Newspaper of The New York Herald, July 17, 1845, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated July 17, 1845 Page 1
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var*.T? nn W YORK HERAL Vol. XI., No. 184 -Wh' lf No. 403U NEW YORK, THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 17, 1845. Prlc? Two Goats. CVI THE NEW YORK HERALD. JAMES CORDON BKMMTT, Proprietor. Circulation ? Forty Thousand. DAILY HERALD ? Every Jay. Price a cento pel j- ? *7 -Jft per annum ? payable in advance. /KI'.KLY 1 1 H HAL I) ? Every Saturday ? Price tlf cents per nopy f>3 12 cents |>er aiuiurn ? payabln in advance. ADVERTISEMENTS at the usual prices ? always cush in advance. PRINTING of all kinds executed with beauty ami despatch. r 9j- All letters or communications, by mail, addressed to tlio establishment, must lie post paid, or the postage will t o deducted from this subscription money remitted JAMES GORDON DENNETT, I'SorBIITOH OK THK NlCW Yoilll HtUkn KlTilUIHHCRT Viwthn'iiat i-nrni . of Fnltim ?nH Voso..n c?roo?. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. BLOOMING!) ALE, MAN II ATTAN V I LLE, AND FORT WASHINGTON STAGES, 7 Will commence running in the follow itiK irder, on Saturd iv. May the 17tli, 1*45, leaving Manhattanville tit 6 o'clock, A. M.. and con* y 1,1 i' hour until 7 o'clock, P. M. Leaving New York, comer of Chatham and pTryon How. at G A.M.. and toutinue every li?lf lioiir until 0 . M. Stage* to Carmansville Trinity ' hurch Cemetery and Fort Washington, every hoar through the il ly, from 7 A. M. to 7 P. M. K.rt to Manhattauviile 12^? cents; Carmaniville ; Fort Washington 25 oeuts. B. MOORE, jvi! 1 m*rc Proprietor. i'AKI'. TU HALTlMoRh #1. Through in Seven /burn. NEW CASTLE AMI FKENCI1TOWN KAIL ROAD AND STEAMBOAT LINE. died Steamboat ROBERT MORRIS, <".t|>tn M. Douglass, will, i>n and after Mmid.iy, Jine IB, leave Dock street wTiii i f. daily, (except Sundays, ) .it 3 o'clock, P. M. Pas sengers will arrive in Baltimore atabout ID P. M. Fare only $1. This Line is composed of the following splendid and fast Steamboats:? Robert Morris, Captain J. M Douglass. Ohio.... Captain L. Davis. Constitution. Captain J. Chaytor. George Washington Curtain J.Tnppe. This Line leaves Bowly's wharf, Baltimore at 3 P. M.? Tickets for Wheeling an<l Pittsburg cau be procured on board the boat. UNITED STATES MAIL LINES FOR BALTIMORE. h'nrr $'2 ? Through t'n Sir Hour t. PHILADELPHIA, WILMINGTON AND BALTI MORE RAILROAD LINE. Via Chester, Wilmington, Elkton, Havre de Grace, (kc. On and after Wednesday next, June 25th, the fare between Philadelphia and Baltimore, by tile Mail Lines, will be reduced to ?2' The Trains will leave as follows:? Frmn Philadelphia, I From Baltimore, Depot llth and M irket streets. Depot in Pratt street. Daily, except Sunday, at 8 A.M. | Da'lv, exc, Sunday, at D A M. And Daily, at 4 I' M I And Daily , at 8 P. M. \\ heeling and Pittsburgh? Tickets through to Wheeling and Pittsburgh can be had at the Depot, Eleventh and Market sts. _ , L . , O H. HUDDELL, Agent, r or further information, apply to J. L, SI. EMM ER, at the office of Adams & Co. 17 Wall street. _ June 24th, ,1845. je29cc ' long islanivrailroad company" ~ REDUCED FARES. SUMMER A R R A N G E M ENT, TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS, On and after 14th June, 1845. Prom Brooklyn Depot ? Boston Train? C'a A. M. daily, Sundays excepted, stopping at Farmingdale and St. George's Manor. Accommodation Tram ? 9*4 A. M and 5 P. M. for Farming dale and intermediate places, daily, Sundays excepted. Accommodation Train, 3 P. M. for Greenport, daily, Sundays excepted, stopping at Jamaica, Branch, llempsP-ad, anil Hicks vill , and all the stopping places be.tweeu Ilicksville and Greenport. from Greenport Depot ? Uoston Train, daily, Sundays excepted, at 12>? o'clock M., or on the arrival of thesteamers from Norwich. Accommodation Train ? At 5 A.M., daily, Suudays exceptad. for Brooklyn and intermediate places. /?Vow farmingdale Depot ? Accommodation Train. tiX A- M. and 2>? P. M., daily, Sun days excepted, for Brooklyn and intermediate places. from Jamaica Depot ? Extra Train, lk P.M. daily, Sundays excepted, for Brook lyu aud intermediate places. The Boston Train, stop ouly at Farmingdale aud St. George'i Manor, The Accommndatiou Trains stop at the following place* on the road, going both ways to receive and deliver passeu Sers, viz; iedloni 8 Deer Park 69 East New Y ork 12>? Thompson 88 Race Course 18>i Suffolk Station. 100 Trotting Course 18;?J Lake Road Station 1 lfl?j Jamaica 24 Medford Station 1 18& Brushville 31 'i Milleville 1 SO llyde Park, 17 miles 37>J St. George's Manor. ... 1 G2 Clowsville, (during ses- ltiverhead 1 62 aion Court,) 37i{ Jamesport 1 62, S Hemiistead 37^ Mattetuck 1 62'; Branch 37!, Cutchoyue 1 62, ... ... ... ?????? " ? v u tvnv'k uc ? ? ???????? 1 Otf/J ('.trie Place 44 Southolu 1 62 Ja Westbury 44 (Jreeuport, Acc'n. train. I 75>i Ilicksville 44 Bostwn Train 2 00 Farmingdale ... 62', Stages are in readiness on the arrival of Trains at the several Stations, to take passengers at very low Fares, to nil parts of the Island. uaggage Crate* will lie ill readiness at the foot of Whitehall street, to receive Baggage for the several Trains, 30 minutes be fore the hour of starting from the Brooklyn side. ?? Itockawwy Baggage taken in separate t-rates. jnlOrc Tu WESTERN TRAVELLERS. iss eA B*-- __ eAlithw AAu nuSSIi.K PACKET LINK, From Philadelphia to Pittsburgh via the Pennsylvania Kail roads and Canal? through in dayj. The above line it now in full o|iemtiou and offers great inducements to persons wlio wish ? pleasant mode of travelling to the west. The ears are built in the most approved modern style, the boat.i are fitted up iu a superior inHuner, and every effort is made by the proprietors to conduce to the comfort and convenient of travellers. The scenery on this route is unrivalled, and tje great chain of 1'eunsylvauia internal improvement* i< well woi thy of being seen. By this rente passengers avoid all the fatigues and dingers at tendant upon stage travelling, md at the same time make on ex peditious trip. The ears leave every moi uiug at 7 o'clock. Passengers are ad vi-ed to engage their place* it Phil il. Iplna. Office hi Phil idel plna N. K. corner of ( hesuut and Fourth streets and at Nos. 13 and IS South Third sis. A. CUMMINOS, Agent. Philadelphia, May 17, I8IS. For information, in the city ol New Vork, apply to B. H. KNISKLL. Agent lor U. LEECH U CO.'s Line. 7 West ?t, N. K. myl7 6m*rrc PEOPLES' LINK" OK 8TKA MBOATS KOH Al.BANV, J'-jf l)AI LY ? Hund ij ? K < crptel? Thioaih Di reft . lit 7 o'clock P M., from the Tier between ?/? i iTntmlir. ' ii iinlt and Liberty utreet*. Sti- mlic.-.t KOCH F.STElt, Captain R O. Cruttenden. will leave on Monday. Wednesday and r'ridsy Evenings, at7o'clock Steamboat KNICKKKBOCKEK, Captain A. Houghton, will leave on Tuesday, Thursday and pi .tnnl iy evening*. at 7 o'clock At 1 o'clock T. M., landing at intermediate places, from the foot of Barclay street t. Steamboat SOUTH AMI- Hit 'A, Captain W. IT. Truesdell, will leave ju Monday, Wednesday, Friday end Sunday Alter no, ills, at i j 'clock. Steamboat N EW JERSEY, Cnpt. H. H. Furey, will l?iv on Tuesday, Thuisdiiy and Saturday Afternoons. at .1 a 'clock. Ptusengers taking either of the above Lines will arrive iu Altw ny in ample tune lor the Morning Train ol Cars for the east or west. Tli* Meats are new and substantial, ure furnished with new and eleyaiir slate rooms, and for speed and accommodations are un rivalled on the Hudson. Freight ta'ieu at moderate rates All |iersons are lorlud trusting anyol ilie BoaU of this Line, Without a written order from the Captains or Agents. h or pR*??((e or freight, apply ou board the boata, or to P. C. BdWilli it llit' office or, the wharf. jull rc "notice. JTATEN INLAND FERItY, FOOT OF WHITEHALL STREET The Sleamhotta SYLI'H mid STATF.N ISLANDER will leave New Yoik every hour except P. M., commencing at 11 V. V., until 7 P.M. I.eave itaien Island every hour except 4 r. M.. commenciuB at 8 A. M.. ontil 7 P. M. N. B.? in. Sundays the Boats will leave < very hour from 8 A. M., until I 1*. M., and from 1 h. M. until 7 P. M. , every hall hour. jy 12 IVll.LlAMSDUlUiH AND PECK SUP FERRY. The Trustees of this Ferry, believing tfiat ^*tliere ire in >ny of the citizens of New \ oik _,r.