Newspaper of The New York Herald, August 8, 1843, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated August 8, 1843 Page 1
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TH Vol. IX ? No. !ilO.?Whole No. 3448. To the Public. THE NEW YORK HERALD?daily newipapw-published every day of the year except New Year's day and Fourth of July. Price 'J centi per copy?or f7 20 per an- 1 hub?pottage* paid?cash in advance. i THE WEEKLY HERALD-published every Saturday i morning?price cent* per copy, or $3 12 per annum? , postages paid?cash in advance. ADVERTISERS are informed that the circulation of the Herald ii over THIRTY THOUSAND, and increaa iug f??t. It has the largeit circulation oj any paper t'n thil city, or the world, and |tt, therefore, the belt channel for bir linem men in the city or country. Prices moderate?cash in advance. J PRINTING of all kinds executed at the most moderate j prices, and in the most elegant style. , JAMES GORDON BENNETT, PaorairToa of the Herald Establishment, i Northwest corner of Fulton and Nassau streets, J HHITIRII AM) NdllTII AMKHK AN ROVAI. MAIL 1 STEAM SHIPS, ' Of 1200 Ions aiid 44U ltnrw*? imurpr ?ml> ApiKiinieil by the Admiralty to nail Wlwmi Liverpool and ' Boston, calling at Halifax to laud ami receive I'asseusenger* and Her Majesty's Matin. H1BERNIA, Captain Charles H. F.. Judkiu;. CALEDONIA, Captain Edward li. Lott. ACADIA, Captain Alexander Ryrie, BRITANNIA, Captain John Hewitt. i _ Will sail lor Boston via Halifax, From Boston. Khom-Liverpool* Acadia, Ryrie, ltith August. 19th July. 11 iliernix, .liidkins, tut Sept. 4th August. Britannia, Lott, Itith do l'ith do T *' ?hi|>? carry exi>erieiiced surgeons, and are supplied with p ranees' Pati-nt Lite Boats. Passage to Liverpool $12(1?To Halifax $2(1. No berths secured until paid for. Kor passage apply to L). BRIGHAM. Jr.. Ageut, ?u3r No. 3 Wall it., New York. _ _ drafts on England!Ireland. Sic.?Persons about remitting inouey to their friend* in the "old country," can be ?upplied with Drafts, in lumi of 1, 2, 3, J, 10, 20 & ?i0, or any amount, payable on demand without discount or any other charge, at the National Bank of Ireland, Provincial Bank, do., Messrs. James Bult, Son & Co., Banker*, London, I. Banted Si Co., Exchange and Discount Bank, Liverpool, F.asteni Bank of Scotland. Greenock Bankiug Company, Sir Wm. Forbes Hunter Si Co.. Scotland, and the branches in every post town throughout hngland. Ireland, Scotland and Wales, which drafts will be. forwarded by the steamers Great Western or Hiheritia, by W. Si J. T. TAPSCOTT, At their General Passage Office, 43 Peck Slip, corner South st. N. B.?All letters from the country must comc post paid. jyllr r f-f. HB A VTS ON ENGLAND, IRELAND, &<' ?which can be sent by the steamship ACADIA, sailing from Boston on the lfitti Mprnf August. We have at all times for sale Drafts at light K ' for any atnonut, drnwu direct on the Roval Bank of Ireland, s t ? m?~ . n?... a ?. ? - n-i. en, London, w hich are paid free of risk or any charge whatever in every Province and County, besides all the inland towns throughout England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales, thereby answering the same purpose an Bank of England Notes. Apply to or address, if by letter, (post paid.) ROCHE, BROTHERS & CO.. 33 Fulton street, next door to the Fulton Batik. P. 8.?R. B. & Co., have a regular succession of first class ships tailing weekly from Liverpool. Those sendiir; for their , relatives will And it their interest to have them brought out through us. One of our firm, Mr. James D. Roche, is there to forward passengers with care aud despatch. Kor passage apply as above, or to JAMES D. ROCHE, 14 Goree Piazzas, wit Liverpool. j JOHN 1IEROMAN'S OLD ESTABLISHED EMIGRANT PASSAGE OFFICE. >*g? flfc REGULAR LINE OK PACKET SHIPS, til South street, i Nm York. ] PASSAGE to and from Great Britain and Ireland, via Liverpool and London, by the regular packer sliiltt. sailing ou the 1st, 7th, 13th, 19th, and 25th of racli month to and from Liverjiool aud to aud from London 1st, 10th aud 20th of each uuiytli. 1 lie subscriber has made unequalled arrangements to bring out emigrants, and can. with great confidence, assure those i>ersons sending lor their frieuds, that every due and diligent attention will lie shown thein, and all who embark with them Passage can aUo be engaged from Liverpool direct to New Or- j leans. Mobile, Savannah, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Boston, and to tin* different ports of the British Provinces, at tlie lowest rate*. With thosu arrangements, together with the advantage which his Liveri>ool correspondents possess, being large sliip owners, and extensively voyaged iu the freighting business despatching yearly at least IDO first CI iss ships from Liverpool to the va fOM ports of tho United States, with freight and p.useugers. The facility offered by this establishment is unsurpassed, aud from the largn numlier of first class shi|>* employed in the line there rau be no detention whatever, which will l?e guaranteed. The price of inusage will In- at the lowest rates, and should any of those seut for decline en mi lip, the inusage monev will tie as customary refunded. The steamboat fare from tlie different ports to Liverpool can, as usual, be secured. JOHN HERD.MAtf.6l South st, N Y. or J. It W. ROBINSON, near Wall street, Merchants and Emigrants' Agents, No. 16 Goree Piazzas. Liverixiol. DRAFTS AND EXCHANGE. The Subscriber requests the attention of those remitting money to their friends to his unequalled arrangements for the payment of hit drafts on demand, w ithout discount or any charge whatever. <t the following Banking Institutions, viz IN ENGLAND? Messrs. James Bult, Sou si Co., Bankers London. Messrs J. Barnard St Co., Exchange aud Diicount Bank, LiTMPOOl. National Provincial Bank of England, aud Branches throughout England and Wales. Yorkshire District Bank aud Brauchet. Birtniugham Banking Co. Lancaster Banking Co. , IN SCOTLAND?Greenock Banking Co. in Glasgow and Greenock. Kastern Rank of Scotland aud Brauchet. IRELAND?Provincial Bank of Ireland. Amagh Cfln Euuis Mallow Atlihnie Carlow Emiiskilleu Moneyinore Ballina Cavau Gal way Omagh Belfast Coleraiue Kilkenny Parsoustowu Bainbridge < ootehill Kilrush Sligo Ballvmena Dublin Londonderry Mtrnhanr Baiiuoii Dowupatrirk Largeu Tralee Ballyshaunon Duiigauuou Limerick Waterford Clonmel Dungarron Monaghan Youghall National Bank of Ireland. Itillillvl.u. t; Banaither Knniscorthy Nenah Tuam Boyle Kertnoy New Rosa Thomutown Cosher Calway Roscrea Tralee ( arrirk on S.vir Kanturk Hoscommon Wesywrt ( astlerea Longford Slico We* lord ('harlesvill? Louuhrea Tallow Wicklow Cloiiinrl MiciiaeLstown Tliurlea N. H.?In addition to the Liverpool and London packet*, the subscriber it alio agent for the regular packets sailing weekly from New York to New Orleans. Mobile, Charleston, and Savannah, liy which passage can lie secured at tlu- lowest ratas. ivii-tf JOHN HEHDMAN. NK.W LINK OK' LIVERl'OOL PAC KKTS. To sail from New York on the 2ith and Liverpool on the 13th of each month. lHly tUfe- tlfjy * rom Nrw Shin ROflCIL'S, Captain John Collins, 25t h July. Ship SlDDONS, ( sptain A. U. Cobb,>.v Ansn.f. Ship SUKHIUAN, Captain V. A. Depeyster, 2jth S?it. Ship OARKICK, Captain Wm. Skiddy, 2ith October. From Livfrpooi.. Ship SHERIDAN, Captain K. A. Oepe yster, 13th July, Ship OARRK'K, t'apt. Win. Skiddy, lith August. Ship R()S< IUS, Captain John ( ollina, 13th September. Ship SIPHONS, Captain E. B. Cobb, ISth October. TMiese ships are all of the first class, upwards of 1000 tons, built in the city of New York, with such improvements as combine ureal s|>eed with unusual CQMfort for passengers. Every can* has been taken in the ftlftkngement of their accommodations. The price of passage- hence is $71. These shi|>* are commanded liy experienced uvasteis, >v ho will make every rxertion to give general satisfaction. 