Newspaper of The New York Herald, July 20, 1842, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated July 20, 1842 Page 1
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TH1 V?l. VIII.?No. 10* - WhoU No. 3040. RAILROADS & STEAMBOATS? ~ POMEROY C OTS ALBANY, BUFFALO AND CHICAGO EXPRESS. si i lie suhseribris ar7uow niiniliu' a regular Kxpress over the Railroads to and from Albany and Buffalo, ?itd the interne- fh disle places, for FORWARDING, at low rates, with tl?e ut- |?r most speed, regularity aid safety, choice Gooils, Specie, Bank u> Notes, Imjmrtanl Papers and Valuable Packtc?s?Will attend b Is the negotiation, transfer, collection or payment of Bills of at Exchange, Notes, Drafts, Acceptances, Accounts, &? ., at rea- n sonable per ceuUge?execute orders for the purchase or sale of lu Merchasidise, Produce and Manufactured Articles of every de- (]? script ion, personally, in the ! *;?' oft ttwir iroto, through Maun. HARNDEN U CO'S EXPRESS r? to New York and Boston*, and aii Maun. HAWLEY k CO.'S EXPRESS of in anil from Buff-tin to Clevt land, Detroit anil t'hieajjo and intermediate places?forming al once the most direct, ?i*rily and A pcrfsct communication to and from the naile rn and western in cities, for the negotiation and transaction of all mercantile and of prof.uional business. remittances, eichauses, otc. to References?Erastns Corning, Thomas W. OlcoU, Watts til Sherman, A. D. Patcliin, Noah Lee, Jaines Taylor, Theodore pi Olcott, Albany. ci Agencies? Bennett, Backus Si Hatrley Uttca ; T. A. Smith, ft, - X II Smith Auburn : J Firm < ii-neva I (1 nf hm|WL ( iBindaini: Divid Hort, Rochester; John Me* <1?" Kenater. LockiMirl; J. A. CUik, Bauvia , Thomas Blo&jom. Buffalo. POMKROY J* CO*, th No. 5 EichaiiKe Huil?iiiiK9. Albany. %U 3 W *11 -fit? r, N n York. th IMPORTANT TO WESTERN MEitCl 1 ANTS ? RELIANCE PORTABLE IRON BOAT LINE For the Transportation of (>f>ods betwreu Hiiladelphia and Pittahurg. 2 This improvement in transportation affords to Western Mer- *{j chants pocnnnr advantages. The goods being cart-fully iwcked J~ in the Koala at our warehouse, No. 366 Market street, arc car- lt" ried over tilt- Columbia and Portage Railways without trnn- , shipment. Careful captain* and crows arc employed, who take [" charge of the goods at Philadelphia, and continue with them thr entire route, thus avoiding delays aud the liability of lots I? being separated on the way. N. B.?Pasteagers forwarded t. Pittsburg and Pottsville, every day, Sundays excepted. H. STORKS, Agent, ?J al2 3m* 7 Washington street. ' FREIGHT AFU PASSAUE TO PI1TSBlIRG. r 5 B I N G TrA M ^ LIN K7 .e Thr proprietor* of Bingham's Transportation Line to Pitta- p, bu-v, give notice Iw the .Merchant* of New York, and all other I)|wrsons slupeinu to the West, that their line la now inactive th n|>rraior (foods tnsigned to them (or sent to go in their ? line,) will be forwarded with despatch. _ fu Owners or shipper. of goods, destined for the Western ar States, who have no agent or consignee at Pittsburg, will |o please consign their goods to Williain Bingham, Pittsburg, ar who will attend io snipping all sticli consignments w ithout sp delay. ... ar All goods should be marked distinctly on eacn trackage w BINGHAM'S LINE. . ? For ates of freight, which are as low as any other line, apply f, o WM. TYSON, Agent, to No. 8 West street, opixwite Pier No. 2, N. R. g, N. B. Passengers forwarded to Pittsburg and Potlsville,every day, Sundays excepted. Refer to R. Crooks, American Fur Co. ; 9. T. Nicoll, Front street; Phelps, Dodge h Co., Fulton street ; Su>dam. Ipagr Kin; wm. flankm, Uuryee K t.o, ,>ewaik. im> 1m |t RAILROAD?ALBANY AND SARATOGA. Baae aaa? w^ar- . >? Travellers to Saratoga Springs, Lake Get rge, Whitehall ami LoiW Canada, are informed tliat lliey will insure to them- | selves au eipeditioiis and pleasant Ionv. yance to the j'j Springs hy taking the Itril Una I ram at Albany. ,, HOURS OF DEPARTURE. V, From Albany. From Saratoga. r? At G o'clock, A. M. I At 7 o'clock, A. M " J " P. M. I " IX " P. M. There is no change of Coaches or Baggage Wagons, or shifting of Baggage from one Steamboat to another on this route. Passengers on their nrriral at Saratoga, will lind stage coaches T iu readiness to convey tnetn to Lake George and Whitehall on A Lake Champlain; connecting with all the principal Northern hi and Eastern Stage loutes. '1 A Stage (for the convenience of passengers who arrive by R the afternoon train from Albany,) leaves Saratoga at 5 o'clock ai A. M. arrives at Whitehall in time for the departure of the bi Champlain steamboat of same day, and briugs eastern trav Iters vi to Rutland, Vt early iu the evening. N. B. There are baggage wagons always in readiness, at Al- tt baity, on the arrival of the steamboats and rail road cars, to car- In ry the baggage of passengers direct to and from the dej>ot end ~ stsamboat at the rate of ti'? cents per Irunk or package, or 12,X 4 cents for ordinary travelling baggage. The depirturss for the west are tiled for the season at 7X 7* o'clock, A. M. and 7 P. M. J,' JOHN COSTIOAN, Superintendent. " Albany, June 27th, 1IH2. jc27 3mr ILAlLitOAU NOTICE. ~ b' MARKET AND FREIGHT LINK. * NEW imUNrTviCK AS L> N EWYoTTk. J, THE NEW JERSEY Railroad and Transportation Com- y J- pany have estnblivbed a Freight Line between New) Brunswick and New York, which they iutend to run perms- ? nentfc-. o, Leaving New Brunswiek at 5X A. M. daily, (Sundays eg- ? cented) and the foot of Liber tyrVreer, New York, at 2X P. M. 0 To comrtry dealers and the above line is very desirable for the speedy and cneap conveyance ol merchandise }| of every description, and more particularly to Drovers and ? Dealers in Live Stock, who can have IK> head of cattle convey- j> sd between New Brunswick end New York, fhe same day M wh ever required. I j<i Tlve nln for ihe t.Miuportnrinn of cattle, horses, mnles, &1 sheep, hoics, &c. and all other kinds of merchandise are very |fl low, never exceeding steamboat prices. ju charge in crossing the &oith River. ai The Company have fitteal np a large storehouse at New w Brunswick, adjoining the Railroad De|H>t, which will alwaya s kro|ieu for thr reception of merchandise. Passengers purchasing their tickets at the ticket offices, will receive ferry tickets grans. n| Freight for Newark, Eluabethtown, Rahway, West- ,i field, Flainfield, Scotch Plains, Bonudhrook and Someiville, is ,) conveyed by the above lines, and delivered the same day when < receirid, mid Sin* * fitA OCEAN HOUSE, Long Branch. Rumson, cL . J* Brown's Dock, Middle to wo, Eat onto wn Dork 3C^^3H^K-and Red Bank, Shrewsbury.?The steamboat t lOLAS, (Japuiu Allaire, will leave New York from Fnlton ? Market Slip, East River, every, morning at 8 o'clock for Red Bank, (eicent Thursday, on which day the boat goes to Eatoutow n Dock.) Returning, will leave at 1 o'clock each day. ,, The Iqlas will run as above, navigation and weather permit- r,j ting, until further notice. |> All freight and baggage at the risk of the owncra the'eof. ?l June 2JL 1812. jc20'lmc K CHEAP EXCURSION to the Fishing a & Banks rvery day, escept Tuesdayi and Fn- I A X__JnL_X_<la)i?Fare 26 cents each way?The steamer ol NAPOLEON, Capt. Hanco*. w ill run regularly totliealiove place every fair day, and leave as follows?Foot of Hammond *J street at 9 <ycloek, Canal street quarter past 9, Market street ? half past 9, Cath iriue ferry Brooklyn 9Pi, pier No. I North ri- c< ver at 10 o clock. On Tuesdays and Fridays the Napoleon will make afternoon * rirurtinns to Coney Island, landing at Fort Hamilton and fin Bath?(the steamboat General Jackson will continue to ran to the same place every' other day in the week)?and leave as ffdlows?Foot of Hammond street at 2 o'clock, Canal street at a quarter past 2, Pike street 25a, 1'ier No 1 at :i o'clock?Fare 26 eenlseach way. The boat will remain at Coney Island one hour and a half, and arrire aa New York by 7 o'clock. jll lm*c 8TATEN ISLAND KERRY. I Foot of Whitehall street. w Tlie steamers 8TATF.N ISLANDER and SAMSON tl will leave New York and Stiten Island every hour, from OA tc M to 7 P M. All goods are required to be particularly marked, w TAILORING. " 5 REMOVAL. PHILLIPS' CASH TAILORING ESTABLISH' I ME NT. ' ol Ii removed from 145 Broadway "> No. 7 Aster House. !' ECONOMY t IN GENTLEMEN'S DRESS. t Garments of a most E1?