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NKW YORK HEKAL1). ! Krw Yolk. 8-turday. Jaly 1843 t? -? " ?- ' All Irttera on busuieaa with thia office, and communication* intended for insertion, must be brfdrt-a* d aa heretofore to Ja.mks Gordon Bennett, editor and proprietor of the New Ycrk Heruld. MovrvKNTS on thr Nkittral Ground.?'The friend* of ( ,iaa appear to have gained recently great acc<-?io-.s oleneigy and zeal- Thty are very aclively rngagtd in making preparation for the comma campaign, and they are preparing to enter the fi'Id ia ihe right way. They are not making any h)pccritic>i|, rapoiing appeals, about the integrity o' "ihp nartv"?theiwletvof the "cause"? the ae curity of ih>? "spoils " They present in strong, but 1 temperate and dignified language, the claima of j Lewi? Cass to the highest henor which hn country ' can bestow, and defend them, not nu the ground of his adherence to a party, l?ut his devotion to his country. It is a favorable time to take upsotr.? new name? lomr man who* honesty end integrity have not b"en breathed upen by the polluting influence of violent pariizi.nship. Mr. Cass combines in his percon a great many qualities essential to popularity. As a statefmnn? n soldier?a diplomatist?above all, as an honest pattiot, he stand*, and always has ctuod. high in the estimation of a great mass of his fellow citizens. Ti e selfish and interested adherent# of the hacks of all parties are beginning to open their eyes to the fact, that the people are w earied and sit-k ot the rotten, speculating, hypocritical politicking, who have been hovering, like carrion birds, over the interests ol ihe country for the lust twenty years. The professional stump orators, aod the oHi e beggars of all compleiions, the Van Hurenites, and the Clayi'es, and the Fouru rites, have sa gicity enough now to perceive that the people are not, alter all, just as "willing to be led by the nose es arses are." A determination to drive all the unpru.c pVd money changers out of the temple?10 get rid of the incubus of party spirit?to put an end to the fierce contests of faction?and to obtain peace nnft rtrinaf id pvhtv H*v waxinff sironser in the minds ol our intelligent and honest-heatted citizens. John Tyler had a noble opportunity of taking advantage ol this grentchange in the popular mind. But the unwise counsel of unworthy advisers, operating on a weak und vacillating, though pure and honest mind, eflec'ually opened the eyes ot the people to the hopelessness of reposing any trust in that q liirter. Where then are they to go! Does not reuson and patriotism teil them that they should choose ?u uncorrupted man?one not i-killed in the m-fzy tubtlet""s of practised political intrigce? one ignorant of the accompiishmf uts which give the hacks such strong claims on the atten'ton of the gspi ig, greedy, rotten, bankrupt political mendicants ol all parties, and every description of ragged costume! Can such a man be lound amongst usl We shall see. The fi lends of Cass in Ohio recently issuf d a circular, which presents his cl'iims, in a t.mperatebut \ery forcible maimer, and disposed in a very amusingly quiet way, of those oi Van Euren ami Calhoun. This circular has been extensively circulated, and has made a great impression. Preparations have been m.ide for holding mats meetings in lavor of Cnss, throughout the we^t, and we shall soon hear of the bursting out of the fldmes in full bltze. The Ectning Pout, of yesterday, published a letter from a Iriei d ot Mr. Cass, which the fo ( siU-cts to trect w"ih great contempt. Let us give the correspondent of the Post a rather more extensive and more impartial hearing:? Mirhivtn Tnlw 19 1RJ-I Mr. Editor The Kveuiug Post ot the 8th instant,contain* a letter from this city, In which ore curtain statem jts relativiMo th-political fift'?ir* of Michigau. A< I believe you are at all .times willing to liear anil publuh the truth, 1 desire to havenn opi?ortunity of answering, through the nme medium by which that letter wat made public. 1 he rubject to wbicn I refer, is that part of the lei ter where the writer expresses hi? opi jons as to the cou-??'he ilnm icrnry ol the S'aie will pursue 9t the Cum nj- Uiltin.or? Convention. Hi say-:? ' t> i 'he aubject ot |ioliiic? the right iind of feeling en-u here?a very decided preference prevail* in tavor ot Mr V.m Buren as the next Preaiilential candidate of the democratic patt) anion* the mafses ol the people of .Michigan, 'l'ne eccasional exceptlona are i.mong mini clamcrou* partizans. who were unsuccessful suiiurs lor place under bit late administration, aud who fear that hii re-eivrtiou would again conflict with their present iuteTub writer of the foregoing if evidently a decided fiiendol Mr Van Buren, and deatrea to ensure hii nomina ion. Tothulhave no objection; it is anghteveiy m ii hai, Ireely to express his preference lor a candidate, auil to use all proper exertions in his beball. but, in dam:* <o, we should not ollow our wishes to lead us into error; that the writer of the letter has done this, a very little examination will show from wbat he say i, it would appear that the democra cr of Michigan have determine I aa a body to srpjiort Mr Van Buren, with t' e "occasional exception" ol aurne dis ippoiuteii office seeker?that the only person who haa been timugiitol at any time, as a rival. is Mr. Calhoun, and that his name is not heard now except when spoiten by the whig*. I should like 'o know liom j our correa pondent, rum what source he obtained this highly important information, altu.whethtr bedid rot.in tberour*e ol his j itirne) u.gs hear the name of General Le?is C^ss, audit h>- did, how it occurs that in ditcusiing the lift 11rs of Michigan, he does not utter even his name 7 ? On what is the opinion of Mr. Van Buren'* strength fo'iiiiteU l> it from the number of papers which advocate his ti^mn at ion ? I believe iliere is hut one in the whole State, while Dearly al. the democratic pre?? support Ca?a most strongly. Is it from demonstrations of |>optilar feeling in hi< behalf 1 1 have beatd none. Ob the other hand the prospects ol Oeneral Cass continue to grow brighter every day, aud among the evidences of this, was a meeting held in this city on the27tb June, called by about OnO of the mo-t prominent and active democrats of Detroit, when hi* nomination was most iflectively urged. The letter of your correspondent is dated the 6th July, less than ten days after that meeting, yet not one word does h? ray ab ut it?he seems to think that, notwithstanding alio' ibe fact*already stated, the mate ia aafe lor Mr. V-m B iren. "Ah! Hjrry, thy wish was father to that thoigbt." Tne- democracy of Michigan look further than to a mire preference for men; there are higher objects at stake than the ruccess of Mr Van Buren or General Cats ? TI.e principle* and measures ol the democratic party canr.ot f?e maintained, if wethould t>e defeated at the coming election ; and it ia. t'jerelore, of the greate't impor W?' m?l w C Ulllie OU (>IUl Tllall WUU CV? V UMVCll tra'e th- strong ?-t f ?rc?. We bi:li-ve thiit Mr. Van Buren cannot do thi-. We know, air, (but In |?4?, with the whole pitronage ot the government to sustain him. he rttuv. J the votes of but leven Siao s,ai.d had a majority af I'll', mm of about on<- hundred and forty th<>us*ud.? It must, ther* f ire, b? evilent that, unleas a change has taken place in hn lavoi, he will, if nominated, be again defeated. lam wull aware that ihe whig party. since tne l..at election, have lost grra'ly ; but. certainly, that chan<{i' * < not caused bv Mr. Van B'ireii, and the cerson?l up|*i?i:ion asainst Lim ii. probably, a* strong now a?e?er. Under the h?