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THE NEW YORK HERALD. new YORK, SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 31, 1845. THE NEW YORK HERALD. J4MBS GORDON BBNNKTT, Proprietor. Circulation?Forty Thousand. DAILY HERALD?Every day. Price 3 cant* per Ojj^r?f.7 25 per annum?payaldc ill advance. JULY HERALD?Every Saturday?Price 6) contf pe- ?$3 i ^ cents per annum?payable in advance. AD tffc RTIHEMENTJ at the uaiial prices?alwuys Cash in advance. PRINTING of all kinda executed with beauty and ?Jotpstch. :X3~ AM lettera o: communications, by mail, addreased to the establishment, must be post pukk or the poitage Will be deducted from the subscription money remitted JAMES GORDON BENNETT, flWUIWI or run Nsw Yoaa Hvxxlp KiTiutiisMtsr rnmep t\t Vol ton and NfcnsRTt HOCK AIVA V STA GES, ON and after August 1st, 1815 will leave Ithe City Hotel, at 31-. o'clock P. M. daily, {Sunday* excepted, for Ear lloeluway. Re luming, leaves ilie Pavilion at 744 A. M., for New York, cross- , inv *t the South Kerry. All orders to lie let! at 310 Pearl street, aul lm'rc II. CONKLIN. MAIL. LINE FOR HUSTUiV street, South Kerry?Sundays excepted. Way Crates are in readiness to receive baggage for New London, Norwich and Worcester. Baggage for fioatoi) goes through under lock. jultitfrc FOR NEWPORT AND PROVIDENCE. FARE KiETY CENTS FOR THE SEASON. Island Rail Road to Oreenport, thence to Newport and Provi dence in a splendid and commodious Sound Steamer. This Line leaves at 8 o'clock in the Morning, from the Foot of Wnitehall street, ttoivh Ferry. jul6 tf rc FAJIE TO BALTIMORE ?"3 Through in Seven Hours. NEW CASTLE AND FRENCHTOWN HAIL ROAD AND STEAMBOAT LINE. The unrivalled Steamboat ROBERT MORRIS, Captain J. M. Doucbiss, will, on and after Monday, June 16, leave Dock street wharf, daily, (except Sundays,) at 3 o'clock, P. M. Pas sengers will arrive m Baltimore at about 10 I'. M. Fare only This Line is composed of the following srlaudid and fast Steamboats:? Robert Morris, Captain J. M. Douglass. Ohio...., Captain L. Davis. Constitution Captain J. Chaytor. George Washington Captain J. Trippe. This Line leaves Bowly's wharf, Baltimore at 3 P. M.? Tickets for Wheeling and Pittsburg can be procured ou board the boat. UNITED STATES MAIL LINES FOR BALTIMORE. Fare $3?Through in Six Hours. PHILADELPHIA. WILMINGTON AND BALTI MORE RAILROAD LINE. Via Chester, Wilmington, Klkton, avrcde Grace, See. On and after Wednesday next. June 25th, the fare between Philadelphia and Baltimore, by the Mail Lines, will be reduced to $2. Tbe Trains will leave as follows:? From Philadelphia, I From Baltimore, Depot lllh and Market streets. Depot in Pratt street. Daily', except Sunday,at 8 A.M. I Daily, exc, Sunday, at 9 A M. And Daily, at 4 P. M. | .And Daily,at 8 P.M. Wheel lug and Pittsburgh?Tickets through to Wheeling iuid Pittsburgh can be had at the Depot, Eleventh and Market sts, ? , , . ? " H- HUDDELL, Agent. l<or further information, apply to J. L, SL EMM Ell, at tbe office of Adams He Co. 17 Wall street. June 24th, 1845. je29cc LONG ISLAND RAILROAD COMPANY. REDUCED FARES. SUMM E R A R R A N G E ME N T, TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS, On and after 14th June, 1845. From Brooklyn Depot? Boston Train?81., A. M. daily, Sundays excepted, slopping at r'armiugOale and St. George's Manor. Accommodation Tram?9>4 A. M and 5 P. M. for Farming dale and intermediate places, daily, Sundays excepted. Accommodation Train,S r. M. for Oreenport, daily, Sundays excepted, stopping at Jamaica, Branch, Hempstead, and Hieks vilb , and all the tUgiping places betwuru Hicksvillc and Oreenport. ?Km.vi Oreenport Depot? Uoslon Train, daily, Sundays excepted, at 12)^ o'clock M., or on the arrival of the steamers froin Norwich. Accommodation Train?At 5 A.M., daily, Sundays excepted, for Brooklyn and intermediate places. From Furningdale Depot? Accommodation Train, G?4 A- M. and 2>4 P. M., daily, Sun days excepted, for Brooklyn and intermediate places. From Jtrmait a Depot? Extra Train, l>? P. M. daily, Sundays excepted, for Brook lyn and intermediate places. The Button Trims stop only at Farmingdnle and St. George's Maaor. The Accommodation Trains stop at rtie following places on the road, going both ways to receive and deliver passen gers, viz: Bedford > Deer Park H East New Vork 12)4 Thompson 8*53 Race Course 184i Suffolk Station 1 00 Trotting Course IRti Lake Road Station 1 18X Jamaica 25 Medford Statiou 1 184a Brushville 31'* Miileville I 50 Hyde Park, 17 miles S7>4 St. George's Miner.... 1 62 Clowsville, (during sex- Kiverhead 1 62 sion Con*,) 37)4 Jamesport 1 62)4 Hempstead 3744 Mattetnck 1 62>* Branch 37)4 Cutchogue 1 6!>X Carle Place 44 Southold............ I 62 Wextuury 44 Oreenport, Acc'u. train.) 75)4 Hicksville 44 Boston Train 2 00 FMiningd de ... 62)4 . , , _ . . Stages are 111 readiness on the arrival of Trains nt the sever*! Stations, to take passenger* at very low Fares, to all parts of the Inland. Baggage Ops will he in readiness at the foot of Whitehall street, to receiv* Baggage lor the several Trains, 30 minutes be fore tlie hour of starting from the Brooklyn side. -Rockaway Baggage taken in separate Crates. julOrc TO WESTERN TRAVELLERS. ?""rjTi'KLss aSix n^Tl.R PACKET LINE, From Philadelphia to Pittsburgh via the Pennsylvania Rail roads and Canal?through iu 3j> days. The above line is now in full operation and offers great inducements to person* who wish a pleasant mode of travel ling to the west. 'The c irs are built iu the most approved modern style, the br Its are lilted up in a superior manner, and every effort is made by the proprietors to conduce to the comfort iiid convenience or travellers. The scenery on this route is unrivalled, and the gre.ityhsiu of Pennsylvania intern.il improvements is well wot thy of being sei II. By tins r.ulu passengers avoid all the fatigues and dangers at tendant upon stage travelling, and at the same time make an ex peditions trip. The cars leave every morning at 7 o'clock. I'asaeuge m are ad vised to engage their places at Philadelphia. Office in Philadel phia N. E. comer of Chesunt and Fourth streets, aud at Nos. JJ and 15 South Third sts. A. CUMMINGS, Agent. Philadelphia, May 17, 1815. For information, in the city of New Vork, apply to B. H. KN1SELL, Agent (or D. LEECH St CO.'s Line. 7 West st, N. K. my!7 6m*rrc ?- FOR SALE. FREIGHT OR CHARTER?The very last? time N. York built pneket ship YAZOO, 167(1 tons, live oak aud locust top, live oak transom, apron ami forward and after cnuta, carries 2200 bales New Or leans cotton, anil has handsome furnished accommodations for 26 passenger'. Apply ou board at Jones' wharf, or to E. K. COLLI (4S (It CO , y'20 cc 56 Booth street. FOB BALE, FREIGHT Oil CHARTER?The fc* vary fast sailing barque HOME Captain Watts, built ? tnriTfci" " year since of tbe best maleiials, carries spout 4,000 barrels, soil has handsome accommodations IV.r tw ruty passengers. Apply to Captain Watts, on hoard, at Pike street wkcrf, or to E. K. COLLINS Ik CO. 117 *e 58 South street. EOR NEWCASTLE, ENGLAND.?The well known, fast sailing coppered nmi copper-fistenei sl.ip RAMBLER, II titer, Master* having all hi lie tV> Ireiiht engaged, will sail ill a few days. For light freight, or passage, having good accommodation! Apply to WOODHUI.L & MlNTUltN, lv 'ifl rre 87 South str-*r FUll LIVERPOOL?Packet ol the mh September -The splendid new packet sliio HENRY CLAY, v Nye, master, 1200 tons burthen, will sail aa above, cr rrgui \r day. Having unsurpassed accommodations for cabin, second cabin and te< i iii passengers, t>eesous wishingto aeeareberthashould in*ke e irlv application on hoard, foot of Vtmdeii Lane, or to the subseuher, JOSEPH McMVKKAY, "18 Tine street, comer of South street. "I lie splendid pneket ship Patrick Ilenry, J. C. Delano, mas ter, HHlft Puis burthen, will succeed the flenry Clay, anil sail theB'h October. a!4 rc A e> PACKE18 EOll H A V H E-(Second" Line. ) The Packet Ship UTIC A. Captain Erederick Hew jttlkfm itt, will sail on the 1st September. Xirfrright or passage, apply to ~ ? ... BOYD It HINCKF.N, No. 9 T on fin* Rtitlilitiit, cor Wall end Wnier tr* GT PGR LONDON?Ilegular Packet ol the 1st ol tySeptember?The packet ship ST. JAMES, F. II. stee *? t or, master, will sail as above, herregular day. Having very comlortahle accommodations tor cabin, se cond rabin and . 