Newspaper of The New York Herald, June 28, 1845, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated June 28, 1845 Page 1
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THE NEW YORK HERALD NEW YORK, SATURDAY MORNING. JUNE 28. 184ft. THE NEW YORK HERALD. JAMES GORDON BKMKTT, Proprietor, Circulation?Forty Thotiaand. DAILY HERALD?Everj d*y. Prioe 3 cents per copy?(7 U per annum?payable in advance. WEEKLY HKHALI)?livery Saturday?Price <4 cent* per copy?M I'J- cent* par anaum?payable in advance AOVKHTISKMENTh at the usual price*?alwayi ea*h in advance. PRINTING oI all kind* executed with beauty and despatch. (fTjf- All letter* oi communication*, by mail, addressed to tno establishment, must be post paid, or the postage will be deducted trom the subscription money remitted JAM KM GORDON BENNETT, Pbophietub or the Nrw Yoai Hhvalu Establish!**!*! Neethweat Mirnor of_i'nl?oii nnd Vumn street* LONG ISLAND RAILROAD COMF^LN V: REDUCED FARES. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT, TRAINS RITN AS FOLLOWS, On and after 14th June, 1844. Frrrm Brooklyn Depot-*' Boston Train??V A. VI. d*ily, Sundays excepted, Hopping at Farmiugdal* and St George'* Manor. Accuminoditinn Tram?9k A. M uid 5 P. M. for farming dale .iid intermediate pkcriJiUilr. Sunday* eicented. Accommoduion Tr?in,3 P< M forOreeiipon, d uly, a?ndar? ted aropPinf .it J.idsica. Branch, HkmlwU?d,.an<ltlic-V fjii , and all the (topping place* between Hicksville and GcteMjiort. 2>y/? Qrr.enport Depot-r . - , , < ,, Bontpii Tmin, daily. Sunday* exceptrd, at 12>{ o'clock M., *+ oh the arrival of ttoaUMniere frotn Norwich. ? , "ciiininodalian Tram?At I < M., dally, Sunday* erserted, for Brooklyn and intermediate place*. i'lOm Far mint Anle Depot? . ..' ? Accopumoilatio ? Train 6X A- M. and8)? P. M., daily, Sun davk exempted for Bro- klyu and intermediate place*. ^CjTta^rain, iji f M daily, Sunday* excepted, for Brook ly? and intermediate pi eea. ... , ^ ? . The Bo*ton Traiua *top only at Farmingdale and St. Georxe ? * Tti.'- Accommodation Train* *top at. the following places on the road, goiug both way* to receive and deliver pas*en Bedford*. ? Deer Park #9 jwat.Nf* York ISK Thompson . j? Bade Course . ? ... ? ? ? 1)<4 Sttffolx Station. . ? ... .1 TrMtiug Cot*r?e Wi Lakfc. Head Station I li>? Li Nledford Stanon 1 1S>4 Brushville 31Vj Milleville 1 50 Hyde Pnrk, 17 mile* 37J? St. George's Manor ... 1 ?1 Clowsville, (during *e*- Riverhead 1 67 *inn Court,) 31% Jameaport I 6S>* Hempatead Mattetuck 1 ?jt Branch 37)i Cutchogue 1 62>s Carle Place 44 Southold ... 1 62>a Waitliurv 44 Oreenpnrr, Acc'n. train. 1 75S Hickavilb 44 Boston Train 2 00 Farmingdale ... 6JI< Stage* are in readme** on the arrival of Train* at the several St tinm, to take paueuger* at very low Fare*, to all part* of the *\far|t*fte Ctralei wilt be in readme** at the foot of Whitehall strret. io r-c? ivr Baggage for the several Train*, 30 miuute* be fore thf hi-ur of *tarti 'g from the Brooklyn *ide. , R' ck'W y B'gg'g" take in ?ep tr te Cr-te*. julOrc iu vv^aTeiRN EXPRESS AN i> PIONEER PACKET LINE, From Philadelphia to Pitulmrgh via the Pennsylvania Rail road* and Canal?through in 3* day"*. The above line i* now in full operation and offers greet inducement* to per*on* who wish a oJea*.int mode of travelling to the We*t. .. . Ttie car* are built in the mo*l approved modern *tyle, the boat* are fitted up in a *nperior manner, and every effort is made by the proprietor* to conduce to the comfort and convenience of traveller*. The *cenery on this route I* unrivalled, and the peat chain of Peniuylvania internal improvement* is well wor ljjy this route passengers avoid all the fatigue* and danger* at tendant ujion stage travelling, and at the *ame time make an ex ^The'cMs'leave every momingat 7 o'clock. Fassengenaread vised to engage their place* at Philadelphia. Office in Philadel phia N. E. corner of Cheinut aud Foarth*treet*, and, at No* IS and li South Third *t*. A. CUMMlNGS, Agent. Philadelphia^ May 17. 1?45. . For information, in the city of New York, apply to 6. H. KNISELL. Agent lor D. LEECH fc C6.'? Lme. 7 We*t *t, N. R myl7 6m rrc FROM BOSTON TO PHILADELPHIA IN A DAY. THE TRAINS upon the LONG ISLAND RAILROAD are now arra iged for passengers to leave Boston it 6oclocL and arrive in New York at 4, aa wa* the case last eveulng; and take the Philadelphia tram at quarter bef tre i, and arrive there at 11 P. M. mv23tl ??im NOTICE.?On and niter .vio ?Uiy,ihe Wli u. A4jTl itant, the car that leave* City Hall at wio clock n MTMff >he morning for William'* Bridge, will Ileave .*i aHE.h?lf past five: returul?K,, BriU^f hi nTvu o'clock. Tlie c*r that leave* Cijy Hall in evening at half past si* o'clock for Harlem, will leave *t *i> o'clock, and will run to William'* Bridge; returning, leavr William's Bridge at aeven o'clock and twe-tv mmutes. jn.-v rn i\,l-W \(JhK ALiHAiN V AM' 1 ttU i ill VoR ALBANY AND TROY DIRECT /L--Swi? ?The steamboat EMPIRE, Captain R. H S^jE2? will have the foot ol Coortiand. itilet, onSATURDAY EVENING, at 7 o'clock. Tin* Empne. owi..v to her light draught of water, bled at all time* to pa** the bar, and reach Albany and I roy ample time to take the morning train of c*r* goiuk ea*t or we*t. liV' "?<sav? or ?'miifiit apply on board, or to C OL A H ?i the office on tlie wharf. .J? MURN1VG BOAT FOR ALBANY, _ UTTl lfl ?" INTERMEDIATE UANDINOS Breakfast and Dinner oii Ik)^.?The splend ? SOUTH AN KRU A. Captain H Ni KuMlri, will leave the foot of Barclay street ( orth ?i?? of the Kerry) on Thursil.y morning, June 2Cth,at 7 o clocx. RTOdi^CMdHl^'w^ HUdlin, 'coisackie,' Kiii'derhook and New' Baltimore. j2S ? f?,Ut L*>' LINE Ol* 51 KA WrtOATb ?''y L N' DAl LY?Sunday* Escepwd?Thronah Di ?ct, at ^ o'clock P. M., trom the Pier between 8E?3aS-Courtlaiidt and Liberty -treeu. Si^n."ai KN1CKERBOCKK.R, Caiaain A Houghton, wil leave on Monday, W.dnesday and Friday Eveiiilig?, at7o cloc 8t?smhoat ROCHESTER. Captain R. G. leave on Tuesday, Thursday ami Saturday eve"'iig?.at7ortoc> Ar 5 o'clock P M.. lauding it intermediate plac**. fr?m the fix '^HmLna'i'NURrH AMERICA, Carta in L WBrainanj wiir.e"lf on Monday. Wedne*day, Friday aud Sunday At uy in^tnud?time for the Morning Train ol Cars for the east ?, *Th" B?au are new and substantial, *re fnnnshrd w|th iiew wic eleuant stiite rooms, and for *peed aud accommodatiou* are u. rivnllrd on the Hudson w?.a, ?*>??? ".s,v Sctiiiiiz. at u*k* ofl\ce on the wnarf. ^ . MORNING LINE AT 7 O'CLOCK, ? - - FOR ALBANY. TRCY ?..d mtermediau /?5551-^lalai.dii gs, from the Steamboat Pier at the foot ol ag^JtaL Barclay street. Lease* N***1Yofk'at7??'ciock,^M^Tuesday., Thnra.lays and Saturday, *nd Troy at 6 o'clock, A. M., Albany at 7 o clock a. - Tuesday., Thursdsy* aud Satuid.y*. al7 e cloefl. For i> MS ge or fteight, apply ou board, or to 1>. B. Hall, *t th freight, bill*, spoci'. or any ot'hrr kind of i roi? ity taken,khip|?o. or |.ut ol. hoard this hoal. must be at tlie risk of tlie owners ol *uch goods, freight bag gsge, fce ? c M+fKk/e* NOTICE. STATKN ISLAND KERRY, FOOT OF WHITEHALL STREET. KARE (Vi CENTS. , On ind after Saturday 7th June, the Steamboats 8YLPH and 8TATEN ISLAMJfch will leave New York every hour ejcepi S P. M., commencing at 8 A. M., until 7 r. M. Leave huten I-land every hour eicept 4, commencing at! A.M., until 7 P. M. i"7m FOH l.IV KIU'OOl,?'1 he ?ii|>er or ahtp fttf* ? TL'.N!