Newspaper of The New York Herald, July 27, 1845, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated July 27, 1845 Page 1
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THE NEW YORK HERAL Vol. XI., Mo. lttl-WhoU Ho. 4067. NEW YORK, SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 27, 1845. Frlet Two Cants. THE NEW YORK HERALD. JAMES GORDON BENNETT, Proprietor. Circulation? Forty Thousand. DAILY HERALD? Every day. Price 3 cent* pel Copy ? $7 96 per milium ? payable in advance. WEEKLY HERALD? Every Saturday ? Price <JJ cents per copy ? $3 134 cents per annum ? payable in advance. ADVERTISEMENTS at the usual prices? always cash in advance. PRINTING of all kinds executed with beauty and do? patch. fyy- All letter! oi communication*, by mail, addressed to the establishment, must be post pai<^ or the |>osta?e will be deducted from the subscription money remit to it JAMES GORDON BENNETT, pBOritlRTO* or THE NkW Villi K HfcBALl) ESTARLISHMKN' corner of VnltAD nnrt Nsuiruu A' U MM hit ARRANGE ME N'l BLOOMINGDALE, M ANH ATTAN V ILLE, AND FORT WASHINGTON STAGES, Will commence running in the following (order, ou Saturday, May 'lie 17th, 1843, leaving Villf at G O clock, A. M., ami con tinue qjve.y half hour until 7 o'clock, P. M. leaving New York, comer of Chatham and pTryon Raw, at 8 A.M., and continue every half hour autil 8 . of. Stages to Carinansville Trinity Cuarca Cemetery and Fort WasTiiugtou, every hour tnrougn me uav. irom I A. M. to 7 P. M. rare to uianna.ianville cents; Carnimisville ltX; Fort W aaawaioa fj dents. B. MOORE, lv j im t<: Proprietor. MAIL. LINK FUK BOSTON. OVER THE LONG ISLAND UAIL ROAD, VIA NEW LONDON, NORWICH WORCESTER. At X o'clock in the Moraine, from the Foot of Whitehall street, South Kerry? Sundays excepted. Way Crates are iu readiness to receive baggage for New London, Norwich and Worcester. Baggage for Boston got* through under lock. ju 16 tl'rc FOR NEWPORT ANI) PROVIDENCE. On Mondtya, Wednesdays. and Fridays, over the Long Island Rail Road to Greenport, thence to Newport anil Provi dence ii^a<pL.'.iilid and commodious Sound Steamer. Ttii* L me leaves at 8 o'clock iu the Morning, from the Foot of Whitehall street, South Kerry. ju 16 tf rc FARE TO BALTIMORE #1. Through in Seven Honrs. NEW CASTLE AND FRENCH TOWN RAIL ROAD AND STEAMBOAT LINE. M. Douglass. will, on and after Mcaiday, June 16, leave Dock street wharf, daily, J except Sundays,) at 3 o'clock, P. M. Pas sengers will arrive iu Baltimore Ht 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. Davis. ConstitulMnj Captain J. Chaytor. George Washington Captain J.Trippe. ' This Line leaves Bowly's wharf, Baltimore at 3 P. M. ? Tickets for Wheeling auu Pittsburg cuu ba procured ou board the boat. UNITED STATES MAIL LINKS FOR BALTIMORE. Fare $3 ? Through in Six /fours. PHILADELPHIA, WILMINGTON AND BALTI MORE Railroad line. Via (Chester, Wilmington, Elktou, Havre de Grace, &c. On anil after Wednesday next, Juue 25th, the fare between Philadelphia and Baltimore, by the Mail Lines, will be reduced to S3. The Trains will leave as follows: ? Krom Philadelphia. | From Baltimore, Depot lull and Market street*. Depot in Pratt street. Daily, except Sunday, al 8 A.M. | Daily, exc, Sunday, at 9 A M. And Daily, at , 4 P. M. J And Daily, at 8 P.M. Wheeling and Pittsburgh? Tickets through to Wheeling and Pittsburgh can be liad at uie Det'ot, Eleventh and Market sts. G. H. HUDD ELL, Agent. For further information, apply to J. L, 8LEMMER, at the office of Adams & Co. 17 Wall street. Jane 24th, 1845. je29et: LONG ISLAND RAILROAD COMPANY. iEDUCED FARES. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT, TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS, Ou and after 14th Juue, IBIS. From Brooklyn Depot ? Boston Train? 8>, A. M. daily, Sundays excepted, stopping at Farining.lale and St. George's Manor. Accommodation Tram ? 9>? A. M and 5 P. M. for Farming dale and intermediate places, daily, Sundays excepted. Accommodation Train, 3 P.M. lor Greenport, daily, Sundays excepted, stoppiiigat Jamaica, Branch, Hempstead, and Hicks vill , and all the stopping places between llirksville aud Greenport. Fran tlrrenport Depot ? Boston Tr .in, daily, Sundays excepted, at 12^? o'clock M., or ou the arrival of thesteamers from Norwich. Accornmadation Train? At 4 A.M., daily, Sundays excepted, for Brooklyn and intermediate places. Frarn Farningdal r. Depot ? Accommodation Train. 6% A- M. and 2% P. M., daily, Ban nay* excepted, for Brooklyn and intermediate places. From Jamaica Depot ? Extra Train, IK P. M. daily, Sundays excepted, for Brook lyn and intermediate places. The Boston Trains stop only at Farmingdale and St. George's Manor. The Accommodation Traius stop at tiie following places on the road, going both ways to receive and deliver passeu Ki, vix: tor>.,, 8 Deer Park 69 Eaat New York 12W Thompsou S8 RaceCourse 18 ',1 Suffolk Station.. 100 Trotting (bourse 18;i Lake Road Station.. .. .1 18V Jamaica 25 Medford Station 1 18% Brushville 3l'i Milleville 1 50 Hyde Pa4t, 17 miles 37 X St. George's Manor. ... 1 63 Clowsville, (during ses- Riverhead .1 G2 sion Court,) 37^ Jamesport 1 r.2X Hempstead 37 Matteturk 1 62^? Branch 37;i Cutcliogue 1 62', Carle Place 44 SoutholU 1 62 Westbury 44 Greenport, Acc'n. train. 1 75>i Hicksville.. 44 Bosten Train 2 00 Fnrmiugdile t>2)< Stages are iu readiness on the arrival of Trains at the several Stations, to take passengers at very low Pares, to all parts of the Island Baggage Crates will he in readiness at the foot of Whitehall street, to receive Baggage lor the several Trains, 30 minutes be fore the hour of starting from the Brooklyn side. IT ? llnrkaway Bsgg.iire taken ill separate Crafea. julOre TO WESTERN TRAVELLERS. tAI'lU.M AN,' P I ON T7h K " PAC K ET LINK, From Philadelphia to Pittsburgh via the Pennsylvania Rail road* and Canal? through in 3'-, day*. The above line ii now iu full operation and offers great inducement! to person* who with a pleasant mode of travelling to the west. The car* are built in the mo*l approved modern *ty1e, the boat* are fitted up in a auperior manner, and every effort i* made by the proprietor* to couduce to the comfort and convenience ol traveller*. Tim scenery 011 this route i* unrivalled, and tile great chain of Peninylvania internal improvement* i* well woi thy oibeiiig seen. By thi* r*ute pimengrr* aveid all the fatigue* and danger* at tendant apoa stage travelling, and at the same time make an ex peditious trip. The car* leave every morning at 7 o'clock. Pnsseugersare ad vised to engage their places at Philadelphia. Cilice in Philadel phia N. E. corner of Che&uut und Konrtli itreet*. and at Nos. 13 and 15 Sontii Third its. A. CITMMINOS, Agrnt. Philadelphia, May 17, 1815. Kor information, in the city of New York, apply to B. H. KMSKLL, Agent lor D. LEECH it CO.'i Line. 7 West st, N. R. >nyl7 6in*rrc PEOPLES' LINK OF STEAMBOATS l-Oll ALBANY, fiOK DAILY hndiyi Excepted? Through Di f'st. at 7 o'clock P. M., flrem the Pier between 3La~-J(ELaaL-< <'iirt|:iii<j! and Liberty *Ueet*. Steamboat ROCHESTER, Captain R <?. Crnttendeu, will leave on Monday. Wednesday anil Friday Evening*, nt 7 o'clock. Steamboat KNICKERBOCKER, Captain A. Houghton, will leave on Tut sday, Thursday ami V it unlay ('Tellings, at 7 o'clock. At 5 o'clock P.M., landing at intermediate place*, from the foot of Barclay *lreet Steamboat NEW JERSEY, Capt. R. II. Furey, will lsave on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday Alteruoous, at J Steamboat SOUTH AMERICA, Captain W. H. Tniesdell, will leave on Tuesday, Thursuay. iu.d Saturday Afternoon*, at S e'clock. . , .... Passenger* taking eitlier ofthe above Lin>'*will arrive in Alba ny in ample time for fie Morning Train ot Cars for the eaat or west. S . . , , . The Beats are new and substantial, are furuishril with new and elegant ?taie room*, and for *l>eed and accommodations art un rivalled mi the Hudson. Freight taken at moderate rates. _ ... r. All prions are forbid trust nig any of the Boats of this Lute, without a written order from th? Captains or Ag^nt*. For passage or Ireiyht. apply on board the boat*, or to I . C. HcjnjiU I t tlr office on th? whuff. '>21 rc CHEAP EXCURSIONS TO THE FISH1NO HANKS OFF SANDY llOOK. FARE I8K CENTS EACH WAY ** "* Tilt, new and fast Ste.mnnat BUFFALO M'aiit. J. W. Ilancov, wfll make Eicursions SKLiluring the aeason every Monday. Wednesday, sml Miiwl ly, leaving Hammond street at 8 o'clock; < 'anal, 8'a j vtlincey and Pike Ms., E. R., 9; Pier No. I, N. R..9K o'clock. On the return passengers will lie landed at Coney Island, and one hour allowed for Bathing. All kinds of Refreshments on board. Bait at cost, jn 17 2w*ec NOTICE. STATEN ISLAND FERRY, FOOT OF WHITEHALL STREET. THt Steamboats SYLPH and STATEN ISLANDER will leave New York every hour except 5 P. M., commencing at ? A. M., until 7 P.M. Leave ilata island every honr except 4 p. Mm commencing at 8 A. M.. until 7 P. M. N.B.? On Sundays the Boats will leave errry honr from 8 A M? until 1 P. M., and from 1 I. M. until 7 P. M., every hall h??r. /yi2 NEW YORK, ALBANY AN!) TROY LINE. j|?K] ,?