-?ant ami K?ihian ihle kind ? t a saving of 60 per cent for cash. i? vpHK advertiser deems it unnecessary to remit tj the hack- n A neyed system of givmit a li-t of nominal prices, presantinK that the leiiKlh of time lie has heeu ouldulwl. tofelkcr with the extensive |?ttronafc bestowed on mm, will pros - a <uin cient Toucher for his capabilities. Possessing the advantage ol (? being connected with an eitenaive cloth establishment ill Europe he confidently assets that he rati furnish clothes which, oil com- w paj-ison, will bn found lower then any other house nukir.K up |j the best descriptions <if e' ntle#n's dress. w mylJm . R. PHILLIPS, 7 Astor House, Broadway r, MARTIN'S Cash Tailoring KntnblUlunciit, fs Removed to 151 William street, corner of.Inn street. rpHE subscriber, in announeinx the above to Ins friends and 1 1 the public in Keiiers). takes leavs to return thanks for the I ibeiul iwtronaitr bestowed on him sti his former place of bust- *' ness, and assures diem that avery article ordered o| him shall. {I as heretofore, he e.-t, nwilr, and trimmed in the neatest and ' most stylish matine. I to materials, the ttewest and best in n the market, and at f pontine sating of 30 |i?r cent. Strangers a< are reijuested to cal ind eiainine. Gentlemen who | refer purchasing their own cloth. Ite., can E hate them made and trimmed ill the style that has turn sueh Central satisfaction during the last four years. Leery garment warranted to fit, and made by the best workmen at the followiUK prices, sitt.:? hi Dress Coats 00 In $A M Frock Coats 8 00 to 9 JO Pants auil Vests 1 7J to 1 00 Over Coats 00 to II 00 f fj7~ No garments ready made?all inane to order, and a suit J furnished, if neeeasary. in 21 hours. n, r. itn MICHAKL F.. MARTIN. % RETRENCHMENT THE II ORDER OF THE DAY. T"HF. Subscriber, with a view of meeting the exigencies of ar I the times, has made arrangements whereby he will hence- O forth br enabled lo furnish garments of the very heat quality, at an immriur saving from former charges. Having made bis purchases exclusively for Mali, he is determined to compete with the cheapest,! on the ready money It '.ncifde only ) while he pledges himself to continue the sain, observance of t ie. nice | and punctuality whieh for the last fifteen yi ara haa charaeteri- t red Ida establishment. Ocntlrinen are refer red to the annexed ,,v list n| prices, with the assurance that the artielea emimerata'd m a hall be equal in quality and sty le to the moat coatlv. Dieaa coata ofiuwr wool dyed cloths, from $19 to 24. Pants, do do caaaunere, 2 to 10. Vegts, of every fashionable variety, J VI to yn, (ienilemen wialiinf to fuvniali their own materials can have their garments made and triinraed m the same atyle ol elegance, q in proportion to the ahove. ^ N. B.? Mr. B ilieoeh, Ions known as one of ihe mint fashion- lr able cutters, continues in the establishment. CHAfl. COX, Sign of the Oolden Fleece, ?e je28 Im ni til Nassau street, ueo Maiden lane. 5 NE" NE1 "watering pla'ces,&c7 " SH ARON SPRINGS. ;MIK I'AVILI.ION.-Thi, lirw conimuilioi; < H?Vrl will We 1 - 0|H*B lor the of fuiiort oil itMi !>. r tl,r l.rvt of I lucnr&t. if ihe Villujr uf Sharon Springs, Scltohnt .? Couu'v. 1 r w * ork. | The clear pure water cf the springs, fit-.itly r<?u.Min^ iosc or the white sulphur springs oj vi.^inia, have been j oveu to he lu^ efficacious in Kiieitinalic, ('ut ile us, liil?- j us ami Dyywpttc cdmphinf*; ix,i! in the cm ?>f Kr>?i|??!ts, J ilirncuin, Scrofula, Liver Complaint, an I n ral debility, j id in many #flu*r resi*^ t?, (hi <* rtid .1 by -..mic of tin oti eminent me lital proft'tiors in the United Stat? i) in'-dki- | d and Itealiir.; properties un*tii|?a*.o?-dl ?nd In !: \**d to uuc- . tailed by any in tins country. Added to these, tfte rides in the vicinity, humerc.iui villages, Itetisive views, neighboring cat * I ?????iatitie see;. *ry arc J notiir the uvini ?tr,i ?.-? ti.~?.. ... v.t, r . Ii?.u 1 summer, eitin r health or pleasure. These springs are but a few hours rid- fro*.! Sarotuea, Troy, Ibanv. Ike,, and ar?* acc^ssable from t 'inaioharie on lb* &nu Utica railroad, wb?r?' carriages daily aw of flit- irrival flu? morning cars from Schenectady and Ltien, o carry vUirs to the Springs, a distance of about t ight mil*?. arriving in no- for dinner; ilsoby th Albany and * Mfrj 1 ill v tut?ke by daily stages, being about forty-five miles to il of the ty of Albany. Warm, cold ami shower Baths famished it all times, either ' J?. mineral or fit sh water, and every att? ntion given to reur the stav of suitors agreeable. An lounuance of the puicst mountain spring h*r " ?r??r*-d for u season. O \V . B. lil'j|)NK\ . THE SPRINGS IIOTEL.?This Hotel w ill be o\KiirA at e above viUajte of Shirou Springs, for thereception <d nsj. rs, and combining all the ad^antatrcs of ibis delightful sinner residence. JOHN V. KTTEN. n20 1??\> ? NN *T CATSKLLlTW) ITNTA1N HOUB AT TllK PINK ORCHARD.?1812. ^HIS romantic and fashionable resort Mill be conducted dur ing the present season under the direction ami supe. iutcnince of the subscriber. It his undergone a complete and orouy h repair, and is now open for the reception of visitors, o effort w ill be spared to maintain the deservedly high t hai a cr which it has heretofore gcuttired. As heretofore, its tables will t?e furnished with every delicacy at the New York market can afford; and every possible atntion that can promote the convenience and enjoy merit of its ivoqi will be promptly bestowed* The road : uliny to this tablishrm nt and especially that part of it on the inoiiiitain, has en rendered perfectly smooth and safe. Messrs. A. h. Beach & Co.'s excellent line of stages will run heretofore regularly between the landing and the Mountain ouse, on the arrival of the boats. C. L. BEACH, Proprietor. Jnne 13th, 1812. j. It iun KATH HOt LONG ISLAND.?Tjili long and wall Itnown boarding and sea bathing est blithrot t, having rently undergone numerous improvements, among which is the ection of several elegant summer hoaues upon Lhe margin of e ocean, is now open for the reception of company during the ason. The great extent of private beach on this shore?iSc rfect security in bathing, even for ladies and children, (Hit (thing houses being w ithin a stone's throw of the mansi'n.)? shady,cool ind deltghcftol loexut grove adjoining the house lie plea.vant rides in the surrounding country?the excellent thing grounds and other sources of healthful recreation and nuseineui? ill- beautiful view of the At! niic ocean and the wer bay, almost constantly enlivened by numerous vessels riving or outward bound, render this situation iu evary react uiMMjualled by any in the vicinity. Its accommodations tapw* tha dry aad lhe trapernUure* evea intat rrnest d iv* of summer, anything but oppressive. The cobmicnce of communication and distance, (being but nine miles r>m Brooklyn,) the access by stages at hours acroiuinod u. <l business render it peculiarly well adapted as a residence for lurlcmeii of busic ss in New York. WILLIAM BROWN, Proprietor. T> A HPTT T>1 TTT TA ? \7T' JJA I.J1 JDUlijLfli)IVJk5, FORMERLY IIKNSH.UV'S, at Long Branch.-This ntensive and <lulijchilul Sea B vihiiiy K<taM: slmuut will be K in d bv the subscriber on the 27th June, iu&taut. He beK*? s|iectfuilv to inform its former .patrons and the public, thai Misiderable addit ions and alterations, rnrruauinz the comfort*, ive been inade since last year, and will be in complete readies for their accommodation. WisbiuR'to be as reasonable as the times will afford, the board ill be seven dollars oer week uli t jreir, instead of ten del" rs as formerly. Children of a certain a^e and servants half price. *>rses full fed, $3,50. He hoj ... lit- may My without i in puts- I [in, that table ainl accommodations will br equal to any on out; Br inch. Young |ieople not requiring too much room,will id accommodating terms. j* 22 lm? r JAMES GREEN. BOARDING. AT DEAL, MONMOUTH. CO. N. J. EWI8 K. HANKINSON respectfully informs his friends J and tin- imlilic that lit- ha. tittt-d up ill the best style the uuse .orinerly occupied by Jacob Corlrs, at the above le most li'-atlilul .mi llion ? the sei coast, about 7 mile, front ed Bank, and fourteru from Higstown. Stages pats through id fro'o nn-ttt the Philsdt Iphia car.. The terms of hoard will r found verv moderate. Also, stabling, Ac, for horses, on rry reasonable terms. L. K. H. pledge.