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T HE NEW YORK HERALD. Vol. XI., Wo. 1H'4? WhoU No. ?OS4. NEW YORK, TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 15, 1845. Price Two Cant*. THE NEW YORK HERALD. JAWS GORDON BKNNETT, Proprietor. Circulation ? Forty Thousand. DAII.Y HERALD? Every day. Price 3 cents p?; copy? $7 -26 per awium? payable in advance. WEEKLY HERALD? Every Saturday? Trice 8J cent: per copy? $3 l-.'t contn por annum? payable in advance ADVERTISEMENTS ut the u?ual prico*? ftlwayr raNh in advance. PRINTING of all kind* executed with beauty oi>. despatch. (UJ- All lottor# or communications, by mail, addreBse. to the establishment, must be po?t paid, or the postagi will bo deducted from the subscription money renuttei JAMES GORDON BENNETT, Phopkiktoh uy tmk Nkw York Hkualu Ebtahlish mkut N'orthwust corner of Vnlton and Nnsnau struct* SUMMER A HRANUEMEXT. BLOOMINGDALE, MANHATTAN VILLE, AND FORT WASHINGTON STAGES, Will commence running in the following rder, on Saturday, May 'he 17th, 1815. leaving ? .lsuhattanville at tt o'clock, A. M., and en , . v - j .. .1 hour until 7 o'clock, P. AT. Leaving New ,kYork, corner ,.f Chatham and p Try on Row, at 6 A. M.. ?nd oiitiiiu. every half hour until 8 . M. Stages to Carmansville X'rii'ity < 'hurch Cemetery and Fort Washington, every lion ,j?rough the day, from 7 A. M. to 7 P. M. Fare to Manhattanrille 12>? cents; Carmansville lflf*. For' Washington 3i aunts. B. MOORE, jv2 Im^rc Proprietor. FAKK To BALTliVK >K L #1. Through in Seven Hours. NEW CASTLE AND FRENCHTOWN KAII. ROAD AND STEAMBOAT LINE. The unrivalled Steamboat ROBERT M OltRIS, Captain .1 M. Douglass, will, oil ami after Monday, June IK, leave Dock street wharf, daily, (except Snndays.) at 3 o'clock, P. M. I'a.', sengers v? ill arriv e in Baltimore at about 10 P. M. Fare on I \ $1. This Line is composed of the following splendid and fa-i Steamboats: ? Robert Morris, Captain J. M Douglass. j Oliio Captain L. IJavis Constitutiap. Captain J. Chaytor. George Washington Captain J. Trippe. This Line leaves Bowly's wharf, Baltimore at .1 P. Al.? Tickets for Wheeling and Pittsburg can be procured on boari1 the boat. UNITED STATES MAIL LINES FOR BALTIMORE. h'm r i' 2 ? Through in Six Hours PHILADELPHIA. WILMINGTON AND BALT1- I MORE RAILROAD LINE. Vn Chester, Wilmington, Elkton, 11 avrede Grace, &c. On and after Wednesday te xt. June 2ith, the fare betweei I'liiladelphia and Baltimore, by the Mail Lilies, will be reduce' to S3. The Trains will leave an follows:? From Philadeli liia, I From Baltimore, Depot 1 1th and Market streets. Depot in Pratt street. Daily, except Sunday .at 8 A.M. I Dailv, exc, Sunday, at 9 A M And D lily, at IP Ml And Daily, at 8 1'. Al H heeling and Pittsburgh ? Tickets through to Wheeling ain' Pittsburgh can be had al the Depot. Eleventh and Market sts, G. H. HUDDELL, Agent, tor further iuformatiou, apply to J. L, SLEMMER, at the office of Adams 8c Co. 17 Wall street. June 24th, ,1845. _ je29ec LONG ISLA ND 11AILK ( >A I ) C( )MPAN V . li E b (Jc :k n FA RES. S U M M E II A It iiANGEMENT, TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS, On and after 14 ill June, 1845. From Brooklyn Depot ? Boston Tmin? e'-a A. M. daily, Sundays excepted, stopping at Farmiugdale and St. George's Manor. Accommodation Train ? 9 A. M and 5 P. M. for Farming dale and intermediate places, uaily. Sundays excepted. Accommodation Train, 3 P. M for Greenport, u nly, Sunday excepted, stopping: at .Jamaica, Branch, Hempstead, and Hick; v ill , and nil the stopping places between liick*vilie an. Greenport. From Greenport Depot ? Boston Train, daily, Sundays excepted, at 12}f o'clock M. or on the arrival of the steamers from Norwich. Accommodation Train? At 5 A.M., daily, Sundays excepted for Brooklyn md intermediate placet. From Farmiugdale Depot ? Accommodation Train. A* M. and 2Vj P. M., daily, Sun days except t?d, for Brooklyn and intermediate places. Fro m Jaw uie a Dtpof ? Extra Train, P.M. daily, Sundays excepted, for Brook ? lyn and intermediate pi ices. The Boston Trams stop only at Farming dale and St. George1 > Manor. The Accommodation Trains stop at the following place on the road, going both ways to receive and deliver passei* gers. vis: Bedford 8 Deer Park 69 Kast New York 12% Thompson K8 Race < bourse IB'ji Suffolk Station. 100 Trotting Course Lake Road Station 1 18 J. Jamaica 26 Medford Station 1 18>1^ Brushville 31,\jj Milleville 1 $0 Hyde Park, 17 mile* 37,'a St. George's Manor. ... 1 62 jJJlowsville, (during ses- Riverhead 1 62 * iion ( ??nit.) 3?1^ Jamesport 1 'j"2l Hempstead 37f^ Mattetuck 1 C2 1 ? Branch 37}% Cutchogue 1 62'. Carle Place 41 Southold ..1 62 K Westbury. -14 Greenport, Acc'n. train . 1 75,1 Hicksvilfe 41 Boston Train ... 200 Farmiugdale. . . . 62% Stages ire in readiness on the arrival of Trains at the sev?rn Stations, to take passengers at very low Fares, to all parts of th< Island. Baggage Crates will lie in readiness at the foot of Whitehal street, to receive Baggage for the several Trains, 30 minutes bi fore the hour of starting from the Brooklyn side. .i r" Knckaw'ty Baggage taken in separate Crates. julOrc TU \V bsT Lil\ N~~ TK A VI : \AA<: Kb. MXPRfclSK ANii I'luNKKR PACKET LINK, From Philadelphi a to Pittsburgh via the Pennsylvania Rail roads and i 'anal ? through in 3% daya. Tlie above line is now i full operation and offers great inducements to persons who wis! a pleasant mode of travelling to the west. The cars are built in the most approved modern style, th? boats are lifted up in a superior maimer, and every effort is mad* by the proprietors to conduce to the comfort and convenient of travellers. The scenery on this route is unrivalled, and t'.i? treat chain of Pennsylvania intern;.! improvements is well woi tny of being seen. By this route passengers avoid all the fatigues and dangers a? temluit upon stage traveili . ?u: i the same time m^kean ex |k ditioiiM trip. The cars leave -very nun i t .? <t 7 o'clock. Passengers *>re ad \ ised to engage their j?lac - at 1 iuhdelphia. Office ru Philadel phia N. K corner o? I 'hesuiit a:d Fourth streets, and at No* i J and 15 South 1 bird sts. A. CUMM1NGS, Agent. Philadelphia^ May 17, Itib. For information, in the city of New York, apply to ft. H. KNISKLL. Agent for 1). LKK< H & CO.'sLiue. 7 West sr, N. R my 17 6m*rre FROM BOSTOxN TO PHILADELPHIA 1JN A DAY. TKAlNSunoii tlie LONO ISLAND HAILKOAI a. are now arranged for passengers to leave Bnsto;i "I 6 o'clocl and arrive in NewYorkat 4, as was the case la?f evening; am take lliePhil.ili-li'hia train atiiuarter before 5, anil arrive there r. II P. M. inyiiH tf NOTICE. STATION ISLAND FERRY. FOOT OF WHITEHALL STREET The Stt:<>nboats SYLPli and STAT F.N ISLANDER will 1 ? ve New V ork eveiy hour except ft P. M., commencing at 1< V. M., until 7 P.M. Leave Mateii Inland every hour except 4 P. M.. commencing at 8 A. M., until 7 P. M. N. B.? un Sundays the Boats will leave every hour from K A. M.. until 1 P. M., and fiom I 1*. M. until 7 P. M., every half hour. _ J >12 SING SING AMD NEW YORK. j rgji The steamboat UNION, Captain Edward Van W. rt. will leave Hiii|c Sing every Slon Ti 5T2i ?? day and Tuesday at 6 A. Nl ., and New k ork from tlie loot of Franklin street, st 3 P. M , and on Wednesday and 1* rid y from Sing Sing, it 12) ? P. M. # On Thursday am Saturday, from New York. at 3 i'. M., landing at Hammond st. each w i> . Far* to Sing Sing and Tarry Town 2s; Do lib's Fer* ly .uid Hastings, IsOd; Yonktrs, Is. . k, Jt?*y 1845 j v 1 2 8t8fcM* rh U ILL I A MSB URGH AND PECK &LiP FERRY. tfA The Trustees of this Ferry, believing that CV ? 'here aremany of the citizens of New Vork ^ l,,t vicinity that nre unacquainted with the ? ?.noiti* ? thu rerry affords as a pleasant eoininuuic.ition with Williamsburv ;,nd Long Island, would state that there two k?miu Ferry Boats on tins Ferry, which leave Peck Slip every lifteeii or twenty minutes t brosiK n the day up to 6 o'clock, P. M., and then up to 1) o*clck, at each even hour and half hour; after winch a boat leaves at 9 o'clock and 10 o'clock The last boat leaving Williamsburg at half-past 9 o'clock, P. M. P. S -?On the e\ ening of July 4th, the boat will continue to .ui, unt il 12 o clock. Jyt Itn^rc Mi mining Cine ai 7 o'cl /J7\ FOR ALBANY t THCY and intermedial ? j* landings, from the bteamboat Pier at the foot of irelay street. Breakfast and L)inn< r on board the h??at. Leaves New York at 7 o'clock* A. M., Tuesdays, Thursdays nud 9aturdav, and Troy at 6 o'clock, A. M., Albany at 7 o'clock \ M. Monday, Wednesday and Friday. The low-pressure steamboat TltOY, < aptain A. Gorham, on Tuesdays, Thursdavs and Saturdays, at 7 o'clock. The steamboat NIAGARA, Captain A. Degroot, on Mon day, Wednesday and Friday, at 7 o'clock. For pass' or freight, apply on board, or to F. B. Hall, at the office on th?' wharf. Notice?All goods, freight, baugage.bank bills, specie, or any other kind of property taken, shipped, or put on hoard this boat, must be at the risk of the owners of such goods, freight, bag gage, lie. jetHtc .W YORK, ALBANY IN I) 'J oy UNfc. ^ On ALBANY AND TROY UlRF.f T. Of:1 ? ' ? 