Newspaper of The New York Herald, 16 Temmuz 1845, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated 16 Temmuz 1845 Page 1
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THE NEW YORK HERAL I) . |?. Hi ao. US.Wkol* Mo. *055. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 16, 1845. Piie* 1*# Cctn. E NEW YORK HERALD. |, AMES GORDON BE. N.N EH, Proprietor, culation? Forty Thousand. lrlLY H ER AL D ? Every day. 'rice 3 conta pat I *?$7 '23 per annum? payable in advance. ;:EKLY HERALD? Every Saturday? Price ?i oenti jopr? $3 1 'U centu per annual? payable in advance, i VERTISEMENT8 at the oaual price*? al way* in advance. ANTING of ail kiada executed with beauty and itch. *- All lettera or communication*, by mail, addreaaed Kectablisbment, muat be poat paid, or the poatage e deducted from the lubicription money remitted |l JAMES GORDON BENNETT, . bietob or tub Nbw Yoaa HiuiDfiiuiuiKiiam **"rthw??at rnmer nf fiiltwi and Hmwn itrwh SUMMER ARRANUEME^39^0 LOOM1NGDALE, MANHATTANVILLE, AND |< FORT WASHINGTON 8TAOE8, Will commence running in the following lorder, on Saturday, May the I7th, IMS, leaving C Vfauhattanville it 6 ocloek, A. M., and c<m eve.y it. if hour until 7 o'clock, P. M. Leaving Mew ear ,r of Chatham aod p Try on Row, at 6 A. M., and I nific every half hour until 8 . M. Stage* to Carmamville tity Church Cemetery and Fort Washington, every honr ?uuh the day, from 7 A.M. to T P. M. ire to Maahattanville I1X centi; Carmanarille 18K; Fort shington It aanta. B. MOORE, t lm*re Proprietor. ; FARE tO BALTIMORE fl. Through in Seven Hours. l?W CASTLE AND FRENCHTOWN RAIL ROAD AND STEAMBOAT LINE. h'be unrivalled Steamboat Douglass, will, on aod a pel wharf, daily, (except Sunday*, ) al S a . tger* will arrive iu Baltimore at about 10 P. M. Fareouly I jfhi* Line i* compoeed of the following iplendid and faat | arnboat*:? Robert Morri* Captain J. M. Douglasa. Ohio Captain L. Davis. ConstitutiiM Captain J. Chtytor. Ill Ueoige Waahingtoa Captain J. Tnppe. I ?This Line leave* Bowly's wharf, Baltimore at I r. M.? jckets for Wheeling ana Pittibnrg can be procured on board e boat. LNITED STATES MAIL LINES FOR BALTIMORE. Fare $3 ? Through in Six Hours. 'HILADELPHIA, WILMINGTON AND BALTI MORE RAILROAD LINE. Via Che*ter, Wilmington, Elkton, Havre de Grace, lie. smmm <r^g I. On and after Wednraday next. June 36th, the fare between ^liiladelphia and Baltimore, by the Mail Line*, will be reduced ? The Train* will leave aa follow*:? From Philadelphia, I From Baltimore, OeiKit lltli and Market itreet*. Depot in Pratt street. Jaily. except Sunday, at 8 AM. I Daily, exc, Sunday, at 9 A M. And Daily, at 4 P. M . | And Daily, at ( P. M. ? Wheeling and rittsbnrgh? Ticket* through to Wheeling and lttsburgh cau be had at the Depot. Eleventh and Market sis, * _ , t GTH. HUDDELL, Agent. For further information, apply to J. L, bLEMMER, at the office of i , Adams & Co. 17 Wall itreet. Jnne 2tth?1843. j?29ec LONG ISLAND RAILROAD COMPANY. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT, TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS, ' On and after Mlh June, 1843. From Brooklyn Depot ? Boston Train ? A. M. daily, Sunday* excepted, (topping at Farmingdale and St. George'* Manor. Accommodation Train? 9)1 A. M and 3 P. M. for Farming dalr *nd intermediate place*, daily. Sunday* excepted. Accommodation Train,! r. M. for Greenport, daily, Sundays excepted, (topping at Jamaica, Branch, Hempatead, and Hick* vill , and all the (topping place* between Hickiville and Greenport. From Greenport Depot ? Boston Train, daily, Sunday* excepted, at 1?X o'clock M., or on the arrival of the steamers from Norwich. Accommodation Train? At S A.M., daily, Sundays excepted, for Brooklyn and intermediate placea. From Farminqdale Depot? Accommodation Train. 6\ A- M. and P. M., daily, Sun days excepted, for Brooklyn and intermediate places. Ft&m Jamaica Depot ? Extra Train, IK ?. M. daily, Sunday* excepted, for Brook lyn and intermediate placea. The Bo*ton Train* (top only at Famtingdale and St. George * Manor. The Accommodation Trains atop at the following places on the road, going both waya to receive and deliver paaaen gers, vie: Bed In ?Jlorl S East New York v 12V Race Course ISA Trotting Conrae. Ui* Jamaica iS Deer Park. Thompaon . Suffolk _ Station. 100 Lake Road Station 1 18$< Med ford Station 1 18X Brushville 31V Milleville 1 60 Hyde Parit, 17 inile* 37>J St. Geo Clowiville, ^during sion Court,) 37V Hempstead 37fc Branch 37>, Carle Place 44 We*tbnry 44 Farmingdale 62W Stage* are in readinea* on the St. George'* Manor. ... 1 62 Riverhead 1 63 Jamespon 1 62X Mattetuck. 1 6SK CntchoKUe 1 ?3H Southold 1 62 >, Oreenport, Acc'n. train. 1 7JS Bos ten Train 3 00 arrival of Train* at the leveral Stations, to take pauenger* at very low Fare*, to all ]>art* of the Iaiand. linage Crete* will be in readinea* at the foot of Whitehall itreet, to receive Baggage for the leveral Train*, 30 minnte* be fore tl.e hour of starting from the Brooklyn lide. ij /* Rockaway Baggage taken in *eparate Crate*. julOrc TO WESTERN TRAVELLERS. AxtSAl Jlbr^Vn. l-jrvktoo a? 1. FIOn"*. PACKET LINK, From Philadel|ihia to Pittsburgh via the Pennsylvania Hail roadsand Canal? through in V,i Mjrs. The shore line i? bow iu full operation tuid olfern great inducements to I>ersons who wisp a pleasant mode of travelling to the west. The csn are built iu the most approved modern style, the boats are fitted up in a superior manner, sod every effort is made by the proprietors to conduce to the comfort and convenience of travellers. The scenery on this route is unrivalled, sud ta? 5 rest chain of Pennsylvania internal improvements is well woi ly of being seen. by this ronte passengers avoid all the fatigues and dingers at tendant ut>ou stage travelling and at the same time make an ex peditious tri|>. The earsleave every morning at 7 o'clock. Passengers are ad vised to engage their iilaces at Philadelphia. Office in Philadel phia N. E. corner of Cht?nm and Fourth streets, and at Nos. 13 and 13 South Third stv A. CUMMING8, Agent. Philadelphia, May 17, 1846. Kor iufoiination, in the city of New York, apply to B. H. KNISKLL, Agent lor D. LEECH k. C O.'s Line. 7 West st, N. K. mylT 6m*rrc PEOPLES' LiNE dFSTEAMBOATS FOR ALBANY, MM DAILY? Sundays Excepted? Through Di ^--rJMUL-J^teot. at 7 o'clock'P. M.. from the Tier between 3E? ? ?HeLCourtlandt and Liberty Streets. Steamboat ROCHESTER, Captain R. O. Cruttenden, will lr.ive on Mouday. Wednesday and Friday Evenings, at 7 o'clock. Steamboat KNICKERBOCKER, Captain A. Houghton, will leive on Tuesday, Thursday anaSaturday evenings, at 7 o'clock. At i o'clock P. M., landing at Intermediate pUrts, from the foot of Barclay street St Steamboat SOUTH AMERICA) Captain W. H. Truesdel), will leave on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday After noons, ?t i o'clock. Steamboat NEW JERSEY, Capt. R. H. Kurey, will leave on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Afternoons, at 5 a'clock. Passengers raking either of the above Lutes will arrive iu Alba ny in ample time for the Morning Train oi Can Tor the east or west. The D?*tsareaew and substantial, are famished with new and elegant state rooms, and for speed ana accommodations are un rivalled ou the Hudson. Freight taken at moderate rates. AJ1 lieuons are forbid trusting any of the Bonis of this Line, without a written order from the Captains or Agents. For passage or freight. apply on board the boats, or to P. C. Hcmutx. at the ofline ontthe wharf. juMrc NOTICE, a, STATEN ISLAND FERRY, FOOT OF WHITEHALL STREET. The Steamboats SYLPH and STATEN ISLANDER will leave New York every hour except S P. M., commencing at S A. M, until 7 I'.M. Leave Staten Island every hour except 4 P. M.. commencing at I A. M., until 7 P. M. N. D. ? t Hi Sundays the Boats will leave every hour from 8 A. M., until 1 f. M., and from 1 K M. until 7 P. M., every hall hour. jy H WILLI A MSB UIIGH AND PECK SLIP FERRY. 