Newspaper of The New York Herald, June 15, 1842, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated June 15, 1842 Page 2
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! . vnm, iii ; a r n Ww l'ork, WrdnrmUy, June 13, 1N4'1. il raid Uullotln of Nt \va. l'l. 'I.-ral i Bulletin of News is kept nt the north to. i "niton and .Nassau streets. On the an i't! o(th< i iru. ig i iat eight o'clock, A. M.?and also of tli? en i g ii.ius, at fouro'clock^. M., the latest imelh ;enr i-e .i .i ! >> ?of tiie world, may he found on the iletald H " \2 r I, ?t this corner. "Let every wayfarer toj ' J to . A 1* j;ti ot.iietits of all kinds taker at the ottice. Ornrral PiTnTliij; Ollles-. I ?t ?ry ...m.. .,r doing all soits t. i>r ti.iir. s,vch as books, p.. nphlets. hill-', corda of a.l i .is. is urt-.v dimiimii.. it ..tLi JuihliriM. entrance 1 0 NjrsxtrWTWrt- 3nepii' Elliott, Printer. An !'xtr? HtmM tu-uay?Sallf:ig of the Bo ton Steamer, V econd edition of :he Herald will be published this da. at cnt o'clock?to coutain the latest news for th Cloaks Steamer, that will sail for Liverpool to-morrow. Tin: Trial of Colonel Mom hoe Edwards Iji ale, in pamphlet form, at the Herald Office, c rner of Nassau and Fulton street. Price b'.j cents each copy. Close of Col. Edwardi' Trial.?Founrt Guilty. \ vrday morning, soon after 10 o'clock, the nry came into court, in the case of Col Edwards, 1 . being polled, they delivered instantly a vcrtliet >f guilt?/ of furgcry and fraud. verdict waj received with unfeigned nsfri:Whmeni and delight throughout theeity. Tin n?.nv nt He intelligence was placed on onr bulletin, ir w-'s crowded with people, and continued so til! i .i t;i 'moon. Xe also published a full report of the trial, embracing the verdict, and the rush f>>r the pamphlet was unprecedented. In a few ho;tr> we issued many thousands. Jt i9 issued at 6 cents by single copies?at 4 cents by the hundred. This trial has created a deep sensation in the commercial world. The boldness and success of the forgeries had astounded every body; and but f >r h >!ight circumstance, caught up and carried on' into ultimate discovery by O. M. Lowndes, Esq., ; h confidential counsel of the b inks, we do not be\ that the perpetrator ever would have been discovert .1 The commercial community, therefore, o . much to Mr. Lowndes for his singular sagacity and Met in discovering this wonderful piece of roguery ; in 1 they are no less indebted to James It. W liti ig, an 1 his able associates?to Judge Kent ? and above all, to the firmness of the jury, in rendering th;- most just an I righteous verdict. Messrs. Critt n ien and M irshall are welcome to all the honor of ably d- fending one of the most astonishing e oundrcb of the age?a perfect Napoleon in forgery and fraud?whose invention, tact, perseverance, ni 1 talents of all kinds, are of the most 6uperb de. ription. But this trial of Edwards, disclosing as it does a most original system of villainy?discloses not one h lit" the rascality of the cli'/ue of finished knaves, of which Edwards is only a leader and master spirit. Whether the forgery of $'23,000, successfully perpetrated on Mr. Jacob Little, was the work of the : i n set, we know not, although there are very strong su.-picions that it was. Time will probably discover the extent of this vast confederacy, and the fellow called Charles F. Johnson may yet be brought up to the bar ?f justice. W have said that the verdict of the jury astonished all. This was so, because there was a very general impression abroad, that a man, with $50,000 in hi?trunk,CDuld not be convicted?and also that tn re were certain sporting gentlemen on the jury th w ,.ld st i'.d out. Of this last report we know nothing rrrtain?hut we are fold that among the gent! -men who live near the gambling table, there - i principle of honor that despise* all fraud and forgery, as very low and ung-ntlemanly conduct. Anion; such persons there is n line of conduct, regulated l>v -ft tin immutable us the laws of th 'Medesund Persians. s . ttieg iy cavalier, Col. .Monroe Edwards,isfound g.tii - on: this is only the first indictment. There are live or six others still pending against hitn. He will, no doubt, now be tried, convicted, and punished on the whole bunch. The punishment in each case is five years in the State Prison?making, in the as? ? "rate, at least twenty-five years imprisonment, to which he may be sentenced?a very pretty little account curf-nt with the State. It is not probable that In: can escape now?and the purity and prom; ness of the laws will be successfully vindicated. X. B.?The very beautiful pamphlet, or brochurt, containing a full report of this trial, is sold at this office?price cents per copy. x >:.ow Birr Scrf..?Topping, the murderer, was sentenced yesterday by Judge Kent, and will be bun? on the 5th of August. The miserable man said tint the poor woman he killed was his wife, and had borae him ten children. What human being could !iv aft Ts'.ich an act, whether there was a court of law or not to punish him! In such a case death is hap.Mnevs. Colt will have to follow. We do not * -e how he c m escape. Dick Kobinson'a days are ,.i-. t?u i guur. uamn r miCDlM is in UM4.? W iv d - i not Governor Reward send on a rcquisi<i r'\ i*> th Governor of th it'luted He i i t i > i*il r > . >r Dorr?why lii ne iie.'i ?et 'lis dntv in VThcheil'g case 1 - ... .a ;?Wnu h is h-eoni" of the case of W n R To ."i 'iid of th" Kxoreas, who was con\:. 1 for a il!thy libel on a hi,'lily respectable Reni1 :i u of ;'.i b :r ; VV'ii m we published merely the ii i ii < :" John 1J air vert y by mil take in a list ofnames, i I >r* cte l it next day, we were fined by the 1' i tof s's'.on?. sf'tJ). What isdone with Towcs"iid's easel Do tell. . ?Tins social and philosophical movei r t- to be coing ahead, like the Great Mor1 ,i :r. in the sublime West. Philosopher i i:i- d! th.- energy, enthusiasm, and faith n' i r.ict rise Proph't Joe Smith. veiiin? tie Fourieritr jmet,to the number of h i 1 1 and twenty, in their hall, h id a chat o.i ci"-,- ,nd the harmonies, and then adjourned. i ' -a now number five hundred souls, best I ttle. Of the believers there are one hun Ir 1 1 fifty in full faith and communion, and in" p'-t art' catechumen^. Human nature is only huinbng in a state of efTervescnce. Remember that aphorism, ye philoaophera. H '! ! ? : V1?RRIK Evil.wi) ?Two StCWll hIiI)*, the Columbia and Creat "Western, start on Thui?> dav, the former trout Button for Liverpool, and the latter hence for Driftol. And n-xt Mon' d iv the packet ship Ivigl... 1. the Eclipse of the Old Line, will .-*iil lor Liverpool. These packets will t ike out over a hundred |*Rsengers. The letter bigs of the Columbia will close this afternoon at :ii-Po t U Ti e, at ll irrtdcn's, and at (iilpin's. It ii -1 !i i ut to say that Captain Waite is the commander of the England. Wit: ;t *. r.Ks r!?It costs a" much to build and r iit. tg! frigate for sea a*, it would to erect so. ventv lar* thi >tory ltrick dwelling houses. (" nm; N'kw .teamer?'This new steam ship is to c tile ] til Hibernia, and not the llnetoma. \ i ,1 ? v *r > nam T ? ?