Newspaper of The New York Herald, July 4, 1846, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated July 4, 1846 Page 2
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r NEW YORK HERALD. X?w York, Satnnlay, July 4, IHM. Fourth of July< Instead of our regular edition, au Extra Herald will b? issued from this otliee to-morrow morning. It will be published at nine oVlock, and will contain all the news that may arrive up to that hour. titrmn Ship Britannia. This steamer had not reached Boston at eight o'clock yesterday. Sho was, of course, hourly oxpected. If her news canies early this morning we ail all issue it in an Extra llnaldm The Seventieth Annlvemnry of the Birthday of Freedom. The nation is this day called upon to celebrat" the seventieth anniversary of American Independence. On this day seventy years ago the delegates i of the original thirteen colonies of America published to the world a frimunriamcnto, not, however, (1 la Jfcxicain, declaring those- colonies free and independent, absolving them from nil allegiance to the British crown, and dissolving all political connection between them and the state of Great Britain ; and lor the support of this declaration, thus solemnly made, with a firm re- 1 iiance on the protection of Divine Providence, those delegates mutually pledged to each other their lives, their fortunes, and their sacred honor. On the fourth of July, 1776, a new era dawned on a benighted world. On that memorable day the fetters of tyranny were broken, und an emancipated peoplo, in the fullness of their joy, declured | those sell-evident truths which have since curried terror to the hearts of despots in every land. , Those truth." were, that all men are created equal; that they are endowed with certain inalienable rights ; that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness ; that, to secure thoso rights, governments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers from ihe consent of the governed; that when any form of government becomes'destructive of those ends, it is the right : of the people to alter or abolish it, and to institute h new government, laying its foundation on such principles, and organizing its powers in such form, *s to them ahall seem most likely to effect their safety and happiness. Such were the principles embodied in the glorious Declaration of Independence which on that day emancipated the United States of America, and placed them among the family of nations. Glooiny times and disastrous events succeeded the publication of this grand political test. The : l>olclest men trembled for its success; but the glorious principles that it contained, emanating a* : they did Irom the Ruler of the Universe, and by him inculcated in the breasts of all his creatures, were destined to be triumphantly established in ' il?o laco of" all opposition. George Washington, : the lather of his country, tli2 leader of its armies, , the friend ot mankind, was raised from compara- I tivo obscurity, and entrusted with the glorious ! mission of achieving their success. Sad and melancholy were the scenes that followed. The best blnod of the land was shed in the struggle ; the man of lour-score, and .the youth ol fifteen, mingled in the combat; the scorching sun of summer, ami the northern winds of winter played on their ; dcfeuceloM heads. Thousands were sacrificed j on the ultar of independence. W ives and chil- I dren were deprived of their natural protectors, while the rivers oftlie land were swoollen witli the blood of freemen. But the sun shone out brightly at last?the clouds that had for seven long years hovered over the land were dispelled?the I horizon was at last clear?the storm was wea- I ihered, and the ship of State, with a Washington 1 nt the helm, reached the port of liberty and in- ' dependence in safety. The rigging of this noble ship was injured, her spars were damaged, but the symmetry and beauty of her hull.were unscathed. From the year 1783 until the present hour, that chart has been " our cloud by day,and our pillar of tire by night." With liberty as our watchword, the nation has increased and flourashed beyond example. Its progress to greatness lias been so rapid, that in the comparatively short ' apace of seventy years, it is second in power and i greatness to no other nation in the world, and su- ! perior to all in its physical and intellectual re- ( sources. While our lia^; is to be found in every . tea, it can never be insulted with impunity.? i While its folds wave over the tempest tossed mariner a thousand miles distant, he is as sure of its protection, as if ho were ashore in his native ! State. It is, then, the anniversary ol our national birthday that we are to celebrate this day. Let the ! inhabitants of the East and the West, the North and the South, from the shores of the Atlantic on one side, and from Maine to the Kio Grande, *n the other, join in one grand hosanna of joy and thankfulness. Let the common concerns of life be abandoned for the present ; let us all, of every ex, age, and condition, nnite in making a He- j monstration worthy of the day. Visit of Gov. Wright.?His Excellency, Hon. Silas Wright, Governor of the State of New York, attended by a numerous and brilliant staff, arrived at the City Hotel this morning, from Albany, and will review the troops this forenoon up?n the Battery. Distinguished Military Arrival.?Maj. lien. Sir James A. Hope, K. C. B., commander of the | iorces in Canada, arrived in the city yesterday, and occupies, with lady Hope, apartments at the Astor House. The Steamship Palmetto.?This line steamer will not leave for Charleston till Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock, in consequence of this, her regular day, coming on the 4th ot July. Watering Places and Hotel*. A.s the season advances, our citizen* are beginning to seek their usual summer relaxation, at the different cool retreM* fhat our country is so eminently blessed with. It would seem that, this season, there ti a larger number of places of entertainment prepared for those who* seek for summer recreation, among those s|K>ts marked out by nature for the resort of those wishing cool air, quiet, and enjoyment of the fresh beauties of .rural and seashore life, than at any previous season. Those who visit Niagara now generally, extend their trip to Montreal and Quebec, after first spending a week at the Eagle Hotel. In Montreal, Donnegana keeps a magnificent establishment, where we understand the guests are made quite at home by the polite and attentive host. Then, nearer home, is the Aharon Spri'jgi Pavilion, kept by Landon k Gardner ; the Tavilion at Rockaway, Long Island ; the Columbia Mall, at New Lebanon Springs, kept by Mr. Hull j the Triton House, and the Pavilion at Olen Cove, Long Island, where Mr. Wilson has made extensive improvements and arrangements for tha rawantlon of ruants . the Hamilton Home at the Nar. row* ; the Cetskill Mountain llout?, at Catskjll , and the Abbey Hotel, Bloomlngdale Road. And who it not acquainted with the beauties of the Hotels at Saratoga ! Rack of t hew housei ii kept by gentlemen exporienc*] in the business, and whose attention to the comfort of their f?ueeta it proverbial. In N?w Jeraey there is Marsh's Heath House, at Schooler's Mountain Sptings (a delightful place;) the Bon S^jour, at Bergen Toint, a capital place fot the lover of a beautiful retreat. Blancard's Parilion, at New Brighton, and the Ocean House, the Mortis House, and the Sea Beach House, at Long Branch In Virginia, the most celebrated watering place is a' Red Sulphur Springs in Monroe county. In connection with the subject of watering places, we may