'Cond anil steerage |stsseugers, |iersona alnnit to a.riirr br iths, shoilid make early application on hoard, foot oi JOSEPH McMLHRAY, Maiden Lane, i* to ? 100 Pine street corner of South st. I lie picket wup Gladiator, R. L. tlnn'ing, will anem-d the Hi. Jnmes, and sail on the 20.h September, her regularilay. a2lrc r. ?"H^LIVKIU'OOL-The New Line?Regular Packet of 2l?t September.?'j'he superior fast sailing JMliMiir packet ship QUEEN OK THE WEST, I KM tons. Ciipl Philip \4 oodhonse, dridge, will sail as above, her regular 'or freight or passage, having splendid, large and comfortable ,tate rooms and cabin. ^'^I^iTlYTmVnTUKN" ' '' <>fto 87 South sti eel. Trhe'imeSt",Xip,H>o?<?Ml'f. 800 tons,! art. John Britton, Jll sneee' d So Queen of the West, and sail ... her frgn l.rdav. list October. JY - WANTED IMMEDIATH.lv? A ship to load lor a southern port?Applg to^ _ COLLINS It CO., |?fft 58 South street. FOR LONG BRANCH, Or KAN HOUSE, AUMSON, EATON TOWS' SHREWSBURY 3c MANASRUAN. ' The ucw iiuiielrg,nit Imv pressure steamer k,DWiN LEWIS, C'apt Corliss, will lun from I thatiie Market, touching at PierNo. I E. 1L wcli way, as lollows Leave. New York. Leaven Eaton Town, Aug. 13? W ednesd iy, III'.; a.m. Auk.13?Wednesday, 3 r M. 14?Thursday, II " M?Thursday, 3 " 3A?wra 'ay, 12 m. 13?Friday, 4 11 16?Saturday, I p M. 16?Saturday, 3 " 17?Sunday, C^a.m. 17?Sunday, 4 " 18?Monday, 7 " IS?Motiday, 3 " 19?Tuesday, 7? " 19?Tuesday, 4 " 2tl - Wedlierday, C'g " 2il?Wednesday, It)!* ? M. 91?Thursday, 7 " 21?Thursday, II " 99?Friday, 7)% " 22?Fridav, ll>4 " 23?Saturday, 8 " 23?S turday, 12 M. 21?Sunday, 7 " 21?Sunday, l't p.m. 23?Monday, 8KI " 23?Monday, 1 " 26?'Tuesday, 9 " 26?Tueiday, 2 " 27?Wednesday, II) " 27?Wednesday, 2 " 2U?Thursday, II " 2B?Thursday, 3 " 29? Friday, ll>a " 29?Friday, 4 " 30?Saturday, 12 ?i. 30?Saturday, 4 " SI?Sunday, 6 a.m. 31?SunJay, 4 " Stages will he iu readiueaa to convey passenger* to all parts of the comilry. ?'3 re. PEOPLES' LINK OK STEAMBOATS FOR ALB AN V DAILY?Sundays Eicepted?Through Di rect, at? o'clock P. M., from tin Pier between Courtis ult and Liberty street* Steamboat ROCHES'PER, Captain H. O. Cruttenden. will leave on Monday. Wedne.sd iy and Friday Evenings, at 7 o'clock. Steamboat KNICKERBOCKER, Cmum A Iloughtoa, will leave on Tuesday, Thursday and Silurday Evenings, at 7 o'clock. At 3 o'clock P.M., landing at iutermediale places, from the foot of Barclay street :? Steamboat NOIITH AMERICA, Capt L.W. Braiuard, will leave on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday Afternoons, at 5 o'clock. Steamboat SOUTH AMERICA, Capt. M. H. Trtiesdell, will leave on 'Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Afternoons, at 3 o'clock Paiseugers taking either of the above Lines will arrive in Alba ay iu ample time for the Morning Train ol Cars for the east or west. The Beats e.re new Mid substantial, are furnished with new and rtegant attite rooms, aud for speed and accourinodauous are uc rirailed on the Hudson. Freight taken at moder ite rates. All persons are forbid trusting aeyof tlie Boats of this Line, without a written order from the Captains or Agents. - For pcitei.ige or freight, apply on hoard the boats, or to P. C. Hehu.'T, ?r riie office on tlie wharf au2j re MORNING LINK AT 7 O'CLOCK, " FOR ALBANY, TROY and interm dhue landing*, from the Steamboat Pier at tbe foot o Barclay street. Breakfast and Dinner on board the boat. 3;Leavei New York 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. M ondey, Wednesday and Friday. The low-; res sure steamboat TROY, Captaiu A. Uorham, on Tuesdays, i'liur. dsvs and Saturdays, ?t7 o'clock. The sty amboat NIAGARA, Captniu A. Degroot, on Mon day, Wednesday and Friday, at 7 o'clock. For passage or freight, apply on board, or to F. B. Hall, at the office ou th.- wharf. Notice? \ll good*, freight, baggage,bank bills, s|iecie, or any other kind of property taken, shipped, of put ou board this bout, must be at the rink of the owners of such goods, freight, bag gage, 4cc. jel8rc >T NOTICE %/m. -iL STATEN ISLAND FERRY", FOOT OF YV1I1TEHALL STREET. The Steamboats SYLPH autfBTATEN ISLANDER will leave New York every hour except 5 P. M., commencing at I A. M., until 7 P.M. Leave Staten Island every hour except 4 P. M., commencing at 8 A. M., until 7 P. M. N. II.?On Sundays the Boats will leave every hour from 8 A. M., until 1 P. M., aud from 1 P. M. until 7 P. M., every hall hour. j y 12 NEW YORK, ALBANY AN1) TROY LINE. FOR ALBANY AND TROY DIRECT. ?at 7 o'clock, P. M.?The steamboat EM PIRK, Captain R. B Macy, will leave the steamboat pier toot "f Courtlandt street, every Tuesday, Thursday a id Saturday afternoon, at 7 o'clock. The steamboat COLUM BIA, Captaiu Wm. H. Peck, every Moaidav, Wednesday and Fridavafteruoou, at 7 o'clock. 8 or Passage or K reight apply on board, or at the office on the Wharf luTS OPPOSITION TICKET OFFICE.?For Albany, 75 cents?Utica, S2?Syracuse, ?Rochester. S3?Buffalo, S3,50?Also, through in the fast line, with board, $10,30?Also, Oswego, $3? Kingston, (U. C.,) $4?Toronto, S3?Cleveland, (O.) SO? De troit, $6 50?Chicago, (III.) $10,30?North to Troy and White hall , S2.50?Montreal, S4.30. Office No. 102 Barclay st. y25 lm*rh M.L RAY. Agent. DRAFTS ON GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND?Persons wishing to remit mo ney to their l'rieuds iu any part of England. Ireland, Scotland or Wales, can be supplied with drafts payable at sight, without dis count, for any amount, from ?1 upwards, at the following places, viat In ENOhaND?The Nntioual and Provincial Batik of Eng land; Messrs. J. Be rued 8t Co . Exchange and Discount Bank, Liverpool; Messrs. Jaincs Bill t & Ssu, Loudon, and branches throughout England and Wales. In Ikki.anii.?The National Bank of Ireland, and Provin cial Bank and branches throughout Ireland. In Scoti.snd?The Eastern flauk 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 diafts can lie forwarded free. Apply to * W. St J. T. TAP8C01T. jv!9 rr 76 Sooth at. cor. Maiden lane. FOR HALIFAX AND LIVERPOOL. ^^fcjUriSlvV THE Royal Mail Steam Ship. CAM r'\ ti&2\ v5]?s> UK IA .iid HIBMtiMA. will leave Boston > f?r the above porta, as follow., viz*? < ambriq, ('.11. F.. Judjiua, Esq., Commander, August 16, 1B'5. Hib.-roia, Ale*. Ryrie, Fisq., Louiuiautler,. .September 1,1815 Passage .0 Liverpool $120. Passage to Halifax ... 