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THE NEW YORK HERALD. Vol. XT., Ho. *4(K> -Whol* Mo. 40* '4. NEW YORK, TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 12, 1845. Prle? Two C*nta. THE NEW YORK HERALD. JAMBS GORDON BENNETT, Proprietor. Circulation? Forty Thousand. DAILY HERALD? -Every day. Price 3 cent* pet copy ? $7 'J5 per annum ? payable in advance WEEKLY HERALD ? Every Saturday -Price C} centi per cony ? >3 1 il> cents tier annum ? payable in advance. ADVERTISEMENTS at the usual prices? ai way* cosh in advance. PHI NTINO oX all kind* executed with beauty and dei| atoh. (t&- All letters oi communicotioas, by mail, addressed to the establishment, must be post pai<l or the postage will be deducted Irom the subscription money remitted JAMES GORDON BENNETT, P?ormKroR or thi Nkw York IIkkai.p Evr ahi.ish ni)' mw' Vqgcnn ROCK AWAY STAGES, ON and after Aasrunt 1st, 1015. will leave . ..-en .ro^'h# City H' 'el, at 3>i o'clock P.M. daily, -nnil ivi hivi Tfil for Far Rorkaw.iy. Re tu >? luii, i?.n e. i lie Puvilion at A. M., for New York, cross ing m the Smuli I'Vrry. All orders to lie left at 3|0 Peirl street aiil I "1* re H. CQVKI.1N. XViALL. LI NIC FOR BoSTocv DA IL Y OVER TU K LONG ISLAiN D RAIL ROAl), VIA NEW LONDON, NORWICH 4- WORCESTER. At H o'clock in the Morning, from the Foot of Whitehall street, South Kerry? Sundays excepted. _ W.iy Cutes art; in readiness to receive baggage for New London. Norwich and Worcester. Baggige lor Boston goes throuuh under lock. ju 16 tire K)U NEWPORT AND PROVIDENCE. FARE FIFTY CENTS FOR THE SEASON. On .Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridiys, over the Lone lsla::<i Rail Rmd to Oreenport, thence to Newport and Provi deuce in a splendid and commodious Sound Steamer. This Line leaves at 8 o'clock in tiie Morning, from the Foot of Whitehall street, South Kerry. jnlG tf re FAKE TO BALTIMORE #;i " 'Through in Seven Hour*. NEW CASTLE AND FRENCHTOWN RAIL ROAD AND STEAMBOAT LINE. The unrivalled Steamboat ROBERT MORRIS, Captain . M. Douglass, will, on and after Monday , June 10, leave Dock street wTiarf, daily, (except Sundays,) at 3 o'clock, P. M. Pas sengers will arrive iu Baltimore at about 1U P. M. Fare only t>. This Line is composed of the following splendid nud fast Steamboats:? Robert Morris, Captain J. M. Douglass. Ohio.,. . Captain L. Davis. Constitution. Captain J. Chaytor. George Washington Captaiu J Trippe. This Line leaves Bowly's wharf, Baltimore at 3 P. M.? Tickets for Wheeling and Pittsburg can be procured on board the boat. UNITED STATES MAIL LINES FOR BALTIMORE. F'irr. Through in Six Hours PHILADELPHIA. WILMINGTON AND BALTI MORE RAILROAD LINE. Via Chester, Wilmiugton, Elkton, avrede Grace, fcc. On and after Wednesday next( June 25th, thefare between Philadelphia and Baltimore, by the Mail Lines, will be reduced to S2 The Trains will leave as follows:? From Philadelphia, I From Baltimore, Depot 11th and Market streets. I Depot in Pratt street. Daily, except Sunday, at 3 A.M. I 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 Wheel iug and Pittsburgh can be had at the De|>otj Eleventh and Market sU. for further informatiou^a^d^to^ HUDDELL, Agent. J. L, SLEMMER, at the office of Adams (St Go. 17 Wall street. June 24 th, 1845. je2!)ec Long" island railroad company REDUCED FARES. SUMMER A R R A NGEMENT, TRAINS HUN AS FOLLOWS, O.i and after 14th June, 1S45. From Brooklyn Depot ? llostou Train? A. M. daily, Sundays excepted, stopping at Farraingdale anil St. George's Manor. Accommodation Train ? 9)i A. M and 5 P. M. for Fanning dale and intermediate places, daily, Sundays excepted. Accommodation Train, 3 r. M. lor Greeuport, daily, Sundays excepted, stopping at Jamaica, Branch, Hempstead, and Hicks viil , and all the stopping places between Hicksville and Gr* uaport. From Qreenport Depot ? Boston Train, daily, Sundays excepted, nt 12}{ o'clock M., or on the arrival of thesteamen from Norwich. Accommodation Train? At 5 A.M., diily, Sundays excepted, for Brooklyn and iniermediate places. from Farmingdalr. Depot ? ? Accommodation Train, 6?? A. M. and P. M., daily, Sun days excepted, for Brooklyn and intermediate places. From Jamaica Depot ? Extra Train, IW p. M. daily, Snudayi excepted, for Brook lyn and intermediate pUces. The Boston Trains stop only at Farmingdale and St. George'* Manor. The Accommodation Trains stop at the following place* on the road, goiug both ways to receive and deliver passeu Ers. vii: dlord t Deer Park 61 East New York 12 >? Thompson 88 Race Course .... 18 'i Suffolk Station 1 Ou | Trotting Course 18;lJ Like Hoail Station 1 18V Jamaica 25 Medford Station 1 l8;Jt Bruahville 31 'i Milleville 1 SO | Hyde Park, 17 miles 37>4 St. George's Manor. ... 1 62 | Clowsville, (during se..- Rirerheau 1 62 VM siou Court,) 37yi Jainesport 1 62 X Hempstead 37}% M.itteiuck 1 62)4 tir.nich 37)4 Cntchogue 1 62>% Carle Place. 44 Southold I t,2 Wt'Stiiury 44 Greeuport, Acc'n. train. 1 75>4 Hicksville 44 Bosteu Train 2 00 1 -it mingdale 62,1! Stages are in readiness ou the arrival of Trains at the several fit lions, to take pusseugers at very low Fares, to all parts cfthe Island baggage Crates will be in readiness at the foot of Whitehall street, to receive Baggage tor the several Trains, 30 minute s be fore the hour of starting from the Brooklyn side. f llorkaway Baggage taken in ?e|wrate ("rates. julOre lO WLSThRM TRA V LLLLRa. U V>M ? Js4 tuAl'Ke.hn MHu riUNrJhil 'PACKET LINE, From Philadelphia to Pittsburgh via the Pennsylvania Rail roads and Canal ? through iu 3St days. The thove line Is uow in full operation mid offers great inducements to persons who wish a pleasant mode of travelling to the west. The cars are built in the most approved modern style, the boat* are lilted ?p in a suii rior manner, and every effort is ninde by the proprietors to conduce to the cvnnfort auu convenience Ol travellers. The scenery 011 this route is unrivalled, and the Sreat yliain ofPtuiisylvRuia internal improvements is well woi ty of being sceu. By this r- ute passengers aveid all the fatigues and dangers at tendant upon stage trnvelliug, and at the same time makeon ex peditious trip. The c-rs lri>ve every nioruingat 7 o'clock. Passengers are ad vised to engage their (daces at Philadelphia. Office in Philadel phia. N. E. corner of Ctamiut and Fourth streets, and at Not. 13 anil 13 Sonih 'lTiirtl sis. A. CUMM1NGS, Agent. Philadelphia, May 17, 1815. For inclination, 111 the city of New York, apply to B. H. KNISElL. Agent lor D. LEECH St C&'s Line. 7 West st, N. R. my 17 6m*rre MORNING LINE AT 7 O'CLOCK, ^jjs FOR ALBANV, TROY rnd intermediate Cy ?'