4Mf) jgM The Trustees of this Ferry, believing fiat JMUWjf there are many of the citixens of New York ^ M JL.aud vieinity that are unncquainted with the facilities this rerry affords as a pleasant communication with Williamsburg and Long Island, would state that there n? two good Ferry Boats on this Kerry, which leave Peck Mlin every fifteen or twenty minutes through the day up to J o'clock, P. M., and then up to 8 n'clck, at each even hour and Mf hour; after which a boat leaves at S O'clock and 10 o'clock. The last boat h aving Williamsburg at half-past 9 o'clock, P. P. 8 ? Ou the evening of July 4th, the boat will coatiaue to run until 12 o'clock. jy3 lm're ' MORNING LINE AT 7 O'CLOCK, FOR ALBANY, TROY and intermediate landings, from the Steamboat Pier at the foot of ?Barclay street. HreHklnat ami 1> inner on hoard the boat. Leaves New York at 7 o'clock, A. M., Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturday, and "lSoy *t 6 o'clock, A.M., Albany at 7 o'clock A. M. Monday, Wedneeday and Friday. 'J' *telun,,l5*t TjlO Y, Captain A. Gorham, on *1 _ _ onboard, or to F. B. Hall, at the Notice*? All goods, freight, Mils. oilier kind rif property taken, shipped, or put on bosjrd this boet, must be at the risk of the owners of such goods, freight, bag gage, ?tc. J*l>re - "~NtV YORK. ALBANY AND TROY LINB. ^ ?OR ALBANY AND TROY DIRECT. AZ^T^ y-ye?at 7 o'ctocn. P. M.-TI-. steamboat EM ^ "'"L Ceptaui R. B. P, fr, will leave the sUismlMtat pier foot of Courtlaudt s*_>?*, every lnesday, The rsdsy and Saturday afternoon, at ? ^cloeh. The st- amboat COLUMBIA, tapiain Wm. Ii. reck, every Mcnidni', Wednesday a?d Fridav iftanooa, at 7 o'clock. ? or Passnge or ft*nrht apply oa board, or at llie oftre on the wharf tn? ~~ FOR MALE, KKMUH'i OR CHAR J tR-The ? very flut sailing barque HOME. Captain Watts, built ?jn Baltimore one yesr since of the best materials, Siei about 4 ,00t barrels, and has handsome accommodations ?S!ck A"" n-'ss Lafiv^37" jlT rc * South street, FOR HALIFAX AND LIVERPOOL. THE Royal Mail Steam Skip* HIRER fi iflliF N'A *?* BRITANNIA. wUI leave Boston "g=HBa3M| fer the above porta, aa follows :? Hiberuia, Alex. Ryrie, Esq., Commander, Tuesday, July 16<h. Britannia, John Hewitt, " Friday, August lat. Passage to Liverpool $1M. P'uaace to Halifax 38. Koi freight or passage, apply in jy 12 U BRIGHAM. Jr.. Acrnt. fi Wall at ?an. ?% DRAFTS ON GREAT BRITAIN AND .M jMBTSbw*, IRELAND? Persons wishing to remit mo aey to their friend* in any part of England, - ggatiii TT# |rt land. Scotland or Wales, can be supplied ^^^^^^^^^*with draft* payable at sight, without dis couut, for any amount, from & 1 upwards, at the following places, vis: In hruiutnu ? The National and Provincial Bank of Eng land; Messn. J. B trued It Co., Exchange and Discount Bank, Liverpool; Messrs, James Bui t k. Sou, London, and branches throughout England and Wales. _ Ik ikicusND.? The Notional Bank of Ireland, and Provin cial Bank and branches throughout Ireland. ..... , In Scotland ? The Eastern Bank of Scotland, National Bank of Scotland, Greenock Banking Company, ana branches throughout Scotland. The steamship H > bernia sails from Boston on the Iflth July, by M r3 r jyllrc TgH? ?h i Which all drafts ran be forwarded free. Al W. It J. T a$&*cott. st. cor. Maiden lane. t'OK NEW ORLEANS? Louisiana and Mew i York Line Regular Packet, to Mil Monday, 21st , Tlw. elegant fast sailing packet ship OBWE- 1 . ",ipt. H. Johnson, will positively sail aa above, her re- ' gular day. For freight or passage, having handsome (Wnished accom modations, apply on hoard, *t Orl MAS wharf foot of Wall st, or to E. K. COLLINS It CO., 56 South st. Positively no goods received en board after Saturday evening 19th instant. Agent in New Orleans James E.Woodruff, who will prompt ly forward all goods to his adddreM. jllrc FOR LIVERPOOL-Ths New Line-Regular Packet 31st July? The superior fast sailing Packet shin .flOTTINGUER, 1040 tons, Capt. Ira Bursley, will sa i las above, her regular day. For freight or passage, having excellent and superior accom modations, apply to the Captain on board, or to wbODHULL It MINTURN, 87 South street. Price of pauage SIM). The Packet Ship Liverpool, 1150 tons, Capt John Eldridge. will succeed the Hottinguer, and Mil on her regular day, 3d of August. JyUec flHBinruiL/mvA vbirbiii muvrv, miis iwsy tively on Monday, July 31st. This ship hM splendid accommo dations for cabin, second cabin and steerage passengers; to se cure berths, esrly application shogld be male to W. It J. T. TAPSCOTT, jy 10 rc 76 Sonth street. comer of Maiden Lane. NEW LINE OF PACKETS FOR LIVERPOOL frcff&V? Packet of 31st July ? Ttie intend id and favorite JHtftbpacket ship HOTTINGUER, 1100 tons burthen, Capt Ira Bursley, will sail on Monday, July II, her regular day. The ships efthis line being all 1000 tons and upwards, persons about to embark for the Old Country will not fail to see the advantages to lie derived from selecting this line in preference o any other, as their great capacity renders tliem every way more comfortable and convenient tnan ships of a small class, and their accommodations for cabin, second cabin, and steerage passengers, it is well known, are superior to those of any other line of packets. Persons wishing to secure berths should not fail to make early application on board, foot of Wall street, or to W. k J. T. TAPSCOTT. 75 Sooth stTeet, corner of Maiden Lane, jy9 rvc Up Stairs. fjfiS- FOR SALE? The No* York built copper lasten MMK*Veua>d and coppered ship SYLVANUS JENKINS, JHjMMbburthen i>er register. 5i7 tons? She, carries well, and is well found. Apply to Captain Eveliegh.oti board, at pier No. 4, N.R , or to BOYD It HINCKEN, jyllrc No. 9 Tontine Building, cor of Wall and Water sts. FOR LIVERPOOL-Packet of the 16th July- j .The new packet ship FIDELIA, Captain Hackstaff, ?^___swill positively sail as above, her regular day. Abo, the splendid packet ship ROSC1US, Capt- Eldridge, will positively sail on the 36th inst. For pusage, hsving su perior accommodations, apply to jyS-rrc J. HERDM AN. 61 South st. BLACK BALL OR OLD LINE OF LIVER POOL PACKETS? FOR LIVERPOOL-Only ?Regular Packet of the Wth of July.? The new ana magnificent packet ship FIDELIA, 1130 tons burthen, Wm. G. Hackstaff, commander, will sail positively on Wednesday, 16th of July. For terms of passage and to secure the best berths, early ap. plication should be made on board, foot of Beekman street, or to the subscribers, ROCHE, BROTHERS It CO. jy7ec 35 Fulton street, next door to the Fulton Bank.N.Y. " FOR SALE? FRE1UHT OK CHAK1 fc.K? The ?MHWvery tut sailing packet ship, MISSISSIPPI, 650 tons, JttHBS.buiIt in this city by Brown It Bell, salted on the stocks, and resaltcd every yean live -oak and and locust top, live oak apron, semson stern frame, and forward and after cant framee? newly coppered and in perfect order for a three years voyage ? has accommodations for 16 passengers. Apply on board at Orleans' wharf, loot of Wall street, or to juom E. K. COLLINS It Co.. 56 South street. OLD ESTABLISHED EM 1GRAN T PASSAGE ? OFFICE, 61 South St.? Passage from England, Ire ?land. Scotland and Wales? Those sending for their friends would do well to avail themselves of the opportunity of makingtheir arrangements with the subscribers on very mode rate terms, by first class packet ships, sailing from Liverpool Drains can as usual be ftirnished lor any amount, payable throughout the United Kingdom. Apply to JOHN HERDMAN, 61 South st. The msil steamer Hibernia sails frem Boston on the 16th inst, by w nich letters can be forwarded quickly. mv 23 rh Mr FOR GLASGOW ?Regular Packet.? The well nown, fast sailing British Barque ANN HAHLEY, "uncan Smith, master, 490 tons, will meet with quick despatch. ' For freight or psnsage, having excellent accommodations apply on board pier IN. BL, or so WOODHULL fc MINTURNS, jvllrc 17 S >uth street CANI O friei PACKETS FOR HAVRE? 8econd Line? The packet ship BALTIMORE, Captain Edvranl Funk, [Will nail on the 1st of August. or freight or passaga apply to BOVD It HINCKEN, jy2 re No. 9 Tontine Buildings, coi. Wall and Waterctrmt*B tg- FOR SALE? FREKJHT ORCHARTER? The mHH f>very Fast sailing New York built packet shi|> YAZOO jHaijfeCi ? 870 tou?? Lire Oak and Locast toj>. Lire Oak tran som, Hprou and forward and after rants ; Carrie* 2200 bales Ntw Orleans cot on, and hsa handsome furnished accommodations for twenty-six passengers Apply on board at Jones' wharf, or ? K. COLLINS It CO, jyS m 54 So nth street. FOR LIVERPOOL? The superior ship NET ?