Newspaper of The New York Herald, August 13, 1843, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated August 13, 1843 Page 1
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H^Ja J \ mmmrnmmmmi i TH Vol. IX ?Mo. ?40._Wbole No. 3434. To the Public. THE NEW YORK HERALD?daily newspaper?publiabed erery day of tba yaar excapt Naw Year'a day and Fourth of July. Price a centa per copy?or $7 26 per annum? poatagra paid?caah in advance. THE WEEKLY HERALD-publiahed every Saturday morning?price centa per copy, or $3 19 per annum? postsgaa paid?cash in advanoe. ADVERTISERS are informed that the circulation of the Herald ia oyer THIRTY THOUSAND, and increaa ing faat. It hat th?largeit circulation oj any paper in (Ait city, or the xoortd, and iitlhere/ore, the hut channel for hu einen men in the city or country. Pricaa moderate?caah in advance. PRINTING of all kinda executed at the moat moderate prioea, and in the moat elegant style. JAMES GORDON BENNETT, PaoraiBTO* or thi Herald E?taslishm?nt, Northweat corner of Fulton and Naaaau street*. AGENTS. 1 na following ia a llat of ageiita for the Herald, where avbacriptiona will be received, and aingle numbera are found for aale Boston, Maaa. Mesara. Reddinir k Co. Philadelphia, Pa Mnsara. Ziebe* St Ce. Baltimore. Md... Wm.Tavlor. Washington, D. C Do- ' Buffalo, N. T T. 8. Hawks. New Haven, Conn .T.H. Pease. Hartford, Conn.. J. V. Jh.M, Albany. N. Y Geo. Jones. Troy.N.Y Levi Willard. Lausingbargb, N. Y A. Lewi*. Newark, N.J D Smith. Caukill.N. Y H lUwe. Peekskill, N T T. Monkhouse Sing Sing, N. Y S. Bard. New Orleans, La . J. C. Morran. Cincinnati. O Robert Carnahs i. Patnrson. N. J Matthew Dougherty. Rochester, N. Y A- Jonoi. Elizabethtown. N. J Samuel Crane. New Brunswick, N. J William Solomon. St. Louia, Mo Woodward It Matbewa. Charleston, S.C Amoa Head. Hudson, N. Y .George Clara. Augusta, Ga .8. A. Holmes. Mobile, Ala M Boullemat Poughkeepsie, N. Y Leri Smith. Trenten, N.J J. Raunsley. Louisville, Ky W. A. Haldeman. Wheeling, Va. P. C. Brookman. New London, Con. S. k G. Roger*. Utica, N. Y J . B. Loot. Nashville, Tetiu A.Billings. Syracuse, N. Y James Robertson Bridgeport, Ct S. W. Hatoh. Jackson, Miss.. J. W. Clark. Yicksburg, Mits Mrs. E. A. Parker. New Bedlord. Maas A. Robinson. Providence, R. I John Green. Worcester, Mass L. Thompson. Nantucket. Masa J. P. Hnssey. Sb Yearly subscription to the Daily Herald, ft '36, or a shorter period at the same rate. The Weekly Herald, $3 2ft. BRITISH AND NORTH AMERICAN ROYAL MAIL STEAM SHIPS, ur iziio ton* Mia 141) horse power MCh. Appointed by the Admiralty to sail Vtwreu Liverpool and Bustou, calling at Halifax to laud and rweive P&uriisengers and Her Majeaty's Mailt. HIBERN1A. Captain Charles H. F.. Judkini. CALEDONIA, Captain Edward U. Lott. ACADIA. Captain Alexander Kyrie, BRITANNIA, Captain John Hewitt. Will itil for Boston via Halifax, From Bosto*. From LivLnrooi.. Acadia, Ryrie, 16th August. 19th Jul jr. Hibaruia, Judktns, Ut Sept. 4th August. Britannia. Lott, 16th do 19th do Thtwe imp* carry experienced surgeons, and are (applied with France*' Patent Life Boat*. Passage to Liverpool $120?To Halifax $20. No berths secured until paid for. For passage apply to D. BRIGHAM, Jr.. Agent, auJr No. 3 Wall st., >Jew York. Jr rh- DRAFTS ON ENGLAND, IRELAND. /vmM ie.? I'ersout about irmitting money to ilieir friends in the " old country," can be supplied with Drafts, in sums of 1, 2, 3,5,10. 20 It ?30, or any amount, payable on demand without Afcount cur any other charge, at the National Bank of reland, Provincial Bank, do., Measr*. Jamee Bult, Son 8t Co., tankers, London, I. Bamed It Co., Exchange and Discount Bank, Liverpool, Eaauxn Bank of Scotland, Greenock Banking Company, Sir Wm. Forbee Hunter k. Co., Scotland, and the branches tn every post town throughout England. Ireland, Scotland and Wales, which drafts will be forwarded by the sbvnen Great Western or Hibernia, by W. It J. T. TAP8COTT, At their General Passage Office, 43 Peck Slip, corner South st. N. B.?All letters from the country must come post paid. jyllr DRAFTS ON ENGLAND, IRELAND, Bm^BI he-?which can be sent by the steamship i /' i T\i , ?:l:? r n?.? ? -i - 1.-.L August.' We have at all timet for tale Drafts at light for anjr amount, drawn direct oil the Royal Bank of Ireland, Dublin. Alao, on Mesars. Prescott, Orote, Amen It Co., Bank?r>, London, which are paid fire of risk or any charge whatever in every Proviuce and County, besides all the inland town* throughout England, Ireland, Scotland and Wal?, thereby answering the tame purpo? as Bank of England Note*. Apply to or addma, ilby letter, (rwst paid.) ROCHE, BROTHERS It CO., Si Fulton street, next door to the Fulton Bank. P. 8.?R. B. k Co., have a regular succession of firit class hips sailing weekly from Liverpool. Those sending for their relatives will find it their intereat to hare them brought out through as. One of our firm, Mr. Jamea D. Roche, is there to forward paasengera with care aud despatch. For iwaaage apply as above, or to JAMES D. ROCHE, 14 Goree Piazzas, auir Liverpool NEW LINE OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS. ~ To tail from New York on the 25th and .Liverpool on tha 13th of each menth. JfiS: Jtfg: jyJCr l* aosc Nrw Ship ROHCIUS, Captain John Collins, 23th July. Ship SIDDONS, Captain A. B. Cobb, 25th August. Skip SHERIDAN. Captain F. A. Deneyster, 24th Sept Ship GARRICK, Captain Win. Skiddy, 25th October. From Liverpool. Ship SHERIDAN, Capitin F. A. Depeyster, 13th July. Ship GARRICK, Capt. Wm. Skiddy, 13th August. Ship ROSCIUS, Captain John Collins, 13th September, 8hii> SIDDONS, Captain E. B. Cobb, 13th October. Tneae ships are all of the first class, upwards of 1000 tons, built in the city of New York, with such improvements as combine great speed with unusual comfort for passengers. Every care has been taken in tin arrangement of their accommodations. The price of passage hence is $7J. These ships are commauded by experienced masters, who will make every exertion to give general aatiafaction. Neither the captains or owners of the ships will be responsible Tor any liters, parcels or packages sent by them, an leu tegular hills of lading are signed therefor. For freight or passage apply to E. K. COLLINS It f QjL,^_?o?th st.. New York, or to BROWN SHIPLEY b t:o? Liveni>ol. Letters by the packeu will be charged 12,4 rents |?r single aheet ; 50 cents |*r ounce, and newspapers 1 cent each. jy7 ec THE NEW LINE OF LIVERPOOL PACKETST ?ilfy New Ship LIVERPOOL, UJO ton., ( }?|!; n"*"Lr John Eldridge. j New .hip QUEEN OF THE WEST, ? J?!!* ? iuo iJlmr Philip p. woodhonw. i j?;fc Ship ROCHESTER, 860 too.. ? J?[{| John Britton. ( |6lh Jun, Ship HOTTINOUER, low ton., ) I?!!? y?*','?lb"rIra Buraely, ^lllh J?17 Thoaa snbatantial, faat tailing, Irtt class tin in, all built in the city of New|York, are commanded by men of eiperiencr and ability, and will be diipatched punctually on the 16th of each month. Their rabius an- elegant and commodious, and are furnished with whatever can conduce to the awe aud comfort of paaaeugers. Neither the captains orowneti of these sln|?s will be respon ihle for any parcela or package* sent by them, uuleaa regular bills lading are signed therefor. For freight or pa*<agi' apply to WOODHCLL 3c MINTURNS, .. " South mrewt, New York, or to FIELDEN, BI.'OTHERS k CO., an 9 _ _ Liver|>onl OLD LINE LIVER FOOL PACKETS m m m. m 'I'HK OLD LINK of Packets for L.iverjH>ol will henulier l>e I deapatcheil in the following ordar, excepting that when the aailing day fall* on Holiday, the ships will aail en the succeeding day, tit:? From New York. From Liverpool TU CAMBRIDGE, (June t j?ly i? 850 tons, < Oct. 1 Not. |9 W. C. Burrow,r Feb. I Msr. 19 Tin ENGLAND. (June 1? Ang. 7 7 JO tons. < Oct. I!) Dec. 7 8. Bartlett, r Feb. 19 April 7 The OXFORD, S Ju,y 1 ?"