* -? arr ! in Vi nny law Sunday, for the murder of n nun L'ucker. An accomplice in the affair, nun:J ii-itter i-'ld, t* now in this city. St.: mil Cl::>pai:;\.-Tit',, bemttful boat continues to run litre- time* a week to Providence. L' .' t 'f ' V trtkvr.?Th wife of P. drowning P" > ' >r of t- f^ Klgintt l!ou?e, Buffalo, wan hum e 11 j Je i:h a few evening etnce. t3\-:.v . - -r?Apple*, of this year's erowth, i t' ' i,. unit'1* in' f > t! **. ill *, h-ntnej k. k ? ,fW ' ^ 3K7BWPW H?|l " I..JBW Fanky Ei.s>i>jt?The new Ballet?To-night li1 new Wr."<7. calh'd (ho *' Pri tee and the Fairy, isbrotislit out ai the Park. This drum# ha? never boon presented in tins conn ry it any tlr'atre. The materials ure found ir ,o .!? iteriuun piece : but i' has been renovated uno irr aged entirely tiy Mademoiselle Elatler herwK \Iany ol'the dunces are new?an 1 the pantomime -aperb. The story .s a simple fairy tale A young Prince uacr iumtt'll mi the wood* u-himunr. A beautiful tiry mei't him and falls in love. fcrhe leads hiru litroy frotn 1 is wife. The wife interposes some magical elforts, and contends with the fairy a lonr time ir gaiety. dancing, pantomime, -arc., and then (lie dfttouenuii! comes. Fanny Ls the fttiry; and it is s.uj ilie whole Utlkt i? the most exquisite thing yet seen on lh?.-e boards We will see to-night. IIeini ich's Lkkat Okatokio.?Heinrich, the celebrated composer, gives his splendid Oratorio toinorow night. This musical entertainment will be one of the most magnificent that ever was given in this city. We shall give further particulars tomorrow?see the advertisement. Incident.?On Tuesday, the 14th inst. a party of young men, while out upon an excursion of pleasure in a small boat, were very unceremoniously hoarded hy a huge sturgeon, who sprang from the water and deposited himself in the bows, and commenc -d flouncing and beating about in the beat a( the imminent danger of swamping it. Tint O'vi i to the presence of mind and activity of the v . ,nx men, he wiio kept gtiiet, and eventually brought t land, where he w i? received hy the a?s nib1 crowd with three clieers. tie was then escorted t Washington Market, where those who are loud ol such delicacies can procure it. He is said to be the largest ever caught in this river, measuring from seven to eight feet, and weighing about 500 lbs. Visiting.?The little U. S. brig Apprentice, commanded by Sailing-Mnster Moo res, has sailed from Boston on a cruise of several weeks, and will pro caed to Provincetown, Nantucket, New Bedford, Newport, New London, and New York. She has a vi<. v. vi tuny line nine apprentices on ooarn, arid her api>eftninee in different ports will create a* much interest as the arrival of a larger vessel. The Apprentice wfis built to give the naval school boys some practical knowledge in navigation and seamanship. Tiik New I*. S. Steamer Union.?The steamer Union came out of the dry dock at Norfolk on Thursday last, and was masted and rigged in two hours, by simply hauling 'ant her chain shrouds.? Iler rig is as simple and compact as her hull, being that of a three masted schooner without booms, yards or top hamper of any kind. She is now ready for the reception of her machinery. Singular Fire.?The ice house of Francis Tattle, in Acton, Mass. was destroyed|by fire last Mon | day. Novelty to England.?Thirty young buffaloes \ and an elk, captured on the wild western prairies, 1 are on the eve of being shipped for England from ' this city. | SPUtNDTD GiRMK?An eagle measuring across I the wings nearly seven feet, was captured at Wind- j sor, Conn, a few days ago. Hicit Present.?A splendid Arabian blood horse } lias just arrived at Salem from Muscat, as u present i from the Sultan to a cilizenjof that place. Two ! full-blooded Arabs came also as grooms. ! Worth Seeing.?Water will he let into the grenl ' (Jroton Aqueduct Heservoir at Yorkville on Mon- v day afternoon next. These conservatories of water v cover an urea of thirty three acres, and the quantity c of water to be let in, can, therefore, be easily ima- J gined. , Court of Over and Termini I' Ueforc Ju.lgu Kent nn 1 Al.termeu D ilin nail Hal fit-Id. : Verdict ok the Jcrv in the case ok Monroe f Edwards, and Sentence ok Topping for tiie ' Mitkdek ok ins Wike. ? Jknk 14.?About a j past 10, the Court ordered the ! .lury to be acnt lor. The general expectation was, ' that they had not agreed; although tney had been :1 in session since bix o'clock the previous evening. The f jury soon afterwards came in, and on being asked if they hud concluded upon a verdict, replied in the af- 1 firmative. The announcement was recvived with evi- f dent surprise and intense desire was manifested to J uear the result. The Clerk then put the usual question, " What say you, gentlemen, is Monroe Ed- 1 wards, the prisoner at the bar, guilty or not guilty ? ' The foreman rose and replied in a low but firm voice, | GCILTY. None appeared for the moment to be more ' surprised than the prisoner himself, lie took mat- ' ters very calmly, notvever, and soon resumed his usual comi>osure. By request of Mr. I'kiue the jury was polled, and each responded to the verdict of guilty. By request J of Counsel sentence was postponed to next term. '' Tiie Court thanked the Jury for their attention, and thus ended this great act of the important dra- ' ina Monroe Edwards was then placed in another " portion of the room, and Thomas Topping put to the bar. The District ! Attorney rose and said:?"The prisoner at the bar " having been convicted of murder?of the murder of his wife?1 move that mdginent be pa&sed upon him '' necording to law." The Clerk then asked Topping I1 " what have you now to say why sentence should 1 not lie passed upon you 1" The wretched prisonei ' attempted to utter something, but bis words were 1 pronounced so low that they could not be understood Judge Kent told him to come nearer and tell tilCourt what he h id to say. He appr >.?ch d elos- r t- 1 the Judge's bench, and said in a feeble voice, "i I1 anew no more ?-f it nor a chil unborn" He then 11 >oke t iroua I upon the spectators, and said," there -) more people here than will be prescr.t at my xecution. I lay along side of her for three 11 mors and a half and know nothing of it. 11 i U|<, uui ii-n it ft h i u across u?*r on the door, by the fire place. I said, " Hetty, why don't J you get up," but ene had no sense at all. I took her , aanu, but she lay there insensible like n child. The 1 next thing I remember was being taken Hway by :he watchmen. 