1 1 7 o'clock, P. M ? The steamboat KM PI Rfc, Captain R. li. Macy, will leave the nU- <m * tt pu r foot of Courtlandt street, every Tuesday, Thur*?i i> and Saturday afternoon, at 7 o'clock. The fe inboat ( OLl MBIA, Captain Um 11. Peek, every Mm.>l y, \ \ i duesday a d Fridav afternoon, at 7 o'clock. -or la?*ak,e or freight apply on boaid, or at ci??- ollice on the wharf ,?/o MKOH 8 \ I K ! R I Mill j OR~ ( II MM F.R I i verv la .t saihi.K New \ ork built packet ?hip \ A/OO ?670 tons Live Oak and Locust top, Live Oak tran som, ? ? ? on and forward and after cants ; carries 2200 hales N? w Orleans cotton, and has handsome turnished accommodations fortwenty-si* passengers \pp|yon hoard at Jones' wharf, or A y K. COLLINS at CO^ m '?6 South street, FOR HALIFAX AND LIVERPOOL. 10, THK Boval Mail Strain Ships H1BKR NIA mil BRITANNIA, will bare Boston J^for the above ports, as follow* ' ? Hiheruia, Air*. Ryrie, Esip, Commander, Tuesday, July 16lh. Britannia, Johu Hewitt, " " Friday, Aunust lit. Passage to Liverpool $120. Passage to Halifax 20. For freight or pass tee, apply to jv 12 i> BRUSH AM. Jr.. Am>nt.R Wall st DRAFTS ON URKAT BRITAIN AND IRKLAND ? Persons wishing to remit mo ney to their friends in any part of England Ireland, Scotland or Wales, can lie supplied with dr. .It* payable at sight. without di* count, for au> ainouot, front t ! upwards, at the follow inn places vix: In K.nui.am> ? The National and Provincial Bank of I'.ng land; Messrs. J. Binit d Si Co., F.xchang* and Discount Baiik, Liverpool; Messrs. James Bill t Si Son, London, and branches throughout Engl and and \Vu!es. ... . ? In Ihh.anp. ? The National Bank of Ireland, and Provin cial Bank aud branches throughout Ireland. .... , In Scotland ? The rjaslerii Bank of Scotland, National Bank of Scotland, Greenock Banking Company, and branches ''''I' "" steamship li "hernia sails froin Boston on the 16th July, by which all drafts can he forwarded free. TA^?pl|COTT jy || rc 7ti South ?t. cor. Maiden fane KUK NKW ORLEANS ? Louisiana and iNew York Line Regular Packet, to sail Monday, 2!st lins'ant? The elegant fast sailing packet ship OSWE GO, C.apt. H. Johnson, will positively sail as above, her re gular day. t ? ' ' Kor freight or pass ige, having handsome furnished accom modations, apply on board, at Orleans wharf, foot of Wall st, otto R. h. COLLINS St CO., 'tS South it. Positively no goods received on board after Saturday evening 19th install'. Agent in New Orleans James E.Wood ruff, who will prompt ly forward all good i to his a<htdre?. j 18rc tAvkJ- KOR LI VKRPOOL? The New Line ? Regulai Packet 31st lulv? The superior fast sailing Packet ship VP-uhbbIIOTTI NOl'K.R, ]030 tons, Capt. Ira Bursley, will sail as above, her regular day. For freight or passage, having excellent and sujierior acconi niod.'tlions, apply to the I'aptain Oil hoard, or to wOODHULL kt MINTURN, 87 South street. Price of passage SWK). The Packet Ship Liverpool, 1150 tons, Capt John Eldridue. will succeed the Holtingutr, and sail on her regular day, 2d ol August. jy 12 ec r/FK- I (ONDON TINKTTf PACKETS- Packet ot til, Kr#S[V9''1'1 July.? The splendid and fast sailing Packet Ship ilSNDR " ' |< HUDSON, Captain Moore, sails post ti vel> on Monday, July 2 l >t. This ship has splendid accommo dations tor cabin, second cabin and sterra?v passengers* to se cure berths, early application sliuuld be m<de to W.fcJ. T.TAP8COTT, jytOrc 7fi South sireet, comer of Maiden Lane. ^ NK.W LINK OF PACKETS KOR LIVERPOOL ? Packet of 2Kt Inly ? The splendid and favoritt ipackct ship HOTTINOUER, llnO tons burthen. ipt Ira Bursley, w ill sail on .Monday, July 21, her regular day. The ships <-f this line being all 1000 tons and upwards, persons about to embark forthe Old Country will not fail to see thi advantages to be derived from selecting this liue in preference o any other, as their great capacity renders them every u ij more comfortable and convenient than ships of a small class and their accommodations for cabin, second cabin, and steer igt passengers, it is well known, are superior to those of any otnei li ic ol packets. Persons w ishing to lecnra berths should not fail to make early application on board, foot of Wall street, oi to W. Si J. T. TAPSCOTT, 75 South street, corner of Maiden Lane, jy? rrc Up Stairs. FOR SALE? The Naw Vork built copper l isten MJvFjV-<'nt il and coppered ship 8YLVANV8 JENKINS jtoUsaWaahurthe'.i per resist-, r. .'n7 tons ? She sails fast, carrie well, and is well found. Apply to Captain Eveliegh , oi boaid, at pier No. 4, N. R ,or to BOYD Si HINCKEN, jy8rc No. 9 Tontine Building, cor of Wall and Water ?ts FOR LI VKHPOOL ? Packet of the 16th July? fctWpJrV- Th- new packet ship FIDELIA, (.'apt: iu Hackstaff, JtWMKiaW 'Il positively mti.1 as above, her r gul ir day. Wso, tlie spteud id packet ship ROSC1US, Copt. Eldridge. w ill positively sail on the 2'ith inst. For passage, having su perior accommodations, apply to jyg-rrc J. HERDMAN. CI South st. BLACK HALL Oil OLD LINK UK LI V En POOL PACKETS.? FOR LI VERPOOL? Oul> iRegular Packet "I the 16th of July. ? The new aim' magniticent packet sHiji FIDKLlA, 1150 tons burthen, Win, O. Tlackstiflf, commander, will sail positively on Wednesday, ltitli of July. For terms of passage and to secure the best berths, enrly ?i plication should be made on board, foot of Beekrnan street, O' to the subscribers, ROCHE, BIIOT1IERS & LO, jy7ec 35 Kulton street, next door to the Knlton Bank.N.V. j,.OK SALjK? ^'lt E 1 liHT OKUlAKi KK?Xh. erv lust sailing p trket ship, MISSISSIPPI, GOO tons ii i It in this city by Brown 13:11, Salted on tin stock", and renal ted every year, live oak and and locust top live oak apron, semson stern frame, and forward and H f; ? cn.it frames? newly coppered n id in perfect order forathr> < years voyage ? has aecommodation-i for 26 passengers. Appl\ nu bi'-ird :t Orleans' whirl', foot of Wall sUeet, orto jutim E. K. COLLINS It C.o. . 56 South street OLD ESTABLISHED EMIGRANT PASSAOi .OFFI ' E, hi South st. ? Passage from England, Ire iland, Scotland and Wales? Those sending for thei Ineuds ? ? hi Id do well to avail themselves of the opportunity ol m tkingtheir arrangements with the subscribers on very mode rate trnns, by first class packet ships, sailing firom Liverpool weekly. Drafts can as usual he furnished (or any amount, pay abb throughout the United Kingdom. Apply to John HERDMAN.61 South st. The mail steamer Hibemia sails from Boston on the I6lh ins; by w nich letters can be forwarded quickly. mv23 rh FOR tiLAStiO W ? Kegnlar Pachet.? Tlie web l^jMjjWV known, fast sailing British Barque ANN HARLEM QfcjaUIEaDiiiicaii Smith, master, 150 tons, will meet witi ijuirkiles patch. For freight or passage, having excellent accommodations apply on board pierS N. II. , or so WOODHULL & M1NTURNS, jvl2rc 87 S >nLh street PACKETS FOR H \VKE-Secn;id"Lrie-Tl:. packet ship BALTIMORE, Captain Edward Funk jwill sail on the Istof August. freight or passage apply to BOYD St HINCKEN, No ? Tontine Bnildinss, cm. Wall snd tv ,ter?freet?!T ?'Ui( SAbt, HKMtiiti OK ( II All I r.i.? i I ? M' ^Vverl last sailing barque HOME, Captain Watts, built sMMKbiii Baltimore one year since of the best materials carries about 4,000 barrels, and h is handsome accommodation for tweuty passengers. Apply to Captain Watts, on board, a! Pike street nliarl, or to E. K. COLLINS ii CO. i 17 rc 36 South street. F ( ) K LIVERPOOL ? The superior ship NK1 JnMs^V' TUNE, Captain Peach, will sail on her regular day Mm mKm For passage, haviug unsurpassed accommodation in the Ciibiu only, apply to JOHN HERDMAN, je'/7 rr *11 South strMet BAZAAR, No. 37 DEV STREET. BETWEEN BROADWAY ANI GREENWICH STREET. SANDS SCOTT returns his most sincere thanks to hi friends ana the public at large, for the lil?r,d support re cein d since he has be n ia business, and hopes by the sam <i i n:t attention to merit a continuance thereof. The oualitie ol his Ales, Wines, Liquors and Segars, are too well know ? to need eotnme.it. A large assortim nt of Refreshments to bi had at all times, till twelve at night ? such as Beef Steaks, .Mut ton Chops, Fried Kidneys, Ham and Kggs, Sardines, l'oachei ? ?gs, Pickled Tongues, Welch Rarebits, Coffee, Tea, See. A good dinner ofRoast or Boiled Me^t for One Shilling, every day, from I? to 1 o'clock. Dublin Brown Stout always oi draught. Good Lodgings for Z't cents and 37>J cents. Colli Cuts nt a moment's notice. This House has been proved, bj Comparison, for years past, to be the coolest .aid most comfort itile in the city No House In tter supplied with Englisl Irish, Scotch and city papers. Always