-', CaiUin Peach, will tail oi her regular day. m ior p ssage, having un?un'issed arromm- d ?ti(um 1.1 ciwwbinonly, i|.plyto JOHN IlEKUMAN. j *27 rc fil South street. KOR NEW- ORLEANS?ton man a and New wKrV Vork Line?Regular Packet,to tail on Monday. Juue JUMfe-Wth-I lM elegant, I'.ut sailing Packet Barque GEN E Mc.?., Caft. Miuot, will positively tail aa above, her regular for freight or puum, having handsome forniahed accoinmo 4ationa, apply on board, at Orleans wharf, loot of Wall at., or to fc. R. COLLINS h CO., M South at. Positively no good* received on board .titer Saturday evening, 38th instant. Ag*?t in New Orleans Mr. JAMES K. WOODRUFF", who will promptly I'orwird all roods to his address j27ec BLACK BALL OR OLD LINK Oh' LIVER .POOL PACKETS.?KOR LIVERPOOL?Only fReituJar Packet of the 1st of July.?The magnificent <uiU Oatuurated fast sailing,favorite packetshipMONTEZUMA burthen IIDOtona, A. It. Lowber, commander, will aail posi tively on Tuesday, 1st of July. Having unequalled accommodations for cabin, Id cabin and a lee rage passengers, those returning to the old couutrv, or seud ing for their friends, will lind it to their interest and comfort to eelect this unequalled liue of packets. For terms of passage and to secure the best berths, early ap plication should be made on hoard, font of Be.kinan itwt. or to the anbscritiers, ROCHE, BROTHERS It CO, ii 97 "W Knlfn'i street, nevt done to ihe Enltnn Rank. N V. fNi.iv LIM-.UK i'/ll Kl-TThVoH LIVERPOOL ??Packet of 2l"iih Juno?Tlie spleidid and favorite I 'irket ship U vRRH K, 1060 foils burthen, Capt it. i . i?k, will sail on Thursday, June !i6, her regular day. '1 lie shipi nf this line being ill l(>00 tons and upwards, persons about to emliirk fur tlie Old Con .try w ill not I'ail to are the adva.,tn^i < to lie derived from selecting this tine ill preference ? 0 My other, as their grrat capacity renders them every way more comfortable ami convenient than sliiiai of a smill class, and their accommodations for cabin, second cnbin, and steeraue Bts-e gers, it is weli known, are su|ierior to those of am other .e of packets. I'ersoiK wishing to secure bciths should not ful to make early application on board, foot of Wall street, or to W. Ik J. T. TAPSCOIT, 73 South street, earner of Maiden Lane, Je'iC rrc Hp Stairs. KOH ULAHOOW ?Regular Packet -'i'W wall known, Tast sailing British Barque ANN HARLEY, Jalalbil'unr.u Smith, master, 450 tons bar hen,daily expect ed ai?rii| .>11 urival will nieit with quick despatch. Kor freight or passage, apply so V^OODHULL fc M IN TURNS, JMrc VTS inth suwet. FOR HALIFAX AND LIVERPOOL. THE Ron! Mail Strom Shi|u CALEBS* NIAand HlBERNI A, will leave Bo*ton for I tlie ?borc ports, a* folio Ws:? Calrdo 'i?, E. G Lott, E*q., Commander, Tuasday. July 1st Hibernia, Alex Ryrie, '? " Wednesday, July loth. Passage to Liverpool $120 Passage to Halifax 20 Apply to 0. BKIGH AM, Jr.. A?rnt. 6 Wall at. Je >6 FOR LlVERPOOL.-The spl? :did ship KEN kSINGTON, Captain Shmuway, will positively aail ? ? toe Is' July hot p.ssage, hat i if excellent accommodations in Cabin and Steerage, spply oil board the Ship, foot of Dover sheet. or to Jeii7 re JOHN HkRDMAN. CI South ?t. Ajhjgr ?FUlt Ll V luKPOOL, -i lie .New tili.r Kr*ul.j (CFvfXV PacketJtst July?The auperior fait aail ins Packet ship JtMfceUaliUTTINGUER, IUjO tout, Capt. Ira Burster, Will ' "*!' her 1'iuhrday. r or freight or passage, having; excellent and sii|?erior modabous, apply Co tK? Chi -tiiu on U> <rd. or to i IVOnijHt'LL It MINTU11N8.?T "rine or PasMjte JIM . ? The Packet Ship Liverpool, 1130 tons, Capt John Eltiridge. will <ucceeJ the HotUu^uer, and sail on her regular d <v.'.<0 of Auvint i.'2U rr FOR LONDON? Packet the 1st July?i e .splendid new packet ship VICTORIA, CajiUin Mo. __a^au, will sail as above, n?r regular day. 1<or passage appi? ku J. HEHDMAN, jiflre SI South street LONDON LINE OF PACKETS ?Pucka oi the 1st of July ? fhe splendid and fast sailing P.ick et Ship VICTORIA, Captain E. E. Morgan, will lK)S.m?i>- sail as above, Iter regular diy. I 1II ivi.iH superior accommodations for cabin, second cabin, i uid iteeraae p tssenuers, persons about to embark for the old I codntr*, should tn .ke early application to W. ft J. T. TAP8COTT, jt'%1 rrc 75 South street, cornet Maiden Lane. LIVERPOOL LINE OK PACKETH-Pucketol jkthe 6th Julv-rThe splendid and Case sailing packet ship J?i INDEPENDENCE, F. P. Alleu, will safiasabove, lie. regular a*j. H mug very uu|ierior accommodations for cabin, second cabin j ind steerage passengers, persous about to secure berths should I nuke early application ou board, font of niideii Lane, or to i the subscriber, , JOSEPH McMLJHKAY, ! 10(1 Pine street corner of South street. The new a"d elegant packet slini AsUburton, burthen 11 0 ! t"ns, Henry Huttlesju, master, will succeed the Independence ' uid ??il on the litli of August. jl7?c FOR SALE?FH'lilOHTORCHARTEB-The very last sitting picket ship, MISSISSIPPI, 640 tons, i 'Uilt in this city by Brown Hi Bell, salted ou the iluiltt, -.d rvs ilted every year, live oak and and locust top, ' live oak apron, setmniu stem frame, and forward aud alter i cant frlines?newly coppeied and in perfect order for a time I years voyage?lias accoininodatmms for 26 passengers. Apply 1 ou board at Orleans' wharf, loot of Wall stieet, or to E. K. COLLINS & Co., 36 South street. ! ju6m FOR ANT\VERP?The splendid ship DEVON ? SHIRE, Capt. , will meet with quick despatch i'br the above port. r or passage, having handsome furnished accommodations for cabin passengers, and also for second cabin paasengers iu the house ou deck, apply to | Je7 J. HERDMAN, 61 South street. PACKET FOR MARSEILLES.-'!lie Packet Ship MARCELLA, Captain (J. Hagar, will sail ou the 1st of July. For freight or passage, apply to CHAMBERLAIN PHELPS, 103 Front street, or to BOYD k HINCH EN, Agents, No. 9 Tontine Buildings, corner Wall and Water streets. jelfrrc KOR SALE, FREIGHT OH CHARTER?The very fast sailing ban pie HOME. C?ptaiu Watts, built .in B iltimore one year since of the best materials, carrier auout 4,000 b irrels, and has handsome accommodation for twenty passengers. Apply to Captain Watts, on board, at Pike street vvharl, or to E. K. COLLINS & CO. i 17 re 36 South street. PACtt.t.J'S hurt I1AVHiu?Second Lint?ihr packet ship ONEIDA, Captain Jas. Funk, will sail on tlie 1st of July. For iieiglit or passage ipl'ly to BOYD k HINCKEN, Ag?*t?, No. 9 Tontine Buildings, coi. Wall aud Water street* i jnl re ! J. HERDMAN'S OLD ESTABLISHED EMIGRANT PASSAGE OFFICE, 61 SOUTH STREET. PASSAGE from Great Britain and Ireland, via. Liverpool, can always be arranged at the lowest rate, ? inil Drafts furnished for any amount, payable at all | the i>riuci|ial U inks in England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales, ; ou application to J. HERDMAN, i j6rc fil South street. TO LET?Front rooms, luruished or uuftiruisked, ; (ItjB snitaule for any office, iu the National Coifee House, 321 JlSULBroadway. The proprietor res|iectfnlly informs Ins trienus and the public that he has a pleasant establishment, in I tlie vicinity of mercantile business. Billia. dsaud other amuse I incuts iu the house; the jirice of billiarda 12^ cents jier game i The proprietor has a strict regard to the cnnilort of his visitun. md be has combined economy the folluwiug prices will I show:?A ioom can be h id as low as 25 cents per night and $1 i per week. The porter will be iu attendance at all time* duriug the night; any body who wants to come iu at late hours will ring the hall bell. je20 3w*je TO LET-The NEW HOTEL, now finishing at Ho IrlvB hokeu, immediately adj icetit to the ferrv?built in rao _^ULderu style, 43 In 30 feet, three stories, with piazza ou two ?0?i, aud containii.g 17 io,?ms. with a wing 30 by 36feet; iwi .torin* containing 7 ronmi. Thi* lleuse is beautilully situated, commiuding a fine view of ihe city and lia.rt.or of New York. For lurther particulars apply to Jame? A. Stevens, Jr., at ihe olhce of the Hobuken Laud aud Improvement Company, at Hnliok-n. i?!XI J FINE FRENCH BOOTS for $3 50: City Made, ?ml fo> style ami durability they ate equal to those sold I'orSA. ?t VooushCo't Imperial Freuch Boot and Shoe Manu facturing Depot, at No.4 Ann street, one of the most Fa*h MMitble Boot Manufactories in this city. Fine Finch Dresf Boot*, in de to order, for $1 10; equal to those made iu othei -tores for $6 and $7. Boots, Shoes, liaiirrs, fcc., m dc to or der in the shortest notice. Mending, kr , done in the'tore Wni. M. Young St Co., Whole ule and Retail Manufacturers, No. 4 Ann stieet, New York, near Broadway. WM. VI. YOUNO, and je24 lm*rr 11. B JONES. INFERIOR TO NONE AND SUPERIOR TO MANY ft BEAUTIFUL light White plain Summer Hats, price $1,73, which for beanty of fi.nali cannot be iut|a??. VUo, Dr.h Beavers, Blue Brush aud White Castor Hats, all olthelateitstyle. Ai?o, fn >*uia H?s. very low. C. KNOX, jei'J lui'rc 110 i> ultou st, between William anil N.u?sm_ MILLS, HATTER, 178 BROADWAY, IlOWAllD HOTEL, HAS now ready, nn assortment of Summer Hats, to w hich the attention of gentlemen ia invited, at the fol lowing price*. via French l > art (a new article) $4 00 Pearl Cjas'Uiere J iO White French (also a new article) 4 00 Smooth White Castor ......... 