-t circumstances we would en'er int i the cont ? with doubt, tuo lid he be nominated ; wiile rur?|>pr>iienu would gam ad litienal s-rengui irom our mjn. Fo^ these reasons, we tar. rs-!y c.ill upon the dentocrn-y of the country to unite on Oeiierwl Cam, feeling confi 1?i,t tnat his nomination would be fallowed by a tti'imphant victory. It w h?t I hrtvn said, T assure yon, air, that I have no fetii.ig i?f opposition to Mr. Van Btiren Fjr from it. I hive sjKjken what I b>-li?VH to be the riews of Michigan; our people u?t^<-ir him lor hi? talents and d- mocr anc principles, an't I J lin moat heartily io the admiration ol tim exnr. ?s d b) y >ur correspondent ; but, while thu i? sc. coi l (I to him, I presume it will not b? denird that there nrnotheit in ?ur rank*, as mod men at that gentleman. We iih? the nomination ol O-neral C?? , lnrCaan' we believe that no better man or truer democrat e*i?ts,and that there is no one, arouml whom the people would ?o cheer1 11jr and enihu<iastically rally. We leel great citifld? iice. tuo, that wh^n the cenven'ion meet*. Hi decision will be in accordance with the wishea of Pennsy Ivania, Michigan, Illinois. Ohio, Indiana, New Jersey, fee-, in pr?-<eruing the na-ne of Lewi11 <-aas, of Michigan, aa the d> m icraticc?ndula*e for the Presidency, In conclusion, let me sa\, that while we desire that the Conveitiii n >h?ll be t<*l<l in Mi) , I-M4?that the delegates st,a!I lie chosen by districts and vote itidividually?jet, whenever it may beh?H, and whoever may be chosen, the .lemocracy ol Michigan will support the nominee, besrtily and zealously. f'ONTIAC. In speaking of the "movements on the neutral ground," we cannot avoid reference to those in favor of Mr. Webster. This distinguished man and veteran statesman, now occupies a more conspicuous place than ever. He has retired to the quiet ol hii home, after having brought toa Bucceastulterminawm the most important negotiations ever entered into bttwren this country and England, and having blotched a scheme ot commercial policy,* hich now at tacts the keenest attention at home and abroid,and promises to produce results which will eclips- evi-ii the glories winch its author earned, by ihe completion ol the "Ashbuiton Treaty." Aa a specimen of the lone and language beginning to be assumed by the presses of New England, let ua take the following i? [From tha Portsmouth Journal.) n.a.fli Wik.tti ^Thmrm km m atrnn* A?l? mn> oi tha piominrnt vvtiigi 01 1 m n.utr, to hive Mr. Y> > fMtrr bi ought lorward ? a candidate lor thr uttl. e of fii aideut at tbr urwt Irctlon 1 tut la not it a* ?w mg i? ihur cntiie cobihlacce In hi* unrivalled abilitit* and hit tried principle*, thtn to hi* wl *dom and practical ( city. , The be liet ia very general Ue?e, that if the counsels of Mr. W ehitar had bten listened to by ike ifadfti of the la*t W |ii| CongieM, Ike fatal quarrel with the Eiecu'ive would huvs t>een avoide ; Ihu i?*ue ii|m > National B-Jok, at preaent ? unpopular and obno*iou*?would have been avoido.t; and nobody doubt* that it this coui*e had been followed, the waig party would have maintained it* aacatijancy to this hour. Thrt parly nee J* a brad in whoie tagdci'y and practical comraou ?en*e they can rely, a* well a* upon hi* genius and eloquence. Now, in tne po**e*nion of the** quaii'ie* we believe that Mr. \Veb*ter tami* veiy high in the eilimatinn ol all SeDiihlu people It I* owing, intact, to their predoniinxnce ever over the other qualities of hi* it real mind, u hich enabled him to prepare and conduct the late negotiation with Gieat Blitaiu to it* clj*e, *o triuirnhantl> and *ucce**lul. It wa* not merely the power oi set ting lurth our claims in strong, ?nd eloquent, and brilliant language, whicb enabled Mr Wtbmrr to arrai'ge that dilh ull and complicated subject; but by soltriiii.g tbe 8'peiities offeeling, and guiding tbe mind* of all who bad to manage the altair, to that they all came to regcrd it under anew eipect, and with new feeling* ; it w?i by the use of common sense and by applying the proper means to alter successfully the state ol |itiblic opiniun on this ?' j-ct, that w? are now in honorable peace, inatead of beiug in a atate of merciies* war with the greatest power in Chritteadom. It has been intimated in certain quarters that a coalition had been or would be formed between Mr. Webster an I Mr Calhoun. We are not aware tba. this intimation has been made by any friend of Mr Webater. It it not in accordance with his declaration in Fan* uil Hall, that be waa a Whig, which admitted of only oaeconstruction, that he intended to act as he had alwaya acted with the Whigs, and to support Whigs and Whig meoautes, so long as the Whigs were true ?o th? mseive* and their cou tiy. We see that such a rieasure would falsify that di clarntion, and we do not and will not believe that such a coalition has been entered into, until we hear it from Mr. W ehster him fell. The Wbigt in this aection will be gratified and rncour. aged, in having this gpntleman brought forward tstho head ot tbeir party, and the candidate f>rthe Presidency, and we hope soon to see measure* taken for carrj itig into ett'ect these withes and intentions. Bold and decided enough, surely. But let us aeo what (lie Eoiton Comritr says, in oileriog thin outspoken atticle to its eadere .? We give to the following article, from the roitsniouth Journal, a plaae in our coiumn*, a* an ii dication cf tbe ft elinata and wisb<*of ibe Waiga of New Hampshire?neither adopting nor duciaimn g 'be sentiments therein expressed. Tbe Whiga if N w Hampatire do not ataud Biuue. ? v Know mat inert; are many iu .vtaskacDuseiis who ?oulj corriiultj unite with their brethren of that State in any action to present Mr Web?t?r bwore the peopln ? their ci.ndnla'e f >r the Prtaider>cy, auJ in all honor, able mean* to aecure his election. Wliether any ?uch action will ever take place,?and whether Mr. Webater would content that h? friend* should place him in auch a position,?are questions which we have no disposition to Militate at this time. We presume that the mere set of publishing the article from I orumouth will not be considered as a nomination of Mr. Webater by the Boston Cvu rier. Sufficiently cautious, and guarded. Not without a meaning, withal. "The whigs of New Hampshire do not stand alone." The time comes when the forces will be marshalled, and then the Courier will speak out. For ourselves, we care not who is brought forwmd, provided he be a patriot without hypocrisy, and a statesman without guile,?a man ot pure heart and a sour ! head .vith unspotted hands, r-"* prepared 10 devote himself, altogether irrespect ot party, to th* promotion of the interests aDd pro. perity of the country. And is this the portraiture of either ot the prominent party hacks in the fie Id! Answer, < ! thou most patriotic parent ?f the infant "Knickerbocker," not yet released, and never to be released from its swaddling-clothes; orthoi, O! brainless "Squash," who hast at last tound fitting avocation in keeping ledgers never to be opened, and embracing a hopeful progeny in the "Sylvania" of ihy disturbed dreams! Benjamin Rathbun.?It is now nearly seven years since this extraordinary man was sentenced to the S ate Prison. His term of sentence will expire in September next, and we do not believe there is a solitary individual in tlie State of New York who will not give him the right hand of welcome when he leaves