the latest news by tin Steaners. Good Rooms for Private Parties always r-ady at . moment's warning? free? gratis? for nothing. jeB !m*ec I I ! I-7 Cfc.LEBKJV.TEU FATE D'AMANDES. RGEAT PASTE dissolved in water proves a very excel* lent, pleasant and healthy summer drii k i it can be had nt the following placid J. Milhau, No. IH:| Broadway; J. R * hilton, 263 Broadway: A. B. Sand & Co., 273 Broadway; Oass ner & Young, 132 Chatham street; W. R. Ballagh, cor. '-ham he rs and < hatham streets;?. Merkle, 3B3 (Jrand street; W. Kir by, cor. Division and Clinton streets; Moore, Lent at Co.. 19:; Front street, and at the manufactory, 129 Attorney st; W. For teubach, 11 Hudson st.;.l & J. Coduington, 2'I3 Hudson, come1 Spring St.; J. \V. B.issett, Sll Broadway; Collins It Co., 461 ( J rand street ; Dr. Sargent corner 8th street and 3d avenue; Join. L. Shefflin, 114 Canal street; A. O. Levy, 202 Delancy street. ju3 lm*rc NEW MUSIC. I J RILE) &CO., S3? Broadway, publish and keep on ham' ? au extensive assortment of New and Fashionable Musi . which they offer for sale at wholesale and retail st the low -si possible prices. They manufacture Instruments of su|>eriorc aa lty? warrant every article they sell, being practically ncipi mt Id with the different branches of their business. Military <and eupplied at the most reasonable rates mvt?2in"rre ,'EOLlAN HARPS. ?VTUNN8 & CLAKK having purchased the patent right loi i. a "( 'oleman's jKoIi u Attachment to the Pianoforte," for tin eutire United States, (excepting Massachusetts,) announce t< the public, that they are now prepared to supply Pianofortes With this improvement attached, or to attach the same to any modern made horizontal Pianofortes. In regard tothe durability of* this invention, N. (k. C. are prepared to satisfy the most pre judiced mind, their own critical examination and experienci warrant them iu the assertion, that the "jF.olian" will remain in tune ill any climate, and it w ill not he affected by transitions of atmosphere. The most satisfactory warrantee is a ivcu with each instrument. The public are invited to examine the " JColian Pianofortes" at their ware-room. No 240 Broadway, opposite the Park, wheie also may be found an issortment of 6, 6/, and 7 Octave Pianofortes, both in rosewood and mahogany cases. m2G6ni*rr CLIMAX STABLE , COl'RTLAND ALLEY, between Walker ic White 8treeU, RKAR OK 390 BttOAIlWAV. XCLUSIVF.LV for Gentlemen's Horses. The accommo datious are first-rate? the St ills extra width, and thf Car riage Room excellent. A few Skill* are vacant, and are worth) the attention of geutleinen who wish their Horses to have su perior treatment. Jel2 lin'rre O. . SM ITH. Proprietor CAKPETINGK ? 464 PEARL STREET. T have just opened the birgeand st ?acious , < Alii KI WA.KK ROOMS, N<>. 464 IVarl kirttt, lorm> r Iv oct'iiiiifd l>y Hmifh, Hewitt tk (Jo., And are now ready to offer the pumic an entire new stock of Car|?etinfc, bought ex|in>Raly lor the ftpruiK trade, lomr ol which are fkceetiinuly ricli, ol new de nivu? ;iuo colort. Among them max lie found? NKW SKI 1'S KIDMIN8TKK BRUSSKL& O 18 P8. KI DM^ INST^H TH THREE PLY, i llich ^hadiii?. HUPKRFINfcl KINK /\NI> ( OMMON INGRAIN CARPKTINO, Of every variety and <le?cri|Hion. ' Ru?a, Druggeti, Table anJ Piano Covers, Worsted, Tufted ' and Jute Mats; Oil Cloths, very Vieavy and in great varieties, from '? to 24 leet wide; together with all other Hiticlej usually found in the trade. 1 he public art requested to call and examiue i ?U"toCh bef?rr ""^'""rf.TERSON fc HUMPHHEV, n>80 2m* ill 1 ' ! 1 ' " ' ! ? ' i j ( , | 1 ? 1 I tent Sin H *? 1 1 , fint ibie for roofs ol I houses ind ship bottoms, a very superior irticle, and nf great br.ietit not only to the bottom of vessels, but also to the I <>pper. For sale by K. K < Ol.LINS Ik ( O , ,')G South st. i?*97 t?r ~ GAIiVKK & HALL, VH( - HIT EC/T8, Kngineers, Building and Heal Kstate Agents, 33 Wall street, New Vork;5l North Smth street, Philadelphia. Plant, Specifications and Kstiinates for Build ing ; Drawings and Specifications for Patent Rights. Real Es tate bought H,?d sold; money loaned and invested; property leased and rents collected. je2? Im*rc FOR SALE. <1 A PAIR of Dapple Urey Horse*, 16 hands high, 6 -Lii|^<tiid 7 years old, kind and sound in every respect. Al C * >? > m *" a beautiful Sorrel Mare and To|? Wagon. 'J lie Mine i? yotniK, sound and kind, and a dt-sirable saddle beast; the Wagon is of I' rowers' make; been used but once. The above property will be sold, together or separate, as the present owner lias no Farther use lor theiu. Apply to WM. D. SPARKS, jul3 lw*rc 4 Mile House, 3d Avenue. Ti l RLE DOLLAKS HEWAKU. LOST ? Ou Friday klveninu or Saturday Morning, near i he Waverley Home, a small Black Slut, t Charles Breed,) siut'-U with tan color, and a white stripe ou the breast. Any perron having found the same will please send it to the Waverly House, where the above reward will be paid. ju!3 3t+ec TO LET, until the first of May liext and immediate pos session given, ol the 3 story house No. 101 First Avenue between tith and 7th streets, The premises have lately bt-fji put in compleate order. And all has been painted inside and out. last June, the Croton water introduced, marble mantle pieces, folding doors, and it is well adapted to accommodate one or more f tin ilies; rent asked to one family for the residue ol the >ear to next May is *325. Inquire at the office of John H.Power, Ksq., No. 70 Nassau st. corner of John, up stairs from the hours of 9 to 3 o'clock, or of Sainl. R. B. Norton the owner, at the same office on Tuesdays and Wednesday. lm jy 12* rh _ AgpL l ( * i.KT ? Front looms, furnished or unfurnished, |jjj jfl suitable for any office, in the National Coffee House, 321 JL^JLiQa Broad way. The proprietor respectfully informs his friends aud the public that Ue has a pleasant establishment, in the vicinity of mercantile business. Billiards and other amuse ments in the house; the price of billiards 12j^ cents per game, rhe proprietor has a strict regard to the comfort of his visiters. 1 1 i liiat fie his combined economy the following prices will show:? A room can be had as low as 25 cent* j?er night and $1 per vveeK The porter will be in attendance at nil times during , he night; any body who wants to cume in at late hours will E 'ml* the hall hell jeVO 3w*je FOR SALE. ? A Farm ou the Banks of the Hudson, ^containing about sixtv acres II in a high state of cultiya tion, witn splendid Buildings, situated one mile West of Newburgh. The terms will be made easy. For par ticulars inquii e at 4 19 Broadway, corner of Canal street, in the Shoe Store. jy9 2weod*rc ] LOOK AT THIS ! ! J JUST RKCKIVKI)? Another lot of French Boots, ol tin- best kind and will be sold at the old price, $?'>, and the best of French Calf Boots made to order for $5: City made Calf Boots, $3; and the greatest assortment of Gents Gait ers of all kinds to be found at very low prices. Also, the finest Calf Shoes, $2 and ?2 50. A great variety of all other kinds. Ladies in this Store will find a great assortment of Gaiters, Buskins, Slips, Ties. Prunella, Satin, S tc. For an assortment of II other kinds Misses and Children's Boots and Shoes we cannot be beat in tbiscity. Do not mis take the number, 301 Broadway, corner of Franklin street. ju3 lm*rh M. CAH1LL. . F!\i; Fit KMC 11 BOOTS for $3 50? ( : il'f S UdiT? "d for style ana durahiltiy they are equal to those sold for $5, at Young & Co s Imperii! lioot and Shoe .Manu facturing Depot, at No. 4 Ann street, ont nf the moc Fash ionable Boot Manufactories iu this city. Fine French Dress Boots, made to order, for $1 .00; equal to those inadeinothei stores for $0 and $7. Boots, Shoes, Gaiters, &c., tnade to or der iu the shortest notice. Mending, 6tc., done in the store. Win. M. Young 4k Co., Wholesale and Retail Manufacturers, No. 4 -Vun street, New York, near Broadway . WM. M. YOUNG, and je24 lm*rc II. H IONKS. INKK.KIOH TO NONE iND SUPERIOR TO MAN1 ra BEAUTIFUL light White plain Summer Hats, price Si, is which for beauty of finish cannot be sur|>assed. Also, Drab Beavers, Ulur JB ? is&li and AVhite Castor Hati, all olthe latest style. Also, Panama llats, very low. C.KNOX, jt'19 im*rc 110 Fulton st, between William ami Na>sau MILLS, HATTER: 178 BROADWAY, HOWARD HOTEL, HAS now ready, an assortment of Summer Hats, to which the attention of gentlemen is invited, at the fol e prices, via French Pearl (a new article) $? 