-* himself that no effort of his will be wanting > lender those wno patronise him comfortable, and that Ins ause will be found ecpiat to any along the coast. te'in Im r NORTH CANAAN, (Conn.) July II, 1812.?J O BctfistTT Dear Sir.?For several days past I noticed in your daily. (which by the way I receive regular) uir discription of Kasliionable Watering places, and I looked u-in all ov-r Inii <1 i*l tu t find any mention made of OUR HOUSE. Now very likely yon have never beard of this place, as I lilt it last autumn just in tim- to lake a .null wrinkle of the rintertravel from New York to Albany, and by the way vtral gentlemen from your place, thought they would call lis summer a.d spend a lew weeks, but as I generally satisfy msu that calls mice that he ratuiot do lietter than to call again, doubt whether I will see one of them nntil|nrit winter, hen am sure of ilu-m. as this will Im- about as good a route a. they in take, as the rail road w ill be comp.eted from Our House to Ft-nt SiOchbridge, and that perfects the chain of rail road fr<un Ireciibush to B idgcport. Now,, I wish you to umlerstand imethingol'the particulars or our location. We are within ne mile of the north line of the State of Connecticut, sur>iunb d b\ Am f ?Ilost kind of BOOttllMi ami on the top Oft OM f them is a splendid leke, that abound* in fish umost m tallai le mountain itself; we have other very fine lakes. The [ousatonic River one half mile from us, and the tributary reams of which 1 htstard nodihc in tayinf for Trout im ikr fi<hi?ig, are not second to any in New England, it iri the orld. Then there is no arbitrary law about birds in onr addning towns in Massachusetts, perhaps a few could be caught, id put ' ft w of them with plenty en fish, and we wiD hate a derable dinner. The way to get from your place to this, is ist to drive to Catharine Mantel *lir? and take the sUuiimi imrod, (which by the way is a craft hard to beat) and on your rival at Bridgeport take the carson the Honsatonic rail road, hich will let you otf at our bouse at precisely 4 o'clock*. I*. M. oppose you call up yousself, a*i<l ask your friends to come, 'here are the falls too, some fifty feet perpendicular, more or ss, that might be named, but I am net disposed to tell you all tout this section, is 1 had rathei people should look if over for temsrlves. By the way, pay your fare on board the boat trough, as ^rou save half a dollar in the fare, it then being only 2.50 from New York to here. The cars leave Our House lily, and passengers breakfast here and dine in New York. Yours, with respect, jll 2w*e JOHN BARSTOW. > ED FORD MINERAL . SPRINGS?Thia well known !' watering id&cc, situated in Bedford County, Pennsylvania, now Open lor the reception of visitors. To those who have never visited the Springs, it may be necesr. tOflN that they are Situated near the treat Western Turn* ke, which puwi through Pennsylvania fi im Philadelphia to ittsbiirgh, a few miles east of the chief elevation of the Alkiauy ?1 mnlain . Every thing has been provided at this watering place to render sojourn pleasant to those who are seeking health or enjoyment, musement will l>c found suited to all tastes, and a good band Tmusic will be in attendance. A daily stage will leave Chimbmburg in the morning, and rive at the springs the same eveniuv, or if persons prefer the Old,. 11..1 II.. .1 II.-.11 u' I..1. inveyancrs from there to thespriugs. The liberal patronage extended to the snbsrriber the two last anions, will ensure the renewed exertions the coining season, >r t imusemant and comfort of his nests, WILLIAM REYNOLDS, jetteod lm*r Proprietor. DRV GOODS, JOl lf E?Thial Ward Mtttnf?Th?dulsrata dry goods, ^ groceries, hardware, boots and shoes, hats, crockery, glass, ooden ware and fin ware, stationers, clothiers, conftctioners, afch and cabinet makers, and all others who feel themselves triered by the oppression ami unwarrantable manner in w hicli 10 city authoiities permit n nam rotis herd of foreign ncdlcrs > COLgr?g*te throughout the ward in the streets and on the sideaJks, to the injury ofoarwrt i I trades, then by dt privfng as ho pay rent and taxes of our privilidge as citizens of making i honest living to *up|*rt ourselves and families,are particular' requested to meet at 21.') Greenwich street, up stairs, on lay Evening next, at 8 o'clock. iy!9 3 ' TO THE LADIES. FASHIONABLE MILLINERY OOODS.-Thc pvnnrietrea.a, Miaa 8 KINU, daughter of the celebrated Cwl Kins, Tt rv for vale a mnaf aelrrt anu choice axanrtimnt of Millinery oiwL, for the aprins trade, never aa yet prrernlrd to th? pnbS, both a, regard.) the quality an I chrnpneaa of the article! hp aisortment cmiaiata of the following The eelebnteTSILK IIAT, CALLED CAPOTTE D'ORKAN8, a* worn by La Dncheaae D'Orlrans, of France, HED SILK, ENTIRELY NEW AND ORIOINAL TYLE Ami Lawn Ilau Jo do?An entire d?w atyle o an called " MODINE CAPOTTES, ELSSLER COTTAGE.' Pariiimand Enicliah FANCY STRAWS, of the Aneit teiir<', in great variety. The Troprietre-i ropertfnllv aoliciti the tadiei to favor her itli a call, anil examine herelrgaut and varied atock of Milnery for tliemaelvea, before they purcliaae el?e where, aa it ill r>e a (treat rating to th>-m in prirr and a great ailtanl age as garde the (sriety and quality of the good*. MISS S. K1N<), Magazine de Modea, jeW lm*r *?3H Broadway. shirts; shirts: TNITKD STATES SHIRT MANUFACTORY,77 WilI mm street, corner of Liberty, N, Y Notice is hereby fen to Merchants and traders in general, that the Proprietors Qf le above esUblishment have adopted new method of inaiiucturing which enables them to sell their shirts at a cheaper if c than any other house in Chi* city. This statement will be hrmed by the list of prices as follows:? Per Dof. ine Muslin Shirts, with Linen Bosoms and Collars," -$7,50 Do stitched in the Bosom and Collar 9,00 Do Color d line patcrns, large sixes 7,00 Also, it Urge onsnlifv of Bosoms and f/ollars constantly on ind, which will he offered cheap for rash. j_yI lm*r SUMMER STOCKS, SCARFS. CRAVATS ANI) GLOVES. UST KK.< IVtfD, * ri?S ?f tlir ?b??e articles, conftifltingof a very liuhtand rI.-utic *tock, expretaiy lor the imin? r months. Alio?Se^t* ami Cravat*, in ureal variety. larxi* assortment of Silk, Thread, Cotton and llorakin love*?at the oh! establishment, 211 Broadway, between Park lace and Murray street. PARSKLLfl. Aaent for J. AGATE. N. B. Constantly on hand, an extensive assortment of Linen ?d Muslin Shirts, Linen Drets Front*, Linen Collars, Under armeiif*, jy 12 lm*c I M PORTA NT TO Til K PUBLIC. i LL who wish to economize rati obtain Clothing of the best V quality remarkably cheap, at 205 Canal street, one door e*t of Hud*.>ti. AU?>, a Urge assortment of Cloth*, Castiere*, Veatings, and Summer Goo?L, f?nn i? b Clothing of I ki-id* ar? in nle to order in the beat manner at v,.rf reduced ices, 205 ('anal street. jeiS5m*r SHI UTS. i MIRTH m?Hf to order. .iftrr ihr mo.t approved Krrmh 1 fulii. iv < }rtitlemrn'? (ivrmrht. of ill dr.mprinn. mod. to ?lrr ?t ihf ohortf.t ttatt**(irrricm.o'r Knrmininf iofw #7 ond *? Maidrn l*no, corner 'gftP 'Ute'' WILLIAM COLLINS. \v ro W YORK. WEDNESDAY BOOKSAND STATIONERY!" T(7) PA I'iM ~M AKKKS. PET18KF. He BROOK*. No. r.l Liberty strerf. between Broadway and Natvui street, New Yotk, import direct from tli*- Manufacturers tin* follow in* articles, viz:? U leaching Powder of Boyd it Sou's make?warranted, foi mil) a ' U Britain, and for the salt* of which they are sole agents in the United St <t *n. Kn*Iuh C> lindr Machine Felting uf veiy sup* rior quality, V.. IP, 45, ?ie>. 