*** ^-jjelandings, from the Steamboat Pier at the fool o tT " T "T Barclay street. Urei.glant and Dinner on board the bo it. Leaves New Vork at 7 o'clock, A. M., Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturday, and Troy at 6 o'clock, A. M., Albany at 7 o'clock A- M. Monday, Wednesday ami Friday. The low-pressure steamboat TJtOV, Captain A. Gotham, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, at 7 o'clock. The if team boat NIAGARA, Captain A. Degroot, on Mon d iv, Wednesday and Friday, at 7 o clock. For pnssage or freight, apply 011 board, or to F. B. Hall, at the offic e on the wharf. Noiici ?All goods, freight, baggage, bank bills, sp?cie, or any other kind ol property taken, shipped, or put on board this bout, must be at the risk of the owners of such goods, freight, bug gage, itC. JelHrr &T STATKN^AND FOOT OF WHITEHALL STREET The Steamboats SYLPH and STATEN ISLANDER will leave New York every honr except 5 P. M., commencing at I A M.. autil 7 P.M. l-eave fltaten Island every hour except 4 P. M.j commencing at 8 A. M., until 7 P. M. N. B.?Un Sundays the BoaU will leave every hour from I A. M., u ni II 1 I*. M., and from I K M. until 7 P. M-, every hall soar. jy n NEW YORK, ALBANY AND TROY LINE. **4 FOR ALBANV AND TROY DIRECT. &prt nt 7 o'clock, P. M? The steamboat EM ? llir fir TIRE, Captain R. B. Macy, will leave the steamboat pier foot of Couitlandt itreet, every Tuesday, Tharfday ami Saturday afternoon, at7 o'clock The steamboat COLUMBIA, ( ?h*r' nptain Wm. H. Peck, every ???a?, ternoon, at 7 o'clock. assage or F reight apply o? hoard, or at the office on the Mmid 1) , Wednesday and Fridav afternoon, at 7 o'clock l"or Pi ~ * ' OS OPPOSITION TICKET OFFICE.? For Albany, 75 cents? Unca, $8? Syracuse, BTf I r 5ft? Rochester. $3? Buffalo, $3,50? Also, through 111 tiielait line, with board, $10.50 ? Also,0?wego, $3 Ki,ig?on,(U. C.,) $4? Toronto. $,'1 ? Cleveland, (O.) Jfi? De troil, $6 50? Chicago, (III. ) $10,50? North to Troy ami White hall, $2,50? Montreal, $4 50. Office No. 10'' Barclay st. \25 lin'.h M. (. M \V. Agent. VVIEUAMSBUHOH AND HECK tUM' FERIi Y. The Trustees of this Ferry, believing that there are n. any of the citizens of New York ? mil vicinity that are unaopi tinted with the (at nines litis ferry atlords is a ph tsani coininuuical 1011 Willi Williamsburg aiul Long Island, would state that ihere are two good Ferry Boats oil this Ferry, which leave Peck Slip every tifteen ortwenty iniuuies through ihe day up to 5 o'clock, P. M-> and then up to 8 u'clck, at each even hour and half hour; alter which a boat leaves at 9 o'clock and 10 o'clock. The last boat leaving Williamsburg at half-past 9 o'clock, P. M. P, S ?On the evening of July 4th, the boat will continue to nin until 12 o'clock jy2 lin're PACKElS FOR HAVRE. ? (Second Line.)? The Packet Ship UTICA, Captain Krcdtrick Hew> mmmmm Ht, will sail on the 1st September. Hoi lieiu it or passage, apply to ror ireigui ?... BOYD k HINCKEN, ?4 cc No. ? Tontine Jtaildinn, cot Wall and Wat?r st?, DRAFTS ON GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND? Peraous wishing to remit mo rn y tu their friend* in auy part of England, I Ireland, Scotland or Wales, can lie supplied ?with drafts payable at sight, without dis count, for any amouut, Iron) ?1 up wards, at the following placet, viz: In LtvoLAKD? ' The National and Provincial Bank of Eng land; Messrs. J. Barned k Co , Exchange and Discount Bonk, Liverpool; Messrs. Jam es Bill t & Hoc, London, and branches throughout England and M ales. In irkland. ? The National Bank of Ireland, and Provin cial Bank and branches throughout Ireland. In 8coTLA.ni>?1 The Eastern B.uik of Scotland, National Bank of Scotland, Greenock Banking Company, and branches throughout Scotland. Tim steamship Cambria, sails from Boston on the 16th Au gust, by which all drafts can be forwarded free. Apply to W. St J. T. TAPSCOT'l , jv 19 re 7fi Sonrh st. cor. Maiden lane STEAM BETWEEN NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL. THK Great Western Steam Ship Compa ny's Steam Ships The GREAT WESTERN, 1700 tons, 400 horse power, B. R. Matthews, Esq, Commander. The ORE vT BRITAIN, 3. MO tons, 1 IKK) horse power. Lieutenant J am en Hosken, R. N., Commander? are intended to run as follows. ? GREAT WESTERN. From Liverpool. I From New York. Saturday August 21 Thursday Sept. 18 Saturday October 11. I Thursday Nov. 6 GREAT BRITAIN From Liverpool. Saturday .'July 26, 18(5. Saturday Sept. 27. From New York. Saturday August 30. Saturday Oct. Saturday Nov. 22 I Saturday Dec. 20. Fare per Great Western, $10fl. and $"> Steward*' Fees. Fare per Gr. at Britain, from $80 to ?12 ', ( and S5 S'eward's fee.) sccoiding 'o the size ami position ofthr State Rooms. For freight or passage, or other information, npplv to RICHARD IR'VIN, au7 2aw4m*rc 98 Front street. FOR HALIFAX AND LIVERPOOL. THE Royal Mai! Steam Ships CAM BRIAaitd I11BERNIA, will leave Boston ^for the above ports, as follows, vix-? Cambria, C. H. E. Judjius, Esq., Commander, August 16. 18'5. llibernia, Alex. Ryrie, Kjq,, Commander, . .September 1, 1815 l'a-isage to Liverpool $120. Passage to Halifax 20. F'or freight or passage, apply to h7rc D. BUIGHAM. Jr.. Agent. 6 Wall st. FOR LIVERPOOL ? Packet of the 16th inst.? .The spl?i did [packet ship NKW YORK, C?pt Crejv spffT. will positively sail as above, her regular day. Al-o, tin- siilendiu packet ship SIDDON8, Captain Cobb, will positively sail on the 26th lust. For passage, b; either of thf above ships, having superior accommodations in cabin and steer ge, apply to n7rc J. HKRD.MAN. 61 South ?t. FOR GLASGOVV ?Regular Packet ? The well known, fast a ailing British Birque ANN HARLEY, iDuncan Smith, master, will sail on S <turday,9th inst. For pass u;e only, having new and very super or accomiiiotln tious, apply to the Captai i on hoard foot of Dover street, or to WOODHULL ?c MINTUKNB, a7re ?7S >nth ?rreet FOR SALE, FREIGHT OR CHARTER-The ? very fast sailing N. York built packet ship YAZOO, ? 670 tons, live oak and locust .top, live oak triuisoin, apron and forw ard and after cants, carries 2200 bales New Or leans cottou, and has handsome furnished accommodations for 26 passengers. Apply on board at Junes' wharf, or to E. K. COLLINS & CO , jy20 ec 56 South street. FOR LIVERPOOL? The New Line-Regular ? Packet of 21st August. ? The superior fast sailing ^packet ship LIVERPOOL, 1156 tons, Capt. John Ei idge, will sail as above, her regular day. For freight or passage, having elegant and superior accom modation;;, apply on hoard, west side Burling slip, or to WOODHULL dt MINTURNS, 87 South st The packet ship Queen of the West, 12i0 tons, Capt, Thos. Woodhouse, will succeed the Liverpool, and sail on her regu lar day, 2lst September. jy2H NEW LINE OF LIVERPOOL, l'ACKETS only regular Packet of 21st of August. ? The splendid ifist sailing favorite packet, ship LIVERPOOL, [Japt Jolm EMriilge, ( 1200 tons) will sail punctually as above, her regular day. This elegant packet ship has accommodations for cabin se cond cabin and > leer.ige, unsurpassed by any ship sailing out of the p irt of New Yo k. Those who are p'oceeding to the old country should therefore make immediate application to secure berths, either on board foot of Uurlhig Si p, or to W ?c I. T. TAP.iCOTT, nu5ec 74 South stieet, corn-r of Maiden Lane. FOR SALE, FREIGHT OR CHARTER-The ? very fast sailing barque HOME, Captain Watts, built sin Baltimore one year since of the best materials, carries about 4,000 barrels, and has handsome accommodations for twenty passengers. Apply to Captain Watts, on board, at Pike street wharlV or to E. K. COLLINS 6t CO. 117 re W South street. KOK LI VERPOOL? New Line ? Regular Packet .of the Sit li August ? The elegant fait sailing Packet .Shin SIDDON'S, Capt. E. B. Cobb, of 1100 tous, will tail as above, he r regular day. For freight or passage, having accommodation! unequalled for splendor and comfort, apply 011 board, at Orleans wharf, foot of Wall street, or to E K. COLLINS Si CO., 56 South street. Price ?f passage $100. Packet Ship Sheridan, Capt. Cornish, will succeed the Sid dons, and as it 26th September, her regular day jvW FOR NEWCASTLE, ENGLAND.? The well known. fait sailniK coppered anil c<>pi>er-f stened ship RAM BLI-.lt, Baxter, Master" naving all her . . tieitht engaged, will sail in a I". w days. F>t light freight, or p?Man, having gnou accommodations, Apply to WOOD1IULL * M1NTURN, jv2Hrrc 67 South str, et. WANTK DIMM ED1A TELV-A ?Uii> to load for a southern port? -A; ply to i E. K. COLLIN'S k CO., ngrr 56 South street J. HERDMAN'S OLD ESTABLISHED EMIGRANT PASSAGE OFFICE, (il SOUTH STREET. PASSAGE froin Great But. .in and Ireland, via. Liverpool, can always be arranged at the lowest rate, mil I jr.