clothe* Ukty hadcn.^The baik received ao injury. Bnio Smith held, (of ProeideoceJ B ?fc~r?from fhififiT pltii fi?r Bos">u, wM ? le. tn* down Delaware <?n the tlrh i'?., wurua into whn? <?IT Bomba\ II k. hv ; NTtw York actte ocer. a-.d win entirr!. diam?ateu evrcpt h* r lower mast*. haJ bulwark* and rail itirivdtw^v.kc. la atteiuptiuif t" ?e: bicW f ?r ep-irs. ?heg.?t a?Horeou Pea Patch Island, wh? re she retm-iutd 'ill the 14th le iliti* soot. A .lrr mh.or ho* been em Torio h ?il liti i<IF, iuf i; was thought ahe wo?Id hare to be lightened. AaaNDaNTD.?Skip Zephyr, at Boston, oo the 2.1 iu?t, lat li N, hm 9 Yy, ptiftt-d n)r utfiide the wreck of a 5 rii< ofahout l.W V n* iuilf'l waiei; could loC dine em her name?hydeenin t i t <ii?ia inn a. Iohl' til- *, j?s r.h* *as covered oeer with barnacles; h*J ffeen hu'w^ks ir>?id*tc<) hijfh qu jrter 'leek?loaded liWe tui K ittera ressel; to much ae* on could not board her. SfiirJ'allknd* r, Nasoi, from Palermo, for New Orleans wa1' ..It K"v We?t 10th h.at?procured some fruit and sailed tauio day for deitontiou. ?7"* We are indebted to tha Charleston Courier for slips. Wtialemen* An : Stoniiiifton, July ?0, bur* United States, Sterens. with LiiO wh, ?i?oo lb? hone, to Johu F Trumbull. ttep rt? Feb, Cabiuef, 8tn?>, 1200 bbU Mch Ti*er. 9ton,2000 bl l? Hco?i.oid. Nantucket. 700 up. , The U 8 tailed in n inpanv with the Hiberuia, Smith, NL, for hooM . in Mtrch, with 1800 l<bh _ A r at NBedt'oiri, 20th. shi;? Marcos, Taber, Pacific Oce*n, - ulr*a'?ue?M, April ?, 300 sp SCO wh oil, and 4000 lbs bone for Fair.u reu. T' ?* K nces at do. fnrther reports?LefY at T. Formo?n B i.k*. NB. 400 sp io?*0 wh; Citizen* Bailey, Nant. 400 so 1000 w1- (<ep March V0, 300 *p U000 w h) Mo.tU"o, Rnasell. do, 20?i hp l/oO wh, (rep Mch 25, 170 sp 860 wh); and others before reported. Ipuft?n< Ship ^Charleston, from Charleston for Vera Crux, July 9, olf ilor Tattle. *U,> >1?. che?ter, or New York, trom New Urleaus lor L.Iri r ii.il. Julv 17, lat 20, Inn TflW 3h?i> Taitsr, Webber, from New York, (May 12,) for Cantoil. -.lay >6 lat 31 N, lou 40 N. ? ? , . . ilsrk Edwiu, Kari.um, from New Orleans for Cork, July 3, oil' Loo Key, with 1< of fore topgallant matt. i?rg Elizabeth. Klburn. from Bangor for Barbadoee.l 6 days out. J<ti> 3D lat 24 10. iou I'. ?; Commaqutd, 4 days from Boston foi Honduras, Jul, 18. I..I 3?32 Ion 69 I W. B't" rhilip Hour. Mitchell, 38 (lava from Londonderry for N> w York, Ju'v 17,lat 42 30, ion 64 40. Brig ?upp>??d )? J K Dow. Merrymau, trom Havana, for r.a Mnrena, July 8, off Viatauz a 15ri|( Oceana. Holinns. from Philadelphia for Vera Cruz. Julv IS, lit 34 03, loo (1 22,1 day* out all well. Sch' .Manchester. 8 lays from Nassau for New York, July 16. lat 32 22 N, lou R# 30 W. SchrW C Bryant Dowdy, from St Thomas for Elizabeth City. NC, July 10. lat 36 20, lou 6# 30. July 31, 30 miles east of Fire Island, spoke bark Chenango, of Bait)more. 41 days from L uidoudeiry bound to rhiladelrh.a ; aaiae day, hng Swau, from Boutou bound to do?by the pilot bout Jacob Ball. Kuvelgn Porta. BaniiADota, June 27?Arr l>rigs Carte ton, Percey, from Calais; 26th, Cyrus. Knowltou, from Eastpo t, 24th, Sebra, Helk iugtou, from Belf at; Sandwich, Wheldeu, from East port; 23d Ida, .vtcMurrie, do; 22d, bermudi, Coraou, Irom Baltimore; schr Aichibald.Thurtow, from Cslais. I aPK Town, CU H. May 7? In. port, bark Lag ranee, Lewis, from Boston, for East Indies, soon. Ci bscoa, July 3? lu port, achr Forest King, Keliy, for N York, about Ittli. Gi.asoow, July 2? Bnrk Nashua, KUaats, for I'liiladel. 8. L is Hon , June 22 bark Lydia Auu, Ealing, for Rio Janeiro, 2 days. Maiiif.l, Cuba, Jury 9?In port, bark Hio, Cornell, for Boston, 3 dn> s. MiTistts. July 8 (beck date.)?In port, with others, bark Walter, R n,kin, fm Qui way, ldg; Gleaner, Smith, for owes next dn\, (anotheraco'inrrfftys sailed 7tli;) Hecla, Winchester, for New York,next weekjGeji Or-eue. Snow, wt?; Spir lau, < ook, do; Richmond, Bartlett, fir New Orleans next din ; Priuceiou, Reed for Cowes, two davs; Lciauto, Hagar, (or do, ldg: Or gs Salisbury, Cdlby, unci (hasbeen reported taken up lor Trieste,) sohru Isabella, R<by, fm Ch'rlestwn, do- Mar Stuart,??, discharging; Topic, Browu, from Vera Crux, unee t in " Qvr.bt.u, July 17?Cl'd bark Peruviau, Boyd. Glasgow; hrip Mohwsh in> tuh, Nellis. hull; Minitower, White, Vminoutli, Ma y Tiffin. Harrisoij, Newcastle; Eleanor. Quirk, Aberr. atwi'h; ship Co umbia. Attriilge, Liverpool; ba.ks John Bell, '"a roll. New R?ss; Colnmbic, S m, Greenock; ship Lad; M'ltou, Ila.es, L.rerpool; bark Coiimhian, Cragtr* Giitxby ; hii 's Kn'h, Mowatt, Newcisile; Awe, 8'orev, Hull. Itith? ships Aberdeen, McOralh, Liverpool; Isabella. Codner, Dartin' ufli; Ma.garet. Black, t.iven sol; barks Ch'istiana, ICeuroa, Liverpool; Orlando Cockerill, Hull; Alcyone, otrick, I.iv> rmiol; Andiomeda, Pennath, Du'.dre; briga St George, Poo', Mnypon; Ehzibeth and Mary, Jackson, Swarsea. Sli-.mtA l.r.orsr, Juae 23-ln port, brig Oriental, from 8?.lem, ilisg, nouiid to wiudwsrd; Alleu, Williams, from do via Ri? Nunez d sg,unc; ?ld, brig Brazil, (of New York ) Bevaus, (from Havana.) bound to wiuilward. fr Choix, July 10?In port, bark Leboais. Thompson, (ol Bsngor.) lor Cm euhageii, 15 days; sclir Gold Hnnter. Mansfii'liT .ifant! for New Hav?n, same day; sld, Irom West End, 3d K. .* i. .?:i. t,' r?i. ..? n^.,i ..i... i . 8t Johns fit, July 6?In port, *chr Iri*, Simmon*, from Arcceibn, to finish la* for Bo< on Vbra Chux, July 7?lu port, ahips Rnni*, Rutherford; Sunn; K Howell. Bailey; b*rk* L> ?1 a Ruaik. just ?rr: H<'nr> KeUey, diajj; l)ouitl*ss. Wickham, \vt< order*: RW Wright, Co enan. do; Moix-a?, ??, uiic; briifi O?<:eola, Humli, wi* I'r.ltri: V ranci* Loid, Gladding, from Baltimore, do; H?ln? Mnen, Lour, di*;r: klector, Packard, do: Naratiskey, .Metc If, ilp; '''IJu'idu, ColiU-r, wiKurdrr*; Walcott, \ioote,diotf; Yelaaco, Bell, do; ?ehr Benjamin, Bigelow, do. Homo I'orti. Pavr MORE. July 22? Arr bntr Cambrian, Walter*, from I Lot.Ht ndcrr j, Ireland; achni J.ydio, Post, New Yorli; Qneon, O'idi.ur, Providence; *te.imer INaLl. Saw off the Wolf Tr*i> > briit allowing Cohen & K.itl'a ign'il?no doubt tho Can1! in, Wtl rr, fm Coik IheUH frigate Pototn.ie; from tlx Odtl'of Mexiro hu* ai rived in H tnptnn Road*. Cldbiig* A,t'? /.oii, Ofv Clin* hi, Gibraltar; Ariou, (Br) Vounj!, Belfast; kjil ><if urei Jan*, Norria, tor \Ve?t I.idiea; Boston, Niclr ' n, l'o>. >ii Bos ro>, Inly 81 ?A rr, *bip Zephyr, Leach, Cronst&dt Ma> , buk* ?nflon Lanuou. \ewp ,rt, Walea; Ooimi, Mayo, C:iui'le?toi, nth ii.?t \ Lawrence, FIowe?, Baltiinor'; brigs V. ia?e. tdveards, li?o Janeiro, 3J ult; C ochtco. 'Gilford, t lime: a, 3d inst; i'otoai, Ptteraon, Maiilaczt* 8th; Nitherov, Ruid II ariel; Caltu fa, Cla-k, Turki l*hmd; Piairie, Clark, Se? (Vleen-; t hociaw, More. Baltimore; Orole. (Jill, l'li I ; Kia.'t'liti Fliun, do; SVm M Roger*. Taylor, do; ib'a, I) 'k.do; B >sioi. Torr?y,do: ."laria, Rjrilei do; *cbrs W'iabiugton, (J.-kll, Washing on.NC; Marcin Phillips, d i; W?t*vix, Park; Keehnbir. Sa-'yer; Irtne, Hum*; ''ary, V tea; ^,ichii,'yi P*tter*on- Canary, Farnsworlli; Bets?- , R.c -.i-rt and Civilia.., Nichols, Fhila; Alle buiia. Alel)(ni.?J. do; Cr.mh iiUr, t aey: Osc-'ola, Kidrid^e, and Rising dun, Plu umer. Ni"?r \ ork t"!?i *lii,> Juo Curt rr, Knnpp, N?v 'Jr!e*u ; birki Auiol, (fr) Fr xer, St Ptephon*, NB, to Irid I'yr L'verji'ol; Nov Brlpgs. tl .llrt. Diila: b ig? Aitavrl)a, Vr'i.ii,|l is fnegoa; Denmark. Cuahinr, rlctou; Topliff, McO .( li, I'hila; Huwjtnd, Oi'e?, do; Alpbag<\'Brown. do; Pc id, It.udiur.do; r-hr* Ninttlu. J m Cherry Phila; Anaconda, (irlnin, Nf <r York; Nr.* ioik. (loc J*;ll, ,?io; ( a,pliar.ee, Cr? veil. do. B i'k t'.inm.i Uadoni, W.c ly, f?t Cape of'J pi H e. w k. preiuratini) to clear, 'ild.aliipi A Ileum an ;'i;e; li i.ks L.iura, Ailiol; liriK Arci elam, Salter, Anu ind. le. D \ rit. Julv I'l??iu, img t.ornelit, wincrieli, lluaiia'oiipe. (hulkitjn July 19?Arr ?chr John Hiitnu", Pint hi, Nn* V" k. 1H1I1, arr*l-ip Soii'.h Carolina, White, New V.""k; talk Ne i'l > , Kcr West; f-p btiz CUue, Alsiua, II v v?? u; b.ic < hamiiou, Chandler, New Vork; eld, nclir Coinman :<>dl?-y. Jlnainn. l?tii, ?'r ship Sot tun, Gslloway, .N y<vk i .irk KdwarJ, Uulkle), Jo; brig Maiy Adeline, Coi>e, New York. Htumi. July 2"?In port jrhra Louisa, Chase, and A M. - 'mil, ' lis it, im Doatr.n for N V#rk. iVuHti.E. July li?Arr ship Hector. Pos', New Yoik: bark Zenoli i, Km- wilton. fto ? G.ilreiton; brig Token, Hi dtr, Im Boston; sell a (lean Wave. Winter. NOrteans; Dora, Boyh'ch. <lo. rt rah. Kroger, do: eld. *hi|i Hock iitham, I'enliall.iw, )' r H vie; lit b ik British American, Miles, for Liver pool; bin Gun W orth. Wit!tun, Co Baltimore. Nkw Bkdi'oid, Jul/ -'i>?Arr sclir Adams, Baker, Balti m.re. NrTTBt'HTPOIlT. July M?S|d, barks Panchitn, Pierse, Porto Rico; sr hi Geo Ik Lm ly, Niekeiauu, Baltimore, (arr ut Boston ? " < day 1 Nf.w OkLaasi, July 13?Arr ?hip? Diana, Windaor, Boston; brig Kranres Amy, Grai.bv, Veil ? ruz; iclir A'eiandcr. Hammond Raitao Island, (Hand); below, one sh p, one liaik I Id, shiii Pli .rsalia, Allen, Liverpool; Tal'abasiee. B ;odntx. Nt w ymk: Union, Wib'sy, do, Waldron, Moore Liverpool; burl- bulUn, Svatre, Loudon: brigs Telegraph, (Br) Yiung, K'n.ston. Ja: Cnryl, Shickford. Ilav.itia: schrs Mary Caroline, Willing, Prnnroli; Martha, Collies, do: Xileoni, Ulr) Wninwrvht B"mu,li: Henry Plun'a^n et. Caio, Pensacolii; Lois, Million, do; I hoi B Udtll, Kteuch, dj. Noiipjlk, July 21?Arrsclus Ann, I hillsps; Iowa, Hyler, Th'tnuion. Pt.rMOtiTH, July 17?Art schrs Adelaide Philadelphia; 18tb Bi'ds. II de, siw York rud 19th lor Dennis; lfitli, t.inulons, Howes, do; 20th. Bride, Pie?ey, do, Portlami, July 2ii?Arr bark* .Vlary Lowell, Mataii7'i>; Diligenee, Woodbury, Cardenas: i-rig Oar.line, lleaid. 