Illustration depicts steamboat in black ink. "Fare reduced between Providence, Newport, and New-York. Cabin fare from Boston to New-York, $3.25--Deck DO. $1.88. Do Do Providence Do 2.00 Do Do 1.00. The splendid steamboat Telegraph, Captain William J. Wisall, will leave India Point, Providence, on Saturday Evening June 21st at half-past 5 o'clock P.M. on the arrival of the Mail Train of Cars from Boston. This Boat has recently been put in the most complete order, and is now as competent to perform her trips as any Steamboat on the Sound. In order to insure safety she carries, in addition to the ordinary Quarter Boats, one of Ingersoll's Patent Life Boats, (capable of supporting 100 persons,) and a powerful Fire Engine, besides Hose Attachments to the Propelling Engine. All kinds of Freight taken at the lowest rates. Passengers by this Boat will arrive in New-York in time to take the Morning Boats for the South and West. C. H. Brainard, 82 Washington Street, or to the Agent on the Wharf. Leaves Newport at 8 o'clock P.M."