^^?TUNE, Captain Peach, will sail ou her regular day. Ma For passage, haying unsurpassed accommodations lie Cabin only, apply to JOHN HERDMAN, je27 re HI Bonth ntfwt SCOTT'S BAZAAR, No. 37 DEY STREET. BETWEEN BROADWAY AND GREENWICH STREET. D9 SCOTT retnrns his most sincere thanks to his friends and the public at large, for the liberal snmiort re ceived since he ha* been in business, and hopes by the same strict attention to merit a continuance thereot. The qualities of his Ales, Wines, Liquors and Segars, are too well known to need comment. A large assortment of Refreshments to be had at all times,till twelve at night? such as Beef Steaks, Mut ton Chops, Fried Kidneys, Ham and Eggs, Sardines, Poached fc-KKs, Pickled Tongues, Welch Rarebits, Coffee, Tea, Sic. A good dinner of Roast or Boiled Meat for One Shilling, every day, from 12 to 4 o'clock. Dublin Brown Stout always ou draught. Good Lodgings for ? cents and 37X cents. Cold Cuts at a moment's notice. This House has been proved, by comparison, for years past, to be the coolest and most comfort able in the city No House better supplied with English Irish, 8cotch and city papers. Always the latest news by the Steamers. Good Rooms for Private Parties always ready at a moment's warning ? free ? gratis? for nothing. jeg lm*ec THE CELEBRATED FATE U'AMAJN DES. RGEAT PASTE dissolved in water prove* a very excel lent, pleasant and healthy summer drink; it can be had at the following places I? J. Milhau, No. 183 Broadway: J. R. Chilton, 363 Broadway: A. B. Sand It Co., 373 Broadway; Oass ner It Young, 132 Chatham street: W. R. Ballagh, cor. Cham bers and Chatham streets;?. Merkle, 383 Grand street; W. Kir b^, cor. Division and Clinton streets: Moore, Lent k Co., 193 ? ront street, and at the manufactory, 129 Attorney st; W. For teubach, 14 Hudson St.; J It J. Coddington, 203 Hudson, corner Spring St.; J. W. Bassett, <44 Broadway; Collins ?i Co., 461 Grand street; Dr. Sargent corner 8th street and 3d avenue: John L. Shefflin, 114 Canal street; A. G. Levy, 202 Delancy street, j ii 3 lm*M TO DAGUERREOTYPISTS. OR SALE LOW? The finest Apparatus iu the country ? original cost in Paris S5M. To one who would undertake to furmsli subscribers with a cony on a large sale of the princi pal monuments or landscapes in fie country, this is the very in strument. Apply st 36 South street in the afternoon. jy 12 3t SatMou Weil'rk O1 F jKOlIAN HARPS. the public, that they are now prepared to supply Pianofortes with this iinorovement attached, or to attach the same to any modem ma<ie horizontal Pianofortes. In regard tothe durability of this inveution, N. It C. are prepared to satisfy the most pre judiced mind, their own critical examination and eiperienee warrant them in the aasertion, that the "AColian" will r in tone in any climate, and it will not be affected by uaiisitiona ; of atmosphere. The most satisfactory warrantee is given with i each instrument. The public are invited to examine the " JEolian Pianofortes" ; at their ware-room. No. 240 Broadway, opposite the Park, where also may be found an assortment of 6, 6X and 7 Octave Pianofortes , both in rosewood and mahogany cases. m36 6m*rc CIJMA XSTABLE, COURTLAND ALLEY, between Walker It White Streets, REAR or 398 BROADWAY. EXCLUSIVELY for Geutlemeii's Horses. The accotnmo MU dations are first-rate ? the Stalls extra width, and the Car- ; riage Room excellent. A few Stalls are vacant, and are worthy the attention of gentlemen who wish their Horses to have su perior treatment. jel2 lm*rrr C. . SMITH. Proprietor CARPETING. ' 454 PEARL STREET. T'HK SUBSCRIBERS have just opened the large and spacious JL CARPET WARE ROOMS, No. 4M Pearl street, former ly occupied by Smith, Hewitt It Co., and are now ready in offer l the |>uMic an entire new stock of Carpeting, beaght exprasslv for the spring trade, some of which am exceedingly rich, of new de- 1 signs and colon. Among them max be found? 34 NEW SETTS K1DMIN8TER BRUSSELS^ ii ps. KiDMiNSTin Three ply. SUPERFINE PlNE/iND CC&tMON INGRAIN CARPETING, I r.?, w ana Jute Mats; Oil Cloths, very heavy and in great varieties, from 2 to 24 feet wide; together with all otlier article* usually j found in the trade. The puolie are requested to call au<: exam me 0QMWck '"""ftraisoN a, mKI 7m*tn _ 4*4 Pearl street. Ijt ELT? English Patent Sheathing Fs't, suitable lor roofsof liousft and ship bottoms, a very superior article, and of freat henelit not only to the bottom of vessels, bnl also to the 'oiyr. For sale by E. K COLLINS It CO , Sw Month st. CARVER fc HALL, A RCH1TECTS, Engineers, Building an 'I Real Estate jf*. Agents, 33 Wall street, New York: JI Noith Sixth street, Philadelphia. Plans, Spec ideations and Estimates for Build ing ; Drawings and Specifications lur Patent highls. Real Es '?wedusd ' "dooSHiss3?0'y lMU>ad *nd yojeity STRAYED or Stolra.frota No. * Howard street, | on Sunday morning, a ?mall Y allow Dot, with both , J 1 n Ma tm eropiwd, long tail, and (toes by die nam* of fink- Five Dollars will be given for tha return of said Dog. ju 15 ?t*m | FOR 8AIJS. ?ft _ A PAIR of Dapple Grey Hones, 1< handi high,# iMOuit T yean old, kind awl sound in .very respect. Al '32J..O, a beautiful Sorrel Mare and Top Wa?w. Ihe > Mare ia young, sound and kind, and a desirable saddle be?it; the Wagon ia uf I'rowers' make; been used but once. The . above property will be sold, together or separate, aa the pre* eat owner lias uo farther uae for tliem. Applyt. g jul3 lw*re 4 Mile House, 3d Avenue.** j h/A TO LET, until the first of May nest and immediate i*>? {!nl sesaiou given, of the 3 story house No. 104 First Avenue JiiHL between 0th and 7th streets, The premises have lately Itecu |>ut in compleate order. And all has been minted inside and out. las} June, the Croton water introduced, marble mantle pieces, folding doors, aud it ia well adapted to accommodate one or more families; rent asked to one family for the residue of the year to nest May ia $315. Inquire at tlte office uf John H. Power, Esq., No. 70 Nassau at, corner of John, up stairs from the hours of 9 to 3 o'clock, or of Saml. R. B. Norton the owner, at the aame office ou Tuesdays and Wednesday. lm jy 12"rh tt OT LOOK AT THIS ! ! J ft beat Ca ? .WHVB WW- WWW I..UU. .V W.W 1 Ul W, WltJ I? IW Calf Boots, $3; and the greatest aaaortnient of Gents Gait era of all kinds to be found at very low prices. Also, tlie fimnt Calf Shoes,.$3 >utd ft SO. A great variety of all other kinds. Ladies in this St?re will find a great assortment of Gaiters, Buskins, (Slips, Tiea. Prunella. Satin, lie. For an naaortiuent of all ulher kinds Miaaes and Children's Boots and Hhoes we cannot, be beat in thiacity. Do not in is take the number, 301 Broadway, corner ofFranklin street. jrt3 lrn'rh M.JJAHILL. m KINK FRENCH BOOTH for $3 it: City Made, and ?for style and durability they are equal to those sold for $5, Wat Young It Co's Imperial French Boot and ShoeManu ^ fecturing t)e|>ot, at No.4 Ana street, one of the moat Fash lonable Boot Manufactories in this city. Fine French Dress Booti, made to order, for $4 SO; equal to those made in other stores for <0 and $7. Boots, Shoes, Oa iters, lie., m,de to or der in the shortest notice. Meuding, tcc., done in the store. Win. M. Young It Co. , Wholeasle and Retail Mauufacturers, No. 4 Ann street, New York, near Broadway. WM. M. YOUNG, aad je?4 1m*rc H.B.JONES. INFERIOR TO NONE AND SUPERIOR TO MANY. nt BEAUTIFUL light White plain Summer Hats, price ,76, wluchtfor beauty of finish cannot be surpassed. Also, Drab Beavers, Blue Brush and White Castor Hats, all ol the latest style. Also, Panama Hats, very low. C. KNOX, jelS lm*rc 110 Fulton st, between William and Nassau MILLS, HATTER, 178 BROADWAY, HOWARD HOTEL, fl HAS now ready, an assortment of Summer Hats, to which the attention of gentlemen ia invited, at the fol lowing; prices, vi* French Pearl (a new article) .