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THE NEW YORK HERALD. Vol. XI. No. 400? Whole Ho. ?0*8 NEW YORK, MONDAY MORNING, AUGUST 18, 1845. Mm Two Outh THE NEW YORK HERALD. JAMBS GORDON BKNNBTT, Proprietor. Circulation? Forty Thousand. DAILY HERALD? Every day. Price 3 cent* pel capy? f7 34 per annum? payable in advance. wEF.KLY HERALD ? Every Saturday? Priao 6J cents per copy? W 1-J4 cents per annum? payable in advance ADVERTISEMENTS at the nauai pricea ? aiwayi cash in advance. PRINTING of all kind* executed with beauty and despatch. 0 (J- All letter* or communication*, by mail, addressed to the establishment, must be post paid, or the postage will be deducted from the subscription monoy remitted JAMES GORDON BENNETT, PaoraiBTon or i iu New Yoaa Hxs*ld Establismmekt cftrnif rtf PnltAn nnH Mqaaun ROCK AWAY STAGES, a I ON and niter August 1st, UU . will leave IV dltlit. t'ity Hotel, at 3% o'clock P.M. daily. jUJUUtiliSdSSk Sundays excepted, fur Far Roekaway. Re turning, leu es the I'uviliou at 7 ,'i A. M., for New York, cross ing nt tlie South Ferry. All orders to be left at3K> Peirl street nul Im* re H. CONKLIN. MAIL. LINK FOR BOSTON. DAILY OVER THE U ) N ( " rj LA~\L) K. A LL ROAD, VIA NEW LONDON, NORWICH <J- WORCESTER. At ? o'clock in the Morning, from the Foot of Whitehall street, South Ferry? Sundays excepted. Way Crates are iu readiness to receive baggage for New London, Norwich and Worcester. Baggage fwr Boston goes through under lock. .iu 16 rT rc FOR NEWPORT AND PROVIDENCE. FARE FIFTY CEN1S FOR TllK SEASON. ana sss? ssaai On Mondays, Wednesdays, mid Fridays, over the Long I' land Rail Road to Ofeenport, thence to Newport and Provi dence ; in a splendid and commodious Sound Steamer. This Line leaves at 8 o'clock in tlie Moruiug, from the Foot of Whitehall street, South Ferry. julB tf rc Park to Baltimore Through in Seven Hour*. NEW CASTLE AND FRENCHTOWN KAIL ROAD AND STEAMBOAT LINE. The unrivalled Steamboat ROBERT MORRIS, Captain M. Dougl.tss, will, on and after Monday, June 1G, leave Dock street wliarf, daily, {except Sundays,) at 3 o'clock, P. M. Pas sengers will arrive in Baltimore at about 10 P. M. Fare only $1. This Line is composed of the following ipljiidid aud fast Steamboats:? Robert Morris, Captain J. M. Douglass. Ohio...... Captain L. Davis. Constitution. Captain J. Chaytor. George Washington... Captaiu J Tnppe. Thisl ,ine leaves Bowly's wharf, Baltimore at 3 I*. M.? Tickets for Wheeling and Pittsburg can be procured on board tile boat. UNITED STATES MAIL LINES FOR BALTIMORE. Furt $3? Through in Six Hours. PHILADELPHIA, WILMINGTON AND BALTI MORE RAILROAD LINE. Via Chester, Wilmiugtou, Kilt ton, urrede Grace, fcc. Un and after Wednesday next. June 25th, the fare between Philadelphia and Baltimore, by the Mail Lines, will be reduced to $3. The Trains will leave aa follows:? From Philadelphia, I From Baltimore, Depot 1 1th and M irkct streets. Depot in Pratt stre?t. Daily, except Sunday, al 8 A.M. | Daily, exc, Sunday, at 9 A M. And Daily, at 4 P. M. | And Daily, at 8 P.M. Wheeling and Pittsburgh?' Ticket* throngh to Wheeling and l'itfiburgii can be had at the Depot. Eleventh and Market sts. . . G. H. HUDDKLL, Agent. p or further information, apply to J. L, SLEMMER, at the office of Adams Hl Co. 17 Wall street. June 24th, 1845. jei9cc LONG" ISLAND RAILROAD" COMPANY^ REDUCED FARES. S U M M E R ARRANGEMENT, TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOW8, On and after 14th June, 1645; Brooklyn Dejivt ? Bostou Tn-.in? 8% A. M. daily, Sundays excepted, stopping at Firmiugoale and St. George's Manor. Accommodation Tr.un? 9% A. M and 5 P. M. for Farming Jalf aud intermediate places, daily. Sundays excepted. Accomuiodatiou Train, 3 P. M. for Greenport, daily, Sundays excepted, stopping at Jamaica, Branch, I'euipstead, aud HicUs vii' , and all the stepping places between Hicksville and Greenport. Frim Oricnport Drptt ? Boiton Train, daily, Sunday* excepted, at 12% o'clock M., or on the arrival of thestenmers from Norwich. Accommodation Train? At 5 A.M., daily, Sundays excepted, for Brooklyn and intermediate places. Fr*m farmiiitdalr Depot ? Accommodation Train, 6% A- M. and 2% P. M., daily, Sou Jays excepted. for Brooklyn aud intermediate places. Fwum Jamaica Urpot ? (V, Extra Train, 1% P. M. d .IT Sundays excepted, for Brook lyn and intermediate place* , Tiie Bostou Trains stop < t\v ., A Farmiugdale and St. George's Manor. ?,r' The Accommodation T???l"?top at the following places on the raid, going both w^fs tc receive and deliver passen gers. vi? : Bedford I Deer Park 69 East New York 12% Thompson 88 , Bace Course 18m Suffolk Station 100 Trotting Course 18% Lake Road Station 1 1*% Jamaica 25 Medfjrd Station 1 1R>4 Brushrille . . . . . . . ! : 1 31^ Mill.ville ! ! . i . . 1 50 . (during ses sion Court,) 37% Jamespoit 1 62> Hyde Park, 17 miles 37)2 St. George's Maner. ... 1 62 Clowsville, (during ses- Riverheaa 1 G2 Hempstead 37,' i Mattetuck 1 62>i Branch 37>? ^tatchogne 1 62 Carle Place 44 ^Ruthold 1 62> Westbury , 44 Greeuport, Acc'n. train. 1 7i)J Hicksville 44 Bosteu Train 2 00 Farmingdale 62% Stagt s are in readiness on the arrival of Trains at the several Stations, to lake passengers at very low Fares, to all parts of the Island. Baggage Crates will be in readiness at the foot of Whitehall street, to receive B iggage for the several Trains, 30 minutes be fore t'n- lionr of starting from the Brooklyn side. 'X/"Rocliaway Baggage taken in lepnrate Crates. jnlOrc TO WESTERN TRAVELLERS. EAI'Rtss AN l) pioneer packet link, From Philadelphia to Pittsburgh via the Pennsylvania Rail roadsand Canal?through in 3)i day*. The a bore line is now ia full operation uud olFeri great inducements to per?on? who wish ? pltasant inodeof travelling to the west. The cars are built in the most approved modern *tyle, the boat* are fitted up in a superior manner, and every effort is made by (lie proprietors to conduce to the ebmfort and convenience ol ti-aveller*. The scenery on thin route i? unrivalled, and the great phain of Pennsylvania internal improvement! ii well woi Uiy of being seen. By tlii? r.ute passengers aveid all the fatigues and dangers at tendant upon stage travelling, and atthe same time make an ex peditious trip. The cars leave every morning at 7 o'clock. Passengers are ad vised to engage their places at Philadelphia. Office in Philadel phia I*. E. corm r of Clu-suut and Fourth streets. Mid at No?. 13 and 15 Mouth Third sis. A. CUMMINOS, Agent. Philadelphia, May 17, 1845. Kor information, in the rity of New York, apply to A. H. KNI8ELL. Agent for D. LEECH it CO.'s Line. 7 Weitst, N. R. myl7 6m*rrc KOR LIVERPOOL? The New Line-Regular ? Packet of 2!st August.? The superior last sailing apacket ship LIVERPOOL, 1150 ton.., Capt. John El Jr.ilge, w ill sail as above, her regular day. Kor freight or passage, having elegant and superior accom modations, apply on board, weat side Hurling slip, or to WOODIIULL k MINTUKN8, B7 South st. The p icket ship Queen of the Weat, 1250 tons, Capt. Thos. Woodhotise, will succeed the Liverpoul, and sail on Iter regu lar day. ?lst September. jy21 ! WANTED IMMEDIATELY-A ship to load for ?a southern port? Appl y to ? E. K. COLLINS ?t CO., aire ss Smith street. KOR >r. ORLEAN- ? A splendid picket, ship ? will be despatched for the above port on Siturday, a' lie Kith i I August , her reiiiil ir il ly. Ili i mlw.cn decks are lot y and airy, and can in a most com fortable manlier accotnuiod te a few second rabui passengers at less ilian st erege rate*, I y immediate application on hoard, loot of Wall street, or to JOHN HE RDM AN It CO., f. lire # South street, near Wall FOR SALli, ^R EIGHT OR CHARTER? The ? very last sailing N. T ork built packet slup YAZOO, ?fi70 tons, live oak and looust top, live oak transom, apron ami forward and after cants, carries 220(1 bale* New Or leans col I on, and has hand*oine furnished accommodation* for 26 passengers . Apply ou board at Jones' wharf, or to E. K. COLLINS fc CO , jy20 ec :>6 South street. KT-K K_T^e ery last sailing barque HOM K> Captain Watta, built ? Halt imore one year *inee of the belt materials, carries sliout 1,000 barrels, and has handsome acrommodationa for twenty passenger*. Apply to Captaifl Watts, on bos^rd, Pike street whar? or to E. K. COLLINS it CO. . il7 re 'A South street. KOR LIVERPOOL ? New Line? Regular Packet ol IlieHJith August ? The e|pgant fast sailing Packet jHhip 81 l)l)ON8, Capt. E. B. Cobb, of 1100 ton*, will ?nil M above, her regular day. Kor freight or passage, having accommodation* unequalled for ??"