72. at I CI inches wide. I)r\cr Felling f stiong fabric, aud of widths usually required. Blue Smalu.?rtaving the agency of the Sutton Company's Blue Smalts, jhey arc enabled to supply FFFE, and FlfTFE; in any quantifies Wires lor Fou.diinier and Cylinder M achines, manufactured from the purest nmt tl?also, Jackets?Wet aud Press Fells. Pitln Screens, No*. L i, 3. of bt iss met tl. Orders for >tny of the . imve articles, together with Foreign and domestic rag*. Soil a Ash, Vitriol, Atuin, Twine, lie. lie., willmert with prt|apt ilteiition m 31c BOO K B I N 01 N (r PAPER Itl'LtN'G. M IRELAND, No. fa'O Nassau *tit ct, bavin* an entire new stock of Bind in* Tools and llnliu* Machinery, of the latest .Hid iiUMt approt ed patterns, is now prepared to execute til orders in tl*.- most durable and natidsonu in uuer. u ha IPs A. nut Books ai.d >1! other kinds of Mankwork ruieu <11 i ! <11111 x < ? uiv pattern*, iihI in 1 ->t\ le D warranted to give satisfaction. Any work oitlercl cm be done in4ihe KncIDh mode ii requited, II. I. lia* It id long ijaru nee in both tnt- thodi. m 18 Tlie A lit i-Angular Syn tern off WRITING. GREAT REDUCTION. FROM TWKL1K TO KIVF. DOLLARS*. Mil. RKISTOW (for this s'trson 1 .? < * mo rn lm IVnio from 'I AeI\ to b'irt ihn bringing this .: | 11 n 1 : mi LLL, I it Kuttnutuidd IF Imi taught 01 Twi'lvi U' S.sons ot .1.1 'Mr to b ! Amrimiy .V>). ??> Hi, inn I'm k I'lure Gentlemen of ,1!I age* are p'?"ilively n ho!tl,fne, cxmh'tivi:* ami iiiulu <1 busiiit n^libo style of VVi itiitg: no 111 Alter now illegible or ciamjH d live prcicnl band may be, [Sec specimen* at 2:Vi Broadway.] AND THE RADIUS A neat and handsome, delicate .tinI fashionable Running Hand IN 'i'WKIiV K EASY LESSt>NS ' \ ^ VISITORS in Ni-iv York em t ike a rourie in Three Day*!?Mr II. is to be m en from 4J ?o I A M., or Iroin 4 to B P. M. BOOK-K UEI'IN4?taught by double .iiid single entry. Kvrniiu (lasses I m I I lui*C I Dill 1 BODY'S NUNV YORK I'Kl.N PING I \K MANI T'A<' I ORY, VH llo-ir stn rt, corner'of D < ir (O'd Sugar 1 Ioiih") Printing Ink of ill color*, w irranhd 11111 to any, eon?i.tiii) v on bind .tul offered for tile our montble term*, deliverable to any pait of tli?* eiiv Ion ..f e.uK^. Printers and vetidert ale solicited t.c intke 1 uiil ?l*r!i< > irt.rle. ioMnnRMMMHHI flWaHn|a|B_BRM_aaH?1Hp OCULISTS" doc: TO iCT. P R A N CIS, OCULIST, YJO. 10 BARCLAY STREET, within iw" door* of the UN Ast;.? ilou-e.? Ifii prejurai.oiM are 1 perfect cure for all iutl untiafnry dueavjof the eye. weikiiess of sii^Ut, ? :. #_ nt'\* r fail 1 n removing nebulas oi the long* >t ?tvtn>iiu^>.n itbom any Mimical ojieratw 11 CERTIFICATES. I certify that Jacob Valentine, a vonth of about fifteen yours of ige, was brought to my bouse 1**1 I'tll, apparently blind. He c ilbil on me to-iliy, and * tales tint be In* hern the patfeul of Dr. J. Franci*, whose tr^.in nt Ins Imn ibe mem*, under God, ot restoring hi* > ?;:lit. J A M ES MIL NOR, Rector of St. Gi-orsreN Chun b. 1L ? *t. Tlii* is to certify ilnt two of iny criildieu were afflicted with diseased i ye.-, for i leiulli of time, one of them wis almost blind with nehul n, covering the sight. Kvery* remedy was resorted to without anv good effect, and despaired of th?*m ever being recovered, They are uow perfectlytu?torid to sight by l)r. J. Francis' celebrated pr? juration. DANIEL S. JONES, m Pearl street. I was almost blind for twelve yews, and in live weeks, under the skilful treatment of Dr. J. Francis, my sigbt is now per fectly good and strong. MARTHA BROWN, 177 Forty til street. I certify* to the above b? mw t true statement. GEORGE BENEDICT, Pastor of the Stauhwi street Church. I was nearly blind for twenty years with a cataract in each eye and from the use of Dr. Francis' wonderful preparation for that dise-ise, my eyes are now i?erfertl\ recovered. HESTER JOHNSTON, 41 El Irntye ?treet. We, the undersigned, having w ituessed the astonishing efficacy ot Dr. Francis' prepirations lor diseases of the eye, uuhesitiliiigiy recommend them to the notice of the , uhlic, as valuabl: remedies. Duncan Dunbar, Pastor of YlcDougal at. Church. 8. H. Cone, Pastor of the Biptist Church. Joi n Peck, Agent of the Home Mission Society. Jacob Dimmer, Pastor of the North Br list Church. Joseph And read r, Romiii Catholic Piiest of St. Peter's Church. Nunieimi* certificates can be seen at the office. Prepared and sold only by Dr. J. Francis, i o Barclay street,.New York. Eyes inserted, which cat not h<- dutiiiriiishrd from die, without giving the slight!rst Dr. J. Francis respectfully iufermshis fiiends and the jmh'ic, dnt in eooM qarecs of the increase ol his btuim ss, Dr. (Hennj. Member of the Royal College of Surgeons, London, and of the New Yotk Medical Society, lias joined him, au l every confidence can he placed in his professions) skill as an Oculist. Oiot boors from 9 A. M., until 6 P.M. }yl9lm+e NOTICES. CORP()RAT ION' NOlMi K-l'iibhc Notice i, h< r.-by ?iven, that a sale of property for unpaid tales w ill take idace at Public Auctiou, at the City Hall of the City of New Y?rk, on Wednesday, the 28th day of September next, at 12 o'clock, uoon, and be continued from day to day until the wh?}le of said property shall !>e sold, and that the detailed statement of the taxes, and property lobe sold, is published 1,1 the New ?it,i tiewsp-per printed and published in the city of New York. ALFRED A. SMITH, Comptroller. Comptroller's Office, May 30, 1812. jc2i Fiw tSepi2ttc VT UTI(J t TU CLKKKS, ami .ill oilier i trmiu w liu.c liiisi* ' ne?? rauiri them to hr constantly on their leet.?By calling fit the old cxclubve Boot Store, HI Chatham utreet. they ran he accommodated w itla the invaluable article, ROO K Rfv M KTALIC KLASTIC HKKL BOOTS, warranted in every particular, aud at the *arne price of the ordinary Beit. The km* lowing are some of the many advantages tne RUstle Heeli hare over every other kind :? F'lrst?The elasticity add* greatly to the durability of the Boot. Secondly?They make no noiae iu walking u|>ou the pavement. Thirdly?lbey prevent Boota from runuing down to the lie el. Fourthly?They enable the wearer to walk with much leaa fa'i^ue. Fifthly?They do not cut or tear carpets aa do iron or nailed heeli. Sixthly?They can be wom with comfort by those having tender feet. Av usual, constantly on hand all kinds of Boots at wholesale and retail, at manufacturer's drices, jy IJeolm* G~EOR6k COLYFfk. aiid THOMAS DLOARD, successors to Lewis B. Uriffin It Co., would reapeetfully inform their friends Slid the public, that they ate prepared to furnish timber of every description, at as short notice, and on a* reasonable terms as any establishment in the city, at their New ' Steam Saw Mill, fool of Fourteenth street, Nortn River. jy11 lm*r LOOK OUT. He who steals my purse steals trash, Btit he who fi'stie* fiom me of my good name Rob* m<* of tint which n it enriches him, But makes me poor indeed.?THhukspeaie. MARSHALL, AT HISONLY TROY SHIRT DKPOT, No.90 Chatham street, makes the above <|Uot*tion, because others endeavor to filch from him his good name, fame, and reputation. We have more than once made public the many imjFOait on* practised on dealers, strangers ami others, in pursuit of our highly reputed Troy Shirts, posoms, and Collars. But now that impositions are on the increase, therefore, we shall keep these Pacts before the public, which will expose i in posters, and may cut off their w icked designs. Make no mistakes therefore. Marshall'# only Troy Shirt Depot" is painted on our awning and window. Be particular, however, to see the name '* Marshall's" on onr window and about our store. No. 90, our only Tmv Shin !Wif ,* alt.iatoil I.I.....I IK .l.wir? from tl... rn.n, r of Prarl and Chatham streets, and n?i il>c right hand side in Chatham street, in pissing to the City Hal'. Bcclhe name IL/- MARSHALL'S - J, and you m correct. CATALOGUE OK PRICES. Strong made Cotton Shirts, with lim n bosoms, collars and wrist bands, warranted, at |?er $7?7 .VI?R?R V)?IS? 10 V)?11?12?12 V)?15?Hi?Iti 50?17?It?2(1?21?22 W-24?25 26 50-27?28. All Linen Shirts, per do*. S?n?2il VI?25-27 50? 