20. For freight or |<aunee, apply, to h7ic 1). BD IOHAM. Jr.. Acent.fi Wall at. STEAM BETWEEN NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL. THE (Frest Western St earn Ship Compa ny's Steam Shipr. The GREAT WESTERN, 1700 tons, 150 horse power, B. R. Matthews, Esq., Commamlt r. The OREAT BRITAIN, 3.500 tons, 1000 horse power. Lieutenant James Hoskeu, H. N., Commander?are intended to run as follows.? GREAT WESTERN. From Liverpool. I From New Yorlt. Satorday August 23 Thursday Sept. IB Saturday October 11. I Thursday Nov. C OIIEAT BRITAIN. From Liverpool. Saturday July 26,1815. Saturday Sept. 27. Saturday Nov. 22 From New York. Siturday August 30. Saturday Oct. 25. Saturday _. Dec. 20 Fare per Great Western, SlOfl. and $J Stewards' Fees. Fare per Great Britain, froin $80 to $12', (and $5 Steward's fee,) according to the size and position of the State Rooms pur freight or passage, or other information, ni p./ to RICHARD IRVIN, au7 2aw1m*rc !)8 Front street. FOR NEW ORLEANS?Louisiana and New York Line? Positively first Regular Packet?To sail OErfyMnMoudny, 1st September?The elegant, fast sailing coppered packet ship DAMASCUS, Bliss, master, will sail as above, her regular day. For freight or passage, having fandiow a furnished accom modations, apply on board, at Orleans wharl, foot of Wall st, or to E. K. COLLIN'S U CO., 56 South at. Positively no goods received on board slier this, Saturday evening. 30th instant. Passengers will plea.-a he on hoard, at Orleans wharf foot of Wall street, on Monday morning, 1st September, at 12 o'clock, at w liich time the ship will sail. Agent in New Orleans James E.Woodruff, who will prompt ly forward ail goods to his address. The packet SarMIe, Taj lor,master, will succeed the Damas cus, and sail 22d September, her regular day. a30 f Only Kigulir Line of Packets for NEW OR [V LEAN'S?P icket ol the 1st Sept.?The new and _JSfcsplendid packet shin DAMASCUS, Captain Bliss, ?ail punctually oil Monday, September lit, ner regular I day. The accommodations of this favorite packet ship for cabin, j second cabin and steerage passengers are very superior. Per- : sons wishing to secure berths, should make early application OH beard, lout of Wall street, <>r to W. & ,1. T. TAPSCQTT. ~ fifac UNION LINK OK PACKETS FOll LIVF.lt vKJcXVPOOL.?Packet nf 1st September?The splendid, fast i J^BHflSsi'' iling and favorite parket ship SKA, 10110 tons hurtleii, ( aptaiu F.Jwards, will sail oil Monday, 1st September 1 her regular day. _ The ships ?f this line being all 1000 tons and upwards, persons about to embark fortlie Old Country will not fail to see the advantages to be derived from selecting this line in preference 0 any other, as their great capacity renders them every way more comfortable and convenient tnnn ships of a small class, I and their accommodations for cabin, second cabin, and steersgc 1 asseinrrrs, it iswell known, are superior to those of any other line of packets. Persons wishing to secure berths should not fail to make early application on hoard, foot of Dovel street, or to W. k J. T, TAPSCOTT, At their General Passage Office, 76 South stTeet, n23rc corner of Maiden lane. I FOB LIVEIIPOOL? New Line?Regular Packet of the With Sept?The elegant fast ssiling Packet jShip SHERIDAN, ("apt. Geo. B. Cornish, of 1100 tons will sail as above, her regular day. For freight or passage, hav ing accommodations unequailed for splendor or comfort, apply oil bmrtl, at Orleans wlmrf, foot or Wai' street, or to E K. COLLINS It CO., ? South street. Price ?fnnsMffi $100. Psck?l Shin Garrick, Capt. 11 11. Tra?k, will succeed rh? Sheridan, and sell 26th October, her regular dav au28rc FOR 'GLASGOW?Regular Packet?The well known, fast sailing packet ship SARACEN, 100 tons, Nathaniel J. Hawkins, master, will have immediate despatch. For freight or passage, having excellent accommodations, ap ply to the Captain on boaid, loot of Dover street, Fi. R., or to WUODHULjL x Ml N't URNh, . ...... *7 8 rnth street Tlw regular parket barque ADAM CARIl, Robert Scott, master, will succeed the S o icen. a23rc BLACK BALI. OR OLD LINFToF~L'iVER" POOL PACKETS?FOR LIVERPOOL?Only (?Regular Packet of the 1st of September ?The mag and celebrated fast sailing pneket ship 811KNA N DOAll, 1000 tons burthen, Jaines West, commander, will sail positively on Monday, 1st of September. Having unequalled accommodations for cabin, second cabin and steerage passengers, those returning to the < 'd country, or sending for their friends, will find it their interest snd comfort to select this unequalled line of packtts. F'or terms ol'paasage, and to sscure the best berths, early ap plication should lie made on hoard, foot of Berkman street, or io tin* subscribers, ROCHE, BROTHFiRS k CO. a 26 V) Kn I ton it , next door to the Fulton Bank. N. Y. FOR M<HULK?New Line?The splendid Packet ship GAZELLE, Captain Treadwell, wno goes to the etty with freight and passengers, will have im in. 01.11- despatch for the above port. For freight or passage, in either cabin, second cabin, or steer age, all ol which will be taken at much less than the usual rates, by applying to JOHN HERDMAN fc CO., a2" rc A) South street._ lit PACKET FOR M AHSp ILI.es? I lie Packet s?yjy ibip GAHI ON, Captain S.epheu Coulter, will sail JHriUlfeon the 1st of September. Fortnight or passage,apply to CHAMBERLAIN L PHELPS, 103 Front st. , or to BOYDk HINCKEN, Aftnts, ?16rh No.? XoBUuc Building, cor. W?J1 and Wat?rtu. A WANTED?A small HOUSE, with four rooms and m a kitchen; reiit SliO; or four room* anil a kitchen, in a KLlioiur where but two families reside, lili eat at the office of this paper. all'm A Parlor* ami bedroom* aud pantries nlpiched?liltew a# rooms lor single gent'epuoi. Southerners and others wishing to avoid the iiois- ami confusion of au Hotel, will have every attention paid to their comfort aud convenience. au"> lm're To HOTEL KEEPERS. FOR SAI.E?An old established HOUSE, now doing a good and iucrea*iug bushiest, to w hich a BAR is at ____ taolied It contiuit bedrooms to accommodate thirty persona, und is Incited in the centre of the biitineaa pait ol' the eitv. The reut is lest than six hundred dollars. One thuus uid dollars cash will he required. Those not having the needful, need not in ike application. This sale will remain o|?-u to I he 1st of September. A'Jdiess. letters postpaid, W. T. E. at this uffiee. w ith real n one and residence. au 12 tw*chl THE JJO.X1) STREET HOUSE, (MM Itrondway, IS now open far the reception of boarders. The situ- I nt>11 is one of the too.I desirable in the city. The house lias beau newly pu* red and painted throughout I utainuiK between 6(1 and 70 rooms, handsomely furnished. | I'llIIsA IJKIsFIl IA IIOTKLN. HART WELL'S W A S HIN G T O iX HOUSE, ii'dd Clseutnut Street, ABOVE SEVENTH STREET. NEXT TO THE MASONIC HALL, PHILADELPHIA. (L/~ llaibs just introduced ? Warm and Cold?in fine apart netiU?for both ladies and gentlemen. alfi tm'rh COLUMBIA HOUSE, Cheitnnt Street, between ntli and 7tli streets, PHILADELPHIA. t|MIE SUBSCRIBERS respectfully inform their fricuds and A- the tr.ivellitii; public,they have taken the ahovi :r? e house, (lor marly knowu as the Marshall House,) and hate made extensive alterations and improvements in its interior, having spared no expense to render it one of the most pleasant and fashionable houses in tile city. The parlors are numerous, the chambers large and w ell arranged, the furuiiure entirely new. Its loca tion is in the most central part of the eity, near to all the places of public amusement, aud convenient to the depots of the Southern, Western and Northern routes. The tables w ill be supplied with all the delicacies of the sea son. The Wines are of the choicest brands, aud have bet-i carefully selected. The proprietors hope by theirpersonal attention a d eiper.euce in the business, to give s.tisPctiou to those who may favor theni with their putrouage. BAULKY, M ACKENZIE St CO. James Bugler, (lateof Jours' Hotel.) " ry C. Mack " " " Henry C. Mackenzie, (formerly of the Washington House ) Peter L. Ferguson. July 1st, 184^ ivl 1m#ee THE BY HON, 15 7 Btoadwayt style inferior to noue. \\. I ? *?''