Newspaper of The New York Herald, June 23, 1842, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated June 23, 1842 Page 1
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THJ Vol. VIII.?No. 171.?Wholi No. 3044. REGULAR PACKETS^ NEW LINK OF UVFRPOOL PACKET* T1 " ailfrota New York on the Uith mid Liverpool on the lJlh of each month. Ncw'TfcaT 8h4p SHERIDAN, Captain F. A. Depeyirer, 25th MarShip OAHrUCK, Captain Wm. Bknloy, tJth June. Ship ROSCIUS, Captain Jwliu Colliiu, iilh July. Snip SIDDONS. CaiMain E. B. Cobb, zhtb AmtuA KaoM I.MVKe iOL. Ship SIDDONS, Captain E. B. Col.b, 1Kb June. Ship SHERIDAN, Captain F. A. Deiw/atrr, 13th Jul/. Ship OAUR1CK, Captain Win. Ski.i.Iy, ISth AuaTul. Ship ROSCIUS, C vptain John Colluw, 13th September. 1 llesr snip. Art ail oi uie nn?i in the city of New York, with men imi>roveiiieuti as com blur mat speed with unusual comfort for jiioriyiin. Every cure >1*1 Iweu taken in the arrangement of their accommodations. The price of passage hence i* $100, for which tntodc stores will be |>rovideil. Theie *hi|>* are commanded by experienced muter*, who will make every exertion to give general satislaction Neither the captain* or owner* of the ?hi|i* will be resp.naihie for any letter*, pared* or tmcltage* ?cut by them, uuleia regular b '.la of lading are signed tlierefor. "Hie! ,ii|?? of this line will lierealh-r go armed, and their peculiar couitruction give* uiem security not poeseued by any other but vessel* of war, ? or freight oi passage, apply m E. K. COLLI~NSs k CO., .Vi South *t., New York, or to WM. k JAS. BllOWN k CO., Liverpool. Letter* by the packet* will be c! trged It!1* cents per single aheet; 10 ccul* per ounce, and newspaper* 1 cent each. in7 NEW YORK AND HAVRE PACKETS. (SECOND LINE.) dily l|f& The ihi|? of till* hai^Jn hereafterleuve New^oil^u the 1st ami Havre on the 16th of each month, as follows : From Nrw York. From Havre. The new ship ONEIDA, k 1st March k Pith April Captain < 1st July < loth August James Kiiuck, f 1st Novembert 16th Deceinbur Ship BALTIMORE, I 1st April k Pith May Captain < 1st August a 16th September Edward Kunck, f 1st Deccem'rt lbtli January ShipUTICA, k 1st May k 16th June Captain < 1st SeiUemb'r< 16th October! Frederick Hewitt, ( 1st Jauu.iry t Pith Kehruary New shipST.NICOLAS, k 1st June k 16th July Captain < 1st October < 16?h November. J. B. Pell, _ ( 1st February t 16tn March The accommodations of these shi|i* are not surpaned, combining all that may be repaired for comfort. The price of cabin passage is $100. Passengers will be vupplied with every requisite. with the evceptiou of wines and liquors. Goods intended/or these vessels will be forwarded by the subscriber*, free Iron any oilier than the ex|>en*t? actually incurred on them. For freight or passage, apply to BOYD St fflNCKEN, Agents, at Tontine Buildings. FOR NEW ORLEANS. LOUISIANA AND NEW YORK LINE OF PACKETS. tfe Jfy M m. M For tlie better aecoinuiodation of slupi>er% it is intemled to despatch a ship from this port on the 1st, 5th, nuh, 15th. 20'h, and 25th ol each mouth, commencing the 10th October ana continuing until May, when regular days will be appointed for the remainder of the year, whereby great delays and disappointments will to prevented during the \ntnmer months. The following ships will commence this arrangement : Ship YAZOO, Captain Cornell. Ship OCONEE, Captain Jackson. Shiji MISSISSIPPI. Captain Milliard. Ship LOUIS VILLE.Captain Hunt. Ship SHAKSPEAKE, Captain Miner. Ship GASTON, Captain Latham. 8htp HUNTSViLI.fc, Captain Mnmford. Ship OCMULOEE, Captain L?aviu. Ship NASHVILLE, Captain Dickinson. Ship MEMPHIS. Cnidaiii Knight. Ship LOUISA, Captain Mutlbrd. These ship* were all built in the city of New York, eipreaa>for packets, are of light draft of water, hate seceutlv been a wlyctgiperedand put in splendid ortier,%yith accommodations lor passengers miegiatlled for comfort. They are commanded by experienced masters, who will make every exertisu to give general satisfaction. They will at all times be towed up and down the Misaissippi by steamboats. Neither the owners or ca|>taiti* of these shi|w will be responsible (orjewelry, bullion, precious stones, silver or plated ware, or for any letters, parcel or package, sent by or put on heart! ol them, unless regular bills ofladiug are taken for the same, and the value thereon expressed. For IVeight or passage, apply E. K. COLLINS St CO., 5C South st., or HULLIN & WOODRUFF, Agent in New Orleans, who will promptly forward all gnoila to their address. The shijis of this line are warranted to sail punctually as advertised, and great care will he taken to hare the goods correctly measured. mi STEAM NATIoi^nfW^^WEEN ANTWERP AND NEW YORK, Wi?SOU TIM M lJ TOS. BELGIAN STEAMER BRITISH QUEEN. M. M. Krisr, CoMsiA!st>K.i<. The days of dtpartura of this wtdl-kuuwn Steamship, have byeu fixed as follows : From Antwerp. From Southampton, From Naw York, On 4th Msv. 1812. On Tilt May, 1812, On 7th June, 1842 inn. 10th JuIv. " 7th Am?.. " 7th Bel*. " liVh Sept. " 7th Oct., " Price of passage, meals not included, t? Southampton or Antwerp, S70?Steward's firs, $2 62't. The meals will lie wrtnl usi board, on the plan of s hotel, in tin best manner, and st hied aud moderate puce., being only "hsreed wlien partaking ol the same. Tne pr ee of passage to either of the shore ports can also be engaged if preferred, with meals and steward's fees included for $87 tiX cents, exclusive of wines. An experienced Surgeon accompanies the ship.' For freight or passage, or say further inform man, apply to H.W. T. *t H. MALI. Agents, a22 6m*r 41 Beav?r street. lMcORTA N T TO WESWITN"?KRCI1A NTS RELIANCE PORTABLE IRON BOAT LINE For the Transportation of Goods between Philadelphia and Pitts bury. This improvement in transportation affords to Western Merchants peculiar advantages. rhe jfooils being carefully parked in the lioata at our warehouse. No. 3GA Market street, are carried over the Columbia aud Portage Railways without true shipment. Careful captains and crews are employed, who take eharire of tlie goods at Philadelphia, and continue with them (he entire route, thus avoiding delaya and the liability of lota being separated on the way. S. B.?Passengers forwarded to Pittsburg and Pottsville, every day, Sundays excepted. H. STORKS, Agent, a!2 7m* 7 Washington street. FRK1UUT AMD PASSAUK TO PITTSUURO, iitiTirri rr jDnU BiMonWrLiTygr The proprietors of Bingham's Tisnsnovtation Line to Pittsburg, give notice to the Merchants of New York, sod aJi other persons shipping to the West, that their line is now In active oih ran or Goods consigned to them (or sent to go in their llUc.i will be lorwarded with despatch. Owners or shipjars of goods, destined for the Western States, who have no agent or consignee, at Pittsburg, will please consign their goods to William Dingiisin, Pittsburg, who will atieud to snipping all such consignments without delay. All goods should be marked distiuctly on racn package BINGHAM'S LINE. For ales of freight, which are as low as any other line, apply WM. TYSON, Agent. No. t West street, opposite Pier No. 2, N. R. N. B. Passengers forwarded to Pittsburg and Pottsvillc,everyday, Sundays eereptrd. Refer to R. Crooks, American Fur Co.; 9. T. Niroll, Front street ; Plivlps, Dodge St Co., Fulton street ; Siijdatr gage It Co ; Wm. Rankin, Duryre & Co, Newark. nit; 3m ST AT EN" ISLAND FERRY. Foot of Wliitehall street. The steamers 8TATEN ISLANDER and SAMSON will run as lollowa, unui lurtlier notice :? Leave Stitrn lilaml Leave NewYirk. At 7X o'clock a. m. At I o'clock a. m. " ? " " " 9 M |# .. ? .. W .. M .. Jj .. .. .. ,, .. M " IX " t. m. " 3 " r. m. " j " v.s* ** 1 ; ' ? " " " 6 " AU goods snipped arc rrquired to be particularly marked, and arc at the riak of the owurra thereof. jc3 c 0m OPPOSITION LIME FOR ALBANY flaUltjxaJ* AND NEW YORE?La Del in* at the foot of SLbwJMLaJE-IItmmoAil >traat, Ncwbur*h,, Kingston I'- nit, CVskill and lludcoii?Passage 30 ccuta, b< rtlia 50 centi ?The iiilendid a tea trier WASHINGTON, Captain J. M. Brown, will irate the pier at the foot of Robimon atrect for Albany etery Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 5 o'clock, P. M. Leave Albany, foot o( Lydue atroet, for New York, every Tneaday, Thursday and Saturday, at 5 o'clock, P. M. For iwasage or freight apply on board, or to D. II. Martin, 182 Wall atrect. Freight taken on the moat