mention the Eutaw House, Baltimoie; Halabrun's ptorxlid European Hotel, Washington, D. 0., and the Mansion House, Middleton, Conn , as affording choice entertainments to travellers Oar readers will see by the above enumeration thst there is no lack of entertainment for those desirous of relaxation from bu?loe?? The onlv difficulty is about Making choice r - ? i The Celebration of the Seventieth Anniversary of American Independence. MEANS OF ENJOYING THE DAT. j Arrangement of tiie Military Procession. The Division under the command of Major I General Sand ford, will parade 011 the Battery at nine A. M , when it will be reviewed by His Excellency Governor Wright, intended by lhs Start", and Adjutant General Temple. Thence the Division will inarch at 10 o'clock, up Whitehall street and Broadway to Warren street. down Wnrrmi W?wt flrrtnil u'?if through West Broadway and Hudson street to Laight street, through Laight and Canal streets to Broadway, down Broadway to Chambers stroet, and through Chambers and Centre streets to the east gate of the Park. In the Park, the Division will pay the honor of a marching salute to the Mayor and Corporation, and after the feu de joie they will be dismissed. The number of troops is expected to exceed that of any formei yenr. Col. Gate*, with his light artillery, will form part of the division, and will take part in firing the salutes. There is to be an oration at 11 o'clock this morning in Washington Square. It will be delivered by Mr. 1). B. Taylor, before the Laborers' Union Society, of which he was the founder. We un. derstand that that association, last evening, presented him with a magnificent gold medal, in rt> turn for his services in their behalf. Ueneral Order*. HKAD UUARTKR9. J KIRST DIVISION N. Y. STATK ARTILLKRY, i DIVISION ORDKRS. Ounr.R No. 1. < The Divison will parade on the fourth day of July , next, fully unliormed, armed and equipped, to celebrate ; ' the anniversary of our National Independence. The Division Line will be formed upon the Battery, with the right on Whitehall street, at half past nine j I o'clock, A. M., precisely, immediately after which the ! Diviaion will he reviewed by His Excellency the Com- < mander in Chief. I | The sulute for the Commander in Chief, will be flred \ under the direction of Brigadier Oeneral Storm*, of the j t F'irst Brigade of Light (Horse) Artillery. The National Salute will be tired by \he Eleventh Re- j e giinentof Artillery, under the direction of Brigadier Go- ! c lie nil George P Morris, of the Sixth Brigade. i 1 . Atter the Heview, the Division will break into column, | t and lake up iti line of inarch (by a route hereafter to be i t designated) to the City Hall, where the honor* of a ! c marching salute will be paid to the Mayor and Corpora- j i tion. Aftu drjoir will then be fired in the Park, under the t orders of General Hall, of the First Brigade. The Com- j c missary General will issue the necessary ammunition | ii|iou the requisition of Commandants of Regiments prior ; to the day ot parade. Brigadier Oeneral Hall will dctntch nn escort for the j Major General, to report at his i|< at 9 o'clock. A. > M , precisely. By order of CHARLES W. SANDFORD, Major General Commanding. ROBF.RT C. WETMORE, i Division Inspector. j ( FIRST DIVISION N. V. STATE ARTILLERY. 1 DIVISION?SUPPLIMENTAL ORDER. New York, July 2d, 1816. The Division will take up its line of marcii on the 4th j instant, immediately after the review by the Commander- | in-Chief,^passing through State street, from the east Battery pate, up Broadway, down Warren street to West ; Broadway and Hudson street, through Laight and Canal streets, down Broadway, through Chambers and Centre ' streets, to the cast gate of the Park. I Such inde|>endcnl uniform troop* of the city and ad- j joining counties as may be desirous of parading with the j Division on the 4th instant, will report to the Division In- i spector on the Battery, at half past h o'clock, A. M. pre- | cisi-ly. j Brigadier General Hall, of the 1st Brigade, will, upon j nn oiiliui at UIC UI1UCI J , UIIVCl Utn IIIIUV liuuj'h UI UUHO attached to his Brigade, to report to Calonel Wotmore ' for special dutv. Uv order of CHARLES W. SANDFORD, I Major General Commanding. t Rorert C. Wctmoe, Division Inspector. 1 I Theatrical and Musical Entertainment*. Fa*k.?Mr*. Hunt taken her benefit at thi* theatre thia evening. Mr. Marble will appear in the " Game Cock of 1 the Wilderness," and Mrs. Hunt iu ' Satan in Pari*," and t " Fortunio." There will be a variety of comic songs, s choruses, kc., &C. I Bower*.?Two performances are given at the Bowery j ! oue at a o'clock, consisting of" Putnam,""The Secret," i and the " Warlock of the Glen," and another in the eve- J j ning, consisting of " Virginia*," the "Highland Drovor," ( and the ''Star Spangled Banner." The entertainment will tie interspersed with, songs, dances, aud varieties of , every description. Greenwich.?Two performances are given at this t pretty theatre, one in the afternoon at a o'clock, consist- 1 { ing of " Washington's Birth Day," the " Rio Grande," j and the "French Spy,"and one in the evening, consisting 1 of the "Corn Laws of England," "Rio Orande," and i " Washington's Birth-Day." The entertainments are va- j ried with songs and dances. i Castle Garden?There are morning, afternoon and ' evening performances in this popular place of resort.? Dancing, singing, music, lire-works, pantomime, end every other description of amusement. TALMo's?Herr Alexander gives some of his most effective displays of necromancy and magic this evening.? This is his last night- The price is reduced to 33 cents. Croto* Hall?The Ole Bull band rive an .Ethiopian ! Concert at the above room, at 8 o'clock this evening. Niblo's Garden?The most extensive preparations j have been made to celebrate the 4th of July at this popular resort The Ravel Family appear in some of their best pieces, and there are fire-works and every other spe- ( cies of amusement. arolle Rooms?The well known Orphean Family give a Concert at the above rooms at 8 o'clock this ovening ? ' i They have just returned from a successful southern tour. j Tickets 60 cents. i Gothic Hall.?The wonderful Duck of Vancauson, | and other mechanical curiosities are exhibited from 8 j 1 o'clock A. M toll P.M. I1 Ati.artic Oardew.?This place affords a cool and refreshing retreat. There arc extensive prei"?ratio?i for ) the entertainment of visiter*. \ The Alhamii.-Some of the beat icecream of the ] city is serv ed up at thia place. It ia a very pleaaant re- , aort. i National Academy or Dehor will clove to-day. It ^ ia well worth visiting. Colman's K?iroBii'M or A?t ia well worth visiting.? I There are some very fine paintings for sale. Mllc Blarov will appear at Niblo'a on Tuesday evening next She ia one of the most celebrated danteutr that has ever visited thia country, and we have no doubt ' her dttul will be made with great eclat. Model ok New York.?This exhibition will open today. It is a piece of mechanism that ia well worth seoing, extending as ii does over a spare of 30 feet by 20. It : is to be seen at the Minerva Rooms. Racks ?sn Trotti*? at Harlem Park. Excursions, &c. Dr Valewtikk gives an Indian clam bake at Olen Cove to-day It will be a rich affair. I.ox; Island Railroad.?All along this route to Jamaica, (ireenport, and other places, there are excursion* to-day. See advertisement. Railroad.?This line will be well patronised to-day. It is so well known at to need no recommendation. Pattrsor Railroad ?A trip to I'atcrson will well reward those who undertake it. The scenery is delightful. New Jkrsky Rulroad.? There are excursions planned all along this route to Newark, New Biunswick, he. itc. Nothing can be pleasanter. Rocki.arp Lake.?The celebrated steamboat North America makes an excursion to-day to Rockland Lake. Tickets 50 cents. See advertisement. Corey Islawp.?The steamer Delawi re makes an excursion to Coney Island. Dingle's band is engaged. See advertisement. aj it> i?ia-m>?i up Nirmui'UBi. inaci>eiiuenc?