00 Pearl Cassimere ^ 50 White French (also a new article) t 00 Smooth White Castor 3 00 A I -s?, an assortment of Panama, Fine Palm Leaf, Bohemian, and other Hats. suitable for the season. jel2 lm*rrc MILLS, 17B Broadway, Howard Hotel. MILLINERY~AX iT 1 )1 lESS MA K 1 N ti. MRS. ROSE, No. 175 Walker street. New 1'orV. re pcctfully solicits a call from Ladies wishing; any tiling if in the Millinery or Dress Making line. jell lm'rh LAD IKS' FASHIONABLE HATS. CARL KINO, the well known and celebrated OH# _ lirst premium Straw Hat and L.ice Neovln in Manufacturer, 17 Division street, informs the public that hi1! Straws and Lace Neapolitans are of a superior quality, and war ranted to clean, made iu the most fashionable shape, called tie Cottaee Oipsey. N. I).? -Lace Neapolitan Hats S2 each. Milliners supplied by the case or dozen at re asonable prices, at the L ice Neapolitan MaunMCtonr, 17 Division street. in28 lm?rc CARL KINO IMPORTATION OP WATCHES. RECEIVED from Switzerland, by packet ship (Zurich, an assortment of Watches and .Movements ol even description and ?f first gtulity, ready for the wholesale tiade, at moderate prices. DELACH \USK. St MA1RK, ju7 lm*rc No. 127 Kulton street, New York. K.OU Ltt'l'ON HIDING SCHOOL, 1U7 Hint 130 Mercer Street. ?ft MR. JOHN 8. ROULSTONE lias the honor u y*V"CV^'"'"rIn ind 'lie public in i^Huer.U, that lii> CL23.Scho?l for Instruction in Horsemanship is now opei day anil evening, as follows . ? Hours for Gentlemen from 6 to I A. M. " " Ladies " 9 A.M. to 3 P.M. Terms of instruction made known on application to Mr llouls'one. Mr. it. has just received from the country several line ai:i stylish ij.uldle Horses, which he is authorised to sell at a rea sonable price. my7rc "IS IT A HUMBUG V ' THE PATENT GALVANIC RINGS AND CRISTIE'S MAGNETIC FLUID. DR. CHRISTIE promised the American public, -when he introduce^ hi? discovery, that it should be tested soft ly by its merits . Thousands oijoreign certificates might readily have been presented, but it was believed tint it would be inor? satisfactory to await some result here, which might prove deci sive as to its truth and efficacy. It is, therefore, with a feeliiu of pleasure that the following home certificates are presented to the public, which are selected from several others of a similar description, and have been voluntarily tendered by the respec tive parties. The first is an extract frotn an editorial which appeared on the 24th instant, in the "Albany Daily Citizen"? J. Stanley Smith, Esq., Editor. "The I'atkm Ualvamc Rings, which are making such a st i r in the world just now , are a novel invention of this age of inventions." * . * * * * * * " With regard to their officacy we can say that two or three cases have fallen under our notice, which nave favorably im pressed our minds. The first is that of a highly respectable merchant of New York, wli" declared to us that their use speedily relieved hiin of a cough, seated pain in the side, and 1 many symptoms of a pulmonary complaint, and he is now en tirely well. The second that we shall notice is tint of a toung ! man named Robbins, a resident of this city, who about onevear ' since was visited wit i au attack ofParalysis which .sffected the whole side of his body. We accompanied a medical friend to h;s residence, No. 96 Beaver street, on Saturday, to inquire int< his case. We found tint lie h id been deprived entirely of the use of one arm and leu, and that sensation I. ad been lost to the whole side of his body. He hid been unable to use the leg in j talking, or the arm in eating, arid the physicians said tTi?*\ j could not help him. Within tlie last few weeks he has worn j two and four of Dr. Cristie's Ganauic Ri?gs, and used tlie Mag- j netic Fluid, and the effect upon his paralvtic limbs is astonish ing. The death-like cold. 'ess left them, the numbness began i to give way to many sensations of returning life and feeling, , lierspi ration came out freely, and he has been rapidly gaining, i and while before lie wore the Rings he was unable to articulate J distinctly, walk or feed himself } yet now he talks freely, ride" 1 out. w ilts some, and for the most part ?s able to help himself. These e ves, coming to our personal knowledge, certainly testi- | fy to the merits of Dr. Cristie's Galvanic Rings and .Magnetic , Mil id." Dr. Cristif. : ? Dear Sir ? 1 have been severely afflicted for the last einht 1 years with cramp in myje^sand thighs, frequently *uflf??rin? tb?* | most excruciating pains, tlie cords of my legs hiving contracted into knots I have tried every " remedy*' that I have ever heard of, without the least success. In truth, 1 seemed only to be ; getting worse. From a favorable account whirh I accidentally heard. 1 was induced to try the effect of your Galvanic Rings and Magnetic Fluid. In less than tweuty-iour hours after wear ing two of the Rings, one on each hand, the severe pain had en tirely 4eft m-. and two weeks having now elapsed without an} ie urrence of complaint, I belie' e a cure has been effected by your discovery, and deem it a duty to inform you of the fact, and state my willingness to have it m *de public. My wife Ins ! been severely troubled with Chronic Rheumatism, affecting her in various parts of the body, which has been cured, as she be lieves, efTVetunlly, by the use of the Rin?s and M 'gnetic Fluid, after a trial of but a few dt>s. I shall feel pleased in satisfyu t; the incredulous of the truth of the above on personal applica tion. SAMUEL SHIELDS, m Eldndge street. Nrw York, June 25, 1015. N?;w York, June 23, 1345. Pn. A. H. Cuts rtK Dear Sir? I hare from my childhood been afflicted with almost constant nervous hcauhdie and rheumatic pains in tin Iff; mil arms. I have often suffered so intensely that it has pre vented m?> from following my usual occupation and frequeuth . i destroyed my appetite. My n? rvons debility and weakness ha ' consequently been so great that after having fried almost every thing without t?y relief, I gave up in despair. I was rccom- I j menued to try Vour Galvanic Rings and Msgi etic Fluid, awl ' 1 only at a friend's urgent solicitation, was induced to do so. It* j I effect upon my system was almost miraculous. After a/ev hours the application appeared t<> strengthen my nerves, relieve I I me of my headache, ana 1 have had no relapse of the rheuma j j t ism or any pains since the first day. I would, therefore, un- j hesitatingly recommend your Galvanic Ring* and Fluid t<? j those nflliefed as I have been. Respectfully, JACOB A. OGSRCRY, 1C2 William street. I ! These certificates are published for the purpose of inspiring j an honest confidence in his discovery, which Dr.Cristik be lieves it d? serves. Ijf it were necessary, many others could In given, which may b<wscen at the office, 131 Fulton street. In all kinds of Rheumatism and Nervous Coropl tints, the beneficial cfTeet |s certain and lasting, and in all cases wh le flieG ilvanic Batteries or Magnetic Machinesaro recommended, the Galva nic RiiiKsand Magnetic Fluid, will be found equally bent Jicia I ! ? murh safer , and twenty times as ? heap. '1 lie only place in New \ ork to obtain the genuine article r at Dr. ( histik's of fice, , r"* 131 Filtox strkkt, (Sun Building.). ? i Allimita tiou sold else where in the city, are entirely worthless and with out. the least beneficial effect. jyfl lw*ec HLOCK TIN WAItK M A N U FACTO It V. \ GENERAL ASSORTMENT of Planished Tin and Common Tin Ware, Cutlery, Hard and Hollow Ware. Wood Ware, Baskets, Brushes, Door .Mats, Shaker Skives and Brooms ? in short, every variety of house- keeping articles. N B. ? A complete assortment of Coffee and Tea Urns, Table 1 Dishes and ( 'overs, Ik* ., &e.. for hotels and steamboats, on hand and manufactured at the shortest notice.

james y. w atkins, jn.'? Im* 16 Catharine street. New Vork, ? EXPRESS NOTICE. ~ fpHE UnfVrrsigned being desirous of doing all in their power X to sustain the Government in its experiment of giving cheaper postages, hereby give notice, that oil ami titer the fir*t ?lay of July next no mailable matter whatever, either open, or in envelopes, or in wrappers, will be received at any of their Offices for transmission by express, or otherwise. Positive instructions will He given to their Agents to refuse mailable matter, under whatever guise it may he offered. LIVINGSTON k WELLS, , New York and Buffalo Express. New Vork, Jnne 2.1. 1fM5 ?e>3 HMn ee 13 KF.H VVAX ? 1 cask Beeswax, of very su|ierior quality. ! * ?alo bv E. K. COLLINS k CO. South ?tree' I 1 ivf? PUBLIC SALE OK THK MONROE HAIL ltOAD AND BANKING CO. ct'nwrn a i Decree of the Si>ecial Jury* iu relation to the Bibb Couutv i Monroe Hail Road and Banking Com WK. THK JURY, find and decree, that the Monroe Rail Road from Macon to its terminus at Marthaaville, in the countv of DeKalb, both the part thereof which has been com pleted and in ojparation, and the put thereof which ia in ai m finished condition, and all the property, equipments, and effects therewith ? a :ected, is subject to the payment of tlie debt* of the Monroe Hail Road and Banking Company ? that the said Company i ilventand wholly uublc u pay it '? ts afore said; and i >. j, i <ts embarrassments is unable to complete said Road, ami keep the same iu 01 oration. so as to an r the great public obj. cis contemplated by th? Legislature. We ; farther rind that tin re are creditor * of v u.ous descriptions "f .' iid Com pany, viz: holders of the . uU notes issued by snid Company, holders of bonds is. u? <1 for work and materials for saidKoau, judgment creditor*. creditors holding certificates of' denoeite, de mands for work, 1 d>or and materials for said R-si! Road, and cre ditors claiming to be mortgage creditors of s .id Company, and all other ci editor not h -re enumerated ; and that there are amour them creditors claiming a priority TH riftht in respect to their demauds; and we further decree that the said Rail Koad, and all the property, equipments and effects therewith connect ed, and <? 