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TRCTAL MPHl'EliS 1>\ Tilt MKXIi'ANf AM> INOIAKS. ? Sl'K A WKH POMAMHK AOAI> KIKKO INTO BY MBX1CANF (IO\ KKNMKNT OPPICKK WOfKI?ED. ? WAKKOW KW-A.-F ,.r A LADT T A SSBNQKR , ETC. [From the lUo Univo. May AM On the evening of the 1 Ith iust.. Mr. 1 hillip jjocot" ? jwrftout of Bi? I'nuwlf City, whil# flind' i ins behind hio counter, wa * stabbed to the heart and itilori by n Mexican. who had ostensibly came in ti> purchase goods The object of the fellow wa?. no doubt, tc rob the house, ns Mr. Rogers was not known to have an enemy in the world. Another Mexican was uj*>n the watch outside of the house, |)ut b> lb suck eded in making their eseapc to the chapparel Thev wi re discovered almost in the act, and one of the fellow#, in eoming out of the house, Crushed agaii -t a gentleman who, hearing the cry of Mr. Rogers, hastily ran to his assistance. All #flo'ts to discover anu arrest the assassin- have s# far provod abortive. As strange as k may seem abroad this is the tenth niunier which h:i? taken place within the last three weeks 1 rthela-t two months the averago has been three killed per week. N'o man's life is safo from this. Mcxiciui a.-.<i.-?ios for a tingle hour. It lias become u grave question. what is to be clone in this state of thirds? If it should continue, thero will not be an Aim i an on the river in six months. Tki.< is evidently what t he Mexican government de air#1. and this is the means used to accomplish the end. The Mexican government anil its English auxilia ries havo declared that the time should come when rot si bale of goods should cross the l!io lirande into Ilex ico. Mexican officer* of the customs have fre quently exhibited circular letters of instruction iron the department at Mexico, and declared to Amerii an merchant*, that the entry of their goods would be receivtd under such i \*ulutions. and when the tortus of the law have boon strictly complied with, and all it s provisions curried in good faith, the nurcbaudis.. has been seized and confiscated open it h arrival in ti e interior, on the plea that the said officer* bad uo such authority. There can be tie doubt that tb' ise.vowal of the ;>? "t' the offi cers. isasuttled plan t <> cariy out tin l>ig':-h jioli tr of non-interi our.-e wiih the 1'nited State*. and to ruin tbe nieichan. -? ? ? trui;<d in the trade. There is also anoihei r ason lii.-ir: needy t'n varites ore in some way to bt j'iovWed for, without being a bur den up. u tho treusur. ; all thai they can make in this way Irom tin ei.om.v is lawful game. They put tko duties so colicct. <1 in th -ir ow n pockets, or per haps. arid more probably, divide it wit h their mas ters ltisv.ryvil: miown to all American mer chpj t- trading witu Mexico, that tin English aro ?at required to pay th lull amount of duties de mand. <1 from l hem * * * * * Tho xiodii' i (]>rra udi of entering theirown merchan dise i- frequently in tin wise, flic government is in extremity. It uiu-t have half a million of dollar?. English capitali* s are consulted. Th' y are willing to advance the money, provided the invoices which they produeo are p< imittc<l to pass the different custom houses of the republic. These arc hard terms, but the,go\ eminent is obliged to submit, and gifio > ate granted This merchandise is neverseized, although intercd at half price. Were it Am Tic an merchandise, and entered in the sam way, the ease would be different. * * Will it be said tlia ? our government i> unacquaint ed with these fai Is! Will it be said that it isunuc quaintcd with the fin-i that an American merchant, but a few days ago, was killed within the walls of Fort llrown, und almost under the eyes of tho sen triss, by Mexican sol. Mors Iron) the other side of tho river.' Will it be saul that it, is unacquainted with the national indignity lately perpetrated by Mexi cau troops, in firing into the steamer Comanche ? a Meatier having government store* on board at the time, and with a regular contract to transport army supplit uvid troops, which makes her, to all intents andpurposes.il uovernmont vessel! It it plead ig nonuiec of all tin-, we will l.ctc remind It, that the siuivj boat whs again fired into last week, and it cus tom house ofii' ? i lue dii ? i l!i" <ir.i'i' Ci . . Mr. Krad.ihenr. was iin . v v. ? .i- . I* ? Hi- tittle aen was al. i> wounded, >?.. ! ' p . Ir ? 1'ogeis. the wile of tho i ? 1 ? <1 in ? tsen of above, who aiison her vu i,j >,? jo: li ,d, very ?, arrowlv escuj ed a .t, t" f. mr "SEN K1L1.EI' BY A M't.l.V o V )| IMJI.VNS ? AMI M XiriSS | i r in tile American Flu ? v 15 ] It iigniii beeoines our ?!?.:*;, to r. it . (? p.rt of the j iiictratior. ol' auo; i ? :?? ol ol ? . h I ,i.id plui 'l : . wh i l>. ll our i ;i " ? ? true, nould luoro i ? mble the work of fiends iuenrnute than hu man men NVu are informed by u gentleman just arrived in tawn. that, on the evening of the 10th last , a gang ol about forty men, consisting of Ms* iei.ns unci ludiuns. attacked a patty of seven Americans, ?bo were oncruuped rt a lake called Cairpneuus: five ?f those at. the camp are said to have been murdered, and all their property taken into Mexico. Two of the men, fortunately, wore oti tho margin of the lake shooting ducks at the tiiue. and tlie.v suceee'icd in making their escape. These robbers anJ murderers are ?aidt ? hnvecro- ed th? river same toitj milts a'lovc tiiis j.iare, on I'ri daj . the 7th insi . ni it adetachiucutot them openly recio red it i.^.iin soon uftcr perpetrating their hellish deed, bearing nub them, a.- trophies, the rpbt hond of each af their slaughtered victims, alii, the remainder of the t ivuges coolly encumped ou the ground where tin litai-suero occurred, cx |K*cting. tio doubt, another feast of bh-od from those whom tliey deemed absent Irom the camp, and would jaobably return, unsu?pieiou> el J mger. Tbc Kir* In .Mont rent. [I'riiu tin >Ji ntreai Herald. June 7 ] Wc give below, as corrceily as we luive been able to make it, a list of the occupiers and proprietors of the buildings which were destroyed by fire yester day. adding to them the annual value taken from official sources. From this it appears that the rental of buildings destroyed amountodto ?5,915; and taking it lor graited that real property pays ten per cent per an mini, this gives a total value of nearly ?CO,tKMJ, or $24(l,()00 i'he value of the land should be deducted from the amount- The property de stroyed within the building* was probnldy mueh in exc<-8 ot the value of tli ? buildings themselves, f??r this eafauoity bu Mien upon us ni a time when every n crehant hau j ?' < ip cted hi* pring iiu- j port;.' 101 s It is not :r j ? 1 i >. :<"} to arrive ut the ! proximate r.mount of this j ,rt ?!" ;lie lo* Hut we have ne in d< tail < vc; ? Li< sereml commercial establishments which ha\ hrcn wholly or partially burned, find we think do > i over <?.??' '.<tt''c (ho lo? | when Wc Mate it at .'Jj I . <>!i I'd ??. i?is r ? m ut tlli iirojtity is insured, it i- rptitc impossible to say. ! ?laity ot the sufferers are i:.Muedtothe full amount : | but many more we hear of, who either bear the en tire lo;s, or a very lar^e part of it. It is ? certain, however, that ali the hading insurance offices must be heavy losers. A far worse item ia the account is the iu-s of life which it is our painfui duty to record. Ii is certain that two young children have fuiltn n sacrifice. When the fire first occurred at Mr. Martin's, these children were sur prised in bed. One of i hem was aged ouly six 5 cats. and was burned on the promises. The other, thirteen years of a;"-, v;; seized by the flames, and, while her night elothc- were blazing, jumped out of I the window, and wa^ severely bruised. This child j was taken into Mr. Theodore' Lyman's house, in St. j Helen street. I'rs. I>. C M'Ciulum, Wilson, Senior, and Sutherland, were immediately in attendance, but we regret to say. that notwithstanding their unremitting attention and skill, the unfortunate lit tle .-uftrcr expired in tin afternoon ubout three o'clock, retaining, however, consciousness to the I act Another iatal accident is reported to have happened at Ogilvy, Wood & Co. s. There the biul'iing wut supported on iron pillars set u]*>n wooden blocks fhe blocks being speedily burned through, the building fell down with a dreadful crash, heightened hy a fearful shriek, which is said to have 1" ? n heaid by the bystanders. Many per son- .