! comfort, apply on board, at Orleans wharf, foot of Wall street, or to _ . E K. COLLIN8 Ik CO., 56 South street. Price of passage *100. Packet Ship Sheridan, Capt. Cornish, will mcceed the Sid don*, and *ail ustb September, her regular day iv88 rfTw LINE OK LIVERPOOL. PACKETS? 1 regular Pocket of 2l*t of August ? The splendid 1 ailing favorite packet ship I.I VK.RPOOL, . apt Joliii r.lilrnlge, ( 1200 tons) will sail punctually a* above, her regular day. riiis elegant istrket *hip has accommodations for cabin se en. nl c iblii and ! teerage, nn surpassed by any ship sailing oat ol the p n o New V o k Th,.?. who are proceeding to the old country -ii I i therefore make immediate application to secure l)i rths, eiliier on board foot of Hurling Slip, or to r * J- T. TAPnCOTT, ''"^ee 75 Smtli stieet. corner of Maiden Lane._ J|? I" OR NEWCASTLE, ENOLAND.? The welT ai>**? i OWrl'? (a ii i'l'i. 1, c"rfered and copper-l slened ?" h" jSA'ir him $r Booth street. NKW FERRY TO FORT HAMILTON AND CONEY ISLANl). 0A., The steamboat IOLAS, Captaiu Richard ? s'es, on and after the 14th August, will run 3Li Jaw ?s follows, ev(*ry day:? Leaving Pier No. I, E. R. at 7 o'clock. A. M ;IOdo: 1 P. M ; and 4 do. Leaving Kurt Hamilion for l oney Island at 10% A. M.; IX P. do. Leaving Coney Ishind for Kort Hamil ton aed New York at 113, A. M.; ->M P. M ; G>,' do. Leaving rori Hamilton for New Vork at 8 A. M. ; 12 noon; 3 P. M.:7 d >. And 'he OCEAN, or soin* other boat, will iuii, till lti? Ut September, as follows :? Leaving Pier No. 1, K. R at 1 1 o'clock, A. M.;2X P. M.;and 5>f do. Leaving Kort Hamiltixi for Coney I?l??d at 12 o'clock, noon; and 3 % P. M. Leaving Coney Inl.iud for Kort Hamilton and New > nrk, at I P. \1 ; anil t do. Lesviug Kort liamiltou for New York at I}? P. M ;4>i do; and 7 do. On Sundiys, the morning trip will be omitted. ny-tare 12,', cents. a!4 lw'rh FOR LONG BRANCH, OCEAN HOUSE, KORT HAMILTON. RUM80N. EA TON TOWN. SHREWSBURY 8c MAN A8QUAN. s*jt The new and elegant low pressure steamer flr^y^aKDWIN LEWIS, CaptCorlies, will leave 8L3L-frniii Catharine Market as lollowa : ? Leaves New Vork. Leaves Eaton Town, Ang.IJ? Wednesday, I0>? A.M. Aug. 13 ? Wednesday, 3 r M. 14 ? Thursday, 11 " 14 ? Thursday, 3 '' 14? KrHay, 12 M. 15? Kriday, 4 ' 16? Saturday, 1 v M. 16? Saturday, 6 " 17? Sunday, OaA.M. 17? Huuday, 4 " 18? Monday, 7 " 18 ? Monday, 3 " 19 ? Tuesdiy. " 19? Tuesday, 4 " 20? Weduesday, 6,'? " 20? Wednesday, 10}? A M. 21? Thursday, 7 " 21 ? Thursday, II ' ' 22? Kriday, 7^ " 22? Friday. ll)i " 23? Saturday, V " 23? S turday, 12 >t. 24? Sunday, 7 " 21? Sunday, 1>? p.m. 25? Monday, 8>? " 25? Monday, I " 26? Tiiesduy, 0 " 26 ? Tuesday, 2 " 27? Wednesday, 10 " 27? Wednesday, 2 " 211? Thursday, II " 2? ? Thursday, 3 " 29 ? Kriday, 1 1 *a " 29-Kriday, 4 " 30 ? Saturday, 12 M. 30? Saturday, 4 " 31? Sunday, 6 A.M. 31? Suntisy, 4 " Stages will be in readiness to convey passengers to nil parts of the country. a!3 rc MORN1NO LINK AT 7 O'CLOCK, KOR ALBANY, TROY and intermediate landings, from the Steamboat Pier at the foot o Barclay street. Breakfast and Dinner on board the boat. Leaves New York at J o'clock, A- M., Tuesdays, Thuisdays and Saturday, and Troy at 6 o'clock, A. M., Albany at 7 o'clock A. M. Monday, Wednesday aud Kriday. The low-pressure steamboat, TROY, Captain A. Oorhain, oo Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, at 7 o'clock. The steamboat NIAGARA, Captain A. Degioot, on Mon day, Wednesday aud Kriday, at 7 o clock. For passage or freight, apply on board, or to F. B. Hall, at the office on the wharf. Notice ? All goods, freight, baggage, hank bills, sjiecie, or any Other kind of prooerty taken, shipped, or put on board this boat, must be at the risk of the owners of such goods, freight, bag gage, he. jelftrc NOTICE. STATEN ISLAND FERRY, FOOT OF WHITEHALL STREET. The Steamboats SYLPH and STATEN ISLANDER will leave New York every honr eicept 5 P. M., commencing at 8 A. M., until 7 P.M. Leave Staten Island every hour except 4 P. M.. commencing at 8 A. M.. untd 7 P. M. N. B.? On Sundays the Boats will leave every hour from 8 A. M., uutil 1 I". M , and from 1 b. M. until 7 P. M., every hall hour. jyl2 ~~N E W YORK, ALBANY AND TROY LIN L. KOR ALBANY AND TROY DIRECT, flyi. -y ? Jp ? at 7 o'clock, P. M.? The steamboat EM 3b? JmrnxWT PIRE, Captain 11. B. Macy, will leave the steamboat pier loot of Courtlandt street, every Tuesday, Thursday Slid Saturday afternoon, at 7 o'clock. The steamboat COLUMBIA, Captain Wm. H. Peck, every Muuday, Wednesday and Kridav afternoon, at 7 o'clock. f or Passage or Kreight Apply on board, or at the office oo the wharf in?? OPPOSITION TICKET OKKICE.? Kor \lbany, 75 Cents? Utica, $2? Syracuse, m2 50? Rochester. 83? Buffalo, $3,50 ? Also, through in the I'mtt line, with board, (10,50 ? Also, Oswego, (3 ? Kingston, ( U. C.,) $4 ? Toronto, $5 ? Cleveland, (O.) ?fr? De troit, 86 50? Chicago, (111. ) HO,. A ? North to Troy and White hall , $2,50? Montreal, $4,50. Office No. 102 Barclay st. v25 lm*ih M L. RAY, Agent. WILLI A MSB UH O 11 AND PECK SLIP FERRY. The Trustees of this Kerry, believing that 'there are many of the citizens of New York .and vicinity that are unacquainted with the faciliti' H this Kerry affords as a pleasant communication with Williamsburg and Long Island, would state that there two good Kerry Boats on this Kerry, which leave Peck Slip every fifteen or twenty minutes through the day up to 5 o'clock, P. M., and then up to I o'clck, at each even nour and halfhour; after which a boat leaves at 9 o'clock aud 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 ran nntil 12 o'doe.k. jy2 lm*rc STEAM -VFJ BETWEEN NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL. TH E Great Western Steam Ship Compa ny's Steam Ships. ( The GREAT WESTERN, 1700 ions, ?l MI horse power, B. R. Matthews, Esq., ? Command) r. The GREAT BRITAIN, 3,500 tons, 1000 horse power. Lieutenant James Hoskeu, It. N., Comintuder ? are intruded to run as follows: ? GREAT WESTERN. From Liverpool. 1 From New Yorl?? Saturday August 23. Thursday Sept. 18 Saturday October 11. | Thursday Nov. 6 GREAT BRITAIN. From New York. Saturday August 30. Saturday Get. 25. Saturday Dec. 20. ....I U S... ? P.-. From Liverpool. Satnrday July 26. 