$400 Pearl Caarimere 3 SO White French (also a new article) 4 00 Smooth White Castor 3 SO Alse, an assortment of Panama, Fine Palm Leaf, Bohemian, and other Hats, suitable for the season. jel2 lm'rrc MILLS, 170 Broadway, Howard Hotel. MILLINERY AND DRESS MAKING. MR8. ROSE, No. 175 Walker street, New York, re spectfully solicits a call from Ladiea wishing any thing in the Millinery or Dress Making line. jelt lm*rh LADIES' FASHIONABLE IIATS. QUI CARL KING, the well known and celebrated first premium Straw Hat and Lace Neopolitan-^^t Manufacturer, 17 Division street, informs the public thathis Straws and Lace Neapolitans are of a superior quality, and war ranted to clean, made in the most fashionable shape, called the Cottage Gipsey. N. B. ? Lace Neapolitan Hats $1 each. Milliners supplied by the case or dozen at reasonable prices, at the Lace Neapolitan Manufactory, 17 Division street. ma lm*rc CARL KING IMPORTATION OF WATCHES. RECEIVED from Switterland, by packet ship I Zurich, an assortment of Watches and Movements of "even- description and af first quality, ready for the wholesale trade, at moderate prices. D KLACILAUSE It MAIRE, ju7 lm*rc No. 137 Fulton street, New York. KOULSTONE'S RiDiNCi SCHOOL, 13T and 139 Mercer Street. MR. JOHN 8. ROULSTONE has the honor tr> inform his friends and the public in geueral, that his Sehoal for Instruction in Horsemanship is now open ly and evening, as follows . ? Hours far Gentlemen from I to I A. M. ? ? Ladies " t A. M. to I P. M. Terms of instruction made known on application to Mr. Roulstone. Mr. R. has just received from the country several fine and stylish Saddle Horses, which he is authorised to sell at a rea sonable price. my7rc Dl "IS IT A HUMBUG f THE PA TENT GALVANIC RINGS AND CRISTIE'S MAGNETIC FLUID. R. CHRISTIE promised tiie American public, when hp introduced hit discoveiy, that it should be tested solely by it* merits. Thousands otjuTeirn certificates might readily hare been presented, but it was believed that it would be more satisfactory to await tome result here, which might prove deci sive as to its truth and efficacy. It is, therefore, with a feeling of pleasure that the following home ceitificates 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 from an editorial which appeared on the 2lth instant, in the "Albany Daily Citiaen"? J. Stanley Smith, Esq., Editor. " The Patkkt Galvanic Rings, which are making such a stir in the world jast now, are a novel iuvention of this age ol 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, who declared to us that their use speedily relieved him of a cough, seated pain in the side, and many symptoms of a pulmonary complaint, and he ia now en tirely well. The second that we shall notice is that ofa young man named Robbins, a resident of this city, who about one year since was visited wit i an attack of Paralysis which affected the whole side of bin body. We accompanied a medical friend to h<s residence, No. 96 Beaver street, on Saturday, to enquire into his case. We found that he had been deprived entirely ef the use of one arm and leg, and that seusation bad been lost to the whole side of his body. He hid been unable to use the leg in walking, or the arm in eating, and the physicians said they could not help him. Within the last few week* he has worn two and four of Dr. Cristie's Galvanic Rings, and used the Mag netic Fluid. and the effect upon his paralytic limbs ia astonish ing. The death-like coldness left them, the numbness began to give way to many sensations of returning life and leeling, perspiration came our freely, and he has been rapidly gaining, and while before he wore the Rings he was unable to articulate distinctly, walk or feed himself ; yet now he talks freely, rides out, walks some, and for the most part is able to help himself. These cases, coming to on r personal knowledve , cert-iinly testi fy to the merits of Dr. Cristie's Galvanic Rings and Magnetic Kluid." Dr. Cristie Dear Sir? 1 have been severely afflicted for the last eight years with cramp in my less and thighs, frequently suffering the most eicraci?ting pains, the cords of my legs having contracted into knots. I have iried every " remedy" that I haveever heard of, without the least saccess. In truth, I seemed only to be getting worse. From a favorable account which I accidentally heard, I was induced to try the effect of your Galvanic Rings and Magnetic Fluid. In less than twenty-four honrs after wear ing two of the Rings, one ou each hand, the severe pain had en tirely left me. and two weeks having now elapsed without any ?ecurrence of complaint, 1 believe a cure has b-eu effected by your discovery, and deem it a dnty to inform you of the lact, and state my willingness to have it mnde public. My wife has been severely troubled with Chronic Rheumatism, affecting her in various parts of the body, which haa been cured, as she be lieves, effectually, by the use of the Rings and Magnetic Fluid, after atrial of hat a lew days. 1 shall feel pleased in satisfying the incredulous of the truth of the above on personal applica t G" SAMUEL 8HIELDS, 195 Eldndge street. Nrw Yiu, June 25, 1145. New York, June S3, 1345. Dr. A. H. Cristie Dear Sir ? I have from mv childhood been afflicted with almost constant nervous headache and rheumatic pains in my legs and arms. I Inve often sufferedso intensely that it has pre vented me from follow .nf my usual occuiwitien and frequently destroyed my appetite. My nn-vous debility and weakness has consequently been so gnat that after having tried almost every thing without any relief, 1 gave up in despair. I was recom mended to try your Galvanic Rings and Magnetic Fluid, and o ily at a friend'# urgent solicitation, was induced to do so. Its effect upon mv system was almost miraculous. After a few hours the application appeared to strengthen my nerves, relieve me of my headache, and I have had no relapse of the rheuma tism or any pains since the first day. I would, therefore, un hesitatingly recommend your Galvanic Rings and Fluid to those afflicted as I have been. Respectfully. JACOB A- OGSBURY, 162 William street. These certificates are published for the, purpose of inspiring an honest confidence in his discovery, which Dr. Cristik be lieves it deserves. If it were neceasary, many others conld be Eiven, which may baseen at the office, 134 Fulton street. In all inds of Rheumatism and Nervous Complaints, the beneficial effect is certain and lasting, and in all cases wh<re the Qxlvanic Batteries or Magnetic Machines are recommended, the Galva nic Rings and Magnetic Fluid, will be found equally benejirial ? mwh iqfrr, and twenty timet 6s cheap. The only place in New York to obtain the genuine article is at Dr. Cristie's of fice, O" 184 Fulto* street, (Snn Buihliug.).^ All imita tion sold elsewhere in the city , are entirely worthless and with out the least beneficial effect. jfD Iw'ec BLUCK. TIN WAKE MANUFACTORY. A GENERAL ASSORTMF.NT of Planished Tin and Common Tin Ware, Cutlery, Hard and Hollow Ware. Wood Ware, Baskets, Brushes, Door Mats, Shaker Selves ana Brooms? in short, every variety ol house-keeping articles. N. B. ? A complete assortmentnfCoffee and TaaUms.Table Dishes and Covers, be., lie., for hotels and steamboats, on hand and manufactured at the shortest notice. JAME8 Y. W ATKINS. ju5 lm* 1? Catharine street. New York, ? liORDEAUX WINES & BRANDY. NF. RICHIT, It Ce., Importer, 204 Broadway offer for ? sale in lots to mit purchasers. the following goods, viz. Bordeaux claret wine, Chateau Margeatix, St. Julian, Ht. Es t#j?he, Hds. Barsar SatUMae &c. Itc. in Casks, bbls, cosset? ill ofsuperior quality. OI<TCognac Brandy, Noeyean and Anisette, in cases of the well known house of Mario, Briiard It Roper in Bordeaux. French mustard and sardines. Bordeaux olive oil, and imperial francs in glass jan and fancy boxes, sealing wax for bottles and corks. All orders will be thankfully re oeivedaud promptly eiecuted, free of caitage. jyl2 2w*rh NEW MUSIC. * IP RILEY ItCO., >97 Broadway, publish and kaer en hand ; ? .an extensive assortment of New ana Fashionable Mnsic, which they offer for sale at wholesale and retail St the lowest possible prices. They asanufacture Instruments ofsuperior can ity? warrant every article they sail, being practically acq" -mi ld with the different branches of their business. Military 'anils enpplied ?t the most reasonable rates. mvlCin'rre TO DENTISTS. A GENTLEMAN giving up business, will sell his entire stockol Instruments, vix: onesnperior double action Chair, Laferta's patent , ore Lathe; full and complete seU of Operating and Mechanical Instruments; together with 150 rials ami Pivot Teeth, lie. lie., for (100 cash, to close the concern. This is s great sacrifice. They have not been twelve months in use, and embrace every article reqnired in the business; or th#y will be sold in lota to suit purchasers. Address " Dentist,' Hera Id office. Jy It I m-rh /lCANO.