<re said to have been running in and out of the stice at tb<- time the downfall occurred, and one or more arc believed to have been overwhelmed iu tho ruins. There were several alarms in different parts of the city during the day. and danger was not at an end till twelve o'clock. No service took place in the Roman Catholic parish church, which, as we have said, wn> appropriated to the sick of tliejlotel Dieu. The polio; were \c\y active throughout the day. and *>eeurcd much pro) ity appropriated by others than its owners. A Putt LOT a Hi ni ? Venterday afternoon Miss Mason, sister of J. W Mison, of this city, was sit ting in a buggy carriage near the burying ground in Cambridge street, a gontlcamu who was with her bam ;r tcmiicrarily lef' her. when the horse sudden ly started. _ Miss Mason grasped tho reins, audit is supposed, in her haste, pulled one only, which caused tho hor-e to wheel r>m d and start off toward lios t?n at lull sjieed Mi- Mnwni pried out for some one to stop the horse, and ?t length attempted to jump out; at the moment of h< r leap some part of her dresr caught in the ea-ritige and su?i*>n>Ied her with her head resting on the axle between one of the tore wheels and the Vohiclc. and her l'eet dang ling ni ar the ground, and at times dragging over the surface. In this position she was carried nonrly a mile, the horse going at a rapid rato. About half viij across tho bridgi . a font passenger jumped over the railing, and managed to stop the horse. Those who from a distance witnessed the approach of the horso, supposed that a buffalo robe was i hanging frotn the chaise. If. H. Dana. Ksq., who happened to be passing, rescued the lady from her fearful jiosition. but found it neccssary to Use a knifo t(. put in? dn * to ctitti lc them to disengage her. Flic wa - perfectly sen.-eless; her shoes were gone, her stockings worn ofl by > <,ntact with the ground, ! and herfect bloody from In ration. She was taken j to tin residence ol her brother in (iroen street, ' when l?r- I'i rry.jmd Hartlett were called in. They ( toiiii 1 her side as well as Ii r feet to b a <?ood deal bn i-ed: b it aft< i bcii g with her im-t of the night, 1 they left her this mcrnrg ia a com I'. ;able eowli lion, with pro*ja cl s i.f recovery. She MaU* that ?In ih not i .y^cinl er ai vt lung tlmt o> i urr< I alii r she ii ( 1 1 n> , >t ? <1 to leap from the vehicle.? 1\u tv ( i . lU.M'ap Theatrical Intelligence. Bowi hv Thutkf. ? Mr Uaiuldin. the great trag?4iaa. will appeal tliif* evening in hi* inimitable representation (if Umtu*. iu Shaks|*>are* tragedy of ?? Julius C?<?ar;'' Mr K.ddy a* C?**iu*. and Mr Uoodall at Mure Antony. Mr. Hanibiin sactingduringthc week elicited well merited applause The entertainments close with the romance of i toe "Bride of the lgle?." Bboai wav Theatric. ? Mile Celeste appear* this even ing in the drama of the "Wizard Skill." representing three 1 eharartcrs ? that of Alcxn.it Greek girl. Alexis, captain of the skiff and Agnta. a wandering ZinD'nra The other piece will be the grand ballet opera of ?? I. a Bayadere." in I which the will be utiated bj the Segukn, Mr. Bi-l\ep. | and Mine Adeline. Niblp> tiABPf i ? Mr Brooke, the eminent tragedian, will appear this evening, tor the last time, in the di im itic romance entitled the "Cort'can Brothers." it has bet* produced in the utmost splendor, and liax been lilchly eulogized by every one who lias teen it. This, then, being tin ia^t night it can be presented. uo doubt the (iarden will lie crowded Brmo>'s Thk.athk. ? The laughable nnd eeeentlie dra ma entitled Parit and London." which lias been pro duced with new aud beautiful teeuery. and hax b -en re ceived with gnat enthusiasm will a^.iin b" presented this evening, Mt . r- Burton, Placlde, Dyott. Johnston. Mrs. j Hughes. Mrs. iskerrett and Mrs. llyott in the principal i characters. National. Tiikatiif. ? This evening Mist Fanny Wal lack takes her benefit Th? pieces selected are. " l'h?rle? 11." " 1>( n t'n -ar de Bazan. ' and the ?' \V ild llov of Bo hemia " Knur e?-l< brated artists appear in the principal character*: In. .1, it. Scott ?* t'apt. Copp. fanny Wal laek ns i'on < c ar. Mr. lilnnchard as the Wild liny, and Mr 1! Byan as Count Zartoryski. l.vi n h Tin utk. ? Mr. Corby n't benefit come* ofT to night. There will be a powerlul demonstration of t ileut. Messrs l'.luUc Brouglutm. Conway. Skerrett. Bland. Mr*. Vi rnon. Mi** llate llorn. and Julia Bennett appearing in t lie principal character* We are confident tiiat the l.y ceum will be crowdi d to Its lit m ?st capacity to niglit by the admirers of good acting aud thefriendsof Mr t'orbyii. Castes (<ARi)i n. ? The Hou*set Family. uotvstthsUiuil Ing the weather during ih< week. hav? diasrn u number of cilltenslo witne* ? their beautiful ballet perfor ounces. The new ballet of "Pfltlianiel" show* to great advantage. 'I hcir lii xt appearand will be eu M on lay evening. A.stok Place Orr.r. * lto. nc, ? Douetti's comic troupe of monkeys do::* nnd gonti will amuse the uptown f<ll. .this i V' mi . by their ..uipri-lug pert iuinnce* on tlietif hi n )?< and in pantomimic scenes. There will be a ilay pel niauei at thre- o'clock, when, no doubt, the liiiii.se will be crowded bj iuvcnih .*. Aw> i:ica.n M; si cm .--I he peibrinanc - in the after noon and (Tilling will be the diama of "Mary Lack wood." Thin bouse is eiery day visited by hundred*. who generally re. ire highly plca-( (1 with the dramatic per former* and tlie natural curiosities exhibited there. Ch butt's Or ha Hot -i. ? The tame success a* ever at tend* the Ktlilopiati amusements given at this establisb nn nt A fine programme for t li i~ evening. Wood's Mis iiiii? a fine band, which is composed of several of tlie best negro repre-cnlativc*. will give an af ternoon and evening concert l)oi villi m's c< lebrated Cornet band give a Sunday con cert to-morrow evening nt Castle (iarden Mile. I: ermine Petit a young girl ten years of age. but wlic has nlteaily acquired a high reputation iu Franco and tiennany for her brillian' p .rtormauccs on the piano, i* to commence a uric* of concerts iu Metropolitan Hall in it week The Turf. Ci.mi.imi ii Coir ? h 1 ? Tsothno ? Wednesday. June I' ? The annexed is n summary of the match for *?' ii. mile heat*, in harnc-? ? H. Woodruli's b. m. J'aticue 1 1 J. L iioty'sb g. Mercer 2 2 Time ? II: 1 1 ? .'i:19. THrn?t5AT JunnlO ? The match for $1,000. two mile heats, in harness, between t ola and I-udy Vernon, did not come i ll. the latter having paid forfeit. Th< mutch for J 100, one mile and repeat, iu harness, is enniii a up as f?Uows : ? M. Johnson's ? ni. Phtebe. to wagon 1 1 .1. L. Dotj'a *. m. MIm Jcr-cy. tonlkqf 2 2 Time ? :J:S -3:0. ? Tmuiedi.it -ly after, it stake for $."i0. mile heats, bust three in five. In harnes resulted thus -? j.litiin* b. m. Lady Kelly 2 ill C. Brot'ks b. p Awful 1 2 2 2 Time ? 2:55 ' . ? ;t:3' ?2 57 1 , ? 2:51 COMMERCIAL AFFAIRS. M O Si K Y M A It K E T . I iim.u . .lun ? 11 ? 0 P. M There are deci-b 1 inUU ;i ' ions In tlM street of an up waul ov in nt in fancy stw ? Mon-yis o abundant ?td mi cL' p. the procjit ct of greater en o and lower n.t < ? f interest so lUittiriijg. thai pi nl. t ? i - have taken i. fresh h< 1 J 81, u new iiujn,- mit\( their :ippearance in tin liiurM dally. At tin- ':-l boa I Ri .di : Kail. ?>a-l was in Uci. .-i;i i. ami clo d :..ui a' ? -i ativancr of )? pur cent . iHlawaie and llud-on v.- nt up ljj per ceut; Nicaragua Transit Company. 1; Long I>-laud. Ilar iiui : Stonington, 1; Norwich nnd Worcesterr. '4' ; Michigan Central Railroad. 1; Erie Bonds, 1862 ?*; Erie Railroad declined '% per cent. At the second board. Krle Ilonds. 1862, adruccrd '.i percent; >. J. Zinc Can. ton Company | '.. . Nicaragua. Michigan Central Kail road ?i ; Harlem. . . Kile Railroad. ,'4"; Norwich and Worcester, >4. There was more activity at the second board th in we have noticed for i-oinc time past, an 1 the market clo.-i d with a very buoyant feeling among 1 perotors. It it impossible to resist an upward movement of stocks. 1'n ry facility that can be desired can easily ho obtained, and ?- ninny stocks on the list rule below prices cum nt at this time last year, we see no r aFcn vby Utter prices should not be realized. The stesnit hip Illinois, from Aspinwall. Willi a large amount of gold dust by the Golden Out'-, from California, is nearly due. It is the Impression in the street that she will bring ni hi ly two millions of doUurs. It would not surprise .- much to sec an upward movement in fancy stocks within the m ,\t thirty dsys. equal to anything expel ienced at any time this -nt-ou. The receipt* at the office 0: the Afslstant Treasurer of this port, to day, amounted to $52 270; payments. $124,524 65? balance $3,085,066 82. Tin dimandfor fortign exchange to day wa-< active hut quotation- r< main without alteration. We quote bills on London at 10,' 4 a 10 ' per cent premium: on I'axis ff. 1C'.| a Cf. 15: Amsterdam 40 1 ^ a40't'; Bremen 78 l., a 78,',, ; Hamburg So 1 , a 06,'j. Tin- t earner will take 1 ut a large amount of specie. A A alj arabo pap'r fta< , tlio Whole imports of Chili for tlie y< ar 1K51. to have been ?"? t?H4- f?7 ? : the exports, $12,140 3W1; showing a balaut in favor of the country, of *3 581. Of these experts, "jl. 447.033 were to the 1 ultfd State stid $4.043 20 to Great Britain and in r ccloftie pig of the Imp' rt-. >1 111 4S7 were from thn Inited 8tai< and $4.319>'64 from (Jreat Britain. This show- u balance again -t us in the trade, of $230,147. aud against Knglsnd. of $823 -128. There i- one hopeful fact, however, viz: thai the imports oflS51 from the United Statu were $17l< 163 more than they were in 1859, and the exports to the I nited States were $119,111 le<? tliau the ye ar ] revious. The la.