New-York daily tribune


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New-York daily tribune
Alternate title:
11New-York tribune
New York tribune
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 53-56 cm.
Greeley, Horace, 1811-1872
Greeley & McElrath
Place of Publication:
New-York N.Y.
Publication Date:
daily (except sunday)[sept. 16, 1861-1866]
daily (except sunday)[ former 1842-apr. 27, 1861]
daily[ former apr. 28, 1861-sept. 15, 1861]
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- New York (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- New York County (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
New York (State) -- New York   ( fast )
New York (State) -- New York County   ( fast )
Newspapers   ( fast )
Newspapers.   ( fast )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- New York -- New York -- New York


Additional Physical Form:
Available on microfilm from U.M.I.
Additional Physical Form:
Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 2, no. 11 (Apr. 22, 1842)- v. 10, no. 28 (May 11, 1850) ; v. 10, no. 2831 (May 13, 1850)-v. 25, no. 7801 (Apr. 9, 1866).
Numbering Peculiarities:
Issues for 1842-May 11, 1850 called also whole no. 323-2830.
General Note:
Published daily, including Sundays, Apr. 28, 1861-Sept. 21, 1861.
Additional Physical Form:
Publication date: 1842-1866

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 09388331
lccn - sn 83030213
issn - 2158-2661
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f - Mail.MSu cribers, Five:.DdBMotapera,.Rmnain.
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Noed yd."nd therhiMfor-.which it is paid.&Adverm..e it.
jimeet lwW be-charged S30 cents per lia. each inaertion.

Mh "hed e;er. ,'TUESDAY and iDA- morning.. Prioe $3.
p in. Two co pies fore Ten for $20. Adve.ti.
t6 eaent a line. for each. iwrt on. .
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*1 nad Vtictry !-Thp Whigo of thepCity
audOR and al otbere friendl7 tq tho 46c
Uo a, d u Gq k a-RA W., -'ar in4ted toW a )nemi b ai '
wHa tes (Cobotution Hajll,) No. 650 Broidway, o,
paIlDAY E E.tNG, Sept 3 at;8 o'clock, to receive ad
feleo;me to tte city a numiaitios elfquen and diltiRinlimeh..
V h whome nanAsP will be announced hereafter :'
t Byordeibofthe Cwtt Cntral ommitc.e. .
i BEO W BLUNT, Vid. Chaea-e
W. L. SHARDLOW,_ecretary.
F ;- .^ott Ceatral o'i.Miitee.-A Special *bet-
Is of .thi Comm.itee will N heLd:. at.ead Qiertero, Qn3
1u IiHal, bn.TI.ii IWedneaday) EVENIG, SeptemT
beq; a o o48clock.... By order.
1.. W... .. t," OBERTT.T HAWS, Chaimna..
&~rF.6 REE.BON Vice-Chairmen.
.r UnIist*a.-A regular ,meeting of the UnlonistA" Aa
doiudOn will ..teld at the Broadway House,.on WED NS.-
6I1: EVE.LG ,next,. 8ept. Lat 8 o'clock. The Asecia.
taip :wille _adihreieed by several eminent and distingr s.ted
f'r. A' fuo attendance of the mcaber:s 1 arneils
ar.ed B- .order1. -S i. E N, Leaeenly
A. ,SWoRTH,- Serets ieu
: BDD.,
W AtIgbhtefentb Ware Chippewa (Uub-.A regn-
refeetin !-ot this Club will be hold 'at the New-Havei
Botel,cor. of4th av. and27th at., on W.EDNESDAY KVRN-
MiGSeptembf 1, at 8 o'clock. Those favorable to the elec-
iAon of SCOTT and GRA &RAM are invited to attend.
ELISRAS. JMDT, VioeoPremident
6is' y, NESBITT, Treasurer.
,J~ ii c a l K j ticj $ . .

'-"Ete~ewftISoclety of [Ilechanlrm nud Trades-
uCurii ofhi. City of-New York -The regular meeting of the
Society wi.obe bel at Meche.niea'Hall, No. 472 Broadway,
TalIS (Weaneeds; EVENING, at one hour a0ar sunset.
..:"-::,- TRGMAS, BAStLB, th8e~tatry.
,built for the Detch Reformed'
t r.7 '::Kinggto. .. Y, is .oW completed at the macnfeloi
.ior.,* No.' '72 .Cetre-st. The Clergy, Professor~ai ad Acme
(rgisgeneral, are respiectfully invited on Tij]D-y"'
^ock. _____ HifNRY IelISti.,
~w. Cireutlap.-NEW-YORuK &ND. SANDY HOOK.
YE LE ..-AP .COMPANY.-This Cempany is now ergan,-
l2'a-ui~- ai"iewfit 'laws of the State of'New-York. and ha-
umder t'otraet'thb ontruction of a line of: Electric Tele, frtmI h'Cicof New-Yozk to the tlighlandsofNeve-
inti[.Jor aidy HBook. "
Tbe:'graft importance of thi, line is. too apparentto re-
qKi much e ipianation. The commercial interest, of oix
eu3 i.eznaud the adoption qf the mosn rapid and .reliable
xeaof enmriuniLadog with vessels apprea.hing or leav-

SPetitions, Anpeals, &c. Also Odes, with -lusc for various
f)ccasions. Embellished with numerous Engravings of the
Emblems, &c. By Rev. A. B Grosh.
Since the adoption of the revised. work a great want has
been experienced in the Order of a complete ManuaL for
the guidance of its members, which, while it should eluci-
date every step and degree, from the initiatory to the high-
est rank, might, for accuracy and fidelity, be wholly de-
per-dab!e. This bhdas been the aim of the author and publish-
ers in the preparation of the work.
The whole is comprised in a large 12mo. volume of 384
pages, printed and bound in the most perfect manner. The
illustrations oonbist of a steel frontispiece and title page,
with nearly one hundred highly finished wood engravings.
Price $1 50 per copy. Agents solicited from every county
.nd town throughout the Union, to whom a liberal discount
will be allowed. .
SWOMEN.-A descriptive and practical work, show-
ing the superiority of water-treatment in menstruation and
itf discords, cllorosis, leucerrhe a, fluor, prolapsus uteri, hys-
teria, spinal diseases,; and other weaknesses of females; in
pregnancy and its diseases, abortion, uterine hemorrhage,
and the general management of child-birth, nursing, &o.. II-
lustrated with numerous cases of treatment by JOEL
SHEW, L. D. FOWLERS' & WELLS, Publishers, No. 131
Nassau-st., N. Y., andNo.,142 Washington. st., Boston.
"'A Novel for the" wholeUnion will be published soon.
SouTH, showing the true character of both, by
He who loves not hie country can leve.nothins."
The intention of this deeply interesting novel is to flums
rate the dignity of labor and show the influence of Amer-
ican Institutions on the character of our people both North
and South. It is a book for the Nation : nothing partisan, or
Sectional has swayed the mind of the authoress. Mrs. Hale
is not tinged by any of the isme of the day, but, is above any
female writer of our country ; a true representative of the
moral dignity and grandeur of woman.
H. LONG &I BROTHER, No. 43 Ann-st., N. Y;
This work cannot fail to have a large sale, and the trade
are therefore' requested to send in their orders early.. Bound
in cloth price $1 ; paper covers 75 sent.
S 0 CO., Publish
SICILY: A Pilgrimage. By H. T. Tuaekerman, Esq.
Forming the Sixteenth of the emi-Monthly Library. Pa-
per c .)vers. 25 cents ; cloth 40 cents. '
CONTENTS : Preface, The Pilgrims, The Quarantine, Jour-
ney to Catania Biscari, Vincenzo Bellini. A Walk In Cata-
ia, Syracue-, Journey to Palermo, The Capital, The Novi-
Stiate, Vittorio, Discusion. An Episode, The Past and Pre-
aebt, Segesta and Selinentium, Sciaica, Agrigentium, The
JAPAN: An Account, Geographical and Historical, from
the earliest period at which the. Islands composing the Em-
vire were known to Europeans, down to uhe present time,
ar d the Expedition fitted out in the United States, &c.
By Charles Mac Farlane, Eqq., author of British. India,"
&'&c,'&c.; with numerous illustrations. 12mo. cloth. (Printed
from the advance sheets, received direct from the London
Pubflighis.) .'
hai le" 4 t0'Bristed, Esq.- .A new edition, in 1 vol.,' ehoth,

PORTRAi. ."' of,: Gens. SCOVTT and
S PIE ROE, engraved'owsteel in stfipple and mezzotint.
Proof copies, 19x24, $1 eacsh. Just published by
-.J NEALE'No. 6 Carmine-st., N. Y.
The usual discount to Agents,-ClabiPstmasters, &c. .
SCHUBERTH & .i'CO'.,': Mfii Depot,
N No. 257 BroadwayNL. r equesta -e--blq(.
their Immense stock of Musi, -t.oV C a, 6for 2 1
inds, for Organ, Violin, Vielonoe.o,.Harpl estra, e_6
and, ee.ivy., "tetearea ww-.
~1~I orvfirtuosos at r, eetts
'leotn.ionl he United States, of *1o,00 wort. .ieio1
qroprtelan A'eArLisa m ..- wi l b ... MW W..n "it

.\'. ._:" .'";;; fl ant ,: '^/^,,

A SCooE ^Wi.ih'er and Ironer, by ae lie-,
.' apectable ydhig ,Wcmdn; in a private femily- ha,
peed city eference^ A pb:ato. 48t Hudson-st. Also, h'
a, respectable" Girl a" .eBf.iai' explain Sewer, Chambermat
and Waiter has gcd& teferihncefrom her last plaqe. Apply
as ag above. .. .." -' .' '' ,
,"- 'good plaii Coo, W aMsher and.[row-
JC~' ei b arspeti~B^Vomnr.wiol^ iketQdc~oghose-

A S COOK, Washer,oi fIroner, by a rq,-
spectable Girl, in a small p sriate family; has good
references Apply at No.120 CQ pnt, the rear. 'I .

S .S CO.OK, and to wash and iron, in-a pri-'
AjL vate family, by one. and 'as Chambermaid and Wait-
rpee.:or as Laundress and Chambermaid by thed other. thesee
Girls aae vejy experience, acid hove good city reference..
Call atNp. 74 6th-av, in the Bookstore. "
A SCooK, Washeu.andironer, (is a first-
rate laundress) or to dochamberwork, by a re.pec aele
young Woman. The best of city reerences from her -l.t,
place.- Apply at No. 852 Hudson-st.

A S CHAMBERMAIDs- and: plain Sewer, In
.La resptctable private family; by a respectable young
0ooan. Best of c(t' reference' given. Apply at No. 78.
Cresby-sfct, cor. Spnng. "

A, S CHAMBERMAID- or Waiter, by a young
W1 Wo hian, who has good'reference from her la8t eam-
p1loyer. where 'she lived'one year. Can be seen for two days,
"9 to 3 M.,. at No' 9159 ,, firs floor.

together, with minany other eminent Artists, whose nan is` duly announced. ..' .
Ticketafor Afternoon and Eveaing, Fifty cents, nochicks
giveni' Afternoon-duers open at 2 o'clock. Conoerc a;3J&
Evenirg Concertat .7. o'clock. .. :-. -, ,.
Ti oprevent- crowdiug at the doors, the public are rAe-
quested to buy their tickets at the Secretary's office, No. 47E9
ffiawa* at the Music Stores, Hotels, k.t. -
frjBLU'S?, TO-JN Eight' : Wt EDNEa',;
...DAY, first appearance in: Amerie, of
Fi rstDancer. to the Queen'sTheatre, Londo, .Opera, Paris,
ard Grand Theatre to Madrid.' Second Nigh. inAmerioa of
the celebrated Actress,,. ;.,' ... ,.
Letitia Hardyv.. ......;.......... Miss Fitzpatrick.
At the end of the Thirtd Ac -, Grand PAS. DEi DPIUXlJ'bj
IiLL DE"MBLISSE, acid MO~OiS. MKP,41. ".
CROWN. I,&.-liKONDS. Senonrita SOTA appar
Last appearance.of the French Opera Company. ,, .:' *
KMa wer.-T-HIS EVENINGO, September 1, to' om"
maene, at 7. o'clock. with the Overture to Regine. '
-TObefllowefd by the five act Comedy called
Letitia Hardy,Misa Fitzpatrick I Mrs. Rackett...Mrs. 816Wh.
Lady Touchwood.. .Mrs. HaleI Doicjort.. Mr. Wheatleigh:
Old. Hardy.... Mr. 'Soai i Sir G'. Touchw0od,;Fleiing
First.ight in America of the French Danseuse, Mlle. Do,.
'.: EVENING, Sept. i1, t ie RAVL FAMILY will
appear -in five, grand.entertainments.
The performance, will commence with the Pantomime of
To be mncceeded by a favorite D I V gRTISEMENT
The whole to conclude with JOCKO.:'
Tckete50tcts.,' can be had at toe principal Hotels, Musti
*toes, and at Castle Garden. Performances commence at7i
9,slock.. .- ..

L s--TilIS EVENING, Sept.. will be performed
-'"' SCHOOL O REFORM. for.
Lord Ayondale-...... Dyctt Gen. Tarragon........ Burton
Mrs. Ferment. Mrs. Skerrett I Julia. ..... Miss Weston
To conclude with the Farcepf
Dress Clrcle' and'- Parquet, S oeuts; Second Tier, 25 cents;
Prlv.te Poxes, $5; Orchestra Chairs, 76 oents. Doors open
at. 7; tO commence at 71 o'clock.
S.-Orand Gala Day-WEDNESDAY, Sept. I -Splen-
did Performances at 3 and 7J: o'clock. The great Prize Dra-
u a received with such applause will be repeated buth AF-.
T IIBNOON end EVENING TO-DAY, Admission to the
Museum and Pertormance, 35 cents, children under 10 yean,
half piloe; "

V 444 Broadway.-Open EVERY EVENING. Con-
ceits and.thiopian Delineations Mudis ursurpased and
Negro Delineations uc equaled. Doonr open at 7 ; Concerts
ctlinmence at 8 o'clock. Admission Z5 ceuts--children half
price. The Afternoon Concerts are discontinued.
erts at the Otto Cottage, Hoboken, by a selebritet
Band of sixteen Performera, every MONDAY, WEDNES
DAY and FRIDAY AFTERNOONS, ntmesnecing at 4
icloek P. M. Should the weather bo favorable, the
Concert wili take elau the next Mr e ca.

V% UOD & SON No. 411 Broadway; have just pubJished a
Practical and Theoretical French Grammar, by Felix J. B.
"K&stle.. By using this new method, any pupil of ordinary
Jiint l]igenee Wil be able to speak read and write the French'
rlloguage in a sort time, and be will be sore not to make
any bltmders on the genders, which firm the most difficult.
part or thatlangiige, for he will find in this method a)l the
rules necessary to know by the termination of a noun
whether it is masculine or feminine, with practical exercises
after each rule. '
'TH E 'CORSICAN BROTHERS, or, The Wer.of Ven-
' geaiice. A Novel, by Alex. Dumas, author of "Monte
Cristo," *l Three Guardsmen," &c. .
,. The story of "The Corsican Brothers" preaents an inter-.
: sting picture of the habits, prejudices and superstitions of
tht Corsicans, sxd particularly of, the. Vendetta,' or war
of vens genc, caerfd..on between families. and connections,,
' soree."tf -for .-'verai genexatfona. 'tU l the original ro-
' ianeetromo wbioh was "tra ..ti.ed the ..v, ions-ow play-
.i'el ,k 't it .aters of London asS NeW-.obrk, Price 25
cents. -:
BUNCE & BROTHER, Publisher, No. 134 Nassau-st.
~ The.Odd Ft lows' Manual.
nn Philadelpbia wll pub'is'c on Monday, Sept. 6,
THE ODD FELLOWS' MANUAL,: Illustrating the
History, PrLnciples and Government of die Order, and the
[nsrructions and Duties of every Degree, Station and Office
in Odd Fellowship, with directions for laying Corner-Stones,
Bedicatitg Cemeteries, Chapels, Halls and other public edi-
fices. Maisha.line Funeral and other Processious. Forms for

A YouIG GIRL from Scotland wishes
for a situation as Chambermaid. and to assist in the
washing and ironing, or to take care of children, or to do the
general housework of a small family. Respectable refer-
ences given and may o- seen at the store of iMr. WES.qr-
B ROOK!S Dyeingi&cubliehmaent No. 111 ith-av., any day
until suited..

A YOUNG LADY wishes a Aituation as
Clerk in a' ancy Store, having had several years'
expea-ncet Good recommendations given as to ability, &e,
Ca Iat No 21.3S Varick-st.
e'a eiturtie u as Houseke eper in some nice family. The.
best reference, given. Apply at No. 61 South 5th-st., Wil.,
11amsburgh .r.,
wants a sita'ion as Nurse and Seamstress. Caun out.;
aud make shirts and do all kinisof plaia and neat stw'g'g
Can give the best of city refeiences. Call at No. 285 6th-av.,
first floor.

a situation as Chambermaid and Waitress, in a small-
private family Has'g lod city reference from her last place-
Pleaee caJl at.No.46 West 14th-sL j

a situation as Ceok, Washer and Ironer, or would do'
general housewora in a ,mall family. Can be seen for two'
days, at No. 99 Grenwich-av i. best of city reference.
A RESPECTABLE GIRL desires a situation
A as Chambermaid or to do general hoesewoik. Cad,
give good city reference. Lived three years in lasn place.'
Call at No. 8 [1 4th-av., front room, 2d fljor.
to do cooking, washing and ironing of a private fas"1'
ly-no objection to go in the country; the other as Chaimh-.
maid and Waiter-no objection to do general housework sI.,
a small private family. Can give god reference. Call at
No. 199 Forsyth-st, third floor. Both Protestants. ,,
S ANTED-A situation in. a smal1i
family to do plain work. Inquire at No. 78 Nodtfolk.
st., 1st floor, in the rear.. ..

WTANTED-By a young Lady, a situa'W.
.V tion as Companion and Attendant to an invalid lady.,
orf as Nursery Governess. In either capacity she would ha.
willing to smast In sewing or housekeeping, if requiredd.'
References of the highest respectability will be given. Ad-.
dresu C. W., Tribune luffice., -.;...
TJANTED-By a respectable yoing
T Woman, a situation as Chambermaid, Washer ani
TIroner, or would, be willig to take care of children, the best
ofi.efeirence oven. Call at No. 470 Houston-aU, comerofthe
Bo.wery ; can be seen fqr two days. if not engaged.'
W TANT'ED'-A Girl-a first rate Cook
Washer, and. Ironer. Also, a Chambermaid a ,l
W aitres. Apply at No. 14 West 21st st, None need applyn
unle wellmeo mended. '
WjTANTED-A Lady Teacher, residin
iBrqyntote ach ah ib~csgdc~
aelect b A*i Addr., ,1

A BOX t.TH PA ELSandooks in
it, diecte WM. TULLER, Esq, arrived here in the
steamship Soutilerner, from hbarleston, in the year 1849 or-
1850, for which an owner is wanted. Apply to
SPOFFURD, T1LBSTON & CO No. 48 South-st.
an officer In the French Army, (who resigned in con-
sequence of the usurpation of Dec. 2,) detsires a place as
Teacher of his native, language, in a School or Academy. He
would also give private lessons either at his own residence
or that of the pupil. He is alsocompetent to teach all kinds
of military exercises, the handling of arms, the theory and
practice of firing at a target, and a1l the movements of foot
soldiers. Is married. Inquire at No. 650 Houston-st, near
Wooster. .
sell a new article for the Totlet. A real oeautifier.
War ted by every Lady. Apply or address No. 317 Bowery.
By inclosing $1, samples will be forwarded. ,- ,
CHO LISTER.-APerson -who has
bad much experience, would like a situation to take
charge of a Choir. He sIg' tenor, and would play the Or-
gan if required. Address L. A. W., Tribune Office.
F a teacher of him native language in Pads, offers his
services to schools and individuals, No. 128 8th-st., St. Mark's-
place. Refers with permission to Mr W. H. Lesgett.
Broadway and 12th-st.; M. LeRoy, Broadway and 9th-sL:
Dr. B W. McCready, Christopher-st; M. Beaumont. No.
6&0 Houston-st. -Mr C Colgate, No. 72 Wall-st.; Mr. J.
Priestley, No. 12i0 Naseau-at. 2
F a Gentleman desirous of acquiring a thorough knowl-
edge uf the French language. Address Box No. 690 General
Poslit Office.
GIRL WANTED-To do general house-
G work. Shke must be a good Washer 'fand Ironer, and
plain Cook ; and havr a city reference. Apply at No; 420
Greenwich-st., near Laigh et.

G OVERNESS.-A Lady is desirous of
%X obtaining a situation as an Assistant Teacher in a
School. She is capable of giving instructions in the English
branches, and also of teaching I he rudiments of Instrumen.
tal end Vosal Music; Address C. L., office of this paper.

OSIERY.-Importers or Jobbers who
may. ant the services of an energetic steady young
bian having a knowledge of the above department, will
please address, to-day, ASSOLUTION, Trilune Office.
.MARY and ELIZA DOBBINS. Any information of
t hem, or either of them will be thankfully received by their
sister, AN N DOBBINS, care of Henry Smith, 7th-at, above
Poplar, Philadelphia.__________
SMARY OBMOND,.of FaFlow. County Waterford, Ire-
land, who sailed from Cork in the year 1846. When last
beard ofwas living, in New-Vork and married to Joseph
Smullwood. Any information of her will be thankfully Le-
ceived by her brother, JOHN ORMOND, who landec in-.
New-York the 22d of last June, andt is at Chfarles Feugeir's,
: groeer ori, of 414t.,. Sd-av." . .-
TNURSES, Seamstress and Cooks want-
Ied immediately for first-class situations. In the most
respectable private families. A pply, with references, at No,
148 Grand-st, Also, Coachmex 'add Waiters.

cellent Cooks, Nurses, Waitresses, Seamstresses, Chain-
bermaidat Housework Girls, Laundresses, &c e &c., want
places.. Also. Men as Waiters. and Protest ant and Catholic'
Servants, at office-best office for good Servants-N. Y. Em-
ployment Office, No; 478 Broadway. T. P. SAUNDERS.
table families, for a large number of Children of both
sexes ;.also,' of Women with Infants, at low wages. A pli-
cation to be made at the Offie of the Gommissione of Emi"
gration, in the ParkR.

;ACHER. WANTED.-One who can
assist fn.'thb Classicatand Mathematical departments of
a School and who is.willing'ro'devote his whole time to the
wo'lk. To secure gttentioi the.references and real nan'i of
the' applicant must be gien,', and his terms must be explicitly
statfd. Address C. L.,Tubiine Office.
0 TEACHERSA-A Gentleman, com-
petent .to teach. the. Classics and Mathematics, is
wanted for three or four houirs'in the day, in a School in
Brooklyn. Unexceptionable references of moral char-ater
will be required. Apply at o 0,2 Garden-s,,Brookyn from
8 to 10 oclock, A. M., orbetween l and 3o'c -.
JL -A Gentlem.nte a soholg f a di.kshed U til.r
ofGerman, wo an made. at~itctfon .hA i~ tudy, 'emshasq
been for years Profesor in Ielgun. aid France, wold like
toenter. Into an an ngsr cement wth n UV0p0si t Col-
lege for the teaching if ancient and modt n lCIA ss masth-
emaiesi history, etc eto. He domes highly remme"ded.
Address Box fo.566PoWsfuff-ce..w-r... : ': :"
SA grauoto of one of our fir4 olleges experience, li
teachit' the hearer of good tesno2tio in-desidrous of
obtaining an emaagemnet in any,PQj'oolor family, :i the/eity
Ar'eld"lhere. AkddsR RR. ..ib, .Office.,, ,
TO 'i'kLAYEL,-fS11rse, Seaistred anid
Lady's d nl1 u t iusines
1 ,, ,, A "i a
.... ..9 .. .. '/ -.' .:* : :"' : : .. ..k',:. .. -s' "

. 46 H kWANTED--'lo find anenter-
| .LpfP tf pr -gperson, with the above amount,"
!o5jo.18 te edveruler'in vry profitable manu fateinAg.bge

4. 00 -The advertiser wishes to-
"'a 'e;UU J .invest the above amount in' the Flour
BusitOes, with aome one already established. Address A,
W., tribune Office. "

,, n ~mvwc Viitrats. .

Good accommodations may now be had at the old
hioce House, for single Gentlemen or Families. It Is in a
miotsalnhrious andapleasing position on the elevated bank of
theZEast tiver It onnimaLde the free privilege of a good
Bath-bouse, with fine chances for sailing aad fishing. Access
from Ps ck blip, New-York, four times daily in 25 minutes,
by steamboat Ravenswood. whose obliging Captain ( Badwin)
wilt readily poiut out to the passenpes Washington s Head-
Quarters, at the second landing place.
,iOUNTRY BOARD.-A private fami-
'y, residing near Rye1 Westshcster County, would
t1 k.a few Boarders during the month of September. Ad-
drdt C. W. G., No. 3,091 Posat-Office.
JT' Two suites of rooms being vacated at this very pleas-
Rn Deistablishment, an opportunity is afforded, to those who
ira .desire to secure Boa d and Country Air for tue balance
otf e season, within easy access of the city For further
information apply to SAML. E. FRINK, Esq, No. 19Park-
plae. -
% ;APE MAY, New Jersey.-The proprietors of the fol-
to ,'g Hotels at Cape Island have refitted their establish.
me Is this season, and are uow prepared to receive visaltrs.
Tb' flatter themselves that their accommodations areequal,
wn 4fln some respects superior to Saratoga Springs or alew.
po- nd they respectfully request the traveling public of
Ne York and its vicinity to pay them a visit the approach-
tngtason, either for pleasure or the restoration of health.
Tit celebrated watering place is hot equaled for its bathing
adutages on the whole line of coast; the beach cannot be
Asi'ed for its safety, and the beauty it aflbord for a de-
fig.h I drive. In connection we would state that a regular
andi 0 g ie of Ocean Steaners leave New-York at Sofclock
P. -0 fompier 14 N. R, reaching Cape Island the follow.'
lng. rning at 5 A. M., where carriages will always be in
re! a to convey passengers to the different hotels, over a
fine nnikB built last summer. The steamers of this line are
o0ml seo of the
,., DELAWARE .......... Capt. Sam'l Seymour.
i.)KENNEBEC............Capt Chas 0. Clark.
._ PENOBSCOT........... Capt. Whitacker.
.Tfirst-unamed steamer is entirely new, built expressly
for ,roue wit splendid state-rooms brioal-reoms, &o
Th to steamers have been thoroughly overhauled.
ith w furniture' "The fare to Cape May and
Phi elphia is .meals extra.
C 0kESS HALL.... ..W.B Miller Proprietor
NSION HOUSE.... ..Hooper & Ludlam "
.hbTATES H 'TEL-......James Brown, '
AERICAN- HOUSE....M. Reyndolds,
DELAWARE HOUSE....Ja. Meoray, '
CENTER HOUSE........Jerm'h E. Meoray, "
COLUMBIA HOUSE......L. Harwood "
ATLANTIC -HOTEL..... Joseph McMakin, "

S ooarb anb- Roomsn*

.JfcGentlemen and their Wives can be accommodated
wiitno:Bpard, anc 'the privilege of hot and cold bats, at No.
187 East Broadway. __ _____
. A GENTLEMAN and WIFE canheac-
-. .-conmMddated with a desirable Room and full Board at
tao. 6rWillow-st., Brooklyni. ____ _
GENTLEMAN and WIFE and four
or five single Gentlemen can be accommodated with
Bvoahad pleasant Rooms atNo. 11 Varifk-st., near St.
Joh4 ,bPark. . .
-AGENTLEMAN and his Wife wish a
'fJ;eat Furnishec Room with Board, within a quarter
of a-'ile of Nislo's Garden preferred.. Terms must be
modeatte. Address B T. W., Tribune Office.

A.GENTLEMAN.and his WIFE, or two
sin-'"s"gle Gentlemen, can be accommodated with Board
anbe pleasant Rooms in a respectable family, not far from
Fulton Fairy. Apply at No. 80 Nassau-st., Brooklyn. ;..
A !PLEASANT front Room, on second
,ea;-story, to Let to one or two gentlemen. BreakfasraAd.
Tea ifdesired.. Inquire at No. 155 Clinton-st.

A SUITE of elegantly furnished Apart-
'ietnts on second floor can be obteiBainaa private first .
claasif6hoe, with board, near 5th-av. and 'Madson-square.-
Adde.s. M.DAIM, Tribune Office. :
AiERAN HOTEL, Pnama, N.o G.
., ffThis Hotel ia by far the most airy, spe0acious and ea
trl IlU house in the city of Panama. -'
-4. JOHN D. BOWLEs, roprietor.

:A'TOR-PLACE HOrEL, Nos. 733-.
-'3 7roedy, opposite Aasftr Thi
S. Hote- wiL be opened for the re6dbitoa ofI
shoi ut. ''a10th of September. -
z,. ,,.,- ." .":.WATNRMd T, JR., Proprietor.

C.ENTL.E.AN' ..and his Wife, '. 0 .
. is),6 ,tle. .aw e swosnmodat.. d wi..',
at with tes ttwcle d. odn sec~od ~q.
or~~~~~ a .awl1 c~ioc
srnbbwfiwoilo, 0 e00 ooy itol

BOARDING--Two .. Gentlemen and
their Wives or single Gentlemen can be accommodated
wiib pleasant rov.mas and board at No. 17 East Broadway
References exchanged. '
BOARD.-Families and single *enrle-
imeq in search of Boerd will find deJi'htful auiteo and
le" Rooms at No. 37 West 22d&st'., ,dear 5ch-av. References
required. House new, with all improvements.
0 A RDING.-Famiilies and single
B. may obtain all the comforts of a private
bom5e with large'or smal] rooms, having paz tries and gas in
e with freeus of. baths, by applying at No. 387 4-dt..
1 OARD :in, BROOKLYN.--A-r.iate

, ei t bt6oi etre- s Wgle Gdt llenq to,.,H 40ply to Mrs,
SMORE, No, 2(38 PeatL-st., betwvee nd.Tilaryts
Brooklyn, or a note addressed to H. i M., at thisoffige, will
meet wi hpprompt attention
-Spveral gentlemen, or gentlemen and their wives,
having satisfactory references, mey obtain pleasant rooms
'with ull or partial boaro, in a delightful location, within ten
minutes' walk of Fulton and South Ferries, by application at
No. 144 Hicks st, Brooklyn.

B OARD.-Two or three single Room&
are vacant at the Temperance House, No. 63 Barlay
; also one large roo, suitable for a party of three or fon
entlemeD or a Gentleman and hi Wife. Also, transient
"boarders can be accominmodated
B OARD in BROOKLYN.-A& Gentle-
man and Wife, or two single Gentlemen, oan obtala
Board, with pleasant roon s, in a family where there are but
fow boarders, within five misiutes' walk of Fulton Ferry.
References exchanged. Apply at No. 57 Higlh- st.
BOARD.--A suite of Rooms,.two story,
suitable for a Genttemaru and his family, or Gentle-
u-en. with every comfort desirable to make an agreeable
hr me In a private family Apply at No. 15 Warren-place,
SCharles-at., near, GOeenwich av. -Stage route.
BiOARD.---A family up-town, on the
L west side of the city. having vacant rooms suitable for
wo gentlemen and their wives, or four single gentlemen,
desire to rent the same with board; baths in the house and
Sail the convienences of a home. Address '" VACANCZ,"
Tribune Office. .
B OARD-- With good accommodations,
Is can be obtained at No. 87 Irving-place, one block east
of Union-square.
B tleman a rd Wife, and three single Genttemen, can be
accommodated with board and pleasant rooms at No. 67
Nassau mt.. corner of Peeal-st.
BOARD.-Families and single Gentle-
men in search of Board, will flue delightful suites and
single rooms at No 4.5 G',ove-at. House with modem im-
provements. References required.
BOARD.-Furnished Rooms to let, with
board, at No. 320 2d-av. House new, with modern im.
provements. ".
OARD.-Good Rooms and Board at
No; 63 Fulton-st. for traniient, day and permanent
BOARDIb G.-A. pleasant front Room,
B in second story, with Beoroom annexe5, to rent ith
Board, to a gentlemann and Wife, at No. 130 Orchard-st-'
References exchanged.

Gentlemen and their Wives or Single Gentlemen.-A
private family occupying a very pleasant house near to the
Ferry would like to take one or two married-couples or a
few single gentlemen to Board ; dinner at home for gents
week dAys if desired. Rooms furnismhed or unfrolished.-
Terms reasonable, and references exchanged. Address P. at
this Office. .
BOAR.DING.--A large "and pleasant
B Room on the. 2d floor. neatly furnished, or unfut
nisbed, with good pantry, to let with Board. to a Gentle-
man and Wife or a couple of single 'Gentlemen. Apply at
No. 81.Henry-ast.
S0OABD.--Large rooms, with bedrooms,
S furnished or unfurnished, suitable for Families or sin.
ie Gentlemen, at No. 115 Bleeaker-t., third block west of
Broadway. ___
BdGentlemen and theit'Wives or' single Gentlemen may
Sobtain pleasant looms. wiLh large: pants attached, in a
first class houe, and where there are but few boarders. Ref-
eren exchanged. Apply at No. 29 %Hick-st.
OARD.-A family, residing ina Brook-
R h, l.'having vacant Rooms suitable for two Gentlemen
Sand thf i'Wives, or four'inale GiAltemnen, desire to rent the
adam'"with Board. Baths' in the house, and all the -con-
S:veniences of a home. Apply at No.-58'State-it, opposite
Gardea-st .. . .
B .CHAMBERLIU S .North River House, No. 247?
W asuingron-st., near Washington. Market. A. fewy penm.
nene Boarders can: beaccommoiated with Board at 0 3S0.
perweekf Also. fmit0dsh&''oomfn to- let with or without
B o a r d ."' .
I DOARDING.-A very pleasant second
D story tont loom and Bed-room to let, with Boardto
ranGill an aedl-s Wite, at No. 177 EasttBrdwy u
side, between ute.i-A aend e'nn- w-", .,
? ]IROOKLY~.- A gentleman and wife,
-o r two Gentlemen, canobtain a pleasant Rooml *tthe,
imflhed orthe'rwise,' wh~ artdal Boardfr -tGr-- ilten
at Nfo. 86 Coecoid-ati within a few minutes' walkof-Fulton
Ferry. Referandesszanlru d. . .. ". '...
*-iNOTON iiQUARE.-A Gentleman and his Wife (no
Si t w i th u sean f ri kitc n ot i a fow .t ie t ;1o n4 wo iut ,d
Taken, with or without' psrtld bl~a "_ld dumpi~
e.. k.. .man spLoke A,-p tt rato. 11 St.

., 'I ,' :
V O L -* XA. m '. 1 ;.. ....54 9 ...Y._R..,'.^.E. ; A.'-.I, ,w . .! :.-8 .,

VOL .-.....NO. 3,549. -' NEW-YORK-WD, '.NESDA- ,.,.PT.BF:. 1,1852. PRICE TWO CENTS.
::N E 0RU

AS HOUSEKEEPER, by a middle-aged
Asleriean Wbman, an'i has no objection to go a short
dittdce ini the country. Call at Ne. 196 ELm-st, front room,
up stairs.,,'

log our coast. '

Ito o. l .e mie 'tbO46'.Iaeltdt&km bbvitul /. ', : '>.
; -I~i~a f~te eta~ k 4Ft.hipi^tr^ ym1~O diVided in.
to shares of. $10o each. about one half of which has been
taken by. th dwr'es. m.erchn and others, and it is
deiabe that thebalan should be diatri bted amonl the
*ihippiug inter. s, dt our city.: The object.0f the Company is
the pubitc benefit, although it in believed that the stock will
Miayegood i. terest,.. .. .. ..
b _.c..ptiDns ar.?lolcited), as the Directors ae aunxieus to
alve the means o completing the work by tte st Novem.
SElwood Walter, E. K Collis, ,
Chiles Carow, .. Edward aincken, '
Juhonston Livingston, John D. Jones,
Stephea Cutter, Samuel Porter,
Clarence Livingston.'
.O ELLW00o WALTER, President.
CBARLES CAROW, Treasurer. New-York, Aug. 31, 1852.
-''3" Take Iieed.-Several of eur distinguivbed Physi-
d^B h5av examined the Porous Glass Filter, ael have ex-
raared ,tJir opinion that their general adoption would conduce to the health of our. citizens. Everyone
thataeeq Uth great quantity of impurities separated from the
water by thireFites miut certainTy coincide withth he PhyV
shiis s. b' Prove all- things and hold fast to hat which is
g .ood." DdpOaNo. 316. Boway. .
S Ai" topeseRxprsa--Vla CENTRAL RAILROAD
w lfK wJRSY. Twie dasy from New-York to ama-"
bo Pa. Leaving at8 o'clock A. M., and 4 o'clodk FM.
Offid No. 74 Broadway, Naw-York. .
I Atlhaioa I Actentlon F-Scott'and Graham Aa-
ElMtleono fWrnabed with Klag, Banners, Transpareciels,
I hby AGKERMAN & MILLER, at their old itand, No.
Ui Naas-t., between i ulton and Ann sts.Jo
Be Cttert intel Sence POorte rnd laborr
Exobhasi6e Non. 25 and-27 Canalgst., New-York.-Th.a
offie Is established by the CommIAsioners ofP eigratOt.
here can always be found large numbers of Laborers ani
Uervants at ve'r low Mdte of wages, and persons 'an have
thd, irder filed by writing to the Superintendent and send.
I ti, amount, neo to, pay the .passage of the partles
isqud No gre. t quage tof eprnto epa. te fro.nt
.w .East b tiver Betlding Association--A rew -
iae M Pothey Mleeting of tha Association will be held at
their rooms, Thalian alla, No, 492 Grand-st ,.on WEDN 5-
DBAY EVENIIG. o'ept.l. at 8 o'clock. Members are re-
queatedto be punbctal in the payment of their dues, in or.
der to save the fines The books of subscriotion are open
' ttheoffice. QBAD[AH. NEWCOMBE, President.
AJIF NoED R. HETFIELD, Secretary._ '.- .'
;'%fs The. eegblar telon.CIy ms eetn g of THE
eVENIN(, Sept 2. at 8 o'clock, at No 421 Broadway.'
kemhers are particularly requested to pay their dues before
the meeting. Shares will be offered for redemption.
8. DRAPER, President.
Ei. DELiAFIELD SitITH, VicePresident.
J. ro, KENDALL, 8ecretary.

rect biy announces ti tihe'a m musical public. of Now-Yor,i '
that her
wl takeplace Onk .
SjTUiESDAY, EVENING, Sept. 1852,
F A C Ion which occasion
.MADAME-ALBONi wIltI t 8 i5a5c by
Wit. a Grand Orohesita.
.... Tickets-One Dollar. :
Reserved Seaf--Two Dollars. .
Reserved Seats, (Price Two Dollars,) to be had at
tJ.Musio Store of WNJA.LI.AAM tAL & SON'S, Broad.
dONCEJ' ."A: '.' vAET "LN

_T.l eOther parts of the house, (One Dollar,) to behad of
SAMUEL C. JO (cLIE'S Music Store, No. 300 Broadway.
hoors open at 6,e.tloek ; Concert to hommence precisely

." CERT__On" sdf', Sept. Seats can be se.
S red at the Piano-Fote on d Music atore of Wl. HALL &
SON. No. JI39 Broadway, (opp_',te the..ark,) on, and after
.usDday, ITd Sept., froE 9'&. N p.N '. .

Wico sin, the following extraordinary ombinaion T alentwil appear : si., ,b
: OWORTHn' CdEH'.BA .D.. ..- .
JBELTOM'S....AB,'.N ..^ASS BAND. . '.:
A" E AEDJNS's WA'HrlS.TOSBRdass BAND. *,. .T

EI RIYF ,4 NE .BA LAND. .. .-, ... ,
Each' aid will Solo pieces, and the .vh y,
muumbxp Ve.l 1 0 HUN D-ffcO Pp9,1dR lBk
. *, wU prfom eveail splenidid ensemble' pieces6, aMmog Wbich
f(4 b. fund: Overture to Fra Diavolo; March :frwMAthi-
from the... Bnd Mb-_4 by
Blg Die KcasdnI a. b ar.
1141oti bgwa 174019,


-. S. HOOL AGENCY-By E. A PARTY of Gentlemen have now an
S WXL0X, 1e 293 Broadway.--onstaft neo -.t : _-op'ortuity to secure a suit of rooms at No. 58
B by best Institutions, Familes, Teacher. and Matro. B.roadway, believed to be among the most desirable in ifl
e ier cerat. in.advauce on one year cancels advance ex- respect to behad in the city. Alo, may be had, one or tw.
see, d procis hereid'compensatin soo as po- fngt om Partial board if dasied- frene e
'a. Secured by a-&absferable shock. A hebek will begiven, ehaged '. .... .
supply in' the Schools of a Town with our Circular@.e
prTANT ED.--AtNo. .114 Nassau-st,, ARD.-A private family have two
D- ,,- No. 14 Na" .I9=B Wqudae'Roms.tonthe sdond floor, neatly 'furnished,
;- Solh Teacher" Blook-keepers, Salesmen,' Drug with bedrooms and closets attahed that they would let to
rks, Pot eBarkeepeirs, Carvers, Men on Steamers, tWO single G6 itlemctn,wit' or whitlouttpa;rial 8oard. No
ilrsads a ar..s, Coaschmen, Gardners, and Waiters, other boarders in the house. Location not above 4th-st., and
Sto plaes for iartGi redy. west of the Bowery. Bath in : the house. Addrebas C.,
,U T.HO. SPINK, Agent. Tribune Office.-. References given and required.
A' ED-A. young Man, an Amer. I :OARDING for FA.M[LLES.- Suites
Icanas Clark in a rptail dry goods store. One of l'o, Rooms, elegantly furnished, for small families
tirience ;o d good a'deCre N i None blaut those having city: a e secured at the new and conmodious Uniol House,
S xe5ce0 of doubted character, as to habits and qualifica- Nb -79 Hudsoij-st, between Canal and Spring ste., where
neediply. Address P-. G., Tribune .Office. will be found the quiet and comfort of a private houe, to-'
......- gether with -ll tihe advantages of a ptbLic Hotel. Also, a
"AN'-ED, by 1st November.-The few choice single Rooms'furGa nlm ep. v..
ae er, a compete, t man, .wishes to engage for. a ARD in-BRO \KL --Tr e- are
ofyelai,'-aa Assistant Book-keeper, or Book-keeper. in A D in BROOKLY N.There are
B peirmient business Would prefer Assist nt;. Bboka u nk ow vacant ir a first-class boarding-house: -one parlor,
eper at Salay not so much an object aa orie with bedroom attached, on first floor, with large closets; one
4tt. situati. Address A. B. K., for two ays, at Tribune double fro, t bedroom on second floor-large closets attached -
P laxson interview. 7. two siogle bedrooms on second floor. Toe house is new and
.... . teautifully.sit'Dated. in a' genteel neighborhood, within ten.
T A 1T E D-Waiters, Shoemakeru, cites' alkcf Fulton Ferry.. Apply at No. 170 Washin,
SGardeners ad Apprtices. Apply to ton-st., Brooklyn. References exchanged.
;AS0 1U ilso.Broadwaylo; 0. 145 Bowery, Alto, OA Dr-A
kkCaitmat, ids.. .and other, Owell ijecomA enaded.. a; AII .-A Gentleman and his Wife,
w have. fi e places op town. or two or three SinFle Gentlemen, can beaccoiamo-
S' dated with pleasantrooms-and full or partial board at No.
'A" E D 'Protestant Servants.- 4Q6".hudson. si. ....
ewAkrranej~ment !' In c0"wequence of the .. .... ...'" ': ". ''.-"
In opuslna ofth ] I OARDING-EmbracIg the faciliies
a ,f ceals fr 'Primytstaits, they oX,"ill beBchirgd
f ith' ,ial, fee for situdtios.'" Excellent places of all j of up" and down-town commsniatloni by Railroad
rea Ipply at the Select Protestant Agency. No 7 f.nm the center of business to within one block of house
roin e-f.' A::About 20 ebgd Catho ic Girlascan obtain respec- Raihoad Fair Deducted Much reduction from down town
*IeB immediate y at the Society Agency, No. 106 prices;. Extra large Iooms .non second floor, &o Large Gar.
,be .the"S 'cietyAgency, den. Bath,,. &c. Every attention given. Apply at No. 63
T iI'E D ^--By, a Scothm ,ai- Hudson&t., near Ablngdon Park, or address X. U. P, Trib.
AfA .N.F-D-By a Scotchman, a situa- ne .Office. ... .. .
an give c.)ig pectablereference. Address B. .W., Daily O.AR.. W.ANTED.-In a respectable
"unbeO private family, or where there are few boarders, for a
TAtun -A Lad 15'_ to__ 17_ years_ __ i_ Ge,,t.-lenan, ant Dauuhter., either above i leecker-st.,or in
AB ,-A Lad 15 to 17 years old, Bokly.- Adrds-REMSON, at the Office of /he ibwunei
n V n Pnuting House. He must write a fair hand O r t bero s
,0 come, W recommended. Salary $580 he firs year, OARD-Large rooms, with bedrooms,
_t an op t to learn agaod business. AddressX. 0., funishaed or unfurniaehbd, suitable for families orsingle
s !race. .' ., .. ., gentlemen, at No,. 29 St. May k's plape,.8th-.t
.... I .. r.. ,. ; B .OARDING..-A small family, ortwo or,
s 'nb f a onnb. U Lbrt.e single gentlemen can obtain good Board, with
v W ^ -.- --T N large pleasant looms, and .the comforts of aquiet hume. at'
SRD--The house N o. West .19thast, near the 9th-av. References ex-
4th-av., was entered on the night of the s. ..-'-.
,following were among the articles stolen: OARDING at No. 6-24 B3ROAD WAY.
1- tinue golId T., F. Cooper, No. 4687A. with plain gold
;.a ttagod T. C B -Two Gentlemen and their Wives can be handsome.
fe diama Bieaatpinsgle setting. ly. accommodated with suites of rooms or parlors and oed-
7 fi' lady's Biind'i toquisige setcting. rooms and boardd; likewise three Gentlenenn with single
I gId pen16 4h ihte sione in the head, on which was ooms __________ ____
.graved, 'TA 'do. Peckham, by the Union Nomiaating OARD.-Rooms tolet, with or without
oin mittee'i'er tile Libar Association."
1 pocket bo iiig-in gold and $27 in bills; one .Board, in a house having all the modern improve-
'e, utaion ctisued by Harlem Railroad io George metu., A basement for an o f.o Reaferinees require.
P eakham; ntoiesignied by Nicholas rarrol for S50. and No. 5267, near Sth-st.
sr'undry papershvbtno value oily to the owner Together with B O I *-
a lot of ies' and gentlemen's clothin,.lMost of the gentle L OARJD!ON--At NOs. 45 and. 47 &Ut
i men's clol ,g. hs the name of George Peckhtm marked Broadway, for a Gentieman and Wife: Also, f
upon it- also baePp chek No 59, N Y. &I B. RI Road. ' ingle Gentlemen wishing pleasant Rooms. A few day
SThe above rewer will be paid fortheecovry 1ftheprb- boarders can 6e provided for. Batb hot and old water
party and the asrepbofsthe thief. GEORGOS PECKHAM, Apply at-No 4 '.
S ' No. 99, or No. W3'I4th-av.
'' i ", OARD-No. 189 East 15th-st., near
i l"tuyveant park, in a private family, with oommtr
.' Ea f a lusiueesg ^, d i ilous suites pf apartments stlted to families. Also two oi
..-,'--. ,,-- --'-.--.-'..... -- ... ........ three Rooms forsigleGentlemen. The Houseisnew, with-'
Aas, warm and cold baths, &U.


m all gonfegl family withebntochildren preferred)'
poeait ly lotteid in genteel nteighbnrhuood and on -ap
rente. Apply rear of o.16 lS Mercer atu, p stair'.
LET.-Fine light Rooma with good steady Power, to
let in the ne v Ddip6t Building, corner of Centre and Frank-.,
lin-mts. Apply to W. A. ALLN, on the premio seco.
floor, from 9 to I0 daily.- .
S-Three splendid rooms, 50 bv 57, corner of Bleaecher
and Bank aoeets suitable for any manufacturing purposes,
wirt good steady puwea, well lighted on three sies. In-
quire ofDUDLEY & BEE, on the premises.
T 0]RENT or FOR SAL-A large
J number of elegant first-class brown stone and.brickll.
Houses, with all the modern improvements, to wit:
30th-at, between 5th aud Madison-ava.. rent $800.
25tb-st., hetwe en 6t and 7th-aves, rent $600.
S86th-st., between Broadway and "th-ava, rent $600. .
S36tb at.. between 7th and 8th.avs., rent $450.
I 86th-st., betwee 6th and 6tb-ave., rent 500.
S45th-st, between 6th-av. ajud Broadway, rent $450.
31st and 32d-sts., between 6th and 7th.avs rent $750.
i 32d-st. between 5th and Madison-avs, rent $1,000.
Also, Stnres on 6th and 7th-ava. and Broadway, at low
prices Also, a large Bail. at oe. 1,104 Broadwavy, at kiteN
! section of 6th-av.. for public assemblies and meetings Ap.
ply to R. G. PIERCE, No 1,104 Broadway, near'33d st.
TO LKT-The Fifth Floor of building
No. 123 Fulton-mt. Apply to JOHN F. TPOW, Mb.
49 Ann at.
T0 LET.-The first floor of a dwelling
house, containing 7 rooms. Possession immediately.
Rest $b50 per annumi. Inquire of F. WATEMAN, J, No.
6 10tb-at. sear 6th-av.
TO LbT-To a mall, plain, respecta4
Lbie fair ity, Kitchen Parlor or Parlors aue one or mxoe
SBedrooms No. 16 %. est hIs at.
t0c LET, rent moderate-A new four-
J. story aid basement DweJlitne, with modern improve-
mentp, situated on north side 20(i fett. west of 7th-.*
av. Apoly on the premises, or to C. PARTRIL R o. 3
rPO Lc '-Furnished, for a term oftwo
L years, the house No 30 Elm-se. present occnpanh, leav-
ing on account of bad health. For further partieulan apply
on the premises
T0- LET-Two.Lofts, 25 by 70 feet, with
steam-power. Inquire of Y OUNUS 4 OUTTEB, No.
384 9th-st, N.Y. :
0 o LET-Part of. the House No. 147
SWest 24thlst., ,'Lft-ting of seven rooms, with all the
modern improvements. Possession given immediately. In.'
quire on' the premises.
TO LET-That beautiful Bouse, No.383
Broome-st, east of Broadway, I? rooms--parlors with
marb)e mantels end mahogany do.)s, gas aid Croton wacer
fixtures, with kitchen ranae and bath; also, water closets
&c. Possepeii) given immecistely, tnquie at Dr. DU-
SENBUR 'S Drug Stor.e corner of Mulberry and Broome-
@s, ; or, of the owner, at 167 Eat'14th-st., between tot and
2d-avs. "" '' '
0 LET OR LEASE-For at term of
years, the Lot with Impkovemente thereon, consistln
if a Frame Dwelling House and Brick Machine Shop an.
Engine.complete, at No.- 278 kh-st, near Avenue C. Also
t he lot in rear of the aIove, fronting on, with brick
building, &c., suitable for' business puiloies. Apply to I.
B. BROW, No:'71, from I to 2 P.M.
- T0 LET-Two 4-story and basement
h bik H Goues, Nos. 177 and 179 East i7th-.-t with all
Sche modern imprbvements. For further particulars inquea
Sof WM. J. BURRETT'No. 15 Wall-st.; or of i.sC. MA.-
LARY, No. 91 AvenueC. "Renit moderate for biaao ofthe
gear. "P *. ....- ...._. Wt
TO LET-Well-lighted ROOMS, with
oLr without Steam Power, of any asze. lnquie of
or ii C. SM. SIMQ o, No. 18J1Laewis -.t

HOUSE WANTED,-Wanted to pur-
i chase or hire, a Houe...with one or more lots of
gro__undabetwee 50)th-st. and Harlem, of easy acces to.the
ailhoad or a sage route preferred.. A address ,0.1, stating
terms and location, Box 1,839, Lower Post Ofie.

pAeference for a 10eatlbnoa'bote OM d and ,u i be rth~m__ -
References given if rge '6red. N. '
Ci 5:LB., Ht. SMTH,"JL No. 8l Cedmer-e. .
W ANTED- Within easy disteince of
VV the city, a smsa'Cottage or Home. eit1Ir fami d
or.unftncishsd. or plewaaxt. a..,ateiams wfo w m onthj ,
Addre sibox No. 8,41./ .- i -. ; .,-.:*

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.iit and Lease for Sale, with Bar'atrached, handsomely
t fitted up, in one of the beqt. locations west of Broad may.
SThe oa ly Season for selling is on account of ill health of the
; proprietor Apply on the premises, S..E. corner of Green-
wich and Barelay-s.., after, 'clock.
R 'iIAE-The stock,
S'W- JL ^ '"J fixtures, and lease of No. 124 Grand-st;
Sis Low weall stocked with choice groceries, wines, fruits, pre-
Rseres. segas.'.&o., and has a good run of custom. Mast oe
sold immpeist-ly, as the owner has other business, and can-
not attwato both. .Jo particulars, inquire on the premises
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c-front ard baak PBrtorad tw.o Bedroaa to let with -
cut board, at Me. Ma99 BroodwAy, corner ^ & '..
F URNi.SB.ED. ROOMS, to .-,rr .
-WihoitInk l_00i enUe11Me< .- TwoQptea* n
U On thi'si-.-di.flfo, atr, s, 47.Wi6- a fe w
west of Broadwayd-a hdaple Iocuat.. .jb w t da^;&
sek quiesn^'esniines'and& paOi di
^U&^j~~tiE .0 A t~M..w~an
men ,adiC.r Ab Wives or a'itew") an:fe. oeeU
cani be acomesasodaced with. pleasahist.s~featRot'o
rivate tamly, wheretlsere are a-few m-:* i.-ts hsrTh,
o.use ctais all the mode rnmpemen. ,hen. .Q,g ,>
shower-hah-s, and oInetlon pleasant uner. for :tleme
on Sundayas. Inquire at No 9. West 2!. ""tr ww

G RAiRMMECy HOUJR h-Sto,. t98
Broadlwy. coi?Be?:top2Dtb-st;, Ne4.TqA-1 Ithk diw
opened for the r.eaepton or.guet it 0oonnn t "aOUn-
dred 'roOms, replete with. everm ndern t sienw.-t4ndAq
furnished throunhout-i a stli6df e. |gbdve.n ineon 'S
pssed, by:.any ote' In H e. .ity oi ew, York. t"i6llbe
ipt 0on the Amerina' asd'. ,peaa0 pla4i combibL .
the restaurant and table d'hoteiwill'be'-ofrthe h r
cbarac er. The election af the House6 is i the'd -4sr-.
most fashionable porftfin. .if the aity.'aod the D
spare no exer ion' i mke their heause ene the
of Family Het'lh'while' at' the sametimet "iey i
happen to receive ao gest i tose woo may tempursrily 6t
the city. '. i'.. .-,--
N. B-Families ard ''partlas supplied wit'u he
shortest notioe.--New'e.-Y&k Joub- I 0M. ,.
D..ONADi & CO. P60, to
iL oiD de pen.sien, pour sk] ,46tii r da. qls"qu .
tri.s bpnne mImille .frauale. S'-adresser an N&. fl2,..,
P'ost.Olfice .. .. .:",' .
Sto LET-With or without Breakfast dTea, at 'N,0
2h9 Gre-ne-s ,' tween Clinton and vd' .'l^ a .',
house hub alh modern' improvements.
RtVA rE BOARD. -A highly iyeitgt.
P able family havsng rore ron; than Ivreq
would take a Gentlemaaid ai.Wife or, 'pue ortpwlWAN....M.
Lemee to board; apartments and Bitu:lioz1Ma indtm.
the city; terms, very. moderate or wobiftral.e b
the second floor to .a small family- '-.. "-.P0 ve
farther partie nlat.s addse anple to .W. a D nm
where- an ieriew y bbe hAl. ..
to LEI', wit h Breakfast and ee,' at!0o .. :
betweeBn Washingmton -apd West; i ne -,
References exeha -ed. .- -' .: ..
OOMS with BOARD in 4A. x
family. Hands jme parlors on second floor Ili.
.IrLe, suitabe'for gentlemen and their wives or sie*.' I.
tlesnc n, whereby can have he comforts of a U ,,
of bah. N..o..241NtBr ay ___
JX-Several very' pIe-usnt Bonnc sto le:to *hisig gedtiqtf
menu, withontBoi6uhea ,pia..."e .,.7=
R00M. WANTED_-A 6 N.-.0. i
wants from. the slet Oat, Withoat board a. .nled
hio n, with bedroom or closet adjoining. in ..the neigaet.
hood of one of the ferrie, Brooklyn. Address B...
Tribu e Office. ., ,.. .. .L
SSuitablle for families and single Gt.p'.en, n firelp.
class house, replete with all the tncidenr lftx
*164 West i 4th-st. RefeoeDnes. exci aged. -, ,'.' *^. "" ,;
OCIETY-A young G.'eiA,..m.-
.sical aid litemray tastes, desir s Bo1'is;i. as.eteI
private ani y. A-Aoreas. with particular, F-FA& -K, B
No 1,252,Post Office ,
TO IEKT, with BOARD-Afrot
-L.Room, ith-Bedroom aad Pantries attavbhed Also, a
baca Room with Pantries, on the third fludor-fn, d-av.,
between 9th and lOth-sts Localion gen'eel and desirable
one.hlock from the Broadway stages. References iventa
Required. Address Box No. 2,146 .
T 0 LET----Near Union-square,. a F "-i
nisbpd Boom. or a.suite of neatly tarnished aparfethY.""
Applysat No. 858'Brnadway. ' .'. .-*':--' *0*.- *
T Wi' or THHEb : GiN I LIEiVIB, or a-
Gentleman and Wie, sab flrd comfortable Board aeal&
plt asant furnrmhed Booms, in a small: quiet family, by appli..
tmg immediately at No1 ibiThonps~n-st
SNL M oNer Gnteman and Wife. may obtain pleasant
Rooms with good Boad. at No. 171 HFudsom-st The houU&
has all the modem improvements References oexchanged.-
T WO PARLORP,-' balcony-front, in a
I rst clas ho, e, No 1.9914t, h-sr, between 8tn'ad 9th,.
ev to let with board. Also, siaHl' rooms. The hoes.:ba'
baths,. o. I. t ,,..

,., ,q ~r .J H U L E i l o e
_-^ e ^s^__itXE.. HOME in the COUNTRY for It JOHN MAC MULLEN will open rHE GRAMMAR SCHOOL of
"a&4i BOYff'tuWbiion sxtn mifest 'of HARTFORD.-Th Ja aySchofroyonMohvSt:6that J LUMBA rOLLEGE, 'Mray. CHAR
jae.GOubh.Ikt lea&ntlv tts.' advertiser i taki only four boy and.toa nde ten Bovery, one block fioa Broadway and five door aho AT O LL.D, Rector, wil op for th recep
d 'te ftiyqlet andepectabl. ddreaF. s, ear of age, a, devote his whoie ejuicioufly to Bo st. 'ia terms($75 per quarter)' will necesaly kee tipls a r he mmervacatin onMO DA Sept.
on' aiI moral. sinaice) dine Ietultrainiti. A erma, 156 verhis
Sn fcal ..... iuB. aa .j :. ., lheirmoral, p^ 'ieal uW d intelledcut l training. Juema,.$156t f his achdl malery lman. Having resided xl 0re than two yuarv, i. i ...... .. ...
^ 'O. j'. ^- *g of ?l,. gU: ] per aonum. Andrw sBox No. 346 Post-Ofie, 9 brtford, Ct. tin En rop%. ad having studio, d and taug for many yeara.. t 7 --.
it ar17 Vper4artFL Bean, Eaq, at the fo w- ,hefelhise qualified to. do '
am W f lt wtt nhiI4 n, Low tdncation,ithhisity. .. ....... t-eto
ay It .pW eNT GRADPowATE of H R-rv thoutextra charge, Greek, Lan, French, Spa ishesup o tc
'a VA-lD whoi wiltbrivg-the best recommendations d&e i I th Drawinkc:Msl: and Gymnt -i. - an fishlatest tyle of case, mae by one o
.' -t .. : "f T o rpt n2 R in" airi'g ,o, btain .o0 nac9n9 aa at-"Teacflerr in NeW. York, ra- at Lockwood' No. 411. r owen's? e im ker in thi and warrantee for to yeara;
AeSati mvensawood awnfor eb# onsn fore' pvateintructiou for their sons.R Heis. permittn to refer A L No. ie-t. low
r i .faoil oik'Wi ha; "n al gkivdit a.ned.nA. I to.Re6v: Samuel]Ogg o.86.West11th-st;Mr. W..Al'tei, for
No. 3Westl 5tht iv. J.F., .WarSmbriaES L". R. MA. M d
Vya, 1 1 W--f
. 2: elcCanid a.Add;eassU ofV2B; 4A5thv,,fjoai;Iq
0 0 i PaI mero.6,e Yofdikga.1 1o3 .... .. ...... : e .. .. p. . .. .. . .. .. . . ,n ..
-SL.-. !O0N-TST. ACADEMY, NoB 50,9'i ,-,?a; 'G S O o D e
It, OR,'E i"Q.TSo 'L,0T 8BUR N. I N at, W.PARKER, A i. M., Principal -The netSIGNNo.69Broadway where, the best inatrtt on ewd friouma s
i^-e'? ? E'ec'BU ntRini.ebVt will commence the 7thb of Sept Qirculars containing tprm.n w "il ... ait" at 5 {" P l yp oo'secon,- hin t Piano, ncludin .. T alb
3, th ? fSom Wmia g ,^g bra*ph s taught, ..refrepces. .o. mayo. be-ol..iy- ed jr t th1 term P mets advanced, al w ch a for

t pg, A. a < ? ba .n < in. :, ,A'^ ^- :t.. .( PIP q$4 a ikd., We tI aa_.h %fp and, Oki tS ofO 0$os2NCH, N p.-st, ".are1

4 ~ ~l b oi'vn ma~de, mot Q nrhan. b n9c~e, ans~d, I n-MONDAY' Sept. 6. -Mr: Foignet -bega .leave to info, m ....... .. S OO No28Ws 4th-ft betwe 8,. actionn md ">Arch MdiriHm",',Planofl.'The: saufacri
P. . .,b .p. n o eled- from ill health to reanqash in part
p i~tlcaar~a aribe had~of I. F 'l6 Y, orer -f Gramnd, aand ont.for the p6o onsu g 9861; 1,.hich.wt come,tori .upi, .. ------' -.-. '-a .S ".. ...... f o t. teaeeE, oe mui.lihaa .ma'de,'(-rang
JC-. A 0 M4 P O'hoesT
Jo 1r h ,YL SHCHOOL, No. 809 Sroadwayi..-*.FOIGNET,
hne iawiq 6 a t W paid Ia-f -thiisni a lteo f stitiosiwllboionence
made.$ the, eo de t nt. w U- .e e to ad .a.n Mi(,DAYted e-yr Sept. 6. fr dFoigB ton nPQiat -be an
brm i igmstadBr,, w : '. .iAG.B l&'SO].raEK: ;notadhgi ,'_biim~' ~ds i.fv~l~t- .... ,I .otnun .^Babl,.~ und ..... v .. f-.o bleaufl.,., TO -'r".,^ eCf~t;h ^v i,-{vw ... "vd"eeced
ao,. ln, me a a.. iCe fMr.oignet avilhtaaeo eo i to anat ..a-a, hi long acquaintance wMthtYe pblic i

^ '- ^ -- -- : -- -- .bdys 1 w ibe receive, .. an y- Bag0. of(.;heir' ed.Uoa i'o., and l^a~ixo n '0?^1-600^^7, S eptekfiler. "Neto'-ork, ugfjSWt / pire- confidence in -hifjudgmentan secure him a lit
Mallre& dawt andpulio't atii ascoinrlbtddhibiffi ah
Tj a retb candanbebad, of SFT asMoe~rad~n nntefor. tbqpse ugania q#Aon, wjioh -wAsil rpUf0f-------b
V".I.-TRN'Sf SkHINEi5 co.riSA i"&Q H sicreaged pared for tpolleepB ie .heupils, wll., ..... :i- . o, p n e., od ,
is d jn ~ 0contfndih'g~hfi'atablishwodat.eundpu kj~oibl ts -
M^r ^lsidoxara a.. -geM'oeailhm W the .ca 1eiqo to, say, that aa- .a nj *lllTM
edoasair ni, d and Ladies oa TUESDAY, 7th Sdpikilbmt2NS.lCitk

pilus, pincery p hedeumt\5ri flf^ ^ o urithin b~e l ?t i .me-e l s ol ...... .. .. ... "l~ia bdhol" '' cc?. o: '* T~ranoea A ddf TE '."LE.= " i g ... t -Aelad'o l phn O erianofzo~n rteifr
swil i be receiveaai, at AYy 455^:p Mi.' esqtr n wanETR k, _ANi
.iteate ianthedel i -tnds f ela outbrishing b isabe rLLIGA ,-aedl M. .

