Newspaper of The New York Herald, July 20, 1845, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated July 20, 1845 Page 1
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NEW YORK HERA L D? EXTRA. Vol. XI., Ifo. l?T-Whol? Ho. 4050. Frlc? Two ContJU SEVEN O'CLOCK, A.M. BY AI>A.MH?S;CO.'S KXPKES8. FIFTEEN DAYS LATER FROM EUROPE. ARRIVAL OF THE STKA1MHHIP BRITANNIA, AT BOSTON Large Sale and Slight Improvement In the Cotton Market. ADVANCE IN AMERICAN SECURITIES. Increase Demand for American provisions, Activity in the Mtmnfacturlng Districts. By the arrival of the steamship Britannia, Capt. Hewett, at Boston, from Liverpool, we have advices fifteen days later from all parti of Europe. The news is of very little interest. The prorogation of Parliament, it is confidently expected, will take place about the middle of August, -Jif \ which the Queen and Prince Albert will leave tor Germany. The Madrid Gazette publishes a despatch, an iiouncing the capture of Cabrera, the famous Carli.-i General, by the French authorities. Hewastaktn on board a fishing smack near Leocate. The Paris National states that M. Guizot had had a new attack of illness, which caused t?ome alarm to his friends. The United Service Gazette states, that in conse quence of the massacre of the crew of the Wasp, on the coast of Africa, it has been determined to give no quarter to slavers offering the slightest resist ance. The person lately arrested in New York under the Ashburton treaty, arrived in the Great Western, in charge of an officer. The Juurnul des Debates contains an account of the Russian Count Apraxin, his wife and children, be ing burned in vengeance by their infuriated serfs, lie treated his murderers.it is said, with unheard of cruelty, and the ^terrible retaliation is therefore the less surprising. The German booksellers talk of owning establish ments in the United States, to protect themselves against what they consider the literary piracies which exist there. The Earl of Winchilsea and Nottingham has ad dressed a letter to the Protestants of Great Britain, calling upon them to establish nation clubs, for the support of Protestant principles, in every county and borough of the kingdom. Mr. Bentall, a member of the London Stock Ex change, whose liabilities amount to ?70, 000, has lulled. Fraudulent bills of exchange are, according to the Banker's Magazine, in extensive circulation. The dinner to Mr. O'Connell, in Galway, has been fixed for the 28th of July next. The Wexford Repeal demonstration will take place about the fume time. On Saturday last, the Ojibbbeway Indians, now sojourning in the metropolis, paid a visit to Guy's Hospital, to view the grave of one of their chiefs, who died of snnll pox in that institution about thir teen years ago. The New American Consul. ? General Arm strong, the new American Consul, arrived in Liver pool on the 28th ultimo, by the Great Western. Un happily, the American Consuls of this port during the last dozen years have been so numerous, and their term of office so brief, that just as they were becoming known and respected, their official career has been cut short by a missive from home. Such a system neither does justice to the individual nor to the Government which appoints him. Let us hope that the new Consul will be permitted to enjoy his honors during, at least, the Presidential term. Colonel Todd. ? We have the pleasure of stating that the American Minister at St. Petersburg, so de servedly popular in the Russian capital, has been ap pointed a member of the Imperial Agricultural So ciety ? an honor never before conferred upon a fo reigner. The Great Westeun^and Cambria. ? The Great Western arrived here on the morning of the 27th ultimo, bringing American |>h pers to the 12th; and the Cambria arrived here also in the afternoon of the same day, bringing papers to the 16th, tour days later. The voyage of the Cambria is the shortest on record? ten day* sixteen hours! including her run ning into Halifax, to laud her mails and passengers. The news by both these arrivals reached London on the 27th, through private expresses. The New York Packet Ships. ? Since our last publication two Mew Vork packet ships have arrived front that city at this port, supplying the Europeun market with later intelligence from the wettern he misphere ? the Cambridge, Captain Barstow, and the L'.itnck Henry, Captain Delano. To both of these able ami intelligent gentlemen our thanks are tender ed, lor th?*ir prompt and polite attention to us on boarding their ships for our newspapers ? the early delivery of which enabled our private express to reach London in the short space of six hours from leaving Liverpool. The papers by the Cambridge, giving an account of the destructive fire at Quebec, on the arrival of our express in London, excited the most intense interest. Commercial. ? The state of the weather com mands at the present moment, much attention. The temperature, during the last tew days, has not been so high as when the last packet sailed. There has been a good deal of rain, accompanied by piercing winds, succeeded by occasional heat and sunshine. Hut the general character of the weather has been favorable to the crops, and wheat is now in ear in the southern pat ts of the kingdom. The next six weeks will decide the fate ol the coming harvest; and, during that period, the fate of the agricultnrist, not less than the politician will be influenced by the weather. Any decided opinion on the result would, of course, be premature: but this mny be said ? an admitted tact on all hands ? that the next bnd har vest will seal the fate of the Corn laws. The hum be r of England is not few who would submit to the inconvenience and loss of a bad harvest tor the sake of cancelling the prohibitions on the free importa tion ol grain. The. struggle between the landed and the commercial clnsses on this point has been mark ed with much fierceness during the last half-dozen years, but it is now drawing to a close, and victory assuredly points m the direction of " ships, colonies, and commerce." An importation of 1(X) tierces of slave-grown su gar, the produce of the Island of Cuba, was offered for sale yesterday by Messrs. Priestly, (irillith nnd Cox, brokers, There was a considerable attend ance. The sugar was divided intoloisof ten tierces ??.tell, and consisted of several different qualities. ? The oilers for the first lot of two tierces commenced at 18s. perewt. in bond, and tor some time nothing higher was bid, although it was stated that similar su^'ar in London was selling at 24s fid. The next offer was 18s 8d, beyond which there was an evident disinclination to go, and consequently the whole was withdrawn, it was understood that sales would have been effected at from 21s to 2-ls. The with drawal was the result of the uncertainty which hung over the ministerial views respecting the admission of Cnbenn sugar. 