-t annual report of the Canton Company lia? ma terially depressed the market value of the stock. Ac cording to the official return-, the receipts aud expendi tures durin" the year ending May 31. 1852. were a? an nexed C awt on Co.. Baltihori:? REc'SirTi avd Extexoitvrks. hf.cmpts. Rents of dwellings and forms $8.17."> 03 Ground reutu, in each 1.905 73 Wharf rents 2 074 20 Rent of brickyard* 4 138 68 Annuities lor tale of ground rents 1.145 83 bales of n al estate, iu ca*h 0 202 80 t-iiles of wood 3,012 60 Interest :j,yj 50 Mortgages T.50 00 Bills receivable, collected forrents.fce 4 003 80 $38 013 24 IVh on hand .lune 1. 1851 1.484 73 Total $35 097 99 E*r?:*>'iri RK.i. Building wharf south of the distillery. $5,088 27 Grading and paving KUiott street ... . 6.405 70 N?w building' 011 llinney street.... 1 . SS -J 03 Purchase of house on Cambridge st.. PS7 ">0 Opening streets, making fences, bridge". &.c ' 8o2 7<5 Cutting and hauling ?ood 043 08 Total $16.1)10 43 I'nioa Bunk li- 11 on Kreb's preperty . $4.10 00 Taxes o.dHO 52 On account or fond dividend 24 70 Miscellaneous exp. ns<? 2 410 61 Bills payaUi <5.006 72 Interest 007 38 Salaries 4. 300 <K> Total.. $16,809 93 38.099,30 Balance on hand .lune 1 1R.'i2 $1.998 03 The capital stock of the company is $812,500. Th" ag gregate receipts for the year wi re only about four per cent on the capital. The par value ot the stock is sixty seven d'lllnrs per -bare, and the market valin- "evenly eight dollars per share. It is the intention of tho com pany to continue Its improvers- ?t< from ye?r to year and appropriate all its lucerne f>?r thnV purpov. Wlia'. cver the ultimate value of the sto?-k may 1m- it i? impos sible to tell. Holders are most sanguine, and full or hopej Kxtimates have been uiade of tbc most eitravagant cha racter. relatiie to the luture receipts of the uomptny the value of its r<al ?-stat? and improvements; but the present prospeet is by no means so flattering a? holders of "tock d'-sire. In tiie report, the value of tho real estate i? put d"Wn al $720,148 16. 1, It i? estimated that Uft>re will hi- s dcerease in the ?jiiantlty <>( lead produced in tbel'pper Mississippi lead mines, tiie ]>re^nt year, of from 50,000 to 100 000 pi?* Of 7olbf each. "Win^ to the attracli u of miner- to Cali fornia 1 he county isilroad nl.reriplion? siitiiori/.ed by a re < flit i" I of tie Teniv -1 e le gislature are t , be provld' d f> sod j'sil indirect taxes, levied by the count if s. wiih out tin smeary of tw.ndfd Indeblfdnes/ l<ut not over thirty thru nnd a third per cent lo be realiaod in o.i" j -.i lUe ux colli. olors acc>tint (liix'et to th> railroad coaapaniea. except whern the instalment* of oao or more yr?rs aiaf be anticipated by county warrant*, in which caw the taxea go to the county treasurer for the si>ecial liquidal ion of thewe wunitt. Tho quantity of liour. wheat, corn, aud barley, left at tide water during tho firiit week im June, in the venn 1801 aud 1802. ww as follows Flour. kbit. Wheal, bu. CyC", l>?, Utritu- in 1851 118, m 68.614 262 550 8 2 Ja 180 2 120.088 1 14. 721 288.486 0,71? Inc. 7.0W Inc 26.107 Tnc. 25,035 Inc. 1,483 The aggregate quantity of the same unifies left at tide water tr<>ui tho commenci inent of navigation to the 7th Juue. Inclusive, during the years 1851 aud 1852. was is follow* : ? Flour. Ml. Wheal, hi. Corn. hi. liurlev bit. 1851 858,803 305 700 2.012 403 94.504 1822 598,449 677,047 1.149.250 7oi570 Dec. 261.534 Inc. 282 157 Dec. 803.153 Dee.23,928 Tlie aggregate quantity of the .''ami article*) left at tide water fr? ui the commencement of navigation to the 7th Juno, inclusive, during tho years 1850 und 1852. wus a^ follows Flour. Mi. Wheat.hu. Corn, hi. Batlry.hu ? 1850 440.574 14H OlS 620.337 loh.::l4 1S>52 698,449 677.947 1,149,250 7O.570 Iuc. 148 874 Inc. 537 .920 Ine. 528,913 Doc. 37,738 ]ty reducing the wheat to tlour, the quantity of the lat ter left at tide water thin year, compared with tho cor rcHjiondiug period of last year, shows a decrease of 204 933 barrel* of Hour. Tho folic wing table shows the quantity of so me ot the principal articles of produce left at tide water from the commencement of navigation to 7th June. Inclusive dur ing the yoais 1800. 47 day.-; 1851. 54 days; 1852, 40 day* : ReiCU'TO OK PpOnuCE AT XlUB WATLJl. ) ? 50. 1851. |?2 Copal open April 22. April l*. April- ? Flour, I'blf 449,574 *59,898 098 U9 \\ lieal. bv.th 140 018 895.790 Corn, ?if 620,337 2,012,403 1,1 Barley, <ii ln\;;il 94 .'>04 70.672 B>?, ! U.i>.'<1 61,637 60.390 Otlici grains, bu h.... 882, 7'7 811,651 (WWW2 Btuf. Lbln 21,181 2.(178 15,535 I'ork, d<> 38,221 38 007 411,332 A. bea, no.. 13^21 T0,8."il 9.813 Butter, Ilia. 279, ?06 620,0'i'i 83,303 L?r4, do 1 i'27.8?ii s?nl 2<0 4,345,087 Chcusa, do 1,(^-2 lilt't 750,321 -J 10,070 Wool. <lo 462,925 .i.?. ill. 142.026 Bacon, do 5,214.212 7,029, M0 4,127,850 The difference In receipts at tide water thi- season, com pared wilh last, does not vary materially from t lie previ ous weekly report. When the new crops commeace coming forward, the deficiency will doubtless soon be made up. 4 The annexed statement exhibits the quantity and value of foreign dry goods entered at tlii? port for consumption tor warehousing and the withdrawals from warehouse* during Ihf week ending the lOtUof June. 1852 Movements in Foukhsn Dnv (Joous. Enter t J Jar Consumption, UAH I FACTUM* OK WOOL. W AMUI ACTWUES OF COTTOST. 1 7. g j f'altie. l'k gs. Value. Woollens 70 $82 926 Cottons 66 $12,080 I'li.ths (O 80 2 '8 t'-Mored dt I! 000 Wontedi 00 1 rints 2 294 Stuff goods 3 1.112 (iinghams 4 700 Cot " u 4c worsted. 2# 0,0i>l Muslins 2 1.000 Delaines 3 1217 Kmbroiderios.. . 3.943 Shawls 12 3.918 Laces ."> 1,012 ldaukils 10 2.5 1)0 (ilovei 15 1.S01 How; 17 3.05# Hope 20 3.685 Yarn 2 323 Spools 0 1,380 Cuipetlng 2 184 Fringes 5 070 Fancy do 3 481 Manufactures of 7 4.775 Total 274 105,153 Total 138 30 748 MMtVKtflTUai:S OF Sll-K MAtUFACTVUF.S OK FI.AX. Silk.... 71 $62,139 linens 121 $28 864 ltibbous 'j 0.940 Do. andoottoa.. 2 1 '84 Lai os 7 4 030 llanlktrchlefd. . 0 2.564 Satins 2 3.640 Laoea 5 3.148 Velvets 3 1.779 Thread 10 2 2S7 A v- ling.- 13 8 210 Yarn 8 1 440 < i aval s 7 7 ? U Manufoctures of 7 1 820 Shawls 22 9.610 ? linbi oidcri,* . , . -f 1 214 Total 102 42105 l'lu?b it t>. 1 1 Hi MISCELLANEOUS. Snk and cotton. 69 23 77>) Ph.iw goods.... 5 1 2i>7 ."ilk wors-.id. 17 l!;.89l Millii.i ry 5 1.099 Iloro 8 4 500 K uibroidery . ,, . S 3.748 (I lore- 1 370 Shiwls 3 1.251 1',1-aids ?>. bind'^s 3 1 7'.'.". Collars, cuff*.&c. 5 2 002 Gimps 10 H 543 l eather gloves,. 1 619 'Iviiit 4 1.119 Button stuffs. . . 1 183 Manufacture* of 10 4.189 Total 28 11.329 Total 300 177.220 Withdrawn J) t>m Warehouse. MANUFACTURES Ol WOOL. MAJTOKACTBK iS OK SILK. >\ooliiuj 3 $2,067 Silks 29 $8 912 Cloth 6 1811 Velvets 7 0 214 Cotton and wor. 14 2.G70 1'ongcos 20 3.9.14 Worsteds 1 423 Gloves 1 305 Sliawts 2 4:t9 fcilk anil cotton 2 929 Blankets ...... . v 1 707 liote 1 500 Total 64 $19,484 MANUFACliiai.S OF FLAX. T itnl 35 $9,707 I.ineii* 17 $2,584 MA.ii'i Acri RES or cotton. Thread 9 2,002 j Cottons 19 $3,408 I Colored, do 2 40t Total. . 20 $5 246 j Velvets 9 1,014 Fmbroiderie* . . . 2 50# mibuki-lamoi'S. How 3 841 Straw Goods . . . . l $135 Webb 1 417 Shawls 7 1.192 Maiiulawturcs ot 3 285 Total 8 $1,327 Total !!9 $7,507 Evterrd at Warehiute. M AM FACTCEF.S OF WOl.l MANUFACTURES 01 COTTOV. '(Ollen? 14 $0.#0 Cottons 29 $2, till Worsted? 29 11.045 makofactotiks of sii.k. Silk' 30 $0,939 Total 43 $18,441 Shawli 26 0,631 MAittrf aci i*R as OK IT.AX. I'lush 1 508 Linens 27 $4 366 Silk and cotton. 4 1784 Yarn 5 484 Silk and worst. . 2 1388 ? Haw 12 2 902 Total 32 $4,850 Clothing 3 $499 Total 75 $20 212 Recap n 01 \tio*. Kutrndfnr Consumption. I'kzt. Vatvt. rkgi. I'alut. Manuf. of wool. . . 8U1 $'229,819 274 $165.1F>8 cotton.. 4>- > 00.221 138 30.748 " Unx 2t8 4S7(t;i 102 *2.105 " Bilk MO 297.217 300 177.226 Mitcellanooutt.. .. 78 3N.iijl 28 11.329 Total 2.011 $704 S91 002 ?420.5' 6 W ithdrawn from Wtrthaute. Manuf. of wool . . . 84 $21,071 36 $9,707 ?otton.. 38 7.618 30 7.507 " silk 68 9.658 <U 19.484 " flux 21 2 9T3 2'i 5.246 Miscellaneous. . . . ? ? 8 "1.327 Total 100 $42218 172 $43,271 Kn/rreifvr Wmre/muing. Manuf of wool.. . 177 $03,674 43 $18 441 * entton.. OS 16 511 29 2.941 ?' siik 19 16.334 TO 20.212 ? flux.... 6T 0.102 32 4,650 IIi*ccll(vncou?. . .. 1 1.003 3 4o<> Total 316 104584 182 $46,844 Total \ alue put upon the market during l.lio Wl.,.k .... 1851 $747,109 I?o jo do do 1S52 469.837 Decrease during the week, in 1852 $2. 7. 