11 I'd got leave to set down at that " time, I might have recollected it, but 1 didn't even " for a moment, and that's all 1 know about it."J Judge Kr.nt told him he had been tried by a pa- v tii ut Court and an intelligent jury, and defended by il able counsel. n The prisoner replied that he had no fault to find. Judge Kent?Tolling. it is my duty to pass upon j"' von ihe sentence of the law. and il is also my duty ' to tell you to prepare to die. ' Tormo?- I hop< 1 am, sir. ^ Judge K.?The Court is glad to see you in this 11 trame of mind, and we hoi>e you will |HTpare for c' he worst?for, Topping, it was the most cruel, tor- f1 tunng dea*h that 1 ever met v.'ith in the whole course '' of the many trials 1 have been engaged in or listen l' ed to. 1 never heard of such suffering indicted on " t human being, and that being, too, was ihe wife e of your bosom, to whom you had been married 0 many years?who had borne you children that? c Torri.vo?Oh, ves, sir, ten children, and 1 had no fault to find her. c Judge K.?Topping, 1 have nothing further to say e to you,except that your life will soon be ended. This world is ahoui todcoart from before your eyes. You have sited th" blood of a hitman being, that being. too, who should have been the dearest to you of ' of any on earth. * * * You have made your own b children orphans, and nothing hut repentance re- ' in.uns before the grave opens to receive von. You '' will iiave the ntd of good men to counsel with and \ console yon. I will not distress vour feelings?your 1 tinv is short; make the most of it. __ After Other elo- ? guentnnd feeling remarks, Judge Kent said ?? Thomas Tdphno, ihe judgment of the law is, that 6 on the 5th d iv of August next, you lie taken from '! the prison and be hanged by the neck until you are U...I I - J . ..U?mm VTOtl [inve IIlTCy on yOl? Will. | lloth prisoners were then remanded?the guv una "U-KHnt Colonel still with liisfnends about him?the poor nod lowly Topping with scarcely ail individual ( >y hi*aide ao poor to do him honor. The moralist hud u rich theme io expatiate ii|?on. The Court J then adjourned sine die. Moitr Mt nnrR in Arkansas.?The Times and 11 \dvocate of the '23d iilt.,saya :?\Ve learn by agen- '* tleman direct from Pine HlutVs, that on Thursday ' last. t!ie l'hh inst.. Paul Vauzine deliberately shot '1 two men, T. IV Tillery, end Wm. M. Potts, with a '' louble Itanel! d :u:i The circumstance*, a* rela ' led to us, are, that Ti'lery and Potts claimed a cerlain parcel ot lumber in |*>s* ssion of Vaugine, and '' Vaimine had threatened to kill them if they removed s it. ( hie of them did remove a portion of the lumhei < ?hut on serins the other concluded to remove no ' norc of it until thev had a lawful right so to do ? i shortly after, Vauzine met them, and without say h ng i word shot Potts through the id -. Tillerv in SHiuut'i of hiiiilirr,!)'.!' V .iumiu went round > 1 'he other side, and discharged the content* of the ther arrel at him, killing nim instantly. Potts ed > |. v, hours Vauame immediately crossed ie river, where he had a horse. and fled to the t rood?. lintnirUiu [CorrrtpoiriUuce of the Hrmlit] Lexington, May 30, 1H42. IJeduaiim of a Church?Satrmt?Pi undent of Tmnft/lvania?7^i? Mutable Divine?l'ok<.r on oi'cri.y?.utfmrruni?cmy narccnie? uiootia: Stork, and Religion. tmiTOK OF THE HjSllAU):? Sin:? A grand scene was acted yesvrday in our city? nothing less than the d??cfic.v.'ioii of cur new Methodist church. It is a large building capable ol holding. say 2'KJO jiereons. The exterior is remarkably lain, hat the interior shows u finish of elegance and magnificence, combined with the simple and chaste style, that reflects great credit upon the architect. I'hey hive now decidedly the most aristocratic 1 inking church in these "diggings." Great exertionhad been made tor some weeks in arranging 4iiatters so that the dedication should come off with iclut. The Sisters, as usual, were unusually industrious; their whole soul seemed to be fixed upon tlie performance of the day?they determined to have for once grand and effective music?they arranged a choir for the occasion?such running and racing for days before?such tuning of pijies, and destruction of Pease's Candy?such using of svrup of ~,..;tu i * i.. Ojuiuo iv vivai iuvii Iivvva ncjt nv > ti IVIIUWU urfore?every lady in town possessing a light and clear tone was engaged. The H <v. Professor B ncom was engaged espe llv for the occasion, and preached an effective u l i:ii:MSsioned senium from 1'2 Daniel, 4. He i-rnti r mind, a refined taste, and a line iiniitiou. He is a noble, fine looking man, and ins to have been intended by nature for a General; he looked as though he was born to commandite would be u brave and daring man upon the battle field, or 1 am mistaken in him. His appearance reminded me of our present Postmaster General. While praying, however, his words seem more intended to please the ear of man than to reach the Kuler of the Universe; it seemed to me that lie made a grent effort to show that he was a man of poetic talent. He has an air of nomhttlanre which he carried out to perfection. His gesticulation is violent, and of the really tragedy cart. In Ins rear and to the right, upon u sofa, sat Brother Peering, the pastor, a pleasant little man, the very image of s-lf-coinplacency; he has a mild and pjacid expression of countenance, and would be pietv personified, were it not that the phrenologists woiiln discover the propensities too strongly developed?his part in the exhibition seemea to be to net us temperance butler to the orator. 1 observed him always rutdv to pour out the cool and refreshing beverage of n iture when wanted. I would ob serve en pauant that the speaker evidently showed, by the" science*' manner of carrying the glass to his lips, that he had in his time rpiafied " rosy wine" in fashionable placesBrother Brush was seated to the left of the speaker, and looked very "yvrcw/y," as much as for to say, I wish I had been selected to open the ball, I would have went it with a rush. What his particttlar duties were, I cannot say; probably he was placed there to balance Brother Peering, and produce uniformity of appearance in the pulpit. In front of tne pulpit, in the middle of the aisle, was a chair, and on that chair was seated the heavy corporation of the already announced Rev. President elect of Methodist Transylvania; lie was in npplepie order; his luui nos tiiuei a new une, ui iidu uceil well sprillK!ed with alcohol and brushed to give it a fresh appearance for the occasion?his hair appeared to have >een newly out, though awkardlv done?he has a lappy ap|>earance, and must feed well?histoid nt tmble is exactly that of an Alderman seated before lis turtle soup at Guildhall. Near him, on his right, was the open faced proessorol languages. 