|id vicinity that are llnac<|uainted with the erry affords as a pleasant communication with Williamsburg end Long Island, would state that there :ire two good Ferry Bonts on this I' erry. which leave Peck Slip every fifteen or twenty minutes through the day up to 5 o'clock, P. M? and then up to II o'clck, nt each even hour and half hour; after which a boat leaves at 9 o'clock and 10 o'clock. The last boat leaving Williamsburg at hall-put 9 o'clock, P. M. P. S ?On the evening of July 4th, the boat will continue to ran until 18 o'clock. jy? lm'rc MORNING LINE AT 7 O'CLt >C K., Foil ALBANY, TKOY and intermediate landings, from the Steamboat Pier at the loot of Barclay street. Du.dilaM and Dinner oil board the boat. Leaves New Vork at 7 o'clock, A. JV1., Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturday, and Troy at 6 o'clock, A. M., Albany at? o'clock j\ M. Monday, Wednesday and Friday. The low-pressure steamboat THOY , Captain A. Oorham, on Tnefldlly>? Thursdays nnd Saturdayn, at 7 o'clock. 1 be sieamboit NIAGARA, < apt on A. Deuroot, on Mon? d ?y, Wcilnrnlay and Friday, at 7 o clock. For pass ??<" or freight, apply on board, or to K. B. Ilall, at thf office on the wharf. Notice? All fowls, fre mht, bftfTif age, bank bills, specie, or any other kind ofpioiieity taken, shipped, or put on board this boat, must l?e it the risk of the ownw# of such Roods, freight, bufc H t?e. tir jelirc * NhW YOltK, ALBANN AND TROY LiiNb. si1* > aM holi ALBANY AND TROY DIRKi'T. fcW 'r ?? "a* ? it 7 o'clock, I*. JV1 ?The steamboat KM 3KSJK3LriRF<t 1 iptain B Maty, will U it? thi hU'iinboni pu r foot of ('onrtlandt itr^et, every Twetday, 'J btmday ami 8af?rd.iv' afternoon, at 7 o'clock. The steamboat COLvJAiB I A, Captain^ Win. II. Peck, c?ery iv, VVtdne.Hilay a d Fridav aflerno("n, at 7 o'clock. *or I .'sMUte or hrei^bt apply ou boaid. or at the other oil th* wharf fc'mii*. ?,<JHJIALt, HKC.KjH J UK CHAii'J Kit? 'llie 1 ?' y sailing baripie IIOMK, Captain Watts, built M/Umrn'ti Baltimore one year since of the best materials, c irrifft *? out <,000 iMrrelx, and has bandson\e accommodations jar twenty passengers. Apply to Captain Waits, on board, at Pike Mieet wharf, or to K. K. COLLINS k CO. )I7 rc M South street. SPLENDID EXOCKSION TO WEST POINT. LOTH I Ays VS RIVALLED HAND. COTILLION PARTY. FIRE ll<r< >RKS, HY MR EDGE. a OA . TH K new and commodious Steamboat DK ftc^jSfLAVVAKK, f'apc. I*. H. Smilh, (capab'e of v r't r*_ carry hut I1"" persons, ) w ill make an Excursion on Friday next, July 18. 1815, to West Point, giving the Passen gers about 3 hours time to view the extensive fortifications and beautiful scenery of t li?^ surrounding Country. Lothian's celebratrd C otillion and Military 1) mil is engagrd for tin- occasion; tliey will perform selected Waltzes, Qu id rill-s, National Air-, Sic , fom the most celebrated composers, Slrnuis, ,V uiird , I, .inner, tec. Mr. Packer h ?? kindly consented to lead tlie Cotillion Party. Mr. Edge will also in ike some splendid Exhibitions of Kite Works on the return trip. Tile Boat will le ive Market street East Hirer, at 9 o'clock, A.M.; Battery, Pier No 1, North River, at hall-past 9; War ren street at quarter of 111; Canal street at 10; State Pris'in Dock ?t quarter lust 10; mid 19th street at half-past 10. Return ing to the City at 10 in the evening. rickets for the Excursion, admitting a Lady and Gentleman. $1 vi. Gentleman's Ticket, Si Extra l.ady's Ticket, ft cents Which can be procured at the Astor House, Kranklin House, Howard's Hotel, Niblo's, and on board the Boat. Refreshments of every description will be provided on board at a moderate charge. jul6 2t*rc NEW KERRY TO FORT HAMILTON , YELLOW HOOK AND CONEY ISLAND. The steamboat lOI.AS, Captain Richard Yates, has t .ken her place on the above ferry i?ud will ru.i as follows, eveJy day : ? Laving Pier Mo. 1, E.ll. Leaving Coney Island, For Fort Hamilton 8i N. \ ork, 7 A.M. ? 10 A. M. u? A. M. IP. M. 2? P. M. 4 i'. M. c X P. M. Leaving Fort Hjinilron. Fcr Coney hland. For New York. ? 8 A. M. 10% A. M 12 M. I V P. M. 3 P. M. 4# P. M. 7 P. M. On Sundays, the Morning Trip will be omitted. Fare \2ii es1 U. The Steamboat U. L. STF.VF.NS, Capt. R. L. Mabey has been att-clied to the above Ferry For the hours and places of her starting, see her bills nnd advertisements. juli 3t*rc FOR HALIFAX AND LIVERPOOL. THE Royal Mail Steam Ships HIBF.R NIA and BRITANNIA, will leave Boston 1 tor the above ports, as follows* ? Hibemia, Alex. Ryrie, Esq , Commander, Tuesday, July 16th. Britannia, John Hewitt, " " Friday, August 1st. Passage to Liverpool $120. Passage to Halifax 20. For freUliL or pass ive, apply to jy 12 T> BRKJHAM. fr . Agent. ? W,|l, t. DK \KTS ON OREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND ? Persons wishing to remit mo ney to their friends iu any part of England. Ireland. .Scotland or Wales, can be supi'lied 'with drafts payable at sight, without dis count, for any amount, from ?1 upwards, at the following places, vie: In England ? The National and Provincial Bnuk of Eng land; Messrs. J. Barned b Co.. Exchange and Discount Bank, Liverpool; Messrs. James Bui t At Son, Loudon, aud branches throughout England and Wales. In Ireland. ? The National Bank of Ireland, and Provin cial Bank and branches throughout Ireland. In Scotland ? The Eastern Bank of Scotland, National Bank of Scotland, Greenock Banking Company, and blanches throughout Scotland. Tlw steamship H hernia sails from Boston on the 16th July, by which all drafts can be forwarded free. Apply to W. Si J. T. TAPSCOTT, jvlt rc 76 South st, cor. Maiden lane. ***-? FOR NEW ORLEANS ? Louisiana and New ^SJMj^Yiirk Line Regular Packet, to sail Monday, 21st WSat? instant?' Th,- elegant fast sailing packet ship OSWE GO, ' M't. II. Johnson, will positively sail as ubove, her re gul r day. Kor ir.-ight o- passage, having handsome furnished accom modations, apply on board, at Orleans wharf foot of Wall st, orto E. K. COLLINS & CO., 66 South st. Positively no goods received on board after Saturday evening 10th instant. Agent in New Orleans James E. Woodruff, who will prompt ly forward all gooda to his adddress. jIBrc KOR LIVERPOOL? The New Line? Regular <?!. "i'^V Packet 21st July ? The superior fast sailing Packet shir ?MMnfaHOTTINGUER, lOM tons, Capt. Ira Bursley, will sail as above, her regular day. For freight or passage, having excellent and superior accom mod&tions, apply to the Captain on board, orto WOODHULL He MINTURN, 87 South street. Price of Passage $100. The Packet Ship Liverpool, 1160 tons, Capt John Eldridge, will succeed the Ilottinguer, aud sail on her regular dav. 2d ol August. Jyl2ec LONDON LINK OF PACKETS- Packet of the ,20th July. ? The .plendul and fast sailing Packet Ship jHENDRIOK HUDSON, Captain Moore, sails posi tively oil Monday , July 21st. This ship has splendid accommo dations for cabin, second cabin and steerage passengers; to se cure berths, early application should be m -de to W. 4i J. T. TAPSCOTT, jylO rc 76 South street, corner of Maiden Lane. FOR SALE? The New Y ork built copper lasten eutd and coppered ship SYLVANUS JENKINS. burthen per register, 5?7 tons? She sails ^fast, carries well, and is well found. Apply to Captain E>eliegh,ou boatd, at pier No. 4, N. R , or to BOYD 8t HINCKEN, jy8rc No. 9 Tontine Building, cor of Wall and Water sts. BLACK BALL OR OLD LINE OF LIVER POOL PACKETS. ? FOR LI VERPOOL-Only iltegular Packet of the 16th of July. ? The new and magnifict nt packet ship FIDELIA, 1160 tons burthen, Win. G. Hackst iff, commander, will tail positively on Wednesday, 16th of July. For terms <>f passage and to secure the best berths, early np. plication should be made on board, fool of Beekm^n street, or to the subscribers, ROCHE, BROTHERS & CO, jy7?c 3S Fulton street, next door to the Knlton Bank, N.V. KOR SAi.fc-KUr.IUH l UKCMAKl f.K? i he very last sailing pucker ship, MISSISSIPPI, 64# tons, ?bnilt in this city by Brown St Bell, salted on the *tock?, and resalted every year, live oak and and locust top, live or.k apron, seinson stem frame, and forward and after emit frames ? newly coppered aud in perfect order for a thr,-e years voyage ? has accommodations for 26 passengers. Apply on board at Orleans' wharf, foot of Wall jtJeet, orto jiitiu. E. K. COLLINS & Co.. .Vi Smith street. OLD ESTABLISHED EMIGRANT PASSAGE OFFICE, 61 South St.? Piisaage from England, lie ni'fe'iir? ' Scotland ami Wale# ? Those sending for their friends would do well to avail themselves of the opportunity of mak ingtheir arrangements with the subscribers on very mode rate terms, by first cltss |>acket ship*, sailing from Liverpool