?' sl,gir? g.c . selected with the be*t description of wm?, spirits, srgars, etc . a that taste peculiar to an rl^cejl cleai.li roomsare fitted up with a , ti." w ill square with the or ouc dollar n'v D'ITXittrmlu"tdts^r'rliu of pro^idm^ luncii from 11 till I o'clock. ?o that llr,e,?( wer hath free inward mau will he attended to. A coiu auu ? customers. Committee rooms, Club rooms, kc. kc ~~WILSON>SHOTEL AND DINING ROOM, nw^S^SShStXSS^^<>Vi ??^w^5gS^Tfl.ns^iiKSI arrive iu market, athali tht'} r or private dinners or *up ju5JmVc_ cA K ROLL'S VAPOR BA1H.S, iH iKulton Street, opposite St.Puul'u Cltuvt'li. rjp 11K excessive heat of the welt^' a}c? the roost j fSSnSSSAtSSTfii -< M?. e?roll. a in I ?u?? '*[3"Sulphur Baths at one hour's notice- au2Mmrc_ eagle baths, 5!4S Pearl Street. nvrvi't'N Centre and Kim streets?Warm, Co d and ?icle^r.m"le he^Ul^?o"^ Vt ?*""? '"h! two mouthifto comiuence from tins, the 1st day ol August, Wi- B Lewi.. (Siitued.) Hutchler, F; W. McKimley, W purges. Jno. C. Ha.lett. :on 1 8. P. Sturges, WBem.ltt P. Koopmau, Proprietor^ the Shirt Stores of Chatham street. New York, nut ltn'rrc rT-^? a77kNCY~AT NEW ORLEANS, La. TH MlKhU a-f - '?v'""'" lection ol Accounts. Notes, Drafts, Dividends. or any obhg. tion ? whatever. Refers to Mr"'".,. ? . . j !! M. Vo y St' Co., (New York. Joseph fern,och.it, ^lj?ER (jomrkY, Jr. New Orhiini, July Hth. IMS. ? ~~ ~ J'LVA' IVOOD. . OKVKN HUNDRED CORDS No.l, for sale low, .u O.n O gathalulet, AccoinacCo., Va., SAVAGE, 8. 8. DENNIS. H. T. RUSSELL. Said Inlet is navigable for vessel. drawing seveu feet. iv22 lir.^rrc -? , . ,, Volt a 11< E's philosophical DicnoNARA litlSTON FD1TION, two volumes in one, price Sr. for sale tiSfea&BBsswes** c?[pSLeIe^.;.,onfeheatt Liberal Works. aujjHggt. MUSIC. , , A %?? iS ?? "he"Pm^o he^^X^!Z. .lillhrMtrnded to. _____ MUSIC. A Hire Opportunity of Acquiring a Ihorougn Mimical Education. ... j, dEHWORT, Professor of Singing, Guitar and Plan and eilierience.duringwhlchlwhjIsuccwluh^tauK Terms fczt) per annum, payable quarterly ur aa sons tlrree times a week. 12 im?rh Private instruction as heretolore. /EUirlAN HARPS. m.TT7V!VS &l I L ARK having purchwl the patent rig Attachment to the ? entire United Suites, (excepting tonteud 'ffK SSfeSSlEntosssw ? Thi"pubTc8are mvited to examine the "Eollan riwofon"' i,, 11!elr wsre-lro om. No. 2,0 Broadway,?.???'? ft,#? whert* alio IflflY bt! fbuild (III ailOftlUBUt of 6, /a ? r,.v*r Pianofortes! both ... r?..wo,,d and mahogany cases. m? fonj. ... ,?.. ?uL-u '_w\TCHKS AND JKWKLRY.?Those W Whowiihto purchase Hold or Silver Watches. Cold Chains, Gold Pencil., Keys, kc., will {M |t?K*t ^ 011, vantage to call on the subscriber, who is selling an uctc of the above at retail much lower than a?y ofl?r hou?M.. <h? city. Gold Watches as low as (""i.warranted to keep Jewelry exchanged or bought. All Watches warrameu with the greatest success. Having I'M. in.ed thei 1^ Mf |Q tor lu uiy ye?r? in Knrojif and in thi? conntrj , inej , j j. k?." y irriWiK? t.z: -?> New York.88 Canal St. - NOTICE. Av,n TO MERCHANTS, SHIP MASTERS AND OTHERS. r , , nfXlIK 8UB8C1UBKR would respectfully *"t'oimkit'over 1 he has lieen in the employ of the late Sa.nnel Demi t over twei y y" sr.; and the late ^muel Dem.lt hay.n. ^aeathed w inm ihe Transit Instrument, two Aitroaomieal Uh.cks, andjne use of the Obse.vatory, it is his intention to continuity >id lion With his son) the business ol 'H?( ji,trumenU, rating Chronometers, and dealing iu Nautical at ,he old Charts. Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver W stand, No. Pearl street- u ju6 Isneml* rc ? "~ TO TAILORS . THOSr. who desire to attain a correct k??!,d*'w? ujj do lonable Cutting, in all .u """"wne^ontWubeot. well to obtain Htnirrneta' Complete Work im m which can be obtained of ll.e author only, at No. US oroa way Price?from t? to >10 per Book. "?4 "" ~ ALEXANDER'S TKJOOHAPHC,. A NEW AND INVALUABLE DISCOVKHY,bemgajs A quid Dye, which inatantaneoniiy change, he coh.r ?it th. hnir to a be.iatifnl brown or black wi'bont "'J,'ry ,n it, ,?y or skin The great superiority of this dye eon.isM m ?? ??* mode of application and instantaneous effect-all other uy requiring from ten to twelve hours to produce any superior escelleace will beappareutto every one u| ''Extract "from the " Philadelphia Daily Sun-'-Ai-rxsaPva^ TmooHariiK.?'The effect of the ahove on the liair is 'r?.' ? polishing It was tried yesterday in onr office, and the change fr,,m urnv to black was issantaneoiis. . . Vor sale by Rushton k Co, druggitU, 110 Broadway, b An tor House and ?'A Broadway; coreer of 14th stre^rt.^sgm '.li (k William street; Johnson, Msore \ Taylor, ?l maHMij wall Hb vvnu K , (|M(1 o( thp principal J??ii.tsVhroM .ontrtlf United States, or of sole agents, draggi.ts^tjr WRIOHT, ?8outh Eourthjree.^

THE PATENT GALVANIC RINGS AND CRIST IK'S MAGNETIC FLUID. rpHlS REMARKABLE DISCOVER*' h as received the J. universal apin-obation of the Medical Profession id <Jre.it Britain, and has teen sufficiently long before the Ainnricsii pul lic to give a fair trial of its power and efficacy. The Patent Gai.vanie Kesris have been lonnd to aiuwer all the purposes for which the ordinary Galvanic Battery or Electric aud Mag netic Machines are use d, hut are without any of the iujurioui shock*, which accompany the applications by those instru ments, and in manv other respects are more sack, aud CKRTAlfl I in accomplishing tlte desired object. The Galvanic Kiugs have been used with perfecOniccess in , all cases of Rheumatism, acute or chronic, applyiug to the , head, face or limbs; Gout; Tic Doloreaus; loolhachr,; I Bronchitis: Vertigo; Nervous or Sick Headache; ludiges tiou ; Paralysis ; Palsy ; Epilepsy ; Fits ; Cramp ; P-lpilation of the Heart ; Apoplexy, Stiffness of Joints; Lumbago; Neu ralgia ; Geusral Debility; Deficiency of Nervous Energy ; and nil Nervous Disorders. In cases ol uu-d Dyspepsia they | have been equally successful. Tm ir esiraordin iry etfeets U| OU j the S)stem must be witnessed to lie believed ; and as n certain ; ruvmirafsr th* above complaints they are equally to bs 1 recommended. The Galvanic Rings are in every way perfect- I ty harmless, and are sold at prices to be w itliin the reach of all, Cuistik's Mausvtic KlciD is used in connection with the Rings, to render their eliicienf action certain, and to direct the G .lvalue luhueiice lothe particular portieu* which are affected Kor numerous certificates of the highest character regarding the elficacy of the Galvanic Kings and Magnetic fluid, refer ence is made to former advertisements, or they may be seeu at the office. Only Agency iu New York, lilt Kulion street, (Sun Building.) In Brooklyn, at the store of Jamks \V. Smi rH, Druggist. corner Eultou and Cranberry streets. jy28 im'ec THE ORIGINAL GENUINE GALVANIC RINGS AND MAGNETIC FLUID, POSSESS ull the advautages of a Galvanic Battery, with out its shuck, and are successful iu curing rheumatism, tic doloreux. headache and all chronic or nervous diseases Kor sale only by Dr. Cromlne's Agesits ?A B. a p, Sand's General Agents. Also, 273 Broadway, 77 East Broadway, 149, ltl aud 92 Kultou, 67 Walker, at Drug Stores corner of Bow ery and Grand, 