1 was pleased to see the nppro>ative smile upon his countenance; 1 looked carlestly for the professor of mathematics, the last of ' the trio," hut could not see him. Who is that ntellectual looking man to the left of the pulpit? die frosts of some sixty winters have whitened lis locks. Ah! now I see it is the Jiev. Doctor F , a gentleman possessing great 'ersatility of talent and opinions. He succeeded veil as a pliysioian?commenced the law, and oped success!ally at the bar with some of the nighty of the land, but a change again " came o'er he spirit of his dreams," and he ascended the putit, where he now labors. lie has been, if report e true, in his day, a deist, then a Marshallite, Freslyteriau. Baptist, und is now some other ist, the xact shade of which I do not understand. Whether ie has an idea of trying methodisni or not I cannot ay; it cannot be for want of a church. The building n which his congregation meet is certainly the argest in the city, ana has decidedly the most airy ippearance, albeit the atmosphere is not redolent >f the perfume of eau de cologne. Who is that standing to the right of Brother Deerng. one step lower aown, with his hair nicely licked down? He is a pleasant little man. Ah. 1 ee now, it is Brother Wyatt K . Under the atnpjto the right, stands a man with the'perspiration -tinning front every pore. If the moisture could inly be fancied cold, he would be a good emblem bra temperance society. Now i see who it is. brother Whittington, one of the ultra radicals of the emiier.ince reformation. The ap;iearancc frost the gallery is imposing, and Horded to the observing physiognomist and the over of beauty, a field for study and admiration, came to the conclusion that there is now no fashion nr bonnets; in the sea of that article below me discover no two alike. The prevailing custom of he ladies' dresses were pink and light blue. Before lie sermon closes, I would ask you to take notice of young gentleman sitting at the end of the pew in he extreme south corner of the building. I cannot mt notice the contrast in the appearance ofhirnelf and his next neighbor. The first is dressed in lack, with an intellectual forehead, a sparkling oetic eye, evidently a man of taste, imagination nd talent. Every impassioned flight of the speaker e seems to drink into his very soul. His neighbor j a very enzv looking chap; he looks as lliough he i- is cut out for a grocer's clerk?nothing'he speakei ays, neither does the crowd before him. seem to 1 ike anv impression on liim and I tr?. Mil in l it>i>i e does n<?t hear the speaker, and 100 to 1 hat he * now thinking of a julep. Now the sermon is over. Can the $3000 wanted J e raised. Brace voureell', Basoom; you have a i ard row to hoc. Instead of taking up collections a the usual way. tlf name of each individual was | ried out with the ninount. The whole, had the ppearunce of a game of poker. The R ev. Presi- ' ent opened the gatne by going $1(10 flat. Brothers I., (J, and others, " went" the $ 100. but did not semdisposed to go " any better:" finally a " sight" . as called for. After this n number of small games ere played. 1 go $10 savs one?I go $30says uno- ' ter, thus going the "ante," and $"20 better. There ! as no high " bragging," and in every instance, "sight" was called. The church came out win- 1 er $2.5oo. At night Brother Deering opened a game in the mall wav, and among other articles got a young nly's gold guard ch tin. Under the circumstances say, oh shame. Br. Kavanaugh preached two nd a quarter hours in the afternoon. He is the rst divine 1 ever saw preach two thirds of his ongre: . 'ion out of his house. There was two opasitioulines run on the same day. The Reformers ad their mighty Kendrick for the occasion, and te first Pr.-sbvterianChurch commenced a four days ] tecting the Friday previous. The Methodists, hoover, hud the vantage ground, and knew it. Each ' ne looked cunning, and.seomed to siy, "you can't J ome it." The whole play was on- of great interest and ex- , itement, una it will, no doubt, please all concernd to see a detailed account of it in your valuable j ntrnal. The community arc in a perfect ferment on the I abject of Mesmerism. A Mr. Johnson has been during and magnetising a dull looking boy and a eautiful, rij>e |>each looking damsel from down ast. A great many believe?soma, however, are letennined to remain sceptics. The immortal 'olonet was there every night. Judging from nt remarks, lie is a confirmed disciple. The eneral opinion is that if he was not mngnetsed into n neliel o! tlie science, he was completely mitten by the attractions of the lady. It is no iiarvel however?he always was rin/or/ in mailers 'urotur. II the si irnee is u hunihiic, it is the best ot up thing of the kind, and the deepest laid plot to ieceive ever invented by man. Professor M. says, , hen the truth of the science is demonstrated lie ill lay aside his bible anil (five no bis belief in n iod. * If be hud said that he would lmng himself mi would cai t v it into effect, there wwB not ba tany tears shed or laments sung. A grand proclamation has been issued on a manlotli sheet, inviting the world to the Clav Barhacne 11 the 9th inst. I shall send you one ol them ? 'ou will discover the immortal Colonel's name at ie bottom. You shall have a full and detailed acount of the whole nimter alter it h is "come off." : is to be a temperance concern. If the weather i fair, it is supposed there will have to he fed on mt dav, 20.000 mouths. It is to be a free barbacue, ot lip by subscription, (hie of the committee itimiied mo yesterday that there had been subscribed y the farmers 1950 wt. beef, 7 veals, 107 shoats ud hogs, l|6 lamlis and muttons, 157 bacon hams, "sides vegetables, cash. Are. Van llnren went to I on th? dayaller lie anived, and was Mr. m> gue?t until lie left on Thursday morning Ihr Indies vty Vnn \? older than thev supposed. and ery ugly It I ctn get n good rittiatton 1 will re>rt tli - ^ , ,1 nf Hurry of the We-' on the 9th i?\. 1 neglected to nvn >n n loot m show the anxiety i - ,er debt, that several Berkshire hogs and one goat v?ifl Huh vibcd?it was a cunoudand odd unnouncenent to h" made in a church?hut on nty soul 'ua rue. What can be the cattsc of the irregularity of lie arrival of the Ikraldl jAm sa. Washington. (Corrri|M>uiience of the Herald.) Washington, Monday?13 P. M. Itunlnctx In Congress?-The Tariff?