Newspaper of The New York Herald, August 6, 1843, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated August 6, 1843 Page 1
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ITH Vol. IX?No, 414.?Wliole Ko. 34*0. To I lie Public. THE NEW YORK HERALD?daily new?paper-pubilihed urery day of the yfarnncept N?w Year'i day and Fourth of July. Price 2 ccnta per copy?or $7 28 per an mini?poatagei [aid?caih in advance. j THE WEEKLY HEKALD?publiabed every Saturday morning?price 6J cent* per copy, or $3 IS per annum? , pontxgM paid?caah in advance. ADVERTISERS are inioroae.l that tho circulation of 1 the Herald in over THIRTY THOUSAND, and increas > Ing fast. It hat the largest circulation oj any jiaper in I hit t city, or the world, and it, therefore, tht hut channel for bw j sineiv men in the city or country. Prices modul ate?carh t in advance. r PRINTING of ail kinds executed at the raost moderate 1; prices, and in the moit clrgint sty leJAMES GORDON BENNETT, ? Pkopjiktob or the Hki*lu Eitjuli?hme*t, Northwest corner of Kulton and Nassau street*. c . _ _ I! AUKN'i'B, c 1 ne followirg ia a Hat of ?gvuu for thw Herald, where r subscilptions will be received, and >uigla numbers are found for sale:? Buxton, Mass Messis. R<vldln? k Co, Philadelphia, Pa . M.-xsr* Zioher k Co. Baltimore, Md v\ m Taylor. Washington, D. C Do -.U-l- M V T fi Li U. buiiaiu, 41. i.. ......... . . . v. iiiviu. v New Haven, Conn T. H. Pease. Hartford, Conn J. W. Judd, I Albany, N. V Geo. Jons*. Troy,N. Y Levi Willard. Lausingburgh, N. Y A Lewi*. c Newark. N.J D Smith. Catskill. NY. H Rewn. Feeltskill, N Y T. Monkhouia 8ing Sing, N. Y.., S. Bard. . New Orleans, La J.C. Morran. Cincinnati. O Hubert Camnha \. Paterson. N.J Matthew Uougboity J Rochester. N. Y.... A Jones. . Elizabethto?rn, N. J.. . .. . .Samuel Crane. ! New Brunswick, N. J William 8olomot>, Ht. Louis, Mo Woodward Ic Mathews. | Charleston, 8.C........... Amos Huad. Hudson, N. Y George Clara. 1 Augusta, Oa 8. A. Holmes. < Mobile, Ala M Bcullemei , Poughkeepsie, N Y Levi Smith. Trenton, N.J J. Raunsloy. Louisville, Ky W. A. HaMi-?an. < Wheeling, Va K. C Brookman. Now London, Con 8. & G Roger*. Utica, N- Y J.B.Loet J ' Nashville, Tmn A. Billings. Syracuse, N.Y James Robertson t Bridgeport, Ct 9- W. Ha'ch. f Jickfcon, . J. W Clark. Vickstmig. Ml?* ... ... Mrs. E. A Parker. \ New Bedlord. Mass A. Robinson. Providence,R. I .John Gruen. Worcester, Mass L- Thompson. Nantucket, Muss J. P. Hussey. ftj- Yearly subscription to the Daily Herald, $7 34, and lor a shorter period at the rame rate. The Weekly Hernld, M 25. ?i^?s?i??ps?ps??s??n NEW LINE OF LIVERPOOL TACKETB. ' To a&il from New York on the 2Jth and Liverpool on the 13th ol each month >Hy tff? (fgjtFrom New Iohk. Ship ROfiCIUS, Captain John Collins, 2.1th July. Ship 8IDDONS, Captain A. B. Cobb, 2Jth August. Whip SHERIDAN. Captain F. A. Depeyiter. 2Mh Sept. Ship GARRlCK, Captain Wm. Skiddy, JJth October. From Liverpool. Ship SHERIDAN, Captain F. A. De|>eyster, 13th July. Ship GARRICK, Capt. Wm. Skiddy, l.tth August. Ship ROSCIUS, Captain John Collins, 13th September. 1 Ship SIDUONS, Captain E. B. Cobb, 13th October. '1 nese ships art- all of the first claw, upwards of 1000 tons, built in the city of New York, with such improvements as combine great speed with unusual comfort for passengers. Every cate his be,in taken in the arrangement of their accommodations. The price of passage hence is These shilo are commanded by experienced masters, who will make every eiertion to give general satisfaction. Neither the captains or owners of the ships w ill be responsible for any letters, parcels or packages sent by them, unless regular bills of lading ore signed therefor. For freight or passage apply to E. K. COLLINS CO., .'iC South st.. New York, or to BROWN, SHIPLEY St CO.. Liverpool. Letter* by the packets will be charged I2*j cents pei single hiet ; JO ce tts j>er ounce, and newspaper* 1 Mat each. jy7 ec THE NEW LINK OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS. ,t& JUt I o sail Irom New iurk, and from Liverpool Jth < '! each month. Ship HOTTlNtil'ER, IQjO tow, ( ,r,i ? Ira Burselv, j.lGthJlll>. New Ship LIVERPOOL, IliO tons, J ..-.t. ???? , John Eldridjje. > I(,!l' August. NowShip GREAT WESTERN, 12J0 tns. J lr.i s.t Philip P. Woodhouse. J 16tli September. Ship ROCHESTER. OiO tons. <..,h John Britton. ) ,6th Those substantial, fast sailing, first class ships, all built in th? city ol i>ew ? ork. aie comiiiiuueci t>y men 01 experience and ability, aud will be dispatched punctually on the 16th of rich MMB. Their cabins an' elegant anil commodious, and are furnished with whatever cau conduce to the c.vie .uid comfort of passeuKvrv Neither the captains or owner* of tliese ships w ill be responsible for any par&'ls or packages sent by them, unless regular till* jading are signed therefor. Ki'r frmgnt or i nar apply to WOODirOLL Sc MINTURNS, H7 South street, New \ork, or to FIELDEN, BROTHERS Is. * O.. te 21 r Liverpool. V^jv Jfc Jfc Ml flNWK* eWHMfew PASSAGE FROM GREAT BRITAIN AND IRK LAND BV THK BLACK BALL OR OLD LINK OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS. [Sailing from Liverpool on the 7th and 19th of every month.] Persons w ishinK to se*id to the Old Country for their friend* ran make the. necessary arrangements with the subscribers, and have them rome out in this ?u|ierior Lin* of Packets, .Sailing (roui Liverpool punttually on the 7ih and lOtli of every month. They will also nave a first rate class of American trading ship*. tiling every si* days, thereby affording weekly communication trom that port. One of the linn (Mr. Jainivi 1). Roche J is there, to see that they jh'll Ik? forwarded w ith care aud despatch. Should the parties agrerd for no' come out, the money will be returned to those who paid It her*, without any reduction. Th? Black Ball, or Old Linn of Liverpool Packets, comprise the following magnificent Ships, v iz The OXFORD, The NKW YORK, ( a.v i)riDoe, ( olum bi s, EUROPE SOI Til A Ml. RICA. ENGLAND NORTH AMERICA. With such suiwiior and tineuitalled arrangements the subscribers confidently look forward for a continuance of that support which has been extended to them so many years, for which thcY sre grateful Those proceeding, or remitting money to their relatives, can si nil times obtain Drafts at sight for any amount, drawn direct e i the Royal Bank of Inland. Dublin, also on Messrs. PRESCOTT, GROTE. AMES Sc CO. i> inKt'nt, i.onuon, which will be paid on demand at any of I he Bank*. or their Branchos, in all tlw i>ri icipal towns throughout KiiKland, liiv laud, Hcotlmid and H ?l?. Apply, or address, (if l>y letter, post raid.) ROC 1 IK, BROTHERS Sc. CO. 3j Fulton itrirt New York, nett d?or to the Fulton Bank. N. 11.?The Old Lin* of Liverpool Packet* sail from this port for Liverpool oil the 1st and lOili of each monlh. I'uties returning to the old country will find it to their comfort and advantage to select this favorite Line lor their conveyance, in preference to any other. d27 r NEW YORK AND HAVRK PACKF.TS. Kecoiid Lino?The 8hi|>? of thin line will hereafter leave New Votk on tlw 1st, aud Havre on tlv 16th of each month, a* follows, vit From New Yonit. From Havre. New Shij) ON F.IDA, i 1st March. ( lt>ih April. Captain < 1st July. < Itith Auituit. . . ? . . ( Ut November. ( IStli Dec ember. Ship BALI I.VIORE, V Ut April. l lfith May. Captain \ 1st August. ] September, . .\'dwar" 'uuok ' Ut December. ( Itith Januaiy. Ship UTH A. ^ Ut May. i |r,ih June. Captain \ Ut September. : Ifiih October. , "d'Tirkllrwitl. f Ut January. ( |?th February. NawthipBt. NlCHOLASl Ut Jnne. V lrith July. Captain < 1st October. ] 16th November. J-B, IVJI.f Ut February. ( Ifith March. The accommodation* of theae ?hipt an- not surpassed, combining all that may be required for comfort. The price of cabin passage i? S1U0 r***Rn|er* will lie supplied with every nqnisite w ith the enception of wines and liquors, lloodi intended for those vessels will be forwarded |?y iKe sn!