1 Neitlier the captains or owners of tin- ships will !? responsihie for any letters, parcel* or package* sent by them, miles* regular bills of lading aro signed therefor. For freight or passage apply to E. K. ( OLLI N S & ( O., 16 South St., New York, or to BROWN, SHIPLEY Jfc CO., Liverpool. Letters by the packets w ill be charged 12'^ cents |>er single sheet , .'ill cent* |? r ounce, ami newspa|iers cent each, jy".' N THE NEW LINE OK LIVERPOOL PA( KKTS. life ttffv jj| ,? To Mil fV?m New York 16th, *mi from Liverpool 5th ?f ftcli ftkir HOTTINjUUE^r^ton*. S ...u Ira nursef , ? mm jui) . New Ship LIVK1<P<<6L, lljo tun*, S .... , John Kldridge. i ,6,h Augtttf. N?w Ship ORKAT W ESTERN, IZiO tn?. i ..... ? . I'hilii. P. Woodhonse. i l6,h September. Ship ROCHESTER, 840 torn. <... ... John Britton. J '?? ' October. Thou* substantial, fast sailing, first class ihiix, nil built in the city of New York, are commanded by men of niwrmm1 and ability, aud will be dispatched punctually on the luili of each month. Their cabins an1 elegant ami rommudious, and are furnished with whatever can conduce to tin- raw anil comfort of passen* Neither the captains or owners of these ships will be reaponsible lur any parcels or packages sent by them, unless regular bills lading are sii(iieil therefor. Kur t MINTURNS, 87 South street, New York, orto FIELDEN, BROTHERS fc CO.. jt. 21 r Liverpool. JBk NEW YORK AND HAVRE PACKETS. _ Second Line?The Sbi|is of this line will hereafter leave New York on the 1st, and Havre on the Itith of each month, as fol? lows, ?i* Kro?i N?w York. From Hsviie. New Ship ONEIDA, ( 1st March. ( 18th April. Captain < 1st July. < l(>th August. James Kuitck. f 1st November, f 18th December. Ship BA LTIMORE, 11st April. \ 18th May. Captain {1st August. < Itith September. Kdward Kitnck. { 1st December, f Kith January. Ship UTICA, S '?* May. i IRtli June. Captain % 1st September. < 15th October. ! rederick Hewitt. ( l?? Jannary. f Itith Febrnary. NewshinSt. NICHOLAS Mat Jane. t 16th July. Captain ? 5 October. < Iwh November. J- B. Ml, / 1st February. ( icth March. The accommodations ol these ships are not surpassed, comhilling all that may lie required for comfort. The price of cabin passage is $100. Passengers will lie supplied with every requisite w Ith tlx- eiception of w ines and Iiquora. ithiotls intended for theae vessel. will ba lor warded by the subscribers, free from any other than the esiwmaes actually incurred on them. For freight or passage, apply to IJ(SyD &. IIiNCKEN, Agenu, jeli cc No. 9, Tontine Building, cor. WalJ ?utl Water *t*. 0 E NE NE\ rAPSCOTTS GENERAL PASiSACK OFFICE. 4J FECK SLIP, NEW .YOltK. m. jit The subscriber* beg ti> call tlie attention ?>r tlieir frteudt at:.I the public generally, to their siiiierior arranueineiiU for hriue iUK out iwssengers Iroin, and remitting money to any |>art of r.nglaud, Ireland, Scotland or Wales, in the magnificent l>ack t ships.comprisiug the "NEW LINK OK LIVERPOOL PACKETS," VIZ.:? Ship ROSCIUS, ('apt. Collins. Ship BIDDONS, ( aptaiu Cobb. S!1!!' SHERIDAN, ' aptaiu Depeyster. Sht|? OAKIIH K, I 'aptaiu Skiddy. New liiii HOTTIN?UEK, Captain Bursly. Ship SOL 1 HK.RNER, Captain Woodhouse. Slup ROCHESTER. Captain Palmer. New Ship LIVERPOOL, Captain K.ldredge. Sailing twice every month ; and with the " UNITED LINE," L'omiiosed of sii|ierior jirst class American ships, sailing every leu day*, will make live ships in each month throughoutthe year, (or oue every six days) thereby preventing the possibility uf unnecessary detention. Passages direct from London, Bristol ami Greenock to New Vork. Also from Liverpool to New Orleans, Mobile, S.itaunmh 1'harleston, Philadelphia, Boston and Baltimore, and ihe various ports mi Brnish North America, can at all timet be eiijaged on liberal terms. Persons w ishillg to send for their friends, w ill not tail to see he advantages to he del it ed from selecting this line in prefer uce to any other, aud they may rest assured that uuiisual care M ill be taken to make the passage agreeable, the ships being fited up with :ui eye solely to the comfort of passengers. Ill all cases where the parties sent for decline coming, the innley will be refunded without any deduction, as usiitl. A free passage from the various seaports of Ireland and Scotland, can ilso be secured. The regular |>ncketg for which the subscriliers an* uent*. sail is follow*, viz To and from London on the 1st, III. aud I>illli ill each month. To and from Liverpool on the 1st, 7th, 13th, 19th, and 25th of each mouth. New Orleans, Mobile, Savannah, and Charleston, weekly throughout the season. REMITTANCES. Persons iu the country w ishing to send money to their friends Ity enclosing the sum they wish sent, with the name aud address of the parties to receive, it, may rely on a draft for the unouut being forwarded per first packet, after the receipt thereof and au acknowledgement for the. same returned per mail. Drafts at sight, for any amount, are payable ou demand, w ithout discount or any other charge, at the National uud I roviurial Banks of Ireland and branches, Eastern D ink of Scotland, Danker* Loudon Exchange, and Discount Bank, Liverpool ami in every principal town of Great Britain and Ireland. Further particulars made known on application, if l>y letter, post paid, to W. k J. T. TAP8C0TT. d5y r 43 Peck Slip, comer South st. tHiy tlffo PASSAGE FROM GREAT BRITAIN AND IllKLAND BY THE BLACK BALL OR OLD LINE OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS. [Sailing from Liverpool on I he 7th and 10th of every month.] Persons wishing to send to the Old Country for their friends call make the necessary arrangeuiunW Willi the subscribers, and have them come out iu this superior Line of Packets, Sailing from Liverpool punctually on the 7th and I'Jtli of every mouth. They will also have a first rate class of American tradiuu ships, tailing every six days, thereby atToidiim weekly communication from that port. One of the tirm (Mr. .lames D. Roche) is there, to see that they shall he forwarded with care and despatrh. Should the parties agreed for not come out, the money will be relurued to those who paid it hers, without any reduction. The Black Ball, or Old Lin* of Liverpool Packets, comprise the following magnificent Ships, viat:? The OXFORD, The NEW YORK, CAMBRIDGE, COLUMBUS, EUROPE SOUTH AMERICA. ENGLAND. NORTH AMERICA. With such superior and unequalled arrangements, the subscribers confidently look forward for a continuance of that support w hich has been extended to them so many years, for which thev are grateful. Those proceeding, or remitting money to their relatives, can st all timed obtain Drafts at siglu for any amount, drawn direct nil the Royal Bank of Ireland, Dublin, also on Messrs. PRESCOTT, GROTE, AMES St CO. Bankers, London, which will be oaid on demand at any of the Banks, or their Branches, iu all the priuci|>a! towns throughout England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Apply, or address, (if by letter, post iwid.) ROCHE, BROTHERS tk CO. JS Fulton street New York, next door to the Fulton Bank. N. B.?The Old Line of Liverpool Packets sail from this pert for Liverpool on the 1st and I'Jtli of each month. Parties returning to the old country will find it to their comfort and ?dvantage to select this favorite Line for their conveyance, in preference to any other. <127 r FOR NEW ORLEANS. LOUIS1 ANNA AND NEW V ORK LINE OF PACKETS tarn jggfr rfaay $m> For tin- better accommodation of ahippcrs, it is iiitendcd to despatch a ship from this port on the 1st. 4th, lllih, litli, 20th, inu 24th of each iiioulh, commencing the Hith October and continuing until May, when regular days will !