^ % ^ ? & ?m'fi ib ^^ w~ ,GA.. IL ., ofi5 rawy G G C38' --t anad frv-im plct RailroadA MI anirte Sfl~t arirdd to renkler'scordr~pb.6ect
^ ^ie^ -^,. ^Bi. M tyino^ |tu:fo H.NeL. No.k wi09 tBroe'ouway,'l ... a e~ t oMlsr. F .s' a r nden he. o06t ct al.j" -two.D:B'O R I tmd^^Y ,'O J : ^ f"2 .. . t ., ,".
he.ato ljp..s tr -lank k0a^djaida1 !at b InthBt.e Lnaheiv stnenr ,hi toal lo.- .. . od dea .-A Lad a. .......a. . "

t*^ -^**'.Lt' '(l .nls .^ ,!'--- --- ^-cJ----- ... U ** i.r*/ o use or'[ USor. -Ad sio L oady' college., T feW .lubrofs D | e [ *mn' 'rlie.yr~ ~e C t.,WT ON, Ma.nagEre.,:&ra,/eI. g reo 62 eBoa
'nulds ftz: P(aI .
da& ntwg, '*gaaa wt w th re s a hiring a complete oniii e inis caiioi will en"oj Ea i R A PT, r'" t t ea ie ae hn
Ofr ap exelletiniinra n; 4 l aing t a, lfth iakhojaQ ene and w5ih n lther 5a daag fdh o a1i the'n.&t-e.h hisToi21t0 h iseomIf p.u. h gneera ,teo s _
tenk ttwio be ai e C :r sin traroa Itdw iG Dnli; b acLCO, & 8 CO ro. t :9 Broadwy9an op tgp

US^fl.--h: QNn:rngtnre^ ptelal Qironlarsd assa oshad ofe noetice wOlN M^^ LHA
a rid arCS I c r3from the Railroad o ndFt h aaralfiy aCK bOD& SO N, No. s 41 1 Broa
-W ^... a.. a' a T a for., way G, E .aa.ln MILLER, No. 645eBroadwmay ; S. 00I NG-it$- aad CpAIN IN N. 4 ari *'/SV. EW , A -.I
MA~f W tAa~HlM M~R4CNkmd.!"n'd t al ..L

Inn 116dr !al n p emen dred a i Thi two an lt Qa ll pnPtley OP
OUN ] A :i";F O p,, tka WgiioF o y .g FD aTLiO p .la-E-, giab dyki~d-sVill hgin pura lsis C:'.-icA -~af ,fJleis, ~ ," R a a,,h ,hsb
444 qDa. w n us12th66-a-1 .Iiv
:ma 1# '~ at,. at 'e, bI) tstr' M[ wiSll 'n *|'
deiigl4o a" Aady iid"ingsa 1lSkbd Chcc~ars

Salae NEY-a48fa eroadayathB oou44-eapsra 'lcg t' ie.j. wyabS heanlar or part t S thB robkaynewouldeea: ?ay of tBoe6a op
I _.' tms ita.edadin albr .tai e diu Mid sti and I, a lave-into.her fatnly a.a few aoaerg glrao .aboarda and edo ..,. 6:
f in i O e ap 'oe Ds, 4aj.ended0toand th wo ald W sopalt ad tage
mrriateae oases, 4o4a omsz p sAte Thsthi'd
[ l n, a~ "t ire fusc t~e, directly.,o tmite apeet acid retired home-, _ad or-Rard -and .edncationa Double- tr o-epngratclta h b / fryo hoeiao-re,(eetd.thme _o

--- ----- -- loaaat' Jpil .ork CHAR IER, BoadutBoo th (nierit o ^ onStn and Paintingc in Oil rolo maa.c-re precese'' byedn .ha l Ib- ~ .-ih i ne.s,, ae ?,,
'aupto contAin.A two..palor ..dinneng-room, libore Pa, s ngR tab branches, $180 per annum. Frenlioch ind. wetb as byou img elf, may b, eaid at ES -" t
J' afl ~ornS M ta ..r .'A 'a stou.earoomt I Koala extra. Bls in Clt ldasea receives ..... ... pr r, o, e fralo'orto'oe N. .- B n St1 a Pi

M Altpen' AMi^n^^ B^ afd~ t~ bio~~ i u-, .. tuoro. Wof f,,homay ~r e tor. o ld.a1n the s'f S nepa te Cliaeff for hadiei- Tems m rowy onitn o ergHw'aclbrtd
....^% d~o^ '^" ^ "^ Hi ... curawl co mec ... 'h 6t .... "te.......n.a...... o4t0ne of.oc w..h tich Paten .Acion wialb~o~nosL 0 Broome-rtF N&.N Co Sy pp ia
w^.umwro^gi~nao ~ ar~a d dw exel a Septe be at th a ag roo in th rea of -o 19 Ml v4& Ea N Y J&tersia Bookse, frFeaeT chi O Studyfe- loPanGbetsadtet B do.Alavre
--CIutf,&9pfanofrfeekeriai eab

-^ituL& rw Lcl arm t S I- ONA Y an~ THa SA a (.6Wo .EViENING, frm7 a9ErgokClyn.,eteenrm t lok a oda, noticecO o w-f~lifi f~ bry*topoieteMtbdscBo oos n ehedo qn adoei hefrno o~acr. M; e adeodhn-in~or aroe.H
,cult a plf tea.n of .b i city. pra v ide d e sufficient tn d tehilr
p' yj an I be es at Iae. E L A& ~ ~ o w A T~Caulr

;enat ....i.wne ,lb Begl I -Ia t iflob, and. h1pltij & ction combinto rn581 hbdeNon. 3I
..... :Iatsbtlba iaaa'daiirilile resort itt both~sexeas eeking a th n-oC&TONf No. 44,rbn~ U'i veari t "pplrt fterPA OF RE, ae.x ne.
a and accomplished dut PeCis tEcblTed ADt y h tie oft ic n srub in tem e l s, y b s, open ar i o y
I la nbaefe El, h a

.60sororeckMTOch t hlb- ,at i n is" O eautif 0N margin ofitbeJCo"nqbt!cut# W. ee t
~ ~ ~ nns~na~nr~~ Ria'eft iear the seaboard,iatd' is d's ti"o aicet by the New it Ue English atdCa~olDprmnadawl r da Pao-ots rm6 o7 ~ o i"Rs~oi a
a K "the 7aoina add'Hhxeford daily'6teameoata.: Rot heaithand racreaj thoroogh teacher in th uirDprmn.Yu gnl l h~aettpoelae .. esalss otn
a~liof a~4bo a~ wd~ tdr- anion, the teat hers:.anor upnfls 'are ifsrnlsh~bd wlalh slegaat: amen desri acm eiledcto i te rnh ',keafu|.ozm tofnsr etsaor ufa
flaftat tbi at1.,fij Ch -int Alb IISia%51,IOdcarriages and wel d derainediatnaies'horseh tyC raroate-. lP e.
bETpft hAdLofLWM. II. LYON & CoraMrrei ,^ ^ 4ly-,obyaresg L P upj
cLl iti w''i fatile. rhl tf t 5 O a d I ch. l O _o, ey or ba t'podg "tho ls"r adiy ttaniK s i th 'A n pineezEa m nu f tur a re movredw n ver rep e roet n
dn. an otse in l a .. -acut ei hni vr s ipu-pliac. p l iNo6 Sa-pr
U"dN', dflt o For apid'. or iiiiW l.ta bn- *0itoe .ctuM.i ,ayb .e':. .I T-.. hm dltaion wi cm ane xcbia. >_lhfl M inf tator I le.8 ea Sive. g.orr fro h
,,h a c lnOtitotlosttit #theIlorder in on satainsi b
s f "f or:X'f -.'i.eEt.foF '.din ei pb bela'lniithyadbati fu'" ldl pr fSi i "leo Boral k ll anta oudinebl J I G ad P I ,N A A E d~.49 rxi-uSE ON-gDg

SALEor x a INGEforC I aece ivdinto h ml xompro vement, ,iosr4 by N" wa .-This Studio andaoolofAt wil pobW
PROPERTY -Amumiaa' 1"'Dw eliag.houameaed Oily r4 torc" one willed plat sed.nand der.ed.- the o flett- a nd .w'o
o n,. rarmifg .m.ttdj1iddlesexCop ty, Classkal0 .8pl.,a No. 75 He y--. a f a t.euIn ad ne
a a 91Bro0edw01130 asw.aor-.neA and Fiurs
fae theV.. a ,JOH.NRL_.aPPhEBrY, a RENC Eng an ingVENrINGicallytau t ab
< a.;., +, ,, ..... a .,..,a,' .. No.1l iffmmondat. E Mans.rEN NG 'O A C.--HARLIER, ai, GinWarCl. -'P teadDaoateA O F of C-Th ies, .
SALE.. ..dnem nirede Pais, gafeanPtvaOgel pastor ofOtheotheUnivsbah.
eARh ;opt, auwel'asbythmaUnivayseteaoi

A$11 0t. .rsd b/nit6e ,t t. '"al&u n t o' f France,. proposes to orsemIze Evening .Clasases for ah Separate .~ ueo Lais ..'. r~~acnMta f.ire ed e~mld
f:f~n &&~ll .~l.?,FlSRt, Ncs. .179 Ene.. thorough, instruction of al .who may, desire to lea, n the Sepa
a Frenchlanguage.. His irstfoouheswil-commence on the 6yh, m.1
-' .:. .ai .. .. .. ..... of.aSepe lmbein, at,ths l arge room in the rean of No. 199 ti -"l. : special Co ne. for, emle. '2h 4r'l co%4 yaT- ", le'i
he A~grnto T- -oaustoraros-44647 r, exyt.opith.Be Methodist Book oom, par d be held onw 80n0nand one in theforenoon for M r" e a a n dPoat .
A L r 0 LeTIaeauifiY an H URSDAY E VENINGd, from 74r Ce 9 vni Gssoretemnfo .o9ocok. Sowa. , -.. .
n,.. .e.sse at ltaveaswood, L.lj."- -Twomatory 'attic .end : io,'ocW. Priea $5per pqarter .MoosCwhas raie .Isitvs eolmt~iae ttcinrmfya: I IO F R E .esn bu
tabqe ,I=ROUSES, just :f"tni.shed in m~odern. styles lse nohrprs itecny.ralea
gllftin~ tl~nmm. ten of wiilalh aite bedrooma ; mirblel ]lerspiy 0 Fer fula nfrats' oth iqitypr,~ed at s cin4. nu, tne o-otat ane oodrt'tea0 mai "
ls : ea ts, first-andaenond. stories; pantw, ea. al!, or at'No.199 'MulbDrrys., on the evening EY !o ...lo" ther
hells onallite.floors;dbtlexhi elde sadnd iMoid's Nn.uB
in 'ekithen; Mlo dki piadai n the. ado scagewlrreue o$p qatr Teb
l.9Pr e k:S N.j.,T ini, ft i -r."vista i-affth East-At t.a a t ENCe-hdcie given4y
......11t 4 obp arii l t6 oftthq deskG from.w.h.. .h... .whom the a cjlion oa bsn a i
a ~ ~ 155 a f M ~ enie4b a I N 6 AY S C H -o L N o T O p L. h

aJen.aoiaeFl~Fry aotn h o r '~ PAA wil en theirWi eMate
rCorE, LYO4, ..M..aaCHMrOT sTA. YNT O P R Divl. I.orecnes offomfn

AA --ml f;INane DAY SCHOOtfor YOUNG L&DTE. No. Wligatci p.".
tttidtehiitd n'siW tPis In. Xl.-Tnis No.ho4ln.vwilltbeplecee-Ndton MO rD&ssoI.
46rlieentrndie das 'tqulityhthei ih en Ma'be Of

I qW-_ y'. _ora:.' jculers inqoire of-W. riTE, Pi d~.-TiSeptewabar. 13' Appliaiatiosas~c~l .wfor fflr~eda~iuas:nnb~q Y o ri, J: o20Mdsns. ewYr_ h et&,sei., wn o eoe" ~ h'd~ ail immi
-a. J06 aNo. .j62 Grnwich-rt. .... apectosas,"aoy tbb ,lo'will om c nMU D j Us'

imn sousmoepem let, ,a8,2. r
a theas-hod alcouaroet.tlokhha l ..
tracts of LAND- y fert. foer :, fer sale is SHARON- FrenchaGermbn, "Spanish, Italla and Portugsew din ta ina..deprtmetw erp tiAhI.. i nae l Prin Melqde n too
-IAC A LE, bthe eaOnevI' ofhhot eiale'&RE'aI{I LNGJGEa-h6
BLACE i the beaufifl village of FOROHAM, near tha dgesugtea adexpeitioueTy,-bya gentle from dfo t instituteat a smat t m x opewe -.ttr e pv d i ,fte ml'ren
p'.Dd.t, ajout, one .hbd'etide# from the CityHalL "urboe, who can give the most distinguished references for t runeso i boa i
a .i O&-4ctd in4_ h a V ia'tf df Frnlt Trees, and' nav- character and cap* y Te. ms moderate. .. Addieu ohe ute A
.ltr .u.6.cq this Office. --the a -.a.
...eam...& oftll 2., or of -CHoARLES'BRRiAN, onte-.a rpt et b
may.aotdUDSON.AADEYby., eqaiug either
_-- -SCHOOL for BOYr-This InstitUtion, situatedaop- y bo e m o^ ;a iooed7heBoa by R twtoll Iadtop
i. i b~~~~~ewntlee who constitute the Board 4f Ta-uate ; a ,' toN.8 ~ e-tna rn-tW b" yb o
A l Ui~fi SfA, W ,2 XM IL, L"..for'-S1-ALE-4 | posite ti tt i i hq ch. TIown f,.H .on a, Iaudson.Co T, A JAC FE" E.D.BROWN,, sdeuae r
i tdt^ 4-wmildafrom oistow New-Jer wtill p Aon the' Ut o f September. The 10oation is D
Lit h f- healthyadpreseas a the advanpags of the country, J.W.C C L.vR S etary.
adeethrnpnBW. .rihawey,.ogh within two wiles of obok si d Jersey CityJoep
r Outhalies etc.,.&c.I he. F~r cnta .n. abug. fi0i aties. and having communications t omno ibus with the latter Thompson P .W liams, Jr.,
of excellent land under a good stiitof cuvatiion. For eer-half'hanra The'courso 0 atndyfocadasEgimes
jttcolars.inquiAoaof. WIIlTEB EAD,& BROTRE, a ever .panis
^- ARa~ for SA'st5 reiw-oI'h I i -Fay be hade at h Acadenay. the princpai. For refer- i ; A B,olme.. Samuel Mani. nablelbor-saving machine hichexecuteal idofa
a aa a5O '5and fo rms, which are' vary reasonableaarpltestien D.1`KerJonGi
Iway -be made at the Academy. The principal woill be ini a A B, Li-lmes; atu
}AR.M for. ALEf.,aAtNbw-Rchl New-York every Saturday, from 2 to 5 P.M., at Mr. . ng a tyle ofgrea beau durabilit.'Tbya
j f o nia.o.m;. he lBilyi Dit.; Containiog 34 a ANTHONY'S, No. 308 Broadway 'J NILE Principal i QCHOOL for BOYS.--B. A.Sl, to d eewig, andare usedby ladieon heir
.k..iis.aag.liousheaaa.thighydoe0KE Mr. L. d GR D- We
JLoer a h ace of tla ilbr,bWM.Di. Wi a a " .. comae-of. insect t cmprissaall hb brafichesof a clas i- fin a iod a e torm eidon per aT AT R M aE
atMTOEWedn GENTLE- the- aroorms of t educa L: for
^A.4BLElte 5c S ,ro J MENa No. 66E ast LhISW Frenchvngoan Vo cal e. pre n car e t. Nos8Eas s Toxas D No.
d --- par No. 0 3'^ v^*. -.---re--------- the 1t f etmbr .V R N 3 Direc'tomr 'Th t i fiedq, to fav Thney Cocatio is d~relgtu l,. and So^ ~ l,?N 17 J g i erS e ^ o om &
BL/ower ^pyJ, 7 a br M.DbB ".Eliae~-tT elt r2x colbe fn a an t iyop n du -mringt e s slyao th .ilhm a^" cla"5 Will End ff i Waer faa mily,________ 3 'of,:Mrn ag~ta pleasant. coat.~ .. )
D .u A .,al..o" cal- or co ert, Sia edcatfon; Ye Frenc eb language, Vocal enjoy parental care.,.Eliob ast -experato na d sueo Ntra e .y e la l.. ,
IRVAT' KSA -_t1 rr alt .or ext Music; Dancing aed Fencing. ,.Terrms, $180 to $200per an." a. her are.Awqffiai#nt gniaxity.that'tie very be 46. .- ..
a num Dayrebbolars atmoeratecarges-we lea i fe nat Term wl o m o o nfud
hange, 200adres-ofchoiad..and, S0of i large-timber, j D sbhoa s hoor nte. . tio nwl l aore ort erWin ormation A r TO F O
miles from the Centrat.' ailtii., Meobigau iT hee ner'r r i3-eNSTITUT-ed-i for'-aY OUNG- GENTLE- RyIri' fre Iaoen M. A.. T
to now in thileotyanet-ranca irtiview .opad ,.aapplyinog r
.i J:, Bl K brA< cti. a eer, ..No. 7; Broad-1 .; | MEN, No. 66 East inth-st..-- Will rtnen on UMNDAy, IEqe 1 No 8 Jai .nc Cowrt i..IE .Sprague4- & mSosDSle A oF .
a -., ,a' ., .a a |.a D:Y, a a a the 13th ofSeptember. M. VERYNES;, Director of tis esq ; 9,, Ap No.O Broad a . p er , 6. w ne .
aL-aOred. t -- Ioit p l pu. willted er allihrent, respectfully inform the pulic that a 1 r 1 (d il Ct. R Go l
.f ,. .L ... .. a .... ... .. 0 el sw.,a o p ictial Srve) g ad Civnil 'Eggiaeeiag bg, w-tever,'No ..pprl t nt e or i ; R iaad. es an e bad ',c r o ft ht pri
0_._ nfa tl IS;,, The ..let 2.x' comtantlyoptn duringthe Seqden.
%t s 2 16 .e fouT-saTor i brisk -Housa, wth under, a amndara- f ceater A Ns. t i u li S .. a n e .- Co
^. Bereme ,,.T .e b fail ; a ne oearln helw i and T t aAt fibe SullivanCo .. N.Y.-IAn Acadmy and ha B SoL ur srv l ot b o.
If tOarllh A g."ECfolelo'MaLes I t Ti Fa a'p W he ane t hTerm will Iskmmne-on the. as of u arr l, C gr. l,, M churbine -.dto'r1es.
A 1 to I Bne.. 1oardavag Scholol for Males am inalst1at-epn tio
--68 a.-JMEW F NrN. aasaaazr-st. ~ fteIidiin o-taqy
....___ o__J"A _&f,-E_ M YH_'_ _E SWNO.__ WTerts6 ai adaina.idsa-thortunh School in the countryl, sir' b e tot i r nt i o n iN r. Ad o r ,a o rr.
S" 6Wi fdteT-l :~ .gdauteHltlSie.JS O~R {
., ( E -.; A. ... .r ,, o being required to denmonstras eo t nv t s t e eclas'a . ... .. "th bto .o ..e .ohmn-easa..n w o
R-PLF-mpoim ke siineof~nlai h ra f a~ ,uwli
AL a o Veno I aIo in theStateNo rmal School. Mr Z. W. D MV1S, Principal. te slem o i, te u a
b.i ow 14, Wfod 1s t*wl l~01 5 6a ha brp ~ o vvso f ib eut
I. ,o, .;? I- Ia a rgaioforcash,a Theaboaraing department will' be undaier-the' dofs.directid(postpaid I FO .
"^OR ..AL.EI-ab Veia esia.s c,_ to"f the -. the Principal.. k -e Winter Sea ion comhence.9on UE i- I .'K"InO he. SSOo ".sre ES'::it:out .,. It o.t
J o' a 252 Brcaadway" DAY, the. 14th September, next, and continues I weeks;e0 ,i,,r u e
-j ,-O{-.m..n ,SAf e -U-.:A.-h(.g!-egantv .ew rcmere- A p up i*ls.wn--he GreAMiAed untlthe wlt of eirovenber. forms b pupft-s t.. ebrewen"5th a tk: a.--mhe & 4 r afc

[o*~aB~aBt) b~t^ lf ^^^ i~ utoai, ~ nr aaaliesI oacooah i ___ .p UCE BS A.. ed e~rs. tof tram'igodrif and n offerica~iav r, nloptc
aloi.. board,:wash ng, lights and tuition i) the Engaiih branch. Wil l commence on MONDAYw Sept r6.wl Ka ....e r o e 98 12h
"a; A A ee n f e g res6inaao Boibt bv. Hudson riverr Raiflroad.,oi "Miss.QOOK, Print For
t hrpe _e emand t.rog h unts, a.e .-nJoha indtoel v d gMo n ,ms, edn Yrida10, a A se h 'arat Circuar s ent'for umay B o se undea ther cd" ".... :1' '
ih .nlheaI n he very Monoays Wednesdays, and Fridays, at'ykM to Nevir T A f r S B o the
mme, c yteto'g.ras,' a si . tuae th fest burghthence by plaDo-lroad via Elonville and' atri'e at' of Mrs. N. COOK.. a .EXN
opast ofUtioese engklyx t harai t L .A meeening d pha .... .. .. .. 2 75 T
00. B.; a two-story yand, No..a9 r r a. f iY. 'no i oao neipewillcbe at5 t hibPacificHotel from Fhay, a theP-
9faJ,6 ~ffiessifiruhaya tc aaftuli GRid oaicit..horserBeppwer
pa~dSneshubey &. stat uds.,o~r~SetuniMond afoll civing'. and willaraqaVtowie tit
a- aerbrfi t, innB,- rook. t s g.- i art.of the ri.hass a sdentotofthe School. Apply to, S V LtWE Lia BROWN t& I n ear of ccef operation. will-TLno n oada '
Ailso, 21Se c of heavy fl' lmf r and stnr e tlibdt.* angd e ery quite inf erm Stion .gven. A *, b ft y oh. ,ing o s, .a drs p ar
Jetam aD aboutTan reo r of WM, ryoundeisit .'W..U fW romercialo W educatron.tPupils, are n received, .4 at all ae d h tpalfvd o t rorn o .. P.igBnR
S, a a a . -, a .i Green-st-Mr CHAMBERLAIN inntss the I exam ine e o
sGA Rse J. wL l ao V b e por- o!.'127 Ilei,.g ye, neOothe SCO., for I0 -known citizens as may* 1 o. .Ah
Di. refisionpav.Ferly, ftieih ol y i areo e waxSinit dt S
147 Green-st.-Mr CRAMlye fine iliioues fore mnana.ctudiefbg Mabhieleegila the ha
A attention-of parents, who desire a School for smash boys, en- syalem pursued. BeiFg vi
F2R SALE-A veIT 4esfrable residenceI tirelyVnOter the care and instruction of the Principal. Divisionw
., ttlofigI 'Iah ENGLISEH GRAMM AR-Those who desire Evening by pupilsfom WillamRburgh.
and FIfi th snt."ist )-;ol-fl bTarryt^ 1 feet ( ;Od HrILEost woaIInuti in
In auction in G'ranmar,_may avail x hernsel,*es of a thoroagh G. P. OUACKENBOS, A. M.?
o p c. v 's l lih ). ;.u oLot 7l es by 1o4 feet ; House tnod t course of lessons adapted to their individual waunt. ... .
oraes high, witb attic, basement and cellar,, and filled in .l.ire a Han dat A L a
with bck.,- Ptazztonrthesies ; four ma-rbre mantels and an "ADAME CHEGARY tespectfully FaoE Aroen Hi bT8 in radw nd n
- g. sabfttte lif ti best1)at' anettor.hs or iset' o Me 0- e qvin m sh ', illr n P i- -t n M.-- __._, adm .... .. "e.n
Th e yearp 99. .poud w ail hal dsomely laid i forms the punlia'c and her friendsthat her SchoolDAY,-thSept. Circulars may bes sI erttbe Agado
e Ppo'v !fn qrz.q OOa1 P .rp I e ] shrqebary, II will be reopened' on WEDNESDAY e : o de
Possession wili~ba given, if 6i~ared, in (birty dlays afterae'at~
t ra 1o6an a w qAthMi.IPtar -/MARS'COtURSEtofeOOKK& PS .0100. Eijthtown N,J..,.
Sa -Mtle .b- rkt k nth e- nArehi1Bt l :er' a (printed .i colors) aadapted: to private -2ins trud on. 2 2 60 p.'Instraction in Englisht T e. i arile.f
I hDl B-. MaBE .r : octavo. Price $1 25.-. Lo t those who cannott avnil them- n ; i. ute, .id't Fn 6;3;Fef is t el wv e u '' n -
to eecute, oreor oona kaithe athor -a ci w k Dr aing $. Onds 'o fm
O Ea--ia, ao'.c" --; .. . ""~. .~, a el o teacher-i'on f lfn u p Ser f Q r C.e airnei cn t e win g.s.. .,
oa. emot a1.. .1 'ohfr thetPracticelof Book-keeping, No. 304 Broadway.,- o COLLEGES, sC-,OOLS, and'-. a .. w pT,
.--'Ov ",PMl *mstc noo- e s. a t b S aia ednt h l ndr 0. Pupiles,.2 centl. .t 't '_ n cSTITUTIoN8Of EDUCATIe n 'fora r, and YOUNir empnegaae orseN .81ons,_
..d, p p~ aing~iS or aopd : ,io perf~co.r i' ~i 51..0
a aiDIES.-l. .4. HARVEYA
she same areashout removingtiromwthe city, large portion Tof"ELEA,_DAY aO
ai o-wt 24ti(,t.,-eastof 8t-v--The l o o to uti L nD o ter VapatiS, No ." -"' i ..OOD .- rh oma ie n
N s"-ill b ind Frituraiie p i idpl i sen-'' it on '.a m willh coi menbe n iW 1DNES ,Ai'lst Spp emb'er. a l h isae fami aly i n 'd -
4 t"f-fdeil ed)af.terr sale. For, farther particulars inquire sort willing nwaforntbe)Dmarkets. Septem
qu ire,'N& ,aark-row. theufual -Eiglish branches,:. std,- French, and vic ioN.wAy
1 )-a Drawing will be taught. A tew pupils woald bea received a in'Fr~enh.alcommon
as Boarders, and every and attention bestowed tile, waited uponat;...their, r~sidence, by~alady.
(jAaFEqu.onfthe.m. Terms anNpartiaularAmaEabetobtainedupon iih TexpehiTm pe in teaching tLuosarbrsnehes. Sat. i aw .
IeIRCt fa ay80, in the beautiful vii- publication I4
LO S I I~ .. ronlil080,iU th beeuifulvii. tlpncnon . . .; ree, enea ergieneb winresbegagleter bet Pd! rLI EN .aDOUeAS.eCOpo
Jgeof Yonkers, an d two,'chaices to obtain two dwelling . Pf' Nori.i6
p,,875 a iton h aeyahpl .pstLc ISS1F.5B. 5 PIES P'SfSCHEOOL firW:iamsbogrL.I.,'
fimll eaof
R gn Y5e $"a~ ksi-rairk *licials x oungLdeN77Es1t
t pal~f t~ t SpI ho.aiSeb r Rtlroad itli4 ,, i 0" 0 Touesday, Sept.7. ... a. a .,'... '..... .. !h
-- Paofftsree- IProf. sta4t
aa on A ITuesdayaSept.-Profa.aAa-JotAsonITUector.TThEShreO
0q 0(9L... ..I......... ..n'' "' -... '. a at the Juniora tg e U0,per doh, and the Clas I o t "".
Ir. w.aorou rarenowbunildiingonlof~sad_ !gl~tedeAn ltheM1 if i 'No.' 12 i3hambe, s-st., '1idh ovelan'.6, pnshmft ou on Monday,. 'A 0`43 6. A Pupilsnda A'L,, i Jf E '"TE 'C O ON F =b
.5~f3f 'l~qalin ich is precodfaiq.uder conitra~t t cet I LI2t a.. JASB. RODGERS, Chairmen' Scheo'l Cinaom tteld. celivbd. 'thegdo svnersat
.' 'n et ryf'. ~e $0ot ,;OUIT ASII. '[N'oo,=;' Th" d~connting hone,.or as- Salaiissloat to any.J, ~oieoHrwr motr, lmiit!;
... ..? ,lralarsmayidednadeliver.y"p leooa', poes'.oenteer.$20r.-"nthiY.eI.IB.OTWAS..Bf Nw-.GTO
b h@ next and-$0 may- r. emain on bond and V-...U-, .. NPTITUT, No. 21,1 4th at corner of"Mae- Cs-wen'soovteiBrawy datR noat' m prcaedheedr'ntel; fhe" on
hrtg .t tlt~ye~s,.t ..a hg-ss& Isto .W.ishin inb.ue "inacs GEO. W. C-LARktE.; A; Bdwersf -, ', a a.. GEO. S. PAR Pra:ok t~~n won-dm u i* C~o
iMn the vilisg of,,pFprgii n]!.i~h inttoflep er next, and yt' .9at on :MdNDAY aheol Sp,[,5. '. ,H E G TI" L S I .: y' -,---- ~r eitrbt ol;J ON''.&C'VIhneorh'b=
ttacle es t52 tL RRNL
"" r % d' a an-o moe, for r.ecitation --w.d-lecgure throogount_ the Institution. it will a orcer-of Bromta dw ~ hs, ilb epee N atr fr n ~dil b'~b 5Wae"H
~ aM u wiI.beBenitledto.ateha ThSPrinfgNo.-2 N at aPherfurnitora-ad
di iii h o oeo e in copapteig, prdTer tor th~e. re option of. its Professors, DAY.M eplil t 9 i~ s iiciat-a; ~-~o',tl ht ulspl tlosaty.0etnhn,
@ t m~sumbsoii5ieaatomathere a. -onjy a few Teachersand pupilt on tbelbtha0taept.. ,, rsw ; m.adBitns:o 9 ra~a _~l t qai flyeul't'h'b iidtd"i~:-rt~
iwao-itstot's aibam i ~s-' ,tt I. faa inani a, .... a a .'l~t i hopeda.t 6 e h a opmctlTpeeat the reedeiae 1fthe prncipallyo2 p0hltnarl0p
l* liafls fldaP='EsbaW at' ,M, ..a..ti- Echtanssad Housa- I t opening of .the 5noLo. ,-..: a- ..... .a a
-'tertlia ........ ALl RY-tT-- NICOL..AY, conrazisi ae -arn~n.p. ip~ier tgte W N .O TTS [U ._i~-l .!i ..... ..JNR~
y"a r' a ff *ffATEd M d a wERth'plansK
7 '_ i. fo 1 ..!i M ."';4' had-at tthe-Rooms ofithe Inaitute,-flcma. Sept. 5.aR
aaaia L 'aa ;a t wF. 1ji'~,an esbeapiae ihlcibi~] doto _
anemdo rg dcto ence on Monday, Septe er.-heu erind ra- romeltredo w t oheB eyaoin
.Sonjauvuit.edirer to thrswhvis bot ir
i~~~~~~he p %.s-s 8 and delightfuloeto .Ikm Salatei 'l..ow.ati. wihte -. tsdu tou d.6 dl
aa~ta~~-.a-aa*a ofithis Institution. Pupils of the Jhvalnile' flti~artweot as-i 5rPIOOanbit ie. r,..a 'lnsch atradtid p4 o a ..d hanem" u pp d. .
.ertlp epeialcamandin~~uti9~o onq hePrin- rie55P have, designated, him'a~eual ulfe lrte U W'DI' a E~SI
l IpSSif .D45 tbp es <',.. ,, ap~nf~ h-iie led aoalko ab..-

isniapub.) Rev.Goa a-. a-A rIitt Mk RAND, wilIreopen- his&erA" tep4 faiiHiit itts.hio
-v WINE---a o-MONDAYr-r. ""77S, ao-N IS W~es 13th-at-eMONDAZ t- -d .
a inonhemerfI. He confinesbhissatten tod w aa~r
impudtip inumit~rucn personally, hea ma G Aa ten pe a
iitgf ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ a 'F"i m "~Mlm;ikely to m"ii, -.;V : .......
- rA; P; mo-.. &as tlthad their comae syit
4 T liacuc-k, aid iat ,rosinW th2 9
ton maf'mfaand ..E. .
'Sir'~ rcn ob~ase n~p isarsth .
asad pYseliC Ct "mumCX' tsr ristlbrfi
-&U. A o see sI100-a1t, Whiz 1)5 reORuOnedenMOodsY.'. eat.SA8

R 1, 1852.
0ES aC AIN PUMPS,Irnad oon E lrp=il:iri
o q~ :Cvrb"superior. galmitzed Chslm ihtandsd 'L ei,. u.. rat .etme vx g h qr~~
aofaafitily ,.ished bunkeri~tu' being, eight-forked reelat&., &% p m. h i.-.!erfyin 'N_ l
tm tt~tur. ,wiolasale and retail, by' ".' .rrm ER TO otaB _Q U DN t e o,
3'..McCLILY.. 86-POWIS, Sanewa ftils. N. Y. wr
S _Opanys .o at Newark. New-jery. Te Bailding to be
.150 tith g, atNewakt'p
NEW-Yo4-KSURGICAL1sTL LRU- tiabehtad Ianseetnuanietio
a BAIN & BRINKERHOFF, New-York, 26th August
I Manufacturers of all kinds of Sugical and Dental [nstr- ,-'' _------- "' ;. .:
-the- mefntmTraes, Syringes and fineCutlery; whicar -airef L NFIDPXT -NT' .-
oven to D ealers upon the m ost 1i t term s' ., ,
very r.. -E a a .-.. --- "- tTbon. .wh are .oW. uing. thli bt_ ar!le rtifl ..
NGNE,-B~th rS0-&c61 ariteto its -ifina
s'ee TEA M'1BN-NtNE 'BOll'E1e,;1f 0 mest's? 0i i tu 0100V r a *fc-u" a .
amir4 a seaminijia say-nP n oNhne.., -96
S 11. wt hasetsMwholly uneffecte&by
hand high pa. are Enhines, high and low pressure B IsUer ,Idteqsboyaoeai_.bBetanbddospot'dber,, atatpt.IW. ho.r% t.
ten41 eaeppuronnceiaudone-sabndhandPlaning Me- aNo,"Wap1a- GEO. WALnieNondhao
chine. Also, a number ofside wheel ad propller Steanrr.Glenfeld olblsB .
-4 A of vasouefodims oiobisP SpiSffidtotiosiontra.ts,';general o Sr ch.
fired detalldrawlungs faraished for steamers,.--engines er macbin a -' .
nt.of ery, of alllkinds and sizes. CFUAS.W WCORP-i WN:.o
i mflthEngineer,,No-64Broad. ASiNi F Ne
r. I..",; ,' : -, I. ...... T. i is mthe'otly, genuine.wp ove e kt'0r: v
,,al T' TATC HM AKERS?'n E LE& Abor and. dexpens; and making inengverr,.wh,. x&S oa
1. a a ,.-TOOLS-- Watre a Materials,, 'Stubs, Tools janl. Gr ro'rgen efer. the -A r e :. o- ,
SFil.Tuing Lathesa e tt offaS. ed&c i.mport:rcer.eembiy.. to^.' -o. -^ .A
t ,red and foz sse by WMI H, FRAiSE, No.5 aChth YEManur. 71bera, donttotht :.
t.. three doors fro ,Canibersait, New' York.
l-- -...,.,,,.... ,,- EASTPOWDER-L-"THE BEST"--
tre.t, i= -i ::' hdtp,.,..:..-:- .. . .. .. J- .,j]_.T~i!rticlehi-been somuchipb ovea'yt ha b rf-
liber, .... .": .:;. .b..ati.he warrant.i.t much .,.UD~ri >, .t w, fcbeki.a-
hais pout1-intthe Uuited Satei. while it is also'frW draadaete'
esni: DY IS tuTS. inserted. i ff" SeeDr.FChilton'W.ertficavof-
aie WNSa u~Isert4 iW~uftvi ,.
echlabel. It Is put up in tintans, and sold at a sprie
srin- sle haxt (PapVa; LIVwi'0ha9nandeowcs-
llaII P M RS AdverbialneAie ine l a Also, for sale. pe DoubleRened Sal S arb.
berai I n
for Iof Chepm TO Sol.;39da
3. JU LOSS.of SEVENTYrvigB .-"-lhis"ao.e 4 polea'a.'pr'or dr.ggia. iii4"' Write parcularly
S a'dsUtffifent warning to every traveler to provide him r hex for the ie article." a d ee from adulteratian
dIlftlfwtNh one of- DAY'S- Patent "Life Preservierihich For ale in hemanufacurer.
buPtrl"fleand'can:always be found at his eutabIdmteaf14A eIb1-REWS. o.e36",1N. Y.
reen- No.23 Courtlandt-st. :
wt ~ICOTTS 'REPORT of'FALL F.ASH- i ia t "
fitc^ i A B I N -E- T F .R.N .TU.RE d .o.20
r, P a U qE l -fd a at on
kflI9aCUTTER. & *%efr -
Ao If i-d ~o-Cuiding;fr or
A gi Uto tt daattheww ile'numbefe-:.rPioe'S2 -par copy'.- Catbarine-st, near.East Broadway..--Rtmewood, Arft
Shogftny ana Walnutncan be bought cheaper at pbisold man-
isort- a" 9TAILORS.-The Fall ,and Winter f ,tng establianmwt than an.oypi;in the .citywh__n
Tode- Ja- Fashionh for 1852 and '3 are nwubhed.and for se o g be o'
aTa ; -e a "IVEre & O '"r
way.., ; a.. No. l95. roadwiy up stairs. .. ,. . .,
mu- J DOVS."ForsaleFby.., . ' C All-Mizes abd tpitter 'r',frdzi $4 to- $30."Alaio, h-a
U i, DOWS.-Fri sb,
0hJls ; -. ANTHONY, No. 308 Broadway. beal0hy, cheop; dlasaca'd rpri.g Bds, frJm 4$5-to. $1.-
.a va-a
a ve,- - Ev[ry'm o e warranted _Sarble-lop; Cantor, Pier aud Sofa'
TeW- Ta NTERESTI .-We would call te Tlealzesfro' -o4Tto $X. Also, Gothic aad fancy
U IReception .chalks.%, for" worked &a at the.. Cgaap
high l.attenton .of-all persons who would add to their xeal aB.ifk .
Lann safely, larqrly, sure.1y arnd bycoinparativeasmaloutlato.o
aif. . .. .... g" P Tomeo Journal,.of.Udaise28th Aug. At T S L
,nb.4iVa d6 "'~ A M-5nificenC0psioaisqaj,' EPWof
"*"^f headed M'gnficenOpoi.. ,__y,",-o, &c. ThooGairer CORSELSIS SOLAR
rk. oftpheproopert ,alludadto, beipg .in to a' for a few day, LAMPS, Girafaddla, Matt# Candelabraa, r it'
ma 'y be toued y. calling, at the office of 'TheA Home. ournal, i tre, :Chatdeiwrs,-.Pe-ndafita- Brackets,'&c ,-AlioSiltvr,
SNo'. if7 Fulton-at .. tCO, IPatd
*,in 1 NO. Ii Fultronl-'St. _"_'" ,; . H..S f CO.. Plated o0. Albata. Ware, Tea see eCs. Cast,- rs%;:9alk-er, -TA
I Orkx& ta-$l-- dde, Spd~oai&$;1-pr a0eu~r
led aTRAWBERRY PLANTS.for! SALE.i ..'' V. ...."
their'' . --., !:O O 1 S. 52 Wl5a .
S6t5ir r -This being the proper season' for the plan-ing of between Futonand.Ant,.Oppesit6tAeChardh.:
f our,, strawberries, the fulowing varieties.are sele ed from h . ... *' : .. ..
withI m kiues fortheir# surg aleprolific- h1va111? d01i fg sEAT BAWAN'Sih IEATH-9R*_.
ath flvo-iavi- Burr's ew Pine BLackiI P5c a Alif ,5diBrim. REDSi'MATTRtSSESi'&b. atR AW rUCKY,".
aet sI PCoe A osrogP en.Montivido. Seeling, ,Larg i -Eary Grand aso e e o r.

[ant r Sql*-ltj o JL SeJ11ID9 ff1**ig vv i~n -~ n Grdand-Mat.;2t r e a~st re ofvated k, ; a nd aew over. -
f:-oar d presr o,.ATiSrh pla.. Seedl ng..-tl ordersa .,] pholsty d 'Fe8her S dre.'Theateni.fof faind
rs I sl te Do D -ANIE HIIt S i .Nurssrymanm, shan g, abou
rpee 1-.praatheoffice- p .-nthony .' Bleecker, Eq, No.e 7 o i a0 r t t T I-repno fd l"iviet.ai_
Sy 9radast,- .wll be pnuptnacly antened ato.. ou ne ..a,-f'a o m .ed, L ap, P I ls "
ciy 1. ? gteaffr, Cots,- 1 & 'a a df Whis 611 "- be; pdhi p mc a. I-lo.a
aty A s~enth fie E poarer dupabe ef l g oune. t~rouent. cash prfctias, and will be-sold -at:ia Wp-'jiei tdn ekit'-fin
a I" w dadadrtaZnos the basmsasaperfectly, c a be aeaperd to te ci p&
I ,e ee y bInducement fTL e e i D ror all to call and examine the ab oaeI
Sby aedresig as aboirq.-.,- ;-- .:a .- k-
-" andr ing..--------a a o. .- .l . e of ous .aingtheir purcN j 'Goods- sent to any,-par-t.-
HEAP PATENT'ROQFING-Z-i~o'ne a ti'tYaad
n e tl a g eB.di ron B eado ,.a BedLandaman wove.. Ma; ...
l Cna i on rouh plank for. c* nt.-per foot---over n s or, si e.. ocurand-at
We@, 4 j no; rand warecntly saedi arn 2co an6i f a tonegA.
Rej. c s, t~ og ..... . .., '. r ..
ort- a gRQ --W!-UTElpreo9OIan(]0 tT NLAPS
a Ga rRd'! 5aQ .es H G W
a -t t. GEnod, N eFretch andiGeesmat fac. o oods,BNoved o , e T a r I SneM ts
Te- Pa woys, wot egi ini ornamental, notable for, present S cf resn y Ouset i
. 4 th E po Ai. um S o. Bowr, N BooayCupsa iaai.v'Sau
I Sak t and Blind; No. 55 ist Ra
ork J B. 8. is ps epared to furnish tha aoea lsin NBES 'AD v.BDUG--
.ura sany quantity or quality, and; wilwrr^-t every a r o be
all at as represented. Ordesas filled and sash glazed atahort note .bLIrnBd.adofvio atr w h o1,.,
wa iy4 t&h at .akes them very nvmno upi ..
act i 00IL.; SASy H and MNIND EPOI.L piidPlhe tha t a re h Oi the-e. chaperltaiie
rfor J .NO.TICELto BLDERS and 83DTRuCaeOs.,r-The is sl..d.R by H LL. ,N. ,i8r- 713 *a',
eni ieersagn~ed .having'recently. started a Factobry (44 .i' r m. erhnts.:NvB--& .m eon oqi iier."""
-at. apeawtr) fo bt thema eaorf f Door, s, Bind. a ^ .. **T *FRENC' 'G S*- "XT E !-. il i**-*
aans] work, woulo inite the attention of Ba beo r
'- 'p~urcha~sing. to caI~at their .Warehohdusep. No 92.W'asreir- ItE H OL LM S.-e ati 'mi
ai.; -at. article not oetihandWl s falhdk hr b.-e~ ,*a& prss frti ~~lty'f~~~l ~'i ,
: t~e. .,J., itted--=ilas.Broneas. Candelabras, ldk, hia i l=
Lyle apaii'ad~she hdat French Oi.rae ed -.ceao ta
lubt' k. GILDII 5--W. DIETRIC E, No. 83 Duane-st., e-< s~r' ,.AD II ,Ia: 5Boda..,""""
afrad a p~iI and, replate~s all kinds of plated or gilt goosi h
pmr cheapeat'and bdatmammer..- . .., ; ',b : r ..." .':. ,, ."
a.-a .EW.- .w YQORKa:.t-E. O.,Y. ""'. ttmim olai<.,. ..

a-a a I WOlhKS-.-Copper dua;scatea-eof Fype, Egravings &c. s0 RGCA NTILE MUTUAL INS..R,
at a slight advance on stereotype prices; printers' job cars f ,T
I copper on hand, and Electrotyped to order, at the same rie ANCE COPANY, No. 63 c nforit
ot as in the specimen broks. Batterats for silvering, gilding t ...itin of their Charter, th.e. bx.t
WV. I and electrotyping, made to order, and instructiua give in' the foll-wing ..
1 the art. JAMES E. WARD, " "
hi , ,, Elsctro.Metallarsist.No.,6Anns.. '" ' TATEMENT.
his G&E K 4 fdt ei"a ixio off"Ap lIl51
al-.t. RUGS.: E. N:L E AF & Amount of Premiums. on, Policies issued from: 3d- "' *'-." .-."
as LEY.No 6.Vese.y-st.,N.Y- A nriEt1't .
Unda.,:D ^ ^ ^ ^^ V.,' p P^l t ril- 862. -i;... 1.5084, O
a Chemicals, OiVs,' byes, &S, at' wheleSale, a" ..
on liberal terms to r Uruggists, Gat r chants, Grocers, ;TotdlamounofPremm....;.. 854702
Manufacture's, Attisas,&a.. SAML. F. GREENbEAF
.. .. '. .... 'A lg WM. j. K'ING'IY. : he'ramouit bf.Premiums markedoff during the year. a'
a. .. ft .. .. KIN .
DAPEXWAREHOUSE-J.T T D ER, I 0 ,rine sksr.............i..........;..,485 .s
-. ..RK e0N .0: i n-Loafr'o, t," IOnnnandTransfportationoandNavigabfRfIrs"r91s-986.
neal-~nati Fras and, oaW~e. Wi
sam-. American. '. ' $1,57,68 S
ipted +.Len Return PNemvum .. '14r3 0i
beat I. ook Taper, all sioe, ,eighr ,a5 qalitis . , ..
-sod I P a .. a 'n weihs no q
;,aad f Tie'Paper, fYanc colord'aa white ofthe best q=11r, -' Earned Premias- for the year......... 'a.... .$ .# ,4033
raise Hr-ging Pailer, white.iand 6olrech difftres w:...
I ap- Hatters' Paper, thin, i-d of the bestqiip. "'
ma- Cloth Paper, S0k40-'36x40, and 40x48, For Marine Losses................ .7t4_394 51
ani aitrh-apern f n r
mi.xU Patte_"Paper;pr roll. fortaifors. i For Inland'Navigation Loffses......." 14,728 0Q...
7 nlughrA warle Paoeatj'alaigd'sortcntj i. Resurance,- Comnsioni Interest,. .. .. ,. ,
a Shes0fdi iat Ptofin ltb bi al
.Iy WW ia i g Paper, tiraw, rag -Fia nilL.. Expenses,.and Bad Debts....a... : 206,410 59, .3 1
IY *ea'Paperg fdifi e ze. . '- . .. -
Profiti to e(vd'd' a' naa.a.*. *
y thn Tar Roofing Paper, suitable' forrbis, ronlla.. e d
r. Amountaof Earningsof 1854 ........91
da M I No. II G GL D -S T.--dO di .` A N N I porters o offI.... .. "" '"7"
a e v e r y d"i s s dr p t j on o f e b l o rue d L e a t k h r f o r b o o k b in 'd e r s enod .. . . ... . .. . " "
.~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~~~r a tbohmaat're..i0 Egn.hgstlzqMrsa' Amount of Eaninsof 1850. a. i..... a., a ....60,186 06."
Ipock et-boot wskgi`s8' ue. Also, Engisbh instalin,..Masal'
S thread, aind'vry article requiired in the trade. C.nOuners Amountof Earingsof 1851 .....a- a a .381,348 60
ns who buy in large quantities will find it o their invest to i ... ...
thei Iners etmnou sk.... ; ;' Amount of Earuinpa.of'1852..- ........ :,..'.. .g.. .497,N6'.
d by.~ examine our sW&k.~
a ; P L Rdling Machines ,StandintgPresses and CuttingMa !{T'a'fo's' ... .. .6"23
1i, s ru -otal frshe oriyears......... ..........:. 8,
l5 I lhine-. .f n 'ed., -a -----.rn ie" ...........'........ .Less am o ft f C"rtificateo 1 7,.1848, 849. .
TTS, of, WIREr W.ANTED.-- 50 per cent. of 1850 paid in cash.:.. ....618.99.
)~aa5 9TUN of. WIRR -,WANTD-~bpre
) ( -:'rop ae invited by the undersignbd o, the i
ft I E COMPANIES ,for1 constrion of 'the wire The Compy further reportthatthe:.a,
dby cables Ufthie' Rtailroad Suspension Bridget'of 800'0feSpan the follewig Asets :
U4-- tb;.he'rectedlover :the Niaara, River, belaw the? alls, for Ivested -in United"States 6 per cent and other ""
5e ieuivgry of ONE MILLION -OF POUND OF B _
S W-RE, o 6i portion of ,i &,an o00 MN.; att S ks...................................... ,
site of thedbridge, nothe fo6wlwing cbouditions: : Bondsand Mortgage.a....................... ... 8000 0
to, 80 iThewire is. to, be ofNo.lO.ize, .that.20f twil BiilReceivable..... ...,..,.a............ .9 6 14
ril W eig_ e :kd tly oie'po~und. '_' .. .. ...... .'e -' c.-
ow er .. is tf Cash and U settled C lsmN, o ebe y6sed bw Sh "s .
sioI, 0 to 40 lbs will be greatly preferred. ornotes............. ........... ......... 143,000 979
3- 3. The wire-inmtis-ea'fin ith 'a ime cbwmootha31d |
T even," both e ds otl isaimthltkes. i. Total Asset ..........;;......... ,. 8
team 4.: It must be finished hole, or nearly hard a Trstee havedecld iviae f-
u~~~g,~ ,# Ve... .r ...... as;ha.hard' .am M.of..V.'yifl" Per
?Also T heiiAhnbuif have 6een maidufactured ofthe'bestqual ent; onthe eear e f p eayabt
Ait o'obloom,'whichwill.make hardA wI- of great in Scrip, on-and after the second Monday in May next.
sig~tiIfckrardoiblooms' which swill--wake hard- whire o __ et
S elapticitsthfibe and toghns. The.TruAeesb have also" resolved th the balae ofath
6.:& a Thebloom6rs Must hN~ve benmauatue o od ls
.h on f ol d-bi. outstanding.Scrip issued for the year ending" 3d" A pr 1858,
abld ebha-oil'0vg. ad notd o fatlthracire p4i n-j,"ho-blast vi
6d he .e.Sdtifactry evidence will be required bforehand of be paid with the interest due thereon, on and'after Monida,
a a l7, atisfectory evidence'will be s-squired -beforehazdo
the.q .u hty ofthe iron, ofwhich the wire is to-be drawn.-- he fMaynx 'and als., that theitert and 0 pe
.8. feet yinduSpsuatdr be. a blockss ofno.oless tiass.two ,,t, of
"y" pitaon bl601k11 no wle two centofth6 Scrip.issued for the. year ending .Ap 1841,^
.. ,, feAtin kfik et~r.," " ' "n ''" : ... "d... . . j.-
. .. ',-a. 'it 'mustbe.putup-ln bundles of200lbs., a neariascnbe paidinlike maner, on and after Mnday, the. 12th July
done, without smallakeWs .... ., prox., the Certificates to be presented and canceled to 't
1bT. The wirg is to obedelivered In five ecU J ortio'dur-'
extbht of payibaenti. py order of tMe.Bad
ng'thhe' months of Maly, 'Jane July, Ausfu'and !September
Phis ofrnext year.- '. V..HU.TCHINGS,aSe aTs
,t .11. "on delivery the wire will be examined and tested ta New-York, April 24,1852.
a the following manner: Of every 5 bundles, or i000 bn, one TRUSTEES.
Ired skein will beielect6d, add spended' 6etwen twb pdst -
teel- 400.feet apart, the one,end attached to a capstan, by whchit Joeh Walker D.W. Catlin, Ch. Creto
.d to Wil be gradually hauled'on unail it breaks. Tte condition ;Thomas Hunt, Paul N. Spofford, Luciui lopkinm,
ed wthathis wire must not breakwith a greater deflec- ames Freelid Septimus Crooke Daniel G.Havflam
. tion than 9 inches, which is equivalent to 1300 lbs., or90,000
per superficial inch of solid wire .ection. If it stand this Henry Shelden, Charles"P~yen, Levi C
test, thenfurtherexamination of that 1,000 Lbs., in.respeot Thomas S. Nelson, Charles H. Rogers, David L.Sayr .
A to' oth&quaitles,, will. be coitibued; but ifnhot,.-it will be Wilson G' iun .-Samuei J. Beale enry A. Stone,
dhals s-eSJer-edSid p4ded at thedispbsl of tM6econtract
s as- I a12 i A regards toughn'sg and fibre each end f a'skein will Stewart C. Marsh, Wih ldiam Watt,. John Steward, JA.
Cut- s teteted by bending it siiuare over the jaws of a large pair. George Hstings9 Almet Reed, 0. E. Maltby,
d of ofnew an sharp plier d ending it back_ again.Th.M.Whock
-at. -e must stand this test'ith6uothe leasto'M of failui. a'
Itshardhe ad elasticityy will at the same time be exam- Cornelius orinnell, Hermau Boker, James T. Souttba
S Ied'by bendingand s wingilg,i also lby hammering,'filing and EliasHicks, H. W. T. Mali
IS- nothing the ends, which. forms ,part; of the operation of -ELLWOD WALTER, Presiaent.
AL- splg. LWISGREGORYVice-resident.
A 3- i Such lots ahajta the various tests isfatorily CHAS.NEWCOMB,'Seond Vc-Preidnt.
a ill1 thebe',accoted'do6iditionally, ad 80 percent. of its W.V. HUTCmNGB, Secretary. .
00'1- Nullvalue-ilte~erc WMF I...
bn uH valueWalthebe paid' to the contractor in bankable -,-
ill be W i ' ' ;. ... ."
f id. The 20..per cet. w. be rserved for fourmonth EW-ENGLAND LIVE STOCK' i
a '4The.20 as- cent.1will he mees-ved fo
longer.' Should in that time, during the contdon of th URANCE OPAN. of New-Hav M
1.- nables any -iore dfecftive sikeins beh discovered'such ske BKNCH OFFICI, N.18 WaU-st..,N..6.- .
a En- wiU be rejected anda placed, at the contractors disposal," CAPITAL, $50O.00O
hayv- either brkcen or-whole, bil.d or inctgoiled, in auoh 4 ndirioon This Company insures Live Stook, such aa Harlei Cattle
afe *B they happen ti be dluringthe progress of the workr'. The &c, from death, occasioned either from naaral- wwe
taid- alue of such wire, togethbr'wfth' the latbr expended upon or accident, or dieae of any description Whatsoever.
nO-of it, will than be deduced ofithe20. er cent. reserved. " THOMAS'KENDRICK, P .
sold 15 Tfle .ndersigned, as the E.gineer of the Bidge, wil Co^GE T. AyNOL S. Sel.r.tary
,a5 b- hO 'tNe sole j'dgeof shea o teat h ill n aa.a.lm- -- ~ B--- --^.------S -'
RKy partial m ire t.'een thie. cnatlor tidi h i.
6bik, panic es, adfrow hide ecisiosn there shall~b no appeal -L.-Ismv ui~s'mro n:f~llm
.Ief half.or ,qPs 5 beU~pd.en the Canadaside,.sndmay .;OlemNs 0ad 1 rt ,for ::. ,.
a be .sanded,. Ifimported by way oftaiew-Yor-k. --a_~ d myivse '~ rprd <
aL." i *. Pruposasli..will he received until the Ls 01 Octof er
a- next ; they are to'be directed to'tha andes-signed, at aMiag yfi,0 vrbetrm_: "...
_- l he^^ 1 ^ ^ thtt e o r thisC^ p a y .r o v d e ta t af e p ay in,
a 55 PrneW.,' L li-ole marked on" the envelope i ltenst to tlesstockholder, the rate of T rrtlsntiMrig_
u~rhosel foi~rina Wige., ." .. nmfu-ftso h eingg roi.".Qedie
34 i contractors, whmui propssUi are aeepted, will amo the i sdi 'ih iE
I Dr. be informed of the fact" by mdi befs-s or on the 0tofO-tberdealina _e!eril' ait pf
ahas- tober ns4 '- JOHNA.R BINi.
. N iaEi eath e N a g a r a F a lls T it.Utfro a df : '. .- ,
.... .sgara Falls, N. Y., A.nugt 5,. 1882.l___, iaielS.Howlaid,-.- : Koit.' .tttiim,
flmraN T AII li f'NirUn fnr the IPATR a h.- lltph:an ey' euSi 'rhr
W T M eb flcrlan Wl.l laivrl .liit '. rmt.

an SS AMERICAN INdTITUTE.-Proposals will be re. ; H.'. Ruih0l. r
car. ceiveduntilMONDAYV th 6thofSepnext forthuseof .owng' Me i a,
rge p.zle2, fr teaue o
[ a TeamhKniwe"frm20t 'ei- p0 er,to drivd tthe nt azawaB. ,' -.
S chiery,,gtheFair at Castle Garden.- lte Engine to be Wilia. Ht Avpiwa l-A .
. a ning: order on tse ground by 4h0_ e14of Octobero Th. h wilialhiB ter Dncl "Via Al Kie
Engiimne, rce be a r bHRse4f.Vp
V proposaal to statethe. ptrtiinlar.'of.., E ine, prica , 'h .-'
-.-A .es . .........- J.T .N W C AMBERSA -, .-. ",To'-S hen ,ik _A. -
I .Q. . Clark Amnerican Inadtute, No. 351 Broadway. oh' J thn 4 6 he"M : ... De t ,.
ja Wr~ James War
, 1; -- - -_ jAnth mes ar n, "'Daniel Dr idk 8 I4 .'
" I7EA, ST;POiW*DaIIt.,,B.1 T4BA-BBI T ,.m. ,reHamlft=, S o ;:
V' 4 n ti g u r . D.
.t1r~aaUM fit~d~'la S

in.....r ^ ^ ^j&P P. _^~ U .....

SA 4 I E IEiIFE .a,;ft.lW'IHNT-
~ tl~ANCEGOM.PARSYqapQQA4, howe.' %reneib
_& Z n rf=dar
26 iiB fba~the introdildri 6the lb tores mn'E.fe '.E
& the wrhiore ne ,cSB9mjy, would ,4IA
ranbbolnton, to them* : . .

.-SZcb 9i55'A5FD :svJBS inoieui-at a mdeiht Oetra yate' of
B Aiynisarlrovided /for thd'Mb ii fi 'thde ,
, a e B S- 8rY3 ty hlugll unforeseen ciri p ,.u0
Unaia t mak.e their arinuel caymeis. wichu mad tey
dy egadtiatoed to .continue ti.rki in IWhOdliarei
EOALERSvinud .tfier nt.m tui, the
I-,z Sd~rr .tep.. ,_ :, I- .
Tbe Company have wailed themselves of #e experience
w ek)ieht dbid nest 6 eesj of dat prbocured ironthe baest
nfoin m9,,oti n, ipee ligent tsp.n.uee~anil a.. t:he ,e :yt .g,
.fif I IMnseitn erC tor. l..iprop" to t he pOli 'i 1
.0, ot Wt-e d the 'he s I
pj re iAus to ffor:every ^
'no i ati eines wht h ale e0 any1n
Rs6* oisadofped theseanew feaitrbe ,a eon aod them
.4 . .Tceof-ihepeopil. -Ii I .," .
[i4n nrotoiltohe .points referred tqt, p hd wiich are pera-

We f WO 0 ine6' H&i& e'"i rbfHJSE~d
(Ealt&P Stli tl-A Biebnal Mating edof'Lifb ol naiirnei
transactea b3 teem, and policies granted ro r .Wit .t..ut
parliciration in profits
.Rates fosr-n' of pi'db d ~l,_tdiSuEy he had on appticatoi.
.;?thI.eT. pinal .at- t 'ao r thy oe, r ad-
dresed. _t' A A. U~GLAS9 gideiroit
_:) 'i ,..'.", .. .v' -. I Nb i.S ont~goiner 'l.

11 F JiI E. INS-uflp E, an~
"era of' hiB'Inhtiotiion for tb 'election Ai'ftbiir' "?roste8,iaid
.n AimAt u feing for thep qpose, of-.eceiviog aqtazcp.e.t
"of thli'i air of the Cnmpauy, &c., will b e hldeoLat the f-
lee-Of' Obi'tpany, Iin Ci'cinlktit, os "'the 30(- of-^SBP-
T E R B. AI xtI ...- .., ,- -. -,, ,-J rE X N ,.
0,. n 6t s;'iAu, :i ..6,1052 .i, "... ......