<* FOR ALBANY AND TROY DIRECT. QfCXft&mtf'r+ll o'clock, P. M.? The steamboat KM IRK, Captain R. B. Macy, will leave the ?gam boat pier foot of Courtlandt street, every Tuesday, Tliursdny and Sstnrday afternoon, nt 7 o'clock The steamboet C OUUMBIA, < >puin Win. H. Peck, every Monday, Wednesday and I" rtdav afternoon, at 7 o'clock, nor r ****** ot freight apply on boor*, w at lbs office on the Wbtrf. ,u? MORNING LINE AT 7 O'CLOCK, jMn M tt KOR ALBANY, TROY and intermediate Ml g**MnjJPlamlinir*. from the Steamboat Pier at the foot of n Hi y,, Bare I a y < treet. Ur? tkfast and Dinner on board the boat. Lmvm New York at 7 o'clock, A V., Tuesdays, Thur*days and Saturday, and Troy at 6 o'clock, A. M., Albany at 7 o'clock A. M. M ouuay, Wednesday mid Friday. The low-pressure steamboat 1 HOY, Captain A. Gorhun, o? Tuesday*, Thursday s and Saturdays. at 7 o'clock. The NIAGARA, Capt iin A. Degroot, on Mon day, Wednesday ami Friday, at 7 o'clock. For iws*age or freight, apply on ho, ml, or to K. B. Hall, at the office on the wharf. Notice? All goods, freight, bai;gage,bank bills, s|wcie, or any other kind of property taken, ship|?4, or put on board this bout, must be at the risk of the owner, of such gooU*. freight, bag gage. See. Jel8rc WILLI A MSB URQH ~A1VD PECK SUP FKUR Y. The Trustees of this Kerry, believi'ta that ? ^HUUe there aremauvof the citizens of New York SLwJBMlKLHiitl viciuity that are unacquainted with the ficilities this Kerry affords as a pleasant communication with Williamsburg and L>oug IslauJ, would state that there are two good Ferry Boats on this H erry. which leave Peck Slip every fifteen or twenty minutes through the day up to 5 o'clock, P. M., and then up to 8 o'clck, at each even hour aud hr-.lf hour; after which a boat leave* at 9 o'clock and 10 o'clock. The last boat leaving Williamsburg at half-pant 9 o'clock, P. M. P. 8 ?On the eveuing of July 4th, the boat will continue to run until 12 o'clock. jy2 lin'rc KOR HALIFAX AND LIVERPOOL. THE Royal Mail Steam Ships HIBK.R N1A and BRITANNIA, will leave Boston ^for the above ports, as follows'? Hibenna, Alex. Ryrie, Esq., Commander, Tutuday, Jnly 16th. Britannia, John Hewitt, " " Friday, August Ut. Passage to Liverpool $120. Passage to Halifax 20. For freight or iwssage, yply to jy 12 D. BRIOHAM, Jr., Agent.6 Whilst. DRAFTS ON GREAT BRITAIN AND IRKLAND ? Persons wishing to remit mo ney to their friends in any part of England. .Ireland, Scotland or Wales, can lie supplied kwith draft* payable at sight, without dis i count, fur any amount, from ?1 upward*, at the following place*, viz: In Enoland? The National and Provincial Bank of Eng land; Messrs. J. Banted & Co., Exchange and Discount Bank, Liverpool; Messrs. James But t (K Son, London, and brauche* throughout England and VVales. In line lam). ? The National Bank of Ireland, and Provin ] cial Bank and brandies throughout Ireland. In Scotland? The Eastern Bank of Scotland, National Bank of Scotland, Greenock I' inking Company, aud brauches throughout Scotland. The steamship Great Western sails on the 31st Jnly, by which all drafts can be forwarded free. Apply to W. & J. T. TAPSCOTT, jvl9 re 76 South St. cor Maideu lane. FOR SALE. FRMGHT OR CH ARTF.R? The ? very fast sailing N. York built packet ship YAZOO, 1 670 tons, live oik aud locust top, live oak transom, apron and forward and after cauts, carries 2200 bales New Or leans cotton, and has handsome furnished accommodations for 26 passengers. Apply on board at Jones' wharf, or to E. K. COLLINS St CO , jy20 ec 56 South street. KOR LONDON ? To sail on (he 2<lthJuly ? The splendid new Packet Ship BRUNSWICK, Cupt iMi-Manus, will positively sail for the above port, on regular day; can accommodate a few Cabin Passengers, in I a very superior manner, at less than the usual rates. Iler ; Steerage accommodations is very lofty and aiiv. For Second 1 Cabin and Steerage Passengers, all of which will lie taken very : low, by applying lo JOHN HERDMAN. J y25 ec 61 South st. one door east of Wall St. LONDON LINE OF PACKETS? Regular pack ,et of the 1st of Auirust. ? The splendid new packet ssliip PRINCE ALBERT, W. S. Seber, muter, will as above, her regular day. I l aving very superior accommodations for cabin. second cabin and steerage passengers, jiersons wishing to secure berths by this vessel should make early application on board, foot of Maideu lane, or to JOSEPH M'MURRAY, HOT Pine street corner of South. Tlie packet ship ST. JAMES, K. R. Meyer, master, will succeed the Prince Albert, and sail on the 1st of September. Ill IB rc KOR MARSEILLES? Packet of 1st August.? .The superior ship AGNES, Capt. Wethered, will stake the place ol the new Aip Nebraska, not ready, and sail on the 1st August. For freight or passage, apply to CHAMBERLAIN St PHELPS, or to jul7 rc BOYD St HINCKEN, Agents, KOR SALE, FREIGHT OR CHARTER-The ?very fast sailing barque HOME, Captain Watts, built .... sin Baltimore one year since of the best material*, carries atmut 4,000 b irrels, and has handsome accommodations lor twenty passengers. Apply to Captain Watts, on board, at Pike street wkarf, or to E. K. COLLINS & CO. . il7 re fi6 Houth street. ' OL*D~ESTABLISHED EMIGRANT PASSAGlE jV. OFFICE, 61 South St. ? Passage Irotn England, Ire MMfeslaud Scotland and Wales ? Those sending for their friends would do w ell to avail themselves of the opportunity of makiugtheir arrangement* with the subscribers on very mode rate terms, by first class packet ships, sailing from Liverpool weekly. Drafts can as usual be furnished lor any amount, payable throughout the Uuited Kingdom. Apply to JOHN HERDMAN, 61 South st. The mail steamer Hibernia sails frem Boston on the 16th inst, by w nich letter* ran be forwarded quickly. mv23 rh KOR GLASGOW ?Regular Packet.? The well .known, fast sailing British Barque ANN 11ARLEV, ? Duncan Smith, master, 450 tons, will meet with qutrli despatch. For freight or passage, having excellent accommodations apply an board pier 8 N. R., or so WOODHULL & MINTURNS, JVl2rc 87 9 tilth stimf. " PACKETS KOR H AVRE? Second Line-The .packet ship BALTIMORE, Captain Edward Kunk, ?will sail on the 1st of August. For Ireight or passage apply to BOYD b HINCKEN, jy2 rc No. 9 Tontine Buildings, coi. Wall aud Waterstreeti FOR SALE? FREIGHT OR CHAHTER? The .very fast sailing New York built packet ship YAZOO s ? 