prison, and will most ardently wish him abundant future success in busiuetB. Crime with him was the resu t of mietottune and not ot vice. And bitterly has he paid the penalty of vio iaiea law : iiaa me lorger Deen ot a less respeciab)e grade in society than Benjamin Raihbun, he would, under ihettrnng mitigating, if not exculpatory circumstances, of the criminal act, long since have been pardoned. But the rank ot the offender made it absolutely neci-saary to vindicate the majesty of the law by subjecting him to the lull penally ot its violatiou. The sacrifice has been made?the offended law has bern appeased, and ten thousand arum will next Septembei be opened wide to receive one who, if not the victim of two designing knaves, was at least the victim of misfortunes which he failed to control. As a man of business, Mr. Rathbun possessed talents nnd enterprise probably unequalled by any man of the age. And we believe we can say that no mar in ihis country ever transacted, in a givtn time, so great and varied an amount of business as Benjamin Rathbun. To furnish work to the unemployed laboring man, and promptly to reward their industry and toil, was ever his delight. And by the mechanics in the western part of thi* State his release from prison will be hailed with enthusiastic acclamations. Some of the Buffalo papers are already making calculations about the beuefits that will result from his return to the scene of his former operations, when they think he will, notwithstanding his former disgrace, give a new impulse to the improvements and prosperity of the place. We believe there are, or were, other indictments pending against him, which might be brought at the expiration of his term of service. But we doubt if there is any disposition in auy quarter to prosecute them further. The voice of the people would cry out against it. No jury in this Ftate could be foand to convict him again. Let his crime and misfortunes be buried in everlasting ob'ivion, and let no stone mark the spot where they are buried. The Laity versus thr Church?In these days ot religious controversy and ecclesiastical reform, some funny occurrences occasionally take place, which deserve a leaf in the chronicles of the times. A rather amusing incident of this description, occurred the other day in our aspiring and very respectable little sister city of Brooklyn. A worthy son of that old "mother Church" against which all sorts ot batteries have been directed tor centuries, who keeps u very respectable iav?rn in the above men tinned village, gave a grand ball lately, which was graced by the presence ot some fifty or sixty of the fines; girls that ever crossed the salt sea from the "green is!**." There were also present amongst the gentlemen a considerable number cl Father Mituew's disciples. and whether it was owing to intoxicating influence of (he assembled beauties, their propinguuy to the bar-room, it is an unden able fact that the majority of them were observed in , the morning returning to their respective abodes, iu a rathtr more serpentine way, than was deemed consistent with a rigid observance of the '"pledge." All this got, of course, to the ears of his "reverence," and on the next Sunday, after the celebration of the mass, he hurled all the thunders ot the altar on the heads of the unfortunate transgretsors, and singling out the tavern keeper by name, threatened the fiercest vengeance of the church against all and every one who should dare to enter his barroom. The consequence may be easily imagined. Jn a week's time, the tavern-keeper came very propeily to the conclusion, which he could not very readily avoid, that he was a ruined man.? He had uo intention, however, of giving up the <ihoet without a struggle, and so he brings an action for defamation of character against hia "reverence," laying the damages at a good round num. So the matter stands at present?the tavern-keeper against the priett?the license to sell grog against the authority of "the church." Who is to get the upper hand we can't tell. As no un mentionable personage i?, however, if the profane provetb be true, always good to his own, we suppose we need not have much fear about the result, whatever it may be. fcj- The Hon. Thomas F. Marshall was, at the last accounts, lec urwg the people ol Nathville.Trnnescee, upon the evils of intemperance. HBNitT Ri ??Etx gives a concert at Saratoga this evening. He was in the ciiy yesterday, ux fii e h alth tind spirits, and who wouldn't be in the audit o: kUch a aucceaiiul career ? ^wgg Thk Scotch Mukdkbku?Mr. Commwioner Rapelyea, yesterday morning delivered the lollowing decision in this case, by which it will be seen that he deems the evidence of her criminality auffi* ciently established to warrant her surrender i? "I, Silvaniu Rdpelyea, aCommUiioner of tha Circuit Court of tha United State*, in the second Circuit, for the Southern Dutrictof New York? " Do hereby certify, that upon hearing the 'evidence of criminality," in thematterof Christiana Cochran, other wife Uilmnur, charged wun i&e crime or muraer, in Scotland,' a iJ niter eurtlu:ly coniidrriag the Fame, do decide, that'according to the liws of the place,'where be Wbi tound and arreted?luttrieiit evidence ha* been adduced to juktity her aj>prehtkiiou and ccn.mitmeiit lor trial." Mr. Warner, ihe prisoner's counsel, requested that he might be considered as exceptirg to the decision. He would, in the course ol the day, take some action, the nature of which he would not now explain. The learned gentleman doubtless here alluded to a writ of habea* corpus which it is understood has been issued by Judge Kent. Mr Rapelyea remarked that he supposed his functions m the case ceased with the giving ol the certificMte Mr Marbury, who, with Mr. Watson, appeure I in behaii ot the British Consul, then moved that the prisoner be committed to await the action ol the Executive at Washington. The < oxmishiomk s id that the prisoner would be committed to the custody ot the Marshal. The prisoner did not appear excited, and listened to the decision with apparent indillcrence. Hie will no doubt be returned to Scotland, to be aublerteH to an examination hv tli* authorities ai that place. Attrition tub Cuurcu ?By th? la&t number n| the Nauvoo Timet and fraioiu, we find that the Church in Philadelphia are ordered to take up their beds and march forthwith to Nauvoo. Thus readeih the word of command. A special edict! Obey !? Special. Mfssaub. To the Chutrh in thiJadeljtlnu:? All ihe nr-mbf-re o thai branch of tb?s Church of Jems Christ of Latter Day 3<ttni?, whu h is located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, who are deanoua of doin? the will of licaven, and of working out their ?wn salva'ion, by keeping ihe laws of the celestial kingdom, are hereby metructtd and couns< lied to remove from thence without delay, and locate themselves in the city of Nauvoo, where t >od has a work fur them to accomplish. Done at Nauvoo, this 29th day of May, 1843, agreeable to the instructions oi the First Presidency. By order of the Quorum of the Twelve, Bkigham Younq, President of the Quorum. W. Richards, Clerk. Tub History or thb " Tylbr Progress."?We have been very desirous to see some nhle hand undertake the inditing of the h.siory of ptam Tyler's famous visit to this city. Out desires have been ;e woik is co i;rrneed, though we din a quarter r '.her unexpected. Mr. celebrated equebtriiLD manager, is the He has just published the first chap'er it ?t'ork, which we give in anoiher column: It is m exci < ding amusing chapter?graphic?spirited?and peppered and e| > d to a nicety. Mr. Tucker will not prob^ 'v cry for more," but the public will insist on t irmnpt appearance of the succeeding chapters. 