>scriliers, free from any other than the expanse* actually incurred ou tli-m. For freight or iiassaRe, apply to BOYD & llfNt'KF.N, \events, leJiec No. 9, Tontine Building, cor. Wall and Water sts. FOIf NKW ORl.EAN*. LOllflANNA AM) >KW ! A< KKTS Aft> j&ib- *t'rk> hjl^v w?*" HBWm r <u uiv u? (tor .sccciiiiiioH tiio.t 01 it i? niirMrtrd to de*p?tch a ship from ill in port on the l*t, Jth, 10th, Itoh.SOth, ami 25th of each mouth, commencing the Ifllh October *uil con* fitiuiiiK until May, when regular ?1 \ys w ill In' appointed for the remainder of the year, whereby gnat delay* and disappoint menta will be prevented (hiring the mimmer month*. "1 he fo|. lowing shipx will comment" thia arrangement: , Ship \ AZUO. C uii tin Cornell. Ship tl( ONKK, < iiplain Jackxnti. Ship MISSISSIPPI, Captain lU'lianl. Ship l,OUISVILI..K, Captain limit. Ship sll YKSPKAKK, Capla'n Miner. Sliip HA 9TON. Captain Litliam. Ship HL'NTSVlLLK, Captain Mum ford. Ship Oc.MI LOKh, < aptain Leavitt. Ship NASHVI1.LE, Captain Dickinson, Ship M KM I'll IS, Captain Knight. Ship LOUISA, Captain Mill ford. Tlieae *hip* were all Imilt in 'he city of New York, expreaal\ for packet*, are of light draft of water, hive mc.'ntly been newly coppered and put ill splendid order, with accommodation* for passenger* unequalled '"r comfort. They are ruminaiided by experienced inaitei v w ho w ill make evury exertion t? give general satisfaction. They w ill ?tt all timet be towed up anil dow n the Mississippi by steamboat*. Neither the owner* or captain* of tlieac ship* will |x> reapon-ilile for jewelry, bullion, preciom atone*, ailver or plated wan-. 1 or for a.iv letteis, parcel or ixsckayc, aejit uy or put on board of J ihem, Biileja regular billa of lading are fallen Tor the mine and ^ the value thereon expressed. Kor freiijlii or i>a.aa?e, niilily to f . K COLLlNM .V CO >, Sotuli ?t., or it 04 nuuiMii r r , \k?hi hi ,>i? i Oil.* ?*ill promiHly fnrwnnl -,!l good* to ibrir mldnm '{ I !.? imp* <I tnii lit*** arc *.irmnf*<l to .ml j>uiirru*lly a* ad- I And frwt nrr will l?c mkru |o h n? irv* gootU correct- j lv m*a?urr?l. ?lr j E NE ri IX hi JOHN HEHDMAN'S OLD ESTABLISHED EMIGRANT PASSAGE OFFICE. jife life . ??&, KhOi L.itk. LINr, or i l\t. i bjuPS, i.I !>ou(h street. New * ork. PASSAtfE to and from tireat Britain .mil In land, \ ia I Iierpool and London, by the regular packet ships, sailing ou he 1st, 7th, 13th, 19th, ami 2'itll of each month to ami from Li* v erpool anil to ;uid from Loudon 1st. lUlh and 20th of each lion t h. T he subscriber has made unequalled arrangements to bring ?ut emigrants, and can, with great confidence, assure those perlouasending for their fiiends, that every due and diligent ateutiou w ill be shown them, and all w ho embark with them. I'assage can also be engaged from Liverpool direct to New l)reans, Mobile, Savannah, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Boston, and o the different ports of the British Provinces, at the lowest ates. With thosu arrangements, together with the advantage v\hich lis Lir?r|H>ol correspondents possess, being large snip owners, nd cxteusively engaged in the freightiii); business de,patching early at least 100 first class ships from Liverpool to the va rous ort* of thu United Statea, with freight ana passenge: The scility offered by this establishment is unsurpassed an ' from he large number of first class ships employed in th lin there an be no detention whatever, which will be guara* tea 1 lie rice of passage w ill be at the lowest rates, and si uld ny of liose sent for decline coming, the passage moue* w 1 be as ustomary refunded. The steamboat fare from tl ? .nflerent oris to Liverpool ean, as usual, be secured. JOHN HEHDMAN. 61 South st. N V o J. St. W. HOB IN SON, near Wall street. Merchants and Emigrant*' A m t, No. 10 Woree Piazza*. L >6f ool. DRAKTB AND EX< HANtlE. The Subscriber miiifsts the attention of those t in ting nmicy to their frie-ids to his unequalled arrangements ...r the paynent of his drafts on demaud, without discount or any chaige vhatever, at the lollop nig Banking Institutions, viz :? IN ENGLAND?Messrs. James Bult, Sou St Co., Bankers .inid.'U. Messrs J. Barnard & Co., Exchange and Discount Bank, Li-, erpool. National Provincial Bank of England, and Branches throughnit England and Wales. Yorkshire District Bank and Branches. Birmingham Banking Co. Lancaster Banking ( o. IN SCOTLAND?Oreenock Banking Co. in (ilasgow and ircenock. Eastern Bank of Scotland and Branches. IRELAND?Provincial Bank of Ireland. kmagh Cork Emits Mallow Vthlouu (arlow Euuiskillen Monej more iallina Ctvtll (rvlway Omagh Mfast Colersine Kilkenny ' Parsonatown lain bridge Cootehill Kilrush Sligo lallyinena Dublin Londonderry Strabane landau Downpatrick l.irgei Tralee Jallyshannon DiiMgni'ion Limerick Watcrford Jlonmel Diiugarron Mouagliau Youghall National Bank of Ireland. ftillin.ln.t (,.,l?l.., M ...... Banasher Enniscorthy Neuah Tuam Boyle Fermoy New llnu Thomastown "osli'T Calway Hoscrea Trslee ,'arrick on Sair Kanturk l'.oscomtnon Weatport "astleri* Longford Sliuo Wet lord hirlesville Loughrcn Tallow Wicklow ^lonmel Micnaetstown Thurle* N. B.?In addition to the Liverpool ami London packets, I lie ubscriber in also agent for the regular packets sailiuu weeklv Vom New York to New Orleans, Mobile, Charleston, and 4.1 van nail, by which passage can be secured at the lowest rates. ylfrtf JOHN IIKH I'M A N. ITAPSCOTTS GENERAL PASSAGE OFFICE, 43 PECK SLIP, NEW VOKK. #f> lUiv i tie subscribers l>eg to call Che attention of their friends and [he public generally, to their superior arrangements for bringUK out passenger* (roin.'aud remitting; money to any part of Knglaud, Ireland, Scotland or Wales, in the magnificent pack t snips, comprising the "NE\V LINE OK LIVERPOOL PACKETS," VIZ.:Sliip ROSC1U S, Capt. Collins. Ship SIDDON8, Captain Cobb. Ship SHERIDAN. Captain Depeyster. Ship OAKHICK, Captain Skiddy. New ship HOTTINOUER, Captain Bursly. Ship SOUTHERNER, Captain Woodhouse. Ship ROCHESTER, ( aptain Palmer. New Ship LIVERPOOL, Captain Klilredge. Sailing twice every month ; and with the " l.'NITEl) LINE," composed of superior first class American ships, sailing every ten days, will make five ships in each month throughout the year, (or one every si* days) thereby preventing the possibility nf unnecessary detention. Passage* direct from London, Bristol and Greenock to New Y ork. Also from Liverpool to New Orleans, Mobile. Savannah Charleston, Philadelphia, Boston and Baltimore, nnd the various ports in British North America, cau at all times be engaged on liberal terms. fi-.r.. I r?. ,i.. :. < _: i. .. :n :i . the advantage* to be derived from selecting this line in preference to any other, anil they may rest muutM that uuusiial care will be taken to make the jiassage agreeable, the ships being titted up with an eye solely to the comfort of passengers. In all cases where the parties sent for decline coming, the money will be refunded, without any deduction, as usual. A free passage from the various seaports of Ireland and Scotland, can also be secured. The regular packet* for which the subscribers are agents, sail as follows, viz.:?To and from I.oudou on the 1st, If), and L'lltii nl each month. To and from Liverpool on the 1st, 7th, 13th, 19th, and 25th of each month. New Orleans, Mobile, Savannah. and Charleston, weekly throughout the season. REMITTANCES. Persons in the countrj w ishing to send money to their friends by enclosing the sum they wish seat, with the name aud address of the parties to receive, it, may rely on a drift