17 Avenue D.; 176 Spring, 3f> Catherine, corner of Clinton and Division, Mrs Hays, Brooklyn. Price of R nigs 2i?gold plated $1?Kluid 75 cents per bottle. | sit lin*ec L \VA!l ON DOMESTIC ANIMALS.. ITTLE inventions are often as meritorious as great ones.? Th;s reflection, so emiiieiilly philosophical, has been ex cit al ill our minds, by the sight oi deid lioilies lying on the Hour of our office,wherethe corpses of some of our ciistomrrs, for that is the title which we Cannot refuse to a legion of rats, which have made a lritfiitlul consumption of "Courriers"' aud "Soiii.iim s l.ittcraires." Well, so it is, tint this larenous race, against which all kinds of American powders have proved ineffectual, hive got enough in one little Oose of the excellent poison which is advertised in our paper, h\ Dr. Keuchtwaiigsr. We are, if not more proud, at least more happy at this victor,- than the illustrious Wel lington cou'd have beeu at that of Waterloo; and should our friends compare I lie massacre which has been made incur of fice, with that of the Dahara. we could not refuse to record so important an event, from which all our readers inav derive ad vantages, who come into coullict with those enemies, against which Dc. Keuchtwanger has declared exterminating war.? Courrierdes Kant* L'uis, of Aug. 9. DESTRUCTION OK VERM IN ?We do positively assert tliat the preparations advertised by Dr. Keuchtwanger, No. 22 Liberty street for the destruction of vermin, will perforin all lie says. We have tried tliern and found them to he truly effi cacious.?N. York Mercury, of Aug. 17. Tne subscriber will warrant in every instance all his prepa rations for bed bugs, rats, cockroaches, mice, moths, ants, flies, fleas, flies on horse ? and cattle, weasels, wood chucks, aud all insects attacking the fields, vegetables, the trees, particularly those of tropical climates. All orders must be very s|H-cilic as to what object. Apply for particulars lo the manulactiirer. DR LEW1H KEUCHTWANGER, aul91m*codmc 23 Liberty street, near William. DRAFTS AND NOTES COLLECTED. W.CLARK, DODGE Ik CO., No. 60 Wall street, are prepared to collect Notes and Drafts payable at the fol low iug places on the most reasonable terms, viz:? Boston, Providence, Newport,. Portland. Philadelphia, Har risburg. Lancaster, Reading, Pittsburg. Wilmington, Balti more, Annapolis, Washington City, Richmond, Norfolk, Pe ? ? ? ? ? vol i;-~ c ?-ii E tersburg, Fredericksburg. Wheeling, Raleigh, Kayetteville, .Charleston, Columbia, Camdeu, Che Wilmington, Newberu, vhiikiuu, vsiuiuuu, Viimirs, veiie raw, Sav uniah, Augusta, Mobile, New Orleans, Cincinnati, Columbus, Clullicothe, Indianapolis, Louisville, Lexington, Nashville. Memphis, St. Louis, and most other chief towns iu the United States. New V-rt August 11th, 1845. all lm*TC J. R STOUVENEL, IMPORTER OK WINES, No. 39 John street, informs his friends and the lovers of good Wines generally, that in order to supply the great ilemaud, he has made arrangements to have always in store, and to receive direct from Bordeaux, Wines ol the first quality, from the proprietors direct. The well kuown houses following are sufficient recommen dation of the qualities of the Wiues, without further details :? ^ fiWchert?U * ?UM,ier- ?Proprietor, ofVignobles, Capt. Senraii, $ at Bordeaux. N. B. -J. B. S. undertakes lo sell Wine for family use, by the dozen or gallon. jyt31m*ec_ GOOD YEAR'S PATENT SHIRRED SUSPENDERS DO/EN Shirred Suspenders, manufactured nuclei th* above patent. Korsaleby GEO. BEECHF.R. au2U 2m*m 100 Broadway. 800 (IAS FIXTURES. THE largest and most superb assortment cf uew and beauti ful pattern of Silvered, Ormulu and Olive Gas Chamlaliers, Mantle Lights, Pendants, Brackets, Lanterns kc., ever exliihi ted, are now ready for exhibition, at WORAM Sc HAUGHWOUT, n28 2w*rc 361 Broadway. GENTLEMEN'S HATS. FASHION FOR ATUMN, 1845. LEAH Y A- CO. WILL (at the solicitation of their numerous out-of-town friec ds shout leaving the city) introduce the Autumn Style for Gentlemen's Hats, on Saturday, 30ih instant. a27 ?tisr" STUART, IIAIR DRESSER. C3HARLE8 J. STUART, La in' aud Gentlemen's Ha J Dresser, would respectfully inform his old patrons, an the public generally, that he has returned to his former loci lion, No. 3 Murray street, up stairs, whers they will find hit ready to do anything iu his lrue of business with prompt' es and skill. nut Im*ec TO THE DAGUERREIAN ARTISTS. 113 A. ART All LT, Importer of French Daguerreotype J; ? Goods, offer for sale, at a cheap price :? 300 Large Daguerreotype Dates, No. 40 arid 30. 300 Ounces Wry Iodine. 200 Ounces Bromine. 200 Ounces Chloride of Iodine. 100 Pounds Hytmsulphite of Soda. 200 drahins Chloride of Gold aud Salt of Gold; new article, 3uicksifver, Tripoli, Rouge, Rotten Stone, Instruments. 1 the articles useful iu Daguerreotype. 2 Gross Morocco Cases?,i bargain Apply nt the LAFAYETTE BAZAAR, It9 aud 131 Broadway, comer of Liberty at-, up stairs, nut lm'rrc HASTINGS' COMPOUND SYllUP OF NAPHTHA. CONSUMPTION D1SARMLD or its TERROUS. Doctor Hastings, of London, whs unpointed \if**rs Moore & Co. of ?w Vork, ?ni,i; American Agen's for his celebrated COMPOUND SYRUP OF NAHITHA, which, after tht Amplest experience mid proof, is now acknow ledged by all the ablest physicians of both hemiepherrs to ber quick and positive remedy for arresting the formation of ~&r<:lks TLUKHCLKS ON THK LUNGS, and removing those already formed ; for further evidence ol which reference is made to the London Lincet, London Medi cal Times, and all other responsible publications devoted to the same interests. Until the appearance of the NAPHTHA SYRUP, the medical faculty had always rcgirr^d C uius 11 nip lion as an iscuRablk disease, and the records of medical science exhibited no authenticated case that weighed seriously agiiiist that opinion. Since Dr. Hastings' discovery, however, less than two years ago, of the new and greatest property of NAPHTHA, when united with other ingredients nearly a thousand c asus of absolute phthisis positively cured through its agency, have been substantiated; and this well established fact, in connection with a mass of experiments successfully made of its virtues by the ablest physicians of Kurope, clearly rove that Hastings' Compound Syrup of Naphtha, is A POSITIVK CURE FOR CONSLMPTlON, even in its worst stages. Three of the main causes of this property of Naphtha have been discovered. They are its ex traordinaryst bti.kty, strength and PKHVASivKriKssjifor- the moment it is received into the system, it extends itself through out, making a passage or every pore, no matter how clogged un they may have previously been by foreign substances.? Hence it operates on the diseased lungs by dislodging the par tides of corruption iu the strength of its ascent to the upper regions of the frame, and thus producing TiloRorr.il ventila tion; and hence it is a never failing remedy iu Oppression of the Chest and Difficulty ol Breathing; persons thus affected feeling after taking it as if it had forced a passage through some channel which their disease had stopped up, anu the re-opening of which was the only result necessary to the restoration of health. Such indeed are the promptness of action and energy of HASTINGS' N APT HA SYRUP, in all the diseases inr which it i? recommended, that from the time tliey commence takintc it. imtients, rEKL THAT IT IS CURING THEM, an effect nearly the reverse of that which attends the earlier ua?of every other known medical remedy. For coughs,colds, tore