1 1 the property beiougiuc? to said Company, and all the rights, privileges a?id franchises in an > manner belonging oi n pertaining to said Monroe ltvil Road and Banking Company ne ?old at public sale at the court house iu the county of Bibb, by David ( . Campbell, Ahuer P. Powers, James A. Nisnet, Samuel 1J. Hunter, and Thomas Hardeman, commissioners, or a majority of them, on the first Tuesday in August next, after giving two months public notice in the gazettes of Macon. Griffin anl Savannah, and tb it the proceeds of said salo b? paid to the < It-rk ofthis Court, who is r- quir- d to deposit* the same for safe keeping on special deposite iu the Agency of the Me chanics' Hank in the city of Macon, and that pun lie notice be given to the creditors of said Company to file their respective claim ?, or a schedule thereof in the Clerk's office ofthis Court by the first Monday in October next; and that the said credi tors, if any controversvshoujd arise respecting said claims, then litigite among themselves, in re-|*ctto al (objections which would or might have been available against them by said Com pany if said sale had not been made in relation to matters of set off, and whether they be subject to objection on account of the statute of limitation, non-performance of contracts, or other cause, embracing the quantum of consideration, paid for the claims or auv oftnem, and also that the liens claimed by the re spective creditors be then and there also investigated and adjudi cated; and we further decree that the purchasers of said Rail Road succeed [ o all the obligations of said Coinnauy in respect to the completing, equiping and keeping the said ltoad iu opera tion, as intended and designed by theact of incorporation. but not to extend to a I ability ef debts contracted prior to said sale; and that alter said sale upon demand or notice, the stockholders iu said Company transfer to the purchaser the stock held by him, Jier or them in said Company, or that the title be transferred by said Commissioners jn the same manner as is provided by law for the transfer of bank stock when sale thereof is made by the Htyieriff; and we further decree, that for the keeping of said Koad ui operation for tlie tune intervening between the day of the passing of this decree and the day of sale, the receipts on the said Road be applied, ami that if said receipts should not be suf ficient for said purpose, that the balance he paid from the pro ceeds of the sale aforesaid; and we further decree that William JJ. Parker as trustee in charge of said Road and appurtenance* until the sale of the aforesaid property is completed, make monthly returns of the amount oi receipts thereon, and file the same with nie 'lurk ofthis Court, and also of accounts for keeping the same ?? repaii ~.w| operation, exhibiting a specific statement in each of the number ami description of officers, agents and hands employed thereon, tl.c v?lue yte hire of each per mouth, and the quantity, quality and value of maieoai^ purchased, subject to the examination and approval of the Court, and tlie costs and other expenses be puu from the pro ceeds of sale. JAM ICS DKAN, Foreman. A true extract from the minutes of Bibb Superior Court, May terra, 10?5. HKNRY Q. ROSS. Clerk. By virtue of the above decree, the undersigned will sell be fore the court house door, in the city of Macon, on the first Tuesday in August next, at 12 o'clock, M. the whole line ofthe Monroe Rail lload from Macon to Marthas ville, iu the county of De Kalb.aad all the property, equipments and effects there with connected, and all the property belonging to said Compa ny, and all the rights, privileges and franchises in any manner belonging or appertaining to said Monroe Rail Road and Bank ing Company, embracing not only the Road, but the various de pots, work-shops, ware-bouses, engines, cars, iron, tools, equip ment*, and all and every thing up)>ertainiiig and belonging to said Road Also, the entire assets belonging to said Monroe Raid Ro:'d and Banking Company, embracing subscriptions for ttock un paid. including to* subscription of the State of Georgia lor $200, (K)G, and all debts, demands, and claims of every kind and description, due to or belonging t<? said Monroe Rail Koad raid Banking Company, a full scle dule of which may be seen, on application to M. L. (iraybill, at the office of said Company. The length of the Koad is 101 miles, the whole of which ip graded to its junction with the Western and A< antic Rail Road. The substructure has been oompleted on the whole road, except four and a half miles. The Ko.id is in use to Jonesborougii. eighty miles, and is equipped with five locomotive engines, three passengers cars, eighteen freight cars, wheels and axles for eight other freight cars, ?nd one stationary engine. Tht terms of sale cash, to be paid immediately to the Commission ers; and on failure of purchasers to comply, so much of the property as may be bid off by such defaulting purchasers, wil ne lorthwith resold at their risk. DAVID ( AMPBKLL, 1 ABNKR P. POWERS. i JAM K8 A. N1SBKT. J Commissioner 8 A Ml' EL 15. HUNTER. THOMAS HAlt DEM AN, Macon. Oil, May iO. 1815 B COME ALU WHO ARK SUFFERING FROM PAIN , ISe Cured wltSiouf Charfire or Kxticitic. BAHTIXE'S LOTION, The greatest Remedy ever known fir all the Com plaints which it professes to cure , will be given Gratis to the afflicted who cannot afford to jHuc.)afe byy upi 'ying la U^.'l Broadv .\y, iVtw York ? ART INK'S LOTION? The I otirn Ma* invt?uted some \ ear* ago, and is the pre ductio ? ofaect i dentil discoveries aided bv skill and experience. T??e ( ii. ? nl de ; m of it \% .1 s? solely for the inventor s own us ?, I tit no .oouer had it become established in his practice, than inquiries began to !? made, by the friends of those who In] bee 1 benefitted by iN virtues, wher* it might he procured T us its fain ?_? beg-: to J from individual to individual u :i became knot 1 s evei failing cure, 111 most of the la ire ci* es in the Union. Without puffing, or the aid oi ,'ie publi ? i i;?s, !' It vs acquired its owi celebrity and foniui vav into j- il ic I tor as an unriv tiled and extraordiin ry ! !< . ? u? ?? ..I m . ' of the ills to which mankind are subj t. In cases of Gou; }", ? ,n. * \ve!Ji j:s of all kinda, Dis locations or Fraefu e?i i ? ? , ; ,, vs, < uts, Contusion* at tended with pain ? -ji m ?: 1, ! < isouous Bites and Stings. Burus, S-id-, ? ;41 : I i,? < , cr Bunions, and W ounds of t yrry < nti>.,it ? . i * Is .a itnmcdr 1 1* and p? r manentreu : j ? ? ! i.n ??* iV . - ?? I \ irticle that can i,c de pended li 1 1, * en . e I tl,'?.?- ,? i . in the ,'wck and sale, general! v , .? n . . . taki"ge<>!I > t'u r violent exertion and overheati ' ? n?l ! r Tumors.^ Lumbago. Erysipelas, Tetter or Kin;.; o?m, ami 1 f I Li. ?? f Eruptions of ri e Ssin.it , is a mostexcelleut teme<l . !? r Fever ami Akii. . Ague in the I Breast and F .cv Cr. -in,? in th- Sfom tch, and Headache, if acts like a charm. Bur above all, ii1 toe cure of 'i ei diuou* and ' Cansular i ijuiics, Sj . :?ins, and Wounds of every description, ] it shows in a m<*vi '.onishing maimer", its magical powers. In addition *0 the benign iuttueuc ? the Lotion exerts over the | accident a and i<.iir i.il u-s ol man, it found no less valu able in similar complaints to v in? inferior animals are subject, particularly the Horse, whose value and useful ness demands the peculiar care of its owners. In some c*ses, where it has been applied to this fine creature for slight inju ries, it has, in addition to an almost instantaneous cure, given apparently new animation and vivacity to the animal, (to such au extent that in various instances thewmuitig of a rare has been teinciously ascribed to the stimulating and nappy effects of the Lotion, r it her than the natural speed of the animal.) It has become equally Celebrated as an universal specific both forin.11. and beast. The following are some of tne complaints most common to the horse, iu which it has proved its superiority. The Lotion is composed entirely of the medicinal proper ties of vegetable substances, concentrated