-Wise * Committees. There were several memorials anil petitions prc-entcdin the Senate this morning, none ot'them of much consequence, however. The usual amount 01 routine business was transacted, and the claim of ?rilaK Deane, consumed the remainder of the time, up to the hour when the letters must be despatched, rhe Navy appropriation bill is expected to come up next. The finance committee have amended the bill as it came from the House, by striking out the proviso of Mr. McLellan, which would arrest promotions and appointments for the next five years? the amount of the.; appropriation is not materially changed. In the House several resolutions were adopted and several laid on the table. The one hour rule is re established, and hereufter no member can intlict his tcdiousness upon the House for more than an hour at a time. A resolution instructing the Judiciary Committee to report a bill refunding Gen. Jackson sfine was laid over. There was an effort made to lay it on the table, but it failed by a decisive maturity. The Apportionment bill was taken'up as it came 'rorii the Venule, and the House is now in a equal)i e upon the umendin -nts of the other body. Some of the high tariff men are coining to t icir -ernes, and will give up distribution to get n eood tariff. What may become of it cannot be lold yet. There is a vast deal of humbug here It is a singular, as well as a li ) ; Jjible fact, that there is hardly a merchant in Congress in either liou-". The practical effect of this state of things is just what might be expected?on all mercantile matters the grossest ignorance, disgraceful to the members of some of the most ini|>ortant committees, added to which, we may say, is an equally dis To illustrate this, it will be sufficient to cite a -ingle sentence of the tariff law introduced by Mr. Fillmore, Chairman of the Committee of Ways and Means. Sec. 17 provides for the appraisement of goods, and amongst other absurdities it enacts " that in all cases where the actual value to be appraised, estimated, and ascertained, as herein before stated, of any goods, wares, or merchandize imported into the United State*, and subject to an advalorem duty, or whereon the duty is regulated by or directed to be imposed or levied on the vjwtrc yard, or other /tared or t/uunt it y thereof shall exceed by ten per centum or more the invoice value; then, in addition to the duty imposed by law on the same there shall be levied and collected on the same goods, wares, or merchandize. 50 per ct of the duty imposed on the same,when lairly invoiced." It was [eft for the present Congress to impose a rperi/ic duty on certain articles and yet punish the importer for not invoicing them fairly. To show more fully the character of this provision, it will be necessary to mention the article of Imperial Gunpowder Tea which is to pay twenty cents per lb. duty. If th importer should buy it in China cheaper than what the appraiser might suppose to be the fair market price by lOper cent., then the article is subject to a duty of thirty rents per pound. The importer would naturally claim that the price which he paid for it could make no difference with an article paying specific duties, to which the appraiser would answer that the A mericun government nad no such illiberal and penurious intention as to nllow a man to ' buy tea or any other article chenmbut they liked good prices themselves, so they would compel their citizens to pay good prices to others, on tne system of home valuation, advocated by the Humbug League. The Committee of Ways and Mean3 believe in no ntch flummery as allowing people to buy things lower than their neighbors, even when they do not pay in ad valorum duty. It is a piece of impertinence for which a man must be fined fifty percent on his invoice. The tariff of the Committee of Ways and Means will read thus in the books:? On raw migar (if bought dear), Qj cents per pouuil. 1 i >u uo (u oougiu cncap), ;?j ro do On Imperial (if bought dear), 20 do do Do do (if bought cheap), 30 do do ?and fo on with the whole list of all the specific articles. _ ' This system will work well in one respect. It will save merchants the trouble of urging on their correspondents the necessity of filling their orders at low prices, us they are pow accustomed to do, and the eorre^iondent abroad, instead of being at the trouble of buying articles cheap and giving himself a great deal of trouble on that score, wijl have reason \ to boast that he has obliged the American by charging him a good round price for his cargo to prevent his being punished by tne forfeiture of his goods. It is in training such absurd and ridiculous laws as these that the American people are paying three thousand dollars per diem to the present C ongress. Jlicre was a very-brilliant party at the White Ilou.-e on' Saturday night. It was given principally in compliment to the beautiful bride, the grand-daughter of the late President Monroe, who was married to i surgeon in the army on the Thursday evening previous. A large number of distinguiphed persons , were present at the Presidential Mansion. Among them were Mrs. Madison, Mr. John Quincy Adams, Lord Ashburton, the Foreign Ministers, the Cabinet, with the exception of Messrs. Legare and Forward, I and several members of both houses of Congress. 1 You may have a full description hereafter. Philadelphia. [Correspondence of the Herald.] Philadelphia, June 13, 1842. Wires and Winegar- Taeon'Stgart?-Coming Down?Fadtionable Trial?Cheapnruall the Go. Dear Bennett:? ' Some time has elapsed since 1 dropped you a line respecting the good people in these "diggins." " The Remington Case," as it is called, will again ?e tried, and you must be prepared to hear some iwful disclosures, as I have it from good authority ihat this maid Casey intends letting a little light in upon Mr. Il's domestic arrangements?what effect J this revelation will have on Storks and State Loans it is difficult to divine?but certain it isthat young wives will hereafter select old servant maids, young ' liusbands will join church, old men and women will , leplorc the immorality of the age. and old maids i xclaint, thanks to the Lord, I'm glad 'tis no worse! ! 1 could tell a capital joke, which has ha|>pencd luring this trial, but it would give you lite hysterica, ind I am tearful some would think that 1 committed ihe same fault which drove Mr. N. P. Willis from 1 renteel society, pretty much after the style of Adam's expulsion from the Garden of Paradise. Confouml! hu Tries, these drumstick shanks > They neither have ray gratitude or thanks, They arc perfectly disgraceful?strike me dead ! t But for a head. Oh yes I I have a head ! And horns too?and? I Query?Did you ever see Mr. Remington! ? The fairer |H>rtion of our denizens are making en;uirie? about "Saratoga." It is reallyf amusing to no- ' dee how completely they have caught the economi- :al epidemic, which is so violently raging here. Re- 1 renchinent?Retrenchment--R etrenenment,rings in jur cars from sunrise to sunset. Gentlemen walk iow who used to ride?and smoke "long niaes" in- 1 stead of "Tacon Regalias " f As an instance of the change in our fashionable young Indies, I beg leave to tell you of one who < Joes not hesitate when she hears of any board- t ing house near the city, to ask what their very lowest urtce per week is. Now two short summers ago she I laughed at thousands, (of dollurs 1 mean.) ' Other ladies have no oluection to ask what the expenses are front here to New York, and thence to t Saratoga, and are very particular about Uie inci- < dentals"?