* 19 TOO tout, {Nov. 1 Dec. 19 .1 Reflilione r Mnrrh I Anril in Th? MONTEZUMA, (July 19 Sept. 7 1000 ton?, \hnv. 18 Jan. 7 A. B. Lowber, (March 19 M*y 7 Th* EUROPE, i Aiik. 1 Sept. I!> 618 ton?, < Dec, 1 Jan. 19 E. (>. Furher, (April I M?y 19 TJv NEW YORK, (new) A?t. 19 Oct. 7 950 lon?. i Dec. Id Feb. 7 J. B. Cropper, ( April 19 Jnn? 7 The SOUTH AMERICA,i C Sept. | (let. 19 650 ton?, {Jin. I Eel). 1 F? May 1 June 19 Th* COLUMBUS, I Sept 19 Not. 7 700 ton;, < Jan. 19 M?r. 7 O. A. Coif, ' Mty J9 July The?? ahip* are not aurpaited in point of elegance or comfort in their cabin accommodations, or 111 thair Out Miling qnaliti by ?ny rewelt 111 the . inf ruBinwnuri. >ir nai nn mm 01 character ami experience and the atricteat attention will alwaya be mid to promote the comfort and COnrenieace of iMnaeniert. Punctuality, ? refarila the day of sailing, will lie obaerved aa hfirlnlon. TJw price of />aaaage outward ii now died at Seventy-Five Dollar*, for which ample stores of e?*ry deaoription will lie nrorided. with the exception of wiiien and liqnora, which will be funtiahed by the stewards, if renuirad. Neither the captain or ownera o( tlieae ahipa will be responsible lor any lettera, parcels, or Packages sent by them nulaaa regular lulls or lading ara signed therefor. For Imuht or paa?a?e, apply to POODHITE ft CO, 61 South at. iv ?* 0 MHaaHaMriMWMHBI f; nf, NI TAPSCOTTS GENERAL PASSAGE OFFICE, 43 peck slip. new york. Ill M, The subscribers b?*|{ to call the attention ul tliair friend* an.I the public generally, to their superior arrangements for bringing out passengers from, au<l remitting money to any part of England, Ireland, Scotland or Wale*, in th? magnificent p*ck ?t ship*. comprising the "NEW LINK OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS." viz sShip ROSCIUS, Capt. Collins. Ship SippoNS. Captain Cobb. Ship SHERIDAN, Captain Dep*y?tar. Ship OARHICK, Captain Skiddy. New ahip HOTTINGUKR, ? aptain Bursly. Ship SOUTHERN EH, Captain Woodhous*. Ship ROCHESTER, (,'aptain Palmer. New Ship LIVERPOOL, Captain Kldnidjre. Sailing twice every month ; and with the " UNITED LINK," composed of superior first class American ships, tailing every tan Java, will make fire ahip* in each month throughout the year, (or one every six days) thereby preventing the possibility of unnecessary detention. Passages direct from London, Bristol and Greenock to New York. Also from Liverpool to New Orleans, Mobile, Savannah Charleston, Philadelphia, Boston and Baltimore, and the various porta iu British North America, can at all tin** lie engaged on liberal terms. Persons wishing to send for their friends, will not fail to see the advantage* to be derived from selecting this liue iu preference to any other, and tliey may rest assured that unusual care will be taken to make the |>asugr agreeable, the ships being fitted 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 seaport* of Ireland and Scotland, can also be secured The regular packets for which the subscribers are .(gents, sail as follows, vix :?To and from Loudon on the 1st, I'D, and 2l)th of each month. To and from Liverpool on the 1st, 7th, 13th, 19th, and 25th of aach month. New Orleans, Mobile, Savannah, and Charleston, weekly throughout the season. remittances. Persons,iu th* country wishing to send money to their friends by enclosing the sum they wish sent, with the name and address of the parties to receive, it, may rely an a draft for the amount being forwarded per first packet, after the receipt thereell and an acknowledgement for the same returned per mail. Drafts at sight, for any amount, are payable on demand, without discount or any other charge, at the National and Provincial Banks of Ireland and branches, Eastern Bank of Scotland, Greenock, and their branches, Messrs. James Bult, Son &. Co. Bankers London Kxchange, and Discount Bank, Liverpool and in every principal town of Great Britain and Ireland. Further particular* made known on application, if by letter, post paid, tojtri W.'& J. T TAPSCOTT. diy r 43 Peck Slip, corner South st m as. jr m. passaTje brptain^nd ikTTand by the black ball or old line of I ll'L'D POAI DK'trvOTO [Sailing from Liverpool on the 7th and 19th of every month.] Penoiis wishing to seud to the Old Country for their friends ean make the necessary arrangements with the subscribers, and have them some out in this superior Line of Packetj, Hailing from Liverpool punctually on the 7th and 19th of every month. They will alio nave a first rata class of American trading ships, sailing every lit days, thereby affording weekly commuuication Iron that port. Cue of the firm (Mr. Jamas D. Roche) it there, to see that tliey ilull be forwarded with care and despatch. Should the partiw agreed for not coma out, the money will ba returned to those who paid it hare, without any reduction. The Black Ball, or Old Line of Liverpool Packets, comprise the following maguificent Ships, vii :? The OXFORD, Til. NEW YOI1K, CAMBRIDGE, COLUMBUS. KUROPE SOUTH AMERICA. ENGLAND NORTH AMERICA. With such suiwrior and unequalled arrangements, the subscribers confidently look forward for a continuance of that support which has been extended to them so many years, for which they are grateful. Those proceeding, or remitting money to their relatives, can at all times obtain Drafts at sight for any amount, drawn direct ou the Royal Bank of Ireland. Dublin, also ou Messrs. PRESCOTf. GROTE, AMES It CO. Bankers, London, which will be naid on demand at any of the Banks, or their Branches, in all the principal towns throughout England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Apply, or address, (if by letter, post paid.) ROC HE/B ROT HERS It CO. 35 Fulton street New York, next door to the Kulton Bank. N. B.?The Old Line of Liverpool Packets sail from this pert for Liverpool on the 1st and 19th of each month. Parties returning to the old country will find it to their comfort and advantage to select this favorite Line for their conveyance, in preference to any other. d27 r JOHN HERDMAN'S OLD ESTABLISHED EMIGRANT PASSAGE OFFICE. ^ rfjfc JR. iHR. REGULAR LIN^O? PACKEl^Hlt'V, 61 Southstrm! New York. PASSAGE to and from Great Britain and Ireland, via Liverpool and Louden, by the regular packet ships, sailing on the 1st. 7th, 13th, 19th, and 25th of each month to and from Liverpool and to and from London 1st, 10th and 20th of each month. The subscriber lias made unequalled arrangements to bring out emigrants, and can, with great confidence, assure those persons seudiug for their friends, that every due ainl diligent attention willbe shown them, and all who embark with them Passage can also be engaged fiom Liverpool direct to New Orleans, Mobile, Savannah, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Boston, and to the different ports of the British Provinces, at the lowest With those arrangements, together with the advantage which his Liverpool correspondents |>os*ess, lieing large ship owners, and extensively engaged iu the freighting business despatching yearly at least 100 first class ships from Liverpool to the va rous ports of the United States, with freight and passengers. The facility offered by this establishment is unsurpassed, and from the large number of first class shi|>s employed in the line there can be no detention whatever, which will Be guaranteed. The price of passage will be at the lowest rates, and should any of those sent for decline coining, the passage money will he as customary refunded. The steamboat fare from Uie different ports to Liverpool can, as usual, be secured. JOHN HERD MAT*, til South st, N Y. or J. It W. ROBINSON, near Wall street, Merchants and Emigrants' Agents, No. 16 Goree Piazzas, Liverpool. DRAFTS AND EXCHANGE. The Subscriber requests the attention of those remitting tno uey to their friends to his unequalled arrangements for tlie payment of his drafts on demand, without discount or any charge whatever, at the following Banking Institutions, viz IN ENGLAND?Messrs. James Bult, Soh It Co., Bankers London. Messrs J. Barnard It Co., Exchange and Discount Bank, Liverpool. National Provincial Bank of England, aud Branches throughout England and Walee. Yorkshire District Bank and Branches. Birmingham Banking Co. Lancaster Banking Co. IN SCOTLAND?Greenock Banking Co. in Glasgow and Greenock. Eastern Bauk of Scotland and Branches. IRELAND?Provincial Bank of Ireland. Amagh Cork Euuis Mallow Athlone Carlow Enniskillen Moneymore Ballina Cavan S'ff?t f-.