Newspaper of The New York Herald, July 22, 1845, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated July 22, 1845 Page 1
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THE NEW YORK HERALD. Vol. rj? no. iso? wtioi* ito. 40ei> NEW YORK, TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 22, 1345. Prlc* Two Ccn'o. ITHK NEW YORK HERALD. JA31E8 GORDON BBflUBTT, Proprietor. |Circulation? Forty Thousand. DAIl.V HEBALD? Every day. I'rloa 3 conta por opy -17 1 A iier minim ? payable in advance. WEEKLY flKHALD? Every Saturday? PriaeflJ cent* fcar coi,y? l J- rents uer aiuium- payable in advance ? AOV blRTlHfc..Vl?NTS at tha usual pricas? ulway* .ah in i'lvnnca. POINTING of all kinds executed with beauty and pMpatch. I. A" 'uUara or communications, by mall, addresaed |tu (In. establishment, mu?t be post paid, or tha postage xil l.o deducted from the subscription money remitted JAMES GORDON BENNETT, Pni.l'RIKTOH 0* THK N?W YoF? HlitSLP EsTAMLI lUMfM H-'of*h?v.'a? corner t?f WnJto^ ?*??! SUM ME It AMI A NG E MKN'l \ SLOOMIXODALE, MANll ATTANVILLE, AND FORT WAHHINUTON STAGES, Will commence running in the following I fff rder, un Saturday, MiV 'he 17th, IR4J, leaving I T/.. \limii.inaiiTilie at 6 i/elock, A. M., and c.'ii lli .nr ?7e " ii if liour until 7 o'clock, P. M. Leaving New York, r . it of Cnathani and p Try on Row, at 6 A. M.. aud ro nun. t-M'i v half hour until 8 . M. Stages to Carmansville Tri utv Ckarcb Cemetery and Fort Washington, every hour through flie d?y, from 7 A. M. to 7 P. M. Kin- to Mmhattaorille Ui>? cents; Cartnansville 1854; Fort I Washington it aents. B. MOORE, j 'i lir'rc Proprietor. AaaIL LlAfc, KOK BOSTON U'/Jff- _ 'WW ? .w? ? ?vrw- , , iTv OVER Tl I K LuMi ISLAAD KAIL KOAD, VIA NEW LONDON, NORWICH ? WORCF.HTKK. At li o'cl<vlt in the Morning, from the Foot of Whitehall $tr- rr. South Ferry? 8uu4ay? excepted. W-y ('.rites art- in reidine-a to receive baggage for New London, Norwich and Woace?ter. B*gg*g a for Boston goea Ithrouah u der lock. jul6 tfre ~FUr nITw port and providence. rnssmm at On Mo idijM, Weiliead-ys and Fr.days. over the I-lt->d Hill i load to Gr.-enport. th-nca to Newport and Provi dence m np'e idid and commodious Son. id Steamer. Thi. Line leaves hi 8 o'clock in the Mornii g, from the Foot of >V ileh'll -treet. South Kerry. jnl6 tf rc l-'ARh TO BALTIMORE $1. Through in Seven Hours. NEW CASTLE AND FRENCHTOWN RAIL ROAD AND STEAMBOAT LINE. Tkrt Uurivalled Steamboat nvnmo, vii'iaiu M. Douglass, will, on and after Monday, Juoe 16, leave Dock street wliarf. daily, (except Sundays,) at 3 o'clock, P. M. Pas sengers will arrive in Baltimore at about 10 I\ M. Fare ouly * This Line is eomposed of the following splendid and fast Steamboats:? llobert Moms Captain J. M Douglass. Ohio Captain L. Davis. Constitution Captain J. Chiytor. (Jeorge Washington Ciptain J.Trippe. Tbi? Litie leavea Bowly's wharf, Baltimore at J T. M.? Tickets for Whceliug and Pittsburg can be procured on boaiJ the boat. UNITED STATES MAIL LINES FOR BALTIMORE. Furr $3 ? Through in Six Hourt. PHILADELPHIA, WILMINGTON AND BALTI MORE Railroad line. Via Choter, Wilmington, Ellrton, Havre de Grace, kc. On and after Wednesday next, June 2Sth, the fare between Philadelphia and Baltimore, by the Mail Lines, will be reduced to $2. The Trains will leave as follows:? From Philadelphia, I From Baltimore, Depot 11th nud M .rket street*. Depot in Pratt street. 1).<i!v, except 8 A.M. I Daily, ere, Sunday, at 9 A M. And Daily, at ( P M I And Daily , at _ 8P.M. Wheeling and Pittsburgh? Tickets through to Wheeling and Pittalmrgh can be h^d at the Depot, E!e\ enth and Market its, tf. H. ill; UDELL, Agent. For further information, apply to J. L, SLEMMLR, at thf office of Adama U Co. 17 Wall street. ^Jnue 34th, 1814. j?2ye.c_ LONG ISIaAND RAILROAD COMPANY. jf ~REl)UCEIt FARES. SUMMER AllKANGKMENT, TILA.INS RUN AS l-'Ol. LOWS, On and after 14th June, 1843. jfrntr Brtnklyn Ifrpot ? B< aiuu Twiin? S!? A. M. daily, Mnuday* excepted, stopping ai Faraingdnle and St. George's Manor. Ac< <? iiniodaiinn Tram? A. M and i P. M. for Farming dnle .,1.1 intermediaieplaeea, daily, Sundays excepted. Accommodation Train, 3 P. M for Greeuport, daily, Sundays excepted, stopping at Jamaica, Branch, Heinpatead, nnd Hicks ml , uud ail the stopping places between Hicksville and Greenport. f Y.i mi (ri eenport Drjiot ? B. .on Train, daily, Sundays excepted, at 12X o'clock M., or on the arriral oftheiteamera from Norwich. Aci-ctmnodatimi Train? At i A.M., daily, Sundays exaepted, for Bro iklyii and intermediate places. f: ?:,i yarmingittUi liryol ? Accommodation Tmi'i a A. M. and 2% P. M., daily, Suu <t v. et. -pt. d, for Bro. klyn anuiutemiediate places. Frwm Jamaica thtnn ? Extra Traill, l)]J r. M. daily, Sundays excepted, for Brook lyn end intermediate pl. cte. Tn? tioatou Traini stop ouly at fi anningdale and St. George's Alaaor.* Tlte Accommodation Trains stop at die following places on the o-.d, going both ways to receive and deliver ptusen tfem, via: Mediort ? Deer Park M ?. n?iim'W \ink lli'i 1'hotnpsou 88 K re ( nine 1S? Sutf.ilk Station 1 Oil i T r. On g t'our.e 18^ Lake Road Station 1 lil\ ! i iii.iica 2} Medford Station 1 IB, >4 Bruxiiville . . . 31!j Millt-ville 1 M Hyde I'-rfi, 17 iriiles S7>? St. George's Manor. ... 1 62 <.!i w.rille, (duriiig ses- Riverheao 1 S3 so n Court,) 37^ Jamrapurt 1 62 *6 Nempa( 37*5 Mattetuck... I 62 S tiiuncii 37)( Cutchogne I 6'."t ' 'ml.- Place 44 Soulhold 1 62>j Westbury 44 < ireenport, Acc'n. train. 1 7.|>, llichnilf. 44 Bo- ton Train 2 00 FarmingUale ; ... ea'.f ht are in readiness on the arrival of Trains at the several .K; iti .is, to uke passengers nt very low Fares, to all pans of the la), id. B.iugage Cratee will lie in readiness at the foot of Whitehall street, to rcceiv* Burgage for the several Traiui, 30 minutes be fore tin- huui ofatiirting from the Brooklyn side. ? ll,>cli.iwy;ig ? lakeo in ?e|mrate Cratee. jolOrc Tt) WESTERN TRAVELLERS. A,\., i PACKET LINE, 1* Philadelphia to Pittsburgh via the Pennsylvania Rail M. il l mil < aniu-? through iu 3,'i d.yj. The t?ho?e line is uow iu foil operation nml oilers irr, hi inducement* to persons who wish a Dinkof travelling to the tint. Tht ctft tff biilt la the ino?t approved modern style, the boats are tilted ii|* in a auparior manner, and evety effort in made )iy in" pioprietors to conducc to the coinl'ort and convenient' i). ti.vellm. The scr nery on this ronte i? unrivalled, and the t,r?*i Immi of Pennsylvania internal improveme.iia is well woi tt.k 1.1I being seen. i5y tlun route passengers avoid all the fatign.M and dangers at tendant upon aiega travelling, and at the same time make an ax pi i.iiii u- trip. The r.Mia Irnre every morning nt 7 o'clock. Pas centers are ad vi>, 1 1 > engage their places at Philadelphia. O flirt mi Philadel phia N k.. corner ol Chesuut and Kavrtli streets, and at Not. 13 and IS South Third sta. A. WMMINUV, Agent. Philadelphia, May 17, 184). Kor lufounation, in the city of New York, apply to ii. H. KNI8ELL, Agent lor J1 U. LEECH fc. CO.'a Line. 7 Weat at, N. R t'7 Cia*rre fEoFLki' link ok ax t Ajvmu a! s kuu albam, ? DAILY? Sundays Excepted? Through Di t .auf ? tT- ? f 7 o'clock P. M., fi?m the Pier between . i ? ? I ,t ii m' < Qiirtlandt and Liberty streets. ?i iiiiut>.tt ROCHESTER, i apt sin R. (J. Cruttenden. will leave on Monday. Wednesday and Friday Eveuuigs, at7 o'clock. SteatnlKMi KNICKERBOCKER, Captain A. Hnughiou, will It -v. on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday evenings, at 7 o'clock u'io clock P ,\l., landing at intermediate places, Irom the I'ool ol JJnrclay stree: Steaiu l .oat i>KW JERSEY, Capt. R H. Fnrey, will laavt rn Monday, Wrdneaday, Friday and Sunday Aiter ioons, at S o'clock. 