for the amount being forwarded per first packet, after the receipt thereof. and an acknowledgement for the same returned per mail. ilrsl'ti at sight, for any amount, are payable on demand, w ithDill discount or any other charge, at the .National and I rovinrial Banks of Ireland and branches, Eastern II ink of Scotland, tireenock. and their hranchis. Met.'IJames Bult. Son & o. U inkers London Exchange, and Discount II ink, Liverpool and in every principal town of Great Britain and Ireland. Further particulars made known ou application, if by letter, I'ost paid, to W. St J. T. TAPSCOTT. flSy r ___ Peck Slip, corner South st. FOB BUFFALO AND ALL PARTS Of' THE westassociation passage office to albany. lltica $2 ("I Rochester, S3 llfl Syracuse, 2 2.'i Buffalo, 3 Alt Oswego, X 2.1^ Up. and Lower Canada 5 50 For pas.Mge apply to vr. L KAY, m2;i ini 03 Barclay stxvet, New York. NKW JKHSIiY RAILROAD AND TRANS PORT ATI ON COM PAN Y. c&mto fisaa asafo AO. NKW YOKK AM) NK\PAHK. FAHE REDUCED TO TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. V roin the foot of Conrtlandt street, New York. (Every day?Sundays excepted.) Leaves New York. Leaves Newark. At s A.M. At 2 P.M. At 7 A.M. At l',P.M. 9 do. 3 do, R do. do. 11 do. 4 do. 9 do. .1S do. do. 10)* do. do. 6,Si do. JX do. do. ON SUNDAYS. Krom the foot of Couitlandt street. Leaves New York. Leaves Newark. At ft A. M. and P. M. At US 1'. M. and 'jM 1*. M. NKW YOHK, ELIZABETH TOWN. l,H?e> New York. Leave* Elizabeth Tow n At ? A.M. At 3 P.M. At 7 A.M. :iS P. M. 9 do. 4 do. II 'a do. 7 do. 11 do. do. ID d<>. 9,Si do. i4* do. 12 do. The train* fur Westfield, Plaintield, Houndbrook, S.invrvillc, &c.. connect with the 1>.\. M., and 4S? ? M. ; trains from New Voik daily, Sundays executed. Fare between New York and Elizabeth Town 2A cent*. Kan- between dn. and Kotnerville, 71 cents. NKW YORK AND HA11WAV. I.f.tvtM New York. Leaves Railway. At ? A. M. At 3 P. M. At 7 A. M. At 3 P. M. ft do. i do. 0 ) >. i 1* do. 11 do. t do. !lt? do. 'J do. do. II9,. do. NEW YORK AND NKW HltUNSWICK. From foot of Coitrtlandt street, New York, daily. Leaves New Yoik. Leaves New Brunswick. At 9 A.M. At 4 P.M. At fi A.M. At IIVi A.M. b}i do. 7^ do. Hli P. M. _ ON SUNDAYS. Lrtves New York. Leave* New Bmnawiek. Al !' A. M. an.! I ? P. M. At II1., A. M? and ft, P. M. Fire, <-\ei pi in tin1 Philadelphia trains, between New York and New lirtt'iswick. .'?0 ei'iils. Between New York and Rahway, Vj cents. Passenifcrs who procure their tickets at the ticket office, receive ? ferry ticket cratis. Tickets are received bv tie- conductor only oh tin my when jmrcliuhd. rail Jm'r SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. NKW YORK AND PIIII, A DKI.PIII A RAILROAD LINK DIHKt'T, Vr* N i war*. NnvnHtisswii k. Piiinci rnv, Tni stnv, Bohiu \town Ami Bi;i o>. , -w7?r yw v --mnTHKOl (Til IN SlA HUtlvB. t , Leaviug New York daily from the foot of ( oortlaiidt ?t. Morning Linoat9 A. Pilot Line at h% I. M. The Morning Line proceed* to Bordcutown, from thence oy steamboat to Prnhd'-lpnia. ? . . . # The K veiling Udc proceed* direct to ( awden (opposite to Philadelphia) without change of car*. e e ^ PaMenperi will procure their tickets at the office loot 01 (ourtlandt street, where a commodious steamboat, will ?>e in readinea*. with bawage crates on hoard. Philideh'hia hagg up* crate* ar?! lcon\eyed from city wihoiif being ope.wd by the way. Kach train is provided with ? car in * hieh ar?* apartments ami dressing room* eipmsly lor the ladies' use. I Returning, the lines leave Philadelphia from the foot ol v\ si nutstrretjby p?? to Ilordenfown at ^ o'clock, A. M. t??tn C'amd. n. at > o'olock, P. M. ... . J h?-lines for Baltimore leave Philadelphia at V? A. M.. and ' M. being a continuation of the lines from New 1 ork. jel , N K \\ \ ORK, piswo?choolky'8 moi/ntain_ w?.Via K. ami Sotnerville R. Rond .tf&il" I*?>r Scliuoley i Mount tin. h-ivc pier No. i .*> ?? ? ' o clock, A. M., duly. (Sunday* excepted) by steamboat to Klirthethport; or hive the foot of < oitrtland *tn?et ato'clock A. M., b> N. J. Railroad to Kliftahethtow n, thence connect >vith the cars lor Sonierville coaches, the ice 2n iniles t ? the Mount liu?arriving early in the afternoon. Kor Ka?to;i leave a* above, proceed by railroad to Sonierville. coaches from thence (only 31 miles) arriving in Kaitouatti n*dock. This route *o;t account of the short distance by coaches, making it by far the inost pleasant and expeditious, commends itself to public patronage. Mr. Sanderson, lite proprietor at Somervillf, has provided himself with carriage* am! hora?a to accommodate. private partim with etrru at the shortest notice, j and o?i nnfonalde term*. K. r *eat* apply to H. D. Hope, Merchants' Hotel, 11 CourtPa**c lgers from Philadelphia to Schoolev'* Mountain, will i leive Philadelphia ar ? o'clock. \. M? by New York railroad , line to New Brun?wick. Splendid coaches from thence, arrivi iu at the mountain ivirly same afternoon. A 'Jm*r roc k \\* u PAVli ion i ong l?l vnd kaii ho ad. w ***% Train* noon this road leave Brooklyn, South V\ rry, for .Imnairi, where coachea are in ividiwwi 6***1? , delightful resort, the Murine Pavilion, at ^ . t if, .? -j ,TIm | ?V|or* ikii rMlll-|*?kAt (i r. >1. ' Iriti* J*mit<M *t 0 A. VI., 12 M.. nml S V. M. for N*'t% Vork. I?'mv to .JflinaiCA 3M. ; thr*?i??;li from Brooklyn to h? Piivilioii, ?)CMtf. jfll fiw'r ' ;/ i- . ? vv vo W YOHK, SUNDAY MOl 1'ATEHSON RAILROAD. ' SOS aJS > K A it r. (>M,^ >J O.Vl ?. ? Vrom Patprson to Jersey City. ' On ami after Monday, I7tli July, the eais will leave P.itkhhon DtroT. Nnv York, ii A. M. ? V. M. J in* " i2'.. r. m. 4 4 P. M. i " v ON SUNDAYS. P Lkav? I'atkihon Dkkoj'. Lk**? Nkw York. l)?A.M. ii', A.M. i P. M. 6 P. M. r Transportation ears jily daily (Sunday* r\oeiHed.) Passengers arc advised to lie at the Kerry, foot of ( oiuii.uidt street, a s few minutes liefore the stated hours of departure. Jy 19 Gin tl 8C"0#"Sit?TAIN i; Lmve ilit* loot of Courtlandt sln*ct, daily (8u.iu. .? ,ne;uiji r at K o'clock, A. M. hy railroad from Jersey oily In Morristow.i, (| tlw* ice In- Post concluw through Mividhvin, Chester, Schooley's h Mountain, Anderson Town, Port I olden, Washington, to Knslon. At Washington a daily line intersects to and Irom |. Me!\ i(!* ], For seats apply to J. Hill, at J. Paitou's Coiumer- n eial Hotel, 73 CoMRludl street, tl N. II.?F.itra-s furnished at tlie shortest notice by applying to N B. Lflw, United States Hoia],Morristown. myll Snwo t N K\V " A H itANt i KM KN V. FA 11K AM) FRF.KiHT RKDI'CED. .o^^> xzi RKC.ULAR MAII, LINK--FOR PROVID KNC K WD BOSTON, via, STONtrf J iMi'irv AND N KW PORT?( ompo^ed ^ of tlx- following su|>erior steamer,, runuiug in connection with the Stonington anil Boston ail?l Providence Railroad* :? MA8SAC1IUSKTT8, Cant, Couutock. RHODF. ISLAND, Capt Thayer. PHOVIDKNCK. N AIIR AOA NSETT. MOHKOAN. One of which will leave New Vork daily (Sunday;, except- ' (Hi) from Pier No. 1, Battery Place, N. lliver, at i P. M. AKHANOKMKNTS. The RHODK ISL AND, Captain Thayer, on Monday, and Wednesday for Stouington and Newport, and Friday For StoiiiiiKtou. The Si A S8ACII USK.TTS, Captain Comstock, on Tne?dry and Thursday for Stoningtou, and Saturday for Stouinuton, New port and Providence. Passengers, on the arrival of the steamers at Stouington, w ill lie immediately forwarded in the splendid and commodious I ars id' the Railroad to Providence and Boston, and if for Newiiort will proceed in the steamers on Monday, Wednesday and eat ut day, and cm the intervening days, proceed via Stoningtou Railroad to Providence, and from thence in the steamer *> Iotas, without any additional charge. Tickets for the route anil ste.anvrs' berths can lie secured on j board, "i at the office of , UAitNini-'V v en N? I W.II .m?