(the lowering the board tosefen dollars I per week will be found to have been a wise movement.) But this freling is right, is commendable. I should I like to nsk what has made bankrupt so litany merchants T Why. the extravagance of wives, sisters or daughters? the unconqnerabl passion for dress, and stylish living. It was only for tliem to say that i Mrs. Jones had a new velvet shawl, or Mrs. Brown a new bonnet, and the toiling, sweating, thinking relative, hands them the Inrgest; but after nil, bless iheir dear sweet innoeent It-arts and faces, 'tis hard to refuse them. Mint ninnoiiKi vnutt mention. 1 nm tinder the impression onr city will t>e j?r. tty much de-erted this summer?and the villages and private country hoarding houses will lie thronged. There will not he much lioni/.ing. not many visits to the " Falls," und fewer to the Virginia Springs; whilst nurlington and Hristol will get more than their share of visiters reriminenf and transient. The ltrandvwine Springs, one of the most delightful places in this country, will, I hone, be crowded, (a person need only know the gentlemanly proprietor. Col. Ferree, to like hirn,) end pjeaeunt. Dear Bennett, this universal spirit of "coming down," will do more good to th? country, and tend more to restore "good times," than twenty sessions of Congress. Croakers will he surprised to find what can be effected by twelve mouths general retrenchment, mdone-third extra crops over the I'n.on. Let people walk who formerly role. I a. lie* drat* plain, who droaaed a la male, I Menti drink pure water who naed to drink wine. I And not wear their he?t roata unlesa the day ia I TnK Klind Ar-rtioB. | BY THE SOUTHERN MATT-,. WMblngton, [Cormt>oml'-tice of the Herald.] Washi.nuixW, Monday Evening. Piute,ilinffu in Cuns;rtu?Cuitom Home. 1 he Senate went into executive ws^ion this afternoon, immediately after ordering the Silas Deane aim to a third reading. Mr. Caldwell of New Ori l _ l j . . . _ icaiiK, tviiu nau oeen nominated us Treasurer ol the -Mint, was rejected. Mr. Gurdon Bradley of New Haven, Connecticut, was confirmed as Consul to Muyaguez, Porto Rico?Mr. Edward. Webster of Boston, to Bombay, and some other minor nominations were assented to. A personal altercation took place in the Senate, between MeRoberts of Illinois, and Mr. Smith of Connecticut. Mr. Smith charged Mr. Me Roberts with falsehood. The latter retorted with some spirit, but there is no danger of bloodshed. There will never be another fight in Congress, Recent events have shown that there is great economy of human life in the chivalry ol the present day. The House refused by a majority of seventeen, to concur in the ratio of70608,inserted in the apportionment bill by the Senate. So the bill goes back with the ratio of the House, 50,179. The next amendment of the Senate is the proviso that a fraction exceeding one half the ratio, shall entitle a State to an additional representative. This will probably be rejected?the Senate will insist, and then the matter will go to a committee of conference. It is understood that the Select Committee for investigating the Custom House matters are impressed with the necessity of visiting New York, with a view to a more gpueral and thorough scrutiny into the management of the whole concern. There is a dilficulty at the present lime, as the votes of all ure required on the tariff, and the House would be reluctant to grant the requisite authority ; but it is intimated that a select committee will be raised, with power to sit during the recess. It is said that the Surveyor's and Appraiser's departments are to be looked into?in short every thing is to be ovethaub ed, from stem to stern. Philadelphia. [Correspondence of the Herald.] 1'HiLADr.LrHU, Jtine]4, 184*1. The case of Willis H. Blancy v.-as giren to the Jury this Jay, after an eloquent charge from Judge Conrad. The whole bearing of the Judge's remarks were in favorofthe defendant's acquittal. At th? closing of this letter the Jury was still out. We hud here last night a very heavy fall of rain, accompanied with much|tkander and lightning, it is to-day quite warm but showery. As a consequence little busi ncss is doing out doors, and there has not been much doing within for some weeks past. The new Franklin Hotel, by the Messrs. Sandersons, opened on Monday, and is already fast tilling up with boarders. On Thursday next, he being an old printer, and of course presumed to be up to all the tricks of the trade, will give a complimentary entertainment to the gentlemen of the press. If he does not invite you, it will be a mare shabby trick than Sanderson was ever before suspected of. The entertainment will doubtless be a gay one, for some of our printers are lively boys la the presence of wine and other good things. Mr. Wm. Grab urn, keepcrof the Cornucopia in Second street, below South street, Southwark, formerly keeper of a hotel at Kaighn's Point, N. J., came to his death in a sudden and unexpected manner by a fall on Sunday lait, from the top of a pleasure car, in Swanson street. The car had just returned from Orcy's Ferry, and Mr. Graham in descending ,fell and struck the back of his head on the curb stone, which rendered him insensible. He remained in this state until last evening, when he died. Mr. G. had been drinkingintemperately. C. Glenn Peebles, the same who, with his wife, made some stir recently in this city and Hnrrisburg, made his escape from an officer yesterday morning, under the fallowing circumstances:?He was in confinement upon the complaint of his wife, in default of bail to keep the peace, vnd liad taken out a writ of habeas corpus for the purpose >f being relieved. While, however, on his way to Court, he gave the officer the slip and leg bail at the sume time, and has not since neon retaken. Wc understand that one cause of his having been detained, is debt. Mr. P. is the same gentleman who figured somewhat conspicuously lastsummnron Btaten Island, or rather his wife and a very respectable New Yorker did. Not much was done in stocks to-day, and prices were much the fame ai y esterday. Baltimore. [Correspondence of the Herald.] Baltimore, June 14, 1342. Ma. Editor :? Some night prowler, lince the Front itrcet Thoatre haa leen idle, entered it and plundered the wardrobe, together with the different bar*, Ice. Property wai taken altogether o the amount only of about $140. ' One of the party who committed , an assault somrtime uncc on the officer* of the " Warspite," was tried in the City Court y'eetcrday for the attack he made on tho person who interfered in defence of the officers, and found guilt v; lined $ 10 and costs, Bud to he imprisoned one month in each case. Capt-James O'Law.of the Independent Grays, had his Company out in the square yesterday atternoon drilling. His is one of the companies that contended so strongly for the prize flag at the encampment It is certainly a" sol lier-like and spirited corps, and performs military move, ments in a masterly manner. The Captain seems determined that he will contend still stronger for the next prize. The Greys and National Guards are to escort the committee who present the flag to the Lancaster Fencihles an the 4th of July. We may promise a glorious time an that occasson. The Maryland Cadets (the prize company) have some idea of paying a visit to Boston in August, taking New York in their route. Flour continues at $5,82J; wheat $1,20 a $1,34; Beei satllc sold yesterday at from $6 to $6 per 100 lbs; barrel meats without change; whisker 19 a 20 cents, corn 53 n M cents; oats 34 cents. Wheeling money is now only 7 l?er cent discount. All other Virginia banks 2} a 2jj discount. We had a heavy shower last night. RODERICK. Health of Senator Soctharp.?A letter from Fredericksburg, dated on Sunday, elates that serious ippreheneions are felt of n fatal termination of the illness from which this gentleman has been so great t suffeirr. His health had undergone some iinnrovenent since his arrival at Fredericksburg, but for the orty-eight hours preceding (he date of the letter had veeii retrograding.?.