reraonable terma. Te Let?A Ateainlmat bertliat Warren atrcet pier, NR. Airply o,, board Wat ' ington, Robinaon at. |r9 lm*rc EVENING One"KOK ALBANY DllfECt, .At en o'clock. P. aM., from ll?c ?tramU>at Couulnndr and Liberty strecu. y ? *-.,Thr team boat ROCHESTER, Capt. A. P. St. John, l?avia Monday, VI edneaday, and Friday afternoon*, at aeaen o'clock. P. M. The steamboat SOUTH AMERICA^c.apt. L. W. Brainard. leaves the aboae pier carry Tacaday, Thuraday and Saturday afternoon, at seven o'rloek. The above bnata arc new and substantial are fWniihed with elegant atate muni, and in every reapcctarcu nsurpaaaed among the Hudson Kivrr steamers. For passage or freight, apply on board, or to P. C. 8CHULTZ. At the office oh the whart, or on lioaril. Passengers taking this lite of boau, will at all tunra arrive at Albany in time for thes first train of ears for the east anil wast. _ ietlr ifS- rfSy PAS!Li^JE^RO^H^N(TPAND,, IRELAND, SCOTLAND AND WALES. ntnuOMIl il#>kirrtn? nf tn.tbini piikurpmrutJ fftf fripnili to F emigrate from the Old Country to the l.'nited Sub. , mil who mav wlili to tecnrr for thorn detpateh and enmfortable ?ceontiwod*tioii?. will foul it their intereat to "Only to the lib rnUn, who ere at all timet prepared to make tnch irruii^femrrtta aa will gnirigtee atiafaction. The eetaela e.?mi>oa rt; thia line are all of t'-rliral clut, one of which learet Lio r|i.h, weekly, rootei|u> litly all delay at the |>ort of embarkation n roidcil. At h.u alw iy? been cuttnmarv with thia line, when thoae t -itleil for deelinr coming out, the pattage money it refunded, without any deduction. I'aataitr |>er iteamer from the ran out porta of Ireland and Scotland, can likewiae be recured For further particular*apply to . HAMUKL THOMPSON. Old Ktlablwhed I'aatave Other, 173 I'uarl at., Or to C. GRIM SHAW it CO. 10 Oorea Piatxat, l.i?< tiexd. Kichange or drafU at tight, ana for any amount, can likewiae be liiruiahed on the National Hank of Ireland. Northern Banking lyo.t National ?an? ol Fwoiiuihi, myuoie at an ineir retiwetire brajtehet: alto, on H. C. ftlyn k Co., Banker!, 1 aillu and C Oomakaw ft Co., Lntrpool m3 lm*c E NE" NE1 "RAILROXDS&^T?AM BOATS. pomerns'^rrot's albanv, bukkalo and chicago express. l liesubscribers are now ntutiiug a regular hiprt-ii ?\tr the Railroads to and from Alhan ? rviici Uillalo, an! the intermediate place*, for FORWARDING, at low rates, with the utmost aperd, regularity and sah-tv, choice Htun 1*. specie. Rank Notes, IinjMirt mt Pa jar, and Valuable Packages?\ViII attend to the negotiation, transfer, collection or payment of Bill* ol Exchange, Notes, Drains, Acceptances, Accounts, See., st reasonable |>er ceotagc?execute orders for the purchase or sale el Merchandise, I .educe and Manufactured Articles of every description, personally, in the iovik on their route, through Messrs. IIAKXD&N 4c C.O'S EXPRESS to New York and Boston.and ;*ie**n. iia? lm ? uu. o r^aruraa to and from Buffalo to Cleveland, Detroit and Clue igo and int.Tin. iHtft pUMi >?t-Hrttins it iw the most din 11 -i" - ay and perfect communication to and from the eastern and western cities, for the negotiation and transaction of all mercantile and professional business, remittances, exchanges, lie. References?Krastus Coming, Thomas W. Olcott, Watts Sherman, A. D. Patchin, Noah Lve, James Taylor, Theodore Olcott, All?an\. Agenptes?Bennett, Backus k Hawley Utica : T. A. Smith, Syracuse ; A. G. Smith, Auburn; J. harjro, Geneva ; J. G. Shepherd. Canandaigua; David Hoyt, Rochester; John McKeimter, Lockport; J. A. Clark, Batavia ; Thomas Blossom, Buffalo. POMEROY It CO*, No. 5 Exchange Building*. Atbauy. all 3 Wall street, New York. ~T'AKE AND FltElGHT KEUUCEU. BOSTON, vil STO.VINGTON AND NEWPORT, cotnpoiril i>l' ill. following sup.rior Mrinwri, nnming in coimec> tiou with tli. SloninKton ami PrnviJ.iict-, and Bo.tou nod Protiilelic. Railroads? MASSACHUSETTS, Captain Coinitock. RHODE ISLAND. CanUiu Tliayrr. NAURAGANSEtfT, C.ii*ain WooUey. MOHEGAN. Captain Vanderhitt. One of which will leave New York daily, (Sundays excepted) from Pier No. 1, North River, Battery Place, at live o'clock, P. M. AnRANnr.MK.NT. The NARIt AOANSET. on Monday, fi>r Stonington, and Thursday, for Stonington, Newport and I'rovid^pe. The MASSACHUSETTS, on Tuesday/^ Stonington, Newport and Providence, and rriday for Stm^Mtton. > The RHODE ISLAND, on Wednesday, lor .Ntouington, and Saturday, for Stonington, Ne wyruf, and rrovideuct. Pass*-near* oil the of tTie steiiiners at Stonimrton. may rake the Railroad Cam and proceed immediately to Provi deuce and Boston. Freight uken at tlie following murli reduced rates :? To Boston, on goods Weighing forty |>outids or upwards to the cubic loot, at Sj JO per ton, and on measurement goods 7 cents i?er foot. To Providence, on measnrcmeiit goods 5 cents per cubic foot, and specific articles as per larif to be obtained at office 22 Broadway. mil 8 m r OPPOSITION LINE KOK ALLANV. KAllE REDUCED ! ! Pnsaase 5(1 rents?Bert hit 50 cents. FREIGHT TAKEN AT REDUCED PRICES. jfjl The commodioiu Steamboat WASHING>R, .r^'TON, Captain J. M. Brown, I wiving made **t WP-- ? change her days of leaving New York, w ill hereafter leave the foot of Robinson street, New York, every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday afternoon, at 5 o'clock, aad Albany, every Tuesday, Thursday, and 8a turds-/ aflernoon, at J o'clock, landing on tier passage each way at the loot of Hsnumiud street, Newburgh, Pouglikeepsie, Kingston Point, Cattsbill and Hudson. For freight orjiossaire, apply to the Captain on board, t>r to D. RANDOLPH MARTi.N. No. 183 street. m?c M /*A THE RAINBOW MORNING LINE for Cr,?_ml*ALBANY. The low inraaure Steamboat 12**bKL38?.RAINBOW, will lruve the foot of Hohinsou itreef, every Tuesday, Thursday mid Saturday, at 7 o'clock. _ l_m*r TAILORING. OF THE UTMOST IMPORTANCE TO purchasers ?f Marshall's Troy Shirts, Bosoms and Collars. In consequence of the many mistakes having been made of late by strangers and others, in finding our only Troy Shirt De|>or, w? are thereto c obliged to mad; imbiir the rinse for the benefit of all in pursuit of our highly reputed Troy Shirts, Bosoms and Collars. It is this. A store lias lately had painted on their window, and about their premises, a sign purporting to be "Troy Shirt Depot." Now we iuloiin all, lliey do not keep our Troy Shirts, Bosoms and Collars, and as a guard against mistakes that may occur in future, on account of this new sign at the corner store, therefore, we slull circulate extensively the follow ing card, and for the benefit of dealers in on r goods This is to inform dealers and others tliit Marshall's only Troy Shirt Dejiot in the city is buut sixteen doors from the corner of Pearl and Chatham streets, on the right hull side in paaailu' to the City Hall?No. 00 Chatham street. This is our only Troy Shirt De|iot for the receiving of our highly repur d ' Troy Shirts, Bosoms ami Collars in the city. We shall cause this to be extensively circulated, in consequence of many mistakes lias ing Iweu tnadc of late. Bs particular to sec the name. MARSHALL'S, on the window gins; also the following? MARSHALL'S ONLY TROY SHIRT DEPOT.!? Chatham street. No patronage a>ked of those who beat down. New York, .luile 3, 1H42. jei lin'e REMOVAL. PHILLIPS' CASH TAILORING ESTABLISH ME NT, Is rctnovid froin ! IS Broadway to No. 7 Astor House. ECONOMY IN GENTLEMEN'S DRESS. Garments of a moat IIInfant and Kft*hiotnLlc kind n a savin* of 60 jxr cent for cash. THE adrertiwr dreflli it uDMceuary tu resort t ? fiie hack1 neyrd system of *miur a of iiotnina! j>n.vs, preajmin* that, the length of time he hi* been establiiM, ti?eihcr wim rient voucher for lys capabilities. !\mcs-inif tin- advan*a~e of being cnunccifd with aneatensivr cloth(.HUbfuhm> iit in Eur?