1815. Saturday Sept. 27. Saturday Nov 22 j Kare per Great Western, (int. and stewards' Fees. Fare per Grest Britain, from SCO to $'2 , (and $5 Steward's fee.) aecoiding to the size aud position of the State Rooms for f. eight or passage, or other information, apply to RICHARD IKVIN, au7 2aw4m*rc 98 Kront street. D KAFTS" ON GREAT B R I TAIN AND IRELAN D? Persons wishing to remit mo ney to their friends in any part of England. Ireland, Scotland or Wales, can be supplied 'with dr ifts payable at sight, without dis count, for any amount, from ?1 upwards, at the following places, vi*: Is EftnLANT> ? The National and Provincial Bank of Eng land; Messrs. J. Barned St Co , Exchange and Discount Bank, Liverpool; Messrs. James Bui t U Son, Loudon, and branches throughout England and Wales. In Irki.a*!). ? The Notional Bank of Ireland, and Provin cial Bunk and branches throughout Ireland. In Scoti.ano ? The Eastern Bank of Scotland, National Bank of Scotland, Greenock Banking Company, and branches throughout Scotland. The steamship Cambria, sails from Boston on the 16th Au gust, by which all drafts can be forwarded free. Apply to W.kJ. T. TAPSCOrr. jylJ r? 7R Sonth st. enr Maiden I?ne. KUK llALlf AA ANU L.1 VKIU'UOjL. THE Royal Mail Staam Ships CAM BRIAdiid 11IBERNIA. will leive busto". ^(or the above ports, ua followi, viz-? Cambria, C. II. K. Judjini, Esq., Commander, August 16, H'S. Hiberuia, Alex. Ryrie, Esq., Commander, . .September 1, 1815 Passage to Liverpool $130. Passage to Halifax 30. For freight or passage , apply to i?7rc I). BRlGHAM. Jr.. Agent. R Wall st. FOR LIVERPOOL? New Line-Regular packet of the 2fitli August ? The splendid and fast sailing ipacketshi|) SIDDONS, Captain E. B. Cobb, of 1 100 tons burthen, will sail as above, her regular day. Having very snperior accommodations lor splendor and com foit, for cabin, aerond cabin and steerage passengers, jiersous about to embark should male early application to JOSEPH M '.MURRAY, 100 Pine street, corner of South. The packet ship SHERIDAN, Capt. Cornish, will succeed the Hiudons, and sail the 26th September, her regular day. re FOR LIVERPOOL ? Packet of the ti'h September .?The splendid new picket ship HENRY ( LAV, |E. Nye, master, 12B0 tons burthen, will sail as ni ovc, her regular day. Having unsurpalaed accommodations for cabin, second cabin Ami steerage pesaengers, persons wishing tosecure berths should make e irly application on board, foot of Maiden Lane, or to the subscriber, . JOSEPH McMURRAY, 100 Pine street, corner of South street The splendid packet ship Patrick Hen?, J. C. Delano, mas ter, 1000 tons burthen, will succeed the Henry Clay, and sail the Bii October. a 14 rc FOR N f. W UllbKA.NA-"LoUinuia tuiU [Srvqt York Line? Regular Packet of Monday, Ut Se litem ^lier ? The fast sniling coppered packi-t ship DAM.A8 S, Bliss, muter, will sail is above, Jier regular day. Kor freight or passage, having handsome lurmsheil accom modations, apply on board, at Orleans wharf, foot of Wall it, or to E. K. COLLINS Ik CO., M Sooth st. Agent in New Orleans James E.Woodrulf, who will prompt ly forward ill goods to his address. The ship 8 .irtelle, Capt. Taylor, will succeed the Damascus, and sul the 2Vth September, her rrgular day. alt rc REOl LAR 1 7lNK Oh PACKETS KOR NEW ORLEANS? The new and spLndid packet ship Stlijas^Ol.TAM A, < ipt. E. S. Dennis, will positively sail vi .uday, the IRth August. '1 lie accommodations of this favorite ship are very superior for cabin, Sr-coud cabin and steerage passengers. Persons wishing to lerure berths should make early application to VV. h J. T. TAPMCOTT, "'2 re 7S South street, corner Maiden l?ne. ^ KUK LONDON ? Picket ol' the 20th Angest? The idemlid fast s tiling packnt ship WESTMINSTER, I R. llovey, in.ioter, will pisitiiely sail .is above, ; regular day. ror passage in the cabin, second cabin, and steerage, apply ? nr. to JOHN HERDMAN *? CO.. til S mih at reef FOR GLASGOW ? The substantial resular pack et ship SARACEN, Nathaniel J. Hawkins, m ister, ? ? its daily expected, and will have immediate despatch. ortreiKlil ot passage, apply to WOODHULL h MI N TURN 8, , , 87 S uith street The favorite packet barque ADAM CARR, Scott, master, will sucri ' il tlie S iracrn. a ] 3 A CK El S M?R HAVRE.? (Second Line.)? The Packet Phip UTICA, Captain Fred, rick Hew ^_| Itt, will sell on the 1st September. h"or ft eight or passage, a| ply to ? BOYD It HIN' KEN, a4 ee No. * T ontine Pmlding. cor Wall mid Water sts. rorfrei J. HERD MAN'S Ol.l) ESTABLISHED EMIGRANT PASSAGE OFFICE, HI SOUTH STREET. ???- PASSAGE from Orrat Britain and Ireland, vie. MnRffW Li verpool, can always be arranged at tlie lowest rate. JUhIiL^iiiiI Drafts furnished for any aniouut. Payable at all the principal Bankt in England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales, on application to J. HERDMAN, jfirc SI South street. OL D~EST ABlTs RED EM I OR AN T PASSAGE OFFICE, ?l South st.? Passage from England, Ire ilnnd. Scotland and Wales? Those sending lor their (neiiiia ton Id do well to avail theniselvrs of the opportunity of making their arrangements with the snbseribew oil very mode rate terms, by first clasa packet ships, sailiug from Liverpool weekly. Drafts can na usual Im> ftunislied for any amount, reysble throughout the United Kingdom. Apply to _ _ JOHN HERDMAN, 61 South st. The mail steamer Hibernia ssile frem Boston on the 16th inst, 1 by w nich letteracan he forwarded quickly mv23 rh 915,000 T0 LOAN-?i^im^-cr,T > J"* 1 H So* th street. I . WANTKD? A small HOUSE, with four rooms and | a kitchen; rant $160; or four room* and a kitchen, iu a Lliouse where hut two fimiiies reside. Tre?s "C." at the office of this paper. al2*m TO HOTEL KEEPERS. FOR SALE ? Au old established HOU8K, now doing a good and increasing business, to which a 1) \R it ai tsched It contain* bedrooms to arcoinmodate thirty person', and ii looted in the centre of the business part of the aatv. The rent is less than six hundred dollars. One thou? >nd dollar* cash wiil he required. Those m>t having tin- needful, need not in ike application, This sale will remain open to the 1st of September. Addicts, letters postpaid, W. T. E. at this office, with real name and residence. aul2 2w*chl THE BOND STREET HOUSE, 0H3 Broadway, I S now o|>eu f?r the reception of boarders. The situ ation it one of the moit desirable in the city. Tlie home has been newly paptred mid painted thioughout j ? cont in. ing betweeu 60 and 70 rooms, ban Isom el y furnished. Parlors and bedrooms and pantries attached? likew s* rooms 1 (or single geut'emen. Southerners and others wishing to avoid , the uoii ? a;id confusion of an Hotel, will have crery attention , paid to their comfort and convenience. au51m*rc TO LET? Offices and Lolls in (lie t;-w lire-proof Store ' corner of l'ine and South sts, Apply to b J V'20 JOSEPH McMIIRRAY. FOR SALE. THE Three Story Brick Houie, 413 Houston street, built in the best manner; warm in winter and cool in ,suinmer; replete with every convenience. Hall the i se money may remain on bond aud mortgage at 6 per cent. For terms apply to E. K. COLLINS hCO., ju 19 ec 66 South street. T TO LET.until the In'st of May uextaiid immediate |K>s scsmoii given, of the 3 story house No. 101 Kirat Avenue between 4th and 7th streets, The premises have lately been put ill coinpleate order. And nil hits beeu painted inside and out, last June, the Croton water introduced, marble tnautle pieces, folding doors, and it is well adapted to accommodate one or more families; rent asked to one family for the residue of the year to neit May is $325. Inquire