8i.amboai SOUTH AMERICA, Cawaia W. II Trueadsll, <viM ie?\- on Tn?sday, Thursday Mil1 Saturday Afternoons, at S o'clock. f taking eilher of the above Lines will arrire in Albn in aink'kl IHM lor the Morning Train ol Cars tor the ot Tlx t - tswenew e :d substantial, urr (\irniahed with i:ew and t'.H ? ii iMH rouaa and lor a|wed and accommodations tre nti 1 HV ill. ii <m tlie Hudson. J "<1411. ulisti si moderate rates. ?ii; , 'ona are I'orlnd trusting any of the Boata of this Line, ?/ii . 'lit a written ord? r Irom tile Captains or AgmU. ir,ra?a? or IreiKht. ai ply ou hoard the boata, or t" P. C. Serm.ia 'I the olBce mi the wharf. .1)21 r# C HiiAP EXCU l( SIONS TO THE FISHING BANKS OFF HANDY HOOK. FARE I8'4 CENTS EACH WAV L Ste.imboHt BUFFALO (J- r aijBKrr yi*l^ J ? W, Hancox, will in:ik? hxcomont il?ii i ? lining' iIih MMon every .Moutlny. Wednesday, .vii.( lUmmoiid itre?t at 0 o clock; Cawd, 05*; l'*1 -rev and I'ike ?ts., E. It . ft Pier No. I. N. It., !l'? o'clock. On "I- return paas-ng.-ra will at t oney Island, and one hum allowed for 11' thing. Ah I; nub ol' Hel'ivishrneiita on board. Dm it At cent. y mo riv*-.. 1 ;L _ , - & bTATKN ISLAND FKIIItV, rdOT OK WHITEHALL STREET Tl? n .1 HTATEN ISLANKER will l.'t. New v < i k t very hour I'tcept S P. M., cominoncing at It \ " mitil T I'.M. l.- ?ve ^taleu Uland cv?ry lionr except 4 f ,1. . .. in. rin* at R M . antil 7 P. M. s It.? v'" Niindays the Boata will leave i rery hour from B A *?! until 1 1 ? M., and fit.m l l\ M. until 7 P. Vl . , av?ry hall hoar. JV ll_ M'.w VORIC, AiJSANY AM) TROY LINK, v.,,. .4 ?OR ALBANY AND TRQ1 DIKEt 1 ft ? ?)'* ? .t 1 o clock, P. M ?'I h> sie.imboat EM ' i- "a ? ' I IHF Caiitaui It U. Mscy, will leave th? j,( , I i ier loot ol ''ourtlnndt ?tre? t, every Tuesday, Thursday and .Saturday afternoon, at 7 o'elork. , ,! -if-, in boat ( t )i,l >i II I , t .i plain W in II , Perk, every Min (I .'V, W. due-day a d Frida afternoon, at 7 o'clock, -or I assage or freight apply ou board, or at Hie otla e on the Whatf- JaM MORNINki LINK AT 7 O'CLOCK, ALBANY, TROY and intermediate laodniffs, from the Steamboat Pier at the foot of ? ? . ? ^Barclay street. -fiMklaM and Dimier on hoard the boat. Leaves New fork at T o'clock, A. M , Tuesdars Thur*H*v? M- A,bu,y' ? 7 ?'c,ock TfeW^ Woo., on Men iff r?? a!uSm?iLr ***"' *PlJl> ou bo*rd? or 10 F- B ^ frei?he- 'l^KNfe.bwik bill*. sp*cie,or any mnsr l? ir m 1 ?L*,Iy ?**'"? ?hip|>wl. or put on board this boot, I?*1 t,,e rl" 'h* owners of such goods, freight bag ***f fcr >i?tc W1I.L1 A MSB UR OH AND PECK SLIP FERRY. The Trustees of this (""erry, btlvfini rtiat there are niauy of the citizen* of New York ,i?. . ? . ? . and vicinity that are uuacquainted with the ti/V i"1** L rerry affords aa a pleasant communication with triiliumsburK and Long Island. would state that there are (wo g<M.d Kerry Boats on this Ferrv, which leave Peck BIiii every fifteen or twenty minutes through the div up to 5 0 clock, P. M? and then up to 8 o'clck. at each even hour and bMfhr.Br; after which a bont leaves at 9 o'clock and 10 o'clock Hie Ian boat leaving Williamsburg at half-past # o'clock, P. 4th- th" bf,,t wi,lJ^rt{jxto 'OKHAIliFAX ANl) LIVERPOOL. t'msjure ro Halifax ?' 1< or freight or iMssrge, ujii.i,- ut -iy.H D. BftjUHAM. Jr., Agent, SWall at. OHKA'j\BRlTAIN AND IKJ^ANI)? PerMNM wishing to remit no tesii teia'i-?,:1.! * eiira,.EWAW?rThf Nl"0'"4.1 or Ireland, and Proviu i ~ ' ra*l?" ' * throughout Ireland. In Scotland? The Eastern B.uik of Scotland National A?X)SttdreMOCk Ba"klUB Coml'a">- ?'ld br^che> jviw w & TTAI'SCOTT, 1 e Ti. South St cor Maiden lane l"OK BAI.E, KKi.lUHr Oil OH A RTER? The nZ 1' 'l1, York built |>acke( ship YAZOO 1 1 670 toim, live oak and locust lop. live oik tritmom apron a id forward and after cauls, carries 2200 halri New Or" wZ.^;andh"hindsome run,Uhtd ^?Mo?for; Apply on board at Jones' wharf, er to JvM? K- K- COLLINS It CO., J>i?0,C '6 South J.treet. F?!V, LONDON? To sail ill a lew days? The Sl,"Jld new Packet 81.. p BRUNSWICK, Cai't j iMeMannt, will positively s til for the above port on her regular day; can accommodate a few Cabin Passengers in a very superior manner, at less than the n?u*l rate? Her Steerage accommodations is very lofty and airy. For Sec ind Cabui and Steerage Passengers, all of which will be taken verv i^:''Pl,n"tt0 ... . JOHN HEIIDMAnT Jr2? *c aiSouth st, one door east of Wall at. ? Ut V?E OF PACKETS^Resular pack ? mi end "iZ'r^rV.'ST' ??'?mm^='t.ons for cabin,, econd cabin tk ; . i lP i i geF* ' wuhiUK to secure l>ertba bv M?.W? I *',oulJ mal" early application on board fool of Maiden lane, or to JOSEPH M'MURRAY The packet ship ST. J AMKS,^ jn l8*rn "ea All)ert. and ?ail on the 1st of September. ?'OK MARHhlLLEb-l'acket of 1st August , sssz a ?" ?? "? "AlSShAT.Sft'i'HiBSS 'A' " ' W'C BOYD Ic HINCKEIf ^ents. NEW LINE OF PACKETS FOR LIVKRPOOL ?Jr^ y "r i'X *"i <? 'Iy '*'Rul ,r Packet of 2bi i It M?| , ,|""'l1'a favorite p icket ship HOT ??,??: jasrJirsa;,^. "? ^ '? -? advant^e. to be derived from selecting th.T.ei prelWe.^c oa other, as gre.t capacity in.lera them evl^ wsi more comfortable and convenient tuan ships of a ?m ill class n'.i ,'"r *c???ninO}js'iO"s lor cabin, second cabin, and steerav, passen^trs. it is well kuown, are su|>erior to tliose of au v ntl,,-, line ot packets. Persons wShiue to secure K. Zyll t fail to make early application on board, fool of Wall street, oi to .. ? . W. fc J. T. TAPhCOTT, i - .8 South Street, comer of Maiden Lane, Jy3-rr^ Up 8 tain. FOR SALE, FREIGHT OR CHARTER? The Wc HOME, Captiiti Watts, buil' - ? ?? ? *in Baltimore one yeur since oi t)?e best inAt?*rinl?i carriea about 4,000 and has iiandaom ? accomSSdlSo^ ^ t WSJ?: 11/ rc * South .trert. npR^'J'Llfted'':/^ yVar.^ro^ ^'^'^cu^ t^ can't ^mSwTco^rr'J ^ ut years voVJl{e-ba. for ^ passengers AuS on board ? Orlops' wharf Joy. of WaJ| Apph JU61" I-.. K. ron.iys fc fo % S,?,fh .freef OFKH s"LMt'VfcP EMHJKAM PA!?s,aUE nL h.7,1 5OI,tli4tel "t, fro1'1 England, lr? ?^jl'iiid, and Wales ? Those sending for tlu*ii m'.Yirir wr to ^Tiil themselves of the opiwrtuuity ol J^re r. ?.n **'n'i"U t,le, "Uhscribers on very mode weekl v 1 ,",ck't tU,tn' Liverjiool The inail steamer HibernuVifiU fre.n BoVtoi^'n the?|gth in.t by vroirh letterscau be forwarded uuicklv. niy?3 rh VOH iiLAOUUVV -iiegmar fackeis-'Hie well ? known, fanf anil tug BrUiab Barque AiNN HAKLh V qmrTTeiJi'lcb.41' " 450 tOU*' Wl11 ">?' will, M'piV'o^botd ^rTw^ "o';^6 HCClIent^ '.commodations Jvl2rr WOODHULL & MINTURN8, ? ? <7 8 10th street or I rei?(ht or |>assaKe apply to iv2 rc NniT .,' n 1 1- BOYD It HINCKEN, jya re Wo. ? Toifne Bn ildnigs, coi . U alljuid Water Jtrectif \^jPVv.J>?f?tS.^{iKrv"KJ({lLl?" ?k C'llAR TE R? Tin Orle'.,",Vcot"on Md hfi'bZtfomf'f' '' TT* 2Ml' NrW for tweuty-si? l^en^rt ^ppI^^bo'^jTat ^UM^wharifoI j^m L K- COLLIN8 k CO ^ ? ? ? ? f h af reef . toS| ffigf^swjurc .-ii. jtssvUt" "msvassuB^ fil S'?ti?h J O CI J ? A.