and rendered most pure by distillation and other chemical processes As an in ward medicine, t it is the most innocent, wholesome, stimula ting and cheering character, and will expel, iasUntly, those dull, heavy and hypochondriacal feelings to which many are s r subject, and give life and animation to both hodv and mind. 1 o be had 111 New York of Thomas 8. Bartine, of 92 Vesey street, opposite Washington Market, at 75 cents per single bot tle, with proper directions for use 011 every bottle ; T. Butler, No. l Nassau street ; at the Drug Store, corner of Sixth Ave nue and Thirteenth street. Also, of the Proprietors, 321 Broadway, where there will be made a liberal discount to those who want to purchase by the quantity for shipping or other uses. Agents wanted for the sale of the above Lotion. C. 8. BART INK & CO., Proprietors, Principal Depot, 383 Broadway, N.Y. Where a large volume of testimonials may be seen from highly respectable parties in this city and other parts. ju28 lmrrc CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC. Office for the sale of the Original Genuine PULMONIC SYRUP, At IVo. 49 t'ort Intuit street, New York, an usual. FACTS FOR THE PEOPLE SOME YEARS AGO I was cured of a severe and danger ous illness by a Syrup made from an old Indian recipe, and being strongly urged by my friends as well as by the considers tionth tt much good might ne done through the extensive intro duction of the Syrup to the public, I entered into an trrange incut for that purpose^and located myself at No. 49>? Courtlanc street, in the city of New York. Having confidence in a yonnt man by the name of Schenck, I bad a verbal understandingwith him, and the medicine was sold in his name, and a true state meut of my cure by the Syrnn in his name, in the form of a cer tificate, was published and widely circulated. I continued this connection until I had reason to believe thif person was deviating from tht understanding. Complaint aftei complaint had come in to me relative to tne variability and strength ot the Syrup. Thinking that a written agreement might be more effectual, I re^ifsted one, but it was declined. 1 could overlook and pardon any merely personal matter, but my repu tation was too completely interwoven with the reputation of tW valuable medicine: I, of course, felt that whatever affected tht one would extend its consequences to the other. I bad encountered Irrrr expenditures iu establishing and coii ducting this business. Mv time and attention were devoted ex clniively to it. These influences, based upon my well kuowr character, and the certificate of my cure, with my advice to nu meroua patients or their friends, who called at my office, as w e 1 as to others whom I visited botli in the city and country, and the gradually increasing and now wide spread popularity of me treatment of consumption, colds, coughs^ diseases of the organ of respiration, as well as the liver complaint and dyspepsia, h m caused great numbers to make application to ine, most of whom I hate been the means of benefitting and restoring to health.? Results like these were truly grit if} iug, and I did not feel will ling that the advantages thus arising to all should be lost; no could I conscientiously |H>rmit my sphere of usefulness to br narrowed through the neglect or variation of any other. To those who know me personally, and the history of my Sy rup, it is unnecessary to say that I hold the old original receipt, and have the most accurate knowledge of the only correct me thod of preparing this medicine through all its different stages. And in order to rentier it free from all impurities, as well as to insure its full and uniform strength, without the use ofthatkiiid of heat which tends to destroy the medical properties of some of the most effective ingredients. I have the aid of a discovery ami the application of an imported and only suitable apparatus by 1 which these objects can he successfully attained. ( omplaints uieffieacy, blackish color, and variable str? n^th e o, nevt-r arise from my; process, the knowledge and employment of which are confined exclusiv ely to myself. The young man w hose name has been incidentally mentioned being no longer interested in my business, has, I am told, set up for himself, or at least opened an office 111 this city; I w ish bun all the success that he may justly deserve. He invites the pub lic, 1 am informed, to come and buy his genuine Syrup, and , wisely enough cautions it against adulterated compounds. The Original Genuine Pulmonic Syrup prepared 111 this city exclusively by myself is for * tie in New V ork, om.y at my old established office, 49l? Court land st.one! or below Greenwich . S. BKKK MAN. 7\ KNKRAL BL'ILDINO RKPAIRfl. 58 ??aasan st. , corner " W of Maiden Lane.? All orders immediately attentled to f ?r Mason. Hlateing, Plastering, Flagging, tin roofs repaired and painted, and all other repairs anu alterations done iu the best , manner. Also, furnaces, ranges, kettles, steam boilers, oveus, and every kind of fire works put up. None but good workmen employed. Expeditious and moderate charges. Chimney tops for curing smoke. Up town orders left with J. Uuinn, Plumber, 544 Broadwav 1 mJ7-lm*rb K. H. QU1NN. ? Latent nnd Interesting from Texas. [From the Washington I'nion, July 1S.J The hxecutive lias been polite enough to place in our hands the tallowing correspondence between Major Donelson and the gove rani" ut of Texas, ulong with u printed document, communicated to the Con press of Texas, and comprising some of the myste ries of the treaty with Mexico, it implicates Mr. President Jones in these extraordinary transactions. We hasten to lay th-m before our readers. This ri diculous negotiation, at which the courts of England and France will have some cause to blush? every way ridiculous, as well on account of the schema itself, as of the conduct of its agents, (Klliott and 8aligny,) and of its unqualified and unanimous re jection by the Senate of Texas, will reflect some light on the absurd and new-fanglfd doctrine of M. i iui/.ot, about the balance of power on the American continent. How ridiculous, that after all tills " sce nery, machinery, and decorations" ? after all this elaboration of machinery' ? all rh?s working of the wire- ? all these trips of the Eurydicc backwards 1 and forwards ? the Mexican treaty should na?e been 1 unanimously reiected! The whole drama, indeed, is more riaicuioits than any farce that was ever plaved upon the Frencii or English stage. The pa|>ers which we here lay before our readers, were received in this city last evening. They were brought to ( ialveston by Col. Samuel li. Marshall, of Nashville, Tennessee, tiie brother-in-law of Judge Catron, who died at Galveston of a fever caught frotn exposure to the sun in the prairies, on his way to that place. They weic Wrought from (ialveston by Captain Foster, in the Revenue-Cutter Woodbury, w-lio arrived at New Orleans on the 4<h of July ; and a letter from New Orleans, which encloses them to our government, states, uinin the authority of Cap- I lain Foster, a report whicli had readied > ialveston, 1 that Major Donelson w as seriously ill ; hut " J hope I (says the New Orleans correspondent) that the re- | port is without foundation." "J he Congress of Tex as was to adjourn, by resolution, on tlic'iSth of June. Department ok Stati . > Washington, June '23, 18-lu > The undersigned, Attorney-General of the Republic | of Texas, charged ml intrrim with the direction of the | Department of Stale, by order of his Excellency the , President, has the honor of transmitting to the Hon. Mr. : Donelson, Charge d'Aft'aires of tho 1,'nitod States, near 1 this gevernment, tlie enclosed copy of ajoint resolutioa, j adopted by both houses of the Congress of Texas, on the 21st instant, and this day received and approved by the President, declaring the consent ol the existing gov- . eminent of this Republic to the terms of the proposition I for annexation, tendered by the United stntes, through the Hon. Mr. Donelsen, on the 31st of March ultimo, to > the government and peoplo of Texas. T" 'II tine friends ol the great cause of uunexation, , and esneciaiij to nle Hon. Mr. Donelson, whoso energies ) ami talents nave been ?? ably un l faithfully devoted to the success of that cause, through tl,c several stages ot its recently triumphant progress, it must tie peculiar!) gratifying to <ihserve the harmony and unanimity with which this resolution has passed the two houses ol Con gress, and received the executive approval. Hejecting the idea of separate nationality, although commended to their choice by the prolt'ered recognition of theii independence by Mexico, and the countenance ol powerful European sovereignties, the people of this country have thus evinced, by most decided manifesta tions, their strong hut uatural preference for