670 tons? Live Oak and Locast too, Live Oak trsn >om, apron and forward and after rant* ; carries J'100 bale* Nt w Orleans cot on, and has handsome furnished accommodations for twuty-six passengers Apply on board at Jones' wharf, or to E K. COLLINS & CO, . jy9 m 56 Smith street, FOR LIVERPOOL-The superior ship NEP ? Tl[NE, Captain Peach, will sail on her regular day. m For passage, haviug unsiirp used accommodattous n the Cabin only, apply to JOHN HERDMAN, je27 rc 61 South street. TO L ET? Offices and Lofts in the n w lire-proof Store corner of I'uie and South sts, Apply to jy20 JOSEPH McMURRAY. FOR SALE. THE Three Story Brick House, 413 Henston street, ' built in the best manner; warm in winter and cool in .summer; replete with every convenience. Half the purchase money may remain on bond and mortgage at 6 |ier cent. For terms apply to E. K. COLLINS & CO., jul9cc 56 South street. jjtA TO LET, until the first of May next and immediate pos |">H session given, of the 3 story house No. 104 Kirst Avenue XJM. b-tween 6th and 7th streets, The premises have lately been put in compleate erder. And all has been painted inside and out, last June, the Croton water introduced, marble mantle pieces, folding doors, and it is well adapted to accommodate one or more families; rent asked to one family for the re*idt|e ol the year to next May i* $325. Inquire at the office of John H.l'ower, Esq., No. 70 Nassau *t. corner of John, up stair* from the hour* of 9 to 3 o'clock, or of Saml. R. B. Norton the owner, at the *ame office ou Tuesday' and Wednesday. Im jy I2*rh LOOK AT THIS ! ! J JUST RECEIVED? Another lot of French Boot*, of the best kind, ami will he sold nt the old price, $5, and the best of French Call Boots made to order lor $5; City made ('nit' Boots, $3; mid the greatest assortment of Gents Gait ers of all kind* to he found at very low juices. Alio, the finest Calf Shoes, $2 and $2 50. A great variety of all other kinds. Ladies in una Mrore will lind a pre. t assortment oi (Jailers, ilii .mus, Klips Ties, Prunells, Satin, he. I> or an assortment of all other kinds M isses and Children's Roots and Shoes we cannot be beat in (hiscity. Do not mis take the number, 3S1 Broadway, corner of Franklin street. j?3 Im'rh Al. CAHILL. ? FINK" FRENCH BOOT8 for $3 50: City Made, and for style and (turability they arc equal to those sold for $5, at \ .-ung Ik Co's Imperial French Boot and Shoe Manu f irti^ing Depot, si \o.4 Ann strret, one oftlie most Fash ionable lloot Manufactories in this city. Fine French Dress Boots, in ile to order, for 84 50; equal lo those made in other stores for 86 and $7. Boats, Shoes, Gaiters, Ste., made to or der in the shortest notice. Mending, Sic., done ill the store. Wm. Si. Young 8tCo., Wholesale and lie! ill Manufacturers, No. 4 Ann street, New York, near Broadway. WM. M. YOUNG, and je24 Im'rc H. B .JONES. INFERIOR TO NONE AND SUPERIOR TO MANY. BEAUTIFUL light White plain Summer Mats, Price $2,75, which for beauty of mush ennnotbe surpassed. Also, Drab Beavers, Blue Brush and White Castor Hats, all ofthe latest style. Also, Panama Hits, very low. C. KNOX, jel9 lm*rc III H niton st, between William and Nassan._ MILLS, HATTER, 17H BROADWAY, HOWAII I) HOTEL, HAS now ready, an assortment of Summer Hats, to which the attention of gentlemen ii invited, at the fol lowing prices, vix French Pen rl (a new article) $4 00 Pearl Csssimere 3 50 White French (also a new article) 4 (10 Smooth White Castor J 50 A ls?, an assortment of Panama, Fine Palm Leaf, Bohemian, and other Hats.suitabl- for the season. jeU lm'rrc MILLS, 178 Broadway, Howard Hotel. MILMNKHY AND DRKSS MAIvJNG. Mils. ROSE, No. 175 Walker street, New York, re Pectfully solicits a rail from Ladies wishing any thiug hi the Millinery or Dress Making line. jel4 lm*rh l M Pt I RT ATION OF WATCHES. RECEIVED fr,,m Switzerland, by packet ship lAUrich, an assortment of Watches and Movements of every descript ion and ef first quality, ready for the wholesale trad*, at moderate prices. pi'.LACHAUSB fc MA IRE, ju7 lrn'rc No. 127 Fulton street, New \ nrk. KOULSTONE'S riding school, 137 unit UI1? Mercer Street. MR. JOHN S. ROUL8TONE has the honor to ?inform his Iriends and the Public in general, that bis Sellout for Instruction in Horsemanship is now open d?y and evening, is follows Hours for Gentlemen from 5 to I A. M. ? " Ladiei " ? A. M to 3 P. M. Terms of instruction made known on application to Mr. Roulstone. Mr II. has just I I ved from the conntry several fine and stylish Saddle Ho which he is authorised to sell at a rea sonable price. myTre ' OLD GOLD AN 1 1 SILVER. SILVER (Jilt Kpanlets, Book Binder's R'g? Ml* Silm Smith's Stoniiujs bought, by A. BARNARD. No. 2 Wall street. Melter and Assayer of \letals. Jeweler's Sweepings purchased by assay. Fine Gold and Rolled Silver, for plating, constantly on hand, at office No 2 Wdlstiet. Works I at Lanrens street. jeTO Im'ec MANGANESK ? 100 casks lirst quality Matin uiese, received aud for sale by PKRSSh. fc BROOKS, Jrlfl i" *?> nn'l ft 7 Na? <ni st~eM BhESWAX? I cask Bi-eswai. of very superior quality, for sale by E. K. COLLINS h CO. -56 South street. jr* ON CERTAIN IMPORTANT MALADIES. * rM Ifcl AUTHOR of the " Private Treatise," Dr. Ralph. beg* I to ?ti*e tint he in <y be consulted upon any of the disorders r-feried to in thic liBle volume, |ier*ou :;llv or by post, at hi* re*idene?, 8H (Jreeuwich itnaL New York; and e?|* ciniiy, to observe that tile subject of hi* OMMUltatiOM M not Confined to ttlMM complaints alout ? but embrace* the whole ol those which iu any way relate to the urinary organ*, an gravel, a difficulty in |>assing water peculinr to advancing ate, Stc. He deeui* it proper also here to preient to the public the following most interesting rein 'il;s ou STRICTURE AND ITS CURE. This being very little understood, although the most frequent and important consequence of diseases ? in a former advertise ment much pains wis taken to explain iti> nature^? the diseases i which were mistaken for it ? iu consequence* aud its cure? also I the fact that strioturefrequeutly exists iu those who are not in I the least aware of it. Those, however, occupying loo inuch space, the following remarks will lie SOuAned to certain circuin 1 stances which will enable oue to judge whether he has this com- ' plaint or not, and its proper means of cure. Among other things it was remarked, that it was by no means ; uecewsary that the. sired m of urine should be obstructed or even much diminished, in a case of stricture; this, indeed, occurs in bad and long established cases, hut strict lire may exist for mouths aud even years without producing uiy striking change iu this ; respect. Neither is it necessary there should he pain, or Bir thing directing the attention to the seat of this disease. Pain, i certainly is now aud tlien complained of, but it is only j when inflammation happens to be su|ieradilcd; and, with regaid to other affects, especially of early coses, the** are observed to I fall upon the mind and uervous system, rather th in the part it self. There nre, however, three circumstances which most |** culiarly belong to strictun, and, especially when they meet to gether, should never lie lost sight of, but lead to immediate means of cure. Many other symptoms might be mentioned, but most of these belong to other inal nliei as well, or R-late to Stricture in its more advanced and settled form, while the following three belong to stricture in its early stage, and when it is soeAsily mid certainly removed. The flr*t of these relate* to THE MANNER OK URINATINO.-lt has been already said the stream need not lie much dim ini* bed or impeded ;what is to be observed is the peculiar way in which it finishes, il it should happen, after the clothes are readjusted, that a drop or two should steal aw ly, so ns to wet a little, this, trilling as it may seem, would afford a strong suspicion. Not that this drop or two con proceed froin no other cause whatever; but, certainly, no stricture ??an exist without it. The next is THE TIME A FORMER UONORllHCEA MAYHAVE REMAINED UNCURED ? A Oononlnea, though not the only, is by far the most frequent cause of Stricture. It is not its sevei it so much as the length of time its fleety stage may have remained, that is to be considered. Neither is it possible in every case to state how long (his may continue without producing Strictuie, forone jierson is naturally more ditpoeed to Stric ture than another. If, however, it should have continued lroui six to eight weeks, this length of time at least would strengthen any other suspicions circumstance. The third is THE EFFECT A STRICTURE HAS UrON THE MIND. ? Nothing is more certain than the efTect ol Stric ture is to depress the spirits aud to lessen mental energy. Not that this is complained of iu the aame degree by every individu al, but it is so common, in one degree or other, that thewriter rare Iv sees a case of Stricture in Which the patient does not observe that lie is not so active, or callable of business as formerly. This 