throats, night sweats, pains in the breast, back, Ac., spit tiiitr of'blood, bilious anil asthmatic alTrcrioiis, it is also adopt ted to ha the speediest, inr.st vigorous and effective remcih ev tnnt. It liaa frequently cured a painful cough 111 a day, whi h lias defied other popular medicines for a mouth; and its effects in all asthmatic complaints are equally decisive and remark i jile Lassitude of the mind, fl sbhiue ta and wasting of the llesh, disposition to inactivity and melancholy forebodings, are also quickly corrected by the Nnpths Syrup, which, to a wonderful manner, revves the spirits, hardens the flesh ami muscle,, bra res the nerves, and increase* the weight Tints, those who use it aecordiug 10 directions, generally increase in weight about a pen nil a week;and many last it for no other pur|M*e than the dissipation of melancholy, or the increase ol bodily strength. In flue, a single trial ol Hasting's Compound Syrup is all that is required to secure the Confidence of the patient, and cause hint to forego all other remedies iu Its favor. For sale by MOORE fc CO., 41 ANN STREET. Price $1 a bottle; or sit bottles, neatly and securely packed in a hot, ami ready for transportation to any part of the world, ran In had for $.>. Persons out of the city can hare it forwarded to them hy etpress, or other convoy Slice. All orders must hep?"' paid, accompanied by a remittance, and directed to MOOREIt i 0MPANY.4I AN~N street. New York. an2>, Im'm ""HODDEN'S CELEBRATED DYSENTERY J AXI) IHARRHiKA CORDIAL, riOR the cure of Dysentery, Diarrhma and Cholara Merlins T A purely vegetable compound, it iiivafu? " ' This invaluable Cordial is the surest, safest, and most elfi rieot remedy for all the above disorders; anil may truly be said to ttsnd unrivalled for its speedy and thorough cure ol tbem iu every ????. .. . Thousands have used this mediciue ss prepared hv ue pro prietor for all the above complaints, and base Iwen relieved in | the most aggravated cases; imlreil an instance can hardly ha ; mentioned in which it has not effected a perfect cure, and often i within a few hours. Ill the season ol the year when so much fruit is used, and fre quently ill an unripe state, and disorders of the nowels are pre valent, this incomparable specific is of the utmost importance; and the proprietor would es|arially urge upon every family the inestimable value of this nititle, particularly where there are ynui g children, as it is a perfectly safe remedy, and restores the bowels to a liealthy state. The < ordial cannot he too highly recommended to seafering men, and the master of every vessel ehouhl have a supply of it, as it is an established truth among medical men, that a change of climate is one of the most prolific sources of those disorders for the cure of whtck this Cordial la to remarkable. Kor sale, wholesale and retail, by the sole agents for tha city. , Rl'SHTON Si CO., 110 Broadway. 10 Astor House, and aii?8t*m 0Jtt Broadway, cor. 14th it. I Svvket Sprino**, \ a, Aug. 22, 1H15. Description of the Springs-?The Sat iety Here Stage Cow h Adventure?Arrival of Mr. Clay, 4-c , 4-' ? The Sweet Springs, like the gardens of Paris, in duces the visiter to believe, on his arrival, that he is transported to some "fairy land," where there is ' good sen.^e, good temper, line scenery, and historic 1 associations, classic and i*>etical. It is a charming ' rdace?the situation is beautiful beyond description; 1 on the west, the stranger's gaze is met with one ot | the subliniest works of nature, the blue mountains, | which semi almost to kiss the very stars, while at its base the mossy streamlet glides to its turbid and distant channel. While standing on its velvet banks, the beholder serins lost in reverie?a thousand asso- I coitions Hit wildly across his mind, as he views the sublime heights of freedom and sees not a trace to show where sleeps the dust ol his honored ancestry. But when his contemplations end, lowideasingitis to hold sweet communion widi the bright spiriU ihat surround him?"the noblest, best, and first Lilt of God " l'roud ambition even blusi.es at female love liness?"wisdom is weak, in comparison with that holy, sublime and delicious sentiment, which isiust ly termed the lord of the soul'"-and what a land this is tor the humble suppliant at the altar ol CupitC How his heart leans wildly within him, as lie stands in die desert solitude, and pours out his offer ings?and if, perchance, his bright hopeB take wing and flee from him, he is like some lone, trembling, dese? t tiower, at whose roots there is a consuming fire, destined at last to find its way to the seat of ull '"There are several lovely girls here?lovely in manners, lovely in person, lovely in all that constitutes female excellence. Who can re sist the charms of Miss L , of Rappahannock county, Va , lie who cun, in the language of Byron, "is fit for treason, stratagem, and murder ?the same bright smile that plays upon her hp,as she rises in the morning, lingers there in all its sweet inno cence, until the peaceful slumbers of the night shed over her; and then the gentleness of her soft hazel eye, together with that bewitching smile, which car ries a quenchless glow to the young knight s heart. F?ut there is one who lives for her?in his ureams.at midnight's stilly hour, she is with him?in his medi lations her image is before him, though far away, divided by mountains and rivers, to. there she is also: like the air he breathes, ahe is necessary to his life. Heavens, what bondage ! what life destroying power has love " Vet to love and be beloved ugam . W hat ectacy ! Then all is peace?life has no storm-all is sunshine?no tears, no anguish?a cloudless day o perfect bliss. The Misses R., from your city, are also here; and though I have known them but a short time, 1 have formed a most favorable opinion of them. Well niny New York he proud o its re presentatives in the mountains of Virginia. 1 had an opportunity of testing their qualities well, 1 can as sure you. We were stage passengers together, the time, of all others, whenladies are most Iretted? they generally lose their patience, become restless, continually asking for water, or something they can not "et without great difficulty, and appearing cross in their words and deeds, as if the gentlemen could relieve them. Not so with the Misses R. 1 never met with more delightful society. They were hu morous and cheerful during the whole seven hours ride ; and 1 felt myself highly blessed to meet with companions so much, in every respect, to be admir ed?though, Mr. llditor, my ride could have been more agreeable, 1 assure you. 1 happen to be a 1 oik man, and fell in with a Mr. So Ph.ladc phta. We commenced talking politics. 