3 30 Also, an *ssoriment of Panama, Fine Palm Leaf, Bohemian, tud othrrH.ts.suitat.b- for the sen oil. je!2 Im*irc MILLS, 178 Broadway, Howard Hotel. ROWE'S SUPERIOR STYLE of Oentlemens' Summer Hata an J^^well worthy the attention of those about supplying them ?elves with a pleasant, light and durable Summer Hat, possess UK the richness of a Leghorn, and warrauted not to be affected ly wet or damp weather. The assortment consists in part of, Pearl Cassimeres at $3 JO Silver Pearl do 3 M Smooth white Castor 4 00 Lour nap white Kucky mountain Beaver 6 M to ft Together with an assortment of Pmama and Bohemian Straw ? lata, all of the Ant quality aud most fashionable shape. ROWE, Sales Room <0 William st, my84 lm'rh Merchants' Eachange ?jL/UjNOAIY . AND _EAoHIUA ELEOANT SUMMER HATS. ft |A? PRICE *J. ROBERTSON, determined to maiutain the reputation ol * PHOENIX HAT AND CAP ESTABLISHMENT, i03 Fulton st, between William an<l Nassau, East of Broadway, ts the cheapest in this city or any other, bega leave to introduce to the public a very superior style of SUMMER HATS, *l)ich for lightness, beauty aud durability, are not surpassed? uid for cheapness unequalled In additiou to being very plea and genteel, these llats are warranted to stand all ordiuary exposure to raiu without iujury, which it is well Known Leg iKim, Panamas, lie., will uot do without losing shape aud color. For business more especially it is important to keep the head dry and cool, a desideratum which has not hitherto been ?tuineu. These Hats cannot be injured by perspiratiou, ow ing ro the pecului style of trimming which thesnbscriber lias found by experience so very cleanly and popular. Their weight ranges from to 3H Ol., being mach lighter than substantial Leg bnrns and Panamas. ROBERTSON, 103 Fultou St., ml4 lm*ee Sign oftlie Phoenix. MILLINERY AND DRESS MAKING MRS. ROSE, No. 17i WalkerVreet, New Yor"\ re spectfully solicits a call f,om Ladies wishing any thing >i I lie .Milluier> or Dress Making line. jel4 Im'rh LADIES FASHIONABLE HATS. (SU) CAltL KINO, the well known aud celebrated first prciuiuin Straw Hat and Lace Neopolitau Manufacturer, 17 Division street, informs the public that his Straws sud Lace Neapolitans are of a superior qunlitv, and war ranted to clean, made in the most fashionable shape, called tlte Cottage Oipsey. N. B.?Lace Neapolitan Hats $3 each. Milliners supplied by tlie case or dozen at reasonable prices, at the l>?ce Neapolitan Manufactory, 17 Division stivet. tn2l Im*rc CARL KINO 5P IMPORTATION OF WATCHES. RECEIVED from Switzerland, by packet ship Zurich, an aaaortmeut of Watches and Movements of every descriptiou and ef first quality, ready lor the wholesale trade, at moderate prices. DM.ACHALSE k MAIRE, juT lm'rc No. 117 Fulton street. New York. BURDEN'S PATENT HORSE-SHOEa BEINO NOW ON SALE by the principal dealers in hardware in the United States are all warranted per feet iu form and made of tlie very best refined iron, and said at a fraction over the price of iron in the bar. Every shoe which may be found not in accordance with the above recommendation will be received back and the money lefunded, with all expenses from tlie uiost distant parts ofthe country. ? H. BURDEN, Agent, mv li Im'rrc Troy Iron and Nail Factory. KUULdTONL/S RIDING SCHOOL., 137 and KIM Mercer Htreet. MR. JOHN 8. ROULSTONE has the honor to 0 inform his IrienJs aud the tiublic in general, that his t8cho?l for Instruction iu Horsemanship is now open day Alt a evening, as follows .? .... Hours fer Gentlemen from 6 to I A. >t. 19 91 Ladies ?,? ?? ,9 A. M. to 3 P. M. Terms of instruction made known ou implication to Mr. Roulsume. Mr. R. has just received fVom the conntry several fine and stylish Saddle Horses, which he u authorised to sell at a rea s. -Me mce. my7re HORTICULTURAL GA1WKNS7 FLUSHING, LUNG ltfJ<AND, NEW YORK. - THE SUBSCRIBERS have now for sale a beau iful g, collection ol Rotes, Alalias, Camellias, I'el ,rg<it mi. Rhododendrons, Ike., emtrneiiig a|| tlie novelties ol tlie season, grown in the best mauner. Also, a select variety of Stove end Oreenhouse Hants, Strawberries, Raspberries and Orape Vines; Evergreens and Flowering Shrubs, Herbaceous Plants, Dahlias, Ike., fcc. ( atalngues seut on application, post paid. Persons interested in H jrtieuliaral affairs are invited to visit the Uardens, Sundays and lib of July eieepled. Having a Urge collection of Oeraumms now in bloom, they will be sold very lew, from three to four do^ars ^r doc^n TRITON HOUSE, | Glt-n Cove, Loiii; Imnnil. 'I'HF, HUHSCRI&KR lesp^ftfully i-forms hi* friends aud X tlie public, thut hr h u impiovedand enlarged the "Triton I ; Hot. 1" at the head of the Steamboat Landing. anil it is now I tlwironcMy fitted up and ie d>; for the reception of flosrder*. The situaiiou of t||i* e. tibli.lnnenl for the puri?)*e of Salt Water D (hii ft, is iimo'.(J?t the most eligible on la) ig Island, j as ?li* land* inched to liie premise* havu a viry ex|?u?ite I water front, a d ? fi ie beach for swimmers. The oft-buildings are new, a d die Bar and Bowline Alley are entirely discu* , necie-I with the hou>e Having a farm of M acre* spiiended to I the Hotel property, the Sn .scriber ran offer hi; frie id* the in- i ducenwut* of* ilenti'ul supply of good inilk and butter, and such other comfort-, at he t.usu, together with hi* unremitted 1 aite lions to th|,wis|j?s of Ins gueau^ will render a residence at the 'Triton Come 4?tr<ine|y desirable. Horses and C rri net to hire For terms, which w <1 i>e moderate, apply to i WILLIAM L. /oNt.8, Triton Housi. j Glen Core, Long Island, June 1, I84J. j2* lw rc SEA BEACH HOTEL, Imng Urenclt. IV. J. HEALTH, RECREATION AND COMFORT ; TU INVALUiS AND ALL OTHERS. H HOW LAND fe CO. h ve opened for tlie - e son this ? well gnovri Hotel at Loiik Branch, N. J.. tki'i-t 1 at y e rby J. Barclay It Co ,)m> well by th# qt'izans of New ? ork a il Phil*deli'Ma in past years with greut api Jo bation, ard consider d dec dedly the most comfortable H>-liI ?lid Sea Bathing establishment within a hundred miles of either | ciry; , Visits-nand invalids will receive every attention from the proprietors, who are uow re dy to enter into arrangement*. with families f >rtn<-teaao for beard. The advantage* of set bathing d iriug the summer months are ai potent to all, si d Lo' ( B j ch furnul e< every mdu e ine t to fomiiles end ii.d viduiK for health, mere t.ou and c mfi rt. '1 o the lovers of fulling, the vlci iiy of the Sea Bass B " k* d'ord-great sport; anil the gunning iu the neigh borhood is vei> fn e. '1 h- Uteunlli wt ORUS l?aves Fulton Market wharf every day. For hers of 1 avini{, see dv rti unt t of Ste iner Orus in the Courief and K qnirtr 'he Ocean Ilou e, passen gers urn couvt > ed to the hotel. 6 utiles in good carr aa-i. H HOW LAN!}.* CO . Pr> prietura of the Sea Beach Hotel. Long Branch, June 21. 