BROTHERS it C?._ * om. w,lh de?; JM patch.? The very flue coppered sad copper lastenesl ?SfiflKsliip MAT AK EbHETT, Joshua Drew, an Kster, ? egister 481 ton* , light draft of water, and will be to*ed up the Missie fippi by steamboat, will be punctually despatched an above; ? in all respect* a first rate conveyance for freight. For which or passage, having excellent furnished accommodations Mi cabin and steerage, apply lo 105 South st. b ROCHK, BROTHERS k CO. N. B. Goods forwarded from the country to the subscribers will be punctually atttMM to aud shipped free of commission. 1 s2 lm KOK AbiUNv. o'clock. From the foot of Barclay Street.? Tho CHAMPLAIN, tomorrow morning, at 7 From the foot ol C^llandt street. The NORTH AMERICA, tlii ? afternoon, at So'cfoek. The SWALLOW tomorrow atternoon, at 5 o'clock. NOTICE.? All goods, freight, baggage, bank hHls, sped*, or any other kind of propt i\ , taken, sliipped, or pot on tnsra the boats of this line, mu*tbe attherisk of tbe owners of sneh (roods, frei ght, baggage, he. ?5 HAIL HUAD l.lSBFOit BOSTON. K CT* f* VIA NEWPORT AND PROVIDENC* ?From the foot of Marketfteld street, Batte rv place. North River, al 6 o'clock. The RHODE ISLAND will leave tomorrow afternoon, at5 o'clock. freight not received on honrd alter 4 'clock, P. M. Passengers for Boston will take the Rail Komi Cars at Provi . .tei.f immediately on their arrival. See "M nthly Arrange nun." K u. s ItAlh UOAD LINK FOU BOS ? ^ TON, VIA NEWPORT AND PROVI. SaanMWw*- DENCE.? The steamboat LEXINGTON. Captain Vanderhilt, will leave from pier No. 3 N. R. foot of Morris street, on Wednesday afternoon, Sept. ti, at 5 o'clock. Passengers for Boston will be forwarded in the rail road can Immediately on the arrival of the LEXINGTON. ?*,? Freight for Boston forwarded without delay. Forfurthet information inquir?on hoard, or of D. ?. ALLIc:-:, 1 69 South st^ , N. B. All persons are forbid trusting any 011c on accoui 41 the above boat or owner. frit V fin* Sfc rOH UAU'imt.!) The steam C, ,.PS hoai CLEOPATRA, Capt. Reynolds, will JiMKwwXaairivt from Peck Slip. K.H every Tuesday r Thursday and . Saturday afternoon, at 5orlr?h FOR SAG 1IA ?BOR.? The steamboat CI IFTON will be in readiness on arrival of the Cleopatra at Lyme, to convey passengers to Sagharbor wiiiioul delay. Fare through $3. Fsre to New Loudon, $2. Wages willleave Lyme (Bacon's Landing,) immediately on the arrival of tbe Clemutra. For further information, inquire on board, or of D. B. ALLEN, M)9S t.ath st. N. B.? All persons are forbid trusting any one on account of the above boat <>r owners. :yl2 Fit OH PELKNKILL TO NEW YORK.? The slenmlioat OKANGE, Captain Frost, will continue her regular trips from Peekskill to New York on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 10 o'clock, A. M.; Crotsn at 11 o'clock; Sinf Sing at 11| o' clock; and Tarrytown at 12 o'clock, (noon,) landing at the in termediate places. Returning, leave New York Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur days, at 1 o'clock, P. M., landing at the old State Prison wharf. For freight or passage, spply to the captain on lioard, or to S. W. Barney, corner of Chambers and West ts., and to CROOK 6l FOWKS, cor. West and Liberty sts. Peekskill, Aug. 21, 1837. au3dlm ST FOU CAMP MEKTINO AT 1 SING SING ? The steamt?oat ORANGE Cant. Frost, will leave New York, foot o Chambers street at 1 P. M. ? returning leave Sing Sing at 8$ A. M. for New York. s4 BO?fUH AMD PKOVIDENCE RAIL KOAD L1NF, (Vin Newport and Providence.) nTjf?3 nrjiS inSl SEPTEEBER ARRANGEMENT. From New York. _ From Providenet, Rhode Island, Nirragan?ett, Mavachusetts, * * Rhode Island, Narragansett, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Narragansett, Massachusetts, ? * Rho<le Hland, Narraganseit, Massac hasetts, * * Rhode Island, Narragansett, Massachusetts, Friday, Saturday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, 1st, 2d, 4th, Mi, (ith, 7th, 8th, 9th, Monday, 11th, Tuesday, 12th, Wednesday, 13th. Thursday, 14th, Friday t 15th, Saturday, 16th, Monday, 18th, Tuesday, 19th, Wednesday, 50th, Thursday, 21st, Friday, 2?1, Saturday, SSd, Narragansett, Massachusetts. Rhode Island. Narragansett. Massachusetts. sr Jr Rhode Island. Narragansett. Massachusetts. * m Rhode Islands Narragansett. Massachusetts. Rhode Island. Narragansett Massachusetts. * m Rhode Island. Narragansett. Massachusetts. * * Monday, 25th, Rhode Island, Tuesday, 5#th, Narragansett, Wednesday, 27th, Massachusetts, Thursday, 28th Rhode Inland, ?u . . ^ Friday, 2f?th, Narragsasett. Rhode Island, Saturday, 30ih, Massachusetts. Passengers for Boston will take tlte Rail Road Cars at Provi aencr immediately on their arrival. itCT All Merchandise, Specie, and Baggage, at the risk ?f the owners thereof ?4 LONO ISLAND KAIL ROAD. Ob and alter U .e 3.1 nf September, the Can wiH be despatched aa follow*. vix : L?ave Hick*ville. I I^eave Jamaica, I l.? ave Brooklyn, 74 o'clock, A. M. 8J o'clock, A. M. 91 (/cloi k, A. M. 21 ?' p. M. I Si* " P. W. I 4f ?? P. M. Pa**' nger* will be received and Itlt at the ioIIovi In? placet, ?it: Carle Place, Clowesvtlle, De Lancy Avenue, Comieeticmt Avenue, Pennsylvania Avenue, and Bedford. r Ticket* can be bad at the varioua otfic.e*. Putetgin wte lake seats witbani tbent, will becharged one third nir re. au30 BHUAi UllkU AMI. I? A* Nt UOOI. run YOITNO LADIRS, at WKST FARMS. ? The Mi?aea NKWTON liave removed their mhool Irom the city to the pleasant and riourhdiing village of t* r?t Kami*, Wc?uhe*ler count v. They have selected thi* location, not only In consequence o it* pntftfUtl health, lull of lis proximity I" the city, the dia tance not exceedlag eleven mile*. The bottae ia lar^e, airy, and wi ll adapted (oi auch an institution. They are now prepared te receive young Ladle* a* boarder* or day wholnr*. and they iix-iin e ih'it irienos ;nul the public, that nothing shall be wanting on their part to afford every fa ell it v ol instruction and lapnwmwt U> H.# V pupils, and to qualify tbein. hv a liberal an<l accomplished education, for the retpma.de walk* of lite. Tuition comprises a complete Engli'h cour*e, ?u> eraddfd to which are taught tin- French. I' "m -lin-b l..nfcr nae> ?, Mum?, Drawing, anJ Pancaif . If reoulred. Hik'bly re?p? rial, !,? ralei ? 