weekly. Drifts can as usinl he furnished for any amount, payable throughout the United Kingdom. Apply to JOHN II ER OMAN, 61 South at. The mail steamer Hibernia sails from Boston ou the 16th inst, hv w oich letter* ran be forwarded quickly. my23 rh FUK ULADUO VV ? Regular Packet. ? The well known, fast railing British Barque ANN H A H L E \ . jUuncun Smith, maiter, 410 tons, will meet with juick despatch. Fur freight or passage, having excellent accommodations apply on board pier 8 N. R . or so WOODHULL St M1NTURNS, jvl2rc 87 8 tilth street gt PACKETS FOR~H \VRE? Second Line-The packet ship BALTIMORK, Captain Edward Funk, ^ j will siil ou tin- 1st of August. freight or passage apply to BOYD k HINCKKN, lyt rc No. 9 Tontine Buildings, cm. Wall and Water streets Hi FOR S AL B^-KREI O HT~OR CHARTER? The MfjCTVv^ry fast silting New York built packet ship \ AZOO ?RnrMEai -tiTn ton* ? Live Oak and Loc >st top, Live link tran som, apron and forward after rants ; carries 22(10 bale* NrW Orle .us cot on, and has handsome furnished accominoda'ions for twenty-sit passengers Apply on board at Jones' wharf, or to K K. COLLINS & I'O, i v9 m 56 South street. ,FO_R LIVERPOOL? The superior ship NbP TUNE, Captain Peach, will sail on her regular day. For passage, having unsurpassed accommodations in the ( Tahiti only, apply to JOHN' HERDMAN, ie27 r r til Month street SCOTT'S 1< AZ A A ft, No. 37 DEY STREET. BETWEEN BROADWAY AND GREENWICH STREET. SANDS SCOTT returns his most sincere thanks to hi* friends and the public at large, for the liberal support re ceived since he Ins been iu business, and hopes by the same strict attention to merit a continuance thereof. The nualities ofliis Ales, Wines, Liquors and Segars, are too well known to need comment. A large assortment of Refreshments to be had stall tunes, till twelve at night ? such as Beef Steak*, Mut ton Chops, Fried Kidneys, Ham and Eggs, Sardine*, Poached Egg*, Pickled Tongues, Welch Rarebit*, Coffee, Tea, lie. A Sood dinner oflloast or Boiled Meat for One Shilling, ever) ay, from 12 to 4 o'clock. Dublin Brown Stout alw.iyi on draught. Good Lodgings for 26 cent* and 37Js cent*. Cold Cuts at a moment'* notice. This House ha* beeu proved, by comparison, for years past, to be the coolest ajid most comfort able in the city No House better supplied with Knglish Irish, Scotch and city papers. Always the latest uew* by the Steamers Good Rooms for Private Parties alway* ready at a moment's warning ? tree ? gratis ? for nothing. je8 lm*ec TO DAG UEKREOTY FISTS. 1JOR SALE LOW? The fine?t Apparatus in the country original cost in Paris S.'iOO. To one who would Undertake to furnish *ub*Criher* w til a copy oil ? large sale of the princi pal monuments or landse ipes in trie country, this is the very in strument. Apply at .16 South stieet in the afternoon. jy 12 3t SntMonWcd'rh AJ )Li1AN HAlll'S. VTUNNS tk CLARK having purchased the patent right foi Is "Coleman's .rEoli.i'i Attachment to the Pianoforte," lor the entire United States, (excepting Massachusetts,) announce to the public, that they are now prepared to supply Pianofortes with this improvement attached, or to attach the same to any modern made horizontal Pianofortes. In regardtotlie durability of this invention, N. & C. are prepared to satisfy the most pre judiced mind, their own criticnl examination and experience warrant them in the assertion, tiiat the ".Vidian" will remain in time in any climate, and it will not be affected by transition* of atmosphere. The mo*t satisfactory warrantee is given with each instrument. The public sre invited to examine the "AColian Pianofortes" at their ware-room. No. 210 Broadway, opposite the Park, where also may he round an assortment of 6, and 7 Octave I lanolortes, both in rosewood and mahogany cases. ni2ti liin'rc CUM AX STABLE . COUR I LAND ALLEY, iietween Walker k White Streets, Est,-, tlatirvi ,*r^n 9* ?'i10 HROAIIWAV. ALLUSIVELY for (>i ntleiiien's Horses. The accommo datiousare first-rate? the Stalls extra width, and the Car riage Room excellent. A few Ststlls are vacant, and are worthy the attenttou ol gentlemen who wish their Horses to have su perior treatment. jel2 Im'rrc C. SMITH, Proprietor BORDEAUX WINES & BRANDY. NK. RICH IT, k Co., Importer, 204 Broadway offer for ? sale in lots to suit purchasers, the following goods vix Bordeaux claret wine, Chateau Margeaux, St. Julian, St. Es* tephe, Hds. B irsac Sauteme fce. Ike. in Casks, bbls, r asses? all or superior quality. Old Cognac Brandy, Noeyeau and Anisette, lura.esof the well known house ol Mario, Bri/.aid Si Hog, r in Bordeaux. French mustard and sardines. Bordeaux oljvc oil. and imperial Prunes iu glass jsrs and fancy boxes, sealing wis for bottles and corks. All orders will be thankful I ly re ceiiedjnid promptly executed, free of cartage. jyl2itw*rh NKW M 1 1 S I ( ' . " RILEY h. CO., ?17 Bronilwsy, publish am! keep on hand ? an extensive assortment of New and Kaslrionable Music, which they offer for sale at wholisale and retail at tlie lowest possible prices. They manufacture Instruments of superior! 'da ily? warrant eveey article they sell, being practically acq i int l<l with the differeut branches of their business. Military ->aiids eupplied st the moat reasonable rate*. myl22m'rrc STll \ YED or Stok-n. from No. 28 Howard street, * 4 Cb mi Sunday nn ruing, a small Yellow Dog, with both ears cropped, long tail. and goes oy the namu of ft Ilk- Hive Dollars will be given for the return of said Dog. jui5 tt'm FOR SALE. tfl A PAIR of Dapple G-ey Horses, 16 him da -.LSSC^nnd 7 years old, kind .and sound in every respect. Al ' ' ^ )-sn ii l ?- in i i i'ii I Sorrel Mare and Top Watson. The Alare la you i;,S"Uiid and kind, ami a desirable saddle be..*' ; the Wagon is of i 'rowers' make; been used but once. The above property w ill be sold, together or separate, as the present owner lias no farther uae for tliem. Apply t'i W vi. D. SPARKS, _juj3 '<*^rc 4 Mile House, 3d Avenue. F'OR SALE ? A Farm on the Banks of the Hudsou", (containing about siity acres II in a high state of cultiva tion with splendid Buildings, aitiiatrd one inile Weal ol Newburgh. The terms will lie m ide easy. For par t i on 1 irs inquire at 419 Bioadway, corner of Canal street, in the Shoe Store. jv9 2w eod'rc MTO LET, until the first of Ma y neat and immediate pos session Riven, of the 3 story house No. 101 F'irst Avenue between 6'h and 7th streets, The premises have lately lieeu put in compleate order. And all ha* been painted inside and out, last June, the Crotonwater iutroduced, marble mantle pieces, folding doors, and it is well adapted to accommodate one or more f. m i lies ; rent asked to one family for the residue j of the year to next May is $325. Inquire at the office uf John II. I'ower, Esq., No. 70 Naaaau st. corner of John, up stairs from the hours of 9 to 3 o'clock, or of Sainl. R. B. Nortou the 1 owner, at the same office on Tuesday' and Wednesday. lm jy I2*rh LOOK AT THIS ! ! j JUST RECEIVED ? Another lot of French Boots, ol the best kind and ? ill be sold at the old price, $\ and the best of French Call Hoots made to order tor Si: City made _ Call Boots, $!); and the greatest assortment of Genu G it ers of all kinds to be found at very low prices. .Also, the finest < alt Shi es, $2 oid $M 60. A great variety of all other kinds. Ladies in this St. re will find a great assortment of Gaiters, Buskins, Mips, Ties. 1'iunells, Satin, he. For an assortment of all other kinds Misses and Children's Boots and Shoes w e cannot be beat in tliiscity. Do not mis take the number, 361 Broadway, corner of Franklin street. j u 3 lin'rli __ M. CAHILL. ..KINK FRENCH BOOTS for S3 50~ City Made, and ] "for style and durability they are equal to those sold for $5, lat N ouiigSt Co's Imperial French Boot and ShoeManu ^ fact u ring De|K>t, at No.4 Ann street, one of the most Kash mir ble Boot Manufactories in this city. Fine French Dress Boots, m ule to order, for $1 iO; equal to those made in other stoies for $G and S7. Boots, Shoes, Gaiters, See., mode to or der in the shortest notice. Mnuding, tic., done iu filestore. Wm.M. Young It Co., Wholesale and Ket .il Manufacturers, No. 4 Ann street, New York, near Broadway. WM. M. YOUNG, and je24 lm*rc H.B.JONES. INFERIOR TO NONE AND SUPERIOR TO MANY, fa BEAUTIFUL light White plain Summer Hats, urice $2, 7i, which for beauty of finish cannot be surpassed. Also, Drab Beavers, Blue Brush and White Castor Hats, all oft lie latest style. Also, Panama Hats very low. C. KNOX, jel9 irn're 110 F ullon st, between William and Nassau MILLS, HATTER, 17a BROADWAY, HOWARD HOTEL, HAS now ready, an assortment of Summer Hats, to which the attentiou of gentlemen is invited, at the fol lowing prices, viz French i'earl (a new article) $4 00 Pearl Cassimere 3 50 White French (also a new article), 4 00 Smooth White Castor ? 