> ' (TT^Oii ami after thn l(ith iuxt, freight will not be received ana forwarded after h ilf-pust i P. M. mOGm* in { NKW VORK AN1) KINGSTON STEAM FREIGHT t AND PASSAGE LINE. I' a?\ For Kingston, and Delaware and Murium n^l?steamboats EMERALD and NOU'i'he bjVlEKALD, Captain John Kilchun, will leave New York, foot of Murray street, every Monday and Thursday at 5 r o'clock, P. M. Will leave Kingston (Rondout lauding) every Wednesday il and Saturday at 3 o'clock, P. M. ? The NORWICH, Captain John SimueW, will le?ue New , York, foot of Warren street, every Wednesday and Saturday at 5 o'C lock, P. M. | Will leave Kingston (Rondout landing) every Tuesday and ( Friday at 3 o'clock, P. M. EXTRA TRIPS. The EMERALD w ill leave the foot of Murray street every , Sunday morning at 7 o'clock. Returning, le.ivej Kingston at | 1 o'clock same day. For freight or passage apply on board, or to . WILLIAMSON. BARLOW St CO., a2I 3m"r 1C1 West street. jMn *G\ FA RE REDUCED FO~R BRIDGEPORT AND NORWALK?Landing at Bilden's i Fare to Bridgeport. 25 cents. Fare to Norwalk, I2>jcu. Fare to New Haven, 75 cents. The steamboat MUTUAL SAFETY leaves Liberty n(n?t Pier every morning, Sunday excepted, at f, o'clock, for Bridgeport and Norwalk, touching at Belden's Neck, running in connexion with the Homatonic Railroad. Returning, leave Bridgeport at half-past 1 P. M., or on the arrival of the cars. New Haven Line?Stages leave Bridgeport immediately on the arrival of the boat. The distance is 18 miles, with fine . roads and a beautiful country. Fare to New llaven 75 cents. Office foot of Liberty street. jyHI ltn're URIAH GREGORY, Agent. STATEN ISL \NI) FERRY", FOOT to OK WHITEHALL ST.?The steamboats VI" ?. STATEN ISLANDERaud SAMSON will run as follow s until further notice :? Leave New Vork 8. 0. Ill, 11, 1, 2, 3H?, 5, 6, 7. Leave Stateu Isliud 8, 9, III, II, 1. I, 5, C, 7. Leave New York and Statei every hour on Sunday. Stat en Island Ferry?foot of Whitehall street, to Clifton direct. The steamboat Hercules will leave New York2 P. M.? Clifton, 5 P. M. on Sunday, July 10th. P. S,?Excursion to Fort Hamilton, Sundays excepted.? Leave Fort Hamilton 7,'? A. M., returning from New York, 3"4 IVM. jll r /aef STATEN ISLAND- FERRY?CLIF ijf i_T Mr tuw, i nr, ^anivu? ??uimi i iiBiimi "* further notice, Ok* 2 o'clock frip from Whir.- > ( hill (the STATKN ISLANDKB) will, after making her v usual landings .it the Quarantine mid Stapleton. proceed to the new wlnrfat Clifton, near the Telegraph. The SAMSON will |e.i\m Clifton wharf for the city, *t fV o'clock. On Suudiys, the 2 o'clock trip from Whitehall will proceed | 1 dire? t to ( 111 ton, without UNK'hiuic a( tie* Quarantine md St?i?l ft on, .md the return boat will leave Clifton w Mart .it 6 o'clock r'are 12^' cents. 1 This arrangement w ill afford a <1?-1 i^litful excursion to the * Narrows, and an opportunity of enjoying tin* net breexe, see- I nery and pro?|?ecf, lor which that part of St a ten Uluid is so ce- u lebrated, with auiple time for a ramble, and bat hi 1:4 011 the sea e side. j 29 2w r |> -J Nh'AV AUllAMWK.NT FOR A -^-lrT~> 81111KWSBUHY?I.otiK Branch. Sandy 3bMMSS^JB2?Hook, Ocein House and Katoutown Landing. The new Steamboat S1IHKWSBUHY, r'aptaiu John r. Corlies. will now run as follows, on and after Thursday. 27th f, inst lei>inie New York, from the foot of Robinson street, every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 10 o'clock. A. M. 1 And Katontown Landing on Monday, Wednesday .uid Friday, / at 10 o'clock .A.M. j The Shrewsbury will ruu as above, weather permitting, uii* til further notice. All baggage at the risk of the owners. ! v Fare 37W cents. I N. B.?Stages will bn in attendance to convey passengers , from the aforesaid landing places to any part of the county i?quired. The Shrewsbury will go the inner passage, when practicable. kHr ^1 NEWARK \M? NEW YORK jfronlv Out* !?The spleidid steamer PAS* * f1 im3bmS A11 after Juue Mb. will run a* follows :? l.'vive the foot of Barclay street,' New Vork, at ! > A. M., and 1 4 P. M. 1 Leave* the foot of Centre street, .V-w.irk, at 7^ A. M., and t and !U. P M a The accommodation* both for passenger* ami freight hive i bee*i grenly improved. I n Freight cvrifJ at rerj low rates. ilSlw ' / ,<S| HAMILTON" HO! SK. KIRT HAM fl tt? ^7ji tT'I-TON Tlio Strain bout* STATKN I, XmJbSmeLISLANDKH and SA.MF'SON will run every I r day, (rtuudavs excepted) during the season as follow* r, Leave Fort Hamilton at 7*.. A. M . mid P* M. ' d N* w York, Whitehall Doric, at !l*vt P. M. This arrangement may be relied on as permanent, a* its con- , v tinu.iuce will not depend on any contingency. j I.j 3mr j |(] 42\ REGULAR OPPOSITION HUM|59 - C^TOV >I* NEWPORT AN!) PROVl- . ae? * i.i vi u-?pjire to Boston S2 .'M??Deck $\ *#41; y no charge lor Berths. Newport and Proviuenee SI; I Wk .SO V. cts. The fast sailing steamboat ri'HTIS PK< Is, < ? j s\ Win. H. Peck, leave.* Catharine Market slip. Kwt Uiver, every t> Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at io'clock, P. M. A) For passage or freight apply on board, or to A. I). PEf'K, 206 i South st. an5 ltn*m ROOMS TO LET. tIN THE BELMONT HOI'SK, NEW BRIOIf. TON?The Subscriber having fitted up this establishment at a great expense, for th" comfort of hi* friend* p public, and grateful (or the very liberal patronage already bestowed on him, trusts by his exertion* to pleas- for a continuance of it. He I* ?'s to inform them that he Ins still two double and three single rooms unoccupied which he will let on term* low to suit the times, if immediate, application b<* made, and will be happv to accommodate persons wishing to enjoy the beauty i " and adt intact** of this place. The situsrion is one of the most desirable on the Terrace.? | 1 Having a very fine large bath inn hou*?e directly in front, the i * boarders can enjoy that luxury w ith the greatest convenience and nleasu Trie st earn Inn ts ply constantly throughout the day to and from New York. OE?)ROE I'IKKlS. Belmont-House, New Brighton. | June 38th, 18-13. .130 r d? " MO'NTOOMERY" ILU;C~\Tosmv;IERY, .1 *r.ta AI \ ?TI ... ??r.i.;J i.v, .I.I;..U..,. fl i/i V known in tin' travelling public on the KrMt iho- ! ni roujthfirr betwi eti I harlcston and Mobil"', .in determined to maintain llic n piKntio'i for comfort and lib* i ility of arrange ncnt w hich it li m no long, and tin y trust, not nndev rvi'itK rnjovrtj. Tin' buildings. which are Very spacious mill conveniently arranged. have |in i thoroughly repaired, and | the bed rooms hoili double and single, have he?n refurnished with new bixls and l>eddiiig. alio with every iicccasnrv article for comfort ami convenience. The Parlors. both iniblic and jirivate, an- I aij.e, airy ami elegantly furnished. Tliese facilitirti. W itli carelnl ami attentive servants, a cellar well stocked with choice old winea, a table supplied w ith every luxury that_ the season and market can afford, and the firm determination of the proprietor* to omit nothing that will tend to the satisfac- ? tion of their Kiiesti, will, they trust, ensure them the fivoral.le attcation of the travelling public. Aii Omnibus w ill at all ?