>< apiminted for the remainder of the year, whereby great delays ami disappointmenu w ill be prevented during tne summer months The following shi|?i w ill commence this arrangement: Sliip \ AZOO. Captain Cornell. Ship Ol'ONKr',, < aptain Jackson. Sliip MISSISSIPPI, Captain Milliard. Ship LOUISVILLE. Captain limit. Sliip SHAKSPEARE, Captain Miner. Ship GASTON, Captain Latham. Ship IIUNTSV1LLE, Captain Mum ford. Ship OCMULGEE, Captain Leavitt. Ship NAMHVILLK, Captain Dickinson, Ship M KM PHIS, Captain Knight. Ship LOUISA, Captain Siulford. These ships were all liuilt ill the city of New York, expressly for packets, are of light draft of water, liave recently bean newly cop|iered ami put in splendid order, with accommodations for i<a&seii|;<-rs uuei|ual|ed for comfort. They are commanded l>y experienced master", who will make every exertion to (five general satisfaction. They will at all times lie towed up and down the Mississippi liy steamboats. Neither the owners or captains of these ships will lie responsible for jewelry, bullion, precious stones, silver or plated ware, or for any letters, Iwrcel or package, sent by or lint on board of them, unless regular bills of lading are taken for the same and the value thereon expressed. For freight or passage, apply to K. K. COLLINS Si CO., 40 South St., or III'LLIN & WOODRUFF, Agent iu New Orl?Hii>. who will promptly forward all goods to their address. Tim shi|>s of (his lin* are warranted to sail punctually as advertised. and great cam will l>* taken to have tfie goods correctly measured. nir new jersey railroad and trans" tortation company. HPHU NEW YORK AND NEWARK. FARE REDUCED TO TWFNTV-FIVK CENTS. From the foot of Courtlandt street, New York. (Every day?Sundays excepted.) Leaves New York. Leaves Newark. At a A.M. At 2 P.M. At 7 A.M. At 1)4 P. M. 'J do. 3 do. 8 do. )11 do. II do. 4 do. 9 do. 4)* do. 4)4 do. 10)4 do. 7>, do. do. 0% do. ON' SUNDAYS. From the foot of Courtlandt street. Leaves New York. Leaves Newark. At 9 A. M. and \\ P. M. At 12)4 P. M. and P. M. NEW YORK. ELIZABETH TOWN. Leaves New York. Leaves Elizabeth Town At 8 A.M. At 3 P. M, At 7 )4 A.M. J'.P.M. 9 do. 4 do. 11*2 do. 7 do. II do. 4)4 do. 10 do. 9'? do. 4)J do. . 12 do. The trains for Westfleld, Ptainfield, Romidbrook, Somervilie. Sic., connect with the 9 A. M.. and 4)i P. M. ; trains from New York daily, Sundays excepted. Far* between New York and Elizabeth Town 24 cents. Fare between do. and Somerville. 74 cents. NEW YORK AND RAHSVAY. Leaves New York, Leaves Rah way. At 8 A. M. At 3 P. M. At 7 A. M. At 3 P. M. 9 do. 4 do. 8 do. do. II do. do. 9)4 do. 9 do. 6)? do. 113. do. NEW YORK AND NEW BRUNSWICK. From foot of Courtlandt street, New York, daily. I.eaves New York. Leaves New Brunswick. At 9 A.M. At 4 P.M. At c A.M. At lll4 A.M. ft4* do. 7)4 do. 8?, P. M. ON SUNDAYS; Leaves New York. Leaves New Brnnswick. At 9 A. VI. and 1?4 P. M. At ll'? A. M.. and 8>? P. M. Fare, except in the Philadelphia trains, between New York uid New Brunswick. 40 cents. Bet wwii New York and Rahway, 24 cents. Passengers who procure their tickets at the ticket, office, receive a ferry ticket gratis. Tickets are received by the con(factor only on the ai) when purchased. nil hn*r si'mmki: \i;i; NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA RAILROAD LINE DIREt T, Via Nswauk, Ni warn mswilk, Phim k.tox, Thknton, Bordkmtow.i A*t> Br hum; i om. ?353x1 idtl THHOUOH IN SIX MOTHs. Leaving New York daily from the foot of Courtlandt *t. Morning Lin#* .it'J A. M.? Mail Pilot Line at O4 I*. M. The Morning Line proceed* to Bordentown, from thtnee by steamboat to FTiiladelphia. The Krening Line proceeds direct to < atmlen (opposite to Philadelphia) ? ithont chang** of earn. Passengers will procure their tickets at flie office foot of Courtlandt stiwt, w litre a com modioli* steamboat, will be 111 readinea*. with baggage era tea on Itoard. Philadelphia haggle crate* are conveyed from city to City, wihont bfinff opened by the wa>. K?ach train in provided with a car in which are apart limits and dre**iiig rooms eipnsmy for the ladi?*' ua?*. Returning, the linen leave Philadelphia from the foot of Walnut ?f liv ?? ? ... - t A \1 ami by railroad from Camden, at i o'olock, P. M. Tin* lines lor Baltimore leave Philadelphia at 1'j A. M., and I'. M. being a continuation of thr line* from New Yorli, nkw York, fi?M0 8? IIO(II,KV'S MOt N'rAIX/a?t,--:- . K. wizxwi: Ro,? Kor Hrhwlry'n Mountain. leave |?er No. i ixirui river, <?i RU o'olock, \. M.. daily, (Sunday* cxcciited) by steamboat to Kfi/alnthpoii; or l*-?* the foot <>l (.'ourtland street .it 0 o Clock A.M.. by N. J. Railroad (o Klinabcthtown. thcnc* connect with the car* for Homcrvillc coaches, thence 20 mile* to the Mountain?arriving early in the afternoon. Kor Kaston leave an above, proceed by railroad to Somerville, roaches from tlicnce (only 31 mil.*) arriving m Kaston at ti o'clock. This route,'on account of the short distance by coachea, tn.ikiil|[ it by far the mo?t pleasant and e?|>edition*, commend* it* elf to public patronage. Mr. Sanderson, the proprietor at Somemlle, hna provided himself with carriages and ln>r?e? to accommodate private parties with extra* at the short eat notice, and on reaaonahle terms. Kor seats apply to II. I). Hope, Merchant*1 Hotel, 41 Courtlaud *t. I'aasauMTii from Philadelphia to Schoolev's Mountain, will leave Philadelphia at 7 o'clock, A. M., h> New York railroad line to New Brunswick. Splendid coaches from tlieuce, arrivoik at the mountain culv same il'tirnoon. :iZin*r ROCK AWAY PAVILION LONO ISLAND RA1l7ROAD. Trains upon this road leave Brookl>u, South Kerry, for Jamaica, when- coaches are in readiness KMR for tliat delightful reaort, the Marine Pavilion, at "^H^_the following hours, via Half-past 9 A. M? 4 (Tclon^iidtialf-paat P. M. Hemming, leave Jamaica at h A. M., 12 >1., and . I . M. for New York. Karc to Jamaica is- , through from ItriMiklyn to lb* F?Tliw?i 74 cent*. #*? * r W YO V YORK, TUESDAY M( ~~PATERSON RAILROAD. From I'atciton to Jersey City. Oil ami after Monday, 17th July, the car* will |e.tve Paterion Depot. Lea*e New Yohk. 8. A. M. 9 A. M. " lt>a P. M. t P. M. S " ON SUNDAYS. Leave Pater?o* Depot. Leave New Yorr. 7> $ > ?l. A. M. > P. M. 6 I'. M. e#r? are advised to ?>e it the Kerry, foot of CourtUtldt' ntreet, a lew minute* before tl?e stated hours of departure. jyl9 tu Lmre tin- toot ill < ourtlandt street, daily (Suiotays excepted) at 8 o'clock, A. M. by railroad from Jrmy city lo Morristown, thwtce by l'o*t coachtw through Muudham, Chester, Schooley's Mountain. Anderson Town, Port CoMeu, Washington, to Kattou. At Washington a daily line intersects to and Iroin Belvjdere. Kor seats apply to J. Hill, at J. fat ton's Commercial Hotel. 73 Courtlandt street. N. B.? Extras liiriii?)ifd at the shortest notice by applying to N 1). Luse, United State* Hotel, Morristown. myll 3mee KOR Bl'KKALO AND AM. PARTS OK THK. WKST. ASSOCIATION PASSJOK OFFICE TO ALBANY. I tica $2 tNt Rochester, $3 00 Syracuse, 2 25 Buffalo, 3 ,'itl Oswego, 2 23 Up. and Lower Canada's 50 Kor passage apply to M. L. KAY, mi'13m tt Barclay itnst, New ftu. NEW A11K A N<?K. M K.N T KARK AND KKKIUI1T REDUCED, ^asi REGULAH MAIL 1.1 NK.