-fE? cargo of the ship Shaksiieare, direct from Vn Ichaboe, in tight casks, and unsurpassed in quality by any in the market. For sale in lots tosnit purchasers, bv E. K. COLLINS k CO., J? M loath street. Important to Merchant*. We furnish oar mercantile community with the following important instruction# to the Collectors o^ the various ports ia the Uaioa. It will be seen that all unclaimed goods are to be sold on account of whom it may concern sixty days after they arrive, (or ninety dHys if from beyond th? Cape of Good Hope,) ami that a sufficient ]<ortion ol all claimed goods are to be sold to pay duties, if the duty is not paid in sixty or ninety days after completing the en try. Thib will make a general delivery of all mer chandise now locked op in our public stares, and the knowing ones will doubtless be on hand for bar gains. We understand the public stores are well filled with goods included in the instructions : ? Tie?ii:u I)KrARTMENT, July 11th, 1844. 8ia : The Naval Officer at New York, having, under date of the 5th inst., submitted for the oonaidaration aad dec ii ion of the Department, the lubject of interest chargeable by law on failure to pay the duties teaming on merchandize in catk, T have to communicate for your government the following viewa and instructions on the subject. By the 12th section of the Tariff Act of the 80th Au ?st. 181*2, the duties imposed on all imported merchan is, are required to be paid in cash. As ft has long since been judicially settle t, that duties accrue on importation, that is to say, so soon as the goods are brought within any port with the intention of being unladen and sold there, it legitimately follows as a consequence, that if the duties are not paid at the time they accrue, interest at taches and runs from that period until the duties are paid by the importer or owner, or are realized in the mode indicated by law. The date of the entry of the vessel, would therefore ordinarily flx the time when interest on the duties commence* ; but an exception to this- rule oc curs, by reason of the privilege accorded by law, in al lowing Id or 30 working days, dependent on the tonnage of the vessel, for discharging her cargo. Consequently, importers are at liberty at any time, within these speci- 1 tied periods, to make entry ot their goods, and on doing I so, and paying the duties in cash, or by a deposit of mo ney with the Collector, deemed adequate to cover the actual duties on asceitainment, no interest accrues in such cases. When the owner, importer or oonsignee chooses to avail himself of the indulgence allowed by the section before mentioned, and Duffers his goods te go into Public i Store, there to remain for the period of 60 or 90 days, as the case may be, before becoming liable to be sold for the duties, the party must, neverthelete, make entry of his goods before they nre carried to the Public Stores, and permit or order for storage of the goods should be given, as usual in other cases. If at any time, within the Eriods before stated, or prior to the sale, the party comes rward and pays the duties, interest is chargeable from the date of the entry made at the time the goods were stored. 8o, where goods are sold in pursuance of the 12th section of the Act, to make up the duties, interest runs from the date of the last mentioned entry. Before considering the provisions of the 13th section it is proper to remark that the utmost indulgence in re gard to any imported merchandize contemplated by the act of 1842, is simply a forbearance to sell to realize the duties, for tho periods of sixty or ninety days, before indicated. Hence it is manifest that the 13th section contemplated this restriction, and consequently, in its repealiug clause, annuls so much of the AOth section of the act of 3d March, 1700, as allows unclaimed merchan dize to remain in public store for the term of nine months before becoming liable to be sold for duties; otherwise, the owner, importer, or consignee, by merely refusing or omitting to come forward and enter the croods on im portation, could have them depoaited in public store, and the United States kept out of the duties for the space of nine months. This is deemed to be contrary to the in tention and policy of the law, and cannot be sanctioned. Unclaimod goods referred to in the act are considered to be such, whei'e the owner, importer or consignee fails to proclaim himself at the custom house at the time of the entry of the vessel, or before her carge ia dis charged. All such goods must be lodged in the public stores, there to remain for the period of sixty or nirfety days, as the case may be, with the exception of those of a perishable nature, as provided in the law; and at the expiration of these periods respectively, said goods are tone sold, and the proceeds disposed of in the manner prescribed in the section referred to. Interest, in all such cases, is chargeable from the date ef the entry of the vessel in which it is imported. The portion of goods remaining after sale for the du ties under the 13tn section, must do returned to the pub lic stores, there to remain until claimed or sold for stor age. Such sales for storage are, as usual, to be made periodically, viz., at the expiration of nine months. The public sales of goods under the 13th and 13th sec tions, should be made within the first thirty days suc ceeding the expiration of the periods before referred to, and due notice of such sales must be published in two or more of the public newspapers having the most exten sive circulation at your port, daily, for the spare often days prior to the sale. 1 am, very respectfully, Your obedient servant, Signed, R. J. WAt.K?;n, Secretary of the Treasury. I C. W. Lawrence, Esq., Collector of the Customs, New York. Su prrme Court Utica. ? This court commenced its July term in this citj on Monday morning; pre sent, Chief Justice I! ronton nnd Justices Beardsley and Jewett. The folio wi.ef rr> li.-id born disposed oi up to the time of adjournme).'. j estenlsy afternoon : ? Hurlburt rs. O'Brian. ? Conmi ' io; ere eppointod. L. Walker, at torney. Cusp vs. limcfcehboie and others.? In parti tion. Report of commissioners confirmed. D. K. Oiney, attorney. Dlfco it nl n. Pwlmcr ? Application by plain tiffs to stay w:i?to Granted. A. 0. Hand, attorney. The same vs Lewis uud Lewis.- Same motion. Grant ed. N. Hill, for jdiiiutiff<. Lowell and othera ads. Shel don and Smith ?Motion to strike from calendar. Grant ed with $10 coxts. N Hill, for defendants ; 8. Stevens, for plaintiff. Parker v*. Allen and Russell.- .Judgment for the plaintiff on demurrer. F. Kernan for plaintiff. Foster et al. vs. Huron et al.? Judgment for plaintiffs on demurrer. C. P. Kirkland for piaintiH', Pomoroy and Tappan vs. Van Patten.? Judgment for plaintiff on de murrer. J. G. Crocker for plaintiff. Montrose vs. Mon tross et al.? Motion to take money out court Referred to Hallatt, clerk at New York, to ascertain the rights of the parties and pay over the money accordingly. M. T. Reynolds for petitioners. Gillett (receiver, Sic.) vs. Fairchild.? JuJgment for plaintiff on frivolous demurrer. R. H. Gillett for plaintiff. Tuesday. July 8 ?Lansing vs. Wood worth ? judgment for plaintiff on frivolous demurrer. 