'is tr hand, Mr. Mann, you are a capital t the circus as well as in it. Give 'em ure of it. We hope you will go the round ol the whole precious cr?w, and do them up to a "T." Concerts at the '* Shakspkare."?A series of vocal and instrumental Concerts have been commenced atthe "Shakspeare," an hotel somewhere in Duane st. we believe, under the very specious and taking title o( " The British and American Musical Society Subscription Concerts." When this Society was organized?who its officers are?under what ? - 1- j ? ruirs us existence is 10 De carriru on?arc (juium ?it which we confess our utter inability to enlighten the public. Indeed we believe the majority of those who now call themselves members, are about as well acquainted with the mattT as ourselves. This nondescript society, then, give or.e of their concert* on Thursday evening. The room was respectably filled ; but the concert did not commence accord ins to the bill, with the "grand overture" by a "full band," Mr. Marks violinist, being unnvoidably absent. The programme was sufficiently lengthy, at all events, and ?fter the performances were concluded, the audience, which, to do it justice, was a very patient and good natured one, would, we are well assured, have very cheerfully excusei the "society" if they had curtailed the bill of fare at least one half The whole sflair would have been altogether insupportable even to the mDst stoical audii?i ?. i r? .u- U... iui} ijiiu ii nut urcu iuj uic nugiuK *'? i^aido nolda, and Metsrs. Phillips and Clirehugh. Mies Reynolds took the audience completely by surprise. She sung that exquisite ballad?" Whistle and I'll come to ye, my lad !" with a spirit, vivacity, brilliancy and ellect, which elicited a storm of applause; and she was compelled to repeat it three times! Mr. Phillips was as usual spirited ai.d effective; and Mr. Clirehugh sang "John Anderson my Joe," as only Mr. Clirehugh can sing it. These " concerts " cannot be repeated unless there be more discrimination in the selection of performers. Cocrags and SATISFACTION. ?Duel lists must be men of doubtful courage, either in their own estimation or in that of their friend?, otherwise they would not be so eager to vindicate it by blazing a little powder in one another's faces. The Augusta Chronicle says, that sometime about the 1st instant a duel took place on the State road on the South Carolina side of the Saluda Mountain, between a Mr. Tudor and a Mr Choisel, both of South Carolina. After a single shot, without injury to either party, they left the blnodleea field of war, perfectly sati.-fied that their difficulties were honorably adjusted. T he Kf.w Medical Journal has just been issued by the Langleye?the enterprising medical publishers It is an elegant affair externally, and contains 144 pages of valuable original and judiciously selected matter. Both publishers and editor have done their duty to the new candidate for profea?ional fa/or, and it will be a lasting disgrace to the doctors of New York if they do no' sustain it as it deserve*. Ii is to be issued tri-monihly at the low price of $3 n?r annum. w Mirror for this week is a capital of course we couldn't get anything indifm thai quarter. But, Messrs. Editors, g ve us a little more original matter?the public won't let yen play truant, we assure you. And what better inspiration can you desire 1 Niblo's.?Mr. Prevost's benefit right. This even mg the leader takes a benefit. M'le. Cah 6 appears in a new character, in which she has some most exquisite songs, &c. Mr. Bl?j plays the ba$$t Unlit Lecourt, Richer and L*court, all appear in Cotimo, an opera of the beneficiart'i own composition, Ixi Mutton rn CcUri', known in English as the Lottery Ticket, is to be addrd, with a variely of new overtures, ?fcc. Mr Prevott lias been indefatigable in his exertions to produce the operas of the season in a proper style, and we hope his friends and encou. ragers of talent will not be unmindful of his claims. It is a novelty in America to see a composer conducting the music of his own opera, and we doubt not Prevost will do himself as much justice as he has those composer's music he has hitherto led with so much gratification to the public. Mr. P. will take the chair at half past 7. " Follow the leader." fr>-Mrs. Bailey is giving musical concerts in Montreal. V. S. Marshal*! Offlrr, Ift ? 41 Rr>u?ri rai.fjin ni iho irhnnnrr William II. Turner, wia arreatetl and ? I? m i ned bifoie Mr. Commie loner Kapelyea on a rhs'gc of leaving a aea* HI4D, namtd Robert Allen. In a foreign port. The complainant, it appeared, (hipped on board the Willl^ra H. Turner, Ironi Mobile to a port In the Weat Indiea.und from thence to tha United Kta'en. Tbxwhooner accordingly (ailed from Mobile on tho Otb of April laM and arrived at Porto Rico on Ihe 29th of May, where tt)*i-apum lorced the complainant aihora and abandoned him (here, although he v. at able and willing to return. Tbe captain waa remanded for further examination.. Tai Great Cricket Match at Cawdkn?Philadelphia against N*w York ?On Thursday Inst the first trial of the match, says the Spirit of the Times, between the Philadelphiana and New Yorkere, at Cricket, lor $1000 r aide, came off at Camden, on the grounds of the Philadelnhia Club. The match waa to be played by Mr. John Ticknor, of Philadelphia, against five gentlemen of New York, oh diflerent d*ys ; the firet triul to be madeCamden yes*tt rdHy, the second- tit New Yoik on the 3J of August, and so, alternately at each place, at iuteivalsoftwo weeks. None could have wished a finer or fairer day, and long before the time fixed for commencing, the grounds were thronged with spectators. At 10 o'clock the match was opened, and Mr William Wild, of New York, led oil, Mr. iicfcnor bowling. Mr. W. commenced with, and preserved throughout, much coolness, and flayed, evidently more with a view to saving up for the second trial, than to m ke any gr?-at ellort. He made s<;\enteen run* in forty eight bulls?one wide?in all ei^h'een ; and was caught oat, niter beiug on the ground one hour and tour minutes. Mr. Ticknor then took the stand, Mr. Wild bnwling. Mis bal.s were w< H directed, and thrown with much (o ce, but T was too well n< <puiuted with the spot to b#1 easily oil guard-played with ta*e, tiui at the same tim ', striking better and stronger blows than W huo done. Ticknor mudt- litty 01.e runs? two wide?in all fifty-three, in ninety on^ balls, und was bowled out, after being on the ground two hours and lour minutes. Mr. T. was somewhat exhausted, but in a short time was able to bowl lor WilJ, und in belter spirit than at the commencement. Mr Wild took the ground about two o'clock for the second trial; and utter being on bis teet twenty s* ven miuutr-s. made seven runs in forty-one balls, and was bowled out. In the second trial licknor pioved himself superior to bis 0|%>t>iien?, in bowlu u, while not a sinsle ball would have insscd the wicket, but lor the t'killul playing ol Wild. Altogether, the allair was exceedingly clever and Usbiona:>le place 01 amu?m ni I lie great womei of theniiuier it that ?o much can be given lortolitili money. Qtf- COMMUNICATION. MK flinnnTAt a great deal ha*been Rai t ab^ut the enthunaa'i..; ro