-i i t - furnished for aiiy amount, payable it all e principal li i' ks in Eiuland, Ireland. Scotland and Wales, on ipplicadon to J. HERDMAN, j6rc 61 South street. O L D~E8T A 11 1 . 1 S H ED EM 1 GRANT PASSAGE OFFICE, til South st.? Passage Iroin England, Ire , land, Scotland and Wales? Those sending for their 'ri'-iitU would do well to avail themselves of the opportunity of makiugtheir arrangements with the subscribers on very mode rate terms, by first cli-js paeket ships, sailiug from Liverpool wet-kly. Dr ifts can as usual he furnished lor any amount, payable throughout the United Kingdom. Apply to JOHN H ERDMAN, 61 South st. The mail steimer Hibernia sails from Boston ou the 16th inst, bv w nich letters ran be forwarded quickly. mv23 rh HOUSr. WANTED ? Wanted to purchase, a good three story dwelling house, of modern appointments and , fixtures ? somewhere in the neighborhood of Washing ton Place or I ' si i fin Place Apply b* letturs, stating terms, Sic., addiessi d to B. B. B., to be li ft at the Herald Office. _n'J lw*JKb FOR SALE OR TO LET. OR EXCHANGE FOR CI'l V PROPERTY. MA nrat Cottage, beautifully situated on High street, on Sing Sina Hi inlits, one of the the highest point* of view on the Hudson river. The grounds (about three quir tei? ut au acre) are covered with the choicest variety of orna mental trees vines and flowers, peneh, pear, plum iiid cher y trees. gr?pea, strawberries, raspberries, Sti: Sic. The house is commodious, substantial and in good iep'ir, recently ihe re i deuce of Judge Edmonds, and formerly of Elisha Morrill, Esq. Possession giveu immediately. Apph to .1. W. HAMERS LEV, (new number) 3j Wall street, New Vork, or til CHUS. V OR, Esq. at Sing Slug. afllw'ec THE BOND STREET HOUSE, tliill Broadway, 19 now open for the reception of boarders. The situ ation is one of the inou desirable in the city. The house has been newly pipi red and paint-d th oughout ? couuinp g between 60 and 70 rooms, handsomely furnished. Parlors and bedrnoms and pan tries attached? likew *?> rooms lor single gent euien. Southerners and others wi-hnig to avoid the uois- aud confusion ?fan Hotel, wilfhave every att'ution paid to their comfort aud convenience. nu'i lm*rc TO LET? Offices and Lolls in the new fire-proof Store timer of Tine and South .its, Applv to jyiiO JOSEPH McMURRAY. FOR SALE. THE Three Story Brick House, 413 Houston street, ' built iu the best manner; warm in winter and cool iu .summer; replete with every convenience. Hall the ? e money may remain on bond and mortgage at 6 per For terms apply to E. K. COLLINS * < O., in iter 56 South street. a TO LET, until the first of May next and immediate pos session given, of the 3 story house No. 104 h irst Avenue !)? tween 6th and 7th streets, The premises have lately been put ill coinpleate order. And all has been painted inside and out, I ist June, the Crotou water introduced, marble mantle pieces, fid. ling doors, and it is well adapted to accommodate one or mure f amilies; rent asked to one family for the residue of the year to next May is (325. Inquire at the office of John H. Cower, Esq., No. 70 Nassau St. corner of John, up stairs from the hours of 9 to 3 o'clock, or of Saml. R B. Norton the owner, at the same officc on Tuesday* and Wednesday. lm jy IT*rh LOOK AT THIS ! ! ^ JUST RECEIVED? Another lot of French Boots, ol Vtlie best kind, and w ill be sold .it the old Price, $5, aud the U best ut French Call Boots made to order for $5; City made Call Bu tj, $ l, and the greatest assortment of t Jents O lit ers of all kinds to be found at very low prices. Also, the finest Calf Shoes (t anil $t M. A great variety of all other kinds. Ladiei ill tola Store will tint) a great assortment ol Gaiters, Bmuni!., Mips Ties. Prunella, Satin, Inc. hor an a?s. ?rti.iciit of all other kinds Misses and ''hildren's Hoots and Shoes w e cannot he beat ill thiscity. Do not mis take the number, % I iiroadnay, corner of Franklin street ja3 lm*rli M. C A HILL. J AC VUD? ADAM KT.FIN, Bo iM k. r. being burnt entirely out. rt 16 Benver street, Ins taken the basement store ut III n roadway, corner of I hsines street, win re he would be happy t> see his customer j and ail winding a fashionable pair ol boots or sl.oe . All repairing neatly done a6 2w*ec _____ KLEIN. No III Broadway. HOULSTONE'S HIDING SCHOOL., |;U and IW Mercer Street. ?ft MR. JOHN 8. RQUL8TONE has the honor to JtiiO>?form his friends and the nubile in general, that his fw* Setinul for Instruction iu Horsemanship is now open day and evening, as follows .? Hours for Ueutlemea from ? ? ? J '? ? A. M. " " L idles " 'A. M. to 3 P. M. Terms of instruction made known on application to Mr. Roulstone. , . Mr. It . has just received from the country several fine and Stylish K.nlille Horses, which he is authorised to sell at a rea I'hi \\,\> j,r u ?? taYiTG OENTLLMENS' LEFT OFF WARDROBE IV ANTED. G1 H.NTl Jr. M K.N and Families can obtain the full value for all I sujierrts. on* effects thef wish to dispose ol, (either GEN TLEMEN nr LaDIEH,) by sending to the subscriber, who does not p-eteud to give twenty per cent more than any other person, Imu will give a lair price for all articles offered Gen tlemen leaving tli* city will liuil it totheir advantage to send lor the subscriber previous to selling to any other person. J. LEVENSTYN, % 466 Broadway, (up stairs.) N B ? A line through tht Post Office will be promptly at ttndtd to. iTlt Im'ro THE PA TEXT GALVANIC RINGS AND MAGNETIC FLUID. THIS REMARKABLE DISCOVERY haa received the universal approbation of the Medical Profession of Urrit Britain, and Ins been sufficiently Ion* liefore the American pub lic to give a fair trial of iHMWI anil effic icy Tlif PaTSHT Galvanic Kiwos have been found to answer all the purposes i for which (be ordinary G ilvanic Battery or Electric and M?g I netic Machines arc used, hut are without any of the injurious shocks, which accompany the applications hy tlioae instru ments. and iu many other respects are more stFi md CKHTAir. in accomplishing the desired object. The Galvanic Kings have been used with perfect^auccess iu ! all rases of Rheumatism, acute or chronic, applying to the head, far*' or limbs ; Gout; Tic Doloreuux ; Toothache, ; s Bronchitis: Vertigo; Nervous or Sick Headache ; Indiges tion ; Paralysis ; Pally ; Epilepsy ; h its ; Cramp ; Palpitation of the Heart ; Apoplexy, Stiffness of Joints; Lumbago; N?*u i ralgia ; General Debility; Deficiency of Nervous Energy ; and all Nervous Disorder*. In cases of confirmed Dyspepsia they I have beeu equally successful. Their extraordinary effects upon l the system must be witnessed to be believed ; and as a certa In mkskntivk for the above complaints they are equally to be I recommended. The Galvanic Kings are iu every way nerfect I ly harmless, and are sold at prices to be within the reach of all, CiusTifc'i Maoketic Fluid is used ill nunuect ion with the | Rings to render their efficient action Certain, and to direct the | Galvanic inliueiice tothe particular pmtioua which are affrCted. For numerous certificates ol the highest character regarding the efficacy of the Galvanic Rings and Magnetic Fluid, refer ence is nude to former advertisements, or they may be seen at the '.fRoe. Only Agency iu New York, 134 Fulton street, (Sun Buildieg.) In Brooklyn, it the store of J.smks W. S>?ith, Druggist, eoruer Fulton and Cranberry streets. j y 2S lm*ee (;OLUA1B1A HU(JSJ. I'lieitiint Street, between nth hii?1 7th ?t reels, PHILADELPHIA. THE 8UBSGR1 BENS respectfully inform their friends and the travelling public, they h <ve t.ilceu the above house, (lor merly known as the Marshall House.) and iiat" made extensive alterations and improvements in its interior, hating spared no expense to render it one ol the most pleasant <"d fashionable houses in the city. The imrlors are numerous, the chambers large .uid well arranged, tfie furniture entirely new. Itsloca- j tion is ill the most central part of the city, near to all the places j of public amusement, and convenient to the depots of tile : Southern, Western and Northern routes. The tables will be supplied with nil the delicacies of the ae?