1845. jvjt ? dim m TRITON MANSION HOUSE, McCOMjfis DAM. THE SUBSCRIBER"* have lately con p'?t< d the hu:lding of a upland J Hotel on rhe h? k* of the K ver it Ale Comb' D in, era'ruci g a splendid v rw i f the r ver, tic. They sre pr> p red tt? acCtuAn odate large or small pa .ties with Breikfast Dtni.e , Ite.. and -til hi da nf Fishing Apparatus. Biit &c.; <Iso go< d Bo U with awning covers for L dies oi ? arties, o the most e is niab e te ms. There is t regular eon vtryancc-per-tage on I e r vai of each train of c ir? r om H r ?*ni;so a p .rty csn visit th-1 .o!ie structure .he H gh Bridge. | Mid spend sev -ral hour in fishi g. end return iu the eveuiiig re freshed^ w%II as * ti fieil the tr p. The subscriber* return m n\ th eik? for 'he liberal patronage th< v have leceiv.d dun. g at veral yr lesidence iu triat neigh borhood, ai d hope by str. -t t.eutio i to merit a continuance ol p.i*t favors N. B ?Bass and weak fi..h in great ab'indtnce. iOHm DODO. je23 Iw'rh PKTEH H DODO. Lung branch, nlvv jEit&iiy, "BATH BUILDINGS,H (roBMr.i t.v i r.iiHiw'i ) THIS wel'-knowu in! del ghtl'ul sea b thing establishment will be opened lor thi rer |ition ofvi-ttors on andafterthe 2.'th June m?t; Th buil-i-ngs h ve undergone a complete and rlioroukh rvjwir, and no ellor's will be spared to maintain the deservedly high reputation which this esiaiilithoient has here tofore HCqu red. The pi ic?- for hoi' din^ will be from S7 to $H per week -chil dren and servants half-price. Young pei iile, not requiring much room, will find accoinmodatn g lerms The sieainer ' l<ui, Captain ' . Prn*. from the Fulton market, \ will make a diily trip between New York n-.d Long Br inch I Siacei will he in re iliuVus upou the arrival of the above boat al ! the Ocean House, to convey pissei sen immediately to Long l Br inch. JAMES OREEN. Proprietor. I June 18. 1813. je'9 Irri'm i TROY HuUaE, lKOl, *V Y COLEMAN h ROGERS, Proprietors.?This House, so loug and favorably known to the travelling public, is uow oiien. A new story has been added and extensiva alterations made; amoug which are the extension of the Dining room, to a length of ninety feet, and, by folding doors connecting, can be extended i to one hundred and thirty feet; thirty new parlors, with bed { looms attached; pleasant and airy room* to the uuinherofsixt) i have bean added?affording accommodations for 300 persons.? I The house has been painted and papered throughout. The can for Boston, Buffalo ana Saratoga, startfrom the from : of this house. It is also but a ten step* from the steamboat l landing. The proprietors trust, by their personal attention t o their bo : sineas and guests, to receive continued and increased patronage i CHARLES S. COLEMAN. Late of the Astor House. CHARLES M. ROOERS, ju7 lm*rc Late of th * Si earner Empire WAUREN HALL. No 3 Warrm street. I^HE SUBSCltlBERS having fitted the above house as s Hotel, in a style of comfort and convenience, for the ac cominodation of citizen* generally and visitors to the city, would respectfully solicit ior themselves a portion of their pa tronage. Their larder willbe at all times well stocked with the hesl I the market* can afford. The Wines, Liouors au<f SMtar* are ??! j the best iiuality. The bedrooms nratly furnished, si'acion. mnl tiry. VV hile from iu central location, beiug near the City Hall, .tntl iu the centre of business, it will afford great inducement tr. I those visiting the city. 1 BRITTON, C. McCORKLE. i N. B.?Th* nsual relishes served np at al' time*. ie7 1m?ee VViLfUiN'& liUl'LL AAJj LiNliNO KUUiVl, 5 Ooltl strret, near Maiden Liane. COUNTRY MERCHANTS will find tbi< a desirable Hou.e beiiig couveuie t to the business put of the city. Tlu> ! e.uMisliinent i* fitted up with entirely new furniture. (Joot . and suli.uutial diuner, I8*i cents, lodgings 21 cents For con > re.ii-noc and comfort this nouse isei|U?l to any hotel in the city, I uid at half the price. Permaneut boarder* can be accommodated j on very reasonable terms I All tne delicacies of the season served up, as soon as they j arrive in mirket, xt hall the price of other houses. Elegant 1 private p rlors. for the referee cases, or priva e dinners or sup | per parties. Tlie very be.t of liquor-.. juft ^m*re 3H A KU i\ M'KlMriS fAV X L 1 U N , SCHOHARIE COUNTY. NEW YORK. THK PUBLIC are respectfully informed that Mr. LAN DON, of Congress Hall, Albany, ha* associated himself [ with Mr. (iardiner, and tliat this establishment will be con 1 ducted by them. I 1'he Pavilion will be opened for the reception of visitors oi the first day of June next. The subscriber* have made mar\ improvements iu tl?- ground* and bathing-house, and pledge 'hernselves to use their best eiertions to reudar this establish ment fully equal to any watering place in thia country. ^ ^ Stages vill be in readiness on tlie arrival of the cars at Cana joharie, to t<rke passengers to the Iiouse. Mr. L will, aa heretofore, continue the Congress Hall, whicl will, during tneaummor, be under the supenntendence of Mr loslin. m\H li""w THE " n HJOllT HuUaE, Ml Naaaan Street. |IT ILLIAM WRIGHT, formerly of the Ham's Head. F?l v v ton street, begs leave to luform his friend* that may b. unacqaainled with the fact at adjatance. aa well n* those of tin city, that he has opened a puklic establishment al S! Naa*ai> itrert, ujain a scale of comfort that cannot be suriaisaed by an} in the Union. His-bar is lunilsbed vt itli ihe best of wines oi I every claa*, Ale. Scotch Whiskey of the |mre?t brai d*, Portei tnd every other article uecessaiy foi a well sli cked bur Inde pendent of whirli. lie lias two splendid room*, fiar.uilit-d, on thi I .ecoiid tloor, a/ rcially ada/i < d lor private and public meeting. I courts martial, or any geneial purpuae, beanies which lar ha. provided accommialation for permanent ai d transient lodgers, r extensive and well ventilated bedrooms, the furniture new sin well a**orted. and every attention will be paid m the arrange inents nf the lodgers, aa well aa the visiters of the "Retreat, ou all occasion*. WILLIAM WRIGHT, m\2S lm*ec II N*s*?a street (JATSK.1LL MOUNTAIN HOUSE. THIS well-known and delightfully situated How), it tK* Pin* Orchard, it uow open lor the ncrprimi of visitors. air d?r the supermteuuaiice of tin" subscriber, *h? will l>e pleuet toeitend a cordial welcome to the tr>? Hog pnblic 8ti(?a rui regularly to and from the inuniiu|| iiHlri?uiii(lio<tl,Miilii.? it Catakill. The House and premises have been materially im proved since tlie last season, and now present attractions uuaui panted at any watering place in the couurry WM. SCOBIh. Jmie Sd. IMS 4 wrr YVH.L1AMSH URUH COTTAGE. 'PHE SUBSCKIBLKV rwi*itlilly inform the cituaua 01 1 New York. Brooklyn, ?V illmmtburgh aud its vicinity that they have recently o|?ned the large and splendid inamtoi known at the WILLIAMSBUKGH COTTAGE, and furnished at *r?at eipense tor the accommodation of mi dents and strangers Tin- CotMge ii eligibly situated, a few rod aouth of the Pt pk .Slip Ferry,and convenient to the Houston anil Grand street Ferries coitini inding a Iieautiful and eiteuden view of tlie Bay, New York and Uiooklyu They have alao at tached to the COTTAGE \ UtJJe and splendid Garden, couve uient Promenades, Oraai Platis, Sliide Tr**s, ke., making n moat delightful sutmiiei re??rt(0 while away a few hours amid the refrwihmK lnee*e? ot ih? Buy 'i lieir MUSICAL CLOCK ia richly worth a nsit, bem* tin- last piece mechanism of tin kind that:?ii ever im|nirt-<l to this country It will piny tift> different tunes with remarkable harmony ai d accuracy Tin choicest rarity ol fifmehtnent will at all times be promptly famished. N. B ?In connection with this establishment, they have WARM AND COLD SALT WATER BATHS?known a? th* Washington Bttlia. The water it at all timet clear and pure. The Ferries ran from Peck Slip, Grand street aud Hoot ton street every fifteen minutes Ferri.ive lour cents my 18 Im'ec HANDFIKLI) k HOF.FT NB ? Private Houte of Kel'rethnienu by 0 W. TELLER ? 