30?32 50?36?38. Plain Cotton Snirfa, per dot. $5 50?6?7?7 .V) ?R?9. Colored Shirts, pei dpi. $5?5 50 -6 -7 8 9 10- II. Collars just received?In adddion to our former I irse itock of collirs of eeery description, 1000 dozen, all Linen foltars, at 5$ centsjptr dozen, r,2c?75c?37c?$1?1 25?I 50?I 75?2?2 25 ?2 50?2 75?3?3 25?3 50 and 4 00. including "?ir ?w*w stjle. Ms rah ill's Byron Collars, w hich It* c be?n so highly approved of. Those goods, with oar plain and raffle bosoms, eu be fonnd at marry of >he principle ready ma > linen stores throng out the city. s'uQit the maiuiftrtur rs, ' Marshall's onT) Troy Shilt Depot. No. 80 Chatham ? reet. New York. We esiitinn dealers and others against the many mistakes that hare been made of 'ate, in consequence of seeing ticketed p ices in some of the windows. Recollect, no marked or ticketed prici s arc t > be seen in on-window. But remember this the cut of ourstorr, with the prices attached, will lie circulated for tl bens nt off all 1 ; - nly ma) be n ??> in -"ir window ; and, furthermore, w e advise again, see the name and number, Ma-shall's, No. 90." No patronage asked of those who beat down. jvIN lm*c ASP HALT I'M AND MINERAL TArt. JOHN L0W1TZ, No. 2 (Vall-Street, HAS constantly on hsnd natural Asphaltum Hock and Mine* ml Tar, which are used for the tallowing imrpoie. Oardens ind sidewalks. Floring ot Buildings and Cellars, where the exclusion of moisture it required ("anil, and Bridges. Piers, Wharls and Dock*. Vaults. Batlia, Aqueduct?,Reservoirs, Sewer*. Terr.ees, Rooting. Coating ol" iron w< ik, to prevent it. oxidation by air an. water. Coating of timber work, nsed at railroads, fcc. Markets, slaughter ho tses, and Bonding warehouses, where he (Wclnsion of vermin is required. jvSlmeoil'r 'Si)l.LC( TIONH.?The Subscribers will eolleet Note Arreptanee.,* of r>< |<n*ire>, Ar. (through S..,(as itarrden A ( a. from New York to Albany) upon any y( rite Inlljwring places, and guarantee returns to the city of New York, or from six tv tight days. I 'lira, < anandaigiin, Syracuse, Rochester, Auburn, Bat.ivia, Oeneva, Bufislo. Rrrr?rrt~:-s [Krasmus Corning, 1 homer W. Olcott, Albany. I'l I \ I L' It 1 IV 1 Wall street, Now York, f J CniMl Sl'.ti ?ilil Market it reel*. Albany. pEARSALL'S OAR ESTABLISHMENT, founded it ' i nn, ?( 102 Wiivr ?treet, fire doors above Cathaiine pjar ket, the only Mtab'ishment of the kiml in /lie United State* continues to supply the Navy% 'he American, Russian, ana Spanish war <itram> rs?has (applied all the race hosts ami rink S?iat? for the last lour years?ami has ll''W the largest assortment 01 oars, sweep*, ami sculls ever collected in one place. N. It?The Branch (Jet Store on the North Hirer side, is hat up, and removed to 402 Water street; and as I save all th? esnenae* of one store, I will sell enough cheaner to those who come from the North Hirer side to pay them for their trouble. Rare boats, clnb boats, oars and sculls sold M per rent lest than last year. m5 3m*c RK E MORNING, JULY 20, 1& FURNITURE. GEORGK W. DAWSON, Wholesale ami Retail Furniture ami General Fur- . J niv/iin# Warvh(juney Xo. OT Chatham ntreety corner of Duanc itreet9 Xtie York. I J YXTHERE he keeps for sale a large assortment of the follow** iug articles .via.: Sideboard*. Bureaus, Bedsteads, Cots, I Tibles, Chairs, Office and Portable Desks. Glass Cases, Book | Cases, Looking Gl owes, Dining, Centre. Tea and Pier Tables, | Pianos, Softs, Sofa Bedsteads, Beds, Bedding. Palea*lers. Mat- ! ? tresses, Carpets, Oil Cloth, Matting and fire Irons, Wash j Stands, Toilet Tables, Candle blSiL, Bureau Bedsteads I DnMUH iilll?, Sail s, fca. - t AUo, a Wirge assortment of men and women's Wearing Ai? 1 ' parol, new and second handed. All the above articles are offered to the public at very ' low prices. Persojg in want of said articles would lind it to r their advantage to make an early call at the above establishin - ut. H Shipping orden punctually attended to and ^.rked t.n the shortest notice, and on reason <hle terms. Mattresses, Bedding, ' Ike for fitting out vessels, constantly on hand. All orders to the above establishment will be punctually attended to &ud lhauk fully received. I N. B.?The liiyhest prices ill he given for Second Haud ^ Furniture, and Gentle men's and Ladies'cast off Clothing. tf2Gm*r 1 CHINA, GLASS, AND EAR- ! THEN WARE. S ASTOR IIOIJSK. 17RKNCH PORCELAIN dinner services, 115i**i, $!*> 00 I Whtti Gr iiul' * IK M CI 00 ! Cifiieh or KuglUh Parcel tin Tea Sets, 32 41 <00 Dinner Pl iUis French Porcelnu |?er do/.eu I 01 i 41 44 Uiintte. blue, or white 1 00 ' gotin . . l no v French porcelain, dog 2 00 y Tea cups and saucers, 21 pieces 44 I .'*0 J Egg cups 44 37 L GLASS. \ Cut wines. per dozen, IY??m I 50 J ' Tumblers, " 2 00 l emonades handled 41 2 2^> . TAHI.K rt'Ti.r.HT, 1 Of the finest description, m sits or dozens, at the low price of i *17 00 the set. opened a handsome assortment of Toilet ware. 11. SIMPSON. l N. B. Agent for the sale of Simpson's Ear Cornets, for the 5, Ti lt? f ol ! 1! i" j?*2t I 111 C ^ CHEAP HARDWARE STORE. 1 rlMIE Subscriber is now op? nhig his Spring supply of i- HARDWARE AND CUTLKKYj received |*r late ar? I rivals from Birtniugllun and Sheffield. Pogethcr with a gene- t ml of D?uiit-*ric imoiw, wuich he is prepared to oficr 1 he very LOWEST CASII PRICKS. ! T att'MitiiMi of Country Merchants, Builders, Cahiiu t I .. ? see., i. solicited to an examination ol" his stock and < . f he is1 eoniwletit tiicy will find it to their lUt* rest j r him with a call. ALFRED F. LAGRAVE, 210 Greenwich. corner Barclay, Nsw York. I A regular supply of FALL RIVER CUT NAILS, and Conner A Glue. Al??>?1 complete assortment of Mechanics' Tools, James4 Screws, Ikc^ m2 3m* rillKAr UPItOLS PBV?\V7 TTEkTS. :wt: Bro.dway, V twern While and Willti'i' street.?Carpets of I'Vrry (it- ( sc.iption in vlr .mil alt-ml tofit tin' tno.t intrtcaU' rooms?Curt.tiu* mi lr aud.iltrred to the latest ?t) le. Mitr-usci, sofas, an-1 er y e!.si's mule to ord. r to 111,tell ?nv de?eri|ition of furiii- i tttre. The Suineriber not Iiavi.i; ettjienses of a store to pay. is | en ildeil lo 10 ike my of the abort' srtiries nl iiirti prices to suit 1 the times. Persons tmr :?sin; C :rjiet? *!"l Oil Cloths csuhsir I tinril t f tdvice, liy r illiii: is shove. I' iper II infillC irii-ti clran- j , d. <tr- i-i lint1 exlrst eil, kc. it i. IB* .e . REFINED SUGAR, WINES,&/ . ? lUELhlNilTON \ CAR I KH, Wine tntl ''.nn mission ' \? Mfi-fil lilt. Nil. '1 \iR hi. ci- mi*- (Innr frum W ill i ha* ju.*tr*cei i d from the u finery a quantity of sit|?erior dou !>1 Mid ?iit I'- refined Su'-rar, i;?small loaves, which lie will sell i it Iti- ii.u -I low nUt?, in |iarcel* to suit huvera. W. A. f 'arte ? '? assortment of superior Wines cannot ftil to ( pl?,w?*. The old Lomelmo Madeira of In 12, In bottle* and in j pines Mid*. 4i) I i|r. c<Mk? of v trisui a^e*; cliamiaxtM tcljri t ami i other light Wine* ot the choicest oruids, nlwavs on sale at ' low pi ices. Order* for any kind shall be faithfully eiecuted. I jyf Un#r , GOOD SUMMER WINE. 1 I B. STOUVENEL. lini?orter of French Wines of " the most approved brand*., Bordeaux Claret and other ' Wine*. He has removed from his old stand, 01 Nassau street, I to No. 21 Ann street, (n- ar Nassau) hast inent. I Always on hind, the best u d in?mt vtchtrrhf Wines, St. Julian, Montfcmut, 8t. Esteve, Lalitte, Medoc, Ike. in barrels, '* hill cask* and case*. Also, Champagne. various brands; Bur- . gundy, Hermitage, Ike.; superior Cognac Brandy; best quality . Gin, Poet Wine, Portugal and Spanish Wines. J. B. 8. will alsose'lhy the dozen buttled Wine for private ' fatuilies, which will l>e sent to any part of the city, alio by the c gallon or otherwise, to those who may favor him w ith their pa- ( froiiag'-. No Wines are impure sold by hiin, as he import* them 1 direct. i J. B. S. has opened a boarding house at Hol?oken, oppo- c site Vanvhall Garden, on the in tin road, wbcic i> kept an assortment of the best Wines. Private parties supple d w ith good ' dinners and refreshments. jy 12 I in c > HATS. _ | "HATS! HATS! HATS!!