- | sou. The Wines are ol the choicest brau.ls, ;uid have beeu | carefully selected. The proprietors hope by the ir personal attention a d experience iu tli e business, to give satisfaction to those who may favor them with their putron.ige. B AGLEY, MACKENZIE St CO. Jnmet Barley, (lateof Jones' Hotel. ) Henry C. Mackenzie, (formerly of the Washington House.) Peter L. FerjrusOU. July 1st. IBIS. jy3 Jin'ee NOW LAWS HOTEL, At Harlem River. GEORGE NOWLAN respectfully returns his most sin cere thanks to Uis frit mis and the public for the liberal support which he has received for the l.nt ten years, while Pro Crietor of Prospect Hall, am! beg* leave to inform I firm lhat he as fitted up the large establishment at the termination of the Railroad, ou this Island, aud on the Bank of the River, where he is prepared to furnish visitor* with Breakfasts, Dinners, Teas, Suppers, and other refreshments, at the shortest netice. Good ground, and every accommodation for Military Compa nies. All the Railroad Cars land passenger* m front of the Hotel for 12% cent*, from the City Hall. N. B ? An ordinary at half past 2 o'clock on Sundays. jeI8 WILSON'S HOTEL AND DINING ROOM, 0 Oolrt itrrct, near Mnlden Lane. COUNTRY MERCHANTS will find this a desirable House, beimt convenient to the business part of the city. This establishment is fitted up with entirely new furniture. Good and substantial dinner, 1B% cents, IMBngl 25 rents. For con venience and comfort this house is equal to any hotel in the city, and at half the price. Permanent boarders can be accommodated on very reasonable terms. All the delicacies of the season served up, as soon as they arrive in market, at half the price of other houses Elegant private p triors, for the referee cases, or private dinners or sup I>er parties. The very best of liquors. ju5 Jm'rc HARDWARE THE SUBSCRIBERS have constantly on hand a full as sortmeut of every quality and variety of Needles, including Yarn Needles, Bodkins, Knitting Pi us ; Glove, Harness, Milli ners, Chenille, Worsted, Rug, Beading, Netting, S.nlaud Pack Needles. WARRIN'S DRILLED EYED NEEDLES, a'e warrented superior to any kind offered lor sale in theUnited States, and from their well kuowi reputation, men-hauls will find them moresileatile than any other they can olfer. They have always on hand a good assortment of Warriu's celebrated Kish Hooks, put up in every style. Also, a large assortment of Silk, Hemp, iiairand Chiua Grass Lines, Cork Floats, and every variety ol Fancy Fishing Tackie. Also, a large assortment of Wade's U Butcher's R zors. Pocket and Tible Knives, Scissors, Iron and German Silver Spoons, Thimbles, Pearl Buttons, &c., fcc. All which is of fered to the trade on the best terms. J. it T. WARRIN, jy30 lm'r 72 Maiden Lane. V OIGTLAE N DER'S DAG U ER REOTYPE APP A RATUS. ARRANGEMENTS recently made with their brother-in law, Mr. Voightlaeuder, Vienna, enable the subscribers to sell those Apparatus at reduced rates, viz:? Largest size Apparatus, with three inch lenses for fall size plates, at $145. Medium size Apparatus, with two inch lenses for halfsixe plates, U $78. Small size Apparatus, with oue and-a-half inch lenses, lor quarter size plates, at $50. Gentlemen sending remittances in accordance with the above prices, may depend upon receiving the genuine Voigt. laendtr Apparatus, and not a worthless imitated article, they lnving proenn-d the sole agency for the United States. Platesand Chemical of their own, iiniKirtatiou. as well as all other articles connected with their art. for sale at the lowest market prices. W. A. F. LANGENHE1M. Philadelphia Exchange. Referring to the above advertisement, the subscribers inform the Daguerrian Artists in geuei.il, that the above Appararus and other materials can be procured at the stated prices, at their U iguerreau Attelier, No. Ml Broadway, New York. jy3 lm*rc LANGENHEIM Ik BECKERS. BILLIAR I )S ? GR EAT 1M PROVEMENTS. SOUTHERNERS, Stringers and Citizens are invited to try Mahogany Bed.-, with 165 Panels, m >de by steam machiuery. So much work could not be done by hand without three times the usual price. Likewise 1 Cushions so elastic that eleven can be hit by a single blow. For sale or playing at BASSFORD'S old stand? Entrance* joining the Museum Building, Ann street, and 1 1!) Fulton st. _ Oils Field, with a number of these improved Tables, invites his friends to call at the LuitedSlate* Hotel. Entrance through the har-rootn or I9B W iter street. jv23 lm*rrc STRiA-Eft'& SOLUTION *OK 1UL lUllh., WHICH will change grey hair to its original color iu a few minutes. This solutioii is different from any yet offered and cannot fail of superceding all others. Th"se who doubt its virtues, are requ-sted to have their hair changed before paying their money. II' humbugs would take this method there would be no reason to complain. None genuine unless signed H. Striker, iii red ink. The Solution can be forwarded by Harnden's Express to any part of the world. Oue trial will prove the fact. Sold wholesale and retail and applied at No. 5 Chatham street, opposite the Hall of Record , New York, up stair*. ju4 J li STOUVENEL, IMPORTER OF WINES, No 39 John street, inform* his friends and the lovers of good Wines generally, that in order to supply the great demand, he has made arrangements to have always in store, and to receive direct from Bordeaus, Wines of the first quality, from the proprietors direct. The well known houses following are sufficient recommen dation of the qualities of the Wines, without further details Messrs Borton Si Guestier, J Proprie,orl 0f Vignoble*, Capt'KfVai., $ at Bordeaux. N. B. ? J. B. S undertakes to sell Wine for family me, by the dozen or gallon. jy23lin*ec p av/: i wood. SEVEN HUNDRKD CORDS No. l, for sale low, iu Gin gatha Inlet, Accomac Co., Va., by JOHN SAVAGE, S. 8 DKNN1S. H. T. RUSSELL. Said Inlet is navigable for vesiel* drawing seveu feet. JV'22 Im'rrc ESTABLISHED 1822. PETER ROSE, CUTLER, AND MANUFAC TURER OF SURGICAL AND DENr.11. WST11UMENTT, No. 41! Bbqsdwat, kui Canal St kt, N*w York. PR. Would re.'pectfully call the attention of Physician*, ? Surgeon*, Dentists, aud Country Merchants, to bis gene ral assortment of instruments, and Cutlery of the most approved patterns, which he will warrant not to be surpassed ill quality or workmanship by any manufactured iu this country or im