1I0; schm Msr>, Tief> then, Norfolk; Judith, Plunders, Ba'igor for < adeur?; Morning Star, P.tterson, do for Matanzts: Mury Klizabm.li, \iri?ilT, Machias for NVork. P*oviiiem-k. July 20?Arr srhis Jamea Hand, Wearer, Philadi lphii: Jnbe* L White, Corsou.do; I9h, arr actir I)ela nue, Coke-, Philadelphia Sai.i- , July 20?Arr tchra Ganges. Horn, and Bay State Clark. Philadelphia. Old, brig Tain u'^hanter, K anrks, W Coast of Af ica. WlLMlNUTOIt, Julv 19?Krr achr Ar/tf, '"ook, for St Domingo; >7, arr m-lii* J D Jones Suites, NYork; K 8 Powell, Powel, do; bug Lisbon, Finch, Newport; 18 h, brig Patriot. Snow, n .u, <11.1 v.,.1, c?..i_.11 r...1.-... n,i. .1.11...... 8m Fli'wer, Cniwrll. Philadelphia; Louis Walsh, Cousins Be Domingo; achr Joliu Tyler, Knowlei, Aux Cayei. nsammss l - ? ?? FIFTV DOLLARS KK'VARD? Loat, yesterday after ooon, 2 id iiiht , in gains from .North Hiver H.ink, throntfl) Greenwich, Murray and West ?treeta, to 20! Weil i.trert. e mor rco w t;I't, containing ab.?m $330 moatly city money ? Alao, VV tili p?n Rauford'a check I'oroi.e hundred dollar',, No tied Jui.e 'J. Awnj the bill* ware oneJlOO Bank >fComni 'Cr.and ?ereral $20'a Norili i irer B*' k. The puMic are cauti 'iird aKamat negotiating for the check, aa the jia meut is uo,'(m J A lie lindrr will rtcive the above leward by leaving the * iile* a id co itenu at 202 West at. j JOHN PQUIKH. CH V ii'lON ORUltfc OK CLKVe-R KKLLOWS.ISO 1 ICt".? V meeting will be held on Sunday afternoon, Jit.iust., at 3 o'clock I* iVl., atthe e room, runout*! atteudn>" f ii requested of erary meinlier, ?a business of luipoitauce will be trait-acted; and also make suitable arrangement for < Oo'il ion eiritoion, lu take lace in about two weeks. B\ ord.rof O* () B. WOOLDRIOt.. Uiaud Coumel. M?m'? Kkiu, him V. C JaM?.s Vlr'/ow*w. Second V C. Jy23 3r*re ANK.V VOVfL IV J i.VlKS.?HUS8KLL, a lale of the reifn ol Clnrlea II; by O. P. R. James, will be public e.i thi day Tru e 26 cents. The Knight 'lOwiui.e, by Oat. Lerer; complete, 2i c:t?. t >'rtnliir?.i'a L .re, by VV m Cxrletoo. frier 23 renta LouialheF' ur ee th by Mitt IUrrfoa; 2d |r-rt. JO rents. W.ih all ilia new and cheau uljlic iliont For sale b\r jv il It'm UKRKORt) h < 0,2 Aator Hune WAH? VAR?>V i K?Th? ^celebrated Chiue-iT KtiermoMt >r ia *ufc deatn :o Klies and Mu?|uitoe*, A >u, Roaches Icc Are yon troubled with aiif of the shore f Try a ?li ?r ot'lis* I* x'ermii ator, a cheap, bat sure remedy. 'J hi ??.*iimenr w ill i o?t v< u onW eenta. We hare t'iad it, and know if lo he the beat article i-rer offered in our city. It c.'n nr nnii zji r* ? i lira or* ",r.r" "nn fifty men and b >fi witttfd to ifll Hi Iruin $1 to $.1 l^nijy cm l>e m.de. Applt a* abo?e.t J i ^ ',r m T O H'KSTKIV M K.K< HA NTS.?A yoiior MM, thcr loUK ilv a< imii.tc.i wi'h the dry gord? tnde ana the >< * Yorl' in n'irt?* good judge o! *oud*,an'J an experienced buyer, won'd like to make an arraftjrrre'it with one or n.orc weateru Ii nu?*. u puich.i<*-r, &c.? t ill refer t?? tome of the firal li n ??i i tb? rity. A line addrra^rd to "Jacqn.rd. Ha MO Fo?t oUire, to'.iiic where an intemew may be had, will meet tie tM-n^ _ _ jvit3 t'-'if. D( JO.MC8, UU.M'Ibl, l?U brouiwy, coir T of Maiden I,mit mat rta teetli nnd ? ir'anUttiem a* good M the namt J no-t for bit in;; and nm?ric ition.' A Complete il mlili net of Deal Mineral Teeth, on ll'u gold |i|?ten . %M M A et"f t<e?t Mi itr.-l Teeth, on line cold plate firth' ttiu.er jtw, to be *ofnby nttnoiphertc pieaanre , $1(1 (10 Ri'inln tee ill from $1 00 to J.'i I n JyJJ It'ni Dill" 1 nfoRK AT mHJDI.ETO WN, CO.NPf.'?Ore of tl?- beat retail Diujt utore? in the Htate of Connecticut ia now r (l r?il f <r aala. To ti peraou capable of romlnctiii* ;he hnai'iex an nviu/ a amaU nm unit of mean*, thialturr offtia iniuy adra> t >^ea to the oiirSaaer A ?.>lu.iMe leaae fit fi>? year* wi I be axa^-ned. Th- ato'e hu had a new fruait pin iu thu Mmtnir; the new railroad connecting Midillerown with the e'tjr o( N-w Y.rk, v ,11 aoon be iu operation, ?nd the " bridge qiiettioii" liu been a< citkd i i f.tror f Mtddktowu? all .1 '?hich will teudii thia ?tor? valuable to a peiaon underat uiiliiitt the buaiueaa. Apply either by letter or perar naily. to SAMUEL b;>W.NK, Drtiggiat, )WOt re lohn atre, i. N? w Vork. KIlu .ilUN N f.K WA*KKK hVKLI*.?Tl.ia in* iron |ng In linn V'gciaile Wood Hegeuenitnr, long i>n,i,.dered ti e great aecretorihe Koreat of ti,e Kar Wrat, al great expniae, ia now bro'ight before the public, and for ?le by the d> < ifle liottl., or in >od? water, at No. 71 Fultou atreet jyfJJt O-iWlC I % JJroadway, ? Umi aollecii ^ iireefrrSljjl W. Oaibnith. ftu oolltcuflM cnniuuM Ike most mmwWI bird* i-f the United Sulci, k?ui- from Kuropc, pK-iaanls, birds ol Ptradiw from China, Hamming snd ?kh?r birds from he W? at Indies and Mouth America. N. I ?Thrw MnlUtt be p rkx! u> i;n any distance with safety. jvtl t'?r?! vTiVl. M FRANKLIN. AuctiOi.??r , . COR X\LI?.?At Mirtiuo, in tlie Meichauts' ks]PCA?htu?f, o* Friday. July 23 . 76.0M scree of Uuiit, liluv in the cunt.eiol btcwart, Huinphr e? aud Dicksoo. in ilir 8ute nf Tennr see, iiud betwcru the Cumberland and Teuufiic* rivers below Nashville, to which pl?e?* there in slcomboit u.v.y uion. 'i h?< lud< ???ll?illuiiiiftwi7ii|i? of the rivers, by winch tbev hare a direc' cnnunuuicati< n v/rh all ihe maiiLeu u b> fkflard Tmm ?# * re ma first r?I* ^r^ziuv IniiHi, aud mint of tbein are good fur grain of all Uioila. I.f '*e t|u .ntiue. ol lira: >jnalit\ iron ore ate Cuud on some of the tract*. auii the m ist catmsivr iruu works in the State are situated nra' some ol the luu's. thus making a good market for the suri'lu* producti u UM farmer, Ho- moie particulars and t\ill description, call ou tlioWu'j-crilpcr. at 15 Wall .treet. New Vork. 11. C. ADAMM HO 2hs?ric WAN 1'fcl) ?A situation as cock ; cm do wasliiug, ironing and baking- No objection 'o go in the conutty a short distance. Brouklyn tiieferrrd. Apply 101 Madison street,3d floor. iv23 li*rc WANHD-Bv a respectable j suj UTosaa a wtua ion ai Chambermaid. Best vl r?feiences riven. A liue nddretaed (0" Gnara>>erm<ud,"?t thisoflice, will r>e attend-d tu. JMMtt WANTED BY A YOUNO VI AN -A Are' rate dry goods aalesman wants a situation iu the city of New York; one who hat hud some yt \ci MMMM iu the business, mul til trough business man. The heat reference! given. Address V. I., Washington City Peat Office, L). C., which will meet with prrmptmention. JyD 7ieod*rc LOST?A BANK BOOK Bank fur Having* in Citnmb*rst . No. 88,10'J. 1 lie tiuder will ple&ae return it to Catharine M.J*oy. Chamker? >treet|8avium Banl<. Jyl'i It*re 4 ' aP \NU LETTER PAPE^. ?A lull luaaitiiient of a'l "qualiuea, plain ai d .uled?alao rag, atraw, and i->lm leal' Wrai'png. For sale by JAMEfl NORVAL, jyiM litm'm No. 100 John street. pHALLENOk.-OWI.NU TO AN ACUufciNT TO v my boston the 20th. in thai race which came off her ween the J lines J. Bev'na, of Whiiehall,and the Old Commodore, of Battery Dace, when I waa he -ten, winch I ucluiowl <lgi . I hereby cnallenge tJliejUa Thomas. to row the ?ame tj.mta and he same race, lur One, Two or'i'hree Hundred Dolla s The race to come off three weeks after this challenge i i accepted _ K. 8. MARTIN. Messrs. Editors Permit me to mike a few remnrka nn that muscle. On perusal of the Morning Express, of the aad, I tilid that Mr. Hubert Martin alia* Coaim wlnre, haj had the impudence to offer the above challenge, and alao to assert that he me wi'h an accident. From the amiearance of liia atatf int'iit the accident anould hare been the c-uae ol hia tola! defeat by me. Now, 1 drnv that any accident could hare happened to him more than did to me, and furthermore, that he had at least as good a boat, i( not better, rhab I had, and that he had decidedly the advantage in hia weight and streuglh ia nude niable by either him or his frieuds, and that he did aa>ert that he would beat me out of sight, which happe ed right the reverse, and he being the only person that offered to aaaert that in accideut did happen to him ; those facta, with many others already known, will convince but reasonable min, that the only accident that could poasibly nave happened to him was the suddeu disappearance of tint muscle. I also state that the onl\ reason that Mr. Mai tin offers the above challenge, is, that he well knwwtothe fact previous to the race, that.l wou'd no. row ai.y more single races after tliia was decided. 