'J he ion trade is somewhat unsettled, but fair rates are demanded and maintained. A large failure has liken place in this town during the week, and ru mour, with her hundred tongues, is making tree with the mimes of others. In such a business, where the speculation has been so enormous, it is impossible to pay what a day may bring forth. I'aki.iamk!?tar\ ?Symptoms of ihe se*sion draw ing to a close are observable in the withdrawal of a number of bills. There is no parliamentary session t>i which the memory of man extendeth, where la bor ot a more severe and continuous kind has been exacted froin.llie representatives of the |>eoplc, and the royal speech which dismisses them to their jT.spective districts, will be addressed to weary frames, and, it may be, impaired constitutions. Many a promising stateman lias sickened and ex pired in the pursuit of the reputation which can only be had in the House of Commons. Hut stppolent is ambition, tint men? even those destitute of all the requirements of legislators ? will desert their "happy homes und altars free" to luxuriate for a time in the unhealthy atmosphere of the Commons. This year the pressure of railway business has been unprece dented, and the worst feature is, that it has not been hall disposed of, nor can it be, even it the session were to continue until the end of the year. ? Some plan might be readily etrected, if the ilouse were less tenacious of its privileges, to divide the labors, with satisfaction to the large parties mainly interested, and to the country at large. Local tribunals, properly constituted, and well ac quainted with the part of the country to which j the proposed enactment refers, could readily be , I formed, which would ut once answer the purpose ? and save the enormous expense which now attends an application for a parliamentary act. But the om nipotence of their privileges is so sacred in the eyes i of members, that rather than allow their drudgery ! to be shared by others, they will continue to sweat and fume under the infliction untU exhausted nature can 110 longer sustain the tug. Apropos of privileges, the House h is had a solemn "talk" on the oft moot ed question arising out of the collision with the Law Courts. In the interminable ease between Howard, , the litigious attorney, and the Sergeant-at-arma, Sir , William Gossett, Lord Denman, and Judges Cole- : ridge and Whiteman have advanced opinions which 1 strike at the root of that exclusive power over i their own acts which the House of Commons have asserted with terrific effect in by-gone days, and the retention of which they now deem essential to their legislative inde|iendence. The Commons thought proi>er in an evil hour to allow ihe judges to adjudicate on their privileges, and the result has been what every one, who has ob served the peculiar formation of a lawyer's mind, anticipated ? an adverse decision. When the Hon>e allowed its law officer 1 1) plead the action brought against its servant, it inflicted "u heavy blow and great discouragement" on itself ; and, as is usual in such cases, one false step is about to be followed up by another ? bringing a writ of error to set aside the decision of the judges. If the writ of error fail ? as fail ie all probability it will? the House talks of as suming the offensive, \\ ith what effect it remains to be seen. In the meantime) public opinion is against the House, and in favor of the legal tribunals of the country. This is the more extraordinary, when it is considered that a popular body like the House of Commons has a right to expect support nnd sympa thy from the great public out of doors ? those whose privileges, thus jeopardised, is the question at issue. But popular sympathy has always been fickle. The greatest men have felt its waywardness, the meanest men have been flattered by its existence. There is every reason to believe that the Irish Collegiate Bill will prove a failure in the working The Irish members headed by O'Connell, who have come over to Parliament in connexion with the measure, have not succeeded in iiersuadina the go- | vernment to accede to the requirements of the Irish Catholic Bishops. On Monday, when the House went into committee on the bill, Mr. O'Connell read a strong letter from the Archbishop of Tuam, Dr. M'Hale, condemnatory of tne bill. The govern ment li.t s made some concessions, but not enough to satisfy the Irish ecclesiastics. The bone of con tention is the religious education of the pupils. Mr. ! O'Connell requires the presence of the Episcopalian, Presbyterian and Catholic clergymen in the new \ Colleges, so that the religious equality of all may be unexceptionable. This seems fair enough, but the government set out with a de termination to have nothing to do with the religious education %>f the pupils, and to this view they still adhere. They are willing to allow the differ ent religious communions to establish Professor ships of their own creeds; but as the Protestants are the most wealthy, and the Roman Catholics the poorest |>eople, O'Connell contends that the pro posed arrangement will not put the pupils of the lat ter, who will form the majority in the new colleges, on a fair footing with the former. There may pos sibly. he says, by private endowment, be six Protes tant clergymen, and only one Catholic. The mea sure is thus opposed in the House of Commons by the ultra-Prote-tantu, headed by Sir Kobert Jnglis on the one hand, and by the ultra-Catholics, lead by \Ir. O'Connell and Ins tail, on the other. Lord John Russell, seeing that the measure will not be regarded in 1 1 eland as an " olive branch," expressed Ins doubts whether it ought not to be withdrawn on the third reading. But the Bill, in all probability, will pasa? another painful record of the futility i>i attempting, by acta of Parliament, to harmonize a people who are distracted by the differences of race and religion ? whose organization is, as the phrase *oes, ''wide as the poles asunder." The House of Commons, now that they have brought the Irish members within the walls of St. Stephen's, threaten to make them work on the rail way committees, and perform their portion of the drudgery of legislation, like others. For this pur pose, notes, requiring their attendance next week, have been addressed to Mr. Smith O'Brien, Mr. John O'Connell, and others. These gentlemen have declared their determination nit to sit on any com mittee whose duties are connected with, 01 relate to, England. The matter will probably engage the attention of the Ilouse, when it is sure to give rise to a "scene." The StujAR Duties? Cuba and Porto Rico.? The correspondence between Lord Aberdeen, the Foreign Secretary, and the Spanish Ambassador, the I">uke de Sotomayor, relative to the admission into England of the slave-grown sugars of Cuba und Porto H ico, has been laid on the tables of Parlia ment. The correspondence is somewhat volumin uos, the reitly of the earl of Aberdeen filling more than two closely-printed columns of the daily papers, but the substance may be hrieily stated. The Span ish Minister rests his claim upon the treaty of 1713, ?subsequently renewed, that Spain should be. ad mitted to trade with this country on the terms of the most favored nations ; and he con tends that the terms of that and other trea ties extend to the colonial dependencies of Spun. Lord Aberdeen takes two grounds of objection to this claim? first, that the treaties be tween England and Spain excepted the West India Colonies of both countries; and secondly, that the subjects, not the produce of Spain, were alone en titled to what is called "the most favored nation clause." The grounds upon which the decision rest are of less importance than the decision itself. When the question was first mooted, opinion seem ed to be in favor of the admission of the slave pro duce of Cuba and Porto Rico; but when the subject, in all its bearings, had been analysed, this view dis appeared under the growing conviction, that how ever the treaties might be held to apply to Spain, they did not extend to hercolonies. This result has greatly disappointed the Free Trade party, and has elated, in the same degree, the West India interest. By the former, the ques tion was held to involve the admission of the pro duce of Brazil, an excellent English market ? lor if the slave sugars of the Havana were admitted upon whatground of justice or expediency could we ex clude those of our best customers 1 Ry the latter, this decision is held to have taken out of the field the most formidable competitor which the British tropical colonists could possibly encounter. So doubt exists that West Indian Sugar must have receded in price if the two Spanish islands in ques tion, which produce more than all of them put to gether, wm allowed to enter with a differential duty of only ten shillings per cwt. As it is, the West Indians have little to fear from Louisiana or Venezuela, and considering the distance of the mar kets, they seem likely to retain permanent