times l>e in readiniNs. to convey passenger* from the Hail Iload y* and Steamboats to th" home, free of chaw. , ? W. TII.LKY St CO. Montgomery, June 7, 1313. , iu an Wm*r |n PARIS BOO TS AND LASTS M \DK TO OHDKR BY 1 !'! K. SU.SKR, 175 Hroudvvay, (Huscim'nt,) one door from Court- ? hiiirlt turret. f K. St'SKU, Bootmaker, and maker of I.asts, an r0 Klve" of ( lerce of Paris, Im'<* leiveto inform his frieiilt all the'Mrs of a Be itlc.naiily "chuwsnre," tint he cm now make, in New York, w ith the be it Kn n h null rials. all that is ?o |irrfeetly inailc, in Pari*, by his nutter the celebrated bootmaki r t ierce, whose numerous customer* on this ?ide of the \tlantic an' reii-eell'iilly invited to try SC. SKK'S boots ind lasts before tliey drsjmlr or beitig chaussea' in New York. alter the nicest, latest Paris Kashion. Also, tin K' loiiu" Paris Jet Black Varnish sold. ' JyiM I in ec fi g \ ( \lil) -To Ithc 70 000 tin married and 10,000 I married Ladies of New York.?The subscriber ten* der? int compliments to the Ltdi'r., and would inform tliem }j, that he is furnishing c?t> made shoes of the best kind at such ?) prices as ci mot fall to suit the most economical. Beat Silk ({liters, made to order $2 4Y .a $'! Kl ,i Best Pro ni>l I 2 <>?> ? !? Raskins ?1 ? 1 I2\ r), Lulic.i Slippers a 1 no , (1. 7.1 a 100 Ti?>?c who rail it this ?tore invariahlv rill *ii.\in?the l>e<t evidence of the utial'iotion ofhi? euiloiners with his price* and the durability of li:* ilioea. N. B.?City mid conntry drilert rin Imp tlieir order* eiectited on the most favor,vlilc term*, and with ihoej made l>y the beat worltmi'ii in the country. D. I'. CROSBY S L.idiei Shoe Store, No. J? Catherine ?t. two door# below .Madiio-i ?t. i Jf$ |M?M Jbri BiVo'l \M> SHOK. STORK JOHN ItKADV iwivetl'iilly inform* hi* I ( '" luii in?- uiiblie, ihAi he ha* romnv 11 e<l biiMifji* in the above ] line, at No. *! MTaxali wh'Te he will tWinkOillv rerr ire | vid UltMullv execute, nil order* he ma> !? Ivvorfd with i>? the nl| moat roM<>n?nle t?nn* for raah. jyXlr ut' J RK H RNINU, AUGUST 6, Wh SXPHE6SFOB CLEVELAND AND DETROIT. PHK Subscriber* w ill send aii? xprein through from this city, - to the above-named and intermediate place*, on tie* morn* 14 ol'tin* '.'til iu*t., lor the transport itioii o! MH'rii*, bank ote*, bun diet and park i;e* of cood*, collection of draft*. bills, ote* and account*, and .<11 biicli oilier ltuain?*M? ??s may lie en* i rusted to thi tii. POMKKO V U. ' O., ? Wall at., N. V. N. fl.?I in mediately on the opening of lake navigation, the bove express line v\ill U* itfiidiil to < hic?uox Cincinnati, tc., andconlinind throughout th* entire ?*i*on, in connexion kitli their New %ork, Albany, Troy, and Buffalo daily ex* i iii? i" EXCHANGE HOI BL. IMIK subscriber would inform bin frieuds and the public that 1 he hi\k lately t^keu the hkchanue Motel, No. 28 i'ourthuidt treet, iu the city of New York, i lie whole house, ha* b?vn iiorouyhly repaired, ,uid refurnished in an elegant and cominoious inaniier, ami in every arrangement ab?*ut the eslabliahicnt his greatest de?ire hit been to luruiih every thuiR that the pint of the age require* from coinitetitors for public favor, Its jcntion in the husuusi part of the city, and proxi* lity to the points of arrival departure of the steiinboat and iilroad lines of coinuiii tic ition, particularly recommend it to lie business and trivlliuu comuiunit>'; while, at the same tunc is moderate charges w ill be adapted to the times. Ill' been so fortunate ? to ??*? lire the servient of Air. | Irastus ont'ol ilic Iat?' proprietor*, who will be the rincipal manager, w Inch, <1 it If, in b-ela confident will bo I Iwwt guarautee that can le. ottered, everything will be : D conducted as to give entire satisfaction t? those who slia.ll i\or hi in with their patronage. V. B. HYEIi HON, w \. rk ini. i. i$43. n*n BOAD1XG KKUIVED. IIT ALTON MANSION 1IUI Sh 32u 1'earl street, Frank- | ?? 1 in Square, New lork.?J. ! ohlei & Son bey have to , -turn thanks to their friends ami the public in general, lor the | iberal support they nave received for several year* past at the i boie hotel, and hop**, by strict attention to hu*ine.s* to merit a 1 nntinnauv of their I tvors, the proprietors hiving reduced fhe rices of Bonding to 6(1 cents per day, or two dollars fifty cuts per week. 1 he house i> .smute in the most business part , f the city, being convenient to tin* Albany, Boston am! I'll i la- | Iphia steamboats; likewise to the London, Liverpool and ' Iritto! packets. Xne above housi Is no immeot . it is lie of the most airy and spacious premiss in the city, haviuu I large yard with a tine spriuu of water, with every other requiite to make it comfortable. in fact, the above house combines lore comfort in its line of biuine.^, than uu\ other in the j ity. The senior proprietor, brisiK always on the premises, lie j .ill see every attention paid to his Ktimu. not only by himself, j lit by his agents and ser\aiit*. Ales, wiuh, spirits, xc, 3 cents glass. Fine London and Dublin porter, in draught and I ottle. I*. 8.?Private rooms for families. No charge lor storage. N. B.?No connection whatever with the Walton House next ; K>f? jt tm?r A M ERIC AN HOTEL, NEW YORK. Having completed the reoain and alterations of the American fl? ?*l. and | lie adjoining house.(which 1 h ive annexed ton) I respecifullv olicit from my friends and the public a continuation of their atrouage. The situiiiou is -s good as that of auy similar es- ! ihlishui"iit in the city. It fronts on the Park, and the Kou.i- ! mill is immediately opposite. I'he house has been newly car- i * eted, and every thing thoroughly repaired. jMeodlm*n VV 4. B. ( OZZENS. ! El JZABKTHPOK r HOTEL ELIZA BETIIPORT, NEW JERSEY. rlK subscriber bega to announce to his friends and the public, that he has taken said Hotel, (lately kept bv E. A I iricn,) which lias uimergone a inorongn realising ano rep.-nr, nd is now open as a public boarding house lor tli?* reception if visitors. , , Thu table will I"' furnished with very variety tlir lnarkrt afords, and every attention will bo cheerfully bestowed that will conduce to the health, comfort or enjoy incut of visitor., with rices to suit the times. The uear proximity of I'jlu.aljetliiHiit o Now York, renders this a desirable summer retreat for merchants and others, encaged in busines in the city, as the steam>oats Cinderella and Waterwich leave New York, Pier No. 1 North River, and Elizabethport every two hours (luring the lay. JAMES MOORE. jyl8 lm*r | NEW LEBANON SPRINGS is the most healthful and I pleasant place of resort for visitors during the summer | months, in the United States. Visitors from the soiitii. who intend visiting that place, will ind it the most expeditious route to land at Hudson, thence by ailroad to Edward's Depot, where stages are in readiness to :arrv them to the Springs. | The cars leave Hudson at 6 A. M. and 1 P. M. or on the arri- J ral of the boats from New Y ork, and passengers anive at the ! ipri ngs in throe hours from Hudson. a3 3w*r j PALMO*S ARCADE BATH. 39 CHAMBER STREET. rIE GENTLEMENS' SALOON NOW OPEN.?Ureal 1 Reduction. Baths 2!i rents. Maths with robes or sheets - - 37" " 26 tickets for The subscriber having leased the above establishment, for i | erin of years, his commenced improvements on a scale which vhen completed, w ill, lie flatters himself, vie in taste, in costly legance and magnificence, w ith any similar establishment in I he world; having waited the conducted baths in Mtropc, j ie feels no hesitation in assuring his fellow citizens that the H'irit which liax for the past thirty years actuated him in pro- ! k illing (no matter at w hit cost)the most ?i?l*'iidid mansions for | heir social com tort and convenience, shall not, on the present ; ? jeeasion, be lost tight ?'f, and tint to the improvements and I Ifsaiici^ of th* F.uroj ean baths, he will t ike the liberty of i tdotng from tbo iavautivo momo i of his own ettltivitud mm ; i veil known taste, all tint lie his observed wanting to render j he enjoyment of a bath the " lie pins ultra'1 of perfection. , The Ladies' Saloon will be in readiuess in a few days. A nil description of tin* vari? ! improvements will be given irlieu completed, and tin* whole thrown open for public inspec- , ion. ml i in,.,- KERPIN 1NP PALMO, IETRENGHMENT THE ORDER < ?! ' THE DAY. WTOTK K to Citizens of N? w \ ork and Htranijers sojourning I ? > in the City.?