'II "I ' "'n be given |o pa rent" ' r guardian*. I application be made either personally at Ibe village, or by letter directed to the poaiottice, Went Farm*. aul%lm* THE sri OY "P BOOKKItlCPIflG. NO. T4CKDAI* ST.near ftrnmhtin ? C. C. Mar*h rr tpectlullv intorai* the pul.ltc iliat his rwmi aie re-apened for the ?eaion. Me inviu?? all who with to acquire atoned practical knowledge of Bookkeeping to engage in ibe ttndjr under his direction; hi* whole attention has for a longtime lieen devoted to thi* one branch oi education, and he pramitea to thoae who pa?a through the couraeof Instruction marked oat for hi* pupil* a proficiency in the science of account* which will be truly satisfactory and uwrniiawn. Prnape>ctuae? with term* and partk-ulari furnished at lb* room t. Inatruotion given Imth day and evening. C. C. Mar*h s werki for *ale at the room* and book* to ret. aa II I"' f\) I Sit A BLl'8 WOM.KS? The work- of IVUra^Ii; iJ the younger, containing Vivian Grey. The Young Duke. Contarina H. n.in*. The Wondrous Talc ol Alanp, The Riae of |*kander, Henrietta Temple, and Venetia. Complete ia aae volnn-'e. Also, In two volutin-*, Venetia. Directions for < x.kerv lieing a *y*tem of fhe art ia it* varl ont branche* By Mian Lealie, author of Be venty- five Receipt*. The above are juat published and for tale by an3? C. BHEPAAP. *2 Broadway^ TO HOI T11RKN CAPITALISTS*. BUILD ? KRS. ? Tbr New York Granite Company ruliv in Tvite yoar atteation to *awple? of Graaite frtiai their Quarriet, which may l?e ?een at their office, No. * Beekman at Thi* Granite i? of very woenor quality l?eing pare, and free from lor? ipn >ubMai?cea. It* co?i[??n? nt nari* are blend ed in *uch nerlect propartlen* a* to render it lea* destructible and le?? liable to.Uwayor iniary Iroin cipoaure, while campa ratire experiment* have proved thai it *plit? and dre*ae* wMii more ea*e and lex* wa*te, than anv other now in the market. It it of a beautlftil color, lielng darker than the llallow^li aad lighfer than the Qnincy i and, taking n i.. i-nnnertinn f &<'?**? ty, durability, ami comparative cbeapnet*. It will l>a tound well wcarthy the attenlicm af eapitaliato and baildert. I laving several tbf?uiaa<l ton* now quarried, Ibe Compar.r are prepared to execute ordert to any extent at the short rt rot Ice ami will contra t for it* delivery at lower prtott lb? ether alone, of evew inferior ouality, can lie obtained for |W,Uea a^.lroi??ll tn tiw ('fMtttlinw OntefV, ?rfdrftud to llv C'mipiny, br?i change, or to their ' (flee, No. S Beekman tt w ill meet prompt attention. au1?-lm? RDWARD DHVI.R. Agent. Mechanlct' Kg. || t Mantxeit'a Hawa|Na|*?r HaMUlaMMMS?| ? No. 21 l?? stiut. Maaatae Saa*LB? l**ued every m?enine rxce^t Hoaday.? rt?e tvro centa per copy. Connlry *ul?*'eiber*fiirni?hed atlktt ?ante rate, foe aay *peaiftc perlad, on a remittance ia advance. No paper neat out, unle*a p*ld in ad vane ' . ICvr.aiNa IIra*t.o.? r*aoe4 every afternoon at 1 e'rlock : frVe, two eenu per copy. Country *td?^rihen fumitbed at the nme rate. < a*h, in advance. Wxxxi.t HtajiLa? Imaetl every Batunlay morning at alt a* clock. Prive. 6 1-4 cenU per copy. PurnMie<l io country tuhscrilier* at |3 per annnm. in advaace. WtmT IlaaAt.n or P**hion? I?*aed every Wednesday morning at nina o'clock. Prii-e fi| cenit per copy. Fum shed U? country mbscribert at ? i per annum, payable in advaaref Aov?aTttr.M?aT? Inastied in any or all th?ne papert at tk? aaaal rat ea -always payable ia advanoe. Oaaaneoiaoenra ? Are requested lo addreaa theirl etlertt ? raaaea Gordon Beanett proprietor i aad all letierioa baa L be pnat paMU