V-. ",iJha .QI CaLTo ; I J:0 -hio E
S, ,, Ie rqr,.rqpr. ti.ipate m si roth p .
tlm. osnp~an naymgn omilmrmd Ih '. org on,
t^lmleebnusioess on Monday, l'u:us-iO K (Set t their
Ne.3e0 t location, eorexqf 0St-.v... . ...,
I' 'Policies iesiind os'al detcxipti na of Merohndi,'"tL
,Dwelliugs. Ienafoure, Shigs' terms as other City Ofice, with the advantage to I nrox
MI, ,hare i" thepolo t AI.hoCOiRn -'" ,( ",
" ,, 'I0ECTORS5 r I^i.-Il'1
1a m lL...Ar iwo sv fat-14 Q MCi...-. -A.v

P GflqT.BONJDS .m butO.mtere~I SAT. l.^VI1
pa able m N ew -Y ork 6r a e y . ..' .
....''- : ow 1.- ,L. W. A- t, BDODGK &E, CO.," '
,. . No. 6 lWaHll-t, cc. .rrWnllip ,-u ..
V 0 009OJ h ..4pi.0 ..,- r wWB
yeA tl Cdm2pVlwl y, e_'i~a4
attW -the- 150 idaVj v9 opte6xber--nii jabtiunxeivfttth6.
whole or anx portioAnofbthe above-nameLoan.,
iThe veg ed b y a t r
rM4dofM,9 imphuky-,7W-4 di0e0, tIn length-M~n4A4- ?q

a at t b lno 1t~oni ml ubscriptoAki to" We saplom
Aoen ,bf wthi wohmayn l the Slotm oea *js1 $%700000-
oh v i. p.bebicreal. "toTen a il thI"
1.!- sb1S i~3;)r- tka ree.pino the"
COMPIL3r 0 usneaseof the'eroad its Pnufinshed eon.
Oi ,fto.binO&d~ ga-beyoand "i. A Etdi abiliWt of tf%1
Mar, !L not only inter9pt9_ di, bt.qpleadive,
S blderm) enabIe the,'Ibtoir' to 6fftbr -
Joan. to efpitaSiUt* with an tiiq&alfle&.assitante that it wi
AffoFd0 aJ af a n Invesr1nent of 14e refund ,and aszertainla
mepu~eoalltT With Whion the-lntere** will D met,' u'thft
Jet~oltgvejpniiee1fi69o~1~1lfe&.A ~'.;* **.^ *,; :. I
The Bonds wi1 beiasue i nMed .imam oaf One Tbousand Dol
tahee, payable oq mthe ,day PfJanury 4nd' J,au, of ea
year at the offie p the C pany, in ith city, or in'aO
200 eterlihg, titl'jiretst" otbpotrh at tee rath of fivp0r
p- p Patblel 10!tLMdo ,-tw.wiout uany deduction.jq
"he Bonda will- be- redeemhe d where .the Intereht l'masde
payable o the 3Slt of December, 1880, or they may be o-
fedalit th' optib of th' ownri, into the capitUMtV61
.the CnpEany, A pr,.At anytileprevoMu tothe S.It DSq her, 1860. -'d
'wenflrVi per azaent of each aamepted bid to ,be 'ia
Within twenty days after the receipt of notice ogxu apoe t"
and at London, if for Sterlin Bond, and PhilaeIlpift-1
Toi Dollar'Bohdsi -the remainder oe po i antm
yvery 90 dayi theeafter, Until the* whole amon oao ues
,orh oao eon a d n atnoq if d^re.iM -: 'd
The proposals will be addrewed to GEORGE V. BACOQIN
-Troeaurer, Philadelphia, and indorsedi" Propo l for .Aoan.
Tey will gpeoil the price. effeied for Dollar and Strljur
-Sonde, oreither.. :: ,i"; : : *C ,- *. i, ': ;
The bids ,will be openibd and determined by the Board of
Dlrea tors, on th6 16th day of Soptembr. d;, -.
Any further information in relation to the road and Itm
,rospt wl l e finished boiapapliation at the office ofthi
pS y. orto.DWAR.D MILLEP ChiefFEngineer, the
Q -'t A6 o = d1"fth e Co mpan y in Iodb Dn. -
~ad hIta, Jlyis, July,1,1852.,


,Jah.i' B VoohinJod ,
hmW.oogodoN' h --F F-IC'E of the NEW-YORK and
os&eM W... Savle, A g.l -I.,., .." ERP4 O oi U.'.B.M-AIL STEAMS EUP COM-
Joseph W. avage, Asahel A. Denman, Stephen W. Jome rA o. b6 Woll st. ., N. Y., August 17, 1852.--The booku
Jon~ S. Meyer, Hery D.Crane, William J. Arinlky Ohr;Buhlsc.ipdon topthe balance of the Stock ofthis CP company
3itus5- %ai;-' "M -ark Cornell, "- John Wdito n' isbt inrtea for revionus to the- pasage of the an for In-
.J....a,, fWs. -R. Sewart. 1 Wllam Wintnow, erepeh., mail pay by the Government, will be openedat1
alsCaudersoneury Dubois, 1Andrew Wad, i their oie, a s above, from the 10th to the 25th of Septem.
'eo. W Van Nort, Wm. W. Cornell, bavid L.-Syro. her next, inclusye, by ordeof the Beard of Directors.
Joju W. Howe,. -Cummings-H.. Tuoker5 WM L-. YOULE. Secretary.
,..- ,,, M. JOPPER MOJTT, Pr, ,
tereb.t R6. s r B-, t- P. . [ R. CBB. & CO., "No. 29 Wall-st.,
", -St0 k o6di"1sionaad Collection Brakers. '
-" I ^." "S - S TOCKS,. b.eght and, amoid; tate, Railroad, City, an4
.... t ". ':. ,'.. ,rt-t'ttdle' ir Loans negotiated.
-. .q I. .
-j -.", ,. --. .-.COULL;ECTI6NSiad 'e in all parts of the United Stats'
... .. 1. an ] the ",&Snatoa@ with, romptne~s .. ..
,OTIC--T o.,e..ptnership 'of HEL!M.. '" h ....ror.... ' . '-
JLI UO,c0Oy.oPD,; co. in.i- day diasolvedhbyin mutual EENE & COMPANY, American
ponsnmt, and either of the undersigned are auth orised to met.- i Bankes,, No,. 28; Plae. ,S George, P-,F_* TeAra of
. l .tlta'alirm.-- edJdJ 26,u1852.-_"' .. .d t upq usa are given by our correspondents, Mer.
i .... ,,H- M. LO, CK OD i U NCAN; SH RMAN U .O BOankernmNew.Yor.-
... ..... . -... . GEORGE'AUDD. ----- __- __ ----'-.
. ThwClothing higae, In all It branch; willlh biontla- L' M A CLCHANGE.-TWO per dent.
nd at the old stand byathe aubsibe'T. l premium sai for all lindd J-HOUMPAON
,- '~ ~H.. OCWOOD.L: premium paid-'o alid. -3.TROP)
_____ ___________ M, -C t 7' ',. i -Cpimner of Broadway and Wzjqt.
NpTIC!. -of ;DISSaOLU QO.. e|;TTNCURBIEWD MONE'Y.-.--Ratesj of;
0 ,- . %;: ,, "', , .. ..r ...j I.

Copart-ere bip heretcfore e(-tisting between GERRITa ,
..DA MRXH nue .h .... of ,0 & I'., disono at No.0 9W-t ,,corner of New-at. State,
SMITH and EDGAR M- SMjT-H uder thbi fi-04of G. & i. on'tstbi ; ... .
M 3111TE1i ,,byI -r Eastern, oone-igtne-qua r and
.lfofihfrr-wl 1 h vd ~t hirsfi tbier kinclspcoportlonately low., MEG YE&fJOA hN.
.^~^ ^ t^ M MIH s isove b m n ^nea..Th ut-t
:who cloe, it. affairs-Nilew Ydrk August AND VARRANPS MONEY-' Mm1
31, 1802. . G RRI. T SMIT t t, ..,. .,
-" EDOALR 1 SMIr .' !V f. -The h-ghestprices paid for Land 'Warrants; Mll.
The business .of mniufactiing and aLseing. Gold PensA toy and otbee claims on the. United efficiently proqcted.
GoldPencils, Pen holderss ana Jewelry, heretofore carried Intorn-ation given to persons wishing to locate Iand,War-1
F-e- by t "e late firm of G. & .M' MITH; will be continued' rtso n vlable prsbliclands. Mone loaned on bod and
bi'EDGAA M.,1MITHaud CH ARLES GILt1Rt, under X mortgage. R. CLAGGJETT' No. 35 Wall-t. .
i"lefirm of : ... E.M 'S llt &CO, "" ___ ___._ ._._-__ -,
- .... .. ,' at NdO 16.aia daaw- nr. I f- ANDs WARRANTS BOUGHT and
HE -SBSCRBEReehOLD onthe mot favorable terms, byk COLEMA
& 'D.DAAE, No. 63 Wall-st., near Hanover-at.
Y credirors of the late firm of F[IStHi&f.R & 'i"OtrI'D '6 '10, BO.'and'40 arw Warrants. guarantied to be genuine,
'WAY Grocers, w-ho lornueri traepscteck bsairoess'At N 430 pd drceivable a an Land-Qffine-sn the United States, coo-
' road tay, iii theityr'f Mew-.Ybok.tdprAentAmeoil-cMUM 'mintly on band Warrants forwarded to all partsoftho
.patpaat) ossor bre the 21st sif yteea-r i tet) xo Susiry at the market' price, oniithe reeipt of remittanem.'
. ted, Auig..-24, .85 .. 1. ,. .3 e are aing the' highest prcefo'ar and Warranti.
. . e,- No. 9 cal prner of New-a. .

.,, .cV^\yV- ^-/ .-y / t vtlt ; N^: ^^^^^^ I
_York!-ALSBANY, Ang. Sf "1852.-The .MECATS
B K,'of'atauque County, (Mina) has tMs day fired in
this .ice.-a noticd of the 'appomtmniena 'of -READ &
TLIrTKUP;, oif the .City of N*.vw-Y.ik, as agents for the re-,
demp;ip ,of its. ci.cula, ing. 'notes,.., tbgetihe with .lirevoca-'
tien of the appoimnment.of Pheps.&f.8covilasch agat,
agreeable to the,act entitled "Ao act to ansi.the mvera
acwt relacinffi tbo nhrporasecF Basks, Bfn- 'AaoianctiitonM
sid.Individual, Banaers,'" pased.Apnl 17,1 85L ...
"- DANIEL B. ST.'JUHIup ete.dent.

,ANk DEPA' TMfENT,,State of Now-
SYork.-A-LBNY, 'August 28, 1852.-The WHITE,
PLAINS BANK, (Naples,) has tins day fied it shis office a
Notice f the. appointment of NELSON 0OOVEL..of Me
-City bf"mhdny, at ient for be redemption fits circulating
notes, together with a revocatiqn of-the appointaenmt of-
Pbeipe & Scovel as fiech agent, agrteable to the act entitled
s An ftt to amend tbe several atS reciting to Incorpo edi
]Banks, king Associations an-Individual .ker "'passed I
Apil 17, 1861. DANIEL B. ST. dIOHN; S Jdat.'
-Masa..a;DtNdAN, 8HERMAN, & CGO BenkerB.,
Few-York. isue Credits and Billslof kxchAkge, available iS
mignt-o$ places eAntho West'Coast -
;" v Ypaiho-- 'i Pm *l.

, L.. OOKEI-BRTHEXLR-4. ... i
, ii0. mot. s to suit. For sale b.
Amo:t.1ENO, No. 9LOOO.*
T-pVlh.END -OTlCE.- he'Sem-
i *j~ Xnniual eredti fallioagd ue i -this city on theo it;
dar-of Sevtamber ne4it,1oD tefeflhnisiagi pcnedsecarislos,
mil 'be paid pn and afte r tat 4ate at the office of the un-I
Eerseik ibD'prdoenino'h thid prioner cop iz.: -
The PfONDSof- tbA CpUNiTY -of 'DLAWARE (Ohi );
"tesda to the CLEVELAND, COL UIIU and CINCIN-
v yT AJR .O6 fr CO: tyi6 er'e.i *- ....- Y
The OLt.XELA D.. C-pLU:A-S aand ,CtINCNSAI '
! 'The -.PIA-MI YS oth
:le po, eebits : ... .... . .. .. ... . .. ......-
. BFe HALTON, COIKNTY (hndiAna);-BONDS, agifed
-YAJSY, il ir coens. -"*. / 4 J *
S W1 4SLOW, )JAIE &, CO Np 52 Wall-L t.
1 :" ,A .Railroad Bonds.' ;
RAILROAD 7 per ceuts. i
eCITY'O MITJ1WAiJKrE'10 orcebts.l Pincipal and
interest payable in New-York. For sale by t
P, TRACHAN I SCOTo o,51 William-st. I
SBONDS.-$25,000.-We offer, atprivate sale, PICK
of subscription to- the CinCi~nati,. Wil-mington. and Zane
vile Railroad, 7 per cents, coupon, in Bonds of $1,000
500, '19 years to run rincipel a id iMterest at New- York.
]BONDS, of saime description, aedfor same Road.
$.2. osedespri ..and for same Road. .
BONDS, of'ea desertiption, and forsame Road.
'Thse 14mare overaly inderoed and prompt payment
Sby the Railroad Com.
-am3,.q, ccfr.eres od.09 -eua o t. ithe ROAa
pd O ioi~t~n oxintaRao
We asn he fi ai. lst of the County, re alas pledge
to tleame object, 'b" spleial act bfth& Legislator6 of Ohio
ond tbe.conatitutionat.ity of the act affirmedby the Supremi
Court on a case mOade and carried up by Clinqon County.
$2,000 UNION C.OUNTY B9gD L years., cop on
" per cens indored and' guaranted aby the Sprigfie a
-/ansfield Railroad Company, to which they 'wereissued i]
nt'-r stock- .. .' ' '
SCOMPANY INClwME BONDS, only 5 years to ruen 7 per,
'.' ent. coupon.' ; ': l', *' .. .,-*, *;*. "' '
DELANO, DUyLMyY & CO,., N.o8 WalolI
SIMEON DiApauR, Auctioneer. I
fflice No. 46 Pinest. cor. of William. !
DAY, Sspt. 2, at 12 o'clock, at the Merchants' lxchang8.
($50f00 Bonda of the TAR[FFVILhLE MANUFA -
'* TTURal O CO: :,' ... :"* ",, '/ i' ]
..0,0nn- Bonds rof the THOMpSONVILLE dARPER
-, ,MAH-yTyr TURiN co.. :" ,* ', ,*'*.*." *;
ceNe Bonds are first mortgage, bearing six per cef.t,, i*-
te o s payable aemi-annually in New ybe s.; are fox r ct,00I
. each,.aod ade dc,806 tb 1860. "-Th, y cahry coapona 'for *-
berest. ,. _

- .JtJV .V M.,O.I$.TA.0 ,BONDS of the
- tCHIARTfI OAtS OA '" "artie S'lol Cc.
i voller.o.r fee 'N-NETY .IgrOUSA-D JJLjRst .-of their
SEVEN P10.K CENT., BON.DS, being a portion of one
.. 'pdrd&l iYoissand issued by themr aisidlel ed' b.Bratiaa
.- < efeupon ,te coal and ,pal ,rtigh .eB lo at .'ed rd acr o f toie beh oonal la,, 4itu f ml
. *bna le~m6''&irIhivertole mis 6eo-its)B,a'Hte

knott 54.~ Q f rs ilroqd, five miles iu Igtls-, .
all ttfe ne e~4rpdg ia"also, wenty dwellii-hUsa 61
- the owo'of lt .ingtem, sud eight' acres of lad at dno 14--
minus'ofthe'.Ipad o tibe Ohio ,ver. ; -
0 7ine ]bit 1 t XI,,P.Bri aBier,. Erq.,-m 'Tkae"
,.,^)rjlhe Be, dholdeas.. ". -fo:^ .... ',> ;* ; .. . ; ,' "
i --e npmoan d have.aceinad dtringthe period of navi-gh
-'-: SI, Vc.ft obse col ahbi they-halo theetkpaicity to transport,
- 1 ? yn d b ordered new equipage faobthe plirgiaeoffincreapsbg -
'.S' WttL received forte" lS BaB'flil Vednesaa,'
":tt 8'pSiibtfiVAroximo, at 3 o'clockbt the office of the un-
-**' dertginO ')irtber 'informaatioa may be'nadnipqn applida-
dd,n O ., ', J "tN'H1MPBIU1., T r- .- I
/.. r ."/ ... cer of Well-si. "MCIt d

5- rENTTJCyBjON'DS.w4.Tenty~r e,
.tsd_ Thof I so8Dd 1 lso,.Un t.itend-tncix .pne
'_Sto .kr of_ !_8.9 ,nd 18en1^ also, Umited Sltato Six Per C e t.

.. A.M. MaRw in, Aucuoneer.
.u Traa Sales' Roos No. is Park-row.
EN. .... ERY T. LEEDS. Aucttioneer. .
WJ 1 On TH-JUASD'AY, September .2,' at 10f o'oloc at
salesroom. No. 88 Chambezsast., comprsing.a general ass rtb.
mient of o- msehold Furniture, suchoas Sofas, Chairs, Tet-a-'
oTetes, Couches; Divans, Mahogany French Bednteads, Ma.,
hogany and Rosewooud Marble-top Dressing Bureaus and'
.W'abstands, Wardrohbes Boftoaae, lsronied [rom' Hdt-
stands, Silver-plated Ware, Table Coutlery, &c. Catalogueg
on morning of sale. ,,
FACTO RY.-WEDNESDAY, Sept. 8, at 10 o'dlook,
at No. 781 Wanhington-st., corner of Jane-st. in the Ciy of
SNew-York, allthe Machinery for'themaanufaotory of Cobth
Sand Doe-skins- conisting'of. the following, viz : Ope Hy-
Sdraunlic Press, 16 feet high,- of 500 tuns power.
One teamin apparatus fordecatiring Cloth, imported
from Germany. .
iO.i One Brushing Mchline with two Bruflshes and Steam
Ove Lingitudvna Sheagring Machine. "
SOne TransoerooSharieg Machilne.j
One Ug. 1ron faamie 8-4 wide.
.Six Power loiis, thade by Howe f Convere.
Three Gigs, 4-4 wid; .
SOne Langitudenalibhiring Machine.
Owe Trafsrsfal lrbarin Machine:
One German Falling Machine with Brass RollerSA, ism.
parted from eelmany.
Two HScouring MAchines. .
SSix Power Looms, made by Howe & Converse.
One Iron Furnace and iron plates for pressing 26 piecea
SCloths. '
Dyeing Apparatus, withisteim pipes, &c. &c.
Several Thosand Pree Boards, imported from Gert-
many. : .
; Three Tender Frames, 96 eiet bong. -
About 100 feet Shafting, with Coiilifgd, Chafetrk Pule o,
&c., Belting, &c Geting. Forfurther information call at
No. 9 Broad-st. Ni Y. W.' T

pursance of an act of the Legislature of the'State of.-New.
-Jersey, and by the authority of a legal Town Meeting ofthO
aitllens of Burbigtonm City. will be sold at public sale, at IS
o'clock, M., on. Monday, the 6thday of September next, al
JBelden's CityHol,.o, a -ity of Burlington, N, J one..
6iaforntheoowtii art of urlifgton Martiniounk I'land`
'eomprislng aoIt 50 acres: ""T valuable ipropey, mit
ated in the Delaware River opposite the city o Burhino'
N. J., 90 milesabove etheit of Ph iladelphia and upon t
aret highwbay between ihe two great ootnmercisi ities of
fhe Union, and immediately opposite the outletof the Dele8
-ware Division of the Pennsylvania Canal, .at. BrIsok
W ough whiclpamen the greatt bulk of owl whibh i shipped
hom Philadelphia..
.T e'liiblesitatiol of this Island, the depth. of water
snd the loldcss of the shores, combine to render it one
-the aindtdeniable" which havebeen
'Itellfste or'manufaturrs'fr a llong time. -
The. puroliaser will be Lequired to give satilfactory fewu"i
for~the'performanceof the contract. ,-
JAMES W. WALL. Mayor. ,
SCHAS. H. FENNIMOIA, President of COunloiL
T QHOMAS MILNOR Pres't Managers ofWobool F.,7 .
, ,Bur ligton, N.JJuly29) 1868....... " [
"4TIAMER ATLANTIC 'for Sale at
., Alction -Wil be U yld'at public ariltion, on the SIXT
DAY of SEPTEMB_3 1852, at 10" o'clok in e fprenoo,
"the Mercbhhta'' Excange. in the City of BufS'an, t
steamer ATLANTTC,'as she now lies sunk neai Lo Point,
(Caniada,) in or about 25-fazhoms of water.: The Atla*ti
is three yearsold last spring, has a good Low-Pressure ER-
Sgine, was well finished. and in Soud condition when-sunk.
- Cost, bhen buiji $V.0,000. She .had, on board s ome g ,od ,
S0.oo0 deal oft luggage, nd Iabout $36,000 in mony. ra
ma4e known at tinse of sait; .. ', *, T. LUCE; Agent..,
..... ,:: llffeS^ ":) -, :_ . : .

JL No. 378 Pacific-t., Brooklyn, (6 doors beyond Bondj)
continue to treat Chronic Diseases with their nsatil marked
nuacOse and to make in-seeing (sbalrvoyant) examinations
fordisease,'whethir 'the patient be present :or absent ; and Psycbometrical (phrenologicat) descriptioha of
"dhoc'rter of pbsent persons. Examinations i for disease,
wh'e the patient is sbsent,:$5 ; present, $3., Deoineatious
ofCharacter, I8. Prescariptions, $L. o .
: J?.&EBeS andc"OcULiST, No. 92 West: 13t -st.r may be
1 eot pltelatist from 8 to9 o'cleck A. M, every day, Suo.
dyexcepped... ;',

SI--Office, No. 110 Greenwich-a.s 'New-York, opeir from $
o'clock- A. M. till E5 o'clockP. M- .amphlets and; verbal i#-
formation, &om xeliOableand a uthemitic souroqea, will be give
eheerfully and free oflelxpl, oalIeos who inond tW
mettle in the State of WisP.=.. e oi% ,'the fl'iem eoathew 6
the rich sand beautiful Valleyiof trhe MtiiripJ.
' G. AMBLER,' M.D., 'Dentist,, Ivoui.
| -. rempeotfully inform his' friends andfhe public,' that e i
'baa, returned from the country, and would e l ae todee i
llwomy vfrIm withtheiUpatripmad, at s % ai ,:
ITo hiiton-pla, (adjoining the Ne1-Yo- ini-i,-

SR G TAC-LES 0cientifically adjuetojl to
01 ,,ct,:vi-on with unerring:. accuc m .. k
FRANNA ,ectftle Maker, No. 52 Briwe ".. : -
enis-Diboi, : 'Wilkes,,e and H.ateZ-7.d geonI Ito- te.i
New-Yorlk.Eyer IfArm DrD, tep.eson and Rop Sur.
'eons tot4eNY.E4 tal-and Mr.WlaeadrMo
UJOFrFICEIwo.' N Chaa oppit Cha rs- I
-J ln U at bi X.n.mde r :W i : omu t r .oll 5

T S, PASSPORTS ilor all paits of-the
,world--dinpeIsable to,travelera-riaued.b; ,, .
J'B. NONES. Notary, No. 6 Btadivway..
SILL AMP MTN ER,,Atton at-
SV0 LaWjWilkesbarr&,-Peha,' a ."' ., 4v .

J. US. -Mil Lie.-The favorite uteamphip SOUTH.
SitKRX--- WJ~uter coatndaddr. illteav e NPe, Nfi IN.R
on WED)NEDDA Y,Iet 1, at 4 lock. P. M.precisely For
fieigt in War, hre all billa of lading will 1ideshiid
and fbr s.Laee at then office 9f SPOFFOR, L:


U ON..................' Capt Rihd d
U.1- If
UN (0 !_ ..o,,G.oses ,age.Bases ,, GaptW.: ii )d
D p
S AD.GE loose....o.. ,....... Capt. J.'Diekiso n,
forming a regular semi.-weekly ljne between Ne.-Yodjn
iharleslton ,will make their tripp es folow-: ..
,;. ia ~TN.i^,-.. ..Baurdrday...... .Aug; ^
SOUTH=RNER...Wednp.ay........ ept 1.
\v t <, MARION, .;;'- ; .;.. .Satt~rday .V.,'..... Sept=. ^
S- ^^%5^ .^:&
JAMES ADGER .... Wenesda pt 8
". )UNTION ..... .... pt.11 ,

M.r poa ue sRprm er. yorpaae on al Ihe Oigh

.g enpg.esd,)' having !verysfine acofimi6darons for ariii-
.p a at s UihreighI. ip"Iy, qn-bac pdfj
0 0 ..P1~9Ni ~O., !No. 48 915c#~

ide and otbeiu, apply to BPOFORD, TILESTON &. JO
p.048 th-ub'f.' .. .., ". /" : .. ,. ; ,- ::; ri
PAY.--ForiNew-Orlenas. via, Havana the aplenr
~eamBip fM~ t "VY r Henry W indle,'aoAiian-
der, will ail fro*- the pier at; Loot of, Wa4ersw N .Rf'on
MON DAYiSept. 13. at-odclobt( .'M; psre o ly, : ..
Ps r sAjeTo HAV4.'& AND Nw-ORLMANS.. i
...... -' EW A'R~ANGEMEfft '- ' 'l
g adaies and After saloon Be t abi........... ............. $
Forward dalo6n Berths....-.............,.......... 5
Steered e Be~Js . ....... ; ;... ;.: :,
apece onl* taken on freight to Havana.
Freight ta~en to New-Orleans at 30 ehta per cubic fqpt.:
Shippers of'freihc are requested to supply themielve0
with the Vompanys billa of lading, which may bh had op
application at the office. No other form will be signed.
No bil of lading after 'the ship haa sailed. )
For freight or passage apply to
M 0. ROBERTSh o. 177 West-at. cor. Warren.
j- REDUCED RATES-New-York and San Fran-
cisco Steamship Line.-Thle new steamshiP UNIT]D
STATE/, s ilam C. perry. Commander, 1,500 tna bur-
den, will taker her departure fr.m New-York for Aspin-
'twal, Navyt Bay, on Wf DNESDAY, September 1, ati
P. 'ri., connecting at Panama with. the new double .
engine .teamahip W aINFTELO SCOTT, 2,100 tuns burden
Geoirge A. Cole, command inr, which steamer Wairy h th 1
arrival, of paasengoea at Panama by the United SOatC.|.,
from NewtYorki, and immediately thereafter proceeddtp
San Francisco direct, without opoing at any intermediate
porte. :'.'. ". "
S-No deception on the lathmas, this line hasvig never failed
to connect and leave Panama at .he appointed time. '"'
These ovesels; in aceommodatooas and safety, are not sm
passed by any. on this route, and an experienced surgeth .b
attached to each veserL .a.
For Tioketa apply to DAVIS BROOKS & CO.t
General Agents, No 2$ Beaver-at,
JONifS M : No. 104 Weat-st, corner of Liber.ty-a.e,
PTasenger per United Saates will disembar alongdaide F e
Swharf ai Aapinwall, and take the Panama Rairoad, no v
ol6en nearly to Gorgona, thus avoiding the risk atteddadt
*UTpon loadii" in boats at Chagre, and the rive, navigtion
I Gorgona.m
., wil The UNITeD STATES will loeavoe. NewrYAk
again on THURSDAY the 2Sd September to connect at
Panama with the fine new double-engine steamer b. Ooote'

in ,8HeP COMPANY, eonnaectnS with the P&C, 0 oG
*MAI3L STEAMfHIP COMPANY.-Only thniugh", t. ,
. Mail .Line for CALFOm NIA and REOO wis Aea r pinwifll
ad P.afama.-The ialendid new and double ngiein U.S.
Iratl Stpfmahip OHIO, SOQ90 rans, J. FUjdily 8ehk
U. S. N.4 Commandat. will )al] en MONDAY, Sept: 6-at
O'clock, P. Mpreciasel from ier at foot of Warree l d ,
North Rvei. the Paciit Mail Sthieamship Company's fa.
t cifieent mitemeO PA.AMA. qill be in readiness at Pime a
Sto reserve the Ohlio's mail mnd passengers and sail imme I.
Saey for an -Fruancco. Nc anffota will be spared on; he
part of the Compaines to put their paengers through with
*euxpedition mud comfort, i ^
Lower Aft ani Forward Saloons, do.................2 -
, Second Cabif S .dN ...........................
ipege.....r Um.ed St. t es.........e................. i,"e
ufmmengar d will bel idid 'at: the Panama Rairoad h J

*wali l~ee Tranaitof the Isthamu at the ngers* .
.esemm Peron secuirigtriemhoueb pasage b7 the T,
States Mail dteamer from sew-York, have preereno of
vocow odatiot oB board:of the Pacific Mail 8teametw.
Rates of fare, from Panma, to ap a cxscop m the. ,
layorable-teni,an" Walk 6i "bi b amigiii~,'I r toa
N. B.-Shippers are requested .co suppy themselves m t
the Conmr any's Bill of 'Lading," wh'c wil be siged at the
office between. toe poi 1f 10;. and 1.0"qlp W Atn, ta a
]ema KLE A.WHITNTEY, at theOffice ofthe ,.."
. No. 177, Wemt.t, corner of Wiarriin. .'Y

"Rates, via Aspinwall, Navy Bay.--The favor
engine steamship PROMETHEUS, rCapt Char
SLnsburthDnwll leave Pier No. 2,-North Ritver, oi
DAY, September 4, at 3 o'clock, P.M, preciselv,I
wall, direct fiom whence she will proceed to Sa
Norte, giving paoengers the- Jeleeti, a of either r(
passage, at reduced rateI, a 'ply oii. -
D. B: ALLE N;So9.p .plae,t

SSHIP COMPANV. c'0onneotn g with the,
Mail Line foz CALIFORNIA and OBEGOi, vii
WALL and PANAMA -By orderof the Postma
tel, the United Siates Mail AStamera,, -with 1bthe
foroLia, and Oregon Mails, are. Co. be dispatched
and 20th of each mbnth, direct "for Aspihwall ;
New-Orle"as on the 7tob ana,24d .When these a
on Sunday, itbe sailing tp be postponed ,o until th
following. The Pacific Mkfail Stame'riarw'r be i,
for immediate dispatch on arrival oti thh mail at J
The following ii a list of the dteadahlpt' belong
GEOgIA.8...;1..,0300 t ni CRESC6NT CIrY.
OBIO,......,.....,00 tuns [ CH ROKeK .a...
ILLINOI -....... 2,500 LtUns PHLADJELPHI
EMPIRE'CITY...2"). 19 EL DORA ....
V?.in A ,.
JALCON-.................l,,000 tuna.
Leaving New-York for Aspinwall on h 5th t
Seach imotth. j .- ' '' a -
Thenew stoamphi EL, DORADO nd the FAI
form a direct liHe Tetween New-Orleaus'and A
...leaving'on the 7lbh and 2d 'of edh4 nmonithl,'and'f1or
the Pacfionstegashipfs a Through. hiaoe to and froq
leans 'Dd fa&As in Mexico, California Bnd Oregon
from New Orleans can ieo'.secured from ARMI
FBAR RIS & CO., Agens at that place.
Ladies' Saloon Stte. Rooms :....8............
Ldwer Aft sa" F-rward Saloon State-Rooms.....
Second Cabin' Standees.. ....... ............
Steerage...- --......-........-.o.- ....-...........
Passengers are' landed at the railroad ddpot, Aspi
of. expense The rTailtrad ,b1tgin deration, an
gover half the distance from AxpinWall to Pa
raitof the Is .im i ay be performed in fIaz
to twenty-foir hours-the eipese,';*hic:h varieawf
$16, to be borne b the p"aenger. ,' O A
, The puolie are informieo tHit, indel tl nepw ar
of this Company, Steamers, ie, pected, and appro
Navy 'Departmeol-, comzimandd B'-Navy Officers,
. lg the U.S. Mails, will hearar ,leave Pana
diately on the arrival of-the lantlic Mails, and
aisco on. the 1st aid'ilfth da)dof each miontht and
at Acapulco. .
A reserve Boat ill bh' kept at eo6h end of th'
oover'accidents" ;' : -
The, following 'Steam' Packets, beplonging.,to I
Mail 'Steamship Compnyate'now on the Paci
which. will be.always,in port.t,each nd oof thp r(
Gf'OLDEN GATE..2,(tarnai COtMIIMBIA .'...
NORTHERNER..1,2O0 tuns. ANT&LQPE ....F
RE PUBIlC.'. -. .ll00 tuns. CAROLIN &A...'-
OREGON .-......... L08tuns. COLUMBUS ....
PANAMA -........ ,87tums. ISThMUS ....
CALIFORNIA ..... 1,050 tuns. UNICON .....
FREMONT ............-...... 600tunu
T[ eew teoiship COLUMBIA will ply be
Francisco and ports in Oregon. awaiting at the f
the arrivals of the mails a ind passengers at Panan
turning wiithoit delay with the mailand passeng
ateamer.tfrom a. fFrf.ncico.,. Persons securiz
paasage b "tho United States Mail Steamers from
a have preerence of accommodation on board the 1
Steamers. .
IRates of ard:e from Panama to San Francisco o
fhvoreblo terms. ,
S A regular line of Propellers will be kept up fto
portftion 6f,freipht idd-transient passengers beta
Iama apd San Fnancisco. t. One of the above to
keep uip the connection between Acapulco and 0
san ports. Eachpasangermi :allowed 250 lbs.p
aege free, not ecceeding in., measurement 10
Freight will be takeift&'Cares'e at '0' cents pe
from IPapamn toaSonFranpispo at the rate -of I4
For freight or passage apply to
At t office of t he Coropg i o. 177 Wes-a
Warren, Ne*-YorL ., P. ,'

S FRANCISCO.-The. qnly line .giving ticke
teg' the Isthmus.-The shortest mod heapest rout
yvorite double engine mtemsihip PROMETHEUS
will leave from Pier No- 2 Noth River, at 3 o'c
precisely, on SATURDAY, Sa t. 4, for San Juam
Sdirec, connecting with' tp, double engine ste
WIS, ,2,200 tuns, over the Nicaragua transit
tng but 12 miles of land trasispoiuation 'This nr
in perfect order, and pasengers'can, rely ;pon go
with dispatch, in the most comfortable manu
-, steamers have superior ventilation iad accomix
, For information and passage-at the 10,ot rates,
i to D. B.AL^N, Agenit, M. 9 Battery.6, 1I
' -
L -The fast sailing ship LADY ARBELL-
-' lk&pteh for Port Philip ad S.i dn dfret. _
. e frsye ports are resetlly, ]ivitediro'iisi
Ile the, vbiy 'o ssfoitiiae7 Wann~g itoft oli o
-feight orpaimige apply on,'bbi VierWb 6:oi

'DO *
^<^^ ~ll^^~w^0

rite double
ohill 1.8-.
for A spin
a Juan del
outoe. Fo
ip stair .

Ugh U. 8
peat Call
on the o
ai-d fro
plates occur
ie Mouday
Poainama -
ing to

.1,300 t0
.Ll. Im .
id 20th o
tiimg wit
. Pasage

,....... '1
........ '

d carsrun
sama, 015
m elghtee[
rom $10 r
ved by th+
, and carry
ma ime-
San Fraa,
will touch
e route 4
the Paclft
ifice one of
..800 .n.

and fitted up entirely *or the comfort of famliex or 'minzl.
btv efii~per- now uj'-olbSii poh;iffe bit'('fiddnW11l'_ MV !161

pasag _arly appicati4a wi o0 necessary, on bolud 9
o. North Rver, tidof arlislo-t6, or'Vo' oq '^ ..
r B N U qrM .,,Nos 3ad 8r _
N BV. py of Astralan Tarif, on 0all despition of
gbmOds ea & e a.t lige omeeofH Je.N ib bbi-CW1 ."NOpV
S.dy,_ill b~,happp?,Woerpeivqeany:onstgam
ainve OnLoame ofthie firthoutea t .

10 4LIVERPOOL.-T1JLB new and
upland1 shiatp CITY. fX.0 j qhCi4HBS6TV4It R, S
L l h der, will fromPhiI!Velbha
grpool oi iYDAY, Spmr 4, at 96'ook,1A.E t l
isge In arte8 7 oo statjLeooms.............. $90
I Ppassa -;iidship-naloonhiae i-obais..; :m ..* '' 6 "I
Pasa ,.&,forward alo.state rooms..I....... .. -;
Paaoen 01 he provi*,ed wi'tih Railway ticket to Phit. '
delphi-e 0 expense, bythe aeant. : 7. '
.... T 4AS JCHAROW~~ j No. 41 Bsxhangeaplaee.
Eo0 LIVERPOOL.-Undd 'StaSh
0 M ship ATLANTICT(, Caotain. aJae. WeaL-
Thi ste a er will ,depart with the U.,$, Mils for 1,eonp
esitiv ,.dii SATUORDI V, Sbp: 4, at 12o0likM, from
her ber ;6,the4 foot.Qf aedal-ftN .No berths secured Ril paid
for. Fo ,eight or' passage, hav neqaled acommi-oda,
toI DO ce a 'nd ai:mfbrbT Yto '- Q....
.... -_h E^D I KO^. C9. .; & /OO .p., B. Wal-st,
The s.i t A'AR TW 'il *-ced the ATLANTIC
anr:a i" rtem or 1 81832,'-.:. "j ..I' . ', "..

Knt ITfrteA i&d'XORTH AEU
T 4 ;CJt0 YAL1'X1-' Si'*SE-~iPS b~
NEW.YOS and .LlVIKPtO0La,. direct i aaAdbetwest
BOST'g a dIVEKPOOL.-T- e B0iton ships only al.

t NSa:no o CN: .-
7. CAM BRIA, J; LeitchJ' ''^ ..."" '
These vyemele carry a clear-white-light at maut head, green
on tat tio lS u, redo ..Q-rt W..d.., .Qs.

AVLEi hanio finr'OdTOti, WedneaayiSept. i:t :
HAR- BOTN edneaday, Sept. .0
AFB ~ ~ h trid4fh. aen oiy,Sot.

AF]KIc.ari % an f'. NEW.YOR.K, Wednesday, Ocft 6.
CAN AI Lang, fom BOSTON; Wedneasay, Oct. 13.
AS' A : tJ .from NEW-. ORKlt ;Wennacay, Oct 20.
AME A, Snon, pom BOSTON Wednesday, Oct. 27.
EUROPLpft', from NEW-Y OiI, Wedneaday, Nov. 3
N lAG b Stone, from BOSTON. Wednesday, Nov. 10.
AF B l'Cp n, fin NE V-Y ORK, Wednesady, Nov. 17.
CA NA ,'l fr a r BOSTON, Wedneaday, Nv. 24.
ARAo I: from NEW-YORK Wednesday, Dec. 1.
AV RIA ; Shanoon, from BOSTON, Wedneaday, Dec. 8.
ASIA, Judkins, from NEW-YORK, Wednesday, Dec. 15.
EU RO ano0t, from BOSTON, Wedneday, Deo. 22.
Naw~fo ew- York or Unaton to LMverpbiol-Flrml
,bin,? .2(3e..eBOnol cabin, $70. .
BerthS, Ap' t i-ecureo until paid for.
Fr 'Sit ilbb chargeal on spmeiee beyond an amount fo2
personal expenasS. .
An epsjote cead Surgeon on board. '"
A .Ittars and newspapers maot pasr through the
PoAttOf fI C ,or freight or passage apply to
CAK ,: "' CUNARD, No. 4 mBowling-Gre n.
A Frephi, German, and other Foreign Goods reDeivefl
Sb.rought in common with BritiOsh Goods. Through bill
ofat ding are given in Havre for Iew- York.
WAT.HBEa- By order of the British. Treasury, watchem of
ibreign mafactre, bearino the names or marks of Englith
panutacturers, will be hereafter admitted in England in tran
situ for the United States and other countries. In coud-
quence of.which French and ewlss watches may be shipped
at Havore fb iew-York or Boaton via Liverpool, withoutin
eurring the risk, a heretforfe, of being seized by the English
mit fnrthae United ttnadohrcutis n00

RL =L MrA 9N, INNELL ft CO., No 83 South-.t,
t'ew-York, soae ad oMi y autborizod Agents for the SWAI,.
L _REpooA PACKrssailU6th LTONrDON PACKETS sail every
andid Sal eery month alternate Thursday.
Persons wishing to mend for their flinnsm and dealthu0 of
bringing them out by any of the above magificant saip, are
informed that Messrs BOWMAN, GRINEhL L. CO.&ars I
the only Agents for the above ships in this city. "
They s, ss .mo..Draits, roml 1 and upward, (which aor
payable" at sight tn any town through Ireload and Great
,itain. Forjfurther information opply if by lueter, postpaid,
83, poah-s.t. "eW-York and 5 Reneut's Road, Liveool
Liverpool Packets leave New-York,6th and 21mof eac
nth ; . : i; ." ; *; i ; */
London Packete leave New-York every alternate Thursdey.
FrO p aa4ge AppI Om above. '

ompoalng this Ito are tbe f@U~owin .h....
" ATLANJIC, f 'C 0pt. N ye,

aernhenf'ervc. I Every'eare ha" been takei In either eon.
stmruennea _1aim lion.he i Eogin to insr. stringta and
speed and tther aoccomnmodatons-for passengers are one.-
Analed for 9.ega;ice ad eomafort. Price of pROaMgefromi
wew*ork to'Llv- rpo in foi-elaus cabin, $120; in second
I do., $70 ,9aidmehriasnpre size mate I ai t$SOO.-foi
Liverpool to New-Aurk. 0 and 20. An Aexpeiieuca sm '
i U keon a stohed- o oi'siph No berth secured until paid fo.
I ..:- PMNW-yQ IC. '- FM LIVERPOfiL. .
SSaturday ......Ju 0, l5 WedaneAsday. ...July 14, 1MSi
SatwrBay.. .....Jai,-24,-18a. WAedalay.....July28 aI
Satrday ........Aug. 7, 1452 Wednesday. ...Aug. L, 1855
'- Batm .......Ai4. 21 18S2 Wednesay., .Aug. 25,1851
* Saturdaye..,... Sept. 4,1852 Wednesday.-.. Sept 8, 18521
.Saturda.i..... hept.18,1852 -Wednesday..-..Sept.22, 1851
Sgturdy........ y Opt. 2, 62 Wednesday..... Oct 6,, 1852
.- Sat_ O...;.... 16, t85* Wednesdav.. .Oct. 20, 185,
3turday-........Oct. 30, 18 Wednesday.... Nov. 3, 1L0
'Baturay..... ,Nbv.l, 1852 Wedhesday..... Nov. 17, 1852
, Satrjv........ Nov.27, 18a2 Wednesday...... Dec., 185I
SBatiatday-vv Dec. 11, 182 Wednasday Dec.'15 1852j
Saturday ........ Dec 25, 1852 Wednesday..Dec. 29, 180
Forfreiphtor pmaee appI to '
I, I ; .EDW'D K..] OLEN7 CONo.6Wa6W3al-.,N. Y.
BROWN, SHIPLEY, & CO., Liverpool, i
. E.0. ROBERTS &tCO.,No 13 King's Ams ;Yard,
! ; .. JOHN MUNROE'& CO N. Rue Notre Dame dea
Visatoires, Paris, or GEO. H. DRAPEI, Hlavre.
: 2 Uhe owner of them ships will not be accountable for gold.
.lvyer biDion specie, jewelry, precious stones or metals, uo-
"lx.. is ol-lJadig are isiined therefore, and the value them ,
,f therein expreved.

0 .LPI~lA So CO. bloAd MllBh teio newu

OF. tA %1AM CQapt. Robert Lelft
TyO FoGl RIow0 JA DL0 CijA W i
.ITY 6F MACbA.-.... tUrday, Sept. 4.
.fIoX OF 0.4AOM W0W,..,4, R ...... Surda oA L
.ITY ? F X H ;, Aug. 11
CITY OF GLASGOW" ..........Wednesday, Sept. I
%GIT OF MANCHESER. ..s. .Wednb Wy, 23
ig.T OF SSGOW-.--.......... WedneWay, 27,
rt1kbonifterStatersona......90 Saloonafter Stater'an....0ffiaM'
-- nidship 66 "" idship 1 6-
f. rd 61-te -forw d -. M
. 1, JD-C1JASB IASENQ21l&9. -
iAfmited niuAber of third-lass passenger wWll beo w
;-i Piladelphiai and Liverpool, and found In provlalona.
rwm Phila4elphia...... $20 1 From Liverpool... .6 guineac
:'liFright on.zine goodB.6Q0, per tn, and moae goods, adiA
Mre,&o., will be taken subject to agreement. :
la. ift S. By the lste alterations in the dealing of theI moateam--
i.N and the facilities for quick traveling by railroad and
te maners in.Ei.bpe, to wbom time Is an object wa
vTit Great Brtan, Ireland, .and the principal eotlnaental
ITA l10wind tfhem-abdit tia folldry to o before ref
iraing ; and be U ack In the United States, i 4 0 days from
tttrting. Rate. ofat pl "age out and home-After aloot
Sbert.a, 0; midship, $140 ; forward, $120; third slam, Vo
i" dei~erenoed d urgeou *ll IIeISrnlo e ehlp
F.or fre" ht or aa9Ige a tode
S IC KOSON, ,TH. deS co iaandyerpooL..

L' f N. FOWLER, M. D., will
e a her reidence NoD
233 East broadna_., frcm .91A ,MW. t.1 P. M .
oraCURE', s.U ORANGE,' KW-4ERftSEy.-Vw.
tors to this "i.itutiopk thk e Morris ando-Essex Railroad,
at the foot of C6urtlim q at 8 and i l0jA ..;M and 4 and
6 P. M '. -_
SReturnin, leave Watr-Crpe,'tftion at i .nd 84 A. M., and
North Orange at lj ad..uth. Orage at, and6. P. M
-Dri,,QUIM BY continues. to receive patients at this
establishmentt. 'A few Bosrder o an beiacotmmodated.\ Mc
187 EastBroad.way. ew-york-__, .. .... .

::: : "'- M eubiraL
B E .IN TIME.- .
JL Who know what a day may bring forth '
....... Woe and ruin may now be before uo, ".
,,. Thougt around pre Auasleic and mtnith,. ,
And no ~loud un-the ~,by -endmeg 0'er-at.'
Dr. C. W. ROBAC:K-'the Pibpht 'arid.Amtrilger ofSwe.
den, desire to imprss 'it upon -the public aind1 thit-his pre-
dictiors are not barren and fruitless Ho point butthe day
and the hbdur when raisfortunes tbreated'-6i. uinveis the
hildIe..ii d ngerAbs of the future, but at the sa-roeti-n- ho eac-t ia
how these oraboitubes a' dangera ma3 beo etckedoor mit-
igated Ha ii.ifrmtion in relation .to the oat ia a valuable
as hat wlicJh1, events to come. There-o are hun-
dreda of person s aej ig .thnaismoment from fraud a*d rob-
bery, wbora inform aion ,jn regard to the' perpetrators doeq
not warrant thenm, i-making a direct barge. AlLsuch indi-
vioualnzay receive from Dr. ROBACK such intelligence as
will enable them to, ,trace.athei: losses to the tr, e source and
recover the sam*. Ir every c ntiigency of lif has advice
derived from sources ipaccessible to. ordipary mortals, will
be fcurd invaluable, Hel gives audience to, applicants for
truthful krowltdge, at hip residence, No. 6 White-at., New-
York, at all ho.u.. A I

-F b- Dr. A. D. OLMSTEAD, an Electropathist, No 506
sroadway, by his now mode of medical treatment, is daily
bunrine successfully Palhy, Rheumatism3 Scrofula, Bionohicia,
Incipient Lung Diseaes, Neivoua affections ofthe Head,
Stomach, Liver, &c, Deafness, Weak Eya.s. Blindness. Dys-
pepsia,,etter, with'a"l grades of Eruptive Disaeases, Ulcers,
ad.Sotresaof Long Standing, and Cancers. by corra et conat-
tuti on, and local treatment Hours for consultation and
treatment rmi 9 A. M. to 9 P. M. '" My daughter has been
so deaf for five years that we feared she would lose her
voice. Dr. Williar a, in two weeks, restored her perfectly
to my great satisfactior- and utter astonishment." Mar-
garet Blaimpey, No. 12" Clinton-st. Dr. Williama cured me
of a Scrofuoitic and Rheumatic affection ef the knee joint,
which disabled mbe from walking for a long 'while, in three
visits, and that, o no, after three of the bet physicians had
tried in vain to help me."
C. B. S,'OCK.WELL; No. 247 Broadway.

effbctually cured by HUNTER'S DYSENTERA
CURDIAL, wa.nanted without opium or any kind of drugs
-eight years in use and not one failure. The most respeota
ble preferences given in Philadelphia, where it is exterisivell
uned. Hii ly .agreeable to the taste. For children and
persons of-adelicate stomach it is much recommended by the
E. R. EVANS. Wholesale Agent, No. 9 Sputh Sd-st,
Philadelphia, Just received and for sale by 0. H. lCIMG
,Dulogist, corner Broadway and JohL-alt., New-York, and
y BSg ,ELL & Co, No 118J Grand-st.. Williamaburgh.
Agentte wanted in every section of the Union.
ented with exclusive Royal priviieg, as a remedy of
miraculous efficacy, as such acknowledged by the general di.
reaction for studies of the Islands of Cuba and Porto Rico
approved by the mobt eminent faoultiesa of France, Italy, and
the Royal Protector of the public instruction, is the quickest
and most powerful remedy for any kind of rheumatism,
bead-ache and tic-doloroux as inveterate as it ever may be;
for sre throat scalds, side ache, gout, glandules, paralyls,
contusions anMd bruises, muscular contractions, nervousness,
flatulency,. sciatica, etalgia, scalds, hermorrhoids, tumors,
tooth-ache, stifhess in the joints, parenychia, sore eyes, he-
patical diseases, obstructions of the spleen, spasms, dyspep-
sia cardialgy, palpitation of the heart, hysterics, giddiness of
the bead, wounds and sores ofall kinds. Sold at wholesale
and retail at the principal ddp6t in New-York,'at the dru&
store of Messrs A. B. & D. Sands, No. I0( Fulton, corner o
'-William .t.. oeld also by druggists generally.

DfR. JAMES R. CHILTON, the cele-
j Crated Coiemist and Physician, bas, since February,
1,50, euperintended directly the manufacture of that valua-
ble pre paation khown as DR..TO'WN3BND'S SAASAtA-
: "\ : : T O T H E P U BL IC "
The public are hereby notified char the reparation exten-
rsvef koOwn.-'as DR. TOWNSENBD'8 COMPOUIJ1D EX-
TRACT OF SALSA PAR1LLA is now manufactoted under
my directlonr~aid suporvcsaoii, from the oririral recipe ob-
taoned from Dr S. P. Townsend ; and I certify that it is coin-
-p6sod elfiegredients PUKE bY VEGETASLE, and WITH-
OUT MERCURY and. also, ti-at the ingredients arejudi-
"6fously complouided' so a, to'oh ain from tlem their greatest
medical effect. JAMES Ri CHItTON, M. D., Chemist
SARSAPARILLA has a reputation among all civil-zod na-
tions as the huat prepararion for RENOVATING AND PU-
RIFYING, TtE BL0O 0 which 'Science has ever offered to
-man. In this resides its PECULIAR EXCELLENCE, and to

.thisis due its WORLD WIDE RENOWN, : *' .
It contains all the vegetable principles which experience
5haq piryvd Udforl in CGL ].ARIN" the SYSTEM from' DIS'-
EPASE, extracted and combined with the hibheat seill which
i the refineirents of modern Chemistry enable us to employ.
VbWhatever may be said by mortified, competitors or asplenetia
p hyacians, the fiat that clis medtihe inEVERYl WIEIEa
SUSE D. and that its se creates an incpased demand, shows
S-rnoClubively that it possesesse medicinal merits of the first
I G--These distressing symptoms may be entirely removed
more effctually than any other medicine For all Females
Sin the ciititcal periodar f their lives this preparation is in-
valuable and should be kept in every family. When a
woman finds.her strength waning, and begins to complain of
debiaty, this SARSAPARILLA wil give her IMMEDIATE
RELIEF. To such its value'is above ALL PRICE. Ask any
one who has made a fair trial ot it, or try it yourself, and be
To avoid IMPOSITION, it wili be necessary to see that DR.
SIGNATURE of Dr. S. P. TOWNSEND is on the outside
wiapper of each bottle Sold by the principal Druggists
throubhont the citi and country.
PROPRIETOR'S OFFICE. No. 82 Nasaau-st., New-YorLk
And for sale in Brooklyn at the Fact-ry, corner Front and
Washington-sts., and by Mrsa HAYES, No. 175 Fulton-st.
HOUGHTON'S PEPSIN, the true Distidve Fluidor
Gastric Juicea prepared from Rennet, or the Wtomach of the
Of, after directions from Baron Liehig, the great Physiolog-
ical Chemist, by J. S. HOUGtTIO)N, M. D. Philadelpaa,
Pa. This is a Great Natural Remedy for Indiagetion and
Dy spepsiacuring after Nature's ownmethod, by Nature's own
agent. the GastrioJuice. Pepsin is the chief elemiant or great
Digesting Plinciple of the G(astric Juice-the Solvent of the
Food, the purifying, preserving Mnd stimulating agent of the
stomach and intestines. It is extracted from the diges.tve
stomach of the ox, thus forming an artificial Digestive Fluid
precisely like the natural -astric juice, in its chemical
powers, and furnishing a complete and perfect substitute
forit. By the aid of this preparation, the pains and evils of
indigestion end dyspepsia are removed, just ad they would
be by a healthy stomach. It is doing wonders for dvspepl
tics, curing cases of Debility, Emaciation, Nervous Decline,
ar d Dyspeptic Consumption, supposed to be on the verge of
she grave. The scientific evidence upon which it is based
is in the highest degree curious and remarkable. Whole
sale and retail Agents, J. BALL& CO., No. 100
RESTORER is not a hair dye, and contains no dole-
terious ingredient. Ic never fails to restore the hair, howev-
er gray, to its original color, anmd at the same time to strength-
en and restore the sight, however weak, if applied according
to directions. The hair will retain its original color during
life. By invigorating the skin, muscles, nerves, blood vessels
and roots of the hair, prevents the hair from falliog, cures
baldness removes and prevents dizziness, headache, perspi-
ration of the head, dandruff, scald head, or any eruptions of
the head. See New- YFork Chronicle for old and large adver-
tisement. Price $1 50 per bottle. For sale at the principal
ddp6t, No. 355 Broome-st., corner of Elizabeth; No. 180 and
127 Btwery; No. 192 Broadway; No. 279 Waehington-st
No. 247 Fulton-st., Brooklyn.

--.7fl .ioa T' . .. a .. .. ... . .
"."&ML, OiAd eLASOW.-The gowa .dNow- Dork Ste, IY DSEASES of the KIDNEYS, and all diseases arising
""600t pr'thipc'mp We ewte from a D1SORDRBED LIVER or SPOMACi. sach as
"r ", twaaand 400 horse. power, Robert 0rag, -Co dmander, wiZo' INWA D PIL .S, FuLLNESS of BLOOD to the HEAO,
Z. fo' 6WiOd4 arailon 11500SAY, 29WINWARD PILES FULLNESS of BL'Dt heFE'
tween Sao" 'hi] from New-York fors WE .AY t ACIDITY of the STOMACH, NAUSEA HEARTBURN
formerpoct Sept.. and on SATURDAY, 20sh Nov., .at..6alock, noon. DISGUST, ef POOD, FULLNPSS orV WEIGHT in the
a, andi r F- it Cabin, SalionSta oo)ms-.........a'' i STOMACHB SOUR ERUCTATIONS, 8INKING or
gers for ths First Cabin, (Midship Stat Itooms)-............ FLUTTERING at the PIT of the STOMACH, SVWIM-
n2 througN jeond Cabin.------ --" .....- .- .I..... ING of the HEAD' H'URRIED aroi' DFFICLTT1
ew- vt ,'. fee included. nBREATHING. FLTTTTEBR'%'G at- the HEART-GHOK-
Lwfl5f! P, J. fM0Yb!pN, No-.33 Broadwa.,^f ^ FC^~i^

ew-Vorfe ^ TI^G HEART- CHO
aW eM 1 '- pplytoI -G. MY N ra orSUFFOC-ATINGS ENSATITONS whentnaLt-IG
L- 3 ALIFAX^STX Flf, oo H ftre the 161?, FEVER and D'ILL P41lNinthe HEAD,
x the tra- nplP SJ RJOYJ0N'HARVEY MAItLuT exArelsl'fora tIe Biters are ino the aSIDE, Cf inCHEST
we af i and furnishfd in elegant style for a ho ommoatide Lr pPna,_t virueR-Sth 'r o f -hea s othf --S
aecommodatiand IMBS, hc.,S&UDDEN ~U'E fHA;BIN~
th r MA f) if) fiogers,- will leave! th. endof e W tia rf, Bst. in the FLESH, conrand t e a rntoiWGININGS ofs sea ang d

fo I every SATURDAY, at 5 ock eat DEPRESSION f SPe I RIto, can bdte ontcto ally cured
ctu aer a -: ',. l a ltS o v D a th rsafes, tera anydy apsPR.HOOFLANDt S

",1800tun, ... pne O SAL T o a.MAI ..,S........... ie. -. ..
.c P. M ,. a Cal bt.n biclit sln ..eiahl wealr rCELEBRATED ERMANVITTEa.S,
i de t a ,d A.. v tla man la.e oar.-o om pa aT. a Fea r theD rostC JACKSONo B
00mt |, :KJrOa 5k(n Wotsel tonae; B Tihe Gresertan Medicine Store m No. 12 .rch-st Philad.
f 1 .1r1t r ou oen ha D -Bowon,-July, Thei r power over the abov e d sea is not excelled, if
-tEY o equaled, by aC otherpl preptJ ratie sin- theoUnited States, a

cogth. o ..... -t ous Debttt, in manyeved on of the motlfl phyopulscanmedhad

er. Th .... r .Be. rs cesof the day. orT y the attenrs aove een o usf a b Peou-
SA a~PETAEL, 800tune, W. Sapso Commander, will mss~ing grfeat virtues in .the, rectification of diseases of the
ftQ1SjMUD an. 8.'THOM AS on the ftb S+j. liver and lesser glands exercsali' g Iho moat searching Po wers

oaons."r t ber . .. in weakndess afrind affetion. of ethe digestivase organs theyavre
ape.-ThPY on$0 f - l onytoB-vrm.---..-----"--- wit al sfectuarnte"maneat.We o ,v opln ..

P ', -I ITUiES oRm ENSEN, ,iobpenhagen, a e fe .e _
cAloc k a P e.- n teifei- o' a e .. Every bu i t be,,, ente di= th .rt h of h,-ma,., ,,,, an c ..
Td~~jr 's~s~ff '15 ^ -ote&floe
nekPM q th f -t.e Itelh ole blt xprsny.a tr*c l alJ ^ READ ANDf B4pre CONVI.NCED.
iel N o zdt -and well ventilated and la ae t t-roos,-withpl.n. .FruiO the Boston Bee.
l re ~ and i~weibathe. -Will take e arlojts h dtrsi~c3

Route, ha CUNA - .. .., .n .. E ..
6into is no I Ici a'lflN olggen. rIofad' eortdGr an B roittrs or thNer.
of Li-ver Complaint,'-Jaundice,- Dyrpenea hrncorNr
ng "b o. Debility, is de.;,evediy one of the most Popular medi-

ter. T b'haebe enrbyt. | h-s "
odanna elp n. 'HE S Sesof lbsday. There Bittershave b yI
apply on P sands, and a friend at our el1bewv says he han himself received
AppLV ENy, onpe ag n tIfectual and-4)e-.'manon-t 5iiof Liver Complaint from
RALIA ~~kem this method of warning the Pub1ic a jt inst -of;tvik -0get~,lerto srcgt
tlnnu ofhis -~Watches, -etngii'ed ygor0 a kfat?t worthy FrsooadrtimTearapleanant
Will ha counterfel ad name. Every genuine Watph of his inasu__ 'l d ctlsd a ei~db a irona w thhematcl
maners fatite a~ae~apnle bh a certifIcatel-s ad y hm Lnd 1 Q ~ with safetyi- udder any'cruna~lt
as. and ex 9)-,- m. axpoitf0,II and51 to the afflicted we
and x cent~int~h nuber an4dodsciption, nf~the o oWg
venael. -' apse90Vg adNCni 15,1852
4 al-. a#i _jjji) ~NLgNaor o t te !City of Dnian, ~

dneyd ~ I~i ~HEW'S QsTMEaW 1 I on
euns boha r.and mymt n
flt.V ? IW ESTAR'SJMZ~adr, A t~
4iffiba& A" 61, *1 lot Ur

UPREME COURT.-John N. Elliott againeb
Theodore A. James.-Summonb for money demanded on. zo-
trae.L-(Com. not ser.)--ToTHEODORE A. JAMES: Youarehberf-
b) summoned and required to answer tbe complaintin this aReilt.
which is filed in the office of the Clerk o f the City.antf Colart.-
o' New-York, at the City Hall, in said City, and to Serve _i.
cops ofyour answer to the daia complaints on the subscribers, at-ll.c-
office, No. 62 John St., in' thei City of New-York, within twent
days after the serviCe ofthis summons On you, exclusive of the a'
of such service; and ifyou fai to 'answer the said complaint wilhX
the time. aforesaid, the plaintiff in this action will take iudgment
against you forrthe sum of seven hundred dollars, with interest lffor.
the 3d day of August, 1852, besides the costs of this action.-Date&d
August3, 1852. . ... WALLA& BRADSHA. ,
0au4 law6wW . W iB.qras
-UPREME COUR..-In the matter oftbhea .
plicration ofthe Mayor, Aldermen and Commonialt of thN6 m- .
of Neo York. reitive to the- OPENING and LAYING-OUl,'00t .
PUBLIC SQUARE, kihjcs n as BLOOMINOD &t-Esq- RR,1nBh.
XlXth Ward of said- ciTy.-The Uonmiiionner of'Estimate asodAs-
sesminent in th above entitle.Inatter. lheiepy ive notice, tha ttWhe
will meet at the office of JOHN A. WEKq. Esq.. No 58 Wa.UW-s,
in the City of New-York, on the 14th day of September, 1852-. S
o'clock in the afternoon. for the p.rpole of hearing, iu oppreitio ye
the Estimate and no the said Cs6min!iorersaanri*
son or persons who may consider themselves kaggrievedI thsr,&by.-.-'.
Dated, New-York,SeptemberL. 1852. i
JOHN A. WEEKS, Commissioners.
HNzxm E. DAVIEB, Attorney.: ; sj.t1,
ALEXANDER S. HAMILTON, defendants.-dmmonos--F Re-
ief.-To the Defendants abire named: You are hereby summrime
aud required to answer the complaint in this action, which was filin-.
the office of the Clerk of the City and County of New-Yoekd
at the City Hal in the City of New-York, an the lth day,,o'
July, A. D., 1856, and to serve a copy of your.anqwer to ee a
complaint on the subscriber, at his office, No. 7 Nassau-st, i, iha
said City of New .York, within twenty days ,after the service, of this
summons on you, exclusive of the day of such ser(ice: cindifyde fail'
to answer the said complaint within the time aforesaid, ithevdaistifF
in this action will apply to the Court for the relief demnidaded inhui
complaint.-Dated, July 13,1862. .. .
jyl4 lawSwWed GEO. TRELAND.Jr., Plaintiff's Attorny
UPREME COURT.-tn .the matter. of the
application ofthe Mayor, Aldermen and Commonalty ofthe .t#
ofNew York, relative to the OPENING el ONE HUNDRED' A1 -
T t ENTY.FOURTH-ST., from tie Old Chbrcb Road to the 6th-aow.
nue. in the City ot' New-York. Notice is herevy gven that tb'eoseia
chbares, expenses and disbursementa, incurred by reason of tle pe-
ceedings in the above entitled matter, will be taxed ly' the Ohborabl.
BeoryP. Edwards, one of the J aefices of this Court,.atthe Supreoa-
Court Chambers, (or in case of his abeenes, by the Clerk ofi' .6
Court, at his office.) in the City Hall of the Oity of' New York,
Monday, the 13th day of September. 1852, at 9 o'clock inthe fo-
noon.-Dated New-eork. Aug. 20 1852. :
HENRY BERTHOLF, Commizss'eole.
G 90. L. OSBORNE, .
HBNay E. Davxs, Attorney ao23,tSii

UPRE-ME COTIRT.-In the matter .of. the a
plication of the Mayor, Aldermein aud Commoni0sy oft f. et
of New-York relative to the OPENING and .L&YING OTUT of a
the Nineteenth Ward of said city.-The undersigsneiad, C6mias ionaoi
of Estimate and Assessment in the above entitled matter, herebp
give notice, pursuant to the requirements of an Act .of the- Ieiela.
ture of the people of the Stati of New-York, adtitled An. Act to
amend an Act entitled an Act to reduce several laws rlahtinkias-
ticularly to the City of New-York, ito one 'Act," passed April
1839; and also the Actentitled ",An Act to amend an Ac *'.Uti=
a. i Act in relation to the collection of Assesments and i Taxes, M
City and County of NewloAt, and foir .other purisesel pasi
14, 1840," passed May 7,1841i to th owner or o[3tners, ocupat ow
occupants of all houses, aid Improved or unimproved landsaffiectod
..thereby, that they kave completed teir estimate aknd iiaessiient in
the above entitled matter ; and that all perenons whose, inte p lut.
affected thereby, and who may be opposed t the a -e., ar-e. sq o-
t, present their objections 'in writing, MUS.SE' MAYIOBA`l6)i,
'EXs., the Chairomin' fthe said CommossioneY, 'at th. .l.-ief6 ai
A. Weeks, No. 68 Wall-st, in the'City of New-TorkT,'withiinfrtW y
days from the date'of this notice And that thlrimit W moibbrabl
the said estimate and assessment-, ar aas follows; thdt is anto .AAR
the lots, pieces or. parcelsof land,! situate, lyins and& baiq 'iqik
- Nineteenth Ward of the City of New-York, and- bounded, dete
and containing as follows, thbqt ia to say : On tbenoglti by, the rlt
*'rly lineorsideof Sixty seventh-at.L'(7th-8t.)on' te asont, bythe
Snortherly line oi aide of Forty-third at. (43d-st.). op t. eapt by.the
westerly lipe or side of Sixth-av. (6th-av.) on the uwst, b:teeaast-
erly hne or side of Eleventh-a. (ll1th-av.) as laiddown 6a-t& e mag
used by the Commiessioners of Estimate and A.sssment in..the
above entitled matter, on file as aforesaid in the Street0ornmisqion.-
or's office, and which said map ie entitled,." Map of property red
quired for and benefited by the. pe in and aying qut.ofa Pubis
Sqiare, knowns ab' Biosunidale dSuae, in tle Nih intfWiard of
the City of New-York,"' And te said Coommissionepifu rha-v.
notice, that their report in the abooe entitled matte, wil 0. 0ade
and presented to the Supreme Court of the State f Ne-or0 tt
Special Term of the said Couri, to I held-at the -it, Ja'the
City of'New-Yoirk, on Saturday the 4d dy of Ot(bhri1'6 't .he
opening of the Court on that day j and1 thatthbdre od theLm oaB
soon thereafter as counsel can be heard a mfoion wil nl ,
said reoportbe confirmed.-Dated aew-Yo7k, July 1. i .I'M..s
.MOSES YNR s4Dli-',A jcra.1
JOHN A. WEEKS, -Ca i a
JOSEPH S. yO .'-,_ _
11snra E9.DAb, ius; Att~rnriY:,"'.. .. ., n Oct$

5 UPREME COURT.-In the inmatter of the ak
plication of the Mayor, Aldermen an T d- o.icmh1.Wtq .
City of New-York, relative to the OPENING, bo'O1 HUNib1 "
AND TWENTY-FO URTH-ST.,- .from the -OdCh'delk Roidd-uthe,
6th av., in the City of New-YNork- .The UnldersignedCeibibi.ionr'
Sof Estimate and Asaesament in the abv.e 3entaie t latg.7 eb;.
ive notice, pursuant to the requirements o6f an. Actof e Ib -
ture of the people of the State of New York, entitled S A, Act to,.
amend an Act entiled' an Act -4atuee ev ral-laie'lanprtic-
vlarly to the'City of New-York, into o. e Actf"'las !d, .4 5,
and also the Act entitled ,' An Act.'o gamnd a, .# L- de LIZ.c
in relation tothe collection ofAssesmentn nd. .Tes i t itp.
and County af New-York, and forother pIt aes,'I t ea M 4 q
1840,' eased'May 7, 1841, to the owner or ow.0 e (-f oe-
cpnts of all houses ; anjf improved. or unimproved *Mn- Iaaetm.
thereby, that they have eohnpletad tihei estimate and asseasment ih,
the above entitled matter; and that aU peraoi whbdeidteftrl ars aft'
fected thereby, and who may be opposed to the same, are requests .
to present their objections nl.witil) t0 T ]H BE .
the Chairman of the aaij.Commisnioeners, at aM : office 1 r.s
Osborne, Ifo. 147 1M'lirrr'o."U" fhe- .teth...
thirty days from the dato ofthi; notice Ad iAhatnd hi .dse-
hraced bythe said estitmis ad kfassemehnb e afoww:--AUihj the
lots, pieces orpareels bf land, situalteand b hinitha T.weUflh .ar4i
of the City New-Yok, andM included ishilw'fAiQ _Wl*w ( so
wit: On the east-by the westerly lue orjlAos. .t-at.o th
west,kby tmeeanterb f ine or side jo ,.* aljr*bylipthe
lne of theceitrent ofilor t beld nt"n' --:T d
on themsouth, bythelineof the centro. ofth*l blthmkhbekW*maa *i-s
mnd123d-St.V.-as the mamm.- ik.aaid oat ou thoin d 9 me1A i ;.Akd9s

hald at the Csr oalle01line Cityef N"layor 2kda
manIre used bha aid :oTs ioU, blon, W o _

W nm LDarns. .tbACwnmLm

. |

,. . ,

nervous protratien*iWMak. 0l '% calla and strengtho-
gteiIka state of repose I, o
cnmtIA,-J- v 1. 'j? -" I
fiedho ji ca o

an, ya in e e generally.., ,. Thi-ex-
tra ordt-y medicine we woud adise-our-es-who e.

r .e...oie ht, da .-fr : h edW' .y t ,

ork, the 1st day of September 2. .