~. ? Baiiil>ridI(, ^""'rain# kTi'l""' iar- gSKS1" sc air?-ftsssr teas' HSu"7 ?&? iSS^fe ^ K? &? tor- te te-, ciSim"'*" .""<!* fa""1" tI'K"10"" cttr,u Sfft s>sr ..hcrtC1' Th?'i? W'<thw 8**innlr ,h* -?.?,??igst ;*& I~c MAisElu.fs iy~jpssJ^tlisxirMjM ~~ ^.syta'SRi -ai !$& COVnirn r. p Ur,n* lh? TKKSroW 7*' "W". rW Vofk- Mariaall ,H^LLKSro\r4" ^rifk, /< '" ' A,'?7"nV.OHlQI.ANirl'?*>'' adami a'f ' Srm'I H'RV THOMPSJn'O1'1: H?'K v ' oJW' li?-y am ?|| Cori|*'rrd .ai'!'8> '*"r' Oct I nLor- ' "??? -iES ?as ??{ & -f b?VD <( htnckfs a N?vm?Wir * ^ For the better accommodation of shippers, it is despatch a ship from this port on tlir l?t, ,'ilh, 10th, lith, 20th, and 2ilh uf each month, commencing the loth October anil con(inuing until May, ?hn regular days will be appointed for the remainder of the year, whereby gimt delays and disappointments wilt be prevented during the summer monthi The following ships will commence this arrangement i Ship S AZOO. Captain Cornell. Ship OCONKK, Captain Jackson. Ship MISSISSIPPI, Captain Milliard. Ship LOUISVILLE, Captain Hunt. Ship SHAKBPEARK, Captain Miner. Ship UA8TON. Captain Latham. Ship HUNT8VILLT.. Cgpiiin Mnmford. Ship OCMOLOEL. Captain Leavitt. Ship NASHVILLE, Captain Oickmson, Ship MEMPHIS, Captain Knkht. Ship LOUISA, Captain Mullord. Theae ships were all hiiilt in the city of New York, eipreesly for packets, are of light draft of water, have recently been newly coppered and put in splendid order, with accommodation! for |iassenders unequalled for comfort. They are commanded by einerienced masters, who will make every election to give rsncrel satisfaction. They will at all time* I* towed np and down the Mississippi by steamboats. Neither the owners or captains of these ships will tie resjionsilde for jewelry, bullion, precious stones, silver or plated ware, or for anv letters, i>areel or |?ckage, sent by or pnt on board of them, unless regular bills of lading are taken lor the same and the value thereon expressed. For freighter passage, lyinly to L- iCJCpLLrNS k CO 36 Sonth st., or HULLIN fc WOODRUFF, Agent in New Orleans, will promptly forward all goods to their address The ships or this line are warranted to sail punctually as advertised, and great ear# will be taken to have the roods correctly measnred. _ _ mr faterson" railroad? CR218C3 L| 1 From Paterson t? Jersey City. On and after Monday, 17th July, the cars will leave PATF.nsoi* Dftror Leant Nrw Yeni, ( A. M. ? A. M. Hfc " P. M. 4 P. M. i " ON SUNDAYS. L*4??: r*rr*iio!* Depot. Lttrr Nr.w York. ? J* p: 151: 5**4 Tr%n?|>nrt*tion r?r* plv Hnily (Snnday* wanted.) P???fii |*r? ?rr xlvitrd to be At tl?r fntjr, foot of ( ourtUudt ?tr??t, t | fry mntuea bffoi* the lUiwl lioun ?f df|>utiue. jyl9 *m W YO :W YORK, SUNDAY M< - P O M E R O Y mmtOk JMfcfe DXILV CJSPRKM FOR ALBANY, TROY, CHICAGO and the CANADA?. The subscribers having com I >lnte<l tin- r arrangements Willi the People'* Liu* of Steamboats. oa tlte North River, and the Rail Hoad Comjtauies west of Albany fur runnim; their EijireM for the MaOt 0 IMS, an K.xpres* will leave their office^ W.I Wall street, New York, every evening, at quartar to 7 o'clock, for the above named and intermediate place*. IMPORTANT. For the greater safety and security of all valuable and montv package* entrusted in their care, they have Salamander Iron Safes on board of the steamboats, in a strte room occupied exclusively by themselves, and the messenger in charge sleeps In the same room with the iron safes.into wnich all such pndkages are placed. POME ROY k COMPANY, ml ec No. 2 Wall street. flgqg. H A R N D E iSig; ENGL1SH, FRENCH. BELGIAN AND AMERICAN EXPRESS, GENERAL FORWARDING AND COMMISSION HOUSE. HARNDEN & CO. will receive and forward by their daily Eipreas Cam, Specie, Bank Nolea, Packages and Parcels, to any part of the I'nited State* or Canadas, and by the steamers and pal-Ken 10 any pari ol lMiglaud, Ireland. Scotland, Belgium or France. Particular attention ii |>aid to the purchase or sale of all de script ions of merchandise. collecting and paying Drafts. Notes, and Bills, lo the entry of merchandise at the Custom House, and to the general transaction of any and all kinds of forwards ing and commission business. Bills of F'.xchange, in sums to suit, fiiniisluxl ou St. John, N. B., Halifax, N. S., or on any part of Kurope. All goods must be marked "Harden St Co." Foreign Tost OmcuXetter Bags are m.vle up for all die lloyal Mail Steamers I'rom Boston, and the steamer and sailing packets from New York. Principal offices and agents:? Motor*. Wiliner and Smith, 32 Church street, Liverpool, England. Messrs. Maclean, Maris & Co., 3 Abchurch lane, Loudon. Messrs. Kmersou & Co., Paris and Havre. Samuel Haiglit, Ksq., American Consul, Antwerp, Belgium. Messrs. J. and J. (}. Woodward, St. John, N. B. A. W. Godfrey, Halifax, N. S. J. O.Woodward. New Orleans, La. Messrs. J. B. Sazerac (it Co., Havana. Hamden & Co. H Court St., Boston. All roods must be marked "Harden & Co. N. B.?Harnden it Co. are alone responsible for the loss or injury of any articles, or property of any description committed to their care; nor is any risk assumed by, nor can any be attached to the New Jersey Steamboat Navigation Company, by which their crates are, or may lie transported; nor the. New York, Providence, and Boston Railroad, or the Bostnn and Providence Railroad Corporations, iu restiect lo their contents a( any time. HARNDEN it CO., J>12 r No. 3 Wall st? New York. NEW YORK OStttfR) SCHOOLEY'S MOl/NTAlN ZjlilPllyia E..and Soni'erviilH R. Road bor Scnooleys Mountain, leave pier No. I i>ortli rivur, at 8K o'clock, A. M., daily, (Sundays excepted) by steamboat to K.fizabethporlj or leeve ths foot of Courtland street at it o'clock A.M., by N. J. Railroad to I'lizabethtown, thence connect with the cars for Sotnerville coaches, thence 20 miles to the Mountain?arriving early in the afternoon. For K.aston leave as above, proceed by railroad to Sotnerville, coaches from thence (ouly 34 miles) arriviug in Eastou at 6 o'clock. This route,'on account of the short distance by coaches, making it by far the most pleasant and et|>edilious, commends itself to public patronage. Mr. Sanderson, the proprietor at Somerville, has provided himself with carriages and horses to accommodate private iiartiee with extras at the shortest notice, and on reasonable terms. For seats apply to H. D. Hope, Msrcbuts' Hotel, 41 Courtland St. Passengers from Philadelphia to Schooley's Mountain, will leave Philadelphia at 7 o'clock, A. M., by New York railroad line to New Brunswick. Splendid coaches from thence, arriving at the mountain early same afternoon. 3 2in*r OUiVllVlC.IV Alt it A lN It It, Mil. .NT. NEW YOllK AND PHILADELPHIA RAILROAD LINE DIRECT, Via Ncwarb, Newbrunswice, Priwcetow, Trinton, boudkntow.n an? BuRLINCITON. 