at the office of John H. rower, Ksq., No. 70 Nassau it. corner of John, up stain from the hours of 9 to 3 o'clock, or of Saml. K. B. Norton the owner, at the same office ou Tuesdays aud Wednesday. linjy 12*rh LOOK AT" Till iff! J JUK I' RECEIVED ? Another lot of French Boots, of the best kind, and will be told at the old price, $'?. and the best of French I .ill Boots made to order for $.1; City made Calf Boots, $3; and the greatest assorUneut of Gents (J, (it ers of all kinds to be found at very low prices. Alto, the finest Calf Shoes, $2 and $ I AO. A tfre.it variety of all other kinds. Ladies iu tins Store w ill tin il a nre.it assortment ol Gaiters, JSukKius, Slips Ties. I'rmiells, Satin, he. For an assortment of all other kinds Misses and Children's Boots aud Stioes we cannot be lic it in thiscity. Do not mis take the number, 361 Broadway, corner ofFraukliu street. jb3 lm*rh M. CAHILL. A CARD ? ADAM KLEIN, Boot M ker, being burnt entirely out, nt lfi Beaver stree', has taken the basement store at 111 Broadway, corner of 'I linnet street, wh?re he would be happy to see his customers and all wanting a fashionable pair of boots or shoe". All repairing neatlydone. aC 2w*ec A. KLEIN, No 111 Broadway. itOULSTONE'S RIDING SCHOOL, 137 and 13ii Mercer Street* . MR. JOHN S. ROUL8TONE has the honor to linform his friends and the public in general, that his .School for Instruction iu Horsemanship is now open ly and evening, as follows Hours for Gentlemen from 6 to S A. M. " " Ladies ? 9 A. M. to 3 P. M. Terms of instructicn made known on application to Mr. Roulstone. Mr. R. has just received from the country several fine and stylish Saddle Horses, which he is authorised to sell at a rea sonable price. mv7re THE PATENT GALVANIC RINGS AND MAGNETIC FLUID. HIS REMARKABLE DISCOVERV has received the universal approbation of the Medical Profession of Great Britain, and has been sufficiently long before the American pub lic to give a fair trial of its power and efficacy. The Patent Gai.vanic Ring* have been found to answer all the purposes for which the ordinary Galvanic Battery or Electric and Mag netic Machines are used, but are without any of the iujurious shocks, which accompany the applications by those instru ments, and in many other respects are more safk and CKRTAin in accomplishing the desired object. The Galvauic Rings have been used with perfect]succes? in all cases of Rheumatism, acute or chronic, applying to the held, face or limbs; Gout; Tic Doloreaux ; Toothache, ; Bronchitis: Vertigo; Nervous or Sick Headache; Indiges tion ; Paralysis ; Talsy ; Epilepsy ; Fits ; Cramp ; Palpitation of the Heart ; Apoplexy, Stiffness of Joints; Lumbago : Neu ralgia ; General Debility; Deficiency of Nervous Energy ; and all Nervous Disorders. Iu cases of confirmed Dyspepsia they have been equally successful. Their extraordinary effects upon the system must lie witnessed to be believed ; and as a certain prki kntive for the above complaints they are equally to be recommended. The Galvanic Rings are in every way perfect ly harmless, and are sold at prices to be withiu the reach of all, CltitTis'a Magnetic Fluid is used iu connection with the Kings, to render their efficient actiou certain, and to direct the Galvauic influence tothe particular portions which are affected. For numerous certificates of the highest character regarding the efficacy of the Galvanic Rings and Magnetic Fluid, refer ence is made to former advertisements, or they may be seen at the office. Only Agency iu New Vork, 131 Fulton street, (Sun Building.) In Brooklyn, at the store of Jamks W. Smith, Drug .'ist. corner Fulton and Cranberry streets. j\28 lin'ec THE ORIGINAL GENUINE GALVANIC RINGS AND MAGNETIC FLUID, POSSESS all the advantages of h Galvanic Battery, with out its shock, and are successful iu curing rheumatism, tic dolorrux, headache and all chronic or nervous diseases. For sale only by Dr. Crombie's Agents ? A. B. It D. Sand's General Agents. Also, 273 Broadway, 77 East Broadway, 149, 143 and 92 Fulton, C7 Walker, at Drug Stores corner of Bowery and Grand, 17 Avenue D.; 176 Spring, 36 Catherine, corner of Clinton and Division, Mrs Hays, Brooklyn. Price of Rings 2s? gold plated SI ? Fluid 75 cents per bottle. jul9 lm*ec COPARTNERSHIP NOTIUIJ. EW. CLARK it CO., Philadelphia, and J. XV. CLARK & ? CO., Boston, have formed a connection in tlie Exchange and Commission business in New York, under the firm of E. W. CLARK, DODGE Ik CO., at No. GO Wall street, and having correspondents in all the principal cities and towns iu the Union, they are enabled to m tke Collections of Notes and Bills of Exchange at the lowest rates and with the utmost promptitude. They are also prepared to purchase all kinds of | Bank Notes and Exchange upon the principal cities. Drafts upon all prominent points can always he had in sums to suit. They respectfully solicit a share of public patronage. New York, August llth, 1845. alllm'rc DRAFTS AND NOTES COLLECTED. EW. CLARK, DODGE k CO.. No. 60 Wall street, are ? prepared to collect Note* and Drafts payable at the fol lowing placet on the most reasonable terms, vi/.:? Boston, Providence, Newport, Port laud, Philadelphia, Har risburK, Lancaster, Heading, Pittsburg, Wilmington, itilti Diore, Annapolis, Washington City, Richmond, Norfolk, Pe tersburg, Fredericksburg. Wheeling. Raleigh, Fayetteville, Wilmington. Newbern, Charleston, Columbia, Camden, Ch? raw, Sav-innah, AuiMista, Mohile, New Orleans, Cincinnati, Columbus, Chillicothe, Indianapolis, Louisville, Lexington, Nishville. Memphis, St. Louis, and most other chief towns in the United States. New York, August 11th, 18)5. nil lm*rc GRAPES? Muscadne, Madeira, Cataliu and white Sweet Wafer Grapes.fresh from the viuyardson Vork and Long Island, every lawful day? for sale by GRANT THORBURN nn7 1 wr' 57f> Broadway, nest door to Nihlo's. "" MARTELLE <fe HOLDERMANN, NO. 'XI MAIDEN LANE. N. Y. MANUFACTURERS and Importers of Ornamental Hair Work, Wigs, Toupees, Bands. Curls, Seams, Bandeau

Hair, Danguy's celebrated Curled Hair, 15 inches long, and a new style of Kverlasting Cnrls, and all kinds of Hair VVork, wholes-lie and retail. N. B ?The trade supplied on reasonable terms. ?3 lm*ec WE, the undersigned, deem it necessary for the benefit of life, as well as recreation, not to be confuted by the retail trade to such a late hour at night, do hereby ajiree to close our st*esnt 9 o'clock every evening (Satnrilay night excepted) for two mouths, to commence from this, the 1st day of August, 18-15. (Signed.) B. Lewin, Jno. Ilntchler, M.Woolf, W. McKimley, W. Starves, Jno. C. Haslett. Jno. Dans, S. P. Sturges, W. Benin tt, P. Koopmiu, F. Msrshsll, Proprietors of the Shirt Stores of Chatham street, New York. an? tm'rrc JUST PUBLISHED, price thirty cents, the Fourth Edition, (Translated from the Nineteenth French Edition,) CONSTIPATION DESTROYED, Or, Exposition ofa NATURAL, simple, agreeable and infalli ble MEANS, not only of OVERCOMING, but also of com pletely destroying habitual ( Constipation, without using either purgatives, or any artificial means whatever, ( discovery recent ly made in France by M. Wurton, ) I'oIIombmI by numerous cer tificates from eminent physicians and other i<ersous of distinc tion. Sold at the National Depot of Warton of Paris, No. 74 Maiden Lane. anfi lin'rc TO TAILORS fTMJOBE who desire to attain a correct knowledge of Fash a ionable Cutting; in all its virions branches, W'Uld do well to obtain Stmt