2.2 Dry goods. the present week. >hows considerable ac tivity. considering the lateness of the season. The coun try trade continue* pood, especially the near hy and Northern trade. The export demand fur cotton goods i* also fair In amount. Jobber* themselves are buying whatever they can find at old prices, foreseeing a general advance iti all -taplc goods, whether woollens, cot ton*, or silk*. d< mestlc or imported, lu woollen cl? >ths there i* a speculative feeling, as the stock is reduced considerably, and cannot be replaced at c<>at. The clothiers arc also buying. 1'riccs are very > encrally higher than they were a month ago. Brown shevtings and shirtings are in fair ill mai d at 7e. a 7',e. for the heavier descriptions. Blenched goods arc firm, without change in prices, ilia ?upply la-log more than ample for tin demand. Drills are steady. with a continued good inuuiry. Blues. 9c.; biraciiod. 8c.; and browns, i '4' a 7',e Osnaburg* are hi Id higlu r : but as there is no great demand, price* are nominal Denimsnre quiet hut stead} . stripes and tiek* nre more in ?!? mand. aL l rather firmer. I'lintinp; doth* are in moderate ri jin ?t. at 3 a 4 ',c . with an upward tendeuey. I'rint- are inaothe. the seasou l>eing over, tiinghams are no iona'cr active; priest an firm Lawn* c II ijuickly. at -te:id) and unlf rm rates, Delaines are wholly inactive, i 'lot lis have l**n in speculative d? iiu.nd ami prices . how some improvement: those held at old rates H'll quickly. <'a*simeres are steady, with little doinv Satinets also are dull, though firm. Tweedeare i|iiiet at old rati -*: nnd j- an- without change. Manneli are active, at full prb ?, ami blanket* continue in re i|in t nioatly lor -hipping The amount of good" pro ducing l< understood t<> tic lew In amount than of late years: prices. eon c.|ii< ntly. will effectually rally hi the fall. w hich in t urn w ill ir-?'.tmulate production for another vi sr. especially if the wool clip of thi?year prove abundant. There is a demand for California, to which markets con siderable shipments are making. Auctions aro getting scarcer and scarcer, but the few that linger are realizing bettor prioes. tlermiin cloth- ate improving in price; the c?t ul im|*ortation will be much greater for the enming f.ill than las t. year, or in the spring of till'. KTon dress goods now "ill better, though the lurgc stock keeps them lielow co*t pi iee? Bla< k s a? well a* colored, ero now, however, wiling at 5a 7,1 1 J?cr eenv higher than a month atto. Silk, velvets are scarce, nnd wanted Choice and ite-iraOlc ribbon* cannot be Imd? stocks in firsthand* aru now light The importations of French good.- in the ti.ll will he heaiy. not* ithatanding the increased cost. Hritiah gooils are held firmly; the elothiers buy moder ately: lmt the g- neral demand isnotactivo, u liat busi ness there i?. is in reference to the fall trade. The vc* els , now arrlvlnc *t<*im e.r sailing. brlni; light cargoo*. One ? satl?fa< t.irj trait of the dry itO'ids trade i? the renuirkable ] regularity i if the country paj iuetts; a wide spread abun. j dance of money exluta over the country, which operate* 1 well f?* the e< uunmptlon ftliongb it cornea later than ti?ual) of dry /<siil?. Thougli the price* of produce hare ' )>ncn low. they have liccnhr ?light to miirkctat a reduced | cost. that tli' net produce baa been "atl'faetory lie. sides, the h' me consumption of produce ha Increased Inr. iy and 1* -toedily vear by year. Increasing; and 1 ?1. ii ll ' |.j < ?* 1' are v ,i an i cr. ily fed they are stir, to lie well el 'lied. The dry gooii* l.n-lncs* Is sure to be I . j ' ri. ii;- if the pr ulnro bn In"-* is remuner*tlng to ' li e pri diid I Our Incren-' <1 Imports are not co-cxten- I > I v e v i 1 1 the inrrra'u in th< home producUou and bulb , ho>?? an t foi ? Jtfn ?on uini'di u Block liclaan. #1000 n K fi #, '56 I06U 17ti lUtTfcric E* 10??0 II h Ca.'HH cup. 11* * 000 U S Cs. ti7 llBK ?r>00 (Jo lift a?> d.> ?io liss 1000 Ken tact, ? 0'a. .. . 11# 1000 Ohio li'p. 'CO 100 31000 lnda Hp Prcf 5 ?. . HOW) Pen a hiate 1WKI do WQ du., 1 ?3 If" (10 ludn St?tt 6'a . . . 400(1 Virginia 6'a , s'l 111! In**) tr . 2d Mt lias. . In ' 8000 .!.> lti* 1000 Irif Coat, 71 . . 97 V fWO da, '61.., "ti*i do, '62 . . . IHki) Il.nl 2d M; lids. . 1 I >lif ItarU America. . 75 l)el k II (id Csaal . lt?l C?Ut"ll Co bit) 1*0 do 60 Nicarajra T Co . . . SO do plic 00 do . . nj>g 50 I'lienix iiiiiinj ('?. f-OON Jer Zinc Co. .*30 .'150 do stf 10O Erie KB b 1 in liM . Kim ..btiO 17 100 da 1<H> Jc r.? da ll? do ... IWlIarlaia UK ,.1<J0 itt ill' lHi? 3?0 do ?W ?8 m fc:::::::? Pi", U50 Len;( Inland RK... l'W Staniusttoa Rlt... 10 do 15 do 2.HI Nor St VTu r lilt. .. . 10) do b60 15 do III5U Reading Kit WO (lo all .'?00 da aim 100 da h.'i ](Kl da Si N Y St N llat RK. . 60 Uli.li Central ltlt.. W? do If. Mich RR h do 5 N Indiana Kit . . . 60 Syracuee & Utica.. 1'K MX lis no S VI .VI W? IS m H, >211)0 U S ?'?, '02. . . 1(1X 0 1'cnu Stat ? 5'a. ., W, 6500 City ?' ?. 'lit inc., 6000 Erie t ony, '62. .. '.i - 1 ? 6000 do <|V., ,r)U rlifi Farmer*' L"*n. ??? 40 Kiiicktrboekor Ilk lnO', 2m? Edaeworth 1. Co... 0\ 25 N Jirsev Zinc Co.. l^Ja 100 Canton Co....b20 Ml 800 Nicaragua TCo.opz 34'? f> llot h it !-yra Rl? . . 120 26 Midi Centl RR.btiO 1 1 11; 12.5 do 100 SEt'ONI) ISOAKK. I12'i 100 oIih Heading RIC I'M! do 250 do UX> Uarii'ta 1111... 100 do 4H0 do J 00 do. ...... , UN) Erie Kit ro do 100 da 1(10 do 25 do 25 Nor & Wor 11K 86# Wx ??8 Hti'a W, Hrj'I 7-'S 72 vj ft a 51', .lit, w2 HS, 51'* HI XI ?M) HI 'a ?hJ lii'i 105 1051a 121 125 117 130,'i 80V HO), 80tZ -?ma 72*i 72', "7'? hi:?-S l<7 XT CITY TRADR REPORT. Friday, .tune 11 ? C J*. M. Adiu ? Sales wort made of 75 bbls. ? 1'ote at $t 7 5, urd pearls ut $f> 75 a $5 81 per 1< >0 11>. Beeswax ? There have been 2.000 lbs. American yel low obtained at 2t3c. n 20'.,'e . per lb , cash Bittnnt m ? Flour moved to tho extent of 14 000 bbls. : suptrflno Canadian ;md ordinary tostratght State, at $4 12, u $4 18?!' ; mixed to fancy Western, ut $4 12)? a $4 31'.,: with common to good Southern, at $4 48:,i a $4 62'i. the previous value. Some 200 libls. rye Hour brought S8 1SK; with 500 bbls. Jersey and Brandywino meal, at $3 18-), a $3 60. re?pectively. Wheat. oats and rye ruled the Kame. Corn seamed firm, the business comprising 45 000 bushels dauiaged and heated. inix?d Western and round yellow, at uac. a Ooc , (to, a OS^e. and tuic. a 03 'jc. per bushel. Camdli s ? Several parcels pin in and patent sperm found buyers at 4u a 50c. per lb.. ihiiuI terms. Coal. ? Atuericau anthracite was in moderate demand at $4 75 a $6 25; und Liverpool orrel at $7 25 per ton. cash. Coffee. ? Excepting the disposal of 100 bags Laguayra at '.','sC.. we have unthing to report. Cotpkr ? did and new sheathing continued in fair re quest. at 18 a 23c. per lb. cash. Feathers ? A few lots prime live geese changed hinds ut 88 a 40o., usual terms Fun. ? l'ry cod ivm lield at $3 02' . n $3 87>?, and scaled herring at 5f>. without inquiry: 800 bbls. No. 1 mackerel were taken at $10 12,';,' ? the former price. Fkewhts. ? Kates to Liverpool were steady; 300 a 500 bales cotton were engaged at 1 Id.: 1.000 a 2 000 bbla. Hour at 14d : and 6,000 bushels grain, in bulk, at 3;'(d. There Was no charge in rates to London or Havre. A vessel was chartered to go to Calcutta and Knglaud. at i?3 1<?. A no1, hi r tmiisI ni engaged t* load with salt at one of the Wc.?t lurlia islands, for New York, for 10c. per bushel. To California, from 40 to 75o. per foot measurement goods, and at $20 a $40 per ton. Fruit. ? Over 1.000 boxes bunch raisins have been sold, at $1 9ft a !? .1; Go cases sardines, ut 60c ; ami 50 bbls. cur rants. part at 5c. Hem r ?Micro were 200 bales American undressed pur (based ut $117 60, six months. Market active. Hit ks have como in more freely this week, and at the commencement tho market was rather inactive. but holders continuing Arm, ai:d the caigo of the Plata, con sisting of 14 013 Buenos Ayres. average 21 lbs., being taken on speculation at lo V P, r lbr. f ix months, a better demand sprung up. und tho market closes firmly at last week s prices. The sales in addition to tlio c irgo above mimed consist of 3,000 Buenos A/res. 21a 21, 'j ii>-.. at 17c. per lb., eight mi ntlis; 2 .000 do., 20 'j lit3., at 16/ ile . six months: 2.471 do.. 21 ll>s.. ut lii.'?. six monrhs: 2 600 1'uerto ( ubollo 2 i lbs . 1'iJie.. six mouths; 603 do.. 17 lb - . 14e : Gt4 salted Marjicaibo. 33 lbs.. lif.e, ; 40u dry <!o . 22 ll>s., 13 ' i<\. 6t>9 Hio ilache. 17 lbs., 14 '4C. ; 1.C00 green salted Oronocos, 50 lbs. "I'.ic.: 2.',o Chariest on. He a in, jr.; 4( 0 St Thomas kips. 14c. ? toial sales about 28.0(0. ' ? IU,fs ? Ea tern and Western were bri->kiv inquired for. at 36 :? 4( e. cat h, per lb. I.e. . ales have been made of 3S0 t<?ns Scotch pig. at $10 76 a jio. ix months. Market uncharged. fcbl A I III I! ? 