the advan tages of a voluntary inaorj>o:ation into the American Union, and their strong attachment to the free institu tions of that great and glorious republic. Among the features of thi-j resolution, it must be gra tifying to the Hon. Mr. Donelsen and his government to observe that provision, whereby the acts ol the conven tion. to meet on the 1th proximo, arc clothed with all the sanctions which can result from the concurring appro val and consent of the executive, and the representatives of the people; and not less gratifying, the undersigned trusts, will l>e tne assurance necessarily resulting from the premises, that the various steps yet to be taken on the part of this republic, to perfect, so far as depends upon her. tho measuie of annexation upon the proposed basis, will be adopted with the same promptness and fi delity which have distingui nod her preceding move ments in the great cause; and in that confiding spirit ol firm reliance upon the magnanimity and generosity of the United States, which has evercharacterised the poli cy of her government and the dispositions of her people The undersigned renews to Mr. Donelson, tho assur ances of his high regard, and remains his most obedient servant, Ern'r Ali.kv Hon. A. J. Dom i.jon, Charge ('"Affaires of the United States, Sic. LsuATioif ok tiii: I'nited States, ) Washington, June 33, 1845. \ The undersigned, charge d'affaires of the I'nited States ha.i tho honor to acknowledge the communication front the lion. Mr. Allen of this date, transmitting an official copy of the joint resolution which has been adopted In the Congress of Texas, giving the consent of her exist ing government for her admission as a State of the fed eral I'nion . and also giving the same consent to the steps which had been previously taken by his excellen cy, the l'resident, to obtain from the people the requisite sanction for the measure on their part, on the terms of fered by the I'nited States That thi* measure should l>e so acceptable to the ex isting government and people of Texas, is a high proof of its wisdom: and its consummation, in the manner de scribed !>y the Hon. Mr. Allen, is no less honorable to the two countries, than it is auspicious of the success and perpetuity of the principles of the federal I'nion. The undersigned will value it as the most fortunate event of his lite, to have been associated, us a public agent, with tho preparation nnd maturity of the steps which were necessary to the accomplishment of the measure; and he recurs, therefore, with a just sensibility to the reponsibility devolved upon him, to the flattering assurance lie has received from this government of the manner in which he has performed his duty. With enual sincerity, the undersigned bears testimony to the early determination of his excellency the Presi dent to refer the proposals offered by the I'uited States lo the i ongiess mid people of Texas, and to execute faithfully their decision upon them. And he also bears testimony to the uniformly kind and courteous manner i I in which the Hon. Mr. Allen has conducted the negotia tion on the part of his government. And the undersign- | ! cd renews to Mr. Allen assurances of the high regard j with which he continues, His most obedient servant A. J. Domeljon. Hon. Esi.rtv r.KR Ai.len, Attorney General of Texas, and Acting Secietary of State. CORRESPONDENCE Relating to a Ti rati/ of Peace bettretn Mexico and Terat, upon Hit basin of an acknowltdgrntnt of the indepen dence of the latter. Executive DtrnTin^T, ) Washington, June in, 1846. > To the honorable the Senate : The executive herewith respectfully transmits to your honorable body for its constitutional advice and action, the "conditions preliminary to a tieaty of peace between Mcxico and Texas." signed on the part ol the former at tho city ol Mexico, on tlie IPth ol May ultimo; together with ;m additional declaration made by the government of Mexico, of*the same date, in connexion with those conditions. Tlie correspondence connected with the above is alio transmitted for the information of the Senate. The executive requests the Senate to return the origi nal papers so soon as they shaP have received its exami nation and action. Ai?oi Jones. [TRANSLATION .1 Lei-.ation of prance tx Mexico. Mh. Prehment ? I am happy to be able to announce to your excellency, that the .Mexican 'iovernmcnt, nftci having obtained the authorization of the two Chamberr of i ongress, has acceded to the four preliminary arti cle; which the Secretary of state of Texas had remitted to the charges des affaires of (?'ranee and Knglaud near your government, and which these last had transmitted to me, and to the minister of H. B. M., to be presented to the executive power of Mexico. Hie act ol acceptation, clothe'l with the necessary forms, w ill he handed by Mr. Klliott to the Secretary ol State of the Texian government ; and your excellency will tliencc limt yourself 'n a situation to name commi? doners to negotiate w it h Mexico the definitive treaty between Mexico and Te"-"1. The success which has crowned our effort* hnc only been obtained by much management of susceptibilities. But I should say that the dispositions of the executive power have never appealed doubtful tome, and that thej give me the ho|>e ol a solution proper to ?ati?ly the tw o parties tf?d to assure their reciprocal well-being. If, in the course which must be given to this alfkir, ! can contribute to the wi<o view s and sound policy which animate your exiellenuy, I shall lend mjself to it w itl so much the more /enl, that it relates to the Accomplish ment of a woik use! n 1 to humanity ; and if the result answers to our hopes, I shall consider the part which I have taken in it as one of the deeds for which I may most applaud myself in my diplomatic carcer. Receive) Mr. President, the assurances of the higb consideration with which I am Your excellency's very humble, and Most obedient servant. Baron Am ki i: t>E CvraEV. Mexico. .'Oth May, 1P4.?. His Kxrellency , Mr. Anson Jones, President of tho Republic of Texas, Jic., Sec. The foregoing is a correct translation of the original. Sti-i'hi n /. Hovir, Translator. Conditions preli minavy to a treaty of peart between Mrj ii ti and Trim. ?>.|M oxico consents to acknowledge the independence of Texas. ?J. Texas engages that she will stipulate in the treat* not to annex herself, or to becomo subject to any country whatever. :t, l.inuts and other conditions to tic matter of arrange ment in the final treaty. 4. Texas will be willing to remit dispute <1 points re specting territory and other matters to the arbitration of umpires. Done at Washington (on the llrn/os) tho 2!>th March, 1845. Ashrei. Smith, [l. Secretary of State. 1 1 hami.ation.J Tho undersigned, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary ol his Majesty the King of the French, and minuter plenipotentiary of her Britannic Majesty, certify that the above copy conform! with the original, which ha* heen presented to them by Mr. Klliott, H. B. M. chargt- d'artaiies to Texas. Rikui Ai.i.ev UK Cvracr, [l. ?.) Charles Bankhead, [l. s.J Mexico, 'JOth May , 1846. The above is a correct translation of the original. S. /. HorLE, Tianslator. [translation.] The Minister of Foreign Affairs and Government of the Mexican republic has received the preliminary proposi tions of Tcxh* for ftn arrangement or definite treaty be tween Mexico and Texas, which are of the following tenor Condition ? jirrlimtnary to a treaty of peace between Mexico and Texat. " 1st. Mexico consents to acknowledge the indepen dence of Texas. " 'id. Texas engages that she will stipulate in the trea ty not to annex herself, or become subject to any coun try whatever. " 3d. Limits and other conditions to be matter of ar rangements in the final treaty. " 4th Texas will be willing to remit disputed point* '?specting territory and other matters to the arbitration ot Umpires. '? Done ut Washington (on the Brazos) the 29th March, 1845. Aihiiki. Smith, Fl. s.J Secretary of State." The government of the republic has asked. In conse quence of the national l ungross, the authority which it has granted, and which is of the following tenor : ? " The government is authorized to hear the proposi tions which Texas has made, and to proceed to the ar rangement or celebration of the treaty, that may be fit and honorable to the republic, giving an account to Con gress for its examination and apptoval." In consequence ot the preceding authority of the Con. gress of the Mexican republic, the undersigned. Minis, ter of Foreign Affairs and < ;overnmont, declnres -.? That the supreme government receives the four articles above mentioned, a? the preliminaries of a formal and definitive treaty; and further, that it is disposed to commence the negotiation as | soon a?