3 50 Also, an assortment of Panama, F'inc Palm Leaf, Bohemian, and other Hats. suitable for the season. jeia lm^rrc MILLS, 178 Broadway, Howard Hfttel. MILLINERY AND DRESS MAKING. MRS. ROSE, No. 175 Walker street. New rfjKA)spectfully solicits a call from Ladies wishing any thing in the Millinery or Dress Making line. jel4 lm*rh LADIES' FASHIONABLE HATS. " CARL KINO, the well known and celebrated^ . first premium Straw Hat and Lace NeopoHlan ?. Manufacturer, 17 Division street, informs the public that his Straws and Lace Neapolitans are of a superior quality, and war ranted to clean, made in the most fashionable shape, called the Cottage Gipsey. N. B. ? Lace Neapolitan Hafs $2 each. Milliners supplied by the case or dozen at reasonable prices, at the Lace Neapolitan Manufactory, 17 Division street. in2B lm?rc CARL KING IMPORTATION OF WATCHES. RECEIVED from Switzerland, by packet ship lZurich. an assortment of Watches and Movements of "every description and ef first quality, ready for the wholesale trade, at moderate prices. DKLACHAUSE & MAIRE, jn7 lm"rc No. 127 Fulton street, New York. 1 M KO U LSTONE'S HIDING SCHOOL., I.t7 and 136 Mcrrcr Street. <11 I\1R. JOHN S. ROUL8TONE has the honor to <ukTi inform his friends and the public in general, that hii Scliiwl for Instruction in Horsemanship ii now open Jay and evening, Ka follow? .? Honrs for (ieiKlemen from G to 8 A. M. " " Lailici " 9 A. M. to 3 P. M. Terms of instruction made known on application to Mr. Roulstone. Mr. H. has just received from the country several fine and stylish Saddle Hones, which he is authorised to sell at a rea sonable price. my7rc PUBLIC SALE OF THE VIONROE RAIL KOAL) AND BANKING CO. rivnnniA ) Decree of the Special Jury in relation to the Bil b ('iiiiiifv i Mouroe Rail Road and Banking Com '?J pany. WE, THE JURY, find and decree, that the Monroe Rail Road from Macou to its terminus at Marthasville, in the county of DeKalb, both the part thereof which has been com pleted and in operation, and the part thereof which is in an un finished condition, and all the property, equipments, and effects therewith connected, is subject to the payment of the debts ol the Monroe Rail ltoa<l and Banking Company? that the said Com|iany is insolvent and wholly unable to pay its debts afore said; ana from its embarrassments is unable to complete said Road, and keep the same in ope ration, so as to answer the great public objects contemplated by the Legislature. We further find that there are creditors of various descriptions of said Cam pany, viz: holders of the banknotes issued by said Company, holders of bonds istued for work and materials for said Ro.iu, Judgment creditors, creditors holdiiiK certificates of deixisite, de mands for work, labor and materials for said Hi! Road, and cre ditors claiming to be mortgage creditors of said Company, and all other creditors not here enumerated; and that there are lmon* them creditors claiming a priority IS right in reaped to their demands; and we further decree that the said Rail Road, and all the property, equipments and effects therewith connect ed, and all the property belonging to said Company, and all the rights, privilege* a d franchises in any manner lielonging or a|> pertaining to said Monroe Hail Road and Banking Company be sold at public sale at the court house in the county of Bibb, by David C. Campbell, Abner P. Powers, James A. Nisoet, Simuel B. Hunter, and Thomas Hardeman, commissioners, or a majority of them, on the first Tuesday iu August next, after giving two months public notice in tha gazettes of Macon, Orirtin and Savannah, and that the proceeds of said sale lie paid to the Clerk ofthis Court, who is required to deposite the s mie for safe keeping on special deposits in the Agency of the Me chanics' B ink in the city of Macon, and that public notice be given to the c reditors of said Company to file their respective claim*, or a schedule thereof in the f lerk's office ofthis Court by the firlk Monday iu October next; and that the said credi tor?, if auy controversvshould arise respecting said claims, then litig ite among tin mselves, ill respect to all objections which would or might have been available against thein by said Coiiv pany if said sale had not been made in relation to matters of set off, and whether they be subject to objection on account of the statute of limitation, non-performance of contracts, or other cause, embracing the quantum of consideration, paid for the claims or any ofthetn, and also that the liens claimed bv the re spective creditors be then and there also investigated and adjudi 1 cated; and we further decree that the purchasers of said Rail i Road succeed to all the obligations of said Company in respect to the completing, equiping and keeping the said Road in opera t ion, as intended and designed by the act of incorporation. but not to extend to a I ability nf debts contracted prior to said sale; and that after laid sale upon demand or notice, the stockholders iu said Company transfer to the purchaser the stock held by him, her or them in said Company, or that the title be transferred by said Commissioners in tne same maimer as is provided by law lor the transfer of b ink stock when sale thereof is made by the Sheriff; and we further decree, that for the keeptug of s nd Road iu operation for the tune intervening between the day of the passing ol this decree nnd the day of sale, the receipts on the said Hoad be applied, and that if said receipts should not be suf ficient for said purpose, that the balance be paid from the pro- i ceed . of the sale aforesaid; and we further decree that William B. Parker as trustee iu charge of said Hoad and appurtenances until the sale of the aforesaid property is completed, make . monthly returns of the amount of receints thereon, and file the same with the Clerk of this Court, and also of accounts for i keeping the same in repair and operation, exhibiting a specific I statement in each of the number and description of officers, ! agents and h i. ids employed thereon, the value of the hire of < each per month, and the quantity, quality and valueof materials purchased, subject to the examination and approval of the ' Court, and the costs and other expenses he paid from the pro- ! ceedsofsale. JAMES DEAN, Foreman Atrue extract from the minutes of Bibb Superior Court, May ! term, 18)5. HENRY O. MOSS, Clerk. By virtue of the nbove decree, the undersigned will sell he- : fore the court house door, iu the city of Macon, on the first Tuesday in August next, at 12 o'clock, M. the whole line of the Monroe Rail Road from Macon to Marthasville, in the county , of De Kalb, and all the property, equipments and effects there with connected, and all the pro|>erty belonging to said Compa ny, and all the rights, privileges and franchises in any manner i belonging or ap|>ertniiiing to said Monroe Rail Road and Bank- j ing Company, embracing not only the Road, bat the various de pots, ? ork-snops, w tre-nousct.engiees, cars, iron, tools, equip- j ment.?. and all and every thing api>ertaining and belonging to said Iload i Also, the entire assets belonging to said Monroe Raid Hoad j and Banking Company, embracing subscriptions for stock on paid, including the subscription of the State of Georgia for 1 >300,000, and all debts, demands, and claims of every kind and description, due to or net inging to said Monroe Rail Hoad and | Banking Company, a f'nll schedule of which rn ly be seen, on application to M. I,. Orayhill, it the office of said Company. The length of the Rud is 101 milee, the whole of which is ; gr tded to its iunction with the Western and At antic Rail Hoad. i The substructure has been completed on the w hole road, except four and a half miles. The Hoad is in use to Joneiborougli, eighty miles, and is equipped with five locomotive engines, three passengers cars, eighteen freight cars, wheels and axles for eignt other freight cars, and one stationary engine. The terms of sale cash, to be paid immediately to the Commission ers; and oil failure of purchasers to comply, so much of the property a?may be bid off by such defaulting purchasers, wil be forthwith resold at their risk. DAVID i . CAMPBELL, 1 ABNER r. POWERS, j JAMES A. NISBKT, } Commissioner SAMUEL B. HUNTER. THOMAS HARDEMAN, J Macon. Ga.. Msy 2fi. IBI? jelTtnani re CARPETINO. 