ported. P. R. trusts that '? long *ud practical experience in the btnl ness (haying beei Juged in it siiwe IB22.) will he a sufficient guarantee to purc-i ->? tin tall ordeis will be faithfully ?-no promptly attended i Surgical anil Dental Instruments, Ra zors. Shears, Scissors , Penknives, See., ground, set, and repair ed with great care aud despatch. j u 17 Im'rc STUART. HAIR DRESSER. t~MIARI.ES J. STUART, I.* ies' and Gentlemen's Hair J Dresser, would rr*|>ectlully inform his old patron*, and the public generally, that he has re'tirned to his former loca tion, No. 3 Murray street, up stairs, where they will find him ready to do aiiy'.hiug iu his line of bu lines* with prompt ess and skill. ant tm*ec BRONZE POWDERS AND METAL LEAF, (DUTCH :.ETAL.) HPHE SUBSCRIBERS have j is t received and keepcoustant JL |y on hand Urge stocks of these articles, which they im port dirt ct from their in xiufacturer in Oerinany, to the full sa tisfaction of their old aud uew customers. i LEOPOLD KUH St CO.. No. li, formerly #)? Wail street, next door to Adams St t o. | jyai lin'm j TEETH ! 1EETH ! ! TKET11 ! ! ! UNPRECEDENTED REDUCTION IN DENTI8TR Y. \ AT the old establishment, 62 East Broadway, where can be had from oue to a whole *?? f Teeth inserted ou the most reasonable terms. Superior Teeth inserted from 75 cents to t J 00 Teeth Filled from 50 cents to I 00 Teeth Mounted for other Dentists, by N. TAYLOR, jti!7!m*rc Surgical aud Mechanical Dentist. THE i INVISIBLE WIG SO closely resembles the real head of hsir that sceptics ai.d connoisseurs have pronounced it the most |>erfect and extra ordinary invention of the ciav. The great advantages of this no vel aud unique wig is its lieiug made without sewing or weaving which causes its appearances SO closely to resemble the natural hair, both iu lightness and natural ap|>e?r>?iice, as to defy detec tion, its texture Iveing so beautiful, so porous aud *o free, lhat in all cases of porspiration evaporation is unimpeded and the great evils of other wigs entirely avoided. The sceptic and connois seur are alike invited to inspect this novel and beautiful Wig, aud the peculiar method of fitting the head, at the manufacturer's, A. C. BARRY, MS Broadway, corner of Liberty street, up sturs )n3 lm?-e AGKNCY AT NKW OKLhANt*, Lit f 'rm, SUBSCRIBER offers hi* serv ice* ill the Settlemen X ol ('liims in this city, or its vicinity, and in the Collec lection of Accounts, Notes, Draft*, Dividend*, or any obliga tiou swhatever. Refer* to Messr*. H. k D. Pa.ish, ) L M Wiley It Co.. JNew York Joseph Kernocliau, Esq., J ? . PETER CONREY. Jr. New Orleans, .Inly Hth. 1I4J. jy25 Im'rc TaSS It WARD having been burnt out, have removed to J Store No. W Broad *treet, on the comer of Stone *treet. JytOeC Further tCnglWh mid French Xtnn-l.Hi t'uiy, Sclriitlflc, tW . The daily papers mention the death of Mr. John Adolphus, u barrister, whose celebrity as u criminal lawyer was once Vf ry great, and who lived to be come the father of the Old Bailey bar. lie distin guished himself on Thistlewood'a trial in 1S2(), wh?n ne was retained as leading couns-l on behalf of the i conspirators; and on all occasions was an accom plished s|?*aker. Nor had hf neglected to cult. vat'e iiis taste for literature, being the auttior of several works, among which may he mentioned "Biogra phical Memoirs of the French devolution" ? the " Lile of a Barrister"? and a " History of the Reign of lieorge the Third," which has been lately republished. A report was generally current that Mr. (? P. R. James ha 9 undertaken to edit siinsirorth'x Ma g/izin r. This is untrue, no proposal to that ef fect was ever made to linn by the proprietors of that maeazine The same gentleman is engaged in writing three or lour different novels, iu separate publications We hear from Rome that the Pope has issuer' nn order, opening to the public for the l'utnre, the de- I partment of printed books in the library of the Vu- j tican, and for the preparation of a catalogue of i-s j contents for their use. This measure has given great satir-1 action to the Italian savant; for, although ; the collection in question consists only of some 35,< KX) printed volumes, there are amongst thein many rare, and some uuiijue works, and a great iiumber contain marginal notes by celebrated men The Italians h ive b-en endeavoring to |>ay a debt of gratitude to the historian Sisinondi, by striking a medal to Ins memory. It has been enuruved l?y Antonio Fabris, of Udine, a distinguished artist in i tli.it sivle, und bears an inscription by the tragic writer N'iocolini. Signor Vincenzo Devit, a distinguished professor of the College of J'ailua, has, it is said, made h dis covery of great interest in the field of classical lite rature. In an ancient manuscript in the library of that establishment, lie has found a set of unpublished maxims by Varro, the illustrious contemporary of Cit-sar und Augustus, and friend and client of Cice- , ro. A letter from St I'etersburgh states, that Dr. ' Foiselt, Professor of History at the University of lJorpat, being in the capital, "has discovered, among the archives of the empire, eleven autograph letters from Leibnitz to Peter the First. They ure written 8om<J in Latin, und some m German, ? are all relat ing to mutters of science, ? and seem to indicate the existence of a continuous correspondence between the illustrious philosopher and the great Czar. They are about to be published. In Faris, M. Mignet has just published, under the title of " Antonio Perez et Fhilippe II," a new narrative of that remarkable epi sode in Spanish history, which records the daring rivalry of a subject with a gloomy and vindictive monarch, in an affair of the passions, ? with its dra matic struggles and historical consequences. M Mignet has been induced to undertake this work from having discovered, in the Foreign Ofiice, do cuments which prove, beyond any doubt, the imputed liaison of Perez with the Frincess d'Eboli ? an in trigue which has been questioned by some eminent historians? amongst them Ranke. The Journal des Savans mentions an addition re cently made to the rich collection ot exotic types existing in the Imprimerie Royale of France. Hi therto, it has been without a fount of characters adapted to the typographical reproduction of hiero glyphic signs. Attempts have been made, both in England and Germany, to produce such a series, ? but 110 great success, owing to the extreme dilfi culty ol presenting with fidelity, by this means, un equal signs, which are ratherfpictures than writing. The progress of Egyptian philology rendered such an acquisition of great importance ; and M. Letron ne has succeeded, with the aid ol M. Dubois, Asso ciate-Gonservator of the Museum of Antiquities, in obtaining, by engraving, between seven and eight hundred, out of the fifteen hundred characters re-" i quired ? sulllcient, it is stated, even now, to under- I tdke the printing of long una complicated texts ? The Mtrcure Stuusien speaks of a marvellous in- ! vention which has come to light within the walls of i Saint-Etienne ? the production of a sort.of glass as malleable when cold as while red-hot. The Moni teiir des Arts says, in reporting it : ? "This new me tal, which, ere long, will beof more value than gold, and which the liivtntor has called Silicon , is of a white colour, very sonorous, and as brilliant and transparent as crystal. It can be obtained, with equal ease, opaque or coloured ; combines with va rious substances, and some of these combinations produce shades ol extraordinary beauty. It is with out smell? very ductile, very malleable; and neither air nor acids an'ect it. It can be blown like glass, melted, or stretched out into long threads of perfect regularity. It is very hard, very tough, and posses ses the qualities of molten steel in the very highest degree, without requiring to be tempered by the ex isting process, which, as is well known, offers no certainty? while the result of the new method is sure." * * A variety of objects have been manufac tured with this silicon ; which Hie about to be sub mitted to public exhibition on the Place of the Ho tel de Ville, at Saint-Etieune, From Paris, we learn, that M. de Lamartine has obuin?