_ ,.l:;1^6.wW :,, 7.: :" ,T ,. ^,if..^ d ,^^ r"
No 120S-'A"" W`#ML

e2 la aW rmW rT6M'eM CA 'TLD 'blau fas

FIENLDPSUl,- .. t e: 6- Sb i ofe iBhesfo~rariat

or, eeeaee, tto prhbieste8nt wthe 'tate vduclh vouchersterof'to tl rff
suocnoer, atthOMA offtie"f.CLEfdN at .NO. P R Ee.Jls qm;., Noh't. 9
mB~r s-s ,ia. o he' or N.t e rYork, .on or 3 f aeit.-Date J
ay ork eme, nx.- u, ~wYr the.ot daynof fapteesb '.aisos
a. O.' KOA .- .-
je3hi7.W A 4 S.TM 8RA8E.r

EI-N PURSUAeNCE,.'ey anofrddrdofn Wh.arat v

eLfthe. County. of New-Yorki, notice is herebygi~v'n t aaa.aS
having claim, against M BRUS, J atth itofe
York, deceased, io preseent ,them sae wit r vouchers theroflto th
subscriber, at HO soes idnce,/go. of 5 P E8 &o dnre in B t ahobe. i y
hork, on ers before the iet -f a. ofD Drk, ec marber-Daoact-- a

ayoDeebrnxatdNew York, the twentyyseeond daa ofoe 85. f .f'
je.- 3 lawtmW. T.OMAS JAMS ALITrON. J aCo.
IN PURSUANCEf an order of theuirraeate

of the Cont f ,f New-York, nostce is hereby k.ive-o. all pdrso&*
having claims against J.OBNREADIW S, late of th ie City of eW.
ork, deceased, io present t me a with vouchers thareofto thos
sehecriber, athis residence, (nf.5 toJ t. 46 d.aoe re in H arlemh n t ,
Chmy r onssew-iore theiy "fenryf ayb Dcemb-foretra owzf.yF0et
ned w .atY.kee.e aex-k the t cnd edayof 16. .a r .. ...

Jaune aw1mW8 .... WITAM RADQ Edecutr.
a. 0

'N PURSUANCE o.of an order of JESkxro..i -
oofthe Coun:t of NewYk, te a erteby eto ffr a

having claims auaiet MOATI BRE NS o the yofBlyn. d f'e Yr deUeaied to e ieet the same with ther hereohr toere ao tha

subscriber, at his residence, No O1 d Bosetred-, R ad thea trlem f1,i
YorkCity o f rboeroIke on w re t hbifeb tayfer3s'-fdayn oef rDna
next-Dad neYork the 1wtthyo ee day oI BeepT 1 Ome r 12-

jet0 law6iW '. ..... 'I...A ..E. -AEmnit er
IN PURSUANCE -of an Orderof. JESE;.ie K2
ofSMITH, ..sq., Sfurrogatew of the County'oeb d toti p.iroose

heregiven, aording to law, teUa. erosnos hain lavila'ims asains.fc"
avi ltr. D mO1.eKdIS late of the Citaeof Broosl ya,, f t
dre re ,qured to exhibit the same with the vo- uherse thereoffstso
esubscri ber, at His reNidenR o N aOU Nol, neffardca,,
Bthe City of New-Yorkr, o or before thie ystir day of N Debern

next-Date d, new- or,1 52. A "LR 'DO' E.. .....
j .. F NEWM. Wi T,. -

jeI3aw6mWeI N. .- O M, .R E ,. Adziotiratm
N PURSUANCE of1 an orderof JESuco.-t
oSMITH, Eq., Surrogate 2 of the County of eotiae is heres

haven aclinso deg to law, to alT, persons haovi slaim fS d* o/steia
T1UN 0. TOMPK1NS, la e ofik e City of Bronklyn d eoo ea5Ieid^
tho required to es eniir t e sae, with thae- shp r vouchers ere of. t'i
theubscriber, atute YORGE,.at his rdfOldce.e.d Rimdolr a /..he
lhbe Cioty of oewoirkt, on p lor before Ide rsat dao r Dof, the bou
Jue, 16.-at' dirn i0n M..e p 1J Dt. 0 oe

IellawlpWed* "ENR GON IenlS
[ N PURSUANCEp-iof an -order' of-dEhSSCaa
SMIth, Eaq Sorr6f tew -efntiCenity-,Lap. notnand Us- o

ofvee ewarrrrd ..a to awS A. Clyeiee haera Guari~m o aindc ne
Tavind 0 obetG.T ist atke. on lh s CByRU S, ---te mofds (6Vored, t

ToTOan Cnovn froE, his Deedet.prant: t-oU t re hprov bio ohm-t
therd ar e drequirdr s eit ih.enits ih the mpilatr heii is a iheeon, jwdp

Soythe heriewit sluerve GEORG yo,, adA Ysferve. mrap, o emn
s rier huronhe, Eatmh Y o O i nce., at is officeW4 idn 4i6ev
aoe o oreif, ofn tewhe ntyr oar rer 1ay the aricet a of', .
N Dted Aprkilt .-2at 1 .ed ne yo June1, 1 a2.2 .

frFRT NC EGP PIK Poai. s A1y fo. 1 elael- >
ToITHOMawrS We* NTHYOU D an Si-Yoti arec hereby
N OPlCSoappiR fatinfOrdter daceof a o

The sm ondsqred and wet complaint in tisa onWeren uythe r sion, atthe
trda r-tileyoishefrew th serveuol the ands chpervef-ta aeopyi'of y ou fi
of ficen tty. N r Nr W -the Cipotyiad. Coinstyo apewa hYorekeaMes
are vi Tc aim n said hth i e nt e day o Ju ate tri h8eofc, o

e da vse e ou, c
afreai, heplit tffwil ppyfor th e or yfor the reyief demandem

inae coEmiat Dd, Ne w-York, Jut,4Septhmb er, 1 A2. ott 0!' o
TelO lawmmwed* WL LIAM LA ia o e dulyvisl c t o-
N T Su cP.o 'an r' ,oaioea*

SMIce UPR ., SuerEogate City a -n County of d o oa
hqrbygienaccodig t lwV;allpe snsherGuriA4 anad eb
ToN THORMA SClate, tha e'Ctbf ndaol So-Tn Ore bek y sham-
ai4so"edquiredquexiired theo answer 'the thomplaint in thisadoefwt9
subcpyib erewit his ereride acer yeaOldsBdfordve -a cp- fyoc

wte Cityoa B a, sa m y e. N Won' a the Ct t y of N' em62.
jrer2ladw thw enty d aer eo8-2 encluareeZ of
Nh o foc r-ie;adi e PU S A f ail tOrder'er JESSE -,paie.-e.
albresa7dEstheplairti wllaptly isthe Courty- forngnthg elief aeroode
givn, acordpiing.-Dtoela DNU ersTort, having1, iin gi ns. R -
R.S0 OBERT 0.laoofite, PlinsiI's. roy o lOdetasledt.
theysomresrequand omplalat nthe ae iscth te vwere dly iedin IPt
o ofc Ne w-YoCl rk o nttorCiybedforeunfrt dy of Ne Tortvo Naits
theCiyHlinadcity;prl9'p 92-R NCthe at dy.ofJuly, 1555. -
jssawew~ed HNR -ON,- X




S,- Lin Mao-sdHner h eou

:- *' waxvn sornmss *

-BEpoweme.; Pine- md Nasa'Itsr--te siytle; for the 0n-
Keema adbhe frt troadned on. WuDsvgsDA'., Sia*t 1.
l~b l.. io aupenor fabrfsfn th Hate now ofred
( ton ~will be e#'tV to the aloae obmervar
!. :* ... Blr. edmsr.'le end NmaW&*'h- ;
S *' ~~-PEMBER :ATY-LEAr &-ART lead-
re' eb+iPntm~diucr pfl.'fdit for GIe l i n'Hatb, NoN
,, 4 ead 6 Astor Huifs e C na $j&&f roe for Sep-
itmber fnow-rusq4 ; divested' of co's~aigqratfan, aud
enonfilrbfe:CeB liteB t"' art, aefd is the
CO 10t' (St hs ABe.ev ng the eoite-
ect for niftioitlps to h .hia~eda the atentnoa of o.r
letitdeiimWIme. is soliit ', the .quiet ad danbbtraeive
,et, .SrSeptember, no* k for thefr aqdeption and ap-
jiro ft .... .. . *" '. : .? ;+ '.'>* "'i *

Pall. "s.. les of- r G entle m en' ee JU itN EY 'S .JAG U ER EOT Y P ES.-- iJL e atlrg-
wa t GEr' Fst en-stylest of Gentlemen'S. ent and best colles ionofdeogu.-reotypes ever exhibited may
Hats wOA IfaedoA NSit )a the .dq inL he se-c at GURdNEY'Swy Ga-leries, Noa;189Broadway,. and
*'j uNi o' 214 roadway,, opposite St. PBT.t 349 Bicadway, corner of Leonard at. Isa the. production of

K4j1S'0M0UINTAtN Bn'rnAVt -Ths fate of botha'p('sldsifl
n -as dligS Mb the do ds%.s i g Wt'id.6W.eo the
gait Hns. I ZatIt Ho.' 127ESo4- .ad-e ,ule it Price
VV sadaes
RaseS.-We send oqr ,nest ,gWular Erxpres., by U. 0. Mail
s&amier Ontoon swMbd a, Se t. P 14 charge of
Ma r .IJOs J:.. Kx.oL Should be Seto'ien6ord f as. ar-pso(, order, before the
6? Lofrt. ,- oli package should measure, more than 4
caublo fee .OWfigh .more. than 'I_ punds.. Small parcels
.rede~vedmtiIe o'elok the .d. ;% the atuamer sails
, ...... .+Wi ,A & 0,o, No. 16 Wall-st.
ars, MeSdsulsW Exchange,, No, 2, corner of Wal; and Wil-
lsw-a.. Marinasand nlltndjbusrance. .
' .. .. TRXJ8TBBS: ;, > "' : "' '
W 16L AspnwalII, .. s MoseB.,rn ,..
A Fnes Brow. J h W oP,
Il~bort L. LT.1Aor a'pfoi
5 o5iia o ,'.S ure Thimas -P. Stsntoa ,
.e ahcopa,, a EUa Hicks.
:o :., ,.. af& .- ..
.. n Jemia-4 Wi .ur,
.-Ba.n' J.I.aa. ea Soutcter,
MotUner Ltvungston, -Chas H. ReseeD,
Swm.. S.Wetanore, H. Marshall,
Wiiam P. FurniI, ,. D. Hurlbat,
N. G-Rutets, Ramsay Crook,
J bse n WitlliapB. Bo3P..,
J j linat4a 'mlth, G. Mele,''
Wiilitek B. Macy; 0". H.Eodpy -'
.. F. DaWson. "' .".V. V. Kings[tn&
. HEslrvgo.U44)(i;6JPe0Qke n. '
U.C.'M',a...h,",Se'rran. s r Ho -b' Vo-P -et

.D^vazWBR.-AV-nrMr SiAES; 1852;i- PovuLnK Goons,
yeOi'StG-&"rrin, as'o POuuAR PaRICES.
'We &t : pared' u greet buyers ot Dry Goods, !fankee
qkint, Cf taa. Ojlbis with 'a ilt uew.' ildcom-
Itqu'etei ; Qcyo pa^peisaf, liv0iig evsi', temn.; Ok SYSTEM la givig universal
stlufscttti-to those who have tested it. -
-JusI-" l oon Daeav Aasv ilk. w
not ofings a very supedrnr display of taple ill&ad
-Dt 5Mt }oods, comprin i.PoeltliALpaca_, Merble
_iotbh, entirely new anod ohoee olor-. Also Ashes of
Roses" shdewof plain -Moasli. De Laines ;' Perstian Cloth,
ietsbdhauacf, deogns ; French Merinosand De Laines;
*(.f.J 'i .f Wooe11n, Silk and Merinoi Shwls, hlngai"I
Fr"ieinch'ane Domestic 'W6 fnvite, artieuIr ated.
lion i ourt ds"ay of the variousgrades of tong and iquar
I.i"wk maattacured in -this i;ounry .
10 IiWm; devoted to these Goods, and wieifh aisid thIs
Safsifa DAvIe ,P.ToJM .a as-p.. rcmhaser and manager,
hiemrthiyuofs,.visit ofhepecrion. Th, array of White Linens,
zCainbrtcs, JaceiOets, Lawtns, Laces, Linen Cambnric Randker-
4liefs, Edgings. Fnridges, Amficil PMiwera, t&o. i& aomp ete
ind almost uunny.led. 4so,rToweMt. NAi.ns, "TblCe lotsh,
b9. of all qoain s--bn aost paiticularly wolid 'wey his
behalf Invi' te attention t" the line .of i broideries-havin
Jbd. a lie's time experience solely ip- the goods pertsaini
,'q this ddppsnent, the advantages he offers to cless buyer,
waust he exaint.nd r tested to be. appreciated.
, eisPbrdna.ers and Managers of the B'osteI v, CAPesT
.MaTMENrTS, invite the s16sest mutiny, and Inspeetion of
:*eirugoods and prices. '
t0mprlTe p i ry'description of DbhumLtiu Cotton Sods, in-
nludiigtla Ibka t-le. o9f Brown and Bleached Sheetigs andm
Slhi #+--....... . p m
One.of ,the moasteosive'asv: rtarmenits of these Goods of-
feed to Retailers ti, this country. We only asah an Inspee-
lion of etylesand pnces "
Orm-prices areu ndeviating an,.gnform--NZTT CAS0M pay-
'able itten days., v ; ,'..-. . .
.. We are prepared o grant stort-acomnaedatlon of time, by
a.fting interest an$-Caking'p aphr, p7ble aV Bank. '
?"'We siab- exhibit, bv ,he "aid oPftravellers, through the
' ntnri''a" ,l-iarlq of .8pp.s;bfour 1Goads. Orders aset
39:te b6faw i I he OidWi10 prbmpt1." neos .4 lespaticb s or
.desa, the d hme_ m or ..of &x .rese
,,.ia a .to. the se.e N.torth, Sour 7 '&jior
.Wet... TWsnDvhOOt.TOe 6f PLIMePTOS,
... . 'lporters ,and Jobbe,
'. ' '', .. '* ', So... .. o:, 47 Broadway.
ITiuS& 'Cbo's-The reputatiun acquired by rhis firm for man-
.f.cturing Clothing Ior general sail', equal -to that m aie to, has given. them the command of, an.,immenrei
io!'e trade. Their stleukof- elegttn reaay-miad. Ciot.-h e all .is now vead&, andrthey invite to it the espe- -
-1atltendun of cotrty merchants at present in town. tn
th& pri.sipal cities- aod touis, of the East_ and West-in
NKew-OrleaSavaSnift',-Cfsnrleston, as well as all the'inta-
,' fltows dfimponanrce in 'ie' Sbuth, the beau r'yand finish,
'l ie andymaedinatdf.l df tfir .re'dy-'ade Dress Coats, Sue-
'toii.tu, S fl, 'Overc'at. Vests; Pantstooui;, &e have been ap-
priaciated atd admxittAd for rhc'twenty-five years.. The
assortment for the &llotf 't52 i biuelievdd to surposs that of
an.,former ,.ear; and ,to be altogether, unprecedented in
New-York Mexfhsotfirom-the cohtnrywno desire to give
tese'and character to their fasl-srochk,'nd to secure a ret,-
tstnon fr keeping a class'of garnrens unequaled in the trade,
,are ,isvifted to: exams.e- thegreast va~ety, otf styles in the
jwholwnaletdepartment of., ,W, WT, z.EsGsw & Co.
'. .. o'2 No.33 BBroadway, Amercan lntel.

,-,'^ HENRY L[. FQST.R_ iS on hand with
oniel o the beat assortments ready' inadq. nothing .nd. .Fg.
,ishing Goods ever product d. i this market. Calland.see
,i.seauLtiful styles of .fall arid winter closing, -and you can-
-'sot-sfa td purchase, as he offers at such extremely low-prices
'-.bsi .dfall competition. 5'No. 2.Co-rttaadt-st' -
SoCt-.CHEAP, preparatory to thetcommen"ementof.the Fall
Tid --.U''tHCocK & LEDBEATER, No.. 3 47 Broadway,
Corner Leonard-st. are th, last-.end of their
sbOck of Sume r .Gbddk 'at ' 'eY 'sacrtfi'cw and offer the
Ladies some bargains in De Laines, Barare de Latines, tBa-
T ges-w Frekbh Mu*liAs,.'&wr, &61. which wilt fnichly repay
tWm. for the troaslVoef looking; as, for instance, a fue all-
lool' De oaibe fot2/ a yadl; ai* elegant Barage De Laina
00for1'g-d fho obitrough the whole tiatalegue. -
'..RAiNtfr 'i'Cd.. No. l"4 Bow&y, invite'atteution to tuaeir
"eebratid Silk Undeagarnriihk fot 'La-fies .Geutlemen- and
idiieu. They are eeligitfqllj'i otku'delastic, ad at the
.saoie thee durable 'arid 'iiheipj" ,Xe F~lieptri~cat' lofliaoce of
theme garmeats5 spoken .bf, h Dr. E.ram .is 'Wils.n, in his
!lnrea tcne.'.Skdia is not, the leastaluabe of thaoir many
good qualities, and accountts for.ithe' benefit so many sailer-
filk vtt Rheuuatiesui have derived! from weaiag tnem.-
FlatterilBg 'testhm nlaTIs oftheir vainmsbave been received
f 'tomIDA"Valentine littbaud uib i dtstihsguihedphysicians
Dr. Mott, in,' aistieter aysa i -' They.-are.. from my own ob-
e rttto'an i very good.ejiLat o60 maiiLtn- many easer of waa-
S;'detet l u.i6ib t&& .f.t&etio." -A. .A'iNI.s '& Co.,
H' floseriarnd ludadtrmdnts, to.' t104B wery.-
:- A' +A ,agaciOU.cbi0m dunity'pannot be
Brjd",by Wfalsd.-represenrtations -for ay lengt'h-of time. .If
e 5hbhrto. made' by GRaEE, qd:1 Astor. 'House; were not
'beautitt.l bhyoT d sl --''if his' .punctality' ,were not pro.
"vkbiidl- 6d c6.d out csmqirand 'the paitonadge ad cohfi-
a"pe ,'er tli fd.plupa 'le'Wold'::."' .,
r sAli'd-No.' '"East Broadway: -The undersigned
lisrbri .vdd fir .'hi1 '1-fdiffil i'i0bror"arii takrdi a Iarge and:ca-
pa4 k'ou&ioe, i~pti~bg b4 t tPivisiibnip pad Eaat Br0ad-
4y /i woid' enablii'htin4,,kpep coleptibtly" ton hlde 4 ry
YI:,;Wiy ++ bim. goet" Y+.,on +,d'pp, a Ydr
,vaenety ofiOak, and Hmnlock4tai Sole. LgAiaher, French. and
Amedein ,-alf Skins. -. -Alsap,. Patent. Leather,. Back. and
l Ooleved'Meroccoi Eoameled Leather;'Kipg Grain and--Wax
4 'Uptphlra her',d"'Also, every' article ins -tine, which he
at 'wii 'a tolksle or retail, at the lowest :arket'.proee.
M on,' ., --- .. Jo.i it. .E ,k
r..F. bw a,, lBs & WELL&, PPaehoip0 Qg1
ead Pubfishetsa, Olton Hall, No. ISl Naau-st., New-York,
Iad Nd" -145 Wesh.antoni-c." BRotop .-. .. '
", Th.. eh great Egftsh anid. American
Vr"elD6t ab-i rdlg6ulator of tride prices, StIRAM ANDe.'
a.' Wo.99 BowerV.: Pfircbas"rt should bear in mind the.
wroiider ~lr li6r.ia mn tohibredhction in the.pices -
x Pad.oe"0, dqc iOQ ,oi',,q Engliast Exhibitun Tappatries,
Brussels' Ip.eria Th.e.Ply, igrain., and,Stair fls rpet ;
Floor, fOil Glots one to-eigh yards-wide, RussiaDruggets,
Window' bhh'ee, &&.. Whey are'offered at 25. por centi les
than at any other establishment i" thiis country.
Broadway, corner of White-st., are receiving daily from
lurope andthe.. auction J&oins, an onushally large aad,ele-
pnIstocfqkC'arpetiugs,. suerpssputin in. brilliancy of colors,
nreli uimidesiga- and mish, anything ever Offered .inthis
iaret0 B Ms. y patterns exclusively our 'own and not to be
hfond eldewterwe. Also the rendwned.,Woid's' Fair Carpetd.
in ons entietsfsce'-to which we call public attention.
"e*eilrmonthly meeti$ of tie Franklin. B4Uding Assecia-.
eisa *1 heohld at as~nitnjon' Rai, corner ofB5 wery
; '': ,Tets Ev ErxNINO:' Mo er k 3 can pay their.
0% the, nee b office, No. 15
-.'.' -. M SO i aoe teLitedent.
I." P. Mooytir iePeiet
GrB;-Poes,,,Secretary.. ..... : -... .
sufacv"' 1 celebratedd In all W arts 'of
Vw *wfrld.; es.op.wui n g -'uht.relegant and drae IsWt
t .eoToupe am surielpMef ited .. Hair Dye is ,.applied.
..(a suit garain..), 5S1as wholesale and.t retail, at No04
CWael., Copy the fd -beware ofiml'ations.
,:L "',EI4 ; ,&-Q%.C S :ETXCELSI--
' edseaexrBMa& BYE, to celoathebaalr 0n whiskera the mon-
'ne.... i'plied. without injur to the hair or skin. It
'an be .. aet i.tmedlately .wihont' diturbing the color,
gW'D s#W IHb rl:povug. the tenre. end conferrin

t5 Wta ( l 'dn-, 119,^..l^^ Bw jlS i

public an respectfully invited to examine the prize ricturea
exhibited at the World' Fair.' together vith a larre collerc
tion ofthe, portraits of mo.t of the distinguishedd mm ofo.
country, at BRADY's Gallery, N o.2n0 Broadway.
'hkHkUMATisM ...CiUBED.-Thousands of
cases have been cuied during the past year, eompfidng every
form of tbts painful and hitherto insurable'disease, from the
recent Inflammatory, (acute) attended with, selling and
enlargement of the joints, to old Chronic cases of tO to 40
ears stdihg ncripples for years. These have been cured
by tbat oel ebrated remedy, Mortimore's, Rheumatic Com-
pound ard Blqod Purifier, which is a vegetable spirit, an in-
ternai remedy, put forth fobr this one disease alone Gall and
examiDe testifone flomr physicians, ministers, mercetats
and citizens of high standing throughout the United Staes.
.... W. V. ALEXANDEO & Co., Central Office,;"
No. I Bazolay-st.', Astor House.' -
-w LYON'S Kachairon, the most de-
-Ughtful toilet article and effective remedy for Bddnes,
Gray ,Hair, &c, in the world. Sold by all ruggists in large
bottles for 25 cents. Principal Wholesale Agency o. N161
.Broadway, New-York. E. THOMAS LVON.
wi GcUaAUaOD'S Liquid Hair Dye is,
wlthout exception or reservation, the very best 'v6r In-
rented. Equally celebrated is GOURaUuD'd"Medicateid
Soap for _urmg pimples freckles, salt rheum, 'flesh worms,
sfter, sallowness, tan, roughness. &a' 'Pidri% Subtile up-
roots hair rom any part of the body. Liquid ouje Lily
White and Hair'Glo.. at 67 Walker.-t, ne& Brodway.
Lyoe asks no situation ..e
From the next administration,
But if bugs or fleas should venture
Into thle White House to enter,
Ortherats and mice, vile traitors,
Eat toe Pi evident's potatoes.
L'Oe, without fee, will kill them.
Should he Powoerthemand pill them,
lease tsd vile and vermin sneaking ,
Would notlive thathonsea week it.
Ddp6t for the sale of LYON'S Magnetic Powder and Pills,
No. 424 Broadway. 25 cents per flask or box.'



For Prident,
WINFIELD SCOTT, of New-Jersey.
Fwor Vice-Presidet,
WILLIAM A. GRALHAXM, of North-Carolina.

' The Tribune Is served In his City, Brooklyn, Wit.
tlamsbOurgh and Jersey City for 121 cents per week, payable
to the earrierm. Names sent through the Post.Office or Peamy
?ost will be promptly placed on the Carie'r book.

Cause-by HENRY C. CAREY," is the title of the
leading essay in The Plow, the Loom and the
Anvil' for Sept. which we issue this morning as a
Campaign Tract, (16 large pages,) and earnestly
commend to the perusal of the friends of Scott
and Graham, and (if they value it as we do) the
widest possible diffusiohr. Though written with
no reference to such service, we believe no, docu-
ment" more pertinent and convincing, has be'n. i.
sued during the present canvass. It isa lucid
and harrowing picture of the miseries brought
upon the- People of Ireland by the overthrow of
the Protection formerly accorded by Irish Parlia-
ments to their own Manufacturing Industry and
the subsequent subordination of their Tra~e and
Manufactures lo tfise of England by British
legislation and British Free Trade. The conclu-
sions thus reached are not original with. Mr. Ca-1
rey, but are based on and fortified' by extracts
.from the writin~of .O'ONNELL, MEAGHER. and
other eminent Irish Patribtt. It does seem to usl
impossible-that Irishmen ctn-lead this record-'
much of it resting on facts to which they can
bear personal testimony -and not insist on the
Protection of Home industry. it must produce
a powerfull effect wherever it shall be dissem-

inated. .
SFriends send in your orders promptly, ori pro-
"cure a copy and print for yourselves. We will1
'send. a copy to every post-p'id application in.
closing a postage stamp. Price' $10 per thou-
sabd, $1 25 per hundred, 2 cents singly.

irWe ask theiriends of SCOTT and
iRAAAM to cad at our- offl*ce ad examine
,hel, following Gampaign pablicaiong. -.--
Friends of the Cause i cal.and see6 if you
d6n Wt want to suppy, every house in your
Vpvufy, Townor Ward with .:
4.CDOTT, with-26 dilustrations ofthe most event-
S'(ul scenes of his'ilustriorus career, including the!
.Battles of Chippewa, Lundy.'s Lane,. CerroGordo,
Contrerams, Chapuitepec, -,&c., with his protection
-:of the Irish, prisoners in Canada, &c. &c.-a large,
'handsome pamphlet of thirtv-two pages, on fine
,paper-is. ready at The Tribune office tjs morn-
'P, Price $2 per1hiindred,30 cents per'dozeni, 3
;aen..ts single.. '._ ." . ....
S.When ordered to be sent by .Mail Scens for
Sander -500,miles. and 4 cents or 'over 500 miles
must be added, as the Post -Office Department re-
ase to send without prepayment of postage.
A lso,. .. .
SCOTT-a broad sheet to be hung up in dwdll-
-ings -and public places-with'-..eighteen' spirited
'.iufsttiOihs-will also be ready, a-d will be'affqtd-
ed -for $10 per thousand, '$l per hundred, or'
., eents singly, Terms, Cash inflexibly.
If t.o be sent :by MaiIl cent (or 500 miles and
wander an 25.cents for'oyber 500-milta must be added
to prepay postage." . .
*' . '. :.'Also,; . .
SCOTT in German-the same size, i l4str'tions
and price as the English Edition,. .Al8o,
in. French ; the same style, price, &c., as the
foregoing. .

"New-Hampshire 'Democracy and Catholic Eman-
cipation-16 pages. Price $10 per thousand, "i1 25
per htindred, 2 cents singly.

r War i AM A fl1e-A Let-
W to an fnquiring Friend-By HORACE GREE-
AEY-being a calm and lucid statement of the
grounds of radical 'difference between the two
great parties which divide the American People
Mdl the author's readA 'fo.,preferring and sup-
porting the Whig part; : A large and fair
pamphlet of 16 pages:., Prie $10 per thousand,
bi1 per hundred, 20 centi. er, dozen, 2 sents
mu Y .. .-. .- ,. ,
M ordered to be sent by MA Inti gauk for 5M0
mfles and under uad 2 seals br overMoo OM mut
be added to prepay postage. ,

CONGRESS.-In Senate, report" from the
vaous ..Cbmmittees of.ConferenceuPii the non-
concurred amendments to the appropnatfon bills,
were made and cocurred in, and thebi passed.
Mr. Jameassregblution": for the appointmet of a
select committee to sit during the recess andcex-
aerine witgeuesd:n o.t', ip relation tq alqegel
' frandetupon the'Cn itoa ou es.gave^^ rise/tosome.i
- keklPC ^pdwaeoppcBeq4ey Mtiss. Hale. Jamin

C Q 'DAIL, ,- -.M -- -R

probably no native son of Vermont now
living who has not at least :the rudiments
ef learning;, her government has ever'
been frugal, simple and -repubiitban ;-anit
the Pharisaic assumptions of. Sham De-.
mocracy can never dupe intelligent and
candid minds while the truth stands broadly
out that VERMONT defies its sorceries and.
spurns its hires. Let the shallow and
time-serving credit, if they can, the cal-
umny that pronounces the Whig party
aristocratic and hostile to Freedom; it
cannot deceive the generous and- discern-
ing while VERMONT SO brands it with her
indignant reprobation..
you devolves the opening of the Fall Cam-
paign of 1852! Our adversaries exult
over the prospect of an easy victory-not,
indeed, on the soil consecrated by the
bones of Ethan Allen, but on the great bat-
tle-field of the Union. q hey bluster, and,
brag, and offer illegal bets, as if'thie6 contest
wele already decided, and they were just
entering -upon the division of the spoils.
We say, as Paul Jones did in his memora-
ble conflict, when asked if he had surren-
dered,-'-.We -have not yet begun to fight.'
Our people have not chosen to weir them-
selves out by premature excitement and
exertion-they have waited to finish their
summer's work, to read, compare and re-
flect-and are only now preparing in
earnest for the Presidential strife. True
men of Vermont! you are to fire the-sig-
Dal gun that calls our hosts to arms and
the conflict-let it ring clear -and shrill
from the-pines the chap-
pel al of the Nueces !-let the Whigs o0
doubtful Iowa and Wisconsin hear it and
be thrilled with enthusiasm and confi-
dence let it roll across the Rocky Mount-
ains: and tell our gallant brethren in far
California that the Whigs of, the Atlantic
slope,,are. united, impatient for the conflict
and confident of victory!

A Delegate meeting of Iriends of Total
Abstinence from all that can Intoxicate will
be held to-morrow evening, at the office of
the City. Alliance, 461 Broadway, 'to,. con-
sider and decide upon measures'calculated
to secure the predominance of Temperance
in our State and City, instead of. the Rum
rule which swayed our last Legislatur& and
'has long been omnipotent ir our Municipal
affairs. Every organized body' of Total
Abstinence men in our City has been re-
,quested to send a delegate to this meeting.
' ;., We rejoice that this movement is made,
though we are not sanguine as to its im-.
mediate good results. The children of

this world are wiser than the children of
light',' The Rumsellers of our City have
thei f organization, their meetings, their
organs, 'their funds, their candidates-the
latter 'perfectly well known to themselves,
but not proclaimed in the hearing of their*
adversaries. They Will have many dollarir
-tQ; for. they 'in heIir'"
' pocket s by thdtrafic whichasreaddwrdch-

Were a orSatlQviewl wind,: ;
How lonely i would be; .
..- Without a form, with*ata shades .
;." i Thab oorotateye muir t Bee, ; ', -..
To rove the earth unseen, unknown, ,."
To die and be forget- '
S To live bat n the world oftholugh, .
It'were a we'ry lot. .. .
But tanks to Nature, thanks t9 Art,
I '. I uhal not passwawy- '.
: Pll get a Crayon Portrait done '
S' At ROOT'ov salooDn to-day, '
And th'us I'11 live before your eyed forever and fb"aye:''
ThV MrO.gilficent Cravon. Daguerreotype, made-onur at
RbO OVs Gallery, No. 363 Broadway, is still the delight and
admiiatlor, of al true lovers of art. Examine itf and you
will have one, at least.

.. .We are opposed to all schemes of send-
in g, our party to the Legisrature or to Tam-:
itny Hall for the means of, purifying our
'Primary Elections. All that is needed is
'uin earnest resolution among ourselves, and
especially in our General Comimittee to
give every Whig voter afair chance in our
Primary Elections and shut out all. other's ,
When so much is secured, .all beyond will
be easy enough. [Ed.

Gold by the Tun.
So regular and frequent are the arrivals
from California, with large amounts of gold,, that
'the delay of a single day beyond their allotted
time causes anxiety and inquiry.
It was reported in this City, by telegraph, on
Saturday morning, 28th, that the Falcon bad ar-
dived at New-Orleans with two weeks' later ac;
counts from, Californaia, and- that upward of Two
Millions of gold were ern route for New-York,"'
which gave new life to many who were waiting
obr the mails of the first of August. But, inconse-
quence of the storm, or other cause, the Ohio is a
day or 'two behind her time, and the question is
eagerly asked, "Anything from the' Ohio ?" This
ehows the importance of California, as well as
the necessity fora regular communication, upoi
which we can safely rely without fearing the ac-
cidents incident to a navigation of five tho.usan4
miles. 1 mean a Railroad. '
By the arrival of the Prometheus,. yesterday,
we learned that the shipment'of'gold tfrom.Sah
Frahcigcp on the 3ist ofJuly,by the Oregon, was
$2,275,899.. Add -to this the amount in the hands
of pastenge'rs (about300) a thousand dollars each,
Which is.1 'about the average,. '$300,000, and the
same average for the-200 passengers by the Inde-
pendence $..200,000, and we get the extraordinary
hmountof $;2,775,899 of gold dust leaving that
port for the. AtlantiqO States, for the last fifteen
days of J'uly. beyond the calculations
uf the most sanguine; yet it will be exceeded by
by succeedingshipments, for the "reason that thJ
inost important "dry diggings," and the' rich
river ad "'side "''diggings, had not. been broug it
into use ehrly. enough td ad4dtheir rich stress to
those.. which"-had furnished the enornidm 'shipL-
ania t- of th ,. t.-
ents "of te 'last' eight, : months,' W "these
Ssteamers. 10fV ; buit when the next,- shipiehits ar-
rive WIe' shall begin to see and fel, 61.not bnl their
influence, but, also the -chefering influence of tie
numerous'and improved Quartz mills now in suc-
cessful operation; as well as pf the- laboi of tlte
forty thousand emigrants of this -,ear, which wil1
probably-.j.swell the amount to .very nearly, or
quite three millions, in addition to the large
amounts which are invested in canals- in the gold
region, whichh pay from three to ten per cent a
monthly ; .and in new brick and fire-prsof buildings
in the cities, :which pay nearly -as well. "
At 2, the tn-as. 'they sellcoal in this
City-there were over six tuns of gold dust tn
board thetwo steamers which left San Francisco
on the 31sa'of July;-and we may look for sevdn
Iuns by those of the 15th inst., and an equt
amount on the 1st aMd 15th of each nionth unUi
1st of January next or the enormous amount bt
seventy tuns of gold for thefive, months from 1st
August to 1st JanUary. !
A correspondent ofthe' Nat.onal Intelligences,
under date: of 12th August, says that 'the amount
of gold received 'at Melbourne and Geelong, from
the Australian mines, was, for the six months end-
ing 31st March list, 5 tuns, 2 cwt. 26 lS. and'3
ounces." This, however, does not include all tdie

mines in that important and rapidly impreng
country; yet, with all its inducements to emigri-
tion, very few Americans will go 'there, 'at least
from Cafternia, whena the very stringent laws in
relation to thfie 'if..Wi there are understood.
Should the buppl bd geld continue at this rate
for-A fwcr-8RSbwyf dl 3M pijb~.fitelige~it
praeticl men, who bo o ut4 ft- fesourcw eofl


the rates ol postage in the United Stawo,.and for other parposee,"
pysned March 3d, 18bl.
B it enacted by the Senate and Souse of Representatives
of Mhe Untite Sates of'Anieria in Congress asseUnbhed,
hiit from iand after the thirtieth -day of Sepiemoer,
eighteen huzidted an4. fifty-two, the postage upodnall
pointed matter paying through the mail of the Uanited
atae, Instea ouf the rates now. charged, shall bae,-to.
luws, to witf: 'Echl newspaper, periodical, unseated
circular, or other .article of, printed matter, not exceed
ing three ounces in; :weight, shall be sent to-any part of
tht; United States for one cent; and for every addidonki
ounce, or -fraction of an ounce, o6 -cent additional
shall be charged; and when the pistage uoon any
Newspaper or periodical is paid yearly or quarterly
in advance at the office where the same is "mailie,
and'evidence of- such payment is furnished to the
offiep of delivery In iuch manner as the Post-Office De-
partmnent shall by general regulation presciiqie, one-
half Of said rate only shill be charged. .Newspapers
aad periodicals not weighing dver one ounce and a half,
when circdulatedini the State where published, shall ie"
,charged one-halfof the rates:before mentioned: Pro
vidtd, That small newspapers and periodicals, published.
monthly or oftener, end pamph't6' ndt containing more
than sixteen octavo': page each,whei. sent in single
packages, wejghlh.g at least eight ounces, to one address,
and prepaid by affixing postage stamps thereto, shall be
charged only ha4 of. a cent for each ounce, or fraction;
of an ounce, notwithstanding the: postage calculated on
Each separate: article of such package would exceed that
amount. The postage on all -.transient matter shall ne
prepaid by stamps or otherwise, or shall be Charged
double the rates first abovr mentioned. ..
SEc; 2. And be it- fueder enacted, That books,' bound
or unbound, not weighing over four pounds, shall be
deemed mailable matter, and shall be chargeable' with
postage at one cent an ouse for all distances under
three thousand miles, and two cenis an ounce tor all
distances thousand' miles, to which fifty.per
cent. shall be added 'in all cases where the same may be
sent without being prepaid, and, all printed matter
chargeable by weight shall be weighed when dry. Toe
publishers of newspapers and periodicals. may lend to
eack other from. their, respective offices of publication,
free of postage, one copy of each publication ; and may
also send to eaeh actual subscriber, enclosed in-their,
publications, bills and receipts for the.same free of pos.
tage; The publishers of weekly, newspapers may send
to each actual subscriber within the county. where their
papers are pintxd and' published, one copytthereof free
o f p o s t a ge 4 . .h .. f
SC 3."4,d,'he it. further enacted,' That no news-
paper, peiiodiCal, magazine or ether printed pa-
per or matter, shall be entitled to be sent. at the rates
of postage in -this act specified, unless the following
conditions be observed: Firt. It shall be sentwithout
any cover or wrapper; or in a cover or wrapper open
at the' ead'or sides, So that the chartcterof thd matter
'b'ltp.'.d thereini'may be determined 'wlthouttiemov-
ing such wrsapper. ,4',conid, There shall be no wora or
communication printed.on the same, after its ptiublica-
tion, or upon the cover or wrapper thereof, except the
name and address of t.a person to whom it Is to be
sent Third.' There shall tbe no -paper or other thing
ihcls'sedin or!with such' printed paper, and if' these
conditions are not complied within, such' prihfid riatter
shall be subject tolvtter postage and all masr sent by
mail from one part-of the United Sta(Ts to tlo ei'"he
pb9tsgebf'whicb'rs not' fixedby th -provisfoi4 'of this
act, shall, 'uiles'the sinme be entitled' to be: iehi' freeof
postgjbe q'.charged. with le, tt.r postage .e f
SXc. 4.. And be.irfursher. enacted, That ,fthe publisher
o01 any plriodial, alter being three monthsprevlously
notified that his publication is not taken out of the office
to which it is sent: -or' delivery; continue to -forward
such publication in the' mail, the postmasterto whose
officesuc l. publication is sent may dispose of the same
for the postsge, unlesa'the publisher shall pay it; and
whenever any printed matter of any description, re-
ceived during one quartet of 'the' fiscal year, shall have
remained in the ffiice Without being called for during
Sthe whole of any succeeding quarter, the poitmestdr at
such office shall sell the same,-and credit the pribceed;
of such sale hi his quarterly 'accounts, 'under such regu-
latl. 'and after such notice as the -Pont-Office Depart-
mnet b all prescribe. '
Sic. 5. And be itfurther enacted, That 'so. much of the
.second',seLtionn of the act entitled An act to modify
and reduce the rates of postage in tbe.UnlteddSta7.esi
and for other purposes," approved. March third,
eighteen hundred and fifty-one, as relates to the postage
or lree circulation or transmission of newspapers,
periodicals, and other printed matter, and all'ether
provisions of law inconsistent with the provisions of
this act, are hereby repealed.
SEC. 6. And be itfurtlke eraeaed, That when a lIst of
uncslled-lor letters shall be published in any newspaper
printed in any foreign language, said list shall be pub-
lished in such newspaper having the largest circulation
within the range of delivery of said office.
AApproved August'30,'1852.
Hon. SAMUEL D. HUBBARD of Middletown, Conn.,
succeeds Hon. Nathan K. Hall at the head of the
General Post'-Office, and is i capital seteciion.

He was a member of the XXIXth and XXXth
Cdngresses, and very generally regarded as,.oneL
.of' the mbst clear-headed, energetic bipsiness men,
lathe House. -He did not waste an hour of the
'four Sessions i- t..l1, l4V. hit 'indisitry was a
proverb, and his judgmet was implicitly relied
on. Mr. Hubbarid's appontmen-is' mdst d"tis-
factory to the 0ln .'4ta Sc"tt ..d ai.a.':and
wil prove s9tp-11o

.VI. TuosA R.oiaNsoN. Thoe. J. D. Fuller.
aV` 6'
't fi%.^Gen.' ffdmaskidhie is the Op-
p9sition candidate for Congrdss in ,the Perry DietritaL
'I ti"XXirt Di'tifict, Wilson Maddox., of lIarr pi a
Coluity, has: been nominated as the Whig candidate:tor
SCongress. -
wN' We find the following in.. The Sa-
vancnuh Republican of the 28th: .
Hon. A. H. Stephens will address the people of Tall.
*ferro Counaty to-day on the subject of the Presideny.
H6 will support tae Independert twke.

S" The 'Feeling of thek Peple. "
Extract from a Private LecLer:. : .
NEw-BRuNSWICK, N. -J., Monday, Aug. 30,185.:
Thus much on business. iA' word on
politics.- A close scrutiny of our State, and soae
examination' of Pennsylvania, (in, Northampebw
County,) induces. me to believe that there will be
manifested a greater disregard of' party lines by
our Democratic brethren than there was even. ia
'48.' Much of it-originates in the, same cause; a
that which, in defiance of party drill: an& ptrty
fuglemen, nominated Scott iii opposition to Fill-
more and Webster. THEi PEOPLE-the' 'great
mass-the popular heart-know Scot;. and beat
for him,, and trample'down the concerted opposi-
. tion to. him; and that electric sympathy iff not
, confined, 'cannot be confined, to any moiety of tha
People. It is: a leaven that works upon Democra-
tic as well as "Whig natures. Moreover, the.,im-
politic ebuse of Gen., Scott' tends to verify the
old apothegm, Curses, like chickens, cqnme.home
0io roost."' I can : niw, in my own circ le, cont
some ten men, inveterate Democarts, who will
vote for Scott. One of them came to me it this
wise; he is a mechanic, intelligent, and has had
a fair common-school grounding. He had been
listening to, the miserable trash vomited before a
select audience by'the notorious Charles J.- d
. ; . '. ay n
a Gen..Dilaye of your city. Says my Democra-
StiT fiien'd,"under strorig excitement, D-,,yoa eind
- went to school together when we were boys.
We. read Hale's history of the United States to-
aether,. and I remember how our blood used'to
grow warm over. its details of'tie revolutionary
struggle, and how. we: '4'Al p;piud over hed sue-
cess of Scott and Perry, during the War of '14.
We.' then ktiew,, Scott to, be *a. hero,--so oaur
old schoolmasters taught us, and so our fathers
tavvhtvus;-and rnoved'b.y this teaching, wde.'hAve
-o'tfirushed Ut.2og .thrtat.we mriight bavege ss-
in. glimpse of- the man who beat the bravest ofthe
BiTish. And now, if any foreigner-r-Englishman,
Iuishmani, or Frenchman-wouod .malign wilfully
Scott as 1 heard Ameicani do last nigut. I 'would
lick.them or they should lick me. I shall vote for
Scott if we bo'h live." In our vicinity-we are
wide awake, and shall remain so .' Yours, ._.

Whig Nomination In Maine.
CerselMpoudence ofThe N. Y. Tribune.
,RoccLAV.p, Friday, Aug. 27,1I852.
The Whigs of the Third Congressional
District met in Convention at this place, this
day . ..... .. -
RALPH JOHNSONT, of Belfast, was chosen Pres*
ident of the Convention, and after the Cons-
'mittee on Credentials had reported, the balloting
?"for a candidate took place, which resulted in the
selection- of E. W. FARLEY, of Newcastle. The
whole proceedings of the Convention were harme-
nious, presenting a strong contrast'to the Loce-
Foco'Coavention, held at this place, on Tuesday,
Wednesday, and Thursday 6f'this 'week. The
vote for a candidate was nearly unanimous,
Farley having all the votes, with one exception.
that one being for Isaac Reed-the present-Re-

presentative in Congress, from the.. Comet Dis-
trict. Mr. Reed declined being a candidate again,
although no man would have polled' a lartger'rote
ithian he in the District. Mr. Reed is iaafdilly at
work, in. Congress, with his Waig colleaguese
whie the Loco members from this State are a
bo1Q.e, elecftonrering'. 'Beautiful indeed in such
IDemocrapy. The Whig fires are beginning to
Sbun. in the P-in Tree Statee and, he A i&*iUw V '
good account of herself this fall. -s

lin, Mason, and- Hunter. The resolutionwas,how-
ever,adopted by a vote of 26 toM 1. The Yeas aag
Nays rii'be found in the proper place. The
committee consists of Messrs., James, ShieldW,
Bright, Dawson and Bell.' M4. lIrlanrd made an
ineffectual attempt to have the bill granting l&nd.
to Arkansas and Missouri for Railroads taken upa'I
and those States must therefore wait for a time
orido as New-York and Massachusetts have had
do-build'them for themselves. The remainder 'f.
the' proceedings were very dull' and union te restiogi
Just on 'the point of twelve.Mr. Mangum 'offered 6
reEolution complimentary to. the acting Vice- Prest
ident, which was unanimously adopted. Mr. Kink
returned thanks, and declared the Senate adjourn.
ed, aine die. :. -. '
In the House also reports were made from tlt,,
Committees of Confeece, which were accepted
and the several Appropriation bills passed. Th'
last hour of the se8on seems to. have been, ai
usual, a time of great confusion ; blt good nature
ruled, and none of those proceedings, which s "
often have disgraced the Hall of Representative4
and the country, on thie like occasions, found place!''
This adds' to 'the satisfaction with which we ren.
cord-a satisfaction which our -readers all must
share-that'at the appointed moment the Speaker';.
rose in his place and announced the adjournment
of the House sine die. '

BY TELEGRAPH.,-From" Missouri we0
have an account of difficulties in 'theO0rganization
of the two Houses of the, Legislature; also some
further news from Santa 'F6'; fromWi Worcester,
Mass., we learn that the nomination of Mr. Clif-
ford, by the Whig State Convention,"as Governor,
is probable, and that the Convention will indorse,
emphatically, the National nominations.; from
Baltimore, that the recent storm was severely felt-
in Virginia, and much damage was done by the
flood. -
SA dispatch from Pertlan! announces the arrival
of the America at Halifax, but the storm, which
was still raging at the. East, prevented the news
from being transmitted over the wires.
SA notice of a Democratic Mass Meeting, at
which Gen. Cass spoke and eulogized Gen. Scott
as a gallant soldier, also reached us from Balti-.:
The damages by the storm at Mobile are now
estimated at not more than $500,000.. -

Election for Congress and State Officers, Tuesday, Sept. 6.
There is one State in the Union which
even the ravenous array now snuffing'6 the
spoils"' of the Federal Government, and
hoping to secure them by electing F. Pierce'
to the Presidency, have not the- assurance
to' claim as likely to support their candidate
or in any manner contribute to their tai-
That State is VERMONT, the Switzer-
land of America, whose sons never cowered
at the frown of a despot-whose pUre
breezes never fanned the cheek of a slave.
On her rugged yet bounteous soil,.the
vices" which Wealth and Commerce en-
gender have never found a foeting; there
Popular Education Ihas long been admirable
and. all but universal, a. that there is

edness, disease, 'quarreling and murder,
through the community, while nobody
makes money by Temperance, and near,-
ly all who work for it must do so at their
own loss. The newspaper that denounces
the Traffic must not hope to "be' displayed
in bar-rooms or-patronized by distillers arid
brewers ;. the lawyer or doctor that speaks
forTemperance will have few 'dealers in
Alcoholic beverages among his custiomers-
and so with others. The benefits of Teom-
perance effort are- realized by the whole
community, but he who makes that effort
must expect to encounter hatred, enmity
and pecuniary loss. '
If the friends of Temperance will but be
wise-if they will present candidates- only
where the hostility of those nominated by
both the great parties compels them to do
so-if they will refiain entirely from nom-
inating for offices which have nothing to
do- with Temperance Legislation or the en-
,forcement of Temperance laws-if they
will endeavor to procure from both parties
I indiscriminately the nominationn of Assem-
blymen who will enact and Assistant Al-
dermen who will sternly enforce the
'Maine Law--we believe they'may secure
| important triumphs. If any such'folly as
I'.the nominating a full, separate ticket is
.".committed, it will simply throw awvay a
few thousand votes, and render the tri-
fiUmph of the Liquor interest complete and
-i decisive. That is the simple- fact.

-Primary Elections.
NEw-YORx, Monday, Aug30, l85S '
-0 elyfo,30,, 8
P 1 the Editor of The N.Y. Tribune:
I,.; 1 propose the following method for the
ti(election of Nominating Conventions by the two great
"p olltical parties. Let the Whig and Democratic Ward
|,Commlttees prepare a box marked i Primary' for each
[.EIection District, in which the Inspectors of Election
A-.hall deposit all tickets. Indorsed Primary." Let it be
understoodod that the tickets shall be headed inside
I4Whfg' or Democrat'-the outside simply Primary.'
iThis plan, while it leaves the ballot inviolate, will se-
kure, through the concurrence of the Inspectors, the
.. Nominating Conventions tfor the next ensuing election.
BaFch party, through their caucuses or otherwise,
'would surely select their best men; we would get rid
4f-our Primary Elections, and thereby do more toward
Iuppressirg rowdyism than all our Police force is able;
o0.accomplish. .
, ;. -' Well, 'G.' suppose-the Democrats'
of the Sixth or Fourteenth Ward, or a
Good share of them, should see fit to elect
&Nominating Committee fer the Whigs-
What then ? HbW. would you help. it?
There might be One Thousand Votes for
,W'hig Nominating Committee in soihe
, ard and only Four Hundred for Whig
'fficers then to be chosen-but what could.
be done about it ? Any voter who voted'
the entire Opposition ticket for Electors:
and State -Officers might at-the same time-
vote for Whig Nomnatidgh committees,
and there could be no redress.

*^ '

Californthat'!it'VN eyhe f 7 T
there will be 1 .t1 d .f.teutY ph g .f
msgniffint'systiniofrailrbads.,.-e,/j a- 3
to the. Pacifie-wow'Bsofar advanced all ever the
country, from whicht4he people are to derive ao
much advanite .: ..
SInvestments jn eanas'and fire-proof buildits-
productive as -they maybe at this-time-are not,
however, the most desirable that maybe 'aade in
California, as their numbers maybe so0,increased
as to reduce the present large income from them;
while judicious investments in improved and pow.1
erful mills for working the extensive and rich
Quartz veins, will, as labor decreases in value; .an!I
as practice teaches improvements in the process
of working, be constantly increasing in'value f.r
years to come; and .therefore it maynow be comn-
sidered one of the best possible_ investments of
money that can be made. It .ha occurred to
me that many of those who are -now contemnpa-
tiag emigration to Califonpia for the digg'i.g of
gold, would do quite as 8eqll' to invest the amount
of their outfit and expenses-very little, if any
less than $500 to $1,000-in some safe and trust.'
worthy Company engaged in working rich'quartz
rock, as they are sure to pay, if well wdriked 'With
good' machinery, from three to six per cent. a
month, some even more, when once in suacessfa1
operation. M. K.
M.I The above is from a valued Editorial
friend lately from California ..- in. whose in-
telligence- and Integrity we have great con-
fidence, and we cheerfully publish his tes-
timony as such; bat we must be distinctly
understood as neither endorsing nor- dis-
senting from his opinions.. Mining.ji Cal-I
ifornia may be very profitable-w, believe
much, of it is so-but we do not und'qrtake
to advise people as to the .investmenIt f
their money-they must inquire-and judge
for themselves. 'Ed'
The New Porstage Act.
The following act reducing the Rates of
Postage on Nbwspapers and Periodicals, is. deci-
dedly the most important measure of the Session-
It will be seen that no more than one cent postage
can be charged on a copy of The Tribune sent to
any part of the Union, after the 30th inst. This is
the first real reduction which has been accorded
us since the era of Cheap Postage, and we -trist
our friends, especially those in the remoter Staes,
will make a note of' the change. .. ii
As we read the law, subscribers will hence-
forth. be under no obligation to pay their postage
.in advance, and have. noinducement to do so aside
from their own convenience. Transient or casual
Newspapers, hitherto under interdict, may be sent
.undei, this law at as low a rate as .if they were
sent regularly, if paid in advance ; otherwise,
double the rate.. We do not see the justice of
carrying part"% the Mails for nothing, whether
under frank or otherwise, nor of allowing one
newspaper to send three thousand ounces of its
issues through the Mails at 'the identical price
paid- by its next neighbor for two thousand 'ouncs;
but this act is certainly an improvement en the
present law, so far as newspapers are r concerned.
The." reduction, of. the tax on the conyeyanc&of
of Books is a very liberal one. Tracts and:Pamph-
lets will 'also be sent much lower than -hitherto.-
Hese is the act : .
[PUBLIc AcT-Nb. 50.]
AN ACT to amend an act entitled An act to reduce and modify

r:W smw^ ;T DE2 .-:A friend tat, Galkel
,WTiBes uw't4fthe pafritl cUtractiofl of a a16-
iW fomn Vbicg to Gala i ldy attcig
eistwyr tlargre Porti,.Ds df thd t*fr of the Ufppep
Mississippi which but for this .'w wnl- fflo atb dw
the great river anir fd jti mkr.t at N"ew-Or-
leans. The Mississippi, llinois, &e. were very
low when be wrote (ten days ago,) so thab down
freight tor St. Louis and Alton was taken at $5 ft
$7 per tun instead of the $1 60 to $2 charged in
the spring. Lead ip taken frmr , market
(he does not say where, but we presume toa't#
port) for $15 per tun, althpagh'$8 pertan is L t
regular price of forwarding over land' f0 ockfdi ,
the present ferminas of -the Galena RailroaAL
When that road is worked thiou'h, freights wij
fall. stilt, farthher,. ad- a very-large diversion wil
doubtless follow of eowmeorce ,to anid. fro' Newe-
Orleans., Wherefore, H. B. very properly urgd s
.the speedy completion of the Railroad hence to
Galena, at least.
Conn., last Thure4ay evening, six young ladles werb,
by the breaking through of the floor of a privy, pree!p.
Itsted Into the vault, fifteen feet below,.aod the mother
itf two of them, attracted by their screams, fell ia after
them. A ladder was soon obtained, but prave& too
uhort. Finally, aUl were, wih great diffieulsy estil-
catedalive, but one is hardly expected to recover.,

day of the, Native American, party, its two. bulry,
orators were Lewis 0. L-ein -and Peter S*es
Smith, both of. Philadelphia. Levin was eleetud
to Congress and Smith tried to be Gen., ;'aylees
Collector for the Port of Philadelphia, but failed.
Now Levin is a grek.f Webster man, and is
ningas the Native candidate fr Conrress im hig
own' District, while Smith tbkes the hoasiter,
franker course of going for Pierce and:.'King 'out-
-It is odd, if Ges. Scott is any sort of a Native,
that the Native leaders should be among his bit-
terest enemies.
MARYLAND--NO Stare IElection is hold
in Maryland this year. The new Constitutiot
requires Bieninial Elections for Legislature, Con-
gress, &c. There will be a Municipal Election in
Baltimore on the second Wednesday in October,
which is not expected to call out a full vo. 'v "
Maryland will not developer strength till- the
Presidential Election, when an immense vote will
be polled., The friends of SCOTT and GRAHAK
are confident of a handsome majority. .