posses sion of the home trade. Ireland. The social condition of Ireland is at the present moment distressing ? painful ? most de plorable. The physical destitution of the people impels them to crime. The disputes nbout land give rise to assassination. A few days back, n magistrate named Hooth, in the county of Cavan, while returning from church in a gig with Ins children, was shot by a man who escaped with ! impunity after committing the murder. The wretch hardly accelerated his movements when his victim was no more, and yet till attempts to arrest or to trace him have been fruitless, owing to the sirange and brutal propensity of the Irish peasantry to screen great culprits from the con ] sequences of their crimes. This sympathy with i criminals has always been characteristic of the i Irish peasant, and while it may be vain to account I for such a morbid feeling, it is undeniable that its existence is the fruitful source of outrage and | murder. The " wild pistice of revenge," as it is termed, is carried in some of the rural districts of the sister conntry to a degree of refinement that would shame the North American Indian. It is a singular anomaly in the Irish character, that while the people are generous to a fault, and will share with a stranger or a pauper their last crust or pota toe, they arts deadly in their hatred against all whose conduct has a tendency to restrict theni of a crumb or deprive them of a bean stalk. Sirange inconsis tency! We are constantly horrified by accounts of I fatal lends between the nearest relatives, arising out , of the possession or the dispossession of a few yards i ol soil. Mr. OTonnell asserts that there are al the | present moment four millions and a hall of paiqiers I in his country; if true, 1111 astounding, and, as regards ihe British (rovernment, a disgraceful confession. With such combustible materials it is useless to ex pect permanent peace, or sat- ry lor life or property . A military force has been Be ' into the disturbed district:-', but the chronic vo.n, 'uinl of the country will not yield to mere blood-' *t : ; ig. While O'Connell id in i'arl' in ut the proceedings of the Repeal Association de-en and excite little attention. He is the ruling t- iu>, and in bis ab sence the vacuum is painful. 1 !i? power is omni|K> tent ; and while he boasts of pn *e.- -ing over count less myriads a moral authority which is yielded to no living monarch, the assertion is riot an idle boast, i But who is to succeed lnni ? What pigmy is to be clothed in the pi. mi's armour ? The man is ad vanced in life? th'1 sear and yellow 1-uf is thick upon him. These are questions which It is difiicult i to answer. I r: on whom t i ? untitle is to fall is mat ter of ecu \j!ui>; : but tile .-boulders have yet to be formed, i m tolerably dear, capable of bearing tne burden. The '? Mil bo*\" while 111 Parliament re cently, h.v shown, it -.vfver, that if the mere corpo real frame s no1 t;t its i'ri^tine vigor, his intellect I burns as bn:;h':y an 1 vividly as ever. Some of his addresses. 1 i but terse, have displayed that v^sa tility so . mired m till good actors ? of adapting themselves to tl: ir audience. .puln. Tiie Carlists had cv . deutly expected that the pro mulgation of the act of d> licaiion of Don Carlos, and the manifesto of his son, would have been most fa vorably reoeived bv the Spanish nation and the Spanish people. But precisely the reverse has been the case. Both government and people seem determined that on no consideration whatever, shall the young Queen marry the son of Don Car los. Immediately on the abdication becoming known in Madrid, several councils of mini sters were held, and it was proposed to issue a counter-manifesto; but this was abandoned in com pliance, as is said, with the earnest wishes of Christina. Since then, however, the violent, hot headed, and blustering Narvaaz has issued an order to the army, in which lie declares, in the most deci ded and explicit terms, against the prensionsot Don Carlos' sou to the Queen's hand. The roucli soldier bluntly cnlls Don Carlos himself a "rebel." There is no doubt that Christina is anxious to bring about a wedding between her nephew (lion C trlos's son) end her daughter, and notwithstand ing the violent demonstration made against it by the press ? by a section of the C 'hatnber ofDeputies, who met privately to discuss the matter ? and last, and above all, by the cabinet, she will move heaven and earth to effect it. Switzerland* The Sardinian Government had consented to al- j law l)r. Stieger to be confined in one of its fortresses: j ind Stieger himself had been coaxed or bullied into j signinga document, declaring his readiness to be con- ' fined, notwithstanding he had before protested most ( loudly against it. Before, however, he could be remo ved, he contrived to effect nis escape from prison, and is now at large. The escape is a great mortification to the ultra party, and, of court, a great triumph to the rad- I teals. Stieger was undoubtedly ready to have taken ! irms, but his cause was that of an immense minori I ty, if not a majority of his iellow-countrvnien, and nis imprisonment could have been more of an eni | barrassment than a triumph to those whose authori i ty he defied, and who got the upjicr hand ofhirn. ? i Slieger's escape has been erthusiustically greeted wherever he has appeared. Switzerland is in a very agitated state. The radicals have long designed to break out again, by i my kind of reaction, and the Jesuites are determin ed tokeesthe triumph they have gained. It is pain ful to see countrymen thus prepared to shed each other's blood. Some Englishmen are scouring the length and '?readth of the land, for the purpose of ascertaining if it be practicable to undertake the formation of railways on an extensive scale. Sweden. The laws lately passed are very unpalatable in leed to the aristocracy. Not only do they extend the political privileges of the people, hut one of them provides that family successions shall be equally di vided among ull the children, and not go, as hereto fore, nlmoft exclusively to the eldest son The ef fect of this will be, that in the course of lime, there will be no aristocracy, for it is the law of primoge niture alone that keep9 up the aristocracy. Overland Mull from India and China. The Overland Mail arrived in London on the 1st instant. We have just received, by extraordinary express, | >ur files of papers brought bv the Overlaid Mail; bv j which we have intelligence from Bombay of the 20th ; ? ! ay, and from China of the 2Mb March. The in formation conveyed to us by this urnval is interest tng, but not important. The Victoria arrived at Suez oil ilie 11th ul(. (out 22 da) s from Bombay) with the ibove mail and 82 passengers. She was despatched eleven days in advance of the usual time of sailing in consequence of the monsoon, which she did not, I lowever, seriously encounter. The passengers per | Victoria would have to remain in Egypt until thear- j j rival of the Iberia, about the 21st ult. The subjoin- ; ; '-d extracts are copied from the Bombay Times of the 20th May : ? The hot weather has now set in: the monsoon is it hand; and our communication with Scinde by sea is for th * present cut ofl. The Bhoogties h lve been it their old trade again, plundering all around, just as if there had never been an expedition amongst their mountain?, and Bejar Khan was still ut their lietid. In attacking the Murreesthey appear to have had the worst of it, having hecn defeated with con siderable slnughter, and the booty they were bearing <>fi re-taken. The robber tribes destined for perma i aent expatriation bad crossed the Indus at Sultkur, ; about tlic 24th April, for their new location in the I IChyrpore territories. The troubles in the Funjauh : continue unabated. It is now thought that Coolah i Singh must have been of insane mind, or in that ?slate of dwmentatiou which affects those predestined to fall, before