- win make several trips during the day to Staten liliml. I1 are 'iftcenti. pic Nic at IjONh I sl a m> Karmi.?The steamboat Jacob , Hell will proceed on an excursion to Long Island Karm?, . where there will be a f< te and pic nic. T*n hiciKtiona aockd Statsji Isuajd.?The steamboat Hubert L. Stevens will proceed on two excursions, one in the morning, the other in the afternoon, round Staten l.oland. See advertisement. Thi F.ici rsiow i r tht. North Riva*.?The steamboat Hendrik Hudson will leave on nn excursion up the North River, from the loot of Liberty street, at 8 o'clock. \ See advertisement. F.icia?ioi? to Sakuv llooa?The steamboat 8t Nicliolas will go on two excursions to-day to tlie above place. See advertisement. Eicrano* to Nr.* Bri kswicx.?The steamboat SplenI did will proceed to New Drunswick, having on board several military companies. Ai.bakv awo Trot?The steamboat Troy will leave at her usual hour for the above places?a delightful excursion. elcl-riion TO N(W Bat *iwlck a"?b PaftTH Amiot. ?The Raritan will leave for the above places. Seveni military companies on board. Excvasion to Nicwauao.?The steamboat Thorns, rowell will proceed on a trip to the above place to-day See adrertiaement. Cotilxio* Tabtt to Wkst Point?The Thistle Association will proceed on an excursion to day to Weet Toint. ou board the steamboat OnelJa. To the Fishiro Banks.?The Delawate will go on a trip to the banks to day flosmti Firrt?This terry will be crowded to-day, as the tr.'p to Hoboken is one of the moot delightful excursions that can be taken. i Conrv Isla>d a>d Kort IIamilto*?This ferry also affords superior advantages. 1 hre* or four beautiful boats are engaged. Bowi.i*a Malook?The Treonoat Bowling Saloon will or iQunn u> miiofu iiinnnoi aiiaiaaes lor enjoying this exerciaa. The numwrieKaat Broadway. F i.ovr.Ri.?William Russell has a varied aasortment of flower* on hand, at Broadway. Doo??A. OrNft) A John Mreet has an excellent as ^ortment of dog*. Bird*- la John street near Broadwar. *11! bo lounl 1a great variety ef feathered songsters Miuraar OrKMiy.miroidvi^ has *n extensive assortment of (niMD'i c?p?, knspneoks, kc kc. H*t? ?Wattrlpont k Co . 83 Nassau (tract; Oanln, 314 Broadway ; Robert ton, 103 Fulton it reel; Price k Co , 110 Fulton street; Baftta, 94 ( anal street; Knox, lis Fulton street. F.ach of the>-e gentlemen have full and extensive assortments of hats and caps. * Wioa.?Pliolon, HI Broadway, keeps some of the best wijft in the city. His place is finely fitted up. Colooh*.?lirokheim k Clapbam, 73 Pearl atreet, keep" a complete assortment of cologne ; it is of excellent quality. Ice ciiim ?Abraham, 043 Broadway, manufactures some choice ice cream on the Philadelphia plan Firewobks ?At Williamsburg Cottage there is a free exhibition of fireworks this evening. There will be also an afternoon exhibition of balloons. Dunlup Si Thompson. 630 Broadway, manufacture excellent fireworks of all descriptions. OAuciaaKoTTrt Likenesses?Plumbe is the Artist of America. His studio is in BroadwayDsui'EaaKOTvrE Arriuu'i are sold by Langanheim k Deckers, 301 Broadway, and by John Roach, 83 Nassau street Glass.?Mortal,Walker k Smith. 33 John street. New York, keep* so extensive assortment of glass of every description. Bathing Apparatus.?Kautz. 377 Bowery, keeps bathing apparatus, of a new and improved pattern. EMusic.?Scharfenberg and Luis, 381 Broadway, keep an infinite variety of music. Shirti ?Nlesdames Palmer and Kbit, keep on hand an c\ten>ive assortment of shirts of the newest styles, and of excellent workmanship. Ladiki Kk.stival.?The patriotic ladlai of Fort Hamilton, have l>een engaged for sevoral days past, in arranging a grand festival in the interior of the fort, whi?H> will take nlnco to-day. We recommend visiters to step inside the fort, and see tho result of their labors. Above is a list, full enough to satisfy any one. In the evening there will be fireworks in the Park, at the Washington Parade Ground, Castle Garden" Niblo's, and all over the city. After the people have seen all, let them retire to their homes, go to bed, sleep till six o'clock. Then they can rise, drcis, aud go to church like good citizens, as they ?re. General Taylor and Mayoe Micklk.?The following is a copy of General Taylor's reply to the letter of our worthy Mayor, A. H. Mickle, Esq., enclosing tho resolutions adopted at the jreat war meeting in the Park on the 23d of May ,ast:? Head Quabters, A hut op Occupation, ) Mat amobaj, Mexico, June lflth, 1840. \ Sir I have had the honor to receive your communication >f the 23d of May, enclosing the resolutions of a large >ublic meoting of tho citizens of New York, in one of vhich the meeting is pleased to refer in complimentary erms to tho services ol the army in this quarter. I need hardly say that the officer* and soldier* of the irmy of occupation are deeply sensible to this evidence >1 sympathy and confidence from the citizens of New fork i and while conscious that they perform only their luty, in whatever professional services they may render o the country, they yet derive new confidence and new trength from such manifestations of approval from the nass of their fellow citizens. Please, sir, accept my thanks for the very courteous erms in which you have communicated the proceedings >1 the meoting. I have the honor to be, Very respectfully, Your ob't servant, / TAYLOR, B. B. Oen. U.S. A. Com g. His Honor A. H. M icele, Mayor of the City of New York. This letter is characteristic of the General. It s brief, modest, and to the point. There is not a itiperfluous word, and the hero of Palo Alto and llesaca de la Palma can be traced in every line. City Intellluciire. Volunteers for '''rias. -1 here vpt* 'luite an inte hrce o'clock, in *< u.l si.eei, uppo?ue the Custom [louse. There, about a hundred hungry looking tiernam were drawn up in a line, all jaubering in their lative language, not boing able to speak Knglish. It ippears that when they landed here, a week or two unce, they enlisted ns volunteer! for the Rio Grande, in >ne of the companies which was raised in this cily. rhey all went to a boarding house in Washington street, t being understood by the landlord that the officers of the regiment were to be responsible for the board of their rolunteers. But when pay day came, the officers refused o cash up, and the landlord refused to board the voluneers any longer. So they turned out in a body, and narched to the Custom House, where thoy stood two or hree hours, much to the amusement of the crowd around hem. Thoy demand either that their board should be >aid, or that they march at once to the Ilio Grande. thk convention to amend the ClTT charter.?a iecond informal meeting of the members was held on rhiirsday evening. No business of importance was ransacted, except a resolution that no printer should bo ippointed to the convention ; but that the printing should >e done by contract, and given to the lowest bidder. Strangers in New York?There appears to be a lerfect rush of strangers into New York to spend the Fourth of July. On Thursday last, eighteen hundred tnd fifty four ]>ersons arrived from Philadelphia alone. Lait Night.?Very few of our citizens slept last light?the sharn crack ot pistols, young cannon, Chinese lackers and otlier combustibles, rang upon