\l> COUNTRY MERCHANTS. HOTEL AND STEAMBOAT PROPRIETORS, Cm AND COUNTRY FAMILIES, ke. EXTRA FINE TEAS! 1B3 tireenivlch Street, War Covktlanut Si ., ano opposite thk Pacific Hotkl Nkw Yore. It' K BEO LEAVE to inform you that we established our '' selves at the above placn, principally for the purpose o .nertniK our views of our wliolusale and laige family customer mi the North River Hnl?. The upright maimer in which wi iisvo carried on oar business lor years past in this city together with the veiy high quality kiicJ moderate price of on food*, have earned lor u.i adegrrc of reputation and renown fi>' aeyoiid that ofauy similar house in the Uuitud ei, and wt ?ouiwlcr these the best reasons we can nigc to obtain yonr pa rrounge. We hire, however, inucli pleasure in stating, that we hav< made, with great care and jougmeiit, oar selections from all the spruie cargoes, aud which comprise the fine-t specimens Ol V'oaug Hyson, Hyson, Ounpowder, Imprrial Oolong Pekoe Ningyoug, Congou Souchong, he., which have arrived litfrt this season, which, with an immense variety of Fine and Ooo? Qualities, we offer at wholesale and retail. We have also tra, Government Java and other Coffees, as usual, roasted ami (round daily. We continue onr operations at our other places aa heretofore, twirticularly at 121 Chatham st. We are your obedient servants, CANTON TEA COM f AN \ , New York? 121 Chatham St.; 361 Uraud st. and 311 Bleeckoi aree. Philadelphia? 19 Cheetuut street, and 4J Fifth street. nsy* 2m *m CARPETING 461 PEARL STREET. 1,HE SUBSCRIBERS have inst <i|ieued the large and spacious CARPET WARE ROOMS, No. IJ4 Pearl street, former ly ocrunit'd by Smith, Hewitt J( Co., and are now ready to offer he public ?n entire new stock of Carpeting, bought exprusslv for ?be spring trade, some of which are eiceeaingly rich, of uets de signs anil colors. Among tliem mat he fouuu ? II NEW SETTS KIDMIN'STKR BRUSSELS, Entirely New. 1?PS KIDMIN'STKR THREE PLY. Rich Shading. SUPER* IN,; FINE aNI) COMMON I NORA IN CARPETING, _ ,, Of ??ery variety and description. Rugs, Drugget*. Table and Piano Covers, Worstad. TnfWd itid Jute .MaU; Oil Llottis, very heavy and iu great varieties, troin 2 to 24 feet wide; together witii all otJior articles usually tnnnd III the trade. J lie public are requested to oall am' Sininlii, )ursto?k belora purchasing. PE1 EKSON fc. HUMPH BEY, 2m*r? street RADB ROOK'S GOLDEN FISH 207 BROADWAY. No longer the Golden Fi?h shines in the sun? B At the old place in Broadway? two, sevcuty-nua : It has darted up stream to a far better hnveu, And is now seen to glitter at two ninety-seven There Bradbrook's establishment, known as of vore, Rora well-stocked mid excellent outfitting store* ; On the instant still furnishes outfits complete, From line shirts and >iik drawers, down to towal ana sheet. The voyager bound on some long ocean trip Should call iu >l Br.idbrook's, ere joining his ship, And theie officers, civil or nuviil, may find All ihey need, when to far distant stations assigned. The stranger or resident there tnay inspect The moot elegant goods he could wish to select, Of the very best fabrics and m*t?S"iilly made, At priaes aa f sir as are Uimiwii iu the trade. Suspenders, gloves, collars, straps, purses and hose? Stocks, handkerchiefs, hosnms snn line under clotbet. With dressing gowns, night caps, and fifty things more, May be all hau at Uradbrook's famed outfitting store jr 10 l?n*rr I ri | II || I i U LOAN i oil bond and mnrtif&Kp. APl^T ? 10fUl/V fc. K. COLMN8 fc CO, J lie M South street. Mrn [.IT OfllcM uil L?.fts for 8tor<ige to let, in the building No. 142 Fulton st. Enquire of P. HENRY, ou the nremwes, 2d floor. J >? 3l 1* tC | TO LET? Offices and Loli - in the 11 w fire-proof Store , ?,irner ol Pine and South sis \rolv to /?? JOSEPH McMURRAY. | "for sai THE Tlirae Story Brick II 413 Houston street, built in the best manner; *r urn in winter ami cool in j J^jM,Humintr; rapleta with evi >v venience. Half the ; NUicli .?r money rnsy remain on ol d rnd mortgage ?t 6 par j cent. For terms apply to E. K . I OLLINS 8i C4)., julSec 36 South street. TO LET.until the firat of Ma; i.exrund immediate poe- j flrvw session given, of tha 3 story home No. 104 First Avenue ' b- tween b'li 'ind 7tli streets, The premises have lately ' been put iu compleate erdrr. And all i>^? been |>ainted inaide j and out. last June, the Croton water introduced. marble mantle pieces, folding doors, uud it it well adapted to accommodate one or more l.milie*: rent naked to one f.unily for the residue of the year to next May is $ I25. Inquire at trie office of John H. Power. F.s l , No M N >? iu st. corner of John, up stairs from the hmi i of 9 ti i o'clock, or of Saml. R. B. Norton the owner, at t! ? nitrie otlice on '1 uesdays and Wednesday. Im jy li <!? I.OOK ~AT THIS! ! JUrf I H f".4 K| V ED? Aniither lot of French Boots, ol the be kind mil will he >.>ld at the old price, S5, and the best of Fre . 'i Call ISoots wide to order for City made Calf }! ' "id the gresteat aasortinent of Genu Gait era of aJI k1 <i* to he found .it very low price*. Also, the finest Calf Shoe .-'! id $1 Ml. A grent variety of all other kinds. Ladies iu tl S1 . \? ill find a jre -t assortment of Gaiters. Buskins, SI', Ti" nrnuella, Satin, he. For an sskuitme it of all other kinds .Misses and Children's Boots and Slintr, v. e r.omot tc bent iu Uliiolty Do not mis taketlie number, 361 Broadway, corner ofFranklin street. ju31ui*rh M. CAHILL. FINEFR KNCH B DOTS "for $3 iO: ifityMade," lid for style and durability ihey nre equal to those sold lor $3. at Youngfc Co's Imperial French Boot and Shoe Manu facturing Depot, at No.4 Ain street, one of tlie most Fash ionnble Boot Manufactories iu this city. Fiue French Dresi Boots, made to order, for $4 30; equal to tluise made in other stores for $6 and $7. Boots, Shoes, Gaiters, be., m .de to or tir in the shortest notice. Mending, tic., done in the store Vm. M. Young 8t Co., Wholesnle and llatail Manufacturers No. 4 Ann street, New York, near Broadway. wm. m. Young, and je?4 1m*rc H.B.JONES. INFERIOR TO NONE AND SUPERIOR TO MANY, r? BEAUTIFUL light White plain Summer Hats, uric* $2,75, which for beauty of f.uisli canuotbe surpassed. Also, Drab Bearers, Blue Brush and White Castor Hats, all olthe latest style. Also, Panama Hats, very low. C.KNOX, jel9 lm'rc 110 Fultou st, between William and Nassau mills, Hatter, m h roadway, HOWARD HOTEL, r? HAS now reedy, a* assortment of Summer Hats, to which the attention of gentlemen is invited, at the fol lowing prices, vjr. French Pearl (a new article) $4 00 Tear! Csssimere 3 30 White French (also a new article) 4 00 Smooth White Castor 3 30 Alsa, an assortment of I'anams. Fine Palm Leaf, Bohemian, ind other Hata. suitable for the season. jel2 lm'rrc MILLS, 171 Broadway, Howard Hotel. MILLINERY AND DRESS MAKJNCT MRS. ROSE, No. 173 Walker street, New York, re spectfully solicits a call from Ladies wishing aay thing in the Millinery or Dress Making line. jel4 lm*rh gp IMPORTATION OF WATCHES. RECEIVED from Switzerland, by packet ship j/urich an assortment of Watches and Movements ol "every description and ef first quality, ready lor the wholesale trade, at moderate prices. DELACHAU8E & MA IRE, jn7 lm*rc No. 127 Fulton street. New York ItOULSTONE'S RIDING SCHOOL, 1ST mid 130 Merccr Street. MR. JOHN S. ROULSTONE has the honor ?o inform his friends and the public in general, that hit Schnwl for Instruction in Horsemanship ia now opto lay and evening, as follows . ? Hours for Gentlemen from 6 to 8 A.M. " " Ladies " 9 A. M. to 3 P. M. Terms of instruction made kuowu ou application to Mr Elouls tone Mr. R. has jolt received from the country several fine and itylish Saddle Horses, which he is authorised to sell at a rea iQnable price. my7rc FOR SALE ? A Farm on the Banks of the Hudson, icon taming about sixty acres Ml iu a high state ofcultiva linn with splendiu Buildings, situated one mil* Wast ol Newburgh. The terms will be made easy. For irar ticulars inquire at 419 Broadway, corner of Canal street, in the Shoe Store. jv9 Zweod-rc TEETH ! TEETH ! ! TEETH ! ! ! UNPRECEDENTED RFUUCTION IN IJENT/STR V. AT tfie old establishment, 62 East Broadway, where can be -T. hid