4 1 so is a serious effect; though little understood, but it is unques tionably true. Indeed, whoever considers the natural connection of ininu and sexual organs, will easily imagine that, as there is a medium by which the mind so powerfully acts upon these or gau* so, through the same medium the sexual organs re-act upon the mind. This, however, is better explained iu "The Private Treatise" of the author, a little volume which isseutto many parts of the world. As the cure of Stricture proceeds, the acti vity of inind invariably returns. With reuiect to the cure of Stricture ? this, it is gratifying to state, is generally accomplished iu very little time, und without j'ain or inconvenience. Nothing can exceed the improvement of late years iu the treatment of this complaint. Indeed, in the hands of proper and experienced iiersous, the cure of Stricture is now accomplished in as many days as formerly it demanded mouths. Many persons consult the writer who come on busi ness to this city for a short time only, but return |ierfectly cured, though it has been a source of trouble aud anxiety for yeaTS. To those who cannot leave their homes, the writer furnishes his own peculiar means of cure, together with his "Private Treatise," which has an interesting chapter, givingevery information ou the subject, and written in the plainest manner ; and which, being enclosed in a little mahogany chest, can be safely sent to any distance. In consequence of" the number of pretenders aud books of quackery which infest this city, he deems it proper to make the following statement, as a satisfactory ground of confidence to strangers. Besides his rank as (iraduat* of Edinburgh, Stc. lite., he has been engaged iu the cure ol these diseases, both iu hospital and city practice, for more than thirty years, anil has jmhlishcd three editions of t work expressly oil them. Also, that lie Ikir letter* from the most eminent physici ms in Europe from the most eminent in America ? as Sir Astlejr Cooper, of London, to Dr. Mott, of New York; Dr. Physic, of Philadel phia, and others, and that he is permitted to refer to almost et ery Physician of eminence iu this city. Address Dr. Ralph, 88 Ql-eowich sh-et. my23 lm*rh KNAPFS INDIAN STRENGTHENING PLASTER.* TH ESE PLASTERS prepared for pains and weakness tn the back, breast, side or limbs, bruises, sprains, Stc., anil for asthmotic. affections, and croup in children, will iu most cases give immediate and soothing relief. They will also lie found highly beneficial for complaint* of the Liver, Lungs aud Kidney. Persons of seueutary habits, whose business requires them to sit or staud much, who may be troubled with weakness in the ?:hest, or paiu in the side or breast, will find great relief by wear nig one of these Plasters. Willi regard to the elticacy ol these Plasters, uothing naed be said, ns they carry with them their owu recommendation, and the price Wing so remarkably low, is a sufficient inducement for tliose afflicted to give them a trial. The proprietor is confident that by the great and increasing de mand lor these Plasters, the |K>pularity which they have obtain ed solely by their own merits, aud the universal satisfaction which tliey have given, that they are decidedly-superior to any Other* in use. No pain* is spared ill making them a* adhesive and pliable a* possible, aud in rendering them free from all thiue objections which is a source of complaint to the ordinary plasters ef the "Fiiese Plasters need but one trial to give every satisfaction de sired. Be sure aud ask for Knapp'* Indian Strengthening Plaster, ana see that his signature is ou the back of each. None others we genuine. Made only by P. B. KNA IT, and sold wholesale and retail at his Medicine Warehouse, No. 362 Hudson street, one door below King str t, New York. Also for sale by the Druggist-* gene rally. Price 12 I ? and 18 3-4 cents each m^imeod'ee VALE'S GLOBE, anil Transparent Celestial Sphere ? ad ipted to common schools, colleges, and private fami lies ? now iu use iu the Normal Schools at Boston and Albany, at the High School and Naval As) luin, Philadelphia, iu Yule and other Colleges, at Mrs. Willard's, Troy, and in numerous Common Schools iu New York and other cities and State*, and recommended by Dr. Lardner, Professor Olmstend and others. Manufactured and for sale by U. VALE, at his Nauti cal aud Mathematical Establishment, 3 Franklin square, New York. jy3eodlm*rh NOTICE. TO MERCHANTS. SHIP MASTERS AND OTHERS. THE SUBSCRIBER would respectfully inform them, that he has been in the employ of tne late Samuel Dumilt 0v< r twenty years, and the late Samuel Demilt haying bequeathed to him the Transit Instrument, two Astronomical I 'loeu, and the use of the Observatory, it is his intention to continue ( iu connec tion with his son) ilie business of manufacturing, repairing aud rating Chronometers, au'l dealing in Nautical Instruments. Charts, Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver Ware. &c., *t the old staud. No. 239 Pearl street. D. EOUERT. jn6 lmeod*re THE WONDER te BLESSING OF THE At IE THE ONLY CURE FOR CONSUMPTION. LET EVERY MAN , WOMAN ff CHILD, WHO is troubled with Coughs, Cold*. Spitting Blood, Liver Complaints, Asthma, Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, Pain in the Side and Breast, Sure Throat, lining or Tickling in the Throat, Nervous Debility, Palpitation of the Heart, Broken Constitution, from the abuse of calomel ami} the geuuine, atul only genuine Compound Syrup of Wild Cherry, prepared by the celebrated Dr. Swayno of Philadelphia? all others are spurious, and mere imitations. Therefore, be cautious to ask for the original and only genuine preparation from this valuable trc< ? Dr. S Wayne's Componud Syrup of Wild Cherry. Princi|>al office, north-west comer 8th and Race streets, Philadelphia. Agents? Wm. Milnor, M.D. corner of Broadway and John street; K. B. Waruer, 205 Bleecker, Corner of Minetta street; and R. A. Sands. Church Dispensary, 18.1 Bowery, corner of Spring street, New York; W. O Wood, M.D.. Harlem; Havi laud, Keese and Co., 80 Maiden Laine, New York \ Her. J. P. Cook, 76 Baltimore street, Baltimore; Andrew Oliver and Co., New Orleans; L. B. Swan, and J. M. Wiuslow, Rochester, N. Y.; Mrs. Hayes, Brooklyn; K. Kleine, St. Louis; Wm.Tnorn, l'itt--biirg: h. B. llinman, Cincinnati; Pierson and Harrison. 720 Broad street, Newark, N. J.; Benjamin Olds, 278 Broad street, Newark, N. J.j John S. Harrison, Salem, Mass.; J. H. Pierce, 4 8 tan wis Hall, Maiden Lane, Albany, New Y ork; Backus and Hull, Troy, New York; Scalding and Harrington, Worcester, Mass.; James Green and Co., Worcester, Mass.; K. Hullid^e, Buffalo, New York; Grant and Bockee. Pongh 1 keepsie. New Y ork; O. O. Woodman, Vicksburg, Miss.; ll. and J. Brewer. Springfield. Mass.; J. P. Hall and Co., Boston, Mass.; K. 8. llolden, Kast Boston, Mass.; P. M. Cohen ami Co Charleston. 8. C. jel1* llineod'rl. LOOKING GLASS PLATES AND OTH Eli GERMAN GOODS. HAM. INK Si OSTHKIMER, NO. 3 BANK STREET, PHILADELPHIA, hare received by late arrivals from Europe, a large assortment of White Kr< nch Looking ( ilavs Plates from :to-IR to ,'i2-2fl Unsilrered Whitl Polished Window Plates. . . " 17-12 to ,'i7-34 ?\ |so all sizes of Green Looking Glass Plates. . " !?-7to4ll-20 with a large assortment of Toys, Slatee, Leather Dolls, Slate Pencils aim Marbles, Spectacles, Toilet Glsssei, Pipes, sue a variety of other Krench and < Jet man ( >oods, which they offer at the lowest market prices jv24 2meoil gh/ A LEX a N I )E K'S TW1CI ?HA I'l 1 r.. A NKWANl) INVALUABLE DISCOVERY, being a li ?t\. qnid Dye, which instantaneonsiy changes the color of the hair to a beautiful brown or black without injury tit the hai or skin. Thej^reat superiority of this dye consists in n-eas\ mode of application and instantaneous effect? all other dyes requiring from ten to twelve hours to produce any change. Its | superior eici llenc will be apparent to every one ti|>on a single application. Extract from the '' Philadelphia Daily Snn^?ALrisirKg's Tan onarilK.? The effect of the above on the hair is truly As tonishing. It was tried yesterday in our office, and the change from grav to black was issautaneous. Kor sale by It usliton h Co, druggists, 110 Broadway! 