1 would likewise state [hut at the time he was writing the above oholle.i^e,a Keutleman stepped <!) und offered to bet two or three hundred dollars that he could not beat me in a similar race, and Martin was cot 'he man lo accent it?the laid gentleman not knowing at the time that I would not row any more. j) 23 If in CHAHLWS TH'tVIAS, No 8 Battery Place. ANTHONY'S NATIONAL DAliUKHREAN UEPOT, 217 Broadway, New *uik ?E. ANTHONY, ('ate Anthony.Clark JkCo., Importer of Kreuch Plates, frames and Chemicals, and Oermau Instruments, Oeneral Agent for the supply of Daguerreotype Apparatus and materials of eveiy descnptiou, both of foreign and home manufacture. Mr. A. having retired from the business of portrait taking, devotes himself exclusively to furnishing the various materials required iu the art Ilis loug exlierieuce as a practical Da<nerreotypeist, gives him eminent facilities for supplying the best quality of articles on the moat reasonable terms. jrll 30t-m INFORMATION REQUESTED as to an Italian gentleman named MEDIC IS, who a/rived in this city from Leg This gentiemau in represented as being at (hit time about 35 year* ofage, and a wiv good locking inau. Information thankfully received by &BENR. THAYF.H.6 W -til street. jy 15 law3t?rc VI O.N fc. \ LiSMT.?The highest pricea adianced m luge "X and small soma on fold aiid silver watchei. diamoud. plate,jewelry, furniture, clothing, dry goods, lie.. Sic. JOHN M. DAVli 8, Licensed pawuimiker, HU2 William atrert. near Uuaae. fenona received la private <?rtc?, bv riving the bell, myt^ Vlt^e rfHK NATION'\L~F1RE INSURANCE COMPANY JL No. U2 Wall street.?Inmiranctf agunst Fire and Jilaui Navigation Ri*k??Thii f'omjiauy in prepared to mxke insurance against loss or damage by lilt ou dwelling housna. ware homos. bn.ldmgs in general, goodn, wmei and meichaudize of every description, and personal property,aiid ou rialu of transportation ai J inland navigation. DIRECTORS Thorns* W. Thorne, William Van Wyck, Ji h', Van Jioakerck, W. G. Redfirld, Eugene Ki.garl, Martin HiiTman, Henry H. ward, Robert L. Case, John J. Herrxk, John I) Ward, Henry I). Beach, Stephen llolt, W II. Jncobs. THOMAS W. THORNE, President. W. C. KcLLnan, Secretary. N. i).?llie capital of tliu institution ia now full, and with e sari lus. Money to loan on bond and mortgage. Jvll Wt m [VI LIN'HAUU 1"8 k HTOTY'tTo 1U)h.U BiT\8? LirF Ivl TER8 KOR SION8?Office ill Maiden Lane, entrance firern street.?These letter, are remarkable for durability, ain' a brillianc y of the gilding, unequalled by any other article it. the city?which brilliancy is warranted to atmd exuoanrr to the weather. Tliey axe &laoj>iptuiued to any color that rr? > j S? Hentred. _ H:3t>in?0' AC1S CAl'fcS. O/l'KR. HOHi >ljt, a;i browd ..a. retjiectfu'ly solicits the nritntioii ol In i' < visiting New Vor* to bin *toili of k" id-i. comprint' the foliowiur, viz:? >i"lciiie Lace Capes, from C2 upward, white and black Vi ?ites, $6; Mantillu, $7, worth til; UM Shiwls, $10, worth 20 embroidered Moulin tJajies, $1 5(1: do do I'himzetU, $1; do du Collars, 2j n ot ' do cambric Hdkfx. 82 10; Revierre do, "i cents; tape b< iiler <1 do, r.J4 cents; infant's Kobes and Waists. v-rjr "he ) ; ladies' u> !le work .Mid rmuhour Dresst i, d.i du. l^-ces, H< <iery and Oloi , ifwity fc erfWfcll. jeZ. 3!)t?r ANlCS f?A'il?NT PoK'J At i i jjaI'Hi'm/ I'UBu Shower li.itil roil eued?A sjdenifid arrai eemeiit.?tJer. tleinr.i iliout fitting ur their cou :fr,- rcsi 'eiicrv. would U< tvellloCill an.l I'X.'tni.ie them they are just riie thing, also n ?rueral a .s-irtim'ut of b?thiii|| tabs, sliowci baths, m.d h tit., wno'esaleauJ retail. CHAKLKS KANh, jeS Sot?fC VI Bowery, N. V.' VOAlvD.?cliAiiLKS ~YVOLKK~Uou iu-iaM. ol i. I te . Italph James, for inatiy yearn proprietor of Nautilus H.,ll, fomi Wuisville, Sta'i ii IiUnilJ respec.fully inform* lu? friends uid the public, that hr ha* U atrd th t le.iutiful rom mtic Cot i;e and C??rdetis, the property of Di J o. J'. Hirris..n, as h tJoordinit House and Puhlii. Garden. where he irmt* to merit their favor*. Ir is located close to toe shore, * little south o> PI titer's Hotel Dock, .ind named Kom-uitic attaife T ' n t'' K1 n ' hi ne P. IIMT jrio V\r \ iit .i ' OMfUUUUM~?i>lMJLA?fcA Ol Trill J"V SKIN.?At this, and, ludeed, every otliei seaaoi t ie skin is olten repulsive in ippearaiice caused in eiijli rajfs out of ten by the atmosphere or heat of the <im niul \rlmf it fn lie a iIhmki* i ?f fli# lll.w./l i, f imply ? disease of the Skiu. Il'sotneol the thousands win, t/ike purgative medicines, ?nd u? l?.i Mititaparilla were to use ?u their ikin a softening iimI clearing ISatm tlw opens the pores, whitens the skiu, and eatise* a healthy persp. ration, be the ?kin never ?o disfigured with Pimples, 1 rr".l<let Su burn. Tin and Morphew. The true uu.l gtuuiiie JONKii1 ITALIAN CHEMICAL SOAP never fails to cure a id di?i>el them, and to nuke tin ikiu clear and beautiful?even yel low or dark skiu it eh mges to a beautiful healthy whiteness It acta in soothingly th.it it may be used on infants with the greatest safety. Physicians use it in cases of Scurry, Sal Rheuin, Chans, Old nores, Erysipelas. Ringworm, Sure-head He It nas often effected cures wheu every other remedy Im* 1'iileil. B?ll very justly called by the Medical Society ol Paris, a blessing auu a miracle. I'eraona are delighted after o> e trial. Bui mind, get the irenuiue?ask for Jones' Italian Chemical Soap, und take no other. Hold iu New York only at the sign of the American Ragle. TJ Chatham stieet?price M ceuta a cake?where may he had also, Jones' Spanish I.ill/ White, for beautifying and living a aturnl, life-like white c*? the face of ladies; Joues' Ambn Tooth Paste, for whitening the teeth, sweettuiiug the breath ii.iki:iK the gums healthy, kr-i price 25 cent* a bo*. Aleuts for Jones' Soap? In Brooklyn, 139 Kulton street: in t'hilxdelphi.i, /ciber, 3 Ledger Buildings; in Baltimore, Md. W. Taylor St (Jo. S Jan is'* Buildings; iu Pittsburgh, 19 Li nertjrat; in Newark. N. J., 278 Broad *t. BALD, OREY, RKD OR WIUTK HEADS, and those who would possess a beautiful head of hair for a ver\ rifling sum, read the following statement of resectable per sons :? Mr. Abraham Vanderbeck, of 93 Avenue D, New York.cer ifies that his head waa entirely bald on the top, and by tht use of two 3s bottles of Jones' Coral Hair Restorative, he luu a good crop of hair, and will aoou hate it long, thick, and lux riant. Mr. William Jackson, of 89 Liberty street. Pittsburgh. Pa., certifies: On the 3d of February, 1817, that Mr. Thomas Jackson's head ou the top, waa entirely bald for fifteen years, and that by using two 3* bottles of Jones'Coral Hair Restorative thehair is growing fast,thick and healthy?he expects by usiny his a little longer to have a better head of hair than he evei had, 'HO THOSE W HUSK >IA I IMS UHKV. or railing oil a. and weak at the Knots.?I hereby certify that mv hair wits 'inning grey, and tilling off, and that aince I bare used Jones Coral llair Restorative?it has entirely ceased falling?is crowing fast, and ha* a tine dark look. Before I used Joues Coral Hair Restorative, I combed out handfull* of hair daily WM. TOMPKINS, 92 Kiug street, New York HAVE royJJL'U WUR Ti/flr^Rt'KF? Mr.t Power, a a-a grocer, 01 ruiioii aireei, nan ins nureompieieiy ciioketi up with pandruff, niiil Jonea' Coral Hair Restorative entirely an<l permanently cured it. DO YOU WaVT'TO D"HL6i<, beautify. Mid make yo? Hairaoftand tin* I?Read : I, Henry K. Cullen, late barber on board the ateamboa Sou11) America,do certify that Jonea'Coral Hair Raitorative i> the beat article I ever uted for dreaaing. aoftening, el. aimng, and keeping the hair a lone time aoft, clean, ailk y, dark and n order; all my cnatomera preferred it to any thing elae. Hold in New Vork only at the aitii of the American Kagle II Ch.itham atreet?pn<*e 3, 4 or A aliillintca. Agenta in Philadelphia? Zeibcr, 1 Ledger Bmld-nga; in Brooklyn, 139 Knlton atreet; in Boaton, ReJdi?|t, * Hiate at.; in ilaltimore, Taylor, 6 Jarvia Building*; in I'ltlaberg, ?} Li S?rty at : in Newark, N. I. 0- Olda 27* Brnndat. aa I in* re ^ HOOTS.?At the kieucii Boot Kinooriuin, corner ff flFnlton and Na-aau atreti,may be f-<iliid anme of the beat jff and cheapea) boot.a in the cifv. The vt ry fineat <|U^lit> are offered fir 11 M, but a roily excellent article may be blamed lor t l ill, *. Inch *t have no d >nbt, in mauy ilker eata'.l ihmeula ar* aellmg nt $ Th'.re are every vanet*' ol BoMa, Oaitera, Hlippera, Itr., nt thi? eatabliahment, and all al Hii ill v loiv pricea. Al?>, the krench p tent C'ougreaa Boot ' "i 2v^2 * ' *2* ?__ r.frv csJi KitCNCfITKAN8ATLAN I IC 8u?m ?^'i? roir.pmjiy?Hot%i Mail Strain %hip ^ UNION Atl ?*cc imdu AKi.itut this ?e?a?.*l must be prttmird in cJni/lirate at the s_ ottirt || Broadway, previou* to the tailiiiK ?#? il?* ?*hip oimir aifn lua ant. iVfjy V ?rK. )???y 21, I?l7. <23 Ttrr ~ -H THANa VIL.un Hi. Strain ^ ^ av: Hov*' M"'' ?< < "> ?hir tt' NiON ?Ship|??ra by tM? re?*?*l *rt f. Z-Q SI MM fine?l?d to clf*r their food* at tlie Cnitom Jtes^Ti Home. without driiiy. Nf? V rh lulv 23, HIT. jy?)lt*rr yw-k ^ LIV KHPOOlj.?Tlif tTiHgiuficrnt arm 8t?m.hlp SAR AH ?ANUH. ( .rui? /ZMllihfa** \V- r'-, 'I|>"n,,l'?r>n. Will ?ail Iiuortimlly on 3d of .Aiikimi hiving Mipvri.ir ic-om? for * limi'rd nuni tn of arrmid enbi'i paa?? wl"> will h* tnWen at * rednred price. Onoiiii itniromi f nudging ><.-cond cabin ptn^jri- for their frieirt?i' lh' oM countii-, to Imvf l.iverimol a i the 61 h of si Iiumlirr for Nrw YorV, in the ahove teamrr. can do ao at prioei charged f. rw'rjYjtff gj| J^V'(1b> ,ll,'lyu'B 10 jyjl In m *i Hiutli ?t., below Burling 8'ip. 4*ae- HOW !,>VK.RP )OL?V W LINE? Kegatar MMfTV Packrt for Vln . Jti>>' ? I he aplendid I*?t aailing pacl>J?ite1aa ilii,i llOn' ILH, < '?