ceptioii of President Tyler in New Yoik, and u gieat pa rademadeof the very utimerom cavalcade that otcoriti him and hit party through the atreeta on the occasion re furred to, it may not be uninteresting to the public, >11,1 especially to Juhn T> ler, to li arn the uiipiincipitd kn j very and bate meat-nets irsort d to by aome ol llie mil viduals wha madea con?j<icuounhfe<iie in that pageant. A day or t wo previous to the glonhratieii re erred to, on C. M. Tucker, with several ot::ei> belorpiig to the Cm torn House, called U|>on m? and etigagfd hltt en horses t< be used in tue procesmon by certain Ctutum House orii cers, together with my favorite "crop mate," lor the ac contmodailon of the IVejidint, which hones' and mm wete duly provided, an'1 a gtoom sent alon:{ with Hum who remained .luring the w bole d*y in attendance. A the "Crop mare'' wan i.ot rode by the Pien.lent 1 ui 1 !o 1.1 charge lor lier: but on presenting ni> lull lor the other* this Mr C. M. fucker,ol ih< Suiveyoi'j dipartmert, U 8. Custom House, Itc., told me ho had not me. incurs o pajiDg. and requesti d ine to u ait a dny or two, which did. Nearly a iailoiglit caving pmted without hearing tram him, I tock the liberty ol calling again ai.il ; gam but with no belter success. At lei ffth he fl*r( upon ttie li b July at the time o< settlement, the an.ot'.n being only 3o dollars, aud promised faithfully to Ue< p in wuid. On tbe 14th, instead ef the money, I received 1 letter from thia honorable Custom House ottioer, ii which he fctati d that he wa* todrtwhis money ir in ihi Custom llouseon Tuesday, when he would pay me. Ii the meantime the |>oor rami who acted as groom, afti: wilting upwards of a lorlmght lor his wag, a, vim ottii^- < lo leave me ciiy without itting | til I. U.'i Tin sdnj ccoidmg to appointment, anil I was told to Coine ugan on Maturaay. Finding myself tnfled with by this con trmptitile Custom House dicker and hit associatea, 1 hn resolved to due lor my money in a court of law, hut h.iv ing learned, that in ait probability 1 should oi ly ha\ a th coot* of prosecution added to niv lof>. even after I hu< obtained a jiog'nent iigiinst men an in lividital, I havi coneItideil to satia'y m>fit by making thn public bc quainto<l with my mi* ortiino in l>? in|( made the dupe (.1 gang ol sycophant*, who, in older to to.dyth ir m^tei and makv a display ol their cringing *ci vility. haved? aceuded t? d> pii?e hoinat men ol the product* of thn property and labor. 1 would alto ndd, for the benefit of the public, that ahould not have tamed this Mr. C. M. Tucker with rr>; boriea, had h?? not been in thn respectable csmpuny <i Aldermen Purdy and Hatfield, but against whom I ink no other cha ge than endorsing by their presence tli character of sin individunl, who hns now,it istobe?'i| pos**d. got ft certificate ot character which will RU u other* again*t meh un unfoituiiato arqtiaintiince wi.l him a* mine hat been. ALMA MANN. 00?" EXPERIENCE IMS TAUGHT THE PEG PLE," alti r more than four yeniv conMinnt use of ' Ui Slnrm.in's Medicaid Lozenge*," th'U they b <t the be-1 sated and moat pl? asant preparation* in u?e. HttCong' Lozenge* net like h rhaim in tho ninit violent canes c cough, ail.tying all irritation and pro'1 itce Iri-e < rton t|in when oth^r means have been tried invaii. To DrV'Wo'm Lozi ngt**"aro unequalled ; they aiesp< ?ti; in their i (fact* an,I give no quarter^ the worms can si.it* no ehimce. Ami who hai not heur 1 ol l.i-s celibi "C tmphor Lozenge*;" tbey r> lleve the bea lac'te iri fiv minutes, anil art- ap^c lic for sea sickness, p;.'pluuon lowne.sof spirit*, and the various nt-ivou* affectum ni inij from aeilen'ary hnbits. The Dr.'* prepara'ions or no humbug?nor are they simply sugar | linns?tin i .vi all i hat they are recommemleil. One tri.il u ill H i-') th most sceptical of their virtue*. Hi* warehouse is I Ns'san street. Agent* l|li Droadway, 10 Astnr II n?? M William 'treet, 77 Eait Droadway, ai7 Hndiion stietl 184 Bowery, tad LiO Fulton stieet, Brookl) n. qtj- ORISTOL'9 SAHS \PARLLA ? For a remarks kU cure porloiineJ, we udferUscuieutin this day's paper cricketing. So ended the lira trial. Latest from Rio Gramu ?We are indebted to Cipt. Robinson, ol the brig Black llawk, which arrived at this port last night, for the early transmis sion of the following letter from a correspondent at Rio Grand-:? Rio Grande, May '20, 1313. Jameo Gordon Ben.nett, Esq , Sir,? A direct conveyance to your city offering, I imfrove the opportunity by sending to you tlnsc few ines. The ctvil war which has raged so many yejrs in this province, by Inst report is about being settled, much to the discomfiture of the rebels A t express arrived l ist evening from the sent of war, "hi ii report says brings news of the capture ot one ol tiie three principal r- bel chiefs or general.-', Cunoveiro, who, together with pitt of Ins army, hi* batfgag , and a lar^e number ol horses, were eurnrind .mil taken by the government tioops under their general, the Burao deCaxias; report aUo adds, that the remainder of the rt bel forces are snrrounded, unJ will be obliged to surrender to the Barao It th- te reports prove true, it will be good news to the Brazilian government, for this war, tnuch like our Florida campaign, of many years standing, lias drained their treasury, killed their troops, and until now, nothing favorable to governmenthas been effected. TheBtraode Caxias, who suppressed the distur bances at St. Pauls sud the mines, will, il tliu report is true, be considered their fir*t general, a&d probably b# highly honored by his government. Considering the unsettled state of this province, business has been very brisk. Hides have come in much more plen'y than last year, but owing to tiie number of vessels loading here, in plac- of Montevideo, keepthe prices up. W F. G. From Campeacjiy.?The schooner William Penn, arrived here yesttrday from Sisal, which pott the left on the 4th instant. Commodore Moore with the Texan squadron, was at Sisal, having arrived there ou the 21. and was to sail for Galveston on the 7th. The Yucatan commissioners left Meridn on the 3d, to emb:-.rk oa board ol the City of Dublin steamer for Vtra Cruz, on their way to Mexico city, there to negotiate a treaty ol peace.?iV. O. Bulletin 13 h. From Matamokas ?By the hr'g Lime Rock Captain Au;d, we have received Malam'>rastlaie: to the 7th in.-iant. General Don Jo^e Ignr-cio Gu l?^a Uuun onnnir.ttfrl Htr tliu PrwuuLr.f to h/ Governor of the State ot Tamauiipj? Gener<i Wool, commander of the army oi the No;ih, <<rri ved nt Matamora-* oa tlie 3i, ir.ua Gerro, will; $:iO,(NIO to pay of}' the troops l'tie Lime Rock brought to this port the officers and crew ot the French brig Victor, wrecked one mile north ol th< 13ra?*os Santiago, on the iiight ot the 15th uit. Th< American v\ haling schooner Mercury, which was c1p.1i7.ed by a water spout. in I at 26, 30, N. driftec ashore on tiie25ihult. ana broke in piec es. A n?? suit of sails in barrels, some salt provisions, and 1" to2l> casks ol oil were saved. The American Consj! intended t?>settle the matter by an average.?iV O. IiiJiftin IStfc. mmmmmmmmm ?? ? naaan i i ? si OQh THE WOJCOJtft Of THfc DAY?Peal '? New York Muicum?Haiuidat , Julv SiJ, 1843? B-nelitot C?s per liauser, slit the W'ild Bo> of the Woods,and positively hi* last a;>peiranre in New Yoik. Two performances by Mi?? Joaelyn and Miss Burd.-t who will app. ar in a number ol fancy dance* ; Mr. II F.. Cooover, the celebrated India Ruhoer Man; Mr. llon'z dec will introduce his Fantecioni Figure* ol Pur.ch an< Judy ; Mr. W Murray, so well knowu in the city, wii appear in a number of Dance* p? culiar to liimseli ; Mr J. smith will introduce a nur..bt r of song* ; Mr. H. liar vey,the Buflo Singer ; Ca?per Hauler will singanum her of sonic*, and tell some amusing stories. In count x ion with the Museum of 100,000 curiosities, foroneshil ling. The performances take place at 3 und b o'clock, P M. or?