he could have abandoned his moun tain stronghold to place hinuelf in the power of the ; mob or soldiers at Lahore. As yet there is neither j semblance nor trace of even the embryo of agovern | ment. The Ameer of Cabool is said openly to have ? abandoned all idea of invading Peshawur ? moved chiefly thereto by th* belief that we are about to oc j eupy the I'uujaub, Gwalior, and the oilier places in i which, little more than a twelvemonth since, such j wild disirder reigned. The kingdom of Oude is i fast approaching that state of anarchy and confusion, i in which it will become imperative on our govern i ment tofinterlere in its affairs. Kandahar ? The sirdur.s of Kandahar have, to I all appearance, been considerably alarmed by the ; military operation of Sir Charles Napier, and wrote to the Ameer Dhost Mahomed, to beg he would j prevail on the British authorities not to think of nio- j losting them. ( )ur news from China extends to the 20lh of March, but is of no importance. Our letters from Calcuttn are to the 13th of May, from which we learn that on the 9th a destructive tire Ibroke out in the office buildings of Messrs. Macvicar, Smith & Co., which, with all they con tained, were entirely destroyed ? books, papers, and all. The lire soon seized the premises of Messrs. Sewers A.: Co. adjoining, which quickly shared the same fate; here, fortunately, a portion of the books, property. \ c , was saved. Messrs. Kilby >V Co. also were sufferers, but principally in household fur niture. How th<* fire originated was not known. The joss of Macvicar, Smith A* Co. is estimated at aboni 2J lakhs of rupees. The total loss of all, in cluding the buildings, is estimated at about 5 or 6 lakhs. Such a fire, it in believed, has not occurred in Calcutta since it was taken by Surg-oo-dowlah in 1706. Accounts reached Calcutta of the total destruction j by lire, of the American ship Virginia, at about 10 i A M., of the 5th instant, about twenty-five orthirty j miles to the southward of the outer floating light. ? j j All hands were saved excepting the supercargo.? ' i She was homeward bound. ? Calcutta Star, May 7. Mnrketa. l,o* do"! Monkt Mahki :r, Ji ly 3.? The money market i has, for tlio last fortnight, been very <|uiet. The trans | action* have beou ipiite of a routine charactcr, anil not i of sufficient weight to sway the market. On the whole there has been a decline of about h per cent, or rather more. Consols at the close of the market to-day being quoted AS to WjJ for the Account; Bank Stock, -.MOJ to 'JI1J; K.xchequer bill*, ftfts to 67? premium; Three per Lents, lloduced, !I9| to |; Tliroe-an.I-a-Qnarter per Cents 102 to f-ong Annuities, II}; and India Bonds, 7 1 s to 73s premium The market for for Foreign Securities has been very inactive, and there is not in other respects any prominent feature. Trices havo been generally steady. Mexican have shown a tendency to advance. Columbia have improved in value in consequence ol Messrs. Baring Brothers having commenced the conversion of the Now Orcnadian portion of the Colombian debt, and the pa; ? ment of 4s. ti.l. dividend. This produced a little business at the time of the announcement of such being their in tention, but the dealings did not assume any important | character. Spanish have been flat, with less fluctuation ; thin is even ordinarily the ca?e when operations in that ; ! market are quite as limited as they have been through out the week. Spanish Three per cents left oil 3H; tu 30 J; the Five per Cents, !J7J to J; Portuguese, 01} totiiij; : Peruvian, III toM: Mexican, 3ti} to 37; the Deferred, 'il to i J; Dutch Tun and a Half per ( cuts, tijj to J, the Four per Cents, 0HJ to OOJ; Danish. SHI to H0J; Columbian, 17/ to isj; ( hilian, 94 to 101; Buenos Ay res, t.M to Irtl; : Rrorilian, sn to !H?; ami Belgian, oo to inn ; A very spirited meeting of the Mexican Bondholders wan held on Tuesday , the object of which was t,o take measures to compel Messrs Lizard i St < p to pay over the fund* remitted to them by the Mexican ' H?vof umcnt foi the payment of the dividends, and deliver the accounts over to Messrs. Schneider ami Co , th? notvlj appointed agents; the suin supposed to be ill their lir'tuL' in be tween 1.1X1,000 and j?70,000. Mcssis Li/rarni ?U'e?that they have no funds; it is supposed they hiv applied them to Other payments than tUc legitimate urn' of pay ing the intei <"t, but they decline to iciidar to THtt new Dgcnts any account, or deliver to thciu any ilo" :*"ont?, unless they a>e prepared to discharge a c'niffl the* make upon the Mcxican government lor a large balance which they say is due to them. Tho meeting appointed c com mittee, * ho were authorized to take legal s'.? -p- if ne cessary (tho e.\| :nse of whidi the bondholder igreed to pay) to compel Messrs. I.i/.urji &. Co to ha n uver tho moneys legitimately owing to the bondholders. [From tho Circular of Massrs. Geo. 1 1 jIi 1 Liverpool Cotton Market. ? llrport f?> ?/? 1 end ing Jiinr 30.? The increased demand iro the trade, which set in at the middle of last w eek, us noti in our circular oi Friday, has been continued up so t> ? esent time; perhaps it sa more limited to-day than t > i . been since that period. The result has been u sligl i > mgth euing of pi ices, applying only to the middling <1 1 ses of American descriptions. In other respects we .ite ust as before? that is, favorably influence 1 by the }?..-?> i trade and fine weathei and kept in check by, our 1 1 ..c stock. There ii, however, a little speculation" going on daily. 11,0110 .VJlin ican havo bi'cn taken on s;n- -u! i and 1600 American for export. Total number ol sale*, 47, 870 bale-. JVrom tho Circular of tho Uni'ed Brokers ] The demand from the trade, as well asun speculation, has been good throughout the w eek; and as the lato ar rivals have not been pressed upon the market, holders of American have obtained the full quotations of Friday last. Other descriptions havo been in lair demand, and generally maintain previous rates. Speculators have taken 11,000 American, and exporters I ?>00 American. Total amount of sales, 47,870 bales, Hktobt for tiik Week ending Jr-sr J7. ? ^From the Cireular of Messrs. George Holt k Co. J? There is little or no alteration in prices this week; but as we have hail a constantly good demand from the tt tde, joined occa sionally by somo purchases on speculation, our former currency has been steadily maintained, and in some in stances, in the middlr"? qualities oi American, asliglit advance has been paid. Ourquotntio;.* remain as before. This steady and loiig-cmitiiiucd large buying on the part of consumers is founded upon the very prosperous state of trade, and the good promise of its continuance. There can be no doubt that this good demand would havo en tirely changed the position of prices in an upward di rection, had our stock . nly been moderate in amount. On the other hand, it is almost beyond question that our largo stock would have pressed us to a still lower point had not this extraordinaiy revival in our manufactures taken place. The point of great interest, therefore, is to watch for any disturbing cause to the relative positions of supply and demand. So far as regards the pecuniary facilities of holding cotton, tlicv are likely to continue abundantly easy, as they havo been for a long time past. The steamer Great Western is arrived, with rumors of the possibility of a war arising out of the question of the annexation of Texas. 11,601) American and 300 Surat have been taken on speculation; and 1,500 American, 000 I'ernains, and 600 Surat for export. Total amount of sales, 41', 670 bales. (From the Circular of the United Brokers.) The dtmand from the trade, as well as on speculation, has continued $ood, and all descriptions have partaken j of tho general inquiry: but, as the stocks are freely of fered, no change in price has occuircd, except in Sea Island, which has been in extensive request at an advance i of ^1 per lb. 11,600 American and 300 Surat have bean j taken on speculation, and 1560 American, 630 Pernambu co, and 600 Surat for export. The total amount of sales ! 10,770 hales.