8. Stevens, for plain tiff. Nivens et al. vs. Strong? judgment for plaintiff on demurrer. K. Kernan for plaintiff ; C. P. Kirkland for defendant Priest vs. Gray, impleaded, tec. Demurrer ?judgment for plaintiff. C. H. Doolittle for plaintiff. The President, Directors and Company of the Ontario Bank vs. Halburt, impleaded, fcc, Demurrer? judgment for plaintiff. E. J. Richardson, for plaintiff. Loucka and Kilts ads. Dillenback, Supervisor, lio. Demurrer to de claration?judgment for defendant, with leave for plain tiff to amend on payment of coats. D. Wright for plain tiff ; M. T. Reynolds for defendant. Waller ads. Gra ham? motion for new trial, denied by default. Mr. Da Witt for plaintiff'. Northrop and Northrop ada. Horton? new trial denied. C. C. Noble for defendant Morgan vs. Thomas et al? motion to set aside report of referees denied. S. Stevens for plaintiff. The Judges of Oneida County ads. The People, ex rel. Kasterb rooks ? certiora ri, proceedings affirmed. S. B. Garvin for defendants. Day ads. Brooks? new trial denied. H. Denio for defen dant. Yorks vs. Pierce and Myers? new trial denied. C. P. Kirkland for plaintiff. Adjourned. Wkdkksdat, July 9.? Priest vs. Gray, impleaded, fcc. ?judgment for plaintiff on demurrer. C.H. Doolittle for plaintiff. Burland vs. Jackson? like judgment. C. H. Kirkland for plaintiff. De Graft' vs. H again an ? like judgment, with leave to amend on the usual terms. S. Stevens for plaintiff. Dean vs. Verplanck et al.? judg ment for plalntiffon demurrer. C. Jenkins for plaintiff. Mary Bodine ads. The People? new trial granted. Gra ham and De Witt for defendant, Clark and Whiting for the People. Adjourned. Thursday, July 10 ? Bossanga ads. Courtin? motion to strike from calendar, and affirm the judgment of the Court below, with double costs, granted. N. Hill for defendant Karle et al. vs. Hoyt, impleaded, fcc.? motion to strike from calendar, granted. C. P. Kirkland for flaintiff. Mr. Mumford for defendant. Bouton at al. vs. 'remper, demurrer? judgment for plaintiffs. W.Tracy lor plaintiff's. Brodic vs. Tremayne? scire fiacias. Pub lication ordered. C. P. Kirkland for pltf. Warner vs. The People. Demurrer. Judgt for deft A. Kaber for deft. Munn va. Furxlon. Like judg't for pl*ff. A. Faberfor deft. The President, Directors end Co., of the Bank of Gene ra vs. Terry et aL? Motion to strike from calendar, aa4 for judgment on demurrer? granted; Mr. Martindale for plaintiff. Granger et al. vs. Morehouse? Judgment for plaintiff on demurrer: F.. Pierson for plaintifl'. The People va. Olmstead? Motion for new trial, on a bill of exceptions; denied, and proceedings remitted to Onon daga General Sessions, with directions to prooeed to judgment; L. Morgan for the People. Luther rs. Par tridge, et al? Motion for new trial muted; M. T. Rey nolds for defendant. Richmond, Impleaded, ada. Marvin ? New trial denied; F.. Pierson for defendant. Dixon vs. Bnttrick impleaded, fcc.? Motion to sat askle report; de nied; J. Kd wards for defendant; Mr. James for plaintiff. Commissioners of Highways rs. Judges Ulster Common Pleas? Certiorari; proceedings of the Judgee afflrmed; J. T. Rameyn for plaintiffs; Spencer and Kernan for de fendants- adj. Faiuay, July 11.? Ihe Mayor, fcc. of Brooklyn, ads. Faulkner ? Judgment for defendants on demnrrer; C. P. Kirkland for defendants; Mr. Dewitt for plaintiff'. Met calfade Eleay? Motion for new trial granted; coetito abide the event. J. Young for defondant; C. P. Kirkland for plaintiff. Kinney vs. Stanton? Motion for now trial denied; I. Harria for defendant; R. W, Peckhand for plaintiff. Adj.? Utica Oat. Horrid Murdrr. ? By the War Eagle from St. Peters, we team that on the 4th inst. fiveperaons en tered the house of Col. Geo. Davenport, on Rock Island, during the absence of his family, and ahot him through the thigh, mortally wounding him, and then dragged hinf through the house, until he told them where his money was, which they took, with his watch. They then tied him fast to an easy chair, and left, and had not been seen when the WarKagle passed down on Saturday morning. They obtained about $600 in Misaouri paper. One of the ! persons was known to Col. Davenport by the name of , Budd, and had been prowling about Reck island with the others for four or Ave weeks. The Colonel lived until 0 P. M. on Friday night, when ha expired, after having nfull particulars of the robbery and murder.? Sr. Rep., Juiy 7. Piw*y Fonrr, Porau? Rivxr, ) June 12, 1846. S Wi Potomac ? Historic Spot* and Hi 'tone Inci dents?Effect! of the Tobacco OfUture? Aristo cratic Poplar t on the Virginia Short? Piney Point Deter i bed, fc., tfc. After no inconsiderable travel- ?lier the annexa tionof Texas ? after (lie " unquestionable right" of the inaugural, and the proposed compromise to the 49th parallel by Mr. Buchanan ? alter the certain con viction, notwithstanding that the plantations of Un cle Sam are soon to occupy the habitable continent of North America, the sell-evident deduction is in evitable, that " this is a great country, air, a great country." Resolved to hazard for one blessed Sabbath an escape from the dust and torrid hsat ol Pennsylva nia Avenue, for the se*-breexea and salt prater, this fine Saturday evening finds your, memorialist at the Piney Point Pavilion, near the;4ebouchure of the Potomac into Chesapeake Bay. Left Washington at 9 A. M. in ill? commodious and fast-moving steamer Osceola, Cajrt James Mitchell, an olaisaTt, used to the water from a boy. The Potomac river at Washington, a hundred mi es from the bay, is one and a qiMMer miles wide, at Alexandria near two miles, gradually widening to its mouth, where, from shore m shore, it is some seven miles and a quarter. It ts certainly one of the most splendid rivers on th?f continent, abound ing. as it does, in oysters, herrings, and canvass back ducks. The first point below Alexandria worthy of note is Port Washington, on the Man-land shore, a forti fication looking down into the channel of the river, and properly armed and defended, capable of resist ing the passage of a fleet of fifty steamerB with Paixham gruns. In 1814, however, it was blown up nnd abandoned at the approach of the ascending British fleet, without the discharge of a single gun; a most inglorious transaction in any emergency. ? But it would not be done ag-iiri, let John Bull make up his mind to that. About a mile lower down, on tne heights, on the opposite or Virginia shore, stands the sacred mansion of Pater Patria:. God bless him. Mount Vernon is a most beautiful site for such n residence. A grove of oaks and other forest trees clothes the front of the hill up to the house, where, upon the summit, immediately fronting the edifice, a line of six or seven aristocratic Lombardy poplars stand out in fine and striking relief above the num berless native trees around and belovr tbrm. Just as we were passing this hallowed ground, hallowed in the heart of every lover of mankind, a gentleman accidentally opened the National intelngmuer of this morning, and read the toast at a late meeting in the North of the Hon. Mr. Winthrop, of Massa chusetts, a toast which does honor to the man and to the State, to wit ? Substantially, that however our country may be bounded, (referring to die annexa tion of Texas, which he had *o strongly resisted,) it is still our country, and is therefore sacred in all our hearts, and should be defended by all our hands. ? Why, sir, the majestic and august figure of Wash ington, appeared in the mind s eye to be visible among the trees of Mount Vernon, bowing in appro bation of the sentiment. Near diis place a broad creek puts in to the river Irom the Maryland side, rejoicing in the euphonious appellative of Piscata way, which, being interpreted from the Indian ver nacular, signifies, we presusie, the river of ducks. ? The next point below is the White House, the site of which, and the contigious lands for miles along the river, adjoining the binds of Washington, be longed to Lord .Fairfax. Here is the spot where Commodore Porter gave Up- British fleet, in 1814, snoh a peppering as they defended with their spoils from Alexandria. Gen. Mason's lands follow next below. The river continues widening, and wherever a creek puts in on either aide, a urge bay haa been constantly to the stream the aspect of a broad and picturesque lake. The Virginia shore, nearly the extent of one hundred miles, is bold ana picturesque, with ' frequent princely mansions, gray with age, the relics of the ancient regime, invaria bly flanked with a line of tall and artstocratic pop lars. Half a dozen of these homesteads of the old aristocracy of Virginia are at some points visible to the view, strikingly dittingui, though from three to five miles apart, from the groups of poplars along the heights. The Maryland shore is fiat and mo notonous, poor as Job's turkey, the lands having been exhausted fifty years ago, from the cultivation of tobacco [Pause a bit, the ladiel are streaming in the water, and common gallantry demands that we should go down