met*' Complete Work oil the aiih.cct, which ran be obtained of the author only, at No. 113 Broad way. Price? from 8? to f 10 per Book. nu4 lm*r CHURCH'S VEGETABLE LOTION, FOR CLEARING AND BEAUTIFYING THE COMPLEXION. (CHURCH'S VEGETABLE LOTION will effectually re J move from the akin all offensive blotches, pimples, tan, sun burn and fivckles, which detract from beauty and a fair com plexion. This valuable Cosmetic haa been in extensive us. ? for many years, and is now considered an indispensable appanage totbetoilei. Sold in bottles, at 75 cents each, at 18# Bowery.cor ner of Spring street. a!2 lm*tn VOU Pl'LAEJ/DtR'S DAGUEIUiEOTVPE APPARATUS. \RRANGEM KNT8 recently made with the ir brother-in law, Mr. Voiglit laender, Vienna, enable the subscribers to sell those Apparatus at reduced rates, viz:? Largest si/e Apparatus, with three inch lenses for full size plates, at 1145. Medium sue Appatntus, with two inch lenses for halfsiie plat, s, at $7t. Small size Apparatus, with one and a-liall inch leases, lor quarter sixe plates, at t6fl. Gentlemen sending remittances in accordance with^ the above price*, may depend upon receiving the * nuuie VoigU !aender Apparatus, and not a worthless imitated article, they having procured tl>e sole aseacy lor the LmU-d States. Plates and Chemical of tTieir awn imi>ortstion, as well ss all other articles connected with their art, for sale at the lowest market prices. W. A. F. LANOENllElM. Philadelphia Exchange. Referring to the above advertisement, the subscribers inform the Daguerrian Artists in general, that the above Appanrus and other materials e.ui be procured at the stated prices, at their Daguerremi Attelier, No. 20! Broadway, {few York. jV3 lm?rc LANGKNlU.IM fc BSC KERB HILLIAKIVS? GREAT IMPRO V EM E N TS. SOUTHKRNKRS, Strnngersand Citizens art- invited to try Mahogany Beds with Iti Panels, made by steam machinery. So much work could not be dune by hand without three times the usual price. Likewise Cushions so elastic that eleven can lie hit by a single blow, for sale or playing at BASSFOHI/S old stand ? Kntraiices jomiiiK the Museum Building, Ann street, aad IM Fulton st. ..Otis Field, with a numhe- of these improved Tablei, invites his friends to call at the On i ted States Hotel.' Entrance through the bar-room or I Wt Water street. jyJ3 lm*rrc ARD?50 ke?s pare Leaf Lard, white aad hard, for sale by E- k. COLLINS k CO.. drt % South it. The Oenlu* of Niagara. BT THE HKV. JOIIW C. 1.0BD, D. V. Proud Demon of the water*? thou Around whose item and stormy brow Circles the rainbow's varied gem? The Vapor Spirit'! diadem - While ruiiliing headlong at thy feet, The everlasting thuuderi meet. Throned on the mists, around thy form Is dashing an eternal storm, Whose ceaseless, changeless earthquake shock The tempests of old Ocean mock, And the dark Sea-King yields to thee The meed ol might and majesty. Depth, Sound, Immensity have lent Their terrors to thy element ; Thy congregated waters yell Down cavcnis futhoinluss as Hell, While Heaven's glorious hues are set About thy gorgeous coronet. Titanic wiuter strives in vain To bind thee ia his icy chain, Which rent by thy resistless wave h'inds in thy fearful depths ? a grave ; Or the tern fragments glistening lie lu the glare of thy kitigly eye. A silvery web among thy trees Uoruflled by the paming breeze The vanquished Ice-King for thee weaves, And gives them geins for winter leaves, And ream thee columns, bright and vast, Their radiauco through thy halls to cast Tho Giant Time hath never yet His footstep in thy waters set : Grimly passing thy fall, he tries To notch his bye-gone centuries Along the dark and devious track Of thy rock-crashing Cataract. ?mblem of Power? the mighty Sun ilath fouud and left thee roaring on, Thou wcit with Chaos e'er his light Shone out upon the starless night, Hole relic of that awlul day When all in wild confusion lay. And when Air, harth, and Sea and Sky formless again together lie, When judgment fires are kindling o'er Old Nature's wreck, ? Niagara's roar, First echo in the ear of Time, Shall sing his requiem sublime. ? Tte last leap of Iky waves shall be The sign of Ins death agony. Vkra Cruz, July 20, 1845. Profitt of Privateering ? Precedent Established ? Materials for thi Privateer Servtcc ? Slaver* and Desperadoes ? Yellow Fever and other Diseases of the Climate. War with the United States seems unavoidable, according to advices from the city ot Mexico. A curious jwper is handed about here, showing the number of privateers commanded and manned by Americans, and fitted out in the United StateB, du. ring the war ot Spain, to subdue her rsvolted pro vinces in this hemisphere, with the names of the vessels and Captains enlisting under the Buenos Ayres and Colombian (lags, and who for many years, captured, and entirely cut up the Spanish merchantmen [throughout the world ; to this 13 ad. ded the names of the consignees in the United States ; the fortunes accumulated by individuals, and pointing out the princely houses that were erected at dill'erent places in the United States, from the pro ceeds of the Spanish prizes ; hence it is argued here, that no complaint can be made by the United States should Mexico adont the same system against the American trade, on the breaking out of hostili ties. It is thought that the desperadoes occupied in the slave trade will be engaged in this business; there is no lack of a kind of sailors of the swarthy breed and negroes at Camoeachy, Tobasco, Tampi co, and other places on the Mexican coast, mixed up with Spaniards, to fit out privateers ; besides, men can be obtained on the Spanish main, who, from color and personal appearance, are identical to th<* Mexicans and could not to be detected. They are under the impression here, that the whole American force that may arrive on the Mexi can frontier will be laid up in the hospitals in a short time after their arrival, from the ellect of the cli mate, as happened to the last expeditions sent by Spain from Havana against Mexico, and that a little maneuvering to keep the American troo|>s in mo tion, will complete their annihilation without the necessity of coming to close quarters. Perilous Adventure ! ? Ascent of the Natural Hkiixje, the second time. ? It will be recollected that many yean ago, the Natural Bridge was ascended by Col. James H. Piper, then a student at Washington College, and now a member of the 8tate Senate. A graphic account of this hazardous exploit, from the pen of Dr. Caruthers, has been long before the world. ? Nevertheless, many persons who hare visited the DrUge, have regarded the story as fabulous, deeming the achievement absolutely impossible. It will be seen, however, by the following brief narrative, with which we kave been kindly furnished from an autheutic source, that the ascent has boen a second time succesfully achieved. Certainly he must have steady nerves and indomitable self reliance, who puts lite and limb in such nuninent peril On Saturday the 26th of July, there being besides my self, several guests at the tavern of Mr. Luster at the Natural Bridge, we concluded to walk up and view that stupendous prodigy of nature, with which " nought made by human hands can vie," ? and accordingly several of us repaired thither, and after being lost in en chantment for some considerable time in gazing upon the far-famed attractions, we returned to a small house on the road side, between the bridge and tavern, where we were favored