UefOBT ok the Cotton Market, July 3. For the last five days the sales of Cotton amount to no less tha.i 40,000 bags, including about 13,000 which have been taken on speculation. During tho time specified the market has had an animated appearance, and pric?s have exhibited an upward tendency. The middling qual ! ities of American met an advance of Jd in the early part of the present week, which has been firmly supported | ever since. Liverpool Provision Market, July 4.? Our Market for American produce has been generally dull through i out the past month, and the whole business transacted I has been much under the usual amount. Cotton is the ! only articlc in A'hich the sales havo been extensive; but the large stocks held Here, and the continued heavy im poits, have operated against any advanced rates being paid. Havre Makkei , July 1.? Since writing the above, the advices by the Great Western and the Cambria have come to hand. There was a good deal of animation in our market yesterday utter the receipt ot the news, and 6000 bales were sold at an advance ot II to 'i; to-day the market is quiet, the sales being about 1000 bales only. Passengers Arrived. Livkrpool? Steam ship Britannia, it Bcton? Mrs Krances Crawfoid, Misa Kendall, Miss E Scott) Mis.. Watson, Cuionel Garnet, 1 1 d y and servant, Mr Carney ami lady, Malezieui, C Paycn. W A Reteltas, Beregei , Knm it Watden.G II Booth, Capt Wyman, C T Walcott, It Chainher.iiin, J raison. Hitch cock, if Bartlett, Little, O W Shields, John Sykes, Thomas Rutter, Wm Slocumb, Kendall, J F Write, John L io>u:i jr. I) I, .lie, H McCall. J S Nye. USB. Hard. T Almy, K \!my, C Climnlierlain, T Tetree, Li? 'it llls'tely. Harrold . Mowatt, Watson, Young. Wm McDon ibl, L.- < aill'Ui, S < iiiillauine, Campbell, W li Clark, J II J)r> den, Geo W Vvliitt- , Tlioina,. Ward, Wm Raphael I, Amberuou, Te?tal T M Peter*. .Mmige not, L Manson (bearer of despiches). Lieut Cummin*, O A Lmigdon , 8 8 Lynde. fly Thornton, I' ( l'i rssyth, Oeorge 13 Blake, Rev Mr Morris, V Buckley, Kr.u.ci* Scott ? nr.. Liver pool to Halifax ? Mrlivw.i I l'i, and 2 rhilJreii, Mr Tobinand lady. 2 sons and M'<- 'iY.hv! < "aj t Sliaii e md lady. Mr Weld and lady, Bishop W - .idly, Hons I, Kev Mr McLoce, Miss Allen, Mr ?nd Mis I'r.lit Weir, loliiilnlah ? 21. Halil n to Boston ? Mrs Bern. . ol .line ehildre.i, Nowlan, F.niersoii. K 3 McColland, I- .>? .d lad;. , J{oi<ers, Weeks amllndy, ,\li? Lawson, L D <?-,T 'eit. alelhards, Kergusou ? 17. Total 1(11. SUU'PJ.liU I VTKi'iMOKTCK. Livkrfodi., J n ?? 3a ? \rr I 'pIossii ?, ( leo Skoltield, and Tlio Harrison, Apalacliicola: Ju1)' 2, Helen Augusta, do. June 21. Barnstable, 1)< ston; 27th, litmbria, (s) do. 29th, Republic, Charleston; 30th, J mes I alder, md Swatara, do; July 2. Geo Canning, t?< d Gcu Pukhill, do. June21, Burlington, Mobile; 25th. Portsmouth , do; 3fuli, Aurora, ' 'e> Ion, Queeu, and Wind sor C untie, do; Jul,' I, Clara, do; 2d, Pearl, do. June 28, Broom, and Rotli-cluld, New Orlein.?;29th, Scotland, do; JOili, Monarch, Susan, and \. alpide. do; July I. Brailshaw, and Ta merlane, do; 2d, Meteor, and Bengal, do. June 2t, Cambridge . and Caledonia tirander, New S ork, 25th, Haidee, do; 27th, Great Western, (a) do; 2Uth, Kuipire, Loudon, anil l'.itrick Henry, do. I8tfi. Hebrew, Savannah; 2?th, Denmark. do; 30tn. Lapindola, do; Jul) 2, -Vlliance, do. 2d, Charlotte, Wilming ton, NC. ArrJuly4, Virginian, IN York; Athens, Mobile. Sailed July 1, Scotia, Baltimore. June 19, Klizabeth Grim mer, Boston; Ashburton, do; 22d,Cato, do; 26th, Olendorer, vlai y Ann. Rockingham, fc.li Whitney, and Huron, do; July 2, Columbiana, do; 3d, Brewster, and buflolk, do June 10, Har riet Si Jessie, Charleston. 2"tn, Pharsalia, New Orleans; 29lh, Solon, do. 19th, Pacific, and Clyde, N Vork; 23d, Shenandoah, and Heury ('lay, do; 28th, Stephen Whitney, do: 27th, Roger Sherman, do; July 2, Yorkshire, and Tarolinta, do; 3d, Lord Maidstone, and (treat Britain, do. June 19, Peter Hattrick, Philadt iphia. June 26, Stirling, Wiscasset. Loading July 4, Warren, lor Baltimore; Barnstable, Burling ton, Walpole, Persia, Dumbarton. Laura, Allnmbra, and Tlios B W iles, Boston: Haidee, and Thomas Bennett, Charleston : Harkaway, City Point, Va; Kilby, Bowditch, Geo Stevens, T H Perkins, NOrleans. KNAPFS INDIAN STRENGTHENING PLASTER. THKSK PLASTK.HS prep ired for pains and weakness in the back, breast, aide or limbs, bruisea, sprains, tec., and for asthmatic affections, and croup in children, will in most cases give immediate ?jid soothaii: relief. They will also be found highly beneficial for complaints of the Liver, Lungs and K idney. Persons of sedentary habits, whose bnsineas requires them to sit or stand much. w l|0 may be troubled with weakness in the chest, or pain in the side or breast, will find great relief by wear ing one of these Plasters. With regard to the r fficacy of tliese Plasters, nothing lined be said, as they carry with them their own recommendation, and the price being so remarkably low, is a sufficient inducement for those afflicted to give them a trial. The proprietor is confident that by the great and increasing de mand lor these Plasters, the lupularity which they have obtain ed solely by their own merits, and the universal satisfaction which tliey have given, that they are decidedly superior to any others in use. No pains is spared in making them a> adhesive Old pliable ns possible, and in rendering them free from all those objection! which is u !ource of complaint to tli" ordinary plash rs of the day. These Plasters need but one t'lal to grre every satisfaction ile ?ired. Pp snre and ask for Knapp's Indian Strengthening Plaster, and see that his signature is on the back of each. None others me genuine. Made only by P. B. KNATP, and sold wholesale and retail at bis Mrdicine Warehouse, No. 35"? Ilndson !>?r? ef , one door below King street, New York. Also for sale by the Druggists gene rally. Price 12 1-2 and I" 3-1 cents each m.'i 2meod*rc NOTICE. TO MERCHANTS, SHIP MASTERS AND OTHERS. Tilt SUBSCRIBER would resiwetfttlly inform them, that lie hai been iu the employ of the late Samuel Demilt over twenty years, and the late Samuel Demilt baying bequeathed to him the Transit Instrument, two Astrounmic.il Clucks, and the use ol the Obse. vatory, it is his intention lo continue ( in connec tion with Ins son) the business ol manufacturing, repairing and rating Chronometers, and dealing in Nautical Instruments. Charts. Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver Wa^e, tec., at the old stand, No. 239 Pearl street. D. KGGKKT. ju6 I ineoii* re THIS WONDER to BLESSING OF THE AGE THE ONLY CURE FOR CONSUMPTION. LET EVERY MAN, IVOMAN CHILD, WHO is troubled with Coughs, Colds, Spitluig Bhwnl, Liver Complaints, Aslluna, Bronchitis. Whooping Cough, Pain in the Side and Breut, Sore Throat, Kisiiw or Tickling in the Throc.t, Nervous Debility, Palpitation ol the Heart, Broken Constitution, from the abuse of calomel and other causes, try the genuine, and only genuine. Compound Syrup of Wild Cherry, prep.ired by the celebrated Dr. Swayne of Philadelphia ? nil others are spurious, and mere imitations. Therefore, be cautious to a?k for the original and only genuine preparation from this valnabJe tr??? Dr. Swayne's ( ompouud Syrup of Wild Cherry. Principal office, north-west corner 8th and Race streets, Philadelphia. Agents ? Wm. Milnor, M.D. corner of Broadway and John street; K. II. Warner, IM Bleecker, Corner of Mioetta street; and R. A. Sands, ( hnrcli Dispensary, IR8 Bowery, corner ot Spring street. New York; W. ( i Wood, M.D.. II irlem; 11 1\ i land, Reese and Co., HO Maiden Laine, New York; Rev. J. P. ( nok, 76 Baltimoie street, Baltimore; Andrew Oliver and I '?., New Orleans: L. B. Swan, and J. M. Winslow, Rochester, N. \ ; "^lrs. Haves, Brooklyn; H.. Kleiue, St. Lonis; Wiu.Tliorii, Pittshnrsr; K. B. Hinmin, ( nieinnati; Piersou and Harrison. TSO Broad street, Newark, N. J.; Benjamin Olds, 2in Broad street, N ew >rk, N. J.: John S. Harrison, h ilem, Mass.: J. II. Pierce, 4 Stanwit Hall, Maiden Laue, .Albany, New Vork; llicknsand Bnll,Troy, New Vorlt; S|wlding and Harrington, Worcester, M is*., lames Green and Co., Worcester, Mass.; K. Htillidce. Buffalo, New Vork; Grant and Bockee Pougli keepsie New York; O. O. Woodman, Vicksburg, NI i?H. ; II. mil J. Brewer, Springfield, Nlnss.; J. P. H ill aiui ' <>., Bosto i, Mass.; L. S. Hidden. East Boston, Mass.; P. il. Cohon and Co Charleston, S. C. jc 19 3meod#rh SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. BLOOi'vlIPtODALK, MANHATTANVILLE, AND FORT WASHINGTON ST AUKS, Will cmnmt'ii-r running m the follow tug irHcr, on Baturd iv, Mar ?h - 17th. ISIS, If iving . uii I k^?r ran % il!v a ft oVtM'li, V. M., UMic11')* tl air n e. > ii .it* hour until 7 o'cloek. Lra'ini NtW Vork, comer of ('Itathun and pTtyou I v it A. M., and rontinue every h?lfhour until B . M. Si- , to Cannansville Trinity ( hurrh Cemetery aud Kurt W ? :. > ut,iuu, evtYT bolt through the diy, from 7A.M. to 7 1'. M. Fare to Manhattanville 12! i cents; Cftrnvn^ville II,1*', Fort Washington 25 cents. [J MOOHE, jv2 lm*rc Proprietor. MAIL LINK FOR BO DAILY (H' Kit '!'l IK I A >.V i KOAD, VIA NEW LONDON, NORWICH <V H'ORCKSTER. At II o'clock in the Morning, from the Foot of Whitehall street, Nontli Kerry? Sundays excepted. Way Crate* axe in reauiut s to receive lnggage for New London, Norwich and Worcester. Bag* ge for Boston goe, through under lock. ju!6 tf rc FOR NEWPORT ANI) PROVIDENCE. On Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, over the Long lslsnd Rail Road to Greenport, tli-nce to Newport and Provi dence in a splendid and emnmodious Sound Steamer. This Line leaves at tl o'clock in the Moritii u, from th?* Foot of Wiiitelnll trei t, Smith Kerry. jnlfttfrr i'AKE TO BALT1MOR E >1 Through in Seven Hours. NEW CASTLE AND FRENCHTOWN RAIL ROAD AND STEAMBOAT LINE. The unrivalled Steamboat HOBKIlT .MORRIS, C i p? mi J. M. Dougl.tss, will, on and after Monday, June II, leave Dock street wliarf. daily, (eicept Suadays,) at :i o'clock, P. M. Pas sengers will arrive in Baltimore at about 10 P. M. Fare only ?1. This Line is composed of the following splendid and fast Steamboats:? Robert Morris, Captain J. M Douglass. Ohio. . . . Captain L. Dans. ConstituUuii. Captain J. ChajrtW. George Washington Cgitain J.Tnppe. This Line leaves Bowly's wharf, Baltimore at 3 P. M.? Tickets for Wheeling and Pituliurg c.w be procured ou board the boat. UNITED STATES MAIL. LlNr.S FOR BALTIMORE. fare $"J ? Through in Si~r llourt. PHILADELPHIA, WILMINGTON \ND BALTI MORE RAILROAD LINE. Via Chester, Wilmington. Elkton, Havre deOrace, he. On and after Wednesday next. June 25th, the fare between Philadelphia and Baltimore, by tlie Mail Lines, will be reduced to $2. The Trains will leave a* follows:? From Philadelphia, | From Baltimore, Depot 11th and M?rket streets, i Depot in Pratt street. Daily, except Sunday, at 8 A.M. ! D;iilv, exc, Sunday, at 9 A M. \nd Daily, at 1 P. M I And Daily, at 8 P.M. Wheeling and Pittsburgh? Tickcts through to Wheeling and Pittsburgh can be had at the Depot, Eleventh and Market .sts, </. H. HUDDELL, Agent. For further information, apply to J. L, sLEMMER, at the office of Adams & Co. 17 Wall street. June 24th, 1815. je29ec LONG ISLAND RAILROAD COMPANY. REDUCED FARES SUMMER Ali R A NGEMENT, TRAIN8 RUN AS FOLLOWS, On and after 14th June, 1845. Pro at Brooklyn Depot ? Boston T nun? A. M. daily, Sundays excepted, stopping it Farmiugdale and St. George's Manor. Accommodation Train ? 9>a A. M and 5 P. M. for Farmiug lale vud intermediate places, daily, Sundays excepted. Accommodation Train, 3 P. M. for Greenport, daily, Sundays xcepted, stopping at Jamaica, Branch Hempstead, and HicUi. .'ill ', and nil the stopping places b, 'tween Hicksville and Greenport. From Greenport Dt pot ? Boston Tron, daily, Sundays excepted, at 12>? o'clock M., ir on the arrival of the steam rr* from Norwich. Accommodation Train ? At 5 A.M., daily, Sundays excepted, or Brooklyn and intermediate places. b'l on t I'aruiiiiKitoile Depot ? Accommodation Train. C/4 A. M. and 2.^ P. M., daily, Stin lays excepted, for Brooklyn and intermediate places. Fri nn Jamaica Deiiur ? Extra Train, l's P. M. daily. Sundays excepted, for Brook yu and intermediate places. The Bui,toe. Trains stop only at F irmriKdale Mid St. tJeorg-'s tanor. The Accommodation Train* stop at the following places ?tl the- ru id, goil.g both ways to receive and delivir piisseu iedlor- B D-er Park B9 Oil.' t New Vork 12!J Thompson .. rlice Course 18}J Suffolk Station IB'? Milleville Gfprge's M.mor. 88 1 OU 1 IP*, 1 18/4 1 50 I 62 1 62 1 6JK . 1 62't i Protting Course 18^ Lake ltond Station. . /?iniiica 25 Medford Station Jrushville 31*4 iyde I'trk. 17 miles 3i>t ? i owsHI le, (dining ses sion Court,) 37K IrmpMead Jrmch 37', rle Place 44 Westtutry 44 lieksvilfe 44 ?'armingdale ... ... .... 62.^ Stages are in readiness on the arrival of Pnins at the s?ver?l Stations, to teke passengers ^lt very low Fares, to all parts of the slaml. H iggage Crates will be in readiness at the foot of Whitehall ?treet, to receive B. iggage for the sever il Trains, 30 iniuults be ore the henr of starting from the Brooklyn side. ?' llnekiwiy B.-firgage t iken in se|wr-ite Cr fes. jtiWrc TO WESTERN TRAVELLERS. n:. ueowe s Riverhead. . . Jamesport . . . Mattetuck. . . Cutchogne . Southolu ... Greenport, Acc'n. train ! 75>i Boston Train I 00 -mm ExTIihsh AS7> FIuNhKK PACKKT LINK, From Phtladel|tlii;i fu PittsharKh via the Penntylv.iiii.i Knil oa<tsand Canal? through in 3VC tfiyi. The above hue is now in Pull operation otters great inducements to persons who wish i pii-asaut mode of travelliuRto the west. Tlie cars are built iu the most approved modern style, the *>obu art* fitted up in a superior manner, and every erfort is made 2>v the proprietors to conduce to the comfort and convenieuee >t travelleis. The scenery on this route is unrivalled, nnd tltr rrent chain of I'ennsylvinia internal improvements js well woi h 9 ? 'i being i ecu. By t!?is route passengers avoid all the f?tigues and dangers nt ennxnt upon stage travelling, andet the same time mike an ex peditious trip. 'J'he cars It-ave every morning at 7 o'clock. Passengers are ad /ised to engage their Places at IMiihdelphia. Office iu Plulafh l 'hia N. K corner of Chesnut and Fourth streets, and at Nos. *3 and 15 Houth Third sts. A. CUMMING8, Ageu*. Philadelphia x May 17, 1845. For information, in the city of New York, apply to B. H. KNW.LL. AircntJor D. LEKCH U CO.'i Line. 7 West st, N. R. rny!7 fim*rre CHEAP EXCURSION'S TO THE FISHING* KANICS OFF SANDY HOOK KARE lf!