3CC W W THROUGH IN SIX HOURS. Lcaviug New Vork daily from the foot of Courtlandt it. Morniug Line at V A. M.?Mail Pilot Line at O* P. M. Tlx Morning Line proceeds to Bordentown, from thence by steamboat to Philadelphia. The Evening Line proceeds direct to Camden (opposite to Philadelphia) without change o|' cars. Passengers will procure their tickets at the office foot of Courtlandt street, where a commodious steamboat, w til be in readiness, with baggage crates on board. Philadelphia liaggage crates are conveyed from city to city, wihout being o|>eued by the way Each train is provided with a car in which are apartments and dressing rooms eipressly for the ladies' use. Returuiug, the lines leave Philadelphia from the foot of Walnut street, by steamboat to Bordentown at 7 o'clock, A. M. and by railroad from Camden, at 5 o'olock, P. M. The lines for Baltimore leave Philadelphia at 1% A. M., aud 4 P. M. Iieiug a continuation of the lines from New York. jytt :iin*fc BLACK B AL.L OR"OLDLTNEIOF LIVERjSflWyPACKETS FOR LIVERPOOL.?Only regular jMMabal'arket ship and sails on Saturday, the 19th August.? The new aud remarkable fast sailing favorite packet ship NEW YORK, burthen lltiu tons, Captain Thomas B. Cropper, will sail positively as ahove, her regular day. The accommodations of this magnificent packet for.'cahin, 2d rahin, and steerage passengers, it is well known are unsuriMused by any other vessel afloat. Those visiting the Old Country will lind it their interest and comfort to select this desirable conveyance. For terms of passage, which will lie very low, and those wishing to choose the licit berths, early application should be made on board, foot of Beekman St., or to the subscribers. ROCHE, BROTHERS & CO., 35 Fulton street, New York, next door to theFulton Bank. Note.?Passengers will please bear in mind that the packets of this Line sail punctually as advertised, therefore,will meet with no disappointment in selecting the above packet. P. S. The New York sails from Liverpool on the 7th of October. Persons sending for their friends can have them brought out in her or any of tne packets comprising this magnificent and unequalled Line, sailing from that port ou the 7th and 10th of each month. For passage apply as above. The packet slut) Coluinbus will succeed the New York, aud sail for Liverpool oc the 1st of September, her regular day. anS ec REMITTANCES TO IRELAND, fcc.?The | p?Kjy?y.?ui>?criir-r cnimnues 10 transmit money in sums large small, to prison* residing in any part of of Ireland in the i ?me manner as ne, and Iiis predecessor 111 business have done for the last thirty years and more ; also, to any part of England, or Scotland. Money remitted by letter (poit paid) to the subscriber, or personally deposited wilh him, with the name of the person or persons in Ireland, England or Scotland, to whom it is to besent, and nearest post town, will be immediately transmitted, and paid accordingly, and a receipt to that effect given, or forwarded to the sender. In like manner money, or claims on persons in any part of Ireland, England or Scotland, can be collected by the subscriber for persons residing iu any part of the United States or Canada, and will be paid to them accordingly. j 17 1 m*r OEOBOE McBRIDE, Jr. 82 Cedar at. NEW LINE OK LIVERPOOL PACKF.TS.WMRrVPacket of 16th August.?The splendid well known. Anbtifast"*! sailing, new, favorite parket ship LI VERPOOL. 'apt. John Eldridge. 1160 tons burthen, now on her second voyage, will sail positively as above, her regular day. It is well known and equally admitted by all, thai the Liverpool is I he fastest packet shn> that sails out of New York, having liealen the packet ship* New Vork and Sheffield, on h?r last passage hence several day*, and also every parket on lier return IHissaue that sailed iu company with her, as well a* those which sailea several days liefore her. Her accommodations for cabin, second cabin anu steerage passengers, are so very su|>erior, that it ha* gaiueil for her the name of the "Floating Palace." Those wishing to secure berths ill this magnificent *hip. should not fail to make early application on board, foot of Burling slip, or to W. & J. T. TAP8C0TT, 43 Peck slip, corner of South st. The Liverpool will sail from Liverpool on the 6th October, affording a favorable opportunity to those wishing to send for their friends to coiue out in h?r. or anv of ihe regular line, on reasonable term*, and those wishing to remit money, can have drafts for any amount, payable ou demand in all the principal towns of (Jrent Britain and Ireland. The Siddous will succeed the Liverpool, and sail 26th Au??t. Mil M ? FOR LIVERPOOL?The New Line-Regular Packet 18th August?The new splejidid New York jCMIbhuilt packet ship LIVERPOOL, John Eldridge, master, 1160 tons, will tail on the 16th August, her regular for freight or passage, having very elegant and roomy accomodations, apply to the canMn on board, west side Burling slip, or to WOODHULL U. M1NTURN8, al2 87 South at. The new packet ship Wueen of the West, Philip Woodhouse, master, will succeed the Liverpool, and sail on Iter regular day, 16th September. Sag- OLD BLACK BALL LINF. OF PACKETS.? WMMVPacket of the 19th August.?The fast sailing packet HVrl ^ir*'*'P NEW YORK, Captain Cropper, will lie despatched a* above her regular day. Her accommodations for | cabin, second cabin and steerage passenger* are unsurpassed.? Those wishing to secure lierths will renuiir to make early application to JOHN 11EKDMAN, 61 ftouth street, near Wall st. Passage from Liverpool can aa ust^l be secured in any of the packet ship* sailing weekly, anP drafts furnished for any ainonnt payable at the National and Provincial B ink of Ireland and Branches, and Messr*. J. Bntt, Son It Co., Bankers, London; Eichan^e and Discount Bank, Liverpool, and Branches throughout England and Wales, Greenock Banking Co., ami Eaateru Bank of Scotland and Branches. For further particu ian appiy u aoove. jy 21 ec KOR NKW ORLKAM8?Star Line?hint regujMWyiar packet ship with desjwtch?Th? splendid, well JMJ|?'<n.>wii packet (hip FRANKLIN, (apt Kennedy, will ?ail aa abo?e without ilelav. She lias splendid accommodations for cahin, 2d cabin and steerage |*?seiigers, who will l>e taken at the very lowest rate*. 'l'ho?e desirous of seruunc births would do well to make early application oil board the snip, foot of Pine street, or to JOSKPH McMtflRRAY, an 10 ec 100 Pine street. FOR LIVERPOOL?Regular incket of the 13th WfJWtVAufnrt^-Tharery superior last tailing packet ship JMMBbSHKI'HKLI>, ( aptain Topliain, will positively sail aa above. , ... Having very mpanor accommodations for cabin, 2d eahin and steerage passengers, parsons wishing to embark should make earlv application on board, foot of Maiden lane, or to JORKI'H McMl'RRAY, an 10 ec _ Wil Pine ?t.. corner of South. X AAV KOR NKW ORLEANS?Louisiana and New VYork Lin*?Positively Firat Kefnlar Packet?Th? j^MwlSlverv last sailitiu packet ship LOUISVILLE, Cap. lain >1. limit, loading al Orleans wharf, foot of Wall street, has nearly all her cargo engaged and can take tome freight it immediate application is made on board orto K K. COLLINS k CO., J# Sonth at. Shippers may rely on having their goods correctly me.?Ai;ents in New Orleans, Hulin It Woodruff, who will promptly forward all goods lo their addreaa. Tlw packet ship HUNl HVILLK, * apt. O. R. Momf >rd, ill succeed the Louisville au9 ec NEW YORK k BOSTON 80UNU i'lLOT. f)WKN PRF.8COTT, Pilota, nr take* charje ai muter mid pilot of Tnielt bound to New Be?ilord, onr Nantucket ShoaU, II.,.ton, Portioiouth, Portland, Kennebeek. and OTHKK PORT*. Office at k'rye k Hhaw'a Nauticai store, 122 Water utrwt, comer Beakman. Italerence to a number ol' merehanu and the several Inanranct Comptuiet in thi? city, Bo* ion, Md I'oilknd. jyl# lmur IRK H DRNING, AUGUST 13, 1! FOR lU'KKALO AM) AM, I'AHTS OK THK WKST ASSOCIATION rASSAGK OpKICE TO ALBANY. Utica $2 III) Kochrttrr, <3 Ofl Byrne una, 2 25 Buffalo, 3 SO Onweiio, 2 2i Up. and Lower Cauada i 40 Kor i^ajje apjdy t? 3? 