- TRIUMPHANT SUCCESS-GRAND GAL/ DAY?Families Schools. kc. willeijjy a fine holi lay to day at the American Museum, f he manager has t<* cured the iplendid attractions of the week for one ?',ij longer, aud the wooderlul autommon Musical L <ly,< most cliarming crea uro aud sweet minstrel, tliu Huuim s Mr. Cole, and several others, will give two rnagi.jiiceir performances to-day?at four and Iiaif pint 8 I'-M. Nc place in ihe city can compare with tins )><>,.Uar ai.r BY'THE SOUTHERN MAIL. From IUucoa.?The ?clioouer Henry Jenkim, Gapt. Gardner, arrived at Savannah cn the Jti h, in .*ix d.-iys Iror.i lJ.iiacoa Capi. G. reports he experienced cons ant galea fn hi the 24<h to the 20;h Juue, ctl iiurtcoa, which prevented his goiug into port. T!ie following extract of a letter received byihe Henry Jenkins, wc cogy Irom the Savannah Republican:? Ba&acoa, July 0,1S41. Our i? very dull at th .a tiwe, inconsequence oi tiio numerott* Northe rn arrival*, w hich now comu to our pnrt fr r fruit, una all will brmg article* similar to tkut of joi'r ahipnunt. In St. Jagd I umWritand that Rice ianoyr worth from $5 to j?er liuiulrti), wbeiti I intend to aend a part of \our cargo in hcpinf obtaining better nricea. Wo lm??! no Coffee of the flrat quality on hand in our market; but, the second quality it held at $tjj. LealTol.jrcn i? alio liish in conarqut-nce of there being two speculators herv who are buyiug up all they can got for tho New York muiket Sain of Stocht nt Phllntlelpliln yraterdny. 3Minr*"> Pmniylvanln Bank. 1 fl!>|; S:?te Vj, isoa, fid* 4% dj H?l, 4?; $1000 County b't. lu60, o!d, !?7j; j. nu' it\/>'?, IfeiiJ, ("IJj; f,6'(X> Ch**u and Dfl. fl'\ Is H, 21; $d'K)tl tlo do 24$ $MHW County 8'^, 1870, 10/lj $HM.'0Mat? fi'?, ? s p 4l>, JiHtiO County SN. I*?), o'llmp OTJ. Altei Board? 1 *Uare Penna liai.k, 139|j Ut do Union iijnk Tt-nn. c s p 6'2J. LATEST Si.nnHr,K\ >MlP NEWS i riut.*DKLrHt?, J'tly 2 ?A'r J"?cph Cnwp*r hw?it. N?hre, D.nbiil <?; A> n fi 'llf, Wi IIKi'tuonn J CM Maria "4ut ic in. PiiTtHu P ii.<n Vfb civ Whitney, HartHrt<w?; || Wr-ti*i'tt. Vhi ce, P.i t Hi-a n, liuidad; Alary Jjue, [ Bi ] S|i?.irirB, li 'if i Bali wong. Ju'y 3fi?Ar' Sophn. J.me?, St Tunica* CM Kri?, l!u liv. ft r m,-ofo wl a ink l sid ^*publio [btitij I < B< I li 'I em njWi It fo. A kini, 'V lidie*: ' onno)i Ire, M iiK4i< Amiuu*; L.?dy W?rriiii{tOi!, Uukih'.it Mitioz??;Oc tohur, B'd .iltf . St Tnntn<? 'itifjioND, July to?Uld Nalhl Hooper, t Imrcliill, Cowei aud a hi At. H#>? *4 Brno Ohi"> ? (Vpi Nob'*, of the J rnwreifhwi't, ?t I'hi'si'?l|>li a r )iort- ?Juli II, I t 24 H, Ion h7 3D ?e' kn > is Ob a, lit B !( ?t, ) ilun lr in tiu lUliu, e, capt ii.i, (ffictu >u4 t t'fuf itie cr-w ?fl? lie 11 wi li tmaliry, bread, water, fcc? w uld pa'. iLtu ili? it/ t port iu the U 9 ntc.i. H;<? I. en. Juii'tar, Carter, 3 ?l.ivs fio.j Obarleiton Car Iiivre, July 15, l?t:i ii, it-ii7i. st Thomas. 'u'v fi?1? r rr, U h-h? M^Ke*. f-n St ("t it fi r -vie " itdiv: Ki>hedn, Mi:()uii<'i Bjliiiro*e fr fi' 1 r it r. ,iK ; I'll mhii.' 1'i-d. If.to Poree, abum tttti; Wm Ail n Stimuli v (in Balti'i.cre for rsY.irh, nut diy; (In in f >r (I , 1.1.; I>|i u.I. B "ckfii* d I r ftcw-rm. a,' H H <il Hnyce, lor St V* lit??, >o >u. HIJ Uh, LiI jTn'ie. * w > <1 Bio'nn; KC F"i?h>-r, J 'hn?nu. NHar n; Koa-i"Hr. P. l/^fr, Ni"' b' ros "'riiliix. 1/ tirmi*. Tortola, to load salt; 4r. Air* t'u ut-n'ii; Watr.hm ?>, Clark,IvrwiiH. Rahacoa, J"'' !0?I i (.Oft, Ucutu,Wiide, tmi Mary B ig',t, B<ii(ht f.f.NVurl, ew diyi. f aviMMiH?P'ir Cliut m?3'." bM'iritton C Birtiu !t Pop* ?'ill U iwJ? ? :l Nu th .valine ? &( P.itrirk?4s Lanri oce & P?i , ? jl H B'itw n? t h-ni z te G ecu *ay Haury & co?1 e't H I o'tr r?' ' b-1 P*eli ? D <lirr Si c>. (<&' THp LUCIM\ CORDIAL?This celebrated article cou he bail genuine, wholtmle and retail, at No. 21 Cortlaudt street. (ST- PHOUSANDS BELIEVE THAT G0UR\UD'3 rOUOUK SUBTILE *"ll completely, permanently and ? f ly uradici'ie eveiy fitire ol cup -i fl.ioui hair wherever it may be ?i p'i<-rt,because thou-wnls hnveput-ebflped snd rt com mended tho invaluable preparation during the many yeats it h;n b<en btforethe public : and fui titer to remnvs a 1 doubt* i f the sceptical, purchasers are invited to *ei? tV c artirle tei-tel on the most delicate skin, earning the bair to vnui>h like n.agic, ond leaving the part where applied, white. smooth and cl"er. Agfbf?75 Ch* smit rnreet, Philadelphia ; 2 Milk street, Boston ; 8. S. llancn, Pratt street, Baltimore ; Guthrie, Albany ; Gray, Pouket'psia 5 Trippe, Newark. N. J. j Myers, New Hhvi>h ; VVelis & Humphreys, Hartford ; C.us lis. bprinstit-ld ; Green & Co. Worcester; Carleton a. Co Lowell, Hodges, Newbury port; Preston, Ports mouth ; I'atten, Portland ; Owl I, Bangor, &c. 8tc. And ti> he loan I in New York, only at C* Walkerstreet,l door f.-ATTi tli^ punier iif (lio.'i Kvut mrhntlle. [ , , (&- DR. TAYLOR'S BALSAM OF LIVERWORT, pnpired ONLV at the original otlice 376 Bowery, forthe cun> of consumption, lmr cempluint, spitting of blood, a-ithma, Sc.'. &c. The luUowiug statement relative to the wonderful . H e's ol this invaluable medicine, is from our ogent at Milledireville, Georgia, who ?a\s that Mr. Samuel Johnson,one ol the mo>-t distingui-died men in the S ate ol Gt'jrtriu, hid a colored woman, who was almost dead with consunnption, and ^ean given up l>y her physicians, ! and rh a Ust resort was pirjiitted to take some of the g<;uUin?Dr. Taylor's B^liam ot Liverwort, from No. 3*6 1 B iwerv.N Y.. nnd to the great Hsonishmejit of every one who Know her, she was in a abort time resio'rdto perfect health. Mr. J ihnson also states that his wife w as i c bided wi:h n cough of s-vtnil months standing, o: w hich sho was entiruly cured (imply by the use ol this medicine. Mr. Johnson is willing to certify under oath to the truth of the above statement. This nvi'iicinr enn be had of 11. & S. Riynor, 76 Bow| erv; o' Dr G J L ed>i, wholesale ^ttsgirt, 123 Maiden la e, nnd .it the niiginal office, No.87A Bowery. N. i). Each bottle now has a beau'iful (steel pint*) ergrav.'d Jahle upon it with t'.ie signature of Dr. O J 1 Leeds attached, t) prevent counterfeits, and without which none i;; genui e. | QC?~ A CLOUD OK WITNESSES TESTIFY TO , the n,to?i-hing ?tlects produced by Juyne's Hair Tonic Anion? the i.ameo atti?cht d to tin: numerous certificate* of it* regenerative influence on the hair, we notice those of tomn of thr most rtspectablt* citizrns of Bostou,to whom 5 the iiicredulnn are reler. t-d for peiH^Biil LVidenee of its I efficacy. In cases where the hair has fnllen oft in conser qut nee of sickness, it speedily invests the bald scalp with j a thick and gl'?s?y growth of tha great acce.?ory of beau tv. AU1 slub. s o! (be I mr, such a? daDiIruU, scurl, Stc.. eradicated by it* replication. Th>> tilk anpi-ar.u.ce which r tmpar's to the flminic tre'-.es of beamy, render* it ?u indi'iieiiFahle artirle of tbe Fnnale toilrt, and Rentlemen to vi ham nature has been niggardly in the dUtri. butionof vhitUi ritarii! hnr om.may coun'maxe th'! ipitse rr-p a luxuriant one, by stimulating its growth, with ! Ja> n? '<< II <ir Tonic. Sold by the agents A B itO. Sand", Druggists. No 79 , Fulton street corner ol Gold; 273 Broidway;77 East Broadway. I CQ- A BOON TO THE HUMAN FAMILY-We 1 lay < e!orn the puhlic the following facts, and then leave it to hII who have any c,8lm to humanity to go to tb>' spoi and inquire nnd s<o tiiu person's hands, and then beli* ve what is strictly true. Will those who cry out that this Pain K.xMr.ctor isa humbug, Rid cannot do what ihk?