\i CENTS EACH W W /^I Til K new a:i?l l"i?t Steamboat Ul KKALO a- - Va xj* ( 1111 Hincox, will make hi,ur*ions ft mS ? / iliiriii'j the. poison every Monday, Wednesday, una Sunday. leaving Hammond street *1 R o'clock ; < inal, R'?; Delancey mil Pike st?., K. 11 9; Pin No. I. N. U..9W o'clock. On thr return passonijers w ill be lauded .it Coney Island, and one hour allowed for Bathing. \ll kinds of Refreshments on board. Bait at cost. ju!7 2w*ec PEOPLES' LINK OK STEAMBOATS KOK ALBANY , fSC'i DAILT Sand* ? Ejoepwd? Thraigk Di at 7 o flock I M., from the Pier between oiirtl unit nwll.i. rty streets. Steamboat ROCHESTER, Cai 'iu. R. O. Cmttendeu. will leave on Monday Wednesday and K.:diy Evenings, at 7 o'clock. Steamboat KNICKERBOCKER, Captain A. Houghtou, will '-ave on Tuesday, Thur-d iy and Saturday even nigs. at 7 o'clock. Vt 5 o'clock P.M., lauding 't intermedi ite place*, from the loot if Barclay stn-et ; ? Steamboat SOUTH AMEKICA, Captaiu W H. Truesdell, ? II leave .m Monday, Wednesday, Friday ?ud Sunday A.'tr Steauihoat N EW JERSEY, Capt. R. H. Kurey, will ! ? iy on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Afternoons, at J ?'c! c' Pi?seugers taking either of the above will arm* tit Alba ny in ample time lor tie Morning Train ol Can for the east or West . The BuaUarenew and snbstan""'. ?r? furnished with ? v rd ?legnnt state rooms, and for ?pee:l r"0 accommodations are nn rivalled on the Hudson. Kreight taluu at moderate rat?s. All peuons are forbid trusting arr of ft?? Post* oft tis Lir." without a written ord.'r Iroin the Curtains or ArcuM. Kor passage or l.euthi. apply on hoard the b tats, or to 1 . C?? SctiUiU, at thr otfice on the wt>irf. JfH rC ) WILLI AMSBURdM AND PECK SUP FERRY. mra The Trustee! of this Kerry, believinit Aut A. ^*-Ly^?tlieie are many <'f the cilir.ens of New York 3L? JBUK-.,iol vicinity that are unacquainted with the facilities this Ferry affords as a pleasant communication with Willi mill ure 'lid Loiik Islmd, would state that theie are two good Kerry Boats on this Kerry, which leave Peck Slip every fifteen or twenty minutes through the div up to J o'clock, P. M., and then up to 8 o'clck, at each evea hour and halfhoor; after which a bolt leaves at 9 o'clock and 10 o'clock The last boat leaving Williamsburg at half-past 9 o'clock, P. T S ? On the evening of July 4th, the boat will continne to run until 12 o'clock ,iy> Irn'rc MOKNINO LINE AT 7 O'CLOCK, /BM KOH ALBANY, TROY and intermediate I Hidings, from the Steamboat Pirr at the foot of Barclay street. breakfast and Dinner oil board the boat. Leaves New York it 7 o'clock, A. M , Tuesdays, Thursdav s indSitnrtlay, and Troy t 6 o'clock, A. M., Albany at 7 o'clock A M. Monday, Wednesday and Enday. The low-pf <sure steamboat TROY, Captain A. (jortiain, on Tuesdays, I'hiirsd ?vs and Saturd.i}*. at 7 o'clock. The sieamboat NIVOARA, Capt lin A. Degroot, on Mon day, Wednesday and Friday, at 7 oVIock. For imssage or freight, apply on board, or to K. B. Hall, at the office on the wharf. Notice ? All goods, freight, baggage, bank bills, specie, or any other kind of proi? rty taken, shipped, or put on hoard this boat, must be at the risk of the owners of such goods, freight b g gage, fcc. jeUrc NEW YORK. ALBANY AND TROY LINE. -?WO MA KOR ALBANY \NI) TROY DIRECT. tTw-r-Ef'H ??ir ? 't 7 o'clock, P. M ?The steamboat KM Tl It K, Captain K B. Macy, wril leave the steamboat pier foot of Conrtlandt street, every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday afternoon, at 7 o'clock. The ste?mt>oa' COLI M BIA, Captain Wm. H. Peck, every Mm d ij , Wednesday a> d Krida" afternoon, at 7 o'clock WHK\T? VWH1 bushels prime Illinois Wheat, lor sale in lots to suit purchase is by jy* K. K ( OLLINS V CO- W South st. J MSTR WED or Stoh-u, ('r un No. 26 Howard street, on Km d<y tnoraitig, a small Yellow Dog, with booi hi* ear* cr<i|>| ?l, long tail, and goes by the Dim* of 1'n.k K ivi- Dollars w ill be given for the return of said Dog julS?t?ui a TO L KT, until tin* lirst of M ty next anil immediate |m?? ses?io? given. ol the :t ?tory bonne No. 104 Firat Avenuo b* t?e?u Cthand 7th street*, The premises have lately hi i n pat ill complete order. And all has been painted inside ?ii d out, I >st June, the < roton water introduced, inatblr mantle pn-ees, folding doors, and it is well adapted lo accommodate! nne or more f inilieai rant isked to one family for the ruiiilne of the year to next May n $323. Inquire at the office of John II Power, Eaq , No. 70 N:is?au at. corner of John, up stair* Iron the hotira ol *> to 3 o'clock, or of Sanil It. B. Nortou the owner, at the >ame office ou Tuesday' and Wednesday. 1 in jy I2*rh LOOK AT THIS! ! J JUST RECEIVED? Another lot of Krench Boots, of "thr best kind anil will be sold it the old price, S'>, and the In ,t of Krench Call Hoots made to order for Si; < ii> uiadu (.'nil Booth, $:i; and the greatest assortment of Gents G? it ers of ill hinds to lie found at very low prices. Also, the Mnest I i ll' Shoes, miiI $2 i"- A great variety of all other kinda Ladies in this Store will find a jre't assortment of Gaiters. Buskins, Mn is, Ties. 1'runelU, Satin, 4tc. Koran o,* ,rtinent of *11 other kinds Misses and Children'# Boou and Slu es we cannot be beat in tl.iscity- Do notmia tike tin number, JU1 Broudway, comer of Krai! kl ill street ju3 lin'rli M. CAHILL. KINK FRENCH. BOOTS for M M: Ci Ijr Mad* an* lor style and durability they are rr; ua I to those sold lor $4, at Young Ik Co s Imperial Krench (loot and Shoe Manu facturing Dei?>t , at No. 4 Ar.n str> et, one of the most Kash >n*ble Boot Manufactories in this city . Kiue Krench Dress Boots, Blade to order, for 50; e'loal to those made in other stores for SG a>id S7. Boots, Shoe* Gaiter<, Sic., m?de to ol der in the shortest notice. Mending, fcr , done in the store. Win. M. Young St I '.o. , Wholesale and Retail Manufacturers, No. 4 Ann street, New York, near Broadway WM. M. YOUNG, and le24 lin'rc M li JONES. _ IN KKlllOft TG NONE AND SUPERIOR TO MANY. BEAUTIFUL light White plain Summer H its. pnc? $f>75, which for beauty ol finish cannot be surpass* u. Also, Drab Beavers, Bine Brush and White Caatof Huts, all olthe latest style. Also, Panama Hats, very low. C. KNOX, je l*i Im'rc II# Fulton at, between William and Naaaau. MILLS, HATTER, 17* BKOADWAY, HOWARD HOTEL, ( ^ HAS now ready, sn assortment <X Summer Hats, to which the attention of gentlemen is invited, at the fob lowing pricaa.y iz : ? French fVarl (a new article) $4 00 Pearl C'taiinere . 3 50 White Krench (also a new article) 4 00 Smooth White Cutor ... t% 3 SO Ainu, an assortment of Panama, Kiue P.-ltn Leaf, Bohemian, and other Hats, suitable for tin- season. jel2 Im'rrc MILLS, 178 Broadway, Howard llotel. MILLINEKY AND DK ESS MAKING. MRS. ROSE, No. 175 Walker street. New York, re spectfully solicits a call from Ladies wishing any thing in the Millinery or Dress Making line. jell lm*rh IMPORTATION OK WATCHES. RECEIVED from Switzerland, by packet ship Zurich, an assortment of Watches and Movements of ever' description and ef first quality, ready for the wholesale trade, at moderate prices. DELACHAU8E St MAIRE, jn" lni'rc No. 127 Kulton street. New York. ]<7h-LSTONE'S riding school, i t? iiikI 13!) Mercer Street, rf/i MB. JOilN S. ROUL8TONE haa the honor to Jlm. inform hi* Iriends and the public in general, that hi t d2jfc?Schoc! for Im'ruction in Horsemanship ia now open day and evening, as follow*;? ? . H ours for Gentlemen from 6 to 8 A. M " " Ladies " 9 A.M. to 3 P.M. Terms of iu.uuetiou ua.de kuown ou applicatiou to Mr Itoulstone. Mr. R liaji jmt received from the country several line ai d stylish Saddle Horaea, which he is authorised to aell at a w sonahle price. my7rc _ KOR SALE? AKarm on the Hanks of the Hudson, containing about sixty acres .<11 in a high state of tulth a tion. with splendid Buildings, situated one mile West ol Newburgh- The terms will be made easy. Kor |>ar licul irs inquire at 419 Broadway, corner of Canal street, in the Shoe Store. jv9 2weod?rc llA'Psr Alicia, GOOKKOAGlitiS. FL1LS, iiLD BUGS, &:c 'IM1E following certificates, out of thousands, may give the L public an idea of the usefulness of the various prep* a tioes, riz The room in the bui'ding 70 Wall street, wai badly infested with Cockroaches, and oue application, four weeks ago, hasen tirely dispersed them. (Sign?d) M0UNT I have used Dr. K.'s preparation to exterminate rats and mice, and liav? wonderfully succ-eded in clearing them from honae and yard, alter the first trial. * (Signed) JOSEPH GUTENAN. Dr Keucht wanger's Kly Taper lias been u.-ed by me with great success; nearly one rjuartof slain flies have beeu collect ed in fourd u s out of curio.ity. (Signed) C. VAN SCHOSAHOON. The bedbugs have been cleared from my honae. 211 Hudson treet, effectually. (Signed ) IOHN SOLOMONS. The yard in the rear of the ' ourier and Enquirer office ha.-, been for years infested by rats, and one single application ha - effectually destroyed them. I caution against th" various jealnna limitations, and my genn aie preparationame lor sale by Dr. Milnor, cor er Broadw ay nil Johnstreet: Joli sou, Vrooui St Kowlcr, 3C,ourtlaudt st., lnl I has. iord, corner of Foarth and Woosr?