451 PEARL STREET. HE SUBSCRIBERS have just qtiened the large and spacious _ CARPET WARE ROOMS, No. Pearl street, former ly occupied by Smith, Hewitt It Co., anil are now ready to offer the public an entire new stockof Carpeting, bousht expressly for the spring trade, some of which are exceedingly rich, of new de signs anu colors. Among them max lie found ? ii NEW SETTS KIDMINSTER BRUSSELS. Entirely New lars. KIDMINSTER THREE PLY. Rich Shading. . SUPERFINE FINE a.NI) COMMON INGRAIN CARPETING, Of every variety and descript'on. Rugs, Dmggefs, Table and Piano Covers, Worsted. I nftrd andJute Mats; Oil Clothi, verjr heavy and iu great varieties, from U to 24 leet wide: together with all other articles mindly found in the trade. '1 he public are requested to call an,! enmiiie onrstock before purchasing. . PETERSON & HUMPHRM, m?n2m*m Pe ill street. OARVEIl &1TAU,, ARCHITECTS, Engireers, Building an I Real Estate Agents, 33 Wall street. New \ ork;.'il Ninth Sixth street, Philadelphia Plans, Specifications aril Estimates for Build ing; Drawings and Specifications for Patent Rights, Real Es tate bought and told: mouev loaned and invested; property laaaed and rents collected. Jeffl lm*rc i T" OTTO COTTAGE, HOBOKEN. FREE. Momlny, July 14, 1K4.1. TREMENDOUS Excitement and mint wonderful doing* fur this week only, commencing on Monday, July 14, and every fr ir day during the week. Mr. Hood, tlie celebrated Acrobat, it engaged to repeat his unknown performance wuich gave tlie greatest satisfaction, and in fact tin- only person that ever accnmpli'lied the daring feat of crossing th- Boweryou a Ro|>e extended from the Br inch Hotel to the Bowery Thea tre on the 4th of July, on which occasion his |ierl'orm*nce was witnessed hv thousand* of spectators, who gave him louil and tremendous civ era. Mr. Gardiner will perform hi* moat wonderful fe u on the Flying Wire, and also introduce his Chinese Gaines. The Infaut Sable family will also appear on this occasion, ,ud entertain t'i? audie "?e with their inti.ical and vocal power*. '1 he Learned Dog Ro'h, the most intelligent of the Canine R> ce will enlive . lie ulience with his sasj-ci ! ty. The New York bias* Band will eutertaiu the audience , w itli a number of favorite Airs. Perform , uce to eminence at 3 o'clock and Contimw until j 7 P. M. f'apt L. Sivartr hopes that all of his friends will Hive him a call on this occasion j u 1 4 la'm I FRENCH'S HOTEL, I.'J'J Fulton Htreet, u?*i\r Rrnmlwiiy. I npHK l'r,i"i ietor of thii Hotel, would respectfully inform the A public tint he has recently adopted the Southern mode ol furnishing a Luncheon, consisting of a variety of dishes daily, | between tlie hours of II and 2 o'clock, (Sunday's included.)? | This new arrangement he trusts will meet with approbation. ? i The Liquor* ure of the choicest qu ility, and every; effort has been m ule to make this Hotel equal to any in the city. He iu | vites his f riend* to visit the establishment and juiljfe for them selves. j >12 lw'rh ' LONG BltANCH, NEW J ERSEY, "BATH BUILDTNCS," (ronMKMi.y arnsHAw's ) i nPHIS well-known and dtlghtful sea bathing establishment ) I will be ojiened for tli" reception ofviMtors ou and .fterthe i Vtli June inst. The buildings have undergone a complete and thorough repair, and no efforts will be spared to maintain the ' deservedly high reputation which thin establishment has here j tof >re acquired. The price for boarding will be from $T to $8 per week ? chil dren and servants half-price, Voung people, not requiring much room, will find accommodating terms. Tliesteamer Orus, ( ' ?. j >r.i in ? Price, from the Kulton market, willuiake i <1.1 i I y tup between New Vork and Long Branch. ! Staves will be in readiness upon the arrival of the above boat at the Ocean House, ro Convey p usengers immediately to Long Branch. JAMES GREEN, Proprietor. June 13, IMS. jel9 lin'm MOWLAM'S HOTEL., At Hiirletn Klvcr. C1KORGE NOWLAN respectfully returns his most sin ' cere thanks to his friends and tl e public for the liberal support which be has received for the last ten years, while Pro prietor of Prospect Hall, and begs leave to inform tliein that he lias fitted up the large establishment at the termination of tlie Railroad, on this Islaud, and on the Bank of the River, where he is prepared to furnish visitors with Breakfasts, Dinners, Teas, Suppers, and other refreshments, at theshortest rietice. Good ground, and every accommodation for Military Compa nies. All tli- Railroad Cars land passengers in front of the Hotel for 12^ cents, from the City mil. N. o ? An ordinary at half past 2 o'clock oil Sundays. je28 TROY HOUSE, '1 ROY, N. Y. (lOLKMAN St ROGERS, Proprietors.-This House, so J long and favorably known to the travelling public, is now open. A new story has been added and extensive alterations made; among which are the extension of the Diuing room, to alength of ninety feet, and, bv folding doors connecting, can he extended to one hundred and thirty feet; thirty new parlors, with bed rooms attached: pleasant and airy rooms to the number of sixty have la i n added ? affordin* accommodations for 300 persons. ? The house has been painted and papered throughout. The cars for Boston, Buffalo and Saratoga, start from the front of this house. It ia also but a few steps from the steam bout landing. The proprietors trust, by their personal attention to their Ira siuess and guests, to receive cniitinnedand increased patronage. CHARLES S. COLEMAN, Late of the Astor House. CHARLES M. ROGERS, ju7 lm'rc _ Lite of the Steamer Umpire WARREN HALL. j No. 3 Warren street. npHE SUBSCRIBERS having fitted the above house as a M. Hotel, in a style. of comfort and convenience, for the ac coinmodation of citizens generally and visitors to the ciry , would resjiectfully solicit for themselves a portion of their pa tronago. Their larde/ will lie at all times well stocked with the hest the markets can afford. The Wines, Liquors amrSegars are of the best quality- The bedrooms neatly lurnisheiU spacious and airv. Avliile from its ceutral location, being neaythe City Hall, niiu in the centre of business, it will afford great inducement to those visiting the city. I. BRITTON, C. McCORKLE. I N. B. ? The usual relishes served up at all times. je7 Im'ec | WILSON'S HOTEL AND DINING ROOM, # Gold MtriM-t, near Jllnldcn Lnne. COUNTRY MERC HANTS will find this a desirable House, being convenient to the business part of the city. This ' establishment is fitted up with entirely new furniture. Good i and substantial dinner, ink cents, lodgings 25 cents For con ) veuience and comfort this house is equal to any hotel in the city, j and at half the price. Permanent boarders can be accommodated ! on very reasonable terms. I All the delicacies of the season served up, as soon as they | arrive in market, at half the price of other nouses Elegant i private p triors, for the referee cases, or private dinners or sup | per parties. The very best of liquors. ju5 3in*rc 1 SHARON S P R1NUS PAVILION, SCHOHARIE COUNT V, NEW YORK. THE PUBLIC are resjiectfully informed that Mr. LAN DON, of Congress Hill, Albany, Lis associated himself I with Mr. Gardiner, and ilia! this establishment will hi coil ! ducted by them. I The Pavilion will be opened for the reception of visitor* on the first day of June next. T'e subscribers have made many improvements in the grounds ai d bathing-house, and pledge themselves to use their best exertions to tender tins establish ineut fully equal to any water:. ig place in thi . country. L. Si (i ? Stapes will be in readiness r.-i t'.e arrival of the cars at Ca'ie joharie, to tike passengers to the house. Mr. L. will. as heretofore, coutoiBe the Congress Hall, wMcti will, during the summer be ? nder the superintendence of .Mr. Joslin. m\29 fm'ec .'?7 . I H A TWXti LONG BUANCJLTNEW JERSEY. , rpHE PROrniKTf:; .f r*,e New Vork House, begs leave . * to inform th? rit:/<.ns of N.