-KOR PROV11) E NC E AND BOSTON, via, STON ^ iv':tiiv A\j0 Nt'.WPORT~Coni|Kii?ed of the following ?ii|?'rior ntcaiiier*, running in connection with the Stoiiiiigtou and Boston and Prorideuce Railroads :? MASSAC HI'S ETTS, (apt. Conutock. KIIODK ISLAND, ( apt Thayer. PROVIDENCE. NAM RAOANSETT. MOHEGAN. One of which will leave New York daily (Sundays excepted) from Pier No. I. Battery Place, N. River, at i P. M. AH RANOEMENT8. The RHODE ISL \ NT), Captain Thayer, on Monday, and Wednesday for Stoniiigton and Newport, and Kriday Kor Stoiiiiietou. The MASSACHUSETTS, Captain Comstock. on Tues day nnil Thursday for Stoning toil, mid Saturday fur Stoningtou, New |hirl and Providence. Posseniiers, on the arrival of the steamer* at Stonington, will !? immediately forwarded in the splendid and commodiojii Cars of I lit' Railroad to Providencp anil Boston, and if for Newport will proceed in the steamers on Monday, Wednesday and Satuiday, and on the intervening days, proceed via Stonington Railroad to Providence, and from theuce iu the s'teamer tolas, without any additional charge. Tickets lor the route and steamers'berths can be secured on board, or at the office of IIARNDEN St CO., No. 3 Wall street [C?"Oii and after the liltli inst, freight will not be received and forwarded alter hilf-pKst I r. M. ni!lfiin* ill jWfl zd REGULAK OPPOSITION KOH l!OS gk TON. via NEWPORT AND PltOVI^ *V ** DENCE?Fare to Boston SI! id; Deck $1 .'id; no charge for Berths. Newport and Providence SI; Deck 50 cts. The fast sailing steamboat (IURTIS I'ECK, Captain Wm. H. Peck, leaves Catharine Market slip, East River, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at > o'clock, P. M. Kor passage or freight apply ou board, or to A. D. PECK, 205 South st. au5 lin*m .mm ^a2! KARE REDUCED FOB BRIDOEPOBT ^ AND NORWALK?Landing at Belden'i Kare to Bridgeport. 25 cents. Fare to Norwalk, 12>?cts. Kare to New Haven, 75 cents. The steamboat MUTUAL. SAFETY leaves Liberty street Pier every morning, Sunday excepted, at 6 o'clock, for Bridgiv port and Norwalk. touching at Bi-lden's Neck, running ill connexion with tlie Housatonic ltailroad. Returning, leave Brid?e|Mirt at half-past I P. M., or on the arrival of the cars. New llaven Line?Stages leave Bridgeport immediately on the arrival of the boat. The distance is IB miles, with fine roads aud a beautiful country. Fare to New Haven 75 cents. Office foot of Liberty street. jylll lin'rc UBIAH GREUORV, Agent. .mm om PEOPLE'S LINK OF STEAMBOATS g_r^nJLCg*KOR ALB AN V?Daily at 7 o'clock P. M.JE?-2SL-sL.Tlir.iuuh direct?From the pier between Courtlaudt and Lilierty streets, Sunday excepted. Steamboat ROCHESTER, Capt. A. Houghton, will le.ive Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Evening, at 7 o'clock.* Steamboat SOUTH AMERICA, Capt. L. W. ISrainard, will leave Monday, Wednesday and Friday Evening, at seven o'clock. ^ Steamboat NORTH AMERICA, Capt. M. 1L Truesdell, landing at intermediate places, will leave Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday afternoon, at 5 o'clock. The COLUMBIA, Capt. 11. O. Crittenden, Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 5 P. M. Passengers taking this Line of Boats will invariably arrive I in Albany in ample time to take the Morning Irani of t ars lor the east or west. Tin* aliove lioats are new and substantial, are furnished with neat anil elegant State Rooms, and fur speed and accommodations are unrivalled on the Hudson. For Passage or Freight, apply on board, or to P. C. Melinite at the office on the wharf. au7 titr OA INDEPENDENT REGULAR OPPOSIfl, ftHLT3?TION NIGHT LINK FOR ALBANY " i g ig.AND TROV.?THROUGH DIRECT WITHOUT LANDING?The commodious and substantial steamboat PORTSMOUTH. Captain O. House, will leave New Vorlc, from the foot of Barclay street, 011 Thursday, the 3d instant, at 5 o'clock, P. M., arriving at Albany and Troy ill time for the cars coin a west. Regular Days?Leave# New York every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday afternoon, at 3 o'clock. Leaves Troy and Albany every Monday,Wednesday and Friday afternoon. Freiglu taken at reduced rates. Apply 011 board. P. S. The above boat ha* undergone a thorough repair, and is in first rate order. a2 lm* y 0sa ,no monopoly-fare"reduced. New Independent Opposition Line for Albany The new and commodious steamboat NF.W JERSEY.Capt. R. II. Furey, will leive the foot of Barclay street, New York, every Monday, Wednesday and F'ridav eveuiug, at 7 o'clock. For freight or passage apply on board. Freight taken less than tow boat prices. The New Jersey is furnished with elegant slate rooms, and for speed and accommodation is not surpassed by any steamboat on the Hudson river. j 17 M fit* SEVEN O'CLOCK MORNING LINE ^***i??J?FOR ALBANY, TROY, and intermediate ji???*fi T Landings?From the steamboat pier, at the foot of Barclay street. Breakfast and Dinner oil board. Leaves New York?The Empire on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. The Troy on Tuesday, Thursday and Siturdav, at 7 A. M. Landing at?Caldwell's, West Point, Newhurgh, Hampton, Poughkeeiisie. Hyde Park, llhiiiebeck, U. Red Hook, Bristol, Catskill, Hudson, Coss.u'k le and Kinderhook. The new low pressure steamer 'J'llOY, Captain A. Oorham , on Tuesday, at 7 o'clock ill the morning, Aug 8. The new low pressure steamer EM PIKE, < a plain S. R. Roe, on Wednesday, at 7 o'clock iu the morning, Aug. !?. For passage, apply at the office, foot of Barclay street, or 011 board. Noticc.?All Goods, Freight, Baggage, Bank Bills, Snecie. orany other kind of Pro|iertv, taken, shipped, or put on board ihe Boats of this Line,must lie at the risk of the owners of such goods. au6 Sir NEW YORK AND KINGSTON STEAM FREIGHT AND PASSAGE LINE. jga For Kinusfou. and Delaware ami Hudson l!I1 -u '1 EMERALD and NORThe EMERALD, Captain John Ketchun, will leave New York, foot of Murray street, every Monday and Thursday at 5 o'clock. P. M. Will leave Kingston (Rondont landing) every Wednesday and Saturday at 3 o'clock, P. M. The NORWICH, < aptain John Samuels, will leane New York, foot of Warreu street, every Wednesday and Saturday at 5 o'clock, P. M. W . 11 I...... U-/ 11.U,.,i;..,.\ ....... T.,,..1 Friday at 3 o'clock, P. \l. KXTRA TRIPS. The EMERALD will |eav? the foot of .Murray street cmy Sninl.iv morning at 7 o'clock. Returning, loaves Kingston at 4 o'clock sain*' day. For freight or passage apply on board, or to WILLIAMSON, BARLOW & CO., n2l :lm*r li.t West street. m ~STATF.N ISLAND It Y, IOOT fi. -tJLC3?OF WHITKHALL *T.-Th* tmmlxMti y fflf rr STATK.N ISLANDF.Rand SAMSON will run an follow s until further notice Leave New York H, 9, III, II, I, 2, I'i, 5, B, 7. Leave Staten Island ?, 9, 10. II, 1. 2, i, i, B, 7. Leave New York ami Staten Inland every hour an Suiiilay. Staten Island Ferry?foot of Whitehall street, to (Milton direct. The steamboat Hercules w ill leave New York.! P. M.? Clifton, P. M. on Sunday, July Kith. P. S.?Kxrursion to Fort Hamilton, Sundays excepted.? Leave Fort llamilioii 7'. A. M., returning from New York, 3*4 P. M. JH r jmgmk an statf.n island fbjlri -< Lir c* ton, NKAR TDK naRhows?I ..til 131 Be further notice, the 2 o'clock trip fioiu Whitehall (the STATBN I8LANDKR) will, after making lier usual I.Hiding's at the (Quarantine and Stapleton, proceed to the new wharf at Clifton, near the Telegraph. The SAMSON w ill leave Clifton wharf for the city, at l1^ o'clock. Ou Sundays, the 2 o'clock rrip froin Whitehall will proceed direct to ( lifton. without touching at the (Quarantine and Stai. let on, and (lie return hoal will leave Clifton wharf at 6 o'clock p an* 12,'s cent*. This annnijement w ill afford a delightful excursion to the Narrows, and an op|anrtlinity of enjoyiiw the sea breexe, scenery and prospect, for which that part of Staten Island is so celebrated, w ill. ample time for a ramble, and liathiiig on the sea fide. j 29 2wr nj -a NKW A RRA NOBMBNT FOR SIIKKWSBl' RY?Long Branch. Sandy 3t.??ltjfc_!look. Ocem House and Katoutown Landing. The new Steamboat SllIIF.WS1HJR Y, Captain John r. (orlies. will now run aa follows, on and after rhursday, 27th lust :?leaving New York, from the foot of Kobinson street, every Tuexday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 16 o'clock, A. M. And Katontown Landing on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 10 o'clock. A. M. The Shrewshurj will run as abovt* weather perinittinit, until further notice. All baggage at the risk of the owners. Kare 37>? cents. . N. B.?Stages will lie in attendance to convey passengers from tlw aforesaid landing places to any part of the county required. ..... The Shrewsbury will go the inner passage, when practicable. jellr H ? -i || NKW ARK AND NKW YORK -Fare <*Lr~_iaaLTrf?i?nlv 12's Cents !?The splendid steamer PASA1C. after June ',th. will run as follows Lnave the loot of Barclay street. New York, at 10 A. M., and ' Learn the foot of Centre street, Newark, at 7>? A. M., and and I1, P. M. . , , , . , The accommodations both lor |>asseng?rs and freight have lieeu greatly improved. , Freight rirried at very low rates. a 16 6mr ] nn ?