|it tin Ann Kldridgr. ? ( p aitii.iy ?a.'lilt n Mil*' diT- ... Iror freight or paunn, having an, t rior furnished accommrdationa, ki til, on bowl, it Ollojma w hatf foot of tv?ll atrret, orto k K. (:OI.I.INh, Mf..uth?tr?*t Shipper! will pleaae dearth ir gnoda at the Ctuiom Houae, to-nmrvw. brfjir > i 'clntk, P. M The | acktt ?hip Siddon.. <a|*. K. llXobb. will aueeee d the Hvtciaa, and Mil lOlh of Au?iul, h?r tegular day. j>JJ . <> . w. ? IIIM 1MMIII III **<M?ili hfcppiiT riBWIMpM 1 essk ii i o'clock U im forenoon JrlJ 'T rrc BOWERY THEAT KE.?A. W J.c*?o?,'Pro,n?l??-H Btuvemi, 8uge Manager.?Re-ieniu* for a abort anmluer Seaaou ? Frid.iv iEveniug, July ??1. will be performed, UlLULHOlT?Or.Tne Riever's Juiimn?liildMOTi Mi W. M?r?h?ll; Andrew Clout'em, Mr. C.BUike.l Alter which* the oxti-Mfuiii id OLE BULL?tbeDiurr Calf. Mr. C. Karke; Caroline. Mki Kiunj Oordru. Tocoiclude ?ith T11K rlllLUUitN lN'JHK. WOOD? W.liter, Mr. Mar?ii;.||; Jo>*|'hine, Mr? Booth. tfoies, ceuts; Pit aud Gullery, 123% ccuta Doore open at* !?n vrto 7: [.erfi.r'n dim to comnMwi * n' hulf-t-aetT _ ASTLE IJAUDk.N ? Mr. UaftKB. Ktngis Manager.?On vy F id i? Eyeiiuig. July 2Ti, thr rulei amm?i'? will cou.mri.cs w.th TUBNlNti THE TABLES?I-ck llumj>hru'i, NJ/ Holland; Jeremiah Buuipi, Mr. Wilf t; I'Mty Lnrkiua. Mis> Clarke. After which, several favorite Dances, bv Miuri Loan*, Amelia, hml Mary Aim Well?. Mim Phillii* will ting itverml favorite Sons ill (be course of the ereiuuf. The celebrated HERR C LINK will appear on Uw Tight Rou*. Doort open at ?X; Performance to commence at 8. AiImkmou. 25 ceuu. P" ILMO'ToPf.HA HOUSE.?KridaV Lveoina. tbe performance will commence with Ike BOOUa-KI fc.8 Of THOMAS?Thomas, .Mr' ouover ; Mr Dupiua, Ki.-g?ley; Mrs Dupius, Mia* Mary Duff; Angelica, Miu Mitchell After which, a paaiietional, entitled La Joia Airajtouene, by M'lle \dclxide. ... To conclude with DIABLE ROUUE?Siguor Alejo Mr Autoiue Lehiuau: Don Patquale, W Thoinptou ; Alma, M lie Adelaide Lehman. Ore** Circle, 50 cent*; Second Tier, 'ii ceuu; Prirate Boies, Si. Doors open at ">?, Performance to couimi-nce altt o'clock C1 Rt'aT <' OV) BINAT)ON OK AMl'HKMENTS AT J v'AUXHAl.I. GARDEN.?Monday Evening, July IS. an. eriy night thla we?4t -Mum. Dnlmroit.th* dixtiuguisheJ nrtute, Irom K'a cc, will exnibit hi- uurivalled Automaton Kigu>ea. Hit delightful eiliibition will be intersperwpd with dabcirg by the faacinaiug Jan.cut- Mad'Ile. Mamua.and iugmg bv- the following popular vocalists : Mra. Shupe, Mm nrace, mr niruiifp, ->ir. ^uiyiv, ami .vir.wiuuviu, wuu win presides! the Piano Korte. Tiek< r? IS ceuta, to dinit a Gentleman and Ladies. Admission tn rhe Oardeu, free. F 8.?For particulars see small bills. j 18 I (1 ASTlE 11 V HDKN.?Extraordinary ! x!>i(iitif>n?The J < litres* Ju.ik Kt>ing i? now lying at Castle Uarden ? Admission 0U board tS centa. Open from 6 o'clock. A. M.t till i P. .M. jliilw r BllO'ADWAY THfcAXHfei i Tim MAUhMUi ni>v erecting in Broadway, will be opened fur Dramatic i'or poses aolaly, on ?r about the tirat of September, under th? management of O. II. BARRETTPersons of acknowtedded talent wishing situations Tor the leasou, will pleaae addicaa him tare-paid) a(IM Leonard at reel A. MANN, aole i'roirifUir (T/" During Mr. Barrett'subience in Europe, all letieri and business commuuicHtioui muy br adilrrnxd to ilia iuccm. jelJ'frc W. CORB V N. No. 2 Bh ciay atreet. AMEiMJAN MU8JLDM?PKRFORMAN?:E8 boUi Af ternoon and Etemng at 3% and i)* o'clock. New and interesting collection oi Wax Figures, cousiating of the 36 Negro Slave* captured fioin THE SCHOONER AMI8TEAD, off New Haven in the year 1839. Al*0 engaged lor a short time, THE ORPHEAN FAMILY OK KENNEBECK VOCALISTS. the moat popular and tal'utrd company in America. Also for one week inore, a company of HHAKINO QUAKERS, the only genuine one in the country. SANTA ANNA'S WOODEN LEO, Taken by the American Army in Mexico, may be mm here at all hour* day aud evening. Admission to the whole, 2^ cents. -jpwV KORrrilE SKA IB ASS b \ N K.S.-ihe -v niuiib/ui ur.n, un|H. xi flnnnBMHm route, will make an excursion to the 8r? B ? Banks ou i?tufiliv. 24th lust leaving Warren street at 8 o'clock, Hammond at 8l,,, Uelancy 8??, Catharine at 9, and pier No i, N R hi 9yi ..clock. Kare'for Che excarsioi SO ceuU. .121 2t.?*'c A. H. SCHULTZ. 8'1'KaMBOAT KXCURSiONB AND iVTi^/TB"" * '*" PART1L8 -The fast new low 3E_>Jt?*CLpresi.ure steamboat NOR 111 AM ?RI C A has b-eu rsi.ec.ally prepared Co accommodate Hocieciei, Schools, and Pleasure Parties. The NORTH AMKRiCAia coo well known by Che cititens ai a firm clasi large and apacioua steamer to need any particular dearription Apply at 144 Greenwich afreet. jy14 Hti??m OK AND F.XCUR9ION AND COT1Lr?,^C^>lLON PARTY.?The managers i.fthc Thisile MuaMMwi Benevolent Association, et the pressing solicitation ol a number of their frieudt. have made arrangements to give n grand Kxcursiou ui'l Cotillon I'arty to Hoyeau Honk. .North River, on Thuisday, the 22d instant. The splendid steamer UTICA, accompanied by the barge PR ITT, havi neen engaged?and erery exertion will be used by the managers to make this excursion ai least equal to any whi. h have preceded it. Ticket* $1 for a lady an! gentleman, extra ladies >0 cents. children itrder 12 t eara half price?to be had of Moatrs ntodart, Dunham &. Co.'s muiK store DOI Urot.lway ; Capt. A. McLean, 54 v< ulker sfo Northern Hotel, 79 Courtlandt ft; or of either of the inauTgers, or at the landings ou (he morning of the exeu sion. The boat Mill leave the f?oC of Cacherine at, Knit River, at tVa o'clock ; Liberty it, at 9; Canal st. at 'J}? ; Hammond at, at 10. und I9'h st, at IO/? o clock. Returning, will laud aC !9th sc, Hammond, Canal and Liberty sis. Refreshment* on board. K >r particulars s*e small bills jy2" ltis*m "rLmTTt Vvl t.s totukl/v.n d, kc. fife- <tfc iM> Mc^TuTtT Jr., No. JeUioauway, eouituu. * i. vl remit money, in fumi large or small, to persons iesidiii? iu any part of Ireland, iu ihesaiiie m tuner as he and his predecessor lu business have done for the last thirty years an J more, also, to any part of fc-ughtud or Scot and. Mouey remitted by Tetter, post-paid, to the subscriber, or iwrtnnally del o?ited with him, wi'hihe name i i the person o. pmoMn 1 i mi. Eatliuaiir Icoikiid, to whoa it it to i>< fill, and neat est jiost town, will be imiuedi -'ely t<ansmitt*n .i.ii i"iiu iciMirum j iy, anu a receipt 10 mat eneet Kivei. . i 'n?w,vded to the aeiidwr. JySI 30t*in D11AFT3 ON THK NATIONAL BANK OF IRELAND. beg to liiKnn ilirir liicu<J? nii<1 the imiilic, wmliing to remit ruouev to Jrcluul, tlut tbejr <lrm>a I,l'??r |;irK*'??r srnMll mioiiiiti, timvable without tii*c<>uu 4irt t on N ?ti'?u ii B?akof IroUfto, Dablli 01 ini nnmerous bmnchet 'hrougliout tlie comrrf. Ahu, drafljic?i be oSt'titied, payable iu nil part* ol r-ji^Uiul, Scoih ? ' ou hi pli^auou to W.kJ.T. TAPHt OTT, n6 M Son t h itrctt. Smm ? u i W BYRNES fc < O.N NKvV fOKK AND CTVfik TOOL BMiUKATION OKfclUfc. m m m m T^vrBVRN^T^), 3c \\TtT!TI!, ?,i, re JyuiMM minimi ? :lie public th Lhii <! Siatea, iimi they liare luiiud the inyoruuce of a direct .V?r.icy for the i uipnse of placing within the p? iter i:f the frieiTutu/ the pa.cnK<*r? coiniug out to this con ltxv, ihu immediate corretpoi, ileuce with a renpecuble enUbl nhincnt, fr.un whom they cm: ly for atte.iuou and 1'avnr toward* then rebitioun leaving lh< Id country. Pe:>ou> desirom of engaging paatagea from Dublin, Cork Waterfoid, Reliant, Londonderry, and Liverpool, direct ti New Yoik, Bixtou, I'liibidiilpbia, R.iliunore or New Oilein* oail 'lo ?o mi more favorable tcrina than c.iu be obtained fruu. ny other hnu?r eug i^ed iu the liUMiieia hi tin* country; In'inr Uie nldfxt and large*! e?taUli?hmeut in tiie p*?it?'iigi r trade u Li 11 noL 'J'bi- many thousand pataengen that have tailed in th* uliipwhich have been despatched li nn our 'illii e iu Liverpool, and 'lie different porta of Ireland for the lint thirty yean, i> a kuHi cieut guarantee of our abilit) to fulfil with Mtufactioti au> en<aifinfut for pas?enirer?that we may be favored with. DRAKT8 AND Hll.LS OK KXCHANUK ffiven for an) amount, iwyable on eight, at the Natiouul Hank of Ireland and ti branches; and alio i>n all the principal town* of t.ngluud and ScotUid * uliout diacnuut. A lift of the Tacket Ship* with their dav? of aalliug, and the ddreaa of tli? Ak'' nta who art for us, can In. 'ind ou application at thia office. Apply or nddreas by letter, l|<?t paid) i. n. Hi n.>r.ci K i/U., ui22 lin'rre 83 South ?tr*et tfi*- NOFi;JK.?Packet ?li>p WABASH, ; dii<:?arf* ii?jWyiii< at Pier No. I'J Ka?t Hirer. t'uniigueei will BHtal'Irue ill mil to tlic rtrtuit of llicir goods iiniiirili|M). j >23 NKW VOHK A.N L) HAKLKM KAIMtO M) COMPANY SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. ON AND AKTV.K THUSSLav, JU^ToST"!??7. the Can will rua at foluiwi, uucil further nuun*. Lp train* vill leave the City Hall for rfarli-m k Morriiiaaa. Forhain fc Tuekahoe Plraaanmlle, 6 30 A M. WMrinaBr'K* llart'i aud Newcaatle 7 " 5 30 A.M. White PI'u*. Bedford, I " 7 " 7 A. M. WhitliekvilU " 10 " 1ft Oroton K*ll?. 10 " 11 " 4 P. M. 7 A. fl. II " 3 P. M 5 30 " 4 P. M. 3 P. M. 4 3 " 5 30 " 4 ? 30 " i " 4 30 " <30 " Returning to New York wilt leive? lorrieiana fkHarlrm. Fordham. Will'iiu BrVa. Tackahoe 7 05 A. M. C S3 A M. 6 45 A.M. 7 30 A. M ? 10 " 7 ii " 7 50 " 8 48 " ? " 9 09 " 9 03 " 1 20 P. M 0 " 12 23 P. M. 12 15 P. M. 5 52 '3 35 P. M. I 45 " I 40 " White PT?. * " 5 01 " li " 7 10 A. M 3 115 " 6 0? " 8 33 " 5 20 j; 753 * 7 45 M 1 _ P._M C!l " 3 " i oi leaiantville. N?w Ca*Ue. Bedford. Whilllckvitle I IJ A M. ? A M. T SI A M. 7 45 A M 4 13 PM. 5 ,PM. 4 51 P M. 4 44PM Croton Pilli. 7 JO A M. 4 30 P M.