from oue to a whole set of Tarth iusoitrd ou the most ? aaamable terms. Superior Tcth inserted from 75 Cents to S3 00 Teeth Filled from 5?i cents to 1 00 Teeth Mounted for other Dentists, by N. TAYLOR, jul7 lm'rc Surgical and Mechanical Dentist. TEETH ! TE LTl I ! TtvETH ? WONDERFUL IMPROVE ENTS 1)R. BROWN, DENTIST, AT THE OLD ESTABLISHMENT, NO. 280 % BROADWAY, three doors abova Chambers street, next t? Stewart's new building, continues to iniert ?retnium Artificial Teeth, from cue to a whole set. on the ScieiHiDc Principles of Atmospheric Preaaure. Also, his cele brated WHITE CEMENT, tor filling decayed teeth, and warranted usefUl for mastication LOOSE TEETH, irising from medical treatment, or other cansea, effectual!) '<u ten ed by the highly recotnmended Lotio Oiimta. TOOTHACHE ;ured in one miuate, without pain. Teeth extracted with lesi than half tlie usual uain. PRICES LES8 .nan any other Deutist in this city. References will he given ti lumerous families and to the medical faculty iu this city, bj '?lli'iirnt No iWOS Broadway. inv27 lm'rh si/ A'J uHr.S:- WATCHES AND JEWELRY.? Thoi. vr who wish to purchase (Jolil or 8ilver Watcliea, Uoli /h.iiiiS, Gold Pencils, Keys, tic., will find it greatly to their ad 'intage to call ou the subscriber, who is selling all description if tli- above at much lower than any otliei house id tlie ity. 4 told Watches an low as $20?nd $23 each. W.tches and lewelry exchanged or bought All Watches warranted to keei {ond time or the money reiunded. Watches and Jewely repair -d iu the best manner and warranted, at much less than tht isual price G. C. ALLEN, Importer of Watches and Jewelry, Wholesale and Retail, 51 Wall street, m25 1m*ea Latr 90, cor. Vr'illiiun St., up stairs inc. OhLlLliKAThiJ i'Aib D'AAIA.'. UL.Z. I14JEAT PASTE dissolved iu water proves a very excel lent, pleasant and heajthy summer drink; it can be had st he following places :?J. Milh.iu, No. 183 Broadway; J. R, Chilton, 263 Broadway: A. B. Sand b Co., 273 Broadway: Gass ier fc Vouug, 132 Chatham street: W. R. Ballatih, cor. Chant lers and Chatham streets;P. Merkle, 383 4ir:uid street: W. Kir ?y, cor. Division and Clinton streets; Moore, Lant ? Co.. 193 H roat street, and at tlie manulactory, 129 Attorney st; W. Kor enbach, 14 Hudson St.; J & J. Coddington, 203 Hudson, corner spring St.; J. W. Bassett, 644 Broadway; Collins tl Co., 11.1 Jrand street; l)r. Sargent corner Bth street and 3d avenue; John L. Shefflin, 1 14 Canal street; A. 4). Levy. 202 Delancy street ; liusliton Si Co. 110 Uioadway ; Brooklyn, Jas. W. Hmi ih, cor ier of Fulton and t Cranberry streets. ju3 ljn* rc o lMl'UKTANT NOTICE TO DAGUERREOTYPE ARTISTS. THE undersigned have m.vle application to get Lttlrrs Patrnt for their new process to color D.iguerreotyi* Picture*. Chi* process produces an effect not knowu before, anil changes he appearance of the Daguerreoty[ie to that of the finest iMint ug. This coloring process is done by nature itself, puidnj only 17 the hand of the operator, and machinery. Jt can be peformed jy (very one not skilled iu the art ol painting, and will be per ectly understood at one glance. It >110 can be com mmiicetcd u writing, without difficulty. Artnta wishing to procure the Patent right for a City 01 County, eiu make pre-vngngements therefore, by addressing postpaid) to WTk K. LANOENHEIM, jylimNc Etcliatigs, Philadelphia. Vt!& XiSTR y ? V ALU AfSLb DISCO V hH Y . PRESERVE YOUH TEETH. IITIIY will you ?uffer with the toothaclie, when by raHta; vf ou Dr. PAIGE, l:!9 Orand street, near Broadway, you :an have it effectually and entirely cured. He bas an entire lew preparation, that will cure it in a few minute* without ,iain or inceiir?nieu''c, sotliat it may be filled, making it a vnlu ible tooth for file, thereby obviating the |>ain and danger of ha rms it eitr??ed. It ia certainly one of the greatest discoveries if the age, and nerer fails of ins desired effect. The moatten ler teeth rilled without any unpleasant sensation. Artificia ceetJi inserted in the most approved manner. je7 lin'ec LASTS, LEATHER AND FINDINGS. CONSTANTLY on hand an assortment of Baltimore and Philadelphia Light Oak Leather, Philadelphia Morocco, md Findings of all kinds. Lasts made to any pattern. , N. B? A first rate lotof.Mr. O. Macheu's Philadelphia Rasps i'or sale at ?i Hpriug street, near Washington street. N York. Jul3 Im'rc WARRfcN ?. WILKKV. CARVER ic HALL, 4 RCHITECTS, Engineers, Building an ! Real Kftate f*. Agents, 33 Wall street. New York: il Ninth Siith street. Philadelphia, linns, Specifications ana Esti nates for Build ing; Drawings ana Specifications for Patent Hights. Real Es tie bought and sold; mnn.y loaned arid invested; property 1 aaed ami rents i-nlleeted |i-W lm?re DAGUERR EOTYPE APPARATUS. ARRANGEMENTS rvcently made with their brothtr-fa law, .Mr. Voightlanmler, Vienna, enable the subscribers to <ell those Apparatus at rvdncad rates, vi*:? Largest sue Apparatus, with three inch lenses for full size plates, at $IO. Medium siza Apparatus, with two inch lenses for half siar , dates, st (78. Small size Appantiti, with ooe-and-a half inch Wnses, lor tuarter size plates, at (JO. Gentlemen sending remittances in accordance with the ibore prirt'V may de| end u|k>ii receiving the gmiuiue Voigt. ?gender Appasatus, and not a worthless imitated article, they ? tring procured the sole agency for the United Urates. Plate* and t hemtcsl of their own importation, as well as all tlier articles connected with their art. for sale at the lowaal narket iinres. W. A. V. LANOr.NIIEIM. ?'hiladelphia i'.xchange. Referring to the above advertisement, the subscribers ir.form he Dagii-rriaii ArtKti 111 general, that the above A pp.' rerun and Ithcr materials c .'1 be procured at the stated prici s, at their .) gmrrean Attelier, So. 201 Broadway. New Vorli jyj Im're L, ANGt.NHKI.YI k BECK KM. SOMETHING NEW AND USEFUL. VFTER long endeavors, the undersigned has succeeded in introducing to ib?- people of the t inted States an article uey h <ve lung n?-etl. d. It ia iu the sha|ie of a Paste, railed 'ATK8 D A vl ANDES. ( Orgeat Paste, ) while it cvmbinea a ?eiltby snd pleasant drink for tile Summer While it promi ?.? tin se i|aalities it ia at the same time useful ii; removing Innrthurti ami Sour Stomach, snd la a cnpltal drink I'm dlse <?e* if the chest. Its component parts are very iunoe*iit ami It an be recommended to lem'les 111 nil stages of life ; good for vet nuises, and can be used at sea lai a subatitute liar milk. Prepared and sold for the Proprietor by L. JoHChims?eu. No. I ?. .1,.,. |?.<4 Im'te ULU liUi,D AiS U aj'f. V KR Gilt Kim ii lets. Book Dinder's Riga and Silver O Smith's Stoning* bonght, by A.BARNARD. , No- 2 Wall street. Melter sud Assayer of %ietals. Jewelers Sweepings purchased by assay. Flue Gold and ilol led Silver, for plating, constantly ou hand, at office No 2 wall_str*et . Works IIM Laurens sf?et jeJq lin'ec MANH >NI- sh? IMcaaka first Ilttelity Manganese, received sud iui ?*??- wy I K.I IMS K h BROOKS, . Jy IS a M sad C7 Nassau straal Arrival of the Great U'ntfrn. The steamer (ireat Western, Capt. Matthews, ar rived at an early hour yesterday morning, from Liverpool, whence she sailed on the5ih instant, one day after the Britannia. There is very little news, and none of a j oliticsl nature of any consequence. It appears, however, that the improvement in cot ton, noticed on the arrival of the Britannia, was ful ly sustained on the 4th and 5th inst. A direct line of steam communication lias been opened between England and China. On the anniversary ot the declaration ol American Independence, the American ships at Liverpool, hoisted their Hags, which presented a very tmy ap pearance in the sunshine. Flags were also hoisted at Mr. Charles Ware's and other American nouses. The Londonderry Journal gives a very gratifying re|>ort of increased employment in that quarter, in consequence of the weaving and sewing < i articles of linen and cotton texture, uj>on commit i?