-r stri*et, Gi> ard's Fancy Strrr. 178 Grand street, and of the m uiuficturer. Dr. LEWIS FEU cHTWANoER, 23 Liberty. jy7 lmeod'ec near William street. 'ALE'S GLOBE, and Transparent Celestial Sphere? ad ipted to common schools, colleges, and privati- fami iies? now in u^e in the Normal Schools at Boston and Albany, it the High School and Naval _ \s\lum, Philadelphia, in Y'ale nid other Colleges, at Mra. Willard's, Troy, and in numerous Common Schools in New York aud other cities aud States, uid recommended by Dr. Lardner, Professor Olmstead and ithers. Manufactured and for iale by G. VALE, at his Nauti . -al and Mathematical Establishment, 3 Franklin square, New York. jyJ eodlm*rh VJ JfUliLiC 8 A Lb Uf I Hh I .VIONKOE KAIL ROAI) AND BANKING CO ncnu/iii ) Decree of the Special Jury in relation to t hi Bilib f Utu. al y! ^ Monroe Rail Road and Banking Com flTE.THfe Vmd and decree, that the Monroe Rail m Road from Macon to its terminal at Marthassille, in the county of DeKalb, both the part thereof w Inch ha* b-en com i'ltted and in operation, and the part thereof which is in an un ' mushed condition, and all the pro|iertJ , equipment*, and effects therewith con' ted, is *ul>jectto the payioent o! the debts of the Monroe K U Road snd Banking Company;? that tlie said I Companvis insolvent and wholly unable lo pay its debts afore said; auu from it< embarrassments is unable to complete said Koad, and keep iIip same in oj uration, so as to answer the great public object* contemplated by the L< g'?l.itnre. We further tind that there are creditors of various de-rription* of said Com pany, vis: holder* of the banknotes issned by Slid Coin ran y, holders of bonds itvued for work and materials for said Road, judgment creditors, creditors holding certilicites of dtpoaite.de mauds tor work, labor and materiaUfor said Rail Koad, and crr : litors claiming to be mortgage creditors of said Company, and 1 ill other creditor* not here enumerated ; .and that there are 1 >m'"ir them creditor* claiming a i riority Th right n> respect to i iheir demands; and we further decree that tlie said Hail Road, : old all the property, equipments and effect* therewith connect 1 'd, and all the property belonging to said Company, and all the right*, privileges a> d franchises in any manner b? longing or ai> ix-rtaiuioK to .said Monn e Rsil Road and Banking Company '?? , -old at public *ale at tlie court house in the couuty of Bibb, by , Dai id C. Campbell, Aimer P. Powers, James A Nisbet, j .Samuel 13 H miter, and Thomas Hardeman, commissioners, or a majority of them, on the fir*t Tuesday in Angtiat next, after firing two months public notice in the gazettes of Macon. (iri*tin a,,d Savannah, and that the proceeds <>f said sale be paid ; lo tlie Clerk oftllis I ourt who is rrquind to depoaite tlie (anie | for aafe keeping on special depoaite in the Agency of the Me I chanics" Bank in the city el Macon, and that public notice be y iven to the creditors of said Company to file their feepeetive ^ claims, or a schedule thereof iu the Clerk's office o Pin is Court- . by the first Monday iu October next; and that the said credi- ' tors, if any controversy-should arise respecting said claims, then litigate among thrinsHres. in res|>ect to ell objections whic! would or might have been available against thein by said Com patiy if said s.iU liad not hem made iu relation to matters ofset off, and whether they be subject to objection on account of the statute ?!" limitation, non-peiformance of contracts, or other cause, embracing the quantum of consideration, paid for the claims or any ofthem, and also that the liens claimed bv the re spective creditors be then and there al?o ill ve*tigated andadjudi ' cated; and we 'urtherdecree that the purchaser* of said Rail Koafl succeed to all the obligation* of said Company in respeci I to the completing, e,|uipiug and keeping the said Road in opera i tion.as intended and designed by ttieact ofincorporation.but not 1 to extend to al ability ef debts contracted prior to said sftle; and that alter said sale, upon demand or notice, the stockholders in ~aid Company transfer to the purclnser the stock held by him, lie, or thein in said ( Company, or tli it the title lie transferred by said Commission! rs in the same manner .is is provided by law for the transfer of bank stock when sale thereof is made by the Sheriff; ami we further decree, that for the keeping of said Road ill operation for the tune intervening between the day of the pa*?i:ig of this decree and the day of sale, the receipts on the said Road he tpplied, and that if said receijits should not be suf ficient for *aid ptma>se, til it the balauce be paid from the pro ceeds of the sale aforesaid; and we further decree that William B. Parker as trustee in charge of said Road and appiirtcuanceit until the sale of tlie aforesaid property is completed, make monthly returns of the amount of receipts thereon, and tile the same Willi the Clerk of this Court, and also of accounts for keeping the iame in repair and operation, exhibiting a specific statement in each of the number and description of officers, ageiitt and hands employed thereon, the value of ttwlnre of e chper mouth, and the quantity, quality and value of material* purchase I. subject to the examination nud approval of tho i ourt. alio 'be coets and other expenses be paid from the pro se- 4* of sale. JAMES DEAN, Foreman. A true ex' - ct from ine inmate* of Bibb Superior Court. Ma" term, IMS. HENRY G. ROSS, Clerk. . BV Virtue of the snnve decree, the midersirned mil sell be fore the court house door, in tb<- city of Macon, on the first Tuesday in August next, at 12 o'clock, M. the whole line of the Monroe Rail Road from M icon to Marthaaville, in the count;" of He K "'lb, and all the property, equipments and effi cts there with conn .-ted, and ill the property belonging to s.ud Compa ny, a id all the ? ighM, privilege* and fr mcnisea in any manner belonging or appertaining t<> said Monroe Rail Road and Bank iiig < 'ompany, embracing not only the Ro.id, but the various de pots, work-ahops, warehouse*, engine*, cars, iron, tool*, equip ments, and all and every thing appertaining and belonging to " '\1mi, "the entire assets belonging to said Monroe Raid Risd ami Banking Company, embracing sulncrintion* for stock un paid, including the subscription of the State of Georgia for S2f)O,0UO, and all debts, demands, and claims of every kind and description, due to OT belonging to said Monroe Rail Road and Banking CompagTt ? full schedule of which may be seen, on application to M. L. Gray bill, at the office of said Company. The length of the Koad is 101 miles, the whole of which is gr ided to its junction with the Western and Atfantic Rail Road Tlie substructure has been completed on the whole road, except four and a half miles. The Road is in use to JottMborough. eighty mile*, and is equipped with five locomotive engine*, three Hasten*' er* can, eighteen freight cars, wheels and aile? for eight other freight cars, and one stationary engine The terms of sale cash, to be pain immediately to the f immission ers; and on failure of purchasers to comply, so much of the property as may be bid offby such defaulting purchasers, wil ne forthwith resold at their risk. I) VVII) i f WIPHKLL, ABNKK P. POWERS, JANUS MSBKf. Commnsionet SAMl'EL H. Hl'NTER. THOMASMARDKMAS. . Maconjk^la^^ iplTtosn.^ re. SUMMER GOODS F<?IL GENTLEMEN'S WEAR. WK have still on hand a large assortment of seasonable good*, comprising cloths of particularly light fahries to f)r>'ss and t'fock 1 oats; Drillings, Nankin, and single mill pd f assimerslor Pantaloon*; t bally ..ud Maweille* Vesting in great variety, rvliich will be IB ?de up lo order at a deduct!* from our u?uai moderate prices, in , of the seas??. Wm. T. ju3 Imisrc. Broadway, American HetaJ