<j OS M N(i'H SPLKNOII) DINING IOOMS. No*. 61 and 60 Nassau street.?The immense p.ifro- ' t tee which has been extended to the subscriber bv a liberal anil j nTlghtened community. has enabled him to .-nln^e .oid imrove hi* Dining llooins so as now to accommodate two bun- p Ired person.-* at one time. Whilst making these additions to i lis fworite and well known establishment, he has not been uu* n nindfiil of the still greater comfort# ami conveniences of his I ustomers?liaviim thoroughly ventilated the light airy ssloon, J nd detached the kitchens, so is completely to exclude the ; \ ffluvia and heat which necessarily arises from cooking for two j >r three thousand i>er*ons perdnj. The walls of the saloon , live been einlwllisned by some of the most elegant and costly j 4 )il Paintings of the ancient and modern schools: marble pilars and statuary, ami busts of Washington, N..po|eon, See . i The bill <>f fan.' surpasses all others in any part of the United States?including salmon of 30 and JOlbs weight, at 13 3-t nfs ! i?i plate, with anchovy salt *, butter, breul, v\.c ill kinds of i oast ana boiled meats of the he?t <jmliti**s. with biead and egetables, at 6 cents | er plate: gre?-ii peas, new |>otatoes, aspa* , agus, strawberries. Pastry of .ill kinds; turtle and other soups teaks, chops, fc.e. and one hundred other different articles of ! he choice.t description, at prices equally low. Best Java Coffee, sjreen and black Ten, at .1 cents l>er cup ; Jhocolate 6 cents, Ste. .Vc. Attentive and civil waiters are employed, who speak the | >ench. Spanish, Gorman and Dutch languages. I'.very .article s served up in the neatest possible st le ? and in every departnetjt of the establishment competent a id experienced overseers ft placed Having visited and being conversant with the mode of busiess of nnnv of the best conducted Dining Saloons in K.urojv, ' i inerica, and the Wext Indies, the subscriber feels no hesita- | ion in assuring his fellow citizens tint bis establishment is in- . L'rior to none tnat he li^s seen in any portion of his arrange*?besidea which., the superior uualitienand low price* of rerv article included in the Daily Bill of P irn iniut, in that i ?pect alone?exclusiveof all other considerations?re ider it u i?' very n*' pins ultra of Kiting Hnu?e <?.i this Continent. The est ibli?hinent In* been supplied throughout with t roton 11 Pater, which passes through improved filtrrcrs\ and the Ha* d 'clock I. M. until 9 P.M., in.i , l Sundays from 7 o clock A.M. until H. yi 'in r HKNW V fiOSl.I.NM_ V xl T l' K OF JKFFKRSON INSURANCE ( OMPANT " ' ?Office % Wall strirt. This company continue their bu- ? ness of insurance against loss or dtmase by Hip, 011 good*, ll raies and merchandise, aid also on vessel* and their cargoes, , caiust loss by inland navigation. % LMRkXTORS. '' Thomas W. Thorn*. Kliaha I< Thomas T. Woodruff, Benjamin R. Hob^on, ti John R. Da%i*on, Kr.-icis P Sa^v, Thomson I'ricc Joseph Allc.i John II L"\ John P. Moor*. <i Moses Tucker, James K. Holm**, U Caleb C Tunis, James R. Whiting, Anson liaki r, Wm. K. Thom, Joseph Drake, I rail Hawlty, r John C. Morrit?, Thomas Morrvll. f THOMAS W. THORNK, Iresident. GEO. T. IIOPK, Secretary. inl3? i?t | WM. T. JENNiNt>9 Jc CO ! ARAPKIIH \ND T.\ILOK8 2!l 1 Hroadway, American i ' Hotel. opposite tbe Fountain, solicit attention loan assort- ; (1 lent of se no,lable goods, including ' lotha, Cat.*im?res, Visi- 1 igs, Sir., in all the new and various styles. under the aasur- j ire that the system of " small profits ami <|nick returns,'' h|rh his elicited so liberal a patronage, will he continued, hile our arrangements arc .itch a. w ill enable us to till all ur- H nr? in future with promptness. t| \ fe it up oi the . establishment, which must commend it to mis'* retiuiring artirle* (or immediate use, is the addition to tir stock, of an assortment of first quality ready made Oar- tt lent*, consisting of [ Hurt outs. r rocks, Orrss Coats, Pan la loon*. Vest*, Office Coats, Ti ivellinit Frocks, Pressing ((owns, >ic. P A choice collection ol Silk and Satin Scarfs, Cravats, c Handkerchiefs, Oloves, ll Suspenders, Hosiery, I Under Shirts, Drawer,, j l, Mnsliil SliirU, Collar., ike. " At price, wliirh must offer inducement, to purchasers. , ri j vV I lin-ec ^ cASH TAIt^ORINO ESTABLJSHMENT. ' PHILM!'*,.Merchant Tailor, (late of 7 \stor House, j A ' nrn.idn.iy,) imposed with the necessity of meeting the i (j iseiicy of the time* by the reduction of hi* price*, and findit impossible to do to * hile subject to the enormous out- ? y% a lir<):iilw iv location ne< ?'< ?rily iucura. ha^ determined on C< ? only wiv toi fl 'Ct this?witlnmr. disparagement to the ouv 1 ty of hit c inneiits: he li i?. i'k n-l>re, irmovcd liii i .tabluh- A iMit to Lis MAHS VU STHKKT, corncrof, where j it 1- :n.' i ran n<>\ he supplied at a deduction of ten per mat C nm his lormor low price*. ] q Tli< following i? submitted merely as a specimen of the j rcgoiiijt assertion i? " Hii|ierfiiii' Coat* made in the l>??t style from $l<i to $1(1 i Ml K*tn ilo of the finest quality, II! to 22 n C bailie V?U, - - - $2 7j I . H. I'. Im-4? It ive, i? conclusion. to observe, the above articles ' av lie r 'lir.t on, in ill re. i peers, to be of the most Re-mine ?le- ill mitiii. mil l.iwrf tlia.l a iy other house furnishing the same ri| i ilit) of MtlclM, jy 1 Imr j( : UK \ i'" ( \SII T VI l.o HI \ (i K8T A B L. IS11 \1 K NT, H :?|| IT.A I!I L \TK I" IIK.KK M AN M IlKKT. , MIK S11h-< riI > r. w II know n li>r the rlieipne.s ind ilnralii- ~ I it v "f hi* work, desires to inform his patrons ami the lit iblie, that h*' ii now, to suit the economical tends.-icy of the iii's, making garments of the very Ix'st quality. at a reduction L*l per cent fiom f irmer prices, and le<s, it is believed. In 20 Si' r cent than garnv its of the same i|tiality are made by the 1 ic ip hoiiss I'i this city. In order that oi tie men may midrrtbnil what is meant by icap.-K is, the following hill of prices i? submittal to their SI itimi, Willi * gmrttid'.- lint the K tod* ?lnll In* ?T nr?l H trmi.ility, i i<t lln- fit U!i**co;>tioii*l>l? f4ui?Tti ii" went of KiiiiUiitl ( loth ('out* SI*! to <>lr> P.mti of l>Ucli ?r fiiicv I)i>nh!f Milli-il I'm J to 7 Wit-i, ol Hi Ik, ?*tni, Sir to I tfl M.tkinx .ml triiniiiiiiK. l? tlie hud *ty|e, ?t l lie following ii'w : I oats 6','<>M dl fYlM mi J Vo*tt, ........... to Si , a , All order* r*fCMt?il with imnctMlit^mid^dMjwt^i. j(J A, ill,. ? ,v?i i< mlvjnrrd, the |iv*#nt *torl? of mmmrr od? will I*-"old low. _ nullm ?r c< IIKITKI fioN OK III MAN I.IKK, HI I MM NHS k. te Sllll -t KHOM I.It >11T MN(! - i'ow< r?' inipnnc I Light- |i m ' iiiiduftor-i . A| i !V to or nddm?4 J. I'tHVKKS, I;ii osdwsy, New Vnrh jytt lm*rc ,u .... . . - L - ? JIL- ... -I. .J ERA 13. Graze on, graze on,there cumut no lound Of B -ider warlare near; Nu DlogMD'Ory of guthuiing elan, >o uxf, no ?p?ar, No helti 4 kmjjh', in armour bright, With lilinci'Oi undled ire, Doth change the spoils ol Chevy <hase To coctl ct stem ui>tl dire. Y>* W'? not that ye press the spot Where Percy heUi hi* way Actois the marshes, in hi" pride, I'he "choicest hearts to slay A>> < where the xtowt Karl Douglas rude Upon hi* milk while steed, Well "till, en hundred Scottish speois," To *tay theinvader's deed. Ye win not that vn pre*': the spot Where, with liIn -agin King J iine<>, und .ill . in galiir't train, i'n Klo Id' li fi -Id * wept t>y Thi Qie ti w*s wet'p'nHf in her bow ?r, Amid her mai In, that J.iy; And on ht r cradled nursling's face The tears, like pearl drjpj lay. For ina-lly,tin?t her native re.ilm, H r roynl husband vent, And led lii . flower of chivalry As to a touiimmont. He led them on in power and pride, But, ere the fray was o'er, Tli>*y oji the blood-stained heather slept, And he returned no more. (Jrr/.u on, fcr.'ize in?there'? many a rill Bright sparkling through the glade. Where you m.t> freely siaUo y our thirst, With none to m die afraid. There'* manv a wandem g s'ream that flaws l'"rom Clieviot'n terraced hide, Yet not one drop ol warrior'* gore Di'duina ita crj stal tide. For Scotin from hi r liilla hath come, And Albion oVrthe Tweed, To give the mountain brei z? tlu fetid 'I nut made the noblest bleed; Aii'l like two friends around whose hearts SjiUf diro tturangemeiit run, L"V? all the better lor the past, And ?ii them i!owii as oni-. Iljinii lot he KIowith, [l-tv-stars! that ope yonr eyes with mail, to twirkle From rainbow jralaxies of earths creutlon, \nd dew drops on her lonely altars sprinkle As n lilution. Ife mutin wor^hippi rs! who h r.d'tig lowly Hi lore (he uprisen ?un GjJ'iI lidless eye, riirow from j our cliaucen a sweet and holy Incense on high-, Yebright mosaics that with storhd beauty The ilonr of Nature'* temple Ifswlntc, What numerous emblems of instructive duty Your forms uiette! 