~~ I DROWN & CO'S One Price Hat Store, wholesale and rr? I tail, 171 Chatham Square, cornei of . lott street, where fashion, beauty, durability and ecnuotny tie combined to adorn the head. The proprietors have the pleasure now to offer in addition fo their recently unproved ifn>rt napped Hat, a new style, the imitation of beaverr, which so closely resembles that of all furs the most costly and beautiful, tint the difference is not ensilv [M-rcrivrd. Price tlirrr dollar*. We stiictly adl.t-rc lo the one price cash fyilrm, wliich enables na to furnish * very iu|>erirtr flat for the price chanted. Iu DrearUtiliK these Hat. lo the public the proprietors think they hare readied the ultimatum of beauty, durability, cheapueas and comfort. m< 1m* JEWELRY. \\TATCHKS ANI> JKWKI.K V VF.KV LOW-The anb?* acriber is aelliiiK all description. of xolil anil silver Watcliea, ifold and silver pencils, ((old chains, kr\ a, Si<\. at retail, lower than at any other place in the city. Gold watches i as low as 26 to 30 dollars each. Watches and J. welry eschan- | Red or bought. All Watches are warranted lo keep ROOtkime, or the money rctnmed. Watches and Clock. repaired in the best manner, and w arranted, at much less than the usual price', I by oue of the finest workmen in the city. W. C. ALLF.N, Im* tsirter of Watches.ind Jewelry, wholesale and reta I, In Wall street, up stairs. jel9 lm*rc l.l I MISCELLANEOUS. i "ECONOMY, ELEGANCE, AXIJ (,i< ?OU . I LIVING. THE undersigned his, at a great expense, fitted up our of I he largest and inost splendid CofTc-e and Eating x-a iii New York, in which one huii'lr'-d persons at lea?t can ait dow n t to an excellent and substantial breakfast, dinner, and tea, [from the choicest supplies of the market*, with a bill of fare notricellcd either .is regards quality or number of dishes] by any hotel in the United Stiles, and varying in prices from si* cents to one shilling and eighteen pence per dish. The pun st J in and M<>cka coffee and the very beat tea*, and served at only three 3enU per cup. And all other refreshments in propoilion. The waiter* are uniformly ci\ il and polite, and every visitor may he assured of feeling in this establishment quite "at ho rut." In fict, every department of the business is under the niperinfen* d* lire of roiniH lent overseers, w hose sole care and attention artdirected to trie comfort and conveniences of customers and guests. , IlKNUY OQ8IJNU. Proprietor of the French and American Kiting House, Nm 61 and 66 Nassau at, between Jalin st and Nl-vdei* Line. I*. S.?Open Suudus for breakfast, dinner and tea, jelfl 3inr AUtfANOE (H1 AIR AND OK BCENK is not, only essential to health, but a great source of enjoyment iti the Summer season to the residents of t crowded citv. For this, nothing can compare with a JAUNT TO HOBOKEN, to thoie who can leave New York only for a few hours. Its shady and diversified walks along the river?the invigorating from the water?the picturesque beauty of its scenery ?the many line and commanding views presented from the summit of Ca tie Point, and other points in these enchanting grounds?the romantic site of the Sybil's Cave?the drluiiiAf verdure of the F.lvman Fields, ei livened in the afternoon h> d excellent hand of music, all conspire to render this by far tfiv most favorite place of Hummer resort. Access is ret Irrertcgft) h> the Barclay, Usual, and Christopher street Kerry Boats, , which ply constant I \ during the d i\ tml evening, jy l52w* r nno amaTeurs of the flutb -m, rarton pupil of the late celebrated Flautist, Charles Nicholson, | having recently arrived from Europe, begs to inform the public that it is his intention to devote a portion of hia time in giving instruction on the Flute, according to the system of tlie above . celebrated master. For terms. apply at 77 Chambers-street, Broadway, from th* hours of 8 till 2. je24 lmeod?rc TO (IUN DEALERS?? CJuns, Pistols, and Sporting . -* Articles1 too Sitifiltf Barrel Fowling PlfCM 1 100 Donbl* Guns, imifAfion twitted j J00 do do rrAl twisted mid patent Breech. <000 Pair* of Pistols?assorted?IWhli tie refit, varieties. Kifles and Kin? B i.iel??Locks end lrimt|in/i ! < ?aine Baks?Powder Klasks end Percussion i ips i Sporting articles generally. The above articles will he told at unheard of low ptices, by A. W. 8P1R9 * CO. I IV W 1 in r '} I 'I |\ ul *tre. f. IRON, CAST IRON, AND STEEL RENDERED RUST PROOF, COR ONK t GNT PER POlNI> OibT ! SI THE WHOLE IMPORTANT ART AND MYSTERY OF QALVAS1SINQ. Otherwise linking Iron, Cut Iron, and Steel, lie., mule plain and ea.y to every one, [with *n engraving of the T<miIi necesa.ary iii ihit new tm.lnr.s;! My OKOttOE JOHNSON Formerly fri e Merchant of Caientta. Thi? hook ii for sale at all the Booksellers. Price 2J rents only?or address per letter. po?l paid, Mr. George J.>hnsnn?cai? Me?ar. Butler., No 8 Gold ?t. >?'2?? tm?c HOT AND COLD SALT WATEK RATH*. DABINF.AU'S New Hot and Cold Salt Water II ol,., at IN the foot of DesbVnsses street, llhird pier south of I'an-I street, North River,)are now ojwn for the accommielation of | both ladies and gentlemen. Open from sunrise until II o'clock at night. N. B. The water where the hatha are stationed has been I deepened, which rendervol a. pure as any other situation ijith. vicinity of New York. On Tuesday's the Bath is eielu.ively devoted to ladles lit til 3 P. M. A band of music will lie in attendance every pl? asant evening. Price of a cold bath IIX eis, < warm hatha V) ^____ ie.l tm*r , ?tOAL AFI.OAT^flO tons superior quality Scotch Coal J OLOVf'r & Mc.MURRAY, inn Pine ?t. cor. of South. jy lit , . | riONIIONRkl ie r British barque Coueteaa of Aiian,Imm v' Liverpool, will please send their permits miiIkmiJ, piei I? i K R, or to the office ofihesnhienber without ih lay. All goo I. | ( nor |>ermitied in five day. tntiat nn*lVJ'Jti {svnriaYa E ' * Y\ ni? r>l *? I f^OLLICCTlONS on all i>art*ur the I nittd But a, mad< rh? mn.t fnvorabl* trrm?" ... . , ? For i/ii fi il'l in.l filter pichiijil.WjI*? JfL.'JJ* ,,"tl t r,Mfi, by 9. J- SYLVLoTFjII, j vlfi r Will ?t, am) i n Broadway, a iera: 12. IKfrolt, .Mlcl?. [Corre*|iuadt'BCc of the Herald.] I Detroit, M i<_ Ii ., July 12,1HI2. f.iff in Detroit?Ejccurtion to the Upjtr Ijikm?Mr. Eon Burnt in Detroit, A'*"i.vmks < iokdon ueVNKIT, e*h.? 1 >ear sir :? 1 have long considered it a very singular tiling that ou have no regular correspondent in this "City of he Straight." Certainly, with her ten thousand inlabitants?the number of professional gentlemen? arsons who have little else to do but to write to you icrusionally?and the many who, having no business it all of their own, are always attending to the busings of others?it is very singular. There are a great many things going forward here hat would be interesting to the readers of your ex ellent journal generally, and particularly to {>ersons tequainted with us; 1 cannot understand why I have lot seen, " Wanted, a good correspondent in Deroit," long before this, inserted in the Herald. I lave no idea how many papars you send here, but iclievc your subscription list might be much in rcascd it you could find some person able and wiling to give you a faithful history of passing events. You in New York, with the exception of some ew merchants who venture to sell us goods, know ery little of us. You never visit us for pleasure, as on do other plates, although an excursion through >ur lakes is one of the most delightful triiw in the vorld. A stop at Cleveland, this place, Mackinac, daniton Island, Milwaiikie, anil thence to Chicago, viiuessing our beautiful scenery, breathing our tcallhful atmosphere, und tasting the endless variety "resented to the traveller, is more desirable far, thaii he tour of Europe. Come und see us. The splenhd steamboat Buffalo leaves Buffalo on the 21st in tiilit, nn a pleasure excursion to llie Upper Lakes. Captain Allen, lier commander, is one of (lie finest ellows that ever trod a deck. Hie goes to the Sanlt le St. Marie, thence to Ureeti Hay, stopping at the ndiati Settlements; the price of fare is