and see what's the matter. The squall has blown over, lives lost. Far more comfortable communing with the- millions of read ers of the Herald, than rolling in the salt, surf and sand.] Shores on both side*, lined with fishing booths and shanties. Here and there, along the fiat, sandy coast of Maryland, is a half wigwam and half cabin, where a large family is slowly starvingto death, until the return of the fishing season. The fact is, in Maryland particularly, but also in Virginia, along the whole length of the Potomac, we want an infu sion of northern men, northern industry, and north ern skill, in the resuscitation of the worn out soil. Add these are all that is wanted to redeem the two States. We have endless deposits of marl, a fair climate, a soil easy of cultivation ; but we have not the industry, the system and the economy of the north. From Alexandria to Chesapeake Bay, one hundred miles along thf oldest settled region in the Union, and on the snoaM of one of the most magni ficent rivers in the world, there is not a single town, village, nor even a hamlet of half a dozen houses. You see nothing of human energy ? except the ruins of a past age ? a waste ? a wilderness, | grown up on the foundations of old tobacco fields. 1 fellow naked bankst bare fields, tumble down houses, and 6tunted pines are the peculiar features of the scenery on the Maryland shore, and to a greater extent than is perceptible on the hills in Virginia. We have room for your Northern msn, and now that there is an opening from the annexation of Texas for the transfer , of our slaves, we shall still have more and more inducements to offer to a new substantial white colonization of the old soil, to fill up the vacuum created by the drainage of the West upon our native white population. This is a sugges tion which will ,one day, era long, be fulfilled with the fidelity ot a prophecy, and we nope to li to see it. Piney Point Pavilion is situated near mouth of the Potomac rivdr, vHilch i here full seven miles wide, and salt as- the bay of New York. The Pa vilion is on a rock, point of land, deriving its name from the pines which gi ow so densely in the neighborhood. The buildings present a regular un broken front of five hundred feet of two stories, with a colonnade and gallery tunning the whole length, shaded bv a thrifty growth of China trees, willows, ttec. The beach is not more than 50 yards from the buildings. The other fixtures usual at watering places, bar, ballroom, bathing houses, tec., it is not necessary to describe. Oysters abound iu these regions, and the finest of soft erabs, and Halt water fish. It is rare sport to see a great strad dle-legged crab sidling up to a bacon rind tied to a string, and his peculiar confusion to find that a net has been put under him, and that he is tossed into the sand beforf hb can say Jack Robinson. We have now many visitors at the Point, chiefly from Washington, from which place it is only half a day's steaming. Bloody Astray at Indianapolis. ? We find the following in the Indtanapolit Sentinel of the 0th instant On the afternoon of yesterday, the 4th, an af fray occurred in this city between a negro aad tome whites, in which the negro was Anally killed outright. The name of the negro is said to be John Tucker, about forty-five yoari old, and, previous to this incident, he is said te have been of a quiet and inoffensive disposition. He was, we sre told, formerly a slave In Kentucky, but many years ago honorably obtained freedom, and came to this vicinity, lie had been emplojed on the farm of postmaster ltendei ton for leveral years, up te the time of his death. On the complsiut of two respectable citizens, Nicho ls* Wood, or as commonly csdled, Nick Wood, was ar rested on the charge of having committed this fatal act. The negro defended himself wits desperate determi nation; clabs were used, aud stones and brick bets Hew thick as hail. Wood's right eye was bunged early in the affray, but the person who was most seriously in jured, and narrowly escaped with life, was Kdward Da vis, usually a very quiet perron, who received a severe, though not dangerous ent in the side of his head from a brickbat, said to have been hurled by the negro, while making a retreating fight up Illinois street, when he was immediately lulled. The principal wounds received by the negro were ap parently those en his head. There was a severe one, perhaps the severest, over the right frontal region of the skull, probably made by a club; another on the back of the head; a large gash on the top of the froat head a lit tle to the left ; a hole on the rignt cheek below the right corner of the eye, aad the jawbone fractured; atole cut through the left eer, and several smaller wounds. It was a horrible spectacle. P. 8. Since the above was written, it is ststed that a wiit has been issued for the arrest ef William Bslsnger, on a charge of participating in the afi'ray; but that he has not yet been arrested. A more careful examination by physicians to-day (Sat urday,) proves, that Tucker's skufl was fractured the whole length. The blow which caused it would have feUed aa ox. JT ' : Vicksburb, July 1, 1846. State of Things in Viektbvrg. This city is very healthy, and our mechanics are (ail who are willing to work) very busy. We hare, I believe, between three and four thousand inhabi tants, and within the past year there hare been finish ed sixteen very line brick stores, two stories high, and they are occupied by merchants who are bu siness men. There are seven more brick build inap now finishing, to be like the rest, and one is to bn three stories nigh ; and take the whole twenty- three brick buildings together, they cannot be surpassed for beauty, convenience ana architecture in the goodly city of Old Gotham. Our merchants have all done a good safe busi ness, and some of them are in your city purchasing for the fall trade ; whilst others are on their way, and in a few days the balance will follow for the same purpose ? of filling up their new stores with fine staple and fancy goods. I perceive by the last New York Weekly Nem an extract taken from the Cciutituticnalut, which states that our city is sickly, deaths and dead bodies in the streets, that never occurred, and murders that never hap|?ned, which the author knew to be false when lie penned it. A healthier and better regula ted city 18 not on the great father of waters. As for murders and other crimes there are less here than any where else. We have a police who attend to tneir duty, and let a villain but ehow his face among us, and our (Mays) Sana George will watch him close enough. Should he have committed a crime, here or any where else, he will not escape. Terrible Fire at Matamzas ? Loss Estimated at Eight Hundred Thousand Dollars ?We have the detail* of a great fire in Mataniaa that happened on the 36th ult The following we translate from Lu luvor?,a Matanzas paper of the 27th it appear* that a terete calamity ha* befallen the rich city of Matanzas. At s; o'clock, A. M., the bell* of the Tamil Church announ ced that the richest part of the city v i? seized by the (lame*. In fact, the lire had bunt out, m we are informed in a carpenter'* (hop, in the "Marina," where a large col lection ot timber supplied abundance of fuel to the flame. The fire immediately extended to the adjacent building* , which were all of wood, and of *uch age a* to be highly combuitible, so that the conflagration extended rapidly toward* the Koyal C ustemH?u*o,on the opposite comer, and to the houte of Don LBartoleme de la Mater, which wai *oon seized by the devouring element, threatening to consume the whole town. It i* three o'clock in the afternoon, and we have just lett the scene of the catas trophe ; and while the ruins of the edifice* of the whole Marina are consuming, the principal block and another adjoining it, have disappeared. A great part of the con tiguous blocks in the West have also been destroyed in part. We may truly say that what has been the general depot of the great part of the commercial wealth of theii' city, has now been made a prey to the flames. The losie* have been incalculable, and coniternation so great that the (treet* wore blocked up with men, wo men and children flying for their live* from