|?c he confidently asset* that he can furuuli clothes which, on comparison, will ne found lower thou any other hou.e Hukiiu up the bent descriptions ofcentlemen'i dress. inylHiu S. PHILLIPS, 7 Astor Tlouw, Broadway MARTIN'S ('anil Tailoring F.Mtnlill.Iiimii t, Is ItrmnvrH to 151 H'illiam sh eet, comer of . Inn street 'PHE subscriber, in announcing th? above to hi* friend* and A the public ill central, Mkrs l?ive to return thanks for the liberal pntroDsge bsstoweil on him at his farmer place of business, and assures them that arerv article ordered ol him shall, as heretofore, be Ci-t, made, and trimmed in the neatest ant! most stylish inanne. The materials, the newest nnd best in the market, anil at r |<nsitivr savins of 30 j*r cent. Stranitrrs are requested to cat md eiamine. (fenlleinen who i ,-efer purchasing their own cloth, tie.., can have thein made and trimmed in the style that has given such general satisfaction during the last four years. Every gtrment warraul 'd to fit, and made by the best workmen at the following prices, it.:? Dress ('ojla $7 00 to $.7 50 Ktock'Joats 8 fid to 9 50 Tants and Vests 1 75 to 2 00 Over Coats 9 00 to II 00 IT/*" No garments ready made?all made to order, and a suit furnished, if necessary, iu 21 hours. miS Inic MICHAEL E. MARTIN SHIRTS. SHIRTS made to order, after the most approved French fuliions. (iriitlcmru'* (iariueuu of all descriptions made ;o order at r !. abort eat lb tiee. Gentlemen'* Furnishing Store 67 and 69 Maiden lane, corner of William street, mttlm'r WILLIAM COLLINS. SHIRTS. TTNITED STATES SHIRT MANUFACTORY,77 Wily li.un street, corner of Liberty, N. Y Notice i?* hereby given to Merch ints and trailers in leornl, that the proprietor! of the above establishment have adopted a new method of manufacturing which enables them to sell their shirts at a cheaper rate than any other house in this tit v. This statement will be Aiftnnrd by the list of prices as follows:? Ter Do*. Fine Meslin Shirts, wi;h Linen D'?*onn and Collars,* $7,ttl Do stitched in the Bosmn and Collar 9,00 Do Colored jiaterus, large siiei 7,00 Also, a Urge quantity of Bosoms and Collars constantly on hand, whit w ill bt olfen d cheap fo :ash. ntt ln*r SUMMER STOCKS, SCARFS, CRAVATS, AND GLOVES, JUST RE( EIVED, ? rich an ply ofths ibova urtielee, ettt* sisting of a vary 11^lit and elastic stock, eipressly for the summer mouths. Also? Skirl's and Cravats, in great variety Qlorrs?at the old establishment 24! Broadway, between Park Place and Murray ?tr--t PAR9ELL8, Agent for J. AGATE, N. D. Comlintl) oa hand au ejieusite assortment nf Ltnen and Muslin Sliirts, Linen Dim Fronts, Linen Collars. Under tia/in' tiu. Ut .Jkt m:iI Im ni REMOV A L?UNIT ElI) HTATE8 CHEAP CASH TAT, LORINO EMPORIUM h?i re inured from tie cor ner of Nassau and Derkinan streets, lo I S3 Broadway, room No. I, up stairs. J. B11U91I would wiali to inform hi* friends and the public at large that lie liaa taken the abore room in Broadway, in cou sentience of the high renta of atorea, and by mincing hia ri nonies, will be enabled lo compete with any establishment, tutth aa refarda ?|iiality and price, For instance. he will furmail a be.iuiiful coat from $12 to $U,and splendid pants from $1 to |r>. S. B.?All garments made at this establishment are done whth neatness and despatch and warranted to fit. Please call judge for tnnraelrea. m21 tmeod l.'1'.EN' ll DYKING M.FIM IES?<I. W. II onham, Til t Maiden lane, N. Y.; J. II. Rred. IIJ En lion at. Brooklyn.? A lluason, New it ?en. Dyer.?1Tne public are respectfully ' I i wed that the above e .tsnlishment has been in successful 1 o;>oi' A for many years, ami full confidence can lie placed in them ' wtniiris of finiah and punctuality in returning goeds.? 1 Mcrclia % ?fd the public generally will find it to their adaate W? "i? m tini ileal. > I l"' 1 <\f\n PICKLES, in package* to suit customers? 1,ZUU,VJUU Assorted I'uklea, f at.up. Sauces. Pra , serves, and English Mustard, of i aii|>erior ijii-.lity and low Ptice: Cider and White Vinegar, by the gallon or barrel; Sour kront by the barrel or keg; Preserved Meats. 9. lips. Oyatera, Fowls, Milk, kc., w irrinted to keep any length of tim.-, and in any climate, ea-'rllent for ship stores, as they afiord a great luxury at a reasonable priv*- ; Ground Coffee, warranted pure ; Walnut, Muaiiroora and Tomato Catsup, by the gallon or doaen. i N. B.?Large sisa Pickles for gtofers, by , W^LLS fc MILLER, < ? "BeUuJt Wart Itou.v t for Ptrkr|?, I mTI ft* Waf?-' fit! 11 Kront ?*?? *> t S^ vvWINDOW N H AI) E *11 V \ NINO TON k CO, 2WJ Broadway, near lie nle at, Olaaa J All'l tlrror.llVy Passat f..n t. .. I a r ?, resprrtiiuiy ?fin:u# lanuiir* m. dolhir?, fitting up their dwellings, to impect their fttneft, ( which for i:yh* wutiou of work i? not to be tnrpM* d, , and .it prices to f*il the time*. W.*?habte window nliad**t fr?>m . one (toiler lo thr rtchr?l ?tyle?. equally cheep ill proportion. Architect* Mid othen oliiu*hed with deign* for it nurd gl.t*? for church window!, dwelTlnr*, he. on the shortest notice, end order* eiecuted Willi economy ?n?l deapmeh. WANTED?Au ?:t?t, owd lu decorative punting; eleo en ?p|?reiiticr. ^ _ toy to Imr i BVNKItl I'ifV-SAill EI. OWEN. Couiuellor eil.ew hue re looted U> 87 .N'eeetn *trerl, the corner of John, ' where he iney be Cnuaullcd on ell mitten in Bankruptcy, m ? I mend "re SPSfi? ^^5ftffe5WK ? uwer * W YO W YORK, THURSDAY M WATERING PLACEST&C. SHARON SPRINGS. THE PA VILLION.?Thia new commodious Hotel will W A opeu for tli* rcce ution of visitors oil and after ihu lisst of Juuc next. at the Village of Sharon Splines, Schoharie County, N. w Yors The clear pur* water of the spriiura,. crreafl'/ reaembliof those of the white sulphur spiinci of V irginia, have been proved to be highly eilir u-ious in Rheumatic, (.'ut*in?*oin, Dili* uuis ami Dy>i?epi?i' complaint-; ami i ? th? cure of Ki iw, Sail rheum, Scrofula^ lover C mplaiiit, ami general debility, ami ill Many uther | towns (as certifier! by some of the moat e mine lit metlitm prolessora in the United State*) inedi final iu| Iwaliii;; proj Hies unsuiiWLiicti, iml believed to l)e Uiic quail* d by any in (his country. Added to these, the ridex in the vicinity, numerous villages, extensive views, neighboring caves ami romantic scenery are anionic the* many attractions offered to these seeking iu the heat of summer.either health or pleasure. These springs .?rr but a lew hours ride frm.i Saratoga, Troy, Albany, Ate., anil are accessable from Canajoharie on tlit Albany ami uuca railmad, when carriages daily await the arrival of the mcmim; cars from Schenectady mid Ulica. to carry visitors to the Springs, a distance of about eight index, arriving in time for dinner; also by the Albany and Cherry Valley turnpike by daily stages, being about forty-five miles west of the citv of Albany. Warm, cohl and shower Baths furnished at all times, either of th <mineral or fieah water, mid every alteutiou given to render the stay of vuiuin agreeable. An abundance of the pun *t inouutaiu sirring Ice is stored for the season. UOUT. HAMILTON. THE STRINGS HOTEL This Hotel will be opened at 'I i i, for tl reception ot nar tors, and combining ail Use of this delightful sumim t residence. *.?> lOwttuw -r WILI IA M V. IOXES. CATSKILL M<'? NT VlN UOl - lb, AT THE PINE OIK II UU).-KI2. HMIIS romantic and fashionable report will be conducted dmJ ing the present season under the direction and of the subscriber. If has uu lergo:?e a complete end thorough repair, aud is nuw open for the reception of vuitnj*. Mo effort will be spared to m rintaiii the deservedly high chaiacU>r which it has heretofore ?.?<iuired. As heretofore, its tables will be furnished with every delicacy Lhat the New York nnrket c.u* afford; and every |H>H*ible attention that cau promote the convenience and enjoyment of its patmns will l>e promptly bestowed. The leading to this establishment and especially that part of it on the mouuiaiu, has been rendered perfectly smooth and safe. Messrs. A. t. B ach Ac Co.'