10 As tor House and 8.16 Broadway; corner of 14th street; Aipin* wall, 86 William street; Johnson, Meore Taylor, 81 Maiden lane ; J. W. Wright ItCo.SCedar street; and of the principal druggists throughout the United Stales, or of sole agents. H. )* G. A. Will OUT, 23 South Fourth street, jyt lm'm. Philadelphia. SUMMER GOODS FOR GENTLEMEN'S WEAR. WF, have still on hand a larjje assortment of seasonable goods, comprising cloths of particularly light fabrics to Dress and Frock Coats; Drillings, Nankin, and single mill ed Casaimert fof Pantaloons; t bully and Marseilles Vesting in great variety, which will he made up to order at a dediictis from our usual moderate prices, in view of the advanced stat I of theseason. WM. T. JENNINGS)* CO., Drapeu and Tailors, jul linisrc Broadway. American lloiel j SECOND HANI) CLOTHING ASP FUR NITURE WASTED. AND the highest price given lor all kinds of cast off clothing ami good second hand furniture. Persons wishing to dis pose of the same, will do well to call on the subscriber, or ad dress a liae through the Post Office, which will be punctually attended to. B.LEVY, 49>4 Chatham street, New York N. B. ? Constantly on hand, a seasonable assortment.?*" geu tleinen's clothing, cheap for cash. my 29 lm*rc i batchelor's I NEW INVENTED WIG, C<> WRI KCTLY resembles the renl head ofhairas to defy ? detection. All the old diflniiltit. and vesatious annoyances arc completely done away with. Wig wearers can now enjoy as much esse and comfort as ever they did with their own hair. I itizens and strangers are invited to inspect this tasty aud deli '.."or? ul'i Hii'L ul"1 "ern '? hp appreciated, at WM UAT( IIKI.oit s Wig aud Scalp Maun factory, No. t Wsli Street near Broadway? Removed from l? Broadway. je 17 lm'm LONG BRANCH, NKW JERSEY, " BATH BUILDINGS," (KOHMKRLV HKNSHAW's.) THIS well-known and delightful sea bathing establishment will be opened for the reception ofvisitors on and afterthe 85th June inst. The buildings h<ive undergone a Complete and thorough repair, and no efforts will be spared to maintain th? Ji servedly high reputation which thia establishment liaa here tofore acquired. The price for boarding will be from $7 to $1 per week? chil dren and serv lit* half-price. If onng people, not requiring much room, will find ncroin rnodatiug terms The steam r Orus, Caotaiu C. Price, from the h'ultou r larket, will make a daily trip between Mew York and Long Branch. Si airea will be in rtadiue>* upon tlie arrival of the above lioatat the Ocean Houae, to couvey passengers iimnediati ly to Lun? Branch JAMES OH?lN, ho|>riKor. June 12. 1815. jel'.t lm*m Aoly/AA,s H()TKL At Harlem Klver. (1EOKMK NOWLAN respectfully return* hi* ino*t siu M cere [banks to hi* friend* and the public for the liberal support which helm* received for the last ten year*, while Pro prietor of Proipect Hall, and beg* leave to inform tlx m that he has fitted up the large establishment at the termination of the Railroad, on thia I -laud, and on the Bank of the River, whore he is prepared to fnrui*h viiiton with Breakfasts, Dinner*, Tea*. Suppers, and other refreshment*, at the aborted notice. Good ground, and every accommodation (or Military Couipa nies. All the Railroad Car* Innd piuwengers in front of the iloiel for I2)fc cent*, from the City Hall. N. B ?Aii ordinary at half past 2 o'clock on Sunday*. je2f ? W LLSON'S HOTEL AND DINING ROOM, !? Gold Mtrect, near Mnldcn Ignite. COUNTRY MERCHANTS will find this a desirable House, being convenient to the business part of the city. This establishment is fitted up with entirely new furnituie. Good and subitanti il dinner, I8*< cents, lodgings 21 cents. For con venience and comfort this house i* equal to any hotel in the city, and at half the price. Permanent boarder* can be accommodated on very reasonable terms. All the delicacies of iheseasou served up, as soou as they arrive in market, at hall the price of other houses Elegant private j> triors, for the referee case*, or private dinners or au|> 1*t parties. The very best of liquors. jui Jm'rc all A HON SPRING S PAVILION, schohakie county, new york. THE PUBLIC are respectfully informed that Mr. LAN DON, of Congress Hall, Albany, has associated himaelf with .Mr. (inrdiner, end that this establishment will be con ducted by t hem. The Pavilion will bo opened forthe reception of visitors on the first day of June next. The subscribers have made many improvements in the grounds and bathiu|(-liouse, and pledge theiiiselve.t to use theirnest exertions to render this estahlish raeut fully equal to any wr.tering place in this country. ^ ^ Stages will be in readiness on the arrival of the cars at Cana joliane, to take passengers to the house. Mr. L. will, as heretofore, continue the Congress Hall, which will, during tnesuuimer, be under the superintendence of Mr. Josl in. my29 lm*ec SEA BATHING LONG BRANCH,' "nEW JERSEY. THE PROPRIETOR of the New York Home, begs leave to inform the eitizens of New York, and the public general ly. t'iat his house is now o(ieu for the accommodation of board ers during the summer season. Every attention will be paid to their comfort and pleasure. Good servant* will be in con atant attendance. The steamer Oris ? ill leave New York every day, from Ful ton Market Slip, and Stages will be iu readiness at the Ocean House, to convey passengers to Long Branch. June 19, 18fi. SAMUEL COOPER. jel8 6w*ec skT beach hotel. Lon^' IS rn ii<* It , N. J. HEALTH. RECREATION AND COMFORT TO INVALIDS AND ALL OTHERS. HOWLAND & CO. have opened for the season this well known Hotel at Long Branch, N. J., (kept last year by J. Barclay 8t Co.,) *o well patronized by the citizens of New York and Philadelphia in past years with great appro bation, and considered decidedly tlie most comfortable Hotel and Sea Bathing establishment within a hundred miles of either city. ... . ? _ Visitors and invalids will receive every attention from the proprietors, who are now ready to enter into arrangement* with families forthe season for board. The advantages of sua bathing during the summer months are apparent to all, and Long Branch furnishes every induce ment to families and individuals lior health, recreatiou and comfort. To tlte lovers of fishing. the vicinity of the Sea Bass B niks affortls great sport; and the gunning in the neigh borhood is very fine. The Slea 111 boat ORUS leaves Fulton Market wharf every day. For hours of leaving, see advertisement <f Steamer Orus in the Courier and Enquirer. From the Ocean House, passen gers are conveyed to the hotel. 6 miles, in good carriages, H. HOWLAND Si CM.. Proprietors of the Sea Beach Hotel. ^^ong^ranch^Jun?2V^84^^^^^^^^^je2^^odlinjn^ PHILADELPHIA HOTELS. HART WELL'S WASHINGTON HOUSE , 443 Client ii nt Street, ABOVE SEVENTH STREET, NEAT TO THE MASONIC HALL, PHILADELPHIA. 5 7~~ Baths just introduced? Warm and Cold? in line apart mints- ? for both ladies and gentlemen. j-2H lm'ec COLUMBIA house, Cticit nut Street, between Oth ami 7 tli sf reefs, PHILADELPHIA. THE SUBSCRIBERS respectfully inform their friends and the travelling public, thev have t- ken the above house, (for iiwlj- known as the Marshall House. ) and have made extensive alterations and improvements in its i iterior, having spared no expense to render it one of the most pioasant aUd fashionable houses in the city. The parlors are numerous, the chambers lar^e and well arranged, the furniture entirely new. Its loca tion is in the most central part ofthe city, near to all the places of public amusement, and convenient to the depots of the Southern, Western and Northern routes. The tables will be supplied v\ i r h all the delicacies of the sea son. Tho Wine* are of the choicest brand*, and have been carefully selected. The proprietors ho|?hytheirj>er.if?ur>l attention and experience iu the business, to give satisficti.iu to those who may favor them with their patroungu. l> UILEY, MACKENZIE & CO. James Bagley, (late of Joae*' Hotel. ) Henrj C., (formerly of the Washington House ) Peter L. Ferguson Jnly 1st, 1 815. iy3 Jin*ec H. OFFICE 1 >F J EFF ER50N INSURANCE CO., J No.ifl Wall street, opposite the Exchange. > f"|MllS COMPANY Continue to insure against loss and da J. awe by fire on good*, wares and merchandise, mid also, againstloss by inland navigation ";i vessels aud their cargoes. DIRECTORS. Thomas W. Thoiufr ' ElishalUgga, Thomas T. WrnUIT. Anson B iker, B. R. Rohson, M. D., Joseph Drake, Thomson Price, Joseph Allen, Mose* Tucker, Jaines E. Holmes, JohnR. Davi?on, John P. Moore, John H. Lee, . Wm. K. Thorn. Caleb C. Tunis, Thomas Morrell, Francis P. Saije, Eiif ue Bngnrt, John C. Merritt, Robert Smith. THOMAS W. THORNE, President. Ofobhk T. HorK, Secretary. aire GALVANIC KINGS. DR. CREIGHTON'S GALVANIC RINGS REQUIRE nofluid to increase their Galvanic power. They l>MHn all the advantages of a Uiivuie Battery, without its !slu>ck, and arc successful ill curing all nervous diseases, Kof sale only by his Agents ? 