The train* to tnd from Crotmi Knlli will not Mop on New Ycyk Iiland, eieept i?t Broome itrret, ami I2d?treet. Arm till precede each train ten miuutei, to take np paaaenger* in he city. The momiiiK tram of far* from Crotoo Kall? will not ?fo> >M.rweeii White Claim aud New York, eacept at Tuckahoe WillUm'ii Budge, and For dhain. Eitra train* on Hundiy* to Harlem a>id Marriiiana, if line weather. f?ta*e? for Lake Muhopeck.ind Danbnrv leave Croion Kallaon irrival of the 7 o'oi'iek A. M. and I P. M. trains, and for Pawling* ou arrival of the 7 o'< lock A. M. f lai:i KARE KllOM NEW YORK : To Crotou full* $1 00 To Whitlickville 117X ToNrwcaitle 7i To Pleaxaiitville To White Plain*.,. ,. M Freight Irani* leave City Hall at 12 M. and at 7 1. M. Itetiir>iii<K, Wave Croton Kulla nt 7 A. M and 9 P. M. CHEAP \NI> K\r - I.ITKH H TIIA VKLLINO TO XlliWE8TERN rfTATKS AND CANADA. gsagsae hs&ssb BY TAPHCOIT'8 EM I OR. A NTS PAHHKNgKRLtfJES, ? nncc, i?j ,-nmin rifei , r\e\y ? or*. The mbtcribrri continue to forward K.migmntj nod otheri to nil puti of tlir WVuleru ami Canada, at tlif ver y LOWEST RATES OK PAHHAOE. by Rnilroid. Steamboat and Canal, to tlir following placet, via Albany, Roclieitcr, Buffalo and Pituhurgh :? Utica, 8v i?.-u?e, O?wego, AnWurn, ?JWI-?ier, B"lf>ifo, Erie. Pa. Cleveland, Huron, Sindasky, Moumee, Monroe, ToVdo, Detroit, Mackinaw, Milwankie, Racine, Sonthpnrt, Chicago, (J'fi Bay, T ittaville, Pittahnrg, P.i. fl heeling, Portsmouth.!Ohio. Parhenhnrgh, Cincinnati, Loimville, Ky. St. Li>11 in, (J ilena, [>nbii|i?e. Bond Head, Darlinicton, Hamilton, Whitby, Coburg, Qneemton, Kingaton, Toionto, Handwich. Montreal, And all other lUtermediMe placea. Perviri proceeding to y pari of the Went, or Caoaoa, ?<>nlil <1. *el' ?? "ll ou W. iTt. tapscott * At their <>".?' il f.niienti til Office, _ , M **ont)i itreet, New \ ork I rapecott F.ntigranU'TrttelliuM Uunle can be had on ap- I plication, free, mJ J0t?re edification to tbu enlightened readers of either paper It is a sour cm of manifest regTet to the public, too, that tbu organic editor should so far for the present. distress hiui elf with regard to tile politics of lien. Taylor, and th?prospectol the whig* running him, as a dernier resort, for the Presidency. The war?the results of tho war? the prospects of the war?the probable p?ace, end probable issues of poaoe, are ail made secondary to the politics of Oen. Tnyior. It is less important now to know that peace is at hand, than it is know the party stripe ot the old cannonier of the Cordilleras. The issues of the next Presidency are of grenter mono nt than anything to he anticipated from the war with the Mexicans, saving the candidate it may furnish for the succession. It is probable that if Taylor runs, he wilt ruu in. It Is. therefore, a paramount solution, democratic or whig to know the political streak of the hardy bombardier of Buena Vista. It is only upon this ground that the irritability of the orgauic oracle'can.be reasonably elucidated, assuming that the domluant party of 'IS is to be decided by the politics of Old Hripio Mexicans. The time is approaohing for the organization of parties It is well enou/h to try the ground. It Is especially desirable to test the party orthodoxy of the regulator of the Kio Grande, betore he shall have absorbed the rank and tile of both parties,and no questions asked Thus far <( padre drl gnhierno, and of the^l/ntfuii^uright to take his soundings, and to make his observatiumr One thlug is certain. The old oh&mpiou of the chaparrals must either run for the whigs or dem<>oratx ? Otherwise the game will not be worth the oaudle. How else can the veteran runner ?f the rancherovs expect to ruu the gauntletWhat motive will Hither party have to support him if ho belongs to neither.' But thH old man is right. The time has not yet come. The issues of the war are unoertain. Moreover, it would be in bad taste to declare himself for either party while he is the servant of the government and the whole couuj try, in a foreign war. That in the abstraot he is a whig, we are pretty well assured; that in the prosecution of the war he has been a faithful instrument of the Administration ,oannot be denied He has ocoafloimlly shaken his fist at (Secretary Marcy. but wheu tho work was to be done.he has alwavs been thar ! And father Ritchie, although unnecessarily perplexed, in the extreme, Ik still right on the main question Hi* inquiries iuay arrest premature commitments to Oeu ral Taylor, hy over enthusiastic) democrat* ? VV? second IiIh admonition Air democrats are hereby respectfully notified, forewarned, cautioned, and admonished, at their peril, against committing themselvos to (Jen Tuylor for the Presidency, until such time ns, agreeable to the convenience of the said Taylor, he shall declare. testily, promulgate, and cause publicly to be nude known, the context and the pretext the rescript ai.d the transcript, the abstract and the extract. the aggregate of the combination, and the niiuutlio of the divisibility of hla party principles, preferences, opinions, predilections primanenciee and transitions; and if so, why so? iptx fartv. Furthermore, we hereby forewarn all democrats, old hunkers, barn-burners. liyuders or Walsh men, high or low tariff men, abolitionists.fresh or salt water constitutional expounders? all men of whatsoever family of the tribe of democracy ?to wlthnoid their suffrages from the said (Jen. Taylor, if, iu the declaration of his aentlmeuts, ha shall confound the great lakes with the inland seas of the .Mississippi, or snail fail to denounce John C. t alhouu as the author of ihe war. in his premature and badly-managed re-annexation of Texan A speoial edict Obey this ! After this, we hope i- aihur Ritchie will give himselt no further trouble about lien. Taylor. Our special edict ?ill hold htm Rnug enough. It draws him right square Up to the bull-ring, and he can't get off. There/ore, let us see Ur?t to the termination of the war ; secondly, to a treaty of peace, and. thirdly, to the choice of a candidate lor the succession. WASHINGTON, July'JO, 1847. Th* City of AI'?lco. Amid tha dearth of local ttcuia here at hcadqturlert md while waiting with interest and anxiety the next nteliigence from the seat of war, we have thought it would not li? unacceptable to your r?**durs lo trarikcrilic md. compile from various authorities, lh<> following m?ti factory and concise desciiption of the " iiupen#, Ity of the Aztecs.'' Mexico. (>lahi>cko ) ft celebrated city and capital ol tin' Republic of Mexico, situated iu tho Stale of tl<< <ame ntmH, in a great valley, 7,100 feet above the level of the ?< ?. iJ miles *<*st of Vera ( rut, and 'J70 N. K. of Acapulcu, on the I'aciflo Ocean. Front Washington City, U. S , It in dilt.int 1S'>0 mile*. Tho present city occupies only a part of the site of the ancient city of Teuochtitlan. which wan founded, according to the traditions of tlie natlv-*, in I Kit, or two centuries before its oouqucst t>y Cortex. The location is near the i.ake Tf/cueo, the water* of which, with the other lakes iu the vicinity, have been on tho decrease for several centuries "Mexico is undoubtedly." futy* Humboldt, "one of the fluent cities ever built hy Kuropeans in Hither hemisphere W ith the exception of I'etersburgh. U'-rlin. I'hiludelphia. and WcntuilnRter, there duel not exist a city of the uimurxliiiit. winch can be compared to the capital of New Spain, tor the unkfoim level ot the ground on which it Htuud*, for the regularity and breadth of the streets, and the extent of the public placet The architecture in generally of a very tiuestyle, and th*T are even ediflce* of a Very beautiiui structure Two sorts of hewn stoae glvo to the Mexicau huildlug* an air of solidity, and sometimes of msgnificence. '1'he baluntrade* and gate* arc all of Biscay iron, oruauicuted with bronze ; and the house*, instead of roofs, have terraces, like those of Italy aud other Southern countries.17 Many of the street* are nearly two miles In length, perfectly level and straight with the ends terminating in a view of the mountains that surround the valliiy ? The houaes are iu general of a uniform height, most of them having thre? stories, each from fifteen to twenty feet. The fronts of most of the b<U?e* are painted in diiferent color*, vie. : white, crluinon. brown, or light green, and retain their beauty for many years, owing to the dryness of the atmosphere. The city is built in the form of a square,of about tour miles on each side. The Pla:n Maj r is one ofthe finest squares lo be seen in any city of the world. The east side is occupied by the cathedral, a magnificent building; the north by a splendid palace, formerly occupied hy the Viceroys (now the National palace, whenoe Santa Anna baa issued so many manifestoes), the