*d, from the tribunals, the rescinding (if the contract by which he had assigned to M. Kethune, in the name ol a company of speculators to be thtn formed, the copyright of his "Histoire des Giron dins," and of an unpublished volume of dramas ? to gether with the right to reprint his former works, at the expiration of the interest therein already con ceded to M. Charles (iosselin. It is worth while statinu the terms of this contract, as an additional example to some others which we have given, of the value ol literary property in France. M. de Lamartine was to receive2lXK)/. sterling, on delivery ol the MS of the"Girondins" ? further, in the course of the two following years; and, from the 1st January 1K17 an annuity ot ?210 was secured to him for lile, | with it reversion of one half to his wife, after his I decease. M de Lamartine, as or readers know, was i annoyed to find that, by a subsequent agreement ! made between his assigns and the editor of the Preste, his "Histoire des Girondins" had become food for the ftuilltton ; and, like M. de Chateau briand, he determined to resist. The question of the legal right so to deal with an assigned copyright has however, not bpen decided on the present occasion; the original contract having been rescinded on the technical ground, that the promised Society has not been duly constituted, nor the first payment of 50, (XX) francs made, accordingto its terms. The Acade my of Sciences, in the s.ime capital, has elected M. Lallemand, of JVlontpellier; to the chair, in its Medi cal'and Chirurgical Section, vacated by the death of M. Breschet. A new farce in one act, entitled "An Object of In- i terest," was produced at the Lyceum Theatre. It was written for Mrs. Kecley. It presents an old sub ject with a somewhat new face. Miss Sara Flower is going for a course of two j years' study in Italy, which too often produces no I results ; tlie reason of said unlruitfuluess lying in | the receipt being tried too late. A beautiful voice i has been heard at the Princess's Theatre, in "The , Syren," belong to a Miss Georgiana Sinythson. ? ; Another of rare sweetness, the property of a Miss Catharine Hayes, a young Irish fady, who has been singing with an Italian opera company at Marseilles, and ac ting, too, with great success. Alter the. litigation of half a century, the lone vex ed proprietorship of the London Italian opera house is ueculed, and the pro|>erty, it is said, fairly taken possession of by ihe present lessee. Mr. Lumley. ? The new van de quatre, by Mdlleg, Taglioni, Cerito, Carlotta Grisi, and Grahn, was produced by way of house-warming. Anne Bolena has been given with the strongest possible cast C'otifun tutte was per formed with Mdlles. Castellan, Bono, and Rossi Caccia. The site lor the Weber monument, to be erected in Dresden, has been selected, by the King of Saxo ny, in front of the Theatre Royal of that city. The committee have decided that the monument in ques- i tion shall be the counterpart of that about to be erected to the memory of Beethoven ? that is, that it shall consist of a colossal statue, in bronze, of the | illustrious deceased, on a quadrangular pedestal, en riched with bus- reliefs on the four sides. The cost of the work is more than covered by the perform ances given in its behalf at the seveml theatres of Dresden, Berlin, Munich, Vienna and Hamburg. The statue of Beethoven, modelled by the I ires- j den sculptor llahnel, for the town of Bonn, has just been east in bronze, at Nuremberg. At six in the morning of the day appointed for its departure to its destination, a grand concert wasgiven, gratuitously, to the town, by a band of two hundred performers. I all dilettanti. The statue was hung with garlands of flowers, and crowned witn a laurel wreath ; and around it were ranged the four bas-reliefs, in bronze, for the pedestal. The music performed was Beet- | hoven's own, with a single exception ? a hymn written for the occasion by Dr Meyer, and compo sed by the Baron Poissl. At six in the evening, the monument set out for Bonn, drawn by twenty-lour horses, and escorted as far as Koblenz, a distance 1 of upwardsof twelve English miles, by two hundred dilettanti, on horseback, singing their national songs and performing triumphal music on wind instru ments The King of Bavaria, being in the town of Aschaflenburg, has received a deputation from the singer;, whose grand festival meeting is to take place . at wurzburg.'on the 4th, 5th and 6tn of August? so licting his presence. Ilia Majesty accepted their I invitation. A body of 1,200 singers and GOO instru mentalists will t ike part in these performances. Artot, the violinist, is dead. He expired at Ville de Arvray, near Peril, on the 20th inst., of con sumption, at the early a^e of 30, having been born in Brussels , in 1815. He was a pupil of the Kreut zes, at the Paris Conservatoire, and gained great 1 fame in Ins tours in France, Germany and England. His last professional expedition was with CintiDamo reau, to North and South America, where he met with brilliant success. During this month, (July,) there h:ive been more prosecutions against the press in France, mop* con victions. and, of course, more imprisonments and fines. The invention ol this new way of calibrating the '? Fetes of 'July" belongs eidmivtljf t" fitnu Philips, and as trie merit of the thing is decidedly his, we hope no other country will show a m?an jealousy in imitating it. Let us leave the French to their own way of enjoying themselves.? Punch. The following new works have been recently is sued : ? Abercrombie (John) on the Diseases of the Brain ami the Spinal Cord, I'll edit. 12mo. 6s cl. Ancient Syrian Version of the Epistles of St Ig natius, with an English translation. Notes, Arc., by William CurMon. M A 8vo 10s fid cl. Apprentice (The), Vol. 1. New Series, 4to. 3s. 6.1 cl Bell's Streum of Time, continued down to 1845, mounted on roller and varnished, Ju'2 2s. Bosom Friend (The), a novel bv the author ol Gambler's Wile, 3 vols, post 8vo. ?1 lis. 6d bds. Book Collector's Hand Book, a Modern Library Companion, Nvo 2s 6 cl Christain Charity Explained, by J. A. James, 5th edit. fc. is. cl. Chronicles of the Bastile, 1 vol. demy 8vo. with illustrations by Cruikshank, ?1 Is cl. Confessions of a Convert from Baotism in Water to Baptism with Water, fc. 8vo. 2s. cl. Count Konigsmark, an Historical Romance, by Captain Chamier, It. N. 3 vols, post 8vo. ?1 lis. 6d bds. Daniell's Elements of Meteorology, 2 vols, demv 8vo. ?\ 12s cl Downings (A. J.) Fruits and Fruit Trees of Ame rica, with engravings, 8vo. 14s. cl. Edgeworth's Parents' Assistant, new edit. 3 vols. I81110. 7s (kl. cl. English Gentlewoman (The), or, Hints to Young Ladies on their Entrance into Society, 1 vol. post 8vo 8a. (kl. Forbe's (J. 1).) Travels through the Alps of Savoy, ifcc. 2d edit, revised, royal 8vo. ?1 8s. cl. Gertrude, a Tale, by the author of "Amy Her bert." Edited bv the Rev. W. Sewell, B. D., of Ex eter College, Oxford. Gray's Poetical Works, Eton Illustrated Edition, edited by Rev. J. Moultrie, M. A. 8vo. 10s. (id. cl. Ilardcastle's Catechism of Astronomy and the Use of the Globes, 18mo. 2s. cl. Ilopkin's Exercises in Composition, 18tno. Is. fid. cl. Hopkiu's Exercises in Orthography, 18mo. Is. 6d. cl. : Hopkin's Key to both the abofe, 18mo. Is. 6d. cl. Ilopkin's Teacher's Manual of Mental Arithmetic, 12rno. 3s. fid. cl. Hopkin's Pupil's Manual of Mental Arithmetic, j 12nio 2s. cl. | Journal of an African Cruiser, by an Officer of the United States Navy, edited by Nath. Hawthorne, 12mo. 3s. fid. cl. Law of Fixtures, Ecclesiastical and Lay, by S. G. Grady, Esq. I2mo. 14s. bds. Legends of the Isles, iSrc. by Chas. Mackay, royal 12mo. 7s. fid. cl. Letters from Italy, by J. T. Headley, 12mo. 3s. fid. cl. Life in Denmark, O. T., and Only a Fiddler, from the Danish, by Mary llowitt. Lily M'Nab ; or, the Heirees of Dunelf, a True TbIh of Modern Times, by D. B. M'Leod, 3s. (id. half cl. Literary History of the New Testament, with In troductory Recommendations, by Kev. E. Bicker steth and Dr. Pye Smith, demy 8vo. 14s. cl. Maitland's (Rev. S. R ) Tlie Dark Ages, 2d edit. 8vo. 12s. cl. Naomi ; or, the Last Days of Jerusalem, by Mrs. J. B. Webb, fc. 8vo. 4th edit. 7s. fid. cl. Napier's (Gen. W.) Conquest of Scinde, 2d edit. I complete in 1 vol 8vo. ?1 cl. New Tablet of Memory ; or, Mirror of Chrono logy, History, Arc., with additions to end of 1844, lfith edit. 12mo.