*w \ ork. and the public geucral ! ly. that his house i? now oism for the accommodation of board I era during the summer sea?ui.. The fare will he six dollars j-er | week, and c erv attention vill be p iid to their comfort and j pleasure. Good -.ervants will lie in couatant attendance. : The steamer Oris will leave New \Drk every day, Irom Kul I ton Market Slip, ind St -i-es w ill be in readiness at the Ocean i House, to convey pasfeuKers to Long llranoh. | 'une 19, 1M5. SAMUEL COOPER. jeU 6w*ec SEA BATHING AT LONG BRANCH. THE Subscriber begs leave to inform the public that he is now prepared to receive company, having made alteia | tions aud airangineiits for the better accommodation of visiters, ; In addition to other adtauuges that his house posses>es, he be lieves th <t a more desirable residence for the approaching tea* sou cannot be found. The conveniences for sea bathing are an* I surpassed. To those who are fond of fishing, no place can be 1 found when' more advantages are offered. 1 Mr James Green having established a line of stages from Red Bank to Deal, passengers can always rely on a quick con veyance. JOHN GREEN, Deal, N. J. ftttw+m PHILADELPHIA hotels. HARTWELL'S WASHINGTON HOUSE, Client nut Street, ABOVE SEVENTH STREET, NEXT TO THE MASONIC HALL, PHILADELPHIA. PTr~ Bath* just introduced? Warm aud Cold ? in fine apart mints ? for both Indies and gentlemen. jeM lm'ee COLUMBIA HOUSE, Chestnut street, between nth and 7th streets, PHILADELPHIA. rpiIE ''UBSCRIBKRS respectfully inform their friends and A the travelling public, they have token the above house, ( lor mrr^1 known as the Marshall House, ) and have made extensile alterations and improvement* in its interior, having spared m> expense to render it one of the most pleasant and fashionable houses in the city. The nsrlors are numerous, the chambers large and well arranged, the furniture entirely new. Its loca tion is in the most central part of the city, near to all the places of public amusement, and convenient to the depots of the Southern, Western and Northern routes. The tables will be supplied with all the dilicacies of the sea son. The Wines are of the choicest brands, and have been carefully selected. The proprietors hope by their personal attention and experience in the business, to give satisfaction to those who may favor them wilh their patronage. BAOLEY. MACKENZIE & CO. James Bailey, (late of Jones' Hotel.) Henry C. Mnckenxie, (formerly of the Washington House ) Peter L. Ferguson. Jnlv 1st, IMS JtJ Sm*ee TO CITY AM) COUNTRY MERCHANTS HOTEL AND STEAMBOAT PROPRIETORS, CITY AND COUNTRY FAMILIES, fcc EX T n A FIN i: TEAS! lO.'l Oreenwlch Street, Nr\a CotTHTLVUDT St., orPOMTK THK PACIFIC IIoTKL, Nt;w York. WE BEG LEAVE to inform you that we established our selves at the above place, principally for the purpose of meeting our views of unr wholesale and large family customers on the North River Side. The upright manner 111 which we have carried on onr business for several years past lu this city, together with the very hn;h quality and moderate lrice of our poods, have earned lor us a degree of reputation and renown far beyond tlmt of any similar house in the United States, and we consider these the best reasons we can urge to obtain your pa tronise. We have, howeyer, much iileasurc in stating, tliat we have made, with great care and judgment, onr selections from all the spring cargoes, and which comprise the finest specimens of Young Hyson, Hyson, Gunpowder, Imperial Oolong Pekoe, Ningyong, Congou Souchong, tic , which have arm id here this season, which, with an immense variety of Fine and (Jood Surdities, we offer at wholesale and retail. We have also try ovemment Java and other Coffees, as usual, roasted ground daily. We continue our operations at our other places ss heretofore, partieul irly at 121 Chatham st. We are your ohediout sersaqis, CANTON TEA COMPANY. New York? 121 Chatham at.; 361 Grand at. and 318 Blectkei st roe. Philadelphia? 89 Chestnut street, and 44 Fifth street myfl 2m*rn BLOCK TIN NVAKE MANUFACTORY. \ GENERAL ASSORTMENT of Planished Tin and Common Tin Ware, Cutlery, Hard and Hollow Ware. Wood Ware, Baskets, Brushes, Door Mats, Shaker Seives ana Brooms ? iu short, every variety of house-keeping article*. N B. ? A complete assortment of Coffee and Tea Urns, Table Dishes and ('.overs, fcc., fcc., for hotels aud steamboats, on hand aud manufactured at the shortest notice. JAMES Y. W ATKINS, jnS 1m* 1* Catharine street. New York. TO DENTISTS. A GENTLEM AN giving up business, will sell his entire stockof Instruments, vi?: one superior double action Chair, Laferta's patent ; one Lrthe; full and complete sets of Ope r* ting and Mechanical Instruments; together with lifl Piste anil Pivot Teeth, lie, fcc., for tlOO cash, to close the concern. This is a sacrifice. They have not been twelve months in use, ind embrace every article required iu the hutiness: or they will be sold ill lots to suit purchasers. Adil'ess " Dentist,'' Herald office. jyltlm'rh PACKET1 SHIP YAZOO, FROM NEW ORLEANS, C discharging at Orleans wharf, fool <?f AV'hII street. Co* signers will please attend to the receipt of their goods imme diately. jt Albany, July 14th, 1845. Politkal Affuirt niut their Divergence I Jo we hear aright when we are told in Albany, the great stamping ground of Mich '?! Hoffman, and the place wherein he has established his fame as one t>l the lion-hearted radical democracy, as a leader among the " barn-burners, ? do we hear uright when we are told that this Jacobinical democrat is afraid or modest in the matter of (>utl 1 iit^ the official guillotine in fair and proper play 1 Of what is he j fearful 1 How can he be modest ! In tl?<* same case and under similar circumstances, he and his peculiar friends would surely find no sort of favor, and surely would they meet with no special degree ol clemen cy at the hands of the radical Jacobinical whigs. is said that " the old Admiral" has a brace of very worthy sons, who are poor enough in regard to tht.s j world s gear ? and who would be glad to find them selves snugly provided for in the mansion-house of their sire ; and yet such is the uprightness and ho nesty of purpose inherent in the naval officer that he has hitherto wholly refused, and still refuses, as 'tis said, to displace anyone of the twenty whigs in his department, to give places to his own begotten flesh and blood. If this be so, it ia one of the brightest among those examples of the morality or Chris tianity of politics, so exceedingly refreshing in these days of political lure and salary ? in these days when, it men cannot bethought, they can buy offices literally and truly for a mere song, lint this kind of morality is not understood, and it is far from being appreciated in this region. Mr. Hoff man must operate according to the received and established rule; he must make planes lor the friends of his friends, or we shall be compelled to be down upon him with the force and effect of an Alpine avalanche. We have here in Albany a sutficiently large number of worthy and respectable young men of parts, who must be token into possession of Michael Hoffman. Our valorous little friend Cagger, Chairman of our Executive Committee, and one auiong those who have fought manfully for the Admiral, lias an intel ligent younger brother, who rmnt have a situation under the naval officer, and a good one withal, or our forces here will not be kept quiet. Why should whigs who have opposed democratic men land mea sures, with a consistency and uniformity which does them honor, be permitted to wear thin clothes, live ui tlie'shade 'and drink iced water, while our own friends who have aided and a-betted, fought and bled, and almost died in the cause, are suffered to ask and not receive, to keep knocking, and the door is not opened. This is a point as yet uuexolained, and as many think wholly unexplainuble by the most adroit and wiley official between head quarters and this ancient Dutch city. The fact is, the whole sys tem is wrong, and the people composing the party after undergoing a few more operations upon the humbug ging plan, will themselves apply a remedy through the ?mnipotent ballot boxes, lliese are the little jokers which have the " voice (>otential as double as.the liuke's" to make any man, he he never so exalted and secure, open his eyes to a realizing sense of his situation. * * * * Governor ^ircy had a dinner tendered to him during his recent flying vi sit to this seat of the once potent and Jesuitical re gency. And who were these gentlemen, so exceed ingly anxious to give a good feed to tile Secre tary under the impression, doubtless, that in Wash ington he was wholly unable to obtain anything pa latable and wholesomel By examining " the call." do you find the name of Flagg, Van Buren, French, Cagger, Cassidy, or the very renowned Gaffneyt Not one. Why is