south hy a fine row of houses, in the centre of which is a palace, called the Cat a del Entada, built on the situ of the palace of Moo teziiuia ; auu on iuu wi-n la a raugo 01 mop*, public oflice*. granariea,ten., with piaz/aa In front Near the Huhurlxi. to tli? north, In the Alameda, or great promenade The Botanloal Oarden is atnall, but rich In rare and intereatlng production* It la handaomely laid out In the Spanlah tanhiou. with flagged walk*, bordered with elegant large pot* of Uower* In the centre la a large stone l>aj-in, supplied by a fountain with water Tbe public buildings urn very numerous A late tiareller counted lo.'i cupola*. (I wonder how tnauy Oen. .Scott haa counted ?) *plrea and dolue*, wlthlu the city, and there are 60 churche*, bealdes the cathedral, (that rich cathedral tu the precloua metala, Tide (ien Thorn pMin'a devrlption.) SH couTent*, 2.1 of monk* and IS of nun*. (Hope lieu. Seott will let >m out, poor things.) The Krandfcan coaTent la lar/e establishment. with an income of about arldng principally from aim* (Ten to one *anta .lnn? ha* inude a draft upon them ) The hospital la well *npportrd (doubtful) and the mint I* the mont ext*ii*lTt> establishment of the kind in tbe world, (and It* naatinga about the crudest specimens of coining extant.) The UuiTerslty. founded In 1A.M. aud tne public library, are worthy of notice, a* well lit the Academy of Tainting and Sculpture. The dwelling housns ol the cli liens. although many of them are elegant, lofty and *paeious, are not a* well furni*hed (not by any mean*) a* those of cities In the l olled State#. Tbe city i* Rupplied with water by aqueduct*, and the canal of ( halo, wnlch extend* from tlie lake of that name to tbe city, afford* a comtnuuleasion for bringing in i"v?? ? ... I'UUUHIJ country. ami tUe fruit*, flower* end vegetable*. rained In the beautiful garden* In th<* vicinity. to market. The remain* of the celebrated floating vjarden*, called Chlamp**. am near the taken, and are now ntatlonary, *urruundud by a broad ditch. Mexico wan formerly subject to inundation* from the lake*, to prevent which a drain ha* been cut through a K?p in th? mountains, twelve mile* long and :?00 feet wide, at great axpeuee The climate I* bland, and the atmo*phere pure and healthy There are many pleaeaut ride* out of the city, (one of which Hanta Anna ha* p"rbap* taken beforu thl* time.) Among other*, that to th? village of Tacubuya. four mile* distant The city enjoy* an extenntve commerce (glad to hear It) which i* carried on through the p<rl* of Aoapulco on tlie.f'aclflr. and Vera < rux, Alvarado. Tabaeco, I'amptco and MaUmora*. on the Atlantic tide, (to nay nothing of lluanacualco and Tehtiantepec ) Merchandise I* transported on mule?(*nd ao 1* Hanta Anna, lu a tight pinch) from the*e *eaporm, and oompanie* of trader* with their good* generally go armed to protect th'mNlfM Prom robber*. (a very sensible arrangement.) who continually lnfeat the road* to tl><< capital l'he people are much addicted to pleasure and gambling. (the more ? tWii pity) The ladia*. when lh? > i'? seen in the nlriit '*, are dieted In blai k, except on boil day* end other publio ocoaeion* (*u?ih ae their monthly revolution*, f <t iimmnce) ? hen their dreeewe are gay They generally are In carriage* when they appear iu I aa I. !"> + 1 " ' VMM? LATEST MOMKHT VILRUK A VUIU PKAOE PROPOSALS PEREMPTORILY REJECTED UY THE aosxxoAZor oovzmxtfaxxsNT. By nur extraordinary express from New Orleaoe, we learu that the steamer Oalreston, from Yen Crux | bring* positive ^Intelligence that the Mexican Oorernment hail rejscted the overtures of peace presented hy Mr TrUt ? ? as BY THIE MAILS. Whiiikotok, July 'Jl, 1847. Tht IVar?Oen. Titylor?Fathtr Hitchie and the Prtiidetuy?.i Special Edict to th? Democracy. The final result of the war la well known. It will be the acknowledgment of the Mexicans, that they are inoompetent to copo with " lost Yankee*."?The terms of a pease are uncertain, and the duration of the strife is a matter of conjecture Father Ritchie, relyiuK uponofholal documents steer* aImi* nf nsom.ti.i... ?-ai- - .. r,vuintuir rpw^uiiiiioui. nu courM, thus far, I* judicious, while the bundylutf of long wiuded di?<jutpitlons with the Intelligencer, has been a wa*te of time to both parties. In our humble judgment, and of Tory littU < "raa of ?ot??n nu4 ?oo?. aid Owrwaa Uaaaa ? muah *ora. En^l.-li < irH?? wave, w- ao4 porWr and Vmerioan whiskey. are A?n id (rmat raqoaat. 'Kama orewwia#. lu>*u?er. llava b. en e?ui.lialiiiid to iha oltr which arebe??iiy taxed to ?iii,,rf>rt U?. i.rniy Begyar*. r.'.Ucd lop*r*"?, aiiu'l ir to the l_*uro*l of Naplet, are Tory numeroiM In thU oity they am ?ald to amount to jn,inHI. (aud all tin available linv.- tluu^ile** been inooi porated by Santa Auua iuto hi* Imperial I liuard* ) The auoifnt city of Mw*loo,or Teaoflhtltlaa, vw taken by Cortex io I Ail, afleraa*!** of M?reuty-flve dayj.wh.n :t preut rlau^iuar of ihe Inhabitant.' to..k plac.- T1 .iouts vr?r>- rui-.-d to thii ground, and the pmaant <*lty? built on tti? ruin* Latitude. 1!> degreee, -lii niiuulc lon^itu 1.', 103 degree*. U minute.*, Weet. A iuor< luotd deacrlptlon of the city of Mesino, cm scarcely b? fnrnUhed by the lett?r writer* of the army, although It U erldwut tnw mo<t farorablo ?l?w of the j> ;?it.ure U presented. VV Tlie War, Out. OFI ICIAI. ACCOCNT OF THE CAPTl'RK OF TABASCO. [Kr< iu the tVaaliington Union. July 91 j The Secretary of the Navv han farored u? wUli the i following leitei fruiu Cuumodutu Perry, received by llie tast evening's wall U 8 Ki.au Siiir Mihimih'i, ) Otf Tabasco Hirer, JuiiH'il 11>47 \ Si* ? iUviug.lin uy communication ol the ttih instant laforini'd tliu department of uiy intention uo longer to delay the attack upon Ibe euemy's forces uoncrul' >it- J near the tlly of Tal>a oo, 1 auchored ou the 13th oil the l> vr of the rivor. with a detachiueut of the squadron, ronsistini; of the Mississippi. Albauy. Karllaii. John Adam*. Decatur. Utrmanlown, Stminboll, Vmutiui Washington. and the steamer* Scorpion, '?pittire, Scourge, and Vixen?tbe Ktna and Boneta beiuif stationed In the river. On the 14th, the flotilla having crossed the bar. the barges and surf-boats. containing seven pieces of artillery. and as many officer*, seamen. aud marines an could be spared JVoui each of the vessels at anchor outside v, ilb a detachment ol forty seaman and marines from the I'otoniac, were then towed by the steamers across the bar. aud, joluing the vessels at Kroutera, the whole force was formed into Hue, and proceeded up the river In the following order :? The Scorpion, bearing my pendant, leading the van. having in tow the Vesuvius aud Washington, and the boats of the Mississippi and John Adains; The Spitfire, with the Hromboll aud Boneta, and boats of the Aibauy ; The Scourge, with the American merchant schooner Spitfire, having on board Captain G. W. Taylor, with his sub marine apparatus ; .'The Vixen, with the Ktna, and the boata of the Raritan. Decatur, and Oertnantown ; When, on tbe followlug day, the flotilla having arrived within thirty miles of the city. Information was obtained from an Indian that the eu?my bad thrown up breustworks In the thick obaparral lining the bankn of the river at three different poluts, where tliey hud posted In ambush armed parties In considerable force. Kroin all the positions indicated by the Indian, the vessels and boats were fired upon, but the fire of tbe enemy was immediately silenced by our great guns and musketry. At tbe second position, one of the seamen of the Vesuvius was severely wounded; and at the third, Lieut Win. May received an efcopette ball lu his arm. an 1 three men were slightly wounded. Lieut. May, at the time of receiving his wound, was engaged, In co-operation with Lieut. Jas. Alden. in sounding and examining the obstructions placed by tbe enemy in the channel directly opposlU the breastwork. Considering it doubtful whether the steamers eould j pass tbe obstructions without laoonvenient delav. and I belug anxious to reach the main body of tho enemy, 1 ordered their oommauders to use every * ffurt to ascend the river, and determined myself not to wait the experiment,but)to land with the Infantry and artillery Huvlng previously made all the arranx.iraeuts for landing and forming the line of march, the barges aud surf-boats weremanned and formed opposite tn the point seluoted for the lauding, called the "Seven Palm Trees."'and near to tho third eutrebchment of the enemy, which had been a moment before raked by the great guus of the flotilla. It hverything being in readiness, I took the lead with my bout, aaeompanied by ('.apt. Mayo (a volunteer, and actingas adjutant genwal)iu another boat; and. giving the order to no ahead, tne whole force, with three hearty oheers, pushed for the shore, landed, and formed in xeparate columns on the bank, under the direction of Cupt. Vlny*. In the space of ten miuutes every officer and man was on shore and in position, with seveu pieces of artillery, which were taken from the boats aud hauled up a banU twenty feet in height and nearly perpendicular, by the inaiu strength of the officer* and men attached to them; boats were then dint for the three pieces belonging to the bomb-vessels; and in tweuty-tlve miuutes the entire column, of more