the flame*. The splendid house of Don Vincente de J unco has been destroyed. The fire had hardly commenced when we had the satisfaction of seeing all the authorities of the town upon the spot, to whose exertions it is owing that the losses have not been more extensive. The Diario says the fire has destroyed two entire square* r.nd a third part of two more, and the loss in merchandize, houses, lie., will, in its opinion, be two millions of dollars. There was entire order throughout the fire. Many iiersons were injured. The Aurora describes the calamity, and compares it with the hurricanes, &c. The fire bells, we are told, ran for six hours, and the artillery omployed in battering down the houses, the thick imoke that obicured the *ky , the crowd* of flying inhabitant*, and the heape of furni ture and rood*, with the movement of the troop*, formed a heart (tokening picture. The number or home* deatroyed i* set down in the Aurora as upwards of 00; the loss $800,006. It is report ed that several lives were lost, but no names given. The following is a list of the principal houses and es tablishments that have been burnt down:? The houses of Don Bartolome de la Mater? of Dou.Vigaate.dal J unco (with TOO boxes of sugar) and the adjiofling provision store of Srs . Mullerat k Atzara, whose lo** 1* estimated at $80,000: the house and (tore of D. Jacinto Azania; house and itore called Pasatiempo, of Senor Deville ; the storehouse or depot of Messrs. M allory & Co. ; the M arina Coffee house; tike provision (tore of Messrs. Markles k Co.; the provision' stor* of Rivas k. Baro. with most of the goods, including many boxe* of *ugar, bag* of coffee and pipe* of wine; the store of Messra. Mallory k Co.; the store of Carlos Rib era. The steamboat store-house of D. Antonio Maazanet . and several shops, the houses of D. Jaime Torrens and D. Juan de Sarria, the Fonda LI Cierro de Oro, the house of Donna Catalina Guiteras, in which was the American Hotel, a beer shop, a depot of provision* and fruits, and corner shop fronting on the Hotel de Comer cio. Other house* and establishments have also lost some thing among them , that of William Jenks and of Simon de Juneno ; the hotel of Mr. Babin, the house of Louis Lavalette and of Sr. Ouanaurd. Fatal Accident at Ska. ? On Saturday after noon, during the thunder Btorm, the brigOraloo.Capt. Kamum, of Damariscotta, (from Boston, Friday, P. M.) was knocked down. She was at the time aboat half way between Seguin and Cape Elizabeth. 8he was nearly light, and had seven female passengers and two children? all of whom were in the cabin at the time of the disaster. Their name* were, Mrs. Ford and child, wife of Dr. Ford, of Damariacotta ; Mra. Bates and child, of Boston : Mra. Dnnbar, of Nobleborough ; Patience and Abigail Montgomery, and Abigail Coomb*, all of Da mariscotta ; and another lady, whose nan e and place of reiidence at* not reccollected. The O. wai in company with the echooner Albion," of Damariicotta, and Debo rah of New Tedford, which veisel* escaped any damage, and immedivdly came to the assistance of the O. It be ing evident l y the noise* in the cabin that the passen ger* were alivo. hole* were cnt in the deck, and all the paisengers drawn from their perilous (position but Mrs. Dnnbar, Mr*. Ford and child; Mrs. Bates' child, a babe of three months, wa* withdrawn at the same time, but was dead. The mother says she was on one side of the cabin dressing her hair, and her child lying in the berth on the other, at the moment, and she could not get it to save it. These five passengers having been saved, they were taken on board the schooner Albion, and she proceeded on her way to D. The boats of the O. having been swamped, the crew oi the Deborah still remained about her, to render what assistance they could, and to get the bodies. Having remained three hours, they were just leaving, when one of them thought he heanl a noise in the cabin, and another effort was induced, when having cut through two bulwarks, the wife of Dr. Ford and her boy, eight years old, were found to be alive, and rescu ed. The body of Mrs. Dunbar was also found, which composed all the passengers. The salvation of Mrs. Ford was fruly wonderful. She and her son were three hours in that cabin, almost buried in water. In talking with some friends before she sailed, they narrated how a woman was saved in similar circumstances a year^or two since in a Hhigham packet, and it gave ber courage during all those, to her interminable three hours, to struggle for life. Her head having risen between the heavy beams of the cabin roof, she was left a brea thing place, free from the water that filled the cabin. Having fortunately also secured a firkin cover, she got it under her feet, which just raised her mouth above the water. With one hand she held the boy and with the other kept up a knocking with a mustard box against the roof of the cabin, lacerating her hand badly the mean time. For three hours, which to her were an eternity, did she cling to her boy and to life, till the dull ticking of her feeble tocsin of alarm fell on the oar of her rescu ers as they were about abandoning their noble efforts. It was by the merest accident that she left behind her her little girl at Cambridgeport, and muoh against her will at the time. But her change* of purpose saved it* life. On Sunday forenoon the wreck was discovered from this city aud preparations made to send help. The cutter attempted to get out, bnt for want of a breeze could not lucceed. In one hour, the propellor, General Warren had (team on her and was on her way. She found the wreck twenty-one miles from the city, aud made fast at six o'clock. At half past three this morning got her into the harbor. Mrs. ford will leave at eight this morning, for her homo, to contradict, by her pre sence, the fearful news that has goao before, of her death. Her appearance will be like the resurrection of one from the gra rt.? Portland ,'lrgut, July 14. From Sandwich Islands. ? The whaleahipTimo leun.lute Planked, of New Bedford, arrived home oh Saturday in charge of Midshipman J. Hag an Brown, late sailing master of the U. S. brig Perry, having been abandoned at Tahiti, Sandwich Islands. The Timoleon, says the New Bedford Mercury, sailed from this port Oct. 9, IMS, and when about six month* out, Caat. Pteakett fell from aloft and injured his head, probabfy deranging his faculties. The T. has been at Tahiti and its vicinity during nearly the whole period of her absence and has taken only about 100 barrels of oil, when taken charge of by the u. 9. brig Perry, we under stand that but one individual of her crew remained on beard. Midshipman Brown reports the losaof the ship Ave rick, Capt. Reycard, of New Bedford, on the island of Ulitea, Feb. la, having been blowa on shore in a violent gale from N. W., and sunk in 1} hours after striking the shore. The wreck was sold (or eighteen hundred dol lars, and her crew landed at Tahiti, Fab. 9Mk. The Averiek had en board 800 bbls. oil, (70 ?PongO The U. S. brig of war Perry arrived at Tahiti, Society Islands, January 9Hth, and saluted both the French flag and protectorate with ill guns, sailed again 7th February for Honolulu, to meet the U. S. frigates Bnmdywtne and St. Louis, thence to proceed to the canst of South Amer tot. H. B. Majesty 's frigate Talbot arrived at Tahiti Febru ary 10, and In consequence of her commander's refusing to salute the French Protectorate flag, Oov. Bruat order ad a boat from the French frigate Uranlan to row a guard around her, and allow no communication with the shore, which was strictly enforced. The Talbot, with Hon Gen. Miliar on board, was towed to sea on the 1Mb, by H. B. Majesty's war steamer Salamander, intending to touch at Hlattor, another of the Society Islands, and thinco fit Honolulu. Mr. Brown fhrniahas Col. Hatch, with the Mat of offl cora on board the Parry. J. 8. Paine, Commander; N. H. Harrison, F. M. Crossan, John C. Howell, Lieutenants; James Tilton, Puraer; J. D. Miller, Bargaonj B D-Ben I ny, Walter W. Queen, E. F. Stone JVJidahipmen; Henry B. Wrfghtman. Captain's Clerk; William lengen Boat swain- WUllam Collins, Ounnor; J. Wont, Carpente>; J. Lown, Maetert Mate.

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