* excellent line of .stages will run at heretofore regularly bet wen the landing and the Mountain House, on the arrival of the boats. C. L. BEACH, Proprietor. June 13th, 1RI2. je 14 3mr JfA r LAGRANGE HOTEL, Bull's Kerry, New Jewry. p??nj This most delightfully romantic: summer retreat is in full J^Mareadiix ss, well stocked with fruit and flower, and alxive all a line kitchen garden. The bar it well supplied with choice w ines and liquors, ale and porter. Also, segars of the first quality. John Pouson, tlie proprietor.sincerely returns bis grateful thanks to his friends, and the public in general, for th* ir lil>eral patronage for the last nine year*. The heiurifiil steamboat Boston, Captain T. V. Babcock, leaves foot of Canal street four times a day. The public can rest assured that they will not be disapiiointed as heretofore^ the owners of the boat are determined to regularly as advertised; for further particulars see the Sun. Gentlemen cau he accoinxiodated with the best of board and lodginz at five dollars per week, and have tlx ir dinner at what hour they please, except Suhday, always at I o'clock, P. M. Military* companies on target excursions w ill liud it to their advantage and pleasure to visit the above place and try the target ground and Pouson's good dinners. His prices are according to the times. J. Pouson is al ways at home, aud will be happy to teg his friends and visitou. u loi*r 'I Mi IS fiA>lIL. I UIN l nli establishment li mta A open lor flit* reception of c ompany. It hat been thoroughly renovated and furnished anew, upon n scale of liberality commensurate with the demands of the public. The department ol the cuisine haa been pi iced and* i tin charge of 1 c ipcMe and experieuccd artist, who will lark no supplies ihat the mirkets can afford. To those unacquainted w ith the location of the Hamilton House, it is only nrcesstry to say, that it is situated at the ocean entr.uier to the Narrows, from eight to ten miles from the cifv. on the high western bluff of Long Island, coin inanding a noble view of the lower bay and the Atlantic and landward, ihe highly cultivated and fertile shores of Stafc.ii and Lonx Island, and the harbor of New fork. Nothing cm ex ceed the beauty of the prospect in every direction. The salubrious air at all periods of the day, the east access by stage and steamboat, and the muisled lite and retirement of the spot, render this establishment second to none w ithin a hundred miles of New York. The apartments are commodious and airy, and their accommodations ill marked contrast with those of similar houses heretofore in the vicinity of the city. The rides in the neighborhood, the falling grounds, billiard rooms, ten-pill alleys, aud other accessories of lecreavton, leave little, it is be Lieved,to In wished foi bj ibv put Families desirous of securing rooms for Bie season would do well to make eaxly application to the proprietor. je7 Imr BATH HOUBFITLONO ISLAND.?This long add well know n boarding and sea. bathing establishment, having recently undergone numerous improvements, among which is the erection of'several ciegaut summer hosues upon the mat-gin of the ocean, is now open for the reception of company dining the v-ason Tin-great extent of private beach on this shore??Se Perfect security in bathiug, even for ladies aud children, (Mie bathing houses being within a stone's throw of the m*iisioi,)? the shady, cool slid delightful locust grove adjoining the house ? he pleasant rides in the surrounding country?the excellent fahing grounds ami other sources of healthful recreation and amusement?tin* beautiful view of the Ail n*.ic ocean and the lower bay, almost annstatitly enlivened by numerous vessels arriving or outward bound, render this situation iuev*ryrcspect unequalled by any in the vicinity. Its accommodations aie imph', ihe rooms airy and the temperature, even in the warmest days of summer, auything hut oppressive. The convenience or communication and distance, (be ma b?t nw?> mile* from Brooklyn.) the access by stages at hours Accommodated to business render it peculiarly well adapted as a residence for gentlemen of buac is iu New York. irl?2m*r WILLIAM BROWN, Proprietor. \f ARINE PAVILION, ftut K A WAY. 1.. l.-ttie ?ub ** 1. arrilwr would rc.pect fully auuonne.r to llir public tb,t the .bore r,l\blishlnclil v.ill b ' , ?>, ued for tin- ini m ihu day, June 22, IB 12. There beiiw a few line room* not yet engaged for the ?ea*"n. which ?'ll be let to families oil very r.-.trainable ternu. All communication* left with McCoun is Clark, i'J Wall stn rl, will meet prompt attention. Vi'liSVlTRll.' GEORG3E W. DAWSOJk" " IVhotetalr and He tall f^xrniture and General Fur ni*hin% Warfhouxe, No. t>7 Chatham street, corner of iJtianc strut. New York. 1XTHEKE he keeps for ule a large assortment of the follow** in< articles, via.: HiilrboarH*. fiuifam, B? du? id.", C-oU, T'bles, Chain, Office ami Portable Desk*. (ii.i^ Casei, Book C sea, Looking Glasses, Diuimr. Centre. 'I ea ami Pier 'I able*, Pnuos, Sof?*, Sofa Bedsteads, Beds, Beudinr. Palea?ters, Mattresses, Cmnb, Oil Cloth. Malting and hire Irons, Waali Stout*, Toilet Tabie*, candle Stdnds, Bureau Bedsteads Drew in.; Bureau*, Safe*, &.<*. AI*o, a Write assortment of men and women's Wearing At* pare!, new and second handed. All the above articles are offered to the public al very low prices. in waut of said article* w.mld find it to their ad vantage to make an early call at the above e?Uolishment. Shipping orders punctually attended to a??.l packed ?.* the short*** nonce, aim oil reasonabh> terms. Mallressts, Bidding, kc. for fittiug out leiisb, constantly on hand. All orders to the shove establishment will be ftmctiullf attended to and thankfully received. N. B.?The highest prices will he given for Second Hand Fur.iilure, and Gentlemen's and Ladies'cast off Clothing, a22 6rn r TIANOFORTesT OOUTIIERN DEALEM^ ajdiuicnaaftairuBwrilly will find O u to their ad ran* age i t c .11 1! a* rtxim:** cUuce j*?ctcinetit of Im ibovea icl ( i fintdt of C ?.i Id It ctavi?, of roaewood and mahogany, w iti. ?*f2l.d e'.ton, scroll stands, and every modern iinprot. :r c:?t- i'lien.* ;<:rj,iLMiU an warranted to be equal to any ii tr?e city, -sir*! v\ i!I b- ?. >11 at the lourest possible pne * for cash, it tt.^ iftm ili :t r;, It W<?t Foerte? nth street, between Kiftt ? . litr aveno* * N. B.?INano Fortes for i:i.A %'otm imt x.'ct of T'.ajo Fori i hit it the maim!acton al fm HAVANA A*D PRINCiPE sEi TahE " MRAOKH. 46Ch*trum street. In* rcceivt d, by the Halles .root KH,dOO of his eel rated La N ma Hrcs w a*ao a beautiful lot of su;n rior Noval and IVrex Principe Srgars, whicti lie offer* for sale at reasonable prices. j?*9 lrn*c DRV GOODS, STRAW GOODS. rP BENNETT, importer and manufacturer of Italian and A English Straw Goods, rrsi>ectfully informs hi* customer* thst lie has removed bis establishment from 99 William and 26 Piatt, to 39 John street, where he continues to k?'?p a splendid ami extensive assortment of ladies' fashionable Straw Goods, French ar (English Dunstable*, hxlian Rutland*, fine Tuscan*, F i BhsKlwcm. I in a Al t Straws kc. h AI*o, *n entirely aew article, the White Siberian Hair Bonnet, for the summer?it surpasses all the style* a* yet intra dnced, being extremely light, beautiful, white and durable. inH 1 in* m TO THE LADIES. IfASHIONABLK MILLINERY OOODS.-Tlic ).rr>j,nr" trrm, Mi?* S KINO, aiueht.r of the celebrated Girl Knot, .IT.r? for * most .elect w?l clioirr ...ortinrnt ul Mlllin> r> Oowli. for the ?prinf trade, a. yi I to tin- |.tr lie, both * r.ginli llrr quality anil rite i|?i.ii of the article! Tb. luiortm.nt conii.ta of the following The MILK HAT, CALLED CAPOTTK D'ORLEANS, ii worn hi La Duchnir p'Orlci.n, of France, *QEp SILK, ENTIRELY NEW ANT) OltltilNAL STYLE And Lawn lint* do do?An entire new itrle o Rati called t?iuui4.xr. i>AI*U i i r.rv C( >TTA(iK. Parisian and Rnglwh fancy 8TRAW9, of the Illicit teiUin*. in gn at Tariety. The Proprietress re*i>errfiillr solicits the ladira to favor her with a call, and egamine liei elegant ?nd raried acock of Af11liiifry fur Ihrmirlrri, before they purchase elsewhere, a* it will tie a groat saving to them ill price and a great advantage ?* regard* the variety and finality of the good*. MI98 9. KINO, Alagarine de Mode*, i jeK lm*r 203!* Br >adwav. I ffOTADIES.- Mr*. TKAIJt.NF-IN rv?iivct:iifly inform* * (lie Lidinof N'wYork tud viriuitv. tint ?h? cnntinnpx 1 hi work of French Pti>lin4,KlnHiig *i??l Clear *tarchinf, ai .No. ' IC2 fc#l4ridge street, (on the fimt f1cx?r,) New-York. N. B. Onlrri Krceiffd and rt <ufrii witii nraincsi and at the diorteit notice. TAUq, Collar* for mile. j? ?i iia*r DRB9S Boot?? I.ATK9T FltKNt H , ST V LF..?The subscriber inaki t to order, B ert* ' if the abovedescription, of the Allot quality of French Calf j 4kin. and inthe latest style, and at very reasonable prices.? ' Ji ntlernen who hate ln en in the habit of prying estravagsnt 1 rice, for infr-ior artiel, a-e requested to call and he eonrmred 1 hat hi. prices sre fromtrn to twenty per cent below other .tores in the neighborhood Drawing* being t.ikeai of ihr Icet, md a pair of lasts kept lor each customer, there is uo rtifl.rnfty ' n gelling a handsome yet casv fit. Constantly on liand, a lare *?. orimetif of fashionable ready nade Boots, at prices varyiiut Prom TWO DOLL ARB Fl FTY , BNT9 TO 9IX DOLLARS; 11 df, Oaitera, #h'et, } Pntnps, Slippers, lie. St.'