1 thought it probable as I had become tolerably knowing in Washington, that I could at least cut a tolerably fair show before the ladies, who, by-the-bye, were politicians them selves; but I stood no chance at all; he completely " rowed me up;" and I am afraid that he thought, from my getting out to get water so often, that I was knocking under, which was a fact. I he ladies looked at me very hard, while he was scoreing Mr. Polk, and I hardly knew what to do. I had a great min'f, at one time, to call on Miss L., and the Misses 11 . for aid ; hut 1 thought it would not do. when 1 i got in sight ot the Sweet Springs, 1 was so delighted j I could scarcely speak; and determined, from that moment, never again to have a political discussion with a stage traveller. There was a Mr. G. along also from Baltimore, a "i ntlemanly modest man, who by the way is a ver> rinart whig politician too ; he spar d me, however, took mercy on me, and 1 thank him through your paper a thousand times ; he was a considerate man, I knew, and ihere is some charity in his composi tion. The ladies admired his course exceedingly, though they did not say so before nie, yet 1 know they have told hiin before this time. There are about one hundred and thirty visiters here, and the number daily increasing. The season here is generally in the month of September, when the company are leaving the mountains; the waters are best taken last. The ladies hear seem to wear their bonnets all day, or thiek veils. This, Mr. fcdi tor, is a very singular fancy, and one which tne gen tinmen by no means admire It is a law of nature, tiiat the expressive beauty of a woman lies in her face : whatever, therefore, conceals the face, is a disfigurement, and inherits the principle of the ugly. Ye who would studv the female beauty, look at the lovely lines of her'face; contemplate that fairest type of the animated creation ; observe the soft mo tions of her gentle soul, now shooting forth rays ot tender light from between her long enclasping eyelashes; now arching her rosy hps into the play lal lineaments of Cupid's mortal bow ; or gaze upon the subdued and affectionate contentment ot the maternal countenance?remember while ywuweie yet young, your mother's look of love, that look which was all-powerful, to master your hercest passions in your wildest mood?who will say [hat the female face ought to be concealed^ The only position in which a bonnet is becoming? and even then it is the modern class of bonnets?is when they are viewed lull front; further they make the face appear to disadvantage; and with their endless adjuncts of lace, ribbands, and flowers, they commonly set ofl'even moderately pretty features to advantage. But it is only the present kind ot bo net lint does so; the old iasluoned, puking, llountiSL, square-cornered bonnet never became any female physiognomy; it is only the small, ['gh'. come-and- , kiss me style of bonnet, now worn by ladies, tiiat s at ;dl tolerable. Burin" the middle ages ladies wore j veils altogether: ia the reign ot the second Ccorge. | we believe, some lady stuck on her head a round i silk hat with a low crown and a broad brim, per fectly circular; this she changed into a straw boi net, and then made a lace one of it, and then a hood?economy in those days was all the go. The intelligence has this moment reached here ol the arrival ot Mr. Clay at the White Sulphur?he arrived there in fine health and spirits last evening by the western stage, and was received with one general hurst of enthusiusm. From the fatigue ot the ,ournev lie retired immediately to his rooms, where lie was receiving his friends until a late hour of the night. He contemplates remaining at the White for several weeks. Iowa Crrv, August IS, 1845. Constitution Rejected? Why the People voted it Down-Gen. Dodge Returned to Con pens. The Constitution of Iowa is again rejected by the jieople. Now Iowa cannot become a State? lor some years. The |>eople have long had the subjec before I hem, and it api>ears it was with much hesi " 1 ' ' ,..,1 rrt|| n convention to tation, that they vo"n?, all ,1. draft a constitution. All the voting, ? * ,ion the act of the convention itself, and all the aca'ef Congress relative to the admission ot Iowa, are void; and Iowa is where she originally began ?? tprritorv 1 eannot give you a history of all fi" nroStngs, nor does the occasion require it; but I will i" ? very brief manner give you some | notions of this constitution, and the causes of its . reJThe*co!iysumtion?l,1waH drawn up in November, | and sent beiore the people for them to vote on in ; April In the menn time it was sent to Congress, where it received an amendment, cutting oil a large | slice on the west, which lay along the Missouri mer Pifc<* 011 the.north !i y along the Mississippi and St. Peter's rivers, reducing , the area to 42,000 square miles, giving for the . tate j ?t Iowa a littfe larger surface than Indiana, and a very similar fonn.heing the longest on the M.ss.s smui r ver To this amendment made by Congress, that it was tne u . Missouri nVer. Ihey had ( to extend towards the South for jiofittcal ! no feeling of jealousy towara ^ ^ Rn(, W(.Ht law/5r?nto small States: and this too, at the very time" when Texas was beiiu? admitted. ' time wnen |00^f>n on with much indifference j ?? ?eat^oht.cal struggle ihe,ween the North LlSouih This was the policy of Congress in making their amendment, and this is the policy they will ever pursue on admitting new States in tlip north-west. . , ? . , In April the people rejected the Constitution by nearly 1000 majority. This rejection was supposed to be in consequence ol the reduction of size by Congress ; therefore, the Legislature in May passed an act to lay the Constitution before them again, with the larger boundary, asadopted by the Convention. Again the Constitution has been rejected by a ma jority of 3 or RIO. Then we must conclude that there was something besides boundary that caused the people to reject their Constitution. We must con clude " they didn't want the thing itself" There is a large majority of Democrats in this Territory, and there was an overwhelming majority of Democrats in the Convention which drew the Constitution And although I am a Democrat myself, yet I must say that that Constitution does not speak very high? not very plain and clear, what I have ever esteemed the pure and true principles of democracy. Instead of its being tin- foundation for a free government, it is a bond of statutes, under which the people could have but very limited freedom of legislation, legis lating and binding almost every subject of a general chaiacter, and some even of a local nature, ft pro vides lor incorporations,yet it blights them bymaking their chartersrepealable, under any circumstances, and at all times. It provides against banks in gene ral, vet it provides for a State bank. It provides against a State debt and against internal improve ment except by stock companies, (all right,) yet it prohibits these stock companies, by repealing their eharters.und by refusing them the right of way across the lands. It has got a whole code of laws on edu cation. which the people will occasionally want to amend. It provides for the election of the Judges by the jieople, which is a stepaside of our republican system of government, Jcc. Ate. Thus, through its great length, we find occasion ally sections which ought to be on the statute book, or ought not to be. Like the whigs of Khode Island, the democrats of Iowa seek to bind that which should be loosed. Those hard features of Demo cratic principles, have been experimented on in New Hampshire,and ex|>erience has taught that State that if" the people want banks, it is best to let them have them,?it they want railroads for travel and trans portation, let them have them. If our principles can not be sustained without having them bound up and dragging them along in this way, let them down; if they are true they will rise again, if entrusted to an intelligent people. The people of Iowa have said, " let loose those bonds and give us a free govern ment; trust the laws with us; give our children knowledge, and all will be safe. Gen. A. C. Dodge is again elected delegate to Congress by 1 or 500 majori'y over Gen. Lowe, whig. This ib the son of Dodge of Wisconsin, the old veteran of the north-west, whose public services have long and favorubly been known to the govern ment. Young Dodge is not a brilliant speaker, and although he does not mistily his ideas in a supera bundance of words, he shows much originality and vigor of thought,which he sends forth with a jar and force of language which awakens the sovereigns to his call, hi my next 1 will give you more of my travels, and I hojie to be able to give some correct information ol the opportunities for new settlars. Port Richmond, Aug. 30,1846. The Attempt at Rape?A Justice and. Constable in Limbo for False Arrett?Preliminary lYial at Bulhhead?Sinful State of the Island?Thunder, Lightning, Lawyers, Loungers, Literati, Loafer ati, $?