149, 143 and 92 Kulton, 67 Walk er, at Drug Stores corner of Bowery and (Jrand, 17 Avenue D. 176 Spring, 36 Catherine, corner of Cliulon and Division, Mrs Hays, Brooklyn. Price 2?? gold $1. jul91m*ec STRIKER'S SOLUTION FOR THE HAIR, WHICH will change grey hair to its original color in a lew minutes. This solution is different from any yet offered and cannot fail of snpercediug all othen. Those who douht its virtues, are requested to hare their hair changed before paying their money. If humbugs would take this method there would be no reason to complain. None genuine unless signed H. Striker, in red ink. The Solution cm be forwarded by Harnden's Espress to any |iart of the world. One trial will prove the fact. Sold wholesale and retail and applied at No. 5 Chatham street, opposite the Hall of Record , New York, up stairs. ju4 m* MAliN ETISM EXPOSED. JUS T PUBLISHED, AT FRENCH'S PUBLISHING HALL, 293 BROADWAY, r|MIE CONFESSION Oh' A MAONETISER? Being an X K spot e of Ani m al MaicnetUirt, by n Practical Mwicrnrr. Tin* Kipofte should be read bv every one, and especially by ilif Ladies. They will see the (lingers. , they will be under by submitting to the influence of tlii* dangerous science. K tr sale *t all the Periodical Depots. I rice 12H cents. TEETH ! TEEThTi TEETH ! ! ! UNPRECEDENTED RFDUCTION IN DENTISTR Y. \ T the old establishment. 62 Kast Broadway, where can he had from one to a whole set of Teeth inserted on the most reasonable terms. Superior Teeth in*?r'ed from 75 cents to $t (in Teeth Killed from 50 cents to.. I 00 Teeth Mounted for o'her Deutiats, by N. TAYLOR, j ii 17 Im'rc Surgical and Mechanical Dentist. "l'llKTH ! TEETH! TEETH i WONI1KR F U L IMPROV K EN T 8 DR BROWN, DENTIST, AT THE OLD ESTABLISHMENT, NO. BROADWAY, three doors above Chambers street, ueit t? Stewart's new building, continues to insert Premium Artificial Teeth, from one to a whole set, on the Scientific Principles of Atmospheric Pressure. Also, his cele brated WHITE CEMENT, for tilling decayed teeth ami warranted nsefnl for mastication LOOSE TEETH, arising from medical treatment, or other causes, effectually fastevd by the highly recommended Lotio Odouta. TOOTH ACH E cured in on* minntr, without pain. Teeth eitracted with less than hajf the usu.>i pain. I PRICES LESS than any other Briptist iu this city. References will be given to iiu'.ierena fainSjf and to the faculty in thu city, by r illing at No."SB){ Broadway. my27 lm*rh /GENERAL BUILDINU REPAIRS. 58 Nassau St., corner | ' T of Maiden Lane.? All orders immediately attended to lor Mason. Slatenig, Plastering, Flagging, tin roofs repaired and painted, and all other repairs and alterations done in the nest manner. Alio, furnaces, ranges, kettles, steam boilers, m ens, and every kind of lire works put up. None but good workmen employed. Expeditions and moderate charges. Chimney tope for earing smoke. Up town orders left with J. Qiiiiiii. Plumber, 544 Broadway rnTT-lm'rh E H QU1NN. TO THE PUBLIC. ? NOTICE THE PUBLIC th i Doctor JOSEPH HEINE, I No. 20 DUANE StRKET. is my SON? was not ABSA LOM, DAVIDS SON' Ser Boo* Samuel. SOLOMON HEINE. M D. j? t Jm'ee No. 57 Reade street. New York \l kT7F SHIP SI D DONS, from Liverpool. ? 4 onstgueei by this ship willplease lave their peimits on hoard tit (tr ie, ins wharf, foot of Wall street, immediately All foods not permitted in five days mn?t to |wihlic ?tore jv23 f 1 ItANO.- The cargo of the ship Mi.iksinare, direct torn IT Icliaboe, in tight oaks, and u isurpassed in quality bj any ju the market. Kor sale in Iota to suit purchasers !>y E. K COLLINS It CO., Jul! e? 56 Sooth street P Kai k? ok Toll KiTAHi.niiK.i> hv the Canal B?ahi> oji Persons and Vhokert* Th ampohtkii oh thi New ? obk State Canals kor t if k y k a m 1845, and ai MODI FIED A ND tKDl'CED to TAEE ? KKH T AT A FUTURE DATE. Half i of Half of IMS. 1><46. r? a \VitiV,i.frr-. C.mfr On flour, salted beef ami pork, butter, cheese, tallow, lard, beer and cider. per 1000 pounds per milt- 0 4 6 0 4 0 On bran and shiii stuff* iu hulk, per l,0oo pound* per mile 0 3 0 ho it, Mintralt, O re?, ic. On salt manufactured in this State, per 1,000 lb*, per mile, viz : 1. On salt not entitled to bounty. ...023 0 1 U ?J. On salt entitled to bounty o 2 3 oj:i On foreign i>alt, per 1,000 lbs. per mile. ..3 0 0 I .? 0 On gypsum, the product of thin Statu, per 1,000 lbs. per mile, viz : ? 1. Not entitled to bounty 0-2 3 0 1 5 3. Entitled to bounty 023 0-i3 On foreign gypsum, per 1,000 pounds per mile 045 03 0 On brick, sand, lime, clay, earth, leached ashes, manure and iron ore, per 1,000 pounds per mite 0 2 3 0 2 0 On pot and pearl ashes, window glass or ^las3 ware, manufactured in this State, kelp, charcoal, broken castings, scrap iron and pig iron, per 1,000 lbs. pr mile, . 0 1 .i 040 On mineral coal, (except coal to be ured as fuel iu the maimtac.-.uie of salt, which shall pass free of toll,) per 1,000 pounds per mile, viz : ? 1. Not entitled to bounty, 0 4 6 0 10 2. Entitled to bounty, 045 045 On stove aud all other iron castings, ex cept machines and the parts thereof, per 1,000 pounds per mile 0 45 040 On copperas and manganese, going to wards tide water per 1,000 pounds per mile 0 4 5 0 4 0 On bar and pig lead, going towards tide water, per 1,000 pounds per mile 0 4 5 0 4 0 Furs, Peltry, Skim, 4'C On furs and peltry, (except deer, buffalo and moose skins,) per 1,000 pounds per milo 10 0 I 0 0 On deer, buffalo and moose skins, pr 1,000 pounds ]>er mile, 0 50 050 On sheep skins, an 1 raw hidos ot domes tic animals of tho United States, per 1,000 pounds per milo 0 45 040 On imported raw hides, of domestic and other animals, per 1.000 pounds pr inile,0 5 0 0 5 0 Furniture, On household furniture, accompanied by and actually belonging to families emi grating, per 1,000 lbs. per mile 0 4 5 0 3 0 On carts, wagons, sleighs, ploughs and mechanics' tools necessary for the own er's individual use, when accompanied by the owner, emigrating for the pur pose of settlement, per 1,000 pounds per mile 0 4 5 0 4 0 Stone, Slate, 4mc. On slate and tile for roofing, and stone ware, per 1,000 lbs. per mile 0 45 040 On all stone, wrought and unwrought.per 1,000 lbs. per mile 0 2 3 0 2 0 Lumlitr, Wood, 4 *<?'? On timber, squared and round, per 100 cu bic feet per mile, if carried in boats,. ..05 0 0 4 0 On the same, if carried in rafts, (except dock sticks, as in next item,) per 100 cu bic feet per mile 100 100 On round dock sticks, passing in ctibs, se parate from every other kind of timber, per 100 cubic foot per mile 100 100 On blocks of timber for paving streets, per 1,000 pounds per mile 0 2 0 0 2 0 On lumber carried in boats, when weighed, per 1,000 pounds ner mile, viz *1. On white pine, white wood, bass wood and cedar 0 0 0 0 1 8 *2. On oak, hickory 8nd beach 0 0 0 0 10 *3. On hemlock, maple, ash and elm.. .0 0 0 0 1 2 *4. On cherry and black walnut 0 0 0 0 1 4 * In 184.'), by the foot, under No. 5. 