93 Barclay alreet, New York. ROCKAWAV PAVILION LONG ISLAND RAIL-n ROAD. 1 raint upon thia road leave Drooklyu, South nLuJt J ''"v. for Jamaica, where coachea are in readiin?? -flftiSMH? ''<r delightful murt, the Marino Pavilion, at " W-L?lhe following tiouri, viz Half-past 9 A. M., 4 o clock and liall-piut 6 I'. M, Returning, leave Jamaica at 8 A. M., 12 M.t and i P. M. for New York. I"are to Jamaica 2*. ; tlirough from Brooklyn to the Pavilion, 75 c?nU. je2< tiw*r NEW ARRANGEMENT. ~ i*ark and freight reduced. RKOULAR MAIL LINK?FOR PROfli B^y-3?VIDKN<:F. AND BOSTON, via, STONT .If jLlMiTON AND NEWPORT?Composed ?I the following <tii|wrior steamer*, riiniiiiiK ill connection with the StonuiKtnu anil Boston and Providwre Kail mads MASSACHUSETTS, Cant, Conistock. RHODK ISLAND, cij.t Thayer. PROVIDENCE. NARRAGANSETT. MOHEGAN. One of which will leave New York daily (Sundays excepted) from Pier No. 1, Baitrrv Plate, N. River, at i P. M. ARRANGEMENTS. ?The RHODE ISLAND, Captain Thayer, on Monday, and Wednesday for Stoningtou and Newport, and Friday for Stoiungton. The MASSACHUSETTS. Captain Comitock, on Tuesday aiid lhursdav for Stonington, and Saturday for Stonington. Newport and Provide! Passengers, "II tlie arrival of the stamen ?t Stoniugton, will be immediately forwarded in the splendid and commodious C*r? of the Railroad to Providence and Boston, and if for I New|>ort will proceed in the steamsr Mohegan (in superior order) from thence at G o'clock the following morning, thu* giving them an opportunity of a night's re.t on board the steamer Massachusetts or liliode Island, and then breakfast on board thu Mohagan. The above steamers hare been thoroughly equipped and prepared to promote celerity of travel anil the comfort and security of passengers, and not surpaeted iby any in the United States. For passage or freight, which is taken at very reduced rate*, apply on board, at north side of pier No. I, 22 Broadway, or office of Samuel Deveau, freight agent, on the wharf. Tickets for the route and steamers' berths oau be secured on board, or at the office of HARNDEN Sc co., No. 3 Wall street [T7"Oil and after the 10th iust, freight will not lie received and forwarded after half-past t P. m. m9 Cm* ni oa fare reduced for Bridgeport ^ Trtj J* A.NP NORWALK?Lauding at Belden's Fare to Bridgeport. 25 cent*. Fare to Norwalk, I2licts. Fare to New Haven, 75 cents. The steamboat MUTUAL SAFETY leaves Liberty street Pier every morning, Sunday excepted, at 6 o'clock, for Bridgeport and Norwalk, touching at Beldon's Neck, ruuniug iu connexion with the Ilousatonic Railroad. Returning, leave Bridgeport at half-past 1 I*. M., or on the arrival of the cars. New Haven Line?Stages leave Bridgeport immediately on the arrival of the boat. The distance is IB miles, with fine roads and a beautiful country. Fare to New Havnu 75 cents. Office foot of Lilierty street. jylB I in' re URIAH ORF.OORY. Agent. ^ Wl REGULAR OPPOSITION FOR BOSTON, via NEWPORT AND PHOVljLaibsL DENCE?Fare to Boston $2 511; Deck $1 50; no charge for Berths. Newport and Providence SI; Deck 50 cts. The fast sailing steamboat CURTIS PECK, Captain Wm. II. Peck, leaves Catharine Market slip. East River, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 5 o'clock, P. M. For passage or freight apply ou board, or to A. D. peck. 805 South st. au5 1 m*m .Min SEVEN O'CLOCK EVENINO LINE ALBANY AND TROY direct, without 3C i $H36?landing?the splendid low pressure steamboat SWALLOW, Captain A. McLeau, will leave the foot of Courtlandt street every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday evenings, at 7 o'clock, for Albany direct. The Swallow has a large number of slate rooms.aud for speed and accommodations is not surpassed on the Hudson. au8 ec ! -i -a "PEOPLE'S LINE (>F"STEAMBOATS g^HjJggeFOR ALBANY?Daily at 7 o'clock P. M.? ^ *** >* Through direct?From tlie steamboat pier between Courtlandt and Liberty streets, Sunday excepted. Steamboat ROCHESTER, < apt. A. Houghton, will leave Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Evening, at 7 o'clock. Steamboat SOUTH AMERICA, Capt. L. W. Braiuard, will leave Monday, Wednesday and Friday Evening, al seven o'clock. Mail Link. Steamboat NORTH AMERICA, Capt^.M. II. True,i Jell, landing at intermediate places, will leave Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday afternoon, at i o'clock. The COLUMBIA, Capt. 11. O. C rotten den, Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 5 P. M. Passengers taking tins Line of Boats will invariably arrive in Alluuy in ample time lo take the Morning Train of Cars for the ??st or west. The above boats are new and substantial, are furnished with neat and elegant State Rooms, and for spml and accommodations are unrivflled on the Hudson. Kor Passage or Freight, apply ou board, or to P. C. Scliultx at the otfice 011 the wharf. au7 6tr M yrt -js INDEPENDENT REOULAR OPPOSJ&. rrt Cll?Tl()N NIGHT LINK FOIl ALBANV 3E^aE2LAND TROY.?THROUGH DIRECT WITHOUT LANDING?The commodious and substantial steamboat PORTSMOUTH. Captain O. House, will leave New Vork, from the foot of Barclay street, on Thursday, the 3d instant, at 5 o'clock, I'. M., arriving at Albany and Troy iu time for the cars going west. Regular Days?Leave* New York every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday afternoon, at 5 o'clock. Leaves Troy and Albany every Monday,Wednesday and Friday afternoon. Freight taken at reduced rates. Apply on hoard. P. S. The above boat has uudergoue a thorough repair, and it in first rate order. a2 lm*y .Mn /gm "NO MONOPOLY?FARF. REDUCED. fc>i. SWy.jrNew Indep-ndent Opposition Line for Albany 3C _3UL.<lirect. The new iiid commodious steamboat NEW JERSEY.Capt. R. II. Furey, will leave the foot of Barclay street, New York, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday evening, 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 state rooms, and for s|ieed and accommodation is not suriiassed by any steamboat on the Hadson river. j 17 NEW YORK AND KINGSTON STEAM FREIGHT AND PASSAGE LINE. 1 For Kingston, and Delaw-ire and Hudson P-r?E"Lr7J*Canal?steamboats EMERALD and NOR3L^2bL?Z_\vi<M. The EMERALD, Captain John Ketrham, will leave New York, foot of Murray street, every Monday aud Thursday at 5 'clock P. M. . Will leave Kingston (Rondnut landing) every Wednesday and Saturday at S o'clock, P. M. The NORWICH, Capisin John Samuels, will leaue New York, foot of Warren street, every Wednesday and Saturday at 5 o'clock, P. M. Will leave Kingston (Rondont landing) every Tuesday and Friday at 3 o'clock, P. M. EXTRA TRIPS. The EMERALD will leave the loot of Murray street every Sunday morning at 7 o'clock. Returning, leaves Kingston at 4 o'clock same day. For freight or passage apply on hoard, or to VVILLIAMSON. llARLOW ?t CO., a21 3m*r 164 West street. ~STATEN ISLAND FERRY, FOOT C^3*jg?OF WHITEHALL ST.-The steamboats 52?JaLac.S'I\VTKN ISLANDER and SAMSON will run as follow* until further notice Leave New York 8. 