. it equally low price*. , JOHN L. WATKIN9, 114 Foil,mat., a! 3m* Between Nassau and Pitch >ts. t l'.F.'l I K . i 11< t" liud Hoots and Si.ors cheap, ' an I st are no' sure that in New York the.e it any |,l.? mi od as at ill Clinton Boot and Shoe Market,{01 < anal a itiect, n rih ea.t iomer ol llu'lnoii street. Those who hate tried ap|M ir 11 he g*nei*lly satisfied that this i* a lert me , illrttiotial.lf. All those who m'y IHit base tried Our bo. Is. . ihoes, or gaiter*,will And it to their advantage to inaki th* trial lOOtl. A. KNOX h CO, N. B. Country mi tenants * >e by the iwckage or lini.-n. 1 jell im*r 1 RK t TUNING, JUNE 23, 1845 HOOK'S AND STATIONKUV. \ EW Gl IT AH ^USIC-GKORUE H. DERWORT. pn>A ?*or of the guitar, No. 138 Canal itri ci o|i|io?it?r the St. John's chili' i, h i - the honor to acquaint his friends and the l?iidie* tli t hi* ha. published a variety of new and popular uiu ic, irrati;ed * ith easy accompaniment* lor guitar. Mr. D. will also mange an<l coni|*om niuaic for orchestra guitar, 4i?d other instruments, anil give iiutru?.lioin> to aiii.r ti rt on . foi ui< 1 violin m\ ' c>\>?. BOO K BIN 1)1 \ G PAPER RUI.I'M 1 n IRELAND, No. 120 Nassau stru t, having an entire u? w . * 1 . L .1 I'.imll'w Tn.,u . ..I n..i;.. . . latest and mint approv? d pattern*. is now prepared to execute all order* in live most durable and iiaiuhoiiu- rntnner. Merchants Aeccount Books arul all other kind* of Blankwork rah d and bound to any patterns, ami in urtyle that is warranted togiv tistaeticfi. Any work ordered <Wi he done iuMiy English mode if required, its 11. 1. lias had long rxperil nee in both met I od*. FOR SALE?Two second liand Copperplate Tresses. Apply as above. lull lm ~ TO PAPER MAKERS. ~ pF.RSKE k BROOKS, No. fil Liberty street, between * Broadway and Na.s-au street, New York, import direct from the Manufacturer* the followin?' articles, viz:? Bleaching Powder of Bovd k Sou's make?warranted. for uniformity and strength, equal to any in this country or Great Britaiu, and lor the saw of which they are sole agents in the United State*. English ( ylind. r Machine Felting of very superior quality* 36, Ift, I5,t>i.72, and "I inches wide. Dryer Felting of strong fabric, and of width* usually required. Bine 8malt3.? diving the agency of the Sutton Company's Blue Sin ill., they arc enabled to supply FFFE, and Fb KFE; in ativ quantoi, 4 U ir?-? for Foi\..hinier and Cylinder Machine*, m inn factored from the pure*! mtinl?also, Jacket*?Wet audi ress Felts. Puln Screens, Not. I. 2, 3. of brass metal. Order* i'-f any of tn?- above articles, together with Korei<n and domestic rags Soda Ash, Vitriol, Alum, Twine, kc. kc., vs ill us*! w ith proui|it attention m tic if N GRAVING BV THE OMNI GRAPH MACHINE.? Ca BURR, JONES k CO., 192 Broadway, corner oi John street, N.Y ,are prepared to engrave all kinds of Maps, ('harts, Plans and Surveys, or anv work of that class, in the most he iutiful i , with uunrtllslMl expsoidon, ind it prices fti bs low those chanted for similar work executed by hand engraving?the cost of tine steel or copper plates not exceeding Lithographic work. N. B.?Specimens of the work done by rite Omnigraph can bv eiamintd at rhe office in Broadway. in22|linr " HATS." HATS MR ATS! HATS!! BROWN k CO'8 One Trice Hat Store, wholesale ami re! tail, 179 Chatham Squan , comer of Mott street, where fashion, beauty, durability and economy are combined to adorn the head. The proprietors have the pleasure now to offer in addition U> their recently unproved sn*>rt napped Hat. a uew style, the imitation of heaverr, which so closely reirmofes that ??f all fins the in??*t costly ami beautiful, that the difference is not easily perceived. Price three dollars. We strictly adhere to the one price cash system, which enables us to furnish a very superior Hat for the price charged, lit oreaentin<r these Hats to the public the proprietors think they have reached the ultimatum of b'.iuty, durability, cheapness and comfort. in4 3m* rpo tfHE STRAW HAT TRADC.?The tnxUninied A having determined to establish a Bleach-hou*e and Manufactory complete in all respects, in the neighborhood of New Vorb city, invite* all interested in the Straw Hat business, to n'ttKt1 arrangement* w ith him. which he doubts not will he equally to their and his advantage ami satisfaction. Hiving for some vears had the superintendence of the celebrated Bleach, ing Works of Thoinas Vyso in B dfordshire, England, and hating since mule further investigation* twith the most satisfactory resell*) into the important branch of Bleaching?both j in Europe arid America?he i* prepared t?? give ill straw goods flic utm st beauty both of color and finish, of which the material is fttiftcpiiblc. THOMAS REYNOLDS, j I ; Iw r S. E. Cono r of Bridge mil Vrnk st, Brook I y n. AN IMPOH?a??T QUESTION is heit presented for the serious retlection of the purchasers of Ila*. Is it consistent with true economy or common sense to pay five dollars for a Beaver Hat, when Che same article can he bought at 3 Wall street, (between Bioad and New sheets) for FOUR DOLLARS ? This U no deceptive assertion. A single trial, or a mt re inspection, wijl satisfy the most skeptical that the Beaver Hat now offered i- far from being the inferior article often sold for less than five dollars. The fact is that the article now offered in generally not equalled, and in no instance surpassed even at th it price. It is in consequence ol'a reduction in the price of the raw material, together w ith the economical policy ol this establishment?and the proprietor* engaging personally in the uiaaufactun?that the present great inducements are offered, such as were never offered before. WARBURTON Ik WEBB, j # l o ! in r Hunt-.. ? Wallstrwt. L T JEWELRY. WATCHES AND JEWELRY, VERY TiUW. rpWE Subscriber is telling all dtftrriptiut )f'ro!J&r.1 Silver A Watches, Gold and Oili er Fmri.'s, I It i I ( lirii, Keys, lie.. at retail, lower than at nnv other iltcs in l/.s sity.? Gold Watches p* low cm thirty to fortv I lie is Matches and Jewelry' exchanged rr bought. All ^ siel ci t:e warranted to keep gooJ time, or the money ithi/rrd. Witthtsnnd Chicks n i fin; 1 u the best tnmuicr, Ind R&xiirttfi. jt much less than th- mad trices ,iy ?;he finest wom.iieii in the city. G. C. ALLEN, ujifirti r of Watches and Jewelry, wholesale and retail, 30 ^ *11 street, up stairs. m28 1m*m T?) JKWRldd na. MINI AT! UK PAINTER!! *< A k J. HARTNKTT. No. 2 CourlUndt, mar Bioadwty, Whole vile and Retail Manufacturers of Travel1 ling, Writing,Dressing and J. wel cases, miniature case*, and ! setting*, llute, loehet, watch, ring, and p?n cases; cases for sil! ver Plate, neatly arranged to order. Also, 'rays niadt and fitted to Jewellers' show case*, to contain watches, chains, ring*. Ice vs. pins. thifiibica. mncili. It.-. &? Sir A variety, of the above articles constantly uu hand, and made to order, w ith neatness and despatch. N ?. 2 ('ourtl indf t. N? w Voik. m24 Im?c \\TAl' I IK 8 AND JEWKLU1 VERY l.o\V.-;ji, ? ? Krrihei ?s selling all t! scrinfiont of -<dd and silver Watches, .-I'M and silver p* ncil*, jrold chains, k*\s, &c., at r* taii, low r th mi .it au\ < tlirr clace ill the cit\. Child \\ atcln s at low as 2.) to 30 dollars each. Watches and Jewelry each Hi* gcd or bought. All Watch'-* are warranted to keep good time, I or tlv money returned. Watcht and Clerks repaint) in 11?? best maimer, and warranted, at milch lets ihau the Usual prices, by one of the finest workmen in the city. O. C. ALLEN, Importer of Watches and Jewelry, wholesale and ret.i I, in Wall street, tip stairs. jol9.1tt*ic RKWOVKD.-HILAIKE WALTKIl| vet t and partner of dtsnooM ol Benei w Uteri the only manufactory bl Witeli (il l. > in Franca. N > 17 Pai dia Poiaaonniera treat. Paris* ha* the honor of informing Mssrs. dealers in watch works, am! all article* connect' d with the line, a.; also Mssrs. dealers in cut gla^s, that their establishment of watch glasses, cut glass, gilt rnd colored, fancy articles, &c. '&c See., lias lately been te moved from No 40 Maiden Lane, to' No. 00 William street. Gentlemen desirous of purchasing from the only d* i*?t of the , factor)*, ir- respectfully invited to call r.t .;ur , where will be found an unrivalled assortment of the above mentioned goods, which will be disposed of on the most reasonable terms. int 2iri r ~ "NOTICES." rricK or tiie Arnens V Rochester K. 11. Co. ) Canaiidainta, June 2, 1012. > A Semi Aninnl Dividend of Five |*-r Cent will be naid on the Capital Stock of tikis Company on the first day ol July neat. Shareholder* whose Stock is reentered in the City Transfer Books of this Company, will receive payment at the Bank of the State of N-w York, in the Citv* of New York; and those whc'f S f ??c k ii not registered in the City will hi- paid their Dividend at this O'fice. By order of tlic President and Directors. CHAS. SEYMOUR. Treasurer. VT OTJCE TO CLERK8, and II other ( ons v ose boat* 1 v ii?