'Neath cloistor'd boughs, each llotiil boll that swlngeth And toll* its pertnmfl on the passing air, M.ikys Sahhath in the li -Ida, mid ever ringeth A call te pi u> er. Not to the domes, where crumbling arch aud column Altost thetei bli n sai f mortal hand) But to that fane most catholic and solemn, Which God hath plann'd; To that cathedral, boundless as our wonder, H'hoie quenchless lamps the sun and moon supply, Itschoirtho winds and waves, its organ thunder, I s dome the sky. Thern. in solitude and shade I w.indnr, Through the green uial< a, or sttctch'd upon the a>od, Awidl>> the ailence, reverently ponder The wayaoi Gad. Your vcici.lcs lip<, O (lowers ! ore living preachers ? Each cup a pulpit,every leal a book, Supplying lo my lincy numerous teachers K om loneliest nook. Floral apostlesthat in dewy splendor "Weep wjiliou* love and blti^h without n crime," Oh ! may I dueplv learn and ne'er surreudvr Your love sublime. j nuu wt*n nui, Quinmuu, iti <iii iii.v Arrayed,"the liiie* cry,' in icben like onri; "How vain jour grandeur! nH, how traimtory "Are human fljwer?!" In thesweet-ocented pictures heavenly Arist With which thou |>Ainti ?t N mirt '* wide-ipread 1)all. What a ii?light:ul It-tnton tliou linpartdt Of love, to all! *ot us'lcBg are ye, flower* ! tho' made for plecitirei Blooming o'er m.d wave, by ct iy and nUht, rrumevtrj tource jour unction hid* me treasure Harmless delight. Ephemeral sa 'el ! what inairuciion* hoary Kor-nth a u 011.1 ?t thou<tit could iuniifth scope? "aeh fu ling calyx a memtnln moti, Yet fvunt ol hope! 'os'htmoii gloriet! atitf el like collection ! \ d Ironi ??dor hull), Inteli'J in earth, ro ni? ye are a ty peofreaurrection And ttcoud birth 1,0 0"t, in churchlem land* remaining, Far liotn h11 voice of teacher* *nd dirines, Hy icul would find in Howeri o thy otdaimng Pricaw, itrmuns, stiiinea Sympathy. O imile to those that ptnile on thee, Kor tn*t e in nought on *o *wect An when the heatt is lull of glee, A look of kindrtd glee to meet; Tho evening nar,t!.at shin- a alone, rau ararcely through th' shades he known; But when hi r ti-tirsnlj uiise, flow brilliant i>- the nildtiightfkie*. Sam Slick vs. Uiokknj ? Dickens has caricatured i dinner in ihit) coouiry ; Sam Slick, who has as teen an eye lor the 11 ttculous, finds as much to -tu^li at in Eiig and. He describes aa aristocratic tinner as follow? :? "Well! there is dinner. One sarvice of plate h like another sarvice ol plate, uny one dozen ol a'vuntu are like auothtr d.tzen of sarvants, hock shock, and champagne is champ gne. Tlie onl> tiflereiice is 111 the thing itself that's cooked. Veal 0 lie good, look like anything else but veal; ; ou mustn't know it when fou see it, or its vulgar ; 1 utton must be incog too; beef ii.u t have a mask ii ; any thing that looks solid, take a spoon to t, anything that looks linlit, cut with akuile ; it thing looks like ti?h, you may your oath it if ksh ; and it it seems rael ||- t-li, us only dttguised, i>r u's sure to be fish , notlim' must be iiateral ; na jr' isoutot i&thioo here This is a manutaciurin' country; everything is i lone bv michiiiary, and that thai ain't musi fie ii-ide to look like it ; and 1 must say that the dm- | ler machinery is petted. Sarvanta keep gom' | ounrt and round in a ring, slow but saris in, and | or ever, like the arms of a great lug windmill, i hoving di?h alter dish, in dumb a iow, alore youi lose, for you to see how you like <tie tlivor ; when j 'our glass is empty, it's filled; wiien your eyes i- j iff your | late, it's ofl too, alore you can say Nick liddlc Folks speak low here; steam is valuable, nd noise unpohte. They call it a " subdued une." Poor tame things, ihry are subdued, that'? tact; slaves to an arbitrary tyrannical fashion, bat dont leave 'ein no tree will at nil. You don't tlenspe;ik across a table, no more nor \ ou do across street, hut p'ra{>* Mr Mum-body of West end ol 'own will say to Mr Nobod y of West end of Ame en, " Nrtgur is noble." Mr. No1 ody will hay. Ye*, it is; it got its patent alore the Norman or,quest, 1 reckor.; and afore the subdued tone irne iii fashion" Then Mr Somebody will look ke nn oracle, and say ireat rivers and great trees l America ! You spedk good Erg ish," and then e will seem surprised,hut ot say it; only you can ad the words on lus luce, "Upon my soul, you're 'mi st hs wise at* us." Dinner is over. Its time for ladies to cut stick unt Goosey looks at tiir next oldest goosey, and ticks her hrad hs if she was gtiin'Jthroug'i a Rate, ml then they all coine to their leer, and 'he goslins ; oir.e to their leer, and 1 hey all toddle ofl to Hie raw-In' room together. The decanters now take le grand tour oi the t*Me, and like n:ost tr-tTellers, o out with lull pockets, and return with empty aes. Talk lias a pair ol stays here, and is lae-d p tight and Ml' Lirnin* is pedantic; politics is nsale ; rHigi u aint lashionuble. You must tread n neutral around. Weil, neutral ground Rets so anipled down hy both sides, und so plundered by II, therenint anything fresh or good grows on it, id has no cover tor game no her. HoiuurnBver, the ground is tried, its well beat, but nothin' put up, and yon get back the where you started nele Gander loo ?s at the next oldest gander hard, ibd his head and lilts one leg, a1! ready lor u go, id says, "Will you take any more wine 1" "No," ys h?, but 1 take the hint-let'sjine the ladiej. A Hiauty Man ?The following toafct wss ven on the I urtli of July at Campbell Court louse, Virginia Hy Ko. Hughes?Mr. President, I want vot to let ' 'ery one know that 1 ani for Henry Olav against j e worl I. He and I, were born close tt> the *!ast - I of old llanovr. He worke l barefooted, and d 1. He went to mi I, and so did I. lie w.i? I 5 tod boy to his maminy, and so was I. I know | in like a uoo'<. and 1 lov--luui like a brother ! I' ly man lust itnythin# to nuyr against him, l? l him 'me to mr. II iliert- is any lu-tlrr, 'iravt-r, ?>rr mar r nun thtin I1?nry Clay onthijgloor, why, I sjy i ' would bp n *ort ol #nrio?ttv, and I would like fo ok at Inni. Oo it Clay ' (3'1'5 cheeta ) L D . .t~ ?i? Price Two Cant*. itranch. (Canetpo' druceiif ti.a lierfld.) Gkun's Hotel. Friday, i P m TTit Ocean?'Itit Hur/?Buthi?g? firoio'mg?Grumbling?Norlli E'liter?jyhtUary?Cuptuin Silt*k. ton'* Rtg Oun?B'ttt Pith.? Sci La n?And no Fith Jambs G. Uknnktt, lisy.? Dear ^ib The scorching raya ol an ^u*u?tsun, intersiieraed wn!i the dust and fume ol your broken, contracted a i'l anti-ptreet cw fepmg ci1 y, in my now cool immi, nuion. caua? ni? to exceuwvelv luxuriate iq the I mi 1 -?> o| ilr.iveuV ;>ur<'st nor h-emii breeze?