than ievon hundred strong, with ten pieces of artillery, was In motion towards the utLy. its march, however, was very much retarded by the difficulty of moving throush the bi^li prairie tua-- anil the occasional thinkeU of chaparral; yet ia opposition to all the obstacle* which liremnti'd theniHelveit. and the excutioive heat of the .lay, the ooluuiu moved Hteadily ou, preceded by the pioueer?. and driving back with It* artillery and advanced guard the oQtjjonU of the enemy, entrenched by breactworhs. Meanwhile, the steamer* bad eueceedod in cro8.iln# the obstructions in the channel, and procc* dtd jfnllantlj up. in face of the fire ot the inain buttory of nix gum Hid a body of infantry lining the iutrciichments; and ittei- exchanging a few nltOU, with nut Might Ii jury to us, the eneuiy retired first ly from Iheii defences?u measure undoubtedly preuipiiated by the pr.ix:inily of our adraucinx coluuin. At a little after four lu the *ft-rnoon, I entered the cuy with the entire forre o Infantry und artillery, und tvok (ju'cl |-ossen?ion of the public quartern. In t'ie Utiifuinir march front the lautinf place to the olty?u dlfti.i.H) < f nil!" njilt-t-i w: struck, tt I u'ttr "itvebeei. oei'vi, witL the uinvev uiiiiiVu?iaiim exhibit d by th? officers uud men. ."inl wllli the extraordinary el rts wliicb hey nin?ie on tbu occasion to keep the ur ulUry inline In the skirmishes with the oui|>o*tti "t the I'litiuy. oar advanoe tli ipluyed inucU order and will ary -kill. and the eutiru line conducted iu a nmuuet | vrortiiy in veteran soldiers I If I ware ? ? undertake to partit ul?i'/i tiu gullnTv ?uii ' inu iflnus noadur.t of ihit Uim rf. I stiouUi be obliged I >1:11111! them ml; henoe I b> g lo rein' to In- enclosed pn UK (marked \ il.) winch n main the names of all > 'i > vi-rv engaged iu the expedition. stating the raSp.ttlrc duties ?x?it;ui!<l to thein I alio i?f r the departim ut \Il.i report ol Ihn senior medical officer h ioia the Oi -, lufotiiitli* n I have beun able to obtain C?eni "nveraj ?oui the enemy's force in i-cth n i tli itilli may be estimated ai fourteen nui'.dt etl Strong. una their loss about thirty killed, which, compared with t In* torcii under my command, and oousidering the advantage* of hi>> fortified position, may reodcr Die mu.iUu?s? of our loss remarkable. I hoi. sir, with great respect, your obedient s?rvuut, M. (' PtRUV. ( ommnnding Home H?|uadron 1 lie Hon. John V. Aiajun, Secretary of the Navy, Washington, 1). II. 8 Siiip John AIUM<, J Off Tabasco Kiver. June -i4. 1847 \ Sih I havo the honor to make the following report of wounded, fee., In the recent expedition to Tahasoo Lieut. May, of the Mississippi, fevt re gunshot wound near right elbow. Patrick Itourkn. seaman, of do., Might gunshot wound near right sc.ipul . Daniel Koley. ordinary seaman, of do., (light gunshot wound of left arm Panned Mt'Uiitpmm Hudson. of the Scorpion. slight wound of right hand and abdomen, supposed by gi.ipe Walter Jefferson, ordinary seaman, of the Vesuvius, severe gunshot wound of left leg The body of a seaman, not recogniaed at the time was found floating down the river, a day or two after the upturn of tUr place, with mark* of Injury ou the head, an I Iir7i' t>?*en Informed. From the place of binding at the I'alRi*. to the town many men, especially thoee at the fl"ld piece*, fell frnm exhaustion: but with a little asxixtHooe w> r? noon enabind to proceed Some of the m?n receifed Injuries in juarreN among themselves In Tabaaco, others suffered temporary illness from the combined Influence of Intemperance. heat and exposure. a few cades of Intermittent fever made their appearance, but noon of a severe cliaracter came under my notice. The medical officers who accompanied me on the expedition were Surgeon* Sharp*. Minor, and Plnkney; I'axHcd Assistant Sur;;-on* Wr ?ht. Hasting*. and William*; Assistant. Surgeon Steele, and it >rlve* mv pleasure to bear witness to the teal displayed by them in the performance of their duties. anil In leaking f?r opportunities to rendei assistance. 1 am, very respectfully. your obedient Her runt. SAMUKL BAHItlNGTON. Surgeon U.S. N. and Senior Surgean of the Kxpoditlon < ommodore M. (' IVaa?, ? ouiiuaudlng Home Squadron. A. The expedition against Tabasco consisted of the following force, all umler the command of Commodore Perry, June Iflth, 1847 :? Steamer Scorpion. . , Commander A. Blgclow, Bomb vessel Strom boll, " W. N. Walker, ' ' Vesuvius, " fi- A Magruder, " " l-.tua, " d J Van Brunt. Steamer Spltllre Lieut, t'omd'g S S l.ee, " Scourge, " " Lockwood, ? Vixen, " " VV Smith, "rig Washington, " # T Lee, Schooner Boneta. " J. M. Berrien Ur.TA< n>irvT? hum Vr.f *!.?. Sramrn, arlillfy i OJflrrri maritin. Total Mnimmppi, Cora'r II. A. Adain* *j *],' Albany, Cat*. S 1-. Brvaac ? "J Hantsn, C*pt K. K?>ne?r.. J Wl John A^ama, Coin'r VV. J McCluney... ? J1 JJI Decatur. Lirnb W. II, Ball * !?! H? Dfrm?iiro?n,('nm'r K. Bi'Imhu 1 f*' Htrombnli, I'um'i W.S VVnlaer ' V*?ii?io?, 'oroV (i A. MtKrmlK 1 Klna, < om'f ii J. Van Urnut | WuhinKtnn, Lt Coin's H I1. '**" ? ''' Potomac, (tt Vera Cru/.) Lt. Utrllwagiu. J Jib 2J 8'J I0.1t 1171 Artillery frf m the *bore force. In four dWitton*. nunmittiiitd Iiv < oiuinandeM Walker, Mackenala, Magroder, and Van Brunt Flag Guard. Meutenant.lK.mnp L. Parker. tnu aeaiuen; Lieutenant K. d May?oii. iniuine* Marine* when concentrated by Captain Kdwm Pioneer* cniu|?>?ed of mgliiecra, litem-n, and pearocn, by Lieutenant Maynard. B Farcrt larnird from tlir FlotUtn f>? Ihr |?/,', Junr tn mlImi k Tuhatr.p?fht inhol' anilrr thr ronunnd "I tKr ritmmunilrt -in-rkit/ (. f. C Hrny Staff.?Lieut Jainea L Parker. II ?g lieutenant, coininanding IWg yuard of pcanun; Purser Nathaniel Wllaon. I'urr?r William II Kfimon. I'urver J () Herri* Midshipmen T. 8 KILkbrnwn. Joa. B Smith, attil Adrien Deplonda. Acting Adjutant 0>>neral '.'"ft Va\o Alda. Ac I lug N.aater, M. C Parry jr ; l'*?aed MM."hliiman. A N Smith. Midahipman, H H Kej; rink O Vlup*?r. |pr?iTM. Fir*l ll rificn. < i|it, M L. Urec?? Al'>*ny'? l>et- eliment ?Louta. I H P K^ljerv B H. (Kut ; Taaaed Mldhlupnien J W B?T?n?t, I harlnl ' I ' Dr?, j?.| WIWPM o. w, MmHdii) i. 9. MU1 ertg WMfetafton'a n?taahmant ? Llaot. C?mil> lag ?> L?\ LUutr B K JUud? J. R. MoIUmt , Aatla^Mkit.T Ooattfui Kob: Ptffnl MMihltuo K. AaUek; Clark Henry Mom. ZlMiaaU?ipi>la Drtacbrn-rt otumander H. A. Atal; n. uu Jatuoa Aldat. Wilii iw Maf; Putaed HIilifcljiWT ? R alhouu; Midshipman Jefferaou Mmtj, f. W.iiorlgbt i'otouiac' Detachment.? Limit H 8 SteiJwagen: Mld Ui|.mau AuKuotu* Mrl.augMin *" ??d -i apt Franob Korr?*t Kant ,, arUcUu^m.?X.i^ut- vj ?. 1. CUihorma, I v.d.h L-r 1 ' "*?d Midshipman Ff*ci* <?r?*orjr; 1 ^ V.rv ? V ? ''r*7 ; ? iark H WaUoi i lio.iiiwuin John ^lonr-K wETTiysy^Ki; mh"Vv " ?"' V ",bu . ??*-.. ? nsJKr ' i u"rH """\ "f' """ ndar W J luiia, Ji hii Adam* n detauhuiant -L?au? < c Sdoi* , ??'? ; Acting Matter M. w Ko<i^?rii Mi unit .nJ a ; W Haber-.hani. Daniel L tt aJne * Owu.antowuj.cUtaoh.nent - Commander F Buahau ^ Ua'L!^rr J I. Ur.,?? (aid ) I. C Sawyer, r H. Looker. VV 1. I'owt. 1 k^Li liruuJy, William Leigh. i"ow?u, r?Ux Abtillxrt. Firit Uivh'on ? Commander W S Walker Lieut* Guert JunnHTiKiit, J II Tuokt r. J htdd'a Midshipmen Jl.O Gale. I. McL Murpliv , OuLurrO. ]' Mar-ball ; lloutawaiu W. Ole-n , Ma.ur'? M*t? J Ballard. Second Dipuion -( oioinar.der A 8. Mackeuiit _ Lieutenant* il. C. tiatt (aid.) O H Perrw. > ' ' Blunt, ctiiiK \lwst-r 'i' M ('roi.xan; Pmsm-u ini n Win .Mrliiou, U H Lyuuh, (juuut'i* h*u?u> l Ailtfzi. Third Divi$ion?Command- r (.ito A Magrudut Meuts. T A Jenkins. A. L In*. Acting Ma?ur Key Murray; Midshipman D. P MaCwrkl*. F?urlh Dii kiuii-( oiamauder O. J. Vail ttruut. Ll.ut B K. Shittunk; Actiug Master C. W. Place; Midshipman J Ki.i lifllo tturgrous -Samuel lUrriugton. Solomon SUarpe, I,?wIa W. Mlior. Niuian Hlnknry; Paxaod Assistant* John Hastings, L. 8 Willluuia, J. II. Wright; Amittnt T. B. .Steele Ptuum tu--Lieut l.ifayette Maynurd; Midahipawn W II. Parker. Geo H Klug; Clark A Dorwy; Flwt Aaatatant Kngiueer Joshua T'ollansbee Marine detachment?( apt Alvtn F.Ja n; Llauta. W' | 1). black. W L. Miuttlewortb, M. It. KlnUlng, Oeotpi Adams, I. li. Muy.-.ou, (commanding Hag-guard MrluMH ) W V 1'orry. KROM VBRA CRUZ. ' From the Washington Union, July 31.] We ha?ii seen l?ttrm from two offloera of tb* army of tha United stain* at Vera Crui aa lata aa tb? 3d of July. Tbi<y )Ut? that tha Brltiah courier. Mr. Vmuu, who had left the capital on the 29th June, had arrlTad on the evenlug of the 1st of July at Vara l'ruz,and brought inl'Mllgrnce thnt General Scott wa* atlll at Puebla. He contlruis the aooounta in rntprot to the tra n amlMi on of r Buchanan * letter to the Mexican government, and alao that Santa Anna had laiued a proclamation requiring the Mexican cfcgres* to aaaemble to oooalder tha proposition. It was said that Hanta Anna was unwilling to aasjme the responsibility himself, but desired to throw It upon Congr?