the cars of he sleepei'H, and woke them from their wonted rest.? It was useless to make any complaints upon those mat Lers, for " boys will be boyi," and the patriotic ardor so long pent up, could not restrain itself till the " Fourth" ictually commenced, so it was expected to burst forth last nigh*. A number of the booihs around the Park were open, ami every thing exhibited itself as preparatory to the birth-day of our national independence. .May we have a pleasant day for it The Park.?Workmen were very busy all dar yMterday in erecting the booths around the' Park, and the frame for the exhibition of the fireworks. The Park will present an animated scene to-d?y. A Good Joke.?A man named Ketchum, engaged in (Via roannniililn * ri/4 in*apotfintr Knsinasi nf f)pi?in? * beer cart, was passing up Chatham street, wheiT\e wai accosted by one of the gentlemen who usually invite strangers into their (hops, and noltnt relent very handsome summer coat placed upen his back. Kotchum, not disliking the new fit, started out and got upon hia cait, without troubling himself to pay the clothier. The latter came out and demanded payment. A crowd, of course gathered around, who took the part ofKetchum in the ground as that the clothier had placod the coat on his back he was entitled to it. Ketchum got in hii cart, drove off, and peddled his root beer in any qualities to the thiraty people, and at night returned and gave up hia coat to the clothier. Ketchum ii a pretty smart fellow. ' A Stranue Affair.?A few day* age, a small child, belonging to Mr. Butcher, waa accidentally dragged on o a large fly wheel attached to a factory belonging to Mr. Wells, foot of 13th street, by tho clothing of the child coming in contact with the wheel, which drew the childinto the machinery, breaking its arms and legs, and otherwise injuring inwardly so severely thatitdied in a few hours afterwards. How was it that no inquest was held ? Has the Coroner heard of th? ca?e ' Nloar Chatham street Root'cav.?a clothier in Chatham street, named Frederick Dunkey, picked up a cabman, named Patrick Gilmer, who was passing his establishment yesterday, and because Patrick would not purchase a coat beat him most unmercifully. The clothier was taken before the magiatrate at the Tomb#, and held to bail in the sum of (300, to answer for assault and battery. Nassau Street.?Nassau street, directly opposite our office, is in a condition that would have done honor to the dirtiest days of natirism. In addition to the stench which rises from the mud and filth, there is a large hole tilled with water and garbage, which is very dangerous. Will the street inspector attend to it 1 Raymond Ii Week's Muiio Cab.?Wo visited yesterday a new music car which has jaat been built by Stephenson, at the corner of 37th street and the Bowery, for Raymond St Week's grand earavan of wild animals. It would be tame to say that it i* superior to anything of the kind we ever saw. It i* a large splendid chariot, in the form of a Roman triumphal car. Tlie front entrance is supported by two massive life-sized carved figures of 11?<i i?. nn.t v.ti. ...., t... 11.. gilded?the former carrying on his buck huge gilt auell, which ia intended as the driver's seat. The ai<lei are moat elaborately wrought in gilt work, and in the centra of each aide ia a splendid painting of wild hunta in India. Out of the carved work, tigera' and leopards' headaare looking, which appear nlmuat life-like. At the back ol the car are two elegantly gilded giraffes, intended to support one end of the canopy; Between theie is?a full ailed gilt lion. The canopy, which overapreada the whole car, ia made of satin damask of varioui color*. At the back it ia aupported by the two giraffes, and in front by two goldon aerpents, twining round a tree. Tliia elegant canopy i? surmounted by a magnificent gilt eagle. The car in about twenty-five leet in length ana about ten in width, it ia to be drawn by four elegantly caparisoned elephanta, and ia to march at the head of Raymond & Weeks' extensive caravan, carrying the music, in every place where they enter, it will create a great excitement wherever it goes, and reflecta great credit on the enterprising managers, who have expended so large a sain of money in its manufacture. The car, drawn Bf eight horaes, belonging to Reynolds It Heart, who in the kindest manner volunteered their use, and driven by A. Lay, was taken ou board the Rochester last evening,ami will go from Albany to Troy to day, giving the Trojani the honor of ita first eutrance into their city The cai passed down Broadway, and created q'lite an excitement The horae I were magnificently caparisoned Bc*fti!to J. MoaaKLL.?Thia Individual, who'was in dieted soma time ago for shooting at the captain of a veaael, on the vuyage from this city to Lisbon, and lound by a jury to be insane at the time, was yesterday transmitted, Dy order 01 the overaeers of the poor ol the town of Portsmouth, of which place he is a native, tc the New Hampshire aaylum for Insane persons. Coaonaa's Orricr, July 3.? Sudden D'alK.?Thi Co.onarheld an inquest yesterday, at No 417 iludioi street, on the body ol a yoaag Iri'h girl, railed Maria aged about 17 j ears. It appears this j oung woman wai n servant in the employ ol Mr. Peteikin, and waa of I flesh >, full blooded constitution, and while playing wltl one of the children, fell suddenly down in a fit, and ex inred almost immediately. Verdict, came to her deati by apoplexy Personal Jlevemenls The Ohio Sfn(?tman announces that Governor Mhan non has removed to Cincinnati, where he has opened i law office. Governor Wright returned to Albany on TuesJaj night last, after an absence of eight day* in Varnoat. Professor Bronson ia In m Louis. | Ex-President Tyler and hit ladv are rusticating at Eas Hampton. instead of Oar<IenT'? Island, as currently re 8>rted On Mil that thr tamily on the island ?re art 01 bast pofrible terms with bis evex&tllencT | fMrth of Jnljr Jubilee Orklton, Wtrodcciho the Name* or all the Sioree* or thc om-LARATION or lK.DEHCI>Dlel?l'e Thehorn'i mallow triutrph?the bugW'? loud nota- Call the brave to the Held ; to llic I>*ld we'll repair? I Tneu, out with the banner, t)il? day ?et afloat? i UpraiM it?a?d wave it, with ihouU iumid air ! All hail to tha la Ad by our fatberi made free ! May heaven, ih mercy, her glories piutect! To none of earth's land* may ihe e'er (ecoiiJ be. Nor tyrant'* dark thought e'er her council* inlcfct! May her inmatei, (and people of every thore, ^ who crowd, near her many wide ?ea-lakcs to dwell,) wijw; bu iuc awv?i> kiuucii uuiuie can j liy Jews' gentle rains or tho proud rivers' swell. May lb* livt, and live on, to the end of the world? A standard for freedom?a breast woik for fame ! Far away from her precincts furor's discord be hurl'd ! O'er her towns and her cities may ne'er hover shame ! { May virtue?and honor?distinction and worth? Lnliven her mountains?her cities?and vales? , May blisaea of knowledge in joys have a birth? Successes approach hor in earth's mildest gales ! May sunshine of summer?the soft blooms of spring? The ripeness of autumn?and Winter's deep snowMay they all bring their treasures, as birds on the wing, I Catch tho nurture that flies ere to nestlings they go. j May dejection's distress, In tho young and tho old, Ne'er want a kind hand to relieve and protect? The helpless?the orphan?the cripple?be told To (mile, tho'in tears, and their sorrows lorget. So that none may here live but the joyous of heart; 1 Noce suffer dull grief or, in penury, dieBut all look np cheerful, and each take a part In tho Jubilee shout on the fourth of July. Tho fourth of July ! Uivo a cheer ! Tis the day | That gave our free millions independence and name? Our nation's first morn?and. it is?(cheer away !) Tho star-day of liberty, lienor, and tame ! Kor liberty, honor, and famo cheer againBrave Washington merits cheer's loudest applause : lie would Dot for lucre his land's glory stain, 1 But spurn'd it and freedom mado basis for laws. Then, Waahington cheer, as the fourth of July Ueturns with its ruddy?its sun neurish'd fruits? But when we cheer him, as tho trunk, we must try To cheer too the germs from which spran g freedom's shoots. ) Cbeer Henry and Floyd ! Cheer Hancock and Head !