MAINE.-The Annual Mlection in Maine
.takes places on Monday, the 13th inst. There
will probably be no choice for Governor-many
Temperance Whigs voting for Gov. John Hubbard
because of his official relation to the Maine Law'
while many votes, mainly of our opponents, will
be cast for Anson'.. Chandler, nominated by the
Rum party, though personally a Temperanpe
man. The State is so Districted, however, that
the Whigs have scarcely a chance of carrying the
L eg isla tu re . .
,. The Whigs have, completed their 'nominations
for Congress, and, though the State was district-
ed, to elect one Whig to five Opposition, the Whigs
hope to carry three Members by reason of the
feuds among their ^opponents. The candidates
are: "
Whig. Oppstion.
Dist.... A. N. D. APPLETOND". Moqes M,'Donald..
IL. CHAS 4. GILMAN. Samuel MaysiL Y
ilL E. 1W. FABL.. Two candidates .
', 'IV. SAMUEL P. BaE.sow. Rot nominated.
'V. .SBaE-.L WVaSmUaN Jr. Two candidates. *

I~ SsotJRCallformlotto
S The Alta 'aifor ia (independent of
arty,) of the mminug after the recepdoa of Gen.
BcoTT's uomipation at San FlPritco, says.
EThe nomwinatious of the Wilig Nailonal Con-
tentioathaveh been rtceied inl ohis city with the
greatest; eat isfaccion. ; Nou,9ouer had the newer :
read than eanpno were discharged... bonfires
l:amted, cheers given and 't1 ths other deinoostra-
onsV o(f deligf iidjdulaed in. The gratifiittioa is
evidently intensut, almost amounting terithttsiasflh.
Thbisamwe* in a ,eLeut measure from t'e.;..f&ct tVIA
it jVa. genernUy expected, if not wiah.ed, that
'Gun .'Scott would be the nmianee. The rfact
tiniwdtntg so well td the aff'dciaption has orohahly
'eg6ottei the idea thaa.Sdott'was really the choice
eoft*i Whigs of Cealifornit. nd such, we are in-
peJ d4 to beli9vo wa really the case. albeit there.
iy p W and the a grumbl.'r who regrets that 'Mr.
Websterwas rot' nithnfated.
Davinjg or a long tione assumed it for granted
tha tScott would be nomifited, we. haveihad no
difficulty in persuading ourselves that he wai the
niet. availUble candidate that the Whigs could
Jbriiginto the field." '' '
We find the following in thhlocal news of th4
ixiie paper: b *
WmaG : EirtrWsIAsM.-The Whigi of our city
displsytd' deal of enthuaiasin last evening on
the reception of the news of the Baltimroore numi-
fationI by the steamer. Guns were fired from
thibe whbaives, from the Plaza, and 'from the differ-
ent hills around the city. Bonfires were lib on
thehills, and rockets were sent up.
Secretary torwin.
Wp find thQ following letters in The
"Walimore Clipper. Mr. Corwin is determined
$o biting his slanderers to account for their calum-
piesWAsrINGToN, Aug. 24, 185A
SBr: Among the published pr<',cndings of the House
-of Representatives on Munday, I hAve oomerved a reao-
lution of inquiry into wy connexion with she claim of
I DUr., Gardiner, before The late Mexinan Commissloneru.
tI see' by the published proceedings of that day, that
Iou are the Cialrman of the Committee raised on that
resolution. Ats the session of Congress is drawing rap-
Idly to a close, I am sure you will fully comprehend
iny extreme anxiety that your investigation, so far as [
am concerned, should proceed with the utmost possible
1 therefore most respectfully ask that you will Inform
*ki by the bearer of this when f mnay have the opportu-
tlty of presenting testimony to the COmmittee.
Very rrs)ertuilly, THOMAS CORWIN.
S-Boa. AEDR8W JosBOs, Chairman Select Corn. House of Reps.
. WASHINGTON. Aug 26,185%.
Dni' Smr: I understood tnis morning that the Spe-
;ial Committee of whiab you are Chairman have re-
*olved that thpy cannot proceed with the iavestigaton
asigued to them. ,
The anxfety expressed by me t the Committee that
It shionuid testlyate and report at the present session,
Induces ie. bow to request tnat the Committe shall
4Bk and obtain leave to sit in the vacation, and close
4he matter, so'far as I am concerned, as soon as poss.l-
Ible. Very respectfully. THoMxAs COWIN..
4ao AnDBw Joassos, Chairman Special Corn. House of Repu.

ipondent favors us with a detailed account of a festival
Which took place at Taunton last week,,on occasion of
*Ae dedicatiom of the newbuildiog of Bristol Academy-
an old and valuable school in. that excellent' p.lace. A
great number of literary and polltical,,notabilities were
pzesent. Prof. Felton, of Harvard College, delivered
'an address, which our correspondent speaks of with do
rjlfgb and which is to be published, with a report of the
tnUfproeeedlngs of the day. The subject ws Ed&"
at0io41ua iitlarger siguisiance. The Professor insisted
'Warmly anil eloquently on the utility of clastlcas studies.
,, ceremonies were closed by a dinner at which wtt
nd gaiety were abundanL.
: Opposition Nomlnatlons,
Maadison Co.-For Sheriff, Dr. Stephen
41. Potter, Cazenovia ; Clerk, Lucius P. Clark, Brook-
*Seld; Superintendent of Poor, Alex. S. Wager, Sutli.
auan; C irooest, Drs. Henry G. Beardsley, Hamilton,
.and Franklin T. Maybury, Iorriuville ; Justice of Sea-

..stons, Alfred Medbery, Nelson. The Oneida Tldelegraph
Says these candidates are all Hunkers, as also Gen.
SWilliam J, H(ugbh. of Cazenovia, who was declared to
',e the choice of Madison Co. far Congreqs.
Clinton co.-For Assembly, cob H.
:Bolt; Superizttendent of Poor, 1' CCa s; 9Ps.
longs Justice, Bethund Jones; Coroner, Zephenixh C.
'PTaIL James S. Whallon was recommended for Con.
t^ress. *" .
Oiwego Co. -For Assembly, 2. Mr.
X.orte; Sessions Justice, E. S. Reed; County Clerk,
. ,MWHi __________.
S ]Delegates to Opposition Staes Conventledo
D l aoars-Adam 'Clark
Dwhess-Uota. Joha Elseffer.
rates-C-hales Le. L.
Leis---Harriion Barnes. '
Moroee-Ase Rowe.
Mir gomerp-W. H. Biggam, Daniel G. Lobdell, Barn-
JM ..York-10O. John Quin, (19th Ward,) and Johnm S.
Austin, <(lth Ward,) alct-rnate. 14. Ray Tbnpkkns-
BY. B. Livhiuion, alternate All contestants.
Oneida-Lestbr Baiker, John Stryker, Richard Hurl.
,. ert-. "
; Cayuga-Deuter E. Haven, Barnburner.
To the Public.
: In the communication of the Auditor of
.be Canal Department, made to the 'Co6amssioners of
the Canal Fund and the Canal Board, oU the 25tq Bug., stated that the exspendicureds forordidary repairs on
She division under my immediate care, for-the first six
Imotlis of 1852, exceed those of the corresponding pe-
?o1d of the previous year in the suti of' $20 389.
r Themere faut df anincrease i expenditure in any one
,'ear over that preceding it, te of itself no evidence of
Amprovidence or extravagance. On the contrary, it
dfen happens that a too limited applicatton of funds ti
repairs in oneyear, is the cause of a greatly increased
Sxpenditure the following year. .
he follbioig ItMns of expenditures will explain the
eause of most 'of the excess of thelast six months on
;,thisi Division : '
expendituress of Superintendents for April and
; May, ,over and ebove the amount certified bythe
Co' smmIsioner fr 'those mouths......... $13,V2 33
"Ir'hridgd atJordao, bii t previous to Ist Jan... 2,148 69
meaning out- salt slips at Salina and Liverpol,
;. .. hither of which had been cleaned:out for save-
Ser ears............................ ........ 1,7s 2 00
. ... a a .!R a n a
'.Amounting all o ......... ...........$17,753 02
SAdd to this tact that this Dividonof the Cani has one
.RmDdred. and twelve composite locks, party wood and
'T. tly stone, on the Chenaco Canal,.ad sixty-four
,rch k entirely of wood on the O.,eiaoa Lake, Cayugaand
r eneca and Cbemung Canals, making In all one hun
d dansd sevsnty-six locks, old, worn out and dilapt.
Sdated,.and requiring increased expencai utes from year
(loyedt--tosay. nothing of the old locks at Port Byron,
..and the Sackett lock tvwestb of it, which alone requires an
; eapendimrr of live hundred dollars per month to super.
I intend and kerp in repair-and it will be readily seen
wihj t^e: expenditurea of this. year exceed those of last
ear, it'why the cost, generally, of repairs on this
V)i~vb th'pitevluus years as weU as the present, has
bens rge .
SJusti Superintendents requires me to say,
'3hdttI eIditure of more mondy than was certified
as. 100 r r spring repairs, was n6t% on their part,
.Am inttidonal violation, of duty. Stostof them were in.
exper eaced and new to the business, and not aware
*' s sy were'bound to keep within the sum, certifi-id
b'yte Commtissbner. White I deoy the right of the
Suditor to arrhlin' the Canal Conminesioners for the
mannerr in which they discharge thet- official duties, I
deem the above explanation due alike to myself and
#ibe public. ,
...,. HY. FITZHUGH, Capal Comniussioner.
... i ". [Alb. Eve. Jour.
S SINGULAR R BEU ON.-In the year 1812,
a man named Boynton, a soldier in the American Army
then stationed at Ogdensburg, suddenly disappeared.-
N Bewas seen eroseing tee ice toward Canada, but as noth-
'Ing Lwas ever heard of him, it was supposed that he
was drowned In crossing. He left quite a family who
3nonrned the death of their father, aud after a time were
oaitered. ,.
On Tuesday aftertioon, an old man, walking with a
. crutch and a cane, made his appearance in South Bos.
Ion, inquiring for Wet. W. Roynton, a watchman He
ewas directed to the, where he found Mr.
i -Boynton. The old gentleman informed him that to the
I Best of his knowledge he was his father, and then pro-
.seeded to narrate to him so partievlasly the affairs of
,. the'famly, that it was shown conclusively that father
.aid son were indeed resulted after a separation of 40
"* earB. .
Mr. Boynton after leaving the army repaired to Can-
atda and there engaged in farming UnabTe to hear from
,is family, he at last married again, and has reared a
second family. A short time since he learned that his

wife and a portion of hip family were residing in New.
-fampshire, and started on foot to find them. Be as-
.....e their whereabouts and paid them a visit, and
that his son William, a boy butfive years of
ae wh he left, was ID South Boin, he started to
.o55 hIm, RBfccould not be persuaded to take the cars, as
S..Ibewas afttsthey might be thrown off the track. He
11 ,i&. 78 yearmof age, and is a hearty, hale old'. man, with
"Ai- ke exception of his lameness. Mr. William Boynton's
familly resIde in, W.eymnouth, Mass., and the old gentl-d.
an started on flot yesterday morning to visit them-.
e pas.d ou .tver jorpheter'av. .h waloeu.quite
-> and yl ba h.ed Weymuth abut qq.
X F t6oullnot A 1 _el, .iad "tdtho


; Byteegraph to The New-Ti
amok" Telbgrcpk OffGee, ewarnr f e He
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'Adjournment of' Co

Doingp L Washin"st
SveWcil Dispatch to Tre IV. Y. Tribune.
E. A. BRADFORD's appoia
Supreme-Bench is laid over.
HILANz HALL, California Land
is confirmed.
H. K. ELKINS, Marshal of Wi
firmed. : .
Gen. WILSON, California Land
was rejected by an exclusive pa
much angry feeling.
JOHN T. 'rOWERS is appointed
of Public Printing and' confirmed.
BOYD HAMILTON, late Public P
from forty to fifty thousand dollars
amendment to the Civil and Diploti
The Fortification bill will go ove
The Naval appropriations provit
out the contract wirh ROBERT L. S
a floating battery in New-York ha
S. D. HUBBARD of Connecticut
N. K. HALL is confirmed as Judi

5TEVENS to build
rbor. ,
i is confirmed as

ge in Conklin's

The Senate is now in Executive Session; the
members of the Cabinet generally are in tha Vice-
President's Room.
The House is in a grand state of confusion, and
one-half the members are on their feet, thrusting
private bills at the Speaker. A resolution was
partly read in aid of Beau Hickman.
- RICHARDSON, of 111., is making a speech full of
Incessant motions are made to adjourn. rhe
House is all confusion, but there is less intoxica-
tion than I ever saw at any previous adjournment.
The SPEAKER has just adjourned the House
sine die.
The Vicz PRESIDENT bas just adjourned the
Senate with an appropriate address. EYE.

SENATE .... WASHINGTON, Aug. 31,1852.
The Senate commenced business at 25
minutes past 9 o'clock.
The Reading of the Journal was dis-
pensed with.
> resolution was reported from the Fi-
Snance Committee, calling on the Department to submit
to the Senate next session a plan for the classification of
the Clerks. It was taken up and adopted.
On motion, the Clerk of the Committee
on Finance was continued during the recess.
Mr. BRIGHT, from the Committee of
Conference on the Army Appropriation bill, made a re-
port. on the disagreeing votes, and It was conc irred in.
Mr. RUSK, from the Committee of Con-
ference on the Post Route bill, made a report, which
was concurred in.
The resolution offered yesterday by Mr.
JAMES, for the appointment of a Select Committee to
cit during recess, to examine witnesses on oath as to
the general business of importations, to ascertain
whether any, and what frauds have been committed,
and to report at next session, was taken up.
Mr. HALE opposed the resolution. He
did not approve of keeping the functions of Senators
alive during the recess of Congress. It would be to
keep the Senate perpetually In session, and enable them
to10 travel about the country in fives or tens at the public
Mr. STOCKTON moved to strike out so
much of the resolution as gives the Chair power to ap-
point the Committee. Agreed to.
Mr. HAMBLIN said there were great
speeches made on the subject of frauds on the tariff.
He hoped this inquiry would be made, and that subject
put at rest.
Mr. CLARKE was in favor of the reso-
lution, and hoped the inquiry would be made.
SMr. MASON qaid "he had no doubt but
frauds were committed under the laws-if there were
not, it would be tbe only branch of the Government
where frauds were not attempted. He thought the ob.
ject to be gained was the Increase of duties. To this
he was opposed. He was also opposedto having Com-
mittees sitting during the recess.
Mr. JAMES said he was not in favor of
increasing duties-he was for carrying out the spirit of
the act of 1846. It was a well known fact that the Me
chances, Artisans and Agriculturists paid the full amount
of the duties imposed on articles consumed by then,
while it was also well known that those whu used
broadcloth, finer cassimeres, silks and laces, did not
pay more than two-thirds of the duties imposed upon
those articles. .
Mr. HUNTER opposed the resolution.
Mr. MALLORY, by unanimous consent,
was allowed to make a report from the Committee of
Centerence on the Appropriation bill.
Mr. 'MORTON opposed concurring in the
report, because the amendment for the repairs of the,
hospital at Pensacola was abandoned.
The question was taken and the report
concurred in.
The consideration of Mr. JAMES'S reso-
lution was resumed, and it was adopted, as follows:
YEAs-Messrs. Badger. Bayard, Bell, Borland, Brodhead,
Btooke, Clarke, Clemens, Cooper, Davis, Grier, Houston,
James, Jones, of Iowa; Mallory, Mansrnu, Merriwetber,
Miller, Norris, Smith, Spruance, &tockton, Wade, Walker,
NAYs-Messrs. iAdamas, Bright Butler, De Sausaure, Foot,
Bale, Hunter, Mason, Pearce, Rusk, Sumner, Underwood
The seventeenth Joint Rule was sus-
pended, so as to allow all Appropriation bills to be sent
' to the President. '

It was now 10i o'clock, and the Senate
proceeded to ballot for a Select Committee, under Mr.
James's resolution ; during which the Light-House bill
was signed.
The Committee chosen are; Messrs.
James, Shields, Brigh;, Dawson and BelL
The Senate took up Mr.. MORTON'S
resolution to pay David L. Yulee out of the Contingent
Fund of the Senate a sum equal to the amount of per
diem of a Senator, from the first day of the Sfassion till
the day on which Mr. Mallory was declared Senator.
fir. ADAMS opposed the resolution.
The CHAIR at 10 minutes to 11 o'clock
signed the Civil and Diplomatic Appropriation bill and
the Army Appropriation bill.
Mr. MORTON said his resolution would
lead to debate, and he moved that itbe laid on tie table.
Mr. BORLAND, from the Committee,0 on
Public Lands, reported back'the House bill granting
land to Aikansas and Missouri, to aid in the construe-
don of certain railroads In those States, and moved that
itbe taken up.
Mr. UNDERWOOD objected.
The CHAIRa said it could be taken up if a
majority so determined.Pi
Mr. UNlDERWOOD said that it required
unanimous consent to make the report.
The CEAIR decided otherwise.
Mr. BORLAND'S motion was rejected-
Ayes 11.
It was now five minutes to 11'o'clock.
Mr. BRIGHT moved that the Senate pro-
ceed to Executive business.
Mr. HOUSTON desired to make a report
from the Select Committee on frauds, bribery, &c and
asked that the motion be withdrawn. Several Senators
desired to make reports and to make motions.
Mr. BRIGHT-I won't withdraw my mo-
tion for any person whatever.
His motion was agreed to, and the Sen-
at3 proceeded to the consideration of Exdcutive bus-
inees. .
At 114 o'clock the Naval bill was signed
by tbe Chair and sent to the President, who, with his
Cabinet,was in an adjoining room.
At a quarter before 12 the doors were
Mr. HOUSTON made his report, stating
that the Committee had not time to complete any ,quone
case, but would do so by the next session. He moved
that the report and evidence be taken and.printed.
Mie. BADGER objected, because nothing
war completed.
Mr. HOUSTON then withdrew his report.
The Chair signed the Post Route bill. A resolution was
agreed to, that the Secretary of the Senate pay during
the recess for certain printing.
A message'was received from the Pres-
ident as to ocean postage-referred and printed.
Mr. SOULE offered a resolution that the
Secretary of the Navy send to the Senate a statement of
.xamonts expended at each or alset fnd
. h a.m%.- U e Q Yror

The House met at 9 o'clock. The read-
leg of the journal was dispensed with-in fact it was not
prepared, owing to the multiplicity of business and want
of time.
Mr. CLARK, froi the Committee of
Conference, made a reportof the: disagreeing amend.
nents to the Post Route bilL He said cte amendments
most obnoxious to the H ,use, particularly the section
wbich authorizes marshals In certain cases, was
On voting to second the previous ques-
tion no quorum appeared, and there bad to be a call of
the House. Ore hundred and thirty five members an-
swered to their names.
Under the operation of the previous
question the report was concurred in.
Mr. COBB said he yesterday, fi-om a
sense of duty to himself and the country, voted en
masse for the amendments, although contrary to his
judgment, rather than the General Appropriation bill
should be lost, and had afterward moved te reconsider
the vote by which the vote of the Committee of Con-
ference was concurred in.
Mr. LETCHER-Imove to lay the resolu-
tion on the table.
Mr. COBB-will you wait till you get the
floor to make the motion?
Mr. HART called Mr. COBB to order, and
said, "Don't thus take'up our time."
Mr. COBB-PI'U do as I please.
Mr. HART-Then I will call you to or.
der when you are out of order.
Mr. COuBB rema-ked, that all he had to
say was, that he voted for the report to keep the bill
alive-and then withdrew the motion to reconsider.
Mr. HousToN was obliged to his friend
for tis patriotism, but he was satisfied that there were
not six men here, nor even one, who was disposed to
defeat that bill.
Mr. HousTON then made a report from
the Committee of Conference on the disagreeing amend-
ments to the Army Appropriation bill, which was con-
curred in.
On motion of Mr. JONES (Tenn.) the
Seventeenth Juint Rule, which prohibits a bill from be-
ing presented to tae President for" his signature on the
last day of the session, was suspended.
Mr. PHELPS presented a report from
the Committee of Conference, on disagreeing amend-
merits to the Navy Appropriation bill, which was
The report of the Conference on the
disagreeing amendments to the Post-Offise Appropria.
tion bill, was adopted.
On motion ot Mr. CARTTER, 20,000
copies of the entire report of the Commissioner of Pa-
tents were ordered to be printed.
The House called the Yeas and Nays on
a motion to open the way for the taking uno of a private
bill which was not reacbhedi.- It was now 11 o'clock.
The question was stated on suspending
the rules, moved by fir. MANNelast night, that he might
introduce- a resolution appointing Wm. W. Curran Re-'
porter of the House, wi.h power to associate six assist-
ants, his annual oompensatilon .to be 81.800, provided
that before this resolution shall take effect, the Clerk
of the Heuse shall have procured from John C. Rives'
such a modification of his contract for reporting and
printing the proceedings and debates of the House, as
to relinquish of the price now paid him the sum 93 50
per column.
Mr. JONES (Tenn.) said this was too
important a measure to be acted upon now, and de-
manded the year and nays, which were ordered. The
-rules were not suspended. 73 against 62-not two-
Several matters of no public importance
were disposed of amid much confusion.
The galleries by this time (114) were
Several amendments were proposed to a
resolution giving an increase of salaries to certain
elerks, folders and laborers, in addition to those pro-
vided for yesterday.
The confusion was general throughout
the proceedings, with occasional desperate struggles on
the part of Members to obtain the floor.
The SPEAKER said he would not recog-
nize any gentleman who did not rise from his seat to
address him, and requested all standing to take their
seats and preserve order. And bang, bang, went the
gavil of the presiding officer, accompanied with cries of
", Order, order."
Mr. MOKEHEAD moved the resolution

authorizing the printing of 10,000 copies of Stanhury's
report of exploration to the Great Salt Lake for, the
tuse of the House. The Yeas and Nays were ordered.
Mr. GoRMAN-Have the Yeas and Nays
been ordered on my resolution 9
The response was in the negative, but
they have on the motion to lay the compensation reso-
lution on the table. Several messages were received
frcm the President of the United States, informing the
Huuse he had signed the Civil and Diplomatic Post-Of-
fice, Army and Navy, and other Appropriation bills.
The question was taken on laying the
compensation reselation on the table, but before the re-
suit was announced many gentlemen changed their
votes, among them Mr. Sackett.
Mr. RICHARDSON-I rise to a question
of order. It Is this. The gentleman from New-York
has already changed his vote three, times, and cannot
change any more.
Laughter, and cries of order, order."
Mr. CARTTER, amid the turmoil, in an
exceedingly loud tone, I move the House adjourn." It
now lacked five minutes of 12.
The result of the vote was announced,
and the Compensation resolution was, now laid on the
The SPEAKER announced the question
recurred en agreeing to the amendments.
MANY VoICES-"Vote them down!"
" Question, question."
SMr. HALL-I rise to a privileged ques-
tion, and move that the House adjourn.
Mr. MASON, in nearly the same breath,
made a similar motion.
The SPEAKER banged and rapped, calling
gentlemen to order. Thby were standing, and talking
loudly all over the hall.
Mr. STANTON (Tenn.) rose to a question
of order, viz : The House has already determined at
what time it would adjourn.
Mr. CARTTER-I move the House ad-
"Agreed," ,,agreed," "adjourn," ,'ad-
j ourv."1
The SPEAKER-Gentlemen will resume
their seats. [Bang, bang.j
Mr. CARTTER-- withdraw the motion.
Mr. POLK-I will appeal to the House
to recede from their amendment to the bill .for the re
llef of Mrs. Margaret Worth.
&6 Agreed," "agreed."
The SPEAKER-It can only be done by
the unanimous consent of the House.
"Object," Object," broke from all parts
of the hall.
Mr. CARTTER-I renew my motion to
The SPEAKER, after knocking to order,
and requesting gentlemen to resume their seats, said,
The Chair will state the proposition before the House.
Mr. HARRIS (Tenn.)-I hope he will.
The SPEAKER cried "order." Gentlew
men are invited' to take their seats.
VoICES-"tAll right," Go ahead."
Then followed tremendous thumps with
his gaviL He then said tbhe hour fixed for the adjourn-
ment of the present session having arrived, the Chair
accordingly amounces that this House stands.adjourned
san d . .
VoIcs--s Enough said." ,oGood,."
g 90od"udinhi ah gleand confusedly, thememlabers
= -,,

Governor. No address will be reported, but a series of
solutions, tully endorsing the National nomination,
*lll be adopted. The sentiment of the Delegates here
iems to be a hearty and unanimous support of Scott
rd Graham. ,
J.k Democratic tMas Meeting at Baltimore.
AC BALTIvORa, Tuesday, Aug. 31,1852.
t A large Democratic Mass Meeting is be-
,eg held in Monument.square to-night, Col. Jacob G.
^Davies presiding. The Empire Club presented Gen.
Cass with a bouquet, which he acknowledged in appro-
priate terms. He then commenced a speech, in which
be said, if any one expected him to abuse Scott, or the
Whig psrty, they were much mistaken. Gen. Scott
was a gallant soldier, whose name was Inscribed on
the brightest pages of American history. He eulogised
Pierce as a man who would mike a sound Conaettu-
tlonal President. He is still speaking. Much enthu.
siasm prevails.

Burned. ".
BLTIMoxE, Tuesday, Atug. .31, 1852.
We have no Mail south of Washington,
this morning. Two New-Orlean Mtalls are now due.
A schooner belonging to 'Samuel Ridge-
Way, which left Talbot County, -1tryland, on Thursday
last for Baltimore, is supposed' to hake been lost in the
Bay with all bands on board, among. whom were the
*' wife and five children of' Mr. Robert Wells'of thl city.
SA Cotton Mill belonging to' Mr. Ely,'4
miles above Ellicott's Mills, was entirely destroyed by
fire yesterday.
The Storm at Mobile.
NEw-OsLEANS, Monday, Aug. 30,1852.
The losses at Mobile have been over-
,rated. It is now said they will not exceed half a million
Freshet In South Carolina.
.' SCHARLESTON, S. C., Tuesday Aug. 31,1852.
The recent rains, it is feared, have
caused some heavy freshets throughout the State, and
done injury to the growing crops.

Navigation of the Ohio.
.' CINCINNATI, Tuesday, Aug. 31,1852.
The river is still rising, and now meas-
tures fully seven feet. Our first-class boats leave for
New-Orleans on Monday.

',' The commencement at Bowdoin
College, Brunswick. Me., takes place to-morrow. The
greatgathering of the Alumni occurs to-day. It is ex-
1pcted that Gen. Pierce, John P. Hale, and a host of
others who have graduated at this seat of learning; will
be present. The present occasion iq a half century ju-
' bilee of the College, and it is expected that an unusual
nunihber will be present.
W ie John McCoy, of Chillicothe, one of
'.the early settlers of that city, died on the 14th inst., in
'the 76th year of his age. He removed from Pennsyl.
vania to the Westin the year 1796, and was for many
years engaged in the mercantile business in Chillicothe.
. /' It is stated that Mrs. Stowe, the
autehoress of Uncle Tom's Cabin, has engaged to write
am-popular taleupon the effect of the Maine Liquor Law,
tendedd fbr wide circuladtion by the friends of the law.
W Two shocks of an earthquake were
'elt at Augusta, Ga., a few days since. The noise and
vibrations of the second, which occurred about 3
o'clock A. l. lasted some Si seconds. "-..

.WM. .,' .rn -..,04 A v... .

NEW S. Mr. DoUGLAS reported backk several N eihe c-d dome-The r -oE, As.
House bills, which werp laid on the table. .n ol 'nt.
) T Several Committees reported unfinished -- WASHtNToN, Tuesday, Aug. 31, 185%
)rK rbue bnB.. .... t0ol. Craig was confirmed to-day as Chief
..... On motion of Mr. SHIELDS, all the pa- of e Ordinance Bureau in the War Department,
we, and Heaver-af. hanbefre Committees were ordered to be returned to Ge Tlcottdismisse by court martial.
fils o th S~ata view Gen. Talcott,:dismissedby court martial.
... ~files of the Senat.'
Higress Mr. DODGE offered two resolutions or- TheappointmentofSSamtelD. Hubbard as Post-
derlvg the distribution of certain documents. adopted. msiterLGeneral gives the greatest satisfaction to
oin 1 Messrs. MASON, ATClIISON, MORToN theScott Whigs, and is intended as an earnest of
and An ns obtained leave to withdraw certain papers President's zeal for the Scott ticket.
r. 3t-1.40 P. 4 :from the files ,
tment to the Mr. UNDERWOOD moved that a Commit- Aikansas Electionu
tee be appointed to inform the Piesideut that the Senate i,' LouIs.vI.B, Tuesday, Aug. 31,1852.
', are now, to,.djouire. Agreedito. .
Commissioner, aMessrsn.Urre wo DoPRATT andBAr- R D Dnway's majority in Arkansas is 2,500.
were appointed, and at two minutes before 12, the TIIe.Democratic majority on joint ballot of the
con is con- committee returned and reported that the President Legislature is 32.
soonsm8in is con-lbad no further communication to make to the Senate, -
:o" "ss' and offered them his congratulatflbus on th close of C o nessonalNomiutlon.
Commissioner, their labors. "
trty vote, with Mr. MANGUM offered a,, resolution that W hCisasTa tPaTuesday, Aug. 31, 1852.
the thanks-of the Senate be given, to Hon. W. R. Ki ing, I W higstuet n '; C vato -
for the ability, dignity, and impairdiaUfly with which he 4 nominated William Evarkait for Congress,
Superintendent has discharged the .duties of the President of the Masaach -n to
Senate. lassachusets Whg State onveutlon.
inter wli get; The Resolution was Adopted Unani L WaosTn,.iTuesday, Aug. 31,1852.
Inter, win gt iDelegates in considerable numbers have
nicera bid Mr. KING took the Chair, returned already arrived here to attendthe Whig State Conven.
natci. thanks forth compliment, and expressed his regret, Sbn to-morrow. Appearances indicate that Mr. Clif-
r. if he had ever displeased any one by hie decisions, and t Ate. Sat w
do for carryvi- then pronounced the United States Senate adjourned, f nom' the resent AttorneyGeneral of the State will
.o for carrying tis I^ nominated almost unanimously as the candidate for

Delegate to the Democratic State Convention.
SSYRAcusic, Tuesday, Aug. 31, 1852.
Dennis McCarthy, of Syracuse, (Barn-
burner) was elected yesterday afternoon as Delegate to
the State Convention.
lsaonsurl Leglatures.
S izJEFFERSON CITY, Tuesday, Aug. 31, 1852.
The Senate spent this morning in a dis-
,ussion upon the election of a chaplain.
In the House, the eleventh ballot for Speaker stood as
'follows: Simms, 46; Woodson, 37; Acpcke, 32 ; Hun-
ter, 10; Jackson, 2. The House then adjourned to 2
The Whigs are going to caucus.
The Whigs in caucus have resolved to
support the Whig nominees on the organization of the
Legislature. Tne Democrats are now in caucus with
open doors. Resolutions are pending declaring that
' for' this session old issues between ttie Bentons' and
Anti Bento1s shall not be revived. The Beatoun men
oppc(se them. Mr. Stevenson, of Franklin, declared
the Democratic union in that State to be rotten. There
is no prospect of harmony. The resolutions were
pass( d, and not limited to this session-the Benton men
mostly standing aloof and saying they would not abide
by them. Tae Caucus adjourned. At 12 o'clock the
House met and adjourned rill 3. without attempting to
organize. The Senate Is proceeding to organize.
Second Dispatch .
LOUISVILLE, Tuesday,' Aug. 31, 1852.
The Missouri Senate organized yester-
day. On the final vote for Secretary, Irwin (Benton)
was elected. The House failed to elect a Speaker.
Each party made a nomination and the candidates
were closely aohered to. The Antis had two nomtna-
tione, but on the fourth ballot one had but 8 votes;
Simms, Benton, received 43 votes; Woodson, Whig,
31 ; Acocke, Anti-Benton, 36. Pending the fifth ballot
the Rouse adjourned to this morning.
Sheriff of Philadelphia,
PHrLADELPHIA, Tuesday, Aug. 31, 1852.
Samuel Allen was nominated by the
Whig Convention, on theith ballot, for Sheriff of Phil-
adelphia City and'County. "
S Arrival ef the Am erica at Halifax.
PORTLAND, Me., Tuesday. Lug. 31,18552-11- P. iL
Owing to a heavy storm east of this city,
we are unable to get over the Amprica's news from
Halifax. As yet we have not received a word of news,
and only know that she arrived at Halifax about 6
o'clock th evening. It is useless to wait longer to-

.Late and'Interesting from Santa Fe.
ST. Louis, Tuesday, August 31, 185%.
Mr. Aubrey arrived here last night from
Santa F6, making the trip to independence in 25 days.
He left Santa F6 on the 31st July. Gov. Lane reached
Fort Atkinson on the 15th. Major Van Horn, U.S. &A..
was one of Aubiey's party.
Mrs. and Miss King, of Ga., died on the
Arkansas in July.
Mr. Aubrey saw 300 lodges of Caman-
ches and Klowas on Rabbit Ear Creek.
Capt. Buckner and Lieut. Woodruff
were to leave Fort Atkinson on the 25th for.the States.
Mr. Aubrey was informed by Major Van
Horn thatabout the 1st July some Apache Id/ans at-
tacked fifteen Mexicans on the Jornado del Meierto,;
killed one and wounded four others, taking from them
Twenty oxen,
SuspensIlon of an Insurance Company-New
MKxEPxHIs, Tuesday, Aug. 31, 1852.
: The Nashville Insurance Company has
'atupended further business.
The first bale of new cotton was re-
c ived here to-day.
From the South-Heavy Freshet In Virginia,
'r' BAtaTIOx., Tuesday, Aug, 31, 1832;
The Southern Mail is still deranged by
'the late storm, and nothing has been received since
Sunday south of Savannah. ,. ,"
.;The storm of Saturdayt ,was severely
felt in Virginia. At Fredericksburg the Rappahannock
River rose to an extraordinary bight, carrying away
Chatham Bridge and'injaring the Canal and Plank
i, load, A wagon and team of four horses were carried
away by the current. Great damage was aho done to
the Coin. creps. .' ,.
Supposed Loss of a Schooner-A Cotton l[ll

The German can hesitate in respect to his lord and
entertain the question whether one of his demands is
compatible with his personal honor-but the Russian
never, for he must either obey the universal'. father or
cease to bei- Russian, that Is t say, he must come out
from his ownfamily and people.
Instead of free obedience and personal honor, which
are peculiar to the German, there prevails in the popw
lar life of Russia an unconditloial obedience toward
the father of the general fnfiy, and the derivaton of


Ste Contrast between the Raitan and Ger-
man Principle of Life
Corrmspondence of The Y. Tribune.
BERLIN, Wednesday, Jane 9,1852.
The question, on which I have already
touched, again recurs : What is the foundation of
the present superiority of Russia-ia she indeed
able to organize a dominion over Europe-can her
cutilture maintain its ground, when it comes in con-
tact with that of the West?
The peculiarity of the Russian culture will be-
come apparent by comparing it with other forms of
In Rome and Greece the idea of Right was de-
veloped- as the foundation of the State. The an-
tique State existed, as it were, of itself, through
certain necessity of nature,-its existence de-
pended as little on human choice as the Deity
himsAlf who protected it, and constituted, as it
were, its soul,-hence Rome and Athens were as
necessary in their existence as. the goddess Mi:i
nerva, or Jupiter Captolinus. The only internal
question of these States was how far individuals
should take part in the 'concerns of the State.
Originally the State, and with the State the gods,
belonged to the patrician races,-gradually it be-
came the common affair of all the citizens,-an
actual res-publica (common.-wealth)-all the meom-
bets viere equal-this equality ,of rights was intro-
duced and sanctioned in a series of compromises,
-but as this equality was rea!ised, that is to say,
as the State itself was threatened in a vital point
by democratic risings and contentions-it brought
to bear upon the ma. see its character as a neces-
sity of fate-the Empire arose,-the Emperor was,
as we might say, a Fate incarnate, who kept the
humbled patricians and the emancipated plebeians
in order and tranquility.
The Germans have dethroned Fate. They re-
cognise no external power, no authority above
themselves; everything with them is the work of
their own will; whatever the German is, he is
through himself,-the feeling of his own honor
guides him in his determinations,-the feeling of
his own worth attends him in his actions,-and
does not leave him in relations, which he never
enters but with his free-will.
The German States, to which also the Roman
belong, since it was through the addition of the
Geirian, that the3 first obtained a coherent ex-
istence in modern times, do not exist, like the an-
cient States, through a natural necessity; but
they are a free creation, they were founded in the
exercise of consciousness, for they are the work
of conquest. .
The possessions of the German accordingly are
his own work, his personal right, obtained by the
agency of his sword.
Conquerors are originally on an equality, but
they voluntarily give precedence to their leader,
and after the work of conquest is completed, they
render to him the same voluntary obedience.
Now what. supports this bond between leaders
and followers ?
What is the basis of the feudal hierarchy?
The sentiment of honor is this bond, this
guarantee,-in his relation to the feudal lord, the
German respects his own free determination.
Hence the Germans form emphatically the
nobility in the history of the world.
No general conceptions, no fate, no abstract or
metaphysical ideas, hold together the German
feudal Stats. The German knows no father- land5

for a more spacious field-and Russia will supply It.-
She will become European. The splements of culture
thus far are found only in isolated persons, who have. to
elaborate, to fashion, to establish them-but certainly not
to contend with a Manteuffel, a Maupas, a Jew
D'lsrael, or whoever else they may be.
But it is another question whether Rssia willt'positively
establish a new culture. This question I feel bound to
answer in the negative. All that Russia could do would
be to spread her patriarchal culture, her organization .
of the commune-but these are purely national, and she
has never been able to spread them over any of he r
conquests. The German nobility of the Baltic provjn-
ces and the Polish nobility, who, with the Cathbllcism o
thebMiddle Ages, have also received the prevailing views
of the West, may serve the absolutist State which hau
its central point in St. Petersbugh, and render obedi.
ence to the European power and dictatorship of Russd
but they can never assimilate with the Moscovltta, the
patriarchal State-their Western culture is too superior
to the patriarchal stand point for that.
Thus has Russia a contradiction in itself Its 6itil-
archal absolutism secures a superiority over the Westt
and still the German, the Western sense of persounaliy
is superior to it, and cannot be destroyed. This coatsa-
diction will serve as a guide in our further exp isidon
Sef the fate which connects Russia and the West with
each other. BxuNo BAuE.
A ,"Haunted Honoaes on Fifth-at.--neLmaw
tology as Affecting Rents.
On that great shopping thoroughfare-
5th-st.-in the heart of the city, between Wusiern row
and John, there is a fine modern built brick house of
three-stories, containing a store-room and eight or ten
other large rooms. Investigation has developed nothing
remarkable in the coastiuction or appearance of ahy
portion of the house, which is altogether a desirable
reaitence. The property is owned by a'widow lady
Mi s. Warfield, who sometime since leased it for a term
of years to a Mr. Wales'; Mr. W. soon after transferred
his lease to Mr. James, and Mr. J. recently sold tt to Mr.
Carter. The latter gentleman occupies tuelstore-roomn
and afew da} s sInce rented the other part if tth build-
ing to a Mr. Edwards as a boarding house. Mr. ht bad
been in the house but a fewdays-just long enoiigh't
get comfortably fixed-when, on last Wednesday even-
ting, about 10 o'clock, a noise similar to the discharge'of
a pistol was heard in an upper front room, but on .ex-
amination no cause for the report could bb asdertiaind.
Several hours afterward, and when the famniiy'ahd
boarders had retired, a succession of reports were heard
by all the inmates of the house, accompanied by loud
screams from a room where were -several young lady
boarders and a daughter of Mr. Edwards. Tae whole
house was aroused, and rushing in the direction of the
noise, found the young ladies in the-utmost trepidation
from terror. They declared that the "pistol shots"
were made at their bed'-side, repeated as from a re-
volver, and that they distinctly saw flashes of red light
following each report. One of the girls, pale and at-
most senseless from right, affirmed thatjust at the mo-
ment of the sounds, a tall, dark figure twice stooped
over her pillow. Such was the excited condition'of
the whole family, that cots were prepared for all in' qone
room, and the remainder of the night was p'ssed6ia
Company, but no further disturbance was experienedL
On Thursday, at about noon, another sharp report
was made in the kitchen, and for several hours daring
the day a noise was heard in the dining room resbmdb-
ling the pawing of a horse or of the morticing of- acar-
penter in heavy timber.
The occupant, net inclined to pass another night Ihi a
manner so disagreeable, and unable to retalWhisboatd-
ers there, rented another house., and moved out; ona
Thursday. A party of persons curtous in suth matter
spent the night there, but no noises were heard.
SThe owierof the property threatens to sue the ten-
ant for damages in giving the house the character of
being "haunted," by circulating tales, and leaving ths
place; while Mr. E. thinks that damages should be
given him, insmuch as he was not informed of there-
por.- previous to his renting it, which he understands
were currently believed in the neighborhood regarding
its ghosts." Not only has the matter taken this phase,
but the present lessee, upon the same grounds, demands
the annulling of his contract, and so all thatfhave been
concerned in the building, are asking reparattoufor
theirlossos.. : it. ,
Taking this affair altogether it Is most curious. The
residents in the vicinity say that the building hast'borns
the character of a haunted house" for several years,
and that no family has been wiling, of late; to remain
say great length of time; the noises frightenthem away.
As there is always a solution to such mystery, we inquir-
ed after it. and was Informed by one person that a car-
penter, whose shop had occupied the ground, had been
murdered there, that he could not rest until he had been
revenged and that he would reveal aU to a" r"-ig me-
dime I" "'Another report was that, the celebrated
clairvoyant. Mrs. Bushnel, had reported a conversation
which she had with the restless.sptrit, which revealed

no community, no collective center, which rose
above him without his consent, and brought him
into subjection-he has no Rome-no Achens, to
demand the sacrifice of his individuality. He Is on the
contrary, personal in' all things-nothing exists for him
but what is personal. His service is personal, his au-
thprlty is personal,-he would lose.his personality,, that
Is, his all, if, in any of his relations, whether of com-
mand or of service, he were to damage his honor.
It was in union with the antique nations and in their
transformation into Romans, that the Germans first ob-
tained the ancient, and especially the Roman conception
of country and fatherland, and subjected themselves to
universal and abstract ideas,-and is was the same in
France and Spain, where, in the course of the Riddle
!Ages, compact nationalities and firm States were gradu
ally formed.
Modern Germany, on the contrary, where the an
client Germanic, tribes have been preserved In the great.
eat purity, has never been able to attain to this unity of
State aid fatherland.' Even now as is well known, it is
a question, and a political question at that, What is the
Fatherland of the German?"
While the ancient Greeks and Romans lived for the
State, that is to say, for an abstract Idea, sacrificing
themselves to it, unconditionally, If necessary, and
while the Germans acknowledged only personal rela-
tions, in the life of the Russian people both principles
are united in the strictest manner.
The family, the commune, the nation are the vita
principles of the Russian-so much do they enter into
the substance of his life, that according to his original
constitution, he could hold no property, except through
the family or the commune. The date is not his work
but the work of God, the Russian God, Butthis sub-
stance for the Russian is incarnate in a person, in the
Emperor, who is the father of the Individual, of the
family, of the commune, and of the nation,
The reverse of the Greek and Roman idea is the su-
premacy of the State to which the Russian submits un"
conditionally, but the State Is concentrated Ia the Eu.
peror, as it were in the Universal Father.
The State is an abstract power, to which the Russian
must sacrifice himself without hesitation, but it is a
paternal power at the same time-in short, the distin-
guishing vital principle of the Russian is the patriarchal
But the patriarchal sentiment is In the mqst Intimate
combination with the absolutism of the idea of the
State. This combination is realized in the person of the
Emperor, who cannot say with Louis X[V, "I am the
State," but "I am the father of my people."
In Russia there are distinguished, properly we can
only say, rich, noble, and princely families-but what a
difference between them and the German nobility I
They have not created the State, for it exists through
the appointment of God and Nature, and exercises its
authority by the mouth of the Emperor. If they wish to
be anything, it can only be accomplished by means of
the State, for )he State is everything, and outside of it,
and its personal existence in the Emperor, nothing can
possess ahiIndependent value. The Russian nobility is
essentially only a vassal nobility, and it follows from
the principle of Russian life, that a family from which
go one, for the space of three generations, has devoted
himself to the State, loses its nobiilty.
The Emperor Paul, who even in his wildest extrava
gamces always expressed the Russian principle of life,
once said, that in his Empire only that man was of con.
sequence who spoke with him, and then only while' he
was speaking with him.
This is Russian Truly antique, for In antiquity, in
Rome and Greece, he only was of consequence, or pes-
sessed any value, on whom the State let the light of its
countenance shine.
There can be no question here of the freedom of Ger-
man obedience, of the German loyalty, any more than
there can be in the family,with the son, whether he shall
render obedience to his father.
A legal relation, which has grown out of the condition
of affairs in Germany, where equals are in connexion
with equals, is also as impossible in Russian public life,
as it would be to transform the moral relation between
father and son in the family into a mere legal obligation.

: - -* y

sax pnyw f f soplelPy onti entirely fr* tit
State. .... .. .T.'
The following anecdote may be an Invention; gut it
so, it is true to the reality. Whe.V 4iP ewitsch stood
beibfore Warsaw In the year 1831, a an recruit
pointing to the fortress said to a veteran, "tihaoneel
appears to be very firm." "Yes,'. saMl the v6itdaa..
"I do not believe that we can take It."- But if th '
Emperor commands it." replied the recruit. '(That
alters the case," said the other, and we shallU take It
then" .
The following Incident, on the other hand. Is related
on good authority. During the burning of the winter
palace, a priest rushed through the flames,,in orderto
rescue the host. As he hurried back wittt, he sawa
.soldier on the way.through the smoke, and asked him to
go with him. No," said the soldier, "1 will stand a
my post, but Rive me thy blessing." Tihe priest dItd 0
and saved himself with difficulty.
This child-like obedience, which at the same time s
an eerwevt of passion and fiery zeal for the people-
this latterly authority, which Is also the power of the
State personified-gives to Russia in relation to Weister.
Europe, the position held by standing armieslu individ.
ual States. Russia has thereby beentransformed lto4
rigidly disciplined camp, which, by the single factthtltt
holds guard on the frontiers of the West, prevents uMse.
less and unmeaning struggles, which at present would
have no more significance than the brawls of the early
Polish parties. By this internal discipline, It is wht
Rome was for the ancient world, which put an end to
the ontinual wars, especially o( the Greek, nations
when they had degenerated Into useless contespgsa&
mutual self-deatruction. .. .
True, Russia has remained quiet .since 1848-but
only, IlMe the few prcatd men of the West, who Ia se-
cure possession of tlifr internal merits c&oiuld look
calmly on during the raving and fruitless efforts of the
mediocrities, being certain that tee nature of things
would maintain their rights, and that the mediocrities
after their Illusions were scattered, would return In a
still greater degree to their original insignificance.
Russia can only gain .by every Western Revolutiou.
The pride of her people in her disciplined might would
gain fresh strength, and receive complete justifications
while the West were writhing in the pangs of dissolt-
The-experience, which has been furnished to every
student of history by the year 1848, has certainly not
been lost to Russia. She is firm, secure, consequent
systematic in all things-and hence, it will always, or at
least for a very long time be baher policy, to look quietly
on duiing the future revolutionary struggles of the
West, so long as the conflagration retains its first heat;
and when the exhausted combatants in their ccnfusl6&
shall know not where to look,.she will step forth as me-
diator and dictator, or in the last extremity, as in the
late Hungarian struggle, will be called on fur aid, and
will interpose with her military force, and quench timh
But will it always retire with the same disinterestet-
ness, as in the case of Hungary, after proffericgktha
wished for aid I
The qouestiun resolves itself into this. .Will not the
people of the West be still more distracted and damage.
ed by future Revolutions than by the last t -....-
No doubt they will, for the old culture must needs
give way more and more in order to make place for a
new culture, and benjce Russia will be compelled to ad-
vance further with its military force, in orderto maiL
tain the order and coherence of the Continent, whith.
demands the maturity of the new ideas.
She must go still further forward in order to call out
the struggle, by which the new ideas must betested-
What has hithereto been nianifested in the germ of the
new ideas cannot contend either with the Democratic
popular, assemblies, or with Parliaments, or even with
a single Western Government, not excepting the French
or Prussian and their singularly ordinary ministers. A
struggle with a Manteuffel or a Maupas would truly be
too small for the new elements of culture. They wish


that it was a man whose last wtll had been lestroye t.
with the design of defrauding an orphan girl, an Shat.
when reparation was made he would cease to troubles
the housel fIwas also reported that parttesresMMdinaq.
in the city were implicated in the unholy traisaito.,
and that efforts were silently making to brlngWthe in. to
justice, and restore to the orphan what she lohg stiat
should haves pdbseesed-a goodly fortune t tI"' .""-
All thi gossip we relate as it is current tn te n'.jgh-
borhoodofT the "haunted house" and 'say nothingli -re-
gard to the correctness of any-pordlon save thattse nobs-
eos are heard--ofthat thdre 0 s nO question, aoidffs"ola-
t-on ofthae mLtterwod ". .ea"iL."-inte.rt stg g q 'ondg-
sid erteinMToffaRCb Late Ghost"
: a, jOIZIV IWA 4

r 2

every mall brings ii f6tei ag ee a`f some awful cats-. *ad the chief departerpnw^ j^q^. t he ihouhi ran l ~ W^rC' Ani e
,:, 1 '4A. 4 0 : -Y trnvhe and losa.sf life, in works uf thip characer tun.itb1h ib aP d p a re bi puros. hwith oopstoQutrtse nUt -Reyn c Fr
4A'TT "^'^ ^ -^ ---.-t **\ ***-t ^:w rk W here the haTf^^n 'wi tite&$ daivert h4 P !poPefg y a j dies ;Ar ,a, o a a O H o
er-h l~kbth-e~ ddtFe IyD~ .aort Aooa,'dT
'- ~ S 9 O 4 OO *M sandy aid gravellyL ,ch ecr..,.gtqP t.ntudermtuinlQ- tbeL riWt, "I-rp e th fflt eabe J Brig
. .4 T" .. .-' .. ., ,. the surface eartf houldt hq removed. In cyoting, the l p$ 5l f (atp rt1 a i p F, 9p JhG ri .tro Sa a r a. c s
a U. ^ O,*- ---- .. ; greatest care ehrsyldrhb fp a arv d 'I op e ^bo~ogHs 'ze 'c n w n o e p fr s a y p ; ox
U.RTH .R C LshORNIA EW S. : haft as ut td eavein,... .., '[Eerald, July 20. do o 4 o
T eT h stea ii, reN ar-1 a "steb 16W' tthi A^ ant whlt W L F_ ahrop n,Sasta.craz; Ods
.NaYyCQma rr edo ee rive ysterd d whichportsh poi; disever. f-airear ,w h t Joam Cdlt ia, Whi g 17 y ft
y at I o'clock, from Aspin all vila Kingston, Jamaica. th.e 19t.h I_ ...Sh ,,rigs d Los Age s n dedilB
zne ..m,, .ae. g~s.daaewfiom L~os Angeles nfae Commeift ozi-ifthl 6 Wrh o iwhl 6 i
-:. -? ae'0hb46 .brings thrs Lh dred'. assen.- -teen days... n from San ilego we h "ave A- awa my. ti n impos ble totreaso n ith m bn capata i pitbO a s she
~ rig throwhnfted.' assn-.S ? ^^ ^^ fi ^ ^ ^ r^1i a. i^
peers. to tSuch brutal eutreg i.'ed theta srojng on1otQ
&sthbea:]ffoia ijle'A ion s'andtrt tho The news from the S ?uthern eonntry i xidtlyr &ds.l ie hs;
... f .....Wi r.. .- . . m fit a-y..}rooe,-wflv- King's ttivhi-. '
*iddbIlldi T.D fregbi f .ig t lfi, e-th dr d slat sd 'l u n th t:P Qf n oteu.9 rep; was aex ru8tor an. lg atOtB y t s h pr3 rom x ia o h
%" s'of p en ': :- Ver, the dii.6 of the departure Of the O atio to thie e t he
t that.B .., ....e. an o....e ,.a t p .en o...h a,.,, t er t d4it,
he*8ellr r o n th e th di S antda.r the desert t had cbvolred, anddyserdHd ta-dlluh... o ie rJ BeC Wi g -ho odya ,
.... ... ... . it'd afDu r),Au rijs4 oil .A'mant gennra c t fa o e f t realract-
S" ]ft'j i h a1.i on 'the 'eveding "of arms against the whites. The disohactron was-.saido br ual passions las o6 Rla d
S oh" a E Ie Qd ls i o"qhe m orno.c olg . Th e -" 3lo t a.,aqng -tribes w hose loAal y ,_ 4, i tS41 t e o pK- ra eJ u. fW 'e W t W" B k a o s (r cos 12

ilesert'buse~ ^ ^ A Enoryd Wiloot 12d dcapys~a^ J fro ^ B ^j ^ ^ scon,,q
ih le .9 i i ato much better thaKn ltbston, The uprising, wa rupsrti d tohe, l h sn t L u E Ih n Ta S hS bl .
,A ." r al b .' .c .... .. I-; v ro. i
T he b ettier fii ljomaA th e ttheu' rl ik hTh e d-arthe- t he of h p a rt o tW 5 ei :. - l r l d, Ok Fr god
4.#r-' ^t Telnprevlu. Very little fevera iq io!&ra ri ed at the time of the Ohjo 4epdt ; wt e x, A t es at o 1 Wso a n Vaa Jly -Shi oooc oe y,7 S rs
pe led Seedry eo i J y i B ira -y o f B ow to k e, el the r' ot I 6hrt W T W hsa ara ot 'c o m W C t 6
S- 'i-- t- -Weregre't to hear of the deah of ond of.the... '- ....n. d ri. e nrly d

^. i '^ ^ ^ ti' i-- * "' i-. Ist rtU~e y, ba beea tem po arily detac ed fr m Saa Sm ith4Ohlwha E lo;,NbnhaaiCyclspo,-Pertiraa,. Akoreusaa cEmily ba k Boraroso
S .The. passengers report thG Es. .l o, an old inhabitaqt of, the sputbiert country.. On ThuRs a y Msar.o o. 7 : 1 .. P a
Gae5n Jier trip up with the ho. I f ....... A general court marital ahaa been ordered for the ex-. PE cifa sicb.Mr adl 2
-GDe,.d. e atrpp with,4 theohent,of Infantry, so C |.are ^ ofC tQ'eCao the drcir acraintn t la
lost many of the: sol tersfrom.,oholerE. s mall arao o f. hetg d st .,I o la e rtr t a n
.o. . . I. a e f Col. (Tqafg, o. Jn afc r a ou A ne ad tO i S ip aW o, o h an a e 1tY liS am ip r mot Sth r a A o
Iv iVvy n a qk ; ork Vity. I t 3 5O Joar L Stir;' b rks Frooce s & L os
.had. very mui.. .abtq4at Kingston, ibut was, still Bgoo as practcab pf Sa p IeDao. It is 1 nsW 61d lare it E. Wem irerSxh nd
.. ...... .. .. ie i h "i~t Mj" 2: Cox to Mis-L -
pp.valent in a##. gqft C phe Island. There had composed Cfie 01 Ars: Crevqt tLie t u r C a o at 001 a ai
_4I-r t B a d. B o lo Ro fb r t o a o ( P
.... "t h "1"*- I*i' b- b P, Frafce, "Dr. R.ayaqkil

AlQ.iact Exchange ,. B. $682,014. A.aos........ 146' hc 'a 'e~en' fo thhOcef~ nn ,,..eath Sacramn to Jul Jly..t uyS. ^ dl oSeae~~tria htn.Beii;
a~ yCa .:B e t .G, ,, Ji oseer', oownle-Sacn0feaao '.F SascFids..
-out aA I oh ..W 4. -a'ry, C5p4. 1 p. blL e t, PaA.erao ntd M 4s. F5fJly 1 iH dr d 0fi nt trailer a 4 Jaly' 17- Sh a Sark oc PUifraw nd daic rsta (C ri g
SLieut. Sl:er, at: 1Liert Ed, y. Judge Advocate. a 9dla-9n Juyoly Bo.o, Mn.D.8, K Smk and l .a aSt rao
eWha en,& tw.. hou rs, out from. Kingston, T V-a DVt at Hw.n, a 1 o F Ca, a ro i; os ala, lBaa o
*A.dA opan by aboat ro e & ......M.... st3 Pattersdon, 4ai Mrtllr has thee fo'ddred. by Lieaut oig AOlVn o t: Bohen to Miss Ji.o.i m m S co.
M agr der i p6spio ar0lydS Vl o tr boat from the k M stegm lofagfidcr temlorar, annto_.ov.aaoilecinoolatBalkeocharaeils
tnbrinraa. Shon. h.. d 6,broken one of her-ynen, the s hbseanced6'a6t on thatpiace, s eid that h fe has oeeNiow wSn Diego, on SiJnday, July IShy Judge J J
0; ~ o s $ n 4 S a n z p o l S R Osta k M i aple e 'a i L y d i a Chn s a h a s 2 O h i p 'a i d a d B h W o o
,td s sevdaldayd behind her, tibe.T Oh'the 5lth, t nAurnlshe d ih p se s, arillery (slEpruuder) solprO1 U 4.t lejh sr na eii ancac e n a n ti l
: f e e o d g ps d e tent az.. eour_ ,dsar g thp absence of a pRrt of the Nei* jS"' D" Mt
...ioat.... S,0t o A\Vinaaenber ..H...o Kno s'Dob.s e 2
6 bfw s nd. of St., Dotitijo paided,-.the tve6dp,"folid-46af'p .0ot on e'scidrt duty with -the'offiCeii ,' .n DsrtJue1,bVBho a =ilV.-ns'
'tamer:Sierro Nevada. who' left San -Diegotdn. the 7ch inst.' to l onstituta a'Obfiit ge Bo le dw. ~.- T sl

.~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~ ~ Geor:::::; Boy to^3:-;;: Mis *tFllep^%^ ? ya;er^ ^^ ^M'o^^ ^
S Anon the p s by t 'Ohi is a -f t16's of-inquiry at Camp Yaturma Second Lieut. J. Siemm r In Dedeet- n by Ei2rffteaC h- Dab 'o Ss
Ii nAr tilery ',se b'37 th O i tarie ad hans temporarily detached d oiiiias o e a g o Ne t r a, aad froPr t eoran S
""Wa',o Son...i.. 6 251el. im msCon aic l w In Det Yet, June 21, b y: Pa '
ao .m;ud rbC Sloat and th Navato54 0 rnisslon whiC. h was ,5LufisRey and placed on duty the .'sl r nI to e Juno_ iiT b y le nTha s Janexpy, M .an apair; ,
am' todCa~l~d ir,'ia'to, ielelct a site for a NavyYarL The .iego.' % I Df ; leh i t MDo W
5 SI3 i e w ztaa i ..o f- Ja7nd S Jly ,,Sb p Sea Ntc h tt a har sc e halBird; A er uo
-'g i ogn ahy '- The following additional Army intellignce Is ,3tpgaets. n M s B K : bab s
wssaen&r. ;sq.. 47pqa 0I -hetlthro Inn :ofa efs' toi Mipe. Casha i'e C cido SaCa., 'pnDth teen n Ba aa Sida i
Jop t Pot am,.wolfi; S aaall .yd..y.
J:)ied, a :#s~Siwralrap'ro thbractthP E.c.
Did'nall, on the I t, E. Major.zO. Cross, the Chief Qua rtermaster of the, Poofid Ax ne tien plac, ai-r. A' ix.F. MeSj 2 habada to Mf.R ith ,M n, a
SW . Division, i now on a tour of inspection in. this c btriet, and Polder. d
-Jq.,Qf(Toupmtqp, Mass. J ?x s B. Goano, (Stemau.) Aojudge from the thorough 'manner in -whfih ahe hsasent o 4 B'ra; ib aE d, do,
O ur.. thanks areA tendered to teo. E. Fair-, i sa teis at this ddp tr h it, s t s he u lrs n prag.; A th ri W th, 4l. o y Sbi ev B.A deu aa e haac k
preatlgood to thia iarnica, We underwta'ud that he has than '
thUid;' Esq., Purser of the Ohio, nd to Adams &o Co. far expressed himself perfect satisfied with the'ra e. Jun 14,on board the ship Vapaiso, on the passage f'ro4 uchR. p a B ra M. Sa
snentsf-A of~t r his depart m ent. to-' S an F ran cisco, th e J of Ja m es og. oi.4: Bt'icbloae; Raeslaisiif s eeoa no
-:vjid Wellel"Fargo & Co., Express Companies, for prompt mant of Nis departmeC t. daughter.''.c
TR&iN FOR TH E COLORtADQ --2M~aJo? MoKinsftr dispatched uht..
nd ,-valuable favJ ors.-, D. '- a Eagl ef 'qBii ecvi.tSmf ehsie m ocani g; ,ith su O Rfaeso
-.---Mr* ^ y ^ M r^*B~tltf**D< M C~ll -ff' ada train of thine -war gons. t is moni sgd i t h p o for r--*----' I s o Edu/y p B Rs le rn B da P
B. S p eie 'List ra W C :li A Cam Yr msa. aT e expected to. arrive in about 'tenc -Di ed F a re O O ya i l
:ias tc Ei chaoge k O A. Jac~ obs .. .. ..i"days W e' obdervoe sno of the wagons, a fins r1hale boat; D e C i oaWieBs s p
l acu E,5 which is designed we' me, for the service of Vasnien is y e nr o si ogae, bf S Vro m aged 41, |oc. 22.r tos es, Portico, (C h Ro e
-Adama& Co..; ...... 564f.586 A. Fubes. .. 5,520 Co 5 Yacht Glub.. years b Lic
Duhcan, Sherman & Co. 8,700 N-Cwhoauso-& .......... 15,000 'Thb e tbs f the Y um ias e n now rapidly maturing, and C N d o gor Me 4 yes r e ro io C i rar! Rio l ad p
W n.o.% ilson & Son .... O' ,09 horer ........... ..... o,- s expen iced 7,4 'm 2aj r a i Jn m op
Doekham -& 05 ....,..... ..163 o H.- A eqrjoos...... ..... i N tmh t' a o l i s o r a tong oows~a o 1 t-Oh o. 26 y aisk. i a u h 1( i 2 a s
A . .. A- Cla ,404 B:arsoiyas .......... 130i,00o expedi-ion will soon 'tabs the field. IT the planting
.A. A'- Chapfiinpva .2.".... .. 46 u3 oa 4t -aAtDgav- evJrhy 5yas
-S. uRobbias & Son.....i.. 5,100 Order ......... ...... gr...d. of the. [ndians-and ones laid undr em arge 2 years, JoP
'Wi.nHog 4, o ...... 31,200 Sboni & B .... 7,000 Y.uma, like Capt. Soosts's ooon,, might as well come down and
'Neyr4& 7hh Bt.Jtus6f, Germ any, 24"psars Gesonge Kentw cnthjj
5.005 A>,Vai .Valkenberg ...... .10U0 cry mercy. ot. omford Con., 30 years.
.3%:. ppleton.& Co,.... 7,000 05., ka synolds .......... 20 AeS ie
O.Fre........ 1,500 Chamber& & El ......... 5L002t-,unR u
0tomford Iem, 0yars ar A
the 4th. wthi-Juhh 'Rt Dngan, St. Charles, Mo., 23 years ; Gori ro"
..66-44 0.-Caulfm rna..... _.-. 6,300 ei4.
-,-. Danio ol .6 8.137 0.CMoNulty & Ce ....... 51,750 named Joseph Caddick. &u altercation occurred heo
8Jl n,480 Collies C. &'Co ......... e 3 o tween the sheriff and Caddick while the farmer was I- 2t-au t p9es E
': roxolp&. Cet. -4... 0...0.. ,000 Morc on & Co ...... 5,00 trying to q ell a disturbance in a dance-houoe. Toe t e s k '- yb t o W c s Cr S a r
J, Bloimingnale & Co... .20,250 A. Fobes ............... 1,9 parties tepped a -sa from wO in wYd2 yer m ii
..I) S Willytr.s1,181 -... 7 :A & A .'. 10,000 upoin the sh6rlff to defend htimbelf, at ahe -to Sr ioslon, a I
Jo 14h, A..,.let ......d ea. Dg brig E O
Watof & ion. W250"ells. Fargo A'Co.s ... 21,17 dicargiug a pisO. him. Mr. Barton -returned
%,- .9. Nev,. Yorzk, ,1.4tb A. H4.Pickett ft ; 250~, Joh-a.Ah:;
.'M.Fj.:Hurd &:Co... 25478 WI.eeos, K'& Co A0500 filr, ago thtn three or four shots were e,.-hcnged, one
Asso m Cotter . 1,884 of w i s a uth, Matt. Sneveos, Pa.% 2 Ji
H. 1! 7. Freema. & Co. 1.50.0 C. M. Thomas ........... -2,857084 of Allw hLMain ; u0th, Whim. Satlate, N Y.; v i Bgt
4,b. NeabaoodU-... .;. 2. 5p6pFor T. & Co 1.' 2.000 unte aing-lhe .lungs. 'The wound was thought to-hea : ra-Hanker.N.Y.City; 0th, ss CarolinePace,
Vdd .&,Westt........ 1 7tR. W. Trundy.......... 4,000 serious one, The sheriff gave himself up, but was di f gan;L1th, Alezaneor BlackMqneu County4 Ohio Total-Ne
: UJto.. . 2000( Cardy -.'. *.. bagd4 ilie gnoin'thhs he attei in selfgdoefense. 1ie deaths I0 b owfe
o..W. Aspinwall ....... 15.129 Renet A B L0 The Fourth was celebrated with many rej'Olage the residdoseof Mr. C. V : e f F s
A. H. LuaAk & Co ...... 6.0(10 In hands ol Pdssengers, 500.00d
.Bhlelss M W.... & -'-.! 0-'1, :I ..San. Diego,and-Los Angel,-. In Sanrte BR-rbaro a ls -in san irancisen,. D Summit e alo
C. W A.'A. Thuomnu ...... 3,000 Total.. ..$2,520,654 94 great00 enshusiasm w es manifested. The amnrrauo ho gu23 as -
S-'ooder:.;.'-.':..,..-.. .....:4,70o0 'the patron saint of C eitforola heopenilog upon the"4th AtS lF .t uy e n rsa
'.andIscifYa am-t- Jr*2ShpPtoo,(us. Woffr inp
.... '" ..; ' of July, the natiee population joined w itha hearty good "A t o o d 3 B n a a C u y 7 f tro d fv- E l~ i o rI C w l. 5c S d e i o o nr cg G s
L][ist ef P asseInge r"so -. .. will int h e celebrationo. '' B ae a fP ia e
pBso nlas i t e'.t y : f r O e s l i b s l r as r r o t r n
4. Vrs~. Desaldo, K. Foster, ,. Fr~eideuherg, M r- Hart, A. FROM XHE 05 PU L AtRE V A LLEY .-RF M o R RD A Se Fr ci o:n tle 29 b u y, Z ph i b Ho e, f Jly 5 N cat Tb ia Br) K pr, a a
TSodd,. R. G; Boone, .J.. Ous, B. N La-nan, St. M oFeely, SLAUGHTER BY IND iANs.-The fi-',iwlng lnforma'isa otu as, n'hl~ ei o hsao ilr c i hotr-n G ro- hs bi
G :/. S j. A :; u g~ t t A S h aylo M .,s b a n g er, J a d L ord si At N s a a a c o to 7 h J l o d y e t r ir h ( u h) R eS i ir y a b r s E la F o es
.t u d & P at 4 S h w, M cs G o e. J d g ni o w aa no( m m u raica te d to th e e d t r o L s ~ ~ s D e lia 1F... w ife o f W ~m : C P ra tt o m r y o u u N ~ i r i o o r y n a p r l n ~ a b F l o s
]B..turra ,R..B..StenrlL J. T. M oors, J. C._gaton, A _CGarb, Sar.. It m ay bie-a diierens version of a s o y r c ve sh 5 d y ar f h r c b r ar : '
-MakA. 0 ='D xte r, S ~ an fo d J. a. Pur~iy, H[. W l~liiaios 5t.4$. 15n !hls place a few d ays sloco from the U p r d n J e P d o ly at H w ns -B ,Imo m e Ri r
F~i ser, A. J. M ernim a n, D -G rt e M] y. sad 2- children, M n. '" fWIIn : A palsy"' of t~h en -w ho 'h odsi neon p ro p c i g o'tc r c, G i T o s~ m n a s o t r e C a
,1 .eadgl~ast.M~r. M ofal] Mr., Bre~tt-n, M oEIo,0 bled,, Mar.- through the Tulare V~all-y, arrived alou we yesterday. tP n Pl ici'7 ~ hre'B w Ouo d ad I e e m sa
,1I P ier o A'S T jier, bins.' tores, W Go: line: A They1. report that at the Fqur. C reeks th ey 6bu sd toRe In n tb sis A o sl g c4 a e o t ~ f2 d v o t a e ho.U et S o O o o J l B n o t
-cB!:Jacksone, 'S3io tti.A rnm onn; U S. A M rs. Jones 2 ehsid66o a dians' ver yr insoleoc, but h od, no sei,-io os srou iie wi t I So r m t J l 2 of' oi u f en M u se h y n In a o is r m r d ibs i o uc he D er. L t B n P c
.ap.dpaevaot,Mnrs..Chagan,2 chlod en,..Coin. J. Dr Sloan,, U.- 05 "thvrn. There w ere som e eight ,white m en Iliving about th i t y a f45aepss etFr- ot osi otdy bc oo c
.4p-lt'. Og'den,( 1.1 N., Lieut.' SNgobr,. U. S. N.',' fieos" S. F. .the Foipr Cree ks, and forming a setfremeut for farming hostbbroasses o ooobs rr uc
- Blunt..l.sF ir sioffet M i ts. iay o d.iss` airMi'. G -`P~rer`.`xune s 7`;x. ~ eDelltseur,. purposes. Several .days fe sr l t r e s ets e ~ s o i e rs
o Chams, J. ." Coa~s,- Miss Hal!,' J. (. Helarh mao, "k corU e k ,s m 'aa ame into et s bisoree m oasmypr siandiiue aa
BReieIbn'r, fady aedr'child, G C W arkide; 5W"A. W atsone C,. i reported this tthe eieht w hit me ab v al u d o H d t 5 Vd 2 y ar z sk y of N w B f rd M s.
..r.s. n i nto p si-s n od e r ij y; a sts
S Bell, 6.: .t. Gibbs, -(leo. 1S Nqichols, St SobbrdamSobephilai l dabrthoTu

.o.!# .BxpresB, 'Mlr. tevens, Wei s & Co.'s Express, Mckr-. made to return and ascertain the truth of the report, .At Sla~ e Creek,.5th"Ju~y. John ..Cart ight, aged 25
-*" i, Mail Agj,,u, Mr. Berry,'Berfo^brd'&Co.s Express 36 in ".but the guiden,. (friendly ndians,) who evidently 3earmlaae of'Werkeo Cout, M o irow aa injl re *
nd ca]S.and 176 in steerage~o : '... ... ,placed confidence In the sttemeent, deolioed condactioff iver mtb i ng 'n of
.themVack. and the party a on to l We Onboard the boEsthefr con'herpasAg from ths Mhe 'iB
C lfrni -a'en.n- :give the stdr~y as '.webeard ft, but If there Is truth in anpu;oto
1.; Ihe. news. frofia California has7 been,.an- iete*oya eer t bti hr stuhi Acepuico to San,- Mr. BI-;etliy, of Muchigan d^2,lf f h a;budit oubaRvr
-_;r. w e s'ball learn m re.fn the course of a few. dayj. [ D. P. Pe, kibs, ,,ltinopie."
Aftlpated: by the Prometheus, btit we extract dre ia-, Faorable acc ou n^ fa the steJunewaryJohnrar
ltetsitg alDrticles from theopapera subsequent to-orr" southern country are givenby'tbe paper" Tnere wl. yeart, from WtrenCol. go"
be.. evinp.d..a. e!? c, ,! " 'r ilagn quantitiis o g a ,--
STA1T-MEK-T OF ,TOOPS iN THE PA&CIIC Onions-ba ve .beewfp Ourchased'at sit cotM
] i2SIGNjiL-,ND THEIR POSITION, ON THE 1S7 -JLv, for efprrtailon. Grapes and poars w. be, abjadaa. ly 01 A KC.
'1852-From- an offictal-,uurce we have receved'cae, Apricoteand peaches are muoh less abundant than last In Marvsvine, July 15' cholic/AnciC'
"oulowflig" Iit4rstrng 'bd valuab'fe atadidc of the Pa year. late frotlMicttiganaf-agfd.:^ aite.a
We Mi~litary- Diviti'.n:. A..: '.- '' GOLD Di;owdO.-L Me Vea US JL f.-JOnlt6,1V
'We earL from vari. k t, 'ejd^ 3921th ,fosrr: a laca
.O ..o-tiaoo gt' o d--a ... g, :souirhei tfhat those' engaaedt"!in the players. fiear thfe M eap;h D
" 1stArtiiy, co'minandng, ^mpAa L, let. Aitill -- (f-' i. wi- o f1d
^^A.tilrle &fen'.: .. t-'B"-.... .. . ' ";" Nfeee4di...n have .een .. md e n of hih r| of
"j'. fie] c enouag meat g 3. ,
.^eir^~~o, laS^^olsc h rgze witll "maveme betensiade, geplraion he$ Athe- JUL 12.-lar akrOi, aged253easJe arg; Co anWuia^a
:.,. O ,BtArrac*#, Fort Vancouver,.--BrevetlMeajqr J..g
a. Fataw lot Atll y acommandifg, company3 M, Ost A aev3ral V, of coalo $e been R aw'seyr Co iin Ile ated 64 yes. D 0 7, 11A
"crfill -a e !e, R een two hpicsnens of quartz,' -i& sea rwick -heex., t ageoly Vears a a, A.
I FoindC,2Or. fao -rd; N ing-arboc, Port. 0rfrd. --ist,.Lient. w.I av begetly' jiuretify a ]e dgef Yom& Baltmor. a 25 yel u
,,W...Sta^ .P1,eom t..Drgooa cers, b7 mffi.. .. '. Drathlonoi m is city. a ze di be r

*fhi"tpty he ro hi i~ty.Te dscvrerof JLY13JhnVito, 'ance, '^ aged^ 25., B.s Colo
.... yLvoptwi. 'Flb C..- Riadif, .. Upver.. -'iacra.4ento--tst...-h p lze w -lwak ore ektainve explorationsInte-o Gvri
,aient. N.-..Dai.s, d Ifpantjy, com ding, company 9, .o if a reupae .of Seeks, [u a
y eais; Mose Marehall wvrcoster .Ms,-- au~ed 038jw
; lnfo^ =s qig, 4 ies '. ...-,S metas.,W e va r al v eins of coal. have been. ;rete'r Cagid Mo j I.