with an old paper containing an account of the ascension of the bridge by Mr. Piper, many years ago, from the pen of Dr. Caruthers. While some of ui, entirely incredulous, were warmly discus sing its titlo to credibility, we were suddenly inter rupted by the cry " Some one is climbing the bridge !" With tho avidity of men anxious to maintain their opinion, until convinced of its falsity by ocular demon stration, we immediately rushed, rn masse, to the top of the Bridge, still inwardly doubtipg the possibility of what the next moment met our astonished sight? the as cension of the Bridge. When we arrived there, we found two gentlemen 011 the Bridge, who pointed us to Mr. Shaver, the hero of the occasion, standing at the distance of 170 feet from the ground, on a bench (as it is termed,) apparently too narrow to stand upon even with out motion. From the testimony of the gentlemen pre sent, we learned that Mr. Shaver, passing by there in the morning, concluded to attempt the ascension, merely (I suppose) to gratify his own curiosity or that of others. Without any preparation he Immediately commenced' climbing diroctly tinder the well known cedar stump about ten or fifteen paces higher up the stream than the place from whence Mr. I'iperis said to hare started, and withal a much more difficult place to ascend, as any one may ascertain by examination. After going perpen dicularly about 30 feot, he came to a clump of bushes, where he rested a little, and proceeded on to another ledge protruding a little, from the main body of rock ; thence directly up the steep and rugged ridge lying between the deep ravines on each side of the cedar stump, until he came to the bench, where I first saw him. While upon that bench, which is about forty feet from the top, Mr. Shaver inscribed his name in very legible characters, which may be seen by any one from the top of the bridge. lie then advanced up the stream, along the very edge of the awful precipico that over hangs the ravine, until he came around on the opposite side of tho stump from where he started. He then came to the last ascent of any danger, and it was truly awful to see a man attempting to climb an overhanging clifl' at the distance of ISO feet from the bottom ot the dreadful abyss that yawned beneath him, while in ascending his back was in some measure downward, and he hnd more over fiequontly to remove looce stones, in order to se cure a hold for his hand. In making the first effort, cither his strength or resolution fulled him, and ho returned to the bench and rested. My feelings at thi* moment were truly indescribable. To see a fellow -being poised, as it were, between heaven and earth, with barely a possi bility of ascent or descent, clinging to the precarious shrubbery on the side of a lofty precipice, at the base of which I expected every moment to see film dashed to atoms, produced a sensation 1 cannot describe. Borne of the more cautious and prudent of the company proposed sending for rones by which to draw him up, wliich wa* hardly possible under the circumstances, as perhaps none of us had courage sufficient to vontnre down the ravine far enough to see him on the side where he then was. We were fearful even to speak to him. Never theless, after divesting himself of his boots, and swinging them around his neck with a handkerchief, he made the second effort, in which he happily succeeded, amid our happiest congratulations, lie was very pale and in a eifect tremor when he arrived at the top, from which he ad not entirely recovered before 1 took my leave.? I.ynchhnrg Virginian. The Uri'ER Mississippi. ? The accounts that trav J cllers give of the country, bordering the Upper Mis- J slssippi, about the Kails of St. Anthony and the adjacent region, ate of the most llattering and enthusiastic char- . acter. The scenery is described as magnificent and beautiful, diversified with the varieties of hill and dale, rivers and lakos, cataracts and precipices? having all the elements of the grand nm| the romantic combined to a perfection that is unparalleled. It may he expected ' that Southern tourists will hereafter turn their stepa in that direction. The communication from this place ia so direct, that probably some of our citizens will be tempted to take a summer's ramble among the romantic wilds of Iowa and Wisconsin. ? S. O. Bulletin, .lug. 6. A New Inahediknt with India Ruhrer.? Mr. ] Nelson ( ioodyear has invented an improvement fur 1 India rubber used for various pnnioses, such as the 1 soles of shoes, coarae carpeting, awnings, lie., by mixing s.ind with the rubber, which renders it leas subject to wear, and remove^ the objection to its uae in many in* stance* on account of a smooth or alippery surface. < Vrw r The and the Crop*. *everal ofour eirhantflV "TT?\C*0P'~We notic? '?? ton ?t the principal oFn^ "' the1receiPt of newcot tainly very early for comi*erc??l mart*. It ia cer mike its appearance in ?h. ?Up,# of the ,outh l? those at a distance or abroad"?? ' i*n<! 0n the of a false impression. .Many w uu'lil^ ca'c"'8t*d to produce of an abundant production of thi. ?'? 1r lt,a" eviJe"fe I truth the foreboding of a short <-r !r!.e ' '* '? of new cotton are the Catherine. ??'?(. ij?e"e,e8r,y bales have been prematurely forced oi.?n i*6 ?? boles which drought aid parching sun under whi/h ,!? un',ar"lle??<l been (uttering for weeks ind L, .f ? country hat Place., we learn, that priori 7^'^ , ^ rain, with which we have been vi.h.rf fiT ,howeM of : SZUrSZiZ" ASiSS"^ stz" p-va ! curred that theie States like L PP1, *97 a11 co"" iP=?ssHp sasiSsls next summer. I have ? ot ha I ?? nlean, of thing like a season since the middle oI^m'hv"^-!0" "I**" portion ot my corn croi# Ins ?nt i,u/t ^ last, and a it came out of the ground -as matt, f "p0n '* lfiQCe SriS Georgia and Alabama will do but little better ,K>rtJOn ?f parched up. i? some P J^ of thin?, tbe *round higher than mv finiror m l ec!1,^IJCtt^e cotton is not grind corn for u. to eat."-|.uM cZuman CaW10t laKl P8,,er US-V' the Chtraw Ga ^*i!t'e(lICw"*irM^^J^lh'ei^pr?^jnjJ8*?"^reTh?|r'late from enquiry and observation u p !r appearance, and "."SarAzt z:z'!.vB &">?*", >? s cinity ii concerned. ' immediate ri atmogjilere^delighifuVly ^ tempered* If refre.shcJ' an(1 ,h? which' fell almost coatinu ously yesterday" * ~!jower.*' ft SMf'i ?5ry?f lence abating, it continued fallZ gSun^vM*'0" (lusty, and the air so dry that it' was h?rdl mlo,lerab,5" i& aaasaarS assSwSi I up?, .?<! .11 .?io,T-V 'a E.X' *ZS^"?LSZTV? i? "id (rem U.icSnd In c. STtauSSft! J"" >" "" ance ol the countsy and the ! r ! fti,e aPP??r lar^e portion of thn orvn rospect of the farmeri in a drought ha. beeu .o"ev?? ?n" V fMoraMe. The Ocauga, Portage, Summit Lalfe a^iy !h# co",ltlea ?' adjoining, that the pasture K<-a i Poitions ef others appearance of life ISSte " ,1?Mt exclusively a era/inir and iio,? ' d lh,,s belnS almost the hay crop 5 a yefv feg,?n' t,le total loss of Mr. Qatnham savsuL? calam'/y ?" the farmers. theIpre"ervaUon^th,*ir^*Vtl^dnI^g0^,e^?**^'"^a"??1^ the farmers of the Reserve tn ??nH fu ? . nrges aarSrf than sending them to the far west -OA^^"^^"1*' a nd ?t he'e rops " that "w'e re all v "jlT f'001 tho bought ject. But duty "Sou? distant Jj? <0 t0Uch ,ho su should let them knowour .i uat on" ,re<luire' 'liat we the first is nnparalleled ?? 5i .'n a word- th?". miserable. There will be i-roduced'^iZt'rue ' to? laMer lavored spots and on low lands ill ' ,n 8ome b?f rain mSMSSSVET '!?' ">* sent one. we perhaps mSrht h"e7tn,L?Z i X" year with some degree oTconTO,u?W ik lllSOTf h the ?Sr^=SSHr 8t.