>o, for Scotch aud English houses. Several new establish ments for the manufacture of flax much i nery, are erecting in Belfast. In (ireat Britain and Ireland, there are, .iccording to parliamentary returns, 2,250, U0<) hor.-i s, worth about ?67,000,000 ; about 15.000,000 of black cattle, worth about ?215,000,000; 50,000,000 ol sheep, worth about ?67,000,000 ; and 18,000,000 of pigs, worth about ?18,270.000. According to ollicial returns, th-re are at present 28.000 English residents at Pari?, and in other parts of France, 73,550. Admittiugthat each i>erson spends, on an average, 5fr. |w*r day. the amount will be 124 ,228,7501 r. per annum, or ?4,069,160 British mo ney. The total revenue of France lor 1*4(> is estimated at 1,302,622,134 francs, being 5,785,351 francs more than the presumed expenditure!. From iliis amount, however, the large extra credits granted, or to be granted, will have to be deducted. M. Guizot has declared, in the chamber of depu ties, that the French government u opposed to the pretensions of the son of Don Carlos to the hand of the young queen. The Journal du Havre of the 2d of July, contains the following letter : ? Havre, lit July, 1846. Dr.AH Sih : ? Permit uic to otter you this public expression ot my gratitude, for the humanity shown to me, and to the per sons forming the crew of the late ?hip " Ten Brothers," under my command, in rescuing us at sea, from the clan ger which surrounded us. I cannot express to you all I feel ou the oceasion, but he assurod I shall ever retain the most lively sense of your disinterested kindness, and friendly consideration towards us, while on board your vessel. Pray also express my sincere thanks to the otH cers and crew of the " Hougly," as well as to the pas sengers on hoard, for all their obliging attentions. With every sentiment of osteem and respect, believe me, dear sir, your most faithful and obedient servant, Glohoi: CiAwrosn. To Captain Koi-nis, ship Hougly. The Russian government has thrown open the markets ol that country for a twelve month, and it is said that the English refiners are preparing " re fined goods," that is, sugars, for that market with so much vigor, that they will be able to send in a sup ply for two or three years. This is one cause ol the present activity of the sugar refining trade. British Science. ? Pome time since an English barometer was forwarded to New York by Lieut. Col. Sabine, via Liverpool, for the purpose of com paring several barometers in the United States with the standard of the Royal Society. The instrument hus arrived on its way back to complete the compari son, and the Lords of the Treasury have directed its delivery to the proper authority duty free. Spain. We have received the Madrid journals of the 26th ult. The Ticmpo announces in positive terms that Queen Isabella will visit Aragon, Navurre, and the Basque provinces. The Globo re(>eat8 tins news, with an assertion that the corps of halberdiers hat received orders to march to Bilboa ; und adds, thai the itinerary of Her Majesty will be through Sara goseti. l'ampeluna, and Mondragen, to Santa Agueda, in Biscay. The last letters from Barcelona state that the day of the Queen's departure was unknown, but the question of her proceeding l?y Nuvarre and the Masque provinces was again brought forward. M Martmezde la Rosa, the Minister of Foreign Af fairs, waB in attendance on Her Majesty. The two English vessels which had arrived at Barceloua were the Eagle frigate and the Devastut.on steamer, from Malta and Naples. Madrid Bourse ? Three per Cents for cash, <52; for account, 32 j ; Five per Cents for cash, 21; lui account, 21 j. Germany. There will be a Cabinet Council to-day at Pots dam, at which, it 16 generally supposed, ttie instruc tions to be given to the delegate to the Zollvereiri Congresss at Carl>r:ihe will form the main topics ol consideration. A numerously signed petition in favor of a high protective system has !>een forwarded to the King Iroui tlberfelu. A similar |>etition has dready b"en presented on the part of the manufac turers of Aix-lrt-Cha|telle. ? Berlin Letter, June 28. Theatricals. The Frazer Family are singing with great success at Crosby Hall, iu London. Anderson, the tragedian, hasnetted $22,000 in the United States. Mr. Leslie, a youn^ composer of great merit, has written an Opera culled the "Castle of Otranto." The Theatie lloyal Drury-lane/clesed for the sea son on Thursday last. Mercadante's oj>era of "llGiuramento" was revi ved ut ller Majesty's Theatre on Tuesday last. A young violinist, named 11 ill, made a most suc c-ssliil debut at a concctt of the Royal Academy of Music, 011 Saturday last. The "Daneeuses Viennoises" and part of Mr. Bat ty's equestrian company, performed at a fete eham petre, in the grounds of Charlton House, on Tues day last. The representation of />* Huguenoti by the Brus sels company on Monday evening, at Covent Gar den, was played to a crowded house. On the 21st inst., at St. Clement Dane's church, i Strand. Alfred Ormonde, Esq., was married to Miss Wuverley Scott, a favorite actress in Mr.Pritchard's company at the York and Hull theatres. Last night Templeton, the vocalist, gave a fare well entertainment in the Music-hall, previous to his departure for America ; and we have never | seen a more crowded or more brilliant asseni ! blage in the Hall on any similar occasion. The entertainment consisted of a choice selection from Mr. Templeton's various performances, and included his two favorite sccnas of "I love her," and "All is lost now." The whole of the pieces were received with most enthusiastic applause; but still "Did Towler" and "Sally in our Alley" seemed the favorites, and with the "Jolly Beggar," as well as one or two others, were warnily encored. The vo calist was sorely tasked on the occasion ? but he was in excellent voice, and ready for every call. Previous to giving his concluding song? "The Bay ol Biscay" ? Mr. Templeton said, that he had on previous occasions endeavored to express Ins feel ings of gratitude to his patrons in words, but on this occasion he would try to do so in song, though it was far from expressing the sense which he felt of the favorable reception and encouragement he had received from his countrymen? or the regret he felt ai parting. He begged now, for a time, to bid them all sincerely and respectfully farewell. This was followed up by his singing a song marked MS. in his programme, and entitled " Farewell to the Und of bright hearts und bright eyes," which was re received with great npplause. At the close of the enteitamment, Mr. Blewitt sung his favorite comic song, "lleigh ho! oh dear! oh dear!" which, as usual, called forth much laughter and npplause, amidst which the veteran pianist made Ins bow and retired. ? Vakdonian Mercury, .1 one 26 ? [We un derstand that Mr. Templeton will give a farewell entertainment in Liver|>ool, on the eve of his a|> proachnig departure for America ] Aiming the numerous candidates for vocal fame this season, we take credit to ourselves for pointing out to public admiration h gentleman fresh arrived from Italy, whom we have heard at seve: d con certs. His name is Arthur$on, and we will boldly say. we esteem hint the lirst tenor in England. Mis voice is spjewhd, and his style