2d nfntr- 1^ Q0AS.-zS,0V1a veisz^ ^ i S ^ of aisd2? oa
_enec:-A BtirgiA&Ph- BeriaitMjr- ew'l dl-
3dntr.. comm Diiding,.c0 mpany eA, .st Drlag A, r "ompa 'es8 e discovered In this County, near the se% coast.. Toe h 0 ; Kar
!31 0fier, 8. Mo. ermetswbn Charles a.8 lb harlest' ,' N. H., l agod. y
4R, F,,pnd, C,.^dnfant7-1: o.c ,18mn. '. ". t ch have. .ee -made, justify the belifta'-gdC l^ M h, .aiiTmiar
eie "ia B. TP Sn Jo' guin.-Bi~ey t.. P.jStone,r Ord--, it l r e bIl eemned Fabpove an t imporie'd co i ar .1;
.a :0am2d~n 1-91 one com pany .ordes-Bad- officer' L6 or s-. eal d
-blk!y ; givepttle or no eind l,and leavesafineash

l.itzge-,19,&n Prag66ns ajo 0aaahi. S.Afirpanky 3d Ari- I- Y^ encnmne tlstacut y glw e -Hanbpkw agetd 4794T@ Ja era, ^ "? 01?? n h~ cn, ged
r.... Pr 0, Sh Pa -wisd. ,Ma S3 : An experiencedd. tickwith havns I made several tests: 11i a4 years.

IOU Reb ningecom yht &d^ KittslRlver. "th dae pffouh la- co nc the' JULY 15.'-Ei. E~ ft I F001143m, Maped 40 A'r onafrieam t 1000a d w i n
... om ndiaa o mp r ia .tieri --^ 'fle, of the coal referred to, infh us. It Infully eq a to Y. a or
,-, Te J ttret do pane, snt r.--apt.H.,, Brtong d Are b ty ofndianhe sh oneter used; fdr welding sro l or fa -Iin.d W e in A me-
; cU~lson ae ey R e mpultMoyede n. R Beasonwil pAr- b l ae l le d bF. amara, Kingston, Cans bo a6 d the ngisrq..; Albert Be trdl
.-b"Veryeimaleing,alon pn F, -, o 4 metals. We are unable in-apeak` of that xteatf the,
men. t s. com ,For a... t. areot or. fore been .hae by.there Maiss gat her i Ohio,' adg0ddiy.ars;
".Ciesioi, SBi DiegosoBt. t er Art larrra tinBe e t eamr or. veins. P tions a o to g by
.4mmmtkimbu"e company 1e, loit Ah ilerdy' la officers,,97 Ma30. somi ofo Or t eite*6bs for a.thtrough expworvloy. wib. .-A thron or glbotvAv:ld8a F nc o g
V1''or -#a.]f_)uiant ;c n ~n,'Colorado 'RiveA-"Bt3op Am ej" -S. ei"anP Eleintz~lmaka,-,2

2Infeplrnt f~;r). onu-nnin coino;Part1 D -. Oro d 1 2d the'bree. A .' "" Ci'd that bet ee n h Idftsof ~dathe Uppger S;m Joa^ Wng tpain r. ~ t Te decae Francsbe o; mag v ed 8 m ont6 ;,lqo, y(oe h ee o
-al.-1 ofTihera. 188 men' r of .t....... 01 at coa nd Gabriel to enialeHttgat.s thef'sred not ofr d 'Siritj 1. w fe r t m n e o o g
lt~wdd'' gKeei a j~ a,3p.O' "oel aieltos .. [A lt& Cal~i Jul# 25.: hoLJ2 a.
2d Infantrycommasdiag, co m A, 2d In ant f.--S rrsi a "Ya '
t. F Moct aW,..TriTper" r San 'foaqua.d.-- .Bt.'"".... MajorI Ge Wo. Pawa cae . .. u eeir Diittbine,
.... Brinfranty., mnr,., avail t aad K. For several -days we have awaited with L 20.C. Giair France 4 yearn
a r,- 7 4 f^'&n dre 'et.adlmeen....". naldetable interest the su ltiof th e t he .T o ron ei r.ou
R..ltigeald,10i .Pr;g 6 o dn i fi arivh'. t'thanyot9 potq thy. a ,b.d been. commenced a t l-st accou rts, by '^^^ e ab lat, e.r L eby re u

2?%^ *~~~~~~~~~ ^awhil erive at thkinoWansa^^^ u^ or^ _ge dbot 30. years.Dtvswloit tdii r eia atn
, -i '- :.;ItwUL (hfl/see t "a-" -Q, .. the no" i ei oeovi rbt n eig bo th e thet nei'ghbo rh1od.of, ..
" ;a hold gimek t e i a f, ,short y .epLe tn:0e "mis^ er.' At thed .,. o last' "o nicnLtaftiun .
th tl atia ,ho lp rom be- tertaited ot toheirs successs. In -dfrom the o Uple S panJo organs tiM onse ..of,
"d foeur" .emlantem. at rea 1inJ sbla Barracks, ,tary characteri#a4. gote .torh, against the ,disaffac J N 3 y ea p

. I aca u ver.-|0sas sit.e vom a r,.t~ i laon a. P..c w age~egss. r0tm' i ....... ,.s .. ..... aS ......... ans. P..,T ., ,.PWB..r ,T.. ...... J Van ee, Jarv Ee. 13aker, aged 1 year; Q I.. 1Ke, agedri,'

t.t]ivr ; eidle .ism 'an con T .rt ..e.y'.w th. laath, Ojl nd .=o then Spais rdu e frF]t.ler Tdns were oed read edih^tM^ Jil r10 ojc r lA Tecfc BBdterwvs a eoer nt
(oaane; Com iho]t.TeGpanyne-' gi e. 04.'" 'o 'f C FPO enone betwen a Qqq prt o~h l .n
,"lo n9 irke om panlth e 9i .1st iDdgeds 6 mand practice tep of d rendiatnaofnyte 4'h to. e which eel e ei g d a n
sh oul 0, be eamployed 5!O w f'ea ofexcorio S t Whto'ewe expert a orshe and td H tvem- ljfiel
'n- e.; ia.. anya oilnaoe., Koee faAor the moitalhe f e are nforemeMd, wetrat o 2me d Ln r agc t o a
la '. of opera.iens Fi o an, On.bey ._n benounte been ma party of Wt-hd o a nd fann ofoly ghhch m [ Cotel t i New-York, ia ae k
v. b,.er t wibtes i emplo onyeaf hroad. thea rtylh B ev t waro rs f for m k ie the band of e r y, itwaB day w Oa-Tati i ard;th 1
w] a~r Fith the ercasu e 'W! .."g[ 6fiaan ha, und er n o l thnd ahemou nfatai1., 114 We arn .- rtlpom y i f ta c

* ^ ^ '"C^ ^ t ^ aevi e t h Gla,. -T.ethrd c mpad | no.e g~ol 'vo e' t e hteg nddrveth m ro x et v
P7 exnidtin ir yBjMdy .qi rntle -fAoi, l d mtdh-targoa "a cated, doia g gtood .Indians oi the. Upi pbiirf aer Syn

W* S ^ d J ^ ^ too of 0 6 6 eope66 jF 4 :_tnf ael nta e ee m de byga he in
..Croali., iiiiiep. ..W e t- he~g ar0i ia grai.eis th warrior ofoun r midan ble tribes, in ha ostng e territor lg laibp isn 'Tedeew eogdt
::^s^arc..Ks .h W e ;...._ o 1 6yof thS i orr pa.Nev s .and withallon frcse to c oven apogli
.. .da ,tjarii( iF e ighte la *amps.i. e hnn.d[ed-re- lat fwll h etohe TiBfiare Indpan wn- Gaae, bot dlieaoe '6 eee en rdn.
ivae~fo Ft .~ 0-f powi, ted iv..enT~ l. vi themselvesito brng-4 into tnem fiomteld a ainst thIeinqui Sabt llig
: n.-expcl be wedn g df 4 t-mtbe.gir i ekle IabRect tha em.-e Whther, -n icsu ofc h e, elat os betwen Joj W llt ~ pitr h e6''dh'W nfrmn er
Vrailh- 64 pfi;?4 -fin t oe. 6 r;er'h se,E'co* d..6 .' '. unre and U th e tribes re hlaye dtsgt.eo eatr n. mer oiet 0tel~ d i ftns nw eid'nN w
-e, U ari~i P -K#r Sira.ead3 arod alongl Itsilrg' basey ai covenan ex i n ding Ora neC.SteofNwYzk
:~~ ~ ~~~ vt:rl~r ,y ~tsch the ~be douted t'w-etime- ofuar cna.=O .h. dmie tbosa..s ,:ja--.eind'o.pra, alis ,b.ra,'v'
.. l .u..a "ri5 W ,4u0: yp
.. td 00eA -i h. -- yav tfl, VotnOlvra lse
N IC G...e ,gionJ byhl matty firn. whie rcght be ieauc"-'d gor Maine. .,.'e,.d .....
hpt-W e shopr4,e.table, .dindeda d t me hd Asues.'"n l subjetn them.da$ -ofi, th- 'pns `h6 .Jnso
be ~ ~ ~ ~ s# p-141z iAriiienieu byi "irhich our, shppn inlgf~adl C.. moP ro. .cvom trubesr A.d was
: t- been ofdg hJal.jrI tedaa. inetch ed, a r"E e veyg i Tlarindfa Utash~ tlexilyxs;o r ~ei
4-. kh, 29,aly. .:.~~o9 ...t -aioq .. bhe P ad ,e I Thi '.nr.SI
XFU o.ealr.thei t,'II -aSiIPryWS
fhud b to ji, to. ......i"At~b''t. bfex r te iabtiIsmu W e60 e."ht rorIn' :-in gatS t sFlt
.re-.5t! m 1outh. :244y wereeegge A.el horobhlet, .an em 'awol,
,.om e c a. senat Wth-a O'u y r.40nJAa v Iut O .e e Ad'oes-j .O eas
.lom .Vwllan~l afub lhhgta ... on .. I gstt .th very h $ap'lk' theilbrv. e w~me c;h. theyr 26hJ_1eig,9'nl6aI
.,e.g~ iV rlth of | ..r their imeg from1 the- irdy ofwL therri ory.hrun t : a' s of d Ixttb.tnCt~f.telt'M ,Cjt.ereW
tmluttok g~fldp~r oussre' th r .oublesm fa nd numo, eroustribe4 a'
X.. .. q to '00 td O.'3a1 ,seb~rSaBr
VA,, Aom 0-,e moot geac/resp Ijeot n. t hat, Vlpific and of th-Saish soettlerstely -mre dtroadt& of' h~i u~,th an--JF C 'SH P E
.... yJdma& -th at -mne m aosh -0it th ~er ia .n:d op..c ..t h stetii + fr t hirn bof a y -othe idtien 4h'ut
shod,hlan to k o erains wi Ubrl.a tbes,-.pygkew.6d etot. dos0 s. '.foe.They were -part, h0rf r a-heroi.. and e.;fo
,md-h.~e wBan; JAver- ), 6" s
"e' erbWp 4 rti o ur -iy wbrohAd, xto rid, lyji .done 11 dsto i r e r~ega the terrr of "the- Er dr& ~48 as mVn
wish _- ;LL- meruhants Ibucee, 38 thead30 a;br N eOPC6C,(


!e.o plaeo. This we reJOW18e at aind -o
only0 pEenaio b1?^ alld e t 6fif 6bes tl 4&O .U~PT-' ........ ,
!.n. ..-o that prop ?erfar e an .d attePtion w would have in sured a
U, I.a bhr.` mia6fiE k aNIr hiUdirf hrtality AY6ng.the poniiioik @6 1ffM~nntanhka-,"i9 Chain, of 1Igkew. -
... dierg. Toe survivors and their officers are no on of The N..Y. Trbune..
.).Draade' their. W y ,-...Beni Califorria, where. rethink a 7 w ST AxHoNy FALLS, Tuesday, g 5T4
-, ( a },, . e o u r t m i r t ia l s h e ')a i d b e.. c a n ye n -ed. t o i e t o t y t e W .. n '
..1 of~eers.a mfea~d-o
,e MYrsTERious -8AP"PEARAC- r"Por- singuful -result being madeg
tee, of te fiof the firm of Por-les;1oga 1 Co.left this city ;that somh one ha -Dt beedri dy U observe,
soamhi me three mdntiB ince en' rou 11fo, Neaw-Yora wic i n differn 0ml,< j.I wo it Ion P?'''
d', Hale,. sev.rajl t ousand dollars'd bhis posiession. He ari "il
i;26aa^ at Navy.'Bay *'herfb a' lithtashi. trunk .s
,s. I- liing -dwegles in which wern b1.s, I FrvbiF TOl-at.trie I ntd y, in the bumannature thatr lustetA-t
tr' r, tbing h~a. been senior heard' fro i h104, Fearsare en
Lir rigging-p enteztalned that he has met w'ithl sofi'we foul plk
frpomTu- : a ," ... :" -.- : .,[Fa-a--f-a4a -Aug. -.I?> their appropria a I of, Q no A0)
"r rn ... was hnoised Abroad thit a new lake, 9fj BtIKrg
y:r,, .. WEST INDIES.. .......- '"'''41 b
Sfy~rS *.= ** WJ~.1 mmJ&. *. ?mauitud6,hdbe found in the vicmiit rif.
6s 'd ": P ul,.pVersonis h rJad t
v,?S We have files of Kingston (lam.) papers'! here and there tosed theii AH
1,"'4 d- .." ';-, :,;- "
'"': toAu.21 T711y confainnahingofl-inter tto d a"d '' tode who Vdsi
n Edt0 9
bla's4perm, reader. -d . 'ame spotYerd ago; y, that -they^ 'trtoft-
, Batteri, Another severe shock of earthquake waa experiecedelveg dften rode '& by the plac-," v'id-th6Vgt
in Kingsapn andin -Spanish- Town: at- -,au a qaarter inothi stage of te ntqer'prise,' had i
b before 4 o'clock on Saturday. mpTning, The, ofit f witi the'ea
Ls.. v . duration, and the pjock e t beab^ is just :e : hardly.
al bj-~ r
.,6 aia, l'Y'ayms~I' nld., : grsyterln.: .. :hurcb. 'in'the city w s gop d
uayainaath it wsstped credible that so large a body of Witer. ou4 i gi
Ineclnz, KEY WEST. Bpsnear, Port $nelmg, and be entirely -nkpo*-or
Indepen- unvisited by traders, travelers or huntersiparfiot
Dos 1 /-. Awfl 4H4-IricaKeO mt. ey West and in the 1 kry when they derive'from the, ItfdiaHj
ar i Reed, Guif-7.PLrin.e Db, asters--JKey West as a What iformatbn they' anted as .o'
topplOg. Place 'for' Steamers. passing
ivia,(jr.) through the Gnlf &O, ... ..
Emn-peror, crresponde c of, Te N. t. Triburi. is undeniable that, the geeralityof
Ma,!Ren- KEy WEST, Tuesday, Aug., 24i,1852. the towns and'settlements know nothing of it till:
r. ftatilda; '
mento. We have beon. visited within a few mon,.
`6urier di
rt' er lees violent in its effects than that of 1846, but sufi dian,, hidt available to "'settler, was
. Stewarr, to.'do much injury to the city. and fruit and shade not visitedor'explored, ind nodeacripagagiofit-
ut, Nott' f tres: tin'Ihe vicifiy'. No lives have been los or beauty of scenery had ever stimulated 6unosid in
Henrietta, I.ldg l:
kta hedge and the shipping iD port fortunately has regard, The hot;or ,of m~mg the firk s
1S9ar8s ,Royra', escaped, with. .. but little damage. It bormene lwn l "i'
HSarrson P wt ueit6dme 'o iecdbong oraton- belongs to MIr. Simion. Suev ia, fc
ise, Page, early on ',Sunday: morning, the 22d; the barometerS Anthony, who, in c6mpativ with Mr; C. A..Tit
Cornelia. asking rapidly 'warned us that the gale would increase, tie, et, out earlylat ep'ihk with a deterinatidn-
ramento; atd at, randowni its .violence was terrific. SWeeping to find the myeriouhi lake of'which t'e 46a" "
stn, from the south-east and across the Keys it was not felt heard from Indians and trddena, 'Having,,gsqprr
ng schrs, BO much as -had It been from seaward. Te tide did p
i Pacifc; mot rise above the asu'al mark and no dacaage from rourse by~the copass expecting a much longer
dte ayre, ater'wais n 14,we h aewn e e hn hy1udtesle olgd.t,
itt, Payta ; round the compass and the tide -rose six fdet, cv ae o hycm pni eoe tedywi.
'a, (Max.) nearly the entib buia:;d, the highest point of which is i. si
Falmouth, but fifteen feet above tidewater cark. From appear- localities for making claims; for- this sect
on;Mary ancesathe galepa6e((initisnj~ght tothesoathward and county, embraced in the reserpatioq gerante
G. Doyle, eastwaw, d.,an d' we think at Havana and along tae Caba last year's treaty to the Indians, of lands 6xiend-
eoabt it wa* more sevw-re than on this side of the stream. ing along the M mnesota River abave.LUtte ok
At I o'clock Monday morning the gaie had, entirety will be broughtint.o .market, now that Govroaent'
ceased, but the weather does not yet }ook settled and hbg rpfused to ratit' that porti -t*txn try.
S. Levn wiv.still fear the -return. of another. We have no new

aind ion- ity no doubt havingg business eaeugti saving: the prop the-homeleas Sioux. Mr. Stbvii -k'lectd 1,
ate, (Per.) erty'that this gale hah thrown upon the reWef. di. site flnrding a fine wTtterpower..,on We ;sfr ib
rectiinn of tthe wine was from the ..outh-east, being di. vhich forms t outlet of these lkes, qUG
"on-ahr rc.l upo the fref ^' .ward -conveys. the waters of ULakes- 4,J, n'an
*gn; schr..We fear..we shall bave to record the loss of many ves. Harriet to the mississippi. About t9wolewi -
eels Butove basasyet bfenrep!e-hebarkJas. br P' of ah
longkong; per, Capt. Wade, from Havana, .Is ashore -a earMiles teirtak ofthcbnaud rmts4p-
I east of &iiy.Shea a cargo -frum' actedinwhiM.Sce too pis&
is bound to Na~w-York. Caps, Wade inturms you o.
fdybn-_'''- i His-^^^ bSrother Col. J. H. Stevens, Mr. 'Frzinklin.
ayn "re gp~nffenti'who-wassaboarid.the 1-1 ht i
Courier de cane wa" awful in'the Gulf, and must have been de-' n Strelb and-one or wo other ^enfrii, m bAd i .08.
brigA.nna, strucdveto many vesel. H pke the Lhipu'Ona -r 1-n, o 'th w
cean. BitS, early n the day,-,but thanks her-Bafe as s~le waa runigob f eaa ake buadws b nvr
:before i~t to'.i he w.estward., He saw several, a osncle visfda ai fM w
orv ar of whicb wero unaer bare p,,les and !abori~ng heil ahk o te Bf Wer A eteunwei
a n 'E l ho t, t : T h e N e w,, .Y o r k p a c k e b ar k N ur o ia s a i l e a f r m H a u a t e v h e S i x l n u n e c K s e
amrOho vc te'.yprvof'', ^ A ^be^und Jnoon callrk itn M^t^ ^ ^
uayaquil; ..Eiipr(,.i both werft isgtofKyWto audv u h i>tDmhsbendpea wltjp
h, Charles,, an We'fear areion the reef. We will report,.thena ob ert~d hspirydvspB'eki
inet iijtt'ligepnc0 as It comesa In and as we have opport-wihhea oprvsnsadacmyniee8
nitiesbof forwarding our letters fi/rcmigo-,poe~eda a s rzcws
The maail'now is carried ip .seling veas~els for the ldeweete~e- optbyekb-w~o
'a f h 'woothi of. August. and ffeptember-i he Isaboel, having hergadth xtmng en i w-
eak ~of te bee'nwltbdral fir thepfurposeo~f underg^^ ^ bot8^ xpurr-pr s ti^ isrfs
,^ ^ y K 7 vene ir c owe^
Brnic;u [ oi pr~evansld She is to 'touh' here regularly to: andfrm ghwvsbasto wn Tepiorca
por, a rki Mobile. If this "IA "the :case, she will secure e ry t elr e lk h .b-t tsh n ru d a d t e
ecth Owrec~ioa; i 'al- the 'travel. that has fo~rmerly. 'gone byth'Iae iP hetowtrinh.rfrioy6tilnsta
away top-: fron._rha~leston. Weo very -eedi direct coda,:.aceta ietre te m is ~et~nn

mubicanon witmew-york, ana 'ueimp,.)rtance of Key bfiv h
S b; do. bark West situated as it Is on the gat Californgl t6 tit their ai and. nuele.
ia-July 14, way between Chaagresand.Teutuantepec and Neo.Y)rk, lv^s bfia a- st JaR- '
eley; 18th,. wilIoonfr or later be understood by Me steamboat prnr
Oe, en c., prietora,,snd advantage. wll be taken. of too facility we! Iodl .a Fi. "ene -~ia eo Vriae
ship Gt-eat. to ofld do'l'ac:tri4 o hen k'&
^^B e? poe-as cf coaliog and pir(psiouing. wihout delay atettm. t ldn:Oeuacsoe ote^diac
ilia, Beacd, g 'ce .i
-reseedthe ships past. hrp through tho Gulf Wby should this 1m- of hardip thought. of such a thi'', e a
mense business of tbe'e'steamers ,be ford. upon Ha. Aiio upwa iih.h ea rto e'e'y
vana, for do& Ae shnot throw obstacles enough lat iho way j dea'fladis'n ha boetid. as, quit e aut ,f0
i-'sOfladis goi;!g wae othdA
of theme samo v'easet-l to ohiv them tat they are allowed the questioh.I "it is 'Prff-ctlv im
e- only throughh f*vor1 A large and wealthy chyh -dii-not explain why a L had dI
d bb up0%aiot t .been oxikt Zoufd- not go. w^ W
-, gives Let Vanderbiltor Law to e the lead, abandon Kingstopn
T to.Mi aviasa,,and bii4 -up if eetys tbih possesses- Tlth is.-masi.iu.ine s&.fishness in appioppating, -
d' to the .t.he )tr .d key I Ih & the %Aer ,e o '.e.e1 .e- ,S0.
6 td'vntAges of o*1Hbn,. ail'h tieflicty -of'tralDs9i, 61 tfcol gir~ghtd of fiiwe6eien, rv nDd `the fion_4F oCf'iia-
hQ across. i.afdeidng that'rt ar necessary, rich, p.4ofear, and.d' covery-with such ovibearing exciuiivenes"
-p f tleGelf and enmied ans on a viit to"thO ar-a ake
jf.,Fdurth, The lrllkyo h 6L0'!?118/e0?1" of e*teir s~afcei.-- ; When -one. or :tw)^olt .af t re defttr--
-Fdu, ,. biored uhan-taouhnndrtka.d fifty minio s of prsasy .
rouad y isor.vrf',adsae oteCogasO.h'-
onotes~a8! ?I a^peryatoris ; ad so it, proved ihe peinsa
0 f r Wbile the :M orb bristles with cannon whose-bod6mian w l'v vrt f- nhnadtee ad
e n ven hasB often bdp heard at Key Wekt, we have biu p a part,,--a largee w, ag Oren.: the bare walls of a fortification, the compleon Of which row. Three of our ajripAdtous ere Enklis(ijomB^
0*0vod, Is a problem that our childrens. children must solve..| t~imen of high cultivar tion' s~AU vaste,; who dtoired far
o. od s t BISCAYNE, enjoy to the urmost the beauty of t,'ueenery/and
alesovelty f. the avos-ure. double& wagot i
Trflr' THELAK ,EiE CCIDENT-E IC su Bb tanti ally built to.wit.hstaji^^nte-nequiaiiti 44
OF THE CORONER'S JY.-The Coroner of Erie sum.- ar
,UdMrf. moed~ajury to bold an Inquest nthe' body of an u- ~.CalsHu^ ^fise, uh ihA ugga-.a&..
nOe knovrn girl. about ten years of age, wiich wai brought; wished to' catrt, and a pile. of coinfis bler-
dIniOre-, .vea as olanketsp

n a S n, by the propeller Ogdeaburg, antl n ot buffges aslivtin 2
not re-, ationof number of "iteaeI, the following verdict i the country, givir g rise to such aoruong mis-o
Catior w takes as occurred not long sinc-, when a la.dlo.d.
Sindf "Thie Jurors' fin tbai. tt DGrasp MeNot the firat mate ,,1kTg -SLEiglish traveler if ne should supply.1him.<
e. Tiep'r of thepropeller'Ogden e d with two buffidoes, or would one. answer,.1 V'.roen-
sburg,.wazetreu he duty, andvwas

n'dors.'. edk That theunightowan i alne and clear. That, e thd th reply-t'1s I Pi not usmd to drivig,
nanspor-' from bir own boutce he saw tbo lightsiof the Atlaotbro tghbem, will try one first." We crossed thecrrr,
whom sn r.Bu ib he wps fopeletr. .O tdesur'gl-;,-

rrmiils off, and unIil me arid took ther-roatd- v-er the prairi6f uo-Ldk d1,el
req, 9 C af r..a.r d r4: .. ..... . ..'

heWarco~l~lj~on.; tha;he saew The -two boats 8pproRC ach b wn; tuning off'how'ver, b6 'oe We
oter nyet Ave no, rder tohe. wheIP "til WIg FrenChman's No rg*A0sg
omapriw,an1desk. tho te gh"Whit altnnd gler. T

rang5er-e frtrack around oee h wPP eta of thahtAboft
0 evidence if be had directed tho~wheeliiaan a 6hori time.
co so boner,. the 'collision wouldhave bee AvoidS5,bathe'
action of did no bPcause l Ie.blaved the Ogdeasburg a ia her i g^
y themri apple came musically up ffom the. net.l Wit
rem.Oe4 tbeiilnig whither there'wvas carelessness or not on a sietcheS ear
[ a fei parof those on duty o the Aagtic the-r n dee
s ot faitfifuly di charge .tbeir duty,, dd they -not findDe, fair-blue ofthe w. x i^ and to the
ierbyB, GraBs Mcltt.tb6 first mate 'of the O deasburg. guilty. prairie ithat bhdee 1 '1 L n
irved outi of. g sseqfeianess, and a wicked disregard of human
i HM. The-) rdvaf6rerjaid, fi~rdhti"wthlr~~knonl'
htpa and) ohrdat ymw *tber. to Ui kthe ivayt'n old &6 r'r@W
s j' Nkt had not beenarested at'latest aocts. W -A ad
and etl
*daB 10s)a *m-' a "**"* "-. Which -h d- once- -been covered- -wirh- -water, -Ian
Or, IulI ". THE STORM1,-OF SATVRDAY.--The storm rm'waved with tall, luxuriant grass.,,--About.
A on tee' I wbidh ldated here bug a few hotrs,'it appears, from bur 'tire quarters of a milewestward of Lake Ctl-
en away, Eaktern exchavpes3,.continued -througihout Sundaty,'it ilonn, we-came upon another small, ciriular/lakb,
.yrto .btnye I h Bo- o on~ of .f~~dv8 equaliv clear aud~ b-eaauful- to which, tti6 Indihais'
ieir' orn too hat .qu at ter. y TheEoston' Jour. o' eri n of 'fen tahday'slay s :. r _j I d
pas ie agoutsve atndesee nfygha tl
rid zone, -.,The severe rainn er1rm.rwhi be i atho ein bed" at. a e pos edsiaresi eot. h' pou wq
-e(eth.In day evseng has continued tq,.to!the iates ot wrtttc' l

sucea^ T^ ^ nodtb.cropain ea''and onit 'ws sprpink led d onw bt-sun t.jt.
mraS : t he negbrodo Ioto YAn) W^ a cip m tic uy coeFAD~-nerrwh o.
ver," ad, t .wThe'but ie Efcoi. "h fiall d fr ft o two o:bn6- nre threeiy eet.I T hi sad
heir o wa terday..:as 1'.rd',-i at'& 1f 66ti 0 f et-o
wping tini O tbslon nd of, t s e r of e of and era bous we..f cl oser.woond't he nf v .gici wer
ious thd. clearing up, th bquatty, w wa nd caplea 1s; e'lows theoki,-rsandi

froi i r^busrpy~h,,iai~ franwihfl rm redw aradrg gr a-a dtofeiaJl or igreat'exet- a
cptItn ., n hed^ed,,howevetan
E) pholerai earth will ve W .on her 4.11.,. robe& in .allthi euy, akpoeson:,q. eiet Te'6it.VY
v l av in all' t 'd .ii'h iijburbs the eA- eke of the, all -ar row as cel e brr f r jar-
t O ho bai-e'beeli' fellrie ..&el ? ..'. .

it -ofthe' ~iA~T~rRviTv fn scrub -oak- Topenfingsbt sorinked 'Wf-a. tad had now dis,.
a Oag : Mueb-sdam"ige n fdove- t ithe Tfid ahr uro in

ML aa .0 o'atf~at. fta bai d'ah of )r wlld astaken by coveed w~ith ssu gpul, toAe-
gfo uld :the netg b6rbo6dM of'foston. r, .... S.. ia. u.he p r
g! f ao The 2th6fmi Demarra City, t Capichafiedfor Eatpt, bi, of fawo lr th f t. every *i st-p

elOW They pad6ouDac ihteyelwfyr aigbe~t- e f o fard oserwo la nd, proet.te he c yon-oas h a.ebf
) dition p ut ak 6iaccounte pa fthge p seventy of the, s3t ol r sin o

t^'1jrdfdwthee in s a ID hor i meofebh me, n were mplet as el.most -teroiakw`6re Eden", nd-g
,bat th y tthe o "e t -- ht
r frrit in, ''To of r hr fe l
aeh o nsu.l; r. 5.ei w p abl t g,,at fiva. o 'clock,nsul woulrwa h t 'co me, 'r T .
Saby .ranges of uplad.
2. Eves iBe,:or aever thin'wa very bry. the u o we a traver

blde toiiiee~atetnerarrva, latcoud eidon toi6 a ec- iakes. T h oe onelrevated grunsttnda
stus, nothemsono" a cmfole.. "4nusl oh,,Stu. 1&y: af4r, th ot r -.ani0twa neem-
)ough ant lr 0-14 rain, feil,, which wea 'pl Mo.,C muc Ebl w efd e whcisietmabe*
l n eeded ...
sap j,i"og -sonx arrovyasacat, tt toea that room forgthearah

:":o I'# At ~ v b:L s 's ices.' Fo --... .. ... ... i..saj 0s~r nte r ea
LBTro"-n at" df" ': 1;' Jno, S E~'- ,^ ^ ng.irsThe even Which have. followed,' recentdit.uoanc's ,a, S.ow.41 a h e J-e r i0f)et ae
28l ^ Se" fi d p d'e.1y destroyed tet tribes ',oft'' '01" Q.
osFge { rm Winsl 0w';Bar ,on,"t a Na_'q fav the oce- formirdo~ 5 Tdl~re 'lromah have4Pvq-,; 7
.. .ll `6 xlib dI frO[~jan 'Ifneio,,g hu 'ps.;
,Jed~eath of f6dOR .A&. W '0t 'oue I 1 VaO L, )~tq M,;, r 6rom
on .Satiir ".1 'W . .eyenn nname.' Unthltb recent P SJ SSK 4 a ay; -of the; G dn a
.L ..... ..... ..16i.. ........ ... Poeor
are~~,ac a' dq,,rok Tai
,N,.]-!o,, C 1. W g,*" - .3so'.
: ..-R.u0fti^% % al hf 1 -l ; e de Oith them.." The' inthe ,dBsto^.i
had.~s Rivr

AM^~ff^ IM~ bof' ther^'-~^&^ a,6^- laTmWas tq,8^^'
... .t0ansdgrs ark Dolvrea noGil ). Yir'r., 504-
render'le bi-ders of the Tulare lik~ai;
esad.o. 'a wi e rt dsA iA` Ri~ejo; brig Zoe,.J~mjh rds',3_

^^raetiaccslST^^ along te "31,daytio ofn hiHdeoletol &^^ ^Su1^a^^ 4,-^ %
leai v be t ai kn b er e n a ..e.r i menye tract have beensappointed a. e".lir .he rife Hla r. B.1aS,
Y-e 3r 4%l : v:... ".Al I . .. ..B e, AfT~ -hours I'm BxeaJ ~ qe,2 -p
IT1T. Va.~ ... .,am T v
ihT Bid, o'Rurrene
W ., e ~ ~ ~ ~ x~ thl ocmin. a. day lla o f~~ e a ,e e eai a itio jf,_rpeope an1 ra r~ ..I-.
ed .b vowardi M 1 n p~ gon"eae

fro the -. 7- 7 ..;.If '1 : - .. -; ; *ugn aB O 1 ,1
that fear" country, was vried and agreeable. Samet~diea
s tin the P OWDERL M.LL. EXPLOSION .-W..lear'n the ndge we followed passed between:two'clyystd
and Capt. frdm Bbbn efigtonVt., tbrou'gia Morriil k Cd.'i .E -n
ladCap frm aeniingonVt. thoug MoriU& C.'sExpess, lakelets, or low DieAdo we of' vivid greeri ancttbhe
.d, y tbit-thatibbu".30' o'oek oftsauray ruing,., ie',
sd~~y~s-lhalabntao'dlok n aurday mrnin x.9taYwder :1, ilaeaond uis was of every .shade o0 Verdure.
which wasg M1!:s ,in ttit :place, belonging 1'o'J. LIirki sq.,. 626s
id unuf- pjoded-dwith: a-terrible acraB,' teartng the en-rely t, oe litt e3 i t is tnrue lik a** pnt ieniaw 7
wan co -. pieceeiaud-o eeasld lng a losa.offifbtm S2,5 o't'00 3, 000 bt h + be t rar 'with t jv i-
6rin hia The buDdings that were destroyed coxlitod of the Kee-
any were zeliug-ai.d" P'ulvetizin-g Mills, eontatnaig abiotu150 kegs v c. S, ne j a o
revenged of powder ad valuable, -machinery, which is, a dead
A lo -W il'Were aws no tnisurance. This is the Afahtime yond the on.
aid c theaemei- h upon an old'cm pinggrondrWhtr.e wafe ill
meed f ThA cause, it is supposed, was frIfion of' the mechnve- iblethe.trace oft heirfiresnd wnereth'^ ^ea
were ,as- i d a the'milld run during thie ght. No "0ae hurfi c h
d, : and- v! ...- : :r ,r e s.
o adOTd: * ; O T h e a e al.ay. .o i -" ,, S ....0''-k--"-
W ^J r A corre8spon.dent.o~f'The :Boston M t l:- t ime 19 t en .c P4 of
,MJ .. sabsay .S. there,,q450.ast4o00.dwellig.-honp.eali
.... ... e abov 8,'0n0e0a ai wi Ell
66, 116*6 era] at $50,000 and upward, an&T &%`e, -Ioused, -w-ifih 'W Utlre bbrderwith a distant ffne of forest, and.
-_-I- .- '1-- .1 --2_ A' 9_ Ar1 -- -3 1r-- - __ _rdh I .r% Anr ._ :-I1 1. < A *Iti :6.A .^'iK~ n ^IA; 1 4- 6-AJ -..*.Jlk

I. upearanice 6f ulbliiiijii that weJTdoYdefthvol-
4 -t40i t-or theb-Jrap of this -magniiffcnt fiid,
aOA4fog a.whiterpcttage to peep.out Ibehbind the
cls' ter off"liage.- A what a charm wiu ld have
b^;takeip.,a yy1;jad sich mtrhs'of civilization
Ouir gMu iisM .oa-tdd out,,afax off, an oval-shape4
Mnound,iaidttw be, three hundred leet high,-and 6J
cfmmenft.]an extensive .vhi of the country' for
,iles 'aioun4.; ,Tswn*rds that hill our codUrse. was
-to be directed and in all turnings and,..windiiga,
we never-lost sight of it. Tffien wecentered a
lense'-wood- df havier timber than we hbda seen,
-oh vtpAihiawood, that 4ijipdtthe sunshine,
: ,. ,, .. ,., .. .f- .. I., .. .
leaving only room enough fo.:,our narrow. vehicle"
,,- to pa.,the meeting br.'scie having to be parted
As went on, anId Qc0s"..!O y .giving as a smart.,
t4,pprthOumtgw4te-,: :gvups of the place were
,detvn m.e,-repe.- our, invasion of his wild,
solitude. - Tie intolerable heat made the woods a
-pisaeant; shAter, and we cared less for the steep
'hff;sWe bad,'go. t.o ,aseend ahd descehd. 'Stjl0'b
71wen.e-t, skMrt ig marshes and climbing idges as
-beforsM our. courage in. no way diminished, till
-the1 waleoie sight of a broad- bright stream, rush-
fig .. Young with current ,'fircei 'glad,"m'ade us
-aware that we approachedd: :the.ter(nminatioou of our-
-drite. We cold; see it afar; winding and flashing
through the meadoW, anhi.the" c-ltsdring bushes
-bent)qw.toddiwtbeir brg. ches in itig clear, deep
'_waters, ,[ e:.i5 Fali .Crteek,' sd our guideri
* iet&. Q.J iHt qoe.tion1, what was its, name';
and we recognized the same lovely stream we 'had
-mhrtt Wca Frway to1Fi d-t'
41m S i'-r 6 ra 'ato Fout Sa6llink, ond" in.,
.tiy-b dhithirig.. leap at. he f111, of ,MXaiha.a.
Wie .vrossnk this;.iraipd- outlet,: ascendedt it n th-b
summit of a tidge dividing two lakeleits,y' P] fished
'.Jayhro '& forest of u-. drgrow :pa"pg
S .arginif a road meadow, and came into L.ull
Mwio hi ,ystack!, .,.:'."'' ..... '.
Taffis stis welcome bigttto a part anxious
t- 8sCap, from all sign or token o, the settle-
sMegts;g' uut we were presently, consoled on being'
ufemied it- was the hermit s hay." Poor re-
ilubs e.'we', miht, withdoit detriment to the most
fast dious tr6' ta",& al him b 'the: privilege of cut-i
.ti~g and--ryieg'the'wild gras--to serve. for 0t
couch, ,perhtpw,, br the'.like; for we had. ascerP;
-tained; id 6'it entire s'atiefaition, that hedkfptgof-
so...gk.efany Jn{d. We h.uialti, boweveri,.-hie'
plieferePld sei6g a man' dressed in skins,-or even
Wrlpjet4' f :afi,' limin hlanket',6d-swer th u a-
ofa.ger s.ivea to'the sigh-t ef4n.1- robed is qoimoti
faes ahIn when u-t. work, with ruddy, choer-
f1i eoantenAnce,'i which good humor anid content
ere so, evident as to preclude the very shadow
%o1 n e.,n.h"I. This was not the hdrmit--,wha.
cha iced to' he-absent fiom home-'-bua-. Mr "
,30 l i fjh indp, who OCCsiofilly't4i51ed'tM'inm.
WA-el&Mrn'ahdor her labors.' Our guide '6alledt
i.-ittbin" tht mi searchi of hiur; he came up on'
ti tIhersiie,,menanwhile; and welcomed us with
MiW6OuClierteSy,,apologizing for the homallniess of
tjredtieo66WMmo&tion he hadto hffer, and intimating
s .iooll'a ,h thbatlwe had'delyed our visic till
'4 a J6w een got a little nmcer-a house built,
and so forth." We assured him the wildness of
tB 0escenh:Wt its pnincipl' charm i our'eyees, arid
tbe,.tmuip -io;1dok for purTJehu, who had disap-
Ipeeaed in the ,serch after M r. S--. Waen he
retiredd arit. tookn his seat, we proceeded .by the
-roigliest wd y we b*had .et gone over,' and mide
-sVYPWIl ip.tblings and descents before we reached
the lodga '., ..
PTffifsiclfodon- a. wide' peninsula, formed by a
1tEiI4V l$r'am, which, just below rushes down
tesat' er~aNileAf-al, -uruii.g .a; behaur'ifuil rapid, atid
'giving the value of a flue wrteF-power to the' Io--
,riNoO'. t1lO either side 'of the' creek to the left)
gse a rangeaf'cbim.cathilot. pmbodrateelevation;
ion tfr:'igltthe slopinigulifldd e^retched away,
-.lo.sing a broad plain- of 'hiead6w .hnd. 'The
~d eYtrhbar >as vry tiunlvp srinkled with
.v.r ed,,with here ahd there a vine orceditr,
fto.tbedis'ainrtjb >rder.of clbse- tods, .but the un-
derorpw.h .tas'thick where it had Wit been burned'
ovet.' ',Th',iipdge was es'uvpoetictal .a sheie "'a
Co wellJithi,icaugmned. Ii was'builft 0f rough
boards, with pretty wide crevices between ; was
low and ntmall, and unptotected' from the burning
s!fyr:'tth j1 least' shade; "a well beateh path eno
t.b'd~r side'lt4rough t;he ,bushes: to the' stream,
sd anothenot so marked, to a spring at. -ome
di6tAnces .i.-:.- 'd ., w o t : ,

Ippk4 'dwio.W Abo spettbly thrown opn, and w.e'
l9kqed ,Yin..... -About ne.ethidi ('if:the space was
occUpied by aemusketo bar,"strecched over a bed on
the' floor, if'-bed -it might be 'caled, which was
,opo f w.. straw C wcsvted h &t, -
,et. In JA" opposite corner stood a 1arge ;cnm-king-
6 Ur Ele rIA pans- p1tersj
-afif? tifrelseI :and heaviei'cd6king iftensiis werb
ian4ebfIM;:witfh.a .washing tub and, two or,
three wooden pails. The oiTl toilet conveniences
were,, iniu WAfeh% aod'A-sh'dil casod lookwu
-glas s s ipsaeh ,' frdm thge ipper shelf, 'withtt wo,
',t *hr.ede doilses 6iut cleaoiitotses hanging ner i.
ArmaU 'd' ieughly constructed! table stood. on
%be Eide nearest the dbioi, and beside it the jug,
which? uu'allt bontained spring 'water. The pIlt
tears antd cokdiu, iimptemetn. s were clean but the'
,enori&'eme.?uitld s of scouring, 'and nowith-
tug eth 4eaof tte un;i an: want of. shade trees,
- we'found'it. joFe agsehableto stay without till the
gen tleigAjd thle'6bnat ready. Then leavin~gout
ba9g#gpN.Jte, wagon, and fastening-, the horse
We. U)iq e., .thio the lauoiog plaee?' juitp oh
,_ ,. . . . .. P .,"0J ,
""s&' i'dI.:oftthe s ,treami, and were shortly..afier-
Warcds'Upon'itfs'deep. siutc'wcters. .
Iwsslowb work paddling up the current0With
Sp,,mnap} pgsaengers, through the serpentine., wiod-
ings .of thae- creek .which, withal, was deep enougli'
-for steamboat navigation. Itibthas were fringed
wit.i.wdlIi.w:iu4-buhejs,,,with. here and tbpre.g
clunip ofti.esr opt{Aste,iilIi disposed, that a land-
sqgie ggOe4v'o'hld have. been chanted. The
wafrrs were. s'o clear' wecould often see the sandy
-bot-bnp, afd:,ti bbeors "of fish portingg round us;
-thio'ky not .yet lear.ed'to ,dread The angler! The
*hite'and yellow 'lilies grew profusely near the
baiks-,which' werenow marshy, now rising to
'an elevatede, fidge, fo kland;' A board on One
side, marking a claim, showed the trace of the
Anglo-Saxon.- Then we entered the woods, and
the lupianids ':tbseii.t.o hills'oIs'f considerable eleva-
'tion', coVedi6 dbn'sely with foliage;; a long penianu-
.lawas'rounde'a and we fo6und.ouw sdlves in a clear
and beautifuIl ike, the filst in the chain we were
entering.;.- This bright sheet. was -nearly Circular,
ande miile across i- any -direcrion. ;As.wegshot
oer its unruffled surface; .we aiked each other
what name stould be given to this first briliiaubm
a gailan-i of gems; and claiming the right, as the
first 'ivhite women who had ever ever looked on its
beauty, to bestow.a name, in compliment to. the
JEnglish, portion of our party, we-called it Lake
i1rowning --after the great poetess.
Passi'g through a'narrow strait, we then en-
terd'ithe'-econd lake, rounding a point, and start-
-ed with surprise at the picture which unexpect-
,odly presented irself. A noble sheet of water, full
three "mil ; ,' w.idthand three and a half long, Jay
rced;by.: lofty bluffs, not rocky, but rising al-
most perpendicularly from the pebbly shores,
densely wooded.,nearly to the water's edge, and
having their 'i.dges and.summit covered with tall,
ibeayy timber; ;.ome distance, back ofthese ex-
tends a fine prairie. .Two bold headlands, about
Inidway ,u4'iQxte.ide.d far out into the lake, and at
our le 'ti'"J''a 'loveliest cove in the world, with a
.beach of white sand and pebbles, was pointed out
as- a'spletdide'fishinp ground. .Two of the gentle-
.Den landed ddhere 'with all necessary .apparatus for
making havoc among the finny tribes. But first,
with due formality, and reverently standing, we
gave to the lake the name, 1 had chosen-Lake
.ryant--and read aloud a few lines from thee poet i
appropriate to the scene : .
"Stiitbeis great solitude is quick with life; ...
My'iadsaof Insects, gaud is the flowers:
S"They 'ite 4 over; gentle.qaadrupeds,
,And' b.,it)ct.ce,have learned the fear of man,
AArebere ;;and 'siding aepties of the ground,
Startlingly beautiful ; the graceful deer
;Bonnsl to theawoods~at ,ni approach ; the bee,
i -A more adventurous colonist than man,
; '. With hacaminis aot6s the eaSternodeep,
: ,Flls thdiepavaobias w.ith'his miu-murlngs,
StT Ahid lidies his sweets, as li the golden age, ,
'-" 5 Within the hollo w oak. 't listen long '
... To, hiaduopBjsLlc hum, and thlnk I hear .,
',.1^ -4eba^d-oftbat advancing mututde.
.. ohs W hichaeeraFshall fill these deserts." .
oC Ifwas'onb ti latkep that a deer was spearedin
^ w ter b^fst .tt of visif~ors, wbtletM
l.leAturQ; was .smisiming -across. Deer and other1
nute.' abound, it-iis' baid.ia 'these woods, and the
afd birds.,' who, build ~qh.ninaccessible rights, have
t(ef*, ne4P is ,the. itlbog~'.of .,hese;,lofty cedars.
oea~fn~n~oble eagle poised on-the' wioff over

-out heads;, end looking do vn as ifin *ofader at
.our invasion of.his hole. Ag gentlnemiA.Aho was
thet&'in 9h7 tig told me he hid climbed a tree
tWtob arin t s-noest, but .had been' fienriel4 at-
itotella d 'l fr-, i bird. On' the breach aat.'s
'~~rwli&4re h~ $~*ed'upinabiadicU1 y~
fhi ,-t l broghtaw ay3 ," .. .
Vank, when "cut a heaa ropioria f
PlBpyant witn. the thard lt, '.We'lhhde :, affd-
t .-I ftt.%t I".- fL -.

gTfltl ceiafs, fand having gained ahigli Uof9ixty leer work of the canvass with a social target-shoottng, a ..hands of Peter Moran, 'i the fourth-story, where all
'or evenY, fet.""' 'upn t I-- --4dte0'..V.,ei;vams slept, Their clothing was nearly aRl de-
Sseventy fet, gzed upon the, sp eaebo-fore Wse' dianeI&c., In which the ,members of the Guard and s lep Their clothing was nearly al. do-.
jI d nne $,r jby d ,,;9bd the build li g greatly d m g d y w t r
withegtione of wonder agdadmiratien, It Was; ielrAriends will participate The Guard embrace ba S the build greatly damaged y water.
r ic pae. 00,14's -dinie~g .saloon, Oa 10, w.wap alsO -dai'agredby
9"'tdeed, one of ma'niagmnence,'partyking of -gran- I~ "'umbar by.h thenhp~r ca^^^^^ y
Sheurd i nb slight degree; parking fo g he reh rge number of the most valuable and worthy citizens watr. '-pran was seriqir bnrae by. the camphne'g
breeze, which had' not ';fll play on the of 'the SNinth Ward, and, aside from their proposed hicb wasscattered in eve dirdiection aben the room
full... 'nAonwhech. he was at them ... .
o,'her lakes, here lifted the waves into billows amusement, will dd most gallant services at the ballot- c was at the time.
ind flung them on the be.rSl-t feet with a iox for tle chivalrous-Hero of Lundy's Lane. i -' '
surgelike murmur. Far as the eye could reach Arrivalse of Emigrants from foreign
stretched the blue5 sparkling. wateirssprinkled : EIGHTH-AVENUE RAILROAD.-This im- Acrs athe port of .ew-York during the month of
here and there with islands. t-ftickly wooded, and -ortant enterprise in city trael Is now in operation,.' Agus 1852: .
ordered -With a deep, dark forest, wholly unlike P ofrom Chbr o F Fl Nasce of Spment No.ofPas. No of.Yessels Tunnase.
itoherwoddatinthe adsar for the trees werue o from Cbam ersto Fiftsy-firsist. The first cars for pas.-, Engind..................18,859 76 69,4
he w066do beat'tie tiila"udsl :for ihe trees were of .7, 6,4
et gt..andsze. Col Stevens informed us ers werestarted-yesterday morning; six cars were. Ireland:........ ......... 979 8. 2.4.5
re a t )a ig h t .,_a n d )slz e C o L ,,9 ev e n s -in fo rm e d u ~s, . . .. % .. 1,281 6 4 ,9a8
-e bad hereabouts seen the white oak me during n during the daj, aA each was crowded inside ad cotan. .. ....,2'1 4
time..Suring................n.s 17 1,5433
ixtV feet from the ground to its branches. The out to its, utmostcapaicity on every trip The roadytah trench Ports .............. 3 14 ., 4085
,tidbe 'was cniefly of oak and elm of different ears, and the general arrangements are like tiose on the: Ispash Ports... . 1 18696
-taian Ports.... 58 5,831
-inds, the white oak, sugar maplt, hicko0t, pp- Sixth.av., except hat the cars are red. while those ofth Bremen .....:': ;.. 3677 21 9906
ar', cotton wood, eoc., with a few evergreens. Sixth-av. are, of a light yellow or cream color. The num. nawbr4.......;. .. ,50 9 4-4?
Lotng-and narrow ptninsulas from either shore, ber of oars'w'l beincreased daily until Saturday,,wh h i. Duteb Pots. :.... 432' 6 2,616
promn~iit6'ries of'A1tai Cinabruptne;ss and hgt.- ._adnal
ojnected niles into the take, soe, more a the ma roum numerof twaentyu wll be in operation, Sdandnavia....'.. 6
twenty' feet .wide. forming beautiful bays, ia pXg16p99cejnfqur inutes.,from either end ,of the rifrent.Port s 28.-7 185 820
whiCh, the sav, fish are in tarvellous abundance'. line. The Company expect to have an office, rules and -- --- .
'' "...I- ,' ',' ..-.ofc .'u e and 5 6 T al ..... .,397" 173,130
Two smali green islands ly -"jsyti'befhre us, and, rgulatlon,. &., In readiness by Saturday. Asont6.: t 5 .7.3
tix miles from the point on whfiichiwe stood, a Sixth-at. Risad, *e'farb is five cents, the cars to r sn al'
lage-rio heautifi olj. .cK wri~f
,]arge and heautithl on.,~-iThe greatest width of stated intervals a)llnight., Slome days sinceMr,!John Miller, of Kingston;Canada,'
,this lake is estimated atififteeft -miles"; its length j'bh Elgbth-av..Rairoad is"' now in f'll operations, ., West, arrived in the'Oity'on histray'to Abstrall, and'-
K ^ ^ S ^ ^ ?^ I Pa -ht. is nbVIn fulloporat16b-.^ L'^ K^
from Cedsr Point 'td'the peift :of'conhectd with I der the charge of the original. Company, and it remains! Put up at FrechksHotel. On Satirdy last,' Wite
kM fort lkh iylp il4~,It',has a'bran,-.h / passing a nook auctil tr e'ws ttrce, yt
~akest6irIrm-etelihg northwardiro h 'w~est.extregiAi- 'k
i in toheseen bow far. the acti on of the Alderme ns. ery of going g,",into an auction shop, where
lk'fstde--wif nfrt h ward ro'h 'es e~r~ iii ie I~gthes q~e ilb are u si o ap~lganok u'jhstorying W~ tmge y h
y dfwtfi'ch to.CedaL:r-Poiit it is ten miles.' This me g these parties will bencarried out, At W-onedof the Funks'as crying ofl a watcn wich he
branch sheet, which is not reckoned in the chain, stands,, the case is briefly this : Pettlgrew & .Co..wdre'6 warranted to be gold. This watch was knocked down.
is said to hivre formed the division, in forime times, chartered as the Eighth.-av. Railroad Company; ,thbey tooeef the "PTters"beloaging.tothe concern for
between the asseinmbted forces of the Sioux -"an d ad done very little toward the building of the road u0" S ,u Mrt th W felleiewh'preteo de- that he had no Ioney;
Chipp'ewgs when. ,hey came fori thhpi p posee "of' o June last; a scheme was got up by Interested parts would akeoMrlelildler th- aney tergb gdea fohiw stemp.adwn
-dba dl&'iis-ife; and enctimpcd on. either side' ) he' would Ilou d bs onsysafofr'goint.gMr athe foney,w sbtesdowne
lg 0urt k aso de o get possession of the charter; i t was offered in the : N) do Mro, Mlwh ihd the oPb y r notJosoner
ildngth ofthe. fourth lake'i' also tsehtve` ii-uldW its r h4 i'eii, hh t h kPeter 1aPprodh ed,'aid
e h being bot ,iieeh'Ii the .Bbard of Asistants. refeiTed to a Commite e;" iakf d, e -1 her
of watm''lhb~er irehidIfgo-& t dC-k '-g~ t'~s
llargestibody of water in the chainad bears the trom the Committee and passed under' thatte $hpre r.ilbrto "higa'W&iaa s 'his
name Minnetanka, by which the whole ranges 'io- question ga 4; it .was sent rto. the Aldeimpet j010, 's tati, tIt:,it wals alvanilsed. If:hefirt
frequently called. It s-aid, t0s h eithe finest pne day, passed the next, and arlythe follow- -Per? then pettded to feel very agryatheaue-
,seey- n tioredeYfor ch iig i, and, proceeiled ,to rdtae, a-
scnery, and to be walled. by rdcly,:r,ecipitou8 ng mornoingAid. Compton, in the' alleged absence of .,tior o b hstit wa an aroen dtoy rtlsed ay
ompton a a 10-0f-- G' iness" but th$Ths&ttdr was uaparenat]y settled- by the
cliffs wearing a get ight ; u we couldnot iayor Kingsland fiomi the Ct, sfgxed thd bil as' "'iauctfoabbrpuStH p-a ui^ie'old*atuonhh'
-- --. Ofactfoeherpthdivipagassonesssd watch, ponghtech
have'judgedof thiswithoutsilings eighteen in'g ayor." Siubisequentlvy, a mm who don't know the t indpipint "Peter" wan.givrti the privi'ege of bMid-
iorb twenty.'mildst This fbirthi hake haeS" n dalS' a m k hold af"f rtod, put on an ,n d tweenhis and the...beng, a paid. by him,he shnld beAe
;^an^gdh111 eaii"ea11 tooliho]Ad~f `6 o'0put on q^^ffar^en e
:branch -lying -north ward 'Whie'h' I have' named ienn4 cb'"todn, ihc pg;tohg hp qiioreccebe-
Fieldstone' Lake. Lake Minnetanka is said to rnnseforce, and in a few days the raulswer down. In privileged to retiz oe later. Artnoisoint ofttie pro.
:contain te4 islands of consirierable size.' A nar- the meantime,. Mayor :Kingsland, repudiating the as.a e'eeligi Mr. MfillAr' demanded the $S5 wiich he had
{paid for the firs at*8t.... it was refused. and -strange to'
irow stream connects it aith :a- fifth nd much gumption of authority by Aid. Compton, veoaed. the re'i f pai f he firAt.wt:u;- it was refused. and strange to
smaller lake, and wesmwrti of this the others fjl. solution i which- transferred the charter. This teto was usdaferenpeh the valuoupf thtwo watophay s3 We mighto-
low insucession.CoI.Steveo didteub entertained by theBoard' of Assistants, who re fed fd o go on with the nauHofhe t oMr. itleh's mopiratonwih
,in50 00 with the naiaiitn of Mr. Miller's operation w'th
'inthechainwa sixee'as he had ascrained' by pass the resolution over the veto, and taus sustained these fllows anid- o4rs'of the same stamp, uutil at
actual dxlotoration, and that ithe fast lak ap- :KIngsland and put down Compton. On Monday next I leasta.acolumn-WA5b'n.up with it. but the following
iproached within, a very few miles of 'Minnesota w r. 'curlous wemorant teof -the -doings ot Mr for. '
;River. The whole range runs nearly 1east and p th Aldermen will take p the mate,, ; nisabed by htimlf,- sifully office to siaow-the rascals.
west. Mr.S, who a1companied Ua, informed me they have the ndbrve, although it may b0'd that 'thedy will !ity of 'thiee s o4e aqcpn operators, ad wafliu detdr u
that, in'the[ginnihgPft'ts 'Pmonthhe and a friend giveitf the col4 shoulder, refuse to notice it at all, i other.trager s'fro 0dit!ns their shaving shops: .
jj .ecoo h.ld -..-e. s.t n t" ,itata',' ..A-"I; MOMIRANDUM. ...: .,:.
ad found caoes,in, a coVe beyond the. fuartnest and so quietly abandon the whole matter, leaving .the BughLofMr, N.-Ns^au o
It htier, baringvd;a" e th e e w-YBougtu rk-tlle-kuless; i- NassZau to-h-fraf
Wint in the tbird- ,lake, and- a' well-marked Indian road in 'the quied possession of the 'original Company,. 'the New-Yora Splisl.Dduble Tristed Zr' Zag tsbvriathiai-
ing wm'st- Fratecouitv of SfIdl&Ita oneDiasached Lever Warcg1d.
trail leading westward. They followed the trail *ho"har built it and put it in" opdratlonK' Bpiif a' f- A Paid forMr 81 ('b r ire-p.uD ch,'le ld-
e statinr it. T7 in 'the nibink,,and after awalk of a ferent course be adopted here, if the Aldermen-.refuse Secd Wstbh-'id' difference-...................... 35
few ou-rs- arrived at" Little S,x."'at-Sioux village. mi.tSlye -oot hpi 00edout bobe 4-sudd-n6al. 3
ion the",Minnesta..-' Diing there, they rture !to recognize the Mayor's veto, the Saperior Court will ITh' i tho' othudlMa ;
rdNo. h 'aQue~st01of Mr. ." fiater,
i the aftrnoi to the ike- The features' the "doubtedly settle tie quefStibn upon the principle 9f No Broasdway,.for:;-Mr. D. of MootraL. .boacd for
Tqustio. upon, te..i , Austalia, as of Cos-agas orwis--
country .back of the atimibered strip of land we*re geui. ,,, '. A iaassta*,im,(oof o'sanorwire.
oak oPenPigs and rolling prairies., On this shore .T V E '.- r PaidMr.T., at fre ,6f for-ericm....;.f.... 5'.
of the lake a d heedchnen sod claims IXTH-AVEUE ROAD'.-There are fif-- -- --
othe lak h0atioi- has' baed chbaen and claims
-1 Total paidtoid6.....................
setiup'for a hundred families who. are to. remove e Iteen cars now running on this road, 'at intervals of four. "gtI ; t.'swh.t Mr. SlyBoots.'" 3
thither next year.' The claim ofeac.h person can- iniiiautes duibg the .day. The cars are crowded most i thr e leas --. I
not extend -over a quarter of a section, orone hun- iuncomfartably mornings' and evenings, aid are furl Scene,-Pu t up ti 'pg.s at Peter Funk .staiishmernr
dred and sixty acres, on the same locality. inearlyliday. One ofhe carson Sunday took $70 No -- Bodway.,on-commission. at request.ofCGo'a
The reservation allowed the' Indias for their y: Oneofecarsonundaytook70for wire-puler, Mr D.. and.old to Mr,----.otel,
fsres,-thud carryioge 1,500 passengers. Oriddrs bate but no payment-gavemae the dodge. 4Damages,.
home by last year's treaty, as already mentioned fsrese I Seai 5-T aken fora al5t ap n Orlare etblishment,- io,
embacd this chain of lakes. Thy ed en sent to-NewHampshire for a large number of. -Chatham-at., ai-uesr of o's agent.-Mr Whipper-
beautiful land, its clear' wter and deep forests ; 'horses, and more cars will be on in a few days. I' n, and sold, contrary to ry orders, for $12-gut re-
Ileasd With difficitty. -Damages.. ........ eo8.9.00... .....
Their ancient huntiDer-ground, and the scene of K .---A- a g ', W ith a ifflc. tj. Da.ages....... ......
Stheir'battles and sacrifices. There issome r asont THE PARK As a ge tle man was "
indeed to supposethat they came yearly to make tig.' the Park with'his wife on Monday cvening,.ahd' l Hx pesesnie, of timeeand un'awfai'detention'--'d'mages,-
offerirgs to th-ir duties hereaboutS. The 'painted :when in front of the City-Hail, ho mon a gentieman'of M dty. n5,to es ionces r to' $LO, sod ifntpisdn g^oun
stoiset Op 00 Cedar .has heen re- "his adquaintande and spped to speak with him-,a with other punishment if no sry. ..... -
cry ae aareebld.~h n a edsope eti- vrek, Aug. 28, 1852 : -..
Rcl on'.the Misnawapy i to r ebichi the xoe Red- meest. His'wife- passed five ot six steps and stopped, l After-being minus aoout the abeyo amount, -Mr. Mil.
sent their offeriags either as an altar or a divinity. and immediately a wel-ressed rowdy acooted her IeterBpplied torredreH toJtce B,)gart, who missed a
ut the rapacity of the white man denies the, m. rudely, asd reelved 1n en instant, a well directed blow warrant fur .he arrest of four of thle Peters, t"wo of
: this beloved retreat, and emigrants already press "ftoi lier husband, which'laid. hilltreve Vhe Park Is, ti e ho e yterd arreste d a d hre l e a
in to ocCUpy 'the country of the receding race. 'er might become, a beautiful promenade, if vile characd. i o y g
As d Until the Indians h acceded to the swre excluded from Its walks. As it Is, neither H Y
p rq p o0 s ,it io n o f G o v e r n m e n t,.i t is s ti l .t h e ir o w a.; & ete r w o me n n orud e m e n c a n W ell s av oi c o tat i s, n ith vie Ir a cv. F 2 H t B D P M G o
but year otwo re-wil bguis theircanoes rom decent women nor men can well avoid contact With vl SCW z -Tie body ofi Mr George Schwartz, who
these wvarersn an-hwteemjsi edad women thieves- and no wdies. They are known to the ba .e n~iAtl :from his placo of residence, No. 87
ndsho tes maesichealadse tA .e] td S~trday morling, SDi S Ccount of
sprinkled With- clearings and'gprms ofasetlernents. police andsthould be driven out, AWhoite Amytdo6i sspidea^r.W
Even now preparationss arid- making for the erec- -...." ', day mnrelng, was found on MJonay -hl tte watr,
tion btfa hotel near Lake Broiwniri and the con- METROPOLITAN' Ho,.L,.-Somne ,thou- at til' f(t of' Casal-at. and removedtsithel S eteeltlith