9, 10, II, I, 2, 31*, S, B, 7. Leave Staten Island 8, 9, 10, II, 1, 2, ?, 5, 6, 7. Leave New York nil Staten Island every hour *n Sunday. Staten Island Kerry?foot of Whitehall street, to Clifton di* reel. The steamboat Hercules will leave New YorlU P.M.? Clifton, 5 P. M. on Sunday, July 10th. P. 8.?Kicnriion to Kort Haiuiltou, Sunday* excepted ? Leave Fort Hamilton 1}% a.m., returning from New York, 3>4 P. M. jll r .mm j31 staten island fkrry?clifton, nkar THK narrows?Until 3L>^cL2. further notice, the 2 o'clock tri|> from Whitehall (the ST at k.n ISlAnD k R) will, after making her uiual landing at the Quarantine and Stapleton, proceed to the new wharf at Clifton, near tlx* Telegraph. The SA mson will leave Clifton wharf for the citv, at I Ik o'clock. On Sunday*, the 2 o'clock trip from Whitehall will proceed direct to Clifton, without touching at the Quarantine and Stapleton, and the return boat will leave Clifton wharf at 6 o'clock rare 12^ cents. Thit arrangement will afford a delightful excursion to the Narrows, and an opiurtunity of enjoying the ?ea breexa. scenery and proipect, for which that part of Staten Island it to celelirated, with ample time for a ramble, and bathing on the sea fide. j 29 2wr -MW OA NK.W ARRANUKMKNT FOR BHRKWSBl'RY?Long Branch, Siiidy 3C_JBLJK-llook. Ocesn House and Katontown Landing. The new Steamlwiat SHRKWSBCRY, Captain John P. Cor lies, will now run a* follow*, on and after Thursday, 27th inst :--leaving New York, from the foot of Kohiuson street, every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 10 o'clock. A. M. And Katontown Landing on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at in o'clock. A. M. The Shrewsbury will run as abOTA, weather permitting, until further nntice. All baggage at the risk of the owners. Fare 37cents. N. B.?Stages will be in attendance to convey passengers from the aforesaid landing placet to any part of the county rri| ii i red The Shrewsbury will go the inner passage, when practicable. je 13r .mm 4* NEWARK AND NF.W YORK.-FarAj?Mi_ , Jlonlv I2K Cenu !?The splendid steamer PAS* '"p* uaif .fi^. i..... mi, ? .n rllM follow* t? Lrnve the foot of Barclay street. New York, at 10 A. M.. anil L?ivet the foot of Centre street, Newark, at 7),' A. M., antl "UK P- M. ... , , _ 1 MI" ircimimniMi nun uuui lur |i.uini||pri alio lreignt nave Ixvn greatly improved. Knight carried at very low rates. jyl6 3m*ec HOCK A WAY AND NKW YORK 'W ill STAOK?Will run I! follow* on and after 8):My'iVt*'i July 13th nut. Leitve IWkaway at 8 A. M.t lor iNew i org. returning leara the Waverly llnuse, Broadway, *t 3k 1. M. for Roc In way, by way of South Kerry I'aascngers leaving their namn at 340 IVarl iliwl, will I* none-, tually called for by HENRY CONKLIN, auS lm'r Proprietor. UNITED STATES TEA EMPOH1UM, 121 late 129 Chatham *treet, New York. Anil 116 Kulton street, Brooklyn. Ar.rMCr. 318 Hi.kf.rktr Sthikt. W II () L K S A LK AN 1) K K TAIL. rPHR CANTON TEA COMPANY continue to offer for I sale new ami fragrant Tea* of evtvy variety aixl style.-? Their asiortmcut serially includes the mo?l delicious ami powerful grades of fireen and Black. Evary package bears tlw stamp of neatness and elegance, and the Teas therein are ?<> thoroughly secuicd from I>>jhl>and air, that their quality ami i power will remain unimpaired in any climate. Their systejn of nroseculnig business is, perhaps, scarcely to lie e?celle<l. It is rounded upon the utmost regard to the rights o| the enstonf 1 ?r, especially with res|>ect to weight and quality, and unri- J vailed cheapness. All purchasers are called ii|>on to return anv ( articles which fail to give rht-m the utmost satisfaction, which -.11 I... ^l..-.rli,IK- ..,.1 r..l".,? mcrrhuiU, public ?atabli?hmrnU, IimiU of famili**, and ihipmailm will tiiid it * decided advantage to aopply th?-ma?lvra from thi? Mtablithnwnt. Oi:wi;i*k Java co?rr.?. roaaU-d ?very day. Onl*r? from *11 l*rt? of the Uuitru Statra raemtrd with promptitude anil despatch. (T7~ Tl? only warehouae m America for th? Mir of HorlaVi cekbr?w4 JJUck It*. jW lm'm - [ERA: 343. Mtoiitiigton (Corraipoudeoce of th? Herald.1 Stonington, Aug. 11,18-13. Fitting for Sharkt?Nulwal btaulitt of the place. 1 L)kar Bk.inktt:? I am Btill sojourning at this delightful summer re- I treat. I have tried Nahant, Hmgham, CohaFHet : Bench, and Newport, but have nowhere found the 1 same amount ot comfort that may be enjoyed at j the Wadawanuck House ! The advantages w hich Stonington possesses over many other, and more fashionable watering places, is being rightly under- ; stood; "our House" is constantly crowded, and yet, although we are full to overflowing, our kind and accommodating hosts, contrive, in some way, | to find comfortable quarter* for those who apply at their sptcieus and really superb hotel! Some days since, at an inlet of the sea, about half a mile from "our House," several Sharks were seen, taking their delights m shallow water. A party of us im- i mediately prepared to capture " those rude de- i Btroyers" of the lesser finny tribe ; by aid of large hooks, strong lines, and a long pole, with a gatT hook at the end, we succeeded in taking about a doz'-n of them ! the larger ones we carried home in triumph, to exhibit to the ladies as an evidence of our skill! The sport was really amusing,and created quite an excitement among the numerous lookers on j A short mile from hence, resides a lady named Mrs. Phelps; her dwelling house is spacious and beautiful: the situation is on very hi?h around, command ing an extensive and delightful view of sea and land; but the charm of this lovely spot is an extensive flower garden and green house, where all the choice treasures of Flora's rich domain are blooming in sweet luxuriance! The kind owner does not forbid visiters us many do, but silently invites them, by having no gate at the principal entrance ! For those sojourners who have a touch ol "Old Mortality's" condition, there are several grave yards in the neighborhood, where they may read the "rude memorials" erected to those who have passed to "another und a better world." Some of the stones record the deaths of the early Bettlers of Stonmgton, or Wadawanuck, as the Indians named it. By the way, talking of graves, as Quotem says, it strikes me as strange to find upon their tombs, In memory of Mr. C S., or Mrs. or Miss; and some limes they record General, Captain, and Esquire, with us you know anch marks of this world's distinctions are omitted. It Vas feared that a long and severe drought had j destroyed the vitality of vegetation, but not so; the i recent rains have revived the face of nature, and ! the fields are as beautifully green us in the spring of | the year. We of the Wadawanuck House, have | united with ail others in returning thanks to the i giver of every good, for the copious showers that have refreshed the parched earth. The rains have in no way interfered with our walks for exercise, for we have a spacious piazza of more than 500 feet long, supported by 40 doric columns, on which we promenade, and hold Sweet convene with the ladies, whole Smite* make lunahino in the gloomiest hour. Poetsand painters have pencilled out in raptures colors, the beauty and magnificence of an Italian sun-set; what would they say, if from the cupola of our hous" they could behold the gnd of day sinking to repose, in a splendor so grand and glorious, that at the heavenly sight the bomI involuntarily bursts forth in prayer und ail oration 1 Nothing more sublime can ever meet the mortal gaze of , man. As our autumn forest is more t^ly beautiful than that of any other country, so are the sun-sets more transcendently sublime and glorious. Yours, W. S. P. S Don't be uuder any apprehension at the "Salt Sea Shark" part of this history, lor here, in bathing, we defy all the monsters of the deep; our bath house is impregnable as Gibraltar, and not a perch can enter without the countersign. Pray look to th? Post Office?we mint hare your Herald every day ; His more welcome than The first flower ot spring. Yellow Fever ?We were unintentionally led | into error yesterday, respecting this disease. There i were fifteen persona admitted into the Charity Hon- j is true, on the preceding day, bu t they did | not happen to have the yellow fever. We are de- i termined, at all times, to tell the truth respecting the health of our city, when we can arrive at it; and citizens and strangers must be convinced, from the verv error into whith we have fallen, that when there is danger, they shall know it Annexed are i the reports from the hospital for the two days last past Charity IIoipitai.?Report f?r the twenty-four hour*, ? endiug at eight o'clock, 3d August. r Whole number of patient* 370 In the Iniane Department, 61 Admitted 15 a " of Yellow Fever 0 a Discharged 11 ?J of fellow Fever.... 