\tf. ok Mexico. ? As war with Mexico is by many deemed a probable event, some information relative to the strength an- 1 resources of our adversary might not at the present crisis be uninteresting. The entire population of the Mexican State*, twenty-two in number, in estimated at about seven millions. Krom this amount a deduction must be made for the Indians, half breeds, and negroes, who constitute about six-sevenths of the census. These are mere slaves, and a class too ignorant and degradsd to be enumerated among the mili taiv statistics ol the country In physical vigor and in tellectual capability, they are said to be much interior to the negroes of the south, and are certainly kept under a bondage much more galling and enervating both to mind and body. Throwing this portion of the population out of the account, there remains only about a million of Mexicans who can be said to be of pure Spanish or fcjiropean descent, upon whom any reliance can be placed for the defence of the country. Kven this small fraction of the populace is greatly degenerated, and compared with the Spaniards of the days of Cortez or the Auglo Saxons of the present era, may be called an effeminate race. There has been nothing to stimulate and develops energy of character in their intercourse with the puny and harmless aborigine*. The rivalry and frequent col lision with formidable antagonists, so essential to the growth of habits of endurance, enterprise and interpidity, have been entirely wanting, and hence the Spanish Mex icans are (much deteriorated from the parent stock. It will be obvious to the most superficial observer, that in a contest with such an enemy our Government has no thing to dread. The wonder is, that an adversary so en tirely impotent and helpless should have the temerity to threaten war. No doubt, however, great reliance is placed on the forbearance and good nature ?f tho L'nited States. Having borne so many insults and outrages meekly, perhaps the calculation now is that our govern ment cannot be provoked into retaliation or resentment of injuries. Tho Mexicans have resolved, al any rate, to experiment on our moderation, ami may llnd, after a while, whother or not it has any limits.? Mrw Orlrant Bulletin. John F. Krat-se, a German innkeeper ot this city, advertises in the IVtUburgtr, that hiB daughter Marie, aged U years, has been inveigled from home by some wicked person, and calls upon all honest people to assist him in finding her, and will pay all reasonable sharges incurred in her recovery. He supposes sho ?nay navc.taken the route to New York .?Bujjnlo Pilot. Those infamous ?*i itrtl houses in New York ate send ng out agents in the gentlemanly disguise of broadcloth, ?n purpose to decoy, inveigle, and gather in unimpect ng and unprovided for servant girls where ever they :an be procured. A case occurred in this city not long since of this kind. A very well disposed German girl or ibout fifteen, was staying at a gentleman's residence on K.uclid street, wanting a situation, when very unexpect jdly a gentleman called, and solicited her to accompany Mm and his wife to New York, in tho capacity of h ser vant, promising to send her home without expense when sver sho chose to return. The unsuspecting girl thought | the opportunity a good one, ami left without hesitation. | The next, and lust that was heard from her, she whs j teen by a Cleveland gentleman, sitting in a room by her- , ?eU', in the attic of an obscure hotel in New \ ork, where ?ha had been some ten days patiently waiting to be re moved into the family of nor decoyer and seduccr, tho latter visiting her every day, and promising to remove her. Tho villain who perpetrated this foul crime regis tered Ills name while in the city, "A. < l owers," but in New i ork he was known by another name. The gen- I tleinan from w hose resilience she was tiiken sparod no . pains at the time to ferret out the villain and regain the I lost one, hut studied vice always provea itself an oroi match for unsuspecting virtue, and the where-about of the victor and his victim has not yat bean ascertained. ? Huff. Com. The ship Herman left Baltimore on Thursday with :*pt Ringgold's troops for Galveston. Varieties. The light-fingered gentry have been rather " scarce" this season, at Saratoga, and hardly an instance of robbery h?s occurred during the iummer. The em ployment of police oflloers, from New York, by the United States Hotel, last aeaaon, had its anticipated ef fect, and prevented theie miicreanta from coming where they are at once recognized aad exposed The moment a pickpocket alight* from the cars, he ii teen, and watched with an eagle eye, until he ia either caught at kis "tricks," or driven from the town. Saratoga has now 4000 visitor*. A youth, named Arnold, suspected of the murder ofa Mr. Tannehill, an overseer, in the parish of Con cordia, last September, wa? arrested a short time aince in Catahoula parish, and lodged in jaiL This boy, Ar nold, who is only fourteen years of age, if he be the murderer of Tannehill, (aa it is reported he has confessed himself,) says the Baton Rouge Qarette, must be no trifler in the business of crime, young aa he is. Tanne ! kill was killed by the charge ofa double-barrel shot gun | ?twenty-seven buck ahot were lodged in hia body, i The Part/and Advertiser states that Mr. J. F. Brown is erecting a sugar refinenr in that city. The building is to be of brick, 35 feet long by 80 feet wide, and four stories high. The foundation la already laid, and the building 1* expected to be completed ? appa ratus in, and ready for operation in about three months. When in full operation, it will give constant employ ment to fifteen or twenty hands, to say nothing of the business it will create tor other occupations. Mr. Rush, in his reminiscences, states that two servants of the Persian Ambassador having offended him lately in London, he applied to the British government for permission to cut off their heads. On learning that it could not be granted, he gravely remonstrated '. In the sequel he was ill able to comprehend how the laws of England could deny his request. Finding, however, that his hands were tied up, he told hia servants, " it waa all one; they must consider their heads as being off; for off they would come when he got them back to Persia." Cast Iron Posts, Beams or Supporters for dwel lings or warehouses, have been condemned by a parlia mentary commission in England. It is a common prac tice in many foundries to remove castings red hot from the sand. In tke Oldham mill, in several beams, large seams were discovered. The commissioners' report re commends wrought iron in the place of cast ir(?, for beams aud front posts, or supporters, aa it can be relied upon, whereas cast iron cannot. The Boston Mercantile Library Association, an institution of twenty -five years standing, is in a very flourishing condition. It kas on ita list of members at tke present times 875 names ; a library of 4,337 volumes ; an invested fund of $1,?00 ; a balance in ita treasury of $47-2 ; five shares in tke Boston Merckants' Exhange, equivalent to $2,500, and a share in the Boaton Athe naeum. A Military Encampment is to be held at Ephrate, Lancaster county , Pa., on the 9th September, and con tinue until the 13th. On the 11th, the corner atone of the monument to be erected over the