Ssruction'of a-.rad to St. Anthony, in anticipation sands of ladies and gentleman vkiited this latest lion of W.i- Police S'atlon, here a post mortein.exitminatloiI
llp s of the Udted ctes nt tdof the body was wade 'by Dr. ideft, but no marks:of-
sensof thebfou ani ptsh f the [td.asexpected next New York, yesterday. Inhe1evevoingallthegas lghtN violence were found upon 4t, except a cut on the head
SIt was about duskwhen we returned o-the.her- wet e burning, amd the. two hundred and forty front which wptatuse y.tbeabt.hook used io drawin&I
mit's ledge, somewhat- W heiry, but,;.rejoicin. windows-made a mrearllumite.., -It iaraterl s-inkilr. fOKn -' O 'v# i -which they took a
that ~h~ogh~ Hqt ~ no pnolcW opa untl to- ceedoi. 46 Ne56pannel a.-Jury,afrwhhteyok
i spirit fov the beauty we had sedn. Thten.efollOed that,'althpughthe:Hotei. Is nut puolicly oppa until-to. viewi-116f.tbe body, and..thr%, sooarrt&d to reassemle
i a s'n4tVPct'ce fish our ceoipahihns had' 'taken, ;day, -more than -four hundred persons insisted upoi tbls morning, when the Inquisli, a 'as to the case of
and th there provisions, daintily, cooked 'b.y the stopping there last night. Others applied,'but were ro- deaths will bs held. The Coroner is ddsirfus t, collect
ladies, whilethe gentlemen built'" sffiudfge with- fused, as many of the rooms are not yet ready. Most all the testimony in relation to the matter that can be
obtained, and for this reason.the holding of she Inquest
out to smoke away the msuketoes ;the table being of the good hotels down town are fuU to overflowing, was deferred unti to-day. .
iset Iedn th ( pn ai. Byta strangesneglet hewe-hd butwe believe some of ourfirst-rate houses up town have -4--,
fr o fitthed to ; the sicreource, there- yet means to accommodate the public. The Autumnal A FRIGHTNED BULLOCK'S FREAKS.
fre.o te.emle j.r o.te oman. asto-
take possession of thle hut-and mosquito'n-t, ieav- influx of strangers will be beyond precedent. To-day At 3 o'clopc, on Munday afternoon, bullock wolch was
takeposessiiq f~th hui-an ndisq ,being driven through mne streets of thig Eleventh Ward,
ing the fi e gentlemen to sleep on buffalo skins there will be at unusual arrival of distinguished gentle- bcame frigbten edand eetng a trom 1idrivar,'
outside. -''At early dawn they were off to fish in men who were made free yesterday by the adjourn- an ith greatispeed up Pg-stt.iand Avenue C, uphethd -
thbe.Creek., and returned with tw6: large"qtrings of L.ment of Congress. "'.' ing in his course several pedestrians, some of whom
haIM An99f shiiat tSehed' fo
bCiB, 'pne. '_whie4.kerve'l for breakfast. A bath ---- were severely injured. On arriving at the corner of
in'the reamtd on the left, where it *as closely iREOPENING OF THE, THEATERS.--On Fourth-st,b he dahed in ltea public houe, fiknown as
enrtaed- ith bushes, was found to he a welcome Union a and oom-cleared the barroom of itsin-
refreshment before the morning meal. ,h-a urrel Monday evening the theatrical and -musical season mates, driving the bar.keeper to sach an extremity,
turtheSt. nthony, we fond tha. th fame of opened. .'r ., that be was forced to make his exit through a wiodyjw.
'The bar-room, how ev er,' contain ed n~thinig toshlittfie
.^^ o t p ^^^ I. At Niblo's Garden, Miss Fitzpatrick: and Mr. wheat e^a^~~ ^ ^
1 ur'erctrson had'',:sprdad far and wide,'and that At Niblo'sGarden, Miss Fitzpatrick and Mr. Wheat- ste of the animal, ahdoe he verylunceremotn ously
nmafry were already 'emulous ofthe enterpr ise,: legh made their debut in 'Amerioa before a fill house, marched into an adjiiningi.rom, wuere he found enm-
.. .- .... : -- *. .* E F,;0. E. Theecomedy of the 'Belle's Stratagem" was performed bers engaged i playinp bsiliacdsdomiabes, and cards;
- which the former stained the character of Leti these verysoon.made their exit, and It-fi him in charge
.-I VUTRAGEOUS -ORUELTT-QM C1 Retri nrv teo r talnd c ara tr o of tberuom After turning over tables, cnal'ts: &,
bUfo.-SW me lasted e of the s of Hardy, and evinced her talent and deep Stuidy Id her he came out and continued -i course through Avenue
bntiorn.-Sbmbtline last heeh 'k6iie 6f the 4slav2s Of' at'.b aeotF otne
thetv RajAor, who resides I In- tth vicinity,of Raleigh, t profession., Miss Fitzpairickis tall, has an elegant form, C andhFifth.St, when he caught a Mr. Cbnay uon his
in this couatyi ran away. He apprehended him in this graceful carriage, and pretty countenance. Her acting horns, ad tt esed', him, nearly causing his death. The
city., ad took him hopme. The'next day.he cet'menced was such as awakened an interest' in the minds.of her bul lock 'was, soon afterward .shut, and 'Officer Stiles
his cruel and fledlke punishment, and after inficting ine and -- h - then coprgeously stepped up and cut his throat; The
his cruel a'nd fliendlike pun m-,adafe ~leg audience, and Impressed thera with a sense of her pro. onr he Wnhp eiigl oub gte
upon him. hund eds of lashes, coluded by cutting off Impesed them with a sense of her pro. owner. Ths, Winbip, residing in Columbi-st, then
both the nbgro'Sr ears close tC his head. Te -sh.Ickiog ficiency a ani artiste. She deesads id good taste. It is came up and demanded the carcass, which was duly
facts spread through the neighborhood, and news was l evident that she will be great favorite in this country. surrendered,.
some way conveyed to Raynor that a warrant had'been Mr. Whealleigh performed the part of Doricourt, in FATAL AILROAD ACCIDENT.--The Cot
issued for bli apprebenaion. Upon be6ailngfthis he im- F ^ i ., ATA'ARAIL'ROAD ACCIDENT.-The orl'-
issued lo h appreeft thensi -county, and arrived at athie residence the comedy above named; and with his easy and cor.- owner held.: an inquest yesterday upon the body of
ofMr edatelyleft the county, and arnired at tee resideoce inedy1above o
of Mr. Beard, in Tipton County, where ,he died the rect reading 'and' distinct enunciation, displayed muck Thomas Cbway, a native of Ireland, 17 years of age,
next day, and was buried at his residence In Sondayi ability. He 'is a .young man of prepossessing appear. who wasq.llled on Monday at the d ,fit of the Harlema
SCfl[Memphis (Tenn.) Enquirer. .. Railroad Company, corner of Furbh'-av. and Thirty-
T The Bvfialo Rou h Nutes sa:- &ance and fine form ; and performedhis part in a highly first-st.,iitonsequf-nce ot being run over by a locomo'.
IWerereth'to learn Rofude ethi Of FWite s atisflaptory, manner. At the close of the piece Miss tive wbhdif*as backing Into the dfp6f. The deceased
We regret to leartL of. the. sudden, death '6f .J. F. Wiadte10bfr h utitgtIhe ,h wsi h.epu.o
Esq., of The Chic go Ti Mr. Wait ha d bee at- Fitzpatrick was called before the curtain together wth was in the. employ of the Company. He had entered
tending regularly to his busluess up to 7 o'clock in the Mr. Wheatleigh, and greeted with further applause. the place unknown to the enigibeer -or to -any person
... ......1 1 belun.vglg"t.d~the' 6Ad, and remained there unobserved
evening, and at 4 in the morning was a corpse. He was inrs., Sloan's'Mrs.oRackett was much admired and Hr. betiaf i h f the remaine her unoserved
a young gentleman-. of axtellent character and bust- Fleming performed the part of Sir qeorge Touet.qood him. Th"..Juaer yehlftrclosely inveshigatipagshe' cae,
riots quaifications, and will be a great Id01es Lb the public ~.Teuy fe lsl nrtgtn h ae
e. ufi .s a w i'n an effective manner. rendered--a verdict of accidental death.
17'Goyv,.SeWard is to address -the farm- The New-York Theater at Astor-place was filledto
erso VermontattheirSteFalr,inRutlnd,onThurs- ear Madame AnaThon FATA'L RAILROAD .AcCIDENT.-Mary
day next.,r-i tdrtneA aho
day e ... .. ".- ..Burton's Theater was eWed' filled as usual. Among Susan, aq rishwomav, on Mouday afternoon, while oa
.. ..the track."`,'.f, te Hudson Rtiver Rat'road, a short dis-
t the new arrivals at this theater, we .notice Messrs. tanee abn'e Tarrystown, being on her way to the cnun-
CITY CITYITEMS, Thompson, Fisher and Norton. The Comedy of try seat UGen.James Waiin Wtbbtoseeher ister,
ittr set114, Jme;Ws-n.ebntse er iser
RANGE OF THE THBRMOMETER AT School of Reorm was peormw prmed' on Moonday, In who wa"ia servant in the family of that gentleman, b i
AN F THE THERMOMETER AT came frlghbitend at a train then apprpachtng her, and
A. J. Delatour's, (formerly Lynch q Clark's) 25 Walts,& which these gentlemen's performances received the before sh&e:ould gP out of i,' way, was -run over and
La'A. 7 A.M. Noon. 3 P. Mi. 5 P. K. warmest approbatio' ever bestowed on first appear- instantly kiltyd. Tne engineer made ever effort to
Aug. 31.......... 63 71 75 75 ances. stop the train; but was unable to do so in time. The
AIIUSEMENTS, a rS ODAT AND vEvasN. Barnum's Museum.was reopened and crowded. "The body was yditerday brought to the city and taken-by
Niblos rden-Theels Stratagem. Prphan's Dream," a' new and successfulpieceofthe the relatives'f the deceased to Bleecker-st., where an
Castle Garden---Ravel Femilytr Martinetti Famity-3Joc. inquest will.' e held to day.
burtons Theatre-School of Beform; The Two Queens. moral drama, style was presented. .' --4--
Sarnum's t useum-The Orhan's Dream; Dancn, e. At Castle Garden the Ravels performed on Monday BURNED. TO DEATH. Margaret Ann
Otto CottaWe. Hoboken-Free Cnncert.
Wona's Minstrels-No. 444 Sroadway, Concerts every evening.f evening for the benefit of the Montrealsufferers by the Owens, a child two years of age, whose parents reside
Gr s C late fire in that city.- It is estimated that tree thousand at No. 107 .-Thirteenth st1 on Sunday aftern-mion, while
p e r s o n s w e r e p r e s e n t a n d h.yCd el'g ha rd .p la y ingpesti g n e Fa g .' th e g ra te in th e k itc h e n w a s d r e a d f u lly
e Gloous is the weather. ool ar person Were prs ent.and lhlydelghtd. burn d. in sequence of its clothing having taen
the zephyrs from Wh ehawke .,Mild, are the beams of GT-- P- fire. It dieulde'ste.dav morning from the #-ffacts of the
th eow-haired u Tetwlight comethI upon the A GFT OF GRATITUDE.--Tho coach- burns. Coroper Ives held an inquest upon the body,
sweet music of rejoicing myriads. The moon-beams, a man of Russel Smith, Eaq (whose name, we bHlieve, and a verdict of accidental death was rendered by the
Niagara of liquid silver from the orb,, round as the shield is Robert'-Sherman,) who -was'so actire and successful Jury .-
of Lochlimn, flood with a mellow -glory the mountains ia rescuing persons from.the wreckof he Henry Clay, CONSEQUENCE OF PIGHTING.-A man
and the towers and the high places of earth, and gild has been presented with a valuable gold watch and key, ; named Henry fBalfpenny was found at- fine o'clock
with pale, luster the pathways of men. Fair maidens bearing an appropriate inscription, and $50 ia cash. The yesterday morning, on the corner of Thirteenth-st. and !
First av., wilh on s s.f his legs badly fractured and other-
and brave men go forth in beau y and piide, and the | .donors are a gentleman and his wife, ,whose names we wise ijued, avg been fighting wih an iadtvidual
light laugh and the gay greeting bid farewell to the fleet-' are not at liberty to mention, and who were of those who made hisgacape before the police name up. The
ing-siminmer and give fitting welcome th' tth' earliest saved by him. These gifts are accompanied by a beau-' injured man 'Was taken to the Seveatonth Ward Police
bern of atttumn. Henceforth, declining u i Station and there attended by Dr. &.- L. Budd, after
Winwhich he wauireHenceforthhe.eNew.Yorku HospitaL.
b .f-n of their barbs of fire, shalng suna thy slantf- tiful letter, expressing the gratitude of the donors for h wor a
as f ir r f r shall fall gratefully h eroic conduct onhat occasion in saving their livestote WYork Hospital
upon the'. world of life, no more forcing impetuous: and the lives ofother passengers. BURNED"T'DEATH.-Peter Moran died
growth, but softening andnripening-theleaf and the fruit, : -w --I on Ttuesday n"rnirg, in the Now-york Hospital, from
amd sp-eading bounty and gladness ove the earth. BRITISHi vEMIGRANTS,--A movement is burns oT ceivedaonTuesday niht, at the fire in Alfa's
... --4-' .... --- new on foot to establish a Church and Hospital at this I Dining Saloon,. -No. 8 Fulton-st. The Coroner was
LUNDY'S LANE ,GUARD, oF THE NINTH pert for the benefit of English emigrants and sailors notified- ,"-- -
W -A tig -^ ci Whig organization' who may be in distress, Mr. Robt. Bunch, H. B. -M. :SERIOUS -FALL.--A laborer named John:
was held atthe Bleecker-st. House, last night, ASA BVT-' Vice-Consul at this port has just 'xeinrned from Europe, Dunlsp, while twork yesterday upon a new building1
HAN, Esq., in the chair,'Cat; LoyvETTi; Secretary. On; where he exerted himself to obtain subscription! a1) ; in Forty-secont-st., near Elghnh-av., accldentally felt
motion, Col. E. Lovett Pushiiy (who was in Mexico; fund for the erection 'of such buildings. In the Ustof from a scaflbid~to the ground, a distance of about 20
with Gen. Scott) was elected. Capi0f-thelGuard;; sums which h t obta suc bld ings. a l o frmt safd to thmegua
- Ass: Butms., Ninth Ward, 1st Lieutenant; Mt Aa The Society for the Propogation 'of the Gospel in otherwise senloul Injured.
Ion, Twentieth Ward, 2d Lieutanant;TiJ ;. Byrne,. Foreign Parts.................. .....:,..,50.0-
N -etethWrd, 3d Lieutenant; Mlr. -LdaycraftEi~ghthll Battt'g, Brothers t Co.":..............:....... ,. 9 :) B UN',()V4.i"--A boy named Rich'd Reed!
Wri,'elLte e utenant 3d Aidam, oral gtd, Card Steam 1aket Company....... ...- :..:;'.'. r was riu over at.the corner os Madison and Sca-mel-i
War4,4 Lieutenant.; Mr. Adams, Fourth V'.rd, tib, 'Flieloen & Bros ......;....-. '.'.,............1 00 i ts. by a horse and cart, and severely oj armed. ,ie .was.
Lieutenant;- W. L. Chase, Seventeenth .Wa-.d,' th. f Ahthony Gibbs ISons..................;..;..., 100 taken to the residence of his parents, No. 243 Mad-,
Lieutenant; S.':F. Chatterton, Sixteenith $Var4, F. Bouth&: Co ....... : .......... .........- ,.. 1., 5 __ _
.. ........ . .... GersP eabodyv................. ,"............ "te 0 : '.- _ _

Lieutenant,; Samuel Phlllips, Fifteenth Ward, 8thj .erend Gurney & G.......................... 100 RowD AULT PON AN ALDERMAN.
hi is 041y & It O........... ...0800664 100-
SLieutenant; Mt.-4d1deni Nineteenth Ward, Orderly} :Biw ple o.. ................. A3o'clock onModaymoning as Alderman,'Acoer
Sergeant; SamueilBrevoortov ,Treasurer. Oa modon ,['. man' was pil ing'be boner of Broadaway and Laspe4
Messrs. Leaycraft, Savyer, Cyonk, Cuningham, Al FIS.- On Tuesday morning at' nt soo, "B utm an a nid- oy we ie ap oin ted a ;. o'clook,-a fire -broke out in the basem ent of h house N & m a n e'ei -ai d he 4 W s ialibed by O ne of th em i t h
Of trangeiti& eap e Com ulberry-t., occupied byjT.ova HEyes as' a cheek'andmin thereat." The Alderman was confined
Se:ofrangeqteat ,,.m btoiite c0nmitteec)aaytor,, The flames w'reAnasly, engutshedanci to his bed by the I jumies.
wer empowered to ecommnd,..,aity. of dress for the..... .4 beedha 1- -"._-
I mle~o of or th .W
f oe44 *d > w Q t ,o l oe n .- Dt.- 7, taOK:: BRpe N iU
t ev f'Co St6t
A%.-I r -A -, .3 .S hd :bni 2 hta iee'brofiaO ODfl a

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Sf Sirrnrna-KCnvRn*-eeteirti Tetntoa&=WB I
fore Judjes Oakley, Pa'ne and Campbell-EightS-an.
Railroad.--Tl'e argument on the injunc tun' resralning
laisr-; '-Conover and others 'from interfering wita
Mesi-sr 'Pettigrbw'-andrthers,-' (graintees of the road)
under the resolutions of the Common Counc11il, signed-
by Ald. Compton, clatmniqg to'aot as Mayor, was to have
proceeded yesterday, agreeably to adjournment, and.
thb repbective counsel ere present, but it was fdrither
pt.stpon-d to the next regular motion* day. ,i , '
Arthur D Saitowdei ad wife af d others agst. Josepha,
Beinrtr.-Ordes appealed 'rom affirmed, with $5 costs
in each case Plainiuffs tave liberty to procpedtojudg-'
ment,-'. buteXecuttos stayed for 30 days after-the entry
of said judgment
Marp H ra' her next friend .Hezekia tS. This-
tle, agst 'Geo. Vai ,.Dzen.-Ao appeal from a" decision of
Judge. Duer refusing an injunction to restrain defend-?
ants frtim.using. the term .' Watpepne", in au artialein-
tended foir thehair, it being, it was said, ianfefdese, al
leted in thictnmplaint, a term used for 1it by th e adians,'
and the decision holding that the name tor an article
caonut be exclusively usedi it being within the common
lbnguaee, &c. 'In tae appeal t. is contended as being a
word not in general use, and the counsel intimated that
it had been it ade expressly to designate the article. Dd-
cision reserved.

MARINE COURT-Before Judge Cowles.
.-.C traa Eikel agi. Adam Grall.-Plaintiff alleges that
he and dneferdani., wich their families, arrived in this
country, .about 4 years ago, in the same vessel from
Germany. Hf tay tba he had. a quantity ot bristles on
board, thAt after he arrived he became astck and had to
go to the hospital, and that deendans went to his wife
and innuced her, with a view to rasiaog moned to sup-
port then foir the time being, to deliver the bristles to
himr, an'd they wbre so, wnen he sold them and con-
veried the money, it 1t charged, to his own use. The
press ent action is to recover $100 at $3 per lb.
In defense it was said that toere was but a smail quan-
tity,-and one of the witnesses said the wife of plaintiff
stowed them'in defendant's mattress, a,-d the payment
of duty was -avoided-that they were given tq defend-
anht, as he alleges, for money he advanced to plaintiff,
and further, that they were ot inferior quality, and te-
feidalit got ltut a 'small price for them. Judgment for
plaintiff, s.1. -

..BOARD OF SUPEfavIsoRs.-The Board
met at the County Jail yesterday afternoon, Mayor Ber.-
ry, of Wlllaamsburgh, presidteg. Afer the usual' pre.-
llminary business the following bills were presented
for p y, m en? t: ..:
Whitebill &Carnpb'll,$123 82 D.K. Smith & Co.... 51 12
Jobn McElroy....... 20 0 D. K. Smith ItCo.... 392 62
James Eaga....... 8 4 McGrath &I Breunan. 18 00
Al x. M'ue......... 249 99 John Friend-.......... 94 50
HI. B Lee & Co...... 171 75 Geo. C. Ball......... 470 00
The Committee,on Equalizatton of Assessment Rolls
reported the. anne-xed statement of the value of real
estate in Kings Coutty : .......,
nIat. 1859.
E.qualized Vafn. AsSArs. Val'n. Increase. Decrease.
Ist Ward.... 3,318,265 4,242, It0 923,845 ..
...- IltdWard.... 2,629. 70 2,592,850, ...... 56,420
I1d Ward.... 5423,993 6 063,900 -639,207
lVth Ward... -3,689,290 4.105,350 414,060 ..
V-th Ward.... 2,249,763 2 339.815 90,062 ....
VIth WVard.....7,26o,0F3 8,811,924 1,615.861 ....
VIlth.Ward-.... 4064,184 4,887.231 623,(47 ..
VIII h Ward .... 149F,190 -2.243,765 1,047,575 ...
1Xt6 Ward.... 1,1864,475 2.965.784 1,101,309
Xth Ward.... 4 093.873 5,830,300 1.736,427 ..
XIth Ward .... 4,446.814 5,769,805 1,122,991 ..
-40,242,170 49,902.134 9,76,384 s o .
6 55,420.
.- Total.......-...... .... ....9.... 6 .. 94
. stWard,.. 4,919,870 S,53j12- 589,242
ld Ward .... 1,7614,88 2,188,65 426,827 ....
i. .-.. lld Waid .... 1,851,410 1,711 938 139,492
S . ", 8,562,788 : 9,439,415 1,01,1 l. .
'" . 139,492
Total-,.------...- --------------*. 876.627 . .... .
Bushwick........ 2,069,118 2,268,810 199,192 ..
Piabusts and~ew 13,6 s Pj 47 291
'F at)ands -..... 449,964 442.-86 ..... 7,78
New-Utrecht .... 871,t02 1,('87,650 216.683
;aGravesend....... 407,814. 4t6,46Q 8,646
63I~,706,532' 64,707.612 11,008,952
S.. 53,7'630 7,378,

Total- --.-......1........-0,0 980 11.000,980i '
, Sup'ervisortlIlUwell, from the Cemmitee on Gedera.
: Taxes, reported that the proportJpn of moneys to he
.'raised by-Kings County for schs purposes.- as per
- Legislative enactment of .1851, will- amount to the suit
ot $42 867 i1.i The amount required'to meet the ordi-
nary aii.conheientesxpenses bf'the County, the Com-

.... ri, by s ,'Iirom the Almshouse Cemm.ttU.
reportedi thth-Aihad ,received two estimates, for the
'plumbing rwo; the-County Hospitali the lowest of
:-.hch 'wa'.fros esdeerV'Miley, of Brookltyt He mOved
that Mr. engaged to do thework Adoptsdiia
-' 'Su^pervisr-Bergbnsald, t .-dtur t the past ea hd
SUpeintenddsitof'the por oi 'ad rin "shot of fludas
a3- or. o wed isatldp. o
"'Board wiud direct'the T Uiurer to paitce an amopa
i OA.Lr i -tie 'tfl*5h55fl~ftnftl that the Treswre:

Elmi. a.tndr iane, -and captured-four of the wretched
imatep and their Mistress, who were looked up in the
Tombs to- await examin-tion. This woman Is repro-
seated as baying. until recently, keat at her place little
girls from 12 to 14 years of age for immoral purposes.

-THE i"DaoP GAME."--A notorious
p' ocket-book drooper' was yesterday arrested by officer
Jeffrey, of. the Third Ward, charged with practicing his
vocation upon an unsuspecting. countryman, named
Geo. Brooo, tow stopping a t N.). 108 Warfen-st., who
IlosT.8$2O by thefelUow's operations. 'The prisoner was
&tken beforathe M.ayor, and held to bail in the sum of
$300 to answer the charge.

S&UPREME COURTT-Special Term.--Be-
fofb Judge.Kosevela.-D e c i's I o n.-Henry Goslin ag't.
1WVm .. -D.ashk wad oAers.--Plaintiff cl .-im to have leased
t .dfeiendam as executor, for two years from May
8P]w, buQlni "No 84 Llbrty si.,' 10 feet 24 inches -of
widh-iae ti, bediaken off thetfront to widen Liberty ats
e -alli4eai that in. addition to this defendants. claim a
rigg.tytakueio thp westerly wall and roof, and coa-
ew .th, e w1ole of, thle building, as it would be
1a gertes. l'Plaitifff says a neeotiladon in relation to
;h "b3IiirtW dtAmage between himself and'-tfeddsuts
has, feilddw and, he'"asks for injunction restraining the n
frpm- takindown said westerly wall, A&c. On the part
bt defense' is sa'it to' be the wall of thie aidjidng
building The Co'.rt: considered that the d eihgo thus
far' hid beem prtvided-, for' by the Commntesloners of
Estima; fAnd.,Assessmert--,-4f thore is any. tlurther dam-
age, and a. action of law can be.sustained, which, un-
der a he ciru'mtta -ce is 'a"matter of dout (toe Judge
thotigkht' the- leaee' ought to'be hancelled) plaintiffmust
be left to his (remedy .by i such action, there-being no
qesglon but the defendants are abundantly. able to
respond. Motion for Injunction denied. .I
I TYe f6lldving isthe opinion of the Court, orally de-
lvered : = .
SThis i. a question between. a landlord and a tenant,
arrii .ut of ihe .widesing of Liberty st. Toe defend-
fit ]D 'eb, I851, gave to plaintiff a Ieafe of premises
No 84:Lbey-st.s o t wo-years, at $ L,000'fOr -te first
'ear asld $SL200for the second, with- aproftsion, o' covy
qant, that it case the buildings at any time became in-
ured by fire to d such an extent as to be incapable of re-
dtr the leasi' shouldd cease,,-and the tenan t be liable
fi.r payment of 'rent. only to the time of tha oc..
buryence of such accident Instead of being de-
sioyed by fire--(wbich may be denominated the
exercise .of a species of 'eminent domn i' of the
eletiehtsy-the building, it seems to me; Is in fact
4?estroyed by the-act oi the Corporation, undsr the emi-
hept comain-of law. in widening the street more tMan
LOfeet from the fr'ont'ol the building. 'The landlords, it
i'illeeed,'in addition to this operation, are taking do wa
.the'wrserly wall, which it it admitted, however, ts also
the-easterly wall -of the. adjoining -house, the house in
question having no independent wall of its uwn on that
;side ; and that they are doing other acts showing an ia-
itentidn of destroying their entire -building. Piaintaiff
stated, further, that negotiations have been going on be
itween himself and the ilefendante as to claim for dam-
iage, buit they have not been able to come to any agree-
erbi't,.and he nAw-hsks for an injunction to restrain- de-
|f0ndaisinot fom taking' down the 10 feet-he admit-
ithd be, has consented to,,that---but.fromn taking down the
westerly wall or. any other part of .tlhe uilding except
ith& e front. ' '
i There, is' no allegation that the defendants are not.
iabundaptly reoppnible, and. able., t. respond in dam-
I ages should plaiutiff bepenti.lea to aoy, for these alleged
Contemplated trespasses, .
S By the Code the Cuuft undoubtedly has power,- whenif
; It shall appear by the cumoLlamas that the paitivtff is en-
titled :qo. the relief demand,-d, and such relief,- or any,
plart of It, consists in rearatuslg the commission, if i'r-
I tued, lof some 'at,'the cinnission or-cis'tiaceuof
Swhicb;h, during She litigati. a, " D plaiitif, to is8te.'a temporary. injunction, aud .r.gtraic
Defendants, from .so doing, but tnis power, being
i ah extraordlnar' conb; is not to be uxerclised ex-
dept 6 aase'-s where it. clearly' appears' that ,uf-
ficient ground dxists therefore in this cade; it appears
fi-om the'ppers p"I sented, a'nd from an actual inspec-
: tidn' f he he "premises' that the case :oghtr,- ia
.fTct, to be cancelled. A very small pirtlon of the
tetPB still remains unexpired, and-the premises. haning;'
t e6$0rendoeued-uhteneinrale by the act of- ite law, ,,se
revtt as in 0 cnse of fire, should cease. Whether the
tenaat'blts'istainedi, or will sun-toi, any'tfamitegebe-
; yofid., the relibt which tnis may afford hipi, Wag, I pre,
i atme, taken into conpideratiin by t.e Comim;asioa.rss
Qf Esttllateanda ABasesemetit, ard a proper .howaoce,,if
any. hu' dhubt made. At all even s it does 'co'-aifieitt,
that thd case ii one in which tee C-uirc should exercise
the exteaordinasy poet ot lnjunctiin, merely to en-
Sa1lt one of the parties to force the otoer to a setti.meat
which, uder orlelary circumstance, n'aithor justice
i BO, equity wetilo require bim 0t submit to.
i : The plaintif, tlhretore, -must be left- to his ordinary
action tfr damsges;for tiespaso, if, such action, under.
Sthe circumstaj ces,can, be sustained, which it appears
i s ce t a .s .er of some doubt, in which a jury may
hf rder all the circumsctaaces, to make
Shinmsucn an allowance fi u-h case may call. for. ..j

'Thiedrmetin@g was h-ldte~s-l~f I*&bhi-ht Giirediy andk by;
A. .0. Zabrltkik E^-4of J6rsA .-Co : The. campaign
Singer, Mr. F azer,.wam presenr, r nd sang two or three
. sorg to the amDuemeoot of. the .meeting. .aTu different
'Wards then named a large number ot additional Del-
: gates to the-XMAss a te.- Con'entiou at Trenton tod-mo0
row The ofJerseyCity-expri-es thBW hiit b ..
of e-rtering at once actitlyi'ilto0th0e Canvass. MeettngA
Swill be frequently held. :.. _..: ....,'. ,' -
i tee of officers from the First and Second HEludsdi1 Brig-
aies met on Monday evening" arBergen Corners and
forwarded tb'eir atrar getnen tor' the Ehdampti4ii
which is expected to .take.p!ace next.week,-. -
& l Rev. Wm. J. R. Taylor has been
installed Pastor of the Third Reformed Duth Chjrch-,

.', MARRIED. : '. .. :.'
On Thursday, Aug. 12. by Rev :Dr. Van Pelt. -G. W. BLOOM-,
FIELD to Miss MATILDA, daughter ofthe'late Charles Coe, beoth
of this City. .' ; .
By Rev. John Liltie, Aug 10, ALFXA.NDER ELDER, o Glas-
gow, Scotland. to SARAH J &kE RAYMOND. 'r West Farms,
boih of WVilliams'brgh. L.I, Aug 30, GEORGE GILLULY to.SA.
RAIl ANN HFNDkRSON. both of Sotlend. .
In PieiFmont,'Aug. 26, by Wm H Van Doren, ALBERT TRAP-
HAGEN, isq:,to Miss hRIDGET. VANrBLARCON: '?
Aug. 19,bhy Rev. Win; Jewett, of Plymouth,. N,H, ALONZO> FV
TRAVIS, bf Conway, Mass., to G RACE' L: PRESTON; of -tli fdr-
mer plaee. "
n ,
.'' '. . DIED. & .. ..
Tuesday morning, Aug. 31, afterashort illness, WILLET COLES,
in ihe 83 l year of his age.
The friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend his ifL-
neral, at the residence ofhis son, W. H. Coles, No. f16 Sank-st. Fu-
neral Service will be performbed'at St' Mhft'idw's Church, Christe-
.b & r 9 t .
O0 Tuesday, Aug 31, CATHARINE ELIZABETH, wife of Ges.
A. Curtis, and daughter of John McRae solt'bi'-Gity. ...
The friends of thesfamily and .the, .members. of Hermitage Lodge
No. P55 I. 0. of. O;:F are respectftilly invited to attend the funeral
this (Whidesdsy)-as'ternoos'at 3 o'clock.r-wi5hout f-irther invitations,
from her late.residence. No. 203 West 5l4th.-st.
Aug. 31, at' Wiliami.burghi. nehrNed-VYo-rk, MARY HETT, aged
62. the beloved. wife of B. Bradleyi bookbhinder, late of Hull;, Eng.
On I uesday morning, Aug. 31. after a short and severe illness, Mr.
TBOM4.S. E.. BLACK.. seon of Mrs. Mary Ann Cyane, aged 23 years
and 6 months."...
The friends b'the family, and those of Bis'5bdtheir, Win. J. Black,
Share respectfully invited to attend his funeral 'dn WVednesday, Sept.
l ."at 2 or'lOtP 'M:.'from "his' late residence, No; 46 Robinson ast.,
without futber invitation..
., Pbiladelphia papers please copy.
At Ne-w. Br.uns.aick,N.J., Aug. 31, HENRY VAN ARSDALE, is
the 83d year of.his ge.
The relative' abd friends orthe family' r'dsiedtCul'y invited
to attend the funeral at 3 o'clock P.M. of Thutrstay, Sept. 2, fr6m
hi. lath resideete .. .-
At spper Morrinaoia, N.Y., on Sunaiy, Aeg.39,.FERFANDO, In-
fant s,-n. of Caius-V- and Margaret Folin, age It 11 .months and 9 days.
aFRockland-Co., N.Y., and Portsmouth,. Ohio,. papers please
copy ... ..... .......... :

SSalee at the. Stoek Exchange..- AttG:31.,
.$A,5 o U. S. &s ,'G68..... ,-l..l8 lo0Florence & Keyport...1 47
4,00 0U.S. 6B '- ...108 75 db..-5,...... .....46%
600 Ohio 6s. '56 ..........1043 50 do .......... b30- 47.
1,000 Virginia 6....- .....lit 0 50 do,............ b3 Ot4
1,000 N.Y. State 5s, '58...17 0 do-....'.t7d..h.:do- 46
1,70 III.. Interest-....... 5 t 0 do ..........b30 4Ti
2te Frie Income Bbnds..98 i !0 Erie' R8,lro;ad:-.-:'stO i'
1000 Erie 1st Mtg.' ds.:;..311 375. do.-........-.... 8W4
2,000 ErieRR.Coav.Bds.'71 98 4 1.50 do................ 865a
1,00 Hodson2dMtg.Bds.-97' 50 do ..- .-...b60 87
40 Chatham B.k..........j05 .10 do..... .... 8%
25 Canton Co............. 80 o 0 Long island R. ..... 23
100 e .ew Jersey Zinc ... '.. 1 25 do................
100 do....-.. .b.-'b30 1t4 ,150 do ............... .
25 Nicaragua Transit Co... 27 200 do-..........-s60:'
156. do2............s602? .. 350 : do--.............. 3
400 do................ 27 1S 'do.............. 235
100 do ......-.b3 7. 2' 7 'do..'.-.;.... s10 s
25 do .........h... bt 7)7 t25-Stonington RaiTroad. -. 15
26- do ............b30 27 225 do......, ,..
60 ddo..-.........s0 109 do;....-- .-60
50 do 7 50 do.-.. 2
50 -...3......7-....3"27 50.S do... .........b1l 601
so do. ba0 27o 200 Re.di.g R; R.;---.... 2
50 Montgomery Zinc......- 3 50 N. Y. & N. R. R R.....14
20W Morns Canal.- .s560 a7 50 undsoa River R.R.. 6e,
6 0O Dauphin'C60l CoQ .-.W 1 d50 do, :.......: 6E
100 do ..............s 66 15 Mich..Central R.R.....l190
po0 Peri Coal Co....... 115% 1 0 Norw.- & Worc. R.R... &M'
150 Cumberland Coal...b60 71 .1.100 Panama RR........... 12
$5,oooU S. 6s, '57..-..1183 4flyynno % paI ...' .-.l$
1 Atlantic & Pac. Cnl Rigtl140l 4pOLo., oaBJod 3.RR..--I.. S .
250 Nicaragua Tran Co.... .28k -1to dot..-.-.-. .. s
100 do ............b30 a8 I tS, neR'R..- ....',..8T,
t0 do.-6.......b60 29 100 do.... ......b60
10o do------ ----' 28 100 "o. ...:.. .... 87
50 do.-............2 5 28] 500 .do-b. ... ....b6
275 do-- -..-.-.- 285 '60 do.----.-....e7 87
300 do b0 29 t00 Nor. &:Wetor.' -R ....
5 5 Florence &t Keypert .... 46 6. do. b.. 5... .b O 6
100 New Jersey l ins .--.: 111-t' t100 do. ..; ...' b60 565
50 Cumberland CoaI Co.b60h-70M 50 Stoninaton RU........ 60e
150 do ..... ..8s6 9 25 do............. 60
tce. do.';.. h...... b30 7015 1t0 Harlem R ...........7.. ^
100 do...,...b30 70 ..00 73
At, l_-F 'irst Board_-S, 0ffOO Cam. and *!kAn. .6s.;75"162 ; 19le -

-mi;hlav2.,62-186 186 d IM -f4Gi.rard 'ae"; C183 0dit& %' S% 3
,p n 4. NO.4 -5 Stt" .,slan t .T. ; tL,250. do., t1
370 Soh. NSnv. Pref.,t4%t O 4 e76a' tnatlon? ^ *
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be..lrected to-place. to the credit of the Superintend...
Nidt the Sum of S.30,000, to be paid whan the taxes now
levied shal1beoolIted. Ad-oted :; "; .
Supervisor .Vookees moved that the BoL., as ltoi*. .l a
mittree of the Wbhohl, procef.d to view the fatnas o 9 -.
Richard. at Yellow Hodk, with the vie* tfbbfaid ig ".
its edopfatfon as a site fur linattc ASw&yI-i- ..e. -' '
Stion was adopted andthe Board adjourned to the 13dah e- 1*
.September. . ,. ... .: .
-On Monday night a row ooaurted in Kelsay'uftAfife'
which it appearedwra participated' ie by -early all tckt )
occupants ot the. locality. As1sawnt Captain- Me Ki-en 1 ?.
of the Third police datrict, repaJredt.to4thaeqeaoA dis .. '
turbamce and took one mann,namd'JohnJl rintutiih -" ... '
tody, bt when taking him from his residence w"a V
knocked down and treatedi to sundry kicks about hi.s '
bodyli adoption. Tha policemen on the-; neat. An4 .er.,,
eral citizens came t& his aid, and succeeded after a hard
rub in quieting the tumult; but not until ahamrbet ha"
been knocked over. A man nrmed Edward ; Dunun was
recognized as the one that asaaulted.the officer, andhe. .
was also, taken Into cvttody. Both the accused were .
committed on a hearing by Justice ,(ing. . '
named Knmop Clarcy was seriously lujute&yet'nhd
morning by the caving in'uf an embhftk.edt ar)eBdul Pi
Hill. Ove of his legs was broken, beJd,4 a._sMatf 1 ,
other t juries He was taken'to his home byV A
District Police., .,
i Boy DROWNED..--A lad about 7 years of .,
sge, son of Ir. Thochre .Leonard a Poiieuianof the
Fourth District,' wak do dn6d f a pond oa-PabtfiA 'i
iear Fifth av., on Moddaky dvening, while bath1Dnwt .i-I
other, boys. The Coronar *Ild an inquest onthewbody;.
ana the Jury returned a verdiet accordingly. "

the public day dchbotils of this city are:to be'reoate&d-
this mbrnidg; abd' Oneormore evening chboolawiU als1
soon be opened for persons of buth sexes. .r f
lo4*rs' Lodge was organized on Monday evenin, o*er
the new market In Fuiton-av., called the' odliflbr&
Lodge,.No 429.. Twenty-two members were adrmitted ..
and the following officers were installed: Wm tuirrel.
N. G ; Mr. Blower,'V. G.; Mi. Richards, Secbetary h;Ad
Mih.Kennedy, Treasurer. :.
: . . .. ... . ,. , .. -, I.; .
houses on, belo0giiii'to Mr. CqrkC were
entere-d some time during the pastiweek and grpAty
damaged. The bells and .door knobs. were .takeu.sff.
the gas-pipes disconnected,. and .every piece ofmeaeta A
that could be disposed of as junk was carried swa,.
BAILED.' man 'fW5 WaN, ar-
rested soine time sit.ce on uthe -eharge. of. stealioa-t sktyC"
dnzen calfsalins from there store of M iG. M-yer, RQ. 132
Ftr.ritst, N Y.,,was yesterday ltberated o9 n gjvig _"
hail to answerhe rsbfr cot ALi~e~
jurisdictipn '..... ... .. e- s
Nxw Methiodist
Church at Fkathush il t ki be dedicated on Sunday next-'
'It is aneat erifice, ato the Society, though, at rese
;iamll, is rapidaiy Inbr&easidg" . --'

oExurSION.--. companyof the Old;
;Tops Bnd.' Ydun "Tdpa of'W~ lan3ft";'' asltht'skita'
thewmselve., proceeded to Sheep's BeadqAiay.ymtr"
ion an exursion, {in ,seven of Johnson '& Uspoa
stages, preceedel 'by the'' 'evey-SiJ dtawd4riw
tw(-!ive hrserf. They'ebjbyde^^4(l4 4 td gnaiflj-l
Fishing, and other amusements, 'and reyurV'ed -. #t a. eSaf
eonable hour in tfre.eyeni g111 pleased withthe day's
-p r oc e e d in g s p th. d a y s
THE LATE 'B'AINS.-The 'damage dosne
'to the stri-etrs of this Citv hv the rain on Satuirday
nigght,'is eatiniated at from *5,000 to $7,000.: r ,,

i 7- r OQn.r.bonday.,afteraDi..tW elderly
ladles, residing in Now-York,-.we ,k ,cked. down In
!Goana st., zwar the ferry;'by-a ru'away 'horse, wjich
bhan escaped frbm trhe strble.'""Oau of the ladies.vys
: somewhat bruised, buat nieithek of them wierq iriouljly
itnjurmd.., .-...

! WHIG NEETING.-A, spiriid, meeting
,was held -at Wasbivgoo Eall, ont hi na&y eveaoing,.w:-
idesignate addlIiunai2Pn^gstg .rm.esj Ciy t t
'; Mea State Q'lAud.luo at Trentoa, on Thursday next
: T Was Well astrcnefd. .W C. Morris, Esq., wgas
, te har ndS Qaf a itdddea

_ ^ .*:' *.. .. ...

Sh(ipreOvemVent rlth f good deal of activity. At the .e.
e.-Beirdnefiapftidla i upwad tendency wasmtroo,'
na u% t" no k '; jreaog en the 1 .market,i hre Wa free
MaWdg aamr g.. -bayers. Nicaragu.a wa_ gn active
qtoe..- ann.'Rsob another considerable rimprovemott,
dtsltag 29 bid, an advance of 2 per scent. under sales
*f T` 2,30Q sb4rrese.- LoDg Iland wasIso very buoy,
tp ta"c hebed 23%, an improvement ifl per cent. The,
fera or thsetock, it i. underkt.d..a, from Ptiladel.
ltei.-l.lngtot was qutle bu-"ant, and advanced rom
6a 4. w,, 'whgbbddeiend atithe close. Nsrwb
waa4o better, S' l4 '.i. stok has risen; jeee
than rostuof tIhe other fancies In the list. For Canton
80* was bi. Uarlem was firm at 73 bid. T gV e An
ever u.j. .will be, propab'y, larger In 'Au'st'tbao
i n .pilua month ia the. history of the rod. Erie
Wa.flfair demand and closed at 87, an improvement of
' ertent. ZintIc' firm. The Coal Cojipaniei have
an upward tendency. Pennsylvania aiVianced to 115%,
Daupbhina '46q,. Coimberlaad 70, wltl. considerable
Imjrovement. The nlovestmnenit Stoc qre firm but not,
Tery-active.-. In-Federal and- State Stocks the demand
Is 'oad d' street generally firm? but the transactsions'
sreC-flg ..... '... ... : *'-: *** .. .. .. : "

-In Sterling the business is moderate and
he iM-arket hea.'. The rdage is 101/4 l 105/g, 'there being
good .biiji'.3 ae' market' at 1Joy410. n '-C'
po .gfet't rough psitng their duties there wilt prob.
ablybe a bitter demand for Exchange for remittance.
Freights are qjUiet but without important, To; Liverpool some 3,000 or 4,000 bols. Flour
WeTe-.,enaged at .13@W5d; Graio, 5d.; Cotton, %d,;
10,000 Staves, 25/; Heavy Goods, 15/. To London, 1,500
,bbls. Fleur, I/ 92/.'' To Havre there Il bhit little doing.
A.8Savq chrter was madeto Lisbon at $Si t$15. Some
.- .- '"arersare pored. to have beea made at 40/ i
lei Q9oebec to Lonidon. To Cltioornia there is
a Illribunesas.doing at 45i5d5c. per foot. Coat is $17.
t'lThi fol.ioviig statement' shows the
biulness done at the Sub-Treasury In August: ,
Aug. 1, 185S-Balance....................... ...4.388,877 46
O ld. of Cutoms o .... P$. .$3,910,17 65
O(a FicPatent ees...... 2,5243 .
0.! .ec'unb of PoBst-Office Dept.., 29.021 32
OWivcbunt'of Trinsmfer..;.... 25. ,000 Od
On-account ofMlscellaneoUs. .... .. 4,555 20 $4,19',126 66-
Paymet.......-.'.0....,... ........ .$1,68,004 06"
4On Treumury, Dra.'ta............4 $1,522,724 73
On' Pba"fkf& e 'ISra0 t .'.... ..... 172,22 90 1 .
On Tattfen.Drafts ............. 185,ouO 00 $1,87h,950 63
Aig 81-alance.................... $6,705,053'43
1 ,'5 ylBy .b.lance of Funds to pay In-
Ce-p6 . ; .;............. ..... $67,229 21 t
By Additional Appiopriations -..... -......... 41,280 04
Tfta . ... ';... ... .".'. ............... 1085W9 25
&ayment of Interests .... ................... 67, l0 48
S3, l52-Balance...................$41,39 77
3ieisury Notes Funded...................m.. 65., 00
.i d~tafok.Custwms in Aug.,- 1851 ........... ..$3,24,168 55
-..ei;ts for Custome in Aug., 1852.......... a 3,910,017 65
tEx."m in Apgt't 1852.. .......... ........ 665,849 10
Se.exace.a of duties received over August of last
j Vgr8qprepents an enlarged importation of about two
and a hlfimilliones .
The foloiwiing is the Statement of the
Assistant Treasurer, at Philadelphia, for August:
Jiysi1, l862--alance .....$1,350,700 18
*':. _.. ReCEIPTS:
Aug. 31-Cuatoms................ .$402407 66 .
-- Post-Offce Moneys....... l,2Q2 53 '
"" Pensions............ .... 4o,i'00 00
-" Mkoeldlaneoua............ 25925
-'* A. ------ 453,959 44
.. Total.................... 4,66962

.' -.2' ieh,&..^--------1,216

Ag..-Baanc......'.......-.... 9....,3 454 6
The Operations of the U. S. Mint at

Philadelphia, for August, 1852, will be seen by thae fol.
hIitetg tablea. '
.- ,.. '.;, COIN0AGIE FORl AUGUST.
. Gold.
-,.. " No. of Pieces. Valued at.
S ...agles....-.................. 4175,279 3, 5'6,580
. .. -ar:, ... 187. 6 -
uarter Eagles...-......... ..... 74,712 186.780
*mlaZh'..'.; ....'...-m..., .-...-.. 178 932 178,932
Total........, ...... @ ....... 492,974 285387
.: Suiver. .
Dors. .......................... 1,100 1,100
latf Dollarsm .................. 15.100 7,651
ies.....'...................... 62,500 6,230
D',,fes.:...".. ..'-'..... .70,000 3,550
5hree Cents..................... 1.436.600 49,098
, Total.'..................2,078,274. $4,346,885
.' $4,3406,005
om California... ; .... .............. ...... $2,59,000
m their surces,. ....................'..... 25,t 00
Total.. ,, .;'.; ...98..-....9$;...............$2,675 l1O
SlWver Bulion deposited..... .. ............... 28,00
tThere have'_bebn; '$32,049i035.of Gold deposited tail
yjar agiasit.$28,005,141 for the' corresponding term of
ast year.
The decline In the amount of Bullion at the Mint du-
xbring the mouth of "August Is wholly owing to the delay
in the receipts from California, the large shipment o
2,275000,i by the Ohio, not having arrived. This
Ssmountawill iun on to the receipts of September,which
ilil' probably be unusually heavy.
We" annex the report of Specie entered
i the port of New-York, from Aug. 1 to 31at, 12 o'clock
l Slver. Gold. Gold-dust.
Steamer Ohio, Aspinwall---. .... .... $219,9
Sehuoner Wing, Cartbagena ...... ... $1,87 .....
Mark Brazileiro, Vera Cruz,-..'. $12,921 Downs@
Bark Parhra. Buenos Ayres. ..... ....21,458 .....
Itteamei Illinois, Aepinwall ...... 3,'200 1,530,L
Stameaei North'n Lignt,San Juan. 14,379 1,136
5ig Eliza, Sisal ................. 900 .... ..
Bng Model, Belize .............. 4,000 2,000 .....
Total....a.... a ............ $17,821 $42,324 $l,756,44i
SGrand Total .............................. $1.816,594
The commerce of the port of New-Yorli
during ,the monthof August, 1852 has been:
Tuns. Tuns.
'15 Steamers......... 25,912 124 Brigs.............. 24,z(
320 Ships.............. 94,595 a7 Schooners ....... 5,50
S I1 Barks..............23,08.5
Total... ....397 vessels ...... ... ..... 173,304
STuns' Tans
TSbfUited Stites.....129,08 1 Dutch ............... 37
5. 5Britnh ............ 25,732 1 Belgian ............. 66(
..Bremen ..........7,017 1 French ............. 18
Hamburg......... 2,490 1 Spanish ............. 22(
7- Swedish.......... 1:,9b3 3 Portuguese ......... 43E
.3 Norwegian ....... 801 3 Siciian ............ 841
B Daunish .......... 491 2 Sardinian ........... 54
1 Prursian.......... 938 81 Neapolitan .......... 22
2 Austrian.......... 80 1 I Brazilian .......... 15
1 IHanoverian.. ...... 2101I Venezuelan.......... 12
I Lubeck-...... 284 1 Russ.ian..... ./.. 20E
Total.......... 97 vessels.........-........... 173,30
The arrival of the Ohio has relieved th(
street from the slight anxiety occasioned by her. .delay
She bring over two and a half milllones of gold, a large
amount than ever before received by one steamerni
which makes about fire millions received this month
t having a large balance over the amount of shipments
1in a-short time we shall have four or five millions r(
,.leased from the Sub- treasury. Probably within twenty
-'ys, inclusive of to-day, and also inclusi re of the nex
California steamer, the coin in bank will receive access
-lionS to. the amount of nearly nine millions, out o
-which two or three may be exported to Europe, although
teExhebange market does not at present indicate ae
The Money market is abundantly sup.
plled with. capital to-day, and there is an increasin1
-': xnont of loans making at 4 cent. The rate on cal
yetl. ll60minally 5 cent, but on desirable aecuritle
-0 Ir not difficult tofind' lenders at four p' cent. FIrs
las and short p5pR.r Is 50 cent., and long, which 1
: more abun'dahte,6l,.'V:cents The six and eight month
] bills, receivable of'dry goods dealers, are appearing
Rolr S freely In market. ; '" '
," 'The .July earnings of.the Albany ant
Schenectady Railroad show the ausal gain on last yeai
'Te figures-are :l ..
.."i ..k 'dt"eight, 1 :51"."-" -..-;....#2.6,34'
..-"',' 152 .- 20

Iim"ei i't-1852 (20 4 cent.)-..."--- 4,29
A sale of"-100,000 of the 6 per cen
,jblp6iidrof 0the C"(yiW Hartford, issued to the Provw
, dencea'd Flishkbi Rairoadadhag been made for bank
" lg ,jpx ies in Hartfor.d t' -L%" The remainder 'o
-'eltie,C0o00o, hasbex.ta&biy Jon Thompson
;' ,'*4,t0. ,,iit o trms iWthiade pniwi.. ,.
.t"Tif Ca4iA1t auction SloS of1 is. morn
Ing W5*well mttetlsd, and the catalogue consifltngc
toippktsdI carpel, w5 rdil readily at good prices.
:i On i% Si. ]Dr; pqroe foi
Afl~we Mar" _Aftw niflr .4"*Btv?. flw