Adams. John and Samuel?Penn ! and Rush and I Hail! For " wey to waalth" Franklin, haste with eagle speed, Sound to arms and fire guns, and cheer one and all. Vor Wvthn. Walton Wilton. Hnnkininn ?nH l.M. I Anil Baruett, (Jerry, Lewis? raise another cheer : i Hewes, McKean and ( lymor, Williams, Taylor?three ! Another, now, for Clark and C hute, and .Morris, the cashier! For Hay ward, Harrison, and Ross and Nelson?shout ! Lewis, Morris, Lynch. Whipple, Rodney, Paca Paine, For Braxton, Hopkins, Sherman, Jefl'ersou?a bout! Shoulder arms?beat the drums?and cheer?cheer toFor Hooper, Morton, Owinett, Wolcott, Thornton, Stone; ! Let trumpets' piercing clarions high as heaven go ! 1 For Ellery and Stockton, Rutledge, Wetherspoon, And Huntington, and Livingston another clarion blow Volunteers, rank and file?close order?time the ground ! I For Hart, Smith and Middleton, pipes melodious play? And for Carroll?the last one?wheel, wheel around? Music?" Hail Columbia"?forward?march?away ! Thro* the streets, to the glens, where the youthful resort, With atreamer and banner, and laughter-fed song, I Salutes of the flng on the tower an<l fort, Exulting, parade till the set of the sun. Then, halt?with a flourish, and thousand huzzas, Tis the day when the filty-six names were affixed To the passport of banner?the stripes and the stars? Of seventeen hundred and seventy-six. Volunteer*, standards furl?arms reverse, with a rest, And lament that the signers live not. just to know How their act independent, hath tiiumphed and blest. And forests to cities, like fairy-work, grow. Again the star banner of freedom unfurl! Upraise?give it poise?let it float in the air ; ' Let it wave o'er head, o'er the boat let it curl, I And cheers echoes echo?hurrahs for the fair ! ! Now, a cheer for the cheers?for the land, cheer again ; For the army another?come, cheer ; cheer away ! For the ships safe in port, and for those on the main, Your hats mid caps wave, and your bugles all play. A cheer for all nations?content be their lot; May pleasing delights, joyous ti ans|>ort, be theira? May blisses encircle, and each little spot From ill be as free as the States are of cares. A cheer yet for commerce?the commerce that thrive* ! The Union's union our bliss guarantees? Then u cheer for each State?may they ever bo hive* Stored with sweet* of content from the honied o'er iield*. Now a Jong and last cheer that wc may not forget? Hark I hark !?how it sails o'er the blue azure sky ; 'Tis pleasing?another?hats ofT? louder > et!? To last from the Fourth to the Fourth oi' July. O. L. 8. Tine Dream. translated from a German mi. Before me. in a dream, I saw a spirit stand ; Mutely it bccon'd me, and I obeyed the (ign. Up rising, swift o'er mountain heights it bore me far, Far cloft, beyond the proud eagle's highest soar. Beneath us the lordly earth lay stretch'd?o'er our head* The vaulted roof of heaven. River, lako, and sea Leut their rctloctcd light, to show tho pregnant earth In all its rich and varied bloom. Echoing sounds Of mingled mirth and wo mark out the haunts of man. Amid the noisy throng there flitted many a form? Of knight with lauce and shield?prince with crown and > sceptre. Deep in the bosom of a green and shady park, A spotted fawn sported in free and joyous prank. The shouts oi wanton schoolboys, straying through the vale, Came mingled with the temple's holy hymn of praise. Hore, the mutter'd prayer from lips of lone recluse : There, a whisper'd love song from some proud Spanish Don. ; Heroes of ancient Greece, from graves leng closed, stalk'd . forth, j With phantom tribes, oi times still older and more rude. The veil was lifted, not from face of things alono? The inmost sourco of mysteries mine eyes beheld. Heaps of pure diamonds glittered in the mountain cares, Liko the relumin'd glow of Vulcan's dying fires. What erst seem'd dark uml magic arts now stood expos'd, : And all that was obscure the light of truth made plain. Dazzl'd by its splendor, I turn'a mine eyes to heaven : With golden letters its azure vault seem'd studded And through the clouds of night I saw the modest moon, Shedding her tranquil light in calm magnificence. ( Her silvery rays pierced tho othereal misty space And chained my vision like a spall. High throbb'd my heart , * . I With aspiration Luna and her countless stars ' Ore w pale : a brighter li^ht now crimson'd o'er the east, ; And riicenu*, wiui nt* nery ueams, *toou lortu comesseu. Lofty an J noble thought* m y swelling soul engrossed. From these mute raptures soon my guide aroui'd me. " Make choice !" said he, " whate'er thou chooest, that l>e thine !" I I look'd areund upon the multifarious earth, Then cast a glance at heaven: no more I hesitate : " NoMe the earth is, with a 1 that it inhabit? Its mines of wealth, its roaring teas ; but not to these, ' Or aught it holds, does my ambitious heart aspire. The ardent soul no joy can find in earth's rich itorec, And cold reality but dims the fire within? Uive, O give me Heaven!" thus with rUing warmth I i spoke ; i " If distant vet from me?il infinite it be !" AVith dubious glance I look'd around ; the troubl'd i soul Found balmy consolation in the clear serene ( elestial joys now fill'd the heart'* sore-aching void : Desire grew dumb in full and infinite delight? ' And, in the ecstacy of wishe* full attained, 1 threw my outstretch'd arms aloft?the spirit fled? And with the sudden strong emotion I awoke. O Washington '. bad at thou the guiding Ueniu* been, Thou wouldst have taught me, in my dream, how, like thyself, Renown'd, admir'd, belov'd of all, I might become ! Court of aprclal Seaalona. Before the Recorder and two Aldermen. Ji lt 3.?Charles Wright, colored, charged with stealing a watch worth $10 from Timothy Miller, wa* adjudged guilty ,kand sentenced to be imprisoned in the I>enitentiary lor three months. William Pomerey, also colored, was next placed at the | bar on a charge of stealing a coat, which was handed to i him by the complainant to hold, while the latter engaged in a street tight Pomeroy wa* found guilty, and sent to liaok?*Ul Island for 4 months, John Campbell and John Thoma* were then placed at the bar for stealing a hand cart, for which offence they were each sent to the penitentiary for 3 month* William Hick*, colored, was next tried and found guilty of committing o violent aoault and battery upon ' Thomas Troy with a (ling shot or billey. Penitentiary 0 month*. I Margaret Campbell, was then placed at the bar on a 1 charge of having broken a glass lamp over the head of Rosanna Russell. She wa* adjudged guilty, and ten1 tenced to a fix month* residence on Blarkwell'* Ialand. 1 On leaving the court room in charge of an officer, aha diicoverea the complainant, Roianna Russell, on a seat 1 next ma floor, ana immediately seizea nar ny ma nair I with such firmn?H that several policemen, in attendI ance, with difficulty released har victim. For the last 1 offence, Margaret wai again placed at the bar and bookr ed for an additional six month* resilience on the iiland. The Mormons.?We understand by a gentleman who lives at Gallatin in Davies county, that a i moating ia to be held there to-morrow for the (election of suitable persons to visit the Mormon encampment above them, in the disputed territory between this State i j and Iowa, and to learn their poaition.there. and their obt jeet. The Mormons at flrst asked permission of the ! neighbor* to stop a few days to rest their cattle. 