906 Front street?Breakfast, Dinner and Supper Ia6d. each. Breakfxst from8)4 until 9;dining hours from aquartei before 12 until 3; Supper Irom J until 8K o'clock. Alto, 38 Beds, all in prime order. Lodgings 25 cts. An gentlemen wishing to retort to a fine cool dining apartment, will do well to call anil tatitfy themselves. The proprietor alio keeps the old ttand corner of Fulton and Fnmtitreets; 7, * and 9 Fulton Market, where he will continue to nerve BP u|| the delicacies of the teason. Alto. Winet, Liquora, aud Began of all kinds and of the choicest brands, direct from the importer!. ml? Im-rh SEA BATHING LONG BRANCH,TNEW JERSEY. THE PROPRIETOR of the New York Houte, begs leave to inform tha citizens of New York, and the public general ly, that hit house ii now open for the accommodation of board ert during the summer senaon. The fare will be sit dollars per week, and every attention will be |ieid to their comfort aud pleasure. Good servants will he in constant attendaiic-. The steamer Oris will leave New York every day, from Ful ton Market Slip, and Stages will he in readmi ts at the Ocean House, to convey passengers to Long Branch. June 19. IMS. SAMUEL COOPER. jel8 6w*ec NEW JBR8EY HOTEL?MORRISToWN. 'PHE 8UBSCRIBEHS respectfully inform their friends and A the pnblic generally, that the new uid commodiout Iv.iiie erected for a Hotel at Momalown. Ni'W Jersey, it open for the entertainment of all those who will favor them with tneir com* |wnv, when they tio|ie tofurnuh tliemsuch ace* muiodations at tn entitle them to public favor. I). W. NOE. nitt It w2n. ? rc DA VI! I liOWF.L. LIVERPOOL (ENGLAND) BOARDING HOUSE No. TO Duke Sliect, '* * (Formerly the Residence of Sir Willmm Barton.) THh MISSES PERKINS respectfully the patronage of families and gentlemen visiting Liverpool, for iheir et tablislunent, where they will meet tvitn the comforts and atteu lion of a pnvate house. Reference?H. Worrell k Co., No. M Elm street, N. York, jell lineod*rc The Trip In the "Fulton" to the I Fortifications. The trip of Mr. Secretary Marcy, and his immense military escort,in the government steamer Fulton, the other day, abounded in incidents comic, serio comic, exciting, tragical, quizzical, interest ing, and philosophical, and which would have be n worthy of tHe pencil of a Cruikshitnk, or a Jerrold. Shortly alter the Fulfort started from Castle Garden, | puffing, blowing, laboring like an exhausted por poise, and slowly forging her way against (lie awful East River current, one of our gallant militia offi cers heard inquiring, of one ot the foretop-men, in tones where diifoity and alarm seemed etrangely blended," My clear follow, at what rate of ! speed do you mean to go 1" "Blow my eyes," said ' the tar with a grin, as he changed the quid from ! one cheek to another, " its damned lucky you got to going at all, for we had to start her engines with handspikes this morning." "Bless my soul," ex claimed our worthy CoIoKel, as he turned to one of his associates in a pepper and salt uniform, rather the worse for the wear, and communicated (o htm the interesting fact?" This most recent im provement of Uncle Sam in steam machinery, is in deed an astonishing effort of human ingenuity !" As the steamer passed West Farms, a most plea sing incident occurred, and one which made the breast of every individual on board thrill with emo tion. The little fatherless urchins who are there, fed by the charity of the Corporation, to the number of some four or five hundred, ran down to the brink of the river, uiTd gate three hearty cheers, which the sailors immediately returned, with more earnestness and spirit, we will venture to say, than they exhibited on any other occasion throughout the day. About this timelwo bucketsof ice-water, and a dozen of tumblers, at! perfectly sound and tolera bly clean, were supplied by the considerate bounty of the purveyors of the day, and being placed on a deal table on deck, were instantly sm rounded by a dense crowd ofthe distinguished heroes on board, and if their military ardor exist in a ratio at all ap proaching that of tneir thirst on this occasion, we do think we may lay down this night perfectly as sured that the " country is safe." The delicious be verage?quite a favorite and fashionable one since the immortal temperance punch-bowl at the Park Fountain, disappeared in a few moments, and thus ended the first " treat'' of this memorable day.? The guests were then invited below to par take of refreshments, which consisted of the best camp-fare?easily carried and not easily dama ged?crackers and cheese. There was on this first attack on the "rations," n cracker and an half for each man, and three quarters of an ounce of cheese for all officers above the rank of Captain. Iced water was supplied in abundance, and there were besides a.jug ol lemonade, half a dozen root beer ot the choicest brand, and a large pitcher of rum punch, in which, a3 a Scottish Guardsman ruther drily re marked, "the allowance ot rum appeared to find as much difficulty in diffusing itself through the ocean of water, as llie Fulton did in forging her way up the East Kiver." in order to preserve order and prevent that disorderly scoundrel, ahungry stomach, who does occasionally obtrude even into the most respectable society, from committing any breach of military decorum, a detachment of the " National Guard, consisting of one with unsheathed bavonet under the distinguished command of Colonel Jona than D. Stevenson, was stationed at the head of the companion-ladder, with strict orders to preserve in every instance the exemplary and self denying rules of this banquet?a banquet worthy of Sparta in the palmy days of" Lycurgus. As the most satisfactory illustration of the salutary effect of thia noble and practical lesson in the cardinal virtues of f rugality uid temperance,we may merely state that we never, in the whole conrse of "our recollection, remember to have seen General George P. Morris lonlv so pale and thin?an hour had done the work of years Oh! ever to be praised and admired this didactic banquet! May the warriors of the republic ever have the benetit of such more than parental guar dianship! cavalry officers in hnewtr uniform, did indeed dare, like Oliver Twist, lo "cry for more," but were immediately quieted by the .issu rance of Colonel Stevenson, conveyed in the bland est manner, that he would, if practicable, endeavor to procure a cigar for each. It was then unnounced that if the party would re turn on deck a " collation" would be provided? presto I and it was upon the table. A ham, whose delicious liavor appealed with overwhelming vio lence ot invitation to the olfactories of the delight ed guests, even before they descended into the ca bin, and a leg of mutton, constituted the collation, and being divided into fragments by the gallant Colonel already mentioned, were served out over his left shoulder to the thronging guests, with a dex terous celerity which, as one of the party remarked, the gunners Ht Fort t^huyler would do well to imi tate whon called to charge their guns against theBri tish. In order to diversify the scene, and afiotd an opportunity for some manoeuvres and evolutions, the boue of the leg of mutton was placed upon the ta ble, and the commandants of companies ordered to charge upon it. A furious charge was instantly made. In the heat and tumult ot the fray, it for a time impossible to distinguish the respective assailants. Victory w;as long doubtful The "Washington Greys" did wonders. The "Light Guard" seemed possessed of superhuman agility, and at one time had almost snatched the prize from the jaws of all competitors. Never were General Morris' aid* so active. Captain Krack's company, ind the Highlanders, made a simultaneous assault upon on* ot the angles of the bastion, when just at