within the each <>| every prudent man, and twenty lour dollars 'xpeudcd for the whole trip will hi'belter laid out n promoting health and comfort, than twice that mm laid out in making short n ips about New York. Dome yourself by all means. Hut of I letroit and what is going on here. The most important matter our good |>eople have had oil hand for some time, is the reception of Lx-President VnnBuren; and the way our democratic Cor;>onition, mixed up with Whigs, forming the committee of arrangement, have managed the thing, is singular and amusing. If Mr. Van lluren thinks well of it, of course nil will be right ; hut the blunders that have been made will he a source of merriment for us for a long time. Mr. Van Buren arrived here on Friday afternoon, n the steamer Ureal Western,one of the most aplenJid vessels that ever floated, ller gallant comH inder, Captain Walker, unexcelled by any in the >Id or new world, brought her gracefully to the foot >f our principal streets; and the Kx-Presidenf landed imid the roar of artillery, and the cheers of a deigltted |?eoplc. Here the piocession being formed, tominenced its march through our principal tho ouglifares and tashionuble streets, to the American totel?a sorry third rate whig concern, owned by a irother of the celebrated Nick Hiddle ; all, as is aid, because the house has a sort of balcony in rout, front which Mr. Van lluren could make a speech?a pretty compliment, truly. The Hx-Presiitent was then, in an appropriate manner, welcomed io iiie city, ami in a very neat speech. returned [hanks for uu' attentions bestowed by hisfellow-citicens. lie received many calls dnriits? the evening, ind retired to rest at an early hour. The next morning he was called on by a committee from Clevc.ind, appointed to escort liini to that place?received alls until one o'clock, and ut tour dined with Col. >. li. Dibble, at the Michigan Exchange. Duscripions ofdinners and dinner parties are seldom inter sitng, hut you will |>ermit me to say, that on this iceasion nothing so far west could exceed the aste and elegance with which the entertainment vas served. The company, consisting ol the Exi'resident., the Governor of the State, Judge Wtllins of the I'. S. Court, Chief Justice Morell, Judge ilansom, the Mayor and Cecorder, Gen- Brooke, ind Col. Garland of the U. S. army, mid several ither gentlemen?in all, twenty-live, comprised the mrty. The dinner was elegant, and the wines in the greatest variety, delicious Too much praise cannot he bestowed on Col Dibble fortius rich entertainment dike complimentary to his guests, and creditable to himself. In the evening Mr. Van Buren called on his old friend, < ?en. Schwarz, and spent some time at a party given by his Honor the Mayor. On Sunday he visited the Methodist, Catholic and Episcopal churches, took a temperance dinner with his Excellency the Governor at the National Hotel,and spent the evening with the Hon. John Norvell, late of the U. S. Senate. Yesterday he took a trip 011 our Western Railroad,accompanied by several gentlemen, to Ann Arbor, visited the University of the State, with which he was highly gratilied, and relumed in the afternoon in time to meet his friends it the residence of the Hon. Judge Wilkin*.and left here at 8 o'clock P. M. in the steamboat Fairport, intending to stop a short time at Sandusky city, on lis way to Cleuvelund, where he will spend a day. rhenre to Erie. Pa., where he will visit the neo?|e, and proceed to Buffalo. Returning to the fem ire State, Mr. Van Ihiren willjie hailed with enhnsiasm. and trea'ed with that respect and attention ie so well deserves. Setting aside the blunders of nir Committee, every thing has passed off pleasanly, and to the credit of our citizens generally, and ire hope that this reception will induce more ot our listingulshed men to visit us. Mr. Van Ihiren look" xtremely well; indeed persons who have been long acquainted with him think that nny alteration in his appearanc# has been for his beneht. We have a very gay town here : very many elegant women ; splendid parties, and all the endless variety ol amusement found inmost eastern towns. Dan Marble has been playing here for a few nights, badly supported, anil left last evening for Buffalo.? Shall I write you again I Begging compliments to die young editor. I am yours, respectfully. O. P. Q. Vlckshung. [Corrc?|K)ndt'nce nf the Herald.] VifKSHt'rn, 3d July, 1812. Itvcl?Editor Shut?Nrgro Stabbed? 7V.iyi J feetmg?A'cie Flint hi id I Move*, etc, etc. T.\s. % . HnsNtrrr, Eso. ! >t.i* Km : ? ffnowing you have a kind of paternal regard for the whole Union (and Europe loo) so lar as the possesion of the earliest knowledge of passinv events is concerned, I therefore commence this epistle, believing 1 shall have item" enough to fill it out. The most prominent i* the duel between .Tames S. Fall, editor pro tern, of the Vickshnrg Kentinel and Thos. E. Robins, ex-cashier of the Commercial and 1 Railroad Bank, and now head manager of the e|F'-cts of said Railroad at a salary of $?8,0110 per annum, besides the pickings. There lias been an old feud between the Sentinel nnd said financier for se I I Ul > r , , -,p. ,ng < l.. I I,! I,,. II Hint INK III.IUI- ny nilSentinel against the alleged corrupt management of the affairs of said I),ink. Tom Robins, whs however " too smart" to call " old Itagan," the real editor, to account. Docf. Pagan is now in I-ingland, and Fall rnlher revived the affair a few weekssince, and the meeting took place yesterday morning at 10 o'clock, about dt> utiles below the city, and I*all was shot at the first fire by the "great regulator" who proved to be as successful in putting " balls in motion" when brought up to the mark,as he lias been in conducting, to his own advantage, Ins financial schemes. Fall returned to this city about sundown last night in a steamboat, and uuite a crowd attended him. I le was taken On shore by six sturdy Irishmen, (bundling him as gently as a dove), though I doubt if the same gentle treatment would have been tendered to his well opponent. It loia pioduced unite n sensation here, I)oct. Green, a brother of Dofftireen, was second and surgeon to Fall, and the Doctor has assured me this morning there is no danger, and that Fall is doing well. At the landing <>f the boat, a negro hoy engaged in a trade of the same name as Robins, (viz i shaving), prompted by lite noble exampla of his " illustrious predeoee.-nr:" stabbed his employer, though not mortally! The hoy is in iatl!?Kohins is at arge !!! Lnstniglit the long-talked of Texas Meeting came iff?? full attendance; lots of speeches and fun Kxiovernor Runnels, well known as the great (manual officer of the Union Rank of this State, the Ktsoissinpi bond seller, and nuthor and performer of he celebrated song of " Roaring Rivar," so welj nil truthfully described liy the great " Wiocco foncs," (tiv-tlie-bye, have you read Bhocco'a work ? I not, I will send you a copy!) The Governor and 3o| Peyton are raising some emigrants to go io IVxns to make money, and up to this time can count tH? men, good and true, on their list; and a better eadrr in such a cause cannot lie found. They will itart about the 1st August The Governor has |om< d he " Teetotallers," hut "fortius night only," being mrrounded hv his old hove, such as Torn < irrcn, the I LD. Pr|< e Two Cents. Vocal Representative, Col. Mow, Major IVyton, Cm|iI. Hodley, etc. etc., could not withstand the temptation to take a siiihII burst. All however went otfnuiet! 'l'he Railroad Company, (that is the aforesaid Tom Robins) is about to issue n new shinplaMer for the mini of " Twenty Five Cents," redeemable one hull at a lime in travelling, within the year 1842 ? Redeemable in " no other way, nor alter said date." I* not that rich ! To-inono\v brine the 4th, big preparation!* are making. I shall keep you advised regularly ol matte raj mid thing!