8trong bodies of armed men continued to arrive till the toil> I grants amount te some MXX) They have fields in cultii | vation?one 1 -WO acres- another 7i 0, and soon in size. 1 They are building houses and begin to prophesy that they i have got to the premised land. vVe also learn by a gen1 j tleman direct iron Independence, that the Mormon l I emigrants who are on the way beyond there, were in liaite taget the surt of our emigrants?some of their 1 1 boxes,marked " dry goods,''were examined and found to contain only ammunition: and it is generally believed there, that the Mormons will join the Indians and Mexicans. and endeavor to rob our emigrants and traders who - . have valuable effects. Two hundred mounted voluui | teers are hastening in advance to the scene of difficulty, and from another article in to day's paper, it will he per, ceived that we need ail the troops we can get for the ' u e- J;.: L'. <1~?11 . OKUia r 9 *jiwuuuu. uvi uai rcvurut'a to th? 8tate, satisfied that he would be an especial object of their assassination. It is generally known that h? t recovered almost miraculously wmc years ago, from the wounds of a whole buck shot load, discharged thrMMh > the window, m U believed by tha ootcrloui Q, r. M/jtln-?ll ?Okttrw Ntwt Sporting Ihtrlllpnre. TWt Yacht lUci Yiirtntit-The yacht 3) Ml and | J 'Cygnet failed ye?terday at 10 o'clock for $340 ajide The i Sybil i? owned by Mr. C. Milljr, end the Cygnet by Mr. : . D. L. Snydan. Ther ('ailed from the utual ground, off J the Klysian Fields, Hoboken. At about a quarter after j ten o'clock, A. M ; previously thsv hy It anchor off tho c station with their sail* furlfiifc VVbSu the aigiul was giv- I a, the Syhll w inded round, had her arlchoi up, fttils unNrlad, ninl Wat symti jlitf Jnri'l beionl Cygnet, era the latter made rail. The'distance was round the Ligji . Ship and back, n*ar upon P'J miles, The rfccp was well contested throughout, go mitrh M. that tlib?t "rliw actompeni'd tbum In btiiat yachts and fast sailing clippers, could not tell up to the last minute which was likely to be the winuer. The wind was favorable, a good breeze blowing, and the whole distance was made by the Cyg- ; net in about six hours, beating her opponent by about three minutes They reached the station, 00' Hobokcn, 1 at about a quaij^r after four o'clock. Brooklyn Intelligence. j Accidckt to the u. 8. Dar Dock, Brooklyn.? I We learn that a serious accident occurred at the United , States Dry Dock, at Brooklyn, last evening. About a ! half an hour after the men had quit work, the water | from the river forced its way uuder a portion the cof- | tar dam. (about 30 feet] long.> and filled up the pit in i twenty miautes. This past of the dam was made by j (lrivmir two rows of pilus fourteen feet Apait, anlal>out foity f?it long. The wuter forced its way under these , piles, and leit them standing in a vertical position, just I uathey were driven. The extent of the damage cannot ! vet be ascertained, but it is thought that it will be from three to five thousauJ dollars, and may be repaired in a month or six weelts. The workmen employed on the ; tiork were promptly collected, and have been most of the night employed in securing tho work from further accident. ( Police Intelligence. . Grand Larceny.?Officer Sawyer, of tho 3d Ward, ar- j rested yesterday a man called Jeremiah Douglas, on j suspicion of stealing a gold watch, valued at $70, a black frock coat, two pair ol boots, and a dollar in change, valued in all at $93, the property of Mr. Augustus Bedford, . N(J. 1*21 Wat ran street. Committed for examination. Pairing Counterfeit Coin.?A man called fcbene/.er 1 Jones wii arrested last night on a charge of passing a counterfoil quaiter of u dollar upox Couklin Seamen, < No.Sl Avenue D. Locked up for examination. I . Charge of Rape ?A young Irish girl by tha Dame of Bridget Flynn, engaged a cabman called John Harry- i < man, to take her to the upper end of Greenwich street | on Thursday afternoon, instead of wnich he carried her j over to Hoboken, and while there, emmittod an out- ! rage upon this poor girl, and afterwards brought her back to this city under promise of marriage, placed her in a low hoarding home, anil remained with her that night, and in the morning left her deititute Upon the information of thii diabolical transaction being communicated to Captain McGrath, of the 6th Ward, that efficient officer very socn arrested the accused, who was locked up for examination by Justice Drinker. Jin Impnttor.?A young man who said he was from New Orleans, has been applying for relief to several respectable Catholic families in various parti of the city, and obtaining alms, and when in the nouse he would watch an opportunity to steal auy article of value he could lay hia hand upon. Yesterday thii scoundrel obtained admittance to the house of Mr. John Mullen, No. ! 90 Bayard street, and, after obtaining iome assistance, | stole a musical box valued at $15, which was missed a short time alter the rascal left, but too late,unfortunately, I to procure his arrest. Embexzlement by a Clerk.?Officer W. H. Stephens, 1 of the police office, arrested a young man by the name of Plumer D. Evans, clerk in the employ of A. T. Newell, j dry goof's merchant, No. 135 Spring street, on a charge : of embezzling goods of an indefinite amount, at various times, amounting to $60 and upwards, consisting of silk, , hose, shawls, handkerchief*, scarfs, &c , Sic. A portion of the property was recovered by the above vigilant offirer at two dillerent stores in Greenwich street, where i they had been left for sale by the accused. Committed. ] ; Saved in Time.?A colored man, just from sea, called j Sylvester Hill, about half seas over, was arrested upon the Five Points last evening, by officer Prince JohM Davis, in the company of several notorious thieves, who had huddled around him to pick his pockets. On being brought up before Justice Osborne, and ordered to be searched, $05 was found on his person, which was taken charge of by the authorities until he became sober and able to taku proper care of it. He may thank his lucky ; tars that the Piince was so near at hand. Burglary?The confectionary store occupied by Mr. ' George K. Percival, No. 33J Mailison street, was burglariously entered by some scoundrel and a quantity of the j best sugar and candies stolen therefrom, and not contented with that, but they must let the soda fountain loose, which emptied itself all over the floor. No arrest. Palj Jllto Wy/e of Hair Cutting.?A young German by the name of Frederick llaag, residing at No. 66} lleade street, came hurrying into the Police Office yesterday j morning, with a Jace as long as a horse, greatlyjexciteu, and presented his head to the magistrate, and certainly it presented a very droll appearance. His hair, it seems, i was once quito long, but by the aid of scissors and the artistical taste of the operator, his head would have made quite an attraction for the Museum. A little tuf. of hair was left on each side of his head just above the ears, a piece likewise on the forehead, and a creak of hair from the crown of the head to the neck, representing a Chi- i nese tail, so that every time he moved his head he cut the most laughable ant grotesque figure