-s; c.iuscs them to !?e constantly on their leet.? By calling at tlw old exclusive Boot Sine, lit Chath im-.;t rci i, t!.ey c in h.- -prnoil ?tcl with the ill* iluahl?? irticle, lt()(tKltS' MKTALIC ELASTIC HKKL BOOTS, wirr.antc 1 in every parti< ulir, and at the same price of the ordinary B ot. The f <1lowin it* mi of ik many MtfinUgMthtElaitit Bldi have over every oth? r kind ; First?The elasticity add* greatly to the durability of the Boot S rondly?They make no noise in walking upon the pave ment. Thinlly?Tliev prevent Boot* from running down to the heel. Fcnrthly?1They enable the wearer to walk w ith much lest fatten r. Fifthly?They do net cut or tear carpi ts as do iron or nailed heels. Sixthly?'They can be worn with comfort by those having tender fi t. A - usual, constantly on hand all kinds of Boots at wholesale and retail ?t manufacturer's prices. jc61m*c TN CHANCER??Before tin- Vice Chancellor of the 1st Cir1 riiiI.?JoMi HrrJi.nn v?. John K'-onm.?Dill for account in Cojuirtifrdiip, kc. aud for try unction.?J. M. Webster, Complainant's SoJi itor; J. VV. Gerard, Esq. of Couusel.?John Keen in, the defend ?nt in this cause, wh<ne place of residence is in the State of New Jersey L is m^nirtd to appear in this Cauxf by the nineteenth day ' ' SejHemhcr fit* it, or the bill filed herein will be taken ns muleased by him. Albany Kfroin; Journal please copy and chary!* to J. M. We bale r. |r12l*w1wc FANO FORTE9-*?9ertr?l piano fortca of surierior tone an workmindup, warranted in erery reapect. For aalt low to elos a roniifument. Apply 57 Cedar slum, u,?stnsr*. j#5 2w*C AfOTT'S PATENT) PORTABLE FPTlNACK, and 1V1 \Vxali Boiler, admirably adapted for washing, can I e placed in the fire-place, the area, or the yard. Patent Agriculturists, Furnace and Cauldron, in *i7.? aof 15, 30, 10, 50, 50, M, 100, 120, and 150. Tlieae furnace* require only a piece of l?i|?e to fit them for u?e. No article Ins # ?**r given better satisfaction To those formers who hare tueil th Yi. Patent Hard Coal Furnace^ a new article for i|nmtr me? will male- a neat little store tor winter. 1 Paicnt Chin or Charcoal Furnace, from new iml nn, mm li improved. These are lined with lire brick. Alio a very low priced furnace without lining. Combination and Fuel.Savin? Cook Stoves, at inmm?r prices. The co?ibiiiati< n is tie- only legitimate stove that rouble ft tin fttvAtta aihI ?in* II fmin lh?* kitchen. Tin . m jus II) well adipted for jutinmer a? winter. I)< ilrrs supplied ou liberal tern a. J. |.. MOTT, Jr Ll'n #c 304 Water and IS Bowery. RrEBBI IMPROVED Bt RNERH. it rent ri par I * * cent, leva thin \ eretofore. The sutxcrU r Ins now on . ind ij ' 1 t went of the imp rti I Buim . whit h he iow offers at the above reduced prices. A Itwnl oiiroiint aire I i 1 i! I era. Best i*lit f ( ' " n la pe i rallon. Camphorated (Jss 75 cents. Cill and eiainine for ,ourselves at No. Ill Ouud street, one ?. ; nNljS' N. B.?All kinds of Lamps altered, bron*r?l, Kilt and repaired if fbe shortest notice, on rear "roable term#. mil 1m *r \YOl'NO"MAN" ofVTod and willing to f> ?, ibr country, and poa*es?inj * small cental of about ten or fifteen hundred dollar* cm bear of a jb liable location in regard to the mercantile l>u*iijes?, by c .tiling it the store of William S.Ccrrwin, No.?.; ? Prosdw.iv. Tin situation referred to is ab >ut siitv miles distant from hi? cit\ and ?- I1 lieved tojNWveea some adv.iiiti.TCs not readily U wli. t f with* lj_. Je I It9r MKiDfjra Am; SODA mWDKiTS. VrERY m. n ir ?rticl.? to ?ti?l an . :ii rail, * !, put nn iir. lv f'>r famil- n?r. For ..ili, ? tmli.alc .no rrtail, by kVM. WATtON. ChmiiU' and Ap'thecvriM* llall, W Calirr in, .Irott. ;v u.?? A inorunfui 01 in?* ?:ihmc?ii i^ininc ry. i JeHMIm? I vtOTK K. -TI.. nm- for kra V< f?' i \lh.\l i.ike ^ BOAT ? rtrnorcd from Ul to <1 Broadway, di.'I lmr I | [ERA 2. Court Tor the Correction of Errurt, The Lieut. Governor in tin* (hair. Jl'11 li'J.? bill jali b\ I'wtly ami Xathanirl Jarvis, : the /'tuple, Cc.?Mr. butler cloaad tho argument in thii case. Judgment |Miktponeil without particular ilav. Matthew M til. 4.a ? . / ... -r ..... ......, ...... ,[r iri nun, 11. I nr i tty uj Jiuf J ale. drjriidanl in error? The plaintiff, in INtti, commenced building nhouse, which he finished and moved into during tlie year lXfci, on u tot belonging to him, which had been marked out as part of nsircet ordi nal in 1 it to he opened, flow a directed to remove the home, hut re* fined, on lb> flftutnl that no attempt had ever been made to open theWVet. mid tliat he bad novel lieen remunerated for his land. The Court below and the Supreme ( oiirt decided against him, und the case has been I sought up on a writ of error. Mr. (feu. I'. Barker, Attorney (ieuerul, wh heard for the plaintiff in error. On motion of the Chancellor, it was ordered that this Court hold a term at Albany, to commence the last Saturday in August, at which ap]atal causes hare the prefi ruace. Court of I'oniinbii Plena. Before .linige lligrulinm. Ji nr 2J.?J.'hn li. Krlhig ii"<1 Xallial II Taylor vs. I>c.iil. I). A'ni/i nnd -i. Bati/urU.?Five young printers associated themselves under the linn ot Kellogg V Co. to print a daily paper, and hired of Mr. Bassloirl u portion of the building in Ann street, adjoining Broadway . Finding the concern unprofitable they dissolved, leaving the materials with John B. Kellogg, one of the plaintiffs in this suit. Mr. K. subsequent!) entered into copurtnerthip with Mr. Taylor, to publish the Commercial Transcript, a id removed the printing materials, which had been in possession of his recent firm, from No. I) to No. v!7 Ann street. The articles of copartnership with Mr. Tavlor w ere for three years, the profits to be divided, 4tc. 'jPhi1 old firm was indebted to Mr. Basslord for Ij years rent, and he issued a landlord's warrant, w hich wus given to Mr. Nash, who seized the materials which had been removed from the premises of Mr. B. They consisted of type, frarnos, imposing stone, fie. The articles were icpleviued, ami suit now brought. The plaintiffs claim that Sir. Bassfurd had lost his lien on the goods, having accepted the key at the time ol removal; uinl also that the levy was made after the 110 day s allow ed by law had expired, by w hich it was rendered invalid. This the defendants denied, and in addition averred that the plaintitls had no right to bring the action as they did not own the property, but that it belonged to Mr. Richards, proprietor of the printiug presses in Ann street. The jury found u verdict in favor of defendants, valuing the materials replcvined at $100 For plaintiffs, Mr. Allen and Mr. Van Antwerp,? Messrs. Bell ami Coe.auit Jas. T. Brady, fordelendtniU. Before Judge lnglis-. John Jl. Smith vs. J oh n K. t'olri/ (En gler 4" h'olnj) ami Monmouth II. Hart, sheriff.?Ainoug the profitable Western customers that the merchants of the "commercial emporium ' possessed, was Mr. 1'atrick Culleii, a somewhat extensive dealer in fancy and dry goods, at 07 Dauphin street, Mobile, Ala., together with It is lady, Mrs Anna CiiIImii, w ho kept u millinery establishment on the same premises. A tew months since, wneu Mr. ("ullen had obtained a first rate supply of good*, and got into our metchants to the extent of about $30,000, he found it very convenient to stop pay ment. Mr. John A. Smith i.i bro. tlier to Mrs. (ullen. He came from Ireland in |K32or ml landed, as Mrs.