'i he market is ratlin bare of stock, withlight receipts, Hemlock sole it firmer, and inc. is reali/. -d for be: t qui. lit} of middle and liglil weights: 18,' Je., how ever. is the current price. Oak sole is advancing in price, and may be considered to be from 10 to 15 per cent higher than prices of a week ago; this article had not partaken of the advance in hem lock at the commencement 01 the rise in that article. The continued scarcity of hides ami the speculative feel ing in that article are operating in favor ofleather. and a further advance of something like 2 cents per lb. will have to be realized in order to pay the tanner and denier an orcinary commission. Cpperin rough i? scarce, and advancing in price. 1\ o quote tlii article at. 10 a 20c. Calfskins in rough arc in lemand, and would bring fliir pi ices, llor-e leather is in good demand, and may be quoted at 2bs. per lii'le for slaughter and 18s. for dry hides. Heavy hemta k sole and hemlook are moving up <uy 17e. fi r i quality of over weights, and 10c. for good da maged and 12c for po x damaged. I, mi advanced a trUie; the transactions comprising 2.500 barrels Kocklund common at hi ' ,c. cash, per 100 ihs. Naval Storks.? We heard of only 200 birrols spirits turpentine belt g sold to-d:iy,nt 4Ce. o.vh. per gallon. On.s? I hero J tveU on 4.000 gallons linseed bought ut 02' . the previous rate. Provisions w< re more active, the sales havinj reached 660 kbl ? prime and mess pork at $l|i.'ic u$10*gc.tind$18& $lsl-i(i: 400 bWs. fair to prime lar.l at O", a lO1*; 1300 bbls prime and mess heel :it $0.',, a $8iind$lla$14; seve ral pare I Ohio and State butter at 13c a 18c.; with ordi nary to ptiine cheese at 0** u 7 '^c. Seoaun ?150 000 Havana changed hands to-day. at $2o a $28 customary credit. Boai'. ? About 230 boxes <'a-tile were procured, in part for future delivery. at 5V. a O'^e. SriniTS. ? Pales of 660 barrels Ohio and prison whiskey were effected to-day ut 20UC. and 21 a 21 '4c.. tha pre vious value. Src a hs seemed firm, with a good demand, and sales of 1 600hhds. Cuba muscovado ut 4 ',' a 6 'n c . : 160 do. I'orto Kicoat 4/ . a 0/,.c. ; und 4(0 boxes brown ila>aua ut 6 \ a 6^i'o. per lb. Tali.ow ? Tharewere 10,000 lbs. prime purchased, in pa it at 8\ a 8;!,c. per lb cash. Tsias continued utiehanged ? green being active, and black d> prepst d. us evinced by this forenoon's auction at vsliieli all oil' n d of the former, with but a few lots of the latter kind, were sold u . full figures. Tobacco.? Beyond the disposal of 5o khds. Kentucky, at 1 1 a 7 ' .c.. nothing tmnspired. ItfCKII'TS Of raODI'CR THIS I)AV. Bi Noiitii ltivf.n lloats. ? 13 296 bbls. flour. 167 do pro visions. : 27 do. lard, 060 do pork 300 do. whiskey. 366 do. ashes, 21 pkgs. butter. 173 do. cheese 5.056 burheu wheat, 2 209 do. rye. tl 015 do. corn, and.'.s bales wool. B> Brie 1!aii.boao.---200 bbls. flour. 110 bars pig iron. 16 bales wool. 20 do. tobacco, 6 2V pkgs. butter, ail J 1.112 sides leather. II V New I i a ^ i--.se Baii.road.--100 sides leather. 11* pkgs. butter, and 1)1 do. cheese. Imboiitahows i or the Wi:er vndini. FrWAT. Jvsi- 11. Bi.eachino Powders. ? 10 casks. Beeswax ?IS barrels. Ban ks.? 28.600. Bark. ? lln barrels Peruvian, 36 ccroons. 8 ca?es. Ciif.?ik ? 13 kegs French. Coal. ? 2,236 tons, 84 chds,, 63 railway wagon lo&ls O01 eee. ? .'19.570 bags. 6 tierces. 11U barrels. Cocoa ? 12 baps. Dtkwood. ? 33 tens Nicaragua wood. 1 18(1 pieee' dye. wood, 88.40<J lbs.. 26 tons logwood, 5 100 Braziletto. J.'J'JO lbs. fustic. l)rir (inons. ? 271 packages per steamer lUrmnnn. 25 do. per (I'oorgcllurlbnt, 82 do per .Mandarin. 74 do. per Onward. 13 do. per .lohnllennnn. fl do. per Washington, 30 do. per Itustalle, 313 do. per ,'ohu Stewart, 140 do Co Jiernicus, 60 do. per Oafton. 1'i do. per Anna, 134 do. per tiny Mannering, 30 do per Patrick Ilcury. 384 do. per Montezuma, 161 do. per Havre, 165 do. per Huguenot. 14 do. per Chimbarazo. 118 do. per Ksmorulda. 164 do. per 1'rinccton? totul packages for the wock. 2.134. Druoi ? 50 box'-s carbonate of ?oda. 3.700 bags nitrate of soda. 100 casks bicarbonate soda. 981 casks soda ash. 10 boxes soda; 30 cases. 31 kegs. 20 half barrels, 41 bbla., 4-'i0 tins, 1 tierrr 6 eases, arrowroot; 70S cnt's brim stroue, 61 barrels sarsaparilla. 40 cases liijuoriee paste, 360 b?g- gum copal, 6 ceroons. 4 barrels ipecucuana. 3 cks. 0 bags drug*. Bves.? 5.800 quintals barilla. 100 casks madder, 000 I'SL'S sumac. 10 eeroont indigo, 3 ceroons coolilntsl. Flax.? 48 bales. Fri it. ? 077 boxes tomatoes. 600 watermelons. 14.060 dozen pine apples. 4. <500 cocoa nuts. 45 ca?ks currjuitfl, 6 casks cherries. 206 Istgt llrav.il nuts, 1,600 bunches ba nanas. 11.050 bunchcs plantains, 2 barrels limes.. 2,031 boxes lemons. 2.431 boxes oranges. Oraih, ? 12.430 hii-diels oats. 06 do. barley. Hides, ? 75.113 hides. 1.071 suited liorse do . 100 ?nill hide*. 2 cases 17 bales sbocp skiuit. 218 do goat, skim. Hom y ? l hhd. 14 tierces. JIoiins. ? 13.400. Hams.? 12 casks Gcrmau. II sir.? 08 bales. (Run.? 2,304 bars II. It. Iron. 56 604 bars. 8.S12 bundles, 071 bundles sheet, 4.561 bundles hoop. 562 plate*. 2 446 *"n- pig. 105,1 on* scrap. Inoia I!1 nut h. ? 221 picub J. Ji'Tt. ? 86 bales. L, ai?.? ?.nn pigs. Li'MMi n ? 43 juniper knee-. Mi 1 ?411 cn-rw whcfitlnnp. 154) bnixUM. M' u-M ? 2 3S7 hhd*., 162 tierces. 314 bbls. Oil.? 117 casks linseed, 26 tierce* lard. 10 aiuks rape s?s'd oil, 46 casks whale Faivi ?160 ca->ks whiting. 260cii"li- ocbrc. 22 casks. 100 bbls Pi.astj s.? 431 ton* Potatot s.? I tsjQ bbls. Bermuda potatoes, 6.57? busUel* iN ovi Hcotlfl It ? 1 1 a ? 8.203 bundle*. it AOS ? 280 liiile* n. :r?.? 43 i-a-ks nutmeg-, 2 cast's. 1>> bale* cinnamon: o.. bbla.. 10 tierces. 4 bejrs gingi-r; 666 bugs pimento. )s?i 1 ?14 236 bushels. 2 (VMj bbls., 3.720 sacks. 628 ton*, i, ?7 260 hbds., 230 tierce-, 16-'i bbU., 4,391 b-jxes, 310 mats. Bf'MTs -4!1 punoheow mil 7 pipe*, 40 casks gin 30 bhds brandy. Skoars. 586,760 segav. 140 cases do., 2.416 l?*os. 1 .7(10 Kn?s?. Pi H I ?144 cases. 2 ea?ks, 1,QM bundles loRAcco. ? 0i8 Ule '. 140 tei-otjns, 658 pkgs Bsmaraldo ttMeeo. Tea.? 14 W; 1 pkgs. Tim ?7,478 boxes tin plates M , "o. ? 160 pieces. 23 ' . doteii log- ro?ewood; 4lW buu il willow; :i(i4i stlcl.s ligouinvlUe; 130 log- mahogany. 33 crotches do. Him ,?: 798 baskets, 62 casks lOiitiarlcr ca.-ks 150 fifth J 2 hnlf? 1(12 bbls 20 ruses \\ 1 r 1 ?1,113 lie'ic wool 10 bales woollttt wast': JtmnSEffKKTS 1K1YEWE1 BTO fill. BKK BKVKNTH PA(iK. -ft* FINANCIAL. 4* ALE OF $SM.0S0 SEVEN l'KIt CENT MOItTCAGK u n lid ConverUt le lVjuis, *f tbo JCvanavillo and lllmois ltklll *u Cidimc;. *i lit ire hi.'I Ililuols Railroad, commending at the ?It; *1 E>an. ville, Indiana. on the Obi* river, *xton is Hp the \\ abash Yalic v tid ?i'l connect, mora cr !??>?. dlieetly vriih itiJ tbi railroads eonvergiug at Indianapolis, the o* pit lit VI tiie State. Jt i? a.. ini portai >t link in the central !iuo of rtilr^n Is eon ? citing the Northern lc.k.< with the Southern seaboard, 'the whole ol this chain of roads is either already iu opera* ti or ?| i.r a1 iiii' completion. excepting the ilr.ndor*on and N* hville K it , t? which a auAcient amount of stook lias beau subscribed to io-uro Its early construction Hie D'1 ia trunk ol t he K aiid I Ii. It. reaolios li nut B? aas villatu Terr* II auto, a di-taucc of Iff milei, and the t'am pnny is autLoriiod also to *oi> struct a divi rtjeut lino from an; |?rt i f tho luaiu trunk direct to Indianapolis It i i in tended at once toeoBpleta ttc line to Terre llintr, where it * ill luWrnent tho lerro Haute and indianapol's uud tue Torre Haute and St. I. ems it< ad". 'Ih'; predtut issue of bond* provides for the eomploti ? and equipment of the hrst Secti m of the road, exteailiu ; from Evansville to Vinccuues, a distance of lift; one mlln, where it join* the iilnu uui Mississippi kr.tlriai 'I lie engineer"' ei timato of tin' < ,.it of tUis .<n lion, read; for tlia ears, do not e \ end per mil*. Mto thau one-lull the distance, miles, ii huis'ul and iu lucoeitful operation it* earnings bci.nj more than ei ?<igh tu pay tin iuti iei-t An tho bij: di uu* illjr 1 The rosi I no is already under contract, or b inir let: 11 miles extendieg to W hito river will bo completed in timo to eetirc the aacly fall buiii cr.-, and i he remain u r i M M 1 1- the coining winter and Spting Tho iron for the whole 2.'),' miles ha* been purchased, and a considerable portion is now going for ward 'iiic eoi.tr:> ts '.ave all leeu made below the ettl ln ate*. The means at tb* diapoial of the company, applicable t<> the con t r>ioti?,n and vjulpmeut ?f this *?c'.iou of the rjad, me a* foUiVr: ? Stink rub.ioriptieus $3IS.'!0l) Earning* tu 1st April, from tian-p riatisa and other *Mirce* lf!,.Vh) l'losout issuu of bonds 800 090 Total $;||?0 EMiiisrillc is tse depot tbo h' uthern tradeoff,." Vfn ka>li \nll"y #ad ot Oroen rircr, Kentucky. Ii i* th i < , rapiiily groninn citjr i . IndiaiiK. and now c "Utai.m ? i haliitunl*. Tlie population has double 1, and the tn\a property trebled, in six y mi, Iha trrivaln and departur*M o! steamboats at it* whuri in 1831, woro 5,!SJn. The VfabaeU U the moil fertile of all the Vt intern T*llle?, And pro ia ?? ditc com anil b .?? than the name ar>>? iu a?