remains of the two hundred soldiers of the Revolution who died tkere, will be laid. A general review of the troops will also take lace on tkat day, and an oration and a historical addresa e delivered. A writer from the White Sulphur Springs, says ? that tke proprietor of tke Hotel has one kundred and twenty-nine dogs, consisting of greyhounds, pointers, &c., and a corresponding proportion of fine kotses. The profits of this Hotel per season are never lees than $50, 000, and sometimes amount to $90,000. Mr. Seaton, Mayor of Washington, states in his annual message, that tke income of the city has increas ed, within the year, $15,000, and that nearly 400 build ings kave been erected. Most of tkese private build ings and several new churches. Population in 1040 ? J3,3t>3. By the late census of tke city? 30.000. The Burlington (Iowa) Hawkeye, says that the new constitution which was submitted to the people by which to form that Territory inti a State, and wkich was by them rejected, contained, among other tkings, a clause which prohibited tke introduction of manufac tures into tke State. The confe: ees ot the counties ol M'Kean, Potter, Warren and Elk, met at Montgomery on tke 5tk instant, and fixed upon James L. Gillis, as tke democratic candi date for State Senator in that district. Destucy of the Great.? M. Thierry, the would be New Zealand King, wko was killed, cooked and eat en lately, by bis savage subjects, was one of the moft dashing figures at Vienna during the Congress of 1814. Mrs. Hewitt, of this city, one of the sweetest poets ' of the country, we are glaa to learn, is about publishing a volume of her fugitive works. The Albany Towboat Association have purchased one quarter of the stock of the People's Line of steam boats between New York and Albany, composed of the | North America, South America, Rochester, New Jersey and Knickerbocker. A new boat, the Hendrick Hudson, spoken of as the largest, most commodious and costly boat on our waters, will be on the river about the 1st September. The Hon. John Calhoun," says the Kentucky Ga zette, late member of Congress from that State, and at present Judge of the 14th Jndicial District, has abandonee whiggery, and come out strongly for the cau?e and doc trines of democracy. "*A new professorship has been established in Wil liams College, called the Lawrence Professorship, en dowed by the liberal donation of $30,000, given by Amos Lawrence, of Boston. To this donation Mr. L. recently added $1 ,000, fer establishing a conservatory and botanic garden. Major G. Grimes, who some two years ago was committed to the asylum in Nashville, as a violent luna tic, has so far recovered as to write an interesting book of eighty pages, on insaaity, covering all the details of kis own case. The Liverpool paperB state that a youth only 13 years of age is preaching in tkatcity,and that he shames many of the Oxford and Cambridge men in holy orders, by the powerful eloquence he possesses. The Bavarian Government has sent to this city, to supply itself with the kind of Are arms invented and patented by William W. Hubbell, Esq., a member of our bar. The extent of the order we have not learned, but it comes direct from the Bavarian minister of wv? Phila delphia ? Imtriean . We hear that one of the high pressure canal boats, the Quebec, belonging te the Quebec Forwarding Com pany, was blown up a few milesbelow Lackine, and that four or five men were drowned in consequence of the ex plosion. She is said to have had a very valuable cargo of goods on board.? Montreal Courier, fvednetday. In Charles county, Md., (the home of Senator Merrick, whose vote annexed Texas) there were in 1790, ten tkousand wkite persons. Now, about five thousand, and, just where slavery prevails in that State most, there can you see its simoon influence. The rewards for the Xenia, Ohio, murderers have been increased to $1,300 by the Corporation, $600 by itrcen Ceunty, $300 by the Corporation, $300 by the citizens of Xenia, and $300 by the Odd Fellows of Day ton. Three comi>anies of U. S. troops at Fort Monro*, are orderod to Texas immediately, they are to be con veved by the U. S. Steamer Col. Harney now at this port ?Norfolk Bcaeon, August 15. The Catholic College at Georgetown, D.C., has been placed under the Presidency ef M. Verhagen, of Belgium, the leader of the order ot Jesuits in tke Eastern states. The Pcnsarola Gazette states that a man named Nickerson was seized and carried off by a shark, whilst drawing a seine near that place. The democrats of the second district of Maryland, have nomiuatad Thomas Perry, Esq., of Alleghany co., as tkeir candidate for Congress. At a camp meeting which is now in progress at at Farmingdale, L. 1., a young lady had been twenty eight hours in a trance, from which tkere was then no prospect of ker recovery. The Right Rev. Dr. Hughes, Bishop of New York, was to preach in St. Peters Roman Catholic Church, Broadway, Saratoga, yesterday. At the close of a meeting in Illinois, in favor of our right to Oregon, nine cheers were given for " an ocean bound republic."' A lady named Sarah Parescho, died at Beaufort, N C., a tew days ago, at tke advanced ago of 107 years. Sko was the mother of four generations. Interchange of Prisoners.? By a recent arrange ment between tins country, and the governments of the United states and France, we are able to Exchange criminals, but, by tome Haw in the treaty, we have not been able to get our criminal* back again. A bill haa juftbeen brought in rectify this error, and we would suggest the addition of a icbedule, giving a lort of rat? 01' Exchange, or table of the comparative value of crimi nals, in the style of our old friend Bonnycastl*. Thus, we tmight ?ay, in American measure, iO pickpockets make I swindler; ti swindlers 1 fraudulent bankrupt; 10 fraudulent bankrupts 1 felon; 4 felons 1 burglar; AO burg lars l| American repudiator; and so on through the wholia of the criminal catalogue We mighi have also a crimi nal city article, with the I ulprits' Exchauge intelligence, giving the different values of the numerou* securities, from handcuffs, which might be quoted at i premium, down to bail, at a discount, or police mri-rillum at par, with a shaJe or two in favor of the Frenc hmarkrt- , We presume that for a good lumpiag American thief, England would be expected to give a lot of email change, in the shape of a quantity of petty laraenen. One country might draw bill* on the other for fifty felon*, payable at <ight, or circular notaa might be given, entitling the holder to take up a certain quantity of criminal* at vari r>?is point* of the continent. The idea i* altogether a very rich one, but if it ia to be carried te perfection, a few of our hinta slieuld be acted on a* ipeedily a* possible ? Punch. Arrest of a Murderer? A letter dated St. Ma ry's, Georgia, August 6th, says I have but a mo ment in which to write to you a line by the flt Mathewi. Our little community hasjuit been thrown into an un usual excitement by tiie arrest of one Peter Lewi*, alia* Peter*, the supposed murderer of a gentleman iu Tennes see. He was recognised by J. T. Davia, Esq., who for merly reiided in Tenneaaee, at who** instance ha waa arrested and taken from on board the boat in which h? waa making hi* way Northward. Ha mad* bat a faint denial of th* charge and hoped he waa legally arr**t*d. H* ia (*f*ly bagged by this time, and all ia quiet.

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