('.did, at Philadelphia, Mewuapprcn tired to a tailor, and Anna successfully " sot her cop" for Mr. C., whom olio married, and went oft to enjoy bet famine at Mobile. Mr.Smith worked a short time 11s a journeyman at i'lilladelphia, hut subsequently found his wnj also to Mobile. When Mr. Culion" stopped payment,'' the creditors discovered that be hadj " sold out" to the wealthy .Mr, John A. Smith, who became duly installed as " owner" of the establishment, Mr. nnd Mrs. C.ronti. lining there merely ns assistants. Mr. C.then sent to Nets York, and compounded with ome of his creditors at iS cents on the dollar, and might have irone on successfully to " pay all his debts,"and pocket a few thousand dollars in the bargain, hut for the cruelty of F.nglcr nnd Foley, to w hom he was considerably in arrears. A few weeks since, Mrs. Anna Cullen came on " aa the agent of Mr. Smith,"to purchase goods on his account, partly for cash, w ith which to replenish tho two stores. She received a draft in a letter from her husband on the Fulton Itank for j.l,aoo, which she laid out. A knowledge of hetmovements came to the eats of defendant, when he issued au attachment against Cullen, and seized a prim* lot of goods w hich Mrs. C. w as at>ont shipping on board the Waverly. They were replevins 1, valued at tfAO'l !>J, and M rs.C, departed, having first given her testimony de bene e se. In that she declares that Mr. Smith is ow nerofthe store and ofthe goods taken. He is a man of property now. While in Philadelphia a journeyman tailor, nnd before, he came to Mobile, he had "his health and'his hands." He is her brother, and the youagest of the two. Is sure he is of age, and "13 or U4 years old: wishes it was true he was not of age, as it would moke her younger. The drnl\ she got from Mobile was signed and sent by her brother, the plaintiff, in u letter from her husband. Will not showthat letter?it relates to him, herself an ! her child; would not show it toher counsel or her luther. Mr. Smith is owner of the store, and Mr. Cullen keeps a desk in the hack part. Sec. In n Cn'U iirtfili.iii it lilt f Inn 1 - ,1 In ti-lsAen lirttit-n lim husband ha* been a "customer," she Mated that Smith owned the store now, hut when Mr. Cullen gothis business settled up, he w ould take it back. She nl.'-o spoke to the fame effect elsewhere. The jury considered Messrs. Knch-r and Foley us having the best right tothe goods, and found for defendants in the sum of F.Wi !> !, the value of the Roods, with $11> ell damages, and ti rents cost?. For plaintiir, Mr. J. S. Bosworth and Mr.t . Denrochefor defendant, Messrs. McCoun fct Clurkeund Mr. .1. ('. Ilart. ( 'cncinl UrsslotiSi Befuiu Judges Lynch and N'onh, and Alderman Smith. William Shnler, Esq., Aeting District Attorney. Jim: 12.? At the opening of the Court the list of jurors hcing railed sixof the Uruud and seven of the petit were fined $23 each. Hills tif ladichnenl against lh ri.k .) / '?/<( <. The present Grand Jury have found two hills against H.Trick k Ropss, publishers of the Aurora, for a libel on Thomas J. Smith, Esq., of this city. These bills wero disinisMd In the previous grand inquest, hut the complaint having been renewed hills were found in both cases. This is the third iudictment obtained on the complaint of Mr. Smith. Pleaded Guilty.?John McGitire, the old row thief, pleaded guilty to the charge ol grand larceny in Mealing two cows from Thomas Kiloran, of 330 tilth street, and will be sentenced on Friday. Cane of Utarge H?met.?The trial of this man, Indicted for passing counterfeit money, is set down for Thursday (this) morning. Highway Robber Tried. A young man named Francis J Mies, h butcher, impleaded with William Smith and Daniel < arnmerdy, was put upon his trial, charged with highway robbery. Mr. Jacob Amos, the complainant, of I It Second street, testified that uu Tuesday morning,I till iust. between the hours of 3 and t o'clock, while lie w as returning from a party that had been held at the house ol his employer, and passing through Orange street, lie was attacked by three men, dragged up an ullt y, mid n portion of hi* clothing stripped from him. He eoulJ not recognise the prisoner, but fully ideulifie ! briitli, vvlm was in prisoner's box adjoining him, in; one of the yartles concerned in the robbery. Jacob Leitah, who resides neai the alley, where the robber) took place,w i'nessed the robbery from his w indow, and iecogiif/.e I I n'h the pieoner and Smith us being concerned in it. The defence,"(inducted by F. W. Terhune. F.sq. presented evidence to piove an alibi by t ' o girls of the pave w ho resided at a house ol ill fame in Anthony street; one of them stated that p: boner slept with her the night the robbery is alleged to have noon commuted, anu anotner state i mat sue uw mm in bed in the morning nt nine o'clock. A voting man, named Julin Patterson, v. ho ha? charge of the house, hikI an old salt, named Charles Stanton, lioth stated that Jones slept in the home uhot e named all night Stanton swore that he had tint tooth-ache ell night and, therefore, hacould n't sl?ep;that he walked the room from eleven o'clock till seven the next morning; and therefore Jones could not have left the house without being hi nrd by him. Several other persons who slept in the house testified to the same point.'-'. The prosecution then called the w ife of Lcitch, who saw the lohbery from their window, and who recognized both the prisoner and Smith as being the persons who committed the robbery. Officer Stevens arrested prisoner, he having;heen pointed out to him in the stri-et by Mrs. Leitrh oti iho same morning the robbery was committed. Officer McMahon stated that he found the coat and vest that In I been taken from complainant in irossesiion of Daniel Cammerdy, one of the parties indicted. Acting District Attorney Sturm contended, in sum. ming up, that the avidenee produce I by prisoner to pro v. an alibi tvas surh as if admitted to lie correct would be dangerous to the liberty of everv citizen who w alks our strict* during night, That if believed by the Jury nothing would be more easy than a rogue to make a previous ar. rnngement with his mistress, leave the house during the night, commit u robbery, then return, anil when arrested bring the inmates of such premises to prove that he slept there on the night the crime was commuted, and thus escape the penalty of the law. Jit Ige Lynch charged thrjury in a pointed manner relative to the recaption of such testimony , and the htry alter a short absence returned a verdict of guilty- The punishment for the offence is not less than ton years imprlsonmen' in the State prion. On the announcement ol the verdict the prisoner became much escited and shed t< an profusely. The Court stated they should sentence him on Friday. (irand bm riy. Daniel J. Stew art. a Jiroa t pug noted darker, wn< trb*l on a charge of irrnnd lart my in tealing n Cremonn violin from llobort Kra/er, of No. 17 Or?ng>' troot, on the 9th of May laat. No poiitive proof being adduced thnt prisoner vtolc 'ho violin .owing to the nh?rt:oc of Petor Williams, to * hoin In offered it for sale, the jttrv roturnoil n verdict of not guilt) . The Court thon adjourned to this morning at olovi n o'clock. ^tktkinn m N \ nttvkkt.?Thin great anmini jubilee i now in operation. Many strnngoni nrr now on a visit to the Inland to visit this festival. At leust ten thousand sheep will he clipped of their wool. i\r rtask of ion.? Arrived at Quebec this season IS,JWI emigrants. Last season 11,fi'O. In , lavor of this yenr 1,351. Court Cole inter?'Mil* !>*>' Ri rratoa Cotrar?Noa. 97, til, 7", 'JO, .14, to, *>, IOH, .iO, 14, 140, 11t, 9|, ft-!, |45, W, lift, IS, 67. Ciii-st or Common pi.t%??pvai i ?No?. .1, ' '*' ,.1* M, (II, (W, (17. (W, 7171. 7-T77 79 Part 1 |???t fon.A toif nilny.?No?. IDA, 100, .'0 90, 1M, 7?, 74, 7?, 9-J, 11*, ?, 99, W, 93. L11. Pilff Two Cent*. City lnl?|llH< inr. Im?-o?tant Anaest.?A man named Wilton, alias Ker guson, alias Hamilton, ItC., fcr., wan an. nJiu rliin city on Monday, by a citizen named Oeorg" Headhunt, for being concerned inj-.tvindllng the Karmtri PiinV of Richino id, \ j. rpward* of $10,000 wan recoveri 1 Ircm li.m, and lie was.thi'ti allowed to depart by the parties con ern- I ed, and sailed in the packet ship Quebec, for London, on I Tuesday la-t. Previous to hia being caught, it was f ated I i... ti?,. ???,i .1, .. ? ...,? .-.i" ......l.i i... . ... i I ... ...? .... ............ ......... ......... ..V J...... lur Kin arret!, uud when the alTair had terminated, and 'he rogue let go, Mr. Broudhurst w as must extensively and liberally rewarded by u tender of the sum of five dollars! The particulars of this Wilson's, alias Hamilton'*, trickery w ill be found on the first page of the Herald oftha ltith inst. As. n in. a.?John Osborn, charged with emhezzleinant was brought to this city yesterday, from Monroe county, in this State, and securely lodged in prison. He being a mini of extraordinary strength and activity, the officers who arrested hiin secured him with a pair of feet irone weighing near thirty iiounds, which he w ore until tafeia the city prison. As Kxi cssivr Dimm ?( harles Koxbcry, a native of Sweeden, aged 40 years, was found dead yesterday morning in his bed room, ut 'J! Cherry street, where he had been placed the night previous by a citizen who found him in the street, in a state of excessive intoxication, and humanely took him home. He had baen on what is commonly called a two month's "spree" and the Coroner's jury returned a verdict ofdeath from intemperance. A Witch Stvkkixo Chic.?About three weeks since gentleman from Lew ii county in this Stata, arrived iu this city on busin? ss, and during his peregrination about town was accosted in Broadway,near John street,by one of the numerous gangs of w utch staffers that infest our city, Willi a request to buy a splendid gold w atch, which was shown him at a very reasonable price. The country man at lirst refused, bu. upon another person's stepping up, who 110 doubt w as a partner of the stutter's, and stating that the watch was well worth the money, and that if the countryman would buy it he would give $10, being all the money he hud, tow ards the purchase, and redeem it at onee and compensate him for histrouhlc, the bargain w as struck, the $40 paid, and the countryman cheated by receiving an imitation brass wntcli not worth ten cents. On stating his purchase to a frinnd, he w as informed of tba cheat, ami advised to pocket the affront and learn wisdom from the rogue's trick. In the course of a few hours afterwards, however, while passing up l'ark row, near Ana street, in company with Mr. ,J. Burke of this city, he recognized the rogues, when Mr. Burke collared the stutter and demanded the money he had thus fraudulently obtained. The rogne consented to pay ii]> on being accosted, hut on reaching Theatre alley in Ann street, he drew a loaded pistol ami threatened to tiro it at thr head of Mr. Burke if he was not instantly released. He followed this up ' \ drawing u knife, but Mr. B. wns not to be seared at trilles, and held on to his man with the grip of n vice. At this juncture R gentleman v ho w as j losing ?topped to in i|Uire the cuuse of the dilliculty, when the grasp of Mr. B. was purtiully teltuted, and Mr. Watehstutfer made a dash and rushed into Nassau street near Fulton, where hi' waa caught un.l placed in charge of othcer Hutli waite.w ho was passing at the time. Instead ol being taken to the police iltice, a'- he should have been, he w as landed in the ottice of his Attorney in Centre street, where thr pistol was secreted by the stufft and claimed by the Attorney. The stuHit and olficrr then ieft together, and after an absence ol tlirec hours the otfieer returned without the stuffier, and paid the country man $30, reserving $10 for himself, and very significantly Intimating that the Attorney ought to tie paid $1,50 tor the trouble that had been occasioned by the crowd gathering about his ottice. The object ?f Mr, Burke w as to obtain the money so fraudulently obtuined in the first place, ami then have the scoundrel arrested lor the assault w ith the pistol, while in the disc barge of his duty as a goodciti/en ; but the manner in which the ofhcer transacted the business entirely prevented his intentions. The " stufier " is still at large, and the whole mat* U-r is now before the Mayor for investigation. A Dr.srrssTr. Mas Cauf.d.? On the ICth of May last a man named Harry Button, w ith numerous aliases, shoved another man, named Philip bison, overt oard, at the loot of I.croy street, and then jumped on to him, intending to drown him. The drowning man was rescued by Samuel Springsteen, and the brute who threw him overboard e?enped. Since the', he has committed several other assaults upon individuals, and was finally caught on Toeslay evening by assistant Captain Garrison, of the third district watch, and safely dejiositcd in the third district w atch house. Beoxi nu Hand.?A Fivo Toint loafer named Francia Kei v lis HtTCsted yesterday by olficcr Prince John Davis, charge,! with annulling Barney Hanngun of S3 Cro?* st., with an iron bar, and breaking his hand near the wri?t. Ho was ordered to find hail in the snm of >600, and ill i!e fault ot which was locked up. Likf..?A piece of childhood thrown away. LoaiiTlUe. 1 ( oiros|Hindctice of the Herald. J Lotiisvuj.E, June 12th, 1842. Dunking and Hunting?Safety and Steaming Hi din,r and Hating?Fin and Finance?Singing and the Sutton. To the Editor op the Herai.ii:? Dear Sir.? Times are, if possible, worse since my lact, and the news from New Orleans has served, if anything, to depress us still more. I trust, however, that when our banks resume, it they do, they will bo able to sustain themselves, and not cause a further depression in the community by auch conduct an the New Orleans Hanks. The West Wind steamboat, which burst her boiler last week, came from St. Louis in 47 hours. There is nolluiik' wanting beyond tins fact to show the extraordinary speed used to effect this, and the excess of steam employed beyond the strength of ' the boiler. Some effective measures ought to be. taken to prevent this; neither is it safe that the <|Uantity of steam generated should be left at the o;>tion of the engineer or other officora of the boat, who, as it appeared in this latter case, enn prevent the escape of extra steam by stopping the action of the safety valve. Oar races this vear were miserably attended, and tlf want of excitement amongst our sporting nvn e\ideiitly sroce front th ahsenre of the greatest ol all stimulants (money). Van Ibireii honored the course one dov with his august presence, and last, though not least, in public estimation, if wc mny ndge from their c oncerts having draw n more than the races or the theatre. Mi Sutton, with Nagel and lady in a phaeton, witli Sutton a whip, who, it nil things fail, would make a splendid coachman. The way he threaded i, '111 litre,Iicli MUTMfM mill It AM*! ?tl lei lit#. !./!t. t_* - tiiji'i, quit'* blanched the Signer's chocks. Their ore ertshnve been all crowded, and every one ha* ti ' ii in ecstncics. Mr" Sfltion leaves us to-morrow for Cincinnati, and the Signer remains another week with us, and after comes on to the eastward. I'.iidic curiosity i--rather small to know the cause, of their not keeping together, but as this is their , own business, and not any one elses, 1 shall not trouble myself with it. .Mrs. Su'ton gave a concert it the church on Saturday night for the bcn<-ht of the orphans, which was very much crowded, hut badly lighted; mat "d. trntcn light a? you wonld expect from tit night lamp in your chamber, nrul no more. Your obedient, Arc. An Amatkcr. i m m i i ?aaa?????a??. _ MISCELLANEOUS I'KRSNK .V 11HOOKN, PAPER WAREHOUSE, NO. fil LIBERTY STREET, Jaffa NEW VORK. I XIFATTS T7S TT<TT.~AND, Dmft? iiMei, 7o * * amount, dr?w u illn-< t on tl?- Ko> il Bank of frrUnd, f)?iblin, it o on th< * 1 i *| ib t-'n il Uiilfil bmi'?' of Mi >m coft. Qrote. Anns 6i Co.. bliiiu'ri, London, which art* jmuI frrt* of duo out or wny chaw whaftcrr, in rvrry pructiK. or county, b' cid'RAll tit*- inland town* and t^muxhoat hwliml. IreIntnl. Scotland and Wal??. can "i *? '* ??d *>)' A|'i?l>in< IlOt UK. BROTHERS Jc < () . U Falton'.i, jrlf> N?il t|t>?r fo thr Full<<n R*nW. rrW|NR^"li>llhl't wi'trit?i" B idpcirt wnnuftctnrr comprn*I mi - r< "if l' L ?? ?. rfrn*it ol *rinrt heirnit, and ;rilt ri"i . ,\ 111 . 'i hi to 3 Ibii I si I? l?\ . ,?ji K K. LOLLIN'^ A ro,, % fionih ?( HiTlW nfr i fii i?c' n <11 |ia<i of KnfliR(i, J ft I And ?mT Mrerland, in num. of 13. 1A, c l'? and 120, to any tnvmnj, ivy ,l,|? At M?ht. S. J SVLVKHTF.R. ii-m 29 Wffllit, and IK) Broadway. >LLRCTIONSt?IHT" Biibtcribf rc will roller! Not# , ArrrpfMlM , IVrtlftnifi ?f Dt'jm?iitra, Sir. (ihrnitff)i * ?tr? ft-nndm * Co. f: m Nrw York to Alhauv) npon aftr >f Itif Inlliwiti-- plain, anil nnnniff return* lf> the ci(y of Si * Vurt. i" from tit tight ilayi. Otic*, Camutdau'iM, Immr, JWh^ator. Anlmrn, Batarla, Genera, Bnfialo. (Emm.. Coming, thru,** 1 Wall ?ttee?, New York. f I Coram ft:.'-' ami M?k?t atrv.ta, Affmnr.

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