> ether ncutieu *1 tho eoiintry. It is al. ? uiaikcd out by nature as u ;reat route of travel. The poMtion of the K ii I, R. R. guards it ajaiust compe tition u r the through I ravel of a vast re.'i >n ?! c "iintry in and adjaeent to the lower Ohio, wbilo its looal beaiaess must be eutlieicnt to woll support tho road. \Kban com pleted t' Viiiccmics, it il 1 give n cut olf railr <ad rout* from the Ohio at Evimsvill* to ilm Miisissippi, at St. i,jui?, of lit. u ilcs.atainst the jirosetit river route of 370 milei, and from bvansville to Cincinnati of 211 miles, a^ioust the pro ?cut riter route of 360 miles, in cither earo. tbo distance will be performed in lees than one-third the timo now re quited by the river. The bonds are for $1 (Ilii cach, redf omab le l"t ,/ar uary, 180S, principal and interest payable at the i'licnix liank, i New Vi rk, the coupons for tho latter on 1st lannary and 1st July, 'i'boy arc convertible into stuck up to .'kith April, lh.'>7 and arc secured by a lirst and only mortgage on tiio whole n ad from Xvausvill* to Vinceune* it* machinery, fraBobiras and appurteaance*. Tho nortgAf* also euvors tin1 real oi tat* pur.-ha. ad by tho company for depot*, ice., wl ieh *o.-t $10,000, and is now worth mote. ? ' Tlie tr.jjLi rs fer the bondholders are Kvan R. 1! lib aad J.'hn K. A^oaaford, of the city of New York. N aleil proposals for the whole, or any part ol tlu s? bonds, endorsed "l roposals for Evatis\illc and Illinois Huilroa l lljiuls," will he received at the ollini of Caiinnann, White. .ou.i* a, Co., 60 Wall street, until throe o'clock nn the 1! th day of June, intt., when thoy will h? absolutely ili -pored el to the highest bidder. Pi iu ted exhibits of tbo rou l. 4c c., with a map sluwi ?k its loeatioa nnd coniueti.ms, can be obtained ou appli -ntiou at the above named office. JliiiN INl.l.K, Jr., Seoretary and l'inancial Asont, E. ii 1. It. It. Co. uv ii cnan! New railway loan? $200000.-- canandaioua ai:?l Corning Company. ? The Directors of this Compa ny will offer ut puMic ana peremptory salo, ac the .Mer chant*' Exchange, through S. Draper, Auctioneer, ou Wed ntsilay, Juno 2.1, 1853, at 12 o'clock, noou, $200,000 sovea per cent shi rt coupon bond.i, beinu' the second mortgage on thu roadway and equipments of their lino of work, general ly known its the Jcilerson rond, and connecting with ti.e Eric roai! at Altnlra. These L.md.- rnu uiily to the year 1X57; tho coupons pny abl? Ut of May ami lft of November in each year. Tho pro ceed ? arc fi.r the further aud complete equipment of the road, rendered essential and mode profitable by tbc increase and increasing counci t ions of the line with other aud iiio.it imi rtiiiit works in tiie great Mat# of New Y ork. and to liquidate existing flouting liabilities. The bonds differ from many of those now in the market, in the fact of an actual tangible security being offered, as tho road id ti?i*h?u. and in actual ai.d profitable operation. The Canandaigna and Corning Hailroad Company was in corporated under a special net of tho Legislature, in the year 1-1.1; the terminus fixed, at tho southern end, lo ins Corning. It w*?, however, Determined by tho directors t> Couni i t ? ii h the Chemung road ut Jefferson, and a special m i fi r that purpose ? as passed at the session of 1800 Tho el!; rtc r w one ut tho most favorable enjoyed by any compi in the State. 'Ill j name of the corporation was not meed when it-' route wai- altered. '1 In ri ad is forty-seven miles iu length. Koommenccs at tlie terminus of thu Chemung Koad, at Jeflcr?on, near the head I Seneca l.ako, and runs nottherly, on a Uireot course, with fe>? aud easy curves, to Cnnandaigun. Hie Chemung Koad connects with t lie KrioKailrit.nl at lit! lira, and i under lea.-c to that corporation. Tho Canan- . dai::ua and Niagara lulls Road, with w hich this road con-* necte at i auaiiiluiiiun. will be completed to the Suspension It i ill in scifSon for the summer bneincjs of It&i. Those roads are all on the broad gsu^o. 'i he r< ad wax completed with a single track from fanan daigna to .leffcrson, on the lftth day olft. September, 1851. It is l uilt in the most sul etiintial manner, so as to ensuro a high rate of speed, and is laid with heavy T rail, of the weight of sixty pounds to tho yard. It has stood the test of a remarkably severe winter, and is considered by pood judge* to be Inferior to no work of the kind in the country, ft is but poorly supplied with ears and loevmotMes, these bavin? been hireti fore furni.-hed, on certain terms, by the > i w York and Eric Railroad C ornpany; ami it i? the inten tion of the directors to devote the proceeds of this issue of bonds prim ipally to tho pnrposo uf fully equipping the road It passes throngn a remarkably rieli and fertile portion of tin State, thickly studded with towns and villages, end gives prcnilfe pi a bmtnesifrem this source equal to that of any other rocd in New York. .A table showing the number of acre:, population, and value of real and personal es ate in each of the counties t! rough which the Cnnandai'iua aud Jefferson Kailrcai asr.es : So. of Arret. Population. R'll Kitntr. JZitate. Chemung. .. .Slfi.tKIO 'M7W S7.MT.H7S $U!*i),7.HS Steuben. .. .W, WO 68.77) 1 t.Wl's721 ?l!?s.213 1 ?tes 204 ; 1 1 ;il .v.* 8,866 .>2 814,252 Ontario 895,107 ? !'27 17,ti77,027 3,111?, .",11 Totals. ...1,842 051 157,0*4 $18,050,510 47,101,630 7,101,ti.f0 Ural and personal estate $05,818,140 The road forms a link iu the gr"at chain of wide giuge works extending irsm fti.i ?r* 1'alls to the City of Now York. 1 1 also connects with the Central line from Albany te linftalo? with the road from Rochester, tbroirjh Lockport to tbc Ealls ? with tlic Williamrport road through Tenu-yl vatiu at Eluiira, arid with Dunkirk and tho State Line n nd Lake Shore Roads via the Erie from Kltoira. There is llttls doubt that the broad guun chain, of which this road forms a pert, will rcccivo n full share of western freight aud travel. Freight lars laden at Niagara Falls will tie scut duett to New York, without breaking bulk, as must neces sarily be the case with the Buffalo and Albany road. The security cf the bunds may ho judged from the cost, present ii come, and future prospects of the work. The en tire coat with lull equipment*, as proposed under this ad vertisement. will be $!).i0,(J0n, of w ieli the llr.it mortgage will constitute s . to Is i p. nd the second ^200,i*tH*, And tue share sub-eriptions $ lOO.utXt. Of the la-t, $ 129, IMS) bus b en i>Md iu I ouudint- nor i t iinato jipou tho monthly receipts for the past six mi nth-, the revenue derived fr in tho year'* busiuc ? w ill not 1 ii 1 s inrt of stOn,iNhi, fr m which fi*riy per cent being deducted for running expenses, leuves Siill.'Stii, biiii( an ini.cn at of more than -even por eent upon the pru sent co t of the road. The total bonded indebtedness of the company i n thei-suiu^ of t' c second mortiaje bonds, will be if jDO.OliO, on which the yearly interest i.- ISSJ ; to that, ewn Mil'! "sing, W hat iu view of the facts above statod is an impossibility. t? wit: that the income of the road will be no greater during the next year than dnrln; the pres"nt, there can be no doubt that the iutcre t on the bonds will be punc tually paid. With the road properly equipped, and with one or mere of the section* of the CnnandaWua and Niagara I'alls Koad opened, the directors are confident that the receipts of this ro.u willle nearly, if in t quite, doubled. Tim fact that the mere local receipts lor the lirst year, with all its disadvan tages, arc sufilelent to ninintnin the road is considered high ly encouraging. The lonttli of this ro?- being fsr'ie-sCTCU u ilea, the luortgajjo debt will bo about Ml, (KlO per mile, les* than i no half the cost i 1 construction, which makes this loan equally tccitre with tho most unquestioned bund and mortg^c. To lecure the payment of the bonds a morl^ni;') t,a* ' ecu executed in favor of Shepherd Knanp and llirrnn K' telm^i. Es'iuires, Irustoes. on all the Innan aud lixtures of the coinvAny, and also on till Its incoino, issues and re eeiiits: so that these bonds come under the denomination of both income and sccond mortgaee bonds. Iilllli TIIRS OK TUB I'OMPA.W. Simeon Ileniauiin, of Elwiia. F. W. l'aul, of CanpndniguR, Solomon I, G file ft, do. E. Smitb, I'enn Y'an, Oliver 1'holps, Caiaadaigua. JaMOi tlobiwsoa, fiorliim. N. Gerhnn , di W. il. Oliver, Po&n Yau. W. 11. Clark, do. .lohn S. Kiu^, Genov*. TO ( ') NTH A i TOIUI.? A R L II ITKCT'S OFFir*, MIU tary Asvlsm, Waehingtim, D. 0., May2?, JW?.? S^ilud SmoosAJs wBl bd riNirad at this office nntil Wsdnssday, the )th of Juae B?xt. at IJe'el iek II., for the eonstrustie* ef tke haildbigs of the Military Asvlura. near this eity. Tke mint of tko main building i* one iiu idred and tfty-two feet, its depth flHy-seren f??e, with a a ing eigliiy-sluoe fee* by ferty. six f??t, t) e whole of wlii^h is to ho faced with stone. I repoaal* will be cntvrtaiued for eouiplntlng this buldiag m marble, a graalte. or a frso st no faeing; kat aa bideers are reqavrted