| HAMILTON HOC SB, FORT HAM^T?ll T<1V .'I'U I...... STl',..^1 ? *"? i* m i >vi>m ....i s wiisi.v w.ll run mry ' .1.1V, (Suu<U>? I'xi MiH.'il) iliirmK ? ? ' ? "?<>? ? r.?ll.?v?r? I l.c?vc Knrl Hamilton at T>. A. M? in.I P. M, New Vork, Wliit.ti.ll Uo.'k. ?ta>, I*. M. Tbii aranprnnil m?y kf rrtW omi PMmnwtl, a? it* con- ! unuwiw will not d'T'nil vu any cwtiugvucy. jlj Jw 0 RK H )RNING, AUGUST 8, 18< Montovideo. [Corrosponiiencc ol the Herald.] Montevideo, June 17th, 18-13. Sm? The seige el this town, by the Buenos Ay rean troops, under Gen. Oribe, still continues. The foreigners in the city, especially the French, of whom ] a large number reside here, have recently organiz?d themselves into d sort of "National Guard," togive additional means of resistance to the place. It is said that the Montevidesn President, Riviera, lias i n uuuoiuciuuir iwrec w uiivairy wiiiiiii u lew icu^urs 1 f the town, and that with it he has placed the be- ( seiging army of Oribe in a very critical position. That Riviera's force id either very large or very efficient is doubted by many. Intercourse between the town and country is cut oH, and the truth cannot 1 be ascertained. We here only know certainly that the country immediately around Montevideo ih wholly in the possession ol (Jen. Oribe, excepting a small fort situated on the tide of the harbor oppo- j site to the city, upon a considerable eminence, called the "Mount," trim which the town derives its name. Skirmishes, by sortie (rom the city, and in the plain in front of the "Mount" occur almost daily?the only apparent result being the loss of a lew lives on eitherside. Commodore Brown is expected here daily with the Bueiuos Ayrenn vessels ol war from Buenos Avres. It is said that he hns reinforcements and supplies for the army of General Oribe; j most probably to land them is his object, a blockade beiiitf out of the question with Ins small force, op- j [osed to thi united njuadroM oi France and Enf- ' and. Thtfrecent interference ol these nations in this funnily quarrel, hps been productive, so far,only ot increased misery to the inhabitants of this ill fated town. It would lmve surrendered long ago had not the blockade heen broken up, and most probably, ere this, the feud between the rival chief- 1 tains would have beeu amicably adjusted. The, opening of the port has, of course, introduced a plenty of provisions into the town, but its sources of wealth have been dried up by the siege, and the daily expenditure of money, which leaves and does not return to the city, for the food of the inhabitants is immense. This constant drain is sustained, ru ? mor says, principally by the English merchants ? Wp evnecL in about :< month to know Ironi Knelund ' if ihe weather proves warm, pull up your city gra|>plings and take sail'for this neighborhood in the hi stemhoat Orus, from Fulton Market at 12 at noon, H on Wednesday, or Thursday at 7 in ihe morning. A Hammond's Pavilion, where I am staying, will, in ai another season be the most popular place of resort tc in these parts, as the natural advantages and comforts in the vicinity are superior to any other i?pot that I have visited. Ttie scenery nhout is peculiarly B romantic, and there is no wind, no tide, nor storm1 Ii that prevents enjoyment. The numerous sail bouts N always ready at a minute's warning to convey you j l> to the ocean beach, the light nouses, Captain 1' Stockton's big Run, the fi-hing hanks, or dart ! n> through the clear and lucid river while you troll lor W blue fish and bafj, present a continued variety i w wherewith to appropriate the time you have devo- ? ted to pleasure, and the fine king-fishing, crabbing th and trouting in the immediate vicinity, render thin tu place "Ihtvtni tpot"^for those who are lond of lun sti and sport. The ladies remaining here have partici- >" pated in all tlie.-te s|M>rts, except the latter, and can- th not be induced to change their location for any Ai house at the Shore Hraneh. The hotel was newly ! |?i finished, only in July, the host and hostess most ce kind and ntten'ive, the assistants always ready and Iiolite,and the servants active and industrious; and ' t what more can you askl l cit The homes at the Shore Branch are still crowded, 1 I < although not so full as l?st week Barclay's and j ah LJreen's stand A. No. 1, and the Widow Wardle's en ind Cooper's are as comfortable aa you could de- 'In I hit Tbt'gtonn oi today prevented Ca|>!ai? Stockton j itti whether that governmeni!will support their Comrno- ' f dore Purvis, in his interference with the blockade of the port, it being understood that he acted opposite r tothendviqe and opinion ol Mr. Mandeville, the : r British Minister, resident in Huenos Ayres. This < news will be unxiously looked for by th? govern- ! t ment of the town, and by all especially interested in i affairs here. The late of the city may depend upon 1 | the policy of the Enslis'.i government. How a sur- c render can be avoided for any length of time, with- j u out efficient aid from abroad, it is difficult to conjecture; and that England will find a pretext iorlur- I i ther interference, if her interest, real or fancied, t points that way, there is hoi much doubt. The f U.S. schooner Enterprise, T. J. Manning, Lieut. { Commanding, arrived in this port from Rio de Ja- * neiro a few days siuc?:, the only other American ' vessel of war here being the Corvette John Adams, , Commander Thomas A. Conover. The Adams, it ( is 9aid, will leave for Rio on Tuesday next The i Enterpihe will remain. One small schooner is a j small force (or the protection of American interests | in the River La Plata at the present time, and she ( ise.xpected Io sail lor home shortly, having been out y upon the Brazil station nearly four years. The de- ( partiire of the Delaware for the Mediterranean, of J j the. Decatur lor the United .States, and the recent j ( loss of the Concord, have left upon the eastern coast j | ol South America only a frigate, a corvette, and a 1u schooner, a nava! force certainly rnot*t insufficient t for its purpose. Reinforcements, however, will no doubt be out in the course of the present summer. ! Yours, &c. Amicus. j? IjOiilxvllU-. p (C<>rre?Punil?iiceof the H?roltl.l i.Ot'ISVlLI.B, August 1,18-13. i > City Improvement*?Nrtvs?Proxpectt?Truth ? i ' George D. Prentire, Lnuiivil/e Journal?Ii. ]\Iar- \ \ thai I, Kentw kiun?lltnry C. Pope, Atlvtrti* /? , < The Daily I Vhig and Dime. Dkar Sir j Our city has felt, like her sister cities of the we*t, the hard)haud of oppression laid upon them, by whol or what ? She is through with her difficulties now, j and begins to move steadily and substantially up- f ward, and a broud grin ol satisfaction is to be seen t on the faces of property-holders, who, by the by, i hold, if they can by any kind of twistification. A * vast number of new houses nr^ goi ng up. The ) great Court-house is not yet finished, and goes on, ' nae h great eiepnani, ai one imiv iasi, in aiiomer i ~ slow; and sometimes seems to slop entirely, as it to 1 let the tax payers blow. The water works is going " lor ward, the bill having parsed the Council, and an " agent gone east to negotiate a loan on ctiy bonds, at n 8 percent. There is but little news ol interest affiat, 11 as the Ohio has Rone down to the bottom, or nearly " so We had asmall fire last night?nobody killed and c nobody hurl. Prospects ol Louisville are brightening. , Iler merchants are all easy and disposed to grow ^ merry by degrees, as they will hereafter grow rich P by slow and certain progress. There is noihmg to prevent it, li?r she has the best back country on this side of the mountains. Her trade has increasd 2? percent this year, and we think it will certainly be ( a half a dollar next. And now lor Geo. I). I'ren- ? tice, editor of the Journal, lie is about 5 feet nine '' inches,a little pus.