> it will, go to No 3' Pell >trert, and then believe what they hear and see; il Ibev will not then believe, we shall trouble ourselves no more with sueh people :? On th? 7th of this month my daughter, n little girl, acL cidun'ally set her clot hesoa tire, and died tmm tfoe buu * the next day I burned my hand*)read:ully in putting tbe fire out. I mi tiered grc itly lor three daj s ii?d four nights. ' (and h?d rot slept at sil ) when I limnl of the Magical ? Pain Extractor* lve, from Comtek & Co., 01 CoitUn It , ktrr t, and set t immediately lor it. Ajonngman from ' Uun CStM Hp and drsMtd my hands, which was then in > an awful state, huvinsr be^a-i to rot, and smelt very bad, i and it BHve m? imme iiate relief, such as I bad not li <1 a P sintIi' moment since I was burnt. I have now ti td this 9 salve b>n sis days, and my hands are almost well; and I firmly beilevuthat 1 could not have been cuied in as many wt-ilcsany other wuy. T he sctptical I invite to rail, and ?oe ar.l h? ar the ? hol? f iCts. And I do believe had this si?lve re n used on try iittlnirirl her life would hav?* been sr. fd.tr th' fir> at j)j of h<-r alllirted parents, and ' i.o fti.rulv Mioulil be without this Pain Extructor always Ill lilt! llOU?t) ; Signed. JACOB KORNMANN, 30 IVil alreet. New York. Ji'ly 19, 19-13. Writ i in, i.i.: Unowin? to tlif n^ovefsct#, nrd " tbeyaie in all and <vpry ropact true; brkide*, we also burnt omrclve* at the o?mr time, and ware enrol l<y this Too much Mltan cannot be placed i.i ii< {10'vcr in tuvirur life in r.ny cased burn cr scaU, a* we uvoicen and l.-lt it* etfccts. Signed. J\COB MOST, JOHN MOST, ' Pell itrectWe ?!-,> lay ''cforr 'he pt-Mic tbe following : ? ' Vri Tn'milte.nt Wellington County, oi'MVi", km *o ' dri ;d inly burned by her clotbea taking tirethat liar life win despaired ol by ber i>b>Mcixm and all hrr Iriendi J H?rni<o iv was nlonit iti?ti|.portahl? until*he procured a ( * loi' ml the Magii'iil Pain Kxtractor *al?e Irom the 1 'g>i,t, Ur. Lit'l*, ot Milledgeville, and immediately on its .ii>| iication *he becHin.* eaay and comfortable, for the first tin,e ili.ee the acc.dent. Aud ?he ia now healed without n i.c ir. Tin: a^ore wns tald ti* by Ur. Win. O. Little, of Mil 1 ledjrtville, who is no * in this city. 1 We n iw nitk all runrtid jvrsona, c^n they forgive tliem f st.lvoi ii they fclioulii loo'-en dear child by fir-,when,by ' having t* i- .*iIve on hand, it would not havcbe??n *o r C' ?i 'i ?, it i? equally aa i fticnciou* in all bruises, ir flam ' manor a, t( rider and tore ie. t, ioie and infl >mcd eyes, end ill outward application*, audheil without acar Thl? 1 calve la 11 i d to bo counterfeited by a bad act of people, . who woul I tn.ike moiwy itom tbe lives of nny oneorall; 1 and llii; public cannot be too caution* in buying out of the city , to tee that tku aeller know* it c:men from Conutoca ? it ' (?. 1 Tob: had onlv at 9i Cortlandt Mrcetj Mrs Hayra, ISP D h'ulion street, Brooklyn; D. Smith, 8!W Broaj street, Newaik. a (t(j~ TO SHAVE EASY.?A celebrated writer hm r d.tinej mail to be n t-h ivmg anirrril. This is doubtless ' t iWiimraiateat*civilturfMa,bnt otflliM4mh cannot ah are without b razor, ami he runnut keep hi< ra ' &or 10 goo l order without a itrop. Wo would there'ore jn?? gently hint 'o our re.idera, that 9aun<'er?' Paient Me'' tailtc Tablet and Raior Strop, with tour fideii, ha* with " .stool tho ftstol tniii), it having lueu heforo the public e inori* thiin fl quarter ol u century, ou t it probably hast no itipnior in giving that deajrable kteneilgeto a good ra? '1 /.or, which rendeta imaving an operation that may he pa l' tiently enJurtd. -Bo ton Mercantile Journal. MinuUctory li>3 Broadway, bbtuern Cjuitlan.lt and f Liberty. an- r-t THIS MKDICINK 7" WE F.XTLAIMKD I, the other day,on tatting fomr ol' Jiyrit'a Tonic V?rmi'i It certainly Inn unnv ol the neu'tou* flavor whirli if one >. 5ncii ie? wi h tx-ldt-iof phytic. Clrllrm r.oniii dt r it fjuit< i wf. it, in f&king it th<'ir j-uU'ea ore gra ( 'Ti" I, .1J ihi'lr In filth rr^'ored i.t th? h.ini time. Jaj "< V j. i-ovic V .it Migi.' noionly deatroya woima,but C .trio* i ( tf t'io TiuctH in ? I i. hthov .mi imbidilid, ami < t^j * l la J teal a n'l permanent cure. Ev ry mother know* toe e prominent ry diploma ot ?nrmi, ?nch a? veraolty, , i, nes?, fetid breath, giittdtiiR ol thntieth during ? ? -1 i. ( slrni '? of the li| a, itching of the lto?o, it an: other in'lir.iu not ?o Reneral y rerognUert. . J it cough, dull eye*, enlargement of the ,i,.. : "? ?.? ?{-? fi not? the tirn enc of worm*. If their heflaufe I. fiUd, the; VermlfuMi ahouht j? incalculable it r n do no harm in any cai?, ?t i 'I '1;,. . ? t n ?<.*.' Drngzia'a, for the proprietor S i d by A. B. Ic D. Saw ^ >(iMon utrcot corner oi at whol ?jln and ro it, M iPOa,lwttV . Oold i 77 fci*?t Broadway, U7J Bio.nlway. MONEY MARKKT. Fildftjr* July #*?" P.M. Thirn wa? a batter feeling lo-d?y In the 8to#k market, rricea grneielly wont up. Kentucky 6*? J; Ohiofl'?lt Harlem 1 por cent; Look laUnd j. The ?peculator* run alternately between theio two ?tock?, and the current ia now aetling into Harlem. Government loan roac At the new board there waa inore movement at lirmer price'*. There ii n gaod derl of movement umong the free bu.k* preparatory to the return* to be made to the Comptroller ai oordmj to law, on the l?t Monday of August. Tho Ma chunk*' Banking Aasociation, i' is itated, haa told out it* Marino a per cent si. ck ai iui, ana invested in New York securities, which yield a better interest at present rate*. The Harlem Railroad is now so organized that its expenses are $100 p?r day, and the receipts orcr $800 arerage. The acknowledged bonds ol the company are nearly all taken up, and the stock is getting to be one of the belt on the list. In domestic exchanges tho alteration is not material. Katks or Domestic Ejdhiiuii in N?w Yoaa, Juna, 1U1 and Julv 21.1843. J lint, 1841. July 71,1111 lifltl'in, par a ? pu a HI <tis. I rii.u.i. Iphia, 4 ?4? ? * w B'lrinioiv, 4X? 4*2 H > )l It.chnvnil, 5>j? S X si North C irolioa, 15 a ? ]X 1 S-tvaimah, 3 a 3 >?? V A-k'iu'H, 15 a ? X? X Charlf too. IX* IX Ha X A ii lUchicola, 30 a ? ? a ? Mobile, 10 alO 15 a!6 Nrw Orlrans. 7 a T 1X? 8 L?tn?TiMe, 8 a 9 1 a lX NuthvilU, 12^? ? lX* i N?'clict, ? a ? I alX St. l.' iiii, 8 s I lXa 2 llorinuAti, ? a 8 1M 2 I In Una, T a 7 ? a ? Illinois, ^| _ Drt oit. ? ? a ? The following i? a comparatve statement of the lead irg features of tho Bank of Missouri Bl? n? IPS0UR1 AND L' HA7ICIIks. Jan fill Juw.'>0. Die. Inc. ; T.oviJ, 1, 1 i-7' .fiflj 91, ;8t ? S?p nr, 4S?.V)7 9?^.7 (I ? J1J.IR3 I I Cd'.A iou, 47 7IVJ00 ? H7.740 D< posits, S 9.(>'.>9 719 728 ? 270 t99 The Baltimore Commissioners of Finance have given notico that they will on the 1st of August ensuing redeem *3 much of the stock drbt of tho city which matured in l->33asi* now outstanding. The amount we believe I Udder twenty thousand dollars, and is redeemed under th? operation of the sinking fund. Ibis notice of the Comm:?Mi*ners seems to have been the origin of many rn. m-.T*. The n.otive of the political print* In attacking and endnvorirg to prevent the piyment and setling of tho evertil fcttto debts in an honest and equitable minner, such us that proposed by Illinois, ia apparent in that venal print the''Courier " It ia on the plan of O'Connell's agitation to promote divtres* and create evil, in order to maUa it instrumental in robbing the public treasury. The miserable politicians are detsimined that no debts shall he settled until the public lan 1s are divided among the Mates. This is what they call "defending the honor of tho country." Oue of the most remarkable signs of the times in Eyland, notwithstanding the abuse of tho United States, li tin* singular rapidity with which the doctrine of repudiation of Ike kutioml but, or avowd nation* I inmUeney, ?'