to lead with their respective proresalt A fair aptiimcn of i ho ?I<;n6'witb wtiiuh they proposv build, accompanied by partieelar information as to the lo cality and sapasitv of the quarry, which speeinion wilt be rctamsd as a tampln inder the contract, fn addition to the above building, there will be two moderate sised dwelling beasi s for tke officers of the institution. The plans and specifications may be examieed st this office, from Monday, tke 7tb, ?irtii Wcdnculay. the .'W.h of J tine next, si above mentioned, where ail other Information relative to the loca tion and character of the buildings will be given. Bvcry offer to tonstruct thee buildings roust be accompanied by n written gnaranfre, signed by one or more rospensille toir lons, tc the effect that ho or they undertake that the bidder or bidders will, if hu or their hid be accepted, enter into an Alligation within twenty days, with good rcud satflcieat safe ties, to orcct the proposed buildings according to the plans nnd specifications which may have been, or may hereafter bis, famished. In dcoidlng en the lit is, rerard will he had te tke ouality of the Materials offered, and the responsibility of the bidders, the right will be roserved to aeeopt such offer* only ai may be deemed most adv*atagoou* to the govern ment. and also to rejeet the whole, should nene of them be acceptable. All bids te be sealed, find endorsed " I'r.p.sals for building the Military Asvlum," and addressed to Ii. 8. IIiIXANDtR, Lieutenant Corps of InaineArs. The Daltimom Sun, New Fork Herald, and New Terk Courier and Enquirer, will plsase insert the aheve tkre* Hans n week nntil the 30tb of Jane next, JOHN M. MICIIAEK, :*i OLD BLIP, CORNER Or South street, bus for sale drain for any amount, whloh will be cashed throughout Great Itritoin and Ireland. Alsn, issues certificates of paMia^e by the Eagle line of New York and Liverpool packets. Refers te Messrs. John W. W kit leek & Co., Sherman V Collins, Acton Civil, Esq., Jtc. RI M I TT A N C H 8? rAMAOIS.? -DRAFTS FRO* <1 and upward*, payable at tight, in any town tkr eughen Ireland, Bnglsrd, ffootland, and Wale*, nr* 1mu*4 W BOWMAN. GRINMLL * 00., 83 South street, left agents in this city for tfc* Swallow TnU lin***f ldr**p**l tad L**don pnoket ahip*. ? OFFICE OF TOl ACC1SSORY TRANSIT COMPANY of Ni**rarua, New York, Jihic 1, a aisoting ?f the Board ofDireotor* of this i ensnpany, held tbis day. a dividend of two dollar* en each *haro of tho (took *f thii company wa* declared, payable to the *teekl|e der*. at th* oflice of tb? company. No- 01 Wall street, enithe 1.1th m*t. Th* transfer kooks will be elosed from the 5th to th* litll instant, both toel-.U*. ^ -,'^/aC C.LBA, ScfsUry^ I V 1 DEN D.? CITIZENS' FIRF INSITKANCK COM pany, New York, June 4. 1M52.? A dUidnn 1 *f eight Cor eent has keen dsclnrrd, this day, pavaMe to the itouk ?Idevs, en demand, at the oflice, N o. fir W all struct. J. M. Mi l,S A s. Secretary. #1/1 AHA w tNTEI)-ON FT'RN'ITITUE WORTH fP lUjOvl' fill (100- with the Uie?t nndoubted rslor enees, for onoytnr, tut whloh a good per oontago mill be ptid. Ad' iem " il. A.," ?t tU<4 t tfitt. FINANCIAL. pftei'ObALA FOR A LOAM Of StfMMKft 1M THB ">M A Btun a i>altl* cf r?uuhjlvauiu.- Thf ftrsteeetio* of an ?jI f * *? Aenntnt'ly of this r Hthi'i antiUal w ? providf frr the imrm-d %to eaaipietioa of tbe Norte Branc i Extenftion tf the ou?yivatiia Uaha],' ?n. ptafod the *ecoud .lay m April. A. I#., 1*52 provide* *Tj5 a.1* ' ?!u? * 0 'ttiaoiiwsilih be and he i# aert by ??. to borrow, on tlie faith of th* conui<?n -v^altli \ai J?? Fi ?">? iiasfd. and ? hiub ie beroby ip? c;t " Miy pletped for the payment e! ii ? lutarerft ?o4 ra payimui of tbu pciocipai, tl?, HUai r>f $ <i0 . nW and U??* ee. uticatct oi io&o vher :f??r t ?; icvtuable to thirty ypaj-s front da* % besting intercut at a rat* n>in?xv-%>^k\ui m per oent pet auiiiiut, payable ra?f y. arljr t u *|??oie, ?ii ib<- Ur?t da?* el J Miliary *u? Julyi<? 't.:h year, t a termed the Nvrth Bt an ch tail a*. Loao Ihi ?c ?ud ?e?ti<?u af baid Act furtbri areviee: "That there ehal) to auaually apart by tb* Uomajmicm r* of the interaa! Iuij-r??tineat ru.,d, tue ro ? aue accruing on ?aio eaual, froia and h-u - the *****?* of Hue yucnt fiua 'ijulda ti?u ul iu\.i iiii.1 c.f v.e debt berab> authorised- aiid ii shall be the <1 ? ty of t,h? taid cotnmU?Ji<?ner?. after i^.yi igbUc ititervn* aunnutiy, t? i? w*t t ?*<> mii pi 00, together wi b r,b *o | tuajulation lat^rest i& th< said loan, -r ;n any etrher l. aa j ol the>-oiii?i: >nitea)th; it ui^ Kan can not bo pur? liaaed at ui p;?r \ aloe, t he naid in i f itmei 1 1*> 1 irt* a -kit** luud fetlfct rtdentpUon of th?* principal < f th ieau atit* maturity." fbe \0i I ? ?'.< :? fti a : the General !? mi My, eutiilil I "An Aot t r? ide fn tx ur<iu ary axp i-h of iotot'j : co ? u t, ttie rvi.?ir of tho puMii; canala %u l railroad?, aad other gen' ral an<i ial *p[ ? oi-rintiet. enprcvei the Uo. further pr fidee, that the certiBoaies at) >a n I autboriM l by ai. 'Act t? nrovide far the imme uate vomple ? tub of t)?o N(?rth Urarob hxtcnrioa ?f the Peaaayivatiia j C 'in ui/ appr-?vvd ou tho 2d da> ?f Aj-ri^ia t :h year IH!*V ! shall not ue tuhjort t;. tax-ti.a f<>r a > |.urpOd? whatever. a? (1 it <*' all bf the duty ot th. Governor ? ai!pt tooonpoftf to attaeiied to ia:l. otrtiuoateii, i. fit tamo manner aad ai a? th i }uii I to \ attaoh< t t ? nd? ta b# fta sued nnrior tho *tr*ivLiorA of tbinaet." ia pursuance .if tK? ? jthjritj? afi.ru ?i :, ia lnsrcbj itiTtn, th?i prapuNitU will botoiBi??ii *t tlic I'lli. -I oi the So iteiarjr ?f tic Cmb mouwtnltli, linti' thtvi. o'.lw.'k. l\ M., of Suturi*/. the ink fuy of Jv'.i' ?oxt, fur tiio pitrt'uM ?f luiri:. .; f? tb? wfktb.fnr tli? puriKf? *?'' 'orth in tli fofCiciln* ??tsof A? (CBbiy . tlie auns of $WW,'b'J. m ? tata n ]nt r?it n<>i #?? f .? ?ait.ir six p*r i-ent p?r auuiiia, liatf v.;ar!?. in si>o tknUllq nr.l. nS. ui tli lttMrf rf the fttatC Hw im lotu i? u* r?tloeiu?bl? tbirl v jn rs t ' <I?t?. The rwrtiS #?U? of ltd. 1 l"?r tlio ? be -ultj. ot t? titxKiiub f r ?> purr ??" nli*t';vcr. ssii sh*Ii have oo'ir. ns t ... k to tbe ters* tf th* fo g Ii l kut tiniiHh kii? MiiJ r.Tti! <\to?' plUtli t'<i m?i<? (?? k"* ?f b?- una t u ?bun*ii!i4 ilo!l?rii, ?t tli". opiS. ii of tlia hiaJvr Ttio pr' p (In mti*t < tate Mpli^itSy tho Mii iout propo od to bo t?u. *,tb# low. -triit" ot iiitrroHt, anil tho I r ijunm, buts? #im"?r fr??<i "o t^a^ iii 'i^inrt'T p#r rent oili lio er<,of. tain. it. I *.?<? Tho rt.^erv.'s the ri lit ti R'sopt. tb* whole or any | nrt of the tum . flori.il, ?cle.-ra tue pc^poa^i ?ti|. <r?". to tho contrnry. lint- mti.sr l.o rtirootftaJ cit. Ko C3!idit:?n*) or bypi.tlif tit *1 prauofbi. ?>t fi'r lr*? tliar. par. wilt I.orcociv*. |i ;.?? ti>o *'. i'ptant'? of tb? pio Sunul, tlio one-t.'iirii of tiio ai iu. j mn.-.t bt- prli iato the. tatt Tr a^m imuifidiutoly; u .i her thirJ i? i'O ai.O t)i?'? LiuuiiU i n. l'.tl <lav- tliLroul'ti i, aini upon tbe pr?^outat??. of r?rript t'r-.m t(.<- 'I r.'??i:rT t r said | tyiaont?, rorMh?a?o? of Ii an will hoissiiod a'-soriUngty. Hie prr,po?*l< int?i l? Uiri-cti'U uii'lcr f al. to the oftic" of tho or. inrt of the (Vie moim-oalth, en<lo"?e(i "l'rep.>"*'n for I. ian " Tl.oy will Not be openrti uutil tin- |i?ti"0 for ditfflotiaft tt >i.r ooateats ha* arri??d, when ?.. altoratioa in th* Term* will be periuittvd. Tlio Secretary oi' tho Commciawulth, ip tlio iircscnco ?f th* fl*?MMti gtat* Trowwr, Auditor Gop*ral. aad nirb othai ?pr? in? aj may eie proper t In) pKwnt, al.ell .pen and pub Jlth naiu propo.alii, whoa the (iiiTtnv.r wll' award th* loas to t'ae lowo.it uml l.est bidder or bldilrrn. r. W. Ill (!llt;s, Secretary of tho C'or.ia.ouwcM'a Becretary'* Ofllee, lJarriaburp. May 7, 1?5-. Proposals * im. its received roir avm or net less than $l.t)SV, at tho office of (J. S Robfc'nr Sc Via, No. C2 Wall street aotil Woltesday next. tbo Idtb J bbc. at 3 P. 11 , for ( , $300,090. ? , 7 p-T icat Firct Mort-agc Itonds of tho Tn.gn. tailrouii Corupautv, (convertible, at, the optm-. of t helper iito ttouk,) iBtercst payable semi-sBuually in New York, br oeupuu.*, ami th# principal payable i? No* York in W:. The following cxiiil it mi tho p*rt of *:>id eompuuy, will ex plain ti.e character of kh? security otieri d : ? The Tioga Railroad Com ran; extends aorth fron tk? rieh bituminous cca* mines. near lilnisburg, '1 in?a eenuty, Penn sylvania, tn tho New York Statu lino, near Lawrencevilie.a distance of twenty-six miles and ?t that p->i?t i:?cn<> ts with tlio Corning Kailroad of fourteen miloiUtloagth. torm tB? a continuous rjnl terminating nt the town of Uotuil|i situate ?u tho .Now Y?rkfci.d Erie, aud llufful*. i_ oriutig, and Ne?t TiirK Kailroads, nnd Chemung Canal Tiie dom ing Rnilroad is now buing relaid with heavy too* Q ratio, and lias boon leased for a period of ton years t? tki Tioit Railroad Company, nc that the latter an mod company wut operate and work ?lic entire line of railroad b twee* th'- ooal ?iatf, Bleisburg and Curring. Tho trsek ot thaVcga Rail road is now laidT with a Hat bar rail, and its original co-it vu about $44C i?0. t'nder authority of roccnt a-ts of tlio I.o^ixlat'ire of I'ennsv lraaia, and with the concurrence of tho parties in iuterent, tuu bonds, (took, and e'awas, have baan eoasoliiiatcd at fellows rr farroJ dividend consolidated stock, 3.S00 sba-on, M. $.VI f ... $190 omt Common ? c> n 1> I i d ? t ? d stock, 3 *60 shares, at $.r4l . . . 