{Gs. 6d cl. Stanhope, a Domestic Novel, 1 vol. crown 8vo. 8s. 6d bds. Sullivan's (Robert) Geography Generalized, 4th eduion, enlarged and improved, 12nio 2s. cl. Thier's French Revolution, Part VIII. (Whitta ker's Popular Library) medium 8vo. 2< fid swd. Tales of the Colonies, by Charles Rowcroft. 4tb edit. fc. 8vo. (is. cl. Townley (Robert) Second Advent of the Lord JesusChnst, a Past Event, Hvo. 5s. cl. Whitehall, a Tale of the Times of Charles the First. Loudon ? Mortimer. Wolski's (F. A.) New French Grammar, with Exercises, 12mo. 3s. (kl. bd.f Worsley's ( W., B A ) Six Discourses to Explain the Principles of Uniiarianism, 12mo 3s. half, cl C. Dickens, (Boz) has returned to the metropolis. V arlctles. Women shooting men, aa tailing from the monu ment in London once was, seems now to be becoming popular. Three miles above Westport, Ky. on the nigh1 uf the 'iOth ult. a man by the name of Moses Tristler wa sliot, ami died soon after. He declared several time-, while dying that he was shot by a woman called Martnit Green. She had some time previously threatened to take his hie. Tristler received in his abdomen a bullet aiu twenty-five shot. A Lucky Newspaper Publisher ? A. publisher in Fiance says cannut receive any more subscription* lor Ins paper. He now tends out 20,000, and he caunoi mail any more. He promises, however, that should am vacancies occur, he will supply those who first place their nan ei on a list prepared tor the purpose ! Tnis i? quite encouraging. The western Indians outdress the Georgians so far as regards coolness Speaking of the summer cos tumes ot the latter?a shirt collar and pair of spur*-- the Revtillt ka> s that an Indian recently appealed ut Council Blurts? we presume during the warm spell ? with nothing oil him but a piece of rope ! A man entered a room where two ladies wer# sleeping, in Albany, and stole their jewels, which were valuable. An Irishman, hearing of the larceny, gallant ly remuiked : " An sliure, the two ladies, who wur the most valuable jewels, he didn't touch at all, all !" Mr. B. 15. French, Clerk of the House of Repre sentatives, estimates the Tost Office expenses of the next session of the House at $*7,066 23. A young man by the name of Ply mo n Seaver lies in jail at C helsea, Yt., for having labored in his field en the Sabbath. They are about to erect a monument in Savannah to Tomochichi, Chief of the ('reek Indians, the friend of Gen. Oglethorpe, who died in 1739. Mrs. Win. L. Stone, it is said, is about publishing a new work entitled "Duty of American Women to their Country." We regret to learn that for the last few days, Mrs. Sigourney has been dangerously ill at her house in Hart ford. Political. The Nativists of this city appear to find it dillicult J to make suitable Humiliations. They have so lew ros- i pectable men in their part y to select Irorn, and those lew I liavo no desire to run the gauntlet for such a taction. ? j Such a ticket an they will Irame ! We venture to predict that three out ofeveiy live names will be those that may bo found entered on the criminal reoords ot this or some other State. We hope we may be deceived in this.? I' hi lad. Spirit Timet. The Legislature of New Jersey, at iti last session, pas?e I a law changing tho time for holding the annual election in New Jersey- Instead of the second Tuesday i.i October as heietofore, tho elecaion will now take place on Tuesday, tlio4tI day of November, and con tinue only one day. The whiga of Maine have nominated Freeman H. Morso as their candidate for Governor. Judge J. II. Overton travelled one hundred and fifty miles in an open skirl' from St. Landry to Baton Notice. to represent his parish in the democratic conven tion ol Louisiana. Hon. J. Went worth is training the "old wheel wiight," as he terms him, for ( ongress. He says that Gov. Meoie is expected ou tho lino of the canal in a few days. A light recently came oil at Lafayette, Indiana, between the Hon. John Petit, member of ( ongress, and Mr. Hallowell. Hon, John Van Ruren has been recently to Provi dence. He called ou Gov. Dorr, but did not Fee him- he was out ol town. (ren. Case was in Cleveland last Thursday week, on his woy to Marietta, to deliver an address before the Literary Societies of Marietta College at its commence ment. Fall of Rain ? While here the earth is parched and arid nearly beyond example, with no sign, even "as big as a man's hand," of coming rain, copious rains hive I'oen recently experienced ut New York, on Long Island and at Philadelphia. and in nearly all the southern region. At St. Johns, N. B., the fall of water hat been excessive. The St. Johns Carrier says that an unu-ual quantity of rain has fallen in the last month, which it is teared, will be injurious to the growing^crops. The river had risen to an extraordinary height for the season of the year. We were visited with a fine shower yesterday af ternoon. ? JiUany .Irgus, Jlug. II. Rochkstkh, Aug 6, 1846. Chowder a la Marth field ? Finh and the Fair. "The Chowder Club will he happy to see you at Ches nut Grove, Vintona, on Tuesday, Aug. &th. Lunch at 19 Mm Chowder at 4 P.M." The above is a literal translation of a copy of a note, purporting to be an invitation to a chowder party, (in imitation of those given by the "Great Daniel" himself, at his own Marshfield,) about five hundred of which were distributed among the beau ty, fashion, and uristocracy of this great city For several days nothing had been heard or talked about except the "chowder party." "Wonder ifl will be in vitea f was the qunstion first asked by our beautiful girls a? you met them. "I hope I shall be asked," was the f.unt and f eeble wish of the "upper ten thousand," as they met in their magnificent mansions, to while away an evening, and endeavor to find in each other's ] society, something to make up for what they lack in l ability to amuse themselves. In fact, the whole town httd been kept in a flute of awful suspense for many long days. At last the eventful morn arrived ? the day broke heavily and cloudless ? nature smiled upon the mighty etl'orts of this "great club," and all promised fair and beautiful The spot selected was very appropriate, situated tour miles front the city, on the banks of the lrondequiot, among beautiful hills and snnling valleys, surrounded by all th.tt can charm the eye or please the taste. Chesnut tJrove presents very many attractions to those whoar^ fond of the beautiful in nature, or who can appreciate the efforts of man as seen in the fine anf) commodious cottage which "Commodore Vinton" has erected, at a great expense, for the accommodation of hi - guests. Towards this delightful spot, at an early hour the "club" were seen wending their way in advance of their gu sts, in order to have everything in readiness at the hour of lunch. The club is com posed of some of our most worthy and icspectRble young men. H. S.. who is very fine looking, and al ways on hand, performs the very important .