-, as your readers here will like to see a notice of their onee nourishing town published in your valuable journal. Yours, Dknizsn. Carlisle. Pa. [ Correspondence of the llendil.] Carlislb, July Itf, lft-12. Sad Accident?Death of a Youus; Ijidy mthe arm t of her Lover. Mr. Urn not? Dkar Sin? 1 write to inform you <?f one ol the moat melancholy accidents that has ever liapia-nt-d in this place. A young lady by the nuinc of Rebecca Ib-ard whh riding out for amusement, this afternoon, with u Mr. Scnovel, to whom she was to be married ou next Tuesday, and as they were riding past the distillery, at the lower end ol the town, her hone became frightened at the noise of the engine, and ran off. About one hundred yards from the distillery Miss Heard was thrown from her horse, and tell on a pile of stones near the fence. When she wan picked up she was not able to articulate,and in a few minutes, before any ol her friends arrived, she died, with her head lving on her almost destrarted lover's bosom. Her friends soon after arrived, when she was taken into town. This sad accident was, however, caused by her own olistinacy. The horse was known to he very wild, and against the entreaties of her parents she persisted in riding him, (lis consequence of which was so melancholy. This was her chief fault. Hie was a young lady that was beloved by all who knew h< r. Her great delight whh to visit the poor, and administer comfort to the af inrieo iirr countenance was tilled with gentleness und benevolence?meek new characterized all her actions, and she wore the simple, unadorned garb of the christian. Neither could there have been a affectionate child?innocent and art left-?shn was made to love. Never lmd a parent a more dutiful c hild. She was very retired,indeed almost too domesticated, being seldom seen in the street except on un errand ol mercy. The young man to whom she wan in a few duyn to be married is averwhelnied in the deepest agony. He is a young man who every one has mid bias fair to he one of the most brilliant stars in the political and literary world, and whose whole time has been devoted to study. This blow will no doubt set heavy upon, and will dampen his energies. It has indeed been u snd, sail blow, to the many fnanda of the beloved, aiuiahle and gentle girl Yours, Arc. Bridgeport. [<.orrf?|>oiul<iice of til* Herald.] BxiOGironT, July 16th, 1942. (irunil Bull at Bridgeport to the City Guard. DKAK BK.N.NETF? According to promise I shall endeavor to inform you, as near as possible, of some of the doing* for the past three weeks at this place. The first and most prominent upon the tapis is the grand hull given in honor ol the City Guard, who arc* on an encampment at this place; a tnore thoroughly drilled and finer corps never appeared at this place. But to the ball?Bridgeport has seldom, if ever, made as grand an apiiearance. The hall was got up und attended by the flitc of the city; it was truly an aristocratic assembly, and has left an impression which will not soon he forgotten. The room in i. i...... in ? l.M, i ?i ? 1ih.ii ii " ?? ?? viii iw iu mi nnr icri iwii^, aiau about 50 feet in width, beautifully decorated with greens and the star-spangled banner. We had I)odworth's fine band who are so renowned for their sweet and enchanting music. We noticed hia Honor the Mayor, a dashing widower of about 30, leading oil Miss C k ot Bridgeport Farm, and a happier man we never have seen. The lady wore a beautiful worked muslin dress, with a diamond furonier upon her forehead, and bracelets of the same?happy is the man that obtains a jewel of that water. And here is Miss II?-?k, accompanied by Miss P k, to whom he is playing the agreeable; she is truly a pretty unsophisticated, modest young lady, and we wonder not at John's revelling in her charms. Mr. P?-t, of New York, nppe?re (piite fascinated with MissS g, who is among the most agreeable and talented ladieain the room? But she loves another ; I have learned The lore of woman kind? The hope which in hii bosom burned Was idle as the wind. Miss 11 ks, accompanied by Lient. M n, are seen mixing in the giddy waltz, now in the quadrille, and again promenading. We surmise n flirtation is on foot?hut for fear of mistake, let us warn the lady not to become too deeply interested, he being spoken for tome time ere this. Miss R?d. of New York, now appears hanging on the arm ol her devoted friend, Mr. C y, also of the metropolis, robed in white, and api?earing exceedingly interesting? lie pleading until she seemed to sea The burning words he said: With murmuring lip and moistened eye, She bent her fairy head. Miss K?Ids, of Fairfield, with Miss C?r, both beautifully arrayed in white, with wreaths of flowers surmounting their Ion-heads, perfectly modest and unassuming, arc surrounded by their admirers. But now we discover ihn bright particular star of the evening. Miss B k, leaning very negligently, but gracefully, upon the arm of her intended,according to re|)ort?and happy may Mr. T e, of New York, he, in obtaining the heart of one whom to look upon is to love? Love on her heart sits panting, and Thrills w ith soft desire; No grace, no charm is wanting, to set The heart on tire. Mr. B k, the grand marshal of the picknic, is seen dispensing his sweet nothings Hnd hearty laugh in every direction?and happy are the ladies who have an oppoitnnity to converse with him. The City < iuaril are wen wending their way among ih?* crowd, and charming tin- fair sex wherever they make their appearance. The immortal B?ce, the speaker of the camp, the Hercules of wit and humor, isseen leading Miss N?IIh in the danee, who, liy the hyo, is one of the prettiest ladies in the room. And now we have the hero of the rarnp, the Gov. Dorr of Bridge|>ort, who was tried, condemned, and executed, eight muskets lieing shot at him; he dencea very nimbly for a corpse Mr. D?ton, "every time he is seen,". every single time, he causes much meriment by his dry wit and humor. The supper was on the table at 12 o'clock, and did credit to Messrs. lfarnnm and Fnirchilds, the proprietoragd the Sterling Hotel, alier which we danced a few quadrilles, and retiretf, all perfectly delighted with the evening's entertainment. EvntY Timk. P.S. A description of the picnic party very soon. I'lease insert this, and send a quantity of your l?apers to our city. Yours, Raii,*". Hoshiblk?As Issast Killkd sv its liicit Mount. ?On Saturday, KMun Dtonon. an insane vomit, inons ot her unconscious moments, threw her infant daughter out of a fourth story window. The chifd fell upev its head, nnd died instantly from the concussion of the brain. It whs but twenty-one months old. 1 he mnnisr's mother was in the room at the time, taking rare of nn older child. After the fatal act, the dementis! creature never manifest ed the least emotion?not even when the dead body of hsr infant waa nhown to her. Thernuae of her insanity wan recent ami very afflicting. Aliout aix week' ago, her huabnnd, I'ctrr Gannon, a violent man, while under the influence of Ikptor, prerented a loaded piatol to her hreaat. She rtirhed 10 the window and uttered the moat appalling erica of alarm, and from that moment ahe haa been bereft of her aanaea? When the neifrhltori firat flocketl in to her nvaiatance. (fannon declared tnat the piatol waa not loaded, hut upon examination it waa found to he fully charged with powder and ball, and he then took advantage of the eonfmion of the aceneto eacape, and haa not been hcardofaince. Upon the information of f onatahle Stratton, who took Mrr. Gannon intocuatody very aoon after the death o( her child, the Court adjudged her 'to he a auitable subject for the Boaton Lunatic Aaylum, at .south Boston?Bet fen Pttl. __ fjaiikrnpts. SOT'THPRV DISTRICT OK \F W YORK. Jtri.r ID. GoorgeS K'lato.i, (late firm Koal rand K.nrton, ailk gooda denier* and import era) N. Y?achcfktle of delda upward* of SiOO.WIO? Sept 1 Lawrvnci II irrou . (late firm John Darrow and Bona, merchants,) N, Y.?Sept t. William 11. Solomon, late merchant, N. Y. William Johnton, late lirm Jnhn-on k 1 u. merchants,) y. v. Samuel M. Wolfe, Brooklyn. William liavton, Bethel, Sullivan Co., farmer. Charles T. Bcllnwa, N'ewburgh, merchant, (involuntary, on petition of Matsra, Many, Albany.)

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