1!U MO Tho l.egii-lature lias authorized tlio Mato authori ties todt-lircr up for cancellation, stoek;amountmg to about ', - > "7 T! ? Tii Itailroad Com pan y hire uintle a contract with responsible parties fir relaying tlia track upon tho Mew York and Fr o. < r six flCt gautu, and placing thereon vory superior heavy iron II rails, 'l'his road, the vutire eeinplo lion of which is goarautiod en or kef ro the 15th of August Ufxt, mil, when fiblshed, * |nal in tho purmaaonsy of its structure, an! rsilroad in th? Ifuitul Stntm For the pnr poi.o of mooting tin c.\p?asn of relaying tho road nmi its ?qiiipnieut, the sonipunr hav*. nnd?r tho most ample autho rity from tl o Legislature of Ft nnsyl van ia issued p?ron por i s' at coupon bonas to ths anrount of ^."/>U WO. pnyal le, prin* j <-ipnl and iutorcst. in tkseity of Noir Tork, souvortible into I ftook, ainl soenrerf by a mortraco, in trnit, to Tboodor* Deli on, Alired !<. Trnaar, aed h atts Sherman, Kaqs., of th? ?ity of New York, wbUk mort^agr is tho first and oily lion upon tlie road, lt? furniture, and fraaakisss. IiMMUin oiijioss nnd ours ar? eontraotod for, ii:l? ioi.t to trsutpork tho inimon."* quantities of Ininber. coal, sod ini*oollanooua freight, which will pas* over tH? roods, a? noil ai ?a?^en gorr-. Tho toal, wkisb i? of tho Tory b'-st 'inality, and inoK nnostibls, is iiiw tuinsd and delivered ia earn at Bio btirg, nt al otit fifty eouts per ton; aad during the oast and prciout year has eomssanded tliroe dollars and fifty eobts per ton nt Corning. With ample faoilitiee of transpott, the i-ale and eonsnmption of this coal wiH be iamciikulv iucr< a?cd. and it if coiiHd?r>t)y belioteu tliattUa d*niar.dwiU only be limitod by tho sapacity of tke roasu Apart from tbo oonveyanee of coal, tli-'r* >c a very large local buMiisas from timber, lumber, ahiagles. coke, iron^ glass, av d misosllanoon^ artieleo. There i.re now ovor twenty millions of foct ol lumber ia and n-'&r ike lino of road, whish will be carried te i> ready awd e >od market wbefc tho traek is rolaid. Uuny who Iirvo heretofore rafted thsir lumber will avail themsolvoii jf tho mere rertaia and raidd conveyauce by railroad. A plank road, ejrontccn ir ilea in lcBRth, and miming thrjUKh a section of good pine ti?ib?r land, is now koing eonntruoted, ni.d will terminate at an important point of the railroad : the butiuess and pro fitaklo rsTonn* of she oeinraay will thus be greatly in creased. In tho rieinity of lllosiburg sre abuniant tlcpesiu ef iron oro and tiro slay of tho best quality; f,ro st oe ant fin* wl ito sand for gluia works; stone furaishing tho best ms tsrinl f< rmilletonos. whetstones. gri*i'i<t*nos, :ino koartli stoaos for firaaews, sluo al ouad in the si?tne nsigbborli'od. Tbo v slier through whieh the road runs is not surpassod in j ths fsrtd'.ty of its soil, yield ing abundantly snperior wboat. Had all s^rioiiltaral products Common to tko ri<-k valley lauds of snuth-westvrn New TorK. The vsudation of tlia tountjr nf Tiora lias ipcruiitd three- f .Id iln*? this eompany war slisrtorcd ; thelscal passenger t rarel is esisf-nnaslf* in? reaiinp raj i.ily, and with a btoadily lncreasimi tkrotign trarcl netth and south, the passenger bnsincss nmnt t-? large and prolltablo. Tlie company Lnre tbo most liberal ar.d pniplo powers granted to them by the Legislature. llraneheM to mi vas ai'.1 mills iu any direction are anthorUod, and will 1-e Made wbonerer snch eit-msioas will insure a profitable rvtnrn for the outlay, 'i'boro are several v^rjr imsertaiit extent-ioas anthorlxed nnd contemplated, which, wiien made, wi I add greatly to tho v.ilno of tho Company'* property and earnlage' Tlio r^ad being nf tlio Fame ?auge ai the N ow Y ork and Vric Itailroa i, Ca'-iJitatei the uninter ruptsu interclittnge cf produce at toe least expenfo alou 'the eit?u('ou lino of uenntry h rd ring on that great work. Tbe following ostimsto of buiinoes over the r -nd f- r one year after its completion, Is inaae after a carof-il consideration of the ok moots ol revenue which surround it. I.'iO.iK 0 tons coal, at cea' r pi r ton, if J!T>,7M ,tt,000,0t)0 fcot of lumber, at 10 cent* per 1' 1 1."9? 1'abscngors and tni- ccllai.cou.< frctglit lMWO 122 ?xpcnkcs, say TO per cent 61 lctimatednet oarnin :s for the Tcarondieg Ang., 1 *53. f 61,374 Fro m which th re are to he dennetod ? For interest, say 7 per cent on $.'wO,UOO $2-1,500 For dividend on | referred ftook $U,lfKi LorS amonut a nuiud aud payable by tbo State uiidcr hur guaranty 3.0t)0 2*. 100 f.?aviiu< a burplnl for jv n-pr. ferroi stocv.holdnrs. . . %\l'.rja Ity r#f, ror, e? to previous stufmc it? i4 will bo eh'srrnd that property o-jstiDg, when re'.iil and equipped, $790,00(1 ie mortgagod for and that the estimated net earn ings amount to Jtil,."7j, a sum largely ?v*ouin;; tkn T per cent agreed to be paid ns the bonds itsu-id. Kofarrlng to sostiohs 7 and 0 of the act of th" Loiislatnro cf rcnnsylvanfa famed April 8, 1-iO. foil natlioiity is givon te Issuo these ords. and < reate a mortgage to snoure thom, and a sals of tlitm is made as ralid l>?low, as at, or above i-.vr. JOSIl'U W. KYIRS3, President, Proposals to te directed a? above, and to stipnlata for cash payment on tb* 17th of June, when tho bonds will be delivered. 1 he ae rocJ interest, from M*v 1st to the 17th June, gotl With Ui? luJtd. O. 9. KOBBl!fS & SUN. ^ DAVIS, BROOKS k CO. A0RNTL*1I AN, t'OS^BSSly?! i ^fclTiERABLE CA* Itsl. is desirous of purohasini; an interest in *,,n? ? ?_ established bssbiors; wholesale grocery, liardwaro, or jiv bing biti.Inc-1, preferred. Mii wishes to bee imo an ae'ttv* partnor, and lias an exteneivo country aud city aequaist Iisee. Address, with roal nsmc, sa l stating where an in terview may he had, "(!. I! . I'artncr," at tbe llorald office. All eommuEioatinul strictly ecnlldential. TO CAPITA LISTS.? A GOOD OPFORTPNITY IS OF frred te a men witk from $I,IAW to $l(XOMO oasli, to in vest it to advantn/e in :i perfoctlr safe an 1 pro'itable busi ness, that will reqiiiro but a rmall r rti. b ef bin tinu to attead to it. I'cr partiumlars apply at otf1- Broadway, eoruoc of rniton street, of BALKCOM k MATTBIW8, Dm UA^TS orr KNOLAND, IHILANI), AND SCOT lard, for any amount, payablo in any city or town ia the United Kingdom, on sale by SD WARDS, SANDFORD k CO,, At Adaut and C'e.'s, 19 IV all street. DO TOl ?VANT MONBY, FROM S .V) TO $.V),OOOf Give to the nndcrsigned house Jewelry, Diamond*. H atches, Gold er Silver Ware, or Bar ether goods ef na largo space, in eoasignatioa, and yoa will receive thehigbosb amount, on aeeommedatin^ conditions. For any other kind cf advances which may tie desirod, ou good securities, writ* or apply to the Amoricca Couiignweat oiBce, 17 Beekmaa street, up stairs, room No. 5. Tho members of bttilding associations and other*.? I)o yon wish to redeem, buy or sell charosf R"gistor your names with tbo mbxeribor. who has on hand shares in the South Brooklyn, Irwin. Franklin, Empire, Citizens. Second American. First New Y ork. C. MA6GI, Aeconntaat, Ac., No. fi Nsissn street. CASH ADTANCES, OR PI RCHASEs FOR CASH, Olf gold and silver ware, diamonds Kltehoc, Cliaini, Pi anos, Si gar*, Dry (loods, and Grocerie*. Also, bargains far sale, te pay ad v.iuees? a variety of ti e above? silks, linen* mmsllns, k ., at tho Cash Ltan Office, 8fi Nassau street. ?Nl|d lleor, front room. JOS. IS. DA CAMARA. EXC17R8IOIV9. Excursions to ini rrsniNd banes-bym* day except Saturdays. Fare U cents eaeh way. ? Th* tea steamer BUFFALO, Cap*, Hanoox, will leave Uam ??ad (treet at7Ji e'elook: Sprit*, 7V; Graad, B. B., 8X| Oathari?e.b^i l^fer He. < n! Af1k.-tet??iB? ?*? T. II. Kafreehmeat*. dihing tackle, ke.. Brovided. For const island? landing at foet iiamil ton each way. Fare 12*4 eents eack way. VFiB oera mepoc regular trips, oatuuday, June Otb, the steamer C. Dl Rant, Capt-Bcal. Lesve Spring street,. . DM A. M. I pier 3, N. R 10 A. *. ..12liP.il. " " I P.M. " " .,8>iP.M. I " " dP.M. Leaving Coney Island II A.M. :: :: :? ; ;:;y<?;Sfc N. B ?The now and ijtlcn d i d s'teamhoa t NO R i? ALK, c?pt! B F. Betts, will commence her pvulsr trip* for the *easo? to the Nlai'd, June I ?h. SUNDAY F, VCURSION TO FN ION PORT.? THE NEW and I" ant iful st anil. est I Mil STHY, I nM ||neb< .i..k, will n.ako s trip id the i;nst Kiver 1 1 I ni,n p.,rt, on.Snnda?. Jneo 1.1, lesviiii- t In- fuut of Canal street at 10, fathering Street at hall past III. aad Broome strout at H e'clcok A. M Returning nil! leave IJnii n|,ort at half rmt r> ?; ..ijek IV M. each a *y 2,"> cent >.