excellent. The quality of his voice strongly reminds us of Mario, and now and then of Rnbint ; nnd if Ins career be a dramatic one, we prophesy for him a glorious tri umph ovn Ins competitors of "known mediocrity." ? I. mdon ivificr, June SO When Mr. llackett, the distinguished American arti'te, njipeawd recently at the Haynia'ket, by the | express desire of her Majesty, nnd perfouned ?ith , audi royal and popul u approbation, uonapnite's ex- 1 iled general, Monsieur Mnilett, a cross of n clieva- > jier of the Legion of Honor, worn by Mr Hack' tt. I In in.? pietsed very cordially by his hand, became ! diaengaged from its fastening upon his left breast, and bouiidedjtover towards the royal box at his light h nd, and fill upon it* face * His Koyal Iliuhmss. Prince Albert, noticed this singular accident, and graciously sent to Mr. llackett, through his private secret, ii y, the Hon. Mr. Anson, en elegant breast pin, worn at the time in his own royal bosom. ? Lon don Obiervtr, June 22. Market*. Loxiiuw Mour .Market, July J, P. M. ? The account* received tiom Mexico are, under existing circumstance* deemed of verv great importanae. The banishment of Santa Anna is looked upon a* the wisest step which the government could have pursued, all persons revolting at the pu nishment of death | and his exiln will be, in many respecti , more effective tor con*olidating the new guv ernmcnt. We have just leam?J that the sum lomitted to the firm of Schneider k Co.. the new agents ol the Mexican gov ernment, on account of the dividend, is 121,300. . The market lor British public securities I. as been more buoyant thi* morning Reduced 3 per cents, having been last done at 99?, the Threo-aiid a-^uaiter New at 102J, Exchequer-bill* remain at ftft67, India Ootids ure 6? 69 pot., and Bank $to"k '.'1 1 V. Consols have been done for the Opening at 9flj Mexican Bond* have improveJ, from the complexion of the acconnt* received by the mail ; their last price was 37. Deferred 21}, Colombian 18, Spanish 27 j. and 39 re cpectivol; and Portuguese Five per cents. 84^. Theie has not been much spirit in the foreign transactions. The railway shares hare not been active, and tho num ber of coucer* in which business is doing is daily di i inini.shiug. Qi* aht k r Before Three.? Consols for the Opening, ?)!? Liverpool Co ? ton Market, July 4, P. M. ? There ha* heen an upward tendency in our market for a fortnight past for American Cotton, which ha* gradually resulted in an advance of Jd per lb. Brazils also must be quoted Jd dearer. Egyptians and Su rats are without change in prices. Sea Uiand* command extreme rates. There has been taken on speculation 19,000 American, and for ex portation 1530 American and 550 Smut. We close with a healthy demand. Forwarded info the country unsold during the past month 10,000 American and 330 Pernam. The prices declared by the Committee of Brokers this week lor fair Cotton are? Bowed 4;d, Mobile l;d, Or leans -IJd. Sales from the "28th ultimo to the -tth instant inclusive. ?>70 Sea Island 9j ajl2; 20 Stained do 3j a <>; 13060 Bowed a 43; 23060 Orleans 3 a 7j 160(10 Mobile 3j a 4/j; 2070 l'ernambuco 6} a fij; 60 Baiua 5j a til; h-JO Murauham 4 a ??j; 1280 Egyptian 6 a 9; 50 Carthagena 2} a 0; 1140 West India II a jj ; 2000 Surat 2 a 3J; 10 Madias 2] a 0. Total bale* 00.990 Liverpool Provision Market, July 4, P. M. ? We have i had only a moderate demand for Irish butter this week, , and a limited import has caused holders to be as firm in prices a* noticed in our lait, from which w# can make ; no alteration. Bacon, ham* and lard are in good demand, i and rather higher rates are obtained; the latter article ia I becoming scarce, particularl v of good quality. Beef and I pork are still only taken lor immediate supplies: pork of best brand* i* in few hands, and a little higher in value Liverpool Corns Exchange, July 4, P. M. ? Our mar | ket this morning wa* well attended by town and country I millers, and although the weather assumed a much more ; favorable aspect, u tolerable business was transacted in j Irish Wheat at an amendment of Id to 2d per 70 lb*., upou tho currency ol last market: English und foreign duly paid, though not equally saleable, participating iu a similar advance. In bonded wheat*, however, no furth er sales were reported to-day, the high prices a6ked ha ving checked the demand. Irish (lour, being taken off rather freely, realised 0d per sack over previous lates; but iu Canadian little was done, 2000 barrels of the latter liuving teen offered by auction at the close of the mar ket, and, except, 100 sold at 20* lid, the whole was with diawn for want of bidders. State or Thai>e? Manchester, Friday Evening, July 1.? We have had more doing in cloth since Tuetiiay, and at the turn in favor of the seller fur a few description*, whilst manufacturer* are refusing generally to enter in to long contracts at present rates. Spinner* are again asking more money, and are likely to obtain it. Bradford, July 4 ? The huiiness done iu piece good* is large to-duy, and on the whole satislactory .though the de#iand cannot be considered extraordinary, especially aa this is the season for buying in goods for tire autumn aftd winter trade. Yarns continue verv dull, without any prospect ol tho least improvement. Not much doing this week in wool. The supplies being small, there i* no chance of any decline for the present. Calcutta, May 10.? No intelligence has reached this during the past week, of the occurrence in the Mofuisi of anything likely to affcct the crop of Indigo unfavora bly, nor have we anything new to :uld to our last report. From Jcssoro there wetc complaints of rather too much raiu at the commencement ot tho month, but the weather has *ince been dry, and their prospects must now be better than belore. fn Kishnaghur the same rain was, we understand, somewhat partial, but it extended to Purneah and Bhagulpoio, where prospects were pre viously good, and have of course been further improved. In some parts of Tirhoot, we have not yet heard of ram haviug 1 alien, but as a whole a fair average out-turn ma) be expected fro.a that district. Exports from 1st November to 8th inst. : ? Great Bri tain. 2ft, 616 chests, fy mds. 94.843; France, 10,346, do do. 36,040 ; North Aineiica, 643 do. do. 2,183; Ked Sea and Persian Oulf, 1,9?5 do. do 0,276 ; other places, 21 do do. 01 ; total, 38,570 do. do. 139,448. Imports. ? Cotton I'ieco Good*? The market continues to improve gradually, nnd prices of neai 1> all staple goods suited tor tho season ate firm, with an upward ten dency. hhirtings? lirey are saleable at a shade above last week's prices, while bleachcd des , ciiptions fully maintain their previous value.? Woollen* ? Wo ha\e heard ol no sales of any im portance during the bygone week. Metals? Transac lions continue on a veiy limited scale, there being ap potently no demand from the L'pper Provinces, i ,uppei ?Theie is a moderate demand lor sheathing, a Lttlt above our last quotation*, tor Iocai purposes, but for al. other kinds the market is dull. Spelter ? A fuitner de cliue has taken place during the week, 1500 mil*, having sold from Ct. its. 10 10 to 10-12, and we doubt uhethe. ??alas to any extent could be made without submitting to a further reduction. There seems no disposition a present among the native* to (peculate in thi* metal, ant ironi the l'pper Provinces theie it at prosent almost n< demand, lion? The market lor thu metal lemaiii* it much the same state, there being few tellei* except at i much higher rate thuu speculators (now almost the suit buyers) are willing to givo. Monet Market. ? Since the