ih>it moment a forlorn hope, led on by Capt Castle, of the "Scottish Guard," entered the breach in gal lant style, and amid shouts of "bravo! bravo!" were left in undisturbed possession of the spoils. By this time the "Fulton" had reached Fort ^chuyler, having performed the distance from the city lu the almost incredfbly short space of time, two Hours and three quarters! The Secretary ana offi cers disembarked, and entered the Fort. The forti fications are of great extent?constructed on the most approved principles of modern military engi neering?and are as substantial and complete as hu man ingenuity could possibly render them. The works arc rapidly progressing to completion, and when well garrisoned by an American soldiery, vvill be, we are quite convinced, impregnable to any foe, constituting a perfect safeguard against the ap proach of any fleet towards this harbor by its ea. fprn nutlet The approach on the river side presents several tiers of batteries, of about one hundred guns in all, with bastions at each angle?the guns trom which tiank and traverse front lace, the trenches froni whichever side an attack might be made. The rear and flank laces present the same powerful but teries, loopholed lor musketry, with a surround ing trench, are about thirty feet deep and sixty leet wide. The outer work forming the wall of the trench and masking the main fortification, is under mined, and on the top is a solid para(>et on which I c in be placed a heavy battery, commanding the sur* j rounding level country for miles. Outside is another - trench of the same width and depth, graded off in i the usual manner, so that a complete mask is tormed to the iuner works. There are numerous covered ways and all the complicated outer defences, which could not well be made intelligible to the ordinary reader by mere verbal description. "A strong fort," said a gentleman of the party, who was formerly an officer in the British service ; ?' by whom was it planned V* *? Why," replied the person addressed, and who wore the United States uniform, " by one of Na poleon's guards, who fled to this country after the downlall ol his leader, and for several years taught -tenooI m Thompson street, in the city of New York. ; He also planned almost all the harbor fortifications in this country." " Oh ! be dad !" exclaimed a tall chap who had been listening to the conversation, "I thought it was < leneral Jackson that built all these forts ' " But what became of the old Frenchman 1" asked j the person who first spoke. "lie went back to la btllc France on the amnesty granted by Ixmis Phillipi**, and took all his plana in his pocket." wus the reply, "and," it was added, "now holds his former rank in the French army." i ! "Indeed," exclaimed the rcJivanl British officer, j j "a formidable enemy if France should take it into ; her head to unite with (treat Britain in an attack on ' this country ." *Who talks of the British invading these United i States 1" suddenly broke in a hoary-headed veteran who had just joined the group whose con venation j we have related ; "let 'em try it, and we'll give Vin ! some of the old sauce." "Ah! Mr. Van I) , how do you do1" said one of the puny addressing the old gentleman, "you are still at. able to lire a gun at the British as you were i in '7<>?may 1 ask how old you are now 1" "Why, eighty-two last May," returned the vete j ran, who aptieared rs full of energy aa the youngest I on board. "Is it possible V' exclaimed a bystander. "Yes, said the old hero, "but you know I come ; from the south side of Long Island ;?we don't die , there?we live ull a hundred or so uud then dry up." , With a hearty laugh at the good humor of the I snirited old gentleman, the party then separated, and 1 all was hoi<11 bustle and tumult till the "Fulton" again got under weigh. As we mentioned yesterday, the Secretary of War J and his guests accompanying him, visited Governor's Island and Fort Hamilton. The defences at these posts are in a perfect state of repair. The Flying . Artillery at the Utter garrison, are a splendid and j most effective body. Amongst the party in the Ful ton on this occasion, we omitted yesterday to men- I tion the names of Adjutant Townsend, 2d Regiment , U. S. A ; Adjutant Hanes. 13th Regiment; Captains Taylor and Price, " Washington GreysSurgeon i Russell, U 8 A , Governor's Island ; Captain Cas tje. Lieut. MeLeod, Quarter-Master Linen, 44 Scot- j ti^n (JimrH ?" (\mf TTimtilciriK. T.i^nt Sfwrr "!VInr- ' ris Cadets," and others whose names we could not j learn, which we rearer, as we consider our citizen ; soldiery always worthy of honorable mention.? j They have certainly discovered this week,a strength and state of discipline creditable and gratifying in the extreme. The parade on Thursday was admira ble. The whole Division looked well, and the Sixdt, a crack Brigade, never appeared to better ad - vallate. Col. Yates' Regiment of Artillery is a splendid body, and the fine companies iu thin city attached to Col Ming's 13th Reuiment, constitute a command of which any man might be proud. Mil El'lToR: Enquiries being freer ten fly made about His Excel lency Ansoa Jones, President of the Republic ol Texas, 1 L>e^ leave to state a few particulars within my knowledge. Mr. Jones studied medicine with the late Doctor Amos G. Hull, then of Utica, and after he had gra duated, removed to Chenango county in this State, and set up business on his own account. Atter a few yearn, his business proving unsuccessful, he re moved to Philadelphia, where he practiced medi cine. From this time I li>st sight of him, unti 1 learned of his being a prominent man in our sistei republic. In 183d lie came to this country as minister from Texas, and in November of that year I addressed * letter to him, calling to his recollection a balance ol account due me Mnce his failure in the Western put of this State, and inquiring, respectfully, if he wa now in condition to pay it, without inconve nience to himself. He replied, offering me som* ten-acre lots on Galveston Island, which were ac cepted ; arid thus the debt was fait ly and honorably paid, with interest, after a lapse of more than fifteen years. In conversing with several gentlemen from Texas, I learn that President Jones' reputation Hands ven high, as a man of great capibility, honor, and integ rity, which, I have no doubt, is well deserved. H> has thus far shown himself a wise and prudent statesman. O. H. Newport. [Correspondence of the Herald.] Newport, (It I,.) June 26,1345. Liberation of Gov. Dorr. Tlie Senate of this State, now in session, hnv< passed an act to turn Governor T. W. Dorr out ol State Prison, without restoring: to him his rights a a freeman. It has been read it second time in the House, and will no doubt pass that body. [Our advices from Newport to Wednesday evening state that nothing had been done by the Legislature in relation to Dorr, further than th- presentation of the report of Messrs. Goddard and Cranston of the select cominitee, against his release, because his appeal is still before the Supreme Court, and the mi nority report of Mr. Tourtellotte in favor of his libe ration and restoration to his rights.] Manufacture is Dkr.iv, Conn.?The town of ? 7' .J1 luis '"'?