-th* r<*lr>-* nig roarol the rolling, tumbling, breakup surf, ari'l oik- ol Green's! brHtrnade >iud moat scientifically m innl-tcturrd nii^rry cobblers Many ol your intel!i(5''nt reader*- vn ill, no <iou'>t, ^crr-tly envy such enjoyment so e.tiily obuined, and eo Iri-e ot ai;c?:u to your city. Tien let ihein corne, plunge into the cooliug surf, and come out redeemed, regenerated, and purified Irom the exfoliation of your dusty ! town It i.j rather surprising that much tlie Urgent portion of lite company here, ia from lJniUdrl,?hia, as the ; means of approach from New Ynrfcj* so much more convenient and economical, us well as exi?*duinua. You cm It-rtve New York in tlte new siesrnboat Oruj, fiom Fulton murker, and in about three hours only, arc limde at t ie very Si>ot where I am now inditing thia second epistle to your intelligent patrons. | The brecxe b^ing from the north east for the past I few days, bus rendered the surl rather unpleasant, I hut piitl ilr* brave hearts of the ladies have conquered and mrmounted all opposition Iroin Neptune's dominion, although there will always be I Iiiumi snnif who will growl mid grumble at either j :>un*hine, storm or culm The hotels here are nil ! I till?oui's oveit1<wiig, although there will be plenty ot room next week, as m my of the Fhiladel| phtausare. about leaving. Among thv visitors now here, and who have been in the enjoyment ot ihw lux'iries of the place, rtre and were lieu.Wall, Capt. J itnekton, Recorder Taihnadge, Ha'em Dutcher, | Esq., William VI. Price, l-M|, &c Acc., a ad any | qiiu.ii*icy ot tli- quality ot Philadelphia, the "haltcuts," the 4 three-quarter iintuiiioui*," and "the ! would-be's," aud "try to eome-ii"? many ot whom j render thcmaelvt s us ridiculous as in usual among those wlm attempt to ape the manners of the aria(ocraey ot our cities, without either the sense or the means to accomplish it. Long Branch is a quiet, sober, order-like, Quakeilied report, although recently new lite hat been inspired into its visit, rs The mili'ary corps of Princeton Guards, Cap'ain Bergen, wrnve liere to-morrow, and camp lor a week on the ocean bank, to rusiicaie, recruit, and improve iu di.-cipline. They make this house their fountain head, aud with their excellent band, will add much to the pleasure ol ill" visiters. Cuptmn Stockton's big gun I expect will be fired io-morrow?if so, look out lor a repoit that will a?touisli the town The fishing from Hammond's, on the north ; branch, is very fine, as you can imagine when I tell i you I was one among a tew thai caught 125 blue ti*h and seven bam last evening. Yours, C. Hammonh's Pavjt.ion, > Thursday, 1 P. M. J ' Sua fiulhivg? Fithing?Fowling? Crabbing?and Storming. j Jamrs Gordon Bknne rr, ? Dear SIR? A tup t i ibis region, this delightful and remantic hotel on the North river branch, three miles above j the Ocean House, where you are landed by the i ll-et steamboat Orus, that leaves your city at 8 ! o'clock on Friday niorninjr. and 1 P. M ou Satur day, breathes ntw lift-, health and spirits into the ,<ale faces of a ciiy'n population. The ecenety here n ulin>?-t equ W to p.irt# ol th?* noble Hudson, and the tai** and other entertainments on a par with the -nobt popular hotels ofyour city. The approach to Lour Branch id convenient either by stage or Hail boat, aUo l<? the Ocean Mouse by the latter at 1 a moments notice. : The hotels are filling up rapidly, and I have much ! news, gocMp, lun und nonsense to describe in detail | in my next 1 have visited Stockton's hi# gun to-diy, but just ' returned, and as the bout is leaving. 1 must uIom, and ve you an account iu my next Yours, 0. fttonlngton. (Correspondence ot the H?rald.) Stontnoton, Aug. 4, 1843 Thf IVadauxinw k Houu?Utlighful RitrttU?Inv? garatin? Sen BrrtxrtandBithmg?Pleasant Lay ovd D'li iftut Nights? Fishing and Gunning? but nb villi, the Ijiditi ! Dear BennuT: as you cannot be expected to have reporters at all the numerous waterii g places, I have volnn'eer dtodropvou a nvs-ive from 'hi* delightful place of sojourn, during the summer months; and commence by stating, that S'or.i g'on naa all the advantages that heart ot man, or woman ei'lier, can ilesire, asa retreat from the h"nted ainio?ph*re and impure air of a crowded city) it dlmost seems like a Paradise.when c> mpared with the deoaely crowd <-d and in.hejhy streets of New York. Here is a beautiful village on the tea side, with cold or warm ea't baths, sweet ocean hreez-s to invigorate our exhausted frames?no such thu g as oppressive ' heat to debilitate the system ; on Hie contrary, tbe oays are i>|?-HSanr, and the nights cool enough to require a blanket or two. Those who delight in fishing c in have it hi prtVction, to their heart's con>ent?melt a place for piscatory exercise I have never met won in nn my iraveie; nere, oaiiv, are i?ken abundance of cod, haddock, black fioh, flounders, ikr. Jtc. Our hotel is called the " Wndawanuck House,'* md la kn>t hy Me>.nr-i Make Sc Keed, formerly proorieforMif the Waviley The hotel is large and t>*>aiitifully situated; iliey can aecommodate from two hundred to two hundred and twenty boarders; 'he interior is riot the only imposing part of ihi-* good house, oil within is nentnemi and cleanliness, a< d ratculated for comfort. The table is excellent, Hiid is dai:y furnished with all the sea ion atiord* ? Hie Indies, heaven hlesa them, are here, aa every where else on eanh, the very charm of life?cheerlul, animated And happy. The society of "our house" ih ell that can he wished tor; my only regret is, that time passes away an rapidly Tell the poor full'-rers in the oven ol Gotham, ihat if they wish lor <1 new lease of exi-tence, to come to Stoniog'on. Yours, W. S. P. S. There is romeihinn wrong in your post offire, we have been without your Herald for three days. Thr Season amp tub Caors?Ths weather in his ii-'g ibothood for the last three or four week i, has bet n very hot and dry. Ii has, however, beta very favorable to harvesting, and we with that wo could sdi triat the cro|* had been as good as the weather. In the section of country near us. in fact in the whole wheal r< gion west of middle Indiana, and somh of forty one decrees, the wheat is ih'? year a p.?? r crop?po?r we mean in y irl I, although as we tire tol I, 'lie i| lality is very good and the grain has not been sthjeced to any ot the ac cidents ot l!y, bi g it, Sr. Fh- failure, however, is not so enure asftoirie hive reprinted; and in nor li-rn Illinois and Iowa, where the culture is carried on to sny extent, and in some parts of northern Missouri the yield in heavy, or at le:i?t in no case very light. v/im Hive ue, n inj ireu > / me drougiit, ana tne produce is siialit. Corn would be refreshed Uy rain, but still h?? not yet *uti r?-d mttrrially from the long continu?d dry <i *|<)s m this neighborhood lor>k finely, and with timely nid from rain will turn out an enormous crop.?at. L'lui^ H-tuI<1, Vn/y '26. Navy Orders ?P.isyed Midshipman Situs Rent, Acting Mustt r of the Nvi'ilwj.liunner K M Kin*, to ihe btoainf r Princeton; I'ro/Vtsor J. CuHio, trom Hie Oregon to special service; Parsed Midshipmen W. A. Battle't, (" An R .furie*, T. H Stevens, and Midrh'n<ma'i O. VI'. Harrison, detached from the Oregon, and le ive one month; Mtdah ptnan C. M. Faiintleroy, Irom the Oregon to the Pennsylvania ? .>/aiiuonian, Isf,A.\uD.LC.)VKRKDI.K 1HK pACFIl!.?Th? U ? loop ol war Ki>?tnn, brimo inielligtnoe that Captain (Jroref K Netcher, of wnaling burqne Isabella, ol Fair U iven, reported at Tallin, April 12, thedscovpry ot a be-milul ferule islan'1, exteiidng abi u 40 nnles trorn N >rth'*ast to Southwest. He named it "fcladie'a Iai,ind," ntter the man wiio first discovered it? not being :aid do urn in 'he charts Thisitlaad ) situated in eou'h latitule 11,0?, west longitude ltitf 1)3 [limltm ('our

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