last summary per Precur *or, nothing has orcuried to alter the state of oar market lor the past week. The supplies thrown into it by go vernment bills seem sutticieut for all monetary demands Government securities are rather more in demand : the new live per cent loan is risiug in value. Court Intelligence. Sl rr.nioR Court, Monday, July 21.? Thi* court hav ing adjourned over for the term on Saturday last, de livered no opinions yesterday. Chancery, Monday, July 21.? The Vice Chancellor sat, but delivered no opinions. His Honor was engaged iu hearing tx parte motions during the day. Common Plea*? In Chambers? Before Judge Ingra liam - TVir late Fire ? Hahran Coijnit ? -Extraordinary Cute of Safety of Human Tjfe. ? James Farrell was as listing at tne safety of goods in Beaver itreet at the great fire on Saturday lorenoon? alter having exhausted him self with a number of other brave hearted men, in Faving lioxe* of Ftench merchandize Irom the tlamcs at the peril of his lilc, he seized a handfull of handkerchief* to wipe the sweat from his brow, and was instantly nrrestcd for stealing. The following dialogue took place en tho oc casion referred to : ? OnitER.? What are you doing with the handker chief* I Farrell ? (All black with smoke and rubbish, and in a great perspiration) ? 1 am savir.g from the flames, OrncB*? No, sir, you are stealing. Farrell? Stealing, sir; 1 could not ileal; it i* not in tho blood ot the Furrell's to steal. I live in Brooklyn, where 1 have a beautiful wil'o. At this moment, and on the very spot where Farrell had stood, the building fell out with a crash that made the foundations shake. Farrell. the officer and the spec tator* stood ugliast. Farreli ? 1 thank you, you have save my life. Orru ? a? Come withme. The offiaer calmly and deliberately took Farrell to the Station House, and thence to the Police Office. : On Sunday morning hi* wife sought for her husband, J but in vain. She came from her residence, near the navy j yard .and sought for him, or his body .amidst the nuns, but i in vain. She had no tidings ? in delicate circumstances, joung, and with an oveicharged heart, she gave hersell up to utter despair, when Farrell's lawyer, Mr. Major. ; celled at her residence and apprised her of her husband's . fate. The following dialogue, it appeored, took place:? ! Major ? 1* Mr*. Farrell within ! I Mr*. Farrell ? Yes sir. Major? I wish to tee her. j Mr*. F? I* my husband safe 1 Major ? He is sale, and well taken care of I Mr*. F ? (In deep agony.) ? Where i* my husband ! M wor- Madam, he is infe? Call upon me in the mor ning at 0 o'clock and 1 will deliver him to you. Monday Morning, 9 o'clock ? The Tombs ? The Lady ! in Teais. Major ? Is Justice Drinker iu ? Clerk ? No, sir ? Ho has left for the country. Major ? With thirty cafes on hand and no examina tion ? k . ? Yes, *ir. Major.? I wish to give bail in a case for stealing from the lire. I can give ten, fil'teon, twenty thousund dollars, lor the man's wile is in a dangerous state. I want him discharged on bail. Clerk.? We can't interfere with Mr. Drinker's busi ness. ,vi a jo r, ? Then, sir, there it one hope left, to save a fe male from distraction, her husband Ironi incarceration. 1'Le writ of liahea t e?rj>ut is still left us by the common law The writ was issued. The trial was ordered. The District Attorney appeared -the poor woman wa* in an agony of tears Ju go Ingraham w ho saw the scene, ami the entire crowd deeply sympathized with her. No evidence was offered. The judge, the counsel, the prisoner, with a vast concourse ol his Iricuds, all seemed imbued with the sumo lei ling. Justice predominated ? i igtit lor once had the sway? and the man who two day* ago lor an act ot benevuleure might have been buried tinder the ruins, wa* saved from death by an officer, and irom worse than death by the issuing of the writ of hah nu empui. 1 he scei.e ? as truly hcait-Tending between Cie par ties, a* soon as Fanell was set at liberty . There ate many incidents connected wi'h tne late liic, that contain ' hu squally poweiful moral. Dntt, at Ri.adensbi no ?A duel was (ought on Wednesday morning 'it the Old Battle Ground, Hladens huig, between a ,?ir. t taik Mid a Mr. Dymoek, lio n North t arolino. Thecauso of ^naircl was a publication ol an offensive character made by Mr i>> mock,who>i* the editor of a newspaper in North Carolina, concertin g Mr. Clark, who is n candidate lor < ougtcs*. The t.elti gerents exchanged aliota, and then became reconciled by the interference of mutual friends, neither having sus tained any personal injury. I MoTemtiili of Trarfllfrt. Tbe arrivals centiaue to pour in in Great profusion. *11 from dwtant sections of the Union. Amongst tbe many, the following are registered at the America v ? O. Bostwfck and N. O Bostwlck, Mon treal R. P. Hunt. Lexington; J. L. Metcalf, Natchexj W Wilcox, Toronto; J. W. Houston. Delaware ; Dr. Orifflth. Massachusetts; F.dward Bucke, Washington, D. C ; Col. Alien, Philadelphia; N.C. Jones, Alabama, and '""aitu a*? Messrs. Adrian, Underwood and Bell, rivals since the Annexation.) Texas; W. O. w?ite, W ashington ; J. It. Siftith. Phila. -.Kellogg, Troy ; Prof. Webster, Cambridge; Geo. Hall, N. Orleam . j inn, Boston ; Adams, Andenon, Colebough and Wil liams H Carolina ; K. O. Chamblilt, Miss. ; Dr. Hol hrooli, 8. Carolina ; Capt. Mathews, Oreat Western ; ?. T Randolph, Philadelphia, and 30 others. I Cin.- Jenkins, Pond, Delaplace, Philadelphia j J. Lawrence, Boston; Messrs. Cummins, Walcoch and , Orain, H B M r, 2d Regt. ; Revah Morgan, Norwich ; , J. W. Harruld, England ; Sweetier onif Bancroft, Bos ton ; J. Dugan and Jones, do.; Thos. B. Church, Or* i leant* ; Geo. Olenn, Savannah, Ga., and 10 otheri. K?? F. Smith, Cleveland ; W. H.Porele, ; Schenectady ; E. D. Smith, Mobile ; H. Clarkaon, J. I White, passengers per Great Western ; C. Birch, Eagla i River, Lake Superior ; k. U. Thompson, Copper Water, do. ; H. Downing. N. Orleans ; Capt. Trencher, ship Montreal, and 20 others. Howard.? W. (J. Foote, Geo.-. J. W. Blakely, Ct. ; Oil i bert J. Brower, Phila. ; H. A. Rose, Ct. ; Geo. A. Arnold, ; Mobile , Dr. Thorp, Ala.; It. Wilson, Baltimore ; G eo I Hillearv, Maryland ; Mr. Buchanan, Canada; J. Ten nant, Canada, and 40 others. Oi obk.?D. B. McCarthy, New Orleans : Alfred Col I iard Phiia. : Dr. Morton, do. -, L. Y. Barre Hunt, Phila. ; R. W. Pooler, Savannah ; B. It. McDowell, do.; Mr. Bab 1 cock, Buffalo. ____________ Common Council* Boaiui ok ALOKaMfcx. ? This Board met last evening, , Oliver Charlick, Esq., President, in the chair. The minutes of lust ineetipg were read and opproved. I Petiliom.