imaginable. Tho rest of the hair was just as close as the scissors could cut it This was done it appears by a by a brother shopmate, w ho had vblunteered to trim up his associate for the 4th of July. Justice Drinker, however, took the complaint against the operator, Carle Doller, for malicious trespass, and the accused was arrested and held to bail for trial. .Irrett of Billy Cox ?Billy Cox, the notorious panel thief, was arrested yesterday by officers McDougal aad Frisby, of the 5th w.ird, on a warrant issued by Justice Drinker, on a charge of vagrancy, having no visible meant ot obtaining a livelihood. r?ent to tne penitentiary for six months. Stealing a Watch.?James Loyd was arrested yesterday, charged with stealing a wntch worth $3, belonging to Henry H. Johnson, No. 57 Monroe stieet. Locked up for trial. Court of Common Pleas. Refor?) Judge Derby. Ji'lt 3.?Jonts vi. Clark.?This ciuse, which has occupicd the Court for three days, was given to the jury yesterday. Healed verdict on Monday morning. Movement* of Travellers. The arrivals yesterday were equally numerous as the preceding days, as the following abridged extract, from the respeotive registries, will testify American.?W. (Joodall, J. Norton, C. Wood, H. Brigham, Savannah; II. Burn<, Baltimore; 8. Kldridge, Philadelphia; J. Jenkins, 8outh Carolina; S. Phillips. Philadelphia: T. Drayton, 8. Carolina; Lieut George Crogan, W. wallaro, Phila; J. Coffin, Charleston; W. Burdge, New Brunswick; T. Ilill, Baltimore; Lieut j Ord, U. 8 A. Ajtor ?Rev. J. Morriso-\ Cincinnati; Sir James Hope, I B. A., Canada; James Maxwell, Jamaica; J Stevens, i Charleston; K. Sul.ers, Georgetown; J. Cotter, Phila; . Captain Barton, N. Oileans; J. C. Reeves, Phila.; Mr. twen, New Orleans; J. Curlier, Montreal; H. Hopkins, Baltimore; James Tuthill, Mobile; T. StansAeld, Eng- 1 land; C. Walker, S. Carolina; W. Kerr, Penna., C. Schoffer. Charleston; C Shrover, Maryland; James Barbour, Kentucky; J. Arhu?h Coyle, Washington: J. Broadhead, Boston; Mr. Sherman, Albany; T. Child, Penna ; C. Axon. ( harleston. Citv.?His Excellency Governor Wright, and suite; J. Palmer, Brandywine; L. Hichoh, C. Mason, Iowa; H. Hanitin, Boston; F. M Lewis, Philadelphia; J. Knight, Mississippi; J. C. Tichett. Kentucky; A. Davenport, ! Cambridge; Jos. Horsh, Richmond, V'a.; W. Kliis, Va ; O. W. Pomeroy, N. V. Howard?A. Dunbar, Natchez; Hon. Job Pierson, Troy; J. Childs, Salina; H Barrett, Conn.; C. Keeler, Hyde Park, L. Camdron, Troy; J. Dayfoot, Canada; R. | Smith, George Perkins, Baltimore; W. Horton, Alabama; | H. Childs, Pittsburg; W. Blevins, Alabama; C.J. Minor, Va.; J. Gay, Florida: Mr. Anson, Penna.; W. Harsh, Phila.; H.Jackson, Washington; Jos. Buir, Phila.; C. Botelar, Washington, 8. C.: T. Sampson, Baltimore. Krakkli*.?Mr. Goodwin, Paterson; W. Tait, Kentucky; J. Baxter, Ohio; J. Norton, Lyons; Gen. P. Van 1 Courtland, Poughkeepsie; A. M. Sherman, Newburgh; K. Sprague, Baltimore; A. Bostwick, *8. C.; A. Teny, Geo ; H. Grant, Ithaca: H. Hvder, Southport; E. Foster, Albany; C. Bunting, Ohio; J. Tarlton, Conn.; O. Bedwell, Philadelphia; J. Richardson, Conn.; George Wei- 1 by, Kentucky. Importation or America* Whi?t.?Application having been made to the Canadian government to permit the ' importation of Ameiican wheat lor grinding, uiuerhond, j the Inspector General answered that under the circumstances under which was enacted the Provincial Acts 6 : Vic Ch. 3d, and which the bill introduced this session, if i sanctioned by the Imperial Government, will materially | affect, it has not been considered expedient to advise | His Excellency to anticipate the course which the home | government may think fit to adopt Cheap Bread and Indignation. July 3, 1846. ! Dear Sir?I wrote you the 1st of J uly, a letter in j reply to your unjutt article, on bread and Bakers | ot that duy, in place of giving it, or its purport one j incertion, this morning, you say, in spite of any ' assertions to the contrary, Dread is yelling at the 1 | f une price now. that it was when flour selling nt > 8 U 1(1 $ per Bbl. Now I will be short this tune, j and I sny without scruple you are as unjust as you are Ignorent of what you are writing about. It" I i did not think the herald was not nearer right on j other occasions, I should not have taken, it lor the ' 1 last 6 years, but you ask who will sell, (no you say give) us cheap bread. You would give the names i to the public, but here are some Jas Bridges, nouuon si oj ids jor is oonseii, no J nurperilo | ; this is three in one st Jno Theall & R. Flanagan i I boutb in grand st Jas Goodman <3c six or seven j others in Delancey st two in reade st one or two ! in Beekman st Allen in Sullivan st Jai Gilfillen do, any of tbo above are giving more bread for i one shillg Than a Family can make for that mo' ney if the buy the Flour and bake it themselves 1 but sir I am under the impresion ) oil would like I me to pay lor those communication in your i>ap?r, I this I would be willig todoo hut I liavlong o?*tie a | subcriber, anil have paid many dollar* f??r adverl tisements, and I *uposed you would at least tree; ted us wiih some ju.-tis if You was made acquainted with ihe subject Vou will find, that the bakrrs are r< gulated by law in the olty washuigton, i flour is rat. d ai 4| & the bake.s must ?iv 77 oz , for Six cis & 64 oi tor Is Nnw I dell You or any j others to sny if you cannot get more than thai in , this city, lor cue I care not one cent wether you j publish this or my last communication but You | shall not be the gainer in a dollars Jc cents vue, if Vn., *i/tt thai I Will SWI nro to. respectfully Yr* Faire Play. I IVIblo's Oudvn, -tta of J uly.?Wn- Hlblo r*tp?etfallT ioformi th? public that Mr. Mgc, th? eelebrat?d ?nd onriTiilled artiit in Firaworkt, is nrapariug pl*n- I did inhibition to b* ?ir?n on th? ?T*iiiuc or tht Anoirrrury : n( oar Nitiona) Indnponrituc* Tho Harel Family will |#tform ! r*n?tV of th?ir highly unuim* ?nt*rUinn>*uti. uid momm will h* (ptrri to e?|*bret? this flsrlomi 4%r m ? ChrtMle'* (>?lT*nle Curat I vr?. ? TIm render* of Electricity, the It!* it powtri >if Magnetism. M<1 He remedial ageaciea of Galvauiim, are lahjecti hating ai ntimale eoiinoiioa witli <4ch other, wd ihe form elhibiled it the taltanic appliances of Or. CllltlSTIE. i? belieied ne highest state or cicatiflc improvement The Galvanic liugl and Magnetic Kluida'c the simplest application ; i he nodlfieetici of Uie Gilvauie Bil^, Biidi, Bracelets, ttrenftlieiiing Plaeters, let., Co?t?ia Uicreaied power, and no jomplamt v% Inch the mysterious sti ut of tiah amain csn afect will fail to b? permanently relieved. The only Agency n New Vorkforlhe ga mine ancles. is at No. 1112 ITioa a?i>-, between John sliCet and Maiden. In c. wdgilt'l Indian Ve^rtai?u~I?lj^, In Midi* ion to oeing one ol the best ami.bilious medicinea m he world, possess apowej 'UttjBvujc w hich u truly i?u>i??i^!?;. i-oUTOTHT# laiu Tiiuiaii vegetable Pills, taken 'Ten* night ou going to bril, will, in a short time, cinl'letely id the body ofthose morbid humor* which, if lodged in the iver, are the cause of paiu in the ?ide. sometimes extending hrough to the shoulder blade; difficulty of breathing, nausea ind sickness. lo?s of appetite, costiveness. i "iiuestmn, H^tu eucy. swarthy or yellow complexion, and other symptom* of in luNamraatioii or torpid atate of the liver. Wright'a Indian Vegetable Pilla also thoroughly cleanse he atomach and bowel* of all bilioua humors and other impurity; and therefore are a certain cure for colic, dysentery, :holera morbua. and eTery other disorder of the intestines. rtier alao aid and improve digestion. and conaenuently give lealih