<-. fyc. ?-c. From the many tragical, farcical, and melo-dra mutic events that have occurred on the Island and still continue to occur, we are induced to believe that we have incurred divine displeasure through our sinfulness, and our clergy "backup" the con clusion with thirty horse power. Staten Island has been the scene ot all sorts of sins, from horrid mur ders down to the pecadilloes of the pious; and it will lie not at all surprising if vials of wrath are con tinued to be poured upon us for some time to come, thicker than drops front a shower bath. Hardly had a case of crim- cou, got cool, and the Lothario dressed the wounds inflicted by an enra ged and injured husband, before a charge of rape is preferred in another quarter, and the Island is again in an uprour. As the Justice before whom the com plaint was made, and the constable who served the process, are under arrest for false imprisonment, or more properly false arrest, it may be well to give a few ot the particulars respecting this apparently mo mentous matter-.? From testimony given, it appears that a resecta ble married female, a resident of Port Richmond, in returning from a trip to New York, employed a coachman to take her to her place of residence, a distance of some four or five hundred yards f rom the wharf, as she had been insulted by some insolent puppy previous to landing, and feared to proceed home unaccompanied. In place of taking the lady Jiiectlv home, the coachman drove her two miles out of tlic village, for the purpose of leaving another passenger wl.o was then in the coach; and when returning to the lady's residence, it is alleged the equivocal conduct on the part of Sleight took place ; in consequence of which a Lomplaiut was entered by the lady's husband before J. K. Ball, Justice of the Peace, and a process immediately istuedon the lady's deposition for the arrest of Sleight, who had lied to New York. The process issued at Port Richmond, was handed to Officer Casey of New York, as reported in Friday's Herald, and the accused arrested and brought to Port Richmond in irons. On the exami nation, however, affairs appeared in such a light, as to induce the complainant to withdraw his suit, when the accused was discharged. Sleight now brings a suit against Justice Ball, Constable Sprague, and the New Vork officer Casey, for illegal arrest and dragging him before the people in shackles. In pursuance of a process issued, the 'Squire and Constable were brought be-, lore Judge Tomilson, at Bullshead, for an examination Although an adjournment was moved for by the defen dant, alter a good deal of squabbling, the court acceded to a motion ot the prosecutor's counsel for the examina tion of two witnesses. who stated they would probably be obliged to leave the island before thectrial came on; and the Court furthermore permitted Mr Sprague to be sworn, for a better understanding of the evidence which was to be elicited by the two rusticating witnesses? JcnoK Tomilson in the Chair? Mr. Spraoce sworn?Questioned byprosecutor's coun sel :?".Mr. Sprague did 'Squire Ball give you a process to serve on Compton Sleight, if so when? Witness.?Mum. Mr. Piielfs (defendants' counsel.)?That is proper Mr. Sprague; you are not obliged to answer any question which would criminate yourself, that is your privilige. By Mr. Clark.?Mr. Sprague, we ask you again, did you receive the process to arrest my client from Squire ball; if so, when, and what did you with it? Witness.?Mum. (titer a great waste of words, the mouth of this witness was pried open, and the substance of the requisite testimony obtained, although he evident ly seemed to think that "mum's the word. John R. Oakley, Ksq., called.?By Mr. Clark.. ?Mr. Oakley were you present at the trial of 0.* Sleight, at Martin's Hotel) Oaklet.?Yes, sir, I was; yes, sir. Mr. Clark.?What was the conduct of the Justice, in regard to the prisoner then,under arrest) Oakley.?Very oppressive and arbitrary, indeed; very much so?extremely so?quite so. Mr. Phelps.?Mr. Oakley, please tell us in what con sisted this oppression, and one-sided way of proceeding ' Oakley.?Well,by conferring with the complainant's counsel; not listening to law when an offer was made to read it to him, and not asking anybody to drink with him. I consider all of that one-sided; quite so?very much so?quite so. Mr. Pnr.Lv-.?This cause will have to go before a high er tribunal, and no doubt wo shall have some respectable witnesses in proper time. Oaklet?I claim the protection of this Court, and I am not to be insulted?if so, I shall leaTe the court until I can get < imham or Hoffman to defend me. They are two of tho " boys''?they will uot see me imposed U|>on. ( ot rt?Mr. Oakley you have not been imposed upon, to my knowledge; if so I am ignorant of the manner in which it was done, nor do 1 think you have been insult ed. jf< i.ark?If tne Court please, the defendant's counsel emphasired the word respectable,in a manner which con veyed the idea that tho witness was not respectable. Mr. Phelps?I deny it?I intended no such thing, and such a construction is merely to gratify an ostentatious feeling. Soon nfter the lawyer* had finished this wrangle, Mr. Oakley was releasod, very much fatigued, although the Court granted him a chair for his especial comfort. Mr. W. Wilson was then called, and partially corrobo rated the testimony of the last witness, and the Court ad journed until Monday next, w hen Justice meets Justice, andOreek inects Wreck Something quite recherche in the way of judicial proceedings is anticipated. To the Scientific and Gentlemen of Enquiry. The Steam Electric Battery now being exhibited at CHStle (Jarden, will in a measure solve a problem, which 1 have heretofore suggested, with regard to steam explosion : that the same is produced not by expansion or collapse, but by the electricity disen gaged by the rapid expansion of steam. Query Jirtt?What produces the sound of the ex plosion ! Query second?Why have boilers been torn into ribbons, or the broken fragments presented a twisted appeurance ? Query third?Why has not lightning, which Iirs destroyed numerous steamers, never been known to affect one when under way?or with steam onf The explosion which took place on the Reading Railroad some time since, hasheen learnedly investigated by Dr. Lardner, but not hajipily resolved. Query four th? Why are explosions most frequent immediately after leaving the dock or fastening ' The result of a philosophical enquiry into these particulars, ingrafted upon the electrical phenomena, may contribute more to the security of the travelling community than any contrivance in the shape o safety valve or graduated scale. R- 0. Hoboken, Aug. 29.

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