- Of Charles L. Frank, to remove tho re i mains of his father and brother. Accepted. Of John Carwin, to have - ? street, between ith and ' 9th avenues, regulated. Referred. I Of Trustees of Dutch Church, I- orsy h street, to be re lieved from personal tax. Referred. I 01' John Ilall, asking permission to be allowed to put I up awning posts, at HI Catherine street. Relerred. Of Isaac B. Smith, atking an equivalent for damages sustained inconsequence oi a nuisance. Referred. Jlppointments. ? William S Ross, vice John A Rosa? marshal lath ward, for taking the census in that ward. JohnC. Obham, vico John M. Bodenwick, marshal 8th ward, resigned. ., . Reports.? In favor of returning a sum of *10, paid b> Peter Corby, for his liscense as measurer of lime, which he resigned in 1843. Accepted. , , In favor of purchasing a suitable supply of copies or the New York Annual r lor 184>, lor the use ' f the Common Council and public departments. Ac ?? Adverse to paying John M. Sheridan for services as waiter at the City Hall, in 1812 to May, 18-13. Accepted. Chirf Engineer? The Fire.? A aommunication was re ceived from the Chief Engineer, calling tbe attention of the Common Council to the circumstances connected with the late awful conflagration, originating in New street ; and, particularly directing the attention ol the Common Council to the fact, that gunpowder w as actual It found in where the explosion took place. The com munication went on to state, that in consequence of thla gross violation of law, the Fira Compan at would ba compelled to suspend operations, unless the Common Council took steps to caretully investigate the matter -, as the Firemen on duty had a narrow escape of their lives at the time of the explosion. The communication was referred to a select committee, consisting of Messrs. Hart, Messerole and Stoaeall. Marine Court ? Report in favor of removing tbe rine Court from its present location to that of the Ameri can Institute, in the sume building. Remonstrance from the latter against such a change. I The report was adopted. Communication Irdm the Comptroller asking approprl I ation of $39,066 '<9. Report in favor tUereot adopted. More Nativeism.? Report adverse to allowing Nicode 1 mus quackenboss. a sum of $660, claimed lor services as I Vssistant Coiporation Attorney in 1814. I Alderman Er*so> offered a resolution, directing an ap propriation of *600 to be made, to defiay the expenses of investigating the cueumstances which led to the lato ' awful conflagration. ? Referred to the special committee, i with power. ' Fire Company JVo. 42.? Thit Company applied fcr ai J ! from the Common Council to enable them to hire men to ' dig out and discover tho remains of one of their men, who it is suppot-ed iF buried under the ruins at the late lire, a ud to explore them thoroughly. A sum of $010 was appropriated. papers from ihe Boaid of Assistants.? Several papera .roin the Board of Assistants wuie taken up and passed, I and the Board adjourned. Board oi Assistants. ? This Board also met last even ing, tho President, N. Pkarce, Esq , in the Chair. The minutes ol last meeting weie read akti approved. Petitions Referred ?Of O. ri. Voorhees, gad others, for removal ol pump in Church street, between Vesey and r ulton sts. . , _ , Of Leonard Haxlctiue, and otheri. for lence on Harlaxu Railroad, above 71st st. Remonstrance oi American Institute, against dispes 1 tasting them ol their rooms in the park Reports cf Co'limitt ti.Moptrd ?In lavor of regulating ' 13rd stieet,' between Lioomiugoale road and 6th avenue. In favor of setting curb an i gutter stone in 1st avenua, ! betweeu 13th and 26th streets In favor of regulating 37th street, between 8th and #tli > avenuet. 1 In lavor ol paving 19th street, between 2nd and 3rd 1 avenues. ' lu favor of paving 16th street, between avenue A and 1 1st Avenue. , ' In favor oi paving 28th street, between #th and 10th ? avenues. Petition Jlt'opted.? Of Wm. S. Dorley, to be appointed ' weigher of anthracite coal. ' Communication from George Young and W. \ oung.ln relation to a fire alarm bill. Ordeied to be placed on tile. Papers from the Board of Jjldermen. ? Resolutions, 4*e. Concur* ed in. ? In faior ol confirming contract for pur chasing ">00 lamp frames at *2 26 apiece. Communication from Comptroller, in favor of selling the steamboats and barges belunging to the Corporation. Concurred in. To appoint William Corbett a marshal to take the elec tion census lor . Also, G. L. Tucker for Fifteenth Ward. To extend the hospitalities of the city to Hon. Louis McLane. Committee to consist of Messrs. Cornell, Og den and Mcday. To allow the Aldermen of the different Wards to up iioir.t a sufficient number of men, to trim and light ihe lamps? their pay not to exceod moie than *1 26 per da>. To have gas houses in Canal, Centre and llc?ter streets removed as soon as possible. Emigrants.? In la\or of directing captains of vessels to land all aliens and emigrants arriving in tho city at Pier No. 10 North River, under penalty ot *.>0. Mr. CA?r.i:e opposed the resolution ; Mr. Pi-hskr s|>oke in lavor, and a ircneral discussion ensued. Concurred in. In lavor of relieving the General Mntual aud Sun Ma tual Kire Insurance Companies from taxation. Petition of Patrick Hill to be released from imprison ment foi selling old iron and liquor without license? (iranted. and resolution concurred in. Memorial front Mercantile Library Association in rela tion to an exchango of books with the city of Paris. Re ferred. H-part? In favor of a bulk head being built across Whitehall slip, the expense to be borne oy tbe Union Forry Company and the Richmond 1 urnptke C oinpany. Adopted. Papers from the Board concurred in? Resolution direct ing (lie ( nief Engineer to employ a ? ufficient number of men to clear away the ruins at tlio late fire lor the pur pose of finding the bodies of Mr. Cowdry and others the expense not to exceed *460. . . _t Communication from the Chief F.ngineer of the Fire Derailment, relative to gunpowder having been stored iu certain buildings, causing the explosion at tho late ire and recommending an examination into the mailer, ttel'erred to Committee ? .Messrs. Purser, McClay, and Vlbertson appointed a committee to confer with couimit cee of the etner Board. Resolution in lnvor of granting the rooms now occu pied by the American Institute lor the use of the Marino , uiirt? Concurred in. A motion waa now mad* by Mr. Gilbert, to expunge tho second preamble of a lesolution adopted by till* iioard at a previous meeting, reflecting on the character ol the President of the Board of Aldermen, on which oc casion a committee wm appointed to enquire into tl.e rea ?ons why the resolution of this Board, granting pernws Mon to sundry persons to erect booths aiound the Paik on the 4th ol July, was not laid before tho other BoaH liy him lor thuu action, when he was aware that no other meeting would take place previous to that event. The motion was lost -live in the adlrmative, and ten in tlu negative. Hrsniiitions That Wm. S Ross bo appointed to take the censii" ot the third distilct, F.ifteenth tVard, in place of John L lloss, resigned. That J. C. Osborne be appointed to take the census In the third district, 8th Ward, in place of present marshal resigned. Communication from the Comptroller, nskiug a further appropriation ol about *313, 2o* for sundry purposes? concurred in. That o sewer be built in 9th street, from Uuiveraity Place to Broadway. Adjourned to .tionday evening. Folic*- In tsTllgt m?e. Touicr. Orric* ? Mon day. ? f erjnty- Leopold Silber than was arrested by otHcer Stephens, charged with com mitting perjury in swearing to an nlfldavit before Justice UnnWei , uiiaiging Lyon Levy with being a party acce? ?,iiy to ihe rubbery ol hit premises about the ?: l h ol June last. . i?o'/ier? Benjamin G. HmlJart, 19 Duanc street, was arie-tttil, chaigeu with peijury in ouo ol our Civil >,uuits. it i and Larreiiy.? Joseph Flenrv was arrested, rharged witn stealing goods aiuountiug to f7n liom -iili .Viuum ? tieet. ."aciilegr.- The vestry of Calvary Chnrch, Fouith avcnt e , was rubbed yesterday ol a coat belonging to the t'asio E , it hu s as '''ing service in a suppiicu. Je/lii Shea, aHusJu^n thate, was auested by offloer iliitln.ell lor sU!i'liii?' one pail |?nts Irom Wm A k Henry ...ead, No. Sill harry itieet, ot the value of lour .loliiiis ? liuly comnntted. ArPOfNTMKNTS DV TUB pRICSmKNT.? Hpniy Cnlllp hell, to be deputy postmaster nt Rochester, in the State jf New i oi k, In the place of S.J. Andrews, removed.

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