>nd use ful part of cook. F G.. the handsomest man in all Rochester, is purser and purveyor He is a great Favorite with the ladies, and yesterday seemed even gayer than usual. 01 the other members of the club I need say nothing. They ire in fact but lesser stars, who shine only by the reflection of the light which they receive fr<>m the shining qualities of the cook and purser. The company began to assemble at the grove at 11 o'clock, and such a display of beauty and fashion was never before seen even in Trondequoit. The lunch was on the table at precisely 12 o'clock .and was disposed of in a most wor hy manner. After lunch the party dis|>ersed to have a sail on thebay.and there might have been seen the couples as they paired oil" to enjoy themselves as best they could. In one of the boats I noticed the beautiful Miss W , from your city, the " observed of all observers," who has literally set all our beaux crazy: also the accomplished Miss L J. W.. from Frankfort, who has always been a great favorite with the club. In the same boat also, we observed Miss F., a young lady who is visiting at the hospitable mansion of our friend, J. S.? Esq. These ladies were under the immediate care of our most worthy friend, C. W., a young man who, by the beauty of his exterior and his amiable disposition, adds a charm to the circle in which he moves, ana whose society is eagerly sought for by those who can appreciate true excel lence, combined with great intelligence and moral worth. In another boat nearby, 1 observed several married ladies, whose presence gready added to the pleasure of the occasion. There was the worthy cashier of the City Bank, and his excellent lady, Col. S. and his wife ; our Ex-Sheriff, a glorious good fellow, and his lady; together with several others whom I do not now recollect. At three o'clock the club were honored by a visit from Capt. Hello way's brass band, who discoursed most excellent music, which reveberated amid the hills and glens of Irondequoit, reminding one of some fairy scene where all was unalloyed enjoyment. The chow der was to have been reaciy at four o'clock, but in stead of that the company were kept waiting until after six o'clock, before the horn blew summoning them to the repast. At the table ail was pleasure and enjoyment. The ladies eat chowder to their heart's content. The gentlemen drank wine ditto, and all went merry as a marriage bell. The purser was to be seen at all points encouraging the ladies by his presence to eat, and the gentlemen by his ex ample to drink. After chowder, dancing com menced, in which nearly all participated, and which w is kept up until a late hour, when the party ad journed to the Irondequoit House, kept by that prince of hosts, Swain, to finish the festivities pf the day. Here dancing was renewed, and continued until the party were compelled to leave lor htme to the great regret of all. Hut I would do injustice to some of our best young men did 1 not notice them. The editor of the Demtxrat , who had thrown away the quill tor the rod and line, was all lite. The J ? s, oy their wit and animation, added much to the hnp pin ;*s of the party, while our warm friend, F ? i, who is the life and soul of any party, was entirely himself. This chowder party will long be remem bered as the most delightful one we have ever had, while the individual members of " the club"will re ceive, as they deserve, the lasting thauks of all whe participated in this joyous occasion. Rochester, August 9, 1845. Excitement after the Ster/iU Chase ? It) a a Firemen ? Heroine of the Thousand Islands? Business ? Crops, ?$"< ? since the account of the great steeple chase forthc post office, of which 1 was pleat-ed to see you gave such a graphic description, considerable commotion ;ias been prevalent among the disappointed csgs ind their friends, at the success of the spirited ani iwtl who came off victorious. Quite an excitement was manifested lor the purpose of arousing the camp of the democracy to get up an indignation meeting, but which at present has entirely subsided, except from our worthy M. D., the trainer of the gallant sor" rel, who thinks his voice has not the charms with the powers that be, that it had at Nashville, with the power that was to be. Our newly appointed Post master has made several different arrangement* in the office, by opening at 7 o'clock in ihe mornim/, and transferring the list ot letters fnun the democra tic paper to the Dtmocrai (whig.) much to the dis satisfaction of one portion of our citizens, and the pleasure of others. Ithaca Fire Co. No. 3, passed through our city yes terday en route for Detroit ? and w?re escorted by Xo. band the "lireys'\to Blu.-sorn's, where dinner had been provided for them They were a fine looking set of men, and reflected credit on their beautiful village. Our banks are discounting all business paper of fered. A new banking house has been established here by Mr. Clark, late Cachier of the Albion Bank, and notes of the I'liccnix Bank, Hartford, Conn., )>aid out on discount. The "Queen" of the Thousand Islands, daughter of the renowned "Bill Johnson," is now in our city on a visit, or seeking a change from the rural scenes of cottage life on the St. Lawrence. The weather for the past month has been exces sively hot, witti hut verv little rain, and the grass in this vicinity is completely lurched up, which creates a great demand for butter. Several eastern folks have been through this country purchasing. One house here has seventy-five tons, which is going east as fast as possible, upon which they are re alizing a liberal advance. The Court of trrors commenced its session here this morning, which has called together many distinguished gentlemen, and gives our city rather a lively apiiearance. Considerable feeling exists among our leading loco focos at the re-instatinc of Carter as mail agent on this route, from where lie was removed a few weeks ago, to give place to some hungry loco ; and but a poor opinion is formed of the stability of the de partment, in removing one week and re-instating the nexi, merely to gratify an intriguing set of wire pullers. Mysterious Death in Syracuse. ? A man named James McConley, or Conoly, was this morning found dead on ttie towing path of the Krie canal, one or two lods east of tho Collector'* office. The decerned, in company with a female of had repute, took pannage vei terday nt Ph<eniu, as a hand on bonrd a lumber boat, I.ast night McC. was out, and ono story is, that there wui a tight in which it was supposed the deceased wasenxnged. 1 he creature who accompanied him stale* that she last saw tho deceased at two o'clock this morning At early dawn the night clerks at the Collector's olflco saw the deceased in a sitting posture, against the tailing of tho towing path. They supposed him drunk, and paid no heed to Ihe circumstance About sunrise he was lying down and was found to he dead.? Syracuse Star, Sal ur. ifny. Maryland Finances ?Tax Collections ?The Baltimore Ameiiran says? "In every county in ike State, the revenue laws are now in progress ol success ful operation With the means already accrain*, under our oxistmK financial system, there appears to be no doubt of the State's ability to resume payments on her debt at an early day after the next session of the Legis lature It is to he regretted that the last session termi nated before a definite arrangement for that purpose waa consummated."

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