-a* ; many of whom. It la alao said, are Inclined to peaoe with the United State* The street* of the city of Mexico were fortified, and aoaae other defencea turowu up; but It waa the decided opln ion that little or no resistance would ha nir.w?i Matt. < tatters! Alvarei. who in with his forca on the road between I'ueMa auJ Jalapa. (one of the lei ten say*. between I'erote and Puebla.) lit said to have bad a differ unoo with Ilia second general in command, the result of which waa that tb.iy had divided their forcea asd separated ; one of the letters say* that hie force amounted to about J,600 horse, besides oth?r trooun, bnt not infloiaot to withstand the shock of either of our ad ran ring columns for two hours. Pol Child* was a few miles in advance of Peroto. Hi* command waa oou> posed of the garrison of Jalapa?Mttmati-d at aboat 1..>00 wen Uen. Cadwallader ?H at I'erote; and (Jen Pillow two leagues on thla side of It, on his w*j to join General Scott, the two general* together having au entire new force amounting to aomething like 8,.'>00 men. lieneral Pierce was at Vera Crux with about 2,A00 troope, and on the eve of starting to join lien hoott. Thus we have here a combined force of about 7.WH) men, marching to join the commanding general. Other troops continued to arrive at Vera Cruz fml wnuiii ?? ?" * mo (iuB0<Hi?rn rvuic iut MMquartera. It waa reported that Sauta Anna had left the capital I for a few day* to recruit hid health, and to conault hla | ministers of war, fc.c. He waa generally unpopular, and even odious to the majority of the Mexican! ; and hitt life wan considered to bu in considerable danger. NAVAL.. Tii" U. S tribute l'otomao, Captain Aulick, seventeen days trout Vera Crux, anchored In Hampton Roada yea terday morniug The following la a lint of her offloers:? i -aptain, John 11 Aullrk: Lieutenant*, K. It. Thompaon. R. VV. Meade, J. 11. North, J. M Krai ley. aud A. Harrell, Cursor. T. ti Nalle; Surgeon, R. J. Dodd; Aaaiatant do , James Hamilton; Lieut Marine*, AdJlson Garland; I'aased Midshipman, W. II. itopklna and K M. 1 uyler. Midshipman, Jonea, A Mel.one. Hunter, and Smith I'aasengera, ( apt. BreT00rt. of the Marin* Corps, and Surgeon Miner On the 11th inst., off the Tortugat, spoke the IT. 8. fri gale Knrltan. hound tothia port. The U. 8. brig I'-rry. Commander Barron, arrived at i'enaacola on tb? 10th inat, eleven day* from Vera Crn? Left ai Vera Crust the U. S mihr. Klirt '1 he Perry waa xpeeted to sail about the iOth int-l lor Rio Janeiro via Madeira.?Norfolk tfuj.nn, July 31 IIai.tiDour. Jhly 'tU, 184V. The l>rm?cracy itlging Gen. Taylor??"frmy Nrwi Front arret Theatre?The Stork Hoard, h* 1'h* democracy of Maryland appear to be seizing on j*n Inylor thoir caiididiite for tbe l'-e- idency, with arnrh. Jainc* A St? i*art, K?q., one of Ihe muat promi- s .ieni rnudiJalea tor th? nomination fir Governor beforn I itiu recent D'Miiocratiu < onv?Qtlon h*a declared hla tutantiou to take the Held in the ftrat dirt riot a* un iniependent Taylor candidal*) tor Congre?a At a county con*< i.tion of ibe democrats cf llaifort. lv' I ...*t ? fir the purpose of nominating dele-gate. io u u>'i: .. couTtntlon re** lutiona were adopted ihcl.u.i.y ti nt eu Twylor'a rcrvlcea entitle i.iui to be raiatd to tbw .'leaiuency. and tur'bir, that the delegate* to the r? nTesR10n.ll LH HVKliliftn l? 1 ** m.v..m ?-j mvuuuiru vu tinil i or i.O imm tor' (iB|rnw who ?u not for (J?u Taylor for ihf l i ividamy rtiu ntiXl new# from linn Seolt'k uruiy i* liW* A r Willi nr. ill inti r* Ht. a? i< in .intl ipottd bi? hea?l < will ibeu be located in Die Halia of tha Moiiteauu a. \rcoiding lo tlm letter ol (Itnml liklbM, he vt to move onward* <;u or about tho 301 b ult . rturhinp: the cupllal. mill nikiUK pom-oeaian. ol course. about lllufllMr. burton o/im iliu (runt utieet theatre to-mono** evening, wltli an excellent ouuipany. lie kw> llailun.iy IVtry, .Mr*, ilurkn, anil a number of other due pn former*, ami with hi* low price* will doubilva* do u duv bu*iuew. Tlii Improvement* at the tnufcouui are progTciwiti^ finely ai d ii will bo ax good a thoairv na la Ue*liabl? when Itoliikcd 'f ho *ta|;< will be nearly as Urua a* that of.thu llolliday alrtwt theatre aud it will neat about tlftean hunuroJ. Thk mmiut.?TIm m?rk*i ?a? tit? dull vaaterdav I'll) u- ill- bill II ? till, III Hour, ind tho?e nii.uly miiiiiui id ill ground 11 $j. which i rim Imldria air UuWillinc 'o take Tin rr .re M.me aellern of \Vrattrii biauda. in cuudemned bai rein, at it Ui'j Kteali ground ?.ily Mill* la lirlil at $) Ml l'lu icceiptaof i'..hi a') very .mall Nothing dome in rorv I ini-ali it ta wiilmnl very apeilal demand Tbe rcceipra ol *r in of all de?. riptimia aie light, and )cry little doing Good II prime new nil w beat will bun* 1mm 91 centa t? $1 01. and vtb le tl a tl li Oat* M lo 37 rent*. K/e 6H a ?0 cai 'a A luskey dull, and nominal at 24 a JS cent*. Pruviaioaa and Kroceriea dull and ijuiet Mali a of 8lorka at Baltimore Jt'LT 21.?Slot a tlnaan ? tiuoil l'. 8. ?'?, '67,'tOt; M ab? H Ik I). IIabroad. 47S? United Mate* 6a, IK7 e naed at I0B a.knl, in:. , lnil; Slate >> (iei > ent? rimed at Mt aaktil. IB hidi | ity h |?r < enta, of IK<Hi, cloncd ai 101% aakv\T, 101 bid; Bait!" I .uore mil Ohio K iiltoay haira, il\ ukail, 47 hid. Sale* wf Siwki ul Barton. Kitlianr.r BniBti. July H?7 Wtnnu ICailroftd lllfc, 327 In rig lit *, I 45; It Old i'\ooy Kailroad I03\. Vt Kail Rieerdo 'II '4 10 do <MJ\ 10 i|>\ iiJOda. *5 , 2 Botton una Lowell Mini oad. blildt i30 Long lalai il do l(; 121 Nor and Wordo J/',; *5 do, bilhJ., i.iS . V, <V>. "Ida, M; 2i do 52%; 21 do, b)0d?. ll?f;5?dn.l#J0d*,MH; IOudo?3K; ft do, blOUa, 52H; flO.Wm (lending K-llrotd boudi, IIM. 7b??. At Ac< Tio'??f.2 We.irrn Railroad right* lUJll 46; 2 ah* UI).foil iiuil Lowell ltni'roni! 20 |ierct ml?; 5 Button and M inr lo 1714 pit rt ud?: l( Boaton Mid WorCMter do 21|*i r: adt , loTionton Branch do I2S per el ndr; 20 Vermont and Mum i hmei ? do I'M a 'J<>l4 ltr ah'. 20 du do aud ml, t*l, 50 Kaatarti dj, N II. UK l*r n nil*; 10 do, Mum, IIW | rr c( ad?; ?5 Huffolk luaiirancr to W<K ? 1)5 l>er ?h: 5J llo|>e do $79)< |* ?h. I W?rrru do ?UI per*h;5 Knglr Hark 2H |?r ct *dr; it Noibnn Mill L) un < '.(i J5fl |>? r nil; lllml h'aila .Mannf Co |i2l?, 12 Boaton andHuidwicMH ?a Co $?!*? - *l V; ?' Bo.r>ii Bank I'.t.Va i5 for 50; I Maatachnaat ? do i per el diae; 4? Hi*i?- do i>*\ ',1 tortlO; 13 Merrli nt? do $3H |?r ct ad?i$J?00 Norwich Cil* 6 per cl, |?jable llil, |W. ipi) THK PUBLIC?<Jit? my article* a trial aad jadre for 1 yoarjelrea. I warrant them all to be aa represented or the """'M K.flfLUSTRAL llAIR RKHTORATIVK Thu uwrcraally approved and admired article, tree from ill ardent apirita, i>ai grnt e**enl|ial oil, and other d**trurti?a materta'a, clrana the hair ri|>edlt\..u?ly, render* it baailtlfttllr urifc'ht. and imi?irt? to it the iluicate fragrance of Ihe flowera llair waibed wuh thi* <\l/aci *f>on hecomea pleaaiugljr *oft. tnd Inmriaat in ita growth, and it will poaitively bring in new :iair om bald lir*>U by ita u*e, and hair that ha* lieen made liarah mil i* turning i;ray or falling oat, hy the me of ?pmt or other nil r-|" I preparation*, will aoon lie re tored to it* uafural color mil l>nlliancT by a few apidtcation* of the Kan l.uatal It la a jne?tr*ati?e againat balduea*, and an infallible rare in all nflVcnoii* of the (km on the hrad, aa dandruff, and for pra**Bti. I lie tillniK off of thr liair and I u rn inv ITt) i.tiDMi'i ?Nature i* *n inethaoatiDle mine, in which n l>rrieiice .tnd atndv alwaya And room to ercaeare; it that # ?oiir' e aloue which piodncea all that man ralla invntioa and wh.ch In* Would .III Iwtter |>rrha|>a to name adaoutioa Kor <?|r by Jalra Maul, Chemiat and Perfumer, Philadelphia. Bold tliolraale and retail by A. B k D, BANDH, Draffiat*. 14* I- .1 t., Itreel ? uio r of William. Ilrnry Jolmaon. 7*1 Broad way; ? I >1' f'tiil <>l A. K Artault, 149 Broadway: J. B. Jtc iiacnmd, 4I.> Broadway, New York. Je>Mtar DAV't* tA'lijST llUHfc?*oi sale in hew York by the inventor andminulactarer. >1 Coartlaudt itntt, Jmiu R. Walter, IM Broadway; Joee|>h H. Ash, Ml Broadway; J. k ?. Iliilbin, 3 Dry street: W. k H. C. Chardaeoyne.m Char v atreet, Ucurt* * Howell, II Pa>k Row; Karr k Brim, 30 Rector atreet; rnrfe Fulton, jii Broadway; Knight k Rhodes, ?:i' Broadway; Thomaa Hanana,lM Broadway; Mil- , letfcC'oalrs I!(', (irfiid street; Charles Pitt k Ron, IT Third avenn^; Vithl. lawyer, J3? Bleeckerstreet: J. Oralt, 7 Broadway; J k J. Mtnert.ftM Broadway; J.P. Uitlnn.M4 B oadway: H. > . T.i.wln nine Jl? Water treat; MeKentte k O'Hare. ?41 B-oad ay; John llml.on, Union fcquare, corner fourteenth ?Uee J. ,*lieu. 101 Hiath avenue; Hamml Prvor, 8J4 Third i?r .ne, I Inmbeia; and D. tlodwnan. corner of Ma>d?n l. uie ?,d * ? i n ,.treet, and no where else iu the city of New I ori. je4 TOt re _ SHOUI.Di M BRACKS, and BODY BKLTH ?-Aaale'a Piennam Pateiit >.lattic Shoulder Bra^e, hi? ly recommended and patronised hi the most eminent au'teoi>s m ! this country, for children or adults wtyi are inclined to?tr*l> r art run id shunldeied, or affected spine tiersona with weak uera, or l?.|n m the cheit those of Consninptive rt aeilentary haatta <ir those eotiAued bv s"idy, or at she writinr J* mei will Ami tlinn an meulu h'earriele tohnce theaw m?' era, eapri d the cheat rbeleby irvi* a tree ??id valthy ac| to the In ea \1ecliaiim? and laliorera .> '! . ! hr--re Will lie able to d" nv?re work wuh let t?n ne as well v? U.pri'Ve ||>e !<>rm. To lie h\d wholesale a re ail at I aoa *. (gentlemen'a on ifittin* , P ,7fV* ! NB-Moi .npc-ior Bo.lv B-lt, or Abd. .mo- | i h??hl, ifHlnww'W