| Texas may desire, and to receive the commissioners which she may ow e for this purpose. l.t is i Cukvas, [i? 3.] Mexico, May 10, 1846. The above is a correct translation of the original. Stephen IIpyle, Translator. | [tbaxhl ation.] Additional Declaration. It is understood that, betides the four preliminary arti ; cles proposed by Texas, there are other essential and important points which ought aiso to be included in the negotiation; and that if this negutiation is not realized on account of circumstances, or becausc Texas, influenced by the law passed in the United States on annexation, should consent thereto, either directly or indirectly, then the answer which under this datN is given to Texas by tho undersigned Minister for Foreign Affairs, shall be considered as null and void. Luis C. Cuevas, [l. *?] Mexico, May 19, 1845. The above is a correct translation of the oiiginal, Stephen Hoyle, Translator F.xecctive Department, t Washington, (Texas,) June 6, 184.'>. ) Sir ? I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt ot" your excellency's letter of the '20th ultimo; which, to ; gether with the official documents referred to in it, and ! dj- which Mexico has given her assent to the prelimina ries of peace with Texas, upon the basis of an acknow ; ledgir.ent of tho independence of the latter, were hand ed me by Mr. tlliott, Charge d'Affairs of her Britannic Majesty near this government, oh the '.'d instant. For your kindness and courtesy m transmitting these interesting and important papers, as well as for your vu luanle services in producing the result which they an nounce to me, and the offer ot a continuance of the same good offices whenever they can be useful, I beg you to accept my best thanks. Should the result be the estab lishment of a good understanding and a lasting peace be tween the governments of Texas and Mexico, with the concurrence of their people, the cause of humanity will assuredly be greatly indebted to your efforts in its be half. 1 have the honor to transmit you, herewith, for such disposition as you may think proper to make of them, certified copies of the proclamation issued by me on the 4 tli instant, announcing to the people the agreement of Mexico to the preliminaries of peace, and the conse quent cessation of hostilities between the two coun tries. The Congress of .Texas will assemble on the 16th of the present mouth, and a convention on the 4th of July proximo. These bodies have been convoked to oonsider the propositions made by the government of the United States on the subject of annexation. The subject of our relations with Mexico will also be presented to them, and their decisions will necessarily govern my future action in reference to the same. Accept, sir, the assurances of high consideration and respect with which I remain, your excellency's most obedient humble servant, Anson Jones. To his exoellency, the Baron Alleye de Cytrev, Sic., 4tc. Indian Difficulties. ? \Ve Wrn by a letter trout St. Peters*, that on Sunday the 22d ult. a murder wa? committed t>y two Chippewas, who fired upon two Sioux; Indian* in the neighborhood of the tort, killing one and slighth wounding the other. It produced instantaneous and thrilling excitement among tiie individual* of the two tribes. The body of the murdered Indian was taken 1 to the fort, wiiere a most terrific pow-wow was held over it by the friends of the deceased, and the assembled tribe of Sioux, (about 300 in number,) in presence of the ofli 1 cers of the lort, ami a party who were visiting there. ? ! We give the following description of the sc?>ue from our I correspondent, who was an eye-witness: ? "The mother of the deceased, with her blanket about her loins, and the upper part of her body gashed with i fresh wound made by her own (lands' and the blood I gushing fit >y from them, was on h?r knees at the held | of her sou, howling and talking to hint in her own ( tongue. The father, wife ami sisters ware also bending' i over the corpse, and wailing most piteously ; the rest of the tribe were wringing and twisting their bodies into ' all Muds of shapes, jumping and yelling hideously. ? Suddenly the father, a fine, uenevolent looking Indian, advanced towards the commanding officers, and said, through the interpreter, that "the whites were called upon to avenge the murder of his son ; tho blood of the ( hippewa dogs must be spilled? that the hands of the Sioux were so tied that they could do nothing without their consent ; that he had much more to say, but felt so bad that his face wanted to cry, and he must writ and immediately returned to howling again as before. At this moment n very large and muscular Indian rode vio lently up, stopped suddenly, spoke most vehemently and with much gesture for a lew moments, then throw him se 11 upon the ground with violence upon his face, yelling more teriifiicaily than any of the rest. This scene w as kept up until sunsrt. Meantime Capt. Bacchus sent a de tachment to the Kails, where the Chippewas were en camped, and conducted them safely, in boats, to the fort, and diiected a council to be held between the chiefs of the different tribes, under the protection of the fort. At the appointed hour, the warriors met. under 'guard oftha soldiers trom the garrison, and were all seated upon the ground, the Sioux each holding a green bough to shel ter his eyes from the sun. Both parties had been obliged to leave their arms behind them, though everyone had his knife. It was fearful to bear them whetting their knives up n whet stones w hich they carried, and looking so savagely upon their enemies. After they were all seated, the officers and interpreters took their stand in the centre, while our party occupied benches prepared for us immediately behind the Chippe wa*. In a short time the Sioux chief advanced, with hia orator. Bail Hale, and the father of the deceased Indian, and burst forth in the most vehement manner, tone, and gesture, until the* perspiration ran in streams from his lace and hack, and he became too hoarse to say more. He was replied to by the < hippewa chief, Hole in tho Day, in tones of silvery mildness ; the language of the Chippewas being mucn more musical and dignified than that ot the Sioux. During the speech of each orator, the approbation ot their tiihe was evinced by a simulta neous " ugh !" The affair was finally settled by ail agreement that tho .Sioux should hold two Chippewa warriors as hostages, until the real murderers eould be found and arrested. Two splendid looking fellows gave themselves up voluntarily as hostages, and allowed themselves to be shut up in prison, upon which the bel ligerent parties peaceably retired. ? Cincinnati ?4?ns. Spirit at Nauvoo. ? The division between Bill Smith and the Twelve appear* to be growing wider every day. A gentleman who was in Natiroo, at the time ot the late murder, states, that the Twelveitee charged the crime on tne Smithites and vie* rerun. In the lust A'einlibor appears a long article in relation to the power and authority of the Patriarch. It labors t? prove that Smith has no more power than formorly, and u evidently intended to sap the foundation of the preten sions set up by him on account of his Patriarchal office. Bill will be n troublesome customer to the Jlrethren, ? ll'iiridti' Signal, July ~l. Si iriDE. ? Jonathan Draper committed tnucidc on Sundny, tlio 13th instant, between 10 and 12 o'clock. A- .VI.. iu the barn of Henry H. Redell, in tho town of VVestfield, itichmond county, by cutting his throat with a razor. At the second cut, he entirely severed hit windpipe and the two main arteries of the neck. The deceased has a wile iu New Vork, who left him about fuui years ago, since which time he has been employed on different farms iu the neighborhood of Mr. Bedell, and fort number ot years he has been ot intemperate habits. \n ini|iiest was held by .). McOregor. V erdict in accordance with the above facts. Chance ?or Speculation. ? We see that all land* in Illinois, forfeited to the State for taxes, are to bo sold in September next, without reservation, and patent* foi them immediately issued. The oppressed condition of the larming population will be the cause of the gieit sacrifice in these tales. But from what we learn, muck ol the burden will fall upon large landed proprietois, and uon- residents. The Fire at Donald?vili.i. ? A letter from 4 correspondent at Donaldsville, inform# us that tho number ol houses destroyed by the fire at that place on Monday night is fifteen. Loss estimated at about $.>0,000: and not a traction of insurance. The fire broke out about l*i o'clock, and was subdued at 4 o'clock Tuesday morning. Supposed to he the work of an incendiary. ? 1 JNT. O. I'icaynne. 1 The consumption ot animal food in London m 107 1 lbs. per head, in Paris ma lbs., in Brussels ?9 lb?., in Man. I cheater tan lbs.

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