\nt. Int., Jiou-14. flO- Of the. Commissioners appointed by the States >f Massachusetts and Maine to advise with the Executive of the United States on the subject of the establishment of a Conventional Boundary between he United States and the Britjsh Territories,several, 1IIU mi, iiuvr Hrnvru in 11118 Cliy. UOVemor \ent, of Maine, and Mr. Abbott Lawrence and Mr. rolin Mills, of Massachusetts, we know are here? Wat. Int., June 1L Special 8rmloni, before Judge Noah and Aldennen Crolins and Smith. Junk 14?Samuel Allen was tried for stealing a ?ir of boots, worth 84, from Daniel J. Woolley, ind Ann Armstrong for stealing a piece of calico, eorth 83,36, from the store of Messrs Wildey & Co. They were both found guilty, and in each ea. e judgnent waa susjiended at the request of the complainints, and they were discharged. Catharine Cogati was found guilty of stealing a oat, worth 813, from Cornelius Shea, ami which 'he pledged, and the pawn ticket was found noon ler. She was sent to Blackwell's Island for sixty lavs. Samuel Watson was found guilty of assaulting a vom.ji named Rosanna MeManon, but discharged it the request of the complainant. William Mimes was found guilty of stealing a oat. worth 811 from Theodore I>ewis, and 9enl to he Penitentiary for three months. Catharine Duffy was found gnilty of stealing from he store of Lewia M. Nash, jr., a piece of ealico, vorth 82, und remanded back to prison for 20 days. Jane Hitchcock, a black woman, was found guil* y of stealing nn accordion, worth 85. 'he property >f Charles Lewis, and sent up to tne Penitentiary or 3 months. Matthew Kelly, n lad, was found guilty o< stealing ihout 85, from the money drawer of Theodore viedcrer, and sent to the House of Refuge; r. S. Circuit Court. The Special nrsniment tcnn is postjioned to the let )f duly. Conrt CnlendssswTill* D*y. Sitf.ho* Cornr.?Nos. 100. 101, 106, 119, 131, 173, 136, 17, 130. Itniikrnpt*. SOUTHERN DISTRICT OV NEW YORK. James Riley, now ol N. Y. (formerly of the firm of Riley kKinnrv, saddlers, P,o?ton), July 14, William II. Carman, merrlianl, N. Y., " Frnnei* T. Smith, " " ? Kli Jennings, N. Y., ?? Benjamin H. Tripp, physician. N. Y., " Oliver Davis, po?mast?r, Newbttrjrh, (as one of the firm of Onkli,v St Davis, merchants, Newborn), ? James Tie lair, jr., (late firm Titkin, Dorr St Tiedale), N. Y., Aug.S. James Dornir.lck, carjienter, N. Y., July 14. Samuel Bowman, (late of tlie firm L. II. Wail k Co.), N. Y., Be ahel llowe, dentist, (firm Howe St Onion), N. Y? Ilimm 11 irri-, clerk, N. Y., " ID 1 r it Btssin pttr.?'The motion for final discharge nd certificate will he hearil on the next Thursday after ic petition therefor is filed. If si* days intervene?if not, i the Thursday snreeeding A rnlp*ri.lar of esses wilt he i.'e out Ond celled in open court, and the hankrnpt peti ? win ?<-< ii.11 iin* r h i hi aiii'i n rrpini .m !nl 1>i foro the ilaj for the motion. I "TJirrmarviasrrv 7*f l * " ill. El>IT()li : ? It retiree l>ut little apology Jo.. write to a gentle, nan. Hearing him that v/hat he haa copied from [timorous newspapers relative to the Coi'ni?*Fs of .Vi otmoreland is extren.ely crronious. She was not the daughter of Mr. Child, tho celo'irated banker, but w as the proceeding wiie lac sister of Viscountess Melville, llerfuther w as tt one time a Surgeon in Penreth, in Cumberland, :n England, and through an auctioning business got promoted by the interest of the southern farmers into the army, and came to this country (America.) Here he married a lady of considerable j fortune, whose name was Saunders, und as her for| tune was entailed to her name?(and his name being lluok) he took the name of Dr. Huck Saunders. These two girls were afterwards born on his return to England, at a corner bouse in Spring Gardens, comer of Saint James Park, London, where their mother died. The Doctor hud a son who never assumed nny name but Dr. Hnck, and was liberally provided for in the Church. There happened to be a misunderstanding between the young Countess and the old Earl of Westmoreland, which induced her to leave lor Italv, where she remained m-'ny years; she afterwards returned to London, from thence to America. I can only observe, let her reside where she will, she is a truly amiable woman. Mr. Editoryon may consider this as coining from one of the family, inasmuch as Dr. Huck Saunders was a cousin of mine. Nemo in Coonito. The BANimn'T Law.?Creditors are informed that to prove their debt, and not offer opposition to the discharge of the bankrupt, through their attorney, is in fact assenting to the discharge of the bankrupt Therefore, if a person does not wish to nid a bankrupt, lie should not prove his debt, unless he intends to oppose. To oppose a bankrupt, call a meeting of his credi tors before his final heuring?have them prove their debts, and unite on some skilful attorney to impose, and signify your desires in writing, which is filed in court by your attorney. A majority of creditors who have proved their debts, both in number and amount, is essential to prevent the discharge of the bankrupt; opposing a small debt is of almost as much importance as a large one. Justice. Coi.d Weather.?'The recent cold weather,which has so materially injured vegetation in the interior, caused ice to form in the streets of Buffalo, and snow to fall in Boston, has been produced by the appearance of numerous ice bergs off our coast.? Seventeen of these islands, all of the largest size, were passed by the Sw. brig Gotha, in latitude 42J, longitude 41. NtiiLo's ?The vaudevilles commence this evening, and in them appear many of our old favorites. The talented Miss Ayres, and pretty Miss Singleton are engaged ; so is Charles Howard, a| comedian of sterling merit. The Gardens last night were well attended, spite of the weather. To-morrow night the Ravels. Chatham Theatre ?The bill for to-night presents a rare treat. Mr. Rice, the bonafdt