and vigor to the wholeTiame, aa well u drive disease* ir every name trom the Doay. Cactiom.?It should be remembered that Mr. Samuel Kred, if Baltimore: Mr. Joliu Diion, of Eaaton, Pa., and Messrs. Browning fc. Brothers, of Pliilsdelphia, are not agents of ours, uid as they purchase no Wright s Indian Vegetable Pills at pur office, we cannot guaranty as genome any medicine that liev may hare for ??le. The only security against imposition is to purchase from 10 person unless he can show a certificate of agency, or at the Office and General DeiH>t, No. KM) Greenwich street. New fork WILLIAM WRIGHT. Marmauoii of Um Ufelu MJ*?i. Placet. Si at* of Hivtr. Cincinnati, June 36 3 feet 8 inohes. wheeling, Judo 3 10 feet 'ittiburg June 23 3 feet 6 inches. Louiaville, June 35. ,v 6 feet. 6 incbei. II 1 JUO.MBY 1*1 ARK KT. Friday, July 3?A P.M. The market this morning opened with ?ome Utile firmness, and continued to the cloie without much variation. Opeiations, however, were not very extensive, owing to Jie fact that many had left the city to fpend the Fourth ?lse where. The book* of the Norwich li Worcester are close-1 until the 6th init. The transaction* in mo nay were not large. Annexed are the <1 vidend* ju*t declared by the bank* in New Haven nm Banks. per cent. Capital. Am't of Div. H?lu 4 $361,800 $$H.i9? Mechanics' 4 1-6 300,000 12,500 City 3X 600,000 17.500 New Ilaven Comity.... 4 502,500 20.100 Total $1,667,300 $64,663 The following it the Treuurer'i statement, showing the amount at hit credit in the various banks holding public deposites, and the mint, by return* received to Monday, June 39, 1846; the amount for which drafts have been issued, and were then unpaid; and the amount then remaining subject to hi* draft; showing, also, tlie amount ?f future tranifer* to and from certain bank*, as ordered t>y the 8ccretary of the Treasury. Monthly Statement or the TREASiraEB or the United States D'Jlt heretofore d'wn. *9mo't on ? of paid Aw't on In wKat place. Deposit, tko' jrble, DraJI. Mechanics' and Traders' Bank, Portsmouth, N. H 7,325 ? 7,323 Bank of Burliugton 7,864 2.000 3,164 City Bank. New Haven 5,160 5,150 ? Merchants Bank, Boston 1,245.887 188,057 ],061.829 Slate Bank at Morris. Morrist'wn 45,000 ? 45,000 Arcade Bank, Providence 32,805 1,197 31,607 Farmers' and Mechanics', Hartford. Conn 31,815 636 31,17$ I). Leek Co's Bank, Buffalo 51,710 ? 51,710 Brooklyn Bank, Brooklyn 64,000 ? 61,000 Mechanics' and Farmers' Bank, Albany 164,065 1,507 162,557 Albany City Bank, Albany 165,304 ? 165,304 Commercial Bunk, Albany 195.000 ? 195,1'OO Canal Bank, Albany 100.000 ? 100,000 Bank of Commerce, New York. 832,148 95,675 736,473 Bank of America. New York.... 668,423 17,365 651,057 Bank of the State of New York... 925,546 96.098 829,448 Mechanics' Bank, New York... 824,964 177,200 617,763 American Exchange Bank, N. Y. 4t>5 008 139,099 335,909 Merchants'Bank, New York.... 751,332 197,156 551.176 North River Bank, Mew York... 618,495 104.170 531.324 Philadelphia Bank, Philad 209,041 52 899 216,141 Ba ik of Commerce, Philad 288,846 4.317 284,529 E*chance Dank. Pittsburg 182.684 19,960 162.723 Bank of Middletown, Mid'letowu 45,525 ? 45,525 Bank of Erie, Pa 28,5 )8 2,327 26,311 Chesapeake Bank, Baltimore., .. 242,693 82 342,611 Bank of Washington, Washington 10.780 ? 10.780 Bank of the Metropolis 33,086 7 33.079 Patriotic Bank. Washington. .... 14,760 ? 14,760 Corcorau and Riggs, Washington 466,663 655 <66 "27 Wsnk of Potomac, Alexandria.... 10,146 ? 10,146 P" irmers' Bank of Virginia, Richmond 57.140 ? 57.146 Bvik of Vireiuia 103,708 6,157 97,551 Exchange Bk of Virginia, Norfk, 90,638 7,871 82,767 Branch Bank of Virginia, Fred'g. 2.968 ? 2 9>8 Branch Uk ofCape Fear, N. C... 13.171 5,197 7,974 8. W. R. R. Bank, Charleston.... 170,86 1 27,339 143,525 Planters' Bank, Georgia,Savan'h. 86.628 6.220 80,407 Bmk of Mobile, Mobile, Ala... 171,647 ;. 40,306 131,339 Do (Ala Banknotes) 5,353 ? ' 5,353 Bank of Louisiana, N. 0 2,153 2,133 300 Canal Banking Co., N. Orleans... <44,319 1,163,185 ? Farmers' ana Mechanics' Bank, Memphis, Tennessee 26,483 ? 26,483 Union Bank ol Tennessee, Nashville 64,ff7? 44,036 20,$i2 Louisville Savings' Insurance, Louisville 87,481 39,739 47,753 The O. L and Tr. Bank, Ciiin... 161,887 20,287 135,600 Clinton Bank, Columbus 85,662 25,901 59,761 Firemen's Insurance Company. Cleveland, Ohio 28,302 141 38,231 Bank ofNorwalk, Norwalk 13 13 ? Wisconsin In. Co,, Mil waukie.. 129,37 1 4.158 135.313 Bank of.Missouri. St. Louis 590.902 437.(40 1.13.463 Michigan Ins. Co. Detroit 189,713 37.270 152,44} Branch Mint N.Orleans, L?. .... 38,000 35,000 3.000 Suspense account of outstanding drafts $782 59 ? 782 ? Mint of Philadelphia ? 549,761 ? 549,761 Branch Mint of Charlotte, N. C. 32.000 ? 32,000 Branch Mint ai D?hloiiegha,Oa.. 30,000 ? 30,000 Branch Mint of UB, NOrleans.La 203.233 ? 303.238 $12,464,808 3,014,630 9,890,066 Dednet over drafts .suspense acco. and transfer* 579,748 Nat amount subject to draft $9,310,258 T*an*rcn* OaorkKD. From Merchants' Bank, Boston, Maxsachusett* $$00,000 From Brooklyn Bank. Brooklyn 5,000 From Mechanic*' and Farmers' Bank, Albany 35,000 From Albany City Bank, " 95,000 From Tansl Bunk, " 60.000 From Rank of Commeroe, New York, 130,000 From Bank of America. " 130.000 Krom Bank of the State of " 34a 000 From Mechanic*' Bank, " 80.000 From American Exchange Bank, New York.. 100,000 From Meichanta'* Bank, " 100 000 From North River Bank, " 64,000 From F Harmony'* Nephew* kfo.'a Bank. . . 70,000 From Philadelphia Bank, Phila , Pa. 70.000 From Bank of Commerce, " 8J000 From C orcoran It Rige*,Wa*hington, D.C.... 13,600 From Wi*con?in Marine and Fire inturance Co , Milwaukie. W T 97,000 From Michigan Insurance Co., Detroit. ..... 87,000 From Mint of tbe U. 8., Phila 60.000 Total $1,816,600 TaA^ircai Okderid. To Mechanic*' and Farmer*' Bank, Albany, New York 30,000 To Albany City Bank, " " 37,000 To Canal Bank, " " 63,000 To Merchant*' Bank, New Tork 6,000 To P. Harmony'* Nephew* li Co.'*, New York 70,000 To Corcoran (t RIkk* 90,00# To Bank of Mobile, Mobile, Alabama 190,000 To the Canal and Banking Company, New Orlean*, Louiiiana 1,063.600 Total $1,466,6T0 It will be perceived by thi* itatement, that over twelve hundred thouiand dollar* have been ordered to Mobile and New Orleana, to be tubject to the order* of the Paymalter* of the army. We learn that *ix hundred thousand dollar* ol thi* amount recently left the city, in gold, for tbo transportation of which the government paid fix thousand dollars, or one per cent It itrike* u* that three or four thousand dollar* might have been naveri, If the government had deapatched the treasure in charge of ome of the irovernment ofHrer*. nf emnlnvinv agent* in Wall (treat to do the work. Old Stock Kicttann. 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Mr. Jehnitone, Mr. CoanKi.iv* K Stttoh. of Naw York, to \ ia< Cl?*a B , daughter of Mr. D. 8. Gegory, of tba former pla<-e Uled. i Yeiterday, Mr Richard Whit*, for manr year* member of tha public preta. a native of Kngland, aged AO year*, deeply lamented hy all hi* fr.end*. Tha funeiiil will take place on Sunday morning at 10 o'clock, from hi* late reaideoce, .No 190 White atreet. On tho 2'1 inctant, Sarah, wife of O. K. 8i*tail 1 he funeral will take place thia morning at 10)< o'clock, from tha raaidence of her mother-in-law, No. 94 Prince atreeL On Friday, 3d inat, Almira B. daughter of Wm. H. u4 rhaihe A. Hebbard, aged 4 month* and 13 lay*. Tba friend* and acquaintance* of t la family are r? apactfully Invited to attend tha fuLoitl Uu* afantao* M ? oM, ft9m No 04I'alinnay iw?v

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