-y,black hair,little keen black eyes looks like au owl, walks like a modest man, speaks " like a saint or a savage, as suits his notion or occa- '' aion. He is easy and courteous in his private lile, a v great punster and wit, a favorite among the ladies. tt He is a great friend of Mr. Clay ; he is the able de- 'j tender ol the common school system, for which he " deserves great credit. He is the laithful defender " ot Louisville interests, and no mail understands '* them better, or is under greater obligations to her. &< He is, you know, a good poet ; he is great in gnrb- '1 ling, distorting or retorting, i 1 is paper is a good n< horticultural and agricultural sheet, and when te ' Amelia" wrote poetry for it, was worth double r| the subscription price. Yes, then it was looked lor ,'1 to see that song so soothing, so bCMtifo] and so >t chaste, that an angel might have sung and smiled, refreshed. B. Marshall, of the Krntuckian, is a A fine writer, but careleis and indifferent about mak- 11 ing his paper in eresting? he is a good sort of a man f11 (taking out his Tylerism) and Iook9 like a sailor w just ashore from a loni< up the Mediterrane- w au. Henry C. Pope ot ihe Advertiser is the best political writer in Louisville. The Daily Whig, and the Dime, are good little papers betore breakla*t.? 1' The Dime is edited and made up by priuters. Sue- 11 cesa to *em. Yours, Gleanee. Long Urn neli 8 f Correspondence of llie lierild.) Hammond's Pavilion. > , North Branch, Saturday, 1 P. 1W. $ Efltctiofa North Eaater?Fine Timet /or Growler* \ and Grumblert?Sen faulting- and Dank Fiah- 11 "V. &< [j Jamks G. Brnjhett, Esij.? ,| DeaeSie:? tt A three days north-easier at Long Branch, form a " blank of that period ot time in your existence; as battling, fishing ami sporting is brought to a dead ai stand, and nothing then lore islelt but eating, drink- b< ing, and smoking. About Tuesday, however, we ^ mair nalhe AIminni'n h:i v. "'erner! h rh uiffe." and ERA] 13. Irom practising his monster sun, stationed on Sandy Hook, but will show its Ptreneth next week. It i< to be elevated to an angle ol J7 degrees, in order to tebt its extreme power in sending h 2?5 pound ball at a distance to do execution. The target is sta- , tioned at three miles from the piece, and it is anti- 1 ciptted that at this immense epace such execution willh? done as will astonish the military and naval world. We ahnll see. C. A Ci.krical Fohoxr.?Crimes come upon us in i batiallions, and they invade, too, the sanctuary ot the Church. The Rochester Daily Advertiser of Saturday last comes to us with the iollowi.iR details oi a forgery, committed by a Methodist clergy-1 man :? Night before last, Justice Warner received a Su- ! preine Court warrant, from Utica, for the arrest of' n Methodist clergyman, named John P. liackus, who was charged with h iving forged a Hank note si $:100 for !K> days?the forged name, we believe, being Burr. The note was taken without suspicion, ind has not yet matured, hut it has been ascertained that all the names on it are forged except thut )f Ruckus himself. He left Oneida county, nor :ould any clue to his whereabout be obtained till a ew days ago, when a letter directed to his wife, nailed at Gates in this county, furnished it. The varrant was placed in the hands of Constable Wi|. tieson, who accompanied by Constable Fielding, roceeded to arrest the forger. Having ascertained Iuh stopping place, and learned he was at home, le was soon in custody and brought to the city.? ie confessed the forgery at once, Htatiug that a arge portion ol the money h id bet-n expended in :he purchase of Lottery tickets. This is not the inly lorgery he has commuted?several others laving hern perpei rated, amounting in gr<ss to ihout t>l(l.J. He will leave this morning for l/tica, where he will be tried, and of course, sent to the >tate I'ri.-on?a melancholy example ol an unfaithul spiritual teacher?one, whose itclnngs for a short oad to weulth, have induced him to hlast his own iroi-pccts and cover his family with disgrace. From thk West Indiks.?The " Nassau Gazette" if the l-lth ult. records the following particulars of hedeaili and burial of Purser Stevens, of the f- S. 'Javy : ? It is our painful duty to record the death of Fredeick Stevens, E?q., Purser of the IT. S. brig Hoxer, iow lying in our harbor. Mr. Stevens wastliewon il the late Captain Holdup Stevens, of the U S. lavy, and had just entered the busy stage ol lile, leing only 25 years of age. He was taken ill of ever on the 10th instant, and died yesterday. His lemise is sincerely lamented by his brother officers md a large circle of acquaintances. The mortal remains ot Mr. Stevens were interred n Potters Field this morning at nine o'clock, with ;very honor that could be attached to the burial of in officer ol a nation, whose relations with our own ir? of the harmonious description which happily ubaist between the I tailed Stales and Great Britain i he nana ot me .wi west inaia itegimeni were in ittendance, as also 11 detachment ?>t that corps unlerthe command ot Captain Hairing, which tired liree vollies alter the burial service was concluded. His Excellency Sir F. Cockburn, attended hv his >rivate secretary ; the officers <>( H. M chip Thunler and schooner Lark ; the military officers of the 'tall and garrison, aud a most respectable attenJaHce of civilians and u lew American gentlemen 11 town, also followed the cone to the "bourne rom whence no traveller returns." Jf was doubtess vtry (ratifying to the officers of the "Boxer," is it was to ourselves, to notice the respect and ution of the authorities. From Demarara.?By the arrival of the brig /lagnelia, Cup'.. Hitchcock, we have received paers to the 22d ult.:? The. City ot Glasgow steamer arrived July 12th, vith 2d June mails. Mr. Waddell, one ot the ;leiks in the Briiisli Guiana Bank, has absconded, is is said, with $30,000. In consequence thereof. Hank shares were at a discount It was also dis covered that the defaulter's account for some time sack, had been overdrawn to the aniouut of $10,000, showing mismanagement or carelessness on the iart of the officers of the Bank. From Tobasco.?By the schooner Argus, five days rom Laguna, we have late accounts from Mexico, rhe whole Mexican force ut Laguna, numbering ibout 2000 men, had marched thence for Tobatco, o suppress the revolt there headed by Gov. Sentananat. The latter, on the approach of the Mexican irmy, made a precipitate retreat with 400 men tovards the frontier, where fie hoped to recruit his orcea so us to warrant his returning to attack the , entral invaders of his province. The probability s, that there will he no fighting or bloodshed in this , ew outbreak Sentamanat espoused the side of he Yucatecos when they first stood out, and shortly 1 fierwards turned traitor to them; and now raises { he standard of revolt on his own hook, but having 0 patriotism, he probably lias not the courage to arry oui the project. A Mexican vessel of war had left Carr.peachy for i lexico, having on board the Commissioners em- ' owered to treat for a restoration of peace.?N. O " hillttin. tt From Florida.?By the steam packet Cincinnati, _ lapt. Mmth, arrived to-day, we have received a opy of the St. Augustine News of the 2!Mi ult., p om which we clip the following articles:? ll( Tiik Last of tiik Skminolks?Last week we k ad tune only to notice the return ot Gen. Worth 1,1 om a visit to the Indians near Tampa Bay. In that Tl isit he was accompanied by General Hernandez ,0 nd the Hon. 1. H. Brouson. There remains in the rritory now only a small party, of whom Apiaca is W| le Chief. He and his people evince every disposion to be quiet aud peaceable. Having had time > discover that their companions in arms were ,n >ne, and that the tide of settlement, sweeping over .