this! It happens to be the case that these gentlemen are the self-constituted leaders of the party of progressive democracy, the young democracy, the Christian democracy, and the re- ' forming democracy in unt i^onism with the Cross wellians, or the old regency. A private family quar rel in Albany, between the Argus and the organ of the new lights, was the original cause of the sepa ration, and the prime movers seem determined to carry the war into every quarter of the State. In deed, it has been so carried in relation to many, or most of the appointments along the line of the canals. Arc. Are. ft is simply u difference between six and a half dozen, a contest as to whether the i division of the loaves and fishes shall depend upon the dicta of the Argus (Crosswell, Seymour, Corn j ing, Varum, Gallup, McVean, it idomne genu*), or ' | the Atlas (Cassidy, Gagger, French, GaHncy, and i men of that kidney); a gladiatorial fight between the ? old and the young regency. This is the meat of the whole nut. Both desire to" be the regency, to get into the affections, and ccntrol the official action of Silas Wright. Now, in passing, we would merely remark that Silas Wright has it within his own pow er to stand or tall upon his own merits, and if he permits himself hereafter to be swayed in any de gree by either of these contemptible cliques, not re cognized or known beyond the city of Albany, then ana in that case he cannot sustain himself ? even though he now has a home in the hearts of the peo pie. To resume. Through the name and influence of Mr. Wright, these patriotic and disinterested gen tlemen seek to operate upon the general administra tion at Washington. KJHut men are springing up and coming into notice, who are able and ready to expose the movements of these .self-constituted regencies, men of shrewdness and intelligence, who can wield a ready pen and speak witn ready tongues. These are they that have seen the total want of generosity among the Sancho Pan/as of |H>hlics, and bv whose aid the | people will be made to understand that, while the I world is governed too much, it is also governed for ' the advantage and advancement of a lew soulless ! and disingenuous individuals. Men are, in respect I to price, very much like cattle, worth what they will j bring in the market. If they cannot bring gold or commodities of sorts, then are they valuable to these trading politicians in virtue of the |>en, which, " beneath the rule of men entirely great, Is mightier than the sword !" Or the tongue, the cajolery and flattery of which, may sometimes command influence. 1 hiring the recess, the wheels of government move on. Mr. Farnngtom the present worthy Adjutant General, and late Treasurer of the State, stands well for the .Judgeship vacated by Monell, appointed Clerk. Notice to Exporters of American Scuar. ? Hy an act of the British Parliament, passed on the 24th of April last, fixing the duties on the importation of the sugars of various countries into the British islands, it was enacted, that her Majesty might from time to time declare, hy order in council, that the sugars of certain cuantries,* not named iu the act, should be admitted for consumption in the British islands, on payment ot duties to the amount of one pound three shillings and four pcnce on the hundredweight of brut ;i sugar, and one pound eight shillings on the hundred* eight of while clayed (not refined) sugar ; provided, that such sugars should he ac companied, iu every case, by a certificate from the British consul, or other authorized officer of the British government at the place of shipment, that they w ere the growth of the country in which such place is situated. Inime.tiately alter the passage of this act, an order iu council w as issued, declaring the sugars of the I'nited St. iles admissible, under the reduced duties above specified ; aud several cargoes of American sugir accordingly arrived in the British ports, some of which, not being accompanied by the required certificates of origin, were at first refused admission. On representa tion by our minister to the government at London, special orders wcie obtained for the admission ot these caigoes, but, as such favors cannot be expected alw ays, the attention of our merchants is particularly directed to the third and fourth sections of the act ol Parliament, re specting the sai 1 certificates, of which the following is a copy ?? Si i . .1. .lnd be it enaetrl, That no sugar shall be admissible to entry fur home consumption, at the said duties of one pound eiirbt shillings, or one pound thice shillings and lour pence per hundredweight, respective ly, unless the master ol the ship importing the same shall have delivered to the collector or comptroller, at the port of impoitatiou, such certificate or certificates us heieinafter are mentioned; nor unless said master shall also make ami subscribe a declaration, before such col lootor or comptroller, that such certificate or certificates was or were received by him at the placc where such sugar was taken on board, an4 that the sugai io imported istlie same as is mentioned therein." "Sk< . 4. mind be it enacted. That, in case such sugar shall be imported from China, Java, or Manilla, or from either of the countries named in such order in council, as heieinbefore is mentioned, the certificate so to tie given to the collector or compt roller at the port of importation shall be under the hand aud seal of the BritiiK consul, vice consul, consular agent or other officer appointed in that behalf, tiy her Majesty, at the place wnere such sugar wns taken on board, and shall certify that a declaration in u ritiag hail been made, and signed before such coi sid, vice consul, consular ageu*. or other officer, by the shipper of such sugar, and that the same was really and bonmfidc the growth of the country in which the samo was so taken on board; and shall also certify that such consul, vice consul, consular agent, or other ? ofllcer, had examined the contents ol such declaration, ( and believed the same to be true."? fVaikington ' mon, i July 14. Military Movements. ? The steamboat a/.oo , arrived here on Friday evening, front ?rt -I esup, with companies of the 1th regiment I nited State* Infan try, which proceeded immediately to tho barracks he- , ' The steamboat Kodolpb arrived yesterday bringing from the same military post the start office ~s ot the W and, 4th regiments of infantry, and three companies of troops, which also proceeded to the barracks. Col Twiggs, commanding the first regiment of dra guuis, lia? proceeded by land Irom Fort J esup to tho Kio Orande.? Ntw Or leant Tropic, July 7. Varieties. The United Statin Commissioners and Major Har ney have met the I'ottawuttamie chiefs at Council Bluffs, and maie propositions to purchase their lands north of the Missouri river, ami give them land south of that stream. The Indians had the proposition under consider ation, but the opinion prevailed that they would not con sent to sell on any terms. The half-hr.-eds and trader! desired to sell, hut the great body of the nation were decidedly opposed to any sale whatever. ? St. Louia New Km. The Waterbury (Con.) American, mentions a most awful casualty that occurred at the factory of Mr. O. 8. Abbott, in Southbury recently. A Mr. Downs who was engaged uhout the machinery, took with him his son, about three years of age, when turning from the child for a moment, it approached so near that its dress caught in the machinery, and was thus horribly mangled to death before its father's eyes. Nicollet's official report on the Hydrographical Basin of the I'ppor Mississippi, is among the most interest ing documents published recently by the U. 8. Senate It comprises a large map of the whole region. The following toast was given at a temperance dinner:? "The revolutionary army and the cold water army; the one drove the red coat* from the land, the other the red noses. " Gov. Thomas, of Maryland, has filed n bill in Frederick County Court for a divorce from his wife, Saruh C. P. Thomas, and giving, of course, the reafoni on which the application is based. A man and his wife, residing in the vicinity of Fifth and Buttonwood streets, Philadelphia, yesterday while quarreling, upset a kettle of boiling water upou one of their childien, of tender age, which scalded it badly. Great alarm and excitement prevailed at Montreal at the last accounts, in consequence of the recent at tempts at incendiarism ? no less than seven qf