0 ? Death* 4 " of Yellow F?ver 8 Yollow Fever 1'atient* remaining in Hoipital 8 THURSDAY, Aug. S. Admitted 10 T " of Yellow Fever I Deaths 8 " of Yellow Fever 3 Discharge* IS " of Yellow Fever. . I .AT O. Diamond, 4'h. T tr tn Mysterious and Remarkable Outoaoim.?'The Cattaraugus Whig relates the following singular ,K story| There has been a series of deprcdat ons commit ted upon a family in Machias, in this county, nuned Andrews, which are unaccountable and villainous r Early in the sj ring there were peveral petty thefts ^ com bined by entenn?|the house in the nigh', carry- ? ieg a?>ay provisions, xc. Their barn was set on fire and jitrned to thefgrnund, and two attempts have been made to burn the house. Who the des 10 peradoes are, it has been impossible to find out, as gi they would come in the night, in disguise, painted " black, and every eflort at detection has proved una- p' vailing. A lew weeks since, a shingle was found m in the house, on which was written warning to the <"1 family to leave the house, or they would be mttr- i, der-d, or their house burned. 1 n On Thursday, the 271h ult., about midnight, a ? noise was heard by the family on the outside ot the " house. Mrs. Andrews Rot up, and upon looking out saw a man fixing a sort of scaffold to get up into the ' window, the window being high up from the ground She got an axe and stood near the window as senti- ' nel.the window being partially fastened on the in- i side. The thief mounted the scaffold and com- ' menced raiding the window, and finding, nfter rais- | ing it three or four inches, that it was fastened, ? thrust ins arm uuder to unfasten it, when Mrs. An- " drew* raised the axe, nnd nearly severed the arm 1 from his body. The thief, with a loud groan, fell h back, was seized by his comrades and carried to '' their wagon, which stood a few rods distant, and *| the horse was driven rtt'at ihe top of his speed, m An alarm wan immediately given by ihe family, " and the whole neighborhood whs aroused in search fj of the desperadoes. Blood was found on the win- w dow sill, traced to the ro d, and they were traced -j by the blood as far as the village of Sandusky, in the !' town of Freedom, a distadce of some ten or twelve ni miles, when all trace of them was lost. We have a rumor that Dr Colgrove, living near that section of the country, had been called to dress i a wound in the arm of an individual living in the | vicinity of Sandusky, but cannot vouch for the truth of the rumor. , P; Dkaths on boaro thk U. S. Ship Boston ?The subjoined list of the deaths which have occurred on |" board the ship Boston, since she left the United j States, with all the particulars that could be collect- I ed concerning the residence, fee., "f the deceased, j is published for the information of their relatives and friends:? j tn Samuel Smith, April 22,1841,Cape Town; from | " Lubec, Maine ; mother, Mtb. Ann Colfroy Peter i,' Kits, March 1ft, 1812, at sea ; from island Norde- j n wei Fast Friesland, Hanover; has brothers and , sisters L S Wright, Jut e 27, 1S42, at M aeao ; _ Irom Hillkbororg i, N. H. John Hart, July 21), 1842, at Macao ; from Stockholm ; has sisters in Bopttn. \ John Osborae, October 26, 184'?, ?-ff Angtr; If m th L ibec, Maine L?wrence Hoffird, November Hi, j i" 1842, at sea : has a family in Philadelphia. William Meek, November 13. 1842, at sea ; from Pennsylvania ; left a will in favor of Walter Sw<;t>e, Harter gunner. Benjiinin Murphy, November 27, 1842, at sea ; parents in Washington, D C. ; fath?r- , ?t in-law. James Millon. James Addison, November " 2!), 1842, atsra; has a mother at Toronto, Upi>er l'anada, named Harriet Addison. William Smnh. l*i ( Vhrilnrv lit Will nt urn k,a> lamilu m Ma Hi. more. William Bell, June 23 1843, at Rio d>* Ja- , neiro : will in favor of his wife Isabella Ahbot, 'Jarliale, England; Win. Richardaon, keeper of the ^ fi*ncanhire Tavern, N. Y., executor. David $. Pond, July 14, 1S43; Fond waa from Burlington, Conn.; anur and brother living. 1 n,'( LD. 1 ITU Willi. Tornado in Q.tjkk?* Annk's County, Mo-We learn from the Centreville Telescope that a tornado panned over the upper part of Queen Anne's county, Md , on Saturday week, in a south-easterly direction, doing much damage Several dwelling* and other buildings were completely demolished, nnd ptacks of wh^af.oats, Acc- were scattered in every direction. A Mr. Coigan, not far from Beaver Dams, had every h<<use on his farm blown down, and thf furniture lorn into a thousand fragments and blown entirely awav. A dwt-lling house belonging to Mr. James P. Dud'ey, about two and a hall miles west of Sutllersville was blown down and alao his corn house, trees, fences, ire. The Telescope adds?The current was not wide, elee it would have devastated the whole country, as it cut its way through the forests, leaving scarce a bush remaining. Hud it pxsbfd about three miles farther ro the westward, and taken the camp meeting grourd ut Church Mill in its way, it is fearful to contemplate the dreadful ennsequeno-s that would have ensued. In the afternoon of the same day a furious westerly wind passed over the same section of country. The dwelling house of Mr Francis R. Cacy, about three miles from Millington, was much injured. The fences, forests and crops were greatly damaged. Lottery Vending in Missouri?Th?* authorities of Missouri are taking very prompt and efficient measures to suppress the vending of lottery tickets in that State. If they would do as much to suppress gambling and lynching, it would be still mora for their credit. The St Louis New Era of the 29th ult says:?" Two of the persons indicted for the sale of lottery tickets have been convicted, and Mr. Freligh and Mr. Manning sentenced to pay fine of $1000 each, and to be imprisoned for six months in the county jail. In one of the cases, an appeal was taken to the supreme court, and bond required and given in the sum of $3,000. The parliPM were taken intnenstodv flu Hoiin > th* were rendered. The recognizance in the cane of Mr. Marshall, indicted lor the name offence, was forfeited. These prompt proceedings will, it is hoped, put a stop to the sale of lottery tickets in this Stale. Hum and MimnitR.?The Taunton (Maw) Whig Rives the details of a murder committed in Freetown on Friday last. It appeal* that two fellows by the name of J C. Clark, and C. T. Thomas, jr< wrntto the residenc* of a man, by the name of Silas Williams, on Wednesday, when Ihey met a man by the name of A. G. Ashley. The precise object of thus assembling together does not appear, yet it may be inferred, from a jug of rum ! They had partaken freely. The result was a drunken quarrell? threats and high words ensued?Williams ordered the prisoners, Clark and Thomas, out of doors, bat they resisted, and the quarrel ended in blows, which were inflicted in such a brutal manner upon Williams, that he died on Monday following. Complaint was then immediately made, and the offenders committed. Aslily was discharged, their being no evidence to convict him. Clark and Tli?mas were remanded to await the decision of the justices, and will undoubtedly be committed for trial at September term. A CtiRrors Circumstance.?The St. Clair County