>n leir one cultivated and widely extended fields, is iiw fast hurrying them within the narrow limits 111 mporarily aesinged them, they seek only |>eace and ideavor to cultivate the beet understanding with use already their neighbors. Their limited num- 1 rs and their narrow territory will force them to , i, quiet. They now lie ut the mercy ol the whites, s an evidence of their sincerity, we may mention at their visits to the 1'ost at Tampa Bay, lor the irpose of trade, are constant; anil their intercourse ith the settlers, whether at the Post or in the oods, is most friendly. . We hesitate not to say, that "the Florida War" r 1 not only ended, tut that it will "btav ended "? Imigrautamny now seek a residence here with as mcb stlety as in any part of the country. In thus declaring our Indiun difficulties closed, it eetn9proper to allude to him who has ellected a re- : ult so desirable. Gen. Worth has not only been he instrument, but to his energy and efficiency as n officer is this glorious and happy event to be at- \ ributed. His prtdecefsors may have ably prutraced the war, and one ably conducted it, yet to Gen. V. alone remains tf * honor of closing it. To his nceasing activiy Hnd nntiring energy is the whole ouritry indebted. Though he was greatly assisted by le gallant officers under his command, yet he was le genius that inspired the whole. Thutwasafor- < male day tor bleeding and suffering Florida, on hicli he was invested with the command of the Army of the South"?it was a day scarcely less nuiittfr n?r iiif i rcnMiry, uir v/vuniry, Mir /\riiiy, id lor humanity. We trust Ins effort* here may >S known and duly appreciated by his countrymen, ( . id that he nitty have cause to regard ih?- day on hich he assumed the command in Florida as a ruinate one for him. Th-1 hislorv of his campaigns asd hissuccess may > read iu the laronic reply to an enquiry lor hi-. ead Quarters, that "they were in his saddle."? dopting this plan instead of "summer quarters," lowed that lie knew a soldier's uuty, and intended 17 perform it.?Savannah Hrpublimn. Curat Indian CoiiNCif. ?We learn Iroin the V^an ^ uren (Ark.) Intelligencer,o| the l'nh, that the great Jf* idian Council at Tah'le quail, 111 the Cherokee lrr ation, closed 11s deliberations on the H| instant. >.l legates frnin the Cherokep, Creek, Chickasaw, yy eUware, Shawnee, I'iankasha, Wea, Osage, tie- \. ca, Stock bridge, O.tawa, Chippewa, Peoria, 'iicheuh, Pottowatoine and Seminole tribes J ere present. The result of their deliberations as a compact, binding upon each nation, party ^ ereto, embracing the following objects: To men- !?.' 111 peace and friendship wiih ?;ach other. To ab- i n 1111 from retaliation fori offences committed by dividual* To provide for the improvement of eirpeople in Agriculture, Manufactures and other rtsof Peace That no nation, party to this comct, hall without the consent of the whole, sell, rv de or in any manner alienate to the United States y part of their present Territory. To provide r the punishment of crimes, committed by the izens of wne nation, upon the citizens ot another. > admit the citizens of one nation to the citizenill ol itllV rtlher nation nnili; In ih? xAmno-t tn dravnr to m)pi?re?s the life ot ?rdriit qiiriia within >-. i' limitciof thei'respective nations; and toj>r??hi- H t its introduc ion by tt>?* ritizms ot one nation to the Temtory ot another.?M. Lohu New L'ra. LD. Price Two Cent*. City I II t.lhK. lire. Accident. On Sunday fvming a Mr?. Phe|p?, re?idin? in th? vellow Daintcd hmil<> on tha rnmr nt ?ka Bowery and th?' Third Avenne, Met with a very serious accident,earned by the giving way of the floor ot the Pi. 77.a?(he wo* precipitated to the ground and had her right leg broken immediately above the initep ? the bone protruded (everal iucho* beyond the ikin. Medical aid wa* culled in, and every thing wai done to relieve the lufferer. On a small cot in the lame room lay her son, a young lad, who. about *lx week* lince had hi* leg alio broken by the upsetting of a butcher'* wagon. The neighbor*, on hearing the case, made a collection ot nearly $IH, and handed it to the friend* to pay the necessai y expense. Benevolent societies and individual* will And in the hapleia mother ami son proper object* lor the but. ci?e of their charitable dispositions. R4IIIFI1) TMK WlMD Olt THK PoiWTS Th? OnljT C8*e of the slightest interest which was heard befora the Police yesterday, was that of Mary Ann Moulton, Cyprian of the Five Points, who being rather hard up for change, made love to a young man whose name i* George Rodgers, J.16 Hudson stteet, in a groggery on the corner of Orange and Anthony street, and while exercising the allurements of lier calling, the thrust her hand into the noskets of his unwhisperaMes and drew forth a roll of bills, and llsd to the upper story with her plunder. The amount lost was about fll, and though but ten minute* elapsed until her arrest, 110 trace of the money could l>o found, nor would she tell how she had disposed of it. She was accordingly consigned to the charge of Mr. Mulachi Fallon. Inijumt?The Coroner wii engaged in investigating the came of the death of Jeremiah Sullivan, a native of Ireland, a cooper by trade, nnd aged about 3'J years, who died oa Sunday morning, at 97 Broad itreet. From the evidence, it appears that the deceased in company with a U.iorge Farmer, left hi* house about nine o'clock on last Saturday fortnight, and after visiting and drinking at several groceries they enteral the cellar ol Tliomu McCormick, on the corner of Broad uuil Stone street*, where several men were drinking And playing card*? among thorn out) John Talbot. Home dispute arose between the deceased and Talbot, in consequence of a remark made by the decerned, and which canted the less of the gamu by Talbot and hii partner. In the scuffle Sulli. ran got severely bandied He was, however, able to work ut his trade until the following Saturday, when he ivas obliged to tnke to hit bed, a violent bowel complaint, kttended with vomiting, having fet in. Doctor Stephen It. Ilarrifi was called la on Katurduy evening to lee him ind (prescribed lor him, nut did not pay hun a tecond 7nit. He made a ;?