5. On boards, planks, scantling and sawed timber, reduced to inch mea sure, all kinds of red cedr.r, estima ing that a cord, after deducting for openings, will contain l,000feet, and ail siding, lath, and other sawed stuff, less than one inch thick, car ried in boats, (except such as is enu merated in regulations number 26 and 35,) per 1,000 feet per mile, when not weighed 0 50 050 6. On the same, if transported in rah*, per 1 .000 feet per mile 2 00 200 On mahogany, (except veneering,) reduc ed to inch measure, per 1,000 feet per mile 160 160 On tawed lath, of less than 10 feet in length, split lath hoop-poles, handspikes, row ing oars, broom handles, spokes, hubs, tieenails, fellaes. boat knees, plane stocks, picket! for fences, and stuff ma imfaotured or partly manufactured for chairs or bedsteads, and hop-poles, per 1,000 pounds per mile 0 2 0 0 2 0 On staves aud heading, transported in boats per 1,000 pounds per mile : ? 1st. For pipes and hogsheads 0 15 0 16 3d. For barrels 0 2 0 0 1 8 On the same, if transported in rafts, per 1,000 pounds per mile 0 6 0 0 5 0 On shingles, per M, per mile, carried in boat* oio oio On the same, if conveyed in rafts, per M, per mile 0 40 040 On split posts, (not exceeding ten feet in length,) and rails forTencitig (not ex ceeding 14 feet in length,) per Si, per mile, carried in boats 2 00 200 Oa the same, if conveyed in rafts, per M, per milo 8 00 800 1st On wood for fuel, (except such as may be used in the manufacture of salt, which shall be exempt from toll,) per cord, per mile 1 00 060 2d. On tan bark, per cord, per mile 1 0 0 100 On the same, it transported in rafts, per cord, per mile 200 2 00 On sawed stuff for window blinds, not ex ceeding one-fourth inch in thick ness, and window sashes, per 1,000 lbs. per mile 050 060 Slgrtcultural Productions. On cotton ami wool, per 1,000 pounds per mile 0 4.i 0 4 0 On live cnttle, sheep, hogs, hornB, hoofs and bones, per 1000 pounds per mile. . .0 4 0 4 0 On horses, (and each hoise when not weighed to be computed at 900 pounds,) per 1000 pounds per mile 0 6 0 0 3 0 On rags uud junk, per 1000 pounds per mile 0 4 5 0 4 0 On hemp, manilla, and unmanufactured to bacco, per 1000 pounds per mile 0 I ft 0 4 0 On pressed hay, per lOOOpounds per mile, 0 3 I) '1 0 On whent and all other agricultural pro ductions of the United States, not parti cularly specified, and not being mer chandize. per 1000 pounds per mile. . .0 4 A 0 4 0 On merchandize, per 1000 pounds per mile, viz On sugar, molasses, cotlee, nails and spikes, iron and steel, going from tido water 0 90 060 On other meichandize 0 9 0 0 8 0 Irticlrs not Enumerated. On all articles not enumerated or except ed, passing from tide water, per 1000 pounds per mile 0 9 0 0 9 0 On all articles not enumerated or except ed, passing towards tide water, per 1000 pounds per mile 0 4 5 0 4 0 H oats an <1 Passtngers. On boats used chiefly for the transporta tion of persons, navigating the canals, per mile, viz : ticnefce Valley, Cayuga and Seneca, nnd Chenango Canal ft 0 0 3 0 0 All other canals 5 0 0 5 0 0 On boats used chiefly for tho transporta tion of property, per mile 2 0 0 3 0 0 On nil persons over ten years of age, per mile 0 0 5 0 0 On articles of tho manufacture of the United States, going towards tide water, although they may be enumerated in the foregoing list, per 1000 pounds per mile 0 4 5 0 4 0 Resolved, That the foregoing rates of toll be, and they are hereby established, on tho New York State Canals, to take effect on the opening of navigation in the year 1846 except as to mineral coal not entitled to bounty en tering the canal at Buffalo and Rochester, wood for fuel, nnd boats used chiefly for the transportation of persona, and navigating the Oenesee Valley, Cayuga and Sencea, and ( henango Canals; the reduction on which shall take effect on the (it -t day of August, IH4A. State ok Niw Voim, Canal Dkpartme*t, ) Albany, 17th July, 1846. ) I certify tho foregoing to be a correct copy from the minutes of the Canal Board on tile in this otlice. G. W. Nkwell, Chief Clerk. Kncoi'ntkr with Maii. R ohhkrs.? A correspon dent of the Mcmj'hiit ftu/uirtr says : ? As the Florence stage lolt Bolivar on Thursday night last, it was robbed of some trunks about ten miles oast of Bolivar. The robber* were pursued in this county. Mr. James M. Sanders and three other gentlemen attempting to take them on Kriday night, the robbers fired on the company and badly wounded Mr. Sanders : the ball having enter- 1 ed his left breast, passing under three ribs, and coming out near the spine. A shot gun and pistol wero fired at the robbers, but in consequence of the darkness ol the night they made their escape. There arc a number of \ persons in pursuit of them, and they will be taken bo yond doutit, as it is thought one of them is very badly wounded. (Jen. Samckl Huifsms.? I Ins distinguished gen. tletnan left here a few days since with Ins family, on a visit to his relations in Kast Tennessee -he will remain there some weeks, and then maKe his way homeward tluough North Alabama. He was detained in Nashville some time in consequence of the sickness of his family. Tho papers announce that he was dented a member of the Texas Convention now in session? he did not re ceive any information of this fact until it was too lato to reach him In time to take his seat, nor had he at the date ol his departure from Nashville received any official no tice of his election. ? Nashvill* l/'ninn . Varieties. The Norridgewock Presg states that there are tl.ree starch factories in process of erection in the small town of Starks, stud the amount of capital invested in them is from ^1">,000 to $30,000. These factories will be completed ami go into operation the ensuing fall. There are now ten starch factories under way in Somersett Co. AM. Hyde U building a hirge iron foundry in this city. ? ? We understand, too, thut the Detroit foundry which was destroyed by tiro last spring, is to be rebuilt. On Tuesday evening, Patrick Ji i ??? was instantly killed on the Heading (Pa) Kailroal, near Conshohocon, by being run against by a locomotive The deacesed made an attempt to get on a passenger train going down, but missed his loot!. old and fell ; before ho coul l get out of the way of another train which csime up, he was caught by it and most shockingly mnngled. Gr<*e?, ihr Reformed Gambler, is lecturing at < level.ind. In a speech at a temperance meeting he gave the following answer to one who asked him where he re ceived his ivtucHtion? "Born a Buckeye, raised a lloosier, I took it lesson in Cincinnati Jail, studied and practised gambling for twelve years on the .Mississippi, and gradu ated in 7 fin," A mineral water manufacturer of Philadelphia, makes ?nd sends otf twelve hundred dozen of bottles per day. lie supplies sixteen hundred public houses, be sides agents id various places, and employs 100 men con stantly. N'otlnngc^n stay Yankee enterprise. The steamer Hard Times arrivod at Louisville last week, with a cargo of ice from Boston via New Orleans. There were 3.5000 |ier:!ons at Cape May on Thurs day ; being the largest number this season. Tliero wag a display of lira works the night previous. Hon. S iniuel Appleton of Boston, has made another donation of $1000 to tho Boston Female Asylum, making $3000 in all, Costly Enough. ? Port Pulaski, at the entrance of the port of Savannah, ha* already cost $300,000, and is not half finished. Ex-Governor Seward was in Detroit on Thurs day. He has been up to the Copper Begion. Prof. Whiting, late of the I'niver iiy, Ann Arbor, died a few days since. Escape ok Young Bonaparte from Italy, Arc. You have seen the accounts of die arrival some time since, o! young Bonaparte, to take possession of Borden town, the former residence and property of Joseph Bona parte. .Mr. .Maillard, the old recrutary of the ex-King, and his son, reside at Bordentown, with the young Prince Canino, as is his title. There is quite a romantic inci dent connected with this, for the truth of which you may safely rely. The estate of Bordentown was bequeathed to the young Prince, with the exception of a comfortable farm. which was left to Maillard. But the father of Canino resolved that he should not take possession of his pro perty. Fearing that through his prodigality the estate would be squandered, or wishing to hold it in his own hands for his own use, he resolved to detain the young prince in Italy. The son having derived his title of Prince Canino from "the Papal States, the father