There is an increasing demand~for first sCES ul. 3,000 fi FangNtmegs at 9,4; 1,000
moats Cassia at 25c.
class Railroad Bonds and City and County -onds of a OILS-Leweed is heavy. 8,000 galg. sold in w-hole piir-
desir'able character forhorne investment Severallarge ees at 75c, and fromh st t ord 9 1100 in l1ts At47780.
Crvde Whaie'is steady atIt7. a. id Sperm at St 251-,,; "
Sales. ofthis description 'of securities have recently bee RICE is very firm. The stock .is only 900 caska sad to&;
adetosavngsbapks,trust7and private capitalsts.- 70 tcs. sold to go to California at $5 25 cash
Thde 'demadgs bfo ks, theseptosm an mriat la gr- ,AVAL STOR-ES--The market. is steady-; lf0 hbbl
The demad forthese pupoe is now muh larger ude Turpeitine, North Cnunty, sold In threeR-days at
a e foreign mand. "" ':3 25. 750 bbls. Spirits at 426 4jc,, cash, and 43I4nc. on
ta the ale', 'g50,00 fssouri Sixee time; 1.000 bbls. Resin common. iAd at 1 952t '30for
A. sale of' $50,000 Missouri Sixes0' was North Courty, and 61 3&5&$l 45 fur Wilmirietci, l.&0
made to.-ay; foi baling purpose., In Illinois '.'" bbls. fine at 41 75'5$1 87j for No. 2 o'an' $3W$5 frr white.
..urossFIS is tull and heavy. B00 qutitals Dry Co&.sold at
The Dry Goods trade has been very ac- $2 7W&$3,1leavin 1 5W; afloat unsoldr .200 bbls. 'uackereI
sole at $10 lo 15 for N6. 1 $sI.tR,.25.'fa No.. 2aad $6
tive the past; week, especially in Woolens, of which very i $6 25 for No. 3; 3,000 bxs. Herring-at 60c. for scaled, and
heavy gales have been made to country buyers. Prices 35c. for No. .. :1.
of all kinds are very firm, and some descriptions have PHILADELPHIA MARKET T y,
an upward tendency.' Unbleached Shirtingsa'nd Sheet. ugA. S31-BREAIDSTUFFS are less aogve; in coosen( jeae of
lags 4re In gnod demand, at steady r.ieae Bleached the unfavorable accounts from .eighboring marke r4 Th'
goods are also active, with afull supply. Drills are FLO MA is very quiet. Te sale relied for
shipment are 90.0 bbls. fresh ground 'ii $4" 624 4P tb, which
moderately active e at former rates.' Otnaburghs are is te asking rate. a moderate inquiry for ty con-
s carce, and prices are very buoyLnt'. JPen.m are 0eu s3mpt.ion at ouri.ormer quottiois."'The 'marketisbaire of
I '. 1IRYE 'FLOUR. The laht sale was at V '76. In 00o1" MZAL
rather higher, with a regular demand. Stripes are, thir i ntthingdoiag We quote at 350. WHIAn qntiMA
there, isnonthing.dolng We quote at P 59.. WHEAT" lQetian
firmly held, with a limited demand. Ticks are active at ue scarce, and supplies come in ve y eljow|y. Si t $1 12
Swit a li a T ar i bushel for prime old Pennsylvania; 1 06r l;0b for
steady prices, with a scanty supply;C`i anton Flannels 9ew S1uthern Red. S1uther RYE sold 'at 72 cents CORN
are scarce, and much wanted. Price's are buoyant. isdu1l, and prices are I P,. cent. P..tshel lower. .iples of
S0.o and 4,100 b0sbels Southern YelLow att74ft7ltd;,,A8oat.
Printing Cloths are not very active, but prices are firm,, .T. con flne in fair rbSquer. Sales of 3,.00 buaei gooda
OATSintme fin fair toquest. 8ales Of 11,500 bushels goodc
with a moderate stock. Prihts continue active at uni. jid'.lrime Souther i at 36p.@37c tushel and iafeold
*form.rate. T suippily ik', but does not mnre than: Pqnnselvsnia at 42c ; ordiray at 34c'., ariat. Tn PROVi"SIONS
form, rates. The supplyilge, butdoesnot mre than 0 echane. WHISKY is loss ttive. Salesa6.5c., in
correspond to the demand. Ginghams are activeat 10. both hhdi. and bbls. "
@010%c.9butlow in'stock. Delaines are scarcely so' Markets.... Reportedby Tde h.
active, b'hut'prices are regular, and a fair business Is' NEW-ORLEANS Aug 20-Our markets enontindull.
doing, with a larger yet In reserve. Cloths are very COTTON sales on Saturday. were 700, and Monday .50Q(ales
active "boh fidling is quoted at 91c The receipts are getttij ar
active, both from first and second hands, and, io LOUR is at $4. COHN, 56068., W yKY c.
steady. Casisiferes continue active at full prices. This COTTON-The sales are limited; middliugg, fair is q d at
' branch of trade is very prosperous. SaRt1ets are not '.lc. The excess of receipts. over the same time las earis
90b bales.'': ""' .
abundant and sell well with a fair demand. Linseys ALBANY, Aug. 31-No receipts were eb tin by teCol-
are active at th0 recent advance. Tweeds and' Jeans lector. FLOUR continues dull. WHEAT--Small '8f
Geneses at 112j1@ll3c. OATs se)1s t.456c. Coa' als,
are. rather dull. Blankets are active and firm. Flannels pin7 bush. at 69'70 for mixed Wrstern. and .. for
sell briskly at regular prices. Shawls are dull but firm. flat yellow. BARLEY, 4,400 bush. sold at 75c. for two'-. ed,
... .... andfour-rowed on., PrIvotte terms. TIMOTHY BEE] i n
Auction sales still remain few.. It is difficult now for doioat w3 5 V bu TIMOTHY EE in
auctioneers to make up a sale, as the traded require no I P .., "
advances on their .goods; which qell ready at satts- 'eepts of .Aee. 8t 1 -v '
advnce o" ... By North River Boats--7t620bbls Flour, 11 do. Pro Pus,1
factory prices. The Western demand has been es- 17 do Ashes, 388 do. Whisky, 1460 "'but. Wheat, 5.0 do.
peclally active active this season. The merchants Cor d ,an 1 alesWool. '
from that large section are full of money,- an y Erie Ro-Hav d-2 pa 4 pk Cheese, and 2 do.
Jst, New-Bases Iiailrear-43 plagk, Cheese, and 2Ls do.
ticipating their pay ments, .discounting their own asc- Butter. .
ceptances, and are; establishing an excellent credit. Oeu ea s .
Fdi eign Goods seem more active than Domestic. Prices o OcIH O H MOT o SEP
'are sd&iacipg oh allt French Goods. The supply is short United States.....,.. From N.Yor..Sep ..For .N a, bayji, -
Guadalquiver ......... From N .York..Sep;, 1..For Cadiz. ,t
of the Immediate demand, and though importations Cuadaur...........From Ytn..ep.. l..Forc a.o.'
Canada----------....Ftom Boatns..Sapt. ..Fur]Avr
Shave recently' been large, there ls a scarcity of goods souirner ...........-Frm N.Bork..Sep' l..ForCharlestonA.L
City of Manchester....Fromn Philad...Sept' 4.. For Liverpooll$.'w
Plain black andcolored Sliks are in Inadequate assort- Bej. Franklin........From N York..Sepr, 4..For New-Orles
meant. All dress goods are very active.. De Lalmes and Alab sei.a-: .'..From.N.York..S pt:..Fortvanah
'. At~nntic .............. From N. York..Sept 4 o.For LiverpooL .
Prints sell briskly. Ribbons of every variety are quick, Prometheus-.......... Frox N York..Sept 4,.F.or sianJrn ,..
'Marionm..........From N.York ..Sept ..1r CharlsJona '..
at good prices. Narrow Ribbons are scarce and much 'oio:-...............From N.Yort..Sept ..lor '.
wanted. Cloths are in good demandat firm rates. The' Petrel.:.." From N.York..Sept '.8..For Berda,'a
James Adger.-......P..From N. York..Seipt 8.1'06r Charletosp '.
prospects are exceedingly good. The early demand As.....-...........From N.York..Sept' S..FbrLivsrpooL '
appears sufficient to clear the market of goods ; and a Washington...- r N.Ysrk..Sept 1;.ForBremen&
UmU ............From N.York..Sept tlC.-or.charles ri-
further Importation must take place to supply the large Florida............., .From N.York..Sept L.,or Savaunah. 7.
demand yet to come. A- farther advance In prices is o. ur-.........From Bos.rn..Sept 15i.For Liverpun. :
Southerner ~From N. York.. Sept I. 1.For Cbarlestsa.
anticipated. The stimulus to a large late Importation is Arcuc................From N.orkt..Sept 8.8,For Liverpool, A
labama -.......From N.York..Sept 18..-For Savnnaah .
very great and cannot fail to produce It. British Goods Northern Light'. .....-From N.York..Seit O2..For San J ian, GC
are in fair request, but far less so than French, which -d e ..... From N.York..Sept 0..For Asinawall.
UntdStts.......From N. Yotk..Sentt 2.. For SA3pniwaR
,carry aWay the chief custom both from other foreign Europa............... From N.Ylork..Sept'2..For Liverpook :'1
goods as well as from the domestic market. The French S :hlat:.: Fro: N.York..Sept 9..Fnr Havrs, n ra
3lsridt.-....... -.From N. York..Sept. 55.
is the most progressive in quantity, and is all one-sided; Niagmra............From Boston ..Sept 29..For Liverpool. '..
Slaseow-..............From N.York..Sept 29..For Glasgow. .
for France takes few goods or produce from us. Tue ,'
shipments of. Cottc-n to Havre are mostly for 8wiss, not ,. mTEAMRas TO ARVE FROaM EUOPS. '."_.
French account. British Cloths are active atasteady Washiton....Sabed from Suthampton, fTr New-York, August'rl
rates. De Laines are inactive. Linens are less active. merica ....... Sailed from Liverpool, tbrBsnon, August21.
Aurcm-i.........Sailed from Liverpool. for New-Ydrk. Aeumnsst5. '
Blankets sell well. but are reduced in stock. Sco['ch Eimrnns::------- Eulmi 11m Tfiari:: CrW&IVS A n^s'im4 Wt
Goods are brisk at full rates. Humboldt.....Sails from Southampton for New York, Sept 1. '
large force of nen (1,500) are now on -......s from Lverol, fot Bnew-, Seet. 4 "
A~nca .......-Sails free L~iverpool, for New-Yort, Sept11
the Providence and Fishklll Road, between Providence ronn...Sais fronSoLtverpool for New-York, Sepi. 1 .
and Hartford. Negotiationm are pending with the Canada.. .Sails fron Liverpool, for Bsto, Sept. I -"
Stonington Road, which, when completed, the work Aia ..-.....Sails from Liverpool, for New-York Sept. 2. ," ;
will commence in Providence. There are several fra -i....... si from, for Southampton New-YerkSept. SR I.
other Roadm about making their connections with ]Passengers ArrIved
the Stonington Railroad, which presents one of the in steamship Albatrosa, from Halifax and Quebec--W. Hal
shortest avenues between Bomton and New York lowell, J. Carrathur, D. Daihng. D. Rtnherford, H. R. Le Roy; D
,e a Anoereon. E. Anderson, G. T. Hazard, J. Tranneman, Mrs. Wal.
The Stonington Road will be extended to the east lace E. G. W. Greenwood and lady, Misses. A M. E., A, AnnA
bank of e river opposite New-Loodon; and i and Erma Greenwood, Masters C. G. and F. GOeenwood, Mrs.
Itbles. Miss Mills, Mrs. J. Colemand and 3 children, J' Laugard.P"
is further intended,' although not positively -deter- Mor.isay, Miss Murrisay, T. McKee, J. Smith, MIrs. Jan. Smith, J.
mined upen, to branch off from the Stoniogton Dri- hiny thrtoefro Cadiz-Mrs. M. M. Vehta.a ad Bon
Road at Wickford, which is only twelve mile. from et adiz f
Ass brig altia,. from 'Thrka Ila,fee-Mrs. Drury and 3 children,
Newport, and build three miles of road, which is all Mr.. Wkittei. ',
that is required, and thus form a new and almost direct mnAsu o ALMABAO..-.TI BAT. '

route to Newport, all the way by road, excepting ja Saw-RI es........5 27 I Set-B........6 38 I Meo-Rises.... 8 0a
..... .. 11 10 wa72a. ....x"Wl l AY. "
dozen miles, which could easily be made in a small Sandy HBook .... 10 08m NGWT I-slanid... 1058mIH HeUGate.. sMa
steamer in less than an hour. By this means the pas' ,"_ _
sage could be made from New-York to Newportin seven
or elghi hours. The Stonlngton Road is susceptible of MARINE JOURNAL."
important developments.
The track of the New-Haven and New- PORT OF NEW-YORK...... August 31.
London Railroad is now laid to the D6pSt, and a loco- .-
motive and train of gravel ears came up the whole dis- l er ,
teen onSatudayforeoon Th conecton btwen Ships-Washington, Philhips, Liverpool, Froet&A Hicks ; Colurboho
tance on Saturday forenoon. The connection between Harris, New-Orleans. J. W. Elwell & Co.
that Road and the New.London and Palmer Road is Barka.--John Denham. Gray. Mobile, Sturges, Clearman Co.;
:.James Hall. 7Tamse. savannah, Van Brunt & S1aght; Jasper, Ben-
therefore complete as far as the two tracks are con" nett, Chailesten. Dunham & Dimon.
amd. Brigt-Rainbow. Stinson. Doboy Island, J. W. Elwell & Co.; I1-
cerned. lam. "Youn, Paila. master.
The State Bank of Troy goes into opera Stcl r .-J. B. Preston, Bacon, Balti.more, Van Brunt & Slaght;
Sy Saltillo, Thompson, Beaufort. H. P. Bush; Corbulo, Rowland, Puili.,
tion tomorrow (Wednesday)-capital, $250,000. Mr. Jae.W. McKee; W. S. Robbins, Cartwright. Phila.,Ja. Hand;
Michigan, Basseti, Baltimore, Johnson & Lowden ; J. G. Ds Ros-
R. I. Stark;swho was elected President on its organize sett, Furman, Wilmington, N. C., Dolner & Potter.
...... 1Sloop Rienzi, D~urfee, Newport.
tion, has resigned on account of ill health, and Dr. Al- B arg e Philadelphia, Jones, Pkila., J. & N. Brigg.
fred Watkyns has'been elected in his place. :
At Philadelphia there is more activity Arr. 30, steamship Albatr ss, Kearney, Quebec via Hafifax, 70
U money, and better rates of interest are obtained hours, to S. Draper
h' Battt e o age sy U. S. Mail steamship Ohio, Davenport, fm. Aspinwall Aug. 1., and
The frattLeboo" EJagie says : tingstun, Jam., Aug. 24, with gold dust and pa.seegers, to M. 0.
We understand that the stockholders of the New- U. S. Mail steamshp Alabama,-hours from Savannah, to S. L.
Hampshire Central Railroad, which runs from Manoties- Mitcbhe-ll. Aug. 30. at 3 A. M., 30 miles S W. of Hatteras, ex-
ter to Bradford, being satisfied ot their inability to pro- rged signal with steamship Union. Same time, exchanged sig-
nl b with steamship Florida. The Alabama encountere.0 strong
ceed any further wlih the undertaking, have given. up head winds the entire passage. ''
their stock, and relinquished all interest In said road to Ship Athburton, out Providence,) Taylor, 40 ds. fin. Cadiz, mdse.,
SMessrs. J. W. Clarke &t Co., the well known brokers of to master. Experienced a succeseiun of strong westrly gales to
Boston. Theae gentlemen, we further uor stand, are east of Grand Banks. Aug. 7, lat 43, Ion. 41 g0, fell iskwith the
o wefuh ne ,r brig Solon, (of Yarniouta,) Capt Moody from Andreosan for aBs-
to complete the roaa from Bradford, the present north- ton, with a cargu o0 pig iron, in a sinking condition. Took off the
western terminus, t 0 Claremont, N. H. Thence It Captain and crew, 13 in number-blowing a fresh gale at. the time
i it is Intended to intersect the Rutland and Barlinagton Aug. 5, lat. 40 Ion'. 39, exchanged signals with a ship painted black,
i road a or near Barconville, Vt. Aline of road is also it ared streak, showig a wite signal wiih a black co, bound
a a or ner Br l, V. A 3 ine of ro i a w. Aug. 16, ]at. 43. Ion. 53, saw a large ship. Fourbes-rigged. bound
Sto be built from Whitehall to Sackett's Harbor, on Lake w. Aug. 27, 70 miles east from` Sandy Hook, saw bark Mante,
Ontario, and thus over all these roads furnish a new qnd bound E. Took a pilot the 28th. 60 miles from Sandy M4-k
Important lineof communication between the Lakes and Ship Wurtemourg, (ot New-Oi leans,) Ford, 42 ds` f&. Have.
imprmn lie r cmmuictio 0ewee te Lkesan mdse. and 336 paEsei-gerp, to Taylor & Merrill The...W: was taken
Boston. The contract for the surrender of the N. Es ,ndoeasd3 ps rto Tayr MeiTheon w taken
9 Boton Theconractforthesurrnde of he .H, in tow yesterday by *team-tug ajax, Capt. Thoma T"' ,arnegat,
Central Road has already been completed. and tower into quarantine last night. 'Barnegat
"- Bark Mountaineer. (Br.,) Carey, 42 do. fia. Penzanee, ballast, to
M"arket-CAREFULLY REPORTED FOR THEn TRIBuNE. Barclay & Livingston..'
TPaA.AgCBahk.J. J Hathorn, (of Richmond, Me,) Brown# Newport, EnH.,
A ES T he m arkt is TUESDAY, AuLga. a July s0,railrbad iron, to master. Aug. 25. lat. 41 50. lon,65 20, spoke
ASUES-. The market is steady; sales of 30 tabl, at $5 56 Br brig Ada, from Wilmington, N. C.. for Bay of Chaleur. Aug
D for Pearls, and $5 61&$5 81 for Pots 26 lat. 41, Ion 68, spoke packet-ship Devonbhire,frofnl New York
S COTITON is firmer, owing to news from the South of large for London. Same day, at 2j P. M., saw a large steamship, bound
damage to the crop from a heavy stoim in South Carolina E.-lJat 4, Ion. 67 50
and Tennesmsee. 2 600 bales were sold altogether yesterday Br San Fraiso, (of San Frnisco.) Wood, 14 d fm Balti
S and to-t, at pri cB. more, coal, to master. Aug. 98, Of the Capes of D laWare, expe-
an U .1 at fall-pro ersa rienced a severe sale from the N.HE.
FLOU AN EAL-Themaketopnedratherheavy, Brig Atna, (Br ,) Baxter, 1 d. fm. Turks Island.salt. to P. I.
Sprites favoring the buyer, but closed with more firmness, Nevius & Son, The Br. brig Unicorn, fiorm Baltimore, ir Kingston,
With little to. be has of the low grades at our inside figures. Jam., ran ashore on the night of the 7th mat., on t'aicos- Reef
0 Ths receipts are moderate, and there is little doing for ex- Vessel total loss. The Captain, crew and part of the -cargo saved.
0 port, shippers waiting for the steamer's news, now due at Wiliamn Rae. the chief Mate of the Etlria, a native.of Shelburn,
0 Halifax. -The Inferior grades are dull and prices irregular N. S., died Aug. 16, on the passage from Demerara'ts'St. Thumas.
8 The better grades aye firm, with a ltir inquiry for the home of yellow fever. '1.
3 trade. -Canadian is scarce and firmly held at $4 37) f$4 44 Brig Sword Fish, -(r.,) Green, 12 ds. fin. Sidney, N S., coal, to
3 Th sales of Domestic reach 7,000 at 62l for Sift'en, Ironsides & Co.
T letBrig Juverna, (Br., Hanebary,13 d. fro. Hillb.rough,N.B.,
I nour and No. 2ssuperfine- $4 314R$4 44 for common to straight coal, to order. r a 3... ,".
3 btate- $4 44'&$4 68j for common to good Ohio; $4 371 Schr Tangent, Plummer, 8 ds. fm. Columbia, Mle, lumber and
9 $4 621 for mixed to fLancy Michigan and Indiana; $4 5061 laths, to Mayhew, Talbkt & Co.
6 $4 62k for fancy Ohio; $4 62A'E$4 75 for fancy Gaeesee; $4 Scbr. Go'u Hope, Everton, 6 ds. fm. Elzabeth Ctyi.N. C., wheat.
75@$5 12f for extra Uhio ; $4 874k'&$5 87* for extra Gene- S,'hr. Maxon R gers, Farran, 3 ds. frm. Virginia, potatoes.
4 see. Scauhern is firm, with a "fair demand;. 2,300 bbls. Schr. Lindsay. Day, 5 ds. fmin. Newbern, N. C., naval stores.
S changed hanos at $4 503$4 681 for mixed to straight brands, Schr. Comet, Pugh. 4 do. fr. Washi- gton, N. C.,naval stores.
oano 4 7@$5 37 for faucy. Rye Flour is quiet and scarce S hr. Hanover, Chichester, 5 do. frn. Richmond;indse., to C. H.
r. at 6 621. Corn Meal is scarce. Sales 60 bbl. Jersey at Sh a.Gen. Cass, Buckley, 3 ds. fmin. Rockland, line.
r to arrive ; 60 punc herons Brandywine at i7 0 BELOW-Ships Vanguard, from Liverpool, with. mdse. and pas
, Ractive. Tpes arel buying i rather~eaier, but mor ee'segers; Rajah, from Ireland, with passengers,.-'t#Thos.. Church;
ative Si s rfe run m feely; the home demand bark. W. V. Bowen, of Addison; brigs Fulton, (B.,) of and from
Sismodeiate. The supply-on the market -Is noc very large. Halifax; Mary, from Harrington, with lumber; lso shilp Owego,
'. The saesinclude about 24,000 bush Red Ohio at97c.0'S$l t(not Oswego, before reported,) from Liverpobl] with' mdse. and
I 01 ; 5,01 0 bush miXed Wabash at $lA3'.; .5,000 -bush. white passengers, to Sturges, Clearman & Co. ; also ships, 4 barks, 3
S Ohio $1 (19, and 2,200 bush. mixe Canadikan at $1. Rye hdrm. brigs and 4 lull rigged brigs.
Sis. quiet and steady. Sales 700 bush. as .8blc. Oats are a The ab,e vensels are reported by Capt Thomas, of steam-tug
Y shace easier and rather more plenty. Sales of Western and Ajax as 3 brin between Sandy Hookh and Barnegat.
'Alpo, shiyo Calcutta, from Leghorn; oldiefo Havre;
f Canadian at 44346c. and State 45,&46c. -iarley qevintand Alto, s;igs Calcutta, fin in ghorn; Woddside, from Hnvre
tt Cnadan t 4@45. an.Stte 5 4o..tlarey s qietand brig Pioneelrom St. Helena for Greeupoyt. Thi Captain sicli.
p. ricps are nominal at &56'c. Birley Malt isselting slow- brig e m St. Helena for reepot. The Cptin i.
Sly at 90h'9. Corn-is very dull and not very plenty either SAILED-ShipWasbinton, Page, for Liveol ; Rhine, Dane.
)f for the home trade or export. 12,000 bush. sold at 71i-372a. for Havre ; L'ldutrie, (Swed.,) Jansen, Loidon; barks Jason,
for iA astern Mixed, and 5 691 for unsound. The n (Bleom..) Schiller, ror Bremen; Leo, Miller,,a~iz ; Helen Maria,
hho str iedand6&9-2yo. .ad.TeI- r~ Silsby, for St. Johns, N. B. ''
closes dull-and heavy,
: V1ND--Sunnee, N. W.^ ; Meiiu o Si .
S WHISKY-The market is. active, -with soine 'specula- 'WIND-Sunnee, N. W.; Meridian, do.; Sniiet,S. E.
tive inquiry. Large portion of the sales were made to ar- A sloop named the Orange. loaded with brick, .'sunk on the west
rive. Sales 1,000 bus. at 24a. for Ohio and.25e. for Prison end of 1he Hog's Back kock, in Hurk Gate. '1 in ran aground last
Drudge is scarce, at future delivery, and 26*c. is demanded. Me iday night. It is thought he wilt be 8ot di';
OPS- are more ativ 6 bal at a W The schooner Brazos, athore at Floy,'"s Neck/"was passed by the
S BUPS; aremore active.. 60 bales Eastern, and Western steamboat Island City ye-terday afternoon, and she is reported in
I were5-so0 a.t 40 5. the sarie situatiei thenas at first. The I. t'i"1s6.rep6orts that he
KPROVISIONS-The market is unsettled for Pork and has got on in consequence of being crwdel,.by another vessel,
Is -prics are irregular; holders scem more disposed 'to realize, that, in company with- her, was clawing off kh',hore in the gale of
- *Sales ef aboutC4.,0 bbls. at $19 50$i9 75 for Mess ; $17 5023 Saturday night lfast. The jib boom of the a ah vessel was run
-$17 62k for Prime ; prices ofClear.and Prime Mess are nora- through her stern, striking, in its court e, the captain, antd' injuriUg
B inal Beefis heavy ; the transactions are only of a recall bhm 0o seriously in the abdomen that his bowels protruded almost
t .. Entirely from his peesun, from the eflm t ofwhil.h he died the .txt
character ; oar quotations are but a little better than nooi- day. All hands abandoned the vessel irmmqd dial, aider the catas-
S' nal; between. 110 and 1100 bbls changed hanch, (part-vaster- tophe, 'f,.r :the purisreebof procqrng ourgicaj Ijd and 'rendering him
g dav5 at $1423$17 for Mesa mud $623$Sfor new and old Prime ; every assistance possib~e. The 'Brazes helouped to Portland. Cona.,
large sales could not be made at these prices.. Beef Hams as" did also t l vddod] with which she cmeihicibiollision, and both
I are scarce and nominal at E1823$18 60. Cut meats are doll; 'werdloaded witSt quarry-otosa. It is thei lttPibnuon hoard of ths
-the demand and supply are alike' moderate .we hear of no I. C. that her cargo can be readily eischarsed, and, after being
' gaies. Lard is freely'offered; prices are easier. Sales ofSO raised by a couple of lighters, the vesselt.night be towed into
@400 tcs: and bbls. at I13ll ,, and 600 Rees at llk23llflc. Northport and repaired at a trifling cost. She is but 18 months old
Butter is in moderate sup ply and fair demand at preious and of about 120 tuna burden. .. ''
7 prices. Cheese is in good request and large supply ; it seth FselnAlHsaa.Teeweehtf eelai h oto
FazaI ^ a& m ^ wirlan *l v F .T, H~vz.--There wre butfeyess..l in thpot. of
S t)'wo .............. Havana on the l8th last and freights were ve dtill;to Coweo and
R GlCE R! --Sugar_ are qPintd ,Io?00 d. l'^tucova- a market, nominally S5 to 40/ tor small vesdIs ; to' Trieste, 8 for
does sold at 4 1c., and 600 Porto Ricos i .Box small vessel; to United States ports, 50c. pbox.. ,
sugars are inactive. Mn~la-ses are dut4 eocova- ...--- ..
.does sold at 262327o., and 1,50 ahe ['Fr' m or rr sod '
- are no' Porto Ricos offering.,oroods.
..- HIDEs. are very inaciv btd1' oti stock. PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 31--n4drivoen-Barts C. U. lBeU, 'Cole,
'0'arosdaonsm;Dilaware, Croweli, Boston ; 5Ictm. Cot.. J. Pegs, Ed-
t rJnocos aoat fo wisi0h ja~.s Newark; Alabama, Davis, do. ;l Jnbir Titus; 'lewtomb, Jas.
f :, ma oa . 'I lb. ,The.... I.I. Bro. .Le...... Newport. '"'; '...

i'".LEAHE is not so actve,' b th'.i1l al Cleared-Brigs W. Clark, Berry, Demerara; Waterloo, (Br.)
t'h dAEand is not d so active,,r butIothniallarcly Fequal Outeibnridge, Bermiuda; Sarah Ellen, Yok;,' Portlard'; Harbinger,
ithe demand, and prices arem: s BaHt. Boston'; schrs. Julia, Vangilde, Wlminigto,IN. C-.; Alaba-
IRQOM hffurther advanced. 20 4tuthi ig sold at mavDais, Boston; A. Venal, ABderso'i,' Portland';-;l. Johnson,
j236.$2.. 50 pe- months. , ",. -) Rjsn, B idageport; Thos. Potter,. lark, WehtPoint; L M. Brown

IS= 5 0... i amespn- f.." . I I.?..... .... .
S^AAl^andetWalljep Leanan, Newportm-.^

60, 10AAD' 4411. hopivy.S e aa^ **^ as! lar -^y

that eonthetb imst.,the bar k struck. on Dog Rock where she re
mait-re for evernal days. With the asBistunce of the Spanis.bris
Anistead. at.dil thr' wing nverbu-rd a nortiou of the creo,, they
Bt'.needed in iettng her off. She is perfectly tight, and sustained
but trifling injury.
B'AKar FLO0mA, t', Saa Francisco for Valparaiso,'on the 4th June,
e'cruatrered a h*avy gate irom the north,, which stove larhoard'
qiuater bopt abd carried pwty the lavitsd, sprung a leak under the
tr.asrfm. and was obliged tn heav- cargo overboard to light her.
BASR ELLA FANsess, at Ran Francisco from Hong Konf, on the
2fth and 27th of-May encountered a severe hurricane, which carried
away topsainantt and royal marTs ; I\ut qater boat, and sutauined
other damage. Ur thep2tith June, in lat.,37 8N.. Ion 7t '24 E a
seaiman ism'd Jugn Smith of New-York, aged 42 year, sick with
diarrli.ea, telloverboard and was loi-t.
T'sE sTo-ear City of New-Yoik, Capt. Baxter,'which efte Bouton
tact Satmiray afternoon ,on her regular trin to'Phila 'elpbia, is re-
poted by Capt. Cisaveland. of sloop Escort. at New-Be-tifori, to
have b'en as-hb re on East thop, Holimes's Hole, it'lt P: *, on Sun-
dry with a Iight-r alongside Capt. C. states thalst she could uot
have been g-t' off Sunday fteroinun if the gale continued, as the
tid woas failing when the Escort pvssnd her. The 'riamer Mae-
sachusetts not .having arrived at New-Bedford on Monday at the
usnal time, on aci-ount of the r.torm, we hove no further'information
Froum the City of New-Yo k than is contained above.
Snip AarLLINO, of Boston, was driven ashore at Mobile, in a gale
en '2th or 26th inst. ,
To Mariner-s. '
The Stake on Great Bed,' in Providence River, has been 'carried
away. , .
POSIT1iaro OF GUAnALaeP' IsLanDs-Extract from the log of the 'f.
S.'Ebhip Ohio.-" At aek,,Dec. 31, 1848, at meridian, E. end of Gaada'
loupe Is land bore (by compass) S. WV. by W. ,% W. ; north-west
end. W. % S. ; southli end;S' S. W., distance 12 miles-lai. by oh-
aervation, 99 deg. 28 N lot.g by 'hronometr',-14t deg d7 W. making
the soulh end nl the island in lat. 29deg 13 N. long 118 dee. 341 W.,
from Greenwich. [By the charts of the U. S.'Exploring Expedition,
in -at. 28 deg 35 N., long. 118 deg. 10 W. ; by the char's of E. & Q.
W Blunt. in lat 29 deg. 07, N. long. 118 deg. 19 W. ; by the charts
of 1. WV. Norie, Jat. 28 deg 56 N ,long. 118 des. Ofi, W."] 'From the
a-oe ttneaMaW a7 17, 849-Note-" At 10 h. -15 m (A. M.)parsed
over the position of Cnroper'e loland, as laid down on the charts of
the U S. Ex. Epedition dad others, but discovered no appearance of
BATA, July 16-The new Anchorage Law. reducing the tunnage
dues to 300 rs. per tun, is now in force, and a thus re-
moved from the shipping interest.
Sailed from. Edgartown 28th, ship Daniel Webster, Starbuck,. -(of
Nantucket) fur Pacifiic Oiean
Arn; at Sak Francisco July 30, bark Wm. Wheaton, Green, of N.
L., Irom N, W. Coast. 400 bbln. wh...
At Wangerao, New-Zealand, June 5, Alert, BolIes, of New-Lon.-
dou. 710 rp.,
Off Pleasant Island, Dec. 15, Roscoe, Gotham, N. B., 3 i mos. out,
850 sp
O%.N. W. Coast, May 28, Wells, Cross. N. B., no 0il this season-
June 10, S. H. Wheatinman, Hall, Stonington, I whale; HAtchez,
Hal, N. B., I whale ; Cavalier, Freeman, Stoninuton, 1 whale.
Sui'ed from Sydney, N. S. W, March 11, Sheffiela, Roys,ofnCold
Spring for South Seas. .
At New Zealand, in January, ship Isaac Howland, N. B., 100 wh.,
all well. for Arctic Ocean.
Sailed from BRio Janeiro July 20, ship Timor, Baker, from Pacific,
of and lor Sag Harbor.
'Spoken-No date, )at. 40 0O S., log. 172 W., Montezurna, Benja-
min. of N. L., 7 moe. out, with 200 bbls. nil, for Arctic.
June 22. lat. 25 S., long. 82 16 W., Pantheon, Worth, of N. B.,
last from Talcahuano, 800 sp.

Spoken, &e.
Aug. IP lat. 35 N., Ion. 69 W., bark Hyperion, fin. New-York for
July 20, off Cape Flattery, ship Perbia, Brown, from' San Francis-
co for Steilacome.
Aug. 29. lat. 33 40, Ion. 75 66, bark Meldon, Merrill, from' New-
Orleans for Bobton.
Aug. 14. of' east end of Bermuda, bark Cuba, Sherwood, 8 ds. fm.
New-York for Aspinwall.
Aug. 19, lat. 30 44 N.Jon. 40. WV., schr. Sarah H. Lewis, from,
Bof-tonjor St. Domingo
Aug. 19, no lat., A&e.bark Mlay Queen, from Baltimore for Guad-
S Foreign Ports.
Arr. at Panrena, Aug. 3, Am. steamolsip Northerner, Isham, 17
days Irom San Francrisco, With $1,'50.000 in treasure, aud 20) pass.;
Eng. steamer Quito, W. B Wells. 7 dayi from Callao, $26i7,0o0 in
treasure,and.42 pass. : 4th, Am. bark Golden Era, Sleeper 160 days
from New York; 6th, Am sloop of-war Portsmouth, Dormnin, (20
guns and 200 marines,) 8 days, from Guayaquil; Britinh brig-nf war
Swilt, Aldhrm, gunss and 83 manneia. 30 days from San Bias, with
$U.00,000 in treasure; 7bth, Ens. brig Black Prince, J. J. MoPhenson,
29 dayu from Valparaiso. Cld Aug. 4, Am. steamer Golden Gate,
Patteison, for S'n Francisco ; 5th, Ei.g. bark London, John Daniel,
for San Francisco; Eng. ship Victoria, Wallis, for San Francisco;
Am. steamer Northerner, for San Francisco; Am. ship Catharine,
lor China.
At Para 3d inst., bark Republic, Brown, for New York 16 day._;
brig Henrietta, of and for Salem, arr. lstt-i-nly A&m veasela.
At Bemedios, Cuba. 17th inst,, brigs Halcyon. Eldridge, for New-
York. Idg.. Eliza Burgess, Glawmon, from Buston, disg.
At Havana 1tib inst ship, John S. B Haris, Harmon. for New-Or-
leanot. In baliaset; Canton, Sewall; Hampton Youig, and John W.
W white, MeNear. wtg.; barks Pristis, Rogers; Chase, Chase ; Para,
Betta, ano Ann Juh.son, Lathrnip, do.; F. A. Perley, Staaaoivd. aad
it. H. Knight, Hart, from Portland, just arr ; Japinica. Gallagher,
fuoni Philadelphia. do.; Jas. Smith. Jackson, from Mobile, do ; Sa
rah Bridge. Sturtevant. for New.Orleans. Sailed about 17th, barks
Odd Febow, Elliott, and Sarah Ann, Dochham, New-York-18th,
Scoliand, Percy, do.
Arr at Quebec. 2th inst., bark Brothers, Merphy, Boston.
Artr atWeyn.optb, N. S., 18th inst., bark Idas, Churchill, Inagua
via Boston aid Portomuuth.
At BonnireAng. 14, barks HiBre. Prince, for New York, m 3 do.;
Wt. V. Bowen, Dyer, for New-York, next day ; schr. Union, Neal, for
New-York, nertday.
Arr. at Kingson, Jam., Aug. 19, bark Edward, Dearborn. Phila
dolphia ; I5th, b'ig Abboattfod, from Baltimore. did. 10th, brig
Mary Ann. ar Pensacnla I llth. schr. Eleanor, for New York ; 19tbh
achr. Port ot Spain. Cole, Philadelphia.
Arr. at Montego Bay, Jam., Aug. 18,schr. D. W. Baldwin, Hathe
way, Baltimore.
Art. at Callao July 24, ship Queen of the East, Bartlett. from
New-York (April 5) for San Francisco, with 105 passengers, all in
good healh--put in lar wood and water.
At Surinsm Asa. 4, bark Cuba, Power, for Glnucesterro1ds.; brigs
Boston, Tucker. for do., 10 ds., Niger, Irom Gloucester unc ; brig
Sarah, (late Goffin) from Dainerara. in quarantine. Brig Amazon,
Pulcifer, had sailed previously for Gloucester.
Domestic Ports.

ALBANY, Aug. 30-Arr. schr. D. Parker, Rusuell, New-Haven.
Old. kcbrs. Ann Flower, Bearee, Boston ; Elizabeth, Otis, do.; Con-
vert, Boult. do ; Clotilda, Gidersleeve, New London; Empire,John-
ason, Providence; United, HaJleck, do.. H. W. Godfrey Mead Bal-
tinore, Md. '
ASTORIA. (Oregon)-In port July 25. ship Great Britain ; brigs
Taquina, Vandalia, Kivgesborough, Nonpaeil, Piedmont; barks J.
Merrithew,Numkeag,John Adbms; schrs Mary Melville, Martha
Vassar. Mary Taylor. Susan & Abigaril. Sid. ship Pekin; brig Cy
elopa. Ready to sail, barks Menduza, Louisiana; brig Powhattsn.
BALTIMORE, Aug. 30-Arr. bark Queen. Watson, Rio Janeiro;
scbr. Conrsair,,(Br,) Veabey, Bermuda Cid. ship Admnial, Bliffio,
Havre; barks Roanoke, Kelly, Rio de Janeiro and a market; Cuoa,
Sawyer, Poitland ; brigs Nancy Plaisted, Brown, Bnostou; Elisha
Doama, Loring. do.; schrs. Time, (Br.) Gould. Nassau; Young
Hunter, (Br ) Babin, St. Johns, N. F.; Mary A. Fo'rrest. (new,) For.
rest, Savannah ; Jtoh W. Anderson, Watson, do.; Ann E.izabeth,
EdwardF, WiJmingtin, N. C.; Mary Harvey, Ingersoll, New York ;
L A. Edwaidr, Conklin. do. SId. on Sunday last. brigs Eolus,
Moore for Boston; Nancy Plaibted, Brown, do.; William, Moores,
do., Elisha Doane, Loring do.; scbhrs. Lewis A. Edwards, Cokiling,
New-York; Minerva, McGivern, Fall River.- Yesterday, schr.
Lydia Gibbs, Gibbs, for Providence.
BOSION. Aug 30-Telegraphed, brig Horatio, (Br.) Nom Mansa-
nilla. (at anchor in Nantarket Roasds.) Cild. bark Chester, Crosby,
Philadelphia: brigs Eigle, ( Br.) Gerrior,Picton; Sophia, Small, Port-
land schr. Emhma, W m. HafBord Norfolk. Nuthins sailed. Stmr.
Eastern City, fir Eastport, started and put back, probably on ac
count of the storm.
BRLSTOL, Aug. 26-Arr. sloop Chief, Simmons, New York. Sid.
schr. Tomah.Trimble. Boston, (or Phila., according to wind.)' Arr.
27th, sloop Temperance, Davis, Somerset for New York Sid. 28th.
ichr. Jujia Ann, Haskell, Bangor, (or Philadelphia, according to
DIGHTON, Aug 26-Arr. brig Atalaya. Wallace, Pictou ; schlirs.
John S. Shriver, Cain. Baltimore; Banquet Lewis, Suffolk, Va
Sid. 27th, schr Corelli, Padelford, Phila.; sloop Sarah, Lincoln.
New York, (both fiom Taunton.)
EDGARTOtN, Aug. 27-Arr. brigs Smyrna, New .York for Bos
ton T. P. Hitchborn, Berry. Phila. (or do. ; schrs. H. D. Leigh
ton, Perry de. lor do ; Gulnare, Rosebroots, do. for do. ; Amanda
Cliflord. do. for Salem.
FALL RIVER Aug. 28-SId. bark Dency, Averill, Picton ; schr.
Henry, Appleby, New-York.
SM.STIC, Aug. 2--Arr. alsip. Apollo, Halmes. New-York. Sld. 36th,
schr. Venice, Forcyth, New-York. 27th, bark Asa Fish, Gates,
NEWPORT, Aug. 29-Arr. barks Dency, Averill, Fall River for
Pictou; Kedar, Fessenden, Providence for Bostn ; brig Caretaw.
Johnson, Providence lbr Waldoboro'; schrs.' Ottoman, Clifford,
Providence for Phila. ; Frances Hallet, Giffird. do. do.
NORFOLK, Aug. 28-Arr. schrs J. A Stewart, Jones, Baltimore;
Dolphin, Coffee, fr(,m North Carolina, bound to New-York, put in
on account oif adverse winds.
NEWBURI PORT. Aug. 28-Arr. schr. Kossuth, Davis, New-
It EW BEDFORD, Aug. 28-Arr. schr. Isabella Thompson, Ba-
chelder, Philadelphia Sid, sloops Corinthian, Shephard, New York;
Elect. Wiring. (not Weeks,) Albany.
NEW-HAVEN, Aug. 30-Arr. brigs Atlantic, Duell, Barbadoes ;
Neuvitas, Griffin, Mayaguez, Porto Rico ; schr. I Merritt. Wright,
A lbny ; Mary Elizabeth.--, Philada ; Ellen Louisa, Thompson,
New-York. Sid. snBhr. Sarah Elizabeth, New-York ; sloop Roanoke,
do.; Emily Jane, Couch, Albany. -
NEW-LONDON. Aug. 28-Arr. prop. Charles Osgood Sminh, fm Nor
wich for New-York.; suhr. Joseph Lybrand, Bell, from do. for Phi-
ladelphia. Sid. slip ILea (Br ) Price. for St. Johns, N B.
PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 30--Arr brig Hero, (Br.) Thomas, Cha.
rente; schis. Suran Cannon, Frit-by, Sagua la Grande; Mary Job%-
son, Ryan; Claisoa Budd, Smith, Harlem. Cid bark Pamphylia,
Shead. Boston; brig Telegraih, Laurens. Charleston.
PROVIDENCE, Aug. 28-Arr. schr. Alexander Henderson, God-
fiey. Philadelphia. Sid. brigs Douglas (Br.) Douglas, Pictou; Elins
Dudley, Holiins, and Grand Turk, Smith, Bangor (or Philadelphia);
Pamahin. Adams, Philsdelphis (orBaltimoe); achbrs. Ottoman. Clif
lord, Phila (or Doboy Island, Ga., according to wind); Ida Dalla-
torre, Lanfair; Lowell. Baker; Romeo, Palmer; Mosea Brown,
Boktr, and John W. Gaudy, Town,send. Philadelphia; Saunders,
Herrimsn, do. (or Bangor); Catharine Wilcox, Linnell, Albany ;
Yahlic, Burt, WaFhir gt-n. N.C. Aug. 29, arr. schrs E B. & F. L.,
Cramer. Philadelphia; Marietta Hsnd, J.onte, New York Sld. bark
Kedar, Fesesudon, of and for Boston (to load for California) ; brig
Hud-on, Carver, Bangor (or Philadelphia, according to win 1);, schre.
Exile, (Br.) Gal iat, St. John, N.B.; Statira,Park, and G. V. Pick-
ering, Colcord, Banger (or Philadelphia); Jerolemon, Coffin, Suffolk,
Va.; James C. Fisber, Anderson; Johnl Willitts Weaver, and SmI.
Castner, Cullen, Philadelphia-. Shephard A' Mount. Hawkins,
New-York; sloops Thos. Bull, Miller, and Thos. B. Hawkins. Haw-
kins, do. -
PORTLAND, Aug. 28-Cld bark Robert Pennell, Smith. San
Juan de,. los Remedios; brigs Potosi, Silsby, Matauzast, P.R.Curtis,
Stover, Philadelphia.7
BIRCHMOND, Aug. 27-Sid. schr. Haxall., Laffield, New-York.
SAN FRAtCISCO-Arr. July 16,ship Oxford, Lane. Boston; 17th,
bark Race Hound, Copeland,'New-Yort ; 21st, bark Wallace,-- ,
SALEM, Aug. 28--Cld. bark Delegate, Jnuo. Gillan, San Francisco
Sand Sacramento City; schr. Pavilion, Snow, New York, via Marble-
STONINGTON, Aug. 27-Arr. schrs. Governor, Hawkini, and
SMary A. RouJani, Raynor, Philadelphia ; 28th, James R. Mitchell,
SMu'llen. Bristol. Pa. forTaunton ; ThomaH B. Smith.' Kelly. Albany
for N.Bedford; sloop Monitor, Davis. N.York for Fall River.

BLUE NANKEENS.-50 cases, a very
.superior rticle, for sale by NESMITH & CO.,
No. 52 Broad-st. and No 50New-st.
Lammot & Son manufacturers, for sale by
NESM1TH & CO., No. 52,Broad-st. and No. 50 New-at.

I and white, A.J. Richmond & Co. manufacturers,
Lowel.;forsale by NESMITH & CO.,
: No. 52 Broad-st. and No. 50 New-sL
PRINTS-.-Madders and Steams, ew
t fyles coming in from the works daily, for sale by
NEP.-I..TRH:& COQ., J,52Broad-st. and No 50 New-atL .FANCY GOODS. .
** .. .... .... . Phtladelphia
Have opened in store and ready for sale, a superb saseor
Smesnt of the newest and moat desirable Goods in their line
Sto which .they ell, the attention of buyer from t.W
and South.

Jl Ribbons k. velvetsaeather' aed;, ill.ery Roed;
ribbons adaptedfordret an-d. mantilla trimx ingu; fo for
bonnetv, neck ribbon, wristleta, bowm fbr hair sashes.-al of
ba ric =Wt quIitysd d. g andi largest varlify ever ex-
bited n -F..or sae veiy eea et wolea
Ilk~fn I.~ flqItte' -0;ef S~tft 1

VWliterock Mills regular superfine 37 inch ; ale
Water Twie' do, unequaled torfineness of teKxure and pe'-
fecnion.f fabric, for.saleby NESMITH IL CO..
No. 52.Broad-st and No. 50 New-sft.

lotbing, & C.

French Silk Hat@ at $3-$1 less than BroadwLy priea.
Neat Haw at $2 60. B &OW,
No 158 Canal-st., one door from. Sullivan.
pair# of DAY'@ Patent Vulcanized Rubber and Japanned
Overahoes .
Theae goods received the first prendmium sliver medal at the
laut annual Fair ofthe American Institute."
Exporters and extensive dealers are advised to save a ro-
fitin ordering and purchasing. Day's falidies equal 2,000
pairs a day. Buyers are cautioned that the 1b combination"
are again at their old &me ofthrzeatening prosecution,to my
austomers-ai] for effect, that they may still for one yea
more plunder the pocket of the "people.
.... .. fHORACE LDAY,
Oldest Manufacturer of India Rubber Shoes in-the United
SStates, owner of over 20 patent rights. Warehoume, No. 3
SCourtlandt-st., New-York.
BOYS' CLOTHING. r ready made or made rto order
is *t No 81 Fulton-at. At th4s establishment, you will find
a large assortment of fashionable ready-made Ciothing, al-o
Sa splendid assbitmeint of Goods, which will oe made to or.
dtlr in a style that cannot be surpassed.
S. No. 81 FULTON-ST., N.Y.

.ores,, Sflit9ges0, c.
FOR ALE.-A Gray Horse, Carriage
and Har ess will be sold itosether or separate. Horse
16 hands high ; 5 yeas ol ; Osound and kind in all harness;
suitable for family' carriage, 'express wagon' or cart horse
To be seen at the Union Stables, No.. 230 9th-av., -near
26,h-st. .
10 ) M U L E S for SALE-Among
which may be fourd some extra large pairs, wet'.
broke, a few lagea Mules bioke to single harness, some veryI
nice shipping Muies, aand asome very 6 e unbroke Mules
Inquire of ROBERT RICHEY, No. 165 Washington.-st., or
of the subscriber, at Jameaburgh, N. J1.

painting, Oz.

ZINC. PAINTS.-- Warranted pure.-
The NEW-JERSEY ZINC CO., Warehouse No. 4S
Dey-st., are prepared to supply their Zinc Painta at the fol
lowin prices:
l o. I White, ground in oil, 9a. per pound.
No. 2. White, ground in oil, 8c. per pound.
No. 3 White ground in oil, 7c. per pound.
Brown and Black, ground in oil, 5jc. per pound.
Dry White of Zinc 6c. per pound. '
After thorough test in Europe and the United States, has
been fotind to retain its beauty and protective qualities long
er than any 'other paint. For whiteness and brilliancy it
unrivaled; it is free from all poisonous properties so common
and dangerous-in other pigments, will cover-equal weight-
from 40 to t01' per cent. more space than lead, and is thera,
flore much 'cheaper to the customer. As an inside paint, i
will not turn yellow, even when exposed to the stilpherous
asses of coal fires or the foul air of ships. Their White
Zinc ground in varnish produces the porcelain finish. Their
In a few hours form a hard and solid metallic coating upos
wood, brick, iron and other metallic surfaces, are remarkable
for their firp-proof properties. They are specially adapted
for marine purposes, having bepn found to resist the corrod
uing action of salt water, s destructive to other paints, Deal
erarm supplied on liberal terms by
MANNING & SQUIER, Agents, No. 45'Dey-mt.

OAL.-The subscriber has in yards,
C and is constantly discharging a'lthe various kiuds or
racite and Bituminous Coals, viz: Peach Orchard
Black Heath, Lehigh, Liverpool Orrel, Cannel, Sidney
&a. &c., all of the very best quality, delivered in handaon a
order, and for sale low. JAMES L. WORTH,
4th-mt. *or Thompson, and 6th-av. nor. Amos.
Down town office h1o. 52 ,
OAL.-1 still continue to deliver best
Red Ash, screened, from yards dry undo, cover at $5
per tun. $4 75 from boats. Yards King and Greenwich and
Goerck and Rivinpton. PETER CLINTON.

SEHIGH COAL of first quality-Lump,
L Egg, and Stove mizes, for sale at the foUllowing prices,
and delivered free of cartage:
From yard, screened......................$5 00 per tun.
Prom vessel................... ...... 4 .50 peirtun.
Corner of Washington and Albany-ste.,
and No. 300 Henry-st.l
PTTSTON COAL.-The Pennsylvama
Coal Company is prepared to deliver to families i
any part of this city, Brooklyn and Williamsburgh, from Ito
Canal. Boats, and several yards, the various mses of it,
Pittston Coal, which is a superior Anthracite for domastil
use. Apply at the yards, corner of 14th-st. and 9th-av.
West-st near Morton at the foot of Governeur-.t, Baar
River ; foot of North 10-4t. Williamaburgh; f ot of Giold
it., Brooklyn, or at the office of the Compiany, corner o
Broadway and Wall-st The Coal will bedelivered st$4 71
per tan, of 2,000 Ibs. from the Canal Soast. and at i 26. r
ooreened from the vards.

Steamboats anb ailroabo,

(Middletown,) and RED BANK.-The new and' mplendld
stesn.boat THOMAS HUNT, Capt. A. H. Haggerty, will
tease the New-Haven Pier, Peck-slip, East River, am forl
lows :
-Fron New-York. From Shrewubury
Wednesday, Sept. 1, 6 A M. Wednesday, Sept. [ 9 A.M.
Thursday, 2, 7 -" Thursday, 2, 10*-"
Friday, "" 3 7& Frday, 3, 11 ..
saturday, "" 4, 8 "" Saturday, "" 4, 1lj "
*SUNDAY.-. 5, 8 .. SUNDAY, -- 5, 12 M.
Monday, -" 6, 84 * Monday. 6, 12 "
Tuesday, ., 7, 9 Tuesday, "" 7, 12 P.M.
Wednesday, 8, 10 I Wednesday-" 8, U -.
Thursday, -" 9, 11 "" rhurmday, "" 9, "4
tiriday, --1, 12 M, 1 Oriday, "" 10. -
Satuiday,." 11, 1 P.M saturday, "" 11, 4 ""
SUNDAY .- 12, 6 ALM I UNDAY, ""12, 3 ..
Monday, "" 13, 6 "- Monday, "" 13. 3" -'
Tuesday, "" 14, 7 -- Tuesday, 14, 83 -o
Wednesday,- 15, 8 Wednesday, -- 15,'4 "'
The stages tor Squam will run in connection with noas.-
Itages to wonvey passengers to all parts of the nountry.-
person are rorbid tirteng the above boat on the aonoua
of tne ow ners.

DOCK, (Middletown) and RED BANK.-The popular
steamer EDWIN LEWIS, Capt. J. P. Corlies, wll leawv
Robinson-st. Pier. North River, an follows:
From New-York. From Shrewsbury.
Thursday, Sept. 2, 9 A.M. Wednesday. Sept.l, 8 A.M
Saturday, 4, 1( Friday, 3, 9
Tuesday, 7, 1" P M. Monday, 6, 10
Thursday, 9, 2 .. Wednesday. 8, 12 M.
Saturday, 11, 2 -- Friday, 10, 1 P.M
Monday, 13, 2 Monday, 13, 7 A.M.
Tuesday, 14, 3 Tuesday, 14, 7 --
Wednesday. 15. 4 IWednesday. -- 15. -
OUn tIINIDAYS, weather permit ting, me EDWIN LEWIS
will run to KEr LORT, couching at Furt Hamilton; leave.
ing the foot of Hammbnd-st. at 8k A. M. and Robinson-st.,
at 9 A. M. Re turning, leave Key Port at 3 P. M.

SPRINGS.-The cais of the NEW-YORK and HA.
M RAILROAD, leave the City Hall Station. New-York,
Dailly, (Sundays excepted,) at 10o'clock, A M. Mail Train
to Chatham Four Corners, connecting with Western Railroad
for Albany and Troy, Lebanon Springa, Pittsfield, Spring
field and other intermediate Stations.
At 3 o'clock, P. M Accommodation Train to Chathazr
Four Comrners, connecting with Western Railroad going East
W Passengers for Lebanon Springs will take the F
o'clock, A. M. Train to Chathamn, Western Railroad tc
Canaan, and Stage to Lebanon, arriving early the same after
.aoon. M. BLOAT, Superintendent.
Fare through, S2.
JLALBANY.--From the wharf foot of Murray-st. at
7 o'clock A. M. daily (Sundays excepted) making the usual
standing. The fast and splendid steamer AL1DA, Capt H
Patterson, wil leave New-York Mondays, Wednesdays
and Fridays, and Albany at the same hour each alternate day
The new and beautiful steamer R, INDEFR, Capt. 0. W.
'Farnham, will leave New-York, Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Saturday and Albany each alternate day. Meals served on
board. N. B. Fo further information apply to
S" JAMES BISHOP & Co, e. 3 Beaver-Et
r1 'H-L ii kW and elegant steamer FRAN-
SCIS SK1DDY will leave foot of Jay-st. at 15 minutes
before 7 o'clock, foi Albany, Fare 50 Cents, oz MON-
following:landings : West Pointe Newburgh, Poughkeepaie,
Kingston, Bristol, Catskill and. Hudson, returning on arte
nate days. maEking the samine landings. Tbi6 boat will noidt
race or pay the least attention to any other boat, but go regn.
larly'along. arriving in good season. The owners feel confi
dent that passengers by her will prnounce her the safest and
Most comffnitable 6at on' the river. Written Intructions
have been given to the Captain, and may be found hangin
ap on board of the boat. by the side of the Inlspetor's CeW
'eate. This boat is provided with Francis's Patent Metafo
.Life Boats. The public may depend on this in all respects.-.
JAMES McCULLOUGOH, Agent, No. 169 Front-mE.

X .Trains leave Chambers-st station daily. (Sundays ex-
cepted) for Albany and Troy as follows:
EXiPRESS TTRAIN at 6 A. M., through In fotiur-houra, and
connecting with trains reaching Bufialo or Montreal at 8
o'clock same evening -MAIL TRAIN at8 A.M.-WAYTRAINS
at 1' and 4 P. "M.-ExPRESS TRAIN at 6 P. M., and AcCOM-.
.MODATIoN TRAIN at 7.30 P. M.--Passerngers taken at Cham-
bers st.. Canal-st. Christopher-st., 14th-.t: and.3tast st.-SuN-
DAY MAIL TRAIN aC 5 P. M. from C nil-st.-FAREs--$ 50
'to Albany-$1 56 to .Troy--86 50 to Montreal-$8 10 to
SBuffalo-$17 10 to Chicago, &c.,-Tickets.ahd baggage checks
for principal places West and North can be obtained at
Chambers-st. GEORG E STARK, Superintendent

0 'beat route from New.-York i via. New- a] to&
Stwice daily, by Central Railiroad of New-Jersey. Onlyt6
miles by tage, and a good road. On and after Jl 22d
Leave by steamer RED JACKET from Pier No. 1,. JL,
it 8 A. M,andl n2 M. F $i. ThrougI 5 hour
fortclketa, or further lnheration,.appl at HOW3B
qp BeK-S^agJ^^'ff%il!8 8 b" '-

.N EW-YORK arid ERIKl,and ELMlIRA&
Pi r foot of as folio "s:
Day Express-At.6 A M. for Canandainua Rosbester and
Niajara Palls, arriving at the above named places Lhe sam,.
,evening. Mail Trains, leave aft8 A.- M., stopping over uigh&
at Elmira
Nig hi Express-Leaves at ;6 P. M., arriving at Canandal.,
gua at 7.40 Lext onior.u, in time to take the 7j train fLb
Rochester, Buffalo sand Nisagars walls.
This is the quickest, cheapest, and most comfortable rou
to'Western INw-York and Canada West .
S CHARLES MINOT. Sapt. N.Y. and E. .L&
W G. LATHAM, Supt. C,and E. R. K.
b, 1852. Traius out of New-York leave nbar earaer ofCanao
at. and Boad way.
15 P.. M (FExpress to Greenwich, and stopping atall 9tafJn@
beyond.) and 53i P.' M', through t6 New i aven. '
At 3S P.M., for Noiwalk-at8L.0NA.M. and 6.0 P '
for PortC Iesier. ... .
The 11.30 A. M. runs in connection with train from Newc,.
Haven to Hartford and Springfield, and with train over t .
Canal road ,
Express Trains for New-Havpn,. Hartford, Springfield an4v
Boaon, and -by Connecticut River to Ogdensbargi, Mop.n-
treal. '.
The 8 A.M. stopping at Stamford and Bridgeport, eonz.eas-
ing with Houstouic and Naugatuck Railroads at Sridgeport,
and t -aIl Railroad at New Haven-and at 3.30 P. M. stop-.
.ng at qtanjfid, Norwalk and Bridgeport; eooahetin wtl-a
oustonicand Naugatuch Raili'o a",.ata'8idgepbrc.
ACCOMMODATION AND 8PECIA[,.-At 5,30, 7 and 9.35 L
:M and 4 21 P. M., through from New-laven.
At6 A. M. from Norwalk-at 5.30 A. M. adi 3.45 P. AL
from Port Chester.
The 9.35 A. M receives passengers from Springfield and-
Bartford asd Canal Railroad at New-Haven. The 4.20 F. .I1
rt.ceives passengers hjom Hartford, Springfield and Northern.
trains frum Bston at 1.15-and 850 P. M., (stopping a&
Briegeport Norwvalk and Stamford)-lIeaving Boston at 8i.
M. and 8.45 P. M'.
See large bill of advertisement at the station-house a 4
principal betels. GO. W. WHISTLEIR, Jr. Supt."
and after WednesraN Aug. 18, 1852, Trains will run as fol-
lows:- .
Leave New-Haven 'at 7.80 A. M, Accommodation Traiu
for New.London, stopping at all stations .1 25 A. M-,iBxf-
press Train for Guiltord, Connecticut River, Lyme and N01ew.
London, connecting with the steamibuat and railroad lineb,
for StoningionDPruvidenc- and Newport, 6.65 P. M., Aco-'
commodation Train for New-London, stopping at alls ta-'
Leave Ns w-London at 6.30 A. M., Accommodation Tral:.
for New-Haven, st. ppiug a all saatios 10.40 A. M., Ex,-
ress Train for L)me. Con retcut.River, Guilford and New.
Haven ;-Passergers leaving Newport, Providence and Ston-.,
ingt. n in the morning, on arrniiDg at New-Lundon, take thin.,
taain for New-% ork 3.30 P M., Accommodation Train for
New-Hav-n. stoppn at all stations.
The 11 25 A M. Express Train leaves New-Ffaven on' the
arrival of the 8 A. M Exprrss Train from New-York.
The 6.55 P. M. Accorrodarion Train leaves New-Haven on
the arrival of thA 3 30 P. M. Express Traiu from New- oYrk..,
The Tiains leaving Nrw-.London at 6.30 A. M. and 106.40
A.M, conLeat at New-Haven with New- Iork Trainia-
95 A.M and 1.15 P. M.
Passengeis by the 3 30 P. M. Train from New-Lmondon, a.
take the Expres Tiaizs at New-Haven for Hartford an zi
Springfield, lor New-York, the same evening
New-Haven, Angust t7,1852.
FJ FALL RIVER.-The splendid and superior steamed"
-BAY STATE, Capt Wm Brown. and EMPIRE STATE'
Capt Benjamnin Brayton, leave on alternate days, (Sunday
exceoted) from Pier No. 3, N.R., near the Battery, at5P.JX[_
For freight apply on board, or at the office on Pier No.S.-
TISDALE & BOAR DEN, Agents. No. 70 and 71 W*4"I
REGULAR MAIL LI N E, via Stdning
FORD and TAUNTON.-The steamers C.- VANDERBIIj
and COMMODuRE, of this line now ran regularly as here=
tofore, alternately leaving Pier No. 2 North River, firstetwhat
above Battery-place, daily Sundays excepted, at5 P.MA
and Stonington at 8 o'clock P M., or on arrival of the l
train, which leaves Bogton at 5 30 P M.
The steamer PERRY leaves Providenne far Newpor
dail _except Sundays. at9 A.M. and 6 P.M. New-Bedfor
aTauncon passengers proceed immediately on the arrivfti
of the rail train at Mansfield_. e -
For freight or pauae, apply at the office, No. 1 BatterJ'
place, or on board the boats : .
L""IOxR~tCH ard WORCESTER" B 25.-By ateam '
boats COt NECTICUT and K 'ICKERat CKE'.Kdai-y at.
5 P M, from PierN. 18, 'oat afGofut aedt at, Nurth Kiaer.-
TRAVELER, from Peck-slip, every day as 3 P. M--
Throuth tickets. via lew VozB anec New-Haven RailTid
Freight Office No. 15i South-st, N Y. F. O-YyD, Agent.

-., JERSEY-Through from New- York to Easton. Pa8., f
Four Hours., commencing Aug. 2. Leavepier No. 1 Norts
River, per steame RElD JACKET, for Easton ad inter
mediate places at 8 A. M., 12M.. and 345 P. M., and fo
Somerille at 6 P. M. Beturnina, leave Phillipaburg (oppo*
site Easton) at 6 and 10.30 A. M. and 3.15 P. MI
for.PHILADELPHIA, from Pier No. L, North HAvers
foot of Battery-place, b steamboat John Potter.-Two lihe
daily; Moin Line leaves at 7 A. M ; Afternoon Ezprea
Line at 2 P. M., through to Philadelphia in 4 hourn. Fare,
lt class cars. 3, 2d class line, b v 2 P. M, ouy $2. Retin
Ing, leave Philadelphia from foot ofWalnut-0t. at 8 A&M., :fs
SP.M. Emigrant Line by steamboat Transport from Pim
N i. at 5 P.M Fare $1 50 .: ...-, .'.. ;.

. 1 YORK and PHILADELPHIA direct.-U.S. MAI'
and EXPRESS LINES--Thr6ukg in 4j hours-New-Jene
Railroad via Jersey City, leaving New- York at 6A. M., OO
of Courtlandt-st r 9A. and 5j P. M. Liberty-at Leaevea
Philadelphia at 12jand 9 A M and 5j P. M from'foot of Pare reduced to $3 for first-classs ad $2 50 fog
through ticketasold in the above lines, and through bsaggag
carried in the 9 A. M. and 5 P. M. Lines fromNew-York
with through conductors
IlAGARA FALLS RAILROAD.-On and after Monday,
&ugust2, 1852. Passenger Trains will run as follow:
m; Train Express...........Ltves Rochester at 6.S0 A.
2d Mail,...1....-..... ". 9.5 "
Id WayExpress...... b .30JP.f1C
tTr Way-xprss RETURNING.
Ist~rdn-Express1 Mail. leaves Niagra' Falls at 710 A.ME
Sd Accommodation, .30 P. MJ
3d Express, 6 5.10 "
Connecting -botb waya at Rochester, with the regjai
Trains or the A nany and Rochesiter Railroads
Passengers by this Route, muv"s Aotuaj u Ue 6.16 lA. AL
EIxprass Train, or the7.o A.M. Express Train, will a-
rive at Rochester in time for the Trai. havingg for Niagara
Fallb at 5.30 P.M., and will reach Niigara Falls at 8.34 P BL
Passengers leaving Albany bv the 10.30 A.M, Express Trains
will arrive at Rochester at 6.17 P. M.. where they can remain
over night and proceed to Niagara Falls a ext morning at 620
or 9.35, and reach there at 9.07 A. M. oz 12.58 P. M.
Passengers leaving Albany, by the 6 30 P. M. Express TrabL
will arrive at hochester at 5.13 the next morning have il
hour for breakfast; leave at 6 3, A. M. in Express Train fox
Niagara Falls, and arrive there at 9.07 A M.
Passengers leaving Albany in the 11 P M. Express Tramin
wil arrive at Rochester at 8.45, have 50 minutes for break&
fast leave for Niagara Fall at 9.35 A. M., sad arrive then
atl58 P.M.
Returning, Passengers leaving Niagara Falls by either oL
the Express Trains, will reacbh'Rochester in time for the Ex-.
press Trains Easr, and arrive at Albanyv. New-York or Bogs
ton, several hours sooner than by any other route.
Trains on this Road are run in direct connection and Into
the same d6p6t at Rochester, with the Rochesterand Albany
Line. The Road 'passes along the Erie Can through b th
most beautiful and highly cultivated portion of Wetern
New-York, and through the large villages of Brikport, JlA-
bion, Medina and Luckport
The cars are all new and ansurpasmed.
Passengers to Niagara Falls will take the'ian oh the right
withe Rochester Doep6t. WARIREN COi BUN pN't.L 4
Rochester. July 31. 1852 .
May 31-until further notice-passenger steamers and train'
wll r n as follows:
WARD.-One of the first-clas steamers, SOUTiBftli.
STATE, vill leave Buffalo daily,' Sundayrs excepted, at 01
P. M., and Dunkirk at 12 at night, reaching Monroe attn
P.M. the next da). and proceeding to edo t ame-
afternoon. >..' .
An express train will leave Monroesat 2 P. "M. or on the.o
arrival of the boat, daily, Mondays exnotel- ireaehing Chl.
eago the same evening and connectigat Chicago with first.
elassa teimers for Milwaukee a"d other ports on jakte Miah.
tIpan, and with Canal packets and Ialoads westerly froi
Chicago. s rly rs
SWARD.-ExPress trains will leave Chicago at 9 P. M., daily
Saturday excepted, and reach Monroe at 81 aext morning
-An express S eamer will leave Toledo every morning eA
seept Sunday, ant leave Montroe' or arrival of. the trains han
Chicabo-and reshb Dunkirk and Buffalo.everal hdimD prMs
vituS to the time for the fist Expres traini esat for ewe
York, Albany and Boston. ,
The ste ms and train at Monroe Will nonn eeseh wa.
regular boats for Detroit and Toledo. :_ .
WARD.-This sin will leave Toldeo daly. Sunday ,s .
eelted, at 8 A. M, connecting at Tolo drth ....a. lie o,
s eniner.f-omn Cleveland and gundusky, 'and s 'opping t
'the .waytioD., wil reach Chicago at P.M. '
GONG fAWARD.-Liave Chicago d iy undaye
T61etedo at 89 A. M., stopping at all stations. .... varii
tn t lB. o eonepaent .ng w t "in -O Bi.. .'n ..
tvaiizmidin tisan plaits.
S^^bstl^vso tS^1b;^

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OZPougbkjlMeNpwburglN Conzzens, C ,Id prn, Gr"
al and. Mi n frm the toot ef Jay-at, every afteam a a$.
4 o'clock. Returning, will leave Poughkeepsie very m"r/
lua at 1i o'clock. (Sun ays excepted ) Meal. served on boar"

: E -PTraES leave, pier foor of Duane-st. as afolows : '
XPRESS TRAIN at 6 A. M. fo i Dunkirk, 0oanecting -th.
firet-classteamboas for Cleveland, Sannusky, Toled.o
Monroe, and railrads to Cincinnati and Chicago.
, MAIL TRAIN at 8 A. M. for a] stations : '
WAY-TRAIN-atS, P M.;'iaPiermont, for Oelaware.
WA TRAN aISt 5 P d via Jersey City or Delawase. ,
NIGHT EXPRESS TRAIN at ffP. M., for DO kirk, conned "
ln.g with first-clas. eteam6bsat for Detroit direct, o9amestig
with' Express -Traidn for Chicago. ..
ErMTRAwXTaTArN at6 P M. via PlermonL .
CRAs MINOT, Snperintendeni

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