which had been made within two day 8. Five persons were incus tody. The inhabitants of Mayenne, France, the birth place of Bishop Cheverus, have erected n magnificent statue in commemoration of that great and good man. The Salem Gazette says the nun:' <*r of letters in the Post Office in that city has in teased more than three-fold since the reduction in the rates. ,..D. E. Sabin of New Haven, Conn., was arrested on Monday, and held to bail in ?'2000, for procuring abor tion resulting in death. The victim was his own wife. Some fifteen bushels of blueberries are now taken to Boston daily over the Fitchburg railroad. Who says a railrord is not a feeder? The Hon. Samuel G. Wright, of Monmouth t'ounty, member of Congress elect, continues danger ously ill at his residence, Merino Hill, near Allentown. Kx-Govemor and ex-Minister Shannon, it is said, is about to take up his residence in Cleaveland, Ohio, and there practice law. Mr. William Ilerod has declined runninaas a can didate in the Indianapolis district. This will leave the contest between Mr. Foley, (W.) and Judge Wick, (Dem.) "A glorious thing this reduction of postage," said a fellow the other day ; "I ffet half ado/en dunning let ters now, where I got one formerly." On Tuesday Vice President of the U. S., Mr. Dal las, passed through Newark, on his way to Philadelphia, from Schoolev's Mountain. Business at New Orleans was too dull for com ment on the tith. A man was lately shot at Cincinnati while in the act of setting fire to a dwelling house. The President of Texas has vetoed the bill for the relief of Commodore Moore. On Sunday night last in Columbia county, Ga., a negro fellow belonging to Mr. Snowden Kiriflin, inflicted wounds, thought to be mortal, upon Mr. Henry Gibson, and upon Mr. Perrin, son of Maj. Joseph C. Perrin, all of that county, by stabbing them with a large knife. The former was stabbed in the side, the latter in the neck, cutting into the carotid artery. They were patrolling, and undertook to arrest the negro, who was avay frem his master's plantation without a pass. Iron 13ridoe. ? The Philadelphia and Heading Railroad Company have constructed at their workshops, in Pottstown, an iron bridge on the truss principle. The weight of the bridge is U tons 1 cwt. The span is 34 feet, and the cords are made of wrought iron. It is said to be the first iron bridge ever constructed in this coun try. Cost about $1000. The revenue of Boston tor the last six months of this year, amounts to $4, 213, 035 7 i ; for a corresponding time of last year, $2, 808, 403 44. Decrease of revenue the first six mouths of this year, $595,430 74. Larpe niunbers of the miserable tribe of Winne bagoe Indians are yet in Wisconsin, notwithstanding the treaty stipulating their removal west of the Mississippi. Kfforti are to be made to have them removed to their own territory, known as the Neutral Ground. A man und his wife having a bitter quarrel, in or der to appease their fury, they threw all the portable furniture out of the window. The wife had even ripped up the tick of the bed, and set all the feathers afloat in the an' and then rushing to the banisters of the stairs, and breaking her arm upon them, the exclaimed, with insane integrity, "Now, you icoundrel, yo* mr*t pay lor a surgeon . Afkkay and Death.? An aflray took place in In dianapolis, Indiana, cn the 4th instant, between some whites and a negro named Nick Woods, in which the latter was killed. Some of the white men were severe ly wounded ? one of them, named Tucker, had his skull dreadfully fractured. Gov. Baldwin, of New Haven ; Judge Church, of Salisbury; Judge Waite, of Lyme; Judge Storrs, of Mid dleton; Judge Hinman, of Waterbury; Hon. J. A. Rock well, of Norwich; Judge McCardy, ol Lyme; Hon. Tho mas Day, of Hartford; Judge Pomeroy, of Stonington; and Judge 1! has, of Brooklyn, arc sojourning at New London, Coi n. A youngman, son of Mr. David Watts, was shot dead at the military encampment near Athens, Fayette county, Kentucky, a few days since, by the sentinels who were placed over a cannon, which lie attempted to pass without giving the countersign. On the trial of Andrew Andersen, the wretch who lired the Charlotte street church, Kensington, in the Philadelphia criminal court, u few days since, it was shown that fie kindled the fire with the pulpit Bible. - Such a case of sacrilege is perhaps not on record. Col. L>uvenport, an old and respectuble citizen of Illinois, for a long time ^ast a resident of Rock Island, was murdered on the 4th instant, by live men, who, after having shot him, robbed him, says the Chicago Journal, of $600 :md his watch. He lived several days, and de I scribed the murderers. Some 100 citizens went in pur | suit of them. Sheriff Deming, who shot L)r. Marshall, has been admitted to bail. The Hon. Seth ISarton, Solicitor of the Treasury, I arrived in New Orleans on the 6th instant, from the | scene of his labors, Washington, and was greeted by ma ny of his old friends and associates. The census ol the city of Salem has just been I completed. The whole population is 16,697. In 1840, it was I3,08i, making an increase of 161S. The increase from 1836 to 1840 was only 80. The ashes of Commodore Kdward Preble which have remained undisturbed for thirty-eight years in the family tomb in the Eastern cemetery, w ore recently le moved by the oraer of his son to a new tomb, above which he intends to erect an appropriate monument. Portland .iraut. Charleston Savings Institution goes on steadily increasing; the number of accounts open on the 1st July, was 64.), being an increase of 187 since the 1st January last. The amount on deposit on the 1st July was $v),;>41 78; of this amount $41, Ml 2 04 has been received the last six months. iJaniel Waldo, of Worcester. Mass., who died suddenly lest week, left by his will, to the McLean Asy lum, the munificent bequest of *? JO, 00(1, and to the Mas sachusetts General Hospital $10,000. | A very large business is doing on the Delaware I and Raritnn ( anal, this year. Thero arc almost always | boots at the lock in Second street, waiting their turn. | The line of steam propellers, built to run by sea from New York to Philadelphia, pass this season threugh th? Ctnal. ? Trrntnn Stair Oar. Samuel Kennedy, convicted at New Orleans ol killing Benjamin VV. Wait, has been sentenced to be ex ecuted. His counsel, however, lias moved to take hi* case before the Court of Appeals of that State. The Whirr Convention which met at Milledge ville, Georgia, on the 7th inst., unanimously nominated George W. Crawford, the present Governor of that State, for re election. Gen. Clinch presided, on motion of Mr. Berrien. I A pleasant announcement appears in a Liverpool iiaper. A packet ship from America has brought to Eng land 9147 bides and -JO casks of shoe pegs The war, 1 therefore, between the two countries has begun, as the Yankees .u? not only ''pegging" into us, but "leathering us." St i'Rkmk Coi'RT, L' ricA, July 12 ?Present, Chiel Justice Bronson, Justices Beardsley and .leweti. No. 'J.TJ? Munns v* Kenton Moved as frivilous; Mr. Hill lor defendant; Mr Taber lor plaintiff, decision post poned. No. US Polhemus et al. ads. Chappcll et hI vtoved as frivolous; Mr. Worden for defendant; Mr. Goodwill for plaintiff; held not frivolous. No. 390 Hen ? on vs. Ilign.til Moved as frivolous; Mr. Edwards foi defendant; Mr. Kirkland for plaintiff; Court refused to hear the motion, cause not being put on the calendar by the idaintirt. No. :I ? A reserved cause ? Shaw vs. ( om stock Argued by Mr. Collier for plaintiff, Mr. Benedict for defendant; new trial denied. No. 'J6? A reserved cause -Warren ads. the People? Argued by Mr. Rolpli for plaintiffs; Mr. Taber for defendant; judgment foi defendant; leave for plaintiff's to amend No. 43- Un mans vs. Brutherson Argued by Mr. Wright for plain tiffs, Mr Hill for defendant; decision postponed. No. 41? Relyea vs. Drew ? Argue I by Mr. Stevens for de fendant, Mr. Harris for plaintiff , decision postponed. No. 47? White et al. ads the Hank of Waterville? Argned by Mr, Stevens for plaintiff, Mr. Reynolds for defendai.'s. No. 47 is the last cause reached on the regular call of the calendar. ? Ultca Gazette. Tiik Kknnsej.aer Circuit. ? Judge Parker, at ihe opening of the Court on Monday, after announcing that the ]>ending murder trial would occupy the entire term, discharged the rest of the jury and the witnesses . in ail other cases

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