Ranner says, that a " Mr. John M. Geel, of Port l-iuron, in that county, commenced near his house coring far water; after having sunk a shaft to tha Jepth of 115 feet, he suddenly heard a hissing noise, which he supposed to be waier rising where he had jored. He immediately commenced taking up his shaft, which as soon as he had done, was followed ?y a noise as loud and resembling that made by the largent steamboat letting oil steam, and a rush of Has, throwing etones, sand, ?Ssc to the height ol one hundred feet, and with f-uch lorce as to throw stones weighing lrom five lo ten |K>undn, when placed in the orifice, to the height of several feet A large tub" has been inserted over the hole, and up to the ,'resent I line it has continued, although not as strong HBHt firnt, to emit a Ptroug current ol gas, of an inflammable nature, supposed to be hydrogen. We yesterday visiled the t-pot, and saw the gas lighted. It burned freely, producing a bright flame, and slichily impregnated with a sulphuric smell, but when burning or otherwise, not the least offensive." First Delegate in Pennsylvania?The Harrisjura Intelligencer says"Gen Thoa. M Jolly, of he 23d District, is the first Delegate appointed in Pennsylvania to the Whig National Convention to je held in Baltimore in ivlay next, and is instructed o support Henry Clay for President " PKILADELPHfA. DAGUKRREOTYPE ESTABLISHMENT. EXCHANGE BUILDING, ROOMS X k.V. riK Subscribers, having procured the Agency Tor the salt of VOIGTANDER'S DAOJJERREOTVPE APPARATUS, constructed according to Professor Perrval's calculation, lave <>n hand a law assortment of time Apiwratui, and artist* s well as amateur* of their art. wishing to procure a (food aparatus, will find it to their advantage to procure instruments f this construction. They aim have lately imported a large uantity of German and French plates, ana all the chemicals sed in their art, which they warrant in every reaped, w they re made to their order. Polishing substances, and morocco ties, and all necessary materials are sold on the most reasonlile terms. The following gentlemen hate agreed to act a* leir agents, viz:? F.. White, Esq., I7i Broadway, N. Y.I P. Mass, Esq., Washington, D. C. Dr. A. ( as pari, Richmond. Va. P. I.aureus, Esq., Savapnah, Oa. William West,|. ( Cincinnati, Ohio. ill.,.,.,. 1 ....Jl ?I - J-....., IIKJ I'lufia, B^vnptniw ith remittances, will be promptly attended to. and should bs irecwd to W. fc K. LANOENIIEIM. je I lm,r Exchange Building. Phila. ^-ANUFACTORY OK CUT, PLAIN AND MOULDED (JLASS, "\F every description, French and English Porcelain, astrst, f and solar litmpa. warranted, girandoles of superior <iual11v, 'o the public in general, which are in the habit of paying ? aordinary prices for the above articles?it is a great discovery > dealer*, hotel*, steamboats, shin-matters, sucf familiet, that i?y can get supplied at very moderate prices, at Stouvenel Ik rotliers glass manufactory, No. 29 (Jold street, or at their de)t, No. 3 John street, ueai Broadway, (roods sent to in any irt of the country l're?. All articles matched to patterns, and us cut to order. Wholesale and retail Call and satisfy yourselves about quality and prices. au3 lm?ec _ STOUVENEL k. BROTHERS. iROTON WATER?DAY'S FIRST PREMIUM IN ^ DIA HOSE is confidently recommended for ly purposes for which leather is used.and la warranted to pot hs the following properties ;? 1st?It it perfectly tight uuiler pressure of the Croton. 24? It is made of the strongest fabrics, and will not mildew injure in the least, and requires no attention. 3d?It is not destroyed by coming ill contact with oil or ease, nor stiffened by cold weather, nor can the rubber de impose, as inferior articles are in no case used. Should the ast complaint be made of the ilnse, not possessing the above roperties, it will he taken back, at anytime inside of six lonths from its purchase, and other given in exchange without barge. 4th?Coupling and jet pi I'M will be attached without cltarge. luyers will note that we are clearly satisfied that this hose (the rocets of making which is unknown to any other in the trade) i just the article long wanted for leading water >ttid many ther liquids. HORA<JE II. DAY, jy 17 lin*r Successor to Roxbury I. R. ('.,45 Maiden line TO MANUKA C T I R F. IIS \NI) DEALERS IN 1 WOOLLENS.?Henry Migeon,, Finisher ol Cloths, Css imeres, Satinets, kc. corner of Laight and Washington tt., V. V., res|iectfully informs the manufacturers and dealers in Woollens, that his establishment is now in successful niters ion, and that he is prepared to execute with promptness all orlers in his line that may he confided to him. Specimen* ol hit workmanship may be seen on application to the gentlemen whose lames are annexed, and to whom he has liberty to reler. lie ilso refers to the following remark upon Ins workmanship, at he Kair at the American Institute. THE GOLD MEDAI. ias been awarded to H. Migeon, lor the most beautifully finilied Cloths, < 'assimeres, and Satinets, displaced at the late ihibition ; the Institute have thus become their testimony ro ie perfection o| the art, by which Mr. Migeon has augmented lie of the must im|>nrtant sources of the manufacturing wealth f the United States, by adding, at a rery trifling cost, Irom n to fifteen per rent to the value of the cloths submitted to is process of finishing and preparation. The brilliant finish id silky smoothness ol tlte cloths thus prepared, most satisfy rery one who will examine them, of th* great superiority of ie process pursued by Mr Migeon. Manufacturers and imnrters will do well to acquaint themselves by personal exatni stion with the merit of hts invention. Orders may be left at^Nos^ fi:l and^l Pin# st. Ilalsted. Haines & Co., 31 Nassau street. Lainliert 3k Wolcott. 63 Pine street. W. C. I.angley k Co., (M Pin* street, W'llson. Butler k Co., 27 William street, U. Bregham, 64 Pine st. jy?* ( _ \ RIS BOOTS AND LASTS MADE TO ORDER BY E. SUSER, r5 Broadway, (Basement,) one door fromCourtlandt street. K. Sl'RKR, Bootmaker, mul maker of Laata, yi flPV " Klvi-'' of t lerce ol' I'aria, lieu? leave to inform hi* emit mul all tti? inulnin of i i;*-iii|.-iri*n|y " chautaur*,* at httu now make, in New York, with the iicat Krenrh marials, *11 that it to pcnKtly m.ut- 11 PlTM, by hi* MM the lebrated bootmaker I'lmfe, whim numerous cuttoinert on it side of the Atlantic are respectfully invited to try HUKit'S boot* and laat* hefnrv they despair or tieiiiK chauatea' iit cw Vork, after thf nicest, latest Pan* Kaahion. Alto, the genuine Pari* Jet Black Varimli told. jy2S Int ec V ' \ XI ' unmarried and 10.000 g^Vw^arrivd Ladies of .Ww York.?The subscribe* tmiTsTiTt cnmplimeits to the Ladies. and would inform them it he it furnishing citv made show of the haat kind at iuch ice* at cannot fail to tuit the moat economical. Best Silk t.Jaitera, mad* to order $2 25 & $2 50 B"tl I'ruiiell " " ' 2 OA e 2 U Buskin* 75 a 1 12>? Lad let Slippers 62K a I 00 Mittet'0*iien . , ; 75 a I 00 Those who c*ll at this store invariably call again?the beat idenca of the astiaftclion of hit customers with kit pricoa rt the durability of hit shoes. N. B. ?t'ity and country dealers can have th?ir orders eiecuI on the most layorahle term*, and with ahaes made by tha ?t workmen in the country. D. <?. CROSBY'S Ladiea' Shoe Store, No. 52 Catherine at. two doors below Madison at. yj|iti"ec BOOT AND HHOK. STORK. IOII N RK A I)Y . ?!? . it',ill\ inf..ims his friend* ff fhr ruhtic. \)w\ )># h m riimin''ii> >>'1 lni?in*M in the f, af So. W \ vwu Mr^t. where he will1 tb*%n k I ? 11 y rttviim i\ Uitlil'ully all h# uuy be labored with <>n 11 tit >h r*u?vu*bl? ujiiju i'or.auha jy*?l

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