Jim Crow, appears in Ginger Blue, with a variety of new entertainments. Go early to secure seats. , ?????????? A New Bong. Air?" Rons the Bow." If ever coaiuroption assail you, The Doctors may say what they please, All physic will certainly fail you, Excepting the Candy of Pease. If asthma should come nigh to choke you, Or your lungs be impaired by disease, Don't let Job's afflictions provoke you, But swallow the Candy of Pease. If the least breath of air makes you (hirer, As with the cold ague you freeze. You may fearlessly plunge in the river, Amu rod of salvation by Pease. In winter the delicate dandy, Unshrinking may buffet the breeze, If he swallows the sweet Horehound Candy, Sold wholesale and retail by Pease. The ladies, in every weather, May gad just as much as they please, If they only take care their lung leather, Is tanned by the Candy of Pease. This Candy, whatever is in it, Cures every consumptive disease ; The devil must surely be in it. If twill not surrender to Pease. * foy- LET PREJUDICE GIVE WAY TO THE POWER OF EVIDENCE.?If a Medicine is advertised, a great many at once condemn it as a Quack Medicine. This hould not be ; as every reasonable man can at onco see, that no medicine however good it is, could ever be brought before the public in any other way than through the medium of the public ' press. And we flatter ourselves that the genuine Doctor Tavtor's Balsam of Liverwort, from 375 Bowery, which, for nine years, has withstood every device which the avaricious and bad could invent, and" with the most triumnhant success, for all diseases of the chest, lungs, nod liver, is unrivallcAJbr curing all of these complaints in a short time. Let all who are so troubled call immediately at the oflice 375 Bowery, or of the authorised agents, and see there still more positive proof of the good which this vegetable medicine has done. We trust that no one will let prejudice keep them from examining into the facts. It cannot be denied, that there are a great many worthless things advertised ; but tha gretit thing is to distinguish the good frsm the bad. And we think that when a medicine has been before the public nine years, and at that time have Ha sale still increasing, that it must he a good medicine. The proprietor has snch great confidence in its \ irtues, that it shall be made to come within the reach of all. The only place in this city to obtain it genuine, is at 375 Bowery ; in Brooklyn only at 139 Fulton st.; Dr. Loweree Newark ; H. Rawls A. Co., Albany ; 8. Powell A Co.,Boston ; E. W. jBnll, Hartford ; D. Mitchell, New Haven ; Oliver A Co., New Orleans. ''Thick asthcLcnvea of Vnllarabrosa," CQh THE PRF.89 TEEMS WITH NEW NOVELS of the day, at a price which is truly astonishing. To-day will be pvblichud a capital one, entitled "Charles Blackford," by Profressor Ingrmham, on the cheap cash system, issued hy Redding. Boston; Zieber, Philadelphia, and J. A. Tuttlej 97 Ann street, New York. Of the literary me tits of this work, we have no doubt in hazarding the opinioifthat it is fully equal to the former efforts of Ingraham, one of the most prolific story writers ofthedav. From a hasty glance at the work, we recommend it as highly entertaining and amusing, and as it is -old for less than a shilling, all the world and his mother will buy a copy. Boys attend early, as it will go off with a perfect rush, only a limited number having been print. i cd. Newsmen supplied on reasonable terms. Unparalleled Success! 1 (Jj- JAMES'S NEW NOVEL?1"MORLEY ERNSTEIN."?This day is published a' the New World ofllre the third Edition of {10.0(10 copies of "Morley Ernstein,'' the most popular of Mr. James's works, which is selling with unexampled rapidity. Booksellers and Agents supplied at $ 19 per hundred. Six copies for one dollar. Single copies 181 cents. Office 30 Ann street. Copies also of ZANONI, and THE JACQUERIE, et 19J cents each. ftfim A nniar on/1 Dnnnlfir wnrk Id ill urnflfl. U'hicli will ho issued early next week. Notice will be Riven in future advertisements of the day of publication, also in the New World of next Saturday. Oty- THE EXTRAORDINARY AND WONDERFUL attractions put forth at the American Museum this week are the talk of the whole town. How such a host of novcltics are afforded for 25 eenta puzzle* u?. A splendid day performance take* plnce this nfternoon. Signor Blitz, the Industrious Fleas, the Steamtxiat in full operation, the Gipsy Olrl, the Garden, Baloon Ascension, Niagara Falls, Albino Lady, Glass Blow mg, Grand Cosmorama, songs, duets, dances. Animal Magnetism, and 600.000Curiosities. Who ever heard of such a two shillings worth before? It is no wondar the place is crowded day and night. (Hp- AIGLORIOU8 PRIVILEGE OFFERED THF. citizens ol N*w York. The day has nrrived when our citizens can expel worm*, stop'diarrhou, cure costiveneaa, heartburn, fevers, headache. Sic., and at tha same time consider it a luxury. Dr. Fleming's medicated candie* will perform all the a!>ove cures. They are purely vegetable, and are sold for the trifling sum of one snilllug a stick. His ditirrhmn candy is a speedy cure for all bowel complaint*, mild in its operation and agreeable to the taste. Hi* worm candy will inn short time relieve the most obstinate case of worms, both in children and adults. His .aihartic candy is most useful in all cases where phi ?ic Is necessary. His dinner or tonic candv will most effectually relieyr from co?tivenr?s. fullness, or distress after eating, heartburn, Ac. Forsnle at the office IAS Nassau street?also, at 14(4 Bowery, 3A Eighth aro nie, 79 Fulton street, 273 Broadway, 10A Thompson at., 18HJ Bowery, and 76 Fulton strset, Brooklyn. N. B.?Dr. Cooper's infallible corn aalve, for sale at ISA Nassau street. ruj~ SHERMAN'S FEVER AND AOl'F, LOZEN*. OF.s, like his famous cough, worm and headache ones, arc destined to take the place of all other medicines. Tho rhills are not liable to return when cored bv them, as is often the rarc with other means. It is estimated that over a million of boxes will be sold within the next year?who will shako when thev con be so easily cured? Dr. Slier, man's office is nt 1 (hiNassau street, one door above Ann. He is also establishing a general depot at St. Louis for the western country. ?? CHATHAM THEATRE?The engagement of drTllire at this theatre, will prove alike profitable to him.elf and the manager, and gratifying to his patrons. He >p|iearsto night as (linger Blue,in his popular farce of the Llummv V.1^1, nil), !.? creating melo drama denominated the Magpie and the '.laid, and the lint aneceaafiil drama of the F.yeof Death. \ftv York Poit Offlre, Jon* 0, 1141. C7- ALBANY EVENING MAIL ?An additional mail ' ill he t.-r,t to Albany on and after the 1th iralnnt, erei v ty l.y tho 7 o'clock P M | otters nan he e o'iif.t at this oflire until half-itttM II P, M. j'7 iwr JOHN LORIMER GRAHAM, P M

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