? extending itself. More than two year* since, some ef the most influential financial journals attacked the na. tior.al debt us the cause of all political as well as financial difficulties, which are besetting the empire at all point*. The form under which repudirtion i* urged, in by steady and persevering attack* upon " reel's bill" of 191# For 24 year* now that bill ha* been the constant butt of a lsrgr party, both in and out of Parliament. To it has been a cubed erery public difficulty winch has arisen, with greater perseverance than even the" removal of the do* P'jsitos" was made fatuita on this side. Now, in order to understand the bearing of tbi* bill, we will Ar*t state the nature of the bill. When uuder P.tt, the English government not only undertook te wego war with Napoleon, out of mere jealousy of French power, but tosapport tho whole expense of all the continental opposition to that power, enormous sums of money were to be raised yarly. la 1797 it bucame evident that this system coold be continued no longer, unless the bunk was allowed to suspend specie payments, and largely extend the t mount of paper money afloat. This was accordingly done to the following extent : ? h'to ISII Debt A*T> PAPFR '"OR^ewcv. / )tbl. bank Ck'otu Exch hi lit. Total Paper M unty P9i, .c:39 r.Gi,4co n.m.'oo 25,no,ooo *m IF K. Vhl,ttS,SIO 67,llil. 3S 9I,*?1,? 0 IS"M>, iBJ 6 8 HIG 18 C'li ,< ! 0 i.y,7'.0.fcC0 ?7,7G',? 00 11(43, 79 i.Rflu cOO il?.3L?0 (K ? 31 2tO,'.t0 41 i69,'00 From 179i .o 18!0 over 4.'3O.'t,O0O 000 wus created, and the paper money increased 3U0 perccnt. By thus constantly increasing the amount of money afloat, tho government was enabled to borrow any aumii^ wished Priced of all commodities rose in proportion; con. stquently all parties were apparently getting rich. Tho paper money borrowed by government on stock, wa* parity paid out again lor muuuiuns 01 war, ana pamy re mittt'd in gold to the continent The actual operation, therefore, was to give government stock for munitions of war. When tho war ceased, aiid commercial Intercourse with foreign ustionswss leiumcd, the demand for warlike atom cejsod, and government ceased to boriovv. It became necessary, there ore, to restore the currency. To do so would occaoion a fall in prices, which id 11 in prices was really and truly a part of tae war ex_ peases. In order to carry on the war, prices were arti. (icially raised, which was a juggle that could not lait,and the inevitable reduction w as a part of the war expense in a new form. In 1819 the restoration of the currenoy became inevitable, and was effected by " Peel's act' gradually. The bank commenced paying a pait 6f its notes in Fcbiuary, 1820, and completed the resumption May , 1921. It ii this simple act of return ng to honesty, a id fulfilling the promuts borne upon the fa?e oi the paper money, that has sinco be n so much rtvilod,b?* cause the full in prices occasioned by it powerfully coa. viiUtd lue aristocracy ana tne isdcu'u inierrsie. i?ora Johu Russell in a late speech ipoxe at follows : ? " An important change occurred in 19(9, which really Ml, cicl the price ol' corn. Thu attempt to keep up th? pi ice of corn atS'M. entirely failed, tor the Right H?u. laionit, in 1819, introduced u cbuiife in the currency, and restored the muiUrd U value. Jtia remarkable to obeai v? the?11. ct during the live j ear* bklorc and live ye?ra after ISiU. Ia I'M6 the price was 79a. )8i7 Kij. 1SH 8#?. If 10 74*. IsftW ft7*. Thu*, ?ven in 1810, a great difference in the price bad ' e, n produced; but the average of the five yeaia waa 80?. PI. per o'urter. What wax the casa in the Are years lolloping K-20? in l-'il the price was 6fl?. l&il 441. 1 -J* ?U. \-s2A B3?. 08*. Giving an aveiDgeof 47*. SJ iustead of the fjrmer rr^H gf 8'K 9J '1 bat average irom I8-J0 te 18i# doe* not much dilt'ir from the average from Iri.tO to 1S1U. It waa not t'i>it:iore any alteration in the corn law* that had prodii:t(1 the alteration ol price, bu. the (.iteration in th? monetary aj au-m." This i* very significant, comi-ife, from a lea ling member pi rnrinitnfnx i ne bh.k no'es nre in iact a pan 01 tn? Government Jebt, and he aacrtbea to the payment of tlia^ debt alt the aubieqtieot ditltcultiea of Government. All on, in the Hiatory of Europe, vol. 3, page 385, (peaking of Mr. Hiwkiaaon. remark:!? " Ho *trenu?u.-ly ajvocated tho return to a metallic currency in 1819, bct.ire any neiiou* progreta h*d h.-en m td? in the reduction ot the puntic debt c<mtiact>-(t during the paper one-, width* r<**ntt hin been tnat t!ie nation hn? been mrntly d.aabie 1 from paying it oil; and the loll in tlie mniH y price ot all property to lha *Kt?*nt of a third, produced aiicU ? norm of diaconteut aa overthrow tho old ronitituiion oltbr Empire." Thii citnict lrom Aliaon ia woi thy of no other notice fiaa a* expr?Mivoof the i !ea? of thu aria ocratic clique ol which he is the mouthpieee. The malevolence, ig* nornnce, and d^honetty diap ayed in hi* romance, milcalled a hiitory, have alroady earned for it the con erapt it meiita. Scott'* publication of the" Life of NapoKon,' in annular vein nearly ruined a gigantic rrputation. To ihow the practical working ot th??e vieive,'??r?pnb* li'S tho followinj Mler the membur from Birmirg* hum, which we find in a circular to banker*: ? " BmxixaiitM, lith June, 1843. " Mr Dcm Pm,?I r?ooU?ct well the "perch ot Otonuell at tu? Thatched Hou?e Taeern in 1S3S; hut there am ' wo oilier point* which you have not ailtiilnd to in your U?t Circular, ?n<l w hich at thit juneturt might be tia ful fur yen to publifh. He not only aaul what yon report, tint he al?o mxdn u*a of exactly thn blowing word*, which I have often publicly quoted both in Parliament and nut. H? a?id, ' Upon my honor, n* n ntl :man, I do consent io<mly believe, th^t thrtr. fxurlhi ol the miaerina of my unh >ppy country are oco-ionwd lolelv by that ?c.? rnritd Bill, nt mtly, PrtVt Bill a/ 1819' He then added, I can well bt |i? ve lhat if tie Am ric<ti wno<la had uevnr :>-'n nlloe. fd to be cut down, wi<bout ever) man belli* CM|MlM t.i u?e a / <Me;i arc, the Aioeucan wood* would n;iv ! mmiiiw in iiieir |irimrcv.it M?tp to inuaay. " Aftrr thone ilivl*rntii>r?, I tally expected to have had hl? mi poit in the Hour* of Comnoni, hut I nf ver obtain* ft) it To the bent cf my recollection, he rien-r oprnnl i? moillti uprii the ribltct, rxrrjit to dtprreittt in ditcutfi(in. The Cathulirt of Ireland and the Radical? ol Eii({Ikti have rIwa\i deprecated it* dianiKion; anlthelute ^Villmm Cohbett, in explaining At* enndurt to me In thl* r.'?p?ct, madeuteof the following wordi,'l tell you. Att. #00.1, that outolthi* nettle misrry, wo (lull pluck the llnwer Liberty Von would inpport the Bank, the Church, the At Mocracy, the Dt ?r, the Government, and the whole of tbl? ir?!r.nn*t tnno Now lot m? have my way, Hn 1 I will pull them all rfuwn to iht rtry ground tommmitl ' "jvVlHt > lingular anl Mai combination of partial hM

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