had control over his peison ill those states, and could by the laws of tho kingdom imprison him there till he was twenty-flvo years of age. The young prince having resolved to coma to America and take possession of his estate, the father, to prevent it, determined to throw him in prison, and in the mean time to preclude the possibility of escape while they were in Flojence, ho wrote to the various parts of Italy authori/.nig the authorities to arrest'him if he should pppear there with the intention of embarking for any lor eign country. Finding himself locked in on every side, tho young prince gave himself up to despair, and await ed the day w hen he s ould be carried to the Papal States and be shut up in the walls of a prison. But young M ail lard in the mean time was active for his friend though all his efforts seemed abortive. At length but one day was left in which to escape before the lather should take the son to prison. Almost ic despair young Maillard has tened to Leghorn, and there to his joy found a Swedish vessel bound for New York. Jumping into a carriage ho hurried back to Florence, and dressing himself in female apparel (a sign agreed on between the two when Mail lard wrote him,) sent _a note to the young prince saying a female wished to see him. Hastening to a by -street h? found his friend awaiting him who told him of the Swc dish vessel that was to sail next morning for New York. The prince needed no urging, instantly jumping into tho carriage with Maillard, drove with all speod to Leghorn, where they arrived a little alter daylight. The vessel was to sail" in two hours, and aboard of that miserable 1 craft with its miserable accommodations the young prin '<> was hurried, and in two hours was making out ol port and away Irom the shores of Italy. After a passage of seven ty-three days he arrived in New York. Maillard went to London and took passage in the packet for the United States. We saw him a week or two after his arrival full of delight to find his feet on American soil. He is a no bleman, and loves the United States better than hail our owncitizens. He brought over with him several fine dogs and some pheasants which he has token to Bordentown to turn loose in its parks. ? yew York letter, July 10. A Wild Woman. ? We understand from a gen tleman, recently from Ellicott's Mill?, upon whose word we can rely, that no little interest has been excited in that neighborhood, in consequence of the occasional appearance, for some time past, of a female, supposed to have fled from society and taken up her abode in the woods. She is reported by those who have seen her as being remarkably delicate and lair ; with flowing tresses, small feet and hands ; neatly though plainly ap paiellcd ; and, in her movements, when unconscious of any of her species being near, cautious and sprightly ; but, upon observing any person, she bounds buck to the depth of the forest, with a speed and lightness almost superhuman. She is seldom seen ; having been accident ally discovered, she has been watched for with interest, and as she has occasionally emerged from the unknown place of her seclusion ? he: home in the rocks and glens ? persons have witnessed her visits to the " Sylvan Springs,' in a deep ravine peculiar to that region of coun try. We al?o learn that a number o! gentlemen anxious to' satisfy thr.r curiosity in reference to this mysterious recluse, have determined to find out the abode ol the fair and lovely sti anger, and, if possible, restore her back to society. We fiope to be able to report the result. ? butt Cli/iper, July 'JO. Elections in August. ? A number of imjiortant State elections ore to come ofl in the month ot Au gust, involving the choice of 47 representatives, and (,in Tennessee) 1 Senator in Congress. They are as . lollows North Carolina, August 7, Legislature and 9 Mem bers of Congress: Tennessee, Tilt, Governor, Legisla ture, and 11 Members of Congress; Kentucky, 4th, Le gislature and 10 Members of Congress; Indiana, 4th, Le gislature and 10 Members of Congress; Alabama, 4th, Legislature and 7 Members of Congress; Illinois, 4th, Legislature; Missouri, 4th, Legislature Those will complete the elections lor the :29th Con gress, in all the States except Maryland (6) which votes in October, and Mississippi (4) in November, lite States of Maine, New Hampshire and Massachusetts, have one member each to elect to supply vacancies in the delega tions. U. S. Steamer Princeton. ? The following is ti list of the ollicers ot' the U. S. steam frigate Prince ton, which left on Thursday, lor Pensacola: ? Commander, Frederick Kngle; First Lieutenant, W.W. Meeker; Second Lieutenant, Katun* Stanley; Acting Third Lieutenant, J. W. A. Nicholson; Passed Assistun t Surgeon, John H. Wright; Purser, Win. H. Christian; Chief Kngineer, M. Williamson; Kirst Assistant Kngi neer, Henry Hunt; Second Assistant Kngineer, N.C. Da vis; Second Assistant Kngineer, J. S. Rutherford; Third Assistant Kngineer, AV'm. Taggert; Third Assistant Kngi neer, Charles Coleinan; Acting Master, Kdwnrd C. Stiles. Passed Midshipman jW. Roberts, Passed Midshi]>men, W. W. Bassell: Midshipmen, W. H. Riley, .Midshipmen, I). P. McCorkle; Midshipmen, Wm. Van Wyck; Captain'* Clerk, Mcllvaine; Purser's Clerk, Wm. H. Parks; \cting Boatswain, Kd. A. York; llunner, R. S. King: Act ing Carpenter, James H. (.'only. Accident on the ."Sound lastniuht. ? The steam hoat mail nrrive<J at 20 minutes to 12 this day. Wo learn that the steamboat Narragausett, Captain Manches ter, was detained 3^ hours in consequence of her run ning into the schooner Henry It. Uarnes, at 9 o'clock, when off Lloyd's .Nock, which cut tho schooner down to the u ater's edge. Tho schooncr was struck on tho larboard how, and all but her stern sunk in a* minutes. Took off Captain Wetmore, three men, three women, ami one child, and towed the schooner into Huntington Bay and anchored her with a kedge, and lelt. Copt. W. and crew rowed ashor?\ The schooner was owned in Now Haven, t>6 tons burden, entirely new, on her first trip, nnd cost 'f.V)00. It was very dark at the time of the accident, and the schooner showed no lights. Mr. Klagg says Captain Manchester deserves great credit for his coolness and energy, and did everything in his power under existing clrcumstanco*. ? Vaiton 'Iron*. July '28. Walking Match. ? Messrs. Moaier and Yarence closed their match on Wednesday evening at Syra cuse, at ten minutes past ten o'clock, having walked lilty-three hours and ten minutes, each appearing to be in very good spirits at the ond of their walk. The pro bability is they would have walked several hour* lon ger, ha>l not M., in consequence of a cramp in his leg, while his eyes were in an opposite direction, stepped ott' tho edge of the plank. The judges decided that this was equivalent todeloat, inasmuch as the strife was to see who should remain w alking on the plank the longest time. They had four sworn judges, one or two of whom remained in the room alternately during tho whole time The UrmrHrr speaks of this match as a very wicked thing. But, really, we cannot regard it in this light. A French Fiir. ? A re|)ort reached town yesi>-r dav from the Hali7.e, that h French lleet of fourteen sail had been spoken in the (Julf, standing down towards the Mexican coast. The recent difficulty between tho Mexican government and the French minister, furnishes some sort of reason tor a movement of this kind. In the absenco of any information of a direct ami positive na ture regarding this rumor, however, we are inclined to believe that there is some mistako about it.? New Orlemi Republican, July 18. Latest News ? The latest news from New York, comes "overland" from Milwaukie. The Xtn tinrl, of the 1 5th instant, states the "confirmation.'' by pas sengers by the beat" of the "paiuful rumor of the exist ence of the Asiatic cholera in New York city," and adds that there had been '"20 cases up to the last accounts." The story of the three black crows has more thjn its parallel here. 'I ho stor) has prolmhly grown out of (lie increased mortality from the recent hot weather

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