>mf so celebrated for certain Manufactures, that tho village where they are rapidly -rowing up is ,-oiled llirmingham. There is o pill manufactory, and also a manufactory of hooks and eyes hero, where the processor manufacture is assisted by wine recent invention, which the proprieters keen f u machinery tor this purpose was Jnven'c!) y ?f l0We' nni" vast,y ""porter to any machinery used in the manufacture in F.uropc The pins and paner are liut into a hopper and come out " ready ground^ the machine for sticking the pins on papers is a very d.ffereni invention, by Mr. Waters, an operative in the establish m?nt, and accoir.pli-.hes the same labor in a day which formerly required fifty girls. Two and n half toni of pi-Is are put up at this establishment in a week, and the nian tity is soon to bo increased. Thore are only three other pin factories in the Lnited States, one at Watertiury t.onn., one at Troy N. Y anJ another at Poughkeepsie,' . r.u manu,?f?)ry of tacks and brads funiishes MC tons of these articles a year, by a very simple meehinen which can turn out 1000 tacks a minute. Another turn's villn** l tUIK ?' hoolis an'' ?y?s nunually. This village k also, we believe, the only place where the ?melting of copper is caiTtod on in the I'nited .Slates although extensive works for this purpose are in proces< fir^V Bt feveral. other places. It is me I U<d in a large furnace, and cast m oblong blocks of 75 to 100 lh< I weight. From this it la heated, rolled and cast into all the variety of shapes desired, by simple and ponderous machinery. A sheet of coppcr, two or three inche thick, is cut as easily and as quickly at & niece of nutm* and yields to the pressure of the relic?. X ?Aeichitryport Herald. 1 ax Magnetic TKT.K0RArH.-The Electro Magnetic Co formed here some few weeks since, are verv actively engaged in prosecuting the work to completion between Albany ami L'tica w?ipieuon ,.?'|:omP?ny have obtained the right of way from the Kail load Companies between the two cities and last evening they closed contracts for their posts and othei materials lor the entire route. The capital of this Company has been eagerly token here and with that soirit and avidity that n.ithinr now I 60 0?'??d8ysaVC C0lnrlpted in the short spice of | oC^i8 d,i,P?*it'on evinced here assures me that the line i ?f Klectro Magnetic Telegraph will b? speedily ananzed and constructed from this to Butl'alo. connecting Boston rA"W *ntl Bujlalo. The necessary capital lor which ^ very ea*iiy be obtained in this city alone, if it 0F UUca Ulttr, DESTOix-nrE Fir* and Narrow Escai-ks -The r-utx C o Republican, tt.ites that a very d>\?triiciivt Moriah- near take Cham plain. a 5?^ - C?Tr#d ,n * bit of ,nft-on a 'a>-m Ih??ii n ' }"lc thc raen wer8 at dinner, spread thr?ugl? tho grass to the woods, and swept over an im' V&SZZP&r r2p!dit>'- ?n ro,lH from Kast I if- i '0na^ 11 turned down two double ?aw milJn ? h"iK r"'U'e' 8 hi"'n? 17 000 l'iece? of lumber and 3 000 logs belonging to Messrs Barnes ft Travis,whose l.??T SlX mll.'^ii 81,1 '? ? feW ho"n' aflor h"d travelled eight miles aui wept away the saw mill, dwelling nnd bain with 8,000 pieces lumber and J00 logs ol Hon N ?? Stores, whose Jos. is 59,000. Thence it extended to the two mills, dw elling and bam of John fcn?iifii. whose ?2 a *wel't away five other mills in West ThlTint? |hc">.on' of which the value is not ascertained. The entire loss is estimated at over }300,000. SltASom ix Georgia.?Th< senton throughout the of the'lithSjn?t"' j*cc?",ln& ?? he Macon Muwgtr .k , ? .u ' M ?en a mo,t remarkably dry one - itMw ..!?! Wa. fiT c?ur,e? *'er? lower thin is usual flm I? 1,0 ?CInuI>re?. than it has been since . ' u .W?" S?*rj two, months since they had rsin enough to lay the dust for half an hour, up to the I 7ih in* 1 he caidv corn Is much injured, but with favor.ib.'e sfisons hereafter, a ftilHcient crop may be made. In ma ny parti of the State, rains had fallen within il.e v ?-k. t he cotton crop is not seriously injure I The i crop of oats, and nearly every kin I of vegetable, have been almost entirely cut off Skn?ncii< ?The Court of Oyer ami Tmnincrof i Jt-llcrson county were occupied on the l.ith inM ai 1 Watertown, in the trial of Oeoige Brown, charged with the murder of Miss Jaue Oaks. Tho prisoner was a ' ima" ?' ul)0ut 18 years of age, anj tne shut which I killed the young lady w as llre-J from his rifle, a.-eor linir I to his own account, for the purpose ol maialv frichten ing her. The jury returned a verdict of rian?Isuirh:er t in the third <lcgrec. and tho prisoner was sentence! to ! the State Prison iit Clinton ceunt} for foul-years that' e ! abfe lonRest rario'1 with whicL Uie offence is' punish- I Thk Gkkai Inoian Coo.xctr. ?A Icltcr from the ! i.-ouncilGround of the Creek Nation to the Arkm- 1 tat IiUclligtvcr, under date of May loth, giveu an iC count ol the doings in the Council then iu session in which the Muscogee* hod 780, Men.iuoles M, ( hickasaws rJ, Choctaw* 11 Shawnees 8, Datawares 1, Piankeshaws 1, Usages VI, Kickapooi 4, qnapaws 8, Peolies 8, and (adoe* 8. Gov Butler, and Cel. Logan, United State* the Cherokee, and Creek., were in attendance, with Lieut. I-Unt.ahoof the L nited States Army. Vkrv IIorriblk?A correspondent of the Cin finmifi Herald, relates the following occurrence. It is said to have occurred near Oakland Cottage, Misii* sippi:?"A slaveholder, a short time previous to his death, made provisions for thc liberation of hit slaves Those who were intrusted with the execution ol his designs failing, or refusing to carry out his last will ami fv?.mHn. Pon,???'"'?* th? ?lave?, the latter becamc te? tiye and impatient to emoy their long looked for boon. I*, duappointed, expecting to be sold, ami in censed at their oppressors, they set Hre to the overoeer s dwelling and burnt it lo the ground. A little child, which they were unable to rescue, was consumed in the *niei. i lie ?lave?, eight or bine in number, were t <n, an*! two ol then, hung up on the *j?ot The V 'J1' weirel!,,*cninf0 old log house and chained to th e floor 'J he house wan then ?et 011 Are, and theae poor victims by a slow lire, burned to denth in thin rrovt allocking manner, while the air wag rent with their una vailing thrieka and fcreama. Wiscoimn Court*?'The people of Milwaukie complnin loudly that there are not terrtm enough of the District Court. They ask for four terms, as by the present number not more than half the business can he got through with. To collect a debt now, aome eighteen montua time i? required, und tho iawver'* iee? alan f ?i| heatily upon the people The Sligo (Ireland) Chamjnon says:?"The emigration Irom thii port to America attill continues un al>ated; our itreiti are filled daily with carts, loaded with the goods 0f persons leaving their native country to seek a livelihood in the bark woods of the Stales, and we are sorry to f-ny the emigration Is not confined to more laborers and their children, hot numbers of small farmers apparently of good means are flying l'rom their native couutry, despairing of being able to provide for themselves and their little familos at hone " Just ttt the Cumberland Gap, there is a Cave, which has never yet been fathomed or described. The land lord of tliu Inn there. i-ays he has gone in a mile and a half, and it 1* said other* have gone nine miles ! A stremn of wnter passes through it, and runs out of the mouth with a rapid current. The son of Mr. Hornsby and Mr Atkinson were murdered by Indians near Austin, on Saturday taut. The Indians came upon them while they were fishing in rivor, and killed them with spears. The body of Mr. Atkinsoa wan found on Monday morning, pierced with seven wounds. ? Houiton Telegraph, 11 th init. A jewel of a dnimel if aides at New Haven, Ct. She has furnished, under the signature of "Vona,"afew stanzas to the Courier, expressive of the out-gushing de sires of her blessed little innocent heart The follow ing is n sample. Hear the darling :? '?With the blessings I have, ray wants are but three. Most simple, and definite, nothing that's wild, I ask for no more than in needful to me, A husband to love, with a cottage and child." A gentlemnn from Dover, N H , says that a man named Samuel Lord, was arraigned at that place oa Monday last, and committed in default of $3000 bail, on a charge of assaulting an Irish girl, only eight ) rat a of a^e, ami violating her person It was first thought the girl would die, but she is now considered out of danger