<>?? mmifm examination aud found the Dowels much inflamed, and gangrnneous, with every symptom of intemperate habits. The jury returnad a verdict " that the deceased came to his death from inflammation ot the bowels, superinduced by an assault commit led upon him by one John Talbot." Talbot has absented lumgcll from the city *ome days post. lirnrrnl Se**lona Before Recorder (Tallmudge and Aldermen I.tie and Clayton. .1 lifts R Whitish, K*q. District Attorney. Atuust 7?This being the llrstday o( the August term, the names of the summoned Grand anil Petit Jurors were called. There being but eleven of the former present, find the law requiring sixteen to transact business, they weredischaiged until Tuesday morning at 11 o'clock- A line of $38 wps imposed upon fifteen absent Grand and Pe. lit Jurors. Tnelistof officers attached to the court being also called, a tine ol $1 60 was imposed upon eight absent office! s. The Calendar lor the term consists of the following cases Assault and Battery, with intent to kill 3; llohbey in the first degree 1 ; Forgery 8 , Burglary I'i ; Grand Larceny 11 ; Conspiracy 1?Total 84. Previously indict id a. Trial of one of lln Touch Ntgrnts.?A wild looking jluck fellow named Rodney, alias Dr. Guy, wns tried on i charge of grand larceny in stealing a pocket book con* Billing on the night of the 14th of June last from Jeorgn M. Shaw, of 44 Cliff street. The complainant tated that be met u girl in the street and went homo with icr niul after remaining a slioit time in bed with the girl ie left, and found alteraards that hi* wallet had been nken from his pocket, an t the sum of $364 removed thererom. He could not recognise the prisoner nor state how he money was removed of hia own knowledge. The noney belonged to his employer, and the complainant reundedthe loss, lonuof which was recovered. Krancks Uiii'Dktt, a short copper colored girl,who had ived with the prisoner at the house where the money was stolen, .and who had turned Mtates evidence, testified that she u as the girl who went home with the complainant, and that Guy took the money out of the pantaloon's poeket after the complainant hnd undressed himself. The prisoner afterwards gave witness $13 AO of the money. Hk*ky Kim., a colored man, was called by the prosecution, and stated that the prisoner gave him $13 60 to give to the girl Uurdett. Officer CotjRKFAiR testified that ho examined the room and the closet in it,ond found a bolt on the iniide, and the shelves so arranged that they could be turned up t? make room tor n man to be sto wed on the inside and fasten himself in. The case was submittad under the charge of the Couit?tlie de/encn ottering ?o testimony, and the jury eturned a verdict or ((rand larceny. The Court then sentenced him to the Stnto Prison for the term ot 6 yearn, hat being the extent ol the law. Forfeited Ktco?nizanrti ?Hopkins Barnes, charged with receiving stolen goods, knowing them to betuch, not answering, his recognizance, signed by Richard H. Sowne, was declared forfeited. The Court then adjourned to 11 o'alock this morning \TOTIf 'K.? All ix'rxnrn having any jegal claim against Jas|ll L' Uouuiiick, late of tlie city ol V Vork, butcher, deceased, re requested In present tin same with tin1 voucher* thereof, to lie subscriber, at the house No. 93 Mercer slree'. Also, all hose indebted to the estate of said deceased, to make payment lel'ore the 20th day of November next, lo ANN M. DOMINICK, K*'*. m2fl to Nvll Cinltaw" Sr NIAGARA FA LLS. JKIISONS visiting the Kails, are informed lliat tlie whole expense of staves and steamboat lares, for returniiiK by the ay of the Si. Lawrence, Montreal, Ticonderoga, through alie (leorKe to Caldwell's, is $13 71. This is preferable lo reiruing tlie same way again by Utica. fce. L ike (Jeorite is but 27 miles from Saratoga?good staves. j\'27 2taw2w*r I).~MrPEYSER, <te CO., JO. MO William str?*et, corner of John street, ami 437 Broad^ way have received, by recent arrival*, an extensive supply ' the following FANCY GOODS, which wm carefully sected f? v a coui|?etent person at far it, Berlin, Jkc.. and which ry offer for sale, in wnolesabs and retail, on liberal term*, 7.:? Berlin Zephyr and German Worsted?the most complete asrtinent. Berlin Kmbroidery Patterns?a choice selection. < anvass lor Kmhroidery, of cotton, worsted, linen, silk, gold nl silver, of all widths and rpialitie*. Silk Chenille, for embroidery, trimininc and flower makina I'urse Twist, German, French and Knglish, plain and shaded, skeins, sticks, and on spools. Flos* Silk for Kinbroidery and Fringe makers, in skeins and i spools. Suspenders, superbly embroidered, and Suspender Trimmgs. Gold, Silver and Steel Beads, in all Nos. Mother of IVarl, W'dd, Silver and Sterl furs** Ornaments. t?old and Silver Fringe, Braid, Cord, Twist, Thread and ft.snel.s. Kin broidery Frames, and a variety of different Fancy Arti^S. Artificial Flowers -a choice selection. Fringes, of cotton, worsted and silk, imported and domestic Gimps, Tassels, Buttons ind all other kind of trimming. _____ __________ 17 3m *M < IB EAT IMPR< >\ EMENT IN FB ICTH >N MATCHES. i NKW ARTI? l-K.OF MAT( HKS, without brimstone or any other offensive quality, and actually waterproof, has lely been patented by letters patent of tlie United State* in vor of the inventor, W. K. A shard, and are now mauufaci*d and offered to the public by the proprietors of said pant at N?? ltd lil<?k*r street, N? * York, where all who wish i purchase good matches are invited to call and prove tliem. mi all persons whatever are hereby uotitied of the said patent id warned not to violate or infringe upon the same in any .inner, |e*t tliey incur the penalties of the |*\% hi such case*. These matches ignite * itn ease and certainty in all weathers id climates, and burn w ith a brilliant (lain*- . and if placed in vertical position, will continue to hum long ?*nnuun to seal \eral Utters with wav They may lay immersed in water for i?ur* .mil (lavs, .hhI it i* believed evra for week* and wlien taen out ami dried. will ignite and burn a* before. Three <jaalim of these uiatehe* are made and sold as above, namrly?No. Kxtra ami Perfumed. Tie* latter an* agreeably scented and L for ladies' toilet*. Ki porters, *eifar smokers, noiisekeeoers, id all wlio use mafclies. will readily perceive how decided tie* IvautaK'' |K>s*ea*ed hy tlieaa over all other*. rders and cominunic it ion* to In- *<Mi **? < I to <r BOWKN, No If,I Bleeker st. jy2l lm*r Airent for the Patentees and .Manufacturers. I>ALIC iV MAXWBLU No. 2 < KDAII STHKK.T NKVV VORK, OLR A gents in the I njr?>?l State*. for 11?*' Kruch Report 1 of Fashion, translated into Kuulish. with Pattern Sheer* >st times ki'. for tailors, dn*s* makers and milliners, received m Paris on the arrival of every Packet. Those who wish p only original French Fashion now sent to America in the ifflisn language. have them l?y calling as above. Terms of the hlennt, or Tailors Fashion, Five Dollars per ir, issued monthly. Le Koilet, or Ladies Fashion. Tea .liar* |ier >ear, issued w?-?'kl\. with eighty four line colored el ?*nu raving* |?'r \ear, or wren each month. jy29 Ini+r UllS BOOTS AND LASTS MADE TO ORDKR BY K. SU8ER, 5 Broadway, (Basement,) one door froinCourtlandt street. K Hl'SK.H, Bootmaker, \n<l in,k"r of Lula, an I-!*''" <>f I I'M it of Pari*, Im>k* Imve to inform his ml* .mil ill tlic amateurs of a tfciitlemaiilv " chaUssun"," if In-cm now make. in New York, with the liest Krciuh tni i.<l<, nil that it so iwfwlly made, in Paris, by his mailfr the ehratwl bootmaker I'lfrci', whuw niimcriiiiii rustoimn <>n sLtJ'ks ol I In* Atlantic an' rra|wctfullyr invited lo try SL',H'M hoots ami lasts IwCori' the\ despair or Iiviiik chausvV in w \ nrk, alter the nicest, latest Pari* Ka.shion. VUo, tin* K*'iniine Pari* Jet Black Varnish sold. \ 28 I ill ec A 1 V KI' -To itin i .1 mil liu**' married Ladies of New York ?The snhscriher ten? ni* i om|i|iinents to the l. niim, ami wmiltl inliTin tli'in it lie is fnmisliiiiK city made shorn of tin' best kind at ?uclt cos a* cannot fail to suit tin' most economical. IS-st Silk < iiiti-r*, inmlr' to oriler $< !5 ? |J 30 Boat Pnuipll ? 90 6 2 to Binkm* H ? I LhIich Sliii|?ri W? * I (H) Mmin'{Jailer* .'."'V,' ' * * ! u?. Thoaa who imII *t thi* ?lorr inmrmbly r?ll again?the tan iilt'iiro of th' ?ati*rs?,iion oi'lm iiitlomera with hia prices it the ilIIr iI>>Ii(% of In 1 ?hiie?. N II -f it* mil mtry il?T? can hive their order* kwhI mi lli< mo.t favorable i?rm?, .mil with shoe* mail* by the it workmen in the ronnHT. I). (I. ' lldSBV S I.a?Iii*V Hli.w Stiirr, No. :U ( aelierine It. two ilo..r? bt-low Ma>li?ou ?t. yj Itn'ec BOOT AND *111 OK STORK. r?-H|?-i-1CulI\ inform* hi* lii'ii't* Hh? public that h*> haa riiuiiiifiiced hu*iiie*? in tht jhott ' '""''i whew li>- v* ill thankfully r??i?? 1111 li I ii 11 v rK-rub", all orders lie MM) be favored with on the it ivaaoiubl* tanaa lur c<uh. jyMi

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