Commencement rtt Princeton waa held last Wed nesday. Hftytwodegrees of "B. A."weie conferred; ?A. M." on twenty-seven graduates; "D D." on Rev. rieorge W. Musgrave. of Baltimore, and Kev. Samuel Tallmadge, Presid -nt of the Oglethorpe U*iver?ity, Georgia ; "LL. D." on Klias Van Arsdale, Esq. of New ark, N. J. UpwHrds of fifty members of the church at Foufh Boston, under the care of Rev. VV. W. Patton. (ot which Ir. Fairchild was once the minister) aie about forming 'heinvolve* into anew congregation by the name of the Pay sou Church, and they imend to call Air. Fairchild for their pastor.?Boittn Chronicle. Ai thi* General Sessions of Monroe county, Crom well Anthony was fouud guilty of bigamy. He married his first wife in Courtlandt eountv, in 18:10. In Febma ry last he came to Ogden. passed himself off a* a minis ter of the gospel, succeeded in gaining the affections of an excellent young girl named Eniolie Steven*, and married her. No defouce was offered on the part of the prisoner. There are 23 passenger frtenmboats belonging to the oort of Philadelphia, ten steam towboati, fifteen steam ferry boats, and niue steam freight boats. Total fiPy nine. Twelve of the above boats are constructed of iron. A thnnder storm of unprecedented severity visit ed Bridgeport, Conn, on Tuesday last. The lightning plit a large, sturdy tree into splinters, d?moli?ned se veral pieces of furniture in a hou?c, which it struck and ?tunned the inmates, but killed nobody. A gentleman who lias only l>een married two tveeks. was so "Caudle-lectured-' the other nigfeht, for heiiig out till ten o'clock, that he rows he will never be married again. He says he "wont go home till morn ing," if the practice is kept up.?Pott. Hon. L Q C. Elmer (Loco) delivered nn oration before the Literary Societies of the College of New Jer sey on Tuesday. "We learn from the Trmton Gosetta that his subject was, "The Origin of Government and the Sources and Limitations of its Authority." He con demned the course of Dorr and his followers ia Rhode Island. Murderers Delivered ?The Indians hive de livered up to the Commander of Fort Snelling, two of the Indians who murdered and robbed a party of cattle dro vers in Charleston county, Missouri. G. A. Bayard, E?q , of Pittsburgh, Pa., has sold 110 acres of beautifully situated ground,about two miles from the city, for a cemetery, and a proper person has neen employed to lay out the ground for that purpoae. The price paid ia $60,000. Lewis Cass, of Michigan, will address the Li terary Societies of Marietta College at the next com mencement of that Institution, on the last Thursday of July, (31st day .) The Montix'lier, Vt., Patriot says there ia no foun dation for the rumor that Marshal Burnham, of Williams town, had been arrested and committed to Chelsea jail on suspicion of being concerned in the murder of Parker, at Manchester, N. 11 The Hon. Joshua L. Martin has been brought out for Governor of Alabama against the regular candidate, Mr. Terrv. Hon. Edward S. Durban has been nominated as the deuioc ratio candidate lor Cone rem in the Mobile dis trict. Mr. Dunn is tlie whig candidate. Mr. Creasy was not convicted on either of the in dictments for netting fire at Newburyport, and will have a new trial io September. Th<* tide of fashion id Betting the way of Saratoga strongly. The Hotel* are beginning to fill up with tra vellers jrora all parti of the Union and Canada. We see thHt a largo number of Southern visitor* ire arriving at Old Point Comfort, Va., for the benefit of sea air. It is computed there nre nbout twenty thousand members of the Order of the 8on? of Temperanoe in the United States, comprised in nearly two hundred subordi nate divisions. O. A. Brownaon ia to deliver an address on the Fourth of July, before the Catholic Institute at Pitta buig, Penn. Th? Hon. Benjamin C. Howard has accepted the invitation to deliver the eulogium on the character of General Jackson, in Baltimore, on Tuesday next. The Philodemic Society of Georgetown College has appointed Mr. Alcide P. Btiard, of Louisiana, one of its members, to deliver an eulogy on the death of Gen. Jackson. Park Benjamin is to eulogise (reneral Jackson publicly , at Norwich, Connecticut, on the 1 >th J >ly. Gen. Houston, ex-President ol Texas, is to have a free barbecue on the Wthjnstant, at Nashville, Ten nessee. Rev. John Pierpoint, of Boston, is said to be on liia way to Chicago, and there Is some probability that he inay be settled over the Unitarian society theio. The citizens of Baltimore have alreadv com menced a movement in leference to the erection of a monument to the memory of Gen. Jackson in that city. Another large factory is now building at Thorn dike village in Palmer, which will double the population of that place. Jeflereon Adams, Esq of Boston, has received the appointment of U. S. Consul at Rio Negro. Patago nia Specie to the extent of #1,000,000, is said to be on its way flow F'.nglsml to Canada, to pay the troops. The Marquis de Tulum, who recently arrived in this country from Paris, on some special mission or ano ther, is at present at Richmond. Gov. Wright returned to Albany on Wednesday evening The Chancellor reached Albany on Thursday, and will hold his regular term st fcaratoga Springs on Tuet? day next. __________ Theatrical*. The Misses Hu-sey are giving concerts in New Bedford with great saecess. The Ori>hean Family, after a very successful tour in the south, arrived in this city on Thursday, and left last evening for Providence. Front street theatre, Baltimore, has l?een opened by Air. W. E. Burton for a short time. The ptincipal performers of the Arch street theatre, Philadelphia, are with him. The B iker Family have reached Sal>'m. It con sists of four brothers and a sister, natives of New llamp ? hiie ('lerg)men of every denomination have ireely oi'Ciied their churches to tliem. while thev and their la initios havr listened with apparent satisfaction and de light The Miss?-s Sloinan have accepted an engage ment for throe evenings at the Mu*euin in Utici. Thoy aie on their way to Saratoga, we understand. The Sable Harmonists, Plumer and Archer'# troupe, aro giving entertainments at the People's thea tie, I incimiati. Seth boon, the Kentucky Whistler, left Botson oa Thursday afternoon on a tour to the Weat. He plays a the F.agle Theatre, BuSblo. oa the 4th of July. The Prince of Wales Theatre?a splendid build ing lately erected on the comer ot Duke and Sidney stieets, St. John, N. B., was opened on the 93d June. The National Theatre, Boston, which has been higbly successful the past season, will close on the 4th of July preparatory to the easuing campaign, which commences in August next. During the interval impor tant alterations will be made for the comfort- and conve nience of the audience, and in addition to the present ta lented stock compeny, engagements have been entered into with several performers of eminence, who will make their debut before a Boston audience. Most of the old lavorites have been re-engaged, among them Thorne and Oilbert. who will shortly make a rusticating tour ?o the Cape to recruit their exhausted energies. Uaii.koao Acciuf.xt ?The express train of cam from Portland was detained on Wednesday night, in y a*t Salisbury, by the breaking of an axletre One person, a sea captain from New York, was serious ly injured in his lower jaw by a brake handle, which was forced through into his month, making* large apertnio and knocking out his front teeth, whoa he was in the act of putting down the brake He was taken to the Verrlmaek House, at Newbaryport, where !>r Sjioftord drc-tsed the wound, and in the course of half an hour the man was enabled to speek. We do not learn his name. Captain Peaae, of Bangor, wae slightly hurt. There were ahont seventy passengers In the car

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